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Hog
-Animals:Other than the Domestic pig, Sus scrofa or Sus scrofa domestica, there are other species commonly called hogs, including:*The Red river hog*The Giant forest hog-Other:* The Hogs, the offensive line of the NFL's Washington Redskins.

Hogan (disambiguation)
A hogan is a Navajo dwelling.Hogan may also refer to:* Hulk Hogan, American wrestler.*Hogan *Hogan Cup, an Irish football championship trophy

Hogan (surname)
Hogan is a surname. If derived from the Irish Gaelic, Ó hÓgáin, it is diminutive of Og meaning "young". If it is derived from Cornish, it means "mortal"

Hogback (geology)
A hogback is a homoclinal ridge, formed from a monocline, composed of steeply tilted strata of rock protruding from the surrounding area. The name comes from the ridge resembling the high, knobby spine between the shoulders of a hog. In most cases, the two strata that compose a hogback are different types of sedimentary rock with differing weathering rates

Hogget
Hogget is a farming term that can refer to porcine or ovine young adult animals and may refer to:* A hog.* A live domestic sheep older than a lamb but younger that one year of age.* The meat from such an animal.

Hogmanay
Hogmanay is the Scots word for the last day of the year and is synonymous with the celebration of the New Year in the Scottish manner

Hogshead
A hogshead is a large cask of liquid . More specifically, it refers to a specified volume, measured in either Imperial units or U.S. customary units, primarily applied to alcoholic beverages such as wine, ale, or cider.

HOH (disambiguation)
HOH could refer to:* Hard Of Hearing* Harrow-on-the-Hill station, England; National Rail station code HOH.* Hash of Hashes, a common data structure in the Perl programming language.* Head of Household

Hohn
Hohn may refer to:*Hermann Hohn , German World War II general*Mark Hohn , Australian rugby league footballer*Uwe Hohn , German athlete and coach*Hohn, Schleswig-Holstein, a German municipality

HOI (disambiguation)
HOI may refer to:*Hearts of Iron, a computer game*Homeowners insurance

Hoi polloi
Hoi polloi , an expression meaning "the many", or in the strictest sense, "the majority" in Greek, is used in English to denote "the masses" or "the people", usually in a derogatory sense. Synonyms for "hoi polloi" include "..

Hoi Polloi (1935 film)
Hoi Polloi is the tenth short film starring American slapstick comedy team the Three Stooges. The trio made a total of 190 shorts for Columbia Pictures between 1934 and 1959.-Plot:

Hoist
Hoist may refer to:*Hoist , a machine for lifting loads*hoist controller, a machine for raising and lowering goods or personnel by means of a cable*Hydraulic hooklift hoist, another machine* Hoist , another machine

Hoist (motion)
A hoist motion is used in Canadian legislative bodies to cause a bill not to be read now, but six months hence, or any number of months hence.

Hoki
was a after Jingo-keiun and before Ten'ō. This period spanned the years from October 770 through January 781. The reigning emperor was .-Change of era:* 770 : The new era name was created to mark an event or series of events

Hokkaido
, formerly known as Ezo, Yezo, Yeso, or Yesso, is Japan's second largest island; it is also the largest and northernmost of Japan's 47 prefectural-level subdivisions. The Tsugaru Strait separates Hokkaido from Honshu, although the two islands are connected by the underwater railway Seikan Tunnel

Hokum
Hokum is a particular song type of American blues music - a humorous song which uses extended analogies or euphemistic terms to make sexual innuendos

Hokum (disambiguation)
Hokum may refer to:*Hokum, a type of song in American blues music.*A euphemism for "bullshit"*The NATO code name for the Kamov Ka-50, a Russian attack helicopter.*The Bell-Bristol Aerospace Hokum-X, a target drone for the U.S. Army

Hold
Hold may refer to:* Hold , interior cargo space* Hold , a place for an aircraft to loop around near its destination* Legal hold, a legal ruling or official declaration* Hold , a statistic that may be awarded to a relief pitcher

Hold (telephone)
In telephony, a call may be placed on hold, in which case the connection is not terminated but no verbal communication is possible until the call is removed from hold by the same or another extension on the key telephone system. Music on hold or On Hold Messaging may be played for the caller while the call is on hold, especially if the call has been placed to a customer service center

Hold On
-Albums:* Hold On! , by Herman's Hermits, or the title song* Hold On * Hold On * Hold On , or the title song* Hold On, by Carolyne Mas* Hold On, by Dan Hill

Hold On (EP)
Hold On is an EP by Spencer Tracy, released in July 2003. The EP features the new sound of Spencer Tracy with the dual vocals of Shaun Sibbes and Jessie Bennett

Hold On (John Lennon song)
"Hold On" is a song from the album John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band by John Lennon. It features only vocals, tremolo guitar, drums, and bass guitar, typical of the sparse arrangements Lennon favoured at the time

Hold On (Jonas Brothers song)
"Hold On" is a song by American pop band Jonas Brothers. The song was released as the band's first single from their self-titled second album in 2007. The iTunes music store named this single as #3 on their "Best of the Store" Playlist on August 7, 2007.

Hold On (Korn song)
"Hold On" is a song written and recorded by American nu metal band Korn, The Matrix, and Atticus Ross for Korn's untitled eighth studio album. It was released as the album's second single in October 2007.-Music and structure:

Hold On (KT Tunstall song)
"Hold On" is an alternative rock song performed by Scottish singer KT Tunstall. The song was written by Tunstall and produced by Steve Osborne for Tunstall's third album Drastic Fantastic . The song was released as the album's first single on 16 July 2007 in the United States and on 13 August 2007 in Canada

Hold On (Nitty Gritty Dirt Band album)
The album includes the third and final number one hit single by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, "Fishin' in the Dark".- Track listing :Hold On contains 10 tracks:#"Fishin' in the Dark" - 3:22#"Joe Knows How to Live" The album includes the third and final number one hit single by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, "Fishin' in the Dark".- Track listing :Hold On contains 10 tracks:#"Fishin' in the Dark" (Wendy Waldman, Jim Photoglo) - 3:22#"Joe Knows How to Live" The album includes the third and final number one hit single by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, "Fishin' in the Dark".- Track listing :Hold On contains 10 tracks:#"Fishin' in the Dark" (Wendy Waldman, Jim Photoglo) - 3:22#"Joe Knows How to Live" (Max D

Hold On (Razorlight song)
"Hold On" is the fifth single from Razorlight's second album Razorlight. It was released on the 9th July 2007 in the UK. It peaked at #80 in the UK charts, therefore failing to chart in the UK Top 40.-Tracklisting:CD:#Hold On

Hold On (Stellar Kart song)
"Hold On" is a song recorded by the Christian group, Stellar Kart. It was the final single from the album We Can't Stand Sitting Down and reached number #4 in 2006 on the Hot Christian Songs chart. It was the 16th most played song on Contemporary Christian music radio stations in 2007.It is about holding on to what you got.

Hold On (Triumph song)
"Hold On" is the eighth, and often, final track from their 1979 album Just a Game. The single was released on August 6, 1979 and rose to number 38 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song was written by Rik Emmett.

Hold On (Yolanda Adams song)
"Hold On" is a song by Yolanda Adams, the song was a single from her second holiday album "What a Wonderful Time". The song is not a holiday song, but an inspirational song intended to all year around play

Hold Out
Hold Out is the sixth album by American singer/songwriter Jackson Browne, released in 1980 . Although critically the album has not been as well received as other Browne recordings, it remains his only album to date to reach #1 on the Billboard chart.-History:Hold Out contains the fewest tracks of any Browne studio album , yet until 2008 had the

Hold Out (song)
"Hold Out" is a single released by New Zealand Idol Season three winner Matthew Saunoa as the winner's single. This single was written by The Feelers front man, James Reid.It reached number one on the New Zealand charts for one week in 2006.

Hold Your Fire (FireHouse album)
Hold Your Fire is the second studio album of the hard rock band FireHouse. It was released in June 1992. The album spent thirty weeks in the Billboard 200 Top Albums chart peaking at # 23.

Hold-ups
Hold-ups or stay-ups are stockings with a band of elastic sewn to the top, designed to hold the stockings up when worn, without the need for a garter belt or garters

Holdall
In American English, a holdall, or gym bag is a large bag made of cloth or leather typically with a rectangular base and a zippered opening at the top

Holden (band)
Holden is a French pop duo that began recording in 1997. The band members are Armelle Pioline and Dominique Dépret , with help from Pierre-Jean Grapin , Evan Evans and Richard Cousin .

Holder
Holder may refer to:People with the surname Holder:* Holder In mathematics:* Hölder condition* Hölder's inequality* Hölder mean* Jordan–Hölder theoremIn sports:* Holder In devices:

Holder (surname)
Holder is a surname, and may refer to:In politics and government:* Eric H. Holder, Jr. , United States Attorney General* Frederick Holder , South Australia politician* Janice M

Holding
The holding is a court's determination of a matter of law based on the issue presented in the particular case. In other words: under this law, with these facts, this result.-Appellate Review:

Holding company
A holding company is a company or firm that owns other companies' outstanding stock. It usually refers to a company which does not produce goods or services itself; rather, its purpose is to own shares of other companies. Holding companies allow the reduction of risk for the owners and can allow the ownership and control of a number of different companies

Hole
A hole is an opening in a solid.Hole or holes may also refer to:* Black hole* Blind hole* Electron hole, a concept in physics and chemistry* Fox hole or spider hole, in the military

Hole (Bottom episode)
"Hole" is the first episode of the third series of British television sitcom, Bottom. It was first broadcast on 6 January 1995. It is notable as the last of only three episodes to feature only the two main characters, however it is the only one of the three to be set entirely outside of the flat

Hole (Merzbow album)
Hole is a studio album by the Japanese noise musician, Merzbow. It was released in a limited edition of 500 copies and contained a live set done in 1992.-Track listing:All music by Masami Akita except where noted.# "Noisematrix" – 19:39

Hole in one (disambiguation)
A hole in one is a golf shot where a player hits the ball directly from the tee into the cup with one shot.Hole in one may also refer to:* A Hole in One, a 2004 film with Michelle Williams and Meat Loaf, set in the 1950s with lobotomy in the plot

Hole in the Wall (Australian game show)
Hole in the Wall is an Australian television game show hosted by Jules Lund, based on the Japanese game show Brain Wall. In the show, contestants are required to fit though holes in a polystyrene wall that moves towards them

Hole in the Wall (US game show)
Hole in the Wall is a game show that has aired in two versions on American television.The first version aired on the Fox television network from 2008 to 2009

Holes (song)
"Holes" is the fourth single from Mercury Rev's fourth studio album, Deserter's Songs. The single was released in Australia only as a limited edition tour EP on July 7, 1999, although promotional CD singles were distributed to UK radio stations in 2006

Holger
-Other uses:* Holger Danske * 9266 Holger, Main-belt Asteroid* Radio Holger

Holger (given name)
Holger is a Scandinavian masculine given name derived from the Old Norse name Hólmgeirr, the prefix hólmr meaning "island", and the suffix geirr meaning "spear". It is most common amongst Danish people. It is uncommon as a surname

Holiday
A Holiday is a day designated as having special significance for which individuals, a government, or a religious group have deemed that observance is warranted. It is generally an official or unofficial observance of religious, national, or cultural significance, often accompanied by celebrations or festivities

Holiday (2006 Indian film)
Holiday is a Bollywood film starring Dino Morea, Onjolee Nair and Kashmira Shah in the lead roles. It is produced and directed by Pooja Bhatt.

Holiday (America album)
Holiday is the fourth original studio album by American folk rock band America, released by Warner Bros. Records in June 1974 . The album was produced in London by noted Beatles producer George Martin.

Holiday (Dilana song)
"Holiday" is an original song written by Dilana, about how her life has changed after appearing on Rock Star: Supernova. On February 20, it was released with "Ring of Fire" as a B-side track, exclusively on digital download websites such as iTunes and MySpace , where fans can also listen to the full version for free. It is the first single from her U.S

Holiday (Goodies episode)
Holiday is an episode of the British comedy television series The Goodies — a BAFTA-nominated series for Best Light Entertainment Programme.

Holiday (novel)
Holiday is a Booker Prize-winning novel by English author Stanley Middleton.- Plot :The novel revolves around Edwin Fisher, a lecturer who takes a holiday at a seaside resort

Holiness
Holiness is the state of being holy or sacred.Holiness is being clean or pure, to be holy is to be like God.Holiness may also refer to:* Holiness movement, a specific tradition within evangelicalism

Holism
Holism is the idea that all the properties of a given system cannot be determined or explained by its component parts alone

Holism (disambiguation)
Holism may refer to:*Holism a philosophical concept*-holism, a general suffix pertaining to addiction* Complementary holism, a social theory or conceptual framework

Hollaback
Hollaback may refer to:*"Hollaback Girl", a 2005 single by Gwen Stefani.*Holla Back, a photoblog initiative to combat harassment.

Holland (Amtrak station)
The Holland Amtrak station is a train station in Holland, Michigan, United States served by Amtrak, the national railroad passenger system. The present facility, called the "Louis & Helen Padnos Transportation Center" serves as both an Amtrak station and a central hub Macatawa Area Express a bus system that serves Holland and the nearby town of Zeeland

Holland (band)
Holland was an American heavy metal band that formed in Chicago, Illinois in 1984. The short-lived band comprised vocalist Tommy Holland, guitarist Michael Angelo Batio, bassist Joey Cetner and drummer Brad Rohrssen.-History:

Holland (chicken)
Hollands are a fairly rare breed of large chickens that are dual purpose and originate from America.-History:The breed started with birds imported from Holland being crossed with White Leghorns, Rhode Island Reds, New Hampshires, and Lamonas, which created the White Hollands

Holland (russian band)
Gollandiya is a musical group from Russia, which plays "halfacoustic Petersburg's alternate music" [...], mostly in blues", as band members put it. It was founded in 2003 as an acoustic duo of Greta and Little ; afterwards band gained bassist Volodya and lost flautist

Holland (surname)
Toponomical surname indicative of ancestral origin in the Dutch region of Holland, the Netherlands, or the English region of Holland, Lincolnshire. It is also an Anglicized version of Ó hUallacháin and is a common surname on the Beara Peninsula in southwestern County Cork, Ireland

Hollar
Hollar may refer to:* John Hollar , American football fullback* Wenceslaus Hollar , also known as Václav or Wenzel Hollar, Bohemian etcher* 46280 Hollar, a main-belt asteroid, named for W. Hollar

Holler
"Holler" is one of the two songs picked as the first single from the Spice Girls' third studio album, Forever . The single was released as a double A-side single internationally, except within the United States and Canada

Nevada
Nevada is a state in the western, mountain west, and southwestern regions of the United States. With an area of and a population of about 2.7 million, it is the 7th-largest and 35th-most populous state. Over two-thirds of Nevada's people live in the Las Vegas metropolitan area, which contains its three largest incorporated cities

Nevada Corporation
A Nevada corporation is a corporation incorporated under Chapter 78 of Nevada Revised Statutes of the U.S. state of Nevada.Nevada, like the state of Delaware , is well known as a corporate haven

Nevada Smith
Nevada Smith is a 1966 American Western film starring Steve McQueen and made by Embassy Pictures and Solar Productions, in association with and released by Paramount Pictures. The movie was produced and directed by Henry Hathaway with Joseph E

Nevada Test Site
The Nevada National Security Site , previously the Nevada Test Site , is a United States Department of Energy reservation located in southeastern Nye County, Nevada, about northwest of the city of Las Vegas

Nevada World War II Army Airfields
During World War II, the United States Army Air Force established numerous airfields in Nevada for training pilots and aircrews of USAAF fighters and bombers.

Nevado del Ruiz
The Nevado del Ruiz, also known as La Mesa de Herveo or Kumanday in the language of the local pre-Columbian indigenous people, is a volcano located on the border of the departments of Caldas and Tolima in Colombia, about west of the capital city Bogotá. It is a stratovolcano, composed of many layers of lava alternating with hardened volcanic ash and other pyroclastic rocks

Nevado Sajama
Nevado Sajama is an extinct stratovolcano and the highest peak in Bolivia. The mountain is located in the Oruro Department, Sajama Province, Curahuara de Carangas Municipality, Sajama Canton. It is situated in the Sajama National Park in the southwest area of the country some 16–24 km from the border with Chile

Never Back Down
Never Back Down is a 2008 action film starring Sean Faris, Amber Heard, Cam Gigandet, and Djimon Hounsou. It was theatrically released on March 14, 2008. The film's respective tagline is "Win or lose..

Never Been Kissed
Never Been Kissed is a 1999 comedy film directed by Raja Gosnell and starring Drew Barrymore, David Arquette, Michael Vartan, Molly Shannon, Leelee Sobieski, John C. Reilly, Jessica Alba, Marley Shelton, James Franco , Giuseppe Andrews, Jeremy Jordan and Garry Marshall

Never Cry Wolf (book)
Never Cry Wolf is a book by Canadian author Farley Mowat, first published in 1963 by McClelland and Stewart. It was adapted into a film of the same name in 1983. It has been credited for dramatically changing the public image of the wolf to a more positive one. It is presented as a first-person narrative of Mowat's research into the nature of the Arctic Wolf

Neversink Reservoir
Neversink Reservoir is one of several in the Catskill Mountains that supply water to New York City and other communities along its water supply network. It is located in Sullivan County's Town of Neversink, 75 miles northwest of the city.

New age travellers
New Age Travellers are groups of people who often espouse New Age or hippie beliefs and travel between music festivals and fairs in order to live in a community with others who hold similar beliefs. Their transport and homes consist of vans, lorries, buses, narrowboats and caravans converted into mobile homes

New Albany, Indiana
New Albany is a city in Floyd County, Indiana, United States, situated along the Ohio River opposite Louisville, Kentucky. In 1900, 20,628 people lived in New Albany; in 1910, 20,629; in 1920, 22,992; and in 1940, 25,414. The population was 36,372 at the 2010 census. The city is the county seat of Floyd County

New Apostolic Church
The New Apostolic Church is a chiliastic church, converted to Protestantism as a free church from the Catholic Apostolic Church. The church has existed since 1879 in Germany and since 1897 in the Netherlands

New Braunfels, Texas
New Braunfels is a city in Comal and Guadalupe counties in the U.S. state of Texas that is a principal city of the metropolitan area. Braunfels means "brown rock" in German; the city is named for Braunfels, in Germany. The city's population was 57,740 as of the 2010 census, up 58% from the 2000 census population of 36,494. It is the seat of Comal County

New Britain
New Britain, or Niu Briten, is the largest island in the Bismarck Archipelago of Papua New Guinea. It is separated from the island of New Guinea by the Dampier and Vitiaz Straits and from New Ireland by St. George's Channel

New Britain Rock Cats
The New Britain Rock Cats are the Double-A minor league baseball affiliate of the Minnesota Twins Major League Baseball club. They compete in the Eastern League and play their home games at New Britain Stadium in New Britain, Connecticut.-History:

New Caledonia Barrier Reef
The New Caledonia Barrier Reef is located in New Caledonia in the South Pacific, and is the second-longest double-barrier coral reef in the world, after Australia's Great Barrier Reef.

New Caledonian Crested Gecko
The Crested Gecko, New Caledonian Crested Gecko, Guichenot's Giant Gecko or Eyelash Gecko, Rhacodactylus ciliatus, is a species of gecko native to southern New Caledonia. This species was thought extinct until it was rediscovered in 1994

New Canton, Illinois
New Canton is an incorporated town in Pleasant Vale Township, Pike County, Illinois, United States. The population was 417 at the 2000 census.-Geography:New Canton is located at .

New Castle and Frenchtown Turnpike and Rail Road
When New Castle's prosperity was threatened by the building of a canal connecting the Delaware River to the Chesapeake Bay, merchants and other businessmen constructed a railroad to cover the route from New Castle to the Chesapeake. Known as the New Castle-Frenchtown Railroad, it opened in 1828, which was also the same year as the canal

New classical macroeconomics
New classical macroeconomics, sometimes simply called new classical economics, is a school of thought in macroeconomics that builds its analysis entirely on a neoclassical framework. Specifically, it emphasizes the importance of rigorous foundations based on microeconomics

New College of California
New College of California was founded in the San Francisco Bay Area in 1971 by former Gonzaga University President, Father John Leary. After 37 years, it ceased operations in early 2008.

New Concord, Ohio
New Concord is a village in Muskingum County, Ohio, United States. The population was 2,651 at the 2000 census. New Concord is the home of Muskingum University and is served by a branch of the Muskingum County Library System.-Geography:

New Deal
The New Deal was a series of economic programs implemented in the United States between 1933 and 1936. They were passed by the U.S. Congress during the first term of President Franklin D. Roosevelt. The programs were Roosevelt's responses to the Great Depression, and focused on what historians call the "3 Rs": Relief, Recovery, and Reform

New Economy
The New Economy is a term to describe the result of the transition from a manufacturing-based economy to a service-based economy. This particular use of the term was popular during the Dot-com bubble of the late 1990s

New England
New England is a region in the northeastern corner of the United States consisting of the six states of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut

New England Aster
Symphyotrichum novae-angliae , commonly known as the New England Aster, is an herbaceous perennial in the composite family

New Era University
New Era University is a private, non-sectarian educational institution established by Iglesia Ni Cristo. It is located along Central Avenue, New Era, Quezon City.-History:

New Fire ceremony
The New Fire ceremony was an Aztec ceremony performed once every 52 years — a full cycle of the Aztec calendar— in order to stave off the end of the world.

New Flyer Industries
New Flyer Industries Inc. is a bus manufacturer in North America, headquartered in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. It also has factories in Crookston and St. Cloud, Minnesota, USA.-History:

New France
New France was the area colonized by France in North America during a period beginning with the exploration of the Saint Lawrence River by Jacques Cartier in 1534 and ending with the cession of New France to Spain and Great Britain in 1763

New Glarus, Wisconsin
New Glarus is a village in Green County, Wisconsin, United States at the intersection of Wisconsin Highways 69 and 39. It has a population of 2,304 according to the 2010 census. Since 2000 it has had a population growth of 9.09 percent. The village, as well as the town that surrounds it, was named after the Canton of Glarus in eastern Switzerland

New Guinea
New Guinea is the world's second largest island, after Greenland, covering a land area of 786,000 km2. Located in the southwest Pacific Ocean, it lies geographically to the east of the Malay Archipelago, with which it is sometimes included as part of a greater Indo-Australian Archipelago

New Hampshire
New Hampshire is a state in the New England region of the northeastern United States of America. The state was named after the southern English county of Hampshire. It is bordered by Massachusetts to the south, Vermont to the west, Maine and the Atlantic Ocean to the east, and the Canadian province of Quebec to the north

New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts
New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts was founded and incorporated in 1866, as a land grant college in Hanover in connection with Dartmouth College

New Hampshire Supreme Court
The New Hampshire Supreme Court is the supreme court of the U. S. state of New Hampshire and sole appellate court of the state. The Supreme Court is seated in the state capital, Concord. The Court is composed of a Chief Justice and four Associate Justices appointed by the Governor and Executive Council to serve during "good behavior" until retirement or the age of seventy

New Hanover County, North Carolina
-Demographics:As of the census of 2000, there were 160,307 people, 68,183 households, and 41,591 families residing in the county. The population density was 806 people per square mile . There were 79,616 housing units at an average density of 400 per square mile

New Haven 600
New Haven 600 is a series of shotguns manufactured by O.F. Mossberg & Sons on behalf of department stores, most notably the Montgomery Ward Company, Western Auto, and other retail stores. New Haven is one of O.F. Mossberg & Sons' private, promotional brands. The New Haven 600 is identical to the Mossberg 500 from O.F

New Haven Colony
The New Haven Colony was an English colonial venture in present-day Connecticut in North America from 1637 to 1662.- Quinnipiac Colony :A Puritan minister named John Davenport led his flock from exile in the Netherlands back to England and finally to America in the spring of 1637

New Haven, Connecticut
New Haven is the second-largest city in Connecticut and the sixth-largest in New England. According to the 2010 Census, New Haven's population increased by 5.0% between 2000 and 2010, a rate higher than that of the State of Connecticut, and higher than that of the state's five largest cities, and most cities in the northeastern part of the U.S

New Holland Ag
New Holland is a full range manufacturer of agricultural machinery. New Holland agricultural products include tractors, combine harvesters, balers, haying tools, equipment used in lawn, grounds and turf care, grape harvesters.

New Hospital for Women
The Elizabeth Garrett Anderson and Obstetric Hospital was a hospital in Bloomsbury, London in the United Kingdom. It was operated by the University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.-History:

New Idria, California
New Idria was an unincorporated town in San Benito County, California. It is named after a now-inoperative quicksilver mine of the same name. The mine itself was named in honor of the world's second largest quicksilver mine in Idrija, Slovenia The town grew to support the mining operations, but the mine closed in

New Imperialism
New Imperialism refers to the colonial expansion adopted by Europe's powers and, later, Japan and the United States, during the 19th and early 20th centuries; expansion took place from the French conquest of Algeria until World War I: approximately 1830 to 1914

New Jersey
New Jersey is a state in the Northeastern and Middle Atlantic regions of the United States. , its population was 8,791,894. It is bordered on the north and east by the state of New York, on the southeast and south by the Atlantic Ocean, on the west by Pennsylvania and on the southwest by Delaware

New Jersey Palisades
The Palisades, also called the New Jersey Palisades or the Hudson Palisades are a line of steep cliffs along the west side of the lower Hudson River in northeastern New Jersey and southern New York in the United States. The cliffs stretch north from Jersey City approximately 20 mi to near Nyack, New York

New Jersey State Police
The New Jersey State Police is the state police force for the state of New Jersey. It is a general-powers police agency with state wide jurisdiction when requested by the Governor, designated by Troop Sectors.-History:

New Jersey State Prison
The New Jersey State Prison , formerly known as Trenton State Prison, is a state prison in Trenton, New Jersey operated by the New Jersey Department of Corrections. It accommodated over 1,900 prisoners as of January, 2005.

New Jersey Transit
The New Jersey Transit Corporation is a statewide public transportation system serving the United States state of New Jersey, and New York, Orange, and Rockland counties in New York State

New Jersey Turnpike
The New Jersey Turnpike is a toll road in New Jersey, maintained by the New Jersey Turnpike Authority. According to the International Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association, the Turnpike is the nation's sixth-busiest toll road and is among one of the most heavily traveled highways in the United States

New Jersey v. T. L. O.
New Jersey v. T.L.O., 469 U.S. 325 is a decision by the Supreme Court of the United States addressing the constitutionality of a search of a public high school student for contraband after she was caught smoking. A subsequent search of her purse revealed drug paraphernalia, marijuana, and documentation of drug sales

New Jersey Zinc Company
The Horsehead Corporation , formerly the New Jersey Zinc Company, is an American producer of zinc and related materials.The New Jersey Zinc Company was for many years the largest producer of zinc and zinc products in the United States. The company thrived in the period from 1897 to 1966, at which time it merged with Gulf and Western Industries

New Keynesian economics
New Keynesian economics is a school of contemporary macroeconomics that strives to provide microeconomic foundations for Keynesian economics. It developed partly as a response to criticisms of Keynesian macroeconomics by adherents of New Classical macroeconomics.Two main assumptions define the New Keynesian approach to macroeconomics

New Kingdom
The New Kingdom of Egypt, also referred to as the Egyptian Empire is the period in ancient Egyptian history between the 16th century BC and the 11th century BC, covering the Eighteenth, Nineteenth, and Twentieth Dynasties of Egypt.

New Kingdom
The New Kingdom of Egypt, also referred to as the Egyptian Empire is the period in ancient Egyptian history between the 16th century BC and the 11th century BC, covering the Eighteenth, Nineteenth, and Twentieth Dynasties of Egypt.

New Lanark
New Lanark is a village on the River Clyde, approximately 1.4 miles from Lanark, in South Lanarkshire, Scotland. It was founded in 1786 by David Dale, who built cotton mills and housing for the mill workers. Dale built the mills there to take advantage of the water power provided by the river

New Lodge, Belfast
The New Lodge is an urban, working-class Catholic community in Belfast, Northern Ireland, immediately to the north of city centre. The landscape is dominated by several large tower blocks. The area has a number of murals, mostly sited along the New Lodge Road

New Madrid earthquake
The 1811-1812 New Madrid earthquakes were an intense intraplate earthquake series beginning with an initial pair of very large earthquakes on December 16, 1811. These earthquakes remain the most powerful earthquakes ever to hit the eastern United States in recorded history

New Madrid Seismic Zone
The New Madrid Seismic Zone , sometimes called the New Madrid Fault Line, is a major seismic zone and a prolific source of intraplate earthquakes in the southern and midwestern United States, stretching to the southwest from New Madrid, Missouri.The New Madrid fault system was responsible for the 1811–1812 New Madrid earthquakes and may have

New Madrid, Missouri
New Madrid is a city in New Madrid County, Missouri, 42 miles south by west of Cairo, Illinois, on the Mississippi River. New Madrid was founded in 1788 by American frontiersmen. In 1900, 1,489 people lived in New Madrid, Missouri; in 1910, the population was 1,882. The population was 3,334 at the 2000 census

New Meadows, Idaho
New Meadows is a rural city in Adams County, Idaho, United States, at the southern and upper end of the Meadows Valley, on the Little Salmon River. Located in the west central part of the state, just south of the 45th parallel north, the population was 496 at the 2010 census. New Meadows is located at the junction of the primary north-south highway in the state, U.S

New Melones Lake
New Melones Lake is an artificial lake in the central Sierra Nevada foothills of Calaveras- and Tuolumne County, California near Jamestown. This reservoir created by the construction of the New Melones Dam across the Stanislaus River has a capacity with a surface area of

New Mexico
New Mexico is a state located in the southwest and western regions of the United States. New Mexico is also usually considered one of the Mountain States. With a population density of 16 per square mile, New Mexico is the sixth-most sparsely inhabited U.S

New Mexico Activities Association
The New Mexico Activities Association is a nonprofit organization that regulates interscholastic programs for junior and senior high schools in New Mexico. It hosts the statewide sports championship games each year

New Mexico Lobo Basketball
The University of New Mexico Lobos men's basketball team represents the University of New Mexico in the Mountain West Conference in the NCAA Division I. UNM established basketball as a varsity sport in 1899, only eight years after the invention of the sport, but it wasn't until 1920 when they hired a new basketball coach

New Mexico State Penitentiary Riot
The New Mexico Penitentiary Riot, which took place on February 2 and 3, 1980, in the state's maximum security prison south of Santa Fe, was one of the most violent prison riots in the history of the American correctional system: 33 inmates died and more than 200 inmates were treated for injuries

New Mexico Territory
thumb|right|240px|Proposed boundaries for State of New Mexico, 1850The Territory of New Mexico was an organized incorporated territory of the United States that existed from September 9, 1850, until January 6, 1912, when the final extent of the territory was admitted to the Union as the State of New Mexico.-Statehood proposals:The Congressional Compromise of 1850 halted a bid for

New Model Army
The New Model Army of England was formed in 1645 by the Parliamentarians in the English Civil War, and was disbanded in 1660 after the Restoration

New moon
In astronomical terminology, the new moon is the lunar phase that occurs when the Moon, in its monthly orbital motion around Earth, lies between Earth and the Sun, and is therefore in conjunction with the Sun as seen from Earth