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Clodhopper
Things named clodhopper include:* Clodhopper candies — a type of fudge-covered graham wafer.* Clodhopper shoes — a variety of heavy boots.* Clodhopper

Clofedanol
Clofedanol or chlophedianol is a centrally-acting cough suppressant used in the treatment of dry cough. Clofedanol has local anesthetic and antihistamine properties, and may have anticholinergic effects at high doses. It is marketed in Canada under the trade name Ulone, but is not available currently in the United States

Clog
Clog may refer to:* clog , a shoe with a rigid, often wooden, sole* A blockage in plumbing* A British brand of rock-climbing equipment owned by Wild Country * Clogging, a traditional type of percussive folk dance

Cloister
A cloister is a rectangular open space surrounded by covered walks or open galleries, with open arcades on the inner side, running along the walls of buildings and forming a quadrangle or garth

Cloister (disambiguation)
A cloister is a covered walkway with an open colonnade on one side that faces a quadrangle or garth.Cloister may also refer to:*Cloister , a thoroughbred racehorse*The Cloisters, a the museum in New York City

Clomipramine
Clomipramine is a tricyclic antidepressant . It was developed in the 1960s by the Swiss drug manufacturer Geigy and has been in clinical use worldwide ever since.- Indications :

Clonal
Clonal may refer toin Immunology:*Clonal deletion, a process by which B cells and T cells are deactivated before act significantly upon specific antigens*Clonal selection theory, a model for how the immune system responds to infection

Clone
-Biological:* Clone—In biology and agriculture, any organism whose genetic information is identical to that of a parent organism from which it was created; natural reproductive processes producing clones include parthenogenesis and apomixis

Clone (algebra)
In universal algebra, a clone is a set C of operations on a set A such that*C contains all the projections , defined by ,*C is closed under composition : if f, g1, …, gm are members of C such that f is m-ary, and gj is n-ary for every j, then the n-ary operation is in C.Given an algebra

Clone (B-cell biology)
The process of immunological B-cell maturation involves transformation from an undifferentiated B cell to one that secretes antibodies with particular specificity

Clone (cell biology)
A clone is a group of identical cells that share a common ancestry, meaning they are derived from the same mother cell.Clonality implies the state of a cell or a substance being derived from one source or the other

Clone (database)
A database clone is a complete and separate copy of a database system that includes the business data, the DBMS software and any other application tiers that make up the environment. Cloning is a different kind of operation to replication and backups in that the cloned environment is both fully functional and separate in its own right

Clone (Java method)
clone is a method in the Java programming language for object duplication. In Java, objects are manipulated through reference variables, and there is no operator for copying an object—the assignment operator duplicates the reference, not the object

Clone (Linux system call)
clone is a system call on the Linux kernel related to multithreading. In practice, one should try to avoid calling clone directly, but instead use a threading library which use clone when starting a thread .The syntax for calling clone under a Linux program is: #include int clone clone() is a system call on the Linux kernel related to multithreading. In practice, one should try to avoid calling clone() directly, but instead use a threading library (such as pthreads) which use clone() when starting a thread (such as during a call to pthread_create()).The syntax for calling clone under a Linux program is: #include int clone clone() is a system call on the Linux kernel related to multithreading. In practice, one should try to avoid calling clone() directly, but instead use a threading library (such as pthreads) which use clone() when starting a thread (such as during a call to pthread_create()).The syntax for calling clone under a Linux program is: #include int clone (int (*fn) (void *), void

Clone (Threshold album)
Clone is the fourth studio album by British progressive metal band Threshold, released in 1998. This album is the first to feature longtime singer Andrew "Mac" McDermott and the final album to feature drummer Mark Heaney, and is also the only album by the band not to have a special edition release.The album also comes closer than any other by the band to presenting a loose storyline

Clones (disambiguation)
Clones is a small Irish town in the border area of the Republic of Ireland.Clones is also nickname of the loyal fan base of The Jim Rome Show, who grab vines with attempts to give “takes” that are Romenistic in nature with unique smack worthy of air time

Cloning (disambiguation)
Cloning is the process of making an identical copy of something.Cloning may also refer to:* Cloning , the copying of a programming object* Disk cloning, the copying of the contents of a computer hard disk to a storage medium or file

Clonk
Clonk is a computer game developed by RedWolf Design. The game features a mix of the action, real-time strategy and platform game genres. The games of the series are traditionally released as Shareware; older versions have become available as Freeware

Clonus
Clonus is a series of involuntary muscular contractions and relaxations. Clonus is a sign of certain neurological conditions, and is particularly associated with upper motor neuron lesions such as in stroke, multiple sclerosis, spinal cord damage and hepatic encephalopathy

Close
Close may refer to:*Close In music:*"Close", a song by Rascal Flatts from Unstoppable*"Close", a song by Soul Asylum from Candy from a Stranger*"Close", a song by Westlife from Coast to Coast

Close (album)
Close is the sixth studio album by Kim Wilde, released in mid 1988.Produced by Ricky Wilde and Tony Swain, Close was the final album on which Marty Wilde had co-writer credits

Close (surname)
Close is a surname, and may refer to:* Alex Close, Belgian cyclist* Brian Close, English cricketer* Charles Close, British geographer* Chris Close, Australian rugby league player* Chuck Close, American photorealist painter

Close but No Cigar (song)
"Close But No Cigar" is a song by "Weird Al" Yankovic, released on his album Straight Outta Lynwood. A style parody of the band Cake, the song recounts the narrator's relationships with three attractive and near-ideal women, each of which ends when he perceives a minor flaw in her character or appearance

Close but No Cigar (song)
"Close But No Cigar" is a song by "Weird Al" Yankovic, released on his album Straight Outta Lynwood. A style parody of the band Cake, the song recounts the narrator's relationships with three attractive and near-ideal women, each of which ends when he perceives a minor flaw in her character or appearance

Close Call
Close Call is a 2002 crime-drama film directed by Jimmy Lee. The movie is about Jenny Kim, a 16-year-old Korean American who is caught in an underground world of crimes, drugs and sex.

Close Harmony (film)
Close Harmony is a 1981 short documentary film directed by Nigel Noble. It won an Academy Award at the 54th Academy Awards 1982 for Documentary Short Subject.

Close helmet
The closed helmet covers the entire head and was seen mostly during the crusades. The closed helmet outdated the barbute in the 14th, or 15th Century. The closed helmet completely covered the head, and was usually seen with chainmail attached to the bottom of the helmet for further protection of the neck

Close-up (software)
Close-up was a customer support communications program developed by Norton-Lambert Corp. and written by Cogitate, Inc. It allowed one personal computer running DOS to see the screen contents of another PC and send keystrokes as well. Both PCs communicated via the use of a modem. Version 4.01 was available in 1992.

Closed
Closed may refer to:Math* Closure * Closed manifold* Closed orbits* Closed set* Closed differential form* Closed map, a function that is closed.Other* Cloister, a closed walkway* Closed-circuit television

Closed-circuit television
Closed-circuit television is the use of video cameras to transmit a signal to a specific place, on a limited set of monitors.

Closeout
A closeout or clearance is the final sale of an item or items to zero inventory. It may be a given model of item that is not selling well, or in the case of the final closure of a retailer because of a relocation, a fire , or especially because of a bankruptcy. In the latter case, it is usually known as a going-out-of-business sale, and is part of a liquidation

Closer
- Film, television and theatre :* Closer , a 1997 play by Patrick Marber* Closer , a 2004 adaptation of Marber's play, directed by Mike Nichols* Closer , a documentary by Tina Gharavi

Closer (band)
Closer is an acoustic indie pop band from The Netherlands. Its band members are Roel Kessels as guitarist and lead vocalist, and Thomas van Geelen as cello player and backing vocalist. The band was formed in September 2006 by Kessels who had been performing as a singer/songwriter under the same artistic name.-History:Closer started out as a dream of singer/songwriter Roel Kessels

Closer (baseball)
In baseball, a closing pitcher, more frequently referred to as a closer , is a relief pitcher who specializes in closing out games, i.e., getting the final outs in a close game. Closers often appear when the score is close, and the role is often assigned to a team's best reliever. A small number of closers have won the Cy Young Award

Closer (Fool's Garden song)
"Closer" is the second and final single from the album 25 Miles to Kissimmee by German pop band Fool's Garden. It was released in 2003.-Track listing:#"Closer" #"Closer" #"Closer" #"Glory"

Closer (Goapele album)
Closer was the début album of Contemporary R&B singer-songwriter Goapele Mohlabane. It was self-released in a strictly limited run, only available at select brick-and-mortar outlets and Web sites throughout the United States

Closer (Ne-Yo song)
"Closer" is a 2008 Single by American pop/R&B singer Ne-Yo. The song was produced by Stargate.The song was released as the first single from his third album Year of the Gentleman. It reached #1 in the UK, scoring Ne-Yo his second UK No.1 following 2006's So Sick

Closer (Slinkee Minx song)
"Closer" is a 2004 dance song written by M. Palmer, A. Failla, B. Tartaglia and performed by Slinkee Minx. It reached number 39 on the Australian ARIA Singles Chart.-Track listing:# Closer # Careless Whisper

Closer (Travis song)
"Closer" is a song by Scottish band Travis, released as the first single from their fifth studio album, The Boy with No Name, on April 23, 2007. The single peaked at #10 on the UK Singles Chart.-Music video:

Closer EP
Closer is an EP by Christian rock act Jars of Clay. It was released in digital download format on July 29, 2008 and in CD format on August 19, 2008. The only radio single released off the EP is the title track, although the new recording of "Love Song for a Savior" has been known to be played by radio stations in place of the original single

Closet
A closet is a small and enclosed space, a cabinet, or a cupboard in a house or building used for general storage or hanging clothes. A closet for food storage is usually referred to as a pantry

Closing
Closing may refer to:*The closing of a letter or e-mail: see Valediction or Complimentary close*The termination or closure of a business*Closing , the final step in executing a real estate transaction*Closing , making a sale

Closure
Closure may refer to:* Closure used to seal a bottle, jug, jar, can, or other container** Closure , a stopper* Closure , the process by which an organization ceases operations

Closure (Gabrielle song)
"Closure" is the thirteenth song on Gabrielle's fifth studio album, Always and is written by Gabrielle and Julian Gallagher. The song is not going to be given a single or commercial release and is only available to download as an album track, however, a group of fans started a campaign to get "Closure" to enter the UK Singles top 40 Chart

Closure (song)
"Closure" is the third and last single from alternative metal band Chevelle's second album Wonder What's Next. It features a dark, melodic verse that carries into a similarly melodic chorus ending in heavy guitar chords

Clot (Barcelona Metro)
Clot is a station serving line 1 and line 2 of the Barcelona Metro.The Line 1 station, opened in 1951, was built below Avinguda Meridiana between Carrer Aragó and Carrer València, and is arranged according to the Spanish solution with both side and central platforms

Clot (disambiguation)
A clot is the final product of the blood coagulation step in hemostasis.Clot may also refer to:* Antoine Clot , French physician* Blood Clot Boy, a figure in Native American folklore* Clot , a Barcelona Metro station

Clothesline (disambiguation)
Clothesline is an apparatus for laundry drying. It may also refer to:*A set of professional wrestling moves called Clothesline* Clothesline, an illegal play in American football in which a player strikes an opponent across the face or neck with an extended arm.* Clothes-Line, an early television documentary on fashion history .

Clothing
Clothing refers to any covering for the human body that is worn. The wearing of clothing is exclusively a human characteristic and is a feature of nearly all human societies

Clotho
Clotho is one of the Three Fates or Moirae, in ancient Greek mythology. Her Roman equivalent is Nona. Clotho was responsible for spinning the thread of human life. She also made major decisions, such as when a person was born, thus in effect controlling people's lives

Clotilde (died 531)
Clotilde was the daughter of King Clovis I of the Franks and Queen Clotilde.In 511 she was married to the Visigothic King Amalaric. Clotilde was a Catholic, while Amalaric and his fellow-Visigoths were Arians

Clotilde (disambiguation)
Clotild, Clotilda, Clotilde, Chlotilde, or Chrotilde is a Germanic female name . It might refer to:* Clotilde, wife of King Clovis I* Clotilde , daughter of Clovis, wife of King Amalaric

Clotilde (floruit 673)
Clotilde or Chlodechilidis was the founder of the abbey of Bruyères-le-Châtel. Her charter is one of only eight known original manuscripts to survive from 7th century Francia, among which it is the only private charter. It is a parchment, which is unusual in that most surviving Merovingian documents of the 7th century were written on papyrus

Clotilde (slave ship)
The schooner Clotilde was the last known U.S. slave ship to bring slaves from Africa to the United States, arriving at Mobile Bay in autumn 1859 , with 110-160 slaves. The ship was a two-masted schooner, 86 ft long by 23 ft , and it was burned and scuttled at Mobile Bay, soon after

Clotted cream
Clotted cream is a thick cream made by indirectly heating full-cream cow's milk using steam or a water bath and then leaving it in shallow pans to cool slowly. During this time, the cream content rises to the surface and forms 'clots' or 'clouts'

Cloture
In parliamentary procedure, cloture is a motion or process aimed at bringing debate to a quick end. It is also called closure or, informally, a guillotine. The cloture procedure originated in the French National Assembly, from which the name is taken. Clôture is French for "ending" or "conclusion"

Clou
Clou is a Czech rock band from Prague, Czech Republic formed in 2001. They released their EP "First" in 2004 which includes 3 songs. After many concerts they started to make their debut album "Poscards" in 2005. They've had a great success with the album due to singles like "Island Sun" and "Lean On My Shoulder"

CLOUD
Cosmics Leaving Outdoor Droplets or the CLOUD is an experimental facility being run at CERN by Jasper Kirkby to investigate the microphysics between galactic cosmic rays and aerosols under controlled conditions

Cloud (comics)
Cloud is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe.-Publication history:Cloud first appeared in Defenders #123-124 , and was created by J. M. DeMatteis and Don Perlin. She appeared as a regular member of the Defenders from that point on, in issues #127-152 of the title

Cloud Nine
-In literature:* Cloud 9 , a Marvel Comics superhero that debuted in Avengers: The Initiative* Cloud 9, a crime novel by James M. Cain* Cloud Nine, a General from the Black Order, character from the manga D.Gray-man

Cloud Nine
-In literature:* Cloud 9 , a Marvel Comics superhero that debuted in Avengers: The Initiative* Cloud 9, a crime novel by James M. Cain* Cloud Nine, a General from the Black Order, character from the manga D.Gray-man

Cloud Nine (Kottonmouth Kings album)
Cloud Nine is the ninth official album from the Kottonmouth Kings, released on August 28, 2007. Band member Daddy X stated that Cloud Nine is the "most adventurous" Kottonmouth Kings album release to date. Cloud Nine features artists such as Tech N9ne, the Insane Clown Posse, and Cypress Hill

Cloud Nine (Shanghai)
Cloud Nine is a 58-floor 238 meter tall skyscraper completed in 2006 located in Shanghai, China. It is also known as Shanghai Summit Shopping City

Cloud nine (Tensegrity sphere)
Cloud nine is the name Buckminster Fuller gave to his proposed airborne habitats created from giant geodesic spheres, which might be made to levitate by slightly heating the air inside above the ambient temperature.

Cloud Number Nine
"Cloud Number Nine" or "Cloud #9" is a song by Canadian singer-songwriter Bryan Adams from his 1998 album On a Day Like Today.-Original:

Cloudburst
A cloudburst is an extreme amount of precipitation, sometimes with hail and thunder, which normally lasts no longer than a few minutes but is capable of creating flood conditions.-Etymology:There are similar names for such events in other languages

Cloudride
Cloudride is a Swiss rock band from Basel. Cloudride's style is similar to British and American independent bands. First appearances took place in small clubs in the Basel region, nowadays Cloudride are performing at clubs and festivals all across Europe.

Effects of nuclear explosions
The energy released from a nuclear weapon detonated in the troposphere can be divided into four basic categories:*Blast—40-50% of total energy*Thermal radiation—30-50% of total energy

Effeminacy
Effeminacy describes traits in a human male, that are more often associated with traditional feminine nature, behaviour, mannerisms, style or gender roles rather than masculine nature, behaviour, mannerisms, style or roles.

Efferent nerve
In the nervous system, efferent nerves, otherwise known as motor or effector neurons, carry nerve impulses away from the central nervous system to effectors such as muscles or glands

Efficient market hypothesis
In finance, the efficient-market hypothesis asserts that financial markets are "informationally efficient". That is, one cannot consistently achieve returns in excess of average market returns on a risk-adjusted basis, given the information available at the time the investment is made.There are three major versions of the hypothesis: "weak", "semi-strong", and "strong"

Effigy
An effigy is a representation of a person, especially in the form of sculpture or some other three-dimensional form.The term is usually associated with full-length figures of a deceased person depicted in stone or wood on church monuments. These most often lie supine with hands together in prayer, but may also be recumbent, kneeling in prayer or even standing

Egg (biology)
An egg is an organic vessel in which an embryo first begins to develop. In most birds, reptiles, insects, molluscs, fish, and monotremes, an egg is the zygote, resulting from fertilization of the ovum, which is expelled from the body and permitted to develop outside the body until the developing embryo can survive on its own

Egg (food)
Eggs are laid by females of many different species, including birds, reptiles, amphibians, and fish, and have probably been eaten by mankind for millennia. Bird and reptile eggs consist of a protective eggshell, albumen , and vitellus , contained within various thin membranes

Egg decorating
Egg decorating is the art or craft of decorating eggs. It is quite a popular art/craft form because of the attractive, smooth, oval shape of the egg

Egg roll
An egg roll is an appetizer and dinner, a variant of spring roll that has spread throughout the world as a staple of Asian cuisine. Egg rolls with fillings are commonly served in Vietnamese cuisine.-Description:

Egg white
Egg white is the common name for the clear liquid contained within an egg. In chickens it is formed from the layers of secretions of the anterior section of the hen's oviduct during the passage of the egg. It forms around either fertilized or unfertilized egg yolks

Egg yolk
An egg yolk is a part of an egg which feeds the developing embryo. The egg yolk is suspended in the egg white by one or two spiral bands of tissue called the chalazae

Eggs (novel)
Eggs is a young adult novel by Jerry Spinelli that was published in 2007. The story outlines a relationship that develops between two children that seemingly have little in common other than loneliness.-Plot:

Eggs Benedict
Eggs Benedict is a dish that consists of two halves of an English muffin, topped with ham or bacon, poached eggs and Hollandaise sauce.-Origin:There are conflicting accounts as to the origin of Eggs Benedict, including:

Eggshell
An eggshell is the outer covering of a hard-shelled egg and of some forms of eggs with soft outer coats.- Insect eggs :Insects and other arthropods lay a variety of styles and shapes of eggs. Some have gelatinous or skin-like coverings, others have hard eggshells. Softer shells are mostly protein. It may be fibrous or quite liquid

Egilona
Egilona was the wife of the last Visigothic King Roderic in the early years of the 8th Century during the Muslim invasion of the Iberian Peninsula. When he died in the Battle of Guadalete she was captured by the Moorish leader Abd al-Aziz ibn Musa

EGO
See also Egoism Ego is a Latin word meaning "I", cognate with the Greek "Εγώ " meaning "I", often used in English to mean the "self", "identity" or other related concepts.It may also refer to:

Egrisi
Lazica or Egrisi in Georgian |Georgia]], named after the Laz tribe, which at some time dominated the local ruling élite.The kingdom flourished between the 6th century BC and the 7th century AD. It covered part of the territory of the former kingdom Colchis and subjugated the territory of modern day Abkhazia

Egusi
Egusi seeds are the fat- and protein-rich seeds of certain cucurbitaceous plants. Authorities disagree whether the word is used more properly for the seeds of the colocynth, those of a particular large-seeded variety of the watermelon, or generically for those of any cucurbitaceous plant

Egypt
Egypt , officially the Arab Republic of Egypt, Arabic: , is a country mainly in North Africa, with the Sinai Peninsula forming a land bridge in Southwest Asia. Egypt is thus a transcontinental country, and a major power in Africa, the Mediterranean Basin, the Middle East and the Muslim world

Egypt Eyalet
Egypt was conquered by the Ottoman Empire in 1517, following the Ottoman–Mamluk War and the loss of Syria to the Ottomans in 1516. Egypt was administrated as an eyalet of the Ottoman Empire from 1517 until 1867, with an interruption during the French occupation of 1798 to 1801.Egypt was always a difficult province for the Ottoman Sultans to control, due in part to the continuing

Egypt, Pennsylvania
Egypt is an unincorporated community in Whitehall Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, United States, about north of Allentown and west of Cementon. Egypt is located on Pennsylvania Route 329, just west of its intersection with Pennsylvania Route 145 at Eagle Point.The population of Egypt is 2,209

EgyptAir
EgyptAir is the flag carrier airline of Egypt and a member of Star Alliance. The airline is based at Cairo International Airport, its main hub, operating scheduled passenger and freight services to more than 75 destinations in the Middle East, Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Americas

Egyptian Air Force
The Egyptian Air Force, or EAF , is the aviation branch of the Egyptian Armed Forces. The EAF is headed by an Air Marshal . Currently, the commander of the Egyptian Air Force is Air Marshal Reda Mahmoud Hafez Mohamed

Egyptian cobra
The Egyptian cobra is a species in the genus Naja found in Africa and the Arabian Peninsula. It is one of the largest Naja species in Africa.- Description :

Egyptian Expeditionary Force
The Egyptian Expeditionary Force was formed in March 1916 to command the British and British Empire military forces in Egypt during World War I. Originally known as the 'Force in Egypt' it had been commanded by General Maxwell who was recalled to England

Egyptian hieroglyphs
Egyptian hieroglyphs were a formal writing system used by the ancient Egyptians that combined logographic and alphabetic elements. Egyptians used cursive hieroglyphs for religious literature on papyrus and wood

Egyptian mathematics
Egyptian mathematics is the mathematics that was developed and used in Ancient Egypt from ca. 3000 BC to ca. 300 BC.-Overview:Written evidence of the use of mathematics dates back to at least 3000 BC with the ivory labels found at Tomb Uj at Abydos. These labels appear to have been used as tags for grave goods and some are inscribed with numbers

Egyptian Museum of Berlin
The Egyptian Museum of Berlin is home to one of the world's most important collections of Ancient Egyptian artifacts.The collection is part of the Neues Museum.-History:

Egyptian pyramids
The Egyptian pyramids are ancient pyramid-shaped masonry structures located in Egypt.There are 138 pyramids discovered in Egypt as of 2008. Most were built as tombs for the country's Pharaohs and their consorts during the Old and Middle Kingdom periods.The earliest known Egyptian pyramids are found at Saqqara, northwest of Memphis

Egyptians
Egyptians are nation an ethnic group made up of Mediterranean North Africans, the indigenous people of Egypt.Egyptian identity is closely tied to geography. The population of Egypt is concentrated in the lower Nile Valley, the small strip of cultivable land stretching from the First Cataract to the Mediterranean and enclosed by desert both to the east and to the west

Egyptology
Egyptology is the study of ancient Egyptian history, language, literature, religion, and art from the 5th millennium BC until the end of its native religious practices in the AD 4th century. A practitioner of the discipline is an “Egyptologist”

EHarmony
eHarmony is an online dating website grounded in relationship science that matches single men and women for long-term relationships. To optimize the matching process, eHarmony operates eHarmony Labs, a relationship research facility, and publishes eHarmony Advice, a relationship advice site

Eichhornia crassipes
Eichhornia crassipes, commonly known as Common Water Hyacinth, is an aquatic plant native to the Amazon basin, and is often considered a highly problematic invasive species outside its native range.-Ecology:

Eid ul-Adha
Eid al-Adha or "Festival of Sacrifice" or "Greater Eid" is an important religious holiday celebrated by Muslims worldwide to commemorate the willingness of Abraham to sacrifice his son Ishmael as an act of obedience to God, before God intervened to provide him with a sheep— to sacrifice instead.Eid al-Adha is the latter of two Eid festivals celebrated by Muslims,

Eidetic memory
Eidetic , commonly referred to as photographic memory, is a medical term, popularly defined as the ability to recall images, sounds, or objects in memory with extreme precision and in abundant volume. The word eidetic, referring to extraordinarily detailed and vivid recall not limited to, but especially of, visual images, comes from the Greek word εἶδος

Eidgenössischer Stutzer 1851
The Eidgenössischer Stutzer 1851 , also called Feldstutzer 1851, was the first service rifle used by the Swiss armed forces to be procured by the federal government, which was responsible for the armament of the Cantonal armed forces under the 1848 federal constitution

Eiffel Tower
The Eiffel Tower is a puddle iron lattice tower located on the Champ de Mars in Paris. Built in 1889, it has become both a global icon of France and one of the most recognizable structures in the world

Eigenface
Eigenfaces are a set of eigenvectors used in the computer vision problem of human face recognition. The approach of using eigenfaces for recognition was developed by Sirovich and Kirby and used by Matthew Turk and Alex Pentland in face classification. It is considered the first successful example of facial recognition technology

Eight ball
Eight-ball is a pool game popular in much of the world, and the subject of international professional and amateur competition

Eighteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution
The Eighteenth Amendment of the United States Constitution established Prohibition in the United States. The separate Volstead Act set down methods of enforcing the Eighteenth Amendment, and defined which "intoxicating liquors" were prohibited, and which were excluded from prohibition

Eilat Mazar
Eilat Mazar is a third-generation Israeli archaeologist, specializing in Jerusalem and Phoenician archeology. A senior fellow at the Shalem Center, she has worked on the Temple Mount excavations, as well as excavations at Achzib. In addition to heading the Shalem Center's Institute of Archeology, she is affiliated with the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.Mazar obtained her Ph.D

Eileen Daly
Eileen Daly is an English actress, film producer, writer, model, poet and singer/songwriter. She is also a well-known contemporary scream queen starring in numerous cult movies.-Early life:

Eindhoven University of Technology
The ' is a university of technology located in Eindhoven, Netherlands. The motto of the university is: Mens agitat molem . The university was the second of its kind in the Netherlands, only Delft University of Technology existed previously. Until mid-1980 it was known as the

Einhard
Einhard was a Frankish scholar and courtier. Einhard was a dedicated servant of Charlemagne and his son Louis the Pious; his main work is a biography of Charlemagne, the Vita Karoli Magni, "one of the most precious literary bequests of the early Middle Ages."-Public life:Einhard was from the eastern

Einsatzgruppen
Einsatzgruppen were SS paramilitary death squads that were responsible for mass killings, typically by shooting, of Jews in particular, but also significant numbers of other population groups and political categories

Einstein family
The Einstein family is the family of the famous scientist Albert Einstein. Einstein's great-great-great-great-grandfather, Jakob Weil, is his oldest recorded relative, born around the turn of the 18th century, and the family continues to this day

Einstein refrigerator
The Einstein-Szilard or Einstein refrigerator is an absorption refrigerator which has no moving parts, operates at constant pressure, and requires only a heat source to operate

Einstein tensor
In differential geometry, the Einstein tensor , named after Albert Einstein, is used to express the curvature of a Riemannian manifold

Einsteinium
Einsteinium is a synthetic element with the symbol Es and atomic number 99. It is the seventh transuranic element, and an actinide.Einsteinium was discovered in the debris of the first hydrogen bomb explosion in 1952, and named after Albert Einstein

Eisenhower Dollar
The Eisenhower dollar is a $1 coin issued by the United States government from 1971–1978

Ejaculation
Ejaculation is the ejecting of semen from the male reproductory tract, and is usually accompanied by orgasm. It is usually the final stage and natural objective of male sexual stimulation, and an essential component of natural conception. In rare cases ejaculation occurs because of prostatic disease

Ejection
Ejection may refer to the following:* Ejection seat, safety device typically used to escape an aircraft in-flight.* Ejection , the act of officially removing someone from a game.

Ejector seat
In aircraft, an ejection seat is a system designed to rescue the pilot or other crew of an aircraft in an emergency. In most designs, the seat is propelled out of the aircraft by an explosive charge or rocket motor, carrying the pilot with it. The concept of an eject-able escape capsule has also been tried

Ekiti State
Ekiti State is a state in southwest Nigeria, created on October 1, 1996 alongside five other new states by military dictator General Sani Abacha

Eko guitars
Eko is an Italian manufacturer of electric guitars, acoustic guitars and similar instruments, catering to professional level and manufacturing largely for export

El Ángel
El Ángel de la Independencia , most commonly known by theshortened name El Ángel and officially known as Columna de la Independencia, is a victory column located on a roundabout over Paseo de la Reforma in downtown Mexico City.El Ángel was built to commemorate the centennial of the beginning of Mexico's War of Independence,

El Castillo, Chichen Itza
;El Castillo , also known as the Temple of Kukulkan, is a Mesoamerican step-pyramid that dominates the center of the Chichen Itza archaeological site in the Mexican state of Yucatán

El DeBarge
Eldra Patrick "El" DeBarge is an American R&B/pop falsetto singer and was the focal point and lead singer of the family group DeBarge throughout the early to mid-1980s.

El Djem
Drifting sand is preserving the market city of Thysdrus and the refined suburban villas that once surrounded it. The amphiteatre occupies archaeologists' attention: no digging required

El Dorado
El Dorado is the name of a Muisca tribal chief who covered himself with gold dust and, as an initiation rite, dived into a highland lake.Later it became the name of a legendary "Lost City of Gold" that has fascinated – and so far eluded – explorers since the days of the Spanish Conquistadors

El Escorial
The Royal Seat of San Lorenzo de El Escorial is a historical residence of the king of Spain, in the town of San Lorenzo de El Escorial, about 45 kilometres northwest of the capital, Madrid, in Spain. It is one of the Spanish royal sites and functions as a monastery, royal palace, museum, and school

El filibusterismo
El filibusterismo , also known by its English alternate title The Reign of Greed, is the second novel written by Philippine national hero José Rizal. It is the sequel to Noli Me Tangere and like the first book, was written in Spanish. It was first published in 1891 in Ghent, Belgium

El Greco
El Greco was a painter, sculptor and architect of the Spanish Renaissance. "El Greco" was a nickname, a reference to his ethnic Greek origin, and the artist normally signed his paintings with his full birth name in Greek letters, Δομήνικος Θεοτοκόπουλος .El Greco was born on Crete, which was at that time part of

El Lissitzky
, better known as El Lissitzky , was a Russian artist, designer, photographer, typographer, polemicist and architect. He was an important figure of the Russian avant garde, helping develop suprematism with his mentor, Kazimir Malevich, and designing numerous exhibition displays and propaganda works for the former Soviet Union

El Salvador
El Salvador or simply Salvador is the smallest and the most densely populated country in Central America. The country's capital city and largest city is San Salvador; Santa Ana and San Miguel are also important cultural and commercial centers in the country and in all of Central America

El Sauzal
El Sauzal is located on the north coast of Tenerife 19 to 20 km E of Puerto de la Cruz, about 20 km SSW of the island's capital, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, NE of Los Cristianos and Las Américas of Arona and WSW of Tenerife North Airport.The population is 8,267 , its density is 451.50/km² and the area is 18.31 km². The elevation is 300 m

El Yunque, Cuba
El Yunque is a high mountain located west of Baracoa and the Baracoa Bay in Cuba's Guantanamo Province. It has a table mountain shape that resembles an anvil .

El-Mahalla El-Kubra
El-Mahalla El-Kubra is a large industrial and agricultural city in Egypt, located in the middle of the Nile Delta on the western bank of the Damietta branch. It is known for its dominant textile industry

Elaeagnus
Elaeagnus , silverberry or oleaster, is a genus of about 50–70 species of flowering plants in the family Elaeagnaceae.The vast majority of the species are native to temperate and subtropical regions of Asia. Elaeagnus triflora extends from Asia south into northeastern Australia, while E