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Albina (given name)
Albina is a feminine Tatar, Italian, Polish, Galician, Kyrgyz , and Slovene given name from the Roman cognate Albinus, derived from the Latin albus, meaning "white" or "bright". There are masculine variants including Albin in Poland, Scandinavia, and Slovenia; and Aubin in France

Albine
Albine is a commune of the Tarn department in southern France.

Albino (comics)
Albino is a fictional character, a supervillain in the in the Marvel Comics universe. Her first appearance was in Hawkeye: Earth's Mightiest Marksman #1 and was created by Tom DeFalco and Jeff Johnson.-Publication history:

Albino (film)
Albino is a 1976 German thriller directed by Jürgen Goslar and starring Christopher Lee, James Faulkner and Sybil Danning filmed on location during the Rhodesian bush war

Albinus (cardinal)
Albinus was an Italian Cardinal of the late twelfth century. An Augustinian regular canon, he was Bishop of Albano from 1189 to 1197.

Albinus (cognomen)
Albus or Albinus is a Latin surname, or cognomen, best known as the name of the main branch of the patrician gens Postumia. Albus, Albinus, the original form of the name, means "foreign", "someone of ofther jurisdiction" unlike, Album, Albus, which means "white"

Albinus (philosopher)
Albinus was a Platonist philosopher, who lived at Smyrna, and was teacher of Galen. A short tract by him, entitled Introduction to Plato's dialogues, has come down to us. From the title of one of the extant manuscripts we learn that Albinus was a pupil of Gaius the Platonist

Albion
Albion is the oldest known name of the island of Great Britain. Today, it is still sometimes used poetically to refer to the island or England in particular. It is also the basis of the Scottish Gaelic name for Scotland, Alba

Albion (Amtrak station)
Albion Station is an Amtrak station in Albion, Michigan. It is served by the Wolverine. Baggage cannot be checked at this location; however, up to two suitcases in addition to any "personal items" such as briefcases, purses, laptop bags, and infant equipment are allowed on board as carry-ons .The current Albion Station house was built in 1882 by the Michigan Central Railroad, which

Albion (Astronomy)
The Albion is the name of an astronomical instrument constructed by Richard of Wallingford, Abbot of St. Albans, in 1326.The device is described in a manuscript and in drawings by the Abbot. It consisted of several rotating disks, showing the courses of the sun, moon and stars. These disks were operated manually. It was not a clockwork mechanism.

Albion (novel series)
Albion is a trilogy of historical novels set in Arthurian Britain by British author Patrick McCormack.-Series:*The Last Companion *The White Phantom *The Lame Dancer -Overview:

Albion (wherry)
The Albion is a Norfolk wherry. Built in 1898, she served as a trading vessel and then as a lighter until being acquired by the Norfolk Wherry Trust for restoration and preservation in 1949. Since 1981 she has been moored at the Norfolk Wherry Trust wherry base at Womack Water near Ludham

Albugo
Albugo is a genus of oomycetes which are not true fungi , although many discussions of this organism still treat it as a fungus. The taxonomy of this genus is incomplete, but several species are plant pathogens

Album
An album is a collection of recordings, released as a single package on gramophone record, cassette, compact disc, or via digital distribution. The word derives from the Latin word for list .Vinyl LP records have two sides, each comprising one half of the album

Album (film)
Album is a 2002 Indian Tamil romantic drama film written and directed by Vasanthabalan, starring Aryan Rajesh and Shruthika. The story portrays the love and affection between two families. The film, produced by Kavithalayaa Productions, was Vasanthabalan's directorial debut and became a commercial failure, remainaing his only unsuccessful venture

Album (Joan Jett album)
Album is the third studio album by Joan Jett and the second to feature her backing band The Blackhearts. The album was originally released in 1983. The Cassette Tape version had 2 different issues, the first one was issued in a regular black plastic box MCA MCAC-5437] and a second later version issued in a red plastic box [MCA MCAC-5445]

Albumen (disambiguation)
Albumen is the white of an egg. It contains albumin proteins.Albumin is a class of several hundred proteins.Albumen or Albumin may also refer to:* Serum albumin, a protein, encoded by the ALB gene in humans

Alburquerque
-People:* Afonso de Albuquerque , a Portuguese fidalgo and naval general officer* Cássio Albuquerque dos Anjos , a Brazilian Goalkeeper* Filipe Albuquerque , a Portuguese race car driver

Albus
Albus, meaning white in Latin, may refer to:* Albus, a family name of ancient Rome, later lengthened to AlbinusIn biology:* a rosemary cultivar* Canis lupus albus, the tundra wolf, a mammal species* Corvus albus, the pied crow

Alcachofa
Alcachofa may refer to:* The Spanish word for Artichoke* Alcachofa , an album by Ricardo Villalobos

Alcaic verse
The Alcaic stanza is a Greek lyrical meter, an Aeolic verse form traditionally believed to have been invented by Alcaeus, a lyric poet from Mytilene on the island of Lesbos, about 600 BC

Alcalde
Alcalde , or Alcalde ordinario, is the traditional Spanish municipal magistrate, who had both judicial and administrative functions. An alcalde was, in the absence of a corregidor, the presiding officer of the Castilian cabildo and judge of first instance of a town

Alcatraz (album)
-Performers:* Dr. Frank – vocals, guitar* Joel Reader – bass* Jim "Jym" Ruzicka – drums* Eric Noyes – hammond organ on tracks 1, 3, 8, & 10, piano on tracks 1 & 4* Gabe Meline – hammond organ on track 13, piano on track 10, ARP on track 5

Alcatraz (disambiguation)
Alcatraz Island, or simply Alcatraz, is the historical site of the Alcatraz penitentiary, in San Francisco Bay, California.Alcatraz may also refer to:*Alcatraz , a 1992 sequel to the Infogrames game Hostages

Alchemist
An alchemist is a person who practices alchemy. Alchemist may also refer to:-People and groups:*The Alchemist , a hip hop music producer and rapper*Alchemist , an Australian progressive metal band

Alchemy
Alchemy is an influential philosophical tradition whose early practitioners’ claims to profound powers were known from antiquity. The defining objectives of alchemy are varied; these include the creation of the fabled philosopher's stone possessing powers including the capability of turning base metals into the noble metals gold or silver- as well as an elixir of life conferring youth

Alchemy (Leah Andreone album)
Alchemy is Leah Andreone's second full length album. It contains the song "Lamentation", which was featured on the popular FOX network television show So You Think You Can Dance.- Track listing :All songs by Leah Andreone, except where noted

Alchemy (Richard Lloyd album)
Alchemy is the debut solo album of Television guitarist, Richard Lloyd. It was released in 1979, one year after the breakup of Television and the release of their second album, Adventure

Alcohol (Barenaked Ladies song)
"Alcohol" is a song by the Alternative rock group Barenaked Ladies released as the last single and sixth track on their 1998 album Stunt. Although it did not chart on the Billboard Hot 100 or the UK Singles Chart, it received some airplay on the US Modern Rock Tracks charts, peaking at #33 on the chart.-Charts:

Alcohol (Brad Paisley song)
"Alcohol" is a song written and recorded by American country music singer Brad Paisley. It was released in May 2005 as the first single from Paisley's 2005 album Time Well Wasted, reaching number 4 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts. It also peaked at number 28 on the U.S

Alcohol (CSS song)
"Alcohol" is a single by Brazilian band CSS from their first album Cansei de Ser Sexy.-Tracklisting:#"Alcohol" #"Knife" ¹¹ A cover song of Grizzly Bear

Alcohol (disambiguation)
An alcohol is an organic compound in which a hydroxyl functional group is bound to a carbon atom.Alcohol may also refer to:*Specific alcohols:**Ethanol, the chemical compound commonly known as alcohol

Alcoholic (song)
"Alcoholic" is the third single from the album Love Is Here by British pop band Starsailor, released in 2001. Often wrongly credited as "Daddy Was an Alcoholic", it is one of their most popular songs so far, and also their first single to be in the UK top ten

Alcove
Alcove , a vault) is an architectural term for a recess in a room, usually screened off by pillars, balustrades or drapery.In geography and geology, the term Alcove is used for a wind-eroded depression in the side of a cliff of a homogenous rock type, famous from sandstones of the Colorado Plateau like the Navajo Sandstone.

ALCS (disambiguation)
ACLS commonly refers to the American League Championship Series in American baseballALCS may also refer to:* Abundant Life Christian School, a K4-12 school in Madison, Wisconsin

Alcyon (cycling team)
Alcyon is a former French professional cycling team that was active from 1906 to 1955. It was owned by Alcyon, a French bicycle, automobile and motorcycle manufacturer.- History :

Alcyone
In Greek mythology, Alcyone was the daughter of Aeolus, either by Enarete or Aegiale. She married Ceyx, son of Eosphorus, the Morning Star.

Alcyone (disambiguation)
Alcyone, in Greek mythology, is the daughter of Aeolus and wife of CeyxAlcyone may also refer to:*Other figures in Greek mythology:** Alcyone , one of the Pleiades** Cleopatra Alcyone, Meleager’s wife

Alcyone (opera)
Alcyone is an opera by the French composer Marin Marais. It takes the form of a tragédie en musique in a prologue and five acts. The libretto, by Antoine Houdar de la Motte, is based on the Greek myth of Ceyx and Alcyone as recounted by Ovid in his Metamorphoses. The opera was first performed at the Académie royale de musique, Paris on 18 February 1706

Alcyone (Pleiades)
Alcyone in Greek mythology is the name of one of the Pleiades, daughters of Atlas and Pleione or, more rarely, Aethra. She attracted the attention of the god Poseidon and bore him several children, variously named in the sources: Hyrieus, Lycus, Hyperenor, and Aethusa; Hyperes and Anthas; Glaucus; and Epopeus

Ald (length)
Ald is an old Mongolian measure equal to the length between a man's outstretched arms. An ald is therefore approximately equal to 160 cm.- History :

Aldcliffe
Aldcliffe is a small village south-west of Lancaster in Lancashire, England.-Etymology:The name of the village can be split into two parts, 'ald' which roughly means 'old', and 'clif' which means 'high ground'.-History:

Aldea
Aldea may refer to:* Aurel Aldea , a Romanian general and anti-communist resistance leader* Bogdan Aldea , a Romanian football player

Alder
Alder is the common name of a genus of flowering plants belonging to the birch family . The genus comprises about 30 species of monoecious trees and shrubs, few reaching large size, distributed throughout the North Temperate Zone and in the Americas along the Andes southwards to Argentina.-Etymology:The common name alder is derived from an old

Alderman (disambiguation)
An alderman is a member of a municipal assembly or council in many jurisdictions.Alderman may also refer to:* Alderman Lesmond , West Indian cricketer* Ariel Alderman, a fictional Neo-Nazi character in Nip/Tuck

Aldimine
In organic chemistry, an aldimine is an imine that is an analog of an aldehyde.As such, aldimines have the general formula R–CH=N–R. Aldimines are similar to ketimines, which are analogs of ketones.An important subset of aldimines are the Schiff bases,

Aldina
Aldina is a genus of plant from Venezuelan Amazonia, of the family Fabaceae.A new species from the Amazonian lowland forest. Located in lowland humid forests.

Aldose
An aldose is a monosaccharide that contains only one aldehyde group per molecule. The chemical formula takes the form Cnn. The simplest possible aldose is the diose glycolaldehyde, which only contains two carbon atoms.

Ale
Ale is a type of beer brewed from malted barley using a warm fermentation with a strain of brewers' yeast. The yeast will ferment the beer quickly, giving it a sweet, full bodied and fruity taste

Ale (woreda)
Ale is one of the 180 woredas in the Oromia Region of Ethiopia. Part of the Illubabor Zone, Ale is bordered on the south by the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region, on the west by Nono, on the northwest by Bure, and on the northeast by Metu. Towns in Ale include Ale, Gore and Leka.Rivers in Ale include the Moro Kala and Waffa, both part of the drainage area of the Baro

Alea (Greek soldier)
Alea was a Greek soldier who reputedly invented the dicing game Tabula.This is the origin of the name aléatoire, meaning random.The assertion appears dubious however, not least because it is somewhat unlikely that "a Greek soldier" would be named with the Latin word for "chance" Alea was a Greek soldier who reputedly invented the dicing game Tabula.This is the origin of the name aléatoire, meaning random.The assertion appears dubious however, not least because it is somewhat unlikely that "a Greek soldier" would be named with the Latin word for "chance" Alea was a Greek soldier who reputedly invented the dicing game Tabula.This is the origin of the name aléatoire, meaning random.The assertion appears dubious however, not least because it is somewhat unlikely that "a Greek soldier" would be named with the Latin word for "chance" (cf

Aleatory
Aleatoricism is the incorporation of chance into the process of creation, especially the creation of art or media. The word derives from the Latin word alea, the rolling of dice

Alec
Alec is the Scottish form of Alex, a given name related to Alexander. Alec may refer to:-People:*Alec Baldwin, American actor*Alec Bedser , English cricketer*Alec Berg, American television writer*Alec Bregonzi , English actor

Alecrim
Alecrim is a municipality in the state Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.

Alectoria
Alectoria can refer to:*Alectoria – a genus of lichenized fungi*Alectoria – a genus of bush crickets or katydids in the family Tettigoniidae subfamily Phaneropterinae

Aleksis
Aleksis is a given name, and may refer to:* Aleksis Dreimanis , award winning Quaternary geologist* Aleksis Kivi , Finnish author-See also:* Aleksy * Alexey * Alexis

Alembic
An alembic is an alchemical still consisting of two vessels connected by a tube

Alen (disambiguation)
Alen is a Bosniak and Croatian given name and may refer to:* Alen Avdić , Bosnian football player* Alen Bajkusa , soccer player* Alen Bokšić , former football striker* Alen Floričić , modern Croatian artist

Aleph
* Aleph or Alef is the first letter of the Semitic abjads descended from Proto-Canaanite, Arabic alphabet, Phoenician alphabet, Hebrew alphabet, Syriac alphabet-People:*Aleph , an Italo disco artist and alias of Dave Rodgers

American-British-Dutch-Australian Command
The American-British-Dutch-Australian Command, or ABDACOM, was a short-lived, supreme command for all Allied forces in South East Asia, in early 1942, during the Pacific War in World War II

American-led boycott of the 1980 Summer Olympics
The 1980 Summer Olympics boycott of the Moscow Olympics was a part of a package of actions initiated by the United States to protest the Soviet war in Afghanistan

Americanization (of Native Americans)
The Americanization of Native Americans was an assimilation effort by the United States to transform Native American culture to European-American culture between the years of 1790–1920. George Washington and Henry Knox were first to propose, in an American context, the cultural transformation of Native Americans. They formulated a policy to encourage the "civilizing" process

Americans For Fair Taxation
Americans For Fair Taxation , also known as FairTax.org, states it is the United States' largest, single-issue grassroots organization and taxpayers union dedicated to fundamental tax code replacement

Americans for Tax Reform
Americans for Tax Reform is an advocacy group and taxpayer group whose stated goal is "a system in which taxes are simpler, flatter, more visible, and lower than they are today. The government's power to control one's life derives from its power to tax

Americium
Americium is a synthetic element that has the symbol Am and atomic number 95. This transuranic element of the actinide series is located in the periodic table below the lanthanide element europium, and thus by analogy was named after another continent, America.Americium was first produced in 1944 by the group of Glenn T. Seaborg at the University of California, Berkeley

Americium(II) oxide
Americium dioxide is a blackcompound of americium. It is used as a source of alpha particles, particularly in ionisation-type smoke detectors. In the solid state AmO2 adopts the fluorite, CaF2 structure.

Amerigo Vespucci
Amerigo Vespucci was an Italian explorer, financier, navigator and cartographer. The Americas are generally believed to have derived their name from the feminized Latin version of his first name.-Expeditions:

Amethyst
Amethyst is a violet variety of quartz often used in jewelry. The name comes from the Ancient Greek ἀ a- and μέθυστος methustos , a reference to the belief that the stone protected its owner from drunkenness; the ancient Greeks and Romans wore amethyst and made drinking vessels of it in the belief that it would prevent intoxication

AMF Bowling Center
AMF Bowling Centers, Inc. is the world's largest owner and operator of bowling centers, employing more than 10,000 people. The centers offer multi-lane Ten-pin bowling for all ages, support league play, and local events such as Dollar Mania and Late Night College Fest as well as Xtreme Bowling

Amharic language
Amharic is a Semitic language spoken in Ethiopia. It is the second most-spoken Semitic language in the world, after Arabic, and the official working language of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia. Thus, it has official status and is used nationwide. Amharic is also the official or working language of several of the states within the federal system

Amherst College
Amherst College is a private liberal arts college located in Amherst, Massachusetts, United States. Amherst is an exclusively undergraduate four-year institution and enrolled 1,744 students in the fall of 2009

Amherst, Nova Scotia
Amherst is a Canadian town in northwestern Cumberland County, Nova Scotia.Located at the northeast end of the Cumberland Basin, an arm of the Bay of Fundy, Amherst is strategically situated on the eastern boundary of the Tantramar Marshes 3 kilometres east of the interprovincial border with New Brunswick and 65 kilometres east of the city of

Amide
In chemistry, an amide is an organic compound that contains the functional group consisting of a carbonyl group linked to a nitrogen atom . The term refers both to a class of compounds and a functional group within those compounds. The term amide also refers to deprotonated form of ammonia or an amine, often represented as anions R2N–

Amiens
Amiens is a city and commune in northern France, north of Paris and south-west of Lille. It is the capital of the Somme department in Picardy

Amiens Cathedral
The Cathedral of Our Lady of Amiens , or simply Amiens Cathedral, is a Roman Catholic cathedral and seat of the Bishop of Amiens

Amillennialism
Amillennialism is a view in Christian end-times theology named for its rejection of the theory that Jesus Christ will have a thousand-year long, physical reign on the earth

Amina Zaydan
Amina Zaydan is an Egyptian novelist and short story writer. She was born in 1966 in Suez and now lives in Cairo where she works as a civil servant.Zaydan is known for her strong stand on gender inequality in her writings

Amine
Amines are organic compounds and functional groups that contain a basic nitrogen atom with a lone pair. Amines are derivatives of ammonia, wherein one or more hydrogen atoms have been replaced by a substituent such as an alkyl or aryl group. Important amines include amino acids, biogenic amines, trimethylamine, and aniline; see :Category:Amines for a list of amines

Amish
The Amish , sometimes referred to as Amish Mennonites, are a group of Christian church fellowships that form a subgroup of the Mennonite churches

Amit Goswami
Amit Goswami is a theoretical nuclear physicist and member of The University of Oregon Institute for Theoretical Physics since 1968, teaching physics for 32 years

Amitav Ghosh
Amitav Ghosh , is a Bengali Indian author best known for his work in the English language.-Life:Ghosh was born in Calcutta on July 11, 1956, to Lieutenant Colonel Shailendra Chandra Ghosh, a retired officer of the pre-independence Indian Army, and was educated at The Doon School; St

Ammeter
An ammeter is a measuring instrument used to measure the electric current in a circuit. Electric currents are measured in amperes , hence the name. Instruments used to measure smaller currents, in the milliampere or microampere range, are designated as milliammeters or microammeters

Ammi B. Young
Ammi Burnham Young was an important 19th century American architect whose commissions transitioned from the Greek Revival to the Neo-Renaissance styles. His Second Vermont State House brought him fame and success, which eventually led him to become the first Supervising Architect of the U.S. Treasury Department

Ammonia
Ammonia is a compound of nitrogen and hydrogen with the formula . It is a colourless gas with a characteristic pungent odour. Ammonia contributes significantly to the nutritional needs of terrestrial organisms by serving as a precursor to food and fertilizers. Ammonia, either directly or indirectly, is also a building-block for the synthesis of many pharmaceuticals

Ammonium
The ammonium cation is a positively charged polyatomic cation with the chemical formula NH. It is formed by the protonation of ammonia

Ammonium acetate
Ammonium acetate is a chemical compound with the formula CH3COONH4 . It is a white solid, which can be derived from the reaction of ammonia and acetic acid

Ammonium alum
Ammonium aluminium sulfate, also known as ammonium alum is a white crystalline double sulfate usually encountered as the dodecahydrate, formula Al2·12H2O. It is used in small amounts in a variety of niche applications

Ammonium bicarbonate
Ammonium bicarbonate, a compound with formulaNH4, also called bicarbonate of ammonia, ammonium hydrogen carbonate, hartshorn, AmBic or powdered baking ammonia, is the bicarbonate salt of ammonia.

Ammonium carbonate
Ammonium carbonate is a commercial salt with the chemical formula 2CO3. It is used when crushed as a smelling salt. It can be crushed when needed in order to revive someone who has fainted

Ammonium cerium(IV) nitrate
Ceric ammonium nitrate is the inorganic compound with the formula 2Ce6. This orange-red, water-soluble cerium salt is widely used as an oxidising agent in organic synthesis and as a standard oxidant in quantitative analysis.

Ammonium chloride
Ammonium chloride NH4Cl is an inorganic compound with the formula NH4Cl. It is a white crystalline salt that is highly soluble in water. Solutions of ammonium chloride are mildly acidic. Sal ammoniac is a name of natural, mineralogical form of ammonium chloride

Ammonium hydroxide
Ammonia solution, also known as ammonium hydroxide, ammonia water, ammonical liquor, ammonia liquor, aqua ammonia, aqueous ammonia, or simply ammonia, is a solution of ammonia in water. It can be denoted by the symbols NH3

Ammonium lauryl sulfate
Ammonium lauryl sulfate is the common name for ammonium dodecyl sulfate . The dodecyl signifies the presence of a 12-member carbon chain in the molecular backbone which allows the molecule to bond with non-polar portions of molecules while the highly polar sulfate head allows the molecule to bond with polar molecules such as water

Ammonium perchlorate
Ammonium perchlorate is an inorganic compound with the formula NH4ClO4. It is the salt of perchloric acid and ammonia. It is a powerful oxidizer, which is why its main use is in solid propellants

Ammonium persulfate
Ammonium persulfate 2S2O8 is a strong oxidizing agent. It is very soluble in water; the dissolution of the salt in water is endothermic. It is a radical initiator. It is used to etch copper on printed circuit boards as an alternative to ferric chloride solution

Ammopiptanthus
Ammopiptanthus is a genus of flowering plants in the legume family, Fabaceae. It belongs to the sub family Faboideae.

Amniotic sac
The amniotic sac is the sac in which the fetus develops in amniotes. It is a tough but thin transparent pair of membranes, which hold a developing embryo until shortly before birth. The inner membrane, the amnion, contains the amniotic fluid and the fetus. The outer membrane, the Chorion, contains the amnion and is part of the placenta

Amoeba
Amoeba is a genus of Protozoa.History=The amoeba was first discovered by August Johann Rösel von Rosenhof in 1757. Early naturalists referred to Amoeba as the Proteus animalcule after the Greek god Proteus, who could change his shape

Amoeba proteus
Amoeba proteus, previously Chaos diffluens, is an amoeba closely related to the Giant Amoebae.This small protozoan uses tentacular protuberances called pseudopodia to move and phagocytose smaller unicellular organisms, which are enveloped inside the cell's cytoplasm in a food vacuole, where they are slowly broken down by enzymes

Among the Betrayed
Among the Betrayed is a 2002 novel by Margaret Peterson Haddix, about a time in which drastic measures have been taken to quell overpopulation. It is the third of seven novels in the Shadow Children series.-Plot summary:

Amorphophallus
Amorphophallus is a large genus of some 170 tropical and subtropical tuberous herbaceous plants from the Arum family

Amorphophallus paeoniifolius
Amorphophallus paeoniifolius, the Elephant foot yam or Whitespot giant arum or Stink lily, is a tropical tuber crop that offers excellent scope for adoption in the tropical countries as a cash crop due to its production potential and popularity as a vegetable in various delicious cuisines.Elephant foot yam is basically a crop of Southeast Asian origin

Amos 'n' Andy
Amos 'n' Andy is a situation comedy set in the African-American community. It was very popular in the United States from the 1920s through the 1950s on both radio and television.

Amos (prophet)
Amos is a minor prophet in the Old Testament, and the author of the Book of Amos. Before becoming a prophet, Amos was a sheep herder and a sycamore fig farmer. Amos' prior professions and his claim "I am not a prophet nor a son of a prophet" indicate that Amos was not from the school of prophets, which Amos claims makes him a true prophet

Amos Sawyer
Dr. Amos Claudius Sawyer was the President of the Interim Government of National Unity in Liberia . Sawyer was born to Abel Sawyer and Sarah Sawyer in 1945, of Sarpo ethnicity; his siblings include Joe Sawyer; the Sawyers were a prominent family in Sinoe County

Amos, Quebec
Amos is a ville in northwestern Quebec, Canada, on the Harricana River. It is the seat of Abitibi Regional County Municipality.Amos is the main city on the Harricana River, and the smallest of the three primary cities — after Rouyn-Noranda and Val-d'Or — in the Abitibi-Témiscamingue region of Quebec

Amoxicillin
Amoxicillin , formerly amoxycillin , and abbreviated amox, is a moderate-spectrum, bacteriolytic, β-lactam antibiotic used to treat bacterial infections caused by susceptible microorganisms. It is usually the drug of choice within the class because it is better absorbed, following oral administration, than other β-lactam antibiotics

Ampeg
Ampeg is primarily a musical instrument amplifier manufacturer headquartered in Woodinville, Washington, though they also manufacture guitars to a small extent

Ampelography
Ampelography is the field of botany concerned with the identification and classification of grapevines, Vitis spp. Traditionally this has been done by comparing the shape and colour of the vine leaves and grape berries; more recently the study of vines has been revolutionised by DNA fingerprinting.-Early history:The grape vine is an extremely

Ampex
Ampex is an American electronics company founded in 1944 by Alexander M. Poniatoff. The name AMPEX is an acronym, created by its founder, which stands for Alexander M. Poniatoff Excellence

Amphetamine
Amphetamine or amfetamine is a psychostimulant drug of the phenethylamine class which produces increased wakefulness and focus in association with decreased fatigue and appetite.Brand names of medications that contain, or metabolize into, amphetamine include Adderall, Dexedrine, Dextrostat,

Amphibian
Amphibians , are a class of vertebrate animals including animals such as toads, frogs, caecilians, and salamanders. They are characterized as non-amniote ectothermic tetrapods

Amphibious ATV
An amphibious all-terrain vehicle is a small off-road, and typically six-wheel drive, amphibious vehicle. They were developed in the early 1960s and quickly became popular in both the US and Canada. These vehicles are now used by enthusiasts and professionals worldwide.These vehicles earned their own classification - all-terrain vehicle

Amphibious warfare
Amphibious warfare is the use of naval firepower, logistics and strategy to project military power ashore. In previous eras it stood as the primary method of delivering troops to non-contiguous enemy-held terrain

Amphisbaenia
The Amphisbaenia are a usually legless suborder of squamates closely related to lizards and snakes. As many species possess a pink body coloration and scales arranged in rings, they have a superficial resemblance to earthworms. They are very poorly understood, due to their burrowing lifestyle and general rarity

Amphitheatre
An amphitheatre is an open-air venue used for entertainment and performances.There are two similar, but distinct, types of structure for which the word "amphitheatre" is used: Ancient Roman amphitheatres were large central performance spaces surrounded by ascending seating, and were commonly used for spectator sports; these compare more closely to modern

Amphitrite
In ancient Greek mythology, Amphitrite was a sea-goddess and wife of Poseidon. Under the influence of the Olympian pantheon, she became merely the consort of Poseidon, and was further diminished by poets to a symbolic representation of the sea

Amphoe Dok Khamtai
-History:Originally created in 1832, the district was abolished on December 23, 1917 and incorporated into Phayao district. It was recreated as a minor district on January 24, 1963. It was finally upgraded back to a full district on July 27, 1965.

Ampicillin
Ampicillin is a beta-lactam antibiotic that has been used extensively to treat bacterial infections since 1961. Until the introduction of ampicillin by the British company Beecham, penicillin therapies had only been effective against Gram-positive organisms such as staphylococci and streptococci

Amplitude modulation
Amplitude modulation is a technique used in electronic communication, most commonly for transmitting information via a radio carrier wave. AM works by varying the strength of the transmitted signal in relation to the information being sent

Amplitude-shift keying
Amplitude-shift keying is a form of modulation that represents digital data as variations in the amplitude of a carrier wave.Any digital modulation scheme uses a finite number of distinct signals to represent digital data. ASK uses a finite number of amplitudes, each assigned a unique pattern of binary digits. Usually, each amplitude encodes an equal number of bits

Amr Khaled
Amr Mohamed Helmi Khaled is an Egyptian Muslim activist and television preacher. The New York Times Magazine, in reference to Khaled's popularity in Arab countries, described him in its April 30, 2006 issue as "the world's most famous and influential Muslim television preacher." Amr Khaled has recently been chosen as number 13 of the world's most influential people by Time

Amroha
Amroha is a small town in the north-western Uttar Pradesh state in northern India. It is located north-west of Moradabad, near the Sot River

Amshinov (Hasidic dynasty)
Amshinov is the name of a Hasidic dynasty founded by Rabbi Yaakov Dovid Kalish. It is an offshoot of Vurka dynasty. It takes its name from the Yiddish name of Mszczonów, a town in Poland.-History:

Amstelveen
' is a suburban municipality in the Netherlands, in the province of North Holland. It is part of the metropolitan area of Amsterdam. The municipality of Amstelveen consists of the following villages and/or districts: Amstelveen, Bovenkerk, Westwijk, Bankras-Kostverloren, Groenelaan, Waardhuizen, Randwijk, Elsrijk, Keizer Karelpark, Nes aan de Amstel, Ouderkerk aan de Amstel

Amsterdam
Amsterdam is the largest city and the capital of the Netherlands. The current position of Amsterdam as capital city of the Kingdom of the Netherlands is governed by the constitution of August 24, 1815 and its successors. Amsterdam has a population of 783,364 within city limits, an urban population of 1,209,419 and a metropolitan population of 2,158,592

Amsterdam Schiphol Airport
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol , ) is the Netherlands' main international airport, located 20 minutes southwest of Amsterdam, in the municipality of Haarlemmermeer. The airport's official English name, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, reflects the original Dutch word order

Amtrak
The National Railroad Passenger Corporation, doing business as Amtrak , is a government-owned corporation that was organized on May 1, 1971, to provide intercity passenger train service in the United States. "Amtrak" is a portmanteau of the words "America" and "track". It is headquartered at Union Station in Washington, D.C.All of Amtrak's preferred stock is owned by the U.S