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A federation , also known as a federal state, is a type of sovereign state characterized by a union of partially self-governing states or regions united by a central government

Federation (novel)
Federation a science fiction novel, written by Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens, is a tie-together chronicle that brings the original Enterprise adventures of James T. Kirk close to an encounter with the Enterprise-D adventures of Jean-Luc Picard.-Plot summary:The first half of the novel involves three parallel arcs

Fedora (disambiguation)
A fedora is a type of hat.Fedora may also refer to:- In computing :* Fedora , a Linux distribution** Fedora Project** Fedora Directory Server* Fedora , open-source repository software- In the arts :

Fedora (film)
Fedora is a 1978 American drama film directed by Billy Wilder. The screenplay by Wilder and I.A.L. Diamond is based on a novella by Tom Tryon included in his collection Crowned Heads, published in 1976.-Plot:

Fedora (KGB Agent)
Fedora was the codename for Yerbas Lichi or Victor Mechislavich Lesovski , a KGB-agent that infiltrated the United Nations during the Cold War, from where he very successfully sabotaged American intelligence agencies by supplying false information. His cover was his work as a Soviet ambassador in the United Nations' headquarters in New York

Fedora (operating system)
Fedora is a RPM-based, general purpose collection of software, including an operating system based on the Linux kernel, developed by the community-supported Fedora Project and sponsored by Red Hat

A fee is the price one pays as remuneration for services. Fees usually allow for overhead, wages, costs, and markup.Traditionally, professionals in Great Britain received a fee in contradistinction to a payment, salary, or wage, and would often use guineas rather than pounds as units of account

Fee (disambiguation)
Fee may refer to:* Fee , a payment for services* Fee , a feudal landholding* Knight's fee, a Fee large enough to support a knight* Fee simple, a form of estate in land in common law

Fee simple
In English law, a fee simple is an estate in land, a form of freehold ownership. It is the most common way that real estate is owned in common law countries, and is ordinarily the most complete ownership interest that can be had in real property short of allodial title, which is often reserved for governments

Feeble may refer to:* Feeble-minded* Feeble, one of the imaginary anthropomorphic characters of the 1989 film Meet the Feebles* Feeble, Travis Barker's first punk band* Feeble grind, a type of skateboarding trick

Feed may refer to:In animal foodstuffs:* Compound feed, feedstuffs that are blended from various raw materials and additives* Fodder , any foodstuff that is used specifically to feed domesticated livestockIn computing:

Feedback (radio series)
Feedback is a series broadcast on BBC Radio 4, presented by Roger Bolton.-History:Originally a 15 minute programme, it began in 1979 replacing Disgusted of Tunbridge Wells. Amongst its earlier presenters were Colin Semper, a former head of Religious Broadcasting, and Susan Marling. Mary Whitehouse, a notable critic of modern culture, was a temporary presenter in the mid-1980s

Feedback (song)
"Feedback" is a song by American singer Janet Jackson. The R&B/dance-pop song was written by Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins, Dernst Emile, Tasleema Yasin, and LaShawn Daniels, and was produced by D'Mile and Jerkins. "Feedback" was released as the lead single from Jackson's tenth studio album, Discipline. In December 2007, the song was announced as the lead single from the album

-Technology:* Feeder , any of several devices used in apiculture to supplement or replace natural food sources* Feeder , another name for a riser, a reservoir built into a metal casting mold to prevent cavities due to shrinkage

Feeding is the process by which organisms, typically animals, obtain food. Terminology often uses either the suffix -vore from Latin vorare, meaning 'to devour', or phagy, from Greek φαγειν, meaning 'to eat'.-Evolutionary history:

Feeding Frenzy (disambiguation)
Feeding Frenzy may refer to:*Feeding frenzy, rapid feeding by predatory animals**Media feeding frenzy, intense journalistic attention* Feeding Frenzy , an album by Darediablo* Feeding Frenzy: Jimmy Buffett Live!

- Music :*"Feel" , a 2006 single by Kumi Koda*"Feel" , a 2002 single by Robbie Williams*"Feel", the final track from Stereophonics' 2004 album Language. Sex. Violence

Feel (album)
Feel is an album by Human Drama, released by RCA Records in 1989.-Track listing:#"Death of an Angel"#"Never Never"#"I Could Be a Killer"#"Tumble"#"Through My Eyes"#"The Waiting Hour"#"Dying in a Moment of Splendor"#"Heaven on Earth"#"Old Man"

Feel (band)
Feel is a Polish band which was formed in Katowice in 2005.Originally called 'Q2', the band later adopted 'Kupicha Band' as its name and then finally 'Feel'.The group released its debut album 'Feel' on November 26, 2007

Feel (Feel album)
Feel is first album released by a Polish pop rock band Feel. The album has earned Diamond certification in Poland.- Track listing :#A gdy jest już ciemno#No pokaż na co cię stać#W odpowiedzi na twój list#W ciemną noc#Jak anioła głos#To długa rzeka

Feel (Glenn Hughes album)
Feel is a studio album by former Deep Purple, Black Sabbath and Trapeze vocalist/ bassist Glenn Hughes. It was released in 1995 on Zero Corporation and SPV records and was Hughes’ fourth solo studio album.-History:

Feel (Nagisa Ni te album)
Feel is the third studio album by Japanese psychedelic-folk rock duo Nagisa Ni te. It was released in 2002 by Org Records. In 2002, P-Vine Records re-released this album followed by Jagjaguwar in 2002 for North American/European distribution.

Feel Free (Kano song)
"Feel Free" is the second single by British rapper Kano from his second studio album London Town, after "This Is the Girl". The song features Blur and Gorillaz member Damon Albarn

Feeler is the second album by Australian singer-songwriter Pete Murray. Released on 21 July 2003, it went to number one on the Australian album charts on 29 March 2004 and to that date, achieved triple platinum status.-Making of the album:

Feeler (Toadies)
Feeler was supposed to have been the Toadies's follow-up album to the critically acclaimed Rubberneck; however, its release was denied by Interscope Records. In June 2010 the band announced that they had re-entered the studio to "rediscover" and re-record the album

Feeling is the nominalization of the verb to feel. The word was first used in the English language to describe the physical sensation of touch through either experience or perception. The word is also used to describe experiences, other than the physical sensation of touch, such as "a feeling of warmth"

Feelings is an album by David Byrne, released on June 17, 1997.Cover art by Stefan Sagmeister.-Track listing:All tracks written by David Byrne; additional writers in parenthesis.#"Fuzzy Freaky"  – 4:59

Feelings can refer to:* Feelings, the plural of feeling* "Feelings" , a 1975 song by Loulou Gaste, made famous by Morris Albert* Feelings , 1977* Feelings , 1997

Feelings (song)
"Feelings" is a song based on a melody composed by Loulou Gasté and made famous by Morris Albert, who recorded it as a single released in 1974 that later appeared as the title track of his 1975 debut album. The song's lyrics, recognizable by their "whoa whoa whoa" chorus, concern the singer's inability to "forget my feelings of love"

Feels is the sixth studio album by American freak folk band Animal Collective, released in October 2005 by FatCat Records. Initial copies contained a bonus disc of live material. It also appeared at #55 on Pitchfork Media's top 200 albums of the 2000s.

Feet of Clay (film)
Feet of Clay is a drama film directed by Cecil B. DeMille, starring Vera Reynolds and Rod La Rocque, and with set design by Norman Bel Geddes. The film is now considered to be a lost film.-Cast:* Vera Reynolds - Amy Loring

Internationally respected digital artists Fehler have been described as "a William Morris for the digital age" .Established in 1994 by Fällt co-founder Christopher Murphy, Christophe Behrens [1,024, Fällt] and Otaku Yakuza [Aubergine, Fällt] Fehler currently exists as a platform for a number of aligned designers and artists to work in a variety of combinations, whilst

FEI may refer to:* Financial Executives International , an American organization for senior-level financial executives* FEI Company, a supplier of electron microscopy tools

Fein (company)
C. & E. Fein GmbH is a manufacturer of high-end power tools founded in 1867 by Wilhelm Emil Fein and his brother Carl Fein. They are located in Stuttgart, Germany. Fein became famous for their grinders, electric screwdrivers and the Fein Multimaster RS. Fein invented the hand-held electric drill in 1895 and was responsible for many other innovations.- External links :**

Feint is a French term that entered English from the discipline of fencing. Feints are maneuvers designed to distract or mislead, done by giving the impression that a certain maneuver will take place, while in fact another, or even none, will

Feist may refer to:* Feist , a specific class of small hunting dogs, though not a recognized pedigree* Feist Publications, a United States telephone directory publisher acquired by Yellow Book in 2004

Feit is a German-language surname and may refer to:* Carl Feit, Jewish American cancer research scientist* Peter Feit* Rosemary Feit Covey , an American printmaker* Walter Feit , Jewish Austrian-American mathematician- See also :

FEL may refer to:*Free electron laser*Front end loader*Front End Loading

Fel is a commune in the Orne department in north-western France.

The family surname Felan is an anglicized variety of an ancient Irish name, Ó Faoláin, which is the name of an important Irish sept which was prominent in a southeast area of Ireland known historically as "The Decies", which today is part of the modern county of Waterford.-Etymology:The word Faoláin is derived from the gaelic word "faol" meaning a wolf, "faoláin" being of the

Felce is a commune in the Haute-Corse department of France on the island of Corsica.-Population:-References:*

Feld is a surname and may refer to:* Bernard T. Feld* Fritz Feld* Jindřich Feld, Czech composer* Judy Feld Carr* Kenneth Feld* Marc Bolan * Zieg Feld* Dart Feld

Feldspars are a group of rock-forming tectosilicate minerals which make up as much as 60% of the Earth's crust.

Felicia (genus)
Felicia is a genus of flowering plants in the daisy family.Species include:*Felicia abyssinica*Felicia alba*Felicia amelloides*Felicia bergeriana*Felicia echinata*Felicia erigeroides*Felicia filifolia

Felicidad (Gloria Estefan song)
"Felicidad" is a song by Gloria Estefan, released as her fifth promotional single, and seventh single in total, and featuring on her second Spanish album Abriendo Puertas.-Song history:

Felicidad (Margherita)
Paying tribute to the newly elected president of the United States of America, Barack Obama, Frank Farian re-recorded Boney M.'s 1980 hit with singers Sherita O. and Yulee B. with slightly re-written lyrics

Felicity is an American prime-time television drama that was produced by Touchstone Television and Imagine Television for The WB Television Network

Felicity (given name)
Felicity is an English feminine given name meaning "happiness". It is derived from the Latin word felicitas meaning "luck, good fortune". It is also used as a form of the Latin name Felicitas, taken from the name of the Ancient Roman goddess Felicitas. It was also the name of Saint Felicity of Rome, a 2nd-century saint venerated by the Roman Catholic Church

Felidae is the biological family of the cats; a member of this family is called a felid. Felids are the strictest carnivores of the thirteen terrestrial families in the order Carnivora, although the three families of marine mammals comprising the superfamily pinnipedia are as carnivorous as the felids

Felidae (disambiguation)
Felidae is the biological family of all cats.Felidae may also refer to:*Felidae , a novel by Akif Pirinçci*Felidae , a 1994 animated film based on the novel

Felidae (film)
Felidae is a 1994 German animated mystery directed by Michael Schaack, written by Martin Kluger, Stefaan Schieder and Akif Pirinçci based on the novel Felidae, produced by Trickompany, and starring Ulrich Tukur, Mario Adorf and Klaus Maria Brandauer. The famed nightmare sequence was directed, designed, and animated by Hayo Freitag

The Feliformia are a suborder within the order Carnivora and includes cats , hyenas, mongooses, civets and related taxa. The other suborder of Carnivora is Caniformia

Feline can refer to:*Felidae, the cat family, which includes lions, tigers and panthers* Felinae, the subfamily of Felidae that includes domestic cats and smaller wild cats*A term for cats* Feline , the late-90's London rock group

Felino (album)
Felino is the only album by Norwegian electronica and tango group Electrocutango, often labeled as Neotango or tango nuevo.It was first released in 2004 by Musikkoperatørene/Rapid Productions, and because of its international success, re-released in 2006 by the Argentine label Random Records and distributed in the US by Larry Dee Entertainment

Felinology is the study of cats. The term has a Latin-Greek origin and comes from the Latin word felinus and the Greek -logos . Felinology is concerned with studying the anatomy, genetics, physiology, and breeding of domestic and wild cats.-External links:**

Felis is a genus of cats in the family Felidae, including the familiar domestic cat and its closest wild relatives. The wild species are distributed widely across Europe, southern and central Asia, and Africa; the domestic cat has been introduced worldwide.Members of the genus Felis are all small felines, with a more or less close resemblance to the domestic cat

Felix (pet food)
Felix is a European brand of cat food. It is owned by Purina, and sold in the United Kingdom, Belgium, Slovenia, the Republic of Ireland, the Netherlands, Germany and Austria, as well as France, Italy, Greece, Sweden and Denmark , and Finland .The Felix brand was acquired from Quaker by Dalgety plc in 1995 and then sold to Nestlé in

“Fell” is a word used to refer to mountains, or certain types of mountainous landscape, in Scandinavia, the Isle of Man, and parts of northern England.- Etymology :

Fell (disambiguation)
Fell is a term used to designate mountains and upland in northern England and other parts of Europe.Other articles on Fell include:-People:* Alfred Fell, Scottish international rugby player * Anthony Fell

Fellah , also alternatively known as Fallah is a peasant, farmer or agricultural laborer in the Middle East and North Africa

Fellatio is an act of oral stimulation of a male's penis by a sexual partner. It involves the stimulation of the penis by the use of the mouth, tongue, or throat. The person who performs fellatio can be referred to as the giving partner, and the other person is the receiving partner

The name Feller can refer to:* William Feller, a mathematician* Catherine Feller, an actor and educator* Karl Feller, an American trade unionist* Bob Feller , was an American former Major League Baseball pitcher and Hall of Famer

Fellers can refer to:* Bonner Fellers, an American colonel in World War II* Sierra Fellers, an amateur skateboarder* Carl R. Fellers, an American food scientist and microbiologist* Carl R. Fellers Award, named for the American food scientist

Felling is the process of downing individual trees, an element of the task of logging.-Hand felling:In hand felling, an axe, saw, or chainsaw is used to drop a tree, followed up by limbing, bucking, and in traditional applications hewing

A fellow in the broadest sense is someone who is an equal or a comrade. The term fellow is also used to describe a person, particularly by those in the upper social classes. It is most often used in an academic context: a fellow is often part of an elite group of learned people who are awarded fellowship to work together as peers in the pursuit of knowledge or practice

Fellow traveller
Fellow traveler or fellow traveller is a term referring to a person who sympathizes with the beliefs of an organization or cooperates in its activities without maintaining formal membership in that particular group

Fellows or Fellowes is a surname and may refer to:People* Ailwyn Fellowes, 1st Baron Ailwyn , British businessman, farmer and politician* Carol Fellowes, 4th Baron Ailwyn , British peer

Kathleen Ferrier
Kathleen Mary Ferrier CBE was an English contralto who achieved an international reputation as a stage, concert and recording artist, with a repertoire extending from folksong and popular ballads to the classical works of Bach, Brahms, Mahler and Elgar

Kathleen Kennedy Townsend
Kathleen Hartington Kennedy Townsend , is an American attorney who was the Lieutenant Governor of Maryland from 1995 to 2003. She ran unsuccessfully for Governor of Maryland in 2002. In 2010 she became the chair of the non-profit American Bridge, an organization that will raise funds for Democratic candidates and causes

Kathmandu Valley
The Kathmandu Valley , located in Nepal, lies at the crossroads of ancient civilizations of Asia, and has at least 130 important monuments, including several places of pilgrimage for the Hindus and the Buddhists. There are seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites within this valley.-Etymology:The city of Kathmandu is named after a structure in Durbar Square called Kaasthamandap

Kathryn Tucker Windham
Kathryn Tucker Windham was an American storyteller, author, photographer, and journalist. She was born in Selma, Alabama and grew up in nearby Thomasville.

Kathy Reichs
Kathleen Joan Toelle "Kathy" Reichs is an American crime writer, forensic anthropologist and academic . She is a professor of anthropology at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, but is currently on indefinite leave

Katie Blair
Katherine Amanda Blair is an American model, beauty queen, and television personality from Billings, Montana, who held the Miss Teen USA 2006 and Miss California USA 2011 title. She was the first person from Montana to win a major pageant title

Katie Douglas
Kathryn Elizabeth “Katie” Douglas is an American professional basketball player for the Indiana Fever in the WNBA

Katie Hnida
Katharine Anne "Katie" Hnida is an American football player who became the first woman to score in an NCAA Division I-A game, college football's highest level

Katla is one of the largest volcanoes in Iceland. It is situated to the north of Vík í Mýrdal and to the east of the smaller glacier Eyjafjallajökull. Its peak reaches in height and is partially covered by the Mýrdalsjökull glacier. The Eldgjá canyon is part of the same volcanic system

Katse Dam
The Katse Dam, a concrete arch dam on the Malibamat'so River in Lesotho, is Africa's second largest dam.

Katsina is a city , and a Local Government Area in northern Nigeria, and is the capital of Katsina State. Katsina is located some 160 miles east of the city of Sokoto, and 84 miles northwest of Kano, close to the border with Niger. As of 2007, Katsina's estimated population was 459,022

Katsina State
Katsina State is a state in northern Nigeria. Its capital is Katsina, and its governor is Ibrahim Shema, a member of the People's Democratic Party

Katsuaki Watanabe
is vice chairman of Toyota Motor Corporation. He was president and CEO of the company before Akio Toyoda assumed those positions on June 23, 2009.Watanabe, who earned a degree in economics from Tokyo's Keio University, joined Toyota upon graduating from that university in 1964.He has gained experience in a broad range of activities at Toyota, primarily in corporate planning and

KATV, channel 7, is an ABC affiliated television station serving the Little Rock television market and central Arkansas. The station is owned by Allbritton Communications Company.

Katy Manning
Katy Manning is an English actress best known for her part as the companion Jo Grant in the BBC science fiction television series Doctor Who. She has also made many theatre appearances, and is now a citizen of Australia. She is myopic

Katyusha multiple rocket launchers are a type of rocket artillery first built and fielded by the Soviet Union in World War II. Compared to other artillery, these multiple rocket launchers deliver a devastating amount of explosives to a target area quickly, but with lower accuracy and requiring a longer time to reload

Katyusha (song)
Katyusha, Katusha or Katjusha is a Soviet wartime song about a girl longing for her beloved, who is away on military service. The music was composed in 1938 by Matvei Blanter and the lyrics were written by Mikhail Isakovsky. It was first performed by Valentina Batishcheva in the Column Hall of Moscow's House of the Unions

Katz v. United States
Katz v. United States, , is a United States Supreme Court case discussing the nature of the "right to privacy" and the legal definition of a "search." The Court’s ruling adjusted previous interpretations of the unreasonable search and seizure clause of the Fourth Amendment to count immaterial intrusion with technology as a search, overruling Olmstead v

Katzenjammer Kids
The Katzenjammer Kids is an American comic strip created by the German immigrant Rudolph Dirks and drawn by Harold H. Knerr for 37 years

Kaufbeuren Air Base
Kaufbeuren Air Base is a German Air Force military airbase. It is currently the home of the Luftwaffe Technical School 1.-History:

Kauraka Kauraka
Kauraka Kauraka was a Cook Islands writer. He was born in Rarotonga, the main island of the Cooks. Kauraka studied in New Zealand, Fiji and other countries. He published six collections of poems in the English and Rarotongan languages

Kausani is a hill station situated in the bageshwar district of the Uttarakhand state of India.-Overview:Kausani is a destination for Himalayan tourists. It is located 53 km North of Almora. The altitude of this place is about 1890 mts. This place offers a 350 km view of the Himalayan peaks like Trisul, Nanda Devi and Panchchuli

Kauswagan, Lanao del Norte
The Clearing of the Narciso Ramos Highway was a battle between Philippine forces and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front. The main weapons of the Philippines were OV-10 Bronco, LAV-300, Jeeps armed with recoilles launchers and Aurmored Gun Trucks

Kava or kava-kava is a crop of the western Pacific.

Kavanagh QC
Kavanagh QC is a British television series made by Carlton Television for ITV between 1995 and 2001. It has been shown on ITV3 as recently as August 2011; series 1–6 are available on Region 2 DVDs.

Kaveri River
The Kaveri , also spelled Cauvery in English, is a large Indian river. The origin of the river is traditionally placed at Talakaveri, Kodagu in the Western Ghats in Karnataka, flows generally south and east through Karnataka and Tamil Nadu and across the southern Deccan plateau through the southeastern lowlands, emptying into the Bay of Bengal through two principal mouths.The

Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics
The Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics is a research institute of the University of California, Santa Barbara. KITP is one of the most renowned institutes for theoretical physics in the world. KITP programs bring theorists in physics and related fields together to work together on topics at the forefront of theoretical science

Kaw (tribe)
The Kaw Nation are an American Indian people of the central Midwestern United States. The tribe known as Kaw have also been known as the "People of the South wind", "People of water", Kansa, Kaza, Kosa, and Kasa. Their tribal language is Kansa, classified as a Siouan language.The toponym "Kansas" was derived from the name of this tribe

Kawanishi H8K
|-See also:-References:NotesBibliography* Bridgeman, Leonard. "The Kawanishi H8K2 “Emily”" Jane’s Fighting Aircraft of World War II. London: Studio, 1946. ISBN 1-85170-493-0.

Kawartha Lakes
The city of Kawartha Lakes is a unitary municipality in Central Ontario, Canada. Although called a city, Kawartha Lakes is the size of a typical Ontarian county and is mostly rural.

Kawasaki GPZ750
The Turbo version of this bike is found here: Kawasaki GPz750 TurboThe Kawasaki GPz750 was introduced in 1982, and then underwent some significant changes in 1983. The original was based on the 1981 KZ750, which was the quickest machine of that year. Kawasaki retired the KZ750 in 1983.For 1982 changes included new carbs, cams and mufflers

Kawasaki Heavy Industries
is an international corporation based in Japan. It has headquarters in both Chūō-ku, Kobe and Minato, Tokyo.The company is named after its founder Shōzō Kawasaki and has no connection with the city of Kawasaki, Kanagawa.

Kawasaki Motors Philippines
Kawasaki Motors Corporation is a subsidiary of Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd.. It manufactures motorcycle/motorcycle parts, and bicycle/bicycle parts.

Kawasaki, Kanagawa
is a city located in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan, between Tokyo and Yokohama. It is the 9th most populated city in Japan and one of the main cities forming the Greater Tokyo Area and Keihin Industrial Area.

Kay Boyle
Kay Boyle was an American writer, educator, and political activist.- Early years :The granddaughter of a publisher, Kay Boyle was born in St. Paul, Minnesota, and grew up in several cities but principally in Cincinnati, Ohio

Kay E. Kuter
Kay Edwin Emmert Kuter was an American actor who starred on television and in film. Kay was born in Los Angeles, California.

Kay Redfield Jamison
Kay Redfield Jamison is an American clinical psychologist and writer whose work has centered on bipolar disorder which she has suffered from since her early adulthood

Kay Sage
Katherine Linn Sage , usually known as Kay Sage, was an American Surrealist artist and poet.-Biography:

Kaya (jam)
Coconut jam, Srikaya, or Kaya is a food spread, a fruit curd in the general sense, consumed mainly in Southeast Asia and made from a base of coconut and sugar.-Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore:

Kayako Saeki
Kayako Saeki is a fictional character from the Ju-on series of Japanese-horror movies and The Grudge trilogy of American remakes. In all of the films, except for the third, she is played by actress Takako Fuji. In The Grudge 3, Kayako is played by Aiko Horiuchi, Fuji having turned down the role

Kayastha or Kayasth or Kayeth is a caste or community of Hindus originating in India. Kayastha means "scribe" in Sanskrit, and has traditionally denoted members of the writer caste.

Kaypro Corporation, commonly called Kaypro, was an American home/personal computer manufacturer of the 1980s. The company was founded by Non-Linear Systems to develop computers to compete with the then-popular Osborne 1 portable microcomputer

Kazakh language
Kazakh is a Turkic language which belongs to the Kipchak branch of the Turkic languages, closely related to Nogai and Karakalpak.

Kazakhstan , officially the Republic of Kazakhstan, is a transcontinental country in Central Asia and Eastern Europe. Ranked as the ninth largest country in the world, it is also the world's largest landlocked country; its territory of is greater than Western Europe

Kazi Nazrul Islam
Kazi Nazrul Islam , sobriquet Bidrohi Kobi, was a Bengali poet, musician and revolutionary who pioneered poetic works espousing intense spiritual rebellion against fascism and oppression. His poetry and nationalist activism earned him the popular title of Bidrohi Kobi

Kazimir Malevich
Kazimir Severinovich Malevich was a Russian painter and art theoretician, born of ethnic Polish parents. He was a pioneer of geometric abstract art and the originator of the Avant-garde Suprematist movement.-Early life:

Kazu Kibuishi
Kazu Kibuishi is an American graphic novel author and illustrator. He is best known for being the creator and editor of the comic anthology Flight and for creating the webcomic Copper. He is also the author and illustrator of the ongoing Amulet series

Kazuki Takahashi
is a manga artist, illustrator and game creator who created the manga Yu-Gi-Oh!, which led to the anime versions of it, Toei's Yu-Gi-Oh! and Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters , as well as a spinoff manga , three spinoff anime and several video games, novels and books

Kazumasa Oda
is a Japanese singer-songwriter, composer and is also known as the leader of the folk rock band Off Course.As a vocalist and leader of Off Course, Oda wrote many Japanese standard numbers in the 70s and 80s. He and Yasuhiro Suzuki were important composers in the band

KBTX-TV 3 is the CBS television network affiliate located in Bryan/College Station, Texas, and has the only television news organization based in the Brazos Valley. It airs on digital UHF Channel 50 and is owned by Gray Television. It is a sister station to KWTX-TV in Waco

KC and the Sunshine Band
KC and the Sunshine Band is an American musical group. Founded in 1973 in Miami, Florida, their style has included funk, R&B, and disco. Their most well known songs include the disco hits "That's the Way ", " Shake Your Booty", "I'm Your Boogie Man", "Keep It Comin' Love", "Get Down Tonight", "Give It Up", and "Please Don't Go"

KCAL-TV, channel 9, is an independent television station in Los Angeles, California, USA, owned by the CBS Corporation. KCAL-TV shares its studio facilities with KCBS-TV inside CBS Studio Center in the Studio City section of Los Angeles, and its transmitter is located atop Mount Wilson.-Digital television:-Analog-to-digital conversion:KCAL-TV shut down its analog

KCBD, channel 11, is the NBC-affiliated television station serving the Lubbock, Texas metropolitan area, owned and operated by Raycom Media. Syndicated programming on KCBD includes: Wheel of Fortune, Jeopardy!, Inside Edition, and Dr. Phil.

KCOY-TV is the CBS-affiliated television station for the Central Coast of California that is licensed to Santa Maria. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 19 from a transmitter on Tepusquet Peak in the Los Padres National Forest east of Santa Maria. Owned by the Cowles Publishing Company, the station is sister to Class A FOX affiliate KKFX-CA

KDKA is a radio station licensed to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. Created by the Westinghouse Electric Corporation on November 2, 1920, it is one of the world's first modern radio stations , a distinction that has also been challenged by other stations, although it has claimed to be the first in the world to be "commercially licensed"

KDOC-TV is an independent television station based in Orange County, California . The station's transmitter is located on Mount Wilson, California

Keachi, Louisiana
Keachi is a town in DeSoto Parish, Louisiana, United States. The population was 323 at the 2000 census

Kearney, Ontario
Kearney is a town and municipality in the Parry Sound District of Ontario, Canada. With a landmass of 529 square kilometres and a year round population of 798 in the Canada 2006 Census, Kearney claims to be the "Biggest Little Town in Ontario."-History:

Kebab is a wide variety of meat dishes originating in Middle East and later on adopted by the Middle East, and Asia Minor, and now found worldwide. In English, kebab with no qualification generally refers more specifically to shish kebab served on the skewer

Kebur Zabangna
Kebur Zabagna or Zebenya was the Ethiopian Imperial Guard. Also known as the First Division, this unit served the dual purposes of providing security for the Emperor of Ethiopia, and being an elite infantry division

The Kedayan are an ethnic group residing in Brunei, Labuan, Sabah, and parts of Sarawak on the island of Borneo. They are also known as Kadayan, Kadaian or simply badly spelled as Kadyan by British. The Kedayan language is the de facto national language of Brunei

Keebler Company
The Keebler Company is the largest cookie and cracker manufacturer in the United States. Founded in 1853, it has produced numerous baked snacks. Keebler has marketed its brands such as Cheez-Its , Chips Deluxe, Club Crackers, E.L

Keel-billed Toucan
The Keel-billed Toucan , also known as Sulfur-breasted Toucan or Rainbow-billed Toucan, is a colorful Latin American member of the toucan family. It is the national bird of Belize.- Description :

KeeLoq is a proprietary hardware-dedicated NLFSR-based block cipher. The uni-directional command transfer protocol was designed by Frederick Bruwer, PhD, CEO at Nanoteq Ltd and the cryptographic algorithm was created by Professor Gideon Kuhn with the silicon implementation by Willem Smit, PhD, at Nanoteq Pty Ltd in the mid 80's and sold to Microchip Technology Inc in

Keep It Straight and Simple Party
Keep It Straight and Simple Party, known as "KISS" is a minor political party in South Africa based out of Heidelberg, Gauteng.-Party history:

KEF is a British-based loudspeaker manufacturer with international distribution.It was founded in Tovil, Maidstone, Kent in 1961 by electrical engineer Raymond Cooke and named after Kent Engineering & Foundry which previously occupied the site.

Kefir is a fermented milk drink that originated with shepherds of the North Caucasus region, who discovered that fresh milk carried in leather pouches would occasionally ferment into an effervescent beverage