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ELL
Ell or ELL may refer to:* Ell, a measure of length* Ell, Luxembourg, a commune and town in Luxembourg* Ell, Netherlands, a town in the Netherlands* Ell , a wing of a building* Ell , a Scottish measure of length

Ell (architecture)
In architecture, an ell is a wing of a building that lies perpendicular to the length of the main portion.In connected farm architecture, the ell is often extended to attach the main house to another building, usually a barn. It takes its name from the shape of the letter L.-External links:*

ELL (gene)
RNA polymerase II elongation factor ELL is an enzyme that in humans is encoded by the ELL gene.-Further reading:

Ella
Ella is a given name . Ella or ELLA may refer to:-People:* Ella Baker , African American civil rights and human rights activist* Ella Bully-Cummings , first female police chief of Detroit

Ellery (given name)
-As a first name:* Ellery Clark, an American athlete* Ellery Eskelin, a jazz musician* Ellery Hanley, a rugby league player* Ellery Hollingsworth, an American professional snowboarder* Ellery Schempp , a physicist

Ellery (surname)
Ellery is a surname, and may refer to:People:* Dr. Alex Ellery, currently working on the design of a post-Beagle 2 UK Mars mission* Christopher Ellery, a United States Senator from Rhode Island

Elli
In Norse mythology, Elli is a personification of old age who, in the Prose Edda book Gylfaginning, defeats Thor in a wrestling match.-Gylfaginning:

Elliot
Elliot is a personal name which can serve as either a surname or a given name. Although the given name was historically given to males, females named Elliott have seen an increase in recent years

Elliott (Pittsburgh)
Elliott is a small, hilly neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's West End Region. Elliott is represented on the Pittsburgh City Council by the council member for District 2 , and uses the zip code 15220.-History:

Ellipses
Ellipses is the plural form of two different English words:*Ellipse, the conic section*Ellipsis, the punctuation mark

Ellipsis
Ellipsis is a series of marks that usually indicate an intentional omission of a word, sentence or whole section from the original text being quoted. An ellipsis can also be used to indicate an unfinished thought or, at the end of a sentence, a trailing off into silence

Ellipsis (disambiguation)
Ellipsis is a mark or series of marks that usually indicate an intentional omission of a word or a phrase from the original text.Ellipsis may also refer to:

Ellipsis (linguistics)
In linguistics, ellipsis or elliptical construction refers to the omission from a clause of one or more words that would otherwise be required by the remaining elements.-Overview:

Ellipsis (narrative device)
Ellipsis is the narrative device of omitting a portion of the sequence of events, allowing the reader to fill in the narrative gaps.An ellipsis in narrative leaves out a portion of the story. This can be used to condense time, or as a stylistic method to allow the reader to fill in the missing portions of the narrative with their imagination

Ellis
Ellis is a first name and surname of Welshoriginal spelling. At the time of the British Census of 1881, its relative frequency was highest in Merioneth , followed by Flintshire, Denbighshire, Caernarfonshire, Montgomeryshire, Anglesey, Devon, Kinross-shire, Shropshire and Yorkshire

Ellis (disambiguation)
-Places:United States*Ellis, Indiana*Ellis, Kansas*Ellis, South Dakota*Ellis, Wisconsin*Ellis County, Kansas*Ellis County, Oklahoma*Ellis County, Texas*Ellis Island, New York*Ellis Township, Michigan*Camp Ellis in Illinois

Ellis (singer-songwriter)
Ellis Delaney is an American singer-songwriter based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She performs under the name Ellis, having found early on that her last name is frequently mispronounced

ELM
Elm or ELM may refer to:* Elm, a tree of the Genus UlmusIn places:* East London Mosque, a mosque in London, England* Elm, Cambridgeshire, a village in Cambridgeshire, England* Elm , a hill range in Germany

Elmer (disambiguation)
-Places:In the United Kingdom:* Elmer, West SussexIn the United States:* Elmer, Minnesota* Elmer, Missouri* Elmer, New Jersey* Elmer, Oklahoma* Elmer Township, Oscoda County, Michigan* Elmer Township, Sanilac County, Michigan

Elms (Mechanic Falls, Maine)
The Elms is an historic site on Elm Street in Mechanic Falls, Maine.The Elms was built in 1859 and added to the National Historic Register in 1985.

ELN
ELN may refer to:*Equity-linked note, a financial instrument*Elastin, a protein*Ejército de Liberación Nacional, see**National Liberation Army **National Liberation Army **National Liberation Army

Elo (dog)
The Elo is an emerging breed of dog, with development beginning in 1987 in Germany. The breed name is trademarked and development has been closely supervised by the Elo Breeding and Research Association. The Elo is notable in that it is primarily selected and bred according to behavioral characteristics and social behavior, with the goal of creating the best family pet

Eloise (1955 book)
Eloise , subtitled "A book for precocious grown-ups", is the first of the Eloise series of children's books drawn and written by Kay Thompson and Hilary Knight.-Adaptation:

Eloise (2002 film)
Eloise is a 2002 low-budget digital feature film written and directed by Australian film director Brenden Dannaher and starring Melanie Holt, Mark Jensen and Paul Parker.

Elongation
In astronomy, a planet's elongation is the angle between the Sun and the planet, as viewed from Earth. Elongations occur when an inner planet’s position, in its orbital path, is at tangent to the view from Earth. Because these inner planets are inside the Earth’s orbits their positions as viewed from the Earth are never very far from the position of the Sun

Elongation
Elongation may refer to:*Elongation *Elongation Or to biological processes:*Part of transcription of DNA into mRNA*Part of eukaryotic or prokaryotic translation of mRNA

Elope
To elope, most literally, merely means to run away with a girl and to not come back to the point of origination. More specifically, elopement is often used to refer to a marriage conducted in sudden and secretive fashion, usually involving hurried flight away from one's place of residence together with one's beloved with the intention of getting married.In England, a legal

Eloquence
Eloquence is fluent, forcible, elegant or persuasive speaking. It is primarily the power of expressing strong emotions in striking and appropriate language, thereby producing conviction or persuasion

Elote
Elote , is the Mexican name for corn on the cob. They are a popular street food in Mexico, although they are frequently served at home prepared in the same way . In Mexico, Chicago, and the southern U.S., it is customary to consume elotes on a stick, or by grasping the husk of the cob that has been pulled down to form a "handle"

Elsa (album)
Elsa is the debut album of the French singer Elsa Lunghini, released in 1988.-Background and critical reception:After the success of her first two singles, "T'en va pas", which peaked at #1 for eight weeks on the official singles chart , and "Quelque chose dans mon cœur", #2 hit, Elsa decided to came out her first album

Else
Else may refer to:* Else , a concept in computer programming* "Else" , a 1999 rock song* The Else, a 2007 alternative rock album* Else , a river in Germany, tributary to the Werre, a Kriegsmarine coastal tanker

Elsewhere
Elsewhere may refer to:* Elsewhere , a 2003 Australian speculative-fiction anthology* Elsewhere , the second album of British songwriter Scott Matthews* Elsewhere , a 2001 Austrian documentary by Nikolaus Geyrhalter

Elsewhere (film)
Elsewhere is an Austrian documentary in 12 episodes which describes life in twelve very different locations. During the year 2000 Nikolaus Geyrhalter and his teams travelled to different places each month, looking for places untouched by the millennium hysteria.

Elsewhere (novel)
-Plot summary:Elsewhere tells the story of a fifteen year old girl, Elizabeth 'Liz' Hall, who dies in a bicycle accident and wakes up to find herself traveling on a boat called the SS Nile. There, she meets a girl who had been shot and a famous person who had died of a drug overdose. After watching her own funeral, Liz realizes that she is truly dead

Elsinore (disambiguation)
Elsinore is an English name for the Danish city HelsingørElsinore may also refer to:* Lake Elsinore, California, a city named for a local lake* Elsinore Theatre, a historic movie theatre in Salem, Oregon, United States

ELU
ELU or Elu may refer to:In places:*Elu , an administrative ward of EthiopiaIn fiction and arts:*Elu Thingol, a fictional character in J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth legendariumIn organizations:

Elu (woreda)
Elu is one of the 180 woredas in the Oromia Region of Ethiopia. Part of the Mirab Shewa Zone, Elu is bordered on the south by Becho, on the west by Dawo, on the northwest by Dendi, on the northeast by Ejerie, and on the east by the Awash which spearates it from Alem Gena. Towns in Elu include Asgori and Teji.The August 2006 floods affected Elu, causing widespread damage

Elucidate
Elucidate is a trance duo based in the US. The Elucidate DJ and record producer team is made up of Ken Loi and Sean Beckwith. Since 2005 they have produced and performed together, releasing numerous trance songs and remixes on a wide variety of labels.

Elusive
"Elusive" became the first single for British singer/songwriter Scott Matthews and was released on 18 September 2006. The single received much airplay from BBC Radio DJs Jo Whiley, Dermot O'Leary, and Zane Lowe between August 7–10; Lowe played "Elusive" once each night as his chosen Single of the Week

Elution
Elution is a term used in analytical and organic chemistry to describe the process of extracting one material from another by washing with a solvent .

Elves (film)
Elves is a 1989 American horror film directed by Jeffrey Mandel and starring Dan Haggerty, Deanna Lund and Ken Carpenter. -Plot:When teenager Kirsten accidentally cuts her hand during an "Anti-Christmas" pagan ritual with her friends Brooke and Amy in the woods, her spilled blood awakens an ancient demonic Christmas elf

Elvi
Elvi was originally a Dutch wholesale clothing company with a size range from 8-20. The owner was a man called Elin Vissor and thus the name Elvi was devised. The brand, created in the 1940s, had a long history as a wholesale brand based in Holland and wholesaled throughout Europe - mainly in Holland, Germany, Belgium and France

Elvira (genus)
Elvira is a genus of hummingbirds. It consists of two small species.They are:*White-tailed Emerald, Elvira chionura*Coppery-headed Emerald, Elvira cupreiceps

Elvis (helicopter)
"Elvis" is the nickname of an Erickson S-64 Air-Crane Helitanker which has gained fame in Australia as a highly visible and valuable tool in bushfire suppression. The helicopter, which can hold 9,500 litres of water or foam mix, has been brought out by the Victorian Government from the USA for each fire season since 2001-2002

Elvis (pinball)
Elvis is a 2004 pinball machine released by Stern. It is based on the singer of the same name.The machine's soundtrack includes Elvis singing "C.C

Elysian (disambiguation)
Elysian plains were a section of the Underworld in Roman mythology. The great Roman poet, Virgil, wisely saw how the Greek concept of hell could negatively affect the military and soldiers by stripping them of any hope in the afterlife.

Elysian Fields
-General use:* Elysium, in Greek mythology, the final resting places of the souls of the heroic and the virtuous- Places :* Elysian Fields, Hoboken, New Jersey, site of the first organized baseball game* Elysian Fields Avenue, New Orleans* Elysian Fields, Texas

Elysium
Elysium is a conception of the afterlife that evolved over time and was maintained by certain Greek religious and philosophical sects, and cults. Initially separate from Hades, admission was initially reserved for mortals related to the gods and other heroes

Elysium (disambiguation)
Elysium is a section of the Underworld in Greek mythology.It may also refer to:* Elysium , a Polish death metal band* Elysium , a plane of existence in Dungeons & Dragons

Elysium (I Go Crazy)
"Elysium " is the 5th single by Liverpool Dance trio Ultrabeat. It was released in 2006 and played throughout the summer of that year

Elysium (The Velvet Teen album)
Elysium is the second studio album from The Velvet Teen. It was first released in Japan on May 22, 2004, and in the US on July 20, 2004. A special edition version of the album was released in Japan only with a bonus DVD. The album was also pressed on double 10" vinyl and released through Pandacide Records in June 2005, featuring a bonus track

Elytron
An elytron is a modified, hardened forewing of certain insect orders, notably beetles and a few of the true bugs ; in most true bugs, the forewings are instead called hemelytra, as only the basal half is thickened while the apex is membranous

EM
- Cities :* El Monte, California, Los Angeles County, California, United States* El Monte, Chile, Talagante Province, Santiago Metropolitan Region, Chile- Codes :EM is:* Aero Benin, in IATA reservation code

Emaciation
Emaciation occurs when an organism loses substantial amounts of much needed fat and often muscle tissue, making that organism look extremely thin. The cause of emaciation is a lack of nutrients, starvation, or disease.

Emacs
Emacs is a class of text editors, usually characterized by their extensibility. GNU Emacs has over 1,000 commands. It also allows the user to combine these commands into macros to automate work.Development began in the mid-1970s and continues actively

Emanation (Eastern Orthodox Christianity)
Emanation is a belief, found in Neoplatonism, that the cause of certain beings or states of being consists of an overflow from the essence of God or other higher spiritual beings, as opposed to a special act of creation

Emancipation
Emancipation means the act of setting an individual or social group free or making equal to citizens in a political society.Emancipation may also refer to:* Emancipation , a champion Australian thoroughbred racehorse foaled in 1979

Emasculation
Emasculation is the removal of the genitalia of a male, notably the penis and/or the testicles.By extension, the word has also come to mean to render a male less of a man, or to make a male feel less of a man by humiliation. This metaphorical usage of the word is much more common than the application of its literal meaning

Embankment
Embankment may refer to:* A levee or dike, an artificial bank raised above the immediately surrounding land to redirect or prevent flooding by a river, lake or sea

Embargo
An embargo is the partial or complete prohibition of commerce and trade with a particular country, in order to isolate it. Embargoes are considered strong diplomatic measures imposed in an effort, by the imposing country, to elicit a given national-interest result from the country on which it is imposed

Embargo (academic publishing)
In academic publishing, an embargo is a period during which access is not allowed to certain types of users. The purpose of this is to protect the revenue of the publisher.Various types exist:* A moving wall is a fixed period of months or years

Embargoed
Embargoed is a UK based human rights organisation campaigning to bring an immediate and unconditional end to all embargoes against the people of Northern Cyprus. Embargoed does not proscribe any political remedy, but considers the embargoes on the people of Northern Cyprus to be unjust and immoral

Embarrass
Embarrass may refer to:* Embarrass, Wisconsin, United States* Embarrass Township, Edgar County, Illinois, United States* Embarrass Township, St. Louis County, Minnesota, United States-See also:* Embarras, Alabama* Embarrass River

Embarrassment
Embarrassment is an emotional state of intense discomfort with oneself, experienced upon having a socially unacceptable act or condition witnessed by or revealed to others. Usually some amount of loss of honour or dignity is involved, but how much and the type depends on the embarrassing situation

Iranian Revolution
The Iranian Revolution refers to events involving the overthrow of Iran's monarchy under Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi and its replacement with an Islamic republic under Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, the leader of the

Iranian women
Iranian women in this article refers to women of, or from, traditional Persian or modern Iranian culture.-Depictions and appearance:

Iraq
Iraq ; officially the Republic of Iraq is a country in Western Asia spanning most of the northwestern end of the Zagros mountain range, the eastern part of the Syrian Desert and the northern part of the Arabian Desert.

Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America
Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America , is an advocacy group dedicated to United States veterans of the War in Iraq and War in Afghanistan. The group claims to be the nation's first and largest nonprofit, nonpartisan organization for veterans of the wars and has more than 200,000 Member Veterans and civilian supporters nationwide

Iraqi dinar
The dinar is the currency of Iraq. It is issued by the Central Bank of Iraq and is subdivided into 1,000 fils , although inflation has rendered the fils obsolete.-History:

Ireland
Ireland is an island to the northwest of continental Europe. It is the third-largest island in Europe and the twentieth-largest island on Earth

Ireland national rugby union team
The Ireland national rugby union team represents the island of Ireland in rugby union. The team competes annually in the Six Nations Championship and every four years in the Rugby World Cup, where they reached the quarter-final stage in all but two competitions The Ireland national rugby union team represents the island of Ireland (both Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland) in rugby union. The team competes annually in the Six Nations Championship (which they have won eleven times outright and shared eight times) and every four years in the Rugby World Cup, where they reached the quarter-final stage in all but two competitions The Ireland national rugby union team represents the island of Ireland (both Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland) in rugby union. The team competes annually in the Six Nations Championship (which they have won eleven times outright and shared eight times) and every four years in the Rugby World Cup, where they reached the quarter-final stage in all but two competitions (1999 and

Irene (empress)
Irene Sarantapechaina , known as Irene of Athens or Irene the Athenian was a Byzantine empress regnant from 797 to 802, having previously been empress consort from 775 to 780, and empress dowager and regent from 780 to 797. It is often claimed she called herself "basileus" , 'emperor'

Irene Hunt
Irene Hunt was born to Franklin P. and Sarah Land Hunt on May 18, 1907 in Pontiac, Illinois. The family soon moved to Newton, Illinois, but Franklin died when Hunt was only seven, and the family moved again to be close to Hunt's grandparents

Irene Mathyssen
Irene R. Mathyssen is a Canadian politician and a Member of Parliament in the Canadian House of Commons

Irene van Dyk
Irene van Dyk, MNZM is one of the world's best-known netball players and the most capped player of all time.

Iridaceae
The Iris family or Iridaceae is a family of perennial, herbaceous and bulbous plants included in the monocot order Asparagales, taking its name from the genus Iris. Almost worldwide in distribution and one of the most important families in horticulture, it includes more than 2000 species

Iringa Rural
Iringa Rural is one of the 7 districts of the Iringa Region of Tanzania. It is bordered to the North by the Dodoma Region, to the East by the Kilolo and encircles Iringa Urban District, to the South by the Mufindi District, to the Southwest by the Mbeya Region and to the Northwest by the Singida Region.According to the 2002 Tanzania National Census, the population of the Irigna Rural

Iris (plant)
Iris is a genus of 260-300species of flowering plants with showy flowers. It takes its name from the Greek word for a rainbow, referring to the wide variety of flower colors found among the many species

Iris Chang
Iris Shun-Ru Chang was an American historian and journalist. She is best known for her best-selling 1997 account of the Nanking Massacre, The Rape of Nanking. She committed suicide on November 9, 2004

Iris Clert
Iris Clert was the owner of the Galerie Iris Clert from 1955 to 1971. During its tenure, her gallery became an avant-garde hotspot in the international art scene, particularly to Yves Klein, Jean Tinguely and Arman.

Iris Murdoch
Dame Iris Murdoch DBE was an Irish-born British author and philosopher, best known for her novels about political and social questions of good and evil, sexual relationships, morality, and the power of the unconscious

Irish Air Corps
The Air Corps is the air component of the Defence Forces of Ireland providing support to the Army and Naval Service, together with non-military air services such as search and rescue and the Ministerial Air Transport Service

Irish Americans in New York City
The Irish community is one of New York's major and important ethnic groups, and has been a significant proportion of the city's population since the waves of immigration in the late 19th century.

Irish Army Reserve
The Army Reserve is the land component of the Reserve Defence Forces . It is the second line reserve of the Army. The Army Reserve is a part-time, fully voluntary organisation, and is one of two elements of the Reserve Defence Forces of Ireland, the other element being the Naval Service Reserve.It was established on 1 October 2005 to replace and reorganise the previous reserve

Irish art
The early history of Irish art is generally considered to begin with early carvings found at sites such as Newgrange and is traced through Bronze Age artefacts, particularly ornamental gold objects, and the religious carvings and illuminated manuscripts of the medieval period

Irish Civil War
The Irish Civil War was a conflict that accompanied the establishment of the Irish Free State as an entity independent from the United Kingdom within the British Empire.

Irish Government
The Government of Ireland is the cabinet that exercises executive authority in Ireland.-Members of the Government:Membership of the Government is regulated fundamentally by the Constitution of Ireland. The Government is headed by a prime minister called the Taoiseach

Irish Grand National
The Irish Grand National is a National Hunt chase in Ireland which is open to horses aged five years or older. It is run at Fairyhouse over a distance of about 3 miles and 5 furlongs , and during its running there are twenty-four fences to be jumped

Irish Life and Permanent
Irish Life and Permanent, Plc or IL&P is a provider of personal financial services in Ireland. IL&P enjoys limited liability.

Irish literature
For a comparatively small island, Ireland has made a disproportionately large contribution to world literature. Irish literature encompasses the Irish and English languages.-The beginning of writing in Irish:

Irish moss
Chondrus crispus, known under the common name Irish moss, or carrageen moss , is a species of red algae which grows abundantly along the rocky parts of the Atlantic coast of Europe and North America

Irish name
A formal Irish-language name consists of a given name and a surname. Surnames in Irish are generally patronymic in etymology, although they are no longer literal patronyms, as Icelandic names are

Irish nationality law
Irish nationality law is the law of the Republic of Ireland governing citizenship. A person may be an Irish citizen through birth, descent, marriage to an Irish citizen or through naturalisation. Irish nationality law is currently contained in the provisions of the Irish Nationality and Citizenship Acts 1956 to 2004 and in the relevant provisions of the Irish Constitution

Irish Naval Service
The Naval Service is the navy of Ireland and is one of the three standing branches of the Irish Defence Forces. Its main base is in Haulbowline, County Cork.

Irish passport
Irish passports are issued by the Consular and Passport Division of the Irish Department of Foreign Affairs in Dublin, Ireland.-Physical appearance:

Irish people
The Irish people are an ethnic group who originate in Ireland, an island in northwestern Europe. Ireland has been populated for around 9,000 years , with the Irish people's earliest ancestors recorded having legends of being descended from groups such as the Nemedians, Fomorians, Fir Bolg, Tuatha Dé Danann and the

Irish Republic
The Irish Republic was a revolutionary state that declared its independence from Great Britain in January 1919. It established a legislature , a government , a court system and a police force

Irish round tower
Irish round towers , Cloigthithe – literally "bell house") are early medieval stone towers of a type found mainly in Ireland, with three in Scotland and one on the Isle of Man

Irish Stock Exchange
-History:The Irish Stock Exchange is Ireland's only stock exchange and has been in existence since 1793. It is an Irish private company limited by guarantee. It was first recognised by legislation in 1799 when the Irish Parliament passed the Stock Exchange Act

Irish ten shilling coin
The ten shilling coin was a subdivision of the pre-decimal Irish pound, worth ½ of a pound, the highest value coin in the pre-decimal system.

Irish vehicle registration plates
Registration marks on number plates in Ireland issued since 1987 have the format YY-CC-SSSSSS where the components are:* YY — a 2-digit year * CC — a 1- or 2-character county identifier Registration marks on number plates in Ireland issued since 1987 have the format YY-CC-SSSSSS where the components are:* YY — a 2-digit year (e.g. 87 for 1987; 05 for 2005)* CC — a 1- or 2-character county identifier Registration marks on number plates in Ireland issued since 1987 have the format YY-CC-SSSSSS where the components are:* YY — a 2-digit year (e.g. 87 for 1987; 05 for 2005)* CC — a 1- or 2-character county identifier (e.g

Irish War of Independence
The Irish War of Independence , Anglo-Irish War, Black and Tan War, or Tan War was a guerrilla war mounted by the Irish Republican Army against the British government and its forces in Ireland. It began in January 1919, following the Irish Republic's declaration of independence. Both sides agreed to a ceasefire in July 1921

Irminsul
An Irminsul was a kind of pillar which is attested as playing an important role in the Germanic paganism of the Saxon people. The oldest chronicle describing an Irminsul refers to it as a tree trunk erected in the open air

Iron
Iron is a chemical element with the symbol Fe and atomic number 26. It is a metal in the first transition series. It is the most common element forming the planet Earth as a whole, forming much of Earth's outer and inner core. It is the fourth most common element in the Earth's crust

Iron Age
The Iron Age is the archaeological period generally occurring after the Bronze Age, marked by the prevalent use of iron. The early period of the age is characterized by the widespread use of iron or steel. The adoption of such material coincided with other changes in society, including differing agricultural practices, religious beliefs and artistic styles

Iron Curtain
The concept of the Iron Curtain symbolized the ideological fighting and physical boundary dividing Europe into two separate areas from the end of World War II in 1945 until the end of the Cold War in 1989

Iron fertilization
Iron fertilization is the intentional introduction of iron to the upper ocean to stimulate a phytoplankton bloom. This is intended to enhance biological productivity, which can benefit the marine food chain and remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. Iron is a trace element necessary for photosynthesis in all plants

Iron Horse Bicycles
Iron Horse Bicycles was a manufacturer of bicycles, in Islandia, New York, United States from 1987 to 2009. Its logo was a prancing horse on a mustard-color crest similar to the Ferrari logo

Iron Jawed Angels
Iron Jawed Angels is a 2004 American drama film. It was directed by Katja von Garnier and starred Hilary Swank, Frances O'Connor, Julia Ormond, and Anjelica Huston. It focuses on the American women's suffrage movement during the 1910s. The film received acclaim at the Sundance Film Festival

Iron maiden (torture device)
An iron maiden is a torture device, consisting of an iron cabinet, with a hinged front, sufficiently tall to enclose a human being. It usually has a small closeable opening so that the torturer can interrogate the victim and torture or kill a person by piercing the body with sharp objects , while he or she is forced to remain standing.-History:The

Iron oxide
Iron oxides are chemical compounds composed of iron and oxygen. All together, there are sixteen known iron oxides and oxyhydroxides.Iron oxides and oxide-hydroxides are widespread in nature, play an important role in many geological and biological processes, and are widely utilized by humans, e.g., as iron ores, pigments, catalysts, in thermite

Iron triangle
In United States politics, the iron triangle is a term used by political scientists to describe the policy-making relationship among the congressional committees, the bureaucracy , and interest groups.

Iron(II) acetate
Iron acetate is an off-white or light brown solid ionic compound of iron. It is highly soluble in water and it forms a light green tetrahydrate. Iron acetate is manufactured from scrap iron and acetic acid, and it is used as a mordant by the dye industry.It can also be made by the reaction of ferrous oxide or ferrous hydroxide with concentrated acetic acid.

Iron(II) chloride
Iron chloride, also known as ferrous chloride, is the chemical compound of formula FeCl2. It is a paramagnetic solid with a high melting point, and is usually obtained as an off-white solid. FeCl2 crystallizes from water as the greenish tetrahydrate, which is the form that is most commonly encountered in commerce and the laboratory. There is also a dihydrate

Iron(II) sulfide
Iron sulfide or ferrous sulfide is a chemical compound with the formula . In practice, iron sulfides are often non-stoichiometric. Powdered iron sulfide is pyrophoric Iron(II) sulfide or ferrous sulfide (Br.E. sulphide) is a chemical compound with the formula . In practice, iron sulfides are often non-stoichiometric. Powdered iron sulfide is pyrophoric Iron(II) sulfide or ferrous sulfide (Br.E. sulphide) is a chemical compound with the formula . In practice, iron sulfides are often non-stoichiometric. Powdered iron sulfide is pyrophoric (i.e

Iron(III) chloride
Iron chloride, also called ferric chloride, is an industrial scale commodity chemical compound, with the formula FeCl3. The colour of iron chloride crystals depends on the viewing angle: by reflected light the crystals appear dark green, but by transmitted light they appear purple-red

Iron(III) nitrate
Iron nitrate, or ferric nitrate, is the chemical compound with the formula Fe3. Since it is deliquescent, it is commonly found in its nonahydrate form Fe3·9H2O in which it forms colourless to pale violet crystals.-Preparation:

Ironbridge
Ironbridge is a settlement on the River Severn, at the heart of the Ironbridge Gorge, in Shropshire, England. It lies in the civil parish of The Gorge, in the borough of Telford and Wrekin

Ironclad warship
An ironclad was a steam-propelled warship in the early part of the second half of the 19th century, protected by iron or steel armor plates. The ironclad was developed as a result of the vulnerability of wooden warships to explosive or incendiary shells. The first ironclad battleship, La Gloire, was launched by the French Navy in November 1859

Ironing
Ironing is the use of a heated tool to remove wrinkles from fabric. The heating is commonly done to a temperature of 180-220 °Celsius, depending on the fabric. Ironing works by loosening the bonds between the long-chain polymer molecules in the fibers of the material

Ironside (TV series)
Ironside is a Universal television series which ran on NBC from September 14, 1967 to January 16, 1975. The show starred Raymond Burr as the wheelchair-using Chief of Detectives, Robert T. Ironside. The character's debut was in a TV-movie on March 28, 1967. The original title of the show in the United Kingdom was A Man Called Ironside

Ironwood, Michigan
Ironwood is a city in Gogebic County in the U.S. state of Michigan, about south of Lake Superior. The population was 6,293 at the 2000 census. The city is on US 2 and is situated opposite the Montreal River from Hurley, Wisconsin. It is the westernmost city in Michigan, situated on the same line of longitude as St

Ironworkers Memorial Second Narrows Crossing
The Ironworkers Memorial Second Narrows Crossing, also called the Ironworkers Memorial Bridge, is the second bridge constructed at the Second Narrows of Burrard Inlet in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Iroquois
The Iroquois , also known as the Haudenosaunee or the "People of the Longhouse", are an association of several tribes of indigenous people of North America

Iroquois kinship
Iroquois kinship is a kinship system used to define family. Identified by Lewis Henry Morgan in his 1871 work Systems of Consanguinity and Affinity of the Human Family, the Iroquois system is one of the six major kinship systems .-Kinship system:The system has both classificatory and

Iroquois National Wildlife Refuge
The Iroquois National Wildlife Refuge is a wildlife refuge operated by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service in Genesee and Orleans Counties in the western part of New York. The refuge is between the cities of Buffalo and Rochester.

Iroquois Theater Fire
The Iroquois Theatre fire occurred on December 30, 1903, in Chicago, Illinois. It is the deadliest theater fire and the deadliest single-building fire in United States history

Irrational number
In mathematics, an irrational number is any real number that cannot be expressed as a ratio a/b, where a and b are integers, with b non-zero, and is therefore not a rational number.

Irregular galaxy
An irregular galaxy is a galaxy that does not have a distinct regular shape, like a spiral or an elliptical galaxy. The shape of an irregular galaxy is uncommon – they do not fall into any of the regular classes of the Hubble sequence, and they are often chaotic in appearance, with neither a nuclear bulge nor any trace of spiral arm structure

Irrigation
Irrigation may be defined as the science of artificial application of water to the land or soil. It is used to assist in the growing of agricultural crops, maintenance of landscapes, and revegetation of disturbed soils in dry areas and during periods of inadequate rainfall

Irrigation in Saudi Arabia
Center pivot irrigation in Saudi Arabia is typical of many isolated irrigation projects scattered throughout the arid and hyper-arid regions of the Earth. Fossil water is mined from depths as great as 1 km , pumped to the surface, and distributed via large centre pivot irrigation feeds

Irrigation sprinkler
Irrigation sprinklers are sprinklers used on farms, golf courses, and yards, to provide water to vegetation and plants in the event of drought. They may also be used for recreation, as a cooling system, or to keep down the amount of airborne dust.