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Glaire is a commune in the Ardennes department in northern France.-Population:

Glam is a shortened form of the word glamour.Glam or GLAM may also refer to:* GLAM , an acronym for Galleries, Libraries, Archives, and Museums, the cultural heritage institutions* Glam Media, a life-style related Web company

Glam (album)
Glam is an album by German electronica group Mouse on Mars, released in 1998. It was going to be a soundtrack for a film of the same name but both the film and the soundtrack were rejected by the studio.

Glamor (comics)
Glamor is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe.-Publication history:Glamor first appeared in The Vision and the Scarlet Witch #4 , and was created by Steve Englehart and Richard Howell

Glamorous may refer to:* Glamour * Beautiful* Stylish ;* Glamorous , a song by Fergie;* Glamorous , a song by Natalia & En Vogue;* Glamorous , a 2005 album by Denise Ho.-See also:

Glamorous (Natalia song)
"Glamorous" is the second single of Natalia's third studio-album Everything & More. The single is written by Australian singer Jade McRae and fellow Australian Adrian Newman

Glamour may refer to:* Glamour , an appearance of enhanced attractiveness* Glamour photography, photography that emphasises the allure of the model* Glamour , a magazine for women* The Glamour, an album by The Comsat Angels

Glamour (film)
Glamour is a 2000 Hungarian film directed by Frigyes Gödrös. It was Hungary's submission to the 73rd Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee.-See also:*Cinema of Hungary

Glance may refer to:* Glance Networks, an American software company, developers of the web-conferencing software Glance* Eye contact, a behavioral event related to vision* USS Glance , a Union Navy steamship during the American Civil War

A gland is an organ in an animal's body that synthesizes a substance for release of substances such as hormones or breast milk, often into the bloodstream or into cavities inside the body or its outer surface .- Types :

Glande was the leader of Sambians, one of the Prussian clans, during the Great Prussian Uprising against the papal crusades undertaken by the Teutonic Knights

Glanders is an infectious disease that occurs primarily in horses, mules, and donkeys. It can be contracted by other animals such as dogs, cats and goats

The glans is a vascular structure located at the tip of the penis in men or a homologous genital structure of the clitoris in women.-Structure:

Glare may refer to:* Glare is difficulty seeing in the presence of very bright light* A glare is a facial expression of squinted eyes and look of contempt* A call collision in telecommunications* GLARE, an advanced aerospace material

Glare (vision)
Glare is difficulty seeing in the presence of bright light such as direct or reflected sunlight or artificial light such as car headlamps at night. Because of this, some cars include mirrors with automatic anti-glare functions.

Glasgow (Amtrak station)
Glasgow, Montana is an Amtrak station in Glasgow, Montana. The station is served by Amtrak's daily Empire Builder. The station, platform, and parking are owned by BNSF Railway.

Glasgow (European Parliament constituency)
Prior to its uniform adoption of proportional representation in 1999, the United Kingdom used first-past-the-post for the European elections in England, Scotland and Wales

Glasgow kiss
Glasgow kiss may refer to:* British slang for a headbutt* "Glasgow Kiss", an instrumental from the John Petrucci album Suspended Animation

Glass is an amorphous solid material. Glasses are typically brittle and optically transparent.The most familiar type of glass, used for centuries in windows and drinking vessels, is soda-lime glass, composed of about 75% silica plus Na2O, CaO, and several minor additives

Glass (album)
Glass is the second solo album by John Illsley, former member of Dire Straits.-Track listing:#High Stakes#I Want to See the Moon#Papermen#All I Want Is You#World Is Made of Glass#Red Turns to Blue#Let's Dance#She Wants Everything#Star for Now

Glass (band)
Glass is a progressive rock trio from the Pacific Northwest who play complex original instrumental symphonic jazz-rock. The group consists of Greg Sherman on keyboards, vibes & Mellotron, his brother Jeff Sherman on bass guitar, guitar, bass pedals and keyboards, and their childhood friend Jerry Cook Glass is a progressive rock trio from the Pacific Northwest who play complex original instrumental symphonic jazz-rock. The group consists of Greg Sherman (born 1954) on keyboards, vibes & Mellotron, his brother Jeff Sherman (b. 1952) on bass guitar, guitar, bass pedals and keyboards, and their childhood friend Jerry Cook Glass is a progressive rock trio from the Pacific Northwest who play complex original instrumental symphonic jazz-rock. The group consists of Greg Sherman (born 1954) on keyboards, vibes & Mellotron, his brother Jeff Sherman (b. 1952) on bass guitar, guitar, bass pedals and keyboards, and their childhood friend Jerry Cook (b

Glass (film)
Glass is a 1958 Dutch short documentary film by director and producer Bert Haanstra. The film won the Academy Award for Documentary Short Subject in 1959. The entire film is about the glass bottle industry.-External links:*

Glasses (Who Needs 'Em?)
Glasses is a children's picture book written and illustrated by Lane Smith. It was originally released in 1991 by Viking Books. Summary: A boy is unhappy about having to wear glasses, until his doctor provides an imaginative list of well adjusted eyeglass wearers.

Glasshouse or Glasshouses may refer to:*Greenhouse, a building where plants are cultivated*Glasshouse , a 2006 novel by Charles Stross*Glasshouse , term for a military prison in the British Army

Glasshouse (British Army)
A Glasshouse, or The Glasshouse was the term for a military prison in the British Army. The first military prisons were established in 1844. The term Glasshouse originated at the military prison at Aldershot, which had a glazed roof. Over time, the sobriquet came to be applied to all British Army prisons

Glasshouse (novel)
Glasshouse is a science fiction novel by British author Charles Stross, first published in 2006. The novel is set in the twenty seventh century aboard a spacecraft adrift in interstellar space. Robin, the protagonist, has recently had his memory erased

Glassine is a very thin and smooth paper that is air and water resistant. It is translucent unless dyes are added to color it or make it opaque

This list of glassware includes drinking vessels , tableware, such as dishes, and flatware used to set a table for eating a meal, general glass items such as vases, and glasses used in the catering industry whether made of glass or plastics such as polystyrene and polycarbonate.-Drinkware:Drinkware, beverageware is a

The common name glasswort came into use in the 16th century to describe plants growing in England whose ashes could be used for making soda-based glass. The glassworts are succulent, annual "halophytes", or plants that thrive in saline environments, such as seacoasts and salt marshes

Glastonbury (disambiguation)
Glastonbury is a small town in Somerset, England.Glastonbury can also refer to:*Glastonbury Festival, a music and performing arts festival founded in 1970 near the English town*Glastonbury , a documentary about the modern English festival

Glatt may refer to:*Glatt , a river in Switzerland*Glatttalbahn, a modern rapid-transit system in the canton of Zürich*Glatt Valley, the river valley of the river Glatt and a region in the canton of Zürich in Switzerland

Glatt (Rhine)
Glatt is the name of a lesser affluent to the High Rhine in the Unterland of the canton of Zurich, Switzerland. It is long and flows out from the Greifensee thru the Glatt Valley, discharging into the Rhine by Glattfelden

Glaucous is used to describe the pale grey or bluish-green appearance of the surfaces of some plants, as well as in the names of birds, such as the Glaucous Gull , Glaucous-winged Gull , Glaucous Macaw , and Glaucous

Glaze or glazing is a thin shiny coating, or the act of applying the coating; it may refer to:In materials or engineering:* Architectural glass, a building material typically used as transparent glazing material in the building envelope

Glazer is a surname that is derived from the occupation of the glazier, or glass cutter. Some notable people with this name include:* Avram Glazer* Benjamin Glazer* Bryan Glazer* Eugene Robert Glazer, American actor* Joel Glazer* Jonathan Glazer, director

A Glazier is a construction professional who selects, cuts, installs, replaces, and removes residential, commercial, and artistic glass. Glaziers also install aluminum storefront frames and entrances, glass handrails and balustrades, shower enclosures, curtain wall framing and glass and mirror walls.An apprentice glazier can work on both commercial job sites and residential ones

Glazier (disambiguation)
A glazier is a construction professional that selects, cuts, installs, replaces, and removes residential, commercial, and artistic glass.Glazier may also refer to:* Alan Glazier , retired English darts player* Kenneth MacLean Glazier, Sr

Gleaning (birds)
Gleaning is a term for a feeding strategy by birds in which they catch invertebrate prey, mainly arthropods, by plucking them from foliage or the ground, from crevices such as rock faces and under the eaves of houses, or even, as in the case of ticks and lice, from living animals. This behavior is contrasted with hawking insects from the air or chasing after moving insects such as ants

Gleanings (album)
Gleanings is a 1977 album by jazz musician John Coltrane.-Track listing:Original LP release Gleanings .# "Big Nick” - 4:15# "Vilia” - 4:35# "Dear Old Stockholm” - 10:35# "Nature Boy” - 8:48# "One Up One Down” - 12:28

Gleba is the fleshy spore-bearing inner mass of fungi such as the puffball or stinkhorn.The gleba is a solid mass of spores, generated within an enclosed area within the sporocarp. The continuous maturity of the sporogenous cells leave the spores behind as a powdery mass that can be easily blown away

Glebe Glebe Glebe (also known as Church furlong or parson's closes is an area of land within a manor and parish used to support a parish priest.-Medieval origins:

Glebe (disambiguation)
-Church property:*Glebe, a church property, primarily land.*Glebe terrier, a document listing these properties.-Australia:*Glebe, Tasmania, suburb of Hobart, Tasmania*Glebe, New South Wales, suburb of Sydney, New South Wales

Glee may refer to:* Glee , an English type of song music* Glee , an American musical comedy-drama TV series, and related media* Glee * Glee

The OpenGL Easy Extension library automatically links OpenGL extensions and core functions at initialisation time. This saves programmers the effort of manually linking every required extension.

Glee (album)
Glee is the first album from Canadian music collective Bran Van 3000. The Canadian version was released in 15 April, 1997, through Audiogram Records and the international version was released in 17 March, 1998 through Capitol Records, with some changes from the original

Gleed may refer to:*Gleed, Washington.Gleed may also refer to:*Gleed, a fictional character in the World of Greyhawk campaign setting for the Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying game.

A glen is a valley, typically one that is long, deep, and often glacially U-shaped; or one with a watercourse running through such a valley. Whittow defines it as a "Scottish term for a deep valley in the Highlands" that is "narrower than a strath."

Glen (disambiguation)
A glen is a valley, typically one that is long, deep, and often glacially U-shaped.Glen may also refer to:-Places:Australia*Yarra Glen, VictoriaCanada*Glen Island, Nunavut*Glen Norman, Ontario*Glen River *Glen Sutton, Quebec

Glenda (given name)
Glenda is a given name, and may refer to:*Glenda Adams , Australian author*Glenda Collins, British pop singer*Glenda Farrell , American actress*Glenda Gilmore, American historian of the American South

The glengarry bonnet is a traditional boat-shaped hat without a peak made of thick-milled woollen material with a toorie on top, a rosette cockade on the left, and ribbons hanging down behind

Glengarry (disambiguation)
A Glengarry is a boat-shaped cap without a peak made of thick-milled woollen material.Glengarry may also refer to any of the following:-In Australia:*Glengarry, New South Wales, an opal mining field.*Glengarry, Tasmania

Glenn (name)
Glenn is a surname derived from the Irish/Scottish Gaelic word gleann. In the 19th century, Glenn also became common as a given name in English speaking cultures.

Glenn Albrecht
Glenn Albrecht is Professor of Sustainability at Murdoch University in Western Australia.In 2008 Albrecht finished as the Associate Professor in Environmental Studies in University of Newcastle in New South Wales.

GLib is a cross-platform software utility library that began as part of the GTK+ project. However, before releasing version 2 of GTK+, the project's developers decided to separate non-GUI-specific code from the GTK+ platform, thus creating GLib as a separate product

Glide may refer to:* Glide , early 20th century American automobile company* Glide , to fly without thrust* Glide , synonym for semivowel* Glide, Oregon, census-designated place in the United States

GLIM or Glim may refer to:* Glim, a neighborhood in Alexandria, Egypt* GLIM , a statistical software program for fitting generalized linear models* Jonas Glim, a DC Comics character

GLIM (software)
GLIM is a statistical software program for fitting generalized linear models .It was developed by the Royal Statistical Society'sWorking Party on Statistical Computing

Glimmen is a village that is part of the municipality of Haren, which lies in the province Groningen in the Netherlands. It is 10 kilometres to the city of Groningen and 5 kilometre to Haren. Glimmen has about 1700 inhabitants

GLIMMER was the first bioinformatics system for finding genes that used the interpolated Markov model formalism. It is very effective at finding genes in bacteria, archaea, and viruses, typically finding 98–99% of all protein-coding genes. The GLIMMER software is open source and can be found at the links below

Glimmer may refer to:*GLIMMER, a gene prediction software package* Glimmer , a character from the television cartoon program She-Ra*The Glimmer Twins, a nickname given to Mick Jagger and Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones

GLIMPSE is a text indexing and retrieval software program originally developed at the University of Arizona by Udi Manber, Sun Wu, and Burra Gopal. A web server version called WebGlimpse is now being maintained under a pay per line licence. Neither project could be considered open source although there are some similarities.GLIMPSE stands for GLobal IMPlicit SEarch

Glimpse may refer to:* Glimpse , an album by SONICFLOOd* Glimpse EP, an album by Trapt* A Glimpse of Tiger, a novel by Herman RaucherGLIMPSE may refer to:

Margaret George
Margaret George is an American historian and historical novelist, specializing in epic fictional biographies. She is known for her meticulous research and the large scale of her books. She was born in Nashville, Tennessee. She lives with her husband in Madison, Wisconsin

Margaret Laurence
Jean Margaret Laurence, CC was a Canadian novelist and short story writer, one of the major figures in Canadian literature.- Early years :

Margaret Lewis Norrie State Park
Margaret Lewis Norrie State Park is a state park in Dutchess County, New York in the USA. The park is located on the east shore of the Hudson River in the Town of Hyde Park

Margaret Mahy
Margaret Mahy ONZ is a well-known New Zealand author of children's and young adult books. While the plots of many of her books have strong supernatural elements, her writing concentrates on the themes of human relationships and growing up.Her books The Haunting and The Changeover: A Supernatural Romance both received the

Margaret Mead
Margaret Mead was an American cultural anthropologist, who was frequently a featured writer and speaker in the mass media throughout the 1960s and 1970s.

Margaret Mitchell
Margaret Munnerlyn Mitchell was an American author and journalist. Mitchell won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1937 for her epic American Civil War era novel, Gone with the Wind, which was the only novel by Mitchell published during her lifetime.-Family:Margaret Mitchell was born in Atlanta, Georgia in 1900 to Eugene Muse Mitchell, a

Margaret Preston
Margaret Preston was a well-known Australian artist. She was highly influential during the 1920s to 1940s for her modernist works as a painter and printmaker and for introducing Aboriginal motifs into contemporary art.-Early life:

Margaret Rhea Seddon
Margaret Rhea Seddon is a physician and retired NASA astronaut. After being selected as part of the first group of astronauts to include women, she flew on three Space Shuttle flights: as mission specialist for STS-51-D and STS-40, and as payload commander for STS-58

Margaret Singana
Margaret Singana was a South African musician.Margaret Singana started out her 'career' by singing as she cleaned houses for people. She was a domestic worker that enjoyed her occupation

Margaret Thatcher
Margaret Hilda Thatcher, Baroness Thatcher, was Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1979 to 1990

Margaret Theresa of Spain
Margaret Theresa of Spain was Holy Roman Empress, German Queen, Archduchess consort of Austria, Queen consort of Hungary and Bohemia. She was the daughter of King Philip IV of Spain and his second wife Mariana of Austria

The Margay is a spotted cat native to Middle and South America. Named for Prince Maximilian of Wied-Neuwied, it is a solitary and nocturnal animal that prefers remote sections of the rainforest. Although it was once believed to be vulnerable to extinction, the IUCN now lists it as "Near Threatened"

Marge Gets a Job
"Marge Gets a Job" is the seventh episode of The Simpsons fourth season. It was first broadcast on November 5, 1992 on Fox. In this episode, Marge gets a job at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant to pay for foundation repair at the Simpson house. Mr. Burns develops a crush on Marge after seeing her at work and attempts to woo her

Marge Simpson
Marjorie "Marge" Simpson is a fictional main character in the animated television series The Simpsons and part of the eponymous family. She is voiced by actress Julie Kavner and first appeared on television in The Tracey Ullman Show short "Good Night" on April 19, 1987

Margery Williams
Margery Williams Bianco was an English-American author, primarily of popular children's books. A professional writer since the age of nineteen, she achieved lasting fame at forty-one with the 1922 publication of the classic that is her best-known work, The Velveteen Rabbit.-Early life and writing philosophy:A native of London, Margery Winifred

Margin of error
The margin of error is a statistic expressing the amount of random sampling error in a survey's results. The larger the margin of error, the less faith one should have that the poll's reported results are close to the "true" figures; that is, the figures for the whole population

Marginal cost
In economics and finance, marginal cost is the change in total cost that arises when the quantity produced changes by one unit. That is, it is the cost of producing one more unit of a good

Margot Fonteyn
Dame Margot Fonteyn de Arias, DBE , was an English ballerina of the 20th century. She is widely regarded as one of the greatest classical ballet dancers of all time

Margot Frank
Margot Betti Frank was the older sister of Anne Frank, whose deportation order from the Gestapo hastened the Frank family into hiding, and who subsequently perished in Bergen-Belsen

Margraviate of Landsberg
The Margraviate of Landsberg was a march of the Holy Roman Empire that existed from the 12th to the 14th century. It was named after Landsberg Castle in present-day Saxony-Anhalt

Margret Rey
Margret Elizabeth Rey , born Margarete Elisabeth Waldstein, was , the co-author and illustrator of children's books, the most famous of which are the Curious George series.

Marguerite de Navarre
Marguerite de Navarre , also known as Marguerite of Angoulême and Margaret of Navarre, was the queen consort of Henry II of Navarre

Marguerite Henry
Marguerite Henry was an American writer. Henry inspired children all over the world with her love of animals, especially horses. The author of fifty-nine books based on true stories of horses and other animals, her work has captivated entire generations of children and young adults and won several Newbery Awards and Honors

Mari Sandoz
Mari Susette Sandoz was a novelist, biographer, lecturer, and teacher. She was one of Nebraska's foremost writers, and wrote extensively about pioneer life and the Plains Indians, and has been occasionally referred to as Mari S

Maria Canals Barrera
María Canals Barrera is an American actress, voice actress and singer. She is best known for her roles as Theresa Russo in Wizards of Waverly Place, Connie Torres in Camp Rock and Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam, and as the voice of Shayera Hol/Hawkgirl in Justice League and Justice League Unlimited.-Personal life:Barrera, who

Maria Gaetana Agnesi
Maria Gaetana Agnesi was an Italian linguist, mathematician, and philosopher. Agnesi is credited with writing the first book discussing both differential and integral calculus. She was an honorary member of the faculty at the University of Bologna

Maria Kliegel
-Professional career:Kliegel was born in Dillenburg, Hesse. She studied under Janos Starker starting at the age of 19. She won first prize at the American College Competition, First German Music Competition and Concours Aldo Parisot, and was also the Grand Prize winner at the 2nd Mstislav Rostropovich International Cello Competition in 1981.Russian composer Alfred Schnittke recognized her

Maria Mitchell
Maria Mitchell was an American astronomer, who in 1847, by using a telescope, discovered a comet which as a result became known as the "Miss Mitchell's Comet". She won a gold medal prize for her discovery which was presented to her by King Frederick VII of Denmark. The medal said “Not in vain do we watch the setting and rising of the stars”

Maria Montessori
Maria Montessori was an Italian physician and educator, a noted humanitarian and devout Catholic best known for the philosophy of education which bears her name

Maria Shriver
Maria Owings Shriver is an American journalist and author of six best-selling books. She has received a Peabody Award, and was co-anchor for NBC's Emmy-winning coverage of the 1988 Summer Olympics. As executive producer of The Alzheimer's Project, Shriver earned two Emmy Awards and an Academy of Television Arts & Sciences award for developing a "television show with a conscience"

Maria Tallchief
Maria Tallchief was the first native-American prima ballerina. From 1942 to 1947 she danced with the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, but she is best known for her time with the New York City Ballet from 1947 to 1965.-Early life:

Maria Theresa thaler
The Maria Theresa thaler is a silver bullion-coin that has been used in world trade continuously. Maria Theresa Thalers were first minted in 1741, using the then Reichsthaler standard of 9 thalers to the Vienna mark. In 1750 the thaler was debased to 10 thalers to the Vienna Mark

Maria W. Stewart
Maria Stewart was an African American essayist, public speaker, abolitionist, and women's rights activist.-Life and career:

Marian apparitions
A Marian apparition is an event in which the Blessed Virgin Mary is believed to have supernaturally appeared to one or more people. They are often given names based on the town in which they were reported, or on the sobriquet which was given to Mary on the occasion of the apparition

Marian Rivera
Marian Rivera is a Filipina actress and occasional singer-dancer. Her first TV role came in 2005 via TAPE Inc.'s afternoon drama, Kung Mamahalin Mo Lang Ako in the lead that was aired in GMA Network. In 2007 she was cast for the title role in the Philippine remake of MariMar

Marian Spychalski
Marian "Marek" Spychalski was a Polish architect, military commander, and communist politician.Born to a working-class family in Łódź, he graduated from the Faculty of Architecture at the Warsaw University of Technology in 1931

Mariana Koskull
Henrietta Mariana Charlotta Koskull was a Swedish noble and lady-in-waiting, known as the royal mistress of King Charles XIII of Sweden and King Charles XIV John of Sweden.

Mariana Renata
Mariana Renata Dantec is an Indonesian actress.Born to a French father Andre Dantec and Indo mother of Javanese-Chinese-Italian descent, Anita Kirana, Mariana modeled on the catwalks of Paris, Jakarta, Singapore, Vietnam before she became one of Indonesia's model for Lux's soap brand.She obtained an undergraduate degree in English

Mariana Trench
The Mariana Trench or Marianas Trench is the deepest part of the world's oceans. It is located in the western Pacific Ocean, to the east of the Mariana Islands. The trench is about long but has a mean width of only

Marianao is a town and municipality in the province of the city of Havana, Cuba, 6 miles southwest of the original city of Havana, with which it is connected by the Marianao railway. , the municipality had a population of 133,016. Marianao is on a range of hills about 1500 ft. above sea level, is noted for its salubrious climate

Mariano Azuela
Mariano Azuela González was a Mexican author and physician, best known for his fictional stories of the Mexican Revolution of 1910

Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo
Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo was a Californian military commander, politician, and rancher. He was born a subject of Spain, performed his military duties as an officer of Mexico, and shaped the transition of California from a Mexican district to an American state

Maricel Laxa
Maricel Laxa is a Filipino comedian and actress. She performed in the 1992 movie "Iisa Pa Lamang" for which she won Best Supporting Actress awards in both the 1992 FAMAS Awards and 1992 Star Awards.She graduated with a degree of B.S

Maricopa Association of Governments
The Maricopa Association of Governments is an association of governments that represents the bulk of the metropolitan area of Phoenix, Arizona. It was formed as a result of the guidelines of the 1973 Federal Transportation Act

In Arabic folklore and common mythology, a Marid , is a jinn associated with open waters of the seas and oceans where it finds sanctuary. Marids are mentioned in pre-Islamic Arabian mythology and inside the One Thousand and One Nights alongside the Jinn in the story of The Fisherman and the Jinni.-Mythology :Marids are often described as the most powerful type of jinn, having

Marie Antoinette
Marie Antoinette ; 2 November 1755 – 16 October 1793) was an Archduchess of Austria and the Queen of France and of Navarre. She was the fifteenth and penultimate child of Holy Roman Empress Maria Theresa and Holy Roman Emperor Francis I.

Marie Bashkirtseff
Marie Bashkirtseff was a Ukrainian-born diarist, painter and sculptor.

Marie Curie
Marie Skłodowska-Curie was a physicist and chemist famous for her pioneering research on radioactivity. She was the first person honored with two Nobel Prizes—in physics and chemistry

Marie Laurencin
Marie Laurencin was a French painter and printmaker. -Biography:Laurencin was born in Paris, where she was raised by her mother and lived much of her life. At 18, she studied porcelain painting in Sèvres

Marie Lloyd
Matilda Alice Victoria Wood was an English music hall singer, best known as Marie Lloyd. Her ability to add lewdness to the most innocent of lyrics led to frequent clashes with the guardians of morality

Marie-Louise Damien
Marie-Louise Damien was a French singer and actress better known by the stage name Damia.-Robert Hollard:

Marie-Thérèse Houphouët-Boigny
Marie-Thérèse Houphouët-Boigny was the First Lady of the Ivory Coast from 1960 to 1993. Her husband was Félix Houphouët-Boigny, the first President of Côte d'Ivoire.

Mariel boatlift
The Mariel boatlift was a mass emigration of Cubans who departed from Cuba's Mariel Harbor for the United States between April 15 and October 31, 1980.

Mariel boatlift
The Mariel boatlift was a mass emigration of Cubans who departed from Cuba's Mariel Harbor for the United States between April 15 and October 31, 1980.

Marielle de Sarnez
Marielle de Sarnez is a French politician and Member of the European Parliament for the Île-de-France. She is a member of the MoDem, vice-chair of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe, and sits on the European Parliament's Committee on Culture and Education.She is also substitute for the Committee on Foreign Affairs, a member of the delegation

Marikina City
Marikina, officially the City of Marikina, known as the Shoe Capital of the Philippines, was former capital of the province of Manila during the declaration of Philippine Independence and one of the sixteen cities within the Manila Metropolitan Area. Marikina is part of Eastern Manila District of Metro Manila's four districts

Marikina Science High School
The Marikina Science High School , known as MSHS or MariSci, is a public science high school located at Mayor Juan Chanyungco Street, Sta. Elena, Marikina City. It is an offshoot of the Marikina Institute of Science and Technology which split up last 2001. The third and current principal is Mr

Marilyn Horne
Marilyn Horne is an American mezzo-soprano opera singer. She specialized in roles requiring a large sound, beauty of tone, excellent breath support, and the ability to execute difficult coloratura passages.

Marilyn McCoo
Marilyn McCoo is an American singer, actress, and television presenter, who is best known for being the lead female vocalist in the group The 5th Dimension, as well as hosting the 1980s music countdown series Solid Gold

Marilyn Monroe
Marilyn Monroe was an American actress, singer, model and showgirl who became a major sex symbol, starring in a number of commercially successful motion pictures during the 1950s.

Marimar is a Mexican TV telenovela that was originally broadcast in 1994 on Televisa. Marimar is a remake of the telenovela La Venganza, which aired on Televisa in 1977 and starred Helena Rojo and Enrique Lizalde.-Plot:

The marimba is a musical instrument in the percussion family. It consists of a set of wooden keys or bars with resonators. The bars are struck with mallets to produce musical tones. The keys are arranged as those of a piano, with the accidentals raised vertically and overlapping the natural keys to aid the performer both visually and physically

MARIN (research)
MARIN, the Maritime Research Institute Netherlands, is one of the leading institutes in the world for hydrodynamic research and maritime technology. The services incorporate a unique combination of simulation, model testing, full-scale measurements and training programmes. MARIN provides services to the shipbuilding and offshore industry and governments

Marina Militare
The Italian Navy is the navy of the Italian Republic. It is one of the four branches of military forces of Italy; formed in 1946, from what remained of the Regia Marina . As of 2008, the Italian Navy had 35,200 active personnel with 180 commissioned ships, 19 Floating Docks, and 123 aircraft

In 1945, combined American and Philippine Commonwealth troops attacked from the Japanese Troops liberated to the Battle of Marinduque in the Second World War.-Archaeology:

Marine Aircraft Group 16
Marine Aircraft Group 16 is a United States Marine Corps aviation unit based at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar that is currently composed of one CH-46 Sea Knight squadron, four V-22 Osprey squadrons, four CH-53 Super Stallion squadrons, one Personnel Support Detachment and a maintenance and logistics squadron

Marine angelfish
Marine angelfish are perciform fish of the family Pomacanthidae. They are found on shallow reefs in the tropical Atlantic, Indian, and mostly western Pacific oceans. The family contains seven genera and approximately 86 species

Marine Barracks, Washington, D.C.
Marine Barracks, Washington, D.C. is located at 8th and I Streets, Southeast in Washington, D.C. Established in 1801, it is a National Historic Landmark, the oldest post in the United States Marine Corps, the official residence of the Commandant of the Marine Corps since 1806, and main ceremonial grounds of the Corps.The U.S

Marine biology
Marine biology is the scientific study of organisms in the ocean or other marine or brackish bodies of water. Given that in biology many phyla, families and genera have some species that live in the sea and others that live on land, marine biology classifies species based on the environment rather than on taxonomy