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Golden Boy (AT&T)
Spirit of Communications is the formal name for a statue originally called Genius of Electricity that has been the symbol of AT&T since 1914, and that is often called by the nickname Golden Boy

Golden Boy (film)
Golden Boy is a 1939 black-and-white Columbia Pictures drama film based on the Clifford Odets play of the same name. It features William Holden in the role that made him a star: a promising violinist who wants to be a boxer. Barbara Stanwyck plays his love interest. The supporting cast included Lee J

Golden Boy (musical)
Golden Boy is a musical with a book by Clifford Odets and William Gibson, lyrics by Lee Adams, and music by Charles Strouse.Based on the 1937 play of the same name by Odets, it focuses on Joe Wellington, a young man from Harlem who, despite his family's objections, turns to prizefighting as a means of escaping his ghetto roots and finding fame and fortune

Golden calf
According to the Hebrew Bible, the golden calf was an idol made by Aaron to satisfy the Israelites during Moses' absence, when he went up to Mount Sinai

Golden Delicious
The Golden Delicious is a cultivar of apple with a yellow color. It is not closely related to the Red Delicious apple.- Appearance and flavor :

Golden Delicious (album)
Golden Delicious is Mike Doughty's second studio album. The album was released on February 19, 2008.- Track listing :#"Fort Hood"#"I Just Want the Girl in the Blue Dress to Keep On Dancing"#"Put It Down"#"More Bacon Than the Pan Can Handle"

Golden duck
A Golden duck may refer to:* A cricket 'golden' duck in which a batsman is out for nought on the first ball he faces* Złota kaczka, Polish for Golden duck, a legendary creature from Warsaw's urban legends

Golden Fleece
In Greek mythology, the Golden Fleece is the fleece of the gold-haired winged ram, which can be procured in Colchis. It figures in the tale of Jason and his band of Argonauts, who set out on a quest by order of King Pelias for the fleece in order to place Jason rightfully on the throne of Iolcus in Thessaly

Golden Fleece (disambiguation)
Golden Fleece is an element of Greek mythology.Golden Fleece can also refer to:*Golden Fleece Award, ironic American political award*Golden Fleece , Irish racehorse*Goldenfleece, a species of plant

Golden Fleece (horse)
Golden Fleece was an American-bred and Irish-trained Thoroughbred race horse, winner of the Epsom Derby in 1982. He retired unbeaten from his four races.He was foaled and raised at Hilary J. Boone's Wimbledon Farm in Fayette County.

Golden Gate Bridge (song)
"Golden Gate Bridge" is a rock song by Ocean Colour Scene .The song was released in 2003 and reached number 40 in the UK Singles Chart. It is taken from their 2003 album North Atlantic Drift and was the third and final single to be released from the album, after "I Just Need Myself" and "Make the Deal".The single lasted three weeks in the top 75 singles chart

Golden Girl (disambiguation)
Golden Girl or Golden Girls may refer to:* Goldengirl, a 1979 film* The Golden Girls, a 1985-1992 television series* The Golden Girls , a 1995 Hong Kong film

Golden Goal (TV series)
Golden Goal is a comedy talkshow about sports, hosted by Johan Golden and Henrik Elvestad on Norwegian TV2. Golden Goal is a show for all those who love sports, and for all those who haven't yet realised that they do.

Golden hello
A Golden hello is a bonus offered by hiring firms if the hired joins the company from a rival firm. It is very similar to the traditional joining bonus offered by firms but will be offered usually for rival firm employees luring them into a firm.

Golden mean
Golden mean may refer to:*Doctrine of the Golden Mean , a chapter in Li Ji, one of the Four Books of Confucianism*Golden mean , the felicitous middle between the extremes of excess and deficiency

Golden mole
Golden moles are small, insectivorous burrowing mammals native to southern Africa. They form the family Chrysochloridae, and are taxonomically distinct from the true moles which they resemble due to convergence

Golden Retriever (song)
"Golden Retriever" is a song by Super Furry Animals. It was the first single to be issued from the album Phantom Power and reached number 13 on the UK Singles Chart on its release in July 2003

Golden Rule
Golden Rule may refer to:*The Golden Rule in ethics, morality, history and religion, also known as the ethic of reciprocity*Golden Rule savings rate, in economics, the savings rate which maximizes consumption in the Solow growth model

GoldenEye is the seventeenth spy film in the James Bond series, and the first to star Pierce Brosnan as the fictional MI6 agent James Bond. The film was directed by Martin Campbell and is the first film in the series not to take story elements from the works of novelist Ian Fleming

Goldeneye (estate)
Goldeneye was the name given by Ian Fleming to his estate in Oracabessa, Jamaica. He purchased the land next door to Golden Clouds estate and built his house on the edge of a cliff, overlooking a private beach. The original house was a modest structure consisting of three bedrooms and a swimming pool

GoldenEye (pinball)
GoldenEye is a 1996 pinball machine released by Sega Pinball. It is based on the 1995 James Bond film of the same name.-Gameplay:There are 5 modes which can be started at the Mode Start Lane. You cannot start one mode while in another. In non-mode single ball play, the bumpers cycle the currently lit mode

GoldenEye (soundtrack)
GoldenEye is the soundtrack to the 17th James Bond film of the same name and was composed by Éric Serra. It was released by EMI on November 14, 1995

Goldenrod (disambiguation)
Goldenrod can refer to:* Goldenrod, a yellow flowering plant in the Family Asteraceae* Goldenrod , a color defined by the W3C for use in Scalable Vector Graphics as RGB * Goldenrod Records, a record label

Goldenrod (showboat)
On December 24, 1967, the Goldenrod Showboat is a designated U.S. National Historic Landmark. She was placed on the ‘Threatened Historical Landmarks’ list in 2001.

Goldfinch may refer to any of the following species of bird from the genus Carduelis:* American Goldfinch, Carduelis tristis* European Goldfinch, Carduelis carduelis* Lawrence's Goldfinch, Carduelis lawrencei

Goldfish (TV series)
Golden Fishery is a South Korean talk show broadcast on MBC. It first aired on the July 7, 2006 and has had a fairly stable audience share. Currently, Radio Star is the main segment in this program.- True Story Theatre :

Goldmine (album)
Goldmine is the first studio album from fictional Icelandic singer Silvía Night, released on April 1, 2007. It topped the Official Icelandic Albums chart on April 23, 2007 . Topping the chart for two weeks

Golds may refer to:* Golds , a Tungusic people of the Far East* Golds , a type of jewelry worn over the teeth* Golds , an Australian surname* Golds World of Judaica, the Southern Hemisphere's largest Judaica store

A goldsmith is a metalworker who specializes in working with gold and other precious metals. Since ancient times the techniques of a goldsmith have evolved very little in order to produce items of jewelry of quality standards. In modern times actual goldsmiths are rare

Gole may refer to:* Göle, Turkey* Gole, Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland* Gole, Masovian Voivodeship, Poland* Gole , a family name

In Jewish folklore, a golem is an animated anthropomorphic being, created entirely from inanimate matter. The word was used to mean an amorphous, unformed material in Psalms and medieval writing.

Golem (band)
Golem is a German extreme death metal band. They took part in the 2007 Chronical Moshers Open Air festival. They should not be confused with a 1970s progressive rock band from Germany with the same name.-History:

Golem (book)
Golem is a 1996 picture book written and illustrated by David Wisniewski. With illustrations made of cut-paper collages, it is Wisniewski's retelling of the Jewish folktale of the Golem, with real people, real places, and a lengthy one-page background at the end.The story is set in year 1580 in Prague, and the Jews are being persecuted

Golem (comics)
In the Marvel Universe, there have been a number of fictional characters known as Golem. These include:-Monster:-Publication history:The Golem first appeared in Strange Tales vol

Golem (short story)
"Golem" is a comical short story written by a Korean author Lee Yeongdo based on the world of his novel Dragon Raja. It is a part of a series of short stories Yeongdo wrote known as "Sceneries Of Laboratory." The story portrays and questions human-based borders and limits and their meaning through an artificially created being named Golem.

Goleta may refer to:* Goleta, California* Goleta , a spider genus

Goleta (Amtrak station)
The Goleta Amtrak Station is an Amtrak rail station in the city of Goleta, California. It is served by Amtrak's Pacific Surfliner from San Luis Obispo to San Diego. Ten Pacific Surfliner trains serve the station daily. Six of the daily trains run on Goleta-San Diego or San Diego-Goleta schedules, either originating or terminating in Goleta

Golf (film)
Golf is a 1922 silent comedy film featuring Oliver Hardy.-Cast:* Larry Semon - The son* Lucille Carlisle - The daughter, the Blonde Flapper* Al Thompson - The father* Oliver Hardy - The neighbor * Vernon Dent - The suitor

Golf (Metra)
Golf Station is a commuter railroad station on Metra's Milwaukee District/North Line in Golf, Illinois. The station is located at 1 Overlook Drive, is away from Union Station, the southern terminus of the line, and serves commuters between Union Station and Fox Lake, Illinois. In Metra's zone-based fare system, Golf is in zone D

Golf stroke mechanics
Golf stroke mechanics is the means by which golfers make decisions and execute them in the sport of golf

Golgotha (1935 film)
Golgotha is a 1935 French film about the death of Jesus Christ. It was directed by Julien Duvivier, and stars Harry Baur as Herod and Jean Gabin as Pontius Pilate. Robert le Vigan plays Christ. It opened in the U.S. in 1937

Golgotha (disambiguation)
Golgotha may refer to:* Golgotha, or Calvary, the hill on which Jesus was crucified** Golgotha , a French film about the death of Jesus Christ

Golgotha (With Blood Comes Cleansing album)
Released in 2006 on Blood and Ink Records, Golgotha is With Blood Comes Cleansing's first full-length and debut album. Vocalist Mike Sasser left shortly after the recording of this album, and original vocalist Dean Atkinson returned.- Track listing :

Goliath (novel)
Goliath is a science fiction novel by Steve Alten. It is about the world's most dangerous machine controlled by a madman

Goliath (Six Flags Fiesta Texas)
Goliath is a steel inverted roller coaster designed by Bolliger & Mabillard operating at Six Flags Fiesta Texas in San Antonio, TX since April 18th, 2008. It is the first inverted coaster at a Six Flags park to be named Goliath.

Goliath (song)
The song "Goliath" is from The Mars Volta's fourth studio album The Bedlam in Goliath. It was originally released as "Rapid Fire Tollbooth" on guitarist Omar Rodríguez-López's 2007 solo album Se Dice Bisonte, No Bùfalo, but was incorporated into the Mars Volta's live set while touring in support of their album Amputechture

Golpe (guitar technique)
Golpe is mostly used in Flamenco guitar. It is a finger tap on the golpeador .-Technique:It is usually performed with the middle or annular finger, and can be performed either simultaneously with a down-stroke performed by another finger Golpe is mostly used in Flamenco guitar. It is a finger tap on the golpeador ("pick guard").-Technique:It is usually performed with the middle or annular (ring) finger, and can be performed either simultaneously with a down-stroke performed by another finger Golpe is mostly used in Flamenco guitar. It is a finger tap on the golpeador ("pick guard").-Technique:It is usually performed with the middle or annular (ring) finger, and can be performed either simultaneously with a down-stroke performed by another finger (eg

Golub comes from a Slavic root that means "pigeon" or "dove". It can refer to:* Golub-Dobrzyń , a town in Northern Poland.** Golub, Golub-Dobrzyń ** Gmina Golub-Dobrzyń** Golub-Dobrzyń County

Goma is a city in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo, on the northern shore of Lake Kivu, next to the Rwandan city of Gisenyi. The lake and the two cities are in the western branch of the Great Rift Valley, and Goma lies only 13 to 18 km due south of the crater of the active Nyiragongo Volcano


Gombe (Dish)
Gombe is a traditional dish from Sogn og Fjordane in Norway. It is made from curdled unpasteurized milk which is boiled down with sugar for several hours. It is generally served with lefse.

A GOMER is a medical slang term for a patient in a hospital who is demented or bordering on death, hence taking up room unnecessarily in the hospital

Gomo may refer to:*Chief Gomo, Pottawatomie chieftain*Gomo , Portuguese Indie musician*Gomo, Tibet

Gomorrah or Gomorra may refer to:* Sodom and Gomorrah, infamous biblical cities* Gomorrah , by Roberto Saviano** Gomorrah , based on the book* Operation Gomorrah, the Bombing of Hamburg in World War II in July 1943

The gonad is the organ that makes gametes. The gonads in males are the testes and the gonads in females are the ovaries. The product, gametes, are haploid germ cells. For example, spermatozoon and egg cells are gametes

A gonadoblastoma is a complex neoplasm composed of a mixture of gonadal elements, such as large primordial germ cells, immature Sertoli cells or granulosa cells of the sex cord, and gonadal stromal cells.-Associations:

Gonadotropins are protein hormones secreted by gonadotrope cells of the pituitary gland of vertebrates. This is a family of proteins, which include the mammalian hormones follitropin , lutropin , placental chorionic gonadotropins hCG and eCG and chorionic gonadotropin , as well as at least two forms of fish gonadotropins

The gondola is a traditional, flat-bottomed Venetian rowing boat, well suited to the conditions of the Venetian Lagoon. For centuries gondolas were the chief means of transportation and most common watercraft within Venice. In modern times the iconic boats still have a role in public transport in the city, serving as traghetti over the Grand Canal

Gondola (steam yacht)
The steam yacht Gondola is a Victorian, screw-propelled, steam-powered passenger vessel on Coniston Water, England. Originally launched in 1859, she was built for the steamer service carrying passengers from the Furness Railway. She was in commercial service until 1936, and was then retired as a houseboat

Mass noun
In linguistics, a mass noun is a noun that refers to some entity as an undifferentiated unit rather than as something with discrete subsets. Non-count nouns are best identified by their syntactic properties, and especially in contrast with count nouns. The semantics of mass nouns are highly controversial

Mass number
The mass number , also called atomic mass number or nucleon number, is the total number of protons and neutrons in an atomic nucleus. Because protons and neutrons both are baryons, the mass number A is identical with the baryon number B as of the nucleus as of the whole atom or ion

Mass production
Mass production is the production of large amounts of standardized products, including and especially on assembly lines

Mass spectrometry
Mass spectrometry is an analytical technique that measures the mass-to-charge ratio of charged particles.It is used for determining masses of particles, for determining the elemental composition of a sample or molecule, and for elucidating the chemical structures of molecules, such as peptides and other chemical compounds

Mass versus weight
In everyday usage, the mass of an object is often referred to as its weight though these are in fact different concepts and quantities. In scientific contexts, mass refers loosely to the amount of "matter" in an object , whereas weight refers to the force experienced by an object due to gravity

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts is a state in the New England region of the northeastern United States of America. It is bordered by Rhode Island and Connecticut to the south, New York to the west, and Vermont and New Hampshire to the north; at its east lies the Atlantic Ocean. As of the 2010 Census, the population of Massachusetts was 6,547,629

Massachusetts Attorney General
The Massachusetts Attorney General is an elected executive officer of the Massachusetts Government. The office of Attorney-General was abolished in 1843 and re-established in 1849. The current Attorney General is Martha Coakley.

Massachusetts Constitution
The Constitution of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts is the fundamental governing document of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, one of the 50 individual state governments that make up the United States of America. It was drafted by John Adams, Samuel Adams, and James Bowdoin during the Massachusetts Constitutional Convention between September 1 and October 30, 1779

Massachusetts General Hospital
Massachusetts General Hospital is a teaching hospital and biomedical research facility in the West End neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts

Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company
Founded in 1851, Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company is a leading mutual life insurance company with 1800 offices and 13 million clients worldwide. Mass Mutual is one of the largest Life Insurance companies globally and is currently ranked 93rd in the Fortune 500 list

Massachusetts Republican Party
The Massachusetts Republican Party is the Massachusetts branch of the United States Republican Party. Governance of the party takes the form of a State Committee which, in accordance with Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 52, consists of one man and one woman from each of the 40 Senate Districts of the Commonwealth, who are elected at the quadrennial election of Electors for President of

Massachusetts Rifle Association
Although there are several clubs that claim the title, the is the oldest active gun club in the United States. It was founded in 1875, just four years after the creation of the National Rifle Association in 1871

Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court
The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court is the highest court in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The SJC has the distinction of being the oldest continuously functioning appellate court in the Western Hemisphere.-History:

Massaman curry
Massaman curry is a southern Thai dish that is Muslim in origin. It is most commonly made with beef, but can also be made with duck, tofu, chicken, or pork .

Massey Ferguson
Massey Ferguson Limited was a major agricultural equipment manufacturer which was based in Canada before its purchase by AGCO. The company was formed by a merger between Massey Harris and the Ferguson tractor company in 1953, creating the company Massey Harris Ferguson. However in 1958 the name was shortened for the first time to coin the brand Massey Ferguson

Massey Memorial Organ
The Massey Memorial Organ is located on the grounds of Chautauqua Institution in Chautauqua, New York. It is the largest outdoor pipe organ in the world, with 5,640 pipes. The organ was built in Chautauqua's 5,000-seat wooden Amphitheater and was dedicated in 1907

Massive Attack
Massive Attack are an English DJ and trip hop duo from Bristol, England consisting of Robert "3D" Del Naja and Grant "Daddy G" Marshall. Working with co-producers, as well as various session musicians and guest vocalists, they make records and tour live. The duo are considered to be of the trip hop genre

Massive retaliation
Massive retaliation, also known as a massive response or massive deterrence, is a military doctrine and nuclear strategy in which a state commits itself to retaliate in much greater force in the event of an attack.-Strategy:

Mast (sailing)
The mast of a sailing vessel is a tall, vertical, or near vertical, spar, or arrangement of spars, which supports the sails. Large ships have several masts, with the size and configuration depending on the style of ship

Mast cell
A mast cell is a resident cell of several types of tissues and contains many granules rich in histamine and heparin

Master and Commander
Master and Commander is a historical naval novel by Patrick O'Brian. First published in 1969 , it is first in the Aubrey-Maturin series of stories of Captain Jack Aubrey and the naval surgeon Stephen Maturin. Closely based on the historical feats of Lord Cochrane, O'Brian's novel is set in the Napoleonic Wars

Master Harold...and the Boys
Master Harold...and the boys is a play by Athol Fugard. It was first produced at the Yale Repertory Theatre in early 1982 and made its premiere on Broadway at the Lyceum Theatre on 4 May where it ran for 344 performances

Master of Computer Applications
The Master of Computer Applications is a postgraduate degree in computer application streams awarded in India. Full time MCA programmes normally take three academic years. The primary emphasis in MCA curriculum is on the development of diverse types of application software rather than designing computer hardware and systems software

Master of Divinity
In the academic study of theology, the Master of Divinity is the first professional degree of the pastoral profession in North America

Master of Olympus - Zeus
Zeus: Master of Olympus is the fifth full title of the City Building Series developed by Impressions Games and published by Sierra Entertainment.

Master of Science
A Master of Science is a postgraduate academic master's degree awarded by universities in many countries. The degree is typically studied for in the sciences including the social sciences.-Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay:

Master of Theology
A Master of Theology is an advanced theological research degree offered by universities, divinity schools, and seminaries.-North America:In North America, the Master of Theology is considered by the Association of Theological Schools to be the minimum educational credential for teaching theological subjects in accredited schools

Master P
Percy Robert Miller , better known by his stage name Master P or his business name P. Miller, is an American rapper, actor, entrepreneur, investor, and producer. He is the founder of the popular label No Limit Records, which went bankrupt and was relaunched as New No Limit Records through Koch Records

Master race
Master race was a phrase and concept originating in the slave-holding Southern US. The later phrase Herrenvolk , interpreted as 'master race', was a concept in Nazi ideology in which the Nordic peoples, one of the branches of what in the late-19th and early-20th century was called the Aryan race, represent an ideal and "pure race" that was

MasterCraft is a United States manufacturer of luxury high performance boats that was founded in 1968 and is currently headquartered in Vonore, Tennessee

Masters and Johnson
The Masters and Johnson research team, composed of William H. Masters and Virginia E. Johnson, pioneered research into the nature of human sexual response and the diagnosis and treatment of sexual disorders and dysfunctions from 1957 until the 1990s.

Masters athletics (track and field)
Masters athletics is a class of the sport of athletics for veteran athletes in the events of track and field, road running and cross country running. The competitions feature five-year age groups beginning at age 35. Men as old as 104 and women in their 100s have competed in running, jumping and throwing events

Mastodons were large tusked mammal species of the extinct genus Mammut which inhabited Asia, Africa, Europe, North America and Central America from the Oligocene through Pleistocene, 33.9 mya to 11,000 years ago. The American mastodon is the most recent and best known species of the group

Masvingo is a town in south-eastern Zimbabwe and the capital of Masvingo Province. The town is close to Great Zimbabwe, the national monument from which the country takes its name.- History :

Mata Ki Chowki
Mata ki Chowki is a daily soap on the Hindi channel Sahara One that started airing from June 9, 2008. It is a story about a girl called Vaishnavi that is a great devotee of Mata Vaishno Devi.-Synopsis:

Mataas na Kahoy, Batangas
Mataasnakahoy is a 4th class municipality in the Province of Batangas, Philippines. According to the latest census, it has 25,400 people in 3,918 households.

Matag-ob, Leyte
Matag-ob is a 5th class municipality in the province of Leyte, Philippines. According to the 2000 census, it has a population of 17,527 people in 3,523 households.

Matauri Bay
Matauri Bay is a bay in New Zealand, situated 30 km north of Kerikeri, in Whangaroa county, just north of the Bay of Islands. It has over a kilometre of beautiful white sand and crystal clear water

Matawan, New Jersey
Matawan is a borough in Monmouth County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough population was 8,810. The name "Matawan" comes from a Native American Lenape word.

A match is a tool for starting a fire under controlled conditions. A typical modern match is made of a small wooden stick or stiff paper. One end is coated with a material that can be ignited by frictional heat generated by striking the match against a suitable surface is an online dating company which reportedly has more than 20 million members, made up of a 49/51 male/female ratio, and Web sites serving 25 countries in more than 8 different languages. Its headquarters are in Dallas, Texas and the company also has offices in West Hollywood, Tokyo, Rio, and Beijing

Matchbox Sky Busters
The Matchbox Sky Busters are a range of die-cast model aircraft produced under the Matchbox brand, initially by Lesney Products and later by Mattel.The earlier Sky Busters were produced in 1973 from London, England

Matchless is one of the oldest marques of British motorcycles, manufactured in Plumstead, London, between 1899 and 1966. A wide range of models was produced under the Matchless name, ranging from small two-strokes to 750 cc four-stroke twins

Matchless G3/L
The Matchless G3/L is a motorcycle developed for use by the British Army during the Second World War, when Matchless manufactured 80,000 G3 and G3/L models. The G3/L became one of the most popular motorcycles used during the war, as it was the first to replace the unforgiving "girder" front forks with a new technology, "Teledraulic" suspension

Matchstick Men
Matchstick Men is a 2003 American drama film directed by Ridley Scott. Based on Eric Garcia's novel Matchstick Men: A Novel about Grifters with Issues , the motion picture stars Nicolas Cage, Sam Rockwell, and Alison Lohman.-Plot:

Material selection
Material selection is a step in the process of designing any physical object. In the context of product design, the main goal of material selection is to minimize cost while meeting product performance goals. Systematic selection of the best material for a given application begins with properties and costs of candidate materials

Materiality (law)
Materiality is a legal term which can have different meanings, depending on context. When speaking of facts, the term generally means a fact which is "significant to the issue or matter at hand".-In the law of evidence:

Materials science
Materials science is an interdisciplinary field applying the properties of matter to various areas of science and engineering. This scientific field investigates the relationship between the structure of materials at atomic or molecular scales and their macroscopic properties. It incorporates elements of applied physics and chemistry

Math A
Mathematics courses named Math A, Maths A, and similar are found in:*Mathematics education in New York: Math A, Math A/B, Math B*Mathematics education in Australia: Maths A, Maths B, Maths C

Mathcad is computer software primarily intended for the verification, validation, documentation and re-use of engineering calculations. First introduced in 1986 on DOS, it was the first to introduce live editing of typeset mathematical notation, combined with its automatic computations

Mathematica is a computational software program used in scientific, engineering, and mathematical fields and other areas of technical computing

Mathematical economics
Mathematical economics is the application of mathematical methods to represent economic theories and analyze problems posed in economics. It allows formulation and derivation of key relationships in a theory with clarity, generality, rigor, and simplicity

Mathematical induction
Mathematical induction is a method of mathematical proof typically used to establish that a given statement is true of all natural numbers

A mathematician is a person whose primary area of study is the field of mathematics. Mathematicians are concerned with quantity, structure, space, and change.

Mathematics is the study of quantity, space, structure, and change. Mathematicians seek out patterns and formulate new conjectures. Mathematicians resolve the truth or falsity of conjectures by mathematical proofs, which are arguments sufficient to convince other mathematicians of their validity

Mather Air Force Base
Mather Air Force Base is a closed United States Air Force Base located east of Sacramento at Rancho Cordova, California on the south side of U.S. Route 50.

Mathieu Orfila
Mathieu Joseph Bonaventure Orfila was a Spanish-born French toxicologist and chemist, the founder of the science of toxicology.- Role in Forensic Toxicology :

This article has details about the novel as well as its film adaptation.Mathilukal is a Malayalam novel written by Vaikom Muhammad Basheer in 1965. It is one of the most cherished and well-known love stories in Malayalam. Its hero, Basheer himself, and heroine, Narayani, never meet, yet they love each other passionately

Mathematical Markup Language is an application of XML for describing mathematical notations and capturing both its structure and content. It aims at integrating mathematical formulae into World Wide Web pages and other documents

Matilda (novel)
Matilda is a children's novel by British author Roald Dahl. It was published in 1988 by Jonathan Cape in London, with illustrations by Quentin Blake. The story is about Matilda Wormwood, an extraordinary child with ordinary and rather unpleasant parents, who are contemptuous of their daughter's prodigious talents

Matilda Coxe Stevenson
Matilda Coxe Stevenson was an American ethnologist, born at San Augustine, Tex.-Bio:In 1872 she was married to James Stevenson, an ethnologist , with whom she spent 13 years in explorations of the Rocky Mountain region.

Matilda of Flanders
Matilda of Flanders was the wife of William the Conqueror and, as such, Queen consort of the Kingdom of England. She bore William nine/ten children, including two kings, William II and Henry I.-Marriage:

Matthew Paul Miller , better known by his Hebrew name and stage name Matisyahu, is an American Hasidic Jewish reggae and alternative rock musician.

Matiu/Somes Island
Matiu/Somes Island, at , is the largest of three islands in the northern half of Wellington Harbour, New Zealand. It lies south of the suburb of Petone and the mouth of the Hutt River, and about northwest of the much smaller Makaro/Ward Island.

MATLAB is a numerical computing environment and fourth-generation programming language. Developed by MathWorks, MATLAB allows matrix manipulations, plotting of functions and data, implementation of algorithms, creation of user interfaces, and interfacing with programs written in other languages, including C, C++, Java, and Fortran.Although MATLAB is

Matlalcueitl (volcano)
La Malinche mountain, also known as Matlalcuéyetl, Matlalcueitl or Malintzin, is an inactive volcano located in Tlaxcala and Puebla states, in Mexico. Officially, its summit reaches above sea level, though in some articles it is considered to be 4,503 m

Maton is an Australian manufacturer of guitars and other fretted musical instruments.Maton was founded in 1946 as the Maton Musical Instruments Company by Bill May and his brother Reg

Matra Bagheera
The Matra Bagheera is a sports car created by the French engineering group Matra in cooperation with the automaker Simca and design by Greek designer Antonis Volanis

A matriarchy is a society in which females, especially mothers, have the central roles of political leadership and moral authority. It is also sometimes called a gynocratic or gynocentric society.

Matriculation, in the broadest sense, means to be registered or added to a list, from the Latin matricula – little list. In Scottish heraldry, for instance, a matriculation is a registration of armorial bearings