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Glimpse (album)
Glimpse: Live Recordings from Around the World is SONICFLOOd's sixth album. It was released on October 31, 2006.-Track listing:# "Your Love Goes On Forever"# "Open the Eyes of My Heart"# "You Are"# "I Want to Know You"# "Resonate"# "God Is Here"

Glint is an American electronic rock band composed of chief songwriter Jase Blankfort , Mateus Tebaldi , and Philip Kuperberg

A glioma is a type of tumor that starts in the brain or spine. It is called a glioma because it arises from glial cells. The most common site of gliomas is the brain.-By type of cell:

Glirinae is a subfamily of dormice .It contains two extant genera, each one having one species:Subfamily Glirinae*Genus Glirulus**Japanese Dormouse, Glirulus japonicus*Genus Glis**Edible Dormouse, Glis glis

Glis is an Electronic / Industrial music project founded in 2001 by Shaun Frandsen of Seattle, WA . The band has experienced several lineup changes and guest appearances, with frontman Shaun Frandsen acting as the primary producer, vocalist, songwriter, and instrumentalist

In music, a glissando is a glide from one pitch to another. It is an Italianized musical term derived from the French glisser, to glide. In some contexts it is distinguished from the continuous portamento

A glitch is a short-lived fault in a system. It is often used to describe a transient fault that corrects itself, and is therefore difficult to troubleshoot

Glitch (film)
Glitch! is a 1988 American comedy film directed by Nico Mastorakis. It involves two petty thieves who accidentally become casting directors of a film with a large number of beautiful girls, and later they must dodge the Mafia.

Glitter describes an assortment of very small pieces of copolymer plastics, aluminum foil, titanium dioxide, iron oxides, bismuth oxychloride or other materials painted in metallic, neon and iridescent colors to reflect light in a sparkling spectrum

Glitter (Kaya album)
Glitter is the debut album of ex-Schwarz Stein vocalist Kaya, released on December 27, 2006.Glitter contains remixes Kaya's first two singles "Kaleidoscope" and "Masquerade", as well as "Psycho Butterfly", the B-side of "Masquerade"

Glitz (software)
Glitz is a software library for 2D graphics which provides hardware acceleration using OpenGL, an API for 3D graphics. Glitz is open-source software, licensed under the MIT License

Glo (band)
Glo is a modern rock band from Montreal, Canada formed in 2001. They consist of Rick , Eddie , and Patrick . Glo first came onto the Montreal music scene soon after the start of the new millennia.

Gloaming may refer to:* Gloaming, or twilight, the time after sunset and before dark* Gloaming , a famous Australian-bred racehorse who was owned, trained and based in New Zealand

Glob (TV series)
Glob is an Italian television comedy produced by Enrico Bertolino which addresses the language of communication used by the mass media and other such topics. The show offers numerous observations on the poor communication of television journalists.

Global means of or referring to a globe and may also refer to:-Entertainment:* Global , 2003* Global , 2007* Global , 1989* Global Underground, music label* Bruno J

Global (album)
Global is a DVD and CD set of Paul van Dyk's worldwide DJ-ing tours. The CD is a music-only version of the DVD. DVD extras include videos of Another Way, For An Angel, Forbidden Fruit, We Are Alive and Tell Me Why .-Track listing:#We Are Alive – 3:19#Seven Ways – 5:12#Forbidden Fruit – 6:16#Beautiful Place –

Global (Bunji Garlin album)
Global is an album by Trinidadian Ragga Soca artist Bunji Garlin released in 2007 by VP Records. The album is Garlin's first that he aimed at international audiences, with previous released aimed only at the West Indies, and he explained "In order for the genre to grow, we have to put out music that people throughout all of the islands can feel, not just for Trinidad"

Global (Humanoid album)
Global is the debut album by Brian Dougans, most famous for being part of the British electronica group The Future Sound of London. Far removed from FSOL's ambient, techno and trip-hop, it is composed largely of US style vocal house, including singer Ben Ofoedu, most famous for his work with duo Phats & Small in the 1990s

Global distillation
Global distillation or the grasshopper effect is the geochemical process by which certain chemicals, most notably persistent organic pollutants , are transported from warmer to colder regions of the Earth, particularly the Poles and mountain tops

Global Village (term)
Global Village is a term closely associated with Marshall McLuhan, popularized in his books The Gutenberg Galaxy: The Making of Typographic Man and Understanding Media . McLuhan described how the globe has been contracted into a village by electric technology and the instantaneous movement of information from every quarter to every point at the same time

Globe (comics)
The Globe is a fictional DC Comics supervillain and enemy of Batman created by Paul Dini and Dustin Nguyen.He is obsessed with maps and "plots crimes by latitude, longitude, time zones and the shape of landmasses." Though the Globe has no superpowers, his massive bulk makes him a formidable opponent.In Detective Comics #840 , Batman finds the

Globe (Sacramento RT)
Globe is an island platformed Sacramento RT light rail station in Sacramento, California, United States. The station was opened on March 12, 1987, and is operated by the Sacramento Regional Transit District as part of the Blue Line. It is located in the median of Del Paso Boulevard at Globe Avenue. The station serves an area of office parks and light industry

Globule can refer to:* Bok globule* Drop ** Antibubbles of liquid on top of a surface of liquid* Globule * Molten globule

Globus pallidus
The globus pallidus also known as paleostriatum, is a sub-cortical structure of the brain. Topographically, it is part of the telencephalon, but retains close functional ties with the subthalamus - both of which are part of the extrapyramidal motor system

A glockenspiel is a percussion instrument composed of a set of tuned keys arranged in the fashion of the keyboard of a piano. In this way, it is similar to the xylophone; however, the xylophone's bars are made of wood, while the glockenspiel's are metal plates or tubes, and making it a metallophone

Glog may refer to:*a graphics blog or graphical blog; online rich media poster*Mulled wine, also called Glögg*G-Log, software company

Gloom is a depressing darkness.People describe light conditions as gloomy when the rods in their eyes take over from the cones and so their vision becomes shades of grey as they lose their colour vision. Low light of this sort is associated with depression

Gloomy can refer to:*melancholia*The song Gloomy Sunday*The song Gloomy from the self-titled album Creedence Clearwater Revival*The Gloomy Dean, nickname of William Ralph Inge*Gloomy Bear, a fictional character*Gloomy Galleon

Gloria (1999 film)
Gloria is a remake of the 1980 film written and directed by John Cassavetes. It was directed by Sidney Lumet and starred Sharon Stone as Gloria. It is also notable as George C. Scott's final film

Gloria (singer)
Galina Peneva Ivanova , better known as Gloria , is a famous Bulgarian Pop, Dance, Rock, and Pop folk singer. Arguably the most popular of her generation, she is known as the Mother of pop-folk.

Glories may refer to:* The plural of the English word glory*Glòries, a usual shortened form of Plaça de les Glòries Catalanes, a major square in Barcelona.

-Catholicism:For the process by which the Roman Catholic Church or Anglican Communion grants official recognition to someone as a saint, see canonization.-Eastern Orthodox Church:

Glorification (album)
Glorification is the first EP by Swedish black metal band Marduk. It was recorded and mixed at The Abyss in May 1996 and released that September by Osmose Productions.-Track listing:-Personnel:Marduk* Legion – vocals

Gloriosa can refer to:*Gloriosa , a lily*Gloriosa , a concert band work composed by Yasuhide Ito*Gloriosa

Gloriosa (poem)
Gloriosa is a "symphonic poem for band" composed by Yasuhide Ito. There are three movements which include: Oratio , Cantus , and Dies Festus . These songs are about Japanese Christians of the Edo Period and their fight to keep their ways unchanged.- References :*

Glorious is the title of British comedian Eddie Izzard's 1997 performance at the Hammersmith Apollo. The performance was released on VHS The performance cover topics such as the siege of Troy, Noah's Ark, the Royal Family to the birth of baby Jesus

Glorious may refer to:* Glorious , a 1977 album by Gloria Gaynor* "Glorious" , 1999* "Glorious" , 2007* "Glorious" * "Glorious" , 2011

Glorious (Gloria Gaynor album)
Glorious is American singer Gloria Gaynor's fourth studio album. It was released in 1977 on Polydor Records.The album has never been re-released on CD.-Track listing:Side one# "Why Should I Pay" -

Glorious (Natalie Imbruglia song)
"Glorious" is the single taken from Glorious: The Singles 1997-2007, the 2007 hits compilation by Natalie Imbruglia.-Music video:The music video for "Glorious" was directed by Frank Borin , and roaded in California.The video is inspired by the movie Y Tu Mamá También, in which Imbruglia collaborated before in the soundtrack, with

Glory (album)
Glory is the second studio album under BEC Recordings by the Christian rapper Manafest. In 2007, the album was nominated for a GMA Dove Award in the category Rap/Hip Hop Album of the Year.- Track listing :# "Don't Turn Away"

Glory (satellite)
The Glory satellite was a planned NASA satellite mission that would have collected data on the chemical, micro-physical and optical properties—and the spatial and temporal distributions—of sulfate and other aerosols, and would have collected solar irradiance data for the long-term climate record

Glory Box (Portishead song)
"Glory Box" is a single by Portishead, released in 1995. The title song samples "Ike's Rap II" by Isaac Hayes. The music video features lead singer Beth Gibbons dressed as a man.

Glory hole
Glory hole may refer to:* Glory hole, surface depression produced block caving in underground mining* Glory hole , a type of underwater excavation* Glory hole * Glory hole, reheating furnace for glassblowing

Glory hole (petroleum production)
A glory hole in the context of the offshore petroleum industry is an excavation into the sea floor designed to protect the wellhead equipment installed at the surface of a petroleum well from icebergs or pack ice. An economically attractive alternative for exploiting offshore petroleum resources is a floating platform; however, ice can pose a serious hazard to this solution

Glosa is an international auxiliary language based on a previous draft auxiliary called Interglossa. As an isolating language, there are no inflections, so that words always remain in their dictionary form, no matter what function they have in the sentence

A gloss is a brief notation of the meaning of a word or wording in a text. It may be in the language of the text, or in the reader's language if that is different.

Gloss (paint)
Paint and other finishes come in a variety of finish gloss levels, which correspond to different levels of specular reflection.Some common names for levels of gloss include: flat, matte, eggshell, satin, silk, semi-gloss, high gloss. These terms are not standardized, and not all manufacturers use all these terms.Gloss level and sheen level are terms that are often used interchangeably

Gloss (TV series)
Gloss was a television drama series in New Zealand that screened from 1987-1990. The series was about a fictional publishing empire run by the Redfern family.

A glossary, also known as an idioticon, vocabulary, or clavis, is an alphabetical list of terms in a particular domain of knowledge with the definitions for those terms

Glossary of nautical terms
This is a glossary of nautical terms; some remain current, many date from the 17th-19th century. See also Wiktionary's nautical terms, :Category:Nautical terms, and Nautical metaphors in English.- A :

Glossata is the suborder of the insect order Lepidoptera that includes all the superfamilies of moths and butterflies that have a coilable proboscis. .

Glossohyal is the term used in fish anatomy for the tongue and hyoid bone. It is the lingual plate, which is a dermal toothed bone that covers or fuses with the basihyal. The glossohyal changes its proportions when the fish increases in size.

Glossolalia or speaking in tongues is the fluid vocalizing of speech-like syllables, often as part of religious practice. The significance of glossolalia has varied with time and place, with some considering it a part of a sacred language

Glossophilia is a love of language, be it foreign or native. The term refers to people with a deep and passionate love for language and the structure of language. Glossophiles often study deeply literary terminology as well as grammar, punctuation and language structure. It is often the case that a deep interest in lexical choice and imagery is common

Glossy Antshrike
The Glossy Antshrike is a species of bird in the Thamnophilidae family, the antbirds.The Glossy Antshrike is endemic to Brazil, and can only be found near the Amazon River's outlet at the western Atlantic Ocean, and mostly the southern side of the river-; its range extent west to east is about 3000 km

Glottal can mean:*related to the glottis.*related to the vocal folds.*glottal consonant.*related to glottalization.

Glottal stop
The glottal stop, or more fully, the voiceless glottal plosive, is a type of consonantal sound used in many spoken languages. In English, the feature is represented, for example, by the hyphen in uh-oh! and by the apostrophe or [[ʻokina]] in Hawaii among those using a preservative pronunciation of that name.The glottal stop is produced by obstructing airflow in the vocal

The glottis is defined as the combination of the vocal folds and the space in between the folds .-Function:

Glottochronology is that part of lexicostatistics dealing with the chronological relationship between languages.

Gloucester is a city, district and county town of Gloucestershire in the South West region of England. Gloucester lies close to the Welsh border, and on the River Severn, approximately north-east of Bristol, and south-southwest of Birmingham.

Gloucester (MBTA station)
Gloucester is a passenger rail station on MBTA's Newburyport/Rockport Line. The station connects with the Cape Ann Regional Transportation Authority's Bus Services such as the Gloucester Business Express and Gloucester/Rockport VIA Lansville

Gloucestershire is a county in South West England. The county comprises part of the Cotswold Hills, part of the flat fertile valley of the River Severn, and the entire Forest of Dean.

Gloucestershire (UK Parliament constituency)
The constituency of Gloucestershire was a UK Parliamentary constituency. After it was abolished under the 1832 Electoral Reform Act, two new constituencies, West Gloucestershire and East Gloucestershire, were created.

A glove is a garment covering the hand. Gloves have separate sheaths or openings for each finger and the thumb; if there is an opening but no covering sheath for each finger they are called "fingerless gloves". Fingerless gloves with one large opening rather than individual openings for each finger are sometimes called gauntlets

Glove compartment
A glove compartment or glovebox, also known as a little cupboard, is a compartment built into the dashboard, located over the front-seat passenger's footwell in an automobile, often used for miscellaneous storage. The name derives from the original purpose of the compartment, to store gloves

Gloves (song)
"Gloves" was the fourth single by the UK band The Horrors, released in February, 2007. The song charted at #34 in the UK charts, the first single by the band not to include a sticker and thus, eligible for the chart. The song is about Faris Rotter's obsessive collection of lost gloves

Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni
Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni or MCAS Iwakuni is a United States Marine Corps air station located in the Nishiki river delta, southeast of the Iwakuni Station in the city of Iwakuni, Yamaguchi in Japan.-Tenant commands:

Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune
Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune is a United States military training facility in North Carolina. The base's of beaches make it a major area for amphibious assault training, and its location between two deep-water ports allows for fast deployments.The main base is supplemented by five satellite facilities: Marine Corps Air Station New River, Camp Geiger,

Marine Corps Base Camp Smedley D. Butler
Marine Corps Base Camp Smedley D. Butler is a United States Marine Corps base located in the Japanese prefecture of Okinawa. It was named for legendary Marine Smedley D. Butler.-Installations:

Marine Corps Base Hawaii
Marine Corps Base Hawaii , formerly Marine Corps Air Station, Kaneohe Bay and originally Naval Air Station Kaneohe Bay, is a U.S. Marine Corps base facility and air station located on the Mokapu Peninsula of windward O'ahu in the City & County of Honolulu. As of the 2000 Census, the base had a total population of 11,827

Marine Corps Expeditionary Medal
The Marine Corps Expeditionary Medal is a decoration of the United States Marine Corps which was first created on 8 May 1919. Originally known as the Marine Corps Expeditionary Ribbon, a full-sized medal was authorized in July 1921 by Presidential Order of Warren G. Harding

Marine Corps Martial Arts Program
The Marine Corps Martial Arts Program is a combat system developed by the United States Marine Corps to combine existing and new hand-to-hand and close quarters combat techniques with morale and team-building functions and instruction in what the Marine Corps calls the "Warrior Ethos". The program, which began in 2001, trains Marines The Marine Corps Martial Arts Program (MCMAP, ) is a combat system developed by the United States Marine Corps to combine existing and new hand-to-hand and close quarters combat (CQC) techniques with morale and team-building functions and instruction in what the Marine Corps calls the "Warrior Ethos". The program, which began in 2001, trains Marines The Marine Corps Martial Arts Program (MCMAP, ) is a combat system developed by the United States Marine Corps to combine existing and new hand-to-hand and close quarters combat (CQC) techniques with morale and team-building functions and instruction in what the Marine Corps calls the "Warrior Ethos". The program, which began in 2001, trains Marines (and U.S

Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island
Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island is an military installation located within Port Royal, South Carolina, approximately south of Beaufort, the community that is typically associated with the installation. MCRD Parris Island is used for the training of enlisted Marines

Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego
Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego is a United States Marine Corps military installation in San Diego, California. It lies between San Diego Bay and Interstate 5, adjacent to San Diego International Airport and the former Naval Training Center San Diego

Marine Corps Security Force Battalion
The Marine Corps Security Force Regiment is a dedicated security and anti-/counter-terrorism unit of the United States Marine Corps. It provides security forces to guard high-value naval installations, most notably those containing nuclear vessels and weapons. It also provides Fleet Antiterrorism Security Teams and Recapture Tactics Teams

Marine Corps Security Guard
The Marine Corps Embassy Security Group, formerly Marine Security Guard Battalion, and also known as Marine Security Guards or Marine Embassy Guards, are members of the Marine Corps Embassy Security Group, a battalion-sized organization of U.S

Marine engineering
In maritime transportation, the engine department or engineering department is an organizational unit aboard a ship that is responsible for the operating the propulsion systems and the support systems for crew, passengers and cargo. This work is carried out by marine engineering officers who usually train via cadet ships sponsored by a variety of maritime organizations

Marine Hospital Service
The Marine-Hospital Service was an organization of Marine Hospitals dedicated to the care of ill and disabled seamen in the U.S. Merchant Marine, U.S. Coast Guard and other federal beneficiaries.

Marine iguana
The Marine Iguana is an iguana found only on the Galápagos Islands that has the ability, unique among modern lizards, to live and forage in the sea, making it a marine reptile. The Iguana can dive over 30 ft into the water. It has spread to all the islands in the archipelago, and is sometimes called the Galapagos Marine Iguana

Marine Military Academy
The Marine Military Academy is a private college preparatory academy located in Harlingen, Texas, offering a college preparatory curriculum for boys in grades 8–12 plus one-year of post-graduate study. The school was founded in 1965

Marine National Park, Gulf of Kutch
Marine National Park in the Gulf of Kutch is situated on the southern shore of the Gulf of Kachchh in the Jamnagar District of Gujarat state, India. In 1980, an area of 270 km2. from Okha to Jodiya was declared Marine Sanctuary. Later, in 1982, a core area of 110 km2 was declared Marine National Park under the provisions of the Wildlife Act, 1972 of India

Marine Park, Brooklyn
Marine Park is a public park located in the borough of Brooklyn in New York City. Its 798 acres surround the westernmost inlet of Jamaica Bay. Most of the land for Marine Park, Brooklyn was donated to New York City to be turned into public park land by the Whitney family in 1920 and by Frederic B. Pratt and Alfred T. White, who jointly donated in 1917

Marine salvage
Marine salvage is the process of rescuing a ship, its cargo, or other property from peril. Salvage encompasses rescue towing, refloating a sunken or grounded vessel, or patching or repairing a ship

Marine VHF radio
Marine VHF radio is installed on all large ships and most seagoing small craft. It is used for a wide variety of purposes, including summoning rescue services and communicating with harbours, locks, bridges and marinas, and operates in the VHF frequency range, between 156 to 174 MHz

Marine Wing Support Squadron 273
Marine Wing Support Squadron 273 is an aviation ground support unit of the United States Marine Corps. They are based out of Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, South Carolina

Mariner 4
Mariner 4 was the fourth in a series of spacecraft, launched on November 28, 1964, intended for planetary exploration in a flyby mode and performed the first successful flyby of the planet Mars, returning the first pictures of the Martian surface

Mariner program
The Mariner program was a program conducted by the American space agency NASA that launched a series of robotic interplanetary probes designed to investigate Mars, Venus and Mercury from 1963 to 1973

Mario Impemba
Mario Impemba is an American sportscaster, currently the TV voice of the Detroit Tigers and the radio and TV voice of the Oakland Golden Grizzlies men's basketball team.-Early life:

Mario Lanza
right|thumb|[[MGM]] still, circa 1949Mario Lanza was an American tenor and Hollywood movie star of the late 1940s and the 1950s. The son of Italian emigrants, he began studying to be a professional singer at the age of 16.

Mario Maurer
Mario Maurer is a Thai of German and Chinese descent model and actor. He is best known for his lead roles in the 2007 film, The Love of Siam and the 2010 sleeper hit, First Love .-Biography:

Mario Merola
Mario Merola was an Italian singer and actor, most prominently known for having rejuvenated the traditional popular Neapolitan melodrama known as the sceneggiata.

Mario Monti
Mario Monti is an Italian economist and academic who is Prime Minister of Italy, as well as Minister of Economy and Finance, since November 2011. Monti served as a European Commissioner from 1995 to 2004, with responsibility for the Internal Market, Services, Customs and Taxation from 1995 to 1999 and then for Competition from 1999 to 2004

Mario Pei
Mario Andrew Pei was an Italian-American linguist and polyglot, who wrote a number of popular books known for their accessibility to readers who lack a professional background in linguistics.-Life:

Marion Popcorn Festival
The Marion Popcorn Festival is held every year in downtown Marion, Ohio, USA. The festival was established in 1981 and is held annually during the first weekend after Labor Day in September

Marion Post Wolcott
Marion Post was a noted photographer who worked for the Farm Security Administration during the Great Depression documenting poverty and deprivation. She was born in New Jersey. Her parents split up and she was sent to boarding school, spending time at home with her mother in Greenwich Village when not at school

Marion Power Shovel
Marion Power Shovel Company designed, manufactured and sold steam shovels, excavators and dragline excavators for use in the construction and mining industries.

Marion Ramsey
Marion Ramsey in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is an American actress. She was a regular on the series Cos but is best known for her role as the timid Officer Laverne Hooks in the Police Academy movies

Marion Township, Jasper County, Indiana
Marion Township is one of thirteen townships in Jasper County, Indiana, USA. As of the 2000 census, its population was 7,227.-Geography:Marion Township covers an area of ; of this, or 0.12 percent is water.-Cities and towns:* Collegeville

Marion, Indiana
Marion is a city in Grant County, Indiana, United States. The population was 29,948 as of the 2010 census. The city is the county seat of Grant County

Marionettes, Inc.
"Marionettes, Inc.", is a short story by Ray Bradbury from his collection of short stories, The Illustrated Man. In it, Bradbury conjures a conflict between man and machine and depicts the human dependence on technology, a common theme for Bradbury's stories.- Plot summary:Smith and Braling, both men of middle age, find themselves trapped in their marriages

Marisa Pavan
Marisa Pavan is an Italian-born actress who first became famous as the twin sister to movie star Pier Angeli before achieving movie stardom on her own

Marisol Escobar
Maria Sol Escobar , otherwise known simply as Marisol, is a sculptor born in Paris of Venezuelan lineage, living in Europe, the United States and Caracas.-Education:

Marisol Malaret
Marisol Malaret Contreras was the very first Puerto Rican woman to be crowned Miss Universe.-Biography:She started to work from an early age due to the death of her father and chronic illness of her mother

Maritime Telephone and Telegraph Company
Maritime Telephone and Telegraph Company was founded around 1910 in Halifax, Nova Scotia and provided telecommunications solutions to Nova Scotia until 1998 when it merged with Island Telecom, NBTel, and NewTel Communications to form Aliant .Many payphones in Nova Scotia are still MTT-branded.In 1989 MTT purchased the last independent telephone

Maritime Union of Australia
The Maritime Union of Australia covers waterside workers, seafarers, port workers, professional divers, and office workers associated with Australian ports. As of 2011 the union has about 13,000 members. It is an affiliate of the International Transport Workers' Federation and represents the interests of affiliate members in Australia

Mariusz Pudzianowski
Mariusz Zbigniew Pudzianowski is a Polish former strongman and current mixed martial artist

Mariveles, Bataan
Mariveles is a 1st class municipality in the province of Bataan, Philippines. According to the latest census, it has a population of 102,844 people in 19,460 households

Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings
Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings was an American author who lived in rural Florida and wrote novels with rural themes and settings. Her best known work, The Yearling, about a boy who adopts an orphaned fawn, won a Pulitzer Prize for fiction in 1939 and was later made into a movie, also known as The Yearling

Marjorie Merriweather Post
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Mark Antony
Marcus Antonius , known in English as Mark Antony, was a Roman politician and general. As a military commander and administrator, he was an important supporter and loyal friend of his mother's cousin Julius Caesar

Mark Bavaro
Mark Bavaro is a former American football tight end who played for the New York Giants , Cleveland Browns , and Philadelphia Eagles in the National Football League

Mark Begich
Mark Peter Begich is the junior United States Senator from Alaska and a member of the Democratic Party. A former mayor of Anchorage, he served on the Anchorage Assembly for almost ten years prior to being elected mayor in 2003

Mark Calaway
Mark William Calaway is an American professional wrestler better known by his ring name The Undertaker. He is signed to WWE as a member of its SmackDown brand. He is one of WWE's senior competitors, having been with the company for twenty-one years. Mark Calaway began his wrestling career with World Class Championship Wrestling in 1984

Mark Carney
Mark J. Carney is the eighth and current governor of the Bank of Canada and the Chairman of the Financial Stability Board, an institution of the G20 based in Basel, Switzerland. These appointments were on October 4, 2007 , and on November 4, 2011

Mark David Chapman
Mark David Chapman is an American prison inmate who murdered former Beatles member John Lennon on December 8, 1980. He committed the crime as Lennon and Yoko Ono were outside of The Dakota apartment building in New York City. Chapman aimed five shots at Lennon, hitting him four times in his back

Mark Davis (golfer)
Mark Davis is an English professional golfer.Davis was born in Brentwood, Essex. He won the Brabazon Trophy in 1984 and turned professional two years later.

Mark Feehily
Markus Michael Patrick Feehily is one of the lead singers of the Irish boyband Westlife.-Early life:Feehily was born in Sligo, Ireland, to Marie Verdon and Oliver Feehily. He has two younger brothers, Barry and Colin .-Career:Feehily rose to fame as one of the two lead singers of the boyband Westlife. He shares lead vocals with Shane Filan

Mark Jacobs (video game designer)
Mark Jacobs is the former GM/VP/CEO of Mythic Entertainment, Inc. He is one of the pioneers in the massively multiplayer online role-playing game industry, having created two early MUDs, Aradath and Dragon's Gate serving as both the designer and programmer in addition to his duties as President/CEO. He founded A.U.S.I

Mark Kac
Mark Kac was a Polish mathematician. His main interest was probability theory. His question, "Can one hear the shape of a drum?" set off research into spectral theory, with the idea of understanding the extent to which the spectrum allows one to read back the geometry. Kac completed his Ph.D

Mark Kingdon
Mark Kingdon may refer to:*Mark D. Kingdon, angel investor, former CEO of Linden Lab and Organic*Mark E. Kingdon, hedge fund manager and president of Kingdon Capital Management

Mark Lambert Bristol
Mark Lambert Bristol was a Rear Admiral in the United States Navy.-Biography:He was born on April 17, 1868 in Glassboro, New Jersey. Bristol graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 1887. During the Spanish-American War he served aboard Texas and participated in the Battle of Santiago de Cuba

Mark Logic
MarkLogic Corporation is an enterprise software company that helps organizations manage unstructured information and Big Data. The company’s flagship product is MarkLogic Server, which is a database for unstructured information

Mark Mangino
Mark Thomas Mangino is an American football coach. He was most recently the head coach of the Kansas Jayhawks college football team from 2002 to 2009. In 2007, Mangino received several National Coach of the Year honors after leading the Jayhawks to their first 12-win season in school history

Mark Martin (NASCAR)
Mark Anthony Martin is an American stock car driver currently competing in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. As of 2012, Martin will drive for Michael Waltrip Racing, moving on from successful organizations such as Hendrick Motorsports and Roush Fenway Racing. He has the second most wins in the NASCAR Nationwide Series, with 49

Mark Messier
Mark Douglas Messier is a former Canadian professional ice hockey centre of the National Hockey League and current special assistant to the president and general manager of the New York Rangers. He spent a quarter of a century in the NHL with the Edmonton Oilers, New York Rangers, and Vancouver Canucks

Mark Moseley
Mark DeWayne Moseley is a former professional American football placekicker in the National Football League who played for the Philadelphia Eagles , the Houston Oilers , the Washington Redskins , and the Cleveland Browns . He won the Most Valuable Player Award during the strike-shortened 1982 season

Mark of Cornwall
Mark of Cornwall was a king of Kernow in the early 6th century. He is most famous for his appearance in Arthurian legend as the uncle of Tristan and husband of Iseult, who engage in a secret affair.-The legend:Mark sent Tristan as his proxy to fetch his young bride, the Princess Iseult, from Ireland

Mark Oliphant
Sir Marcus 'Mark' Laurence Elwin Oliphant, AC, KBE, FRS was an Australian physicist and humanitarian who played a fundamental role in the first experimental demonstration of nuclear fusion and also the development of the atomic bomb.During his retirement, Oliphant was appointed as the Governor of South Australia by Queen Elizabeth II on the advice of Premier

Mark Oliver Everett
Mark Oliver Everett is the lead singer, songwriter, guitarist, keyboardist and sometime drummer of the independent rock band Eels

Mark Pavelich
Mark Thomas Pavelich is a retired US professional ice hockey forward who played 355 regular season games in the NHL for the New York Rangers, Minnesota North Stars and San Jose Sharks between 1981 and 1992 and was a member of the 1980 U.S

Mark Ridley-Thomas
Mark Ridley-Thomas , often referred to by his initials, MRT, is a member of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors for District 2, who succeeded Supervisor Yvonne Brathwaite Burke

Mark Rogowski
Mark "Gator" Rogowski was a figurehead of professional skateboarding in the 1980s and very early 1990s. His career ended when he was convicted of assaulting, raping and murdering Jessica Bergsten on March 6, 1992

Mark Six
Mark Six is a lottery betting organized by the Hong Kong Jockey Club.-The game:Mark Six is a lottery style game where players guess what numbers will be drawn out of a lottery machine. The lottery machine is a transparent plastic cylinder which contains colored balls numbered 1 to 49. The cylinder is rotated to provide randomization in the drawing process

Mark Skousen
Mark Skousen is an American economist, investment analyst, newsletter editor, college professor and author of more than 25 non-fiction books.- Early life, education and family :

Mark Steines
Mark Anthony Steines is an American broadcast journalist and host of the syndicated gossip and entertainment round-up program Entertainment Tonight since 2004. He joined the show on August 24, 1995.-Personal life:

Mark the Evangelist
Mark the Evangelist is the traditional author of the Gospel of Mark. He is one of the Seventy Disciples of Christ, and the founder of the Church of Alexandria, one of the original four main sees of Christianity.