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Deseret may refer to:* Deseret , term used in the Book of Mormon meaning "honeybee"* State of Deseret, provisional state of the United States, proposed in 1849 by Mormon settlers in Salt Lake City

A desert is a landscape or region that receives an extremely low amount of precipitation, less than enough to support growth of most plants. Most deserts have an average annual precipitation of less than

Desert (disambiguation)
Desert can refer to:* Desert, a geographic term for an area that receives little precipitation* Committing the act of desertion, illegally quitting an army

Desert (particle physics)
In particle physics, the desert refers to a theorized gap in energy scales between the TeV scale and the GUT scale in which no new physics appears. The idea of the desert was motivated by the observation of approximate, order of magnitude, gauge coupling unification at the GUT scale

Desert (philosophy)
Desert in philosophy is the condition of being deserving of something, whether good or bad.-Nomenclature:The word is related to justice, revenge, blame, punishment and many topics central to moral philosophy

Desert pavement
A desert pavement is a desert surface that is covered with closely packed, interlocking angular or rounded rock fragments of pebble and cobble size.-Formation:Several theories have been proposed for their formation

Desert rat
Desert Rat or desert rat or its plural may refer to:* The Desert Rats, nickname for the British 7th Armoured Division* The Desert Rats, 1953 war film starring Richard Burton* Desert rat, old name for the Sumal

Deserted may refer to:*Desertion, the act of abandoning or withdrawing support from an entity to which one has given*"Deserted", a song by Blind Melon from their 1992 album Blind Melon

Deserter (song)
Deserter is the first single from Matthew Dear's 2007 album Asa Breed, released on May 8, 2007 on Ghostly International Records. It was released on 10" and digital formats only, and both versions feature a remix of the song by Four Tet.- 10" :

In military terminology, desertion is the abandonment of a "duty" or post without permission and is done with the intention of not returning

A desiccant is a hygroscopic substance that induces or sustains a state of dryness in its local vicinity in a moderately well-sealed container.

Desiccation is the state of extreme dryness, or the process of extreme drying. A desiccant is a hygroscopic substance that induces or sustains such a state in its local vicinity in a moderately sealed container.-Science:

Desideratum is the second album of ambient band Synæsthesia which was released in 1995.-Disc one:# "Andromedia" – 8:00# "Orion Nebulua" – 11:30# "Consciousness" – 6:56# "Umbra" – 9:00# "Barred Spirals" – 9:48# "DNA Barcode" – 10:42

Desiderio may refer to:People with the given name Desiderio:* Desiderio Costa , Angolan politician* Desiderio da Settignano , Italian sculptor* Desi Arnaz , Cuban-born American entertainer

Design as a noun informally refers to a plan or convention for the construction of an object or a system while “to design” refers to making this plan

Designate (Columbia)
Under the Colombian Constitution of 1886 the Designate was a person—a member of the Senate or member of the Cabinet—selected to act as President when the incumbent was dead, ill or otherwise unable to discharge the duties of office.

Designated driver
The terms "designated driver" and "designated driving" refer to selecting a person to remain sober, as the driver of a vehicle, while others are allowed to drink to excess . A designated driver is a person who abstains from alcohol on a social occasion in order to drive his/her companions home safely

Designation may refer to:* Professional certification* Designation , an official classification determined by a government agency or historical society- See also :* United States Department of Defense aerospace vehicle designation

A designer is a person who designs. More formally, a designer is an agent that "specifies the structural properties of a design object". In practice, anyone who creates tangible or intangible objects, such as consumer products, processes, laws, games and graphics, is referred to as a designer.Classically, the main areas of design were only painting, sculpture and architecture, which

-Concepts:* Desire , a sense of longing or hoping* Desire * Greed, one of the seven deadly sins, selfish pursuit of wealth, power, or possessions* Interpersonal attraction* Libido, sexual desire according to Freud and psychoanalysis

Desire (1936 film)
Desire is an American romantic drama film released in 1936 and directed by Frank Borzage. It was produced by Borzage and Ernst Lubitsch. The picture is a remake of the 1933 German film Die Schönen Tage von Aranjuez. The screenplay was written by Samuel Hoffenstein, Edwin Justus Mayer and Waldemar Young based on the play Die Schönen Tage von Aranjuez by Hans Székely and Robert

Desire (1982 film)
Desire is a 1982 Filipino- American film directed by Eddie Romero and starred John Saxon , Judith Chapman and Tetchie Agbayani.-Cast:*Tetchie Agbayani as Bessie*Butz Aquino*Manny Castañeda*Judith Chapman as Julie Seaver*Ken Metcalfe as Phil Seaver

Desire (Andy Gibb song)
"Desire" is a 1980 single A-side credited to Andy Gibb. It reached number four on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart in 1980.The song was originally recorded in 1978 by The Bee Gees during sessions for their album Spirits Having Flown, and intended for release on that album

Desire (Darin song)
"Desire" is a song recorded by Swedish singer Darin. It was released as the third single from Darin's third studio album Break the News in Sweden on May 7, 2007

Desire (Eurovision song)
"Desire" was the Maltese entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2000, performed predominantly in English but with a bridge in Maltese by Claudette Pace.The song is an up-tempo ballad, with Pace explaining the depth of her feelings to her lover

Desire (philosophy)
In philosophy, desire has been identified as a philosophical problem since Antiquity. In Plato's The Republic, Socrates argues that individual desires must be postponed in the name of the higher ideal.

Desire (Ryan Adams song)
"Desire" is a song by Ryan Adams from his 2002 album Demolition. The song, at the length of 3:41, was not released as a single from the album. It originally attracted little attention, and even though the review site Music Box described it as crossing "U2 with Bob Dylan", several major reviews – like Rolling Stone and The A.V

Desire (Tom Scott album)
Desire is an album by jazz musician Tom Scott.-Track listing:All tracks composed by Tom Scott; except where indicated#"Desire"#"Sure Enough" #"The Only One"#"Stride" #"Johnny B

Desire (Tuxedomoon album)
Desire is the second album by the Californian Avant-garde Post-Punk band Tuxedomoon. It was originally released in 1981 by Ralph Records and rereleased in 1997 by CramBoy, bundled together with No Tears EP.-Track listing:

A desk is a furniture form and a class of table often used in a work or office setting for reading or writing on or using a computer. Desks often have one or more drawers to store office supplies and papers. Unlike a regular table, usually only one side of a desk is suitable to sit on . Not all desks have the form of a table

Deskilling is the process by which skilled labor within an industry or economy is eliminated by the introduction of technologies operated by semiskilled or unskilled workers

Desktop refers to the surface of a desk.The term has been adopted as an adjective to distinguish office appliances which can be fitted on top of a desk, from larger equipment covering its own area on the floor.

DESMOND (diabetes)
DESMOND is a UK NHS training course for people with type 2 diabetes that helps people to identify their own health risks and to set their own goals.- Background :

Desolation is the first full-length studio album by progressive rock band Amphoteric. Although the album was praised by critics and earned the band an almost 'cult-like' following, it received marginal commercial success

Despair may refer to:* Despair , hopelessness or lack of hope* Despair , a 1936 novel by Vladimir Nabokov* Despair , a 1978 film adapted from the above and directed by Rainer Fassbinder

Despair (band)
Despair was a technical thrash metal band from Germany, featuring multi-instrumentalist Waldemar Sorychta. They released their first album "History of Hate" in 1988 with the following line-up:* Waldemar Sorychta – guitar, vocals* Robert Kampf – vocals

Despair (film)
Despair is a 1978 film directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder and starring Dirk Bogarde, based on the novel of the same name by Vladimir Nabokov

-Business:*despatch, the reverse of demurrage, paid under a voyage charter when a ship is loaded or unloaded in less time than allowed in the charter party

Desperado may refer to:* Outlaw, particularly in the American Old West- Amusement rides :* Desperado , a roller coaster at Buffalo Bill's casino in Primm, Nevada* Desperados , a collective amusement ride- Comics :

Desperado (album)
Desperado is the second studio album by the American rock band Eagles. It was recorded at Island Studios in London, United Kingdom and released in 1973. Desperado is a concept album, based on the Dalton gang and the Old West.

Desperado (band)
Desperado is a heavy metal band formed by Dee Snider in 1988, after Twisted Sister was disbanded. Besides Dee Snider Desparado Limited Edition was released on April 21, 2009, featuring eleven tracks from 'Bloodied But Unbowed'.-Past members:

Desperate may refer to:* Despair , a feeling of hopelessness* Desperate , a 1947 suspense film directed by Anthony Mann* Desperate * Desperate * "Desperate"

Desperate (Daphne Khoo album)
Desperate is the official debut studio album of Daphne Khoo. It was released in December, 2007. It contains the singles "Doll" and "Desperate". It is well-received in Southeast Asia, Singapore.-Track listing:# "Doll"# "Desperate"# "Wrong"# "J-tusk"

Desperate (Daphne Khoo song)
"Desperate" is the second single released in Singapore by Daphne Khoo from the debut album, with the same name as the song title, Desperate.-Singapore:

Desperate (Divinyls album)
Desperate is the debut studio album and second overall album by Australian rock band Divinyls, released in 1983 by Chrysalis Records. The album contains the hits "Boys in Town", "Science Fiction" and "Siren ".-Background:

"Desperately" is the title of a country music song written by Bruce Robison and Monte Warden. Robison first recorded the song on his 1998 album Wrapped. It was later covered by singer George Strait on his 2003 album Honkytonkville. Released in January 2004 as that album's third and final single, it peaked at number 6 on the Billboard country charts

Desperation (disambiguation)
Desperation is an emotional state of mind of a person who feel as if they are left with no options, and therefore will make rash decisions and are more willing to accept any option that is available to them despite their preference.Desperation can refer to:

Despise means to regard with contempt or scorn.It may also refer to:Music* Despised Icon, an extreme metal band* Despise the Sun, an album* A song by metal band, Slipknot on the digipak version of their self-titled album

Despite is a metal band from Gothenburg, Sweden. The band was formed 1998. Their debut album, "In Your Despite" was released in Sweden in March 2009. The album contains a song called ”MindPlague” with guest vocals supplied by Knut Agnred, a renowned Swedish singer and member of the very popular comedy group ”Galenskaparna och After Shave”

Despot may refer to:* Despot , a Byzantine court title* Despotism, a form of government in which power is concentrated in the hands of an individual or a small groupPeople with the surname Despot:

Despotism is a form of government in which a single entity rules with absolute power. That entity may be an individual, as in an autocracy, or it may be a group, as in an oligarchy

Dess may refer to :* Dess-Martin periodinane, a chemical reagent used to oxidize primary alcohols to aldehydes and secondary alcohols to ketones* Albert Dess , a German politician and member of the European Parliament for Bavaria

In cultures around the world, dessert is a course that typically comes at the end of a meal, usually consisting of sweet food. The word comes from the French language as dessert and this from Old French desservir, "to clear the table" and "to serve." Common Western desserts include cakes, biscuits, gelatin, pastries, ice cream, pies, and candies

Destination was a disco studio group from New York who had two chart entries: In 1979, "Move On Up" / "Up Up Up" / "Destination's Theme," which spent four weeks at number one on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart, and #68 on the Hot Soul Singles chart

Destination may refer to:*Destination a physical location one may journey or travel to*Destination *Destination *Destination *Destination

Destination (disambiguation)
Destination may refer to:*Destination a physical location one may journey or travel to*Destination *Destination *Destination *Destination

Destination (FictionJunction YUUKA album)
Destination is the first album of J-pop duo FictionJunction Yuuka. It was released on November 23, 2005.This album includes their first three singles and their b-sides, as well as five brand-new songs. There are two versions of this album: the normal edition and the limited edition

Destination (game)
Destination is a board game first published in 2004 by R.T.L Ltd. Players compete as taxi drivers to acquire play money by moving from destination to destination using dice.

Girl Scout Destinations, formerly Wider Opportunities or Wider Ops, are events for individual Girl Scouts hosted by GSUSA or individual Girl Scout councils

Destine is a rock band that formed in Tilburg, the Netherlands in 2006.-History:Originally from the Netherlands, Destine has a sound which is similar to bands like Fall Out Boy, Paramore and Simple Plan.

Destiny or fate refers to a predetermined course of events. It may be conceived as a predetermined future, whether in general or of an individual

Destiny (1938 film)
Destiny is a 1938 drama film directed by Mario Mattoli and starring Cesare Bettarini.-Cast:* Cesare Bettarini* Luigi Cimara* Emma Gramatica - Damigella di Bard* Armando Migliari* Mirella Pardi

Destiny (band)
Destiny is a heavy metal / progressive metal band from Gothenburg, Sweden, founded by Stefan Björnshög.-Members:Current*Stefan Björnshög - Bass*Michael Åberg - Guitar*Birger Löfman - DrumsFormer

Destiny (Chaka Khan album)
Destiny is the sixth studio album by American R&B/funk singer Chaka Khan, released on Warner Bros. Records in 1986.Destiny was Khan's follow-up to the platinum-selling I Feel for You and was as high tech as its predecessor - symptomatically and characteristically for its period with more producers and sound engineers credited in the liner notes than musicians - but was

Destiny (given name)
Destiny is a feminine name meaning "destiny, fate" from the Latin word "destinare," meaning "to determine." It has been a popular name in the United States, where it is ranked in the top 50 names given to baby girls. It is also name particularly popular for African American girls. In 2006, Destiny was among the top 10 names given to African American girls in New York City

Gulf of Aqaba
The Gulf of Aqaba is a large gulf located at the northern tip of the Red Sea. In pre twentieth-century and modern sources it is often named the Gulf of Eilat, as Eilat is its predominant Israeli city .

Gulf of California
The Gulf of California is a body of water that separates the Baja California Peninsula from the Mexican mainland

Gulf of Mexico
The Gulf of Mexico is a partially landlocked ocean basin largely surrounded by the North American continent and the island of Cuba. It is bounded on the northeast, north and northwest by the Gulf Coast of the United States, on the southwest and south by Mexico, and on the southeast by Cuba. In Texas and Louisiana it is often called the "Third Coast," in comparison with the U.S

Gulf of Saint Lawrence
The Gulf of Saint Lawrence , the world's largest estuary, is the outlet of North America's Great Lakes via the Saint Lawrence River into the Atlantic Ocean

Gulf of Sidra incident (1981)
In the first Gulf of Sidra incident, 19 August 1981, two Libyan Su-22 Fitter attack aircraft were shot down by two American F-14 Tomcats off of the Libyan coast.-Background:

Gulf of Tonkin Incident
The Gulf of Tonkin Incident, or the USS Maddox Incident, are the names given to two incidents, one fabricated, involving North Vietnam and the United States in the waters of the Gulf of Tonkin

Gulf Stream
The Gulf Stream, together with its northern extension towards Europe, the North Atlantic Drift, is a powerful, warm, and swift Atlantic ocean current that originates at the tip of Florida, and follows the eastern coastlines of the United States and Newfoundland before crossing the Atlantic Ocean

Gulf War
The Persian Gulf War , commonly referred to as simply the Gulf War, was a war waged by a U.N.-authorized coalition force from 34 nations led by the United States, against Iraq in response to Iraq's invasion and annexation of Kuwait.The war is also known under other names, such as the First Gulf War, Gulf War I, or the Iraq

Gulf, Mobile and Ohio Railroad
The Gulf, Mobile and Ohio was a Class I railroad in the central United States whose primary routes extended from Mobile, Alabama, and New Orleans, Louisiana, to St

Gulfstream Aerospace
Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation is a producer of several models of jet aircraft. Gulfstream has been a unit of General Dynamics since 1999.The company has produced more than 1,500 aircraft for corporate, government, private, and military customers around the world

Gull Lake (Alberta)
Gull Lake is a large lake in central Alberta, Canada. It is a popular recreational lake with its southern shores boasting large sandy beaches. Gull Lake is centrally located between Edmonton and Calgary and lies in two counties, Ponoka County and Lacombe County

Gulu is a city in Northern Uganda. It is the commercial and administrative centre of Gulu District. The city is located at 2˚46'48N 32˚18'00E, on the metre gauge railway from Tororo to Pakwach. Gulu is located approximately , by road, north of Kampala, Uganda's capital and largest city

Gulu District
Gulu District is a district in Northern Uganda. The district is named after its chief municipal, administrative and commercial center, the town of Gulu.-Location:

Gum arabic
220px|thumb|right|Acacia gumGum arabic, also known as acacia gum, chaar gund, char goond, or meska, is a natural gum made of hardened sap taken from two species of the acacia tree; Acacia senegal and Acacia seyal

Gumare or Gomare is a rural village located in the North-West District of Botswana, near the Okavango Delta. The population of Gumare was 6,067 in 2001 census.Four separate government institutions manage Ngamiland District:# District Council;

Gummy bears
A Gummi bear is a small, rubbery-textured confectionery, similar to a jelly baby in English-speaking countries. The candy is roughly long and shaped in the form of a bear

Gummy shark
The gummy shark, Mustelus antarcticus, is a shark in the family Triakidae. It is a slender grey shark with white spots along the body and flat plate-like teeth for crushing its prey. It has a maximum length of between 157 cm and 175 cm . It feeds on crustaceans, marine worms, small fish and cephalopods

Gun is a Revisionist Western-themed video game developed by Neversoft. It was published by Activision for the Xbox, Xbox 360, GameCube, Microsoft Windows and PlayStation 2. The game was released in North America on November 8, 2005, and in mid-to late November in Europe. Since October 13, 2006, the game has also been available to buy on Valve's content delivery platform, Steam

Gun barrel
A gun barrel is the tube, usually metal, through which a controlled explosion or rapid expansion of gases are released in order to propel a projectile out of the end at a high velocity.

Gun law
A gun law is a law that pertains to firearms. Restrictions on gun ownership and use vary greatly both by country and the type of firearm used.

Gun laying
Gun laying is the process of aiming an artillery piece, such as a gun, howitzer or mortar on land or at sea against surface or air targets. It may be laying for direct fire, where the gun is aimed similarly to a rifle, or indirect fire, where firing data is calculated and applied to the sights

Gun politics in the United States
Gun politics in the United States refers to an ongoing political and social debate regarding both the restriction and availability of firearms within the United States. It has long been among the most controversial and intractable issues in American politics

Gun turret
A gun turret is a weapon mount that protects the crew or mechanism of a projectile-firing weapon and at the same time lets the weapon be aimed and fired in many directions.The turret is also a rotating weapon platform

Gunboat War
The Gunboat War was the naval conflict between Denmark–Norway and the British Navy during the Napoleonic Wars. The war's name is derived from the Danish tactic of employing small gunboats against the conventional Royal Navy

Gunga Din
-Background:The poem is a rhyming narrative from the point of view of a British soldier, about a native water-bearer who saves the soldier's life but dies himself. The last line suggests a deep-down unease of conscience about the prevailing views of natural hierarchies, both in the depicted soldier and in Kipling himself

Ngungunyane, also known as Mdungazwe Ngungunyane Nxumalo, N'gungunhana, or Gungunhana Reinaldo Frederico Gungunhana, was a tribal king and vassal of the Portuguese Empire, who rebelled, was defeated by General Joaquim Mouzinho de Albuquerque and lived out the rest of his life in exile, first in Lisbon, but later on the island of Terceira, in

Gungwe is a ward in Gwanda District of Matabeleland South province in southern Zimbabwe.

Gunman Chronicles
Gunman Chronicles or Half-Life: Gunman is a futuristic first-person shooter video game originally created as a mod by the now defunct Rewolf Software. Gunman Chronicles was originally a Quake deathmatch mod named Gunmanship 101, then it was moved to Quake II's engine before becoming a Half-Life mod

Gunmetal, also known as yellow brass in the United States, is a type of bronze – an alloy of copper, tin, and zinc. Originally used chiefly for making guns, gunmetal was eventually superseded by steel

Gunn diode
A Gunn diode, also known as a transferred electron device , is a form of diode used in high-frequency electronics. It is somewhat unusual in that it consists only of N-doped semiconductor material, whereas most diodes consist of both P and N-doped regions

Gunnersbury Park
Gunnersbury Park is a park in the Brentford ward of the London Borough of Hounslow, in west London, England. Purchased for the nation from the Rothschild family, it was opened to the public by Neville Chamberlain, then Minister of Health, on 21 May 1926

Gunning Bedford, Jr.
Gunning Bedford, Jr. was an American lawyer and politician from Wilmington, in New Castle County, Delaware. He served in the Delaware General Assembly, as a Continental Congressman from Delaware and as a delegate to the U.S. Constitutional Convention of 1787. He is often confused with his cousin, Gunning Bedford, Sr

Gunpowder, also known since in the late 19th century as black powder, was the first chemical explosive and the only one known until the mid 1800s. It is a mixture of sulfur, charcoal, and potassium nitrate - with the sulfur and charcoal acting as fuels, while the saltpeter works as an oxidizer

Guns, Germs, and Steel
Guns, Germs, and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies is a 1997 book by Jared Diamond, professor of geography and physiology at the University of California, Los Angeles . In 1998 it won the Pulitzer Prize for general non-fiction and the Aventis Prize for Best Science Book

The term "gunship" is used in several contexts, all sharing the general idea of a light craft armed with heavy guns.-In Navy:In the Navy, the term originally appeared in the mid-19th century as a less-common synonym for gunboat.-In military aviation:

Gunsmoke is an American radio and television Western drama series created by director Norman MacDonnell and writer John Meston. The stories take place in and around Dodge City, Kansas, during the settlement of the American West.

Guntersville Dam
Guntersville Dam is a hydroelectric dam on the Tennessee River in Marshall County, in the U.S. state of Alabama. It is one of nine dams on the river owned and operated by the Tennessee Valley Authority, which built the dam in the late 1930s as part of a New Deal era initiative to create a continuous navigation channel on the entire length of the river and bring flood control and economic

The guppy , also known as the millionfish, is one of the most popular freshwater aquarium fish species in the world. It is a small member of the Poeciliidae family [females long, males long] and like all other members of the family, is live-bearing.

Gupta Empire
The Gupta Empire was an ancient Indian empire which existed approximately from 320 to 550 CE and covered much of the Indian Subcontinent. Founded by Maharaja Sri-Gupta, the dynasty was the model of a classical civilization. The peace and prosperity created under leadership of Guptas enabled the pursuit of scientific and artistic endeavors

Gupta Empire
The Gupta Empire was an ancient Indian empire which existed approximately from 320 to 550 CE and covered much of the Indian Subcontinent. Founded by Maharaja Sri-Gupta, the dynasty was the model of a classical civilization. The peace and prosperity created under leadership of Guptas enabled the pursuit of scientific and artistic endeavors

Guram Gabiskiria
Guram Gabiskiria was a Mayor of Sukhumi who was murdered by Abkhaz separatists during the ethnic cleansing of Georgians in Abkhazia in 1993.

Gurara is a Local Government Area in Niger State, Nigeria, adjoining the Federal Capital Territory. Its headquarters are in the town of Gawu.Major inhabitants are the Gwari people. The Gurara water falls is found here.

A Gurdwara , meaning the Gateway to the Guru, is the place of worship for Sikhs, the followers of Sikhism. A Gurdwara can be identified from a distance by tall flagpoles bearing the Nishan Sahib .

Gurgaon is the second largest city in the Indian state of Haryana. Gurgaon is the industrial and financial center of Haryana. It is located 30 km south of national capital New Delhi, about 10 kilometers from Dwarka Sub City and 268 km south of Chandigarh, the state capital

Gurinder Singh
Baba Gurinder Singh Dhillon became the successor to Maharaj Charan Singh at the age of 36 years on June 1, 1990. He is the second youngest person to be appointed to head the Radha Soami Satsang Beas headquarters, .Gurinder Singh Dhillon was born to a Sikh family of the Dhillon clan who were

Gurkha Contingent
The Gurkha Contingent is a line department of the Singapore Police Force. Members of the GC are trained to be highly-skilled and are selected for their display of strong discipline and dedication in their tasks

Gurmukhi script
Gurmukhi is the most common script used for writing the Punjabi language. An abugida derived from the Laṇḍā script and ultimately descended from Brahmi, Gurmukhi was standardized by the second Sikh guru, Guru Angad Dev Ji, in the 16th century. The whole of the Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji's 1430 pages are written in this script

A guru is one who is regarded as having great knowledge, wisdom, and authority in a certain area, and who uses it to guide others . Other forms of manifestation of this principle can include parents, school teachers, non-human objects and even one's own intellectual discipline, if the aforementioned are in a guidance role.In the religious sense the term is commonly

Guru Arjan Dev
Guru Arjan Dev Ji was the fifth of the Ten Gurus of Sikhism. He was born in Goindval, Punjab, India, the youngest son of Guru Ram Das and Bibi Bhani, the daughter of Guru Amar Das. He became the Guru of the Sikhs on 1 September 1581 after the death of his father Guru Ram Das. Guru Arjan died in Lahore, Punjab,

Guru Gobind Singh
Guru Gobind Singh is the tenth and last Sikh guru in a sacred lineage of ten Sikh gurus. Born in Patna, Bihar in India, he was also a warrior, poet and philosopher. He succeeded his father Guru Tegh Bahadur as the leader of Sikhs at a young age of nine

Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University
Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University is a public, professional university located in Delhi, India

Guru Kunchu Kurup
Guru Kunchu Kurup was one of the most famous Kathakali artistes to have born and celebrated in south Kerala, and gained popularity in central and north Kerala as well.

Guru Ravidas
Guru Ravidas was a North Indian Sant mystic of the bhakti movement who was active in the 15th century CE. Venerated in the region of Uttar Pradesh as well as the Indian state of Maharashtra, his devotional songs and verses made a lasting impact upon the bhakti movement

Guruvayur is a municipal town in Thrissur District, of Kerala State in India. It houses the famous Guruvayur Sree Krishna Temple, the fourth biggest temple in India in terms of the number of devotees per day.-History:Guruvayur, according to the legends may be 5,000 years old as the Guruvayur temple idol is

Guruvayur Temple
Guruvayur Sree Krishna Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Krishna, located in the town of Guruvayur in Kerala, India. It is one of the most important places of worship for Hindus and is often referred to as "Bhooloka Vaikuntam" which translates to the holy abode of Vishnu on Earth

Gus Grissom
Virgil Ivan Grissom , , better known as Gus Grissom, was one of the original NASA Project Mercury astronauts and a United States Air Force pilot

Gus Meins
Gus Meins was a German-American film director. He was born in Frankfurt, Germany.-Career:

Gusau is a city and Local Government Area located in northwestern Nigeria. It is the capital of Zamfara State.The LGA has an area of 3,364 km² and a population of 383,162 at the 2006 census.The postal code of the area is 880.-Geography:

Gustav Kirchhoff
Gustav Robert Kirchhoff was a German physicist who contributed to the fundamental understanding of electrical circuits, spectroscopy, and the emission of black-body radiation by heated objects

Gustav Ludwig Hertz
Gustav Ludwig Hertz was a German experimental physicist and Nobel Prize winner, and a nephew of Heinrich Rudolf Hertz.-Biography:

Gustav von Franck
Gustav Ritter von Franck was an author and publisher.-Life and work:Gustav Ritter von Franck was born on the 22nd of March 1807 in Vienna and was the son of the banker and businessman Johann Jakob Ritter von Franck and his wife Anna Maria, née Graumann

Gustav-Adolf von Zangen
Gustav-Adolf von Zangen was a German general and the commander of the German 15th Army in the Netherlands in 1944 during World War II. He was also a recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves

Gustave (crocodile)
Gustave is a large male Nile crocodile living in Burundi. In 2004 he was estimated to be 60 years old, in length and to weigh around 1 ton, making him the largest confirmed crocodile ever seen in Africa. He is a notorious man-eater, who is rumoured to have claimed as many as 300 humans from the banks of the Ruzizi River and the northern shores of Lake Tanganyika

Gustave Serrurier-Bovy
Gustave Serrurier-Bovy was a Belgian architect and furniture designer. He is credited with creating the Art Nouveau style, coined as a style in Paris by Bing.

Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden
Gustav II Adolf has been widely known in English by his Latinized name Gustavus Adolphus Magnus and variously in historical writings also as Gustavus, or Gustavus the Great, or Gustav Adolph the Great,

Gutenberg Bible
The Gutenberg Bible was the first major book printed with a movable type printing press, and marked the start of the "Gutenberg Revolution" and the age of the printed book. Widely praised for its high aesthetic and artistic qualities, the book has an iconic status

Gutka is a preparation of crushed areca nut , tobacco, catechu, paraffin, lime and sweet or savory flavorings. It is manufactured in India and exported to a few other countries

Gutzon Borglum
Gutzon de la Mothe Borglum was an American artist and sculptor famous for creating the monumental presidents' heads at Mount Rushmore, South Dakota, the famous carving on Stone Mountain near Atlanta, as well as other public works of art.- Background :The son of Mormon Danish immigrants, Gutzon Borglum was born in 1867 in St. Charles, Idaho

Guy Berryman
Guy Rupert Berryman is a Scottish musician known as the bassist for the groups Coldplay and Apparatjik. Berryman is left-handed but chooses to play the bass right-handed.-Coldplay:

Guy Burgess
Guy Francis De Moncy Burgess was a British-born intelligence officer and double agent, who worked for the Soviet Union. He was part of the Cambridge Five spy ring that betrayed Western secrets to the Soviets before and during the Cold War