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Patient (album)
Patient is the third album by Australian indie rock band Bluebottle Kiss, released in 1999.-Track listing:# "Return to the City of Folded Arms"# "Smother It in Honey"# "Girl Genius"# "Homeless Blueless"# "Running Around the White Picket Fence"

Patient (disambiguation)
A patient is any person who receives medical attention, care, or treatment.Patient may also refer to:* Patient , in linguistics, the participant of a situation upon whom an action is carried out* Patient , a book by Ben Watt

Patin
Patin is a village in the Bané Department of Boulgou Province in south-eastern Burkina Faso. As of 2005, the village has a population of 456.

Patio
A patio is an outdoor space generally used for dining or recreation that adjoins a residence and is typically paved. It may refer to a roofless inner courtyard of the sort found in Spanish-style dwellings or a paved area between a residence and a garden.

Patio (album)
Patio is the debut album by Gorky's Zygotic Mynci, it was originally released on 10" vinyl only in June 1992 on the Ankst label. It was re-issued on CD in June 1995 with nine extra tracks. It is made up of a mixture of live, studio and home recordings.

Patio (soda)
Patio Diet Cola was a brand of diet soda introduced by Pepsi in 1963. It was created in response to Diet Rite Cola, which was the first diet cola on the market. Debbie Drake was Patio Diet Cola's spokesperson. In 1964, Patio released orange, grape, and root beer flavors

Patita (1953 film)
Patita is a 1953 Hindi movie produced and directed by Amiya Chakrabarty. The film stars Dev Anand, Usha Kiran, Agha and Lalita Pawar. The films music is by Shankar Jaikishan

Patna (Lok Sabha constituency)
-Members of Parliament:*1952: Sarangdhar Sinha, Indian National Congress*1957: Sarangdhar Sinha, Indian National Congress*1962: Ram Dulari Sinha, Indian National Congress*1967: Ramavatar Shastri, Communist Party of India

Pato (disambiguation)
Pato may refer to:*Pato, a sport played on horseback.*Pato Branco, Brazil*Pato Branco Esporte Clube, a Brazil football club*Ubaldo "Pato" Fillol, Argentine football goalkeeper*Roberto "Pato" Abbondanzieri, former Argentine football goalkeeper

Patois
Patois is any language that is considered nonstandard, although the term is not formally defined in linguistics. It can refer to pidgins, creoles, dialects, and other forms of native or local speech, but not commonly to jargon or slang, which are vocabulary-based forms of cant

Patria (1917 film)
Patria is a 1917 15-chapter serial film starring Irene Castle, Milton Sills, and Warner Oland based on the novel The Last of the Fighting Channings by Louis Joseph Vance. The film is notable for the first time that Wallace Beery portrays Pancho Villa, a role that he would repeat in Viva Villa! in 1934

Patriarch
Originally a patriarch was a man who exercised autocratic authority as a pater familias over an extended family. The system of such rule of families by senior males is called patriarchy. This is a Greek word, a compound of πατριά , "lineage, descent", esp

Patriarchate
A patriarchate is the office or jurisdiction of a patriarch. A patriarch, as the term is used here, is either* one of the highest-ranking bishops in Eastern Orthodoxy, earlier, the five that were included in the Pentarchy: Rome, Constantinople, Alexandria, Antioch, and Jerusalem, but now nine, excluding Rome and including patriarchs of Serbia, Russia, Georgia, Bulgaria and Romania; or*

Patriarchy
Patriarchy is a social system in which the role of the male as the primary authority figure is central to social organization, and where fathers hold authority over women, children, and property. It implies the institutions of male rule and privilege, and entails female subordination

Patriarchy (disambiguation)
Patriarchy is the structuring of a society under male leaders.Patriarchy may also refer to:* Patriarchy, or patriarchate, the office or jurisdiction of an Eastern Orthodox patriarch

Patrician
The term patrician originally referred to a group of elite families in ancient Rome, including both their natural and adopted members. In the late Roman Empire, the class was broadened to include high council officials, and after the fall of the Western Empire it remained a high honorary title in the Byzantine Empire

Patricide
Patricide is the act of killing one's father, or a person who kills his or her father. The word patricide derives from the Latin word pater and the Latin suffix -cida

Patrick
Patrick is a name derived from the Latin name Patricius . Owing to the importance of Saint Patrick in Irish history, it is an especially popular name in Ireland

Patrick
Patrick may refer to:* Saint Patrick** St. Patrick's Day, an Irish holiday to celebrate Saint Patrick* Patrick * Patrick * Patrick , a 1978 Australian horror film* Patrick , a parish in the Isle of Man

Patrick (surname)
People with the surname Patrick include:*Alan Patrick , Brazilian footballer*Alf Patrick , English footballer*Allen Patrick , American football running back*Allen Russell Patrick , Canadian politician

Patrick Campbell, 3rd Baron Glenavy
Patrick Gordon Campbell, 3rd Baron Glenavy , known as Patrick Campbell, was an Irish journalist, humorist and television personality.

Patrimonio
Patrimonio is a commune in the Haute-Corse department of France on the island of Corsica.-Geography:Located 12 km from Bastia and 4 km from the micro-region of Saint-Florent, this wine-growing commune is the gateway to the Cap Corse .-History:The village of Patrimonio is well known for the quality of its AOC

Patrimony
Patrimony may refer to:* Property or other legal entitlements inherited from , one's father, especially if it has been handed down through generations in the same family, birthright

Patriot
A patriot is someone who feels a strong support for his or her country. See Patriotism.Patriot or Patriots may also refer to:- Politics :* Patriot Party , various political parties

Patriot (computer game)
Patriot is a strategy game about the Gulf War, developed by Artech Digital Entertainment and published by 360 Pacific Inc.. It was released in 1991 for all platforms supporting DOS. Both the Iraqi and Coalition forces can be played as.-References:

Patriotism
Patriotism is a devotion to one's country, excluding differences caused by the dependencies of the term's meaning upon context, geography and philosophy

Patriotism (film)
is a 1966 Japanese short drama film directed by Yukio Mishima and Domoto Masaki. The English-language release was originally entitled The Rite of Love and Death.Mishima wrote Yûkoku four years before his death

Patrol
A patrol is commonly a group of personnel, such as police officers or soldiers, that are assigned to monitor a specific geographic area.- Military :

Patron (disambiguation)
A patron is a person or organization that supports another.Patron may also refer to:* Patrón, a brand of tequila* Patron god* Patron saint* Customer, also called patron- See also :

Patron saint
A patron saint is a saint who is regarded as the intercessor and advocate in heaven of a nation, place, craft, activity, class, clan, family, or person

Patronage
Patronage is the support, encouragement, privilege, or financial aid that an organization or individual bestows to another. In the history of art, arts patronage refers to the support that kings or popes have provided to musicians, painters, and sculptors

Patronage (transportation)
In public transportation, patronage or ridership is a type of forecasting or statistic for studying the average quantity of passengers carried per certain time in a mode of public transit system. The concept should not be confused with the maximum loading capacity of one particular vehicle or the whole transit system

Patronymic
A patronym, or patronymic, is a component of a personal name based on the name of one's father, grandfather or an even earlier male ancestor. A component of a name based on the name of one's mother or a female ancestor is a matronymic. Each is a means of conveying lineage.In many areas patronyms predate the use of family names

Patsy
Patsy is a given name often used as a diminutive of the feminine given name Patricia or sometimes the masculine name Patrick, or occasionally other names containing the syllable "Pat" or "Pet" .-Historical usage:

Patsy (disambiguation)
Patsy is a feminine given name or nickname.Patsy may also refer to:* Patsy , a character in the 1975 film Monty Python and the Holy Grail* The Patsy , a film by King Vidor

Patten (shoe)
Pattens are protective overshoes worn in Europe from the Middle Ages until the early 20th century. Pattens were worn outdoors over a normal shoe, held in place by leather or cloth bands, with a wooden or later wood and metal sole

Patter
Patter is a prepared and practiced speech, that is designed to produce a desired response from its audience. Examples of occupations with a patter might include the: auctioneer, salesperson, dance caller, or comedian.

Pattern
A pattern, from the French patron, is a type of theme of recurring events or objects, sometimes referred to as elements of a set of objects.These elements repeat in a predictable manner

Pattern (casting)
In casting, a pattern is a replica of the object to be cast, used to prepare the cavity into which molten material will be poured during the casting process.Patterns used in sand casting may be made of wood, metal, plastics or other materials

Patterns (TV)
Patterns was the first major breakthrough of Rod Serling when the live television drama received critical acclaim as the January 12, 1955 installment of the anthology series Kraft Television Theatre.

Patto
Patto was a progressive jazz-rock band formed in England in 1970 by vocalist Mike Patto with a lineup taken from Timebox consisting of vocalist Patto, drummer John Halsey, guitarist and vibraphone player Ollie Halsall and bassist Clive Griffiths.

Patty
A patty is a flattened cake, often of meat.Patty may also refer to:* Patty , a family name* Patricia, a female given name, in all forms of English* Patrick , a male given name, in Australian English and Hiberno-English

Patty
A patty, in American English and New Zealand English, is a flattened, usually disc-shaped, serving of ground meat or meat alternatives. The meat is compacted and shaped, cooked if applicable, and served

Pau
Pau may refer to:Places* Pau, Edom, a location in the Bible* Pau, Pyrénées-Atlantiques, France, a town* Arrondissement of Pau, a district containing the French town* Pau, Sardinia, a municipality* Pau, Spain, a municipality

Paul
Paul may refer to:*Paul , a given name or surname -Christianity:*Paul the Apostle Paul may refer to:*Paul (name), a given name or surname (includes a list of people with that name)-Christianity:*Paul the Apostle Paul may refer to:*Paul (name), a given name or surname (includes a list of people with that name)-Christianity:*Paul the Apostle (c. 5 – c

Paul (bakery)
Paul is a French bakery established in 1889 in the city of Croix by Charlemagne Mayot.As of August 2011 there are over 436 franchised Paul bakery café restaurants in France, Spain, Belgium, United Kingdom, Holland, Czech Republic, Turkey, Greece, Romania, Morocco, Lebanon, Kuwait, Dubai, Bahrain, Japan, Taiwan, Jordan, Switzerland, China and

Paul (exarch)
Paul was the Exarch of Ravenna from 723 to 727. According to John Julius Norwich, the person traditionally recognized as the first doge of Venice, Paolo Lucio Anafesto, was actually Exarch Paul

Paul (male name)
Paul is a common masculine name in countries and ethnicities with a Christian heritage and, beyond Europe, in Christian religious communities throughout the world. It derives from the Roman family name Paulus which means "small" or "humble" in Latin; it is cognate to the Modern English word "few"

Paul (play)
Paul is a 2005 play by Howard Brenton, which portrays the life and career of Paul the Apostle. It was first performed in the Cottesloe auditorium of the National Theatre, London from 30 September 2005 – 4 February 2006, in modern dress.

Paula (novel)
Paula is a 1995 memoir written by Isabel Allende. She intended to write a straightforward narrative about the darkest experience of her life

Paule
Paule is a commune in the Côtes-d'Armor department in Brittany in northwestern France.-Population:Inhabitants of Paule are called paulois.-External links:**

Paulette
Paulette may refer to:*Paulette , French feminine given name*DJ Paulette*Paulette

Paulette (name)
Paulette is the French feminine given name diminutive of the French/English/German given name Pauline, a derivative ofthe Latin Paulina, from the Roman family name Paulus, meaning "small" or "humble". The masculine given name Paul comes from the same cognate. It is uncommon as a surname

Pauli
Pauli is a surname and also a Finnish male given name and may refer to:* Arthur Pauli, an Austrian ski jumper* Gabriele Pauli, a German politician* Hans Pauli, a Swedish monk and alleged sorcerer

Pauline
Pauline may refer to:Religion*An adjective referring to St Paul the Apostle or a follower of his doctrines*An adjective referring to St Paul of Thebes, also called St Paul the First Hermit

Pauline (opera)
Pauline is an opera in four acts with music by the British composer Frederic H. Cowen to a libretto by Henry Hersee after The Lady of Lyons by Edward Bulwer-Lytton, 1st Baron Lytton, first performed 22 September 1876 at the Lyceum Theatre, London.

Paulista (disambiguation)
Paulista may refer to:*As are called the people who born in the São Paulo *Paulista, city in Pernambuco state*Avenida Paulista*Evandro Paulista — Evandro Silva do Nascimento, Brazilian footballer

Paulo
Paulo is Portuguese masculine given name equivalent to English Paul. It may refer to:People:*Paolo Maria Abbiati, Italian engraver*Paulo Almeida, Brazilian footballer*Paulo André Cren Benini, , Brazilian football defender

Paulson (disambiguation)
-Other uses:* Paulson Stadium, Statesboro, Georgia, USA* Paulson , band from New Jersey, USA* Paulson Plan* The Revelations of Becka Paulson, an episode of American TV show, "The Outer Limits"

Pauna
Pauna is a town and municipality in the Colombian Department of Boyacá, part of the subregion of the Western Boyacá Province.

Paunat
Paunat is a commune in the Dordogne department in Aquitaine in southwestern France.-Population:-References:*

Pausa (disambiguation)
Pausa is, in linguistics, the end of a prosodic unit.Pausa may also refer to:* Rest - Places :* Germany** Pausa, Saxony* Peru** Pausa, Peru** Pausa District* Romania** Păuşa** Păuşa River

Pause
Pause may refer to a rest, hesitation, or temporary stop.Examples:* Fermata, a musical pause of indefinite duration* Pause key, the Pause/Break key on computer keyboards

Pauvres
Pauvres is a commune in the Ardennes department in northern France.-Population:

Pauw
Pauw and de Pauw or DePauw are Dutch and Flemish surnames that may refer to:-People:*Adriaan Pauw , Grand Pensionary of Holland

Pava
thumb|right|325px|A stupa built at the place where Cunda's house used to be, at the site of ancient Pava.Pava was a city in ancient India, at the time of Gautama Buddha. It was a city of the Mallas which the Buddha visited during his last journey, going there from Bhogagama and staying at Cunda's mango grove

PAVE
The codeword PAVE is a U.S. Air Force program identifier relating to electronic systems. Use of the prefix identifier is sometimes thought to be an acronym, but the various acronyms proposed do not fit with the wide range of programs it is used to identify

Pavement
Pavement may refer to:* Road surface, the durable surfacing of roads and walkways* Sidewalk, a walkway along the side of a road, in British English or Philadelphia/Baltimore dialect* Pavement , a floor-like stone or tile structure

William of Ockham
William of Ockham was an English Franciscan friar and scholastic philosopher, who is believed to have been born in Ockham, a small village in Surrey. He is considered to be one of the major figures of medieval thought and was at the centre of the major intellectual and political controversies of the fourteenth century

William Owens (Admiral)
William A. "Bill" Owens was an admiral in the United States Navy and later Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Since leaving the military in 1996, he served as an executive or as a member of the board of directors of various companies, including Nortel Networks Corporation.-Early life:Owens was raised in North Dakota and graduated from the United States

William P. Biddle
Major General William Phillips Biddle was the 11th Commandant of the United States Marine Corps.-Biography:

William Paley
William Paley was a British Christian apologist, philosopher, and utilitarian. He is best known for his exposition of the teleological argument for the existence of God in his work Natural Theology, which made use of the watchmaker analogy .-Life:Paley was Born in Peterborough, England, and was educated at Giggleswick

William Penn
William Penn was an English real estate entrepreneur, philosopher, and founder of the Province of Pennsylvania, the English North American colony and the future Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. He was an early champion of democracy and religious freedom, notable for his good relations and successful treaties with the Lenape Indians

William Pitt Union
The William Pitt Union is the student union building of the University of Pittsburgh main campus and is a Pennsylvania and Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmark

William Playfair
William Playfair was a Scottish engineer and political economist, the founder of graphical methods of statistics.

William Powell Frith
William Powell Frith , was an English painter specialising in genre subjects and panoramic narrative works of life in the Victorian era. He was elected to the Royal Academy in 1852

William Quantrill
William Clarke Quantrill was a Confederate guerrilla leader during the American Civil War. After leading a Confederate bushwhacker unit along the Missouri-Kansas border in the early 1860s, which included the infamous raid and sacking of Lawrence, Kansas in 1863, Quantrill eventually ended up in Kentucky where he was mortally wounded in a Union ambush

William R. Peers
William R. Peers was a United States Army General, who is most notable for presiding over the Peers Commission investigation into the My Lai massacre and other similar war crimes during the Vietnam War.-Biography:

William R. Tolbert, Jr.
William Richard Tolbert, Jr. was the 20th President of Liberia from 1971 to 1980.Trained as a civil servant, he entered the country's House of Representatives in 1955 for the True Whig Party, then the only established party in the country

William Randolph
William Randolph was a colonist and land owner who played an important role in the history and government of the Commonwealth of Virginia. He moved to Virginia sometime between 1669 and 1673, and married Mary Isham a few years later

William Randolph Hearst
William Randolph Hearst was an American business magnate and leading newspaper publisher. Hearst entered the publishing business in 1887, after taking control of The San Francisco Examiner from his father

William Sansome Tucker
Major William Sansome Tucker, DSc, OBE was a British pioneer in acoustical research. He was born in Kidderminster, the son of William Tucker, an artist painter, and his wife Anna.

William Saunders Crowdy
William Saunders Crowdy was an American soldier, preacher, entrepreneur, theologian, and pastor. As one of the earliest Black Hebrew Israelites in the United States, he established the Church of God and Saints of Christ in 1896.-Early life:In 1847, William Saunders Crowdy was born into slavery at the Chilsy Hills Farm of the Charlotte Hall

William Shakespeare
William Shakespeare was an English poet and playwright, widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language and the world's pre-eminent dramatist. He is often called England's national poet and the "Bard of Avon"

William Shockley (actor)
William Shockley is an actor and musician.Shockley was born in Lawrence, Kansas and found his love for music at the age of seven

William Stanley (Battle of Bosworth)
Sir William Stanley was an English soldier and the younger brother of Thomas Stanley, 1st Earl of Derby. Stanley fought with his troops in several battles of the Wars of the Roses.-Private life:

William Staveley (admiral)
Admiral of the Fleet Sir William Doveton Minet Staveley GCB, DL , was Chief of the Naval Staff and First Sea Lord.-Early life:

William Still
William Still was an African-American abolitionist, conductor on the Underground Railroad, writer, historian and civil rights activist.

William Stones Ltd
Stones Brewery was a brewery founded in 1868 by William Stones in Sheffield, West Riding of Yorkshire, England, and purchased by Bass in 1968 before closing in 1999. Its most famous brand, Stones Bitter, is owned by the Molson Coors Brewing Company who continue to market it.William Stones had started brewing in 1847 in Sheffield with Joseph Watts

William Suff
William Lester Suff , also known as the Riverside Prostitute Killer and the Lake Elsinore Killer, is a Californian serial killer.-Early crimes:

William T. Orr
William T. Orr was an American television producer associated with a series of western and detective programs of the 1950s-1970s.

William Tecumseh Sherman
William Tecumseh Sherman was an American soldier, businessman, educator and author. He served as a General in the Union Army during the American Civil War , for which he received recognition for his outstanding command of military strategy as well as criticism for the harshness of the "scorched earth" policies that he implemented in

William Temple (archbishop)
William Temple was a priest in the Church of England. He served as Bishop of Manchester , Archbishop of York , and Archbishop of Canterbury .

William the Silent
William I, Prince of Orange , also widely known as William the Silent , or simply William of Orange , was the main leader of the Dutch revolt against the Spanish that set off the Eighty Years' War and resulted in the formal independence of the United Provinces in 1648. He was born in the House of Nassau as Count of Nassau-Dillenburg

William Theisen
William "Willy" Theisen is a restaurant entrepreneur from Omaha, Nebraska, born in Clinton, Iowa. He was the founder and former owner of Godfathers Pizza, a popular pizzeria chain that has locations in over 40 states

William Tite
Sir William Tite, CB was an English architect who served as President of the Royal Institute of British Architects. He was particularly associated with various London buildings, with railway stations and cemetery projects.

William Tubman
William Vacanarat Shadrach Tubman was a Liberian politician. He was the 19th President of Liberia from 1944 until his death in 1971.

William Tuke
William Tuke was an English businessman, philanthropist and Quaker. He was instrumental in the development of more humane methods in the custody and care of people with mental disorders, an approach that came to be known as moral treatment.-Career:Tuke was born in York to a leading Quaker family

William Tyndale
William Tyndale was an English scholar and translator who became a leading figure in Protestant reformism towards the end of his life. He was influenced by the work of Desiderius Erasmus, who made the Greek New Testament available in Europe, and by Martin Luther

William Victor Higgins
William Victor Higgins was an American painter and teacher, born at Shelbyville, Indiana. He studied at the Art Institute in Chicago and at the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts. In Paris he was a pupil of Robert Henri, René Menard and Lucien Simon, and when he was in Munich he studied with Hans von Hayek. He was an associate of the National Academy

William Volker Fund
The William Volker Fund was a charitable foundation established in 1932 by Kansas City, Missouri, businessman and home-furnishings mogul William Volker. Volker founded the fund with the purposes of aiding the needy, reforming Kansas City’s health care and educational systems, and combating the influence of machine politics in municipal governance

William W. Atterbury
William Wallace Atterbury was a Brigadier General during World War I. He was instrumental in reorganizing railroad traffic during the war for more efficient transportation of troops and supplies for the American Expeditionary Forces. After the war, he became the 10th president of the Pennsylvania Railroad

William W. Hartzog
General William White Hartzog was a four-star U.S. Army general whose commands during his 35-year career include the United States Army Training and Doctrine Command, the 1st Infantry Division, and United States Army South.

William W. Johnstone
William Wallace Johnstone was a prolific American author, mostly of western, horror and survivalist novels.- Biography :

William W. Momyer
General William Wallace Momyer was commander of the U.S. Air Force Tactical Air Command.-Early life:Momyer was born in 1916, in Muskogee, Oklahoma, attended Broadway High School in Seattle, Washington, and graduated with a bachelor of arts degree from the University of Washington in 1937

William Waldegrave, Baron Waldegrave of North Hill
William Arthur Waldegrave, Baron Waldegrave of North Hill, PC , is an English Conservative politician who served in the Cabinet from 1990 until 1997 and is a Life Member of the Tory Reform Group. He is now a life peer. Lord Waldegrave is also the Chairman of the Rhodes Trust and the Chairman of Trustees for the National Museum of Science and Industry

William Wallace
Sir William Wallace was a Scottish knight and landowner who became one of the main leaders during the Wars of Scottish Independence.

William West
William West was an American militia general in the American Revolutionary War, Justice of the Rhode Island Supreme Court, Deputy Governor of Rhode Island, and anti-federalist leader. West also was a party in the first U.S. Supreme Court decision in 1791, West v

William Whetstone
Sir William Whetstone was an officer of the Royal Navy in the later 17th and early eighteenth century. He eventually rose to the rank of Rear Admiral, having spent his career serving with several distinguished figures.-Family and early life:

William Whewell
William Whewell was an English polymath, scientist, Anglican priest, philosopher, theologian, and historian of science. He was Master of Trinity College, Cambridge.-Life and career:Whewell was born in Lancaster

William Withering
William Withering was an English botanist, geologist, chemist, physician and the discoverer of digitalis.-Introduction:

William Wordsworth
William Wordsworth was a major English Romantic poet who, with Samuel Taylor Coleridge, helped to launch the Romantic Age in English literature with the 1798 joint publication Lyrical Ballads.

William Yolland
William Yolland CB, FRS was an English military surveyor, astronomer and engineer, and was Britain’s Chief Inspector of Railways from 1877 until his death

Williams (gaming company)
WMS Industries, Inc. is an American electronic gaming and amusement company based in Waukegan, Illinois. The company's main operating subsidiaries are WMS Gaming and Orion Gaming. WMS traces its roots as far back as 1943, the Williams Manufacturing Company, founded by Harry E. Williams

Williams-Sonoma
Williams-Sonoma, Inc. is a high-end American consumer retail company that sells kitchenwares, furniture and linens, as well as other housewares and home furnishings, along with a variety of specialty foods, soaps and lotions

Williamson County, Illinois
-2010:Whereas according to the 2010 U.S. Census Bureau:*92.7% White*3.8% Black*0.4% Native American*0.8% Asian*0.0% Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander*1.7% Two or more races*0.4% Other races*2.0% Hispanic or Latino -2000:

Williamsport, Indiana
Williamsport is a town in Washington Township, Warren County, Indiana, United States. The population was 1,898 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Warren County and is the largest of the four incorporated towns in the county

Williamstown, Victoria
Williamstown is a suburb in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 8 km south-west from Melbourne's central business district. Its Local Government Area is the City of Hobsons Bay. At the 2006 Census, Williamstown had a population of 12,733.

Willie Aikens
Willie Mays Aikens is a former Major League Baseball first baseman. He had established himself as one of the top sluggers in the game before drugs derailed his career. In , Aikens was sentenced to twenty years in prison on four counts of crack cocaine distribution and one count of use of a firearm during drug trafficking

Willie Anderson (basketball)
Willie Lloyd Anderson, Jr. is a retired American professional basketball player in the National Basketball Association.

Willie Morgan
William "Willie" Morgan is a Scottish former professional football player.A winger, Morgan started his career with Burnley, making his first-team debut against Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough in 1963

Willie Nelson
Willie Hugh Nelson is an American country music singer-songwriter, as well as an author, poet, actor, and activist. The critical success of the album Shotgun Willie , combined with the critical and commercial success of Red Headed Stranger and Stardust , made Nelson one of the most recognized artists in country music

Willie Wagtail
The Willie Wagtail is a passerine bird native to Australia, New Guinea, the Solomon Islands, the Bismarck Archipelago, and eastern Indonesia. It is a common and familiar bird throughout much of its range, living in most habitats apart from thick forest

Williston, Vermont
Williston is a town in Chittenden County, Vermont, United States. The population was 8,698 at the 2010 census, an increase of over 1,000 people since the 2000 census

Willoughby Spit
Willoughby Spit is a peninsula of land in the independent city of Norfolk, Virginia in the United States. It is bordered by water on three sides: the Chesapeake Bay to the north, Hampton Roads to the west, and Willoughby Bay to the south.- History :

Willow
Willows, sallows, and osiers form the genus Salix, around 400 species of deciduous trees and shrubs, found primarily on moist soils in cold and temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere

Willow Oak
Quercus phellos is a deciduous tree in the red oak group of oaks. It is native to eastern North America from southern New York south to northern Florida, and west to southernmost Illinois and eastern Texas

Willpower
Willpower may refer to:*Self discipline, training and control of oneself and one's conduct, usually for personal improvement*Self control, the ability of a person to exert his/her will over the inhibitions of their body or self

Willys
Willys was the brand name used by Willys-Overland Motors, an American automobile company best known for its design and production of military Jeeps and civilian versions during the 20th century.-Early History:In 1908, John Willys bought the Overland Automotive Division of Standard Wheel Company and

Willys Jeep Wagon
The Willys Jeep Station Wagon, introduced in 1946 by Willys-Overland Motors is the first mass-market all-steel station wagon designed and built as a passenger vehicle and is arguably the world's first popular sport utility vehicle or SUV The Willys Jeep Station Wagon, introduced in 1946 by Willys-Overland Motors is the first mass-market all-steel station wagon designed and built as a passenger vehicle and is arguably the world's first popular sport utility vehicle or SUV The Willys Jeep Station Wagon, introduced in 1946 by Willys-Overland Motors is the first mass-market all-steel station wagon designed and built as a passenger vehicle and is arguably the world's first popular sport utility vehicle or SUV (the heavy-duty, truck-based Chevrolet Suburban with steel body was introduced in 1939 for professional use mainly as train depot hacks and funeral

Willys MB
The Willys MB US Army Jeep and the Ford GPW, were manufactured from 1941 to 1945. These small four-wheel drive utility vehicles are considered the iconic World War II Jeep, and inspired many similar light utility vehicles. Over the years, the World War II Jeep later evolved into the "CJ" civilian Jeep

Willys-Knight
Willys-Knight is an automobile that was produced between 1914 and 1933 by the Willys-Overland Company of Toledo, Ohio.John North Willys purchased the Edwards Motor Car Company of Long Island, New York, in 1913, moving the operation to Elyria, Ohio, where Willys owned the plant that had previously manufactured the Garford automobile

Wilma Mankiller
Wilma Pearl Mankiller was the first female Chief of the Cherokee Nation. She served as principal chief for ten years from 1985 to 1995.-Early life:

Wilmer Cabrera
Wílmer Cabrera Linares is a retired football defender, he works currently as the head coach of the United States Under-17 national team.-Career:

Wilmington, Ohio
Wilmington is a city in and the county seat of Clinton County, Ohio, United States. The population was 12,520 at the 2010 census. At city entrances from state routes, county roads, and U.S. highways, the city slogan of "We Honor Our Champions" is seen, accompanied by signs that highlight various athletic accomplishments from Wilmington individuals and teams

Wilmslow railway station
Wilmslow railway station serves the large town of Wilmslow, in the borough of Macclesfield and the county of Cheshire, England. The station is south of Manchester Piccadilly on the Crewe to Manchester Line.

Wilson Bentley
Wilson Alwyn "Snowflake" Bentley , born in Jericho, Vermont, United States is one of the first known photographers of snowflakes. He perfected a process of catching flakes on black velvet in such a way that their images could be captured before they either melted or sublimed.-Biography:Bentley was born on February 9, 1865

Wilson College (Pennsylvania)
Wilson College, founded 1869, is a private, Presbyterian-related, liberal arts women's college located on a campus in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, United States. It was founded by two Presbyterian ministers, but named for its first major donor, Sarah Wilson of nearby St. Thomas Township, Pennsylvania.Wilson College has about 840 students from 16 U.S. states and 22 foreign countries