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Avotakka
Avotakka is a Finnish interior design magazine published by the Finnish magazine publisher A-lehdet. The magazine is published once a month. Avotakka was first published in 1967. In 1971 it merged with an older Finnish design magazine "Kaunis koti" [Beautiful Home], which had first been published in 1948

Avram (disambiguation)
Avram or Abraham is the founding patriarch of the Israelites, Ishmaelites, Midianites and Edomite peoples.Avram may also refer to:* Avram , a masculine given name* Avram , a surname

AVRO (broadcaster)
AVRO is a Dutch public broadcasting association operating within the framework of the Nederlandse Publieke Omroep system.-Television programmes:* Andermans veren

Avro (disambiguation)
-Aviation:* Avro, a British aircraft manufacturer* Avro Canada, a Canadian aircraft manufacturer-Software:* Avro , a schema definition language based on JSON, developed in the Hadoop project

Avulsion
Avulsion in general refers to a tearing away. Specifically, it can refer to:* A type of amputation where the extremity is pulled off rather than cut off* Avulsion fracture* Avulsion injury, the removal of all the layers of skin from abrasion

Avvenire
Avvenire is an Italian daily newspaper affiliated with the Roman Catholic Church. It was founded in 1968 in Milan through the merger of two Catholic magazines: L'Avvenire d'Italia of Bologna and l'Italia of Milan.-History:

Avviso
Avvisi were hand-written newsletters used to convey political, military, and economic news quickly and efficiently throughout Europe, and more specifically Italy, during the early modern era

Awake
Wakefulness is a daily recurring brain state and state of consciousness in which an individual is conscious and engages in a coherent cognitive and behavior responses to the external world such as communication, ambulation, nutritional ingestion and procreation

Awake (Crematory album)
Awake is the fifth studio album by German band Crematory, distributed throughNuclear Blast Records.The release reflected the band's discontinuation with their doom/death metal, roots, opting for more keyboard-driven gothic metal with industrial music, ethnic fusion and clean baritone vocals/guttural death grunts.It would be the band's last album with guitarist Lotte Forst.-

Awake (George Acosta album)
- Credits :* Mixed by George Acosta* Photography by Carlos Amoedo* "L'Esperanza" Produced By: Svenson a.k.a. Sven Maes* "Follow Me" Produced by: Cosmic Gate * Mirror Written/Produced by: DJ Tiesto

Awake (Secondhand Serenade album)
Awake is the debut album by American acoustic rock musician, John Vesely, under the pseudonym Secondhand Serenade. The album was originally released as a demo, in 2005

Awaken
Awaken is an underground rock band / indie music project based in Belgium. They released two official albums and numerous demo tapes and web-only singles since their early days in 1988.

Awaken
Awaken may refer to:* Awaken , a Belgian group* Awaken * Awaken * Awaken * "Awaken" , a song by Yes* "Awaken", a song by Dethklok-See also:

Awaken (Natalie Grant album)
Awaken is an album by Christian singer Natalie Grant, released in 2005.- Track listing :# "Intro"# "Awaken"# "Something Beautiful"# "What Are You Waiting For"# "The Real Me"# "Another Day"# "Home"# "Captured"# "Held"# "You Move Me"

Awaken (song)
Awaken is a song by the British progressive rock band Yes released on their acclaimed 1977 album Going for the One. At 15 minutes and 31 seconds it is the longest track on the album, occupying most of the second side of the LP.

Awakening
Awakening or The Awakening may refer to:* Wakefulness, the state of being conscious-Religion:* Awakening , a Lutheran movement in Finland* Great Awakening, several periods of Anglo-American Christian revival

Awakening (album)
Awakening is the debut album of progressive metal band Narnia. The band is credited for skill, especially Carl Johan Grimmark, with his impressive neo-classical guitar solos, who was only 19 when this album was released.-European & Japanese Track Listing:

Awakening (comics)
Awakening, in comics, may refer to:* The Awakening by Stephen Blue, published in 1997 by Image Comics* The Awakening by Neal Shaffer and Luca Genovese, published in 2004 by Oni Press

Awakening (song)
"Awakening" is the second single off Switchfoot's sixth studio album, Oh! Gravity.. The single was released to radio in March 2007. It hit Hot AC radio stations with an impact day of March 26, 2007 and eventually peaked at No. 54 on that format's charts

Awan (Kuwait)
AWAN is an Arabic language newspaper based in Kuwait.

Award
An award is something given to a person or a group of people to recognize excellence in a certain field; a certificate of excellence. Awards are often signifiedby trophies, titles, certificates, commemorative plaques, medals, badges, pins, or ribbons

Award ceremony
An awards ceremony is an event and television programming genre where an award, of any type, is given to a person or people. Ceremonies are usually held at night, with guests wearing formal gowns and suits. They also usually have a host, with many categories for the awards. In the event that there are two 2nd place there will be no 3rd place awarded

Aware (disambiguation)
Aware is the adjectival form of awareness, the perception of or reaction to an event. It may also refer to:* Aware Electronics, the Taiwanese sub-notebook developer and design company* Aware Records, a record label owned by Columbia Records

Aware (Salvador album)
Aware is the Eighth album released by Salvador.-Track listing:#"Fly Again"#"What Would It Be Like"#"Aware"#"Everybody Needs You"#"Llevame"#"Undeniable"#"You Rescue Me"#"You Really Are"#"Free To Be"#"Here I Am"#"Brand New Love"

Aware (voluntary organisation)
Aware is a voluntary organisation based in Ireland which aims to assist people affected by depression.-Helpline:The Aware Helpline is a non directive listening service for people who experience depression and concerned family and friends. The Helpline offers a non judgemental listening ear to people who may be distressed or worried, or just need someone to talk to

Aware (woreda)
Aware is one of the 67 woredas in the Somali Region of Ethiopia. Part of the Degehabur Zone, Aware is bordered on the south by the Korahe Zone, on the west by Degehabur, on the north by the Jijiga Zone, and on the east by Misraq Gashamo

Awareness
Awareness is the state or ability to perceive, to feel, or to be conscious of events, objects or sensory patterns. In this level of consciousness, sense data can be confirmed by an observer without necessarily implying understanding. More broadly, it is the state or quality of being aware of something

Away
Away is a play written by the Australian playwright Michael Gow. First performed by the Griffin Theatre Company in 1986, it tells the story of three internally-conflicted families holidaying on the coast for Christmas, 1968

Away team (disambiguation)
Away team can refer to:* Away team, the landing party in a Star Trek episode* Away team, a sports team on the road, which loses the home advantage* Away Team, Sega employees charged with launching the Sega Saturn video game console

Awe
Awe is an emotion comparable to wonder but less joyous, and more fearful or respectful. Awe is defined in Robert Plutchik's Wheel of emotions as a combination of surprise and fear

Awe (disambiguation)
Awe is an emotion of respectful wonder.AWE or awe may also refer to:Organizations:* Atomic Weapons Establishment, which provides and maintains the UK's nuclear deterrent system* US Airways ICAO airline code

Awesome
Awesome means that which inspires awe.Sports:*Awesome Again, a Canadian Hall of Fame thoroughbred racehorse*Awesome Gem, thoroughbred racehorse sired by Awesome Again*Awesome Kong, an American female professional wrestler

Awesome (window manager)
awesome is a dynamic window manager for the X Window System developed in the C and Lua programming languages. The latter is also used for configuring and extending the window manager. Its development began as a fork of dwm

Awful
"Awful" is the twelfth single, and also third EP, by American alternative rock band Hole, from their third studio album Celebrity Skin. Released in April 1999 by Geffen Records as a CD single, the song's lyrics explore how the media and modern pop culture corrupt young girls and how they should rebel against this

Awful
Awful means extremely unpleasant, or of poor quality; also amazing, full of awe, awe-inspiring, awesomeAwful may also mean:* "Awful" , a 1999 single by the band Hole* Awful Orphan, a 1949 cartoon* Awful Gardner, a notorious gambler

Awl
An awl is a long pointed spike. It may be a:* Bradawl, a tool for making holes in wood* Scratch awl, a tool used for marking wood.* Stitching awl, a tool for piercing holes in leatherAwl or AWL may also refer to:

Awl
An awl is a long pointed spike. It may be a:* Bradawl, a tool for making holes in wood* Scratch awl, a tool used for marking wood.* Stitching awl, a tool for piercing holes in leatherAwl or AWL may also refer to:

Awn
In botany, an awn is either a hair- or bristle-like appendage on a larger structure, or in the case of the Asteraceae, a stiff needle-like element of the pappus.

Awn
AWN as an abbreviation may refer to:* Animation World Network, an online organization for animators* Avant Window Navigator, a dock-like bar that tracks open windows* Advance Wars Net, an Advance Wars fan siteAwn as a word or name may refer to:

Awning
An awning or overhang is a secondary covering attached to the exterior wall of a building. It is typically composed of canvas woven of acrylic, cotton or polyester yarn, or vinyl laminated to polyester fabric that is stretched tightly over a light structure of aluminium, iron or steel, possibly wood or transparent material An awning or overhang is a secondary covering attached to the exterior wall of a building. It is typically composed of canvas woven of acrylic, cotton or polyester yarn, or vinyl laminated to polyester fabric that is stretched tightly over a light structure of aluminium, iron or steel, possibly wood or transparent material An awning or overhang is a secondary covering attached to the exterior wall of a building. It is typically composed of canvas woven of acrylic, cotton or polyester yarn, or vinyl laminated to polyester fabric that is stretched tightly over a light structure of aluminium, iron or steel, possibly wood or transparent material (used to cover solar thermal panels in the summer, but

AWR
AWR may refer to:* Adventist World Radio* Automatic Workload Repository in Oracle Databases* Arab-West Report* Applied Wave Research

AWST
AWST may refer to:* Australian Western Standard Time. See Time in Australia* Aviation Week & Space Technology

AWW
AWW may refer to:* Algers, Winslow and Western Railway, a railroad* Antwerp Water Works in Antwerp, Belgium* The Art of Worldly Wisdom, a book* Australian Women's Weekly, a magazine* Ai Weiwei, Chinese artist

AX
AX may refer to:*Ax * AX register, a general-purpose 16-bit X86 register* .ax, the Internet country code top-level domain of the Åland Islands* Axe, tool and weapon* Åland Islands, ISO 3166-1 country code* Akrotiri and Dhekelia, FIPS 10-4 code

Axe
The axe, or ax, is an implement that has been used for millennia to shape, split and cut wood; to harvest timber; as a weapon; and as a ceremonial or heraldic symbol

Axe (grooming product)
Lynx is a brand of male grooming products, owned by the British/Dutch company Unilever and marketed towards young males.-History:Axe was launched in France in 1983 by Unilever

Axel (singer)
Axel Patricio Fernando Witteveen Pardo is an Argentine singer and song-writer.-Biography:Axel was born in 1977 in Rafael Calzada, Buenos Aires province. His last name is Flemish Belgian. He began his piano studies with his two brothers, encouraged by his parents, both of whom were great lovers of music

Axes
Axes may refer to:* Axes, woodworking hand tools* The plural of axis* Axes , a 2005 rock album by the British band Electrelane* X and Y axes, or X, Y, and Z axes, perpendicular lines used in the Cartesian coordinate system

Axes (album)
Axes is the third album by English rock group Electrelane.For the mostly instrumental album, Electrelane once again returned to Steve Albini's studio in Chicago. In the first recording session for Axes, the band played through the entire album in one take. This reflected the band's desire to have listeners of the album experience the band's live show

Axial
Axial may mean:* Along the same line as an axis of rotation in geometry* A type of modal frame in music* One of several anatomical directions in an animal body* Axial age, the period from 800 to 200 BC in China, India and the western world

Axillary
Axillary means "related to the axilla "."Axillary" may refer to:* Axillary artery* Axillary vein* Axillary nerve* Axillary bud

Axiology
Axiology is the philosophical study of value. It is either the collective term for ethics and aesthetics—philosophical fields that depend crucially on notions of value—or the foundation for these fields, and thus similar to value theory and meta-ethics

Axiology (album)
- Personnel :* Buckethead – guitars* Travis Dickerson – keyboards* Ramy Antoun – drums

Axiom (album)
-Track listing:# "Earth Erasure" – 3:19 # "Post-Apocalyptic Wastelands" – 5:08 # "Interloper" – 9:03 # "Desert Messiah" – 8:16 # "Sowers of Discord" – 7:07 # "The Axiom Depicted" – 11:02 -Credits:* Torstein J. Nipe - guitars

Axiomatic
* In mathematics, an "axiomatic" theory is one based on axioms* Axiomatic , a collection of short stories by Greg Egan* Axiomatic , a 2005 album by Australian band Taxiride

Axiomatic (album)
Axiomatic is the third studio album by Australian rock band Taxiride, released in September, 2005. Three singles were taken from this album, "Oh Yeah" , "You Gotta Help Me" and "What Can I Say"

Axis
Axis may refer to:In mathematics:*Axis of rotation, line around which an object rotates*Axis of symmetry, a line that divides a two-dimensional object into identical shapes

Axis (novel)
Axis is a science fiction novel by author Robert Charles Wilson, published in 2007. It is a direct sequel to Wilson's Hugo Award-winning Spin, published two years earlier. The novel was a finalist for the 2008 John W

Axis (Science Festival)
AXIS is a national-level technical festival held at the Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology in Nagpur, India. One of the largest technical festivals in India, the festival is organized annually at the end of September

Axis of Evil (album)
Axis of Evil is a 2003 album by the Belgian aggrotech act Suicide Commando.-Track listing:#"Cause of Death: Suicide"#"Consume Your Vengeance"#"Face of Death"#"The Reformation"#"One Nation Under God"#"Mordfabrik"#"Evildoer"#"Sterbehilfe"

Axis of evil (disambiguation)
Axis of evil is a term coined by George W. Bush to describe governments that he accused of sponsoring terrorism and seeking weapons of mass destruction.It may also refer to:* Axis of Evil , a 2004 French film

Axis of Evil (film)
Axis of Evil is a 2004 France-Canada co-production by Pascal Lièvre about a couple declaring their love for each other with the same words United States President George W. Bush used to announce a war on terrorism.-See also:*Baghdad or Bust

Axle
An axle is a central shaft for a rotating wheel or gear. On wheeled vehicles, the axle may be fixed to the wheels, rotating with them, or fixed to its surroundings, with the wheels rotating around the axle. In the former case, bearings or bushings are provided at the mounting points where the axle is supported

Axon
An axon is a long, slender projection of a nerve cell, or neuron, that conducts electrical impulses away from the neuron's cell body or soma.

Big Lots
Big Lots, Inc. is a Fortune 500 retail corporation with annual revenues well over $4 billion.Its department stores focus mainly on selling closeout and overstock merchandise. The company is based in Columbus, Ohio, USA and currently operates over 1,400 stores in 47 states

Big Nickel
The Big Nickel is a nine-metre replica of a 1951 Canadian nickel, located at the grounds of Dynamic Earth in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada

Big O notation
In mathematics, big O notation is used to describe the limiting behavior of a function when the argument tends towards a particular value or infinity, usually in terms of simpler functions. It is a member of a larger family of notations that is called Landau notation, Bachmann-Landau notation, or asymptotic notation

Big Pine Key, Florida
Big Pine Key is a census-designated place and unincorporated community in Monroe County, Florida, on an island of the same name in the Florida Keys. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 5,032.-Geography:

Big Sioux River
The Big Sioux River is a tributary of the Missouri River, long, in eastern South Dakota and northwestern Iowa in the United States. The United States Board on Geographic Names settled on "Big Sioux River" as the stream's name in 1961.

Big South Conference
The Big South Conference is a college athletic conference affiliated with the NCAA's Division I. The conference's football teams are part of the Football Championship Subdivision

Big Spring, Texas
Big Spring is a city in and the county seat of Howard County, Texas, United States, at the crossroads of U.S. Highway 87 and Interstate 20. With a population of 25,233 at the 2000 census, it is the largest city between Midland to the west, Abilene to the east, Lubbock to the north, and San Angelo to the south

Big stick diplomacy
Big Stick ideology, Big Stick diplomacy, or Big Stick policy is a form of hegemony and was the slogan describing U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt’s corollary to the Monroe Doctrine. Roosevelt attributed the term to a West African proverb, "Speak softly and carry a big stick; you will go far," but the claim that it originated in West Africa has been disputed

Big Stone City, South Dakota
Big Stone City is a city in Grant County, South Dakota, United States. It lies between the southern tip of Big Stone Lake and the northern bank of the Whetstone River, and is adjacent to the city of Ortonville, Minnesota

Big Sur
Big Sur is a sparsely populated region of the Central Coast of California where the Santa Lucia Mountains rise abruptly from the Pacific Ocean. The name "Big Sur" is derived from the original Spanish-language "el sur grande", meaning "the big south", or from "el país grande del sur", "the big country of the south"

Big Thicket
The Big Thicket is the name of a heavily forested area in Southeast Texas. While no exact boundaries exist, the area occupies much of Hardin County, Liberty, Tyler, San Jacinto, and Polk Counties and is roughly bounded by the San Jacinto River, Neches River, and Pine Island Bayou. To the north, it blends into the larger Piney Woods terrestrial ecoregion of which it is a part

Big V
The Big V is the senior basketball league in Victoria, Australia comprising 102 semi-professional teams in 10 competitions.These competitions comprise both genders, and incorporate four levels of senior competition , three levels for women and youth leagues

Big Wheel
A Big Wheel is a type of tricycle, usually made of plastic, with an oversized front wheel, that rides very low to the ground. Introduced by Louis Marx and Company in 1969, the Big Wheel was a very popular toy in the 1970s in the United States, partly because of its low cost and partly because consumer groups said it was a safer alternative to the traditional tricycle or bicycle.The

Bigelow Aerospace
Bigelow Aerospace is a North Las Vegas, Nevada space technology startup company that is pioneering work on expandable space station modules. Bigelow Aerospace was founded by Robert Bigelow in 1998

Biggar family
The Biggar family, Alexander Harvey Biggar and his two sons Robert and George , were pioneer traders at Port Natal, in what was to become the Colony of Natal

Bighead carp
The bighead carp is a freshwater fish, one of several Asian carps. It has a large, scaleless head, a large mouth, and eyes located very low on the head. Adults usually have a mottled silver-gray coloration. Adults can be quite large

Bighorn Sheep
The bighorn sheep is a species of sheep in North America named for its large horns. These horns can weigh up to , while the sheep themselves weigh up to . Recent genetic testing indicates that there are three distinct subspecies of Ovis canadensis, one of which is endangered: Ovis canadensis sierrae

Biginelli reaction
The Biginelli reaction is a multiple-component chemical reaction that creates 3,4-dihydropyrimidin-2-ones 4 from ethyl acetoacetate 1, an aryl aldehyde , and urea 3. It is named for the Italian chemist Pietro Biginelli.This reaction was developed by Pietro Biginelli in 1891

Bigleaf Maple
Acer macrophyllum is a large deciduous tree in the genus Acer.It can grow to be up to 35 m tall, but more commonly grows 15 m to 20 m tall. It is native to western North America, mostly near the Pacific coast, from southernmost Alaska to southern California

Bignoniaceae
The Bignoniaceae, or Trumpet Creeper Family, is a family of flowering plants comprising about 650-750 species in 116-120 genera. Members of the family are mostly trees and lianas , shrubs and more rarely herbaceous plants. As climber plants, they are twine climbers or tendril climbers, and rarely root climbers

Bihari people
The Biharis are an ethnic group originating from the present state of Bihar with a history going back three millennia

Bijalpur
Bijalpur is in the south-west suburban of Indore city. It has population of 18000 . It was included in Indore in 1983.-Location:

Bijection
A bijection is a function giving an exact pairing of the elements of two sets. A bijection from the set X to the set Y has an inverse function from Y to X. If X and Y are finite sets, then the existence of a bijection means they have the same number of elements

Biju Janata Dal
The Biju Janata Dal is a state political party of the Indian state of Orissa led by Naveen Patnaik, son of former state chief minister Biju Patnaik. It was founded on 27 December 1997.-History:

Bikaner (princely state)
Bikaner state was founded in the 15th century and persisted until shortly after India's Independence in 1947.Earlier this region was known as Jangladesh which was a region of northern Rajasthan state in India

Bilal ibn Ribah
Bilal ibn Rabah or Bilal al-Habashi was an Ethiopian born in Mecca in the late 6th century, sometime between 578 and 582.The Islamic prophet Muhammad chose a former African slave Bilal as his muezzin, effectively making him the first muezzin of the Islamic faith

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is the largest transparently operated private foundation in the world, founded by Bill and Melinda Gates. It is "driven by the interests and passions of the Gates family"

Bill Ayers
William Charles "Bill" Ayers is an American elementary education theorist and a former leader in the movement that opposed U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War. He is known for his 1960s activism as well as his current work in education reform, curriculum, and instruction

Bill Black
William Patton "Bill" Black, Jr. was an American musician who is noted as one of the pioneers of rockabilly music. Black was the bassist in Elvis Presley's early trio and the leader of Bill Black's Combo.

Bill Bowerman
William Jay "Bill" Bowerman was an American track and field coach and co-founder of Nike, Inc. Over his career, he trained 31 Olympic athletes, 51 All-Americans, 12 American record-holders, 24 NCAA champions and 16 sub-4 minute milers

Bill Bright
William R. "Bill" Bright was an American evangelist. The founder of Campus Crusade for Christ, he wrote The Four Spiritual Laws in 1952 and produced the Jesus Film in 1979.-Early life:

Bill Brock
William Emerson "Bill" Brock III is a former Republican United States senator from Tennessee, having served from 1971 to 1977. He is the grandson of William Emerson Brock I, who was a Democratic U.S. senator from Tennessee from 1929 to 1931.-Early life and career:Brock was a native of Chattanooga, where his family owned a well-known candy company

Bill Buckner
William Joseph Buckner is a former Major League Baseball first baseman. Despite winning a batting crown in , representing the Chicago Cubs at the All-Star Game the following season and accumulating over 2,700 hits in his twenty-year career, he is best remembered for a fielding error during Game 6 of the 1986 World Series, a play that has since been prominently

Bill Clinton
William Jefferson "Bill" Clinton is an American politician who served as the 42nd President of the United States from 1993 to 2001. Inaugurated at age 46, he was the third-youngest president. He took office at the end of the Cold War, and was the first president of the baby boomer generation

Bill Cosby
William Henry "Bill" Cosby, Jr. is an American comedian, actor, author, television producer, educator, musician and activist. A veteran stand-up performer, he got his start at various clubs, then landed a starring role in the 1960s action show, I Spy. He later starred in his own series, the situation comedy The Bill Cosby Show

Bill Deedes
William Francis Deedes, Baron Deedes, KBE, MC, PC, DL was a British Conservative Party politician, army officer and journalist; he is to date the only person in Britain to have been both a member of the Cabinet and the editor of a major daily newspaper, The Daily Telegraph.-Early life and career:Brought up in the family home of Saltwood Castle

Bill Dees
William "Bill" Dees is an American musician most famous for his song writing collaborations with singer Roy Orbison.-Career:

Bill Edrich
William John "Bill" Edrich DFC was a distinguished cricketer who played for Middlesex, MCC, Norfolk and England.Edrich's three brothers, Brian, Eric and Geoff, and also his cousin, John, all played first-class cricket

Bill Evans (meteorologist)
Bill Evans is an American meteorologist for WABC-TV, the ABC affiliate in New York City.-Early career:Evans' broadcasting career began at the age of 13 in his hometown of Meridian, Mississippi on WDAL Radio and WTOK-TV

Bill Evans (saxophonist)
Bill Evans is an American jazz saxophonist. His father was a classical piano prodigy and until junior high school Evans studied classical clarinet. Early in his studies he was able to hear such artists as Sonny Stitt and Stan Getz live at the Jazz Showcase in Chicago

Bill Fick
Bill Fick is a printmaker living and working in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. He received his B.A. from Duke University and his M.F.A. from University of North Carolina-Greensboro

Bill Frisell
William Richard "Bill" Frisell is an American guitarist and composer.One of the leading guitarists in jazz since the late 1980s, Frisell's eclectic music touches on progressive folk, classical music, country music, noise and more

Bill Gates
William Henry "Bill" Gates III is an American business magnate, investor, philanthropist, and author. Gates is the former CEO and current chairman of Microsoft, the software company he founded with Paul Allen

Bill Gullickson
William Lee Gullickson is a former major league baseball pitcher who played for six different major-league teams, in Canada, the U.S

Bill Haley
Bill Haley was one of the first American rock and roll musicians. He is credited by many with first popularizing this form of music in the early 1950s with his group Bill Haley & His Comets and their hit song "Rock Around the Clock".-Early life and career:

Bill Hartack
William John Hartack Jr. was a Hall of Fame jockey. He was born in Ebensburg, Pennsylvania.Referred to by the media as both "Bill" and "Willie" during his racing career, Hartack grew up on his widowed father's farm in the Blacklick

Bill Hendon
William Martin Hendon is an author, POW/MIA activist, and two-term Republican U.S. Congressman from North Carolina's 11th District.

Bill Joy
William Nelson Joy , commonly known as Bill Joy, is an American computer scientist. Joy co-founded Sun Microsystems in 1982 along with Vinod Khosla, Scott McNealy and Andy Bechtolsheim, and served as chief scientist at the company until 2003

Bill Mauldin
William Henry "Bill" Mauldin was a two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist from the United States

Bill McKechnie
William Boyd McKechnie was an American third baseman, manager and coach in Major League Baseball. He was the first manager to win World Series titles with two different teams , and remains one of only two managers to win pennants with three teams, also capturing the National League title in 1928 with the

Bill Monroe
William Smith Monroe was an American musician who created the style of music known as bluegrass, which takes its name from his band, the "Blue Grass Boys," named for Monroe's home state of Kentucky. Monroe's performing career spanned 60 years as a singer, instrumentalist, composer and bandleader

Bill Murray
William James "Bill" Murray is an American actor and comedian. He first gained national exposure on Saturday Night Live in which he earned an Emmy Award and later went on to star in a number of critically and commercially successful comedic films, including Caddyshack , Ghostbusters , and Groundhog Day

Bill Nelson (musician)
Bill Nelson is an English guitarist, songwriter, producer, painter and experimental musician

Bill Nighy
William Francis "Bill" Nighy is an English actor and comedian. He worked in theatre and television before his first cinema role in 1981, and made his name in television with The Men's Room in 1991, in which he played the womanizer Prof

Bill Nye
William Sanford "Bill" Nye , popularly known as Bill Nye the Science Guy, is an American science educator, comedian, television host, actor, mechanical engineer, and scientist

Bill Nye the Science Guy
Bill Nye the Science Guy is an educational television program that originally aired from September 10, 1993 to June 20, 1998, hosted by Bill Nye and produced by Buena Vista Television. The show aired on PBS Kids and was also syndicated to local stations, making it the second first-run television program behind The Open Mind

Bill of Rights 1689
The Bill of Rights or the Bill of Rights 1688 is an Act of the Parliament of England.The Bill of Rights was passed by Parliament on 16 December 1689. It was a re-statement in statutory form of the Declaration of Right presented by the Convention Parliament to William and Mary in March 1689 , inviting them to become joint sovereigns of England

Bill Owens
William F. "Bill" Owens is an American politician and a member of the Republican Party. He served as the 40th Governor of Colorado from 1999 to 2007, being restricted by term limits

Bill Pickett
Willie M. "Bill" Pickett was a cowboy and rodeo performer.Pickett was born in the Jenks-Branch community of Travis County, Texas. He was the second of 13 children born to Thomas Jefferson Pickett, a former slave, and Mary "Janie" Gilbert. Pickett had 4 brothers and 8 sisters

Bill Rancic
William "Bill" Rancic is an American entrepreneur who was the first candidate hired by The Trump Organization at the conclusion of the first season of Donald Trump's reality television show, The Apprentice

Bill Robinson
Bill “Bojangles” Robinson was an American tap dancer and actor of stage and film. Audiences enjoyed his understated style, which eschewed the frenetic manner of the jitterbug in favor of cool and reserve; rarely did he use his upper body, relying instead on busy, inventive feet, and an expressive face.A figure in both the black and white

Bill Sikes
William "Bill" Sikes is a fictional character in the novel Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens.He is one of Dickens's most vicious characters and a very strong force in the novel when it comes to having control over somebody or harming others. He is portrayed as a rough and barbaric man. He is a career criminal associated with Fagin, and an eventual murderer

Bill Skate
Sir William Jack Skate KCMG was a Papua New Guinea politician and statesman. He was the son of an Australian father and a native PNG mother

Bill the Goat
Bill the Goat is the mascot of the United States Naval Academy. The mascot is a live goat and is also represented by a costumed midshipman. There is also a bronze statue of the goat just inside Gate 1, the main gate to the Academy grounds

Bill Tilman
Major Harold William "Bill" Tilman, CBE, DSO, MC and Bar was an English mountaineer and explorer, renowned for his Himalayan climbs and sailing voyages.-Early years and Africa:

Bill Traylor
William "Bill" Traylor was a self-taught artist born into slavery on a plantation belonging to George Hartwell Traylor near Benton, in Lowndes County, Alabama. After emancipation, his family continued to farm on the plantation until the 1930s

Bill W.
William Griffith Wilson , also known as Bill Wilson or Bill W., was the co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous , an international mutual aid fellowship with over two million members belonging to 100,800 groups of alcoholics helping other alcoholics achieve and maintain sobriety

Bill Walton
William Theodore "Bill" Walton III is a retired American basketball player and television sportscaster. The "Big Red-Head", as he was called, achieved superstardom playing for John Wooden's powerhouse UCLA Bruins in the early '70s, winning three straight College Player of the Year Awards, while leading the Bruins to two Division I national titles

Bill Weber
Bill Weber is a former television sports commentator, perhaps best known for his work on TNT and NBC NASCAR broadcasts. Weber was also the lead announcer for Champ Car World Series events and other auto racing series on NBC. He currently is working as an illusionist.-Early life and career:Weber was born in Middletown, New Jersey