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Filler (materials)
Fillers are particles added to material to lower the consumption of more expensive binder material or to better some properties of the mixtured material

Fillet may refer to:*Fillet , a headband*Fillet , a piece of meat*Fillet , the filling of an interior corner*Annulet , part of a column capital

Fillet (picture framing)
In the picture framing industry, a fillet is a small piece of moulding which fits inside a larger frame or, typically, underneath or in between matting, used for decorative purposes

Fillip is a Vancouver-based contemporary art publishing organization formed in 2004. It publishes a magazine as well as books of critical writing

A filly is a young female horse too young to be called a mare. There are several specific definitions in use.*In most cases filly is a female horse under the age of four years old.

Film projector
Film projection or Film projector may refer to:*Movie projector for projection of moving images from film*Slide projector for projection of still images from film

Filmy is an Indian Hindi language movie channel based in Mumbai, Maharashtra. It is owned by Sahara One Media and Entertainment Limited and was launched on February 12, 2006.-Programming:Besides movies, Filmy also airs some original shows.

Fils or FILS can mean*Fils , a river in Germany*Fils , a subdivision of currency used in many Arab countries*fils, the French word for "son"*Firestone Indy Lights Series

- Chemistry, engineering and materials :In chemistry, engineering, or household usage, a device to separate mixtures. See:* Filter , critical components of both freshwater and marine aquaria

Filter (aquarium)
Aquarium filters are critical components of both freshwater and marine aquaria. Aquarium filters remove physical and soluble chemical waste products from aquaria, simplifying maintenance

Filter (higher-order function)
In functional programming, filter is a higher-order function that processes a data structure in some order to produce a new data structure containing exactly those elements of the original data structure for which a given predicate returns the boolean value true.-Example:In Haskell, the code example filter even [1..10]evaluates to the list 2, 4,…10 by applying the

Filter paper
Filter paper is a semi-permeable paper barrier placed perpendicular to a liquid or air flow. It is used to separate fine solids from liquids or air.-Properties:Filter paper comes in various porosities and grades depending on the applications it is meant for

"Filth" is a single released by Dir En Grey on September 12, 2001.-Track listing:

Filth or The Filth may refer to:* Filth , a 1998 novel by Irvine Welsh* Filth: The Mary Whitehouse Story, a BBC docudrama* The Filth , a comic book series by Grant Morrison

Filthy (album)
Filthy is the third album by rapper/DJ, Egyptian Lover. The album was released in 1988 for Priority Records and was produced by Egyptian Lover himself

Filthy Lucre (Californication episode)
"Filthy Lucre" is the ninth episode of the Showtime original series Californication. It was written by Ildy Modrovich, directed by Scott Z. Burns and originally aired on October 8, 2007.- Plot :

Filz is an Ortsgemeinde – a municipality belonging to a Verbandsgemeinde, a kind of collective municipality – in the Cochem-Zell district in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany

A fimbria is a Latin word that literally means "fringe." It is commonly used in science and medicine, with its meaning depending on the field of study or the context

Fimbulwinter (band)
Fimbulwinter was a black metal band that was part of the early Norwegian black metal scene. It formed in Oslo during 1992 and released two demos that year. In 1994 it released its only album, Servants of Sorcery. Featuring a cover of Celtic Frost's "Morbid Tales", it was the first release by newly formed Hot Records.The band broke up shortly after

A fin is a surface used for stability and/or to produce lift and thrust or to steer while traveling in water, air, or other fluid media, . The first use of the word was for the limbs of fish, but has been extended to include other animal limbs and man-made devices

FIN may refer to:* Finland , a Nordic country in Europe* ICAO code for Finnair* FASB Interpretation Number, an identifier for documents published by the Financial Accounting Standards Board

Final or The Final may refer to:*Final , the last or championship round of a match, game, or other contest*Final , a keyword in the Java programming language*Final , a keyword in the PHP programming language

Final (2001 film)
Final is a 2001 science fiction film directed by Campbell Scott. It stars Denis Leary, Hope Davis, J. C. MacKenzie, Jim Gaffigan, Jim Hornyak, and Maureen Anderman.-Plot:

Final (band)
Final is a project of Justin Broadrick, creator of the band Godflesh, which he started when he was just 13 years old. Unlike Godflesh, Final is primarily electronic in nature, taking on a space-like, dark ambient sound.

Final (competition)
The final of a competition is the match or round in which the winner of the entire event is decided.In sports competitions following a knockout system, where only two individuals or teams compete in each match, the final is usually played between the winners of two semi-finals

Final four
Final Four isa sports term that is commonly applied to the last four teams remaining in a playoff tournament, most notably NCAA Division I college basketball tournaments. The term usually refers to the four teams who compete in the two games of a single-elimination tournament's semi-final round

Finale may indicate the final movement of a sonata, symphony, or concerto or of another piece of non-vocal classical music which has several movements, or a prolonged final sequence at the end of an act of an opera or musical theatre work.

Finalist (visual novel)
is a Japanese visual novel developed by PrincessSoft which was released on January 26, 2006 in limited and regular editions playable on the PlayStation 2

Finality may refer to:* Extrinsic finality* Intrinsic finality* Finality

Finalizing an optical disc is the process of writing out support data such as DVD menus, directory data, and the like to an optical disc in order to make it playable on a system other than the one it was recorded on. As a general rule, finalization means that the disc cannot have any more data written to it

"Finally" is a 1991 song by the musician CeCe Peniston. A dance mix of this song was made, and this remixed version was used in many dance music compilations. "Finally" became Peniston's first hit song, peaking at number five on the US Hot 100 in January 1992 and becoming her only U.S. top-ten hit to date

- Albums :* Finally , or the title song* Finally , or the title song * Finally , or the title song, "It's My Life "

Finally (CeCe Peniston album)
Finally is the debut album by American singer CeCe Peniston, released on January 28, 1992 by A&M Records. Prior to that, she recorded her debut single "Finally", which topped the U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Music Club Play chart on October 26, 1991, peaking eventually at number five on the Billboard Hot 100, while at number two in the United Kingdom

Finally (Fergie song)
"Finally" is a song by American recording artist Fergie, taken from her debut studio album The Dutchess . The song was written by Fergie and Stefanie Ridel, and co-written and produced by John Legend. The R&B ballad features John Legend on the piano

Finally (Sean Ensign album)
Finally is the debut album of American singer-songwriter, Sean Ensign. It was released in 2006 on the label, Titan Sounds. Every song was co-written by Ensign himself, with the exception of "Everytime It Rains", a cover of the Ace of Base song. Includes the singles, "It's My Life ", "Without You" and "Everytime It Rains."-Track listings:* 1. "It's My Life "* 2

Finals may refer to:* Final , the final stages of a sporting competition* Final examinations, tests given to students at the end of a course of study or training.* Finals , a four-issue comic book mini-series.

"Finance" is often defined simply as the management of money or “funds” management Modern finance, however, is a family of business activity that includes the origination, marketing, and management of cash and money surrogates through a variety of capital accounts, instruments, and markets created for transacting and trading assets, liabilities, and risks

Finance (game)
Finance is a board game originally released in 1932 by Knapp Electric and later reissued by Parker Brothers. The game, similar to Monopoly, is based on The Landlord's Game in the movement of pieces around the board, the use of "Chance" cards , properties that can be purchased, and houses that can be erected on them

FINANCIAL is the weekly English-language newspaper with offices in Tbilisi, Georgia and Kiev, Ukraine. Published by Intelligence Group LLC, FINANCIAL is focused on opinion leaders and top business decision-makers; It's about world’s largest companies, investing, careers, and small business. It is distributed in Georgia and Ukraine

Financier is a term for a person who handles typically large sums of money, usually involving money lending, financing projects, large-scale investing, or large-scale money management. The term is French, and derives from finance or payment

Finback (Transformers)
Finback is a fictional character from the Transformers series. He is a Decepticon Pretender.-Transformers: Generation 1:Finback is Decepticon Pretender, released as a toy in 1988. His tech-spec profile describes him as a "wheezing, wretched, wreck-in-the-making" who enjoys making his enemies feel worse than he does

Finch (Berkshire cricketer)
Finch was an English professional cricketer who made 13 known appearances in major cricket matches from 1792 to 1795.-External sources:*

Finch (EP)
Finch is the self-titled second EP by American post-hardcore band Finch. It was released digitally on July 22, 2008 and was due to be released in Hot Topic stores nationwide on July 29, 2008. However, due to manufacturing issues the physical release date was pushed back to August 1, 2008

Finching may refer to*Finching , a colour pattern of cattle*Finching, English translation of vinkensport, a sport in which male Chaffinches sing competitively

Finching (cattle)
Finching is a colour pattern of cattle occurring in many unrelated breeds. Cattle with finching are said to be finched or finch-backed.Finching consists of a white or pale stripe along the spine

In Unix-like and some other operating systems, find is a command-line utility that searches through one or more directory trees of a file system, locates files based on some user-specified criteria and applies a user-specified action on each matched file

Find (command)
In computing, find is a command in the command line interpreters of DOS, OS/2 and Microsoft Windows. It is used to search for a specific text string in a file or files

Find (disambiguation)
Find or finding may refer to:Computing* Incremental find* find, a command on UNIX platforms.* Find , a different command on DOS, OS/2 and Microsoft Windows platforms.Music

Finder may refer to:* Finder , a core component of the Apple Macintosh operating system, is the graphical representation of the computer's file system* Finder , a comic book series by Carla Speed McNeil

Finder (novel)
Finder is a fantasy fiction novel written by Emma Bull and published in 1994.-Setting:The Borderlands setting of Finder is the collaborative creation of several authors, including Will Shetterley—Emma Bull's husband. It posits the abrupt intrusion of Elfland, a walled territory of unspecified extent, into the everyday World

Finders Keepers (1984 film)
Finders Keepers is a 1984 film starring Michael O'Keefe and Beverly D'Angelo. It also starred Jim Carrey in his 6th film role.-Plot:With the law after him, and a women's Roller Derby team as well, con man Michael Rangeloff takes on the lam. He steals a coffin and boards a train, pretending to be a soldier bringing home a comrade's body.-Cast:* Michael O'Keefe ..

Finders Keepers (book)
Finders Keepers is a book written by William Lipkind and illustrated by Nicholas Mordvinoff. Released by Harcourt, it was the recipient of the Caldecott Medal for illustration in 1952.

Finders Keepers (UK TV series)
Finders Keepers was a CITV game show based on the original American format of the same name. It was originally broadcast from 12 April 1991 to 1996, hosted by Neil Buchanan

A fine is money paid usually to superior authority, usually governmental authority, as punishment for a crime or other offence. The amount of a fine can be determined case by case, but it is often announced in advance.

FINE was created in 1998 and is an informal association of the four main fair trade networks:*F Fairtrade Labelling Organizations International *I International Fair Trade Association, now the World Fair Trade Organization

Fine (song)
"Fine" is a song by American R&B singer Whitney Houston, and was the fourth single from her 2000 compilation album, Whitney: The Greatest Hits. The song peaked at number fifty-one on the U.S. Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks chart.

Fine print
Fine print, small print, or "mouseprint" is less noticeable print smaller than the more obvious larger print it accompanies that advertises or otherwise describes or partially describes a commercial product or service

Fine print (disambiguation)
Fine print is a colloquial term describing printed words that are in smaller, less noticeable typeface than the more obvious larger print that it accompanies.Fine print may also refer to:* FinePrint, a software program made by FinePrint Software, LLC

The fineness of a precious metal refers to the ratio of the primary metal to any additives or impurities.A piece of alloy metal containing a precious metal may have the weight of its precious component referred to as its fine weight. For example, 1 troy ounce of 18 karat gold may be said to have a fine weight of 0.75 troy ounces.Many precious metals are used

Finer is a surname, and may refer to:* Hagar Finer, boxer* Herman Finer , British administrative-scholar* Jem Finer musician/composer* Sir Morris Finer, lawyer* Samuel Finer , historian of government

In contract bridge and similar games, a finesse is a technique which allows one to promote tricks based on a favorable position of one or more cards in the hands of the opponents.

Finesse (Toshiko Akiyoshi)
Finesse is a jazz trio album recorded by pianist Toshiko Akiyoshi in 1978 and released on the Concord Jazz record label.-Track listing:#"Count Your Blessings " – 5:03#"American Ballad" – 5:50

-Track listing:# I'm Gonna Be – 3:39# Better Days – 3:13# Sunshine on Leith – 5:15# Leaving Home – 3:09# Then I Met You – 3:49# A Train Went Past the Window – 3:14# Twenty Flight Rock – 1:55# Make My Heart Fly – 2:29

A finger is a limb of the human body and a type of digit, an organ of manipulation and sensation found in the hands of humans and other primates.

Finger (Bottom episode)
Finger is the fifth episode of the third series of British television sitcom, Bottom. It was first broadcast on February 3, 1995.-Synopsis:Richie storms into the flat one day loudly complaining at Eddie, who ruled Richie out in the first innings of that morning's cricket match despite being nowhere near the pitch, instead being in the clubhouse where he was being bought a pint by

King (pigeon)
The King is a breed of pigeon developed over many years of selective breeding primarily as a utility breed. Kings along with other varieties of domesticated pigeons are all descendants from the Rock Pigeon .

King Abdulaziz International Airport
King Abdulaziz International Airport is an aviation facility located 19 km to the north of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Named after King Abdulaziz Al Saud, the airport is Saudi Arabia's third largest air facility and busiest airport by passenger. The airport occupies an area of 15 square kilometers

King Abdulaziz University
King Abdulaziz University was founded in 1967 in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Designed by English architect John Elliott, it had 2,000 teachers and more than 37,000 students in 2000/2001.

King Abdullah Economic City
King Abdullah Economic City is a megaproject announced in 2005 by Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, the king of Saudi Arabia.-Overview:

King Arthur
King Arthur is a legendary British leader of the late 5th and early 6th centuries, who, according to Medieval histories and romances, led the defence of Britain against Saxon invaders in the early 6th century. The details of Arthur's story are mainly composed of folklore and literary invention, and his historical existence is debated and disputed by modern historians

King C. Gillette
King Camp Gillette was an American businessman popularly known as the inventor of the safety razor, although several models were in existence prior to Gillette's design

King Cobra
The king cobra is the world's longest venomous snake, with a length up to 5.6 m . This species, which preys chiefly on other snakes, is found predominantly in forests from India through Southeast Asia to the Philippines and Indonesia

King Edward VI Grammar School, Louth
King Edward VI Grammar School is one of many Grammar schools in the United Kingdom.-Admissions:Students who wish to attend the school must take and pass a test called the Eleven Plus. It is situated in Louth, which is a small market town in Lincolnshire

King Fahd Causeway
The King Fahd Causeway is a causeway connecting Saudi Arabia and Bahrain. The idea of constructing the causeway was based on improving the links and bonds between Saudi Arabia and Bahrain

King James Version of the Bible
The Authorized Version, commonly known as the King James Version, King James Bible or KJV, is an English translation of the Christian Bible by the Church of England begun in 1604 and completed in 1611

King Lear
King Lear is a tragedy by William Shakespeare. The title character descends into madness after foolishly disposing of his estate between two of his three daughters based on their flattery, bringing tragic consequences for all. The play is based on the legend of Leir of Britain, a mythological pre-Roman Celtic king

King Midget
King Midget was a kit car produced between 1946 and 1970 by the Midget Motors Corporation. Claud Dry and Dale Orcutt first sold the King Midget as part of their Midget Motors Supply operations in Athens, Ohio. By 1948, they began to use the name Midget Motors Manufacturing Co., too

King of Romania
King of the Romanians , rather than King of Romania , was the official title of the ruler of the Kingdom of Romania from 1881 until 1947, when Romania was proclaimed a republic.

King of Shadows
King of Shadows is a children's novel by Susan Cooper published in 1999 by Penguin. The book was shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal.Only in the world of the stage can Nat Field find an escape from the tragedies that have shadowed his young life

King of the Gypsies
The title King of the Gypsies has been claimed or given over the centuries to many different people. It is both culturally and geographically specific. It may be inherited, acquired by acclamation or action, or simply claimed. The extent of the power associated with the title varied; it might be limited to a small group in a specific place, or many people over large areas

King protea
The King Protea is a flowering plant. It is a distinctive Protea, having the largest flower head in the genus. The species is also known as Giant Protea, Honeypot or King Sugar Bush

King's College School
King's College School, commonly referred to as KCS, King's, or KCS Wimbledon, is an independent school for day pupils in Wimbledon in south-west London. The school was founded as the junior department of King's College London and occupied part of its premises in Strand, before relocating to Wimbledon in 1897. It is a member of the Eton Group of schools

King's Heralds
The King's Heralds is a male gospel music quartet that began in 1927 and have recorded over 100 albums encompassing 30 languages.They are primarily known for their a cappella singing and close harmony.-History:

King-James-Only Movement
The "King James Only movement" advocates the superiority of the Authorized King James Version of the Protestant Bible. The topic increased in newsworthiness in 2011, the 400th anniversary of the translation's 1611 initial publication.

KING-TV, virtual channel 5, is a television station in Seattle, Washington, affiliated with the NBC network. Owned by Belo Corporation, it broadcasts on UHF digital channel 48. Its offices and broadcasting center are located just east of Seattle Center

Kingdom of Cyprus
The Kingdom of Cyprus was a Crusader kingdom on the island of Cyprus in the high and late Middle Ages, between 1192 and 1489. It was ruled by the French House of Lusignan.-History:

Kingdom of Judah
The Kingdom of Judah was a Jewish state established in the Southern Levant during the Iron Age. It is often referred to as the "Southern Kingdom" to distinguish it from the northern Kingdom of Israel.

Kingdom of Kongo
The Kingdom of Kongo was an African kingdom located in west central Africa in what are now northern Angola, Cabinda, the Republic of the Congo, and the western portion of the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Kingdom of Sarawak
The Kingdom of Sarawak was a state in Borneo established by Sir James Brooke in 1842 by receiving independent kingdom status from the Sultanate of Brunei as a reward for helping fight piracy and insurgency

Kingdoms of Ancient India
Epic India is the geography of Greater India traditionally around early 10th century BC and later on from the Sanskrit epics, viz. the Mahabharata and the Ramayana as well as Puranic literature .

Kingpin (TV series)
Kingpin is an American crime drama television series which debuted on the NBC network in the U.S. and CTV in Canada on February 2, 2003 and lasted 6 episodes. NBC's answer to The Sopranos and also influenced by The Godfather, Macbeth and Traffik, the story was about a Mexican drug trafficker named Miguel Cadena and his family life

Kings Canyon National Park
Kings Canyon National Park is a National Park in the southern Sierra Nevada, east of Fresno, California. The park was established in 1940 and covers

Kings Park Stadium
Kings Park , is a stadium in the Kings Park Sporting Precinct in Durban, South Africa, which was originally built in 1891 and extensively renovated in the 1990s

Kingsmead College
Kingsmead College is a private girls' elementary and high school situated in Melrose, Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa.-History:The school was founded by Miss Doris V

Kingsnakes are a type of colubrid snake that are members of the Lampropeltis genus, which also includes the milk snake along with another four species and 45 sub-species.

Kingston Bridge, Glasgow
The Kingston Bridge is a balanced cantilever dual-span ten lane road bridge made of triple-cell segmented prestressed concrete box girders crossing the River Clyde in Glasgow, Scotland. The largest urban bridge in the United Kingdom, it carries the M8 motorway through the city centre

Kingston Bridge, London
Kingston Bridge is a road bridge at Kingston upon Thames in London, England, carrying the A308 across the River Thames. It joins the town centre of Kingston in the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames, to Hampton Court Park, Bushy Park, and the village of Hampton Wick in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames

Kingston Flyer
The Kingston Flyer is a vintage steam train operating in the South Island of New Zealand at the southern end of Lake Wakatipu. It uses 14 kilometres of preserved trackage that once formed a part of the Kingston Branch.-History:

Kingston University
Kingston University is a public research university located in Kingston upon Thames, southwest London, United Kingdom. It was originally founded in 1899 as Kingston Technical Institute, a polytechnic, and became a university in 1992.

Kingston, Jamaica
Kingston is the capital and largest city of Jamaica, located on the southeastern coast of the island. It faces a natural harbour protected by the Palisadoes, a long sand spit which connects the town of Port Royal and the Norman Manley International Airport to the rest of the island

Kingsway Tunnel
The Kingsway Tunnel is a road tunnel under the River Mersey in Merseyside, northwest England, and runs between Liverpool and Wallasey. It is one and half miles long and is often called the Wallasey Tunnel to distinguish it from the older Queensway Tunnel which runs between Liverpool and Birkenhead.The tunnel was constructed over a five-year period by Edmund Nuttall,

Kinnaraya or Kinnarayo also Kinnara are a social group or caste amongst the Sinhalese of Sri Lanka. Like the Burakumin of Japan and Paraiyar of the neighboring Tamil ethnic group in Sri Lanka as well as Tamil Nadu state in South India they were segregated from the mainstream society yet played a vital role as mat weavers for the mainstream community.-Origins:As the

Kinshasa International Airport
N'djili Airport , also known as N'Djili International Airport and Kinshasa International Airport, serves the city of Kinshasa and is the largest of the four international airports in the Democratic Republic of the Congo .

Kinsley S. Bingham
Kinsley Scott Bingham was a U.S. Representative, a U.S. Senator, and the 11th Governor of the state of Michigan.-Early life in New York:

Kintyre is a peninsula in western Scotland, in the southwest of Argyll and Bute. The region stretches approximately 30 miles , from the Mull of Kintyre in the south, to East Loch Tarbert in the north

Kinvara is a sea port village located in the south of County Galway in the province of Connacht on the west coast of Ireland. Kinvara is also the name of the parish in which the village is situated. Kinvara is occasionally spelled Kinvarra in English; this may be seen on some maps and road signs, although Kinvara is the most common spelling used nowadays

Kinver is a large village in South Staffordshire district, Staffordshire, England. It is in the far south-west of the county, at the end of the narrow finger of land surrounded by the counties of Shropshire, Worcestershire and the West Midlands. The nearest towns are Stourbridge in the West Midlands, and Kidderminster in Worcestershire

Kinzua Bridge
The Kinzua Bridge or the Kinzua Viaduct was a railroad trestle that spanned Kinzua Creek in McKean County in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania

KION-TV is a full-power television station in Salinas, California, broadcasting on digital channel 32 as a CBS affiliate. The stations continues to use UHF channel 46 as its virtual channel through the use of PSIP. KION-TV shows local news, weather, and sports programming, as well as syndicated and community-affair programs

The Kiowa are a nation of American Indians and indigenous people of the Great Plains. They migrated from the northern plains to the southern plains in the late 17th century. In 1867, the Kiowa moved to a reservation in southwestern Oklahoma

Kip Kinkel
Kipland Philip "Kip" Kinkel is an American spree killer. In May 1998, at the age of 15, he murdered his parents and engaged in a school shooting at Thurston High School in Springfield, Oregon that left two students dead and 22 others wounded

A kippah or kipa , also known as a yarmulke , kapele , is a hemispherical or platter-shaped head cover, usually made of cloth, often worn by Orthodox Jewish men to fulfill the customary requirement that their head be covered at all times, and sometimes worn by both men and, less frequently, women in Conservative and Reform communities at times of prayer.- Jewish law

A kipper is a whole herring, a small, oily fish, that has been split from tail to head, gutted, salted or pickled, and cold smoked.In the United Kingdom, in Japan, and in some North American regions they are often eaten for breakfast

Kirby Wright
Kirby Wright is an American writer best known for his coming of age island novel PUNAHOU BLUES and the epic novel "MOLOKA'I NUI AHINA," which is based on the life and times of Wright's paniolo grandmother

Kiribati , officially the Republic of Kiribati, is an island nation located in the central tropical Pacific Ocean. The permanent population exceeds just over 100,000 , and is composed of 32 atolls and one raised coral island, dispersed over 3.5 million square kilometres, straddling the equator, and bordering the International Date

Kiril Kondrashin
Kirill Petrovich Kondrashin , was a Russian conductor.-Early life:

Kirk Alyn
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Kirk Ferentz
Kirk James Ferentz is an American football coach and former player. He is currently the head football coach at the University of Iowa, a position he has held since 1999. From 1990 to 1992, Ferentz was the head football coach at the University of Maine. He has also served as an assistant coach with the Cleveland Browns and Baltimore Ravens of the NFL

Kirk Herbstreit
Kirk Herbstreit is an Emmy Award-winning analyst for ESPN's College GameDay, a television program covering college football and a provider of color commentary during college football games on ESPN and ABC. He appears annually as a commentator in EA Sports' NCAA Football. He was a quarterback on the Ohio State football team

Kirkby railway station
Kirkby railway station is situated in Kirkby, Merseyside, England. The station is an interchange between Merseyrail services from Liverpool Central and Northern Rail services from Manchester Victoria via Wigan Wallgate.

Kirkcaldy High School
Kirkcaldy High School is a comprehensive state school in Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland.Kirkcaldy High school was admitted to the "Schools of Ambition" programme in 2007.

Kirkuk Citadel
The Kirkuk Citadel is located in the centre of the city of Kirkuk in Iraq, and is considered to be the oldest part of the city. The citadel stands on an artificial mound 130 feet high located on a plateau across the Khasa River

Kirkwood Observatory
Kirkwood Observatory is an astronomical observatory owned and operated by Indiana University. It is located in Bloomington, Indiana . It is named for Daniel Kirkwood an astronomer and professor of mathematics at Indiana University who discovered the divisions of the asteroid belt known as the Kirkwood Gaps.Built in 1900 and dedicated on May 15, 1901, the observatory

KIRO-TV, virtual channel 7, is the CBS affiliate television station in Seattle, Washington. It broadcasts on digital channel 39. The station's offices and broadcasting center are located near Seattle Center in Belltown, and its transmitter is located on Queen Anne Hill

The kirpan is a ceremonial sword or dagger carried by orthodox Sikhs. It is a religious commandment given by Guru Gobind Singh at the Baisakhi Amrit Sanchar in CE 1699, all baptised Sikhs must wear a kirpan at all times.

Kirstie Allsopp
Kirstie Mary Allsopp is a British TV presenter known for the Channel 4 property programmes: Location, Location, Location; Relocation, Relocation; Location Revisited; The Property Chain; Kirstie's Homemade Home and Kirstie's Handmade Britain

Kirtland's Warbler
Kirtland's Warbler is a small songbird of the New World warbler family , named after Jared P. Kirtland, an Ohio doctor and amateur naturalist. Nearly extinct just 50 years ago, it is well on its way to recovery. It requires large areas of dense young jack pine for its breeding habitat

Kish (Sumer)
Kish is modern Tell al-Uhaymir , and was an ancient city of Sumer. Kish is located some 12 km east of Babylon, and 80 km south of Baghdad .

Kiskiminetas River
The Kiskiminetas River is a tributary of the Allegheny River, approximately long, in Western Pennsylvania in the United States

A kiss is the act of pressing one's lips against the lips or other body parts of another person or of an object. Cultural connotations of kissing vary widely. Depending on the culture and context, a kiss can express sentiments of love, passion, affection, respect, greeting, friendship, and good luck, among many others

KISS (band)
Kiss is an American rock band formed in New York City in January 1973. Well-known for its members' face paint and flamboyant stage outfits, the group rose to prominence in the mid to late 1970s on the basis of their elaborate live performances, which featured fire breathing, blood spitting, smoking guitars, shooting rockets, levitating drum kits and

Kit Carson
Christopher Houston "Kit" Carson was an American frontiersman and Indian fighter. Carson left home in rural present-day Missouri at age 16 and became a Mountain man and trapper in the West. Carson explored the west to California, and north through the Rocky Mountains. He lived among and married into the Arapaho and Cheyenne tribes

Kit Fox
The kit fox is a fox species of North America. Its range is primarily in the southwestern United States and northern and central Mexico. Some mammalogists classify it as conspecific with the swift fox, V. velox, but molecular systematics imply that the two species are distinct.-Range:The northernmost part of its range is the arid interior of Oregon

Kit Kat
Kit Kat is a chocolate-coated wafer confection that was created by Rowntree's of York, England, and is now produced worldwide by Nestlé, which acquired Rowntree in 1988, except in the United States where it is made under licence by The Hershey Company. Each bar consists of fingers composed of three layers of wafer, covered in an outer layer of chocolate