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Headroom
In digital and analog audio, headroom is the amount by which the signal-handling capabilities of an audio system exceed a designated level known as Permitted Maximum Level . Headroom can be thought of as a safety zone allowing transient audio peaks to exceed the PML without exceeding the signal capabilities of an audio system

Headroom (album)
Headroom is the first proper album by indie rock musician Bleu. It was released on Lunch Records in 2000, and led to his winning of the WBCN Rock and Roll Rumble in 2001.-Track listing:# "Workaday Day"# "Feet Don't Fail"# "Save You from Yourself"

Headroom (Don McLean album)
Headroom is an album by American singer-songwriter Don McLean, released in 1991.-Track listing:All songs written by Don McLean.#"Headroom"#"Fashion Victim"#"1967"#"Infinity"#"One in a Row"#"You Who Love the Truth"#"Lady in Waiting"

Headrush (film)
Headrush is a 2003 Irish crime comedy, written and directed by Shimmy Marcus about two young guys, Charlie and T-Bag, who hope to solve all their problems by working for a notorious Underworld Criminal, The Uncle.

Heads of Agreement
Heads of Agreement may refer to:* Heads of agreement , a non-binding document outlining the main issues relevant to a tentative agreement

Heads of Agreement (document)
The Heads of Agreement was a 1981 document proposing a solution to the Guatemalan claim to Belizean territory. Created in February and signed on March 11 in London, England, the agreement sought to propose future bases for negotiations between Great Britain, Belize and Guatemala over the dispute

Heads of Agreement (law)
A heads of agreement is a non-binding document outlining the main issues relevant to a tentative agreement. A heads of agreement document will only be enforceable when it is adopted into a parent contract and subsequently agreed upon

Heads up
Heads up may refer to:* Heads Up! , an educational television show which is produced and broadcast by TVOntario* Head-up display or heads-up display, a transparent display that presents data without obstructing the user's view of objects behind it* Seven Up , also called Heads Up, a traditional children's game* Heads Up , a game produced for the

Heads Up (Stems album)
Heads Up is the long awaited follow up album from The Stems, released on October 6, 2007 through Shock Records. The album was recorded at Kingdom Studios, Perth, mixed at Ultrasuede Studio Inc, Cincinnati, Ohio by producer John Curley and mastered at Oceanway, Los Angeles, California by Alan Yoshida.-Track listing:All tracks

Heads Will Roll
Heads Will Roll EP is Marion Raven's first EP that was released on October 31, 2006. All of the songs were written by Raven in collaboration with numerous artists including Nikki Sixx , Scott Stevens and Freddy Herrera , Keith Nelson and Xavier Muriel , and Raine Maida

Headscarf
Headscarves or head scarves are scarves covering most or all of the top of a woman's hair and her head. Headscarves may be worn for a variety of purposes, such as for warmth, for sanitation, for fashion or social distinction; with religious significance, to hide baldness, out of modesty, or other forms of social convention.- Types :Headscarves may have specific religious

Headset
Headset may refer to:*Headset , audio headphone, particularly with an attached microphone*Headset , a bicycle part that connects the fork to the frame*Headset , an electronica / hip-hop group

Headset (Don Knotts Overdrive)
Headset was an American alternative rock band based in California, USA.-Formation:Originally known as DKO, this Hollywood-based performance art/rock ensemble began their career in 1993, consisting of Howard Hallis , Taylor Stacy , Bobby Hecksher Headset was an American alternative rock band based in California, USA.-Formation:Originally known as DKO, this Hollywood-based performance art/rock ensemble began their career in 1993, consisting of Howard Hallis (today, an artist), Taylor Stacy (Magic Pacer, Erin Martin Band, Deletists, Reverz Engineers, Electromagnetic), Bobby Hecksher Headset was an American alternative rock band based in California, USA.-Formation:Originally known as DKO, this Hollywood-based performance art/rock ensemble began their career in 1993, consisting of Howard Hallis (today, an artist), Taylor Stacy (Magic Pacer, Erin Martin Band, Deletists, Reverz Engineers, Electromagnetic), Bobby Hecksher (Charles Brown Superstar, Magic Pacer, The

Headset (telephone/computer)
A headset is headphones combined with a microphone, or one headphone with a microphone. Headsets provide the equivalent functionality of a telephone handset with hands-free operation. Headsets typically have only one speaker like a telephone, but also come with speakers for both ears

Headspace
Headspace may refer to:*Headspace , 2002*Headspace , 2005*Headspace , an English indie rock group

Headstone (disambiguation)
A headstone is a grave marker.Headstone may also refer to:* Headstone, London, an area of London, England* Headstones , a Canadian rock band* Headstones , an album by Lake of Tears

Headstones (album)
Headstones is the second studio release of the gothic metal band Lake of Tears. It was released in 1995 and still has many doom metal influences; future albums have a more gothic and melodic approach in music, though there are songs up to the band's latest release that still take inspiration from doom metal.- Track listing :# "A Foreign Road" - 4:07# "Raven Land" - 5:42#

Headstrong
Headstrong can refer to:*Headstrong , a Canadian hard rock band**Headstrong , the self-titled debut album by Headstrong*Headstrong , the debut album by Ashley Tisdale

Headstrong (album)
"Don't Touch " is a cover song, performed originally performed by Tata Young. Tisdale collaborated with Rotem, Ryan Tedder, and Evan "Kidd" Bogart on "He Said She Said." Tisdale also worked heavily with production teams The Matrix and Twin

Headstrong (Trapt song)
"Headstrong" is the debut single from the band Trapt and the lead single from their self-titled debut album. It reached #1 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock and Modern Rock charts and #16 on the U.S. pop chart, as well as #1 on the singles recurrent charts

Headwater (band)
Headwater is a band from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Forming in North Vancouver in with musicians Chris Olson, Jonas Shandel and Matt Bryant, Olson left the group early on due to artistic differences to begin a solo career

Headway
Headway is a measurement of the distance/time between vehicles in a transit system. The precise definition varies depending on the application, but it is most commonly measured as the distance from the tip of one vehicle to the tip of the next one behind it, expressed as the time it will take for the trailing vehicle to cover that distance

Headword
A headword, head word, lemma, or sometimes catchword is the word under which a set of related dictionary or encyclopaedia entries appear. The headword is used to locate the entry, and dictates its alphabetical position

Heady
Heady is a surname, and may refer to:* Brett Heady , former Australian rules footballer* Ray E. Heady , American clergyman

Heal
Heal may refer to:* Healing, the process of repair and regeneration of damaged organic tissue* Heal's, a British department store* Alive & Well AIDS Alternatives, formerly Health Education AIDS Liaison , an organization of AIDS denialists

Heal (album)
Heal is the fourth and final full-length studio album from Arizona thrash metal band, Sacred Reich. It was released in February, 1996 on Metal Blade Records and follows 1993's Independent

Healer (gaming)
A healer is a type of character class in video gaming. When a game includes a health game mechanic and multiple classes, often one of the classes will be designed around the restoration of allies' health, known as healing, in order to delay or prevent their defeat. Such a class can be referred to as a healer

Healing (Benny Hinn album)
This Benny Hinn's album also features Don Moen, Jim Cenario, Alvin Slaughter, and more.-Track listing:#"Holy Spirit Thou Art Welcome"#"Lord's Prayer"#"God Can"#"You Are My Hiding Place"#"Jehovah Jireh"#"God Is Good All The Time "#"Fill This Temple"

Health
Health is the level of functional or metabolic efficiency of a living being. In humans, it is the general condition of a person's mind, body and spirit, usually meaning to be free from illness, injury or pain

HEALTH (album)
Health is the debut album by American noise rock band Health. The album was recorded at the Los Angeles club The Smell.-Track listing:#"Heaven" - 2:37#"Girl Attorney" - 0:36

HEALTH (band)
Health is an American noise rock band from Los Angeles, California. The band's 2007 release with Crystal Castles charted at position nine in the UK indie singles chart.- History :

Health (disambiguation)
Health is the level of functional and/or metabolic efficiency of an organism, often implicitly human.Health may also refer to:* Health care, the prevention, treatment, and management of illness

Health (game mechanic)
Health is a game mechanic used in role-playing, computer and video games to give value to characters, enemies, NPCs, and related objects. This value can either be numerical, semi-numerical as in hit/health points, or arbitrary as in a life bar.

Health (magazine)
Health is an American magazine focused on women's health. It was purchased by Time Inc. in 1991. The company now operates as a part of Time's Southern Progress Corporation. The magazine's topics range from diet and recipes to fashion tips and dealing with life issues such as stress

Health care (disambiguation)
-Regional health care:* Health care in Argentina* Health care in Australia* Health care in Brazil* Health care in Canada** Health care in Calgary* Public health-care in China* Health care in Europe* Health care in France* Health care in Germany

Heap
Heap may refer to:Computer science* Heap , a data structure commonly used to implement a priority queue* Heap , an area of memory used for dynamic memory allocationMathematics

Hear
Hear may refer to:* to hear, as in Hearing, the ability to detect sound* Hawaiian Ecosystems at Risk project* Hear , an album by Diesel

Heard
Heard may refer to:* Hearing *Heard Island and McDonald Islands*Heard County, Georgia, U.S.-People with the surname:*G. Alexander Heard , president of Vanderbilt University 1963-1982*Amber Heard, American actress

Hearing
Hearing may refer to:* Hearing , the sense by which sound is perceived* Hearing , a person who has hearing within normal parameters* Hearing , a legal proceeding before a court or other decision making body or officer

Hearing dog
A hearing dog is a specific type of assistance dog specifically selected and trained to assist people who are deaf or hearing impaired by alerting their handler to important sounds, such as doorbells, smoke alarms, ringing telephones, or alarm clocks

Hearsay
Hearsay is information gathered by one person from another person concerning some event, condition, or thing of which the first person had no direct experience. When submitted as evidence, such statements are called hearsay evidence. As a legal term, "hearsay" can also have the narrower meaning of the use of such information as evidence to prove the truth of what is asserted

Hearsay (album)
Hearsay is a 1986 album by R&B musician Alexander O'Neal. The album peaked at #29 on the "Billboard 200" and reached #2 on "Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums". The album launched seven charting singles in the UK

Hearsay (song)
"Hearsay" is the title track of Alexander O'Neal's 2nd album Hearsay which was released in 1987. The original track from the album wasn't released as a single but in 1989, a remixed version was released in the UK Singles Chart and it became a minor hit, reaching #56.

Heart
The heart is a myogenic muscular organ found in all animals with a circulatory system , that is responsible for pumping blood throughout the blood vessels by repeated, rhythmic contractions

Heart (2006 film)
Heart is a 2006 Indonesian film directed by Hanny R Saputra and starring Nirina Zubir, Irwansyah and Acha Septriasa. The films soundtrack features the popular duet "My Heart" between Irwansyah and Acha Septriana, which won Best Song at the MTV Indonesia Movie Awards in 2006

Heart (Amanda Lear album)
-Personnel:*Amanda Lear - lead vocals*Cécile Maestre - backing vocals*Sandrine Foguère - backing vocals*Judith Flessel-Toto - backing vocals*Stefano Meghenzani - piano, Rhodes & accordion*Patrick Bacqueville - trombone*Nicolas Baudino - flute, saxophone

Heart (Chinese constellation)
The Heart mansion is one of the Twenty-eight mansions of the Chinese constellations. It is one of the eastern mansions of the Azure Dragon.-Asterisms:

Heart (Yuna Ito album)
Heart is the debut album of artist Yuna Ito, released on January 24, 2007. It comes in a CD version, and a limited CD+DVD Version, that includes a 32-special-page-booklet and music videos

Heart Attack (album)
Heart Attack is Krokus' tenth studio album, and is described by the band as "The last attempt to keep the band together in a deep crisis".

Heart of Glass (novel)
Heart of Glass is a novel that is part of the A-List novel series. It was written by New York Times bestselling author Zoey Dean and was released in April 2007.-Plot summary:

Heart of Hearts
Heart of Hearts was Bobby Vinton's twenty-sixth studio album and his second studio album for ABC Records. It was released in 1975. "Beer Barrel Polka" is the album's only single

Heart to Heart
Heart to Heart is Reba McEntire's fourth studio album. It was released via Mercury Records in 1981. The album includes the singles "Today All Over Again" and "Only You and You Alone," a cover of the doo-wop standard

Heartache
Heartache may refer to:* Love sickness, condition involving romantic obsession or longing* A broken heart or heartbreak, emotions after loss, disappointment or relationship break-up* Heart Ache, an EP by Jesu* Heartache

Heartaches
"Heartaches" can refer to:*Heartaches, a 1981 movie*"Heartaches," a popular song, published in 1931, by Al Hoffman and John Clenner*Heartaches, a 1985 compilation album by Patsy Cline

Heartbeat (Annie song)
"Heartbeat" is a pop song written by Röyksopp and Norwegian singer Annie for Annie's 2004 debut album Anniemal. It was released with the title "My Heart Beat" as the album's second single in November 2004 . The lyrics of "Heartbeat" describe finding new love at a nightclub, surrounded by close friends

Heartbeat (Buddy Holly song)
"Heartbeat" is a rockabilly song written by Bob Montgomery and Norman Petty and recorded originally by Buddy Holly in 1958. The B side of the single was "Well..

Heartbeat (company)
Heartbeat was a Japanese video game developer, famous for developing the sixth and seventh installments of the Dragon Quest series. Heartbeat also developed a remake of Dragon Quest IV. Plans to localize this remake in North America were halted when the employees of Heartbeat decided to take a sabbatical

Heartbeat (Jimmy Somerville song)
"Heartbeat" is the title of a 1995 song by British pop singer Jimmy Somerville, former lead singer of the bands Bronski Beat and Communards. Released as a single from his 1995 solo album, Dare to Love, "Heartbeat" peaked at #24 on the UK singles chart in February of that year

Heartbeat (Scouting for Girls song)
"Heartbeat" is a song by British band Scouting For Girls and the third single taken from their self-titled debut album. Its physical release was on April 7, 2008 and peaked at #10 on the UK Singles Chart. It was nominated for Best British Single at the 2009 BRIT Awards.-Music video:In the music video the band is seen playing at a lovers ball in front of young couples

Heartbeat (Steps song)
"Heartbeat / Tragedy" was the fourth single released by British pop group Steps. "Heartbeat", written by Jackie James was the first ballad released as a single by the group

Heartbreak
Heartbreak may refer to:*Broken heart, the emotions felt after the end of a romance, or grief or disappointment*Battle of Heartbreak Ridge, a Korean War battle in 1951*Heartbreak Hill , several different locations

HeartBreaker
"HeartBreaker" is the debut single released by the J-Hip-hop group, Teriyaki Boyz, and is included within the group's debut album, Beef or Chicken. The single was only released in the U.K. market

Heartbreaker (The O' Jays album)
Heartbreaker is an album by The O'Jays, released in 1993 on the EMI label.-Track listing:#"Cryin' the Blues" #"One Wonderful Girl" #"Somebody Else Will" #"Show Me the Right Way" #"Trouble" #"Can't Let You Go"

Heartbreaker (will.i.am song)
"Heartbreaker" is the second single from rapper will.i.am's third album Songs About Girls. The British single version features guest vocals from Cheryl Cole; this version was also featured on Cole's debut solo album 3 Words which was released in October 2009.-Release and reception:Cheryl Cole's vocals and appearance in the music video came as a result of the ITV2 television

Heartbroken
"Heartbroken" is the first single from British producer T2 to reach a place on the UK Singles Chart, peaking at number two behind Leona Lewis's "Bleeding Love"

MSW/LFG
MSW/LFG stands for municipal solid waste and landfill gas. The United States Environmental Protection Agency has several standards required for MSW landfills to help ensure public and environmental safety.-External links :**

Mt. Kadam
Mount Kadam lies near the east border of Karamoja, Uganda with Kenya and has an approximate elevation of .It is inhabited by the remnants of the Kadam people.

Mt. Rainier Scenic Railroad
The Mt. Rainier Scenic Railroad is a steam-powered heritage railroad operating in Washington State between Elbe and Mineral. The railroad travels on tracks that pass through thick forest just south of Mount Rainier. The depot, gift shop and ticket office are located in Elbe

MTA Long Island Bus
MTA Long Island Bus is the name used by MTA Regional Bus for its bus network serving primarily Nassau County. It also serves parts of western Suffolk County as well as parts of Queens. Long Island Bus is the trading name of Metropolitan Suburban Bus Authority, a name which has not been used publicly since 1995, and which is now a unit of Regional Bus as noted above

MTA Regional Bus Operations
MTA Regional Bus Operations is the surface transit division of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority , created in 2008 to consolidate all bus operations operated by the MTA.-History:

MTD Products
MTD Products is a manufacturer of outdoor power equipment for the mass market. Based in Cleveland, Ohio, USA, the company began in 1932 and is a family-owned, private company. It originated as a tool and die maker

Mthatha
Mthatha is the main town of the King Sabata Dalindyebo Local Municipality in Eastern Cape province of South Africa. The town has an airport, previously known by the name K. D. Matanzima Airport after former leader Kaiser Matanzima.

MTN
MTN may refer to:* MTN Group, a major South Africa-based mobile telephone network operator active in many African and Middle Eastern countries* Maritime Telecommunications Network, a mobile phone network that operates on sea vessels like cruise liners

MTV
MTV, formerly an initialism of Music Television, is an American network based in New York City that launched on August 1, 1981. The original purpose of the channel was to play music videos guided by on-air hosts known as VJs.

MTV Cribs
MTV Cribs and CMT Cribs, depending on which channel it airs, is a franchise reality television program that originated on the MTV Networks' MTV. It later aired on its CMT channel that features tours of the houses and mansions of celebrities. The first show aired September 2000

Mu Cephei
Mu Cephei , also known as Herschel's Garnet Star, is a red supergiant star in the constellation Cepheus. It is one of the largest and most luminous stars known in the Milky Way

Mu-law algorithm
The µ-law algorithm is a companding algorithm, primarily used in the digital telecommunication systems of North America and Japan. Companding algorithms reduce the dynamic range of an audio signal

Mu-metal
Mu-metal is a nickel-iron alloy that is notable for its high magnetic permeability. The high permeability makes mu-metal very effective at screening static or low-frequency magnetic fields, which cannot be attenuated by other methods. The name came from the Greek letter mu which represents permeability

Muammar al-Gaddafi
Muammar Muhammad Abu Minyar Gaddafi or "September 1942" 20 October 2011), commonly known as Muammar Gaddafi or Colonel Gaddafi, was the official ruler of the Libyan Arab Republic from 1969 to 1977 and then the "Brother Leader" of the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya from 1977 to 2011.He seized power in a bloodless military coup in 1969

Much Binding in the Marsh
Much-Binding-in-the-Marsh was the title of a comedy BBC radio and Radio Luxembourg show broadcast from 1944 to 1954, starring Kenneth Horne and Richard Murdoch as senior staff in a fictional RAF station battling red tape and wartime inconvenience

Much Wenlock
Much Wenlock, earlier known as Wenlock, is a small town in central Shropshire, England. It is situated on the A458 road between Shrewsbury and Bridgnorth. Nearby, to the northeast, is the Ironbridge Gorge, and the new town of Telford

Mucocele
A "mucous cyst of the oral mucosa" is a clinical term that refers to two related phenomena: mucus extravasation phenomenon, and mucus retention cyst

Mucor
Mucor is a microbial genus of about 3000 species of moulds commonly found in soil, digestive systems, plant surfaces, and rotten vegetable matter.-Description:

Mucuna
Mucuna is a genus of around 100 accepted species of climbing vines and shrubs of the family Fabaceae, found worldwide in the woodlands of tropical areas.

Mucuna pruriens
Mucuna pruriens is a tropical legume known as velvet bean or cowitch and by other common names , found in Africa, India and the Caribbean. The plant is infamous for its extreme itchiness produced on contact, particularly with the young foliage and the seed pods

Mucus
In vertebrates, mucus is a slippery secretion produced by, and covering, mucous membranes. Mucous fluid is typically produced from mucous cells found in mucous glands. Mucous cells secrete products that are rich in glycoproteins and water. Mucous fluid may also originate from mixed glands, which contain both serous and mucous cells

Mud dauber
Mud dauber is a name commonly applied to a number of wasps from either the family Sphecidae or Crabronidae that build their nests from mud

Mud volcano
The term mud volcano or mud dome are used to refer to formations created by geo-excreted liquids and gases, although there are several different processes which may cause such activity. Hot water mixes with mud and surface deposits. Mud volcanoes are associated with subduction zones and about 700 have been identified

Mudaliar
Mudaliar also Mudali, Moodley is a title used in Tamil diaspora. It is derived from the honorary title Mudali meaning a person of first rank in the Tamil language which was bestowed upon top-ranking bureaucratic officials and army commanders in medieval South India

Muddy Waters
McKinley Morganfield , known as Muddy Waters, was an American blues musician, generally considered the "father of modern Chicago blues"

Mudgee, New South Wales
Mudgee is a town in the central west of New South Wales, Australia. It is located in the broad fertile Cudgegong River valley 261 kilometres north west of Sydney. Mudgee is the centre of the Mid-Western Regional Council Local Government Area

Mudpuppy
Mudpuppies or waterdogs are aquatic salamanders of the family Proteidae. Their name originates from the misconception that they make a dog-like barking sound. The range of the genus Necturus runs from southern central Canada, through the midwestern United States, east to North Carolina and south to Georgia and Mississippi

Mudskipper
Mudskippers are members of the subfamily Oxudercinae , within the family Gobiidae . They are completely amphibious fish, fish that can use their pectoral fins to walk on land

Muffler
A muffler is a device for reducing the amount of noise emitted by the exhaust of an internal combustion engine. A US Patent for an Exhaust muffler for engines was granted to Milton and Marshall Reeves in 1897.

Mufti Mahmud
Maulana Mufti Mahmud , an ethnic Marwat Pashtun hailing from Abdul Khel, was born in January 1919 in Paniala, Dera Ismail Khan District, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, province of Pakistan. He was an Islamic scholar and political activist. Maulana Fazal-ur-Rehman is his son and was the leader of opposition in Pakistan.He fought in the Indian Independence Movement during the 1940s

Mug Ruith
Mug Ruith is a figure in Irish mythology, a powerful blind druid of Munster who lived on Valentia Island, County Kerry. He could grow to enormous size, and his breath caused storms and turned men to stone. He wore a hornless bull-hide and a bird mask, and flew in a machine called the roth rámach, the "oared wheel"

Muga-mushin
is a compound term of muga and mushin. Muga literally means no-self and Mushin no-mind . What is negated is the empirical body-mind as an ontological independent state of existence. Muga and mushin point to the same thing, the state of egolessness, but from different perspectives

Mughal-e-Azam
Mughal-E-Azam is a 1960 Indian historical epic film produced under the banner of Sterling Investment Corporation Pvt Ltd, and directed by K. Asif. With its unmatched production, K. Asif's magnum opus took nine years and $3 million to complete this movie. This was when a typical Bollywood film would cost around $200,000 only

Muhammad
Muhammad |ligature]] at U+FDF4 ;Arabic pronunciation varies regionally; the first vowel ranges from ~~; the second and the last vowel: ~~~. There are dialects which have no stress. In Egypt, it is pronounced not in religious contexts

Muhammad Abduh
Muhammad Abduh was an Egyptian jurist, religious scholar and liberal reformer, regarded as the founder of Islamic Modernism

Muhammad al-Mahdi
Muḥammad ibn al-Ḥasan al-Mahdī is believed by Twelver Shī‘a Muslims to be the Mahdī, an ultimate savior of humankind and the final Imām of the Twelve Imams

Muhammad Ali
Muhammad Ali is an American former professional boxer, philanthropist and social activist

Muhammad Ali Jinnah
Muhammad Ali Jinnah was a Muslim lawyer, politician, statesman and the founder of Pakistan. He is popularly and officially known in Pakistan as Quaid-e-Azam and Baba-e-Qaum .

Muhammad Ali of Egypt
Muhammad Ali Pasha al-Mas'ud ibn Agha was a commander in the Ottoman army, who became Wāli, and self-declared Khedive of Egypt and Sudan

Muhammad bin Qasim
Muhammad bin Qasim Al-Thaqafi was a Umayyad general who, at the age of 17, began the conquest of the Sindh and Punjab regions along the Indus River for the Umayyad Caliphate. He was born in the city of Taif

Muhammad Fareed Didi
King Muhammad Fareed Didi , the son of the Sultan Prince Abdul Majeed Didi . Muhammed Fareed Didi was the last Sultan of Maldives and the first Maldivian Monarch to assume the title of "King" with the style of "Your Majesty". He was the Sultan of Maldives from March 7, 1954 until November 11, 1968

Muhammad ibn Musa al-Khwarizmi
'There is some confusion in the literature on whether al-Khwārizmī's full name is ' or '. Ibn Khaldun notes in his encyclopedic work: "The first who wrote upon this branch was Abu ʿAbdallah al-Khowarizmi, after whom came Abu Kamil Shojaʿ ibn Aslam." . 'There is some confusion in the literature on whether al-Khwārizmī's full name is ' or '. Ibn Khaldun notes in his encyclopedic work: "The first who wrote upon this branch (algebra) was Abu ʿAbdallah al-Khowarizmi, after whom came Abu Kamil Shojaʿ ibn Aslam." (MacGuckin de Slane). 'There is some confusion in the literature on whether al-Khwārizmī's full name is ' or '. Ibn Khaldun notes in his encyclopedic work: "The first who wrote upon this branch (algebra) was Abu ʿAbdallah al-Khowarizmi, after whom came Abu Kamil Shojaʿ ibn Aslam." (MacGuckin de Slane). (Rosen 1831, pp

Muhammad Naasiruddeen al-Albaanee
Muhammad Nasiruddin al-Albani was an influential Albanian Salafi Islamic scholar of the 20th Century; he specialised in the fields of hadith and fiqh. He was also a prolific writer and speaker.-Early life:

Muhammad of Ghor
Sultan Shahāb-ud-Din Muhammad Ghori , originally called Mu'izzuddīn Muḥammad Bin Sām , was a ruler of the Ghurid dynasty who reigned over a territory spanning present-day Afghanistan, Pakistan and northern India.Shahabuddin Ghori reconquered the city of Ghazna Sultan Shahāb-ud-Din Muhammad Ghori (also Ghauri, Ghouri) , originally called Mu'izzuddīn Muḥammad Bin Sām (and also referred to by Orientalists as Muhammad of Ghor) (1150 – 15 March 1206), was a ruler of the Ghurid dynasty who reigned over a territory spanning present-day Afghanistan, Pakistan and northern India.Shahabuddin Ghori reconquered the city of Ghazna Sultan Shahāb-ud-Din Muhammad Ghori (also Ghauri, Ghouri) , originally called Mu'izzuddīn Muḥammad Bin Sām (and also referred to by Orientalists as Muhammad of Ghor) (1150 – 15 March 1206), was a ruler of the Ghurid dynasty who reigned over a territory spanning present-day Afghanistan, Pakistan and northern India.Shahabuddin Ghori reconquered the city of Ghazna (in

Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah
Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah was the fifth sultan of the Qutb Shahi dynasty of Golkonda in south India. He founded the city of Bhagyanagar i.e. Hyderabad - Hyderabad, India and built its architectural centerpiece, the Charminar

Muhammad Sayyid Tantawy
Muhammad Sayyid Tantawy was an influential Islamic scholar in Egypt. From 1986 to 1996, he was the grand Mufti of Egypt

Muhammadu Buhari
Muhammadu Buhari was a military ruler of Nigeria and an unsuccessful candidate for president in the 2003, 2007 and 2011 presidential elections

Mui Wo
Mui Wo is a rural town on the eastern coast of Lantau Island in Hong Kong. The main beach in Mui Wo is known as Silver Mine Bay .-History:

Muirfield (Scotland)
Muirfield is a privately owned links which is the home of The Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers. Located in Gullane, East Lothian, Scotland, overlooking the Firth of Forth, Muirfield is one of the golf courses used in rotation for The Open Championship.Muirfield has hosted The Open Championship fifteen times, most recently in 2002 when Ernie Els lifted the trophy

Muirlea, Queensland
Muirlea is a suburb of Ipswich, Queensland, Australia.

Mukhtar Masood
Mukhtar Masood, SI, is a Pakistani writer and bureaucrat. He has been awarded Sitara-i-Imtiaz, one of the highest civil awards by the Government of Pakistan.-Aligarh years:

Mukkulathor
The Mukkulathor community is native to the southern districts of Tamil Nadu, India. The name "Mukkulathor" alludes to the three roughly designated groups and which make up this large endogamous social group

Mukkuvar
Mukkuvar also Mukkuva are a social group or caste primarily a fishing community, living in the coastal districts of Kerala, south Tamil Nadu in India and also in Sri Lanka. It is a community that has differing ethnic identities based on the state or country of domicile

Mul Mantra
The Mul Mantar is the first composition in the Sikh holy book, the Adi Granth. It is a series of affirmations and is the basis of Sikh theology. The Mul Mantar is the first composition of Guru Nanak and the origin of the Adi Granth. The Adi Granth begins with the Mul Mantar and it occurs more than one hundred times throughout the text

Mulberry harbour
A Mulberry harbour was a British type of temporary harbour developed in World War II to offload cargo on the beaches during the Allied invasion of Normandy.

Mule Deer
The mule deer is a deer indigenous to western North America. The Mule Deer gets its name from its large mule-like ears. There are believed to be several subspecies, including the black-tailed deer

Mulholland Drive
Mulholland Drive is a street and road in the eastern Santa Monica Mountains of Southern California. It is named after Los Angeles pioneer civil engineer William Mulholland

Mulk Raj Anand
Mulk Raj Anand was an Indian writer in English, notable for his depiction of the lives of the poorer castes in traditional Indian society. One of the pioneers of Indo-Anglian fiction, he, together with R.K

Mullaperiyar Dam
Mullaiperiyaru Dam is a gravity dam made with lime stone and surkhi and the cunstruction technologies of 19th century on the Periyar River. It is located above mean sea level on the Cardamom Hills of Western Ghats in Thekkadi, Idukki District of Kerala, India

Muller Martini
Muller Martini, based in Switzerland, manufactures a wide variety of web offset printing presses, bookbinding equipment, newspaper inserting systems, mail room delivery systems and other printing related equipment. Manufacturing facilities are located in Switzerland, Germany and the United States

Mullet (fish)
The mullets or grey mullets are a family and order of ray-finned fish found worldwide in coastal temperate and tropical waters, and in some species in fresh water. Mullets have served as an important source of food in Mediterranean Europe since Roman times

Mullica River
The Mullica River is a river in southern New Jersey in the United States. The Mullica was once known as the Little Egg Harbor River.The river provides one of the principal drainages into the Atlantic Ocean of the extensive Pinelands

Multan Museum
The Multan Museum located in the city of Multan, Punjab, Pakistan contains a fine collection of coins, medals, postage stamps of the former State of Bahawalpur, manuscripts, documented inscriptions, wood carvings, camel-skin paintings, historical models and stone carvings of the Islamic and Pre-Islamic periods.Actually Multan Museum is under construction

Multi-agent system
A multi-agent system is a system composed of multiple interacting intelligent agents. Multi-agent systems can be used to solve problems that are difficult or impossible for an individual agent or a monolithic system to solve

Multi-compartment model
A multi-compartment model is a type of mathematical model used for describing the way materials or energies are transmitted among the compartments of a system. Each compartment is assumed to be a homogenous entity within which the entities being modelled are equivalent

Multi-core (computing)
A multi-core processor is a single computing component with two or more independent actual processors , which are the units that read and execute program instructions

Multi-level marketing
Multi-level marketing is a marketing strategy in which the sales force is compensated not only for sales they personally generate, but also for the sales of others they recruit, creating a downline of distributors and a hierarchy of multiple levels of compensation

Multi-link suspension
A multi-link suspension is a type of vehicle suspension design typically used in independent suspensions, using three or more lateral arms, and one or more longitudinal arms.

Multi-mode optical fiber
Multi-mode optical fiber is a type of optical fiber mostly used for communication over short distances, such as within a building or on a campus

Multi-storey car park
A multi-storey car-park is a building designed specifically to be for car parking and where there are a number of floors or levels on which parking takes place