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Girl
A girl is any female human from birth through childhood and adolescence to attainment of adulthood. The term may also be used to mean a young woman.-Etymology:

Girl
A girl is any female human from birth through childhood and adolescence to attainment of adulthood. The term may also be used to mean a young woman.-Etymology:

Girl (Why You Wanna Make Me Blue)
"Girl " is a 1964 hit single by The Temptations for the Gordy label. It was the group’s first A-side release to be produced by Norman Whitfield, who co-wrote the song with Edward Holland, Jr. of the Holland-Dozier-Holland songwriting team

Girl Scout (film)
Girl Scout is a 2008 South Korean comic criminal drama film.- Plot :When the head of a credit union disappears with the credit union's money, four women create a team called Bong Chon Girl Scouts Troop #3 to recover the stolen money, and chaos ensues.- Cast :* Kim Suna ... Cho Mi-kyeong* Nah Moon-hee ... Lee I-man* Lee Kyeong-sil ..

Girl Talk (girl group)
Girl Talk was a British girl group, formed by Karen Wright and Leigh Pearce. The girls, aged 12 and 13 respectively, released their debut single, "Can The Rhythm", in 1983 on Park Records. By the next year Pearce had been replaced by Karen's sister, Julie Wright

Girlfriend
Girlfriend is a term that can refer to either a female partner in a non-marital romantic relationship or a female non-romantic friend that is closer than other friends.

Girlfriend (Alicia Keys song)
"Girlfriend" is a song by American singer–songwriter Alicia Keys. It was written by Keys, Jermaine Dupri, and Joshua Thompson and produced by Dupri for her debut album, Songs in A Minor .

Girlfriend (Avril Lavigne song)
"Girlfriend" is a song by Canadian singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne. The song was written by Lavigne with her producer Dr. Luke for Lavigne's third studio album, The Best Damn Thing . "Girlfriend" was released as the lead single from The Best Damn Thing on 27 February 2007

Girlfriend (B2K song)
Girlfriend is the second single by boy band B2K from their second studio album Pandemonium!. The song debuted at number 30 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 19 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs.-Music video:

Girlfriend (Billie song)
"Girlfriend" is a single released by Billie in 1998, from her debut album Honey to the B. It reached No. 1 in the UK, making her the youngest and first female solo singer to reach the top spot with her first two singles. A radio edit was released for the single which differs significantly from the Album Version. The Australian single has become one of Billie's rarest CD Singles

Girlfriend (Bow Wow & Omarion song)
"Girlfriend" is the first single from the collaborative album Face Off by rapper Bow Wow and R&B singer Omarion. The music video for "Girlfriend" starts off with a song titled "Can't Get Tired" playing in the background before "Girlfriend" begins. "Can't Get Tired" is also from their album Face OffThe single was released to iTunes on October 30

Girlfriend (Matthew Sweet song)
"Girlfriend" is a 1991 single by American power pop musician Matthew Sweet, released as the lead single from his third album, Girlfriend. The song reached #4 on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart and #10 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock chart.

Girlfriend (Pebbles song)
"Girlfriend" is a 1987 single from R&B singer Pebbles' self-titled debut album. Reaching number five on the Hot 100 and number one on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks chart, it was one of her biggest hits

Girlfriend (The Pillows song)
"Girlfriend" is a single released by The Pillows on March 24, 1995. The b-side, which was an arrangement of the A-side title track, "Girlfriend", was used in the award winning 1995 romance movie, Love Letter .-Track listing:#"Girlfriend"

Girlfriends (film)
Girlfriends is a 1978 comedy-drama film directed by Claudia Weill and written by Vicki Polon.-Cast:*Melanie Mayron as Susan Weinblatt*Eli Wallach as Rabbi Gold*Anita Skinner as Anne Munroe*Bob Balaban as Martin*Christopher Guest as Eric

Girlfriends (Flight of the Conchords)
"Girlfriends" is the eighth episode of the HBO comedy series Flight of the Conchords. This episode first aired in the United States on Sunday, August 5, 2007.-Plot synopsis:

Girls (Beenie Man song)
"Girls" is the first single from Beenie Man's album Undisputed featuring Akon. In 2011, it was remixed by DJ Rico Bernasconi. It was subsequently released as a single which was credited to as 'Rico Bernasconi & Beenie Man featuring Akon.'-Music Video:

Girls (comics)
Girls is an American monthly comic book limited series created by Jonathan and Joshua Luna, published by Image Comics between 2005 and 2007.

Girls (Tina Turner song)
"Girls" is a single released by American Grammy Award-winning rock/R&B singer Tina Turner, from her 1986 album Break Every Rule. This song was written by David Bowie and Erdal Kizilcay and produced by Terry Britten. Phil Collins plays drums on the recording

Girly
Girly is a webcomic created by Josh Lesnick which generally centers around the romantic relationship between two girls named Otra and Winter, as well as other citizens of the city of Cute-Town

Giro
A Giro or giro transfer is a payment transfer from one bank account to another bank account and instigated by the payer, not the payee

Giro (company)
Giro is a U.S. manufacturer of helmets, sunglasses, goggles and softgoods for cycling, skiing and snowboarding. The company was founded in 1985 by Jim Gentes and is headquartered in the Santa Cruz, California area.

Girt
In architecture or structural engineering, a girt is a horizontal structural member in a framed wall. Girts provide lateral support to the wall panel, primarily, to resist winds loads.May also be known as a sheeting rail.

Girth
In graph theory, the girth of a graph is the length of a shortest cycle contained in the graph. If the graph does not contain any cycles , its girth is defined to be infinity.

Girth
The girth of an object is a measurement around it. It is sometimes used by postal services and delivery companies as a basis for pricing. For example, Canada Post requires that an item's length plus girth not exceed a maximum allowed value. For a rectangular box, the girth is 2 * , i.e

Girth (album)
Girth is Winters Bane second album. It was released in 1997 as an independent recording. It was later re-released by DCA Recordings with the artist as "Kill Procedure".-Track listing:#"C4" - 2:48#"Kill Procedure" - 3:26#"Away" - 5:19#"Color" - 3:17

Girth (band)
Girth were a avant-garde metal band from Seattle, Washington. Dave Webb and Peijman Kouretchian began the band in 2003.-Girth duo:

GIS (disambiguation)
-Places and organizations:* Garden International School, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia* Gippsland Independent Schools, an association of schools in the Gippsland region of Victoria, Australia* Gisborne Airport, Gisborne, New Zealand

Gisela (disambiguation)
Gisela is the name of:In places:* Gisela, Arizona, a US census-designated placePeople with Gisela as the full name:* Gisela of the Franks, Abbess at Chelles Abbey , daughter of Pepin the Short, sister of Charlemagne

Giselle (disambiguation)
Giselle or Gisele may refer to:* Giselle, the ballet* Gisele Bündchen, a Brazilian model/celebrity often referred to by just her first name* Giselle * An album by Parzival * Giselli Monteiro, a Brazilian model and actress

Giselle (given name)
Giselle is a forename. The name is from Old German gesel meaning to "pledge".They may refer to:* Princess Giselle, from the Disney film Enchanted* Gisele Abramoff, vocalist of the Brazilian musical group Dalimas

Gish
Gish is the debut album by American alternative rock band The Smashing Pumpkins, released in May 1991 through Caroline Records. Frontman Billy Corgan described Gish as a "very spiritual album"

Gisselle
Gisselle Ortíz Cáceres, known simply as Gisselle is a Puerto Rican Merengue singer.-Musical career:

GIST
Gist or GIST may refer to:*Essence, the central idea or main substance*GiST, or Generalized Search Tree, a flexible data structure for building search trees*Gist , a scientific graphics library written in the C programming language

GiST
In computing, GiST or Generalized Search Tree, is a data structure and API that can be used to build a variety of disk-based search trees. GiST is a generalization of the B+ tree, providing a concurrent and recoverable height-balanced search tree infrastructure without making any assumptions about the type of data being stored, or the queries being serviced

Git
Git may refer to:* Git , a British English term of abuse* Git , a distributed version control system* Git , by Skeletons & The Girl-Faced Boys

Git (insult)
Git is mild profanity with origins in British English for a silly, incompetent, stupid, annoying, senile elderly or childish person.It is usually an insult, more severe than twit or idiot but less severe than wanker, arsehole or twat.

Gita (disambiguation)
The term 'gītā' often refers to the Sanskrit text Bhagavad Gita though there are other Sanskrit Gitas, such as:* Uddhava* Ashtavakra Gita* Ganesha Gita, part of the Ganesha Purana; see Ganesha Purana#The Ganesha Gita

Gits
Gits may refer to:*The Gits - a punk band*Ghost in the Shell - Japanese cyberpunk manga*Gits, Belgium - village in West Flanders*Gits Food Products - Indian convenience packaged food company

Giulio
Giulio may refer to:* Giulio Alberoni, Italian cardinal and statesman* Giulio Andreotti, Italian politician* Giulio Caccini , Florentine composer, significant innovator of the early Baroque era* Giulio Fioravanti, an Italian operatic baritone

Give
Give may refer to:* Give , the third studio album by The Bad Plus* Give , a small town* "Give" , the third single by American country recording artist LeAnn Rimes* Give , charitable bottled water

Give (Denmark)
Give is a railway town with a population of 4,457 in Denmark near Vejle. As a result of "The Municipal Reform" of 2007 Give Municipality was absorbed into Vejle Municipality.

Give (UK Single EP)
Give is an EP and single by American rock band Cold.-Track listing:CD:#"Give" – 3:48#"Blame" – 4:20#"Makes Her Sick" – 4:01#"Give " – 3:537"#"Give" – 3:48#"Makes Her Sick" – 4:01-Personnel:

Give and take
Give and take may refer to:*Unification Thought, the philosophical system of the Unification Church* Give and Take , a Christadelphian Bible magazine aimed at 7-11 year old Sunday School children

Give and Take
The Christadelphian Sunday School Union is an organisation which provides lessons, books, magazines and other services for Christadelphian Sunday Schools and Youth Groups. The CSSU provides lessons both for the use of teachers, and also for correspondce use

Give Back
Give Back is the fourth recorded work by Christian punk band Side Walk Slam, and was released in 2002.-Track listing:# "Another Tragedy" - 2:27# "Castles" - 2:05# "Your Eyes" - 2:52# "Spare Me" - 2:09# "One Year" - 3:03# "Bitter End" - 0:46

Give It a Whirl
Give It A Whirl: The Soundtrack from the Major Television Series is a compilation album released in 2003 by recording label, Propeller Records for the six-part New Zealand Documentary Give It A Whirl. The Documentary, released in 2003, traced the development of New Zealand music from the 50's through to 2003

Give It a Whirl
Give It A Whirl: The Soundtrack from the Major Television Series is a compilation album released in 2003 by recording label, Propeller Records for the six-part New Zealand Documentary Give It A Whirl. The Documentary, released in 2003, traced the development of New Zealand music from the 50's through to 2003

Give Up
Give Up is the debut album by electronic pop duo The Postal Service. Released on February 19, 2003, it was the second Sub Pop Records release to receive gold certification, and was Sub Pop's best selling album since Nirvana's Bleach. The album peaked at #114 on the U.S

Give Up (disambiguation)
Give Up or similar may refer to:*Give Up, a 2003 album by The Postal Service*"Give Up", a song by Diana Ross from her 1980 album Diana*"Give Up", a song by CSS from their 2008 album Donkey

Given
A given is an assumption that is believed to be unquestionably true.Given may further refer to:* Given, West Virginia, United States* Shay Given , Irish footballer* Given Imaging, an Israeli medical technology company

Given name
A given name, in Western contexts often referred to as a first name, is a personal name that specifies and differentiates between members of a group of individuals, especially in a family, all of whose members usually share the same family name

Givens
Givens is a surname. It may refer to:* Adele Givens - American comedy actress* Charles J. Givens - American "get-rich-quick" author* Darla Givens - American TV broadcast meteorologist* David Givens - American football player

Giving
Giving may refer to:* Gift, the transfer of something without the expectation of receiving something in return* Generosity, the habit of giving freely without expecting anything in return

Gizmo
Gizmo may refer to:In technology:* The Gizmo or "Gizmotron" is an effect unit for the electric guitar* Gizmo key, found on certain flutes* Gizmo5, a peer-to-peer Internet telephony and instant messaging software application

Gizzard
The gizzard, also referred to as the ventriculus, gastric mill, and gigerium, is an organ found in the digestive tract of some animals, including birds, reptiles, earthworms and some fish. This specialized stomach constructed of thick, muscular walls is used for grinding up food; often rocks are instrumental in this process

Glacier (disambiguation)
Glacier may refer to:*Glacier, a geological formation of ice*Glacier, Washington, a census-designated place in Whatcom County, Washington*Glacier , a Japanese rock band*Ring name of professional wrestler Ray Lloyd

Glad
- People :*John Glad , an American academic, retired professor of Russian studies*Glad , ruler in the territory of Banat, who was defeated by the Magyars during the 10th century- Organizations :

Gladden
Gladden may mean to bring happiness or to become happier; it may also refer to:-Surname:* Eddie Gladden , American jazz drummer* Dan Gladden , American former Major League Baseball player* Lisa A

Glade
-Geography:*Glade , open area in woodland, synonym for "clearing"**Glade skiing, skiing amongst treesPlaces in the United States*Glade, California, a former town in Lassen County*Glade, Kansas, a city in Phillips County

Gladiator (Hercules episode)
"Gladiator" is the 10th episode of the first season of the television series Hercules: The Legendary Journeys. Written by Robert Bielak and directed by Garth Maxwell, it first aired in the United States on March 20, 1995.-Overview:

Gladiators
Gladiators is a sports entertainment television show that was an international success during the 1990s and early 2000s with shows being filmed in America, Finland, The United Kingdom, Australia, South Africa, Sweden, Nigeria and Denmark. Russia, Germany, The Bahamas and Japan would also compete in international shows during the series

Gladiators (2008 Australian TV series)
Gladiators was an Australian television series which aired on the Seven Network in 2008. It was a revival of the earlier series of the same name, and was based on the American version of the show, which was also revived in 2008.

Gladiators (2008 UK TV series)
Gladiators was a British television series which aired on Sky1 from 11 May 2008 to 25 October 2009. It was filmed in Shepperton Studios and was produced by Shine Limited. It was a revival of the earlier series of the same name and based on the American version of the show. The US, UK and [Gladiators |Australian]] versions of the show were all revived in 2008

Gladiators (TV series)
There have been several TV series based on the Gladiators concept:* International competitions** International Gladiators 1** International Gladiators 2** Gladiators: The Ashes 1** Gladiators: The Ashes 2** Gladiators: Springbok Challenge 2* United Kingdom

Gladius (disambiguation)
The word Gladius can mean:* A Gladius is a Roman sword* Gladius simulates a gladiator school* Gladius, a long thin hard horn-like bodypart inside a squid. It is the vestige of its mollusc shell.

Gladys (given name)
Gladys is a feminine name from the Welsh name Gwladus or Gwladys, which bears the meaning of royalty or the gladiolus flower.It has been sometimes used as a Welsh form of Claudia.- People :*Gladys Aylward , English Missionary to China

Maratha clan system
The Marāthā clan system refers to the network of families and surnames within the Maratha culture of India. The Maratha primarily reside in the Indian states of Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Karnataka, Goa and Tamilnadu

Maratha Empire
The Maratha Empire or the Maratha Confederacy was an Indian imperial power that existed from 1674 to 1818. At its peak, the empire covered much of South Asia, encompassing a territory of over 2.8 million km².

Maratha Light Infantry
The Maratha Light Infantry is a light infantry regiment of the Indian Army. It was formed as the 103rd Maharattas in 1768, making it the most senior light infantry regiment of the Army.

Marathi cinema
Marathi cinema refers to films produced in the Marathi language in the state of Maharashtra, India. It is the oldest and pioneer film industry in India

Marathi grammar
The grammar of the Marathi language shares similarities with other modern Indo-Aryan languages such as Hindi, Gujarati, Punjabi, etc. The first modern book exclusively on Marathi Grammar was printed in 1805 by 'William Kerry'.

Marathi language
Marathi is an Indo-Aryan language spoken by the Marathi people of western and central India. It is the official language of the state of Maharashtra. There are over 68 million fluent speakers worldwide. Marathi has the fourth largest number of native speakers in India and is the fifteenth most spoken language in the world

Marathi people
The Marathi people or Maharashtrians are an Indo-Aryan ethnic group, that inhabit the Maharashtra region and state of western India. Their language Marathi is part of the southern group of Indo-Aryan languages

Marathon
The marathon is a long-distance running event with an official distance of 42.195 kilometres , that is usually run as a road race

Marathon Oil
Marathon Oil Corporation is a United States-based oil and natural gas exploration and production company. Principal exploration activities are in the United States, Norway, Equatorial Guinea, Angola and Canada. Principal development activities are in the United States, the United Kingdom, Norway, Equatorial Guinea, and Gabon

Marathon, Florida
Marathon is a city on Knight's Key, Boot Key, Key Vaca, Fat Deer Key, Long Point Key, Crawl Key and Grassy Key islands in the middle Florida Keys, in Monroe County, Florida, in the United States. As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 10,255. As of 2005, the population estimated by the U.S

Marble
Marble is a metamorphic rock composed of recrystallized carbonate minerals, most commonly calcite or dolomite.Geologists use the term "marble" to refer to metamorphosed limestone; however stonemasons use the term more broadly to encompass unmetamorphosed limestone.Marble is commonly used for sculpture and as a building material.-Etymology:The word "marble" derives from the

Marble (KDE)
Marble is a virtual globe that allows the user to choose among the Earth, the Moon, Venus, Mars and other planets. It is free software under the terms of the GNU LGPL, developed by KDE and the free-software / open-source communities for use on personal computers running a Qt4-compatible operating system.Marble is intended to be very flexible; beyond its cross-platform design, the core

Marble Arch tube station
Marble Arch is a London Underground station in the City of Westminster. The station is between Lancaster Gate and Bond Street stations on the Central line, and is in Travelcard Zone 1.-History:

Marble Hill Nuclear Power Plant
Marble Hill Nuclear Power Station is a nuclear power plant in Saluda Township, Jefferson County, near Hanover, Indiana, USA

Marble sculpture
Marble sculpture is the art of creating three-dimensional forms from marble. Sculpture is among the oldest of the arts. Even before painting cave walls, early humans fashioned shapes from stone. From these beginnings, artifacts have evolved to their current complexity

Marbled polecat
The marbled polecat is a small mammal belonging to the monotypic genus Vormela within the Mustelinae subfamily. Vormela is from the German word Würmlein, which means "little Worm". The term peregusna comes from pereguznya, which is Ukrainian for polecat

Marbles
A marble is a small spherical toy usually made from glass, clay, steel, or agate. These balls vary in size. Most commonly, they are about ½ inch in diameter, but they may range from less than ¼ inch to over 3 inches , while some art glass marbles fordisplay purposes are over 12 inches wide

Marbury v. Madison
Marbury v. Madison, is a landmark case in United States law and in the history of law worldwide. It formed the basis for the exercise of judicial review in the United States under Article III of the Constitution. It was also the first time in Western history a court invalidated a law by declaring it "unconstitutional", a process called judicial review

Marc Bloch
Marc Léopold Benjamin Bloch was a French historian who cofounded the highly influential Annales School of French social history. Bloch was a quintessential modernist. An assimilated Alsatian Jew from an academic family in Paris, he was deeply affected in his youth by the Dreyfus Affair

Marc Chagall
Marc Chagall Art critic Robert Hughes referred to Chagall as "the quintessential Jewish artist of the twentieth century."According to art historian Michael J

Marc Garneau
Joseph Jean-Pierre Marc Garneau, CC CD FCASI MP is a Canadian retired military officer, former astronaut, engineer and politician.Garneau was the first Canadian in space taking part in three flights aboard NASA Space shuttles

Marc Jacobs
Marc Jacobs is an American fashion designer. He is the head designer for Marc Jacobs, as well as Marc by Marc Jacobs, a diffusion line, with more than 200 retail stores in 60 countries. He has been the creative director of the French design house Louis Vuitton since 1997

Marc Mitscher
Admiral Marc Andrew "Pete" Mitscher was an admiral in the United States Navy who served as commander of the Fast Carrier Task Force in the Pacific in the latter half of World War II.-Early life and career:

Marc Sleen
Marcel Honoree Nestor, Knight Neels , known with his pseudonym Marc Sleen, is a Flemish/Belgian comics artist and cartoonist. He is mostly known for his comic The adventures of Nero and co.-Biography:

Marc-Antoine Laugier
The abbé Marc-Antoine Laugier was a Jesuit priest and architectural theorist. Laugier is best known for his Essay on Architecture published in 1753. In 1755 he published the second edition with a famous, often reproduced illustration of a primitive hut

Marcel Breuer
Marcel Lajos Breuer , was a Hungarian-born modernist, architect and furniture designer of Jewish descent. One of the masters of Modernism, Breuer displayed interest in modular construction and simple forms.- Life and work :Known to his friends and associates as Lajkó, Breuer studied and taught at the Bauhaus in the 1920s

Marcel Duchamp
Marcel Duchamp was a French artist whose work is most often associated with the Dadaist and Surrealist movements. Considered by some to be one of the most important artists of the 20th century, Duchamp's output influenced the development of post-World War I Western art

Marcel Janco
Marcel Janco was a Romanian and Israeli visual artist, architect, art theorist and cultural promoter, known as the co-inventor of Dadaism and a leading exponent of Constructivism in Eastern Europe. His first contribution came in the 1910s, when he joined up with poets Tristan Tzara and Ion Vinea on the Romanian art magazine Simbolul

Marcel Marceau
Marcel Marceau was an internationally acclaimed French actor and mime most famous for his persona as Bip the Clown.-Early years:

Marcellin Boule
Marcellin Boule was a French palaeontologist.He studied and published the first analysis of a complete Homo neanderthalensis. The fossil discovered in La Chapelle-aux-Saints was an old man, and Boule characterized it as brutish, bent kneed and not a fully erect biped

Marcellin Champagnat
Saint Marcellin Joseph Benedict Champagnat was born in Rozet, village of Marlhes, near St. Etienne , France

Marcellin College Randwick
Marcellin College Randwick is a systemic Roman Catholic, secondary, day school for boys, located in Randwick, a south-eastern suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

Marcello Malpighi
Marcello Malpighi was an Italian doctor, who gave his name to several physiological features, like the Malpighian tubule system.-Early years:

Marcelo H. del Pilar
Marcelo Hilario del Pilar y Gatmaitán , better known by his nom-de-plume Plaridel, was a celebrated figure in the Philippine Revolution and a leading propagandist for reforms in the Philippines A master polemicist in both the Tagalog and Spanish languages, he helped the Propaganda Movement through his speeches and liberal writings on the

Marcelo Ramos Motta
Marcelo Ramos Motta was a Thelemic writer from Brazil, and member of A∴A∴.Early life=Motta was born at the city of Rio de Janeiro . Very little is known about his childhood, only that he was born into a family with Swiss-German ancestry and received a very strict education, amplified by his admission at the Military Academy of Rio de Janeiro

March (music)
A march, as a musical genre, is a piece of music with a strong regular rhythm which in origin was expressly written for marching to and most frequently performed by a military band. In mood, marches range from the moving death march in Wagner's Götterdämmerung to the brisk military marches of John Philip Sousa and the martial hymns of the late 19th century

March of Dimes
The March of Dimes Foundation is a United States nonprofit organization that works to improve the health of mothers and babies.-Organization:

Marcio Maximo
Márcio Máximo Barcellos is a Brazilian football manager.-Career:Máximo was a member of Brazil's under-17 and under-20 sides coach staff from 1992 until 1993. The teams included the future stars like Ronaldo and Ronaldinho

Marco Andreolli
Marco Andreolli is an Italian footballer who plays for Serie A club Chievo Verona. Andreolli has previously played for Internazionale and Roma.-Club career:

Marco Polo
Marco Polo was a Venetian merchant traveler from the Venetian Republic whose travels are recorded in Il Milione, a book which did much to introduce Europeans to Central Asia and China. He learned about trading whilst his father and uncle, Niccolò and Maffeo, travelled through Asia and apparently met Kublai Khan. In 1269, they returned to Venice to meet Marco for the first time

Marco Rubio
Marco Antonio Rubio is the junior United States Senator from Florida . A member of the Republican Party, he previously served as Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives .

Marconi Company
The Marconi Company Ltd. was founded by Guglielmo Marconi in 1897 as The Wireless Telegraph & Signal Company

Marcopolo S.A.
Marcopolo S.A. is a bus manufacturer founded on August 6, 1949, in the southern Brazilian city of Caxias do Sul, state of Rio Grande do Sul. The company manufactures the bodies for a whole range of coaches, e.g. microbus, intercity and touring coach

MARCOS (India)
MARCOS is an elite special operations unit of the Indian Navy. "MARCOS" is short for "Marine Commandos".

Marcus Daly
Marcus Daly redirects here, see also Marcus Daly Marcus Daly was an Irish-born American businessman known as one of the three "Copper Kings" of Butte, Montana, United States.- Early life:

Marcus Garvey
Marcus Mosiah Garvey, Jr., ONH was a Jamaican publisher, journalist, entrepreneur, and orator who was a staunch proponent of the Black Nationalism and Pan-Africanism movements, to which end he founded the Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League

Marcus Junius Brutus
Marcus Junius Brutus , often referred to as Brutus, was a politician of the late Roman Republic. After being adopted by his uncle he used the name Quintus Servilius Caepio Brutus, but eventually returned to using his original name

Marcus Reno
Marcus Albert Reno was a career military officer in the American Civil War and in the Black Hills War against the Lakota and Northern Cheyenne

Marcus Terentius Varro
Marcus Terentius Varro was an ancient Roman scholar and writer. He is sometimes called Varro Reatinus to distinguish him from his younger contemporary Varro Atacinus.-Biography:

Marcus Tullius Tiro
Marcus Tullius Tiro was first a slave, then a freedman of Cicero.The date of Tiro's birth is uncertain. From Jerome it can be dated to 103 BC, which would make him only a little younger than Cicero

Marcus Vick
Marcus Vick is a former college and professional football player. He is the younger brother of Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick, who also began playing high school football in Newport News Public Schools. After accepting a full scholarship to attend Virginia Tech, Marcus played quarterback for the team

Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa
Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa was a Roman statesman and general. He was a close friend, son-in-law, lieutenant and defense minister to Octavian, the future Emperor Caesar Augustus

Marcus Welby, M.D.
Marcus Welby, M.D. is an American medical drama television program that aired on ABC from September 23, 1969, to July 29, 1976. It starred Robert Young as a family practitioner with a kind bedside manner, and was produced by David Victor and David J. O'Connell

Marduk
Marduk was the Babylonian name of a late-generation god from ancient Mesopotamia and patron deity of the city of Babylon, who, when Babylon became the political center of the Euphrates valley in the time of Hammurabi , started to

Mare
Female horses are called mares.Mare is the Latin word for "sea".The word may also refer to:-People:* Ahmed Marzooq, also known as Mare, a footballer and Secretary General of Maldives Olympic Committee* Mare Winningham, American actress and singer

Mare Serenitatis
Mare Serenitatis is a lunar mare that sits just to the east of Mare Imbrium on the Moon.It is located within the Serenitatis basin, which is of the Nectarian epoch. The material surrounding the mare is of the Lower Imbrian epoch, while the mare material is of the Upper Imbrian epoch

Mareeba, Queensland
Mareeba is a town on the Atherton Tableland in Far North Queensland, Australia. The town is above sea level on the confluence of the Barron River, Granite Creek and Emerald Creek. The town's name is derived from an Aboriginal word meaning meeting of the waters

Marehan
The Marehan are a Somali clan. They are one of the major Darod sub-clans, forming a part of the Sade confederation of clans. The majority of the Marehan live in the Jubbada Hoose, Gedo and Jubbada Dhexe regions in southwestern Somalia, as well as the Galguduud and Mudug regions in central Somalia, the Ogaden, and the North Eastern Province.-History:One of the earliest

Maremma Sheepdog
The Maremma Sheepdog, in Italian Cane da pastore Maremmano-Abruzzese, usually referred to as just Maremmano, is a breed of livestock guardian dog indigenous to central Italy, particularly to Abruzzo and the Maremma region of Tuscany and Lazio. It has been used for centuries by Italian shepherds to guard sheep from wolves

Marengo, Illinois
Marengo is a city in McHenry County, Illinois, United States. The population was 6,355 at the 2000 census.- Geography :Marengo is located at .According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of , all of it land.-Major Streets:

Mares of Diomedes
The Mares of Diomedes, also called the Mares of Thrace, were four man-eating horses in Greek mythology. Magnificent, wild, and uncontrollable, they belonged to the giant Diomedes , king of Thrace, a son of Ares and Cyrene who lived on the shores of the Black Sea

Marfa lights
The Marfa lights, also known as the Marfa ghost lights, have been observed near U.S. Route 67 on Mitchell Flat east of Marfa, Texas, in the United States

Margam Abbey
Margam Abbey was a Cistercian monastery, located in the village of Margam, a suburb of modern Port Talbot in Wales.-History:The abbey was founded in 1147 as a daughter house of Clairvaux by Robert, Earl of Gloucester and was dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary. The abbey was dissolved by King Henry VIII of England in 1536 and sold to Sir Rice Mansel

Margam Castle
Margam Castle is a large mansion house built in Margam, Port Talbot, Wales, for the Talbot family. It was built on a site which had been occupied for some 4000 years and from the 11th century was an abbey. The "castle" is actually a comfortable Victorian era country house, one of many "mock" or "revival" castles built in the 19th century during the Gothic Revival

Margaret Benson
Margaret Benson was an English author and amateur Egyptologist and one of the six children of Edward White Benson, an Anglican clergyman , and his wife Mary Sidgwick Benson, the sister of philosopher Henry Sidgwick

Margaret Cavendish
Margaret Cavendish, Duchess of Newcastle-upon-Tyne was an English aristocrat, a prolific writer, and a scientist. Born Margaret Lucas, she was the youngest sister of prominent royalists Sir John Lucas and Sir Charles Lucas

Margaret Fuller
Sarah Margaret Fuller Ossoli, commonly known as Margaret Fuller, was an American journalist, critic, and women's rights advocate associated with the American transcendentalism movement. She was the first full-time American female book reviewer in journalism

Margaret Gardiner
Margaret Gardiner, from Woodstock, South Africa is the winner of the Miss Universe pageant in 1978. She was 18 years old when she won the pageant.. , Palm Beach Post . , St