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Drifter (Sylvia album)
Drifter is the debut album by country music singer Sylvia.-Side one:#"Drifter" — 2:25#"Tumbleweed" — 3:11#"I'm Going with Him" — 3:19

Drifters (film)
Drifters is a 2003 Chinese film directed by Wang Xiaoshuai. The film is a production of Hong Kong's Purple Light Films and People Workshop with international distribution through the Taipei-based company Arc Light Films

Drifting (film)
Drifting is a 1923 drama film directed by Tod Browning and featuring Wallace Beery in a supporting role. The movie was produced and distributed by Universal Pictures. Priscilla Dean is the main female antagonist.

Driftwood
Driftwood is wood that has been washed onto a shore or beach of a sea or river by the action of winds, tides, waves or man. It is a form of marine debris or tidewrack.

Driftwood (album)
Driftwood is the sixth studio album by Eddi Reader released in the UK on October 8, 2001.Driftwood is also the name of the recording studios, owned by Roy Dodds, where the tracks were all recorded during the same sessions for the previous album Simple Soul.

Driftwood (horse)
Driftwood was originally known as Speedy while he was a rodeo horse. Driftwood was known for siring rodeo and ranch horses.- Life :

Driftwood (The Moody Blues song)
"Driftwood" is a 1978 single by the English progressive rock band The Moody Blues. It was the second single released from the album Octave, after "Steppin' in a Slide Zone"

Drill
A drill or drill motor is a tool fitted with a cutting tool attachment or driving tool attachment, usually a drill bit or driver bit, used for drilling holes in various materials or fastening various materials together with the use of fasteners. The attachment is gripped by a chuck at one end of the drill and rotated while pressed against the target material

Drill (band)
Drill was an alternative rock band from New York that formed in 1995. The band is perhaps best known as being headed by vocalist Lucia Cifarelli, with members that included guitarist Dan Harnett, future Black Label Society bassist John DeServio, and drummer Marcus Farny.The band split up shortly after the release of their 1996 self-titled album Drill, which featured additional

Drill (UK Band)
Drill are a band from North East England. They were formed in early 1989 and released albums on the Abstract Sounds, Retribution Records and Muza Muza labels. After splitting in 1994 they reformed in 2005 releasing a new album in 2008

Drill bit (well)
A ', is a device attached to the end of the drill string that breaks apart, cuts or crushes the rock formations when drilling a wellbore, such as those drilled to extract water, gas, or oil.

Drill down
In information technology, to drill down means to move from summary information to detailed data by focusing in on something. In a GUI-environment, "drilling-down" may involve clicking on some representation in order to reveal more detail.

Drina
The Drina is a 346 kilometer long river, which forms most of the border between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia. It is the longest tributary of the Sava River and the longest karst river in the Dinaric Alps which belongs to the Danube river watershed

Drina (butterfly)
Drina is a genus of butterfly in the family Lycaenidae.

Drina (disambiguation)
Drina is a river in the Balkan Peninsula. Drina can also refer to:* Drina Banovina 1929-1941 province of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia* Drina donina, also known as Brown Yamfly, a species of blue butterfly found in Asia

Drink
A drink, or beverage, is a liquid which is specifically prepared for human consumption. In addition to fulfilling a basic human need, beverages form part of the culture of human society.-Water:

Drinker
Drinker was a genus of hypsilophodont dinosaur from the late Jurassic period of North America. Although based on good remains, it remains obscure due to a lack of post-naming publications.-Description:

Drinker (disambiguation)
Drinker was a genus of hypsilophodont dinosaur from the late Jurassic period of North America.Drinker may also refer to:* Drinker , a species of moth* Drinker , a person who drinks alcoholic beverages

Drinking
Drinking is the act of consuming water or a beverage through the mouth. Water is required for many of life’s physiological processes. Both excessive and inadequate water intake are associated with health problems.-Physiology:

Drip
Drip may refer to:* Dripping liquid* Intravenous drip, in health and medicine* Murphy drip, in proctoclysis* Drip gas, natural gas condensate* Drip irrigation, in agriculture and gardening* Drip painting, an art style of dripping paint across a canvas

Drip (band)
Drip is a trip hop band from Manila. With an EP independently released in August 2003 and constant live performances, Drip's cult status grew with Manila's musical cognoscenti. Currently, Drip is signed to Terno Recordings

Dripping
Dripping, also known usually as beef dripping or more rarely, as pork dripping, is an animal fat produced from the fatty or otherwise unusable parts of cow or pig carcasses

Drita
Drita may refer to:* Drita Albanian Folk Orchestra* Drita , an Albanian female name, with the meaning "light"* Drita , an Albanian magazine founded by Petro Poga

Drive
Drive may refer to:* Driving, the act of controlling a vehicle* Road, an identifiable thoroughfare, route, way or path between two places* Road trip, a journey on roads* Driveway, a private road for local access to structures

Drive (Alan Jackson album)
Drive is the tenth studio album by American country music artist Alan Jackson. Released in 2002 on Arista Nashville, the album produced Jackson's highest-debuting single on the Hot Country Songs charts in the Number One hit "Where Were You ", a ballad written in response to the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks

Drive (Client song)
"Drive" is a song by English electronic group Client, released as the third single from their third studio album, Heartland. It reached number ninety in Germany

Drive (Robert Palmer album)
Drive is a 2003 album by British musician Robert Palmer, and his last album before his death.Although Drive was released in 2003, all work on the project was completed by November 2002. The release date had to be delayed due to the length of the recording

Drive (Shannon Noll song)
"Drive" is a pop/rock song written by Phil Thornalley and Bryan Adams, and was the second single release by Australian singer-songwriter Shannon Noll. released on 19 April 2004. The single, the second to be lifted from Shannon's 2004 debut album That's What I'm Talking About was Shannon's second top 10 hit, debuting and peaking at #4 on the Australian ARIA Singles Chart

Drive (Star Trek: Voyager)
"Drive" is an episode of Star Trek: Voyager, the third episode of the seventh season.-Plot:Tom Paris and Harry Kim are out taking the new Delta Flyer, rebuilt after the destruction of the first, for a spin through an asteroid field when they are challenged to a drag race by a pilot named Irina in another craft. As they race they detect a gas leak on board her shuttle

Drive-in
A drive-in is a facility such as a bank, restaurant, or movie theater where one can literally drive in with an automobile for service. It is usually distinguished from a drive-through. At a drive-in restaurant, for example, customers park their vehicles and are usually served by staff who walk out to take orders and return with food, encouraging diners to remain parked while they eat

Drive-Thru (film)
Drive-Thru is a 2007 horror film directed by Brendan Cowles and Shane Kuhn, starring Leighton Meester and Nick D'Agosto. It is set in Orange County, California and involves a serial killing clown mascot, Horny the Clown

Driven
Driven is a 2001 film directed by Renny Harlin and starring Sylvester Stallone, who also wrote and produced. It centers on a young racing driver's effort to win the ChampCar World Series

Driven (Cueshe album)
- Track listing and duration :# "BMD" # "Back 2 U" # "Minsan" # "Drift" # "Superstar" # "Ala-Ala" # "Please Naman" # "There Was You" # "One" # "Quicksand" # "Babe" # "Over"

Driven (Rush song)
"Driven" is a song by Canadian rock band Rush taken from their 1996 album Test For Echo. 'Driven" was the third of five singles released from Test For Echo and reached #3 on the US Mainstream Rock chart. When played live, bassist/vocalist Geddy Lee would often insert a short bass solo

Driver (rank)
Driver was a military rank used in the British Army and the armies of other Commonwealth countries. It was equivalent to the rank of Private.

Driverless
Driverless may refer to:*A computer able to configure itself, without explicit driver software, see Plug-'n'-Play.*A train without a human driver, see Automatic train operation.*A vehicle without a human driver, see Driverless car.

Driveway
A driveway is a type of private road for local access to one or a small group of structures, and is owned and maintained by an individual or group.

Driving
Driving is the controlled operation and movement of a land vehicle, such as a car, truck or bus.Although direct operation of a bicycle and a mounted animal are commonly referred to as riding, such operators are legally considered drivers and are required to obey the rules of the road

Driving (disambiguation)
Driving is the process of controlling a vehicle.Driving or Drivin may also refer to:* Driving , is the hitching of an equine to a vehicle by means of a harness for performing work

Driving (horse)
Driving, when applied to horses, ponies, mules, or donkeys, is a broad term for hitching equines to a wagon, carriage, cart, sleigh, or other horse-drawn vehicle by means of a harness and working them in this way

Drizzle
Drizzle is a light rain precipitation consisting of liquid water drops smaller than those of rain, and generally smaller than 0.5 mm in diameter. Drizzle is normally produced by low stratiform clouds and stratocumulus clouds. Precipitation rates due to drizzle are on the order of a millimetre per day or less at the ground

DROG
Drog may refer to:* Drog , a kind of anchor consisting of simply a canvas bag* DROG, a Canadian record label* Didier Drogba, Chelsea FC footballer* Drogs, nickname for supporters and fans of Drogheda United FC

Drogue
A drogue is a device external to the boat, attached to the stern used to slow a boat down in a storm and to keep the hull perpendicular to the waves. The boat will not speed excessively down the slope of a wave and crash into the next one nor will it broach. By slowing the vessel in heavy weather, the drogue can make it easier to control

Droid (album)
Droid is the self-titled debut album from groove metal band Droid. Released on James "Munky" Shaffer's independent record label Emotional Syphon Records it features guest vocals from Deftones frontman Chino Moreno.- Track listing :

Droid (band)
Droid is an American Heavy metal/Death metal band from Long Beach, California. They are currently signed to Korn member James "Munky" Shaffer's record label Emotional Syphon Records. The band was signed to the record label after Shaffer watched them perform live at the world renowned Whiskey-A-Go-Go

Droid (font)
Droid is a font family created by Ascender Corporation for use by the Open Handset Alliance platform Android and licensed under the Apache License. The fonts are intended for use on the small screens of mobile handsets and were designed by Steve Matteson of Ascender Corporation

Droll
A droll is a short comical sketch of a type that originated during the Puritan Interregnum in England. With the closure of the theatres, actors were left without any way of plying their art. Borrowing scenes from well-known plays of the Elizabethan theatre, they added dancing and other entertainments and performed these, sometimes illegally, to make money

Dromedary (band)
Dromedary, also known as the Dromedary Quartet, is an American world music band originally based out of Athens, Georgia but now with members on both coasts. The group formed as a duo consisting of Andrew Reissiger and Rob McMaken playing a variety of instruments from cultures across the globe

Drone
-Nature:The male sex of social Hymenopterans, such as a* Drone * male wasp* male ant-Chemicals:An abbreviation referring to one of two psychoactive drugs:* Mephedrone* 4-Methoxymethcathinone, commonly known as methedrone-Vehicles:

Drools
Drools is a business rule management system with a forward chaining inference based rules engine, more correctly known as a production rule system, using an enhanced implementation of the Rete algorithm.

Droom (band)
Droom were an electronic music duo from Vancouver, Canada that combined elements of futurepop, synthpop, post punk and gothic rock. The band had two club hit singles and enjoyed success on college radio charts

Drop
-General use:*Drop or droplet, a small volume of liquid**Eye drops, saline drops used as medication for the eyes*Drop , a unit of measure of volume*Falling , or allowing an object to fall

Drop (boxing)
An overhand is a semi-circular and vertical punch thrown with the rear hand. It is usually when the opponent bobbing or slipping. The strategic utility of the drop relying on body weight can deliver a great deal of power.

Drop (song)
"Drop" is a single by alternative hip-hop group The Pharcyde, released in 1995 as the first single for the group's second album, Labcabincalifornia. The single contains a vocal sample of the Beastie Boys song "The New Style", using the titular "mmm....

Drop dead
Drop dead can refer to:*Dropdead, a hardcore punk band of Rhode Island*Drop Dead, a 1984 LP by the hardcore punk band Siege*Drop Dead Clothing, a clothing brand owned by Bring Me the Horizon lead singer Oliver Sykes

Drop Dead (Siege album)
Drop Dead is an album originally released in 1984 by Weymouth hardcore band Siege. It is the only album the band ever released. The original "album" was a self-released demo cassette with six songs recorded at Radiobeat studios in Boston and produced by Lou Giordano. There were also three songs recorded for Pushead's Cleanse the Bacteria hardcore compilation

Drop Off
-Summary:The game was originally released in 1989 for the PC Engine under the title Drop Rock Hora Hora, and subsequently saw a stateside release in 1990 for the TurboGrafx-16 console. It was released on the Virtual Console in North America on July 30, 2007 and in Japan on August 28, 2007. It was released on the Virtual Console in Europe on August 3rd, 2007

Drop-dead
Drop-dead is the ninth full-length studio album of the band The Violet Burning. It was released February 14, 2006 on Northern Records.-Track listing:All tracks by Michael J

Drop-leaf table
A drop-leaf table is a table that has a fixed section in the center and a hinged section on either side that can be folded down . If the leaf is supported by a bracket when folded up, the table is simply a drop-leaf table; if the leaf is supported by legs that swing out from the center, it is known as a gate leg table

Dropkick Murphys
Dropkick Murphys are an Irish-American punk rock band formed in Quincy, Massachusetts in 1996. The band was initially signed to independent punk record label Hellcat Records, releasing five albums for the label, and making a name for themselves locally through constant playing and yearly St. Patrick's Day week shows, held in and around Boston

Droplets (programming environment)
Droplets is a programming environment for creating network-based computing applications.Competing technologies include Abstract Window Toolkit, Java Web Start and AJAX.

Droplets (programming environment)
Droplets is a programming environment for creating network-based computing applications.Competing technologies include Abstract Window Toolkit, Java Web Start and AJAX.

Dropout
-In science:*Dropout .*Dropout .*Dropout .*Dropout as a type of sampling bias in scientific studies-Popular culture:*DropOut, hip hop sensation rapper Harry Papas also known as "LAE".

Dropout (electronics)
Dropout within the realm of electronics and electrical engineering, has a number of uses.It is the dropping away of a flake of magnetic material from magnetic tape, leading to loss of signal, or a failure to properly read a binary character from data storage

Dropped
Dropped is the fifth full-length album by industrial/hip hop artists Consolidated, which was released in 1998. The title could be a reaction to having been "dropped" by London Records because of poor album sales, but in some interviews Adam Sherburne explained that the title is a general reference to men having "dropped the ball" -- having failed to live up to their responsibilities

Dropper
A dropper is a program that has been designed to "install" some sort of malware to a target system. The malware code can be contained within the dropper in such a way as to avoid detection by virus scanners or the dropper may download the malware to the target machine once activated .

Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo
The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, also called RodeoHouston, is the world's largest live entertainment and livestock exhibition. It also includes the richest regular-season rodeo event. It has been held at Reliant Stadium in Houston, Texas, since 2003

Houston, Texas
Houston is the fourth-largest city in the United States, and the largest city in the state of Texas. According to the 2010 U.S. Census, the city had a population of 2.1 million people within an area of . Houston is the seat of Harris County and the economic center of , which is the metropolitan area in the U.S

Houttuynia
Houttuynia cordata in Lao; ; English lizard tail and chameleon plant; ), In English, it is known as Lizard tail, chameleon plant, heartleaf, fishwort and Bishop's weed

Hovenia dulcis
Hovenia dulcis, the oriental raisin tree, is a hardy tree that occurs from Japan, over Eastern China and Korea to the Himalayas , growing preferably in a sunny position on moist sandy or loamy soils

Hoverboard
A Hoverboard is a fictional hovering board used for personal transportation in the films Back to the Future Part II and Back to the Future Part III. Hoverboards resemble a skateboard without wheels. Through special effects the filmmakers depicted the boards hovering above the ground

Hovercraft
A hovercraft is a craft capable of traveling over surfaces while supported by a cushion of slow moving, high-pressure air which is ejected against the surface below and contained within a "skirt." Although supported by air, a hovercraft is not considered an aircraft.Hovercraft are used throughout the world as specialized transports

How
How may refer to:* How , an interrogative word in English grammar* How , a greeting in some European representations of Native American speech* How?, one of the Five Ws in journalismIn art and entertainment:

How Europe Underdeveloped Africa
How Europe Underdeveloped Africa is a book written by Walter Rodney in which he portrays the view that Africa was deliberately exploited and underdeveloped by European colonial regimes.

How the Other Half Lives
How the Other Half Lives: Studies Among the Tenements of New York was an early publication of photojournalism by Jacob Riis, documenting squalid living conditions in New York City slums in the 1880s

How to Eat Fried Worms
How to Eat Fried Worms is the title of a children's book written by Thomas Rockwell, first published in 1973. It was later turned into a CBS Storybreak episode in the mid-1980s, and a movie of the same name in 2006

How to Eat Fried Worms (film)
How to Eat Fried Worms is a 2006 American film based on the 1973 children's book of the same name by Thomas Rockwell. It was produced by New Line Cinema with Walden Media. Development began in 1998 and theatrical release for the U.S. and Canada was August 25, 2006. The DVD for the film was released on December 5, 2006

How to Win Friends and Influence People
How to Win Friends and Influence People is one of the first bestselling self-help books ever published. Written by Dale Carnegie and first published in 1936, it has sold 15 million copies world-wide.

Howard Bloom
Howard Bloom is an American author. He was a publicist in the 1970s and 1980s for singers and bands such as Prince, Billy Joel, and Styx. In 1988 he became disabled with chronic fatigue syndrome

Howard Carter (archaeologist)
Howard Carter was an English archaeologist and Egyptologist, noted as a primary discoverer of the tomb of Tutankhamun.-Beginning of career:

Howard Cooke
Sir Howard Felix Hanlan Cooke, ON, GCMG, GCVO, CD, K.St.J was the Governor-General of Jamaica from August 1, 1991 until February 15, 2006 when he became the first governor-general to invest his own successor, Professor Kenneth Octavius Hall

Howard County, Maryland
-2010:Whereas according to the 2010 U.S. Census Bureau:*62.2% White*17.5% Black*0.3% Native American*14.4% Asian*0.0% Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander*3.6% Two or more races*2.0% Other races*5.8% Hispanic or Latino -2000:

Howard Hughes
Howard Robard Hughes, Jr. was an American business magnate, investor, aviator, engineer, film producer, director, and philanthropist. He was one of the wealthiest people in the world

Howard J. Lamade Stadium
Howard J. Lamade Stadium is a baseball stadium in South Williamsport, Pennsylvania. Each year, it hosts the Little League World Series, along with Little League Volunteer Stadium. Lamade Stadium was built in 1959 and holds 40,000 people, most of whom sit on the outfield berms

Howard League for Penal Reform
The Howard League for Penal Reform is a London-based registered charity in the United Kingdom. It is the oldest penal reform organisation in the world, named after John Howard. Founded in 1866 as the Howard Association, a merger with the Penal Reform League in 1921 created the Howard League for Penal Reform

Howard Miller Clock Company
The Howard Miller Company is a Zeeland, Michigan based manufacturer of longcase clocks and other home furnishings.-History:Howard Miller Clock Company was founded in 1926 as the Herman Miller Clock Company division of office furniture manufacturer Herman Miller. It was spun off in 1937 and re-named, under the leadership of Herman Miller's son Howard C. Miller

Howard Morrison
Sir Howard Leslie Morrison, OBE, was a New Zealand entertainer. From 1964 until his death in 2009 he was one of New Zealand's leading television and concert performers.-Early life:

Howard Schultz
Howard Schultz is an American business magnate. He is the best known as the chairman and CEO of Starbucks and a former owner of the Seattle SuperSonics

Howard Unruh
Howard Barton Unruh was an American mass murderer who killed 13 people on September 6, 1949, in Camden, New Jersey, when he was 28 years old. Unruh is considered the first single-episode mass murderer in U.S. history. He died in 2009 after a lengthy illness at the age of 88

Howard Winstone
Howard Winstone, MBE was a Welsh world champion boxer, born in Merthyr Tydfil, Wales. As an amateur, Winstone won the Amateur Boxing Association bantamweight title in 1958, and a Commonwealth Games Gold Medal at the 1958 British Empire and Commonwealth Games in Cardiff-Boxing style:In his early amateur days Winstone was very much a two-fisted

Howard Zinn
Howard Zinn was an American historian, academic, author, playwright, and social activist. Before and during his tenure as a political science professor at Boston University from 1964-88 he wrote more than 20 books, which included his best-selling and influential A People's History of the United States

Howdah pistol
The howdah pistol was a large-calibre handgun, often with two or four barrels, used in India and Africa in the mid-to-late-nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries, during the period of British Colonial rule. It was typically intended for defence against tigers, lions, and other dangerous animals that might be encountered in remote areas

Howdy Doody
Howdy Doody is an American children's television program that was created and produced by E. Roger Muir and telecast on NBC in the United States from 1947 until 1960. It was a pioneer in children's television programming and set the pattern for many similar shows

Howe-Orme
Howe-Orme instruments were manufactured by the Elias Howe Company of Boston, MA. The company was founded by Elias Howe, Jr. . Although the inventor of the sewing machine had the same name, this Elias Howe, Jr. was not associated with that invention

Howie Long
Howard "Howie" Matthew Moses Long is an American former National Football League defensive end and actor. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2000

Howitzer
A howitzer is a type of artillery piece characterized by a relatively short barrel and the use of comparatively small propellant charges to propel projectiles at relatively high trajectories, with a steep angle of descent

Howl
"Howl" is a poem written by Allen Ginsberg in 1955 and published as part of his 1956 collection of poetry titled Howl and Other Poems. The poem is considered to be one of the great works of the Beat Generation, along with Jack Kerouac's On the Road and William S. Burroughs's Naked Lunch

Howler monkey
Howler monkeys are among the largest of the New World monkeys. Fifteen species are currently recognised. Previously classified in the family Cebidae, they are now placed in the family Atelidae. These monkeys are native to South and Central American forests

Howletts Zoo
Howletts Wild Animal Park was set up as a private zoo in 1957 by John Aspinall near Canterbury, Kent. The animal collection was opened to the public in 1975

HowStuffWorks
HowStuffWorks is a commercial edutainment website that was founded by Marshall Brain with the goal of giving its target audience an insight into the way in which many things work. The site uses various media in its effort to explain complex concepts, terminology and mechanisms, including photographs, diagrams, videos and animations, and articles

Howth
Howth is an area in Fingal County near Dublin city in Ireland. Originally just a small fishing village, Howth with its surrounding rural district is now a busy suburb of Dublin, with a mix of dense residential development and wild hillside, all on the peninsula of Howth Head. The only neighbouring district on land is Sutton, primarily on same peninsula

Hoya
Hoya is a genus of 200-300 species of tropical plants in the family Apocynaceae , fomerly considered to be in the Asclepiadaceae

HP 33s
The Hewlett-Packard Co. markets the hp 33s calculator. Main features:* RPN or traditional semi-algebraic , user selectable* Two-line LCD display

HP calculators
HP calculators are various calculators manufactured by the Hewlett-Packard company over the years.- History :In the 1960s, Hewlett-Packard was becoming a diversified electronics company with product lines in electronic test equipment, scientific instrumentation, and medical electronics, and was just beginning its entry into computers

HP-39g series
HP-39g series calculators are the successors of HP-38G.There are five calculators in the 39 series of HP graphing calculators. These calculators have algebraic entry modes, and can perform numeric analysis together with varying degrees of symbolic calculation

HRSG
A heat recovery steam generator or HRSG is an energy recovery heat exchanger that recovers heat from a hot gas stream. It produces steam that can be used in a process or used to drive a steam turbine.-General usage:

HSAB theory
The HSAB concept is an acronym for 'hard and soft acids and bases. Also known as the Pearson acid base concept, HSAB is widely used in chemistry for explaining stability of compounds, reaction mechanisms and pathways.

HSBC
HSBC Holdings plc is a global banking and financial services company headquartered in Canary Wharf, London, United Kingdom. it is the world's second-largest banking and financial services group and second-largest public company according to a composite measure by Forbes magazine

HSBC Bank (Turkey)
HSBC Bank A.Ş., the Turkey subsidiary of the HSBC Group, is a bank with its head office in Istanbul.-History:HSBC Bank A.Ş. was established as Midland Bank A.Ş. in 1990. It was the subsidiary of Midland Bank and was renamed HSBC Bank A.Ş. in 1999. In October 2001, HSBC Bank A.Ş

HSBC Rail
Eversholt Rail Group is one of the three major ROSCOs in the United Kingdom

HSC FastCat Ryde
HSC FastCat Ryde is a high speed catamaran ferry which operates between the Isle of Wight and mainland England. The vessel was originally built in Singapore for service in the Philippines as Water Jet 1

HSC-8
Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron Eight "Eightballers" is a United States Navy helicopter squadron based at Naval Air Station North Island, San Diego, California. HSC-8 is attached to Carrier Air Wing Nine and deploys aboard

HSC-84
Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron 84 "Red Wolves" is a helicopter squadron of the United States Navy Reserve. Along with the "Firehawks" of HSC-85, the “Red Wolves” are one of only two squadrons in the U.S. Navy dedicated to supporting Navy SEAL and SWCC Teams, and Combat Search & Rescue

Hsi Lai Temple
Fo Guang Shan Hsi Lai Temple is a traditional Chinese Buddhist mountain monastery in the United States. It is located on the foothill region of Hacienda Heights, California, USA, a suburb of Los Angeles County

Hsinchu Science Park
Hsinchu Science and Industrial Park is an industrial park established by the government of the Republic of China on December 15, 1980 with investment from the Kuomintang. It straddles Hsinchu City and Hsinchu County on the island of Taiwan.

Hso Khan Pha
His Royal Highness Prince Hso Khan Pha of Yawnghwe, FIASR is a consulting geologist who lives in exile in Canada. He is son of Sao Shwe Thaik, the Saopha of Yawnghwe and Sao-nang Hearn Hkam, the Mahadevi

HSV Grange
The HSV Grange is a luxury performance sedan manufactured by Holden Special Vehicles with the Australian automobile company of Holden a subsidiary of General Motors

Hu Yaobang
Hu Yaobang was a leader of the People's Republic of China who served as both Chairman and Party General Secretary. Hu joined the Chinese Communist Party in the 1930s, and rose to prominence as a comrade of Deng Xiaoping

Huaihai Campaign
Huaihai Campaign or Battle of Hsupeng was a military action during 1948 and 1949 that was the determining battle of the Chinese Civil War. It was one of the few conventional battles of the war. 550,000 troops of the Republic of China were surrounded in Xuzhou and destroyed by the communist People's Liberation Army

Hualalai
Hualālai is a dormant shield volcano on the island of Hawaii in the Hawaiian Islands. It is the third-youngest and the third most active of the five volcanoes that form the island of Hawaii, following Kīlauea and the much larger Mauna Loa, and also the westernmost. Its peak is above sea level.Hualālai is estimated to have risen above sea level about 300,000 years ago

Huastec
The Huastec or Téenek , are an indigenous people of Mexico, historically based in the states of Hidalgo, Veracruz, San Luis Potosí and Tamaulipas concentrated along the route of the Pánuco River and along the coast of the Gulf of Mexico.There are approximately 66,000

Huawei
Huawei is a Chinese multinational networking and telecommunications equipment and services company headquartered in Shenzhen, Guangdong, China

Huawei E220
The Huawei E220 is a Huawei HSDPA access device manufactured by Huawei and notable for using the USB interface .Technically it is a modem, USB and virtual CD-ROM device.

Huawei U121
The Huawei U121, Playset and the Vodafone 716 are 3G mobile camera phones designed and manufactured by Chinese telecommunications equipment supplier Huawei. The phone is most common in its Vodafone UK form, where it is branded as a Vodafone product, and sold as a budget pay as you talk phone

Huayna Capac
Huayna Capac was the eleventh Sapa Inca of the Inca Empire and sixth of the Hanan dynasty. He was the successor to Tupac Inca Yupanqui.-Name:In Quechua, his name is spelled Wayna Qhapaq, and in Southern Quechua, it is Vaina Ghapakh

Hubbard Glacier
Hubbard Glacier is a glacier located in eastern Alaska and part of Canada.The longest source for Hubbard Glacier originates from its snout and is located at about at about , approximately west of Mt. Walsh with an altitude around . A shorter tributary glacier begins at the easternmost summit on the Mt

Hubbard Lake, Michigan
Hubbard Lake is a census-designated place applied by the U.S. Census Bureau to the populated area surrounding the Hubbard Lake body of water in Alcona County in the U.S. state of Michigan. This CDP is defined for statistical purposes and does not have legal status as a municipality

Hubbert peak theory
The Hubbert peak theory posits that for any given geographical area, from an individual oil-producing region to the planet as a whole, the rate of petroleum production tends to follow a bell-shaped curve

Hubble Space Telescope
The Hubble Space Telescope is a space telescope that was carried into orbit by a Space Shuttle in 1990 and remains in operation. A 2.4 meter aperture telescope in low Earth orbit, Hubble's four main instruments observe in the near ultraviolet, visible, and near infrared

Hubble Ultra Deep Field
The Hubble Ultra-Deep Field is an image of a small region of space in the constellation Fornax, composited from Hubble Space Telescope data accumulated over a period from September 24, 2003, through to January 16, 2004

Hubei
' Hupeh) is a province in Central China. The name of the province means "north of the lake", referring to its position north of Lake Dongting

Hubert Coppenrath
Archbishop Hubert Coppenrath is the emeritus Archbishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Papeete.

Hubert Green
Hubert Myatt Green is an American professional golfer who has won numerous professional golf tournaments at both the PGA Tour and Champions Tour level.

Hubert Vo
Hubert Vo is a member of the Texas House of Representatives from District 149. He is the first and only Vietnamese American to be elected to the Texas legislature.-Personal life:

Hubertine Auclert
Hubertine Auclert was a leading French feminist and a campaigner for women's suffrage.Born in the Allier département in the Auvergne area of France into a middle-class family, Hubertine Auclert's father died when she was thirteen years old and her mother sent her to live and study in a Roman Catholic convent

Hubertus Bengsch
Hubertus Bengsch is a German actor, best known for his role as the German First Officer in Das Boot.He also is well known for being the German voice of American actor Richard Gere.-External links: