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Primitives may refer to:* The Primitives, alternative rock band* The Primitives, alternative country band, precursor to Uncle Tupelo* The Primitives, parody band formed in 1964 with Lou Reed and John Cale

-People:*DJ Premier, hip-hop producer, sometimes goes by nickname Primo*Primo Carnera , Italian boxer, World Heavyweight champion 1933 - 1934*Primo Cassarino , enforcer for the Gambino crime family

Primo (2005 film)
Primo is a 2005 film directed by Richard Wilson, starring the BAFTA-nominated Antony Sher and broadcast by HBO and the BBC.This film is a recording of the Royal National Theatre production of the play Primo, also directed by Wilson

Primogeniture is the right, by law or custom, of the firstborn to inherit the entire estate, to the exclusion of younger siblings . Historically, the term implied male primogeniture, to the exclusion of females

Primordial may refer to:* Primordial sea . See abiogenesis* Primordial nuclide, nuclides, a few radioactive, that formed before the Earth existed and are stable enough to still occur on Earth

-Botany:* Primulaceae, a family of flowering plants* Primula vulgaris, commonly known as the Primrose * Oenothera, commonly known as Evening Primrose, a plant genus

Primrose (musical)
Primrose is a musical in three acts with a book by Guy Bolton and George Grossmith Jr., lyrics by Desmond Carter and Ira Gershwin, and music by George Gershwin. It centers on a writer whose story-within-a-story forms the basis of the plot. It was written expressly for the London stage, where it ran for 255 performances in 1924 and 1925

Primrose Path (film)
Primrose Path is a 1940 film about a young woman determined not to follow the profession of her mother and grandmother, prostitution. It stars Ginger Rogers and Joel McCrea. The film was based on the play of the same name by Robert L

Primula is a genus of 400–500 species of low-growing herbs in the family Primulaceae. They include primrose, auricula, cowslip and oxlip. Many species are grown for their ornamental flowers

Primula (disambiguation)
Primula is a genus of 400–500 species of low-growing herbs in the family Primulaceae.Primula may refer to:* 970 Primula, a main belt asteroid* Autobianchi Primula, a small car* M924 Primula, a Tripartite class minehunter

Primula (food)
Primula is the brand name associated with a range of food products marketed by The Kavli Group. The best known range is Primula Cheese Spread.- History :

-Music, media and entertainment:* Primus , a musical group* Primus , an entity in the fictional Transformers universe* A member of the fictional superhero team The Omega Men

Primus stove
The Primus stove, the first pressurized-burner kerosene stove, was developed in 1892 by Frans Wilhelm Lindqvist, a factory mechanic in Stockholm, Sweden. The stove was based on the design of the hand-held blowtorch; Lindqvist’s patent covered the burner, which was turned upward on the stove instead of outward as on the blowtorch

Prince is a general term for a ruler, monarch or member of a monarch's or former monarch's family, and is a hereditary title in the nobility of some European states. The feminine equivalent is a princess

Prince (Amtrak station)
Prince is an Amtrak station in Prince, West Virginia, served by the Cardinal. Because it is on the CSX mainline while the unincorporated area of Prince itself is not, this station serves as the main depot for the Beckley area.Of the ten West Virginia stations served by Amtrak, Prince was the seventh busiest in FY2010.-History:The Chesapeake

Prince (film)
Prince is a 1969 Hindi movie produced by F. C. Mehra and directed by Lekh Tandon. The film stars Shammi Kapoor with Vyjayanthimala in the lead while Rajendranath, Ajit, Helen, Leela Chitnis and Asit Sen forms an ensemble cast. The films music was composed by Shankar Jaikishan duo with the lyrics were penned by Hasrat Jaipuri and Faruk Qaiser

Prince (tour)
The Prince Tour was the first concert tour by Prince, and supported his second album Prince. The tour started as a headlining club act and played 13 dates before joining Rick James' Fire It Up Tour as a supporting act for 38 more dates. The tour lasted from late November 1979 through April 1980.-History:The tour focused on material from Prince's first two albums

Prince Albert
Prince Albert was the husband and consort of Queen Victoria.Prince Albert may also refer to:-Royalty:*Prince Albert Edward or Edward VII of the United Kingdom , son of Albert and Victoria

Prince Charles Foreland
Prince Charles Foreland, , is an island in the Arctic archipelago Svalbard. The island is directly west of Oscar II Land on Spitsbergen and constitutes the western part of Svalbard

Prince Valiant (1954 film)
Prince Valiant is a 1954 adventure film in Technicolor and Cinemascope, based on the comic strip of the same name by Hal Foster. A young man seeks to join the Knights of the Round Table in order to restore his father to his own kingship, and uncovers a plot against King Arthur.-Plot summary:The story starts with the recounting of the forced exile which has befallen the Christian

Princes (company)
Princes Ltd. is a UK-based food manufacturer originally specialising in canned foods and that produces a range of food and drink products. It is the third largest supplier of soft drinks in the UK, and the number one supplier of canned food in the UK

Princes (novel)
Princes is a novel written by the award-winning Australian novelist, Sonya Hartnett. It was first published in 1997 in Australia by Viking. It is a novel that isn't completely horror, but not for the weak hearted as it has chapters about horror stories, death, poisoning, rats, dissecting, murder, imprisonment in your own house by your twin, swearing, illness and many other subjects

Princess (film)
Princess is a 2008 TV movie, shown first on ABC Family starring Kip Pardue and Nora Zehetner.-Plot:A heart-warming enchanting story of discovery, adventure, and the timeless power of true love. Ithaca is a beautiful reclusive princess whose eccentric ways have made her a local legend. William is a rudderless young man so intrigued at the sight of Princess Ithaca

Princess (manhwa)
Princess is a Korean manhwa series by Han Seung-Won. It is a historical, tragic yet fictional saga of the royal families of primarily three fictional kingdoms - Ramira, Anatoria and Skador. The first release/chapter was published in 1995 by Daiwon and is still ongoing with 31 volumes released

Princess (music album)
Princess is the debut music album produced by Pakistani pop singer, Annie.-Track listing:#"Princess"#"Nachna"#"Tawetri"#"Aankhon Se Chori"#"Mahiya"#"Chori Chori"#"Mahiya" #"Koka"#"Asa Jaan Ke Meet Lai"#"Christina aka Armenian princess"

Princess cut
The Princess cut is the second most popular cut shape for diamonds, next to a round brilliant. The face-up shape of the princess cut is square or rectangular and the profile or side-on shape is similar to that of an inverted pyramid with four beveled sides. The princess cut is a relatively new diamond cut, having been created in the 1960s

Princess Gwenevere and the Jewel Riders
Princess Gwenevere and the Jewel Riders is a 1995 children's fantasy animated television series inspired by the Arthurian myths, produced by Bohbot Productions with association with Hong Ying Animation and internationally syndicated by Bohbot Entertainment.The series had two

Princeton (Amtrak station)
Princeton Amtrak station is a train station located at 107 Bicentennial Drive in Princeton, Illinois. The station was built in 1911 by the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad and is listed as "Princeton City" on the Amtrak website and the List of Amtrak stations.-External links:**

- Education :*Principal , a head of a primary or secondary school*Principal , a chief executive of a university or college- Law :*Principal , a person who authorises an agent

Principal (criminal law)
Under criminal law, a principal is any actor who is primarily responsible for a criminal offense. Such an actor is distinguished from others who may also be subject to criminal liability as accomplices, accessories or conspirators.

A principality is a monarchical feudatory or sovereign state, ruled or reigned over by a monarch with the title of prince or princess, or by a monarch with another title within the generic use of the term prince.

Principes were spearmen, and later swordsmen, in the armies of the early Roman Republic. They were men in the prime of their lives who were fairly wealthy, and could afford decent equipment. They were the heavier infantry of the legion who carried large shields and wore good quality armour. Their usual position was the second battle line

A principle is a law or rule that has to be, or usually is to be followed, or can be desirably followed, or is an inevitable consequence of something, such as the laws observed in nature or the way that a system is constructed

Principles may refer to:*Value *Principles and parameters*Principles

Prins is the surname:*Adriaan Hendrik Johan Prins , was a Dutch Africanist and maritime anthropologist*Alwin de Prins is a swimmer*Co Prins , was a Dutch football player

Print may refer to:*Printing, mostly using a printing press, but a process which may also refer to other methods of printmaking**Printing press, printing with moveable metal type, see also letterpress printing

Print (command)
In computing, print is a command in the command line interpreters of DOS, OS/2 and Microsoft Windows. It is used to add a text file to the print queue

Print (magazine)
The publication, Print, A Quarterly Journal of the Graphic Arts, was a limited edition quarterly periodical begun in 1940 and continued under different names up to the present day as Print, a bimonthly American magazine about visual culture and design.In its current format, Print documents and critiques commercial, social, and environmental design from every angle: the

Printemps (album)
Printemps is a Mandarin album by Leslie Cheung first released in 1998. This album was the first and the only original Mandarin album produced by Leslie Cheung.

Printemps (ballet)
Printemps is a ballet made on New York City Ballet by Lorca Massine to Debussy's eponymous music from 1887. The premiere took place on January 13, 1972, at the New York State Theater, Lincoln Center.- Original cast : *Violette Verdy

Printer may refer to:* Printer , a person or a company* Printer , a hardware device* Optical printer for motion picture films* The Moscow subway station Pechatniki, whose name means "Printers"

In molecular biology, the PRINTS database is a collection of so-called "fingerprints": it provides both a detailed annotation resource for protein families, and a diagnostic tool for newly-determined sequences. A fingerprint is a group of conserved motifs taken from a multiple sequence alignment - together, the motifs form a characteristic signature for the aligned protein family

Prints (album)
Prints: Snapshots, Postcards, Messages and Miniatures, 1987–2001 is a 2002 album by English guitarist, composer and improvisor Fred Frith, and his first album of songs since Cheap at Half the Price

A prion is an infectious agent composed of protein in a misfolded form. This is in contrast to all other known infectious agents which must contain nucleic acids . The word prion, coined in 1982 by Stanley B. Prusiner, is a portmanteau derived from the words protein and infection

Prior is an ecclesiastical title, derived from the Latin adjective for 'earlier, first', with several notable uses.-Monastic superiors:A Prior is a monastic superior, usually lower in rank than an Abbot. In the Rule of St

Prior (brand)
Prior is a brand name used by Nortura on its eggs and white meat . The brand dates back to 1977 when Norsk Eggcentral rebranded Sol-egg to Prior. The brand was owned by Prior Norge until 2006 when it merged with Gilde Norsk Kjøtt to form Nortura.-External links:* *

Priority may refer to:* Priority date, a concept of establishing waiting times in the immigration process by United States Department of State* Priority level, the priority of emergency communications

Priority (album)
Priority is the sixth studio album by the Pointer Sisters, released in 1979 on the Planet label.-History:Their second venture with producer Richard Perry, it was also their second venture into rock. The album peaked at number 72 on the Billboard 200 and reached number 44 on the R&B albums chart. Two singles were released, "Blind Faith" and "Who Do You Love"

Priority (botany)
Priority is a fundamental principle of modern botanical nomenclature and zoological nomenclature. Essentially, it is the principle of recognising the first valid application of a name to a plant or animal

A priory is a house of men or women under religious vows that is headed by a prior or prioress. Priories may be houses of mendicant friars or religious sisters , or monasteries of monks or nuns .The Benedictines and their offshoots , the Premonstratensians, and the

Priory (disambiguation)
A priory is a house of men or women under religious vows headed by a prior or prioress.Priory may also refer to:*Priory Group, a provider of health care facilities*Priory Palace in Gatchina*Priory Records, a record label*Saint Louis Priory School

Prisca (empress)
Prisca was the Empress of Rome and wife of Emperor Diocletian.-Biography:Nothing is known of her family background. Although she was a Christian or favorably disposed to Christianity, she was forced to sacrifice to the gods during the Great Persecution of 303

Priscilla is an English female given name adopted from the Roman Priscilla, derived from the Latin priscus . One suggestion is that it is intended to bestow long life on the bearer.

Priscilla (album)
Priscilla is the name given to the second album of the French singer Priscilla. It was released in December 2002 and was supported by the two hit singles "Regarde-moi " and "Tchouk tchouk musik" which reached the top ten in France.

Priscilla (sloop)
Priscilla is a classic oyster dredging sloop that was designated a National Historic Landmark in 2006. It is berthed near the Modesty, another National Historic Landmark sloop at the Long Island Maritime Museum.-History:

-Science and mathematics:* Prism , a transparent object which refracts light** Dispersive prism, the most familiar type of optical prism* Prism , a kind of polyhedron* Prism , a type of sedimentary deposit-Books, comics and magazines:

Prism (Japanese band)
is a Japanese jazz fusion band formed in 1975.-History:Prism was formed in 1975 by Akira Wada, Ken Watanabe, Katsutoshi Morizono, Koki Ito and Toru Suzuki. Most of the musicians had little professional experience, aside from Morizono, who founded the progressive rock band Yonin Bayashi

PRISM (Portal Resources for Indiana Science and Mathematics)
' is a free web site originally designed for Indiana middle school math, science, and technology teachers. It links Indiana Academic Standards for middle school science, technology, pre-engineering, and math to appropriate, teacher-reviewed online learning activities

Prism (street artist)
Prism is a notable street artist operating out of Melbourne Australia.Prism cut his first stencil in 2000 of Australian Prime Minister John Howard, with devil horns. Prism moved to Melbourne in 2001.

In geology and petrology, a prism is a long, narrow, wedge-shaped sedimentary body with a width to thickness ratio greater than 5 to 1 but less than 50 to 1, and a length 1.5 to 3 times its width.

A prison is a place in which people are physically confined and, usually, deprived of a range of personal freedoms. Imprisonment or incarceration is a legal penalty that may be imposed by the state for the commission of a crime

Prison (1949 film)
-Cast:* Doris Svedlund – Birgitta Carolina Soederberg* Birger Malmsten – Tomas* Eva Henning – Sofi* Hasse Ekman – Martin Grande* Stig Olin – Peter* Irma Christenson – Linnea* Anders Henrikson – Paul* Marianne Löfgren – Mrs. Bohlin* Bibi Lindqvist – Anna

Prison Break (season 2)
The second season of Prison Break, an American serial drama television series, commenced airing in the United States on August 21, 2006 on Mondays at 9:00 pm on the Fox Broadcasting Company. Prison Break is produced by Adelstein-Parouse Productions, in association with Rat Television, Original Television Movie and 20th Century Fox Television

A prisoner is someone incarcerated in a prison, jail or similar facility.Prisoner or The Prisoner may also refer to:* Prisoner of war, a soldier in wartime, held as by an enemy* Political prisoner, someone held in prison for their ideology