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Port (medical)
In medicine, a port is a small medical appliance that is installed beneath the skin. A catheter connects the port to a vein

Port Elizabeth (disambiguation)
Port Elizabeth is a city in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa.Port Elizabeth may also refer to:* Port Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA* Port Newark-Elizabeth Marine Terminal, New Jersey, USA* Port Elizabeth, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Port Louis (disambiguation)
Port Louis is the capital of Mauritius.Port Louis may also refer to:* Port Louis , a district of Mauritius* Port Louis, Falkland Islands, a settlement on northeastern East Falkland

Port Moresby
Port Moresby , or Pot Mosbi in Tok Pisin, is the capital and largest city of Papua New Guinea . It is located on the shores of the Gulf of Papua, on the southeastern coast of the island of New Guinea, which made it a prime objective for conquest by the Imperial Japanese forces during 1942–43 in World War II, as a staging point and air base to cut off Australia from

Port of Call
-Synopsis:Berit, a young woman living in a working-class port town begins a relationship with Gösta, a sailor newly returned from overseas and intent upon staying on land

-People:* Porta , stagename of Christian Jiménez Bundo, a Spanish rap singer* Carlo Porta , Italian poet in the Milanese dialect* Costanzo Porta , Italian composer of the Renaissance

Portable may refer to:* Portable building, a manufactured structure that is built off site and moved in upon completion of site and utility work

Portage (Amtrak station)
Portage is a train station in Portage, Wisconsin, United States, served by Amtrak, the national railroad passenger system. The depot is a small square brick structure constructed during the Amtrak era, that is located near a Canadian Pacific Railway office There are no station staff in Portage

Portal may refer to:* Portal , a gate, door, or tunnel* Portal , a magical or technological doorway that connects two different locations in time or space- Entertainment :

Portal (architecture)
Portal is a general term describing an opening in the walls of a building, gate or fortification, and especially a grand entrance to an important structure. Doors, metal gates or portcullis in the opening can be used to control entry or exit. The surface surrounding the opening may be made of simple building materials or decorated with ornamentation

Portato in music denotes a smooth, pulsing articulation and is often notated by adding dots under slur markings.

A portcullis is a latticed grille made of wood, metal, fibreglass or a combination of the three. Portcullises fortified the entrances to many medieval castles, acting as a last line of defence during time of attack or siege

The Sublime Porte, also Ottoman Porte or High Porte , is a synecdoche for the central government of the Ottoman Empire, by reference to the High Gate of the Divan of the Topkapı Palace in Istanbul.The particular term was used in the context of diplomacy by Western states, as their diplomats were

Portello may refer to:* Portello , a car-producing district of Milan* Portello , a brand of soft drink* The Portello Gate in Padua

Portent may refer to:* Portent , a phenomenon that is believed to foretell the future* The Portent, a comic book* USS Portent , an Auk-class minesweeper

-Occupations:* Porter , person who carries objects* Porter , member of staff in many of the colleges of the Universities of Cambridge, Oxford, and Durham

Porter (Martian crater)
Porter is a large-scale impact crater in the Thaumasia quadrangle on the planet Mars, situated in Aonia Terra at 50.8° south and 113.9º west. The impact caused a bowl across. The name was chosen in 1973 by the International Astronomical Union in honour of the US astronomer and explorer, Russell W. Porter .-Sources:*.*.

Porter (name)
Porter is a common English surname and also a given name. The name originates as an Old French occupational name, portier , or porteour . Its earliest public record is 1086 at Winchester Castle. With transferred use, Porter also became a masculine given name with varied popularity. According to the U.S

Portfolio literally means "a case for carrying loose papers," .

Portfolio (Yolandita Monge album)
Portfolio is the 19th Studio album by Puerto Rican singer Yolandita Monge. It was released in 1990 and it includes the hits "Cantaré", "Sin Amor", and the club hit "Fuiste Un Sueño". Seven out of ten tracks in this album were composed by Venezuelan singer/songwriter Ricardo Montaner

A porthole is a generally circular, window used on the hull of ships to admit light and air. Porthole is actually an abbreviated term for "port hole window"

Portico (disambiguation)
A portico is a porch leading to the entrance of a building with a roof structure over a walkway.Portico may also refer to:* Hyundai Portico, a crossover sport utility vehicle* Portico , a high-rise building in Florida, USA

Portico (Miami)
Portico is a high-rise building planned for construction in the Wynwood neighborhood of Miami, Florida. It has been approved by the City of Miami, and is scheduled to begin construction in late 2007. If completed, the building would rise 461 feet , with 50 floors

Portland commonly refers to:* Portland, Oregon, United States* Portland, Maine, United States* Isle of Portland, England, the origin of the namePortland may also refer to:-Australia:

Portland (sheep)
The Portland is a sheep breed that takes its name from the Isle of Portland. This breed is raised primarily for meat.-History:Once common all over Dorset, the breed was once of the one rarest in Britain and is still at risk. In the 1970s, it was nearly extinct altogether, but has now recovered through efforts of dedicated breeders and the help of the Rare Breeds Survival Trust

Portmanteau word
A portmanteau or portmanteau word is a blend of two words or morphemes into one new word. A portmanteau word typically combines both sounds and meanings, as in smog, coined by blending smoke and fog. More generally, it may refer to any term or phrase that combines two or more meanings

Porto , also known as Oporto in English, is the second largest city in Portugal and one of the major urban areas in the Iberian Peninsula. Its administrative limits include a population of 237,559 inhabitants distributed within 15 civil parishes

Porto (Naples)
Porto is the neighborhood of Naples, southern Italy, that includes the area adjacent to the main passenger terminals of the port of Naples, but does not extend much farther than that to the eastern freight facilities of the port

thumb|250px|right|Portrait of [[Thomas Jefferson]] by [[Rembrandt Peale]], 1805. [[New-York Historical Society]].A portrait is a painting, photograph, sculpture, or other artistic representation of a person, in which the face and its expression is predominant. The intent is to display the likeness, personality, and even the mood of the person

Portrait (group)
Portrait are an American R&B vocal quartet, consisting of members Michael Angelo Saulsberry, Irving Washington III, Eric Kirkland and Philip Johnson.-Career:

Portrait (Lynda Carter album)
Portrait is the first album by the American actress Lynda Carter. It was released in 1978 on vinyl LP, 8-track and cassette as well as a limited edition picture LP. Carter co-wrote three of the songs: "Want to Get Beside You," "Fantasy Man" and "Toto "

Portrait (Rick Astley album)
Portrait is Rick Astley's sixth album, released in 2005. This album is a collection of covers of pop standards. It is his first UK studio album since 1993's Body and Soul.-Track listing:# "Vincent" – 3:24# "And I Love You So" – 2:55

Portrait (The Walker Brothers album)
Portrait is the second album by The Walker Brothers, released in 1966. It was their most successful album.-Track listing:Side One# "In My Room" - 2:34# "Saturday's Child" - 2:07

Portsmouth is the second largest city in the ceremonial county of Hampshire on the south coast of England. Portsmouth is notable for being the United Kingdom's only island city; it is located mainly on Portsea Island

Portsmouth (Mike Oldfield single)
"Portsmouth" is a single released by musician Mike Oldfield in 1976 . It is Oldfield's highest charting single in the United Kingdom, charting at number 3.- Details :

Portsmouth (song)
"Portsmouth" is a traditional English folk dance tune, similar to an hornpipe melody. It is sometimes referred to as the Portsmouth Hornpipe."Portsmouth" appeared in the 11th edition of John Playford's The Dancing Master in 1701

Portsmouth (UK Parliament constituency)
Portsmouth was a borough constituency based upon the borough of Portsmouth in Hampshire. It returned two Members of Parliament to the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom, elected by the bloc vote system.- History :

Portugal (disambiguation)
Portugal is a country in southwest Europe.Portugal may also refer to:*Portugal , coterminous with the country*Portugal *Portugal national football team

Portugal (European Parliament constituency)
In European elections, Portugal is a constituency of the European Parliament, currently represented by twenty-two MEPs. It covers the member state of Portugal.-Current MEPs:As of September 2010-1987:

Portugal (surname)
Portugal is a surname derived from the country of the same name. People with the name include:*Anne Portugal , French poet*Francisco de Portugal, 3rd Count of Vimioso , Portuguese nobleman, Constable of António, Prior of Crato, during the War of the Portuguese Succession .*Eliezer Zusia Portugal , Rabbi *Hugo Sánchez

Portuguese is an adjective referring to matters related to Portugal. It may refer to:* Portuguese language, natively spoken in Portugal, Brazil, Angola, Mozambique, Cape Verde, East Timor and other countries**including Portuguese dialects

POSDATA is a comprehensive IT service provider, established in 1989 as a subsidiary of steelmaker POSCO. POSDATA delivers products and services to telecommunications and computing companies and is actively focused on creating the ubiquitous network by harnessing technologies of the future, including the Mobile WiMAX and ETC .For the Mobile WiMAX business,

"Pose" is the first single by Puerto Rico reggaeton artist Daddy Yankee from the movie soundtrack to the motion picture Talento de Barrio, and was released on May 14, 2008, by Machete Music and El Cartel Records. The single was made available through online music stores on August 12, 2008

Poseidon (comics)
Poseidon is a fictional comic book superhero, a member of the Superhuman Initiative implemented by Iron Man, Hank Pym and Mr. Fantastic as part of the Superhuman Registration Act, as seen in Marvel Comics' 2006-07 Civil War miniseries. Poseidon was first mentioned in Civil War #5 .

Poseidon (Saint Seiya)
The Greek god is one of the main antagonists in the manga Saint Seiya, created by Masami Kurumada and later adapted to anime. Kurumada based his character on the mythological persona of the same name.

Poser is a 3D CGI rendering and animation software program optimized for models that depict the human figure in three-dimensional form, mostly used to pose and animate the figures in a similar way as a mannequin

Poses is the second studio album by the Canadian-American singer-songwriter Rufus Wainwright, released through DreamWorks Records in June 2001

Poses may refer to:* Pose * Plural of pose* Poses , Rufus Wainwright's second album* Poses, Eure, a commune of the Eure department in France

Poseur (music)
Poseur is a pejorative term, often used in the punk, heavy metal, hip hop and goth subcultures to describe a person who copies the dress, speech, and/or mannerisms of a group or subculture, generally for attaining acceptability within the group or for popularity among various other groups, yet who is deemed to not share or understand the values or philosophy of the subculture

Posh or POSH may refer to:In computing:*Plain Old Semantic HTML*Poshlib, the Portable Open Source Harness*Windows PowerShell, sometimes abbreviated PoShIn entertainment:*Posh , a 1980 album by Patrice Rushen

Posh (album)
Posh is a 1980 album released by R&B singer Patrice Rushen, her third album for Elektra Records and sixth album overall. The album was recently re-released on Wounded Bird Records, as were several other Rushen albums from the time

POSH (TV series)
POSH is a Philippine teen-oriented drama produced by Viva Television and co-produced and broadcast by Q, a sister television network of GMA Network, from June 24, 2006 to December 23, 2006.-Storyline:

POSIT is an acronym of Process Optimization, Standardization and Innovation Technique, a standard to measure global business processes that are maintained in multiple business applications and serviced by various outsourcing companies.

Position may refer to:* Position , a player role within a team* Position , the orientation of a baby prior to birth* Position , a mathematical identification of relative location

Position (Obstetrics)
In obstetrics, position is the orientation of the fetus in the womb, identified by the location of the presenting part of the fetus relative to the pelvis of the mother

Position paper
A position paper is an essay that presents an opinion about an issue, typically that of the author or another specified entity; such as a political party. Position papers are published in academia, in politics, in law and other domains.

Positions is a book by French philosopher Jacques Derrida, published in 1972. It consist of a collection of interviews. Derrida talks about his earlier works and their relationships. He said that his 1962 essay, Edmund Husserl's Origin of Geometry: An Introduction, already contained many elements of his thought, that would be further elaborated later

Positive is a property of positivity and may refer to:- Mathematics and science :* Converging lens or positive lens, in optics* Plus sign, the sign "+" used to indicate a positive number* Positive , a polarity of electrical charge

Positive (film)
Positive is a 2007, Hindi short film directed by Farhan Akhtar, and produced by Farhan Akhtar and Ritesh Sidwani under their Excel Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. banner

Positivity may refer to:* The degree to which something is positive* "Positivity", a song by Prince on his Lovesexy album* "Positivity", a song by Ashley Tisdale on Headstrong * "Positivity" , a song by Suede

Positivity (song)
Positivity is the name of several songs:* for the Ashley Tisdale song, see Headstrong * for the Suede song, see Positivity

Positron (video game)
Positron is a video game which was published for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron computers by Micro Power in 1983. It was developed on a pre-release Electron and was one of the few games available for the machine on its launch.-Gameplay:The player controls a laser base which can move left and right and fire vertically

Poss may refer to:* POSS, a major photographic survey of the night sky* An acronym for Professional Open-Source Software * Poss , a basketball statisticPeople with the surname Poss: