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-Places and events:*Columbine, Colorado, an unincorporated census-designated place in Jefferson County, Colorado, near the cities of Denver and Littleton*Columbine , also known as Columbine Gold Camp, listed on the NRHP in Colorado

Columbus is a Latinized version of the Italian surname "Colombo". It most commonly refers to:*Christopher Columbus*Columbus, Ohio, United StatesColumbus may also refer to:- People :* Bartholomew Columbus, younger brother of Christopher

COLUMBUS is a computational chemistry software suite for calculating ab initio molecular electronic structures, designed as a collection of individual programs communicating through files. The programs focus on extended multi-reference calculations of atomic and molecular ground and excited states

Columbus (Amtrak station)
Columbus is a train station in Columbus, Wisconsin, USA, served by Amtrak, the national railroad passenger system. Originally built in 1906 by the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad , it also includes an older freight station

Columbus (Providence, Rhode Island)
Columbus is an historic statue in Providence, Rhode Island, United States on Elmwood Avenue.The statue features Christopher Columbus and was built in 1893 by Frederic Auguste Bartholdi and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2001.-See also:

Columbus (song)
"Columbus" is a song by Kent. It was released as the second single from the band's 2007 album Tillbaka till samtiden, on December 3, 2007 as digital download, and on December 3, 2007 as a four track CD single

Columella (disambiguation)
Columella is Latin meaning "little column". It may refer to:*Columella , a Roman writer-Biology:*Columella , an anatomical feature of a coiled snail shell or gastropod shell

Columella (genus)
Columella is a genus of small, air-breathing land snails, terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusks in the family Vertiginidae, the vertigo snails.-Species:Species within the genus Columella include:* Columella aspera Waldén, 1966

Columella (mollusk)
The columella , is a central anatomical feature of a coiled snail shell, a gastropod shell. The columella is often only clearly visible as a structure when the shell is broken, or sliced in half vertically, or viewed as an X-ray image.

A column or pillar in architecture and structural engineering is a vertical structural element that transmits, through compression, the weight of the structure above to other structural elements below. For the purpose of wind or earthquake engineering, columns may be designed to resist lateral forces

Column (newspaper)
A column is a recurring piece or article in a newspaper, magazine or other publication. Columns are written by columnists.What differentiates a column from other forms of journalism is that it meets each of the following criteria:

Column (typography)
In typography, a column is one or more vertical blocks of content positioned on a page, separated by gutters and/or rules. Columns are most commonly used to break up large bodies of text that cannot fit in a single block of text on a page. Additionally, columns are used to improve page composition and readability

In biology, columnar refers to the shape of epithelial cells that are taller than they are wide. Form follows function in biology, and columnar morphorphology hints at the functions of the cell. Columnar cells are important in absorption and movement of mucus

A columnist is a journalist who writes for publication in a series, creating an article that usually offers commentary and opinions. Columns appear in newspapers, magazines and other publications, including blogs.

Columns (How I Met Your Mother episode)
"Columns" is the 13th episode in the second season of the television series How I Met Your Mother. It originally aired on January 22, 2007.- Plot :

Coma (TV series)
Coma is a five-part series co-produced by two South Korean firms, SIO Film and OCN. It is a horror-mystery film set in a hospital that is being shut down due to its dubious practices.

Coma Berenices (album)
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COMAL is a computer programming language developed in Denmark by Benedict Løfstedt and Børge R. Christensen in 1973.The "COMAL 80 PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE REPORT" contains the formal definition of the language.- Design :

Comal can refer to:*COMAL, a computer programming language*Comal , frequently used to cook tortillasComal is the name of several places:*Comal County, Texas*Comal River, Texas*Comal Springs

Comal (cookware)
A comal is a smooth, flat griddle typically used in Mexico to cook tortillas, toast spices, sear meat, and generally prepare food. Similar cookware is called a budare in South America. Some comals are concave and made of "barro" . These are still made and used by the indigenous peoples of Mexico and Central America

A comb is a toothed device used in hair care for straightening and cleaning hair or other fibres. Combs are among the oldest tools found by archaeologists

Comb (anatomy)
Anatomically, a comb is a fleshy growth, caruncle, or crest on the top of the head of gallinaceous birds, most notably turkeys, pheasants, and domestic chickens

Comb (disambiguation)
A comb is a toothed device used for straightening and cleaning hair or fibers.Comb may also refer to:* Comb , a fleshy growth or crest on the top of the head of certain birds and reptiles.

COMBA I+D Mobile Computer and Broadband LaboratoryThe Mobile Computer and Broadband Laboratory was created in 2002, allowing formation of the group consolidate COMBA research, whose main objective is to promote research and development of mobile computing and broadband in Colombia.COMBA I+D is a research group, development and innovation focused on three main areas:•Wireless technologies

Combas is a commune in the Gard department in southern France.-Population:

Combat, or fighting, is a purposeful violent conflict meant to establish dominance over the opposition, or to terminate the opposition forever, or drive the opposition away from a location where it is not wanted or needed.

The ComBat was an aluminium cricket bat and the subject of an incident that occurred at the WACA cricket ground in Perth in December 1979.Australia were playing England in the first Test, and were in trouble at the end of the first day, at a score of 232/8 with Dennis Lillee not out

Combat (Torchwood)
"Combat" is an episode in the British science fiction television series Torchwood, which was broadcast on 24 December 2006. It is the eleventh episode of the first series. Weevils are being abducted by humans. As Owen goes undercover to find out who is committing these crimes, he meets Mark Lynch

A combatant is someone who takes a direct part in the hostilities of an armed conflict. If a combatant follows the law of war, then they are considered a privileged combatant, and upon capture they qualify as a prisoner of war under the Third Geneva Convention

Comber (fish)
Comber , is a species of fish in the family Serranidae.It lives in the Mediterranean Sea, the Black Sea and the Atlantic coast from the British Isles to the Cape of Good Hope, including the Azores, Madeira and the Canary Islands. The habitat are rocky or sandy sounding-deeps at depths of

In mathematics a combination is a way of selecting several things out of a larger group, where order does not matter. In smaller cases it is possible to count the number of combinations

Combinations (album)
Combinations is the second full length album by the band Eisley. It was released on August 14, 2007.The first single for Combinations was "Invasion". Two music videos were intended to be shot for the single

Combine may refer to:* Combine harvester, used in agriculture* Combine car, a type of railway car* Combine , commercial institutions, especially in countries that belonged to the Soviet Bloc* The act of forming a trade union

Combine (enterprise)
Combine has several related meanings:* A big industrial enterprise that combines several different enterprises that are related to each other by a technological process or through an administration.

Combing is a method for preparing carded fibre for spinning. It separates out the short fibres by means of a rotating ring of steel pins. The fibres in the 'top' it produces, have been straightened and lie parallel to each other

Combining macron below
Macron below, , is a combining diacritical mark used in various orthographies.It is not to be confused are "combining minus below" [[̠|]] , "combining low line" and "low line" _ ). The difference between "macron below" and "low line" is that the latter will result in an unbroken underline when run together, compare vs

Combles is a commune in the Somme department in Picardie in northern France.-Geography:Combles is situated on the D20 road, some northeast of Amiens.-History:

Combo may refer to:*A small musical ensemble, especially in jazz*Combo Waterhole, a real location in Australia, believed to be the inspiration for Waltzing Matilda

Combs (surname)
Combs is a surname, and may refer to:Sports:*Beth Combs, American basketball coach*Earle Combs , American center fielder and Baseball Hall of Fame member*Merl Combs , a shortstop in Major League Baseball from 1947-1952

Combust can refer to:* Combust , the obscuring of the unassisted viewing of a planet by the Sun's light* Combustion, the exothermical chemical reaction

Combustibility is a measure of how easily a substance will set on fire, through fire or combustion. This is an important property to consider when a substance is used for construction or is being stored. Special precautions are usually required for substances that are easily combustible

Combustion or burning is the sequence of exothermic chemical reactions between a fuel and an oxidant accompanied by the production of heat and conversion of chemical species. The release of heat can result in the production of light in the form of either glowing or a flame

Combustion (disambiguation)
Combustion may refer to:*Combustion, the process through which matter burns*The burning of fuel to power a motor, as with an internal combustion engine*Spontaneous human combustion*Combustion , a 2005 album by Decoded Feedback

Come may refer to:*Comè, city and commune in Benin*Come , an American indie rock band, formed in 1990*Come , a British noise project founded in 1979**Come Organisation, its record label*Come , a 1994 album by Prince

Come (1 album)
Come is 1's only album. The band had been signed by Paul Kantner to Grunt Records. Pat Ieraci was assigned to help produce the album, and encountered the lead singer, named Reality D

Come Across
Come Across is the fifth album by Australian indie rock band Bluebottle Kiss, released in 2003.-Tracklisting:# Scouthall# Everything begins and ends at exactly the right time# Something tiny# Last playboy in town# Slow train to a comfy jail

Come Again (Dowland)
Come Again, sweet love doth now invite is a song by John Dowland. The lyrics are anonymous. Dowland's music can be performed by soloist and lute or by a small vocal group .

Come Back (Jessica Garlick song)
"Come Back" is a single released by Welsh pop singer Jessica Garlick.The song was the UK entry for the 2002 Eurovision Song Contest where it came in equal 3rd place. The song remains the highest position for the UK since "Where are You?" by Imaani in 1998 where that song reached a position of #2

Come Clean (1931 film)
Come Clean is a 1931 short film starring Laurel and Hardy, directed by James W. Horne and produced by Hal Roach.-Story:Mr. and Mrs. Hardy wish to have a quiet night in their apartment, but are interrupted when Mr. and Mrs. Laurel pay a visit

Come Clean (album)
Come Clean was the first album to be released by the British band Curve following their temporary split in 1994 and reformation in 1996, and their third all-new studio album in all.

Come On (Chuck Berry song)
"Come On" is a song written and first released by Chuck Berry in 1961. The Rolling Stones released a version as their debut single in 1963.According to the liner notes from the Berry compilation album The Great Twenty-Eight, the performers on the record were as follows:* Chuck Berry: Guitars and vocals* Johnnie Johnson: Piano* Ebby Harding: Drums* L.C

Come On (Earl King song)
"Come On", also known as "Let the Good Times Roll" is a song written and first performed by New Orleans R&B artist Earl King. Jimi Hendrix introduced it to wider audience by his cover in 1968.-Original version:

Come On (How I Met Your Mother episode)
"Come On" is the 22nd and final episode in the first season of the television series How I Met Your Mother. It originally aired on May 15, 2006.- Plot :

Come Out
Come Out may refer to:*Come Out , a music piece by Steve Reich*Coming out, disclosing one's homosexuality or bisexuality.*"Come Out", a song by Camper van Beethoven from New Roman Times

Comedia (Album)
Comedia is the third solo album by Héctor Lavoe, It was released on 1978 under the label of Fania Records.It's famous for the song "El Cantante", which was written by Rubén Blades.-Track listing:# "El Cantante" – 10:24# "Comedia" - 3:29

A comedian or comic is a person who seeks to entertain an audience, primarily by making them laugh. This might be through jokes or amusing situations, or acting a fool, as in slapstick, or employing prop comedy

Comedian (disambiguation)
A comedian is a type of entertainer who tells jokes. Before the 20th century, the word was used to describe a stage actor who worked in light comedies, as opposed to tragedians who acted in tragedies.Comedian can also refer to:

Comedians are a type of entertainer who tell jokes.Comedians can also refer to:* Comedians , a 1954 film* Comedians , a 1975 play by Trevor Griffiths* The Comedians, a 1940 concert suite by Dmitry Kabalevsky

Comedians (play)
Comedians is a play by Trevor Griffiths, set in a Manchester evening class for aspiring working-class comedians. It was first performed at the Nottingham Playhouse on 20 February 1975, in a production directed by Richard Eyre. The cast included Jonathan Pryce as the main character, Gethin Price, Stephen Rea and the comedian and music hall performer Jimmy Jewel as the teacher

Comedo may refer to:*Blackhead *Whitehead : non inflamed pore blocked with sebum, a symptom of acne vulgaris

Comedown may refer to:*Comedown , the after effects of stimulant use*Comedown , an upcoming 2010 film starring Adam Deacon*"Comedown" , a 1995 song by Bush*"The Comedown", a 2008 song by Bring Me the Horizon- See also :

Comedown (drugs)
Comedown refers to the after effects of heavy recreational stimulant use, usually ecstasy, amphetamine, methylphenidate, cocaine, alcohol, and occasionally cannabis. It can be characterized by depression, apathy, dysphoria, anxiety, fatigue, intense hunger, paranoia and insomnia. These effects are caused by poor nutrition, lack of sleep and dehydration

Comedown (song)
"Comedown" is a single by British rock band Bush from their first album Sixteen Stone. It was released as the third single from the album in 1995.-Music video:The music video was directed by Jake Scott from the 19th to 21 June 1995 in Los Angeles

Comedy , as a popular meaning, is any humorous discourse or work generally intended to amuse by creating laughter, especially in television, film, and stand-up comedy. This must be carefully distinguished from its academic definition, namely the comic theatre, whose Western origins are found in Ancient Greece

Comedy (anime)
is a short anime film produced in 2002 by Studio 4°C animation studio. The film was directed by Kazuto Nakazawa and featured the music of Franz Schubert's "Ave Maria". The film is noted for drawing its inspiration from Schubert's piece titled "Erlkönig".

Comedy (theater)
Comedy is a word that Greeks and Romans confined to descriptions of stage-plays with happy endings. In the Middle Ages, the term expanded to include narrative poems with happy endings and a lighter tone. In this sense Dante used the term in the title of his poem, La Divina Commedia

Comely was an American Thoroughbred filly racehorse. Bred and raced by James Butler, owner of the Empire City Race Track, her sire was Disguise who raced in England for owner/breeder James R. Keene and was the winner of the 1900 Jockey Club Stakes and who also ran third in that year's Epsom Derby. Both her grandsire and damsire were elected to the U.S

Comer is Spanish for the verb to eat. It may also refer to:*Alan Comer, Magic: the Gathering pro player*Anjanette Comer, American actress*B. B. Comer, American politician

Comes , plural comites , is the Latin word for companion, either individually or as a member of a collective known as comitatus, especially the suite of a magnate, in some cases large and/or formal enough to have a specific name, such as a cohors amicorum. The word comes derives from com- "with" + ire "go."-Ancient Roman religion:Comes was a common

An equinox occurs twice a year, when the tilt of the Earth's axis is inclined neither away from nor towards the Sun, the center of the Sun being in the same plane as the Earth's equator

Equity is the name given to the set of legal principles, in jurisdictions following the English common law tradition, that supplement strict rules of law where their application would operate harshly

Equity co-investment
An equity co-investment is a minority investment, made directly into an operating company, alongside a financial sponsor or other private equity investor, in a leveraged buyout, recapitalization or growth capital transaction. In certain circumstances, venture capital firms may also seek co-investors.Private equity firms seek co-investors for several reasons

Equity of redemption
The equity of redemption refers to the right of a mortgagor in law to redeem his property once the liability secured by the mortgage has been discharged.-Overview:

Equivalence principle
In the physics of general relativity, the equivalence principle is any of several related concepts dealing with the equivalence of gravitational and inertial mass, and to Albert Einstein's assertion that the gravitational "force" as experienced locally while standing on a massive body is actually the same as the pseudo-force experienced by an observer in a

Equivalence relation
In mathematics, an equivalence relation is a relation that, loosely speaking, partitions a set so that every element of the set is a member of one and only one cell of the partition. Two elements of the set are considered equivalent if and only if they are elements of the same cell

ER (TV series)
ER is an American medical drama television series created by novelist Michael Crichton that aired on NBC from September 19, 1994 to April 2, 2009. It was produced by Constant c Productions and Amblin Entertainment, in association with Warner Bros. Television

Eragon (film)
Eragon is a 2006 fantasy-adventure film based on the novel of the same name by author Christopher Paolini. The cast includes Edward Speleers in the title role, Jeremy Irons, Garrett Hedlund, Sienna Guillory, Robert Carlyle, John Malkovich, Djimon Hounsou, Alun Armstrong, Joss Stone, and the voice of Rachel Weisz as Saphira the dragon.The film was directed by Stefen Fangmeier, a

An eraser or rubber is an article of stationery that is used for rubbing out pencil markings. Erasers have a rubbery consistency and are often white or pink, although modern materials allow them to be made in any color. Many pencils are equipped with an eraser on one end

Eraser (film)
Eraser is a 1996 American action film starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, James Caan and Vanessa L. Williams. It was directed by Chuck Russell. The film was nominated for an Academy Award for Sound Effects Editing in 1996.-Plot:

Erasmo of Narni
This article is about the condottieri Erasmo da Narni. For Donatello's equestrian statue, see Gattamelata Erasmo of Narni , better known as "Gattamelata" , was among the most famous of the condottieri or mercenaries in the Italian Renaissance

Erasmus Mundus
The European Union's Erasmus Mundus programme aims to enhance quality in higher educationthrough scholarships and academic co-operation between Europe and the rest of the world.Erasmus Mundus comprises three Actions:-Erasmus Mundus Joint Programmes:

The Erasmusbrug is a cable stayed bridge across the Nieuwe Maas river, linking the northern and southern halves of the city of Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

Erawan is the Thai name of the mythological elephant Airavata. The name may also refer to:*Erawan Shrine - Bangkok*Erawan Museum - Samut Prakan Province, Thailand*Erawan National Park - Kanchanaburi Province, which contains the Erawan Waterfall

Erding (district)
Erding is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by the districts of Landshut, Mühldorf, Ebersberg, Munich and Freising.-History:

Penile erection is a physiological phenomenon where the penis becomes enlarged and firm. Penile erection is the result of a complex interaction of psychological, neural, vascular and endocrine factors, and is usually, though not exclusively, associated with sexual arousal

Erector Set
Erector Set is the trade name of a toy construction set that is popular in the United States.It consists of collections of small metal beams with regular holes for nuts, bolts, screws, and mechanical parts such as pulleys, gears, and small electric motors.The brand name is currently used for Meccano sets sold in the United States.-History:Patented in 1913, The Erector Set was

Ergonomics is the study of designing equipment and devices that fit the human body, its movements, and its cognitive abilities.The International Ergonomics Association defines ergonomics as follows:

Ergometrine , is an ergoline derivative, and one of the primary ergot and morning glory alkaloids

Erhard Weigel
Erhard Weigel was a German mathematician, astronomer and philosopher.He earned his Ph.D. from the University of Leipzig. From 1653 until his death he was professor of mathematics at Jena University. He was the teacher of Leibniz in 1663, and other notable students

Eric Allendale
Eric Allendale was a trombonist, songwriter, occasional singer and former bandleader, as well as being a member of various jazz groups in England.-Early life:

Eric Campbell Geddes
Sir Eric Campbell-Geddes GCB, GBE, PC was a British businessman and Conservative politician. He served as First Lord of the Admiralty between 1917 and 1919 and as the first Minister of Transport between 1919 and 1921.

Eric Cantor
Eric Ivan Cantor is the U.S. Representative for Virginia's 7th congressional district, serving since 2001. A member of the Republican Party, he became House Majority Leader when the 112th Congress convened on January 3, 2011

Eric Carle
Eric Carle is a children's book author and illustrator who is most famous for his book The Very Hungry Caterpillar, which has been translated into over 50 languages

Eric Clapton
Eric Patrick Clapton, CBE, is an English guitarist and singer-songwriter. Clapton is the only three-time inductee to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: once as a solo artist, and separately as a member of The Yardbirds and Cream. Clapton has been referred to as one of the most important and influential guitarists of all time

Eric Edgar Cooke
Eric Edgar Cooke nicknamed The Night Caller was an Australian serial killer. From 1959 to 1963, he terrorised the city of Perth, Western Australia, by committing 22 violent crimes, eight of which resulted in deaths.

Eric Hamber Secondary School
Eric Hamber Secondary School is a large public secondary school located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.The school is named after Eric Hamber, former Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia.

Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold
Eric David Harris and Dylan Bennet Klebold were American high school seniors who committed the Columbine High School massacre. They killed 13 people—including teacher Dave Sanders—and injured 24 others, three of whom were injured as they escaped the attack

Eric Hoffer
Eric Hoffer was an American social writer. He was the author of ten books and was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in February 1983

Eric IX of Sweden
Eric "IX" of Sweden, , also called Eric the Lawgiver, Erik the Saint, Eric the Holy and in Sweden Sankt Erik meaning Saint Eric was a Swedish king c.1155 – 1160

Eric Kripke
Eric Kripke is an American television writer, director, and producer. He is best known for creating the television series Supernatural.-Biography:

Eric L. Haney
Eric L. Haney is a retired member of the United States Army counterterrorist unit, the 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment-Delta , more commonly known as Delta Force. In recent years he has been writing on terrorism, guerrilla warfare, and special operations

Eric Maschwitz
Albert Eric Maschwitz OBE , known as Eric Maschwitz and sometimes credited as Holt Marvell, was an English entertainer, writer, broadcaster and broadcasting executive.-Life and work:

Eric Milton
Eric Robert Milton is a former American left-handed starting pitcher in Major League Baseball

Eric Sevareid
Arnold Eric Sevareid was a CBS news journalist from 1939 to 1977. He was one of a group of elite war correspondents—dubbed "Murrow's Boys"—because they were hired by pioneering CBS newsman Edward R. Murrow.

Eric Singer
Eric Doyle Mensinger , better known as Eric Singer, is a hard rock and heavy metal drummer for the rock band Kiss and formerly for singer Alice Cooper

Eric Smith (murderer)
Eric M. Smith is an American criminal, incarcerated for the murder, sexual abuse and mutilation of four-year-old Derrick Robie on August 2, 1993, in Steuben County, New York.

Eric Williams Plaza
Eric Williams Plaza, also known as the Eric Williams Financial Complex, located on Independence Square, Port of Spain, is the tallest building in Trinidad and Tobago, as well as in the English-speaking Caribbean. It consists of a pair of skyscrapers 22 stories high and 302 ft tall, locally known as the "Twin Towers"

Erich von Hornbostel
Erich Moritz von Hornbostel was an Austrian ethnomusicologist and scholar of music. He is remembered for his pioneering work in the field of ethnomusicology, and for the Sachs–Hornbostel system of musical instrument classification which he co-authored with Curt Sachs.-Life:Hornbostel was born in Vienna into a musical family

Erick Elias
Erick Elías is a Mexican actor, model and singer.Erick Elias began his studies in acting, music, dance, and modeling at a very young age. He moved to Mexico City, soon after graduating from high school

Ericson Yachts
Ericson Yachts, Inc. was a pioneering builder of fiberglass yachts. Ericson is now out of business, but its designs have been reproduced periodically by other manufacturers.-History:

Erie Canal Soda Pop Festival
The Erie Canal Soda Pop Festival was a rock festival held on the Labor Day weekend of 1972 near Griffin, Indiana on Bull Island, a strip of land in Illinois but, on the Indiana side of the Wabash River

Erie, Pennsylvania
Erie is a city located in northwestern Pennsylvania in the United States. Named for the lake and the Native American tribe that resided along its southern shore, Erie is the state's fourth-largest city , with a population of 102,000

Erik Estrada
Henry Enrique "Erik" Estrada is an American police officer and actor, known for his co-starring lead role in the 1977–1983 United States police television series CHiPs

Erik Per Sullivan
Erik Per Sullivan is an American actor best known for his role as Dewey, the younger brother to middle child Malcolm, on the FOX series, Malcolm in the Middle which was on air for 6 years.-Personal life:

Erik Santos
Rhoderick Ramos Santos , more commonly known as simply Erik Santos, is a Filipino singer, actor, TV host, commercial model, and the winner of the ABS-CBN program Star In A Million Season 1 in January 2004.-Early life:

Erik Schinegger
Erik Schinegger is an Austrian intersexual skier. He was the world champion women's downhill skier in 1966, at which time he was recognized as female and known as Erika Schinegger.-Life:

Erik the Red
Erik Thorvaldsson , known as Erik the Red , is remembered in medieval and Icelandic saga sources as having founded the first Nordic settlement in Greenland. The Icelandic tradition indicates that he was born in the Jæren district of Rogaland, Norway, as the son of Thorvald Asvaldsson, he therefore also appears, patronymically, as Erik Thorvaldsson

Erika Alexander
Erika Alexander is an American actress. She is best known for her roles as Pam Tucker on the NBC sitcom The Cosby Show, and as Maxine Shaw on the FOX sitcom Living Single. She has won numerous awards for her work on Living Single, including two NAACP Image Awards for Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series

Erin Brockovich (film)
Erin Brockovich is a 2000 biographical film directed by Steven Soderbergh. The film is a dramatization of the story of Erin Brockovich, played by Julia Roberts, who fought against the US West Coast energy corporation Pacific Gas and Electric Company. Roberts won the Academy Award, Golden Globe, Screen Actors' Guild Award and BAFTA for Best Actress

Eriochrome Black T
Eriochrome Black T is a complexometric indicator that is part of the complexometric titrations, e.g. in the water hardness determination process. It is an azo dye.It is also known as ET-00.

Eriodictyon is a genus of plants within the Hydrophylloideae subfamily of the Boraginaceae family.It includes Yerba Santa , along with other similarly named plants

Eris (dwarf planet)
Eris, formal designation 136199 Eris, is the most massive known dwarf planet in the Solar System and the ninth most massive body known to orbit the Sun directly

Eritrea , officially the State of Eritrea, is a country in the Horn of Africa. Eritrea derives it's name from the Greek word Erethria, meaning 'red land'. The capital is Asmara. It is bordered by Sudan in the west, Ethiopia in the south, and Djibouti in the southeast

Eritrean-Ethiopian War
The Eritrean–Ethiopian War took place from May 1998 to June 2000 between Ethiopia and Eritrea, forming one of the conflicts in the Horn of Africa

Erlend Loe
Erlend Loe is a Norwegian novelist and screenwriter. He has gained popularity in Scandinavia with his humorous and sometimes naïve novels, although his stories have become darker in tone, moving towards a more satirical criticism of modern Norwegian society.-Biography:Erlend Loe worked at a psychiatric clinic, and was later a freelance journalist for

Erlensee is a municipality in the Main-Kinzig district, in Hesse, Germany. It is situated on the river Kinzig, 5 km northeast of Hanau. It was formed in 1970 by the merger, in 1970, of the towns of Langendiebach and Rückingen

Erma Bombeck
Erma Louise Bombeck was an American humorist who achieved great popularity for her newspaper column that described suburban home life from the mid-1960s until the late 1990s

Erna Hennicot-Schoepges
Erna Hennicot-Schoepges is a Luxembourgian politician for the Christian Social People's Party. She was until 2009 a Member of the European Parliament, sitting as a CSV member of the European People's Party.

Ernest A. Batchelder
Ernest A. Batchelder was an artist and educator who made Southern California his home in the early 20th century. He is famous as a maker of art tiles and as a leader in the American Arts and Crafts Movement.

Ernest Angley
Ernest Angley is an international Christian evangelist, based in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio.-Grace Cathedral:Ernest Angley's interdenominational ministry was originally based at Grace Cathedral in Springfield Township, Ohio southeast of Akron

Ernest George Jansen
Ernest George Jansen was the second-last Governor-General of the Union of South Africa, holding office from 1950 to 1959.Born in 1881, he graduated with a law degree from the University of the Cape of Good Hope in 1905, and was admitted as an advocate in 1913.An ardent champion of Afrikaner interests, he joined the National

Ernest Green
Ernest Gideon Green was one of the Little Rock Nine, a group of African-American students who, in 1957, were the first black students ever to attend classes at Little Rock Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas. Green was the first black to graduate from the school in 1958

Ernest Harmon Air Force Base
Ernest Harmon Air Force Base is a former United States Air Force base located in Stephenville, Newfoundland and Labrador. The base was built by the United States Army Air Forces in 1941 under the Destroyers for Bases Agreement with the United Kingdom.

Ernest Hemingway
Ernest Miller Hemingway was an American author and journalist. His economic and understated style had a strong influence on 20th-century fiction, while his life of adventure and his public image influenced later generations. Hemingway produced most of his work between the mid-1920s and the mid-1950s, and won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1954

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center
The Ernest N. Morial Convention Center is in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States. The lower end of building one is located upriver from Canal Street on the banks of the Mississippi River. It is named after former Mayor of New Orleans Ernest N. Morial