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Gerbil (disambiguation)
A Gerbil is a small animal usually associated to being a pet.Gerbil may also refer to:* A tool that is used in cutting vacuum forming sheets, also called a Gerbil.* The Gerbils, an indie rock band.

Gerhard
Gerhard is a male forename of Germanic origin, variations of which exist in many Germanic and Romance languages. Like many other early Germanic names, it is dithematic, consisting of two meaningful constituents put together. In this case, those constituents are 'ger' and 'hard'

Gerhardt
Gerhardt is a masculine name of German origin. It can refer to any of the following:-As a first name:* Gerhardt, a Dutch musician* Gerhardt Boldt, German soldier and writer* Gerhardt Laves, American linguist

Geri (Cyprus)
Yeri is a large village in Cyprus, 10 km south east of the capital Nicosia. By the 2001 census it had a total population of 6,643. Following a referendum in 2011, Geri has become a municipality.

Geriatrics
Geriatrics is a sub-specialty of internal medicine and family medicine that focuses on health care of elderly people. It aims to promote health by preventing and treating diseases and disabilities in older adults. There is no set age at which patients may be under the care of a geriatrician, or physician who specializes in the care of elderly people

Gering
Gering may refer to:Places:*Gering, Nebraska, a city*Gering, Germany, a municipality in Mayen-Koblenz, Rhineland-PalatinatePeople:*Giles Gering, an artist at the court of King Henry VIII of England

Gerli
Gerli is a town in Buenos Aires Province, Argentina. It lies in the partidos of Avellaneda & Lanús and forms part of the Greater Buenos Aires urban agglomeration.-History:

Germ
Germ may refer to:* Microorganism, especially a pathogen; see Germ theory of disease* Germ cell, an ovum or sperm, or one of its progenitors* The Germ , a periodical established by the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood to disseminate their ideas

Germ cell
A germ cell is any biological cell that gives rise to the gametes of an organism that reproduces sexually. In many animals, the germ cells originate near the gut of an embryo and migrate to the developing gonads. There, they undergo cell division of two types, mitosis and meiosis, followed by cellular differentiation into mature gametes, either eggs or sperm

German
German may refer to:* Something of, from, or related to Germany, a country in west-central Europe* The German language* as a noun, Germans, people from Germany or of German ancestry**German citizens, see demographics of Germany

German (Republic of Macedonia)
German is a village in north eastern Republic of Macedonia.

German Autobahnen
The German autobahns are the nationally coordinated motorway system in Germany. In German, they are officially called Bundesautobahn , which translates as federal expressways

Germanic
Germanic may refer to* The Germanic languages, descended from Proto-Germanic.* The Germanic peoples**List of Germanic peoples**List of confederations of Germanic tribes* German people* Germanic mythology

Germans
The Germans are a Germanic ethnic group native to Central Europe. The English term Germans has referred to the German-speaking population of the Holy Roman Empire since the Late Middle Ages.

Germans (band)
Germans is a Canadian indie rock band whose members included Julian Kado, Roman Harrison, Livingston Fagan, Aidan Koper, Steven Lappano, Jesse Foster, Michael Rozenberg, and Leon Taheny. They are signed to Portland, Oregon-based label Arena Rock Recording Co

Germany (disambiguation)
Germany is a European country. Germany may also refer to:Other political entities:* Germany , the European Parliament constituency* Kingdom of Germany

Germany (European Parliament constituency)
In European elections, Germany is a constituency of the European Parliament, currently represented by ninety-nine members. It covers the member state of Germany.-Current MEPs:As of October 2007-1979:

Germi
Germi is a city in and the capital of Germi County, Ardabil Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 28,348, in 6,382 families.

Germicide (album)
Germicide is an album by the punk rock band The Germs. Performing live at the Whisky a Go Go in 1977, Darby Crash and the Germs were at the beginning of their career. At this time, Darby performed using the name Bobby Pyn

Germinal
Germinal can refer to:*Germinal , the seventh month of the calendar, approximately March 21 - April 19-Émile Zola:*Germinal , an 1885 novel by Émile Zola

Germinal (1993 film)
Germinal is a 1993 French epic film based on the novel by Émile Zola. It was directed by Claude Berri, and stars Gérard Depardieu, Miou-Miou and Renaud

Germinal (journal)
Germinal was a Yiddish-language anarchist journal in London edited by the German-born Rudolf Rocker. It appeared from 1900 to 1903, and then again from 1905 to 1908.

Germination
Germination is the process in which a plant or fungus emerges from a seed or spore, respectively, and begins growth. The most common example of germination is the sprouting of a seedling from a seed of an angiosperm or gymnosperm. However the growth of a sporeling from a spore, for example the growth of hyphae from fungal spores, is also germination

Gern
Gern is an U-Bahn station in Munich on the U1, it opened on 24 May 1998. The station includes displays on local history and is also noted for its innovative lighting; nine pyramidal aluminium fixtures give the illusion of daylight streaming in from above.

Gerobatrachus
Gerobatrachus, also referred to as a frogamander, is an extinct genus of amphibamid temnospondyl that lived in the Permian period, approximately 290 million years ago, in the area that is now Baylor County, Texas

Geronimo (exclamation)
Geronimo! is an exclamation occasionally used by jumping skydivers or, more generally, anyone about to jump from a great height. The cry originated in the United States.- Background :

Gerontocracy
A gerontocracy is a form of oligarchical rule in which an entity is ruled by leaders who are significantly older than most of the adult population. Often the political structure is such that political power within the ruling class accumulates with age, so that the oldest hold the most power

Gerrit
Gerrit is a Dutch male name meaning "brave with the spear", the Dutch and Frisian form of Gerard. Gerrit may refer to:* Gerrit Achterberg , Dutch poet* Gerrit Komrij , Dutch poet* Gerrit Rietveld , Dutch architect

Gerry (Outdoor gear and clothing)
Gerry was a manufacturer of outdoor sports gear and clothes and the brand still exists as a clothing brand. The company was founded by Gerald "Gerry" Cunningham in 1946 and was originally located in Denver, Colorado.

Gertie
Gertie may refer to:* Galloping Gertie, a suspension bridge* Gertie , a fictional character in the television series Hey Arnold!* Gertie the Dinosaur, a fictional dinosaur in the film of the same name

Gertrude (Code name)
The Gertrude or Gertrud was the code name of the invasion plan for Turkey by Nazi Germany, the idea began forming in the beginning of the summer of 1942

Gertrude (given name)
Gertrude is a female given name which is derived from Germanic roots that meant "spear" and "strength". "Trudi", originally a diminutive of "Gertrude", has developed into a name in its own right.

Gestalt
Die Gestalt is a German word for form or shape. It is used in English to refer to a concept of 'wholeness'. Gestalt may also refer to:* Gestalt psychology , a theory of mind and brain, describing the Gestalt effect.

Gestation
Gestation is the carrying of an embryo or fetus inside a female viviparous animal. Mammals during pregnancy can have one or more gestations at the same time .

Gestation period
For mammals the gestation period is the time in which a fetus develops, beginning with fertilization and ending at birth. The duration of this period varies between species.-Duration:

Gesture
A gesture is a form of non-verbal communication in which visible bodily actions communicate particular messages, either in place of speech or together and in parallel with spoken words. Gestures include movement of the hands, face, or other parts of the body

Get
Get or GET may refer to:*Get , the offspring of an animal*Get , legal issues around the Jewish divorce procedure*Get , the Jewish divorce procedure

Get A Grip (TV series)
Get a Grip was a television series shown on ITV in the United Kingdom. It aired on Wednesday nights in April/May 2007 and was hosted by Ben Elton and Alexa Chung.The programme was made by Phil McIntyre Productions and Big Bear Films.

Get a Life (novel)
Get a Life is an ecological novel by South African writer Nadine Gordimer.The novel tells the story of environmental activist Paul Bannerman and his family. Paul is diagnosed with thyroid cancer and, after surgery and subsequent radiation treatment, has to live quarantined at his parent's place for some time. This significant change in his life also affects his family.

Get a Life (UK TV series)
Get A Life is a Living reality television show hosted by Jodie Marsh, which premiered March 1, 2007. The show consisted of five shy, nervous, unconfident and low self-esteemed participants who want to change their personalities for the better

Get a Move On
"Get a Move On" is a song by American rock singer Eddie Money from his album Playing for Keeps in 1980. It was released as a single and reached #46 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Get Away (song)
"Get Away" is the third single from Mobb Deep's Infamy album. The song is produced by Ez Elpee. This b-side features the song "Hey Luv ", the group's previous single, featuring 112.-Track listing:Side A#"Get Away" [Clean Version]

Get Back (film)
Get Back is a 1991 concert film starring Paul McCartney that documents The Paul McCartney World Tour of 1989–1990. The film was directed by Richard Lester, in a return to his Beatles-related work, and was released by Carolco Pictures and New Line Cinema, through the Seven Arts joint venture.-Performances:All songs by Paul McCartney, except where noted.#"Band on the Run"#"Got to

Get Down
"Get Down" is the third and final single released from Nas' 2002 album God's Son. It features descriptive storytelling by Nas and funk-based production by Nas and Salaam Remi

Get Down
Get Down may refer to:* Get down, a stance or movement in traditional African culture, in African American culture, and throughout the Black African diaspora* Treed Murray or Get Down, a 2001 Canadian film-Albums:

Get down
Get down is a stance, posture or movement in many traditional African cultures and throughout the African diaspora. It involves bending at the waist and knees, bringing the body low to the ground in moments of ecstasy or intensity. Bending at the knees and waist is an expression of profound spirituality and connectedness to the earth

Get Down (Groove Armada song)
"Get Down" is a song by electronic music group Groove Armada. It features Stush and unofficially credited Red Rat. It was released officially on April 30, 2007. The song had already been released as an EP on the iTunes Store. The CD and downloads contain remixes of the song. Pleix created a music video for the title track

Get Down (You're the One for Me)
"Get Down " is the third single released by the Backstreet Boys from their international self-titled debut album. It was later included on their US debut album as well. In some countries "Get Down" was released as their debut single. The song features a rap with the first verse by Smooth T. of the group Fun Factory, and the second by band member A. J. McLean

Get Even
Get Even is the debut album of British boy band / pop group Brother Beyond, released on EMI / Parlophone label, in two different editions, both in 1988, generally referred to as Get Even I and Get Even II

Get It
Get It is the third solo album by Dave Edmunds. Some of the songs were performed by an early "trio" version of Rockpile ; others were recorded by Edmunds solo

Get It On
Get It On may refer to:* "Get It On" , a 1971 song retitled "Bang a Gong " in the U.S., also covered by Power Station* "Get It On", a 1971 song by Chase from their album Chase; prompted the retitling of the T

Get It On (Grinderman song)
"Get It On" is the first single by alternative rock group Grinderman - a side project of the Australian post-punk group Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds - from their self-titled debut album Grinderman

Get It On (Intenso Project song)
"Get It On" is a single released by Intenso Project and former Steps member Lisa Scott-Lee in 2004. It peaked at number 23 in the UK Singles Chart, and failed to make any impact on the American charts.- Track listing :UK CD

Get It On (Kingdom Come song)
"Get It On" is the debut single by hard rock/glam metal band Kingdom Come from their self-titled debut album."Get It On" Reached Number 4 on the Mainstream Rock Charts In the U.S. and Number 69 on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Charts-Track listing:

Get Lost (cartoon)
Get Lost is the 67th animated cartoon short subject in the Woody Woodpecker series. Released theatrically on March 12, 1956, the film was produced by Walter Lantz Productions and distributed by Universal-International.-Plot:

Get Lost (Huntingtons album)
Get Lost is an album by the Huntingtons released in 1999 on Tooth & Nail Records.-Album information:Recorded throughout the month of January 1999 at Clay Creek RecordersProduced by Holt/PowellEngineered by Nick RotundoMixed at Clay Creek by Nick Rotundo with Cliffy & MikeyMastered at West West Side Music by Alan DouchesExecutive Producer: Brandon D

Get lucky
Get Lucky may refer to:*Get Lucky *Get Lucky *Get Lucky *Get Lucky *Get Lucky

Get Lucky (Johnny Coppin album)
Get Lucky is a folk/rock album by Johnny Coppin released in 1982, his third solo album.The album was produced by Mark Tibenham and Johnny Coppin and engineered by Mark Tibenham

Get Lucky (Lascivious Biddies album)
Get Lucky is the second album recorded by The Lascivious Biddies.-Track listing:# "Betty"# "Ask"# "Texas Girl"# "Salt"# "Neighbor"# "Wichita"# "You Don't Own Me"# "Famous"# "One & The Same"# "The Truck Song"# "Intellectual"# "Hell of a Boy"

Get Lucky (Little River Band album)
- Track listing :#"If I Get Lucky" - 4:12#"There's Not Another You" - 3:49#"Second Wind" - 4:14#"Every Time I Turn Around" - 4:35#"I Dream Alone" - 4:50#"Time and Eternity" - 4:08#"Two Emotions" - 4:28#"As Long as I'm Alive" - 4:35

Get Off
"Get Off" was a hit song by Miami based Latin/disco band Foxy in 1978. Released from their LP of the same name, the song became a crossover hit. It spent two weeks at number one on the Billboard Hot Soul Singles chart during the fall of that year and also peaked at number nine on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart

Get Out
Get Out is one of the earliest board games published by Cheapass Games. Players are trying to move out of their parents' basements. They roll dice and move around the board, trying to collect jobs and apartments.

Mahendra Chaudhry
Mahendra Pal Chaudhry is a Fijian politician and the leader of the Fiji Labour Party

Mahi-mahi
The mahi-mahi or common dolphinfish is a surface-dwelling ray-finned fish found in off-shore temperate, tropical and subtropical waters worldwide. It is one of only two members of the Coryphaenidae family, the other being the pompano dolphinfish

Mahindra Scorpio
The Mahindra Scorpio is a SUV manufactured by Mahindra & Mahindra Limited, the flagship company of the Mahindra Group. It was the first SUV from the company built for the global market

Mahindra Tractors
Mahindra Tractors, the farm equipment division of Mahindra & Mahindra, builds and sources tractors that are sold worldwide across six continents. Mahindra is also among the top three tractor manufacturers in the world. Mahindra has a huge consumer base in India, China and America and a growing base in Australasia

Mahishasura
In Hindu mythology, Mahishasura was an asura.Mahishasura's father Rambha was king of the asuras, and he once fell in love with a water buffalo ; Mahishasura was born out of this union

Mahjong
Mahjong, sometimes spelled Mah Jongg, is a game that originated in China, commonly played by four players

Mahjong tiles
Mahjong tiles are tiles of Chinese origin that are used to play many games, most notably Mahjong and Mahjong solitaire. Although they are most commonly tiles, they may also refer to playing cards with similar contents as well.- Construction :Traditionally, Mahjong tiles were made of bone, often backed with bamboo

Mahmoud Khayami
Mahmoud Khayami, CBE, KSS, GCFO is an Iranian industrialist and philanthropist, of French nationality.-Life:Khayami had an active role in the company Iran National or IKCO) , automobile manufacturing and the introduction of the Paykan car to Iran in a

Mahmud Kashgari
Mahmud ibn Hussayn ibn Muhammad al-Kashgari was an 11th century Turkic scholar and lexicographer of Turkic languages from Kashgar.His father, Hussayn, was the mayor of Barsgan and related to the Qara-Khanid ruling dynasty

Mahogany
The name mahogany is used when referring to numerous varieties of dark-colored hardwood. It is a native American word originally used for the wood of the species Swietenia mahagoni, known as West Indian or Cuban mahogany.

Mahoning River
The Mahoning River is a river located in eastern Ohio and western Pennsylvania. It joins the Shenango River to form the Beaver River and is part of the Ohio River watershed.- Physical properties :

Mahseer
Mahseer is the common name used for the genera Tor, Neolissochilus, and Naziritor in the family Cyprinidae . The name Mahseer is however more often restricted to members of the genus Tor

Maidan (Kolkata)
The Maidan is the largest urban park in Kolkata in the Indian state of West Bengal. It is a vast stretch of field and home to numerous play grounds, including the famous cricketing venue Eden Gardens, several football stadia, and Kolkata Race Course. Maidan is dotted with several statues and pieces of architecture, most notable being the Victoria Memorial

Maidenhead
Maidenhead is a town and unparished area within the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, in Berkshire, England. It lies on the River Thames and is situated west of Charing Cross in London.-History:

Maigret
Jules Maigret, Maigret to most people, including his wife, is a fictional police detective, actually a commissaire or commissioner of the Paris "Brigade Criminelle" , created by writer Georges Simenon.Seventy-five novels and twenty-eight short stories about Maigret were published between 1931 and

Mail carrier
A mail carrier, mailman, postal carrier, postman, postwoman , postman/postwoman , letter carrier or postie is an employee of the post office or postal service, who delivers mail and parcel post to residences and businesses

Mail Online
Mail Online is the name of the website of the Daily Mail, a newspaper in the United Kingdom. It contains almost all the stories from the Daily Mail and includes a large archive of main stories

Mail.ru
Mail.ru is the largest free e-mail service of the Runet. The business was originally owned by Port.ru, a company founded in 1998 by Eugene Goland, Michael Zaitsev and Alexey Krivenkov as spin-off from DataArt. It received an initial investment of USD 1 million from the well-known investor James Melcher.The Mail.ru business expanded rapidly to reach the No

Mail.ru Agent
Mail.Ru Agent is a free instant messaging program created by Mail.ru, one of the largest Russian web portals. Besides basic IM functionality , M-Agent also provides online gaming, peer-to-peer voice calls, video calls, low-rate VoIP calls, free SMS, automatic mail checking and

Maillard reaction
The Maillard reaction is a form of nonenzymatic browning similar to caramelization. It results from a chemical reaction between an amino acid and a reducing sugar, usually requiring heat.

Main Street (novel)
- Plot summary :Carol Milford is a liberal, free-spirited young woman, reared in the metropolis of Saint Paul, Minnesota. She marries Will Kennicott, a doctor, who is a small-town boy at heart.

Maine
Maine is a state in the New England region of the northeastern United States, bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the east and south, New Hampshire to the west, and the Canadian provinces of Quebec to the northwest and New Brunswick to the northeast. Maine is both the northernmost and easternmost portion of New England

Mainframe computer
Mainframes are powerful computers used primarily by corporate and governmental organizations for critical applications, bulk data processing such as census, industry and consumer statistics, enterprise resource planning, and financial transaction processing.The term originally referred to the large cabinets that housed the central

Mainhardt
Mainhardt is a town in the district of Schwäbisch Hall in Baden-Württemberg in Germany.

Mainland China
Mainland China, the Chinese mainland or simply the mainland, is a geopolitical term that refers to the area under the jurisdiction of the People's Republic of China . According to the Taipei-based Mainland Affairs Council, the term excludes the PRC Special Administrative Regions of Hong Kong and Macau.There are two terms in Chinese for "mainland"

Maintenance, Repair and Operations
Maintenance, repair, and operations or maintenance, repair, and overhaul involves fixing any sort of mechanical or electrical device should it become out of order or broken

Mainz
Mainz under the Holy Roman Empire, and previously was a Roman fort city which commanded the west bank of the Rhine and formed part of the northernmost frontier of the Roman Empire

Mainz Hauptbahnhof
is the Hauptbahnhof for the city of Mainz in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate. It is used by about 80,000 travellers and visitors each day and is therefore one of the busiest 21 stations in Germany

Maite Perroni
Maite Perroni Beorlegui is a Mexican actress and singer/songwriter, who is best known for starring in Rebelde, Cuidado con el Ángel, Mi Pecado and Triunfo del Amor. She gained international fame as a member of the Latin Grammy nominated pop group RBD

Maithili Sharan Gupt
Maithilisharan Gupt was one of the most important modern Hindi poets. He is considered among the pioneers of Khari Boli poetry and wrote in Khari Boli at a time when most Hindi poets favoured the use of Brajbhasha.- Early life :Born Chirgaon, Jhansi in a Gahoi family

Maitla
Maitla or Metlo is a Jat gotra or clan found in the Punjab province of Pakistan and Punjab .- Geographical distribution :Maitlas mainly inhabit in the districts of Jhang, Sargodha, Multan, Muzaffargarh, Layyah, Bhakkar, Khanewal, Vehari, Lodhran, Bahawalpur, Bahawalnagar, Gujranwala, Sheikhpura, Faisalabad, Mandi Bahauddin, Hafizabad, Jhelum, Narowal, Sialkot, Okara,

Maitreya
Maitreya , Metteyya , or Jampa , is foretold as a future Buddha of this world in Buddhist eschatology. In some Buddhist literature, such as the Amitabha Sutra and the Lotus Sutra, he or she is referred to as Ajita Bodhisattva.Maitreya is a bodhisattva who in the Buddhist tradition is to appear on Earth, achieve complete enlightenment, and

Maitri
Maitri is India's second permanent research station in Antarctica. It was built and finished in 1989, shortly before the first station Dakshin Gangotri was buried in ice and abandoned in 1990-91

Maize
Maize known in many English-speaking countries as corn or mielie/mealie, is a grain domesticated by indigenous peoples in Mesoamerica in prehistoric times. The leafy stalk produces ears which contain seeds called kernels. Though technically a grain, maize kernels are used in cooking as a vegetable or starch

Majeediyya School
Majeediyya School is the first Maldivian government school, located in Malé, Maldives. It is a single gender school that teaches male students to the secondary level of education. English medium is followed in teaching with the exception of Dhivehi and Islam

Majesco Entertainment
Majesco Entertainment is a video game publisher founded in 1986.-History:Majesco first made a name as a reissuer of old titles that had been abandoned by their original publisher. By cutting the prices dramatically and, eventually, arranging the rights to self-manufacture games for both Nintendo and Sega systems, the company found a sustainable market niche

Majhi
Majhi may refer to:* Majhi dialect, the principal dialect of Punjabi* People of Majha are known as 'Majhis' or 'Majhhis'.* Majhi language* Majhi Village, of district Mandi Bhahuddin in Pakistani Punjab.

Major County, Oklahoma
Major County is a county located in the U.S. state of Oklahoma. As of 2000, the population was 7,545. Its county seat is Fairview. Located in northwestern Oklahoma. Major County is bounded by Woods and Alfalfa counties in the north, Garfield County on the east, Kingfisher, Blaine and Dewey on the south, and Woodward on the west, Major County has 957.87 square miles of land and water

Major Dad
Major Dad is an American sitcom created by Richard C. Okie and John G. Stephens that originally ran from 1989 to 1993 on CBS, starring Gerald McRaney as Major John D. MacGillis and Shanna Reed as his wife Polly

Major depressive episode
A major depressive episode is the cluster of symptoms of major depressive disorder. The description has been formalised in psychiatric diagnostic criteria such as the DSM-IV and ICD-10, and is characterized by severe, highly persistent depression, and a loss of interest or pleasure in everyday activities, which is often manifested by lack of appetite, chronic fatigue, and sleep

Major general (United States)
In the United States Army, United States Marine Corps, and United States Air Force, major general is a two-star general-officer rank, with the pay grade of O-8. Major general ranks above brigadier general and below lieutenant general

Major General Akhtar Hussain Malik
Lieutenant General Akhtar Hussain Malik was a distinguished General, a war hero of Pakistan Army in the Indo-Pakistan war of 1965 and a member of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.- Early years :

Major League Baseball
Major League Baseball is the highest level of professional baseball in the United States and Canada, consisting of teams that play in the National League and the American League

Major Matt Mason
Major Matt Mason was an action figure created by Mattel, an astronaut who lived and worked on the moon. When introduced in 1966, the figures were initially based on design information found in Life Magazine, Air Force Magazine, Jane's, and other aviation- and space-interest periodicals

Major roads in Metro Manila
Metro Manila has a very extensive roadway system connecting the cities and municipalities of the metropolis and its surrounding provinces. The major roadways are the ten radial roads, braching from the capital city of Manila, and the five circumferential roads, which form semicircles around the city of Manila

Major Robert Anderson
Robert Anderson was an American military leader. He served as a Union Army officer in the American Civil War, known for his command of Fort Sumter at the start of the war. He is often referred to as Major Robert Anderson, referring to his rank at Fort Sumter

Major scale
In music theory, the major scale or Ionian scale is one of the diatonic scales. It is made up of seven distinct notes, plus an eighth which duplicates the first an octave higher. In solfege these notes correspond to the syllables "Do, Re, Mi, Fa, Sol, La, Ti/Si, ", the "Do" in the parenthesis at the end being the octave of the tonic starting pitch

Makati City
The City of Makati is one of the 17 cities that make up Metro Manila, one of the most populous metropolitan areas in the world. Makati is the financial center of the Philippines and one of the major financial, commercial and economic hubs in Asia

Makato, Aklan
Makato is a 4th class municipality in the province of Aklan, Philippines. According to the 2000 census, it has a population of 22,777 people in 4,342 households.

Make Way For Ducklings
Make Way for Ducklings is a children's picture book written and illustrated by Robert McCloskey. First published in 1941, the book tells the story of a pair of mallard ducks who decide to raise their family on an island in the lagoon in Boston Public Garden, a park in the center of Boston, Massachusetts.Make Way for Ducklings won the 1942 Caldecott Medal for McCloskey's

Makerere University
Makerere University , Uganda's largest and second-oldest higher institution of learning, , was first established as a technical school in 1922. In 1963 it became the University of East Africa, offering courses leading to general degrees from the University of London

Makgadikgadi Pan
The Makgadikgadi Pan is a large salt pan in the middle of the dry savanna of northeastern Botswana. It is one of the largest salt flats in the world

Makhaya Ntini
Makhaya Ntini is a former South African cricketer who was the first ethnically black player to play for the South African team. A fast bowler, he tends to bowl from wide of the crease with brisk, although not express, pace

Makhdoom Yahya Maneri
Hazrat Makhdoom Yahya Maneri was an Indian Sufi saint of 13th century. His tomb lies in courtyard of a mosque, located in Maner, 29 km from Patna, Bihar, India.

Makobo Modjadji
Makobo Modjadji VI was the 6th in a line of the Balobedu tribe's Rain Queens. It is said that Makobo Modjadji had the ability to control the clouds and rivers. Makobo was crowned on 16 April 2003 at the age of 25 after the death of her predecessor and grandmother, Queen Mokope Modjadji

Makoma Modjadji
Rain Queen Makoma Modjadji IV was the fourth Rain Queen of the Balobedu tribe of the Limpopo Province of South Africa, succeeding her mother, Khetoane Modjadji in 1959 and reigning until her death. She married Andreas Maake, with whom she had several children. She was succeeded by her eldest daughter Mokope Modjadji.-External links:*

Makronisos
Makronisos is an island in the Aegean sea, in Greece and is located close to the coast of Attica, facing the port of Lavrio. It has an elongated shape and its terrain is arid and rocky. In ancient times the island was called Helena. It is part of the prefecture of the Cyclades but it is not part of that island chain

Makwe
The Makwe are an ethnic and linguistic group based on the Indian Ocean coast in northern Mozambique and southern Tanzania. In 2003 the Makwe population was estimated to number 32,000, of which 22,000 live in Mozambique and 10,000 live in Tanzania . In Tanzania the Makwe language is also known as Maraba.

Mala Sinha
Mala Sinha is an Indian actress, who has worked in Hindi, Bengali and Nepali films. Recognised for her acting talent and beauty, she went on to become a popular leading actress in Hindi films from the early fifties till late seventies

Malabo
Malabo is the capital of Equatorial Guinea, located on the northern coast of Bioko Island on the rim of a sunken volcano.

Malacca
Malacca , dubbed The Historic State or Negeri Bersejarah among locals) is the third smallest Malaysian state, after Perlis and Penang. It is located in the southern region of the Malay Peninsula, on the Straits of Malacca. It borders Negeri Sembilan to the north and the state of Johor to the south

Malacca Sultanate
Established by the Malay ruler Parameswara, the Sultanate of Malacca was first a Hindu kingdom in 1402 and later became Muslim following the marriage of the princess of Pasai in 1409. Centered in the modern town of Malacca, the sultanate bordered the Ayutthaya Kingdom of Siam in the north to Sumatra in the southwest. The Portuguese invaded its capital in 1511 and in 1528

Malachi Martin
Malachi Brendan Martin Ph.D. was a Catholic priest, theologian, writer on the Catholic Church, and professor at the Vatican's Pontifical Biblical Institute. He held three doctorates and was the sole author of sixteen books covering religious and geopolitical topics, which were published in eight languages

Malachite
Malachite is a copper carbonate mineral, with the formula Cu2CO32. This green-colored mineral crystallizes in the monoclinic crystal system, and most often forms botryoidal, fibrous, or stalagmitic masses. Individual crystals are rare but do occur as slender to acicular prisms

Malachite green
Malachite green is an organic compound that is used as a dyestuff and has emerged as a controversial agent in aquaculture. Malachite green is traditionally used as a dye for materials such as silk, leather, and paper

Malacostraca
Malacostraca is the largest of the six classes of crustaceans, containing over 25,000 extant species, divided among 16 orders. Its members display a greater diversity of body forms than any other class of animals, and include crabs, lobsters, shrimp, krill, woodlice, scuds , mantis shrimp and many other less familiar animals

Malagasy language
Malagasy is the national language of Madagascar, a member of the Austronesian family of languages. Most people in Madagascar speak it as a first language as do some people of Malagasy descent elsewhere.-History:

Malaguti
Malaguti is a family-owned Italian scooter and motorcycle company based in San Lazzaro di Savena, founded by Antonino Malaguti in 1930.-History:

Malak Karsh
Malak Karsh, was a Canadian photographer of Armenian heritage, brother of Yousuf Karsh, who is best known for his photographs of the Ottawa region.

Malamatiyya
The Malāmatiyya or Malamatis are a Sufi group that was active in 8th-century Samanid Iran