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Detroit (Wheeler Manufacturing)
The Detroit was an automobile manufactured in Detroit, Michigan by the Wheeler Manufacturing Company in 1904. The Detroit was a five-seater tonneau with an entrance in the rear. It had a 35 hp opposed two-cylinder engine, claimed to produce . It had a removable wood top, and was offered in either red or green, with yellow running gear.

Detroit Auto Vehicle Company
Detroit Auto Vehicle Company was an early automobile manufacturer established in the summer of 1904 with a capital stock of US$150,000. Based in Detroit, it also had a foundry in Romeo, Michigan

Deuce
Deuce, derived from French, refers to the number two and is commonly used to refer to the 2 in poker and other card games.Deuce may also refer to:-People:*Deuce McAllister, an American football player for the New Orleans Saints

Deuce (DUI)
A drunk driving charge under California vehicle code section 23152 is commonly referred to as a 'deuce'. For many years when driving under the influence was prohibited in California by Vehicle Code section 502 and later by section 23102 a drunk driving violation was known as a 'deuce'.A ‘deuce’ in police lingo refers to a person arrested for driving under the influence

Deuce (Korn DVD)
Deuce is the second DVD by the American nu metal band, Korn. It was released on June 11, 2002 - the same day as band's fifth studio release, Untouchables. The DVD was certified platinum by RIAA

Deuce (Kurtis Blow)
Deuce was rapper Kurtis Blow's second album, released in 1981 . The album peaked at 35 on the R&B charts, and 137 on the Billboard 200.-Track listing:# "Deuce" - 5:31

Deuce (play)
Deuce is a play by Terrence McNally. The Broadway production, directed by Michael Blakemore, starred Angela Lansbury as blue collar Leona Mullen and Marian Seldes as well-bred Midge Barker, two former successful tennis partners, now retired, who reunite to be honored at a women's quarterfinals match at the US Open

Deuce (The D.O.C. album)
Deuce is the third studio album by West Coast Dallas rapper The D.O.C., and the second since the car accident which severely damaged his larynx. The only single released from Deuce was "The Shit", which features fellow former-N.W.A. members MC Ren and Ice Cube, along with Snoop Dogg and Six2.The album was originally meant to be completely produced by Dr

Deuces Wild (album)
Deuces Wild is a celebrity duet album by B. B. King, released on November 4, 1997.- Track listing :#"If You Love Me" - 5:48#"The Thrill Is Gone" - 5:00#"Rock Me Baby" - 6:38

Deuda
Deuda is a 2004 Argentine documentary film directed and written by Jorge Lanata with Andrés G. Schaer. The film premiered on 7 October 2004 in Buenos Aires

DeuS
DeuS is a premium Belgian beer manufactured in Buggenhout, Belgium. Brewed by Bosteels, it is 11.5% ABV and served in 75cl bottles.

Deus ex machina
A deus ex machina is a plot device whereby a seemingly inextricable problem is suddenly and abruptly solved with the contrived and unexpected intervention of some new event, character, ability, or object.-Linguistic considerations:

Deus Ex Machina (band)
Deus Ex Machina is an Italian Progressive rock group. Members include Claudio Trotta , Alessandro Porreca Maurino Collina , Alessandro Bonetti Fabrizio Puglisi and Alberto Piras .-Discography:

Deus Ex Machina (punk band)
Deus Ex Machina is a popular Greek hardcore punk band from Athens formed in 1989 by Dimitris Spyropoulos and Dimitris Manthos, with Spyropoulos and Yiannis Venardis having already been early Greek Punk scene's 'veterans' .The band's lyrics are often political having references to subjects such as the War on Iraq and the Mexican

Deuterium
Deuterium, also called heavy hydrogen, is one of two stable isotopes of hydrogen. It has a natural abundance in Earth's oceans of about one atom in of hydrogen . Deuterium accounts for approximately 0.0156% of all naturally occurring hydrogen in Earth's oceans, while the most common isotope accounts for more than 99.98%

Deuteronomy (disambiguation)
Deuteronomy may refer to:*The Book of Deuteronomy in the Bible.*Deuteronomy is also the real name of Dewey Duck, of the famous cartoon trio of Huey, Dewey and Louie.

Deutsch (surname)
Deutsch is a German surname, meaning German. When transliterated from other languages, it may also be spelledas Deutch, Deitch, Deich, Dajč.-Deutsch:* Adolph Deutsch, Academy Award-winning composer

Deutschland
Deutschland is the German language word for Germany.Deutschland may also refer to:, a blockade-breaking German cargo submarine used during World War I, first of the 1930s Panzerschiffe , later renamed Lützow; involved in the 1937 Deutschland incident, a steamship wrecked in 1875 and commemorated in the Gerard Manley

Deutschland (Magazine)
Deutschland is a magazine of culture, politics, business and science about Germany. It is a bimonthly magazine published in Germany in German and English languages. Federal foreign office Berlin helps it and it conveys German government opinions too.

Deva (film)
Deva is a Tamil movie starring Vijay and Swathi in the lead roles. It was directed by Vijay's father S. A. Chandrasekaran. The music is scored by Deva.-Plot:

Deva (Gijón)
Deva is a district of the municipality of Gijón / Xixón, in Asturias, Spain. The toponym itself comes from an ancient pre-roman/astur deity.Its population was 597 in 2003.

Devaluation
Devaluation is a reduction in the value of a currency with respect to those goods, services or other monetary units with which that currency can be exchanged.

Devastation
Devastation is a first-person shooter video game, developed by Digitalo Studios and released in 2003.The game takes place in an impoverished, dystopian near-future Earth, pitting an underground group of rebels against an oppressive, all-powerful mega-corporation

Devastation
Devastation may refer to:*Various warships:**HMS Devastation, any of four ships of the British Royal Navy**La Dévastation, various French warships named Dévastation.*Some video games or movies based on them:

Developer
Developer may refer to:*Software developer, one who programs computers or designs the system to match the requirements of a systems analyst*Game developer, a person or business involved in game development, the process of designing and creating games

Development
-Land use:*Green development, a concept that includes consideration of community-wide or regional environmental implications*Land development, altering the landscape in any number of ways

Development (differential geometry)
In classical differential geometry, development refers to the simple idea of rolling one smooth surface over another in Euclidean space. For example, the tangent plane to a surface at a point can be rolled around the surface to obtain the tangent-plane at other points.The tangential contact between the surfaces being rolled over one another provides

Development (journal)
Development is a peer-reviewed scientific journal in the field of developmental biology that covers cellular and molecular mechanisms of animal and plant development

Development (topology)
In the mathematical field of topology, a development is a countable collection of open covers of a topological space that satisfies certain separation axioms.Let X be a topological space

Devi (1970 film)
- Film poster :The film posters show different themes of the film as was often done with posters. The First shows the dutiful mother and wife caring for her child. The second shows the man smoking while leering at a dancing girl.

Deviance (sociology)
Deviance in a sociological context describes actions or behaviors that violate cultural norms including formally-enacted rules as well as informal violations of social norms

Deviant (disambiguation)
Deviant or deviants may refer to:* someone engaging in deviant behavior* Deviant , 2000* Deviant , 2003* Deviant , a fictional race of superhumans in the Marvel Comics' universe

Deviant (Pitchshifter album)
- Album cover ban:Pitchshifter's album cover used a picture of one of Gee Vaucher's Paintings, who did artwork for Crass and Carcass. The painting shows a cross between the Pope John Paul II and Queen Elizabeth II. The album cover was banned in Poland, due to the some of the public's response and complaints to the image saying "Why did you insult the Pope?!"

Deviant (Regurgitate album)
Deviant is the third album by Swedish goregrind band Regurgitate, released in 2003 by Relapse Records. It was released in Japan on May 2, 2003.- Track listing :# "Drowning In Filth" – 1:14

Deviate (Kill II This album)
Deviate is a 1998 album from British Heavy metal band Kill II This.-Track listing:# Soundtrack To Murder# Kill Your Gods# Freedom Of Speech# The Flood# Generation Pain# Funeral Around My Heart# This World# Mourning Sickness# Crucified

Deviation
Deviation may refer to:* Deviation , the difference between the value of an observation and the mean of the population in mathematics and statistics** Standard deviation, which is based on the square of the difference

Deviation (album)
Deviation is an album by Jayne County, which was recorded at Abraham Moss Studio in Manchester, England in the winter of 1994.-Personnel:*Jayne County — vocals and harmonica*Paul Wainwright — guitar*Danny Ashberry — bass

Device
-Computing and electronics:* A component of personal computer hardware* Peripheral, any device attached to a computer that expands its functionality* Electronic component-Other uses:* Appliance, a device for a particular task* Device

Device (band)
Device was a short-lived American pop-rock trio formed by keyboardist, bassist and vocalist Holly Knight, vocalist Paul Engemann and guitarist Gene Black.

Devil
The Devil is believed in many religions and cultures to be a powerful, supernatural entity that is the personification of evil and the enemy of God and humankind. The nature of the role varies greatly

DevIL
Developer's Image Library or DevIL , started by Denton Woods, is a cross-platform image library which aims to provide a common API for different image file formats

Devil (Babes in Toyland album)
Devil is the second compilation of the trilogy released by Babes in Toyland. It was produced by Tim Mac, and released May 2000 by Almafame.-Track listing:All songs by Babes in Toyland

Devil (disambiguation)
The Devil is a figure in some religions, particularly Abrahamic ones.Devil may also refer to:In music:* Devil * Devil , a reissue of the 1984 Die Ärzte album Debil

Devil (disambiguation)
The Devil is a figure in some religions, particularly Abrahamic ones.Devil may also refer to:In music:* Devil * Devil , a reissue of the 1984 Die Ärzte album Debil

Devil (song)
"Devil" is the third single from the Stereophonics album Language. Sex. Violence. Other?.The song is the 4th track on the album. "Brother" fades into this song. The music video for this song shows Kelly Jones in an apartment, tied to a chair. A woman arrives and appears to be the kidnapper

Devil Dog
Teufel Hunden, a mistranslation of Devil Dogs in German, is a motivational nickname for a U.S. Marine.-U.S. Marine Corps legends:

Devil May Care
Devil May Care may refer to:* Devil-May-Care, a 1929 film musical starring Ramón Novarro* Devil May Care , a James Bond novel by Sebastian Faulks* Devil May Care , an American Thoroughbred filly racehorseIn music:

Devil May Care (novel)
Devil May Care is the thirty-sixth original James Bond novel. Written by Sebastian Faulks , it was published on 28 May 2008, the 100th anniversary of the birth of Ian Fleming, creator of Bond.-Background:

Devil's advocate
In common parlance, a devil's advocate is someone who, given a certain argument, takes a position he or she does not necessarily agree with, just for the sake of argument. In taking such position, the individual taking on the devil's advocate role seeks to engage others in an argumentative discussion process

Devin (name)
The male or female name Devin is pronounced DEV-in. It is of Irish and Gaelic origin, and its meaning is most commonly given as 'bard' or 'poet'.More common as a boy’s name, the feminine spelling is usually Devon. The name may also be spelt Devan, Deven, and rarely Devyn

Devious
Devious may refer to:* DeviousMUD, the forerunner to MMORPG Runescape* Devious , the ninth book in The It Girl series by Cecily von Ziegesar* Devious Diesel, a character in the television series Thomas and Friends

Devise
Devise may refer to:* To invent something* A disposition of real property in a will* Devise A Free and Open Software project providing application user authentication through Warden* Devise, Somme

Devitrification
Devitrification is the opposite of vitrification, i.e., the process of crystallization in a formerly crystal-free glass. The term is derived from the Latin vitreus, meaning glassy and transparent.-Devitrification in glass art:

Devoid
Devoid is the first official album released by Italian melodic death metal band Dark Lunacy.-Track listing:# "Dolls" - 7:06# "Stalingrad" - 7:11# "Forlorn" - 6:46# "Frozen Memory" - 6:46# "Cold Embrace" - 6:05# "December" - 7:01# "Devoid" - 1:25

Devon
Devon is a large county in southwestern England. The county is sometimes referred to as Devonshire, although the term is rarely used inside the county itself as the county has never been officially "shired", it often indicates a traditional or historical context.The county shares borders with Cornwall to the west and Dorset and Somerset to the east

Devon (European Parliament constituency)
Devon was a European Parliament constituency covering all of Devon in England, with the exception of the city of Plymouth.Prior to its uniform adoption of proportional representation in 1999, the United Kingdom used first-past-the-post for the European elections in England, Scotland and Wales

Devon (given name)
- People :* Devon Anderson , English actor* Devon Aoki , Japanese-American supermodel and actress* Devon Bostick , Canadian actor

Devonshire
Devonshire may refer to:*An alternative name for Devon, a county in South West England*The short form of the Duke of Devonshire - actually from Derbyshire*Devonshire, Dallas, Texas*Devonshire, Boise, Idaho*Devonshire Parish, Bermuda

Devotion
Devotion, devotional, or devotee may refer to:Religion:* devotional song* Devotional literature* Anglican devotions* Catholic devotions**Devotional medal* Bible study — called "devotion" or "devotional" by some Christian denominations

Devotion (Beach House album)
Devotion is the second full-length record by Baltimore dream pop duo Beach House. The record was released on February 26, 2008 and debuted at #195 on the Billboard Chart. The first single to be released was "Gila".

Devotion (film)
Devotion is a 1946 highly-fictionalized biographical film account of the lives of the Brontë sisters. This was Montagu Love's last role. He died almost three years before the film's delayed release.

Devotion (Masami Okui album)
-Track listing:##* TV anime Tales of Eternia opening song#* Lyrics, composition: Masami Okui#* Arrangement: Toshiro Yabuki##* Lyrics: Masami Okui#* Composition: Dry#* Arrangement: Yuugo Maeda, Dry##* Lyrics, composition: Masami Okui

Devotion (The Best of Yanni)
Devotion is a 1997 compilation album by Yanni released on the Private Music label.Nine of this compilation's fifteen tracks are from two of Yanni's quieter recordings, 1992's Dare to Dream and 1993's delicate In My Time

Devour
Devour is a 2005 horror film directed by David Winkler.-Plot:The story follows Jake Gray , a young man who's been having bizarre visions of murder and self-mutilation, and his experience with a live roleplay-like online game called "The Pathway" .Following the deaths of his friends Conrad and Dakota

Devour (song)
"Devour" is a song recorded and performed by the hard rock band Shinedown. The song was released as the first single in promotion of the band's third studio album, The Sound of Madness. The track landed online and at multi-format rock radio outlets nationwide on May 5

H
H .) is the eighth letter in the basic modern Latin alphabet.-History:The Semitic letter ⟨ח⟩ most likely represented the voiceless pharyngeal fricative . The form of the letter probably stood for a fence or posts.

H & R Firearms
H & R 1871, LLC is a manufacturer of firearms under the Harrington & Richardson and New England Firearms trademarks

H-19 Chickasaw
For other uses of "H19" see H19 .The Sikorsky H-19 Chickasaw, was a multi-purpose helicopter used by the United States Army and United States Air Force. It was also license-built by Westland Aircraft as the Westland Whirlwind in the United Kingdom

H-E-B
HEB Grocery Company, LP is a privately held San Antonio, Texas-based supermarket chain with more than 315 stores throughout Texas and northern Mexico. The company also operates Central Market, an upscale organic and fine foods retailer.H-E-B ranked No

H. A. Wheeler
Howard Augustine "Humpy" Wheeler, Jr. is the former President and General Manager of Lowe's Motor Speedway, one of the premier auto racing venues owned by Bruton Smith's Speedway Motorsports, Inc

H. G. Bissinger
Harry Gerard Bissinger III, also known as H. G. Bissinger and Buzz Bissinger , is an American journalist and author, best known for his non-fiction book Friday Night Lights.-Early life and education:

H. G. Wells
Herbert George Wells was an English author, now best known for his work in the science fiction genre. He was also a prolific writer in many other genres, including contemporary novels, history, politics and social commentary, even writing text books and rules for war games

H. H. Holmes
Herman Webster Mudgett , better known under the alias of Dr. Henry Howard Holmes, was one of the first documented American serial killers in the modern sense of the term

H. H. Price
Henry Habberley Price was a Welsh philosopher, known for his work on perception. He also wrote on parapsychology.

H. J. Heinz Company
The H. J. Heinz Company , commonly known as Heinz and famous for its "57 Varieties" slogan and its ketchup, is an American food company with world headquarters in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.Perhaps best known for its ketchup, the H.J

H. J. Round
Captain Henry Joseph Round was one of the early pioneers of radio and received 117 patents. He was the first to report observation of electroluminescence from a diode, leading to the discovery of the light-emitting diode

H. L. Gold
Horace Leonard Gold was a science fiction writer and editor. Born in Canada, Gold moved to the United States at the age of two

H. L. Mencken
Henry Louis "H. L." Mencken was an American journalist, essayist, magazine editor, satirist, acerbic critic of American life and culture, and a scholar of American English. Known as the "Sage of Baltimore", he is regarded as one of the most influential American writers and prose stylists of the first half of the 20th century

H. Upmann (cigar brand)
H. Upmann is a brand name of premium cigar, made in two versions: one produced on the island of Cuba for Habanos SA, the Cuban state-owned tobacco company, and the other produced in La Romana, Dominican Republic for the Franco-Spanish tobacco monopoly Altadis SA. Established in 1844, the H. Upmann brand is among the oldest in the cigar industry.-Establishment:H

H.R. 4437
The Border Protection, Anti-terrorism, and Illegal Immigration Control Act of 2005 was a bill in the 109th United States Congress. It was passed by the United States House of Representatives on December 16, 2005 by a vote of 239 to 182 , but did not pass the Senate

Ha Ji-won
Ha Ji-won was born Jeon Hae-rim on 28 June 1978. She is a South Korean actress. She is also the Grand Prize winner of 2006 KBS Acting Awards for her performance in TV drama Hwang Jin-i.- Career :

Habakkuk
Habakkuk , also spelled Habacuc, was a prophet in the Hebrew Bible. The etymology of the name of Habakkuk is not clear. The name is possibly related to the Akkadian khabbaququ, the name of a fragrant plant, or the Hebrew root חבק, meaning "embrace"

Habeas corpus
is a writ, or legal action, through which a prisoner can be released from unlawful detention. The remedy can be sought by the prisoner or by another person coming to his aid. Habeas corpus originated in the English legal system, but it is now available in many nations

Habeas Corpus Act 1679
The Habeas Corpus Act 1679 is an Act of the Parliament of England passed during the reign of King Charles II by what became known as the Habeas Corpus Parliament to define and strengthen the ancient prerogative writ of habeas corpus, whereby persons unlawfully detained cannot be ordered to be prosecuted before a court of law.The Act is often wrongly described as

Haber process
The Haber process, also called the Haber–Bosch process, is the nitrogen fixation reaction of nitrogen gas and hydrogen gas, over an enriched iron or ruthenium catalyst, which is used to industrially produce ammonia.

Habib Bank
For other uses of "Habib Bank", see Habib Bank HBL commonly referred to as "HBL Pakistan" and headquartered in Habib Bank Plaza, Karachi, Pakistan, is the largest bank in Pakistan. The bank has a network of over 1450 branches in Pakistan and 55 branches worldwide. It has a domestic market share of over 40%

Habib Bank Plaza
Habib Bank Plaza, located in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan, is the head office of Habib Bank. It was Pakistan's tallest building upon completion in 1963. It remained the tallest building for 4 decades until the 116m tall MCB Tower was completed in 2005

Habiru
Habiru or Apiru or ˁpr.w was the name given by various Sumerian, Egyptian, Akkadian, Hittite, Mitanni, and Ugaritic sources to a group of people living as nomadic invaders in areas of the Fertile Crescent from Northeastern Mesopotamia and Iran to the borders of Egypt in Canaan

Habitat for Humanity International
Habitat For Humanity International , generally referred to as Habitat for Humanity or simply Habitat, is an international, non-governmental, non-profit organization devoted to building "simple, decent, and affordable" housing, a self-described "Christian housing ministry." The international operational headquarters are located in Americus, Georgia with the

Habitat fragmentation
Habitat fragmentation as the name implies, describes the emergence of discontinuities in an organism's preferred environment , causing population fragmentation

Hackamore
A hackamore is a type of animal headgear which does not have a bit. Instead, it has a special type of noseband that works on pressure points on the face, nose, and chin

Hackberry
Celtis is a genus of about 60-70 species of deciduous trees widespread in warm temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere, in southern Europe, southern and eastern Asia, and southern and central North America, south to central Africa, and northern and central South America

Hacker
Hacker is a term that has been used to mean a variety of different things in computing. Depending on the context, the term could refer to a person in any one of several distinct communities and subcultures:People committed to circumvention of computer security

Hacker Ministry
The Hacker Ministry is the fictional British governing administration of the Right Honourable James "Jim" Hacker, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, as portrayed in the classic British sitcom, Yes, Prime Minister.- Tenure of government :

Hackney carriage
A hackney or hackney carriage is a carriage or automobile for hire

Hackney Downs
Hackney Downs is an open space and a broader area in Lower Clapton, in the London Borough of Hackney; it is also the name of a local council ward. It borders on Stoke Newington to the west and Shacklewell to the south

Hacksaw
A hacksaw is a fine-tooth saw with a blade under tension in a frame, used for cutting materials such as metal or plastics. Hand-held hacksaws consist of a metal arch with a handle, usually a pistol grip, with pins for attaching a narrow disposable blade. A screw or other mechanism is used to put the thin blade under tension

Hadal zone
The hadal zone , also known as the hadopelagic zone and trench zone, is the delineation for the deepest trenches in the ocean

HadCM3
HadCM3 is a coupled atmosphere-ocean general circulation model developed at the Hadley Centre in the United Kingdom

Haddon Hall
Haddon Hall is an English country house on the River Wye at Bakewell, Derbyshire, one of the seats of the Duke of Rutland, occupied by Lord Edward Manners and his family. In form a medieval manor house, it has been described as "the most complete and most interesting house of [its] period".-History:The origins of the hall date to the 11th century

Hadean
The Hadean is the geologic eon before the Archean. It started with the formation of the Earth about 4.7 Ga and ended roughly 3.8 Ga, though the latter date varies according to different sources. The name "Hadean" derives from Hades, Greek for "Underworld", referring to the "hellish" conditions on Earth at the time

Hades
Hades , Hadēs, originally , Haidēs or , Aidēs , meaning "the unseen") was the ancient Greek god of the underworld. The genitive , Haidou, was an elision to denote locality: "[the house/dominion] of Hades". Eventually, the nominative came to designate the abode of the dead.In Greek mythology, Hades is the oldest male child of Cronus and Rhea

Hadewijch
Hadewijch was a 13th century poet and mystic, probably living in the Duchy of Brabant.Most of her extant writings, none of which survived the Middle Ages as an autograph, are in a Brabantian form of Middle Dutch

Hadith
The term Hadīth is used to denote a saying or an act or tacit approval or criticism ascribed either validly or invalidly to the Islamic prophet Muhammad.

Hadouken
Hadouken may refer to:* Hadouken , a special attack in the Street Fighter series* Hadouken!, an English new rave band formed in 2006

Hadrian's Wall
Hadrian's Wall was a defensive fortification in Roman Britain. Begun in AD 122, during the rule of emperor Hadrian, it was the first of two fortifications built across Great Britain, the second being the Antonine Wall, lesser known of the two because its physical remains are less evident today.The wall was the most heavily fortified border in the Empire

Haegeum
The haegeum is a traditional Korean string instrument, resembling a fiddle. It has a rodlike neck, a hollow wooden soundbox, and two silk strings, and is held vertically on the knee of the performer and played with a bow.

Haemophilia
Haemophilia is a group of hereditary genetic disorders that impair the body's ability to control blood clotting or coagulation, which is used to stop bleeding when a blood vessel is broken. Haemophilia A is the most common form of the disorder, present in about 1 in 5,000–10,000 male births

Hafiz
Hafidh |f.]] ḥāfiẓa), literally meaning 'guardian', is a term used by Muslims in modern days for someone who has completely memorized the Qur'an.-Overview:

Hafnium
Hafnium is a chemical element with the symbol Hf and atomic number 72. A lustrous, silvery gray, tetravalent transition metal, hafnium chemically resembles zirconium and is found in zirconium minerals. Its existence was predicted by Dmitri Mendeleev in 1869. Hafnium was the penultimate stable isotope element to be discovered

Hagerstown Regional Airport
Hagerstown Regional Airport , also known as Richard A. Henson Field, is a county-owned public-use airport in Washington County, Maryland, United States. It is located four nautical miles north of the central business district of Hagerstown, about a half mile from the Maryland/Pennsylvania border. The airport is in Western Maryland off Interstate 81 and U.S

Hagia Sophia
Hagia Sophia is a former Orthodox patriarchal basilica, later a mosque, and now a museum in Istanbul, Turkey

Hagley Museum and Library
The Hagley Museum and Library is a nonprofit educational institution located in Wilmington, Delaware. Hagley Museum and Library collects, preserves and interprets the history of American enterprise.- Hagley Library :

Hagonoy, Davao del Sur
Hagonoy is a 3rd class municipality in the province of Davao del Sur, Philippines. According to the 2007 census, it has a population of 46,648 people in 9,293 households.-History:Republic Act No

Hague Academy of International Law
The Hague Academy of International Law is a center for high-level education in both public and private international law housed in the Peace Palace in The Hague, The Netherlands

Hai District
Hai is one of the six districts of the Kilimanjaro Region of Tanzania. It is bordered to the south and west by the Arusha Region, to the north by Kenya, and to the east by the Moshi Rural and Rombo Districts.

Haida
The Haida are an indigenous nation of the Pacific Northwest Coast of North America. Haida territories lie in both Canada and the United States, as do those of the Tlingit and Tsimshian. The Haida territories comprise the archipelago of Haida Gwaii in British Columbia

Haifa Wehbe
Haifa Wehbe born in Mahrouna, Lebanon on March 10, 1976 is a Lebanese model, actress, and singer born to a Lebanese father and Egyptian mother who rose to fame in the Arab world as runner up for Miss Lebanon and later through the release of her debut album Houwa El-Zaman in 2002

Haikouichthys
Haikouichthys is an extinct genus of craniate believed to have lived c. 530 million years ago, during the Cambrian explosion of multicellular life

Haiku
' , plural haiku, is a very short form of Japanese poetry typically characterised by three qualities:* The essence of haiku is "cutting"

Hair removal
Hair removal is the removal of body hair, and describes the methods used to achieve that result.Hair typically grows all over the human body during and after puberty. Men tend to have more body hair than women. Both men and women tend to have hair on the head, eyebrows, eyelashes, armpits, pubic region and legs; and men also have hair on their face, abdomen, back and chest

Hairstyle
A hairstyle, hairdo, or haircut refers to the styling of hair, usually on the human head. The fashioning of hair can be considered an aspect of personal grooming, fashion, and cosmetics, although practical, cultural, and popular considerations also influence some hairstyles.-History of hairstyles:Throughout history, people have worn their hair in a wide variety of

Haiti
Haiti , officially the Republic of Haiti , is a Caribbean country. It occupies the western, smaller portion of the island of Hispaniola, in the Greater Antillean archipelago, which it shares with the Dominican Republic. Ayiti was the indigenous Taíno or Amerindian name for the island

Hajj
The Hajj is the pilgrimage to Mecca, Saudi Arabia. It is one of the largest pilgrimages in the world, and is the fifth pillar of Islam, a religious duty that must be carried out at least once in their lifetime by every able-bodied Muslim who can afford to do so

Hajvery University, Lahore
Hajvery University is an institution of higher education in Lahore, Pakistan. HU is chartered by the government of Pakistan as an Autonomous Degree Awarding Institution

Hakka architecture
A Hakka walled village is a large multi-family communal living structure that is designed to be easily defensible. This building style is unique to the Hakka people found in southern China

Hakuna Matata
Hakuna matata is a Swahili phrase that is literally translated as "There are no worries." It is sometimes translated as "no worries", although is more commonly used similarly to the American English phrase "no problem".-Jambo Bwana:

Hal Moore
Harold Gregory "Hal" Moore, Jr. is a retired lieutenant general in the United States Army and author. Moore is a recipient of the Distinguished Service Cross, which is the second highest military decoration of the United States Army, and was the first of his West Point class to be promoted to brigadier general, major general, and lieutenant general.He is

Hal Needham
Hal Needham is an American stuntman and film director.-Early years:Needham was born in Memphis, Tennessee, the son of Edith May and Howard Needham. He was raised in Arkansas and Missouri

Hal Newhouser
Harold "Prince Hal" Newhouser was an American pitcher for Major League Baseball who played 17 seasons from 1939 to 1955, mostly with the Detroit Tigers of the American League

Hal Rogers
Harold Dallas "Hal" Rogers is the U.S. Representative for , serving since 1981. He is a member of the Republican Party.-Early life, education, and early career:

Halabja poison gas attack
The Halabja poison gas attack , also known as Halabja massacre or Bloody Friday, was a genocidal massacre against the Kurdish people that took place on March 16, 1988, during the closing days of the Iran–Iraq War, when chemical weapons were used by the Iraqi government forces in the Kurdish town of Halabja in Iraqi Kurdistan.The attack

Halayudha
Halayudha was a 10th century Indian mathematician who wrote the ', a commentary on Pingala's Chandah-shastra, containing a clear description of Pascal's triangle .

Halbach array
A Halbach array is a special arrangement of permanent magnets that augments the magnetic field on one side of the array while cancelling the field to near zero on the other side