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Hg
Hg or HG may refer to:*H.G. or HG, His Grace; Her Grace*Mercury or Hg*hg, symbol for hectogram, one hundred grams*A Haplogroup is a group of haplotypes*Hyperemesis gravidarum, a severe form of morning sickness

HGH (disambiguation)
HGH is a common abbreviation for human growth hormone.HGH may also refer to:* HGH, the ICAO airline code Atlantic Air Lift* HGH, the IATA airport code for Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport* HgH, the chemical formula of mercury hydride

HGT (disambiguation)
HGT could refer to:* Harrogate railway station, England; National Rail station code HGT.* High glycine-tyrosine proteins* Hinganghat railway station, India; Indian Railways station code HGT.* Horizontal gene transfer* Human gene therapy

HH (Court Street Shuttle)
HH was the last of the letters assigned to original routes of the Independent Subway System of the New York City Subway in the 1930s. It was designated as the dedicated service letter of the IND Fulton Street Line in Brooklyn.

HHS
-Medicine:*Hyperglycemic hyperosmolar state, a complication of diabetes-Individual high schools:*Hackensack High School - Hackensack, New Jersey, US*Hackettstown High School - Hackettstown, New Jersey, US*Hadleigh High School - Hadleigh, Suffolk, England

HHS
-Medicine:*Hyperglycemic hyperosmolar state, a complication of diabetes-Individual high schools:*Hackensack High School - Hackensack, New Jersey, US*Hackettstown High School - Hackettstown, New Jersey, US*Hadleigh High School - Hadleigh, Suffolk, England

HI
HI or Hi may refer to:* Hello, a greeting in the English language* Hi and Lois, a comic strip* Hi , teen lifestyle publication* Hi , Japanese character* Hi Records, in music, a Memphis soul and rockabilly label

Hiatellidae
Hiatellidae is a family of bivalve molluscs in the order Myoida. It contains five genera.-Genera:* Cyrtodaria Reuss, 1801 * Hiatella Bosc, 1801** Hiatella arctica * Panomya Gray, 1857 * Panopea Menard, 1807

Hiatus
Hiatus may refer to:*Recess *Hiatus, a small difference in pitch between two musical tones *Hiatus , a phonological term referring to the lack of a consonant separating two vowels in separate syllables, as in co-operation*Hiatus , a break of several weeks or more in television scheduling*Hiatus *Hiatus, a

Hiatus (30 Rock)
"Hiatus" is the twenty-first and season finale episode of NBC's first season of 30 Rock. It was written by series creator and executive producer Tina Fey, and was directed by Don Scardino. It first aired on April 26, 2007 in the United States

Hiatus (anatomy)
In anatomy, a hiatus is a natural fissure in a structure.Examples include:* Esophageal hiatus, the opening in the diaphragm through which the esophagus passes from the thorax into the abdomen* Hiatus for greater petrosal nerve* Maxillary hiatus

Hibernaculum (album)
Hibernaculum is a studio album by American musical group Earth. All of the songs, except for "A Plague of Angels", are older Earth songs that were re-recorded in the country-influenced style of Hex. The album includes a DVD with a documentary by Seldon Hunt, called "Within the Drone"

Hibernaculum (botany)
Hibernaculum is the term often applied to a winter bud of certain aquatic plants, such as the bladderworts . The buds are heavier than water, and, being developed at the approach of cold weather, they become detached, sink to the bottom of the pond, and thus survive the winter

Hibernaculum (song)
"Hibernaculum" is a single by musician Mike Oldfield, released in 1994. It is from the album The Songs of Distant Earth. "Moonshine" is a remix of the final part of Tubular Bells II.It charted at number 47 in the UK Singles Chart.- UK CD 1 :

Hibernaculum (zoology)
Hibernaculum plural form: hibernacula is a word used in zoology to refer to a place of abode in which a creature seeks refuge, such as a bear using a cave to overwinter. Insects may hibernate to survive the winter. The word can be used to describe a variety of shelters used by various kinds of animals, for instance, bats, marmots and snakes.

Hibernia (locomotive)
Hibernia was a steam locomotive designed by Richard Roberts and built by Sharp, Roberts and Company in 1834 for the Dublin and Kingstown Railway . The locomotive had vertical cylinders driving via bell cranks.-History:

Hibernia (personification)
Hibernia as a national personification representing Ireland appeared in numerous cartoon and drawings, especially in the nineteenth century.As depicted in frequent cartoons in Punch, a magazine outspokenly hostile to Irish nationalism, Hibernia was shown as "Britannia's younger sister". She is an attractive, vulnerable girl

Hibernian (album)
-Personnel:Tír na nÓg*Sonny Condell – vocals, guitar, Moroccan pottery drums*Leo O'Kelly – vocals, guitar, violinProduction* Alan Hadwin – recording, sleeve notes & layout* Laura Hadwin – front and back cover artworks, sleeve design

Hibiscus (disambiguation)
Hibiscus is a large genus of about 200–220 species of flowering plants in the family Malvaceae.Hibiscus may also refer to:* Hibiscus , American actor* Hibiscus Children's Center, a non-profit charitable organization

Hic
HIC may refer to:* Habitat International Coalition* Head impact criterion, a measure of the likelihood of head injury generated by crash tests* Henry Ian Cusick, an actor* Heparin-induced thrombocytopenia, a complication of heparin used post surgery.

Hiccup
A hiccup or hiccough is a myoclonus of the diaphragm that repeats several times per minute. In humans, the abrupt rush of air into the lungs causes the vocal cords to close, creating a "hic" sound.

Hick
-Surname:*Benjamin Hick, , a mechanical engineer*Graeme Hick, , an English cricketer*John Hick, , a philosopher of religion and theologian*Pentland Hick , a British entrepreneur, author, and publisher*W. E

Hickey
A Hickey is a mark on the skin caused by amorous contact.Hickey may also refer to:* Hickey , including list of people with the surname* Hickey , melodic" punk band from San Francisco's Mission District

Hickey (surname)
Hickey is a common surname of Irish origin. The original form is Ó hÍceadha, which is still used in Ireland.-Ó hÍceadha:The Ó hÍceadha's were court physicians to the powerful Kings of Thomond, part of the Dál gCais clan. Their traditional home was in the north of County Clare, where there is still an area called Ballyhickey

Hicks (Essex cricketer)
Hicks aka Higgs was an English professional cricketer who made four known appearances in major cricket matches from 1789 to 1799.-External sources:*

Hicks (surname)
The surname Hicks, also spelt Hickes and Hix might be the name of one of the people below:*Adam Hicks, American actor*Andre Hicks, dead west-coast rapper known by pseudonym 'Mac Dre'*Andy Hicks, English snooker player

Hidari
Hidari is a rock band from Kobe, Japan, known for its combination of modern rock and retro electronic sounds.-Former members:*Hiroshi "Yoma" Aoki *Justin Bacon , mecha

Hidas
Hidas is a village in Baranya county, Hungary.- External links :*

Hidden
Hidden or The Hidden can refer to:* Concealment, keeping things from notice or view* L'Encobert , a mysterious rebel leader in the Revolt of the Brotherhoods in Valencia in 1522

Hidden (The 4400 episode)
-Plot:Nina tells Diana of a witness with information relating to Colliers murder weapon; Tom attends Danny’s school to try and find out why Kyle has left and what is up with him, and if he knows where he is.

Hidden (Torchwood)
Hidden is a BBC Audio original audiobook written by Steven Savile and based on the British science fiction television, Doctor Who spin-off series Torchwood. It was released on 4 February 2008. The story is set during the first series of the show

Hidden Agenda (song)
"Hidden Agenda" is the second single from Craig David's second album Slicker Than Your Average. The song became his eighth top ten hit in the UK , peaking at number ten and spending six weeks inside the UK Top 75

Hide
Hide or hides may refer to:* Hiding, concealment* Hide , Japanese musician from the band X Japan* Hide , the cured skin of an animal* Hide, pseudonym of Yoshimi, guitarist of the band Funta

Hide (Joy Williams Single)
"Hide" is the smash lead single from Joy Williams' third album Genesis. It is available digitally on the internet. This song also appears on the WOW Hits 2006 compilation album.-Awards:

Hide and Seek (Five Star song)
"Hide and Seek" is the name of a 1984 single by British pop group Five Star. It was the group's second release, and would be later included on their 1985 debut album Luxury of Life. The single was written by Gary Bell , and Anne Dudley, one of the UK's top female songwriters and composers

Hide and Seek (Howard Jones song)
"Hide and Seek" was the third single by musician Howard Jones. It was released in February 1984, and reached number 12 in the UK Singles Chart. It appears on Jones' album Human's Lib.The B-sides, "Tao Te Ching" and "China Dance", are both instrumentals

Hideaway
Hideaway is a novel written by Dean Koontz and published by Random House in 1992. It is a supernatural thriller centering on an antique dealer named Hatch Harrison who develops a telepathic connection with a serial killer after a car accident leaves him clinically dead for over eighty minutes

Hideaway (album)
Hideaway is the sixth original studio album by American folk rock trio America, released by Warner Bros. Records in April 1976. The album was produced by legendary Beatles producer George Martin.

Hideaway (De'Lacy song)
"Hideaway" is a dance song by De'Lacy which charted at number 9 in the UK Singles Chart during 1995. A remixed version, called "Hideaway 1998", peaked at number 21 in 1998. The song was released a third time in 2006. It was written by K.Hedge / J.Milan and published by Corp. Of America / Kumba Music / BMI

Hideaway (Delays song)
"Hideaway" is a song by Delays, released as the second and last single from their second album You See Colours.The single reached #35 in the UK charts when released in May 2006.- Track listing :

Hideaway (disambiguation)
-Music:*Hideaway , a single released by Delays*Hideaway , a 1976 album by folk rock trio America*Hideaway , a 2008 album by The Weepies*"Miyako Hideaway", a 1998 single released by Marion

Hideaway (film)
Hideaway is a 1995 horror film directed by Brett Leonard and based on the novel of the same name by Dean Koontz. It stars Jeff Goldblum, Alicia Silverstone, Christine Lahti, and Jeremy Sisto. In the movie Goldblum plays a man who dies in a car accident, only to be revived two hours later. After being revived, he experiences frightening visions

Hideaway (The Weepies album)
Hideaway is the third album released by The Weepies. It was released on April 2, 2008 by Nettwerk.The album debuted at number 31 on the U.S

Hidebound
Hidebound is a 2005 animated film that tells of Aron, a young man who is concerned about communications and the human situation in today’s society. He decides to conduct an experiment and observes the reactions of other people to it

Hideous
Hideous may refer to:* Ugliness* Hideous * Hideous Records, a British record label established by the band Reuben

Hideous (liqueur)
Hideous is a berry- and citrus-flavored liqueur, produced by Hideous, L.C., a company based in the United States.The liqueur is 70 proof , is magenta in color, and mildly sweet. The company promotes it to be consumed as a "shooter" as well as in mixed drinks, several recipes for which it has developed

Hideout (album)
Hideout is the third album by San Francisco-based indie rock band Film School, released on September 11, 2007. The album features a guest appearance by Colm O'Ciosoig from My Bloody Valentine

Hides
A hide is an animal skin treated for human use. Hides include leather from cattle and other livestock animals, alligator skins, snake skins for shoes and fashion accessories and furs from wild cats, mink and bears. In some areas, leather is produced on a domestic or small industrial scale, but most leather making is done on a large scale. Various tannins are used for this purpose

Hie
Hie may refer to:* Hie , an Old English pronoun*Hie Shrine, a Shinto shrine located in Tokyo, JapanHIE is an abbreviation:*Highlands and Islands Enterprise*Hypoxic Ischaemic Encephalopathy*Health information exchange

Hiekkaharju
Hiekkaharju is a district in Vantaa, Finland, located north from Tikkurila district. In Hiekkaharju, there is a railway station. Hiekkaharju has a population of about 3,869 . First buildings in Hiekkaharju were built in 1920, in the 50's was built a lot of apartments there. The soil is highly lead contaminated because there used to be a lead factory

Hien
Hien may refer to:Japanese phrases and names:* Kawasaki Ki-61 , a Japanese World War II aircraft* Getter Robot Hien , an ongoing manga and fictional character* Hien , a Japanese fictional characterNetherlands:

Hien (Netherlands)
Hien is a small village in the Dutch province of Gelderland. It is located in the municipality of Neder-Betuwe, about 1 km east of Dodewaard.

Hieroglyphs
Hieroglyph or hieroglyphics may refer to:*Anatolian hieroglyphs*Chinese character*Cretan hieroglyphs*Cursive hieroglyphs*Dongba script*Egyptian hieroglyphs*Hieroglyphic Luwian*Mayan hieroglyphs

Hierophany
The term "hierophany" signifies a manifestation of the sacred.-In Mircea Eliade's writings:

Hiew
Hiew is a popular console hex editor for Windows written by Eugene Suslikov .Amongst its feature set is its ability to view files in text, hex and disassembly mode.

Higanbana (album)
-Track listing:-Personnel:*Masami Akita – electronics/noise, synthesizer*Jenny Akita – photography, artwork

Higgins (surname)
Higgins is a surname found in England and in Ireland with several origins. Origins in England* From the name Hugh* From the name Hig * From Hicke a diminutive of Richard

High
- Science, technology and economics :* Height* High , a high pressure area* High , a quality of a Turing degree, in computability theory* High , or top, an event in market-price fluctuations of a security

High (1967 film)
High is a film released in 1967, directed by Larry Kent and starring Lanny Beckman, Astri Thorvik, Peter Mathews, Joyce Cay, and Denis Payne

High (computability)
In computability theory, a Turing degree [X] is high if it is computable in 0′, and the Turing jump [X′] is 0′′, which is the greatest possible degree in terms of Turing reducibility for the jump of a set which is computable in 0′.- References :Soare, R. Recursively enumerable sets and degrees. Perspectives in Mathematical Logic

High (Eurovision song)
"High" was the Norwegian entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2004, performed in English by Knut Anders Sørum.The song is a dramatic ballad, with Sørum expressing his desire to bring an unnamed person "high"

High (Flotsam and Jetsam album)
High is the sixth album by thrash metal band Flotsam and Jetsam. It was released on June 3, 1997. It is their last album with Michael Gilbert and Kelly David Smith.-Track listing:#Final Step #Hallucinational #It's On Me #High Noon

High (Lighthouse Family song)
"High" is the second pop single written by British duo Lighthouse Family for their second album Postcards from Heaven . The song was produced by Mike Peden. It was released in January 1998 and reached No

High (New Model Army album)
High is the tenth studio album of British rock band New Model Army, released on 20 August 2007 in the UK, 24 August in Germany, and 4 September in North America.-Track listing:

High and Mighty (shop)
High and Mighty is a clothing retail chain for tall and/or wide men in the United Kingdom. After having been family-owned for more than fifty years, it was sold to mailorder group N Brown in September 2009.-History:

High fidelity
High fidelity—or hi-fi—reproduction is a term used by home stereo listeners and home audio enthusiasts to refer to high-quality reproduction of sound or images, to distinguish it from the poorer quality sound produced by inexpensive audio equipment

High fidelity (disambiguation)
High fidelity or hi-fi is most commonly a term for the high-quality reproduction of sound or images.High Fidelity may also refer to:-Films, television:* "High Fidelity" , a 2006 teen drama episode

High Fidelity (film)
High Fidelity is a 2000 American comedy-drama film directed by Stephen Frears and starring John Cusack and the Danish actress Iben Hjejle. The film is based on the 1995 British novel of the same name by Nick Hornby, with the setting moved from London to Chicago and the name of the lead character changed

National Federation of State High School Associations
The National Federation of State High School Associations is the body that writes the rules of competition for most high school sports and activities in the United States. Most high schools, whether public or private, belong to their state's high school association; in turn, each state association belongs to the NFHS

National FFA Organization
The National FFA Organization is an American youth organization known as a Career and Technical Student Organization, based on middle and high school classes that promote and support agricultural education

National Firearms Act
The National Firearms Act , 73rd Congress, Sess. 2, ch. 757, , enacted on June 26, 1934, currently codified as amended as , is an Act of Congress that, in general, imposes a statutory excise tax on the manufacture and transfer of certain firearms and mandates the registration of those firearms. The Act was passed shortly after the repeal of Prohibition

National Football League
The National Football League is the highest level of professional American football in the United States, and is considered the top professional American football league in the world. It was formed by eleven teams in 1920 as the American Professional Football Association, with the league changing its name to the National Football League in 1922

National Football League (India)
The National Football League was an association football league competition in India between 1996 and 2007 which was organised into three divisions. The league is now transformed into the I-League and continues with that name

National Forensic League
The National Forensic League is a non-partisan, non-profit educational honor society established to encourage and motivate American high school students to participate in and become proficient in the forensic arts: debate, public speaking and interpretation. NFL is the America's oldest and largest high school speech and debate honor society

National Forest, England
The National Forest is one of England’s most ambitious environmental projects. Across parts of Leicestershire, Derbyshire and Staffordshire, are being transformed, blending ancient woodland with new planting to create a new national forest

National Gallery of Art
The National Gallery of Art and its Sculpture Garden is a national art museum, located on the National Mall between 3rd and 9th Streets at Constitution Avenue NW, in Washington, DC

National Gallery, London
The National Gallery is an art museum on Trafalgar Square, London, United Kingdom. Founded in 1824, it houses a collection of over 2,300 paintings dating from the mid-13th century to 1900. The gallery is an exempt charity, and a non-departmental public body of the Department for Culture, Media and Sport

National Geographic Channel
National Geographic Channel, also commercially abbreviated and trademarked as Nat Geo, is a subscription television channel that airs non-fiction television programs produced by the National Geographic Society. Like History and the Discovery Channel, the channel features documentaries with factual content involving nature, science, culture, and history

National Geographic Channel (Australia)
National Geographic Channel Australia and New Zealand is a subscription television network that features documentaries produced by the National Geographic Society

National Geographic Magazine
National Geographic, formerly the National Geographic Magazine, is the official journal of the National Geographic Society. It published its first issue in 1888, just nine months after the Society itself was founded

National Highway 15 (India)
National Highway 15 is a major National Highway in Western and Northwestern India. NH 15 connects Kandla in Gujarat with Pathankot in Punjab. This -long highway passes through Pathankot, Amritsar, Tarn Taran Sahib, Zira, Kotkapura, Bhatinda, Ganganagar, Bikaner, Jaisalmer and Barmer

National Highway 3 (India)
National Highway 3 , commonly referred to as the Mumbai-Agra Highway, is a major Indian National Highway that runs through the states of Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra states in India

National Hockey League
The National Hockey League is an unincorporated not-for-profit association which operates a major professional ice hockey league of 30 franchised member clubs, of which 7 are currently located in Canada and 23 in the United States

National Hockey Stadium
The National Hockey Stadium was a sports stadium in Milton Keynes, United Kingdom, with a nominal capacity of around 4,000 seats . It was used by England Hockey as their national stadium from 1995 to 2003 and as a professional football stadium from 2003 to 2007

National Hunt racing
National Hunt racing is the official name given to the sport of horse racing in the United Kingdom, France and Ireland in which the horses are required to jump over obstacles called hurdles or fences

National identification number
A national identification number, national identity number, or national insurance number is used by the governments of many countries as a means of tracking their citizens, permanent residents, and temporary residents for the purposes of work, taxation, government benefits, health care, and other governmentally-related functions

National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence
The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence is a special health authority of the English National Health Service , serving both English NHS and the Welsh NHS

National Institute of Dramatic Art
The National Institute of Dramatic Art is an Australian national training institute for students of theatre, film, and television, based in the Sydney suburb of Kensington. It is supported by the federal Office for the Arts, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. NIDA is located adjacent to, and has a strong relationship with, the University of New South Wales

National Institute of Foundry and Forge Technology
The National Institute of Foundry and Forge Technology is a fully residential Government of India co-educational institute located in the mineral-rich belt of India in the town of Ranchi.

National Institute of Technology, Hamirpur
The National Institute of Technology, Hamirpur is a university located in Hamirpur, Himachal Pradesh, India and is wholly funded by Government of India. It is one of the thirty National Institutes of Technology established and administered by Government of India

National Institute of Technology, Kurukshetra
The National Institute of Technology, Kurukshetra , formerly Regional Engineering College, Kurukshetra, is a public technical university wholly funded by Government of India. In December 2008, it was accredited with the status of Institution of National Importance

National Institute of Technology, Patna
The National Institute of Technology Patna , formerly Bihar School of Engineering and Bihar College of Engineering, is a National Institute of Technology located in Patna, Bihar, India. It was created by the Government of India on January 28, 2004.-History:NITP is the sixth oldest engineering college of India

National Institute of Technology, Rourkela
National Institute of Technology – Rourkela , formerly known as the Regional Engineering College Rourkela , is a publicly funded institute of higher learning for engineering and technology located in the steel city of Rourkela, Orissa, India. It was established in the year 1961 by a joint undertaking of the Government of India and the Government of Orissa

National Institute of Technology, Warangal
National Institute of Technology, Warangal is an undergraduate and post graduate engineering institute located in Warangal, India

National Instruments
National Instruments Corporation, or NI , is an American company with over 5,000 employees and direct operations in 41 countries. Headquartered in Austin, Texas, it is a producer of automated test equipment and virtual instrumentation software

National Insurance
National Insurance in the United Kingdom was initially a contributory system of insurance against illness and unemployment, and later also provided retirement pensions and other benefits

National Intelligence Agency (Nigeria)
The National Intelligence Agency is a Nigerian government division tasked with overseeing foreign intelligence and counterintelligence operations-History:

National Intelligence Coordinating Agency
The National Intelligence Coordinating Agency is the primary intelligence gathering and analysis arm of the Philippine government, in charge of carrying out overt, covert, and clandestine intelligence programs

National Inventors Hall of Fame
The National Inventors Hall of Fame is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to recognizing, honoring and encouraging invention and creativity through the administration of its programs. The Hall of Fame honors the men and women responsible for the great technological advances that make human, social and economic progress possible. there were 460 inductees

National Kidney Foundation Singapore
The National Kidney Foundation Singapore is a Singapore-based foundation running kidney dialysis and prevention programmes. It is fully supported by charity donations.-Beginnings:

National Labor Board
The National Labor Board was an independent agency of the United States Government established on August 5, 1933 to handle labor disputes arising under the National Industrial Recovery Act .-Establishment, structure and procedures:

National Labor Relations Board
The National Labor Relations Board is an independent agency of the United States government charged with conducting elections for labor union representation and with investigating and remedying unfair labor practices. Unfair labor practices may involve union-related situations or instances of protected concerted activity

National Lampoon's Vacation
Vacation, sometimes referred as National Lampoon's Vacation, is a 1983 comedy film directed by Harold Ramis and starring Chevy Chase, Beverly D'Angelo, Randy Quaid, Dana Barron and Anthony Michael Hall

National Language Authority
The National Language Authority is an autonomous regulatory institution established in 1979 to support the advancement and promotion of Urdu which is the national language of Pakistan. Initially it was aimed at creating a synergy between national and provincial governments and institutions for using Urdu language

National library
A national library is a library specifically established by the government of a country to serve as the preeminent repository of information for that country. Unlike public libraries, these rarely allow citizens to borrow books

National Limited
The National Limited was the premier train of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad on its route between New York City and St. Louis, Missouri, with major station stops in Washington, D.C., and Cincinnati, Ohio. The all-Pullman version of the National Limited was introduced by the B&O on April 26, 1925, as Trains #1 and #2

National Mall
The National Mall is an open-area national park in downtown Washington, D.C., the capital of the United States. The National Mall is a unit of the National Park Service , and is administered by the National Mall and Memorial Parks unit

National Maritime Union
The National Maritime Union was an American labor union founded in May 1937. It affiliated with the Congress of Industrial Organizations in July 1937

National Memorial
National Memorial is a designation in the United States for a protected area that memorializes a historic person or event. National memorials are authorized by the United States Congress

National Midget Auto Racing Hall of Fame
The National Midget Auto Racing Hall of Fame is a Hall of Fame and museum for midget cars. The Hall of Fame is located at Angell Park Speedway in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, and can be accessed during weekly Sunday races during the summer.-A-C:

National Minimum Drinking Age Act
The National Minimum Drinking Age Act of 1984 was passed on July 17, 1984 by the United States Congress as a mechanism whereby all states would become thereafter required to legislate the age of 21 years as a minimum age for purchasing and publicly possessing alcoholic beverages

National Museum of Health and Medicine
The National Museum of Health and Medicine is a museum in Silver Spring, Maryland, near Washington, D.C., USA. An element of the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, the NMHM is a member of the National Health Sciences Consortium.

National Museum of Iran
The National Museum of Iran is a museum in Tehran, Iran. It is the combination of two museums, the old Muze-ye Irân-e Bâstân , and the modernistic white travertine National Arts Museum , inaugurated in 1972

National Museum of Natural History
The National Museum of Natural History is a natural history museum administered by the Smithsonian Institution, located on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., United States. Admission is free and the museum is open 364 days a year.

National Museum of Serbia
The National Museum is the largest and oldest museum in Serbia. It is located in Republic Square, Belgrade, Serbia. The museum was established on May 10, 1844. Since it was founded, its collections have to over 400,000 objects including many foreign masterpieces

National Naval Medical Center
The National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, USA — commonly known as the Bethesda Naval Hospital — was for decades the flagship of the United States Navy's system of medical centers. A federal institution, it conducted medical and dental research as well as providing health care for American leaders, including the president and his family

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration , pronounced , like "noah", is a scientific agency within the United States Department of Commerce focused on the conditions of the oceans and the atmosphere

National parks of Madagascar
The protected areas network of Madagascar is managed by the Madagascar National Parks Association . The network includes three types of protected areas: Strict Nature Reserves , National Parks and Wildlife Reserves

National Parliament of Papua New Guinea
The National Parliament of Papua New Guinea is the unicameral national legislature in Papua New Guinea. It was first created in 1964 as the House of Assembly of Papua and New Guinea, but gained its current name with the granting of independence in 1975.

National Pasta Association
The National Pasta Association is a trade association of professionals in the United States pasta industry. The NPA originally formed as The National Association of Macaroni and Noodle Manufacturers of America in 1904, making it one of the oldest trade associations in the United States.-History:A group of 20 pasta industry leaders formed The National Association of

National Personnel Records Center
The National Personnel Records Center is an agency of the National Archives and Records Administration, created in 1956. It is divided into two large Federal Records Centers located in St

National Police Agency (Japan)
The is an agency administered by the National Public Safety Commission of the Cabinet Office in the cabinet of Japan, and is the central coordinating agency of the Japanese police system.

National Postal Mail Handlers Union
The National Postal Mail Handlers Union is a progressive labor union representing more than 50,000 Mail Handler craft members in United States Postal Service facilities across the United States.- Purpose :

National Power Corporation
The National Power Corporation , also known as the NPC or Napocor, is a state-owned company that serves as the largest provider and generator of electricity in the Philippines

National Rail
National Rail is a title used by the Association of Train Operating Companies as a generic term to define the passenger rail services operated in Great Britain

National Railway Museum
The National Railway Museum is a museum in York forming part of the British National Museum of Science and Industry and telling the story of rail transport in Britain and its impact on society. It has won many awards, including the European Museum of the Year Award in 2001

National Recovery Administration
The National Recovery Administration was the primary New Deal agency established by U.S. president Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1933. The goal was to eliminate "cut-throat competition" by bringing industry, labor and government together to create codes of "fair practices" and set prices

National Renewable Energy Laboratory
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory , located in Golden, Colorado, is the United States' primary laboratory for renewable energy and energy efficiency research and development. The National Renewable Energy Laboratory is a government-owned, contractor-operated facility; it is funded through the U.S. Department of Energy

National Research Council of Canada
The National Research Council is an agency of the Government of Canada which conducts scientific research and development.- History :

National Rifle Association
The National Rifle Association of America is an American non-profit 501 civil rights organization which advocates for the protection of the Second Amendment of the United States Bill of Rights and the promotion of firearm ownership rights as well as marksmanship, firearm safety, and the protection of hunting and self-defense in the United States.The NRA sponsors

National Rural Letter Carriers' Association
The National Rural Letter Carriers' Association is an American labor union that represents Rural Letter Carriers employed by the United States Postal Service

National Scout jamboree (Boy Scouts of America)
The national Scout jamboree is a gathering, or jamboree of thousands of members of the Boy Scouts of America, usually held every four years and organized by the National Council of the Boy Scouts of America. Referred to as "the Jamboree", "Jambo", or NSJ, Scouts from all over the nation and world have the opportunity to attend

National Semiconductor
National Semiconductor was an American semiconductor manufacturer, that specialized in analog devices and subsystems,formerly headquartered in Santa Clara, California, USA. The products of National Semiconductor included power management circuits, display drivers, audio and operational amplifiers, communication interface products and data conversion solutions

National ski patrol
The National Ski Patrol is the largest winter rescue organization in the world. It was founded in 1938 by Charles Minot Dole, at the urging of Roger Langley

National Society of Film Critics
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