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Fallen Angel (song)
"Fallen Angel" is a song by progressive rock band King Crimson, the second track on their album Red. The verse is in 4/4 time with the chorus in 6/8.

Falling
Falling may refer to:*Falling , movement due to gravity*Falling *Falling *Falling *Falling , in which the goal is to hit the ground last

Falling (accident)
Falling is a major cause of personal injury, especially for the elderly. Builders, electricians, miners, and painters represent worker categories representing high rates of fall injuries. The WHO estimate that 392,000 people die in falls every year

Falling (Cathy Dennis song)
Falling is a song by Cathy Dennis. It was released in 1993 and was the third single from 'Into The Skyline' in the UK. .The single version of 'Falling' was remixed by PM Dawn

Falling (novel)
Falling is a 1999 novel by British writer Elizabeth Jane Howard. It was later filmed as a drama for ITV.-Plot summary:

Falling (Provoost novel)
Falling is a novel by the Flemish author Anne Provoost.-Background:This was Anne Provoost's second novel and quickly gained an international reputation. Among the awards it won were two for young people's literature, representing the area of speciality that the author has made her own

Falling (sensation)
A sensation of falling occurs when the labyrinth or vestibular apparatus, a system of fluid-filled passages in the inner ear, detects changes in acceleration. This sensation can occur when a person begins to fall, resulting in a sudden increase in acceleration from 0.0 m/s2 to 9.8 m/s2

Falling (song)
"Falling" is the first single from Julee Cruise's 1989 debut album, Floating into the Night. The instrumental version of the song became more widely known as the theme for the cult television series, Twin Peaks, and won a Grammy Award for Best Pop Instrumental.The song itself reached number 11 on the Billboard Modern Rock charts, number 7 in the UK, and number one in

Falling in love (disambiguation)
Falling in love is a term used to describe the process of moving from a feeling of neutrality towards someone to one of love.Falling in Love may also refer to:- Film and television :* Falling in Love , a British comedy film

Falling In Love (TV series)
Falling In Love is a Singaporean and Malaysian co-production Chinese drama which is being telecast on Singapore's free-to-air channel, MediaCorp TV Channel 8. It made its debut on August 20, 2007 and ended its run on 21 September 2007. The drama consists of a total of 25 episodes. It was screened on every weekday night, 7 pm

Falling in Love (Uh-Oh)
"Falling in Love " was the fourth single released by the American band Miami Sound Machine led by Gloria Estefan on their second English language album, and ninth studio album overall, Primitive Love.- Formats and track listings :

Falling Out (album)
Falling Out is the second album by Peter Bjorn and John, released on October 4, 2004.-Track listing:#"Far Away, By My Side" – 3:22#"Money" – 4:02#"It Beats Me Every Time" – 3:37#"Does It Matter Now?" – 4:33#"Big Black Coffin" – 6:31

Fallopian tube
The Fallopian tubes, also known as oviducts, uterine tubes, and salpinges are two very fine tubes lined with ciliated epithelia, leading from the ovaries of female mammals into the uterus, via the utero-tubal junction

Fallout
Fallout or nuclear fallout is the residual radiation hazard from a nuclear explosion.Fallout may also refer to:*Fallout , a 1997 post-apocalyptic computer role-playing game released by Interplay Entertainment

Fallout (Channel 4 drama)
Fallout, a feature-length as part of Channel 4's Disarming Britain series, is a drama surrounding the lives of a group of teenagers, following the fatal stabbing of a mutual associate, Kwame in South London.- Sypnosis :

Fallout (Front Line Assembly album)
Fallout is an album by Vancouver industrial band Front Line Assembly, released in 2007. Initially announced as an EP, it is a collection of nine remixes and three previously unreleased tracks

Fallout (Heroes)
"Fallout" is the eleventh episode of the NBC supernatural drama series Heroes.-Plot:The episode begins with Mr. Bennet bringing Claire home amidst a discussion regarding her powers. Mr. Bennet admits to Claire that he knew about her powers even before she did. She becomes angry with him, but he calms her by telling her he was trying to protect her

Fallout (house band)
Fallout was a House Music project by artists Lenny Dee and Tommy Musto. They had four official releases, under record labels Fourth Floor Records and Azuli Records

Fallout (Mayfield Four album)
Fallout was the debut album released by The Mayfield Four, an American rock band. The album spawned two singles: "Don't Walk Away" and "Always." "Inner City Blues" is a cover of a Marvin Gaye song, "Inner City Blues ."

Fallow (color)
Fallow is a pale brown color that is the color of sandy soil in fallow fields.Fallow is one of the oldest color names in English. The first recorded use of fallow as a color name in English was in the year 1000

Fallow (disambiguation)
Fallow is the stage of crop rotation in which the land is deliberately not used to raise a crop. Ground may be fallowed as part of a larger crop rotation plan or as a method to conserve moisture as in the summer fallow technique used in dryland farming.

Fallow Deer
The Fallow Deer is a ruminant mammal belonging to the family Cervidae. This common species is native to western Eurasia, but has been introduced widely elsewhere. It often includes the rarer Persian Fallow Deer as a subspecies , while others treat it as an entirely different species The Fallow Deer (Dama dama) is a ruminant mammal belonging to the family Cervidae. This common species is native to western Eurasia, but has been introduced widely elsewhere. It often includes the rarer Persian Fallow Deer as a subspecies (D. d. mesopotamica), while others treat it as an entirely different species The Fallow Deer (Dama dama) is a ruminant mammal belonging to the family Cervidae. This common species is native to western Eurasia, but has been introduced widely elsewhere. It often includes the rarer Persian Fallow Deer as a subspecies (D. d. mesopotamica), while others treat it as an entirely different species (D

Fallows
Fallows is a surname, and may refer to:* Fearon Fallows , English astronomer* James Fallows , American print and radio journalist* Samuel Fallows , American clergyman

Falls
Falls may refer to:* Waterfalls* Falls, North Carolina* Belfast Falls ** Falls Road, Belfast in Belfast, Northern Ireland** Belfast Falls ** Belfast Falls

False
False or falsehood may refer to:*False *Lie or falsehood, a type of deception in the form of an untruthful statement*Falsity or falsehood, in law, deceitfulness by one party that results in damage to another

FALSE
FALSE is an esoteric programming language designed by Wouter van Oortmerssen in 1993, named after his favorite Boolean value. It is a small Forth-like stack-oriented language, with syntax designed to make the code inherently obfuscated, confusing, and unreadable. It is also noteworthy for having a compiler of only 1024 bytes

False (album)
-Band members:* Jan Chris de Koeijer - vocals, bass guitar* Frank Harthoorn - guitar* Boudewijn Bonebakker - guitar* Ed Warby - drums

False morel
The name false morel is given to a number of Ascomycete fungi of the genera Gyromitra, Helvella, and Verpa which bear a resemblance to the highly regarded true morels of the genus Morchella

False Pretenses (1935 film)
False Pretenses is a 1935 comedy film directed by Charles Lamont and starring Irene Ware.-Cast:* Irene Ware - Mary Beekman* Sidney Blackmer - Kenneth Alden * Betty Compson - Clarissa Stanhope* Russell Hopton - Pat Brennan

False Start (band)
False Start are a Power pop/Rock band from Auckland, New Zealand that formed in the winter of 2005. They are currently signed to Deadboy Records/Universal.- History :

Falsetto
Falsetto is the vocal register occupying the frequency range just above the modal voice register and overlapping with it by approximately one octave. It is produced by the vibration of the ligamentous edges of the vocal folds, in whole or in part

Falsetto (song)
"Falsetto" is the second single from The-Dream's debut studio album, Love Hate. The song is produced by Christopher "Tricky" Stewart and was released on September 28, 2007.-Music video:

Falsification
Falsification may refer to:* The act of disproving a proposition, hypothesis, or theory: see Falsifiability* Mathematical proof* Falsified evidence

Falsity
Falsity or falsehood is a perversion of truth originating in the deceitfulness of one party, and culminating in the damage of another party

Falstaff
Sir John Falstaff is a fictional character who appears in three plays by William Shakespeare. In the two Henry IV plays, he is a companion to Prince Hal, the future King Henry V. A fat, vain, boastful, and cowardly knight, Falstaff leads the apparently wayward Prince Hal into trouble, and is ultimately repudiated after Hal becomes king

Falstaff (Salieri)
Falstaff, ossia Le tre burle is a dramma giocoso in two acts by Antonio Salieri, set to a libretto by Carlo Prospero Defranceschi after William Shakespeare's The Merry Wives of Windsor.

Falter
Falter is a weekly magazine published in Vienna, Austria.Founded in 1977, it is published weekly on Wednesdays. Since Spring 2005 a local edition has also been published in Styria. The magazine reports from a broadly left-liberal perspective on politics, media, culture and the life

Fama
Fama or FAMA may refer to:People:* Eugene Fama , American economistMusic:* FAMA, a Hong Kong rap duo* Fama Other:*Fama, Mali* Freshwater And Marine Aquarium, a consumer fishkeeping magazine.

FAMAE
FAMAE is a Chilean government-owned weapons producer. Its products are used by the Chilean armed forces and the police. The company produces among others the FAMAE CT-30 carbine, FAMAE SAF submachine gun, FAMAE FD-200 sniper rifle, Cohete Rayo rocket launcher and FAMAE revolver

FAMAS (disambiguation)
FAMAS may stand for:*Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences Award, a Filipino movie award*Fusil d'Assaut de la Manufacture d'Armes de Saint-Étienne, a French assault rifle*Filipino Association of Montreal and Suburbs

Fame
The words fame and famous are used in many contexts, most of them inspired by the concept of celebrity but Fame or famous may refer specifically to:* Fans of Adult Media and Entertainment Awards, created in 2006

Fame (comedy)
Fame was the third stand-up show written and performed by Ricky Gervais which took place in in 2007 .'Fame' has run for over 100 shows across the UK mainland, including a long stint at London's Hammersmith Apollo and was followed by a number of shows at New York's Madison Square Garden

FAME (database)
FAME is a time series database from SunGard which comes along with a suite of APIs and domain-specific programming language.- History :

Fame (soundtrack)
Fame is the original soundtrack of the 1980 Academy Award- and Golden Globe-winning film Fame starring Irene Cara, Lee Curreri, Paul McCrane and Laura Dean. The original score was composed by Michael Gore.

Familia (disambiguation)
Familia can have the following meanings:* Familia, Latin designation of the family taxonomic rank* Familia, historical designation for a Medieval household

Familia (literary magazine)
The Romanian-language Familia literary magazine was first published by Iosif Vulcan in Budapest from June 5, 1865 to April 17, 1880. The magazine moved to Oradea and continued publication from April 27, 1880 to December 31, 1906.

Familicide
A familicide is a type of murder or murder-suicide in which at least one spouse and one or more children are killed; or in which a parent or parents and possibly other relatives such as siblings and grandparents are killed. In some cases all of the family members' lives are taken

Family
In human context, a family is a group of people affiliated by consanguinity, affinity, or co-residence. In most societies it is the principal institution for the socialization of children

Family (2001 film)
-Cast:*Kenichi Endo*Kojiro Hongo*Kouichi Iwaki as Hideshi Miwa*Taishu Kase as Takeshi Miwa*Ryuji Katagiri*Kazuya Kimura as Takashi Miwa*Toshiya Nagasawa*Yoko Natsuki*Marumi Shiraishi*Rikiya Yasuoka-Other credits:*Produced by**Naoki Abe - producer

Family (album)
Family is the twelfth studio album by American country recording artist LeAnn Rimes, released October 9, 2007, on Curb Records in the United States

Family (House)
"Family" is the twenty-first episode of the third season of House, and the sixty-seventh episode overall.-Plot:Wilson prepares a 14-year-old leukemia patient named Nick for a last resort bone-marrow transplant from his younger brother, Matty. However, when his brother sneezes, the team must figure out what is wrong with him before the transplant can occur

Family (Spanish band)
Family was a cult band from Spain in the 1990s. Although initially unsuccessful, Family gradually acquired a fanbase and is now highly recognised in the Spanish underground pop scene. Their only album, Un Soplo en el Corazón has been praised for its poetic lyrics, inspired music and elegant artwork.- Family - Un Soplo en el Corazón :1. La Noche Inventada 2

Family Feud (album)
Family Feud is the fourth album by The Dayton Family released under Fast Life Records on July 12, 2005. The Album spawned 2 radio hits from Chevys and Can't Get Out.-Track listing:#Family Feud#Bulldoggin'#Where You From #Chevys

Family Historian
Family Historian is a genealogy software program designed and written by Calico Pie Limited, a UK software design and development company founded by Simon Orde in 1995. Family Historian was named as family history software of the year by Your Family Tree magazine in November 2008

Family history
Family history is the systematic narrative and research of past events relating to a specific family, or specific families.- Introduction :

Family Jewels
Family Jewels is a two disc compilation DVD by the hard rock band AC/DC, featuring the group's music videos, live clips and promotional videos from 1975 to 1991. It was released by Sony Entertainment on 28 March 2005. The first disc contains videos from the Bon Scott era , such as the band's first TV appearance and a performance on television ten days before Scott died

Family Jewels (Central Intelligence Agency)
The Family Jewels is the informal name used to refer to a set of reports that detail activities conducted by the United States Central Intelligence Agency. Considered illegal or inappropriate, these actions were conducted over the span of decades, from the 1950s to the mid-1970s

Family Jewels (disambiguation)
Family Jewels or The Family Jewels may also refer to:*a male's testicles *Family Jewels , a set of reports on the CIA's illegal activities*Family Jewels

Family Man
Family Man may refer to:* Aston Barrett , Jamaican musician known as "Family Man"* The Family Man, a 2000 movie starring Nicolas Cage* Family Man a 2002 Cantonese television show

Family Man (Fear Itself episode)
Family Man is the third episode of the NBC horror anthology Fear Itself.-Plot:Colin Ferguson plays Dennis Mahoney, a responsible husband and father. We first see Dennis with his family singing in church, and then at their home, a typical loving family

Family Man (song)
"Family Man" is a single by musician Mike Oldfield, released in 1982 . It was released from the album Five Miles Out, with vocals performed by Maggie Reilly.- Lyrical content :

Family reunion (disambiguation)
A family reunion takes place on a specified day each year for the purpose of keeping an extended family closer together.Family Reunion may also refer to:In music:Family Reunion - a song by Albera country music singer Corb Lund

Family Reunion (film)
Family Reunion is a four-hour American television movie directed by Fielder Cook. The teleplay by Allan Sloane was based on the Good Housekeeping article How America Lives by Joe Sparton

Famous (album)
Famous is the third major label studio album from U.S. alternative rock band Puddle of Mudd. It was released on October 9, 2007 on Flawless Records. Famous was originally set to be released in May, but was pushed back to add more songs to the album

Julius Oppert
Julius Oppert , French-German Assyriologist, was born at Hamburg, of Jewish parents.After studying at Heidelberg, Bonn and Berlin, he graduated at Kiel in 1847; and the next year went to France, where he was teacher of German at Laval and at Reims

Julius Streicher
Julius Streicher was a prominent Nazi prior to World War II. He was the founder and publisher of Der Stürmer newspaper, which became a central element of the Nazi propaganda machine

July 20 Plot
On 20 July 1944, an attempt was made to assassinate Adolf Hitler, Führer of the Third Reich, inside his Wolf's Lair field headquarters near Rastenburg, East Prussia. The plot was the culmination of the efforts of several groups in the German Resistance to overthrow the Nazi-led German government

Jumanji (film)
Jumanji is a 1995 American fantasy-comedy film about a supernatural board game that makes wild animals and other jungle hazards materialize upon each player's move. It was directed by Joe Johnston and is based on Chris Van Allsburg's popular 1981 picture book of the same name

JumboCast
JumboCast specializes in broadcasting and streaming live webcasts for Tufts University events, including university-related athletic events, lectures hosted by the University, and student group performances. It is currently Tufts University's only streaming web content provider. JumboCast streamed over 75 events for 2004–2005, completed over 85 events in 2005-2006

Jumping Cholla
Cylindropuntia fulgida, the Jumping cholla, also known as the hanging chain cholla, is a cactus that is native to the Southwestern United States and northern Mexico.-Distribution:

Jumping spider
The jumping spider family contains more than 500 described genera and about 5,000 described species, making it the largest family of spiders with about 13% of all species. Jumping spiders have some of the best vision among invertebrates and use it in courtship, hunting and navigation

Jumpstyle
Jumpstyle is a rave dance and electronic music genre mainly practiced in Europe, specifically Belgium, the Netherlands, Ireland, Germany, northern France, and a few parts in the United States, specifically Indiana. The dance is also called Jumpen

Junction (rail)
A junction, in the context of rail transport, is a place at which two or more rail routes converge or diverge.This implies a physical connection between the tracks of the two routes , 'points' and signalling.one or two tracks each meet at a junction, a fairly simple layout of tracks suffices to allow trains to transfer from one

June Brown
June Muriel Brown, MBE is a British actress, best known for her role as the busy-body, chain-smoking gossip Dot Cotton in the long-running British soap opera EastEnders and for making other high profile television appearances on shows such as Doctor Who, Coronation Street, Minder, The Bill and The Sweeney.-Early life and family:June

Jungfraujoch
The Jungfraujoch is a col or saddle between the Mönch and the Jungfrau in the Bernese Alps on the boundary between the cantons of Bern and Valais, inside the Jungfrau-Aletsch Protected Area.

Jungle
A Jungle is an area of land in the tropics overgrown with dense vegetation.The word jungle originates from the Sanskrit word jangala which referred to uncultivated land. Although the Sanskrit word refers to "dry land", it has been suggested that an Anglo-Indian interpretation led to its connotation as a dense "tangled thicket"

Jungle 2 Jungle
Jungle 2 Jungle is a 1997 comedy feature film starring Tim Allen, Martin Short and Sam Huntington. It is an American remake of the 1994 French film Un indien dans la ville . Jungle 2 Jungles plot follows the original film fairly closely

Jungle Carbine
Jungle Carbine was an informal term used for the Rifle No. 5 Mk I which was a derivative of the British Lee Enfield No. 4 Mk I, designed not for jungle fighting but in response to a requirement for a "Shortened, Lightened" version of the No.4 rifle for airborne forces in the European theatre of operations

Jungle Cruise
The Jungle Cruise is an attraction located in Adventureland at many Disney Parks, including Disneyland, Magic Kingdom, and Tokyo Disneyland. At Hong Kong Disneyland, the attraction is named Jungle River Cruise

Junior Bonner
Junior Bonner is a film released in 1972 directed by Sam Peckinpah and starring Steve McQueen, Joe Don Baker, Robert Preston and Ida Lupino. The film focuses on a veteran rodeo rider as he returns to his hometown of Prescott, Arizona to participate in an annual rodeo competition and reunite with his brother and estranged parents

Junior Parker
Junior Parker was an American Memphis blues singer and musician. He is best remembered for his unique voice which has been described as "honeyed," and "velvet-smooth"

Junior Showtime
Junior Showtime was a British variety show for children made by Yorkshire Television and shown on ITV between 1969 and 1974.Presented by Bobby Bennett from the Leeds City Varieties theatre, the show consisted of song and dance routines and was produced by Jess Yates

Juniper
Junipers are coniferous plants in the genus Juniperus of the cypress family Cupressaceae. Depending on taxonomic viewpoint, there are between 50-67 species of juniper, widely distributed throughout the northern hemisphere, from the Arctic, south to tropical Africa in the Old World, and to the mountains of Central America.- Description :Junipers vary in size and shape

Juniperus ashei
Juniperus ashei is a drought-tolerant evergreen shrub or small tree, native to northeastern Mexico and the south-central United States north to southern Missouri; the largest areas are in central Texas, where extensive stands occur

Junk Rig
The Junk rig, also known as the Chinese lugsail and Sampan rig, is a type of sail rig in which rigid members, called battens, span the full width of the sail and extend the sail forward of the mast.

Junkers
Junkers Flugzeug- und Motorenwerke AG , more commonly Junkers, was a major German aircraft manufacturer. It produced some of the world's most innovative and best-known airplanes over the course of its fifty-plus year history in Dessau, Germany. It was founded there in 1895 by Hugo Junkers, initially manufacturing boilers and radiators

Junkers Ju 388
The Junkers Ju 388 Störtebeker was a World War II German Luftwaffe multi-role aircraft based on the Ju 88 airframe by way of the Ju 188. It differed from its predecessors in being intended for high altitude operation, with design features such as a pressurized cockpit for its crew

Junkers Ju 390
The Junkers Ju 390 was a German aircraft intended to be used as a heavy transport, maritime patrol aircraft, and long-range bomber, a long-range derivative of the Ju 290

Junkers Jumo 210
The Jumo 210 was Junkers Motoren's first production inverted V12 gasoline aircraft engine, produced just before the start of World War II. Depending on version it produced between 610 and 700 PS and can be considered a counterpart of the Rolls-Royce Kestrel in many ways

Junkers Jumo 213
|-See also:-Bibliography:* Jane's Fighting Aircraft of World War II. London. Studio Editions Ltd, 1989. ISBN 0-517-67964-7-External links:*

Juno Reactor
Juno Reactor is a musical and performing act known for the cinematic fusion of electronic, orchestral, and global music. Central to the project is Ben Watkins and his collaborations with a constantly changing ensemble of musicians from across the world, including percussionist Mabi Thobejane from South Africa, along with countrymen Amampondo, Eduardo Niebla, Steve Stevens, Greg Ellis,

Junonia orithya
Junonia orithya is a nymphalid butterfly with many subspecies occurring from Africa, through southern and south-eastern Asia, and in Australia. In India its common English name is the Blue Pansy, but in southern Africa it is known as the Eyed Pansy as the name Blue Pansy refers to Junonia oenone

Jupiter
Jupiter is the fifth planet from the Sun and the largest planet within the Solar System. It is a gas giant with mass one-thousandth that of the Sun but is two and a half times the mass of all the other planets in our Solar System combined. Jupiter is classified as a gas giant along with Saturn, Uranus and Neptune

Jupiter (mythology)
In ancient Roman religion and myth, Jupiter or Jove is the king of the gods, and the god of the sky and thunder. He is the equivalent of Zeus in the Greek pantheon.

Jupiter Band Instruments
Jupiter Band Instruments, Inc. is a manufacturer and distributor of woodwind, brass and percussion instruments. Jupiter was established by its Taiwanese parent company KHS in 1980.-History:

Jura mountains
The Jura Mountains are a small mountain range located north of the Alps, separating the Rhine and Rhone rivers and forming part of the watershed of each

Jura Soyfer
Jura Soyfer was an important Austrian political journalist and cabaret writer.-Life:

Jurassic Coast
The Jurassic Coast is a World Heritage Site on the English Channel coast of southern England. The site stretches from Orcombe Point near Exmouth in East Devon to Old Harry Rocks near Swanage in East Dorset, a distance of .

Jurassic Park
Jurassic Park is a 1990 science fiction novel written by Michael Crichton. Often considered a cautionary tale on unconsidered biological tinkering in the same spirit as Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, it uses the mathematical concept of chaos theory and its philosophical implications to explain the collapse of an amusement park showcasing genetically recreated dinosaurs

Jurassic Park (film)
Jurassic Park is a 1993 American science fiction adventure film directed by Steven Spielberg. The film is based on the novel of the same name by Michael Crichton. It stars Sam Neill, Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum, Richard Attenborough, Martin Ferrero, and Bob Peck

Jürgen Moltmann
Jürgen Moltmann is a German Reformed theologian. The 2000 recipient of the Louisville Grawemeyer Award in Religion.-Moltmann's Youth:

Jurisprudence
Jurisprudence is the theory and philosophy of law. Scholars of jurisprudence, or legal theorists , hope to obtain a deeper understanding of the nature of law, of legal reasoning, legal systems and of legal institutions

Jurist
A jurist or jurisconsult is a professional who studies, develops, applies, or otherwise deals with the law. The term is widely used in American English, but in the United Kingdom and many Commonwealth countries it has only historical and specialist usage

Jury nullification
Jury nullification occurs in a trial when a jury reaches a verdict contrary to the judge's instructions as to the law.A jury verdict contrary to the letter of the law pertains only to the particular case before it; however, if a pattern of acquittals develops in response to repeated attempts to prosecute a statutory offence, it can have the de facto effect of invalidating the statute

Jus sanguinis
Ius sanguinis is a social policy by which citizenship is not determined by place of birth, but by having a parent who are citizens of the nation

Jus soli
Jus soli , also known as birthright citizenship, is a right by which nationality or citizenship can be recognized to any individual born in the territory of the related state

Just a Boy
Just a Boy is the second album by English singer-songwriter, Leo Sayer, and was released in 1974.-Track listing:All songs by Sayer and David Courtney#"Telepath" – 3:12#"Train" – 4:25#"The Bells of St

Just Blaze
Justin Smith, better known as Just Blaze, is an American hip hop music producer from Paterson, New Jersey. Blaze is also the CEO of Fort Knocks Entertainment. He is most well known for producing Jay-Z songs on the albums The Blueprint, The Blueprint 2, and The Black Album. He is also known for producing a number of songs on Eminem's most recent album Recovery

Just for Laughs
Just for Laughs is a comedy festival held each July in Montreal, Quebec, founded in 1983. It is the largest international comedy festival in the world.- Information :

Just For Laughs Gags
Just For Laughs Gags is a Canadian silent comedy/hidden camera reality television show that is under the Just For Laughs brand. On December 26, 2002, JFL Gags began airing on CTV and The Comedy Network in Canada

Just Like That
Just Like That is a novel by Lily Brett about Holocaust survivors in the United States. Up to a point, it is autobiographical: The author was born in Germany in 1946 and came to Melbourne, Australia with her parents in 1948. She is married to painter David Rankin; they have three children and currently live in New York

Just the Way You Are
"Just the Way You Are" is a song by Billy Joel from his 1977 album, The Stranger. It was Joel's first US Top 10 and UK Top 20 single, as well as Joel's first gold single in the US

Just William
Just William is the first book of children's short stories about the young school boy William Brown, written by Richmal Crompton, and published in 1922. The book was the first in the series of William Brown books which was the basis for numerous television series, films and radio adaptations

Justice
Justice is a concept of moral rightness based on ethics, rationality, law, natural law, religion, or equity, along with the punishment of the breach of said ethics; justice is the act of being just and/or fair.-Concept of justice:

Justice (New Universe)
Justice is a character from the New Universe imprint of Marvel Comics, the protagonist of a 32-issue comic book series of the same name published from 1986 to 1989. The title was notable for featuring the early work of Peter David and Lee Weeks as well as rare 1980s Marvel work from Keith Giffen

Justice M. Chambers
Colonel Justice Marion Chambers was a United States Marine Corps officer who received the Medal of Honor for actions in World War II during the Iwo Jima campaign.-Biography:

Justice of the Peace
A justice of the peace is a puisne judicial officer elected or appointed by means of a commission to keep the peace. Depending on the jurisdiction, they might dispense summary justice or merely deal with local administrative applications in common law jurisdictions

Justification (theology)
Rising out of the Protestant Reformation, Justification is the chief article of faith describing God's act of declaring or making a sinner righteous through Christ's atoning sacrifice.

Justify My Love
"Justify My Love" is the first single by American singer-songwriter Madonna from her 1990 greatest hits compilation The Immaculate Collection and was released on November 6, 1990, by Sire Records. It caused international controversy due to the accompanying music video which was sexually explicit and even banned by MTV

Justin Chancellor
Justin Gunnar Walter Chancellor is an English musician formerly in the band Peach but best known as the bass player for Grammy Award-winning rock band Tool. Chancellor is of Norwegian and English descent

Justin Moore
Justin Moore is an American soccer player who last played for the Atlanta Blackhawks of the USL Premier Development League.

Justinian I
Justinian I ; , ; 483– 13 or 14 November 565), commonly known as Justinian the Great, was Byzantine Emperor from 527 to 565. During his reign, Justinian sought to revive the Empire's greatness and reconquer the lost western half of the classical Roman Empire.One of the most important figures of Late Antiquity and the last Roman Emperor to speak Latin as a first language,

Justino Díaz
Justino Díaz is an internationally renowned bass-baritone opera singer. In 1963, Díaz won an annual contest held at the Metropolitan Opera of New York, becoming the "first" Puerto Rican to obtain such an honor and as a consequence, made his Metropolitan debut on October 1963 in Verdi's Rigoletto as Monterone.-Early years:Díaz was born in San Juan, the

Justus von Liebig
Justus von Liebig was a German chemist who made major contributions to agricultural and biological chemistry, and worked on the organization of organic chemistry. As a professor, he devised the modern laboratory-oriented teaching method, and for such innovations, he is regarded as one of the greatest chemistry teachers of all time

Jute
Jute is a long, soft, shiny vegetable fibre that can be spun into coarse, strong threads. It is produced from plants in the genus Corchorus, which has been classified in the family Tiliaceae, or more recently in Malvaceae.

Jute trade
The Jute trade is currently centered around the Indian subcontinent. The major producing countries of Jute are: Bangladesh, India, China, Thailand, Myanmar. Bangladesh is the largest exporter of raw jute, and India is the largest producer as well as largest consumer of jute products in the world. Therefore, the local price of raw Jute in Bangladesh is the international price

Jutes
The Jutes, Iuti, or Iutæ were a Germanic people who, according to Bede, were one of the three most powerful Germanic peoples of their time, the other two being the Saxons and the Angles

Juticalpa, Olancho
Juticalpa is the capital of Olancho Department in Honduras. Situated in a broad river valley alongside the Rio Juticalpa, the town is the commercial center for much of Olancho's ranching and agricultural economy.-Geography:

Jutland Peninsula
The Jutland Peninsula or more historically the Cimbrian Peninsula is a peninsula in Europe, divided between Denmark and Germany. The names are derived from the Jutes and the Cimbri.

Juvenal
The Satires are a collection of satirical poems by the Latin author Juvenal written in the late 1st and early 2nd centuries AD.Juvenal is credited with sixteen known poems divided among five books; all are in the Roman genre of satire, which, at its most basic in the time of the author, comprised a wide-ranging discussion of society and social mores in dactylic hexameter

Juvenile idiopathic arthritis
Juvenile idiopathic arthritis is the most common form of persistent arthritis in children. JIA is a subset of arthritis seen in childhood, which may be transient and

Juvenile jazz band
Juvenile jazz bands are a type of children's marching band that started in the 20th century almost exclusively in working class mining areas of the North of England and the Midlands, with a few bands in the mining areas of Wales. Historically, the bands originated in the tradition of coal miners' union marches and colliery brass bands

Juwayriya bint al-Harith
Juwayriyya bint al-Harith was married to Muhammad, the Islamic prophet when he was 58 years old and she was 20, thus placing the marriage in 628

JV 44
Jagdverband 44 was a special fighter unit of top German fighter ace pilots in the Luftwaffe during the last months of World War II. The main aircraft used by the unit was the Messerschmitt Me 262 jet fighter