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Flyaway (Nutshell album)
Flyaway is the title of the second album by the Christian trio Nutshell.-Side one:# "Walking into the Wind"# "Sara"# "Moonlight"# "Conversation Pieces"# "Flyaway"-Side two:# "Feel Like a River"# "Safe and Sound"# "For Each Other"

Flyaway (Nutshell album)
Flyaway is the title of the second album by the Christian trio Nutshell.-Side one:# "Walking into the Wind"# "Sara"# "Moonlight"# "Conversation Pieces"# "Flyaway"-Side two:# "Feel Like a River"# "Safe and Sound"# "For Each Other"

Flycatcher (comics)
Flycatcher, or Prince Ambrose and later King Ambrose, is a fictional character in the comic book series Fables, created by Bill Willingham

Flyer
Flyer or flier may refer to:* An aviator* Flyer , a single page leaflet* Flier , a sunfish native to the Southern United States* Memphis Flyer, a free weekly alternative newspaper

Flyer (automobile)
The Flyer was a brass era automobile manufactured in Mt. Clemens, Michigan by the Flyer Motor Car Company from 1913-1914. The Flyer had a monobloc four-cylinder water-cooled engine with selective transmission.

FLYER (magazine)
FLYER is a monthly magazine for the UK general aviation community. It is published by Seager Publishing. The current retail price is £3.95, or £7.50 per quarter by subscription. The Magazine competes with Pilot and advertising-based freesheet, Loop.

Flyer (Nanci Griffith album)
Flyer is a 15-track studio album, primarily of original material by singer-songwriter Nanci Griffith, released in 1994. It was nominated for Best Contemporary Folk Album in the 37th Annual Grammy Awards

Flyer (steamboat 1891)
Flyer was a steamboat that served from 1891 to 1929 on Puget Sound. During her last years, from 1918 to the end of her service, she was officially known as the Washington. The Flyer ran for millions of miles at high speed, more than any inland vessel in the world

Flying
Flying may refer to:* The act or process of flight* Aviation* Flying , a monthly publication* "Flying", a poem by Patti Smith from her book Woolgathering* UFO 2: Flying, a 1971 album by UFO* Flying

Flying (1986 film)
Flying is 1986 drama film directed by Paul Lynch and starring Olivia d'Abo, Rita Tushingham and Keanu Reeves.-Cast:

Flying (Bryan Adams song)
-Chart positions:

Flying (grammatrain album)
Flying is the second studio album by Grammatrain.-Track listing:# "Jonah" - 2:41# "Less of Me" - 2:48# "Flying" - 5:11# "Rocketship" - 2:25# "Peace" - 4:13# "Pain" - 4:46# "Sell Your Soul" - 3:22# "Fuse" - 3:48# "Spiderweb" - 3:16

Flying (magazine)
Flying is an aviation magazine published since 1927 . It is read by pilots, aircraft owners, and aviation-oriented executives in business and general aviation markets worldwide.

Flying bomb
A flying bomb is a manned or unmanned aerial vehicle or aircraft carrying a large explosive warhead, a precursor to contemporary cruise missiles

Flying fish (disambiguation)
Flying fish are a marine fish family consisting of about 70 species. Their unusually large pectoral fins allow them to take short gliding flights through the air above the surface of the water to escape predators.Flying fish can also refer to:

Flying Fish (TV series)
Flying Fish is an 8-episode Singaporean television drama series produced by Singapore Broadcasting Corporation in 1983. It revolves around the travails of an aspiring teenage swimmer.-Cast:

Flying fox (fish)
The flying fox is a popular freshwater community-aquarium fish that belongs to the Cyprinidae family. It is known to eat green algae

Flying Fox (horse)
Flying Fox was a British Thoroughbred racehorse who won the 1899 English Triple Crown Races and was the leading sire in France three times.-Breeding:

Flying saucer
A flying saucer is a type of unidentified flying object sometimes believed to be of alien origin with a disc or saucer-shaped body, usually described as silver or metallic, occasionally reported as covered with running lights or surrounded with a glowing light, hovering or moving rapidly either alone or in tight formations with other

Flying saucer (disambiguation)
Flying saucer primarily refer to:* Flying saucer, the name given to a type of unidentified flying object ,Flying saucer may also refer to:-Movies:* The Flying Saucer, a 69-minute 1950, American, black-and-white science fiction film,* Earth vs

Flying saucer (library)
Flying Saucer is a pure Java library for rendering XML, XHTML, and CSS 2.1 content.It is intended for embedding web-based user interfaces into Java applications, but cannot be used as a general purpose web browser since it does not support HTML.Thanks to its capability to save rendered XHTML to PDF , it is often used as a server side

Flyleaf
Flyleaf is an American alternative metal band, formed in the Belton and Temple, Texas regions in 2000. The band has charted on mainstream rock, Christian pop and Christian metal genres. They performed around the United States in 2003 until releasing their eponymous debut album, Flyleaf, in 2005. The album went platinum after selling more than one million copies

Flyleaf (album)
Flyleaf is the debut studio album by the American rock band Flyleaf. It was released on October 4, 2005 through Octone Records. A re-packaged CD/DVD Special Edition was released on October 30, 2007, which included additional acoustic tracks and music videos

Flyleaf (EP)
- Track listing :#*Breathe Today" *#*Photo gallery*#*Screensavers*#*Promotional Video Material#*Web Links

Flypaper (film)
Flypaper is a 1997 crime feature film starring Craig Sheffer, Robert Loggia, Sadie Frost, Talisa Soto and Lucy Liu. It was written and directed by Klaus Hoch.

Flyswatter
A flyswatter is a hand-held device for killing flies and other insects. A flyswatter usually consists of a small rectangular sheet of lightweight, flexible, vented material, usually thin metallic, rubber, or plastic mesh, attached to a lightweight wire or plastic handle about long

Flyway
A flyway is a flight path used in bird migration. Flyways generally span over continents and often oceans.-Flyways of the Americas:*Atlantic Flyway*Central Flyway*Mississippi Flyway*Pacific Flyway*Allegheny Front

Flyweight
Flyweight is a class in boxing which includes fighters weighing less than 112 lb but above 108 lb .-Professional boxing:

Flyweight (disambiguation)
Flyweight may mean:* Flyweight pattern, a software design pattern in computer science;* Flyweight, a class in boxing;* Flyweight , a class in mixed martial arts.

Flywheel (disambiguation)
A flywheel is a rotating disk used as a storage device for kinetic energy.The term also may refer to:* An energy storage device that includes a flywheel: flywheel energy storage* Flywheel, a 2003 Christian drama film by Sherwood Pictures

Flywheel (film)
Flywheel is an American Christian drama film about a car salesman who intentionally overcharges his customers until reaching a turning point in his life where he decides to end his shady business practices and become a Christian. Alex Kendrick both directed the film and starred in the lead role, and with Stephen Kendrick co-wrote the film

FM (soundtrack)
FM is the original soundtrack to the 1978 film FM. The soundtrack won the 1979 Grammy Award for Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical.-Track listing:#"FM " - Steely Dan – 4:52#"Night Moves" - Bob Seger – 3:27

FN (motorcycle)
FN was a Belgian company established in 1899 to make arms and ammunition, and from 1901 to 1967 was also a motorcycle manufacturer

FNG
FNG may refer to:* "Fucking New Guy", a derogatory slang term first used by the US military during the Vietnam War to refer to a newly-arrived recruit who joined a pre-existing unit.

FO
Fo or FO may refer to:* Fo Department of the Houet Province of Burkina Faso* Face Off * Fallout * Faroe Islands, ISO 3166-1 country code, FO** .fo, the country code top level domain for Faroe Islands

FO (complexity)
FO is the complexity class of structures which can be recognised by formulae of first-order logic. It is the foundation of the field of descriptive complexity and is equal to the complexity class AC0 FO-regular

Foal
A foal is an equine, particularly a horse, that is one year old or younger. More specific terms are colt for a male foal and filly for a female foal, but these terms are used until the horse is age three or four. When the foal is nursing from its dam , it may also be called a suckling

Foals (band)
Foals are an English indie rock band from Oxford. They are currently signed to Transgressive Records in the UK and Sub Pop in the US. They released their debut album Antidotes on 24 March 2008 in the UK, and 8 April 2008 in the US

Foam
-Definition:A foam is a substance that is formed by trapping gas in a liquid or solid in a divided form, i.e. by forming gas regions inside liquid regions, leading to different kinds of dispersed media

Foam
-Definition:A foam is a substance that is formed by trapping gas in a liquid or solid in a divided form, i.e. by forming gas regions inside liquid regions, leading to different kinds of dispersed media

Foam (disambiguation)
Foam may refer to:* Foam, a substance that is formed by trapping gas bubbles in a liquid or solid.* Foam , a modern food preparation and presentation technique* Foam , also FoAM, an arts and technology organization

Foam (organization)
FoAM describes itself as "a laboratory for the propagation of lived and living experience." The networked, Brussels-based collective constitutes a group of designers, scientists, cooks, artists, engineers and gardeners who share an interest in taking knowledge from their respective areas of expertise and applying it in new public contexts

Foamy
Foamy may refer to:* Having a foam-like texture* Foamy the squirrel, a character in the webtoon, Neurotically yours* Foamy the Freakadog, a briefly appearing sidekick to the eponymous superhero on the Freakazoid television show

Fob
A fob is an object used to make manual access easier. It may refer to:*Fob pocket, a small pocket in trousers or waistcoats originally intended to hold a pocket watch*Key fob, a medallion used to identify a key ring, or position on the ring

FOC (album)
FOC is the debut album released by Australian collaborative rock group Far Out Corporation in 1998. It was also the only album released by the group.-Track listing:# "Don't Blame the Beam"# "Hold"# "Sick Bed"# "Montreal"# "Shadow Overload"

Focal
Focal may refer to:*Focal , an Irish lexicographical website*FOCAL **FOCAL-69**Focal *Focal Radio, a radio station based in Stoke-on-Trent, England-See also:*Focus

Focal (lexicographical website)
focal.ie is a lexicographical website with the aim of creating a comprehensive database for Irish Language terminology.Funded by the European Union and Foras na Gaeilge, it was developed by Fiontar in collaboration with a similar project being undertaken by the University of Wales,

Focal point
A focal point may mean:* Focus , the point at which initially collimated rays of light meet after passing through a convex lens, or reflecting from a concave mirror.

Foce
Foce is a commune in the Corse-du-Sud department of France on the island of Corsica.-Population:-References:*

Focus
Focus, FOCUS, or foci may refer to:In science, mathematics or computing:*Focus , selectively concentrating on one aspect of the environment while ignoring other things

FOCUS
FOCUS is a computer programming language. It is a database query building language, regarded as a fourth-generation programming language. produced by Information Builders Inc

Focus
Focus, FOCUS, or foci may refer to:In science, mathematics or computing:*Focus , selectively concentrating on one aspect of the environment while ignoring other things

Focus (Christian magazine)
Focus magazine is a Christian religion magazine published in the U.S.

Focus (film)
Focus is a 2002 movie, starring William H. Macy, Laura Dern, David Paymer, and Meat Loaf based on a 1945 novel by playwright Arthur Miller.-Plot:

Focus (German magazine)
Focus is a German weekly news magazine published in Munich and distributed throughout Germany. It is the third-largest weekly news magazine in Germany. It is considered conservative and leaned towards economic liberalism.- Overview :

Focus (novel)
Focus is a 1945 novel by Arthur Miller dealing with issues of racism, particularly antisemitism. In 2002, a film version, starring William H. Macy, was released.-Plot summary:

FOCUS (organization)
The Fellowship of Catholic University Students is a Catholic outreach program for American college students founded in 1997 by Curtis Martin and Dr. Edward Sri at Benedictine College. Using Campus Crusade for Christ as a model, the organization sends missionaries to campuses around the country at the request of the local Bishop

Focusing
In psychotherapy-related disciples, the term focusing is used to refer to the simple matter of holding a kind of open, non-judging attention to something which is directly experienced but is not yet in words. Focusing can be used to become clear on what one feels or wants

Focusing (disambiguation)
Focusing may refer to:* Focusing, a psychotherapic technique* Focusing * The act of adjusting something to make a beam focus

Fodder
Fodder or animal feed is any agricultural foodstuff used specifically to feed domesticated livestock such as cattle, goats, sheep, horses, chickens and pigs. Most animal feed is from plants but some is of animal origin

Foe
Foe is another word for an enemy. It may also refer to:*Foe , a unit of energy used in astrophysics*Foe , a novel written by J. M

Fog (album)
Tuman is a studio album of Sofia Rotaru released in the very beginning of 2007. The CD includes mostly unreleased, but already aired songs, although only a selection of them. It is a multilingual album, hence traditional edition for Sofia Rotaru

Fog (band)
Fog is a band fronted by Andrew Broder, which includes members Mark Erickson and Tim Glenn. For most of their existence, material released by Fog had been produced largely by Broder alone, combining both traditionally performed instruments and turntable-derived samples, until the switch to a traditional three-piece rock band format was announced in 2006

Fogger
A fogger is any device that creates a fog, typically containing an insecticide for killing insects and other arthropods. Foggers are often used by consumers as a low cost alternative to professional pest control services. The number of foggers needed for pest control depends on the size of the space to be treated, as stated for safety reasons on the instructions supplied with the devices

Lantern
A lantern is a portable lighting device or mounted light fixture used to illuminate broad areas. Lanterns may also be used for signaling, as 'torches', or as general light sources outdoors . Low light level varieties are used for decoration. The term "lantern" is also used more generically to mean a 'light source' or the enclosure for a light source

Lanternfish
Cooper Lanternfishes are small mesopelagic fish of the large family Myctophidae. One of two families in the order Myctophiformes, the Myctophidae are represented by 246 species in 33 genera, and are found in oceans worldwide. They are aptly named after their conspicuous use of bioluminescence

Lanthanide
The lanthanide or lanthanoid series comprises the fifteen metallic chemical elements with atomic numbers 57 through 71, from lanthanum through lutetium

Lanthanum
Lanthanum is a chemical element with the symbol La and atomic number 57.Lanthanum is a silvery white metallic element that belongs to group 3 of the periodic table and is the first element of the lanthanide series. It is found in some rare-earth minerals, usually in combination with cerium and other rare earth elements

Lanval
"Lanval" is one of the Lais of Marie de France. Written in Anglo-Norman, it tells the story of a knight at King Arthur's court who is overlooked by the king, wooed by a fairy lady, given all manner of gifts by her, and subsequently refuses the advances of Queen Guinevere

Lanzhou
Lanzhou is the capital and largest city of Gansu Province in Northwest China. A prefecture-level city, it is a key regional transportation hub, allowing areas further west to maintain railroad connections to the eastern half of the country.

Laocoön and his Sons
The statue of Laocoön and His Sons , also called the Laocoön Group, is a monumental sculpture in marble now in the Vatican Museums, Rome. The statue is attributed by the Roman author Pliny the Elder to three sculptors from the island of Rhodes: Agesander, Athenodoros and Polydorus

Laogai
Laogai , the abbreviation for Láodòng Gǎizào , which means "reform through labor," is a slogan of the Chinese criminal justice system and has been used to refer to the use of prison labor and prison farms in the People's Republic of China . It is estimated that in the last fifty years more than 50 million people have been sent to laogai camps

Laon-Couvron Air Base
Laon-Couvron Air Base is a former French and United States Air Force base in France. It is located in the Aisne département of France, less than one mile southeast of the village of Couvron and 6 miles northwest of Laon; on the southwest side of the Autoroute des Anglais 1 Mile east of the village of Couvron-et-Aumencourt.Since 1967, the facility has

Laos
Laos Lao: ສາທາລະນະລັດ ປະຊາທິປະໄຕ ປະຊາຊົນລາວ Sathalanalat Paxathipatai Paxaxon Lao, officially the Lao People's Democratic Republic, is a landlocked country in Southeast Asia, bordered by Burma and China to the northwest, Vietnam to the east, Cambodia to the south and Thailand to the west

Laozi
Laozi was a mystic philosopher of ancient China, best known as the author of the Tao Te Ching . His association with the Tao Te Ching has led him to be traditionally considered the founder of Taoism

Lap
A lap is a surface created between the knee and hips of a bipedal being when it is in a seated or lying down position.-Consumer products for laps:

Lap joint
In woodworking or metal fitting, a lap joint is a technique for joining two pieces of material by overlapping them. A lap may be a full lap or half lap.

Lapidary
A lapidary is an artist or artisan who forms stone, mineral, gemstones, and other suitably durable materials into decorative items such as engraved gems, including cameos, or cabochons, and faceted designs

Lapilli
Lapilli is a size classification term for tephra, which is material that falls out of the air during a volcanic eruption or during some meteorite impacts. Lapilli means "little stones" in Latin. They are in some senses similar to ooids or pisoids in calcareous sediments.By definition lapilli range in size from 2 mm to 64 mm in diameter

Lapis lazuli
Lapis lazuli is a relatively rare semi-precious stone that has been prized since antiquity for its intense blue color.

Lapse rate
The lapse rate is defined as the rate of decrease with height for an atmospheric variable. The variable involved is temperature unless specified otherwise. The terminology arises from the word lapse in the sense of a decrease or decline; thus, the lapse rate is the rate of decrease with height and not simply the rate of change

Lapu-Lapu
Lapu-Lapu was the ruler of Mactan, an island in the Visayas, Philippines, who is known as the first native of the archipelago to have resisted the Spanish colonization

Lapua
Lapua is a town and municipality of Finland.It is located next to the Lapua River in the province of Western Finland and is part of the Southern Ostrobothnia region. The town has a population of and covers an area of ofwhich is water

Lara Spencer
Lara Spencer is the lifestyle anchor for Good Morning America. She is also a correspondent for Nightline and ABC News. Previously, she was the host of the syndicated television newsmagazine The Insider and was a regular contributor to CBS's The Early Show

LARC-LX
LARC-LX , or as it was originally designated BARC is a welded steel hulled amphibious cargo vehicle. It could carry up to 100 tons of cargo or 200 people, but a more typical load was 60 tons of cargo or 120 people

LARC-V
LARC-V , is an aluminium-hulled amphibious cargo vehicle capable of transporting 5 tons. It was developed in the United States during the 1950s, and is used in a variety of auxiliary roles to this day.

Laredo, Texas
Laredo is the county seat of Webb County, Texas, United States, located on the north bank of the Rio Grande in South Texas, across from Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, Mexico. According to the 2010 census, the city population was 236,091 making it the 3rd largest on the United States-Mexican border, after San Diego, California and El Paso, Texas

Large Hadron Collider
The Large Hadron Collider is the world's largest and highest-energy particle accelerator. It is expected to address some of the most fundamental questions of physics, advancing the understanding of the deepest laws of nature.

Large Magellanic Cloud
The Large Magellanic Cloud is a nearby irregular galaxy, and is a satellite of the Milky Way. At a distance of slightly less than 50 kiloparsecs , the LMC is the third closest galaxy to the Milky Way, with the Sagittarius Dwarf Spheroidal and Canis Major Dwarf Galaxy lying closer to the center of the Milky Way

Large numbers
This article is about large numbers in the sense of numbers that are significantly larger than those ordinarily used in everyday life, for instance in simple counting or in monetary transactions

Largemouth bass
The largemouth bass is a species of black bass in the sunfish family native to North America . It is also known as widemouth bass, bigmouth, black bass, bucketmouth, Potter's fish, Florida bass, Florida largemouth, green bass, green trout, linesides, Oswego bass, southern largemouth

Largest organisms
The largest organism found on Earth can be measured using a variety of methods. It could be defined as the largest by volume, mass, height or length. Some organisms group together to form a superorganism, though this cannot truly be classed as one large organism

Largo, Maryland
Largo is an unincorporated area and census designated place in Prince George's County, Maryland, in the United States. The population was 8,408 at the 2000 census.

Lark Rise to Candleford (TV series)
Lark Rise to Candleford is a British television costume drama series, adapted by the BBC from Flora Thompson's trilogy of semi-autobiographical novels about the English countryside, published between 1939 and 1943. The first episode aired on 13 January 2008 on BBC One and BBC HD in the UK. In the US, the series began airing on select PBS stations in the spring of 2009

Larry Ellison
Lawrence Joseph "Larry" Ellison is the co-founder and chief executive officer of Oracle Corporation, one of the world's leading enterprise software companies. As of 2011, he is the third wealthiest American citizen, with an estimated worth of $33 billion.- Early life :Larry Ellison was born in the Bronx, New York City to Florence Spellman, an unwed 19-year-old

Larry Hoover
Larry Hoover was the leader of the Chicago street gang called Gangster Disciples.-Early life:

Larry Lujack
Larry Lujack , a Top 40 Music radio disc jockey, was known for his world-weary sarcastic style, "Klunk Letter of the Day" and darkly humorous "Animal Stories" along with "sidekick Little Tommy", and "Cheap Trashy Show Biz Report." He was also referred to as Superjock, Lawrence of Chicago, Uncle Lar, and King of the Corn Belt.Born in

Lars Monsen
Lars Thorbjørn Monsen is a Sámi-Norwegian adventurer and journalist, famous for his explorations and backpacking expeditions in harsh wilderness. In particular, he became especially known for his thru-hiking trip in northern Canada and Alaska, which was filmed and documented by Monsen himself, and then broadcast on NRK in 2005

Larva
A larva is a distinct juvenile form many animals undergo before metamorphosis into adults. Animals with indirect development such as insects, amphibians, or cnidarians typically have a larval phase of their life cycle

Larvicide
A larvicide is an insecticide that is specifically targeted against the larval life stage of an insect. Their most common use is against mosquitoes

Laryngectomy
Laryngectomy is the removal of the larynx and separation of the airway from the mouth, nose and esophagus. The laryngectomee breathes through an opening in the neck, a stoma. This procedure is usually performed in cases of laryngeal cancer

Laryngoscope
Laryngoscopy is a medical procedure that is used to obtain a view of the vocal folds and the glottis. Laryngoscopy may be performed to facilitate tracheal intubation during general anesthesia or cardiopulmonary resuscitation or for procedures on the larynx or other parts of the upper tracheobronchial tree.Direct laryngoscopy is carried out with the

Larynx
The larynx , commonly called the voice box, is an organ in the neck of amphibians, reptiles and mammals involved in breathing, sound production, and protecting the trachea against food aspiration. It manipulates pitch and volume

Las Meninas
Las Meninas is a 1656 painting by Diego Velázquez, the leading artist of the Spanish Golden Age, in the Museo del Prado in Madrid. The work's complex and enigmatic composition raises questions about reality and illusion, and creates an uncertain relationship between the viewer and the figures depicted

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria commonly known as Las Palmas is the political capital, jointly with Santa Cruz, the most populous city in the Autonomous Community of the Canary Islands and the ninth largest city in Spain, with a population of 383,308 in 2010. Nearly half of the people of the island and 18.35% of all inhabitants of the Canary Islands live in this city

Las Piñas City
The City of Las Piñas is a city in the National Capital Region of the Philippines

Las Vegas
Las Vegas may refer to:* Las Vegas Valley, consisting of Las Vegas and surrounding areas** Las Vegas, Nevada, the city** Las Vegas Strip, the resort destination and location of many of the largest hotel and casino resorts in the world

Las Vegas Marathon
The Rock 'n' Roll Las Vegas Marathon & 1/2 Marathon is an annual marathon foot-race run in and around Las Vegas, Nevada.-History:The race is one of the oldest marathons in the United States, having been run since 1967.

Las Vegas, Nevada
Las Vegas is the most populous city in the U.S. state of Nevada and is also the county seat of Clark County, Nevada. Las Vegas is an internationally renowned major resort city for gambling, shopping, and fine dining. The city bills itself as The Entertainment Capital of the World, and is famous for its casino resorts and associated entertainment

Lasagna
Lasagna is a wide and flat type of pasta and possibly one of the oldest shapes. As with most other pasta shapes, the word is generally used in its plural form lasagne in Italy and the U.K. Traditionally, the dough was prepared in Southern Italy with semolina and water and in the northern regions, where semolina was not available, with flour and eggs

LaSalle (borough)
LaSalle is a community in the Greater Montreal Region of Quebec, Canada. Of which, for quite a lengthy time was once a municipality following the town's inaugural foundation in 1912 until the classification as a borough of the city of Montreal during the 2002 amalgamation.All of which was a provincial enforcement requiring many other adjacent municipalities on the Island of Montreal to

LaSalle Bank
LaSalle Bank Corporation was the holding company for LaSalle Bank N.A. and LaSalle Bank Midwest N.A. . With $116 billion in assets, it was headquartered at 135 South LaSalle Street in Chicago, Illinois

LaSalle College
Montreal's LaSalle College is the largest private bilingual technical college in Canada. It was established in 1959 and is accredited by the Quebec government.-Programs:The college offers two types of programs: pre-university and technical

Lascar Volcano
-Geographical setting:Lascar is located in the altiplano of the Antofagasta Region of northern Chile, east of the Salar de Atacama, immediately west of the Aguas Calientes volcano, and to the northeast of Laguna Lejía

Lascaux
Lascaux is the setting of a complex of caves in southwestern France famous for its Paleolithic cave paintings. The original caves are located near the village of Montignac, in the department of Dordogne. They contain some of the best-known Upper Paleolithic art. These paintings are estimated to be 17,300 years old

Laser
A laser is a device that emits light through a process of optical amplification based on the stimulated emission of photons. The term "laser" originated as an acronym for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation

Laser lighting display
A laser lighting display or laser light show involves the use of laser light to entertain an audience. A laser light show may consist only of projected laser beams set to music, or may accompany another form of entertainment, typically a dance concert or other musical performance.Laser light is useful in entertainment because the coherent nature of laser light allows a narrow

Laser microphone
The main type of laser microphone is a surveillance device that uses a laser beam to detect sound vibrations in a distant object. The object is typically inside a room where a conversation is taking place, and can be anything that can vibrate in response to the pressure waves created by noises present in the room

Laser printer
A laser printer is a common type of computer printer that rapidly produces high quality text and graphics on plain paper. As with digital photocopiers and multifunction printers , laser printers employ a xerographic printing process, but differ from analog photocopiers in that the image is produced by the direct scanning of a laser beam across the printer's photoreceptor.-

Lasia
Lasia is a genus of flowering plants in the Araceae family. The genus contains only two species both of which are native to Asia, Lasia spinosa and Lasia concinna. Lasia was believed to be a monotypic genus until 1997 when a wild population of Lasia concinna was discovered in a farmer's paddy field in West Kalimantan, Indonesia

LASIK
LASIK or Lasik , commonly referred to simply as laser eye surgery, is a type of refractive surgery for correcting myopia, hyperopia, and astigmatism

Lasioderma serricorne
Lasioderma serricorne, commonly known as the cigarette beetle, cigar beetle, or tobacco beetle, is very similar in appearance to the drugstore beetle and the common furniture beetle , and all three species belong to the family Anobiidae.L. serricorne is around 2–3 mm long, and brown in colour

Laskarina Bouboulina
Laskarina Bouboulina , 11 May 1771 - 22 May 1825) was a Greek naval commander, heroine of the Greek War of Independence in 1821, and posthumously, an Admiral of the Imperial Russian Navy.-Early life:

Lassen Peak
Lassen Peak is the southernmost active volcano in the Cascade Range. It is part of the Cascade Volcanic Arc which is an arc that stretches from northern California to southwestern British Columbia

Lassen Volcanic National Park
Lassen Volcanic National Park is a United States National Park in northeastern California. The dominant feature of the park is Lassen Peak; the largest plug dome volcano in the world and the southern-most volcano in the Cascade Range

Lassi
Lassi is a popular and traditional yogurt-based drink of the Indian Subcontinent. It is made by blending yogurt with water and Indian spices

Lassie (1954 TV series)
Lassie is an American television series that follows the adventures of a female Rough Collie named Lassie and her companions, human and animal. The show was the creation of producer Robert Maxwell and animal trainer Rudd Weatherwax and was televised from September 12, 1954, to March 24, 1973

Lassie Come Home
Lassie Come Home is a 1943 MGM film starring Roddy McDowall and canine actor, Pal, in a story about the profound bond between Yorkshire boy Joe Carraclough and his rough collie, Lassie. The film was directed by Fred M. Wilcox from a screenplay by Hugo Butler based upon the 1940 novel Lassie Come-Home by Eric Knight

Lasswade
Lasswade is a civil parish and village in Midlothian, Scotland, on the River North Esk, nine miles south of Edinburgh city centre, between Dalkeith and Loanhead

Last
A last is a form in the approximate shape of a human foot, used by shoemakers and cordwainers in the manufacture and repair of shoes. Lasts typically come in pairs, and throughout their history have been made from many materials, including hardwoods, cast iron, and, more recently, high density plastics.- Production :Lasts are made to varying degrees in the shape of the human foot,

Last Call with Carson Daly
Last Call with Carson Daly is an American late night talk show that is broadcast on NBC. The show is hosted by Carson Daly, the half-hour show featuring celebrity interviews, documentary-style coverage of a topic, and musical performances. Last Call airs weeknights at 1:35 a.m. Eastern / 12:35 a.m. Central, currently the latest of the major networks' late night talk shows

Last prophet
The term Last Prophet is used in religious contexts to refer to the last person through whom God speaks, after which there is to be no other.-Islam:

Last Spike (Canadian Pacific Railway)
The Last Spike of the Canadian Pacific Railway was the final spike driven into the Canadian Pacific Railway at Craigellachie, British Columbia at 9:22 am on November 7, 1885