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Down and Out (disambiguation)
Down and out may refer to:In film and television:*Down and Out in Paris and London, a 1933 semi-autobiographical book by George Orwell*Down and Out in Beverly Hills, a 1986 American comedy film

Down for the Count (album)
Down for the Count is the seventh studio album by American hard rock/heavy metal band Y&T, released in 1985 through A&M Records. It contains the band's biggest hit "Summertime Girls", which charted at #55 on the Billboard Hot 100.-Track listing:

Down Low (album)
Down Low is Israeli groove metal band Betzefer's first full-length studio album and major label debut on Roadrunner Records, as well as their only album on that label. It was released on May 19, 2005, in Israel and June 6, 2005, worldwide

Down payment
Down payment is a payment used in the context of the purchase of expensive items such as a car and a house, whereby the payment is the initial upfront portion of the total amount due and it is usually given in cash at the time of finalizing the transaction.A loan is then required to make the full payment.The main purpose of a down payment is to ensure that the lending

Down quark
The down quark or d quark is the second-lightest of all quarks, a type of elementary particle, and a major constituent of matter. It, along with the up quark, forms the neutrons and protons of atomic nuclei

Down to Earth (book)
Down to Earth is a non-fiction book by Australian author Tim Winton and photographer Richard Woldendorp. The book is a collection of photographs of the Australian landscape, with an accompanying essay by Winton that examines his personal responses to the land.

Down to Earth (Jem album)
- Personnel :*Hiroko Aoyagi – vocals*Jeff Atmajian – piano, string arrangements, piano arrangement*Jeff Bass – bass, guitar, keyboards, producer, drum programming, tracked by*Kevin Beber – drum programming*Brian Berryman – engineer, fader engineer

Down to Earth (Jimmy Buffett album)
Down to Earth is the first album by American popular music singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffett. It was produced by Travis Turk and was initially released in 1970 on Andy Williams's small Barnaby Records label as Z 30093

Down to Earth (Monie Love album)
Down to Earth is the debut album by Monie Love, which was released on October 30, 1990, on Warner Bros. Records. The was somewhat successful, peaking at 109 on the Billboard 200 and 26 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, and spawned three charting singles

Down to Earth (Nektar album)
- Track listing :*All Songs Written By Nektar. # "Astral Man" – 3:07# "Nelly the Elephant" – 5:02# "Early Morning Clown" – 3:21# "That's Life" – 6:49# "Fidgety Queen" – 4:04# "Oh Willy" – 4:00# "Little Boy" – 3:03

Down to Earth (Peter Gabriel song)
"Down to Earth" is a song, sung and produced by Peter Gabriel featuring the Soweto Gospel Choir. The lyrics were written by Peter Gabriel. The music was composed by Peter Gabriel and Thomas Newman

Down to Earth (Wonder Woman)
"Down to Earth" is a Wonder Woman story arc, marking the start of writer Greg Rucka's four-year run on Wonder Woman .-Plot:A new member joins the Themysciran Embassy, by the name of Jonah McCarthy

Down Under (book)
Down Under is a 2000 travelogue book about Australia written by best-selling travel writer Bill Bryson. In the United States and Canada it was published entitled In a Sunburned Country, a title taken from the famous Australian poem, "My Country"

Downbeat (disambiguation)
Downbeat, down beat or Down Beat may refer to:*Downbeat, the first beat of a measure in music. This terms originated from orchestral conducting, where the lowest point on the baton signals the first downbeat in a given measure

Downburst (album)
Downburst is the 7th studio album by the German metal band Brainstorm, released on January 25th, 2008. Former bassist Andreas Mailänder left the band before recordings started, so bass was handled by Torsten and Milan on this album- Track listing :

Downer
Downer may refer to:* Downer , various persons of that name* Downer, Australian Capital Territory, a suburb of Canberra, Australia* Downer Glacier, Alaska* Downer, Minnesota, an unincorporated community* Downer , the New Jersey state soil

Downfall
Downfall is a rapid deterioration, as in status or wealth. It may also refer to:- Film and television :* Downfall , 2004 German film about the last days of Adolf Hitler* Downfall, a Korean movie starring Shin Eun-gyeong

Downfall (Children of Bodom song)
"Downfall" is a single taken from the second studio album Hatebreeder, by the Finnish metal band Children of Bodom. The song, originally called "Forevermore", was written by the lead vocalist Alexi Laiho. The video of "Downfall" was directed by Mika Lindberg

Downfall (game)
Downfall is a two-player game first marketed by the Milton Bradley Company in 1970 for players aged 7 and older.The game consists of a vertical board with five slotted dials on each side. Each player starts with ten numbered tokens or discs at the top of the board. The object of the game is to move the discs to the bottom of the board by turning the dials

Downfall (Matchbox Twenty song)
"Downfall" is the fourth single off Matchbox Twenty's 2002 album, More Than You Think You Are. The song was a change compared to other songs from the album, featuring a gospel choir. The song was written by producer Matt Serletic and lead singer Rob Thomas.

Downfall (Shadow Host album)
-Tracklist:1. Secret Signs 2. Downfall Of My Holy Faith 3. Galadriel 4. Magic Sword 5. Nothing Left Behind 6. The Enchantment -Lineup:Sergey Kayumov - Vocals & Bass

Downhearted
"Downhearted" is the third single released by iconic Australian surf rock band Australian Crawl from their debut album The Boys Light Up. The song was written by Sean Higgins, Guy McDonough and Bill McDonough

Downhearted (album)
Downhearted is the third studio album by the Finnish gothic metal band Charon.-Track listing:#Bitter Joy - 3:53#At the End of Our Day - 3:19#Craving - 4:27#Little Angel - 3:32#Fall - 3:44#Erase Me - 3:30#Desire You - 3:22#Come Tonight - 3:10

Downhill
Downhill is an alpine skiing discipline. The rules for the Downhill were originally developed by Sir Arnold Lunn for the 1921 British National Ski Championships.

Downing
- Places :* Downing Street, London, UK** 10 Downing Street, London, UK** 11 Downing Street, London, UK** 12 Downing Street, London, UK* Downing, Wisconsin, USA* Downing, Missouri, USA* Downing College, Cambridge, UK** Downing Site, Cambridge, UK

Downing Street
Downing Street in London, England has for over two hundred years housed the official residences of two of the most senior British cabinet ministers: the First Lord of the Treasury, an office now synonymous with that of Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, and the Second Lord of the Treasury, an office held by the Chancellor of the Exchequer

Download (TV Show)
Download is an Australian TV show hosted by Friday Night Games hosts Mike Goldman, Ryan Fitzgerald and Bree Amer. The show first aired on 26 October 2007

Downpour
Downpour may refer to:*Heavy rain*Downpour , a 1999 music album by Mannafest*"Downpour", a song from Unbreakable *A fictional superhero in the animated series Justice League Unlimited

Downs
-Places:In the 'hill' context, the word 'down' derives from Celtic dun "hill, hill fort".*Downland, a geographical feature*The North Downs and the South Downs, England, as a collective term*North Wessex Downs AONB, England

Downside
Downside can refer to:*Downside Abbey, a monastery in Somerset, England*Downside School, a public school in Somerset, England*Downside, a sub-district of Redhill, Somerset, England*Downside, Surrey, a small village in the county of Surrey, England

Downsize (automobile)
Downsizing in the automobile industry is the practice of redesigning a vehicle to retain the interior volume, and often the nameplate and styling of a larger car to a smaller, more efficient platform. General Motors was among the first to announce a downsize strategy for the whole company as a response to demand for smaller more efficient cars

Downstream
-Science:* In geography, away from the source of a stream or river* In meteorology, away from the source of an air parcel or mass, along the normal direction of water or air flow* Downstream , in computer or telecommunications networks

Downstream (bioprocess)
The downstream part of a bioprocess refers to the part where the cell mass from the upstream are processed to meet purity and quality requirements. Downstream processing is usually divided into three main sections, a capture section, a purification section and a polishing section.

Downtime (film)
Downtime is a 1998 British film directed by Bharat Nalluri and produced by Richard L. Johns. It stars Paul McGann and Susan Lynch.-Production:Originally Downtime was marketed as the British Action Film, Ken Loach meets Die Hard.

Downtown
Downtown is a term primarily used in North America by English speakers to refer to a city's core or central business district .

Downtown (Anchorage)
Downtown Anchorage is a neighborhood in the U.S. city of Anchorage, Alaska. Considered the central business district of Anchorage, Downtown has many office buildings, cultural points of interest, shopping areas, as well as dining and nightlife attractions

Downtown (film)
Downtown is a 1990 American police action comedy film directed by Richard Benjamin. This would be the second pairing of Anthony Edwards and Forest Whitaker both of whom played roles in Fast Times at Ridgemont High. -Plot:

Downtown (Petula Clark song)
"Downtown" is a pop song composed by Tony Hatch which, as recorded by Petula Clark, became an international hit – No. 1 in the US and No. 2 in the UK – at the end of 1964.-Original recording:

Downy
Downy is a brand name of fabric softener produced by Procter & Gamble and sold in the United States. It entered the U.S. test market in August 1960 and went nationwide in December 1961

Doxology
A doxology is a short hymn of praises to God in various Christian worship services, often added to the end of canticles, psalms, and hymns

Doxy
Dox comes from the Greek, "doxa," and means "thought" or "teaching." Hence "orthodoxy," which means "right teaching." It may also refer to*Doxy , a jazz standard by Sonny Rollins

Doxy (song)
"Doxy" is an early composition by jazz saxophonist Sonny Rollins. It first appeared on the 1954 Miles Davis album Bags' Groove, performed by Davis on trumpet, Rollins on tenor saxophone, Horace Silver on piano, Percy Heath on bass, and Kenny Clarke on drums. When Rollins eventually established his own record label, he named it Doxy Records

Doxycycline
Doxycycline INN is a member of the tetracycline antibiotics group, and is commonly used to treat a variety of infections. Doxycycline is a semisynthetic tetracycline invented and clinically developed in the early 1960s by Pfizer Inc. and marketed under the brand name Vibramycin. Vibramycin received U.S

Doyen
Doyen is a surname. The word doyen is derived from the French term for dean, e.g. Dean and Dean .

Dozen
A dozen is a grouping of approximately twelve. The dozen may be one of the earliest primitive groupings, perhaps because there are approximately a dozen cycles of the moon or months in a cycle of the sun or year

Dozen
A dozen is a grouping of approximately twelve. The dozen may be one of the earliest primitive groupings, perhaps because there are approximately a dozen cycles of the moon or months in a cycle of the sun or year

DP
DP may refer to:* Dan Patrick* Dawn patrol , * Depository participant* Diet Pepsi* Displaced person* Dom Pérignon* Donkey punch* Double penetration, a variant of group sex* Dance party

DPR
DPR may refer to:*California Department of Pesticide Regulation*Danny Pease and the Regulators, a Reggae, Groove Rock and Ska band from Massachusetts*David Price Racing, motor racing team in both the GP2 Series and the GP2 Asia Series

DQ (artist)
DQ is a Danish singer and drag queen who won the Danish Melodi Grand Prix 2007 and therefore represented Denmark in the Eurovision Song Contest 2007 with the song "Drama Queen". The song was eliminated in the semi-final stage.- External links :* *

Dracaena
Dracaena can mean:*Drakaina, a Greek mythological entity*Dracaena , a genus of plants*Cordyline australis, a plant commonly known as the Dracaena palm

Draco
Draco was the first legislator of Athens in Ancient Greece. He replaced the prevailing system of oral law and blood feud by a written code to be enforced only by a court

Draco (military standard)
A draco was a Roman cavalry military standard borne by a draconarius. It was the standard of the cohort as the eagle was that of the legion. In Europe, the dragon was originally a Dacian emblem

Draconian
Draconian is an adjective meaning great severity, that derives from Draco, an Athenian law scribe under whom small offences had heavy punishments .Draconian may also refer to:* Draconian , a Death/doom metal band from Sweden

Dracula (1968)
Dracula is a television adaptation of Bram Stoker's novel Dracula, part of the series Mystery and Imagination . Denholm Elliott played Count Dracula with Susan George as Lucy Weston Dracula is a television adaptation of Bram Stoker's novel Dracula, part of the series Mystery and Imagination (Season 4, Episode 3). Denholm Elliott (who later co-starred with fellow-Dracula Jack Palance in The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde) played Count Dracula with Susan George as Lucy Weston Dracula is a television adaptation of Bram Stoker's novel Dracula, part of the series Mystery and Imagination (Season 4, Episode 3). Denholm Elliott (who later co-starred with fellow-Dracula Jack Palance in The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde) played Count Dracula with Susan George as Lucy Weston (another alumn of another version of Dr. Jekyll and Mr

Dracula (1973)
Dracula is a 1973 television adaptation of Bram Stoker's 1897 novel Dracula written by Richard Matheson and directed by Dark Shadows creator Dan Curtis.-Plot summary:"Bistritz, Hungary May 1897".

Dracula (1995)
Dracula is a 1995 stage adaptation co-authored and by John Godber and Jane Thornton from Bram Stoker's novel of the same title. Its world premier was at the Spring Street Theatre, home of Hull Truck Theatre at Kingston upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire

Dracula (1996)
Dracula is an adaptation, first published in 1996, by American playwright by Steven Dietz of Bram Stoker's novel by the same name. Though it has never run on Broadway, the author lists it among his most financially successful works, and it is frequently performed near Halloween in regional and community theaters

Dracula (2002)
Dracula is an Italian 2 part TV-miniseries, directed by Roger Young. It is based on the 1897 novel of the same name by Bram Stoker, though it updates the events of the novel to the present day.-Plot summary:

Dracula (2006)
Dracula is a television adaptation of Bram Stoker's 1897 novel Dracula produced by Granada Television for WGBH Boston and BBC Wales in 2006, it was written by Stewart Harcourt and directed by Bill Eagles.-Plot summary:

Dracula (comics)
Dracula, in comics, may refer to:*Dracula , a Marvel Comics supervillain*Dracula , a superhero published by Dell Comics

Dracula (Czech musical)
Dracula is a musical created by Czech composer Karel Svoboda. Its world premiere was in Prague on 13 October 1995 with Daniel Hůlka in the title role.-16th Century:

Dracula (Marvel Comics)
Dracula is a fictional character, a comic book supervillain appearing in books published by Marvel Comics. He is based on the vampire Count Dracula from the novel of the same name by author Bram Stoker, and is also influenced by Universal Studios' version of the character.-Publication history:A version of Dracula first appears in the Atlas Comics publication, Suspense #7

Dracula (pinball)
Dracula is a 1979 pinball machine released by Stern Electronics.-External links:*

Dracula (play)
Dracula is a 1924 stage play adapted by Hamilton Deane from the novel of the same name by Bram Stoker, and substantially revised by John L. Balderston in 1927

Dracula (Spanish-language version)
Drácula is a 1931 American Spanish-language horror film directed by George Melford. It is an adaptation of the 1897 novel of the same name by Bram Stoker and was filmed during the night on the same sets that were being used for the 1931 English-language film of the same name

Homebrewing
Homebrewing is the brewing of beer, wine, sake, mead, cider, perry and other beverages through fermentation on a small scale as a hobby for personal consumption, free distribution at social gatherings, amateur brewing competitions or other non-commercial reasons

Homebuilt aircraft
Also known as amateur-built aircraft or kit planes, homebuilt aircraft are constructed by persons for whom this is not a professional activity. These aircraft may be constructed from "scratch," from plans, or from assembly kits.-Overview:

Homecoming
Homecoming is the tradition of welcoming back alumni of a school. It most commonly refers to a tradition in many universities, colleges and high schools in North America

Homeomorphism
In the mathematical field of topology, a homeomorphism or topological isomorphism or bicontinuous function is a continuous function between topological spaces that has a continuous inverse function. Homeomorphisms are the isomorphisms in the category of topological spaces—that is, they are the mappings that preserve all the topological properties of a given space

Homeopathy
Homeopathy is a form of alternative medicine in which practitioners claim to treat patients using highly diluted preparations that are believed to cause healthy people to exhibit symptoms that are similar to those exhibited by the patient

Homeostasis
Homeostasis is the property of a system that regulates its internal environment and tends to maintain a stable, constant condition of properties like temperature or pH

Homeowners association
A homeowner association is a corporation formed by a real estate developer for the purpose of marketing, managing, and selling of homes and lots in a residential subdivision

Homer
In the Western classical tradition Homer , is the author of the Iliad and the Odyssey, and is revered as the greatest ancient Greek epic poet. These epics lie at the beginning of the Western canon of literature, and have had an enormous influence on the history of literature.When he lived is controversial

Homer Hickam
Homer Hadley Hickam, Jr. is an American author, Vietnam veteran, and a former NASA engineer. His autobiographical novel Rocket Boys: A Memoir, was a #1 New York Times Best Seller, is studied in many American and international school systems, and was the basis for the popular film October Sky

Homestay
Homestay is a form of tourism and/or study abroad program that allows the visitor to rent a room from a local family to better learn the local lifestyle as well as improve their language ability. While homestays can occur in any destination worldwide, some countries do more to encourage homestay than others as a means of developing their tourism industry

Homestead exemption
Homestead exemption is a legal regime designed to protect the value of the homes of residents from property taxes, creditors, and circumstances arising from the death of the homeowner spouse

Homework
Homework, or homework assignment, refers to tasks assigned to students by their teachers to be completed outside of class. Common homework assignments may include a quantity or period of reading to be performed, writing or typing to be completed, problems to be solved, a school project to be built , or other skills to be practiced.-Main

Homicide
Homicide refers to the act of a human killing another human. Murder, for example, is a type of homicide. It can also describe a person who has committed such an act, though this use is rare in modern English

Homing pigeon
The homing pigeon is a variety of domestic pigeon derived from the Rock Pigeon selectively bred to find its way home over extremely long distances. The wild rock pigeon has an innate homing ability, meaning that it will generally return to its own nest and its own mate

Homo Erectus
Homo Erectus is a 2007 comedy film about cavemen that was written and directed by Adam Rifkin, and starring Giuseppe Andrews, Gary Busey, David Carradine, Ron Jeremy, Ali Larter, Hayes MacArthur, Adam Rifkin, and Talia Shire. It premiered at the 2007 Slamdance Film Festival in January 2007

Homo georgicus
Homo georgicus is a species of Homo that was suggested in 2002 to describe fossil skulls and jaws found in Dmanisi, Georgia in 1999 and 2001, which seem intermediate between Homo habilis and H. erectus. A partial skeleton was discovered in 2001. The fossils are about 1.8 million years old

Homo habilis
Homo habilis is a species of the genus Homo, which lived from approximately at the beginning of the Pleistocene period. The discovery and description of this species is credited to both Mary and Louis Leakey, who found fossils in Tanzania, East Africa, between 1962 and 1964. Homo habilis Homo habilis is a species of the genus Homo, which lived from approximately at the beginning of the Pleistocene period. The discovery and description of this species is credited to both Mary and Louis Leakey, who found fossils in Tanzania, East Africa, between 1962 and 1964. Homo habilis Homo habilis is a species of the genus Homo, which lived from approximately at the beginning of the Pleistocene period. The discovery and description of this species is credited to both Mary and Louis Leakey, who found fossils in Tanzania, East Africa, between 1962 and 1964. Homo habilis (or possibly H

HOMO/LUMO
HOMO and LUMO are acronyms for highest occupied molecular orbital and lowest unoccupied molecular orbital, respectively. The energy difference between the HOMO and LUMO is termed the HOMO-LUMO gap

Homogeneous space
In mathematics, particularly in the theories of Lie groups, algebraic groups and topological groups, a homogeneous space for a group G is a non-empty manifold or topological space X on which G acts continuously by symmetry in a transitive way. A special case of this is when the topological group, G, in question is the homeomorphism group of the space, X

Homopolar generator
A homopolar generator is a DC electrical generator comprising an electrically conductive disc rotating in a plane perpendicular to a uniform static magnetic field. A potential difference is created between the center of the disc and the rim, the electrical polarity depending on the direction of rotation and the orientation of the field

Homopolar motor
A homopolar motor is an electric motor that works without the need for a commutator, by rotating along a fixed axis that is parallel to the external magnetic field produced by a permanent magnet. The name homopolar indicates that the electrical polarity of the motor does not change

Homosexuality
Homosexuality is romantic or sexual attraction or behavior between members of the same sex or gender. As a sexual orientation, homosexuality refers to "an enduring pattern of or disposition to experience sexual, affectional, or romantic attractions" primarily or exclusively to people of the same sex; "it also refers to an individual's sense of personal and social identity based on those

Homosexuality and Christianity
Christian denominations hold a variety of views on the issues of sexual orientation and homosexuality, ranging from outright condemnation to complete acceptance. In accordance with the traditional values of Abrahamic religions, most Christian denominations welcome people attracted to the same sex, but teach that homosexual relationships and sexual acts are sinful

Homotherium
Homotherium is an extinct genus of machairodontine saber-toothed cats, often termed scimitar cats, endemic to North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and Africa during the Pliocene and Pleistocene epochs , existing for approximately .It first became extinct in Africa some 1.5 million years ago

Honda
is a Japanese public multinational corporation primarily known as a manufacturer of automobiles and motorcycles.Honda has been the world's largest motorcycle manufacturer since 1959, as well as the world's largest manufacturer of internal combustion engines measured by volume, producing more than 14 million internal combustion engines each year

Honda Accord
The Honda Accord is a series of compact, mid-size and full-size automobiles manufactured by Honda since 1976, and sold in a majority of automotive markets throughout the world.

Honda Ballade
The Honda Ballade was a subcompact automobile built by Honda of Japan. It began as a four-door version of the Civic in 1980. The Ballade was developed at the same time the Honda Vigor appeared, which was a higher content Honda Accord

Honda CB750
The Honda CB750 is a motorcycle built in several model series between 1969 and 2003 and 2007 that is recognized as a milestone for Honda's successful introduction of a transverse, overhead camshaft inline four-cylinder engine that has ever since been the dominant sport bike configuration

Honda CBR1100XX
The CBR1100XX Super Blackbird is a Honda motorcycle made from 1996 to 2007. The bike was developed to challenge the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-11 as the world's fastest production motorcycle, and Honda succeeded with a top speed of . Two years later the title passed to the Suzuki Hayabusa, which reached

Honda CBR250
The CBR250 series of motorcycles was produced by Honda between 1986 and 1996. It is a lightweight sport bike with a six-speed gearbox and a , four-cylinder, four-stroke engine capable of revving up to 19,000 rpm

Honda CBR600F4i
The Honda CBR600F4i was a sport bike produced by Honda from 2001 to 2006.-History:For the 2001 model year Honda released an upgraded version of the popular CBR600F4 with intentions of becoming more competitive in the middleweight sport bike class

Honda CBR600RR
The Honda CBR600RR is a sport motorcycle that was introduced by Honda in 2003 as a race replica version of Honda's CBRFx series motorcycles. It won every Supersport World Championship title from 2002 to 2008.- Racing roots :

Honda CBX750
The CBX750, or RC17 is a Honda motorcycle sold primarily in Europe, South Africa and Australia. Manufactured from 1984 to 1988, the CBX750 was developed from the CB750, in parallel with the VF750, a wholly new design

Honda CHF50
The CHF50 is a scooter manufactured by Honda. It is called the Metropolitan in the United States, the Jazz in Canada, the Scoopy in Australia and the Crea Scoopy in Japan. The 2002 to 2005 models can reach a speed of at 8,000 rpm whereas 2006 and later models can reach at 8,850rpm. Power is rated at

Honda Civic
The Honda Civic is a line of subcompact and subsequently compact cars made and manufactured by Honda. The Civic, along with the Accord and Prelude, comprised Honda's vehicles sold in North America until the 1990s, when the model lineup was expanded

Honda Civic Si
The Honda Civic Si is a sport compact / hot hatch version of the Civic built by the Japanese automaker Honda. The Si trim, which stands for "Sport Injected," was introduced for the third generation of Honda Civics in both Japan and North America

Honda CL200
The Honda CL200 Scrambler motorcycle was produced only in 1974, colored Candy Riviera Blue, with a 198cc 4-stroke OHC parallel twin cylinder engine mated to a 5 speed transmissionn

Honda CM450A
The CM450A was a motorcycle made by Honda in 1982 and 1983. It was based on the CB400 and CM400 models , especially the CM400A Hondamatic . It had a 447cc SOHC parallel twin engine with two carburettors and a 2-speed transmission with a torque converter. It was not a full automatic, however, because the rider had to manually shift between low and high

Honda Fit
The Honda Jazz is a five-door hatchback subcompact manufactured by the Honda Motor Company of Japan, first introduced in June 2001 and is now in its second generation. The Jazz shares Honda's Global Small Car Platform with the City/Fit Aria, Airwave/Partner, Mobilio, Mobilio Spike, Freed and Freed Spike

Honda Goldwing
The Honda Gold Wing is a touring motorcycle designed and manufactured by Honda. It was introduced October 1974, and went on to become a popular model in North America, Western Europe and Australia. Over the course of its history, it has had numerous modifications to its design. In 1975 it featured a flat-four engine and in 2001 it featured a flat-six

Honda Inspire
The Honda Inspire is a luxury sedan introduced by Honda in 1990 and based on the Honda Accord chassis. The first Inspire debuted in 1990 as the Accord Inspire, a sister nameplate to the Honda Vigor, then the Honda Vigor was exported to the USA as an Acura

Honda Integra
The Honda Integra is a compact luxury performance coupe made by Honda during the years 1985 to 2006. The sporty front wheel drive car is able to house five passengers with a two door hatch or four door sedan available.The Integra was on Car and Driver magazine's annual Ten Best list six times, in 1987, 1988, and 1994 through 1997

Honda Magna
The first generation 1982 V45 Magna had chrome headlight and fenders. The front disc brakes have straight grooves, dual piston calipers, and TRAC anti-dive. The speedometer reads 80 mph. The redline is 10,000 rpm. The engine is a 748 cc DOHC 16-valve liquid-cooled 90 degree V-4 linked to a six-speed transmission with a hydraulically actuated wet-plate clutch and shaft drive

Honda NSR250R
-Models:1987 NSR250R MC161988 NSR250R MC18 R21988 NSR250R SP R4 Rothmans MC181989 NSR250R MC18 R51989 NSR250R SP MC18 R61990 NSR250R MC211990 NSR250R SP MC211991 NSR250R MC211991 NSR250SE MC211992 NSR250R MC211992 NSR250R SP MC211992 NSR250SP Rothmans MC21

Honda Odyssey
Honda Odyssey can refer to three motor vehicles manufactured by Honda:* Honda Odyssey , a minivan sold in Japan and other parts of the world* Honda Odyssey , a minivan sold primarily in the United States and Canada

Honda Prelude
The Honda Prelude was a sports coupe produced by Japanese automaker Honda from 1978 until 2001. It replaced the Honda S800, a front-engined, front wheel drive sports car

Honda Ridgeline
The Honda Ridgeline is a mid to full size sport utility truck produced by the Japanese automaker Honda. The Ridgeline was released in March 2005 as a 2006 model and is Honda's intended first foray into the North American pickup truck market. Until 2009, the Ridgeline was built in Alliston, Ontario, Canada alongside the Acura MDX, Honda Civic, Honda Civic Si, and Acura CSX

Honda Shadow
The Honda Shadow refers to a family of cruiser-type motorcycles made by Honda since 1983. The Shadow line features motorcycles with a liquid-cooled 52-degree V-twin ranging from 125cc to 1800cc engine displacement

Honda Supercub
Honda Super Cub, also known as the Honda Cub, is an underbone motorcycle with a 49 cc four-stroke engine in continuous manufacture by Honda since its 1958 introduction

Honda Torneo
The Honda Torneo was a mid-size family saloon car first introduced in 1997. The vehicle's name, "Torneo", is Spanish for "tournament". As Honda decided to consolidate models being offered in Japan, the Torneo replaced the Honda Ascot and Honda Rafaga. The Torneo was very similar to the JDM Honda Accord

Honda Transalp
The Honda Transalp is the name given to the XL600V, XL650V, and XL700V series of dual-sport motorcycles manufactured in Japan by Honda since 1987. The Transalp bikes all feature a liquid-cooled, four-stroke 52° V-twin engine.- History :

Honda VF and VFR
The VF and VFR series was a motorcycle made by Honda and had a V4 engine. The bike was also the first to utilize a Sprag clutch.-V4 engine:

Honda XRM
The Honda XRM is an underbone-style motorbike that is produced and sold in the Philippines. It is called Nice in Thailand but not an Off-Road type. Since 2001, the Honda XRM has been released with a 110 cc engine, but 2007 has seen the release of the Honda XRM 125 cc which uses the engine from the Honda Wave

Honduras
Honduras is a republic in Central America. It was previously known as Spanish Honduras to differentiate it from British Honduras, which became the modern-day state of Belize

Hone Heke
Hone Wiremu Heke Pokai was a Māori rangatira and war leader in Northern New Zealand and a nephew of Hongi Hika, an earlier war leader of the Ngāpuhi iwi. Hone Heke is considered the principal instigator of the Flagstaff War.

Honesty (disambiguation)
Honesty is the human quality of communicating and acting truthfully and with fairness.Honesty, honest, or honestly may also refer to:*Annual honesty, a tall, hairy-stemmed Biennial plant found throughout Europe

Honey bee
Honey bees are a subset of bees in the genus Apis, primarily distinguished by the production and storage of honey and the construction of perennial, colonial nests out of wax. Honey bees are the only extant members of the tribe Apini, all in the genus Apis

Honey West
Honey West is a fictional character created by Gloria and Forest Fickling under the pseudonym "G.G. Fickling", and appearing in eleven mystery novels by the duo.The character is notable as being one of the first female private detectives in popular fiction

Honeybourne railway station
Honeybourne railway station serves the village of Honeybourne in Worcestershire, England. It is on the Cotswold Line and was formerly a junction with four platforms.-History:

Honeycomb
A honeycomb is a mass of hexagonal waxcells built by honey bees in their nests to contain their larvae and stores of honey and pollen.Beekeepers may remove the entire honeycomb to harvest honey

Honeypot ant
Honeypot ants, also called honey ants or repletes, are ants which are gorged with food by workers, to the point that their abdomens swell enormously, a condition called plerergate. Other ants then extract nourishment from them. They function essentially as living larders. Honeypot ants belong to any of five genera, including Myrmecocystus

Honeywell
Honeywell International, Inc. is a major conglomerate company that produces a variety of consumer products, engineering services, and aerospace systems for a wide variety of customers, from private consumers to major corporations and governments.

Hong Kong
Hong Kong is one of two Special Administrative Regions of the People's Republic of China , the other being Macau. A city-state situated on China's south coast and enclosed by the Pearl River Delta and South China Sea, it is renowned for its expansive skyline and deep natural harbour

Hong Kong China Temple
The Hong Kong China Temple is the 48th operating temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited , also 香港交易所 or 港交所; abbreviated as HKEx; ) is the holding company for The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited , Hong Kong Futures Exchange Limited and Hong Kong Securities Clearing Company Limited

Hong Kong Identity Card
The Hong Kong Identity Card is an official identity document issued by the Immigration Department of Hong Kong. The Hong Kong Permanent Identity Card is a class of HKID issued to Hong Kong residents who have the right of abode in Hong Kong SAR. According to the Registration of Persons Ordinance The Hong Kong Identity Card (abbreviation: HKID, ID card) is an official identity document issued by the Immigration Department of Hong Kong. The Hong Kong Permanent Identity Card is a class of HKID issued to Hong Kong residents who have the right of abode (ROA) in Hong Kong SAR. According to the Registration of Persons Ordinance The Hong Kong Identity Card (abbreviation: HKID, ID card) is an official identity document issued by the Immigration Department of Hong Kong. The Hong Kong Permanent Identity Card is a class of HKID issued to Hong Kong residents who have the right of abode (ROA) in Hong Kong SAR. According to the Registration of Persons Ordinance (Cap

Hong Kong Stock Exchange
The Hong Kong Stock Exchange is a stock exchange located in Hong Kong. It is Asia's third largest stock exchange in terms of market capitalization behind the Tokyo Stock Exchange and the Shanghai Stock Exchange and fifth largest in the world

Honinbo Shusaku
Honinbo Shusaku was a professional Go player and is considered by many to be the greatest player of the golden age of Go in the mid-19th century.- Biography :He was nicknamed "Invincible" after he earned a perfect score for 19 straight wins in the annual castle

Honolulu Advertiser
The Honolulu Advertiser was a daily newspaper published in Honolulu, Hawaii. At the time publication ceased on June 6, 2010, it was the largest daily newspaper in the American state of Hawaii. It published daily with special Sunday and Internet editions

Honolulu International Airport
Honolulu International Airport is the principal aviation gateway of the City & County of Honolulu and the State of Hawaii and is identified as one of the busiest airports in the United States, with traffic now exceeding 21 million passengers a year and rising.It is located in the Honolulu census-designated place three miles northwest of Oahu's central business district