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Inquisition (song)
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Inquisition Symphony (album)
Inquisition Symphony is the second studio album by the Finnish metal band Apocalyptica. The album branches from their previous effort, containing only four Metallica covers. The remainder of the compositions are by Faith No More, Pantera, and Sepultura, as well as three originals by Apocalyptica bandleader Eicca Toppinen

Inquisitor
An inquisitor was an official in an Inquisition, an organisation or program intended to eliminate heresy and other things frowned on by the Roman Catholic Church

Inquisitor (disambiguation)
An inquisitor was an official in an Inquisition led by the Roman Catholic Church.Inquisitor may also refer to:* Inquisitor , a fictional character in the TV series

Inquisitor (hardware testing software)
Inquisitor is a software suite used for hardware diagnostics, stress testing, certification and benchmarking platform. It is available in 3 formats:

INR
- Codes :INR is:* the ISO 4217 currency code of the Indian rupee * the Federal Aviation Administration location identifier of the McKinley National Park Airport, McKinley Park, Alaska, United States

INRI (Psyclon Nine album)
INRI is Psyclon Nine's second studio album, released on April 26, 2005 by Metropolis Records in the US, and NoiTekk in Germany. INRI comes from the Latin phrase which, translated into English, means "Jesus the Nazarene, King of the Jews". The songs are of the dark, aggrotech genre focusing on religious themes. The album contains a cover of Ministry's "You Know What You Are"

Inroads
INROADS was founded in 1970 by Frank C. Carr to fix what he perceived to be a lack of ethnic diversity in corporate America. INROADS originally launched with only 25 interns working at 17 sponsoring corporations in the Chicago area

INS
The acronym "INS" can refer to:* Immigration and Naturalization Service * Indian Naval Ship, formerly Her Majesty's Indian Ship prior to 1950.

Insane (single)
"Insane" is the second single from the Wipers' album The Herd.

Insanity
Insanity, craziness or madness is a spectrum of behaviors characterized by certain abnormal mental or behavioral patterns. Insanity may manifest as violations of societal norms, including becoming a danger to themselves and others, though not all such acts are considered insanity

Insanity (radio)
Insanity Radio is the student radio station of Royal Holloway, University of London and a member of the UK Student Radio Association. Established in 1998, the station broadcasts throughout the year on a LPAM license, with presenters in the studio presenting a varied schedule from 8AM till 2AM every day during term time

Insanity (song)
"Insanity" is a song written by Peter Mansson, Patric Sarin, Darin Zanyar and recorded by Swedish singer Darin. It was released as the fourth single from Darin's third studio record Break the News, though it was the first release from the album in Germany and selected other European countries.-Formats and track listings:Enhanced CD maxi single:#"Insanity" — 3:45#"Insanity" "Insanity" is a song written by Peter Mansson, Patric Sarin, Darin Zanyar and recorded by Swedish singer Darin. It was released as the fourth single from Darin's third studio record Break the News, though it was the first release from the album in Germany and selected other European countries.-Formats and track listings:Enhanced CD maxi single:#"Insanity" — 3:45#"Insanity" "Insanity" is a song written by Peter Mansson, Patric Sarin, Darin Zanyar and recorded by Swedish singer Darin. It was released as the fourth single from Darin's third studio record Break the News, though it was the first release from the album in Germany and selected other European countries.-Formats and track listings:Enhanced CD maxi single:#"Insanity" — 3:45#"Insanity" (The

Insatiable
"Insatiable" is the debut solo single released by Australian singer Darren Hayes, former lead singer of the band Savage Garden, in 2002.The song reached #3 on the Australian ARIA Charts on 21 January 2002, and #8 on the UK Singles Chart on 14 April.

Insatiable (Elise Estrada song)
"Insatiable" is a song by the Canadian singer Elise Estrada. It peaked at #44 on Canadian Hot 100, and is in radio station CFBT-FM's regular rotation.-Charts:

Insatiable (novel)
Insatiable is an autobiographical novel from French PR worker Valérie Tasso.-Plot summary:The book begins with her as a confident and sexually adventurous senior PR worker. On a business trip to Peru she decides to have sex with a fat and unattractive man

Inscape (journal)
Inscape is the creative writing journal for Brigham Young UniversityAs quoted in every issue of Inscape, it is "the inward quality of objects as they are perceived by the joined introspection of a poet, who in turn embodies them in unique poetic forms."

Inscribe
right|thumb|An inscribed triangle of a circleIn geometry, an inscribed planar shape or solid is one that is enclosed by and "fits snugly" inside another geometric shape or solid. To say that "Figure F is inscribed in figure G" means precisely the same thing as "figure G is circumscribed about figure F"

Insect
Insects are a class of living creatures within the arthropods that have a chitinous exoskeleton, a three-part body , three pairs of jointed legs, compound eyes, and two antennae

Insecticidal
Insecticidal is a 2005 [Horror Thriller featuring giant, killer insects. A college student is modifying insects until a housemate tries to kill them

Insecticide
An insecticide is a pesticide used against insects. They include ovicides and larvicides used against the eggs and larvae of insects respectively. Insecticides are used in agriculture, medicine, industry and the household. The use of insecticides is believed to be one of the major factors behind the increase in agricultural productivity in the 20th century

Insecticide (video game)
Insecticide is a story-driven action-adventure game by Crackpot Entertainment and published by Gamecock Media Group for Nintendo DS, and Windows

Insecticons
Insecticons is the name given to a sub-group of fictional characters in the Transformers Universes, referred to as Insectrons in the Japanese version. The name was also used for several fictional characters in the Transformers Universes

Insecticons
Insecticons is the name given to a sub-group of fictional characters in the Transformers Universes, referred to as Insectrons in the Japanese version. The name was also used for several fictional characters in the Transformers Universes

Insectivora
The order Insectivora is a now-abandoned biological grouping within the class of mammals

Insecurity
Insecurity is a feeling of general unease or nervousness that may be triggered by perceiving of oneself to be vulnerable in some way, or a sense of vulnerability or instability which threatens one's self-image or ego.

Insecurity
Insecurity may refer to:* Lack of security in an objective sense:** Risk** Data security** Computer security* Emotional insecurity in psychology- Media :*InSecurity, a Canadian television sitcom

Insel
Insel is a village and a former municipality in the district of Stendal, in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. Since 1 September 2010, it is part of the town Stendal.

Insemination
Insemination is the deliberate introduction of sperm into the uterus of a mammal or the oviduct of an oviparous animal for the objective of impregnating a female for reproduction

Insensitive
Insensitive refers to a lack of sensitivity. It may also refer to:* "Insensitive" , a 1995 song by Canadian singer Jann Arden* Insensitive , an episode of the TV series House

Insensitive (House)
"Insensitive" is the fourteenth episode of the third season of House and the sixtieth episode overall.-Plot:The episode begins with teenage Hannah being taken to the hospital by her apparently overprotective mother after falling on ice

Insensitive (song)
"Insensitive" is the title of a track from the 1994 Jann Arden album Living Under June; an international hit single, "Insensitive" remains the career record for Arden

Inseparability (services)
Inseparability is used in marketing to describe a key quality of services as distinct from goods. Inseparability is the characteristic that a service has which renders it impossible to divorce the supply or production of the service from its consumption.

Inseparable
Inseparable is another way of saying "cannot be separated".Inseparable may refer to:* in mathematics, inseparable differential equation, or in general the opposite of separable in any of its meanings

Inseparable (song)
"Inseparable" is a song originally recorded by R&B singer Natalie Cole. Released in 1975, it was her second straight number one single on the Hot Soul Singles chart from her debut album,Inseparable, and also reached number thirty-two on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles chart

Insert
Insert may refer to:*Insert *Insert *Insert *Insert *Insert key on a computer keyboard, used to switch between insert mode and overstrike mode*Insert *Insert *Fireplace insert

Insert (molecular biology)
In Molecular biology, an insert is a piece of DNA that is inserted into a larger DNA vector by a recombinant DNA technique, such as ligation or recombination. This allows it to be multiplied, selected, further manipulated or expressed in a host organism.

Insertion
Insertion may refer to:*Insertion , the point of a tendon or ligament onto the skeleton or other part of the body*Insertion , the addition of DNA into a genetic sequence*Insertion loss, in electronics

Insertion (anatomy)
Insertion is the point at which a muscle attaches to the skin, a bone, or another muscle. The insertion attaches to the structure that will be moved by the contraction of the muscle. Insertions are usually connections of muscle via tendon to bone. The opposite end of the muscle is called the origin.

Inshallah (novel)
Inshallah is a novel written by Oriana Fallaci chronicling the experiences of a fictional group of Italian soldiers on a 1983 peace keeping mission in Beirut

Inside
-Film:* Inside , a film about Apartheid directed by Arthur Penn, starring Eric Stoltz, written by Bima Stagg* Histoire de Pen, released internationally as Inside, a 2002 prison drama* The Inside, a 2005 crime television series

Inside
-Film:* Inside , a film about Apartheid directed by Arthur Penn, starring Eric Stoltz, written by Bima Stagg* Histoire de Pen, released internationally as Inside, a 2002 prison drama* The Inside, a 2005 crime television series

Inside (2007 film)
Inside is a 2007 French horror film directed by Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo, starring Alysson Paradis and Béatrice Dalle. It was written by co-director Alexandre Bustillo, and is the first film from either director

Inside (David Reilly EP)
Inside is the first solo EP released by David Reilly of God Lives Underwater in 2004."Blaming the Truth" & "Far From Home" are demo versions

Inside (Monica song)
"Inside" is an R&B song from Monica's second studio album The Boy Is Mine. It was released outside US as the album's fourth single in early 1999. Chart positions are currently unknown. The video, directed by Earle Sebastian "Inside" is an R&B song from Monica's second studio album The Boy Is Mine. It was released outside US as the album's fourth single in early 1999. Chart positions are currently unknown. The video, directed by Earle Sebastian "Inside" is an R&B song from Monica's second studio album The Boy Is Mine. It was released outside US as the album's fourth single in early 1999. Chart positions are currently unknown. The video, directed by Earle Sebastian (known for his work for Madonna, Mary J

Inside (Presence album)
-Personnel:Presence*Gary Biddles — vocals*Alan Burgess — drums*Roberto Soave — bass guitar*Rob Steen — guitar*Laurence Tolhurst — keyboard*Chris Youdell — keyboardProduction*Produced by Presence

Inside (Ronnie Milsap song)
"Inside" is a song made famous by country music singer Ronnie Milsap. Originally released in 1982, the song extended his early 1980s success as both a country and crossover artist when it reached its peak popularity in early 1983.-About the song:

Inside Baseball
Inside Baseball is a strategy in baseball developed by the 19th-century Baltimore Orioles team and promoted by John McGraw. In his book, My Thirty Years of Baseball, McGraw credits the development of the "inside baseball" to manager Ned Hanlon. In the 1890s, this kind of play was referred to as "Oriole baseball" or "Baltimore baseball"

Inside Baseball (disambiguation)
Inside baseball may refer to:* Inside Baseball * Inside baseball * Inside Baseball: A Half Century of the National Pastime by sports writer Arthur Daley, covering the first half of the 20th Century

Inside edge
Inside Edge provides advance scouting services and tools to baseball teams and media. Inside Edge scouting reports were used extensively by six World Champions in a row: the New York Yankees, the Florida Marlins, Yankees, Yankees, Yankees, and the Arizona Diamondbacks

Inside job
Inside job refers to a crime committed by a person with a position of trust, such as insider trading.Inside job may also refer to:* Inside Job , a 2005 novella by Connie Willis* Inside Job , a 2000 studio album by Don Henley

Inside Out
Inside Out was a hardcore punk band from Orange County, California. It was fronted by Zack de la Rocha, later of Rage Against the Machine.-Biography:

Inside Out (Bryan Adams song)
"Inside Out" is a song by Canadian singer Bryan Adams from his 1998 album On a Day Like Today. It is also featured on his greatest hits album The Best of Me. It was released as a single in 2000

Inside Out (Charlie Major album)
Inside Out is the sixth album released by Canadian country music singer Charlie Major. The album was written and produced entirely by Major

Inside Out (Culture Beat album)
-Track listing:# "Intro" - 2:24# "Walk the Same Line" - 5:58# "Get It Right" - 4:12# "Troubles" - 5:28# "Nothing Can Come..." - 4:55# "Take Me Away" - 5:25# "Miracle" - 5:35# "Inside Out" - 5:55# "Crying in the Rain" - 4:37# "Do I Have You ?" - 5:30

Inside Out (Culture Beat song)
"Inside Out" is a 1995 song recorded by the German eurodance band Culture Beat. It was the first single from their third studio album Inside Out. It was released in November 1995

Inside Out (Edgar Broughton Band album)
Inside Out was the fourth album by psychedelic rock group, Edgar Broughton Band. The album was originally released as "Harvest SHTC 252" in July 1972

Inside Out (Emmy Rossum album)
-Music videos:* "Slow Me Down" * "Falling" -Personnel:* Emmy Rossum — Writer, Vocals* Stuart Brawley — Producer, Writer, Mixer, Keyboards, Bass, Programming, String Arrangements, Synth

Inside Out (Eve 6 song)
"Inside Out" is the debut single of the alternative rock band Eve 6 from their debut album Eve 6. The song was a big hit, managing to top the Modern Rock Tracks chart three times

Inside Out (Into a Circle song)
1986 single from 80's group Into A Circle*12" Inside Out, Reward, Flow, Field of Sleep-Sleeve Notes:Hear my words, all you kings of men and boys of a thousand years. My words for all to follow - a path of obscurity, to obscurity... thru obscurity. Heed my words - Kiss My Lips...

Inside Out (Trisha Yearwood album)
Inside Out is the eighth studio album by country music singer Trisha Yearwood. It was her second studio album of the new millennium.The album reached #1 on the Billboard country albums chart. The album also contained the bonus track, "You're Where I Belong", on UK, Asian and Australian releases

Inside Out (TV series)
Inside Out was a short-lived Scottish children's television show, produced by Scottish Television and broadcast each Saturday and Sunday afternoon, from August to December 2000

Inside Track
Inside Track was a British property investment information company that went into administration in April 2008 following a downturn in the UK property market

Insider
An insider is a member of any group of people of limited number and generally restricted access. The term is used in the context of secret, privileged, hidden or otherwise esoteric information or knowledge: an insider is a "member of the gang" and as such knows things only people in the gang know.In our complicated and information-rich world, the concept of insider knowledge is

Insider (album)
Insider is the second album of the Manchester alternative rock band Amplifier. It was released by the German-based label SPV on 29 September in Germany and Austria then in the rest of Europe on 2 October.-Track listing:All songs by Sel Balamir

Insidious (Mephisto Walz album)
Insidious is the 5th full-length album by Mephisto Walz. All the tracks on this album were arranged, recorded, mixed, written and produced by Barry Galvin

Insight
Insight is the understanding of a specific cause and effect in a specific context. Insight can be used with several related meanings:*a piece of information

Insight (Adventist magazine)
Insight is a weekly magazine aimed at Seventh-day Adventist young people, published by Review and Herald. It has been described as one of the "most important" Adventist magazines.- History :

Insight (Australian TV program)
Insight is an current affairs television program, broadcast on the SBS network.-History:Insight started out as a national domestic current affairs program dealing primarily with Australian issues, while Dateline covered international ones.

Passat (ship)
Passat is a German four-masted steel barque and one of the Flying P-Liners, the famous sailing ships of the German shipping company F. Laeisz. The name "Passat" means trade wind in German. She is one of the last surviving windjammers.-History:

Passenger Pigeon
The Passenger Pigeon or Wild Pigeon was a bird, now extinct, that existed in North America and lived in enormous migratory flocks until the early 20th century

Passifloraceae
Passifloraceae is a family of flowering plants, containing about 530 species classified in around 18 genera. They include trees, shrubs, lianas and climbing plants, and are mostly found in tropical regions.

Passion flower
Passiflora, known also as the passion flowers or passion vines, is a genus of about 500 species of flowering plants, the namesakes of the family Passifloraceae. They are mostly vines, with some being shrubs, and a few species being herbaceous. For information about the fruit of the passiflora plant, see passionfruit

Passionist
The Passionists are a Roman Catholic religious order founded by Saint Paul of the Cross . Professed members use the initials C.P. after their names.-History:St

Passivation
Passivation is the process of making a material "passive", and thus less reactive with surrounding air, water, or other gases or liquids. The goal is to inhibit corrosion, whether for structural or cosmetic reasons. Passivation of metals is usually achieved by the deposition of a layer of oxide that adheres to the metal surface

Passive repeater
A passive radio link deflection, or passive repeater is a plant for the implementation of a microwave link, in which because of an obstacle in the signal path no direct line of sight microwave link is possible

Passive transport
Passive transport means moving biochemicals and other atomic or molecular substances across membranes. Unlike active transport, this process does not involve chemical energy, because, unlike in an active transport, the transport across membrane is always coupled with the growth of entropy of the system

Passover Seder
The Passover Seder is a Jewish ritual feast that marks the beginning of the Jewish holiday of Passover. It is conducted on the evenings of the 14th day of Nisan in the Hebrew calendar, and on the 15th by traditionally observant Jews living outside Israel. This corresponds to late March or April in the Gregorian calendar

Passport
A passport is a document, issued by a national government, which certifies, for the purpose of international travel, the identity and nationality of its holder. The elements of identity are name, date of birth, sex, and place of birth.

Password (game)
Password is an American television game show which was created by Bob Stewart for Goodson-Todman Productions. The host was Allen Ludden, who had previously been well known as the host of the G.E

Past life regression
Past life regression is a technique that uses hypnosis to recover what practitioners believe are memories of past lives or incarnations, though others regard them as fantasies or delusions. Past life regression is typically undertaken either in pursuit of a spiritual experience, or in a psychotherapeutic setting

Pastern
The pastern is a part of the leg of a horse between the fetlock and the top of the hoof. It incorporates the long pastern bone and the short pastern bone , which are held together by two sets of paired ligaments to form the pastern joint

Pastirma
Pastirma or bastirma is a highly seasoned, air-dried cured beef in the cuisines of the former Ottoman countries.-Etymology:The name bastirma is from . bastırma is the gerund of the verb bastırmak , which means "to depress, restrain"

Pastor
The word pastor usually refers to an ordained leader of a Christian congregation. When used as an ecclesiastical styling or title, this role may be abbreviated to "Pr." or often "Ps".

Pat Benatar
Pat Benatar is an American singer and four-time Grammy winner. She had considerable commercial success particularly in the United States

Pat Buttram
Maxwell Emmett "Pat" Buttram was an American actor, known for playing the sidekick of Gene Autry and for playing the character of Mr. Haney in the TV series Green Acres. He had a distinctive voice which, in his own words, "... never quite made it through puberty"

Pat Mora
Pat Mora is a Chicana author known primarily for her poetry and children's books.- Writer's Life and Work:Pat Mora is a writer and cultural preservationist who seeks to document the lives of Mexican Americans and U.S. Latinas and Latinos through varying genres such as children's books, poetry, and nonfiction

Patagonian toothfish
The Patagonian toothfish, Dissostichus eleginoides , is a fish found in the cold, temperate waters of the southern Atlantic, southern Pacific, Indian, and Southern Oceans on seamounts and continental shelves around most sub-Antarctic islands.A close relative, the Antarctic toothfish , is found

Patan, Gujarat
Patan was a capital of Gujarat in medieval times. It is the administrative seat of Patan District in the Indian state of Gujarat and administered by municipality. The city contains many Hindu and Jain temples as well as few mosques, dargahs and rojas

Patch Adams
Hunter Doherty "Patch" Adams, M.D. is an American physician, social activist, citizen diplomat and author. He founded the Gesundheit! Institute in 1971

Patch Adams (film)
Patch Adams is a 1998 comedy-drama film starring Robin Williams. Directed by Tom Shadyac, it is based on the life story of Dr. Hunter "Patch" Adams and the book Gesundheit: Good Health is a Laughing Matter by Adams and Maureen Mylander. The film is generally considered a box-office success, grossing over twice its budget in the United States alone

Patchouli
Patchouli is a species from the genus Pogostemon and a bushy herb of the mint family, with erect stems, reaching two or three feet in height and bearing small, pale pink-white flowers

Patek Philippe & Co.
Patek Philippe & Co. is a Swiss luxury watch manufacturer located in Geneva and the Vallée de Joux.-History:Polish watchmaker Antoni Patek started making pocket watches in 1839 in Geneva, along with his fellow Polish migrant Franciszek Czapek. They separated in 1844, and in 1845 Patek joined with the French watchmaker Adrien Philippe, inventor of the keyless winding mechanism

Pater familias
The pater familias, also written as paterfamilias was the head of a Roman family. The term is Latin for "father of the family" or the "owner of the family estate". The form is irregular and archaic in Latin, preserving the old genitive ending in -as

Paternity testing
Parental testing is the use of genetic fingerprinting to determine whether two individuals have a biological parent-child relationship. A paternity test establishes genetic proof as to whether a man is the biological father of an individual, and a maternity test establishes whether a woman is the biological mother of an individual

Paterson Field
Paterson Field is a baseball stadium in Montgomery, Alabama. The stadium has a maximum capacity of 7,000 people and was opened in 1949. Paterson Field has played host to, among other professional teams, the Montgomery Rebels, a AA-class minor-league team affiliated with the Detroit Tigers, and the Montgomery Wings, an independent minor-league team

Paterson, New Jersey
Paterson is a city serving as the county seat of Passaic County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, its population was 146,199, rendering it New Jersey's third largest city and one of the largest cities in the New York City Metropolitan Area, despite a decrease of 3,023 residents from its 2000 Census population of 149,222

Path analysis
In statistics, path analysis is used to describe the directed dependencies among a set of variables. This includes models equivalent to any form of multiple regression analysis, factor analysis, canonical correlation analysis, discriminant analysis, as well as more general families of models in the multivariate analysis of variance and covariance analyses .In

Path loss
Path loss is the reduction in power density of an electromagnetic wave as it propagates through space. Path loss is a major component in the analysis and design of the link budget of a telecommunication system.

Pathanamthitta
Pathanamthitta is a large town and a municipality situated in the central Travancore region in the state of Kerala, south India, spread over an area of 23.50 km2. It is the administrative capital of Pathanamthitta district. The city has a population of 38,000

Pathanapuram
Pathanapuram is an administrative division situated in the Western Ghats in the Kollam District of Kerala state of India. It is about 13 km from industrial town Punalur

Pathe News
Pathé Newsreels were produced from 1910 until the 1970s, when production of newsreels was in general stopped. Pathé News today is known as British Pathé and its archive of over 90,000 reels is fully digitised and online.-History:

Pather Panchali
Pather Panchali is a 1955 Bengali drama film written and directed by Satyajit Ray and produced by the Government of the Indian state of West Bengal. Based on Bibhutibhushan Bandopadhyay's 1929 Bengali novel of the same name, the film was the directorial debut of Ray

Pathfinders (Seventh-day Adventist)
The Pathfinder Club is a worldwide program organized and directed by the Youth Department of the General Conference of the Seventh-day Adventist Church

Pathkiller
Pathkiller, , fought in the Revolutionary War for Britain, then in the Chickamauga Wars against American frontiersmen . He was the Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation from 1811-1827. Pathkiller, a fullblood, "unacculturated" Cherokee, was the last individual from a conservative background to hold the Principal Chief's office

Pathmark
Pathmark is a supermarket chain headquartered in Montvale, New Jersey. It was founded in 1968 when its then parent, Supermarkets General Corporation, pulled out of the ShopRite retailers' cooperative

Pathogenicity
Pathogenicity is the ability of a pathogen to produce an infectious disease in an organism.It is often used interchangeably with the term "virulence", although virulence is used more specifically to describe the relative degree of damage done by a pathogen, or the degree of pathogenicity caused by an organism.A pathogen is either pathogenic or not, and is determined by the pathogen's

Pathological science
Pathological science is the process in science in which "people are tricked into false results ... by subjective effects, wishful thinking or threshold interactions". The term was first used by Irving Langmuir, Nobel Prize-winning chemist, during a 1953 colloquium at the Knolls Research Laboratory

Patience (opera)
Patience; or, Bunthorne's Bride, is a comic opera in two acts with music by Arthur Sullivan and libretto by W. S. Gilbert. First performed at the Opera Comique, London, on 23 April 1881, it moved to the 1,292-seat Savoy Theatre on 10 October 1881, where it was the first theatrical production in the world to be lit entirely by electric light

Patient
A patient is any recipient of healthcare services. The patient is most often ill or injured and in need of treatment by a physician, advanced practice registered nurse, veterinarian, or other health care provider.

Patina
Patina is a tarnish that forms on the surface of bronze and similar metals ; a sheen on wooden furniture produced by age, wear, and polishing; or any such acquired change of a surface through age and exposure

Patiriella regularis
Patiriella regularis, or New Zealand common cushion star, is a sea star of the family Asterinidae, endemic to New Zealand. It has an armspread of up to 60 mm.-Research:

Patna High Court
Patna High Court is the High Court of the state of Bihar. It was established on 3 February 1916 and later affiliated under the Government of India Act, 1915. The court is headquartered in Patna, the administrative capital of the state.-History of Court:

Patni Computer Systems
iGATE Patni , is a provider of Information Technology services and business solutions. The company employs over 15,000 people, and has 23 international offices across the Americas, Europe, and the Asia-Pacific region, as well as offshore development centres in eight cities in India

Patras Bokhari
Syed Ahmed Shah HI, was an Urdu humourist, educator, essayist, broadcaster and diplomat from Pakistan

Patriarchal Age
The Patriarchal Age is the era of the three biblical Patriarchs, Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, according to the narratives of Genesis 12-50. .

Patriarchal cross
The Patriarchal cross is a variant of the Christian cross, the religious symbol of Christianity. Similar to the familiar Latin cross, the Patriarchal cross possesses a smaller crossbar placed above the main one, so that both crossbars are near the top. Sometimes the patriarchal cross has a short, slanted crosspiece near its foot

Patrice Lumumba
Patrice Émery Lumumba was a Congolese independence leader and the first legally elected Prime Minister of the Republic of the Congo after he helped win its independence from Belgium in June 1960. Only ten weeks later, Lumumba's government was deposed in a coup during the Congo Crisis

Patricia A. McKillip
Patricia Anne McKillip is an American author of fantasy and science fiction novels. Her novels have been winners of the World Fantasy Award, Locus Award and Mythopoeic Award. In 2008, she was a recipient of the World Fantasy Award for Life Achievement

Patricia Cornwell
Patricia Cornwell is a contemporary American crime writer. She is widely known for writing a popular series of novels featuring the heroine Dr. Kay Scarpetta, a medical examiner.-Early life:

Patricia Kaas
Patricia Kaas is a French singer and actress.Kaas is a very successful French-speaking singer, with an International following

Patricia Russo
Patricia F. Russo is an American businessperson most widely known for having served as chief executive officer of Lucent Technologies and its successor, Alcatel-Lucent, a large communications equipment manufacturer. She currently serves on the board of directors of HP, General Motors, Merck & Co. and ALCOA, Inc

Patricia Wrightson
Patricia Wrightson was an Australian author who wrote a number of highly regarded and influential children's books. Her reputation came to rest largely on her magic realist titles. Her books, including the widely praised The Nargun and The Stars , were among the first Australian books for children to draw on Australian Aboriginal mythology

Patrick Bateman
Patrick Bateman is a fictional character, the antihero and narrator of the novel American Psycho by Bret Easton Ellis, and its film adaptation. He has also briefly appeared in other Ellis novels.-Biography and profile:

Patrick Cardinal Hayes
Patrick Joseph Hayes was an American Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church. He served as Archbishop of New York from 1919 until his death, and was elevated to the cardinalate in 1924.-Early life:

Patrick Dempsey
Patrick Galen Dempsey is an American actor, known for his role as neurosurgeon Dr. Derek Shepherd on the medical drama Grey's Anatomy. Prior to Grey's Anatomy he made several television appearances and was nominated for an Emmy Award

Patrick Henry
Patrick Henry was an orator and politician who led the movement for independence in Virginia in the 1770s. A Founding Father, he served as the first and sixth post-colonial Governor of Virginia from 1776 to 1779 and subsequently, from 1784 to 1786

Patrick Henry Brady
Major General Patrick Henry Brady, USA is a retired American Army officer. While serving as a helicopter pilot in the Vietnam War, he received the United States military's highest decoration, the Medal of Honor.-Biography:

Patrick Kavanagh
Patrick Kavanagh was an Irish poet and novelist. Regarded as one of the foremost poets of the 20th century, his best known works include the novel Tarry Flynn and the poems Raglan Road and The Great Hunger

Patrick Keely
Patrick Charles Keely was an Irish-American architect based in Brooklyn, New York and Providence, Rhode Island

Patrick Logan
Captain Patrick Logan was the commandant of the Moreton Bay penal colony from 1826 until his death in 1830. He is thought to have been killed by Aboriginal Australians who objected to him entering their lands

Patrick Manning
Patrick Augustus Mervyn Manning was the fourth and sixth Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, as well as the former Political Leader of the People's National Movement . He served as Prime Minister from 17 December 1991 to 9 November 1995 and held that office again from 24 December 2001 until 26 May 2010

Patrick McGoohan
Patrick Joseph McGoohan was an American-born actor, raised in Ireland and England, with an extensive stage and film career, most notably in the 1960s television series Danger Man , and The Prisoner, which he co-created

Patrick Moore
Sir Patrick Alfred Caldwell-Moore, CBE, FRS, FRAS is a British amateur astronomer who has attained prominent status in astronomy as a writer, researcher, radio commentator and television presenter of the subject, and who is credited as having done more than any other person to raise the profile of astronomy among the British general public.He is a former

Patrick Nagel
Patrick Nagel was an American artist. He created popular illustrations on board, paper, and canvas, most of which emphasize the simple grace of and beauty of the female form, in a distinctive style descended from Art Deco

Patrick Pass
Patrick Pass is an American football running back and fullback who is currently a free agent. He was drafted by the New England Patriots in the seventh round of the 2000 NFL Draft

Patrick Steptoe
Patrick Christopher Steptoe FRS was a British obstetrician and gynaecologist and a pioneer of fertility treatment. Steptoe was responsible with biologist and physiologist Robert Edwards for developing in vitro fertilization

 
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