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Potbelly stove
A potbelly stove is a cast-iron wood-burning stove, round with a bulge in the middle. The name is derived from the resemblance of the stove to that of a fat man's pot belly. They were designed to heat large spaces and were often found in train stations or one-room schoolhouses

Potboiler or pot-boiler is a term used to describe a poor quality novel, play, opera, or film, or other creative work that was created quickly to make money to pay for the creator's daily expenses . Authors who create potboiler novels or screenplays are sometimes called hack writers

Potency may refer to:* Potency , a measure of the activity of a drug in a biological system* Virility* Potency is a measure of the differentiation potential of stem cells

Potency (pharmacology)
In the field of pharmacology, potency is a measure of drug activity expressed in terms of the amount required to produce an effect of given intensity. A highly potent drug evokes a larger response at low concentrations, while a drug of lower potency evokes a small response at low concentrations

Potentate is an informal term for a person with potent, usually supreme, power.-Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine:

*In linguistics, the potential mood*The mathematical study of potentials is known as potential theory; it is the study of harmonic functions on manifolds

Potentiometer (measuring instrument)
A potentiometer is an instrument for measuring the potential in a circuit. Before the introduction of the moving coil and digital volt meters, potentiometers were used in measuring voltage, hence the '-meter' part of their name

A pothole is a type of disruption in the surface of a roadway where a portion of the road material has broken away, leaving a hole.- Formation :

Potku is a brand of ready-to-eat spicy meat snacks made by HK Ruokatalo. The snacks are sold packaged in a cardboard jar that contains the meat snacks, the spicy dip sauce, and a plastic fork

A potlatch is a gift-giving festival and primary economic system practiced by indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast of Canada and United States. This includes Heiltsuk Nation, Haida, Nuxalk, Tlingit, Makah, Tsimshian, Nuu-chah-nulth, Kwakwaka'wakw, and Coast Salish cultures

Potlatch (disambiguation)
Potlatch is a ceremony among indigenous peoples in North America.Potlatch may also refer to:*Potlatch Corp., a Fortune 1000 forest paper and paperboard producer*Potlatch, Idaho, a town in the United States*Potlatch River, Idaho

Potomac (PAT station)
Potomac is a station on the "Beechview" branch of the Port Authority of Allegheny County's light rail network. It is located in Dormont, Pennsylvania. The station serves as a small commuter stop, featuring 22 parking spaces

Potpie (musician)
Occasionally known as DJ Potpie, the sound artist potpie from New Orleans is a prolific solo musician who records and produces his own material, and releases it on the Backporch Revolution label

Potpourri is a mixture of dried, naturally fragrant plant material, used to provide a gentle natural scent in houses. It is usually placed in a decorative wooden bowl, or tied in small sachet made from sheer fabric.

Potpourri (Jones / Lewis album)
Potpourri is a 1974 big band jazz album recorded by the Thad Jones / Mel Lewis Jazz Orchestra and released on the Philadelphia International Records label

Potshot may refer to:* Potshot , a Spenser novel by Robert B. Parker* Potshot , a former J-ska music group from Japan* Potshot Lake, Minnesota, an unorganized territory

Potshot (band)
Potshot was a J-ska music group from Japan. They released their records on their own label, TV Freak, in Japan. Their first five albums were also re-released by Asian Man Records, an American label well known for signing Asian punk-pop bands. Their final album, Potshot Beat Goes On, released in May 2005

Potshot (novel)
Potshot is the twenty-eighth Spenser novel by Robert B. Parker. The story follows the fictional Boston-based PI Spenser as he tries to identify the killer of a widow's husband

Pottage is a thick soup or stew made by boiling vegetables, grains, and, if available, meat or fish.It was a staple food of all people living in Great Britain from neolithic times on into the Middle Ages

A potter is someone who makes pottery.It can also mean "to move about aimlessly", especially in the phrases "potter around" and "potter about".Potter may also refer to:*Potter , includes a list of people with the surname-Places:

Potter's Field (Omaha)
The Potters Field Cemetery in Omaha, Nebraska is located on a plot of land at 5000 Young Street near the intersections of Young Street and Mormon Bridge Road. Like all Potter's Fields, it was used to bury poor people or people with no known identity from across the Omaha area

Pottery is the material from which the potteryware is made, of which major types include earthenware, stoneware and porcelain. The place where such wares are made is also called a pottery . Pottery also refers to the art or craft of the potter or the manufacture of pottery

Potting (electronics)
In electronics, potting is a process of filling a complete electronic assembly with a solid or gelatinous compound for resistance to shock and vibration, and for exclusion of moisture and corrosive agents

The potto is a strepsirrhine primate from the Lorisidae family. It is the only species in genus Perodicticus

Pou is a Catalan surname; a topographic name for someone who lived by a well, pou ‘well’ .and may refer to:* The New Orleans physician at the center of the Anna Pou case* Edward W

Pouch may refer to:* A small bag such as a pocket, teabag, money pouch, sporran, etc* Cadaver pouch, body bag * Diplomatic pouch* Electric heating pouch, medical apparatus, electric heating device for curative treatment

Poulter is a surname, and may refer to:*Arthur Poulter, a British Victoria Cross recipient*Ian Poulter, a British golfer*Marlene Clark Poulter, an American television soap opera writer*Paul Poulter, a British Pickup Truck Racing driver

A poultice, also called cataplasm, is a soft moist mass, often heated and medicated, that is spread on cloth over the skin to treat an aching, inflamed, or painful part of the body. It can be used on wounds such as cuts

Poultry are domesticated birds kept by humans for the purpose of producing eggs, meat, and/or feathers. These most typically are members of the superorder Galloanserae , especially the order Galliformes and the family Anatidae , commonly known as "waterfowl"

Poultry (office)
A poultry was the office in a medieval household responsible for the purchase and preparation of poultry, as well as the room in which the poultry was stored. It was headed by a poulter or poulterer . The office was subordinated to the kitchen, and only existed as a separate office in larger households

Pounce may refer to:*Pounce , a powder used to prevent ink from spreading and to blot up excess ink.*Pounce , a brand of cat treats*Another name for the card game Nertz, a fast paced, multiplayer version of Solitaire

Pound may refer to:*Pound , various units of mass*Pound-force, a unit of force*Pound , a unit of currency in various countries **Pound sign, £*Number sign or pound sign, #In geography:*Pound, Virginia

Pound (band)
Pound was an American rock band from Poughkeepsie, New York.-History:Four of the members of Pound were in a New York hair metal band in the early 1990s. Later in the decade, they went on to be signed with EMI Music Publishing working closely with then EMI V.P. Evan Lamberg

Pound (film)
Pound is a 1970 film directed and written by Robert Downey, Sr., it was based on The Comeuppance, an off-off broadway play written by Downey in 1961. It is about several dogs at a pound, the dogs are played by human actors. The film is notable as being the screen debut of Robert Downey, Jr., the director's 5-year old son.-External links:* *

Pound (village)
The Village pound was a feature of most British medieval villages.A high walled and lockable structure it served several purposes; the most common use was to hold stray sheep, pigs and cattle until they were claimed by the owners, usually for the payment of a fine or levy. The pound could be as small as or as big as half an acre and may be circular or square

"Pounding" is the second single from Doves' second studio album The Last Broadcast. The single was released on 22 July 2002 in the UK on CD, DVD and 10" vinyl, reaching #21 on the UK Singles Chart. A single was also released for the song in Australia, and an EP was released in Japan on 17 July 2002 to coincide with Doves' 2002 Japan tour dates

Pout may refer to:* A facial expression* a commune in Thiès Region, western Senegal* Trisopterus luscus or Pouting, a fish in the Gadidae family* Ocean pout, a kind of eelpout in the family Zoarcidae

The Pouter pigeons are domesticated varieties of the Rock Pigeon, Columba livia, characterized by a very large, inflatable crop. They are kept as ornamental or fancy breeds, valued for their unusual appearance. There are many varieties of pouter with little in common except for the nature of the crop

POV may refer to:* Parliament of Victoria, Australia* Persistence of vision, a theory addressing the visual phenomenon of image retention** POV toy or device, a device that displays an image to a viewer by displaying one piece at a time in rapid succession and in varied locations* Point of view ** POV, the PBS television program, showing independent, non-fiction

POV (Point of View)
POV was a two part series that ran on ITV in December 2004. There were two episodes, "The Manual" and "Stanley and Me".

Pow (Forward)
"Pow! " is a song by UK grime artist Lethal Bizzle in 2004. It released on 25 October 2004 for digital download from iTunes and then released on 20 December 2004 as a single

Pow wow (disambiguation)
Pow wow may refer to:* Pow-wow, a gathering of Native Americans* Pow-wow , a system of American folk religion and magic* Pow Wow the Indian Boy an animated cartoon

Powder may refer to:*Powder , material composed of very fine particles that are not cemented together* Powder , a 1995 film* Powder , a mid-1990s Britpop band* Powder blue, a color

Powder blue
Powder blue may refer to two different colors.The paler variant is often associated with powder snow.-Powder blue :The web color powder blue is shown on the right.

Powder Blue
Powder Blue may refer to:* Powder blue, a shade of blue* Powder Blue , written and directed by Timothy Linh Bui

Powder Blue (film)
Powder Blue is a 2009 drama film with an ensemble cast featuring several interconnected story arcs. It was written and directed by Timothy Linh Bui based on the 1997 novel Ponto de Partida by brazilian medium Chico Xavier, and features Patrick Swayze's last film appearance before his September 2009 death.The film saw only limited theatrical release in the USA and was

Powder monkey
Powder monkeys were a part of warships' crews during the Age of Sail that carried bags of gunpowder from the powder magazine in the ship's hold to the gun crews. Powder monkeys were usually boys or young teens selected for the job for their speed and height — they were short and would be hidden behind the ship's gunwale, keeping them from being shot by enemy ships' sharp shooters

Powdered sugar
Powdered sugar, also known as confectioners' sugar or icing sugar, is very fine sugar. When intended for home use, it typically contains a small amount of anti-caking agent.

-Companies:* Powell's Books, largest independent seller of new and used books in the world* Powell Motor Company, defunct American motor vehicle company* Powell Peralta, skateboard company, that changed its name to Powell Skateboards

Powell Peralta
Powell Peralta is an American skateboard company founded by George Powell and Stacy Peralta in 1978. The company rose to prominence in the 1980s as skateboarding began maturing as a sport. The company featured the Bones Brigade, a team of the era's top competitors

Power (2004 novel)
Power is a 2004 novel and screenplay written by author/producer J. A. Stiehl. It includes "The Legend of The Power", a series of 30 short stories and mini-novels about secondary characters from the story "Power".-Plot introduction:

Power (film)
Power is a 1986 American drama film directed by Sidney Lumet and starring Richard Gere. The original screenplay by David Himmelstein focuses on political corruption and how power affects both those who wield it and the people they try to control.

Power (Himachal)
Himachal Pradesh is extremely rich in its hydel resources. The state is having about twenty five percent of the national potential in this aspect. It has been estimated that about 20,300 MW of hydel power can be generated in the state by the construction of various hydel projects on the five river basins no matter they are major medium or small

Power (Ice T album)
Power is the second album by Ice-T. Released in 1988, the album produced the single and video "I'm Your Pusher," which got Ice-T major air-play on MTV.

Power (name)
The following people have the surname Power:* Arthur John Power, World War II Royal Navy admiral* Alex Power, fictional character* Camilla Power* Captain Power* Chad Power* Charles Gavan Power* Charlie Power* David Power

Power (Screwed & Chopped)
King Of Tha Ghetto 2K7 : Power is the eleventh Screwed & Chopped Studio album from Z-Ro. It was released on May 22nd. Rumor has it that 13 of the 14 songs on the album were recorded in only a week

Power (song)
"Power" is a song by the German power metal band Helloween taken from the album The Time of the Oath.-Single track listing:-Personnel:*Andi Deris - vocals*Roland Grapow - lead and rhythm guitars*Michael Weikath - lead and rhythm guitars

Power (tv production and distribution)
Power is a British independent producer and distributor headquartered in London, England.Formed in 1995 by Justin Bodle , Power is the producer of feature films, TV movies andbig event drama series

Power (Z-Ro album)
King of tha Ghetto: Power is the eleventh solo album by Z-Ro. It was released on May 8, 2007. All the album's production comes from Z-RO. The "Screwed & Chopped" version was released May 22, 2007. The album sold 5,000 copies in its first week. It has sold 20,000 to date.-Track listing:# "Bud Sack" - 4:03# "I'm a Gangsta" King of tha Ghetto: Power is the eleventh solo album by Z-Ro. It was released on May 8, 2007. All the album's production comes from Z-RO. The "Screwed & Chopped" version was released May 22, 2007. The album sold 5,000 copies in its first week. It has sold 20,000 to date.-Track listing:# "Bud Sack" - 4:03# "I'm a Gangsta" King of tha Ghetto: Power is the eleventh solo album by Z-Ro. It was released on May 8, 2007. All the album's production comes from Z-RO. The "Screwed & Chopped" version was released May 22, 2007. The album sold 5,000 copies in its first week. It has sold 20,000 to date.-Track listing:# "Bud Sack" - 4:03# "I'm a Gangsta" (feat

Power Broker
Power Broker is the name of two characters in Marvel Comics.Power Broker, Inc. is a fictional criminal corporation in the Marvel Universe which provides individuals with superhuman physical abilities for a price

Power broker
Power broker may refer to:* Power Broker - a fictional corporation and character in the Marvel Universe* Power broker - a political term* The Power Broker - a book by Robert Caro

Power broker (term)
A power broker is a person who can influence people to vote towards a particular client in exchange for political or financial benefits. Power brokers can also negotiate deals with other power brokers to meet their aims.