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Plummet
Plummet may refer to one of the following:* Plumb-bob, a weight with a pointed tip on the bottom that is suspended from a string and used as a reference line that is perpendicular to the ground*Sinker * Plummet , a trance duo

Plunder (disambiguation)
To plunder is to indiscriminantly take goods by force.Plunder may also refer to:* Captain Plunder, a fictional character the children's comic Sonic the Comic

Plunder (serial)
Plunder is a drama film serial directed by George B. Seitz. During the production of this serial in August 1922, John Stevenson, a stuntman for Pearl White, was killed doing a stunt from a moving bus to an elevated platform.-Cast:

Plunderer
The Plunderer is a fictional character, owned by Marvel Comics who exists in that company's shared universe, known as the Marvel Universe.-Publication history:

Plunge
Plungė is a city in Lithuania with 23,246 inhabitants. It has a crab stick factory which exports to many countries in Europe.Before World War II, Plunge had a large Jewish population.- History :

Plunge
Plunge may refer to:*Plunge , a play in American football*The Plunge, a closed historic swim center in Richmond California*Plungė, a city in Lithuania*Plunge was the former name for the American rock band Cinder Road

Plunger
A plunger is a common device that is used to release stoppages in plumbing. The tool consists of a rubber cup with an attached stick "shaft", usually made of wood or bronze. Before use, any objects such as hair in the plug grate should be removed and, if possible the overflow hole should be sealed with a wet cloth

Plunk
Plunk is a Belgian comic series created by Luc Cromheecke and Laurent Letzer, and published by Dupuis. So far three albums have appeared.The comics are wordless humorous short stories about the misadventures of Plunk, a little pink alien with green trousers and a green hat from the planet Smurk.Plunk was first created in the late 1980s

Pluperfect tense
The pluperfect , also called past perfect in English, is a grammatical combination of past tense with the perfect, itself a combination of tense and aspect, that exists in most Indo-European languages though there is not one in Irish. It is used to refer to an event that had continuing relevance to a past time

Plurale
Plurale is an album by Italian singer Mina, distributed back to back with album Singolare.- Track listing :# Intro# Moonlight serenade# C'è un uomo in mezzo al mare# My love# Il testamento del capitano# El porompompero# Michelle

Pluralism
Pluralism is, in the general sense, the acknowledgment of diversity. The concept is used, often in different ways, in a wide range of issues. In politics, pluralism is often considered by proponents of modern democracy to be in the interests of its citizens, and so political pluralism is one of its most important features.The term pluralism is also used to denote a theoretical

Pluralism
Pluralism is used, often in different ways, across a wide range of topics to denote a diversity of views, and stands in opposition to one single approach or method of interpretation:*Benefice, in the sense of holding multiple ecclesiastical offices

Pluralism (political theory)
Classical pluralism is the view that politics and decision making are located mostly in the framework of government, but that many non-governmental groups use their resources to exert influence. The central question for classical pluralism is how power and influence is distributed in a political process. Groups of individuals try to maximize their interests

Plurality
In North American English, the term plurality, used in the context of voting, refers to the largest number of votes to be received by any candidate or referendum. It is contrasted with a majority, which is more than half of the votes

Plurality
Plurality can refer to:* Plural, in linguistics* Plurality , the most votes for any choice in an election, but not necessarily a majority* Plurality voting system, also called "first past the post"

PLUS
PLUS is an interbank network that covers all VISA credit, debit, and prepaid cards, as well as ATM cards issued by various banks worldwide

Plus
Plus may refer to:* +, the mathematical sign, see plus and minus signs* +, the international call prefix* + , a 2011 album by Ed Sheeran* PLUS Loan, a United States Federal student loan* Plus Magazine, an online mathematics magazine

Plus (EP)
Plus is a live EP by Matt Nathanson containing three songs. It was released on October 14, 2003, the same day as his full-length album Beneath These Fireworks.-Track listing:

Plus (supermarket)
Plus was a German supermarket chain founded in 1972. It operated 2,840 stores in Germany with an approximate 27,000 employees and about 1,200 stores in several other European countries

Plush
Plush is a textile having a cut nap or pile the same as fustian or velvet.Originally the pile of plush consisted of mohair or worsted yarn, but now silk by itself or with a cotton backing is used for plush, the distinction from velvet being found in the longer and less dense pile of plush

Plush (disambiguation)
Plush is a textile having a cut nap or pile the same as fustian or velvet.Plush may also refer to:*An asexual romantic attraction felt towards another person, being a portmanteau of platonic and "crush"

Plutarch (disambiguation)
Plutarch was a Greek historian, biographer, essayist, and Middle Platonist.Plutarch may also refer to:* Plutarch , a lunar impact crater* Plutarch of Athens , Greek philosopher and Neoplatonist

Pluto (album)
Pluto is the debut EP by Norwegian rock band Seigmen. The EP came in three editions: a black CD limited to 500 copies, a clear CD, and a red CD.-Track listing:# "Fra X Til Døden" – 6:59# "Mono Doomen" – 3:57# "Korstoget" – 6:21# "Skjebnen" – 2:17

Pluto (Canadian band)
Pluto was a Canadian alternative rock band from in Vancouver, British Columbia. They were nominated for a Juno at the Juno Awards of 1997. The band consisted of vocalist and guitarist Ian Jones, guitarist Rolf Hetherington, bassist John Ounpuu and, drummer Justin Leigh.-History:Pluto formed in 1993 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.. They were active from 1993 to 1999

Pluto (comics)
Pluto, in comics, may refer to:*Pluto , a Marvel Comics supervillain and fictional god*Pluto , a Dismney character and pet of Mickey Mouse who has appeared in various comic book adaptations

Pluto (newspaper)
Pluto is a student newspaper at the University of Central Lancashire's Students' Union.It is usually published every fortnight through the academic year, and began in 1985 as the Ribble Echo. The name originally stood for Preston Liberal Undergraduate Tabloid Offering. In recent years, its format has varied from newspaper to a glossy magazine

Plutocracy
Plutocracy is rule by the wealthy, or power provided by wealth. The combination of both plutocracy and oligarchy is called plutarchy. The word plutocracy is derived from the Ancient Greek root ploutos, meaning wealth and kratos, meaning to rule or to govern.-Usage:The term plutocracy is generally used to describe

Pluton
A pluton in geology is a body of intrusive igneous rock that crystallized from magma slowly cooling below the surface of the Earth. Plutons include batholiths, dikes, sills, laccoliths, lopoliths, and other igneous bodies

Plutonian
Plutonian may refer to:*Pluto , a Greco-Roman god*Pluto, an astronomical object*the Plutonian system, the object's satellite systemA Plutonian may be:

Plutonium (disambiguation)
Plutonium is a radioactive chemical element.Plutonium may also refer to:* Plutonium , a cave near the hot springs at Pamukkale in Turkey* Plutonium, a fictional drug depicted in Clark Ashton Smith's tale "The Plutonium Drug"-See also:

Ply
Ply, Pli, Plies or Plying may refer to:* Ply , a turn in game play* PLY or Polygon File Format* Plying, a spinning technique to make yarn* Plies , American rapper* Pli, an academic journal

PLY (file format)
PLY is a computer file format known as the Polygon File Format or the Stanford Triangle Format.The format was principally designed to store three dimensional data from 3D scanners. It supports a relatively simple description of a single object as a list of nominally flat polygons

Plymouth (MBTA station)
Plymouth is a passenger rail station on MBTA Commuter Rail's Plymouth/Kingston Line. The station is located in Plymouth, Massachusetts, in the Cordage Park complex of North Plymouth. Plymouth is one terminus of the MBTA's Kingston/Plymouth Old Colony Line, the other being the Kingston station in nearby Kingston, Massachusetts

Plymouth (UK Parliament constituency)
Plymouth was a parliamentary borough in Devon, which elected two Members of Parliament to the House of Commons in 1298 and again from 1442 until 1918, when the borough was merged with the neighbouring Devonport and the combined area divided into three single-member constituencies.-In the Unreformed Parliament :Plymouth first sent MPs to the Parliament of 1298, but after

Plywood
Plywood is a type of manufactured timber made from thin sheets of wood veneer. It is one of the most widely used wood products. It is flexible, inexpensive, workable, re-usable, and can usually be locally manufactured

PM
PM often means "after noon" in the 12-hour clock .PM or Pm may also refer to:-Sciences:*Particulate matter, particulates — fine dust and soot — suspended in the air

PM (ABC Radio)
PM is one of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's flagship current-affairs radio programs, and is one of Australia's longest-running productions. It is the sister program to AM

PNA
-Science and Engineering:* abbreviation for orchid genus Paphinia* 4-Nitroaniline - chromogenic substrate, also known as para-Nitroaniline* Parisiensia Nomina Anatomica - the revision of anatomic nomenclature.

Pneumatic (Gnosticism)
The pneumatics were, in gnosticism, the highest order of humans, the other two orders being psychics and hylics. The pneumatic saw himself as escaping the doom of the material world via the secret knowledge. Outsiders could only know these secrets by joining a gnostic group

Pneumatocele
A pneumatocele, or pneumatocyst is a cavity in the lungs filled with air that may result from pulmonary trauma. A pneumatocele results when a lung laceration, a cut or tear in the lung tissue, fills with air. A rupture of a small airway creates the air-filled cavity. Pulmonary lacerations that fill with blood are called pulmonary hematomas

Pneumatolysis
Pneumatolysis is the alteration of rock or mineral crystallization effected by gaseous emanations from solidifying magma.

Pneumoconiosis
Pneumoconiosis is an occupational lung disease and a restrictive lung disease caused by the inhalation of dust, often in mines.-Types:Depending upon the type of dust, the disease is given different names:

Pneumonic
Pneumonic may refer to:* Lung* Pneumonic plague, a lung infection with Yersinia pestis.* Pneumonic device* Someone with Pneumonia

PNG
PNG may refer to:* Papua New Guinea, a country in Oceania, located in the southwestern Pacific Ocean* Partidul Noua Generaţie, former name of a Romanian political party* Port Neches-Groves High School, in Port Neches, Texas

Po
-Places:* Po , a major Italian river* Pô , the name of a département of the First French Empire in present Italy* Potha, the name of two villages in Pakistan* Po, Wiang Kaen, a village in Chiang Rai Province, Thailand

POA
POA may refer to:* Position of attention, a military term; see At attention* Public Order Act 1936 , UK law concerning public disorder and violence* Public Order Act 1963 , an amendment to the earlier 1936 Act

Poached egg
A poached egg is an egg that has been cooked by poaching, that is, in water.-Preparation:The egg is cracked into a bowl of any size, and then gently slid into a pan of simmering water and cooked until the egg white has mostly solidified, but the yolk remains soft

Poaching (snowboarding)
Poaching originally refers to the act of illegally snowboarding at a resort where snowboards are explicitly prohibited. Poaching is intended as a form of protest against what snowboarders view as segregation and can be seen as a form of civil disobedience.

Pochard
The Common Pochard, Aythya ferina, is a medium-sized diving duck.The adult male has a long dark bill with a grey band, a red head and neck, a black breast, red eyes and a grey back. The adult female has a brown head and body and a narrower grey bill band. The triangular head shape is distinctive

Pochard
Pochard may refer to three species of diving ducks in the genus Aythya:* Common Pochard, Aythya ferina* Baer's Pochard, Aythya baeri* Madagascar Pochard Aythya innotataand to three species in the genus Netta:

Pochi (CD)
"Pochi" is Misono's sixth single as a solo artist. This single includes an old techno single featuring "11 Eleven" which was included in order to boost sales

Pock
Pock, or Pöck, is a surname commonly associated with Austrian heritage. The surname is somewhat uncommon in the United States. It may refer to:* Bernhard Pock , stunt actor* Pontoffel Pock, fictional character in a Dr. Seuss film.

Pocket
A pocket is a bag- or envelope-like receptacle either fastened to or inserted in an article of clothing to hold small items. Pockets may also be attached to luggage, backpacks, and similar items

Pocket (song)
"Pocket" is Ai Otsuka's 16th single released under the avex trax label. It is her third single to be released in 2007. This is her first single to be released after her fourth album, approximately two months after Love Piece

Pocket knife
A pocket knife is a folding knife with one or more blades that fit inside the handle that can still fit in a pocket. It is also known as a jackknife or jack-knife

Pocket Pool
Pocket Pool is a game released for the PlayStation Portable gaming system, developed by Hyper-Devbox Japan and published by both Conspiracy Entertainment and Eidos

Pocketbook
Pocketbook may refer to:* Handbag, a bag for carrying possessions or money, sometimes known in American English as a pocketbook* "Pocketbook" , a 2009 single by Jennifer Hudson* PocketBook , electronic book reader

Pocketing
/Users/barbaradasal/Desktop/piercing.jpgClavicle or collarbone piercingClavicle is a difficult and rare body piercing. It means that it is difficult to insert the needle in the skin which is neither convex nor concave. Hence,

Pockmark
Pockmark may refer to:*acne scarring — resulting from acne or infections such as chicken pox* the scarring of smallpox*Pockmark — a geological formation

Poco (album)
Poco is the second album by the Country rock band Poco. The Messina-penned "You Better Think Twice" became a signature song for Poco. A copy of this record hangs in the Poco exhibit in the Country Music Hall Of Fame in Nashville along with the jacket Rusty Young wears on the back cover.-Track listing:#"Hurry Up" – 4:06#"You Better Think Twice" –

POD
- Business :* Payable on Death, term used on certain bank accounts or Totten trusts, where payment is made to specified person upon account holder's death* Proof of Delivery, an international commerce term for a signed document proving delivery

POD (song)
"POD" is a song by American rock band Tenacious D, featured on their 2006 second album The Pick of Destiny

Poderoso
Poderoso is the sixth album released by Christian singer Marcos Witt. The album was recorded live from México City, México.-Track listing:#"Tu Nombre Oh Dios" - 4:19#"Poderoso" - 6:49#"Señor, Hazme Un Radical" - 5:32#"Hay Poder" - 3:41#"A Ti" - 4:19