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Nair (hair removal)
Nair is a hair removal product manufactured by Church and Dwight. It was purchased from Carter-Wallace in 2001.The brand name is a possible portmanteau of the words “No” and “Hair" to produce a word that rhymes with "Hair." The brand is most well known for its depilatories that work by breaking the bonds of hair so that the hair can be wiped away and removed

Naira (village)
Naira is a village in Srikakulam mandal in Srikakulam district, Andhra Pradesh, India.Agricultural College of Naira is located at village Naira and is affiliated to Acharya N. G. Ranga Agricultural University.

NAIT
NAIT stands for:*North American Islamic Trust, an organization in Plainfield, Indiana, that owns Islamic properties*Northern Alberta Institute of Technology*Neonatal alloimmune thrombocytopenia*National Association of Industrial Technology

Nak (disambiguation)
Nak and similar can mean:*NAK is the negative-acknowledge character on computers and telecommunications, ascii 21 *NAK is a computer communication protocol message sent to reject or indicate a problem with a previously-received message*"NAK" is used as a slang abbreviation in internet forums and chats for "I

Naked (Goo Goo Dolls song)
"Naked" is the name of a song by Goo Goo Dolls. The song was the first single released from their hit album A Boy Named Goo after they scored a breakthrough hit with the song "Name".

Naked (Joan Jett album)
Naked is an album released only in Japan by Joan Jett and the Blackhearts. The album was released on April 27, 2004.-Track listing:

Naked (Louise album)
Naked is the debut solo album by the British singer Louise. Released in July 1996, it peaked at no.7 in the UK and the single 'Naked' was later certified Platinum for sales of over 600,000 copies.- Background :

Naked (Marques Houston song)
"Naked" is the title track and second single from Marques Houston's second album, Naked. It's the fifth track on the album. The remix for "Naked" features Mike Jones.

Naked eye
The naked eye is a figure of speech referring to human visual perception unaided by a magnifying or light-collecting optical device, such as a telescope or microscope. Vision corrected to normal acuity using corrective lenses is considered "naked"

Naked eye (disambiguation)
Naked eye is a figure of speech referring to visual perception.Naked eye may also refer to:* "Naked Eye" , by Luscious Jackson* "Naked Eye" " a song by The Who * The Naked Eye , a 1956

Naked Eye (song)
"Naked Eye" is a song by American alternative rock band Luscious Jackson, the first single from their second album Fever in Fever Out. The song was a commercial success peaking at #18 on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart and #36 on the Billboard Hot 100

Naktis
Naktis is the sixth album by Latvian band Dzeltenie Pastnieki, released through magnitizdat in 1987, and was the last one of the band's six 1980s albums to see an official CD release. Before the October 21, 2010 issue, the album was widely shared on P2P networks in several versions of tape-to-computer transfers done by fans

Nalbant
Nalbant is a commune in Tulcea County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Nalbant, Nicolae Bălcescu and Trestenic.

Nali
Nali may refer to:*Nalî , The Kurdish poet*Náli, a Dwarf of J. R. R. Tolkien's Middle-earth legendarium*Nali, a dwarf of Norse mythology*Nali, an alien race in the videogame Unreal*Mirza Nali*NALi , Brisbane rock band

Nalidixic acid
Nalidixic acid is the first of the synthetic quinolone antibiotics

Nallet
Nallet is a French surname, and may refer to:*Henri Nallet, French politician*Lionel Nallet, French rugby player

Nalli
Nalli is a last name for some people living in Vizianagaram district which is in the northern region of Andhra Pradesh state, India. The name can also be found in families of central Italy, specifically within the Lazio province. Nalli can also refer to Nalli Chinnasamy Chetti, an Indian silk saree emporium.

NALP3
NACHT, LRR and PYD domains-containing protein 3 or cryopyrin is a protein that in humans is encoded by the NLRP3 gene. The gene is also called cold induced autoinflammatory syndrome 1 and is located on the long arm of chromosome 1

Nam
Nam or NAM may refer to:* Namibia* New Age Movement* Arabic for yesVietnam-related* Vietnam* Vietnam War* The 'Nam, a historical fiction series* NAM , a 1998 first person shooter game for PCInitialisms

NAMA
NAMA may mean:* National Ayurvedic Medical Association, United States* NATO Airlift Management Agency* The British National association of Mathematics Advisers* Swedish National Academy of Mime and Acting

Nama (wine)
Nama is a sweet red wine that is usually used in Greek Orthodox Churches in Holy Communion. It is similar to Mavrodaphne, with the difference that it is sweeter and it contains less alcohol.

Name day
A name day is a tradition in many countries in Europe and Latin America that consists of celebrating the day of the year associated with one's given name.

Name reaction
A name reaction is a chemical reaction named after its discoverers or developers. Well known examples include the Wittig reaction, the Claisen condensation, the Friedel-Crafts acylation, and the Diels-Alder reaction. Among the tens of thousands of organic reactions that are known, hundreds of such reactions are well-known enough to be named after people

Nameless
Nameless usually refers to someone or something that doesn't have a name. Sometimes characters are never given names such as in Rashomon.Nameless may also refer to:- Fiction :

Nameless (film)
Nameless is a 1923 Austrian film directed by Michael Curtiz.-Cast:* Victor Varconi* Mary Kid* Karl Farkas* Arthur Gottlein* Hans Lackner* Maria Raffe

Namenlos
Namenlos is the eighth studio album from Austrian band L'Âme Immortelle.-Track listing:CD1# Vergessen # 1000 Voices# Behind The Light# Bleib # Requiem# Lost# Blutrot # Reborn

Nameplate
A nameplate identifies and displays a person or product's name. Name plates are usually shaped as rectangles but are also seen in other shapes, sometimes taking on the shape of someone’s name

Namesake
Namesake is a term used to characterize a person, place, thing, quality, action, state, or idea that has the same, or a similar, name to another.

Namibian
Namibian may refer to:* Something of, from, or related to Namibia, a country in southern Africa on the Atlantic coast.* A person from Namibia, or of Namibian descent. For information about the Namibian people, see Demographics of Namibia and Culture of Namibia

Namu
Namu or NAMU may refer to:*The North American Monetary Union*Namu, British Columbia, a town in Canada*Namu Atoll, an atoll in the Pacific Ocean*Namu doll, a type of Pullip doll*Yang Erche Namu, a Chinese singer and writer of Mosuo ethnicity

Namur
Namur may refer to:*Namur in Belgian context:**Namur , a municipality and a city of Belgium, the capital of Wallonia**Namur , a province in Wallonia, Belgium, named after the provincial capital city

NaN
In computing, NaN is a value of the numeric data type representing an undefined or unrepresentable value, especially in floating-point calculations

Nan
- Acronyms :* NaN , used in computer arithmetic and defined in the IEEE floating-point standard* NMDA Antagonist Neurotoxicity, also known as Olney's lesions* NAN, IATA code for Nadi International Airport* National Assembly of Nigeria

Nan Quan Mama
Nan Quan Mama is a Taiwanese music group. The name is a phrase in Chinese to explain having strength while being gentle as a mother. They are closely tied with the Taiwanese artist Jay Chou. The group was nominated for Best Singing Group at the 19th Golden Melody Awards in 2008.The current members are Devon and Yuhao

Nana (Apache)
Kas-tziden or Haškɛnadɨltla , more widely known by his mexican-spanish appellation Nana , was a warrior and chief of the Chihenne band of the Chiricahua Apache

Nance
Byrsonima crassifolia is a species of flowering plant in the acerola family, Malpighiaceae, that is native to tropical America. It is valued for its small, sweet, yellow fruit, which are strongly scented.

Nances
Nances is a commune in the Savoie department in the Rhône-Alpes region in south-eastern France.

Nanchang (disambiguation)
Nanchang is the capital of Jiangxi Province, ChinaNanchang may also refer to:*Nanchang County, in Nanchang City, Jiangxi, China*Nanchang dialect, dialect in Nanchang, Jiangxi, China*Nanchang District, in Wuxi, Jiangsu, China

Nancy
Nancy is a city in the north-eastern French department of Meurthe-et-Moselle, and formerly the capital of the Duchy of Lorraine, and then the French province of the same name.The city is the head of the department

Nancy (given name)
-Origins:The name Nancy derives from the Hebrew name Anna, which means "grace". It was originally used as a nickname, but began to be used as a proper name from the 18th century onwards.-People:

Nancy (ship)
The Nancy was a sloop wrecked on 18 April 1805 near Jervis Bay, Australia.The Nancy was a sloop of some 20 tons constructed on the Hawkesbury River, New South Wales by Kable & Co. It arrived in Sydney on its maiden voyage on 17 October 1803. On 18 April 1805, the Nancy commanded by Captain Demaria was just off Jervis Bay when a violent squall hit the area

Nancy (With the Laughing Face)
"Nancy " is a song composed in 1942 by Jimmy Van Heusen, with lyrics by Phil Silvers. It is commonly believed that the song was written for the birthday of Nancy Sinatra

Nancy Boy
"Nancy Boy" is a song by British alternative rock band Placebo, released as the third single from their self-titled debut album. It was released on January 20, 1997 and became their breakthrough single, reaching #4 in the UK charts and making them known to mainstream audiences. As with their first single "Come Home", the single/radio edit "Nancy Boy" is a song by British alternative rock band Placebo, released as the third single from their self-titled debut album. It was released on January 20, 1997 and became their breakthrough single, reaching #4 in the UK charts and making them known to mainstream audiences. As with their first single "Come Home", the single/radio edit "Nancy Boy" is a song by British alternative rock band Placebo, released as the third single from their self-titled debut album. It was released on January 20, 1997 and became their breakthrough single, reaching #4 in the UK charts and making them known to mainstream audiences. As with their first single "Come Home", the single/radio edit (a.k.a

Nando (Mozambican footballer)
Fernando Paulo "Nando" Matola was a Mozambican football player who last played for Black Leopards in South Africa. He was a defender.-Death:

Nando (name)
Nando is a name for males - often in Switzerland and Italy.Other forms are Ferdinand and Nándor and Nanna/Nanda/Nande .- People named Nando :

Nankeen
Nankeen, also called Nankeen cloth, is a kind of pale yellowish cloth, originally made at Nanjing from a yellow variety of cotton, but subsequently manufactured from ordinary cotton which is then dyed

Nanmu
Nanmu is a type of wood that was frequently used for boat building, architectural woodworking and wood art in China. Ming Dynasty era writings indicate this wood as superior durable softwood

Nanna
-Mythology:* Nanna or Sin , god of the moon in Sumerian mythology, also called Suen* Nanna , goddess and wife of the god Baldr in Norse mythology-People:* Nanna , a Scandinavian female name

Nanny (TV series)
Nanny is a BBC television series that ran between 1981 and 1983. In this historical drama, Wendy Craig stars as nanny Barbara Gray, caring for children in 1930s England. When Barbara Gray leaves the divorce court she has no money, no job just an iron will and a love for children. The third series is set in London in World War II.

Nano (footballer)
Mohamed Mahmoud , aka Nano, is an Egyptian footballer who currently plays for Wadi Degla Sporting Club. Left-footed, he plays as a central defender or defensive midfielder.-External links:*

Nanometre
A nanometre is a unit of length in the metric system, equal to one billionth of a metre. The name combines the SI prefix nano- with the parent unit name metre .The nanometre is often used to express dimensions on the atomic scale: the diameter

Nanotechnology
Nanotechnology is the study of manipulating matter on an atomic and molecular scale. Generally, nanotechnology deals with developing materials, devices, or other structures possessing at least one dimension sized from 1 to 100 nanometres

Nanotoxicology
Nanotoxicology is the study of the toxicity of nanomaterials. Because of quantum size effects and large surface area to volume ratio, nanomaterials have unique properties compared with their larger counterparts.

Nanotube
A nanotube is a nanometer-scale tube-like structure. It may refer to:* Carbon nanotube* Inorganic nanotube* DNA nanotube* Membrane nanotube - a tubular membrane connection between cells

NANS
Sialic acid synthase is an enzyme that in humans is encoded by the NANS gene.-Further reading:

Nans
Nans is the name or part of the name of several communes in France:* Nans, Doubs* Les Nans, Jura* Nans-les-Pins, Var* Nans-sous-Sainte-Anne, Doubs"Nans" and the four-letter acronym NANS can also refer to:* N-acetylneuraminic acid synthase

Nantenna
A nantenna is a nanoscopic rectifying antenna. Nantennas may prove useful for converting solar radiation to electricity, an idea first proposed by Robert L. Bailey in 1972.

Nao (robot)
Nao is an autonomous, programmable, medium-sized humanoid robot, developed by Aldebaran Robotics, a French startup company headquartered in Paris. Project Nao was launched in 2004. On August 15, 2007, Nao replaced Sony's robot dog Aibo as the robot used in the Robot Soccer World Cup Standard Platform League , an international robotics competition

Naos (shrine)
A naos was the sanctuary, the innermost chamber, of a Greek temple, in Latin referred to as cella.The Apostle Paul in the New Testament uses this word in 1 Corinthians 3:16 and 2 Corinthians 6:16 to denote that the bodies of the Christians are the Most Holy Places of the Living God as He indwells them

Nap
A nap is a short period of sleep.Nap may also refer to:-Politics:* National Action Party , a political movement* National Action Plan on the Elimination of Child Labour

Nap
A nap is a short period of sleep, usually during daytime. Naps may be taken when one becomes drowsy during the day or as a traditional daily practice

NAPA (gene)
N-ethylmaleimide-sensitive factor attachment protein, alpha, also known as NAPA or alpha-SNAP, is a human gene.It is abnormally expressed in fetuses of both IVF and ICSI, which may contribute to the increase risk of birth defects in these ART.

The Wretched of the Earth
The Wretched of the Earth is Frantz Fanon's most famous work, written during and regarding the Algerian struggle for independence from colonial rule

The Wright Stuff
The Wright Stuff is a British television chat show, hosted by Matthew Wright, and currently airing on Channel 5 each weekday morning from 9:15 to 11:10am.

The Year of the Hangman
The Year of the Hangman is a young adult alternate history novel written by Gary Blackwood and published in 2002. It was a School Library Journal Best Book of the Year in 2002.-Characters:

The Yearling
The Yearling is a 1946 Technicolor family film drama made by MGM. It was directed by Clarence Brown and produced by Sidney Franklin. The screenplay was by Paul Osborn and John Lee Mahin , adapted from the novel of the same name by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings

The Yellow Wallpaper
"The Yellow Wallpaper" is a short story by the American writer Charlotte Perkins Gilman, first published in January 1892 in The New England Magazine. It is regarded as an important early work of American feminist literature, illustrating attitudes in the nineteenth century toward women's physical and mental health

The Yogurt Connection
The Yogurt Connection was a drug smuggling ring which operated out of Indianapolis, Indiana, United States in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Prosecutors estimated that the gang ran an estimated 250,000 pounds of Colombian, Jamaican and Thai marijuana. Distribution reached into eleven Midwestern U.S

The Young and the Restless
The Young and the Restless is an American television soap opera created by William J. Bell and Lee Phillip Bell for CBS. The show is set in a fictional Wisconsin town called Genoa City, which is unlike and unrelated to the real life village of the same name, Genoa City, Wisconsin

The Young Riders
The Young Riders is an American Western television series created by Ed Spielman that presents a fictionalized account of a group of young Pony Express riders based at the Sweetwater Station in the Nebraska Territory during the years leading up to the American Civil War

Theaetetus (mathematician)
Theaetetus, Theaitētos, of Athens, possibly son of Euphronius, of the Athenian deme Sunium, was a classical Greek mathematician

Theater (warfare)
In warfare, a theater, is defined as an area or place within which important military events occur or are progressing. The entirety of the air, land, and sea area that is or that may potentially become involved in war operations.

Theatre
Theatre is a collaborative form of fine art that uses live performers to present the experience of a real or imagined event before a live audience in a specific place. The performers may communicate this experience to the audience through combinations of gesture, speech, song, music or dance

Theatre of Ancient Greece
The theatre of Ancient Greece, or ancient Greek drama, is a theatrical culture that flourished in ancient Greece between c. 550 and c. 220 BC. The city-state of Athens, which became a significant cultural, political and military power during this period, was its centre, where it was institutionalized as part of a festival called the Dionysia, which honored the god Dionysus

Theatre of Pompey
The Theatre of Pompey was a structure in Ancient Rome built during the later part of the Roman Republican era. It was completed in seven years, starting from 55 BC, and was dedicated early in 52 BC before the structure was fully completed

Theatre Royal, Drury Lane
The Theatre Royal, Drury Lane is a West End theatre in Covent Garden, in the City of Westminster, a borough of London. The building faces Catherine Street and backs onto Drury Lane. The building standing today is the most recent in a line of four theatres at the same location dating back to 1663, making it the oldest London theatre

Thebaine
Thebaine , its name coming from the Greek Θῆβαι, Thēbai, an ancient city in Upper Egypt, is an opiate alkaloid. A minor constituent of opium, thebaine is chemically similar to both morphine and codeine, but has stimulatory rather than depressant effects, causing convulsions similar to strychnine poisoning at higher doses

Thebes, Greece
Thebes is a city in Greece, situated to the north of the Cithaeron range, which divides Boeotia from Attica, and on the southern edge of the Boeotian plain. It played an important role in Greek myth, as the site of the stories of Cadmus, Oedipus, Dionysus and others

Theda Skocpol
Theda Skocpol is an American sociologist and political scientist at Harvard University. She served from 2005 to 2007 as Dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. She is influential in sociology as an advocate of the historical-institutional and comparative approaches, and well-known in political science for her "state autonomy theory"

Theft
In common usage, theft is the illegal taking of another person's property without that person's permission or consent. The word is also used as an informal shorthand term for some crimes against property, such as burglary, embezzlement, larceny, looting, robbery, shoplifting and fraud

Their Eyes Were Watching God
Their Eyes Were Watching God is a 1937 novel and the best-known work by African American writer Zora Neale Hurston. Set in central and southern Florida in the early 20th century, the novel garnered attention and controversy at the time of its publication, and has come to be regarded as a seminal work in both African American literature and women's literature

Theism
Theism, in the broadest sense, is the belief that at least one deity exists.In a more specific sense, theism refers to a doctrine concerning the nature of a monotheistic God and God's relationship to the universe.

Thelma and Louise
Thelma & Louise is a 1991 film co-produced and directed by Ridley Scott and written by Callie Khouri, the film's plot revolves around Thelma and Louise's escape from their troubled and caged lives. It stars Geena Davis as Thelma and Susan Sarandon as Louise, and co-stars Harvey Keitel as a sympathetic detective trying to trace them as they go on the run after killing a rapist

Thelma Ritter
Thelma Ritter was an American supporting and character actress from the 1940s until her death in 1969.-Early life:

Thematic Apperception Test
The Thematic Apperception Test, or TAT, is a projective psychological test. Historically, it has been among the most widely researched, taught, and used of such tests

Thematic map
A thematic map is a type of map or chart especially designed to show a particular theme connected with a specific geographic area. These maps "can portray physical, social, political, cultural, economic, sociological, agricultural, or any other aspects of a city, state, region,nation , or continent".- Overview :A thematic map is a map that focuses on a specific theme or subject area,

Theme from Shaft
"Theme from Shaft", written and recorded by Isaac Hayes in 1971, is the soul and funk-styled theme song to the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer film, Shaft

Theni District
Theni District is a district of Tamil Nadu state in South India. The city of Theni is the district headquarters. The district is divided into two natural divisions: The hilly areas constituted by parts of the three taluks Periyakulam, Uthamapalayam and Andipatti with thick vegetation and perennial streams from the hills on the western side and Cumbum valley which

Theobroma
Theobroma is a genus of flowering plants in the mallow family, Malvaceae, that is sometimes classified as a member of Sterculiaceae. It contains roughly 20 species of small understory trees native to the tropical forests of Central and South America

Theocracy
Theocracy is a form of organization in which the official policy is to be governed by immediate divine guidance or by officials who are regarded as divinely guided, or simply pursuant to the doctrine of a particular religious sect or religion.

Theodolite
A theodolite is a precision instrument for measuring angles in the horizontal and vertical planes. Theodolites are mainly used for surveying applications, and have been adapted for specialized purposes in fields like metrology and rocket launch technology

Theodor Herzl
Theodor Herzl , born Benjamin Ze’ev Herzl was an Ashkenazi Jew Austro-Hungarian journalist and the father of modern political Zionism and in effect the State of Israel.-Early life:

Theodor Ludwig Wilhelm von Bischoff
Theodor Ludwig Wilhelm von Bischoff was a German physician and biologist who lectured on pathological anatomy at Heidelberg and held professorships in anatomy and physiology at Giessen and Munich where he was appointed to the chair of anatomy and physiology in 1854

Theodor Schwann
Theodor Schwann was a German physiologist. His many contributions to biology include the development of cell theory, the discovery of Schwann cells in the peripheral nervous system, the discovery and study of pepsin, the discovery of the organic nature of yeast, and the invention of the term metabolism.-Theory:His generalization became

Theodora and Didymus
Saints Theodora and Didymus are Christian saints whose legend is based on a 4th century acta and the word of Saint Ambrose. This story is probably at least partially fictitious

Theodore A. Parker III
Theodore A. "Ted" Parker III was an American ornithologist who specialized in the Neotropics. He "was widely considered the finest field birder / ornithologist that the world had ever seen." .-Biography:

Theodore Dreiser
Theodore Herman Albert Dreiser was an American novelist and journalist of the naturalist school. His novels often featured main characters who succeeded at their objectives despite a lack of a firm moral code, and literary situations that more closely resemble studies of nature than tales of choice and agency.Some of Dreiser's best known novels

Theodore Dwight Weld
Theodore Dwight Weld , was one of the leading architects of the American abolitionist movement during its formative years, from 1830 through 1844.Weld played a role as writer, editor, speaker, and organizer

Theodore G. Bilbo
Theodore Gilmore Bilbo was an American politician. Bilbo, a Democrat, twice served as governor of Mississippi and later was elected a U.S. Senator . A master of filibuster and scathing rhetoric, a rough-and-tumble fighter in debate, he made his name a synonym for white supremacy

Theodore Kaczynski
Theodore John "Ted" Kaczynski , also known as the "Unabomber" , is an American mathematician, social critic, anarcho-primitivist, and Neo-Luddite who engaged in a mail bombing campaign that spanned nearly 20 years, killing three people and injuring 23 others.Kaczynski was born in Chicago, Illinois, where, as an

Theodore M. Davis
Theodore M. Davis was an American lawyer and is best known for his excavations in Egypt's Valley of the Kings between 1902 and 1914.-Biography:

Theodore Roosevelt
Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt was the 26th President of the United States . He is noted for his exuberant personality, range of interests and achievements, and his leadership of the Progressive Movement, as well as his "cowboy" persona and robust masculinity

Theodore Roosevelt Bridge
The Theodore Roosevelt Bridge is located in Washington, D.C. It carries Interstate 66 and U.S. Highway 50 over the Potomac River near the Kennedy Center, connecting the Rosslyn area of Arlington, Virginia, with Washington

Theodore Roosevelt High School (Des Moines)
Theodore Roosevelt High School, usually referred to simply as Roosevelt High School or TRHS, is a secondary school located on the west side of Des Moines, Iowa

Theodore Roosevelt, Jr.
Theodore D. Roosevelt, Jr. , was an American political and business leader, a Medal of Honor recipient who fought in both of the 20th century's world wars. He was the eldest son of President Theodore Roosevelt from his second wife Edith Roosevelt

Theodore Taylor (author)
Theodore Taylor was an American author of more than 50 fiction and non-fiction books for young adult readers, including The Cay, The Weirdo , Ice Drift, Timothy of the Cay, The Bomb, Sniper, and Rogue

Theodosius of Bithynia
Theodosius of Bithynia was a Greek astronomer and mathematician who wrote the Sphaerics, a book on the geometry of the sphere. Born in Tripolis, in Bithynia, Theodosius is cited by Vitruvius as having invented a sundial suitable for any place on Earth

Theology
Theology is the systematic and rational study of religion and its influences and of the nature of religious truths, or the learned profession acquired by completing specialized training in religious studies, usually at a university or school of divinity or seminary.-Definition:Augustine of Hippo defined the Latin equivalent, theologia, as "reasoning or discussion concerning

Theophilus (Biblical)
Theophilus is the name or honorary title of the person to whom the Gospel of Luke and the Acts of the Apostles are addressed

Theophrastus
Theophrastus , a Greek native of Eresos in Lesbos, was the successor to Aristotle in the Peripatetic school. He came to Athens at a young age, and initially studied in Plato's school. After Plato's death he attached himself to Aristotle. Aristotle bequeathed to Theophrastus his writings, and designated him as his successor at the Lyceum

Theorbo
A theorbo is a plucked string instrument. As a name, theorbo signifies a number of long-necked lutes with second pegboxes, such as the liuto attiorbato, the French théorbe des pièces, the English theorbo, the archlute, the German baroque lute, the angélique or angelica. The etymology of the name tiorba has not yet been explained sufficiently

Theoretical computer science
Theoretical computer science is a division or subset of general computer science and mathematics which focuses on more abstract or mathematical aspects of computing.

Theoretical physics
Theoretical physics is a branch of physics which employs mathematical models and abstractions of physics to rationalize, explain and predict natural phenomena

Theories of New Imperialism
The term imperialism was used from the third quarter of the nineteenth century to describe various forms of political control by a greater power over less powerful territories or nationalities, although analytically the phenomena which it denotes may differ greatly from each other and from the "New" imperialism.A later usage developed in the early 20th century among Marxists, who saw

Theory of a Deadman
Theory of a Deadman is a Canadian rock band from Delta, British Columbia, formed in 2001. The band is currently signed to Roadrunner Records as well as Island Records. The band also includes traits of other music styles, such as country and acoustic, as well as their post-grunge and alternative rock base

Theory of constraints
The theory of constraints adopts the common idiom "A chain is no stronger than its weakest link" as a new management paradigm. This means that processes, organizations, etc., are vulnerable because the weakest person or part can always damage or break them or at least adversely affect the outcome.The analytic approach with TOC comes from the contention that any manageable system

Theory of equations
In mathematics, the theory of equations comprises a major part of traditional algebra. Topics include polynomials, algebraic equations, separation of roots including Sturm's theorem, approximation of roots, and the application of matrices and determinants to the solving of equations.From the point of view of abstract algebra, the material is divided between symmetric function theory,

Theory of everything
A theory of everything is a putative theory of theoretical physics that fully explains and links together all known physical phenomena, and predicts the outcome of any experiment that could be carried out in principle.

Theory of Games and Economic Behavior
Theory of Games and Economic Behavior, published in 1944 by Princeton University Press, is a book by mathematician John von Neumann and economist Oskar Morgenstern which is considered the groundbreaking text that created the interdisciplinary research field of game theory

Theory of the firm
The theory of the firm consists of a number of economic theories that describe the nature of the firm, company, or corporation, including its existence, behavior, structure, and relationship to the market.-Overview:

Theosophical Society
The Theosophical Society is an organization formed in 1875 to advance the spiritual principles and search for Truth known as Theosophy. The original organization, after splits and realignments has several successors

Theosophy
Theosophy, in its modern presentation, is a spiritual philosophy developed since the late 19th century. Its major themes were originally described mainly by Helena Blavatsky , co-founder of the Theosophical Society

Thera eruption
The Minoan eruption of Thera, also referred to as the Thera eruption or Santorini eruption, was a major catastrophic volcanic eruption with a Volcanic Explosivity Index of 6 or 7 and a Dense-rock equivalent of , which is estimated to have occurred in the mid second millennium BCE. The eruption was one of the largest volcanic events on Earth in recorded history

Therapeutae
The Therapeutae were a Jewish sect in which flourished in Alexandria and other parts of the Diaspora of Hellenistic Judaism in the final years of the Second Temple period. The primary source is the account De vita contemplativa by the Jewish philosopher Philo of Alexandria who appears to have been personally acquainted with them

Therapeutic community
Therapeutic community is a term applied to a participative, group-based approach to long-term mental illness, personality disorders and drug addiction

Therapy
This is a list of types of therapy .* Adventure therapy* Animal-assisted therapy* Aquatic therapy* Aromatherapy* Art and dementia* Art therapy* Authentic Movement* Behavioral therapy* Bibliotherapy* Buteyko Method* Chemotherapy

Theravada
Theravada ; literally, "the Teaching of the Elders" or "the Ancient Teaching", is the oldest surviving Buddhist school. It was founded in India

There She Goes
"There She Goes" is a song written by British singer/guitarist Lee Mavers and recorded first by Mavers' band, The La's.In May 2007, the NME magazine placed the song at number 45 in its list of the 50 Greatest Indie Anthems Ever.-Lyrics and meaning:

Thérèse Casgrain
Marie Thérèse Forget Casgrain, was a feminist, reformer, politician and senator in Quebec, Canada.Thérèse Casgrain was raised in a wealthy family, the daughter of Lady Blanche MacDonald and Sir Rodolphe Forget

Theresienstadt concentration camp
Theresienstadt concentration camp was a Nazi German ghetto during World War II. It was established by the Gestapo in the fortress and garrison city of Terezín , located in what is now the Czech Republic.-History:The fortress of Terezín was constructed between the years 1780 and 1790 by the orders of the

Therfield Heath
Therfield Heath is a public open space and nature reserve on the chalk escarpment just north of Therfield, Hertfordshire; since it lies south-west of the town of Royston it is also known locally as Royston Heath. It has a testing racetrack for horses on its slopes and is a popular spot with dog walkers and birdwatchers

Therianthropy
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