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Helle (Gulpen-Wittem)
Helle is a hamlet in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Gulpen-Wittem, about 1 km south of the village of Mechelen.

Hellebore
Commonly known as hellebores, members of the genus Helleborus comprise approximately 20 species of herbaceous perennial flowering plants in the family Ranunculaceae, within which it gave its name to the tribe of Helleboreae

Hellenic
Hellenic is a synonym for Greek and may refer to:* Hellenic languages* Hellenic Airlines* Hellenic College, a liberal arts college in Brookline, Massachusetts* Hellenic College of London* Hellenic FC, a football club in South Africa

Hellenism
Hellenism may refer to:*Hellenic studies*Hellenistic civilization*Hellenistic period, in Greek antiquity*Hellenistic Greece*Hellenization, the spread of Greek culture over foreign peoples*Hellenistic philosophy in the Hellenistic period and late antiquity

Hellenism (Academia)
Academics who study ancient or modern Greece may be referred to as Hellenists, and thus the study of Greece may be referred to as Hellenism. This should not be confused with the use of Hellenism to mean the spread of Greek culture, nor to describe the neoclassic Hellenism movement.

Heller (surname)
Heller is a surname, and may refer to:* Ágnes Heller, Hungarian philosopher* Amos Arthur Heller, American botanist* André Heller, Austrian artist, musician, entertainer* André Heller , Brazilian volleyball player

Hellfire
Hellfire may refer to:* The fires of Hell or lake of fire, terms used to describe Hell-In music:* "Hell Fire" a heavy metal/speed metal band Formed by Tony Campos in the spring of 2010. Hell Fire taking it back to influences such as Iron Maiden, Helloween, Metallica, Angel Witch, Overkill etc

Hellfire (album)
Hellfire is the fourth studio album by Norwegian black metal band 1349, released on October 24, 2005.The album's closer and title track was intentionally written and recorded to be 13:49 in length.

Hellfire (comics)
Hellfire, in comics, may refer to:*Hellfire, a member of the Elementals*Hellfire , the grandson of the Phantom Rider and a member of the Secret Warriors*Hellfire, the alter ego of Mikal Drakonmegas who has appeared in Terror Inc.

Hellfire (song)
"Hellfire" is a song from Disney's 1996 animated feature The Hunchback of Notre Dame. The song is sung by the film's antagonist, Judge Claude Frollo, who is voiced by the late Tony Jay. It begins in Bb major, before turning to its relative minor G

Hellfire (video game)
is a horizontally scrolling shooter, developed by Toaplan and released by Seismic Software Inc. in 1989. It was released both as an arcade cabinet and as a cartridge for the Sega Genesis.-Story:

Hellhole
Hellhole is a large, deep and — in the caving community — fabled pit cave in Germany Valley, eastern West Virginia. It is the 11th longest cave in the United States and is home to almost half of the world's population of Virginia big-eared bats

Hellholes
Hellholes is an original Internet Dark Comedy/Horror from Atom Film Studios about a man who discovers his trailer home is a portal into another dimension. Since its debut in late 2006, the series has quite successfully been streamed on the Atom Films website, where it has already received over 800,000 viewings

Hellion
Hellion is a fictional character, a mutant appearing in comic books published by Marvel Comics. He was a member of the student body of the Xavier Institute before its closing and is a member of the X-Men's training squad. He first appeared in New Mutants, vol. 2 #2.-New Mutants, vol

Hello
Hello is a salutation or greeting in the English language. It is attested in writing as early as the 1830s.-First use:Hello, with that spelling, was used in publications as early as 1833. These include an 1833 American book called The Sketches and Eccentricities of Col

Hello (Aya Ueto song)
"Hello" is the third single by Japanese recording artist Aya Ueto. It was released on February 26, 2002 as the third and final single from Ueto's debut studio album Ayaueto.- Overview :

Hello (Cat Empire song)
"Hello" was the first single taken from The Cat Empire's 2003 debut album. It was only released as a CD single in New Zealand, where it peaked at #12 in the singles chart. It is considered by many to have been the break-through single for the band, although the song never saw commercial release in their native Australia

Hello (film)
Hello is an 2008 Bollywood thriller film directed and produced by Atul Agnihotri, starring Sharman Joshi, Sohail Khan, Gul Panag, Isha Koppikar, Amrita Arora and Sharat Saxena in the lead roles. The film is based on Chetan Bhagat's novel, One Night @ the Call Center. It also had cameo roles from Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif who played themselves in the film

Hello (I Love You)
"Hello " is a song performed by former Pink Floyd member Roger Waters. The song was created as a collaborative effort with Howard Shore for the 2007 film The Last Mimzy. As Waters stated, "I think together we've come up with a song that captures the themes of the movie - the clash between humanity's best and worst instincts, and how a child's innocence can win the day"

Hello (The Capes album)
Hello is the debut album by South London five-piece, The Capes. It was released by Hard Soul Records mid-October 2005 in the UK and on February 28, 2006 in the US.

Hello (Tristan Prettyman album)
-Track listing:#"Hello"#"Echo"#"California Girl"#"Madly"#"Blindfold"#"Handshake"#"War Out Of Peace"#"You Got Me"#"Don't Work Yourself Up"#"A Little Bit"#"Interviews"#"In Bloom"-Chart positions:-External links:**

Hello (Turn Your Radio On)
"Hello " is a song by the British based pop duo Shakespears Sister and was the penultimate single released from their second album Hormonally Yours. The single peaked at no.14 in the UK singles chart.

Hellraiser (album)
Hellraiser is the album from the Swiss hard rock band Krokus. It marks 30 years since the release of their first album, Krokus . It is also their first album on AFM Records. Armand "Mandy" Meyer featured as lead guitarist, replacing Fernando Von Arb

Hellraiser (disambiguation)
Hellraiser may refer to:*Hellraiser, a 1987 British horror film**Hellraiser any of many sequels to the 1987 Hellraiser*Hellraiser , a song written by Ozzy Osbourne, Zakk Wylde and Lemmy Kilmister of Motörhead

Hellraiser (Remix)
"Hellraiser " is a 1994 single by East Coast hip hop group The Beatnuts. It was released by Relativity Records as a single with "Fried Chicken" as its b-side. The song "Hellraiser" is found on The Beatnuts' first full-length album Street Level, but the remix was only released as a single. The remix is produced by The Beatnuts and features raps by Juju, Psycho Les and Fashion

Hellraiser (song)
Hellraiser is a song written by Ozzy Osbourne, his guitarist Zakk Wylde, and Lemmy Kilmister, the frontman of heavy metal band Motörhead. The song was written for Osbourne's No More Tears album, in 1991, and despite being one of the most well known Ozzy Osbourne songs, Ozzy never released it as a single, but Motörhead did, in 1992.-Ozzy Osbourne version:The song appeared in the

HELLS
Lymphoid-specific helicase is an enzyme that in humans is encoded by the HELLS gene.-Further reading:

Helmet
A helmet is a form of protective gear worn on the head to protect it from injuries.Ceremonial or symbolic helmets without protective function are sometimes used. The oldest known use of helmets was by Assyrian soldiers in 900BC, who wore thick leather or bronze helmets to protect the head from blunt object and sword blows and arrow strikes in combat

Helmet (disambiguation)
The word helmet and similar can mean:*Types of protective headgear: see Helmet#Types of helmet*Helmet , an element of a coat of arms*Helmet , an American alternative metal band*Helmet Airport, an airstrip in British Columbia, Canada

Helmet (pigeon)
The Helmet is a breed of fancy pigeon developed over many years of selective breeding. Helmets, along with other varieties of domesticated pigeons, are all descendants from the Rock Pigeon . The breed has medium face, short face, plain-head and crested varieties. Helmet pigeons have been referenced since the early 15th century and appear to have origins in Germany

Helmi (given name)
Helmi is a feminine given name. In Finnish the name means pearl. It is also used as a short form of the name Vilhelmiina or Vilhelmina. The name was the 10th most popular name for baby girls born in Finland in 2007.

Helophyte
A helophyte or limnodophyte is the phytosociologic definition of a biennial or herbaceous plant of which only the buds survive a harsh period, such as winter, e.g. sweet flag or bulrush .

HELP
The HELP model is a hydrologic numerical model initially developed by the United States Environmental Protection Agency for landfills

Help
Help is any form of assistance.Help may also refer to:In computing:* Help , a command that invokes documentations and helping information* Online help, documentation that accompanies computer application software

Help (command)
In computing, help is a command in various command line shells such as COMMAND.COM, cmd.exe, 4DOS/4NT, Windows PowerShell, Bash, Singularity shell, Python and GNU Octave. It provides online information about available commands and the shell environment. It is analogous to the Unix man command

Help (Dutch TV series)
Help is a Dutch television drama series first broadcast by the NCRV in the early 1990s.-Content:Each episode in the series is an example of a story within a story: it begins with papergirl Gerrit delivering the paper to an older journalist, who then tells her and discusses with her one of the news stories he has been working on

Help desk
A help desk is an information and assistance resource that troubleshoots problems with computers or similar products. Corporations often provide help desk support to their customers via a toll-free number, website and e-mail. There are also in-house help desks geared toward providing the same kind of help for employees only

Help Yourself
The term "Help Yourself" may refer to:* Help Yourself, a 1932 British comedy film*"Help Yourself", an original song by Sad Brad Smith for the Oscar-nominated film, Up in the Air

Help Yourself (Amy Winehouse song)
"Help Yourself" is an R&B–jazz song written by English singer-songwriter Amy Winehouse and Jimmy Hogarth for Winehouse's debut album, Frank . Released as the album's fourth and final single on 23 August 2004 as a double A-side with "Fuck Me Pumps" , it reached number sixty-five on the UK Singles Chart. The song was not included on the U.S. release of Frank

Help Yourself (Peggy Scott-Adams album)
Help Yourself is the debut album by soul-blues singer, Peggy Scott-Adams. Includes the major hit single, "Bill." Other hit singles include "I'll Take Care of You", "Slow Drag", "I'm Getting What I Want" and the title track.- Track listings :* 1. "Bill"

Help Yourself (Tom Jones song)
"Help Yourself" is a 1968 song performed by Tom Jones. The song is one of Jones' best known songs and reached the top 5 in the United Kingdom in its original run. It is featured in the movie Anchorman

Helper
Helper may refer to:* Assistant, a person or device that helps* Guardian angel or Guardian spirit, a personalized soul protector* Hamburger Helper and similar food products* Helfer , a Nazi Party paramilitary rank

Helper (Amtrak station)
The Helper Amtrak station is a train station in Helper, Utah, United States served by Amtrak, the national railroad passenger system. It is served daily by the California Zephyr

Helpfulness
In social psychology, the everyday concept of helpfulness is really technically defined as the property of providing useful assistance, and friendliness evidenced by a kindly and helpful disposition [syn: kindliness].

Helping hand (tool)
A helping hand, also known as a third hand or X-tra Hands, is a type of jig used in soldering and craftwork. A commonly produced version consists of a weighted base, arms ending in alligator clips, and optionally a magnifying glass, held together by flexible joints

Helpless
Helpless may refer to:*Helpless , a play by Dusty Hughes*"Helpless" , a Neil Young song, most famously recorded by Crosby, Stills & Nash and Young*"Helpless" , a Backstreet Boys song, from This Is Us

Helpt
Helpt is a municipality in the Mecklenburgische Seenplatte district, in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany.

Helsinki
Helsinki is the capital and largest city in Finland. It is in the region of Uusimaa, located in southern Finland, on the shore of the Gulf of Finland, an arm of the Baltic Sea. The population of the city of Helsinki is , making it by far the most populous municipality in Finland. Helsinki is located some east of Stockholm, Sweden, west of St

Hem
To hem a piece of cloth is to sew a cut edge in such a way as to prevent unraveling of the fabric.There are many different styles of hems of varying complexities. The most common hem

Hem (Netherlands)
Hem is a village in the municipality Drechterland, located in the north west of the Netherlands, in the province of North Holland and the region of West-Frisia.

Hematemesis
Hematemesis or haematemesis is the vomiting of blood. The source is generally the upper gastrointestinal tract. Patients can easily confuse it with hemoptysis , although the latter is more common.-Signs:

Hematite (disambiguation)
-Places:United States* Hematite, Missouri* Hematite, Wisconsin* Hematite Township, Michigan

Hematochezia
Hematochezia is the passage of fresh blood per anus, usually in or with stools . Hematochezia is commonly associated with lower gastrointestinal bleeding, but may also occur from a brisk upper GI bleed

Heme
A heme or haem is a prosthetic group that consists of an iron atom contained in the center of a large heterocyclic organic ring called a porphyrin. Not all porphyrins contain iron, but a substantial fraction of porphyrin-containing metalloproteins have heme as their prosthetic group; these are known as hemoproteins

Hemin
Hemin is an iron-containing porphyrin. More specifically, it is Protoporphyrin IX containing a ferric iron ion with a chloride ligand.

Hemin (given name)
Hemin is a given name, and may refer to:* Hemin Desai , Indian-born Omani cricketer* Hemin Mukriyani , Kurdish poet, journalist, translator, and literary critic

Hemisphere
Hemisphere may refer to:*Half of a sphereAs half of the Earth:*Any half of the Earth, see Hemispheres of the Earth, see:

Hemline
The hemline is the line formed by the lower edge of a garment, such as a skirt, dress or coat, measured from the floor.The hemline is perhaps the most variable style line in fashion, changing shape and ranging in height from hip-high to floor-length

Hemlock
The word hemlock may refer to:*Hemlock, several poisonous plants in the Apiaceae family :**Hemlock , two species, one formerly used as a method of execution**Water Hemlock

Hemma
Emma of Altdorf, also known as Hemma was the wife of Louis the German, and Queen consort of Eastern Francia.Her father was Welf, Count of Altorf; her mother was Heilwig of Saxony , the daughter of Count Isanbart

Hemming (count in Frisia)
A Dane named Hemming was a count in the area of Rüstringen in East Frisia in the 9th century. He and some others of his family were installed in this region by Emperor Lothair I.-History:

Hemodialysis
In medicine, hemodialysis is a method for removing waste products such as creatinine and urea, as well as free water from the blood when the kidneys are in renal failure. Hemodialysis is one of three renal replacement therapies .Hemodialysis can be an outpatient or inpatient therapy

Hemoglobin
Hemoglobin is the iron-containing oxygen-transport metalloprotein in the red blood cells of all vertebrates, with the exception of the fish family Channichthyidae, as well as the tissues of some invertebrates

Myopia
Myopia , "shortsightedness" ) is a refractive defect of the eye in which collimated light produces image focus in front of the retina under conditions of accommodation. In simpler terms, myopia is a condition of the eye where the light that comes in does not directly focus on the retina but in front of it

Myoporum parvifolium
Myoporum parvifolium is a prostrate shrub which is endemic to Australia. The plant forms a mat to around 3 metres in diameter and has glabrous leaves which are 1 to 6 cm long and 1.5 to 8 mm in width

Myotismon
Myotismon is a fictional character from the Digimon franchise. He is the third major villain in the first season, and the main antagonist of the second season of the anime series.-Appearance and characteristics:

Myriapoda
Myriapoda is a subphylum of arthropods containing millipedes, centipedes, and others. The group contains 13,000 species, all of which are terrestrial

Myrtle Beach Air Force Base
Myrtle Beach Air Force Base is a closed United States Air Force facility, located in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. It was established in 1940 as a World War II training base and was also used for coastal patrols during the war

Myrtles Plantation
The Myrtles Plantation is an antebellum plantation in St. Francisville, Louisiana, near Baton Rouge. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the plantation is a bed and breakfast, and it offers historical and mystery tours.-History:

Mysteries of the unknown
Mysteries of the Unknown is a series of books about the paranormal, published by Time-Life Books from 1987 through 1991. Each book focused on a different topic, such as ghosts, UFOs, psychic powers and dreams. The series was very successful for Time-Life Books

Mystery fiction
Mystery fiction is a loosely-defined term.1.It is often used as a synonym for detective fiction or crime fiction— in other words a novel or short story in which a detective investigates and solves a crime mystery. Sometimes mystery books are nonfiction

Mystery religion
Mystery religions, sacred Mysteries or simply mysteries, were religious cults of the Greco-Roman world, participation in which was reserved to initiates.

Mystic Seaport
Mystic Seaport, the Museum of America and the Sea, in Mystic, Connecticut, is notable both for its collection of sailing ships and boats, and for the re-creation of crafts and fabric of an entire 19th century seafaring village

Mysticism
Mysticism is the knowledge of, and especially the personal experience of, states of consciousness, i.e. levels of being, beyond normal human perception, including experience and even communion with a supreme being.-Classical origins:

Mystikal
Michael Lawrence Tyler , better known by his stage name Mystikal, is an American rapper, and actor from New Orleans.-1993-1994: Early career:

Mytholmroyd
Mytholmroyd is a town within the Metropolitan Borough of Calderdale, in West Yorkshire, England. It lies east of Hebden Bridge and west of Halifax.

Mythology
The term mythology can refer either to the study of myths, or to a body or collection of myths. As examples, comparative mythology is the study of connections between myths from different cultures, whereas Greek mythology is the body of myths from ancient Greece

Mzilikazi
Mzilikazi , also sometimes called Mosilikatze, was a Southern African king who founded the Matabele kingdom , Matabeleland, in what became Rhodesia and is now Zimbabwe. He was born the son of Matshobana near Mkuze, Zululand and died at Ingama, Matabeleland