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Firmino is a Portuguese surname , may refer to:given name or maternal family name* Osvaldinho, real name Firmino Baleizão da Graça Sardinha, Portuguese footballer* Diego Monar Firmino Martins, Brazilian footballer

Firmness is a faculty from the discipline of Phrenology.-Definition:Firmness is the faculty which stands for determination, and persistence, for the connection between principles and acts, for perseverance, determination, resolution, and stamina

In electronic systems and computing, firmware is a term often used to denote the fixed, usually rather small, programs and/or data structures that internally control various electronic devices

First or 1st is the ordinal form of the number one.First or 1st may also refer to:* First , minor summit below the Schwarzhorn in the Bernese Alps in Switzerland* First , mountain in Bernese Alps in Switzerland

First (Baroness album)
First is the first official recording by the metal band Baroness . The art work was done by Baroness singer John Baizley .-Track listing:All songs written by Baroness, lyrics by John Baizley.# "Tower Falls" - 7:09# "Coeur" - 3:18# "Rise" - 6:30

First (song)
"First" is a pop rock song recorded by American singer Lindsay Lohan for her debut album Speak. It was released as the album's third and final single on May 10, 2005 . The song was released to help promote Lohan's film, Herbie: Fully Loaded, in which it appears on the soundtrack

First Aid Kit (album)
First Aid Kit is the second full-length studio album by Disco Ensemble, originally released in 2005 in Finland by Fullsteam Records. In 2006 it was reissued as a worldwide release by Universal Music Group. Four songs were rerecorded for this reissue and it also included one additional track, "Eyes of a Ghost" from the Black Euro CD single

First Aid Kit (band)
First Aid Kit is a Swedish folk duo composed of sisters Johanna and Klara Söderberg, whose close vocal harmonies and woodsy, folk-influenced songwriting take influence from the likes of Fleet Foxes and Joanna Newsom. Hailing from Enskede, a southern suburb of Stockholm, the teenaged siblings began composing songs in 2007

First aid kit (disambiguation)
A first aid kit is a collection of supplies and equipment for use in giving first aid.First aid kit may also refer to:* First Aid Kit , an album by Disco Ensemble* First Aid Kit , a Swedish folk band

First class
The term First class generally implies a high level of service, importance or quality. Specific uses of the term include:-Sports:* First-class cricket

First class (aviation)
First class is a luxury travel class on some airliners that exceeds business class, premium economy, and economy class. On a passenger jetliner, first class refers to a limited number of seats or cabins located in the front of the aircraft which are notable for their comfort, service, and privacy

First Class (game show)
First Class was a 1980s BBC TV game show hosted by Debbie Greenwood. The show was broadcast on Saturday evenings on BBC 1 and ran for at least three series. Two teams of three students would take part in a multi-format quiz featuring questions on both general knowledge and popular culture, as well as innovative video game rounds

First grade
First grade is a year of primary education in schools in the United States and English-speaking provinces of Canada. It is the first school year after kindergarten

First hand
Firsthand is obtained directly from the original source. The phrase may also refer to:* First Hand , the debut album released by Steven Curtis Chapman* First Hand Foundation, a non-profit organisation

First Hand (album)
First Hand is the debut album released by Christian singer Steven Curtis Chapman. The album was released in 1987 by Sparrow Records and features the hit single "Weak Days".The album features a sound of country music mixed with soft rock and pop.

First Lady (disambiguation)
First Lady is the unofficial title used in some countries for the spouse of an elected head of state.First Lady may also refer to:*First Lady , a 1935 play by George S

First language
A first language is the language a person has learned from birth or within the critical period, or that a person speaks the best and so is often the basis for sociolinguistic identity

First person
First person may refer to:* First-person narrative, a literary device* First-person interpretation, a museum technique* First Person , an interview-based television series created by Errol Morris

First person (video games)
In video games, first person refers to a graphical perspective rendered from the viewpoint of the player character. In many cases, this may be the viewpoint from the cockpit of a vehicle. Many different genres have made use of first-person perspectives, ranging from adventure games to flight simulators

First Time (Finger Eleven song)
"First Time" is a 2000 single by Canadian rock band, Finger Eleven from their album The Greyest of Blue Skies. The song was used in the Dragon Ball Z feature film Lord Slug.-Music video:

First Time (Jackie Chan album)
First Time is the ninth album to be released by actor and singer Jackie Chan. It was released across Asia in 1992. This marks the first album Chan sings the majority of the songs in Mandarin.

First Time (Lifehouse song)
"First Time" is a song by American alternative band Lifehouse. It is the first single released from their fourth studio album, Who We Are . The song was written by lead singer Jason Wade alongside Jude Cole, who produced the song. Wade felt it was urgent to write the track and said that he had to think deep to write it

First Time (Morning Musume album)
is the first album from the J-pop idol group Morning Musume, consisting of only the 1st and 2nd generation members. It was released on July 8, 1998 and sold 310,290 copies

First Time (Robin Beck song)
"First Time" is singer Robin Beck's first significant chart hit, released in 1988. It was originally recorded for a Coca-Cola commercial the same year and subsequently released as a single

First Water
First Water means "highest quality" and is a term which originates from the gemstone trade. The clarity of diamonds is assessed by their translucence; the more like water, the higher the quality. This comparison of diamonds with water dates back to at least the early 17th century, and Shakespeare alludes to it in Timon of Athens, 1607

First World (film)
First World is a 2007 independent science fiction short film written and produced by Mark Lund and directed by Adam Starr. This 25 minute short has bypassed the traditional film festival circuit and has been distributed primarily at science fiction conventions in the United States, Japan, Australia and Great Britain

First-person shooter (disambiguation)
First-person shooter is a video game genre.First-person shooter may also refer to:*"First Person Shooter" , an episode of The X-Files-See also:*First-person shooter engine, a type of video game engine

Firstborn may refer to:* The first born baby in childbirth* primogeniture* bechor in rabbinical JudaismFilms and books* Firstborn , a 1984 film that stars Teri Garr, Peter Weller, and Christopher Collet

Firth is the word in the Lowland Scots language and in English used to denote various coastal waters in Scotland and England. In mainland Scotland it is used to describe a large sea bay, or even a strait. In the Northern Isles it more usually refers to a smaller inlet

fis is the E. coli gene encoding FIS protein. The regulation of this gene is more complex than most other genes in the E. coli genome, as FIS is an important protein which regulates expression of other genes. It is supposed that fis is regulated by H-NS, IHF and CRP

Fis (disambiguation)
Fis may refer to:* Fis phenomenon, a phenomenon in linguistics* fis, the E. coli gene encoding the FIS protein* F♯, a musical noteSee also FIS.

FIS (protein)
FIS is a nucleoid-associated protein in E. coli. It is highly expressed from fis gene from the end of the stationary phase till the mid-exponential phase. It is a DNA binding protein. It affects the topology and supercoiling of E. coli chromosome, and it regulates the expression of many other genes.-References:

Under the Merovingians and Carolingians, the fisc applied to the royal demesne which paid taxes, entirely in kind, from which the royal household was meant to be supported, though it rarely was

Fiscal usually refers to government finance. In this context, it may refer to:* Fiscal deficit, the budget deficit of a government* Fiscal policy, use of government expenditure to influence economic development

Fischen im Allgäu is a municipality in the district of Oberallgäu in Bavaria in Germany.- History :During World War II, a subcamp of the Dachau concentration camp was located here.- References :

Fischer (automobile)
The Fischer was a brass era automobile manufactured in Detroit, Michigan by the G.J. Fischer Company in 1914. It was a light car , built as a two- or four-seater model, including a sedan. It had a Perkins four-cylinder water-cooled 1.2L engine. It had a selective transmission and shaft drive. The two-seater cost $525, and the sedan cost $845

Fish (Kent cricketer)
Fish refers to a noted professional cricketer in the 18th century who was chiefly associated with Kent in the 1760s and 1770s.

Fish slice
Fish cake or fish slice is a commonly cooked food in southern China and overseas Chinese communities. The fillet is made of fish that has been finely pulverized. It is made of the same surimi used to make fish balls.-Usage:

Fish slice (disambiguation)
Fish slice may refer to:* Fish slice, Asian cuisine ingredient* Fish slice , a serving implement* Spatula, another name for the kitchen utensil

A fishbowl is a container for fish. See aquarium.Fishbowl can also refer to:* A car with no window tints as to show its interior* Fishbowl , a debate format* My Fishbowl, an episode of the television show Scrubs

Fishbowl (conversation)
A fishbowl conversation is a form of dialog that can be used when discussing topics within large groups. Fishbowl conversations are usually used in participatory events like Open Space Technology and Unconferences. The advantage of Fishbowl is that it allows the entire group to participate in a conversation.- Method :Four to five chairs are arranged in an inner circle

Fisher is an archaic term for fisherman, revived as gender-neutral.Fisher or Fishers may also refer to:*Fisher , a North American mustelid*Fisher , a rock band featuring Kathy Fisher as lead singer

Fisher (band)
Fisher is a band consisting of songwriter Ron Wasserman and vocalist Kathy Fisher. Fisher has enjoyed some mainstream success. "I Will Love You" was featured in a 2001 episode of Roswell and in the 2007 film Death Sentence

Fisher (yachts)
The Fisher line of motorsailing yachts is a line of fiberglass yachts in sizes from 25 ft to 46 ft. Currently completely build from scratch to finished product by Northshore Shipyard in Itchenor near Chichester, England- Short history :

Fisher cat
Fisher cat may refer to:*An informal name for the fisher , a relative of the weasel*Another name for the Fishing Cat, a type of cat found in Asia .

A fisherman or fisher is someone who captures fish and other animals from a body of water, or gathers shellfish. Worldwide, there are about 38 million commercial and subsistence fishermen and fish farmers. The term can also be applied to recreational fishermen and may be used to describe both men and women

Fisheye may refer to:* The eye of a fish or other aquatic creature resembling a fish* Fisheye lens, used in photography* Fisheye, a character from the anime Sailor Moon* FishEye , a revision control browser by Atlassian Software Systems

FishEye is a revision-control browser and search engine owned by Atlassian, Inc. Although FishEye is a commercial product, it is freely available to open source projects and non-profit institutions

Fisheye (album)
Fisheye is Callalily's second album released on March 7, 2008 by Sony Music. It contains singles Susundan, Ako'y Babalik and Hintay.

Fishhook (disambiguation)
-Geography:Cambodia:* Fishhook, CambodiaUnited States:* Fishhook, Alaska* Fishhook, Illinois* Fish Hook River, in Minnesota-Other uses:* The informal name of the symbol for the Alveolar tap in the International Phonetic Alphabet

A fishmonger is someone who sells fish and seafood

In rail terminology, a fishplate, splice bar or joint bar is a metal bar that is bolted to the ends of two rails to join them together in a track. The name is derived from fish, a wooden bar with a curved profile used to strengthen a ship's mast

A fishwife or fish fag is a woman who sells fish. In this context, the word wife means woman rather than married woman. This usage stems from Old English wif and is akin to the German weib, also meaning "woman"

Fishy may refer to*Fish, or pertaining to the odor of fish or something else suspicious*Something Fishy, a novel by PG Wodehouse*Something Fishy , episode of The Honeymooners*Fishy Feline, episode of Garfield and Friends

The fissi is a critically endangered species of fish in the Cichlidae family. It is endemic to Lake Barombi Mbo in western Cameroon

In nuclear engineering, a fissile material is one that is capable of sustaining a chain reaction of nuclear fission. By definition, fissile materials can sustain a chain reaction with neutrons of any energy. The predominant neutron energy may be typified by either slow neutrons or fast neutrons

Fission is a splitting of something into two parts.Fission may refer to:*In physics, nuclear fission is a process where a large atomic nucleus is split into two smaller particles.

Fission (band)
Fission is a Swedish melodic death metal band formed in 2002. The band began as Benny Hägglund's personal project, with the hopes of fusing melody and aggression into his music. After writing some material, he decided to seek aid from Andreas Hedlund of Vintersorg, the band in which Hägglund plays live session drums

Fissipedia is a former biological suborder comprising the largely land-based families of the order Carnivora. By and large, members of this suborder are meat-eaters, with the giant panda and red panda being the most notable exceptions.In some former taxonomic classifications, Pinnipedia is treated as an order in its own right rather than as a suborder

In anatomy, a fissure is a groove, natural division, deep furrow, elongated cleft, or tear in various parts of the body.-Brain:

Fissure (disambiguation)
In anatomy, a fissure is a deep, elongated groove or tear in various parts of the body.Fissure may also refer to:* Fissure , a break in the tooth enamel* Skin fissure

Fist may refer to:* In falconry, the hand covered by a heavy glove as in boxing, on which the hawk perches* Fisting, the act of the inserting fingers or the whole hand in a vagina or rectum for sexual pleasure

Russian fist fighting is the traditional bare-knuckle boxing of Russia.-History:The earliest accounts concerning the sport date to the 13th century

Fistmele, also known as the "brace height", is an older term used in archery to describe the correct distance between a bow and its string. The term itself is a Saxon word indicating the measure of a clenched hand with the thumb extended.

In medicine, a fistula is an abnormal connection or passageway between two epithelium-lined organs or vessels that normally do not connect. It is generally a disease condition, but a fistula may be surgically created for therapeutic reasons.-Locations:Fistulas can develop in various parts of the body

Korean Basketball League
The Korean Basketball League, often abbreviated to the KBL, is the pre-eminent men's professional basketball league in South Korea. Its inaugural season was in 1997. The season starts in October and ends in April the following year. The KBL consists of 10 teams. Each team plays 54 games . Each team is allowed to have 2 foreign players

Korean beer
Beer was introduced to Korea by Europeans in early-20th century. Both of current major breweries date from 1920s. The third participant, Jinro Coors Brewery, was founded in 1990's, but was acquired by OB later.

Korean language
Korean is the official language of the country Korea, in both South and North. It is also one of the two official languages in the Yanbian Korean Autonomous Prefecture in People's Republic of China. There are about 78 million Korean speakers worldwide. In the 15th century, a national writing system was commissioned by Sejong the Great, the system being currently called Hangul

Korean mythology
Korean mythology consists of national legends and folk-tales which come from all over the Korean Peninsula. Even within the same ethnic group, myths tend to have slightly different variations

Korean Pine
The tree species Pinus koraiensis is commonly called Korean Pine. It is native to eastern Asia, Korea, Manchuria, far eastern Russia, and central Japan. In the north of its range, it grows at moderate altitudes, typically to , whereas further south, it is a mountain tree, growing at to altitude in Japan

Korean reunification
Korean reunification refers to the hypothetical future reunification of North Korea and South Korea under a single government

Korean tea ceremony
The Korean tea ceremony or darye is a traditional form of tea ceremony practiced in Korea. Darye literally refers to "etiquette for tea" or "day tea rite" and has been kept among Korean people for a few thousand years

Korean War
The Korean War was a conventional war between South Korea, supported by the United Nations, and North Korea, supported by the People's Republic of China , with military material aid from the Soviet Union

Korean wine
Korean culture has a great variety of traditional alcoholic beverages, most of which are called by the Sino-Korean term ju .-Origin:

Korean yang
The yang was the currency of Korea between 1892 and 1902. It was subdivided into 10 jeon , 100 bun and 5 yang = 1 hwan .-Etymology:The word yang is a cognate of the Chinese "tael"

Korematsu v. United States
Korematsu v. United States, 323 U.S. 214 , was a landmark United States Supreme Court case concerning the constitutionality of Executive Order 9066, which ordered Japanese Americans into internment camps during World War II.

is a Japanese multinational corporation that manufactures electronic musical instruments, audio processors and guitar pedals, recording equipment, and electronic tuners

Korg M1
The Korg M1 is the world's first widely-known music workstation. Its onboard MIDI sequencer and palette of sounds allowed musicians to produce complete professional arrangements

Korg MS-2000
The Korg MS2000 is a virtual analog synthesizer produced by the Japanese electronic musical instrument manufacturer Korg.-History and features:

Korg Wavestation
The Korg Wavestation is a vector synthesis synthesizer first produced in the early 1990s and later re-released as a software synthesizer in 2004. Its primary innovation was Wave Sequencing, a method of multi-timbral sound generation in which different PCM waveform data are played successively, resulting in continuously evolving sounds

Korina Sanchez
Korina Maria Sanchez-Roxas is a Filipina broadcast journalist, TV host and commercial endorser.-Early life:Korina Sanchez was born on October 5, 1964 in Hong Kong. Her father, Ramon P. Sanchez, Sr. , was the General Manager of then Hong Kong landmark, Ambassador Hotel. She is the only girl of Ramon and Celia Sanchez's brood of five children

The korowai, also called the Kolufo, are a people of southeastern Papua . They number about 3,000. Until 1970, they were unaware of the existence of any people besides themselves.

Koryaksky or Koryakskaya Sopka is a volcano on the Kamchatka Peninsula in the far east of Russia. It lies within sight of Kamchatka Krai's administrative center, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky

Kos or Cos is a Greek island in the south Sporades group of the Dodecanese, next to the Gulf of Gökova/Cos. It measures by , and is from the coast of Bodrum, Turkey and the ancient region of Caria. Administratively the island forms a separate municipality within the Kos peripheral unit, which is part of the South Aegean Periphery

Kosciusko County, Indiana
Kosciusko County is a county located in the U.S. state of Indiana. Census 2010 recorded the population at 77,358. The county seat is Warsaw.The county was formed in 1836. It was named after the Polish general Tadeusz Kościuszko, who served in the American Revolutionary War, and then returned to Poland

Kosciuszko National Park
Kosciuszko National Park covers 690,000 hectares and contains mainland Australia's highest peak, Mount Kosciuszko for which it is named, and Cabramurra the highest town in Australia

A is a Japanese family registry. Japanese law requires all Japanese households to report births, acknowledgements of paternity, adoptions, disruptions of adoptions, deaths, marriages and divorces of Japanese citizens to their local authority, which compiles such records encompassing all Japanese citizens within their jurisdiction

Kosher tax
The "Kosher tax" is a canard or urban legend spread by antisemitic, white supremacist and other extremist organizations

Koshi River
The Kosi River or Koshi —also Saptakoshi for its seven Himalayan tributaries—is a trans-boundary river flowing through Nepal and India. Some of the rivers of the Koshi system, such as the Arun, the Sun Kosi and the Bhote Koshi, originate in the Tibet Autonomous Region of China

Kosi Zone
Koshi Zone Koshi Zone is divided into six districts:*Bhojpur District*Dhankuta District*Morang District*Sankhuwasabha District*Sunsari District*Terhathum District-See also:*Zones of Nepal*Regions of Nepal*Districts of Nepal

Kosovo District
Kosovo District was a district in the Serbian province of Kosovo and Metohija between 1990 and 1999. It was located in the middle and had a population of 672,292. Its capital was Pristina

Kota Kinabalu
Kota Kinabalu , formerly known as Jesselton, is the capital of Sabah state in East Malaysia. It is also the capital of the West Coast Division of Sabah. The city is located on the northwest coast of Borneo facing the South China Sea. The Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park lies on one side and Mount Kinabalu, which gave the city its name, is nearby

Kota, Rajasthan
Kota , formerly known as Kotah, is a city in the northern Indian state of Rajasthan. It is located south of state capital, Jaipur. Situated on the banks of Chambal River, the city is the trade centre for an area in which millet, wheat, rice, pulses, coriander and oilseeds are grown; industries include cotton and oilseed milling, textile weaving, distilling, dairying, manufacture of

Kotagiri is a panchayat town in The Nilgiris District in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu.Kotagiri is situated at an elevation of around 1793 m above sea level and is one of the three popular hill stations located in the Nilgiris

Koto (musical instrument)
The koto is a traditional Japanese stringed musical instrument, similar to the Chinese guzheng, the Mongolian yatga, the Korean gayageum and the Vietnamese đàn tranh. The koto is the national instrument of Japan. Koto are about length, and made from kiri wood

Kotooshu Katsunori
Kotoōshū Katsunori is a professional sumo wrestler or rikishi. He made his debut in 2002, reaching the top division just two years later

Kottonmouth Kings
Kottonmouth Kings is an American rap rock group from Placentia, Orange County, California. Kottonmouth Kings officially formed in 1994, and describe themselves as "psychedelic hip-hop punk rock"

Kousa Dogwood
The Kousa Dogwood is a small deciduous tree 8–12 m tall, native to eastern Asia. Like most dogwoods, it has opposite, simple leaves, which are 4–10 cm long. The tree is extremely showy when in bloom, but what appear to be four petaled white flowers are actually bracts spread open below the cluster of inconspicuous yellow-green flowers

Kovvuru is a small town, municipality and mandal in West Godavari district, in the state of Andhra Pradesh, India. It is situated adjacent to the west bank of the Godavari River.-Quick Facts:The name of Kovvuru was derived from Govu vooru

Koyna Dam
The Koyna Dam is one of the largest dams in Maharashtra, India. It is a rubble-concrete dam constructed on Koyna River which rises in Mahabaleshwar, a hillstation in Sahyadri ranges

KP Snacks
KP Snacks is a British producer of branded and own-label maize and potato based snacks, "Choc Dips" and nuts. The KP originally stood for Kenyon Produce. The company is based in Rotherham, South Yorkshire, England.

KPHO-TV, channel 5, is a CBS-affiliate television station located in Phoenix, Arizona, USA. KPHO-TV is owned by the Meredith Corporation, and has its studios located on Black Canyon Highway in the Alhambra Village section of Phoenix, with its transmitter located on South Mountain in Phoenix

KPRC-TV is the NBC affiliated television station based in Houston, Texas, and serving the Greater Houston television market. It has studios located in the Sharpstown district on the Southwest portion of the city, and has a transmitter site in unincorporated Fort Bend County near Missouri City

KPRS is an Urban contemporary radio station that broadcasts on the 103.3 MHz frequency licensed to Kansas City. The station's playlist consists of hip-hop, R&B, soul, jazz, and gospel music

KPTM is the Fox-affiliated television station for Omaha, Nebraska. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 43 from a transmitter south of Gretna and I-80. The station can also be seen on Cox channel 10 and in high definition on digital channel 710

Kraak porcelain
Kraak porcelain is a type of Chinese export porcelain produced mainly from the Wanli reign until around 1640. It was among the first Chinese export ware to arrive in Europe in mass quantities, and was frequently featured in Dutch still life paintings of foreign luxuries, as in the one by Jan Davidsz de Heem at right.-Name:Kraak porcelain is believed to be named after

Kraft Foods
Kraft Foods Inc. is an American confectionery, food and beverage conglomerate. It markets many brands in more than 170 countries. 12 of its brands annually earn more than $1 billion worldwide: Cadbury, Jacobs, Kraft, LU, Maxwell House, Milka, Nabisco, Oscar Mayer, Philadelphia, Trident, Tang

Krajina dinar
The dinar was the currency in Republic of Serbian Krajina between 1992 and 1994.-History:There were three distinct dinars. The first was introduced in July 1992 in parallel with the new Yugoslav dinar of that year, to which it was equal

Krakatoa is a volcanic island made of a'a lava in the Sunda Strait between the islands of Java and Sumatra in Indonesia. The name is used for the island group, the main island , and the volcano as a whole. The island exploded in 1883, killing approximately 40,000 people, although some estimates put the death toll much higher

Kramer Guitars
Kramer Guitars is an American manufacturer of electric guitars and basses. Kramer produced aluminum-necked electric guitars and basses in the 1970s and wooden-necked guitars catering to hard rock and heavy metal musicians in the 1980s; Kramer is currently a division of Gibson Guitar Corporation

The kransekake is a traditional Norwegian and Danish dessert, usually eaten on special occasions such as weddings, baptisms, Christmas, or New Year's Eve. Kransekakes take the form of a series of concentric rings of cake, layered on top of each other in order to form a steep-sloped cone shape

Krantiveer is an Indian Bollywood film directed by Mehul Kumar, released on 22 July 1994. The film stars Nana Patekar, Dimple Kapadia, Atul Agnihotri, Mamta Kulkarni, Danny Denzongpa and Paresh Rawal in lead roles

The krar or kraar is a five- or six-stringed bowl-shaped lyre from Eritrea and Ethiopia. The instrument is tuned to a pentatonic scale. A modern krar may be amplified, much in the same way as an electric guitar or violin.

Krasnodar is a city in Southern Russia, located on the Kuban River about northeast of the Black Sea port of Novorossiysk. It is the administrative center of Krasnodar Krai . Population: -Name:

Krasnodar Krai
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Kraven the Hunter
Kraven the Hunter is a fictional character, a supervillain and enemy of Spider-Man appearing in comic books published by Marvel Comics. Kraven's name is Sergei Kravinoff. He also appears as Xraven, with white-grey skin and red eyes, possessing the powers of X-Men. He is the half-brother of Dmitri Smerdyakov, better known as the Chameleon

KRCR-TV is an ABC affiliated television station in California, USA, that serves the northern Sacramento Valley, including the towns of Redding and Chico. Its studios are located in Redding, where the station is licensed

KRCW-TV is the CW-affiliated television station for Portland, Oregon that is licensed to Salem. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 33 from a transmitter in the Sylvan-Highlands section of Portland. Owned by the Tribune Company, KRCW has studios on Southwest Arctic Drive in Beaverton

Kreis Gnesen
Kreis Gnesen is one of several Kreise in the northern administrative district of Bromberg, in the Prussian province of Posen.-Table of Standesamter:

Kremlin Wall Necropolis
Burials in the Kremlin Wall Necropolis in Moscow began in November 1917, when 240 pro-Bolshevik victims of the October Revolution were buried in mass graves on Red Square. It is centered on both sides of Lenin's Mausoleum, initially built in wood in 1924 and rebuilt in granite in 1929–1930

Kresge Eye Institute
The Kresge Eye Institute in Detroit, Michigan is a leading medical center for the preservation of sight and has an international reputation for its pioneering eye research program, basic science studies and as a major referral center for the treatment of difficult vision problems.-History:Founded in 1948, the Kresge Eye Institute is part of the eight hospitals/institutes composing the

Kreuzberg, a part of the combined Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg borough located south of Mitte since 2001, is one of the best-known areas of Berlin

KREX-TV, digital channel 2 , is the CBS affiliate for most of western Colorado, USA. Based in Grand Junction and owned by Hoak Media Corporation, it operates digitally on VHF channel 2.-History:

The Kriegsmarine was the name of the German Navy during the Nazi regime . It superseded the Kaiserliche Marine of World War I and the post-war Reichsmarine. The Kriegsmarine was one of three official branches of the Wehrmacht, the unified armed forces of Nazi Germany.The Kriegsmarine grew rapidly during German naval rearmaments in the 1930s

Krio language
Sierra Leone Krio is the lingua franca and the de facto national language spoken throughout the West African nation of Sierra Leone. Krio is spoken by 97% of Sierra Leone's population and unites the different ethnic groups in the country, especially in their trade and social interaction with each other

The kris or keris is an asymmetrical dagger or sword nowadays most strongly associated with the culture of Indonesia, but also indigenous to Malaysia, Southern Thailand and Brunei. It is known as kalis in the southern Philippines. The kris is famous for its distinctive wavy blade , but many have straight blades as well

Kris Aquino
Kristina Bernadette Cojuangco Aquino , commonly known as Kris Aquino, is a Filipino television and movie personality who gained prominence from her talk shows, game shows, and numerous endorsements. Known as the Queen of All Media and Philippines' Queen of Talk, she is the youngest daughter of former Philippine senator Benigno Aquino, Jr

Kris Reyes
Kris Reyes is a Canadian television journalist, who will debut as the news anchor on Global's The Morning Show in September 2011. She was formerly a reporter and anchor on Citytv Toronto's CityNews at 6, CityNews Tonight and Breakfast Television, as well as a host of the talk show CityOnline on CablePulse 24.She left Citytv in September 2010, and subsequently joined

KRIS-TV is the NBC-affiliated television station for the Corpus Christi area of South Texas. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on VHF channel 13 from a transmitter in Robstown

Krishan Chander
Krishan Chander was an Urdu and Hindi Afsaana Nigaar, or short story writer. He wrote mainly in Urdu, but was well-versed in Hindi and English.

Krishna Mohan Banerjee
Krishna Mohan Banerjee was a prominent member of Henry Louis Vivian Derozio’s Young Bengal group, educationist, linguist and Christian missionary.-Early life:

Krishna River
The Krishna River , is one of the longest rivers in central-southern India, about . It is also referred to as Krishnaveni in its original nomenclature

Śrī Kriṣhṇa Devarāya , , , and also known as Krishna Devarayulu in some inscriptions was the famed Emperor of the Vijayanagara Empire who reigned from 1509–1529 CE.He is the third ruler of the Tuluva Dynasty. Presiding over the empire at its zenith, he is regarded as an icon by many Indians

Krishnagiri District
Krishnagiri is a district in the state of Tamil Nadu, India. The municipal town of Krishnagiri is the district headquarters. In Tamil Nadu, E-Governance was first introduced at Krishnagiri district under the National e-Governance Project in Revenue, Social Welfare departments on a pilot basis