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Fourth can refer to:* ¼, one quarter* Fourth, the ordinal number following third* Preceded by the, refers to the United States holiday of Independence Day, celebrated on the fourth of July.-Music:* Perfect fourth in music theory

Fourth (Spin)
A Fourth is a fictional type of being in the novel Spin.- The Fourth State :The Fourth State is an upgrade performed on human beings. The process uses an engineered virus to edit harmful components out of the subject's DNA

Fourth Estate
The concept of the Fourth Estate is a societal or political force or institution whose influence is not consistently or officially recognized. The Fourth Estate now most commonly refers to the news media; especially print journalism, referred to hereon as "The Press"

Fourth of July (band)
Fourth of July is an indie rock band from Lawrence, Kansas. Frontman Brendan Hangauer began writing eventual Fourth of July songs as early as 1999—initially with a solo project in mind—but the band came together and began performing live in 2002. They are currently with Range Life Records

Fourth of July (tomato variety)
The Fourth of July tomato variety is a common cultivar of tomato plants. This is the earliest variety of non-cherry type tomatoes which might be ripe by the Fourth of July, in a typical climate.- The plant :

The fovea centralis, also generally known as the fovea , is a part of the eye, located in the center of the macula region of the retina.

Fowl (disambiguation)
The term fowl refers to certain birds often used as food by humans, which make up the Galloanserae clade.Fowl can also refer to:* Fowl Records, a record label* Fowl River, a river in Alabama

Fowler can refer to:* A hunter of wildfowl* Fowler's solution* A Fowler flap* Fowler's Modern English Usage, an English language style guide originally by Henry Watson Fowler* John Fowler & Co

Fowles is the surname of the following people:* Colin Fowles, American soccer player* Glenys Fowles, Australian operatic soprano* Ian Fowles, guitarist* John Fowles , English writer* Sylvia Fowles, basketball player

Fox (clothing)
Fox is an Israel-based fashion chain specializing in women's, men's, children's, and babies' fashions. Respectively, those brands are FOX, FOX MEN, FOX KIDS, and FOX BABY.

Fox (code word)
Fox is a brevity code used by NATO pilots to signal the simulated or actual release of an air-to-air munition or other combat function. Army aviation elements may use a different nomenclature, as the nature of helicopter fired weapons is almost always air-to-surface. 'Fox' is short for 'foxtrot', the phonetic designation for the letter 'f', which is short for 'fire'

Fox (Italy)
Fox is an Italian Entertainment TV channel, owned and produced by Fox International Channels Italy and broadcast in Italy by Sky Italia on Channel 111. Timeshifts of the channel are available at channel 112 and 113

Fox Terrier
Fox Terrier refers primarily to two different breeds of the terrier dog type: the Smooth Fox Terrier and the Wire Fox Terrier. Both of these breeds originated in the 19th century from a handful of dogs who are descended from earlier varieties of British terriers, and are related to other modern white terrier breeds

Foxes (soundtrack)
Foxes is the soundtrack to the 1980 film of the same name, starring Jodie Foster, Scott Baio, Sally Kellerman, Randy Quaid as well as The Runaways' lead singer Cherie Currie

Foxfire (play)
Foxfire is a play by Susan Cooper and Hume Cronyn based on the Foxfire books, about Appalachian culture and traditions in north Georgia. The 1982 Broadway production starred Jessica Tandy, who won the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Actress in a Play and the Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play for her performance

Foxglove (disambiguation)
Foxglove, the plant genus DigitalisFoxglove may also refer to:* Foxglove , a fictional character from the Sandman graphic novels* Foxglove Oval, Mount Colah, a British Royal Navy sloop launched in 1915 and scrapped in 1946

Foxhole (band)
This article is about the band Foxhole. For the method of combat, see Defensive fighting positionFoxhole is a post-rock band from Bowling Green, Kentucky.- Members :Derek Holt - BassGreg Leppert - Brass, KeyboardsAdam Moore - GuitarR

A foxhound is a type of large hunting hound. Foxhounds hunt in packs and, like all scent hounds, have a strong sense of smell. They are used in hunts for foxes, hence the name. When out hunting they are followed usually on horseback and will travel several miles to catch their target. These dogs have strong natural instincts to hunt and are energetic and active

Foxtrot (compilation)
Foxtrot benefit compilation release for John Balance's alcohol addiction. The album features tracks by Balance's close friends, including his group Coil and was released via their label Chalice.

Foxy may refer to:*Fox Terrier, various breeds of dog*Slang for sexually attractive*Foxiness, a characteristic flavour found in wine made from Vitis labrusca vines*5-Methoxy-diisopropyltryptamine, a drug with the street name "Foxy"

Foxy (musical)
Foxy is a musical with a book by Ian McLellan Hunter and Ring Lardner, Jr., lyrics by Johnny Mercer, and music by Robert Emmett Dolan.Based on Ben Jonson's Volpone, it transports the original play's setting of early-17th century Renaissance Venice to the Yukon during the gold rush of 1898

A foyer or lobby is a large, vast room or complex of rooms adjacent to the auditorium

Foyers is the name of a village in the Highland local government council area of Scotland, lying on the east shore of Loch Ness

FPS may refer to:In units of measurement:* Foot-pound-second, the imperial units system of measurement* Feet per second, an Imperial unit for speed* Frames per second, used for measuring the frame rate in a moving imageIn media:

FR may stand for:* FR Fireball, a fighter aircraft of the US Navy* Farbrausch, a German demogroup* Federal Register, the official journal of the Federal Government of the United States* First responder

Fracas may refer to:* Fracas! Improv Festival, an improvisational theater festival* Failure Reporting, Analysis and Corrective Action Systems* Fracas , a 1980 Apple II video game by Stuart Smith

Fracas may refer to:* Fracas! Improv Festival, an improvisational theater festival* Failure Reporting, Analysis and Corrective Action Systems* Fracas , a 1980 Apple II video game by Stuart Smith

A fractal has been defined as "a rough or fragmented geometric shape that can be split into parts, each of which is a reduced-size copy of the whole," a property called self-similarity

In common usage a fraction is any part of a unit.Fraction may also mean:*Fraction , one of more equal parts of something, eg

Fraction (mathematics)
A fraction represents a part of a whole or, more generally, any number of equal parts. When spoken in everyday English, we specify how many parts of a certain size there are, for example, one-half, five-eighths and three-quarters.A common or "vulgar" fraction, such as 1/2, 5/8, 3/4, etc., consists of a numerator and a

A fracture is the separation of an object or material into two, or more, pieces under the action of stress.The word fracture is often applied to bones of living creatures , or to crystals or crystalline materials, such as gemstones or metal

Fracture (2004 film)
Fracture is a 2004 New Zealand film written and directed by Larry Parr and based on the novel by Maurice Gee. The film is set in Wellington and stars Kate Elliott, Jared Turner and Australian John Noble

Fracture (2007 film)
Fracture is a 2007 legal/crime suspense film from New Line Cinema and Castle Rock Entertainment, directed by Gregory Hoblit, starring Anthony Hopkins and Ryan Gosling

Fracture (disambiguation)
A fracture is the separation of a body into two, or more, pieces under the action of stress.Fracture may specifically refer to:*Bone fracture, a medical condition in which a bone is cracked or broken

Fracture (mineralogy)
In the field of mineralogy, fracture is a term used to describe the shape and texture of the surface formed when a mineral is fractured. Minerals often have a highly distinctive fracture, making it a principal feature used in their identification.

Fracture (video game)
Fracture is a third-person shooter video game developed by Day 1 Studios for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. It was released on October 7, 2008 in North America and on October 10, 2008 in Europe.-Story:

Fractured (album)
Fractured is the second full length album by American technical death metal band Capharnaum.-Track listing:#Ingrained - 3:50#Fractured - 3:52#Perpetuate Catatonia - 2:54#Machines - 1:59#Icon of Malice - 4:19#Reins of Humanity - 3:30

Fragile may be an adjective meaning brittle.It may also refer to:-In albums::*Fragile , 1971*The Fragile, a 1999 album by Nine Inch Nails*Fragile , 2000*Fragile , 2000

Fragile (Dead or Alive album)
Fragile is the seventh album released by British band Dead or Alive in 2000. Like their album Fan the Flame , this album has only seen a release in Japan from japanese big independent Record Company Avex Trax, where the band is very popular. Containing a total of thirteen tracks, the album contains some new material as well as re-recordings and remixes of past hits

Fragile (Saron Gas album)
Fragile is the debut album by the band Saron Gas, which would eventually become Seether. The album was released only in South Africa. After this album, Wind-up Records asked the band to change their name, as Saron Gas was a homophone for sarin gas, a deadly nerve agent

Fragile (song)
"Fragile" is a song composed by English musician Sting from his 1987 album ...Nothing Like the Sun. Released as a single the following year, it placed to number 70 on the UK Singles Chart. Sung additionally in both Spanish and Portuguese under the title Fragilidad, it appeared twice more on his 1988 EP variant of the album, Nada como el sol

Fragile (Yes album)
Fragile is the fourth studio album from the English progressive rock band Yes, released on Atlantic Records. It is the first to feature keyboardist Rick Wakeman, who replaced Tony Kaye in 1971, and the first to feature cover art by Roger Dean, who would design many of the band's records.Upon its release in the UK in November 1971, Fragile hit number 7 on the UK Album Chart,

Fragment may refer to:* A small part/portion broken off something; debris* Fragment , all the data necessary to generate a pixel in the frame buffer* Sentence fragment, a sentence not containing a subject or a predicate

-In biology:* Fragmentation , a form of asexual reproduction* Fragmentation * Habitat fragmentation* Population fragmentation-Music:* Fragmented , the debut album from the Filipino independent band Up Dharma Down-Other:

Fragmentation (cell biology)
In cell biology, fragmentation is the breaking apart of cells or cell organelles into smaller parts. Fragmentation may serve as a normal function for the cell, but may also be the result of a disorder.-Function:

Fragmentation (economics)
In economics, fragmentation means organization of production in which different stages of production are divided among different suppliers that are located in different countries. Now products traded between firms in different countries are components instead of final products

Fragmentation (music)
In music composition, fragmentation is the use of fragments or the "division of a musical idea into segments." It is used in tonal and atonal music, and is a common method of localized development and closure.

Fragmentation (sociology)
In urban sociology, fragmentation refers to the absence or the underdevelopment of connections between the society and the groupings of some members of that society on the lines of a common culture, nationality, race, language, occupation, religion, income level, or other common interests

Fragmentation (weaponry)
Fragmentation is the process by which the casing of an artillery shell, bomb, grenade, etc. is shattered by the detonating high explosive filling. The correct technical terminology for these casing pieces is fragments , although shards or splinters can be used for non-preformed fragments

Fragmented (album)
Fragmented is the debut album from the Filipino independent band Up dharma Down.-Track listing:-Personnel:*Armi Millare - keyboards, vocals*Carlos Tañada - lead guitars*Ean Mayor - drums and loops*Paul Yap - bass-Credits:

Fragments (Torchwood)
"Fragments" is the twelfth and penultimate episode of the second series of British science fiction television series Torchwood, which was broadcast by BBC Three on 21 March 2008.-Synopsis:

Frail may also refer to:* Frail , a 2004 album by Norwegian artist Maria Solheim* Frail , a 1994 demo album by Christian rock band Jars of Clay* "Frail" , a song by Jars of Clay

Frail (song)
"Frail" is a song written and performed by Christian alternative folk rock group Jars of Clay. It has appeared on many recordings by the group and lends its name to the group's debut demo release, Frail, from 1994

Frail Words Collapse
Forever, The Beginning and The Pain of Separation are re-recordings of songs from the As I Lay Dying/American Tragedy split album.-Charts:Album - Billboard -Personnel:As I Lay Dying*Tim Lambesis - vocals, production

Frailty (album)
Frailty is the debut album by Swedish melodic death metal band, The Duskfall. Released on November 30, 2002, the album was re-released on August 22, 2005 with three bonus tracks "Unspoken", "Harvest the Battle" and "Tears are Soulash", the two tracks; "Harvest the Battle" and "Tears are Soulash" are remastered versions of their very first demo recordings from the demo Tears are

Frailty (The Banner album)
Frailty is the third full-length album released by The Banner on Ferret Music. The album continued the band's horror themes and dark tone; however it has a heavier sound than past releases. It was released on July 10, 2008.- Development :

Frais is a commune in the Territoire de Belfort department in Franche-Comté in northeastern France.-References:*

Fraise was an American Thoroughbred racehorse best known for winning the 1992 Breeders' Cup Turf. Bred by Allen E. Paulson, he was sired by Strawberry Road, the 1983 Australian Horse of the Year which Paulson acquired in 1986

Fram (play)
Fram is a 2008 play by Tony Harrison. It uses the story of the Norwegian explorer Fridtjof Nansen's attempt to reach the North Pole, and his subsequent campaign to relieve famine in the Soviet Union to explore the role of art in a world beset by seemingly greater issues

Framboise or Frambozenbier is a Belgian lambic beer that is fermented using raspberries. It is one of many modern fruitbeer types that have been inspired by the more traditional kriek beer, made using sour cherries.Framboise is usually served in a small glass that resembles a champagne glass, only shorter

A frame is a structural system that supports other components of a physical construction.Frame may also refer to:-Engineering & construction:* A-Frame, a basic structure designed to bear a load in a lightweight economical manner

Frame (artificial intelligence)
Frames were proposed by Marvin Minsky in his 1974 article "A Framework for Representing Knowledge." A frame is an artificial intelligence data structure used to divide knowledge into substructures by representing "stereotyped situations." Frames are connected together to form a complete idea.Frames are also an extensive part of knowledge representation and reasoning schemes

FRAME (magazine)
FRAME magazine is a magazine devoted to interior design, architecture, product design and exhibition design based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Frame of reference
A frame of reference in physics, may refer to a coordinate system or set of axes within which to measure the position, orientation, and other properties of objects in it, or it may refer to an observational reference frame tied to the state of motion of an observer.It may also refer to both an observational reference frame and an attached coordinate system as a

Framed (novel)
Framed is a children's novel by Frank Cottrell Boyce, published in 2005. It was shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal and the Whitbread Children's Book of the Year, as well as being longlisted for the Guardian Children's Fiction Prize

Framed (SAHB album)
Framed is the 1972 debut album by The Sensational Alex Harvey Band. The album was released separately on CD, but is more widely available on a 2 in 1 album, the other album being Next. This album also features a cover of the song written by Willie Dixon and originally performed by Muddy Waters, "I Just Want To Make Love To You"

Framed (TV series)
Framed is a television series on the IFC network. It is a celebrity interview program that features athletes being interviewed by music and film stars. Shoemaker Reebok is producing the series in a partnership with the IFC network and all the athletes featured have endorsed Reebok products. Six episodes, each thirty minutes long, have been planned

Frames (album)
Frames is the third studio album by British alternative rock band Oceansize, released on October 1, 2007 on Superball Music. The album marks the first appearance of bassist Steven Hodson, following the departure of Jon Ellis in 2005.

Lethologica is a psychological disorder that inhibits an individual's ability to articulate his or her thoughts by temporarily forgetting key words, phrases or names in conversation.-History:

Letrozole is an oral non-steroidal aromatase inhibitor for the treatment of hormonally-responsive breast cancer after surgery.Estrogens are produced by the conversion of androgens through the activity of the aromatase enzyme

Letter from Birmingham Jail
The Letter from Birmingham Jail or Letter from Birmingham City Jail, also known as The Negro Is Your Brother, is an open letter written on April 16, 1963, by Martin Luther King, Jr., an American civil rights leader

Letter of credit
A standard, commercial letter of credit is a document issued mostly by a financial institution, used primarily in trade finance, which usually provides an irrevocable payment undertaking.

Letterboxing is the practice of transferring film shot in a widescreen aspect ratio to standard-width video formats while preserving the film's original aspect ratio. The resulting videographic image has mattes above and below it; these mattes are part of the image

Letterboxing is an outdoor hobby that combines elements of orienteering, art, and puzzle solving. Letterboxers hide small, weatherproof boxes in publicly-accessible places and distribute clues to finding the box in printed catalogs, on one of several web sites, or by word of mouth. Individual letterboxes usually contain a notebook and a rubber stamp

Lettuce is a temperate annual or biennial plant of the daisy family Asteraceae. It is most often grown as a leaf vegetable. It is eaten either raw, notably in salads, sandwiches, hamburgers, tacos, and many other dishes, or cooked, as in Chinese cuisine in which the stem becomes just as important as the leaf

Leucadendron argenteum
Leucadendron argenteum is an endangered species in the family Proteaceae, endemic to a small area of the Cape Peninsula, in and around the city of Cape Town.-Appearance:

Leucaena is a genus of flowering plants in the subfamily Mimosoideae of the legume family Fabaceae. It contains about 24 species of trees and shrubs, which are commonly known as Leadtrees. They are native to the Americas, ranging from Texas in the United States south to Peru

Leucine zipper
A leucine zipper, aka leucine scissors, is a common three-dimensional structural motif in proteins. These motifs are usually found as part of a DNA-binding domain in various transcription factors, and are therefore involved in regulating gene expression

Leucoplasts are a category of plastid and as such are organelles found in plant cells. They are non-pigmented, in contrast to other plastids such as the chloroplast.

Lev Landau
Lev Davidovich Landau was a prominent Soviet physicist who made fundamental contributions to many areas of theoretical physics

A levee, levée, dike , embankment, floodbank or stopbank is an elongated naturally occurring ridge or artificially constructed fill or wall, which regulates water levels

Level crossing
A level crossing occurs where a railway line is intersected by a road or path onone level, without recourse to a bridge or tunnel. It is a type of at-grade intersection. The term also applies when a light rail line with separate right-of-way or reserved track crosses a road in the same fashion

Leven Canal
The Leven Canal canal runs for from the River Hull to the village of Leven, East Riding of Yorkshire, England. It was built for Mrs Charlotta Bethell in 1805, and remained in use until 1935. It is now a Site of Special Scientific Interest.-Location:

In physics, a lever is a rigid object that is used with an appropriate fulcrum or pivot point to either multiply the mechanical force that can be applied to another object or resistance force , or multiply the distance and speed at which the opposite end of the rigid object travels.This leverage is also

Levi Coffin
Levi Coffin was an American Quaker, abolitionist, and businessman. Coffin was deeply involved in the Underground Railroad in Indiana and Ohio and his home is often called "Grand Central Station of the Underground Railroad"

Levi Yitzchok of Berditchev
Levi Yitzchok of Berditchev , also known as the Berdichever, was a rabbi and Hasidic leader. He was the rabbi of Ryczywół, Żelechów, Pinsk and Berdychiv, for which he is best known

Levi-Civita symbol
The Levi-Civita symbol, also called the permutation symbol, antisymmetric symbol, or alternating symbol, is a mathematical symbol used in particular in tensor calculus

Levice is a town in western Slovakia. The town lies on the left bank of the lower Hron river. The Old Slavic name of the town was Leva, which means "the Left One".

Levitation is the process by which an object is suspended by a physical force against gravity, in a stable position without solid physical contact

The Book of Leviticus is the third book of the Hebrew Bible, and the third of five books of the Torah .

Levittown, Puerto Rico
Levittown, Puerto Rico, a suburb of the San Juan MSA and part of the municipality of Toa Baja, is one of the largest planned communities in Puerto Rico. It was developed by Levitt and Sons in 1963.

L-DOPA is a chemical that is made and used as part of the normal biology of some animals and plants. Some animals including humans make it via biosynthesis from the amino acid L-tyrosine. L-DOPA is the precursor to the neurotransmitters dopamine, norepinephrine , and epinephrine collectively known as catecholamines

Lewinsky scandal
The Lewinsky scandal was a political sex scandal emerging in 1998 from a sexual relationship between United States President Bill Clinton and a 25-year-old White House intern, Monica Lewinsky. The news of this extra-marital affair and the resulting investigation eventually led to the impeachment of President Clinton in 1998 by the U.S

Lewis acid
]The term Lewis acid refers to a definition of acid published by Gilbert N. Lewis in 1923, specifically: An acid substance is one which can employ a lone pair from another molecule in completing the stable group of one of its own atoms. Thus, H+ is a Lewis acid, since it can accept a lone pair, completing its stable form, which requires two electrons.The modern-day definition of

Lewis and Clark Expedition
The Lewis and Clark Expedition, or ″Corps of Discovery Expedition" was the first transcontinental expedition to the Pacific Coast by the United States. Commissioned by President Thomas Jefferson and led by two Virginia-born veterans of Indian wars in the Ohio Valley, Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, the expedition had several goals

Lewis E. Payson
Lewis Edwin Payson was a U.S. Representative from Illinois.Born in Providence, Rhode Island, Payson moved with his parents to Illinois in 1852.He attended the common schools and Lombard University, Galesburg, Illinois.

Lewis Evans (surveyor)
Lewis Evans , was a Welsh surveyor and geographer, working principally in British America.Lewis Evans was born in Caernarfonshire, Wales

Lewis Gun
The Lewis Gun is a World War I–era light machine gun of American design that was perfected and widely used by the British Empire. It was first used in combat in World War I, and continued in service with a number of armed forces through to the end of the Korean War

Lewis Hamilton
Lewis Carl Davidson Hamilton, MBE is a British Formula One racing driver from England, currently racing for the McLaren team. He was the Formula One World Champion.Hamilton was born in Stevenage, Hertfordshire

Lewis Moran
Lewis Moran was an Australian organized crime figure and patriarch of the infamous Moran family of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Notable for his involvement in the Melbourne gangland killings, Moran was shot dead in a Melbourne hotel The Brunswick Club in 2004

Lewis Morris
Lewis Morris was an American landowner and developer from Morrisania, New York. He signed the U.S. Declaration of Independence as a delegate to the Continental Congress for New York.

Lewis Mumford
Lewis Mumford was an American historian, philosopher of technology, and influential literary critic. Particularly noted for his study of cities and urban architecture, he had a broad career as a writer

Lewis Urry
Lewis Frederick Urry, , was a Canadian chemical engineer and inventor. He invented both the alkaline battery and lithium battery while working for the Eveready Battery company.

Lewisburg Federal Penitentiary
The United States Penitentiary in Lewisburg is a male inmate high security federal penitentiary and satellite minimum security prison camp housing some 1,000 and 500 respectively, just outside Lewisburg, Pennsylvania. The Lewisburg Penitentiary was opened in 1932

Lewisham is a district in South London, England, located in the London Borough of Lewisham. It is situated south-east of Charing Cross. The area is identified in the London Plan as one of 35 major centres in Greater London.-History:

Lewisham College
Lewisham College is a further education college in Lewisham, south-east London.Lewisham College is located in the London Borough of Lewisham in south-east London. The college comprise campuses in Lewisham Way, New Cross and at Deptford Church Street

Lewisham rail crash
The Lewisham rail crash on the British railway system occurred on 4 December 1957 just outside St Johns railway station in Lewisham, south London

Lex Luger
Lawrence Wendell "Larry" Pfohl , better known by his ring name Lex Luger, is an American former professional wrestler and football player currently working with WWE on their wellness policy

Lexan is a registered trademark for SABIC Innovative Plastics' brand of polycarbonate resin thermoplastic. Polycarbonate polymer is produced by reacting bisphenol A with carbonyl dichloride, also known as phosgene. Lexan is the brand name for polycarbonate sheet and resin in a wide range of grades

Lexington, Kentucky
Lexington is the second-largest city in Kentucky and the 63rd largest in the US. Known as the "Thoroughbred City" and the "Horse Capital of the World", it is located in the heart of Kentucky's Bluegrass region

Lexus GX
The Lexus GX is a mid-size sport utility vehicle sold in North American and Eurasian markets by Lexus. The first generation GX 470 was introduced at the North American International Auto Show in 2002 as a 2003 model, and subsequently became the third SUV to enter Lexus' lineup. The 4.7 L V8 engine in the GX 470 was the same as used on the larger LX 470

Lexus LX
The Lexus LX is a full-size sport utility vehicle sold by Lexus since 1996. Three generations of the Lexus LX have been produced, all based heavily on the long-running Toyota Land Cruiser series of SUVs. The first generation LX 450 debuted in 1996 as Lexus' first entry into the SUV market. Its successor, the LX 470, premiered in 1998 and was produced until 2006

Lexus RX
The Lexus RX is a crossover sport utility vehicle sold since 1998 by Lexus, the luxury division of the Japanese automobile manufacturer Toyota. Three generations of the Lexus RX have been produced to date, the first being compact in size, and the latter two classified as mid-size

Lexus RX 400h
The Lexus RX is the second generation of the Lexus RX series of crossover SUVs that was sold by Lexus from 2003 to 2009. First introduced in 2003 at the North American International Auto Show, the initial RX 330 models went on sale later that year

Ley line
Ley lines are alleged alignments of a number of places of geographical and historical interest, such as ancient monuments and megaliths, natural ridge-tops and water-fords

Leyden jar
A Leyden jar, or Leiden jar, is a device that "stores" static electricity between two electrodes on the inside and outside of a jar. It was invented independently by German cleric Ewald Georg von Kleist on 11 October 1745 and by Dutch scientist Pieter van Musschenbroek of Leiden in 1745–1746. The invention was named for this city. It was the original form of the capacitor

Leydig cell
Leydig cells, also known as interstitial cells of Leydig, are found adjacent to the seminiferous tubules in the testicle. They produce testosterone in the presence of luteinizing hormone

Leyland Cypress
The Leyland Cypress, × Cupressocyparis leylandii , often referred to as just Leylandii, is a fast-growing evergreen tree much used in horticulture, primarily for hedges and screens. Even on sites of relatively poor culture, plants have been known to grow to heights of 15 metres in 16 years

Leyland Motors Ltd
Leyland Motors Limited was a British vehicle manufacturer of lorries, buses and trolleybuses. It gave its name to the British Leyland Motor Corporation formed when it merged with British Motor Holdings, later to become British Leyland after being nationalised

Leyland National
The Leyland National is a British single-deck bus built in large quantities between 1972 and 1985. It was developed as a joint project between two UK nationalised industries - the National Bus Company and British Leyland. Buses were constructed at a specially built factory at the Lillyhall Industrial Estate, Workington, Cumbria

Leyland Olympian
The Leyland Olympian was a double-decker bus built by British Leyland/Leyland Bus in the United Kingdom from 1980 to 1993. It was the last Leyland bus model in production before the demise of Leyland Bus.-Construction:

Leyland Trucks
Leyland Trucks is the UK's leading medium & heavy duty truck manufacturer and is based in the town of Leyland, Lancashire. It emerged from the bankruptcy of DAF NV as the result of a management buy-out in 1993, and was acquired by PACCAR in 1998, of which it is now a subsidiary

Leyton is an area of north-east London and part of the London Borough of Waltham Forest, located north east of Charing Cross. It borders Walthamstow and Leytonstone; Stratford in Newham; and Homerton and Lower Clapton in the London Borough of Hackney.

LFAATC Aldershot
Land Force Atlantic Area Training Centre Aldershot is a training facility for Land Force Atlantic Area of the Canadian Army. It is located in Kings County, Nova Scotia.

lftp is a command-line file transfer program for UNIX and Unix-like systems. It was written by Alexander Lukyanov, and is made available under the GNU General Public License.

LG Electronics
LG Electronics is a global electronics and telecommunications company headquartered in Yeouido, Seoul, South Korea. The company operates its business through five divisions: mobile communications, home entertainment, home appliance, air conditioning and business solution

LGBT is an initialism that collectively refers to "lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender" people. In use since the 1990s, the term "LGBT" is an adaptation of the initialism "LGB", which itself started replacing the phrase "gay community" beginning in the mid-to-late 1980s, which many within the community in question felt did not accurately represent all those to

LGBT-welcoming church programs
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender affirming religious groups are religious groups that welcome LGBT members and do not consider homosexuality to be a sin. They include entire religious denominations, as well as individual churches and synagogues

Lhasa Apso
The Lhasa Apso is a non-sporting dog breed originating in Tibet. It was bred as an interior sentinel in the Buddhist monasteries, who alerted the monks to any intruders who entered

Lhotse is the fourth highest mountain on Earth and is connected to Everest via the South Col. In addition to the main summit at 8,516 metres above sea level, Lhotse Middle is and Lhotse Shar is

Li or li may refer to:* Li , the Confucian concept of ritual** Li , philosophical concept of principle* Li people, an ethnic group of China

A liability can mean something that is a hindrance or puts an individual or group at a disadvantage, or something that someone is responsible for, or something that increases the chance of something occurring .

Liam is a 2000 British-German film directed by Stephen Frears and written by novelist/screenwriter Jimmy McGovern. McGovern adapted Joseph Mckeown's novel Back Crack Boy into this emotionally raw meditation on innocence and pain

Liam Campbell
Liam Campbell is an Irish republican from Dundalk, County Louth, Ireland.His brother Sean died in December 1975, when a landmine he was preparing for an attack on the British Army exploded prematurely. His other brother Peter served 14 years in prison for Provisional Irish Republican Army offences

Liam Whelan
William Augustine Whelan , also known as Billy Whelan or Liam Whelan, was an Irish footballer and one of the eight Manchester United players who were killed in the Munich air disaster

Lian, Batangas
Lian is a second class municipality in the Province of Batangas, Philippines. According to thelatest census, it has a population of 44,925 people in 8,215 households.The patron of Lian is Saint John the Baptist.- Barangays :

A libation is a ritual pouring of a liquid as an offering to a god or spirit or in memory of those who have died. It was common in many religions of antiquity and continues to be offered in various cultures today.