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Dreadlocks
Dreadlocks, also called locks, a ras, dreads, "rasta" or Jata , are matted coils of hair. Dreadlocks are usually intentionally formed; because of the variety of different hair textures, various methods are used to encourage the formation of locks such as backcombing

Dreadnaught
Dreadnaught may mean:* Edward Boscawen , Admiral in the Royal Navy, was given the nickname "Old Dreadnaught"In film:* Dreadnaught , a Yuen Woo-Ping film from 1981

Dreadnought
The dreadnought was the predominant type of 20th-century battleship. The first of the kind, the Royal Navy's had such an impact when launched in 1906 that similar battleships built after her were referred to as "dreadnoughts", and earlier battleships became known as pre-dreadnoughts

Dreadnought (guitar type)
Dreadnought is a type of acoustic guitar body developed by guitar manufacturers C.F. Martin & Company. The Dreadnought style has since been copied by other guitar manufacturers and is now a common style of guitar body

Dreadnought (Star Trek: Voyager)
"Dreadnought" is the 33rd episode of Star Trek: Voyager, the 17th episode in the second season. It has an average fan rating of 4.4/5 on the official Star Trek website as of September 2009.-Plot:

Dream (Anza song)
"Dream" is Anza's debut single, released on April 18, 1998. The song was used as the ending theme for the television program Famitsu Wave. It is the one and only Anza single released on Sony Records, since her second single was on JVC Records, and her third on Universal Records.

Dream (Dizzee Rascal song)
"Dream" is the fifth single from British rapper Dizzee Rascal and the second from his second album Showtime. The single became his fifth top forty hit and second consecutive top twenty hit in the UK Singles Chart peaking at number fourteen, his second highest charting single

Dream (Keller Williams album)
Dream is the ninth solo album from Keller Williams, released in 2007. With the help of numerous collaborators, Williams explores a wide spectrum of musical genres in each of the songs.

DREAM (mixed martial arts)
Dream is a mixed martial arts organization promoted by former PRIDE FC executives and K-1 promoter Fighting and Entertainment Group. DREAM replaced FEG's previous-run mixed martial arts fight series, Hero's. The series retains many of the stylistic flourishes and personnel from Pride FC broadcasts, including fight introducer Lenne Hardt

Dream (musical)
Dream is a 1997 musical revue based on the songs of Johnny Mercer.The Broadway production, directed and choreographed by Wayne Cilento, opened on April 3, 1997 at the Royale Theatre after twenty-four previews

DREAM (protocol)
DREAM is an ad hoc location-based routing protocol. DREAM stands for Distance Routing Effect Algorithm for Mobility.-References:* "A distance routing effect algorithm for mobility " in

Dreamboat
"Dreamboat" is a popular music song, the words and music to which were written by Jack Hoffman, .

Dreamboat (film)
Dreamboat is a 1952 comedy film starring Clifton Webb as a college professor with a mysterious past.-Plot:The respectable lives of Professor of English literature Thornton Sayre and his daughter Carol are severely disrupted when it is revealed that he was once a matinee idol known as "Dreamboat"

Dreamcatcher (Ian Gillan album)
Dreamcatcher is a studio album by Ian Gillan, released in September 1997 in Japan, October 1997 in the United Kingdom and in May 1998 in the USA. All songs were performed by Ian Gillan accompanied by Steve Morris. The album was being worked on between 1995 and 1997.There are three different versions of the album. The basic European edition consists of twelve tracks

Dreamchild (album)
Dreamchild was the sixth solo album released by Toyah Willcox since leaving Toyah, and was released in 1994 via Cryptic Records in Germany. It is the album with the least amount of input from Toyah herself, as almost every track was composed by Mike Bennett, with Toyah contributing lyrics to only one track

Dreamer
-Albums:* Dreamer , an album by metalcore band Haste the Day* Dreamer , an album by Caldera* Dreamer , an album by Emmerson Nogueira* Dreamer, a 1967 album by Labelle-Songs:

Dreamer
-Albums:* Dreamer , an album by metalcore band Haste the Day* Dreamer , an album by Caldera* Dreamer , an album by Emmerson Nogueira* Dreamer, a 1967 album by Labelle-Songs:

Dreamer (album)
-Track listing:# "To Capture the Moon" – 5:00# "Rain Forest" – 8:06# "Dream Child" – 5:12# "Celebration" – 4:35# "Reflections on Don Quioxote" – 7:11

Dreamer (Farthing Wood)
Dreamer, a character from The Animals of Farthing Wood, was a very sweet little vixen and Fox and Vixen's daughter. She was always wandering off in her own world when she was supposed to pay attention. Unfortunately, poor little Dreamer was not around for long because Scarface and Lady Blue were jealous of Fox and Vixen's cubs and so Dreamer was killed

Dreamer (Guinness)
Dreamer is an integrated advertising campaign launched by Diageo in 2001 to promote Guinness-brand draught stout in the United Kingdom. It is the fourth piece of the Good things come to those who wait campaign, following on from Swimblack, Surfer, and Bet on Black

Dreamer (Haste the Day album)
Dreamer is the fourth studio album from Christian metalcore band Haste the Day. The album was released on October 14, 2008 through Solid State Records. A song from the album, entitled "68" was released on the band's MySpace on August 1. A second new song, the second track off the album entitled "Mad Man," was made available for download on iTunes September 9

Dreamer (Livin' Joy song)
"Dreamer" was the first track released by Italian house group Livin' Joy in 1994. It was a number-one dance hit that year. The following year, it entered the UK chart at No. 1. "Set You Free", the dance anthem from N-Trance, could only reach No. 2 the same year.The song was first released in the United Kingdom in September 1994 and peaked at number 18 in the UK top 40

Dreamer (novel)
-Plot summary:Awake, Greg Donner falls in love with the beautiful red-headed Ginny Winters, a woman with a mysterious past. Asleep, Greg dreams of pursuing Ginny through a terrifyingly deserted Chicago. Awake, Richard Iles is confined to a sanatorium in Kentucky and trapped in a loveless marriage to Ginny Winters. Asleep, Richard dreams he is Greg Donner

Dreamers
"Dreamers" is the second single from Jack Savoretti taken from his debut album, Between the Minds.It spent a total of two weeks in the UK Singles Chart, debuting at 123 then falling to 159 a week later. It reached number 23 on the UK Airplay Chart.

Dreaming (Aurora song)
"Dreaming" is a single by Aurora with vocals by Lizzy Pattinson. It reached number 24 on the UK Singles Chart in 2002.-Music video:There were two video versions for the single. One features Lizzy on a charter bus and singing with an acoustic band.

Dreaming (Blondie song)
"Dreaming" is a song by the American punk/new wave band Blondie. Released in 1979, it was the lead single from their fourth album Eat to the Beat

Dreaming (Fool's Garden song)
"Dreaming" is the first single from the album 25 Miles to Kissimmee by German pop band Fool's Garden. It was released in 2001. The song was re-recorded in 2004 for a new single release

Dreaming (I Dream song)
"Dreaming" is a song by pop singers and S Club 8 members Frankie Sandford and Calvin Goldspink, released as the first single from the I Dream TV series soundtrack album Welcome to Avalon Heights.

Dreaming (spirituality)
The Dreaming is a common term within the animist creation narrative of indigenous Australians for a personal, or group, creation and for what may be understood as the "timeless time" of formative creation and perpetual creating.

Dreamland (2007 film)
Dreamland is an American science fiction film that was released on DVD February 27, 2007.-Plot:In the Nevada mountains between Las Vegas and Reno in the desolate nuclear testing grounds of Dreamland , a young couple Megan and Dylan stop in a greasy spoon cafe where they learn about the Area 51 government base a few miles away

Dreamland (Beat Circus album)
Dreamland is the second studio album by American band Beat Circus. It was released on January 29, 2008 by Cuneiform Records, and shares its title with the turn-of-the-century Coney Island theme park which burned in a devastating fire in 1911. The album is a 150-page score for 9 musicians composed and arranged by Brian Carpenter and produced by Martin Bisi

Dreamland (Black Box album)
Dreamland is the debut studio album of Italo house band Black Box. It was released in May 1990 on RCA Records, and was preceded in 1989 by the international hit single, "Ride On Time." The album was certified gold in both the U.S

Dreamland (Fallujah, Iraq)
Once a Baathist resort in Iraq, Camp Baharia was the smaller of two major U.S. bases maintained just outside Fallujah. The facility, specifically named after the Marine Corps, uses an Arabic word for the Marine Corps, 'mushaat al-baharia,' which translates into 'walkers of the navy' or naval infantry

Dreamland (film)
Dreamland is an American Drama film that was released on December 19, 2006. The primary plot focuses concern overcoming fear, struggling friend to friend relationships, and overall coming of age in small-town America.- Plot :

Dreamland (Kevin Baker)
Dreamland is a 1999 novel by American author Kevin Baker, published by HarperCollins Publishers. It centers on the colorful underworld of turn-of-the-century New York City, with much of the action taking place in the Coney Island amusement park of Dreamland.It is written about the adventure park which was built in Coney Island

Dreamland (novel)
Dreamland is a young adult novel by the American author Sarah Dessen.-Part I: Cass:Caitlin O'Koren has just realized that on her 16th birthday, her 18 year old sister, Cass, has just run away. Everybody completely forget about Caitlin's birthday. Her parents are broken-hearted, since she was supposed to attend Yale two weeks later

Dreams (1955 film)
-Plot:Susanne is the owner of a model agency in Stockholm. Doris, her most popular model, has an argument with her fiancé, Palle, just before she goes with Susanne to Gothenburg to be photographed in a new collection.

Dreams (2005 film)
Dreams is a 2005 Iraqi film directed by Mohamed Al-Daradji. It was Iraq's submission to the 79th Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee.-See also:*Cinema of Iraq

Dreams (bed retailer)
Dreams is a UK bed retailer and manufacturer with over 200 stores throughout the United Kingdom. Its head office is located in Loudwater, High Wycombe.-1980s:In 1985 Mike Clare opened the 'Sofa-bed' shop in Uxbridge

Dreams (Gabrielle song)
"Dreams" is the debut single from Gabrielle. Written by Gabrielle and Tim Laws and produced by Richie Fermie, "Dreams" reached number one on the UK singles chart for three weeks in June 1993. The single entered the British charts at #2, which was the highest chart entry a debut act ever scored in the UK at that time

Dreams (Grace Slick album)
-Personnel:*Grace Slick – vocals, piano on "Garden of Man"*Ron Frangipane – conductor on "Dreams", "Seasons", "Let It Go", and "Garden of Man", Oberheim synthesizer player on "Dreams" and "Garden of Man"*Frank Owens – solo piano on "Dreams"

Dreams (High and Mighty Color song)
"Dreams" is the 10th single by High and Mighty Color, it was released on August 1, 2007.-Overview:"Dreams" is the first single from the band since January 2007 and their first since "Over" to contain more than one B-side

Dreams (The Whitest Boy Alive album)
-Asounds/Bubbles song order:The Asound/Bubbles CD song order is:

Dreamscape (band)
-History:Dreamscape was founded by lead guitarist Wolfgang Kerinnis and rhythm guitarist Stefan Gassner in 1986. After numerous changes in the line-up, singer Tobi Zoltan, drummer Andreas Angerer and bassist Benno Schmidtler stayed with them. After very thorough preparations, they started performing live in 1992

Dreamtime (musical)
Dreamtime is an original musical by Jean Marc Cerrone and David Niles. It was created by Niles, based on an original story by Cerrone. Niles wrote the book for the musical. The show's message is the power of love and dreams. Billed as a "New Broadway Musical Experience," the show combined giant screen images in high definition with live actors, music and laser lighting effects

Dreamworld (band)
Dreamworld was a eurodance group consisting of Bella Morel, Fredrik Lenander and Lars Erlandsson. The band were based in Malmö. The voice of Dreamworld was the female vocalist Bella Morel. She also took part to the lyrics writing

Dreamy
Dreamy is the fourth album by indie rock band Beat Happening.-Track listing:All tracks written by Beat Happening# "Me Untamed" – 3:46# "Left Behind" – 2:53# "Hot Chocolate Boy" – 2:21# "I've Lost You" – 2:48# "Cry for a Shadow" – 2:27

Dreamy
Dreamy may refer to:*Dreamy *Dreamy *a jazz song by Erroll Garner. Later recorded by Sarah Vaughan , Shirley Horn , etc.

Dredge
Dredging is an excavation activity or operation usually carried out at least partly underwater, in shallow seas or fresh water areas with the purpose of gathering up bottom sediments and disposing of them at a different location

Dregs
Dregs may refer to:* Sediment in wine, beer, Turkish coffee or other beverage.* Dregs of Humanity, an episode of the It's Your Move TV series* Audio Dregs, an independent music label* Dixie Dregs, a jazz fusion band

Drench
Drench is a brand of bottled spring water owned by Britvic. Drench is one of a range of water brands from Britvic, which includes Pennine Spring and Fruit Shoot H20.-The Water:

Drench (disambiguation)
Drench means to soak or make very wet.Drench may also refer to:*Drench, a brand of bottled spring water*Drench Magazine*"Drench", a song from the album In Our Gun by Gomez*Drenching, an alternate term for deworming

Dress
A dress is a garment consisting of a skirt with an attached bodice or with a matching bodice giving the effect of a one-piece garment.Dress may also refer to:*Clothing in general*Costume, fancy dress

Dress
A dress is a garment consisting of a skirt with an attached bodice

Dress form
A dress form is a three-dimensional model of the torso used for fitting clothing that is being designed or sewed. When making a piece of clothing, it can be put on the dress form so one can see the fit and drape of the garment as it would appear on a body, and make adjustments or alterations.Dress forms come in all sizes and shapes for almost every article of clothing that can be

Dress Rehearsal (Carolyn Dawn Johnson album)
Dress Rehearsal is the second studio album by Canadian country music singer-songwriter Carolyn Dawn Johnson, and was released on May 4, 2004 on Arista Nashville. It produced the singles "Simple Life" and "Die of a Broken Heart" in the U.S., which respectively reached #13 and #52 on the Hot Country Songs charts

Dressage
Dressage is a competitive equestrian sport, defined by the International Equestrian Federation as "the highest expression of horse training." Competitions are held at all levels from amateur to the World Equestrian Games

Dresser
- Things :* Dresser , theatrical stagehand involved with costumes* Window dresser, shop display designer* Dresser Industries, multinational corporation based in Dallas, Texas* Grinding dresser, to dress the surface of a grinding wheel

Dresser (theater)
A dresser is a theatrical stagehand who is involved with maintaining costume quality at each performance. They are hired by either the director, producer, or wardrobe supervisor. They report directly to the wardrobe supervisor and are usually paid by the hour.

Dressing
Dressing may refer to:* Dressing , a medical covering for a wound, usually made of cloth* Ore dressing* Salad dressing, a type of sauce which is generally poured on a salad, or spread on the bread of a sandwich

Drest
Drest is the name of several Pictish people, including:* Drest I of the Picts, Drest son of Erp, supposedly contemporary with Saint Patrick* Drest II of the Picts, Drest Gurthinmoch

Drew
Drew is the past tense of draw, and both a surname and a given name, possibly as a shortened form of Andrew. It may refer to:- United States :* Drew County, Arkansas, a county located in the U.S

Drew (Kent cricketer)
J. Drew was an English amateur cricketer who played first-class cricket in 1795 for Marylebone Cricket Club , of which he was a member, and Sir Horatio Mann's XI, the latter an indication of his connection with Kent cricket. He held the rank of captain in the British armed forces.Drew made 3 known first-class appearances

Dribbling
In sports, dribbling refers to the maneuvering of a ball around a defender through short skillful taps or kicks with either the legs , hands , stick or swimming strokes

Drift
- Film and literature :* Drift , a 2002 Doctor Who novel* Drift , a series of Japanese films written and directed by Futoshi Jinno* Drift, 2007 experimental short film by Max Hattler* Drift , a fictional character

Drift (album)
Drift is the fifth album by Flotsam and Jetsam released on April 25, 1995. Re-released on June 10, 2008 by Metal Mind Productions. This release is remastered with three bonus tracks and limited to 2000 copies

Drifter (floating device)
Drifters are floating devices to investigate ocean currents. The major components of drifters are hollow bodies that ensure flotation, "sails" to catch water currents, instruments , and waterproof containers for instruments

Horse tack
Tack is a term used to describe any of the various equipment and accessories worn by horses in the course of their use as domesticated animals. Saddles, stirrups, bridles, halters, reins, bits, harnesses, martingales, and breastplates are all forms of horse tack

Horse-drawn vehicle
A horse-drawn vehicle is a mechanized piece of equipment pulled by one horse or by a team of horses. These vehicles typically had two or four wheels and were used to carry passengers and/or a load

Horsecar
A horsecar or horse-drawn tram is an animal-powered streetcar or tram.These early forms of public transport developed out of industrial haulage routes that had long been in existence, and from the omnibus routes that first ran on public streets in the 1820s, using the newly improved iron or steel rail or 'tramway'

Horseland
Horseland is an online community that simulates the breeding and raising of horses and dogs. Begun in 1994 in the United States, Horseland has now grown to have more than 7 million users who play from all over the world. Most of the players are girls from age 10 to 22, although a number of adults play the game

Horseshoe crab
The Atlantic horseshoe crab, Limulus polyphemus, is a marine chelicerate arthropod. Despite its name, it is more closely related to spiders, ticks, and scorpions than to crabs. Horseshoe crabs are most commonly found in the Gulf of Mexico and along the northern Atlantic coast of North America

Horseshoe Falls
The Horseshoe Falls, also known as the Canadian Falls, is part of Niagara Falls, on the Niagara River. Approximately 90% of the Niagara River, after diversions for hydropower generation, flows over Horseshoe Falls. The remaining 10% flows over the American Falls

Horseshoe orbit
A horseshoe orbit is a type of co-orbital motion of a small orbiting body relative to a larger orbiting body . The orbital period of the smaller body is very nearly the same as for the larger body, and its path appears to have a horseshoe shape in a rotating reference frame as viewed from the larger object.The loop is not closed but will drift forward or backward slightly

Horseshoe Plantation
Horseshoe Plantation is an cotton plantation located in northern Leon County, Florida and established around 1840 by Dr. Edward Bradford, a planter from Enfield, North Carolina.It is currently owned and maintained by Frederic C. Hamilton. Mr

Horticulture
Horticulture is the industry and science of plant cultivation including the process of preparing soil for the planting of seeds, tubers, or cuttings. Horticulturists work and conduct research in the disciplines of plant propagation and cultivation, crop production, plant breeding and genetic engineering, plant biochemistry, and plant physiology

Horton Hatches the Egg
Horton Hatches the Egg is a children's book by Dr. Seuss, first published in 1940. The character Horton appeared again in Horton Hears a Who!, published in 1954

Horton in Ribblesdale
Horton in Ribblesdale is a small village and civil parish in the Craven district of North Yorkshire, England. It is situated in Ribblesdale on the Settle–Carlisle Railway to the west of Pen-y-ghent.

Horus
Horus is one of the oldest and most significant deities in the Ancient Egyptian religion, who was worshipped from at least the late Predynastic period through to Greco-Roman times. Different forms of Horus are recorded in history and these are treated as distinct gods by Egyptologists

Hosay
Hosay or Tadjah is a West Indian commemoration, in which multi-colored model mausoleums are paraded, then ritually offered up to the sea, or any body of water

Hosea Kutako
Chief Hosea Kutako was an early Namibian nationalist leader and member of the South West African People's Organization. Kutako, alongside Rev. Michael Scott led petitions to the United Nations which eventually led to the recognition of Namibia's status as a sovereign country under colonial control by South Africa

Hoshangabad District
Hoshangabad District is one of the districts of Madhya Pradesh state of India, and Hoshangabad town is the district headquarters.-Geography:

Hosni Mubarak
Muhammad Hosni Sayyid Mubarak is a former Egyptian politician and military commander. He served as the fourth President of Egypt from 1981 to 2011.

Hospital Kiang Wu
Hospital Kiang Wu , a privately owned hospital located in Macau Peninsula, is one of three hospitals in Macau. Founded in 1871, the hospital is run by the Kiang Wu Charitable Association and offered Chinese medicial services. Renowned doctor Sun Yat-Sen brought Western medicine services to the hospital

Hospital ship
A hospital ship is a ship designated for primary function as a floating medical treatment facility or hospital; most are operated by the military forces of various countries, as they are intended to be used in or near war zones.

Hospitality Club
The Hospitality Club is an international, Internet-based hospitality service of appr. 300,000 members in 226 countries Its members use the website HospitalityClub.org to coordinate accommodation and other services, such as guiding or regaling travelers.

Hossein Behzad
Hossein Behzad was a prominent painter from Tehran, Iran.He became internationally known and won many awards.In honor of this artist, the "Behzad Museum", located in Tehran's Sa'd Abad Palace holds the collection of most of his works.- References :* Omar Khayyam: Vierzeiler übersetzt von Friedrich Rosen mit Miniaturen von Hossein

Hostage Rescue Team
The FBI Hostage Rescue Team is the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation's counter-terrorism paramilitary tactical team. The HRT is trained to rescue U.S. citizens and allies who are held by a hostile force, either terrorist or criminal

Hostel
Hostels provide budget oriented, sociable accommodation where guests can rent a bed, usually a bunk bed, in a dormitory and share a bathroom, lounge and sometimes a kitchen. Rooms can be mixed or single-sex, although private rooms may also be available

Hot air balloon
The hot air balloon is the oldest successful human-carrying flight technology. It is in a class of aircraft known as balloon aircraft. On November 21, 1783, in Paris, France, the first untethered manned flight was made by Jean-François Pilâtre de Rozier and François Laurent d'Arlandes in a hot air balloon created on December 14, 1782 by the Montgolfier brothers

Hot air balloon festivals
Hot air balloon festivals are held annually in many places throughout the year, allowing hot air balloons to gather and participate in various activities. They can include races; evening "night glows", in which balloons are fired while remaining tetheted to the ground; and rides.- External links :***- References :

Hot cell
Shielded nuclear radiation containment chambers are commonly referred to as hot cells. The word "hot" refers to radioactivity.Hot cells are used in both the nuclear-energy and the nuclear-medicines industries.

Hot dog
A hot dog is a sausage served in a sliced bun. It is very often garnished with mustard, ketchup, onions, mayonnaise, relish and/or sauerkraut.-History:

Hot glue
Hot melt adhesive , also known as hot glue, is a form of thermoplastic adhesive that is commonly supplied in solid cylindrical sticks of various diameters, designed to be melted in an electric hot glue gun

Hot Jupiter
Hot Jupiters are a class of extrasolar planet whose mass is close to or exceeds that of Jupiter

Hot Pockets
Hot Pockets are microwaveable turnovers usually containing a combination of cheese, meat, and vegetables. Hot Pockets are currently produced by Hylan Steez.- Varieties :

Hot pot
Hot pot , less commonly Chinese fondue or steamboat, refers to several East Asian varieties of stew, consisting of a simmering metal pot of stock at the center of the dining table. While the hot pot is kept simmering, ingredients are placed into the pot and are cooked at the table

Hot sauce
Hot sauce, chili sauce or pepper sauce refers to any spicy sauce made from chili peppers and other ingredients.-Ingredients:There are many recipes for hot sauces - the common ingredient being any kind of peppers. A group of chemicals called capsaicinoids are responsible for the heat in chili peppers

Hot Tamales
Hot Tamales are a cinnamon candy manufactured by the Just Born.They are shaped like Mike and Ike candies and were introduced in 1950.In addition to the hot and spicy flavor, there is also Hot Tamales Fire which is more intense than the original, a darker red in color, and less opaque.A spearmint version was available in the late

Hot Wheels
Hot Wheels is a brand of die cast toy car, introduced by American toymaker Mattel in 1968. It was the primary competitor of Matchbox until 1996, when Mattel acquired rights to the Matchbox brand from Tyco.-Models:

Hot-dip galvanizing
Hot-dip galvanizing is a form of galvanization. It is the process of coating iron, steel, or aluminum with a thin zinc layer, by passing the metal through a molten bath of zinc at a temperature of around 860 °F

Hotchkiss (automobile)
Hotchkiss cars were made between 1903 and 1955 by the French company Hotchkiss et Cie in Saint-Denis, Paris. The badge for the marque showed a pair of crossed cannons, evoking the company's history as an arms manufacturer.

Hotchkiss M1914 machine gun
The Mle 1914 Hotchkiss machine gun became the standard machine gun of the French Army during World War I. It was manufactured by the French arms company Hotchkiss et Cie, which had been established in the 1860s by American industrialist Benjamin B. Hotchkiss

Hotdish
Hotdish is a variety of baked casserole that typically contains a starch, a meat or other protein, and a canned and/ or frozen vegetable, mixed together with canned soup. The dish is popular in Minnesota

Hotel
A hotel is an establishment that provides paid lodging on a short-term basis. The provision of basic accommodation, in times past, consisting only of a room with a bed, a cupboard, a small table and a washstand has largely been replaced by rooms with modern facilities, including en-suite bathrooms and air conditioning or climate control

Hotel (TV series)
Hotel is an American prime time drama series which aired on ABC from September 21, 1983 to May 5, 1988 in the timeslot following Dynasty.

Hotel Rwanda
Hotel Rwanda is a 2004 American drama film directed by Terry George. It was adapted from a screenplay written by both George and Keir Pearson. Based on real life events which took place in Rwanda during the spring of 1994, the film stars Don Cheadle as hotelier Paul Rusesabagina, who attempts to rescue his fellow citizens from the ravages of the Rwandan Genocide

Hougang Central Bus Interchange
The Hougang Central Bus Interchange is a bus interchange serving the town of Hougang. It is located directly above the Hougang MRT Station and is operated by SBS Transit.-Redevelopment:

Houghton Hall, East Riding of Yorkshire
Houghton Hall is a stately home in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England, set in . Located on the estate is the village of Sancton. The hall is a Grade I listed building.

Houlton, Maine
Houlton is a town in Aroostook County, Maine, on the United States – Canada border, located at . As of the 2010 census, the town population was 6,123. It is perhaps best known as being at the northern terminus of Interstate 95 and for being the birthplace of Samantha Smith

Hound
A hound is a type of dog that assists hunters by tracking or chasing the animal being hunted. It can be contrasted with the gun dog, which assists hunters by identifying the location of prey, and with the retriever, which recovers shot quarry

House
A house is a building or structure that has the ability to be occupied for dwelling by human beings or other creatures. The term house includes many kinds of different dwellings ranging from rudimentary huts of nomadic tribes to free standing individual structures

House (astrology)
Most horoscopic traditions of astrology systems divide the horoscope into a number of houses whose positions depend on time and location rather than on date. In Hindu astrological tradition these are known as Bhāvas. The houses of the horoscope represent different spheres of life, described in terms of physical surroundings as well as personal life experiences

House arrest
In justice and law, house arrest is a measure by which a person is confined by the authorities to his or her residence. Travel is usually restricted, if allowed at all

House centipede
Scutigera coleoptrata , is a typically yellowish-grey centipede with up to 15 pairs of legs. Originally endemic to the Mediterranean region, the species has spread to other parts of the world, where it usually lives in human homes

House Crow
thumb|300px|Bangalore, IndiaThe House Crow , also known as the Colombo Crow is a common bird of the Crow family that is of Asian origin but now found in many parts of the world, where they arrived assisted by shipping. It is between the Jackdaw and the Carrion Crow in size but is relatively slimmer than either

House mouse
The house mouse is a small rodent, a mouse, one of the most numerous species of the genus Mus.As a wild animal the house mouse mainly lives associated with humans, causing damage to crops and stored food.

House of Burgesses
The House of Burgesses was the first assembly of elected representatives of English colonists in North America. The House was established by the Virginia Company, who created the body as part of an effort to encourage English craftsmen to settle in North America

House of Capet
The House of Capet, or The Direct Capetian Dynasty, , also called The House of France , or simply the Capets, which ruled the Kingdom of France from 987 to 1328, was the most senior line of the Capetian dynasty – itself a derivative dynasty from the Robertians. As rulers of France, the dynasty succeeded the Carolingian dynasty

House of Commons
The House of Commons is the name of the elected lower house of the bicameral parliaments of the United Kingdom and Canada and historically was the name of the lower houses of Ireland and North Carolina

House of Lancaster
The House of Lancaster was a branch of the royal House of Plantagenet. It was one of the opposing factions involved in the Wars of the Roses, an intermittent civil war which affected England and Wales during the 15th century

House of Leaves
House of Leaves is the debut novel by the American author Mark Z. Danielewski, published by Pantheon Books. The novel quickly became a bestseller following its March 7, 2000 release. It was followed by a companion piece, The Whalestoe Letters

House of Lords Act 1999
The House of Lords Act 1999 was an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom that was given Royal Assent on 11 November 1999. The Act reformed the House of Lords, one of the chambers of Parliament. For centuries, the House of Lords had included several hundred members who inherited their seats; the Act removed such a right

House of Obrenovic
The House of Obrenović was a Serbian dynasty that ruled Serbia from 1815 to 1842, and again from 1858 to 1903. They came to power through the leadership of their progenitor Miloš Obrenović in the Second Serbian uprising against the Ottoman Empire, which led to the formation of the Principality of Serbia

House of Representatives
House of Representatives is the name of legislative bodies in many countries and sub-national states. In some countries, the House of Representatives is the lower house of a bicameral legislature, with the corresponding upper house often called a "senate". In other countries, the House of Representatives is the sole chamber of a unicameral legislature

House of Representatives of Nigeria
The House of Representatives of Nigeria is the lower house of the country's bicameral National Assembly. The Senate of Nigeria is the upper house.

House of Representatives of the Philippines
The House of Representatives of the Philippines is the lower chamber of the

House of Savoy
The House of Savoy was formed in the early 11th century in the historical Savoy region. Through gradual expansion, it grew from ruling a small county in that region to eventually rule the Kingdom of Italy from 1861 until the end of World War II, king of Croatia and King of Armenia

House of Windsor
The House of Windsor is the royal house of the Commonwealth realms. It was founded by King George V by royal proclamation on the 17 July 1917, when he changed the name of his family from the German Saxe-Coburg and Gotha to the English Windsor, due to the anti-German sentiment in the United Kingdom during World War I

House on Haunted Hill
House on Haunted Hill is a 1959 American B movie horror film from Allied Artists. It was directed by William Castle, written by Robb White, and starring Vincent Price as eccentric millionaire Fredrick Loren. He and his fourth wife, Annabelle, have invited five people to the house for a "Haunted House" party. Whoever stays in the house for one night will earn $10,000 each

House Un-American Activities Committee
The House Committee on Un-American Activities or House Un-American Activities Committee was an investigative committee of the United States House of Representatives. In 1969, the House changed the committee's name to "House Committee on Internal Security"

Houseboat
A houseboat is a boat that has been designed or modified to be used primarily as a human dwelling. Some houseboats are not motorized, because they are usually moored, kept stationary at a fixed point and often tethered to land to provide utilities

Housefly
The housefly , Musca domestica, is a fly of the suborder Cyclorrhapha

Household Division
Household Division is a term used principally in the Commonwealth of Nations to describe a country’s most elite or historically senior military units, or those military units that provide ceremonial or protective functions associated directly with the head of state.-Historical Development:In medieval Western Europe, the most able warriors were pressed into service as the personal

Houseplant
A houseplant is a plant that is grown indoors in places such as residences and offices. Houseplants are commonly grown for decorative purposes, positive psychological effects, or health reasons such as indoor air purification

Houston Independent School District
The Houston Independent School District is the largest public school system in Texas and the seventh-largest in the United States. Houston ISD serves as a community school district for most of the city of Houston and several nearby and insular municipalities