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Faust (graphic novel)
Faust is the collective name of several series of comic books by Tim Vigil and David Quinn , published by Rebel Studios and Avatar Press. Writer David Quinn wrote that his work's tone and anti-hero main character may have been inspirations for Spawn.The series are known for their strong graphic violence and sexual situations

Faust (magazine)
is a literary magazine published irregularly by Kodansha since 2003. Self-described as a "Fighting illustory magazine." Square bound like novels, all volumes have remained in print. Faust features young writers and a style derived from light novels

Faust (manga)
is a manga by Osamu Tezuka that was published as a book in 1950.-Plot:Based on Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's closet play Faust, Osamu Tezuka came up with his own version of the classic German story.

Faust (paintings)
Faust is a series of approximately 100 paintings created between 1976 and 1979 by Nabil Kanso. The paintings depict figural compositions in a sequence of scenes whose subjects are loosely based on Goethe’s Faust Part One and Part Two

Fauteuil
A fauteuil is a style of open-arm chair with a primarily exposed wooden frame originating in France in the early 18th century. A fauteuil is made of wood, and frequently with carved relief ornament. It is typically upholstered on the seat, the seat back and on the arms . Some fauteuils have a valenced front seat rail which is padding that extends slightly over the apron

Faux
'Faux is a French word for "false".When manufacturing faux objects or materials, an attempt is often made to create products which will resemble the imitated items as closely as possible

Faux pas
A faux pas is a violation of accepted social norms . Faux pas vary widely from culture to culture, and what is considered good manners in one culture can be considered a faux pas in another

Favor
Favor, Favour, or Favors, may refer to:* Favor , a deed in which help is voluntarily provided* Party favor, a small gift given to the guests at a party

Favorite (disambiguation)
A favourite or favorite is the intimate companion of a ruler or other important person.Favorite or favourite may also refer to:*Favorite , an Aurore class submarine of the French navy*Favorite , German rapper

Favorite (Q195)
The Favorite was an Aurore class submarine of the French navy. She was captured by the Germans in June 1940 and recommissioned in the Kriegsmarine as UF-2 in May 1941.- Career :

Favorites (album)
Favorites is a compilation album of hit songs by singer Johnny Gill.In October 2004, Rub You The Right Way appeared in popular videogame Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, playing on fictional New Jack Swing radio station CSR 103.9.

Favorites (Crystal Gayle album)
Favorites is a compilation album by the American country music singer Crystal Gayle. It was released in 1980, only a short time after another compilation album, Classic Crystal, though consisted of her lesser known songs from the period she was signed to United Artists Records.The album peaked at #37 on the Billboard Country Albums chart, and #149 on the main Billboard 200

Favourite
A favourite , or favorite , was the intimate companion of a ruler or other important person. In medieval and Early Modern Europe, among other times and places, the term is used of individuals delegated significant political power by a ruler

Favus
Favus is a disease usually affecting the scalp, but occurring occasionally on any part of the skin, and even at times on mucous membranes.-Presentation:

Fawcett (surname)
Fawcett as a surname may refer to:*Benjamin Fawcett , English woodblock colour printer*Brian Fawcett , Canadian poet and novelist*Cesar Fawcett, Colombian footballer*Charles Fawcett, British historian

Fawn (colour)
Fawn is a light yellowish brown colour that is usually used in reference to a dog's coat colour.The first recorded use of fawn as a colour name in English was in 1789.-Fawn in animal breeds:Dog Breeds

Fax
Fax , sometimes called telecopying, is the telephonic transmission of scanned printed material , normally to a telephone number connected to a printer or other output device

Fax (disambiguation)
Fax, short for facsimile, is a telecommunications technology used to transfer copies of documents over the telephone network.Fax may also refer to:* FAX +49-69/450464, a German record company releasing ambient music

Faxeladol
Faxeladol is an opioid analgesic. It is related to tramadol and ciramadol.Just like tramadol, it is believed faxeladol would have pain-relieving, and potent anti-depressant effects, due to its action on serotonin and noradrenaline.

Faxi
The Faxi waterfall is located on the Golden Circle, a popular tourist trail east of Reykjavik. The waterfall is located on the Tungufljót river.

Fay (TV series)
Fay was a TV series starring Lee Grant as Fay Stewart, a woman in her 40s who after 25 years of marriage to attorney Jack Stewart started a new job and begin dating.

Fays
Fays may refer to:*places in France:**Fays, Haute-Marne, a commune in the Haute-Marne department**Fays, Vosges, a commune in the Vosges department**Fays-la-Chapelle, a commune in the Aube department**Les Deux-Fays, a commune in the Jura department

Fayu
The Fayu are an ethnic group that live in an area of swampland in New Guinea. When first contacted by westerners they numbered about 400; a number reduced from about 2000 due to violence within the group. The Fayu generally live in single family groups with gatherings of several such groups once or twice a year to exchange brides

Faze
Faze means to frighten or cause hesitation to someone.Faze may also refer to:* Faze , a Canadian magazine* Faze , a Nigerian musician* FaZe , a trickshotting team in Call of Duty

FC Kiffen 08
Kronohagens Idrottsforening is a sports club from Helsinki, Finland. The club was founded on 27 September 1908, and has been mainly known for the achievements of its association football and handball teams. In the past the club also played at the top level in ice hockey and has won the Kalevan maljan in athletics

FCS
-Companies, groups and organizations:* the New York Stock Exchange stock trading symbol for Fairchild Semiconductor, an American semiconductor company based in San Jose, California* FCS Control Systems, a Dutch aerospace company

FE
Fe or FE may refer to:* Iron * Fe , the f-rune of the Younger Futhark* Fe * Fe * "Fe" , a song by Jorge González

Fe (album)
Fe is the debut album by Chicago-based alternative country band Souled American. It was released in 1988 by Rough Trade Records, and re-released, as part of the Framed box set, by tUMULt Records in 1999

Feague
An 1811 dictionary states: "to feague a horse is to put ginger up a horse’s fundament, and formerly, as it is said, a live eel, to make him lively and carry his tail well

Fealty
An oath of fealty, from the Latin fidelitas , is a pledge of allegiance of one person to another. Typically the oath is made upon a religious object such as a Bible or saint's relic, often contained within an altar, thus binding the oath-taker before God.In medieval Europe, fealty was sworn between two people, the obliged person and a person of

Fear
Fear is a distressing negative sensation induced by a perceived threat. It is a basic survival mechanism occurring in response to a specific stimulus, such as pain or the threat of danger

Fear (1990 film)
Fear is a thriller/horror/suspense film. It is directed by Rockne S. O'Bannon and stars Ally Sheedy, Pruitt Taylor Vince, Michael O'Keefe, Lauren Hutton, Keone Young, Stan Shaw, Dean Goodman, Don Hood and Jonathan Prince.-Plot summary:

Fear (2006 novel)
Fear is a 2006 thriller by Jeff Abbott. Texas Monthly described the novel as a "pharmaco-thriller about a clandestine medical clinic".-Plot:Miles Kendrick suffers from Post-traumatic stress disorder and is in a witness protection program. When his psychiatrist is targeted and killed he feels somehow responsible and sets about trying to find out why she was killed and avenge her death

Fear (Doctor Who audio)
Fear is a Big Finish Productions audio drama based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who. It is part two of a four part miniseries.- Plot :THERE IS A CONSPIRACY AT THE HEART OF EARTH'S GOVERNMENT.

Fear (Royal Hunt album)
Fear is the fifth studio album released by Danish progressive metal band Royal Hunt.-Track listing:All songs written by André Andersen.# "Fear" – 9:38# "Faces of War" – 6:56# "Cold City Lights" – 5:23# "Lies" – 7:44# "Follow Me" – 6:22

Fearing
Fearing may refer to:* Fearing Township, Washington County, Ohio, United States* Patricia Fearing, a James Bond characterPeople with the surname Fearing:* Dean Fearing , American chef

Fearless
-Film and television:* Fearless , a drama directed by Peter Weir* Fearless , an action film starring Jet Li* Fearless , a TV pilot based on the Francine Pascal series, starring Rachel Leigh Cook

Fearless (comics)
Fearless is four-issue limited series is written by Mark Sable and David Roth, with art by PJ Holden, and is published by Image Comics.The seris is the story of Adam Rygert, a superhero who must depend on an anti-fear drug to keep his crippling anxiety at bay.-External links:*, Comics Radar, September 23, 2007

Fearless (Cowboy Mouth) (album)
Fearless is Cowboy Mouth's eleventh album, released September 23, 2008.-Track listing:# "Anything"# "Belly"# "Tell the Girl Ur Sorry"# "I Believe"# "Kelly Ripa"# "Kiss da Baby"# "Outside Looking In"# "Follow Me"# "Disconnected"# "Drown"

Fearless (Jazmine Sullivan album)
Fearless is the debut album of American R&B recording artist Jazmine Sullivan, released September 23, 2008, on J Records. Production for the album took place during 2007 to 2008 and was handled by several record producers, including Missy Elliott, Stargate, Carvin & Ivan, Wyclef Jean, and Salaam Remi.The album debuted at number six on the US Billboard 200 chart, selling 65,000

Fearless (Terri Clark album)
Fearless is Canadian country music singer Terri Clark's fourth studio album. It was released in 2000 on Mercury Nashville. The album produced three singles in "A Little Gasoline", "No Fear" and "Getting There", which respectively reached #13, #27, and #41 on the Billboard country charts. A fourth single, "Empty", failed to chart

Fearless (Vaughn album)
Fearless is the second album from Vaughn, a hard rock band formed from the ashes of Tyketto.

Fearn
Last name: Fearner is derived from To fearn is an old word for navigating a boat, by any means.Fearn may refer to:* Fearn , the third letter of the Ogham alphabet, as named in Irish* Hill of Fearn, a village in Easter Ross, Scotland

Fears (album)
Fears is a studio album released in 1997 by Polish industrial death metal band Atrophia Red Sun.-Track listing:# Claptrap - 4:55# Goddess of Fortune - 6:48# Tell Me - 6:17# This World - 3:52# Gulf Song - 2:48# Fear - 5:38# Master Queen - 5:15

Fears (surname)
Fears is an American surname, and may refer to:* Ivan Fears , American football coach* J. Rufus Fears , American historian, scholar, teacher and author* Peggy Fears , American actress

Fears in the Water
Fears In the Water is the debut album by The Vincent Black Shadow, released on July 11, 2006, by Bodog.-Track listing:-Personnel:Fears in the Water album personnel as listed on Allmusic.The Vincent Black Shadow*Cassandra Ford -Vocals

Feasibility
Feasibility may refer to:*Logical possibility, that which is achievable.*Feasible region, a region that satisfies mathematical constraints*Feasibility study, a preliminary study to determine a project's viability.

Feast
Feast may refer to:* Banquet, a large meal* A Festival or feria* Ramadan, Muslim's holy month* Nineteen Day Feast, a monthly meeting held in Bahá'í communities to worship, consult, and socialize.

Feast (album)
-Critical reception:Record Mirror praised the album by the note of 4/5, and Paul Prayag wrote: "Siouxsie and Budgie are wondering deeper and deeper into a jungle that looks like having no easily definable boundaries"

Feast of Fools (podcast)
The Feast of Fun podcast is a Chicago, Illinois-based talk show hosted by Fausto Fernós and Marc Felion that showcases celebrity guests, artists, musicians, actors, and members of the GLBT community and those who support them

Feast or Famine (Chuck Ragan album)
Feast or Famine is the debut studio album by Chuck Ragan. It was recorded in 2007 at Mad Dog Studios in Burbank, California. It was produced by Ted Hutt, engineered by Ryan Mall and mixed by both Hutt and Mall.-Track listing:#"The Boat" – 3:20

Feat
A feat is a rare or difficult act or accomplishment.Feat may also refer to:*An abbreviation for 'featuring' used in credit lists to indicate a guest appearance .*Far Eastern Air Transport - initialism FEAT

Featherbed
A featherbed is a type of bedding traditionally used on top of mattresses to help make them softer. They can be made either with feathers, down, or a combination of both materials

Feathering (disambiguation)
Feathering may refer to:* Feathering, a technique used in computer graphics to blur edges.* Feathering , an atmospheric reentry technique for spacecraft

Feathering (horse)
Feathering, or feather, is a term used to describe the long hair on the lower legs and fetlocks of some breeds of horse and pony. On some horses, especially draft breeds, the hair can almost cover the hooves

Feathers (Dead Meadow album)
Feathers is the fifth album by the Washington, D.C. based rock band Dead Meadow. It was released in 2005 by Matador Records on CD and LP.-Track listing:#"Let's Jump In" - 4:19#"Such Hawks Such Hounds" - 3:19#"Get Up on Down" - 5:27#"Heaven" - 6:05

Feature
A feature is a distinct property or piece, which may refer to:- Science and technology :* Feature is an intentional distinguishing characteristic of a software item .

FEB
FEB can stand for*Brazilian Expeditionary Force *Spanish Basketball Federation, *Federatie Eredivisie Basketball, the former name of the Dutch Basketball League, the top professional basketball league in the Netherlands

February
February is the second month of the year in the Julian and Gregorian calendars. It is the shortest month and the only month with fewer than 30 days. The month has 28 days in common years and 29 days in leap years

February (2003 film)
February is a 2003 Thai romance-drama film, written and directed by Yuthlert Sippapak. The involves a young Thai woman with a terminal illness who goes to New York City to live her final months, is hit by a car and then develops amnesia, forgetting that she's in need of medical care.

February (disambiguation)
February is the second month of the Gregorian calendarFebruary may also refer to:*"February", a song by Dar Williams from her 1996 album Mortal City

Fecal Matter
Fecal Matter was a short-lived punk band from Aberdeen, Washington, that formed in late 1985. It was the first band conceived by Kurt Cobain, who would become famous as the frontman and guitarist of the seminal grunge band, Nirvana. The band recorded only one demo tape, Illiteracy Will Prevail, which remains officially unreleased with the exception of the song "Spank Thru"

Fecundity
Fecundity, derived from the word fecund, generally refers to the ability to reproduce. In demography, fecundity is the potential reproductive capacity of an individual or population. In biology, the definition is more equivalent to fertility, or the actual reproductive rate of an organism or population, measured by the number of gametes , seed set, or asexual propagules

FED
The Fed is the informal name of the Federal Reserve System, the central bank of the United States.Fed or FED may also refer to:

Federal (album)
Federal is the debut album by American rapper E-40, released November 10, 1993 on Sick Wid It Records. It peaked at number 80 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.Jive records reissued Federal in 1995 with three tracks missing.

Karel Capek
Karel Čapek was Czech writer of the 20th century.-Biography:Born in 1890 in the Bohemian mountain village of Malé Svatoňovice to an overbearing, emotional mother and a distant yet adored father, Čapek was the youngest of three siblings

Karen Armstrong
Karen Armstrong FRSL , is a British author and commentator who is the author of twelve books on comparative religion. A former Roman Catholic nun, she went from a conservative to a more liberal and mystical faith

Karen Carpenter
Karen Anne Carpenter was an American singer and drummer. She and her brother, Richard, formed the 1970s duo The Carpenters. She was a drummer of exceptional skill, but she is best remembered for her vocal performances of idealistic romantic ballads of true love

Karen Dianne Baldwin
Karen Dianne Baldwin, is the first Canadian winner of Miss Universe.-Early life:Before becoming Miss Universe, she attended London Central Secondary School in London, Ontario.-Miss Universe:

Karen Hesse
Karen Hesse is an American author of children's literature and literature for young adults, often with historical settings.-Life:

Karen Kain
Karen Alexandria Kain, CC is a retired Canadian ballet dancer, and currently the Artistic Director of the National Ballet of Canada.-Early Training:

Karen Killilea
Karen Ann Killilea is the subject of two bestselling books by her mother Marie Killilea, Karen and With Love from Karen. These books were groundbreaking by asserting that children with cerebral palsy could lead productive lives.

Karen Marie Moning
Karen Marie Moning, born in Cincinnati Ohio, is a #1 New York Times bestselling author best known for her adult-themed Urban Fantasy FEVER series. She also wrote the Highlander series

Karen people
The Karen or Kayin people , are a Sino-Tibetan language speaking ethnic group which resides primarily in southern and southeastern Burma . The Karen make up approximately 7 percent of the total Burmese population of approximately 50 million people

Karen Tumulty
Karen Tumulty is a national political correspondent for The Washington Post. Before joining the Post, Tumulty wrote for Time from October 1994 to April 2010. She was a Congressional correspondent as well as the National Political Correspondent based in Washington D.C

Karenia brevis
Karenia brevis is a marine dinoflagellate common in Gulf of Mexico waters, and is the organism responsible for Florida red tide, as well as red tide in Texas.-Description:K

Kargil War
The Kargil War ,, also known as the Kargil conflict, was an armed conflict between India and Pakistan that took place between May and July 1999 in the Kargil district of Kashmir and elsewhere along the Line of Control

Kariba Dam
The Kariba Dam is a hydroelectric dam in the Kariba Gorge of the Zambezi river basin between Zambia and Zimbabwe. It is one of the largest dams in the world, standing tall and long.- Construction :

Karikala Chola
Karikala Chola or Karikala Chozhan was one of the great Tamil kings of Early Chola during the Sangam period. He was the son of Ilamcetcenni and ruled around 270 BC.

Karin Slaughter
-Personal Life:Karin Slaughter is an American crime writer, whose first novel Blindsighted became an international success, was published in almost 30 languages, and made the Crime Writers' Association's Dagger Award shortlist for "Best Thriller Debut" of 2001.Fractured, the second novel in the Will Trent series, debuted at number one in the

Karl Albrecht
Karl Hans Albrecht is a German entrepreneur who founded the discount supermarket chain Aldi with his brother Theo. He is among the richest men in the world, with an estimated net worth in 2011 of $25.5 billion according to Forbes, which ranks him 12th in its 2011 list of billionaires - making him the oldest billionaire in the Top 20 list

Karl Blossfeldt
Karl Blossfeldt was a German photographer, sculptor, teacher and artist who worked in Berlin, Germany. He is best known for his close-up photographs of plants and living things. He was inspired, as was his father, by nature and the way in which plants grow

Karl Brandt (Nazi physician)
Karl Brandt was a German Nazi war criminal. He rose to the rank of SS-Gruppenführer in the Allgemeine-SS and SS-Brigadeführer in the Waffen-SS. Among other positions, Brandt headed the administration of the Nazi euthanasia program from 1939 onwards and was selected as Adolf Hitler's personal physician in August 1934

Karl Eugen Neumann
Karl Eugen Neumann was the first translator of large parts of the Pali Canon of Buddhist scriptures from the original Pali into a European language and one of the pioneers of European Buddhism.

Karl Habsburg-Lothringen
Karl von Habsburg , referred to in Austria as Karl Habsburg-Lothringen, in France as Charles de Habsbourg-Lorraine, in the Czech Lands as Karel Habsbursko-Lotrinský, in Hungary as Habsburg Károly, and by his royal name as Archduke Karl of Austria, is an Austrian politician,

Karl Hermann Frank
Karl Hermann Frank was a prominent Sudeten German Nazi official in Czechoslovakia prior to and during World War II and an SS-Obergruppenführer

Karl Leisner
Blessed Karl Leisner was a Roman Catholic priest interned in the Dachau concentration camp. He died of tuberculosis shortly after being liberated by the Allied forces

Karl Malone
Karl Anthony Malone , nicknamed "The Mailman", is a retired American professional basketball power forward who spent the majority of his career with the Utah Jazz of the National Basketball Association . Malone spent his first 18 seasons with the Jazz and formed a formidable duo with his teammate John Stockton

Karl Marx
Karl Heinrich Marx was a German philosopher, economist, sociologist, historian, journalist, and revolutionary socialist. His ideas played a significant role in the development of social science and the socialist political movement

Karl Menninger
Karl Augustus Menninger , was an American psychiatrist and a member of the famous Menninger family of psychiatrists who founded the Menninger Foundation and the Menninger Clinic in Topeka, Kansas.- Biography :

Karl Pilkington
Karl Pilkington is a British podcaster, author, television personality and former radio producer. He is best known for the Sky travel series, An Idiot Abroad, which was also presented in the United States on the Science Channel, in Canada on Discovery Channel and in Australia on One HD, and The Ricky Gervais Show with Ricky Gervais and Stephen

Karl Weierstrass
Karl Theodor Wilhelm Weierstrass was a German mathematician who is often cited as the "father of modern analysis".- Biography :Weierstrass was born in Ostenfelde, part of Ennigerloh, Province of Westphalia.

Karla Faye Tucker
Karla Faye Tucker was convicted of murder in Texas in 1984 and put to death in 1998. She was the first woman to be executed in the United States since 1984, and the first in Texas since 1863

Karlsruhe
The City of Karlsruhe is a city in the southwest of Germany, in the state of Baden-Württemberg, located near the French-German border.Karlsruhe was founded in 1715 as Karlsruhe Palace, when Germany was a series of principalities and city states

Karma Yoga
Karma yoga , or the "discipline of action" is a form of yoga based on the teachings of the Bhagavad Gita, a sacred Sanskrit scripture of Hinduism. Of the four paths to realization, karma yoga is the science of achieving perfection in action

Karmann
Wilhelm Karmann GmbH, commonly known simply as Karmann, in Osnabrück, Germany was until 2009 the largest independent motor vehicle manufacturing company in Germany

Karnamak-i Artaxshir-i Papakan
The Kārnāmag-ī Ardaxšīr-ī Pābagān or Book of the Deeds of Ardashir, Son of Papag, is a mythological Middle Persian tale written in the Sassanid period .

Karol Swierczewski
Karol Wacław Świerczewski was a Pole who became a Soviet military officer and a general. He served as a general in the service of the Soviet Union, Republican Spain, and the Soviet sponsored Polish Provisional Government of National Unity after World War II.- Life :Karol Świerczewski grew up in a poor working class family

Karoo
The Karoo is a semi-desert region of South Africa. It has two main sub-regions - the Great Karoo in the north and the Little Karoo in the south. The 'High' Karoo is one of the distinct physiographic provinces of the larger South African Platform division.-Great Karoo:The Great Karoo has an area of more than 400,000 square kilometers

Kart racing
Kart racing or karting is a variant of open-wheel motorsport with small, open, four-wheeled vehicles called karts, go-karts, or gearbox/shifter karts depending on the design. They are usually raced on scaled-down circuits

Karuk
Karuk is an indigenous people of California in the United States.The tribal headquarters, located off State Route 96, is in the town of Happy Camp, California. Currently the tribe has three tribal board meeting places, in Yreka, Happy Camp, and Orleans

Karun-3 dam
The Karun-3 dam is a hydroelectric dam on the Karun river in the province of Khuzestan, Iran. It was built to help meet Iran's energy demands as well as to provide flood control. The Karun has the highest discharge of Iran's rivers.

Karwar
Karwar is the administrative headquarters of Uttara Kannada district in Karnataka, India. It is a seaside town situated on the banks of the Kali river which is on the west coast of the Indian peninsula. The town lies about 15 kilometres south of the Karnataka–Goa border and 519 km north-west of Bangalore

Karylle
Ana Karylle Padilla Tatlonghari , better known as simply Karylle, has established herself as one of the most talented showbiz personalities in the Philippines. She is a respected singer, actress, TV host, athlete, and a writer/blogger.

Karyn Kupcinet
Karyn Kupcinet was an American actress who was found dead at her West Hollywood, California home, in the days following the JFK assassination. It has been theorized that her death, officially ruled a homicide, was connected to the assassination or was the result of an accidental fall

Karyn White
Karyn White was a new jack swing singer who became popular during the late 1980s.-Biography:White was born in Los Angeles,to the parentage of Vivian and Clarence White. She is the youngest of five children

Kasane
Kasane is a town in Botswana, close to Africa's 'Four Corners', where four countries almost meet: Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe. It is at the far north-eastern corner of Botswana where it serves as the administrative center of the Chobe District

Kasba Lake
Kasba Lake is a lake in the northern Canadian wilderness. The majority of the lake lies within the Northwest Territories but a small section is in Nunavut.-See also:*Kasba Lake Airport*Kasba Lake Water Aerodrome*List of lakes in the Northwest Territories

Kasey Keller
Kasey Keller is a retired American soccer player who last played for Seattle Sounders FC in Major League Soccer.

Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument
Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument, located 40 miles southwest of Santa Fe, New Mexico , is a Bureau of Land Management managed site that was established as a U.S

Kashagan Field
Kashagan Field is an offshore oil field located in Kazakhstan. The field is situated in the northern part of the Caspian Sea close to the Kazakhstan city of Atyrau. The field was discovered in 2000 and was one of the larger discoveries in that decade, it is estimated that the Kashagan Field has commercial reserves from to of oil

Kashmiri Pandit
The Kashmiri Pandits are a Hindu Brahmin community originating from Kashmir, a mountainous region in South Asia.-Background:The Hindu caste system of the region was influenced by the influx of Buddhism from the time of Asoka, around the third century BCE, and a consequence of this was that the traditional lines of varna were blurred, with the exception of that for the Brahmins,

Kashubians
Kashubians/Kaszubians , also called Kashubs, Kashubes, Kaszubians, Kassubians or Cassubians, are a West Slavic ethnic group in Pomerelia, north-central Poland. Their settlement area is referred to as Kashubia .

Kastl Abbey
Kastl Abbey is a former Benedictine monastery in Kastl in the Upper Palatinate, Bavaria.-History:The monastery, dedicated to Saint Peter, was founded in 1103, or shortly before, by Count Berengar I of Sulzbach together with Frederick and Otto, Counts of Kastl-Habsberg.It was dissolved in 1563 in the course of the Reformation, but re-established as a Catholic

Kastoria
Kastoria is a city in northern Greece in the periphery of West Macedonia. It is the capital of Kastoria peripheral unit. It is situated on a promontory on the western shore of Lake Orestiada, in a valley surrounded by limestone mountains

Kasturbhai Lalbhai
Kasturbhai Lalbhai was an Indian industrialist. He was widely perceived as a nationalist businessman akin to G. D. Birla.- Early life :

Katanga Province
Katanga Province is one of the provinces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Between 1971 and 1997, its official name was Shaba Province. Under the new constitution, the province was to be replaced by four smaller provinces by February 2009; this did not actually take place.Katanga's regional capital is Lubumbashi

Kate DiCamillo
Katrina Elizabeth "Kate" DiCamillo is an American children's author. She is known for the Newbery Medal-winning book The Tale of Despereaux, the Newbery Honor book Because of Winn-Dixie, and the Mercy Watson series, plus numerous other award-winning and honored books.-Early life:Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, DiCamillo suffered from chronic pneumonia

Kate Harrington (poet)
Kate Harrington, born Rebecca Harrington Smith and later known as Rebecca Smith Pollard, was an American teacher, writer and poet. She was born in Allegheny City, Pennsylvania on September 20, 1831. She spent her most productive years in Iowa. She died in Ft. Madison on May 29, 1917. Her father, Prof. N.R. Smith, was a playwright and an authority on Shakespeare

Kate Lundy
Kate Alexandra Lundy is a member of the Australian Senate, representing the Australian Capital Territory.Born in Sydney, Lundy dropped out of Year 11 without telling her parents and went to work on a construction site

Kate Maberly
Kate Elizabeth Cameron Maberly is an English actress and musician. She has appeared in film, television, radio and on stage.-Early life:

Kate McEnery
Kate McEnery is an English actress, best known for her roles as Colin Farrell's love interest in the BBC Northern Ireland series, Ballykissangel and as Jodie Nash in the Channel 4 teen soap opera Hollyoaks from 2001 to 2003. She attended Tiffin Girls' School in Surrey. She is the daughter of the actors Julie Peasgood and Peter McEnery.- External links :*

Kate Middleton
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge , is the wife of Prince William, Duke of Cambridge. The Duke of Cambridge is second in line to the thrones of the sixteen Commonwealth realms and, when he becomes king , she will become queen consort

Kate Sheppard
Katherine Wilson Sheppard Some sources, eg give a birth year of 1847; others eg give a birth year of 1848. was the most prominent member of New Zealand's women's suffrage movement, and is the country's most famous suffragette

Kate Smith
Kathryn Elizabeth "Kate" Smith was an American Popular singer, best known for her rendition of Irving Berlin's "God Bless America". Smith had a radio, television, and recording career spanning five decades, which reached its pinnacle in the 1940s.Smith was born in Greenville, Virginia

Kate Thornton
Kate Thornton is an English journalist and television presenter. Early in her career, she was notable for her articles at the Daily Mirror and for her role as editor of Smash Hits magazine

Kateri Tekakwitha
Kateri Tekakwitha or Catherine Tekakwitha was a Mohawk-Algonquian woman from New York and an early convert to Catholicism, who has been beatified in the Roman Catholic Church.-Her life:

Katharine Drexel
Saint Katharine Drexel, S.B.S., was an American Religious Sister, heiress, philanthropist and educator, later canonized as a Roman Catholic saint.-Life and religious work:

Katharine Hepburn
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