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Duur (music album)
-Personnel:All information is taken from the CD.Strings:* Faisal Kapadia: lead vocals* Bilal Maqsood: vocals, lead guitarAdditional musicians* Vocals: Mikail Kapadia * Flute: Rahat

A duvet from the French duvet "down"), is a type of bedding — a soft flat bag filled with down, feathers, or a synthetic alternative, and protected with a removable cover, analogous to a pillow and pillow case

Duyung is a Malaysian fantasy comedy film that was released on March 6, 2008. The film is directed by A. Razak Mohaideen and produced by KRU Films in association with Grand Brilliance Sdn Bhd and Line Clear Motion Pictures

DVA may refer to:* Defence Vetting Agency* Department of Veterans' Affairs * United States Department of Veterans Affairs* Dollar Value Averaging* The Driver & Vehicle Agency of Northern Ireland* Direct Voltage Adapter

A DVD is an optical disc storage media format, invented and developed by Philips, Sony, Toshiba, and Panasonic in 1995. DVDs offer higher storage capacity than Compact Discs while having the same dimensions.

Dynamic video memory technology , allows dynamically allocate system memory for use as video memory to ensure the most efficient use of available resources for maximum 2D/3D graphics performance.- How it works :

Dvojka is a Slovak television channel owned and operated by Slovenská televízia.

DWAM-FM, operating as 99.1 Spirit FM, is a music FM station owned by Archdiocese of Lipa and a member of the Catholic Media Network. The station's studio is located at the Basilica of Immaculate Conception and transmitter are located at Brgy. Sto. Domingo, Batangas City, Philippines.-Disc Jockeys:* Joseph* Raynuts* Ricky* Jimmy* Diego* Kris* Marcus* Niteowl DWAM-FM, operating as 99.1 Spirit FM, is a music FM station owned by Archdiocese of Lipa and a member of the Catholic Media Network. The station's studio is located at the Basilica of Immaculate Conception and transmitter are located at Brgy. Sto. Domingo, Batangas City, Philippines.-Disc Jockeys:* Joseph* Raynuts* Ricky* Jimmy* Diego* Kris* Marcus* Niteowl DWAM-FM, operating as 99.1 Spirit FM, is a music FM station owned by Archdiocese of Lipa and a member of the Catholic Media Network. The station's studio is located at the Basilica of Immaculate Conception and transmitter are located at Brgy. Sto. Domingo, Batangas City, Philippines.-Disc Jockeys:* Joseph* Raynuts* Ricky* Jimmy* Diego* Kris* Marcus* Niteowl (Fr

In Germanic mythology, a dwarf is a being that dwells in mountains and in the earth, and is associated with wisdom, smithing, mining, and crafting

DWARF is a widely used, standardized debugging data format. DWARF was originally designed along with Executable and Linkable Format , although it is independent of object file formats

Dwarf Tinamou
The Dwarf Tinamou also known as the Least Tinamou, is a small, partridge-like bird with short tail and wings.- Description :

Dweeb (band)
[dweeb] were an indie band from Coventry in the United Kingdom. Band members are Tim Alford , 'The Badgerman' , Matt Donald and Dave Ashworth

Dweeb can refer to:* a variation of geek or nerd who is an idiot*Dweebs *Dweebs *[dweeb] *Rude Dog & The Dweebs, a 1989 television cartoon series

Dwell means to live in a place, a dwelling. It may also refer to:*In gun accurizing, bullet dwell time, time between cartridge ignition, and the time the bullet leaves the barrel.* Dwell, a leading UK furniture and accessories company

Dweller might refer to* Dweller, a rock band from Aberdeen, Scotland.* Dweller , a 2000 film by independent film icons the Polonia brothers* Dwellers, a fictional species featured in Iain M

Dwelling, as well as being a term for a house, or for living somewhere, or for lingering somewhere, is a philosophical concept which was developed by Martin Heidegger. Dwelling is about making yourself at home where the home itself is a building that is a house

Dwight (given name)
Dwight is a male given name, and may refer to:* Dwight D. Eisenhower, American soldier and politician* Dwight Ferguson, Bahamian sprint athlete* Dwight Freeney, American football player* Dwight Gooden, American baseball player

96.7 K-Lite is a music FM radio station owned and operated by Beta Broadcasting System, Inc in the Philippines. The station's studio and transmitter are located in Olongapo, Zambales.-See also:* 96.7 K-Lite Baguio

Dy or DY may refer to:* DY postcode area, in England* DY, the IATA airline designator for Norwegian Air Shuttle* DY, the IATA airline destinator for Yemen Airlines* DY Patil Stadium, a cricket stadium in India

Dyad may refer to:*Dyad , a pair of sister chromatids occurring in prophase I of meiosis; may also be used to describe protein morphology*Dyad , Greek philosophers' principle of "twoness" or "otherness"

Dyadic may refer to:*Adicity of a mathematical relation or function *Dyadic communication* Dyadic counterpoint, the voice-against-voice conception of polyphony

In Jewish folklore, a dybbuk is a malicious or malevolent possessing spirit believed to be the dislocated soul of a dead person.Dybbuks are said to have escaped from Sheol or to have been turned away for serious transgressions, such as suicide, for which the soul is denied entry

Dybbuk (ballet)
Dybbuk is a ballet made by New York City Ballet balletmaster Jerome Robbins to Leonard Bernstein's eponymous music and taking S. Ansky's play The Dybbuk as a source

Dyer may refer to:*A person who works with dyes as an occupationPlacesIn the United States:* Dyer, Arkansas, a village* Dyer, Indiana, a village* Dyer, Nevada, a village* Dyer, Tennessee, a villagePeople* Dyer -See also:

Dyer (Amtrak station)
Dyer is an Amtrak station in Dyer, Indiana, served by the Cardinal and Hoosier State, and is the penultimate station for both trains.Dyer Station is merely a sheltered platform and a little shelter with just seats, however it is located near an at-grade crossing of two railroad lines; CSX and the Elgin, Joliet & Eastern

Dyer (surname)
Dyer is a surname, with English origins, and may refer to:* Ainsworth Dyer* Alex Dyer , English footballer who played for Blackpool, Charlton Athletic and Oxford United, amongst others

Dyke or dike may refer to:* A levee, a natural or artificial slope or wall to regulate water levels* A ditch, a water filled drainage trench* A regional term for a dry stone wall

Dylan (2007 album)
Dylan is a greatest hits collection by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan. The collection was released on October 2, 2007 by Columbia Records and Legacy Recordings with worldwide distribution through Sony BMG

Dylan (name)
Dylan is a Welsh male given name. It is the traditional approach of spelling the name. It is derived from the elements dy, meaning "great" and llanw, meaning "sea"

Dylanesque (album)
Dylanesque is a 2007 album by Bryan Ferry, Roxy Music´s frontman. It is an album of covers of Bob Dylan songs. As of July 11, 2007, it has sold 11,985 copies in the US and has reached the top 10 on both UK and Swedish album charts.- Track listing :

Dymeclin is a protein that in humans is encoded by the DYM gene.-Further reading:

Dyn or DYN may refer to:* DYN * Dyne, unit of force* DynDNS

DYN (journal)
DYN was an art magazine founded by the Austrian-Mexican Surrealist Wolfgang Paalen, published in Mexico City, and distributed in New York, Paris, and London from 1942 through 1944

Dynamics may refer to:-Physics and engineering:* Dynamics , the time evolution of physical processes** Aerodynamics, the study of gases in motion

Dynamism (metaphysics)
Dynamism is a metaphysical concept conceived by Gottfried Leibniz and developed into a full system of cosmology. Dynamism in metaphysical cosmology explains the material world in terms of active, pointlike forces, with no extension but with action at a distance

Dynamite (film)
Dynamite is a drama film produced and directed by Cecil B. DeMille. It stars Conrad Nagel, Kay Johnson, Charles Bickford and Julia Faye

Dynamite (Jamiroquai album)
Dynamite is the sixth studio album released by British Acid Jazz band Jamiroquai, released in June 2005. Produced by Mike Spencer and Jay Kay, it is perhaps their most diverse work to date, featuring electronic, funk, disco, house and acoustic tracks.

- Engineering :* Dynamo, a magnetic device originally used as an electric generator* Dynamo theory, a theory relating to magnetic fields of celestial bodies* Solar dynamo, the physical process that generates the Sun's magnetic field- Software :

A dynamo , originally another name for an electrical generator, generally means a generator that produces direct current with the use of a commutator

Dynamo (comics)
Dynamo, in comics, may refer to:* Dynamo , a 1940s comic book character* Dynamo, one of the T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents* Captain Dynamo , a comic book superhero* Crimson Dynamo, the name of several Marvel Comics characters

Dynamo (Fox Feature Syndicate)
Dynamo is a fictional superhero that appeared in comic books published by Fox Feature Syndicate. He originally appeared in Science Comics #1 under the name Electro

Dynamo (magician)
Steven Frayne is an English magician who performs under the stage-name of Dynamo.-Biography:Frayne grew up on Bradford's deprived Delph Hill Estate in the north of England. He first learned magic from his grandfather and developed it during trips to New Orleans

Dynamo (play)
Dynamo is a play in three acts written by Eugene O'Neill in 1929, each act is composed of three scenes.-Production history:The play, starring Glenn Anders and Claudette Colbert, opened on Broadway on February 11, 1929 and closed in March, after 50 performances

Dynamo (storage system)
Dynamo is a highly available, proprietary key-value structured storage system or a distributed data store. It has properties of both databases and distributed hash tables

A dynasty is a sequence of rulers considered members of the same family. Historians traditionally consider many sovereign states' history within a framework of successive dynasties, e.g., China, Ancient Egypt and the Persian Empire

Dynasty (association)
Dynasty is an association founded in 1999 by the Finnish bands The Rasmus, Killer and Kwan. Killer has since disbanded and are no longer considered members.-Philosophy:

Dynasty (computer game)
Dynasty is a text-based resource-management game for the Apple II family of computers, written in BASIC in December 1978 by Weyman Fong and distributed by San Francisco-based Apple Core. The game is an expanded version of the earlier Hamurabi.

In physics, the dyne is a unit of force specified in the centimetre-gram-second system of units, a predecessor of the modern SI. One dyne is equal to exactly 10 µN

Dyno (climbing)
A Dyno is a technique, commonly used in rock climbing, to use the arms and legs to gain height and distance in a quick, fast, maneuver. It is used to leap from one set of handholds to a higher set that would otherwise be out of reach.-Technique:

Dysarthria is a motor speech disorder resulting from neurological injury of the motor component of the motor-speech system and is characterized by poor articulation of phonemes

Dyscopia consists of the Latin root "copia" which means abundance or plenty and the Greek prefix "dys" which means "bad", "abnormal", "difficult" or "impaired".

Dysentery is an inflammatory disorder of the intestine, especially of the colon, that results in severe diarrhea containing mucus and/or blood in the faeces with fever and abdominal pain. If left untreated, dysentery can be fatal.There are differences between dysentery and normal bloody diarrhoea

Dysfunction can refer to:* Abnormality * Dysfunctional family* Sexual dysfunction* Dysfunction , an album by the rock band Staind

Dysithamnus is a genus of bird in the Thamnophilidae family. Species in this genus are known as antvireos.It contains the following species:* Spot-breasted Antvireo, Dysithamnus stictothorax* Plain Antvireo, Dysithamnus mentalis

Dyskinesia is a movement disorder which consists of effects including diminished voluntary movements and the presence of involuntary movements, similar to tics or choreia. Dyskinesia can be anything from a slight tremor of the hands to uncontrollable movement of, most commonly, the upper body but can also be seen in the lower extremities

Dyslexia is a very broad term defining a learning disability that impairs a person's fluency or comprehension accuracy in being able to read, and which can manifest itself as a difficulty with phonological awareness, phonological decoding, orthographic coding, auditory short-term memory, or rapid naming.Dyslexia is separate and distinct from reading difficulties resulting from other

Dysmenorrhea is a gynecological medical condition of pain during menstruation that interferes with daily activities, as defined by ACOG and others. Still, dysmenorrhea is often defined simply as menstrual pain, or at least menstrual pain that is excessive

Dyspepsia , also known as upset stomach or indigestion, refers to a condition of impaired digestion. It is a medical condition characterized by chronic or recurrent pain in the upper abdomen, upper abdominal fullness and feeling full earlier than expected when eating

Dysphagia is the medical term for the symptom of difficulty in swallowing. Although classified under "symptoms and signs" in ICD-10, the term is sometimes used as a condition in its own right. Sufferers are sometimes unaware of their dysphagia.

Dysphonia is the medical term for disorders of the voice: an impairment in the ability to produce voice sounds using the vocal organs . Thus, dysphonia is a phonation disorder

Dysphoria is medically recognized as a mental and emotional condition in which a person experiences intense feelings of depression, discontent and indifference to the world around them.Mood disorders can induce dysphoria, often with a heightened risk of suicide, especially in

Dysplasia , is a term used in pathology to refer to an abnormality of development. This generally consists of an expansion of immature cells, with a corresponding decrease in the number and location of mature cells. Dysplasia is often indicative of an early neoplastic process

Dyspnea , shortness of breath , or air hunger, is the subjective symptom of breathlessness.It is a normal symptom of heavy exertion but becomes pathological if it occurs in unexpected situations

A dystopia is the idea of a society in a repressive and controlled state, often under the guise of being utopian, as characterized in books like Brave New World and Nineteen Eighty-Four

I is the ninth letter and a vowel in the basic modern Latin alphabet.-History:In Semitic, the letter may have originated in a hieroglyph for an arm that represented a voiced pharyngeal fricative in Egyptian, but was reassigned to by Semites, because their word for "arm" began with that sound

I Am the Cheese
I Am the Cheese is a novel written by American author Robert Cormier and first published in 1977. It is categorized as young adult literature.- Plot summary :

I Am the Walrus
"I Am the Walrus" is a 1967 song by The Beatles, written by John Lennon and credited to Lennon–McCartney. Lennon claimed he wrote the first two lines on separate acid trips. The song was in the Beatles' 1967 television film and album Magical Mystery Tour, and was the B-side to the #1 hit "Hello, Goodbye".Lennon composed the song by combining three songs he had been working on

I Ching
The I Ching or "Yì Jīng" , also known as the Classic of Changes, Book of Changes and Zhouyi, is one of the oldest of the Chinese classic texts

I class destroyer
The I class was a class of eight destroyers plus a flotilla leader of the British Royal Navy ordered under the 1935 naval programme, laid down in 1936 and completed in 1937 and 1938

I Dream of Jeannie
I Dream of Jeannie is a 1960s American sitcom with a fantasy premise. The show starred Barbara Eden as a 2,000-year-old genie, and Larry Hagman as an astronaut who becomes her master, with whom she falls in love and eventually marries

I Got Rhythm
"I Got Rhythm" is a song composed by George Gershwin with lyrics by Ira Gershwin and published in 1930, which became a jazz standard. Its chord progression, known as the "rhythm changes", is the foundation for many other popular jazz tunes such as Charlie Parker's and Dizzy Gillespie's Bebop standard "Anthropology ".-Composition:The song came from the musical

I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus
"I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus" is an American Christmas song with music and lyrics by Tommie Connor.The original recording by Jimmy Boyd on 15 July 1952 when he was 13 reached #1 on the Billboard charts in December 1952, and on the Cash Box chart at the beginning of the following year

I Say a Little Prayer
"I Say a Little Prayer" is a song written by songwriters Burt Bacharach and Hal David for Dionne Warwick, originally peaking at number four on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 pop singles chart in December 1967.-Background:

I, Robot
I, Robot is a collection of nine science fiction short stories by Isaac Asimov, first published by Gnome Press in 1950 in an edition of 5,000 copies. The stories originally appeared in the American magazines Super Science Stories and Astounding Science Fiction between 1940 and 1950. The stories are woven together as Dr

I-400 class submarine
The Imperial Japanese Navy submarines were the largest submarines of World War II and remained the largest ever built until the construction of nuclear ballistic missile submarines in the 1960s. They were submarine aircraft carriers able to carry three Aichi M6A Seiran aircraft underwater to their destinations

-beams, also known as H-beams, W-beams , rolled steel joist , or double-T are beams with an - or H-shaped cross-section. The horizontal elements of the "" are flanges, while the vertical element is the web

I-flex Solutions
Oracle Financial Services Software Limited is an IT solution provider to the banking industry. Oracle Financial Services is majority owned by Oracle Corporation

I-Kuan Tao
I-Kuan Tao, also Yīguàn Dào, or usually initialized as IKT is a new religious movement that originated in twentieth-century China. It incorporates elements from Confucianism, Taoism, and Chinese Buddhism, and recognizes the validity of non-Chinese religious traditions such as Christianity and Islam as well

Iah is a very early god of the moon in ancient Egyptian religion, and his name, jˁḥ , simply means "moon." Nevertheless, by the New Kingdom he was less prominent as a moon deity than the other gods with lunar connections, Thoth and Khonsu

IAI Phalcon
The IAI EL/M-2075 Phalcon is an Airborne Early Warning and Control radar system developed by Israel Aerospace Industries and Elta Electronics Industries of Israel. Its primary objective is to provide intelligence to maintain air superiority and conduct surveillance

IAI Westwind
|-See also:-References:NotesBibliography* Frawley, Gerald. "IAI Westwind". The International Directory of Civil Aircraft 1997/98. Fyshwick ACT: Aerospace Publications, 1997. ISBN 1-875671-26-9.

Iain Lee
Iain Lee is a British comedian, and a television and radio presenter. His career began when he performed stand-up comedy gigs across venues in London. He subsequently became co-presenter of the comedy current affairs show The 11 O'Clock Show on Channel 4 and RI:SE

Iain Torrance
Iain Richard Torrance is President of Princeton Theological Seminary and a former Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland. He is married to Morag Ann , whom he met while they were students at the University of St Andrews, and they have a son, Hew, and a daughter, Robyn.-Biography:Torrance was born in Aberdeen, Scotland

Ian Callaghan
Ian Robert Callaghan MBE is a former Liverpool footballer who holds the record for most appearances for the club.-Life and playing career:

Ian Cawsey
Ian Arthur Cawsey is a British Labour Party politician who was the Member of Parliament for Brigg and Goole from 1997 until his defeat at the 2010 general election.-Early life:

Ian Fleming
Ian Lancaster Fleming was a British author, journalist and Naval Intelligence Officer.Fleming is best known for creating the fictional British spy James Bond and for a series of twelve novels and nine short stories about the character, one of the biggest-selling series of fictional books of all-time, having sold over 100 million copies worldwide

Ian Roberts (rugby league footballer)
Ian Roberts is an Australian actor and former professional rugby league footballer of the 1980s and 1990s. A New South Wales State of Origin and Australian international representative forward, he played club football with the South Sydney Rabbitohs, Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles, and North Queensland Cowboys

Iannis Xenakis
Iannis Xenakis was a Romanian-born Greek ethnic, naturalized French composer, music theorist, and architect-engineer. He is commonly recognized as one of the most important post-war avant-garde composers

Iapetus (moon)
Iapetus ), occasionally Japetus , is the third-largest moon of Saturn, and eleventh in the Solar System. It was discovered by Giovanni Domenico Cassini in 1671

IATA airport code
An IATA airport code, also known an IATA location identifier, IATA station code or simply a location identifier, is a three-letter code designating many airports around the world, defined by the International Air Transport Association

Ibandronic acid
Ibandronic acid or ibandronate sodium , marketed under the trade names Boniva, Bondronat and Bonviva, is a potent bisphosphonate drug used in the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis.

Ibanez JS Series
The Ibanez JS Series is a signature series of guitars endorsed by Joe Satriani and manufactured by Ibanez guitars. It is essentially the discontinued Radius Ibanez series, with Joe's select pickups installed. The JS100 is a lower end model in comparison to the JS1000 and the JS1200. The JS1000 and JS1200 feature necks that are digitally reproduced from one of Joe Satriani's guitars

Ibaraki Prefecture
is a prefecture of Japan, located in the Kantō region on the main island of Honshu. The capital is Mito.-History:Ibaraki Prefecture was previously known as Hitachi Province

Iberia Airlines
Iberia Líneas Aéreas de España, S.A., commonly known as Iberia, is the flag carrier airline of Spain. Based in Madrid, it operates an international network of services from its main bases of Madrid-Barajas Airport and Barcelona El Prat Airport.

Iberian Lynx
The Iberian lynx, Lynx pardinus, is a critically endangered species native to the Iberian Peninsula in Southern Europe. It is one of the most endangered cat species in the world. According to the conservation group SOS Lynx, if this species died out, it would be one of the few feline extinctions since the Smilodon 10,000 years ago

Iberian Peninsula
The Iberian Peninsula , sometimes called Iberia, is located in the extreme southwest of Europe and includes the modern-day sovereign states of Spain, Portugal and Andorra, as well as the British Overseas Territory of Gibraltar

Iberian Wolf
The Iberian wolf is a subspecies of grey wolf that inhabits the forest and plains of northern Portugal and northwestern Spain.-Features and adaptations:

Ibibio people
The Ibibio are a people of southeastern Nigeria. They are related to the Anaang and the Efik peoples. During colonial period in Nigeria, the Ibibio Union asked for recognition by the British as a sovereign nation . The Annang, Efik, Ekid, Oron and Ibeno share personal names, culture, and traditions with the Ibibio, and speak closely related varieties of Ibibio-Efik

The ibises are a group of long-legged wading birds in the family Threskiornithidae.

IBM 1403
The IBM 1403 line printer was introduced as part of the IBM 1401 computer in 1959 and had an especially long life in the IBM product line. The original model could print 600 lines of text per minute and could skip blank lines at up to 75 inches/second. The standard model had 120 print positions. An additional 12 positions were available as an option

IBM 1442
IBM 1442 was a combination IBM card reader and card punch. It read and punched 80-column IBM-format punched cards and was used on the IBM 1440, the IBM 1130, the IBM 1800 and System/360 and was an option on the IBM System/3. The 1442 could read up to 400 cards per minute. Cards were read and punched one column at a time and binary cards were permitted

IBM 5250
IBM 5250 was originally a family of terminal devices sold with the IBM System/34 minicomputer systems. One model was the IBM 5251-11. It also connected to the later System/36, System/38 and AS/400 systems.- Historical origins :

IBM 701
The IBM 701, known as the Defense Calculator while in development, was announced to the public on April 29, 1952, and was IBM’s first commercial scientific computer

IBM 7030
The IBM 7030, also known as Stretch, was IBM's first transistorized supercomputer. The first one was delivered to Los Alamos National Laboratory in 1961.

IBM Lotus Connections
IBM Connections is a proprietary Web 2.0 social software application developed by the Lotus Software division of IBM. The goal of Lotus Connections is to empower companies to be more innovative and help them execute more quickly by using dynamic networks of co-workers, partners and customers

IBM Personal System/2
The Personal System/2 or PS/2 was IBM's third generation of personal computers. The PS/2 line, released to the public in 1987, was created by IBM in an attempt to recapture control of the PC market by introducing an advanced proprietary architecture

IBM Rational Software Modeler
IBM Rational Software Modeler was withdrawn from marketing on August 17, 2010. IBM Rational Software Modeler, made by IBM's Rational Software division, is a Unified Modeling Language 2.0-based visual modeling and design tool

IBM Selectric typewriter
The IBM Selectric typewriter was a highly successful model line of electric typewriters introduced by IBM on July 31, 1961.Instead of the "basket" of individual typebars that swung up to strike the ribbon and page in a traditional typewriter, the Selectric had a type element that rotated and pivoted to the correct position before striking

IBM Simon
The IBM Simon Personal Communicator was an advanced cellular telephone, created by a joint venture between IBM and BellSouth. Simon was first shown as a product concept in 1992 at COMDEX, the computer and technology trade show held in Las Vegas, Nevada. Launched in 1993 it combined the features of a mobile phone, a pager, a PDA, and a fax machine

IBM System i
The IBM System i is IBM's previous generation of midrange computer systems for IBM i users, and was subsequently replaced by the IBM Power Systems in April 2008.

IBM System z10
IBM System z10 is a line of IBM mainframes. The z10 Enterprise Class was announced on February 26, 2008. On October 21, 2008, IBM announced the z10 Business Class , a scaled down version of the z10 EC

Ibn Battuta
Abu Abdullah Muhammad Ibn Battuta , or simply Ibn Battuta, also known as Shams ad–Din , was a Muslim Moroccan Berber explorer, known for his extensive travels published in the Rihla

Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani
Al-Haafidh Shihabuddin Abu'l-Fadl Ahmad ibn Ali ibn Muhammad, better known as Ibn Hajar due to the fame of his forefathers, al-Asqalani due to his family origin , was a medieval Shafiite Sunni scholar of Islam who represents the entire realm of the Sunni world in the field of Hadith

Ibn Khaldun
Ibn Khaldūn or Ibn Khaldoun was an Arab Tunisian historiographer and historian who is often viewed as one of the forerunners of modern historiography, sociology and economics

Ibn Miskawayh
Abu 'Ali Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn Ya'qub Ibn Miskawayh, also known as Ibn Miskawayh or Ebn Meskavayh was a Persian chancery official of the Buwayhid era, and philosopher and historian from Rey, Iran

Ibn-e-Insha was a Pakistani Leftist Urdu poet, humorist, travelogue writer and columnist. Along with his poetry, he was regarded one of the best humorists of Urdu

Ibn-e-Safi was the pen name of Asrar Ahmad , a best-selling and prolific fiction writer, novelist and poet of Urdu. The word Ibn-e-Safi is an Arabian expression which literally means Son of Safi, where the word Safi means chaste or righteous

Tabernanthe iboga or Iboga is a perennial rainforest shrub and hallucinogen, native to western Central Africa. Iboga stimulates the central nervous system when taken in small doses and induces visions in larger doses. In parts of Africa where the plant grows the bark of the root is chewed for various pharmacological or ritualistic purposes

Ibrahim Idris
Ibrahim Idris Adejo is a Nigerian businessman who was elected Governor of Kogi State in Nigeria in April 2003 and reelected in April 2007. He is a member of the ruling People's Democratic Party .-Background:

Ibrahim Niass
Ibrāhīm Niass —also written Ibrahima Niasse in French, Ibrayima Ñas in Wolof, Shaykh al-'Islām al-Ḥājj Ibrāhīm ibn al-Ḥājj ʿAbd Allāh at-Tijānī al-Kawlakhī in Arabic, شيخ الإسلام الحاج إبراهيم إبن الحاج عبد الله التجاني الكولخي in  Arabic alphabet — was a major leader of the Tijānī Sufi order of Islam in West Africa.  His followers in the Senegambia

Ibrahim Pasha of Egypt
Ibrahim Pasha was the eldest son of Muhammad Ali, the Wāli and unrecognised Khedive of Egypt and Sudan. He served as a general in the Egyptian army that his father established during his reign, taking his first command of Egyptian forces was when he was merely a teenager

Ibrahim Tatlises

Ibrahim Yattara
Ibrahima Yattara , is a Guinean footballer playing for Al-Shabab. On 29 October 2010, he became a Turkish citizen as İbrahim Üçüncü.-Career:

Ibuprofen is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug used for relief of symptoms of arthritis, fever, as an analgesic , especially where there is an inflammatory component, and dysmenorrhea.

IC Corporation
IC Bus is a bus manufacturer in the United States. The company was established in 2002 as a re-branding of American Transportation Corporation . IC Bus traces its roots back to Ward Body Works, which was established in 1933

The IC3 is a Danish-built high-comfort medium/long distance diesel multiple-unit train. The sets were built by ABB Scandia . This train model has been operating in Denmark and Sweden since 1989

Ice is water frozen into the solid state. Usually ice is the phase known as ice Ih, which is the most abundant of the varying solid phases on the Earth's surface. It can appear transparent or opaque bluish-white color, depending on the presence of impurities or air inclusions

Ice age
An ice age or, more precisely, glacial age, is a generic geological period of long-term reduction in the temperature of the Earth's surface and atmosphere, resulting in the presence or expansion of continental ice sheets, polar ice sheets and alpine glaciers

Ice cap
An ice cap is an ice mass that covers less than 50 000 km² of land area . Masses of ice covering more than 50 000 km² are termed an ice sheet.

Ice cream
Ice cream is a frozen dessert usually made from dairy products, such as milk and cream, and often combined with fruits or other ingredients and flavours. Most varieties contain sugar, although some are made with other sweeteners

Ice hockey
Ice hockey, often referred to as hockey, is a team sport played on ice, in which skaters use wooden or composite sticks to shoot a hard rubber puck into their opponent's net. The game is played between two teams of six players each. Five members of each team skate up and down the ice trying to take the puck and score a goal against the opposing team

Ice hockey at the 1920 Summer Olympics
Ice hockey was introduced to the Olympic Games at the 1920 Summer Olympics in Antwerp. The matches were played between April 23 and April 29, 1920. All matches took place in the Palais de Glace d'Anvers . The rink measured 56 to 18 meters . All games were played with seven players on each side, with the rover position being used

Ice hotel
An ice hotel is a temporary hotel made up of snow, sculpted blocks of ice, and some steel framing. They are promoted by their sponsors and have special features for travelers who are interested in novelties and unusual environments, and thus are in the class of destination hotels

Ice March
The Ice March , also called the First Kuban Campaign , a military withdrawal lasting from February to May 1918, was one of the defining moments in the Russian Civil War of 1917 to 1921