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Pavement (magazine)
Pavement was a New Zealand youth culture magazine published bimonthly, and then quarterly, by Bernard McDonald and Glenn Hunt from 1993 to 2006.

Paves or Pavese was a Lombard troubadour of the first half of the 13th century, only a single cobla of whose work survives. The work is preserved in one chansonnier of late 13th-century Italian provenance, now known as "troubadour manuscript H" or Latin 3207, kept in the Biblioteca Vaticana, Rome

Pavese (dialect)
Pavese is a dialect of Western Lombard language spoken in province of Pavia . In Pavese, differently from most of Western Lombard dialects, the "z" is transformed into "s".

In architecture a pavilion has two main meanings.-Free-standing structure:Pavilion may refer to a free-standing structure sited a short distance from a main residence, whose architecture makes it an object of pleasure. Large or small, there is usually a connection with relaxation and pleasure in its intended use

-People:*Pavlov *Ivan Pavlov, a psychologist famous for his experiment in classical conditioning.-Places:*in the Czech Republic:**Pavlov **Pavlov **Pavlov **Pavlov

Pavlov (Kladno District)
Pavlov is a small village in Central Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic. It is located in almost flat landscape about 7 km southeast of Kladno or 18 km west of Prague and has a population of 106 .

- Persons :* Anna Pavlova * Anna Pavlova * Alla Pavlova * Karolina Pavlova * Anelia Pavlova * The feminine form of Pavlov, a common Russian and Bulgarian family name- Other :

Pavo may refer to:*The genus name for the peafowl*Pavo *Pavo, Georgia, town in the United States*The Spanish word for turkey.

Pavoni may refer to:* José Luis Pavoni* Matías Pavoni* Pierfrancesco Pavoni* Ricardo Pavoni

Pavor is a German technical death metal band, formed in 1987. The band has released two albums in a twenty-year career and have chosen to be independent all that time.-Biography:

A paw is the soft foot of a mammal, generally a quadruped, that has claws or nails. A hard foot is called a hoof. Paws are used to pad feet for walking and increase friction.- Common characteristics :

Paw (disambiguation)
Paw may refer to:* Paw, the soft foot of a mammal, generally a quadruped, that has claws or nails* Paw Tracks, an independent record label based in Washington, D.C.* Paw * Paw , a 1959 film* Paw Lagermann, composer, member of the popduo Infernal

Paw (disambiguation)
Paw may refer to:* Paw, the soft foot of a mammal, generally a quadruped, that has claws or nails* Paw Tracks, an independent record label based in Washington, D.C.* Paw * Paw , a 1959 film* Paw Lagermann, composer, member of the popduo Infernal

Paw (film)
Paw is a 1959 Danish film directed by Astrid Henning-Jensen.-Plot:A boy from the Caribbean, affected by the deaths of his parents and maiden aunt, escapes to the Danish forest.-Cast:* Edvin Adolphson - Anders

Pawa (disambiguation)
Pawa or pawva may refer to:*Pawa, Pakistan, one of the 51 Union Councils of Abbottabad District in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan*Paua, Maori word for the abalone

Pawl may refer to:* A common component of a ratchet* A part of the adjustable height locking mechanism of an extension ladder* Pawl , a former racing car constructor

Pawl (constructor)
Pawl was a racing car constructor, who competed in three rounds of the FIA World Championship - the , and Indy 500.-FIA World Championship Indy 500 results:

Pawn may refer to:* Pawn , the weakest and most numerous piece in the game* Pawn, another name for a pledge in certain jurisdictions ** Pawnshop/pawnbroker* Pawn , an embeddable programming language

Pawn (scripting language)
Pawn, formerly known as Small, is an open source scripting language primarily intended as an embeddable scripting language. It is maintained by a Dutch company named CompuPhase, which released the first version in 1998. The language was known as Small until version 3 was released in March 2005.Pawn is a typeless language influenced by Small-C

Paws (film)
Paws is an independent 1997 Australian family film that was released on 25 September 1997 in Australia and filmed in Sydney, New South Wales.

Pax may refer to:* Pax , the Roman goddess of peace- Organizations :* PAX Association in Poland* Pax Forlag, a Norwegian publishing house* PAX Network, a U.S. television network now known as ION Television

PaX is a patch for the Linux kernel that implements least privilege protections for memory pages. The least-privilege approach allows computer programs to do only what they have to do in order to be able to execute properly, and nothing more. PaX was first released in 2000.PaX flags data memory as non-executable, program memory as non-writable and randomly arranges the program memory

Pax (liturgy)
Pax vobis , or pax vobiscum , are salutations in the Catholic Mass and the Lutheran Divine Service.-Origins:Like the other liturgical salutations Pax vobis (peace to you), or pax vobiscum (peace with you), are salutations in the Catholic Mass and the Lutheran Divine Service.-Origins:Like the other liturgical salutations Pax vobis (peace to you), or pax vobiscum (peace with you), are salutations in the Catholic Mass and the Lutheran Divine Service.-Origins:Like the other liturgical salutations (e.g

Pax Romana (disambiguation)
The Pax Romana was a time of peace established by Emperor Augustus during the Roman Empire.Pax Romana may also refer to:* Pax Romana , a comic book created by Jonathan Hickman.

Pay may refer to:*A wage or salary earned for work*The process of payment for goods and services, an aspect of trade*Waterproofing the seams of a wooden ship*Puffy AmiYumi, a Japanese pop/rock band

Payback may refer to:*Payback period, the period of time required for the return on an investment*Revenge*Operation Payback, an ongoing hacker operation*Payback , a 1999 film, starring Mel Gibson; remake of the 1967 film Point Blank

Payback (1995 film)
Payback is a 1995 thriller film directed by Anthony Hickox and written by Sam Bernard. It stars C. Thomas Howell.-Plot:Oscar Bonsetter tells a dying prisoner that he will take revenge on the sadistic guard who killed him. In exchange, Oscar is told of a stash of money

Paycheck can also refer to:* Paycheck , short story by science fiction author Philip K. Dick* Paycheck , film adaptation of the Philip K. Dick short story starring Ben Affleck

Paycheck (collection)
Paycheck is a collection of science fiction stories by Philip K. Dick. Although the collection appears with a 2003 copyright, it was first published by Gollancz in February, 2004

Payday (M\*A\*S\*H)
-Overview:Things get crazy at the 4077th when payday comes around, and everybody is spending money and getting into debt with everyone else. "Hot Lips" tricks Frank Burns into giving her a real pearl necklace in place of a fake, Klinger tries to bribe Lieutenant Colonel Blake for a discharge , and Trapper John "borrows"

Payday (TV series)
Payday is a British game show on Five, presented by Colin Murray.

Paye (disambiguation)
PAYE stand for Pay As You Earn, a taxation concept.Paye or PAYE may also refer to:* Paye, an archaic term for caulking* PAYE, Pay As You Enter, a description of a bus on which the driver collects the fares

Payer may refer to:* Evariste Payer , Canadian professional hockey player* Helge Payer , Austrian international footballer* Payer , a party who makes a payment* Serge Payer , Canadian ice hockey player

Paykan (disambiguation)
Paykan may refer to:* Paykan, the Iranian-made automobile* The Iranian missile boat Paykan* Paykan Tehran F.C., An Iranian football club based in Tehran

Payload may refer to:* Payload , the carrying capacity of an aircraft or spacecraft* Payload , the cargo information within a data transmission, or the part of a computer virus which perform a malicious action

Payload (software)
Payload in computing is the cargo of a data transmission. It is the part of the transmitted data which is the fundamental purpose of the transmission, to the exclusion of information sent with it solely to facilitate delivery.In computer security, payload refers to the

Payload (Transformers)
Payload is the name of several fictional characters in the various Transformers universes.-Transformers: Armada:Payload is the muscle of the Space Mini-Con Team, but people often forget that he's considerably smarter than most other robots out there. He doesn't really let this get to him, however

A payment is the transfer of wealth from one party to another. A payment is usually made in exchange for the provision of goods, services or both, or to fulfill a legal obligation.

Payoff may refer to:* Bribery* A payoff dominant equilibrium in game theory* Payoff matrix or payoff function in a normal form game in game theory* Payoff set in set theory* Payoff, a 1991 TV film starring Keith Carradine

Payola (band)
Payola are a six-piece folk/rock/soul band from Auckland, New Zealand.The band have been described as a combination of Motown meets AC/DC / The Chambers Brothers meets Funkadelic / Led Zeppelin meets Solomon Burke with Primal Scream supporting

In a company, payroll is the sum of all financial records of salaries for an employee, wages, bonuses and deductions. In accounting, payroll refers to the amount paid to employees for services they provided during a certain period of time. Payroll plays a major role in a company for several reasons

Pays de la Loire
Pays de la Loire is one of the 27 regions of France. It is one of the regions created in the late 20th century to serve as a zone of influence for its capital, Nantes, one of a handful so-called "balancing metropolises" ¹

A paysite, in pornography jargon, is a website that charges money to become a member and view its content, and often produces original adult content. They can be contrasted with "free-sites", which do not charge a membership fee. Most paysites offer "free tours" which allow non-members to view a limited number of short trailers. The vast majority of paysite memberships are bought by men

Payton (given name)
Payton is a given name in use in English speaking countries. One source indicates the name comes from a surname derived from a place name meaning "Pœga's town" in Old English. Another source indicates the name means "fighting man's estate.".

Paz or PAZ may refer to:*PAZ, an acronym for Permanent Autonomous Zone*PAZ, an acronym for Public Access Zone. See DMZ *PAZ, an acronym for Pavlovo Bus Factory

Paz (disambiguation)
Paz or PAZ may refer to:*PAZ, an acronym for Permanent Autonomous Zone*PAZ, an acronym for Public Access Zone. See DMZ *PAZ, an acronym for Pavlovo Bus Factory

Paz (Ready Set Learn)
Paz is an American television show produced by Telescreen BV, Egmont Imagination, King Rollo Films, Open Mind Productions, and Discovery Kids. The series runs as 80 eight-minute shows, each of which combines both a five-minute animation with live action before and after

Pb is the chemical symbol for the element lead.PB may refer stand to:-Entertainment and sports:* Paintball* Passed ball* Paul's Boutique, an album by the Beastie Boys* Performance Bikes Magazine

PBX may refer to:*Pioneer Natural Resources' stock ticker symbol*Polymer-bonded explosive*Pre-B-cell leukemia homeobox*Private branch exchange, a telephone exchange that serves a particular business or office*PBX, a rewrite of the Project Builder IDE

PC most commonly refers to:* Personal computer, a computer whose original sales price, size, and capabilities make it useful for individuals* Political correctness, language or behavior that appears calculated to provide a minimum of offense

PCN (band)
PCN is a Mexican metal band formed in 1999 by Xavier "Terry" Terriquez And Pablo Aripez. The style of the band, with growling death metal vocals and clean overtones, goes from death metal to progressive metal, using thrash rhythms, often in the same song. Some time after the band had formed, Alejandro Fabela "Daldo" came in as vocalist

-Political parties:*Democratic Party of Albania *Democratic Party *Democratic Liberal Party *Democratic Party

A PDA is most commonly a Personal digital assistant, also known as a Personal data assistant, a mobile electronic device.PDA may also refer to:In science, medicine and technology:

PDB may refer to:* Protein Data Bank* Chess Problem Database Server * Partei der deutschsprachigen Belgier, the Party of German-speaking Belgians* President's Daily Brief* Promised Day Brigades* 1,4-Dichlorobenzene

PDCA (disambiguation)
PDCA is an acryonym for the Plan-Do-Check-Act.It may also refer to:* The Painting and Decorating Contractors of America

PDF (gene)
Peptide deformylase, mitochondrial is an enzyme that in humans is encoded by the PDF gene.-Further reading:

PDM (cycling team)
PDM-Concorde also PDM-Ultima was a Dutch professional cycling team from 1986 until the end of 1992. Gin-MG was co-sponsor in Spanish races and Cidona was co-sponsor in the 1991 Nissan Classic. The team was sponsored by Philips Dupont Magnetics, a joint venture between the electronics company, Philips, and the chemical company, DuPont

Pe may refer to:* Pe , a letter in the Cyrillic alphabet* Pe , a letter in several Semitic alphabets** Pe , this letter in the Arabic alpabhet

Pe (Persian)
Pe is a letter in the Perso-Arabic alphabet used for .It is used in Persian and Kurdish and other Iranian languages, Urdu, Sindhi and Turkic languages but not in Arabic, where it is usually substituted by the letter bāʼ

Pea or some variant therein can refer to:* Pea plant* "Pea" , on the Red Hot Chili Peppers album One Hot Minute* Pea galaxy or "Green Pea", type of galaxy that appears green*Pea River, Alabama, USAPEA can be an abbreviation for:

Peace is a state of harmony characterized by the lack of violent conflict. Commonly understood as the absence of hostility, peace also suggests the existence of healthy or newly healed interpersonal or international relationships, prosperity in matters of social or economic welfare, the establishment of equality, and a working political order that serves the true interests of all

Peace (Anything Box album)
Peace is the debut album by Anything Box, released in 1990 on Epic. The album played a significant role in the resurrection of American Synthpop/Electronic in the late 1980s and early 1990s. With catchy synth-driven hooks and sing-along vocals, the album contains many of the band's most popular songs to date

Peace (Cult album)
Peace was the once unreleased third album by The Cult. Upon completion of the album the band was unhappy with the sound, and began recording what would become their next release, Electric, which featured new versions of several Peace songs

Peace (song)
"Peace" is a 1991 single released by Sabrina Johnston, reaching number eight in the UK Singles Chart.

Peace (surname)
Peace, as a surname, and may refer to:*Anita Chanda Peace , Indian-British artist*Charles Peace , English burglar and murder*David Peace , British author*Heather Peace , English actress

Peace In Our Time (play)
Peace In Our Time is a two-act play written in 1946 by Noel Coward. It has 8 scenes and a cast of 22 speaking roles. The play focuses on a small group of Londoners in a pub close to Sloane Square, in an alternate past where Germany won the Battle of Britain and successfully invaded and occupied Britain.The drama received its first performance at the Lyric Theatre in London in 1947

Peace of Mind
Peace of Mind may refer to:* The absence of mental stress or anxiety, and the presence of serenity, calm, quiet, comfort of mind; Inner peace* Peace of Mind Campaign, a campaign by children's charity Kids Company

Wilson Dam (Alabama)
Wilson Dam is a dam spanning the Tennessee River between Lauderdale County and Colbert County in the U.S. state of Alabama. It impounds Wilson Lake. It is one of nine Tennessee Valley Authority dams on the Tennessee River

Wilson ProStaff Original 6.0
The Wilson Pro Staff Original, first introduced in 1983 is most known for being the model of racket used by Pete Sampras.-History:Originally manufactured in Chicago, Illinois and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, the Pro Staff line was Wilson's answer to the Prince Graphite, Yonex Rex series, and the Dunlop Max 200G

Wilson Rawls
Wilson Rawls, born Woodrow Wilson Rawls, was an American writer best known for his books Where the Red Fern Grows and Summer of the Monkeys.- Childhood :

Wilson Sporting Goods
The Wilson Sporting Goods Company is a sports equipment manufacturer based in Chicago, Illinois, and currently is a foreign subsidiary of the Finnish company Amer Sports.

WILX-TV is the NBC-affiliated television station for Central Michigan. Licensed to the nearby town of Onondaga, it broadcasts a high definition digital signal on VHF channel 10. The station can also be seen on Comcast channel 4 in Lansing, and Comcast channel 10 in East Lansing and Jackson. It can also be seen in high definition on digital channel 232

WiMAX is a communication technology for wirelessly delivering high-speed Internet service to large geographical areas. The 2005 WiMAX revision provided bit rates up to 40 Mbit/s with the 2011 update up to 1 Gbit/s for fixed stations

Wimbledon and Putney Commons
Wimbledon Common is a large open space in Wimbledon south-west London, totalling 460 hectares . There are three named areas: Wimbledon Common, Putney Heath, and Putney Lower Common which together are managed under the name Wimbledon and Putney Commons

In astrophysics, weakly interacting massive particles or WIMPs, are hypothetical particles serving as one possible solution to the dark matter problem. These particles interact through the weak force and gravity, and possibly through other interactions no stronger than the weak force

Wimshurst machine
The Wimshurst influence machine is an electrostatic generator, a machine for generating high voltages developed between 1880 and 1883 by British inventor James Wimshurst .

WINC is a News/Talk/Sports formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Winchester, Virginia, serving Winchester and Frederick County, Virginia. WINC is owned and operated by Centennial Broadcasting.-History:Richard F. Lewis, Jr

Winchester Model 1894
Winchester Model 1894 is a lever-action rifle which became one of the most famous and popular hunting rifles

Winchester Model 1897
The Winchester Model 1897, also known as the Model 97, M97, or Trench Gun, was a pump-action shotgunwith an external hammer and tube magazine manufactured by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company. The Model 1897 was an evolution of the Winchester Model 1893 designed by John Browning. From 1897 until 1957, over one million of these shotguns were produced

Winchester Model 1912
The Winchester Model 1912 is a hammerless slide-action, i.e., pump-action, shotgun with an external tube magazine. Popularly-named the Perfect Repeater at its introduction, it largely set the standard for pump action shotguns over its 51 year high-rate production life

Winchester Model 21
The Winchester Model 21 is a Double-barreled shotgun that was produced from 1931 to 1960, and on a custom-order basis until 1993, with production continuing under license to Connecticut Shotgun Manufacturing Company.

Winchester Model 70
The Winchester Model 70 is a bolt action sporting rifle. It has an iconic place in American sporting culture and has been held in high regard by shooters since it was introduced in 1936, earning the moniker "The Rifleman's Rifle". The action has some design similarities to Mauser designs and it is a development of the earlier Winchester Model 54

Winchester Repeating Arms Company
The Winchester Repeating Arms Company was a prominent American maker of repeating firearms, located in New Haven, Connecticut. The Winchester brand is today used under license by two subsidiaries of the Herstal Group, Fabrique Nationale of Belgium and the Browning Arms Company of Morgan, Utah.- Predecessors :The ancestor of the Winchester Repeating Arms Company was the Horace

Winchester rifle
In common usage, Winchester rifle usually means any of the lever-action rifles manufactured by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company, though the company has also manufactured many rifles of other action types

Winchester, Kentucky
Winchester is a city in and the county seat of Clark County, Kentucky, United States. The population was 16,724 at the 2000 census. It is part of the Lexington-Fayette, KY Metropolitan Statistical Area.-Geography:

WinCo Foods
WinCo Foods is an employee-owned supermarket business headquartered in Boise, Idaho. The company's name was decided by the employees both in the stores and the distribution centers in a contest to rename the company, settling on "WinCo," for the five states in which the company operates its seventy stores: Washington, Idaho, Nevada, California and Oregon, but the first suggestion won in a

WIND (Italy)
Wind Telecomunicazioni SpA is an Italian telecom operator which offers integrated mobile, fixed and IPTV and Internet services and has also a sister network in Greece: WIND Hellas

Wind Cave National Park
Wind Cave National Park is a United States national park north of the town of Hot Springs in western South Dakota. Established in 1903 by President Theodore Roosevelt, it was the seventh U.S. National Park and the first cave to be designated a national park anywhere in the world. The cave is notable for its displays of the calcite formation known as boxwork

Wind farm
A wind farm is a group of wind turbines in the same location used to produce electric power. A large wind farm may consist of several hundred individual wind turbines, and cover an extended area of hundreds of square miles, but the land between the turbines may be used for agricultural or other purposes

Wind power
Wind power is the conversion of wind energy into a useful form of energy, such as using wind turbines to make electricity, windmills for mechanical power, windpumps for water pumping or drainage, or sails to propel ships.

Wind Science and Engineering Research Center
The Wind Science and Engineering Research Center at Texas Tech University is an interdisciplinary research center focused on education and information outreach. Its goals are to exploit the useful qualities of wind and to mitigate its detrimental effects

Wind tunnel
A wind tunnel is a research tool used in aerodynamic research to study the effects of air moving past solid objects.-Theory of operation:Wind tunnels were first proposed as a means of studying vehicles in free flight

A windcatcher is a traditional Persian architectural device used for many centuries to create natural ventilation in buildings. It is not known who first invented the windcatcher, but it still can be seen in many countries today. Windcatchers come in various designs: uni-directional, bi-directional, and multi-directional

A windjammer is the ultimate type of large sailing ship with an iron or for the most part steel hull, built to carry cargo in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century

Windmill Theatre
The Windmill Theatre, later The Windmill International, was a variety and revue theatre in Great Windmill Street, London. The theatre was famous for its nude tableaux vivants

Windover archaeological site
The Windover Archaeological Site is an Early Archaic archaeological site found in Brevard County near Titusville, Florida, USA, on the central east coast of the state. Windover is a muck pond where skeletal remains of 168 individuals were found buried in the peat at the bottom of the pond. The skeletons were well preserved because of the characteristics of peat

Window film
There are many types of window tint available in the market for a wide variety of uses from solar heat reduction to UV protection, privacy to safety and security, decorative applications to heat retention.- Primary properties :

Window Maker
Window Maker is a free and open source window manager for the X Window System, allowing graphical applications to be run on Unix-like operating-systems

Windows (disambiguation)
- Computing :* Microsoft Windows, a family of windows-based operating systems and windowing systems* OpenWindows, the X Window System implementation for Solaris from 1989 to 2002* DECwindows, the X Window System implementation used by Digital Equipment Corporation

Windows 2000
Windows 2000 is a line of operating systems produced by Microsoft for use on personal computers, business desktops, laptops, and servers. Windows 2000 was released to manufacturing on 15 December 1999 and launched to retail on 17 February 2000. It is the successor to Windows NT 4.0, and is the final release of Microsoft Windows to display the "Windows NT" designation

Windows CE
Microsoft Windows CE is an operating system developed by Microsoft for embedded systems. Windows CE is a distinct operating system and kernel, rather than a trimmed-down version of desktop Windows

Windows CE 5.0
Windows CE 5.0 is a successor to Windows CE 4.2, the third release in the Windows CE .NET family.It was first released on July 09, 2004. Like its predecessors, Windows CE 5.0 is marketed towards the embedded device market and independent device vendors

Windows Live SkyDrive
Windows Live SkyDrive, initially called Windows Live Folders, is a free-of-charge file hosting service that allows users to upload files to a cloud storage and then access them from a Web browser

Windows Me
Windows Millennium Edition, or Windows Me , is a graphical operating system released on September 14, 2000 by Microsoft, and was the last operating system released in the Windows 9x series. Support for Windows Me ended on July 11, 2006.

Windows Media Player
Windows Media Player is a media player and media library application developed by Microsoft that is used for playing audio, video and viewing images on personal computers running the Microsoft Windows operating system, as well as on Pocket PC and Windows Mobile-based devices

Windows Media Services
Windows Media Services is a streaming media server from Microsoft that allows an administrator to generate streaming media . Only Windows Media, JPEG, and MP3 formats are supported

Windows Movie Maker
Windows Movie Maker is a video creating/editing software application, included in Microsoft Windows Me, XP, and Vista. It contains features such as effects, transitions, titles/credits, audio track, timeline narration, and Auto Movie. New effects and transitions can be made and existing ones can be modified using XML code

Windows PowerShell
Windows PowerShell is Microsoft's task automation framework, consisting of a command-line shell and associated scripting language built on top of, and integrated with the .NET Framework

Windows Workflow Foundation
Windows Workflow Foundation is a Microsoft technology that provides an API, an in-process workflow engine, and a rehostable designer to implement long-running processes as workflows within .NET applications

Windscale fire
The Windscale fire of 10 October 1957 was the worst nuclear accident in Great Britain's history, ranked in severity at level 5 on the 7-point International Nuclear Event Scale. The two piles had been hurriedly built as part of the British atomic bomb project. Windscale Pile No. 1 was operational in October 1950 followed by Pile No. 2 in June 1951

Windsor Castle
Windsor Castle is a medieval castle and royal residence in Windsor in the English county of Berkshire, notable for its long association with the British royal family and its architecture. The original castle was built after the Norman invasion by William the Conqueror. Since the time of Henry I it has been used by a succession of monarchs and is the longest-occupied palace in Europe

Windsor Safari Park
Windsor Safari Park was a popular family attraction built on St. Leonards Hill on the outskirts of the English town of Windsor in Berkshire; it has since been converted into the site of Legoland Windsor

Windsor salt mine
The Windsor Salt Mine currently operates two locations in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. The first is at 200 Morton Drive in Windsor, established in 1955, and is owned by The Canadian Salt Company, Limited. The facility has 250 employees, earns roughly $75–99 million a year, producing road and mining salt

Windsor, Berkshire
Windsor is an affluent suburban town and unparished area in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead in Berkshire, England. It is widely known as the site of Windsor Castle, one of the official residences of the British Royal Family.

Windsor, Nova Scotia
Windsor is a town located in Hants County, Mainland Nova Scotia at the junction of the Avon and St. Croix Rivers. It is the largest community in western Hants County with a 2001 population of 3,779 and was at one time the shire town of the county. The region encompassing present day Windsor was originally part of Pisiguit, a Mi'kmaq term meaning "Junction of Waters"

Wine bottle
A wine bottle is a bottle used for holding wine, generally made of glass. Some wines are fermented in the bottle, others are bottled only after fermentation. They come in a large variety of sizes, several named for Biblical kings and other figures. The standard bottle contains 750 ml, although this is a relatively recent development

Winesburg, Ohio (novel)
Winesburg, Ohio is a 1919 short story cycle by the American author Sherwood Anderson. The work is structured around the life of protagonist George Willard, from the time he was a child to his growing independence and ultimate abandonment of Winesburg as a young man

Winfield (cigarette)
Winfield is a brand of cigarette that is popular in Australia and New Zealand. They are also sold in other markets in Europe, Canada, South Africa and Asia

Winfield Scott
Winfield Scott was a United States Army general, and unsuccessful presidential candidate of the Whig Party in 1852.

Wing loading
In aerodynamics, wing loading is the loaded weight of the aircraft divided by the area of the wing. The faster an aircraft flies, the more lift is produced by each unit area of wing, so a smaller wing can carry the same weight in level flight, operating at a higher wing loading. Correspondingly, the landing and take-off speeds will be higher

Wingate Sandstone
Wingate Sandstone is a geologic formation in the Glen Canyon Group that is spread across the Colorado Plateau province of the United States, including northern Arizona, northwest Colorado, Nevada, and Utah. This rock formation is particularly prominent in southeastern Utah, where it forms attractions in a number of national parks and monuments

Winged bean
The Winged bean , also known as the Goa bean and Asparagus Pea and Winged Pea, is a tropical legume plant native to New Guinea. It grows abundantly in hot, humid equatorial countries, from the Philippines and Indonesia to India, Burma, Thailand and Sri Lanka. It does well in humid tropics with high rainfall

The wingspan of an airplane or a bird, is the distance from one wingtip to the other wingtip. For example, the Boeing 777 has a wingspan of about ; and a Wandering Albatross caught in 1965 had a wingspan of , the official record for a living bird.The term wingspan, more technically extent, is also used for other winged animals such as

Wingtip vortices
Wingtip vortices are tubes of circulating air that are left behind a wing as it generates lift. One wingtip vortex trails from the tip of each wing. The cores of vortices spin at very high speed and are regions of very low pressure

WinMerge is a free software tool for file comparison and merging text-like files. It is useful for determining what has changed between versions, and then merging changes between versions.The project is currently dormant.WinMerge runs on Microsoft Windows.

Winneba, traditionally known as Simpa, also known as the Land of the Gharteys because its royals and many of its inhabitants bear this name,

Winning is a 1969 American motion picture starring Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward. A number of racecar drivers and people associated with racing appear in the film, including Bobby Unser, Tony Hulman, Bobby Grim, Dan Gurney, Roger McCluskey, and Bruce Walkup.-Plot summary:The film centers on professional racecar driver Frank Capua and his wife Elora Winning is a 1969 American motion picture starring Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward. A number of racecar drivers and people associated with racing appear in the film, including Bobby Unser, Tony Hulman, Bobby Grim, Dan Gurney, Roger McCluskey, and Bruce Walkup.-Plot summary:The film centers on professional racecar driver Frank Capua and his wife Elora Winning is a 1969 American motion picture starring Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward. A number of racecar drivers and people associated with racing appear in the film, including Bobby Unser, Tony Hulman, Bobby Grim, Dan Gurney, Roger McCluskey, and Bruce Walkup.-Plot summary:The film centers on professional racecar driver Frank Capua and his wife Elora (Newman and Woodward, who

Winnipeg Folk Festival
The Winnipeg Folk Festival is a summer folk music festival held in Birds Hill Provincial Park, near Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. It features a variety of folk artists from all around the world, as well as a number of local folk performers.

Winnipeg Jets
The Winnipeg Jets were a professional ice hockey team based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. They began play in the World Hockey Association in 1972, moving to the National Hockey League in 1979 following the collapse of the WHA

Winona Ryder
Winona Ryder is an American actress. She made her film debut in the 1986 film Lucas. Ryder's first significant role came in Tim Burton's Beetlejuice as a goth teenager, which won her critical and commercial recognition

WinSCP is a free and open source SFTP, SCP, and FTP client for Microsoft Windows. Its main function is secure file transfer between a local and a remote computer. Beyond this, WinSCP offers basic file manager and file synchronization functionality

Winslow House
The Winslow House is a building in River Forest, Illinois designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Built on a private street on the Edward Waller estate, the Winslow House was Wright's first important independent commission and his first attempt at reinventing the traditional house.In 1894, the Winslow house was a marked departure from the traditional homes in the Oak Park/River Forest

Winston (cigarette)
Winston cigarettes are manufactured by R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company or its newer incarnation as RJR Nabisco and/or its affiliates.The brand was introduced in 1954, and became the best-selling brand of cigarettes in the United States

Winston Churchill
Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill, was a predominantly Conservative British politician and statesman known for his leadership of the United Kingdom during the Second World War. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest wartime leaders of the century and served as Prime Minister twice

Winston Peters
Winston Raymond Peters is a New Zealand politician and leader of New Zealand First, a political party he founded in 1993. Peters has had a turbulent political career since entering Parliament in 1978. He served as Minister of Maori Affairs in the Bolger National Party Government before being sacked in 1991 and losing party endorsement for his Tauranga seat

Winston tastes good like a cigarette should
"Winston tastes good like a cigarette should" is an enduring slogan that appeared in newspaper, magazine, radio, and television advertisements for Winston cigarettes from the brand's introduction in 1954 until 1972. It is one of the best-known American tobacco advertising campaigns

Winter Gardens, Blackpool
The Winter Gardens is a large entertainment complex in the town centre of Blackpool, Lancashire, England. It has twelve different venues, including a theatre, ballroom and conference facilities. Opened in 1878, it is a Grade II* listed building, incorporating various elements built between 1875 and 1939