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HOPA
HOPA or Hopa may refer to:* Hopa, a district in the Artvin Province of Turkey* the Housing for Older Persons Act, an amendment to the U.S. Fair Housing Act* Aaron Hopa, a New Zealand rugby union player* Malus hopa a type of Crabapple tree

Hope (comics)
Hope is a fictional mutant character in the Marvel Comics who first appeared in Warlock vol 3 #1 and was created by Louise Simonson and Pasqual Ferry.-Fictional character biography:

Hope (EP)
Hope is the name of a Palace Songs EP released in 1994 on Drag City. The title "Agnes, Queen of Sorrow" is a reference to the short story "Jane Sinclair; or, the Fawn of Springvale" by 19th century author William Carleton.-Track listing:

Hope (Rush song)
"Hope" is an acoustic instrumental from Rush's 2007 album Snakes & Arrows. It was performed on a twelve-string guitar in D Modal tuning.- Background :"Hope" is one of the three instrumentals on the Rush album Snakes & Arrows

Hope (ship)
The Hope was an American brig class merchant ship involved in the Maritime Fur Trade along the northwest coast of North America and discovery in the Pacific Ocean

Hope (Swallow the Sun album)
Hope is the third album by Finnish melodic death metal / doom metal band Swallow the Sun. It was released February 7, 2007. Guest vocals by Jonas Renkse of Katatonia were featured on "The Justice of Suffering"

Hope (Toshiko Akiyoshi album)
Hope is a jazz album by pianist Toshiko Akiyoshi. It was recorded by Nippon Crown Records in December, 2005 and released in 2006. A CD single "Hope " was also released by Nippon Crown that includes the title track version included here and two new vocal versions, one in Japanese and one in English.-Track listing:All songs composed by Toshiko Akiyoshi except as noted:#"Feast

Hope (Toshiko Akiyoshi song)
Hope is a CD single by jazz pianist Toshiko Akiyoshi and singer Monday Michiru released in Japan on the Nippon Crown Record label. The instrumental version of the song "Hope" was taken from the 2006 Akiyoshi album of the same name, Hope

Hope Against Hope
Hope Against Hope is the 1988 debut album by Band of Susans, released in 1988 on Blast First. The CD version includes their debut EP Blessing and Curse, which contains "Sometimes" and "Where Have All The Flowers Gone"

Hope chest
A hope chest, dowry chest, cedar chest, or glory box is a chest used to collect items such as clothing and household linen, by unmarried young women in anticipation of married life.

Hopea
Hopea is a genus of plant in family Dipterocarpaceae. The genus was named after John Hope, 1725-1786, the first Regius Keeper of the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh. It contains about 104 species, distributed from Sri Lanka and southern India to southern China, and southward throughout Malesia to New Guinea

Hopelessly
"Hopelessly" is a pop song performed by English singer Rick Astley and written by Rob Fisher and him-self. It was produced by Gary Stevenson and Rick. The song was recorded for Astley's fourth album, Body & Soul.

Hopi
The Hopi are a federally recognized tribe of indigenous Native American people, who primarily live on the Hopi Reservation in northeastern Arizona. The Hopi area according to the 2000 census has a population of 6,946 people. Their Hopi language is one of the 30 of the Uto-Aztecan language family.The Hopi Reservation is entirely surrounded by the much larger Navajo Reservation

Hopkins (disambiguation)
Hopkins is an English and Welsh patronymic surname.Hopkins may also refer to:-Places:* Hopkins, BelizeIn the United States:* Hopkins, California was the name of Soda Springs, Nevada County, California* Hopkins, Michigan* Hopkins, Minnesota

Hopkins (TV series)
Hopkins is a seven-part documentary TV series set at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, a teaching hospital in Baltimore, Maryland . It premiered in the United States on June 26, 2008 on ABC and is currently airing in syndication on the We TV Network. The theme for the show "So Much to Say" was written by songwriter Matthew Puckett

Hoppa
Hoppa may refer to:*Waverley Hoppa a community transport operation in Surrey*Heathrow Hotel Hoppa the official transfer bus operation for most Heathrow hotels*John Hopoate, a rugby league footballer*Hoppá, a 1993 Hungarian film

Hopper
Hopper may refer to:-Mechanical parts:* A general term for a chute with additional width and depth for temporary storage* Hopper , a large container used for dust collection* Part of a combine harvester

Hops
Hops are the female flower clusters , of a hop species, Humulus lupulus. They are used primarily as a flavoring and stability agent in beer, to which they impart a bitter, tangy flavor, though hops are also used for various purposes in other beverages and herbal medicine

Hopscotch
Hopscotch is a children's game that can be played with several players or alone. Hopscotch is a popular playground game.- Court and rules :- The court :

Hor (disambiguation)
*Hor, an ancient Egyptian king of the thirteenth dynasty*Hor, a Christian martyr with his brother Besoy and mother Daydara - see Hor, Besoy, and Daydara*Hor, TibetHOR is an abbreviation that may refer to:

Hora
Hora may refer to:* Hora * Hora * "Hora" * Hora, any of several Western Classical goddesses, collectively Horae* Hora of Schwarz Stein* Whore in Swedish.People* Josef Hora – Czech poet

Horde
Horde may refer to:* Ordo * a clan or army of steppe nomads . See Orda * the Blue and White Horde, formed 1226, 1227* the Golden Horde, a Turkic-Mongol state established in the 1240s

Horde (comics)
Horde is the name of two fictional characters and one species in Marvel Comics.-Horde :The first Horde was an alien warlord. He had a shard of the Crystal of Ultimate Vision on his forehead, which made him invincible and immortal. Desiring the rest of the crystal, Horde coerced the X-Men to travel to the Citadel of Light and Shadow, where the crystal was hidden

Hore
-People:*Andrew Hore, NZ rugby player, brother of Charlie*Bradley Hore, Australian flyweight boxer*Charlie Hore, NZ rugby player, brother of Andrew*John Hore, British engineer*Johnny Hore, English footballer*Patrick Hore-Ruthven, British soldier and poet

Horehound
Horehound or hoarhound is a common name applied to two related genera of flowering plants in the family Lamiaceae:*Ballota*MarrubiumSpecifically, it may refer to the following species:*White Horehound or Common Horehound

Horizon
The horizon is the apparent line that separates earth from sky, the line that divides all visible directions into two categories: those that intersect the Earth's surface, and those that do not. At many locations, the true horizon is obscured by trees, buildings, mountains, etc., and the resulting intersection of earth and sky is called the visible horizon

Horizon (album)
Horizon was German dance-pop group Culture Beat's first album. It featured their first hit, No Deeper Meaning, which reached No. 5 in the Netherlands.-Track listing:# Horizon - 9:10# It's Too Late - 6:04# The Hyped Affect - 6:00

Horizon (general relativity)
There are several types of spacetime horizons that play a role in Einstein's theory of general relativity:* Absolute horizon, a boundary in spacetime in general relativity inside of which events cannot affect an external observer

Horizon (KAET TV program)
Horizon is a current events television program produced by KAET in Phoenix, Arizona. It is one of the two locally produced news program for KAET, the other being its sister program, Horizonte.-Format:

Horizon (The Carpenters album)
Horizon is the sixth consecutive platinum-certified album by American musical duo The Carpenters. It was recorded at A&M Records and recorded at 30 inches per second)

Horizon (U.S. magazine)
Horizon was a magazine published in the United States from 1958 to 1989. Originally published by American Heritage as a bi-monthly hardback, Horizon was subtitled A Magazine of the Arts. In 1978 Boone Inc. bought the magazine, which continued to cover the arts

Horizons (album)
Horizons is the second album by Australian metalcore band Parkway Drive, released on 6 October 2007 in Australia and 9 October 2007 internationally. Horizons was produced by Killswitch Engage guitarist Adam Dutkiewicz and recorded at Zing Studios in Massachusetts.The album debuted at #6 in the ARIA Albums Chart on 14 October 2007 and #27 in the Top Heatseekers chart

Horizons (Anathema album)
We're Here Because We're Here is the eighth studio album by British band Anathema, released on 31 May 2010. The working title of the album was Horizons

Horizont
The Horizont is a mechanical swing-lens panoramic camera. produced in the Soviet Union in the 1960s, it has an all-metal, rectangular body and removable grip and viewfinder.First introduced at Photokina in 1966.Film : 35mm filmPicture size : 24 x 58mm

Horizontal
Horizontal may refer to:*Horizontal plane, in astronomy, geography, geometry and other sciences and contexts*Horizontal coordinate system, in astronomy*Horizontalism, in monetary circuit theory*Horizontalism, in sociology

Horizontal integration
In microeconomics and strategic management, the term horizontal integration describes a type of ownership and control. It is a strategy used by a business or corporation that seeks to sell a type of product in numerous markets

Horizonte (TV)
Horizonte is a current events television program produced by KAET in Phoenix, Arizona. It is one of the two locally produced news program for KAET, the other being its sister program, Horizon

Hormiguero
Hormiguero is the Spanish word for anthill. It may refer to:*El Hormiguero, a popular Spanish television program that airs on Cuatro.*Hormigueros, Puerto Rico, a municipality located in the western region of the island.

Hormone (disambiguation)
Hormone may refer to:* Hormone, a chemical that sends messages in a plant or animal* "Hormone", the NATO reporting name for the Soviet/Russian Kamov Ka-25 military helicopter* Hormones, a 2008 Thai film

Hormones (2008 film)
Hormones is a 2008 Thai romantic comedy film directed by Songyos Sugmakanan. The literal meaning of the Thai title is 'restless hearts during school break' or 'school break, hearts aflutter'.-Plot:

Horn
Horn may refer to:* Horn , a pointed projection of the skin on the head of various animals. Source of all other uses below.* Horn, the substance that, apart from other functions, is the main component of the tissue that sheaths the bony core of horns and hoofs of various animals.- Places :*Cape Horn, the southernmost point of the continent of South America named

Horn of Plenty
Horn of Plenty may mean:*Cornucopia, a symbolic, hollow horn filled with the inexhaustible gifts of celebratory fruits*Craterellus cornucopioides, a mushroom resembling the shape of a cornucopia

Horn of Plenty (album)
Horn of Plenty is the debut studio album by Brooklyn-based indie rock band Grizzly Bear, released on November 9, 2004 on Kanine. It is primarily a solo album by the band's founding member Edward Droste, with contributions from drummer Christopher Bear.

Horn of Plenty (The Remixes)
Horn of Plenty is a remix album from Brooklyn based indie rock group Grizzly Bear.-Track listing:# "Campfire" – 4:04# "Merge" – 3:38# "A Good Place" – 4:51

Hornbeam
Hornbeams are relatively small hardwood trees in the genus Carpinus . Though some botanists grouped them with the hazels and hop-hornbeams in a segregate family, Corylaceae, modern botanists place the hornbeams in the birch subfamily Coryloideae

Horned Screamer
The Horned Screamer is a member of a small family of birds, the Anhimidae, which occurs in wetlands of tropical South America

Hornet
Hornets are the largest eusocial wasps; some species can reach up to in length. The true hornets make up the genus Vespa and are distinguished from other vespines by the width of the vertex , which is proportionally larger in Vespa and by the anteriorly rounded gasters .- Life cycle :In

Hornos
Hornos is a city located in the province of Jaén, Spain. According to the 2005 census , the city has a population of 657 inhabitants.

Horny
Horny is an adjective that can mean any one of the following:* An animal that possesses a horn * A slang term that describes a person who is sexually aroused and/or desires sexual satisfaction; hypersexual

Horny (Mark Morrison song)
"Horny" was a single released by British R&B artist Mark Morrison in 1997, taken from his album Return of the Mack.The song reached number five in the UK Singles Chart.-Track lising:CD1:# "Horny "# "Horny "

Horny (song)
"Horny" is a house song by producer Mousse T. and pop duo Hot 'n' Juicy, which reached number two in the UK Singles Chart in June 1998.The single entered the UK chart at number three on 6 June 1998, peaking one place higher the following week and staying on the chart for 17 weeks

Horror
Horror may refer to:*Horror fiction*Horror film*Horror and terror, two techniques in Gothic literature and film*Survival horror, a video game genre*Horror , 2003*Horror , 2008

Horror (album)
Horror is an album by Boston, Massachusetts metal band Cannae. Released in 2003, it was their second release and first on Prosthetic Records

Horror (GARO)
are fictional monsters in the Tokusatsu series Garo. Originally from a , the Horrors appear in the human world, attracted by the darkness inside human beings that they feed on. The Horrors come in many forms; they usually come in a black-winged skeleton humanoid form that can fly and feed on humans

Horror (With Blood Comes Cleansing album)
Horror is the second and last studio album by Georgian deathcore band With Blood Comes Cleansing. Released on January 22, 2008 by Victory Records to mixed reviews, it deals with the subject of the end of days or Armageddon.-Track listing:#Intro - 0:36

Horror Movie (Skyhooks song)
"Horror Movie" was the second single from the Skyhooks album Living in the Seventies and was their first number-one single in Australia, staying there for two weeks in March 1975.

Horse
The horse is one of two extant subspecies of Equus ferus, or the wild horse. It is a single-hooved mammal belonging to the taxonomic family Equidae. The horse has evolved over the past 45 to 55 million years from a small multi-toed creature into the large, single-toed animal of today

HORSE
H.O.R.S.E. is a form of poker commonly played at the high stakes tables of casinos. It consists of rounds of play cycling among:*Texas Hold 'em,*Omaha eight or better,*Razz,*Seven card Stud, and

Horse (musician)
Horse is a Scottish female singer-songwriter. She has a wide following in the United Kingdom, including many lesbian fans, has toured with Tina Turner and secured several record chart hits in Europe

Horse jumping obstacles
Various obstacles are found in competitive sports involving Horse jumping. These include show jumping, hunter, and the cross-country phase of the equestrian discipline of eventing. The size and type of obstacles vary depending on the course and the level of the horse and rider, but all horses must successfully negotiate these obstacles in order to complete a competition

Nissan CA engine
The CA engine is a 1.6 L to 2.0 L Inline-4 piston engine from Nissan designed for a variety of smaller Nissan vehicles to replace Z and smaller 4-cylinder L series engines. It is an iron block, aluminum head design with a timing belt, thus was cheaper to make than the timing chain setup on the Z and L engines. Earlier versions featured SOHC and 8 valves

Nissan Cefiro
The Nissan Cefiro is a intermediate-size automobile range sold in Japan and other countries. The 1989 model was introduced initially as a 4-door sedan, however a wagon was later produced. A large proportion were equipped with automatic transmissions.

Nissan CR engine
The CR engine is a 1.0 L, 1.2 L or 1.4 L straight-4 piston engine from Nissan. It is made by in Japan. It is an aluminum DOHC 16-valve design.It was first used in the Nissan K12 Micra/March in March 2002, then the Z11 Nissan Cube in October 2002 in Japan.

Nissan Elgrand
The Nissan Elgrand is a luxury MPV manufactured by Nissan since 1997, available in three model developments, the E50, the E51 and as of 2010 the E52.-E50 "First Generation":

Nissan Figaro
The Nissan Figaro is a small retro car manufactured by Nissan. The car was originally sold only in Japan. Despite this, the Nissan Figaro has become popular with owners in the UK and Ireland, given the popularity of second-hand Japanese import cars

Nissan GA engine
The GA engine is a 1.3 to 1.8 L inline 4 piston engine from Nissan. It has a cast iron block and an aluminum head. There are SOHC & DOHC versions, 12 valve & 16 valve versions, carbureted, single-point and multi-point injected versions, and versions with variable valve timing . The GA was produced from August 1987 through 2007. Since 1998 it was only available from Mexico

Nissan HR engine
The HR is a family of straight-3 and straight-4 automobile engines co-developed by Nissan and Renault. Renault calls it the H engine. It is made by in Japan.-HR10DDT:

Nissan March
The Nissan Micra, known in Latin America and in most of Asia as the Nissan and in North America as the Nissan Versa , is a supermini produced by the Japanese automaker Nissan since 1982.-Micra K10:

Nissan Maxima
The first car to wear the Maxima name was introduced in 1981. It was essentially a Japanese-market Bluebird 910 with a longer nose. The car was offered as the 810 Deluxe or 810 Maxima that first year, and all 810s became Maximas for 1982

Nissan Motors
, usually shortened to Nissan , is a multinational automaker headquartered in Japan. It was a core member of the Nissan Group, but has become more independent after its restructuring under Carlos Ghosn .

Nissan Murano
The first generation Nissan Murano was powered by a 3.5 litre 245 bhp V6 engine, also used in several other Nissan models like the Altima, Maxima, and Nissan 350Z, but specifically tuned for use in the Murano. Available with standard front-wheel-drive and optional all-wheel-drive , the Nissan Murano is one of the largest vehicles utilising a continuously variable transmission

Nissan Pathfinder
The Nissan Pathfinder is a SUV manufactured by Nissan Motors since 1986, derived from Nissan's compact pickup truck platform. The Pathfinder is slotted in size between the Murano and Armada or Patrol, but in price between the Xterra and Murano

Nissan Patrol
The Nissan Patrol is a four-wheel drive vehicle manufactured by Nissan in Japan since 1951. In Japan since 1980, it has been known as the Nissan Safari. The Patrol is available in Australasia, Central and South America, South Africa, parts of Southeast Asia and Western Europe as well as Iran and the Middle East

Nissan Primastar
The Nissan PrimaStar is a medium commercial vehicle originally launched in 2001, and is available in panel van, combi, bus and chassis cab configurations. Two wheelbases and two roof heights are available, as well as three diesel engines and a petrol. The vehicle resulted from a joint venture between German Opel, British Vauxhall and French Renault

Nissan Qashqai
The Nissan Qashqai, known as the Nissan Dualis in Japan and Australia, is a compact crossover SUV produced by the Japanese car manufacturer Nissan since 2007

Nissan QG engine
The QG engine is a 1.3 L, 1.5 L, 1.6 L, and 1.8 L straight-4 piston engine from Nissan. It is a lean-burn aluminum DOHC 4-valve design with variable valve timing and optional NEO Di direct injection.

Nissan Quest
The Nissan Quest is a minivan manufactured since 1993 by Nissan, and is now in its fourth generation. The first two generations of the Quest were a joint venture with Ford, which marketed a rebadged variant as the Mercury Villager

Nissan RB engine
The RB engine is a 2.0–3.0 L straight-6 four-stroke petrol/gasoline engine from Nissan produced from 1980-2004. A special limited edition the LMRB26 was also built during this time by General Motors in Australia.

Nissan S-Cargo
The Nissan S-Cargo is a small retro commercial van manufactured by Nissan. Its name was a double entendre meaning both "Small Cargo" as well as "Escargot", the French word for snail. This was because the styling of the S-Cargo looked a lot like a snail

Nissan Sentra
The Nissan Sentra is a compact car produced by automaker Nissan Motors and is generally a rebadged export version of the Japanese Nissan Sunny. The name "Sentra" is not used in Japan.

Nissan SR engine
The Nissan SR engine is a 1.6 L, 1.8 L, or 2.0 L straight-4 4-stroke internal combustion gasoline engine manufactured by Nissan Motors. It features an aluminum head and aluminum block with steel sleeves in selected models and features a DOHC 4-valve design, with variable valve timing on select models

Nissan Stanza
The Nissan Stanza started out in Japan as the Nissan Violet in 1973, and then was split into two other models in 1977 called the second generation Nissan Auster and Nissan Violet . All three bore the A10 series identifier, and were built in Japan at Hiratsuka and Oppama, Incidentally, the series name A10 is also used by Toyota for the first generation Toyota Carina

Nissan Sunny
The Nissan Sunny is a small car from Nissan. It was launched in 1966 as the Datsun 1000 and although production in Japan ended in 2004, it remains in production today for the African, American and Sri Lankan markets. In the US, the later models were known as the Nissan Sentra; in Mexico, the Sunny is known as the Nissan Tsuru

Nissan Tiida
The Nissan Tiida is a compact car, manufactured by Japanese automaker Nissan, replacing the Pulsar and the Sunny, and marketed also as the Nissan Versa, prominently in the United States

Nissan Titan
The Nissan Titan introduced in 2004, is a full-size pickup truck produced for the North American market by Nissan. The truck shares the stretched Nissan F-Alpha platform with the Nissan Armada and Infiniti QX56 SUVs, and is manufactured in Canton, Mississippi, United States.-Market and sales:The Titan is not intended to challenge the big 3 "Detroit Trucks" in sales numbers, but

Nissan VK engine
The VK engine is a V8 piston engine from Nissan. It is an aluminum DOHC 4-valve design.The VK56 engine was originally based on Nissan's VQ V6 rather than the VH V8 used in previous Q45/Cima models. Changes include: a variable polymer intake manifold, newly designed heads, and a larger drive by wire throttle chamber

Nissan Wingroad
The Nissan Wingroad is an automobile available only as a compact station wagon. The Wingroad is sold as a different name when manufactured as a commercial delivery van, called the Nissan AD van, or as it's known as the

Nissan X-Trail
The Nissan X-Trail is a compact crossover SUV produced by the Japanese automaker Nissan since 2001. It was one of Nissan's first crossover SUVs and was released about the same time as several other companies competing car-based compact SUVs including the Ford Escape and its Mazda Tribute sibling, the Hyundai Tucson, Honda CR-V and the Toyota RAV4.The X-Trail is positioned below the

Nissen hut
A Nissen hut is a prefabricated steel structure made from a half-cylindrical skin of corrugated steel, a variant of which was used extensively during World War II.-Description:

Nissim Ezekiel
' was an Indian Jewish poet, playwright, editor and art-critic. He was a foundational figure in postcolonial India's literary history, specifically for Indian writing in English.

Nitrazepam
Nitrazepam is a type of benzodiazepine drug and is marketed in English-speaking countries under the following brand names: Alodorm, Arem, Insoma, Mogadon, Nitrados, Nitrazadon, Ormodon, Paxadorm, Remnos, and Somnite

Nitric acid
Nitric acid , also known as aqua fortis and spirit of nitre, is a highly corrosive and toxic strong acid.Colorless when pure, older samples tend to acquire a yellow cast due to the accumulation of oxides of nitrogen. If the solution contains more than 86% nitric acid, it is referred to as fuming nitric acid

Nitrifying bacteria
Nitrifying bacteria are chemoautotrophic or chemolithotrophs depending on the genera bacteria that grow by consuming inorganic nitrogen compounds

Nitrile rubber
Nitrile rubber, also known as Buna-N, Perbunan, or NBR, is a synthetic rubber copolymer of acrylonitrile and butadiene. Trade names include Nipol, Krynac and Europrene.

Nitrite oxidoreductase
Nitrite oxidoreductase is an enzyme involved in nitrification. It is the last step in the process of aerobic ammonia oxidation, which is carried out by two groups of nitrifying bacteria: ammonia oxidizers such as Nitrosospira, Nitrosomonas and Nitrosococcus convert ammonia to nitrite, while nitrite oxidizers such as Nitrobacter and Nitrospira oxidize

Nitrobenzene
Nitrobenzene is an organic compound with the chemical formula C6H5NO2. It is a water-insoluble pale yellow oil with an almond-like odor. It freezes to give greenish-yellow crystals. It is produced on a large scale as a precursor to aniline. Although occasionally used as a flavoring or perfume additive, nitrobenzene is highly toxic in large quantities

Nitrocellulose
Nitrocellulose is a highly flammable compound formed by nitrating cellulose through exposure to nitric acid or another powerful nitrating agent. When used as a propellant or low-order explosive, it is also known as guncotton

Nitrogen
Nitrogen is a chemical element that has the symbol N, atomic number of 7 and atomic mass 14.00674 u. Elemental nitrogen is a colorless, odorless, tasteless, and mostly inert diatomic gas at standard conditions, constituting 78.08% by volume of Earth's atmosphere

Nitrogen cycle
The nitrogen cycle is the process by which nitrogen is converted between its various chemical forms. This transformation can be carried out by both biological and non-biological processes. Important processes in the nitrogen cycle include fixation, mineralization, nitrification, and denitrification

Nitrogen dioxide
Nitrogen dioxide is the chemical compound with the formula it is one of several nitrogen oxides. is an intermediate in the industrial synthesis of nitric acid, millions of tons of which are produced each year. This reddish-brown toxic gas has a characteristic sharp, biting odor and is a prominent air pollutant

Nitrogen fixation
Nitrogen fixation is the natural process, either biological or abiotic, by which nitrogen in the atmosphere is converted into ammonia . This process is essential for life because fixed nitrogen is required to biosynthesize the basic building blocks of life, e.g., nucleotides for DNA and RNA and amino acids for proteins

Nitrogen group
The nitrogen group is a periodic table group consisting of nitrogen , phosphorus , arsenic , antimony , bismuth and ununpentium .

Nitrogen mustard
The nitrogen mustards are cytotoxic chemotherapy agents similar to mustard gas. Although their common use is medicinal, in principle these compounds can also be deployed as chemical warfare agents. Nitrogen mustards are nonspecific DNA alkylating agents. Nitrogen mustard gas was stockpiled by several nations during the Second World War, but it was never used in combat

Nitrogen narcosis
Narcosis while diving , is a reversible alteration in consciousness that occurs while scuba diving at depth. The Greek word ναρκωσις is derived from narke, "temporary decline or loss of senses and movement, numbness", a term used by Homer and Hippocrates

Nitrogen oxide
Nitrogen oxide can refer to a binary compound of oxygen and nitrogen, or a mixture of such compounds:* Nitric oxide, also known as nitrogen monoxide, , nitrogen oxide* Nitrogen dioxide , nitrogen oxide

Nitromethane
Nitromethane is an organic compound with the chemical formula . It is the simplest organic nitro compound. It is a slightly viscous, highly polar liquid commonly used as a solvent in a variety of industrial applications such as in extractions, as a reaction medium, and as a cleaning solvent

Nitrous
Nitrous oxide is a chemical compound used as an oxidizing agent to increase an internal combustion engine's power output by allowing more fuel to be burned than would normally be the case.-Nitrous and NOS:

Nitrous oxide
Nitrous oxide, commonly known as laughing gas or sweet air, is a chemical compound with the formula . It is an oxide of nitrogen. At room temperature, it is a colorless non-flammable gas, with a slightly sweet odor and taste. It is used in surgery and dentistry for its anesthetic and analgesic effects

Nixon in China (opera)
Nixon in China is an opera in three acts by John Adams, with a libretto by Alice Goodman. Adams' first opera, it was inspired by the 1972 visit to China by US President Richard Nixon. The work premiered at the Houston Grand Opera on October 22, 1987, in a production by Peter Sellars with choreography by Mark Morris

Niyogi
Niyogis are a sect of Hindu Brahmins who gave up priestly occupations and are predominantly Telugu language speakers, from Andhra Pradesh, India.-Theories of origin:

Nizamuddin Auliya
Sultan-ul-Mashaikh, Mehboob-e-Ilahi, Hazrat Shaikh Khwaja Syed Muhammad Nizamuddin Auliya , also known as Hazrat Nizamuddin, was a famous Sufi saint of the Chishti Order in the Indian Subcontinent, an order that believed in drawing close to God through renunciation of the world and service to humanity. He is one of the great saints of the Chishti order in India

Nizhny Novgorod
Nizhny Novgorod , colloquially shortened to Nizhny, is, with the population of 1,250,615, the fifth largest city in Russia, ranking after Moscow, St. Petersburg, Novosibirsk, and Yekaterinburg

Nkangala District Municipality
Nkangala is one of the 3 districts of Mpumalanga province of South Africa. The seat of Nkangala is Middelburg. The Nkangala District Municipality consists of 160 towns and villages. The most spoken language of its 1 020 592 people is IsiNdebele

Nkayi (District)
Nkayi is a district in Matabeleland North province in Zimbabwe. The ethnic Ndebele form a majority in the district.Nkayi Rural District Hospital serves the district

Nkem Owoh
Nkem Owoh is a Nigerian actor and comedian. In 2008 he won the African Movie Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role.-Early life:Owoh was born in Enugu, Nigeria. After his primary and secondary school he headed to the University of Ilorin and studied engineering

NKVD massacres of prisoners
The NKVD prisoner massacres were a series of mass executions committed by the Soviet NKVD against prisoners in Eastern Europe, primarily Poland, Ukraine, the Baltic states, Bessarabia and other parts of the Soviet Union from which the Red Army was withdrawing after the German invasion in 1941

Nmap
Nmap is a security scanner originally written by Gordon Lyon used to discover hosts and services on a computer network, thus creating a "map" ofthe network

NMEA 2000
NMEA 2000 is a combined electrical and data specification for a marine data network for communication between marine electronic devices such as depth finders, nautical chart plotters, navigation instruments, engines, tank level sensors, and GPS receivers

Nnamdi Azikiwe
Benjamin Nnamdi Azikiwe , usually referred to as Nnamdi Azikiwe and popularly known as "Zik", was one of the leading figures of modern Nigerian nationalism who became the first President of Nigeria after Nigeria secured its independence from the United Kingdom on 1 October 1960; holding the presidency throughout the Nigerian First

Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport
Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport is an international airport located in Abuja, FCT, Nigeria, and is the main airport serving the Nigerian capital city. It was named after Nigeria's first President, Dr Nnamdi Azikiwe. It consists of an international and a domestic terminal. Both terminals share the same runway

Nnewi
Nnewi is the second largest city in Anambra State in southeastern Nigeria. Nnewi as a metropolitan city encompasses two local government areas, Nnewi North and Nnewi South; Nnewi North is commonly referred to as Nnewi central, and comprises four autonomous quarters: Otolo, Uruagu, Umudim, and Nnewi-ichi

No ball
In the sport of cricket a no ball is a penalty against the fielding team, usually as a result of an illegal delivery by the bowler. The delivery of a no ball results in one run to be added to the batting team's score, and an additional ball must be bowled

No Child Left Behind Act
The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 is a United States Act of Congress concerning the education of children in public schools.NCLB was originally proposed by the administration of George W. Bush immediately after he took office

No Country for Old Men
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No Doubt
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No Frills (grocery store)
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No Limit Records
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No Man Is an Island
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No taxation without representation
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