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Crush (David Archuleta song)
"Crush" is the first single by American Idol season seven runner-up David Archuleta. It was first released to radio stations via New York City's radio station Z100 on August 1, 2008, and commercially in the United States on August 12, 2008, through digital distribution

Crush (Grace Jones song)
"Crush" is the third single from Grace Jones' album Inside Story, chosen for the US whereas Europe opted for "Victor Should Have Been a Jazz Musician"

Crush (Jennifer Paige song)
"Crush" is a pop song recorded by American singer Jennifer Paige. The song was written by Andy Goldmark, Mark Muller, Berny Cosgrove and Kevin Clark. It was released as the first single from her debut album, Jennifer Paige . "Crush" reached #3 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and remains Paige's biggest hit to date, topping the charts in six countries in 1998

Crush (OMD album)
Crush is the sixth album by Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark, released in 1985."So in Love" became the group's first hit single in the US, the album also sold well in the US

Crush (video game)
Crush is a platformer-puzzle video game developed by Kuju Entertainment's Zoë Mode studio and published by Sega in 2007 for the PlayStation Portable. Its protagonist is Danny, a teenager suffering from insomnia, who uses an experimental device to explore his mind and discover the cause of his sleeplessness

Crusher (comics)
Crusher is the name of two fictional characters; both Marvel Comics supervillains.-Publication history:The first Crusher first appeared in Tales of Suspense #91 , and was created by Stan Lee and Gene Colan

Crusher (website)
Crusher is a free web-based invitation service, a competitor to Evite, based in San Francisco, CA. Crusher is a utility in the creation of customizable invites for art, music, film events, or just a party.

Crushing
Death by crushing or pressing is a method of execution that has a history during which the techniques used varied greatly from place to place. This form of execution is no longer sanctioned by any governing body.-Crushing by elephant:

Crust
Crust may refer to:* Crust * The Crust, television seriesPhysical sciences:* Crust , at least continent-wide structure* Soil crust, local biology-sensitive structureFood:* Crust, dense surface layer of bread

Crust (album)
Crust is the third full-length studio album by the Italian progressive death metal band Sadist, released in 1997 by Displeased Records. This time we have Trevor on vocals and Oinos on drums. It features two Japanese bonus tracks which are cover songs; "Take on Me" after A-Ha and "Relax" from Frankie Goes to Hollywood

Crutch
Crutches are mobility aids used to counter a mobility impairment or an injury that limits walking ability.- Types :There are several different types of crutches:

Crutch (disambiguation)
A crutch is a medical tool used in the event that one's leg or legs may be injured or unable to support weight.Crutch may also refer to:* In translations from French, French béquille in the sense of "prop or support for a vehicle", as in this image

Crutch (film)
Crutch is a 2004 autobiographical coming of age film written and directed by Rob Moretti.-Synopsis:Young David seems to have a normal middle-class life in the suburban world outside New York City. When David's father Crutch is a 2004 autobiographical coming of age film written and directed by Rob Moretti.-Synopsis:Young David (Eben Gordon) seems to have a normal middle-class life in the suburban world outside New York City. When David's father Crutch is a 2004 autobiographical coming of age film written and directed by Rob Moretti.-Synopsis:Young David (Eben Gordon) seems to have a normal middle-class life in the suburban world outside New York City. When David's father (James A

Crux
Crux is the smallest of the 88 modern constellations, but is one of the most distinctive. Its name is Latin for cross, and it is dominated by a cross-shaped asterism that is commonly known as the Southern Cross.-Visibility:

CRUX
CRUX is a lightweight, i686-optimized GNU/Linux distribution targeted at experienced GNU/Linux users and delivered by a tar.gz-based package system with BSD-style initscripts. It also utilizes a ports system to install and upgrade applications. The current release is 2.7.1.Although crux is the Latin word for "cross," the choice of the name "CRUX" itself has no meaning

Crux (literary)
Crux is a term applied by palaeographers, textual critics, bibliographers, and literary scholars to a point of significant corruption in a literary text

Cruzado (disambiguation)
The word cruzado may mean:* the Brazilian cruzado, the Brazilian currency from 1986 to 1989* Cruzado redirects to Brazilian cruzado* the Brazilian cruzado novo currency of 1989-1990

Cry
Cry usually refers to crying, the act of shedding tears.Cry may also refer to:* Cry, Yonne, a commune in France* CRY , worldwide non-profit organization-Songs:* "Cry" , 1951

CRY
CRY could mean:* Cryptochrome — A set of specific subset of blue light photo-receptors in plants/* Child Rights and You , formerly Child Relief and You — a non-profit organisation based in India involved in child rights and welfare.

Cry (Alex Parks song)
"Cry" is the second and final single from Alex Parks' debut album Introduction. It was released in February 2004 and peaked at #13 in the UK Singles Chart.-Track listing:# "Cry" # "Maybe That's What It Takes"

Cry (Godley & Creme song)
"Cry" is a song released by the British music duo Godley & Creme in 1985. It was included on the duo's album The History Mix Volume 1.The song peaked at #16 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, becoming Godley & Creme's lone Top 40 hit in the US apart from their former band, 10cc

Cry (Kym Ryder song)
"Cry" is a song written by Amund Bjørklund and Espen Lind for former Hear'say member Kym Marsh's debut album Standing Tall. It was released as her debut solo single on April 6, 2003 in the United Kingdom

Cry (Lynn Anderson album)
Cry is the name of a studio album by Country music legend, Lynn Anderson, released in 1972.This album was based on Lynn Anderson's hit from early 1972, "Cry", which hit No. 3 on the Billboard Country charts, and No. 1 on the Cashbox Country charts. In addition the song also reached No. 71 on the Pop charts, and No. 16 on the Adult Contemporary charts that year

Cry Baby (Jemini song)
"Cry Baby", written and composed by Martin Isherwood, was the United Kingdom's entry at the Eurovision Song Contest 2003, and was performed by the duo Jemini

Cry for Help (song)
"Cry for Help" is the title of the first single taken from British dance-pop singer Rick Astley's third studio album, Free. It was written by Rick Astley and Rob Fisher.

Cry Wolf (band)
Cry Wolf is a melodic hard rock band formed in the San Francisco Bay Area in the mid-1980s. Originally named Heroes, the band consisted of Tim Hall , Steve McKnight , Phil Deckard , John Freixas and JC Crampton .

Cry Wolf (disambiguation)
Cry wolf is an expression that means "raise a false alarm", derived from the fable The Boy Who Cried Wolf.Cry Wolf may also refer to:In music:* "Cry Wolf" , 1983 song by Venom* "Cry Wolf" , 1986 song by a-ha

Cry Wolf (song)
"Cry Wolf" is a song by Norwegian band A-ha. It was the second single from their 1986 Scoundrel Days album.The lyrics "Night I left the city I dreamt of a Wolf..." are credited to Lauren Savoy whom Pål later married.

Crybaby
Cry baby may refer to:* Cry-Baby, a 1990 American teen romantic comedy film by John Waters** Cry-Baby , a 2007 musical adaptation* Crybaby Bridge, a nickname given to some bridges* Cry Baby , a brand of extra sour bubble gum

Crying
Crying is shedding tears as a response to an emotional state in humans. The act of crying has been defined as "a complex secretomotor phenomenon characterized by the shedding of tears from the lacrimal apparatus, without any irritation of the ocular structures"

Crying (disambiguation)
Crying is the human production of tears in response to an emotional state.Crying may also refer to:* "Crying" * Crying , an album by Roy Orbison* "Cryin'", a song by Aerosmith

Cryogenics
In physics, cryogenics is the study of the production of very low temperature and the behavior of materials at those temperatures. A person who studies elements under extremely cold temperature is called a cryogenicist. Rather than the relative temperature scales of Celsius and Fahrenheit, cryogenicists use the absolute temperature scales

Cryolite
Cryolite is an uncommon mineral identified with the once large deposit at Ivigtût on the west coast of Greenland, depleted by 1987.

Cryostasis
Cryostasis may refer to:In science and medicine:* Cryopreservation - Process of cooling to low sub-zero temperatures.* Cryostasis - The reversible cryopreservation of live biological objects.In games:

Crypt
In architecture, a crypt is a stone chamber or vault beneath the floor of a burial vault possibly containing sarcophagi, coffins or relics.

Crypt (anatomy)
Crypts are anatomical structures that are narrow but deep invaginations into a larger structure.One common type of anatomical crypt is the Crypts of Lieberkühn. However, it is not the only type: some types of tonsils also have crypts

Cryptanalysis
Cryptanalysis is the study of methods for obtaining the meaning of encrypted information, without access to the secret information that is normally required to do so. Typically, this involves knowing how the system works and finding a secret key

Cryptic
Cryptic can refer to:* Crypsis, of animals that are difficult to observe* Cryptic crossword, a crossword with cryptic clues* Cryptic era, earliest period of the Earth* Cryptic, an album by Edge of Sanity* Cryptic Writings, an album by Megadeth

Cryptic (album)
Cryptic is the seventh full-length studio album by the Swedish death metal band Edge of Sanity, released on December 1, 1997 by Black Mark Productions. It is the only Edge of Sanity album in which Dan Swanö does not contribute

Cryptid
In cryptozoology and sometimes in cryptobotany, a cryptid is a creature or plant whose existence has been suggested but is unrecognized by scientific consensus and often regarded as highly unlikely. Famous examples include the Yeti in the Himalayas and the Loch Ness Monster in Scotland.-Overview:The term was coined by John E

Crypto
-Cryptography and cryptanalysis:* Cryptography, the practice and study of hiding information* Cryptanalysis, the study of methods for obtaining the meaning of encrypted information* CRYPTO , an annual cryptographical and cryptoanalytic conference

Crypto
-Cryptography and cryptanalysis:* Cryptography, the practice and study of hiding information* Cryptanalysis, the study of methods for obtaining the meaning of encrypted information* CRYPTO , an annual cryptographical and cryptoanalytic conference

Cryptogram
A cryptogram is a type of puzzle which consists of a short piece of encrypted text. Generally the cipher used to encrypt the text is simple enough that cryptogram can be solved by hand. Frequently used are substitution ciphers where each letter is replaced by a different letter or number. To solve the puzzle, one must recover the original lettering

Cryptogram (disambiguation)
Cryptogram is a short piece of text encrypted with a simple substitution cipher.Cryptogram may also refer to:* The Cryptogram, a bi-monthly journal by the American Cryptogram Association* The Cryptogram, a play by David Mamet

Cryptography
Cryptography is the practice and study of techniques for secure communication in the presence of third parties

Cryptorchid (song)
Cryptorchid is a song from Marilyn Manson's third full length album, Antichrist Superstar. It is the sixth track and while it was not a single for the band, "Cryptorchid" did reach No. 20 on the German music charts and a music video was produced for the song

Cryptoxanthin
Cryptoxanthin is a natural carotenoid pigment. It has been isolated from a variety of sources including the petals and flowers of plants in the genus Physalis, orange rind, papaya, egg yolk, butter, apples, and bovine blood serum.-Chemistry:

CRYSTAL
CRYSTAL is a quantum chemistry ab initio program, designed primarily for calculations on crystals , slabs and polymers using translational symmetry, but it can also be used for single molecules. It is written by V.R. Saunders, R. Dovesi, C. Roetti, R. Orlando, C.M. Zicovich-Wilson, N.M. Harrison, K. Doll, B. Civalleri, I.J. Bush, Ph

Crystal (steamboat)
The steamboat Crystal operated in the early 1900s as part of the Puget Sound Mosquito Fleet.-Career:Crystal was a typical small steamer of the type that served small communities along Puget Sound. Crystal was built at Gig Harbor in 1904 for Miles Coffman. Crystal was propeller-driven, 45' long, and rated at 25 tons

Crystal Ball (Styx song)
"Crystal Ball" is the title track and second single released from Styx's Crystal Ball album. It was written by guitarist Tommy Shaw who had just recently joined the band.

Crystallography
Crystallography is the experimental science of the arrangement of atoms in solids. The word "crystallography" derives from the Greek words crystallon = cold drop / frozen drop, with its meaning extending to all solids with some degree of transparency, and grapho = write.Before the development of X-ray diffraction crystallography , the study of crystals was based on

CS
-Companies and organisations:* Congregation of the Missionaries of St. Charles, a catholic religious congregation, also called Scalabrinians* Cultural Survival, an American nonprofit group dedicated to defending the human rights of indigenous peoples

CS gas (data page)
Data on CS gas.

CSA
ČSA may refer to:* Czech Airlines of the Czech Republic, formerly Československé Státní Aerolinie of Czechoslovakia* Czech Society of Actuaries

CSE
CSE may refer to:* Calcutta Stock Exchange* Casablanca Stock Exchange* Certificate of Secondary Education, a UK examination* Centre for Science and Environment, an Indian non-governmental organization

CSI (novels)
The CSI novels are novels that tie-in with the CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, CSI: Miami, and CSI: NY television shows. They have been published from 2001 to the present day.

CSI (video games)
The CSI franchise has been the basis of a number of video games. A total of eight games based upon the Las Vegas team have been created. Two games based around the spin-off series CSI: Miami and one for the CSI: NY series have also been created. 369 Interactive developed the CSI games until 2004, but since then Telltale Games has been developing the games for the franchise

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (season 1)
The first season of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation premiered on CBS on October 6, 2000 and ended May 17, 2001. The first season was rereleased Blu-ray, May 12, 2009.It is the only season of the CSI franchise that was broadcast in 4:3 ratio

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (season 3)
The third season of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation premiered on CBS on September 26, 2002 and ended May 15, 2003.-Notable cast members:-Episodes:-External links:* at TVShowsOnDVD.com.-See also:

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (season 3)
The third season of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation premiered on CBS on September 26, 2002 and ended May 15, 2003.-Notable cast members:-Episodes:-External links:* at TVShowsOnDVD.com.-See also:

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (season 3)
The third season of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation premiered on CBS on September 26, 2002 and ended May 15, 2003.-Notable cast members:-Episodes:-External links:* at TVShowsOnDVD.com.-See also:

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (season 3)
The third season of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation premiered on CBS on September 26, 2002 and ended May 15, 2003.-Notable cast members:-Episodes:-External links:* at TVShowsOnDVD.com.-See also:

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (season 3)
The third season of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation premiered on CBS on September 26, 2002 and ended May 15, 2003.-Notable cast members:-Episodes:-External links:* at TVShowsOnDVD.com.-See also:

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (season 3)
The third season of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation premiered on CBS on September 26, 2002 and ended May 15, 2003.-Notable cast members:-Episodes:-External links:* at TVShowsOnDVD.com.-See also:

Funeral
A funeral is a ceremony for celebrating, sanctifying, or remembering the life of a person who has died. Funerary customs comprise the complex of beliefs and practices used by a culture to remember the dead, from interment itself, to various monuments, prayers, and rituals undertaken in their honor

Funeral director
A funeral director , also known as a mortician or undertaker, is a professional involved in the business of funeral rites. These tasks often entail the embalming and burial or cremation of the dead, as well as the planning and arrangement of the actual funeral ceremony

Fungicide
Fungicides are chemical compounds or biological organisms used to kill or inhibit fungi or fungal spores. Fungi can cause serious damage in agriculture, resulting in critical losses of yield, quality and profit. Fungicides are used both in agriculture and to fight fungal infections in animals

Funhouse
A funhouse or fun house is an amusement facility found on amusement park and funfair midways in which patrons encounter and actively interact with various devices designed to surprise, challenge, and amuse the visitor. Unlike thrill rides, funhouses are participatory attractions, where visitors enter and move around under their own power

Funnel cake
Funnel cake or funnelcake is a regional food popular in North America at carnivals, fairs, sporting events, and seaside resorts. Funnel cakes are made by pouring batter into hot cooking oil in a circular pattern and deep frying the overlapping mass until golden-brown. When made at concession stands, a pitcher with an integral funnel spout is employed

Funnel cloud
A funnel cloud is a funnel-shaped cloud of condensed water droplets, associated with a rotating column of wind and extending from the base of a cloud but not reaching the ground or a water surface. A funnel cloud is usually visible as a cone-shaped or needle like protuberance from the main cloud base

Fur farming
Fur farming is the practice of breeding or raising certain types of animals for their fur.Fur used from wild caught animals is not farmed, and is instead known as 'free range fur' because the animals have lived their lives free and natural in the wild.

Fur trade
The fur trade is a worldwide industry dealing in the acquisition and sale of animal fur. Since the establishment of world market for in the early modern period furs of boreal, polar and cold temperate mammalian animals have been the most valued

Furan
Furan is a heterocyclic organic compound, consisting of a five-membered aromatic ring with four carbon atoms and one oxygen. The class of compounds containing such rings are also referred to as furans.

Furby
A Furby was a popular electronic robotic toy resembling a hamster/owl-like creature which went through a period of being a "must-have" toy following its launch in the holiday season of 1998, with continual sales until 2000

Furfural
Furfural is an organic compound derived from a variety of agricultural byproducts, including corncobs, oat, wheat bran, and sawdust. The name furfural comes from the Latin word , meaning bran, referring to its usual source.

Furfuryl alcohol
Furfuryl alcohol, also called 2-furylmethanol or 2-furancarbinol, is an organic compound containing a furan substituted with a hydroxymethyl group. It is a clear colorless liquid when pure, but becomes amber colored upon prolonged standing. It possesses a faint burning odor and a bitter taste. It is miscible with but unstable in water. It is soluble in common organic solvents

Furness High School
Horace Howard Furness High School is a secondary school in the South Philadelphia area of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. It is part of the School District of Philadelphia.

Furniture
Furniture is the mass noun for the movable objects intended to support various human activities such as seating and sleeping in beds, to hold objects at a convenient height for work using horizontal surfaces above the ground, or to store things

Furniture (band)
Furniture was a British pop band, active from 1979 to 1991 and best known for their 1986 Top 30 hit "Brilliant Mind". Since its break-up, the band has retained a certain cult appeal, partly due to a continuing high reputation for songwriting and partly due to the nature of the band's career

Fusajiro Yamauchi
Fusajiro Yamauchi was a Japanese entrepreneur who founded the company that is now known as Nintendo Company Limited

Fusarium
Fusarium is a large genus of filamentous fungi widely distributed in soil and in association with plants. Most species are harmless saprobes, and are relatively abundant members of the soil microbial community. Some species produce mycotoxins in cereal crops that can affect human and animal health if they enter the food chain

Fuse (explosives)
In an explosive, pyrotechnic device or military munition, a fuse is the part of the device that initiates function. In common usage, the word fuse is used indiscriminately

Fushigi Yugi
, also known as Curious Play, is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Yu Watase. Shogakukan published Fushigi Yûgi in Shōjo Comic in its original serialized form from May 1992 through June 1996. Viz Media released the manga series in English in North America starting in 1999

Fusion bonded epoxy coating
Fusion bonded epoxy coating, also known as fusion-bond epoxy powder coating and commonly referred to as FBE coating, is an epoxy based powder coating that is widely used to protect steel pipe used in pipeline construction, concrete reinforcing bars and on a wide variety of piping connections, valves etc. from corrosion. FBE coatings are thermoset polymer coatings

Future of the car
Potential future car technologies include varied energy sources and materials, which are being developed in order to make automobiles more more energy efficient with and reduced regulated emissions

FUTURES Tour
The LPGA Futures Tour, previously styled in uppercase as FUTURES Tour and known for sponsorship reasons between 2006 and 2010 as the Duramed FUTURES Tour, is the official developmental golf tour of the LPGA Tour

Futurism (art)
Futurism was an artistic and social movement that originated in Italy in the early 20th century. It emphasized and glorified themes associated with contemporary concepts of the future, including speed, technology, youth and violence, and objects such as the car, the airplane and the industrial city

Fuzhou, Jiangxi
Fuzhou is a prefecture-level city in northeastern Jiangxi province, People's Republic of China.It is located to the south of the provincial capital Nanchang. Its total area is 18,800 km². Its population is 3,700,000 people

Fuzz Face
The Fuzz Face is an effects pedal used mainly by electric guitarists, and by some bass players. It is a stompbox designed to produce a distorted sound from an electric guitar. This "fuzz" sound is sometimes compared to the sound of a damaged speaker

Fuzzy logic
Fuzzy logic is a form of many-valued logic; it deals with reasoning that is approximate rather than fixed and exact. In contrast with traditional logic theory, where binary sets have two-valued logic: true or false, fuzzy logic variables may have a truth value that ranges in degree between 0 and 1

Fuzzy set
Fuzzy sets are sets whose elements have degrees of membership. Fuzzy sets were introduced simultaneously by Lotfi A. Zadeh and Dieter Klaua in 1965 as an extension of the classical notion of set. In classical set theory, the membership of elements in a set is assessed in binary terms according to a bivalent condition — an element either belongs or does not belong to the set

FV101 Scorpion
The FV101 Scorpion is a British armoured reconnaissance vehicle. It was the lead vehicle and the fire support type in the Combat Vehicle Reconnaissance , CVR, family of seven armoured vehicles

Fyodor Fyodorovich Ushakov
Fyodor Fyodorovich Ushakov was the most illustrious Russian naval commander and admiral of the 18th century.- Life and naval career :