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Gavi
Gavi may refer to:* Gavi , a small Italian island in the Mediterranean Sea* Gavi , a town in the province of Alessandria, in Piedmont, northwestern Italy

Gaviiformes
Gaviiformes is an order of aquatic birds containing the loons or divers and their closest extinct relatives. Modern gaviiformes are found in many parts of North America and northern Eurasia , though prehistoric species were more widespread.-Classification and evolution:There are five living species, and all are placed in the genus Gavia

Gavin
Gavin is a male given name. It is the late medieval form of the name Gawain, which in turn is believed to have originated from the Welsh name Gwalchgwn, meaning "White Hawk." Sir Gawain and the Green Knight is an epic poem connected with King Arthur's Round Table.Gavin also shares an origin with the Italian name Gavino, which dates back to ancient Latin

Gay
Gay is a word that refers to a homosexual person, especially a homosexual male. For homosexual women the specific term is "lesbian".

Gay
Gay is a word that refers to a homosexual person, especially a homosexual male. For homosexual women the specific term is "lesbian".

Gay (surname)
Gay is a surname, and may refer to:*Bram Gay Trumpet player and brass band enthusiast*Brian Gay, American golfer*Cesc Gay movie director*Claude Gay, French botanist

Gay Blade
Gay Blade may refer to:*Zorro, The Gay Blade, a comedy film from 1981* The Washington Blade, an LGBT newspaper published in Washington, DC* The Gay Blades, an indie rock band from New Jersey* The Gaye Blades, a Black Lips side-project.

Gay Bob
Gay Bob is a doll created in 1977. It was billed as the world's first openly gay doll. Bob was created by former advertising executive Harvey Rosenberg and marketed through his company, Gizmo Development. Gay Bob was bestowed an Esquire magazine "Dubious Achievement Award" for 1978.Bob stands 13 inches tall and came wearing a flannel shirt, tight jeans and cowboy boots

Gay icon
A gay icon is a public figure who is embraced by many within :lesbian, :gay, :bisexual and :transgender communities

Gay pride
LGBT pride or gay pride is the concept that lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people should be proud of their sexual orientation and gender identity

Gaya (Lok Sabha constituency)
Gaya Lok Sabha constituency is one of the 40 Lok Sabha constituencies in Bihar state in eastern India.-Assembly segments:Presently, Gaya Lok Sabha constituency comprises the following six Vidhan Sabha segments:

Gaydar (disambiguation)
Gaydar may refer to one of the following:* Gaydar — a portmanteau of gay and radar referring to an ability to identify gay people, which also provides the name for:** Gaydar — a gay dating website; and

Gaydar (film)
Gaydar is a 2002 short comedy film written and produced by Terry Ray and Larry Lafond.Starring Terry Ray as Randy who has a crush on a fellow office worker, Jack, played by Bryan Dattilo from Days of our Lives. Randy’s friend from the next booth over, Frankalina, played by Jennifer Echols, also has a big crush on Jack, but doesn't know whether he’s gay or straight

Gaylord (automobile)
The Gaylord was an automobile manufactured in Gaylord, Michigan by the Gaylord Motor Car Company from 1911-12. The vehicles were built in many different styles, from a convertible four-seater private car, to a utility vehicle with rear space for package or goods

Gaz (candy)
Gaz is the traditional name of Persian nougat originating from the city of Esfahan, located in the central plateau of Iran.The name gaz is associated with gaz-angebin which translates to "sap of angebin"; a desert plant member of the Tamarisk family and native to the Zagros mountain range located to the west of the city.The sweet, milky sap of the angebin plant is associated

Gaza
Gaza , also referred to as Gaza City, is a Palestinian city in the Gaza Strip, with a population of about 450,000, making it the largest city in the Palestinian territories.Inhabited since at least the 15th century BC,

Gaza (comics)
Gaza is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe.-Publication history:Gaza first appeared in Uncanny X-Men vol. 1 #62-63 , and was created by Roy Thomas and Neal Adams.

Gaze (disambiguation)
Gaze can refer to:* Gaze, a concept in visual culture dealing with how an audience views characters* Gaze , an annual LGBT event in Dublin, Ireland* Gaze , by The Beautiful South

Gaze (physiology)
The term gaze is frequently used in physiology to describe coordinated motion of the eyes and neck. The lateral gaze is controlled by the paramedian pontine reticular formation

GAZelle
The GAZelle is a series of mid-sized trucks, vans and buses made by Russian car manufacturer GAZ. GAZelles are similar to the later launched GAZ-2215/GAZ-2752 Sobol and GAZ-3310 Valdai line of vans and light trucks

Gazelle
A gazelle is any of many antelope species in the genus Gazella, or formerly considered to belong to it. Six species are included in two genera, Eudorcas and Nanger, which were formerly considered subgenera

Gazelle (sidewheeler 1854)
Gazelle was an early sidewheeler on the Willamette River in what is now the U.S. state of Oregon. She did not operate long, suffering a catastrophic boiler explosion less than a month after her trial voyage.-Design and construction:

Gazeta (newspaper)
Gazeta was a tabloid daily newspaper published in Belgrade, Serbia.Launched on October 22, 2007, it is edited by Antonije Kovacevic who previously worked at the same position at rival Kurir daily tabloid.

Gazetteer
A gazetteer is a geographical dictionary or directory, an important reference for information about places and place names , used in conjunction with a map or a full atlas. It typically contains information concerning the geographical makeup of a country, region, or continent as well as the social statistics and physical features, such as mountains, waterways, or roads

Gazole
Gazole is an administrative division in Malda Sadar subdivision of Malda district in the Indian state of West Bengal. Gazole police station serves this block. Headquarters of this block is at Gazole. There is a Bangla Band named "NH34" in Gazole

Gazpacho
Gazpacho is a cold Spanish/Portuguese tomato-based raw vegetable soup, originating in the southern region of Andalucía. Gazpacho is widely consumed throughout Spain, neighboring Portugal and parts of Latin America

Gazpacho (band)
Gazpacho are an Art rock band from Oslo, Norway.The original core band of Jan-Henrik Ohme , Jon-Arne Vilbo and Thomas Andersen started making music together in 1996 and the band has since expanded with Mikael Krømer , Lars Erik Asp and Kristian Torp .Gazpacho's music has been described by one critic

Gazza (artist)
Lazaruz Karandu Shiimi known by his stage name as Gazza, is a Namibian kwaito musician from Oshakati. As a soccer lover, he nicknamed himself Gazza after famous English soccer player Paul Gascoigne. He is one of the most commercially successful recording artists in Namibia

GB
- Geography :* Gabon , a country in West Africa* Great Britain, an island in Europe* Guinea Bissau , a country in West Africa* Green Bay, Wisconsin, a city in Wisconsin, USA

GC
- Education organizations :* Gordon College , an institution of higher education in Pakistan* Gordon College , an institution of higher education in Wenham, Massachusetts* Government College

GC (gene)
Vitamin D-binding protein also known as gc-globulin is a protein that in humans is encoded by the GC gene.- Function :

GD
-Computing:* GD Graphics Library for dynamically manipulating images* GD-ROM, storage media for the Sega Dreamcast* .gd, the country code top-level domain for Grenada-Science and medicine:* Gadolinium , a chemical element

Gdansk
Gdańsk is a Polish city on the Baltic coast, at the centre of the country's fourth-largest metropolitan area.The city lies on the southern edge of Gdańsk Bay , in a conurbation with the city of Gdynia, spa town of Sopot, and suburban communities, which together form a metropolitan area called the Tricity , with a population of over 800,000

GDE
GDE may refer to :* Gungahlin Drive Extension, a major road project in Canberra, Australia* IATA code for Gode Airport in Ethiopia* GNOME Desktop Environment* The Global Design Effort to design the International Linear Collider.gde may refer to :

Ge (disambiguation)
-Countries and regions:* Canton of Geneva, a western canton of Switzerland* Equatorial Guinea, abbreviation in French and Spanish* Georgia , ISO country code** .ge, the Internet country code top-level domain for Georgia

GEA (disambiguation)
GEA or Gea may refer to:Places* Ge'a, a moshav in southern Israel* Gea de Albarracín, a town in the province of Teruel, SpainCompanies* Gustaf Ericssons Automobilfabrik, former automobile manufacturer* GEA Group, a German engineering firm

Gearhead (disambiguation)
Gearhead may refer to:* A Gear-head is an automobile enthusiast, usually with mechanic abilities.* Gearhead, the name of a DC Comics supervillain

Gears (software)
Gears, formerly Google Gears, is software offered by Google that "enables more powerful web applications, by adding new features to your web browser. It allows some online files to be used offline"

Geauga Lake's Wildwater Kingdom
Wildwater Kingdom is a waterpark located in Aurora, Ohio, United States, originally founded in 1888 as Geauga Lake.Geauga Lake had operated primarily as an amusement park

Gee
Gee may refer to:In fiction:*Al Giardello , a fictional character on the television drama Homicide: Life on the StreetIn record labels:*Gee Records*Gee Street RecordsIn music:

Gee (song)
"Gee", released in June 1953 by The Crows, is a song which has been credited as the first Rock n’ Roll hit by a rock and roll group. It is a doo-wop song, written by William Davis and Viola Watkins, and recorded by The Crows on the independent label, Rama Records, in New York City in February 1953. It charted in April 1954, one year later

Gee (surname)
Gee is a surname, and may refer to:* Adam Gee , English television and interactive media producer/commissioner* Alonzo Gee American Professional Basketball Player

Geek
The word geek is a slang term, with different meanings ranging from "a computer expert or enthusiast" to "a carnival performer who performs sensationally morbid or disgusting acts", with a general pejorative meaning of "a peculiar or otherwise dislikable person, esp[ecially] one who is perceived to be overly intellectual".This word comes from English dialect geek, geck: fool,

Geet
Geet may refer to: * Hindi word for song.* Geet , a Bollywood film directed by Ramanand Sagar* Geet , a Bollywood film directed by Parto Ghosh

Geezer
Geezer is a term for a man. It can carry either the connotation of age and eccentricity or, in the UK, that of self-education such as craftiness or stylishness.Geezer may also refer to:* Geezer Butler, the founding bassist for Black Sabbath

Gefilte fish
Gefilte fish is a poached fish mince stuffed into the fish skin.More common since the Second World War are the Polish patties similar to quenelles or fish balls made from a mixture of ground deboned fish, mostly carp or pike

Gehenna (band)
-Biography:Gehenna was formed in January, 1993 by original members Sanrabb, Dolgar, and Sir Vereda. Their first demo, entitled Black Seared Heart, was recorded between the 3rd and 7 June 1993 in Soundsuite Studios, and was released as a cassette

Gehenna (VTES)
Gehenna is the seventh expansion of White Wolf, Inc.'s trading card game Vampire: The Eternal Struggle released on February 17, 2004. The expansion's theme is Gehenna, the vampires' prophesied Armageddon. White Wolf also published in 2004 a series of books named Time of Judgement for its fictional game world World of Darkness

Geisel
Geisel is a surname, and may refer to:* Theodor Seuss Geisel , otherwise known as Dr. Seuss, a popular children's author.* Ernesto Geisel , a Brazilian military general and politician.

Geisha
, Geiko or Geigi are traditional, female Japanese entertainers whose skills include performing various Japanese arts such as classical music and dance.-Terms:

Geist (comics)
Geist is a fictional character in the DC Comics universe. He was created by Chuck Dixon and Jim Balent.-Fictional character biography:First appearing in Detective Comics Annual #6 , Dwayne Geyer is given superpowers during the Bloodlines crossover. After being bitten by the alien Pritor, Geist is able to become invisible

Geist (Marvel Comics)
Geist was a supervillain first appearing in Wolverine #17. He was a cyborg, but had no superpowers. He was encased in a metal shell simply to survive, because he was so old.-Fictional character biography:

Geisteswissenschaft
Geisteswissenschaft is a traditional division of faculty in German universities that included subjects such as Philosophy, History, Philology, social sciences, sometimes even Theology, and Jurisprudence

Gekko (disambiguation)
Gekko may refer to:*Gekko, a genus of reptiles*A variant of the Japanese Nakajima J1N fighter of WWII*Gekko Records*Gekko, a type of mechanized weapon in the Metal Gear game universe.*Gekko , the CPU of the Nintendo Gamecube

Gekko (microprocessor)
Gekko is a 32-bit PowerPC microprocessor custom made by IBM in 2000 for Nintendo to use as the CPU in their sixth generation game console, the Nintendo GameCube.-Development:

Gel
A gel is a solid, jelly-like material that can have properties ranging from soft and weak to hard and tough. Gels are defined as a substantially dilute cross-linked system, which exhibits no flow when in the steady-state

GEL
The abbreviation GEL may refer to:* GEL: General Extension Language, scripts used to configure the Code Composer Studio, an IDE for Texas Instruments DSPs and GPPs.* GEL: Georgian lari, an ISO 4217 code.See also gel .

Gel (disambiguation)
A gel is a complex solid but fluid substance with liquid-like properties.Gel may also refer to:In personal care* Hair gel, a gel used for setting hair styles* Shower gel, a cosmetic body wash* Personal lubricant used for sex purpose

Gelati
Gelati may refer to:* Gelati Monastery, a medieval monastery in Georgia* Gelato, an Italian ice cream* A layered parfait of water ice and frozen custard, popular in the Philadelphia metropolitan region

Gelb (album)
Gelb is the fifth and final studio album from futurepop/EBM project Neuroticfish.-Track listing:#"Loading" - 1:40#"Why Don't You Hate Me?" - 6:45#"The Bomb" - 5:55#"I Don't Need The City" - 4:39#"I Never Chose You" - 6:11#"Waving Hands" - 5:03

Gelb (surname)
Gelb is a German surname, and may refer to:* Bruce Gelb, an American businessman and diplomat* Howe Gelb, an American musician* Ignace Gelb* Leslie Gelb* Michael H. Gelb* Michael J. Gelb* Peter Gelb

Geld
Geld may refer to:* Money, in Dutch or German languages* Danegeld, or any Anglo-Saxon or Norman land tax often based on hides* Weregeld* Gelt, Yiddish for money* Gelding, castrated animal-See also:* Gold * Gel

Lutheran Book of Worship
Lutheran Book of Worship is a worship book and hymnal used by several Lutheran denominations in North America. It is often referred to by its initials as the LBW, and in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America the LBW is sometimes called the "green book" as opposed to With One Voice, a blue-covered supplement, or the previous "Service Book and Hymnal," bound in red or the

Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod
The Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod is a traditional, confessional Lutheran denomination in the United States. With 2.3 million members, it is both the eighth largest Protestant denomination and the second-largest Lutheran body in the U.S. after the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. The Synod was founded at Chicago, Illinois, in 1847 by German-American immigrants

Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg
The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg is America's oldest Lutheran seminary and a site of 1863 Battle of Gettysburg military engagements.-History:

Luton
Luton is a large town and unitary authority of Bedfordshire, England, 30 miles north of London. Luton and its near neighbours, Dunstable and Houghton Regis, form the Luton/Dunstable Urban Area with a population of about 250,000.

Lutung
The lutungs are a group of Old World monkeys and make up the entirety of the genus Trachypithecus. Their range is split into two parts; one part is much of southeast Asia , the other part is extreme southern India and Sri Lanka. The greater part of India has lutungs

Lux Radio Theater
Lux Radio Theater, a long-run classic radio anthology series, was broadcast on the NBC Blue Network ; CBS and NBC . Initially, the series adapted Broadway plays during its first two seasons before it began adapting films. These hour-long radio programs were performed live before studio audiences

Luxembourgish language
Luxembourgish is a High German language spoken mainly in Luxembourg. About 320,000 people worldwide speak Luxembourgish.-Language family:

Luxottica
Luxottica Group S.p.A. is the world's largest eyewear company. Its best known brands include Ray-Ban, Persol and Oakley, Inc.. It also makes sunglasses and prescription frames for a multitude of designer brands such as Chanel and Prada, whose designs and trademarks are used under license

Luxury real estate
Luxury real estate is the real estate market niche targeted at the highest socio-economic group of consumers. -Definition:The characteristics that define luxury real estate differ among countries

Luz Magsaysay
Luz Banzon-Magsaysay was the wife of Philippine President Ramon Magsaysay and was the seventh First Lady of the Philippines.The Magsaysays had three children: Teresita Magsaysay , Milagros "Mila" Banzon Magsaysay and Ramon "Jun" Banzon Magsaysay, Jr. Luz Banzon-Magsaysay (1915–2004) was the wife of Philippine President Ramon Magsaysay and was the seventh First Lady of the Philippines.The Magsaysays had three children: Teresita Magsaysay (b. 1934), Milagros "Mila" Banzon Magsaysay (b. 1936) and Ramon "Jun" Banzon Magsaysay, Jr. Luz Banzon-Magsaysay (1915–2004) was the wife of Philippine President Ramon Magsaysay and was the seventh First Lady of the Philippines.The Magsaysays had three children: Teresita Magsaysay (b. 1934), Milagros "Mila" Banzon Magsaysay (b. 1936) and Ramon "Jun" Banzon Magsaysay, Jr. (b

Lviv Polytechnic
Lviv Polytechnic National University is the largest scientific university in Lviv. Since its foundation in 1844, it was one of the most important centres of science and technological development in Central Europe. In the interbellum period, the Polytechnic was one of the most important technical colleges in Poland, together with the Warsaw Polytechnic

Lyantonde District
Lyantonde District is a district in southern Central Uganda. It is named after the 'chief town' of the district, Lyantonde, where the district headquarters are located.-Location:

Lycée Français Charles de Gaulle
The Lycée Français Charles de Gaulle is a large French primary and secondary school situated in South Kensington, Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, London

Lyceum
The lyceum is a category of educational institution defined within the education system of many countries, mainly in Europe. The definition varies between countries; usually it is a type of secondary school.-History:

Lyceum of the Philippines University
The Lyceum of the Philippines University is an institute of higher education located in Intramuros in the City of Manila. It was founded in 1952 by Dr. José P. Laurel, who became the third and one of the most acclaimed presidents of the Philippines

Lychee
The lychee is the sole member of the genus Litchi in the soapberry family, Sapindaceae. It is a tropical and subtropical fruit tree native to Southern China and Southeast Asia, and now cultivated in many parts of the world

Lyco of Troas
Lyco of Troas, son of Astyanax, was a Peripatetic philosopher and the disciple of Strato, whom he succeeded as the head of the Peripatetic school, c. 269 BC; and he held that post for more than forty-four years.-Life:

Lycoming County, Pennsylvania
-Appalachian Mountains and Allegheny Plateau:Lycoming County is divided between the Appalachian Mountains in the south, the dissected Allegheny Plateau in the north and east, and the valley of the West Branch Susquehanna River between these.-West Branch Susquehanna River:The West Branch of the Susquehanna enters Lycoming County from Clinton County just west

Lycoming O-235
The Lycoming O-235 is a family of four-cylinder, air-cooled, horizontally opposed piston aircraft engines that produce , derived from the earlier O-233 engine.

Lycoming O-320
The Lycoming O-320 is a large family of 92 different normally aspirated, air-cooled, four-cylinder, direct-drive engines commonly used on light aircraft such as the Cessna 172 and Piper Cherokee. Different variants are rated for 150 or 160 horsepower

Lydd
Lydd is a town in Kent, England, lying on the Romney Marsh. It is one of the larger towns on the Marsh, and the most southerly town in Kent. Actually located on Denge Marsh, Lydd was one of the first sandy islands to form as the bay evolved into what is now called the Romney Marsh

Lydden and Temple Ewell Downs
Lydden and Temple Ewell Downs are a stretch of chalk downland near Dover in East Kent. The site is a National Nature Reserve, owned and managed by the Kent Wildlife Trust and is also listed as a Site of Special Scientific Interest and Special Area of Conservation.-Ecology:The main chalk grassland communities are CG4 Brachypodium pinnatum and CG5 Bromus erectus - Brachypodium

Lydia
Lydia was an Iron Age kingdom of western Asia Minor located generally east of ancient Ionia in the modern Turkish provinces of Manisa and inland İzmir. Its population spoke an Anatolian language known as Lydian.

Lydia Litvyak
Lydia Vladimirovna Litvyak Lydia Vladimirovna Litvyak Lydia Vladimirovna Litvyak (Лидия Владимировна Литвяк, (Moscow, August 18, 1921 – Krasnyi Luch August 1, 1943), also known as Lydia Litviak or Lilya Litviak, was a fighter pilot in the Soviet Air Force during World War II

Lydia Pinkham
Lydia Estes Pinkham was an iconic concocter and shrewd marketer of a commercially successful herbal-alcoholic "women's tonic" meant to relieve menstrual and menopausal pains.-Biography:

Lyfe Jennings
Lyfe Jennings is a platinum-selling American R&B and soul singer-songwriter, record producer, and instrumentalist. He plays the guitar, bass, and piano which he integrates into his music

Lyle and Erik Menendez
Joseph Lyle Menendez and Erik Galen Menendez are brothers who are known for their conviction in a highly publicized trial for the shotgun murders in 1989 of their wealthy parents, entertainment executive Jose Menendez and his wife Mary "Kitty" Menendez , residents of Beverly Hills, California

Lyle Lovett
Lyle Pearce Lovett is an American singer-songwriter and actor. Active since 1980, he has recorded thirteen albums and released 21 singles to date, including his highest entry, the number 10 chart hit on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs chart, "Cowboy Man"

Lyman Beecher
Lyman Beecher was a Presbyterian minister, American Temperance Society co-founder and leader, and the father of 13 children, many of whom were noted leaders, including Harriet Beecher Stowe, Henry Ward Beecher, Charles Beecher, Edward Beecher, Isabella Beecher Hooker, Catharine Beecher, and Thomas K. Beecher

Lyman Hall
Lyman Hall , physician, clergyman, and statesman, was a signer of the United States Declaration of Independence as a representative of Georgia. Hall County is named after him.-Early life and family:

Lyman series
In physics and chemistry, the Lyman series is the series of transitions and resulting ultraviolet emission lines of the hydrogen atom as an electron goes from n ≥ 2 to n = 1

Lyme disease
Lyme disease, or Lyme borreliosis, is an emerging infectious disease caused by at least three species of bacteria belonging to the genus Borrelia. Borrelia burgdorferi sensu stricto is the main cause of Lyme disease in the United States, whereas Borrelia afzelii and Borrelia garinii cause most European cases

Lymph
Lymph is considered a part of the interstitial fluid, the fluid which lies in the interstices of all body tissues. Interstitial fluid becomes lymph when it enters a lymph capillary

Lymph node
A lymph node is a small ball or an oval-shaped organ of the immune system, distributed widely throughout the body including the armpit and stomach/gut and linked by lymphatic vessels. Lymph nodes are garrisons of B, T, and other immune cells. Lymph nodes are found all through the body, and act as filters or traps for foreign particles

Lynchburg Ferry
The Lynchburg Ferry is a ferry across the Houston Ship Channel in the U.S. state of Texas, connecting Crosby-Lynchburg Road in Lynchburg to the north with the former State Highway 134 and San Jacinto Battleground State Historic Site in La Porte to the south

Lynches River
Lynches River, named for Thomas Lynch, Jr., signer of the Declaration of Independence, rises in North Carolina near Waxhaw, North Carolina, at about 700 feet elevation, flowing only a short distance to the South Carolina border, and thence to join the Pee Dee River nearJohnsonville

Lynching
Lynching is an extrajudicial execution carried out by a mob, often by hanging, but also by burning at the stake or shooting, in order to punish an alleged transgressor, or to intimidate, control, or otherwise manipulate a population of people. It is related to other means of social control that arise in communities, such as charivari, riding the rail, and tarring and feathering

Lynching in the United States
Lynching, the practice of killing people by extrajudicial mob action, occurred in the United States chiefly from the late 18th century through the 1960s. Lynchings took place most frequently in the South from 1890 to the 1920s, with a peak in the annual toll in 1892.It is associated with re-imposition of White supremacy in the South after the Civil War

Lynda Baquero
Lynda Baquero is an American correspondent for WNBC news in New York City. Baquero has filed numerous reports for the station both at home and abroad, including a trip to Puerto Rico where she filed stories on the island’s economy and tourism

Lynda Bellingham
Lynda Bellingham is a Canadian-born English actress, broadcaster and author, who is known for her distinctive husky voice.-Early life:

Lynda Bird Johnson Robb
Lynda Bird Johnson Robb is the elder of the two daughters of United States President Lyndon Baines Johnson and his wife, Lady Bird Johnson

Lynda Lyon Block
Lynda Cheryl Lyon Block was an American convicted murderess.

Lynden, Washington
Lynden is the second largest city in Whatcom County. Named and established in 1874 on the site of the Nooksack Indian village Squahalish , the town of Lynden began as a pioneer settlement headed by Holden and Phoebe Judson and is today home to one of the largest Dutch American communities in the nation.Lynden is approximately five miles south of the

Lyndon B. Johnson
Lyndon Baines Johnson , often referred to as LBJ, was the 36th President of the United States after his service as the 37th Vice President of the United States

Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center
The Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center is the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's center for human spaceflight training, research and flight control. The center consists of a complex of 100 buildings constructed on 1,620 acres in Houston, Texas, USA

Lynmouth
Lynmouth is a village in Devon, England, on the north edge of Exmoor.The village straddles the confluence of the West Lyn and East Lyn rivers, in a gorge below Lynton, to which it is connected by the Lynton and Lynmouth Cliff Railway.

Lynn Davies
Lynn Davies CBE was a member of the Cardiff Amateur Athletic Club and captain of the British Olympic long jump team in 1964.

Lynn Parsons
Lynn Margaret Parsons is a British disc jockey and currently presents Weekends 10am - 2pm on UK radio station Smooth Radio and various shows on for BBC Radio 2.-Career:

Lynn Toler
Lynn C. Toler is the judge on the television series Divorce Court. Toler is a native of Columbus, Ohio

Lynn Townsend White, Jr.
Lynn Townsend White, Jr. was a professor of medieval history at Princeton, Stanford and, for many years, University of California, Los Angeles. He was president of Mills College, Oakland from 1943 to 1958.

Lynn, Massachusetts
Lynn is a city in Essex County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 89,050 at the 2000 census. An old industrial center, Lynn is home to Lynn Beach and Lynn Heritage State Park and is about north of downtown Boston.-17th century:

Lynne Moody
Lynne Moody is an American actress who has made many appearances in television.Her most prominent roles include Tracy Curtis Taylor in That's My Mama from 1974–1975 and was replaced by Joan Pringle in the second season; she also played Irene Harvey in Roots, Polly Dawson in Soap, Nurse Julie Williams in E/R and Patricia Williams in Knots Landing

Lynsey Horn
Lynsey Hipgrave, formerly known as Lynsey Horn, is an English television and radio presenter.-Radio:Hipgrave's big break came on Manchester radio station Galaxy 102 where she presented the breakfast show, before being appointed a travel reporter on Radio 5 Live.She co-presents the Saturday morning show on Radio 5 Live from 9-11am with Danny Baker and she

Lynx (web browser)
Lynx is a text-based web browser for use on cursor-addressable character cell terminals and is very configurable.-Usage:Browsing in Lynx consists of highlighting the chosen link using cursor keys, or having all links on a page numbered and entering the chosen link's number. Current versions support SSL and many HTML features

LynxOS
The LynxOS RTOS is a Unix-like real-time operating system from LynuxWorks . Sometimes known as the Lynx Operating System, LynxOS features full POSIX conformance and, more recently, Linux compatibility

Lynyrd Skynyrd
Lynyrd Skynyrd is an American rock band prominent in spreading Southern Rock during the 1970s.Originally formed as the "Noble Five" in Jacksonville, Florida, in 1964, the band rose to worldwide recognition on the basis of its driving live performances and signature tune, Freebird

Lyocell
Lyocell is a regenerated cellulose fiber made from dissolving pulp . It was first manufactured in 1987 by Courtaulds Fibres UK at their pilot plant S25

Lyon and Healy
Lyon & Healy is an American manufacturer of harps founded in 1864 in Chicago by George W. Lyon and Patrick J. Healy. Lyon & Healy has its headquarters in Chicago, Illinois, United States, which, in addition to being the location of the production of its harps, also contains a showroom and concert hall.Lyon & Healy harps are widely-played by professional musicians since they are one of

Lyons Township, Cook County, Illinois
Lyons Township is one of thirty townships in Cook County, Illinois, USA. As of the 2000 census, its population was 109,264. Lyons Township was established in 1850.-Geography:

Lyre
The lyre is a stringed musical instrument known for its use in Greek classical antiquity and later. The word comes from the Greek "λύρα" and the earliest reference to the word is the Mycenaean Greek ru-ra-ta-e, meaning "lyrists", written in Linear B syllabic script

Lysine
Lysine is an α-amino acid with the chemical formula HO2CCH4NH2. It is an essential amino acid, which means that the human body cannot synthesize it. Its codons are AAA and AAG.

Lysistrata
Lysistrata is one of eleven surviving plays written by Aristophanes. Originally performed in classical Athens in 411 BC, it is a comic account of one woman's extraordinary mission to end The Peloponnesian War

Lysosome
thumb|350px|Schematic of typical animal cell, showing subcellular components. [[Organelle]]s: [[nucleoli]] [[cell nucleus|nucleus]] [[ribosomes]] [[vesicle |vesicle]] rough [[endoplasmic reticulum]]

Lysozyme
Lysozyme, also known as muramidase or N-acetylmuramide glycanhydrolase, are glycoside hydrolases, enzymes that damage bacterial cell walls by catalyzing hydrolysis of 1,4-beta-linkages between N-acetylmuramic acid and N-acetyl-D-glucosamine residues in a peptidoglycan and between N-acetyl-D-glucosamine residues in chitodextrins

Lyssa zampa
Lyssa zampa also known as the Tropical Swallowtail Moth is a species of moth of the family Uraniidae. It is found from Himalaya to Borneo.The wingspan is 100-160 mm. The moth flies from June to November depending on the location.

Lytic cycle
The lytic cycle is one of the two cycles of viral reproduction, the other being the lysogenic cycle. The lytic cycle is typically considered the main method of viral replication, since it results in the destruction of the infected cell

Lytle family
The Lytle family of Cincinnati is considered to be Cincinnati's first family and the founders of Cincinnati.-Captain William Lytle:Captain William Lytle , was deeded of land for service as one of General Washington's elite corps of officers in the Revolutionary War . He solicited settlers to follow him with the promise of land

Lyttelton rail tunnel
The Lyttelton Rail Tunnel, initially called the Moorhouse Tunnel, links the city of Christchurch with the port of Lyttelton in the Canterbury region of New Zealand’s South Island. It is the country’s oldest operational rail tunnel, and is on one of the first railway lines in the district

Lyudmila Ulitskaya
Lyudmila Evgenyevna Ulitskaya is a critically acclaimed modern Russian novelist and short-story writer. She was born in the town of Davlekanovo in Bashkiria on February 21, 1943