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Plato (exarch)
Plato was the Exarch of Ravenna from 646 to 649. He is known primarily for his monothelitism and his opposition to the Pope Theodore I. He convinced the Patriarch Paul II of Constantinople to break with the pope.

Plato's influence on Western culture was so profound that several different concepts are linked by being called "platonic" or Platonist, for accepting some assumptions of Platonism, but which do not imply acceptance of that philosophy as a whole.

A platoon is a military unit typically composed of two to four sections or squads and containing 16 to 50 soldiers. Platoons are organized into a company, which typically consists of three, four or five platoons. A platoon is typically the smallest military unit led by a commissioned officer—the platoon leader or platoon commander, usually a lieutenant

A platoon is a military unit typically composed of two to four sections or squads and containing 16 to 50 soldiers. Platoons are organized into a company, which typically consists of three, four or five platoons. A platoon is typically the smallest military unit led by a commissioned officer—the platoon leader or platoon commander, usually a lieutenant

Plats is a commune in the Ardèche department in southern France.-Population:

Platter may refer to:*Platter , by Jock Cheese*Platter , a meal of several components served together on a platter or in a basket*Platter , large dish used for serving food*Platter , American Champion racehorse

In medicine, platypnea refers to shortness of breath that is relieved when lying down, and worsens when sitting or standing up. It is the opposite of orthopnea

Platz is a surname that may refer to:* Elizabeth Platz, first woman in North America ordained by a Lutheran church body* Greg Platz, Australian rugby league footballer* Gustav Adolf Platz , German architect

Plaudit was an American Thoroughbred racehorse. A descendant of English Triple Crown champion, West Australian, Plaudit is best known for winning the 1898 Kentucky Derby.

Play may refer to:* Play , enjoyment by animals including humans* Play , structured literary form of theatre-Bands:* Play , Mexican band* Play , Swedish band-Albums:

Play may refer to:* Play , enjoyment by animals including humans* Play , structured literary form of theatre-Bands:* Play , Mexican band* Play , Swedish band-Albums:

Play (activity)
Play is a term employed in ethology and psychology to describe to a range of voluntary, intrinsically motivated activities normally associated with pleasure and enjoyment

Play (activity)
Play is a term employed in ethology and psychology to describe to a range of voluntary, intrinsically motivated activities normally associated with pleasure and enjoyment

Play (Brad Paisley album)
Play, also known as Play: The Guitar Album, is the sixth studio album by American country music artist Brad Paisley. It was released on November 4, 2008 . Like all of his previous albums, Play was released on Arista Nashville and produced by Frank Rogers. The album is largely instrumental in nature, except for five vocal tracks

Play (Chick Corea and Bobby McFerrin album)
Play is an album by Bobby McFerrin and Chick Corea. -Track listing: # "Spain" – 10:12# "Even From Me" – 6:34# "Autumn Leaves" – 11:41# "Blues Connotation" – 7:13# "'Round Midnight" – 7:59# "Blue Bossa" – 6:14-Production:

Play (Mexican band)
Play, also known as Grupo Play, is a teen Mexican band made in 2006 out of teenagers from the reality show for kids Código F.A.M.A. made by the giant company Televisa. There are 7 members in the band and only 6 out of 7 of the band were in a telenovela from Televisa. They have already had their debut CD released in Mexico

Play (Namie Amuro album)
Play is the eighth studio album by Japanese pop singer Namie Amuro, released on June 27, 2007 in Japan. The follow-up to her successful 2005 album Queen of Hip-Pop, Play showcases her new hip-pop genre. This also marks her first album to be released in both the CD and CD+DVD formats. PLAY is her highest selling album since 2000's Genius 2000

Play (New York Times)
Play Magazine is a quarterly online sports magazine, associated with The New York Times.-References:*

Play (Robyn song)
"Play" is a song by Robyn, released as the second single from her second album My Truth in 1999. The single was a moderate success in Sweden and peaked at #31, Robyn's 6th consecutive top 40 single in her home country even without a music video.

Play (S.H.E album)
Play is the eighth studio album by Taiwanese Mandopop girl group S.H.E. It was released on 11 May 2007 by HIM International Music. During the week of its release, Play accounted for over half of all Taiwanese album sales, beating out its runner up by over 40% of the market share. Over 100,000 copies of the album were pre-ordered; by mid-July, the sales total reached 500,000

Play (US magazine)
Play was a U.S.-based magazine focused on video games, anime, manga, film, DVD, television, comics, music and media. Published by Fusion Publishing, Inc. since 2001, Play magazine also had a separate Internet presence on its website, Play Online

Play Ball (serial)
Play Ball is a 1925 drama film serial directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet. The film is now considered to be lost.-Cast:* Walter Miller - Jack Rollins* Allene Ray - Doris Sutton* Harry Semels - Count Segundo* J. Barney Sherry - Thomas W. Sutton

Play Dead
Play Dead may refer to:*Playing dead, a natural state of paralysis that some animals enter when threatened*Play Dead , an English gothic rock group*"Play Dead" , by Björk*Play Dead , by Astrid*Play Dead , by Harlan Coben

Play Dead (film)
Play Dead is a 1981 horror film directed by Peter Wittman and starring Yvonne De Carlo of The Munsters fame.

Play School (Australian TV series)
Play School is an Australian educational television show for children produced by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. It is the longest-running children's show in Australia, and the second longest running childrens show in the world. An estimated 80% of pre-school children under six watch the programme at least once a week

Play therapy
Play therapy is generally employed with children aged 3 through 11 and provides a way for them to express their experiences and feelings through a natural, self-guided, self-healing process

Play with Fire (The Rolling Stones song)
"Play with Fire" is a song by English rock and roll band The Rolling Stones, originally released as B-side to the song "The Last Time". It was later included on the American release of their 1965 album Out of Our Heads.

Playa (disambiguation)
-Landforms:* Sink , also known as an alkali flat or sabkha, a desert basin with no outlet which periodically fills with water to form a temporary lake* Dry lake, commonly called a playa in the southwest US and Mexico

Playback may refer to:*Universal Playback, UK label of Universal Studios Home Entertainment*Gapless playback, uninterrupted play of audio tracks*Playback singer, a singer in films whose singing is prerecorded, who lip syncs

Playback (magazine)
Playback is a Canadian film, broadcasting and interactive media website owned by Brunico Communications. In May 2010, after 24 years of publication, Playback magazine stopped publishing its biweekly print edition.

Playback (Sam Lazar album)
-Personnel:Sam Lazar organ, Joe Diorio guitar, Phillip Wilson drums, Miller Brisker tenor sax.- Track listing :DeepLong GoneBags' GrooveFuzz BuzzJust Make Love to MeS & SPlease Send Me Someone to LoveScootin'

Playbook (television show)
Playbook is an X's and O's football show with an entertaining flair. Playbook goes into the NFL Films room to examine a head coach's game film. In its original format, it was a 30-minute program hosted every weeknight during the NFL season and playoffs

Playboy is an American men's magazine that features photographs of nude women as well as journalism and fiction. It was founded in Chicago in 1953 by Hugh Hefner and his associates, and funded in part by a $1,000 loan from Hefner's mother. The magazine has grown into Playboy Enterprises, Inc., with a presence in nearly every medium

Playboys (song)
"Playboys" is a song by the Finnish rock band The Rasmus , originally released on the band's second album with the same name, Playboys on 29 August 1997.The single was released in 1997 by the record label Warner Music Finland

Played is a 2006 crime film produced by Caspar von Winterfeldt, Nick Simunek and Mick Rossi, executive produced by John Daly, co-produced by Nigel Mead and Lenny Bitondo, written by Sean Stanek and Mick Rossi and directed by Sean Stanek

Player may refer to:* Gary Player , golfer* Player , a participant in a game** Player character, a character in a video game or role playing game who is controlled or controllable by a player

Player (M. Pokora album)
- Alternate additions :* The first edition featured a limited edition calendar and the bonus track "Oh! ".* The album was later re-released and included the bonus track "Celle" and "It's Alright", a duet with Ricky Martin.

Player (political)
A political player is a participant in politics who has or is perceived to have influence or power, although usually on a smaller level than a global power elite

Player Piano
Player Piano, author Kurt Vonnegut's first novel, was published in 1952. It is a dystopia of automation and capitalism, describing the dereliction they cause in the quality of life. The

Players is an American crime drama that aired on NBC from 1997-1998. Created by Law & Order creator Dick Wolf, the series starred Ice-T, Costas Mandylor, Frank John Hughes, and Mia Korf.-Synopsis:

- Television :* Players , an American crime drama* Players , an American sitcom* Players , an American video-game related interview show* "Players" , an episode of Angel

Playground (song)
"Playground" is a single by Another Bad Creation, from the album Coolin' at the Playground Ya Know! Released on March 25, 1991, the song reached #10 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, #4 on the R&B chart, and #36 on the Dance chart.-Track listings:

Playing card
A playing card is a piece of specially prepared heavy paper, thin cardboard, plastic-coated paper, cotton-paper blend, or thin plastic, marked with distinguishing motifs and used as one of a set for playing card games

Playing field
A playing field is a field used for playing sports or games. They are generally outdoors, but many large structures exist to enclose playing fields from bad weather. Generally, playing fields are wide expanses of grass, dirt or sand without many obstructions

Playlist (Babyface album)
Playlist is the eleventh album by Babyface. It was the first longplay release on the newly re-launched Mercury Records label. The work consists of eight covers and two original compositions

A Playmate is a female model featured in the centerfold/gatefold of Playboy magazine as Playmate of the Month . The PMOM's pictorial includes nude photographs and a centerfold poster, as well as a short biography and the "Playmate Data Sheet", which lists her birthdate, measurements, turn-ons, and turn-offs

Playmates (1918 film)
Playmates is a 1918 silent comedy film featuring Oliver Hardy.-Cast:* Billy West - Kid* Oliver Hardy - Kid * Bud Ross* Fay Holderness* Ethelyn Gibson* Ethel Marie Burton* Myrtle Lind* Charley Chase - Dope fiend

The playoffs, postseason, or finals of a sports league are a game or series of games played after the regular season by the top competitors, usually but not always with a single-elimination system, to determine the league champion or a similar accolade.In the U.S

A playpen is a piece of furniture in which an infant or young toddler is placed to prevent self-harm when her/his parent or guardian is occupied or away. The earliest use of the word playpen cited in the Oxford English Dictionary is 1902

Plays (album)
Plays is a collaboration effort between Smegma and Merzbow, in which each artist remixed works by the other.The album was released on CD and vinyl record.-Notes: 1-26: Electro Smegmacousic Music

PlayStation (brand)
The brand is a series of video game consoles created and developed by Sony Computer Entertainment. Spanning the fifth, sixth, and seventh generations of video gaming, the brand was first introduced on December 3, in Japan

Play Time is French director Jacques Tati's fourth major film, and generally considered to be his most daring film. It was shot in 1964 through 1967 and released in 1967. In Play Time, Tati again plays Monsieur Hulot, a character who had appeared in some of his earlier films, including Mon Oncle and Les Vacances de Monsieur Hulot

A playwright, also called a dramatist, is a person who writes plays.The term is not a variant spelling of "playwrite", but something quite distinct: the word wright is an archaic English term for a craftsman or builder

Plaza is a Spanish word related to "field" which describes an open urban public space, such as a city square. All through Spanish America, the plaza mayor of each center of administration held three closely related institutions: the cathedral, the cabildo or administrative center, which might be incorporated in a wing of a governor's palace, and the audiencia or law

PLE may refer to:* Personal Learning Environment* Photoluminescence excitation* Pittsburgh and Lake Erie Railroad* Polymorphous light eruption, a skin condition caused by sunlight* Public legal education* Peace Love Ecstasy, a variant of PLUR

In legal terms, a plea is simply an answer to a claim made by someone in a civil or criminal case under common law using the adversary system. Colloquially, a plea has come to mean the assertion by a criminal defendant at arraignment, or otherwise in response to a criminal charge, whether that person pleaded Guilty, Not Guilty, No Contest or Alford

In law as practiced in countries that follow the English models, a pleading is a formal written statement filed with a court by parties in a civil action, other than a motion

Pleading (Elgar)
"Pleading" is a poem written by Arthur L. Salmon, and set to music by the English composer Edward Elgar in 1908, as his Op.48.This is one of the most popular of Elgar's songs. Elgar had returned home at the end of September 1908, feeling depressed after taking the score of his first Symphony to the publishers

Pleasance (surname)
Pleasance is a surname, and may refer to:* Richard Pleasance , Australian musician and record producer* Alice Pleasance Liddell , Inspiration for Alice in Wonderland

- Music :*Please , 1986*Please , 1993*"Please" , 2005*"Please" *"Please" , 1997*"Please ", a 1993 song by INXS

Please (Matt Nathanson album)
Please is the debut album by Matt Nathanson, released in July 1993 on Acrobat Records.-Track listing:#"Solace and Pain" – 3:03 #"Continue Dreaming" – 3:06 #"King of the Mountain" – 3:32 #"Broken" – 2:33 #"Illusions" – 2:50 #"Hold Me" – 2:56

Pleased to Meet You
Pleased to Meet You may refer to:In music:* Pleased to Meet You , or the title song* Pleased to Meet You , or the title song* Pleased to Meet You * Pleased to Meet You, an album by Hank Jones

Pleased to Meet You (Sleeper album)
Pleased To Meet You is the third and final studio album by the 90's britpop band Sleeper. The album was released in October 1997 in the UK, peaking at number 7 on the UK Album Chart

Pleasure describes the broad class of mental states that humans and other animals experience as positive, enjoyable, or worth seeking. It includes more specific mental states such as happiness, entertainment, enjoyment, ecstasy, and euphoria

Pleasure (Ohio Players album)
-Track listing:All songs composed by The Ohio Players.#"Pleasure" #"Laid It" #"Pride and Vanity" #"Walt's First Trip" #"Varee is Love" #"Walked Away From You" #"Paint Me" #"Funky Worm"

Pleasures is a two hour American television film written by Jill Gordon and directed by Sharron Miller. Its cast includes Joanna Cassidy, Barry Bostwick, Linda Purl, Rick Moses and Tracy Nelson.-Plot Summary: