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People (Howard Jones album)
People is officially Howard Jones's seventh album, released in 1998. After the US release on Ark 21 Records, People was a global release via Jones' own record label dtox. The album is a reworked version of the 1997 Japanese-only release Angels & Lovers

Peoples (store)
Peoples is a defunct chain of department stores located in the Puget Sound area of Washington.The company was founded in 1888 in downtown Tacoma. The flagship store opened in 1895 at the corner of Pacific and 11th Street, which was the main intersection of downtown at the time

PEP
PEP may refer to:In computing:*Packetized Ensemble Protocol, used by Telebit modems*PEP tool, a programming environment based on Petri nets

Pep
Pep is energy or high spirits; it may refer to:* Politically exposed person* Pep band, an ensemble of instrumentalists* Pep, a slang term for amphetamine* Pep, the dog in the Putt-Putt series* Neilson's 'Pep'-brand mint-chocolate pattie* Pep, New Mexico

Pepa
Pepa may refer to:*Pepa, Democratic Republic of the Congo, a village in northeastern Katanga province with a population around 4,000*Pepa Airport, an airstrip in the Democratic Republic of the Congo near Pepa village

PEPA (drug)
PEPA is an ampakine drug which acts as an allosteric potentiator of AMPA receptor desensitisation, which is up to 100x more potent than aniracetam in vitro. It produces memory-enhancing effects in rats when administered intravenously.-References:

Pepa (musical instrument)
'Pepa' is a flute-like musical instrument that is used in traditional music in Assam.It is usually with very short stem made from small diameter bamboo/cane/reed with the end away from the mouth capped with the horn of a buffalo.

Pepi
Pepi is the name of:* Pepi I Meryre, the third pharaoh of the Sixth dynasty of Egypt * Pepi II Neferkare, the fifth pharaoh of the Sixth dynasty of Egypt * Pepi III, the seventh pharaoh of the Hyksos Sixteenth dynasty of Egypt

Peplum
Peplum originates in the Greek word for 'tunic' and may refer to one of the following:*A genre of Italian films also known as 'Sword and Sandal'*Peplos, a kind of women's garment in ancient Greece*Veil

Pepo (film)
Pepo is an Armenian film directed by Hamo Beknazarian which is based on Gabriel Sundukyan's 1876 play of the same name. Pepo was the first Armenian sound film ever created

Pepo (jurist)
Pepo was an 11th century consultant judge who became the first law teacher at the University of Bologna. His teaching was based on Justinian's compilations of Roman law, including the Code, Institutes, and Digest.

Pepper
- Plants and plant products :The genus Piper of the pepper family , including for example:* Black pepper, white and green pepper, Piper nigrum* Cubeb, Piper cubeba, also known as Java pepper* Long pepper, Piper longum

Pepper (song)
"Pepper" is a song by American alternative rock band Butthole Surfers. It appeared on their 1996 album Electriclarryland, and reached number one on Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks chart

Pepper (volleyball)
In volleyball, pepper, usually used as a verb, is a very popular warm-up drill, generally involving two players. Variations with more players exist.

Peppercorn
The original meaning of peppercorn is the fruit of black pepper.It may also refer to:* Peppercorn , a very small payment used to satisfy the requirements for the creation of a legal contractOther plants:*Peppercorn tree*Sichuan peppercorn

Peppermint
Peppermint is a hybrid mint, a cross between the watermint and spearmint . The plant, indigenous to Europe, is now widespread in cultivation throughout all regions of the world

Peppermint (film)
Peppermint is a 1999 Greek film directed by Costas Kapakas. It was Greece's submission to the 73rd Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee.-See also:*Cinema of Greece

Pepperoni
Pepperoni is a spicy Italian-American variety of salami usually made from cured pork and beef, but poultry may be added, if labeled correctly, for less expensive versions. Pepperoni is characteristically soft, slightly smoky, and bright red in color

Pepsin
Pepsin is an enzyme whose precursor form is released by the chief cells in the stomach and that degrades food proteins into peptides. It was discovered in 1836 by Theodor Schwann who also coined its name from the Greek word pepsis, meaning digestion

Peptide
Peptides are short polymers of amino acid monomers linked by peptide bonds. They are distinguished from proteins on the basis of size, typically containing less than 50 monomer units. The shortest peptides are dipeptides, consisting of two amino acids joined by a single peptide bond

Peptization
Peptization is the process responsible for the formation of stable dispersion of colloidal particles in water. This is particularly important in colloid chemistry or for precipitation reactions in an aqueous solution. When colloidal particles bear a same sign electric charge, they mutually repel each others and cannot aggregate together

Per (storm)
Per was the name of a powerful storm with hurricane winds which hit the west coast of Sweden and Norway on the morning of 14 January 2007. In Sweden six people died from the storm and approximately 300,000 households were left without electricity.

Per se
Per se may refer to:*Per se, a Latin phrase meaning "in itself".*Illegal per se, the legal usage in criminal and anti-trust law*Negligence per se, legal use in tort law*Per Se , a New York City restaurant-See also:

Per Sempre
"Per Sempre" is the title of two songs:* "Per Sempre" , a 2006 song by Bloom 06 from their album Crash Test 01* "Per Sempre" , a 2008 song by Marco Carta from his album Ti Brucia

Per Sempre (Bloom 06 song)
"Per Sempre" is the second single off Bloom 06's album Crash Test 01. The single was released on March 9, 2007.The single contains an album mix, two other remixes of "Per Sempre" and a remix of the band's song "The Crash" from band members, Jeffrey Jey and Maurizio Lobina

Per Sempre (song)
"Per Sempre" was the first single by Italian singer Marco Carta. It is from his album Ti Brucia.It was realised in Italy in March 2008 and has obtained a good success.-Chart performance:

Perak (disambiguation)
Perak is the second-largest state in Peninsular Malaysia.Perak may also refer to:* Perak River* Perak football team* Tun Perak, a bendahara of the Sultanate of Malacca* Pérák, the Spring Man of Prague, a figure from Czechoslovakian folklore

Peralta (Mesoamerican site)
Peralta is a prehispanic mesoamerican archaeological site located in the municipality of Abasolo, Guanajuato, just outside the village of San Jose de Peralta in the Mexican state of Guanajuato. The site is reached via Mexico highway 90 of from Irapuato. Approximately 15.5 km south of the intersection with Mexico highway 45, take the Irapuato-Huanimaro route southeast

Perambulator
Perambulator may refer to*a kind of baby transport*a surveyor's wheel

PERC
PERC may stand for:* Policy and Economic Research Council, a Durham, North Carolina-based economic policy think tank* Pan-European Regional Council the European trade union arm of the International Trade Union Confederation

Perca (Vogošca)
Perca is village in Vogošća municipality, near Sarajevo, Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bosnia and Herzegovina.-References:* Official results from the book: Ethnic composition of Bosnia-Herzegovina population, by municipalities and settlements, 1991. census, Zavod za statistiku Bosne i Hercegovine - Bilten no.234, Sarajevo 1991.

Percale
Percale or Percalcos is a closely woven plain-weave fabric often used for bed covers.The term describes the weave of the fabric, not its content, so percale could be a blend of 50% cotton and 50% polyester, 100% cotton, or a blend of other fabrics in any ratio

Percentage
In mathematics, a percentage is a way of expressing a number as a fraction of 100 . It is often denoted using the percent sign, “%”, or the abbreviation “pct”. For example, 45% is equal to 45/100, or 0.45.Percentages are used to express how large/small one quantity is, relative to another quantity

Percentage point
Percentage points are the unit for the arithmetic difference of two percentages.Consider the following hypothetical example: in 1980, 40 percent of the population smoked, and in 1990 only 30 percent smoked

Percentile
In statistics, a percentile is the value of a variable below which a certain percent of observations fall. For example, the 20th percentile is the value below which 20 percent of the observations may be found

Perception
Perception is the process of attaining awareness or understanding of the environment by organizing and interpreting sensory information. All perception involves signals in the nervous system, which in turn result from physical stimulation of the sense organs

Perception (disambiguation)
Perception is the process of attaining awareness or understanding of sensory information.Perception may also refer to:* Perception , a 2005 alternative rock album

Perception (The Doors album)
Perception is a fortieth-anniversary edition twelve-disc box set by The Doors. The CDs contain the 1999 remastered editions of all the Jim Morrison albums, while the DVD-Audio discs contain new "40th Anniversary" surround remixes of them as well as visual extras. Each album includes extra tracks consisting of previously unreleased session outtakes

Perception (TV series)
Perception was an early evening quiz programme which was produced by Granada Television and aired on the ITV network for 1 series in 1989, the programme was hosted by Alison Holloway.-Gameplay:

Perceptual (album)
-Track listing: All tracks composed by Brian Blade; except where indicated# "Perceptual" – 6:28# "Evinrude-Fifty " – 7:56# "Reconciliation" – 6:44# "Crooked Creek" – 9:10# "Patron Saint of Girls" – 2:40

Perch
Perch is a common name for fish of the genus Perca, freshwater gamefish belonging to the family Percidae. The perch, of which there are three species in different geographical areas, lend their name to a large order of vertebrates: the Perciformes, from the Greek perke meaning spotted, and the Latin forma meaning shape

Perch (unit of measure)
A perch is as a unit of measurement used for length, area, and volume in a number of systems of measurement. Its name derives from the Ancient Roman unit, the pertica.-Origin:

Perchlorate
Perchlorates are the salts derived from perchloric acid . They occur both naturally and through manufacturing. They have been used as a medicine for more than 50 years to treat thyroid gland disorders. They are used extensively within the pyrotechnics industry, and ammonium perchlorate is also a component of solid rocket fuel

Perchloric acid
Perchloric acid is the inorganic compound with the formula HClO4. Usually encountered as an aqueous solution, this colourless compound is a strong acid comparable in strength to sulfuric and nitric acids. It is a powerful oxidizer, but its aqueous solutions up to appr. 70% are remarkably inert, only showing strong acid properties and no other oxidizing properties

Perciformes
The Perciformes, also called the Percomorphi or Acanthopteri, is one of the largest orders of vertebrates, containing about 40% of all bony fish. Perciformes means perch-like. They belong to the class of ray-finned fish and comprise over 7,000 species found in almost all aquatic environments

Percoidea
Percoidea is a superfamily of fish of the order Perciformes.

Percoidei
Percoidei is one of eighteen suborders of bony fish in the order Perciformes. Many commercially harvested fish species are contained in this suborder, including the snappers, jacks, whitings, groupers, bass, perches and porgies.-Divisions:

Percy
The name "Percy" derives from the village of Percy-en-Auge in Normandy from which was derived the British surname, first taken by the Norman lords of Northumbria. From there it came into use as a given name.-Places:* Percy-en-Auge, Calvados, France

Percy (given name)
Percy is both a given name in its own right, and a short form of the given name Percival or Perseus.The following list includes people with the given name Percy:* Percy Addleshaw , English barrister and writer* Percy Adlon Percy is both a given name in its own right, and a short form of the given name Percival or Perseus.The following list includes people with the given name Percy:* Percy Addleshaw (1866–1916), English barrister and writer* Percy Adlon Percy is both a given name in its own right, and a short form of the given name Percival or Perseus.The following list includes people with the given name Percy:* Percy Addleshaw (1866–1916), English barrister and writer* Percy Adlon (b

Percy (surname)
The following list includes people with the surname Percy:* Charles H. Percy , businessman, special ambassador, politician, Senator Illinois-R * George Percy , English explorer and author, governor of Virginia

Perdicinae
The Perdicinae are birds in a subfamily in the pheasant family, the Phasianidae. They are a non-migratory Old World group.These are medium-sized birds, and are native to Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Middle East

Perdido (Juan Tizol song)
"Perdido" is a jazz-song composed by Juan Tizol and was first recorded on December 3, 1941 by Duke Ellington. In 1944, Ervin Drake and Hans Lengsfelder were enlisted to write lyrics for the tune.

Perdita (genus)
Perdita is a large genus of bees native to North America, particularly diverse in the desert regions of the United States and Mexico. There are over 700 recognized species and subspecies of Perdita, plus some 200 more as yet unnamed

Perdita (The Winter's Tale)
Perdita is one of the heroines of William Shakespeare's play, The Winter's Tale. She is the daughter of Leontes, King of Sicilia, and his wife Hermione.

Perdition (play)
Perdition is a controversial play by Jim Allen.It deals with a libel action in Israel a few years after the Second World War, which looks into alleged collaboration during the War between the leadership of the Zionist movement in Hungary and the Nazis.

Perdix
Perdix is a genus of partridges with representatives in most of temperate Europe and Asia. One member of the genus, the Grey Partridge, has been introduced to the United States and Canada.

Peregrinatio
Peregrinatio may refer to:*a crusade*the Peregrinatio Sancti Petri, a papal institution for assistance to pilgrims to Rome and certain other pious sites and eventsIt occurs as or in the title of several notable texts:

Peregrine
Peregrine, Latin Peregrinus, is a name originally meaning "one from abroad", that is, a foreigner, traveller, or pilgrim. It may refer to:- Birds :* Peregrine Falcon, a bird of prey* The Peregrine Fund, a bird conservation organization- People :

Peregrine (band)
Peregrine is an indie rock band from Sydney, Australia.-Early career:Peregrine began as the vehicle for the performance of songs written by Brett Winterford, who after several early line-up changes settled on drummer Mathew Smith and bassist Dane Higgins , and guitarist Felix Akurangi .Winning a local band competition in Sydney's beachside

Peregrine (comics)
Le Peregrine is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe.-Fictional character biography:Alain Racine was born in Moulins, France

Peregrino
Peregrino is an oil field located offshore Brazil east of Rio de Janeiro in the southwest part of the Campos Basin area, with about of oil in place within the sanctioned area - discovered in 2004. The field was formerly known as Chinook.

Peregrinus (Roman)
Peregrinus was the term used during the early Roman empire, from 30 BC to 212 AD, to denote a free provincial subject of the Empire who was not a Roman citizen. Peregrini constituted the vast majority of the Empire's inhabitants in the 1st and 2nd centuries AD

Peremptory
Peremptory can refer to any of the following concepts in law:* Peremptory challenge* Peremptory norm* Peremptory plea

Perennial (disambiguation)
Perennial is a word with several meanings relating to yearly or ongoing activity. Perennial may refer to:* Perennial plant, a plant which lives for more than two growing seasons, including all trees and shrubs. See also Perennial vegetable

Wynn Bullock
Wynn Bullock is a recognized American master photographer of the 20th Century whose work is included in over 90 major museum collections around the world

Wynne Prakusya
Wynne Prakusya is an Indonesian tennis player.Her highest achievements includes reaching the 1998 Australian Open junior finals and the 1998 Wimbledon and US Open junior QF.Her Highest Rank is 74 in 2002.-Singles Titles:

Wynonie Harris
Wynonie Harris , born in Omaha, Nebraska, was an American blues shouter and rhythm and blues singer of upbeat songs, featuring humorous, often ribald lyrics. With fifteen Top 10 hits between 1946 and 1952, Harris is generally considered one of rock and roll's forerunners, influencing Elvis Presley among others

Wynonna Judd
Wynonna Ellen Judd is an American country music singer. Her solo albums and singles are all credited to the singular name Wynonna. Wynonna first rose to fame in the 1980s alongside her mother, Naomi, in the country music duo The Judds

Wyoming
Wyoming is a state in the mountain region of the Western United States. The western two thirds of the state is covered mostly with the mountain ranges and rangelands in the foothills of the Eastern Rocky Mountains, while the eastern third of the state is high elevation prairie known as the High Plains. Wyoming is the least populous U.S. state, with a U.S

Wyoming Commemorative Association
Wyoming Commemorative Association was founded in 1878 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Wyoming . This American Revolutionary War battle was fought on July 3, 1778, near Wilkes-Barre in present day Exeter, Pennsylvania.The Association was informally organized in 1877 to prepare for the centennial anniversary of the battle

Wyoming County, West Virginia
Wyoming County is a county located in the U.S. state of West Virginia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 23,796. Its county seat is Pineville. Wyoming County was created in 1850 from Logan County and named for the Delaware Indian word meaning "large plains."-Geography:According to the U.S

Wyoming Territory
The Territory of Wyoming was an organized incorporated territory of the United States that existed from July 25, 1868, until July 10, 1890, when it was admitted to the Union as the State of Wyoming. Cheyenne was the territorial capital

Wyrd
Wyrd is a concept in Anglo-Saxon culture roughly corresponding to fate or personal destiny. The word is ancestral to Modern English weird, which retains its original meaning only dialectally.

Wyre Forest
Wyre Forest is a large, semi-natural woodland and forest which straddles the borders of Worcestershire and Shropshire, England.The Wyre Forest district of Worcestershire takes its name from the forest, despite the fact that much of the woodland does not lie within the district's boundaries, but rather in Shropshire.-Natural history:The forest covers an area of 2,634 hectares

WYTV
WYTV is the ABC-affiliated television station for the Mahoning Valley of Northeastern Ohio and Northwestern Pennsylvania that is licensed to Youngstown. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 36 from a transmitter on Shady Run Road in Boardman Township

WZAK
WZAK is a commercial FM radio station in Cleveland, Ohio, USA, broadcasting at 93.1 MHz with an Urban Adult Contemporary format. WZAK is Cleveland FM affiliate for Tom Joyner's syndicated morning show and Michael Baisden's Love Lust and Lies afternoon show.WZAK began as an ethnic radio station, signing on the air on May 26, 1963