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Iris (psychedelic)
IRIS, or 2-methoxy-5-ethoxy-4--methylamphetamine, is a lesser-known psychedelic drug and a substituted amphetamine. It is also the 5-ethoxy analog of DOM. IRIS was first synthesized by Alexander Shulgin. In his book PiHKAL , the maximum dosage is listed as 9 mg, and the duration unknown. IRIS produces few to no effects

Iris (Split Enz song)
"Iris" is the final single from New Zealand New Wave group Split Enz's album Waiata. It was written by Neil Finn and was released as a promo single in 1981.-Track listing:Released as a 7" promo in the United States.#"Iris " 2:51

Iris (TV channel)
Iris is an Italian free entertainment television channel, launched the November 30, 2007 and produced by Mediaset.Broadcast films, TV series , documentaries, theatre shows, classical music concerts, news bulletin from TGCOM and short home shopping from Mediashopping all day

Irish
Irish may refer to:*Irish cuisine* Ireland, an island in north-western Europe, on which are located:** Northern Ireland, a constituent country of the United Kingdom** Republic of Ireland, a sovereign state

Irish coffee
Irish coffee is a cocktail consisting of hot coffee, Irish whiskey, and sugar, stirred, and topped with thick cream. The coffee is drunk through the cream. The original recipe explicitly uses cream that has not been whipped, although whipped cream is often used. Irish coffee may be considered a variation on the hot toddy.-Origin:The origin of the Irish coffee is highly disputed

Irish moss
Irish moss may refer to:* Chondrus crispus, a seaweed* Sagina subulata, a terrestrial plant with needle-like leaves* Soleirolia soleirolii, a terrestrial plant with round leaves

Irish Sea
The Irish Sea separates the islands of Ireland and Great Britain. It is connected to the Celtic Sea in the south by St George's Channel, and to the Atlantic Ocean in the north by the North Channel. Anglesey is the largest island within the Irish Sea, followed by the Isle of Man

Irk (disambiguation)
Irk may refer to:*River Irk, a river in northwest England*"Irk", to irritate or annoy; "irked", irritated or annoyed*Planet Irk, the fictional homeworld of main character Zim in the animated TV series Invader ZimIRK may refer to:

Irla
Irla is a neighbourhood in suburban Mumbai, near Vile Parle. It is located near the upmarket Juhu area.There is one beautiful jain temple of the first Tirthankar of jains, Adinath.It also contains a famous chain of shops called "Alfa".

Iron (appliance)
A clothes iron, also referred to as simply an iron, is a small appliance used in ironing to remove wrinkles from fabric.Ironing works by loosening the ties between the long chains of molecules that exist in polymer fiber materials. With the heat and the weight of the ironing plate, the fibers are stretched and the fabric maintains its new shape when cool

Iron (disambiguation)
Iron is a metallic element.* For the use of iron as a material, see History of ferrous metallurgy.* For iron as a mineral, see Iron ore.Iron may also refer to: * Iron , used to remove wrinkles from fabric

Iron (disambiguation)
Iron is a metallic element.* For the use of iron as a material, see History of ferrous metallurgy.* For iron as a mineral, see Iron ore.Iron may also refer to: * Iron , used to remove wrinkles from fabric

Iron (golf)
An iron is a type of club used in the sport of golf to propel the ball towards the hole. They are so-called because historically the clubhead was generally made from iron. Whilst the vast majority of modern irons are still made from iron, it is almost always its stronger and more durable alloy, steel.There are three main components to an iron, the club head, the shaft and the grip

Iron (metaphor)
Iron, when used metaphorically, refers to certain traits of the metal iron. Used as an adjective and sometimes as a noun, it refers to something stern, harsh, unyielding, inflexible, rigid, sturdy, strong, robust

Iron Curtain (musical)
Iron Curtain is a comedy musical about the Soviet Union, with music by Stephen Weiner, lyrics by Peter Mills, and a book by Susan DiLallo. The musical follows Murray and Howard, an unsuccessful musical writing team, as they attempt to write a great musical. However, all of their ideas are taken

Iron filings
Iron filings are very small pieces of iron that look like a light powder. They are very often used in science demonstrations to show the direction of a magnetic field. Since iron is a ferromagnetic material, a magnetic field induces each particle to become a tiny bar magnet

Iron lung
A negative pressure ventilator is a form of medical ventilator that enables a person to breathe when normal muscle control has been lost or the work of breathing exceeds the person's ability.

Iron Maiden
Iron Maiden are an English heavy metal band from Leyton in east London, formed in 1975 by bassist and primary songwriter Steve Harris. Since their inception, the band's discography has grown to include a total of thirty-six albums: fifteen studio albums; eleven live albums; four EPs; and six compilations.Pioneers of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal, Iron Maiden achieved success

Iron maiden
Iron maiden or Iron Maiden may refer to:* Iron maiden , a historical torture device- Music :* Iron Maiden, a British heavy metal band** Iron Maiden , the band's self-titled debut album

Iron Maiden (album)
*On the 1998 remastered release, the fade out of "Transylvania" and the intro to "Strange World" were moved to the end of "Transylvania".-Personnel:*Paul Di'Anno – vocals*Dave Murray – guitar*Dennis Stratton – guitar, backing vocals

Iron Maiden (album)
*On the 1998 remastered release, the fade out of "Transylvania" and the intro to "Strange World" were moved to the end of "Transylvania".-Personnel:*Paul Di'Anno – vocals*Dave Murray – guitar*Dennis Stratton – guitar, backing vocals

Iron sight
Iron sights are a system of shaped alignment markers used as a sighting device to assist in the aiming of a device such as a firearm, crossbow, or telescope, and exclude the use of optics as in telescopic sights or reflector sights

Ironclad (Common Lisp)
Ironclad is a Common Lisp cryptography library aiming to provide functionality similar to OpenSSL or Crypto++.-External links:**

Ironclad (disambiguation)
An ironclad is a wooden ship, or ship of composite construction, sheathed with thick iron plates.Ironclad may also refer to:*Ironclad , a 2011 action film*Ironclad , a 1973 miniatures wargaming series by Guidon Games

Ironclad (video game)
Ironclad is a shoot 'em up video game developed by Saurus for the Neo Geo CD video game console.

Ironing (metalworking)
Ironing is a sheet metal forming process that uniformly thins the workpiece in a specific area.This is a very useful process when employed in combination with deep drawing to produce a uniform wall thickness part with greater height-to-diameter ratio

Ironist
Ironist is a term coined by Richard Rorty to describe someone who fulfills three conditions:In Contingency, Irony, and Solidarity, Rorty argues that Proust, Nietzsche, Foucault, Heidegger, Derrida, and Nabokov, among others, all exemplify Ironism to different extents.-References:*Rorty, Richard. Contingency, Irony, and Solidarity

Ironmongery
Ironmongery originally referred both to the manufacture, and the place of sale of iron goods produced for domestic rather than industrial use. The usage of the term has expanded in recent times to include consumer goods made of aluminium, brass, or other metals, as well as plastics

Ironmongery
Ironmongery originally referred both to the manufacture, and the place of sale of iron goods produced for domestic rather than industrial use. The usage of the term has expanded in recent times to include consumer goods made of aluminium, brass, or other metals, as well as plastics

Ironwood
Ironwood is a common name for a large number of woods that have a reputation for hardness. Usage of the name may include the tree that yields this wood

Ironwork
Ironwork is any weapon, artwork, utensil or architectural feature made of iron especially used for decoration. There are two main types of ironwork wrought iron and cast iron. While the use of iron dates as far back as 4000BC, it was the Hittites who first knew how to extract it and develop weapons

Irony
Irony is a rhetorical device, literary technique, or situation in which there is a sharp incongruity or discordance that goes beyond the simple and evident intention of words or actions

Iroquois (horse)
Iroquois , was the first American-bred Thoroughbred race horse to win the prestigious Epsom Derby at Epsom Downs Racecourse, Epsom, Surrey, England. He then went on to win the St

Irradiation
Irradiation is the process by which an object is exposed to radiation. The exposure can originate from various sources, including natural sources. Most frequently the term refers to ionizing radiation, and to a level of radiation that will serve a specific purpose, rather than radiation exposure to normal levels of background radiation

Irrationality
Irrationality is cognition, thinking, talking or acting without inclusion of rationality. It is more specifically described as an action or opinion given through inadequate reasoning, emotional distress, or cognitive deficiency

Irrationality
Irrationality is cognition, thinking, talking or acting without inclusion of rationality. It is more specifically described as an action or opinion given through inadequate reasoning, emotional distress, or cognitive deficiency

Irregardless
Irregardless is an informal term commonly used in place of regardless or irrespective, which has caused controversy since it first appeared in the early twentieth century

Irregular
Something that is irregular does not follow the expected pattern. The term is used in many different fields, with quite different meanings.-Canon Law:

IrremeDIABLE
IrremeDIABLE is the ninth studio album by the French band Misanthrope. It is also the first concept album by the band, being based on the life and works of Charles Baudelaire. This album was released in two versions: the single CD, and a limited deluxe box containing a CD and a DVD

Irreplaceable
"Irreplaceable" is a song recorded by American R&B singer Beyoncé Knowles for her second studio album, B'Day . The song was written by Knowles, Shaffer "Ne-Yo" Smith, Tor Erik Hermansen, Mikkel S. Eriksen, Espen Lind, Amund Bjørklund, and produced by Stargate and Knowles

Irresistible
- Albums :* Irresistible , 2001, or the title song * Irresistible , 1969* Irresistible , 1992, or the title song* Irresistible, by Celia Cruz- Songs :

Irresistible (Tammi Terrell album)
Irresistible was the only solo album for Tammi Terrell, which was released in January 1969 by Motown Records. Due to complications with a malignant brain tumor in 1968 which caused her death in March 1970, Terrell did not record a subsequent solo album; this album compiles solo recordings Terrell made for Motown between 1965 and 1968

Irreversible
Irreversible may refer to:*Irreversible process, in thermodynamics, a process that is not reversible*Irréversible, a 2002 film*Irréversible , soundtrack to the film Irréversible

Irritability
Irritability is an excessive response to stimuli. The term is used for both the physiological reaction to stimuli and for the pathological, abnormal or excessive sensitivity to stimuli; It is usually used to refer to anger or frustration.

Irritable bowel syndrome
Irritable bowel syndrome is a diagnosis of exclusion. It is a functional bowel disorder characterized by chronic abdominal pain, discomfort, bloating, and alteration of bowel habits in the absence of any detectable organic cause. In some cases, the symptoms are relieved by bowel movements

Irritant
Irritant may refer to:* A stimulus or agent which causes irritation* Irritant , a 2002 psychedelic trance album* Irritant , a United Kingdom rock musical group* Irritant Records, an independent record label

Irritant (band)
Irritant were a progressive rock / heavy metal band from Gloucester, England, UK, formed in 2002. They originally described themselves as an "independent hard rock band", and flirted with rap, but developed a blend of progressive metal and hard rock

Irritation
Irritation or exacerbation, in biology and physiology, is a state of inflammation or painful reaction to allergy or cell-lining damage. A stimulus or agent which induces the state of irritation is an irritant

Irti
Irti is the fourth solo album of Ismo Alanko, released in 1996. According to Alanko, he and his band gave themselves two weeks time to compose and record the album from scratch

Iru
IRU as an acronym may refer to:*International Road and Transport Union *International Romani Union, an organization of the Romani people*Inertial Reference Unit, a sensor for aircraft and spacecraft

Irving
Irving is originally a Scottish surname, a variant of the name Irvine, which is derived from the eponymous River Irvine inDumfriesshire. It may also refer to:pinguino bailarin-Family name:* Amy Irving , American film and stage actress

Irving (Duluth)
The Irving neighborhood is located within the West Duluth district of Duluth, Minnesota, United States.Raleigh Street, Central Avenue, and 59th Avenue West are three of the main arterial routes in the community.

Is (band)
Tom Ugly is an Australian Electronic / Rock collective based around singer-songwriter, producer and instrumentalist, Tom Ugly. The name Tom Ugly was inspired by the southern Sydney headland and bridge

IS (manga)
, is an ongoing drama manga series by Chiyo Rokuhana, first published in Japan in 2003. The IS of the title stands for intersexual and the story follows the pain and troubles such people go through in their lives, such as gaining acceptance for who they are and their inability to reproduce.IS won the 2007 Kodansha Manga Award for shōjo manga.- Story :The first volume

Is-a
In knowledge representation, object-oriented programming and design, is-a or is_a or is a is a relationship where one class D is a subclass of another class B .

Isa (character)
Isa is the central character of a historical fiction graphic novel series, Les Passagers du vent by François Bourgeon.

Isaac
Isaac as described in the Hebrew Bible, was the only son Abraham had with his wife Sarah, and was the father of Jacob and Esau. Isaac was one of the three patriarchs of the Israelites

ISAAC (comics)
ISAAC is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe.ISAAC is an English version of an acronym in the language of the Eternals of Titan standing for: Integral Synaptic Anti-/Anionic Computer.-Fictional character biography:

Isabel (disambiguation)
Isabel is a feminine given name. Isabel or Isabelle may also refer to:- People :* Isabel of Gloucester Isabel (French variation, Isabelle) is a feminine given name. Isabel or Isabelle may also refer to:- People :* Isabel of Gloucester Isabel (French variation, Isabelle) is a feminine given name. Isabel or Isabelle may also refer to:- People :* Isabel of Gloucester (c

Isabella
Isabella may refer to:* 210 Isabella, an asteroid* Isabella , an American hybrid grape variety* Isabelline or Isabella, a greyish-yellow or light buff colour* Isabella piercing, a female genital piercing- United States :

Isabella (crater)
Crater Isabella is the second largest impact crater on Venus. The feature is named in honor of the 15th Century queen of Spain, Isabella of Castile. Located at 30 degrees south latitude, 204 degrees east longitude, the crater has two extensive flow-like structures extending to the south and to the southeast

Isabella (film)
Isabella is a 2006 Hong Kong film directed by Pang Ho-Cheung and starring Chapman To, Isabella Leong and Anthony Wong. It played in competition at the 56th annual Berlin International Film Festival, where it won the Silver Bear for best film music

Peruvian inti
The inti was the currency of Peru between 1985 and 1991. Its ISO 4217 code was PEI and its abbreviation in local use was "I/." The inti was divided into 100 céntimos. The inti replaced the inflation-stricken sol. The new currency was named after Inti, the Inca sun god.-History:The inti was introduced on 1 February 1985, replacing the sol which had suffered from high inflation

Peruvian Navy
The Peruvian Navy is the branch of the Peruvian Armed Forces tasked with surveillance, patrol and defense on lakes, rivers and the Pacific Ocean up to 200 nautical miles from the Peruvian littoral

Peruvian sol
The sol, was the currency of Peru between 1863 and 1985. It had the ISO 4217 currency code PEH. It was subdivided into 10 dineros or 100 centavos.-History:

Perverted-Justice.com
Perverted Justice Foundation, Inc., more commonly known as Perverted-Justice , is an American organization based in California and Oregon, that investigates, identifies, and publicizes the conduct of adults who solicit online sexual conversations with adults posing as children or underage teenagers

Pervez Musharraf
Pervez Musharraf , is a retired four-star general who served as the 13th Chief of Army Staff and tenth President of Pakistan as well as tenth Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee. Musharraf headed and led an administrative military government from October 1999 till August 2007. He ruled Pakistan as Chief Executive from 1999–2001 and as President from 2001-08

Peshawar
Peshawar is the capital of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa and the administrative center and central economic hub for the Federally Administered Tribal Areas of Pakistan.

Peshtigo Fire
The October 8, 1871 Peshtigo Fire in Peshtigo, Wisconsin, is the conflagration that caused the most deaths by fire in United States history, killing as many as 1,500. Occurring on the same day as the more infamous Great Chicago Fire, the Peshtigo Fire is mostly forgotten

Peshwa
A Peshwa is the titular equivalent of a modern Prime Minister. Emporer Shivaji created the Peshwa designation in order to more effectively delegate administrative duties during the growth of the Maratha Empire. Prior to 1749, Peshwas held office for 8-9 years and controlled the Maratha army

Pessary
A pessary is a small plastic or silicone medical device which is inserted into the vagina or rectum and held in place by the pelvic floor musculature. - Therapeutic pessaries :

Pesticide
Pesticides are substances or mixture of substances intended for preventing, destroying, repelling or mitigating any pest.A pesticide may be a chemical unicycle, biological agent , antimicrobial, disinfectant or device used against any pest

PET
-Medicine:* Patulous Eustachian tube, a medical disorder affecting the middle ear* Positron emission tomography or PET, a medical imaging technique* Pre-eclampsia, a medical complication of pregnancy-Science:

Pet food
Pet food is plant or animal material intended for consumption by pets. Typically sold in pet stores and supermarkets, it is usually specific to the type of animal, such as dog food or cat food

Pet rock
Pet Rocks were a 1970s fad conceived in Los Gatos, California by advertising executive Gary Dahl.-Development:In April 1975, Dahl was in a bar listening to his friends complain about their pets. This gave him the idea for the perfect "pet": a rock

PET-CT
Positron emission tomography - computed tomography is a medical imaging device which combines in a single gantry system both a Positron Emission Tomography and an x-ray Computed Tomography, so that images acquired from both devices can be taken sequentially, in the same session from the patient and combined into a single superposed

Petalite
Petalite, also known as castorite, is a lithium aluminium tectosilicate mineral LiAlSi4O10, crystallizing in the monoclinic system. Petalite is a member of the feldspathoid group. It occurs as colorless, grey, yellow, yellow grey, to white tabular crystals and columnar masses. Occurs in lithium-bearing pegmatites with spodumene, lepidolite, and tourmaline

Petawawa, Ontario
Petawawa is a town located in eastern portion of Southern Ontario. Situated in the Ottawa Valley, with a population of 14,651 . Petawawa is the most populous municipality in Renfrew County.-Geography:

Pete Domenici
Pietro Vichi "Pete" Domenici is an American Republican politician, who served six terms as a United States Senator from New Mexico, from 1973 to 2009, the longest tenure in the state's history.

Pete Duel
Pete Duel was an American actor, best known for his role in the television series Alias Smith and Jones.-Early life:Peter Ellstrom Deuel was born in Rochester, New York, and grew up in nearby Penfield.

Pete Rose
Peter Edward Rose , nicknamed "Charlie Hustle", is a former Major League Baseball player and manager. Rose played from 1963 to 1986, and managed from 1984 to 1989.

Pete St. John
Pete St. John is an Irish folk singer-songwriter, most notable for composing Fields of Athenry.St. John is a prolific composer of widely sung modern ballads; his other most famous song is "The Rare Ould Times"

Peter Adamson
Peter Adamson was a British stage and television actor. He is best known for playing the character of Len Fairclough in the long-running television series Coronation Street from 1961 to 1983.-Life and career:

Peter and the Starcatchers
Peter and the Starcatchers is a best-selling children's novel that was published by Hyperion Books, a subsidiary of Disney, in 2004. Written by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson, the book provides a backstory for the character Peter Pan, and serves as a prequel to J. M. Barrie's novel Peter and Wendy

Peter Barlow
Peter Barlow was an English mathematician and physicist.-Work in mathematics:In 1801, Barlow was appointed assistant mathematics master at the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, and retained this post until 1847

Peter Behrens
Peter Behrens was a German architect and designer. He was important for the modernist movement, as several of the movements leading names worked for him when they were young.-Biography:Behrens attended the Christianeum Hamburg from September 1877 until Easter 1882

Peter Binsfeld
Peter Binsfeld was a German bishop and theologian.

Peter Blake (artist)
Sir Peter Thomas Blake, KBE, CBE, RDI, RA is an English pop artist, best known for his design of the sleeve for the Beatles' album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. He lives in Chiswick, London, UK.-Career:

Peter Burgoyne
Peter Gabriel Burgoyne is a former Australian rules footballer with Port Adelaide in the Australian Football League. He played primarily in midfield and on the half back flank.-Early life:

Peter C. Lemon
Peter Charles Lemon is a former United States Army soldier and a recipient of the United States military's highest decoration, the Medal of Honor. He received the award for his actions on April 1, 1970 while serving in Tay Ninh province during the Vietnam War. Lemon is the only Canadian born U.S. citizen to be presented the medal for fighting in the Vietnam War

Peter Collecott
Peter Salmon Collecott, CMG, was the British Ambassador to Brazil from 2004 to 2008.He is a member of ADRg Ambassadors.-Biography:*Born on 8 October 1950.*Graduated in Mathematics from St John's College, Cambridge, where he was Captain of Soccer.

Peter Davenport (footballer)
Peter Davenport is an English former professional footballer. He won one full cap for England, against the Republic of Ireland in 1985.-Early career:

Peter DeLuise
Peter John DeLuise is an American actor, director, producer, and screenwriter, perhaps best known for directing episodes of science fiction television shows, particularly in the Stargate franchise.-Career:

Peter Doherty
Peter Charles Doherty AC is an Australian veterinary surgeon and researcher in the field of medicine. He received the Albert Lasker Award for Basic Medical Research in 1995, the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine jointly with Rolf M. Zinkernagel in 1996 and was named Australian of the Year in 1997

Peter Doig
Peter Doig is a contemporary artist born in Scotland. In 2007, a painting of Doig's, entitled White Canoe, sold at Sotheby's for $11.3 million, then an auction record for a living European artist.-Early life:

Peter Drucker
Peter Ferdinand Drucker was an influential writer, management consultant, and self-described “social ecologist.”-Introduction:

Peter Ebdon
Peter "Ebbo" Ebdon is an English professional snooker player and former world champion renowned for his remarkably focused, determined style of play.-Early years:

Peter Egan
Peter Egan is a British actor known for playing smooth neighbour Paul Ryman in 1980s sitcom Ever Decreasing Circles. He is married to retired actress Myra Frances.-Early life:

Peter Eisenman
Peter Eisenman is an American architect. Eisenman's professional work is often referred to as formalist, deconstructive, late avant-garde, late or high modernist, etc

Peter Englund
Peter Englund is a Swedish author and historian, and the permanent secretary of the Swedish Academy since 1 June 2009.-Biography:

Peter Frampton
Peter Kenneth Frampton is an English musician, singer, producer, guitarist and multi-instrumentalist. He was previously associated with the bands Humble Pie and The Herd. Frampton's international breakthrough album was his live release, Frampton Comes Alive!. The album sold over 6 million copies in the United States alone and spawned several hits

Peter Francisco
Peter Francisco , known variously as the "Virginia Giant" or the "Giant of the Revolution" , was an American patriot and soldier in the American Revolutionary War. The cover page of a 2006 issue of Military History suggested he may have been the greatest soldier in American history

Peter Garrett
Peter Robert Garrett, AM, MP , is an Australian musician, environmentalist, activist and politician.Garrett was lead singer of the Australian rock band Midnight Oil from 1973 until its disbanding in 2002

Peter Geach
Peter Thomas Geach is a British philosopher. His areas of interest are the history of philosophy, philosophical logic, and the theory of identity.He was educated at Balliol College, Oxford

Peter H. Gilmore
Peter Howard Gilmore is an American author and administrator of the Church of Satan. He was appointed High Priest of the Church in 2001 by Magistra Blanche Barton. Within the church, he is known as Magus Peter H

Peter Hennessy
Peter John Hennessy, Baron Hennessy of Nympsfield, FBA is an English historian of government. Since 1992, he has been Attlee Professor of Contemporary British History at Queen Mary, University of London.-Early life:

Peter Higgs
Peter Ware Higgs, FRS, FRSE, FKC , is an English theoretical physicist and an emeritus professor at the University of Edinburgh.

Peter Hill-Wood
Peter Denis Hill-Wood is a British businessman and the current chairman of Arsenal Football Club.-Biography:Hill-Wood was born in Kensington, London. His father, three uncles and grandfather all played first-class cricket for Derbyshire CCC. He attended Eton College where he was a classmate of former Arsenal Director Sir Roger Gibbs

Peter Hudson
Peter John Hudson AM is a former Australian Rules Football player, considered one of the greatest full-forwards in the game's history.

Peter I of Russia
Peter the Great, Peter I or Pyotr Alexeyevich Romanov Dates indicated by the letters "O.S." are Old Style. All other dates in this article are New Style. ruled the Tsardom of Russia and later the Russian Empire from until his death, jointly ruling before 1696 with his half-brother, Ivan V

Peter Jackson
Sir Peter Robert Jackson, KNZM is a New Zealand film director, producer, actor, and screenwriter, known for his The Lord of the Rings film trilogy , adapted from the novel by J. R. R

Peter Jenkins (journalist)
Peter George James Jenkins was a British journalist and Associate Editor of The Independent. During his career he wrote regular columns for The Guardian, The Sunday Times as well as the The Independent.

Peter Lalor
Peter Fintan Lalor was an activist turned politician who rose to fame for his leading role in the Eureka Rebellion, an event controversially identified with the "birth of democracy" in Australia.- Early life and migration to Australia :

Peter Lawford
Peter Sydney Ernest Aylen , better known as Peter Lawford, was an English-American actor.He was a member of the "Rat Pack", and brother-in-law to US President John F. Kennedy, perhaps more noted in later years for his off-screen activities as a celebrity than for his acting

Peter Lieberson
Peter Lieberson was an American composer. He was ballerina and choreographer Vera Zorina and Goddard Lieberson, president of Columbia Records.

Peter Lochran
Peter Lochran is an actor, who remains best known for his role as Dr. Peter Holland in the television soap opera The Young Doctors

Peter Luger
Peter Luger Steak House is a steakhouse located in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, New York City, with a second location in Great Neck, New York, on Long Island.

Peter MacKay
Peter Gordon MacKay, PC, QC, MP is a lawyer and politician from Nova Scotia, Canada. He is the Member of Parliament for Central Nova and currently serves as Minister of National Defence in the Cabinet of Canada.

Peter Marshall (preacher)
Dr. Peter Marshall was a Scottish-American preacher, former pastor of Westminster Presbyterian Church in Atlanta, and twice served as Chaplain of the United States Senate

Peter Maurin
Peter Maurin was a Roman Catholic social activist who founded the Catholic Worker Movement in 1933 with Dorothy Day.Maurin expressed his ideas through short pieces of verse that became known as - Biography :

Peter McCue
Peter McCue was a racehorse and sire influential in the American Quarter Horse Association , although he died before the AQHA was formed.-Life:

Peter Mensah
Peter Mensah , is an English/Ghanaian actor, best known for his roles in Tears of the Sun and 300, and more recently on the Starz original series, Spartacus: Blood and Sand and Spartacus: Gods of the Arena.-Early life:Mensah comes from an academic family

Peter Milward
Peter Milward is a Jesuit priest and literary scholar. He is emeritus professor of English Literature at Sophia University in Tokyo and a leading figure in scholarship on English Renaissance literature. He has been chair of the Renaissance Institute at Sophia University since its inception in 1974 and director of the Renaissance Centre since its start in 1984

Peter Minuit
Peter Minuit, Pieter Minuit, Pierre Minuit or Peter Minnewit was a Walloon from Wesel, in present-day North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, then part of the Duchy of Cleves. He was the Director-General of the Dutch colony of New Netherland from 1626 until 1633, and he founded the Swedish colony of New Sweden in 1638

Peter Mitchell (politician)
Peter Mitchell, PC was a Canadian politician and one of the Fathers of Confederation.Mitchell ran again in 1856 as an opponent of prohibition, which had been proposed by the government. He carried a pistol for protection during the campaign and rum for his supporters. He was successful in this election

Peter Muhlenberg
John Peter Gabriel Muhlenberg was an American clergyman, Continental Army soldier during the American Revolutionary War, and political figure in the newly-independent United States

Peter Pan (peanut butter)
Peter Pan is a brand of peanut butter produced by ConAgra Foods and named after the J.M. Barrie character. The product was introduced by Swift & Company in 1920 under the name "E. K. Pond". The product was renamed in 1928

Peter Pocklington
Peter Hugh Pocklington is a Canadian entrepreneur.He made his initial fortune as the owner of one of the largest auto dealerships in Canada, and later took over a meat packing company involved in a high-profile labour strike.

Peter Pond
Peter Pond was born in Milford, Connecticut. He was a soldier with a Connecticut regiment, a fur trader, a founding member of the North West Company, an explorer and a cartographer.-Biography:

Peter Popoff
Peter Popoff is a German-born American faith healer and the president of Peter Popoff Ministries. He conducts revival meetings and has a national television program

 
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