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Heartburn
Heartburn, also known as pyrosis or acid indigestion is a burning sensation in the chest, just behind the breastbone or in the epigastrium

Heartfelt
Heartfelt is the seventh studio album by Fourplay, released in 2002. This is the first album to be released by Arista Records.- Track listing :- Personnel :* Bob James - keyboards* Larry Carlton - guitars* Harvey Mason - drums* Nathan East - bass

Hearth
In common historic and modern usage, a hearth is a brick- or stone-lined fireplace or oven often used for cooking and/or heating. For centuries, the hearth was considered an integral part of a home, often its central or most important feature

Hearthside
Hearthside is a historic house in Lincoln, Rhode Island at 677 Great Road , at the intersection of Breakneck Hill Road.Stephen Hopkins Smith built this federal-style house in 1810 of fieldstone and it contains 10 fireplaces or hearths. Smith allegedly built the house with winnings from the Louisiana state lottery to unsuccessfully woo a woman from Providence

Heartland (Australian TV series)
Heartland was an Australian television drama series that ran on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation in 1994. It ran for thirteen episodes and starred Cate Blanchett and Ernie Dingo

Heartland (Client album)
Heartland is the third studio album by the English electronic group Client. It was released in Germany on 23 March 2007 by Out of Line Music.Initial copies came with a bonus DVD containing all the group's music videos released up to that point.

Heartland (disambiguation)
- Education :* Heartland Baptist Bible College, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma* Heartland Community College, in Illinois* Heartland Elementary School, public school, Kansas- Film :* Heartland , a 1979 film starring Rip Torn and Conchata Ferrell

Heartland (George Strait song)
"Heartland" is the title of a song written by Steve Dorff and John Bettis, and recorded by American country music singer George Strait. It was released in January 1993 as the second single from his soundtrack CD Pure Country

Heartland (Runrig album)
Heartland is the fourth album by Celtic rock band Runrig. It was released in 1985, and was their first output in which English songs exceeded the number of Gaelic ones.-Track listing:# "O Cho Meallt" - 3:04

Heartland (The Judds album)
Heartland is the title of a studio album released by RCA Records in 1987 by the American country music duo The Judds. It features the singles "Don't Be Cruel" , "Turn It Loose", and "I Know Where I'm Going". The album was released in Europe under the title Give a Little Love, as a 15-track compilation

Heartlands (film)
Heartlands is a 2002 film directed by Damien O'Donnell and written by Paul Fraser. It is a comedy-drama-road movie, running at 90 minutes, produced in the United Kingdom. It was screened at the Edinburgh Film Festival.-Plot:

Heartless
-Books:*Heartless , a 2011 novel in the New York Times best-selling "Parasol Protectorate" series by Gail Carriger*Heartless , a 2010 novel in the "Pretty Little Liars" series by Sara Shepherd-Film:

Hearts (album)
-Track listing:#"Daisy Jane" – 3:07#"Half a Man" – 3:33#"Midnight" – 2:41#"Bell Tree" – 2:32#"Old Virginia" – 3:28#"People in the Valley" – 2:43#"Company" – 3:23

Heartsease
Viola tricolor, known as Heartsease, is a common European wild flower, growing as an annual or short-lived perennial. It has been introduced into North America, where it has spread widely, and is known as the Johnny Jump Up

Heat
In physics and thermodynamics, heat is energy transferred from one body, region, or thermodynamic system to another due to thermal contact or thermal radiation when the systems are at different temperatures. It is often described as one of the fundamental processes of energy transfer between physical entities

Heat (1986 film)
Heat is a 1986 action-thriller film about an ex-mercenary working as a bodyguard in Las Vegas. The film was written by William Goldman, based on his novel. It was directed by Dick Richards and Jerry Jameson, and stars Burt Reynolds, Karen Young, and Peter MacNicol.-Plot summary:A woman in a Las Vegas bar is annoyed by a flirtatious drunk

Heat (album)
Heat is the third studio album by Soul for Real, released on May 18, 1999.-Track listing:#Come See Me#Can't Wait#Party All Night#Everything I Do#You Can Spend the Night#Into You#Heat#One Step#Get So Crazy#What's Going On#I Want You#Hymn

Heat (Colder album)
Heat is the second album from French musician Colder, released on Output Recordings on July 4, 2005. The album was produced in Paris, France and was released on CD, limited edition CD , and limited edition red-colored 12" vinyl. The album was also released on CD in Mexico with two bonus tracks

Heat (Jimmy Barnes album)
Heat is the sixth album by Australian rock singer Jimmy Barnes. It reached number 2 on the ARIA album charts in 1993, and features the singles Sweat It Out, Stand Up, Stone Cold and Right By Your Side.-Track listing:# Sweat it Out# Wheels in Motion

Heat (novel)
Heat is a novel written by Mike Lupica that was published in 2006. The story is about a young boy named Michael Arroyo, a baseball player. But there is one problem: the coaches from other teams say that he is too good to be just 12 years old

Heat (software)
HEAT is a commercial help desk issue management software suite produced by FrontRange Solutions. According to FrontRange staff, HEAT stands for Helpdesk Expert Automation Tool.- Architecture :

Heat (soundtrack)
Heat is the soundtrack album to the 1995 film Heat. The score is compiled mostly with Elliot Goldenthal's orchestrations although there are a variety of other artists featured including U2/Brian Eno project Passengers, Lisa Gerrard, Moby and Terje Rypdal.-The score:The track "New Dawn Fades" is only a part of the whole song that fades into the next track and the track "God

Heat Wave (song)
"Heat Wave" is a popular song. It was written by Irving Berlin for the 1933 musical As Thousands Cheer, and introduced in the show by Ethel Waters.

Heated
Heated may refer to:* Heated , a 1998 rock album* Heated , a 2000 hip hop album

Heated (Sean T album)
Heated is the third album by Sean T. It was released on September 9, 2000 for his own label Get Gone Records and was entirely produced by Sean T.-Track listing:#"Intro" - :56#"Hataz" - 4:11

Heater
A heater is an object that emits heat or causes another body to achieve a higher temperature. In a household or domestic setting, heaters are usually appliances whose purpose is to generate heating

Heater
A heater is an object that emits heat or causes another body to achieve a higher temperature. In a household or domestic setting, heaters are usually appliances whose purpose is to generate heating

Heater (aquarium)
An aquarium heater is a device used in the fishkeeping hobby to warm the temperature of water in aquariums. Most tropical freshwater and marine aquariums are maintained at temperatures that range from 22-30 °C . The types include glass immersion heaters and undergravel heating

Heater (Samim song)
Heater is a polka-tech house instrumental tune by Samim. The instrumental contains a sample of the popular in the 1950s Colombian cumbia La Cumbia Cienaguera a version by Alberto Pacheco.

Heath
-Habitats:* Heath or heathland, low-growing woody vegetation, mostly consisting of heathers and related species* Heaths in the British National Vegetation Classification system

Heathen (disambiguation)
Heathen or Heathenry may refer to:*An adherent of Germanic Neopaganism, also known as Heathenism or Heathenry, who may or may not specify further religious affiliation

Heather (fabric)
In clothing, heather refers to interwoven yarns of mixed colors producing muted greyish shades with flecks of color

Heather (name)
Heather is a popular English and Scottish given name for girls. It simply means "heather" from the English word for the variety of small shrubs with pink or white flowers which commonly grow in rocky areas. It is derived from Middle English hather. Heath can be used as a male given name

Heather (song)
"Heather" is a short song that appears on the Beatles bootleg No. 3 Abbey Road N.W., but was actually recorded in January, 1969 by Paul McCartney with Donovan and Mary Hopkin during the sessions for Hopkins' Postcard LP. The tune was written for Linda McCartney's daughter Heather.

Heathrow (disambiguation)
-In England:*London Heathrow Airport, England*Heathrow , a hamlet destroyed in 1944 during construction of Heathrow Airport*Various transport facilities serving Heathrow Airport:**London Underground stations:***Heathrow Terminals 1, 2, 3 tube station

Heatstroke (film)
Heatstroke is a Sci Fi Channel original movie. The film stars D. B. Sweeney and Danica McKellar. It was made by the team that made Farscape. The film was written by Richard Manning and David Kemper, produced by David Kemper, and directed by Andrew Prowse.-Plot:A retired model and an elite commando attempt to stop an alien invasion

Heatwave (album)
Heatwave is the fifth album by Belgian RIO band Univers Zero. Released in 1986, the album is a continued exploration of the Middle Eastern influences, which first appeared on Uzed. The instrumentation here is more electronic than in their previous works.

Heatwave (festival)
Heatwave was a rock festival August 23, 1980, outside of Toronto at Mosport Park, Bowmanville, Ontario. The slogans used to promote the show were variously the "Punk Woodstock", the "New Wave Woodstock", or "The 1980s Big Beat Rock and Roll Party".

Heaven
Heaven, the Heavens or Seven Heavens, is a common religious cosmological or metaphysical term for the physical or transcendent place from which heavenly beings originate, are enthroned or inhabit

Heaven (1987 film)
Heaven is a 1987 documentary film about beliefs concerning the afterlife and heaven in particular. The film was written and directed by Diane Keaton, and features a soundtrack by Howard Shore.

Heaven (band)
-External links:* *

Heaven (Bryan Adams song)
"Heaven" is a power ballad written by Bryan Adams and Jim Vallance and performed by Bryan Adams. The song first appeared on the A Night in Heaven soundtrack album in 1983 and was later included on Adams' album Reckless in 1984

Heaven (Cosmic Baby album)
Heaven is a music album by techno/trance artist Cosmic Baby which was released in 1999. It is Cosmic Baby's fourth full-length album. It was his final album before his break from recording as Cosmic Baby, as well as his final album in traditional Cosmic Baby style

Heaven (Jai album)
Heaven is the debut album of British neo soul singer Jason Rowe, performing under the name Jai. The album was released on November 11, 1997

Heaven (John Legend song)
"Heaven" is the second single from John Legend's second album, Once Again.The song has two music videos, the first one featuring women posed as various Renaissance era paintings. The second one features more John Legend himself and less posture women

Heaven (Live song)
"Heaven" is a song by alternative rock group Live, which was released as the first single from their 2003 album, Birds of Pray.The song was not released as a commercial CD single in the United States, but was made available as a purchasable digital download, which enabled the song to reach #59 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart

Heaven (Mobius Band album)
Heaven is the second full-length record by Mobius Band. It was released in 2007.-Track listing:#"Hallie"– 4:27#"Secret Language" – 3:51#"A Hint Of Blood" – 3:36#"Leave The Keys In The Door" – 4:05#"Friends Like These" – 4:14#"Control" – 4:39

Heaven (Must Be There)
"Heaven " is a song by Eurogliders from their album This Island. The song was released as a 7" vinyl and a 12" in 1984.

Heaven (Nina Girado album)
Heaven is the debut studio album by Filipino singer Nina, released in the Philippines on August 20, 2002 by Warner Music. The album is heavily influenced by jazzy lounge pop-R&B and composed of songs that are reminiscent to the sound of international records at that time. Under the direction of Warner managing head Ricky R

Heaven (Nina Girado song)
"Heaven" is a song by Filipino singer Nina from her 2002 debut album of the same name. It was released as the album's first commercial single, and her first single as an artist, in August 2002 along with the album by Warner Music Philippines. The song was written by Brett Laurence and Gary Haase, and produced by Ferdie Marquez

Heaven (Talking Heads song)
"Heaven" is a song by the American New Wave band Talking Heads from their 1979 album Fear of Music.- Cover versions :*k.d. lang recorded her version of this song with The Siss Boom Bang for their 2011 album Sing It Loud

Heaven (Warrant song)
Heaven is a song by American glam metal band Warrant. A power ballad, it was released in 1989 as the second single from Warrant's debut album Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich

Heavenly
Heavenly may refer to:In music:* Heavenly , a twee pop band from Oxford, England* Heavenly , a power metal band from Paris, France* Heavenly , released in 1959.

Heavens
Heavens was an independent rock band featuring Matt Skiba of Alkaline Trio and Josiah Steinbrick. The duo signed to Epitaph Records and released their debut album, Patent Pending, on September 12, 2006.

Heavy
-Music:* "Heavy" , a song by Collective Soul from the album Dosage* Heavy , the first album by the band Iron Butterfly* Heavy , 1999

Heavy (aviation)
When talking to air traffic controllers, pilots will add the term Heavy to the end of the flight call sign on flights involving very large aircraft.For example you might hear this : "United 341, heavy, ready for departure".

Heavy (Heavy D album)
Heavy is the seventh album by rapper, Heavy D, THe album was released on June 15, 1999 for Uptown Records and was produced by Heavy D, Tony Dofat, Erick Sermon, and The Ummah. The album was a mild success, making it to #60 on the Billboard 200 and #10 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. It is Heavy D's lowest selling album to date

Heavy (House)
"Heavy" is the sixteenth episode of the first season of House, which premiered on the Fox network on March 29, 2005. A 10-year-old obese girl is admitted after suffering a heart attack during gym class at school

Heavy Metal (Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles)
"Heavy Metal" is the fourth episode of the American television series Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles. Aired on February 4, 2008, this episode features the discovery and stymieing of another Terminator and its preparatory mission to artificially bolster Skynet's future war resources, as well as Cromartie's realization of his new human disguise.-Plot:Written by John Enbom,

Heavy water
Heavy water is water highly enriched in the hydrogen isotope deuterium; e.g., heavy water used in CANDU reactors is 99.75% enriched by hydrogen atom-fraction

Heavyweight
Heavyweight is a division, or weight class, in boxing. Fighters who weigh over 200 pounds are considered heavyweights by the major professional boxing organizations: the International Boxing Federation, the World Boxing Association, the World Boxing Council, and the World Boxing Organization.Because this division has no weight limit, it has been

Heavyweight (disambiguation)
Heavyweight is a weight class in boxing. It may also refer to:*Heavyweight , mixed martial arts weight class*Heavyweights, 1995 comedy film*"Heavyweight", a 2007 song by Infected Mushroom

HEB
HEB may refer to:*H-E-B, a supermarket chain named for founder Howard E. Butt* Hindu Endowments Board of Singapore* High Energy Biscuits* The HEB tri-city hub of the cities of Hurst, Euless, and Bedford in the northeastern portion of Tarrant County in North Texas, including:** HEB ISD, a name for the school district centered on the area* Hot electron bolometer, a type of

Hebdomad
Hebdomad may refer to:* On Hebdomads, a work of the Hippocratic Corpus* hebdomad, a term used by Neoplatonist philosophers such as Iamblichus and Proclus in reference to the intellect

Hebe
Hebe may refer to:*Hebe , the goddess of youth in Greek mythology*Hebe , a genus of plants native to New Zealand*Hebe , a comics character in the Marvel Comics universe*6 Hebe, a main-belt asteroid

Hebephilia
Hebephilia refers to the sexual preference for individuals in the early years of puberty . Girls typically begin the process of puberty at age 10 or 11; boys at age 11 or 12

Hebrew alphabet
The Hebrew alphabet , known variously by scholars as the Jewish script, square script, block script, or more historically, the Assyrian script, is used in the writing of the Hebrew language, as well as other Jewish languages, most notably Yiddish, Ladino, and Judeo-Arabic. There have been two script forms in use

Multibanco
Multibanco is an interbank network in Portugal owned and operated by Sociedade Interbancaria de Serviços S.A., or SIBS, that links the ATMs of 27 banks in Portugal, totaling 11,208 machines as of October 2006. The bank members of Multibanco control the SIBS

MultiChoice
MultiChoice is a South African company which operates the DStv satellite television service, the main satellite TV service in Sub-Saharan Africa. It was formed out of the subscriber-management branch of the M-Net terrestrial pay TV company, and broadcasts the full range of M-Net channels on the DStv service. MultiChoice is owned by the Naspers media conglomerate

Multiculturalism
Multiculturalism is the appreciation, acceptance or promotion of multiple cultures, applied to the demographic make-up of a specific place, usually at the organizational level, e.g

Multidimensional scaling
Multidimensional scaling is a set of related statistical techniques often used in information visualization for exploring similarities or dissimilarities in data. MDS is a special case of ordination. An MDS algorithm starts with a matrix of item–item similarities, then assigns a location to each item in N-dimensional space, where N is specified a priori

Multimedia
Multimedia is media and content that uses a combination of different content forms. The term can be used as a noun or as an adjective describing a medium as having multiple content forms. The term is used in contrast to media which use only rudimentary computer display such as text-only, or traditional forms of printed or hand-produced material

Multinational Force and Observers
The Multinational Force and Observers is an international peacekeeping force overseeing the terms of the peace treaty between Egypt and Israel.-Background:

Multinomial theorem
In mathematics, the multinomial theorem says how to expand a power of a sum in terms of powers of the terms in that sum. It is the generalization of the binomial theorem to polynomials.-Theorem:

Multiple birth
A multiple birth occurs when more than one fetus is carried to term in a single pregnancy. Different names for multiple births are used, depending on the number of offspring. Common multiples are two and three, known as twins and triplets

Multiple independently targetable reentry vehicle
A multiple independently targetable reentry vehicle warhead is a collection of nuclear weapons carried on a single intercontinental ballistic missile or a submarine-launched ballistic missile . Using a MIRV warhead, a single launched missile can strike several targets, or fewer targets redundantly

Multiple sclerosis
Multiple sclerosis is an inflammatory disease in which the fatty myelin sheaths around the axons of the brain and spinal cord are damaged, leading to demyelination and scarring as well as a broad spectrum of signs and symptoms

Multiple sequence alignment
A multiple sequence alignment is a sequence alignment of three or more biological sequences, generally protein, DNA, or RNA. In many cases, the input set of query sequences are assumed to have an evolutionary relationship by which they share a lineage and are descended from a common ancestor

Multiple unit
The term multiple unit or MU is used to describe a self-propelled carriages capable of coupling with other units of the same or similar type and still being controlled from one driving cab. The term is commonly used to denote passenger trainsets consisting of more than one carriage

Multiple vortex tornado
A multiple-vortex tornado is a tornado that contains several vortices rotating around, inside of, and as part of the main vortex. These multiple vortices are somewhat similar to eyewall mesovortices found in intense tropical cyclones

Multiple-unit train control
Multiple-unit train control, sometimes abbreviated to multiple-unit or MU, is a method of simultaneously controlling all the traction equipment in a train from a single location, whether it is a Multiple unit comprising a number of self-powered passenger cars or a set of locomotives.A set of vehicles under multiple unit control is referred to as a consist in the

Multiplexer
In electronics, a multiplexer is a device that selects one of several analog or digital input signals and forwards the selected input into a single line. A multiplexer of 2n inputs has n select lines, which are used to select which input line to send to the output

Multiplexing
The multiplexed signal is transmitted over a communication channel, which may be a physical transmission medium. The multiplexing divides the capacity of the low-level communication channel into several higher-level logical channels, one for each message signal or data stream to be transferred

Multiplicative group of integers modulo n
In modular arithmetic the set of congruence classes relatively prime to the modulus n form a group under multiplication called the multiplicative group of integers modulo n. It is also called the group of primitive residue classes modulo n. In the theory of rings, a branch of abstract algebra, it is described as the group of units of the ring of integers modulo n

Multiplier (economics)
In economics, the fiscal multiplier is the ratio of a change in national income to the change in government spending that causes it. More generally, the exogenous spending multiplier is the ratio of a change in national income to any autonomous change in spending In economics, the fiscal multiplier is the ratio of a change in national income to the change in government spending that causes it. More generally, the exogenous spending multiplier is the ratio of a change in national income to any autonomous change in spending In economics, the fiscal multiplier is the ratio of a change in national income to the change in government spending that causes it. More generally, the exogenous spending multiplier is the ratio of a change in national income to any autonomous change in spending (private investment spending, consumer spending, government spending, or spending by foreigners on the country's

Multiracial American
Multiracial Americans, US residents who identify themselves as of "two or more races", were numbered at around 9 million, or 2.9% of the population, in the census of 2010. However there is considerable evidence that the real number is far higher. Prior to the mid-20th century many people hid their multiracial heritage

Multiregional origin of modern humans
The multiregional hypothesis is a scientific model that provides an explanation for the pattern of human evolution. The hypothesis holds that humans first arose near the beginning of the Pleistocene two million years ago and subsequent human evolution has been within a single, continuous human species

Multivibrator
A multivibrator is an electronic circuit used to implement a variety of simple two-state systems such as oscillators, timers and flip-flops. It is characterized by two amplifying devices cross-coupled by resistors or capacitors

Multnomah Falls
-External links:* and , from a USFS website* from the Oregon Tourism Commission* , from a Library of Congress website* * * * *

Mulug
Mulug or Mulugu is a Constituncy and a mandal in Warangal district in the state of Andhra Pradesh in India.- Panchayats :The following is the list of village panchayats in Mulugu mandal.1.Pathipally2.Devagiri patnam3.Bandarupally4.Mallampally

Mumbai
Mumbai , formerly known as Bombay in English, is the capital of the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is the most populous city in India, and the fourth most populous city in the world, with a total metropolitan area population of approximately 20.5 million

Mumbai Metro
The Mumbai Metro is a rapid transit system being built in Mumbai, India's largest city. The system is designed to reduce the rapidly-growing city's congestion problems, and will be built in three phases over a 15-year period, with overall completion expected in 2021

Mumbai Police
The Mumbai Police is the police force of the city of Mumbai, India. It has the primary responsibilities of law enforcement and investigation within the limits of Mumbai. The department's motto is ""

Mumbai Suburban Railway
The Mumbai Suburban Railway system, part of the public transport system of Mumbai, is provided for by the state-run Indian Railways' two zonal Western Railways and Central Railways. The system carries more than 6.99 million commuters on a daily basis. It has the highest passenger densities of any urban railway system in the world

Mummy
A mummy is a body, human or animal, whose skin and organs have been preserved by either intentional or incidental exposure to chemicals, extreme coldness , very low humidity, or lack of air when bodies are submerged in bogs, so that the recovered body will not decay further if kept in cool and dry conditions

Mummy Juanita
Momia Juanita , also known as the Inca Ice Maiden and Lady of Ampato, is the well-preserved frozen body of an Incan girl who was killed as an offering to the Inca gods sometime between 1450 and 1480, at approximately 11–15 years old

Mumtaz Mahal
Mumtaz Mahal born as Arjumand Banu Begum was a Mughal Empress and chief consort of emperor Shah Jahan

Munai, Lanao del Norte
Munai is a fifth class municipality in the province of Lanao del Norte, Philippines. According to the 2007 census, it has a population of 20,594 people.-Barangays:Munai is politically subdivided into 26 barangays.* Bacayawan* Balabacun* Balintad

Munchausen syndrome
Münchausen syndrome is a psychiatric factitious disorder wherein those affected feign disease, illness, or psychological trauma to draw attention or sympathy to themselves. It is also sometimes known as hospital addiction syndrome or hospital hopper syndrome

Muncie, Indiana
Muncie is a city in Center Township, Delaware County in east central Indiana, best known as the home of Ball State University and the birthplace of the Ball Corporation. It is the principal city of the Muncie, Indiana, Metropolitan Statistical Area, which has a population of 118,769

Mundari language
The Mundari are a small ethnic group of South Sudan and one of the Nilotic peoples.The group is composed of cattle-herders and agriculturalists and are part of Karo people which also includes Bari, Pojulu, Kakwa, Kuku and Nyangwara

Mundaring Weir
Mundaring Weir is the name of a dam which are located from Perth, Western Australia in the Darling Scarp. It is situated in the Mundaring locality

Munghana Lonene FM
Munghana Lonene FM, or MLFM, is a Tsonga language radio station broadcasting at 88.8-103.2 MHz in South Africa. In English, "Munghana Lonene" means "my true friend." Munghana Lonene FM is geared to listeners who understand Xi-Tsonga-Xinchangana.

Mungo Park (explorer)
Mungo Park was a Scottish explorer of the African continent. He was credited as being the first Westerner to encounter the Niger River.-Early life:

Munhumutapa Empire
The Kingdom of Mutapa, sometimes referred to as the Mutapa Empire was a Shona kingdom which stretched between the Zambezi and Limpopo rivers of southern Africa in the modern states of Zimbabwe and Mozambique

Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation
Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation (MBC (Hangul : 문화방송주식회사, Munhwa Bangsong Jushikoesa) is one of four major national South Korean television and radio networks. Munhwa is the Korean word for "culture". Its flagship terrestrial television station is channel 11 on VHF in Seoul

Munich
Munich The city's motto is "" . Before 2006, it was "Weltstadt mit Herz" . Its native name, , is derived from the Old High German Munichen, meaning "by the monks' place". The city's name derives from the monks of the Benedictine order who founded the city; hence the monk depicted on the city's coat of arms

Munich (film)
Munich is a 2005 historical fiction film about the Israeli government's secret retaliation attacks after the massacre of Israeli athletes by the Black September terrorist group during the 1972 Summer Olympics. The film stars Eric Bana and was produced and directed by Steven Spielberg

Munich International Airport
Munich Airport , is located northeast of Munich, Germany, and is a hub for Lufthansa and Star Alliance partner airlines. It lies nearby the old city of Freising and is named in memory of politician Franz Josef Strauss

Munich massacre
The Munich massacre is an informal name for events that occurred during the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, Bavaria in southern West Germany, when members of the Israeli Olympic team were taken hostage and eventually killed by the Palestinian group Black September. Members of Black September contended that Yasir Arafat's Fatah organization secretly endorsed the operation

Munich Tramway
The Munich tramway is the tramway network for the city of Munich in Germany. Today it is operated by the municipally owned Münchner Verkehrsgesellschaft and is known officially and colloquially as the Tram

Municipal corporation
A municipal corporation is the legal term for a local governing body, including cities, counties, towns, townships, charter townships, villages, and boroughs. Municipal incorporation occurs when such municipalities become self-governing entities under the laws of the state or province in which they are located

Municipal solid waste
Municipal solid waste , commonly known as trash or garbage , refuse or rubbish is a waste type consisting of everyday items we consume and discard. It predominantly includes food wastes, yard wastes, containers and product packaging, and other miscellaneous inorganic wastes from residential, commercial, institutional, and industrial sources

Municipal Stadium (Kansas City)
Kansas City Municipal Stadium was a baseball and football stadium that formerly stood in Kansas City, Missouri. It hosted the minor league Kansas City Blues of the American Association from 1923 to 1954 and the Kansas City Monarchs of the Negro Leagues during the same period

Municipalities of Angola
The following is the list of municipalities of Angola, grouped by province.Angola contains 18 províncias which are divided into 163 municípios .

Municipalities of Nuevo León
The Mexican state of Nuevo León is divided into 51 municipalities, which take their names from their municipal seats. The most populous one is Monterrey, which also serves as the capital of the state

Municipalities of the Netherlands
|All provinces of the Netherlands are divided into municipalities , together 418 , excl. the 3 "special municipalities" of the Caribbean Netherlands.Among the municipalities we can distinguish:

Municipalities of Zimbabwe
|The Districts of Zimbabwe are divided into 1,200 municipal wards. The wards are listed below, by district:-Beitbridge:*Beitbridge*Chipise*Dendele*Dite Ii*Machuchuta*Maramani*Masera*Mtetengwe I*Mtetengwe Ii*Mtetengwe Iii*Siyoka I*Siyoka Ii

Munshi Premchand
Munshi Premchand , was a famous writer of modern Hindi-Urdu literature. He is generally recognized in India as the foremost Hindi-Urdu writer of the early twentieth century

Munster, Indiana
Munster is a town located in North Township, Lake County, in Northwest Indiana in the United States. This bedroom community lies in the Chicago metropolitan area, approximately southeast of the Chicago Loop, and shares municipal boundaries with Hammond to the north, Highland to the east, Dyer and Schererville to the south, and Lansing and Lynwood directly west of the Illinois border

Muntingia calabura
Muntingia calabura, the sole species in the genus Muntingia, is a flowering plant native to southern Mexico, the Caribbean, Central America, and western South America south to Peru and Bolivia

Mura (Japanese term)
Mura is traditional general Japanese term for unevenness, irregularity or inconsistency in physical matter or human spiritual condition. It is also a key concept in performance improvement systems such as the Toyota Production System. Mura is one of the three types of waste . Waste reduction is an effective way to increase profitability

Murad I
Murad I was the Sultan of the Ottoman Empire, from 1361 to 1389

Mural
A mural is any piece of artwork painted or applied directly on a wall, ceiling or other large permanent surface. A particularly distinguishing characteristic of mural painting is that the architectural elements of the given space are harmoniously incorporated into the picture.-History:Murals of sorts date to Upper Paleolithic times such as the paintings in the Chauvet Cave in Ardèche

Murano glass
Murano glass is a famous product of the Venetian island of Murano. Located off the shore of Venice, Italy, Murano has been a commercial port as far back as the 7th century. By the 10th century, the city had become well known for its glassmakers, who created unique Murano glass

Murashige and Skoog medium
Murashige and Skoog medium or is a plant growth medium used in the laboratories for cultivation of plant cell culture. MSO was invented by plant scientists Toshio Murashige and Folke K. Skoog in 1962 during Murashige's search for a new plant growth regulator

Murchison Falls
Murchison Falls, also known as Kabarega Falls, is a waterfall on the Nile. It breaks the Victoria Nile, which flows across northern Uganda from Lake Victoria to Lake Kyoga and then to the north end of Lake Albert in the western branch of the East African Rift.

Murcia, Negros Occidental
Murcia is a 1st class municipality in the province of Negros Occidental, Philippines. According to the August 1, 2007 census, it has a population of 71,289 people.-Culture and economy:

Murder
Murder is the unlawful killing, with malice aforethought, of another human being, and generally this state of mind distinguishes murder from other forms of unlawful homicide

Murder in the Cathedral
Murder in the Cathedral is a verse drama by T. S. Eliot that portrays the assassination of Archbishop Thomas Becket in Canterbury Cathedral in 1170, first performed in 1935

Murder on the Orient Express
Murder on the Orient Express is a work of detective fiction by Agatha Christie featuring the Belgian detective Hercule Poirot.It was first published in the United Kingdom by the Collins Crime Club on January 1, 1934 and in the US by Dodd, Mead and Company later in the same year under the title of Murder in the Calais Coach

Murdoch University
Murdoch University is a public university based in Perth, Australia. It began operations as the state's second university in 1973, and accepted its first students in 1975

Murexide
Murexide , also called ammonium purpurate or MX, is the ammonium salt of purpuric acid. It may be prepared by heating alloxantin in ammonia gas to 100 °C, or by boiling uramil with mercury oxide. W.N

Murinae
The Old World rats and mice, part of the subfamily Murinae in the family Muridae, comprise at least 519 species. This subfamily is larger than all mammal families except the Cricetidae and Muridae, and is larger than all mammal orders except the bats and the remainder of the rodents.-Description:The Murinae are native to Africa, Europe, Asia, and Australia

Murmansk
Murmansk is a city and the administrative center of Murmansk Oblast, Russia. It serves as a seaport and is located in the extreme northwest part of Russia, on the Kola Bay, from the Barents Sea on the northern shore of the Kola Peninsula, not far from Russia's borders with Norway and Finland

Muroidea
Muroidea is a large superfamily of rodents. It includes hamsters, gerbils, true mice and rats, and many other relatives. They occupy a vast variety of habitats on every continent except Antarctica. Some authorities have placed all members of this group into a single family, Muridae, due to difficulties in determining how the subfamilies are related to one another

Murphy's law
Murphy's law is an adage or epigram that is typically stated as: "Anything that can go wrong will go wrong". - History :The perceived perversity of the universe has long been a subject of comment, and precursors to the modern version of Murphy's law are not hard to find. Recent significant research in this area has been conducted by members of the American Dialect Society