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Grey
Grey or gray is an achromatic or neutral color.Complementary colors are defined to mix to grey, either additively or subtractively, and many color models place complements opposite each other in a color wheel. To produce grey in RGB displays, the R, G, and B primary light sources are combined in proportions equal to that of the white point

Grey (disambiguation)
Grey or gray is a neutral color between black and white.Grey or gray may also refer to:-Places:in England* Grays, a town in Essex, England* Grays, a town in Kent, England

Grey (Sandy Lam album)
"Grey" is the fourth studio album by Sandy Lam, released under CBS Records in 1987. To continue the success of her last album in February of the same year, Sandy and her producers focused on the successful elements of her last album and applied onto this album, which introduced Eurodance into Hong Kong

Grey area
Grey area or gray area is a concept or topic that is unclear.Grey area may also refer to:*Grey Area *"The Grey Area", a song by Miss Kittin & The Hacker from the EP Champagne

Grey Area
Grey Area was formed from the ashes of one of the original New York hardcore bands, Warzone. The death of Warzone vocalist Raybeez ultimately forced the untimely break up, but also brought life to Grey Area. Featuring ex members of other great hardcore-punk bands such as Black Train Jack and Token Entry.-History:New York Hardcore wasn't ready yet

Grey area
Grey area or gray area is a concept or topic that is unclear.Grey area may also refer to:*Grey Area *"The Grey Area", a song by Miss Kittin & The Hacker from the EP Champagne

Grey Area (book)
-Publishing Details:The collection was first published in 1994. It comprises some of Self's commissioned work as well as a number of stories written specially for the anthology

Grey matter
Grey matter is a major component of the central nervous system, consisting of neuronal cell bodies, neuropil , glial cells and capillaries. Grey matter contains neural cell bodies, in contrast to white matter, which does not and mostly contains myelinated axon tracts

Grey-legged Tinamou
The Grey-legged Tinamou, Crypturellus duidae, is a species of tinamou found in relatively dry, shrubby forests in the Amazon in South America.-Taxonomy:

Grey-throated Rail
The Grey-throated Rail is a species of bird in the Rallidae family.It is found in Cameroon, Central African Republic, Republic of the Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ivory Coast, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Ghana, Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, and Sierra Leone.-References:* BirdLife International 2004. . Downloaded on 24 July 2007.

Greyhound (band)
Greyhound was a reggae band from the United Kingdom.Greyhound began as The Rudies in the late 1960s, with core members Danny Smith and Freddie Notes. They also released material as The Tilermen and Des All Stars. Under the name The Rudies, they issued a cover of "Patches" by Clarence Carter and also "Montego Bay" by Bobby Bloom

Greyhound (sternwheeler 1890)
The Greyhound was an express passenger steamer which operated in 1890s to about 1915 on Puget Sound in Washington, United States. This vessel, commonly known as the Hound, the Pup or the Dog, was of unusual design, having small upper works, but an enormous sternwheel

Greylag Goose
The Greylag Goose , Anser anser, is a bird with a wide range in the Old World. It is the type species of the genus Anser.

GRI
GRI may refer to one of the following*Gas Research Institute, a research agency funded by the United States natural gas industry*General Rate Increase, an annual or semi-annual adjustment of ocean freight charges by shipping companies*Gentle Rest Inn

Grid
Grid or The Grid may refer to:In entertainment and media:* The Grid, an electronic dance group* Kevorkian Death Cycle, a music group formerly called Grid* The Grid , a 2001 third person shooter

Grid (spatial index)
In the context of a spatial index, a grid is a regular tessellation of a manifold or 2-D surface that divides it into a series of contiguous cells, which can then be assigned unique identifiers and used for spatial indexing purposes

Gridino
Gridino may refer to:*Gridino, Orekhovo-Zuyevsky District, Moscow Oblast, a village in Orekhovo-Zuyevsky District of Moscow Oblast, Russia*Gridino, Yegoryevsky District, Moscow Oblast, a village in Yegoryevsky District of Moscow Oblast, Russia

Gridiron
Gridiron may refer to:*Gridiron Secret Society, a secret society at the University of Georgia.* Gridiron , type of grill that can be used to cook meat or other food over a fire; most of the other usages derive from this term due to their fancied resemblance* Gridiron plan, in urban planning, a system that describes an ordered arrangement of streets in a regular grid pattern,

Gridlock
The term gridlock is defined as "A state of severe road congestion arising when continuous queues of vehicles block an entire network of intersecting streets, bringing traffic in all directions to a complete standstill; a traffic jam of this kind." The term originates from a situation possible in a grid plan where intersections are blocked, preventing vehicles from either moving forwards

Gridlock (Doctor Who)
"Gridlock" is the third episode from the third series of the revived British science fiction television series Doctor Who which aired on 14 April 2007. The Doctor returns to a much grittier New Earth with Martha Jones and meets the Face of Boe one final time. But as New New York becomes a deadly trap, the streets are deserted except for shady Pharmacists

Grief
Grief is a multi-faceted response to loss, particularly to the loss of someone or something to which a bond was formed. Although conventionally focused on the emotional response to loss, it also has physical, cognitive, behavioral, social, and philosophical dimensions

Grief (band)
-Biography:Grief was founded in 1991 by Disrupt guitarist Terry Savastano and drummer Randy Odierno . They broke up in 2001 mainly due to drummer problems - something that was an ongoing problem for the band from the start. They also cited what they called a "hostile environment for doom metal bands"

Grief (disambiguation)
Grief is a multi-faceted response to loss.Grief may also refer to:*Grief , by Andrew Holleran*Grief , the Doom Metal band*Grief *Griefer, a video gaming slang term

Grief (novel)
Grief is a novel by American author Andrew Holleran, published in 2006. An open homosexual, Holleran maintains the reputation of a respected writer of Gay Literature. The novel takes place in Washington D.C., following the personal journey of a middle-aged, gay man dealing with the death of his mother

Grieg (disambiguation)
Grieg usually refers to the Norwegian composer and pianist Edvard Grieg. It may also refer to:-People:* Otto Grieg Tidemand, a Norwegian politician* Nordahl Grieg, a Norwegian poet, novelist, dramatist, and journalist

Griegos
Griegos is a municipality located in the province of Teruel, Aragon, Spain. According to the 2004 census , the municipality has a population of 137 inhabitants.

Grievance
A grievance is a wrong or hardship suffered, which is the grounds of a complaint.-History and politics:A grievance may arise from injustice or tyranny, and be cause for rebellion or revolution.

Grievance (song)
"Grievance" is a song by the American rock band Pearl Jam. Written by vocalist Eddie Vedder, "Grievance" is the ninth track on the band's sixth studio album, Binaural .-Origin and recording:

Grieve
The Grieve was a Peruvian automobile that was built in 1908 by Juan Alberto Grieve, a Peruvian engineer with extensive knowledge in combustion engines. The vehicle became the first automobile designed and built in South America. A pioneer in the automobile industry, Grieve decided to build a car that would be powerful enough to overcome the bad roads and difficult terrain of Peru

Grievous (disambiguation)
Grievous commonly refers to:* General Grievous, a fictional character in the Star Wars universe* Grievous , an aesthetic of attitude, behaviour, comportment, appearance and style

Grievous Bodily Harm
Grievous Bodily Harm is a 1988 Australian crime film directed by Mark Joffe starring Colin Friels and John Waters. Crime reporter Tom Stewart and a cop look for a deranged schoolteacher who goes on a murder spree while looking for the lover he thought to be dead.-Awards:The film was nominated for 4 AFI Awards in 1988, including best

Griff
Griff may refer to:*Griff , a short-lived ABC television series that lasted from 1973-1974*Griffin, a legendary creature with the body of a lion and the head of an eagle*Griff Rhys Jones, a British comedian, writer and actor

Griffin
The griffin, griffon, or gryphon is a legendary creature with the body of a lion and the head and wings of an eagle

Griffin (comics)
Griffin, in comics, may refer to:*Griffin , an AWOL space mercenary originally published by DC Comics*Griffin , a DC Comics character who is a novice superhero and roommate to Bart Allen

Griffin (Marvel Comics)
Griffin is a fictional character, a Marvel Comics supervillain. He first appeared in Amazing Adventures vol. 1 #15 and was created by Steve Englehart and Tom Sutton.-Fictional character biography:

Griffin (missile)
The Griffin is a short-range air-to-surface missile developed by Raytheon for UAVs. It is tube-launched, with a 5.5 inches diameter, weighs 45 pounds, and has a semi-active laser seeker. It has a 13-lb warhead, smaller than the Hellfire typically used by armed UAVs, which has the effect of reducing the potential for collateral damage

Griffith
-People:* Griffith * Griffith * Griffith Borgeson , American race car historian and editor-in-chief of Motor Trend magazine* Griffith Brewer, pioneer English balloonist and aviator* Griffith Davies , actuary

Griffith (surname)
Griffith is a surname of Welsh origin which derives from the given name Gruffudd. The prefix Griff may mean "strong grip" and the suffix, udd, means "chief"/"lord". The earliest recorded example of the surname was "Gryffyth" in 1295, but the given name is older

Griffiths
Griffiths is a surname with Welsh origins, as in Gruffydd ap Llywelyn Fawr. People called Griffiths recorded here include:* Albert Griffiths , better known as Young Griffo, boxing champion

Griffon
Griffon is a type of dog, a collection of breeds of originally hunting dogs. There are three recognized lines of the griffon type Fédération Cynologique Internationale FCI, the griffon vendéens, the wirehaired pointers, and the smousje

Griffon (disambiguation)
-Biology:* Griffon Vulture, an Old World vulture in the family Accipitridae, which also includes eagles, kites, buzzards and hawks* Himalayan Griffon Vulture, an Old World vulture in the family Accipitridae, which also includes eagles, kites, buzzards and hawks

Griffon Vulture
The Griffon Vulture is a large Old World vulture in the bird of prey family Accipitridae.The Griffon Vulture is long with a wingspan. In the nominate race the males weigh and females typically weigh , while in the Indian subspecies the vultures average

Grifter
Grifter is a fictional comic book character from in the Wildstorm Universe. He is best known as a member of Jim Lee's WildC.A.T.S

Grifter
Grifter commonly refers to:* A practitioner of confidence tricksGrifter may also refer to:* Grifter , fictional character created by Jim Lee for Wildstorm Comics and later incorporated into the DC Universe

Grignard
Grignard can be a French last name, or refers to an organic chemical reaction.* Victor Grignard, a French organic chemist.* The Grignard Company a chemical manufacturer.* Grignard reaction, an organic chemical reaction developed by Victor Grignard.

Grigri (climbing)
A Grigri is a hand-sized belay device designed to help secure rock-climbing, rappelling, and rope-acrobatic activities. Its main characteristic is a clutch that self-locks under a shock load. Belayers using a Grigri need to pay full attention to their climber and exercise skillful operation to ensure safety

Grigri (climbing)
A Grigri is a hand-sized belay device designed to help secure rock-climbing, rappelling, and rope-acrobatic activities. Its main characteristic is a clutch that self-locks under a shock load. Belayers using a Grigri need to pay full attention to their climber and exercise skillful operation to ensure safety

Grike
Grike, may refer to:*Grike, the character Shrike in the North American editions of Hungry City Chronicles*Grike – a hill in the English Lake District*Grike or gryke, a feature of Limestone pavements

Grike (Lake District)
Grike is a hill in the west of the English Lake District, near Ennerdale Water. It is part of the Lank Rigg group, the most westerly Wainwright as the fells diminish toward the coastal plain

Grill
-In food:* Barbecue grill, a device or surface used for cooking food, usually fuelled by gas or charcoal, or the part of a cooker that performs this function.* Grilling, a form of cooking that involves direct heat.

Grille
A grille or grill is an opening of several slits side by side in a wall or metal sheet or other barrier, usually to let air or water enter and/or leave but keep larger objects including people and animals in or out.-Spelling:In the United States, "grille" is used to differentiate the automotive part from the cooking device,

Grilli
Grilli is a surname, and may refer to:*Guido Grilli baseball relief pitcher*Jason Grilli , baseball relief pitcher

Grillo (disambiguation)
Grillo is a Spanish and an Italian word indicating the cricket insect. It may refer to:*Grillo, the grape variety.*Grillo .*Grillo telephone.*El Grillo, a song.The following people are named Grillo:

Grillon
Grillon is a commune in the Vaucluse department in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region in southeastern France.It lies approximately 6 km from the Chateau and village of Grignan.-References:*

Grim
Grim may refer to:* Archibald the Grim, 14th century Scottish Magnate and Warlord.* Grim trigger, a strategy in Game Theory* Grim , a fictional character from the television series The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy

Grim (band)
Grim was a Montenegrin gothic metal band. It was formed in 1999 in Bar, Montenegro. Their first single "Rijeka Moga Sna" was released in 2003, and a video was filmed for it

Grim Reaper (film)
Grim Reaper is a horror film directed by Michael Feifer, which starring Cherish Lee, Brent Fidler and Benjamin Pitts.-Plot:Six people who survived near-fatal accidents are subsequently menaced by the titular Grim Reaper. Is this for real or is it all in their minds?-Cast:* Cherish Lee as Rachel* Brent Fidler as Dr

Grim Reaper (gene)
The Grim Reaper gene is a gene found in Drosophila fruit flies. It is involved in triggering apoptosis of larval salivary gland tissue during pupation, as part of the irregular development of adult flies.

Grimace
Grimace may refer to:*A type of facial expression usually of disgust, disapproval, or pain*Grimace , a French composer active in the mid-to-late 14th century*Grimace , a McDonald's character in TV commercials

Grimace (composer)
Grimace was a French composer active in the mid-to-late 14th century.Grimace was active in the period of music history known as the ars nova and was probably a contemporary of Guillaume de Machaut, since his compositions lack the complicated rhythms of the Ars subtilior

GrimE
GrimE is an adventure game engine, created by Bret Mogilefsky at LucasArts using the free software scripting language Lua. It was first used for Grim Fandango. Partly based on the Sith engine, GrimE was the successor to SCUMM, preserving some of that engine's features

Grime
Grime is a style of music that emerged from Bow, East London, England in the early 2000s, primarily as a development of UK garage, dancehall, and hip hop

Grime
Grime may refer to:* Dirt* Grime , a genre of music* Grime , an album by Iniquity* GrimE, an adventure game engine

Grime (album)
-Track listing:# "Tides of Vengeance" - 4:31# "The Bullet's Breath" - 3:53# "Border Into Shadow" - 5:40# "Bloodletting" - 5:29# "Spawn of the Abscess" - 7:23

Grimoire
A grimoire is a textbook of magic. Such books typically include instructions on how to create magical objects like talismans and amulets, how to perform magical spells, charms and divination and also how to summon or invoke supernatural entities such as angels, spirits, and demons

Grin
Grin may refer to:* A facial expression; see Smile* Alexander Grin , Russian novelist* Grin , 1993* Grin , a band formed by Nils Lofgren** Grin , 1971

GRIN (company)
GRIN was a video game developer based in Stockholm, Sweden. Founded by Bo and Ulf Andersson in 1997, GRIN has worked on numerous titles for the PC, consoles and arcade.-History:

Methamphetamine
Methamphetamine is a psychostimulant of the phenethylamine and amphetamine class of psychoactive drugs

Methamphetamine
Methamphetamine is a psychostimulant of the phenethylamine and amphetamine class of psychoactive drugs

Methane clathrate
Methane clathrate, also called methane hydrate, hydromethane, methane ice, "fire ice", natural gas hydrate or just gas hydrate, is a solid clathrate compound in which a large amount of methane is trapped within a crystal structure of water, forming a solid similar to ice

Methanogen
Methanogens are microorganisms that produce methane as a metabolic byproduct in anoxic conditions. They are classified as archaea, a group quite distinct from bacteria

Methanol
Methanol, also known as methyl alcohol, wood alcohol, wood naphtha or wood spirits, is a chemical with the formula CH3OH . It is the simplest alcohol, and is a light, volatile, colorless, flammable liquid with a distinctive odor very similar to, but slightly sweeter than, ethanol

Methanol economy
The methanol economy is a suggested future economy in which methanol replaces fossil fuels as a means of energy storage, ground transportation fuel, and raw material for synthetic hydrocarbons and their products. It offers an alternative to the proposed hydrogen economy or ethanol economy.In the 1990s Nobel prize winner George A

Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus is a bacterium responsible for several difficult-to-treat infections in humans. It is also called multidrug-resistant Staphylococcus aureus and oxacillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus

Method of image charges
The method of image charges is a basic problem-solving tool in electrostatics

Methodist Church of Fiji and Rotuma
The Methodist Church of Fiji and Rotuma is the largest Christian denomination in Fiji, with 36.2 percent of the total population at the 1996 census

Methodist Church of Great Britain
The Methodist Church of Great Britain is the largest Wesleyan Methodist body in the United Kingdom, with congregations across Great Britain . It is the United Kingdom's fourth largest Christian denomination, with around 300,000 members and 6,000 churches

Methodist Episcopal Church
The Methodist Episcopal Church, sometimes referred to as the M.E. Church, was a development of the first expression of Methodism in the United States. It officially began at the Baltimore Christmas Conference in 1784, with Francis Asbury and Thomas Coke as the first bishops. Through a series of divisions and mergers, the M.E

Methodist Episcopal Church, South
The Methodist Episcopal Church, South, or Methodist Episcopal Church South, was the so-called "Southern Methodist Church" resulting from the split over the issue of slavery in the Methodist Episcopal Church which had been brewing over several years until it came out into the open at a conference held in Louisville, Kentucky, in 1844

Methodology
Methodology is generally a guideline for solving a problem, with specificcomponents such as phases, tasks, methods, techniques and tools . It can be defined also as follows:

Methods of computing square roots
There are several methods for calculating the principal square root of a nonnegative real number. For the square roots of a negative or complex number, see below.- Rough estimation :

Methoprene
Methoprene is a juvenile hormone analog which can be used as an insecticide that acts as a growth regulator. Methoprene is an amber-colored liquid with a faint fruity odor which is essentially nontoxic to humans when ingested or inhaled. It is used in drinking water cisterns to control mosquitoes which spread dengue fever and malaria.Methoprene does not kill adult insects

Methuselah
Methuselah is the oldest person whose age is mentioned in the Hebrew Bible. Extra-biblical tradition maintains that he died on the 11th of Cheshvan of the year 1656 , at the age of 969, seven days before the beginning of the Great Flood

Methyl ethyl ketone peroxide
Methyl ethyl ketone peroxide is an organic peroxide, a high explosive similar to acetone peroxide. MEKP is a colorless, oily liquid whereas acetone peroxide is a white powder at STP; MEKP is slightly less sensitive to shock and temperature, and more stable in storage.Dilute solutions of 30 to 60% MEKP are used in industry and by hobbyists as the catalyst which initiates the

Methyl isobutyl ketone
Methyl isobutyl ketone is the organic compound with the formula 2CHCH2CCH3. This colourless liquid, a ketone, is widely used as a solvent.-Production:

Methyl lithium
Methyllithium is an organolithium reagent with the empirical formula CH3Li. This s-block organometallic compound adopts an oligomeric structure both in solution and in the solid state. This highly reactive compound, invariably used as a solution in ethers, is a reagent in organic synthesis as well as organometallic chemistry

Methyl methacrylate
Methyl methacrylate is an organic compound with the formula CH2=CCOOCH3. This colourless liquid, the methyl ester of methacrylic acid is a monomer produced on a large scale for the production of poly .-Production:

Methyl red
Methyl red, also called C.I. Acid Red 2, is an indicator dye that turns red in acidic solutions. It is an azo dye, and is a dark red crystalline powder.

Methyl salicylate
Methyl salicylate is a natural product of many species of plants. Some of the plants which produce it are called wintergreens, hence the common name.-Botanical background:

Methyl tert-butyl ether
Methyl tert-butyl ether, also known as methyl tertiary butyl ether and MTBE, is an organic compound with molecular formula 3COCH3. MTBE is a volatile, flammable, and colorless liquid that is immiscible with water. It has a minty odor vaguely reminiscent of diethyl ether, leading to unpleasant taste and odor in water

Methylation
In the chemical sciences, methylation denotes the addition of a methyl group to a substrate or the substitution of an atom or group by a methyl group. Methylation is a form of alkylation with, to be specific, a methyl group, rather than a larger carbon chain, replacing a hydrogen atom

Methylcyclopentadienyl manganese tricarbonyl
Methylcyclopentadienyl manganese tricarbonyl is an organomanganese compound with the formula Mn3. Marketed initially in 1958 as a supplement to the gasoline additive tetraethyl lead to increase the fuel's octane rating, MMT was later used in unleaded gasoline

Methyldopa
Methyldopa is an alpha-adrenergic agonist psychoactive drug used as a sympatholytic or antihypertensive. Its use is now mostly deprecated following the introduction of alternative safer classes of agents

Methylene blue
Methylene blue is a heterocyclic aromatic chemical compound with the molecular formula C16H18N3SCl. It has many uses in a range of different fields, such as biology and chemistry. At room temperature it appears as a solid, odorless, dark green powder, that yields a blue solution when dissolved in water. The hydrated form has 3 molecules of water per molecule of methylene blue

Methylenedioxyethylamphetamine
3,4-Methylenedioxy-N-ethylamphetamine is an entactogen, psychedelic, and stimulant of the phenethylamine and amphetamine chemical classes.

Methylparaben
Methylparaben, also methyl paraben, one of the parabens, is a preservative with the chemical formula CH3. It is the methyl ester of p-hydroxybenzoic acid.-Occurrence:

Methylphenidate
Methylphenidate is a psychostimulant drug approved for treatment of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome and narcolepsy. It may also be prescribed for off-label use in treatment-resistant cases of lethargy, depression, neural insult and obesity

Metic
In ancient Greece, the term metic referred to a resident alien, one who did not have citizen rights in his or her Greek city-state of residence.

Metoclopramide
Metoclopramide is an antiemetic and gastroprokinetic agent. It is commonly used to treat nausea and vomiting, to facilitate gastric emptying in people with gastroparesis, and as a treatment for the gastric stasis often associated with migraine headaches.-Medical uses:Metoclopramide is commonly used to treat nausea including that which is due to chemotherapy and that occurring

Metric system
The metric system is an international decimalised system of measurement. France was first to adopt a metric system, in 1799, and a metric system is now the official system of measurement, used in almost every country in the world

Metro Cash and Carry
-Romania:METRO Cash and Carry was one of the first international food and non-food retail chains to enter the Romanian market, opening its first store in 1996 in Bucharest, near Henri Coandă International Airport.

Metro Cebu
Metro Cebu is the main urban center of the province of Cebu in the Philippines. Metro Cebu is located along the central eastern portion of the island including the nearby island of Mactan

Metro Light Rail
The Metro Light Rail is the only currently operating light rail line in Sydney. The line opened on 31 August 1997, mostly along the route of an unused goods railway line, to serve the redeveloped inner-city areas of Darling Harbour, Ultimo and Pyrmont, and was extended in 2000 to serve some of Sydney's inner western suburbs.-Central to

Metro Manila
Metropolitan Manila , the National Capital Region , or simply Metro Manila, is the metropolitan region encompassing the City of Manila and its surrounding areas in the Philippines

Metro Radio Arena Newcastle
Metro Radio Arena is a sports and entertainment arena in the city of Newcastle upon Tyne, North East England, United Kingdom. Owned and operated by the SMG Europe and sponsored by Metro Radio, it hosts music, entertainment, sports & business events

Metro Transit (King County)
King County Metro, or Metro for short, is the public transit authority of King County, Washington, a division of the King County Department of Transportation. It began operations on January 1, 1973, but can trace its roots to Seattle Transit, founded in 1939, and Overlake Transit Service, founded in 1927. As of 2008, it operated 1,443 buses on 223 routes

Metro Transit (Minnesota)
Metro Transit is the transit division of the Metropolitan Council, a regional governmental agency in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area of the U.S. state of Minnesota. Metro Transit is the largest operator of bus services in the seven-county region surrounding Minneapolis and St

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc. is an American media company, involved primarily in the production and distribution of films and television programs. MGM was founded in 1924 when the entertainment entrepreneur Marcus Loew gained control of Metro Pictures, Goldwyn Pictures Corporation and Louis B. Mayer Pictures

Metro-North Railroad
The Metro-North Commuter Railroad , trading as MTA Metro-North Railroad, or, more commonly, Metro-North, is a suburban commuter rail service that is run and managed by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority , an authority of New York State. It is the busiest commuter railroad in the United States as measured in terms of overall monthly ridership

Metrobus (Istanbul)
Metrobus is the name of the bus rapid transit system implemented and operated in İstanbul, Turkey. The name Metrobüs was coined by the transit agency to suggest that this system is a hybrid between a metro train and a bus

Metrology
Metrology is the science of measurement. Metrology includes all theoretical and practical aspects of measurement. The word comes from Greek μέτρον , "measure" + "λόγος" , amongst others meaning "speech, oration, discourse, quote, study, calculation, reason"

Metronome
A metronome is any device that produces regular, metrical ticks — settable in beats per minute. These ticks represent a fixed, regular aural pulse; some metronomes also include synchronized visual motion

Metropolis (film)
Metropolis is a 1927 German expressionist film in the science-fiction genre directed by Fritz Lang. Produced in Germany during a stable period of the Weimar Republic, Metropolis is set in a futuristic urban dystopia and makes use of this context to explore the social crisis between workers and owners inherent in capitalism, as expressed by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels

Metropolis-Hastings algorithm
In mathematics and physics, the Metropolis–Hastings algorithm is a Markov chain Monte Carlo method for obtaining a sequence of random samples from a probability distribution for which direct sampling is difficult

Metropolitan and Metropolitan District Railways
The Metropolitan Railway was the first underground railway to be built in London, creating the world's first metro system.-History:The first railways to be built in the United Kingdom were constructed in the early 19th century

Metropolitan Borough of Bermondsey
The Metropolitan Borough of Bermondsey was a Metropolitan borough in the County of London, created in 1900 by the London Government Act 1899. It was abolished and its area became part of the London Borough of Southwark in 1965.-History:

Metropolitan Borough of Holborn
The Metropolitan Borough of Holborn was a Metropolitan borough in the County of London between 1900 and 1965, when it was amalgamated with the Metropolitan Borough of St Pancras and the Metropolitan Borough of Hampstead to form the London Borough of Camden.

Metropolitan Borough of Islington
The Metropolitan Borough of Islington was a Metropolitan borough within the County of London from 1900 to 1965, when it was amalgamated with the Metropolitan Borough of Finsbury to form the London Borough of Islington.-Boundaries:

Metropolitan Borough of Stepney
The Metropolitan Borough of Stepney was a Metropolitan borough in the County of London created in 1900. In 1965 it became part of the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.-Boundaries:

Metropolitan Cattle Market
The Metropolitan Cattle Market in Islington, north London was built by the City of London Corporation and opened in June 1855 by Prince Albert

Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Metropolitan Museum of Art is a renowned art museum in New York City. Its permanent collection contains more than two million works, divided into nineteen curatorial departments. The main building, located on the eastern edge of Central Park along Manhattan's Museum Mile, is one of the world's largest art galleries

Metropolitan Opera
The Metropolitan Opera is an opera company, located in New York City. Originally founded in 1880, the company gave its first performance on October 22, 1883. The company is operated by the non-profit Metropolitan Opera Association, with Peter Gelb as general manager

Metropolitan Police Service
The Metropolitan Police Service is the territorial police force responsible for Greater London, excluding the "square mile" of the City of London which is the responsibility of the City of London Police

Metropolitan Remand Centre
The Metropolitan Remand Centre is an Australian prison located at Ravenhall, Victoria, approximately 20 kilometres from the Melbourne CBD on the Western Freeway

Metropolitan Stadium
Metropolitan Stadium was a sports stadium that once stood in Bloomington, Minnesota, just outside Minneapolis. The area where the stadium once stood is now the site of the Mall of America

Metropolitan-Vickers
Metropolitan-Vickers, Metrovick, or Metrovicks, was a British heavy electrical engineering company of the early-to-mid 20th century formerly known as British Westinghouse. Highly diversified, they were particularly well known for their industrial electrical equipment such as generators, steam turbines, switchgear, transformers, electronics and railway traction equipment

Metropolitanos
The Metropolitanos of Havana was a baseball team in the Cuban National Series. The Metros, also known as the Guerreros , has historically been a poor team, though it is ostensibly the heir to the Habana teams of the pre-revolutionary Cuban League.

Metz Cathedral
Saint Étienne de Metz , also known as Metz Cathedral) is a Gothic, Catholic cathedral in the city of Metz, capital of Lorraine, France

Metzora (parsha)
Metzora, Metzorah, M’tzora, Mezora, Metsora, or M’tsora is the 28th weekly Torah portion in the annual Jewish cycle of Torah reading and the fifth in the book of Leviticus

Meuse River
The Maas or Meuse is a major European river, rising in France and flowing through Belgium and the Netherlands before draining into the North Sea

Mevalonic acid
Mevalonic acid is a key organic compound in biochemistry. The anion of mevalonic acid, the predominant form in biological media, is known as mevalonate. This compound is of major pharmaceutical importance

Mewat
Mewat is a historical region of Haryana and Rajasthan states in northwestern India. The loose boundaries of Mewat are not precisely determined but generally include Mewat District of Haryana and parts of Alwar, Bharatpur, and Dholpur districts of Rajasthan

Mexican Air Force
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