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F is the sixth letter in the basic modern Latin alphabet.-History:The origin of ⟨f⟩ is the Semitic letter vâv that represented a sound like or . Graphically, it originally probably depicted either a hook or a club

F (disambiguation)
F is the sixth letter of the Latin alphabet.F may also refer to:-Science:*Fahrenheit*Farad, a unit for electric capacitance*Faraday constant*Fluorine*Focal length**f-number, the focal length divided by the aperture diameter*Force*Frequency

F (musical note)
F is a musical note, the fourth above C. It is also known as fa in fixed-do solfège.When calculated in equal temperament with a reference of A above middle C as 440 Hz, the frequency of Middle F is approximately 349.228 Hz. See pitch for a discussion of historical variations in frequency.-Designation by octave:

Fa or FA may refer to:- Education :* Falmouth Academy* Foxcroft Academy* Friends Academy* Fryeburg Academy- Finance :* Federal Association, Federal Savings Bank* Financial adviser* Financial analyst- Government and law :

-Commerce:*Fab , a frozen confectionery*Fab, a detergent marketed by Colgate-Palmolive-Culture:* F.A.B., a radio acknowledgment used in the Thunderbirds TV series

Fab Fox
FAB FOX is the second studio album by Fujifabric, released in 2005 on the Capital Records label.-Track listing:# Mononoke Hakaranda #Sunny Morning#Ginga #Kuchibiru no Sore #Chiheisen wo Koete

Fabel is a critical term and a dramaturgical technique pioneered by the twentieth-century German theatre practitioner Bertolt Brecht.Fabel should not be confused with 'fable', which is a form of short narrative

The fabella is a small sesamoid bone found in some mammals embedded in the tendon of the lateral head of the gastrocnemius muscle behind the lateral condyle of the femur. It is a variant of normal anatomy and present in humans in 10% to 30% of individuals. Rarely, there are 2 or 3 of these bones

-People:*Fabian Månsson, , Swedish socialist*Fabian , , 1950s American teen idol and singer*Fabian Bachrach, an American photographer*Fabian Cancellara, , Swiss professional road cyclist

Fabiana may refer to:*Fabiana a genus of plants in the Solanaceae*Fabiana the English form of the late Roman name Fabianus. This was the name given to freed slaves which originally belonged to a Roman family with the family name Fabius, that derived from the Latin faba for the broad bean, an important food crop in the Roman Empire

Fabiana is a genus of plants in the nightshade family. Fabianas are evergreen shrubs. This genus is composed of mainly sub-tropical and tropical plants that have been grown as ornamental plants

Fabiani is a family name, and may refer to:*Alessia Fabiani , Italian model and television personality*Fabio Fabiani , Italian racing driver*Joel Fabiani , U.S. actor*Linda Fabiani , Scottish politician

Fabien may refer to:People with the given name Fabien:* Fabien Audard , French professional football player* Fabien Barthez , retired French football goalkeeper* Fabien Boudarène , French footballer

Fabienne is a French feminine given name, and may refer to:* Fabienne Dufour , Belgian swimmer* Fabienne Feraez , Beninese sprinter* Fabienne Keller , French politician* Fabienne Reuteler , Swiss snowboarder

A fable is a succinct fictional story, in prose or verse, that features animals, mythical creatures, plants, inanimate objects or forces of nature which are anthropomorphized , and that illustrates a moral lesson , which may at the end be expressed explicitly in a pithy maxim.A fable differs from a parable in that the latter

Fable (1996 video game)
Fable is a PC adventure game from 1996, of the point-and-click genre, developed by Simbiosis Interactive and released by Sirtech in the United States.

Fable (album)
Fable is a 2000 album by Beijing-based C-pop singer Faye Wong.The album is structured into 3 basic parts. The first five tracks deal with certain aspects of Buddhism and fairy tales, especially that of Cinderella. The next three are radio-friendly pop songs

Fable (Robert Miles song)
"Fable" is a 1996 instrumental recorded by the Swiss-Italian musician Robert Miles. It was the second single from his album Dreamland.The music video for "Fable" was directed by Maria Mochnacz. In it, Robert Miles falls asleep on his sofa, in front of the television

Fable (TV series)
Fable is a British television series shown in 1965 based in a parallel Britain in which the ruling class consists of black people, and white people are the social underdogs - a reversal of the actual situation at the time. The show's original debut was postponed by the BBC, supposedly to avoid influencing an election.The show was a precursor for movies like White Man's Burden.

Fables (book)
Fables is a book by Arnold Lobel. Released by Harper Collins, it was the recipient of the Caldecott Medal for illustration in 1981. Publishers Weekly called the book, "the most remarkable of the author-illustrator's 60-plus, bestselling award winners."

A fabric is a textile material, short for "textile fabric".Fabric may also refer to:*Fabric , the spatial and geometric configuration of elements within a rock*Fabric , a nightclub in London, England

Fabric (geology)
In geology, a rock's fabric describes the spatial and geometric configuration of all the elements that make it up.-Types of fabric:* Primary fabric — a fabric created during the original formation of the rock, e.g

-Processes in arts, crafts and manufacturing:* Art fabrication* Construction** Prefabrication* Manufacturing** Fabrication ** Microfabrication** Optics fabrication** Semiconductor device fabrication** Solid freeform fabrication

Fabricator (BWO album)
Fabricator is BWO's third studio album and was released on September 19, 2007. It contains mostly new songs, but also included a remake of Alcazar's Save my Pride, which also served as the first single of this album

Fabrice may refer to:* Fabrice Bellard, Computer programmer who founded FFMPEG* Fabrice Benichou, French world champion super bantamweight boxer*Fabrice Bry*Fabrice Lokembo-Lokaso*Fabrice Luchini*Fabrice Muamba*Fabrice Noël*Fabrice Santoro

Fabrika is a Russian pop girl group from Moscow.The group was formed from four girls who took part in the first season of the Russian talent show Star Factory in 2002 named Sati Kazanova, Irina Toneva, Alexandra Savelieva, and Maria Alalykina. Igor Matvienko, the project's director, became Fabrika's producer. Fabrika finished second in the show, losing only to the boy band Korni

Fabulous can refer to:*Fabulous , a 1991 British prank rock band*"Fabulous" , a 2002 song by Jaheim*"Fabulous" , a song from the film High School Musical

Fabulous (Sheena Easton album)
Fabulous is an album by the Scottish singer Sheena Easton. Released in 2000, it was Easton's 16th studio album. The album was only released throughout Europe, Japan, Australia, and Argentina.

Fabulous (song)
"Fabulous" is an R&B song by Jaheim, featuring guest vocals by Tha' Rayne. It was released in 2002 and was the first single from his album Still Ghetto. It was produced by Kay Gee. This song samples "Wake Up Everybody" by Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes.

A facade or façade is generally one exterior side of a building, usually, but not always, the front. The word comes from the French language, literally meaning "frontage" or "face".

Il Facchino is one of the talking statues of Rome. Like the other five "talking statues", pasquinades - irreverent satires poking fun at public figures - were posted beside il Facchino in the 14th and 15th centuries.

The face is a central sense organ complex, for those animals that have one, normally on the ventral surface of the head, and can, depending on the definition in the human case, include the hair, forehead, eyebrow, eyelashes, eyes, nose, ears, cheeks, mouth, lips, philtrum, temple, teeth, skin, and chin. The face has uses of expression, appearance, and identity amongst others

Face (Columbia Comics)
The Face is a fictional character, a comic book superhero that appeared in 1940s comics during what historians and fans call the Golden Age of Comic Books.-Publication history:

Face powder
Face powder is a cosmetic powder applied to the face to set a foundation after application. It can also be reapplied throughout the day to minimize shininess caused by oily skin. There is translucent sheer powder, and there is pigmented powder. Certain types of pigmented facial powders are meant be worn alone with no base foundation. Powder tones the face and gives an even appearance

Face The Music
Face the Music may refer to:In television:*Face the Music , a UK series about classical music*Face the Music , a 1980s American TV game show*"Face the Music", an episode of the TV series The Bellflower Bunnies

Face the Music (Melody Club album)
-Track listing:#Killing a Boy#Cats in the Dark#Take Me Away#Love Drive#Boys In The Girls' Room#Wildhearts#Baby#Summer Low#Breakaway#Winterland#Tomorrow is a Stranger

Face the Music (musical)
Face the Music is a musical, the first collaboration between Moss Hart and Irving Berlin . Face the Music opened on Broadway in 1932, and has had several subsequent regional and New York stagings

Face to Face
-Film:*Face to Face , an American two-part film*Face to Face , a Croatian film*Face to Face , an Italian spaghetti western

Face to Face (1952 film)
Face to Face is an anthology film adapted from the stories "The Secret Sharer" by Joseph Conrad and "The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky" by Stephen Crane. The film was produced by A&P heir Huntington Hartford and released by RKO Radio Pictures.

Face to Face (hymn)
"Face to Face" is a hymn written by Mrs. Frank A. Breck and composed by Grant Colfax Tullar in 1898.-Verse 1:Face to face with Christ my Savior,Face to face, what will it be,When with rapture I behold Him,Jesus Christ, who died for me?-Refrain:

Face to Face (US TV series)
Face to Face is an early American television game show running 15 minutes. It began broadcasting on the NBC Television network on June 9, 1946 and ran until January 26, 1947 on Sundays at 8:00 pm EST, immediately before Geographically Speaking.

Face value
The Face value is the value of a coin, stamp or paper money, as printed on the coin, stamp or bill itself by the minting authority. While the face value usually refers to the true value of the coin, stamp or bill in question it can sometimes be largely symbolic, as is often the case with bullion coins

Face Value
Face Value is the debut solo album by Genesis front man Phil Collins, released in February 1981 on the Virgin label internationally and Atlantic Records in North America. The album is notable for the hit single, "In the Air Tonight", whose dark mood was inspired by the fallout of Collins' first marriage.-Conception:By 1978, Phil Collins had been part of Genesis for eight years

Face value (disambiguation)
The face value of a coin, stamp, or bank note is the value printed on the object.Face Value may also refer to:* Face Value , a 1981 album by Phil Collins* Face Value , an early 1980s compilation book by Jani Allan

Facelift is the common name for rhytidectomy, a cosmetic surgery procedure.Facelift may also refer to:* Facelift , the revival of a product through cosmetic means such as changing its appearance

Facelift (automobile)
The automotive facelift comprises changes to a car's styling during its production run — often including new sheetmetal and/or interior design) with minimal changes to its underlying mechanicals — allowing a carmaker to freshen a model without complete redesign.A facelift retains the basic styling

Facer is a single by German band X Marks the Pedwalk. It was released by Zoth Ommog in Europe in CD format.-Summary:Facer is notable for marking a new era in the musical style of X Marks the Pedwalk, which became less harsh and incorporated more elements of electronic body music

Faces may refer to:* faces, the front areas of human heads* Face in any of several plural usages* Wong-Baker FACES Pain Rating Scale, which uses pictures of faces to help children express levels of pain.- Music :

Faces (Chris Caffery album)
Faces is an album released by Chris Caffery of Savatage in 2005. It was his first solo album. There are various editions of the album that were released including a one disc, two disc digipak, and two disc digipak with bonus tracks.-Track listing:

Faces (Mt. Helium album)
-Personnel:Mt. Helium* Art Karamian — vocals, guitar* Dave Hakopyan — bass* Sammy J. Watson — drums

Facets are flat faces on geometric shapes. The organization of naturally occurring facets was key to early developments in crystallography, since they reflect the underlying symmetry of the crystal structure

FACET is the acronym for the Faculty Colloquium on Excellence in Teaching, a program designed to recognize, support, and enhance outstanding teaching on the eight campuses of Indiana University.

Facets may refer to:*Facets , an album by Jim Croce*Facets Multi-Media, a Chicago-area non-profit arts organization*"Facets ", an episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

A facial is a procedure involving a variety of skin treatments, including: steam, exfoliation, extraction, creams, lotions, facial masks, peels, and massage

Facial expression
A facial expression one or more motions or positions of the muscles in the skin. These movements convey the emotional state of the individual to observers. Facial expressions are a form of nonverbal communication. They are a primary means of conveying social information among humans, but also occur in most other mammals and some other animal species

Facies (medical)
In medical contexts, facies are distinctive facial expressions associated with specific medical conditions.It comes from the Latin word for "face".As a fifth declension noun, "facies" can refer to the singular or plural.-Types:Examples include:

Facíl is a software system for management of Public, educational, and government access cable television and community media centers.The Facíl software was developed by Becker Software, Tucson, Arizona in an ongoing partnership with Access Tucson

The term facilitation is broadly used to describe any activity which makes tasks for others easy. For example:* Facilitation is used in business and organizational settings to ensure the designing and running of successful meetings.

A facilitator is someone who helps a group of people understand their common objectives and assists them to plan to achieve them without taking a particular position in the discussion

Facility may refer to:* An installation, contrivance, or other things which facilitates something; a place for doing something:** A commercial or institutional building, such as a hotel, resort, school, office complex, sports arena, or convention center

Facing (retail)
Facing is a common tool in the retail industry to create the look of a perfectly stocked store by pulling all of the products on a display or shelf to the front, as well as down stacking all the canned and stacked items

A facsimile is a copy or reproduction of an old book, manuscript, map, art print, or other item of historical value that is as true to the original source as possible. It differs from other forms of reproduction by attempting to replicate the source as accurately as possible in terms of scale, color, condition, and other material qualities

Facsimile (disambiguation)
Facsimile may refer to:*Fax equipment and technology for transmitting documents.*Facsimile documents.

A fact is something that has really occurred or is actually the case. The usual test for a statement of fact is verifiability, that is whether it can be shown to correspond to experience. Standard reference works are often used to check facts

FACT may refer to:*Federation Against Copyright Theft*Federation of American Consumers and Travelers*FACT , a protein factor affecting eukaryotic cells

FACT (biology)
FACT is a heterodimeric protein complex that affects eukaryotic RNA polymerase II transcription elongation both in vitro and in vivo

Fact-finding is the job of a person or group of persons in a judicial or administrative proceeding that has or have the responsibility of determining the facts relevant to decide a controversy. The term trier of fact generally denotes the same function

Jon English
Jonathan James "Jon" English is an Australian rock singer, musician, actor and writer. English emigrated to Australia with his parents in 1961

Jon Fishman
Jon Fishman is an American drummer best known for his work with the band Phish. He is credited with co-writing 19 Phish originals, 8 of them as a solo credit.

Jon Gries
Jonathan Francis "Jon" Gries is an American actor, writer and director. He is also credited under the names Jon Francis and Jonathan Gries. He is known for his role in Napoleon Dynamite as Uncle Rico, and more recently as recurring character Roger Linus on Lost

Jon Hassler
Jon Hassler was an American writer and teacher known for his novels about small-town life in Minnesota. He held the positions of Regents Professor Emeritus and Writer-in-Residence at St

Jon Huntsman, Jr.
Jon Meade Huntsman, Jr. is an American politician and diplomat who served as the 16th Governor of Utah. He also served in the administrations of four United States presidents and is a candidate for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination.Huntsman worked as a White House staff assistant for Ronald Reagan, and he was appointed by George H.W

Jon Kyl
Jon Llewellyn Kyl is the junior U.S. Senator from Arizona and the Senate Minority Whip, the second-highest position in the Republican Senate leadership. In 2010 he was recognized by Time magazine as one of the 100 most influential people in the world for his persuasive role in the Senate.The son of U.S

Jon Speelman
Jonathan Simon "Jon" Speelman is an English Grandmaster chess player, mathematician and chess writer.-Early life and education:He was educated at Worcester College, Oxford, where he studied mathematics, earning a doctorate.-Career:

Jon Stewart
Jon Stewart is an American political satirist, writer, television host, actor, media critic and stand-up comedian

Jonah is the name given in the Hebrew Bible to a prophet of the northern kingdom of Israel in about the 8th century BC, the eponymous central character in the Book of Jonah, famous for being swallowed by a fish or a whale, depending on translation

Jonas Bretkunas
Jonas Bretkūnas, Johann Bretke, also known as Bretkus was a Lutheran pastor and was one of the best known developers of the written Lithuanian language

Jonas Brothers
The Jonas Brothers are an American boy band. The band gained its popularity from the Disney Channel children's television network. From the shore region of New Jersey, the band consists of three brothers: Paul Kevin Jonas II , Joseph Adam Jonas , and Nicholas Jerry Jonas

Jonas Salk
Jonas Edward Salk was an American medical researcher and virologist, best known for his discovery and development of the first safe and effective polio vaccine. He was born in New York City to parents from Ashkenazi Jewish Russian immigrant families

Jonathan Barnbrook
Jonathan Barnbrook , is a British graphic designer and typographer. He trained at Central St Martin's and at the Royal College of Art .- Work :

Jonathan Edwards
Jonathan Edwards was a preacher, theologian, and missionary to Native Americans. Edwards "is widely acknowledged to be America's most important and original philosophical theologian," and one of America's greatest intellectuals

Jonathan Frid
John Herbert Frid is a theater, television, and film actor, best known for playing the role of vampire Barnabas Collins on the gothic television soap opera Dark Shadows.-Early Life:

Jonathan Harris
Jonathan Harris was an American stage and film character actor. Two of his best-known roles were as the timid accountant Bradford Webster in the TV version of The Third Man, and the comic villain Dr. Zachary Smith, in the 1960s sci-fi television series, Lost in Space

Jonathan Kellerman
Jonathan Kellerman is an American psychologist, and Edgar and Anthony Award winning author of numerous bestselling suspense novels.

Jonathan Kozol
Jonathan Kozol is a non-fiction writer, educator, and activist, best known for his books on public education in the United States. Kozol graduated from Noble and Greenough School in 1954, and Harvard University summa cum laude in 1958 with a degree in English Literature. He was awarded a Rhodes Scholarship to Magdalen College, Oxford

Jonathan Livingston Seagull
Jonathan Livingston Seagull, written by Richard Bach, is a fable in novella form about a seagull learning about life and flight, and a homily about self-perfection

Jonathan Schwartz (radio)
Jonathan Schwartz is an American radio personality, known for his devotion to traditional pop music.Schwartz worked at New York's WNEW-FM from 1967 to 1976, followed by stints at WNEW-AM, WQEW, and currently WNYC-FM

Jonathan Scott-Taylor
Jonathan Scott-Taylor is a Brazil-born English former actor.He was born in São Paulo, Brazil to English parents; his father was a consultant for the fishery industry in Brazil at the time. Scott-Taylor started going to drama school at age 11. He played the character of Jim Hawkins in a stage musical Treasure Island in 1973

Jonathan Swift
Jonathan Swift was an Irish satirist, essayist, political pamphleteer , poet and cleric who became Dean of St

Jonathan Thorn
Jonathan Thorn was an officer of the United States Navy in the early 19th century. He was born on 8 January 1779 at Schenectady, N.Y.. He was appointed a midshipman on 28 April 1800

Jonathan Toews
Jonathan Bryan Toews is a Canadian professional ice hockey centre who plays for and is captain of the Chicago Blackhawks of the National Hockey League . He is currently the youngest captain in the NHL, having been appointed in 2008.

Jones in the Fast Lane
Jones in the Fast Lane is a life simulation game developed and published by Sierra Entertainment in 1990. The objective of the game is to attain certain amounts of money, happiness, status, and education. The exact amounts needed are defined by the player when the game begins

Jonesboro, Arkansas
Jonesboro is a city in and one of the two county seats of Craighead County, Arkansas, United States. According to the 2010 US Census, the population of the city was 67,263. A college town, Jonesboro is the largest city in northeastern Arkansas and the fifth most populous city in the state

Jonestown was the informal name for the Peoples Temple Agricultural Project, an intentional community in northwestern Guyana formed by the Peoples Temple led by Jim Jones. It became internationally notorious when, on November 18, 1978, 918 people died in the settlement as well as in a nearby airstrip and in Georgetown, Guyana's capital

Joni Madraiwiwi
Ratu Joni Madraiwiwi is a Fijian lawyer, politician and was the Vice-President of Fiji from 2004 to 2006. He was sworn in on 10 January 2005, following his nomination by President, Ratu Josefa Iloilo and his subsequent approval by the Great Council of Chiefs on 15 December 2004

Joplin, Missouri
Joplin is a city in southern Jasper County and northern Newton County in the southwestern corner of the US state of Missouri. Joplin is the largest city in Jasper County, though it is not the county seat. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 50,150

Jordan , officially the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan , Al-Mamlaka al-Urduniyya al-Hashemiyya) is a kingdom on the East Bank of the River Jordan. The country borders Saudi Arabia to the east and south-east, Iraq to the north-east, Syria to the north and the West Bank and Israel to the west, sharing control of the Dead Sea

Jordan Marsh
Jordan Marsh & Company was a department store in Boston, Massachusetts, which grew to be a major regional chain in the New England area of the United States. In 1996, the last of the Jordan Marsh stores were converted to Macy's. The store was formerly part of Allied Stores and then Federated Department Stores

Jorge Negrete
Jorge Alberto Negrete Moreno is considered one of the most popular Mexican singers and actors of all time.

Jorma Kaukonen
Jorma Ludwik Kaukonen Jr. is an American blues, folk, and rock guitarist, best known for his work with Jefferson Airplane and Hot Tuna.-Biography:

In Norse mythology, Jörmungandr , mostly known as Jormungand, orJörmungand , or Midgard Serpent , or World Serpent, is a sea serpent, and the middle child of the giantess Angrboða and the god Loki

Jos is a city in the Middle Belt of Nigeria.The city has a population of about 1.5 million residents. Popularly called "J-town" or "Jesus Our Saviour" by the residents, it is the administrative capital of Plateau State.

José Antonio Páez
José Antonio Páez Herrera was General in Chief of the army fighting Spain during the Venezuelan Wars of Independence, in addition to becoming the President of Venezuela once it was independent of the Gran Colombia

Jose Chavez y Chavez
Jose Chavez y Chavez was an outlaw from the U.S. state of New Mexico. He was said to be of Mexican-American and Native American ancestry

José Clemente Orozco
José Clemente Orozco was a Mexican social realist painter, who specialized in bold murals that established the Mexican Mural Renaissance together with murals by Diego Rivera, David Alfaro Siqueiros, and others

Jose P. Laurel
José Paciano Laurel y García was the president of the Republic of the Philippines, a Japanese-sponsored administration during World War II, from 1943 to 1945

José Rizal
José Protacio Rizal Mercado y Alonso Realonda , was a Filipino polymath, patriot and the most prominent advocate for reform in the Philippines during the Spanish colonial era. He is regarded as the foremost Filipino patriot and is listed as one of the national heroes of the Philippines by National Heroes Committee

Josef Allerberger
Josef 'Sepp' Allerberger was a German sniper in the II Battalion of the 144th Gebirgsjäger Regiment of the 3rd Mountain Division on the Eastern Front, and was credited with 257 kills.

Josef Mengele
Josef Rudolf Mengele , also known as the Angel of Death was a German SS officer and a physician in the Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau. He earned doctorates in anthropology from Munich University and in medicine from Frankfurt University

Josef Priller
Josef "Pips" Priller was a German World War II fighter ace. He has become famous because of the publicity regarding his Focke-Wulf's Fw 190A-8's single strafing pass attack on Sword Beach on June 6, 1944 , accompanied by his wingman Herbert Huppertz

Josefa Llanes Escoda
Josefa Llanes Madamba Vd.ª De Escoda was a well-known Filipino advocate of women's right of suffrage and founder of the Girl Scouts of the Philippines.-Early life:

Josel of Rosheim
Josel of Rosheim Josel of Rosheim Josel of Rosheim (alternatively: Joselin, Joselmann, Yoselmann, , Joseph ben Gershon mi-Rosheim, or Joseph ben Gershon Loanz; c

Joseph (Hebrew Bible)
Joseph is an important character in the Hebrew bible, where he connects the story of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob in Canaan to the subsequent story of the liberation of the Israelites from slavery in Egypt.

Joseph A. Sestak
Joseph Ambrose "Joe" Sestak, Jr. is a former member of the U.S. House of Representatives who represented from 2007 until 2011. He was the highest ranking military official ever elected to the U.S. Congress. Sestak defeated 30 year incumbent Arlen Specter in the 2010 Pennsylvania Democratic Senate Primary

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is an Andrew Lloyd Webber musical with lyrics by Tim Rice. The story is based on the "coat of many colors" story of Joseph from the Hebrew Bible's Book of Genesis. This was the first Lloyd Webber and Rice musical to be performed publicly

Joseph Andrews
Joseph Andrews, or The History of the Adventures of Joseph Andrews and of his Friend Mr. Abraham Adams, was the first published full-length novel of the English author and magistrate Henry Fielding, and indeed among the first novels in the English language

Joseph Banks
Sir Joseph Banks, 1st Baronet, GCB, PRS was an English naturalist, botanist and patron of the natural sciences. He took part in Captain James Cook's first great voyage . Banks is credited with the introduction to the Western world of eucalyptus, acacia, mimosa and the genus named after him, Banksia. Approximately 80 species of plants bear Banks's name

Joseph Bates (Adventist)
Joseph Bates was an American seaman and revivalist minister. He was the founder and developer of Sabbatarian Adventism, a strain of religious thinking that evolved into the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Bates is also credited with convincing James White and Ellen G

Joseph Bell
Joseph Bell, JP, DL, FRCS was a famous Scottish lecturer at the medical school of the University of Edinburgh in the 19th century. He is perhaps best known as an inspiration for the literary character Sherlock Holmes.

Joseph Benjamin Robinson
Sir Joseph Benjamin Robinson, 1st Baronet was a South African mining magnate and Randlord. Born in Cradock, Cape Colony, died Wynberg, Cape Town.

Joseph Beuys
Joseph Beuys was a German performance artist, sculptor, installation artist, graphic artist, art theorist and pedagogue of art.His extensive work is grounded in concepts of humanism, social philosophy and anthroposophy; it culminates in his "extended definition of art" and the idea of social sculpture as a gesamtkunstwerk, for which he claimed a creative, participatory role in

Joseph Bonanno
Joseph Charles Bonanno, Sr. was a Sicilian-born American mafioso who became the boss of the Bonanno crime family. He was nicknamed "Joe Bananas," a name he despised.-Early life:

Joseph Bramah
Joseph Bramah , born Stainborough Lane Farm, Wentworth, Yorkshire, England, was an inventor and locksmith. He is best known for having invented the hydraulic press

Joseph Brant
Thayendanegea or Joseph Brant was a Mohawk military and political leader, based in present-day New York, who was closely associated with Great Britain during and after the American Revolution. He was perhaps the most well-known American Indian of his generation

Joseph Brodsky
Iosif Aleksandrovich Brodsky , was a Russian poet and essayist.In 1964, 23-year-old Brodsky was arrested and charged with the crime of "social parasitism" He was expelled from the Soviet Union in 1972 and settled in America with the help of W. H. Auden and other supporters

Joseph Conrad
Joseph Conrad was a Polish-born English novelist.Conrad is regarded as one of the great novelists in English, although he did not speak the language fluently until he was in his twenties

Joseph E. Brown
Joseph Emerson Brown , often referred to as Joe Brown, was the 42nd Governor of Georgia from 1857 to 1865, and a U.S. Senator from 1880 to 1891

Joseph Esposito (mobster)
Joseph "Diamond Joe" Esposito was a Prohibition-era Chicago politician who was involved in bootlegging, extortion, prostitution and labor racketeering with the Genna Brothers

Joseph Estrada
Joseph "Erap" Ejercito Estrada was the 13th President of the Philippines, serving from 1998 until 2001. Estrada was the first person in the Post-EDSA era to be elected both to the presidency and vice-presidency.Estrada gained popularity as a film actor, playing the lead role in over 100 films in an acting career spanning 33 years

Joseph Fourier
Jean Baptiste Joseph Fourier was a French mathematician and physicist best known for initiating the investigation of Fourier series and their applications to problems of heat transfer and vibrations. The Fourier transform and Fourier's Law are also named in his honour

Joseph Frederick Wallet DesBarres
Colonel Joseph Frederick Wallet DesBarres Colonel Joseph Frederick Wallet DesBarres Colonel Joseph Frederick Wallet DesBarres (November 22, 1721 – October 27, 1824 (or October 24, 1824 ) was a Swiss-born cartographer and Canadian statesman, who served as aide-de-camp to General James Wolfe in Lower Canada.-Early life:

Joseph Haydn
Franz Joseph Haydn , known as Joseph Haydn , was an Austrian composer, one of the most prolific and prominent composers of the Classical period. He is often called the "Father of the Symphony" and "Father of the String Quartet" because of his important contributions to these forms

Joseph Heller
Joseph Heller was a US satirical novelist, short story writer, and playwright. His best known work is Catch-22, a novel about US servicemen during World War II

Joseph Henry Thayer
Joseph Henry Thayer , US biblical scholar, was born in Boston, Massachusetts.He studied at the Boston Latin School, and graduated from Harvard in 1850

Joseph I, Holy Roman Emperor
Joseph I , Holy Roman Emperor, King of Bohemia, King of Hungary, King of the Romans was the elder son of Emperor Leopold I and his third wife, Eleonor Magdalene of Neuburg.