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Pray (2005 film)
is a 2005 Japanese film directed by Yuichi Sato, starring Tetsuji Tamayama and Asami Mizukawa.-Plot:Two young adults, Mitsuru and his girlfriend Maki, kidnap a little girl and hold her for ransom to pay off a drug-related a debt. As they hide out at an abandoned school, they attempt to call the girl's parents only to find out from her parents she has been dead for a year

Pray (Crematory album)
Pray is the 10th studio album by Crematory, distributed through Massacre Records.-Track listing:# When Darkness Falls - 5:10# Left The Ground - 4:24# Alone - 5:47# Pray - 4:20# Sleeping Solution - 5:20# Just Words - 3:41# Burning Bridges - 4:16

Pray (single)
-Merchandise:In July of 2011, Tomoko Kawase released various memorabelia items on her official site inspired by the Pray music video through Lightvan Company, including a kimono style robe and plush toy.- External links :* * *

Pray (Take That song)
"Pray" is song by boyband Take That. Written by Gary Barlow and released on July 5, 1993, it was the second single from their second album Everything Changes. It is the first of 11 singles by the band to reach number one on the UK Singles Chart, staying at number one for four weeks and starting a streak of four consecutive number one singles

Pray (Tina Cousins song)
"Pray" is a pop–dance song recorded by British singer Tina Cousins for her 2000 debut album Killing Time.The song was her third consecutive top 20 hit in the United Kingdom and her first top 10 hit in Australia where it achieved gold sales. In Australia, it also made the top 10 airplay songs for the year.-Charts:

Prayer is a form of religious practice that seeks to activate a volitional rapport to a deity through deliberate practice. Prayer may be either individual or communal and take place in public or in private. It may involve the use of words or song. When language is used, prayer may take the form of a hymn, incantation, formal creed, or a spontaneous utterance in the praying person

Prayer (disambiguation)
Prayer is the active effort to communicate with a deity or higher being.Prayer may also refer to:*Prayer , a legal term referring to a plaintiff's demands*"Prayer" , a song by rock band Disturbed

Prayer (single)
-Track listing:# "Prayer"Lyrics: Saeko Nishio Music: Yasuo Otani# "real dreaM"Lyrics: Natsumi Watanabe Music: Joey Carbone, Jeff Carruthers# "NEVER STOP MY HEART"Lyrics: Natsumi Watanabe Music: mo'doo-# "Prayer"

Prayer (song)
"Prayer" is a song released on August 14, 2002 by American rock band Disturbed as the first single from their second album, Believe. It was inspired by the death of vocalist David Draiman's grandfather as well as various circumstances after the September 11 attacks, and is about a conversation between Draiman and God

Prayer book
A 'prayer book' is a book outlining the 'liturgy' of religious services.In this sense, it may carry the following specific names in various religions:*Breviary or Missal, in Roman Catholicism*Agenda , in Lutheranism

is an anime set in the year 2014 where the young of Japan have rebelled against the government for segregating Shibuya and declared themselves to be independent of Japan

PRC (file format)
PRC is a 3D file format that can be used to embed 3D data in a PDF file.This highly compressed format facilitates the storage of different representations of a 3D model. For example, you can save only a visual representation that consists of polygons , or you can save the model's exact geometry

The pre-Columbian era incorporates all period subdivisions in the history and prehistory of the Americas before the appearance of significant European influences on the American continents, spanning the time of the original settlement in the Upper Paleolithic period to European colonization during the Early Modern period.While the phrase "pre-Columbian era" literally refers only to the

Pre-Pottery Neolithic A
Pre-Pottery Neolithic A denotes the first stage in early Levantine Neolithic culture, dating around 9500 to 8500 BC. Archaeological remains are located in the Levantine and upper Mesopotamian region of the Fertile Crescent

A preamble is an introductory and expressionary statement in a document that explains the document's purpose and underlying philosophy. When applied to the opening paragraphs of a statute, it may recite historical facts pertinent to the subject of the statute

Preamble (anthem)
Preamble was the first national anthem of the Federated States of Micronesia. It was adopted in 1979 and replaced in 1991 by Patriots of Micronesia.

In phonetics, preaspiration is a period of voicelessness or aspiration preceding the closure of a voiceless obstruent, basically equivalent to an -like sound preceding the obstruent. In other words, when an obstruent is preaspirated, the glottis is opened for some time before the obstruent closure

A prebendary is a post connected to an Anglican or Catholic cathedral or collegiate church and is a type of canon. Prebendaries have a role in the administration of the cathedral

Precambrian (album)
Precambrian is the third studio album by the German progressive metal band The Ocean Collective, released on November 5, 2007 through Metal Blade Records.

Precaution (novel)
Precaution is the first novel written by American author James Fenimore Cooper. It was written in imitation of contemporary English domestic novels like those of Jane Austen and Amelia Opie, and it did not meet with contemporary success. Cooper went on to have great success with works such as The Pathfinder and The Deerslayer

Precedence may refer to:* Message precedence of military communications traffic* Order of precedence, the ceremonial hierarchy within a nation or state* Order of operations, in mathematics and computer programming

In common law legal systems, a precedent or authority is a principle or rule established in a legal case that a court or other judicial body may apply when deciding subsequent cases with similar issues or facts

A precentor is a person who helps facilitate worship. The details vary depending on the religion, denomination, and era in question. The Latin derivation is "præcentor", from cantor, meaning "the one who sings before" .

A precept is a commandment, instruction, or order intended as an authoritative rule of action.-Christianity:The term is encountered frequently in the Jewish and Christian Scriptures; e.g.:

A preceptor is a teacher responsible to uphold a certain law or tradition, a precept.-Christian military orders:A preceptor was historically in charge of a preceptory, the headquarters of certain orders of monastic Knights, such as the Knights Hospitaller and Knights Templar, within a given geographical area

Precession (disambiguation)
Precession refers to a specific change in the direction of the rotation axis of a rotating object, in which the second Euler angle is constantPrecession may specifically mean:*Precession is the name of one of the Euler rotations

Precession (mechanical)
Precession is the process of a round part in a round hole rotating with respect to that hole because of clearance between them and a radial force on the part that changes direction. The direction of rotation of the inner part is opposite to the direction of rotation of the radial force. Fretting between the part and the hole is often a result of this motion

Precious (Annie Lennox song)
"Precious" is a song by Annie Lennox. It was released as the second single from her debut solo album, Diva, in 1992 and peaked at number 23 in the UK

Precious (Chanté Moore album)
Precious is the debut studio album by American singer Chanté Moore, released by MCA Records on September 29, 1992 in the United States. The album featured production from Simon Law, Bebe Winans, George Duke, among others. Precious spawned four singles; including the Top 40 R&B hits Love's Taken Over and It's Alright, Who Do I Turn To and As If We Never Met

Precious (Cubic U album)
Note: Several US-promo copies of the album have the track "Here and There and Back Again" as track 5. This was not on the re-released Japanese version.-Release history:-Single:- Charts :Precious - Oricon Sales Chart

Precious (Ours album)
Precious is the second album by rock group Ours. When recording this album, Jimmy Gnecco wanted to get it done quickly, and didn't aim for the polished production achieved on their previous record.-Track listing:#"Kill the Band" - 4:02#"Realize" - 3:37

Precious (The Jam song)
"Precious" was a song composed by Paul Weller and performed by the British band The Jam.It appears on The Jam's 1982 album The Gift and also as a double A-Side single along with "Town Called Malice". It reached number one in the British music charts

Precipice (Battlestar Galactica)
"Precipice" is the second part of the third season premiere and 35th episode of the re-imagined American science fiction drama television series Battlestar Galactica. The episode was written by re-imagined creator Ronald D. Moore, and directed by Sergio Mimica-Gezzan. It first aired on October 6, 2006 on the Sci-Fi Channel along with the preceding episode "Occupation"

Precipitation may refer to:* Precipitation , rain, sleet, hail, snow and other forms of water falling from the sky* Precipitation , the condensation of a solid from a solution during a chemical reaction

A precipitin is an antibody which can precipitate out of a solution upon antigen binding.-Precipitin reaction:The precipitin reaction provided the first quantitative assay for antibody, which has since been rendered obsolete by current diagnostic techniques such as ELISA and RIA

PRECIS (Providing Regional Climates for Impacts Studies)
PRECIS is developed at the Hadley Centre at the UK Met Office, PRECIS is a regional climate modelling system designed to run on a Linux based PC

Concepts* Accuracy and precision, measurement deviation from true value and its scatter* Precision , the number of digits from which a value is expressed* Precision , the percentage of documents returned that are relevant

Precision and recall
In pattern recognition and information retrieval, precision is the fraction of retrieved instances that are relevant, while recall is the fraction of relevant instances that are retrieved. Both precision and recall are therefore based on an understanding and measure of relevance

Precursor (bird)
"Precursor" is a controversial prehistoric bird genus from the Early Eocene. It was established based on fossils found in England, e.g. in the famous London Clay deposits

Precursor (chemistry)
In chemistry, a precursor is a compound that participates in the chemical reaction that produces another compound. In biochemistry, the term "precursor" is used more specifically to refer to a chemical compound preceding another in a metabolic pathway.

Predator (album)
Predator is the eleventh studio album release by German heavy metal band Accept. It was released in 1996, produced by Michael Wagener and recorded at 16th Ave. Sound Studios, Nashville, TN

Predator (alien)
The Predator is a fictional extraterrestrial species featured in the Predator science-fiction franchise, characterised by its trophy hunting of other dangerous species for sport, including humans and its fictional counterparts, Aliens.

Predator (comics)
The Predator comic books are part of the Predator franchise published by Dark Horse Comics.-Stories:*Predator **1-4 by Mark Verheiden, Chris Warner and Ron Randall, June 1989-March 1990

Predator (franchise)
The Predator film series is a science fiction horror film franchise. Produced by 20th Century Fox, the series started in 1987 with the film Predator, which led to two sequels and novel, comic book and video game spin-offs.

Predator (light gun)
The Predator is a light gun produced by third-party peripherals manufacturer Logic 3 for various video game consoles, beginning with the PlayStation. It is compatible with G-Con games.

Predator (novel series)
The Predator novels are an extension of the Predator franchise, the most recent are published by Dark Horse Comics under their DH Press imprint

Predicate or predication may refer to:*Branch predication , a choice to execute or not to execute a given instruction based on the content of a machine register

Predicative may mean:* Predicative * Predicative * Lacking impredicativity

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Predictable (disambiguation)
Predictable may refer to:*something which shows predictability*"Predictable" , a single from Delta Goodrem's 2003 album Innocent Eyes*"Predictable" , a 2004 single by Good Charlotte

A prediction or forecast is a statement about the way things will happen in the future, often but not always based on experience or knowledge

Prediction (disambiguation)
A Prediction is a statement or claim that a particular event will occur in the future.Prediction may also refer to:*"Prediction", a song by Steel Pulse from their 1978 album Handsworth Revolution

Predisposition may refer to:* Genetic predisposition, a genetic effect which can identify individuals who may be predisposed to certain health problems* Predispositioning Theory, mathematical term in the field of decision theory

Prednisolone is the active metabolite of prednisone, which is also used as a drug.-Uses:Prednisolone is a corticosteroid drug with predominant glucocorticoid and low mineralocorticoid activity, making it useful for the treatment of a wide range of inflammatory and auto-immune conditions such as asthma, uveitis, pyoderma gangrenosum, rheumatoid arthritis, ulcerative colitis, temporal

Predominance is the debut album by the Norwegian black metal band Susperia.-Track listing:#"I Am Pain" – 4:34#"Vainglory" – 4:35#"Illusions of Evil" – 5:44#"Specimen" – 3:57#"Journey Into Black" – 3:50#"Of Hate We Breed" – 4:57

In music theory, a predominant chord is any chord which normally resolves to a dominant chord. Examples of predominant chords are the subdominant , supertonic , Neapolitan sixth and German sixth. Other examples are the submediant , secondary dominant , iv and ii°

Preempt is a bid in contract bridge whose primary objectives are to thwart opponents ability to bid to their best contract, with some safety, and to fully describe one's hand to one's partner in a single bid. A preemptive bid is usually made by jumping, i.e. skipping one or more bidding levels

A preface is an introduction to a book or other literary work written by the work's author. An introductory essay written by a different person is a foreword and precedes an author's preface

Preface (liturgy)
In liturgical use the term Preface is applied to that portion of the Eucharistic Prayer that immediately precedes the Canon or central portion of the Eucharist

Prefect is a magisterial title of varying definition.