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-Footballers:* Alessandro Pinheiro Martins - Brazilian footballer* Carlos Alberto Souto Pinheiro Júnior - Brazilian footballer* Grazielle Pinheiro Nascimento - Brazilian footballer* João Carlos Batista Pinheiro - Brazilian footballer

Pink is a mixture of red and white. Commonly used for Valentine's Day and Easter, pink is sometimes referred to as "the color of love." The use of the word for the color known today as pink was first recorded in the late 17th century.

Pink (courier service)
Pink is a courier service originally conceived by artist Jaclyn Pryor in Austin, Texas. It is a project wherein the public is invited to write messages of affection to friend, lovers, coworkers, and stranger all over the city; Pink bottles the notes and delivers them by bike all over the city in which Pink is currently in residence. Pink began over New Year's 2006-2007 in Austin

Pink (magazine)
Pink is a quarterly LGBT-focused full-color glossy print magazine launched in 1990 in New York City and head-quartered in Chicago, Illinois with content geared towards major markets in San Francisco, New York, Denver, Los Angeles and Seattle as well as a national edition.The magazine sometimes sponsors community events

Pink (manga)
is a one-shot Japanese manga written and illustrated by Akira Toriyama that originally appeared in Shueisha magazine V Jump in December 1982. It would later be featured in Akira Toriyama's Manga Theater Vol. 2 in 1988

Pink (singer)
Alecia Beth Moore , better known by her stage name Pink , is an American singer-songwriter, musician and actress.

Pink (song)
"Pink" is a song by American hard rock band Aerosmith. It was written by Steven Tyler and professional songwriters Richie Supa and Glen Ballard

Pink (surname)
Pink is a surname that refers to:*Alfred Pink , English cricketer*Arthur Pink , English Christian evangelist and Biblical scholar*Bonner Pink , British politician; Lord Mayor of Portsmouth 1961-62*Bonnie Pink Pink is a surname that refers to:*Alfred Pink (1853–1931), English cricketer*Arthur Pink (1886–1952), English Christian evangelist and Biblical scholar*Bonner Pink (1912–1984), British politician; Lord Mayor of Portsmouth 1961-62*Bonnie Pink (Kaori Asada) Pink is a surname that refers to:*Alfred Pink (1853–1931), English cricketer*Arthur Pink (1886–1952), English Christian evangelist and Biblical scholar*Bonner Pink (1912–1984), British politician; Lord Mayor of Portsmouth 1961-62*Bonnie Pink (Kaori Asada) (b

Pink Bubbles Go Ape
Pink Bubbles Go Ape is the fourth studio album by German power metal band Helloween, released in 1991. It marked the departure of guitarist Kai Hansen, with Roland Grapow replacing him

Pink Cream 69
Pink Cream 69 is a German hard rock band founded in 1987 in Karlsruhe, Germany by Andi Deris, Dennis Ward, Kosta Zafiriou and Alfred Koffler. The band gained their first contract by winning music magazine Metal Hammer 's newcomer competition in Ludwigsburg one year after forming. In 1994, Andi Deris left the band to join German power metal band Helloween

Pink slip
Pink slip refers to the American practice, by a personnel department, of including a discharge notice in an employee's pay envelope to notify the worker of his or her termination of employment or layoff. Receiving a "pink slip" has become a metaphor for the termination of employment in general

Pink slip
Pink slip may refer to:* Pink Sheets, a concept in stock trading* Pink slip , an American term that refers to a vehicle title* Pink slip , an American term that refers to being fired or laid off from one's job

Pinkerton (album)
Pinkerton is the second studio album by American alternative rock band Weezer, released on September 24, 1996. After finishing tours in promotion of their 1994 album Weezer, the band originally planned to record a space-themed rock opera entitled Songs from the Black Hole

Pinkie may refer to:*Pinkie , a 1794 portrait by Thomas Lawrence*Pinkie Brown, the antihero of Graham Greene's novel Brighton Rock

Pinkie (Lawrence painting)
Pinkie is the traditional title for a portrait of 1794 by Thomas Lawrence in the permanent collection of The Huntington at San Marino, California where it hangs opposite The Blue Boy by Thomas Gainsborough. These two works are the centerpieces of the institute's art collection, which specializes in 18th-century English portraiture

Pinko is a term for a person regarded as being sympathetic to communism, though not necessarily a Communist Party member.The term has its origins in the notion that pink is a lighter shade of red, the color associated with communism

Pinks is a franchise series of television programs on Speed Channel based on illegal street racing, held at legal closed drag strips with a theme around drag racing. The original aired from 2005 to 2008, with the spinoff Pinks: All Out following in 2006

Pinky refers to the little finger, the smallest finger on a normal human hand.It can also refer to:-Computing:* pinky, a lightweight version of the UNIX finger protocol* Emacs Pinky, a painful condition in GNU Emacs users' pinky fingers-Gaming:

PINKY (magazine)
Pinky was a Japanese fashion magazine published by Shueisha.Launched in 2004 as a sister magazine of Seventeen, Pinky was targeted at teenagers and young women in their early 20s or early 30s

In animal anatomy, the pinna is the visible part of the ear that resides outside of the head .

Pinna can refer to:* Pinna , the outer part of the ear - also referred to as the auricle* Pinna , a genus of bivalve molluscs also known as "pen shells"

Pinna (genus)
Pinna is a genus of pen shells. It is a cosmopolitan genus of bivalve molluscs characterized by elongated, wedge-shaped shells which most commonly stand point-first in the sea bottom in which they live, anchored by a net of byssus threads.

A pinnacle is an architectural ornament originally forming the cap or crown of a buttress or small turret, but afterwards used on parapets at the corners of towers and in many other situations. The pinnacle looks like a small spire

- Climate :Pinner's geographical position on the far western side of North West London makes it the furthest London suburb from any UK coastline. Hence the lower prevalence of moderating maritime influences make Pinner noticeably warmer in the spring and the summer compared to the rest of the capital

Pinners is a Chicago neighborhood game played on the front-stoop or walls with angled bricks/stones which can be used to pop the ball up in the air. References and accounts of playing exist to the 1960s or earlier. The batter would throw a rubber/tennis ball at the edge of the step or angled wall brick, and the fielder would try to catch the ball as it bounces back

Pinning may refer to:* Pinning, the effect of certain weapons that cause their targets to be pinned down* Pinning ceremony, a symbolic welcoming of newly-graduated nurses into the nursing profession

Pinning (modelling)
Pinning is a technique used when assembling large or heavy model kits that involves drilling a hole in two pieces of the model to be joined, and using a "pin" to strengthen the bond when they are glued

Pinocchio is a fictional character and the main protagonist of the 1883 children's novel, The Adventures of Pinocchio, by Carlo Collodi, and has since appeared in many adaptations of that story and others. Carved by a woodcarver named Geppetto in a small Italian village, he was created as a wooden puppet, but dreamed of becoming a real boy

Pinocchio (1968 TV program)
Pinocchio is a 90-minute musical adaptation of Carlo Collodi's classic story. It aired on NBC on December 8, 1968 as part of the Hallmark Hall of Fame series.

Pinocchio (disambiguation)
Pinocchio is the boy-puppet from the 1883 novel The Adventures of Pinocchio.Pinocchio may also refer to:-Film and television:* Pinocchio , Walt Disney animated movie

Pinocchio (soundtrack)
Pinocchio is the soundtrack to the 1940 Walt Disney film of the same name, first released on February 9, 1940. The album was described as being "recorded from the original soundtrack of the Walt Disney Production Pinocchio"

Pinochle or Binocle is a trick-taking game typically for two to four players and played with a 48 card deck. Derived from the card game bezique, players score points by trick-taking and also by forming combinations of cards into melds. It is thus considered part of a "trick-and-meld" category which also includes a cousin, belote

Pins and Needles
Pins and Needles is a musical revue with a book by Arthur Arent, Marc Blitzstein, Emmanuel Eisenberg, Charles Friedman, David Gregory, Joseph Schrank, Arnold B. Horwitt, John Latouche, and Harold Rome and music and lyrics by Rome

Pinta may refer to:* Pinta , used by Christopher Columbus* Pinta , a skin disease caused by Treponema carateum* Pinta Island in the Galapagos Islands

Pintail may refer to:A group of dabbling ducks containing:* Northern Pintail , sometimes called the pintail, the most common pintail species

A pintle is a pin or bolt, usually inserted into a gudgeon, which is used as part of a pivot or hinge.A pintle/gudgeon set is used in many spheres, for example: in sailing to hold the rudder onto the boat; in transportation a pincer-type device clamps through a lunette ring on the tongue of a trailer; in controllable solid rocket motors a plug moves into and out of the motor throat to

-General:*Conspiracy of the Pintos, a rebellion against Portuguese rule in Goa, India in 1787*Ford Pinto , a subcompact car manufactured by the Ford Motor Company for the North American market

Pinups is an album by Human Drama. A tribute to various artists, including Joy Division, David Bowie, Lou Reed, Pink Floyd, John Lennon and Leonard Cohen, it was released by Triple X in 1993

Pinwheel (toy)
A pinwheel is a simple child's toy made of a wheel of paper or plastic curls attached at its axle to a stick by a pin. It is designed to spin when blown upon by a person or by the wind. It is a predecessor to more complex whirligigs.-History:

Pinza was a Thoroughbred racehorse and winner of the 1953 Epsom Derby beating Aureole by four lengths. Pinza was owned by the businessman and hotelier Sir Victor Sassoon.

In particle physics, a pion is any of three subatomic particles: , , and . Pions are the lightest mesons and they play an important role in explaining the low-energy properties of the strong nuclear force.

A pioneer is a soldier employed to perform engineering tasks. The term is in principle similar to sapper.Pioneers were originally part of the Artillery branch of European armies. Their primary job was to assist other Arms in tasks such as construction of field fortifications or military camps

Pioneer (disambiguation)
Pioneer, The Pioneer or pioneering may refer to:- Arts and publications :* The Pioneer , a sculpture by Solon H. Borglum listed on the U.S

Pioneer (schooner)
Pioneer is a restored nineteenth century schooner sailing out of South Street Seaport in New York, New York.-History:Pioneer was built in Marcus Hook, Pennsylvania in 1885 as a cargo sloop. She was the first of only two American cargo sloops ever built with a wrought iron hull

Pioneer (submarine)
Pioneer was the first of three submarines privately developed and paid for by Horace Lawson Hunley, James McClintock and Baxter Watson.Hunley, McClintock and Watson built Pioneer in New Orleans, Louisiana

Pioneer axon
Pioneer axon is an axon that lays down initial growing path for the axons of other neurons to follow.-References:; covered in

Pioneer Days (Chico, California)
Pioneer Days is the historical name of an annual community event in Chico, California celebrated the week prior to Pioneer Day, the first Saturday in May

Pioneers (album)
The Pioneers is the debut collaboration album by American rappers MC Eiht and Spice 1. The album was released June 29, 2004 on Real Talk Entertainment. It peaked at number 71 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums

Pioneers (missions agency)
Pioneers is an international group of Christian missionaries seeking to spread Christianity to people in places where other missionaries have not gone or churches are rare. It was founded by Ted Fletcher in 1976 and has offices in Orlando, Florida, Melbourne, Australia, Accra, Ghana, Dorchester, Ontario, Auckland, New Zealand, Doncaster , Singapore, and Sao Paulo, Brazil

-Biology and medicine:* Phosphatidylinositol phosphate* Prolactin-induced protein* Proximal interphalangeal joint* Patient intelligence panel-Business and finance:* Percentage in point , a currency exchange rate fluctuation

Pipe may refer to:* Pipe , a hollow cylinder following certain dimension rules* Smoking pipe* Pipe or butt, a cask measurement* Pipe , a type of metal casting defect

Pipe (car)
Pipe was a Belgian automobile manufacturer founded by the brothers Alfred and Victor Goldschmidt. The company was also known as 'Compagnie Belge de Construction Automobiles'.

Pipe bomb
A pipe bomb is an improvised explosive device, a tightly sealed section of pipe filled with an explosive material. The containment provided by the pipe means that simple low explosives can be used to produce a relatively large explosion, and the fragmentation of the pipe itself creates potentially lethal shrapnel.Premature detonation is a hazard of attempting to construct any homemade

Pipe dream
- Music :* Pipe Dreams , 2009* Pipedream , the first solo album from Lindisfarne front man Alan Hull* Pipe Dreams , 1995* "Pipe Dream", a song by Project 86 from the album Project 86

Pipe wrench
The pipe wrench is an adjustable wrench used for turning soft iron pipes and fittings with a rounded surface. The design of the adjustable jaw allows it to rock in the frame, such that any forward pressure on the handle tends to pull the jaws tighter together. Teeth angled in the direction of turn dig into the soft pipe

-Science and industry:* Pipeline transport, a conduit made from pipes connected end-to-end for long-distance fluid transport* Plastic Pressure Pipe Systems, for fluid handling* Milking pipeline, used on a dairy farm to transport fluid milk

Pipeline (comics)
Pipeline is a fictional character, a mutant in the Marvel Comics Universe. His first appearance was in Uncanny X-Men #235 .-Fictional character biography:

Pipeline (game)
Pipeline is a computer game for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron, originally published by Superior Software in 1989.-Storyline:The game is a fast four-way scrolling arcade adventure with a look similar to previous Superior hits Repton and Ravenskull, but with a higher frame rate

Piper can mean:* The ETA10P supercomputer* Piper-Heidsieck, champagne producer* Piper Alpha, oil production platform-First names:* Piper Gilles, an American figure skater* Piper Laurie, an American actress, born Rosetta Jacobs

Piper (Savage Land Mutate)
Piper is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe.-Publication history:Piper first appeared in X-Men vol. 1 #62-63 , and was created by Roy Thomas and Neal Adams.

Pipes may refer to:*Pipe, a cylindrical conveyance*PIPES *Yahoo! Pipes*Pipeline *Bagpipes or Uilleann pipes*PIPE deal or private investment in public equity*Pipes , a Transformers character