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Polity (publisher)
Polity is an international publisher in the social sciences and humanities. It publishes around 100 books a year in sociology, politics, philosophy, media and cultural studies, health studies, literary studies, history, anthropology and related subjects. Its books range from core textbooks for students to cutting-edge scholarly work

Polje
A polje is a large flat plain in karst territory, with areas usually 5 to 400 km². The name derives from the Slavic languages and is a cognate with the English word field.-In geology:

Polka
The polka is a Central European dance and also a genre of dance music familiar throughout Europe and the Americas. It originated in the middle of the 19th century in Bohemia

Poll
Poll, polled or polling may refer to:- Figurative head counts :* Polling, voting* Show of hands, voting* Opinion poll* The polls, polling places* Poll, an election* Polling , sequential interrogation of devices- Other :

POLL
DNA polymerase lambda, also known as POLL, is a protein that, in humans, is encoded by the POLLA gene.- Function :Pol λ is a member of the X family of DNA polymerases. It is thought to resynthesize missing nucleotides during non-homologous end joining, a pathway of DNA double-strand break repair

Pollack
Pollack is a surname, and may refer to:* Alan W. Pollack, musicologist* Andrea Pollack , swimmer* Ben Pollack , drummer and bandleader* Brittany Pollack, New York City Ballet dancer* David M. Pollack, , American football linebacker

Pollard (surname)
Pollard is a family name that may refer to:* Albert Pollard, British historian* Alfred W. Pollard, , English bibliographer* Bernard Pollard, an NFL safety for the Houston Texans* Carl Pollard, American linguist

Polle (Samtgemeinde)
Polle was a Samtgemeinde in the district of Holzminden, in Lower Saxony, Germany. Its seat was in the village Polle

Pollen (band)
Pollen was a power pop band originally hailing from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. They released four albums over their eight years.-Band members:*Dan Hargest, *Kevin Scanlon, Pollen was a power pop band originally hailing from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. They released four albums over their eight years.-Band members:*Dan Hargest, (Vocals)*Kevin Scanlon, Pollen was a power pop band originally hailing from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. They released four albums over their eight years.-Band members:*Dan Hargest, (Vocals)*Kevin Scanlon, (Guitar*Chris Serafini, (Bass)*Mike Bennett, (Guitar)*Bob Hoag, (Drums)

Pollen (novel)
Pollen is a 1995 science fiction novel written by British author Jeff Noon.-Plot summary:Pollen is the sequel to Vurt and concerns the ongoing struggle between the real world and the virtual world

Pollen tube
The pollen tubes is the male gametophyte of seed plants that acts as a conduit to transport the male sperm cells from the pollen grain, either from the stigma to the ovules at the base of the pistil, or directly through ovule tissue in some gymnosperms .After pollination, the pollen tube germinates from the pollen grain and

Pollice verso
Pollice verso or verso pollice is a Latin phrase, meaning "with a turned thumb", that is used in the context of gladiatorial combat. It refers to the hand gesture used by Ancient Roman crowds to pass judgment on a defeated gladiator.

Pollina (surname)
Pollina is the surname of:* Adam Pollina, American comic-book artist* Anthony Pollina, American politician from the Vermont Progressive Party* Billy Pollina , American television and film producerSee also:* Pollina

Polling station
A polling place or polling station is where voters cast their ballots in elections.Since elections generally take place over a one- or two-day span on a periodic basis, often annual or longer, polling places are often located in facilities used for other purposes, such as schools, churches, sports halls, local government offices, or even private homes, and will each serve a

Pollinium
Pollinium, or plural pollinia, is a coherent mass of pollen grains in a plant.They are the product of only one anther, but are transferred, during pollination, as a single unit. This is regularly seen in plants such as orchids and many species of milkweeds .Most orchids have waxy pollinia

Pollock
Pollock is the common name used for either of the two species of marine fish in the Pollachius genus. Both P. pollachius and P. virens are commonly referred to as pollock. Other names for P

Pollucite
Pollucite is a zeolite mineral with the formula 2Al2Si4O12·2H2O with iron, calcium, rubidium and potassium as common substituting elements. It is important as a significant ore of caesium and sometimes rubidium. It forms a solid solution series with analcime. It crystallizes in the isometric - hexoctahedral crystal system as colorless, white, gray, or rarely pink and blue masses

Pollutant
A pollutant is a waste material that pollutes air, water or soil, and is the cause of pollution.Three factors determine the severity of a pollutant: its chemical nature, its concentration and its persistence. Some pollutants are biodegradable and therefore will not persist in the environment in the long term

Pollution (Goodies episode)
Pollution is an episode of the British comedy television series The Goodies— a BAFTA-nominated series for Best Light Entertainment Programme.This episode is also known as The Ministry of Pollution

Pollux
Pollux may refer to:Astronomy*Pollux , *Pollux, a crater on the Saturnian moon EpimetheusFictional characters*Pollux Black, a pureblood wizard, grandfather of Sirius Black in the Harry Potter universeGames

Pollux (mountain)
Pollux is a mountain in the Pennine Alps on the border between Valais, Switzerland and the Aosta Valley in Italy. It is the lower of a pair of twin peaks , the other being Castor, named after the Gemini twins of Roman mythology

Polly (peanut)
Polly is a series of peanut based snacks made by KiMs Norge, a subsidiary of the Orkla Group, sold throughout Norway. In addition to the traditional peanut products, other producs include cashewnuts, chilinuts in addition to a number of mixed producs including various nuts and raisins.Originally Polly AS was a Skien-based company that eventually was bought by Sætre

Pollyanna (1920 film)
Pollyanna is a 1920 American melodrama/comedy film starring Mary Pickford, directed by Paul Powell, and based upon an Eleanor H. Porter novel. It was Pickford's first motion picture for United Artists. It became a major success and would be regarded as one of Pickford's most defining pictures

Pollyanna (1960 film)
Pollyanna is a Walt Disney Productions feature film starring child actress Hayley Mills, Jane Wyman, Karl Malden and Richard Egan in a story about a cheerful orphan changing the outlook of a small town. Based upon the novel Pollyanna by Eleanor Porter, the film was written and directed by David Swift

Pollyanna (film)
Pollyanna is a best-selling 1913 novel by Eleanor H. Porter.Pollyanna may also refer to:* Pollyanna , an adaptation of the novel, starring Mary Pickford* Pollyanna , another adaptation, starring Hayley Mills

Pollywog
A polliwog is a tadpole, the offspring of an amphibian.Polliwog or pollywog may also refer to:* Binyah Binyah Polliwog, a character on the children's television series Gullah Gullah Island

Polo
Polo is a team sport played on horseback in which the objective is to score goals against an opposing team. Sometimes called, "The Sport of Kings", it was highly popularized by the British. Players score by driving a small white plastic or wooden ball into the opposing team's goal using a long-handled mallet

Polo (flamenco palo)
Polo is the name of a flamenco palo or musical form. There is only one known song in this palo, which is extremely similar to another palo called caña, and its guitar accompaniment, like the caña, shares its rhythm and motifs with soleá. Both the caña and polo share the same musical mode. In fact, the polo has usually been considered as a derivation of the caña

Polo (music)
Polo designates two forms of Venezuelan folk music. One that originates from Margarita Island and another one that is played in Coro, in the state of Falcón. In main lines, this genre is interpreted using cuatro, maracas, mandolin, guitar and voice

Polo kinase
In enzymology, a polo kinase is a kinase enzyme i.e. one that catalyzes the chemical reactionThus, the two substrates of these enzymes are ATP and protein, whereas their two products are ADP and phosphoprotein.

Polonaise
The polonaise is a slow dance of Polish origin, in 3/4 time. Its name is French for "Polish."The polonaise had a rhythm quite close to that of the Swedish semiquaver or sixteenth-note polska, and the two dances have a common origin.

Polonia (Elgar)
Polonia is a symphonic prelude by the English composer Edward Elgar written in 1915 as his Op. 76.-History:On 13 April 1915 the Polish conductor Emil Młynarski asked Elgar to compose something, thinking of how Elgar's Carillon had been a recent tribute to Belgium, but this time using Polish national music.The piece was mainly Elgar's own work, but he included quotations from the

Polonia (personification)
Polonia, the name for Poland in Latin and many Romance and other languages, is most often used in modern Polish as referring to the Polish diaspora

Polony
Polony is a contraction of "polymerase colony," a small colony of DNA.Polonies are discrete clonal amplifications of a single DNA molecule, grown in a gel matrix. This approach greatly improves the signal-to-noise ratio. Polonies can be generated using several techniques that include solid-phase PCR in polyacrylamide gels

Polos
Polos generally refers to a high cylindrical crown typically worn by mythological goddesses.Polos may also refer to:* The plural of polo* In music, the polos is one of the interlocking parts of Kotekan

Poltergeist (album)
Poltergeist is the first demo release by death metal band Deathchain. . It was released in 2002.- Track listing :# Poltergeist 3:33

Poltergeist (comics)
Poltergeist is a fictional character, a mutant in the Marvel Comics Universe. He first appeared in Spider-Woman #49, as an adolescent mutant with uncontrolled psychokinetic powers. He later appeared in the mini-series Beauty and the Beast starring Beast and Dazzler

Poltroon
Poltroon was a successful event horse ridden by American rider Torrance Watkins.* Color: pinto* Height: 15.1 hh* Sex: mare* Rider: Torrance Watkins* Breeder: Susie Beckman* Owner: The Marra Family

Polveroso
Polveroso is a commune in the Haute-Corse department of France on the island of Corsica.-Population:-References:*

Polyamorous (Breaking Benjamin song)
-Music videos:Two music videos were produced for "Polyamorous." The original version deals with a voyeuristic couple whom, with the use of a joystick and various monitors for hidden cameras, are spying on other couples. The band is seen performing in the same chambers as these couples are as well as in a cage in an empty swimming pool

Polyanthus
Polyanthus is a name used to describe several things in botany:* Polyanthus , a disambiguation page* Polyanthus , a horse which took part in the 1836 Great LiverpoolSteeplechase

Polybutylene
Polybutylene is a polyolefin or saturated polymer with the chemical formula n. It should not be confused with polybutene, a low molecular weight oligomer with a different repeat unit.

Polychromatic
The term polychromatic means having several colours.It is used to describe light that exhibits more than one color. In a technical respect, this can also mean that it contains radiation of more than one wavelength. The study of polychromatics is particularly useful in the production of diffraction gratings.-External links:*.

Polychrome
Polychrome is one of the terms used to describe the use of multiple colors in one entity. It has also been defined as "The practice of decorating architectural elements, sculpture, etc., in a variety of colors." Polychromatic light is composed of a number of different wavelengths

Polycyclic
Polycyclic may refer to:* Polycyclic compound, in organic chemistry, a cyclic compound with more than one hydrocarbon loop or ring structures* Polycyclic group, in mathematics, a solvable group that satisfies the maximal condition on subgroups

Polydipsia
Polydipsia is a medical symptom in which the patient displays excessive thirst. The word derives from the Greek πολυδιψία, which is derived from πολύς + δίψα

Polyembryoma
Polyembryoma is a rare, very aggressive form of germ cell tumor usually found in the ovaries. Polyembryoma has features of both yolk sac tumour and undifferentiated teratoma/embryonal carcinoma, with a characteristic finding of embryoid bodies lying in a loose mesenchymal stroma.It has been found in association with Klinefelter syndrome.

Polyembryony
Polyembryony is the phenomenon of two or more embryos developing from a single fertilized egg . Polyembryony occurs regularly in many plants and animals. The nine banded armadillo, for instance, usually gives birth to four identical young

Polyethylene glycol
Polyethylene glycol is a polyether compound with many applications from industrial manufacturing to medicine. It has also been known as polyethylene oxide or polyoxyethylene , depending on its molecular weight, and under the tradename Carbowax.-Available forms:PEG, PEO, or POE refers to an oligomer or polymer of ethylene oxide

Polygala
Polygala is a genus of about 500 species of flowering plants belonging to the family Polygalaceae, commonly known as milkwort or snakeroot

Polyglot
Polyglot may refer to:*Polyglot , someone who uses many languages*Polyglot , a book that contains the same text in more than one language*Polyglot , a computer program that is valid in more than one programming language

Polyglot (webzine)
Polyglot is a biweekly online newsletter about the game hobby industry. It contains official press releases put out by roleplaying game, board game, miniatures, card game, LARP, comic book, and computer game companies. It is published for free as a downloadable PDF

Polygonaceae
Polygonaceae is a family of flowering plants known informally as the "knotweed family" or "smartweed family"— "buckwheat family" in the United States. The name is based on the genus Polygonum and was first used by Antoine Laurent de Jussieu in 1789 in his book, Genera Plantarum. The name refers to the many swollen nodes that the stems of some species have

Polygonum
Polygonum is a genus in the Polygonaceae family. Common names include knotweed, knotgrass, bistort, tear-thumb, mile-a-minute, and several others. In the Middle English glossary of herbs "Alphita" , it was known as ars-smerte. There have been various opinions about how broadly the genus should be defined

Polygyny
Polygyny is a form of marriage in which a man has two or more wives at the same time. In countries where the practice is illegal, the man is referred to as a bigamist or a polygamist