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King Kong (disambiguation)
King Kong is a fictional giant ape from Skull Island, who has appeared in several works since 1933.King Kong may also refer to:-Film and television:* King Kong , the original 1933 film* King Kong , the 1976 remake

King Kong (E-Rotic song)
"King Kong" is a single released by the eurodance group E-Rotic in 2001. In 2005 was covered by J-Pop girl group Hinoi Team, and again in 2006 by the Germany-based J-pop group Shanadoo.-E-Rotic's version:

King Kong (franchise)
King Kong is a franchise based on the story of King Kong, an enormous fictional ape living on an island in the Indian Ocean that is taken to New York City and climbs the Empire State Building before being killed by airplane fire

King Kong (Jibbs song)
"King Kong" is the second single from the album Jibbs Featuring Jibbs by rapper Jibbs. The song features Chamillionaire. It is written by Javon Campbell , Derryl Howard, Bradford Ray, Orlando Watson, and Maurice Wilson.-Song information:

King Kong (musical)
King Kong was a South African jazz-influenced musical, billed at the time as 'an African jazz opera'.The music and some of the lyrics were written by Todd Matshikiza. The lyrics were by Pat Willams and the book by Harry Bloom

King of Clubs (video game)
King of Clubs is a videogame for the Nintendo Wii, DS, King of Clubs is a videogame for the Nintendo [[Wii]], [[Nintendo DS|DS]], King of Clubs is a videogame for the Nintendo [[Wii]], [[Nintendo DS|DS]], [[PlayStation 2|PS2], [[PlayStation Portable|PSP]], and [[Personal computer|PC]] developed by [[Oxygen studios|Oxygen Studios]] and published by [[Oxygen Games|Oxygen

King of Hearts (Alice's Adventures in Wonderland)
The King of Hearts is a character from the book Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll.-Alice's Adventures in Wonderland:He seems to, when compared to the Queen of Hearts, be the moderate part of the Wonderland government

King of Hearts (musical)
King of Hearts is a 1978 musical with a book by Joseph Stein, lyrics by Jacob Brackman, and music by Peter Link, orchestrated by Bill Brohn. It is based on the 1966 anti-war cult film of the same name.

King of Hearts (Rick Vito album)
King Of Hearts is the first solo album by former Fleetwood Mac guitarist and singer Rick Vito, released in 1992 .-Track listing:All songs written by Rick Vito#"Walk Another Mile" – 3:53 +#"I’ll Never Leave This Love Alive" – 4:26

King of Kings: Armageddon Edition
King of Kings: Armageddon Edition is basically the same album of King of Kings. It includes a DVD and four new songs.-CD 1:# "Predica" King of Kings: Armageddon Edition is basically the same album of King of Kings. It includes a DVD and four new songs.-CD 1:# "Predica" (Intro) (featuring Miri Ben-Ari) King of Kings: Armageddon Edition is basically the same album of King of Kings. It includes a DVD and four new songs.-CD 1:# "Predica" (Intro) (featuring Miri Ben-Ari) (Produced by Henry R

King Penguin
The King Penguin is the second largest species of penguin at about , second only to the Emperor Penguin. There are two subspecies—A. p. patagonicus and A. p

King's (cigarette)
King's is a brand of cigarettes owned by House of Prince.-Variants of the King's brand:* King's Original has no filter and is made of a blended tobacco mixture in which Virginia tobaccos dominate

Kingdom (comics)
Kingdom is a comic series created by Dan Abnett and Richard Elson and published in 2000 AD starting in 2006.The story revolves around a genetically modified dog named after Gene Hackman

Kingdom (Kumi Koda album)
Kingdom is the sixth studio album by Koda Kumi released on January 30, 2008. The album debuted at number one on the Oricon Weekly Chart with sales of 421,302

Kingdom (song)
"Kingdom" is a song performed by Depeche Mode's singer Dave Gahan. The song was written and produced by Gahan, Andrew Phillpott, and Christian Eigner for Gahan's second solo album Hourglass . The song was released as the album's first single in October 2007

Kingdom (TV series)
Kingdom is a British television series produced by Parallel Film and Television Productions for the ITV network. It was created by Simon Wheeler and stars Stephen Fry as Peter Kingdom, a Norfolk solicitor who is coping with family, colleagues, and the strange locals who come to him for legal assistance

Kingdom Come (1919 film)
Kingdom Come is a 1919 short Western film directed by George Holt and featuring Hoot Gibson.

Kingdom Come (Ballard novel)
-Themes:The book deals with the supposed blurry line between consumerism and fascism. It also deals with the suburban environment and the psychogeography of such places. -External links:***

Kingdom Come (comics)
Kingdom Come is a four-issue comic book mini-series published in 1996 by DC Comics. It was written by Alex Ross and Mark Waid and painted in gouache by Ross, who also developed the concept from an original idea

Kingdom Come (Sir Lord Baltimore album)
Kingdom Come is the first studio album by American heavy metal band Sir Lord Baltimore, released on Mercury Records in 1970. It was reissued on PolyGram in 1994, on Red Fox in 2003, and on Anthology Recordings in 2007

Kingdom of Heaven
Kingdom of Heaven may refer to:* Kingdom of God, a foundational theological concept in Christianity, Judaism, and Islam* Kingdom of Heaven , a 2005 film, directed by Ridley Scott

Kingfish
-Fish:* King mackerel Scomberomorus cavalla* Kingcroaker Menticirrhus spp.* Narrow-barred Spanish mackerel Scomberomorus commerson * White croaker Genyonemus lineatus * Cobia Rachycentron canadum

Kingfish (album)
Kingfish is the self-titled first album by the rock band Kingfish. It was recorded and released in 1976. It is not to be confused with the band's fourth album, which is also called Kingfish.

Kingfish (band)
Kingfish is an American rock band led by Matthew Kelly, a musician, singer, and songwriter who plays guitar and harmonica. Kelly co-founded Kingfish in 1973 with New Riders of the Purple Sage bass player Dave Torbert and fellow San Francisco Bay Area musicians Robbie Hoddinott, Chris Herold, and Mick Ward

Kingfisher
Kingfishers are a group of small to medium sized brightly coloured birds in the order Coraciiformes. They have a cosmopolitan distribution, with most species being found in the Old World and Australia

Kingfisher (sloop)
The Kingfisher was a sloop engaged in merchant trading out of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada to First Nations peoples around Vancouver Island and adjoining waters

Kinging
Kinging may refer to:*Kinging, piece-promoting move in draughts *Kinging, sexual practice of facesitting*Kinging, a.k.a. drag kinging

Kingpin
Kingpin may refer to:* Kingpin , the pivot in the steering mechanism* Kingpin , a Swedish metal band from the mid-1980s* Kingpin , a satirical chess magazine

Kings
Kings may refer to:*Kings: The Sovereign Heads of states and/or nations*One of several works known as the "Book of Kings":**The Books of Kings part of the Bible, divided into two parts**The Shahnama, an 11th century epic Persian poem

Kings (film)
Kings is a 2007 Irish film written & directed by Tom Collins and based on Jimmy Murphy's play The Kings of the Kilburn High Road. The film is bilingual, having both Irish and English dialogues. It was premièred at the Taormina Film Festival in June 2006, and was selected as Ireland's official entry for the 2008 Academy Awards in the best foreign-language film category

Kings (provincial electoral district)
Kings was a provincial electoral district in Nova Scotia, Canada, that elected one member of the Nova Scotia House of Assembly. It existed from 1867-1956

Kings (U.S. TV series)
Kings is an American television drama series which aired on NBC. The series' narrative is loosely based on the Biblical story of King David, but set in a kingdom that culturally and technologically resembles the present-day United States.

Kingston
Kingston is widely accepted as a contraction of the English "King's Town", of which there are many examples. It may refer to:-Australia:*Kingston, Australian Capital Territory, suburb of Canberra*Kingston, Norfolk Island, capital of the territory

Kingston (HM Prison)
HM Prison Kingston is a Category B/C men's prison, located in the Kingston area of Portsmouth in Hampshire, England. The prison is operated by Her Majesty's Prison Service.-History:

Kingston (horse)
Kingston was an American Thoroughbred racehorse. He won 89 races, the most in the history of the sport of Thoroughbred racing. Of his 138 starts, he was out of the money only on four occasions. He was later inducted into the United States Racing Hall of Fame.-Breeding:He was bred by James R. Keene at his Castleton Stud near Lexington, Kentucky

Kingston (hundred)
The Hundred of Kingston or Kingston Hundred was an ancient hundred in the north east of the county of Surrey, England. Its area has been mostly absorbed by the growth of London; with its name currently referring to both the suburban town of Kingston upon Thames and the larger Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames

Kingston (MBTA station)
Kingston / Route 3 is a passenger rail station on MBTA Commuter Rail's Plymouth/Kingston Line. it is located at 194 Marion Drive in Kingston, Massachusetts, which is west of Independence Mall Shopping Center off of Exit 8 on Massachusetts Route 3, hence the dual name.Kingston station was built in 1997 as a replacement for the former Old Colony Railroad

Kingston upon Hull (UK Parliament constituency)
Kingston upon Hull, often simply referred to as Hull, was a parliamentary constituency in Yorkshire, electing two Members of Parliament to the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom, from 1305 until 1885

Kini
Keni is a family name used by the Goud Saraswat Brahmins of the Konkan region of India.Those who cultivated herbs were Kinvis, presently called Kini or Keni.The Keni are also found in Maharashtra, Goa, and Karnataka

KinK
KinK was a Canadian documentary television series, which first aired in 2001 on Showcase. The series profiled some of the more unusual edges of human sexuality, primarily the kink and fetish scenes. It was filmed in Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver and Winnipeg; the fifth season, set in Halifax, Nova Scotia, first aired in September 2006

KINK
KINK, also kink.fm, is an American commercial broadcast FM radio station in Portland, Oregon. The station began broadcasting Christmas Day, 1968 as “KINK – The Underground Link”

Kink
* A twist or bend in something such as rope, cable, hair or IG curveKink or KINK can refer to:* Kink , a colloquial term for non-normative sexual behavior

Kinkajou
The kinkajou , also known as the honey bear , is a rainforest mammal of the family Procyonidae related to olingos, coatis, raccoons, and the ringtail and cacomistle. It is the only member of the genus Potos. Kinkajous may be mistaken for ferrets or monkeys, but are not closely related

Kinky
Kinky may refer to:*Kinky , a five-member band from Monterrey, Mexico**Kinky , their self-titled album*Kinky *Kink , unconventional sexual practices

Kinky (Hoodoo Gurus album)
Kinky was iconic Australian rock group Hoodoo Gurus' fifth studio album, and was released on 9 April 1991 by RCA Records.The album reached No. 172 on the American Billboard charts in 1991, with the single "Miss Freelove '69" reaching No. 19 on the ARIA Singles Chart, No. 3 on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart in 1991

Kino
Kino may refer to:In film and theatre:* Kino , a worldwide group of amateur filmmakers* Kino Flo, a manufacturer of lighting equipment for use in motion pictures.* Kino International, a movie theater in Berlin

KINO
KINO is a radio station licensed to serve Winslow, Arizona, USA. The station is owned by Sunflower Communications, Inc. It airs a Country music format.

Kinrick
Kinrick is a heavy metal band fronted by ex-Firewind vocalist Stephen Fredrick and Vainglory guitarist Corbin King.The band was put together by producer David T. Chastain with the vocalist and guitarist in mind, and the name is a conglomeration of their surnames - King and Fredrick; Kinrick

Kinshasa
Kinshasa is the capital and largest city of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The city is located on the Congo River.

Kinshasa (commune)
Kinshasa is a municipality in the Lukunga district of the city of Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.It is situated in the north of the city, south of Gombe and the Boulevard du 30 Juin

Kinship
Kinship is a relationship between any entities that share a genealogical origin, through either biological, cultural, or historical descent. And descent groups, lineages, etc. are treated in their own subsections.

Kinship (disambiguation)
Kinship is a relationship between any entities that share a genealogical origin, through either biological, cultural, or historical descent.Kinship may also refer to:* Kinship , an unsolved problem in mathematics

Kinship (TV series)
Kinship is a Singaporean Chinese long running drama which was televised on Singapore's free-to-air channel, MediaCorp TV Channel 8 every Monday to Friday at 19:00 tonight. The drama is divided into two parts: Part 1 and Part 2.

Kinsman
A kinsman is a male relative . The term Kinsman may also refer to:-Places in the United States:*Kinsman, Illinois*Kinsman, Ohio*Kinsman Township, Trumbull County, Ohio

Kinsman
A kinsman is a male relative . The term Kinsman may also refer to:-Places in the United States:*Kinsman, Illinois*Kinsman, Ohio*Kinsman Township, Trumbull County, Ohio

Kintyre (disambiguation)
Kintyre can refer to:* Kintyre, a peninsula in Scotland* Kintyre, North Dakota, a community in the United States* Kintyre, Jamaica, a town* Kintyre uranium deposit, a uranium deposit in Western Australia

KIO (disambiguation)
KIO may refer to one of the following.*KIO , part of the KDE architecture.*Kachin Independence Organisation*Keep Ireland Open, an organisation that campaigns for open access to the Irish countryside

Kiosk
Kiosk is a small, separated garden pavilion open on some or all sides. Kiosks were common in Persia, India, Pakistan, and in the Ottoman Empire from the 13th century onward

KIOSK
KIOSK is an art, design and w architecture magazine, the first edition of which was published in November 2007. It is created by artists, designers, architects, historians, theorists, curators and experts in the built environment and has a wrap-around poster cover of the work of a featured artist, designer, or architect.≥KIOSK is edited by Marq Smith, and published by Simon

Kiosk (band)
-Introduction:Kiosk is an underground Iranian music band founded in 2003 by Arash Sobhani in Tehran. Like many other bands in Iran, they had to set up their studios in the underground basements of friends and families, fearing of the Islamic regime’s constant surveillance and strict censorship laws restricting most types of music

Kiosk (disambiguation)
Kiosk is a small enclosed structure, often freestanding, open on one side or with a window, used as a booth to sell newspapers, tobacco, etc.Kiosk may also refer to:-Buildings:

Kiosk (TV)
Kiosk was a Scandinavian pay-per-view service available on Canal Digital's satellite platform and owned by Canal+. Kiosk showed feature films before they had their pay-TV premiere on Canal+. Kiosk ceased its operations on January 3, 2007.

Kip
as an informal wordKip may refer to any of the following:* Lao kip, the currency of Laos* Kip , a unit of force or mass* Kip, Inverclyde, a village in Scotland* Kip, Croatia, a village near Daruvar

Kip (dance move)
The Kip is a dramatic aerial commonly performed in Lindy hop swing routines. The follower performs a moving jump over and around the lead's back landing in approximately the same spot as where the move began

Kip (gymnastics)
In artistic gymnastics, a Kip is a basic skill on the women's uneven bars. It is also performed on the men's high bar and the men's parallel bars.

Kipp's apparatus
Kipp's apparatus, also called Kipp generator, is an apparatus designed for preparation of small volumes of gases. It was invented around 1860 by the Dutch pharmacist Petrus Jacobus Kipp and widely used in chemical laboratories and for demonstrations in schools into the second half of the 20th century.It later fell out of use, at least in laboratories, because most gases then became

Kipper (musician)
Kipper is a Grammy winning Guitarist, keyboardist and music producer, known mostly from his cooperation with Gary Numan and Sting.

KIR
KIR, Kir or kir may refer to:*Kiribati, officially known as the Republic of Kiribati*Kyrgyz language*Al Karak, biblical town of Kir*Kir of Moab, biblical stronghold*IATA code for Kerry Airport in Ireland*Kir , alcoholic beverage

Kira (Belgian singer)
Kira is a Belgian singer and model.-History:Kira was born in Affligem, where she has lived her whole life.

Q
Q is the seventeenth letter of the basic modern Latin alphabet.- History :The Semitic sound value of Qôp was , a sound common to Semitic languages, but not found in English or most Indo-European ones

Q (Star Trek)
Q is a fictional character who appears in the television series Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager, as well as in related products. In all of these programs, he is played by John de Lancie.

Q factor
In physics and engineering the quality factor or Q factor is a dimensionless parameter that describes how under-damped an oscillator or resonator is, or equivalently, characterizes a resonator's bandwidth relative to its center frequency.

Q-FISH
Quantitative Fluorescent in situ hybridization is a cytogenetic technique based on the traditional FISH methodology. In Q-FISH, the technique uses labelled synthetic DNA mimics called peptide nucleic acid oligonucleotides to quantify target sequences in chromosomal DNA using fluorescent microscopy and analysis software

Q-Tip (rapper)
Kamaal Ibn John Fareed , better known by his stage name Q-Tip, is an American hip hop artist, producer, singer, and actor from St. Albans, Queens, New York, part of the critically acclaimed group A Tribe Called Quest

Q1 (building)
Q1 is a supertall skyscraper located in Surfers Paradise, on the Gold Coast. It is the world's third tallest residential tower after the 348 metre building The Marina Torch in Dubai won formal recognition as the tallest residential building in the world on 29 April 2011 by the Emporis Standards Committee and the Council on Tall Buildings and

Qadi
Qadi is a judge ruling in accordance with Islamic religious law appointed by the ruler of a Muslim country. Because Islam makes no distinction between religious and secular domains, qadis traditionally have jurisdiction over all legal matters involving Muslims

Qajar dynasty
The Qajar dynasty was an Iranian royal family of Turkic descent who ruled Persia from 1785 to 1925.

Qassam rocket
The Qassam rocket is a simple steel artillery rocket developed and deployed by the Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades, the military arm of Hamas. Three models have been produced and used between 2001 and 2011.

Qatar
Qatar , also known as the State of Qatar or locally Dawlat Qaṭar, is a sovereign Arab state, located in the Middle East, occupying the small Qatar Peninsula on the northeasterly coast of the much larger Arabian Peninsula. Its sole land border is with Saudi Arabia to the south, with the rest of its territory surrounded by the Persian Gulf

Qatar Airways
Qatar Airways Company Q.C.S.C. , operating as Qatar Airways, is the flag carrier of Qatar. Headquartered in the Qatar Airways Tower in Doha, it operates a hub-and-spoke network, linking over 100 international destinations from its base in Doha, using a fleet of over 100 aircraft

Qaumi Tarana
The Qaumī Tarāna is the national anthem of Pakistan. The words "Qaumi Tarana" in Urdu literally translate to "National Anthem". The Pakistani national anthem is unique in that its music, composed by Ahmad G. Chagla, preceded its lyrics, which are in Persianized Urdu and were written by Hafeez Jullundhri

Qawwali
Qawwali is a form of Sufi devotional music popular in South Asia, particularly in the Punjab and Sindh regions of Pakistan, Hyderabad, Delhi, and other parts of northern India

Qazi Muhammad
Qazi Muhammad was a nationalist and religious Kurdish leader and the Head of the Republic of Kurdistan, the second modern Kurdish state in the Middle East .

Qeshm
Qeshm Qeshm Qeshm (Persian: قشم - pronounced kē´shm is an Iranian island situated in the Strait of Hormuz, and separated from the mainland by the Clarence Strait/Khuran in the Persian Gulf .-Geography:

Qi Baishi
Qi Baishi was an influential Chinese painter.Born to a peasant family from Xiangtan, Hunan, Qi became a carpenter at 14, and learned to paint by himself. After he turned 40, he traveled, visiting various scenic spots in China

Qibla
The Qiblah , also transliterated as Qibla, Kiblah or Kibla, is the direction that should be faced when a Muslim prays during salah

Qigong
Qigong or chi kung is a practice of aligning breath, movement, and awareness for exercise, healing, and meditation

Qilin
The Qilin is a mythical hooved Chinese chimerical creature known throughout various East Asian cultures, and is said to appear with the imminent arrival or passing of a wise sage or an illustrious ruler. It is a good omen that brings rui . It is often depicted with what looks like fire all over its body

Qin Dynasty
The Qin Dynasty was the first imperial dynasty of China, lasting from 221 to 207 BC. The Qin state derived its name from its heartland of Qin, in modern-day Shaanxi. The strength of the Qin state was greatly increased by the legalist reforms of Shang Yang in the 4th century BC, during the Warring States Period

Qing Dynasty
The Qing Dynasty was the last dynasty of China, ruling from 1644 to 1912 with a brief, abortive restoration in 1917. It was preceded by the Ming Dynasty and followed by the Republic of China.

Qingming Festival
The Qingming Festival , Pure Brightness Festival or Clear Bright Festival, Ancestors Day or Tomb Sweeping Day is a traditional Chinese festival on the 104th day after the winter solstice , usually occurring around April 5 of the Gregorian calendar

Qinhuangdao
Qinhuangdao is a port city in northeastern Hebei province of North China. It is about 300 km east of Beijing, on the Bohai Sea, the innermost gulf of the Yellow Sea.

Qiyas
In Islamic jurisprudence, qiyās is the process of deductive analogy in which the teachings of the Hadith are compared and contrasted with those of the Qur'an, in order to apply a known injunction to a new circumstance and create a new injunction

Qoppa
Koppa or Qoppa is a letter that was used in early forms of the Greek alphabet, derived from Phoenician qoph. It was originally used to denote the /k/ sound, but dropped out of use as an alphabetic character in favour of Kappa . It has remained in use as a numeral symbol in the system of Greek numerals, although with a modified shape

QR Code
A QR code is a type of matrix barcode first designed for the automotive industry. More recently, the system has become popular outside of the industry due to its fast readability and comparatively large storage capacity. The code consists of black modules arranged in a square pattern on a white background

QRIO
QRIO was to be a bipedal humanoid entertainment robot developed and marketed by Sony to follow up on the success of its AIBO toy. QRIO stood approximately 0.6 m tall and weighed 7.3 kg

Qt (toolkit)
Qt is a cross-platform application framework that is widely used for developing application software with a graphical user interface , and also used for developing non-GUI programs such as command-line tools and consoles for servers

Quabbin Reservoir
The Quabbin Reservoir is the largest inland body of water in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and was built between 1930 and 1939. Today along with the Wachusett Reservoir, it is the primary water supply for Boston, some to the east, as well as 40 other communities in Greater Boston

Quackwatch
Quackwatch is an American non-profit organization founded by Stephen Barrett with the stated aim being to "combat health-related frauds, myths, fads, fallacies, and misconduct" and with a primary focus on providing "quackery-related information that is difficult or impossible to get elsewhere." Since 1996 it has operated the alternative medicine watchdog website, quackwatch.org, that

Quad City Challenger
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Quadrajet
In automobile mechanics, the Quadrajet is a four-barrel carburetor made by the Rochester Products Division of GM that was widely used in General Motors motor vehicles until 1990

Quadratic equation
In mathematics, a quadratic equation is a univariate polynomial equation of the second degree. A general quadratic equation can be written in the formax^2+bx+c=0,\,

Quadratic function
A quadratic function, in mathematics, is a polynomial function of the formf=ax^2+bx+c,\quad a \ne 0.The graph of a quadratic function is a parabola whose axis of symmetry is parallel to the y-axis.

Quadratic irrational
In mathematics, a quadratic irrational is an irrational number that is the solution to some quadratic equation with rational coefficients

Quadriga Consort
Quadriga Consort aka Quadriga Early Music Band is an early music ensemble from Austria. Founded in 2001 by harpsichordist Nikolaus Newerkla, the ensemble plays rearranged early British and Irish traditional music.

Quadrilateral
In Euclidean plane geometry, a quadrilateral is a polygon with four sides and four vertices or corners. Sometimes, the term quadrangle is used, by analogy with triangle, and sometimes tetragon for consistency with pentagon , hexagon and so on

Quadriplegia
Tetraplegia, also known as quadriplegia, is paralysis caused by illness or injury to a human that results in the partial or total loss of use of all their limbs and torso; paraplegia is similar but does not affect the arms

Quadrupole
A quadrupole or quadrapole is one of a sequence of configurations of—for example—electric charge or current, or gravitational mass that can exist in ideal form, but it is usually just part of a multipole expansion of a more complex structure reflecting various orders of complexity.-Mathematical definition:The zero-trace quadrupole moment tensor of a system of charges A quadrupole or quadrapole is one of a sequence of configurations of—for example—electric charge or current, or gravitational mass that can exist in ideal form, but it is usually just part of a multipole expansion of a more complex structure reflecting various orders of complexity.-Mathematical definition:The zero-trace quadrupole moment tensor of a system of charges A quadrupole or quadrapole is one of a sequence of configurations of—for example—electric charge or current, or gravitational mass that can exist in ideal form, but it is usually just part of a multipole expansion of a more complex structure reflecting various orders of complexity.-Mathematical definition:The zero-trace quadrupole moment tensor of a system of charges (or

Quagga
The quagga is an extinct subspecies of the plains zebra, which was once found in great numbers in South Africa's Cape Province and the southern part of the Orange Free State. It was distinguished from other zebras by having the usual vivid marks on the front part of the body only

Quagga mussel
The quagga mussel is a subspecies of freshwater mussel, an aquatic bivalve mollusk.It is one of seven Dreissena species and has an average life span of 3 to 5 years.

Quaker Oats Company
The Quaker Oats Company is an American food conglomerate based in Chicago. It has been owned by Pepsico since 2001.-History:Quaker Oats was founded in 1901 by the merger of four oat mills:

Qualicum Beach, British Columbia
Qualicum Beach is a town in the Regional District of Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada. As of the 2006 census, the town had 8,502 people.On the Strait of Georgia on the north-eastern coast of Vancouver Island in the shadow of Mount Arrowsmith, the community has been a popular tourist destination, being near Victoria and Vancouver, as well as a retirement community

Qualified personal residence trust
Residence trusts are used to transfer a grantor’s residence out of the grantor’s estate at a low gift tax value. Once the trust is funded with the grantor’s residence, the residence and any future appreciation of the residence is excluded from grantor’s estate.Personal residence trusts are irrevocable split interest trusts

Qualitative research
Qualitative research is a method of inquiry employed in many different academic disciplines, traditionally in the social sciences, but also in market research and further contexts. Qualitative researchers aim to gather an in-depth understanding of human behavior and the reasons that govern such behavior

Quality Assurance
Quality assurance, or QA for short, is the systematic monitoring and evaluation of the various aspects of a project, service or facility to maximize the probability that minimum standards of quality are being attained by the production process

Quality management
The term Quality management has a specific meaning within many business sectors. This specific definition, which does not aim to assure 'good quality' by the more general definition , can be considered to have four main components: quality planning, quality control, quality assurance and quality improvement

Quality management system
A quality management system can be expressed as the organizational structure, procedures, processes and resources needed to implement quality management.-Elements of a Quality Management System:# Organizational structure# Responsibilities# Methods

Quality of life
The term quality of life is used to evaluate the general well-being of individuals and societies. The term is used in a wide range of contexts, including the fields of international development, healthcare, and politics. Quality of life should not be confused with the concept of standard of living, which is based primarily on income

Quanah Parker
Quanah Parker was a Comanche chief, a leader in the Native American Church, and the last leader of the powerful Quahadi band before they surrendered their battle of the Great Plains and went to a reservation in Indian Territory

Quanah, Texas
Quanah is a city in and the county seat of Hardeman County, Texas, United States, northwest of Fort Worth, and a few miles from the Oklahoma-Texas state line

Quandong
Quandong, quandang or quondong, is a common name for the species Santalum acuminatum , especially its edible fruit, but may also refer to* Aceratium concinnum

Quanell X
Quanell X is the leader of the New Black Panther Party in Houston, Texas.-Early life:Quanell Ralph Evans was born in Los Angeles, California. Both parents were Nation of Islam converts

Quango
Quango or qango is an acronym used notably in the United Kingdom, Ireland and elsewhere to label an organisation to which government has devolved power

Quannum Projects
Quannum Projects is a hip hop collective based in the San Francisco Bay Area. It has been active since 1992, when it was formed at UC Davis under the moniker Solesides Records. It is also the name of the independent record label that releases their records, as well as those of a number of other artists

Quantitative research
In the social sciences, quantitative research refers to the systematic empirical investigation of social phenomena via statistical, mathematical or computational techniques. The objective of quantitative research is to develop and employ mathematical models, theories and/or hypotheses pertaining to phenomena

Quantity surveyor
A quantity surveyor is a professional working within the construction industry concerned with building costs.The profession is one that provides a qualification gained following formal education, specific training and experience that provides a general set of skills that are then applied to a diverse variety of problems

Quantum computer
A quantum computer is a device for computation that makes direct use of quantum mechanical phenomena, such as superposition and entanglement, to perform operations on data. Quantum computers are different from traditional computers based on transistors

Quantum entanglement
Quantum entanglement occurs when electrons, molecules even as large as "buckyballs", photons, etc., interact physically and then become separated; the type of interaction is such that each resulting member of a pair is properly described by the same quantum mechanical description , which is indefinite in terms of important factors such as position, momentum, spin, polarization,

Quantum field theory
Quantum field theory provides a theoretical framework for constructing quantum mechanical models of systems classically parametrized by an infinite number of dynamical degrees of freedom, that is, fields and many-body systems. It is the natural and quantitative language of particle physics and condensed matter physics

Quantum gravity
Quantum gravity is the field of theoretical physics which attempts to develop scientific models that unify quantum mechanics with general relativity

Quantum harmonic oscillator
The quantum harmonic oscillator is the quantum-mechanical analog of the classical harmonic oscillator. Because an arbitrary potential can be approximated as a harmonic potential at the vicinity of a stable equilibrium point, it is one of the most important model systems in quantum mechanics

Quantum mechanics
Quantum mechanics, also known as quantum physics or quantum theory, is a branch of physics providing a mathematical description of much of the dual particle-like and wave-like behavior and interactions of energy and matter. It departs from classical mechanics primarily at the atomic and subatomic scales, the so-called quantum realm

Quark
A quark is an elementary particle and a fundamental constituent of matter. Quarks combine to form composite particles called hadrons, the most stable of which are protons and neutrons, the components of atomic nuclei. Due to a phenomenon known as color confinement, quarks are never directly observed or found in isolation; they can only be found within hadrons or mesons

Quark (cheese)
Quark is a type of fresh cheese, also known as tvorog , topfen , biezpiens , and varškė . It is made by warming soured milk until the desired degree of denaturation of milk proteins is met, and then strained

Quark model
In physics, the quark model is a classification scheme for hadrons in terms of their valence quarks—the quarks and antiquarks which give rise to the quantum numbers of the hadrons.

QuarkXPress
QuarkXPress is a computer application for creating and editing complex page layouts in a WYSIWYG environment. It runs on Mac OS X and Windows. It was first released by Quark, Inc

Quarry
A quarry is a type of open-pit mine from which rock or minerals are extracted. Quarries are generally used for extracting building materials, such as dimension stone, construction aggregate, riprap, sand, and gravel. They are often collocated with concrete and asphalt plants due to the requirement for large amounts of aggregate in those materials

Quarry Bank Mill
Quarry Bank Mill in Cheshire, England, is one of the best preserved textile mills of the Industrial Revolution and is now a museum of the cotton industry. It has been designated by English Heritage as a Grade II* listed building.-Water mill:

 
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