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Prisoner (Law & Order: Criminal Intent episode)
"Prisoner" is a fifth season episode of the television series Law & Order: Criminal Intent.-Plot summary:In this episode, Detectives Goren and Eames investigate the case of a prison warden attacked while delivering a ransom payment to secure the release of his wife, who was kidnapped years earlier

Prisoner of War (video game)
Prisoner of War is a 2002 third-person stealth game developed by Wide Games and published by Codemasters. It follows the story of Captain Lewis Stone, a downed American pilot who must escape numerous prisoner of war camps and return home.-Gameplay:

Pristina, also spelled Prishtina and Priština is the capital and largest city of Kosovo. It is the administrative centre of the homonymous municipality and district.

Priva is a genus of plant in family Verbenaceae. It contains the following species :* Priva auricoccea, A.Meeuse* Priva socotrana, Moldenke

Privacy is the ability of an individual or group to seclude themselves or information about themselves and thereby reveal themselves selectively

Private may refer to:* Private , a military rank* Private , a U.S. step rocket* Private , a Denmark-based band* Private , a 2004 Italian film* Private , a young-adult book series launched in 2006

Private (band)
Private is a pop music trio that weaves classic pop melody with modern dance beats. Private was formed in 2006 by Danish producer/singer Thomas Troelsen, along with guitarist Asger Tarpgaard and vocalist Tanja Simonsen. Sonically, Private's music is filled with infectious pop hooks and rhythms

Private (missile)
The Private was the first U.S. step rocket, combining a Tiny Tim rocket and a 30AS-1000C JATO unit. Tsien Hsue-shen was the JPL section leader who directed research for the Private A.

Private (novel series)
Private is a series of young-adult novels by American author Kate Brian, beginning with 2006's inaugural entry of the same name. The books chronicle the rise of ambitious teenager Reed Brennan, the series' narrator, as she becomes a member of her new school's elite dorm—composed of a glamorous yet disparate group of teens known as the Billings Girls

Private Eye
Private Eye is a fortnightly British satirical and current affairs magazine, edited by Ian Hislop.Since its first publication in 1961, Private Eye has been a prominent critic and lampooner of public figures and entities that it deemed guilty of any of the sins of incompetence, inefficiency, corruption, pomposity or self-importance and it has become a self-styled "thorn in the

Private Parts
Private Parts may refer to:*Intimate parts, such as the human sex organs*Private Parts , a 1993 autobiography by radio personality Howard Stern*Private Parts , a 1997 film based on Howard Stern's autobiography of the same name

Private Parts (1972 film)
Private Parts is a 1972 black comedy horror film directed by Paul Bartel as his feature film debut.-Synopsis:When Cheryl and her roommate quarrel, Cheryl moves into her aunt's skid-row hotel in downtown L.A. rather than return home to Ohio

Private Parts (1997 film)
Private Parts is a 1997 American biographical comedy film produced by Ivan Reitman and released by Paramount Pictures. Written by Len Blum and Michael Kalesniko, the film is an adaptation of the 1993 best-selling book of the same name by radio personality Howard Stern, who stars as himself. It follows his life from boyhood to the cusp of break-out success in radio

Private Parts (album)
Private Parts is a hits compilation album by Belgian electronic band Lords of Acid and the second compilation released by the band in 2001. Private Parts was issued by Fingerlicking Good Records in European territories only. It contains tracks originally appearing on the band's four studio albums Lust, Voodoo-U, Our Little Secret and Farstucker

A privateer is a private person or ship authorized by a government by letters of marque to attack foreign shipping during wartime. Privateering was a way of mobilizing armed ships and sailors without having to spend public money or commit naval officers

Privateer (album)
Privateer is the second album by British guitarist Tim Renwick, only available on , the much delayed follow-up to 1980's Tim Renwick album, released in 2007.

Privatization is the incidence or process of transferring ownership of a business, enterprise, agency or public service from the public sector to the private sector or to private non-profit organizations

A privilege is a special entitlement to immunity granted by the state or another authority to a restricted group, either by birth or on a conditional basis. It can be revoked in certain circumstances. In modern democratic states, a privilege is conditional and granted only after birth

Privilege (disambiguation)
A privilege is a permission granted by law or other rules.Privilege may also refer to:* Privilege , rules excluding certain confidential communication from being admissible as evidence in court

Privilege (evidence)
An evidentiary privilege is a rule of evidence that allows the holder of the privilege to refuse to provide evidence about a certain subject or to bar such evidence from being disclosed or used in a judicial or other proceeding.

Privilege (film)
Privilege is a British film directed by Peter Watkins. It was released in 1967 being produced by John Heyman. Story: Johnny Speight. Script: Norman Bogner

Privilege (insurance company)
Privilege is a division of the Royal Bank of Scotland Group that specialises in selling insurance over the phone and internet. The company's slogan is You don't have to be posh to be Privileged.

Privilege (Set Me Free)
"Privilege " is a song written by Mel London and Mike Leander, and released as a second single from Patti Smith Group 1978 album Easter.- Liner notes :The following is quoted from the album:- External links :*

- Television :* Privileged , a 2008 US television series- Film :* The Privileged Planet, a 2004 American documentary* Privileged , a 1982 Hollywood film- Other uses :

Privileged (1982 film)
Privileged is a 1982 film, the first theatrical release from the Oxford Film Foundation and was Hugh Grant's screen debut playing Lord Adrian

Privileged (TV series)
Privileged is an American television drama that premiered on The CW Television Network in the USA and Citytv in Canada on September 9, 2008. The series stars former Reba star Joanna García and is based on the Alloy Entertainment book How to Teach Filthy Rich Girls by Zoey Dean

Privy may refer to:* Privy council* Privy purse* A garderobe* An outhouse, a small structure for defecation and urination* Privity

A prize is an award to be given to a person or a group of people to recognise and reward actions or achievements. Official prizes often involve monetary rewards as well as the fame that comes with them

A prizefighter is a boxer.Prizefighter may also refer to:*Don King Presents: Prizefighter, a video game by 2k Sports released in 2008*Prize Fighter, a video game by Digital Pictures released in 1994 for the Sega CD

PRO may refer to:* Professional, abbreviation for either a person in a profession or in sports* .pro, a sponsored generic top-level domain* Pro Theme, an Apple Macintosh GUI* Pro Hart , Australian painter nicknamed "Pro" for "professor"-PRO:

PRO (linguistics)
PRO is an empty category whose existence is postulated in classical Government and Binding Theory. There are two independent pieces of evidence for its existence: the Extended Projection Principle and theta criterion :*I persuaded John [PRO to read Al Gore's latest

Pro bono
Pro bono publico is a Latin phrase generally used to describe professional work undertaken voluntarily and without payment or at a reduced fee as a public service. It is common in the legal profession and is increasingly seen in marketing, technology, and strategy consulting firms

Pro forma
The term pro forma is a term applied to practices or documents that are done as a pure formality, perfunctory, or seek to satisfy the minimum requirements or to conform to a convention or doctrine

Pro-life (disambiguation)
Pro-life can refer to:* Opposition to the legalisation of abortion, a social movement opposed to elective abortion* ProLife Alliance, a UK political party* Pro-Life Alliance of Gays and Lesbians, an American interest group

Pro-Life (Masters of Horror episode)
"Pro-Life" is the fifth episode of the second season of Masters of Horror.-Plot:Angelique is taken to an abortion clinic to end her pregnancy, the product of a demonic rape

ProActive is Java grid middleware for parallel, distributed, and multi-threaded computing. It is developed by the OW2 Consortium, including INRIA, CNRS, University of Nice Sophia Antipolis, and ActiveEon

Probable cause
In United States criminal law, probable cause is the standard by which an officer or agent of the law has the grounds to make an arrest, to conduct a personal or property search, or to obtain a warrant for arrest, etc. when criminal charges are being considered. It is also used to refer to the standard to which a grand jury believes that a crime has been committed

Probably may refer to:* Probability, the chance that something is likely to happen or be the case* "Probably" , an episode of the TV series South Park* "Probably" , a song by Fool's Garden

Probably (Fool's Garden song)
"Probably" is the second single from the album Go and Ask Peggy for the Principal Thing by German pop band Fool's Garden. It was released in 1997.-Track listing:#Probably#When the Moon Kisses Town#Sing for You

Probate is the legal process of administering the estate of a deceased person by resolving all claims and distributing the deceased person's property under the valid will. A probate court decides the validity of a testator's will

Relevance, in the common law of evidence, is the tendency of a given item of evidence to prove or disprove one of the legal elements of the case, or to have probative value to make one of the elements of the case likelier or not. Probative is a term used in law to signify "tending to prove." Probative evidence "seeks the truth"

- Science and technology :* Medical equipment** Anal probe** Endoscope** Proctoscope* Atom probe, an atomic-resolution microscope* Hybridization probe or chemical probe, used in molecular biology

Probe (1972 TV pilot)
Not to be confused with Probe Probe was a 2 hour TV pilot movie created by Leslie Stevens that first aired on February 21, 1972 on NBC. Probe was the pilot for the science fiction detective series Search starring Hugh O'Brian as Hugh Lockwood, a high-tech private eye designated “Probe One”

Probe (parlor game)
The parlor game Probe was introduced in the 1960s by Parker Brothers. It is reminiscent of the simple two-person game Hangman, whose object is to guess a word chosen by another player by revealing specific letters. Probe extends the number of players to a maximum of four and introduces additional game elements that increase the levels of both skill and chance

A problem is an obstacle, impediment, difficulty or challenge, or any situation that invites resolution; the resolution of which is recognized as a solution or contribution toward a known purpose or goal

Problem Child (TV series)
Problem Child is an animated series produced by Universal Cartoon Studios and based on the Problem Child films. The TV series aired from 1993 to 1994. USA Network aired the series as part of their USA Cartoon Express programming block. The first 13 episodes can currently be seen on Hulu. The show is still aired in USA dubbed in Spanish language on the Telefutura network

"Problematic" is the name of Five Star's very first single, released in October 1983.The song was performed on BBC TV's 'Pebble Mill At One' show, which brought the band to public attention

Proboscidea is a taxonomic order containing one living family, Elephantidae, and several extinct families. This order was first described by J. Illiger in 1881 and encompasses the trunked mammals

A proboscis is an elongated appendage from the head of an animal, either a vertebrate or an invertebrate. In simpler terms, a proboscis is the straw-like mouth found in several varieties of species.-Etymology:

Probus (journal)
Probus: International Journal of Latin and Romance Linguistics is an international peer-reviewed academic journal of Latin and Romance linguistics, published by de Gruyter Mouton. Its editor in chief is Leo Wetzels . The journal is co-edited by Rafael Núñez-Cedeño and Jairo Nunes.

Proc may refer to:* proc filesystem, a special file system in Unix-like operating systems for accessing process information* ALGOL 68#proc: Procedures* Proč, a village in eastern Slovakia

Proč is a village and municipality in Prešov District in the Prešov Region of eastern Slovakia.-Geography:The municipality lies at an altitude of 467 metres and covers an area of 5.855km². It has a population of about 445 people.

Procedure may refer to:* Procedure * Medical procedure* Algorithm, in mathematics and computing, a set of operations or calculations that accomplish some goal* Instructions or recipes, a set of commands that show how to prepare or make something

In academia, proceedings are the collection of academic papers that are published in the context of an academic conference. They are usually distributed as printed books either before the conference opens or after the conference has closed. Proceedings contain the contributions made by researchers at the conference

Procellariiformes is an order of seabirds that comprises four families: the albatrosses, petrels and shearwaters, storm petrels, and diving petrels

Process or processing typically describes the action of taking something through an established and usually routine set of procedures or steps to convert it from one form to another, such as processing paperwork to grant a mortgage loan, processing milk into cheese, or converting computer data from one form to another

Process (album)
Process is Candy Lo's 12th album overall and her 2nd mini-album since Bat Seui Yiu...Yun Mei Dak Ho Pa .- Track listing :#"空白" Hung1 Baak6 - 3:47#"圍牆" Wai4 Cheung4 - 4:51

Process art
Process art is an artistic movement as well as a creative sentiment and world view where the end product of art and craft, the objet d’art, is not the principal focus. The 'process' in process art refers to the process of the formation of art: the gathering, sorting, collating, associating, and patterning

Process tomography
Process tomography [1] consists of tomographic imaging of systems, such as process pipes in industry. In tomography the 3D distribution of some physical quantity in the object is determined. There is a widespread need to get tomographic information about process

Processing (Chinese materia medica)
Processing in Chinese materia medica is the technique of altering the properties of crude medicines by processing using heat and combination with various materials in a kind of alchemical approach to preparation.-Methods:

A procession is an organized body of people advancing in a formal or ceremonial manner.-Procession elements: