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Erie (SEPTA station)
Erie is an express station on the Broad Street Subway in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Since Erie is an express station, it has four tracks and two central platforms, with express and Ridge Spur trains operating on the inner tracks and local trains operating on the outer tracks. This station has two mezzanine levels located above the track level

Erik (singer)
Erik is the stage name of singer Erica Maggs. She began her career as a session singer for artists such as M People, Tom Jones, Swing Out Sister, Jason Donovan, Vic Reeves, and Errol Brown. She was the featured vocalist in the 1991 dance single "Unity", by the group of the same name. It was a club hit and peaked at #64 in the UK charts.In 1993 she started her solo career

Erika (given name)
Erika or Erica is a feminine given name. The name Erica is Old Norse for "ever powerful" or "ruler of the people." It is also frequently alternatively spelled Erika. Its masculine forms are Erik, Eric and Derek. It is a common name in many European and American countries, and in Australia. Erica is also the name of a yellow German flower

Erika (song)
Erika is a marching song of the German military. The song was composed by Herms Niel in the 1930s specifically for the Waffen-SS, but it soon came into usage by the Wehrmacht in general, especially the Heer and, to a lesser extent, the Kriegsmarine

Erin
Erin is a Hiberno-English derivative of the Irish word "Éirinn". .

Eris
Eris typically refers to:* Eris , the most massive known dwarf planet in the Solar System * Eris , in Greek mythology the goddess of discordEris may also refer to:

Eritrea (disambiguation)
Eritrea may refer to:* Eritrea, the modern African state* Eritrea , by Francesco Cavalli* Eretria, the Greek city

Eritrea (opera)
Eritrea is an opera in three acts by the Italian composer Francesco Cavalli. The libretto is by Giovanni Faustini. It was premiered at the Teatro Sant'Apollinare, Venice on 17 January 1652 and revived in modern times at the Wexford Festival in 1975 under the conductor Jane Glover.-References:Source* online at perso.orange.fr Retrieved 9 September 2011

Eritrea (ship)
The Italian colonial ship Eritrea was constructed in the Castellammare Shipyards. Construction started in 1935 and she was commissioned in 1937.-Design:

Eritrean
Eritrean may refer to:* Something of, from, or related to the country of Eritrea* A person from Eritrea, or of Eritrean descent. For information about the Eritrean people, see Demographics of Eritrea and Culture of Eritrea. For specific persons, see List of Eritreans.* Note that there is no language called "Eritrean". See Languages of Eritrea.* Eritrean cuisine

ERK
ERK can refer to:* Extracellular signal-regulated kinases, a kind of protein moleculeErk may refer to :* Erk , a Muslim socialist organisation active in Bashkiria, Bukhara and Turkestan from 1919 to 1921

Erk (Party)
ERK was a Muslim socialist party active in Bashkiria, Bukhara and Turkestan from 1919 to 1926.The party was established when two groups, simultaneously but independently of each other, decided to organize themselves into independent political formations in the Third International

Erkki
Erkki is a Finnish and Estonian given name , and may refer to:* Erkki Aaltonen , Finnish composer* Erkki Bahovski , Estonian journalist* Erkki Jallai , Estonian cross-country skier

Erle
-Erle :*Erle Stanley Gardner , American lawyer and author of detective stories*Erle Halliburton, American businessman-Erle :*Broadus Erle , American violinist*Everett C

Erm
Erm is a village in the Netherlands and it is part of the Coevorden municipality in Drenthe. Its altitude is 14 metres +NAP and its population is about 420.-See also:* Achterste Erm

Ermine
Ermine has several uses:* A common name for the stoat * The white fur and black tail end of this animal, which is historically worn by and associated with royalty and high officials

Erne
Erne may refer to:*Sea eagle, any bird of prey in the genus Haliaeetus*River Erne, a river in Ireland*Lough Erne, a lake in Ireland*HMS Erne , a British sloop-of-war*Earl Erne, a title in the peerage of Ireland

Ernie (disambiguation)
-People:* Ernie Grunfeld , Romania-born American NBA basketball guard/forward & General Manager, Olympic champion* Ernests Gulbis , Latvian professional tennis player* Ernie Harwell , American MLB baseball sportscaster

Ernst
-"Ernst" as a surname:* Adolf Ernst German botanist known by the author abbreviation "Ernst"* Edzard Ernst, German-British Professor of Complementary Medicine* Fabian Ernst, German soccer player* Emil Ernst, astronomer* Gustav Ernst, Austrian writer

Ernst (album)
ERNST is the second album by Matt Nathanson, released in February 1997 on Acrobat Records.- Track listing :# "First Time" – 4:00 # "Church Clothes" – 3:03 # "We'll Recover" – 3:12 # "Measure for Measure" – 3:19

Ernst (comics)
Ernst is a fictional character, a mutant in the Marvel Comics Universe. Her first appearance as Ernst was in New X-Men vol. 1 #135 .-Fictional character biography:

ERO
ERO may refer to:* Edge recombination operator, an operator in genetic algorithms* Electoral Registration Officer, a person is appointed by a local authority for the purpose of compiling and maintaining the electoral register

Erode
Erode is a city, a municipal corporation and the headquarters of Erode district in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu.It is situated at the center of the South Indian Peninsula, about southwest from the state capital Chennai and on the banks of the rivers Cauvery and Bhavani, between 11° 19.5" and 11° 81.05" North latitude and 77° 42.5" and 77° 44.5" East longitude

Eroica (album)
-Track listing:# "Rainbow Lake" – 4:42# "Strung Out" – 4:13# "Mother of Pearl" - 5:11# "Don't Try to Tell Me" - 4:43# "Crack in the Pavement" - 3:25

EROS
EROS may refer to:* EROS Center, the Center for Earth Resources Observation and Science, the United States national archive of remotely sensed images of the Earth's land surface

Eros
Eros , in Greek mythology, was the Greek god of love. His Roman counterpart was Cupid . Some myths make him a primordial god, while in other myths, he is the son of Aphrodite.

Eros (album)
Eros is the working titleof an unreleased album by American alternative metal band Deftones with tentative release dates in 2008 and 2009. The November 2008 car accident of bassist Chi Cheng forced the band to initially hold off on releasing the album, and later shelve the album indefinitely in a creative decision to move forward

Erotica
Erotica are works of art, including literature, photography, film, sculpture and painting, that deal substantively with erotically stimulating or sexually arousing descriptions

Erotica (disambiguation)
Erotica are media that deal with erotically stimulating or arousing descriptionsThe term Erotica may also refer to:* Erotica , the fifth studio album by pop singer Madonna

Erotica (The Darling Buds album)
Erotica was the final album from the British indie band The Darling Buds. It was released on Epic Records in 1992. The album shares a name with, and a similar cover to, the Madonna album, which was released only one week later.

Erpel
Erpel is a municipality in the district of Neuwied, in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.

Err
Err is the verb form of error or mistake.Err may also refer to:* Err, a character of the Aqua Teen Hunger Force animated comedy* Err, Pyrénées-Orientales, a commune in the Pyrénées-Orientales department in southern France

Erra
Erra can refer to:* Erra , a Babylonian god* Erra, Estonia, a settlement in Sonda Commune, Ida-Viru County, Estonia* Erra, the purported home planet of the pleiadean aliens described by ufologist Billy Meier* Pizzo Erra, a mountain in Switzerland

Erratic
Erratic can refer to:* Erratic, a project of music artist Jan Robbe* Glacial erratic, is a piece of rock that differs from the size and type of rock native to the area in which it rests* Erratic ant, a species

Erratum
An erratum or corrigendum is a correction of a book. An erratum is most commonly issued shortly after its original text is published. Patches to security issues in a computer program are also sometimes called errata. As a general rule, publishers issue an erratum for a production error An erratum or corrigendum (plurals: errata, corrigenda) is a correction of a book. An erratum is most commonly issued shortly after its original text is published. Patches to security issues in a computer program are also sometimes called errata. As a general rule, publishers issue an erratum for a production error An erratum or corrigendum (plurals: errata, corrigenda) is a correction of a book. An erratum is most commonly issued shortly after its original text is published. Patches to security issues in a computer program are also sometimes called errata. As a general rule, publishers issue an erratum for a production error (i.e

Erre
-References:*

ERROL
ERROL is a declarative database query and manipulation language for the Entity-relationship model . It is applicable to any data model on which ERM can be mapped, virtually any general purpose database data model

Errol (song)
"Errol" is the second single by iconic Australian surf rock band Australian Crawl taken from their 1981 album Sirocco. The song was written by James Reyne and Guy McDonough, and is a lyrical biography about Australian-born actor Errol Flynn.

Erroneous
Erroneous may refer to:* Your Erroneous Zones, a self-help book by Wayne Dyer* Erroneous rendition, in human rights* Erroneous program, a program whose semantics are not well-defined, but where the language implementation is not obligated to signal an error* Erroneous, pseudonym used by bassist Alex Dmochowski, so credited on the Frank Zappa albums Waka/Jawaka, The Grand

Error
The word error entails different meanings and usages relative to how it is conceptually applied. The concrete meaning of the Latin word "error" is "wandering" or "straying". Unlike an illusion, an error or a mistake can sometimes be dispelled through knowledge

Ersatz
Ersatz means 'substituting for, and typically inferior in quality to', e.g. 'chicory is ersatz coffee'. It is a German word literally meaning substitute or replacement

Ersatz (disambiguation)
Ersatz is a German loanword in English which refers to substitutes of an inferior quality.Ersatz may also refer to:* Ersatz , a 1961 short animation* Ersatz , a 2008 album by Julien Doré

Ersatz (film)
Surogat is a 1961 Yugoslavian short animated film by Dušan Vukotić, produced by Zagreb Film, a Croatian film production company. The film won an Academy Award for Short Subjects in 1962

Ersatz (Julien Doré album)
Ersatz is the debut album by French singer Julien Doré, winner of the fifth season of the television show Nouvelle Star. The album was released worldwide on June 16, 2008 on Sony BMG. It entered the French charts at number 2 and stayed in the top 200 for almost two years. Tracks 1 and 5 were written by Mark Daumail of Cocoon and featured Cocoon's other half, Morgan Imbeaud

Erse
Erse can be:*an alternative name for any Goidelic language, especially Irish, from Erische.*a 16th-19th Century Scots name for Scottish Gaelic

Erstwhile
Erstwhile is a word referring to "In the past; at a former time; formerly." It may also refer to:*Erstwhile Records

ERT
ERT can stand for:*Earth-received time, a measurement used when dealing with interplanetary spacecraft*Electrical resistivity tomography, a geophysical imaging technique

Erts
Erts is a village in Andorra, located in the parish of La Massana.

ERTU
The Egyptian Radio and Television Union , Ittihād al-Idhā‘ah wal-Tilīfizyūn al-Miṣrī), is the public broadcaster of Egypt, operated by the Egyptian government

Eru (singer)
ERU is the stage name of K-Pop singer-songwriter Jo Sung Hyun.-Biography:Eru was born on July 5, 1983 in New York, USA to Korean parents

Erudition
The word erudition came into Middle English from Latin. A scholar is erudite when instruction and reading followed by digestion and contemplation have effaced all rudeness , that is to say smoothed away all raw, untrained incivility

Eruption (album)
Eruption is the third and final full-length album by German experimental music trio Kluster. It is also the only live recording issued by Kluster.

Eruption (German band)
Eruption was a short-lived German krautrock or experimental music super group founded by former Tangerine Dream member and then current Kluster member Conrad Schnitzler.- Core Members :* Conrad Schnitzler * Wolfgang Seidel

Erysipelas
Erysipelas is an acute streptococcus bacterial infection of the deep epidermis with lymphatic spread.-Risk factors:

Erythema
Erythema is redness of the skin, caused by hyperemia of the capillaries in the lower layers of the skin. It occurs with any skin injury, infection, or inflammation

ES
-Geography:* Spain, a country in Europe, ES in the ISO 3166-1 country code* El Salvador, FIPS 10-4 country code* Espírito Santo, a state in Brazil, ISO 3166-2:BR code* Eš, a village in the Czech Republic-Science:

ES (Eternal Sabbath)
is an eight volume manga series by Fuyumi Soryo.ES is a gene developed by a group of scientists who sought immortality. The presence of the gene grants the carrier up to 200 years of life immune from all viruses

Es (operating system)
es is a computer operating system developed originally by Nintendo and since 2008 by Google. The operating system runs natively on x86, and includes a kernel written in C++

Esani
Esani : is a dominant clan of Khosa tribe, Pakistan. They speak Saraeki and Balochi. They are mostly settled in Dera Ghazi Khan. The capital of Esani family is Dalana which is situated in DGK and the sardar of this branch of family is Sardar Husnain Abbas Khan Esani Khosa, elder brother of Sardar Asif Nadeem Khan Esani Khosa . He is titled as Rais-e-Dalana

Escala
Escala is a commune in the Hautes-Pyrénées department in south-western France.-References:*

Escala (group)
Escala is an electronic string quartet, from London, England who rose to fame when they performed on and reached the final of the second series of Britain's Got Talent on ITV1 in May 2008.- Background :

Escalade
Escalade is the act of scaling defensive walls or ramparts with the aid of ladders, and was a prominent feature of siege warfare in medieval times

Escalation
Escalation is the phenomenon of something getting more intense step by step, for example a quarrel, or, notably, a war between states possessing weapons of mass destruction. Compare to escalator, a device that lifts something to a higher level

Escalator (album)
Escalator is the only album by Sam Gopal, released in 1968, on the small Stable label. Around the same time the band also released a single "Horse" b/w "Back Door Man".The band was managed by Robert Stigwood.

Japan Tourism Agency
The , abbreviated JTA, is an organization which was set up on October 1, 2008 as an extra-ministerial bureau of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism.- Background of establishment :

Japan-Korea Annexation Treaty
The Japan–Korea Treaty of 1910, also known as the Japan–Korea Annexation Treaty, was made by representatives of the Empire of Japan and the Korean Empire in 1910. Negotiations were concluded on August 20, 1910

Japanese aircraft carrier Akagi
Akagi was an aircraft carrier of the Imperial Japanese Navy , originally begun as an . She was converted while still under construction to an aircraft carrier under the terms of the Washington Naval Treaty

Japanese aircraft carrier Soryu
was an aircraft carrier of the Imperial Japanese Navy. During the Second World War, she took part in the attack on Pearl Harbor, Wake Island, Port Darwin and raids in the Indian Ocean before being sunk at the Battle of Midway.-Design:

Japanese aircraft carrier Taiho
was an aircraft carrier of the Imperial Japanese Navy during World War II. With a heavily armored hull and flight deck , she represented a major departure in Japanese carrier design and was expected to not only survive multiple bomb, torpedo or shell hits but also continue fighting effectively

Japanese American
are American people of Japanese heritage. Japanese Americans have historically been among the three largest Asian American communities, but in recent decades have become the sixth largest group at roughly 1,204,205, including those of mixed-race or mixed-ethnicity

Japanese American internment
Japanese-American internment was the relocation and internment by the United States government in 1942 of approximately 110,000 Japanese Americans and Japanese who lived along the Pacific coast of the United States to camps called "War Relocation Camps," in the wake of Imperial Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor

Japanese battleship Musashi
, named after the ancient Japanese Musashi Province, was a battleship of the Imperial Japanese Navy during World War II and flagship of the Japanese Combined Fleet. She was the second ship of the

Japanese battleship Yamato
, named after the ancient Japanese Yamato Province, was the lead ship of the Yamato class of battleships that served with the Imperial Japanese Navy during World War II. She and her sister ship, Musashi, were the heaviest and most powerfully armed battleships ever constructed, displacing 72,800 tonnes at full load and armed with nine 46 cm main guns

Japanese beetle
The beetle species Popillia japonica is commonly known as the Japanese beetle. It is about long and wide, with iridescent copper-colored elytra and green thorax and head

Japanese blood type theory of personality
There is a popular belief in Japan, Korea, and other Asian countries that a person's ABO blood type or is predictive of his or her personality, temperament, and compatibility with others, similar to how astrological signs are used, though blood type plays a much more prominent role in Japanese society than astrology does in the West.Ultimately deriving from ideas of historical scientific

Japanese Canadian internment
Japanese Canadian internment refers to confinement of Japanese Canadians in British Columbia during World War II. The internment began in December 1941, following the attack by carrier-borne forces of Imperial Japan on American naval and army facilities at Pearl Harbor

Japanese cruiser Haguro
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Japanese destroyer Amagiri
was the 15th of 24 s, built for the Imperial Japanese Navy following World War I. When introduced into service, these ships were the most powerful destroyers in the world. They served as first-line destroyers through the 1930s, and remained formidable weapons systems well into the Pacific War. She is most famous for ramming the PT-109 commanded by future President John F

Japanese dialects
The comprise many regional variants. The lingua franca of Japan is called hyōjungo or kyōtsūgo , and while it was based initially on the Tokyo dialect, the language of Japan's capital has since gone in its own direction to become one of Japan's many dialects

Japanese eel
The Japanese eel, Anguilla japonica, is a species of eel found in Japan, Korea, Vietnam the East China Sea and the northern Philippines. Like the all the eels of its family, it is catadromous, meaning it lives parts of its life in both freshwater and saltwater. The specific spawning grounds have been recently discovered amongst seamounts to the west of the Mariana Islands

Japanese funeral
A Japanese funeral A Japanese funeral A Japanese funeral (葬儀 sōgi or 葬式 sōshiki)includes a wake, the cremation of the deceased, a burial in a family grave, and a periodic memorial service. According to 2007 statistics, 99.81% of deceased Japanese are cremated

Japanese invasion money
Japanese Invasion Money, officially known as Southern Development Bank Notes, was currency issued by the Japanese Military Authority, as a replacement for local currency after the conquest of colonies and other states in World War II. In February 1942 in Japan, laws were passed establishing the Wartime Finance Bank and the Southern Development Bank

Japanese knotweed
Japanese Knotweed is a large, herbaceous perennial plant, native to eastern Asia in Japan, China and Korea

Japanese language
is a language spoken by over 130 million people in Japan and in Japanese emigrant communities. It is a member of the Japonic language family, which has a number of proposed relationships with other languages, none of which has gained wide acceptance among historical linguists .Japanese is an agglutinative language and a mora-timed

Japanese law
-Historical Developments:Pre-Modern History The early law of Japan was heavily influenced by Chinese law. Little is known about Japanese law prior to the seventh century, when the Ritsuryō was developed and codified. Before Chinese characters were transplanted and adopted by the Japanese, the Japanese had no alphabet of their own with which to record their history

Japanese mathematics
denotes a distinct kind of mathematics which was developed in Japan during the Edo Period . The term wasan, from wa and san , was coined in the 1870s and employed to distinguish native Japanese mathematics theory from Western mathematics .In the history of mathematics, the development of wasan falls outside the Western realms

Japanese painting
is one of the oldest and most highly refined of the Japanese visual arts, encompassing a wide variety of genres and styles. As with the history of Japanese arts in general, the long history of Japanese painting exhibits synthesis and competition between native Japanese aesthetics and adaptation of imported ideas.-Ancient Japan and Asuka period :The origins of painting in Japan

Japanese Paleolithic
The began around 50,000 to 30,000 BC, when the earliest stone tool implements have been found, and continued to around 14,000 BC, at the end of the last ice age, which corresponds to the beginning of the Mesolithic Jōmon period

Japanese pottery
Japanese pottery and porcelain , one of the country's oldest art forms, dates back to the Neolithic period

Japanese rock garden
The or "dry landscape" gardens, often called "Zen gardens", are a type of garden that features extensive use of rocks or stones, along with plants native to rocky or alpine environments that were influenced mainly by Zen Buddhism and can be found at Zen temples of meditation.- Overview :Japanese gardens are gardens in which the plants and trees are ever changing with the

Japanese submarine I-58
I-58 was a Japanese B3 type cruiser submarine that served in the final year of World War II. Modified to carry Kaiten manned torpedoes, she damaged two enemy destroyers with them, but her most significant success was the , sunk with conventional torpedoes on 30 July 1945

Japanese tea ceremony
The Japanese tea ceremony, also called the Way of Tea, is a Japanese cultural activity involving the ceremonial preparation and presentation of matcha, powdered green tea. In Japanese, it is called . The manner in which it is performed, or the art of its performance, is called

Japanese typographic symbols
This page lists Japanese typographic symbols which are not included in kana or kanji.The links in the Unicode column lead to the Unihan database.-Repetition marks:-Brackets and quotation marks:-Phonetic marks:-Punctuation marks:

Japanese White Pine
The Japanese White Pine is a pine in the white pine group, Pinus subgenus Strobus, native to Japan. It is also known as the Japanese Five Needle Pine .

Japanese-American relations
The relationship between the United States and Japan is a very strong one. The United States considers Japan to be one of its closest allies and the Japanese in turn consider the United States to be a close ally as well.-Country comparison:

Jar Jar Binks
Jar Jar Binks is a fictional character from the Star Wars Saga , and the television series Star Wars: The Clone Wars. His primary role was to provide comic relief, but many reacted negatively to his character

Jared Diamond
Jared Mason Diamond is an American scientist and author whose work draws from a variety of fields. He is currently Professor of Geography and Physiology at UCLA

Jared Ingersoll
Jared Ingersoll was an early American lawyer and statesman from Philadelphia.He was a delegate to the Continental Congress and signed the U.S. Constitution for Pennsylvania

Jared Padalecki
Jared Tristan Padalecki is an American actor. He grew up in Texas and came to fame in the early 2000s after appearing on the television series Gilmore Girls as well as in several Hollywood films, including New York Minute and House of Wax

Jaredite
The Jaredites are a people written of in the Book of Mormon, principally in the Book of Ether. In the Book of Ether, the Jaredites are described as the descendants of Jared and his brother, at the time of the Tower of Babel. According to the Book of Mormon, the people fled across the Ocean via boats and established an ancient civilization in the Americas

Jaring
JARING is a Malaysian internet service provider based in Technology Park Malaysia . It was the first internet service provider in the country and was formerly owned by MIMOS Berhad.

Jarlsberg cheese
Jarlsberg is a mild cow's-milk cheese with large irregular holes or what are commonly referred to as "eyes", originating in Jarlsberg, Norway.-Description:

Jarome Iginla
Jarome Arthur-Leigh Adekunle Tig Junior Elvis Iginla is a Canadian professional ice hockey player for the Calgary Flames of the National Hockey League . A six-time NHL All-Star, he is the Flames' all-time leader in goals, points, and games played, and is second in assists to Al MacInnis

Jarrow
Jarrow is a town in Tyne and Wear, England, located on the River Tyne, with a population of 27,526. From the middle of the 19th century until 1935, Jarrow was a centre for shipbuilding, and was the starting point of the Jarrow March against unemployment in 1936.-Foundation:The Angles re-occupied a 1st century Roman fort on the site of Jarrow in the 5th century Its name is recorded

Jasmine
Jasminum , commonly known as jasmines, is a genus of shrubs and vines in the olive family . It contains around 200 species native to tropical and warm temperate regions of the Old World

Jasminum sambac
Jasminum sambac is a species of jasmine native to South and Southeast Asia. It is a small shrub or vine growing up to in height. It is widely cultivated for its attractive and sweetly fragrant flowers. The flowers are also used for perfumes and for making tea. It is known as the Arabian jasmine in English

Jason
Jason was a late ancient Greek mythological hero from the late 10th Century BC, famous as the leader of the Argonauts and their quest for the Golden Fleece. He was the son of Aeson, the rightful king of Iolcus

Jason and the Argonauts (film)
Jason and the Argonauts is a 1963 Columbia Pictures fantasy feature film starring Todd Armstrong as the titular mythical Greek hero in a story about his quest for the Golden Fleece. Directed by Don Chaffey in collaboration with stop motion animation expert Ray Harryhausen, the film is noted for its stop-motion creatures

Jason Becker
Jason Eli Becker is an American virtuoso neo-classical metal guitarist and composer. At the age of 16, he became part of the Mike Varney-produced duo Cacophony with his friend Marty Friedman. They released Speed Metal Symphony in 1987 and Go Off! in 1988

Jason Bourne
Jason Charles Bourne is a fictional character and the main protagonist in the novels of Robert Ludlum and subsequent film adaptations. He first appeared in the novel The Bourne Identity

Jason Dunham
Jason Lee Dunham was a Corporal in the United States Marine Corps who earned the Medal of Honor while serving with 3rd Battalion 7th Marines during the Iraq War. While on a patrol in Husaybah, his unit was attacked and he deliberately covered an enemy grenade to save nearby Marines

Jason Momoa
Jason Momoa is an American actor and model.He is known for his role as Ronon Dex on military science fiction television series Stargate: Atlantis . Most recently, he became recognized for his role as the title character in the sword and sorcery film Conan the Barbarian

Jason Moran
Jason Matthew Patrick Moran was an Australian criminal from Melbourne, Victoria, and one of the leaders of the Moran crime family, notable for its involvement in the Melbourne gangland killings. He sported a 12 cm scar on the side of his face.-Early life:Moran was the son of Lewis Moran and Judy Moran. Mark Moran was his half-brother

Jason Mraz
Jason Thomas Mraz , also known as Mr. AZ and Mr. Raz, is an American singer-songwriter. Mraz released his debut album, Waiting for My Rocket to Come, which contained the hit single "The Remedy ", in 2002, but it was not until the release of his second album, "Mr. A-Z", in 2005, that Mraz achieved major commercial success

Jason Smith (curler)
Jason Smith is an American curler from Cape Coral, Florida.He was formerly the third, , of John Shuster's team. His other teammates were Jeff Isaacson and John Benton . As a member of this team, he won the 2009 U.S

Jason Sudeikis
Daniel Jason Sudeikis is an American actor and comedian currently starring as a cast member on Saturday Night Live.-Early life:Sudeikis was born Daniel Jason Sudeikis in Fairfax, Virginia, the son of Kathryn , a travel agent who was president of the American Society of Travel Agents, and Dan Sudeikis, a vice president of business development

Jason White (rugby player)
Jason Phillip Randall White is a Scottish rugby union footballer. He is a utility forward who can play any position in the second or back row of the scrum—lock, flanker, or number eight. White plays at club level for French Top 14 side ASM Clermont Auvergne and also plays for Scotland.He is married to Beverly

Jasper
Jasper, a form of chalcedony, is an opaque, impure variety of silica, usually red, yellow, brown or green in color; and rarely blue. This mineral breaks with a smooth surface, and is used for ornamentation or as a gemstone. It can be highly polished and is used for vases, seals, and at one time for snuff boxes

Jasper Carrott
Jasper Carrott OBE is a British comedian, actor, television presenter and personality.-Early life:

Jasper Johns
Jasper Johns, Jr. is an American contemporary artist who works primarily in painting and printmaking.-Life:Born in Augusta, Georgia, Jasper Johns spent his early life in Allendale, South Carolina with his paternal grandparents after his parents' marriage failed

Jasper National Park
Jasper National Park is the largest national park in the Canadian Rockies, spanning 10,878 km² . It is located in the province of Alberta, north of Banff National Park and west of the City of Edmonton. The park includes the glaciers of the Columbia Icefield, hot springs, lakes, waterfalls and mountains

Jasrota
Jasrota is the capital city of the Jasrotia rajputs, founded by Jasdev, a descendant of The Royal House of Jammu and Kashmir.Their castle was a protection fort and was built to fight the Sikhs or any external threats which they perceived from the other rulers of the time. The palace of the Jasrotias still exists and is a reminder of Jasrotia history

Jassic people
The Jassic people or Jász are an ethnic group of Hungarians who mostly live in the Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok county of the Republic of Hungary. They are of Ossetic origin and originally spoke the Jassic dialect of the Ossetic language

Jat people
The Jat people are a community of traditionally non-elite tillers and herders in Northern India and Pakistan. Originally pastoralists in the lower Indus river-valley of Sindh, Jats migrated north into the Punjab region in late medieval times, and subsequently into the Delhi Territory, northeastern Rajputana, and the western Gangetic Plain in the 17th and 18th

Jatiyo Sangshad Bhaban
Jatiyo Sangsad Bhaban, the National Assembly of Bangladesh, is the Jatiyo Sangshad Building of Bangladesh, located in the capital Dhaka. It was created by architect Louis Kahn and is one of the largest legislative complexes in the world

Jatropha
Jatropha is a genus of approximately 175 succulent plants, shrubs and trees , from the family Euphorbiaceae. The name is derived from the Greek words ἰατρός , meaning "physician," and τροφή , meaning "nutrition," hence the common name physic nut. Mature plants produce separate male and female flowers

Jatropha oil
Jatropha oil is vegetable oil produced from the seeds of the Jatropha curcas, a plant that can grow in marginal lands.-Use as biodiesel:

Jaume Bartumeu
Jaume Bartumeu Cassany is an Andorran lawyer and politician, who served as head of government from 2009 to 2011. He was a founding member of the Social Democratic Party in June 2000, in which he held the position of first secretary between 2000 and 2004

Jaunpur, Uttar Pradesh
Jaunpur is a city and a municipal board in Jaunpur district in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.Jaunpur district is located to the northwest of the district of Varanasi in the eastern part of the North Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. According to the 2001 census, Jaunpur district had a population of 3,911,678, with the urban area having accounting for 168,851 people

Java
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