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Bacteroidetes (class)
The class Bacteroidia is composed of a single order of environmental bacteria. By far, the Bacteroidales class are the most well-studied of the Bacteroidetes. Some members of the genus Bacteroides are opportunistic pathogens. Before the fourth volume of Bergey's Manual of Systematic Bacteriology came out it was referred to as class Bacteroidetes.

Bactria (satrapy)
Bactria was a satrapy of the Achaemenid Empire under the reign of Cyrus the Great. Although the first mention of Bactria comes in 520 BCE at the Behistun inscription. Bactria was a special satrapy in that it was ruled by a crown prince or an intended heir. The capital of Bactria was Bactra, and the region also sometimes included Sogdia

Bad (2007 film)
bAd is a 2007 drama film directed and written by Vincenzo Giammanco about a young boy who is dyslexic.John Reed is in the fifth grade and is failing in school as "his teacher thinks that he's just too lazy to study, and the local bully takes every opportunity to humiliate him." After the intervention of his mother, she and John work to overcome the difficulties he

Bad Blood
Bad Blood is an English phrase referring to enmity between two people or groups.The phrase may also refer to:-In film and television:* Bad Blood , starring Jack Thompson, about mass murderer Stanley Graham

Bad Blood (2004)
Bad Blood was a professional wrestling pay-per-view event produced by World Wrestling Entertainment , which took place on June 13, 2004 at the Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio. It was the third and final annual Bad Blood event.

Bad Blood (Lorna Sage)
Bad Blood is a 2000 work blending collective biography and memoir by the Welsh literary critic and novelist Lorna Sage.Set in post-war North Wales, it reflects on the dysfunctional generations of a family its problems, and their effect on Sage

Bad Blood (Neil Sedaka song)
"Bad Blood" was a popular song written by Neil Sedaka and Phil Cody. The song, with uncredited backing vocals by Elton John, reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1975, remaining in the top position for three weeks. It was certified gold by the RIAA and was the most successful individual commercial release in Sedaka's career

Bad Blood (Supergrass song)
"Bad Blood" is the second single from British rock group Supergrass' sixth album, Diamond Hoo Ha. It was released on 17 March 2008, which was one week before the album's release date

Bad boy (archetype)
The bad boy, cad or bounder is a cultural archetype of a male who behaves badly, especially towards women.Being a promiscuous rogue may be as successful a reproductive strategy as the strategy of being a reliable provider. Evolutionary psychologist Professor Bill von Hippel claims that women are especially attracted to such bad boys when they are ovulating

Bad Boy (Armstrong/Long song)
Bad Boy is a song by Lil Armstrong and Avon Long. It became a hit for The Jive Bombers in 1957. The song has since been covered by The Escorts, Mink DeVille, Ringo Starr, Sha Na Na, Maryann Price, and others, and was used in the first season finale of the television show "Crime Story" as well as in the 1990 film Cry-Baby.The Mink DeVille version was included in the 1983 film

Bad Boy (Hadise song)
"Bad Boy" is the fifth and last single by Belgian-Turkish singer Hadise from her album Sweat - Special Edition."Bad Boy" was featured on the original version her debut album Sweat, however a remix was made which was released instead of the original.

Bad Boy (hip hop album)
Bad Boy is a collaboration album released by former Bad Boy Records artists, Loon and G. Dep.-Track listing:#"Callin'"- 3:42#"Code of the Streets"- 4:21#"Noodle"- 2:54#"Remember"- 3:38#"Special"- 3:31

Bad Boy (Miami Sound Machine song)
"Bad Boy" was the second single released by the American band Miami Sound Machine led by Gloria Estefan on their second English language album, and ninth overall, Primitive Love. The song enjoyed much success following up on the band's mainstream breakthrough single, "Conga".-Song history:The radio release and single was an edited and remixed version of the original album cut

Bad Boy (Single)
"Bad Boy" is a song by The Adicts released in May 1983. It was released as a standard black vinyl 7-inch single and also as a 7-inch picture disc with one additional track. The single was the band's biggest hit, reaching number 75 on the UK Singles Chart and number four on the UK Independent Chart

Bad Luck
Bad Luck may refer to:* Harmful or negative luck* Bad Luck , a 1960 film directed by Andrzej Munk* "Bad Luck" * "Bad Luck" * Bad Luck, an album by Trophy Scars

Bad Luck (song)
"Bad Luck" is a punk rock song and the second track from Social Distortion's fourth studio album Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell which was released in 1992.

Bad news
Bad news may refer to:*Bad News, a spoof rock band**Bad News , 1987 album by Bad News*Bad News , the second album by Massachusetts' metalcore band Ligeia*"Bad News", a song by Johnny Cash from the I Walk the Line album

Bad News (album)
Bad News is the self titled debut album from British heavy metal group Bad News released in October 1987 by EMI. The album features a cover of the famous Queen song "Bohemian Rhapsody" and was produced by Queen's guitarist Brian May

Bad News (Ligeia album)
Bad News is the second album by Massachusetts' metalcore band Ligeia.-Track listing:# "Bad News" - 3:42# "Johnny Cash" - 3:11# "I've Been Drinkin'" - 2:30# "Hot Mess" - 2:20# "One Night Stand" - 2:37# "Teenage Wasteland" - 2:05# "Interlude" - 1:15

Bad to the Bone (album)
Bad to the Bone is the 5th studio album by the American Blues-Rock band George Thorogood & The Destroyers. It was released in 1982 by the label EMI America Records and contains their best known song, "Bad to the Bone". The album also features The Rolling Stones side-man Ian Stewart on keyboards and piano

-Computing:*Bada , a mobile smartphone operating system developed by Samsung-Places:*Bada, a village on Minicoy island, now Indian territory*Bada , a rural locality in Zabaykalsky Krai, Russia

Bada (village)
Bada is a village in Khiloksky District of Zabaykalsky Krai, Russia, located along the Khilok River. Population: Bada was founded in 1895 as a railway station of the Trans-Siberian Railway

Badaga may refer to:*The Badaga people, an indigenous people inhabiting the Nilgiri Hills of Tamil Nadu, India.*The Badaga language, spoken by the Badagas.

Mullah Badar was a governor of the Afghan province of Badghis during the reign of the Taliban.He was captured by Tajik forces in April 2003. -References:

Baddie or baddy may refer to:* An informal term for badminton* An informal term for a villain or antagonist* A bad or subpar video game player, or noob* A fan of Canadian rocker Bryan Adams

Bade may refer to:* Bade, Burkina Faso, a town in Comoé Province* Bade, Nigeria, a Local Government Area in Yobe State* Bade City, a city in Taiwan* Bade Emirate, a traditional state in Nigeria* Bade languages, a family of three languages in Nigeria

Badem is a municipality in the district of Bitburg-Prüm, in Rhineland-Palatinate, western Germany.

Baden (disambiguation)
Baden is a historical state on the east bank of the Rhine River in the southwest of Germany, now the western part of the German state of Baden-Württemberg.Baden may also refer to:- Austria :* Baden bei Wien, a city in Lower Austria, close to Vienna

Baden (wine region)
Baden is a region for quality wine in Germany, and is located in the historical region of Baden in southwestern Germany, which today forms part of the federal state of Baden-Württemberg

A badge is a device or fashion accessory, often containing the insignia of an organization, which is presented or displayed to indicate some feat of service, a special accomplishment, a symbol of authority granted by taking an oath , a sign of legitimate employment or student status, or as a simple means of identification

Badge (Law & Order: Criminal Intent episode)
"Badge" is a first season episode of the television series Law & Order: Criminal Intent.-Plot summary:In this episode, Detectives Goren and Eames investigate the murder of a city auditor who appears to have killed his family and then himself.

Badgers are short-legged omnivores in the weasel family, Mustelidae. There are nine species of badger, in three subfamilies : Melinae , Mellivorinae , and Taxideinae

Badger (band)
-One Live Badger:The band was co-founded by keyboardist Tony Kaye after he left Yes, with David Foster. Foster had been in The Warriors with Jon Anderson before Anderson co-founded Yes. Foster later worked with the band on Time and a Word

A badlands is a type of dry terrain where softer sedimentary rocks and clay-rich soils have been extensively eroded by wind and water. It can resemble malpaís, a terrain of volcanic rock. Canyons, ravines, gullies, hoodoos and other such geological forms are common in badlands. They are often difficult to navigate by foot

Badlands (Bruce Springsteen song)
"Badlands" was the leadoff track on Bruce Springsteen's fourth studio album Darkness on the Edge of Town, and its second single.- Themes :The song tells the story of a man down on his luck and angry at the world, who wants a better lot in life.

Badness (album)
Badness is the third album released by British jazz fusion duo Morrissey-Mullen. Released in 1981, it entered the UK Album Charts on 18 July 1981 at no. 65, eventually reaching no

Bado is a village in the Tenkodogo Department of Boulgou Province in south-eastern Burkina Faso. As of 2005, the village has a population of 749.

Badri (2000 film)
Badri is a Telugu film which is written and directed by Puri Jagannadh. It starred Pawan Kalyan, Amisha Patel, and Renu Desai in lead roles. This was Ramana Gogula's second time working with Pawan Kalyan.-Plot:

Badri (2001 film)
Badri is a 2001 Tamil–language sports action film directed by P. A. Arun Prasad.The film stars Joseph Vijay as a spoiled college brat who turns into a kickboxer to prove himself as a good son and younger brother. Bhumika Chawla, Monal, Dhamu and Vivek also starred in the film. Eight songs in the film were scored by popular musician Ramana Gogula. This film was a hit

Badunkadunk is a word that rapper Keith Murray invented for a girl with a big booty.Badunkadunk or badonkadonk may refer to:*"Badunkadunk" *Buttocks or badonkadonk*Hi-Riser or badonka-donk

Bae Seul-Ki
Bae Seul-Ki is a K-pop singer. She first appeared as a member of The Red, but has since become a solo singer.-History:Her family consists of her parents and two younger siblings . Bae Seul Ki practices Roman Catholicism.-Debut:

BAFF (disambiguation)
BAFF may refer to:*B-cell activating factor*British Armed Forces Federation*Regina Baff, actress

Baffle or baffles may refer to:* Baffle , a flow-directing vane or panel in some vessels such as shell and tube heat exchangers, chemical reactors, or static mixers

- Types of flexible containers :* Antistatic bag, used for shipping electronic components* Bag-In-Box* Bin bag, garbage bag, or trash bag* Book bag* Bulk bag, a name for a flexible intermediate bulk container* Burn bag* Diplomatic bag* Duffel bag

Bag (puzzle)
Bag is a binary-determination logic puzzle published by Nikoli.-Rules:Bag is played on a rectangular grid, usually of dashed lines, in which numbers appear in some of the cells.

Bag Lady
"Bag Lady" is the first single from singer Erykah Badu's 2000 album Mama's Gun. The song is about a woman trying to begin anew in a relationship, but who has too much emotional "baggage" and can't get close to people. The message of the song is to "pack light" and have hope for the future

Bagassosis, an interstitial lung disease, is a type of hypersensitivity pneumonitis attributed to exposure to molasses .

Bagatelle (band)
Bagatelle are an Irish rock band who first formed in August 1978. They are well known for their popular pop hits such as 'Second Violin' and other traditional Irish songs such as "Summer in Dublin".

Bagatelle (opera)
Bagatelle is a one-act opéra-comique by Jacques Offenbach, with a French libretto by Hector Crémieux and Ernest Blum.It was first produced on 21 May 1874 at Théâtre des Bouffes Parisiens under the direction of the composer.-Roles:-Recordings:*

-Places:Australia* Bagdad, TasmaniaMexico* Bagdad, TamaulipasPoland* Bagdad, PolandUnited States* Bagdad, Arizona* Bagdad, California* Bagdad, Butte County, California* Bagdad, Florida* Bagdad, Kentucky* Bagdad, New York* Bagdad, Virginia

Baggage (disambiguation)
Baggage is any number of bags, cases and containers which hold a traveller's articles during transit.Baggage may also refer to:* "Baggage" , a sixth season episode of the television series House

Baggage (Law & Order: Criminal Intent episode)
"Baggage" is a second season episode of the television series Law & Order: Criminal Intent.-Plot summary:In this episode, Detectives Goren and Eames investigate the case of an airport baggage supervisor found murdered in the trunk of her car.

Baggage (radio show)
Baggage is a BBC Radio 4 situation comedy which by August 2009 had aired for 4 series, each consisting of 6 30-minute episodes. Series 1 aired from April 2005, Series 2 from July 2006, Series 3 from December 2007 and Series 4 from July 2009.

Baggies (clothing)
"Baggies" was a name given to a particular type of jean in the early 1980s in the United Kingdom. The jeans were designed to be loose fitting around the leg, with a tight zip or button around the ankle, and had a number of zippers with pockets primarily down the front of the jean. Typically there may have been ten or more pockets on the front of the jeans

Baggy was a British dance-oriented music genre popular in the late 1980s and early 1990s.The scene was heavily influenced by Madchester, although it was not geographically confined to Manchester. Many Madchester bands could also be described as Baggy, and vice versa

Baglama (Greek)
The baglamas or baglamadaki , a long necked bowl-lute, is a plucked string instrument used in Greek music; it is a version of the bouzouki pitched an octave higher , with unison pairs on the four highest strings and an octave pair on the lower D

Bagno may refer to:*Bagno, Lower Silesian Voivodeship *Bagno, Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship *Bagno, Białystok County in Podlaskie Voivodeship

A baguette is "a long thin loaf of French bread" that is commonly made from basic lean dough

Baguette (horse)
Baguette was an Australian bred Thoroughbred racehorse that was undefeated as a two-year-old and became the first winner of the Two Year Old Triple Crown. His wins included 14 Principal Races and he retired to become a good sire.-Breeding:

Bahamian refers to:* Persons of, or related to The Bahamas, an island country located in the Atlantic Ocean northeast of Cuba* A person from the Bahamas, or of Bahamian descent

Bahamians may refer to:* Citizens of the Bahamas, a country in the Caribbean in the Atlantic Ocean. For more information of the people of the Bahamas, see Demographics of the Bahamas and Culture of the Bahamas.* Ethnic Bahamians

Blind musicians
Blind musicians are singers or instrumentalists, or in some cases singer-accompanists, who are legally blind.- Resources :Historically, many blind musicians, including some of the most famous, have performed without the benefit of formal instruction, since such instruction relies extensively on written musical notation

Blindness is the condition of lacking visual perception due to physiological or neurological factors.Various scales have been developed to describe the extent of vision loss and define blindness

Blinky Bill
Blinky Bill is an anthropomorphic koala and children's fictional character created by New Zealand-born Australian author Dorothy Wall. The character of Blinky first appeared in Brooke Nicholls' 1933 book, Jacko - the Broadcasting Kookaburra, which was illustrated by Wall

A blizzard is a severe snowstorm characterized by strong winds. By definition, the difference between blizzard and a snowstorm is the strength of the wind. To be a blizzard, a snow storm must have winds in excess of with blowing or drifting snow which reduces visibility to 400 meters or ¼ mile or less and must last for a prolonged period of time — typically three hours or more

Block (meteorology)
Blocks in meteorology are large scale patterns in the atmospheric pressure field that are nearly stationary, effectively "blocking" or redirecting migratory cyclones. They are also known as blocking highs or blocking anticyclones

Block cipher
In cryptography, a block cipher is a symmetric key cipher operating on fixed-length groups of bits, called blocks, with an unvarying transformation. A block cipher encryption algorithm might take a 128-bit block of plaintext as input, and output a corresponding 128-bit block of ciphertext

Block letters
Block letters are a form of writing in which the letters are upright, separated, and usually made without serifs. In English-speaking countries children are first taught to write in block letters , and later may advance to cursive writing

A blockade is an effort to cut off food, supplies, war material or communications from a particular area by force, either in part or totally. A blockade should not be confused with an embargo or sanctions, which are legal barriers to trade, and is distinct from a siege in that a blockade is usually directed at an entire country or region, rather than a fortress or city

Blockbuster bomb
Blockbuster or "cookie" was the name given to several of the largest conventional bombs used in World War II by the Royal Air Force

Blondie (album)
Blondie is the eponymous debut album by American New Wave band Blondie, released in 1976 on Private Stock Records. The first single "X Offender" was originally entitled "Sex Offender" but since radio stations would not play a song with such a controversial title, the band renamed the song

Blood is a specialized bodily fluid in animals that delivers necessary substances such as nutrients and oxygen to the cells and transports metabolic waste products away from those same cells.

Blood alcohol content
Blood alcohol content , also called blood alcohol concentration, blood ethanol concentration, or blood alcohol level is most commonly used as a metric of alcohol intoxication for legal or medical purposes.

Blood bank
A blood bank is a cache or bank of blood or blood components, gathered as a result of blood donation, stored and preserved for later use in blood transfusion. The term "blood bank" typically refers to a division of a hospital laboratory where the storage of blood product occurs and where proper testing is performed to reduce the risk of transfusion related events

Blood blister
A blood blister is a type of blister that forms when subdermal tissues and blood vessels are damaged without piercing the skin. It consists of a pool of lymph, blood and other bodily fluids trapped beneath the skin. If punctured, it suppurates a dark red fluid

Blood donation
A blood donation occurs when a person voluntarily has blood drawn and used for transfusions or made into medications by a process called fractionation.

Blood Feud (film)
-Cast:* Sophia Loren - Titina Paterno* Marcello Mastroianni - Rosario Maria Spallone* Giancarlo Giannini - Nicola Sanmichele detto 'Nick'* Turi Ferro - Vito Acicatena* Mario Scarpetta - Tonino* Antonella Murgia - Ragazza incinta* Lucio Amelio - Dr

Blood II: The Chosen
Blood II: The Chosen is a first-person shooter computer game developed by Monolith Productions and distributed by GT Interactive, which was later purchased by Infogrames. Released on October 31, 1998, it featured Monolith's new fully 3D engine Lithtech, which was previously used in Shogo: Mobile Armor Division

Blood in Blood out
Blood In Blood Out is a 1993 crime-drama film directed by Taylor Hackford. It follows the intertwining lives of the three Chicano relatives, Miklo , Cruz and Paco from 1972 to the mid 1980s

Blood on the Tracks
Blood on the Tracks is Bob Dylan's 15th studio album, released by Columbia Records in January 1975. The album marked Dylan's return to Columbia after a two-album stint with Asylum Records.

Blood orange
The blood orange is a variety of orange with crimson, blood-colored flesh. The fruit is smaller than an average orange; its skin is usually pitted, but can be smooth. The distinctive dark flesh color is due to the presence of anthocyanins, a family of pigments common to many flowers and fruit, but uncommon in citrus fruits

Blood pressure
Blood pressure is the pressure exerted by circulating blood upon the walls of blood vessels, and is one of the principal vital signs. When used without further specification, "blood pressure" usually refers to the arterial pressure of the systemic circulation. During each heartbeat, BP varies between a maximum and a minimum pressure

Blood sausage
Black pudding, blood pudding or blood sausage is a type of sausage made by cooking blood or dried blood with a filler until it is thick enough to congeal when cooled. The dish exists in various cultures from Asia to Europe

Blood Simple
Blood Simple is a 1984 neo-noir crime film. It was the directorial debut of Joel Coen and the first major film of cinematographer Barry Sonnenfeld, who later became a noted director

Blood sport
Bloodsport or blood sport is any sport or entertainment that involves violence against animals.Bloodsport includes coursing or beagling, combat sports such as cockfighting and dog fighting, or other activities

Blood type
A blood type is a classification of blood based on the presence or absence of inherited antigenic substances on the surface of red blood cells . These antigens may be proteins, carbohydrates, glycoproteins, or glycolipids, depending on the blood group system

Blood vessel
The blood vessels are the part of the circulatory system that transports blood throughout the body. There are three major types of blood vessels: the arteries, which carry the blood away from the heart; the capillaries, which enable the actual exchange of water and chemicals between the blood and the tissues; and the veins, which carry blood from the capillaries back toward the

Blood-brain barrier
The blood–brain barrier is a separation of circulating blood and the brain extracellular fluid in the central nervous system . It occurs along all capillaries and consists of tight junctions around the capillaries that do not exist in normal circulation. Endothelial cells restrict the diffusion of microscopic objects The blood–brain barrier (BBB) is a separation of circulating blood and the brain extracellular fluid (BECF) in the central nervous system (CNS). It occurs along all capillaries and consists of tight junctions around the capillaries that do not exist in normal circulation. Endothelial cells restrict the diffusion of microscopic objects The blood–brain barrier (BBB) is a separation of circulating blood and the brain extracellular fluid (BECF) in the central nervous system (CNS). It occurs along all capillaries and consists of tight junctions around the capillaries that do not exist in normal circulation. Endothelial cells restrict the diffusion of microscopic objects (e.g

Bloodfin tetra
The bloodfin tetra is a type of tropical fish. The bloodfin is a comparatively large tetra, growing to 5.5 cm. Its notable feature is the blood red colouration at the tail, dorsal, anal and adipose fin.

The Bloodhound is a large breed of dog which, while originally bred to hunt deer and wild boar, was later bred specifically to track human beings. It is a scenthound, tracking by smell, as opposed to a sighthound, which tracks using vision. It is famed for its ability to discern human odors even days later, over great distances

Bloodletting is the withdrawal of often little quantities of blood from a patient to cure or prevent illness and disease. Bloodletting was based on an ancient system of medicine in which blood and other bodily fluid were considered to be "humors" the proper balance of which maintained health

Bloodstain pattern analysis
Bloodstain pattern analysis is one of several specialties in the field of forensic science. The use of bloodstains as evidence is not new; however, the application of modern science has brought it to a higher level

Bloodwood has several meanings. It is the name of a dark red wood, from South America. It is also a common name for several unrelated groups of trees, for instance:* Brosimum paraense, a tree found in Central and South America

Bloody Mary (folklore)
Bloody Mary is a ghost or witch featured in English folklore. She is said to appear in a mirror when her name is called three times or sometimes more while in a dark room, depending upon the version of the story, often as part of a game or dare.-Overview:

Bloody Sunday (1905)
Bloody Sunday was a massacre on in St. Petersburg, Russia, where unarmed, peaceful demonstrators marching to present a petition to Tsar Nicholas II were gunned down by the Imperial Guard while approaching the city center and the Winter Palace from several gathering points. The shooting did not occur in the Palace Square

Bloody Sunday (TV drama)
Bloody Sunday is a 2002 film about the 1972 "Bloody Sunday" shootings in Derry, Northern Ireland. Although produced by Granada Television as a TV film, it premiered at the Sundance Film Festival on 16 January, a few days before its screening on ITV on 20 January, and then in selected London cinemas from 25 January. The production was written and directed by Paul Greengrass

Bloomington, Indiana
Bloomington is a city in and the county seat of Monroe County in the southern region of the U.S. state of Indiana. The population was 80,405 at the 2010 census.

Blowback may refer to one of the following:*Blowback *Blowback *Blowback , vacuum effect created in the barrel of a firearm when it is discharged

"Blowpipe" and "blow tube" redirect here. For other uses of the terms, see GlassblowingA blowgun is a simple weapon consisting of a small tube for firing light projectiles, or darts.

Blowhole (geology)
In geology, a blowhole is formed as sea caves grow landwards and upwards into vertical shafts and expose themselves towards the surface, which can result in blasts of water from the top of the blowhole if the geometry of the cave and blowhole and state of the weather are appropriate.A blowhole is also the name of a rare geologic feature in which air is blown through a small hole at

Blue (boy band)
Blue are an English pop vocal group, whose members are Simon Webbe, Lee Ryan, Duncan James and Antony Costa. Blue originally formed in 2001 before splitting in 2005. In 2009, it was confirmed that the band would reform. In April 2009, the group reunited and a Best of Blue Tour was announced

Blue Amber
Blue amber is amber exhibiting a rare coloration. It is most commonly found in the amber mines in the mountain ranges around Santiago, Dominican Republic

Blue Bell Creameries
Blue Bell Creameries, founded in 1907, is the manufacturer of Blue Bell brand ice cream.Blue Bell sells its ice cream directly in only 20 states, mostly in the Southern United States, although Blue Bell ice cream has also been eaten aboard the International Space Station and at Camp David

Blue Bloods
The Blue Bloods was the name of the professional wrestling stable in World Championship Wrestling that consisted of "Lord" Steven Regal, "Earl" Robert Eaton, and "Squire" David Taylor, along with their butler Jeeves, that operated in the middle to late 1990s.

Blue bottle fly
The blue bottle fly or bottlebee is a common blow-fly found in most areas of the world and is the type species for the genus Calliphora.-Description:

Blue Bulls Rugby Union
The Blue Bulls Rugby Union is the governing body for rugby union in Pretoria, South Africa, two neighboring municipalities in Gauteng Province, and all of Limpopo Province. Its main representative team, known in South Africa by its sponsorship name of Vodacom Blue Bulls , competes in South Africa's main domestic rugby competition, the Currie Cup

Blue catfish
The blue catfish, Ictalurus furcatus, is one of the largest species of North American catfish. Blue catfish are distributed primarily in the Mississippi River drainage including the Missouri, Ohio, Tennessee, and Arkansas rivers

Blue crab
Callinectes sapidus , the Chesapeake or Atlantic blue crab, is a crustacean found in the waters of the western Atlantic Ocean, the Pacific coast of Central America and the Gulf of Mexico

Blue Division
The Blue Division officially designated as División Española de Voluntarios by the Spanish Army and 250. Infanterie-Division in the German Army, was a unit of Spanish volunteers that served in the German Army on the Eastern Front of the Second World War.-Origins:Although Spanish leader Field Marshal Francisco Franco did not enter the war on the side of

Blue field entoptic phenomenon
The blue field entoptic phenomenon or Scheerer's phenomenon is the appearance of tiny bright dots moving quickly along squiggly lines in the visual field, especially when looking into bright blue light

Blue grenadier
The blue grenadier, hoki, blue hake, New Zealand whiptail, whiptail or whiptail hake, Macruronus novaezelandiae, is a merluccid hake of the family Merlucciidae found around southern Australia and New Zealand at depths of between . Its length is between

Blue Grosbeak
Blue Grosbeak , is a medium-sized seed-eating bird in the same family as the Northern Cardinal, "tropical" or New World buntings, and "cardinal-grosbeaks" or New World grosbeaks.

Blue Jay
The Blue Jay is a passerine bird in the family Corvidae, native to North America. It is resident through most of eastern and central United States and southern Canada, although western populations may be migratory. It breeds in both deciduous and coniferous forests, and is common near and in residential areas

Blue Lake (South Australia)
The Blue Lake in Mount Gambier, South Australia is a large monomictic lake located in an extinct volcanic maar associated with the Mount Gambier maar complex. It is one of four crater lakes on Mount Gambier

Blue Man Group
Blue Man Group is an organization founded by Chris Wink, Matt Goldman and Phil Stanton. The organization produces theatrical shows and concerts featuring popular music, comedy and multimedia; recorded music and scores for film and television; television appearances for shows such as The Tonight Show, Las Vegas, Scrubs, FETCH! with Ruff Ruffman, and Arrested

Blue Moon (beer)
Blue Moon, a Belgian-style witbier brewed by Coors Brewing Company in Golden, Colorado, was launched in 1995. In Canada it is marketed as the beer Rickard's White and is brewed in Montreal, Quebec. Originally called Bellyslide Belgian White, it was created by Keith Villa, a brewer at Coors Field's Sandlot Brewery

Blue Mountains (Oregon)
The Blue Mountains are a mountain range in the western United States, located largely in northeastern Oregon and stretching into southeastern Washington

Blue Mountains National Park
The Blue Mountains National Park is a national park in New South Wales, Australia, 81 km west of Sydney, and located in the Blue Mountains region of the Great Dividing Range. The park covers 268,987 hectares. The boundary of the park is quite irregular as it is broken up by roads, urban areas and inholdings

Blue Nude (Souvenir de Biskra)
Blue Nude is an early 1907 oil painting by Henri Matisse. It is located at the Baltimore Museum of Art as part of the Cone Collection.

Blue Peter
Blue Peter is the world's longest-running children's television show, having first aired in 1958. It is shown on CBBC, both in its BBC One programming block and on the CBBC channel. During its history there have been many presenters, often consisting of two women and two men at a time

Blue Ridge Mountains
The Blue Ridge Mountains are a physiographic province of the larger Appalachian Mountains range. This province consists of northern and southern physiographic regions, which divide near the Roanoke River gap. The mountain range is located in the eastern United States, starting at its southern-most portion in Georgia, then ending northward in Pennsylvania

Blue Ridge Tunnel
The Blue Ridge Tunnel, also known as the Crozet Tunnel, was the longest of four tunnels built on the Blue Ridge Railroad to cross the Blue Ridge Mountains at Rockfish Gap near Afton Mountain in central Virginia

Blue Spruce
Picea pungens is a species of spruce native to western North America, from southeast Idaho and southwest Wyoming, south through Utah and Colorado to Arizona and New Mexico. It grows at high altitudes from altitude, though unlike Engelmann Spruce in the same area, it does not reach the alpine tree-line

Blue Star Wicca
Blue Star Wicca is one of a number of Wiccan traditions, and was created in the United States in the 1970s based loosely on the Gardnerian and Alexandrian traditions

Blue supergiant
Blue supergiants are supergiant stars of spectral type O or B.They are extremely hot and bright, with surface temperatures of 30,000-50,000 K. They typically have 10 to 50 solar masses on the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram, and can have radii up to about 25 solar radii

Blue Swede
Blue Swede was a Swedish rock band from the early to mid 1970s, that succeeded with a few singles which were covers of other artists' material.-Career:

Blue tang
Paracanthurus hepatus is a species of Indo-Pacific surgeonfish. A popular fish in marine aquaria, it is the only member of the genus Paracanthurus

Blue Tit
The Blue Tit is a 10.5 to 12 cm long passerine bird in the tit family Paridae. It is a widespread and common resident breeder throughout temperate and subarctic Europe and western Asia in deciduous or mixed woodlands

Blue Valley Creamery Company
Blue Valley Creamery Company was a company that operated many creameries and milk plants across the United States.-History:Before 1900, limitations in transportation and storage limited the geographic scope of creameries. To that time, creameries were primarily local, gathering cream from nearby dairy farms and distributed the produce locally

Blue walleye
The blue walleye , also called the blue pike, was a subspecies of the walleye that went extinct in the Great Lakes in the 1980s

Blue Whale
The blue whale is a marine mammal belonging to the suborder of baleen whales . At in length and or more in weight, it is the largest known animal to have ever existed.