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Cranberry (disambiguation)
The cranberry is a group of evergreen dwarf shrubs, bearing the fruit named after such. It is also a color , but the following may also refer to Cranberry:-Places:*Cranberry Isles, Maine*Cranberry Portage, Manitoba

Crane or cranes may be:* Crane , an industrial machinery for lifting** Container crane, a machine for lifting intermodal containers** Crane , a crane suited to use on railroads* Crane , a large, long-necked bird

Geranium is a genus of 422 species of flowering annual, biennial, and perennial plants that are commonly known as the cranesbills. It is found throughout the temperate regions of the world and the mountains of the tropics, but mostly in the eastern part of the Mediterranean region. The long, palmately cleft leaves are broadly circular in form

Cranial may refer to:* an adjective related to the cranium* Anatomical terms of location* Cranial cavity* Cranial Osteopathy

Cranial cavity
The cranial cavity, or intracranial space, is the space formed inside the skull. The brain occupies the cranial cavity, which is lined by the meninges and which contains cerebrospinal fluid to cushion blows.

Cranium (anatomy)
In mammals, the neurocranium or braincase is the back part of the skull and houses the brain. In front of it is the interorbital region. The size of the braincase is variable among mammals. The roof may contain ridges such as the temporal crests. Below the braincase is a complex of foramina and bones, including the foramen magnum which houses the neural spine

-Mechanism:* Crank , in mechanical engineering, a bent portion of an axle, or shaft, or an arm keyed at right angles to the end of a shaft, by which motion is imparted to or received from it

Crank (Hoodoo Gurus album)
Crank was iconic Australian rock group Hoodoo Gurus' sixth studio album. The album was produced by Ed Stasium , who had mixed Hoodoo Gurus last studio album, Kinky in 1991. It was the band's first release on Zoo Records

Crank (novel)
Crank is a novel by Ellen Hopkins published in 2004.- Synopsis :Kristina, a gifted, quiet, well-behaved girl high school junior goes to Reno, Nevada to see her father. When she goes, the first night she meets a boy named Adam. They are instantly attracted to each other

Crank (soundtrack)
The soundtrack album for the film Crank was released on August 22, 2006.-Track listing:#A Warrior's Death#"Metal Health" by Quiet Riot#Nasal Spray#"Trix Are for Kids" by The Crowd#You Stop, You Die#"Bandera" by Control Machete

In an internal combustion engine of the reciprocating type, the crankcase is the housing for the crankshaft. The enclosure forms the largest cavity in the engine and is located below the cylinder, which in a multicylinder engine are usually integrated into one or several cylinder blocks

Cranky may refer to:* Irritability* Cranky, a form of moving panorama performance operated by a crank* Cranky Kong, a character from the Donkey Kong video game series

Crap may refer to:*Crap, a slang word for feces, also used to describe something substandard*Craps, a casino dice game*Crap Grisch, a mountain in the Lepontine Alps, situated near Vals in the canton of Graubünden in Switzerland

Crape is a silk, wool, or polyester fabric of a gauzy texture, having a peculiar crisp or crimpy appearance.

Craps is a dice game in which players place wagers on the outcome of the roll, or a series of rolls, of a pair of dice. Players may wager money against each other or a bank

-People:* Hendrik Constantijn Cras , Dutch jurist* Jean Cras , French composer-Places:Cras is the name or part of the name of several communes of France:* Cras, in the Isère department* Cras, in the Lot department

-Sudden events:* Collision, an impact between two moving objects**Traffic collision, also known as a car crash**Aviation accidents and incidents, airplane crash* Crash , a condition where a program ceases to respond

Crash (1978 film)
Crash is a made-for-TV docudrama released in 1978. The movie recounts the true story of Eastern Airlines Flight 401, a Lockheed L-1011 TriStar which crashed in the Florida Everglades near Miami, Florida on the night of December 29, 1972 in what was the first crash of a wide-body aircraft

Crash (Billy \"Crash\" Craddock album)
Crash is a country album by Billy "Crash" Craddock. It was released in 1976 on the ABC/Dot label.-Track listing:#"Broken Down in Tiny Pieces"#"Don Juan"#"In The Middle Of The Night"#"A Tear Fell"#"Footprints On The Windshield Upside Down"

Crash (card game)
Crash is a British card game extension of Nine-card Brag. In Crash, there is no betting, as in Brag, but rather players aim to reach a total of 11 points, gained over successive deals, or else to 'crash', meaning to win the game outright by means of winning all four tricks in one deal.-Gameplay:Players are dealt 13 cards each and must sort their hand into 4 Brag hands of three cards,

Crash (Royseven song)
"Crash" is a song by the Irish alternative rock sestet, Royseven, found on their debut album, The Art of Insincerity. The song was released as their debut single in Germany in January 2007 and in Ireland as their fourth single on September 14, 2007.

Crash (South Korean band)
-History:Crash was formed in 1991 with the lineup of Ahn Heung-Chan , Jung Yong-Wook and Yoon Doo-Byung . They were also the first Korean band provoking slam dance and stage diving in their concert.

Crash (UK band)
Crash were an indie rock band formed in 1985 in New York City, who took their name from the J. G. Ballard novel. The band moved to London in 1987

Crash Course
Crash Course is a 1988 made for television teen film directed by Oz Scott.-Plot:Crash Course centers on a group of high schoolers in a driver’s education class; many for the second or third time

Crash Landing
"Crash Landing" is the only single by Route 1. The single features ex-Atomic Kitten member, Jenny Frost. "Crash Landing" is commonly, yet mistakenly, referred to as a single by Jenny Frost featuring Route 1 because the CD cover features only her with her name in a larger font.-Charts:

Crash Landing (album)
Captain Coconut is actually a composite of three separate pieces of music that had nothing to do with each other. Engineer John Jansen was going through the Hendrix catalogue to find music to be used in the film "Rainbow Bridge"

Crashed (Daughtry song)
"Crashed" is the third U.S. rock single, , from the band Daughtry's debut album. It was released only to U.S. rock stations on September 5, 2007

Crass are an English punk rock band that was formed in 1977, which promoted anarchism as a political ideology, way of living, and as a resistance movement. Crass popularised the seminal anarcho-punk movement of the punk subculture, and advocated direct action, animal rights, and environmentalism

Crassulaceae, or the orpine family, are a family of dicotyledons. They store water in their succulent leaves. They are found worldwide, but mostly occur in the Northern Hemisphere and southern Africa, typically in dry and/or cold areas where water may be scarce

Crassus (disambiguation)
Crassus was a cognomen of the gens Licinia. Prominent Romans who carried the name include:*Marcus Licinius Crassus, triumvir*Publius Licinius Crassus DivesFor prosopographical lists of others with the name Crassus, see:* Licinii Crassi

A crate is a large shipping container, often made of wood, typically used to transport large, heavy or awkward items. A crate has a self-supporting structure, with or without sheathing. For a wooden container to be a crate, all six of its sides must be put in place to result in the rated strength of the container

Crater may refer to:In landforms:*Impact crater, caused by two celestial bodies impacting each other, such as a meteorite hitting a planet*Volcanic crater or caldera, formed by volcanic activity

Crater (album)
Crater is the debut album from the Swedish melodic death/thrash metal band, Fission.-Track listing:#"Mechanism" – 0:43#"Crater" – 4:44#"Accelerator" – 5:02#"Empty Nimbus" – 3:16#"Magnetism" – 5:55#"Catastrophe Consumer" – 3:49

Crater (Yemen)
Crater, also Kraytar, is one of the unofficial names of the oldest districts of the port city of Aden. Its official name is Seera . It is situated in a crater of an ancient volcano which forms the Shamsan Mountains

Crater Lake (Deathlands novel)
Crater Lake is the fourth book in the series of Deathlands. It was written by Laurence James under the house name James Axler.In the Deathlands the past and the future are clashing with frightening force.-External links:*

Crater Lake (disambiguation)
Crater Lake may refer to:*Crater lake, a general term*Crater Lake, a lake in Oregon, United States.*Crater Lake , a lake in Luzon, Philippines.*Crater Lake , a lake in Elk Mountains of Colorado.

Crave or craving may refer to:* Hunger* A food craving* Craving , a psychological withdrawal symptom* Crave , a 2002 album by Cyclefly* Crave , a play by Sarah Kane* Crave , an R&B musical group

Crave (album)
Crave is the second album from the band Cyclefly, released on 8 April 2002. The album, originally called Tales from the Fish Bowl, had a vote by fans to decide the album art.- Track listing :#"No Stress" - 3:46

Crave (band)
Crave is an American hip hop and R&B musical group from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.Made up of singers Mandell Loman, Maurice Walker and Manny Deanda, the group self-released an album, Demboyz, in 2005. The band signed with Universal Records in 2007. They released a single, "Freaky Deaky", in collaboration with Miami-based hip hop/R&B group Pretty Ricky

Craven is a local government district in North Yorkshire, England that came into being in 1974, centred on the market town of Skipton. In the changes to British local government of that year this district was formed as the merger of Skipton urban district, Settle Rural District and most of Skipton Rural District, all in the West Riding of Yorkshire

Craving (Fayray album)
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Craw may refer to:*Craw , a math rock band from Cleveland, Ohio*Craw , a surname *Crop , or craw, an anatomical structure*[ ]], an abreviation of Centre de Recherche de l'Agriculture Wallonne

- In Canada :* Crawford Bay Airport, British Columbia* Crawford Lake Conservation Area, Ontario- In the United Kingdom :* Crawford, a small village near Rainford, Merseyside* Crawford, South Lanarkshire, Scotland home to …

Crawl or crawling may refer to:*Crawling , Crawling occurs when the glaze hasn't properly adhered to the bisqued clay.*Crawling , any of several types of human quadrupedal gait

Crawl or crawling may refer to:*Crawling , Crawling occurs when the glaze hasn't properly adhered to the bisqued clay.*Crawling , any of several types of human quadrupedal gait

Crawl (EP)
Crawl is an EP by the Swedish death metal band Entombed. It was released in 1990 by Earache Records as an appetizer to the new album Clandestine. This EP featured Orvar Säfström from Nirvana 2002 on vocals.-Track listing:# "Crawl" – 5:32

Crawl (song)
"Crawl" is the first single from New Zealand rock band Atlas released in 2007. It was featured on their debut album Reasons for Voyaging. It is one of the most successful New Zealand rock songs of the 21st century, staying atop the charts for seven weeks.-Track listing:#"Crawl"#"Is This Real"#"Crawl" #"Is This Real"

Crawler may refer to:* Crawler, a person who crawls or creeps along the ground* Crawler , a British rock band* Crawler-transporter, a vehicle used to move space vehicles on Earth

Crawlspace may refer to:* Crawl space, a type of basement in which one cannot stand up* Crawlspace , a 1986 horror/thriller film starring Klaus Kinski* Crawlspace , a 2004 animated short film by Peter Sved

Crawlspace (band)
-History:In the early 1990s guitarist and vocalist, Russell Smith, met drummer, Chris Webber, the two sharing a musical background in Grunge-rock. They were then joined by bassist and vocalist Daniel Bowles, who had experience in a techno style band in the UK

Crawlspace (film)
Crawlspace is a 1986 horror/thriller film starring Klaus Kinski as Karl Guenther, the crazed son of a Nazi doctor, who is obsessed with trapping young women and then slowly torturing them to death

Crayon (band)
Crayon was an indiepop band from Washington State featuring Brad Roberts , Sean Tollefson and Jeff Fell .-History:

Crayons (album)
Crayons is the seventeenth studio album by American singer Donna Summer released on May 20, 2008 in the United States. It is her first album of original material since 1991's Mistaken Identity.- Overview :

Crazy may refer to:* InsanityIn print media:* Crazy Magazine , a comic magazine* Crazy, a novel by Benjamin LebertIn movies:* Crazy , a 1999 documentary by Heddy Honigmann

Crazy (Dream song)
"Crazy" is a single released in 2003 by the girl group, Dream. It was the group's last single before they finally broke up. It was also the only released single to feature the group's new member, Kasey Sheridan. It also featured a guest appearance by rapper Loon. The song was originally titled "Krazy" and featured rapper Eve, but the name was changed to "Crazy"

Crazy (Eternal song)
"Crazy" is an EP single by Eternal. It was the sixth and final single to be released from their debut album Always & Forever. This was also the only Eternal single to feature all members of the group singing lead vocals, where usually it would only have been lead singer Easther Bennett. The single entered and peaked at #15 on 18 December 1994 on the UK Singles Chart

Crazy (Expatriate song)
"Crazy" is the third single from Sydney band Expatriate's debut album In the Midst of This. It came as the #4 most played song at Australia radio on the 26/03/07 chart. Promo CDs were issued of the song to radio stations however a physical single was never issued.-Video:The video debut on Rage on April 13, 2007

Crazy (Five Star song)
"Crazy" is the name of a 1984 single by British pop group Five Star. It was their third single and would later be included on their 1985 debut album Luxury of Life

Crazy (Leah Haywood song)
"Crazy" was the second single released off Leah Haywood's debut album Leah during the third quarter of 2000 in Australia. The song is co-written by Leah and A. Carlsson where it talks about a person falling for someone driving them "crazy"

Crazy (Lumidee song)
"Crazy" is a song recorded by American recording artists Lumidee and Pitbull for Lumidee's second album, Unexpected . It was written by Lumidee, Pitbull and Steven "Lenky" Marsden and produced by the latter

Crazy (The Boys song)
"Crazy" is the title of a number-one R&B single by The Boys. The hit song spent one week at number one on the US R&B chart and also reached number twenty-nine on the Billboard Hot 100..-Music video:

CREA may refer to:* Canadian Real Estate Association* Council of Republicans for Environmental Advocacy* Centre de Recherche en Epistémelogie Appliquée -- in English.

Cream is a dairy product that is composed of the higher-butterfat layer skimmed from the top of milk before homogenization. In un-homogenized milk, over time, the lighter fat rises to the top. In the industrial production of cream this process is accelerated by using centrifuges called "separators"

Foundation for Economic Education
The Foundation for Economic Education is one of the oldest free-market organizations established in the United States to study and advance the freedom philosophy. Murray Rothbard recognizes FEE for creating a "crucial open center" that he credits with launching the movement

Foundation of Melbourne
The city of Melbourne was founded in 1835. The exact circumstances of the foundation of Melbourne, and the question of who should take credit, have long been matters of dispute.-Exploration:

Founding Fathers of the United States
The Founding Fathers of the United States of America were political leaders and statesmen who participated in the American Revolution by signing the United States Declaration of Independence, taking part in the American Revolutionary War, establishing the United States Constitution, or by some other key contribution

Fountain City, Wisconsin
Fountain City is a city in Buffalo County in the U.S. state of Wisconsin. The population was 983 at the 2000 census.-History:Fountain City was originally called Holmes' Landing, after Thomas Holmes, who settled there in 1839

Fountain Place
Fountain Place is a 60-story late-modernist skyscraper in the Arts District in downtown Dallas, Texas. Standing at a structural height of , it is the fifth-tallest in Dallas, and the 15th-tallest in Texas.-Design:

Fountains Abbey
Fountains Abbey is near to Aldfield, approximately two miles southwest of Ripon in North Yorkshire, England. It is a ruined Cistercian monastery, founded in 1132. Fountains Abbey is one of the largest and best preserved Cistercian houses in England. It is a Grade I listed building and owned by the National Trust

Four Corners (United States)
The Four Corners is a region of the United States consisting of the southwestern corner of Colorado, northwestern corner of New Mexico, northeastern corner of Arizona and southeastern corner of Utah. The Four Corners area is named after the quadripoint where the boundaries of the four states meet, where the Four Corners Monument is located

Four Freedoms (Norman Rockwell)
The Four Freedoms or Four Essential Human Freedoms is a series of oil paintings produced in 1943 by the American artist Norman Rockwell. The paintings are approximately equal in dimension with measurements of ×

Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse are described in the last book of the New Testament of the Bible, called the Book of Revelation of Jesus Christ to Saint John the Evangelist at 6:1-8. The chapter tells of a "'book'/'scroll' in God's right hand that is sealed with seven seals"

Four square
Four square, also known as squareball, boxball, and in Canada, champ, is a ball game played among four individuals on a square court divided into quadrants

Four-leaf clover
The four-leaf clover is an uncommon variation of the common, three-leaved clover. According to tradition, such leaves bring good luck to their finders, especially if found accidentally

Four-Power Authorities
Following the defeat of Nazi Germany and then the partition of German territory, two Four-Power Authorities, in which the four main victor nations , were created.

Four-toed hedgehog
The Four-toed Hedgehog , or African Pygmy Hedgehog, is a species of hedgehog found throughout much of central and eastern Africa.

Fourier series
In mathematics, a Fourier series decomposes periodic functions or periodic signals into the sum of a set of simple oscillating functions, namely sines and cosines

Fourier transform
In mathematics, Fourier analysis is a subject area which grew from the study of Fourier series. The subject began with the study of the way general functions may be represented by sums of simpler trigonometric functions

Fourier transform spectroscopy
Fourier transform spectroscopy is a measurement technique whereby spectra are collected based on measurements of the coherence of a radiative source, using time-domain or space-domain measurements of the electromagnetic radiation or other type of radiation.

Fourteen Points
The Fourteen Points was a speech given by United States President Woodrow Wilson to a joint session of Congress on January 8, 1918. The address was intended to assure the country that the Great War was being fought for a moral cause and for postwar peace in Europe

Fourteen unanswerable questions
The phrase fourteen unanswerable questions , in Buddhism, refers to fourteen common philosophical questions that Buddha refused to answer, according to Buddhist Sanskrit texts

Fourth dimension
In mathematics, four-dimensional space is an abstract concept derived by generalizing the rules of three-dimensional space. It has been studied by mathematicians and philosophers for almost three hundred years, both for its own interest and for the insights it offered into mathematics and related fields.Algebraically it is generated by applying the rules of vectors and

Fourth Way (book)
The Fourth Way is a book about the Fourth Way system of self-development as introduced by Greek-Armenian philosopher G.I. Gurdjieff and is a compilation of the lectures of P. D. Ouspensky at London and New York, 1921-1946, published posthumously by his students in 1957

Fourth World Conference on Women
The United Nations convened the Fourth World Conference on Women: Action for Equality, Development and Peace on 4-15 September 1995 in Beijing, China. 189 governments and more than 5,000 representatives from 2,100 non-governmental organizations participated in the Conference

Fourth-generation Chevrolet Camaro
The fourth-generation Chevrolet Camaro debuted for the 1993 model year on an updated F-body platform. It would retain the same characteristic since the first-generation's introduction back in 1967; 2-doors, 2+2 seating, available as a coupe or convertible, rear-wheel drive, and a choice of V6 and V8 powerplants

Fowl is a word for birds in general but usually refers to birds belonging to one of two biological orders, namely the gamefowl or landfowl and the waterfowl

Fowler Ridge Wind Farm
The Fowler Ridge Wind Farm currently consists of two completed phases with the possibility of a third phase some time in the near future. The wind farm is in Benton County, Indiana, near the city of Fowler, IN about northwest of Lafayette and northwest of Indianapolis

Fox is a common name for many species of omnivorous mammals belonging to the Canidae family. Foxes are small to medium-sized canids , characterized by possessing a long narrow snout, and a bushy tail .Members of about 37 species are referred to as foxes, of which only 12 species actually belong to the Vulpes

Fox Football Fone-in
Fox Football Fone-in was a football telephone call-in program that was shown on Monday evenings on Fox Soccer Channel during the August to May Premier League season. However as of August 2010, the show was cancelled

Fox News Channel
Fox News Channel , often called Fox News, is a cable and satellite television news channel owned by the Fox Entertainment Group, a subsidiary of News Corporation

Fox News Live
Fox News Live was an American news/talk television program, the hard-news daytime programming of the Fox News Channel. In addition, it also referred to the short headline segments of nearly every hour daily.-About:

Fox River Grove level crossing accident
The 1995 Fox River Grove bus–train collision refers to a grade crossing accident that killed seven students riding aboard a school bus in Fox River Grove, Illinois on the morning of October 25, 1995

Fox Snake
Fox snake is the common name given to two species of North American rat snakes. Neither is any threat to humans. Unfortunately, due to the striking resemblance to the Massasauga rattlesnake , it is killed by many people who mistake it for the Massasauga.The eastern fox snake is

Fox Soccer Channel
Fox Soccer is an American television specialty channel, owned by News Corporation's Fox Entertainment Group, that specializes in soccer. It formerly broadcast rugby and Australian rules football, but is now dedicated strictly to soccer

Fox Sports Detroit
Fox Sports Detroit , is a regional sports network that covers local sports teams in the state of Michigan, mostly those in the Metro Detroit area. It is an owned and operated affiliate of Fox Sports Net

Fox Sports World Canada
Fox Sports World Canada is a Canadian English language Category B specialty channel owned by Shaw Media. FSWC's programming primarily features association football with select programming on other world sports such as rugby.

Fox Squirrel
The fox squirrel is the largest species of tree squirrel native to North America

Fox Terrier (Wire)
The Wire Fox Terrier is a breed of dog, one of many terrier breeds. It is an instantly recognizable fox terrier breed. Although it bears a resemblance to the Smooth Fox Terrier, they are believed to have been developed separately.-Appearance:

Fox Theatre
Fox Theatres was a large chain of movie theaters in the United States dating from the 1920s either built by Fox Film Corporation studio owner William Fox, or subsequently merged in 1929 by Fox with the West Coast Theatres chain, to form the Fox West Coast Theatres chain.-Architectural styles:Many of these grand "movie palaces" were built with a mishmash of architectural styles

Fox Valley (Illinois)
The Fox Valley—also commonly known as the Fox River Valley—is a rural, suburban, and exurban region within Illinois and Wisconsin along the western edges of the Chicago and Milwaukee metropolitan areas. This region centers on the Fox River of Illinois and Wisconsin

Foxtail millet
Foxtail millet is the second most widely planted species of millet, and the most important in East Asia. It has the longest history of cultivation among the millets, having been grown in China since sometime in the sixth millennium BC

FoxTrax was a specialized ice hockey puck with internal electronics that allowed its position to be tracked designed for NHL telecasts on the Fox television network

Foxwoods Resort Casino
Foxwoods Resort Casino is a hotel-casino in Mashantucket, Connecticut, United States. Together with the MGM Grand at Foxwoods, it is one of the largest casino complexes in the world in terms of floor space for gaming. The entire resort comprises of space. The casino has over 380 gaming tables including blackjack, craps, roulette, and poker

Foyle can refer to:*The River Foyle in Northern Ireland*Lough Foyle, the river's estuary*Several organisations and divisions that take their name from the river including:**Foyle **Foyle

Foyle and Londonderry College
Foyle College, which is also known by its former name Foyle and Londonderry College or FALC, is a co-educational voluntary grammar school in the city of Derry, Northern Ireland. In 1976, two local schools, Foyle College and Londonderry High School, merged under the Foyle and Londonderry College Act 1976 to form Foyle and Londonderry College

Fozzie Bear
Fozzie Bear is a Muppet, created by Jim Henson. He is an orange, particularly fuzzy bear who works as a stand-up comic and has a catchphrase, "Wocka Wocka Wocka". Shortly after telling the joke, he is usually the target of rotten tomatoes and ridicule, especially from hecklers Statler and Waldorf

Fr. Conceicao Rodrigues College of Engineering
Fr. Conceicao Rodrigues College of Engineering , is an engineering college in Mumbai, India. It is located at Bandstand in Bandra

Fractal cosmology
In physical cosmology, fractal cosmology is a set of minority cosmological theories which state that the distribution of matter in the Universe, or the structure of the universe itself, is a fractal. More generally, it relates to the usage or appearance of fractals in the study of the universe and matter

Fraction (mathematics)
A fraction represents a part of a whole or, more generally, any number of equal parts. When spoken in everyday English, we specify how many parts of a certain size there are, for example, one-half, five-eighths and three-quarters.A common or "vulgar" fraction, such as 1/2, 5/8, 3/4, etc., consists of a numerator and a

Fractional distillation
Fractional distillation is the separation of a mixture into its component parts, or fractions, such as in separating chemical compounds by their boiling point by heating them to a temperature at which several fractions of the compound will evaporate. It is a special type of distillation

Fracture mechanics
Fracture mechanics is the field of mechanics concerned with the study of the propagation of cracks in materials. It uses methods of analytical solid mechanics to calculate the driving force on a crack and those of experimental solid mechanics to characterize the material's resistance to fracture.In modern materials science, fracture mechanics is an important tool in improving the

Adobe FrameMaker is a document processor for the production and manipulation of large structured documents. It is produced by Adobe Systems. Although FrameMaker has evolved slowly in recent years, it maintains a strong following among professional technical writers.- Overview :FrameMaker has more or less kept up with the times in supporting new standards such as XML and WebDAV, but at

Framingham, Massachusetts
Framingham is a New England town in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 68,318 as of the United States 2010 Census. -History:

Framlingham Castle
Framlingham Castle is a castle in the market town of Framlingham in Suffolk in England. An early motte and bailey or ringwork Norman castle was built on the Framlingham site by 1148, but this was destroyed by Henry II of England in the aftermath of the revolt of 1173-4

Fran Drescher
Francine Joy "Fran" Drescher is an American film and television actress, comedian, screenwriter, director, producer, author, singer, talk show host, political lobbyist and health activist

The French Republic , The French Republic , The French Republic , (commonly known as France , is a unitary semi-presidential republic in Western Europe with several overseas territories and islands located on other continents and in the Indian, Pacific, and Atlantic oceans. Metropolitan France extends from the Mediterranean Sea to the English Channel and the North Sea, and from the Rhine to the Atlantic Ocean

France 24
France 24 is an international news and current affairs television channel. The service is aimed at the overseas market, similar to BBC World News, DW-TV, NHK World and RT, and broadcast through satellite and cable operators throughout the world. During 2010 the channel started broadcasting through its own iPhone app

Frances Cress Welsing
Frances Cress Welsing Frances Cress Welsing Frances Cress Welsing (born March 18, 1935 in Chicago is an African American psychiatrist practicing in Washington, D.C.. She is noted for her "Cress Theory of Color Confrontation", which explores the practice of white supremacy

Frances Hodgson Burnett
Frances Eliza Hodgson Burnett was an English playwright and author. She is best known for her children's stories, in particular The Secret Garden , A Little Princess, and Little Lord Fauntleroy.Born Frances Eliza Hodgson, she lived in Cheetham Hill, Manchester

Frances Scott Fitzgerald
Frances Scott "Scottie" Fitzgerald was the only child of novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald and Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald. She was a writer, a journalist , and a prominent member of the United States Democratic Party."Scottie" was born in Saint Paul, Minnesota

Francesca Annis
Francesca Annis is an English actress, known for her film and television appearances, most recently in the BBC series Wives and Daughters, Cranford, and Deceit.-Early life and education:

Francesco Albani
Francesco Albani or Albano was an Italian Baroque painter.-Early years in Bologna:Born 1578 in Bologna, his father was a silk merchant who intended to instruct his son in the same trade; but by age twelve, Albani became an apprentice under the competent mannerist painter Denis Calvaert, where he met Guido Reni

Francesco Bartolozzi
Francesco Bartolozzi was an Italian engraver, whose most productive period was spent in London.He was born in Florence

Francesco Guardi
Francesco Lazzaro Guardi was a Venetian painter of veduta, a member of the Venetian School. He is considered to be among the last practitioners, along with his brothers, of the classic Venetian school of painting.

Luigi Franchi S.p.A. is an Italian manufacturer of firearms, most notably various shotguns.Notable Franchi products include the military SPAS-12 and SPAS-15 and the sporting-type long-recoil action AL-48. Franchi are renowned for their semi-automatic shotguns and are a division of Benelli

Francis Bacon
Francis Bacon, 1st Viscount St Albans, KC was an English philosopher, statesman, scientist, lawyer, jurist, author and pioneer of the scientific method. He served both as Attorney General and Lord Chancellor of England

Francis Bacon (painter)
Francis Bacon , was an Irish-born British figurative painter known for his bold, austere, graphic and emotionally raw imagery. Bacon's painterly but abstract figures typically appear isolated in glass or steel geometrical cages set against flat, nondescript backgrounds

Francis Cadell (artist)
Francis Campbell Boileau Cadell RSA was a Scottish Colourist painter, renowned for his depictions of the elegant New Town interiors of his native Edinburgh, and for his work on Iona.

Francis Crick
Francis Harry Compton Crick OM FRS was an English molecular biologist, biophysicist, and neuroscientist, and most noted for being one of two co-discoverers of the structure of the DNA molecule in 1953, together with James D. Watson

Francis de Sales
Francis de Sales was Bishop of Geneva and is a Roman Catholic saint. He worked to convert Protestants back to Catholicism, and was an accomplished preacher

Francis Drake
Sir Francis Drake, Vice Admiral was an English sea captain, privateer, navigator, slaver, and politician of the Elizabethan era. Elizabeth I of England awarded Drake a knighthood in 1581. He was second-in-command of the English fleet against the Spanish Armada in 1588. He also carried out the second circumnavigation of the world, from 1577 to 1580

Francis Festing
Field Marshal Sir Francis Wogan Festing GCB, KBE, DSO , called 菲士挺 in Chinese, was a field marshal of the British Army

Francis Galton
Sir Francis Galton /ˈfrɑːnsɪs ˈgɔːltn̩/ FRS , cousin of Douglas Strutt Galton, half-cousin of Charles Darwin, was an English Victorian polymath: anthropologist, eugenicist, tropical explorer, geographer, inventor, meteorologist, proto-geneticist, psychometrician, and statistician