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Polyhedron
In elementary geometry a polyhedron is a geometric solid in three dimensions with flat faces and straight edges

Polyhymnia
Polyhymnia , was in Greek mythology the Muse of sacred poetry, sacred hymn and eloquence as well as agriculture and pantomime. She is depicted as very serious, pensive and meditative, and often holding a finger to her mouth, dressed in a long cloak and veil and resting her elbow on a pillar

Polyiodide
The polyiodides are a class of polyatomic halide anions composed entirely of iodine atoms.The triiodide ion, I3−, is the simplest polyiodide. Larger polyiodides are known, with single or multiple negative charges.

Polymastia (sponge)
Polymastia is a genus of sponges containing about 30 species. These are small to large encrusting or dome-shaped sponges with a smooth surface having many teat-shaped projections

Polymath
A polymath is a person whose expertise spans a significant number of different subject areas. In less formal terms, a polymath may simply be someone who is very knowledgeable

Polymerase
A polymerase is an enzyme whose central function is associated with polymers of nucleic acids such as RNA and DNA.The primary function of a polymerase is the polymerization of new DNA or RNA against an existing DNA or RNA template in the processes of replication and transcription

Polymodal
Polymodal is having multiple modes or modalities. Examples include:* Polymodality, multiple stimulus modalities * Polytonality, multiple musical modes

Polymodality
Polymodality is the feature of having multiple stimulus modalities. Examples includes free nerve endings.

Polymorph
-Science:* Polymorphonuclear leukocyte or granulocyte, a type of white blood cell* Polymorph, a trade name for the low melting-temperature polymer, Polycaprolactone * Dreissena polymorpha, the species commonly known as the Zebra mussel

Polymorph (novel)
Polymorph is a 1997 cyberpunk novel by American science fiction author Scott Westerfeld.-Plot:"Milica Raznakovic" is the principal alias employed by the protagonist, a shape-changer or "polymorph." Living in a recession-hit future New York, she spends her time partying anonymously, each night in a different body, enjoying casual sex and absolutely no personal attachments

Polymorph (Red Dwarf episode)
"Polymorph" is the third episode of science fiction sitcom Red Dwarf Series III, and the fifteenth in the series run. It premiered on the British television channel BBC2 on 28 November 1989. It is considered by some to be the series' best. Written by Rob Grant and Doug Naylor, and directed by Ed Bye, the episode has the crew fighting a shapeshifting, emotion-stealing creature

Polymorphism
Polymorphism or dimorphism may refer to:-Biology:* Polymorphism , including:** having multiple phenotypes within a population; the switch that determines which phenotype an individual displays can be genetic or environmental

Polymorphism
Polymorphism or dimorphism may refer to:-Biology:* Polymorphism , including:** having multiple phenotypes within a population; the switch that determines which phenotype an individual displays can be genetic or environmental

Polynesian (disambiguation)
Polynesian is the adjective form of "Polynesia". It may refer to:* Polynesians, ethnic groups* Polynesian culture* Polynesian mythology* Polynesian languages* Polynesian

Polynesian (horse)
Polynesian was an American Thoroughbred racehorse owned by Gertrude T. Widener, of the prominent Widener family of Philadelphia, and bred by her father-in-law Joseph E

Polynesians
The Polynesian peoples is a grouping of various ethnic groups that speak Polynesian languages, a branch of the Oceanic languages within the Austronesian languages, and inhabit Polynesia. They number approximately 1,500,000 people

Polynoidae
A family of scaled Polychaete worms known as the "scale worms". Short and flat, specimens reach as much as 20 cm in length and 10 cm width. An almost-constant number of small segments is the norm. They are covered by scales, technically termed elytra.

Polynomial
In mathematics, a polynomial is an expression of finite length constructed from variables and constants, using only the operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and non-negative integer exponents

Polynuclear
Polynuclear and multinuclear are names in haematology sometimes given to neutrophil and eosinophil and basophil white blood cells.Examples of multinuclear cells include cardiomyocytes and skeletal muscle cells.

Polynya
A polynya or polynia is an area of open water surrounded by sea ice. It is now used as geographical term for an area of unfrozen sea within the ice pack. It is a loanword from , , which means a natural ice hole, and was adopted in the 19th century by polar explorers to describe navigable portions of the sea

Polyp
A polyp in zoology is one of two forms found in the phylum Cnidaria, the other being the medusa. Polyps are approximately cylindrical in shape and elongated at the axis of the body

Polyphony
In music, polyphony is a texture consisting of two or more independent melodic voices, as opposed to music with just one voice or music with one dominant melodic voice accompanied by chords .

Polyphony (choir)
Polyphony is a small English choir formed by Stephen Layton for one particular concert put on in King's College, Cambridge in 1986. They have released many critically acclaimed recordings, the most recent of which is Bruckner - Mass in E Minor and Motets. They record and perform a wide range of music mainly on Hyperion Records

Polyphony (literature)
In literature, polyphony is a feature of narrative, which includes a diversity of points of view and voices. The concept was introduced by Mikhail Bakhtin, based on the musical concept polyphony.

Polyphosphate
Triphosphates are salts or esters of polymeric oxyanions formed from tetrahedral PO4 structural units linked together by sharing oxygen atoms. When two corners are shared the polyphosphate may have a linear chain structure or a cyclic ring structure. In biology the polyphosphate esters AMP, ADP and ATP are involved in energy transfer

Polypide
The polypide in bryozoans encompasses most of the organs and tissues of each individual zooid. This includes the tentacles, tentacle sheath, U-shaped digestive tract, musculature and nerve cells. It is housed in the zooidal skeleton, which in cyclostomes is tubular and in cheilostomes is box-shaped.

Polyploidy
Polyploid is a term used to describe cells and organisms containing more than two paired sets of chromosomes. Most eukaryotic species are diploid, meaning they have two sets of chromosomes — one set inherited from each parent. However polyploidy is found in some organisms and is especially common in plants

Polyporus
Polyporus is a genus of fungi in the Polyporaceae family. It is a genus used for the production of single cell proteins, sources of mixed protein extracted from pure or mixed cultures of algae, yeasts, fungi or bacteria used as a substitute for protein-rich foods, in human and animal feeds.The name probably comes from poly meaning many and

Polyquinane
A polyquinane and polyquinene is a saturated or unsaturated, respectively, polycyclic hydrocarbon consisting of fused five-membered rings . The simplest member is the bicyclic compound bicyclo[3.3.0]octane

Polyresin
Polyresin is a resin compound generally used for statues, figurines, and decorative furniture. It is a sturdy material that can be intricately molded, allowing a great level of detail with consistent texture.

Polyrhythm (song)
is Perfume's second single from their second album Game and 10th overall. Appropriately, the song's bridge is polyrhythmic, incorporating 5/8, 6/8 in the vocals, common time and 3/2 in the drums

Polysaccharide
Polysaccharides are long carbohydrate molecules, of repeated monomer units joined together by glycosidic bonds. They range in structure from linear to highly branched. Polysaccharides are often quite heterogeneous, containing slight modifications of the repeating unit. Depending on the structure, these macromolecules can have distinct properties from their monosaccharide building blocks

Polysemy
Polysemy is the capacity for a sign or signs to have multiple meanings , i.e., a large semantic field.Charles Fillmore and Beryl Atkins’ definition stipulates three elements: the various senses of a polysemous word have a central origin, the links between these senses form a network, and understanding the ‘inner’ one contributes to

Polytechnic (Band)
Polytechnic are an indie-rock band based in Chorlton-cum-Hardy in Manchester, England.- Members :Dylan Giles ; Yuri Caul ; Tim Warren ; Peet Earnshaw - History:

Polytetrafluoroethylene
Polytetrafluoroethylene is a synthetic fluoropolymer of tetrafluoroethylene that finds numerous applications. PTFE is most well known by the DuPont brand name Teflon.

Polyunsaturated fat
In nutrition, polyunsaturated fat, or polyunsaturated fatty acid, are fatty acids in which more than one carbon–carbon double bond exists within the representative molecule. That is, the molecule has two or more points on its structure capable of supporting hydrogen atoms not currently part of the structure

Polyunsaturated fatty acid
Polyunsaturated fatty acids are fatty acids that contain more than one double bond in their backbone. This class includes many important compounds, such as essential fatty acids and those that give drying oils their characteristic property.

Polyvinyl chloride
Polyvinyl chloride, commonly abbreviated PVC, is a thermoplastic polymer. It is a vinyl polymer constructed of repeating vinyl groups having one hydrogen replaced by chloride. Polyvinyl chloride is the third most widely produced plastic, after polyethylene and polypropylene. PVC is widely used in construction because it is cheap, durable, and easily worked

Pom
- Business :* Pepco Holdings, the stock symbol for Pepco Holdings, Inc.* Production and Operations Management- Food and beverages :* POM Wonderful, a brand of pomegranate juice* Pom , a taro like root based oven dish native to Suriname- Astronomy :

Pom (comics)
Jozef Van Hove, better known as Pom, is a Belgian comics writer and artist, mainly known for the comic strip Piet Pienter en Bert Bibber published in Gazet van Antwerpen. Pom was one of the best known Flemish comics authors of the 1950s. Between 1955 and 1995, 45 comic books were published of his newspaper comic strip

Pomegranates (band)
-History:Pomegranates formed in 2006 with Joey Cook, Isaac Karns, and Jacob Merritt. The band released their first recording, Two Eyes EP, in June 2007. In 2007, Josh Kufeldt joined the band they shortly released their first studio album, Everything is Alive that same year

Pomeranian
Pomeranian is an adjective referring to Pomerania, an area divided between Poland and Germany.-Peoples and cultures:* Pomeranian Balts, ancient western Baltic people*Pomeranian culture, an Iron Age culture of earlier people in land later called Pomerania

Pomeranian (European Parliament constituency)
In European elections, Pomeranian is a Polish constituency of the European Parliament. It consists of the Pomeranian Voivodeship.-Nomenclature:

Pomfret
Pomfret are perciform fishes belonging to the family Bramidae.They are found in the Atlantic, Indian, and Pacific Oceans, and the largest species, the Atlantic pomfret, Brama brama, grows up to long.

Pomme de Terre
Pomme de Terre is French and is translated as "apple of the earth," which usually refers to the potato. The synonymous is patate.Pomme de Terre may refer to a location in the United States:*Pomme de Terre, Minnesota, a ghost town

Pommel
Pommel may refer to:* pommel, the raised area at the front of an equestrian saddle.* Pommel, the counterweight at the end of the hilt of a European sword* Pommel horse, an artistic gymnastics apparatus

Pommel horse
The pommel horse is an artistic gymnastics apparatus. Traditionally, it is used by only male gymnasts. Originally made of a metal frame with a wooden body and a leather cover, modern pommel horses have a metal body covered with foam rubber and leather, with plastic handles .- History :The pommel horse was developed centuries ago as an artificial horse used by soldiers to

Pommier
Pommier is a commune in the Pas-de-Calais department in the Nord-Pas-de-Calais region of France.-Geography:Pommier is situated southwest of Arras, at the junction of the D8 and D30 roads.-Population:-References:*

Pomo people
The Pomo people are an indigenous peoples of California. The historic Pomo territory in northern California was large, bordered by the Pacific Coast to the west, extending inland to Clear Lake, and mainly between Cleone and Duncans Point

Pomodoro
Pomodoro may refer to:* Arnaldo Pomodoro, an Italian sculptor* Pasta pomodoro, an Italian pasta dish* Pasta Pomodoro , the restaurant chain* Passata di pomodoro, tomato purée

POMP
Proteasome maturation protein is a protein that in humans is encoded by the POMP gene. It is a short-lived maturation factor required for 20S proteasome subunit biogenesis.-Further reading:

Pompadour (hairstyle)
Pompadour is a tall style of men's haircut which takes its name from Madame de Pompadour.There are Latin variants of the hair style more associated with European and Argentine tango fashion trends and occasionally with late 20th century musical genres such as rockabilly and country.The pompadour was also a fashion trend in the 1950s among male rockabilly artists and actors

Pompeii (album)
Pompeii is an album by German progressive rock group Triumvirat. The band released the album under the name of "The New Triumvirat" due to temporary legal squabbles over the original name.-Track listing:#"The Earthquake 62 A.D." - 6:18

Pompeii (band)
Pompeii is an American rock band formed in Austin, Texas in 2005. The band comprises Dean Stafford , Erik Johnson , Rob Davidson , Colin Butler who replaced founding member Shane Stevens after he left the band

Pompey
Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus, also known as Pompey or Pompey the Great , was a military and political leader of the late Roman Republic