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KCAL (AM)
KCAL, 1410AM, is a radio station based in San Bernardino, California, USA. It is owned by Lazer Broadcasting, which owns a number of small outlets throughout southern California

KDY
KDY could refer to:* Kirkcaldy railway station, Scotland, with National Rail station code KDY* Krio Descendants Union* Kuat Drive Yards, a company in the fictional Star Wars universe that manufactures Star Destroyers

Ke (surname)
Ke is a transliteration of a common Chinese surname, written 柯 . It originally appeared on the Hundred Family Surnames, but as of 2006 was no longer one of the top 100 most common surnames

Kea
The Kea is a large species of parrot found in forested and alpine regions of the South Island of New Zealand. About long, it is mostly olive-green with a brilliant orange under its wings and has a large narrow curved grey-brown upper beak. The Kea is the world's only alpine parrot

Keane (company)
Keane Inc a unit of NTT Data Corporation is a U.S.-based Information Technology services firm. It offers Application Services, as well as Infrastructure and Business Process Outsourcing solutions delivered through onsite, nearshore, and offshore resources.

Keane (film)
Keane is a 2004 American drama film written and directed by Lodge Kerrigan. Set in New York City, it focuses on a mentally disturbed man trying to come to terms with the abduction of his daughter several months earlier and the relationship he develops with a young girl and her mother.The film premiered at the 2004 Telluride Film Festival and was shown at the Toronto International

Keats (band)
Keats was a short-lived British band which produced one eponymous album in 1984. It was an Alan Parsons Project offshoot. Its members were Colin Blunstone , Ian Bairnson , Pete Bardens , David Paton and Stuart Elliott .-Track listing:

Kebek
Kebek was khan of the Chagatai Khanate from 1309 until 1310, and again from c. 1318 until his death.-First Reign:Kebek was the son of Duwa, who was khan from 1282 until 1307

Ked
Ked or KED or ked may refer to:* Ked , a village of Jhunjanu district, Rajasthan* Keds , a brand of footwear* Kendrick Extrication Device* Hippoboscidae, a parasitic louse fly

KEDD
KEDD may refer to:* KEDD-LP, a low-power television station licensed to Lancaster, California, United States* KGBB, a radio station licensed to Edwards, California, United States, which used the call sign KEDD from November 1998 to September 2007* A fictional radio station heard in the car at the start of 405 The Movie

KEE
KEE is a frame-based development tool for Expert Systems. KEE was developed and sold by IntelliCorp. It was first released in 1983 and ran on Lisp Machines. KEE was later ported to Lucid Common Lisp with CLX

Keeda
Keida is an Israeli settlement in the West Bank named after a genus of flower that grows in the region. It is situated just off the Allon Road, a five minute drive east of Shilo. Other Israeli villages in the area include Shvut Rachel, Giv'at Har'el, Esh Kodesh, and Adei Ad

Keel
In boats and ships, keel can refer to either of two parts: a structural element, or a hydrodynamic element. These parts overlap. As the laying down of the keel is the initial step in construction of a ship, in British and American shipbuilding traditions the construction is dated from this event

KEEL
KEEL is a radio station broadcasting a News Talk Information format. Licensed to Shreveport, Louisiana, USA, the station serves the Shreveport area. The station is currently owned by Townsquare Media and features programing from ABC Radio and airs Louisiana Tech games.From 9 to 11 a.m. weekdays, KEEL airs The Moon Griffon Show, a Louisiana talk show based in Monroe

Keelhaul
Keelhaul may refer to:* Keelhauling, a form of corporal punishment used against sailors* Operation Keelhaul, the repatriation of Russian prisoners of war after World War II* Keelhaul , American band from Ohio

Keels
Keels may refer to:* Keels, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada* Paul Keels , play-by-play announcer

Keen
- Persons :* Alan Keen* Andrew Keen* Ann Keen* Arthur Keen* Diane Keen* Geoffrey Keen* Harold Keen* Jessica Keen* John Keen * John Keen * Malcolm Keen

KeeN
KeeN is a band born in Sulmona, Italy, in February 2003. KeeN are influenced by several industrial metal bands like Rammstein, The Kovenant and Marilyn Manson , and metal bands like Metallica, but the KeeN sound is a personal mix of melodies, aggressiveness, involving rhythms and electronic samplings; a result of the union of

Keening
Keening is a form of vocal lament associated with mourning that is traditional in Scotland and Ireland.-Etymology:"Keen" as a noun or verb comes from the Irish/Scots Gaelic term "caoineadh" and references to it from the seventh, eighth and twelfth centuries are extensive.-History:Written sources that refer to the practice in Ireland and Gaelic Scotland reappear from the

Keenspot
Keenspot is a webcomics portal founded in March 2000 by cartoonist Chris Crosby , Crosby's mother Teri, cartoonist Darren Bleuel , and Nathan Stone.-History:

Keep
A keep is a type of fortified tower built within castles during the Middle Ages by European nobility. Scholars have debated the scope of the word keep, but usually consider it to refer to large towers in castles that were fortified residences, used as a refuge of last resort should the rest of the castle fall to an adversary

Keep Away
Keep Away, also called Monkey in the Middle, Piggy in the Middle, Pickle in a Dish, or Pickle in the Middle, is a children's game in which two or more players must pass a ball to one another, while a player in the middle attempts to intercept it

Keep Away (song)
"Keep Away" is the second single by heavy metal band Godsmack. It was released on the band's first studio album Godsmack. It is also among one of the band's most popular songs to fans

Keep It Together (album)
Keep It Together is an album by the band Guster released in June 2003. The album was recorded from 2001 to 2003 in Bearsville, New York, New York City, Burbank, California, and Shokan, New York. This is the first album by Guster that features Brian Rosenworcel on kit drums instead of hand percussion

Keep Off
Keep Off is a 2006 Dutch children's film, based on the children's novel Afblijven by Carry Slee. The film, much like the book, explores drug abuse by adolescents and the negative effects it has on their lifes.

Keep On
Keep On is the third album from original Pop Idol winner Will Young. The album was released on November 21, 2005, debuting at #2 on the albums chart in the United Kingdom, as the album sold 107,318 copies in its first week. However, its biggest sales are 132,109, in its fifth week when the album registered at #13. This is also his first album not to go #1

Keep on Truckin'
Keep on truckin is a phrase from the 1930s song "Trucking My Blues Away" by Blind Boy Fuller. It may also refer to:* "Keep on Truckin'" , a comic and visual motif by Robert Crumb* "Keep on Truckin'" , a 1973 song by Eddie Kendricks

Keep on Truckin' (comic)
"Keep on Truckin" is a one-page comic by Robert Crumb. It was published in the first issue of Zap Comix in 1968. A visual riff on the lyrics of the Blind Boy Fuller song "Truckin' My Blues Away", it consists of an assortment of men, drawn in Crumb's distinctive style, strutting confidently across various landscapes

Keeper
-People:* Cyril Keeper , Canadian politician* Joe Keeper , Canadian long distance runner and Olympian* The Keeper of the Register, Keeper of the National Register of Historic Places* Gamekeeper* Lighthouse keeper* Museum curator

Keeper (novel)
Keeper is a fictional sports novel for children by Mal Peet, published on October 6, 2003 by Walker Books Ltd. The novel takes the form of an interview by Paul Faustino in which the world's best goalkeeper, El Gato , tells his life story

Keepers (disambiguation)
Keepers may refer to:* Keepers , a 2005 novel written by Gary A. Braunbeck* "Keepers" , the sixth episode of the first season of Journeyman* Keepers: Greatest Hits, a Tracy Byrd album* Keepers , 1997

Keeping
Keeping is a surname, and may refer to:* Charles Keeping , British illustrator, children's book author and lithographer* Frank Keeping , British racing cyclist* Jeff Keeping , Canadian Football League defensive tackle

Keepsake
Keepsake was an American barbershop quartet from Florida that won the 1992 SPEBSQSA International Barbershop Competition. Members of the quartet areJoe Connelly , Tony Derosa , Don Barnick , and Roger Ross .-Discography:

Keepsake
Keepsake may refer to:*Souvenir, a item that reminds a person of a specific event or time*Keepsake , an adventure computer game*Keepsake , a barbershop quartet*Keepsake , an influential emo band

KEES (AM)
KEES is a radio station broadcasting a News Talk Information format. Licensed to Gladewater, Texas. The station serves the Longview-Marshall area and is currently owned by Gleiser Communications, LLC and features programing from ABC Radio and Westwood One.

Keeshond
The Keeshond is a medium-sized dog with a plush two-layer coat of silver and black fur with a 'ruff' and a curled tail. It originated in Germany, and its closest relatives are the other German spitzes such as the Pomeranian

Keeve
Keeve and Keeving are terms used in:* Cider making* Ore dressing* Topography * Kier , or keeve, kier, or kieve, a large boiler or vat used in bleaching cotton

Keg
A keg is a small barrel.Traditionally, a wooden keg is made by a cooper used to transport items such as nails, gunpowder., and a variety of liquids.

Kegel (bowling)
Also spelled Kegeln.Kegel is an Australian bowling game, in which a player rolls a wooden or plastic ball along a smooth, hard indoor lane . The object of the game is to knock down the nine kegels at the other end of the lane. Kegel is based on traditional German games and is therefore closely related to both skittles and Ten-pin bowling

KEGS (emulator)
KEGS is an Apple IIgs emulator for multiple platforms . Its acronym stands for Kent's Emulated GS.It is capable of emulating a IIgs with 8-120 MHz, and runs most applications and games.

Keil
Keil is a surname, and may refer to:*Alfredo Keil , Portuguese romantic composer and painter*Alphonso Keil Samoan born rock & roll musician, founding member of The Zodiacs and The Kavaliers

KEIN
KEIN is a radio station broadcasting a Adult Standards/MOR format. Licensed to Great Falls, Montana, USA, the station serves the Great Falls area. The station is currently owned by Community Communications and features programing from Westwood One, CBS Radio and Music Of Your Life.

Kein (album)
Kein is an EP released by Unsraw on September 26, 2007. It is part of a dual-album release campaign with Abel. The pair of EPs are named after the biblical story of Cain and Abel.-Track listing:#"Clevage" – 3:59#"Sora" – 6:01

Keith (band)
Keith were an English rock band. Keith formed in Warrington in 2002. The band moved to Manchester in 2004. The band were the 2006 joint winners of the Road to V competition with the London based Bombay Bicycle Club

Keith (given name)
Keith is a masculine given name. It comes from a Scottish surname, which is derived from a place name meaning "wood, forest". Keith was the 298th most common name given to newborn boys in the United States in 2007

Keith (surname)
Keith was the surname of an ancient Scottish family who held the office of Knight Marischal and later Earl Marischal of Scotland. The common surname is derived from this family or the town of Keith in Morayshire.-List of persons with the surname:* A

Keith Walker
Keith Walker is an American professional wrestler who competes in North American and international promotions including Ring of Honor, Harley Race's World League Wrestling and Pro Wrestling Noah.

KEKO
KEKO may refer to:* KEKO , a radio station licensed to Hebbronville, Texas, United States* The ICAO airport code for Elko Regional Airport in Elko, Nevada, United States

KEKO (FM)
KEKO is a Spanish language Christian formatted radio station that serves the Hebbronville, Texas, area. This station is a repeater of KBAW from Zapata, Texas.-External links:

KEKS
KEKS is a radio station broadcasting a CHR format. Licensed to Olpe, Kansas, USA, the station serves the Emporia, Kansas area. The station is currently owned by MyTown Media, LLC.-History:

Kel
Kel may refer to:* Raquel Calderón, Chilean singer and actress* Kel Mitchell, American actor and comedian* KEL, the IATA airport code for Kiel-Holtenau airport in Germany* Kabataş Erkek Lisesi

KELA
Kela, or Kansaneläkelaitos , also FPA or Folkpensionsanstalten , and SII or Social Insurance Institution , is a Finnish government agency in charge of settling benefits under national social security programs

KELA (AM)
KELA is a radio station broadcasting a talk radio format, co-licensed to Centralia and Chehalis, Washington, USA. The station is currently owned by Bicoastal Media.

Kelda
Kelda may refer to:*Kelda Group, a British utilities company*Kelda Holmes, a British actress*Kelda Roys, Wisconsin politician*A queen of a tribe of Nac Mac Feegle, a fictional race featured in Terry Pratchetts Discworld novels.

Kele (disambiguation)
Kele is a Hopi name meaning "Sparrow"Kele can refer to:*Kele people , a Bantu ethnic group of about 160,000 people*Kele people , a Bantu ethnic group of about 10,000 people*Kélé, an Afro-Lucian religion

KELI
KELI or Keli may refer to:*KELI , a radio station licensed to San Angelo, Texas, United States*Kelli , Greece, a former village*Keli , a 1991 Indian Malayalam drama film directed by Bharathan

Kelle
Kelle is a city and seat of Kelle District in the Cuvette-Ouest Region of northeastern Republic of the Congo.The city is served by Kelle Airport.

Keller
Keller is the German word for cellar. It is a very rare first name but a somewhat common surname in several languages.-Place names:Keller is the name of several places in the United States of America:*Keller, Georgia*Keller, Texas*Keller, Virginia

Kelli
-Places:*Kelli, Drama, a former village in the Drama Prefecture, Greece*Kelli, Florina, a village in the Florina Prefecture, Greece-Names:*The name Kelly*Kelli Kassidi, voice actress*Kelli Williams

Kelly
- People :* Kelly , an English-language unisex given name* Kelly , an English-language version of an Irish surname* Clan Kelly, a Scottish clan* The Kelly Family, an Irish-American-European music group

Kelly (name)
Kelly is a surname in the English language. The name has numerous origins. In some cases it is derived from toponyms located in Wales, Scotland and England, in other cases it is derived from patronyms in the Irish language.-Etymology:

Kelly Richey
Kelly Richey is an American blues rock guitarist, singer and composer based out of Cincinnati, Ohio.-Early life:Kelly Richey was born and raised in Lexington, Kentucky, in a conservative Christian household that avoided rock music. Her first instrument was the piano. Her second instrument was a drum kit that her neighbor let her take home

Kelner
Kelner is a surname, and may refer to:* Martin Kelner* Simon Kelner* Toni Kelner

KELP
KELP may refer to:* the ICAO code for the El Paso International Airport* KELP , a radio station licensed to El Paso, Texas, United States* KELP-FM, a radio station licensed to Mesquite, New Mexico, United States

KELP (AM)
KELP is an American radio station licensed to serve the community of El Paso, Texas, USA. The station broadcasts a Christian radio format to the greater El Paso metropolitan area. The station is currently owned by McClatchey Broadcasting. KELP airs a mix of local and syndicated programming, including several shows from the Moody Bible Institute

Kelp (disambiguation)
Kelp is the large seaweed.Kelp may also refer to:* Kelp Records, labelKELP, etc.:* KELP, El Paso International Airport* Broadcasting stations** KELP ** KELP-FM* Kelp annotation framework, a computer source code annotation framework

Kelsey (given name)
Kelsey is a given name meaning 'from the ship island'. The name could be derived from an English given name Ceolsige, which meant "ship's victory" could be an Old English place name meaning "Cenel's island." "Cenel's Island" is a combination of the Old English word "cenel", meaning "fierce", and "eg", meaning island.Another explanation of the meaning of "Kelsey" says that the name

Protocol of Sèvres
The Protocol of Sèvres was a secret agreement reached between the governments of Israel, France and the United Kingdom during discussions held between 22 and 24 October 1956 at Sèvres, France

Protocol-based intrusion detection System
A protocol-based intrusion detection system is an intrusion detection system which is typically installed on a web server, and is used in the monitoring and analysis of the protocol in use by the computing system

Proton
The proton is a subatomic particle with the symbol or and a positive electric charge of 1 elementary charge. One or more protons are present in the nucleus of each atom, along with neutrons. The number of protons in each atom is its atomic number.

Proton Exora
The Proton Exora is a compact MPV vehicle produced by Malaysian car manufacturer Proton and launched on 15 April 2009. It is a new model from Proton based on a new chassis. The development of this MPV started from scratch and it is the first Malaysian-designed MPV

Proton Gen-2
Sometime after the launch of the standard Gen-2, comes the special edition. It is fitted with a full body-kit, leather seats and lightweight sport rims. Handling is slightly better with the broader tires fitted and it is more aerodynamic

Proton NMR
Proton NMR is the application of nuclear magnetic resonance in NMR spectroscopy with respect to hydrogen-1 nuclei within the molecules of a substance, in order to determine the structure of its molecules. In samples where natural hydrogen is used, practically all of the hydrogen consists of the isotope 1H Proton NMR (also Hydrogen-1 NMR, or 1H NMR) is the application of nuclear magnetic resonance in NMR spectroscopy with respect to hydrogen-1 nuclei within the molecules of a substance, in order to determine the structure of its molecules. In samples where natural hydrogen (H) is used, practically all of the hydrogen consists of the isotope 1H Proton NMR (also Hydrogen-1 NMR, or 1H NMR) is the application of nuclear magnetic resonance in NMR spectroscopy with respect to hydrogen-1 nuclei within the molecules of a substance, in order to determine the structure of its molecules. In samples where natural hydrogen (H) is used, practically all of the hydrogen consists of the isotope 1H (hydrogen-1; i.e

Proton Perdana
The Proton Perdana is an intermediate-size automobile produced by Proton. It is a badge engineered version of the seventh-generation Mitsubishi Eterna. Perdana is a Malay word for "Prime".- Perdana SEi :

Proton Persona
The Proton Persona is a compact car introduced by Proton in 2007 for the same model year. Being an in-house design by Azlan Othman, the Persona replaced the saloon variant of the successful Proton Wira, whose export name is not confused with this model's same name, as Proton's compact car.It is available as a sedan and is based upon the platform also shared with the Proton Gen-2 and

Proton pump inhibitor
Proton-pump inhibitors are a group of drugs whose main action is a pronounced and long-lasting reduction of gastric acid production. They are the most potent inhibitors of acid secretion available today. The group followed and has largely superseded another group of pharmaceuticals with similar effects, but different mode-of-action, called H2-receptor antagonists

Proton rocket
Proton is an expendable launch system used for both commercial and Russian government space launches. The first Proton rocket was launched in 1965 and the launch system is still in use as of 2011, which makes it one of the most successful heavy boosters in the history of spaceflight

Proton Saga
- Saga :The Proton Saga was launched in September 1985 by Malaysia's then Prime Minister, Mahathir bin Mohamad. Before the production of Proton Saga, a contest was held to choose the name of the first national car, and the name Saga was chosen from the winner of the contest, Ismail Jaafar, a retired military soldier

Proton Savvy
The Proton Savvy is a supermini hatchback produced by Malaysian car manufacturer Proton. The car was introduced in June 2005 as a successor to Proton Tiara.- History :

Proton therapy
Proton therapy is a type of particle therapy which uses a beam of protons to irradiate diseased tissue, most often in the treatment of cancer. The chief advantage of proton therapy is the ability to more precisely localize the radiation dosage when compared with other types of external beam radiotherapy.-Description:Proton therapy is a type of external beam radiotherapy using

Proton Waja
The Proton Waja is a saloon car designed in-house by Malaysian automotive company, Proton, first released in August 2000. The Waja is the first Malaysian-designed car. The name Waja, which means "the king", meaning it is the "king" of all of the previous models. The name was chosen partly to counter the perception in the domestic market that Proton cars were less strong

Proton Wira
The Proton Wira was a car manufactured by Malaysian carmaker Proton, released as a four-door saloon and four-door hatchback beginning 1993. The Wira was intended as a newer alternative to the Proton Saga Iswara, a facelifted version of Proton's first model, the Proton Saga, as a flagship compact model for Proton

Protonation
In chemistry, protonation is the addition of a proton to an atom, molecule, or ion. Some classic examples include*the protonation of water by sulfuric acid:*the protonation of isobutene in the formation of a carbocation:2C=CH2 + HBF4 → 3C+ + BF4−*the protonation of ammonia in the formation of ammonium chloride from ammonia and hydrogen chloride:Protonation is a

Protoplanetary disk
A protoplanetary disk is a rotating circumstellar disk of dense gas surrounding a young newly formed star, a T Tauri star, or Herbig Ae/Be star

Protostar
A protostar is a large mass that forms by contraction out of the gas of a giant molecular cloud in the interstellar medium. The protostellar phase is an early stage in the process of star formation. For a one solar-mass star it lasts about 100,000 years

Protostome
Protostomia are a clade of animals. Together with the deuterostomes and a few smaller phyla, they make up the Bilateria, mostly comprising animals with bilateral symmetry and three germ layers

Protozoa
Protozoa are a diverse group of single-cells eukaryotic organisms, many of which are motile. Throughout history, protozoa have been defined as single-cell protists with animal-like behavior, e.g., movement

Provident Financial
Provident Financial plc is a financial services group based in Bradford, UK. It specialises in Home Collected Credit and also owns Vanquis which offers credit cards

Province of Georgia
The Province of Georgia was one of the Southern colonies in British America. It was the last of the thirteen original colonies established by Great Britain in what later became the United States

Province of North Carolina
The Province of North Carolina was originally part of the Province of Carolina in British America, which was chartered by eight Lords Proprietor. The province later became the U.S. states of North Carolina and Tennessee.

Province of Ogliastra
Ogliastra is a province in eastern Sardinia, Italy. Ogliastra is the most mountainous province in Sardinia. With only some 58,000 inhabitants, it is also the least populous province of Italy. It corresponds roughly to the medieval Giudicato of Agugliastra

Province of Rome
The Province of Rome , is a province in the Lazio region of Italy. The province can be viewed as the extended metropolitan area of the city of Rome, although in its more peripheral portions, especially to the north, it comprises towns surrounded by rural landscape.-Geography:The Province of Rome covers almost one-third of the territory of Lazio

Province of Venice
The Province of Venice is a province in the Veneto region of northern Italy. Its capital is the city of Venice.It has an area of 2,467 km², and a total population of 829,418 . There are 44 comuni in the province . As of 2005, the main comuni by population are:-External links:* * : photos of

Provinces of Papua New Guinea
The provinces of Papua New Guinea are the primary administrative divisions of the country. Provincial governments are branches of the national government– Papua New Guinea is not a federation of provinces

Provinces of South Africa
South Africa is currently divided into nine provinces. On the eve of the 1994 general election, South Africa's former homelands, also known as Bantustans, were reintegrated and the four existing provinces were divided into nine. The twelfth, thirteenth and sixteenth amendments to the constitution changed the borders of seven of the provinces

Provinces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo
There are currently ten provinces and one city-province in the Democratic Republic of the Congo:* An Ituri Interim Administration also exists in the Ituri region of Orientale province- Proposed provinces :

Provincial Emergency Program
The Provincial Emergency Program is a division of the Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General, Emergency Management British Columbia, Canada. PEP works with local governments and other provincial and federal agencies year round, providing coordination and support before, during and after emergencies

Proxemics
Proxemics is the study of measurable distances between people as they interact. The term was introduced by anthropologist Edward T. Hall in 1966

Proxima Centauri
Proxima Centauri is a red dwarf star about 4.2 light-years distant in the constellation of Centaurus. It was discovered in 1915 by Robert Innes, the Director of the Union Observatory in South Africa, and is the nearest known star to the Sun, although it is too faint to be seen with the naked eye

Proximity fuze
A proximity fuze is a fuze that is designed to detonate an explosive device automatically when the distance to target becomes smaller than a predetermined value or when the target passes through a given plane

Proxy voting
Proxy voting has two forms: delegable voting and delegated voting, which are procedures for the delegation to another member of a voting body of that member's power to vote in his absence, and/or for the selection of additional representatives, as in the case with transitive proxies

PRR K5
The Pennsylvania Railroad's class K5 was an experimental 4-6-2 "Pacific" type, built in 1929 to see if a larger Pacific than the standard K4s was worthwhile. Two prototypes were built, #5698 at the PRR's own Altoona Works, and #5699 by the Baldwin Locomotive Works. Although classified identically, the two locomotives differed in many aspects, as detailed below

PRS Guitars
PRS Guitars is an American guitar manufacturer headquartered in Stevensville, Maryland. PRS Guitars was founded by guitarist and luthier Paul Reed Smith in 1985. The company is one of the leading manufacturers of high-end electric guitars.-Materials:

Prunus
Prunus is a genus of trees and shrubs, which includes the plums, cherries, peaches, apricots and almonds. There are around 430 species spread throughout the northern temperate regions of the globe. Many members of the genus are widely cultivated for fruit and ornament.-Botany:Members of the genus can be deciduous or evergreen. A few species have spiny stems

Prunus avium
Prunus avium, commonly called wild cherry, sweet cherry, bird cherry, or gean, is a species of cherry, native to Europe, west Turkey, northwest Africa, and western Asia, from the British Isles south to Morocco and Tunisia, north to the Trondheimsfjord region in Norway and east to the Caucasus, and northern Iran, with a small disjunct population in the

Prussia
Prussia was a German kingdom and historic state originating out of the Duchy of Prussia and the Margraviate of Brandenburg. For centuries, the House of Hohenzollern ruled Prussia, successfully expanding its size by way of an unusually well-organized and effective army. Prussia shaped the history of Germany, with its capital in Berlin after 1451

PS/2 connector
The PS/2 connector is a 6-pin Mini-DIN connector used for connecting some keyboards and mice to a PC compatible computer system. Its name comes from the IBM Personal System/2 series of personal computers, with which it was introduced in 1987

Psalm 104
Psalm 104 is a poem from the Book of Psalms in the Hebrew Bible, describing the ongoing act of God continuously bringing the world into existence. German philosopher Johann Gottfried Herder remarked, "It is worth studying the Hebrew language for ten years in order to read Psalm 104 in the original"

Psalms
The Book of Psalms , commonly referred to simply as Psalms, is a book of the Hebrew Bible and the Christian Bible

Pseudo-Seneca
The so-called Pseudo-Seneca is a Roman bronze bust of the late 1st century BCE that was discovered at Herculaneum in 1754, the finest example of about two dozen examples depicting the same face. It was originally believed to depict Seneca the Younger, the notable Roman philosopher, because its emaciated features were supposed to reflect his stoic philosophy

Pseudogene
Pseudogenes are dysfunctional relatives of known genes that have lost their protein-coding ability or are otherwise no longer expressed in the cell

Pseudohalogen
Pseudo'halogen molecules are inorganic molecules of the general formsPs–Ps or Ps–X, where Ps is a pseudohalogen group such as cyanide, cyanate, thiocyanate and others, and X is a "true" halogen

Pseudomonas
Pseudomonas is a genus of gammaproteobacteria, belonging to the family Pseudomonadaceae containing 191 validly described species.Recently, 16S rRNA sequence analysis has redefined the taxonomy of many bacterial species. As a result, the genus Pseudomonas includes strains formerly classified in the genera Chryseomonas and Flavimonas

Pseudomonas syringae
Pseudomonas syringae is a rod shaped, Gram-negative bacterium with polar flagella. It is a plant pathogen which can infect a wide range of plant species, and exists as over 50 different pathovars, all of which are available to legitimate researches via international culture collections such as the NCPPB, ICMP, and others

Pseudorabies
Pseudorabies is a viral disease in swine that is endemic in most parts of the world. It is caused by Suid herpesvirus 1 , which is also called Pseudorabies virus and is also known as Aujeszky's disease, and in cattle as mad itch. PRV is considered to be the most economically important viral disease of swine in areas where hog cholera has been eradicated

Pseudosasa
Pseudosasa is a genus of small to medium running bamboo. These species usually have one branch at a node. Its name comes from its resemblance to the genus Sasa.

Pseudoscience
Pseudoscience is a claim, belief, or practice which is presented as scientific, but which does not adhere to a valid scientific method, lacks supporting evidence or plausibility, cannot be reliably tested, or otherwise lacks scientific status

Pshevorsk (Hasidic dynasty)
Pshevorsk is a small Hasidic movement based in Antwerp, Belgium, led by the Leiser rabbinical dynasty, originating in the Polish town of Przeworsk.-History:

Psilocybe
Psilocybe is a genus of small mushrooms growing worldwide. This genus is best known for its species with psychedelic or hallucinogenic properties, widely known as "magic mushrooms", though the majority of species do not contain hallucinogenic compounds

Psilocybe cubensis
Psilocybe cubensis is a species of psychedelic mushroom whose principal active compounds are psilocybin and psilocin. Commonly called Boomers, Cubes or Gold Caps, it belongs to the Strophariaceae family of fungi and was previously known as Stropharia cubensis.-Taxonomy and naming:The species was first described in 1906 as Stropharia cubensis by

Psilocybe cyanescens
Psilocybe cyanescens is a species of potent psychedelic mushroom. The main compounds responsible for its psychedelic effects are psilocybin and psilocin. It belongs to the family Strophariaceae

Psilocybe semilanceata
Psilocybe semilanceata, commonly known as the liberty cap, is a psychedelic mushroom that contains the psychoactive compounds psilocybin and baeocystin. Of the world's psychoactive mushrooms, it is the most common in nature, and one of the most potent

Psilocybe weilii
Psilocybe weilii is a psilocybin mushroom having psilocybin and/or psilocin as main active compounds. Originally mistaken for Psilocybe caerulescens var

Psilocybin
Psilocybin is a naturally occurring psychedelic prodrug, with mind-altering effects similar to those of LSD and mescaline, after it is converted to psilocin. The effects can include altered thinking processes, perceptual distortions, an altered sense of time, and spiritual experiences, as well as adverse reactions such as nausea and panic attacks

Psion 3
The Psion Series 3 range of personal digital assistants were made by Psion PLC. The four main variants are the Psion Series 3 , the Psion Series 3a , the Psion Series 3c , and the Psion Series 3mx , all sized 165 × 85 × 22 mm

Psion Organiser
The Psion Organiser was the brand name of a range of pocket computer developed by the British company Psion in the 1980s. The Organiser I and Organiser II had a characteristic hard plastic sliding cover protecting a 6x6 keyboard with letters arranged alphabetically.Early Psions are very robust The Psion Organiser was the brand name of a range of pocket computer developed by the British company Psion in the 1980s. The Organiser I (launched in 1984) and Organiser II (launched in 1986) had a characteristic hard plastic sliding cover protecting a 6x6 keyboard with letters arranged alphabetically.Early Psions are very robust The Psion Organiser was the brand name of a range of pocket computer developed by the British company Psion in the 1980s. The Organiser I (launched in 1984) and Organiser II (launched in 1986) had a characteristic hard plastic sliding cover protecting a 6x6 keyboard with letters arranged alphabetically.Early Psions are very robust (as witnessed by tech support people who were able

PSR J0737-3039
|- style="vertical-align: top;"| Distance | 1600 - 2000 Ly PSR J0737-3039 is currently the only known double pulsar, it consists of two neutron stars emitting electromagnetic waves in the radio wavelength in a relativistic binary system. The two Pulsars are known as PSR J0737-3039A and PSR J0737-3039B

PSTricks
PSTricks is a set of macros that allow the inclusion of PostScript drawings directly inside TeX or LaTeX code.It is originally the work of Professor Timothy Van Zandt and in recent years it has been maintained by Denis Girou, Sebastian Rahtz and Herbert Voss.

Psych
Psych is an American detective comedy-drama television series created by Steve Franks and broadcast on USA Network. It stars James Roday as Shawn Spencer, a young crime consultant for the Santa Barbara Police Department whose "heightened observational skills" and impressive detective instincts allow him to convince people that he solves cases with psychic abilities

Psych folk
Psychedelic folk or psych folk is a loosely defined form of psychedelic music that originated in the 1960s through the fusion of folk music and psychedelic rock

Psychedelic mushroom
Psilocybin mushrooms are fungi that contain the psychoactive compounds psilocybin and psilocin. There are multiple colloquial terms for psilocybin mushrooms, the most common being shrooms or magic mushrooms.

Psychiatric hospital
Psychiatric hospitals, also known as mental hospitals, are hospitals specializing in the treatment of serious mental disorders. Psychiatric hospitals vary widely in their size and grading. Some hospitals may specialise only in short-term or outpatient therapy for low-risk patients

Psychiatry
Psychiatry is the medical specialty devoted to the study and treatment of mental disorders. These mental disorders include various affective, behavioural, cognitive and perceptual abnormalities

Psychic
A psychic is a person who professes an ability to perceive information hidden from the normal senses through extrasensory perception , or is said by others to have such abilities. It is also used to describe theatrical performers who use techniques such as prestidigitation, cold reading, and hot reading to produce the appearance of such abilities

Psychic vampire
A psychic vampire is a person or being who claims to feed off the "life force" of other living creatures. Psychic vampires are represented in the occult beliefs of various cultures and in fiction

Psycho
Psycho is a suspense novel by Robert Bloch. It was adapted into Alfred Hitchcock's seminal 1960 film of the same name.-Plot:Norman Bates is a middle-aged bachelor who is dominated by his mother, a mean-tempered, puritanical old woman who forbids him to have a life away from her

Psychoacoustics
Psychoacoustics is the scientific study of sound perception. More specifically, it is the branch of science studying the psychological and physiological responses associated with sound

 
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