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Haunts (album)
Haunts is the debut album by the Arizona-based indie rock project, Bark Bark Bark. It was released through Retard Disco and Southern Records on May 22, 2007.-Track listing:All songs were written by Jacob Cooper, except where noted.

Haunts (band)
Haunts was a British rock band based in north London. Described as 'Noirists', their musical style combined elements of punk, new wave, dance, prog rock, indie and Britpop. The band referred to themselves simply as 'new wave'

Haurvatat is the Avestan language word for the Zoroastrian concept of "wholeness" or "perfection." The hypostasis of that concept is the divinity Haurvatat, who is the Amesha Spenta of water , prosperity, and health.

Haus may refer to:* The German word for House.* In Mathematics, the category of Hausdorff spaces with continuous maps.* The serious academic and social student residence of Das Haus, Queen's University, Kingston ON.-People:

Hausa may refer to:*the Hausa language*the Hausa people*the Hausa Kingdoms

Haussez is a commune in the Seine-Maritime department in the Haute-Normandie region in northern France.-Geography:A farming village situated by the banks of the Epte river in the Pays de Bray, some southeast of Dieppe at the junction of the D41, D120 and D130 roads

In botany, a haustorium is the appendage or portion of a parasitic fungus or of the root of a parasitic plant that penetrates the host's tissue and draws nutrients from it. Haustoria do not penetrate the host's cell membranes.Fungi in all major divisions form haustoria

Haut (cetaganda)
The Haut are the ruling and highest class aristocracy of the Cetagandan Empire in Lois McMaster Bujold's sci-fi series, the Vorkosigan Saga.-Who they are:

Haute may refer to:*Haute, meaning "high" in French**Haute Cour of Jerusalem , feudal council of the kingdom of Jerusalem

Upper Normandy is one of the 27 regions of France. It was created in 1984 from two départements: Seine-Maritime and Eure, when Normandy was divided into Lower Normandy and Upper Normandy. This division continues to provoke controversy, and some continue to call for reuniting the two regions

Havana (song)
"Havana" is the title of a 1997 single by jazz musician Kenny G. It was the second single taken from his 1996 studio album, The Moment, which was released on Arista Records. The song was written and produced by Kenny G and Walter Afanasieff. As with virtually all of his songs, Kenny G plays the saxophone on this track

Havana (soundtrack)
Havana is the soundtrack of the 1990 film Havana starring Robert Redford, Lena Olin, Alan Arkin and Daniel Davis. The original score was composed by Dave Grusin.

Havant (borough)
Havant is a local government district and borough in Hampshire, England. Its council is based in Havant. Other places within the Borough include Bedhampton, Cowplain, Emsworth, Hayling Island, Purbrook, Waterlooville and Widley

Have a Good Time
"Have a good time" is a colloquial catch-phrase. It may also refer to:*"Have a Good Time", a song by Paul Simon*"Have a Good Time", a song by Morning Runner

Have a Nice Day (Bon Jovi song)
"Have a Nice Day" is Bon Jovi's first single off the 2005 album Have a Nice Day. It was first performed at the 2004 American Music Awards, where an incomplete version of the song was played. The final version of the song was first performed in full at the Philadelphia Live 8 concert on July 2, 2005, and released worldwide as a single the following month

Have a Nice Day (Count Basie album)
Have a Nice Day is a 1971 studio album by Count Basie and his orchestra, with all music composed and arranged by Sammy Nestico. This was Basie's debut recording for Daybreak.

Have a Nice Day (Stereophonics song)
"Have a Nice Day" is the second single from rock band the Stereophonics taken from the their third album Just Enough Education to Perform also known as JEEP. It was released in June 2001. It reached #5 in the UK charts equalling previous single "Mr. Writer."The song is track 5 on Just Enough Education to Perform

Have a Nice Day (VA compilation series)
Super Hits of the 70s: Have a Nice Day is a series of music compilations containing chiefly one-hit wonders and lesser-known pop and rock music songs from the 1970s. The first fifteen volumes were released on cassette and on CD, in 1990 by Rhino Records, covering the years 1969-1976

Have Mercy (album)
Have Mercy is an album by rock band The Mooney Suzuki.After the band finished touring for Alive and Amplified, they had some troubles. Founder guitarist Graham Tyler's father died, a strong supporter of the band from its early days, and Graham left to tend to his family. Then, the rhythm section dropped out

Havel (disambiguation)
The Havel is a river in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Brandenburg, Berlin and Saxony-Anhalt, Germany.As a name, it is Czech and Slovak cognate of Gallus.People with the given name Havel:

- People :* Havelock-Allan Baronets, holders of the Baronetcy* Sir Henry Havelock, , British general, active in India* Lieutenant General Sir Henry Havelock-Allan, 1st Baronet , British General, MP for Sunderland 1874–1881 and Durham South East 1885–1892 and 1895–1897 * Sir Henry Havelock-Allan, 2nd Baronet

Haven or The Haven may refer to:* Harbor, a place where ships may shelter from the weather or are stored* Sanctuary, a consecrated area or a place of safety- Literature :

Haven (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Haven is the soundtrack album from the 2004 film Haven, starring Orlando Bloom and Zoe Saldana.-Disc one:# Move! - Damian "Jr Gong" Marley# Melancholy Mood - Ziggy Marley# "Clouds" - Neuromance# "Just Be" - Collen & Webb

Haven (surname)
Haven is an English surname and may refer to:* Annette Haven , American feminist* Brooke Haven , American pornographic actress* Erastus Otis Haven , American bishop* George G. Haven, Jr

Haver is a surname, and may refer to:* June Haver , American film actress* Phyllis Haver , popular American actress* Ralph Haver , American architect

Havers (automobile)
The Havers was an automobile built in Port Huron, Michigan by the Havers Motor Car Company from 1908-14. The Havers were conventional in design, except they had a long chassis. Most were equipped with a six-cylinder engine, the 1914 engine being of 6.2L capacity producing 55 hp. The 1914 Model 6-55 Speed Car with two passengers sold for $2,250.

A haversack is a bag, usually carried by a single shoulder strap. Although similar to a backpack the single shoulder strap differentiates this type from other backpacks. There are exceptions to this general rule.-Origins:

Havre (Amtrak station)
Havre, Montana is a station, re-fueling, and service stop for the Amtrak Empire Builder in Havre, Montana. The station, platform, and parking are owned by BNSF Railway.

Haw may refer to:* The Haw or Sissipahaw people, a former tribe of the Siouan speaking Nations in the American Southeast.* Haw, the nictitating membrane on the eyes of some animals* HAW, the ISO 639 language code for the Hawaiian language

Hawaiian may refer to:* People from Hawaii* Hawaiian language* Native Hawaiians* The Hawaiians, a football team in the World Football League from 1974 to 1975* Hawaiian Airlines, a commercial airline* Hawaiian music

The Hawfinch, Coccothraustes coccothraustes, is a passerine bird in the finch family Fringillidae. Its closest living relatives are the Evening Grosbeak from North America and the Hooded Grosbeak from Central America especially Mexico.This bird breeds across Europe and temperate Asia

Hawk (cyclecar)
The Hawk was a cyclecar built in Detroit, Michigan by the Hawk Cyclecar Company in 1914. The Hawk was belt-driven with a 9/13 hp V-twin engine. The vehicle was advertised for $390, and could seat two passengers side-by-side. It had a distinctive sloping bonnet line.

Hawker may refer to:Places*Hawker, Australian Capital Territory, a suburb of Canberra*Hawker, South Australia, in the Flinders Ranges*Division of Hawker, an Electoral Division in South AustraliaPeople

Hawking (name)
Hawking is an English language surname with origin from falconry. Variations include Hawken and Hawkins. Hawking is uncommon as a given name

Hawking (television)
Hawking is a BBC television dramatisation of physicist Stephen Hawking's early career while at the University of Cambridge.The programme was nominated for the British Academy Television Award for Best Single Drama in 2005

Hawkins (Hampshire cricketer)
Hawkins was an English amateur cricketer who made 4 known appearances in major cricket matches from 1786 to 1787.-Career:He was mainly associated with Hampshire but also represented the White Conduit Club.-External sources:*

Hawkins (name)
The English language surname Hawkins originated in the 11th century in Kent, England. Its meaning comes from the word "hawking", meaning "falconry". Hawkins may have evolved to the variant "Haughan" or "O'haughan" due to migration of peoples to Ireland during the Civil War in the 16th century. It is rare as a given name

Hawksbill turtle
The hawksbill sea turtle is a critically endangered sea turtle belonging to the family Cheloniidae. It is the only extant species in its genus. The species has a worldwide distribution, with Atlantic and Pacific subspecies. E. imbricata imbricata is the Atlantic subspecies, while E

-People:* Alan Hawkshaw, a composer and performer* John Hawkshaw, an English engineer.* John Clarke Hawkshaw, son of the above, also an engineer* Kirsty Hawkshaw, a British dance/electronica/house artist and songwriter.

Hawkshaw (comics)
Hawkshaw is a fictional character, a mutant in the Marvel Comics Universe. His first appearance was in Uncanny X-Men #235.-Fictional character biography:

Hawsehole is a nautical term for a small hole in the hull of a ship through which hawsers may be passed. Also known as a cat hole. In the British Navy, an officer who had served as a seaman before being promoted was said to have "come in through the hawsehole."

Hawser is a nautical term for a thick cable or rope used in mooring or towing a ship. A hawser passes through a hawsehole, also known as a cat hole, located on the hawse.

- Plants :* Crataegus , a large genus of shrubs and trees in the family Rosaceae* Rhaphiolepis , a genus of about 15 species of evergreen shrubs and small trees in the family Rosaceae

-People:* Charles Webster Hawthorne , American painter* Donald Hawthorne , American yeast geneticist* Frank Hawthorne , Canadian mineralogist and crystallographer* M. Frederick Hawthorne, American chemist

Hawthorne (LACMTA station)
Hawthorne/I-105 is a Los Angeles County Metro Rail station on the Green Line. It is located at Hawthorne Boulevard in the median of the Century Freeway in Hawthorne, California. Due to its proximity, the station also serves Inglewood, California and the unincorporated area of Lennox, California

Hawthorne (NJT station)
Hawthorne Station is a rail station on New Jersey Transit's Main Line. It is located in Hawthorne, New Jersey and is one of five stations that serve Passaic County.The station is situated on a plot of land that is not connected to any main road in Hawthorne

Hay Fever
Hay Fever is a comic play written by Noël Coward in 1924 and first produced in 1925 with Marie Tempest as the first Judith Bliss. Laura Hope Crews played the role in New York

Hayden (given name)
Hayden is a given name in the English language. The name is variant of the given name Haydn, which is derived from the surname Haydn in honour of composer Josef Haydn . The surname Haydn originated as a respelling of the nickname Heiden, meaning "heathen"

Hayden (surname)
Hayden is a surname, and may refer to:* Basil Hayden , American college basketball player and coach* Benjamin Hayden , American lawyer and politician* Bill Hayden , former Governor-General of Australia

Hayley is a given name. It was adopted from the English surname, which is based on a place name derived from Old English heg "hay" and ley "clearing or meadow", but many sources accept that it was also separately derived from the Old Norse word haela meaning "hero". While it can be used for males, Hayley is most commonly a female given name

Hayley (disambiguation)
Hayley may refer to:People*Hayley *Hayley Places*Hayley Green, West Midlands, a suburb of Halesowen, West Midlands, England

A hayloft is a space above a barn, stable or cow-shed, traditionally used for storage of hay or other fodder for the animals below. Haylofts were used mainly before the widespread use of hay bales, which allow simpler handling of bulk hay

Haystack or Haystacks may refer to:Agriculture:* A stack of hayPeople:* Haystak, an American rapper* William Calhoun, a professional wrestler who used the name of "Haystack" or "Haystacks" CalhounPlaces:

Hayward (Amtrak station)
The Hayward Amtrak station is a train station in Hayward, California, United States served by Amtrak, the national railroad passenger system. Currently the only route that stops at this station is Amtrak California's Capitol Corridor; the Coast Starlight passes this station but does not stop.-Current Service:The Capital Corridor stops in Hayward 14 times daily, with

Haywards (pickles)
Haywards is a brand of pickles popular in the United Kingdom. The brand is currently owned by Premier Foods and the pickles are produced in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.- Varieties :*Haywards Mixed Pickles

Haywire is a Canadian AOR/hard rock band originally from Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada.-History:Haywire formed in Charlottetown in 1982 by Dave Rashed, Paul MacAusland, Marvin Birt, Scott Roberts and Ronnie Switzer

HAZ could refer to:* Hannoversche Allgemeine Zeitung, German newspaper* Hazaragi language; ISO 639-3 code HAZ.* Hazardous material* Hazlehurst , Mississippi, United States; Amtrak station code HAZ.* Heat-affected zone

Haza is the surname of the following individuals:* Ofra Haza, Israeli singer* Oscar Haza, American journalist from the Dominican Republic* Plutarco Haza, Mexican actor* Ahmed Muhammed Haza Al Darbi, Saudi Arabian prisoner at Guantanamo Bay

- People :* The Hazara people, an Iranian ethno-linguistic group in central Afghanistan and south western Pakistan* Hazara-i-Karlugh, Qarluq soldiers of various dynasties in Central Asia and Pakistan- in Pakistan :

A hazard is a situation that poses a level of threat to life, health, property, or environment. Most hazards are dormant or potential, with only a theoretical risk of harm; however, once a hazard becomes "active", it can create an emergency situation. A hazard does not exist when it is not happening. A hazardous situation that has come to pass is called an incident

Hazard (comics)
Hazard, in comics may refer to:* Hazard * Hazard * Hazard , a Wildstorm series

Hazard (disambiguation)
A hazard is an event posing a threat to life, health, property or environment.Hazard may also refer to:-Places:*Hazard, Kentucky, a city in Kentucky, USA*Hazard, Nebraska, a village in Nebraska, USA*The Hazards, a mountain range in Tasmania

Hazard (film)
HAZARD is a 2005 Japanese film mostly shot in New York, written and directed by Sono Sion, starring Joe Odagiri and Jai West. It is the story of three youths who attempt to avenge their rights in a society of criminals and thugs.-External links:

MotorCycle is the title of a 1993 album by rock band Daniel Amos, released on BAI Records. The album was dedicated to the memory of songwriter Mark Heard.MotorCycle is a lush, pop rock album, which marked the return of longtime D.A

Motorcycle safety
Motorcycle safety concerns many aspects of vehicle and equipment design as well as operator skill and training that are unique to motorcycle riding.-Accident rates:

Motorcycle Trials
Motorcycle trials, also termed observed trials, is a non-speed event on specialized motorcycles. The sport is most popular in the United Kingdom and Spain, though there are participants around the globe.

Motorized bicycle
A motorized bicycle, motorbike, cyclemotor, or vélomoteur is a bicycle with an attached motor and transmission used either to power the vehicle unassisted, or to assist with pedaling. Since it always retains both pedals and a discrete connected drive for rider-powered propulsion, the motorized bicycle is in technical terms a true bicycle, albeit a power-assisted one

Motorola 68000
The Motorola 68000 is a 16/32-bit CISC microprocessor core designed and marketed by Freescale Semiconductor

Motorola 68881
The Motorola 68881 and Motorola 68882 were floating-point coprocessor chips that were used in some computer systems in conjunction with the 68020 or 68030 CPUs. The addition of one of these chips added substantial cost to the computer, but added a floating point unit that could rapidly perform floating point math calculations

Motorola RAZR V3
Motorola RAZR is a series of clamshell mobile phones by Motorola, and is one of the series in the 4LTR line. They were first developed in July 2003 and were released in the market in the third quarter of 2004.

Motors TV
Motors TV is a television channel dedicated to news, documentaries and coverage of motorsport and automobiles, and to a lesser extent motorbikes, boats, aircraft and models. It is available in many countries via satellite and cable, with audio in English, French, German and Serbian

Mottisfont Abbey
Mottisfont Abbey is a historical abbey and country estate in England. Sheltered in the valley of the River Test, the property is now operated by the National Trust. About 200,000 people visit each year

Motutapu Island
Motutapu Island is a island in the Hauraki Gulf to the northeast of the city of Auckland, New Zealand. The island is part of the Hauraki Gulf Maritime Park.

Moulin Rouge (1952 film)
Moulin Rouge is a 1952 film directed by John Huston, produced by Sir John Woolf and James Woolf of Romulus Films and released by United Artists. The film is set in Paris in the late 19th century, following artist Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec in the city's bohemian sub-culture in and around the burlesque palace, the Moulin Rouge

Moulton Bicycle
Moulton is an English bicycle manufacturer. The company was founded in 1962 by Dr Alex Moulton, who designed the "Hydrolastic" and rubber cone suspension systems for the BMC Mini motorcar, and the later "Hydragas" system used by its successor companies.

A mound is a general term for an artificial heaped pile of earth, gravel, sand, rocks, or debris. The most common use is in reference to natural earthen formation such as hills and mountains, particularly if they appear artificial. The term may also be applied to any rounded area of topographically higher elevation on any surface

Mound builders
The group of cultures collectively called Mound Builders were prehistoric inhabitants of North America who constructed various styles of earthen mounds for religious and ceremonial, burial, and elite residential purposes

Mount Agung
Mount Agung or Gunung Agung is a mountain in Bali, Indonesia. This stratovolcano is the highest point on the island. It dominates the surrounding area influencing the climate

Mount Ainslie (Australian Capital Territory)
Mount Ainslie or Mount Ainslie-Majura is a part of Canberra Nature Park. It borders on the inner suburbs of Campbell, Ainslie and Hackett

Mount Airy, North Carolina
Mount Airy is a city in Surry County, North Carolina, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 10,388.-History:Mount Airy was settled in the 1750s as a stagecoach stop on the road between Winston-Salem and Galax, Virginia. It was named for a nearby plantation

Mount Apo
Mount Apo is a large solfataric, potentially-active stratovolcano in the island of Mindanao, Philippines. With an altitude of , it is the highest mountain in the country and is located between Davao City and Davao del Sur province in Region XI and Cotabato province in Region XII

Mount Ararat
Mount Ararat is a snow-capped, dormant volcanic cone in Turkey. It has two peaks: Greater Ararat and Lesser Ararat .The Ararat massif is about in diameter

Mount Asama
is an active complex volcano in central Honshū, the main island of Japan. The volcano is the most active on Honshū. The Japan Meteorological Agency classifies Mount Asama as rank A. It stands above sea level on the border of Gunma and Nagano prefectures

Mount Ascutney
Mount Ascutney, is a 3144 foot monadnock located in southern Vermont. It is not the highest peak in Windsor County, Vermont, however, that honor falling to Gillespie Peak to the west. Particularly noteworthy about Ascutney are its granite outcrops, one of which, near its peak, serves as a launching point for hang-gliders

Mount Aso
is the largest active volcano in Japan, and is among the largest in the world. It stands in Aso Kujū National Park in Kumamoto Prefecture, on the island of Kyūshū. Its peak is 1592 m above sea level. Aso has one of the largest caldera in the world

Mount Aspiring
Mount Aspiring / Tititea is New Zealand's highest mountain outside the Aoraki/Mount Cook region.Set within Otago's Mount Aspiring National Park, it has a height of 3,033 metres . Māori named it Tititea, which translates as Glistening Peak. Named in December 1857 by the Chief Surveyor for the Otago Province, John Turnbull Thomson

Mount Athos
Mount Athos is a mountain and peninsula in Macedonia, Greece. A World Heritage Site, it is home to 20 Eastern Orthodox monasteries and forms a self-governed monastic state within the sovereignty of the Hellenic Republic. Spiritually, Mount Athos comes under the direct jurisdiction of the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople

Mount Bailey (Oregon)
Mount Bailey is a relatively young tephra cone and shield volcano in the Cascade Range, located on the opposite side of Diamond Lake from Mount Thielsen in southern Oregon, United States. Bailey consists of a high main cone on top of an old basaltic andesite shield volcano. With a volume of , Mount Bailey is slightly smaller than its neighbor Diamond Peak

Mount Buffalo National Park
Mount Buffalo is a mountain plateau in Victoria , 200 km northeast of Melbourne. It is one of the oldest parks in the Australian Alps, being first established in 1898 when 1165 ha was reserved around Eurobin Falls

Mount Bulusan
Mount Bulusan, or Bulusan Volcano, is the southernmost volcano on Luzon Island in the Republic of the Philippines. It is situated in the province of Sorsogon in the Bicol region, southeast of Mayon Volcano and approximately southeast of the Philippine capital of Manila.It is one of the active volcanoes in the Philippines.-Physical features:Bulusan is classified by volcanologists as

Mount Charleston
Mount Charleston, officially named Charleston Peak, at , is the highest of the Spring Mountains of southern Nevada and the state's eighth highest mountain peak. It is about northwest of Las Vegas and is within the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest, the Mount Charleston Wilderness and the Spring Mountains National Recreation Area

Mount Circeo
Monte Circeo or Cape Circeo is a mountain remaining as a promontory that marks the southwestern limit of the former Pontine Marshes. Although a headland, it was not formed by coastal erosion–as headlands are usually formed–but is a remnant of the orogenic processes that created the Apennines

Mount Damavand
Mount Damāvand also known as Donbavand, a potentially active volcano and the highest peak in Iran, has a special place in Persian mythology and folklore

Mount Dandenong, Victoria
Mount Dandenong is both a mountain and small township/suburb of Greater Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 35 km east from Melbourne's central business district. Its Local Government Area is the Shire of Yarra Ranges

Mount Edziza
Mount Edziza is a stratovolcano in the Stikine Country of northwestern British Columbia, Canada. The volcano and the surrounding area are protected within Mount Edziza Provincial Park. It consists of a complex of multiple peaks and ridges, with several glaciers flowing in all directions. The summit is topped by an ice-filled caldera, which is almost wide

Mount Erebus
Mount Erebus in Antarctica is the southernmost historically active volcano on Earth, the second highest volcano in Antarctica , and the 6th highest ultra mountain on an island. With a summit elevation of , it is located on Ross Island, which is also home to three inactive volcanoes, notably Mount Terror

Mount Etna
Mount Etna is an active stratovolcano on the east coast of Sicily, close to Messina and Catania. It is the tallest active volcano in Europe, currently standing high, though this varies with summit eruptions; the mountain is 21 m higher than it was in 1981.. It is the highest mountain in Italy south of the Alps

Mount Everest
Mount Everest is the world's highest mountain, with a peak at above sea level. It is located in the Mahalangur section of the Himalayas. The international boundary runs across the precise summit point

Mount Fuji
is the highest mountain in Japan at . An active stratovolcano that last erupted in 1707–08, Mount Fuji lies about south-west of Tokyo, and can be seen from there on a clear day. Mount Fuji's exceptionally symmetrical cone is a well-known symbol of Japan and it is frequently depicted in art and photographs, as well as visited by sightseers and climbers

Mount Gambier, South Australia
Mount Gambier is the largest regional city in South Australia located approximately 450 kilometres south of the capital Adelaide and just 17 kilometres from the Victorian border.

Mount Giluwe
Mount Giluwe is the second highest mountain in Papua New Guinea at . It is located in the Southern Highlands province and is an old shield volcano with vast alpine grasslands. Ancient volcanic plugs form its two summits, with the central peak the highest and an east peak about away at

Mount Graham International Observatory
Mount Graham International Observatory is a division of Steward Observatory the research arm for the Department of Astronomy at The University of Arizona. It is located in southeast Arizona's Pinaleno Mountains near Mount Graham.

Mount Gravatt, Queensland
Mount Gravatt is the name of both a major suburb of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia and a prominent hill in this suburb. The suburb is situated in the south-east of the city and was one of Brisbane's largest

Mount Hermon School, Darjeeling
Mount Hermon School is a co-educational school in the town of Darjeeling, in the Indian state of West Bengal. It is located on Lebong cart road. It follows the American education style, rather than the usual British style in vogue in the other schools of the area

Mount Iliamna
Mount Iliamna is a glacier-carved stratovolcano located approximately 215 km southwest of Anchorage on the west side of lower Cook Inlet. Holocene eruptive activity from Iliamna is little known, but radiocarbon dating seems to indicate at least a few eruptions, all before the European settlement of Alaska

Mount Katmai
Mount Katmai is a large stratovolcano on the Alaska Peninsula in southern Alaska, located within Katmai National Park and Preserve. It is about in diameter with a central lake-filled caldera about 3 by 2 mi in area, formed during the Novarupta eruption of 1912. The caldera rim reaches a maximum elevation of

Mount Kenya
Mount Kenya is the highest mountain in Kenya and the second-highest in Africa, after Kilimanjaro. The highest peaks of the mountain are Batian , Nelion and Point Lenana . Mount Kenya is located in central Kenya, just south of the equator, around north-northeast of the capital Nairobi

Mount Kilimanjaro
Kilimanjaro, with its three volcanic cones, Kibo, Mawenzi, and Shira, is a dormant volcano in Kilimanjaro National Park, Tanzania and the highest mountain in Africa at above sea level .-Geology:

Mount Konocti
Mount Konocti is a volcano in Lake County, California on the south shore of Clear Lake. At , it is the second highest peak in the Clear Lake Volcanic Field, which consists of numerous volcanic domes and cones ranging from 10,000 to 2.1 million years old.

Mount Lamington
Mount Lamington is an andesitic stratovolcano in the Oro Province of Papua New Guinea. The forested peak of the volcano had not been recognised as such until its devastating eruption in 1951 that caused about 3,000 deaths.

Mount Lebanon
Mount Lebanon , as a geographic designation, is a Lebanese mountain range, averaging above 2,200 meters in height and receiving a substantial amount of precipitation, including snow, which averages around four meters deep. It extends across the whole country along about , parallel to the Mediterranean coast with the highest peak, Qurnat as Sawda', at

Mount Logan
Mount Logan is the highest mountain in Canada and the second-highest peak in North America, after Mount McKinley . The mountain was named after Sir William Edmond Logan, a Canadian geologist and founder of the Geological Survey of Canada . Mount Logan is located within Kluane National Park and Reserve in southwestern Yukon and is the source of the Hubbard and Logan Glaciers

Mount Macedon, Victoria
Mount Macedon is a small town located northwest of Melbourne in the Australian state of Victoria. It is situated on the side of the mountain of the same name, known as Geboor by the indigenous Wurundjeri people, which rises to above sea level. At the 2006 census, Mount Macedon had a population of 1,694

Mount Makiling
Mount Makiling, also rarely Mount Maquiling, is a potentially active volcano in Laguna province on the island of Luzon, Philippines. It rises to 1,090 m above mean sea level.-Legend:

Mount Mansfield
Mount Mansfield is the highest mountain in Vermont with a summit that peaks at above sea level. The summit is in Underhill; the ridgeline, including some secondary peaks, extends into the town of Stowe, and the mountain's flanks also reach into the town of Cambridge.When viewed from the east or west, this mountain has the appearance of a human profile, with distinct

Mount Mazama
Mount Mazama is a destroyed stratovolcano in the Oregon part of the Cascade Volcanic Arc and the Cascade Range. The volcano's collapsed caldera holds Crater Lake, and the entire mountain is located within Crater Lake National Park.

Mount McGuire
For the mountain of a similar name near Chilliwack, British Columbia, see Mount McGuire .Mount McGuire is a mountain located in the Sunwapta River Valley of Jasper National Park, in Alberta, Canada.

Mount McKinley
Mount McKinley or Denali in Alaska, United States is the highest mountain peak in North America and the United States, with a summit elevation of above sea level. It is the centerpiece of Denali National Park and Preserve.- Geology and features :Mount McKinley is a granitic pluton

Mount Merapi
Mount Merapi, Gunung Merapi , is an active stratovolcano located on the border between Central Java and Yogyakarta, Indonesia. It is the most active volcano in Indonesia and has erupted regularly since 1548

Mount Meru (Tanzania)
Mount Meru is an active stratovolcano located west of Mount Kilimanjaro in the nation of Tanzania. At a height of , it is visible from Mt Kilimanjaro on a clear day, and is the tenth highest mountain in Africa. Much of its bulk was lost about 8,000 years ago due to an eastward volcanic blast, similar to the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens in the U.S. state of Washington

Mount Monadnock
Mount Monadnock, or Grand Monadnock, is the most prominent New England mountain peak south of the White Mountains and east of the Massachusetts Berkshires, and is the highest point in Cheshire County, New Hampshire

Mount Moriah Cemetery (Philadelphia)
Mount Moriah Cemetery is a historic cemetery in southwest Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, along Cobbs Creek. It was incorporated on March 27, 1855 and established by an act of the Pennsylvania Legislature. The cemetery, which originally occupied , was among a number of cemeteries established along the "rural ideal" popular at that time

Mount Nyiragongo
Mount Nyiragongo is a stratovolcano in the Virunga Mountains associated with the Great Rift Valley. It is located inside Virunga National Park, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, about 20 km north of the town of Goma and Lake Kivu and just west of the border with Rwanda. The main crater is about two km wide and usually contains a lava lake

Mount Pelée
Mount Pelée is an active volcano at the northern end of the island and French overseas department of Martinique in the Lesser Antilles island arc of the Caribbean. Its volcanic cone is composed of layers of volcanic ash and hardened lava.

Mount Pinatubo
Mount Pinatubo is an active stratovolcano located on the island of Luzon, near the tripoint of the Philippine provinces of Zambales, Tarlac, and Pampanga. It is located in the Tri-Cabusilan Mountain range separating the west coast of Luzon from the central plains, and is west of the dormant and solitary Mount Arayat. Before 1991, the mountain has no recorded historical eruptions

Mount Roskill Grammar School
Mount Roskill Grammar is a secondary school in the suburb of Mount Roskill, Auckland, officially opened in 1954. The school has students of over 70 different nationalities including approximately 200 International students

Mount Rushmore
Mount Rushmore National Memorial is a sculpture carved into the granite face of Mount Rushmore near Keystone, South Dakota, in the United States

Mount Saint Agnes College
Mount Saint Agnes College was a Catholic women's college located in the Mount Washington neighborhood of Baltimore, Maryland. It opened in 1890 and was operated by the Sisters of Mercy.

Mount Shasta
Mount Shasta is located at the southern end of the Cascade Range in Siskiyou County, California and at is the second highest peak in the Cascades and the fifth highest in California

Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Mount Sinai School of Medicine is an American medical school in the borough of Manhattan in New York City, currently ranked among the top 20 medical schools in the United States. It was chartered by Mount Sinai Hospital in 1963.

Mount Spurr
Mount Spurr is a stratovolcano in the Aleutian Volcanic Arc of Alaska, named after United States Geological Survey geologist and explorer Josiah Edward Spurr, who led an expedition to the area in 1898

Mount St. Helens
Mount St. Helens is an active stratovolcano located in Skamania County, Washington, in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. It is south of Seattle, Washington and northeast of Portland, Oregon. Mount St. Helens takes its English name from the British diplomat Lord St Helens, a friend of explorer George Vancouver who made a survey of the area in the late 18th century