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Asylum (Legendary Pink Dots album)
-Personnel:*The Prophet Qa'Spel – voice, keyboards*The Silverman – keyboards*Stret Majest – guitar*Patrick Q Paganini – violin, keyboards, vocals

Asylum (song)
"Asylum" is a single by The Orb from their 1997 album Orblivion. The single was released in two discs and featured remixes from artists including Thomas Fehlmann and Andrew Weatherall.

Asymmetric
Something which is asymmetric displays asymmetry. Specific uses of the term may include:*Asymmetric relation for information on such relations in mathematics and set theory*Asymmetric warfare for information and theories of modern war

Asymmetry
Asymmetry is the absence of, or a violation of, symmetry.-In organisms:Due to how cells divide in organisms, asymmetry in organisms is fairly usual in at least one dimension, with biological symmetry also being common in at least one dimension.

Asystole
In medicine, asystole is a state of no cardiac electrical activity, hence no contractions of the myocardium and no cardiac output or blood flow

AT
The word at is an English word, which may act as a preposition AT may also refer to:- Places :* Austria's ISO, 2-letter country code** .at, the Internet country code top-level domain for Austria

At (Windows)
at is a command which schedules other commands to be run at a certain time. It may run a command once, or repeatedly based upon the day of the week, or the date. It is available on all Windows NT-based operating systems.

At All
At All is the tenth album by the actor Viggo Mortensen, released in 2008. The album was recorded before his last album Time Waits for Everyone of 2007 and released on the label TDRS Music along with his last album.

At Home
At Home, an album by Cherish the Ladies, was released in 1999 on the RCA label.-Track listing:# "The Limerick Lassies Set: Limerick Lassies/The Bird Feeder/The Bank of Ireland/Grampa's Ceili Band" – 4:58# "Matt Hyland" – 5:35

At Home
At Home may refer to:* @home, internet company* At Home * At Home * At Home , an album by Avishai Cohen* At Home , an album by Eddie Hazel

At Home (Shocking Blue album)
At Home is an album by Shocking Blue, released in 1969. The album is best known for its hit single, "Venus".The song "Acka Raga" was later used as the theme song for the BBC1 quiz show Ask the Family.-LP version:Side 1

At Large
In reviewing At Large for Allmusic, music critic Bruce Eder wrote the album "shows in the far more complex sound achieved by the trio throughout this album, with voices and instruments more closely interwoven than on their earlier studio recordings and achieving control over their volume that, even today, seems astonishing." He specifically praised Guard's banjo playing, writing it "shines

At large
The phrase at large may refer to:* "At Large", a 1959 album by The Kingston Trio* At Large, a classification for a fugitive on the run who is within a very large radius; opposite of "At Small" or "At Close"

At Last
"At Last" is a 1941 song written by Mack Gordon and Harry Warren for the musical film Orchestra Wives, starring George Montgomery and Ann Rutherford. It was performed in the film and on record by Glenn Miller and his orchestra, with vocals by Ray Eberle and Pat Friday

At Last (band)
At Last was a hip hop a cappella group from Los Angeles, California. They first gained national recognition as finalists on the first season of America's Got Talent, having won their spot through viewer votes. The members of the group are Hans Cho, Michael H. Lee, Justin Fong and DJ Say

AT&T
AT&T Inc. is an American multinational telecommunications corporation headquartered in Whitacre Tower, Dallas, Texas, United States. It is the largest provider of mobile telephony and fixed telephony in the United States, and is also a provider of broadband and subscription television services

AT&T (disambiguation)
AT&T Inc. is a USA telecommunications firm that ironically purchased former parent AT&T Corp. in 2005. It was originally founded as Southwestern Bell/ SBC Corporation in 1983 as a result of the Bell System divestiture.AT&T may also refer to:

Atalanta (Pantheon)
Atalanta is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe.Atalanta is a member of the super hero family the Pantheon. Atalanta is an excellent archer and uses arrows and a bow made out of pure energy.-Fictional character biography:

Atalante
Atalante or similar terms can refer to:* Atalanta, a character of ancient Greek mythology* 36 Atalante, an asteroid* L'Atalante, a 1934 French film* L'Atalante basin, a deep hypersaline anoxic basin in the Mediterranean sea.

Atar
Atar is the Zoroastrian concept of holy fire, sometimes described in abstract terms as "burning and unburning fire" or "visible and invisible fire" .

Atavism
Atavism is the tendency to revert to ancestral type. In biology, an atavism is an evolutionary throwback, such as traits reappearing which had disappeared generations before. Atavisms can occur in several ways

Atavism (Slough Feg album)
Atavism is the fifth studio album released by the American heavy metal band Slough Feg . A vinyl edition was also produced by Forest Moon Special Products in a limited print of 500.- Track listing :

Ataxia
Ataxia is a neurological sign and symptom that consists of gross lack of coordination of muscle movements. Ataxia is a non-specific clinical manifestation implying dysfunction of the parts of the nervous system that coordinate movement, such as the cerebellum

Ataxia (genus)
Ataxia Haldeman, 1847 is an American genus of longhorn beetles of the subfamily Lamiinae, tribe Pteropliini.-Distribution:Ataxia is primarily widespread in South America, but several endemic species are present in Central America and in the Antilles

Ate
Atë or Aite a Greek word for "ruin, folly, delusion", is the action performed by the hero, usually because of hubris, that leads to his or her death or downfall. There is also a goddess by that name in Greek mythology, a personification of the same.In Homer's Iliad she is called eldest daughter of Zeus with no mother mentioned

Atelier
Atelier is the French word for "workshop", and in English is used principally for the workshop of an artist in the fine or decorative arts.Atelier may also refer to:* The Atelier Method of art instruction

Atelier (series)
The Atelier series is a series of role-playing video games developed by the Gust Corporation since 1997, primarily for the PlayStation consoles , though portable versions for the Game Boy Color, Game Boy Advance, Nintendo DS, and PlayStation Portable have also been made. Two of the games in the series were ported to the Sega Saturn and Dreamcast

Atem (disambiguation)
Atem may refer to:* ATEM, an Australasian professional body for tertiary education administrators and managers* Atem , a 1973 album by Tangerine Dream* Valentine Atem, a Cameroonian football player

ATF
- Places :* ISO 3166-1 alpha-3 country code of French Southern and Antarctic Lands* Chachoan Airport , Ambato, Ecuador- Organizations :

ATF (video game)
ATF is a computer game released in for the ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64 and Amstrad CPC by Digital Integration.The player takes control of Lockheed's YF-22A Advanced Tactical Fighter in a fictional war between two rival factions

Athanor
In alchemy, an athanor is a furnace used to provide heat for alchemical digestion. An athanor is a self-feeding furnace, designed to maintain a uniform temperature.

Athena (Marvel Comics)
Athena is a fictional deity in the Marvel Comics Universe based on the Greek Goddess of the same name. Athena first appeared in the pages of Thor #164, written by Stan Lee and drawn by Jack Kirby.-Publication history:

Athena (Saint Seiya)
The Greek goddess is one of the main characters in the Saint Seiya series, a manga authored by Masami Kurumada, which was later adapted to anime and originated three other spin-off manga.Kurumada created her character based on the Greek goddess of the same name

Athena (song)
"Athena" is a song written by Pete Townshend and recorded by The Who. It appears as the first track on the group's tenth studio album It's Hard, released in 1982. It was released as the first single from that album, achieving moderate chart success at #28 on the US Billboard Hot 100, but received good airplay on album oriented rock and later classic rock radio formats

Athena (yacht)
Athena is a clipper-bowed 3-masted gaff rigged schooner built by Royal Huisman in 2004 for internet entrepreneur James H. Clark. Clark purchased a 47.4 meter sloop, Hyperion, from Royal Huisman in 1998

Athens (typeface)
Athens was one of the original bitmap typefaces for the Apple Macintosh computer. It was designed by Susan Kare. An official TrueType version was never made, and Athens was rendered obsolete with the arrival of System 7.

Atheroma
In pathology, an atheroma is an accumulation and swelling in artery walls that is made up of macrophage cells, or debris, that contain lipids , calcium and a variable amount of fibrous connective tissue

Atherosclerosis
Atherosclerosis is a condition in which an artery wall thickens as a result of the accumulation of fatty materials such as cholesterol

Atherton (Caltrain station)
Atherton Station is a weekend-only Caltrain station located in Atherton, California. It serves all 32 and 28 weekend Caltrains and does not serve weekday trains

Athlete
A sportsperson , or athlete is a person trained to compete in a sport involving physical strength, speed or endurance

ATHLETE (robot)
The All-Terrain Hex-Legged Extra-Terrestrial Explorer is a six-legged robotic lunar rover test-bed under development by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Athletic
Athletic may refer to:* An athlete, or sportsperson* Athletic director, a position at many American universities and schools* Athletic type, a physical/psychological type in the classification of Ernst Kretschmer

Athletic conference
An athletic conference is a collection of sports teams, playing competitively against each other at the professional, collegiate, or high school level. In many cases conferences are subdivided into smaller and smaller divisions, with the best teams competing at successively higher levels

Athletic supporter
Athletic supporter may refer to:*Jockstrap, men's undergarment designed for use in sports*Booster club, contributes money to an associated club, sports team, or organization

Athletics
Athletics may refer to:* Athletics , an umbrella sport, comprising track and field, cross country, road running and racewalking** Track and field* Athletics , a term for athletic sports and culture based on human, physical competition

ATL (disambiguation)
- Geography :* Atlanta, United States** Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport * Attleborough railway station, its National Rail code- Media :* ATL , a 2006 film set in the city of Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Atlanta (genus)
Atlanta is a genus of pelagic marine gastropod molluscs in the family Atlantidae. They are sometimes called heteropods.-Distribution:All of the nineteen species but one, Atlanta californiensis, dwell in tropical and subtropical waters

Atlantean
As an adjective, Atlantean means "of or pertaining to Atlas or Atlantis".Atlantean can also refer to:* Atlantean , a trilogy of TV films discussing the origins of the European coastal peoples

Atlantic (1921 automobile)
The Atlantic was made by Atlantic AG für Automobilbau, Berlin, from 1921 to 1923. It was a single-track car with two auxiliary side wheels and a two-seat tandem body. An air-cooled 2-cylinder 1.8/6.5PS engine was used.

Atlantic (1929 film)
Atlantic is a British black-and-white film, directed and produced by Ewald André Dupont and starring Franklin Dyall and Madeleine Carroll. Three versions were made, one in the United Kingdom, one in Germany, and one in France

Atlantic (song)
"Atlantic" is a song performed and composed by English alternative rock band Keane and is featured on their second studio album, Under the Iron Sea as the opening track. The cover of the album is also the illustration representing the song in the inner pages of the book-shaped CD+DVD edition

Atlantic (Staten Island Railway station)
Atlantic is a Staten Island Railway station in the neighborhood of Tottenville, Staten Island, New York. Located roughly at Fisher Avenue and Arthur Kill Road on the main line, it is at grade level with side platforms that can hold only one car. Unlike most short platforms where the first car goes to the train platform, at Atlantic, the last car only goes to the platform

Atlantic (supermarkets)
Atlantic was a large supermarket chain in Greece. Atlantic supermarkets were founded in 1980 by Panayiotis Apostolou. Up to 1985 the company was a small chain with just 5 stores. After 1985 the company expanded rapidly through both organic growth and a number of acquisitions and takeovers

Atlantic (yacht)
The Atlantic was built in 1903 by Townsend and Downey shipyard, and designed by William Gardner, for Wilson Marshall. The three-masted schooner was skippered by Charlie Barr and it held the record for fastest transatlantic passage by a monohull in the 1905 Kaiser's Cup race

Atlantic Ocean (Band)
Atlantic Ocean is the Dutch trance/electronic duo, comprising Lex van Coeverden and Rene van der Weyde.The duo is most remembered for its hit single, "Waterfall". They entered the UK Singles Chart four times in the 1990s, the entries being "Waterfall", "Body in Motion", "Music is a Passion" and a remix of "Waterfall"

Atlantida (ancient city)
Atlantida is the traditional name of an ancient city in the Amazon River valley believed to have been founded by Phoenician explorers more than 4,000 years ago. The finds were made by Dr. Luis Bueno Horta Barbosa who was travelling with General Candido Rondon in late 1929. They discovered inscriptions carved on rocks rendered in hieroglyphics

Atlantik
Atlantik may refer to:*Atlantik , a soca-music band based in Trinidad and Tobago*Hamburg Atlantic Line , a shipping company later known as Deutsche Atlantik Linie

Atlantik (band)
Atlantik styled with a "k" instead of "c" is a music band based in the country of Trinidad and Tobago. The band which has a music style influenced from ballads, chutney, folk, pop, R&B, reggae, soca, and world beat genres, is one of the more prominent bands in the country of Trinidad and Tobago

Atlantis (comics)
Atlantis, in comics, may refer to:* Atlantis is a setting in books published by DC Comics* Atlantis is a setting in books published by Marvel Comics* Atlantis

Atlantis (CrossGen Comics)
In CrossGen Comics Atlantis is set as the primary point of origin for the narrative events that unfold in the Sigilverse. Many of the popular ideas and beliefs that are associated with Atlantis are used in this iteration such as being an advanced culture and sinking beneath the sea. In the Sigilverse Atlantis was a great civilization that existed roughly 100, 000 years ago

Atlantis (DC Comics)
Atlantis is a fictional location in the DC Comics Universe. The very first DC Universe version of Atlantis debuted in Action Comics #18 , and was created by

Atlantis (Earth and Fire album)
Atlantis is a 1973 concept album by Earth and Fire, a symphonic rock band from The Hague, Netherlands. The first half of the album comprises a suite based on the story of the greedy and corrupt island of Atlantis, which is ultimately destroyed by the four elements: earthquakes represent Earth, volcanoes represent Fire, volcanic gases represent

Atlantis (Marvel Comics)
Atlantis is a fictional location in the Marvel Universe. It is based on the mythical island of Atlantis first mentioned in Plato's initial dialogue the Timaeus, written circa 360 BC. In the Marvel Universe, Atlantis was a small continent with many human settlements

BBC Radio Solent
BBC Radio Solent is the BBC Local Radio service for the Isle of Wight and the English counties of Hampshire and Dorset. Its studios are located in Southampton, in the same purpose-built office block in Havelock Road as the BBC South Today news studios, and there are district offices in Portsmouth, Newport, Poole, and Dorchester

BBC Regional Programme
The BBC Regional Programme was a UK radio network which operated from the end of the 1920s until the outbreak of World War II in 1939.-Foundation:

BBC Sport
BBC Sport is the sports division of the BBC. It became a fully dedicated division of the BBC in 2000. It incorporates programmes such as Match of the Day, Grandstand , Test Match Special, Ski Sunday, Rugby Special and coverage of Formula One motor racing, MotoGP and the Wimbledon Tennis Championships.To improve its coverage of sports

BBC World Service
The BBC World Service is the world's largest international broadcaster, broadcasting in 27 languages to many parts of the world via analogue and digital shortwave, internet streaming and podcasting, satellite, FM and MW relays

BBC Worldwide
BBC Worldwide Limited is the wholly owned commercial subsidiary of the British Broadcasting Corporation, formed out of a restructuring of its predecessor BBC Enterprises in 1995. In the year to 31 March 2010 it made a profit of £145m on a turnover of £1.074bn. The company had made a profit of £106m on a turnover of £1,004m in the previous financial year

BC Ferries
British Columbia Ferry Services Inc. or BC Ferries is a de facto Crown Corporation that provides all major passenger and vehicle ferry services for coastal and island communities in the Canadian province of British Columbia

BC Hydro
The BC Hydro and Power Authority is a Canadian electric utility in the province of British Columbia generally known simply as BC Hydro. It is the main electric distributor, serving 1.8 million customers in most areas, with the exception of the Kootenay region, where FortisBC, a subsidiary of Fortis Inc

BCDMH
1-Bromo-3-chloro-5,5-dimethylhydantoin is a chemical structurally related to hydantoin. It is a white crystalline compound with a slight bromine and acetone odor and is insoluble in water, but soluble in acetone.

BCET Gurdaspur
B.C.E.T. Gurdaspur is a coeducational engineering college located in Gurdaspur, Punjab, India. BCET imparts education in various engineering disciplines. BCET has seven academic and two administrative departments

BCH code
In coding theory the BCH codes form a class of parameterised error-correcting codes which have been the subject of much academic attention in the last fifty years. BCH codes were invented in 1959 by Hocquenghem, and independently in 1960 by Bose and Ray-Chaudhuri

Beach cricket
Backyard cricket, street cricket, beach cricket, gully cricket, corridor cricket, deef or garden cricket is an informal ad hoc variant of the game of cricket, played by people of both sexes and all ages in gardens, back yards, on the street, in parks, carparks, beaches or any deef arena not specifically intended

Beach nourishment
Beach nourishment— also referred to as beach replenishment—describes a process by which sediment lost through longshore drift or erosion is replaced from sources outside of the eroding beach

Beached whale
A beached whale is a whale that has stranded itself on land, usually on a beach. Beached whales often die due to dehydration, the body collapsing under its own weight, or drowning when high tide covers the blowhole.-Species:

Bead
A bead is a small, decorative object that is usually pierced for threading or stringing. Beads range in size from under to over in diameter. A pair of beads made from Nassarius sea snail shells, approximately 100,000 years old, are thought to be the earliest known examples of jewellery. Beadwork is the art or craft of making things with beads

Beagle
The Beagle is a breed of small to medium-sized dog. A member of the Hound Group, it is similar in appearance to the Foxhound, but smaller, with shorter legs and longer, softer ears. Beagles are scent hounds, developed primarily for tracking hare, rabbit, and other game

Beagle Aircraft
Beagle Aircraft Limited was a British light aircraft manufacturer of types such as the Airedale, Bassett, Husky and Pup. It had factories at Rearsby in Leicestershire and Shoreham in Sussex

Beale Street
Beale Street is a street in Downtown Memphis, Tennessee, which runs from the Mississippi River to East Street, a distance of approximately . It is a significant location in the city's history, as well as in the history of the blues. Today, the blues clubs and restaurants that line Beale Street are major tourist attractions in Memphis

Beam (structure)
A beam is a horizontal structural element that is capable of withstanding load primarily by resisting bending. The bending force induced into the material of the beam as a result of the external loads, own weight, span and external reactions to these loads is called a bending moment.- Overview :Beams generally carry vertical gravitational forces but can also be used to carry

Beam bridge
Beam bridges are the most simple of structural forms being supported by an abutment at each end of the deck. No moments are transferred through the support hence their structural type is known as simply supported.

BEAMnrc
BEAMnrc is a Monte Carlo code system for simulating radiation therapy sources. It was developed as part of the OMEGA project, a collaboration between the National Research Council of Canada and a research group at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. It is based on the EGS code system for the coupled transport of electrons and photons

Beamsville, Ontario
The community of Beamsville is part of the town of Lincoln in the province of Ontario in Canada. It is located along the southern shore of Lake Ontario and lies within the fruit belt of the Niagara Peninsula

Bean
Bean is a common name for large plant seeds of several genera of the family Fabaceae used for human food or animal feed.

Bean (word processor)
Bean is an open source, free software word processor currently available for Mac OS X only. According to its creator James Hoover, it is not meant to replace Microsoft Word, but to be a lean word processor that was beautiful and user friendly

Bean weevil
The bean weevils or seed beetles are a subfamily of beetles, now placed in the family Chrysomelidae, though they have historically been treated as a separate family. They are granivores, and typically infest various kinds of seeds or beans, living for most of their lives inside a single seed

Beanie Baby
A Beanie Baby is a stuffed animal, made by Ty Warner Inc., which was later renamed as Ty Inc. in late 1993. Each toy has an inner "posable lining" and is stuffed with plastic pellets rather than conventional stuffing , giving Beanie Babies a flexible feel.The original nine Beanie Babies launched in 1993 were Legs the Frog, Squealer the Pig, Spot the Dog,

Bear
Bears are mammals of the family Ursidae. Bears are classified as caniforms, or doglike carnivorans, with the pinnipeds being their closest living relatives. Although there are only eight living species of bear, they are widespread, appearing in a wide variety of habitats throughout the Northern Hemisphere and partially in the Southern Hemisphere

Bearded Collie
The Bearded Collie, or Beardie, is a herding breed of dog once used primarily by Scottish shepherds, but now mostly a popular family companion.

Bearded Lady
A bearded lady or bearded woman is a woman who has a visible beard. These women have long been a phenomenon of legend, curiosity, ridicule, and more recently, political statement and fashion statement. A small number of women are able to grow enough facial hair to have a distinct beard

Bearded Seal
The bearded seal , also called the square flipper seal, is a medium-sized pinniped that is found in and near to the Arctic Ocean. It gets its generic name from two Greek words that refer to its heavy jaw

Beartooth Mountains
The Beartooth Mountains are located in south central Montana and northwest Wyoming, U.S. and are part of the 900,000 acre Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness, within Custer, Gallatin and Shoshone National Forests. The Beartooths are the location of Granite Peak, which at 12,807 feet is the highest point in the state of Montana

Beary bashe
Beary bashe is a dialect mainly spoken by the Muslim communities of Dakshina Kannada and Udupi districts of Karnataka known as Bearys and a small number of Hindus in the District of Kasargod in Kerala state.

Beas, Punjab
Beas is a small town in the Amritsar District of Punjab state of India, located between the cities of Amritsar and Jalandhar along the banks of the Beas River on National Highway 1.

Beastie Boys
Beastie Boys are an American hip hop trio from New York City. The group consists of Mike D who plays the drums, MCA who plays the bass, and Ad-Rock who plays the guitar.

Beatitudes
In Christianity, the Beatitudes are a set of teachings by Jesus that appear in the Gospels of Matthew and Luke. The term Beatitude comes from the Latin adjective beatus which means happy, fortunate, or blissful.

Beatlemania (musical)
Beatlemania was a Broadway musical revue focused on the music of The Beatles as it related to the events and changing attitudes of the tumultuous Sixties

Beatrice Portinari
Beatrice "Bice" di Folco Portinari was a Florentine woman known as the muse of the poet Dante Alighieri. Beatrice was the principal inspiration for Dante's Vita Nuova, and also appears as his guide in the Divine Comedy in the last book, Paradiso, and in the last four canti of Purgatorio

Beatrice Sparks
Beatrice Sparks is an American therapist and Mormon youth counselor who is known for producing books purporting to be the 'real diaries' of troubled teenagers. The books deal with topical issues such as drug abuse, Satanism, teenage pregnancy or AIDS, and are presented as cautionary tales

Beatrix Potter
Helen Beatrix Potter was an English author, illustrator, natural scientist and conservationist best known for her imaginative children’s books featuring animals such as those in The Tale of Peter Rabbit which celebrated the British landscape and country life.Born into a privileged Unitarian family, Potter, along with her younger brother, Walter

Beauce-Sartigan Regional County Municipality, Quebec
Beauce-Sartigan is a regional county municipality in southeastern Quebec, Canada, on the Chaudière River, in Chaudière-Appalaches. It shares its eastern border with Maine, United States. The county seat is Saint-Georges.

Beaufort Sea
The Beaufort Sea is a marginal sea of the Arctic Ocean, located north of the Northwest Territories, the Yukon, and Alaska, west of Canada's Arctic islands. The sea is named after hydrographer Sir Francis Beaufort

Beaufort, North Carolina
Beaufort is a town in Carteret County, North Carolina, United States. Established in 1709, it is the third-oldest town in North Carolina.The population was 4,189 at the 2008 census and it is the county seat of Carteret County

Beaulieu, Hampshire
Beaulieu is a small village located on the south eastern edge of the New Forest national park in Hampshire, England and home to both Palace House and the British National Motor Museum.- History :

Beaumont (automobile)
Beaumont was a make of mid-size automobiles produced by General Motors of Canada from 1966 to 1969.-History:The Beaumont car grew out of the 1964-65 Acadian Beaumont model, which was based on the contemporary Chevrolet Chevy II , then Chevelle

Beaumont children disappearance
Jane Nartare Beaumont , Arnna Kathleen Beaumont , and Grant Ellis Beaumont were three siblings collectively known as The Beaumont Children who disappeared from Glenelg Beach near Adelaide, South Australia on Australia Day 1966.Their case resulted in one of the largest police investigations in Australian criminal history and

Beaumont-Adams Revolver
The Beaumont-Adams Revolver was a muzzle-loading percussion revolver. Originally adopted by the British Army in .442 calibre in 1856, many were later converted to use centrefire cartridges. It was replaced in British service in 1880 by the .476 calibre Enfield Mk I revolver.-History:On 20 February 1856, Lieutenant Frederick E.B

Beaumont-Hamel Newfoundland Memorial
The Beaumont-Hamel Newfoundland Memorial is a memorial site in France dedicated to the commemoration of Dominion of Newfoundland forces members who were killed during World War I. The preserved battlefield park encompasses the grounds over which the Newfoundland Regiment made their unsuccessful attack on 1 July 1916 during the first day of the Battle of the Somme

Beauty
Beauty is a characteristic of a person, animal, place, object, or idea that provides a perceptual experience of pleasure, meaning, or satisfaction. Beauty is studied as part of aesthetics, sociology, social psychology, and culture

Beauty contest
A beauty pageant or beauty contest, is a competition that mainly focuses on the physical beauty of its contestants, although such contests often incorporate personality, talent, and answers to judges' questions as judged criteria

Beautyberry
Beautyberry is a genus of shrubs and small trees in the family Verbenaceae; between 40-150 species are accepted by different botanists. They are native to east and southeast Asia , Australia, southeast North America and Central America.-Growth:The temperate species are deciduous, the tropical species evergreen

Beauveria bassiana
Beauveria bassiana is a fungus that grows naturally in soils throughout the world and acts as a parasite on various arthropod species, causing white muscardine disease; it thus belongs to the entomopathogenic fungi. It is being used as a biological insecticide to control a number of pests such as termites, thrips, whiteflies, aphids and different beetles

Beaver
The beaver is a primarily nocturnal, large, semi-aquatic rodent. Castor includes two extant species, North American Beaver and Eurasian Beaver . Beavers are known for building dams, canals, and lodges . They are the second-largest rodent in the world

Beaver dam
Beaver dams are dams built by beavers as protection against predators such as coyotes, wolves, and bears, and to provide easy access to food during winter. Beavers work at night and are prolific builders, carrying mud and stones with their fore-paws and timber between their teeth

Beaver Dam Mountains Wilderness
The Beaver Dam Mountains Wilderness is a wilderness area located in northwestern Arizona and southwestern Utah, USA, within the arid Colorado Plateau region. The jagged mountains and gently sloping alluvial plain of the Beaver Dam Mountains straddle the border between the two states

Beaver Dam, Wisconsin
Beaver Dam is a city in Dodge County, Wisconsin, United States, along Beaver Dam Lake and the Beaver Dam River. The population was 16,243 at the 2010 census, making it the second largest city in Dodge County, and the largest city fully located within the county. It is the principal city of the Beaver Dam Micropolitan Statistical area

Beaver Island (Lake Michigan)
Beaver Island is the largest island in Lake Michigan and part of the Beaver Island archipelago. Once home to a unique American monarchy, the island is now a popular tourist and vacation destination.

Beaverdam Lake-Salisbury Mills, New York
Beaverdam Lake-Salisbury Mills is a census-designated place in Orange County, New York, United States. As of the 2000 census, the CDP population was 2,779

Beaverton School District
The Beaverton School District is a school district in suburban Beaverton and Portland, Oregon, United States. The Beaverton Elementary School District 48 was established in 1876, with other elementary districts later merged into the district. The elementary district was later merged with the high school district to create a unified school district

Beaverton, Michigan
Beaverton is a city in Gladwin County in the U.S. state of Michigan. The population was 1,106 at the 2000 census.The city is adjacent to Beaverton Township and incorporates some land formerly in the township.

Bebe stores
bebe stores are an American clothing retailer founded in 1976. The name was inspired by, and is pronounced as in, the phrase "to be or not to be" from the play Hamlet. Manny Mashouf, who emigrated to the United States in the early 1970s, opened the first bebe store in San Francisco during a time when three categories dominated the

BeBe Winans
Benjamin "BeBe" Winans is a gospel and R&B singer. He is a member of the noted Winans family, most members of which are also gospel artists.-The PTL Club:

Bebeji
Bebeji is a Local Government Area in Kano State, Nigeria. Its headquarters are in the town of Bebeji.It has an area of 717 km² and a population of 188,859 at the 2006 census.The postal code of the area is 711.-Geography:

Because (The Beatles song)
"Because" is a song written by John Lennon and recorded by The Beatles in 1969. It features a prominent three-part vocal harmony by Lennon, McCartney and George Harrison, overdubbed three times to make nine voices in all

Because of Winn-Dixie
Because of Winn-Dixie is a children's novel by Kate DiCamillo published in 2000 and winner of a Newbery Honor distinction the following year. It also won the 2000 Josette Frank Award, and 2003 Mark Twain Award

Becherov
Becherov is a municipality in Slovakia in the Bardejov Districtin the Prešov Region near the border with Poland.It had 284 inhabitants in 2006

Becky
is a Japanese television personality, or tarento, under the entertainment company Sun Music Productions. Beginning in late 2009, she began a music career under the name Becky♪♯, with the eighth note and sharp representing "a different half of Becky stepping up".-History:Becky was born in Kanagawa Prefecture to her English father Simon and her Japanese mother

Becoming Jane
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Bed and breakfast
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Bedding
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Bede
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