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GAN (gene)
Gigaxonin also known as kelch-like protein 16 is a protein that in humans is encoded by the GAN gene.- Function :Gigaxonin is a member of the cytoskeletal BTB / kelch repeat family

Gan (Huvadhu Atoll)
Gan is one of the uninhabited islands of Southern Huvadhu Atoll, in the Gaafu Dhaalu Atoll administrative division of the Maldives.Gan Island was formerly inhabited, but its inhabitants moved to neighboring islands after a severe epidemic at the end of the 18th century. Before that point, there is evidence of continuous human habitation since very ancient times

Gan (Stephen King)
Gan is the creative overforce in the cosmology of the fictional Stephen King multiverse. Stephen King's inspiration for the word remains unknown, but he may have taken it from a Hebrew word, which means, simply, "garden." Gan's role in the novels is very much in line with the concept of God or the Wandjinah.- Overview :The being is first mentioned by name in the Stephen King novel

Ganda may refer to:* Ganda, Tibet, China* Ganda people of Uganda** Ganda language* Ganda Sirait, one of the big ethnic groups in Indonesia* Ganda, Angola* Ganda, the ancient Latin name of Ghent, a city in BelgiumPeople with the given name Ganda:

-Canada:* Gander, Newfoundland and Labrador, a town in Canada** Gander , a provincial electoral district** Gander Academy, an elementary school in Gander** Gander Collegiate, a high school in Gander

Gander (horse)
Gander is a thoroughbred race horse by Cormorant out of Lovely Nurse by Sawbones

Gander (Moselle)
The Gander is a river which flows in Luxembourg and in the French département Moselle, tributary of the Moselle River . Its source is in the commune of Frisange, southern Luxembourg. It flows generally southeast, and from Altwies until Emerange it forms the French-Luxembourgish border

Gandhinagar (disambiguation)
* Gandhinagar, the capital city of Gujarat, India.* Gandhinagar a community in city of Chennai* Gandhinagar, Maharashtra a census town in the state of Maharashtra, India.* Gandhinagar, Tamil Nadu in Southern India.

Gandhinagar (Lok Sabha constituency)
Gandhinagar Lok Sabha constituency is one of the 26 Lok Sabha constituencies in Gujarat state in western India.-Assembly segments:Presently, Gandhinagar Lok Sabha constituency comprises seven Vidhan Sabha segments

Ganesa can be:* Ganesa, alternate spelling of Ganesha, the Hindu god.* Ganesa , a genus of marine snails in the family Turbinidae.

Ganesh (actor)
Ganesh is a Kannada language film actor from India. He shot to popularity with the 2006 blockbuster film Mungaru Male, which became one of the biggest hits in Kannada cinema.- Television career :

Ganesh (film)
Ganesh is a 1998 film against corruption starring Victory Venkatesh and directed by Tirupathi Swamy. The film received five Nandi Awards, including best actor award for Venkatesh.

Ganesha (disambiguation)
Ganesha is a Hindu deity of intellect and wisdom.Ganesha, Ganesh, or Ganesa may also refer to:*Ganesh , a 1997 album by Aka Moon*Ganesh , a 1998 film against corruption starring Victory Venkatesh

Ganesha (psychedelic)
Ganesha, or 2,5-dimethoxy-3,4-dimethylamphetamine, is a lesser-known psychedelic drug. It is also a substituted amphetamine. It was first synthesized by Alexander Shulgin. In his book PiHKAL , the dosage range is listed as 24–32 mg. Ganesha is sold in the form of dark red crystals

A gang is a group of people who, through the organization, formation, and establishment of an assemblage, share a common identity. In current usage it typically denotes a criminal organization or else a criminal affiliation. In early usage, the word gang referred to a group of workmen

Gang bang (disambiguation)
A gang bang is a situation where a person has sexual intercourse with many partners in turn.Gang bang may also refer to:*"Gang Bang", a song by Indochine on Alice & June*"Gang Bang", a song by Brand Nubian on Everything is Everything

Ganger were an alternative rock/post rock band from Glasgow, Scotland, with members who also played with Bis, Aereogramme, and Fukuyama.-History:

Ganges (BBC TV series)
Ganges is a nature documentary series for television on the natural history of the River Ganges in India and Bangladesh. As well as the variety of animals and habitats that are to be found along the river’s 2,510 km reach, the programmes also feature the cultures, traditions and religions of the very large human population that it supports

Ganges (whaler)
The Ganges was a whaleship from Nantucket, Massachusetts operating in the Pacific Ocean during the mid-nineteenth century. It was probably the vessel reported to have found Gardner Island in the Phoenix group

Gangland (disambiguation)
Gangland may refer to:* Gangland killing, a murder carried out by organized criminals* Gangland , a 2004 computer game from Mediamobsters * Gangland , since 2007 a documentary show on the History Channel

Gangland (TV series)
Gangland is a documentary television series that airs on The History Channel. It usually airs on Thursday evenings although it has been known to arbitrarily change days every so often. Gangland explores the history of some of America's more notorious gangs. It premiered on November 1, 2007 with a special episode about the Aryan Brotherhood

Ganglia (disambiguation)
The term ganglia may refer to:* Plural form of ganglion, a cluster of neurons* Ganglion cyst* Ganglia , a scalable distributed monitoring system for high-performance computing systemsGanglion may also refer to:

In anatomy, a ganglion is a biological tissue mass, most commonly a mass of nerve cell bodies. Cells found in a ganglion are called ganglion cells, though this term is also sometimes used to refer specifically to retinal ganglion cells.

Gangrene (album)
Gangrene is the third album by Mirrorthrone. The song, "So Frail", is featured in the video game, Brütal Legend.-Track listing:# Dismay - 11:34# No One By My Side - 10:26# The Fecal Rebellion - 15:03# Ganglion - 8:52

Gangsta Rap (album)
Gangsta Rap is the 8th album by hip hop artist Ice-T. Before its release, shopping for a deal, several record companies wanted to censor the album cover depicting Ice-T and his wife Nicole "Coco" Austin naked in bed.-Track listing:

Gangsta Rap (song)
"Gangsta Rap" is a song by American rapper Ill Bill, which was released as his first single. The song was recorded and mixed at No Mystery Studios in New York City, New York

A gangster is a criminal who is a member of a gang. Some gangs are considered to be part of organized crime. Gangsters are also called mobsters, a term derived from mob and the suffix -ster.

Gangster (novel)
Gangster is a novel by Lorenzo Carcaterra, published in 2001, narrating the life of Angelo Vestieri from the early 20th Century until his death, and his rise to power in the New York City underground.- Plot summary :

Gangway was a Danish band , sometimes classified as indie pop. Gangway consists of Allan Jensen lead singer, Henrik Balling on guitar, Torben Johansen on keyboards, and four different drummers, Jan Christensen , Gorm Ravn-Jonsen , Cai Bojsen-Møller , and Jeppe Moesgaard .Their first three albums tend towards Beatle-esque Gangway was a Danish band (now-defunct), sometimes classified as indie pop. Gangway consists of Allan Jensen lead singer, Henrik Balling on guitar, Torben Johansen on keyboards, and four different drummers, Jan Christensen (1982–84), Gorm Ravn-Jonsen (1984–89), Cai Bojsen-Møller (1991–94), and Jeppe Moesgaard (1996–98).Their first three albums tend towards Beatle-esque Gangway was a Danish band (now-defunct), sometimes classified as indie pop. Gangway consists of Allan Jensen lead singer, Henrik Balling on guitar, Torben Johansen on keyboards, and four different drummers, Jan Christensen (1982–84), Gorm Ravn-Jonsen (1984–89), Cai Bojsen-Møller (1991–94), and Jeppe Moesgaard (1996–98).Their first three albums tend towards Beatle-esque (and sometimes

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Gannets are seabirds comprising the genus Morus, in the family Sulidae, closely related to the boobies.The gannets are large black and white birds with yellow heads. They have long pointed wings and long bills. Northern gannets are the largest seabirds in the North Atlantic, with a wingspan of up to 2 metres

Gans (surname)
Gans is a Dutch and German noun meaning "goose".It is also a surname and may refer to:* Carl Gans , Jewish German-American herpetologist* Christophe Gans , French film director

Gansi is the second single from Edo Maajka's fourth studio album "Balkansko a naše".- About :Gansi, the name itself is a reference to the American rock group Guns N' Roses and, is an ironic way in remembering Zagreb in the early 90s around the immortal club "Jabuka". The time before and after the Croatian military operation "Oluja"

Gantry may refer to:*Gantry crane, a crane having a hoist fitted in a trolley for parallel movement*Gantry , the frame which encloses and services a rocket at its launch pad*Gantry , an overhead assembly on which highway signs are posted

Gantry (musical)
Gantry is a musical with a book by Peter Bellwood, lyrics by Fred Tobias, and music by Stanley Lebowsky.Based on the 1927 novel Elmer Gantry by Sinclair Lewis, it tells the story of a womanizing, self-righteous, self-proclaimed preacher who joins forces with a female evangelist to sell religion to small-town America.After 31 previews, the Broadway production, directed and

Ganymede most often refers to:*Ganymede , Trojan prince in Greek mythology* Ganymede , Jupiter's largest moon, named after the mythological characterGanymede, Ganymed or Ganymedes may also refer to:

Ganymede (band)
Ganymede is a noted American electropop band that has released four albums since May 2000: After the Fall," Euromantique," Space and Time,” and "Operation Ganymede," released in August 2008

Ganz (surname)
Ganz is a surname and may refer to:* Ábrahám Ganz, Swiss merchant and founder of the Ganz companies* Bruno Ganz, Swiss actor* David Ganz, British academic* David L

Ganz (toy company)
Ganz is a Canadian company best known for distributing plush animals and collectibles. More recently it is known as the manufacturer of Webkinz, the toy with an interactive virtual-reality Internet site

Gao (surname)
Gao is a Chinese family name. There are approximately 16 million living people with this surname. Some places, such as Taiwan, usually romanize this family name into Kao. In Hong Kong, it is romanized to Ko.

Gaon (Hebrew)
Gaon originally referred in Ancient Hebrew to arrogance and haughty pride . Later became known as pride in general: whether good or bad . Today it may refer to:

Gaon (village)
The Assamese word Gaon is used to define an area in Assam which is similar in meaning with the English word Village. Names of Assamese gaons usually ends with the following suffix term:

-General:* Gap , a spacing between large trees in a forest* Gap , a mountain pass, often carved by a river* Gap year, a prolonged period between a life stage-Places:* Gap, Hautes-Alpes, France* Gap, Pennsylvania, United States

Gapper may refer to:* Gapper , a surname that originated in the French aristocracy* Gapper , a DOS-based computer game* Gapper , an American Major League Baseball team mascot

Gaps (album)
Gaps is the debut album from Monster Bobby. The title is ironic in that there are no actual "gaps" between songs on the record. It was released on CD in America on August 7, 2007 by Hypnote Recording Concern, followed by a release in the UK a week later on August 13.-Track listing:#"fresh start" – 0:28#"the closest experience to that of being with you is the experience of taking

Gar (disambiguation)
Gar may refer to:* Gar, a North American freshwater fish of the family Lepisosteidae. It may also be used to describe certain other fish of similar shape, including:** Needlefish such as Belone belone** Pike characins such as Ctenolucius hujeta

Gara (disambiguation)
Gara can refer to:*Gara, a Basque-language newspaper*Gara, Srikakulam, a village in India*Gara, Hungary, a village in Hungary*Gara River, in New South Wales, Australia*Gara, a village administered by Milişăuţi town, Suceava County, Romania

Garage may refer to:Vehicles:*Automobile repair shop, where vehicles are serviced and repaired.*Parking and storage :**Parking garage, a building serving as a public parking facility.**Garage , a building or a residence for storing a car.

Garage (clothing)
Garage is a clothing store, primarily targeting the teenage girl demographic. Founded in 1975 as a subsidiary of Groupe Dynamite, Inc., Garage currently has locations in Canada, the United States and Dubai.-History:*1975 – Opening of the first Garage store.

Garage (film)
Garage is a 2007 Irish film directed by Lenny Abrahamson and written by Mark O'Halloran, the same team behind Adam and Paul. It stars Pat Shortt, Anne-Marie Duff and Conor J. Ryan

Garage sale
A garage sale, also known as a yard sale, rummage sale, tag sale, lawn sale, attic sale, moving sale, or junk sale, is an informal, irregularly scheduled event for the sale of used goods by private individuals, in which "block sales" are allowed, so that sellers are not required to obtain business licenses or collect sales tax.Typically the

Garage Sale
Garage Sale may refer to:* A garage sale* Garage Sale , an episode of That '70s Show* Garage Sale, a half episode of Rugrats. See List of Rugrats episodes* Kesey's Garage Sale

Garbage may refer to:*Waste, an unwanted or undesired material or substance*Garbage , unreferenced data in a computer's memory*Garbage , a rock musical ensemble**Garbage , the band's debut album

Garbage collection
Garbage collection may refer to:* Garbage collection , the detection and pruning of unused or inaccessible data structures* Garbage collection , the reading and rewriting of data on an SSD to clear space for new writes

Garbage collector
Garbage collector may refer to:* Waste collector, a person employed to collect waste* A waste collection vehicle* A waste picker, or a dumpster diver* Garbage collection , the detection and pruning of unused or inaccessible data structures

Garble is a blogging system based on the Jasper web programming framework. It also supports Facebook integration via the About Face theme.- External links :* * for the word garble, see wikt:garble

-People:* Greta Garbo , Swedish actress* Gunnar Garbo , Norwegian journalist, politician and former Ambassador to Tanzania* Ingvald Garbo , member of the Norwegian Resistance in World War II

A garce is an obsolete unit of measurement.In India, a garce was a unit of dry volume approximately equal to 5,244 litres . In Sri Lanka, it was approximately 5,084.8 litres .

Garda (security company)
Garda World Security Corporation is a Canadian private security firm, based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, with 45,000 employees . Established in 1972, the company is the fifth largest consulting and security services firm in the world, with operations in North America, Europe and the Middle East

Garde may refer to:places:*Garde, Spain, town and municipality in Navarre, Spain*Garde, Tibet, village in Tibet*Garde, Shetland*Gârde, a village in Bistra Commune, Alba County, Romania*Gärde, an area in the north of Offerdal, Jämtland, Swedenpersons:

A garden is a planned space, usually outdoors, set aside for the display, cultivation, and enjoyment of plants and other forms of nature. The garden can incorporate both natural and man-made materials. The most common form today is known as a residential garden, but the term garden has traditionally been a more general one

Garden (album)
The Garden is an album by Silver Apples, recorded in 1969 but not released until 1998.-Track listing:#"I Don't Care What The People Say"#"Tabouli Noodle"#"Walkin"#"Cannonball Noodle"#"John Hardy"#"Cockroach Noodle"#"The Owl"#"Swamp Noodle"

Garden cress
Garden cress is a fast-growing, edible herb that is botanically related to watercress and mustard, sharing their peppery, tangy flavor and aroma

Gardena may refer to one of the following*Gardena, California, a city*Gardena, North Dakota, a city*Val Gardena, a valley in the Dolomites of northern Italy, best known as a skiing area.*Gardena Pass, a high mountain pass in South Tyrol, Italy.

Gardenia (disambiguation)
Gardenia is a genus of about 250 species of flowering plantsGardenia may also refer to:- Song titles :* "Gardenia" - a Malice Mizer song

Louis Antoine de Bougainville
Louis-Antoine, Comte de Bougainville was a French admiral and explorer. A contemporary of James Cook, he took part in the French and Indian War and the unsuccessful French attempt to defend Canada from Britain

Louis Armstrong
Louis Armstrong , nicknamed Satchmo or Pops, was an American jazz trumpeter and singer from New Orleans, Louisiana.

Louis Bonaparte
Louis Napoléon Bonaparte, Prince Français, Comte de Saint-Leu , King of Holland , was the fifth surviving child and the fourth surviving son of Carlo Buonaparte and Letizia Ramolino

Louis Braille
Louis Braille was the inventor of braille, a system of reading and writing used by people who are blind or visually impaired

Louis Comfort Tiffany
Louis Comfort Tiffany was an American artist and designer who worked in the decorative arts and is best known for his work in stained glass. He is the American artist most associated with the Art Nouveau  and Aesthetic movements

Louis Daguerre
Louis-Jacques-Mandé Daguerre was a French artist and physicist, recognized for his invention of the daguerreotype process of photography.- Biography :

Louis Glackens
Louis M. Glackens American illustrator, animator and cartoonist, was the brother of Ashcan School painter and illustrator William Glackens.Louis M. Glackens was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Louis II, Holy Roman Emperor
Louis II the Younger was the King of Italy and Roman Emperor from 844, co-ruling with his father Lothair I until 855, after which he ruled alone. Louis's usual title was imperator augustus , but he used imperator Romanorum after his conquest of Bari in 871, which led to poor relations with Byzantium

Louis Jordan
Louis Thomas Jordan was a pioneering American jazz, blues and rhythm & blues musician, songwriter and bandleader who enjoyed his greatest popularity from the late 1930s to the early 1950s. Known as "The King of the Jukebox", Jordan was highly popular with both black and white audiences in the later years of the swing era

Louis Kaufman
Louis Kaufman was an American violinist and possibly the most recorded musical artist of the 20th century. He played the soundtrack on as many as 500 movies and over 100 musical recordings

Louis Majorelle
Louis-Jean-Sylvestre Majorelle, usually known simply as Louis Majorelle, was a French decorator and furniture designer who manufactured his own designs, in the French tradition of the ébéniste

Louis Mandylor
Louis Mandylor is an Australian film and television actor.-Life and career:Mandylor was born in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, the son of Greek immigrants Louise and Yannis Theodosopoulos, a taxi driver

Louis Marx and Company
Louis Marx and Company was an American toy manufacturer from 1919 to 1978. Its boxes were often imprinted with the slogan, "One of the many Marx toys, have you all of them?"-Logo and Offerings:

Louis Maurice Adolphe Linant de Bellefonds
Louis Maurice Adolphe Linant de Bellefonds better known as Linant Pasha was an explorer of Egypt and, as the chief engineer of Egypt's public works, 1831–1869, the chief engineer of the Suez Canal.- Life and work :Having taken advantage of a sound education that emphasized mathematics, drawing and painting, then

Louis Pasteur
Louis Pasteur was a French chemist and microbiologist born in Dole. He is remembered for his remarkable breakthroughs in the causes and preventions of diseases. His discoveries reduced mortality from puerperal fever, and he created the first vaccine for rabies and anthrax. His experiments supported the germ theory of disease

Louis Riel
Louis David Riel was a Canadian politician, a founder of the province of Manitoba, and a political and spiritual leader of the Métis people of the Canadian prairies. He led two resistance movements against the Canadian government and its first post-Confederation Prime Minister, Sir John A. Macdonald

Louis Sachar
Louis Sachar is an American author of children's books who is best known for the Sideways Stories From Wayside School book series and the 1998 novel Holes, for which Sachar won a National Book Award and the Newbery Medal

Louis Thomas McFadden
Louis Thomas McFadden was a Republican member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania.-Early life:

Louis Vuitton
Louis Vuitton Malletier – commonly referred to as Louis Vuitton , or shortened to LV – is a French fashion house founded in 1854 by Louis Vuitton. The label is well known for its LV monogram, which is featured on most products, ranging from luxury trunks and leather goods to ready-to-wear, shoes, watches, jewellery, accessories, sunglasses, and books

Louis Walsh
Louis Walsh is an Irish music manager and judge on the British television talent show The X Factor.-Band manager:

Louis XIV of France
Louis XIV , known as Louis the Great or the Sun King , was a Bourbon monarch who ruled as King of France and Navarre. His reign, from 1643 to his death in 1715, began at the age of four and lasted seventy-two years, three months, and eighteen days

Louis XVI of France
Louis XVI was a Bourbon monarch who ruled as King of France and Navarre until 1791, and then as King of the French from 1791 to 1792, before being executed in 1793.

Louis XVII of France
Louis XVII , from birth to 1789 known as Louis-Charles, Duke of Normandy; then from 1789 to 1791 as Louis-Charles, Dauphin of France; and from 1791 to 1793 as Louis-Charles, Prince Royal of France, was the son of King Louis XVI of France and Queen Marie Antoinette

Louis Zamperini
Louis Silvie Zamperini is a World War II prisoner of war survivor, inspirational speaker, and former American Olympic distance runner.-Early life:

Louis, 7th duc de Broglie
Louis-Victor-Pierre-Raymond, 7th duc de Broglie, FRS was a French physicist and a Nobel laureate in the year 1929. He was the sixteenth member elected to occupy seat 1 of the Académie française in 1944, and served as Perpetual Secretary of the Académie des sciences, France.-Biography :Louis de Broglie was born to a noble family in Dieppe, Seine-Maritime, younger son of Victor, 5th duc

Louis-Joseph de Montcalm
Louis-Joseph de Montcalm-Gozon, Marquis de Saint-Veran was a French soldier best known as the commander of the forces in North America during the Seven Years' War .Montcalm was born near Nîmes in France to a noble family, and entered military service

Louisa May Alcott
Louisa May Alcott was an American novelist. She is best known for the novel Little Women and its sequels Little Men and Jo's Boys. Little Women was set in the Alcott family home, Orchard House in Concord, Massachusetts, and published in 1868

Louisa, Kentucky
Louisa is a city in Lawrence County, Kentucky, United States. The population was 2,018 at the 2000 census. It is the county seat of Lawrence County. The Levisa Fork River and Tug Fork River join at Louisa to form the Big Sandy River

Louise Arbour
Louise Arbour, is the former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, a former justice of the Supreme Court of Canada and the Court of Appeal for Ontario and a former Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda

Louise de Marillac
Saint Louise de Marillac was the co-founder, with St. Vincent de Paul, of the Daughters of Charity. She is venerated as a saint by the Roman Catholic Church.-Early life:

Louise Hay
Louise Hay is an American motivational author, and the founder of Hay House, a publishing company. She has authored several New Thought self-help books, and is best known for her 1984 book, You Can Heal Your Life.-Biography:

Louise Mandrell
Thelma Louise Mandrell, also known as Louise Mandrell, was born July 13, 1954 and is an American country music singer. She is the younger sister of country singer Barbara Mandrell, and older sister of actress Irlene Mandrell. Louise had a successful singing career in country music with a string of hits during the 1980s.-Early life:Mandrell was born in Corpus Christi, Texas

Louise of Orléans
Louise of Orléans was born a Princess of Orléans and was Queen consort of the Belgians as the wife of King Leopold I

Louise Peete
Lofie Louise Preslar was a convicted American serial killer

Louisiana is a state located in the southern region of the United States of America. Its capital is Baton Rouge and largest city is New Orleans. Louisiana is the only state in the U.S. with political subdivisions termed parishes, which are local governments equivalent to counties

Louisiana Creole people
Louisiana Creole people refers to those who are descended from the colonial settlers in Louisiana, especially those of French and Spanish descent. The term was first used during colonial times by the settlers to refer to those who were born in the colony, as opposed to those born in the Old World

Louisiana Highway 1
Louisiana Highway 1 is a state highway in Louisiana. At 436.20 miles , it is the longest numbered highway of any class in Louisiana. It runs diagonally across the state, connecting the oil and gas fields near the island of Grand Isle with the northwest corner of the state, north of Shreveport.The part south of U.S

Louisiana Highway 34
Louisiana Highway 34 is a state highway in Louisiana that spans . It serves Grant Parish, Winn Parish, Jackson Parish, and Ouachita Parish.-Route description:

Louisiana Purchase
The Louisiana Purchase was the acquisition by the United States of America of of France's claim to the territory of Louisiana in 1803. The U.S

Louisiana Purchase Exposition
The Louisiana Purchase Exposition, informally known as the Saint Louis World's Fair, was an international exposition held in St. Louis, Missouri, United States in 1904.- Background :

Louisiana State Police
The Louisiana State Police is the state police department of Louisiana, which has jurisdiction anywhere in the state, headquartered in Baton Rouge. It was created to protect the lives, property and constitutional rights of people in Louisiana. It falls under the authority of the Louisiana Department of Public Safety & Corrections

Louisiana State University
Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College, most often referred to as Louisiana State University, or LSU, is a public coeducational university located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The University was founded in 1853 in what is now known as Pineville, Louisiana, under the name Louisiana State Seminary of Learning & Military Academy

Louisiana Territory
The Territory of Louisiana or Louisiana Territory was an organized incorporated territory of the United States that existed from July 4, 1805 until June 4, 1812, when it was renamed to Missouri Territory

Louisiana Voodoo
Louisiana Voodoo, also known as New Orleans Voodoo, describes a set of underground religious practices which originated from the traditions of the African diaspora. It is a cultural form of the Afro-American religions which developed within the French, Spanish, and Creole speaking African American population of the U.S. state of Louisiana

Louisville and Nashville Railroad
The Louisville and Nashville Railroad was a Class I railroad that operated freight and passenger services in the southeast United States.Chartered by the state of Kentucky in 1850, the L&N, as it was generally known, grew into one of the great success stories of American business

Louisville Bats
The Louisville Bats, which play in Louisville, Kentucky, are the AAA minor league baseball affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds. The team, formerly known as the Louisville RiverBats, plays in the International League

Louisville Cardinals
The Louisville Cardinals are the athletic teams representing the University of Louisville. A member of the Big East Conference since 2005, they are known nationally as traditional powers in men's basketball, women's volleyball, and dance team

Louisville, Kentucky
Louisville is the largest city in the U.S. state of Kentucky, and the county seat of Jefferson County. Since 2003, the city's borders have been coterminous with those of the county because of a city-county merger. The city's population at the 2010 census was 741,096

Lourdes is a commune in the Hautes-Pyrénées department in the Midi-Pyrénées region in south-western France.Lourdes is a small market town lying in the foothills of the Pyrenees, famous for the Marian apparitions of Our Lady of Lourdes occurred in 1858 to Bernadette Soubirous

Lourdes apparitions
The Marian Apparitions at Lourdes were reported in 1858 by Saint Bernadette Soubirous, a 14-year-old miller's daughter from the town of Lourdes in southern France. From February 11 to July 16, 1858, she reported 18 apparitions of "a Lady"

The Musée du Louvre – in English, the Louvre Museum or simply the Louvre – is one of the world's largest museums, the most visited art museum in the world and a historic monument. A central landmark of Paris, it is located on the Right Bank of the Seine in the 1st arrondissement

Louvre Pyramid
The Louvre Pyramid is a large glass and metal pyramid, surrounded by three smaller pyramids, in the main courtyard of the Louvre Palace in Paris. The large pyramid serves as the main entrance to the Louvre Museum

Love is an emotion of strong affection and personal attachment. In philosophical context, love is a virtue representing all of human kindness, compassion, and affection. Love is central to many religions, as in the Christian phrase, "God is love" or Agape in the Canonical gospels

Love Canal
Love Canal was a neighborhood in Niagara Falls, New York, located in the white collar LaSalle section of the city. It officially covers 36 square blocks in the far southeastern corner of the city, along 99th Street and Read Avenue

Love Hangover
"Love Hangover" was the fourth number one single for Motown singer Diana Ross. It was released in March 1976, and rose to number one on the Billboard Hot 100, Hot Soul Singles and Hot Dance Club Play charts simultaneously.

Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing (film)
Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing is a 1955 American drama-romance film. Set in 1949-50 Hong Kong, it tells the story of a married, but separated, American reporter , who falls in love with a Eurasian doctor originally from China , only to encounter prejudice from her family and from Hong Kong society.The movie was adapted by John

Love Me, Love Me Not
Love Me, Love Me Not is a romance drama about two angels who must fulfill a mission to make certain people fall in love. It stars Jacelyn Tay, Xie Shaoguang, Li Lin, Chen Hanwei and Zhou Chongqing.-Plot:

Love of Life
Love of Life is an American soap opera which aired on CBS Daytime from September 24, 1951 to February 1, 1980. It was created by Roy Winsor, whose previous creation Search for Tomorrow had premiered three weeks before Love of Life, and who would go on to create The Secret Storm two and a half years later.-Production:Love of Life originally came from "Liederkranz

Love Songs (Elton John album)
Love Songs is a compilation album by British singer-songwriter Elton John. The album was first released on 6 November 1995 on the Rocket Records label, in conjunction with Mercury Records. The album was released in North America by MCA Records almost a year after the European release, on 24 September 1996. In the U.S. it was certified Gold on 12/1/1996

Love Spell
This article is about a television show and not about the topic.Love Spell is a fantasy and romance-based program airing on ABS-CBN that tells a different love story each season with a new couple

A Lovebird is one of nine species of the genus Agapornis . They are a social and affectionate small parrot. Eight species are native to the African continent, while the Grey-headed Lovebird is native to Madagascar

Lovely Fairy-wren
The Lovely Fairywren is a species of bird in the Maluridae family. It is endemic to Australia. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical dry forests and subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests.

-Places:* Loving, New Mexico, a village located in Eddy County, New Mexico.* Loving County, Texas, the least populous county in the U.S.-Things:* Love, a range of human emotions* Loving , a 1945 novel by Henry Green.

Low density polyethylene
Low-density polyethylene is a thermoplastic made from petroleum. It was the first grade of polyethylene, produced in 1933 by Imperial Chemical Industries using a high pressure process via free radical polymerization. Its manufacture employs the same method today. LDPE is commonly recycled and has the number "4" as its recycling symbol

Low molecular weight heparin
In medicine, low-molecular-weight heparin is a class of medication used as an anticoagulant in diseases that feature thrombosis, as well as for prophylaxis in situations that lead to a high risk of thrombosis.

Low Pin Count
The Low Pin Count bus, or LPC bus, is used on IBM-compatible personal computers to connect low-bandwidth devices to the CPU, such as the boot ROM and the "legacy" I/O devices . The "legacy" I/O devices usually include serial and parallel ports, PS/2 keyboard, PS/2 mouse, floppy disk controller and—more recently—the Trusted Platform Module

Low-floor bus
A low-floor bus is a bus that has no steps between one or more entrances and part or all of the passenger cabin. Being low floor improves the accessibility of the bus for the public, particularly the elderly or infirm, or those with push chairs, and increasingly, those in wheelchairs.In the modern context, "low floor bus" refers to a bus that is accessible from a certain minimum

Low-noise block converter
A low-noise block downconverter is the receiving device of a parabolic satellite dish antenna of the type commonly used for satellite TV reception

Low-pass filter
A low-pass filter is an electronic filter that passes low-frequency signals but attenuates signals with frequencies higher than the cutoff frequency. The actual amount of attenuation for each frequency varies from filter to filter. It is sometimes called a high-cut filter, or treble cut filter when used in audio applications

Low-rise jeans
Low-rise jeans, worn by both men and women, are jeans intended to sit low on, or below, the hips. They are also called lowcut jeans, hipsters, hip-huggers and lowriders. Usually they sit at least 8 centimetres lower than the belly button