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Go Away
"Go Away" is a single by American singer and songwriter Gloria Estefan. It was released in 1993 as the fourth and last single worldwide and third to the United States from her fourth solo album and second compilation Gloria Estefan Greatest Hits.

Go Away (UK Single)
"Go Away" is a song by Cold, released as a single in 1998. The song appeared on the Oddity EP, and later on their self-titled album.-Track listing:#"Go Away " – 4:45#"Space Oddity " – 3:50

Go Ballistic
Go Ballistic is the first CD release by Ipswich ska band, The Ballistics.-Track listing:*This Is The UK*Too Scared To Dance*Burning Out*F++k The Vote*What Does It Take?*All My Neighbours*Go Ballistic*One More Time *Easy Way Out

Go fever
In the US space industry, go fever is an informal term used to refer to the overall attitude of being in a rush or hurry to get a project or task done while overlooking potential problems or mistakes

Go figure
Go Figure may refer to:* Go Figure , an album by Spirit of the West* Go Figure! , a math game in Microsoft's Windows Entertainment Pack* Go Figure , a 2005 television movie

Go Fish
- Basic game :Using a standard 52-card deck, five cards are dealt to each player, or seven if there are four or fewer. The remaining card pack is shared between the players, usually sprawled out in a non-orderly pile referenced as the "ocean" or "pool".

Go Fish (Christian band)
Go Fish is an American contemporary Christian band, originally formed in 1993 by Jamie Statema.For 10 years they were mainly an adult oriented band, until 2003 when they released Splash!, an album aimed towards children. Since then Go Fish has released several more children's products

Go Fish (comic)
Go Fish was an American comic strip, drawn by J. C. Duffy. The strip featured psychiatrist Norman Floyd as he dealt with eccentric characters and whimsical observations

Go Fish (disambiguation)
Go Fish is a children's card game. It should not be confused with another card game called Literature, which is also commonly called "Fish"Go Fish may also refer to:* "Go Fish" , an episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Go for broke
Go for broke is a phrase meaning "to wager everything".It was the motto of a World War II Japanese American military unit, the 442nd Infantry Regiment.Go for broke or going for broke may also mean:

Go for It (compilation album)
Go for It was a various artists "hits" collection album released in Australia in 1983 . The album spent 1 week at the top of the Australian album charts in 1983.-Side 1:#"Living on the Ceiling" - Blancmange#"Hey Little Girl" - Icehouse

Go to Blazes
Go to Blazes is a 1942 British information film, produced by the Ministry of Information, directed by Walter Forde and starring Will Hay and Thora Hird.-Synopsis:

Go To Hell
Go to Hell may refer to:* "Go to Hell" , an episode of the TV series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation* "Go to Hell" , a song by Megadeth* "Go to Hell", a song by Alice Cooper from Alice Cooper Goes to Hell

Go to Sleep
"Go to Sleep" is a song by the English rock band Radiohead, released as the second single from their sixth album Hail to the Thief in 2003. The song has an initial time signature of 4/4, which alternates with 6/8 time throughout the duration of the song. The alternate title for the song as listed on the track listing for the album is Little Man Being Erased

Go West (2005 film)
Go West is a 2005 Bosnia-Herzegovina drama directed by Ahmed Imamović. It tells the story of two gay lovers, one being a Bosniak and the other a Serb, during the Bosnian War

Go West (Go West album)
Go West is the debut album by the English pop duo Go West, released in 1985. The album brought Go West into the limelight, scoring them a string of top 20 hits in the UK and New Zealand

Go-Ahead may refer to:*Go-Ahead Group, British transport operator*Go Ahead Eagles, Dutch football club*"Go Ahead", a single from Rilo Kiley's album Take-Offs and Landings

Go-Go (Alphabeat song)
"Go-Go" was the fourth single released by Alphabeat. It was introduced on the international edition of their first album, but was not released as a single outside of Denmark.It features backing vocals by girl band The Real Heat.- Charts :

The goad is a traditional farming implement, used to spur or guide lifestock, usually oxen, which are pulling a plough or a cart; used also to round up cattle. It is a type of a long stick with a pointed end, also known as the cattle prod. Though many people are unfamiliar with them today, goads have been common throughout the world

Goad (disambiguation)
Goad may refer to:* Goad maps or Goad plans* Goad, a farming implement used to spur livestock** Ankus, a goad used for elephants** a Cattle prodAs a surname:* Amanda Goad, 1992 Scripps National Spelling Bee winner

A goal is an objective, or a projected computation of affairs, that a person or a system plans or intends to achieve.Goal, GOAL or G.O.A.L may also refer to:Sport

A goal or objective is a desired result an animal or a system envisions, plans and commits to achieve—a personal or organizational desired end-point in some sort of assumed development

Goal (2007 Malayalam film)
Goal is a Malayalam movie directed by Kamal. The film stars newcomers Rejith Menon and a Mumbai based Model Aksha in the lead roles. The cast also includes Bhanu, Mukesh, Rahman etc

Goal line
The goal line is the chalked or painted line dividing the end zone from the field of play in American football and Canadian football. It is the line that must be crossed in order to score a touchdown

Goal line
In many outdoor ball sports, goal line refers to the line which a team is attempting to advance the ball or puck towards. In particular, see* Association football pitch for usage of the term in soccer

Goal line (ice hockey)
The goal line in ice hockey is the far red line at each end of the ice rink. It is used for things such as determining Icing, Goals, and Delay of Game penalties for goalies. In most cases involving the goal line and all the ones listed above, the puck must cross completely over the goal line for anything to occur

In many team sports which involve scoring goals, a goalkeeper is a designated player charged with directly preventing the opposing team from scoring by intercepting shots at goal

Goalkeeper (field lacrosse)
In field lacrosse the goaltender, also referred to as goalkeeper, goalie, or keeper but most often referred to as the Goalie, is the last line of defense between the opposing offense and his team's goal. The primary role of the goaltender is to defend opposing team's shots on goal. The other main role of the goaltender is to direct the defense since he has the best view of the field

In ice hockey, the goaltender is the player who defends his team's goal net by stopping shots of the puck from entering his team's net, thus preventing the opposing team from scoring

Goat antelope
A goat-antelope or caprid is any of the species of mostly medium-sized bovids that make up the subfamily Caprinae , part of the Bovidae family of ruminants

Goatee refers to a style of facial hair incorporating hair on a man’s chin. The exact nature of the style has varied according to time and culture.Traditionally, goatee refers solely to a beard formed by a tuft of hair on the chin

A goatherd or goatherder is a person who herds goats as a vocational activity. Similar to a fisherman who catches fish for a living, the drover here herds goats. Goatherds are popular in countries where goat populations are significant; for instance, in Africa and South Asia

Goats (novel)
Goats is a 2001 novel by Mark Jude Poirier.It was published by Miramax Books and was optioned by American Zoetrope, Francis Ford Coppola's film company. As of 2011, the movie is being filmed in Tucson, directed by Coppola's nephew Christopher Neil and starring David Duchovny, Vera Farmiga, Keri Russell, Minnie Driver and Will Arnett.

Goatsbeard or Goat's beard may refer to:* Aruncus, in the family Rosaceae* Tragopogon, in the family Asteraceae* Astilbe, some species of which are known as "False Goat's Beard"

Gob may refer to:* Gob, an Irish and British slang term meaning mouth* Whoopie pie, a type of dessert food* Gob , a punk band from Vancouver, BC, Canada* Gob , 1994* Gob , 2011

Gob may refer to:* Gob, an Irish and British slang term meaning mouth* Whoopie pie, a type of dessert food* Gob , a punk band from Vancouver, BC, Canada* Gob , 1994* Gob , 2011

Goba (woreda)
Goba is one of the 180 woredas in the Oromia Region of Ethiopia. It is named after the administrative center of the woreda, Goba. Part of the Bale Zone, Goba is bordered on the south by Mennana Harena Buluk, on the west by Adaba, on the north by the Mena River which separates it from Sinanana Dinsho, and on the southeast by Berbere.- Overview :About 45% of this woreda is rugged or

A gobbet is a small chunk of meat, roughly the size of a mouthful. It is derived from the Old French gober which is related to the modern word gobble .

Gobble may refer to:* Jimmy Gobble , Major League Baseball pitcher* Gobble Goblin, a fictional character in Piers Anthony's Goblin family of Xanth* A turkey call* A slang word for eating quickly* A slang word for fellatio* a group of 48 bits

Gobbledygook or gobbledegook is any text containing jargon or especially convoluted English that results in it being excessively hard to understand or even incomprehensible

Gobbler is a 1981 computer game for the Apple II family of computers, published by On-Line Systems .-Gameplay:

Gobio is the genus of typical gudgeons, ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family. Members of the genus are usually small fish, rarely longer than 10 cm

A goblin is a legendary evil or mischievous illiterate creature, a grotesquely evil or evil-like phantom.They are attributed with various abilities, temperaments and appearances depending on the story and country of origin. In some cases, goblins have been classified as constantly annoying little creatures somewhat related to the brownie and gnome

Goblin (Warhammer)
Goblins, also known as "Gobbos", are among the smallest of the goblinoid "greenskin" races in the Warhammer Fantasy setting.They are smaller than the Orcs and the Hobgoblins but larger than the Gnoblar race and Snotlings

Gocciole is a breakfast cereal manufactured by Pavesi. Gocciole are a type of biscuit which can be added with milk or eaten by themselves, the biscuits are the size of a normal biscuit

God (Spawn comics)
God is a fictional character in Image Comics. He is primarily featured in the Spawn series. He appears to be based on the Nordic god Odin, as well as on the Judeo-Christian God.-Biography:

God (Tori Amos song)
"God" is a song by American singer-songwriter and musician Tori Amos. It was released as the second single from her second studio album Under the Pink

God Save the Queen (disambiguation)
God Save the Queen or King, the phrase in use from before 1390 as a greeting in the form of a blessing, usually a declaration of loyalty requiring a like response may also refer to:

God Save the Queen (graphic novel)
God save the Queen is a 96-page graphic novella published in 2007 by Vertigo DC Comics. It was written by Mike Carey and painted by John Bolton.

, also known as Count Cain, is a gothic shōjo manga series written and illustrated by Kaori Yuki. Earl Cain consists of five parts or "Series": , , , , and the sequel series .

Goddamn (EP)
Goddamn is the second EP released by You Am I in May 1992. The EP was You Am I's first release with bassist Andy Kent who was previously a mixer for the band

A goddess is a female deity. In some cultures goddesses are associated with Earth, motherhood, love, and the household. In other cultures, goddesses also rule over war, death, and destruction as well as healing.

Goddess (disambiguation)
-Other:*Goddess movement, a group of people interested in the social and religious aspects of the Goddess since the 1970s*Goddess, anglicized form of Déesse, nickname of the Citroën DS*God , in its feminine form, referring to an administrator of a MUD

Godere is a village in the Bamingui-Bangoran Prefecture in the northern Central African Republic.-External links:**

A godfather is a male godparent in the Christian tradition.Godfather may also refer to:*A male arranged to be legal guardian of a child if untimely demise is met by the parentsPeople:* Capo di tutti capi, a Mafia crime boss

Godfather (1991 film)
Godfather is a 1991 Malayalam musical comedy film written and directed by Siddique-Lal, and produced by Appachan. The film stars a huge cast consisting of Mukesh, N. N. Pillai, Kanaka, Jagadish, Innocent, Thilakan, Philomina, Siddique, K. P. A. C

Godfather (2007 film)
Godfather - The legend continues is a Pakistani Urdu film directed by Hariday Shetty which was released across theaters in Pakistan on October 14, 2007. The film has massive star cast including both Pakistani and Indian actors and will show Vinod Khanna for the very first time on the Pakistani cinema screen. It was distributed nationwide by the private channel ARY Digital

Godforsaken is a 2003 Dutch drama film.The film received a Golden Film and won three Golden Calves.

Godfrey Phillips India
Godfrey Phillips India Ltd. is India's second largest cigarette maker. It is the number one cigarette company in North India and India's number one cigar marketing organisation.GPI's headsquarter is in New Delhi.

Godhead , may refer to:*Deity*Divinity, the quality of being God*Conceptions of God*Godhead , the totality of gods, in Platonism the Transcendent One.

Godhead (Judaism)
Godhead is used to refer to "God as He is in Himself." This is the aspect or substratum of God that lies behind His actions or properties, i.e., the essence of God, and its nature has been the subject of long debate in every major religion.-Terminology:

Godin (Burkina)
Godin is a town in the Bissiga Department of Boulgou Province in south-eastern Burkina Faso. As of 2005, the town has a population of 1,366.

Godless can refer to:* Godlessness, the absence of theism* Godless: The Church of Liberalism, a book written by Ann Coulter* Godless , written by Pete Hautman* 2010 documentary film featuring Daniel Dennett, directed by Kelli Cooke

Martha McSally
Colonel Martha McSally was a pilot in the United States Air Force. She was the first American woman to fly in combat since the 1991 lifting of the prohibition of women in combat. McSally is also the first woman to command a USAF fighter squadron, the 354th Fighter Squadron based at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base

Martha Root
Martha Louise Root was a prominent traveling teacher of the Bahá'í Faith in the late 19th and early 20th century. Shoghi Effendi, the Guardian of the Bahá'í Faith called her "the foremost travel teacher in the first Bahá'í Century", and named her a Hand of the Cause posthumously

Martha Scott
Martha Ellen Scott was an American actress best known for her roles as mother of the lead character in numerous films and television shows.-Early life:

Martha Stewart
Martha Stewart is an American business magnate, author, magazine publisher, and television personality. As founder of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, she has gained success through a variety of business ventures, encompassing publishing, broadcasting, and merchandising

Martha Washington
Martha Dandridge Custis Washington was the wife of George Washington, the first president of the United States. Although the title was not coined until after her death, Martha Washington is considered to be the first First Lady of the United States

Martandam is a major trade centre in Kuzhithurai municipality across National Highway in the Kanyakumari district of Tamil Nadu, India, at the border with Kerala. Originally called Thoduvetty, it was a portion of Kanyakumari district which was added to the state of Tamil Nadu on November 1, 1956

Martial arts
Martial arts are extensive systems of codified practices and traditions of combat, practiced for a variety of reasons, including self-defense, competition, physical health and fitness, as well as mental and spiritual development.

Martial law
Martial law is the imposition of military rule by military authorities over designated regions on an emergency basis— only temporary—when the civilian government or civilian authorities fail to function effectively , when there are extensive riots and protests, or when the disobedience of the law becomes

As an adjective, the term martian is used to describe anything pertaining to the planet Mars.However, a Martian is more usually a hypothetical or fictional native inhabitant of the planet Mars. Historically, life on Mars has often been hypothesized, although there is currently no solid evidence of life there at present

Martian Manhunter
The Martian Manhunter is a fictional character, a superhero that appears in publications published by DC Comics. Created by writer Joseph Samachson and artist Joe Certa, the character first appeared in Detective Comics #225

Martika is an American pop singer-songwriter and actress. As a singer she released two internationally successful albums in the late 1980s and early 1990s, selling over four million copies worldwide.-Early life and career:Martika entered mainstream show business in an uncredited role as one of the orphan girls in the

Martin and Osa Johnson
Martin Johnson and his wife Osa Johnson were American adventurers and documentary filmmakers.-Biography:

Martin Bashir
Martin Bashir is a British journalist and media personality, currently with NBC News as a contributor for its Dateline program, and an afternoon anchor for MSNBC, hosting Martin Bashir

Martin Birch
Martin Birch is a British rock and heavy metal music producer, who became renowned for engineering and producing albums by the British rock bands Deep Purple and Iron Maiden.

Martin Brecht
Martin Brecht Church historian, professor emeritus of the University of Münster, Westphalia, Germany. Until his retirement in 1997 at age 65, he served as head of the Department of Medieval and Modern Church History of the Evangelical Theological Faculty of the university.He is author of a three volume comprehensive biography of Martin Luther, published in German,

Martin Cahill
Martin "The General" Cahill was a prominent Irish criminal from Dublin.Cahill generated a certain notoriety in the media, which referred to him by the sobriquet "The General". The name was also used by the media in order to discuss Cahill's activities while avoiding legal problems with libel

Martin Carthy
Martin Carthy MBE is an English folk singer and guitarist who has remained one of the most influential figures in British traditional music, inspiring contemporaries such as Bob Dylan and Paul Simon and later artists such as Richard Thompson since he emerged as a young musician in the early days of the folk revival.He was born in Hatfield and grew up in Hampstead,

Martin Cooper
Martin Cooper is an American former Motorola vice president and division manager who in the 1970s led the team that developed the handheld mobile phone .

Martin de Porres
Martin de Porres was a lay brother of the Dominican Order who was beatified in 1837 by Pope Gregory XVI and canonized in 1962 by Pope John XXIII. He is the patron saint of mixed-race people and all those seeking interracial harmony.He was noted for work on behalf of the poor, establishing an orphanage and a children's hospital

Martin Evans
Sir Martin John Evans FRS is a British scientist who, with Matthew Kaufman, was the first to culture mice embryonic stem cells and cultivate them in a laboratory in 1981

Martin Frobisher
Sir Martin Frobisher was an English seaman who made three voyages to the New World to look for the Northwest Passage

Martin H. Glynn
Martin Henry Glynn was an American politician. He was the 40th Governor of New York from 1913 to 1914, the first Irish American Roman Catholic head of government of what was then the most populated state of the US.

Martin Heidegger
Martin Heidegger was a German philosopher known for his existential and phenomenological explorations of the "question of Being."

Martin High School (Arlington, Texas)
James Martin High School is a secondary school serving grades 9-12 located in Arlington, Texas and is part of the Arlington Independent School District. The mascot of the school is the Warrior, and the school colors are black, red, and silver.-History:

Martin Johnson Heade
Martin Johnson Heade was a prolific American painter known for his salt marsh landscapes, seascapes, portraits of tropical birds, and still lifes

Martin Landau
Martin Landau is an American film and television actor. Landau began his career in the 1950s. His early films include a supporting role in Alfred Hitchcock's North by Northwest . He played continuing roles in the television series Mission: Impossible and Space:1999

Martin Luther
Martin Luther was a German priest, professor of theology and iconic figure of the Protestant Reformation. He strongly disputed the claim that freedom from God's punishment for sin could be purchased with money. He confronted indulgence salesman Johann Tetzel with his Ninety-Five Theses in 1517

Martin Luther King, Jr.
Martin Luther King, Jr. was an American clergyman, activist, and prominent leader in the African-American Civil Rights Movement. He is best known for being an iconic figure in the advancement of civil rights in the United States and around the world, using nonviolent methods following the teachings of Mahatma Gandhi

Martin Luther King, Jr. assassination
Martin Luther King, Jr., a prominent American leader of the African-American civil rights movement and Nobel Peace Prize laureate, was assassinated at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee, on April 4, 1968, at the age of 39

Martin Luther King, Sr.
Martin Luther King, Sr., born Michael King was a Baptist missionary, an advocate for equal justice and an early civil rights leader. He was also the father of Martin Luther King, Jr.King, Sr

Martin McDonagh
Martin McDonagh is an Irish-British playwright, filmmaker, and screenwriter. Although he has lived in London his entire life, he is considered one of the most important living Irish playwrights.-Life:

Martin Rapaport
Martin Rapaport is an American entrepreneur and founder of the Rapaport Diamond Report. Rapaport is a maverick within the diamond industry, and is often recognized for his signature bow tie. He is a member of the board of Jewelers for Children and an early proponent of the Kimberley Process

Martin Rees, Baron Rees of Ludlow
Martin John Rees, Baron Rees of Ludlow, OM, FRS is a British cosmologist and astrophysicist. He has been Astronomer Royal since 1995 and Master of Trinity College, Cambridge since 2004

Martin Ritt
Martin Ritt was an American director, actor, and playwright who worked in both film and theater. He was born in New York City.-Early career and influences:

Martin Sheen
Ramón Gerardo Antonio Estévez , better known by his stage name Martin Sheen, is an American film actor best known for his performances in the films Badlands and Apocalypse Now , and in the television series The West Wing from 1999 to 2006.He is considered one of the best actors never to be nominated for an Academy Award despite his

Martin Van Buren
Martin Van Buren was the eighth President of the United States . Before his presidency, he was the eighth Vice President and the tenth Secretary of State, under Andrew Jackson .

Martine Gaillard
Martine Gaillard is a Canadian sports television personality currently working for Rogers Sportsnet.

Martinez, California
Martinez is a city and the county seat of Contra Costa County, California, United States. The population was 35,824 at the 2010 census. The downtown is notable for its large number of preserved old buildings

The Martini-Henry was a breech-loading single-shot lever-actuated rifle adopted by the British, combining an action worked on by Friedrich von Martini , with the rifled barrel designed by Scotsman Alexander Henry

Martinian and Processus
Saints Martinian and Processus or Saints Processus and Martinian were Christian martyrs of ancient Rome.The dates of these martyrs are unknown, as well as the circumstances of their deaths.-Burial:

Martinsburg, West Virginia
Martinsburg is a city in the Eastern Panhandle region of West Virginia, United States. The city's population was 14,972 at the 2000 census; according to a 2009 Census Bureau estimate, Martinsburg's population was 17,117, making it the largest city in the Eastern Panhandle and the eighth largest municipality in West Virginia

Martinus Beijerinck
Martinus Willem Beijerinck was a Dutch microbiologist and botanist. Born in Amsterdam, Beijerinck studied at the Technical School of Delft, where he was awarded the degree of Chemical Engineer in 1872. He obtained his Doctor of Science degree from the University of Leiden in 1877

Marton Csokas
-Early life:Csokas was born in Invercargill, New Zealand. His mother, a nurse, is of Irish and Danish descent; his Hungarian-born father, also named Márton Csókás, worked as a mechanical engineer

Marty is a 1953 teleplay by Paddy Chayefsky. It was telecast live May 24, 1953, on The Goodyear Television Playhouse with Rod Steiger in the title role and Nancy Marchand, in her television debut, playing opposite him as Clara

Marty McSorley
Martin James "Marty" McSorley is a retired Canadian professional hockey player, who played in the National Hockey League from 1983 to 2000. A versatile player, he was able to play both the forward and defense positions. He is also a former head coach of the Springfield Falcons of the American Hockey League

Marty Stuart
John Martin "Marty" Stuart is an American country music singer-songwriter, known for both his traditional style, and eclectic merging of rockabilly, honky tonk, and traditional country music

A martyr is somebody who suffers persecution and death for refusing to renounce, or accept, a belief or cause, usually religious.-Meaning:

Maruti 800
Maruti 800 is a city car manufactured by Maruti Suzuki in India. It is a rebadged version of an old model of the Suzuki Alto. Over 2.5 million Maruti 800s have been sold since its launch in 1983

Maruti Udyog
Maruti Suzuki India Limited is a subsidiary company of Japanese automobile and motorcycle manufacturer Suzuki. The company offers a complete range of cars from entry level Maruti 800 and Alto, to hatchback Ritz, A-Star, Swift, Wagon-R, Estillo and sedans DZire, SX4, in the 'C' segment Maruti Eeco and Sports Utility vehicle Grand Vitara.It was the first company in India to mass-produce

Maruyama Okyo
, born Maruyama Masataka, was a Japanese artist active in the late 18th century. He moved to Kyoto, during which he studied artworks from Chinese, Japanese and Western sources. A personal style of Western naturalism mixed with Eastern decorative design emerged, and Ōkyo founded the Maruyama school of painting

Marvel Illustrated Swimsuit
From 1991 through 1995, Marvel Comics published an annual magazine-sized Marvel Swimsuit issue featuring pin-ups and tongue-in-cheek articles

Marvel Zombies
Marvel Zombies is a five-issue limited series published from December 2005 to April 2006 by Marvel Comics. The series was written by Robert Kirkman with art by Sean Phillips and covers by Arthur Suydam. It was the first series in the Marvel Zombies series of related stories

Marvin Hagler
Marvelous Marvin Hagler , is a former professional boxer who was undisputed world middleweight champion between 1980 and 1987. Hagler holds the distinction of having the highest KO% of all middleweight champions at 78%

Marvin Harrison
Marvin Daniel Harrison is a former American football wide receiver for the Indianapolis Colts. He was drafted by the Indianapolis Colts in the first round of the 1996 NFL Draft. He played college football at Syracuse

Marwan al-Shehhi
Marwan Yousef Mohamed Rashid Lekrab al-Shehhi was the hijacker-pilot of United Airlines Flight 175, crashing the plane into the South Tower of the World Trade Center as part of the September 11 attacks.

Marwari language
The Marwari language , also variously Marvari, Marwadi, Marvadi), is spoken in the Indian state of Rajasthan. Marwari is also found in the neighboring state of Gujarat and Haryana and in Eastern Pakistan

Marwat مروت, refers to a Pashtun tribe, located primarily in Lakki Marwat District in the south of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province in Pakistan as well the districts of Tank and Dera Ismail Khan

Marx Brothers
The Marx Brothers were an American family comedy act, originally from New York City, that enjoyed success in Vaudeville, Broadway, and motion pictures from the early 1900s to around 1950

Marxism is an economic and sociopolitical worldview and method of socioeconomic inquiry that centers upon a materialist interpretation of history, a dialectical view of social change, and an analysis and critique of the development of capitalism. Marxism was pioneered in the early to mid 19th century by two German philosophers, Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels

The Marxophone is a fretless zither that has four sets of chord strings to be strummed with the left hand and two octaves of double melody strings, which are struck by metal hammers activated by the right hand

Mary (mother of Jesus)
Mary , commonly referred to as "Saint Mary", "Mother Mary", the "Virgin Mary", the "Blessed Virgin Mary", or "Mary, Mother of God", was a Jewish woman of Nazareth in Galilee

Mary Ann Bickerdyke
Mary Ann Bickerdyke , also known as Mother Bickerdyke, was a hospital administrator for Union soldiers during the American Civil War.She was born in Knox County, Ohio, to Hiram Ball and Annie Rodgers Ball

Mary Ann Cotton
Mary Ann Cotton was an English woman convicted of murdering her children and believed to have murdered up to 21 people, mainly by arsenic poisoning.-Early life:

Mary Anning
Mary Anning was a British fossil collector, dealer and palaeontologist who became known around the world for a number of important finds she made in the Jurassic age marine fossil beds at Lyme Regis where she lived

Mary Ball Washington
Mary Ball Washington was the second wife to Augustine Washington, and was the mother of George Washington.-Life:

Mary Barton
Mary Barton is the first novel by English author Elizabeth Gaskell, published in 1848. The story is set in the English city of Manchester during the 1830s and 1840s and deals heavily with the difficulties faced by the Victorian lower class.-Plot summary:

Mary Bell
Mary Flora Bell was convicted in December 1968 of the manslaughter of two boys, Martin Brown and Brian Howe

Mary Celeste
The Mary Celeste was an American brigantine merchant ship famous for having been discovered on 4 December 1872, in the Atlantic Ocean unmanned and apparently abandoned , despite the fact that the weather was fine and her crew had been experienced and able