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Cinder (band)
Cinder is an alternative rock/alternative metal band, formed in 1999 when singer Roger Young and lead guitarist Kenny Craig began playing bars and clubs around the Southern Florida coastline and writing songs for album Soapy Tuna. It was at this time they picked up bassist Pat McGuire and drummer Brian Colbert and changed their name to Jesus Gun

Cinder (disambiguation)
Cinder refers to pyroclastic material.Cinder or Cinders may also refer to:*Ember, also called cinder*Cinder , framework for programming graphics, audio, video, networking, image processing and computational geometry

Cinder block
In the United States, a concrete masonry unit – also called concrete block, cement block, and foundation block – is a large rectangular brick used in construction. Concrete blocks are made from cast concrete, i.e. Portland cement and aggregate, usually sand and fine gravel for high-density blocks

Cinderella (1947 film)
Cinderella is a 1947 Soviet musical film by Lenfilm studios.It is a classical story about Cinderella, her evil Stepmother, and a Prince.-Cast:* Cinderella - Yanina Zheymo* Prince - Aleksei Konsovsky* King - Erast Garin

Cinderella (2006 film)
Cinderella is a 2006 South Korean horror film. It was directed by Bong Man-dae and starred Do Ji-won and Sin Se-kyeong-Profile:*Title: Cinderella

Cinderella (Filipino band)
Cinderella is a Filipino soft pop band that rose to prominence in the 1970s. It forms part of the genre called Manila Sound, together with bands such as VST and Company, Hotdog and The Boyfriends. Cinderella's most recognized single is "T.L. Ako Sa'yo"

Cinderella (Fitinhof-Schell)
Cinderella - ballet-féerie in 3 Acts, with choreography by Enrico Cecchetti and Lev Ivanov , with the production being supervised under the counsel and instruction of Marius Petipa. Music by Baron Boris Vietinghoff-Scheel

Cinderella (software)
Cinderella is a proprietary interactive geometry software, written in Java programming language.- History :Cinderella was initially developed by Jürgen Richter-Gebert and Henry Crapo and was used to input incidence theorems and conjectures for automatic theorem proving using the binomial proving method by Richter-Gebert

Cinders (film)
Cinders is a 1920 short film directed by Edward Laemmle and featuring Hoot Gibson.

- Music :*"Cindy", 1976 song written by Peter, Sue and Marc; also performed by The Cats*"Cindy", 2000 song by American rock band Tammany Hall NYC*"Cindy" , American folk song * Cindy , by Johnny Brandon

Cindy (musical)
Cindy is a musical with music and lyrics by Johnny Brandon, and a book by Joe Sauter and Mike Sawyer. It ran Off-Broadway at the Gate, Orpheum, and Cricket Theatres in 1964 and 1965. It is an adaption of the story of Cinderella

Cineaste can refer to:*A movie enthusiast; a cinephile.*A person involved in filmmaking.*Cineaste, a quarterly periodical about films.

Cinema may refer to:* Film, motion pictures or movies* Filmmaking, the process of making a film* Movie theater, a building in which films are shown* Cinema or Bommalattam, a Tamil film

Cinematographic (album)
Cinematographic is the third full-length album by the American emo band, The Junior Varsity. It was released by Victory Records in 2007, and has 12 tracks. "The Sky!" was released as the first single from the album. Kenny Vasoli contributes vocals to the song "Wunderdrug".- Track listing :

Cinephile may refer to:* Cinemaphile* Cinephile

Cinereous Tinamou
The Cinereous Tinamou Crypturellus cinereus is a type of ground bird found in swamp and lowland forests in northern South America. Cinereous Tinamou’s have been around for many centuries. They are part of the oldest families of the world today, and have fossils discovered dating back tens of millions of years

Cinnamon is a spice obtained from the inner bark of several trees from the genus Cinnamomum that is used in both sweet and savoury foods

Cinnamon-rumped Foliage-gleaner
The Cinnamon-rumped Foliage-gleaner is a species of bird in the Furnariidae family.It is found in Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Peru, Suriname, and Venezuela.

From the Latin quinque, Cinque carries the meaning of "five" in Italian.Cinque may refer to:In places:* Cinque Ports, five English ports making up the Confederation of the Cinque Ports

Cintura is the eighth album from the band Clã.Most songs were written by Hélder Gonçalves and Carlos Tê. Also participated in writing Arnaldo Antunes and Adolfo Luxúria Canibal

CIO is an acronym that may refer to: Organizations* Congress of Industrial Organizations, a former United States trade union federation that merged with the American Federation of Labor to form the AFL-CIO in 1955* Central Intelligence Organisation, the secret police in Zimbabwe* alternate acronym for the International Olympic

Cipher (band)
Cipher is an American hardcore punk, metalcore band that formed in 1996 in Long Beach, New York. Cipher's original line-up consisted of Moe Mitchell , Danny Bobis , Chris Fry and Krys Maniecki .- History :

Cipher (disambiguation)
Cipher can refer to:* An algorithm for performing encryption, including:** substitution ciphers** permutation ciphers* An English name for the number 0* Cipher, an evil Pokémon syndicate,* Cipher , a Marvel Comics X-Men character.

Cipro (Rome Metro)
Cipro is an underground station on Line A of the Rome Metro, inaugurated in 1999. The station is situated between via Cipro and via Angelo Emo.

CIR (gene)
Corepressor interacting with RBPJ 1 is a protein that in humans is encoded by the CIR1 gene.-Interactions:CIR has been shown to interact with SNW1.-Further reading:

Ciramadol is an opioid analgesic that was developed in the late 1970s and is related to tramadol, tapentadol and venlafaxine. It is a mixed agonist-antagonist for the μ-opioid receptor with relatively low abuse potential and a ceiling on respiratory depression which makes it a relatively safe drug

The constellation Circinus is a small constellation in the southern sky, first defined in the 18th century. Its name is Latin for compass, referring to the drafting tool used for drawing circles; it should not be confused with Pyxis, a constellation that represents a mariner's compass.-History:Circinus was introduced in the 18th century by Nicolas Louis de Lacaille, whose fascination

Circle (jazz band)
Circle was an avant garde jazz ensemble active in 1970 and 1971. The group arose from pianist Chick Corea's early 1970s trio with Dave Holland on bass and Barry Altschul on drums and percussion with the addition of Anthony Braxton in a leading role on several reed instruments

Circle (Kaela Kimura album)
Circle is the second album by Japanese pop singer Kaela Kimura, released on March 8, 2006.-Track listing:

Circle (Marques Houston song)
"Circle" is the third single from Marques Houston's third album Veteran. It reached #78 on the Billboard Hot 100.-External links:*

Circle of Friends (1995 film)
Circle of Friends is a 1995 film directed by Irish filmmaker Pat O'Connor and based on the novel of the same name written by Maeve Binchy.-Plot:

Circle of Friends (film)
Circle of Friends is a Lifetime Movie starring Julie Benz that aired on 28 August 2006.-Story:Maggie is a 30-year-old New York City career woman who returns to her hometown in Connecticut for a funeral of an old friend. There, she becomes reacquainted with three old high school friends, Joan, Susan, and Emily, as well as her old boyfriend Harry

Circles (All Time Low song)
"Circles" is the first single off the All Time Low album The Party Scene. It is their first ever released single with a music video and was recorded on the Emerald Moon Record Label.-Music video:

Circles (Berio)
Circles is a composition for female voice, harp and two percussionists by the Italian composer Luciano Berio. Written in 1960 Circles is a setting of three poems by E. E. Cummings.-Context of the composition:

Circles (Elkie Brooks album)
Circles is an album by Elkie Brooks.Recorded in 1995 in Brooks's home studio Woody Bay, the album was designed to reflect her love of stripped-down acoustic music and demo format songs.

Circles (Heroes & Zeros album)
Circles is an EP album by the indie rock group Heroes & Zeros, released on May 2006. All lyrics were written by Hans Jørgen Undelstvedt, all music by Hans Jørgen Undelstvedt, Lars Løberg Tofte, and Arne Kjelsrud Mathisen.-External links:* *

Circles (Incubus song)
"Circles" is the final single from Incubus's hit album, Morning View.

Circles (The Autumn Defense album)
Circles is the second album of The Autumn Defense, composed of multi-instrumentalists John Stirratt and Pat Sansone.-Track listing:# "Silence"# "The Sun in California"# "Written in the Snow"# "The Answer"# "The World "

A circlet is a crown with neither arches nor a cap .

Circular is a basic geometric shape such as a Circle.Circular may also refer to:-Documents:*Circular note, a document request by a bank to its foreign correspondents to pay a specified sum of money to a named person

Circular Letter (Interlingua)
The Circular Letter was an early Interlingua newsletter published from 1954 to 1965, when it was expanded and renamed Lingua e Vita. D. M. Hallowes, who became the Secretary of the British Interlingua Society , edited the publication. Issue 9, dated March 1956, printed a suggestion that a British Interlingua organization be formed:"Mr

Circulation may refer to:*Circulatory system, a biological organ system whose primary function is to move substances to and from cells*Circulation , the path integral of the fluid velocity around a closed curve

Circulus (zoology)
A circulus is a rarely occurring reptilian social group where there is interaction and personal exchange between individuals. Members will often protect and defend young - even if not of direct genetic linkage. "Circulus" is a Latin based term; one definition of the word is "a social gathering or circle company".Andrews,E.A; 1875

Male circumcision is the surgical removal of some or all of the foreskin from the penis. The word "circumcision" comes from Latin and .

Circumduction (anatomy)
In anatomy, circumduction means to move a limb in a circular manner.Circumduction is defined as the movement pattern which is a combination of flexion, extension, adduction and abduction. It occurs at synovial joints where a circle can be described by the body part

The circumference is the distance around a closed curve. Circumference is a special perimeter.-Circumference of a circle:The circumference of a circle is the length around it.

The circumflex is a diacritic used in the written forms of many languages, and is also commonly used in various romanization and transcription schemes. It received its English name from Latin circumflexus —a translation of the Greek περισπωμένη

Circumlocution is an ambiguous or roundabout figure of speech

The term circumpolar may refer to:* circumpolar navigation: to travel the world "vertically" traversing both of the poles* Antarctic region** Antarctic Circle** the Antarctic Circumpolar Current** Subantarctic** List of Antarctic and subantarctic islands

Circumscription is a non-monotonic logic created by John McCarthy to formalize the common sense assumption that things are as expected unless otherwise specified. Circumscription was later used by McCarthy in an attempt to solve the frame problem

Circumscription may refer to:* Circumscribed circle* Circumscription * Circumscription * Carneiro's Circumscription Theory a theory about the origins of the political state in the history of human evolution proposed by the American anthropologist Robert Carneiro.*Electoral district

- Legal terms :* Aggravating circumstance* Attendant circumstance, a legal concept which Black's Law Dictionary defines as the "facts surrounding an event."* Exigent circumstance* Extenuating circumstances- Films :

Circumstance (short story)
"Circumstance" is an allegorical short story written by American author Harriet Elizabeth Prescott Spofford as a periodical in The Atlantic Monthly in 1860. The story takes place in the woods of Maine following an unnamed protagonist who travels to return to home after caring for a sick neighbor

Circumstances (song)
"Circumstances" is the second track on progressive rock band Rush's 1978 album Hemispheres. Lyrically, it is an autobiographical account, written by Peart, about the time he spent living in England, and his eventual disillusionment with his then-current occupations.Musically, it's a hard-hitting rock song, complete with power-chords and riffs, similar to much of their early 70s

Circumstantial may refer to:*Circumstantial evidence, in law*Circumstantial thinking, in psychiatry and psychopathology*Circumstantial voice, in linguistics

A circus is commonly a travelling company of performers that may include clowns, acrobats, trained animals, trapeze acts, musicians, hoopers, tightrope walkers, jugglers, unicyclists and other stunt-oriented artists

Circus (company)
Circus is a Japanese visual novel studio known for creating adult-oriented bishōjo games. In addition to the normal Circus brand name, there are other brand divisions including Circus Northern, Circus Fetish, Circus Metal, and Sanctuary

Circus (Eraserheads album)
CiRcuS is the second studio album released by Filipino alternative rock group The Eraserheads in 1994. Hits from CiRcuS are "Alapaap", "Sembreak", "Kailan" , "Magasin", and "With A Smile"

Circus (FictionJunction YUUKA album)
-DVD:-External links:*Victor Animation Network: -References and notes:

Circus (TV series)
Circus is an Indian television series starring popular hindi actor of today, Shahrukh Khan when he was a newcomer, and Ashutosh Gowariker who has directed movies such as Jodha-Akbar, Swades, Lagaan, & Baazi.-Cast:

E & J Gallo Winery
E & J Gallo Winery was founded in 1933 by Ernest Gallo and Julio Gallo in Modesto, California. E & J Gallo Winery is the largest exporter of California wines and is a large promoter of wines from Sonoma County.-History:

E (mathematical constant)
The mathematical constant ' is the unique real number such that the value of the derivative of the function at the point is equal to 1. The function so defined is called the exponential function, and its inverse is the natural logarithm, or logarithm to base

E pluribus unum
E pluribus unum , Latin for "Out of many, one", is a phrase on the Seal of the United States, along with Annuit cœptis and Novus ordo seclorum, and adopted by an Act of Congress in 1782

E ticket
The phrase E ticket refers to an unusually interesting, thrilling or expensive experience. It derives from the admission ticket system used at Disneyland and Magic Kingdom theme parks before 1982, in which the E ticket admitted the bearer to the newest, most advanced, and/or most popular rides and attractions.-Origin:When

E-3 Sentry
The Boeing E-3 Sentry is an airborne warning and control system developed by Boeing as the prime contractor. Derived from the Boeing 707, it provides all-weather surveillance, command, control and communications, and is used by the United States Air Force , NATO, Royal Air Force , French Air Force and Royal Saudi Air Force

Electronic mail, commonly known as email or e-mail, is a method of exchanging digital messages from an author to one or more recipients. Modern email operates across the Internet or other computer networks. Some early email systems required that the author and the recipient both be online at the same time, in common with instant messaging

E-mail spam
Email spam, also known as junk email or unsolicited bulk email , is a subset of spam that involves nearly identical messages sent to numerous recipients by email. Definitions of spam usually include the aspects that email is unsolicited and sent in bulk. One subset of UBE is UCE

E-mail tracking
Email tracking is a method for monitoring the email delivery to intended recipient. Most tracking technologies utilize some form of digitally time-stamped record to reveal the exact time and date that your email was received or opened, as well the IP address of the recipient.Email tracking is useful when the sender wants to know if the intended recipient actually received the email, or

E-plane and H-plane
The E-plane and H-plane are reference planes for linearly polarized waveguides, antennas and other microwave devices.- E-Plane :For a linearly-polarized antenna, this is the plane containing the electric field vector and the direction of maximum radiation. The electric field or "E" plane determines the polarization or orientation of the radio wave

E. A. Wallis Budge
Sir Ernest Alfred Thompson Wallis Budge was an English Egyptologist, Orientalist, and philologist who worked for the British Museum and published numerous works on the ancient Near East.-Earlier life:

E. Annie Proulx
Edna Annie Proulx is an American journalist and author. Her second novel, The Shipping News , won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction and the National Book Award for fiction in 1994, and was made into a film in 2001

E. B. White
Elwyn Brooks White , usually known as E. B. White, was an American writer. A long-time contributor to The New Yorker magazine, he also wrote many famous books for both adults and children, such as the popular Charlotte's Web and Stuart Little, and co-authored a widely used writing guide, The Elements of Style, popularly known by its

E. E. Cummings
Edward Estlin Cummings , popularly known as E. E. Cummings, with the abbreviated form of his name often written by others in lowercase letters as e.e. cummings , was an American poet, painter, essayist, author, and playwright

E. Power Biggs
Edward George Power Biggs , more familiarly known as E. Power Biggs, was a British-born American concert organist and recording artist.-Biography:

E. Remington and Sons
E. Remington and Sons was a manufacturer of firearms and typewriters. Founded in 1816 by Eliphalet Remington in Ilion, New York, on March 1, 1873 it started manufacturing the first commercial typewriter.-Becoming "E. Remington & Sons":

E. San Juan, Jr.
Epifanio San Juan, Jr., also known as E. San Juan, Jr. , is a known Filipino American literary academic, mentor, cultural reviewer, civic intellectual, activist, writer, essayist, video/film maker, editor, and poet whose works related to the Filipino Diaspora in English and Filipino languages have been translated into

E. W. Bullinger
Ethelbert William Bullinger AKC was an Anglican clergyman, Biblical scholar, and ultradispensationalist theologian.-Life and work:

E.T.A. Hoffmann
Ernst Theodor Wilhelm Hoffmann , better known by his pen name E.T.A. Hoffmann , was a German Romantic author of fantasy and horror, a jurist, composer, music critic, draftsman and caricaturist is the fifth terrestrial television channel in South Africa, following three channels operated by the state-owned South African Broadcasting Corporation and the privately owned subscription-funded M-Net, operated by Multichoice

E1cB elimination reaction
The E1cB elimination reaction is a special type of elimination reaction in organic chemistry. This reaction mechanism explains the formation of alkenes from alkyl halides through a carbanion intermediate given specified reaction conditions and specified substrates. The abbreviation stands for Elimination Unimolecular conjugate Base

Eadie-Hofstee diagram
In biochemistry, an Eadie–Hofstee diagram is a graphical representation of enzyme kinetics in which reaction velocity is plotted as a function of the velocity vs

Eagles are members of the bird family Accipitridae, and belong to several genera which are not necessarily closely related to each other. Most of the more than 60 species occur in Eurasia and Africa. Outside this area, just two species can be found in the United States and Canada, nine more in Central and South America, and three in Australia

Eagle (comic)
Eagle was a seminal British children's comic, first published from 1950 to 1969, and then in a relaunched format from 1982 to 1994. It was founded by Marcus Morris, an Anglican vicar from Lancashire. Morris edited a parish magazine called The Anvil, but felt that the church was not communicating its message effectively

Eagle Mountain, Utah
Eagle Mountain is a city in Utah County, Utah, United States. It is part of the Provo–Orem, Utah Metropolitan Statistical Area. The city is located to the west of the Lake Mountains, which are west of Utah Lake. It was incorporated December 3, 1996 and has been rapidly growing ever since. The population was 21,415 at the 2010 census

Eagle Mountain-Saginaw Independent School District
The Eagle Mountain-Saginaw Independent School District is located in the northwest corner of Tarrant County, Texas and includes of land in Saginaw, Eagle Mountain, Blue Mound and several housing additions in the City of Fort Worth, near Eagle Mountain Lake

Eagle Nebula
The Eagle Nebula is a young open cluster of stars in the constellation Serpens, discovered by Jean-Philippe de Cheseaux in 1745-46. Its name derives from its shape which is resemblant of an eagle

Eagle ray
The eagle rays are a group of cartilaginous fishes in the family Myliobatidae, consisting mostly of large species living in the open ocean rather than on the sea bottom.

Eagle Summit
The Eagle Summit was a subcompact car produced by Mitsubishi Motors from 1989 to 1996. It was sold as a captive import by the Jeep-Eagle sales division that was created after Chrysler Corporation purchased American Motors Corporation in 1987

Eagle Vision
The Eagle Vision was a full-size, front-wheel drive sedan, marketed as a sports version of the Chrysler LH platform, produced from 1993-1997. It was sold by the Eagle division of the Chrysler Corporation, replacing the AMC/Renault-designed Eagle Premier

Eagle, Alaska
Eagle is a city located along the United States-Canada border in the Southeast Fairbanks Census Area, Alaska, United States. It includes Eagle Historic District, a U.S. National Historic Landmark. The population was 129 at the 2000 census

The Eagles are an American rock band formed in Los Angeles, California in 1971 by Glenn Frey, Don Henley, Bernie Leadon, and Randy Meisner.With five number one singles, six Grammys, five American Music Awards, and six number one albums, the Eagles were one of the most successful musical acts of the 1970s

Ealing is a suburban area of west London, England and the administrative centre of the London Borough of Ealing. It is located west of Charing Cross and around from the City of London. It is one of the major metropolitan centres identified in the London Plan. It was historically a rural village in the county of Middlesex and formed an ancient parish

Eames Lounge Chair
The Eames Lounge Chair and ottoman, correctly titled Eames Lounge and Ottoman , were released in 1956 after years of development by designers Charles and Ray Eames for the Herman Miller furniture company. It was the first chair the Eameses designed for a high-end market. These furnishings are made of molded plywood and leather

Éamon de Valera
Éamon de Valera was one of the dominant political figures in twentieth century Ireland, serving as head of government of the Irish Free State and head of government and head of state of Ireland

Eamonn Andrews
Eamonn Andrews, CBE , was an Irish television presenter based in the United Kingdom.-Life and career:

The ear is the organ that detects sound. It not only receives sound, but also aids in balance and body position. The ear is part of the auditory system.

Ear mite
Ear mites are mites that live in the ears of animals. The most commonly seen species is Otodectes cynotis .-Contagion:

Earl Haig Secondary School
Earl Haig Secondary School is a public high school with a student body of about 2,300 students in Willowdale, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The school's principal is Renata Gonsalves.-History:

Earl Hancock Ellis
Lieutenant Colonel Earl Hancock "Pete" Ellis was a United States Marine Corps Intelligence Officer, and author of , which became the basis for the American campaign of amphibious assault that defeated the Japanese in World War II

Earl Long
Earl Kemp Long was an American politician and the 45th Governor of Louisiana for three non-consecutive terms. Long termed himself the "last of the red hot poppas" of politics, referring to his stump-speaking skills

Earl Manigault
Earl Manigault was a famous American street basketball player nicknamed "The Goat."-Early life and career:

Earl of Minto
Earl of Minto, in the County of Roxburgh, is a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom. It was created in 1813 for Gilbert Elliot-Murray-Kynynmound, 1st Baron Minto. The family descends from the politician and judge Gilbert Elliot, who served as a Lord of Session under the judicial title of Lord Minto

Earl Robinson
Earl Hawley Robinson was a singer-songwriter and composer from Seattle, Washington. Robinson is probably as well remembered for his left-leaning political views as he is for his music, including the songs "Joe Hill", "Black and White", and the cantata "Ballad for Americans"

Earle Dickson
Earle Dickson was an American inventor best known for creating Band-Aid® brand adhesive bandages.Dickson was a cotton buyer at the Johnson & Johnson company. His wife, Josephine Knight, often cut herself while doing housework and cooking. Dickson found that the gauze stuck to a wound with tape didn't stay on her active fingers

Earle Hagen
Earle Harry Hagen was an American composer who created music for movies and television. He is remembered for co-writing and whistling "The Fishin' Hole", the melody of the main theme to The Andy Griffith Show, the instrumental classic "Harlem Nocturne" used as the theme to television's Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer, and co-wrote the theme song to Tim

Earls (restaurant chain)
Earls Leroy Earl Fuller's pride and joy is a casual dining restaurant chain that operates in Western Canada as well as Arizona, Washington and Colorado in the United States, and recently in Mississauga, Ontario. Earls has approximately 50 locations and their head office in North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Early childhood education
Early childhood education is the formal teaching and care of young children by people other than their family or in settings outside of the home. 'Early childhood' is usually defined as before the age of normal schooling - five years in most nations, though the U.S

Early Effect
The Early effect is the variation in the width of the base in a bipolar junction transistor due to a variation in the applied base-to-collector voltage, named after its discoverer James M. Early

Early Learning Centre
The Early Learning Centre is a British chain of shops selling toys for very young children.-History:Originally set up as a mail order company in 1974 and was always based near Swindon; by 1980 it had ten shops; and it has grown to include 215 shops in the UK and over 80 in 19 other countries such as Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, Canada and Australia

Early medieval European dress
Early medieval European dress changed very gradually from about 400 to 1100. The main feature of the period was the meeting of late Roman costume with that of the invading peoples who moved into Europe over this period

Early Middle Ages
The Early Middle Ages was the period of European history lasting from the 5th century to approximately 1000. The Early Middle Ages followed the decline of the Western Roman Empire and preceded the High Middle Ages

Early modern Europe
Early modern Europe is the term used by historians to refer to a period in the history of Europe which spanned the centuries between the end of the Middle Ages and the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, roughly the late 15th century to the late 18th century

Early Netherlandish painting
Early Netherlandish painting refers to the work of artists active in the Low Countries during the 15th- and early 16th-century Northern renaissance, especially in the flourishing Burgundian cities of Bruges and Ghent

Early Nigerian history
Early Nigerian history relates to the period of history in Nigeria prior to the common era. Recent archaeological research has shown that people were already living in Nigeria as early as 9000 BC and perhaps earlier at Ugwuelle-Uturu in south-eastern Nigeria

Early United States commemorative coins
The Early United States commemorative coins traditionally begins with the 1892 Colombian Half dollar and extends through the 1954 Booker T. Washington issue. The profits from the sale of commemorative coins was often used to fund a specific project

Earmuffs are objects designed to cover a person's ears for protection. They consist of a thermoplastic or metal head-band, that fits over the top of the head, and a pad at each end, to cover the external ears.

Earned income tax credit
The United States federal earned income tax credit or earned income credit is a refundable tax credit primarily for individuals and families who have low to moderate earned income. Greater tax credit is given to those who also have qualifying children

Earth is the third planet from the Sun, and the densest and fifth-largest of the eight planets in the Solar System. It is also the largest of the Solar System's four terrestrial planets

Earth (classical element)
Earth, home and origin of humanity, has often been worshipped in its own right with its own unique spiritual tradition.-European tradition:Earth is one of the four classical elements in ancient Greek philosophy and science. It was commonly associated with qualities of heaviness, matter and the terrestrial world

Earth Abides
Earth Abides is a 1949 post-apocalyptic science fiction novel by American writer George R. Stewart. It tells the story of the fall of civilization from deadly disease and its rebirth. Beginning in the United States in the 1940s, it deals with Isherwood "Ish" Williams, Emma, and the community they founded

Earth cooling tubes
A ground-coupled heat exchanger is an underground heat exchanger loop that can capture or dissipate heat to or from the ground. They use the Earth's near constant subterranean temperature to warm or cool air or other fluids for residential, agricultural or industrial uses

Earth Eternal
Earth Eternal is a graphical massively multiplayer online role-playing game currently in open beta that was created by Sparkplay Media, and soon to be re-published by Sankando. It was first announced on January 10, 2007, and was released for Open Beta on Oct. 7, 2009. It is free to play with additional pay for bonuses

Earth science
Earth science is an all-embracing term for the sciences related to the planet Earth. It is arguably a special case in planetary science, the Earth being the only known life-bearing planet. There are both reductionist and holistic approaches to Earth sciences

Earth Song
"Earth Song" is the third single from Michael Jackson's album HIStory: Past, Present and Future, Book I. It is the fifth song on the second disc of the album. It is a ballad that incorporates elements of blues, gospel and opera. Jackson had a long-standing history of releasing socially conscious material such as "We Are the World", "Man in the Mirror" and "Heal the World"

Earth's atmosphere
The atmosphere of Earth is a layer of gases surrounding the planet Earth that is retained by Earth's gravity. The atmosphere protects life on Earth by absorbing ultraviolet solar radiation, warming the surface through heat retention , and reducing temperature extremes between day and night .Atmospheric stratification describes

Earthbag construction
Earthbag construction is an inexpensive method to create structures which are both strong and can be quickly built. It is a natural building technique that evolved from historic military bunker construction techniques and temporary flood-control dike building methods

Earthenware is a common ceramic material, which is used extensively for pottery tableware and decorative objects.-Types of earthenware:Although body formulations vary between countries and even between individual makers, a generic composition is 25% ball clay, 28% kaolin, 32% quartz, and 15% feldspar. Earthenware is one of the oldest materials used in pottery

Earthing system
In electricity supply systems, an earthing system defines the electrical potential of the conductors relative to the Earth's conductive surface. The choice of earthing system can affect the safety and electromagnetic compatibility of the power supply, and regulations can vary considerably among countries. Most electrical systems connect one supply conductor to earth

An earthquake is the result of a sudden release of energy in the Earth's crust that creates seismic waves. The seismicity, seismism or seismic activity of an area refers to the frequency, type and size of earthquakes experienced over a period of time

Earthquake engineering
Earthquake engineering is the scientific field concerned with protecting society, the natural and the man-made environment from earthquakes by limiting the seismic risk to socio-economically acceptable levels