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Finger bowl
A finger bowl is a bowl of water, usually with lemon or flower petals, which is used for rinsing one's fingers in between courses in a multiple course meal. It is typically served before the dessert course, on a doily on top of the dessert plate.

Finger food
Finger food is food meant to be eaten directly using the hands, in contrast to food eaten with a knife and fork, chopsticks, or other utensils. In some cultures, food is almost always eaten with the hands; for example, Ethiopian cuisine is eaten by rolling various dishes up in injera bread. In the South Asian subcontinent, food is traditionally always eaten with hands

Fingerboard (skateboard)
A fingerboard is a working replica of a skateboard that a person "rides" by replicating skateboarding maneuvers with their hand. It can also be referred to as a finger skate board or even a Tech Deck. The device itself is a scaled-down skateboard complete with moving wheels, graphics and trucks

Fingerlings
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Fingerprint (computing)
In computer science, a fingerprinting algorithm is a procedure that maps an arbitrarily large data item to a much shorter bit string, its fingerprint, that uniquely identifies the original data for all practical purposes just as human fingerprints uniquely identify people for practical purposes

Fingerprints (graphic novel)
Fingerprints is a graphic novel written in conjunction with the film Southland Tales. It is Part Two of the Southland Tales saga. The novel was written by Richard Kelly - who also directed the film and illustrated by Brett Weldele

Fingers (1978 film)
Fingers is a 1978 drama film directed by James Toback.-Synopsis:The film features Harvey Keitel as a pianist who also works for his loan shark father as a "collector"

Fingertips (band)
The Fingertips is a popular Portuguese band. They launched their debut album in 2003 and achieved first place on radio airplay for the single ´Melancholic Ballad´

Fini
Fini can refer to:*Gianfranco Fini, Italian politician*Michele Fini, Italian footballer*Leonor Fini, Argentine artist*795 Fini, a minor planet

Finial
The finial is an architectural device, typically carved in stone and employed decoratively to emphasize the apex of a gable or any of various distinctive ornaments at the top, end, or corner of a building or structure. Smaller finials can be used as a decorative ornament on the ends of curtain rods or applied to chairs and furniture

Finis
Finiş is a commune in Bihor County, Romania, two kilometers from the town of Beiuş. It is composed of four villages: Finiş, Fiziş , Ioaniş and Şuncuiş .

Finis
Finis may refer to:* Finiş, a commune in Bihor County, Romania* "Finis" , the 1906 science fiction / horror story by Frank L. Pollack* Jefferson Finis Davis, president of the Confederate States of America

Finis (short story)
"Finis" is a short story written by American science fiction author Frank L. Pollack , and published in The Argosy magazine, June 1906. It has been reprinted in magazines, translated, and anthologized numerous times, occasionally under the title "The Last Dawn"

Finish
Finish refer to:* Finishing in the distillation of Scotch* Finished good, a good that is completed as to manufacturing but not yet sold or distributed to the end-user* Surface finishing, various industrial processes for modifying a workpiece's surface

Finisher
Finisher may refer to:* In the field of genome sequencing, a finisher is one who analyzes an electropherogram, a graphical representation of data received from a sequencing machine and yields one read, in comparison to the consensus, a sequence that has been generated from the alignment of multiple reads, presented by the computer programs Phred and Phrap, to determine if the

Finishing
Finishing is the procedure that some single malt Scotch whisky undergoes whereby the spirit is matured in a cask of a particular origin and then spends time in a cask of different origin. Typically, the first cask is an American oak cask formerly used to mature bourbon

Finishing (bookbinding)
In bookbinding, finishing refers to the process of decorating the outside of a book, including the lettering of the spine and covers, any additional tooling, and any inlays and onlays

Finishing (disambiguation)
Finishing can refer to:*Finishing , a whisky making method that involves aging of multiple casks*Finishing , the process of embellishing a book*Finishing , processes that are applied to a workpiece's surface

Finite
Finite is the opposite of infinite. It may refer to:*Finite set, having a number of elements given by some natural number*Finite verb, being inflected for person and for tense

Fink
The Fink project is an effort to port and package open-source Unix programs to Mac OS X. Fink uses dpkg and APT , as well as its own frontend program, fink .

Fink (music)
Fink, AKA Fin Greenall, is an English singer, songwriter, guitarist, producer and DJ from St. Ives, currently based in Brighton. Since 2006, the name Fink has also referred to the recording and touring trio fronted by Greenall himself, completed by Guy Whittaker and Tim Thornton . Fink is signed to independent record label Ninja Tune Records

Fink (surname)
-Real people:* Aaron Fink , guitarist for the rock band Breaking Benjamin* Aaron J. Fink , American urologist* Albert Fink , German civil engineer noted for the "Fink truss"* Bernarda Fink , Argentinian mezzo-soprano

Finland (disambiguation)
Finland is a country in Europe.Finland may also refer to:*Grand Duchy of Finland, predecessor state of the modern country, 1809–1917*Diocese of Finland, predecessor of diocese of Turku*Finland

Finland (European Parliament constituency)
In European elections, Finland is a constituency of the European Parliament, currently represented by fourteen MEPs. It covers the member state of Finland.-Current MEPs:As of October 2007-1996:This was the first European election in Finland.

Finlandia (car)
Finlandia was the brand name of cars built in Finland between 1922 and 1924 by P.J.Heikkilä in Helsinki. Only four were built using U.S. engines of unknown make. Realizing that this venture was not profitable, Heikkilä abandoned it and returned to bus body manufacture.

Finlandia (song)
"Finlandia" is a song by Canadian Singer/Keyboard player Martha Ladly released as a single in 1981.Ladly left Canadian New Wave band Martha & the Muffins in December 1980 to form the Scenery Club, this was her first independent single released in Canada and the UK in June 1981.

Finlay (disambiguation)
Finlay is a given name and a family name.Finlay may also refer to:*15P/Finlay, Comet Finlay*Finlay , a British indie rock band from London*Dave Finlay, an Irish born professional wrestler.

Finn
Finn is commonly used to refer to a member of the Finn ethnic group or a citizen of Finland.a name* Finn , a Frisian King, who appears in Beowulf and The Fight at Finnsburg

Finn (name)
Finn may be either a surname or a given name, of Irish origin . Notable people sharing the surname are listed below.-Surname:Born after 1800* Edmund Finn , Australian journalist and author

Finnish
Finnish refers to something or someone from, or related to, Finland, such as:* Culture of Finland* Finnish people, the primary ethnic group in Finland* The Finnish language, the national language of the Finnish people* Finnish cuisine

Finnishness
Finnishness is a concept which discusses what makes a Finn a Finn. Ethnic Finnishness can be defined as the identifying focus on Finnish and the nation-state of Finland based on ethnic identity or nationality

Fins (song)
"Fins" is a song performed by American popular music singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffett. It was written by Buffett, Coral Reefer Band members Deborah McColl and Barry Chance, and author Tom Corcoran. It was released as a single on MCA 41109 in July 1979.It was first released on his 1979 album Volcano

Finster
Finster is a surname and may refer to:* Howard Finster, folk artistFictional characters:*Baby-Face Finster, a criminal disguised as a baby in the Merrie Melodies animated short film Baby Buggy Bunny*Finster, a villain in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers

Fiocco (band)
Fiocco was a Belgian dance act by DJ Producer Jan Vervloet. What started as a studio project became the biggest Belgian dance sensation of 1997. In Belgium their success and thereby popularity was comparable with dance acts as Technotronic and 2 Unlimited. Nearly all of their singles and full-album reached the Gold-status in Belgium

Fiona (album)
Fiona is the debut album by the singer Fiona. It was released in 1985, and was produced by Peppi Marchello. Fiona herself co-wrote two of the disc's eight tracks

Fiore
Fiore means flower in Italian. It may refer to either of the following:*Fiore, a region in the fictional Pokémon universe*Fiore, a character in the Sailor Moon R movie*Fiore, a character in "The Girl of the Sixth Moon" by Moony Witcher

Fiori
Fiori may refer to:*Fiori *Fiori musicali*Campo de' Fiori*Fabrizio Della Fiori*S.P. Tre Fiori Società Polisportiva Tre Fiori is a Sanmarinese football club*Fiori a Finnish singing group

Fiorini
Fiorini is an Italian surname and may refer to:* Giuseppe Fiorini , Italian musical instrument maker* Ippolito Fiorini , Italian composer and lutenist, and the maestro di capella at the court of Alfonso II d'Este

Fiorino
Fiorino may refer to:* Fiat Fiorino, a van manufactured by Fiat Motors* Tuscan fiorino, the currency of Tuscany between 1826 and 1859

Fiqh
Fiqh is Islamic jurisprudence. Fiqh is an expansion of the code of conduct expounded in the Quran, often supplemented by tradition and implemented by the rulings and interpretations of Islamic jurists.

Fir
Firs are a genus of 48–55 species of evergreen conifers in the family Pinaceae. They are found through much of North and Central America, Europe, Asia, and North Africa, occurring in mountains over most of the range

FIR
FIR or fir may refer to:*fir, a type of conifer tree*USCGC Fir, either of two buoy tenders of the United States Coast Guard*Fir , free ideal ring -Acronyms:* Falling In Reverse, a post-hardcore band

Fir
Firs are a genus of 48–55 species of evergreen conifers in the family Pinaceae. They are found through much of North and Central America, Europe, Asia, and North Africa, occurring in mountains over most of the range

FIRA
FIRA is a four-letter acronym used for:* FIRA - Association of European Rugby* Federation of Indian Rationalist Associations* Foreign Investment Review Agency * Federation of International Robot-soccer Association

FIRE
FIRE may stand for:* Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, a civil liberties organization* Fully Integrated Robotised Engine, a model of engine produced by Fiat* Future Internet Research and Experimentation

Fire (2006 film)
Fire is a Pakistani Urdu-language film which stars Meera, Reema and Moammar Rana.-Plot summary:Fire is a story about Momi lives with his younger brother and mother. He works in an office and he has a very thick friendship with Noman Masood who works with him in the office. Momi's younger brother who is engaged to Noman's sister, studies in a college

Fire (Arthur Brown song)
"Fire" is a 1968 song by Arthur Brown, Vincent Crane, Mike Finesilver and Peter Ker. Performed by The Crazy World of Arthur Brown, it was released as a single and on the band's debut album, also called The Crazy World of Arthur Brown. The single made #1 in the UK and Canada. In October, it made #2 in the US Billboard charts and #19 in Australia

Fire (band)
Fire was a late 60's early 70's band that consisted of Dave Lambert Bob Voice and Dick Duffall . Brett himself joined them for their now classic Magic Shoemaker LP recorded at Pye Studios London, in 1970. This vinyl LP is currently in the UK's top 10 of collectable vinyl, being listed in Millers Antique Collectable guide

Fire (disambiguation)
Fire is the rapid oxidation of a material in the chemical process of combustion.Fire may also refer to:-Groups:* Fire , a 1960s-1970s English group* Fire , a 1980s group* The Fire , a 2000s Chilean group

Fire (Ferry Corsten feat. Simon Le Bon)
"Fire" by Ferry Corsten is a trance song that was released as a single in 2005, as well as appearing on Ferry Corsten's 2006 album L.E.F. It features vocals by Simon Le Bon from the 1990 song "Serious" by Duran Duran, which were re-recorded by Le Bon instead of sampling from the original song

Fire (musical)
Fire is a 1985 Dora Award winning musical by Paul Ledoux and David Young. The musical is based loosely on the story of Jerry Lee Lewis and his cousin Jimmy Swaggart and the divergent paths their lives took.

Fire (Necro song)
"Fire" is a song by American rapper Necro, released on October 24, 2003. It was the only single from the mixtape Brutality Part 1, released that year.-Track listing:A Side:# "Fire" – 3:01# "Fire" – 3:00

Fire (Ohio Players album)
-Track listing:*All Songs Written By Ohio Players.#"Fire" #"Together" #"Runnin' From The Devil" #"I Want to Be Free" #"Smoke" #"It's All Over" #"What the Hell"

Fire (Ohio Players song)
"Fire" is a hit song by R&B/funk band The Ohio Players. The song was released in late 1974 and it is the opening track from the album of the same name and peaked at the top of both the pop and soul charts. It spent one week at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and five weeks at the top of the Hot Soul Singles chart in early 1975

Fire (Wild Orchid album)
Fire was the third album by Wild Orchid, but was never officially released. In 2001, the album was leaked on the internet. The track, "Simon Sez" was later recorded on the band's next album, "Hypnotic".-Track listing:

Fire and brimstone
Fire and brimstone is an idiomatic expression of signs of God's wrath in the Hebrew Bible and the New Testament. In the Bible, they often appear in reference to the fate of the unfaithful. "Brimstone," possibly the ancient name for sulfur, evokes the acrid odor of volcanic activity

Fire and brimstone (disambiguation)
Fire and brimstone may refer to:* Fire and brimstone * Fire and Brimstone

Fire Brigade (Move song)
"Fire Brigade" is a song written by Roy Wood and performed by The Move, with Wood on lead vocal. The song contains a guitar figure straight out of Duane Eddy

Fire Chief (magazine)
Fire Chief is a magazine that was established in 1956. The magazine examines issues that are of particular importance to managers of fire departments. The magazine has the ISSN 0015-2552. It is published in Chicago by Penton Media. The volumes for May 1968-Nov. 1991 were called also whole no. 134-415.-External links:*

Fire department
A fire department or fire brigade is a public or private organization that provides fire protection for a certain jurisdiction, which typically is a municipality, county, or fire protection district

Fire drill
A fire drill is a method of practicing the evacuation of a building for a fire or other emergency. Generally, the emergency system is activated and the building is evacuated as though a real fire had occurred

Fire Escape (album)
Fire Escape is an album by Sunburned Hand of the Man, released in 2007 on Smalltown Supersound Records and featuring production from Kieran Hebden.

Fire in the Hole
Fire in the Hole is a rock song written by the group Van Halen for their 1998 album Van Halen III. It is one of three singles issued for the album. The song was featured in a well-known scene in the movie Lethal Weapon 4 in which a madman with a flamethrower sets fire to police cars.The music video for this song also includes scenes from the movie Lethal Weapon 4.

Fire In The Hole (Silver Dollar City)
Fire in the Hole is a three story steel enclosed roller coaster at Silver Dollar City in Branson, Missouri. The ride was built in-house by Silver Dollar City in 1972. The ride is often referred to as a cross between dark ride and roller coaster

Fire sale
A fire sale is the sale of goods at extremely discounted prices, typically when the seller faces bankruptcy or other impending distress. The term may originally have been based on the sale of goods at a heavy discount due to fire damage

Kit violin
The kit violin, dancing master's kit, or kit , is a stringed musical instrument. It is essentially a very small violin, designed to fit in a pocket — hence its other common name, the pochette

Kit Williams
Christopher 'Kit' Williams is an English artist, illustrator and author best known for his book Masquerade, a pictorial storybook which contains clues to the location of a golden jewelled hare created by Williams and then buried "somewhere in Britain."Williams wrote another puzzle book with a bee theme; the puzzle was to figure out

Kitanakagusuku, Okinawa
is a village located in Nakagami District, Okinawa, Japan., the village has an estimated population of 16,269 and the density of 1,411.01 persons per km². The total area is 11.53 km².-External links:*

Kitchener, Ontario railway station
Kitchener station is a railway station in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada. It is located slightly to the northeast of downtown Kitchener, at 126 Weber Street West, near the corner of Victoria Street. It is essentially a waiting room and ticket stand built beside a set of tracks also used as a freight yard

Kitchener-Waterloo Oktoberfest
Kitchener-Waterloo Oktoberfest is an annual nine-day festival in the twin cities of Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. Based on the original German Oktoberfest, it is billed as Canada's Greatest Bavarian Festival

Kite
A kite is a tethered aircraft. The necessary lift that makes the kite wing fly is generated when air flows over and under the kite's wing, producing low pressure above the wing and high pressure below it. This deflection also generates horizontal drag along the direction of the wind

Kite (geometry)
In Euclidean geometry a kite is a quadrilateral whose four sides can be grouped into two pairs of equal-length sides that are next to each other. In contrast, a parallelogram also has two pairs of equal-length sides, but they are opposite each other rather than next to each other

Kitimat, British Columbia
Kitimat is a coastal city in northwestern British Columbia, in the Regional District of Kitimat-Stikine. The Kitimat Valley, which includes the adjacent community of Terrace, is the most populous urban district in Northwest British Columbia

Kitsch
Kitsch is a form of art that is considered an inferior, tasteless copy of an extant style of art or a worthless imitation of art of recognized value. The concept is associated with the deliberate use of elements that may be thought of as cultural icons while making cheap mass-produced objects that are unoriginal

Kitten
A kitten is a juvenile domesticated cat.The young of big cats are called cubs rather than kittens. Either term may be used for the young of smaller wild felids such as ocelots, caracals, and lynx, but "kitten" is usually more common for these species.

Kitty Harris
Kitty Harris was a Soviet secret agent. Born to a poor Russian Jewish family in London that emigrated to Winnipeg, Canada, she became a dedicated socialist, active in the Industrial Workers of the World and a leader of the 1919 Winnipeg General Strike. After the IWW was crushed by the U.S. government, Harris became radicalized and left the group

Kitty Kallen
Kitty Kallen is an American popular singer who sang with a number of big bands in the 1940s, coming back in the 1950s to score her biggest hit, "Little Things Mean a Lot" in 1954.-Career:

Kitty Kiernan
Catherine Brigid Kiernan was an Irish woman best known as the fiancée of assassinated Irish revolutionary leader and Chairman of the Provisional Government Michael Collins.-Early life:

Kitty Wells
Ellen Muriel Deason , known professionally as Kitty Wells, is an American country music singer. Her 1952 hit recording, "It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels", made her the first female country singer to top the U.S. country charts, and turned her into the first female country star

Kitwe
Kitwe is the second largest city in terms of size and population in Zambia. With a population of 547,700 Kitwe is one of the most developed commercial and industrial areas in the nation, alongside Ndola and Lusaka

Kiwa hirsuta
Kiwa hirsuta is a crustacean discovered in 2005 in the South Pacific Ocean. This decapod, which is approximately long, is notable for the quantity of silky blond setae covering its pereiopods . Its discoverers dubbed it the "yeti lobster" or "yeti crab."-Identification:K

Kiwi
Kiwi are flightless birds endemic to New Zealand, in the genus Apteryx and family Apterygidae.At around the size of a domestic chicken, kiwi are by far the smallest living ratites and lay the largest egg in relation to their body size of any species of bird in the world

Kiwifruit
The kiwifruit, often shortened to kiwi in many parts of the world, is the edible berry of a cultivar group of the woody vine Actinidia deliciosa and hybrids between this and other species in the genus Actinidia.

KiwiRail
KiwiRail Holdings Limited is the rail operations subsidiary of the New Zealand Railways Corporation, which trades as KiwiRail. Headquartered in Wellington, New Zealand, KiwiRail is the largest rail transport operator in New Zealand. Since July 2010 John Spencer has been the Chairman

Kiyoshi Hikawa
is a Japanese enka singer who was born on September 6, 1977 in Minami-ku, Fukuoka, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan. His real name is and he is known as "The Prince of Enka" due to his young age and popularity

Kizito
Saint Kizito was one of the Martyrs of Uganda. The youngest martyr slain by the King Mwanga II of Buganda, he was burned alive in 1886. He was canonized on 18 October 1964 by Pope Paul VI at Rome. His feast day is on June 3.

Kizza Besigye
Warren Kizza Besigye Kifefe, commonly known as Kizza Besigye, is a Ugandan physician, politician and former military officer, in the in the UPDF. He currently serves as the Chairman of the Forum for Democratic Change political party

KJLA
KJLA channel 49 is a digital-only multiplexed full power television station, licensed to Ventura, California, with studios based in West Los Angeles, California. It is a multilingual television station with programming in Spanish, English, Korean, Vietnamese, and Mandarin, and is the home of LATV

KJRH
KJRH-TV, virtual channel 2, is the NBC-affiliated television station in Tulsa, Oklahoma. It is owned by The E.W. Scripps Company. KJRH broadcasts from its studios in the Brookside district in midtown Tulsa on South Peoria Avenue and its transmitter is located in Oneta, Oklahoma.The station broadcasts its digital signal on VHF channel 8, using its former analog channel assignment of 2 as

KKDA (AM)
KKDA is an AM radio station broadcasting as Soul 73 serving the Dallas/Fort Worth area. The station is licensed in Grand Prairie, Texas, and is owned and operated by Service Broadcasting.-History:

KKDA (FM)
KKDA-FM, known to Dallas listeners as "K-104", has been the leading radio station in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex for over the last thirty years. It is a longtime heritage Urban Contemporary/Mainstream Urban-formatted station that broadcasts on 104.5 MHz frequency. It is owned by Service Broadcasting Corporation alongside with its AM counterpart KKDA-AM and KRNB-FM

KKJZ
KKJZ is a non-commercial public radio station in Southern California broadcasting from the Long Beach State campus. The station is one of several public radio stations in Southern California presenting jazz and blues.

Klara Hitler
Klara Hitler née Pölzl was an Austrian woman, the wife of Alois Hitler and the mother of Adolf Hitler.-Family background and marriage:

Klaus Barbie
Nikolaus 'Klaus' Barbie was an SS-Hauptsturmführer , Gestapo member and war criminal. He was known as the Butcher of Lyon.- Early life :

Klebsiella pneumoniae
Klebsiella pneumoniae is a Gram-negative, non-motile, encapsulated, lactose fermenting, facultative anaerobic, rod shaped bacterium found in the normal flora of the mouth, skin, and intestines.

Klein-Gordon equation
The Klein–Gordon equation is a relativistic version of the Schrödinger equation.

Klemens Wenzel von Metternich
Prince Klemens Wenzel von Metternich was a German-born Austrian politician and statesman and was one of the most important diplomats of his era

Klement Gottwald
Klement Gottwald was a Czechoslovakian Communist politician, longtime leader of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia , prime minister and president of Czechoslovakia.-Early life:

Kleptomania
Kleptomania is an irresistible urge to steal items of trivial value. People with this disorder are compelled to steal things, generally, but not limited to, objects of little or no significant value, such as pens, paper clips, paper and tape

KLFY-TV
KLFY-TV, channel 10, is a CBS affiliated television station in Lafayette, Louisiana. Broadcasting on DTV 10.1, its transmitter is located in Maxie, Louisiana

Klickitat Tribe
The Klickitat are a Native American tribe of the Pacific Northwest. A Shahaptian tribe, their eastern neighbors were the Yakama, who speak a closely related language. Their western neighbors were various Salishan and Chinookan tribes

Klingon
Klingons are a fictional warrior race in the Star Trek universe.Klingons are recurring villains in the 1960s television show Star Trek: The Original Series, and have appeared in all five spin-off series and eight feature films

Klipspringer
The Klipspringer, Oreotragus oreotragus, is a small species of African antelope.-Name:The word klipspringer literally means "rock jumper" in Afrikaans/Dutch

KLIV
KLIV is an AM radio station in the San Francisco Bay Area based in San Jose, California. The station operates at 1590 kHz on the AM band. It is owned by Empire Broadcasting, and is headed by News and Program Director George Sampson.-Programming:

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
Koninklijke Luchtvaart Maatschappij N.V., operating under the name KLM Royal Dutch Airlines , is the flag carrier airline of the Netherlands and is part of Air France-KLM

Klondike Gold Rush
The Klondike Gold Rush, also called the Yukon Gold Rush, the Alaska Gold Rush and the Last Great Gold Rush, was an attempt by an estimated 100,000 people to travel to the Klondike region the Yukon in north-western Canada between 1897 and 1899 in the hope of successfully prospecting for gold

KLSR-TV
KLSR-TV, a U.S. television station serving Eugene, Oregon, is an affiliate of the Fox network. Its transmitter is located in Eugene. It was Eugene's second UHF station to sign on the air. It is owned by California Oregon Broadcasting of Medford, Oregon.

Klutz
Klutz may refer to:*Most commonly, a clumsy person*Klutz Press is an imprint of Scholastic Press*Klütz is a surname and a town in the Nordwestmecklenburg district, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany

Klyuchevskaya Sopka
Klyuchevskaya Sopka is a stratovolcano which is the highest mountain on the Kamchatka Peninsula of Russia and the highest active volcano of Eurasia. Its steep, symmetrical cone towers about from the Bering Sea

Kløfta
Kløfta is a village located in Ullensaker, Akershus, Norway. It has a population of approximately 6,000 inhabitats.Literally translated, the name means 'the cleft' in English. It probably refers to a junction of three roads heading for Oslo, Trondheim and Kongsvinger. At Kløfta, the road RV2 towards Sweden branches off from the E6

Kmart
Kmart, sometimes styled as "K-Mart," is a chain of discount department stores. The chain acquired Sears in 2005, forming a new corporation under the name Sears Holdings Corporation. The company was founded in 1962 and is the third largest discount store chain in the world, behind Wal-Mart and Target, with stores in the United States, Puerto Rico, the U.S

KMBC-TV
KMBC-TV virtual channel 9 is a television station affiliated with the ABC television network, located in Kansas City, Missouri. KMBC-TV is owned by Hearst Television and its studios are located on Winchester Ave. near Swope Park in Kansas City, Missouri. The station's high guyed mast broadcast tower built in 1988 is at 5701 E

KMEL
KMEL is an Urban Contemporary-formatted radio station located in San Francisco, California, and owned by Clear Channel Communications.

KMET
KMET was a Los Angeles radio station originally owned by Metromedia that first took to the air in June 1968 at 94.7 MHz and signed off on February 14, 1987

KMID
KMID is the ABC affiliated television station in Midland-Odessa, Texas, owned and operated by Nexstar Broadcasting Group, which is headquartered in Irving, Texas. KMID ABC2 was acquired by Nexstar in 2000

KMOV
KMOV, virtual channel 4, is the CBS-affiliated television station in St. Louis, Missouri. KMOV is owned by the Dallas-based Belo Corporation, with its studio and office facilities in St

KMPH-TV
KMPH-TV is a television station in Fresno, California broadcasting digitally on television channel 28, and is licensed to nearby Visalia. It is the Fresno-area affiliate of the Fox Broadcasting Company. It is owned by Titan Broadcast Group and is sister station to KFRE-TV, the Central Valley's CW affiliate

KNAC
KNAC is an internet based heavy metal music radio station. It was previously a Los Angeles, California area FM radio station.-KNAC at 105.5 FM:

Knee
The knee joint joins the thigh with the leg and consists of two articulations: one between the fibula and tibia, and one between the femur and patella. It is the largest joint in the human body and is very complicated. The knee is a mobile trocho-ginglymus , which permits flexion and extension as well as a slight medial and lateral rotation

Kneser graph
In graph theory, the Kneser graph is the graph whose vertices correspond to the -element subsets of a set of elements, and where two vertices are connected if and only if the two corresponding sets are disjoint

Knesset
The Knesset is the unicameral legislature of Israel, located in Givat Ram, Jerusalem.-Role in Israeli Government :The legislative branch of the Israeli government, the Knesset passes all laws, elects the President and Prime Minister , approves the cabinet, and supervises the work of the government

Knickerbocker Holiday
Knickerbocker Holiday is a musical written by Kurt Weill and Maxwell Anderson ; it was directed by Joshua Logan. Among the songs introduced was the "September Song", now considered a pop standard.- History :

Knickerbocker Storm
The Knickerbocker Storm was a blizzard that occurred on January 27–28, 1922 in the upper South and middle Atlantic United States. The storm took its name from the resulting collapse of the Knickerbocker Theatre in Washington, D.C. shortly after 9 p.m

Knife juggling
Knife juggling is a variant of toss juggling using special knives which are thrown and caught. Although knives are sometimes juggled recreationally, it is generally a performance art

Knight Engine
The Knight Engine was an internal combustion engine, designed by American Charles Yale Knight , that used sleeve valves instead of the more common poppet valve construction.- History :

Knights of Columbus
The Knights of Columbus is the world's largest Catholic fraternal service organization. Founded in the United States in 1882, it is named in honor of Christopher Columbus.

Knights of Labor
The Knights of Labor was the largest and one of the most important American labor organizations of the 1880s. Its most important leader was Terence Powderly

Knights of Pythias
The Knights of Pythias is a fraternal organization and secret society founded at Washington, DC, on 19 February 1864.The Knights of Pythias was the first fraternal organization to receive a charter under an act of the United States Congress. It was founded by Justus H. Rathbone, who had been inspired by a play by the Irish poet John Banim about the legend of Damon and Pythias

Knights of Saint Mulumba
The Knights of Saint Mulumba were founded in Onitsha, Anambra, Nigeria in 1953. Currently, there are 7,689 members. The Supreme Knight of the order is Bro. Anthony C. Onuh.-External links:*

Knights of the Golden Circle
The Knights of the Golden Circle was a secret society. Some researchers believe the objective of the KGC was to prepare the way for annexation of a golden circle of territories in Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean for inclusion in the United States as slave states

Knights Templar
The Poor Fellow-Soldiers of Christ and of the Temple of Solomon , commonly known as the Knights Templar, the Order of the Temple or simply as Templars, were among the most famous of the Western Christian military orders

Knights Templar in England
The history of the Knights Templar in England began when the French nobleman Hughes de Payens, the founder and Grand Master of the order of the Knights Templar, visited the country in 1118 to raise men and money for the Crusades.-History:

Knights Templar Seal
The Grand Masters of the Knights Templar during the later 12th and the 13th century used a double-sided great seal which showed a representation of The Dome of the Rock on one side, and the Order's symbol of two knights on one horse on the other side.This design is first attested as in use by Bertrand de Blanquefort, the order's