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Hill Partridge
The Hill Partridge is a species of bird in the Phasianidae family. It is found in India, Nepal, Bhutan, Tibet, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam

Hillbilly
Hillbilly is a term referring to certain people who dwell in rural, mountainous areas of the United States, primarily Appalachia but also the Ozarks. Owing to its strongly stereotypical connotations, the term is frequently considered derogatory, and so is usually offensive to those Americans of Appalachian heritage.-History:Origins of the term "hillbilly" are obscure

Hillock
A hillock or knoll is a small hill, usually separated from a larger group of hills such as a range. Hillocks are similar in their distribution and size to small mesas or buttes. The term is largely a British one

Hills (disambiguation)
Hills generally refers to a series of raised landforms .Hills may also refer to:* Hills Department Stores* Hills Centre, an entertainment centre in Castle Hill, New South Wales

Hillside
-Places:Australia*Hillside, New South Wales*Hillside, Victoria, a suburb of MelbourneCanada*Hillside, Nova ScotiaUnited Kingdom*Hillside, Merseyside, a suburb of Southport*Hillside, Angus, Scotland*Hillside Animal SanctuaryUnited States

Hillside (Charles Town, West Virginia)
Hillside, also known as Little Elmington, is a 1½ story brick house near Charles Town, West Virginia dating to circa 1798–1800. The house possesses a striking two-story gallery supported by five large round columns. The property includes a rubblestone barn and spring house

Hillside (LIRR station)
Hillside, earlier Rockaway Junction, was a junction and station on the Long Island Rail Road's Main Line and Montauk Branch in Hillside, Queens, New York City, United States

Hillside (Plymouth, Massachusetts)
Hillside is an historic site at 230 Summer Street in Plymouth, Massachusetts.The site was built in 1845 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1975.

Hilltop
-Place names:England*Hilltop, Buckinghamshire*Hilltop, DerbyshireHong Kong*Hilltop Building, Cloud View Road, North PointUnited States*Hilltop, former name of Fuller Acres, California*Fairmede-Hilltop, Richmond, California, commonly referred to as "Hilltop"

Hilo (soil)
Hilo soil is the official state soil of the state of Hawaii. These soils cover about and are considered prime agricultural land. The Hawaiian definition of the word “Hilo” is “first night of the full moon.” Also, the word is the Polynesian term for “Navigator,” and the name of a town, Hilo, Hawaii.-Profile:The Hilo soil series consists of very deep, moderately well drained soils that

Hilt
The hilt of a sword is its handle, consisting of a guard,grip and pommel. The guard may contain a crossguard or quillons. A ricasso may also be present, but this is rarely the case

Hilt (band)
Hilt was a collective group of Vancouver musicians, usually referred to as a side project of the group Skinny Puppy. The group comprised Alan Nelson, a seminal member of many local Vancouver rock and punk groups, on vocals, with cEvin Key and D.R

Hilum
A hilum , formerly called a hilus, can refer to:*Hilum , part of an organ where structures such as blood vessels and nerves enter** Hilum of kidney** Splenic hilum** Hilum of lung

Him (album)
Him is the latest studio album from Christian rock singer, and Stryper frontman, Michael Sweet. The album was released on August 1, 2006.The album features a collection of traditional hymns arranged and re-written by Sweet himself.-Track listing:

Him (film)
Him was a pornographic feature film produced for gay audiences. The film focused on a young gay man who developed an erotic fixation with the life of Jesus Christ

Him (song)
"Him" is a 1983 single by Sarah Brightman. It peaked at #55 in the UK charts.

Hima
Hima may refer to:*Hima , an Arabic word meaning "inviolate zone", and a system of environmental protection in Islam* Hima, a ruling class of the Ankole kingdom in Uganda

Himalaya (book)
Himalaya is the book that Michael Palin wrote to accompany the BBC television documentary series Himalaya with Michael Palin.This book, like the other books that Michael Palin wrote following each of his seven trips for the BBC, consists both of his text and of many photographs to illustrate the trip

Himalaya (disambiguation)
Himalaya is a mountain range in Asia.Himalaya may also refer to:* Andy Himalaya , Mexican Alpine skier* Himalaya , a travel book* Himalaya , a Nepalese film* Himalaya , an amusement park and carnival ride

Himalayan
Himalayan can refer to:* The Himalayas mountain range* Himalayan , the type of cat* List of rabbit breeds#Himalayan, the breed of rabbit* The Himalayans, a band

Hime (rapper)
is a Japanese hip hop artist. She released her debut solo album Hime hajime in October 2003 and is part of DJ Honda's studio. Her works are notable for their use of Japanese cultural themes, including tanka metre and sampling of kabuki and bunraku narrations. Her works also often touch on themes of female empowerment; she describes herself as the voice of the "Japanese doll"

Himmelfahrt (single)
"Himmelfahrt" is the German metal band Megaherz's fifth single, and the first single from the album Himmelfahrt.- Track listing :

Himni
According to the Book of Mormon, Himni was a Nephite missionary and one of the sons of King Mosiah. He was also brother to the prophet Ammon. As related in the Book of Mormon narrative, Himni and his three brothers , left their father, and his people, to travel to the land of the Lamanites in order to preach the gospel to them.During their sojourn there, Himni

Himself (Bill Cosby album)
This article is about the album. For the film, see Bill Cosby: Himself.Himself is an album by Bill Cosby.The album contains highlights from the stand-up comedy film of the same name

Himself (disambiguation)
Himself is a reflexive pronoun.Himself may also refer to:* The Notion of the Adversary in Christianity, as in the poem "Faust"* Bill Cosby: Himself, a 1983 stand-up comedy film* Himself , a 1982 comedy album

Hin
Hin may refer to:* Hin, a sub-divided unit of the hekat, an ancient Egyptian volume unit* Dilijan, Armenia* Hot Import Nights

HIN (disambiguation)
HIN could refer to:* Hinton , West Virginia, United States; Amtrak station code HIN.* Hot Import Nights automobile shows.* Hull Identification Number or Hull number* Sacheon Airport, South Korea; IATA airport code HIN.* Hin recombinase

HINA (Croatian News Agency)
HINA is the government-owned Croatian news agency. It was established on 26 July 1990. The agency is based at Marko Marulić Square in the Lower Town neighbourhood in central Zagreb.

Hind
The word Hind may refer to:* A female red deer* al-Hind , also Hind - The people of India or Indian subcontinent

Hind (singer)
Hind also spelled Hend, is a female singer from Bahrain. Her work includes popular Arabic music as well as traditional Khaliji music. She was discovered by the musician Anwar Abdullah, and gave her the nickname "Hind", but her real name is Suhair

Hind (video game)
Hind is a computer game released by Digital Integration in 1997 for DOS and Windows 95.The game is a combat flight simulator which features the Soviet Mi-24 Hind attack-helicopter. It came with a detailed and 99 page printed manual.

Hind limb
A hind limb is a posterior limb on an animal. When referring to quadrupeds, the term hind leg is often instead used.

Hinder
Hinder is an American rock band from Oklahoma that was formed in 2001 by drummer Cody Hanson, guitarist Joe Garvey, and singer Austin Winkler. The band was inducted into the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame in 2007.-Formation and early history:

Hindi
Standard Hindi, or more precisely Modern Standard Hindi, also known as Manak Hindi , High Hindi, Nagari Hindi, and Literary Hindi, is a standardized and sanskritized register of the Hindustani language derived from the Khariboli dialect of Delhi

Hindi (disambiguation)
Hindi is the name of various Indo-Aryan languages, commonly referred to as the Hindi languages with various definitions. These include:*in the narrowest sense, Modern Standard Hindi, a literary style and standard register of Hindustani

Hinds (surname)
–Hinds is a surname and may refer to:*Lawrence Kelly Hinds , professional softball player and business owner*Alfred George Hinds, known as "Alfie Hinds", , English prison escapee*Alison Hinds , soca artist from Barbados

Hindsight (Anathema album)
Hindsight is an acoustically oriented studio compilation album by British progressive rock band Anathema consisting of re-recorded versions of some of the band's classic songs with the addition of one new song; "Unchained "

Hindsight (disambiguation)
Hindsight bias is the inclination to see past events as being predictable and reasonable.Hindsight may also refer to:* Hindsight , a fictional character from the Marvel Comics universe that appears primarily in the New Warriors series

Hindsight (John Reuben album)
-Track listing:#"I'll Try Harder"#"I John Reu"#"Hindsight"#"Big E Cypher Session"#"Soundman"#"Run the Night"#"Breathe"#"I Pictured It"#"01/08/02"#"Doin'"#"Thank You" #"DJ Manuel"#"Up and at Them"#"Defensive Offender"

Hindu
Hindu refers to an identity associated with the philosophical, religious and cultural systems that are indigenous to the Indian subcontinent. As used in the Constitution of India, the word "Hindu" is also attributed to all persons professing any Indian religion

Hindustan
Hindustan or Indostan, literal translation "Land of River Sindhu ", is one of the popular names of South Asia. It can also mean "the land of the Hindus"

Hindustan (disambiguation)
Hindustan was the name of India as established by the Mughal Empire before the British Empire, and is used in some contexts to refer to the modern state.Hindustan may also refer to:Companies

Hindustani
Hindustani means 'of Hindustan '. It may refer to:* the Hindustani language, Hindi-Urdu* Hindustani , the Hindi version of the 1996 Tamil film Indian* Hindustani classical music* Hindustani people-See also:

Hinge
A hinge is a type of bearing that connects two solid objects, typically allowing only a limited angle of rotation between them. Two objects connected by an ideal hinge rotate relative to each other about a fixed axis of rotation. Hinges may be made of flexible material or of moving components

Hinge (surname)
Hinge is a surname, and may refer to:* John Hinge , Australian rules footballer* Mike Hinge , New Zealand-born artist and illustrator

Hinny
A hinny is a domestic equine hybrid that is the offspring of a male horse and a female donkey . It is similar to the more common mule, which is the product of a female horse and a male donkey.

Hint
Hint and similar may refer to:*Hint , musician Jonathan James, from Sussex, UK.*Hint , a feature of the SQL computer language*Font hinting, a process for optimizing the rasterization of vectors

Hinterland
The hinterland is the land or district behind a coast or the shoreline of a river. Specifically, by the doctrine of the hinterland, the word is applied to the inland region lying behind a port, claimed by the state that owns the coast. The area from which products are delivered to a port for shipping elsewhere is that port's hinterland

Hinterland (disambiguation)
Hinterland may refer to:*The geographical term Hinterland*The band Hinterland *Hinterland , an album by Aim*Hinterland, an album by Mint*Hinterland, an album by Old Man Luedecke

Hinterland (video game)
Hinterland is a high fantasy role-playing video game with city-building elements by Tilted Mill Entertainment. It was released on September 30, 2008 on the Steam content delivery system, and has since been made available at other digital distribution websites. Hinterland: Orc Lords, a cumulative expansion, was released to digital distribution and retail in March 2009

Hiob
Hiob may refer to:People with the surname Hiob:* Hanne Hiob , German actressPeople with the given name Hiob:* Hiob Ludolf , German orientalist-See also:* Hib * Hob

Hip (album)
Hip is the only full-length release by the band Steppeulvene, a Danish rock band. It was released in 1967.-Track listing:#Dunhammeraften 5:25#Itsi-Bitsi 4:54#Til Nashet 5:23#Jensen 6:40#0-0-0 5:02#Lykkens Pamfil 5:44#Kvinde Kom Ud 4:03

Hip Hip Hooray (EP)
"Hip Hip Hooray" is the first single by Australian dance group Sneaky Sound System, taken from their self-titled debut album Sneaky Sound System.-Track listing:-Personnel:*"Hip Hip Hooray"*Written by Black Angus

Hippie (etymology)
-History:According to lexicographer Jesse Sheidlower, the terms hipster and hippie derive from the word hip and the synonym hep, whose origins are unknown. The words hip and hep first surfaced in slang around the beginning of the 20th century and spread quickly, making their first appearance in the Oxford English Dictionary in 1904

Hippo
A hippo or hippopotamus is either of two species of large African mammal which live mainly in and near water:* Hippopotamus* Pygmy HippopotamusHippo may also refer to:-Given names:

Hippo (Greek woman)
Hippo was a supposedly historical Greek woman mentioned by the 1st century AD Latin author Valerius Maximus as an example of chastity. She was also included among the Famous Women written about by Giovanni Boccaccio in the 14th century.

Hippo (philosopher)
Hippo was a Presocratic Greek philosopher. He is variously described as coming from Rhegium, Metapontum, Samos, and Croton, and it is possible that there was more than one philosopher with this name.

Hippocastanaceae
thumb|230pxHippocastanaceae is the name given to a small group of trees and shrubs, when this group is treated as a family. Its most widespread genus is Aesculus . However, the American genus Billia and the Chinese genus Handeliodendron are also sometimes included in this family

Hippodrome
A hippodrome was a Greek stadium for horse racing and chariot racing. The name is derived from the Greek words "hippos and "dromos"

Hippoidea
Hippoidea is a superfamily of decapod crustaceans known as sand crabs or mole crabs.-Ecology:Hippoids are adapted to burrowing into sandy beaches, a habit they share with raninid crabs, and the parallel evolution of the two groups is striking

Hippopotamidae
Hippopotamuses are the members of the family Hippopotamidae. They are the only extant artiodactyls which walk on four toes on each foot.- Characteristics :

Hippos
Hippos is an archaeological site in Israel, located on a hill overlooking the Sea of Galilee. Between the 3rd century BC and the 7th century AD, Hippos was the site of a Greco-Roman city. Besides the fortified city itself, Hippos controlled two port facilities on the lake and an area of the surrounding countryside

HIPS
HIPS may refer to:* High impact polystyrene* Home Information Pack* Host-based intrusion-prevention system, a computer security system oriented towards workstations

Naval Air Station Alameda
Naval Air Station Alameda was a United States Navy Naval Air Station in Alameda, California, on San Francisco Bay.NAS Alameda had two runways: 07-25 and 13-31

Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth
Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base or NAS Fort Worth JRB includes Carswell Field, a military airfield located west of the central business district of Fort Worth, in Tarrant County, Texas, United States. This military airfield is operated by United States Navy

Naval Air Station Key West
Naval Air Station Key West , is a naval air station and military airport located on Boca Chica Key, four miles east of the central business district of Key West, Florida, United States.

Naval Air Station Patuxent River
"Pax River" redirects here. For the river, see Patuxent River.Naval Air Station Patuxent River , also known as NAS Pax River, is a United States Naval Air Station located in St. Mary's County, Maryland on the Chesapeake Bay near the mouth of the Patuxent River. It is home to the U.S

Naval Air Station Sigonella
Naval Air Station Sigonella , "The Hub of the Med", is a U.S. Navy installation at NATO Base Sigonella and an Italian Air Force base in Sicily, Italy. Although a tenant of the Italian Air Force, NAS Sigonella acts as landlord to more than 40 other U.S. commands and activities. It is located west and south of the city of Catania, and some south of Mount Etna

Naval Air Station Whidbey Island
Naval Air Station Whidbey Island is a naval air station located in two sections around Oak Harbor, Washington, USA. It was commissioned as an active U.S. Navy installation on 21 September 1942.

Naval Air Station Whiting Field
Naval Air Station Whiting Field is a United States Navy base located near Milton, Florida, in central Santa Rosa County, and is one of the Navy's two primary pilot training bases . NAS Whiting Field also provides training for U.S. Marine Corps, Coast Guard, and Air Force student pilots, as well as those of several allied nations

Naval architecture
Naval architecture is an engineering discipline dealing with the design, construction, maintenance and operation of marine vessels and structures. Naval architecture involves basic and applied research, design, development, design evaluation and calculations during all stages of the life of a marine vehicle

Naval Base Kitsap
Naval Base Kitsap is a U.S. Navy base located on the Kitsap Peninsula in Washington state. It was created in 2004 by merging the former Naval Station Bremerton with Naval Submarine Base Bangor

Naval history
Naval history is the area of military history concerning war at sea and the subject is also a sub-discipline of the broad field of maritime history.

Naval mine
A naval mine is a self-contained explosive device placed in water to destroy surface ships or submarines. Unlike depth charges, mines are deposited and left to wait until they are triggered by the approach of, or contact with, an enemy vessel

Naval ranks and insignia of India
The following graphs presents the officer ranks of the Indian navy. These ranks generally correspond with those of Western militaries, and reflect those of the British military ranks.- Officer ranks :AdmiralVice admiralCommodoreCommanderLieutanent Commander

Naval Station Argentia
Naval Station Argentia is a former base of the United States Navy that operated from 1941-1994. It was established in the community of Argentia in what was then the Dominion of Newfoundland, which later became the tenth Canadian province .-Construction:Established under the British-U.S

Naval Station Everett
Naval Station Everett is the United States Navy's most modern facility. It is located next to the marina area of the city of Everett, WA, 25 miles north of Seattle. The Navy Support Complex is located between Marysville and Arlington, 11 miles north of the naval station. Naval Station , Everett is located on the northeast side of Puget Sound

Naval Station Norfolk
Naval Station Norfolk, in Norfolk, Virginia, is a base of the United States Navy, supporting naval forces in the United States Fleet Forces Command, those operating in the Atlantic Ocean, Mediterranean Sea, and Indian Ocean

Naval Station Rota, Spain
Naval Station Rota is a Spanish naval base commanded by a Spanish Vice Admiral and fully funded by the United States of America. Located in Rota, Spain, and near the Spanish town of El Puerto de Santa María, NavSta Rota is the largest American military community in Spain and houses US Navy Sailors, Marines, and their families

Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay
Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay is a base of the United States Navy located adjacent to the town of St. Marys in Camden County, Georgia, in southeastern Georgia, and not far from Jacksonville, Florida. The Submarine Base is the U.S. Atlantic Fleet's home port for U.S. Navy Fleet ballistic missile nuclear submarines armed with Trident missile nuclear weapons

Naval War College
The Naval War College is an education and research institution of the United States Navy that specializes in developing ideas for naval warfare and passing them along to officers of the Navy. The college is located on the grounds of Naval Station Newport in Newport, Rhode Island

Navarre
Navarre , officially the Chartered Community of Navarre is an autonomous community in northern Spain, bordering the Basque Country, La Rioja, and Aragon in Spain and Aquitaine in France

Navasota, Texas
Navasota is a city in Grimes County, Texas, United States. The population was 6,789 at the 2000 census. In 2005, the Texas Legislature named the city "The Blues Capital of Texas," in honor of the late Mance Lipscomb, a Navasota native and blues musician.

Navdeep Singh
Captain / Major Navdeep Singh is an author, activist, lawyer and a member of the Indian Territorial Army.-Achievements:Captain /Major Navdeep Singh is the most decorated officer in the history of the Indian Territorial Army, a volunteer force in which gainfully employed and self employed professionals receive military training for a few days in a year so that in the

Navier-Stokes equations
In physics, the Navier–Stokes equations, named after Claude-Louis Navier and George Gabriel Stokes, describe the motion of fluid substances. These equations arise from applying Newton's second law to fluid motion, together with the assumption that the fluid stress is the sum of a diffusing viscous term , plus a pressure term.The equations are

Navigation
Navigation is the process of monitoring and controlling the movement of a craft or vehicle from one place to another. It is also the term of art used for the specialized knowledge used by navigators to perform navigation tasks

Navistar DT engine
The Navistar DT engine family is a line of mid-range inline-6 diesel engines. Withhorsepower ratings ranging from to , the Navistar DT engines are used primarily in medium-duty truck and bus

Navistar International
Navistar International Corporation is a United States-based holding company that owns the manufacturer of International brand commercial trucks, MaxxForce brand diesel engines, IC Bus school and commercial buses, Workhorse brand chassis for motor homes and step vans, and is a private label designer and manufacturer of diesel engines for the

Navistar VT engine
The International Truck and Engine VT engine, also sold as the Ford Power Stroke, is a Diesel V8 engine. It is used as the Power Stroke in Ford's F-Series Super Duty and under the International name in the International XT trucks

Navjot Singh Sidhu
Navjot Singh Sidhu is former Indian cricket star . After retirement from cricket Navjot Singh Sidhu took up television commentary, and politics. He was later forced to resign from his political position because he was convicted of homicide.-Biography:

Navy
A navy is the branch of a nation's armed forces principally designated for naval and amphibious warfare; namely, lake- or ocean-borne combat operations and related functions

Navy of Egypt
The Egyptian Navy is the maritime branch of the Egyptian Armed Forces. The navy's missions include protection of more than 2,000 kilometers of coastline of the Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea, defense of approaches to the Suez Canal, and support for army operations. Majority of the navy was created with the help of the Soviet Union in the 1960s

Navy Pier
Navy Pier is a long pier on the Chicago shoreline of Lake Michigan. It is located in the Streeterville neighborhood of the Near North Side community area. The pier was built in 1916 at a cost of $4.5 million, equivalent to $ today. It was a part of the Plan of Chicago developed by architect and city planner Daniel Burnham and his associates

Navy-Marine Corps Court of Criminal Appeal
The Navy-Marine Corps Court of Criminal Appeals is the intermediate appellate court for criminal convictions in the United States Navy and the Marine Corps.

Nawab of Bengal
The Nawabs of Bengal were the hereditary nazims or subadars of the subah of Bengal during the Mughal rule and the de-facto rulers of the province.-History:

Nawabzada Sher Ali Khan Pataudi
Major General Nawabzada Sher Ali Khan of Pataudi HJ, was born 13 May 1913, the second son of Nawab Ibrahim Ali Khan of Pataudi, in Pataudi. He was educated at Aitchison College, Lahore, the Prince of Wales Royal Indian Military College , Dehradun and the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.He was commissioned into the 7th Light Cavalry of the British Indian Army in 1933

Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah
Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah is the half-brother of the current emir of Kuwait, Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah

Naxalite
The word Naxal, Naxalite or Naksalvadi is a generic term used to refer to various militant Communist groups operating in different parts of India under different organizational envelopes

Nayarit
Nayarit officially Estado Libre y Soberano de Nayarit is one of the 31 states which, with the Federal District, comprise the 32 Federal Entities of Mexico. It is divided in 20 municipalities and its capital city is Tepic.It is located in Western Mexico

Nazca Lines
The Nazca Lines are a series of ancient geoglyphs located in the Nazca Desert in southern Peru. They were designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994. The high, arid plateau stretches more than between the towns of Nazca and Palpa on the Pampas de Jumana about 400 km south of Lima

Naze
The Naze is a headland on the east coast of England. It is on the coast of Essex just north of Blackwater and projects into the North Sea. This area is south of the double estuary of the River Stour and River Orwell at Harwich and just north of the town of Walton-on-the-Naze.The Naze is a peninsula north of the town

Nazi concentration camp badges
Nazi concentration camp badges, primarily triangles, were part of the system of identification in Nazi camps. They were used in the concentration camps in the Nazi-occupied countries to identify the reason the prisoners had been placed there. The triangles were made of fabric and were sewn on jackets and trousers of the prisoners

Nazi concentration camps
Nazi Germany maintained concentration camps throughout the territories it controlled. The first Nazi concentration camps set up in Germany were greatly expanded after the Reichstag fire of 1933, and were intended to hold political prisoners and opponents of the regime

Nazi Germany
Nazi Germany , also known as the Third Reich , but officially called German Reich from 1933 to 1943 and Greater German Reich from 26 June 1943 onward, is the name commonly used to refer to the state of Germany from 1933 to 1945, when it was a totalitarian dictatorship ruled by

Nazi hunter
A Nazi-hunter is a private individual who tracks down and gathers information on alleged former Nazis, SS members and Nazi collaborators involved in the Holocaust, typically for use at trial on charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity

Nazi-Skinheads
White power skinheads are a white supremacist and antisemitic offshoot of the skinhead subculture. Many of them are affiliated with white nationalist organizations.

NBA Development League
The NBA Development League, or NBA D-League, is the National Basketball Association's official minor league basketball organization. Known until summer 2005 as the National Basketball Development League , the NBA D-League started with eight teams in the fall of 2001

NBC Sunday Night Football
NBC Sunday Night Football is a weekly television broadcast of Sunday evening National Football League games on NBC that began airing on Sunday, August 6, 2006 with the pre-season opening Hall of Fame Game. Al Michaels serves as the play-by-play announcer, with Cris Collinsworth as the color commentator and Michele Tafoya as the sideline reporter

NCAA Division I Baseball Championship
The NCAA Division I Baseball Championship tournament is held each year from May through June and features 64 college baseball teams in the United States, culminating in the College World Series.

NCR 7
-Route:For mapping purposes, the route is split at Glasgow into Lochs and Glens and -Carlisle to Glasgow:The route runs from Carlisle across the border to Dumfries; this section takes a long route at present, but may change following the construction of an "all-purpose route" alongside the M6 extension

NCUBE
nCUBE was a series of parallel computing computers from the company of the same name. Early generations of the hardware used a custom microprocessor

Ndola
Ndola is the third largest city in Zambia, with a population of 495,000 . It is the industrial, commercial, on the Copperbelt, Zambia's copper-mining region, and capital of Copperbelt Province. It is also the commercial capital city of Zambia and has one of the three international airports, others being Livingstone and Lusaka

NDTV
NDTV is an Indian commercial broadcasting television network founded in 1988. It was founded by Prannoy Roy, an eminent journalist and current chairman and director of NDTV Group. NDTV currently has more than 1,000 employees producing news from over twenty locations in India

NDTV Profit
NDTV Profit is a business news channel started by New Delhi Television in January 2005. Started to provide competition to the monopoly enjoyed by CNBC-TV18, the channel has managed to garner a decent market share.

Neal Cassady
Neal Leon Cassady was a major figure of the Beat Generation of the 1950s and the psychedelic movement of the 1960s. He served as the model for the character Dean Moriarty in Jack Kerouac's novel On the Road.

Neal Shusterman
Neal Shusterman is a popular and successful American author of Young Adult literature.Shusterman was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. Even from a young age, Shusterman was an avid reader. At age 8, Shusterman sent a letter to E. B. White, informing him that he believed Charlotte's Web needed a sequel

Neamt County
Neamț is a county of Romania, in the historic region of Moldavia, with the county seat at Piatra Neamț. It has three communes, Bicaz-Chei, Bicazu Ardelean and Dămuc in Transylvania.-Demographics:

Neanderthal
The Neanderthal is an extinct member of the Homo genus known from Pleistocene specimens found in Europe and parts of western and central Asia

Near death experience
A near-death experience refers to a broad range of personal experiences associated with impending death, encompassing multiple possible sensations including detachment from the body; feelings of levitation; extreme fear; total serenity, security, or warmth; the experience of absolute dissolution; and the presence of a light.These phenomena are usually reported after an

Nebbi District
Nebbi District is a district in Northern Uganda. It is named after its main municipal, commercial and administrative centre, Nebbi, the location of the district headquarters.-Location:

Nebraska Legislature
The Nebraska Legislature is the supreme legislative body of the State of Nebraska, in the Great Plains region of the United States. The Legislature meets at the Nebraska State Capitol in the City of Lincoln, Lancaster County.

Nebraska State Patrol
The Nebraska State Patrol is Nebraska's only statewide full-service law enforcement agency. Serving Nebraska since 1937, State Patrol officers perform a wide variety of duties

Nebula
A nebula is an interstellar cloud of dust, hydrogen gas, helium gas and other ionized gases

Necati Sasmaz
Necati Şaşmaz is a Turkish actor, who starred in the popular television series Kurtlar Vadisi and its movie spin-offs, including Kurtlar Vadisi Irak .

Necedah Shrine
Necedah Shrine, officially the Queen of the Holy Rosary, Mediatrix of Peace Shrine, is a Marian shrine located in Necedah, Juneau County. Wisconsin. On November 12, 1949, Mary Ann Van Hoof reported receiving a vision from the Blessed Virgin Mary. She claimed that in subsequent visions she was told to "bring the truth to people" through prayer and the rosary

Nechisar National Park
Nechisar National Park is one of the National Parks of Ethiopia. Located in the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples Region immediately to the east of Arba Minch, its 514 square kilometers of territory include the "Bridge of God" , and the Nechisar plains east of the lakes

Neck
The neck is the part of the body, on many terrestrial or secondarily aquatic vertebrates, that distinguishes the head from the torso or trunk. The adjective signifying "of the neck" is cervical .-Boner anatomy: The cervical spine:The cervical portion of the human spine comprises seven boney segments,

Neckarbischofsheim
Neckarbischofsheim is a town in the district of Rhein-Neckar-Kreis, in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. It is situated 8 km northeast of Sinsheim, and 24 km southeast of Heidelberg.

Necklace
A necklace is an article of jewellery which is worn around the neck. Necklaces are frequently formed from a metal jewellery chain. Others are woven or manufactured from cloth using string or twine.

Necromancy
Necromancy is a claimed form of magic that involves communication with the deceased, either by summoning their spirit in the form of an apparition or raising them bodily, for the purpose of divination, imparting the ability to foretell future events or discover hidden knowledge

Necrophilia
Necrophilia, also called thanatophilia or necrolagnia, is the sexual attraction to corpses,It is classified as a paraphilia by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of the American Psychiatric Association. The word is artificially derived from the ancient Greek words: νεκρός and φιλία

Ned Flanders
Nedward "Ned" Flanders, Jr. is a recurring fictional character in the animated television series The Simpsons. He is voiced by Harry Shearer, and first appeared in the series premiere episode "Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire". He is the next door neighbor to the Simpson family and is generally loathed by Homer Simpson

Ned Kelly
Edward "Ned" Kelly was an Irish Australian bushranger. He is considered by some to be merely a cold-blooded cop killer — others, however, consider him to be a folk hero and symbol of Irish Australian resistance against the Anglo-Australian ruling class.Kelly was born in Victoria to an Irish convict father, and as a young man he