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Jesus (1973 film)
Jesus is a 1973 Malayalam language film directed by P. A. Thomas and starring Murali Das, Gemini Ganesan, Jayabharathi, Jayalalitha, Thikkurissy Sukumaran Nair. M. N. Nambiar, K. P. Ummar, Jose Prakash, Bahadoor, V. K

Jesus (Brand New song)
"Jesus" is a song by alternative rock band Brand New. It is the second single from their 2006 album The Devil and God Are Raging Inside Me. The single was released on 7" vinyl and CD in the United Kingdom on April 30, 2007

Jet
-Aerospace:*Jet engine*Jet aircraft*Jet Airways, an airline based in India serving domestic and international routes*JetLite, subsidiary of Jet Airways*JetBlue Airways, an airline based in New York

Jet (fluid)
A jet is an efflux of fluid that is projected into a surrounding medium, usually from some kind of a nozzle, aperture or orifice. Jets can travel long distances without dissipating

Jet (UK band)
Jet were a glam rock band from London formed in 1974. They released one album in 1975 before splitting up, with the bulk of the band going on to become the punk/new wave band Radio Stars.-History:

Jet lag
Jet lag, medically referred to as desynchronosis, is a physiological condition which results from alterations to the body's circadian rhythms; it is classified as one of the circadian rhythm sleep disorders

Jet Lag (film)
Jet Lag is a 2002 film starring Juliette Binoche and Jean Reno. It is the second film directed by Danièle Thompson, after the 1999 release La Bûche.-Plot:

Jet set
"Jet set" is a journalistic term that was used to describe an international social group of wealthy people, organizing and participating all around the world in social activities that are unreachable to ordinary people

Jet Set
Jet Set is a BBC National Lottery game show that was broadcast on BBC One from 20 January 2001 to 8 August 2007. It was presented by Eamonn Holmes.-Format:

Jet set (disambiguation)
A jet set is an international social group of wealthy people.Jet set or Jetset may also refer to:* Jet Set , a game show in the United Kingdom, which is also in conjunction with the National Lottery

Jeta (Guinea-Bissau)
Jeta is an island in the Bissagos Islands, Guinea-Bissau. Its area is 109 km².

Jethro
- In the Bible :* Jethro , the father-in-law of Moses** parashath Yithro** Jethro in rabbinic literature- Others :* Jethro Tull * Jethro Burns* Jethro Franklin* Jethro Justinian Harris Teall* Jethro Pugh* Jethro Sumner

Jeti
Jeti is a cross-platform IM client that can be run in a web browser without installation. It uses the Java programming language and the XMPP protocol . It is open-source software

Jetliner
Jetliner are an alternative rock band from the USA. They focus on melodic piano based rock and have been compared to Queen and early Elton John, being heavily influenced by early 70s rock. Composed of Adam Paskowitz of The Flys, son of Doc Paskowitz, on piano and lead vocals, Jeff Kluesner on Guitar, 'The Duke' on the organ and Rob Jones playing drums. All members sing backing vocals

Jetsam (film)
Jetsam is a 2007 British film thriller, written and directed by Simon Welsford. It was shot in the English seaside resort town of Margate for the no-budget sum of £3,000 and stars Alex Reid, Shauna Macdonald and Jamie Draven. The two-week shoot wrapped on27 May 2006, and pre-production was completed nearly a year later, on 8 March 2007

Jetset (video game)
JETSET is a 1980 flight simulator, perhaps the first of its kind. The program simulates a Boeing 747 takeoff from a non-descript runway. Terrain is unclear due to the ASCII display, but the physics engine was noteworthy for the time and considering the simulator was written entirely in BASIC. It was originally written for the TRS-80 Model II

Jetstream (TV series)
Jetstream is a 2008 documentary television series produced by Paperny Films for the network Discovery Channel Canada. The series totals 8 episodes and premiered on January 8, 2008. The series was narrated by Canadian Actor Kavan Smith.

Jettison
Jettison may refer to:* A verb meaning to throw or eject from a ship, aircraft or vehicle; or discard or abandon; see marine debris* Jettison , a Chicago-based indie record label* Jettison , a punk band from the 1980s

Jew (disambiguation)
A Jew is a member of the Jewish people, or one who practices Judaism.It may also refer to:* Jew * Ed Jew, politician from San Francisco, California, U.S.

Jew's harp
The Jew's harp, jaw harp, mouth harp, Ozark harp, trump or juice harp, is thought to be one of the oldest musical instruments in the world; a musician apparently playing it can be seen in a Chinese drawing from the 4th century BC

Jewel
Jewel may refer to:*Gemstone or jewellery*Jewel , by Bret Lott*The Jewel, a 1936 film*Jewel , a 2001 television film*Jessica Jones, a superheroine in the Marvel universe*Jewel , a U.S

Jewel (film)
Jewel is a 2001 television drama film directed by Paul Shapiro, based on the book of the same name by Bret Lott.-Plot:In 1945 Jewel Hilburn , 39, and her husband Leston , 41, are scratching out a living in rural Mississippi, and caring for their four children: Raylene , 14; Burton , 11; Wilman , 10; and

Jewels (ballet)
Jewels is an award-winning ballet in three parts created for New York City Ballet by co-founder and founding choreographer George Balanchine. It premièred on Thursday,

Jewels (disambiguation)
Jewels is another name for gemstones.Jewels may also refer to:*Jewels , 1968*Jewels , a 1967 American ballet by George Balanchine*Jewels , 2007

Jewels (Einstürzende Neubauten album)
Jewels is a supporter's album by Einstürzende Neubauten, completed in mid-2007. Instead of being released as a full album, it was released digitally one track at a time, available as website downloads only to subscribers of the Phase III Supporter Project, consisting of 15 "jewels"

Jewels (song)
"Jewels" is the title of the eighth physical and ninth overall maxi single from alice nine. It was officially released on March 21, 2007

Jewett (automobile)
The Jewett was an automobile built in Detroit, Michigan by the Paige-Detroit Motor Car Company from March 1922 through December 1926. The Jewett was named after H.M. Jewett, president of Paige-Detroit. After the first 17 months of production approx. 40,000 vehicles were sold. The car was marketed as a Jewett 'Six' a companion to the Paige, the primary product of Paige-Detroit

Jewfish
Jewfish is the informal name of some species of fish, including:*Glaucosoma hebraicum, the West Australian Dhufish*Epinephelus itajara, the Goliath grouper*Argyrosomus japonicus, also called mulloway in Australia and dusky Kob in South Africa

Jezero (crater)
Jezero is a crater on Mars. Once flooded with water, the crater contains a fan-delta deposit rich in clays.In several Slavic languages including Bosnian, Croatian, Czech, Serbian, and Slovenian, the word jezero means "lake".-Mars Science Laboratory:

Jezioro
Jezioro may refer to the following villages:*Jezioro, Lower Silesian Voivodeship *Jezioro, Lublin Voivodeship *Jezioro, Masovian Voivodeship

JFK (soundtrack)
JFK is the original soundtrack of the 1991 Academy Award and Golden Globe-winning film, JFK, starring Kevin Costner, Tommy Lee Jones, Kevin Bacon, Joe Pesci and Sissy Spacek

Ji
JI or Ji or ji may refer to:*-ji A suffix or postposition used with name or title to show respect in the Indian subcontinent* Ji , a Chinese surname used by kings in the Zhou Dynasty* Ji , from Zhou Dynasty, etc

Jian (disambiguation)
Jian may refer to:*劍 jiàn "sword"**Jian, the straight bladed, double edged sword of China*儉 jiǎn "frugality"*Jian , bird in Chinese mythology*Jian Ghomeshi, a CBC broadcaster *Jian , Japanese era from 1021 through 1024

Jiang (rank)
Jiang is the rank held by general officers in the military of both the People's Republic of China and the Republic of China. The People's Liberation Army uses three grades at present while the Republic of China uses four, with the rank equivalent to the fourth being treated as a field officer rank in the PLA Jiang (将) (Wade-Giles: Chiang; traditional Chinese: 將) is the rank held by general officers in the military of both the People's Republic of China and the Republic of China. The People's Liberation Army uses three grades at present while the Republic of China uses four, with the rank equivalent to the fourth being treated as a field officer rank in the PLA Jiang (将) (Wade-Giles: Chiang; traditional Chinese: 將) is the rank held by general officers in the military of both the People's Republic of China and the Republic of China. The People's Liberation Army uses three grades at present while the Republic of China uses four, with the rank equivalent to the fourth being treated as a field officer rank in the PLA (i.e

Jiaozi
Jiǎozi 餃子 or 饺子 , bánh bột luộc , gyōza , Mo:Mo: or Momocha म:म: or ममचा , or pot sticker is a Chinese dumpling widely spread to Japan, Eastern and Western Asia.Jiaozi typically consist of a ground meat and/or vegetable filling wrapped into

Jib
A jib is a triangular staysail set ahead of the foremast of a sailing vessel. Its tack is fixed to the bowsprit, to the bow, or to the deck between the bowsprit and the foremost mast

Jib (disambiguation)
Jib can refer to:* Jib, a triangular sail at the front of a sailing boat* Jib , a boom device with a camera on one end* Jib , an individual who has gained popularity via the internet* Jib , in the West Bank.

Jibe
A jibe or gybe is a sailing maneuver where a sailing vessel turns its stern through the wind, such that the wind direction changes from one side of the boat to the other

Jibia
Jibia, , is a town and Local Government Area in Katsina State, northern Nigeria. The population of the LGA was approximately 125,000 as of 2003, and the area is 1037 km².The postal code of the area is 822.

JIBS
JIBS may refer to:* Journal of International Business Studies* Jonkoping International Business School* Jeju Free International City Broadcasting System

Jiffy
Jiffy can refer to:* Jiffy , one of several different very short periods of time* Jiffy mix, a line of baking mixes manufactured by the Chelsea Milling Company* "Jiffy lemons" - the plastic lemon-shaped containers used to package Jif

Jig
The Jig is a form of lively folk dance, as well as the accompanying dance tune, originating in England in the 16th century and today most associated with Irish dance music and Scottish country dance music

Jig (tool)
In metalworking and woodworking, a jig is a type of tool used to control the location and/or motion of another tool. A jig's primary purpose is to provide repeatability, accuracy, and interchangeability in the manufacturing of products. A jig is often confused with a fixture; a fixture holds the work in a fixed location

Jigger
The term jigger may refer to:*A Handcar, a hand-operated railway car*A Jigger , a measure of alcoholic beverage ingredients, and the tool used to measure them

Jiggers
Jiggers may refer to:* Jiggers - Iggy Arbuckle characters* Jiggers - alleyways in Liverpool, like chares in North-east EnglandFor other uses see jigger

Jigsaw
Jigsaw may refer to:* Jigsaw , a tool used for cutting arbitrary curves* Jigsaw puzzle, a tiling puzzle that requires the assembly of interlocking pieces- Film and television :* Jigsaw , a 1949 film noir

Jigsaw (comics)
Jigsaw, in comics, may refer to:* Jigsaw , a Marvel Comics supervillain and enemy of the Punisher* Jigsaw , a Harvey Comics character and the star of two eponymous series

Jigsaw (film)
Jigsaw is a 1949 film noir made by Tower Pictures and distributed by United Artists. It was directed by Fletcher Markle and produced by Edward J

Jigsaw (game show)
Jigsaw was a daytime quiz programme that aired for one series on Channel 4 in early 1987,the programme was hosted by Dickie Davies.

Jigsaw (teaching technique)
In education, jigsaw is a teaching technique invented by social psychologist Elliot Aronson in 1971. Students of an average sized class are divided into competency groups of four to six students, each of which is given a list of subtopics to research

Jigsaw Puzzle (song)
"Jigsaw Puzzle," sometimes spelled "Jig-Saw Puzzle" is a song by rock and roll band the Rolling Stones found on their 1968 album Beggars Banquet.Written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, "Jigsaw Puzzle" is one of the longer songs on the album

Jihad
Jihad , an Islamic term, is a religious duty of Muslims. In Arabic, the word jihād translates as a noun meaning "struggle". Jihad appears 41 times in the Quran and frequently in the idiomatic expression "striving in the way of God ". A person engaged in jihad is called a mujahid; the plural is mujahideen

Jihad (Ahmadiyya)
In Ahmadiyya Islam, pacifism is a strong current, and jihad is one's personal inner struggle and should not be used violently for political motives. Violence is the last option only to be used to protect religion and one's own life in extreme situations of persecution.Ahmadiyya claims its objective to be the peaceful propagation of Islam with special emphasis on spreading the true message of

Jihad (documentary)
Jihad is a 1986 documentary film produced and directed by Jeff B. Harmon about the Soviet war in Afghanistan as seen through the eyes of Haji Latif, 'The Lion of Kandahar’, and his group of Islamic holy warriors.

Jillian
Jillian may refer to:* Ann Jillian , American actress* Jillian's, a restaurant and arcade chain* Jillian, a song and single by Within TemptationPeople with the given name Jillian:

Jilt
Jilt or Jilţ may refer to:-*The Jilţ River, a tributary of the Jiu River in Romania.**Its tributary the Jilţ Slivileşti River.*The Jilţ Coal Mine, an open-pit mine in Romania

JIM
JIM is a Finnish national television channel that replaced Nelonen Plus on February 26, 2007.

Jim (album)
Jim is a 2008 album from Jamie Lidell. The album is less electronica-oriented than his previous album, Multiply.. In early 2009, Jim was named Best Pop/Rock Album at the 8th Annual Independent Music Awards. For the week of May 17, 2008, the album reached #183 on the U.S

JIM (Flemish TV channel)
JIM is a Flemish television channel that is aimed at people aged between 15 and 24. It's actually an abbreviation for "Jong, Interactief en Meer" . During its first years, the channel mainly broadcast music videos

Jim (Huckleberry Finn)
Jim is one of two major fictional characters in the classic novel Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain. The book chronicles the journey of Jim and Huckleberry "Huck" Finn down the Mississippi River in the antebellum Southern United States. Jim is an adult African American who has escaped from slavery and is trying to reach freedom

Jim (song)
"Jim" is a popular song with music by Caesar Petrillo and Edward Ross, lyrics by Nelson Shawn. The song was published in 1941.

Jim Crow (rap group)
Jim Crow is a rap group made up of Polow da Don, Cutty Cartel and Mr. Mo.- Singles :* Bandits * That Drama

Plantain
Plantain is the common name for herbaceous plants of the genus Musa. The fruit they produce is generally used for cooking, in contrast to the soft, sweet banana

Plantar wart
-External links:* at the Mayo Clinic website* at The Merck Manual* at dermnet.com

Plantation economy
A plantation economy is an economy which is based on agricultural mass production, usually of a few staple products grown on large farms called plantations. Plantation economies rely on the export of cash crops as a source of income

Planthopper
A planthopper is any insect in the infraorder Fulgoromorpha within the Hemiptera. The name comes from their remarkable resemblance to leaves and other plants of their environment and from the fact that they often "hop" for quick transportation in a similar way to that of grasshoppers. However, planthoppers generally walk very slowly so as not to attract attention

Planula
A planula is the free-swimming, flattened, ciliated, bilaterally symmetric larval form of various cnidarian species. The planula forms from the fertilized egg of a medusa, as the case in scyphozoans and some hydrozoans, or from a polyp, as in the case of anthozoans

Plasma display
A plasma display panel is a type of flat panel display common to large TV displays or larger. They are called "plasma" displays because the technology utilizes small cells containing electrically charged ionized gases, or what are in essence chambers more commonly known as fluorescent lamps.-General characteristics:Plasma displays are bright A plasma display panel (PDP) is a type of flat panel display common to large TV displays or larger. They are called "plasma" displays because the technology utilizes small cells containing electrically charged ionized gases, or what are in essence chambers more commonly known as fluorescent lamps.-General characteristics:Plasma displays are bright A plasma display panel (PDP) is a type of flat panel display common to large TV displays or larger. They are called "plasma" displays because the technology utilizes small cells containing electrically charged ionized gases, or what are in essence chambers more commonly known as fluorescent lamps.-General characteristics:Plasma displays are bright (1,000 lux or higher for the

Plasma lamp
Plasma globes, or plasma lamps , are novelty items that were most popular in the 1980s

Plasma oscillation
Plasma oscillations, also known as "Langmuir waves" , are rapid oscillations of the electron density in conducting media such as plasmas or metals. The oscillations can be described as an instability in the dielectric function of a free electron gas. The frequency only depends weakly on the wavelength

Plasmid
In microbiology and genetics, a plasmid is a DNA molecule that is separate from, and can replicate independently of, the chromosomal DNA. They are double-stranded and, in many cases, circular

Plasmodium
Plasmodium is a genus of parasitic protists. Infection by these organisms is known as malaria. The genus Plasmodium was described in 1885 by Ettore Marchiafava and Angelo Celli. Currently over 200 species of this genus are recognized and new species continue to be described.Of the over 200 known species of Plasmodium, at least 11 species infect humans

Plasmodium falciparum
Plasmodium falciparum is a protozoan parasite, one of the species of Plasmodium that cause malaria in humans. It is transmitted by the female Anopheles mosquito. Malaria caused by this species is the most dangerous form of malaria, with the highest rates of complications and mortality

Plasmodium malariae
Plasmodium malariae is a parasitic protozoa that causes malaria in humans. It is closely related to Plasmodium falciparum and Plasmodium vivax which are responsible for most malarial infection. While found worldwide, it is a so-called "benign malaria" and is not nearly as dangerous as that produced by P. falciparum or P. vivax. P

Plasmolysis
Plasmolysis is the process in plant cells where the cytoplasm pulls away from the cell wall due to the loss of water through osmosis. The reverse process, cytolysis, can occur if the cell is in a hypotonic solution resulting in a higher external osmotic pressure and a net flow of water into the cell

Plaster
Plaster is a building material used for coating walls and ceilings. Plaster starts as a dry powder similar to mortar or cement and like those materials it is mixed with water to form a paste which liberates heat and then hardens. Unlike mortar and cement, plaster remains quite soft after setting, and can be easily manipulated with metal tools or even sandpaper

Plasterwork
Plasterwork refers to construction or ornamentation done with plaster, such as a layer of plaster on an interior wall or plaster decorative moldings on ceilings or walls. This is also sometimes called pargeting

Plastic
A plastic material is any of a wide range of synthetic or semi-synthetic organic solids used in the manufacture of industrial products. Plastics are typically polymers of high molecular mass, and may contain other substances to improve performance and/or reduce production costs

Plastic Armour
Plastic armour was a type of vehicle armour originally developed for merchant ships by Edward Terrell of the British Admiralty in 1940

Plastic bag
A plastic bag, polybag, or pouch is a type of packaging made of thin, flexible, plastic film, nonwoven fabric, or plastic textile. Plastic bags are used for containing and transporting goods such as foods, produce, powders, ice, magazines, comic books, chemicals and waste.Most plastic bags are heat sealed together

Plastic model
thumb|300px||4-year-old boy starts painting a plastic model he has assembled of the South Goodwin LightshipPlastic models, often called scale models, are models manufactured as kits which are assembled by hobbyists, and intended for static display.

Plastic recycling
Plastic recycling is the process of recovering scrap or waste plastics and reprocessing the material into useful products, sometimes completely different in form from their original state. For instance, this could mean melting down soft drink bottles and then casting them as plastic chairs and tables

Plastic wrap
Plastic wrap, cling film , cling wrap or food wrap, is a thin plastic film typically used for sealing food items in containers to keep them fresh over a longer period of time

Plasticity (physics)
In physics and materials science, plasticity describes the deformation of a material undergoing non-reversible changes of shape in response to applied forces. For example, a solid piece of metal being bent or pounded into a new shape displays plasticity as permanent changes occur within the material itself

Plastics extrusion
Plastics extrusion is a high volume manufacturing process in which raw plastic material is melted and formed into a continuous profile. Extrusion produces items such as pipe/tubing, weather stripping, fence, deck railing, window frames, adhesive tape and wire insulation.-Process:In the extrusion of plastics, raw thermoplastic material in the form of small beads Plastics extrusion is a high volume manufacturing process in which raw plastic material is melted and formed into a continuous profile. Extrusion produces items such as pipe/tubing, weather stripping, fence, deck railing, window frames, adhesive tape and wire insulation.-Process:In the extrusion of plastics, raw thermoplastic material in the form of small beads Plastics extrusion is a high volume manufacturing process in which raw plastic material is melted and formed into a continuous profile. Extrusion produces items such as pipe/tubing, weather stripping, fence, deck railing, window frames, adhesive tape and wire insulation.-Process:In the extrusion of plastics, raw thermoplastic material in the form of small beads (often called resin in

Plate
Plate may refer to:* Plate , a broad, mainly flat vessel on which food is served* Silver or the plate, dishware and cutlery made of sterling, Britannia or Sheffield plate silver* Plating, the deposition of metallic layers

Plate armour
Plate armour is a historical type of personal armour made from iron or steel plates.While there are early predecessors such the Roman-era lorica segmentata, full plate armour developed in Europe during the Late Middle Ages, especially in the context of the Hundred Years' War, from the coat of plates worn over mail suits during the 13th century

Plate tectonics
Plate tectonics is a scientific theory that describes the large scale motions of Earth's lithosphere

Plateau
In geology and earth science, a plateau , also called a high plain or tableland, is an area of highland, usually consisting of relatively flat terrain. A highly eroded plateau is called a dissected plateau

Plateau State
Plateau State is the twelfth largest state of Nigeria, and is roughly located in the center of the country. It is geographically unique in Nigeria because its boundaries totally surround the Jos Plateau, having the Jos Plateau totally in its central and northern part

Plateosaurus
Plateosaurus is a genus of plateosaurid dinosaur that lived during the Late Triassic period, around 216 to 199 million years ago, in what is now Central and Northern Europe. Plateosaurus is a basal sauropodomorph dinosaur, a so-called "prosauropod"

Plating
Plating is a surface covering in which a metal is deposited on a conductive surface. Plating has been done for hundreds of years, but it is also critical for modern technology

Platinum
Platinum is a chemical element with the chemical symbol Pt and an atomic number of 78. Its name is derived from the Spanish term platina del Pinto, which is literally translated into "little silver of the Pinto River." It is a dense, malleable, ductile, precious, gray-white transition metal

Plato
Plato , was a Classical Greek philosopher, mathematician, student of Socrates, writer of philosophical dialogues, and founder of the Academy in Athens, the first institution of higher learning in the Western world. Along with his mentor, Socrates, and his student, Aristotle, Plato helped to lay the foundations of Western philosophy and science. In the famous words of A.N

Platonic solid
In geometry, a Platonic solid is a convex polyhedron that is regular, in the sense of a regular polygon. Specifically, the faces of a Platonic solid are congruent regular polygons, with the same number of faces meeting at each vertex; thus, all its edges are congruent, as are its vertices and angles.There are five Platonic solids :The name of each figure is derived

Platonism
Platonism is the philosophy of Plato or the name of other philosophical systems considered closely derived from it. In a narrower sense the term might indicate the doctrine of Platonic realism

Platt Brothers
Platt Brothers & Co Ltd, was a British company based at Oldham, in North West England. They were textile machinery manufacturers, iron founders and colliery proprietors, and by the end of the 19th century, had become the largest textile machinery company in the world, employing over 12,000 workers

Plattsburgh (city), New York
Plattsburgh is a city in and county seat of Clinton County, New York, United States. The population was 19,989 at the 2010 census. The population of the unincorporated areas within the Town of Plattsburgh was 11,870 as of the 2010 census; making the population for the immediate, urban Plattsburgh, New York Region 31,859.The city of Plattsburgh is located entirely within the original

Plattsburgh Air Force Base
Plattsburgh Air Force Base is a former United States Air Force Strategic Air Command base covering 3,447 acres in the extreme northeast corner of New York, 20 miles south of the Canadian border

Platypus
The platypus is a semi-aquatic mammal endemic to eastern Australia, including Tasmania. Together with the four species of echidna, it is one of the five extant species of monotremes, the only mammals that lay eggs instead of giving birth to live young

Plautus
Titus Maccius Plautus , commonly known as "Plautus", was a Roman playwright of the Old Latin period. His comedies are the earliest surviving intact works in Latin literature. He wrote Palliata comoedia, the genre devised by the innovator of Latin literature, Livius Andronicus

Plaxo
Plaxo is an online address book and social networking service originally founded by Sean Parker, Minh Nguyen and two Stanford engineering students, Todd Masonis and Cameron Ring

Play Misty for Me
Play Misty for Me is a 1971 American psychological thriller film, directed by and starring Clint Eastwood, in his directorial debut. Jessica Walter and Donna Mills co-star. The original music score was composed by Dee Barton.-Plot:

Play Your Cards Right
Play Your Cards Right is a British television game show based on the American show known as Card Sharks. The gameplay was basically the same as in the American version.-Broadcast History:

Playa del Carmen
Playa del Carmen is a balneario resort city just south of Cancún on the coast of the Caribbean Sea, in the northeast of the Mexican state of Quintana Roo. The city is the seat of the Solidaridad municipality. In the 2010 census, the city had a population of 149,923 people and it is rapidly growing in population

Playback (novel)
Playback is the final complete novel by Raymond Chandler, which features his iconic creation Philip Marlowe. It was published in 1958, the year before his death.-Plot summary:This novel puts Marlowe in the position of turning against his client

Playboy Bunny
A Playboy Bunny is a waitress at the Playboy Club. The Playboy Clubs were originally open from 1960 to 1988. The Club re-opened in one location in The Palms Hotel in Las Vegas in 2006

Player piano
A player piano is a self-playing piano, containing a pneumatic or electro-mechanical mechanism that operates the piano action via pre-programmed music perforated paper, or in rare instances, metallic rolls. The rise of the player piano grew with the rise of the mass-produced piano for the home in the late 19th and early 20th century

Playground
A playground or play area is a place with a specific design for children be able to play there. It may be indoors but is typically outdoors

Playland (Vancouver)
Playland is an amusement park in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It is located in Hastings Park and is the oldest amusement park in Canada.

Playmobil
Playmobil is a line of toys produced by the Brandstätter Group , headquartered in Zirndorf, Germany.New products and product lines developed by a 50-strong development team are frequently introduced by Brandstätter. Some of these, such as promotional products, are only produced in limited quantities

PlayStation 2
The PlayStation 2 is a sixth-generation video game console manufactured by Sony as part of the PlayStation series. Its development was announced in March 1999 and it was first released on March 4, 2000, in Japan

PlayStation Home
PlayStation Home is a virtual 3D social gaming network developed by Sony Computer Entertainment's London Studio for the PlayStation 3 on the PlayStation Network . It is available directly from the PlayStation 3 XrossMediaBar under PlayStation Network. Membership is free, and only requires a PSN account

Pleasant Valley State Prison
Pleasant Valley State Prison is a minimum/medium/maximum security state prison in Coalinga, Fresno County, California. The facility houses Sirhan Sirhan, the convicted assassin of Senator Robert F

Please Understand Me
Please Understand Me: Character and Temperament Types is a psychology book written by David Keirsey and Marilyn Bates which focuses on the classification and categorization of personality types. The book contains a self-assessed personality questionnaire, known as the Keirsey Temperament Sorter, which links human behaviourial patterns to four temperaments and sixteen character types

Plecostomus
Hypostomus plecostomus is the scientific name for a type of freshwater tropical Central and South American fish belonging to the family Loricariidae. They are large algae eaters, and to differentiate them from small algae eaters, they are often referred to as plecostomus, often abbreviated as plecos or plecs

Plectranthus
Plectranthus, with some 350 species, is a genus of warm-climate plants occurring largely in the southern hemisphere, in sub-Saharan Africa, Madagascar, India and the Indonesian archipelago down to Australia and some Pacific islands. It is closely related to Solenostemon, sometimes known as the spurflowers

Plectranthus esculentus
Plectranthus esculentus is a species of plant in the Lamiaceae family. It is indigenous to Africa, where it is grown for its edible tubers. It is more difficult to cultivate than Plectranthus rotundifolius, but able to give greater yields.

Pledge of Allegiance
The Pledge of Allegiance of the United States is an expression of loyalty to the federal flag and the republic of the United States of America, originally composed by Christian Socialist Francis Bellamy in 1892 and formally adopted by Congress as the pledge in 1942

Pleistocene
The Pleistocene is the epoch from 2,588,000 to 11,700 years BP that spans the world's recent period of repeated glaciations. The name pleistocene is derived from the Greek and .

Plekhanov Russian Academy of Economics
Plekhanov Russian Economic University is a public university located in Moscow, Russia. The university is one of the largest Russian economic institutes of higher education and a member of several international university bodies, such as the European University Association and the European Foundation for Management Development.REU changed its name more than once: Moscow Institute of

Pleonasm
Pleonasm is the use of more words or word-parts than is necessary for clear expression: examples are black darkness, or burning fire

Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Plesetsk Cosmodrome is a Russian spaceport, located in Arkhangelsk Oblast, about 800 km north of Moscow and approximately 200 km south of Arkhangelsk.-Overview:

Plesiadapis
Plesiadapis is one of the oldest known primate-like mammal species which existed about 58-55 million years ago in North America and Europe. Plesiadapis literally means "near-Adapis", which is a reference to the Eocene lemuriform, Adapis

Plesiosaur
Plesiosauroidea is an extinct clade of carnivorous plesiosaur marine reptiles. Plesiosauroids, are known from the Jurassic and Cretaceous Periods

Plessey
The Plessey Company plc was a British-based international electronics, defence and telecommunications company. It originated in 1917, growing and diversifying into electronics. It expanded after the second world war by acquisition of companies and formed overseas companies

Plessur (district)
Plessur District is an administrative district in the canton of Graubünden, Switzerland. It has an area of and has a population of . The district is named after the river Plessur which crosses it.

Plessy v. Ferguson
Plessy v. Ferguson, 163 U.S. 537 , is a landmark United States Supreme Court decision in the jurisprudence of the United States, upholding the constitutionality of state laws requiring racial segregation in private businesses , under the doctrine of "separate but equal".The decision was handed down by a vote of 7 to 1 with the majority opinion

Pleural effusion
Pleural effusion is excess fluid that accumulates between the two pleural layers, the fluid-filled space that surrounds the lungs. Excessive amounts of such fluid can impair breathing by limiting the expansion of the lungs during ventilation.-Pathophysiology:

Pleurisy
Pleurisy is an inflammation of the pleura, the lining of the pleural cavity surrounding the lungs. Among other things, infections are the most common cause of pleurisy.

Plimsoll shoe
A plimsoll shoe, plimsoll, or plimsole is a British English word for a type of athletic shoe with a canvas upper and rubber sole, developed as beachwear in the 1830s by the Liverpool Rubber Company. The shoe was originally, and often still is in parts of the United Kingdom, called a 'sand shoe' and acquired the nickname 'plimsoll' in the 1870s

Pliocene
The Pliocene Epoch is the period in the geologic timescale that extends from 5.332 million to 2.588 million years before present. It is the second and youngest epoch of the Neogene Period in the Cenozoic Era. The Pliocene follows the Miocene Epoch and is followed by the Pleistocene Epoch

 
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