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Podes was the son of Eetion in Greek mythology, and thus the brother of Andromache, wife of Hector, whom he is said to have befriended. He fought on the side of the Trojans in the Trojan War, and was killed by Menelaus. However, in Book 6 of the Iliad Andromache claims that her seven brothers have been killed by Achilles. This contradiction is not resolved.

A podium is a platform that is used to raise something to a short distance above its surroundings. It derives from the Greek πόδι In architecture a building can rest on a large podium. Podia can also be used to raise people, for instance the conductor of an orchestra stands on a podium as do many public speakers

Podunk (disambiguation)
Podunk is the archetypical name of American places, real and imagined.Podunk may also be:* Podunk , an Eastern Woodlands group of Native Americans* Podunk , a Texas rock band

Podunk (people)
The Podunks were an indigenous people living in some of the southern parts of what came to be known as New England. The Europeans referred to these people as the Podunk, but they did not have a name for themselves, or a written language, and they spoke an Algonquian dialect

Poem (song)
"Poem" is a song by nu metal band Taproot and the lead single from their second major label album, Welcome. It was released in 2002 and met with the highest success of any Taproot single, reaching #5 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks

Poems (Agatha Christie)
Poems is the second of two collections of poetry by crime writer Agatha Christie, the first being The Road of Dreams in January 1925. It was published in October 1973 at the same time as the novel Postern of Fate, the final work she ever wrote.

Poems (disambiguation)
Poems are literary pieces written in verse.Poems or Poem may also refer to:Literature* Hot Afternoons Have Been in Montana: Poems, a book of poems written by Eli Siegel

Poems (William Carlos Williams)
Poems is an early self published volume of poems by William Carlos Williams. It was published in Rutherford, New Jersey in 1909. The name William C. Williams is used for the cover and copyright notice. W. C. Williams is used for the title page

A poet is a person who writes poetry. A poet's work can be literal, meaning that his work is derived from a specific event, or metaphorical, meaning that his work can take on many meanings and forms. Poets have existed since antiquity, in nearly all languages, and have produced works that vary greatly in different cultures and time periods

Poetic may refer to:* Poetry, or a relation thereof.* Too Poetic, a deceased rapper and hip hop producer.

Poetic justice
Poetic justice is a literary device in which virtue is ultimately rewarded or vice punished, often in modern literature by an ironic twist of fate intimately related to the character's own conduct.- Origin of the term :

Poetic Justice
Poetic Justice is a 1993 drama/romance film starring Janet Jackson, Tupac Shakur, Regina King and Joe Torry. It was written and directed by John Singleton.

Poetica is a 2005 album by the New York City based house music act iiO.The album was delayed a couple of times, and released in March 2005, and June 2006 worldwide. It includes six singles, of which four were released before the album . "Kiss You" was released alongside the album, and "Is it Love" in August 2006

Poetica is a 2005 album by the New York City based house music act iiO.The album was delayed a couple of times, and released in March 2005, and June 2006 worldwide. It includes six singles, of which four were released before the album . "Kiss You" was released alongside the album, and "Is it Love" in August 2006

Pohleď is a village in the Havlíčkův Brod District, Vysočina Region of the Czech Republic. About 80 people live there and it has 4,34 km². It was first documented in 1400.

Poi may refer to:* Poi , a 2006 Tamil film* Poi , the Polynesian staple food* Poi , a Māori dance from New Zealand* Poi, Pakistan, a town in the Balochistan province of Pakistan* Poi, the Tibetan name for Tibet

Poi (film)
Poi is a Tamil film, directed by K. Balachander.-Review and plot:Valluvanar is an upright political leader in Tamil Nadu much respected for his honesty and uprightness

A poikilotherm is an organism whose internal temperature varies considerably. It is the opposite of a homeotherm, an organism which maintains thermal homeostasis. Usually the variation is a consequence of variation in the ambient environmental temperature

Poil is a commune in the Nièvre department in central France.-Geography:The commune is part of the parc naturel régional du Morvan.The river Alène has its source in the south-western part of the commune.-Demographics:

Poilu is a warmly informal term for a French World War I infantryman, meaning, literally, hairy one. The term came into popular usage in France during the era of Napoleon Bonaparte and his massive citizen armies, though the term grognard was also common. It is still widely used as a term of endearment for the French infantry of World War I

Poinciana can refer to:* Delonix regia or Royal Poinciana, a tree* Caesalpinia pulcherrima, a shrub* Poinciana, Florida, a Census-Designated area in the U.S. State of Florida* Poinciana , by jazz pianist Ahmad Jamal

Poindexter is an American surname descended from the Poingdestre family of Jersey. In its original form, the name means 'right fist'.-Surname:People with the surname Poindexter:

-Business and finance:* Basis point, 1/100 of one percent, denoted bp, bps, and ‱* Pivot point, a price level of significance in analysis of a financial market that is used as a predictive indicator of market movement

Point (album)
Point is a 2001 album by Cornelius. The album contains innovative rhythmic use of sound, and is notable for its use of sounds from nature, such as water sounds and bird sounds, into its mix.-Track listing:

Point bar
A point bar is a depositional feature of streams. Point bars are found in abundance in mature or meandering streams. They are crescent-shaped and located on the inside of a stream bend, being very similar to, though often smaller than towheads, or river islands.Point bars are composed of sediment that is well sorted and typically reflects the overall capacity of the stream

Point Blank (band)
Point Blank is an American rock and roll band hailing from Texas. The band formed in 1974 and recorded six albums between 1976 and 1982. Garnering occasional airplay on AOR radio stations, the band is best known for their 1981 hit single, "Nicole".

Point Blank (Dub Pistols album)
-Track listing:# "Unique Freak" # "Best Got Better" # "Cyclone" # "Ghetto" # "Towerblock Trash" # "Westway" # "Keep Movin'" # "Point Blank" # "Blaze the Room" # "Anarchy"

Point Blank (hip hop group)
Point Blank is a Canadian hip-hop group from Toronto, Ontario. Formed in 1992, the group is composed of six emcees—Imperial, Trouble, Stump, Kidd, RPD, and Jackal—and one producer, Pikihed

Point of No Return (Exposé song)
"Point of No Return" is a single by the female dance-pop trio Exposé. Written and produced by Lewis Martineé, the single was originally released in 1985 with Alejandra Lorenzo as the lead singer

Point of No Return (Nu Shooz song)
"Point of No Return" is the title of the second single taken from the Nu Shooz album Poolside. The song spent one week at #1 on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart in September 1986. It also peaked at #28 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and #36 on the R&B chart in the U.S., as well as topping out at #48 on the UK singles chart

Point of view
Point of view, sometimes used interchangeably with viewpoint, may refer to:* Point of view or narrative mode, the perspective of the narrative voice; the pronoun used in narration* Point of view , the angle of painter vision

Point of view
Point of view, sometimes used interchangeably with viewpoint, may refer to:* Point of view or narrative mode, the perspective of the narrative voice; the pronoun used in narration* Point of view , the angle of painter vision

Point of View (album)
Point of View is the debut studio album by American jazz singer Cassandra Wilson. It was released on the JMT label in 1986. Writing for Allmusic, Scott Yanow gave the album a star rating of four out of five and praised Wilson's effort to "find a role for her voice" among "overcrowded ensembles"

Point of View (computer hardware company)
Point of View, POV is a computer hardware company that produces gaming graphics cards. It was established in the year 2000. Most of its sales are in Europe, as it serves more than 30 European countries. POV is based in the Netherlands. The company also includes Point of View Taiwan, Point of View China, Point of View Hong Kong, Point of View France and Point of View USA

Point of View (sculpture)
Point of View is a landmark public sculpture in bronze by James A. West; it sits in a parklet named for the work of art, Point of View Park, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Point Of View (Spyro Gyra album)
Point Of View is the thirteenth album by Spyro Gyra, released in 1989 .- Track listing :# "Slow Burn" - 4:07 # "Swing Street" - 5:13 # "Fairweather" - 4:46

Pointer (journal)
Pointer is the official journal of the Singapore Armed Forces. It is issued quarterly, and read primarily by SAF officers, warrant officers, and civilian employees of the Ministry of Defense

Pointer (wireless phone)
Pointer was a mobile phone network of Finnish Posti- ja telelaitos for a short time on the 1980s. The technology was similar to usual cordless phones, which could be used on hotspots around Finland, at least to make calls. Pointer phones lacked roaming capability

Pointillism is a technique of painting in which small, distinct dots of pure color are applied in patterns to form an image. Georges Seurat developed the technique in 1886, branching from Impressionism. The term Pointillism was first coined by art critics in the late 1880s to ridicule the works of these artists, and is now used without its earlier mocking connotation

Pointing may refer to:* Pointing, the hand gesture * Pointing, the external part of the mortar between bricks in walling * The position accuracy of the optical axis of a directional antenna

Pointless, subtitled "A season with Britain's worst football team" by Jeff Connor, is a book published in 2006 about East Stirlingshire F.C..In the summer of 2004, Jeff Connor, a sports journalist, was given access to East Stirlingshire, Britain's then least successful senior football club

Points (album)
Points is the second album by the sound collage and experimental music group Negativland.-Track listings:# "Harry to the Ferry" - 3:54# "The Answer Is" - 4:26# "Scolding Box" - 5:21# "That Darn Keet" - 1:50# "Dear Mary" - 1:46

Points classification
The points classification is a secondary award category in road bicycle racing. Points are given for high finishes and, in some cases, for winning intermediate sprints. The points classification is the top prize for many cycling sprinters and therefore is often known as the Sprint Classification; however, in some stage races these classifications are based on different criteria

The poise is the unit of dynamic viscosity in the centimetre gram second system of units. It is named after Jean Louis Marie Poiseuille .

Poison (album)
-Album:-Singles:"—" denotes releases that did not chart.-Chart procession and succession:-Personnel:Information taken from Allmusic and Discogs.*arranging – Carl Bourelly, Roney Hooks, Hank Shocklee*art direction – Bell Biv DeVoe

Poison (Alice Cooper song)
"Poison" is a song by artist Alice Cooper co-written and produced by Desmond Child, released worldwide as a single in 1989 and is featured on his 18th studio album Trash

Poison (comics)
Poison is the name of two fictional comic book characters, owned by Marvel Comics. The first was created by writer Steve Gerber and artist Cynthia Martin and exists in the Marvel Universe while the second lives in an alternate world featured in the one-shot comic What If?: Spider-Man: The Other. This article is about the former

Poison (EP)
Poison is an EP released by German trance group Groove Coverage. The name was taken from their single of the same name.

Poison (film)
Poison is a 1991 independent film written and directed by Todd Haynes. It is composed of three intercut stories that are partially inspired by the novels of Jean Genet

Poison (House)
"Poison" is the eighth episode of the first season of House, which premiered on the Fox network on January 25, 2005. House and his team investigate the mysterious poisoning of high-school student Matt Davis but another teen is brought in with all of the same symptoms but almost nothing else in common with Matt

Poison Ivy (1985 film)
Poison Ivy is a 1985 comedy television movie starring Michael J. Fox. Directed by Larry Elikann, the screenplay was written by Bennett Tramer. The film was produced by NBC and aired just months before Fox's feature film breakthrough Back to the Future and follow-up Teen Wolf.-Main cast:-Plot summary:Michael J

Poison Ivy (song)
"Poison Ivy" is a popular song by American songwriting duo Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller. It was originally recorded by The Coasters in 1959. It went to #1 on the R&B chart and #7 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart

Poison Pen (song)
"Poison Pen" was a single by iconic Australian rock group Hoodoo Gurus. It was released on Big Time Records in September, 1986; and was written by Dave Faulkner.

Poisoning may refer to:* Biological toxicity, see toxin and poison.* Catalyst poisoning.* Nuclear poison.* Poisoning, a classification in Cantonese food.* Route poisoning, a computer network concept.* Secondary poisoning

Poissons is a commune in the Haute-Marne department in north-eastern France.

Poitou-Charentes is an administrative region in central western France comprising four departments: Charente, Charente-Maritime, Deux-Sèvres and Vienne. The regional capital is Poitiers.-Politics:The regional council is composed of 56 members

Poivres is a commune in the Aube department in north-central France.-Population:

Poix is a commune in the Marne department in north-eastern France.

Pojat is a 1962 Finnish war drama film directed by Mikko Niskanen. It is based on a novel by Paavo Rintala.

Poka may refer to:* The portmanteau word which refers collectively to the universities of POSTECH and KAIST, two of South Korea's most prestigious universities focused on science and technology.* a Blunder* a collective term for Greek poker variations

Poke most commonly refers to the action of tapping and/or softly jabbing an object or person using a finger, stick, or similar object etc.Poke, Poké or POKE may also refer to:*PEEK and POKE, BASIC programming language commands

Pokemon (subculture)
Pokemón is the name of an urban tribe among Chile's youth that surfaced in the mid 2000s and began to decline in late 2009. They are readily identifiable by their angular and pressed hairstyles, reminiscent of characters from the Japanese media franchise Pokémon

Poker is a family of card games that share betting rules and usually hand rankings. Poker games differ in how the cards are dealt, how hands may be formed, whether the high or low hand wins the pot in a showdown , limits on bet sizes, and how many rounds of betting are allowed.In most modern poker games, the first round

Poker (disambiguation)
Poker is a family of card games.Poker may also refer to:* "Poker" , an episode of the TV series Malcolm in the Middle* "Poker" , a song by Electric Light Orchestra

Poker face
Poker face may refer to:* Poker face, a poker term for a blank expression that does not reveal anything** Blank expression- Music :* "Poker Face" , 1998* "Poker Face" , 2008