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Clear (song)
"Clear" is a 1983 Electro song performed by the American group Cybotron, and composed by Cybotron members Juan Atkins and Richard Davis.- Sampled versions :

Clear (Unix)
' is a standard Unix computer operating system command which is used to clear the screen.Depending on the system, clear uses the terminfo or termcap database, as well as looking into the environment for the terminal type in order to deduce how to clear the screen. The Unix command clear takes no arguments and is roughly analogous to the MS-DOS command cls.-External links:*

Clear (visual novel)
is an adult Japanese visual novel developed by Moonstone which was released on August 24, 2007 playable on the PC as a DVD. An all ages version of Clear, published by Sweets, was released on February 19, 2009 for the PlayStation 2. Clear is Moonstone's sixth game; Moonstone has also developed Gift

Clear Blue Water
Clear Blue Water is an American comic strip written by Karen Montague-Reyes, formerly in print syndication to newspapers and now a webcomic. The phrase "clear blue water" in this case comes from the world of politics

Clear the Air
Clear the Air may refer to:*Clear the Air *Clear the Air

Clear the Air (Hong Kong)
Clear The Air is a voluntary organisation aiming at reducing air pollution in Hong Kong. It was founded on 10 December 1997 as a Society under the Societies Ordinance . It is self-sustained and is supported by individual membership fees and member donations.爭氣 means "fighting for air" and "living up to others' expectations"

Clear-Air Turbulence
Clear air turbulence is the turbulent movement of air masses in the absence of any visual cues such as clouds, and is caused when bodies of air moving at widely different speeds meet.

Clear-Cut (comics)
Clear-Cut is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics Universe. First appearing in X-Force 62, he was an undercover agent, feigning a partnership with Shinobi Shaw.

Clearance
A clearance can refer to:* in chess, A positional move, where a player moves a piece occupying a certain square away, replacing it with an allied piece that will strengthen the player's position.

Clearing
Clearing may refer to:* Glade , a tract of land with few or no trees in the middle of a wooded area* Deforestation, the clearing away of trees to make farmland* Clearing , the process of settling a transaction after committing to it

Clearing (album)
Clearing is a guitar solo album by English guitarist, composer and improvisor Fred Frith. It was Frith's first solo guitar recording since Live in Japan and his first solo guitar studio recording since his landmark 1974 album Guitar Solos.

Clearing house
Clearing house may refer to:* Clearing house * Clearinghouse * Clearing House , an EU intelligence body* Clearing House, California* Railway Clearing House* A computer reservations system for an airline* Publishers Clearing House

Clearing House (EU)
Clearing House is an obscure working group in the European Union established after the September 11, 2001 attacks. It is composed of national security services under the Common Foreign and Security Policy who meet regularly in Brussels on counter-terrorism matters.Its primarily roles are to agree which groups go on the EU's black list of terrorist groups and have their financial

Clearinghouse (GIS)
A clearinghouse in GIS is a repository structure, physical or virtual, that collects, stores, and disseminates information, metadata, and data. A clearinghouse provides widespread access to information and is generally thought of as reaching or existing outside organizational boundaries.

Cleat
Cleat may refer to:* Cleat , a type or part of a shoe* Cleat , a fitting on ships, boats, and docks to which ropes are tied* Cleats , a comic strip by Bill Hinds

Cleat (shoe)
Cleats or studs are protrusions on the sole of a shoe, or on an external attachment to a shoe, that provide additional traction on a soft or slippery surface

Cleats (comic strip)
Cleats is a comic strip by Bill Hinds. Cleats features a group of young kids, coaches, and their parents as they deal with the day-to-day trials and tribulations of being on a soccer team

Cleavage
Cleavage may refer to:*Cleavage , partial exposure of the separation between a woman's breasts.**Cleavage enhancement, methods of making a person's breast cleavage look more substantial than it really is.

Cleavage (geology)
This article is about rock cleavage, for cleavage in minerals see Cleavage Cleavage, in structural geology and petrology, describes a type of planar rock feature that develops as a result of deformation and metamorphism. The degree of deformation and metamorphism along with rock type determines the kind of cleavage feature that develops

Cleavage (politics)
Cleavage in political science is a concept used in voting analysis and is the division of voters into voting blocs.The preliminary assumption is that voters don’t come in predefined groups of pros and cons for or against a certain subject. Ballot analysis assumes that voters opt for a certain party, or decide for the solution or option that comes closest to their own position

Cleave
Cleave may refer to:*Cleave , a controlled break in optical fiber*RAF Cleave, airbase in Cornwall, England, 1939-1945-People with surname Cleave:*Chris Cleave , British journalist*Egbert Cleave , American author

Cleaver
-Implement or device:*Cleaver is a type of large knife*Cleaver is a type of prehistoric stone tool*Cleaver is a propeller design, esp

Cleaver (geometry)
In geometry, a cleaver of a triangle is a line segment that bisects the perimeter of the triangle and has one endpoint at the midpoint of one of the three sides.* Each cleaver is parallel to one of the angle bisectors of the triangle.

Cleaver (propeller)
A Cleaver is a type of propeller design especially used for boat racing. Its leading edge is formed round, while the trailing edge is cut straight

Clef
A clef is a musical symbol used to indicate the pitch of written notes. Placed on one of the lines at the beginning of the staff, it indicates the name and pitch of the notes on that line. This line serves as a reference point by which the names of the notes on any other line or space of the staff may be determined

Cleft
Cleft lip and cleft palate , which can also occur together as cleft lip and palate, are variations of a type of clefting congenital deformity caused by abnormal facial development during gestation. A cleft is a fissure or opening—a gap. It is the non-fusion of the body's natural structures that form before birth

Clegg
-Clegg as a surname:Clegg is a surname, and could refer to one of the following:* Alec Clegg, an English educationalist* Barbara Clegg, a British actor* Brian Clegg, an English author* Charles Clegg, an American author* Don Clegg, an English footballer

Cleistogamy
Cleistogamy or automatic self-pollination describes the trait of certain plants to propagate by using non-opening, self-pollinating flowers

Clem (disambiguation)
Clem is a minor Buffy the Vampire Slayer character.Clem may also refer to:* Clem , an American Thoroughbred racehorsePeople with the given name Clem:* Clem Beauchamp , American film actor

Clemens
Clemens is a Late Latin masculine name meaning "merciful". Clemens may refer to:People - family name* Andrew Clemens , American folk artist* Barry Clemens , American basketball player

Clement
Clement is an English name, a form of the Late Latin name Clemens. Clément is a French form of the same name. Clement or Clément may refer to:- Companies :* Clément , limited British automobile manufacturer or importer.

Clementina
-People:*Clementina , Bobbie Wickham's cousin in the Jeeves series*Clementina Sobieski, wife of James Francis Edward Stuart-Literature:

Clementina (character)
In the Jeeves novels, Clementina is Bobbie Wickham's cousin. When Bertie Wooster is returning her to her room in Miss Mapleton's school after she sneaked out to see her elder cousin play in the South Hertfordshire Women's Tennis Championship, he is caught by the headmistress.

Clementine
A clementine is a variety of mandarin orange , so named in 1902. The exterior is a deep orange colour with a smooth, glossy appearance. Clementines can be separated into seven to fourteen segments. They tend to be very easy to peel, like a tangerine, but are almost always seedless

Clementine (film)
Clementine is a 2004 South-Korean/American action/drama film, directed by Kim De-yeong. In this film actor Steven Seagal plays a 10-minute role as "cage fight champion" Jack Miller. The film is about Kim, a Taekwondo champion who decides to give up his fighting career for good in order to take care of his daughter Sa Rang

Clementine (French satellite)
Clementine is a small satellite built by Surrey Space Technology Limited for the French DGA, ostensibly "to study the Earth's radio-electrical environment from space."It is a successor to the Cerise satellite.-References:

Clementine (Mark Owen song)
"Clementine" is the second single released from Take That band member Mark Owen's debut solo album, Green Man. The single was released on February 1, 1997. The single peaked at #3 on the UK Singles Chart, making it the joint-most successful single of his entire solo career

Clench
Clench may refer to:In persons:*Andrew Clench* Ralfe Clench , Canadian political figure* Jim Clench , former member of the bands April Wine and Bachman–Turner Overdrive* William J

Cleopatra (1962 novel)
Cleopatra is a novel written by Jeffrey K. Gardner, first published in 1962. with a cover painted by Robert Abbett.The book is about Cleopatra, ruler of Egypt. It explores her secret life and many loves, including Julius Caesar, Emperor of Rome, and Mark Antony, one of Caesar's supporters

Cleopatra (1970 film)
is a 1970 Japanese anime film directed by Osamu Tezuka and Eiichi Yamamoto. When the film was released in the United States, American distributors changed the title to Cleopatra: Queen of Sex and released it with a self-applied X rating in an attempt to repeat the success of Fritz the Cat

Cleopatra (2003 film)
Cleopatra is a 2003 Argentine film directed by Eduardo Mignogna and starring Norma Aleandro, Natalia Oreiro, Leonardo Sbaraglia and Héctor Alterio

Cleopatra (2005 film)
Cleopatra is a South Indian Tamil film released in 2005.Music scored by Deva.- Soundtracks :Aalilla Kattukulla Engeyum Eppothum Hey Unnai Paartha Padava Padava

Cleopatra (character of Rome)
Cleopatra is a character from the HBO/BBC original television series Rome, played by Lyndsey Marshal from October 16, 2005 through March 25, 2007. The basis for this character is the famous historical Egyptian Queen Cleopatra VII.-Personality:

Cleopatra (crater)
Cleopatra is an impact crater on Venus.Cleopatra is a double-ring impact basin about in diameter and deep. A steep-walled, winding channel a few kilometers wide breaks through the rough terrain surrounding the crater rim. A large amount of lava originating in Cleopatra flowed through this channel and filled valleys in Fortuna Tessera

Cleopatra (Soundtrack 1963)
-Releases:The soundtrack of Cleopatra was released in two different versions at two different times. The following are the versions:-* In 1997 an album was released known as 1997 Tsunami Album which contained selected tracks and not representing the tracks heard in the movie.* 2001 Varèse Sarabande Album is farmost the most popular soundtrack of cleopatra

Clepsydra
Clepsydra may refer to:*Clepsydra , the Greek word for water clock. Also, in ancient Greece, a device for drawing liquids from vats too large to pour, which utilized the principles of air pressure to transport the liquid from one container to another.* Clepsydra Geyser in the Lower Geyser Basin of Yellowstone*Clepsydra, a genus of protistsFrom John

Clerestory
Clerestory is an architectural term that historically denoted an upper level of a Roman basilica or of the nave of a Romanesque or Gothic church, the walls of which rise above the rooflines of the lower aisles and are pierced with windows. In modern usage, clerestory refers to any high windows above eye level

Clergy
Clergy is the generic term used to describe the formal religious leadership within a given religion. A clergyman, churchman or cleric is a member of the clergy, especially one who is a priest, preacher, pastor, or other religious professional.

Clerical collar
A clerical collar is an item of Christian clerical clothing. It is a detachable collar that buttons onto a clergy shirt or rabbat , being fastened by two metal studs, one attached at the front and one at the back to hold the collar to the shirt. The collar closes at the back of the neck, presenting a seamless front

Clerihew
A clerihew is a whimsical, four-line biographical poem invented by Edmund Clerihew Bentley. One of his best known is this :* It is biographical and usually whimsical, showing the subject from an unusual point of view; it pokes fun at mostly famous people

Clerk
Clerk, the vocational title, commonly refers to a white-collar worker who conducts general office or, in some instances, sales tasks. It is also occasionally used to refer to third-year medical students completing a medical clerkship. The responsibilities of clerical workers commonly include record keeping, filing, staffing service counters and other administrative tasks

Clerk (municipal official)
A clerk is a senior official of many municipal governments in the English-speaking world. In some communities, the position is elected, but in many others, the clerk is appointed to their post

Clerks
Clerks is a 1994 independent comedy film written and directed by Kevin Smith, who also appears in the film as Silent Bob. Starring Brian O'Halloran as Dante Hicks and Jeff Anderson as Randal Graves, it presents a day in the lives of two store clerks and their acquaintances

Clerks (soundtrack)
Clerks is the 1994 soundtrack album to the film of the same name. The soundtrack features alternative rock songs performed by various artists, as well as audio clips from the film. Famously, the cost of licensing the songs on the soundtrack cost more than the film cost to make.-Track listing:

Clerkship
Clerkship may refer to:Medicine* Clinical clerkship - a period of medical education in which students – practice medicine under the supervision of a health practitioner.

Cleveland (European Parliament constituency)
Cleveland was a European Parliament constituency covering Cleveland and parts of North Yorkshire in England.Prior to its uniform adoption of proportional representation in 1999, the United Kingdom used first-past-the-post for the European elections in England, Scotland and Wales

Clever
Clever was a short-lived Australian television series hosted by Georgie Parker which aired Sunday nights at 6.30pm on the Nine Network. The show was a quiz show that featured science and technology based questions and in studio experiments.It was canceled due to lack of ratings after only five episodes

CLEVER
The CLEVER is a type of tilting three-wheeled car that was developed at the University of Bath

Clever
Clever may refer to:*Charles P. Clever , a Delegate from the Territory of New Mexico*Todd Clever , American rugby union player*Clever Ikisikpo, Nigerian politician*Clever, Missouri, a city

Clews
Clews may refer to:* Clew, a part of a sail*Clews Competition Motorcycles, a British motorcycle manufacturer- People :*Benj Clews, founder of the website Four Word Film Review*Charles Clews , Maltese comedian

CLG
CLG could refer to:* Colonel Light Gardens; a suburb in Adelaide, South Australia.* Company limited by guarantee, a type of corporation in British and Irish company law

CLI
-Computing:* Command-line interface, sending commands to a computer by text typed into a command-line interpreter .* Call Level Interface, an SQL database management API

Click
-Computing:* Point-and-click, a gesture made with a computer input device such as a mouse* Apache Click, a web application framework* Klik, a computer programming method* Clik!, a disk drive-Film and television:

Click (2010 film)
Click is a 2010 Hindi horror film starring Shreyas Talpade. Critics such as Taran Adarsh noted the film's similarity to the 2004 Thai horror film Shutter.-Plot:

Click (Philippine TV series)
Click was a teen/youth dramedy show produced and aired in the Philippines from 1999 to 2004 that was platform to the launch of current top young actors

Clickable
A clickable is any active area in a graphical user interface for a game or application that can be triggered or activated by the user, usually by a click of a mouse. This is the primary method of user interaction. The number of clickables is roughly proportional to the complexity of game play and the software itself

Client
Client may refer to:* Customer, someone who purchases or hires something from someone else* Client , software that accesses a remote service on another computer* The client who received patronage in ancient Rome

Edith Bouvier Beale
Edith Bouvier Beale was an American socialite, fashion model and cabaret performer. She was a first cousin of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and Lee Radziwill

Edith Cavell
Edith Louisa Cavell was a British nurse and spy. She is celebrated for saving the lives of soldiers from all sides without distinction and in helping some 200 Allied soldiers escape from German-occupied Belgium during World War I, for which she was arrested

Edith Cowan University
Edith Cowan University is located in Perth, Western Australia. It was named after the first woman to be elected to an Australian Parliament, Edith Cowan, and is the only Australian university named after a woman.

Edith Frank-Holländer
Edith Frank was the mother of Holocaust diarist Anne Frank.-Early life:Edith was the youngest of four children, having been born into a German-Jewish family in Aachen, Germany

Edith Stein
Saint Teresia Benedicta of the Cross, sometimes also known as Saint Edith Stein , was a German Roman Catholic philosopher and nun, regarded as a martyr and saint of the Roman Catholic Church

Edith Thompson and Frederick Bywaters
Edith Jessie Thompson and Frederick Edward Francis Bywaters were a British couple who were executed for the murder of Thompson’s husband Percy

Edith Wharton
Edith Wharton , was a Pulitzer Prize-winning American novelist, short story writer, and designer.- Early life and marriage:

Editing
Editing is the process of selecting and preparing written, visual, audible, and film media used to convey information through the processes of correction, condensation, organization, and other modifications performed with an intention of producing a correct, consistent, accurate, and complete work.The editing process often begins with the author's idea for the work itself, continuing

Editorial
An opinion piece is an article, published in a newspaper or magazine, that mainly reflects the author's opinion about the subject. Opinion pieces are featured in many periodicals.-Editorials:

Edmond Halley
Edmond Halley FRS was an English astronomer, geophysicist, mathematician, meteorologist, and physicist who is best known for computing the orbit of the eponymous Halley's Comet. He was the second Astronomer Royal in Britain, following in the footsteps of John Flamsteed.-Biography and career:Halley was born in Haggerston, Shoreditch, England

Edmond Locard
Dr. Edmond Locard was a pioneer in forensic science who became known as the Sherlock Holmes of France. He formulated the basic principle of forensic science: "Every contact leaves a trace"

Edmond Rostand
Edmond Eugène Alexis Rostand was a French poet and dramatist. He is associated with neo-romanticism, and is best known for his play Cyrano de Bergerac. Rostand's romantic plays provided an alternative to the naturalistic theatre popular during the late nineteenth century

Edmonia Lewis
Mary Edmonia Lewis was the first African American and Native American woman to gain fame and recognition as a sculptor in the international fine arts world

Edmonton
Edmonton is the capital of the Canadian province of Alberta and is the province's second-largest city. Edmonton is located on the North Saskatchewan River and is the centre of the Edmonton Capital Region, which is surrounded by the central region of the province.The city and its census metropolitan area had populations of 730,372 and 1,034,945 as of the 2006 Census respectively, making

Edmonton Eskimos
The Edmonton Eskimos are a Canadian football team based in Edmonton, Alberta. They currently play in the West Division of the Canadian Football League . Edmonton is currently the third-youngest franchise in the CFL, although there were clubs with the name Edmonton Eskimos as early as 1895

Edmonton Symphony Orchestra
As the professional orchestra of Alberta's creative capital city, the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra presents over 85 concerts a year of symphonic music in all genres, from classical to country

Edmonton, London
Edmonton is an area in the east of the London Borough of Enfield, England, north-north-east of Charing Cross. It has a long history as a settlement distinct from Enfield.-Location:

Edmontosaurus
Edmontosaurus is a genus of crestless hadrosaurid dinosaur. It contains two species: Edmontosaurus regalis and Edmontosaurus annectens. Fossils of E. regalis have been found in rocks of western North America that date from the late Campanian stage of the Cretaceous Period 73 million years ago, while those of E

Edmund Allenby, 1st Viscount Allenby
Field Marshal Edmund Henry Hynman Allenby, 1st Viscount Allenby GCB, GCMG, GCVO was a British soldier and administrator most famous for his role during the First World War, in which he led the Egyptian Expeditionary Force in the conquest of Palestine and Syria in 1917 and 1918.Allenby, nicknamed the "Bloody Bull", was characterized by Archibald

Edmund Arrowsmith
Saint Edmund Arrowsmith SJ is one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales. The main source of information on St Edmund is a contemporary account written by an eyewitness and published a short time after his death

Edmund Beaufort, 4th Duke of Somerset
Edmund Beaufort, 4th Duke of Somerset, 6th Earl of Somerset, 3rd Marquess of Dorset, 3rd Earl of Dorset was an English nobleman and military commander during the Wars of the Roses.

Edmund Berry Godfrey
Sir Edmund Berry Godfrey was an English magistrate whose mysterious death caused anti-Catholic uproar in England

Edmund Blunden
Edmund Charles Blunden, MC was an English poet, author and critic. Like his friend Siegfried Sassoon, he wrote of his experiences in World War I in both verse and prose. For most of his career, Blunden was also a reviewer for English publications and an academic in Tokyo and later Hong Kong

Edmund Burke
Edmund Burke PC was an Irish statesman, author, orator, political theorist and philosopher who, after moving to England, served for many years in the House of Commons of Great Britain as a member of the Whig party.

Edmund Clerihew Bentley
E. C. Bentley was a popular English novelist and humorist of the early twentieth century, and the inventor of the clerihew, an irregular form of humorous verse on biographical topics

Edmund Crouchback, 1st Earl of Lancaster
Edmund of Crouchback, 1st Earl of Leicester and Lancaster , was the second surviving son of King Henry III of England and Eleanor of Provence. In his childhood he had a claim on the Kingdom of Sicily. His nickname refers to his participation in the Ninth Crusade.-Childhood:Edmund was born in London

Edmund Leach
Sir Edmund Ronald Leach was a British social anthropologist of whom it has been said:"It is no exaggeration to say that in sheer versatility, originality, and range of writing he was and still is difficult to match among the anthropologists of the English speaking world".-Personal and academic life:He was provost of King's College, Cambridge

Edmund of Woodstock, 1st Earl of Kent
Edmund of Woodstock, 1st Earl of Kent was a member of the English Royal Family.-Early life:He was born at Woodstock in Oxfordshire, the son of Edward I Longshanks, King of England and his second wife, Margaret of France. He was 62 years younger than his father, who died when Edmund of Woodstock was only seven

Edmund Purdom
Edmund Anthony Cutlar Purdom was a British actor.-Early life:Purdom was born in Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, England and educated at St. Augustine's Abbey School, Ramsgate, then by the Jesuits at St. Ignatius Grammar School and Welwyn Garden City Grammar School

Edmund Randolph
Edmund Jennings Randolph was an American attorney, the seventh Governor of Virginia, the second Secretary of State, and the first United States Attorney General.-Biography:

Edna St. Vincent Millay
Edna St. Vincent Millay was an American lyrical poet, playwright and feminist. She received the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry, and was known for her activism and her many love affairs. She used the pseudonym Nancy Boyd for her prose work

Edo
, also romanized as Yedo or Yeddo, is the former name of the Japanese capital Tokyo, and was the seat of power for the Tokugawa shogunate which ruled Japan from 1603 to 1868

Édouard Manet
Édouard Manet was a French painter. One of the first 19th-century artists to approach modern-life subjects, he was a pivotal figure in the transition from Realism to Impressionism.

Edsger Dijkstra
Edsger Wybe Dijkstra ; ) was a Dutch computer scientist. He received the 1972 Turing Award for fundamental contributions to developing programming languages, and was the Schlumberger Centennial Chair of Computer Sciences at The University of Texas at Austin from 1984 until 2000.Shortly before his death in 2002, he received the ACM PODC Influential Paper

Edson Range
Edson Range is a firing range at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California. It is named for Marine "Red" Mike Edson.While located on Camp Pendleton, the range is actually an annex of the Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, which is home to four of the largest firing ranges on the base. It became operational on August 21, 1964. Camp Calvin B. Matthews closed on the very same day

EDTA
Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid, widely abbreviated as EDTA , is a polyamino carboxylic acid and a colourless, water-soluble solid. Its conjugate base is named ethylenediaminetetraacetate. It is widely used to dissolve limescale. Its usefulness arises because of its role as a hexadentate ligand and chelating agent, i.e

Eduard Einstein
Eduard Einstein was born in Zürich, Switzerland, the second son of physicist Albert Einstein and his first wife Mileva Marić. Einstein and his family moved to Berlin in 1914, but shortly thereafter Marić returned to Zürich, taking Eduard and his brother with her.Eduard was a good student and had musical talent

Eduardo Catalano
Eduardo Fernando Catalano was an Argentine architect.-Biography:Born in Buenos Aires, Catalano came to the United States on a scholarship to the Universities of Pennsylvania and Harvard

Eduardo Cojuangco, Jr.
Eduardo Murphy Cojuangco, Jr. , also known as Danding Cojuangco, is the chairman of San Miguel Corporation, the largest food and beverage corporation in the Philippines and Southeast Asia, former Philippine ambassador, and former governor of Tarlac. In 2005, his personal wealth was estimated at US$527 million

Eduardo Frei Ruiz-Tagle
Eduardo Alfredo Juan Bernardo Frei Ruiz-Tagle is a Chilean politician and civil engineer who was President of Chile from 1994 to 2000. He is currently Senator for Los Ríos and was President of the Senate from 2006 to 2008. He attempted a comeback as the candidate of the ruling Concertación coalition for the 2009 presidential election, but was narrowly defeated

Eduardo Paolozzi
Sir Eduardo Luigi Paolozzi, KBE, RA , was a Scottish sculptor and artist. He was a major figure in the international art sphere, while, working on his own interpretation and vision of the world. Paolozzi investigated how we can fit into the modern world to resemble our fragmented civilization through imagination and fantasy

Eduardo V. Manalo
Bro. Eduardo Villanueva Manalo, is the third and current Executive Minister of the Iglesia ni Cristo , following the death of his father, former Executive Minister Eraño G. Manalo.

Education
Education in its broadest, general sense is the means through which the aims and habits of a group of people lives on from one generation to the next. Generally, it occurs through any experience that has a formative effect on the way one thinks, feels, or acts

Education in Africa
Education in Africa began as a tool to prepare the local youth to take their place in their respective societies and not necessarily for life outside of Africa. In some areas, the pre-European colonialism schooling system consisted of groups of older people teaching aspects and rituals that would help them in adulthood

Education in Australia
Education in Australia is primarily the responsibility of the states and territories. Each state or territory government provides funding and regulates the public and private schools within its governing area. The federal government helps fund the public universities, but is not involved in setting curriculum

Education in Bangladesh
The educational system in Bangladesh is three-tiered and highly subsidized. The government of Bangladesh operates many schools in the primary, secondary, and higher secondary levels. It also subsidizes parts of the funding for many private schools

Education in England
Education in England is overseen by the Department for Education and the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills. Local authorities take responsibility for implementing policy for public education and state schools at a regional level.

Education in Finland
The Finnish education system is an egalitarian Nordic system, with no tuition fees and with free meals served to full-time students. The present Finnish education system consists of well-funded and carefully thought out daycare programs and a one-year "pre-school" ; a nine-year compulsory basic comprehensive school The Finnish education system is an egalitarian Nordic system, with no tuition fees and with free meals served to full-time students. The present Finnish education system consists of well-funded and carefully thought out daycare programs (for babies and toddlers) and a one-year "pre-school" (or kindergarten for six-year olds); a nine-year compulsory basic comprehensive school The Finnish education system is an egalitarian Nordic system, with no tuition fees and with free meals served to full-time students. The present Finnish education system consists of well-funded and carefully thought out daycare programs (for babies and toddlers) and a one-year "pre-school" (or kindergarten for six-year olds); a nine-year compulsory basic comprehensive school (starting

Education in France
The French educational system is highly centralized, organized, and ramified. It is divided into three different stages:* the primary education ;* secondary education ;

Education in Germany
The responsibility for the German education system lies primarily with the states while the federal government plays only a minor role. Optional Kindergarten education is provided for all children between three and six years of age, after which school attendance is compulsory, in most cases for 11 to 12 years

Education in Gibraltar
Education in Gibraltar generally follows the English system operating within a three tier system. Schools in Gibraltar follow the Key Stage system which teaches the National Curriculum.-Primary education:

Education in Iran
Education in Iran is highly centralized and is divided to K-12 education and higher education. K-12 education is supervised by the Ministry of Education and higher education is under supervision of Ministry of Science and Technology.

Education in Jordan
The education system of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan has improved consistently since the mid-1900s. The role played by a good education system has been significant in the development of Jordan from a predominantly agrarian to an industrialized nation.

Education in Malaysia
Education in Malaysia is overseen by two government ministries. The Ministry of Education handles matters pertaining to pre-school, primary school, secondary school and post-secondary school. Matters regarding tertiary education are dealt with by the Ministry of Higher Education

Education in Nashik
Nashik has been the educational hub of North Maharashtra. The city has two state run universities: The Yashawatrao Chavhan Maharashtra Open University and the Maharashtra University of Health Sciences.HPT College , set up in 1925 was the first degree college in the city

Education in Pakistan
Education in Pakistan is overseen by the government Ministry of Education and the provincial governments, whereas the federal government mostly assists in curriculum development, accreditation and some financing of research.

Education in Singapore
Education in Singapore is managed by the Ministry of Education , which controls the development and administration of state schools receiving government funding, but also has an advisory and supervisory role in respect of private schools

Education in Spain
The current system of education in Spain is known as LOE after the Ley Orgánica de Educación, or Fundamental Law of Education. Education in Spain is compulsory, and free from 6 to 16 years of age, supported by the Government in each Region.

Education in the Philippines
During the period of governance of Spain and the United States, education in the Philippines changed radically, mostly modeled on the system of education in the United States of the time

Education in Uganda
The system of education in Uganda has a structure of 7 years of primary education, 6 years of secondary education , and 3 to 5 years of post-secondary education

Education Minnesota
Education Minnesota is an American trade union representing preK-12 teachers, school support staff and higher education faculty in Minnesota. It is affiliated with both the National Education Association and the American Federation of Teachers , and is affiliated with the AFL-CIO.The union's headquarters are located in St

Education voucher
A school voucher, also called an education voucher, is a certificate issued by the government, which parents can apply toward tuition at a private school , rather than at the state school to which their child is assigned

Educational psychology
Educational psychology is the study of how humans learn in educational settings, the effectiveness of educational interventions, the psychology of teaching, and the social psychology of schools as organizations. Educational psychology is concerned with how students learn and develop, often focusing on subgroups such as gifted children and those subject to specific disabilities

Educational research
Educational research refers to a variety of methods, in which individuals evaluate different aspects of education including but not limited to: “student learning, teaching methods, teacher training, and classroom dynamics”.

Edurne Pasaban
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EDUSAT
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Edvard Grieg
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Edvard Munch
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Edward
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Edward Abbey
Edward Paul Abbey was an American author and essayist noted for his advocacy of environmental issues, criticism of public land policies, and anarchist political views. His best-known works include the novel The Monkey Wrench Gang, which has been cited as an inspiration by radical environmental groups, and the non-fiction work Desert Solitaire