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Conspiracy
-Types of conspiracies:* Cabal, an association between religious, political, or tribal officials to further their own ends, usually by intrigue* Conspiracy , an agreement between persons to deceive, mislead, or defraud others of their legal rights, or to gain an unfair advantage* Conspiracy , an agreement between persons to break the law in the future, in some cases having

Conspiracy (2008 film)
Conspiracy is a 2008 action/drama film released as direct-to-video on March 18, 2008. The film is influenced by the classic western film noir thriller Bad Day at Black Rock , which itself was an adaptation of a short story "Bad Time at Honda" by Howard Breslin.While Bad Day at Black Rock tells the story of wounded WWII vet John J

Conspiracy (comics)
The Conspiracy is an alliance of five fictional super powered villains appearing in comic books published by American publisher, Marvel Comics.-Fictional history:

Conspiracy theory (disambiguation)
A conspiracy theory alleges an event or events to be secretly influenced by a premeditated group or groups of powerful people or organizations working together.Conspiracy theory may also refer to:

Constable (disambiguation)
A constable is a person holding a particular office, most commonly in law enforcement.Constable may also refer to:*Andrew Constable, Lord Constable , Scottish politician and judge*Albert Constable , American politician

Constabulary
Constabulary may have several definitions.*A civil, non-paramilitary force consisting of police officers called constables. This is the usual definition in Britain, in which all county police forces once bore the title

Constance
Constance is a female given name that derives from Latin and means "constant." Variations of the name include Connie, Constancia, Constanze, Constanza, Stanzy, and Konstanze.Constance may refer to:-People:*Constance Bennett , American actress

Constance (1998 film)
Constance is an erotic film for women, directed by Knud Vesterskov and produced by Puzzy Power, a division of Lars von Trier's film company Zentropa

Constance (magazine)
Constance is an annual arts and literature journal based in New Orleans, Louisiana, founded in 2006 by graphic designer Erik Kiesewetter and writer/editor Patrick Strange, who is also the ex-managing editor of Los Angeles-based Filter

Constant (disambiguation)
-In Mathematics:* Mathematical constant, a number that arises naturally in mathematics, such as π or e* Constant , a value that does not change* Constant term, of a polynomial

Constant (given name)
Constant is a given name, and may refer to:* André Henri Constant van Hasselt , Flemish poet* André Marie Constant Duméril , French zoologist* Constant Chevillon , Grand Master of the Freemasonry Rite of Memphis-Misraïm

Constant (surname)
Constant is a human name, and may refer to:*Benjamin Constant , Swiss-born thinker, writer and French politician*Benjamin Constant , Brazilian military man and political thinker

Constantin
Constantin is a Bulgarian, French, Romanian and Russian male given name. It can also be a surname.For a list of notable people called Constantin, see Constantine .

Constantine
Constantine most commonly refers to one of the following:*Constantine , a given name and surname*Constantine I, Roman Emperor from 306 to 337, commonly known as Constantine the GreatIt may also refer to:- People :Roman/Byzantine Emperors

Constantine (album)
Constantine is the solo debut album of rock singer Constantine Maroulis. It debuted at #75 on the Billboard 200, selling around 9,000 copies in its first week.- Track listing :#"Girl Like You"#"Several Thousand"#"Everybody Loves"

Constantine (video game)
Constantine is an action-adventure video game developed by Bits Studios and published by THQ in 2005 for the Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 2 and Xbox.It is a movie tie-in license of the Warner Bros

Constantinople (disambiguation)
Constantinople may refer to:* Constantinople, historic city name of present-day Istanbul in Turkey** See Byzantium, Names of Istanbul* The See of the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople* Constantinople Records* Constantinople, a song by The Residents

ConStellation
ConStellation may refer to:* The 41st World Science Fiction Convention, ConStellation, held in Baltimore in 1983* Con†Stellation, an annual general-interest science fiction convention held in Huntsville, Alabama, since 1982

Constellation (Fabergé egg)
The Constellation Egg is one of two Easter eggs made under the supervision of Peter Carl Fabergé in 1917, for the last Tsar of Russia, Nicholas II

Constellation (film)
Constellation is a film that was released by Codeblack Entertainment and 20th Century Fox in 2007. Prior to theatrical release the film won several Audience and Jury Awards at Festivals. It had its French Premiere in Cannes,

Constellations
Constellations: An International Journal of Critical and Democratic Theory is a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal of critical and democratic theory and successor of Praxis International. It is edited by Andrew Arato, Amy Allen, and Andreas Kalyvas

Constellations (book)
Constellations is a science fiction anthology of all-new short stories edited by Peter Crowther, the fourth in his themed science fiction anthology series for DAW Books. The stories are all intended to be inspired by the theme of constellations. The book was published in 2005

Constipation
Constipation refers to bowel movements that are infrequent or hard to pass. Constipation is a common cause of painful defecation

Constituency (administrative division)
Constituency is used as a term for an administrative division in Namibia and the Canton of St. Gallen in Switzerland.

Constituency (France)
France is divided into 577 constituencies for the legislative elections . Members of Parliament to the National Assembly are elected in a two round system to a term fixed to a maximum of five years

Constituent
-In politics:*Electoral district or constituency*Constituent , an individual voter within an electoral constituency*Interest group or constituency*Constituent assembly*entity forming part of a sovereign state:**Constituent state**Constituent country

Constitution (corporate)
A constitution is the set of regulations which govern the conduct of non-political entities, whether incorporated or not. Such entities include corporations and voluntary associations.

Constitution (disambiguation)
Constitution or constitutional may refer to:*Constitution , the highest laws of a sovereign state, a federated state, a country or other polity*Constitution , the regulations governing the affairs of a legal person

Constraint
Constraint is an element factor or a subsystem that works as a bottleneck. It restricts an entity, project, or system from achieving its potential with reference to its goal.

Constraint
Constraint is an element factor or a subsystem that works as a bottleneck. It restricts an entity, project, or system from achieving its potential with reference to its goal.

Constraint (information theory)
Constraint in information theory refers to the degree of statistical dependence between or among variables.Garner provides a thorough discussion of various forms of constraint with application to pattern recognition and psychology.

Constraint (mathematics)
In mathematics, a constraint is a condition that a solution to an optimization problem must satisfy. There are two types of constraints: equality constraints and inequality constraints

Construct (comics)
Construct is a fictional character, an artificial intelligence in the DC Universe. It first appeared in Justice League of America #142 .-Fictional character biography:

Construct (philosophy of science)
A construct in the philosophy of science is an ideal object, where the existence of the thing may be said to depend upon a subject's mind. This, as opposed to a "real" object, where existence does not seem to depend on the existence of a mind.

Construct (python library)
Construct is a python library for the construction and deconstruction of data structures in a declarative fashion. In this context, construction, or building, refers to the process of converting a programmatic object into a binary representation

Construction (Cage)
Construction is the title of several pieces by American composer John Cage, all scored for unorthodox percussion instruments. The pieces were composed in 1939–42 while Cage was working at the Cornish School of the Arts in Seattle, Washington and touring the West Coast with a percussion ensemble he and Lou Harrison had founded. The series comprises three Constructions

Construction paper
Construction paper is a tough, coarse, colored paper. The texture is slightly rough, and the surface is unfinished. Due to the source material, small particles are visible on the paper’s surface. It is used for projects or crafts.

Constructivism
Constructivism may refer to:* Constructivist epistemology, the philosophical view* Constructivism in international relations* Constructivism , a philosophical view on mathematical proofs and existence of mathematical objects

Constructivism (psychological school)
In psychology, constructivism concerns the world of constructivist psychologies. Many schools of psychotherapy self-define themselves as “constructivist”. Although extraordinarily different in their therapeutic techniques, they are all connected by a common critique to previous standard approaches and by shared assumptions about the constructive nature of knowledge

Constructor (software)
Constructor is an extended version of the CAD software ArchiCAD from Graphisoft.It includes construction related tools and extends Building Information Modeling capabilities of ArchiCAD so that the building 3D model can be connected to popular scheduling applications, and cost estimating packages.- External links :**

Consubstantiation
Consubstantiation is a theological doctrine that attempts to describe the nature of the Christian Eucharist in concrete metaphysical terms. It holds that during the sacrament, the fundamental "substance" of the body and blood of Christ are present alongside the substance of the bread and wine, which remain present

Consuetudinary
Consuetudinary is a term applied to law where the rule of law is determined by long-standing custom as opposed to case law or statute.

Consul
Consul was the highest elected office of the Roman Republic and an appointive office under the Empire. The title was also used in other city states and also revived in modern states, notably in the First French Republic

Consultant
A consultant is a professional who provides professional or expert advice in a particular area such as management, accountancy, the environment, entertainment, technology, law , human resources, marketing, emergency management, food production, medicine, finance, life management, economics, public affairs, communication, engineering, sound

Consultation
The Consultation served as the provisional government of Mexican Texas from November 1835 through March 1836 during the Texas Revolution. Tensions rose in Texas during early 1835 as throughout Mexico federalists began to oppose the increasingly centralist policies of the government. In the summer, Texans elected delegates to a political convention to be held in Gonzales in mid-October

Consultation
Consultation may refer to:* Public consultation, a process by which the public's input on matters affecting them is sought* Consultation , the 1835 Texas meeting of colonists on a proposed rebellion against the Republic of Mexico

Consultation (media)
Consultation Refers to the relationship between a media service provider and media services consumer.An information services centre must be established, this comprises a media organization which has a large amount of information at its disposal

Consulting
Consulting is providing advice in a particular area of expertise. This is not the same as customer service. Specific types of consulting include:*Professional Engineering Various Disciplines*Management consulting*Medical practice consulting cf

Consumed
Consumed were a punk rock band from the outskirts of Nottingham, England. Primarily consisting of brothers Steve and Mike Ford who provided the songwriting, vocals and guitars. They were signed to Fat Wreck Chords then moved to Golf Records shortly before the release of their final album Pistols at Dawn

Consumed (Law & Order: Criminal Intent episode)
"Consumed" is the third season finale episode of the television series Law & Order: Criminal Intent.-Plot summary:Three Hispanic men are found dead, all shot within a 10-minute period in an apparent hate crime

Consumer Price Index (United Kingdom)
The Consumer Price Index is the official measure of inflation of consumer prices of the United Kingdom. It is also called the Harmonised Index of Consumer Prices .-History:

Consumerist (blog)
The Consumerist is a consumer affairs blog owned by Consumer Reports with posts provided by regular daily contributors. The blog's focus is on consumerism and consumers' experiences and issues with companies and corporations, concentrating mostly on U.S. consumers

Consummate
Consummation or consummation of a marriage, in many traditions and statutes of civil or religious law, is the first act of sexual intercourse between two individuals, following their marriage to each other

Consummation
Consummation is the initial sexual act made within a marriage.Consummation can also refer to:* Consummation , 1970 recordingSee also:* Consummation of days, event predicted in Daniel Chapter 12, verses 1-4

Consumption
Consumption may refer to:Economics* Use of final goods by a consumer until disposal* Consumption * Consumption function, an economic formula* Consumption Sociology* Consumption Other

Conta
Conta is a genus of catfishes of the family Erethistidae. It includes two species, C. conta and C. pectinata.-Distribution and habitat:

Contact
Contact may refer to:-Social interaction:* Contact , a person who can offer help in achieving goals* Contact * First contact , an initial meeting of two cultures

Contact (game)
Contact is a word-guessing game for three or more players.In Contact, one person thinks of a word , and the objective of the other players is to guess that target word, one letter at a time, by giving clues hard enough to stump the wordmaster but easy enough that another player can "make contact" with the clue

Contact (Indo G album)
Contact is the eighth studio album by rapper Indo G. It was made in collaboration with Lil Blunt.-Track listing:# "Intro" - 1:23# "Get the Hell Out of Here" - 4:07# "Holla at Cha Boy" - 4:41

Contact (Mad Heads album)
Contact is the fourth album from the Ukrainian psychobilly band Mad Heads. It was released in Ukraine and in Germany and it was the first album consisting only of Ukrainian and Russian language songs.

Contact (Minori Chihara album)
Contact is Minori Chihara's second solo album. It was first announced to be released at a press conference held during August 16th, 2007 as part of her singing career revival and contains the titular tracks from her two CD singles: Junpaku Sanctuary and Kimi ga Kureta Anohi. Its first pressing is a "Silver Limited Edition" including a foil slipcase and quad-fold digipak

Contact (Thirteen Senses album)
Contact is the second major label album from Thirteen Senses. Released in the UK on the 2 April 2007, it includes the single All the Love in Your Hands. It was originally scheduled for release on 22 January 2007, however, due to more songs being written and recorded, the release was postponed

Contact Sport
-Track listing:#"Bumpers and Rear Ends"- 3:21#"You Doing It"- 3:43#"Contact Sport"- 3:11#"Do That"- 3:25#"Do Wit You Now"- 3:45#"Gettin Money"- 3:08#"No Can Do"- 4:00#"Not Listening"- 3:53#"Shake It"- 3:17#"Played You"- 4:01#"Aaadddimin"- 3:22

Farm equipment
Agricultural machinery is any kind of machinery used on a farm to help with farming. The best-known example of this kind is the tractor.-Soil cultivation:*Cultivator*Cultipacker*Chisel plow*Mulch tiller*Harrow**Spike harrow**Drag harrow

Farm Gate
Farm Gate was the codename for an American air force mission in Vietnam.In the early 1960s, the US armed forces were developing units specifically designed to counter guerrilla warfare

Farm to Market Road
In the United States, a farm-to-market road or ranch-to-market road is a state road or county road which serves to connect rural or agricultural areas to market towns

Farmall tractor
Farmall was a model name and later a brand name for tractors manufactured by International Harvester . The Farmall name was usually presented as McCormick-Deering Farmall and later McCormick Farmall in the evolving brand architecture of IH.

Farmers Weekly
Farmers Weekly is a magazine aimed at the British farming industry. It provides news; business features; a weekly digest of facts and figures about British, European and world agriculture; and Livestock, Arable and Machinery sections with reports on technical developments, farm sales and analysis of prices.-History:The first issue was on June 22, 1934, costing 2d

Farnworth
Farnworth is within the Metropolitan Borough of Bolton in Greater Manchester, England. It is located southeast of Bolton, 6 miles south-west of Bury , and northwest of Manchester.

Farofa
Farofa is a toasted manioc flour mixture, though variants are made with maize flour , and flavors can vary. It is eaten in South America and West Africa, especially in Brazil and Nigeria, where a variant is known as gari. It can be found commercially produced and packaged but is often prepared at home based on family recipes

Farrer Memorial Agricultural High School
Farrer Memorial Agricultural High School is an academically selective, day and boarding, Public high school for boys, located at Calala, a small suburb of Tamworth, in northern New South Wales, Australia

Fasciola gigantica
Fasciola gigantica is a parasitic flatworm of the class Trematoda, which causes tropical fascioliasis. It is regarded as one of the most important single platyhelminth infections of ruminants in Asia and Africa

Fashion Institute of Technology
The Fashion Institute of Technology, generally known as FIT, is a State University of New York college of art, business, design, and technology connected to the fashion industry, with an urban campus located on West 27th Street between Seventh and Eighth Avenues in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan , New York City

Fast food
Fast food is the term given to food that can be prepared and served very quickly. While any meal with low preparation time can be considered to be fast food, typically the term refers to food sold in a restaurant or store with preheated or precooked ingredients, and served to the customer in a packaged form for take-out/take-away

Fast food advertising
Fast food advertising is the promotion of fast food products and ventures through a variety of media. Fast food advertising campaigns are not as highly regulated as some other products, such as those imposed on alcohol advertising, but there are often public calls for their promotion to be minimized.-Campaign intentions:Advertising campaigns for fast food restaurants have changed in

Fastener
A fastener is a hardware device that mechanically joins or affixes two or more objects together.Fasteners can also be used to close a container such as a bag, a box, or an envelope; or they may involve keeping together the sides of an opening of flexible material, attaching a lid to a container, etc. There are also special-purpose closing devices, e.g. a bread clip

Faster-than-light
Faster-than-light communications and travel refer to the propagation of information or matter faster than the speed of light.

Fasting and Abstinence in the Roman Catholic Church
For Roman Catholics, fasting is the reduction of one's intake of food to one full meal a day. This may or may not be accompanied by abstinence from meat when eating.

FastStone Image Viewer
FastStone Image Viewer is an image viewer and organizer for Microsoft Windows, provided free of charge for personal and educational use, .- Features :Highlights:* Relatively fast HQ image/thumbnail viewing, using Lanczos resampling algorithm

Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids
Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids is an animated series created, produced, and hosted by comedian Bill Cosby, who also lent his voice to a number of characters, including Fat Albert himself. Filmation was the production company for the series. The show premiered in 1972 and ran until 1985

Fat Friends
Fat Friends is an ITV drama , following a group of overweight people, their laughter and pain and addresses the absurdities of dieting in our modern age. The drama looks at people and how they relate to one another and use body weight as an excuse for all sorts of failings in their relationships, or not living their lives to the full

Fat Man and Little Boy
Fat Man and Little Boy is a 1989 film that reenacts the Manhattan Project, the secret Allied endeavor to develop the first nuclear weapons during World War II. The film is named after the nuclear weapons known by the code names "Fat Man" and "Little Boy". The code names can be taken for joking references to the project director, stout Gen

Fateh Ali Khan (Qawwali Singer)
Fateh Ali Khan was born in Lyallpur, Punjab, British India in 1901. Ustad Fateh Ali Khan was the father of Qawwali musician, Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan. Their family has an unbroken tradition of Qawwali for over 600 years

Fatehpur Sikri
Fatehpur Sikri is a city and a municipal board in Agra district in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India. Built near the much older Sikri, the historical city of Fatehabad, as it was first named, was constructed by Mughal emperor Akbar beginning in 1570

Father Brown
Father Brown is a fictional character created by English novelist G. K. Chesterton, who stars in 52 short stories, later compiled in five books. Chesterton based the character on Father John O'Connor , a parish priest in Bradford who was involved in Chesterton's conversion to Catholicism in 1922

Father Goose (film)
Father Goose is a 1964 romantic comedy film set in World War II, starring Cary Grant, Leslie Caron and Trevor Howard. The title derives from "Mother Goose", the codename assigned to Grant's character

Father Guido Sarducci
Father Guido Sarducci is a fictional character made famous by American comedian Don Novello. Sarducci, a chain-smoking priest with tinted eyeglasses, works in the United States as gossip columnist and rock critic for the Vatican newspaper L'Osservatore Romano .-Background:Novello

Father Knows Best
Father Knows Best is an American radio and television comedy series which portrayed a middle class family life in the Midwest. It was created by writer Ed James in the 1940s.-Radio:

Father MC
Father MC African American rapper Timothy Brown achieved success in the early 1990s on the Uptown Records label. Discovered and signed by then-Uptown executive Sean "Puffy" Combs, he is best known for introducing the public to Uptown's successful R&B act Jodeci in the track, "Treat Them Like They Want to Be Treated" and up-and-comer Mary J. Blige

Father Michael McGivney Catholic Academy
Father Michael McGivney Catholic Academy is a Catholic high school of the York Catholic District School Board. It is located at the intersection of 14th Avenue and McCowan Road in the town of Markham, Ontario. The school was founded by the York Catholic District School Board in 1989 and is named in honour of Father Michael J

Father Nelson Baker
Nelson Henry Baker was a Roman Catholic priest and church administrator in the Buffalo, New York area. At the time of his death in 1936, the "city of charity" he developed under the patronage of Our Lady of Victory in Lackawanna, NY consisted of a minor basilica, an infant home, a home for unwed mothers, a boys' orphanage, a boys’ protectory, a

Fathers 4 Justice
Fathers 4 Justice began as a fathers’ rights organisation in the United Kingdom. It became prominent and frequently discussed in the media following a series of high-visibility stunts and protests often in costume. It was temporarily disbanded in January 2006, following allegations of a plot by members to kidnap the youngest son of then-Prime Minister Tony Blair

Fatigue
Fatigue may refer to:*Fatigue , structural damage from repeated loading*Fatigue , a state of physical and/or mental weakness*Fatigue , safety implications of tiredness

Fatima
-People:* Fatima , a female given name of Arabic origin* Fatima bint Muhammad, daughter of the Islamic prophet, Muhammad* Fatima Jinnah, the younger sister of Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Fatima College
Fatima College is a government-assisted, highly-selective Roman Catholic boys' secondary school in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago. It was established in 1945 and had an enrollment of 895 students . The school was established and is run by the Holy Ghost Fathers, an international Roman Catholic religious community

Fatima Jinnah
Fatima Jinnah , was one of the figurative and pioneering woman figure in Pakistan Movement and was the younger sister of Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan. An active political figure in the movement for independence from the British Raj, she is commonly known in Pakistan as Khātūn-e Pākistān and Māder-e Millat

Fatima Surayya Bajia
Fatima Surayya Bajia PP , is a renowned Urdu novelist, playwright and drama writer of Pakistan. She has been awarded various awards at home and abroad including Japan's highest civil award in recognition of her works

Fatima Zakaria
Fatima Zakaria was an editor of the Mumbai Times and is now the editor of the Taj magazine of the Taj Hotels. Her office is in the Taj Mahal Hotel in Mumbai. She is the widow of Rafiq Zakaria, who was an Indian politician and Islamic scholar

Fault-block mountain
Fault-block landforms are formed when large areas of bedrock are widely broken up by faults creating large vertical displacements of continental crust.

Faun
The faun is a rustic forest god or place-spirit of Roman mythology often associated with Greek satyrs and the Greek god Pan.-Origins:

Fauna of Australia
The fauna of Australia consists of a huge variety of animals; some 83% of mammals, 89% of reptiles, 90% of fish and insects and 93% of amphibians that inhabit the continent are endemic to Australia

Fauvism
Fauvism is the style of les Fauves , a short-lived and loose group of early twentieth-century Modern artists whose works emphasized painterly qualities and strong colour over the representational or realistic values retained by Impressionism

Favela
A favela is the generally used term for a shanty town in Brazil. In the late 18th century, the first settlements were called bairros africanos . This was the place where former slaves with no land ownership and no options for work lived. Over the years, many freed black slaves moved in

Favignana
Favignana is a comune including three islands of the Aegadian Islands, southern Italy

Faworki
Angel wings are a traditional sweet crisp pastry made out of dough that has been shaped into thin twisted ribbons, deep-fried and sprinkled with powdered sugar. Traditionally present in several European cuisines, angel wings are known by many other names and have been incorporated into other regional cuisines by immigrant populations

Faye Barker
Faye Barker is a British newsreader and journalist currently employed by ITN where she presents on ITV News and ITV London.-Personal life:Faye Barker is from Devon, England and is married. Her wedding took place at Bickleigh Castle, Devon, in 2007

Fayetteville, Tennessee
Fayetteville is a city in Lincoln County, Tennessee, United States. The population was 6,994 at the 2000 census. It is the county seat of Lincoln County.-History:

Faygo
Faygo or Faygo Pop is a soft drink brand headquartered in Detroit, Michigan. It is distributed in the Midwest, Mid-Atlantic, and Central Southern regions of the United States

Fazail-e-Amal
The Fazail-e-Amal , is an Islamic religious text, a compilation of selected chapters from various books, written by the Indian scholar Muhammad Zakariya Kandhlawi. An English translation of the title is The Virtues of Good Deeds.

FBI Ten Most Wanted Fugitives by year, 1963
In 1963, the United States FBI, under Director J. Edgar Hoover, continued for a fourteenth year to maintain a public list of the people it regarded as the Ten Most Wanted Fugitives.

FBI Ten Most Wanted Fugitives, 1960s
In the 1960s, for a second decade, the United States FBI continued to maintain a public list of the people it regarded as the Ten Most Wanted Fugitives

FBI Ten Most Wanted Fugitives, 1970s
The FBI's Ten Most Wanted Fugitives during the 1970s is a list, maintained for a third decade, of the Ten Most Wanted Fugitives of the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation.-FBI headlines in the 1970s:

FBLA-PBL
The Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda, or FBLA-PBL, is an American career and technical student organization that has its headquarters in Reston, Virginia

FC Anzhi Makhachkala
FC Anzhi Makhachkala is a Russian football club based in Makhachkala, capital of the Republic of Dagestan, which plays in the Russian Premier League. The word "Anzhi" is part of Anzhi-Qala the old name of Makhachkala.-History:The club was founded in 1991 and has played in the Russian league since 1992

FC Barcelona
Futbol Club Barcelona , also known as Barcelona and familiarly as Barça, is a professional football club, based in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain.

FC BATE
FC BATE Borisov is a Belarusian football team playing in the city of Borisov. They compete in the Belarusian Premier League and are the reigning champions. BATE are the only Belarusian team to have qualified for the group stage of the UEFA Champions League and for the group stage of the UEFA Europa League

FC Hansa Rostock
F.C. Hansa Rostock is a German association football club based in the city of Rostock, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. They have emerged as one of the most successful clubs from the former East Germany and have made several appearances in the 1. Bundesliga. Rostock currently compete in the 2. Bundesliga after finishing 2nd in the 3

FC Midtjylland Academy
FC Midtjylland Academy is the youth academy of FC Midtjylland. The academy consists of youth teams on under-19, under-17 and under-15 basis.-History:

FC Rubin Kazan
FC Rubin Kazan is a Russian association football club based in the city of Kazan . Rubin won the Russian Premier League championship in 2008 and 2009.-History:

FC Torpedo Kutaisi
FC Torpedo Kutaisi is a Georgian professional football club based in Kutaisi, Georgia's second largest city. ‘Torpedo Kutaisi’ was founded in 1946 and in just three years the club became the winner of the Football Championship of that time. By the end of 1964, the Football Federation of the former Soviet Union published a list of the best soccer players and 5 among them - R

FC Torrevieja
Fútbol Club Torrevieja is a Spanish football team based in Torrevieja, in the autonomous community of Valencia. Founded in 1993, it plays in Tercera División - Group 6, holding home games at Estadio Vicente García, with a capacity of 8,000 seats.-History:

FC Tundzha
FC Tundzha is a Bulgarian football club based in Yambol, currently playing in the Bulgarian V AFG, the third division of Bulgarian football. Its home stadium "Tundzha" has a capacity of 5000 seats. Club colors are blue and yellow. The club was officially founded in 1915

FCE Ultra
FCEUX is an open source Nintendo Entertainment System and Family Computer Disk System emulator. It is a merger of various forks of FCE Ultra.-Multiplayer support:

Fear (film)
Fear is a 1996 thriller film directed by James Foley, starring Mark Wahlberg, Reese Witherspoon, William Petersen, Amy Brenneman and Alyssa Milano. It has been remade in Bollywood twice as Inteha and Aetbaar

Fear and Trembling
Fear and Trembling is an influential philosophical work by Søren Kierkegaard, published in 1843 under the pseudonym Johannes de silentio

Fear mongering
Fear mongering is the use of fear to influence the opinions and actions of others towards some specific end

Feargal Sharkey
Feargal Sharkey is a singer from Northern Ireland who first found fame as the lead vocalist of pop punk band The Undertones

Feasibility study
Feasibility studies aim to objectively and rationally uncover the strengths and weaknesses of the existing business or proposed venture, opportunities and threats as presented by the environment, the resources required to carry through, and ultimately the prospects for success. In its simplest term, the two criteria to judge feasibility are cost required and value to be attained

Feather
Feathers are one of the epidermal growths that form the distinctive outer covering, or plumage, on birds and some non-avian theropod dinosaurs. They are considered the most complex integumentary structures found in vertebrates, and indeed a premier example of a complex evolutionary novelty. They are among the characteristics that distinguish the extant Aves from other living groups

Feces
Feces, faeces, or fæces is a waste product from an animal's digestive tract expelled through the anus or cloaca during defecation.-Etymology:

Fed-batch
A fed-batch is a biotechnological batch process which is based on feeding of a growth limiting nutrient substrate to a culture.The fed-batch strategy is typically used in bio-industrial processes to reach a high cell density in the bioreactor.

Federal
Federal or foederal may refer to:In politics:*Federal monarchy, a federation of monarchies or a federal organised monarchy*Federal district, a subdivision in a federal state that is under the direct control of a federal government