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Peculator is a genus of sea snails, marine gastropod molluscs in the family Volutomitridae, one family of mitres.-Species:Species within the genus Peculator include:* Peculator bacatus* Peculator hedleyi

Peculiar may refer to:* Peculiar , an album by The Slackers* Peculiar, a comic strip, later published as a book, by cartoonist Richard Sala* In the Church of England, a Peculiar, is an extra-diocesan place of worship

The word pedal comes from the Latin and relates to the foot.A pedal is a lever activated by one's foot. The term "foot pedal" is redundant, and should be avoided

Pedalboard may refer to:* Pedal keyboard, a set of pedals analogous to a manual keyboard* Guitar pedalboard, a container for guitar effects pedals

A pedant is a person who is excessively concerned with formalism and precision, or who makes a show of his or her learning.-Etymology:The English language word "pedant" comes from the French pédant or its older mid-15th Century Italian source pedante, "teacher, schoolmaster"

Peddle (surname)
Peddle is a surname, and may refer to:* Ambrose Peddle , retired Canadian politician* Chuck Peddle , computer hardware engineer* Julian Peddle , entrepreneur

A peddler, in British English pedlar, also known as a canvasser, cheapjack, monger, or solicitor , is a travelling vendor of goods. In England, the term was mostly used for travellers hawking goods in the countryside to small towns and villages; they might also be called tinkers or gypsies

Pede is a surname, and may refer to:* Enzo Di Pede , Canadian soccer player* Jean Pede , Belgian liberal politician

Pederasty or paederasty is an intimate relationship between an adult and an adolescent boy outside his immediate family. The word pederasty derives from Greek "love of boys", a compound derived from "child, boy" and "lover".Historically, pederasty has existed as a variety of customs and practices within different cultures

Pedestal is a term generally applied to the support of a statue or a vase.

A pedestrian is a person traveling on foot, whether walking or running. In some communities, those traveling using roller skates or skateboards are also considered to be pedestrians. In modern times, the term mostly refers to someone walking on a road or footpath, but this was not the case historically.-History:Walking has always been the primary means of human locomotion

Pediatric Dentistry
Pediatric dentistry Pediatric dentistry Pediatric dentistry (formerly pedodontics (American English) or paedodontics (Commonwealth English) is the branch of dentistry dealing with childrenfrom birth through adolescence

Pedicel (botany)
A pedicel is a stem that attaches single flowers to the main stem of the inflorescence. It is the branches or stalks that hold each flower in an inflorescence that contains more than one flower.

Pediculosis is an infestation of lice — blood-feeding ectoparasitic insects of the order Phthiraptera. The condition can occur in almost any species of warm-blooded animal , including humans

A pedicure is a way to improve the appearance of the feet and the nails. It provides a similar service to a manicure. The word pedicure refers to superficial cosmetic treatment of the feet and toenails

Pedigree can refer to the lineage or genealogical descent of people, whether documented or not, or of animals, whether purebred or not. This can include:-Concepts and documents:

Pedigree (law)
Pedigree is the legal principle that allows a witness to testify as to his name and certain family details under the American and English common law concepts of evidence with no additional foundation. Otherwise, establishing the identity of the witness would waste much of the court's time

Pediophobia, also known as the fear of dolls, is a relatively common kind of phobia. It is an anxiety disorder that can be associated with a range of dolls from old-fashioned china dolls and porcelain dolls to dolls that talk and move

Pedlar may refer to:* The British English form and original spelling of peddler-Places:* Pedlar Island, Ontario, Canada* Pedlar River, Virginia, USA* Pedlar Wildlife Management Area in Monongalia County, West Virginia-Given names and nicknames:

Pedology may refer to:*Pedology *Pedology *Pediatrics

A pedometer is a device, usually portable and electronic or electromechanical, that counts each step a person takes by detecting the motion of the person's hips

As a medical diagnosis, pedophilia is defined as a psychiatric disorder in adults or late adolescents typically characterized by a primary or exclusive sexual interest in prepubescent children

Pedro or the archaic Pêro is a masculine given name. It is a Portuguese, Galician and Spanish form of the name Peter, which is derived, via Latin "petra", from the Greek word "η πετρα" meaning "stone, rock"

The term peduncle has several meanings:*Peduncle , a stalk supporting an inflorescence, which is the part of the shoot of seed plants where flowers are formed

In medicine and zoology, a peduncle is a stalk-shaped mass of tissue. Pedunculated is a term that is used to describe a mass that has or is supported on a peduncle, such as a cyst or polyp.As opposed to sessile which lacks a stalk- References :*

Pee or PEE may refer to:*P, the 16th letter of the English alphabet*Urine or pee*Penny or pence*Pochonbo Electronic Ensemble, a North Korean electronica group*"Pee" , an episode of South Park

The term Peek or PEEK can mean more than one thing, depending on context:* peek   –verb look or glance quickly or furtively, especially through a small opening or from a concealed location; peep; peer.–noun

Polyether ether ketone is a colourless organic polymer thermoplastic used in engineering applications.-Synthesis:PEEK polymers are obtained by step-growth polymerization by the dialkylation of bisphenolate salts. Typical is the reaction of 4,4'-difluorobenzophenone with the disodium salt of hydroquinone, which is generated in situ by deprotonation with sodium carbonate

Peekaboo is a game played with babies. In the game, the older player hides his/her face, pops back into the baby's view, and says Peekaboo! sometimes followed by I see you!

Peekaboo (album)
Peekaboo is the second studio album of the synthpop duo Marsheaux. It was issued in 2006 by Undo Records.Upon its release in Marsheaux's native Greece in December 2006, it earned positive reviews from music critics. The album was formally released in the UK on 9 April 2007

Peel or Peeling can refer to:* Peel , rind or skin-Places:* Peel Park * Peel Street Australia* Peel * Peel River * Peel Island, QueenslandCanada* Peel, New Brunswick

Peel (band)
-Members:*Josh Permenter: guitar, vocals*Dakota Smith: guitar, vocals*Allison Moore: keyboards, vocals*Michael Rogers: bass*Anthony Castañeda: drums-External links:* *

Peel (software)
Peel is an MP3 blog reader/player/browser for Mac OS X. After you input an MP3 blog's URL, Peel generates a playlist of the available songs. From there, the user is able to listen to the songs, download the songs, and copy them into iTunes.

A peeler is a metal blade attached to a wooden, metal or plastic handle that is used to remove the outer skin or peel thus peeling certain vegetables, frequently potatoes, and fruits such as apples, pears, et cetera.There are three main varieties, the Lancashire design involving the blade as an extension of a handle, in much the same

Peeler (disambiguation)
A peeler is a metal blade attached to a handle that is used for peeling vegetables.Peeler may also refer to:People:* Anthony Peeler , American professional basketball player* Bob Peeler , Lieutenant Governor of South Carolina

Peen may refer to:* part of the head of a hammer, as for example in a ball-peen hammer * Peening accordingly means the working of metal by hitting with a hammer* slang for penis

Peep Show (Goudie album)
Peep Show is the debut album by Goudie. It was recorded at Brooklyn Bridge Studio in Austin, Texas. The song Julia is a collaboration between Johnny Goudie and Jane Wiedlin of The Go-Go's. The song When Will You Be Mine features vocals by Aimee Mann. The album was recorded twice

A peephole is a small opening through which one may look.In a door, a peephole allows people inside the security of seeing outside without opening the door

Peeping Tom
Peeping Tom is a nickname commonly given to voyeurs, particularly males. It originated with the legend of Lady Godiva, when a man named Tom watched her during her nude ride and was struck blind or dead.It may also refer to:In music

Peeping Tom (band)
Peeping Tom is a rock band led by Mike Patton. To date, they have released one eponymous album and two singles. Patton has enough material written for the project to possibly record two more albums.-Artists who have played with Peeping Tom:*Rahzel

Peeping Tom (magazine)
Peeping Tom was an award-winning British small press magazine in the 1990s, initially published by David Bell and edited by Stuart Hughes

Peeps are marshmallow candies, sold in the United States and Canada, that are shaped into chicks, bunnies, and other animals. There are also different shapes used for various holidays. Peeps are used primarily to fill Easter baskets, though recent ad campaigns tout the candy as "Peeps - Always in Season"

Peeps (disambiguation)
Peeps are marshmallow candies, sold in the United States and Canada, that are shaped into chicks, bunnies, and other animals.Peeps may also refer to:* Peeps , a plurality of human beings* Peeps , a 2005 science fiction novel

Peeps (novel)
Peeps is a 2005 novel by Scott Westerfeld revolving around a parasite which causes people to become cannibalistic and repelled by that which they once loved. It follows the protagonist, Cal Thompson, as he lives with this parasite and tries to uncover a possible threat to the whole population of the world

Peer may refer to:*People who are equal in such respects as age, education or social class etc., as in peer group*A member of the peerage, a system of honours or nobility in various countries*A variant of Peter in Scandinavic and Dutch languages

Peer Pressure (song)
"Peer Pressure" is the first single from Mobb Deep's debut album Juvenile Hell. It was released under the 4th & Broadway label. The b-side features the song "Flavor For The Non-Believers"

The Peerage is a legal system of largely hereditary titles in the United Kingdom, which constitute the ranks of British nobility and is part of the British honours system

Peercast may refer to:*Peercasting, multicasting a data stream using peer-to-peer technology*PeerCast, a particular open source implementation of this idea

Peerless (disambiguation)
Peerless may refer to:* Peerless, the American automobile* Peerless , the UK automobile* Peerless Records, the record company* Peerless, Indiana, a small town in the United States* Peerless, Utah, a ghost town

Peers is a surname, and may refer to:* Donald Peers* Edgar Allison Peers, an English academician* Gavin Peers* Kerry Peers* Michael Peers* Teddy Peers , Welsh international footballer

Pees may refer to:* Dean Pees , National Football League defensive coordinator* The Pees, a Japanese three-piece rock band* Urination-See also:* Peas* Pee * PEES, a family of thermoplastic polymers

PEG or Peg may refer to:Devices* Clothes peg* Tent peg* Tuning peg, on a musical instrument* Piton, in climbing* Part of a flatland BMX bicycleScience, medicince and computing

Peg (drinking)
A peg is an informal unit of measurement of alcoholic spirits; it is similar to a jigger. Peg measures for use in preparing alcoholic drinks can hold anywhere from 1 to 2 fluid ounces . In some jurisdictions the "peg" is a standardized measure.

Pegasus (CityNightLine)
The Pegasus is the name given to the CityNightLine line which services the Brig – Zürich HB – Amsterdam line:

Pegasus (Efteling)
Pegasus was a junior wooden roller coaster in the Dutch amusement park Efteling.-History and Details:In order to get the wooden coaster open before the opening of Disneyland Paris, the total project was completed in 7 months.

Peggy (given name)
Peggy is a female first name , derived from Margaret. It may refer to:In literature:*Peggy Kornegger, academic*Peggy Noonan, author*Peggy Parish, authorIn entertainment:*Peggy Ashcroft, actress

Peggy (Peggy Lee album)
Peggy is a 1977 album by Peggy Lee. It was arranged and conducted by Pete Moore.-Track listing:#The Hungry Years #Here Now Peggy is a 1977 album by Peggy Lee. It was arranged and conducted by Pete Moore.-Track listing:#The Hungry Years (Neil Sedaka, Howard Greenfield)#Here Now Peggy is a 1977 album by Peggy Lee. It was arranged and conducted by Pete Moore.-Track listing:#The Hungry Years (Neil Sedaka, Howard Greenfield)#Here Now (Mark A

PEI or Pei may refer to:Places:*Prince Edward Island, a province of Canada*Pei, Tibet, a town in Tibet*Pei County , a county in Xuzhou, Jiangsu, ChinaPeople:*I. M

A peignoir is a long outer garment for women frequently sheer and made of chiffon or other translucent fabrics. The word come from French peigner, to comb the hair describing a garment worn while brushing ones hair, originally referring to a dressing gown or bathrobe

Peins is a small village in Franekeradeel in the province Friesland of the Netherlands and has around 270 citizens .

Peint is the smallest tehsil of Nashik subdivision of Nashik district in Maharashtra, India.- References :

Peintre is a commune in the Jura department in Franche-Comté in eastern France.-Demographics:As of the census of 1999, the population was 135.The estimate for 2006 was 137.-References:*

Pejoratives , including name slurs, are words or grammatical forms that connote negativity and express contempt or distaste. A term can be regarded as pejorative in some social groups but not in others, e.g., hacker is a term used for computer criminals as well as quick and clever computer experts

WLTX, is the CBS-affiliated television station in Columbia, South Carolina. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 17 from a transmitter located in Lugoff, South Carolina. Syndicated programming on the station includes: The Andy Griffith Show, The Doctors, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and The Dr

WLVT-TV "PBS 39" is a Public Broadcasting Service member Public television station serving the Lehigh Valley region of Pennsylvania in the United States.The station signed on September 7, 1965 as a National Educational Television affiliate

Wm. Wrigley Jr. Company
The William Wrigley Jr. Company is a company headquartered in the Wrigley Building in Near North Side, Chicago, Illinois. The company was founded on April 1, 1891, originally selling products such as soap and baking powder. In 1892, William Wrigley, Jr., the company's founder, began packaging chewing gum with each can of baking powder

WMBN is an AM radio station broadcasting at 1340 kHz in Petoskey, Michigan, United States. The station, owned by MacDonald-Garber Broadcasting, airs Dial Global's satellite-delivered America's Best Music format of adult standards and soft adult contemporary oldies.WMBN went on the air in April 1947 and is the oldest continuously operating

WMCA, 570 AM, is a radio station in New York City, most known for its "Good Guys" Top 40 era in the 1960s. It is currently owned by Salem Communications and plays a Christian radio format

WMID is a radio station in Atlantic City, New Jersey which plays "the classic oldies". Its parent company is Equity Communications .

WMJI — branded Majic 105.7 — is a commercial radio station licensed to Cleveland, Ohio broadcasting a classic hits format. The station serves Cleveland, Akron and much of surrounding Northeast Ohio.

WMUR-TV is the ABC-affiliated television station for the state of New Hampshire that is licensed to Manchester. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on VHF channel 9 from a transmitter on the south peak of Mount Uncanoonuc in Goffstown. Owned by Hearst Television, the station has studios on South Commercial Street in downtown Manchester

WMYA-TV is the MyNetworkTV-affiliated television station for Upstate South Carolina and Western North Carolina licensed to Anderson, South Carolina. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 14 from a transmitter in Fountain Inn, South Carolina. The station can also be seen on Charter channel 5 and channel 9

WNBC, virtual channel 4 , is the flagship station of the NBC television network, located in New York City. WNBC's studios are co-located with NBC corporate headquarters at 30 Rockefeller Plaza in midtown Manhattan

WNCI is a radio station in Columbus, Ohio. Its official print brand identifier is WNCI 97.9 in a purple oval, while the station is known on-air as 97.9 WNCI

WNEM-TV is the CBS-affiliated television station for the Flint/Tri-Cities market in Michigan. It is licensed to Bay City, and broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 22 . Owned by the Meredith Corporation, the station has studios on North Franklin Street in downtown Saginaw, as well as a second newsroom in downtown Flint

WNEP-TV is the ABC-affiliated television station for northeastern Pennsylvania licensed to Scranton. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 50 from a transmitter on Penobscot Knob in Mountain Top

WNIR — branded "WNIR 100 FM" — is a talk radio station licensed to Kent, Ohio in the Akron, Ohio radio market. The station, along with sister station WJMP, and low power television station "The CAT" , is locally owned by Media-Com, Inc

WNYC is a set of call letters shared by a pair of co-owned, non-profit, public radio stations located in New York City.WNYC broadcasts on the AM band at 820 kHz, and WNYC-FM is at 93.9 MHz. Both stations are members of National Public Radio and carry distinct, but similar news/talk programs

Woburn Safari Park
Woburn Safari Park is a safari park located in Woburn, Bedfordshire in the UK. Visitors to the park can drive through the large animal exhibits, which contain species such as White Rhino, Elephants, Tigers and Black Bears

Woburn, Massachusetts
Woburn is a city in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA. The population was 38,120 at the 2010 census. Woburn is located north of Boston, Massachusetts, and just south of the intersection of I-93 and I-95.- History :

The Wodaabe or Bororo are a small subgroup of the Fulani ethnic group. They are traditionally nomadic cattle-herders and traders in the Sahel, with migrations stretching from southern Niger, through northern Nigeria, northeastern Cameroon, and the western region of the Central African Republic. The number of Wodaabe was estimated in 1983 to be 45,000

The Wodeyar dynasty was an Indian royal dynasty that ruled the Kingdom of Mysore from 1399 to 1947, until the independence of India from British rule and the subsequent unification of the Indian dominion and princely states into the Republic of India.The spelling Wodeyar/Wadiyar is found in most records and is used by the royal family members

WOIO, virtual channel 19 , is the CBS affiliate in Cleveland, Ohio. It is licensed to the nearby suburb of Shaker Heights. WOIO is owned by Raycom Media and its sister station to MyNetworkTV affiliate WUAB . The two stations share a studio facility in Cleveland and WOIO's transmitter is located in Parma, Ohio

Wojciech Jastrzebowski
Wojciech Jastrzębowski , was a Polish biologist, author of the term "Ergonomics".-Selected writings:* Rys ergonomji czyli nauki o pracy, opartej na prawdach poczerpniętych z Nauki Przyrody Wojciech Jastrzębowski (1799 Gierwaty - 1882 Warsaw), was a Polish biologist, author of the term "Ergonomics".-Selected writings:* Rys ergonomji czyli nauki o pracy, opartej na prawdach poczerpniętych z Nauki Przyrody Wojciech Jastrzębowski (1799 Gierwaty - 1882 Warsaw), was a Polish biologist, author of the term "Ergonomics".-Selected writings:* Rys ergonomji czyli nauki o pracy, opartej na prawdach poczerpniętych z Nauki Przyrody (The Outline of Ergonomics, i.e

Woking railway station
Woking railway station is a railway station in England, serving the town of Woking, Surrey. It is a major stop on the South Western Main Line and is used by many commuters

Wold Newton, East Riding of Yorkshire
Wold Newton is a small Yorkshire Wolds village and civil parish in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England. It is situated approximately south of Scarborough and north west of Bridlington. The hamlet of Fordon is also part of the civil parish of Wold Newton

Wole Soyinka
Akinwande Oluwole "Wole" Soyinka is a Nigerian writer, poet and playwright. He was awarded the 1986 Nobel Prize in Literature, where he was recognised as a man "who in a wide cultural perspective and with poetic overtones fashions the drama of existence", and became the first African in Africa and in Diaspora to be so honoured

Wolf and Sheepdog
Ralph E. Wolf and Sam Sheepdog are characters in a series of animated cartoons in the Warner Bros. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies line of cartoons. They were created by Chuck Jones.

Wolf Creek Dam
The Wolf Creek Dam is a multi-purpose dam on the Cumberland River in the western part of Russell County, Kentucky, United States. The dam serves at once four distinct purposes: it generates hydroelectricity; it regulates and limits flooding; it releases stored water to permit year-round navigation on the lower Cumberland River; and it creates Lake Cumberland for recreation, which has

Wolf reintroduction
Wolf reintroduction involves the artificial reestablishment of a population of wolves in areas where they have been extirpated. Wolf reintroduction is only considered where large tracts of suitable wilderness still exist and where certain prey species are abundant enough to support a predetermined wolf population.-In Arizona and New Mexico:The five last known wild Mexican grey

Wolf spider
Wolf spiders are members of the family Lycosidae, from the Ancient Greek word "" meaning "wolf". They are robust and agile hunters with good eyesight. They live mostly solitary lives and hunt alone. Some are opportunistic hunters pouncing upon prey as they find it or even chasing it over short distances

A wolfdog is a canid hybrid resulting from the mating of a wolf and a dog . The term "wolfdog" is preferred by most of the animals' proponents and breeders because the domestic dog recently was taxonomically recategorized as a subspecies of wolf

Wolfeboro, New Hampshire
Wolfeboro is a town in Carroll County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 6,269 at the 2010 census. A venerable resort area situated beside Lake Winnipesaukee, Wolfeboro includes the village of Wolfeboro Falls

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart , baptismal name Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart , was a prolific and influential composer of the Classical era. He composed over 600 works, many acknowledged as pinnacles of symphonic, concertante, chamber, piano, operatic, and choral music

Wolfgang Suschitzky
Wolf Suschitzky BSC , is a cinematographer and photographer.Suschitzky was born above his family’s socialist bookshop. In an interview at the age of 95 in September 2007, he recalled boyhood memories of the excitement that greeted the Russian Revolution in 1917

Wolfmother is an Australian rock band from Erskineville, Sydney. Formed in 2000, the group was originally a trio composed of vocalist and guitarist Andrew Stockdale, bassist and keyboardist Chris Ross and drummer Myles Heskett. Wolfmother released their self-titled debut album in October 2005, which reached number three on the Australian ARIA Albums Chart

Wolframite WO4, is an iron manganese tungstate mineral that is the intermediate between ferberite and huebernite . Along with scheelite, the wolframite series are the most important tungsten ore minerals. Wolframite is found in quartz veins and pegmatites associated with granitic intrusives

Wolfville, Nova Scotia
Wolfville is a small town in the Annapolis Valley, Kings County, Nova Scotia, Canada, located about northwest of the provincial capital, Halifax. As of 2006, the population was 3,772.

Wollastonite is a calcium inosilicate mineral that may contain small amounts of iron, magnesium, and manganese substituting for calcium. It is usually white. It forms when impure limestone or dolostone is subjected to high temperature and pressure sometimes in the presence of silica-bearing fluids as in skarns or contact metamorphic rocks

Wolverhampton is a city and metropolitan borough in the West Midlands, England. For Eurostat purposes Walsall and Wolverhampton is a NUTS 3 region and is one of five boroughs or unitary districts that comprise the "West Midlands" NUTS 2 region

Woman in the Dunes
is a film directed by Hiroshi Teshigahara and based on the novel of the same name by Kōbō Abe. The novel was published in 1962, and the film was released in 1964. Kōbō Abe also wrote the screenplay for the film version.

Women in Iran
Iranian women in this article refers to women of, or from, traditional Persian or modern Iranian culture.-Depictions and appearance:

Women in Love
Women in Love is a novel by British author D. H. Lawrence published in 1920. It is a sequel to his earlier novel The Rainbow , and follows the continuing loves and lives of the Brangwen sisters, Gudrun and Ursula. Gudrun Brangwen, an artist, pursues a destructive relationship with Gerald Crich, an industrialist

Women's Army Corps
The Women's Army Corps was the women's branch of the US Army. It was created as an auxiliary unit, the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps on 15 May 1942 by Public Law 554, and converted to full status as the WAC in 1943

Women's Rights National Historical Park
Women's Rights National Historical Park was established in 1980, and covers a total of 6.83 acres of land in Seneca Falls and nearby Waterloo, New York.

Women's Royal Naval Service
The Women's Royal Naval Service was the women's branch of the Royal Navy.Members included cooks, clerks, wireless telegraphists, radar plotters, weapons analysts, range assessors, electricians and air mechanics

Wonderland Trail
The Wonderland Trail is an approximately 93 mile hiking trail that circumnavigates Mount Rainier in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington, United States. The trail goes over many ridges of Mount Rainier for a cumulative of elevation gain. The trail was built in 1915

Wonky hole
A Wonky hole is the Australian term for submarine freshwater springs on the seabed in the Great Barrier Reef and the Gulf of Carpentaria of Queensland. Wonky holes can be found in the coral reef up to 60 km offshore.

Wood is a hard, fibrous tissue found in many trees. It has been used for hundreds of thousands of years for both fuel and as a construction material. It is an organic material, a natural composite of cellulose fibers embedded in a matrix of lignin which resists compression

Wood Badge
Wood Badge is a Scouting leadership program and the related award for adult leaders in the programs of Scout associations throughout the world. Wood Badge courses aim to make Scouters better leaders by teaching advanced leadership skills, and by creating a bond and commitment to the Scout movement

Wood Buffalo National Park
Wood Buffalo National Park, located in northeastern Alberta and southern Northwest Territories, is the largest national park in Canada at . The park was established in 1922 to protect the world's largest herd of free roaming Wood Bison, currently estimated at more than 5,000

Wood carving
Wood carving is a form of working wood by means of a cutting tool in one hand or a chisel by two hands or with one hand on a chisel and one hand on a mallet, resulting in a wooden figure or figurine, or in the sculptural ornamentation of a wooden object

Wood Duck
The Wood Duck or Carolina Duck is a species of duck found in North America. It is one of the most colourful of North American waterfowl.-Description:

Wood Hite
Robert Woodson "Wood" Hite was an outlaw and cousin of Frank and Jesse James. He was born around 1850 in Logan, Kentucky to Major George Burns and Nancy Gardner Hite . His mother was the sister of Robert Sallee James, the father of Frank and Jesse James of the James-Younger Gang, making Wood a first cousin to the James brothers

Wood Lane
Wood Lane is a street in London. It runs north from Shepherd's Bush, under the Westway past Wormwood Scrubs where it meets Scrubs Lane. The road is wholly in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham

Wood pellets
Wood pellets are a type of wood fuel, generally made from compacted sawdust or other wastes from sawmilling and other wood products manufacture, but also sometimes from sources such as whole-tree removal or tree tops and branches leftover after logging and which otherwise help replenish soil nutrients

Wood Pigeon
The Wood Pigeon is a species of bird in the Columba genus in the Columbidae family. It is a member of the dove and pigeon family Columbidae.- Distribution :

Wood stain
A wood stain consists of a colorant suspended or dissolved in a 'vehicle' or solvent. The suspension agent can be water, alcohol, petroleum distillate, or the actual finishing agent

Wood Stork
The Wood Stork is a large American wading bird in the stork family Ciconiidae. It was formerly called the "Wood Ibis", though it is not really an ibis.-Appearance:

Wood Turtle
The wood turtle is a turtle endemic to North America. It is in the genus Glyptemys, a designation given to only one other turtle: the bog turtle. The wood turtle reaches a carapace length of , its defining characteristic being the pyramidal pattern on its upper shell

Woodbine Racetrack
Woodbine Racetrack is a Canadian racetrack for Thoroughbred horse races located at 555 Rexdale Blvd. in the city of Toronto, Ontario. It is the only horseracing track in North America which stages, or is capable of staging, thoroughbred and standardbred horseracing programs on the same day

Woodblock printing
Woodblock printing is a technique for printing text, images or patterns used widely throughout East Asia and originating in China in antiquity as a method of printing on textiles and later paper.

Woodbury Common Premium Outlets
Woodbury Common Premium Outlets is an outlet center located in Central Valley, New York. The center is part of the Chelsea Premium Outlets group and takes its name from the town in which it is located

Woodbury Ski Area
Woodbury Ski Area is located in Woodbury, Connecticut. This small ski area is in New England. The skiing and snow tubing operations are serviced by a chairlift and multiple surface lifts. Known to local residents as "Rod's" after its owner.-External links:

Woodcut—occasionally known as xylography—is a relief printing artistic technique in printmaking in which an image is carved into the surface of a block of wood, with the printing parts remaining level with the surface while the non-printing parts are removed, typically with gouges

Woodes Rogers
Woodes Rogers was an English sea captain, privateer, and, later, the first Royal Governor of the Bahamas. He is known as the captain of the vessel that rescued the marooned Alexander Selkirk, whose plight is generally believed to have inspired Daniel Defoe's Robinson Crusoe.Rogers came from an affluent seafaring family, grew up in Poole and Bristol,

Woodland Cemetery, Dayton, Ohio
Woodland Cemetery and Arboretum , located at 118 Woodland Avenue, Dayton, Ohio, is one of the oldest "garden" cemeteries in the United States.

Woodland Kingfisher
The Woodland Kingfisher is a tree kingfisher.-Description:This is a medium-sized kingfisher, 20–23 cm in length. The adult has a bright blue back, wing panel and tail. Its head, neck and underparts are white, and its shoulders are black. The flight of the Woodland Kingfisher is rapid and direct

Woodland Strawberry
Fragaria vesca, commonly called wild strawberries or woodland strawberry, is a plant that grows naturally throughout the Northern Hemisphere.

Woodlawn Cemetery, Bronx
Woodlawn Cemetery is one of the largest cemeteries in New York City and is a designated National Historic Landmark.A rural cemetery located in the Bronx, it opened in 1863, in what was then southern Westchester County, in an area that was annexed to New York City in 1874.The cemetery covers more than and is the resting place for more than 300,000 people

A woodlouse is a crustacean with a rigid, segmented, long exoskeleton and fourteen jointed limbs

Woodlouse spider
The woodlouse spider is a species of spider that preys exclusively upon woodlice.Other common names refer to variations on the common name of its prey

Woodpeckers are near passerine birds of the order Piciformes. They are one subfamily in the family Picidae, which also includes the piculets and wrynecks. They are found worldwide and include about 180 species.