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Fogging (censorship)
Fogging is a type of visual censorship. An area for a picture or movie is blurred to obscure it from sight. This form of censorship is used for sexually related images/scenes, hiding genitals, pubic hair, or sexual penetration of any sort. Pixelization is a form of fogging

Foghorn
A foghorn or fog signal or fog bell is a device that uses sound to warn vehicles of hazards or boats of the presence of other vehicles in foggy conditions. The term is most often used in relation to marine transport

FOIA
FOIA stands for Freedom of Information Act and may refer to:*Freedom of information legislation Legislation granting freedom of information has been enacted around the world*Freedom of Information Act

Foil
Foil may refer to:Materials* Foil , a quite thin sheet of metal, usually manufactured with a rolling mill machine* Metal leaf, a very thin sheet of decorative metal* Aluminium foil, a type of wrapping for food

Foil (chemistry)
A foil is a very thin sheet of metal, usually made by hammering or rolling a piece of metal. Foils are most easily made with malleable metals, such as aluminium, copper, tin, and gold. Foils usually bend under their own weight and can be torn easily. The more malleable a metal, the thinner foil can be made with it

FOL
The acronym FOL may mean:* FOL , a song by The Smashing Pumpkins which stands for "Feel Our Love"* Flower of Life, a geometric symbol with religious meaning* Fountain of Life, Christian iconography symbol associated with baptism

Fold (album)
Fold was the debut release by Australian rock band Epicure. It was issued on 7 August 2000.-Track listing:# "Calm"# "Feet From Under Me"# "Johnny Venus"# "Son Shine"# "Bottom Of A Well"# "Lights Out!"# "Fly The Flag"# "Opportunity's Knocking"

Folded optics
Folded optics is an optical system in which the beam is bent in a way to make the optical path much longer than the size of the system. Prismatic binoculars are a well-known example.

Folder
Folder may refer:* File folder, a kind of folder that holds loose papers* Folder , a virtual container within a digital file system, in which groups of files and other folders can be kept and organized

Folding
Fold or folding may refer to:* Paper folding, the art of folding paper* Book folding, in book production* Skin fold, an area of skin that folds* Fold , in the game of poker, to discard one's hand and forfeit interest in the current pot

Folding (chemistry)
In chemistry, folding is the process by which a molecule assumes its shape or conformation. The process can also be described as intramolecular self-assembly where the molecule is directed to form a specific shape through noncovalent interactions, such as hydrogen bonding, metal coordination, hydrophobic forces, van der Waals forces, pi-pi interactions, and/or electrostatic

Foley (filmmaking)
Foley is a term that describes the process of live recording of sound effects that are created by a Foley artist, which are added in post production to enhance the quality of audio for films, television, video, video games and radio.

Foley (surname)
Foley is a surname, originating in Ireland in the south east Munster region. The name is derived from the original modern Irish Ó Foghlú and older Irish Ó Foghladha, with the original meaning of plunderers. The Lord of the Decies was a title attributed to some early Foleys

Foliation
In mathematics, a foliation is a geometric device used to study manifolds, consisting of an integrable subbundle of the tangent bundle. A foliation looks locally like a decomposition of the manifold as a union of parallel submanifolds of smaller dimension.

Folic acid
Folic acid and folate , as well as pteroyl-L-glutamic acid, pteroyl-L-glutamate, and pteroylmonoglutamic acid are forms of the water-soluble vitamin B9

Folie
Folie or Folies may refer to:* A Bar at the Folies-Bergère, the last major work by French painter Édouard Manet* À la folie, 1994 film by Diane Kurys* À la folie ou pas du tout, Belgian entry in the 1972 Eurovision Song Contest

Folies
Folies is a commune in the Somme department in Picardie in northern France.-Geography:Folies is situated on the D329 road, some southeast of Amiens.-Population:-External links:*

Folio
Folio may refer to:* Folio , a book size* A particular edition of a book printed on folio pages, such as the First Folio of William Shakespeare's plays* A leaf of a book: see Recto and verso* Folio , a sans-serif typeface

Folio (text)
A folio is a book or pamphlet made up of one or more full sheets of paper, on each of which four pages of text are printed, two on each side; each sheet is then folded once to produce two leaves. Each leaf of a folio book thus is one half the size of the original sheet

Folio (typeface)
Folio is a realist sans-serif typeface designed by Konrad Bauer and Walter Baum in 1957 for the Bauersche Gießerei

Folium (vermis)
The folium vermis is a short, narrow, concealed band at the posterior extremity of the vermis, consisting apparently of a single folium, but in reality marked on its upper and under surfaces by secondary fissures.

Folk
The English word Folk is derived from a Germanic noun, *fulka meaning "people" or "army"

Folk music
Folk music is an English term encompassing both traditional folk music and contemporary folk music. The term originated in the 19th century. Traditional folk music has been defined in several ways: as music transmitted by mouth, as music of the lower classes, and as music with unknown composers. It has been contrasted with commercial and classical styles

Folklore (16HP album)
Folklore is the 4th studio album by 16 Horsepower, released in 2002.As hinted to by its name, most of the material on the album is drawn from traditional folk music. Only four of the songs on the album are original 16 Horsepower compositions.-Track listing:

Folklore (disambiguation)
Folklore is a body of expressive culture.Folklore may also refer to:* Folklore , the journal of the Folklore Society* Folklore , a 2007 Playstation 3 video game

Folklore (Jorge Cafrune album)
Folklore is the second album by the Argentine singer Jorge Cafrune, released in Argentina in 1962.- Track listing :#"Zamba de un cantor"#"La olvidada"#"Zamba de abril"#"Cuando nada te debía"#"La Caspi Corral"#"Tata Juancho"#"Voy andando"

Folles
Folles is a commune in the Haute-Vienne department in the Limousin region in west-central France.-References:*

Follicle
Follicle may refer to:*Follicle , a small spherical group of cells containing a cavity:** Dental follicle** Hair follicle** Lymph follicle** Ovarian follicle** Thyroid follicle*Follicle

Follicle (fruit)
In botany, a follicle is a dry unilocular many-seeded fruit formed from one carpel and dehiscing by the ventral suture in order to release seeds, such as in larkspur, magnolia, banksia, peony and milkweed.

Follies
Follies is a musical with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and a book by James Goldman. The story concerns a reunion in a crumbling Broadway theatre, scheduled for demolition, of the past performers of the "Weismann's Follies," a musical revue , that played in that theatre between the World Wars

Follow
Follow is the third album by Pakho Chau, comprising four new tracks and nine previously-released tracks. It was released in Hong Kong on July 10, 2009.-Track listing:#"Lovin' You"#"Reporting to Commander-In-Chief" #"Mr. Chan" #"Time's Up"

Follow Through
"Follow Through" is a single by Gavin DeGraw released in 2005. It is featured on his 2003 album Chariot.The song has been featured on several television shows, including One Tree Hill and Scrubs and, from 2008-2010, played in the UK and Italian advertisements for Carte D'or.The song peaked at #13 in the Netherlands, #38 in Portugal, #12 in Norway, #33 on the U.S

Follower
Follower is a poem by Seamus Heaney released in his 1966 collection Death of a Naturalist. The poem is about how he admired and followed his father.

Follower (short story)
"Follower" is a short story by Orson Scott Card. It appears in his short story collection Maps in a Mirror.-External links:*

Followers
Followers is a term given to a group of playing positions in the game of Australian rules football - a ruckman, ruck rover, and rover.

Following
Following is a 1998 British neo-noir film written and directed by Christopher Nolan. It tells the story of a young man who follows strangers around the streets of London and is drawn into a criminal underworld when he fails to keep his distance

Folly
In architecture, a folly is a building constructed primarily for decoration, but either suggesting by its appearance some other purpose, or merely so extravagant that it transcends the normal range of garden ornaments or other class of building to which it belongs

Folly (disambiguation)
A folly is a building constructed strictly as a decoration.Folly may also refer to:* Foolishness* Folly , a common figure in allegorical art and drama* Folly , an American skacore band* Folly

Fondant
Fondant is one of several kinds of icing-like substance used to decorate or sculpt pastries. The word, in French, means "melting", coming from the same root as "foundry" in English.

Fonde
The Fonde Recreation Center, often known simply as Fonde or Fonde Rec, is a public gym near downtown Houston, Texas. Fonde is most well known for its basketball courts, which have been the proving ground for numerous NCAA and NBA basketball players during the summertime

Fondo (Barcelona Metro)
Fondo is the name of a Barcelona Metro station in the municipality of Santa Coloma de Gramenet, in the northern part of the metropolitan area of Barcelona. It's served by two metro lines. L1 , of which it's currently the northern terminus

Fonds
Fonds is an archival term used to describe an aggregation of documents that originate from the same source. More specifically, a fonds distinguishes itself from a collection through its organic nature, as archival documents that have been naturally accumulated by an individual, company, institution, etc

Font
In typography, a font is traditionally defined as a quantity of sorts composing a complete character set of a single size and style of a particular typeface

Fontaine (singer)
Fontaine Weyman, better known as Fontaine, is a singer, songwriter, guitarist and photographer in the Los Angeles, California, area. Born May 7, 1979, in France, she was raised in South Carolina. She has shared a stage with Paula Cole, performed at Lilith Fair, and provided back-up vocals for Rob Zombie, and Josh Brown

Fontana (Barcelona Metro)
Fontana is a Barcelona Metro station located under Carrer Gran de Gràcia and Carrer d'Astúries in the Gràcia district of Barcelona. It's served by L3. Opened in 1924 as part of the first metro line of the city , the station retains some of the original decoration. It's also one of the few stations in the city to have an access and a ticket hall over ground

Fontes
-Portugal:* Fontes , a civil parish in the municipality of Abrantes* Fontes , a civil parish in the municipality of Santa Marta de Penaguião-People:* Azdrubal Fontes Bayardo, a Uruguayan racecar driver

Food
Food is any substance consumed to provide nutritional support for the body. It is usually of plant or animal origin, and contains essential nutrients, such as carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins, or minerals

Food (album)
Food is the debut album from London based rock band Zico Chain, Anaemia and Where Would You Rather be? where released as singles from the album along with music videos.-Critical reception:

Food additive
Food additives are substances added to food to preserve flavor or enhance its taste and appearance.Some additives have been used for centuries; for example, preserving food by pickling , salting, as with bacon, preserving sweets or using sulfur dioxide as in some wines

Food court
A food court is generally an indoor plaza or common area within a facility that is contiguous with the counters of multiple food vendors and provides a common area for self-serve dining. Food courts may be found in shopping malls and airports, and in various regions may be a standalone development

Food desert
A food desert is any area in the industrialised world where healthy, affordable food is difficult to obtain. It is prevalent in rural as well as urban areas and is most prevalent in low-socioeconomic minority communities, and is associated with a variety of diet-related health problems

Food for Thought (song)
"Food for Thought" was the first single released by British reggae band UB40. It was released as a double A side along with "King", which was a song written about the late Martin Luther King, questioning the lost direction of the deceased leader's followers and the state of mourning of a nation after his death

Foodborne illness
Foodborne illness is any illness resulting from the consumption of contaminated food, pathogenic bacteria, viruses, or parasites that contaminate food, as well as chemical or natural toxins such as poisonous mushrooms.-Causes:Foodborne illness usually arises from improper handling, preparation, or

Foodie
Foodie is an informal term for a particular class of aficionado of food and drink. The word was coined in 1981 by Paul Levy and Ann Barr, who used it in the title of their 1984 book The Official Foodie Handbook.- Distinguished from gourmet :

Foodways
In social science foodways are the cultural, social and economic practices relating to the production and consumption of food.- Definitions :

Fool
Fool or Fools may refer to:* A jester, or clown* Illiterate* Foolishness, the quality of having poor judgment or little intelligence* The Fool , a Tarot card* Shakespearean fool, an archetypal character in numerous works by Shakespeare

Fool Around
Fool Around is Rachel Sweet's debut album. It was released when she was 16.This album was originally released in England as Stiff Records SEEZ 12 with a somewhat different set of tracks from what appeared on the American release and all other releases since.-Track listing :All tracks composed by Liam Sternberg; except where indicated# "Just My Style" -#

Fool's errand
A fool's errand may mean:*Another term for a snipe hunt, an impossible task*Fool's Errand , a novel by Robin Hobb*The Fool's Errand, a 1987 computer game*A brand of snack cracker, popular in the 1970s

Fool's errand
A fool's errand may mean:*Another term for a snipe hunt, an impossible task*Fool's Errand , a novel by Robin Hobb*The Fool's Errand, a 1987 computer game*A brand of snack cracker, popular in the 1970s

Fool's Gold (2008 film)
Fool's Gold is an 2008 American adventure/romance film from Warner Bros. Pictures about a married couple who rekindle their romantic life while searching for a lost treasure. The film was directed by Andy Tennant and reunites the How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days stars Matthew McConaughey and Kate Hudson

Fool's Gold (2008 film)
Fool's Gold is an 2008 American adventure/romance film from Warner Bros. Pictures about a married couple who rekindle their romantic life while searching for a lost treasure. The film was directed by Andy Tennant and reunites the How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days stars Matthew McConaughey and Kate Hudson

Fool's Gold (disambiguation)
Fool's Gold usually refers to the mineral pyrite.Fool's Gold may also refer to:- Film :* Fool's Gold , a silent drama film* Fool's Gold , a Hopalong Cassidy film

Last Supper
The Last Supper is the final meal that, according to Christian belief, Jesus shared with his Twelve Apostles in Jerusalem before his crucifixion. The Last Supper provides the scriptural basis for the Eucharist, also known as "communion" or "the Lord's Supper".The First Epistle to the Corinthians is the earliest known mention of the Last Supper

Last universal ancestor
The last universal ancestor , also called the last universal common ancestor , or the cenancestor, is the most recent organism from which all organisms now living on Earth descend. Thus it is the most recent common ancestor of all current life on Earth

Last will and testament of Adolf Hitler
The last will and testament of Adolf Hitler was dictated by Hitler to his secretary Traudl Junge in his Berlin Führerbunker on April 29, 1945, the day he and Eva Braun married. They committed suicide the next day , two days before the surrender of Berlin to the Soviets on May 2, and just over a week before the end of World War II in Europe on May 8

Latakia
Latakia, or Latakiyah , is the principal port city of Syria, as well as the capital of the Latakia Governorate. In addition to serving as a port, the city is a manufacturing center for surrounding agricultural towns and villages

Late Antiquity
Late Antiquity is a periodization used by historians to describe the time of transition from Classical Antiquity to the Middle Ages, in both mainland Europe and the Mediterranean world. Precise boundaries for the period are a matter of debate, but noted historian of the period Peter Brown proposed a period between the 2nd and 8th centuries

Late Night with David Letterman
Late Night with David Letterman is a nightly hour-long comedy talk show on NBC that was created and hosted by David Letterman. It premiered in 1982 as the first incarnation of the Late Night franchise and went off the air in 1993, after Letterman left NBC and moved to Late Show on CBS. Late Night with Conan O'Brien then filled the time slot

Late Quaternary prehistoric birds
Prehistoric birds are various taxa of birds that became extinct before recorded history, or more precisely, before they could be studied alive by bird scientists

Late Show with David Letterman
Late Show with David Letterman is a U.S. late-night talk show hosted by David Letterman on CBS. The show debuted on August 30, 1993, and is produced by Letterman's production company, Worldwide Pants Incorporated. The show's music director and band-leader of the house band, the CBS Orchestra, is Paul Shaffer. The head writers are brothers Justin Stangel and Eric Stangel

Lateen
A lateen or latin-rig is a triangular sail set on a long yard mounted at an angle on the mast, and running in a fore-and-aft direction.

Latent heat
Latent heat is the heat released or absorbed by a chemical substance or a thermodynamic system during a process that occurs without a change in temperature. A typical example is a change of state of matter, meaning a phase transition such as the melting of ice or the boiling of water. The term was introduced around 1750 by Joseph Black

Latent inhibition
Latent inhibition is a technical term used in Classical conditioning. A stimulus that has not had any significance in the past takes longer to acquire meaning than a new stimulus

Lateral earth pressure
Lateral earth pressure is the pressure that soil exerts against a structure in a sideways direction. The common applications of lateral earth pressure theory are for the design of ground engineering structures such as retaining walls, basements, tunnels, and to determine the friction on the sides of deep foundations.To describe the pressure a soil will exert, a lateral earth pressure

Lateral thinking
Lateral thinking is solving problems through an indirect and creative approach, using reasoning that is not immediately obvious and involving ideas that may not be obtainable by using only traditional step-by-step logic

Laterite
Laterites are soil types rich in iron and aluminium, formed in hot and wet tropical areas. Nearly all laterites are rusty-red because of iron oxides. They develop by intensive and long-lasting weathering of the underlying parent rock

Lath and plaster
Lath and plaster is a building process used mainly for interior walls in Canada and the United States until the late 1950s. After the 1950s, drywall began to replace the lath and plaster process in the United States. In the United Kingdom, lath and plaster was used for some interior partition walls, but was mostly used in the construction of ceilings

Latin
Latin is an Italic language originally spoken in Latium and Ancient Rome. It, along with most European languages, is a descendant of the ancient Proto-Indo-European language. Although it is considered a dead language, a number of scholars and members of the Christian clergy speak it fluently, and many schools and universities continue to teach it

Latin America
Latin America is a region of the Americas where Romance languages  – particularly Spanish and Portuguese, and variably French – are primarily spoken. Latin America has an area of approximately 21,069,500 km² , almost 3.9% of the Earth's surface or 14.1% of its land surface area

Latin Lover (TV series)
Latin Lover is a joint telenovela production between Venevisión , Iguana Producciones , and Playboy Entertainment Group

Latitude
In geography, the latitude of a location on the Earth is the angular distance of that location south or north of the Equator. The latitude is an angle, and is usually measured in degrees . The equator has a latitude of 0°, the North pole has a latitude of 90° north , and the South pole has a latitude of 90° south

Lattimer massacre
The Lattimer massacre was the violent deaths of 19 unarmed striking immigrant anthracite coal miners at the Lattimer mine near Hazleton, Pennsylvania, on September 10, 1897. The miners, mostly of Polish, Slovak, Lithuanian and German ethnicity, were shot and killed by a Luzerne County sheriff's posse. Scores more workers were wounded

Lau v. Nichols
Lau v. Nichols, 414 U.S. 563 , was a civil rights case that was brought by Chinese American students living in San Francisco, California who had limited English proficiency

Laughing Gull
The Laughing Gull, Leucophaeus atricilla, is a medium-sized gull of North and South America. It breeds on the Atlantic coast of North America, the Caribbean, and northern South America. Northernmost populations migrate further south in winter, and this species occurs as a rare vagrant to western Europe

Laughing Man (Ghost in the Shell)
The is a fictional character in the anime series Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex. His voice actor is Kōichi Yamadera, while he is voiced in Bandai Entertainment's English dub by Steven Blum.-Background:

Laughing Owl
The Laughing Owl , also known as Whēkau or the White-faced Owl, was an endemic owl found in New Zealand, but is now extinct. It was plentiful when European settlers arrived in New Zealand in 1840. Specimens were sent to the British Museum, where a scientific description was published in 1845

Launch facility (ICBM)
A launch facility , also known as a missile silo, is an underground vertical cylindrical container for the storage and launching of intercontinental ballistic missiles . They typically have the missile some distance under the surface, protected by a large "blast door" on top

Launch vehicle
In spaceflight, a launch vehicle or carrier rocket is a rocket used to carry a payload from the Earth's surface into outer space. A launch system includes the launch vehicle, the launch pad and other infrastructure.

Laundry
Laundry is a noun that refers to the act of washing clothing and linens, the place where that washing is done, and/or that which needs to be, is being, or has been laundered

Laundry detergent
Laundry detergent, or washing powder, is a substance that is a type of detergent that is added for cleaning laundry. In common usage, "detergent" refers to mixtures of chemical compounds including alkylbenzenesulfonates, which are similar to soap but are less affected by "hard water." In most household contexts, the term detergent refers to laundry detergent vs

Laura Ashley
Laura Ashley was a Welsh fashion designer and businesswoman. She became a household name on the strength of her work as a designer and manufacturer of a range of colourful fabrics for clothes and home furnishings.

Laura Bozzo
Laura Cecilia Bozzo Rotondo is a television talk show host, best known for hosting Spanish-language talk show Laura en América that was broadcasted in the United States on the Telemundo television network

Laura Ingalls Wilder
Laura Elizabeth Ingalls Wilder was an American author who wrote the Little House series of books based on her childhood in a pioneer family

Laura Pausini
Laura Pausini, is a Grammy Award-winning Italian soul singer-songwriter. She debuted in 1993, winning the newcomer artists' section of the 43rd Sanremo Music Festival with the song "La solitudine", which became an Italian standard and an international hit, reaching the top spot on the Italian Singles Chart and the top 10 in France and the Netherlands.Her eponymous debut album was

Laura Secord
Laura Ingersoll Secord was a Canadian heroine of the War of 1812. She is known for warning British forces of an impending American attack that led to the British victory at the Battle of Beaver Dams.-Early life:

Laura Shapiro Kramer
Laura Shapiro Kramer is a U.S. author, producer and film maker.-Early life:Born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts, Shapiro Kramer left New England to attend the University of Wisconsin–Madison in the 1960s

Laurell K. Hamilton
Laurell Kaye Hamilton is an American fantasy and romance writer. She is the author of two series of stories. Hamilton is known for her New York Times-bestselling Anita Blake series, featuring a professional zombie raiser/supernatural consultant for the police as the protagonist in a world where vampires and werecreatures not only exist, but are citizens

Lauren Branning
Lauren Branning is a fictional character from the BBC soap opera EastEnders. She first appeared in the show on 3 July 2006 played by Madeline Duggan, was absent from 23 June to 27 September 2010, and returned as played by Jacqueline Jossa.-Storylines:

Lauren Lane
Lauren Lane is a television and stage actress. She is best known for her role as C. C. Babcock on The Nanny.-Biography:Lane was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and raised in Texas.

Lauren Slater
Lauren Slater is an American psychologist and writer. She is the author of six books, including Welcome To My Country , Prozac Diary , and Lying: A Metaphorical Memoir

Laurence Guillemard
Sir Laurence Guillemard was a British civil servant who served as high commissioner of Malaysia when it was under the British Empire. Guillemard was one of the promoters of British policies favouring the Malay ethnic group.

Laurence Marks
Laurence Marks is a British sitcom writer and one half of writing duo Marks & Gran, his collaborator being Maurice Gran.

Laurent series
In mathematics, the Laurent series of a complex function f is a representation of that function as a power series which includes terms of negative degree. It may be used to express complex functions in cases where

Lauric acid
Lauric acid , the saturated fatty acid with a 12-carbon atom chain, is a white, powdery solid with a faint odor of bay oil or soap.-Occurrence:

Laurie Lee
Laurence Edward Alan "Laurie" Lee, MBE was an English poet, novelist, and screenwriter, raised in the village of Slad, and went to Marling School, Gloucestershire. His most famous work was an autobiographical trilogy which consisted of Cider with Rosie , As I Walked Out One Midsummer Morning and A Moment of War

Laurie Tamara Simpson
Laurie Tamara Simpson Rivera is a beauty pageant titleholder from Puerto Rico who was crowned Miss International 1987.-Miss International:Prior to winning the beauty pageant, the blonde, blue-eyed beauty participated in several beauty pageants

Lauryn Hill
Lauryn Noelle Hill is an American singer-songwriter, record producer, and actress.Early in her career, she established her reputation as a member of the Fugees. In 1998, she launched her solo career with the release of the commercially successful and critically acclaimed album, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill

Lauterbrunnen
Lauterbrunnen is a municipality in the Interlaken-Oberhasli administrative district in the canton of Bern in Switzerland.The municipality lies in the Lauterbrunnen Valley and comprises the villages Lauterbrunnen, Wengen, Mürren, Gimmelwald, Stechelberg and Isenfluh

Lava
Lava refers both to molten rock expelled by a volcano during an eruption and the resulting rock after solidification and cooling. This molten rock is formed in the interior of some planets, including Earth, and some of their satellites. When first erupted from a volcanic vent, lava is a liquid at temperatures from 700 °C to 1,200 °C

Lava Butte
Lava Butte is a cinder cone located in central Oregon, USA, just west of US Highway 97 between the towns of Bend, Oregon, and Sunriver, Oregon. It is part of a system of small cinder cones on the northwest flank of Newberry Volcano, a massive shield volcano which rises to the southeast

Lava tube
Lava tubes are natural conduits through which lava travels beneath the surface of a lava flow, expelled by a volcano during an eruption. They can be actively draining lava from a source, or can be extinct, meaning the lava flow has ceased and the rock has cooled and left a long, cave-like channel.Lava tubes have been reported from the Moon.-Formation:Lava tubes are a type of lava

Lavandula angustifolia
Lavandula angustifolia Lavandula angustifolia Lavandula angustifolia (also Lavandula spica or Lavandula vera; common lavender, true lavender, narrow-leaved lavender or English lavender (though not native to England); formerly L

Lavazza
Luigi Lavazza S.p.A. is an Italian manufacturer of coffee products. Founded in Turin in 1895 by Luigi Lavazza, it was initially run from a small grocery store at Via San Tommaso 10. The business of Lavazza S.p.A. is currently administered by the third and fourth generation of the Lavazza family.- Coffee :Lavazza imports coffee from around the world

Laventille
-Etymology:The name Laventille hearkens back to colonial times, especially when the French dominated the cultural traditions of the island. One etymological derivation of the name is due to the fact that the northeast trade winds come to this part of the Island of Trinidad before it reached any other part of colonial Port of Spain. Hence the metaphorical name La Ventaille

Laverda
Laverda was an Italian manufacturer of high performance motorcycles. The motorcycles in their day gained a reputation for being robust and innovative.

Lavr Kornilov
Lavr Georgiyevich Kornilov was a military intelligence officer, explorer, and general in the Imperial Russian Army during World War I and the ensuing Russian Civil War

LAW
LAW may refer to:* Landywood railway station, England * Lawton-Fort Sill Regional Airport* Live Audio Wrestling, a professional wrestling call-in show

Law
Law is a system of rules and guidelines which are enforced through social institutions to govern behavior, wherever possible. It shapes politics, economics and society in numerous ways and serves as a social mediator of relations between people. Contract law regulates everything from buying a bus ticket to trading on derivatives markets

Law and divorce around the world
This article is a general overview of divorce laws around the world. Every nation in the world except the Philippines and the Vatican City allow some form of divorce.- Muslim societies :

Law enforcement agency
In North American English, a law enforcement agency is a government agency responsible for the enforcement of the laws.Outside North America, such organizations are called police services. In North America, some of these services are called police while others have other names In North American English, a law enforcement agency (LEA) is a government agency responsible for the enforcement of the laws.Outside North America, such organizations are called police services. In North America, some of these services are called police while others have other names In North American English, a law enforcement agency (LEA) is a government agency responsible for the enforcement of the laws.Outside North America, such organizations are called police services. In North America, some of these services are called police while others have other names (e.g. sheriff's department; investigative police services in the USA are often called bureaus (e.g

Law enforcement in Australia
Law enforcement in Australia is facilitated by police, sheriffs and bailiffs under the control of state, territory and the Federal governments. A number of specialist agencies also administer a wide variety of legislation related to white-collar crime.

Law enforcement in Sweden
Law enforcement in Sweden is carried out by several government entities, mainly run by the Government of Sweden.- Structure :The organization mainly tasked with law enforcement is the Swedish Police. In addition, under certain circumstances other government agencies can be tasked with law enforcement, including investigations, arrest/probatory powers, or enforcement of judgments

Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act
The Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act is a United States federal law, enacted in 2004, that allows two classes of persons—the "qualified law enforcement officer" and the "qualified retired law enforcement officer" -- to carry a concealed firearm in any jurisdiction in the United States, regardless of any state or local law to the contrary, with certain exceptions.The LEOSA was

Law of large numbers
In probability theory, the law of large numbers is a theorem that describes the result of performing the same experiment a large number of times

Law of superposition
The law of superposition is a key axiom based on observations of natural history that is a foundational principle of sedimentary stratigraphy and so of other geology dependent natural sciences:

Law of the United States
The law of the United States consists of many levels of codified and uncodified forms of law, of which the most important is the United States Constitution, the foundation of the federal government of the United States

Law school
A law school is an institution specializing in legal education.- Law degrees :- Canada :

Law school outlines
Law school outlines are legal topic study aids. Typically, the outlines are created by law school students, however there are professional outlines also available. An outline typically provides a concise and direct statement of legal issues in a particular area of law, organized according to the typical law school curriculum

Law Society of England and Wales
The Law Society is the professional association that represents the solicitors' profession in England and Wales. It provides services and support to practising and training solicitors as well as serving as a sounding board for law reform. Members of the Society are often consulted when important issues are being debated in Parliament or by the executive

Law Society of Scotland
The Law Society of Scotland is the professional governing body for Scottish solicitors.It promotes excellence among solicitors through representation, support and regulation of its members. It also promotes the interests of the public in relation to the profession

Law Society of Upper Canada
The Law Society of Upper Canada is responsible for the self-regulation of lawyers and paralegals in the Canadian province of Ontario, Canada. Founded in 1797, it is known in French as "Le Barreau du Haut-Canada"

Lawhill
The Lawhill was a steel-hulled four-masted barque rigged in "jubilee" or "baldheaded" fashion, i.e. without royal sails over the topgallant sails, active in the early part of the 20th century