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A proverb is a simple and concrete saying popularly known and repeated, which expresses a truth, based on common sense or the practical experience of humanity. They are often metaphorical. A proverb that describes a basic rule of conduct may also be known as a maxim

Proverb (disambiguation)
A proverb is a simple and concrete saying popularly known and repeated.Proverb may also refer to:* Proverb , a musical composition* Proverb Jacobs , American football offensive and defensive lineman

Proverbs may refer to:*The plural of the word proverb*The Book of Proverbs, one of the books of the Hebrew Bible*Roy Proverbs, English footballer

Providence may refer to:* Providence, Rhode Island, the capital of Rhode Island* Divine providence, the idea of divinely ordained events and outcomes- Entertainment :* Providence , a French/Swiss film directed by Alain Resnais

Providence (Quebec TV series)
Providence is a Canadian French language drama television series which aired on Radio-Canada since January 4, 2005.-Plot:Taking place in the fictional town of Providence in the Eastern Townships, the series focuses on the Beauchamp family and their cheese-making enterprise that was part of the Beauchamp family for three generations

Providence (religion)
Providence is a Christian religious movement most notable for its bible study formerly called the 30 lessons, for the controversies surrounding its founder, and its fast growth

The provider model is a design pattern formulated by Microsoft for use in the ASP.NET Starter Kits and formalized in .NET version 2.0. It is used to allow an application to choose from one of multiple implementations or "condiments" in the application configuration, for example, to provide access to different data stores to retrieve login information, or to use different storage

A province is a territorial unit, almost always an administrative division, within a country or state.-Etymology:The English word "province" is attested since about 1330 and derives from the 13th-century Old French "province," which itself comes from the Latin word "provincia," which referred to the sphere of authority of a magistrate; in particular, to a foreign

Province (disambiguation)
A province is a form of subnational entity.Province may also refer to:*a Roman province, or provincia, an administrative unit in the Roman empire*Ecclesiastical province:

Provincial may refer to:* Provincial capitals, an administrative sub-national capital of a country.* Provincial examinations, a school-leaving exam in British Columbia, Canada* A provincial superior of a religious order

Provision may refer to:* Provision , an industrial dance / synthpop band from Houston, Texas, USA* Provision , a term for liability in accounting* Provision , a term for a procurement condition

Provision (accounting)
In financial accounting, provision is a word that creates an ambiguous account title. In U.S. GAAP, provision means an expense, while in IFRS, International Financial Reporting Standards, it means a liability. So, in the U.S., Provision for Income Taxes means the same thing as Income Tax Expense, while under IFRS, Provision for Income Taxes means Liability for Income Taxes Payable

Provo was a Dutch counterculture movement in the mid-1960s that focused on provoking violent responses from authorities using non-violent bait. It was preceded by the nozem movement and followed by the hippie movement

Provo (Amtrak station)
The Provo Amtrak station is a train station in Provo, Utah, United States served by Amtrak, the national railroad passenger system. It is served daily by the California Zephyr

Provo (disambiguation)
Provo may refer to:* Provo, Utah, U.S.* Provo Township, Fall River County, South Dakota, U.S.* Provo , Serbia* Provo , a Dutch counterculture movement in the mid-1960s* Providenciales, an island in the Turks and Caicos Islands

Provocation and provoke may refer to:* Provocation , a type of legal defense in court which claims the "victim" provoked the accused's actions

Provocation (medical)
A provocation test, also called a provocation trial or provocation study, is a form of clinical trial whereby participants are exposed to either a substance or "thing" that is claimed to provoke a response, or to a sham substance or device that should provoke no response. An example of a provocation test, performed on an individual, is a skin allergy test.

Provocative (Johnny Gill album)
-Track listing:#"Provocative"#"The Floor"#"Where No Man Has Gone Before"#"I Got You"#"A Cute, Sweet, Love Addiction"#"Long Way from Home"#"Tell Me How U Want It"#"Mastersuite"#"Quiet Time to Play"#"I Know Where I Stand"#"There You Go"

Provolone is an Italian cheese that originated in Southern Italy, where it is still produced in various shapes as in 10 to 15 cm long pear, sausage, or cone shapes. A variant of Provolone is also produced in North America and Japan

Provost may refer to:* Provost , an officer of local government, including the equivalent of a mayor in Scotland* Provost , a senior academic administrator or the head of certain higher-education colleges * Provost , a ranking that was second only to Master in Renaissance England* Provost , a surname*

Provost (military police)
Provosts are military police whose duties are policing solely within the Armed Forces, as opposed to Gendarmerie duties in the civilian population. However, many countries use their gendarmerie for provost duties.

Provost (name)
Provost is a surname shared by several notable people, including:in Belgium* Jan Provost , Flemish painterin Canada* Claude Provost , Canadian professional ice hockey player

thumb|right|295pxThe prow is the forward most part of a ship's bow that cuts through the water. The prow is the part of the bow above the waterline. The terms prow and bow are often used interchangeably to describe the most forward part of a ship and its surrounding parts

Prowl may refer to:*Prowl, a type of gait in humans*Predation, a biological interaction where a predator, an organism that is hunting, feeds on its prey*Prowl , a fictional character in the Transformers universe

PROWLER was a mid-1980s experimental robot mobile sentry gun device.The name was an acronym standing for "Programmable Robot Observer With Logical Enemy Response" ;

Prowler (disambiguation)
Prowler can refer toIn entertainment:* "Prowler", a song by Iron Maiden* Prowler , a Marvel Comics superhero*Prowler , a superhero comic published by Eclipse Comics*The Prowler , starring Van Heflin

PROX is an acronym for PReferential OXidation, and refers to the preferential oxidation of a gas on a catalyst.The catalyser preferentially oxidises carbon monoxide using a heterogeneous catalyst placed upon a ceramic support

Proxima Centauri (short story)
"Proxima Centauri" is a science fiction short story by Murray Leinster that first appeared in the March 1935 issue of Astounding Stories. Unusually for the time, the story adhered to the laws of physics as they were known, showing a starship that was limited by the speed of light, and which took several years to travel between the stars

Proximates are used in the analysis of biological materials as a decomposition of a human-consumable good into its major constituents.What people consider proximates may vary, but usually includes:* Water* Carbohydrates* Proteins* Dietary fibres

Proxy may refer to:* Proxy abuse , abuse committed on behalf of somebody else* Proxy bullying , bullying committed on behalf of somebody else

A prude is a person who is described as being concerned with decorum or propriety, significantly in excess of normal prevailing community standards

Prudence is the ability to govern and discipline oneself by the use of reason. It is classically considered to be a virtue, and in particular one of the four Cardinal virtues .The word comes from Old French prudence , from Latin

A prune is any of various plum cultivars, mostly Prunus domestica or European Plum, sold as fresh or dried fruit. The dried fruit is also referred to as a dried plum

Prune (disambiguation)
A prune is a dried fruit of various plum species.Prune may also refer to:* Pruning, the practice of removing undesired portions from a plant* Prune fingers, the wrinkling of skin after immersion in water

Pruniers is a commune in the Indre department in central France.

Pruning (disambiguation)
Pruning is the practice of removing unwanted portions from a plant.Pruning may also refer to:* Synaptic pruning, the reformation of neural structure by pruning "excess" neurons or neural clusters

Pruno (Cilento)
Pruno is a forest area of southern Italy and it is the biggest one in the middle of Cilento. The hamlets with this name are situated in the municipalities of Valle dell'Angelo, Laurino and Piaggine.

Pruno (disambiguation)
-Places:France:*Pruno, Haute-Corse - a commune in the department of Haute-Corse Italy:*Pruno - a rural village in the comunes of Valle dell'Angelo and Laurino, and a big rural area in the middle of Cilento *Pruno - an hamlet in the comune of Stazzema -Biology:*Prunoideae -

Prurient is the performing name of Ian Dominick Fernow. He has released material on numerous independent record labels, such as American Tapes, Hanson Records, RRRecords, Load Records, Troubleman Unlimited, Chrondritic Sound, Kitty Play Records, and his own label Hospital Productions

Prussian blue
Prussian blue is a dark blue pigment with the idealized formula Fe718. Another name for the color Prussian blue is Berlin blue or, in painting, Parisian blue. Turnbull's blue is the same substance but is made from different reagents.

Prutah Hebrew is a word borrowed from the Mishnah and the Talmud, in which it means "a coin of smaller value". The word was probably derived originally from an Aramaic word with the same meaning.

PRY (disambiguation)
PRY may refer to:* Paraguay* Perry Barr railway station, England; National Rail station code PRY* The IATA code for Wonderboom Airport in Pretoria, South Africa

Pryde may refer to:* Pride, in old English spelling* Katherine "Kitty" Pryde, a Marvel Comics Superhero* James Pryde, a Scottish artist working mainly in graphics* Neil Pryde Ltd, a company that designs water sport equipment

-Writing and linguistics:* Postscript, writing added after the main body of a letter* Pashto language, ISO 639 alpha-2 language code- Entertainment, music and literature :

PSA may refer to:* PSA International , world's second largest port operator* PSA Peugeot Citroën, French vehicle manufacturer

A psalter is a volume containing the Book of Psalms, often with other devotional material bound in as well, such as a liturgical calendar and litany of the Saints. Until the later medieval emergence of the book of hours, psalters were the books most widely owned by wealthy lay persons and were commonly used for learning to read

Psalter (British Library, Stowe 2)
British Library, Stowe 2 is a Psalter from the first half of the 11th century. The text includes the Gallican version of the Psalms, followed by the Canticles with an interlinear Old English gloss. The Psalter forms part of the Stowe manuscripts in the British Library.-Description:This Psalter is closely related to another British Library manuscript, Cotton MS. Tiberius C

A psaltery is a stringed musical instrument of the harp or the zither family. The psaltery of Ancient Greece dates from at least 2800 BC, when it was a harp-like instrument

Psephology is that branch of political science which deals with the study and scientific analysis of elections. Psephology uses historical precinct voting data, public opinion polls, campaign finance information and similar statistical data. The term was coined in the United Kingdom in 1952 by historian R. B

The prefix pseudo- is used to mark something as false, fraudulent, or pretending to be something it is not.-See also:*Falsehood*Pseudorealism*Deception*Mimicry**Pseudo: Blood of Our Own

A faked death occurs when an individual leaves evidence to suggest that he or she is dead in order to mislead others. This may be done for a variety of reasons, such as to fraudulently collect insurance money or avoid capture by law enforcement for some other crime.People who fake their own deaths sometimes do so by ostensibly drowning, because it provides a plausible reason for the

Pseudoephedrine is a sympathomimetic drug of the phenethylamine and amphetamine chemical classes. It is used as a nasal/sinus decongestant and stimulant, or as a wakefulness-promoting agent.

In graph theory, a pseudoforest is an undirected graph in which every connected component has at most one cycle. That is, it is a system of vertices and edges connecting pairs of vertices, such that no two cycles of consecutive edges share any vertex with each other, nor can any two cycles be connected to each other by a path of consecutive edges

A pseudohallucination is an involuntary sensory experience vivid enough to be regarded as a hallucination, but recognised by the patient not to be the result of external stimuli. In other words, it is a hallucination that is recognized as a hallucination, as opposed to a "normal" hallucination which would be perceived as real

Pseudohermaphroditism, or pseudo-hermaphroditism, is the condition in which an organism is born with secondary sex characteristics or a phenotype that is different from what would be expected on the basis of the gonadal tissue .

A pseudonym is a name that a person assumes for a particular purpose and that differs from his or her original orthonym

Pseudophasmatidae is a family of stick insect, commonly called the "striped walkingsticks".An important identifying characteristic is its mesothorax, which is never more than three times as long as the prothorax.Tribes and genera are as

Pseudopods or pseudopodia are temporary projections of eukaryotic cells. Cells that possess this faculty are generally referred to as amoeboids. Pseudopodia extend and contract by the reversible assembly of actin subunits into microfilaments

Pseudopod (band)
Pseudopod is an American rock band, formed in 1998 in Los Angeles, California. The band is perhaps best known for winning Rolling Stone Magazine's award for the Best College Band in America contest in 2000

-Alphabetic letters:* Psi 23rd letter of the Greek alphabet* Psi , a letter of the early Cyrillic alphabet, adopted from Greek-Mathematics:* Tangential angle of a curve*Chebyshev function*Dedekind psi function*Digamma function

PSI (album)
-Personnel:Pitchshifter* J.S. Clayden - lead vocals and programming* Jim Davies - lead and rhythm guitar* Mark Clayden - bass* Jason Bowld - drums and percussionAdditional musicians* Johnny Mingus - live double bass on 'Stop Talking '

Psi (parapsychology)
Psi is a term from parapsychology derived from the Greek, ψ psi, 23rd letter of the Greek alphabet; from the Greek ψυχή psyche, "mind, soul".-Etymology:

Psidium guajava
The apple guava or common guava is an evergreen shrub or small tree native to Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America