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Daystar
Daystar may refer to:* DayStar Digital, a company that used to manufacture Apple Macintosh clones* Daystar Technologies, a company that builds performance upgrades for Apple Macintosh Computers and services the previous company's products

DAYTIME
The Daytime Protocol is a service in the Internet Protocol Suite, defined in 1983 in RFC 867. It is intended for testing and measurement purposes in computer networks.

Daytime (astronomy)
On Earth, daytime is roughly the period on any given point of the planet's surface during which it experiences natural illumination from indirect or direct sunlight.

Daytime (TV series)
daytime is a Canadian television talk show that has become one of the defining show across the Rogers TV network of local community television stations.Daytime covers a wide spectrum of topics in a 90 minute long format

Daze
Daze may refer to:*Daze, Burkina Faso, a village in Tenkodogo Department, Boulgou, Burkina Faso*Daze , a Eurodance band*Daze , a fictional character who appeared in Marvel Comics' MC2 series J2

Daze (disambiguation)
Daze may refer to:*Daze, Burkina Faso, a village in Tenkodogo Department, Boulgou, Burkina Faso*Daze , a Eurodance band*Daze , a fictional character who appeared in Marvel Comics' MC2 series J2

Dazz (song)
"Dazz" was a hit song by R&B/funk band Brick. "Dazz" is a combination of disco and jazz. Released in 1976 from their Good High album, it would become their biggest hit, spending four weeks at the top of the R&B singles chart and reaching number three on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart.-Samples:*Rapper Dana Dane sampled the keyboard riff in his 1988 hit song, "Cinderfella Dana

Dazzle
"Dazzle" is the second single from the 1984 Siouxsie and the Banshees album Hyæna. The song begins with a gradual fade-in of an orchestral strings section and progresses to a drum-driven, majestic anthem. The lyrics "swallowing diamonds/a cutting throat" came after watching the final scene of Marathon Man where Laurence Olivier puts diamonds in his mouth

Dazzle
Dazzle may refer to:* Glare , difficulty seeing in the presence of bright light* Dazzle , a type of polyester fabric* Dazzle , a Japanese manga series by Minari Endoh* "Dazzle" , a song by Siouxsie & the Banshees

Dazzle (fabric)
Dazzle is a type of polyester fabric that is widely used in making clothes like basketball uniforms, football uniforms, rugby ball uniforms and even casual clothing because it absorbs moisture quickly. It is a lightweight fabric that allows air to circulate easily around the body

Dazzle (manga)
is a Japanese manga by Minari Endoh. There have been eleven volumes published in Japan as of December 25, 2007. The series was being published in English in North America by Tokyopop, however, when Tokyopop closed, 10 out of the current 12 volumes were published in English. The license has not been picked up by any other company

DB
DB may refer to:In science and technology:*Decibel , a logarithmic unit of measurement in acoustics and electronics*Dubnium , a chemical element*DB connector, a size of D-subminiature electrical connector

DBE (disambiguation)
DBE can stand for:* Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire, an honour in the United Kingdom* Deadboy & the Elephantmen, a band* Decibels electrical

DBP
DBP may refer to:*Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka, a government body responsible for coordinating the use of the Malay language in Malaysia and Brunei*Deutsche Bauernpartei, former German political party*Deutsche Bundespost, former German federal post office

DBP (gene)
D site of albumin promoter binding protein, also known as DBP, is a protein which in humans is encoded by the DBP gene.

DC
- Places :* Washington, D.C. - the capital of the United States of America- Organizations :* DC Comics, a comic book publisher* DC Inside, a South Korean internet forum* DC Recordings, a record label* DC Shoes, a footwear company

DCS (band)
DCS are a British Asian live Bhangra band formed in 1983. They are seen as one of the first bands of the UK Bhangra scene along with other bands such as Alaap headed by the legendary Channi Singh, Apna Sangeet, Heera, Shava Shava led by Nirmal Kumar Nirmal and many more

DD
- Computing :* dd , a program that copies and convert files and data* dd, an HTML element for specifying definition data* Dolby Digital, the name for audio compression technologies developed by Dolby Laboratories

DD (character)
DD is a fictional character from the Saga of Seven Suns series of novels by Kevin J. Anderson.-Biography:DD was a friendly variant of the competent computerised companion series whose first owner was the human girl Dahlia Sweeney, who passed DD onto to her daughter, Marianna Sweeney

DDS
D.D.S. refers to the academic degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery.DDS may refer to:-Computer and information science:*Data Design System, DDS-CAD software vendor*Data Description Specifications, AS400 programming

DDT (gene)
D-dopachrome decarboxylase is an enzyme that in humans is encoded by the DDT gene.D-dopachrome tautomerase converts D-dopachrome into 5,6-dihydroxyindole. The DDT gene is related to the macrophage migration inhibitory factor in terms of sequence, enzyme activity, and gene structure. DDT and MIF are closely linked on chromosome 22.

DE
-Language:* De , a letter in the Cyrillic alphabet* German language, ISO 639-1 alpha-2 code* De , a Japanese kana* "de", a French language preposition meaning of- Military :* Defence Estates, an agency of the UK Ministry of Defence

De (Chinese)
De is a key concept in Chinese philosophy, usually translated "inherent character; inner power; integrity" in Taoism, "moral character; virtue; morality" in Confucianism and other contexts, and "quality; virtue" or "merit; virtuous deeds" in Chinese Buddhism.-The word:Chinese de 德 is an ancient and linguistically complex word

De (surname)
De is a surname shared by several notable people:* Shobhaa De , Indian journalist, magazine publisher, columnist, writer and former model* Deepankar De , Bengali actor

De facto
De facto is a Latin expression that means "concerning fact." In law, it often means "in practice but not necessarily ordained by law" or "in practice or actuality, but not officially established." It is commonly used in contrast to de jure when referring to matters of law, governance, or technique that are found in the

De Facto (album)
De Facto is debut album by Marčelo released in 2003. It was one of best selling albums in 2003. The most critics were risen around song "Kuća na promaji" which in short defines Marčelo's style: very personal colorful criticism over political situation in Serbia.-Track listing:# "Reč na reč"# "Kuća na promaji"# "Krem De La Krem" De Facto is debut album by Marčelo released in 2003. It was one of best selling albums in 2003. The most critics were risen around song "Kuća na promaji" which in short defines Marčelo's style: very personal colorful criticism over political situation in Serbia.-Track listing:# "Reč na reč"# "Kuća na promaji"# "Krem De La Krem" De Facto is debut album by Marčelo released in 2003. It was one of best selling albums in 2003. The most critics were risen around song "Kuća na promaji" which in short defines Marčelo's style: very personal colorful criticism over political situation in Serbia.-Track listing:# "Reč na reč"# "Kuća na promaji"# "Krem De La Krem" (feat

De jure
De jure is an expression that means "concerning law", as contrasted with de facto, which means "concerning fact".De jure = 'Legally', De facto = 'In fact'.

De novo
In general usage, de novo is a Latin expression meaning "from the beginning," "afresh," "anew," "beginning again." It is used in:* De novo transcriptome assembly, the method of creating a transcriptome without a reference genome

De temps en temps (song)
"De temps en temps" is a 2007 song recorded by the French singer Grégory Lemarchal. It was released as the first single from his posthumous album, La Voix d'un ange, on 11 June 2007

De'e
De'e is a village in the Longlin Various Nationalities Autonomous County, under the jurisdiction of the prefecture-level city of Baise, in western Guangxi, China, near the border with Yunnan and Guizhou. It is inhabited by several ethnic minorities, including the Miao, Yi, Gelao, and Zhuang

De-escalation
This is a commonlly used term in Social Work practice. It is used as an anger management tool to remove tension between two participants in a conflictual relationship or intervention. A cooling off period is experienced and then the potential for further communication is invitedDe-escalation refers to behavior that is intended to escape the escalation of commitment bias

DEA
DEA is the commonly used acronym for the Drug Enforcement Administration, a United States law enforcement agency.DEA or Dea may also refer to:- Organizations :* DEA , UK development education charity

Deacon (music)
Deacon is an American "Written, Arranged, Produced and Performed By" singer songwriter from Tulsa, Oklahoma. He is a multi-instrumentalist and plays strictly by ear. Deacon plays the guitar and bass flipped over like Jimi Hendrix except, he does not flip the strings. Also plays saxophone/woodwinds, piano and drums. Most notably, he is a singer

Deacons (law firm)
Deacons is Hong Kong's oldest and largest independent, commercial law firm with three representative offices in Mainland China, in Shanghai, Beijing and Guangzhou

Deactivation
Deactivation may refer to;*Protein denaturation, the process of disrupting the structure of proteins or nucleic acids*Drug metabolism*Sterilization , the process of rendering microorganisms unable to replicate

Dead (Law & Order: Criminal Intent episode)
"Dead" is a second season episode of the television series Law & Order: Criminal Intent.-Plot summary:In the second season opening, Detectives Goren and Eames investigate the murder of an embalmer found in ritualistic fashion with strange markings on his chest.During the investigation, Goren and Eames learn the victim had received an anonymous phone call a few weeks ago from a man

Dead Air
Dead Air is a novel by the Scottish writer Iain Banks, published in 2002.-Plot introduction:The book revolves around the life of Ken Nott, a radio DJ on a London station called Capital Live!-Plot summary:

Dead air
Dead air is an unintended interruption in a radio broadcast during which no sound is transmitted.The term is most often used in cases where program material comes to an unexpected halt, either through operator error or for technical reasons, although it is also used in cases where a broadcaster has 'dried up'

Dead Air (film)
Dead Air is a 2009 horror/science fiction film. Dead Air focuses on a radio station that warns its listeners after an explosion unleashes "zombies" into Los Angeles

Dead Air (Heatmiser album)
Dead Air is the debut album by Heatmiser, released in 1993 on Frontier Records.-Track listing:#"Still" #"Candyland" #"Mock-Up" #"Dirt" #"Bottle Rocket" #"Blackout" #"Stray"

Dead and Buried (Album)
Dead and Buried is the third studio album by the American death metal band Jungle Rot, released through Olympic Recordings in 2001.-Track listing:#"Intro" – 0:40#"Immersed in Pain" – 2:33#"Virus" – 2:32#"Misplaced Anger" – 3:32

Dead Beat (novel)
Dead Beat is the 7th book in The Dresden Files, Jim Butcher's continuing series about wizard detective Harry Blackstone Copperfield Dresden.-Plot summary:It's three days before Halloween and nearly a year after the events in Blood Rites

Dead Cert
Dead Cert is Dick Francis' first novel, published in 1962. Featured in the 2007 book 100 Must-Read Crime Novels. It was filmed by Tony Richardson in 1974.-Synopsis:

Dead End
Dead End is a 1937 crime drama film. It is an adaptation of the Sidney Kingsley 1935 Broadway play of the same name. It stars Humphrey Bogart, Joel McCrea, and Sylvia Sidney

Dead End (seaQuest DSV episode)
"Dead End" is the eleventh episode of seaQuest DSV`s second season. It originally aired on December 18, 1994.Lucas, Brody, O'Neill and Henderson are pulled beneath the Earth's surface into an underground maze of tunnels. With not enough air for them all to return to the surface, they must take their chances in a lottery

Dead End (The Newlydeads album)
Dead End is the second album of original material by the band The Newlydeads.Shortly after this album, Taime Downe reformed Faster Pussycat, taking Xristian Simon, Danny Nordahl, and Chad Stewart with him.-Track listing:

Dead Heat
Dead Heat is a 1988 movie about an LAPD police officer, Roger Mortis , killed while attempting to arrest zombies who have been reanimated by the head of Dante Laboratories in order to carry out violent armed robberies.-Plot:

Dead Heat
- Film and television :*Dead Heat , a 1988 film*Dead Heat , a 2002 film*"Dead Heat" , an episode from Murder, She Wrote season two- Books :*Dead Heat, a 1984 novel by Linda Barnes

Dead Heat (2002 film)
Dead Heat is a 2002 action comedy drama film starring Kiefer Sutherland and Anthony LaPaglia and directed by Mark Malone.-Synopsis:A cop forced into retirement by ill health is persuaded by his brother to buy a race horse

Dead Heat (novel)
Dead Heat is a novel written by Joel C. Rosenberg in 2008. The novel is the fifth and final book in his Last Jihad book series.-Plot summary:The year is 2016.In Yemen, a U.S

Dead Horse
Dead Horse may refer to:* Dead Horse , an American thrash metal band* "Dead Horse" , a 1991 Guns N' Roses song* Deadhorse, Alaska, a town* "Dead horse", Australian rhyming slang for tomato sauce

Dead in the Water (Midsomer Murders episode)
Dead in the Water is the second episode of the eighth season of British television show Midsomer Murders and the thirty seventh episode overall. It stars John Nettles as Detective Chief Inspector Tom Barnaby and John Hopkins as Detective Sergeant Dan Scott

Dead man's hand (disambiguation)
The dead man's hand is a two-pair poker hand of "aces and eights" allegedly held by Wild Bill Hickok at the time of his murder.Dead man's hand may also refer to:*Dead Man's Hand , a 2004 first-person shooter

Dead on Arrival (song)
"Dead on Arrival" is a song by the American rock band Fall Out Boy and the first single from their 2003 debut full-length album Take This to Your Grave. It was released on blue 7" vinyl by Fueled by Ramen. The song was also included on a Kerrang! compilation CD

Dead reckoning
In navigation, dead reckoning is the process of calculating one's current position by using a previously determined position, or fix, and advancing that position based upon known or estimated speeds over elapsed time, and course

Dead Reckoning (album)
Dead Reckoning is the eighth studio album by progressive metal band Threshold. It is their first album since the departure of founding member Nick Midson, and their only one to feature guest vocals . It is also their first album on their current label, Nuclear Blast

Dead Ringer
Dead Ringer may refer to:* Dead Ringer , an 1981 album by Meat Loaf * Dead Ringer , a 1964 film starring Bette Davis, Peter Lawford, and Karl Malden

Dead Ringer (1964 film)
Dead Ringer, also known as Who is Buried in my Grave? is a 1964 thriller film made by Warner Bros. It was directed by Paul Henreid and produced by William H. Wright from a screenplay by Oscar Millard and Albert Beich from the story La Otra by Rian James

Dead Run
Dead Run is the third book by mother and daughter authors P. J. Tracy. It follows on from their first and second books, Want to Play?, Live Bait and has the same principal characters.

Dead Sea (novel)
Dead Sea is a horror novel featuring zombies by Brian Keene, first published in 2007. It is not set in the same world as The Rising-Plot summary:

Dead Space (album)
Dead Space was the only album released by Omaha, Nebraska natives Slowdown Virginia. Released by Lumberjack Records in 1994, the album was pressed in a finite amount of copies .Shortly after the release of the album, Slowdown Virginia broke up

Dead Space (comics)
Dead Space is a 2008 comic book prequel to the game Dead Space: Extraction and to the film Dead Space: Downfall. The video game Dead Space continues where the film ended. It is published by Image Comics and is written by Antony Johnston, who also wrote the game's dialogue, with art by Ben Templesmith

Dead Space (video game)
Dead Space is a survival horror third-person shooter video game, developed by EA Redwood Shores for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The game was made available on Steam on October 20, 2008

Dead to the World (tour)
The Dead to the World Tour was a worldwide concert tour by the American rock band Marilyn Manson. Launched in support of the group's 1996 album Antichrist Superstar, the band visited arenas and stadiums from 1996 through 1997

Deadbeat
Deadbeat is the stage name of Scott Montieth, a Canadian electronica musician. Originally from Kitchener, Ontario, Montieth currently works and lives in Berlin.

Deadbeat
The term deadbeat may refer to:*Deadbeat, the stage name of American lo-fi folk musician Jessica Risker*Deadbeats, the; the stage name of a hip-hop group in Hawaii*Deadbeat, the stage name of Canadian electronica musician Scott Montieth

Deadbolt
A dead bolt or dead lock , is a locking mechanism distinct from a spring bolt lock because a deadbolt cannot be moved to the open position except by rotating the lock cylinder. The more common spring bolt lock uses a spring to hold the bolt in place, allowing retraction by applying force to the bolt itself

Glycosylation
Glycosylation is the reaction in which a carbohydrate, i.e. a glycosyl donor, is attached to a hydroxyl or other functional group of another molecule . In biology glycosylation refers to the enzymatic process that attaches glycans to proteins, lipids, or other organic molecules

Glyndebourne Festival Opera
Glyndebourne Festival Opera is an English opera festival held at Glyndebourne, an English country house near Lewes, in East Sussex, England.-History:

Glynn Isaac
Glynn Llywelyn Isaac was a South African archaeologist who specialised in the very early prehistory of Africa

Glyptodon
Glyptodon was a large, armored mammal of the family Glyptodontidae, a relative of armadillos that lived during the Pleistocene Epoch. It was roughly the same size and weight as a Volkswagen Beetle, though flatter in shape

GM 60-Degree V6 engine
The General Motors 60° V6 family of engines began with the 1980 Chevrolet 2.8 L V6 and continues to be produced today . Its use in the X-body cars leads some to refer to it as the X engine.It is a 60° vee block with pushrod heads, except for a single DOHC member, the LQ1

GM Atlas engine
Atlas is a name for a family of modern inline piston engines for trucks from General Motors. The series debuted in 2002 with the Oldsmobile Bravada, and is also used in the Chevrolet TrailBlazer and Colorado and their GMC twins, the Envoy and Canyon

GM B platform
The B platform, or B-body, was General Motors' full-size rear-wheel drive automobile platform. It was closely related to the C-body and D-body and was used for coupés, sedans, and station wagons.

GM Family II engine
The Family II is a straight-4 piston engine that was originally developed by Opel in the early 1970s. It was used in the Opel Ascona and Opel Kadett and their corresponding sister models the Vauxhall Cavalier and Vauxhall Astra

GM High Feature engine
The 3600 LY7 are members of General Motors' new High Feature engine family of modern DOHC V6s. This new family of engines was introduced in 2004 with the Cadillac CTS. Holden sells the HFV6 under the name Alloytec. The High Feature moniker on the Holden produced engine is reserved for the twin cam phasing High output version

GM LS engine
The GM LS engine family is an engine design intended as the only V-8 engine used in General Motors' line of rear-wheel-drive cars and trucks. The LS series was a "clean sheet" design with little in common with the classic Chevrolet small block V8

GM LT engine
The LT6 and LT7 are not part of the LT V8 family. See Oldsmobile Diesel V6 engine.General Motors' Generation II LT is a small block V8 engine

GM Premium V engine
The Northstar engine series of automobile engines is General Motors' most technically complex 90° V engine architecture. The family is most associated with Cadillac's Northstar V8, but the family has also seen use at Oldsmobile

GM Vortec engine
Vortec is a trademarked name for a line of piston engines for General Motors trucks. The name first appeared in 1988 on a 4.3 L V6 that used "vortex technology" to create a vortex inside the combustion chamber, creating a better air/fuel mix. Now its used on a wide range of different engines

GMC (General Motors division)
GMC is a manufacturer of trucks, vans, military vehicles, and SUVs marketed in North America and the Middle East by General Motors Company. In January 2007, GMC was GM's second-largest-selling North American vehicle division after Chevrolet, ahead of Pontiac.

GMC Caballero
The GMC Sprint is a coupe utility that was produced by the GMC division of General Motors for the 1971–1977 model years. The Sprint was renamed Caballero for the 1978 model year and was produced through 1987. The rear-wheel-drive car based pick-ups were sold by GMC Truck dealers mainly in the United States and Canada

GMC Denali
The GMC Denali nameplate is used by General Motors' heavy truck division, GMC, on its top-of-the-line. The name applies to the top version of all SUVs as well as pick-up trucks in the GMC line-up. Vehicles with the Denali trim option carry MSRPs up to 43% higher than those of the regular models

GMC Envoy
The GMC Envoy is an SUV from the GMC marque of General Motors. It was introduced as a high-end version of the Jimmy for the 1998 model year, the same year the Jimmy was restyled

Gmelina arborea
Gmelina arborea, , locally known as Gamhar, is a fast growing deciduous tree, occurring naturally throughout greater part of India at altitudes up to 1500 meters

GMM Grammy
GMM Grammy Public Company Limited is the largest media conglomerate entertainment company in Thailand. It claims a 70% share of the Thai entertainment industry. Artists on Grammy include Bird McIntyre and Loso

GMT900
The GMT900 truck platform debuted at the 2006 North American International Auto Show, as basis for the next generation of General Motors full-size pickups and SUVs, and replacements for the GMT800 vehicles

Gmunden
Gmunden is a town in Upper Austria, Austria in the district of Gmunden. It has 13,202 inhabitants . It is much frequented as a health and summer resort, and has a variety of goat, lake, brine, vegetable and pine-cone baths, a hydropathic establishment, inhalation chambers, whey cure, etc

Gneiss
Gneiss is a common and widely distributed type of rock formed by high-grade regional metamorphic processes from pre-existing formations that were originally either igneous or sedimentary rocks.-Etymology:

Gnetum gnemon
Gnetum gnemon is a species of Gnetum native to southeast Asia and the western Pacific Ocean islands, from Assam south and east through Indonesia and Malaysia to the Philippines and Fiji

Gnomonic projection
A gnomonic map projection displays all great circles as straight lines. Thus the shortest route between two locations in reality corresponds to that on the map. This is achieved by projecting, with respect to the center of the Earth , the Earth's surface onto a tangent plane. The least distortion occurs at the tangent point

Gnostic Apocalypse of Peter
The Gnostic Apocalypse of Peter, not to be confused with the Apocalypse of Peter, is a text found amongst the Nag Hammadi library, and part of the New Testament apocrypha. Like the vast majority of texts in the Nag Hammadi collection, it is heavily gnostic. It was probably written around 100-200 AD

GNR Stirling 4-2-2
The Great Northern Railway No. 1 class Stirling Single is a class of steam locomotive designed for express passenger work. Designed by Patrick Stirling, they are characterised by a single pair of large driving wheels which led to the nickname "eight-footer"

GNU Compiler Collection
The GNU Compiler Collection is a compiler system produced by the GNU Project supporting various programming languages. GCC is a key component of the GNU toolchain

GNU Lesser General Public License
The GNU Lesser General Public License or LGPL is a free software license published by the Free Software Foundation . It was designed as a compromise between the strong-copyleft GNU General Public License or GPL and permissive licenses such as the BSD licenses and the MIT License

GNU LilyPond
GNU LilyPond is a computer program for music engraving. One of LilyPond's major goals is to produce scores that are engraved with traditional layout rules, reflecting the era when scores were engraved by hand.

GNU Scientific Library
In computing, the GNU Scientific Library is a software library written in the C programming language for numerical calculations in applied mathematics and science

Gnumeric
Gnumeric is a spreadsheet program that is part of the GNOME Free Software Desktop Project. Gnumeric version 1.0 was released December 31, 2001. Gnumeric is distributed as free software under the GNU GPL license; it is intended to replace proprietary and other spreadsheet programs such as Microsoft Excel, which it broadly and openly emulates

GNUnet
GNUnet is a free software framework for decentralized, peer-to-peer networking. The framework offers link encryption, peer discovery and resource allocation.

Gnuplot
- License :Despite gnuplot's name, it is not part of or related to the GNU system and it is not distributed under the GNU General Public License .However, some GNU packages do use gnuplot.

Go Ask Alice
Go Ask Alice is a controversial 1971 book about the life of a troubled teenage girl. The book continues its claim to be the actual diary of an anonymous teenage girl who became addicted to drugs, but this has been dismissed as false. Beatrice Sparks is listed as the author of the book by the United States Government. The novel is presented as a testimony against drug use

Go Tell It on the Mountain (novel)
Go Tell It on the Mountain is a 1953 semi-autobiographical novel by James Baldwin. The novel examines the role of the Christian Church in the lives of African-Americans, both as a source of repression and moral hypocrisy and as a source of inspiration and community

Go-NoGo gauge
A Go-NoGo gauge refers to an inspection tool used to check a workpiece against its allowed tolerances. Its name derives from its use: the gauge has two tests; the check involves the workpiece having to pass one test and fail the other .It is an integral part of the quality process that is used in the manufacturing industry to ensure

Goa
Goa , a former Portuguese colony, is India's smallest state by area and the fourth smallest by population. Located in South West India in the region known as the Konkan, it is bounded by the state of Maharashtra to the north, and by Karnataka to the east and south, while the Arabian Sea forms its western coast

Goa Institute of Management
The Goa Institute of Management is a business school located in the state of Goa, India.The autonomous school is governed by a Board, and offers a full-time MBA program and executive MBA and also is a resource center for PhD programs in Management for Goa University. Current MBA classes have a size of approximately 240 students

Goalkeeper
In many team sports which involve scoring goals, a goalkeeper is a designated player charged with directly preventing the opposing team from scoring by intercepting shots at goal

Goalkeeper (football)
In association football, the goalkeeper occupies a position that represents the last line of defence between the opponent's offence and his own team's goal. The primary role of the goalkeeper is to defend his team's goal and prevent the opposition from scoring a goal

Goanna
Goanna is the name used to refer to any number of Australian monitor lizards of the genus Varanus, as well as to certain species from Southeast Asia.There are around 30 species of goanna, 25 of which are found in Australia

Goat
The domestic goat is a subspecies of goat domesticated from the wild goat of southwest Asia and Eastern Europe. The goat is a member of the Bovidae family and is closely related to the sheep as both are in the goat-antelope subfamily Caprinae. There are over three hundred distinct breeds of goat.Goats are one of the oldest domesticated species

Goathland railway station
Goathland railway station is a station on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway and serves the village of Goathland in North Yorkshire, England. It is famous for appearing in the television series Heartbeat and as Hogsmeade station the Hogwarts Express stop at in the Harry Potter films

Gobi Desert
The Gobi is a large desert region in Asia. It covers parts of northern and northwestern China, and of southern Mongolia. The desert basins of the Gobi are bounded by the Altai Mountains and the grasslands and steppes of Mongolia on the north, by the Hexi Corridor and Tibetan Plateau to the southwest, and by the North China Plain to the southeast

Goblet cell
Goblet cells are glandular simple columnar epithelial cells whose sole function is to secrete mucin, which dissolves in water to form mucus. They use both apocrine and merocrine methods for secretion.

Goblin shark
The goblin shark, Mitsukurina owstoni, is a deep-sea shark, the sole living species in the family Mitsukurinidae. The most distinctive characteristic of the goblin shark is the unusual shape of its head. It has a long, trowel-shaped, beak-like rostrum or snout, much longer than other sharks' snouts

Goblin Valley State Park
Goblin Valley State Park is a state park of Utah, USA.Its eminent feature is its thousands of hoodoos and hoodoo rocks, which are formations of mushroom-shaped rock pinnacles, some as high as several meters

Goby
The gobies form the family Gobiidae, which is one of the largest families of fish, with more than 2,000 species in more than 200 genera. Most are relatively small, typically less than 10 cm in length

GOCR
GOCR is a free optical character recognition program, initially written by Jörg Schulenburg. It can be used to convert or scan image files into text files.- Features :

God
God is the English name given to a singular being in theistic and deistic religions who is either the sole deity in monotheism, or a single deity in polytheism.

God in Christianity
In Christianity, God is the eternal being that created and preserves the universe. God is believed by most Christians to be immanent , while others believe the plan of redemption show he will be immanent later

God Save the Queen
"God Save the Queen" is an anthem used in a number of Commonwealth realms and British Crown Dependencies. The words of the song, like its title, are adapted to the gender of the current monarch, with "King" replacing "Queen", "he" replacing "she", and so forth, when a king reigns

God Save the Queen (Sex Pistols song)
"God Save the Queen" is a song by the English punk rock band The Sex Pistols. It was released as the band's second single and was featured on their only album, Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols. The song was released during Queen Elizabeth II's Silver Jubilee in 1977

God the Father
God the Father is a gendered title given to God in many monotheistic religions, particularly patriarchal, Abrahamic ones. In Judaism, God is called Father because he is the creator, life-giver, law-giver, and protector

Godaan
Godaan The Gift of a Cow is a Hindi novel by Munshi Premchand.It was first published in 1936 and is considered one of the greatest Hindi-Urdu novels of modern Indian literature. Themed around the socio economic deprivation as well as the exploitation of the village poor, the novel was the last complete novel of Premchand

Godavari River
The Godavari is a river that runs from western to southern India and is considered to be one of the big river basins in India. With a length of 1465 km, it is the second longest river in India , that runs within the country and also the longest river in South India

Goddard Space Flight Center
The Goddard Space Flight Center is a major NASA space research laboratory established on May 1, 1959 as NASA's first space flight center. GSFC employs approximately 10,000 civil servants and contractors, and is located approximately northeast of Washington, D.C. in Greenbelt, Maryland, USA. GSFC, one of ten major NASA field centers, is named in recognition of Dr. Robert H

Gode
Gode is a city in the Ethiopian part of the Ogaden. Located in the Gode Zone of the Somali Region, the city has a latitude and longitude of

Gode (woreda)
Gode is one of the 47 woredas in the Somali Region of Ethiopia, named after its major town, Gode. Part of the Gode Zone, available maps disagree on its exact location

Gode Zone
Gode is one of nine Zones of the Somali Region, Ogaden, of Ethiopia. This zone is named for its largest city, Gode. Gode is bordered on the south by Afder, on the west by the Oromia Region, on the north by Fiq and Degehabur, on the northeast by Korahe and Werder, and on the east by the Provisional Administrative Line with Somalia

Goderich, Ontario
Goderich is a town in the Canadian province of Ontario and is the county seat of Huron County. The town was founded by William "Tiger" Dunlop in 1827. First laid out in 1828, the town is named after Frederick John Robinson, 1st Viscount Goderich, who was British prime minister at the time. The town was officially incorporated in 1850., the population is 8000

Godfried Bomans
Godfried Bomans was a popular Dutch author and television personality and a prominent Dutch catholic

Godod, Zamboanga del Norte
Godod is a 4th class municipality in the province of Zamboanga del Norte, Philippines. According to the 2000 census, it has a population of 15,139 people in 2,877 households.-Barangays:Godod is politically subdivided into 17 barangays.* Baluno

Godolphin Arabian
The Godolphin Arabian , also known as the Godolphin Barb, was an Arabian horse who was one of three stallions that were the founders of the modern Thoroughbred horse racing bloodstock

Godrej Group
The Godrej Group is an Indian conglomerate headquartered in Mumbai, India. It was founded by Ardeshir Godrej and Pirojsha Godrej in 1897, Lalbaug, Mumbai

Godspell
Godspell is a musical by Stephen Schwartz and John-Michael Tebelak. It opened off Broadway on May 17, 1971, and has played in various touring companies and revivals many times since, including a 2011 revival now playing on Broadway

Godzilla (1954 film)
is a 1954 Japanese science fiction film directed by Ishirō Honda and produced by Tomoyuki Tanaka. The film stars Akira Takarada, Momoko Kōchi, Akihiko Hirata and Takashi Shimura. The film tells the story of Godzilla, a giant monster mutated by nuclear radiation, who ravages Japan, bringing back the horrors of nuclear war to a country that experienced it first hand

Godzilla (1998 film)
Godzilla is a 1998 science fiction monster disaster film film co-written and directed by Roland Emmerich. It is a loose remake of the 1954 giant monster classic Godzilla. The storyline was conceived from a screenplay written by Emmerich and Dean Devlin. The film relates a tale of a nuclear incident in the South Pacific which causes an abnormal mutation to occur in a reptile

Going After Cacciato
Going After Cacciato is a war novel written by author Tim O'Brien and winner of the National Book Award for fiction in 1979. This complex novel is set during the Vietnam War and is told from the point of view of the protagonist, Paul Berlin

Goitre
A goitre or goiter , is a swelling in the thyroid gland, which can lead to a swelling of the neck or larynx