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Get Out
Get Out may refer to:*Get Out , a game published by Cheapass Games*Get Out , a 1992 album by Capercaillie*"Get Out!!", a 2000 song by Busta Rhymes*"Leave" , a 2004 song by JoJo

Get Out (album)
Get Out is an album by folk rock band Capercaillie originally issued in 1992 and rereleased in 1999 by Survival Records with five bonus tracks

Get Out of Town
"Get Out of Town" is a 1938 popular song written by Cole Porter, for his musical Leave It to Me!, where it was introduced by Tamara Drasin.-Notable recordings:*Ella Fitzgerald - Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Cole Porter Songbook

Get Real (disambiguation)
Get Real may refer to:*Get Real , a 1998 British film*Get Real!, a programming block on the Canadian TV channel YTV*Get Real , a 1999 American comedy/drama*Get Real , a British sitcom from the late 1990s

Get Some (song)
"Get Some" is the second song on hard rock band Chevelle's third album This Type of Thinking . The song is said to be written as an ode to the greed sparked by the contest American Idol. In concert, Pete has said that this song is about the time he drank too much whiskey and passed out in his front lawn

Get the Picture
Get the Picture is an American children's game show that aired from March 18 to December 6, 1991 on Nickelodeon. Hosted by Mike O'Malley, the show featured two teams answering questions and playing games for the opportunity to guess a hidden picture on a giant screen made up of 16 smaller screens

Get the Picture
Get the Picture may refer to:*Get the Picture , a children's game show*Get the Picture , a popular Internet game from the 1990s*Get the Picture? , 2003*Get the Picture? , 1965

Get Through
"Get Through" was released as the first single by Mark Joseph in 2003 for his debut album Scream.-Charts:

Get Together
"Get Together" is a song by American singer-songwriter Madonna from her tenth studio album Confessions on a Dance Floor. Produced by Madonna and Stuart Price, the song was released as the third single from the album by Warner Bros. Records on June 6, 2006. The decision was spurred by the fact that "Get Together" was the third most downloaded song from the album

Get Together
Get Together may refer to:* "Get Together" , also covered by The Kingston Trio, The Youngbloods, and others* "Get Together" * Get Together, an album by The Youngbloods- See also :

Get Up
Get Up can refer to:*GetUp!, the Australian political campaigning organisation*Get Up! , a film directed by Kazuyuki Izutsu*GET-UP, the graduate employee unionizing campaign at the University of Pennsylvania.-Music:

Get well soon
Get well soon may refer to:* Get Well Soon , British sitcom* Get Well Soon , German band

Get Well Soon (band)
Get Well Soon is a music and band project of the German singer, songwriter and instrumentalist Konstantin Gropper .

Get Well Soon (TV series)
Get Well Soon was a short-lived 1997 BBC television comedy series starring Matthew Cottle and Eddie Marsan. Lasting only 6 episodes, it was about the everyday lives of a group of patients, doctors, nurses and other staff at a National Health Service hospital during the post-World War II period. The show aired once a week between November 2 and December 7, 1997

Get Wet
Get Wet was a 1980s pop group, featuring lead singer Sherri Beachfront . They had one hit in America in 1981 with the Boardwalk/Columbia single "Just So Lonely", which peaked at #39 on the Billboard Hot 100. It charted even higher in Australia at #15 on the Australian Singles Chart

Geta
Geta may refer to:*Publius Septimius Geta , a Roman emperor*Geta, Åland, a municipality in Finland*Getå, a minor locality in Sweden*Geta, Nepal*Geta , a type of Japanese footwear

Getaway (Earth, Wind & Fire song)
"Getaway" was a hit song for R&B/funk band Earth, Wind & Fire in 1976 and written by Beloyd Taylor and Peter Cor Belenky. Released from their Spirit album, it spent two weeks at number one on the R&B singles chart and peaked at number 12 on the Billboard Hot 100. Along with the track, "Saturday Nite", "Getaway" peaked at number twelve on the disco charts

Getaway (Georgie Fame song)
"Getaway" is a number-one single for Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames. It topped the UK singles chart in July 1966 for one week, and was the second number one for Georgie Fame, who would mark his final number-one single at the beginning of 1968 with "The Ballad of Bonnie and Clyde".

Getaway (single)
Getaway is the first single from Scottish band Texas's 2005 album Red Book and was released prior to the album. The song was successful, peaking at #6 on the UK Singles Chart, becoming the band's twelfth Top 10 single since their #8 hit "I Don't Want a Lover" back in 1989.A free limited edition slip-case was made available by mail to house all three formats.-DVD

GetUp
GetUp! is a left-leaning Australian activist group that campaigns on issues important to its members. It was launched in August 2005, the week that the Coalition took control of the Australian Senate.

Gey
Gey is a surname, and may refer to:*George Otto Gey, American scientist*Konstantin Gey, Soviet revolutionary and politician*Steven Gey, Florida State University law professor-See also:*Gey-Gel State Reserve, a nature reserve in Azerbajian

Geyser
A geyser is a spring characterized by intermittent discharge of water ejected turbulently and accompanied by a vapour phase . The word geyser comes from Geysir, the name of an erupting spring at Haukadalur, Iceland; that name, in turn, comes from the Icelandic verb geysa, "to gush", the verb itself from Old Norse.The formation of geysers is due to particular

Geyser (disambiguation)
Geyser may refer to:* Geyser, a periodic steam hot spring* The Geysers, a northern California geothermal plant* Albert C. Geyser, physician and creator of the Cornell Tube* Geyser, a water heating system* Geyser, a musical alias of Riad Michael

GFI
GFI may refer to:* Game Factory Interactive and/or its subsidiaries:** GFI Baltic** GFI Black Sea** GFI Russia** GFI UA** GFI Mobile* GFI Genfare, a manufacturer of fareboxes* GFI Software, a computer security software company

Gharry
A gharry or gharri is a horse-drawn cab used especially in India. A palkee gharry is shaped somewhat like a palanquin. A gharry driver is a gharry-wallah.

Ghastly
Ghastly may refer to:*Gastly, Pokémon number 92*Ghastly's Ghastly Comic or its creator, Chris "Uncle Ghastly" Cracknell*Graham Ingels, a comic book and magazine illustrator with EC Comic

Ghazal (disambiguation)
A ghazal is a poetic form consisting of couplets which share a rhyme and a refrain.Ghazal may also refer to:* Ghazal , world fusion group* Ghazal Omid , Iranian-Canadian author* KSU Gazal-1, the first Saudi-Arabian automobile

GHB
GHB may refer to:*gamma-Hydroxybutyric acid, a neuroprotective and depressant drug that is illegal in a number of countries*glycated hemoglobin, a form of hemoglobin created during its exposure to high plasma levels of glucose

Ghent
Ghent is a city and a municipality located in the Flemish region of Belgium. It is the capital and biggest city of the East Flanders province. The city started as a settlement at the confluence of the Rivers Scheldt and Lys and in the Middle Ages became one of the largest and richest cities of northern Europe. Today it is a busy city with a port and a university

Ghetto
A ghetto is a section of a city predominantly occupied by a group who live there, especially because of social, economic, or legal issues.The term was originally used in Venice to describe the area where Jews were compelled to live. The term now refers to an overcrowded urban area often associated with specific ethnic or racial populations living below the poverty line

Ghetto (disambiguation)
Ghetto refers to a portion of a city in which members of a minority group live.Ghetto may also refer to:-Music:*"Ghetto" , R&B song written by American singer Kelly Rowland

Ghetto (rapper)
Justin Reginald Clarke Samuel , better known by his stage name Ghetts is an English grime artist from Plaistow, Newham, east London of African-Caribbean and Ghanaian descent. His music has been played on national radio stations such as BBC Radio 1, Kiss 100, BBC Asian Network and BBC Radio 1Xtra

Ghetto (song)
"Ghetto" is a R&B song by American singer Kelly Rowland. It was written by Durrell "Tank" Babbs, Calvin Broadus, Joseph "Lonny" Bereal and Rowland, and produced by Tank for her second studio album Ms. Kelly , featuring guest vocals by rapper Snoop Dogg.Originally recorded for the shelved My Story album, the crunk music-influenced track was released as Ms

Ghetto Blaster
-Summary:The aim of the game is to find and collect ten tapes of dance music, get people to dance to them by blasting them with notes from your blaster, then delivering them to your record company. These ten music tracks were played by the game throughout

Ghetto Blaster (album)
Ghetto Blaster is the last full length album by the Red Aunts. It was released in 1998 on Epitaph.-Track listing:#"I'm Crying" - 3:54#"Poison Steak" - 2:04#"The Things You See, The Things You Don't" - 2:01#"Midnight In The Jungle" - 3:29

Ghetto Fabulous (album)
Ghetto Fabulous is the third studio album by rapper, Mystikal. It was released on December 15, 1998 through No Limit Records and was produced by Beats By the Pound

Ghettoblaster (album)
Ghettoblaster is the seventh studio album by Armand Van Helden. The vocals in I Want Your Soul were sampled from "Do You Want It Right Now" by Siedah Garrett. The album was released in a special edition 2-disc set as well as the standard edition

Ghillies (dance)
Ghillies are specially designed shoes used for several types of dance. They are soft shoes, similar to ballet shoes. They are used by women in Irish dance, by men in Scottish country dance, and by men and women in Highland dance.

Ghost (2004 band)
Ghost was a visual kei rock band from Japan. They started activity in 2004, and changed lineup several times. Their sound is often described as melodic, but they also have elements of hard rock and gothic rock

Ghost (comics)
Ghost, in comics, may refer to:*Ghost , a superhero and star of her own series, published in the 1990s*Ghosts , an anthology with tales of the supernatural*Ghost , a supervillain and foe of Iron Man

Ghost (Crack the Sky album)
-Track listing:-The band:*John Palumbo — Lead vocals, guitar, synthesizer*Rick Witkowski — Guitar*Bobby Hird — Guitar*Carey Ziegler — Bass guitar*John Tracey — Drums*Glenn Workman — Keyboards, piano

Ghost (EP)
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Ghost (Gary Numan album)
Ghost is a live album first released by Gary Numan in 1988. It was recorded live at the Hammersmith Odeon in London on 25 and 26 September 1987 during Numan's Exhibition Tour . The original release was only available as a fan club mail order double LP

Ghost (Ghost album)
Ghost is the debut album by the Japanese band Ghost. It was originally released in 1990 and reissued by Drag City in 1997. The song Sun is Tangging also appeared on the compilation Tokyo Flashback Vol

Ghost (producer)
Ghost is a music producer, born in Glasgow, but now living in London, who primarily deals in British hip hop. His stage name is a reference to his tendency to spend a lot of time working in his studio, rather than being seen in public. He is regarded as one the UK's top hip hop producers

Ghost (soundtrack)
Ghost is the official soundtrack, on the Milan Records label, of the 1990 Academy Award- and Golden Globe-winning film Ghost starring Patrick Swayze, Demi Moore and Whoopi Goldberg and Tony Goldwyn

Ghost (TV series)
Ghost is a Malaysian supernatural mystery thriller television drama series produced by Popiah Pictures. The first season of ten episodes starred Nazrudin Rahman, Cheryl Samad, Carmen Soo, Reefa and Razif Hashim, and aired on 8TV beginning 3 February 2008

Ghost imaging
Ghost imaging is a technique that allows a high resolution camera to produce an image of an object which the camera cannot itself see. The first demonstrations of ghost imaging were based on the quantum nature of light. Specifically, quantum correlations between photon pairs were utilized to build up an image of the unseen object

Ghost Island (disambiguation)
Ghost Island may refer to:*Wheeler Island, Connecticut*The Isle of Wight in England*A road marking consisting of central cross-hatching which separates on-coming traffic and provides safe turning areas

Ghost Town (film)
Ghost Town is a 2008 American comedy-drama film directed by David Koepp, who also co-wrote the screenplay with John Kamps. It stars English comedian Ricky Gervais in his first leading feature-film role, as a dentist who can see and talk with ghosts, along with Téa Leoni as a young widow and Greg Kinnear as her recently deceased husband

Ghost Town (novel)
Ghost Town is the eleventh book in the Beacon Street Girls series by Annie Bryant, published by B*tween Productions, Inc..

Ghost Town (Poco album)
-Track listing:#"Ghost Town" – 5:42#"How Will You Feel Tonight" – 3:38#"Shoot For The Moon" – 2:48#"The Midnight Rodeo " – 2:39#"Cry No More" – 3:33

Ghost word
A ghost word is a meaningless word that came into existence or acceptance, not by being derived through long-standing usage, nor by being coined at need, but only as the result of an error. In the best-known examples such an error will have caused the word to be published in a dictionary or similarly authoritative reference work

Ghosts (1993 novel)
Ghosts is a novel by Irish author John Banville. Published in 1993, it was the first novel by the author since the publication of The Book of Evidence , which was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize, and features many of the same characters

Ghosts (2006 film)
Ghosts is a 2006 drama film directed by Nick Broomfield, based on the 2004 Morecambe Bay cockling disaster.-Synopsis:The film tells the story of Ai Qin, an illegal Chinese immigrant to the UK. She is at home in Fuzhou, China, where there is no work except badly paid agricultural labour, and even this is in short supply

Ghosts (album)
-Charts:

Ghosts (band)
Ghosts are a British indie/pop band from London, and were ninth on the BBC's Sound Of 2007 poll. Before signing with Atlantic Records in November 2006 they were previously known as Polanski

Ghosts (Japan song)
"Ghosts" was a single by the British band Japan from the 1981 album Tin Drum. It reached number five in the UK Singles Chart in 1982. Although it was their biggest hit, this was not enough to stop the band splitting a few months later.

Ghosts (Sleeping at Last album)
Ghosts is the major label debut of the alternative rock band Sleeping at Last. It was released on October 7, 2003 by Interscope Records.-Track listing:# "Say" – 4:24# "Currents" – 4:32# "All That Is Beautiful" – 3:10# "Ghosts" – 4:03

Ghosts (Strawbs album)
Ghosts is a studio album by English band Strawbs.-Side one:#"Ghosts" – 8:31#:"Sweet Dreams"#:"Night Light"#:"Guardian Angel"#:"Night Light"#"Lemon Pie" – 4:03#"Starshine/Angel Wine" – 5:15

Ghostwriter
A ghostwriter is a professional writer who is paid to write books, articles, stories, reports, or other texts that are officially credited to another person. Celebrities, executives, and political leaders often hire ghostwriters to draft or edit autobiographies, magazine articles, or other written material

Ghostwriter (Book Series)
As with many television shows, Ghostwriter also produced several book stories that never made it to air. This article lists all books based on the show.-The Ghostwriter Detective Guide:

Ghoul
A ghoul is a folkloric monster associated with graveyards and consuming human flesh, often classified as undead. The oldest surviving literature that mention ghouls is likely One Thousand and One Nights

Ghoul (band)
Ghoul is a thrash metal band from Oakland, California. Though the members' actual identities are meant to be concealed, it is known that some members of Ghoul also play or have played in other bands such as Impaled, Dystopia, Wolves in the Throne Room, Exhumed, Phobia, Asunder and Morbosidad

Malaspina Glacier
The Malaspina Glacier in southeastern Alaska is the largest piedmont glacier the world. Situated at the head of the Alaska Panhandle, it is about wide and long, with an area of some . It is named in honor of Alessandro Malaspina, an Italian explorer in the service of the Spanish Navy, who visited the region in 1791. In 1874, W.H. Dall, of what is now the U.S

Malassezia furfur
Malassezia is a genus of fungi. Malassezia is naturally found on the skin surfaces of many animals, including humans. In occasional opportunistic infections,

Malate dehydrogenase
Malate dehydrogenase is an enzyme in the citric acid cycle that catalyzes the conversion of malate into oxaloacetate and vice versa

Malawi
The Republic of Malawi is a landlocked country in southeast Africa that was formerly known as Nyasaland. It is bordered by Zambia to the northwest, Tanzania to the northeast, and Mozambique on the east, south and west. The country is separated from Tanzania and Mozambique by Lake Malawi. Its size is over with an estimated population of more than 13,900,000

Malay language
Malay is a major language of the Austronesian family. It is the official language of Malaysia , Indonesia , Brunei and Singapore

Malay Peninsula
The Malay Peninsula or Thai-Malay Peninsula is a peninsula in Southeast Asia. The land mass runs approximately north-south and, at its terminus, is the southern-most point of the Asian mainland

Malayala Manorama
Malayala Manorama is a daily news paper, in Malayalam language, published in the state of Kerala, India. It was first published as a weekly on 14 March 1890, and currently has a readership of over 16 million . The Malayalam word "manorama" roughly translates to "entertainer"

Malayalam literature
The term Malayalam literature refers to Literature written in Malayalam language. Malayalam is the language spoken by around 35 million people, mainly the inhabitants of the state of Kerala and the union territory of Lakshadweep Islands in India. Malayalam is a Dravidian language and thus has close association with the other Dravidian languages, especially Tamil

Malayan Colleges Laguna
The Malayan Colleges Laguna is a private, non-sectarian, and wholly owned subsidiary of Mapúa Institute of Technology along with the other subsidiaries like the Mapúa IT Center in Makati City and the Malayan High School of Science in Manila.The campus is located in Cabuyao, Laguna, where several science and industrial parks are situated

Malayan Communist Party
The Malayan Communist Party , officially known as the Communist Party of Malaya , was founded in 1930 and laid down its arms in 1989. It is most famous for its role in the Malayan Emergency.-Formation:

Malayan Tapir
The Malayan Tapir , also called the Asian Tapir, is the largest of the four species of tapir and the only one native to Asia. The scientific name refers to the East Indies, the species' natural habitat

Malayan Union
The Malayan Union was a federation of the Malay states and the Straits Settlements of Penang and Malacca. It was the successor to British Malaya and was conceived to unify the Malay Peninsula under a single government so as to simplify administration. The Malayan Union later became the independent Federation of Malaya in 1948

Malaysia Airlines
Malaysian Airline System Berhad , DBA Malaysia Airlines , is the government-owned flag carrier of Malaysia. Malaysia Airlines operates flights from its home base, Kuala Lumpur International Airport, and its eastern hub in Kota Kinabalu. It has its headquarters on the grounds of Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport in Subang, Selangor

Malaysia-Thailand border
The Malaysia-Thailand border consists of both a land boundary across the Malay Peninsula and maritime boundaries in the Straits of Malacca and the Gulf of Thailand/South China Sea. Malaysia lies to the south of the border while Thailand lies to the north

Malaysian Army
The Malaysian Army is the land component of the Malaysian Armed Forces. Steeped in British Army traditions, the Malaysian Army does not carry the title ‘royal’ as do the Royal Malaysian Air Force and the Royal Malaysian Navy

Malaysian citizenship
Malaysian nationality law is the law of Malaysia that deals with citizenship and other forms of nationality. Nationality law is mentioned in the Constitution of Malaysia.

Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency
The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency , the Malaysian Coast Guard version, is the principal government agency tasked with maintaining law and order and coordinating search and rescue operations in the Malaysian Maritime Zone and on the high seas. It is in effect the Coast Guard of Malaysia

Malaysian National Service
The National Service Training Programme, or Program Latihan Khidmat Negara , is Malaysia's national service program. The conscripts are 18-year-old youths that are selectively drafted

Malaysian Public Works Department
Malaysian Public Works Department ' or Jabatan Kerja Raya Malaysia ' is the federal government department in Malaysia under Malaysian Ministry of Works which is responsible for construction and maintenance of public infrastructure in Malaysia such as federal and state roads, public government building, electricity, waters and much more.-Building Branch

Malaysian Royal Armoured Corps
The Royal Armoured Corps or Kor Armor Diraja is the armoured forces of the Malaysian Army.-History of formation:The Royal Malayaian Armoured Corps had its beginning with two army units formed by the British Administration headed by General Sir Gerald Templer who had initiated the formation during the Malayan Emergency

Malbork Castle
The Marienburg Castle in Malbork is by area the largest castle in the world. It was built in Prussia by the Teutonic Knights, a German Roman Catholic religious order of crusaders, in a form of an Ordensburg fortress. The Order named it Marienburg

Malcolm Forbes
Malcolm Stevenson Forbes was publisher of Forbes magazine, founded by his father B. C. Forbes and today run by his son Steve Forbes.-Life and career:

Malcolm Perry (physician)
Malcolm Oliver Perry was an American physician and surgeon. Perry was the first doctor to attend to President of the United States John F. Kennedy at Parkland Memorial Hospital on November 22, 1963.

Malda district
Malda district is a district of West Bengal, India. It lies 347 km north of Kolkata, the state capital. Mango and silk are notable products of this district. The special variety of mango produced in this region, popularly known by the name of the district, is exported across the world and is acclaimed internationally

Malden Island
Malden Island, sometimes called Independence Island in the nineteenth century, is a low, arid, uninhabited island in the central Pacific Ocean, about in area

Maldives
The Maldives , , officially Republic of Maldives , also referred to as the Maldive Islands, is an island nation in the Indian Ocean formed by a double chain of twenty-six atolls oriented north-south off India's Lakshadweep islands, between Minicoy Island and

Male privilege
Male privilege is a sociological term that refers quite generally to the special rights or status granted to men in a society, on the basis of their sex or gender, but usually denied to women and/or transsexuals.

Male Revolt
The Malê Revolt is perhaps the most significant slave rebellion in Brazil. On a Sunday during Ramadan in January 1835, in the city of Salvador da Bahia, a small group of black slaves and freedmen, inspired by Muslim teachers, rose up against the government

Maleficent
Maleficent is a fictional character and the main antagonist in Walt Disney's 1959 adaptation of Sleeping Beauty. She is the self-proclaimed "Mistress of All Evil" who, after not being invited to the baby's christening, curses the infant Princess Aurora to "prick her finger on the spindle of a spinning wheel and die" before the sun sets on her sixteenth birthday

Maleic acid
Maleic acid is an organic compound that is a dicarboxylic acid, a molecule with two carboxyl groups. Maleic acid is the cis-isomer of butenedioic acid, whereas fumaric acid is the trans-isomer

Malgudi Days
Malgudi Days is an Indian television series based on the works of R.K. Narayan. The series was directed by the late Kannada actor and director, Shankar Nag and Carnatic musician L. Vaidyanathan composed the score. R. K Narayan's brother and acclaimed cartoonist R. K. Laxman was the sketch artist. The series was made in 1986 by film producer T. S

Mali Empire
The Mali Empire or Mandingo Empire or Manden Kurufa was a West African empire of the Mandinka from c. 1230 to c. 1600. The empire was founded by Sundiata Keita and became renowned for the wealth of its rulers, especially Mansa Musa I

Malice Green
Malice Green was a resident of Detroit, Michigan who died while in police custody after being arrested by Detroit police officers Walter Budzyn and Larry Nevers on November 5, 1992 during a traffic stop. Both officers were later convicted for Green's death. The official cause of death was ruled due to blunt force trauma to his head

Malkavian
The Malkavians are a clan of vampires from White Wolf Game Studio's books, role-playing games Vampire: The Masquerade and, Vampire: The Dark Ages. In modern times, they are associated with the Camarilla. Their symbol is a broken mirror

Mall of America
The Mall of America, also called MOA and the Megamall, is a shopping mall located in Bloomington, Minnesota, a suburb of the Twin Cities, in the United States. It is located southeast of the junction of Interstate 494 and Minnesota State Highway 77, north of the Minnesota River and is across the interstate from the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport

Mallard
The Mallard , or Wild Duck , is a dabbling duck which breeds throughout the temperate and subtropical Americas, Europe, Asia, and North Africa, and has been introduced to New Zealand and Australia.

Malmesbury
Malmesbury is a market town and civil parish located in the southern Cotswolds in the county of Wiltshire, England. Historically Malmesbury was a centre for learning and home to Malmesbury Abbey

Malnutrition
Malnutrition is the condition that results from taking an unbalanced diet in which certain nutrients are lacking, in excess , or in the wrong proportions.

Malolos Congress
-Further reading:*Philippine House of Representatives Congressional Library

Malonic ester synthesis
The malonic ester synthesis is a chemical reaction where diethyl malonate or another ester of malonic acid is alkylated at the carbon alpha to both carbonyl groups, and then converted to a substituted acetic acid. The major drawback of malonic ester synthesis is that the alkylation stage can also produce dialkylated structures

Malorie Blackman
Malorie Blackman OBE is an author of literature and television drama for children and young adults. She has used science fiction to explore social and ethical issues. Her critically and popularly acclaimed Noughts & Crosses series uses the setting of a fictional dystopia to explore racism

Malossi
Malossi S.p.A. is an Italian manufacturer of tuning parts for mopeds and scooters. It was founded by Armando Malossi in 1930.Among other products, Malossi produces cylinders and variators for both racing and road use

Malta
Malta , officially known as the Republic of Malta , is a Southern European country consisting of an archipelago situated in the centre of the Mediterranean, south of Sicily, east of Tunisia and north of Libya, with Gibraltar to the west and Alexandria to the east.Malta covers just over in land area, making it one of the world's smallest microstates

Maltese Dog
The Maltese is a small breed of dog in the toy group. It descends from dogs originating in the Central Mediterranean Area. The breed name and origins are generally understood to derive from the Mediterranean island of Malta; however, the name is sometimes described with reference to the Adriatic island of Mljet, or a defunct Sicilian town called Melita.- History :This ancient breed

Maltese tiger
The Maltese tiger, or blue tiger, is a sub species coloration morph of a tiger, reported mostly in the Fujian Province of China. It is said to have bluish fur with dark grey stripes. Most of the Maltese tigers reported have been of the South Chinese subspecies. The South Chinese tiger today is critically endangered, and the "blue" alleles may be wholly extinct

Malthusian catastrophe
A Malthusian catastrophe was originally foreseen to be a forced return to subsistence-level conditions once population growth had outpaced agricultural production

Maltose
Maltose , or malt sugar, is a disaccharide formed from two units of glucose joined with an αbond, formed from a condensation reaction. The isomer "isomaltose" has two glucose molecules linked through an α bond. Maltose is the second member of an important biochemical series of glucose chains. Maltose is the disaccharide produced when amylase breaks down starch

Malungon, Sarangani
-Barangays:Malungon is politically subdivided into 31 barangays.* Alkikan* Ampon* Atlae* Banahaw* Banate* B'Laan* Datal Batong* Datal Bila* Datal Tampal* J.P

Malvaceae
Malvaceae, or the mallow family, is a family of flowering plants containing over 200 genera with close to 2,300 species. Judd & al. Well known members of this family include okra, jute and cacao

Malvan
Malvan is a town in Sindhudurg District, the southernmost district of Maharashtra. This culturally and historically important town is a Taluka place in Sindhudurg District

Malvani
Malvani is a dialect of Konkani with significant Marathi influences and loanwords. Some define it as a Creole between Konkani and Marathi. Though Malvani does not have a unique script, scripts of the other languages native to the regions its speakers inhabit are used. Devanagari is used by most of the speakers. Malvani is very popular language used for newspaper articles and dramas

Mama (TV series)
Mama is a weekly Maxwell House-sponsored CBS television comedy-drama series which ran from July 1, 1949 until March 17, 1957.Based on the Kathryn Forbes memoir Mama's Bank Account, which was also adapted for the 1944 John Van Druten play and subsequent 1948 film I Remember Mama, it told the ongoing story of a loving Norwegian family living in San Francisco in the 1910s

Mambo No. 5
"Mambo No. 5" is a mambo and jive dance song originally recorded and composed by Pérez Prado in 1949.The song's popularity was renewed by Lou Bega's sampling of the original, released under the same name on Bega's 1999 debut album A Little Bit of Mambo.

MAME
MAME is an emulator application designed to recreate the hardware of arcade game systems in software on modern personal computers and other platforms. The intention is to preserve gaming history by preventing vintage games from being lost or forgotten

Mameluke Sword
A Mameluke sword is a cross-hilted, curved, scimitar-like sword historically derived from sabres used by Mamluk warriors of Mamluk Egypt from whom the sword derives its name. It is related to the shamshir, which had its origins in Persia from where the style migrated to India, Egypt and North Africa and the Turkish kilij

Mamertine Prison
The Mamertine Prison — or Tullianum — was a prison located in the Forum Romanum in Ancient Rome. It was located on the northeastern slope of the Capitoline Hill, facing the Curia and the imperial fora of Nerva, Vespasian, and Augustus

Mamfe
Mamfe is a city and capital of the Manyu department of the Southwest Province in Cameroon. It is located from the border of Nigeria, on the Manyu River. It has a population of 20,300 . It is known as a centre for traditional religion and traditional medicine

Mamie Eisenhower
Mamie Geneva Doud Eisenhower was the wife of President Dwight D. Eisenhower, and First Lady of the United States from 1953 to 1961.-Early life:

Mamluk
A Mamluk was a soldier of slave origin, who were predominantly Cumans/Kipchaks The "mamluk phenomenon", as David Ayalon dubbed the creation of the specific warrior

Mammalian embryogenesis
Mammalian embryogenesis is the process of cell division and cellular differentiation during early prenatal development which leads to the development of a mammalian embryo.-Difference from human embryogenesis:

Mammalian eye
-Dimensions:Dimensions vary only 1–2 mm among humans. The vertical diameter is 24 mm; the transverse being larger. At birth it is generally 16–17 mm, enlarging to 22.5–23 mm by three years of age. Between then and age 13 the eye attains its mature size

Mammee apple
Mammea americana, commonly known as mammee, mammee apple, mamey, mamey apple, Santo Domingo apricot or South American apricot, is an evergreen tree of the family Calophyllaceae, whose fruit is edible

Mammoth
A mammoth is any species of the extinct genus Mammuthus. These proboscideans are members of Elephantidae, the family of elephants and mammoths, and close relatives of modern elephants. They were often equipped with long curved tusks and, in northern species, a covering of long hair

Mamod
The Mamod company is a British toy manufacturer specializing in building live steam models. The company was founded in 1937 in Birmingham in the British midlands by Geoffrey Malins. The name is a contraction of Malins Models'. The first models produced were of stationary steam engines, the company later also creating models of road rollers, traction engines and steam cars

Mamoncillo
Melicoccus bijugatus, commonly called Spanish lime, genip, guinep, genipe, quenepa, mamoncillo, or honeyberry, is a fruit-bearing tree in the soapberry family Sapindaceae, native or naturalised over a wide area of the tropics, including South and Central America, Mexico, the Caribbean, and parts of Africa and the Pacific.-Taxonomy:The

Man in the Iron Mask
The Man in the Iron Mask is a name given to a prisoner arrested as Eustache Dauger in 1669 or 1670, and held in a number of jails, including the Bastille and the Fortress of Pignerol . He was held in the custody of the same jailer, Bénigne Dauvergne de Saint-Mars, for a period of 34 years

Man in the Mirror
"Man in the Mirror" is a song recorded by Michael Jackson and written and composed by Glen Ballard and Siedah Garrett. It peaked at number one in the United States when released as a single in January 1988 off his seventh solo album, Bad. It is one of Jackson's most critically acclaimed songs and it was nominated for Record of the Year at the Grammy Awards

Man of La Mancha
Man of La Mancha is a musical with a book by Dale Wasserman, lyrics by Joe Darion and music by Mitch Leigh. It is adapted from Wasserman's non-musical 1959 teleplay I, Don Quixote, which was in turn inspired by Miguel de Cervantes's seventeenth century masterpiece Don Quixote

Management
Management in all business and organizational activities is the act of getting people together to accomplish desired goals and objectives using available resources efficiently and effectively