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Hanging by a Thread (1979 film)
Hanging by a Thread is a 1979 disaster movie about friends stranded in a disabled cable-car above a ravine. It was written by Adrian Spies, directed by Georg Fenady, and starred Patty Duke and Donna Mills.

Hangman may refer to:* Hangman, an executioner who carries out a death sentence by hanging* Hangman , a game of guessing a word or phrase one letter at a timeIn literature:* Hangman , an enemy of Batman

Hangman (comics)
Hangman, in comics, may refer to:* Hangman , an enemy of Batman* Hangman , the name of a couple of different characters in the Marvel Universe* Hangman , a number of Archie Comics superheroes

Hangman (Marvel Comics)
-Harlan Krueger:-Fictional character biography:Harlan Krueger was born in Los Angeles, California. He was a fanatical moviegoer who idolized movie stars of the past

Hangman's Knot
Hangman's Knot is a 1952 western movie written and directed by Roy Huggins and starring Randolph Scott and Donna Reed.-Plot:Matt Stewart leads an ambush and robbery of a military gold train. It is 1865 in Nevada and Major Stewart's band is a unit of Rebels

A hangnail or agnail is a small, torn piece of skin on a fingernail or toenail. Unlike whitlows, hangnails are usually caused by dry skin or nail biting, and may be prevented with proper moisturization of the skin.

Hangover (disambiguation)
A hangover is an unpleasant physiological effect that often follows the extensive consumption of alcohol.It may also refer to:*The Hangover, a 2009 film*The Hangover Part II, a 2011 film and the sequel to the 2009 film

Hani (god)
Hani is a minor god in Akkadian mythology, one of the attendants of the storm-god Adad.- References :* Michael Jordon, Encyclopedia of Gods, Kyle Cathie Limited, 2002

In the textile industry, a hank refers to a unit of yarn or twine that is in a coiled form. This is often the best form for use with hand looms, compared to the cone form needed for power looms. Hanks come in a fixed length depending on the type of material, so the term hank is sometimes used as a unit of measure

Hank (TV series)
Hank is a 1965 American situation comedy which is perhaps most notable for being an early example of a program with a true series finale, in which the underlying premise of the series reaches a natural conclusion with its final episode.-Synopsis:

-People:* Camille Hanks, wife of Bill Cosby* Carol Hanks Aucamp , outstanding tennis player* Colin Hanks , American actor* Ebenezer Hanks , Mormon pioneer and businessman

Hanky Panky (film)
Hanky Panky is a 1982 comedy film that stars Gene Wilder and Gilda Radner. The film is directed by Sidney Poitier. Wilder first met Radner during filming of this movie; the two later married.-Plot:

Hanky Panky (The The album)
An album by The The consisting only of cover versions of country singer Hank Williams songs.-Track listing:All tracks composed by Hank Williams; arrangements/re-arrangements by Matt Johnson and D.C

Hannah (given name)
Hannah is a personal name, also spelt Hanna, Hana, or Chana, deriving from the Hebrew language חַנָּה , meaning "He has favoured me/favours me ", or "gracious". The name is biblical as it is the name of the mother of the prophet Samuel

Hannah (surname)
Hanna or Hannah is a Scottish surname meaning that one is a descendant of the lowland Clan Hannay.- Notable persons :With the surname Hanna:* Charles Hanna , American politician

Hanne may refer to:* Hanne Blank , American historian, writer, editor and public speaker* Hanne Harlem , Norwegian politician* Hanne Haugland , Norwegian high jumper* Hanne Hiob , German actress

Hannes may refer to:* Hannes Alfvén , Swedish chemist, Nobel-prize* Hannes Brinkborg , Swedish beachvolleyboll player* Hannes Kolehmainen , Finnish runner

Hannicap Circus
Note: On the edited Version, all skits were cut and it left only 17 tracks. Also all profanity was blanked on the edited version with the exception of "Fuck Your Life", which allegedly contained backmasking.

Hano can refer to:*Hanö, an island off Listerlandet peninsula, western Blekinge, Sweden.*Arizona Tewa, a Tewa Pueblo group.*Hano , a song in the 2001 Eurovision Song Contest by Nino Pršeš.*Housing Authority of New Orleans.

Hanover or Hannover, on the river Leine, is the capital of the federal state of Lower Saxony , Germany and was once by personal union the family seat of the Hanoverian Kings of Great Britain, under their title as the dukes of Brunswick-Lüneburg

Hans may refer to:*Hans, Marne, a commune in France*Hans, Magazine, a Hindi literary magazine in India*Hans Island, contested between Greenland and Canada* Hans , a given name

Hansel (horse)
Hansel is an American Thoroughbred racehorse who won the final two legs of the U.S. Triple Crown races in 1991 and was voted the Eclipse Award for Outstanding 3-Year-Old Male Horse. Out of the mare Count on Bonnie, his sire was Woodman, a Champion 2-year-old colt in Ireland who was a son of the influential Champion sire Mr. Prospector

-Polish Families and Persons:*Hański, two Polish noble families: Hański and Hański *Ewelina Hańska-Finnish Families and Persons:*Eino Hanski, author*Ilkka Hanski, ecologist*Vesa Hanski, swimmer

Hansom (surname)
Hansom is a surname, and may refer to:* Charles Francis Hansom , an English architect* Joseph Hansom , an English inventor* Edward Joseph Hansom , an English architect

Hansom cab
The hansom cab is a kind of horse-drawn cart designed and patented in 1834 by Joseph Hansom, an architect from York. The vehicle was developed and tested by Hansom in Hinckley, Leicestershire, England. Originally called the Hansom safety cab, it was designed to combine speed with safety, with a low centre of gravity for safe cornering

Hants (provincial electoral district)
Hants was a provincial electoral district in Nova Scotia, Canada, that elected one member of the Nova Scotia House of Assembly. It existed from 1867 to 1949.

Hanuman (disambiguation)
Hanuman, also known as Anjaneya, is one of the most important personalities in the Indian epic, the Ramayana.Hanuman may also refer to:* Hanuman , 2005 Hindi animated feature film

A haor is a wetland ecosystem in the north eastern part of Bangladesh which physically is a bowl or saucer shaped shallow depression, also known as a backswamp

-Hap:* alternate name for the bull-deity Apis * Hap, a Thomas Hardy sonnet* Haplochromine cichlids, especially aquarium species-People:* Hap Arnold, World War II American Air Force General Henry H. Arnold

Hapkido (film)
Hapkido aka Lady Kung Fu is a 1972 Hong Kong film directed by Huang Feng, starring Angela Mao, Carter Wong and Sammo Hung. It was released by Golden Harvest.-Plot:

The haplochromine cichlids are a tribe of cichlids in subfamily Pseudocrenilabrinae called Haplochromini. This group includes the type genus plus a number of closely related genera such as Aulonocara, Astatotilapia, and Chilotilapia. They are endemic to eastern and southern Africa

A happening is a performance, event or situation meant to be considered art, usually as performance art. Happenings take place anywhere , are often multi-disciplinary, with a nonlinear narrative and the active participation of the audience

Happenstance may refer to:*Happenstance , a season seven episode of the American crime drama CSI*Happenstance, a novel by Canadian author Carol Shields*"Happenstance", a song by The dB's from their 1982 album Repercussion

Happier (song)
Happier is Guster's third single released off the Lost and Gone Forever album. It is also on the live CD and DVD Guster on Ice.*"Happier" was also featured on the 2000 charity album Live in the X Lounge III.

Happily Ever After (Law & Order episode)
"Happily Ever After" is the fifth episode of NBC's legal drama Law & Order. It originally aired on October 23, 1990.-Plot:A millionaire and his wife are attacked in their parking garage. The husband dies and his wife is wounded

Happily Ever After (Rose Chronicles album)
Happily Ever After was the last album by Canadian rock act Rose Chronicles. It was released in 1996 by Nettwerk Records.-Track listing:*All songs written by Cochrane/Maranda/Thirsk/Van Der Woerd.# "Bruise" # "Vicious Thorn"

Happily Ever After (TV series)
Happily Ever After is a 20-episode Singaporean Chinese drama which is telecast on Singapore's free-to-air channel, MediaCorp TV Channel 8

Happiness is a mental state of well-being characterized by positive emotions ranging from contentment to intense joy. A variety of biological, psychological, religious, and philosophical approaches have striven to define happiness and identify its sources.

Happiness (1924 film)
Happiness is a 1924 silent comedy film directed by King Vidor. It stars stage great Laurette Taylor, in one of her rare film appearances. The film is based on the 1914 Broadway play written by Taylor's husband J. Hartley Manners.-Cast:

Happiness (2007 film)
Happiness is a 2007 South Korean film, directed by Heo Jin-ho and starring Hwang Jung-min and Im Su-jeong. It is a love story about two people who meet while battling serious illnesses.-Plot:

Happiness (Arashi song)
"Happiness" is the twentieth single of the Japanese boy band, Arashi. The single was released in two editions: a regular edition containing the karaoke versions of the songs released in the single, and a limited edition containing a bonus track

Happiness (Elliott Smith song)
"Happiness" is a song written by Elliott Smith which was first released as a single in 1999.-Versions:A slightly different mix of the song was released on his album Figure 8 in 2000.

Happiness (Goldfrapp song)
"Happiness" is a folktronica song by the English duo Goldfrapp from their fourth studio album, Seventh Tree . Written and produced by Alison Goldfrapp and Will Gregory, the song was released as the album's second single on 14 April 2008

Happiness (Matthew Ryan album)
Happiness is an album released by Matthew Ryan in 2002 on One Little Indian. It was recorded in his own home.-Track listing:All words and music by Matthew Ryan, except where noted.# "Rain, Rain, Rain" – 1:32# "Veteran's Day" – 3:25

Happiness (The Beloved album)
Happiness is a 1990 album from British Pop band The Beloved. The album reached #14 on the UK Albums Chart on its release, in March 1990, and subsequently reached #154 on the U.S

Happy (Ayiesha Woods song)
"Happy" is 2006 song by Christian artist Ayiesha Woods, from her 2006 debut album Introducing Ayiesha Woods.-Charts:

Happy (disambiguation)
To be happy is to experience happiness: a feeling of contentment or joy.Happy may also refer to:* Happy , an informal name for a cichlid fish from the tribe Haplochromini, particularly in the aquarium hobby

Happy (Fool's Garden song)
"Happy" is the third single from the album For Sale by German pop band Fool's Garden. It was released in November 2000. This isn't a typical Fool's Garden single as it is a ballad with no other instrumentation than acoustic guitar.-Track listing:

Happy (Lighthouse Family song)
"Happy" is a song by Lighthouse Family, which was released as a single in July 2002. The song was the third pop single written by British duo Lighthouse Family for their third album Whatever Gets You Through the Day . The song was produced by Kevin Bacon and Jonathan Quarmby

Happy (Liz McClarnon song)
"Happy" is the second solo single from Atomic Kitten member Liz McClarnon, released on March 26, 2007. The song samples "Son of a Preacher Man" by Dusty Springfield. McLarnon entered the song in the fourth edition of "Making Your Mind Up" to become the British entry in the 2007 Eurovision contest, but her song was eliminated in the first round.

Happy (Matthew West album)
Happy is Matthew West's first non-independent album released in 2003. It was followed by History, Sellout and Something to Say.- Track listing :#"More" – 4:28#"Happy" – 3:38#"The Turnaround" – 4:00

Happy Birthday (1970 album)
Happy Birthday is a collaboration album by Pete Townshend and friends including Ronnie Lane, pressed and released in 1970 by Universal Spiritual League. The album was originally released in February 1970 as the first in a series of tribute albums dedicated to Pete Townshend's spiritual mentor Meher Baba

Happy Birthday (1998 film)
Happy Birthday is an award-winning 1998 Russian drama film written and directed by Larisa Sadilova.-Plot:Happy Birthday follows events during a day at a Russian maternity hospital, focussing on several women who are patients there.-Cast:

Happy Birthday (Birthday Party song)
"Happy Birthday" is a 1980 song and single by The Boys Next Door. The song is not related to the popular birthday song "Happy Birthday to You". It can be considered a parody.The first album it appeared on was The Birthday Party

Happy Birthday (Flipsyde song)
"Happy Birthday" is a song by Flipsyde from their album We the People. Featuring a sample from the song "Gomenasai" by t.A.T.u., it was released as the album's second single on December 27, 2005. The band has performed the song with t.A.T.u live in Germany before

Happy Birthday (The Click Five song)
"Happy Birthday" the The Click Five's second single for Thailand and the Philippines and the third single for Singapore and Malaysia taken from their album Modern Minds and Pastimes.-Chart performance:-External links:**

Happy Birthday!
Happy Birthday! is an album by German electronic duo Modeselektor, and was released on September 10, 2007.-Track listing:# "Happy Birthday"# "Godspeed"# "2000007" # "Let Your Love Grow" Happy Birthday! is an album by German electronic duo Modeselektor, and was released on September 10, 2007.-Track listing:# "Happy Birthday"# "Godspeed"# "2000007" (feat TTC)# "Let Your Love Grow" Happy Birthday! is an album by German electronic duo Modeselektor, and was released on September 10, 2007.-Track listing:# "Happy Birthday"# "Godspeed"# "2000007" (feat TTC)# "Let Your Love Grow" (feat. Apparat and Paul St

Happy Christmas (album)
Happy Christmas is a 1998 Christmas season compilation album. It was released by BEC Records mostly and features artists from a variety of styles who were signed to BEC's parent, Tooth & Nail Records. While most songs are classic Christmas songs, some are feature original tunes. The album is the first in a series of five, and was followed by Happy Christmas Vol

Happy Ending (song)
"Happy Ending" is the third single release from London-based singer Mika. Taken from his debut album Life in Cartoon Motion, producer Greg Wells remixed and rearranged the single, released online on 8 October 2007, and in shops on CD and 7" vinyl on 15 October 2007

Happy Families (CBBC TV series)
Happy Families is a children's television series made in the late 1980s based on the Happy Families series of books by Janet and Allan Ahlberg .

Happy Feet
Happy Feet is a 2006 American-Australian computer-animated family film with music, directed and co-written by George Miller. It was produced at Sydney-based visual effects and animation studio Animal Logic for Warner Bros., Village Roadshow Pictures and Kingdom Feature Productions and was released in North America on November 17, 2006

Molten-carbonate fuel cell
Molten-carbonate fuel cells are high-temperature fuel cells, that operate at temperatures of 600°C and above.Molten carbonate fuel cells are currently being developed for natural gas, biogas , and coal-based power plants for electrical utility, industrial, and military applications

Moluccan Cockatoo
The Salmon-crested Cockatoo, Cacatua moluccensis also known as Moluccan Cockatoo or M2 is a cockatoo endemic to south Moluccas in eastern Indonesia. At 50 cm, it is among the largest of the white cockatoos. The female is larger than the males on average

Mom and Pop Art
"Mom and Pop Art" is the nineteenth episode of The Simpsons tenth season. It first aired on the Fox network in the United States on April 11, 1999. In the episode, Homer inadvertently becomes a well-praised outsider artist after his failed attempts to build a barbecue pit. His exhibit goes to the Louvre, and after Mr. Burns buys his artwork, Homer becomes a success

Moment of inertia
In classical mechanics, moment of inertia, also called mass moment of inertia, rotational inertia, polar moment of inertia of mass, or the angular mass, is a measure of an object's resistance to changes to its rotation. It is the inertia of a rotating body with respect to its rotation

In classical mechanics, linear momentum or translational momentum is the product of the mass and velocity of an object

Momentum wheel
A reaction wheel is a type of flywheel used primarily by spacecraft for attitude control without using fuel for rockets or other reaction devices.

Momin Khan Momin
Momin Khan was an Indian poet known for his Urdu ghazals and used "Momin" as his takhallus . He was a contemporary of Mirza Ghalib and Zauq, today his grave lies near the parking area near Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi.-Early life:Momin Khan Momin was born in Delhi

MOMO syndrome
MOMO syndrome is an extremely rare genetic disorder which belongs to the overgrowth syndromes and has been diagnosed in only six cases around the world, and occurs in 1 in 100 million births. The name is an acronym of the four primary aspects of the disorder: Macrosomia , Obesity, Macrocephaly and Ocular abnormalities

Momotus is a small genus of the motmots, a family of near passerine birds found in forest and woodland of the Neotropics. They have a colourful plumage, which is green on the back becoming blue on the flight feathers and the long tails

Mon people
The Mon are an ethnic group from Burma , living mostly in Mon State, Bago Division, the Irrawaddy Delta, and along the southern Thai–Burmese border. One of the earliest peoples to reside in Southeast Asia, the Mon were responsible for the spread of Theravada Buddhism in Burma and Thailand

Mona Ground Iguana
The Mona ground iguana is a subspecies of the rhinoceros iguana . It is endemic to Mona Island, Puerto Rico and is the largest native terrestrial lizard in Puerto Rico.- Taxonomy :

Mona Lisa
Mona Lisa is a portrait by the Italian artist Leonardo da Vinci. It is a painting in oil on a poplar panel, completed circa 1503–1519

The Monacan are a group recognized as a Native American tribe by the state of Virginia in the United States. The Monacan Tribe has not been recognized as an Indian tribe by the federal government. They are located primarily in Amherst County, Virginia near Lynchburg, Virginia. As of 2009 there are approximately 2,000 members of the tribe

Monaco , officially the Principality of Monaco , is a sovereign city state on the French Riviera. It is bordered on three sides by its neighbour, France, and its centre is about from Italy. Its area is with a population of 35,986 as of 2011 and is the most densely populated country in the world. Monaco boasts the world's highest GDP nominal per capita at $151,630

-Philosophy:*Monad a term meaning "unit" used variously by ancient philosophers from the Pythagoreans to Plato, Aristotle, and Plotinus to signify a variety of entities from a genus to God.

Monarch butterfly
The Monarch butterfly is a milkweed butterfly , in the family Nymphalidae. It is perhaps the best known of all North American butterflies. Since the 19th century, it has been found in New Zealand, and in Australia since 1871 where it is called the Wanderer

Monarch Country
Monarch Country refers to the area of the Scottish Highlands featured in the BBC One drama series Monarch of the Glen. The filming locations were predominantly in Badenoch and Strathspey

Monarchos is a stallion Thoroughbred racehorse who won the Kentucky Derby in 2001. This thoroughbred's time was 1:59.97 for 1¼ miles. This is the second-fastest winning time in the race's history, behind 1973 Triple Crown winner Secretariat, who ran 1:59

A monarchy is a form of government in which the office of head of state is usually held until death or abdication and is often hereditary and includes a royal house. In some cases, the monarch is elected

Monazite is a reddish-brown phosphate mineral containing rare earth metals. It occurs usually in small isolated crystals. There are actually at least four different kinds of monazite, depending on relative elemental composition of the mineral:

Moncks Corner, South Carolina
Moncks Corner is a town in and the county seat of Berkeley County, South Carolina, United States. The population was 5,952 at the 2000 census.

On the other hand, temperatures during late spring and summer can have bouts of extreme heat, with evenings above 40°C for many consecutive days. In recent decades the hottest records have climbed as high as 43°C on July 13, 2005 and 45°C on May 4, 1984. However nighttime low temperatures are typically 15 degrees cooler than daytime highs, due to the very arid conditions

Moncton, New Brunswick
Moncton is a Canadian city, located in Westmorland County, New Brunswick. The city is situated in southeastern New Brunswick, within the Petitcodiac River Valley, and lies at the geographic centre of the Maritime Provinces

Monday Night Football
Monday Night Football is a live broadcast of the National Football League on ESPN. From to it aired on ABC. Monday Night Football was, along with Hallmark Hall of Fame, and the Walt Disney anthology television series, one of the longest running prime time commercial network television series ever, and one of the highest-rated, particularly among

Monera is a superseded kingdom that contains unicellular organisms without a nucleus , such as bacteria.

Monetary system
A monetary system is anything that is accepted as a standard of value and measure of wealth in a particular region.However, the current trend is to use international trade and investment to alter the policy and legislation of individual governments. The best recent example of this policy is the European Union's creation of the euro as a common currency for many of its individual states

Money is any object or record that is generally accepted as payment for goods and services and repayment of debts in a given country or socio-economic context. The main functions of money are distinguished as: a medium of exchange; a unit of account; a store of value; and, occasionally in the past, a standard of deferred payment

Money bill
In the Westminster system , a money bill or supply bill is a bill that solely concerns taxation or government spending , as opposed to changes in public law.- Conventions :

Money creation
In economics, money creation is the process by which the money supply of a country or a monetary region is increased due to some reason. There are two principal stages of money creation. First, the central bank introduces new money into the economy by purchasing financial assets or lending money to financial institutions

MoneyGram International, Inc. is a US-based, Global Money transfer company, headquartered in Dallas, Texas. It has Global Operations Centers in Saint Louis Park, Minnesota and Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, Global Call Center Operations in Denver, Colorado and regional and local offices around the world.MoneyGram's business is divided into two categories: Global Fund Transfer and

Mongol Empire
The Mongol Empire , initially named as Greater Mongol State was a great empire during the 13th and 14th centuries

Mongol invasion of China
The Mongol invasion of China lasted over 6 decades and particularly involved the defeat of the Jin Dynasty, Western Xia, the Dali Kingdom, and the Southern Song, which finally fell in year 1276. The Mongols under Kublai Khan established the Yuan Dynasty in China and crushed the last Song resistance in 1279, which marked the onset of all of China under the Yuan

Mongoose are a family of 33 living species of small carnivorans from southern Eurasia and mainland Africa. Four additional species from Madagascar in the subfamily Galidiinae, which were previously classified in this family, are also referred to as "mongooses" or "mongoose-like"

Monica (singer)
Monica Denise Brown , and professionally known as Monica, is an American singer-songwriter, record producer, and actress. Born and raised in College Park, Georgia, Monica began performing as a child and became part of a traveling gospel choir, by the time she was ten

Monica Abbott
Monica Cecilia Abbott is an American athlete who pitched for the University of Tennessee Lady Volunteers softball team from 2004-2007. In 2008, Abbott participated in the Beijing Olympics with Team USA

Monica Ali
Monica Ali is a British writer of Bangladeshi origin. She is the author of Brick Lane, her debut novel, which was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize for Fiction in 2003

Monito del Monte
The Monito del Monte The Monito del Monte The Monito del Monte (Spanish for "little mountain monkey", Dromiciops gliroides, is a diminutive marsupial native only to southwestern South America (Chile and Argentina). It is the only extant species in the ancient order Microbiotheria, and the sole New World representative of the superorder Australidelphia (all other New World marsupials are members of Ameridelphia)

Monitor lizard
Monitor lizards are usually large reptiles, although some can be as small as in length. They have long necks, powerful tails and claws, and well-developed limbs. Most species are terrestrial, but arboreal and semiaquatic monitors are also known

Monitor Records
Monitor Records is a Hong Kong-based music shop selling various rare and alternative CDs and music items. Monitor Records is also a distributor of Hong Kong indie bands and independent musicians such as the Pancake, Elf Fatima and Alok

Monk Bretton
Monk Bretton is a village in the metropolitan borough of Barnsley in South Yorkshire, England. It lies approximately two miles north-east from Barnsley town centre.- History :

Monk Parakeet
The Monk Parakeet, also known as the Quaker Parrot, is a species of parrot, in most treatments the only member of the genus Myiopsitta. It originates from the temperate to subtropical areas of Argentina and the surrounding countries in South America

Monkland Canal
The Monkland Canal was a 12.25-mile canal which connected the coal mining areas of Monklands to Glasgow in Scotland. It was opened in 1794, and included a steam-powered inclined plane at Blackhill. It was abandoned for navigation in 1942, but its culverted remains still supply water to the Forth and Clyde Canal

Monmouth is a town in southeast Wales and traditional county town of the historic county of Monmouthshire. It is situated close to the border with England, where the River Monnow meets the River Wye with bridges over both.

Monmouth College
Monmouth College is a four-year coeducational private liberal arts college located in Monmouth, Illinois, United States.-History:Monmouth College was founded on April 18, 1853 by the Second Presbytery of Illinois, a frontier arm of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church

Mono Lake Committee
The Mono Lake Committee is an environmental organization based in Lee Vining, California in the United States. Its mission is to preserve Mono Lake, by reducing diversions of water from the Eastern Sierra watersheds by the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power .The Committee was founded in 1978 by David Gaines, David Winkler, and Sally Judy

A monochord is an ancient musical and scientific laboratory instrument. The word "monochord" comes from the Greek and means literally "one string." A misconception of the term lies within its name. Often a monochord has more than one string, most of the time two, one open string and a second string with a movable bridge. In a basic monochord, a single string is stretched over a sound box

Monoclonal antibodies
Monoclonal antibodies are monospecific antibodies that are the same because they are made by identical immune cells that are all clones of a unique parent cell.

Monocotyledons, also known as monocots, are one of two major groups of flowering plants that are traditionally recognized, the other being dicotyledons, or dicots. Monocot seedlings typically have one cotyledon , in contrast to the two cotyledons typical of dicots

Monocytes are a type of white blood cell and are part of the innate immune system of vertebrates including all mammals , birds, reptiles, and fish. Monocytes play multiple roles in immune function

In poetry, the term monody has become specialized to refer to a poem in which one person laments another's death.

Monogram Pictures
Monogram Pictures Corporation is a Hollywood studio that produced and released films, most on low budgets, between 1931 and 1953, when the firm completed a transition to the name Allied Artists Pictures Corporation. Monogram is considered a leader among the smaller studios sometimes referred to collectively as Poverty Row

A monomer is an atom or a small molecule that may bind chemically to other monomers to form a polymer; the term "monomeric protein" may also be used to describe one of the proteins making up a multiprotein complex

Monomethylhydrazine is a volatile hydrazine chemical with the chemical formula CH3 NH2. It is used as a rocket propellant in bipropellant rocket engines because it is hypergolic with various oxidizers such as nitrogen tetroxide and nitric acid

Monon Railroad
The Monon Railroad , also known as the Chicago, Indianapolis and Louisville Railway from 1897–1956, operated almost entirely within the state of Indiana

Monongah Mining disaster
The Monongah Mine disaster of Monongah, West Virginia occurred on December 6, 1907 and has been described as "the worst mining disaster in American History"

Monongahela National Forest
The Monongahela National Forest is a national forest located in the Allegheny Mountains of eastern West Virginia, USA. It protects over of federally-owned land within a proclamation boundary that includes much of the Potomac Highlands Region and portions of 10 counties.The MNF includes some major landform features such as the Allegheny Front and the western portion of the

Monopolistic competition
Monopolistic competition is imperfect competition where many competing producers sell products that are differentiated from one another

Monopoly (game)
Marvin Gardens, the leading yellow property on the board shown, is actually a misspelling of the original location name, Marven Gardens. The misspelling was said to be introduced by Charles Todd and passed on when his home-made Monopoly board was copied by Charles Darrow and thence to Parker Brothers. The Todd board is on display in the Forbes Gallery in New York City

Monopoly Deal
Monopoly Deal is a card game derived from the board-game Monopoly, produced and sold by Parker Brothers under a license from Hasbro.Players attempt to collect 3 different complete sets of cards representing the properties from the board game, either by playing them directly, stealing them from other players, or collecting them as rent for other properties they already own

In economics, a monopsony is a market form in which only one buyer faces many sellers. It is an example of imperfect competition, similar to a monopoly, in which only one seller faces many buyers

A monorail is a rail-based transportation system based on a single rail, which acts as its sole support and its guideway. The term is also used variously to describe the beam of the system, or the vehicles traveling on such a beam or track

Monosaccharides are the most basic units of biologically important carbohydrates. They are the simplest form of sugar and are usually colorless, water-soluble, crystalline solids. Some monosaccharides have a sweet taste. Examples of monosaccharides include glucose , fructose , galactose, xylose and ribose

Monosodium glutamate
Monosodium glutamate, also known as sodium glutamate or MSG, is the sodium salt of glutamic acid, one of the most abundant naturally occurring non-essential amino acids.

Monotype Corporation
Monotype Imaging Holdings is a Delaware corporation based in Woburn, Massachusetts and specializing in typesetting and typeface design as well as text and imaging solutions for use with consumer electronics devices. Monotype Imaging Holdings is the owner of Monotype Imaging Inc., Linotype, International Typeface Corporation, among others

Monowai Seamount
Monowai is a volcanic seamount to the north of New Zealand. It is one of the most active volcanoes in the Kermadec volcanic arc.The most recent eruption was in 2008.

The Monpa are a major people of Arunachal Pradesh in northeastern India. Currently they are also one of the 56 officially recognized ethnic groups in China. Most Monpas live in the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh, with a population of 50,000, centered in the districts of Tawang and West Kameng

Monpa language
Tawang is one of the Monpa languages of the East Bodish family. It is spoken in the Tawang district of Arunachal Pradesh, claim by Tibet as a part of Lho-kha Sa-khul. It is quite distinct from non-Eastern Tibetan languages, though it shares many similarities with Bumthang

Monroe Beardsley
Monroe Curtis Beardsley was an American philosopher of art. He was born and raised in Bridgeport, Connecticut, and educated at Yale University , where he received the John Addison Porter Prize

Monroe County, Pennsylvania
-National protected areas:* Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area * Middle Delaware National Scenic River -Demographics:As of the census of 2010, there are 176,567 people, 49,454 households, and 36,447 families residing in the county. The population density was 228 people per square mile

Monroe Doctrine
The Monroe Doctrine is a policy of the United States introduced on December 2, 1823. It stated that further efforts by European nations to colonize land or interfere with states in North or South America would be viewed as acts of aggression requiring U.S. intervention