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Jat, Sangli
Jat sometimes also written as Jath in English) is a town and taluka headquarters in Miraj subdivision of Sangli district of Maharashtra in India.It was the former capital of Jath State, one of the princely states of British India.

Jati
Jāti is the term used to denote clans, tribes, communities and sub-communities in India. It is a term used across religions. In Indian society each jāti typically has an association with a traditional job function or tribe, although religious beliefs Jāti (in Devanagari: जाति Tamil:சாதி) (the word literally means 'birth') is the term used to denote clans, tribes, communities and sub-communities in India. It is a term used across religions. In Indian society each jāti typically has an association with a traditional job function or tribe, although religious beliefs Jāti (in Devanagari: जाति Tamil:சாதி) (the word literally means 'birth') is the term used to denote clans, tribes, communities and sub-communities in India. It is a term used across religions. In Indian society each jāti typically has an association with a traditional job function or tribe, although religious beliefs (e.g

Jati
Jati may refer to:*Jātis: communities and sub-communities of India.*Jati , a dialect of the Haryanvi language.*Jāti , the arising of a new living entity.*Jati, Ceará, a city in Brazil.

Jaundice
Jaundice is a yellowish pigmentation of the skin, the conjunctival membranes over the sclerae , and other mucous membranes caused by hyperbilirubinemia . This hyperbilirubinemia subsequently causes increased levels of bilirubin in the extracellular fluid

Jaune (album)
Jaune is an album by Jean-Pierre Ferland, released in 1970. Considered an enduring classic of Canadian and Quebec music, the album was named the 71st greatest Canadian album of all time in Bob Mersereau's 2007 book The Top 100 Canadian Albums

Jaunting car
A jaunting-car is a light two-wheeled carriage for a single horse, in its most common form with seats for two or four persons placed back to back, with the foot-boards projecting over the wheels

Jaure
Jaure is a commune in the Dordogne department in Aquitaine in southwestern France.-Population:

Java (chicken)
The Java is a breed of chicken originating in the United States. Despite the breed's name, which comes from the island of Java in Indonesia, it was developed in the U.S. from chickens of unknown Asian extraction. It is one of the oldest American chickens, forming the basis for many other breeds, but is critically endangered today. Javas are large birds with a sturdy appearance

Java (cigarette)
Java is a brand of Russian cigarettes. The Java brand was established in 1966 and was the first in the Soviet Union to produce filtered cigarettes

Java (Martin Mystère)
Java is a fictional character featured in the Martin Mystère comics.-Fictional character biography:Java is a Neanderthal Man discovered by Martin Mystère in the hidden "City of Lucid Shadows" while on an expedition to Mongolia.

Javanese
The Javanese people is an ethnic group native to the Indonesian island of Java. At approximately 85 million people , it is the largest ethnic group on the island, and also in Indonesia. They are predominantly located in the central to eastern parts of the island

Javanese
Javanese may refer to:*island of JavaIt may also refer to:*Javanese beliefs*Javanese calendar a calendar in use by the Javanese people of Indonesia*Javanese , a breed of domestic cat*Javanese cuisine*Javanese language

Javelin
A Javelin is a light spear intended for throwing. It is commonly known from the modern athletic discipline, the Javelin throw.Javelin may also refer to:-Aviation:* ATG Javelin, an American-Israeli civil jet aircraft, under development

Javelin
A javelin is a light spear designed primarily for casting as a ranged weapon. The javelin is almost always thrown by hand, unlike the arrow and slingshot, which are projectiles shot from a mechanism

Jaw
The jaw is any opposable articulated structure at the entrance of the mouth, typically used for grasping and manipulating food. The term jaws is also broadly applied to the whole of the structures constituting the vault of the mouth and serving to open and close it and is part of the body plan of most animals.-Arthropods:In arthropods, the jaws are chitinous and oppose

Jawbone
Jawbone can refer to the following:* Mandible, the lower jaw bone* Maxilla, the upper jaw bone of humans* Jawbone , a musical instrument made from the jawbone of a donkey, horse, or zebra* Jawbone , blues musician Bob Zabor

Jawbone (headset)
The Jawbone is a line of Bluetooth mobile phone headsets produced by Aliph, a privately held San Francisco-based consumer technology company founded by Alex Asseily and Hosain Rahman. Since the introduction of the line in December 2006, it has been widely regarded as one of the best Bluetooth headsets available

Jawbone (instrument)
The jawbone is a percussion instrument consisting of the lower jawbone of a donkey, horse or zebra. The jawbone is dried out and the teeth loosened. When struck with the hand, the teeth rattle, producing a powerful buzzing sound

Jawbreaker
Jawbreaker may refer to:* Gobstopper or jawbreaker, a hard candy with multiple layers* Jawbreaker , an American rock band* Jawbreaker , a 1999 film starring Rose McGowan

Jawbreaker (Pocket PC game)
Jawbreaker is a port of SameGame for the Pocket PC bundled with the Microsoft Windows Mobile 2003 operating system for PDAs. The operating system, and thus the game, was officially released on April 7, 2003. The game itself was developed by oopdreams software, Inc

Jawbreaker (video game)
Jawbreaker is a video game programmed by John Harris and released in 1981 for the Atari 400/800 by On-line Systems. It is essentially a Pac-Man clone, in that a small yellow set of jaws is moved around the map to pick up small dots while avoiding the "jawbreakers" which roll around the map. If the jaws bite the jawbreaker they will be destroyed and the player will lose a life

Jaws
Jaws may refer to:* Jaw, an opposable articulated structure at the entrance of the mouth* JAWS , Japan Anthropology Workshop* Jaws , a novel by Peter Benchley** Jaws , a series of films arising from the novel

JAWS (screen reader)
JAWS is a computer screen reader program in Microsoft Windows that allows blind and visually impaired users to read the screen either with a text-to-speech output or by a Refreshable Braille display.

Jaws of Death (album)
Jaws of Death is the second album by the German heavy metal band Primal Fear, released in 1999.-Track listing:#Jaws of Death - 0:22#Final Embrace - 5:07#Save a Prayer - 3:37#Church of Blood - 5:14#Into the Future - 4:05#Under Your Spell - 5:36

Jaws of Death (documentary)
Jaws of Death is a 2005 documentary by Gautam Saikia about animals at Kaziranga National Park being hit by vehicular traffic while crossing National Highway 37 in Assam state, India. The film is a winner of the Vatavaran Award.

Jay
The jays are several species of medium-sized, usually colorful and noisy, passerine birds in the crow family Corvidae. The names jay and magpie are somewhat interchangeable, and the evolutionary relationships are rather complex

Jay (given name)
Jay is a common given name or nickname. It may be a nickname for James, Jamie, Jared, Jason, Joaquin, Jeremy, John, Gerald or George. In Hindu cultures, Jay or Jai is a common first name derived from the Sanskrit for "win" or "victory"

Jayden
Jayden is a unisex given name. The name is of recent origin, possibly an elaborate form of Jay, combined with the name Hayden. The name has become popular throughout the English-speaking world in recent years

Jaywalk
Jaywalk is a Japanese rock band best known in the West for the intro theme of the videogame Road Avenger.In 1991 they had a big hit with .-See also:* List of video game musicians

Jaywalk (disambiguation)
Jaywalk could refer to:* Jaywalk, a Japanese band.* J-Walk * Jaywalking, misuse of pedestrian crossing facilities* "Jaywalking", "Jay walking", and Jaywalk All-Stars": recurring segment on The Tonight Show with Jay LenoSee also:

Jaywalker (album)
Jaywalker is the first solo album by singer/songwriter Josh Joplin. Jaywalker was released on August 23, 2005 with Eleven Thirty Records-Track listing:# "Mister New Years Day" – 3:29# "Pilgrim's Progress" – 4:08# "One Becomes Two" – 4:03

Jazz (manga)
Jazz is a Japanese yaoi manga by Tamotsu Takamure. It has been licensed in the United States and will be published by Digital Manga Publishing. The first volume is set for release on November 30, 2005.-Plot:

Jazz (Wallace Roney)
-Track listing:#"Vater Time" - 8:52#"Children of the Light" - 5:22#"Inflorescent" - 6:29#"Fela's Shine" - 4:59#"Nia" - 9:18#"Revolution: Resolution" - 5:29#"Her Story" - 5:46

Jazz (word)
The origin of the word jazz is one of the most sought-after word origins in modern American English. The word's intrinsic interest — the American Dialect Society named it the Word of the Twentieth Century — has resulted in considerable research, and its history is well documented

Je t'aime
Je t’aime is a French phrase meaning "I love you". It may refer to:*Sound recordings:*Je T'Aime, 1985 & 1989 singles attributed to pseudonyms for band Psychic TV.*Je T'Aime, single by Armand Van Helden released in 2008.See also:

Je T'Aime (Armand Van Helden single)
Je t'aime is the fourth single taken from Armand Van Helden's seventh studio album, called Ghettoblaster. It features Nicole Roux on vocals. It samples heavily the mid 80s House record 'Can You Dance' by Kenny 'Jammin' Jason and DJ Fast Eddie Smith.

Je t'aime... moi non plus
"Je t'aime… moi non plus" is a French duet written by Serge Gainsbourg. It was written for and sung with Brigitte Bardot in 1967, but that version was not released until 1986. In 1969, Gainsbourg recorded a version with his lover, Jane Birkin. It reached number one in the UK, but was banned in several countries due to its sexual content

JEALOUS
"Jealous" is the first single by Dir En Grey and was released on May 10, 1998. The music videos of the title track and the B-side "Unknown・・・Despair・・・a Lost" are featured on the VHS Mousou Toukakugeki. A piano-vocal duet version of "Jealous" was later included on the "[KR] Cube" single

Jealous (Nina Girado song)
"Jealous" is a song by Filipino singer Nina from her 2002 debut studio album Heaven. It was released as the album's second commercial single in February 2003 by Warner Music Philippines. The song was written by international songwriters Shelly Peiken and Brett Laurence, and it was produced by Ferdie Marquez

Jealousy (disambiguation)
Jealousy is an emotion.Jealousy or Jealous may also refer to:-Film:* Jealousy , a silent Swedish film by Victor Sjöström* Jealousy , a British drama* Jealousy , an American drama

Jealousy (Pet Shop Boys song)
"Jealousy" is a song originally written in 1982 by the Pet Shop Boys, recorded for their 1990 album Behaviour. In 1991, it was released in a slightly remixed form as a single, which appears on both Pet Shop Boys' greatest hits albums

Jean
Jean may refer to:* Jeans, pants, trousers or high waist overalls made from denimPeople* Jean , pronounced , is the French form of John* Jean , pronounced and sometimes , is the Scottish form of Jane

Jean
Jean may refer to:* Jeans, pants, trousers or high waist overalls made from denimPeople* Jean , pronounced , is the French form of John* Jean , pronounced and sometimes , is the Scottish form of Jane

Jean (song)
"Jean" is the title of a popular song from 1969 . It was written by the American poet and composer Rod McKuen, who also recorded a version of the song.

Jean de Venette
Jean de Venette was a French chronicler and a Carmelite friar born at Venette, near Compiègne. He was referred to as a "Fillions", author or translator of a long poem circa 1357. In 1339, he became prior of the Carmelite convent in the Place Maubert, Paris, and was provincial of France from 1341 to 1366

Jean-Baptiste
Jean-Baptiste is a male French name, originating with Saint John the Baptist, and may refer to any of the following:-Persons:* Charles XIV John, born Jean-Baptiste Bernadotte.* Charles-Jean-Baptiste Bouc, businessman and political figure in Lower Canada

Jean-Christophe
Jean-Christophe is the novel in ten volumes by Romain Rolland for which he received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1915. It was translated into English by Gilbert Cannan.

Jean-Jacques
Jean-Jacques is a French given name.Notable people bearing the name include:* Jean-Jacques Bertrand , the Premier of Quebec, Canada* Jean-Jacques Challet-Venel, a member of the Swiss Federal Council

Jean-Marie
Jean-Marie may refer to:* August Jean-Marie Vermorel , French journalist* Édouard Jean-Marie Stephan , French astronomer

Jean-Philippe
Jean-Philippe may refer to:*Jean-Philippe *Jean-Philippe

Jean-Pierre
Jean-Pierre is a French male given name and may refer to:* Jean-Pierre Aumont , French actor* Jean-Pierre Bemba , Congolese politician and rebel leader* Jean-Pierre Blanchard , French inventor and aviation pioneer

Jeanne
Jeanne may be:* Tropical Storm Jeanne* Jeanne * Jeanne on Venus* People:** Joan of Arc ** Joanna of Flanders** Joan, Duchess of Brittany

Jeanne (crater)
Jeanne is an impact crater on Venus.The distinctive triangular shape of the ejecta indicates that the impacting body probably hit obliquely, traveling from southwest to northeast. The crater is surrounded by dark material of two types

Jeans (soundtrack)
Jeans is the soundtrack from the 1998 film Jeans, released by Westop on April 1, 1998. The soundtrack features artists such as Hariharan, Harini and Unnikrishnan. A. R. Rahman composed the music for this movie. The original soundtrack featured lyrics by Vairamuthu in Tamil

JED (text editor)
JED is a text editor that makes extensive use of the S-Lang library. It is highly cross-platform compatible; JED runs on Windows and all flavors on Linux and Unix. Older versions are available for DOS. It is also very lightweight , which makes it an ideal editor for older systems, embedded systems, etc

Jednotka
Jednotka is a Slovak television channel owned and operated by Slovenská televízia.

Jeet (1996 film)
Jeet is a 1996 Indian Bollywood film directed by Raj Kanwar and produced by Sajid Nadiadwala. The film stars Sunny Deol, Salman Khan and Karisma Kapoor in lead roles

Jeet (music director)
Jeet Ganguly , popularly known as Jeet, is a [ composer and singer for Tollywood and Bollywood movies. Born of a distinguished family with a rich cultural heritage in Kolkata, Jeet Gannguli was initiated into the world of “SUR” “LAYA” and “TAAL” at a tender age of three

Jefferson
Jefferson often refers to Thomas Jefferson, the third President of the United States and the principal author of the United States Declaration of Independence.Jefferson may also refer to:-Places:Canada*Jefferson, AlbertaUnited States

Jefferson (surname)
-Music:* Blind Lemon Jefferson - Blues musician.* Marshall Jefferson - American musician.* Eddie Jefferson - American Jazz vocalist-Sports:* John Jefferson - A retired football player.* Richard Jefferson - American basketball player.

Jefferson City (Amtrak station)
The Jefferson City Amtrak station is a train station in Jefferson City, Missouri, United States served by Amtrak, the national railroad passenger system. The station uses the site of the former Union Hotel, which was built in 1855

Jeffersonian
Jeffersonian refers to several fields upon which the U.S. President Thomas Jefferson had an impact:*Jeffersonian architecture*Jeffersonian democracy*Jeffersonian Bible

Pilita Corrales
Pilita Garrido Corrales is a Popular Filipina singer. She is tagged "Asia's Queen of Songs."-Biography:Pilita Garrido Corrales was born in Lahug, Cebu to a Spanish mother Maria Garrido and a half Filipino half Spanish father Jose Corrales

Pillars of Ashoka
The pillars of Ashoka are a series of columns dispersed throughout the northern Indian subcontinent, erected or at least inscribed by the Mauryan king Ashoka during his reign in the 3rd century BCE. Originally, there must have been many pillars but only nineteen survive with inscriptions. Many are preserved in a fragmentary state

Pilosella aurantiaca
Pilosella aurantiaca is a flowering plant of the family Asteraceae native to alpine regions of central and southern Europe, where it is protected in several regions.It is a low-growing plant with shallow fibrous roots and a basal rosette of elliptical to lanceolate

Pilot Mountain (North Carolina)
Pilot Mountain, a metamorphic quartzite monadnock rising to a peak above sea level, is one of the most distinctive natural features in the state of North Carolina. It is a remnant of the ancient chain of Sauratown Mountains. The Saura were the earliest known inhabitants of the region

Pilot Officer
Pilot officer is the lowest commissioned rank in the Royal Air Force and the air forces of many other Commonwealth countries. It ranks immediately below flying officer

Pilot whale
Pilot whales are cetaceans belonging to the genus Globicephala. There are two extant species, the long-finned pilot whale and the short-finned pilot whale . The two are not readily distinguished at sea and analysis of the skulls is the best way to tell the difference between them

Pima
The Pima are a group of American Indians living in an area consisting of what is now central and southern Arizona. The long name, "Akimel O'odham", means "river people". They are closely related to the Tohono O'odham and the Hia C-ed O'odham

Pimp C
Chad Lamont Butler , better known by his stage name Pimp C, was an American rapper, singer, and producer

Pimp My Ride
Pimp My Ride is a TV show produced by MTV. Each episode consists of taking one car in poor condition and restoring it and customizing it.The original United States version was hosted by rapper Xzibit

Pimpama River
The Pimpama River is a river situated in South East Queensland, with its catchment located in the northern part of Gold Coast City. It is bounded by the Logan/Albert River catchment to the north, the Coomera River catchment to the south and the Broadwater in the east

Pin cherry
Prunus pensylvanica, also known as bird cherry, fire cherry, pin cherry, and red cherry, is a North American cherry species in the genus Prunus.-Distribution:

Pinarello
Cicli Pinarello S.p.A. is an Italian bicycle manufacturer in Treviso, Italy. It supplies mostly hand-made bicycles for road racing, track racing and cyclo-cross.-Models:-Montello SLX:

Piñata
A piñata is a papier-mâché or other type of container that is decorated, filled with toys and or candy and then broken as part of a ceremony or celebration. Piñatas are most commonly associated with Mexico, but its origins are considered to be in China

Pinball
Pinball is a type of arcade game, usually coin-operated, where a player attempts to score points by manipulating one or more metal balls on a playfield inside a glass-covered case called a pinball machine. The primary objective of the game is to score as many points as possible

Pince-nez
Pince-nez are a style of spectacles, popular in the 19th century, which are supported without earpieces, by pinching the bridge of the nose. The name comes from French pincer, to pinch, and nez, nose.

Pinch hitter
In baseball, a pinch hitter is a substitute batter. Batters can be substituted at any time while the ball is dead ; the manager may use any player that has not yet entered the game as a substitute

Pindar
Pindar , was an Ancient Greek lyric poet. Of the canonical nine lyric poets of ancient Greece, his work is the best preserved. Quintilian described him as "by far the greatest of the nine lyric poets, in virtue of his inspired magnificence, the beauty of his thoughts and figures, the rich exuberance of his language and matter, and his rolling flood of eloquence"

Pine
Pines are trees in the genus Pinus ,in the family Pinaceae. They make up the monotypic subfamily Pinoideae. There are about 115 species of pine, although different authorities accept between 105 and 125 species.-Etymology:

Pine Crest School
Pine Crest School is a private college preparatory school with campuses in Boca Raton and Fort Lauderdale, Florida. It was founded in Fort Lauderdale in 1934 by Mae McMillan who began as a tutor to children of families spending the winter in South Florida, USA. In 1995, Dr. Lourdes Cowgill became the president of Pine Crest School, succeeding William J. McMillan, the son of Dr

Pine Marten
The European Pine Marten , known most commonly as the pine marten in Anglophone Europe, and less commonly also known as Pineten, baum marten, or sweet marten, is an animal native to Northern Europe belonging to the mustelid family, which also includes mink, otter, badger, wolverine and weasel. It is about the size of a domestic cat

Pine Ridge Indian Reservation
The Pine Ridge Indian Reservation is an Oglala Sioux Native American reservation located in the U.S. state of South Dakota. Originally included within the territory of the Great Sioux Reservation, Pine Ridge was established in 1889 in the southwest corner of South Dakota on the Nebraska border

Pine Siskin
The Pine Siskin is a North American bird in the finch family. It is a migratory bird with an extremely sporadic winter range.-Description:

Pine tar
Pine tar is a sticky material produced by the high temperature carbonization of pine wood in anoxic conditions . The wood is rapidly decomposed by applying heat and pressure in a closed container; the primary resulting products are charcoal and pine tar.Pine tar consists primarily of aromatic hydrocarbons, tar acids and tar bases

Pine View School
Pine View School for the Gifted is a public, college-preparatory, coeducational, school located in Osprey, Florida. Pine View serves students in second through twelfth grades.- Origin :

Pineal gland
The pineal gland is a small endocrine gland in the vertebrate brain. It produces the serotonin derivative melatonin, a hormone that affects the modulation of wake/sleep patterns and seasonal functions

Pineapple
Pineapple is the common name for a tropical plant and its edible fruit, which is actually a multiple fruit consisting of coalesced berries. It was given the name pineapple due to its resemblance to a pine cone. The pineapple is by far the most economically important plant in the Bromeliaceae

Pinhole camera model
The pinhole camera model describes the mathematical relationship between the coordinates of a 3D point and its projection onto the image plane of an ideal pinhole camera, where the camera aperture is described as a point and no lenses are used to focus light

Pininfarina
Pininfarina S.p.A. is an Italian car design firm and coachbuilder in Cambiano, Italy.Founded as Società anonima Carrozzeria Pinin Farina in 1930 by automobile designer and builder Battista "Pinin" Farina, Pininfarina has been employed by a wide variety of high-end automobile manufacturers, including Ferrari, Maserati, Rolls-Royce, Cadillac,

Pink Floyd The Wall (film)
Pink Floyd—The Wall is a 1982 British live-action/animated musical film directed by Alan Parker based on the 1979 Pink Floyd album The Wall. The screenplay was written by Pink Floyd vocalist and bassist Roger Waters. The film is highly metaphorical and is rich in symbolic imagery and sound

Pink salmon
Pink salmon or humpback salmon, Oncorhynchus gorbuscha, is a species of anadromous fish in the salmon family. It is the smallest and most abundant of the Pacific salmon.- Appearance :

Pink-backed Pelican
The Pink-backed Pelican is a member of the pelican family of birds. It is a resident breeder in Africa, southern Arabia and apparently extinct in Madagascar in swamps and shallow lakes.-Description:

Pink-headed Duck
The Pink-headed Duck is a large diving duck that was once found in parts of the Gangetic plains of India, Bangladesh and in the riverine swamps of Myanmar but feared extinct since the 1950s. Numerous searches have failed to provide any proof of continued existence

Pinkerton National Detective Agency
The Pinkerton National Detective Agency, usually shortened to the Pinkertons, is a private U.S. security guard and detective agency established by Allan Pinkerton in 1850. Pinkerton became famous when he claimed to have foiled a plot to assassinate president-elect Abraham Lincoln, who later hired Pinkerton agents for his personal security during the Civil War

Pinnacle Studio
Pinnacle Studio is a non-linear video editing software application manufactured by Pinnacle Systems, a division of Avid Technology. It is the consumer-level counterpart to Pinnacle's former professional-level software, Liquid Edition . It also inherits from VOB Computersysteme's Instant CD/DVD

Pinnate
Pinnate is a term used to describe feather-like or multi-divided features arising from both sides of a common axis in plant or animal structures, and comes from the Latin word pinna meaning "feather", "wing", or "fin". A similar term is pectinate, which refers to a comb-like arrangement of parts

Pinniped
Pinnipeds or fin-footed mammals are a widely distributed and diverse group of semiaquatic marine mammals comprising the families Odobenidae , Otariidae , and Phocidae .-Overview: Pinnipeds are typically sleek-bodied and barrel-shaped

Pinocchio
The Adventures of Pinocchio is a novel for children by Italian author Carlo Collodi, written in Florence. The first half was originally a serial between 1881 and 1883, and then later completed as a book for children in February 1883. It is about the mischievous adventures of Pinocchio , an animated marionette, and his poor father, a woodcarver named Geppetto

Pinot Noir
Pinot noir is a black wine grape variety of the species Vitis vinifera. The name may also refer to wines created predominantly from Pinot noir grapes

Pinsetter
In bowling, a pinsetter, or pinspotter, was originally a person who manually reset bowling pins to their correct position, cleared fallen pins, and returned bowling balls to players

Pint
The pint is a unit of volume or capacity that was once used across much of Europe with values varying from state to state from less than half a litre to over one litre. Within continental Europe, the pint was replaced with the metric system during the nineteenth century

Pinwheel Galaxy
The Pinwheel Galaxy is a face-on spiral galaxy distanced 21 million light-years away in the constellation Ursa Major, first discovered by Pierre Méchain on March 27, 1781, and communicated to Charles Messier who verified its position for inclusion in the Messier Catalogue as one of its final entries.On February

Pinworm
The pinworm , also known as threadworm or seatworm, is a nematode and a common human intestinal parasite, especially in children

Pio of Pietrelcina
Saint Pio of Pietrelcina was a Capuchin priest from Italy who is venerated as a saint in the Catholic Church. He was born Francesco Forgione, and given the name Pio when he joined the Capuchins; he was popularly known as Padre Pio after his ordination to the priesthood. He became famous for his stigmata

Pioneer Chicken
Pioneer Chicken, or Pioneer Take Out as it is officially named, is an American fried chicken restaurant which was founded in the Echo Park area of Los Angeles in 1961 by H.R. Kaufman. There are three locations remaining in Los Angeles. It still exists in China as well.During the 1980s, Los Angeles Lakers announcer Chick Hearn and former football great O. J

Pioneer High School
Pioneer High School is a public school in Ann Arbor, Michigan, with a rich tradition in the arts and sciences. Pioneer's music program recently won its sixth Grammy Award from the Grammy Foundation, an award which goes to the best High School music program in the United States each year

Pioneer Limited (passenger train)
The Pioneer Limited was a United States named passenger train operated by the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad on an overnight schedule between Chicago, Illinois, and Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota. The westbound train was Milwaukee Road train No. 1, and the eastbound train was train No

Pioneer Square, Seattle, Washington
Pioneer Square is a neighborhood in the southwest corner of Downtown Seattle, Washington, USA. It was once the heart of the city: Seattle's founders settled there in 1852, following a brief six-month settlement at Alki Point on the far side of Elliott Bay. The early structures in the neighborhood were mostly wooden, and nearly all burned in the Great Seattle Fire of 1889

Pionus
Pionus is a genus of medium-sized parrots native to Mexico, and Central and South America. Characteristic of the genus are the chunky body, bare eye ring , and short square tail. They are superficially similar to Amazon parrots, but smaller and in flight their wing-strokes are far deeper

Pipa
The pipa is a four-stringed Chinese musical instrument, belonging to the plucked category of instruments . Sometimes called the Chinese lute, the instrument has a pear-shaped wooden body with a varying number of frets ranging from 12–26

Pipe (material)
A pipe is a tubular section or hollow cylinder, usually but not necessarily of circular cross-section, used mainly to convey substances which can flow — liquids and gases , slurries, powders, masses of small solids

Pipe cleaner
A pipe cleaner or chenille stem is a type of brush originally intended for cleaning dottle from smoking pipes. Besides cleaning pipes, they can be used for any application that calls for cleaning out small bores or tight places. Special pipe cleaners are manufactured specifically for cleaning out medical apparatus and for engineering applications

Pipe Dream (video game)
Pipe Mania is a puzzle game developed in 1989 by The Assembly Line for the Amiga. It was ported to several other platforms by LucasFilm Games, who gave it the name Pipe Dream and acted as general distributors for the US

Pipeline transport
Pipeline transport is the transportation of goods through a pipe. Most commonly, liquids and gases are sent, but pneumatic tubes that transport solid capsules using compressed air are also used.

Piper (genus)
Piper, the pepper plants or pepper vines , are an economically and ecologically important genus in the family Piperaceae

Piper Aztec
-Accidents and incidents:*On 18 April 1974, Aztec G-AYDE was involved in a ground collision with BAC One-Eleven G-AXMJ at London Luton Airport after the pilot of the Aztec entered the active runway without clearance. He was killed and his passenger was injured

Piper Cherokee
The Piper PA-28 Cherokee is a family of light aircraft designed for flight training, air taxi, and personal use. It is built by Piper Aircraft.

Piper Halliwell
Piper Halliwell is a fictional character from the television series Charmed. One of the featured leads, Piper is introduced in the series as a witch and, more specifically, a Charmed One one of the most powerful witches of all time. The character was portrayed by Holly Marie Combs throughout the series run

Piper PA-31 Navajo
The Piper PA-31 Navajo is a family of cabin-class, twin-engine aircraft designed and built by Piper Aircraft for the general aviation market, most using Lycoming engines. It was also licence-built in a number of Latin American countries. Targeted at small-scale cargo and feeder liner operations and the corporate market, the aircraft was a success

Piper PA-34 Seneca
The Piper PA-34 Seneca is an American twin-engined light aircraft, produced by Piper Aircraft since 1971 and still in production in 2011.The Seneca is primarily used for personal and business flying.-Development:

Piper Saratoga
The Piper PA-32R is a six-seat, high-performance, single engine, all-metal fixed-wing aircraft produced by Piper Aircraft. The design began life as the Piper Lance, a retractable gear version of the Piper Cherokee Six. Later models are known as Saratogas

Piperaceae
The Piperaceae, also known as the pepper family, is a large family of flowering plants. The group contains roughly 3,610 currently accepted species in five genera. The vast majority of peppers can be found within the two main genera: Piper and Peperomia .Members of the Piperaceae may be small trees, shrubs or herbs

Piperine
Piperine is the alkaloid responsible for the pungency of black pepper and long pepper, along with chavicine . It has also been used in some forms of traditional medicine and as an insecticide. Piperine forms monoclinic needles, is slightly soluble in water and more so in alcohol, ether or chloroform: the solution in alcohol has a pepper-like taste

Pipevine swallowtail
The Pipevine Swallowtail is a swallowtail butterfly found in North and Central America. The butterflies are black with iridescent blue hind wings. They are found in many different habitats, but are most commonly found in forests

Piping
Within industry, piping is a system of pipes used to convey fluids from one location to another. The engineering discipline of piping design studies the efficient transport of fluid.

Piping and instrumentation diagram
A piping and instrumentation diagram/drawing is a diagram in the process industry which shows the piping of the process flow together with the installed equipment and instrumentation.-Contents and Function:

Pippi Longstocking (1969)
Pippi Longstocking was a TV series based on Astrid Lindgren's Pippi Longstocking children's books. The show ran for thirteen episodes, the pilot being broadcast 8 February 1969 on the then Swedish monopoly state channel SVT.

Piracetam
Piracetam is a nootropic drug. Piracetam's chemical name is 2-oxo-1-pyrrolidine acetamide; it shares the same 2-oxo-pyrrolidone base structure with 2-oxo-pyrrolidine carboxylic acid . Piracetam is a cyclic derivative of GABA. It is one of the group of racetams

Piracy
Piracy is an act of robbery or criminal violence at sea. The term can include acts committed on land, in the air, or in other major bodies of water or on a shore. It does not normally include crimes committed against persons traveling on the same vessel as the perpetrator

Piranha
A piranha or piraña is a member of family Characidae in order Characiformes, an omnivorous freshwater fish that inhabits South American rivers. In Venezuela, they are called caribes

 
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