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Gaina (name)
Gaina - family name in Romania and Republic of Moldova.Notable persons:*Carmen Gaina - geoscientist , Geological Survey of Norway*Silvestru Gaina - philosopher at the University of Czernowitz

Gainer (disambiguation)
A Gainer is a backward somersault in acrobatics, diving and some martial arts. Gainer may also refer to:-People:*Aaron Gainer*Del Gainer*Derrick Gainer, U.S. boxer*Derrick Gainer *Forrest Gainer*Jay Gainer*Terrance W

Gaiola (construction)
A gaiola is a masonry building reinforced with an internal wooden cage mostly used in Portugal. After the 1755 Lisbon earthquake changes were made to the construction.

Gait is the pattern of movement of the limbs of animals, including humans, during locomotion over a solid substrate. Most animals use a variety of gaits, selecting gait based on speed, terrain, the need to maneuver, and energetic efficiency

Gaiter (disambiguation)
Gaiters are garments worn on the legs.Gaiter may refer to:*Gaiter *Crus, the lower leg*Gaiters, sports teams at Bishop's University

Gaiter (vehicle)
On a vehicle, a gaiter or boot refers to a protective flexible sleeve covering a moving part, intended to keep the part clean.-On motorcycles and bicycles:

Gaitskell may refer to:* Hugh Gaitskell , British politician; leader of the Labour party.* Anna Gaitskell, Baroness Gaitskell , British politician.

Gaja (2008 film)
Gaja is a 2008 Kannada film directed by K. Madesha and produced by V.Harikrishna. The film stars Darshan, Navya Nair and Devaraj. The film is a remake of the 2006 Tamil film Saravana, which was itself a remake of the 2005 Telugu film Bhadra.-Plot:

-Given name:* Gal Costa, Brazilian Bossa Nova singer*Gal Fridman , windsurfer and first Israeli to win an Olympic gold medal-Surname:* Austrian composer and artist Bernhard Gál* Jenny Gal, Dutch-Italian judoka

-Given name:* Gal Costa, Brazilian Bossa Nova singer*Gal Fridman , windsurfer and first Israeli to win an Olympic gold medal-Surname:* Austrian composer and artist Bernhard Gál* Jenny Gal, Dutch-Italian judoka

GAL (cuneiform)
GAL is the Sumerian cuneiform for "great".*LÚ.GAL*DEREŠ.KI.GAL

-Events and festivities:*A gala, a festivity *A swimming gala is a British/South African term for an amateur swimming competition, often known as a swimming carnival in Australia.

Gala (album)
-Component EPs/tracks:The EPs and tracks that make up the album are:Sweetness and Light EP* Tracks 1, 2, and 3: released 15 October 1990** Produced by Tim Friese-Greene** Engineered by Ed Buller

GALA (Gay and Lesbian Acceptance)
GALA is a non-profit Missouri corporation that is an association of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender persons and their family and friends that are connected with the Community of Christ.

Galactic is a funk and jazz jam band from New Orleans, Louisiana, United States.-Origins and background:Originally formed in 1994 as an octet and including singer Chris Lane and guitarist Rob Gowen, the group was soon pared down to a sextet of: guitarist Jeff Raines, bassist Robert Mercurio, drummer Stanton Moore, Hammond organist Rich Vogel,

A galactocerebroside is a type of cerebroside consisting of a ceramide with a galactose residue at the 1-hydroxyl moiety.The galactose is cleaved by galactosylceramidase.

Galactose , sometimes abbreviated Gal, is a type of sugar that is less sweet than glucose. It is a C-4 epimer of glucose.

Galactosyltransferase is a type of glycosyltransferase which catalyzes the transfer of galactose. An example is B-N-acetylglucosaminyl-glycopeptide b-1,4-galactosyltransferase.

Galagos , also known as bushbabies, bush babies or nagapies , are small, nocturnal primates native to continental Africa, and make up the family Galagidae

Galambok is a village in Zala county, Hungary.- External links :*

Galangal is a rhizome of plants of the genus Alpinia or Kaempferia in the ginger family Zingiberaceae, with culinary and medicinal uses originated from Indonesia

Galatea (yacht)
"Galatea" was the unsuccessful British challenger of the sixth America's Cup race in 1886 against American defender "Mayflower".-Design:Galatea, a keel cutter, was designed by John Beavor-Webb and built in 1885 for owner Lieutenant William Henn, R.N

Galatia (disambiguation)
Galatia may refer to:* Galatia, an ancient region of Asia Minor* Galatia , a province of the Roman empire* Galatia, Cyprus* Galatia, Illinois, United States* Galatia, Kansas, United States* Galatia, Kozani, Greece* Galatia, Turkey

Galatian may refer to:*of or relating to Galatia or its people*Galatian language

Galaxia (plant)
Galaxia is a genus of flowering plants in the iris family, but some consider it a synonym of Moraea.

Galaxias is the common name for a large group of smallish, highly successful freshwater fish in the Galaxias genus and Galaxiidae family. Galaxias are restricted to the southern hemisphere, and generally only occur in temperate latitudes; only one species is known from sub-tropical habitat

Galaxias (disambiguation)
Galaxias may refer to:* Galaxias, a genus of galaxiid fishes* Galaxias , a supermarket chain in Greece* The Greek language term of the word "galaxy".

Galaxias (supermarkets)
Galaxias is a supermarket chain in Greece, established in 1982. Its corporate name is PENTE SA and its headquartered in Athens. As of 2007, Galaxias has 123 stores, approximately half located in the greater Athens area and half in the rest of the country. Galaxias is the tenth biggest supermarket chain in Greece according to market share.

Galaxie (disambiguation)
Galaxie is a Canadian digital television radio service.Galaxie may also refer to:* Ford Galaxie, an automobile made by the Ford Motor Company* Galaxie 500, a 1980s American indie rock band* Galaxie , a Canadian rock band

Galaxie (song)
"Galaxie" is a 1995 single by the alternative rock band Blind Melon. It appeared on the album Soup.-Track listing:# "Galaxie" 2:52# "Wilt " 2:30# "Car Seat " 2:43# "Change" 3:41-Song meaning:

Galaxy (computational biology)
Galaxy is a scientific workflow, data integration, and data and analysis persistence and publishing platform that aims to make computational biology accessible to research scientists that do not have computer programming experience

Galaxy (module)
Galaxy is a canceled prototype space habitat designed by the American firm Bigelow Aerospace, and was intended to be the third spacecraft launched by the company in their efforts to create a commercial space station

Galaxy (satellite)
The Galaxy series is a family of communications satellites originally developed and operated by Hughes Communications, now owned and operated by Intelsat. Galaxy is one of the first geostationary satellites

A gale is a very strong wind. There are conflicting definitions of how strong a wind must be to be considered a gale. The U.S. government's National Weather Service defines a gale as 34–47 knots of sustained surface winds. Forecasters typically issue gale warnings when winds of this strength are expected.Other sources use minimums as low as and maximums as high as

Gale (crater)
Gale is a crater on Mars, near the border of the lowlands of Elysium Planitia at . It is 154 km in diameter and believed to be about 3.5 to 3.8 billion years old

The galeas is a small type of trade ship, which was common in the Baltic Sea and North Sea from the 17th to the early 20th centuries. The characteristics of the ships depend somewhat from where the ship originated. Swedish versions had two masts and were rigged as ketchs, sometimes as schooners

Galen (disambiguation)
Galen was an ancient Roman physician of Greek origin.Galen may also refer to:* Galen , a lunar impact crater* Galen, New York, U.S., a town- People :

Galena is the natural mineral form of lead sulfide. It is the most important lead ore mineral.Galena is one of the most abundant and widely distributed sulfide minerals. It crystallizes in the cubic crystal system often showing octahedral forms

Galenic may refer to:* Galen, an ancient Greek physician* Galenic formulation

-Places:*Gales Township, Redwood County, Minnesota*Gales Addition, Washington*Gales Creek *Gales Ferry*Gales Point, Belize*Galeş, a village in Sălişte town, Sibiu County, Romania*The Spanish language and Portuguese language word for Wales

The galgo is a traditional Korean drum. The drum has an hourglass-shaped wooden body and two drum heads of identical diameter, similar to the janggu. Compared to the janggu, the galgo is fitted with a sound-adjusting funnel different from that of the janggu

-Geographic regions:* Galicia , an autonomous community in northwestern Spain** Gallaecia, a province of the Roman Empire** Kingdom of Galicia, a medieval kingdom**Nueva Galicia :*** Nueva Galicia, a region of New Spain, now in Mexico

Galician can refer to:* Something of, from, or related to Galicia * Galician language* Galician people, an ethnic group of Galicia, Spain* Galician wine, wine produced in Galicia, Spain*Galician cuisine- See also :* Galicia

Galilee (disambiguation)
Galilee is a large region overlapping with much of the North District of Israel, that is traditionally divided into three regions:* The Upper Galilee* The Lower Galilee* The Western Galilee* Sea of GalileeGalilee can also refer to:

Galileo (Indigo Girls song)
"Galileo" is a song written by Emily Saliers and recorded and performed by folk rock group the Indigo Girls. It was released in 1992 on their platinum-selling fourth studio album Rites of Passage. It reached #10 on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart, the first song by the Indigo Girls to break the top ten on any chart

Galileo (Japanese television drama)
is a Japanese television drama based on , a novel by the famous mystery writer . It narrates the events and cases encountered by Kaoru Utsumi, a rookie detective, and Manabu Yukawa, a university associate professor, while the two pair up to solve many mysterious cases

Galileo (magazine)
Galileo Magazine of Science & Fiction was a science fiction magazine which appeared as a quarterly in the 8½ × 11 format for five issues, issue #5 being published in October 1977. It then changed to a bimonthly publishing schedule beginning with issue #6 published in January 1978. The last issue published was issue #16 in January 1980

Galileo (song)
"Galileo" is a song written by Emily Saliers and recorded and performed by folk rock group the Indigo Girls. It was released in 1992 on their platinum-selling fourth studio album Rites of Passage. It reached #10 on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart, the first song by the Indigo Girls to break the top ten on any chart

Galina (Austria)
The Galina River originates near the „Rossboden“ 2,060 metres above Sea Level. It is one of the shortest rivers of Vorarlberg.The Galina River also merges with the Ill River between Feldkirch and the village of Nenzing.

Galingale may refer to:*Galangal, one of several plants in the ginger family with aromatic rhizomes used for food and medicines*Galingale, one of several species of Cyperus sedges with aromatic rhizomes

Galiots were types of ships from the Age of Sail.In the Mediterranean, galiots were a type of small galley, with one or two masts and about twenty oars, using both sails and oars for propulsion

Galls or cecidia are outgrowths on the surface of lifeforms caused by invasion by other lifeforms, such as parasites or bacterial infection. Plant galls are abnormal outgrowths of plant tissues and can be caused by various parasites, from fungi and bacteria, to insects and mites

-People with the surname Gallant:* A. Ronald Gallant , leading American econometrician* Cheryl Gallant , Conservative Canadian politician* Gerard Gallant , Canadian ice hockey coach and former NHL player

In vertebrates the gallbladder is a small organ that aids mainly in fat digestion and concentrates bile produced by the liver. In humans the loss of the gallbladder is usually easily tolerated.

Galleries (album)
Galleries is the debut album by The Visionaries, an American hip hop group composed of 2Mex, LMNO, KeyKool, DJ Rhettmatic, Lord Zen, and Dannu.-Track listing:# Highsmen# The Gallery# Audible Angels# Time Is Running Out# Rejoice And Praise

Gallery may refer to:* An art museum * A retail art shop * An exhibition room in a museum

Gallery (album)
Gallery is a French compilation album released by American hard rock band Great White in 1999.-Track listing:#"Call It Rock 'n' Roll" - 3:56#"All Over Now" - 4:21#"Step on You" - 5:49#"Can't Shake It" - 4:41#"Psycho City" - 6:07#"Rock Me" - 7:19

Gallia may refer to:*Gaul , the region of Western Europe occupied by present-day France, Belgium and other neighbouring countries

Gallia (goddess)
Gallia was a Romano-Gallic goddess, possibly related to the region of Europe known to the Romans as Gallia . The only evidence of her name to date is an altar set up at Vindolanda by its auxiliary garrison of the 4th cohort of Gauls, stationed there from the early 3rd century onwards

The word Galliano can refer to:*Galliano , a liqueur*Giuseppe Galliano , an Italian soldier*John Galliano , British fashion designer*Richard Galliano The word Galliano can refer to:*Galliano (drink), a liqueur*Giuseppe Galliano (1846-1896), an Italian soldier*John Galliano (b. 1960), British fashion designer*Richard Galliano The word Galliano can refer to:*Galliano (drink), a liqueur*Giuseppe Galliano (1846-1896), an Italian soldier*John Galliano (b. 1960), British fashion designer*Richard Galliano (b

Gallic is an adjective that may refer to:* Gaul, from which the name derives, a region of Europe roughly corresponding to modern France and parts of the surrounding countries* Gauls, the Celtic people of this region* A synonym for French

Gallic acid
Gallic acid is a trihydroxybenzoic acid, a type of phenolic acid, a type of organic acid, also known as 3,4,5-trihydroxybenzoic acid, found in gallnuts, sumac, witch hazel, tea leaves, oak bark, and other plants. The chemical formula is C6H23COOH. Gallic acid is found both free and as part of tannins. Salts and esters of gallic acid are termed 'gallates'

Gallica (disambiguation)
Gallica, the digital library of the Bibliothèque nationale de France.Gallica may also refer to:* Gallic in Latin* Legio III Gallica, a Roman legion* Legio XVI Gallica, a Roman legion* Via Gallica

Gallico is a surname, and may refer to:* Elisha Gallico , Palestinian Jewish Talmudist* Paul Gallico , American novelist

Galliformes are an order of heavy-bodied ground-feeding domestic or game bird, containing turkey, grouse, chicken, New and Old World Quail, ptarmigan, partridge, pheasant, and the Cracidae. Common names are gamefowl or gamebirds, landfowl, gallinaceous birds or galliforms

The Gallina or Largo-Gallina culture was an occupation sequence during the pre-hispanic period in the American Southwest from approximately 1050 to 1300

London Palladium
The London Palladium is a 2,286 seat West End theatre located off Oxford Street in the City of Westminster. From the roster of stars who have played there and many televised performances, it is arguably the most famous theatre in London and the United Kingdom, especially for musical variety shows.-Building:Walter Gibbons, an early moving pictures manager, built the Palladium in 1910 to

London School of Contemporary Dance
London Contemporary Dance School is a contemporary dance school located in London, United Kingdom. LCDS was founded by Robin Howard in 1966 in order to train new dancers for his company, London Contemporary Dance Theatre.

London School of Economics
The London School of Economics and Political Science is a public research university specialised in the social sciences located in London, United Kingdom, and a constituent college of the federal University of London

London Small Arms Co. Ltd
The London Small Arms Company Ltd was a British Arms Manufacturer from the years 1866-1935.Based in Tower Hamlets, London, London Small Arms Co

London Southend Airport
London Southend Airport or Southend Airport is a regional airport in the district of Rochford within Essex, England.During the 1960s, Southend was the third-busiest airport in the United Kingdom. It remained London's third-busiest airport in terms of passengers handled until the end of the 1970s, when the role of "London's third airport" passed to Stansted

London Tipton
London Leah Tipton is a fictional character in Disney's Suite Life franchise which consists of The Suite Life of Zack & Cody and its spin-off The Suite Life on Deck

London to Brighton events
The route along the A23 from London to Brighton in south-east England is popular for races, tours, charity rides and rallies

London Underground 1995 Stock
The London Underground's 1995 stock is used in daily service on the Northern Line. There are 106 six car trains in operation; they entered service between 12 June 1998 and 10 April 2001.

London Underground D78 Stock
The London Underground D Stock is a type of electric multiple unit used on the London Underground District Line . The entire fleet is due to be replaced with S Stock trains in 2015.- History :

London Zoo
London Zoo is the world's oldest scientific zoo. It was opened in London on 27 April 1828, and was originally intended to be used as a collection for scientific study. It was eventually opened to the public in 1847

London, Chatham and Dover Railway
The London, Chatham and Dover Railway was a railway company in south-eastern England from 1859 until the 1923 grouping which united it with other companies to form the Southern Railway. Its lines ran through London and northern and eastern Kent to form a significant part of the Greater London commuter network

London, Midland and Scottish Railway
The London Midland and Scottish Railway was a British railway company. It was formed on 1 January 1923 under the Railways Act of 1921, which required the grouping of over 120 separate railway companies into just four

London, Ontario
London is a city in Southwestern Ontario, Canada, situated along the Quebec City – Windsor Corridor. The city has a population of 352,395, and the metropolitan area has a population of 457,720, according to the 2006 Canadian census; the metro population in 2009 was estimated at 489,274. The city is named after London, England

London, Tilbury and Southend Railway
The London, Tilbury and Southend Railway is an English railway line linking Fenchurch Street railway station in the City of London with northeast London and the entire length of the northern Thames Gateway area of southern Essex. It is currently known as the Essex Thameside Route by Network Rail and forms part of strategic route 6

Lone pair
In chemistry, a lone pair is a valence electron pair without bonding or sharing with other atoms. They are found in the outermost electron shell of an atom, so lone pairs are a subset of a molecule's valence electrons

Lone Star Brewing Company
The Lone Star Brewery, built in 1884, was the first large, mechanized brewery in Texas. Adolphus Busch, of Anheuser-Busch, founded it along with a group of San Antonio businessmen. The castle-like building now houses the San Antonio Museum of Art. Lone Star beer was the company's main brand. It was marketed as "The National Beer of Texas." In 2000, the brewery was closed

Lone Star Card
The Lone Star Card is an Electronic Benefit Transfer pin-based card. The card is used for Food Stamp and Temporary Assistance for Needy Families programs for the State of Texas, United States of America.

Lone Wolf McQuade
Lone Wolf McQuade is a 1983 action film, starring Chuck Norris, David Carradine, Barbara Carrera, and Robert Beltran, and is directed by Steve Carver. The film score was written by Francesco De Masi and borrows heavily from Ennio Morricone's score for Once Upon a Time in the West

Lonely Planet
Lonely Planet is the largest travel guide book and digital media publisher in the world. The company is owned by BBC Worldwide, which bought a 75% share from the founders Maureen and Tony Wheeler in 2007 and the final 25% in February 2011

Lonesome Dove
Lonesome Dove is a 1985 Pulitzer Prize–winning western novel written by Larry McMurtry. It is the first published book of the Lonesome Dove series, but the third installment in the series chronologically

Lonestar is an American country music group consisting of Richie McDonald , Michael Britt , Keech Rainwater , Dean Sams , and Michael Hill . McDonald left the band in November 2007 for a solo career before returning in 2011

Long Ashton
Long Ashton is a village and civil parish in Somerset, England. It falls within the Unitary Authority of North Somerset, a few miles south west of the city of Bristol. The parish has a population of 4,981

Long Beach, California
Long Beach is a city situated in Los Angeles County in Southern California, on the Pacific coast of the United States. The city is the 36th-largest city in the nation and the seventh-largest in California. As of 2010, its population was 462,257

Long Beach, Washington
Long Beach is a city in Pacific County, Washington, United States. The population was 1,283 at the 2000 census and grew to 1,392 at the 2010 census

Long Branch, Toronto
The former Village of Long Branch is a neighbourhood in the south-west of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is located in the south-west corner of the former Township of Etobicoke and was a partially-independent municipality from 1930-1967

Long house
A longhouse or long house is a type of long, proportionately narrow, single-room building built by peoples in various parts of the world including Asia, Europe and North America.

Long Island (Nova Scotia)
Long Island is a Canadian island in Digby County, Nova Scotia.Situated in the Bay of Fundy immediately southwest of the Digby Neck, Brier Island is located immediately west

Long Island Rail Road
The Long Island Rail Road or LIRR is a commuter rail system serving the length of Long Island, New York. It is the busiest commuter railroad in North America, serving about 81.5 million passengers each year. Established in 1834 and having operated continuously since then, it is the oldest US railroad still operating under its original name and charter

Long Island Sound
Long Island Sound is an estuary of the Atlantic Ocean, located in the United States between Connecticut to the north and Long Island, New York to the south. The mouth of the Connecticut River at Old Saybrook, Connecticut, empties into the sound. On its western end the sound is bounded by the Bronx and Westchester County, New York, and connects to the East River

Long Island, Bahamas
Long Island is an island in the Bahamas that is split by the Tropic of Cancer. Its capital is Clarence Town. Long Island is one of the Districts of the Bahamas and is known as the most scenic island in the Bahamas. The population is roughly 4,000 inhabitants.-Geography:Long Island is about 130 kilometers long and 6 km wide at its widest point

Long John Silver
Long John Silver is a fictional character and the primary antagonist of the novel Treasure Island, by Robert Louis Stevenson. Silver is also known by the nicknames "Barbecue" and the "Sea-Cook".- Profile :

Long Lake, New York
Long Lake is a town in Hamilton County, New York in the United States. The population was 852 at the 2000 census. The town is named for long Long Lake beside which it sits. The town is entirely within the Adirondack Park and is the most northerly town in the county. It is a summer tourism destination offering fishing, hiking, boating, and many other outdoor activities

Long March
The Long March was a massive military retreat undertaken by the Red Army of the Communist Party of China, the forerunner of the People's Liberation Army, to evade the pursuit of the Kuomintang army. There was not one Long March, but a series of marches, as various Communist armies in the south escaped to the north and west

Long Range Desert Group
The Long Range Desert Group was a reconnaissance and raiding unit of the British Army during the Second World War. The commander of the German Afrika Corps, Field Marshal Erwin Rommel, admitted that the LRDG "caused us more damage than any other British unit of equal strength".Originally called the Long Range Patrol , the unit was founded in Egypt in June 1940 by Major

Long Range Reconnaissance Patrol
Long Range Reconnaissance Patrols, or LRRPs , were special small four to six-man teams in the Vietnam War on highly dangerous special reconnaissance missions deep into enemy territory.

Long track speed skating
Speed skating is an Olympic sport where competitors are timed while crossing a set distance. It is also a sport for leisure. Sports such as short track speedskating, inline speedskating, and quad speed skating are also called speed skating

Long-tailed Parakeet
The Long-tailed Parakeet is a parakeet endemic to the regions of Andaman islands, Nicobar islands, Sumatra, Borneo and Peninsular Malaysia . It is allopatric with the congener, the Red-breasted Parakeet, Psittacula alexandri, except in the Andaman islands where they occur together.-External links:* Selected photos

Long-term potentiation
In neuroscience, long-term potentiation is a long-lasting enhancement in signal transmission between two neurons that results from stimulating them synchronously. It is one of several phenomena underlying synaptic plasticity, the ability of chemical synapses to change their strength

Longboarding is the act of riding on a longboard.Longboarding is an offshoot of street skating, but, like all board sports, its roots lie in surfing. Developed as a single sport on the west coast in the 1950s, by the 1990s, Longboards and Skateboards branched off into their respective disciplines

A longbow is a type of bow that is tall ; this will allow its user a fairly long draw, at least to the jaw.

Longcase clock
A longcase clock, also tall-case clock, floor clock, or grandfather clock, is a tall, freestanding, weight-driven pendulum clock with the pendulum held inside the tower, or waist of the case. Clocks of this style are commonly 1.8–2.4 metres tall

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

Longitude by chronometer
Longitude by chronometer, is an astronomical navigation method of calculating the longitude of an observer's position on Earth. The longitude derived by this method must be combined with the latitude of the observer's position to resolve a "fix" or exact position of the observer on the Earth.-Background:Determining longitude by use of a chronometer

Longitudinal engine
In automotive engineering, a longitudinal engine is an internal combustion engine in which the crankshaft is oriented along the long axis of the vehicle, front to back.

Longleaf Pine
Pinus palustris, commonly known as the Longleaf Pine, is a pine native to the southeastern United States, found along the coastal plain from eastern Texas to southeast Virginia extending into northern and central Florida.

Longmoor Military Railway
The Longmoor Military Railway was a British military railway in Hampshire, built by the Royal Engineers from 1903 in order to train soldiers on railway construction and operations.-Route:

Longnose gar
The longnose gar, Lepisosteus osseus, is a primitive ray-finned fish of the gar family. It is also known as the needlenose gar.- Description :

Longshan culture
The Longshan culture was a late Neolithic culture in China, centered on the central and lower Yellow River and dated from about 3000 BC to 2000 BC

Longshore drift
Longshore drift consists of the transportation of sediments along a coast at an angle to the shoreline, which is dependent on prevailing wind direction, swash and backwash. This process occurs in the littoral zone, and in or within close proximity to the surf zone

Longton, Staffordshire
Longton is a southern district of Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England, and is known locally as the "Neck End" of the city. Longton is one of the six towns of "the Potteries" which formed the City of Stoke-on-Trent in 1925.-History:

Longwood, Florida
Longwood is a city in Seminole County, Florida, USA. The population was 13,745 at the 2000 census. As of 2006, the population recorded by the U.S. Census Bureau is 13,491. It is part of the Orlando–Kissimmee-Sanford Metropolitan Statistical Area.

Lonmin plc , formerly Lonrho plc, is a producer of platinum group metals operating in the Bushveld Complex of South Africa. It is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index.-History:

Lonsdale belt
The Lonsdale Belt was a boxing prize introduced by Hugh Lowther, 5th Earl of Lonsdale, to be awarded to British boxing champions. It is still awarded to British champions today.-National Sporting Club:

Looe is a small coastal town, fishing port and civil parish in the former Caradon district of south-east Cornwall, England, with a population of 5,280 . Looe is divided in two by the River Looe, East Looe and West Looe being connected by a bridge

Looking Backward
Looking Backward: 2000-1887 is a utopian science fiction novel by Edward Bellamy, a lawyer and writer from western Massachusetts; it was first published in 1887

Lookout Mountain
thumb|right|See seven statesLookout Mountain is located at the northwest corner of the U.S. state of Georgia, the northeast corner of Alabama, and along the southern border of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Lookout Mountain, along with Sand Mountain to the northwest, makes up a large portion of the southernmost end of the Cumberland Plateau

A loom is a device used to weave cloth. The basic purpose of any loom is to hold the warp threads under tension to facilitate the interweaving of the weft threads

Loon Lake (California)
Loon Lake Reservoir is a reservoir in the El Dorado National Forest of El Dorado County, California, United States. The lake is formed by Loon Lake Dam, completed in 1963 by Sacramento Municipal Utility District to conserve spring snow melt runoff for use during the summer and autumn for hydroelectric power production

Looney Tunes
Looney Tunes is a Warner Bros. animated cartoon series. It preceded the Merrie Melodies series and was Warner Bros.'s first animated theatrical series. Since its first official release, 1930's Sinkin' in the Bathtub, the series has become a worldwide media franchise, spawning several television series, films, comics, music albums, video games and amusement park rides

Loose connective tissue
Loose connective tissue is extremely loose. It is a category of connective tissue which includes areolar tissue, reticular tissue, and adipose tissue.

Lope de Aguirre
Lope de Aguirre was a Basque Spanish conquistador in South America. Nicknamed El Loco, 'the Madman', Aguirre is best known for his final expedition, down the Amazon river, in search of the mythical El Dorado

Lope de Rueda
Lope de Rueda was a Spanish dramatist and author, regarded by some as the best of his era. A very versatile writer, he also wrote comedies, farces, and pasos

Lope de Vega
Félix Arturo Lope de Vega y Carpio was a Spanish playwright and poet. He was one of the key figures in the Spanish Golden Century Baroque literature

Lopez Jaena, Misamis Occidental
Lopez Jaena is a 4th class municipality in the Province of Misamis Occidental, Philippines. According to the 2000 Philippine census, it has a population of about 20,948 people in 4,308 households.-History:*To be constructed...Natural/Man Made

Loppington is a village and parish in Shropshire, England, situated a few miles west of Wem. The population of the parish is 576 and there are 206 households.Loppington was recorded in the Domesday Book as Lopitone.

LORAN is a terrestrial radio navigation system using low frequency radio transmitters in multiple deployment to determine the location and speed of the receiver.

Lorazepam is a high-potency short-to-intermediate-acting 3-hydroxy benzodiazepine drug that has all five intrinsic benzodiazepine effects: anxiolytic, amnesic, sedative/hypnotic, anticonvulsant, antiemetic and muscle relaxant

Lord is a title with various meanings. It can denote a prince or a feudal superior . The title today is mostly used in connection with the peerage of the United Kingdom or its predecessor countries, although some users of the title do not themselves hold peerages, and use it 'by courtesy'

Lord Byng Secondary School
Lord Byng Secondary School is a grade 8-12 school located in the West Point Grey neighbourhood on the west side of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Lord Charles Somerset
General Lord Charles Henry Somerset PC was a British soldier, politician and colonial administrator. He was governor of the Cape Colony, South Africa, from 1814 to 1826.-Background: