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Edom (disambiguation)
Edom may refer to:*Edom, name given to Esau and the nation descending from him in the Hebrew Bible*Edom, Texas, city in northeast Texas*Clifton C. Edom, American photojournalism educator

Édouard Ferlet
-Early years:Ferlet began playing piano at the age of 7 and studied classical music at l’École Normale de Musique de Paris, and later on at the Conservatoire regional. In the late eighties, he moved to Boston, US, and studied piano under renowned teachers: Herb Pomeroy, Hal Crook, Ed Tomassi, Ray Santisi, Ed Bedner

EDP
EDP may refer to:*Edinburgh Park railway station, station code*Eastern Daily Press, a UK regional newspaper*Electronic data processing, the use of automated methods to process commercial data

EDTA (disambiguation)
EDTA may refer to:* Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid, a chemical compound* Electric Drive Transportation Association* Epstein-Dumas Test of Adultness, an assessment of one's ability to perform in an "adult" capacity in various facets of life.

Educar
Educar can refer to many things.* educar is a Spanish verb, to educate* educ.ar, the national educational portal in Argentina* Projecto educar of Associacao Chitotolo

Education (Chittenden Memorial Window)
Education is a stained-glass window commissioned from Louis Comfort Tiffany's Tiffany Glass Company during the building of Yale University's Chittenden Hall , funded by Simeon Baldwin Chittenden. Personifications of Art, Science, Religion, and Music are represented in the work, as angels

EDUN
EDUN was launched in Spring 2005 by Ali Hewson and her husband, U2 singer Bono as a for-profit fashion brand with a mission to encourage trade with Africa and raise awareness of the possibilities there.

Edutainment
Edutainment is a form of entertainment designed to educate as well as to amuse.-Overview:

Edvard
Edvard is a form of Edward and may refer to:* Edvard Grieg, Norwegian composer;* Edvard Munch, Norwegian painter;* Edvard Hoem, Norwegian writer;* Edvard Ibsen, Norwegian writer;

Edwards
-Places:*Edwards County *Edwards Islet of Ducie Island-Australia:*Edwards Beach, New South Wales*Edwards Islet, Tasmania-United States:*Edwards, Arkansas*Edwards, California*Edwards, Colorado*Edwards, Illinois*Edwards, Kentucky

Edwin
The name Edwin means "rich friend". It comes from the Old English elements "ead" and "wine" . The original Anglo-Saxon form is Eadwine, which is also found for Anglo-Saxon figures.Edwin may refer to:People

Edwin (ship)
The Edwin was a ship that was wrecked near Cape Hawke, New South Wales, Australia in late June 1816.Edwin was a schooner of 15 tons and owned by John Palmer in Sydney. It was under the command of Captain R Matthews when it sailed from Sydney for the Hawkesbury on 10 June 1816

Edwina (given name)
The name Edwina is the female version of the male name Edwin, which derives from Old English and means "rich friend." Edwin was a popular name until the time of the Norman Conquest, and then wasn't often used again until Victorian times.-People:

EE
EE may refer to:Linguistics* "ee" is an English digraph that corresponds to a sound of Places* Ee, Dongeradeel, a town in Friesland, NetherlandsIn business* Aero Airlines * Estonia

EE
EE may refer to:Linguistics* "ee" is an English digraph that corresponds to a sound of Places* Ee, Dongeradeel, a town in Friesland, NetherlandsIn business* Aero Airlines * Estonia

Ee (band)
Ee is a San Francisco-based indie rock band that formed in 1999 by former Korea Girl member Tobin Mori. Current members are Tobin Mori on guitar and vocals, Che Chou on bass guitar, Peter Nguyen on drums, and longtime Seam member Sooyoung Park on lead guitar and keyboard

EEC
EEC is an abbreviation that usually refers to the European Economic Community, the forerunner to the European Union.It may also refer to;* The East Erie Commercial Railroad, a shortline in Pennsylvania

EED
Polycomb protein EED is a protein that in humans is encoded by the EED gene.- Function :Polycomb protein EED is a member of the Polycomb-group family. PcG family members form multimeric protein complexes, which are involved in maintaining the transcriptional repressive state of genes over successive cell generations

EEG
EEG commonly refers to electroencephalography, a measurement of the electrical activity of the brain.EEG may also refer to:* Emperor Entertainment Group, a Hong Kong-based entertainment company

Eelpout
The eelpouts are the ray-finned fish family Zoarcidae. As the common name suggests, they are somewhat eel-like in appearance, with elongate bodies, and the dorsal and anal fins continuous with the caudal fin. All of the approximately 220 species are marine, mostly bottom-dwelling, some at great depths

EEN
EEN may refer to:* Eastern Educational Television Network, the original name for American Public Television.* Elemental Energy, a Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game booster pack.* Emerald Energy, an oil company

Een
Een is a village in the Netherlands. It is part of the Noordenveld municipality in Drenthe. Een has an altitude of 6 meters .

Eerie
Eerie was an American magazine of horror comics introduced in 1966 by Warren Publishing. Like Mad, it was a black-and-white newsstand publication in a magazine format and thus did not require the approval or seal of the Comics Code Authority. Each issue's stories were introduced by the host character, Cousin Eerie

Eero
Eero, a Finnish name *Eero Aarnio , Finnish interior designer*Eero Berg , Finnish athlete*Eero Böök , Finnish chess player and engineer*Eero Haapalainen Eero, a Finnish name *Eero Aarnio (born 1932), Finnish interior designer*Eero Berg (1898-1969), Finnish athlete*Eero Böök (1910–1990), Finnish chess player and engineer*Eero Haapalainen Eero, a Finnish name *Eero Aarnio (born 1932), Finnish interior designer*Eero Berg (1898-1969), Finnish athlete*Eero Böök (1910–1990), Finnish chess player and engineer*Eero Haapalainen (c

Ees
Ees is a town in the Dutch province of Drenthe. It is a part of the municipality of Borger-Odoorn, and lies about 17 km north of Emmen.The statistical area "Ees", which also can include the surrounding countryside, has a population of around 380.

Ees (place name)
Ees is an archaic English term for a piece of land liable to flood, or water meadow. It is derived from the Anglo-Saxon ¯eg meaning "'island', also used of a piece of firm land in a fen and of land situated on a stream or between streams"

Ef (band)
Ef is a post-rock band from Gothenburg, Sweden. Using little vocals, they feature a wide variety of instruments. Their debut album Give me beauty... Or give me death! was released in May 2006

Efax
efax or e-fax may refer to:*eFax , a commercial Internet fax service.*Electronic fax, a term used to mean the transferring of fax information to and from email.*efax , a computer based fax program for Unix-like computer systems.

Efax (software)
efax is an integrated fax program for Unix-like computer systems, produced by Casas Communications Engineering since 1993. The software allows users to send and receive faxes using a computer, fax modem, and telephone line. It is command-line-based, but there are several graphical user interfaces available.efax is open-source and free software, licenced under the GPL

EFF
EFF may refer to:* The Effective Federal funds rate* Electronic Frontier Foundation, a U.S. non-profit advocacy group* Elf Fantasy Fair, a fantasy event in the Netherlands* Economic Freedom Fund, a U.S. political organization* Equipped for the Future, a U.S

Effect
Effect may refer to:* A result or change of something** List of effects** Cause and effect, an idiom describing causalityIn pharmacy and pharmacology:* Drug effect, a change resulting from the administration of a drug

Effectiveness
Effectiveness is the capability of producing a desired result. When something is deemed effective, it means it has an intended or expected outcome, or produces a deep, vivid impression.-Etymology:

Efferent
Efferent is an anatomical term with the following meanings:*Conveying away from a center, for example the efferent arterioles conveying blood away from the Bowman's capsule in the kidney. Opposite to afferent.

Effervescence
Effervescence might refer to one of the following:*Effervescence is the escape of gas from an aqueous solution.*Collective effervescence is a perceived energy formed by a gathering of people.

Effervescence (chemistry)
Effervescence is the escape of gas from an aqueous solution and the foaming or fizzing that results from a release of the gas. The word effervescence is derived from the Latin verb fervere preceded by the adverb ex, which means to boil

Effervescing (horse)
Effervescing is an American thoroughbred stallion racehorse. Bred by Ogden Phipps, he was a son of the French sire Le Fabuleux whose other significant progeny included American multiple Grade I winner, The Bart and Dauphin Fabuleux, the 1984 Canadian Horse of the Year. He was out of the American mare, Sparkling whose U.S

Efficacy
Efficacy is the capacity to produce an effect. It has different specific meanings in different fields. In medicine, it is the ability of an intervention or drug to reproduce a desired effect in expert hands and under ideal circumstances.- Healthcare :

Efficiency
Efficiency in general describes the extent to which time or effort is well used for the intended task or purpose. It is often used with the specific purpose of relaying the capability of a specific application of effort to produce a specific outcome effectively with a minimum amount or quantity of waste, expense, or unnecessary effort

Efficient
Efficient may refer to:* Efficiency, the extent to which time or effort is well used for the intended task or purpose* Efficient , a Thoroughbred racehorse

Efficient (horse)
Efficient is a grey Thoroughbred racehorse gelding, bred in New Zealand, who won the 2007 Melbourne Cup, ridden by Michael Rodd, and the 2006 Victoria Derby.

Effie (disambiguation)
Effie is often a female name. It commonly refers to Effie, a popular comedic character played by Australian actress Mary Coustas.Effie may also refer to:* Effie, Minnesota, United States* Effie , Minnesota, United States

Effigy (disambiguation)
An effigy is a representation of a person.Effigy may also refer to:* Effigy , a DC Comics supervillain* Effigy , an undead creature in Dungeons & Dragons

Effigy (Marvel Comics)
Effigy is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe. He first appeared in Marvel: The Lost Generation #12, and was created by Roger Stern and John Byrne.-Fictional character biography:

Efflorescence
In chemistry, efflorescence is the loss of water of crystallization from a hydrated or solvated salt to the atmosphere on exposure to air.-Examples:

Effluent
Effluent is an outflowing of water or gas from a natural body of water, or from a human-made structure.Effluent is defined by the United States Environmental Protection Agency as “wastewater - treated or untreated - that flows out of a treatment plant, sewer, or industrial outfall. Generally refers to wastes discharged into surface waters”

Effortfulness
In psychology effortfulness is the subjective experience of exertion in connection with an activity, but especially the mental aspects of an activity. In many applications, effortfulness is simply reported by a patient, client, or experimental subject. There has been some work establishing an association among reported effortfulness and objective measures, such as in brain imaging

Effusion
In physics, effusion is the process in which individual molecules flow through a hole without collisions between molecules. This occurs if the diameter of the hole is considerably smaller than the mean free path of the molecules

Effusion (disambiguation)
Effusion can refer to:* Effusion—process of gases passing through a small hole*—abnormal collection of fluid in a body cavity or space, see pleural effusion, pericardial effusion

EFT
-Science:* Eft, the terrestrial juvenile phase of a newt* Effective field theory, an approximate theory to describe physical phenomena* Ewing family of tumors, a group of cancers-Technology:* Electrical Fast Transient, see Transient

EFTS
EFTS is an acronym for Effective Full Time Student or Equivalent Full-Time Study. It is a definition used to measure student numbers at New Zealand educational institutions. One EFTS will be made up of more than one part time students EFTS is an acronym for Effective Full Time Student or Equivalent Full-Time Study. It is a definition used to measure student numbers at New Zealand educational institutions. One EFTS will be made up of more than one part time students EFTS is an acronym for Effective Full Time Student or Equivalent Full-Time Study. It is a definition used to measure student numbers at New Zealand educational institutions. One EFTS will be made up of more than one part time students (e.g

Efts
Efts or EFTS can refer to:*Efts, a type of salamander*Electronic Fingerprint Transmission Specification * EFTS may mean Electronic funds transfer Systems - systems used in banking industry to transfer money]]

EG (magazine)
EG is a magazine that publishes endgame studies and discusses various aspects of the endgame in chess. The letters "EG" stand for "End Game."

Egalitarianism
Egalitarianism is a trend of thought that favors equality of some sort among moral agents, whether persons or animals. Emphasis is placed upon the fact that equality contains the idea of equity of quality

Ege
-Surname:* Ece Ege, Turkish-French fashion designer* George Ege, , United States Representative* İbrahim Ege, Turkish footballer* Jacob Ege, , who built the Old Stone House, currently home to the Edgar Allan Poe Museum * Julie Ege, , Norwegian-born actress and model-Place name:* Ége, the Hungarian name for Ighiu village, Ulieş

Egg
-Biology/food:*Egg , an organic vessel in which an embryo first begins to develop*Ovum, a female egg cell*Egg , the egg of a fowl or fish consumed as food-Places:*Egg Island *Egg, Switzerland, a Swiss municipality

Egg (2007 film)
Egg is an award-winning 2007 Turkish-Greek drama film directed by Semih Kaplanoğlu. The film is the first instalment of the Yusuf Trilogy, named after the eponymous lead character of the series, which includes Milk and Honey, filmed and released in reverse chronological order

Egg (car)
Egg or Egg & Egli was a Swiss car make in business from 1896 to 1919. It was one of the more long-lived early Swiss car makes. It appeared at numerous auto shows and competed in France's annual smash-up derby.- History :

Egg hunt
Egg hunt is a game during which decorated eggs, real hard-boiled ones or artificial, filled with or made of chocolate candies, of various sizes, are hidden in various places for children to find. The game may be both indoors and outdoors

Egg hunt (disambiguation)
Egg hunt is a game of collecting hidden eggs. The term may also refer to:*Egg Hunt, an emotional hardcore side-project of Ian MacKaye*Egg Hunt, an episode of Dora the Explorer TV series

Egge (disambiguation)
- Places in Germany :* elongated hill crests or ridges in the Low German dialect i.e. in North Germany, such as those that give their name to the Eggegebirge* Egge , a secondary ridge of the Wiehen Hills that gives its name to the Eggetal valley

Egger
Egger is an indie rock band from Toronto, Ontario, Canada featuring the singing/songwriting of Dave Ullrich, formerly of The Inbreds.The band released an album in 2005 called Force Majeure on Zunior Records.-Members:

Egger
Egger is a German and Austrian surname. It may refer to the following people:* Albin Egger-Lienz, an Austrian painter* Émile Egger, a French philologist* Hubert Egger, a West German cross country skier* Jolanda Egger, a Swiss model and actress

Infinite impulse response
Infinite impulse response is a property of signal processing systems. Systems with this property are known as IIR systems or, when dealing with filter systems, as IIR filters. IIR systems have an impulse response function that is non-zero over an infinite length of time

Infinitesimal
Infinitesimals have been used to express the idea of objects so small that there is no way to see them or to measure them. The word infinitesimal comes from a 17th century Modern Latin coinage infinitesimus, which originally referred to the "infinite-th" item in a series.In common speech, an infinitesimal object is an object which is smaller than any feasible measurement, but not

Infiniti
is the luxury division of automaker Nissan. Infiniti officially started selling vehicles on November 8, 1989 in North America. Marketing operations have since grown to include the Middle East, South Korea, Russia, Taiwan, China, Ukraine and the United Kingdom. Infiniti began sales in additional European markets in late 2008

Infiniti Q45
The Infiniti Q45 was a full-size luxury car sold by Nissan's Infiniti marque from 1990 until 2006. It is a rear wheel drive, four-door sedan powered by a V8 engine. Early generations were based on the automaker's Japanese-market flagship sedan, the Nissan President, while models produced after 1997 were based on the slightly smaller Nissan Cima

Infinitive
In grammar, infinitive is the name for certain verb forms that exist in many languages. In the usual description of English, the infinitive of a verb is its basic form with or without the particle to: therefore, do and to do, be and to be, and so on are infinitives

Infinity Ward
Infinity Ward is an American video game developer. Infinity Ward is responsible for the development of the video game Call of Duty and four other installments in the Call of Duty franchise.

Infix
An infix is an affix inserted inside a word stem . It contrasts with adfix, a rare term for an affix attached to the end of a stem, such as a prefix or suffix.-Indonesian:

Inflatable boat
An inflatable boat is a lightweight boat constructed with its sides and bow made of flexible tubes containing pressurised gas. For smaller boats, the floor and hull beneath it is often flexible. On boats longer than , the floor often consists of three to five rigid plywood or aluminium sheets fixed between the tubes but not joined rigidly together

Inflation
In economics, inflation is a rise in the general level of prices of goods and services in an economy over a period of time.When the general price level rises, each unit of currency buys fewer goods and services. Consequently, inflation also reflects an erosion in the purchasing power of money – a loss of real value in the internal medium of exchange and unit of account in the economy

Infliximab
Infliximab is a monoclonal antibody against tumour necrosis factor alpha . It is used to treat autoimmune diseases. Remicade is marketed by Janssen Biotech, Inc

Inflorescence
An inflorescence is a group or cluster of flowers arranged on a stem that is composed of a main branch or a complicated arrangement of branches. Strictly, it is the part of the shoot of seed plants where flowers are formed and which is accordingly modified

Influence diagram
An influence diagram is a compact graphical and mathematical representation of a decision situation

Informatica
Informatica Corporation is a NASDAQ listed company with ticker INFA. Founded in 1993, its headquarters is in Redwood City, California. Founded by Diaz Nesamoney and Gaurav Dhillon

Information Age
The Information Age, also commonly known as the Computer Age or Digital Age, is an idea that the current age will be characterized by the ability of individuals to transfer information freely, and to have instant access to knowledge that would have been difficult or impossible to find previously

Information economy
Information economy is a term that characterizes an economy with an increased emphasis on informational activities and information industry.The vagueness of the term has three major sources

Information entropy
In information theory, entropy is a measure of the uncertainty associated with a random variable. In this context, the term usually refers to the Shannon entropy, which quantifies the expected value of the information contained in a message, usually in units such as bits

Information technology
Information technology is the acquisition, processing, storage and dissemination of vocal, pictorial, textual and numerical information by a microelectronics-based combination of computing and telecommunications

Information Technology Lokam
Information Technology Lokam is a computer magazine in Malayalam. This monthly officially started in January 2003 by Infofriend Publications, Kozhikode.In September 2005, IT Lokam started its CD edition, like its competition, Info Kairali

Information theory
Information theory is a branch of applied mathematics and electrical engineering involving the quantification of information. Information theory was developed by Claude E. Shannon to find fundamental limits on signal processing operations such as compressing data and on reliably storing and communicating data

Infrared photography
In infrared photography, the film or image sensor used is sensitive to infrared light. The part of the spectrum used is referred to as near-infrared to distinguish it from far-infrared, which is the domain of thermal imaging. Wavelengths used for photography range from about 700 nm to about 900 nm

Infrared spectroscopy
Infrared spectroscopy is the spectroscopy that deals with the infrared region of the electromagnetic spectrum, that is light with a longer wavelength and lower frequency than visible light. It covers a range of techniques, mostly based on absorption spectroscopy. As with all spectroscopic techniques, it can be used to identify and study chemicals

ING Group
The ING Group is a global financial institution offering retail banking, direct banking, commercial banking, investment banking, asset management, and insurance services. ING is the Dutch member of the Inter-Alpha Group of Banks, a cooperative consortium of 11 prominent European banks

Ingalls Shipbuilding
Ingalls Shipbuilding is a shipyard located in Pascagoula, Mississippi, USA, originally established in 1938, and is now part of Huntington Ingalls Industries

Ingersoll Rand
Ingersoll-Rand plc is a $13 billion global diversified industrial company founded in 1871. The Ingersoll Rand name came into use in 1905 through the combination of Ingersoll-Sergeant Drill Company and Rand Drill Company

Ingo Steuer
Ingo Steuer is a German pair skater and skating coach.With partner Mandy Wötzel, he was the 1998 Olympic bronze medalist the 1997 World champion, the 1995 European champion, and a four-time German national champion

Ingrid Bergman
Ingrid Bergman was a Swedish actress who starred in a variety of European and American films. She won three Academy Awards, two Emmy Awards, and the Tony Award for Best Actress. She is ranked as the fourth greatest female star of American cinema of all time by the American Film Institute

Ingrid Jonker
Ingrid Jonker , was a South African poet. Although she wrote in Afrikaans, her poems have been widely translated into other languages

Ingrown nail
Onychocryptosis , also known as an ingrown toenail, or unguis incarnatus is a common form of nail disease. It is an often painful condition in which the nail grows so that it cuts into one or both sides of the paronychium or nail bed

Ingush people
The Ingush are a native ethnic group of the North Caucasus, mostly inhabiting the Russian republic of Ingushetia. They refer to themselves as Ghalghai . The Ingush are predominantly Sunni Muslims and speak the Ingush language

Ingvar Kamprad
Ingvar Feodor Kamprad is a Swedish and the founder of IKEA, a retail company.According to Forbes magazine, as of 2011 he is the 162nd wealthiest person in the world with an estimated net worth of around US$6 billion in 2011

Inhalant
Inhalants are a broad range of drugs whose volatile vapors are taken in via the nose and trachea. They are taken by volatilization, and do not include drugs that are inhaled after burning or heating

Inheritance
Inheritance is the practice of passing on property, titles, debts, rights and obligations upon the death of an individual. It has long played an important role in human societies

Inheritance of acquired characters
The inheritance of acquired characteristics is a hypothesis that physiological changes acquired over the life of an organism may be transmitted to offspring

Inheritance Tax (United Kingdom)
In the United Kingdom, Inheritance Tax is a transfer tax. It was introduced with effect from 18 March 1986 replacing Capital Transfer Tax.-History:

Inhomogeneous electromagnetic wave equation
Localized time-varying charge and current densities can act as sources of electromagnetic waves in a vacuum. Maxwell's equations can be written in the form of a inhomogeneous electromagnetic wave equation with sources

Inigo Jones
Inigo Jones is the first significant British architect of the modern period, and the first to bring Italianate Renaissance architecture to England

Initiation
Initiation is a rite of passage ceremony marking entrance or acceptance into a group or society. It could also be a formal admission to adulthood in a community or one of its formal components

Injection (medicine)
An injection is an infusion method of putting fluid into the body, usually with a hollow needle and a syringe which is pierced through the skin to a sufficient depth for the material to be forced into the body

Injection molding
Injection molding is a manufacturing process for producing parts from both thermoplastic and thermosetting plastic materials. Material is fed into a heated barrel, mixed, and forced into a mold cavity where it cools and hardens to the configuration of the cavity

Injection moulding
Injection molding is a manufacturing process for producing parts from both thermoplastic and thermosetting plastic materials. Material is fed into a heated barrel, mixed, and forced into a mold cavity where it cools and hardens to the configuration of the cavity

Injector
ʎ̩An injector, ejector, steam ejector, steam injector, eductor-jet pump or thermocompressor is a pump-like device that uses the Venturi effect of a converging-diverging nozzle to convert the pressure energy of a motive fluid to velocity energy which creates a low pressure zone that dɯaws in and entrains a suction fluid

Injunction
An injunction is an equitable remedy in the form of a court order that requires a party to do or refrain from doing certain acts. A party that fails to comply with an injunction faces criminal or civil penalties and may have to pay damages or accept sanctions

Injustice
Injustice is the lack of or opposition to justice, either in reference to a particular event or act, or as a larger status quo. The term generally refers to misuse, abuse, neglect, or malfeasance that is uncorrected or else sanctioned by a legal system. Misuse and abuse with regard to a particular case or context may represents a systemic failure to serve the cause of justice Injustice is the lack of or opposition to justice, either in reference to a particular event or act, or as a larger status quo. The term generally refers to misuse, abuse, neglect, or malfeasance that is uncorrected or else sanctioned by a legal system. Misuse and abuse with regard to a particular case or context may represents a systemic failure to serve the cause of justice Injustice is the lack of or opposition to justice, either in reference to a particular event or act, or as a larger status quo. The term generally refers to misuse, abuse, neglect, or malfeasance that is uncorrected or else sanctioned by a legal system. Misuse and abuse with regard to a particular case or context may represents a systemic failure to serve the cause of justice (cf

Ink
Ink is a liquid or paste that contains pigments and/or dyes and is used to color a surface to produce an image, text, or design. Ink is used for drawing and/or writing with a pen, brush, or quill

Ink cartridge
An ink cartridge or inkjet cartridge is a replaceable component of an inkjet printer that contains the ink that is deposited onto paper during printing.

Ink eraser
An ink eraser is an instrument used to remove ink from a writing surface. There are two types: a traditional metal ink eraser, in which the ink is literally scraped off the surface, and the chemically imbibed ink eradicator, in which a vinyl eraser is imbibed with a substance that chemically reacts with the ink to hide it.Metal ink erasers were generally used before chemically imbibed

Inland Revenue
The Inland Revenue was, until April 2005, a department of the British Government responsible for the collection of direct taxation, including income tax, national insurance contributions, capital gains tax, inheritance tax, corporation tax, petroleum revenue tax and stamp duty

Inland Revenue Department (Hong Kong)
The Inland Revenue Department of Hong Kong Government is one of Hong Kong government departments which is responsible for the administration of the following Hong Kong ordinances on taxes and duties and the related rules and regulations:Betting Duty Ordinance Cap.108Business Registration Ordinance Cap.310Estate Duty Ordinance Cap.111Hotel

Inline hockey
Inline hockey, often referred to as roller hockey in the United States, is a sport similar to ice hockey but played with inline skates. Like its parent sport, skaters on two teams use hockey sticks to direct a disk-shaped puck into the opponent's goal; however, various details of the game, such as the playing surface and puck design, have been adjusted to allow the use of inline

Inmarsat
Inmarsat plc is a British satellite telecommunications company, offering global, mobile services. It provides telephony and data services to users worldwide, via portable or mobile terminals which communicate to ground stations through eleven geostationary telecommunications satellites

Inner core
The inner core of the Earth, its innermost hottest part as detected by seismological studies, is a primarily solid ball about in radius, or about 70% that of the Moon

Inner London Education Authority
The Inner London Education Authority was the education authority for the 12 inner London boroughs from 1965 until its abolition in 1990.-History:

Inns of Court
The Inns of Court in London are the professional associations for barristers in England and Wales. All such barristers must belong to one such association. They have supervisory and disciplinary functions over their members. The Inns also provide libraries, dining facilities and professional accommodation

Innuitian Mountains
The Innuitian Mountains are a mountain range in Canada's Arctic territories of Nunavut and the Northwest Territories. They are part of the Arctic Cordillera and are largely unexplored, due to the hostile climate. They are named after the northern indigenous people, who live in the region. In some locations the Innuitian Mountains measure over in height, and in length

Inorganic chemistry
Inorganic chemistry is the branch of chemistry concerned with the properties and behavior of inorganic compounds. This field covers all chemical compounds except the myriad organic compounds , which are the subjects of organic chemistry

Inorganic compound
Inorganic compounds have traditionally been considered to be of inanimate, non-biological origin. In contrast, organic compounds have an explicit biological origin. However, over the past century, the classification of inorganic vs organic compounds has become less important to scientists, primarily because the majority of known compounds are synthetic and not of natural origin

Inquest
Inquests in England and Wales are held into sudden and unexplained deaths and also into the circumstances of discovery of a certain class of valuable artefacts known as "treasure trove"

Inquirer Libre
Inquirer Libre is a free, bilingual tabloid published in the Philippines. It is published by the Philippine Daily Inquirer and is considered a trimmed-down version of the Philippine Daily Inquirer that is distributed on public transport

Inquiry
An inquiry is any process that has the aim of augmenting knowledge, resolving doubt, or solving a problem. A theory of inquiry is an account of the various types of inquiry and a treatment of the ways that each type of inquiry achieves its aim.-Deduction:

INS Vikrant
INS Vikrant was a Majestic-class light aircraft carrier of the Indian Navy.Her keel was laid down on 12 November 1943 by Vickers-Armstrong on the Tyne and she was launched on 22 September 1945.

Insect repellent
An insect repellent is a substance applied to skin, clothing, or other surfaces which discourages insects from landing or climbing on that surface. There are also insect repellent products available based on sound production, particularly ultrasound

Insectivore
An insectivore is a type of carnivore with a diet that consists chiefly of insects and similar small creatures. An alternate term is entomophage, which also refers to the human practice of eating insects.

Insertion sort
Insertion sort is a simple sorting algorithm: a comparison sort in which the sorted array is built one entry at a time. It is much less efficient on large lists than more advanced algorithms such as quicksort, heapsort, or merge sort

Inside the NFL
Inside the NFL is a weekly cable television sports show that focuses on the National Football League. It originally aired on HBO from 1977 through 2008

Insolation
Insolation is a measure of solar radiation energy received on a given surface area in a given time. It is commonly expressed as average irradiance in watts per square meter or kilowatt-hours per square meter per day

Insomnia
Insomnia is most often defined by an individual's report of sleeping difficulties. While the term is sometimes used in sleep literature to describe a disorder demonstrated by polysomnographic evidence of disturbed sleep, insomnia is often defined as a positive response to either of two questions: "Do you experience difficulty sleeping?" or "Do you have difficulty

Inspection
An inspection is, most generally, an organized examination or formal evaluation exercise. In engineering activities inspection involves the measurements, tests, and gauges applied to certain characteristics in regard to an object or activity

Inspector Montalbano
Inspector Salvo Montalbano is a fictional character created by Italian writer Andrea Camilleri in a series of novels and short stories.Set in the picturesque Sicilian town of Vigàta , the fractious detective's character and manner encapsulate much of Sicilian mythology and astute detective work

Inspector Morse
Inspector Morse is a fictional character in the eponymous series of detective novels by British author Colin Dexter, as well as the 33-episode 1987–2000 television adaptation of the same name, in which the character was portrayed by John Thaw. Morse is a senior CID officer with the Thames Valley Police in Oxford, England

Inspector Wexford
Chief Inspector Reginald Wexford is a recurring character in a series of detective novels by English crime writer Ruth Rendell. He made his first appearance in the author's 1964 debut From Doon With Death, and has since been the protagonist of 20 more stories; his latest outing was the 2009 publication The Monster in the Box