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Mortgage
A mortgage is a security interest in real property held by a lender as a security for a debt, usually a loan of money. A mortgage in itself is not a debt, it is the lender's security for a debt

Mortier (disambiguation)
Mortier may refer to:* Mortier, a pipe organ builder* Mortier, Newfoundland and Labrador, CanadaPeople with the surname Mortier:* Édouard Adolphe Casimir Joseph Mortier , French general* Erwin Mortier , Belgian author

Mortiers
Mortiers may refer to the following places in France:*Mortiers, Aisne, in the Aisne département*Mortiers, Charente-Maritime, in the Charente-Maritime département

Mortification (album)
Mortification is Mortification's second studio release and eponymous debut album, released in 1991. The album before was a demo. This album leans more towards death metal, but still keeps itself in the ways of thrash.

Mortified
Mortified was an Australian children's television series, co-produced by the Australian Children's Television Foundation and Enjoy Entertainment for the Nine Network Australia, Disney Australia and the BBC. The series premiered on 30 June 2006 and ended on 11 April 2007 with two seasons and a total of 26 episodes

Mortiis
Mortiis is a band from Notodden, Norway fronted by Håvard Ellefsen, who is also known as the namesake of the band. The name is a misspelling of the word 'mortis', which is the pronunciation used by the band. However, Mortiis started as the solo project of Ellefsen as a means to convey a story

Mortise
Mortise or mortice may refer to:* Mortise and tenon, a woodworking joint* Ankle mortise, part of the distal tibia joining the talus bone to form an ankle joint* Mortise chisel, a type of chisel* Mortice lock - a deadlocking lock.

Mortmain
Mortmain is a legal term that means ownership of real estate by a corporation or legal institution that can be transferred or sold in perpetuity; the term is usually used in the context of its prohibition

Morton
- Fictional :* Morton Koopa, Jr., a character and boss in Super Mario Bros. 3* A character in the Charlie and Lola franchise-Places:In Canada:* Morton, Manitoba* Morton, Ontario, a community in Rideau LakesIn France:* Morton, Vienne

Morton (surname)
Morton is an English,Irish and Scottish surname and may refer to the following people:* Alicia Morton , American actress* Bill Morton, Scottish former Chief Executive of the Scottish Qualifications Authority

Mortuary (1983 film)
Mortuary was a 1983 slasher film/horror movie which starred Bill Paxton, Mary Beth McDonough, David Wallace, Lynda Day George, with Michael Berryman and Christopher George in one of his final roles

Mos
Mos is a municipality in Galicia, Spain in the province of Pontevedra and next to Vigo.The Louro River floods through Mos from North to South, making the municipality a valley region.

MOS (gene)
Proto-oncogene serine/threonine-protein kinase mos is an enzyme that in humans is encoded by the MOS gene.-Interactions:MOS has been shown to interact with MyoD.-Further reading:

MOSAIC
MOSAIC may refer to:*MOSAIC geodemographic tool*MOSAIC Research Group*MOSAIC Threat Assessment Systems*MOSAIC *MOSAIC *Maui Optical System and Integration Center

Mosaic (album)
Mosaic is the name of the second studio album by Australian indie rock band Love of Diagrams. It was released in 2007 by Matador Records.-Track listing:#"Form and Function"#"The Pyramid"#"Pace or the Patience"#"At 100%"#"Interlude"#"Ms v. Export"

Mosaic (Art Blakey album)
Mosaic is a 1961 jazz album released by Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers for Blue Note Records.This is the first release by one of the most critically acclaimed Jazz Messengers lineups: Wayne Shorter , Freddie Hubbard , Curtis Fuller , Cedar Walton , Jymie Merritt , and Art Blakey

Mosaic (film)
Mosaic is an animated superhero film about a new character created by Stan Lee. It features the voices of Anna Paquin, Kirby Morrow, and Cam Clarke. It was released under the Stan Lee Presents banner, which is a series of direct-to-DVD animated films distributed by POW Entertainment with Anchor Bay Entertainment

MOSAIC (housing cooperative)
The Members Of Society Acting in Cooperation is a housing cooperative in Evanston, Illinois, United States. It is the only housing co-op for Northwestern University students, though it is not affiliated with the university.

Mosaic (Wang Chung album)
-Cassette/LP:Side OneSide Two-Chart performance:*Year end charts*U.S.A.: #81 -Certifications:-Personnel:*Lead Vocals: Jack Hues, Nick Feldman

Mosaic (Woven Hand album)
-Track listings:#Breathing Bull#Winter Shaker#Swedish Purse#Twig#Whistling Girl#Elktooth#Bible and Bird#Dirty Blue#Slota Prow - Full Armour#Truly Golden#Deerskin Doll#Little Raven/Shun-Personnel:*David Eugene Edwards - vocals, guitar, bass

Mosca
Mosca is an Italian surname that means "fly" and may refer to:* Angelo Mosca , Canadian Football League player and professional wrestler* Frank Mosca, author* Gaetano Mosca , Italian political scientist, journalist and public servant

Moselle (disambiguation)
Moselle may refer to:*Moselle, département in France*Moselle , in France, Luxembourg, and Germany*River Moselle , England*Moselle, Mississippi, unincorporated community in the United States

Moses (bishop)
Moses or St Moses spent many years in the fourth century as a hermit on the fringes of the Roman empire between Egypt and Syria, before becoming the first Arab bishop of the Arab people

Moses (machine translation)
Moses is a free software statistical machine translation engine that allows automatically training translation models for any language pair given a collection of source and target text pairs

Mosh
Moshing is a dance in which participants push or slam into each other. They also flail their limbs to breakdowns of hardcore punk and its sub-genres. It is most associated with aggressive music genres, such as hardcore punk and heavy metal

MOSH
MOSH was a user defined distribution channel for mobile content initiated by Nokia. The name "MOSH" comes from "Mobilize and Share".The channel can be used to both download and upload various content for mobile phones or other platforms

Mosh (disambiguation)
Mosh or MOSH may refer to:* Mosh, a form of concert dancing* Mosh , the song by Eminem* Ring name of Charles Warrington, a professional wrestler* MOSH, Nokia's content-sharing site* Camp Moshava, a summer camp

MOSQUITO
In cryptography, MOSQUITO was a stream cypher algorithm designed by Joan Daemen and Paris Kitsos. It was submitted to the eSTREAM Project of the eCRYPT network. After the initial design was broken by Joux and Muller, a tweaked version named MOUSTIQUE was proposed which made it to Phase 3 of the eSTREAM evaluation process as the only self-synchronizing cipher remaining

Mosquito (album)
Mosquito is the first of three albums by Canadian songwriter Michael Kulas.-Track listing:#Archive#Burning Down Hollywood#Sleepwalk#A Clever Mess#Free To Fall#Live To Please#The Last True Fools#Taken#There's Going To Come A Time#Brave

Mosquito (film)
Mosquito is a 1995 science fiction film directed by Gary Jones. The film's plot pays homage to the classic 50's horror genre. Mosquito is about mosquitoes that become mutated when a spaceship crash lands in a swamp. The mosquitoes grow to enormous size and attack campers in a remote northern wilderness

Mosquito (Psychotic Waltz album)
Mosquito was the third of 4 studio albums by Psychotic Waltz. Due to a tactical change of styles, it is also the least popular amongst fans. However, a significant minority regards this album to be their greatest work

Mosquitos (band)
Mosquitos is a New York City-based musical band consisting of guitarist Chris Root, keyboardist Jon Marshall Smith, and Brazilian singer JuJu Stulbach. The sound of Mosquitos has been described as a mix of bossa nova and indie pop.-History:

MOSS
MOSS may refer to:* Map Overlay and Statistical System, a geographic information system * Market Oriented Sector Selective talks, trade negotiations between the United States and Japan in 1984

Moss (given name)
Moss is a given name, and may refer to:In sports:* Moss Burmester , a gold medallist at the 2006 Commonwealth Games in MelbourneIn politics:* Moss Cass , a former member of the Australian House of Representatives

Most
Most is the capital city of the Most District, situated between the Czech Central Mountains and the Ore Mountains, approximately northwest of Prague along the Bílina River and southwest of Ústí nad Labem.-Etymology:

Most (film)
Most is a 2003 Czech film directed by Bobby Garabedian and written and produced by American actor William Zabka. The music score was created by John Debney

Most High
Most High is a 2004 film starred in, written by, and directed by Marty Sader. The film deals with the descent of the main character, Julius, into drug addiction.-Plot:The main character Julius loves helping people, so he works at a clinic

Mot
In Ugaritic Mot 'Death' is personified as a god of death. The word is cognate with forms meaning 'death' in other Semitic and Afro-Asiatic languages: with Arabic موت mawt; with Hebrew מות ; with Maltese mewt; with Syriac mautā; with Ge'ez mot; with Canaanite, Egyptian Aramaic, Nabataean, and Palmyrene

Mot
-Media:* Mot , character* Moment Of Truth, A reality based Television show.* Mot , character* Mot -Science and technology:* A measure of sperm motility* Magneto-optical trap, in physics

Mot (animated television series)
Mot is an Canadian animated television series about a purple monster. Based on the Children's Comics by Alfonso Azpiri, Mot is from the Monstrous Organicus Telluricus family

Mota
-Placenames:*Mota, Gujarat, a town in India*Mota, Slovenia, a village in Slovenia*Mota, Ethiopia, a town in Ethiopia*Mota , an island in Vanuatu-People:* João Soares da Mota Neto, Brazilian footballer* Guillermo Mota , baseball player

Mota (island)
Mota is an extinct volcanic island in the Banks group of Torba Province in northern Vanuatu.683 people live on Mota in coastal villages around the island. The names of the villages are Liwotqei, Lotawan, Mariu, Tasmate, Garamal, Tuqetap, and Veverao.

Mote
Mote may be:*Mote , various types of cooked grains consumed in South America* Mote con huesillo, a non alcoholic drink from Chile*Mote, a song by Sonic Youth from their 1990 album Goo *Mote EP, a recording by The Faint

Motel
A motor hotel, or motel for short, is a hotel designed for motorists, and usually has a parking area for motor vehicles

Motel (album)
Motel is the debut album by the Mexican soul-rock band of the same name. The album was released on March 28, 2006, in Mexico. Four months later, the album was released in countries like Guatemala, Venezuela, Chile, and the United States

Motel (band)
Motel is a Mexican Rock band created in 2002, consisting of Guillermo Méndez, Rodrigo Dávila Chapoy, José Damián and Rubén Puente.-History:

Motel (disambiguation)
A motel is a type of hotel.The Motel or Motel may also refer to:* Motel , a soul-rock Mexican band* Motel * Motel * Motel , 2006

Motel (song)
"Motel" is the fifteenth single by B'z, released on November 21, 1994. This song is one of B'z many number-one singles in Oricon chart. It sold over 1,316,000 copies according to Oricon.

Motet
In classical music, motet is a word that is applied to a number of highly varied choral musical compositions.-Etymology:The name comes either from the Latin movere, or a Latinized version of Old French mot, "word" or "verbal utterance." The Medieval Latin for "motet" is motectum, and the Italian mottetto was also used

Moth (disambiguation)
A moth is an insect in the order Lepidoptera.Moth may also refer to:* De Havilland Moth, a series of light aircraft, sports planes and military trainers* Moth , a rock band from Cincinnati, Ohio* Moth , three different classes of boats

Moth (town)
Moth is a town and a nagar panchayat in Jhansi district in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.-Brief history:The place was earlier called "मठ" and during British rule in India, the name changed to "Moth" due to their British accent. The place has an old fort which is almost in to ruins now.-Geography:Moth is located at

Mothball
Mothballs are small balls of chemical pesticide and deodorant used when storing clothing and other articles susceptible to damage from mold or moth larvae .

Mother
A mother, mum, mom, momma, or mama is a woman who has raised a child, given birth to a child, and/or supplied the ovum that grew into a child. Because of the complexity and differences of a mother's social, cultural, and religious definitions and roles, it is challenging to specify a universally acceptable definition for the term

Mother (album)
Mother is the debut album of British band Kubb. It was released on 14 November 2005 in the UK on the Mercury Records label. It reached a peak of #26 the week of 13 February 2006

Mother (energy drink)
Mother is an energy drink marketed to Australians and New Zealanders by Coca-Cola. Mother was introduced in late 2006 to compete with the two leading energy drinks on the market, V and Red Bull, which then dominated the $151 million industry and accounted for 94% of sales. Mother remained unaltered on the market for 18 months

Mother (Luna Sea album)
Mother is the fourth album by Luna Sea, released on October 26, 1994. It reached number two on the Oricon chart. The single versions of "Rosier" and "Mother" are slightly different than the album's

Mother (opera)
Mother, op. 35, is a quarter-tone opera in ten scenes by Czech composer Alois Hába. It was completed in 1929 on the composer's own libretto, its plot is drawn from author's native Valašsko

Mother Earth (Within Temptation song)
"Mother Earth" is the third single of Dutch symphonic metal band Within Temptation from their second studio album, Mother Earth. The song peaked at #14 on the Germany Singles Top 100.

Mother ship (disambiguation)
Mother ship or Mothership may refer to:* Mother ship - a vessel or aircraft which carries smaller vessels or aircraft which operate independently of it* Mother Ship an album by jazz organist Larry Young

Mother Superior (band)
Mother Superior is a Los Angeles based rock band, consisting of guitarist/vocalist Jim Wilson, bassist Marcus Blake and drummer Matt Tecu. In addition to playing live with the Rollins Band and U2 producer Daniel Lanois, the band has done session work with Daniel Lanois, Henry Rollins, Tony Visconti, Alice Cooper, Meat Loaf, Emmylou Harris, Sparks, Anthrax, Wayne Kramer, Lemmy, George

Mother tongue (disambiguation)
Mother tongue usually refers to a person's first language.Mother tongue may also refer to:*Proto-Human language, the hypothetical most recent common ancestor of all the world's languages

Thakur Anukulchandra
Sri Sri Thakur Anukulchandra the son of God was a guru, and founder of the Satsang ashram.-Biography:

Thalamo-cortico-thalamic circuits
Thalamo-cortico-thalamic circuits consist of looped neural pathways that connect the thalamus to the cerebral cortex, and connect the cerebral cortex back to the thalamus. Some researchers propose that such circuits allow the brain to obtain data on its own activity, making self-awareness possible.

Thalassemia
Thalassemia is an inherited autosomal recessive blood disease that originated in the Mediterranean region. In thalassemia the genetic defect, which could be either mutation or deletion, results in reduced rate of synthesis or no synthesis of one of the globin chains that make up hemoglobin

Thalassery
Thalassery , also known as Tellicherry, is a city on the Malabar Coast of Kerala, India. This is the second largest city of North Malabar in terms of population. The name Tellicherry is the anglicized form of Thalassery. Thalassery municipality has a population just less than 100,000. Established in 1866, it is the second oldest municipality in the state

Thales
Thales of Miletus was a pre-Socratic Greek philosopher from Miletus in Asia Minor, and one of the Seven Sages of Greece. Many, most notably Aristotle, regard him as the first philosopher in the Greek tradition

Thales Group
The Thales Group is a French electronics company delivering information systems and services for the aerospace, defense, transportation and security markets

Thalia
Thalia was the Muse who presided over comedy and idyllic poetry. In this context her name means "flourishing", because the praises in her songs flourish through time. She was the daughter of Zeus and Mnemosyne, the eighth-born of the nine Muses.

Thallium
Thallium is a chemical element with the symbol Tl and atomic number 81. This soft gray poor metal resembles tin but discolors when exposed to air. The two chemists William Crookes and Claude-Auguste Lamy discovered thallium independently in 1861 by the newly developed method of flame spectroscopy

Thames 400e
The Ford Thames 400E was a commercial vehicle made by Ford of Britain and introduced in 1957. Production of the range continued until September 1965, by which time a total of 187,000 had been built.-History:

Thames and Medway Canal
The Thames and Medway Canal is a disused canal in Kent, south east England, also known as the Gravesend and Rochester Canal. It was originally some long and cut across the neck of the Hoo peninsula, linking the River Thames at Gravesend with the River Medway at Strood

Thames Ditton
Thames Ditton is a village in Surrey, England, bordering Greater London. It is situated 12.2 miles south-west of Charing Cross between the towns of Kingston upon Thames, Surbiton, Esher and East Molesey

Thames Embankment
The Thames Embankment is a major feat of 19th century civil engineering designed to reclaim marshy land next to the River Thames in central London. It consists of the Victoria and Chelsea Embankment.

Thames Valley
The Thames Valley Region is a loose term for the English counties and towns roughly following the course of the River Thames as it flows from Oxfordshire in the west to London in the east. It includes parts of Buckinghamshire, Berkshire, North Hampshire, Surrey and west London

Thames Valley Harriers
Thames Valley Harriers is an athletics club based in West London, England. It was founded in 1887 and is based at the Linford Christie Stadium, which is named after Olympic 100 metres gold medallist Linford Christie. The club competes at all levels in senior and junior road racing, cross country, and track and field.-External links:*

Thames Valley University
The University of West London is a public university based in London, United Kingdom, with campuses in Ealing and Brentford, London, and Reading, Berkshire.

Thamesmead
Thamesmead is a district of south-east London, England, located in the London Boroughs of Greenwich and Bexley. It is situated east of Charing Cross.

Thammasat University
Thammasat University , or in brief TU , is Thailand's second oldest university. Officially established on 27 June 1934, the university was originally named by founder Pridi Banomyong, University of Moral Science and Politics , reflecting the political fervor of the time

Thamud
The Thamūd were a people of ancient Arabia who were known from the 1st millennium BC to near the time of Muhammad. Although they are thought to have originated in southern Arabia, Arabic tradition has them moving north to settle on the slopes of Mount Athlab near Mada'in Saleh

Thanaka
Thanaka is a yellowish-white cosmetic paste made from ground bark. It is a distinctive feature of Myanmar seen commonly applied to the face and sometimes the arms of women and girls and to a lesser extent men and boys

Thanatopsis
"Thanatopsis" is a poem by the American poet William Cullen Bryant.-Overview:The title is from the Greek thanatos and -opsis ; it has often been translated as "Meditation upon Death"

Thanatos
In Greek mythology, Thanatos was the daemon personification of death. He was a minor figure in Greek mythology, often referred to but rarely appearing in person

Thane
Thane , is a city in Maharashtra, India, part of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region, northeastern suburb of Mumbai at the head of the Thane Creek. It is the administrative headquarters of Thane district. On 16 April 1853, G.I.P

Thangka
A "Thangka," also known as "Tangka", "Thanka" or "Tanka" is a Tibetan silk painting with embroidery, usually depicting a Buddhist deity, famous scene, or mandala of some sort. The thankga is not a flat creation like an oil painting or acrylic painting

Thanjavur Marathas
Thanjavur Marathas were the rulers of Thanjavur principality of Tamil Nadu between the 17th to the 19th century C.E. Their native language was Marathi

Thanksgiving (United States)
Thanksgiving, or Thanksgiving Day, is a holiday celebrated in the United States on the fourth Thursday in November. It has officially been an annual tradition since 1863, when, during the Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln proclaimed a national day of thanksgiving to be celebrated on Thursday, November 26

Thar Desert
The Thar Desert |Punjab]] province. The Cholistan Desert adjoins the Thar desert spreading into Pakistani Punjab province.-Location and description:

The 33 Strategies of War
The 33 Strategies of War by Robert Greene is a "guide to the subtle social game of everyday life informed by the ... military principles in war.". It is composed of discussions and examples on offensive and defensive strategies from a wide variety of people and conditions such as Napoleon Bonaparte, Lawrence of Arabia, Alexander the Great, and the Tet Offensive

The 700 Club
The 700 Club is the flagship news talk show of the Christian Broadcasting Network, airing in syndication throughout the United States and Canada. In production since 1966, it is currently hosted by Pat Robertson, Terry Meeuwsen, Kristi Watts, and Gordon P. Robertson, two of whom will host on any given day

The A-Team
The A-Team is an American action adventure television series about a fictional group of ex-United States Army Special Forces personnel who work as soldiers of fortune, while on the run from the Army after being branded as war criminals for a "crime they didn't commit". The A-Team was created by writers and producers Frank Lupo and Stephen J

The Abbott and Costello Show
The Abbott and Costello Show is an American television sitcom starring the popular comedy team of Bud Abbott and Lou Costello that premiered in syndication in the fall of 1952 and ran until May 1954.

The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian
The Absolutely True Diary of a Part Time Indian is a novel for young adults written by Sherman Alexie. It is told in the first-person, from the viewpoint of Native American teenager and budding cartoonist Arnold Spirit, Jr.

The Addams Family (pinball)
The Addams Family is the best selling pinball machine since the 1930's, having sold 20,270 units. Manufactured by Midway , it is a solid state electronic game

The Adicts
The Adicts are an English punk band from Ipswich, Suffolk, England. One of the more popular punk rock bands in the 1980s, they were often in the indie charts at that time. Their song "Viva La Revolution" was featured in the video game Tony Hawk's Underground. It was also featured in a commercial for the E! channel advertising their reality television show Pop Fiction

The Adult Channel
The Adult Channel is a broadcast just for adults pay-per-view cable/satellite/IPTV channel available in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland, replacing the Home Video Channel on 30th June 1999

The Adventure of the Dancing Men
"The Adventure of the Dancing Men", one of the 56 Sherlock Holmes short stories written by British author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, is one of 13 stories in the cycle collected as The Return of Sherlock Holmes.

The Adventure of the Dying Detective
"The Adventure of the Dying Detective", in some editions simply titled "The Dying Detective", is one of the 56 Sherlock Holmes short stories written by British author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Together with seven other stories, it is collected as His Last Bow.-Plot summary:Dr

The Adventure of the Empty House
"The Adventure of the Empty House", one of the 56 Sherlock Holmes short stories written by British author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, is one of 13 stories in the cycle collected as The Return of Sherlock Holmes. Public pressure forced Conan Doyle to bring the sleuth back to life, and explain his apparently miraculous survival of a deadly struggle with Professor Moriarty

The Adventure of the Musgrave Ritual
"The Adventure of the Musgrave Ritual" is a short story by Arthur Conan Doyle, featuring his fictional detective Sherlock Holmes. The story was originally published in Strand Magazine in 1893, and was collected later in The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes. Unlike the majority of Holmes stories, the main narrator is not Doctor Watson, but Sherlock Holmes himself

The Adventure of the Solitary Cyclist
"The Adventure of the Solitary Cyclist", one of the 56 Sherlock Holmes short stories written by British author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, is one of 13 stories in the cycle collected as The Return of Sherlock Holmes.-Synopsis:

The Adventure of the Yellow Face
"The Adventure of the Yellow Face", one of the 56 short Sherlock Holmes stories written by British author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, is the third tale from The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes

The Adventures of Baron Munchausen
The Adventures of Baron Munchausen is a 1988 British adventure comedy film directed by Terry Gilliam, starring John Neville, Sarah Polley, Eric Idle, Jonathan Pryce, Oliver Reed, Uma Thurman, and Robin Williams.-Plot:

The Adventures of Ellery Queen
The Adventures of Ellery Queen is the title of a radio series and four separate television series made from the 1950s through the 1970s. They were based on the fictional character and pseudonymous writer Ellery Queen.-Radio:

The Adventures of Ford Fairlane
The Adventures of Ford Fairlane is a 1990 American action/comedy film starring comedian Andrew Dice Clay as Ford Fairlane, a "Rock n' Roll Detective," whose beat is the music industry in Los Angeles. The film was directed by Renny Harlin.-Plot:

The Adventures of Lano and Woodley
The Adventures of Lano and Woodley is an Australian comedy television show starring the comedic duo of Lano and Woodley , consisting of two series which aired on ABC TV from 1997 to 1999

The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert
The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert is a 1994 Australian comedy-drama film written and directed by Stephan Elliott. The plot is based on the journey of three drag queens who travel across the Australian Outback from Sydney to Alice Springs in a tour bus that they have named "Priscilla", along the way encountering various groups and individuals

The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D
The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D , is a 2005 adventure and fantasy film directed by Robert Rodriguez. The film uses the same anaglyph 3-D technology used in Spy Kids 3D: Game Over. The film stars Taylor Lautner, Cayden Boyd, Taylor Dooley and George Lopez

The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes is a collection of twelve stories by Arthur Conan Doyle, featuring his famous detective and illustrated by Sidney Paget.

The Adventures of Sinbad
The Adventures of Sinbad is a Canadian television series which aired from 1996 to 1998. It follows on the story from the pilot of the same name. It revolves around the series' protagonist, Sinbad. The series is a re-telling of the adventures of Sinbad from The Arabian Nights. Created by Ed Naha, it was filmed in southern Ontario, Canada and in Cape Town, South Africa

The Adventures of Tintin
The Adventures of Tintin is a series of classic comic books created by Belgian artist , who wrote under the pen name of Hergé

The Age of Innocence
The Age of Innocence is a novel by Edith Wharton published in 1920, which won the 1921 Pulitzer Prize. The story is set in upper-class New York City in the 1870s. In 1920, The Age of Innocence was serialized in four parts in the Pictorial Review magazine, and later released by D

The Age of Innocence (film)
The Age of Innocence is a 1993 American film adaptation of Edith Wharton's 1920 novel of the same name. The film was released by Columbia Pictures, directed by Martin Scorsese, and stars Daniel Day-Lewis, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Winona Ryder.

The Age of Reason
The Age of Reason; Being an Investigation of True and Fabulous Theology is a deistic pamphlet, written by eighteenth-century British radical and American revolutionary Thomas Paine, that criticizes institutionalized religion and challenges the legitimacy of the Bible, the central sacred text of Christianity

The Alchemist (short story)
"The Alchemist" is a short story by H. P. Lovecraft, written in 1908, when Lovecraft was 17 or 18, and first published in the November 1916 issue of the United Amateur.-Plot summary:

The Alienist
The Alienist is a crime novel by Caleb Carr first published in 1994. It takes place in New York City in 1896, and includes appearances by many famous figures of New York society in that era, including Theodore Roosevelt and J. P. Morgan. The sequel to the novel is The Angel of Darkness. The story follows Roosevelt, then New York City police commissioner, and Dr

The All-American Rejects
The All-American Rejects are an American rock band formed in Stillwater, Oklahoma in 1999. The band consists of lead vocalist and bass guitarist Tyson Ritter, lead guitarist, Nick Wheeler, rhythm guitarist, Mike Kennerty, and drummer Chris Gaylor.

The Amazing Race 6
The Amazing Race 6 is the sixth installment of the reality television series The Amazing Race. It premiered on November 16, 2004, and concluded on February 8, 2005.Freddy Holliday & Kendra Bentley were the winners of this Race.

The Ambassadors (Holbein)
The Ambassadors is a painting by Hans Holbein the Younger in the National Gallery, London. As well as being a double portrait, the painting contains a still life of several meticulously rendered objects, the meaning of which is the cause of much debate

The American Language
The American Language, first published in 1919, is H. L. Mencken's book about the English language as spoken in the United States.Mencken was inspired by "the argot of the colored waiters" in Washington, as well as one of his favorite authors, Mark Twain, and his experiences on the streets of Baltimore

The American Scholar
The American Scholar was a speech given by Ralph Waldo Emerson on August 31, 1837, to the Phi Beta Kappa Society at Cambridge. He was invited to speak in recognition of his groundbreaking work Nature, published a year earlier, in which he established a new way for America's fledgling society to regard the world

The Amory Wars
The Amory Wars, originally entitled The Bag.On.Line Adventures, is an ongoing series of comic books written by Coheed and Cambria frontman Claudio Sanchez and published by Evil Ink Comics. The story of The Amory Wars is also the focus of the band's music

The Andromeda Strain
The Andromeda Strain , by Michael Crichton, is a techno-thriller novel documenting the efforts of a team of scientists investigating a deadly extraterrestrial microorganism that rapidly and fatally clots human blood, while in other people inducing insanity

The Andy Griffith Show
The Andy Griffith Show is an American sitcom first televised by CBS between October 3, 1960, and April 1, 1968. Andy Griffith portrays a widowed sheriff in the fictional small community of Mayberry, North Carolina

The Apotheosis of Homer (Ingres)
The Apotheosis of Homer is a grand 1827 painting by Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, now exhibited at the Louvre as INV 5417.-History:A state commission to decorate a ceiling of the musée Charles X at the Louvre , it formed part of a renovation project commissioned by Charles X to have himself remembered in the grand tradition of Bourbon building

The Art of Detection
The Art of Detection is the fifth book in the Kate Martinelli series by Laurie R. King. It is preceded by Night Work.-Plot summary:Philip Gilbert, the head of a group of Sherlock Holmes enthusiasts, is found dead in a national park's artillery battery

The Art of War
The Art of War is an ancient Chinese military treatise that is attributed to Sun Tzu , a high ranking military general and strategist during the late Spring and Autumn period

The Ascent of Man
The Ascent of Man is a thirteen-part documentary television series produced by the BBC and Time-Life Films first transmitted in 1973, written and presented by Jacob Bronowski

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is the only major daily newspaper in Atlanta, Georgia, United States, and its suburbs. The AJC, as it is called, is the flagship publication of Cox Enterprises. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is the result of the merger between The Atlanta Journal and The Atlanta Constitution. The staff was combined in 1982

The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin
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The Automobile Association
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The Backyardigans
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