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Heist (2008 comedy)
Heist is a one-off 2008 television comedy-drama, written by Peter Harness and directed by Justin Hardy. It was completed at the end of 2006 and first broadcast on 23 April 2008 on BBC Four as part of its Medieval season

Heist (video game)
Heist is a cancelled video game that was under development by inXile Entertainment and would have been published by Codemasters for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360

Heiwa, the Japanese word for peace, may refer to:*Heiwa, Aichi, a town in the Aichi Prefecture, Japan*Heiwa , an album by jazz fusion band Greetings From Mercury*Heiwa Corporation, a Japanese manufacturer of pachinko machines

al-Hejaz, also Hijaz is a region in the west of present-day Saudi Arabia. Defined primarily by its western border on the Red Sea, it extends from Haql on the Gulf of Aqaba to Jizan. Its main city is Jeddah, but it is probably better known for the Islamic holy cities of Mecca and Medina

Hektor (disambiguation)
Hektor is a Trojan prince in Greek mythology.Hektor may also refer to:* 624 Hektor, the largest of the Jovian Trojan asteroids* Hektor , a photographic lens design* HECToR, Cray supercomputer located in Britain.

Hel may refer to:* Hel , a location in Norse mythology* Hel , ruler of Hel, the location* Hel , a Swedish Viking rock band* Hel, Poland, a town on the Polish Baltic coast* Hel Peninsula, the peninsula on which the town is situated

Hel may refer to:* Hel , a location in Norse mythology* Hel , ruler of Hel, the location* Hel , a Swedish Viking rock band* Hel, Poland, a town on the Polish Baltic coast* Hel Peninsula, the peninsula on which the town is situated

Hel (band)
Hel is a Swedish vikingarock band, based in Eskilstuna, Södermanland. The band's name is derived from the Norse goddess Hel.- History :Hel formed in 1999 following the disintegration of Völund Smed, three of the Hel's five members having previously played in that band

Hela can stand for:* Hela, an ancient name for Sri Lanka* Hela , a name for the Sinhala people of Sri Lanka* Hela a Hindu caste found in North India* HeLa cells derived from Henrietta Lacks

A HeLa cell is a cell type in an immortal cell line used in scientific research. It is the oldest and most commonly used human cell line. The line was derived from cervical cancer cells taken on February 8, 1951 from Henrietta Lacks, a patient who eventually died of her cancer on October 4, 1951

Helado is a Spanish word for ice cream.Helado may also refer to:*Helados EFE, C.A., an ice cream company that is a subsidiary of Empresas Polar

-People:* Al Held , U.S. abstract expressionist painter.* Anna Held , Polish stage performer* Bud Held , U.S. athlete who competed primarily in the javelin.* Candice Held , Los Angeles based women's clothing designer

Helden (disambiguation)
Helden may refer to:* Helden, a municipality and a town in the Netherlands* "Helden", the German version of David Bowie's song "Heroes"* Helden , a 1980s electronic New Wave band* Wir sind Helden, a German band sometimes referred to as Helden

Helen (disambiguation)
Helen may refer to:* Helen of Troy, from Greek mythology* Helen * Helen , a play by Euripides* Helen , a fictional supporting character in Christopher Paolini's Inheritance trilogy

Helen (given name)
Helen is a feminine given name derived from the Greek Ἑλένη Helene, meaning "torch" or "corposant." Another possible derivation is the Greek σελήνη or Selene, meaning "moon." Helen of Troy is a character in Greek mythology

-First name:*Helena , Roman mother of Emperor Constantine*Helena, wife of Julian , Roman daughter of Emperor Constantine*Helena

Helena (novel)
Helena is a novel written by the Brazilian writer Machado de Assis. It was first published in 1876.-Plot summary:The novel opens with the family of Éstacio, whose father, Conselheiro Vale, has just died. In his will, the Conselheiro has recognized a natural daughter, previously unknown to both Éstacio and his aunt Dona Úrsula, with whom he shares the family home

Helge or Helgi may refer to:* Helge , a given name* Helge, city a.k.a. Germanicopolis Characters of fiction and legend:* Helgi Hjörvarðsson* Helgi Hundingsbane* Helgi Haddingjaskati* Helgi the Sharp

Mount Helicon is a mountain in the region of Thespiai in Boeotia, Greece, celebrated in Greek mythology. With an elevation of , it is located just off the Gulf of Corinth.-Greek mythology:

Helicon (musical instrument)
The helicon is a brass musical instrument in the tuba family. Most are BB basses, but they also commonly exist in EE, F, and tenor sizes, as well as other types to a lesser extent.

Helimagnetism is an incommensurate form of magnetic ordering that results from the competition between Ferromagnetic and Antiferromagnetic exchange interactions, and is typically only observed at liquid helium temperatures. Spins of neighbouring magnetic moments arrange themselves in a spiral or helical pattern, with a characteristic turn angle of somewhere between 0 and 180 degrees

A heliograph is a wireless solar telegraph that signals by flashes of sunlight reflected by a mirror. The flashes are produced by momentarily pivoting the mirror, or by interrupting the beam with a shutter

Heliography is the photographic process invented by Joseph Nicéphore Niépce around 1822, which he used to make the earliest known permanent photograph from nature, View from the Window at Le Gras . The process used bitumen , as a coating on glass or metal, which hardened in relation to exposure to light

Heliometer is an instrument originally designed for measuring the variation of the sun's diameter at different seasons of the year, but applied now to the modern form of the instrument which is capable of much wider use.

Helion (chemistry)
A helion is a short name for the naked nucleus of helium, a doubly positively charged helium ion. In practice, helion refers to the stable helium-3 nucleus, in opposition to the other stable nucleus helium-4, which is usually referred to as an alpha particle

Helion (meteoroid)
A Helion meteoroid is a meteoroid that arrives from the approximate direction of the Sun. They are thought to originate as debris from sun-grazing comets.-References:*, Science@NASA, August 27, 2007.

Helion (publisher)
Helion is a Polish publisher. Created in 1991, it is the self-claimed "leading publisher of computer books in Poland."The long-term development strategy of Helion SA Publishing Group consists in creating brand priority in different segments of the book market and building a community of loyal customers

Heliopolis (novel)
Heliopolis is an utopistic or dystopian novel by Ernst Jünger published in 1949. In the fictional city of Heliopolis the henchmen of a Proconsul and a Landvogt fight each other. Commander Lucius de Geer belongs to the staff of the Proconsul, but he stands more and more aloof these inner fights. Finally he leaves Heliopolis

Helios was the personification of the Sun in Greek mythology. Homer often calls him simply Titan or Hyperion, while Hesiod and the Homeric Hymn separate him as a son of the Titans Hyperion and Theia or Euryphaessa and brother of the goddesses Selene, the moon, and Eos, the dawn

HeliOS was a Unix-like operating system for parallel computers developed and sold by Perihelion Software. It was most commonly used on various Transputer systems, but also supported other architectures. The system provided a micro-kernel that implemented a distributed name space and messaging protocol, through which services were accessed

Helios (lens brand)
Helios was a brand of camera lenses, made in the USSR. They were usually supplied with Zenit cameras and thus usable with other M42 lens mount cameras such as the Pentax Spotmatic. Some later Helios models were built also for the Pentax K mount.

Heliotrope may refer to:Natural science* Heliotropium, a genus of flowering plants* A plant that exhibits heliotropism, diurnal motion in response to the sun's movement* Heliotrope Media and entertainment

Heliotropism is the diurnal motion of plant parts in response to the direction of the sun.It is found in some members of family Malvacea e.g Malva or Lavetara

Helium (album)
Helium is the best-selling debut album by UK electronica duo Urban Myth Club.-Track listing:# "e=umc²" 0:47# "I Feel It" 4:05# "Calling" 7:07# "Schnorkle" 3:27

Helium (Haskell)
Helium is a compiler and a dialect of the functional programming language Haskell. It has been designed to make learning Haskell easier by giving clearer error messages

Helium dating
Helium dating may refer to the traditional uranium-thorium dating or uranium-thorium/helium dating.A relatively new dating method, tritium-helium dating has been developed for determining rates of oxygen utilization in the ocean.

Helix (newspaper)
The Helix was the first underground newspaper in Seattle, Washington, founded and edited by Paul Dorpat; among its writers were Tom Robbins, later known as a novelist, and Walt Crowley, who served as a cartoonist, writer, and editor.

Helix (video game)
Helix is a music video game for WiiWare by Ghostfire Games for 1000 Wii Points . The objective of the game is to accurately copy gestures with the Wii Remote to the beat of the music

Hell (album)
Hell is a double album by soul artist James Brown. It was released as a double-LP in 1974.-Track listing:

Hell (Bosch)
Hell is a Hieronymus Bosch painting made after 1490. It is currently in the Palazzo Ducale, in Venice, Italy. This painting is part of a series of four, the others are Ascent of the Blessed, Terrestrial Paradise and Fall of the Damned. In this panel it shows the punishment of the wicked with diverse kinds of torture laid out by demons.

Hell (Father Ted)
"Hell" is the first episode of the second series of Channel 4 sitcom Father Ted, and the only episode that is longer than the other episodes and the 7th episode overall

Hell (novel)
Hell is a 1908 novel by Henri Barbusse, in which the unnamed narrator peers into a hole in the wall of his hotel room. From the other side, he witnesses lesbianism, adultery, incest, and death. It is only when he feels he has uncovered all the secrets of life that he decides to leave the room for good

Hell (Venom album)
A limited edition digipack version also includes live versions of "Burn in Hell" and "In League with Satan" from the 2007 Scandinavian tour.-Credits:*Cronos – Vocals, Bass guitar*La Rage – Guitar*Antton – Drums

Hell No
Hell No may refer to:* "Hell No!", a 2005 single by Australian pop singer Ricki Lee Coulter* "Hell No ", a 2007 single by American R&B singer Monica* "Hell No", a bonus track by The Hives on The Black and White Album, 2007

Hell No (Leave Home)
"Hell No " is a song by American singer Monica. It was written by Bryan Michael Cox, Sean Garrett, and Carl Mitchell and co-produced by Cox and Garrett, and features guest vocals by rapper Twista for her fourth studio album The Makings of Me

Hell on Earth (book series)
"Hell on Earth" is the dark paranormal series by Jackie Kessler. It focuses on the former succubus Jezebel, now the mortal Jesse Harris, as she tries to avoid her Hellish past and learn how to be truly human. Hell, however, wants Jesse back, which is really putting a crimp on her human life.Books/Stories in the Hell on Earth series :1

Hell Yeah (Rev Theory song)
"Hell Yeah" is the title of a song recorded by American hard rock band Rev Theory. It was released in March 2008 as the second sinlge from their 2008 album, Light It Up

Hell Yeah (song)
"Hell Yeah" is the title of a song written by Jeffrey Steele and Craig Wiseman, and recorded by American country music duo Montgomery Gentry. It was released in July 2003 as the third and final single from their 2002 album My Town. It peaked at number 4 on the U.S

Hell Yes (Alkaline Trio song)
"Hell Yes" is a song by the Chicago-based punk rock band Alkaline Trio, released as a single in 2001 through Lookout! Records. Both tracks of the single, "Hell Yes" and "My Standard Break from Life", were recorded in 2000 at Pachyderm Studio in Cannon Falls, Minnesota during sessions for the band's 2001 album From Here to Infirmary

Hell Yes (song)
"Hell Yes" is a song by Beck, released as the third and final single from his 2005 album Guero. A remix version by 8-Bit entitled "Ghettochip Malfunction " appears on the Hell Yes EP and Guerolito and was released as a single.

Hell's Bells (play)
Hell's Bells is a comedy play in three acts written by Barry Conners. It was first produced on the Broadway stage at the Wallack's Theatre, opening January 26, 1925, and ran for 120 performances.

Hell's Kitchen (1939 film)
Hell's Kitchen is a 1939 Warner Bros. film starring Ronald Reagan and The Dead End Kids.-Plot:Buck Caesar is a paroled convict who makes a contribution to a reform school on the advice of his nephew, Jim Donahue , a lawyer

Hell's Kitchen (1998 film)
Hell's Kitchen is a 1998 film starring Rosanna Arquette, William Forsythe, Angelina Jolie, Mekhi Phifer, and Johnny Whitworth. The film was written and directed by Tony Cinciripini

Hell's Kitchen (Andre Nickatina album)
Hell's Kitchen is the ninth album by rapper, Andre Nickatina. It was released on January 15, 2002 for Million Dollar Dream and was produced by Andre Nickatina, Nick Peace, Juilan Piccolo, Smoov-E, Reggie Smith and Black Diamond

Hell's Kitchen (Maxim album)
Hell's Kitchen is the debut album from Maxim Reality of The Prodigy. The album is somewhat different from his previous works with The Prodigy, as it features styles varying from Trip hop, RnB and UK garage

Hell's Kitchen (U.S. season 1)
This article contains contestant information and episode summaries from Season 1 of the American competitive reality television series Hell's Kitchen

Hell's Kitchen (U.S. season 2)
This article contains contestant information and episode summaries from Season 2 of the American competitive reality television series Hell's Kitchen.

Hell's Kitchen (U.S. season 3)
This article contains contestant information and episode summaries from Season 3 of the American competitive reality television series Hell's Kitchen

Hell's Kitchen (U.S. season 4)
Season 4 of the American competitive reality television series Hell's Kitchen began airing on the Fox Network starting on April 1, 2008. The show was originally planned to air later in the season, but instead was aired as a replacement for shows that were affected by the 2007–2008 Writers Guild of America strike.Culinary Student Christina Machamer, won the season and was awarded a

Hell's Kitchen (U.S.)
Hell's Kitchen is an American reality-television cooking competition broadcast on Fox

"Hell-Fire" is a science fiction short story by American writer Isaac Asimov, originally published in the May 1956 issue of Fantastic Universe and reprinted in the 1957 collection Earth Is Room Enough

Hella (word)
Hella is a word associated with Northern California used throughout the United States and Canada. It is a contraction of the phrase "hell of a" or "hell of a lot [of]".

Hellas (poem)
Hellas is a verse drama by Percy Bysshe Shelley, written in 1821 and published in 1822 by Charles and James Ollier in London. Shelley wrote it while living in Pisa, with a view to raising money for the Greek War of Independence

HellBent (novel)
HellBent is a book by Anthony McGowan, published in 2005. It tells the story of Connor O'Neil and his dog, who are killed by an ice cream truck and sent to hell. It was received very well, despite being called "Down-right disgusting just for the sake of it".- Plot summary:Sixteen-year-old Connor is on his way home from school when he is run down by an ice-cream truck

Hellbound (Torture Squad album)
Hellbound is a fifth studio album by Brazilian Death/Thrash metal act Torture Squad, released on April 25, 2008 by Wacken Records.- Background :

Mustafa Kemal Atatürk
Mustafa Kemal Atatürk was an Ottoman and Turkish army officer, revolutionary statesman, writer, and the first President of Turkey. He is credited with being the founder of the Republic of Turkey.

Mustafa Lutfi al-Manfaluti
Mustafa Lutfi el-Manfaluti was an Egyptian writer and poet who was born in the Upper Egyptian city of Manfalut to an Arab father and a Turkish mother.

Mustansar Hussain Tarar
Mustansar Hussain Tarar is a Pakistani author, actor, former radio show host, compere and enthusiast. Having made a name for himself by taking the mantle in Pakistan's mountaineering community, Mustansar Hussain is widely recognized as one of the most famous and well known personalities in both Pakistan and the rest of the world

Mustard plant
Mustards are several plant species in the genera Brassica and Sinapis whose small mustard seeds are used as a spice and, by grinding and mixing them with water, vinegar or other liquids, are turned into the condiment known as mustard or prepared mustard

In genetics, a mutagen is a physical or chemical agent that changes the genetic material, usually DNA, of an organism and thus increases the frequency of mutations above the natural background level. As many mutations cause cancer, mutagens are therefore also likely to be carcinogens

Mutaib bin Abdullah
*Seba*Nouf*Abdullah*Zeina*Saad*KhalidPrince Mutaib bin Abdullah bin Abdul-Aziz Al-Saud is the Commander of the Saudi National Guard since 2010. He is also a state minister. He is a son of King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia.

Mutarotation is the change in the optical rotation that occurs by epimerization

In molecular biology and genetics, mutations are changes in a genomic sequence: the DNA sequence of a cell's genome or the DNA or RNA sequence of a virus. They can be defined as sudden and spontaneous changes in the cell. Mutations are caused by radiation, viruses, transposons and mutagenic chemicals, as well as errors that occur during meiosis or DNA replication

Mute Swan
The Mute Swan is a species of swan, and thus a member of the duck, goose and swan family Anatidae. It is native to much of Europe and Asia, and the far north of Africa. It is also an introduced species in North America, Australasia and southern Africa. The name 'mute' derives from it being less vocal than other swan species

Muteesa I of Buganda
Muteesa I Mukaabya Walugembe Kayiira was Kabaka of the Kingdom of Buganda, from 1856 until 1884. He was the thirtieth Kabaka of Buganda.-Claim to the throne:

Mutesa II of Buganda
Major General Sir Edward Frederick William David Walugembe Mutebi Luwangula Mutesa II KBE , was Kabaka of the Kingdom of Buganda from November 22, 1939 until his death. He was the thirty-fifth Kabaka of Buganda and the first President of Uganda

Sree Muthappan is a folk Hindu deity commonly worshiped in North Malabar region of Kerala State, South India. Muthappan and Thiruvappan,as a process of sanskrisation,he is being considered to be a manifestation of Shiva and Vishnu

Muthappan temple
Muthappan Temple is located in the Kannur District of North Malabar region in Kerala state, South India, on the banks of the Valapattam river. It is dedicated to Sree Muthappan, the most popular local deity.-A Story of Muthappan Relating to the Temple:

Mutiny on the Bounty
The mutiny on the Bounty was a mutiny that occurred aboard the British Royal Navy ship HMS Bounty on 28 April 1789, and has been commemorated by several books, films, and popular songs, many of which take considerable liberties with the facts. The mutiny was led by Fletcher Christian against the commanding officer, William Bligh

Muttahida Qaumi Movement
Muttahida Qaumi Movement generally known as MQM, is a liberal-secular political party of Pakistan. It is generally known as a party which holds immense mobilizing potential in province of Sindh

Mutual Broadcasting System
The Mutual Broadcasting System was an American radio network, in operation from 1934 to 1999. In the golden age of U.S. radio drama, MBS was best known as the original network home of The Lone Ranger and The Adventures of Superman and as the long-time radio residence of The Shadow

Mutual UFO Network
The Mutual UFO Network is an American non-profit organization that investigates cases of reported UFO sightings. It is one of the oldest and largest UFO-investigative organizations in the United States.

Mutualism is the way two organisms of different species biologically interact in a relationship in which each individual derives a fitness benefit . Similar interactions within a species are known as co-operation

Muvattupuzha is a municipality in Ernakulam district in the Indian state of Kerala. It is a junction of three districts namely Ernakulam, Kottayam and Idukki. The town is bordered by Kottayam district on southern side and Idukki district on eastern side approximately 20 km from the town

Muzak Holdings LLC is a company based in metro Fort Mill, South Carolina, United States, just outside of Charlotte, North Carolina. Founded in 1934, Muzak Holdings is best known for distribution of background music to retail stores and other companies.

Muzzle-loading rifles
A muzzle-loading rifle is a gun in which the projectile and propelling charge is loaded through the muzzle , in contrast to a breech loading rifle, and "rifling" grooves cut on the inside of the barrel cause the projectile to spin rapidly in flight, giving it greater stability and hence range and accuracy than smoothebore guns

A muzzleloader is any firearm into which the projectile and usually the propellant charge is loaded from the muzzle of the gun . This is distinct from the more popular modern designs of breech-loading firearms

MV Brisbane Star
MV Brisbane Star was a refrigerated cargo liner built by Cammell Laird & Company Ltd. Shipyards in Birkenhead, United Kingdom for Union Cold Storage and launched in 1937

MV Doña Paz
The MV Doña Paz was a Philippine-registered passenger ferry that sank after colliding with the on December 20, 1987. With a death toll of at most 4,375 people, the collision resulted in the deadliest ferry disaster in history

MV George Prince ferry disaster
The MV George Prince ferry disaster was a nautical disaster that occurred in the Mississippi River in Louisiana, United States, on the morning of . The ferry George Prince was struck by the Norwegian tanker SS Frosta, which was traveling upriver

MV Liemba
The MV Liemba, formerly the Graf von Götzen, is a passenger and cargo ferry that runs along the eastern shore of Lake Tanganyika

MV Stirling Castle
RMMV Stirling Castle was an ocean liner of the Union-Castle Line in service from the 1930s to the 1960s, primarily on the Southampton to Cape Town route.

MVP Baseball 2005
MVP Baseball 2005 is a baseball video game developed and published by Electronic Arts. It features former Boston Red Sox left fielder Manny Ramirez on its game cover. The game features full Major League Baseball, Minor League Baseball, and Major League Baseball Players Association licenses. It holds the 98th spot on IGN's reader's choice top 100 games ever as of 2006

Mwanga (ethnic group)
Winamwanga are found in northern Zambia and southwestern Tanzania. They speak Nyamwanga or Chinamwanga. In 1993 the Mwanga population was estimated to number 256,000, with 169,000 living in Zambia and 87,000 in Tanzania .

Mwanga District
Mwanga is one of the six districts of the Kilimanjaro Region of Tanzania. It is bordered to the northeast by Kenya, to the northwest by the Moshi Rural District, to the west by the Moshi Urban District, to the southwest by the Manyara Region, and to the south by the Same District.According to the 2002 Tanzania National Census, the population of the Mwanga District was 115,620

Mwanga II of Buganda
Danieri Basammula-Ekkere Mwanga II Mukasa was Kabaka from 1884 until 1888 and from 1889 until 1897. He was the thirty-first Kabaka of Buganda.-Claim to the throne:

Mwanza is a mid-sized port city on the southern shores of Lake Victoria in northwestern Tanzania. With an urban population of 1.2 million and a metropolitan population of 2 million, it is Tanzania's second largest city, following Dar es Salaam and ahead of other major Tanzanian cities of Arusha, Mbeya and Tanga

Mwanza Region
Mwanza Region is one of the regions of Tanzania. Its capital is Mwanza, which is also Tanzania's second city.The neighbouring regions are Kagera to the west, Shinyanga to the south, and Mara to the east

MXit is a free instant messaging application developed by MXit Lifestyle Ltd. in South Africa that runs on multiple mobile and computing platforms

My Ántonia
My Ántonia |accent]] on the first syllable of "Ántonia"), first published 1918, is considered one of the greatest novels by American writer Willa Cather

My Big Fat Greek Wedding
My Big Fat Greek Wedding is a 2002 Canadian and American romantic comedy film written by and starring Nia Vardalos and directed by Joel Zwick. The film is centered on Fotoula "Toula" Portokalos , a middle class Greek American woman who falls in love with a non-Greek upper middle class "White Anglo-Saxon Protestant" Ian Miller

My Brother Sam Is Dead
My Brother Sam Is Dead is a young adult historical fiction novel by James Lincoln Collier and Christopher Collier. The book realistically depicts what happened in the American Revolution

My Cousin Vinny
My Cousin Vinny is a 1992 American comedy film written and produced by Dale Launer, directed by Jonathan Lynn and starring Joe Pesci, Ralph Macchio, Marisa Tomei, Mitchell Whitfield, Lane Smith, Bruce McGill and Fred Gwynne

My Friend Flicka
My Friend Flicka is a 1941 novel by Mary O'Hara, about Ken McLaughlin, the son of a Wyoming rancher, and his horse Flicka. It was the first in a trilogy, followed by Thunderhead and Green Grass of Wyoming . The popular 1943 film version featured a young Roddy McDowall

My Left Foot (film)
My Left Foot: The Story of Christy Brown is a 1989 drama film directed by Jim Sheridan and starring Daniel Day-Lewis. It tells the true story of Christy Brown, an Irishman born with cerebral palsy, who could control only his left foot. Christy Brown grew up in a poor, working class family, and became a writer and artist

My Life as a Dog
My Life as a Dog is a 1985 Swedish drama film directed by Lasse Hallström, based on a novel by Reidar Jönsson. It tells the story of Ingemar, a young boy sent to live with relatives

My Little Pony
My Little Pony is a brand of toy ponies marketed primarily to girls produced by the toy manufacturer Hasbro. These ponies can be identified by their colorful bodies and manes and a unique symbol on one or both sides of their flanks

My Name is Bill W.
My Name Is Bill W. is a 1989 CBS Hallmark Hall of Fame television movie directed by Daniel Petrie, starring James Woods, JoBeth Williams and James Garner. William G. Borchert, who wrote the film for television, based it on the true story of William Griffith Wilson and Dr. Robert Holbrook Smith, M.D.My Name Is Bill W. is a 1989 CBS Hallmark Hall of Fame television movie directed by Daniel Petrie, starring James Woods, JoBeth Williams and James Garner. William G. Borchert, who wrote the film for television, based it on the true story of William Griffith Wilson and Dr. Robert Holbrook Smith, M.D.My Name Is Bill W. is a 1989 CBS Hallmark Hall of Fame television movie directed by Daniel Petrie, starring James Woods, JoBeth Williams and James Garner. William G. Borchert, who wrote the film for television, based it on the true story of William Griffith Wilson and Dr. Robert Holbrook Smith, M.D.(the men respectively called "Bill W." and "Dr

My Name Is Earl
My Name Is Earl is an American television comedy series created by Greg Garcia that was originally broadcast on the NBC television network from September 20, 2005, to May 14, 2009, in the United States

My Old Kentucky Home
"My Old Kentucky Home" is a minstrel song by Stephen Foster , probably composed in 1852. It was published as "My Old Kentucky Home, Good Night" in January 1853 by Firth, Pond, & Co. of New York

My Three Sons
My Three Sons is an American situation comedy. The series ran from 1960 to 1965 on ABC, and moved to CBS until its end on August 24, 1972. My Three Sons chronicles the life of a widower and aeronautical engineer named Steven Douglas , raising his three sons.The series was a cornerstone of the CBS lineup in the 1960s

Myall Creek massacre
Myall Creek Massacre involved the killing of up to 30 unarmed Australian Aborigines by European settlers on 10 June 1838 at the Myall Creek near Bingara in northern New South Wales

Burma , officially the Republic of the Union of Myanmar , is a country in Southeast Asia. Burma is bordered by China on the northeast, Laos on the east, Thailand on the southeast, Bangladesh on the west, India on the northwest, the Bay of Bengal to the southwest, and the Andaman Sea on the south. One-third of Burma's total perimeter of forms an uninterrupted coastline

Myanmar Maritime University
Myanmar Maritime University , located in Thanlyin in the outskirts of Yangon, is the premier university of maritime education in Myanmar. MMU, administered by the Ministry of Transportation, offers five-year bachelor's degree programs and two-year post-graduate diplomas in various marine and naval disciplines

My Book is a series of external hard drives produced by Western Digital. There are currently nine series of My Book drives; Essential Edition, Home Edition, Office Edition, Mirror Edition, Studio Edition, Premium Edition, Elite Edition, Pro Edition and the World Edition.My Book drives are designed to look like a standard black hardback book, with the

Mycenaean Greece
Mycenaean Greece was a cultural period of Bronze Age Greece taking its name from the archaeological site of Mycenae in northeastern Argolis, in the Peloponnese of southern Greece. Athens, Pylos, Thebes, and Tiryns are also important Mycenaean sites

Mycobacterium is a genus of Actinobacteria, given its own family, the Mycobacteriaceae. The genus includes pathogens known to cause serious diseases in mammals, including tuberculosis and leprosy

Mycobacterium avium complex
Mycobacterium avium complex is a group of genetically related bacteria belonging to the genus Mycobacterium. It includes Mycobacterium avium and Mycobacterium intracellulare.

Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis
Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis is an obligate pathogenic bacterium in the genus Mycobacterium. It is often abbreviated M. paratuberculosis or M. avium ssp. paratuberculosis. It is the causative agent of Johne's disease, which affects ruminants such as cattle, and also perhaps the human disease Crohn's disease

Mycobacterium avium-intracellulare infection
Mycobacterium avium-intracellulare is an atypical mycobacterial infection which can occur in the later stages of AIDS. It can also affect people who do not have AIDS and usually first presents as a persistent cough. Additionally, cases in elderly men have increased recently

Mycobacterium kansasii
Mycobacterium kansasii is a bacterium in the Mycobacterium family. The genus includes species known to cause serious diseases in mammals, including tuberculosis and leprosy, but this species is generally not dangerous to healthy people.

Mycobacterium tuberculosis
Mycobacterium tuberculosis is a pathogenic bacterial species in the genus Mycobacterium and the causative agent of most cases of tuberculosis . First discovered in 1882 by Robert Koch, M

Mycolic acid
Mycolic acids are long fatty acids found in the cell walls of the mycolata taxon, a group of bacteria that includes Mycobacterium tuberculosis, the causative agent of the disease tuberculosis. They form the major component of the cell wall of mycolata species

A mycorrhiza is a symbiotic association between a fungus and the roots of a vascular plant.

Myelin is a dielectric material that forms a layer, the myelin sheath, usually around only the axon of a neuron. It is essential for the proper functioning of the nervous system. Myelin is an outgrowth of a type of glial cell. The production of the myelin sheath is called myelination

Myeloperoxidase is a peroxidase enzyme that in humans is encoded by the MPO gene. Myeloperoxidase is most abundantly expressed in neutrophil granulocytes . It is a lysosomal protein stored in azurophilic granules of the neutrophil

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator assessment is a psychometric questionnaire designed to measure psychological preferences in how people perceive the world and make decisions

MyKad is the compulsory identity document for Malaysian citizens aged 12 and above. Introduced by the National Registration Department of Malaysia on 5 September 2001 as one of four MSC Malaysia flagship applications and a replacement for the High Quality Identity Card , Malaysia became the first country in the world to use an identification

myki is the contactless smartcard ticketing system being introduced on public transport in Victoria, Australia. myki is designed to replace a number of ticket systems in Victoria, primarily the Metcard and V/Line ticketing systems

Mylara Lingeshwara Temple at Mylara
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