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Freak (film)
Freak is a 1998 film directed by Spike Lee. The film is a live performance of John Leguizamo's one man show on Broadway of the same name. Leguizamo's show was semi-autobiographical as he would talk about many aspects of his life. In the routine, he also talks about family members such as his parents, grandparents, uncle, and his younger brother

Freak (Image Comics)
The Freak is a fictional character featured in the Spawn comic book series. Also known as Mr. Kulbiczi, he is a psychopath whose mental illness and delirium was the result of his ex-wife telling him she didn't want children

Freak (Marvel Comics)
Freak is the name of three fictional characters in the Marvel Universe. Most villains known as Freak are associated with Iron Man, while the most recent version appears in The Amazing Spider-Man.-Happy Hogan:

Freak (play)
Freak was a one-man show, written and performed by actor/comedian John Leguizamo. The play debuted at Cort Theater on Broadway in 1998 and won the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding One-Person Show.

Freak (song)
"Freak" is a song by Silverchair, released as the first single from their second album Freak Show; both were released in 1997.The song reached number 1 in the Australian charts, being the second single by Silverchair to reach that position. The first single of Silverchair's to reach number 1 was the lead single from Frogstomp , "Tomorrow", which was released in 1994

Freak out
Freak out or similar may refer to:* Freak Out , an independent British horror-comedy* Freak Out , a pendulum-based fairground ride* Freakout , a game developed by FreshGames

Freak Out (2004 film)
Freak Out is a 2004 parody Z-movie.-Plot synopsis:When a dangerous escaped mental patient turns up on the doorstep of a die-hard horror nerd, the witless horror aficionado attempts to mold the unwitting reject into the perfect killing machine in a blood-drenched tribute to the stalk-and-slash frighteners of yesteryear

Freak Out (song)
"Freak Out" is a single released by 311. It was on the album Music. This studio single was released in 1992, prior to the release of Music. All three songs appearing on this single have co-written lyrics by Douglas Vincent "SA" Martinez and Nick Hexum

Freaks (band)
Freaks, earlier known as Robotic Movement, Future Movement and the Unknown are an electronic band from London, England. The band members are Justin Harris and Luke Solomon

Freaks (Live song)
"Freaks" is a song by alternative rock group Live, which was released as the second single from their 1997 album, Secret Samadhi.The song was not released as a single in the US, but still reached #5 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks chart and #13 on the Modern Rock Tracks chart

Freaky (Kumi Koda song)
Kumi Koda's 36th single, "Freaky", was released on June 27, 2007.On July 4, the single was announced as taking the #1 spot on the Oricon Weekly single charts, making it her 4th #1 single.-CD version:-DVD version:# Freaky # Run for Your Life

Freaky (TV series)
Freaky is a New Zealand children's program that began in 2003, and made by Avalon Productions. It features short episodes about odd phenomena and eerie situations facing children. Usually the protagonist is a boy or girl who starts by trying to do something normal and ordinary, ending up facing an alien, supernatural or weird force of some kind

Freckle
For other uses of the word, see Freckles .Freckles are clusters of concentrated melanin which are most often visible on people with a fair complexion. A freckle is also called an "ephelis". Freckles do not have an increased number of melanin producing cells

Freckles (disambiguation)
Freckles are clusters of concentrated melanin which are most often visible on people with a fair complexion.Freckles may also refer to:* Freckles , a 1904 American novel* Freckles , a 1960 American film based on the novel

Fred (comics)
Fredéric Othon Theodore Aristidès, known by his pseudonym Fred, is a French comics artist and comic book creator in the Franco-Belgian comics tradition

Freddy (given name)
Freddy or Freddie is a diminutive form of the given names Frederick or Alfred, in boys and Freda, Frederica in girls, and may refer to:*Freddy Adu, professional soccer player for S. L

Frederic (given name)
Frederic is a given name, and may refer to:In politics:* Frederic C. Walcott, United States Senator from Connecticut* Frederic M. Sackett, United States Senator from Kentucky and ambassador to Germany

Frederick
-Royalty:Austria* Frederick I, Duke of Austria , Duke of Austria from 1195–1198* Frederick II, Duke of Austria , last Duke of Austria from the Babenberg dynasty

Frederick (MARC station)
Frederick is a passenger rail station on the MARC Brunswick Line between this station and Washington, D.C.. This is one of two stations on the Frederick branch. The station is also a major hub for buses of the TransIT Services of Frederick, Maryland.

Frederick (ship)
The Frederick was a ship that was wrecked at Cape Flinders on Stanley Island, Queensland, Australia in 1818.Frederick Reefs in the Coral Sea Islands, over northeast of Gladstone, Queensland gets its name from the Frederick, which first reported sighting of the reef.The reefs were discovered in 1812 by the Frederick

Free
Free may refer to:* Free will* Political freedom* Economic freedom* Something given or supplied without payment * Gratis versus Libre, the distinction between the two meanings aboveFree may also refer to:- Arts and philosophy :

Free (Brad Johner album)
Free is the first solo studio album by Canadian country music singer Brad Johner. It was released in Canada on February 11, 2003, by Royalty Records. "Hello", "Free", "Different", "The Farmer's Back" and "She Looks a Lot Like You" were released as singles.

Free (Chicago song)
"Free" is a song written by Robert Lamm for the rock band Chicago and recorded for their third album Chicago III , with Terry Kath singing lead vocals. It was the first single released from this album, and peaked at #20 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100.

Free (Dana International album)
Free is the fifth studio album by Israeli singer Dana International, released in 1999, the year after she won the Eurovision Song Contest 1998 with the song "Diva"; it includes an alternative version of the track

Free (Deniece Williams song)
"Free" is a popular song by Deniece Williams which was included on her album This Is Niecy. Written by Williams, Hank Redd, Nathan Watts and Susaye Greene and produced by Maurice White and Charles Stepney

Free (Desperate Housewives)
"Free" is the 87th episode of the ABC television series Desperate Housewives. It is the seventeenth episode of the show's fourth season, and the second half of the two-hour season finale. It is also the last episode to take place in "present time" following the five year jump at the end of this episode.-Plot:Katherine goes to the police station to report Adam as missing

Free (Erika song)
-Background:The single reached #1 on its first day on the Oricon charts and obtained the same spot in its first week. The song "Free" was used for the commercial promoting Subaru Stella and R2

Free (Estelle song)
"Free" is the second solo single by British singer-songwriter Estelle taken from her debut album The 18th Day. The song features a rap from So Solid Crew's Megaman

Free (Kate Ryan album)
Free is the title of Kate Ryan's fourth studio album. It was released on May 30, 2008 by ARS/Universal. It includes the singles, "Voyage Voyage", "L.I.L.Y.", "Ella elle l'a", "I Surrender" and "Your Eyes"

Free (Libera album)
-Track listing:1. I Am The Day 4:432. Stay With Me 3:333. Voca Me 4:484. A Song Of Enchantment 4:335. Ave Verum 4:216. Do Not Stand At My Grave And Weep 2:407. When A Knight 2:218. A New Heaven 4:089. I Vow To Thee My Country 3:1810. Lament 4:17

Free (Marcus Miller album)
Free is an album by Jazz bassist Marcus Miller. It was released in 2007.The album's title track is a cover of the 1977 Deniece Williams song. UK soul singer Corinne Bailey Rae provided lead vocals. "Higher Ground" is a song originally by Stevie Wonder, and "What Is Hip" was originally performed by Tower of Power

Free (Rick Astley album)
Free is Rick Astley's third album, released in 1991. It was his first album not to be produced by the noted production team of Stock Aitken Waterman. It gave Astley another hit single in the ballad "Cry for Help", which became a Top 10 in both the UK and the US. Further singles "Move Right Out" and "Never Knew Love" were less successful

Free (Sarah Brightman song)
"Free" is a song performed by English classical crossover soprano Sarah Brightman from her ninth studio album, Harem . It was originally written in German by Matthias Meissner and Thomas Schwarz. The song was then re-written in English by Brightman in collaboration with Sophie B. Hawkins. The track was produced by Frank Peterson

Free (Stryper song)
"Free" is a song by the band Stryper. Written by Robert & Michael Sweet, it was released as the first single from Stryper's third album To Hell with the Devil on February 10, 1987.

Free (The Party album)
Free is The Party's second studio album. Teddy Riley wrote three songs for the album, including the New Jack Swing-tinged title song, "Free," which was also remixed by house-music legends Steve "Silk" Hurley and E-Smoove. Dr

Free agent
In professional sports, a free agent is a player whose contract with a team has expired and who is thus eligible to sign with another club or franchise.

Free agent (business)
In business, a free agent refers to someone who works independently for oneself, rather than for a single employer. These include self-employed workers, independent contractors and temporary workers, who altogether represent about 22 percent of the U.S. labor force. The term free agent is believed to have been coined by Daniel H

Free fall
Free fall is any motion of a body where gravity is the only force acting upon it, at least initially. These conditions produce an inertial trajectory so long as gravity remains the only force. Since this definition does not specify velocity, it also applies to objects initially moving upward

Free Fall (Golding)
Free Fall is the fourth novel of English novelist William Golding, first published in 1959. Written in the first person, it is a self-examination by an English painter, Samuel Mountjoy, held in a German POW camp during World War Two.-Plot summary:

Free Fall (Jimmy Giuffre album)
-Track listing:All tracks written by Jimmy Giuffre#Propulsion - 3:08#Three We - 4:13#Ornothoids - 2:46#Dichotomy - 4:00#Man Alone - 2:20#Spasmodic - 3:29#Yggdrasill - 2:34#Divided Man - 1:56#Primordial Call - 3:26#The Five Ways - 2:20

Free For All
Free For All may refer to:* Free For All , an episode of the British television series The Prisoner* Free-for-All , a 1976 album by Ted Nugent** "Free-for-All ," the album's title track

Free For All (album)
Free For All is a 1964 jazz album released by Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers for Blue Note records.The Allmusic review by Al Campbell awards the album 4 stars and states " This edition of the Jazz Messengers had been together since 1961 with a lineup that would be hard to beat: Freddie Hubbard on trumpet , Wayne Shorter on tenor sax, Curtis

Free kick
A free kick is used to restart play in several codes of football:Association football* Direct free kick, from which one may score directly* Indirect free kick, from which one may not score directlyAmerican football;* Safety kick

Free radical (disambiguation)
Free radical is a chemistry term that describes an atomic or molecular species with unpaired electrons on an otherwise open shell configuration.Free radical may also refer to:Chemistry

Free time (disambiguation)
Free time refers to the period when one is off. It may also refer to:*Free time , a type of musical meter free from musical time & time signature*Freetime , an album by Spyro Gyra*The Sims 2: FreeTime, the The Sims 2 expansion pack

Free trade
Under a free trade policy, prices emerge from supply and demand, and are the sole determinant of resource allocation. 'Free' trade differs from other forms of trade policy where the allocation of goods and services among trading countries are determined by price strategies that may differ from those which would emerge under deregulation

Free verse
Free verse is a form of poetry that refrains from consistent meter patterns, rhyme, or any other musical pattern.Poets have explained that free verse, despite its freedom, is not free. Free Verse displays some elements of form

Free Will (album)
2001 compact disc reissue bonus tracks.-Personnel:Musicians* Gil Scott-Heron - vocals, piano, guitar* Horace Ott - conductor, arranger* Brian Jackson - acoustic piano, electric piano, vocals* Gerald Jemmott - bass* Pretty Purdie - drums

Freebase
Freebase is a large collaborative knowledge base consisting of metadata composed mainly by its community members. It is an online collection of structured data harvested from many sources, including individual 'wiki' contributions. Freebase aims to create a global resource which allows people to access common information more effectively

Freebase (chemistry)
Freebase or free base refers to the pure basic form of an amine, as opposed to its salt form. The amine is usually an alkaloid natural product. Free base is commonly used in organic chemistry and pharmaceuticals to describe the unprotonated amine form of a compound.Most alkaloids are unstable in their pure form and exist in ionic salt form

Freebooter
Freebooter may refer to:* Marine freebooters, or pirates.* Filibuster , a group of individuals who engage in unauthorized warfare against foreign countries.* Rapparee, the Irish usage.* Meadowbrook Freebooters, American polo team

Freed
Freed may refer to:People* Alan Freed, the American radio personality* Arthur Freed, the American film producer and lyricist* Kayce Freed , widow of Peter Jennings* Leonard Freed, American photographer* Jio Freed, 666 Satan protagonistOther

Freedman
A freedman is a former slave who has been released from slavery, usually by legal means. Historically, slaves became freedmen either by manumission or emancipation .

Freedom
-Philosophy:* Free will, the ability to make choices* Political freedom, in the context of the relationship of the individual to the state* Economic freedom-Computing:

Freedom (Andy Griggs album)
Freedom is the second album by country music singer Andy Griggs. Released in 2002 on RCA Records Nashville, it features the singles "How Cool Is That", "Tonight I Wanna Be Your Man", and "Practice Life", a duet with Martina McBride; respectively, these reached No. 22, No. 7, and No

Freedom (Darrell Evans album)
Freedom is the third Christian worship music album by Darrell Evans released by Vertical Music in 1998. This album also features Lincoln Brewster who played lead guitar and aided in songwriting

Freedom (Jimi Hendrix song)
"Freedom" is a Jimi Hendrix song released in 1971 from the album The Cry of Love. The album was released posthumously in 1971 and became a major hit. This was the only single released from the album and was somewhat successful on the charts, reaching number 59 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart

Freedom (Paul McCartney song)
"Freedom" is a song written and recorded by Paul McCartney in response to the September 11 attacks in 2001. McCartney was in New York City at the time of the attacks, and actually witnessed the destruction while sitting in a plane, which was parked on the tarmac at New York's John F

Freedom (Sheena Easton album)
Freedom is the 13th studio album by singer-songwriter Sheena Easton released only in Japan and charting at #53.This album of new material consists of smooth, catchy Dance-Pop songs. Easton had producing credits on the project and writing credits on the songs "One Man" and "Love will make you wise"

Freedom (TV series)
Freedom is a short-lived 2000 American science fiction television show on the UPN network. There were 12 episodes filmed, but only 7 were aired. Some episodes were further aired internationally

Freedom of religion
Freedom of religion is a principle that supports the freedom of an individual or community, in public or private, to manifest religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship, and observance; the concept is generally recognized also to include the freedom to change religion or not to follow any religion

Freedom of Speech (painting)
Freedom of Speech is one of Four Freedoms paintings by Norman Rockwell that were inspired by United States President Franklin D. Roosevelt in the State of the Union Address, known as Four Freedoms, he delivered to the 77th United States Congress on January 6, 1941

Freefall (LP)
Freefall is the title of the first solo album by British Christian singer-songwriter Steve Flashman.-Side one:# "Hideout" # "Free Fall" # "You Are" # "Celebrities"

Freefall (ride)
The Freefall is an amusement ride developed by Giovanola and marketed throughout the world by Swiss company, Intamin AG. Two generations of this ride were developed. First generation Freefall rides can be identified by the angled supports at the base of the lift tower. Second generation Freefall rides had a more streamlined tower structure

Freehold
Freehold may refer to:*Freehold and fee simple: ownership of land and the buildings on such land

Freehold (novel)
Freehold is a science fiction novel written by Michael Z. Williamson, published in 2004 by Baen Books. The Freehold series is continued in The Weapon which begins prior to Freehold and ends approximately two years afterwards.-Plot:

Light-emitting diode
A light-emitting diode is a semiconductor light source. LEDs are used as indicator lamps in many devices and are increasingly used for other lighting

Light-independent reaction
The light-independent reactions of photosynthesis are chemical reactions that convert carbon dioxide and other compounds into glucose. These reactions occur in the stroma, the fluid-filled area of a chloroplast outside of the thylakoid membranes. These reactions take the light-dependent reactions and perform further chemical processes on them

Lighter
A lighter is a portable device used to generate a flame. It consists of a metal or plastic container filled with a flammable fluid or pressurized liquid gas, a means of ignition, and some provision for extinguishing the flame.- History :

Lighthouse
A lighthouse is a tower, building, or other type of structure designed to emit light from a system of lamps and lenses or, in older times, from a fire, and used as an aid to navigation for maritime pilots at sea or on inland waterways.

Lighthouse of Alexandria
The Lighthouse of Alexandria, also known as the Pharos of Alexandria , was a tower built between 280 and 247 BC on the island of Pharos at Alexandria, Egypt

Lighthouses in Ireland
This is a list of lighthouses in Ireland. The Commissioners of Irish Lights are responsible for the majority of marine navigation aids around the island though a small number are maintained by local harbour authorities

Lighting
Lighting or illumination is the deliberate application of light to achieve some practical or aesthetic effect. Lighting includes the use of both artificial light sources such as lamps and light fixtures, as well as natural illumination by capturing daylight

Lighting designer
The role of the lighting designer within theatre is to work with the director, choreographer, set designer, costume designer, and sound designer to create an overall 'look' for the show in response to the text, while keeping in mind issues of visibility, safety and cost

Lightning
Lightning is an atmospheric electrostatic discharge accompanied by thunder, which typically occurs during thunderstorms, and sometimes during volcanic eruptions or dust storms

Lightning rod
A lightning rod or lightning conductor is a metal rod or conductor mounted on top of a building and electrically connected to the ground through a wire, to protect the building in the event of lightning

Lights (singer)
Lights Valerie Poxleitner is a Canadian electronic musician, signed to her own personal label, Lights Music. Her most notable singles include "Ice", "Second Go" and "Toes". In 2009, she was awarded the Juno Award for "Best New Artist".-Early life:Lights was born in Timmins, Ontario. Her parents are of German and Austrian descent

LightScribe
LightScribe is an optical disc recording technology that uses specially coated recordable CD and DVD media to produce laser-etched labels with text or graphics, as opposed to stick-on labels and printable discs.

Ligier
For the related Formula One team, see Equipe LigierLigier is a French automobile maker created by former racing driver and rugby player Guy Ligier.-History:

Lignin
Lignin or lignen is a complex chemical compound most commonly derived from wood, and an integral part of the secondary cell walls of plants and some algae. The term was introduced in 1819 by de Candolle and is derived from the Latin word lignum, meaning wood

Lignite, Virginia
Lignite is a ghost town in Botetourt County, Virginia, United States. A former lignite coal mining town, it consisted of a company store, churches, and a main street theater. It was abandoned in 1890 after ore demands dropped

LIGO
LIGO, which stands for the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory, is a large-scale physics experiment aiming to directly detect gravitational waves. Cofounded in 1992 by Kip Thorne and Ronald Drever of Caltech and Rainer Weiss of MIT, LIGO is a joint project between scientists at MIT, Caltech, and many other colleges and universities

Ligurian Sea
The Ligurian Sea is an arm of the Mediterranean Sea, between the Italian Riviera and the island of Corsica. The sea is probably named after the ancient Ligures people.-Geography:

Like Water for Chocolate
Like Water for Chocolate is a popular novel published in 1989 by first-time Mexican novelist Laura Esquivel.The novel follows the story of a young girl named Tita who longs her entire life to marry her lover, Pedro, but can never have him because of her mother's upholding of the family tradition of the youngest daughter not marrying but taking care of her mother until the day she

Lil Jon
Jonathan Mortimer Smith , better known by his stage name Lil Jon, is an American rapper, music producer, entrepreneur, and occasional disc jockey who was a member of the group Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz. Lil Jon formed the group in 1997, and the group released several albums between then and 2004

Liliaceae
The Liliaceae, or the lily family, is a family of monocotyledons in the order Liliales. Plants in this family have linear leaves, mostly with parallel veins but with several having net venation , and flower arranged in threes. Several have bulbs, while others have rhizomes

Lilian Lenton
Lilian Ida Lenton was an English dancer, suffragist, arsonist, and winner of a French Red Cross medal for her service as an Orderly in World War I.-Early years:

Liliensternus
Liliensternus was a genus of coelophysoid dinosaur from the Late Triassic period, about 205 Ma.Liliensternus was originally named in 1934 by Friedrich von Huene as a second species of Halticosaurus, H. liliensterni, the specific name honouring the German amateur paleontologist, Dr

Lilies of the Field
Lilies of the Field, a 1963 film adapted from the 1962 novel with the same name by William Edmund Barrett, starring Sidney Poitier, Lilia Skala, Stanley Adams, and Dan Frazer, was adapted by James Poe from the novel. It was produced and directed by Ralph Nelson. The title comes from a portion of the Sermon on the Mount in the New Testament and its parallel scripture from

Lilith
Lilith is a character in Jewish mythology, found earliest in the Babylonian Talmud, who is generally thought to be related to a class of female demons Līlīṯu in Mesopotamian texts. However, Lowell K. Handy notes, "Very little information has been found relating to the Akkadian and Babylonian view of these demons

Lilium
Lilium is a genus of herbaceous flowering plants growing from bulbs. Most species are native to the temperate northern hemisphere, though the range extends into the northern subtropics

Lilli Palmer
Lilli Palmer , born Lilli Marie Peiser, was a German actress. She won the Volpi Cup, the Deutscher Filmpreis three times, and was nominated twice for a Golden Globe Award.-Life and career:

Lillian Gish
Lillian Diana Gish was an American stage, screen and television actress whose film acting career spanned 75 years, from 1912 to 1987.

Lillie Bridge Grounds
The Lillie Bridge Grounds was a sports ground in London near to present day Stamford Bridge, opened around 1867. The ground started to fall into disuse after the opening of Stamford Bridge, and after a riot on September 18, 1887 which destroyed the track and grandstand, it finally closed in 1888.Lillie Bridge is these days better known as a London Underground maintenance depot,

Lillie Langtry
Lillie Langtry , usually spelled Lily Langtry when she was in the U.S., born Emilie Charlotte Le Breton, was a British actress born on the island of Jersey

Lim Goh Tong
Tan Sri Dato Seri Lim Goh Tong was a prominent wealthy Malaysian Chinese businessman. He was renowned for his vision and courage in transforming Genting Highlands from an unexplored hilltop into one of the world's most successful casino resorts

Lima bean
Phaseolus lunatus is a legume. It is grown for its seed, which is eaten as a vegetable. It is commonly known as the lima bean or butter bean.-Origin and uses:

Limanowa
Limanowa is a small town in southern Poland, in the Lesser Poland Voivodeship. It is the capital of Limanowa County.

Limbe
Limbe is a seaside city in the South-West Region of Cameroon. Limbe was founded in 1858 on the southern slopes of Mount Cameroon by the British missionary Alfred Saker

Limberjack
The limberjack, known variously as a jig doll, slapjack, jiggerman, limberjim, limberjill, dancin' dan, paddle puppet and yankee-doodle dancer, is a wooden musical instrument which consists of a doll with loose joints on the end of a long stick, the legs of which the performer causes to tap rhythmically on a thin wooden board as if clogging

Limbic system
The limbic system is a set of brain structures including the hippocampus, amygdala, anterior thalamic nuclei, septum, limbic cortex and fornix, which seemingly support a variety of functions including emotion, behavior, long term memory, and olfaction. The term "limbic" comes from the Latin limbus, for "border" or "edge"

Limbo
In the theology of the Catholic Church, Limbo is a speculative idea about the afterlife condition of those who die in original sin without being assigned to the Hell of the damned. Limbo is not an official doctrine of the Roman Catholic Church or any other

Lime (fruit)
Lime is a term referring to a number of different citrus fruits, both species and hybrids, which are typically round, green to yellow in color, 3–6 cm in diameter, and containing sour and acidic pulp. Limes are a good source of vitamin C. Limes are often used to accent the flavors of foods and beverages

Lime (mineral)
Lime is a general term for calcium-containing inorganic materials, in which carbonates, oxides and hydroxides predominate. Strictly speaking, lime is calcium oxide or calcium hydroxide. It is also the name for a single mineral of the CaO composition, occurring very rarely

Lime mortar
Lime mortar is a type of mortar composed of lime and an aggregate such as sand, mixed with water. It is one of the oldest known types of mortar, dating back to the 4th century BC and widely used in Ancient Rome and Greece, when it largely replaced the clay and gypsum mortars common to Ancient Egyptian construction.With the introduction of ordinary portland cement during the 19th

Limerick GAA
The Limerick County Board of the Gaelic Athletic Association or Limerick GAA is one of the 32 county boards of the GAA in Ireland, and is responsible for Gaelic games in County Limerick

Limerick Institute of Technology
Limerick Institute of Technology is an institution of higher education in Limerick, Ireland and is one of 13 institutes that are members of the Institutes of Technology Ireland . The Institute has four campuses in Limerick City, one in both Thurles and Clonmel in County Tipperary and a regional learning centre in Ennis, County Clare

Limestone
Limestone is a sedimentary rock composed largely of the minerals calcite and aragonite, which are different crystal forms of calcium carbonate . Many limestones are composed from skeletal fragments of marine organisms such as coral or foraminifera.

Limestone pavement
A limestone pavement is a natural karst landform consisting of a flat, incised surface of exposed limestone that resembles an artificial pavement. The term is mainly used in the UK where many of these landforms have developed distinctive surface patterning resembling block of paving

Limited company
A limited company is a company in which the liability of the members or subscribers of the company is limited to what they have invested or guaranteed to the company. Limited companies may be limited by shares or by guarantee. And the former of these, a limited company limited by shares, may be further divided into public companies and private companies

Limited liability limited partnership
The limited liability limited partnership is a relatively new modification of the limited partnership, a form of business entity recognized under U.S. commercial law. An LLLP is a limited partnership and as such consists of one or more general partners and one or more limited partners

Limnetic zone
The limnetic zone is the well-lit, open surface waters in a lake, away from the shore. The vegetation of the littoral zone surrounds this expanse of open water and it is above the profundal zone.

Limnology
Limnology , also called freshwater science, is the study of inland waters. It is often regarded as a division of ecology or environmental science. It covers the biological, chemical, physical, geological, and other attributes of all inland waters

Limonite
Limonite is an ore consisting in a mixture of hydrated iron oxide-hydroxide of varying composition. The generic formula is frequently written as FeO·nH2O, although this is not entirely accurate as limonite often contains a varying amount of oxide compared to hydroxide.Together with hematite, it has been mined as ore for the production of iron

Limpet
Limpet is a common name for a number of different kinds of saltwater and freshwater snails ; it is applied to those snails that have a simple shell which is more or less conical in shape, and either is not spirally coiled, or appears not to be coiled in the adult snails.The name limpet is most often applied to members of the clade Patellogastropoda, the true

Lin Yutang
Lin Yutang was a Chinese writer and inventor. His informal but polished style in both Chinese and English made him one of the most influential writers of his generation, and his compilations and translations of classic Chinese texts into English were bestsellers in the West.-Youth:Lin was born in the town of Banzai, Pinghe, Zhangzhou, Fujian

Lina Medina
Lina Medina is the youngest confirmed mother in medical history, giving birth at the age of five years, seven months and 17 days

Lina Radke
Karoline Radke-Batschauer was a German runner. She was the first Olympic champion in the 800 m for women.

Lina Sandell
Lina Sandell was a Swedish writer of Gospel hymns.Born Karolina Wilhelmina Sandell in a rectory at Fröderyd, Småland, Sweden

Lincoln Alexander
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Lincoln Capri
The Lincoln Capri was a full-size automobile sold by Ford's Lincoln luxury division. It was introduced for the 1952 model year and discontinued soon after the 1959 model year.

Lincoln cent
Below are the mintage figures for the Lincoln penny-Mintage figures:Lincoln wheat cent, 1909-1958 Lincoln Memorial cent, 1959-1982

Lincoln Continental
The Lincoln Continental is an automobile which was produced by the Lincoln division of Ford Motor Company from 1939 to 1948 and again from 1956 to 2002

Lincoln Continental Mark III
The Lincoln Continental Mark III was a personal luxury car produced by Lincoln and sold in North America in the 1969 through 1971 model years.-Introduction:

Lincoln Continental Mark IV
See Lincoln Mark for a complete overview of the Lincoln Mark Series.The Lincoln Continental Mark IV was a luxury car at the top end of the personal luxury car market sold under the Lincoln brand of the Ford Motor Company in North America between 1972 and 1976. It replaced the successful Continental Mark III, and was in turn replaced by the Continental Mark V

Lincoln Continental Mark V
The Lincoln Continental Mark V was a large coupe sold by Lincoln, the Ford Motor Company's luxury division, between the 1977 and 1979 model years. The Mark V was a restyled Mark IV, replacing that car's more rounded styling with a more squared-off, sharp-edged detailing. The Mark V was highly successful with an average of 75,000 units being sold each of the three model years

Lincoln County, Mississippi
-Demographics:As of the census of 2000, there were 33,166 people, 12,538 households, and 9,190 families residing in the county. The population density was 57 people per square mile . There were 14,052 housing units at an average density of 24 per square mile

Lincoln Highway
The Lincoln Highway was the first road across the United States of America.Conceived and promoted by entrepreneur Carl G. Fisher, the Lincoln Highway spanned coast-to-coast from Times Square in New York City to Lincoln Park in San Francisco, originally through 13 states: New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, Nevada, and

Lincoln LS
The Lincoln LS is a mid-size, rear wheel drive sedan from Lincoln. For its production run from 1999 until 2006, it was based on the Ford DEW98 platform, which was shared with the Jaguar S-Type and Ford Thunderbird

Lincoln Mark series
The Continental Mark II was a personal luxury car produced by a newly formed Continental Division of the Ford Motor Company for only two model years: 1956 and 1957.

Lincoln Mark VIII
The Lincoln Mark VIII is a large, rear-wheel drive grand touring luxury coupe built from 1993 to 1998. It was the successor of the Mark VII. The Mark VIII was built at Ford's Wixom, Michigan assembly plant and was based on the FN10 platform, a relative of the MN12 platform which underpinned the 1989-1997 Ford Thunderbird and Mercury Cougar.-First generation :The Mark VIII

Lincoln Memorial
The Lincoln Memorial is an American memorial built to honor the 16th President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln. It is located on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. The architect was Henry Bacon, the sculptor of the main statue was Daniel Chester French, and the painter of the interior murals was Jules Guerin

Lincoln Park (Chicago)
Lincoln Park is a 1,208 acre park along the lakefront of Chicago, Illinois' North Side, facing Lake Michigan.Lincoln Park is Chicago's largest public park

Lincoln Premiere
The Lincoln Premiere is a luxury car sold by Ford Motor Company's Lincoln-Mercury division. It was produced in both 2 and 4 door versions both seating 6 people. A limousine version was also offered, which had the same wheelbase as the sedan version, but its cabin extended further back, allowing for more space for rear passengers. The limousine version also had a division window

Lincoln Town Car
The Lincoln Town Car is a full-size luxury sedan that was sold by the upscale Lincoln division of Ford Motor Company; it was produced from 1981 to the 2011 model years

Lincoln Tunnel
The Lincoln Tunnel is a long tunnel under the Hudson River, connecting Weehawken, New Jersey and the borough of Manhattan in New York City.-History: