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Belga (news agency)
Belga is a Belgian news agency. Belga was founded in 1920 as "Agence télégraphique belge de presse" by Pierre-Marie Olivier and Maurice Travailleur. Seat : 8B Frédéric Pelletier Street, 1030 Schaerbeek - External link :*

Belgrade is the capital and largest city of Serbia. It is located at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers, where the Pannonian Plain meets the Balkans. According to official results of Census 2011, the city has a population of 1,639,121. It is one of the 15 largest cities in Europe

Belief is the psychological state in which an individual holds a proposition or premise to be true.-Belief, knowledge and epistemology:The terms belief and knowledge are used differently in philosophy.

Belief (song)
"Belief" was the second single from John Mayer's 2006 album Continuum. The song features Ben Harper on guitar.Despite its success on the American adult album alternative chart and the South African Top 40, the song never had a music video. The song was nominated for Best Male Pop Vocal for the 50th Annual Grammy Awards

Belief (song)
"Belief" was the second single from John Mayer's 2006 album Continuum. The song features Ben Harper on guitar.Despite its success on the American adult album alternative chart and the South African Top 40, the song never had a music video. The song was nominated for Best Male Pop Vocal for the 50th Annual Grammy Awards

Believe may refer to:*Belief, a psychological state in which an individual holds a proposition or premise to be true*Religious belief, a belief regarding the supernatural, sacred, or divine-Film and television:

Believe (Crematory album)
Believe is the seventh studio album by German band Crematory, distributed through Nuclear Blast Records, and the last full length album before their 3-year hiatus

Believe (Dima Bilan song)
"Believe" is the winning Russian entry for the 2008 Eurovision Song Contest sung by Dima Bilan. The song was composed and written by Jim Beanz & Dima Bilan. On 20 May 2008 Bilan sang in the first semi-final of the Eurovision Song Contest, and the song was voted into the final by public vote

Believe (Eddie J. song)
"Believe" is a song performed by Eddie J. It is a cover of a song by Cher-Use in video games:* In Moero! Nekketsu Rhythm Damashii Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan 2, Eddie J's Believe is a playable song.

Believe (film)
Believe is a 2007 mockumentary/comedy about the world of Multi-Level Marketing . This is the first movie by director Loki Mulholland, who is also credited for the screenplay.

Believe (fragrance)
Believe is a women's fragrance by Britney Spears for Elizabeth Arden. This is the fifth fragrance from Britney, and hit the stores on September 24, 2007. The fragrance is said to be sensual and warm. Delicate and feminine. A sparkling blend of exotic fruits guava and golden tangerine, soft florals honeysuckle and hints of linden blossom, and seductive amber, patchouli, and pink pralines

Believe (Jets album)
Believe is the fourth album recorded with MCA records by the family group The Jets, at this point composed of siblings Eddie, Elizabeth, Haini, Kathi, Leroy, Moana and Rudy Wolfgramm . It featured all new material, including the singles "You Better Dance" and "The Same Love"

Believe (Misia single)
"Believe" is Misia's 3rd single. It was released on April 21, 1999. It peaked at #2 selling 95,930 copies on its first week. The song was used in Hitachi's "Maxell MD" commercial. "Believe" is one of MISIA's signature songs.-Track list:-Charts:

Believe (Nami Tamaki song)
"Believe" is the debut single by Nami Tamaki, released April 23, 2003. She was chosen out of many at a Sony Music Audition to sing this song which is the 3rd opening theme for Kidou Senshi Gundam Seed. Very upbeat and catchy, the PV is packed with dancing. The single cover represents the white haired Nami in the video.- Track listing :1. "Believe"2. "Complete"3

Believe (Th' Legendary Shack Shakers album)
Believe is an LP released by Th' Legendary Shack Shakers on October 4, 2004.- Reviews :'Believe' was favourably reviewed by Zeth Lundy of who concluded "The next time you take the O Brother, Where Art Thou? soundtrack from the stereo, pining for some oomph to your Americana, reach for Th’ Legendary Shack Shakers. “Colonel” J.D

Believe (Yellowcard song)
Believe is the eleventh track on Yellowcard's album Ocean Avenue. The song pays tribute to the firefighters and police officers who lost their lives trying to rescue people trapped in the World Trade Center towers after the terrorist attacks in New York City on September 11, 2001

Believe (Yolanda Adams album)
Believe is an album released by Yolanda Adams, featuring the singles "Never Give Up," and "I'm Gonna Be Ready." This was Adams' final release on Elektra Records before the company folded. The track "Fo' Sho'" was done with labelmate Karen Clark-Sheard and was Sheard's first release after her near death experience

Believer (album)
Believer is the seventh studio album by American R&B band Chic, their last for the Atlantic Records label, and the last featuring the classic line-up of Nile Rodgers, Bernard Edwards, Alfa Anderson, Luci Martin, and Tony Thompson

Believer (Laura Dawn album)
Believer is a 1999 album by Laura Dawn. It was released by the now-defunct Extasy International Records, an offshoot of the Extasy Records label created by X Japan drummer Yoshiki, and distributed by Warner Bros.-Tracklist:#Free and Lonely Life 4:33

Believers (album)
Believers is a studio album by American singer-songwriter Don McLean, released in 1981.-Track listing:All tracks composed by Don McLean, except where indicated.#"Castles in the Air"#"Isn't It Strange"#"Left for Dead on the Road of Love"#"Believers"

Believers (film)
Believers is a 2007 horror film-thriller directed by award-winning filmmaker Daniel Myrick, who also directed The Blair Witch Project and The Objective, and written by Myrick, Julia Fair, and Daniel Noah. The film was distributed by Warner Bros

Belinda (Belinda Carlisle album)
Belinda is the first solo album by Belinda Carlisle, notable as her first recording after the break-up of new wave band The Go-Go's, for whom she was their lead singer. Released in mid-1986 it featured a hit single "Mad About You" which went to No. 3 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and No

Belinda (comic strip)
Belinda, aka Belinda Blue-Eyes, was a newspaper comic strip created in 1936 by the cartoonist Steve Dowling and scripted by Bill Connor

Belinda (disambiguation)
Belinda is a common female first name.Belinda may also refer to:In music:* Belinda , a Mexican singer** Belinda * Belinda * "Belinda" , a 1981 song by Eurythmics

Belinda (Edgeworth novel)
Belinda is an 1801 novel by the Irish writer Maria Edgeworth. It was first published in three volumes by Joseph Johnson of London in 1801, and was later reprinted by Pandora Press in 1986

Belize is a constitutional monarchy and the northernmost country in Central America. Belize has a diverse society, comprising many cultures and languages. Even though Kriol and Spanish are spoken among the population, Belize is the only country in Central America where English is the official language

Belize (disambiguation)
Belize is a country in Central America.Belize may also refer to:* Belize District, a district of Belize* Belize City, Belize's largest city* Belize River, a river in Belize* Belize, Angola, a town in the Angolan province of Cabinda

Belja is a village in Serbia situated in the municipality of Aleksinac, in the Nišava District. It has a population of 43 as recorded in the 2002 census.

Bełki is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Gąsawa, within Żnin County, Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship, in north-central Poland. It lies approximately south-east of Gąsawa, south-east of Żnin, and south of Bydgoszcz.-References:

-Sound and music:* Bell , a percussion instrument, usually cup-shaped* Bell * Bell cymbal* Bell effect, a musical technique* Bell Orchestre, a six-piece instrumental band from Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Bell (cyclecar)
The Bell was a British 3 wheeled cyclecar made in 1920 by W.G. Bell of Rochester, Kent.The car was a three wheeler with the single wheel at the front and was powered by a JAP or Precision engine. The cars were advertised but it is not certain that series production ever started.-References:*Beaulieu Encyclopedia of the Automobile. N. Georgano. year=2000. HMSO London

Bell (Monotype)
Bell is a Scotch Roman typeface designed in 1788 by Richard Austin. After a short initial period of popularity, the face fell until disuse until it was revived in the 1930s, after which it enjoyed an enduring acceptance as a text face.-Visual Distinctive Characteristics:Characteristics of this typeface are:lower case:square dot over the

Bell the cat
Belling the Cat is a fable also known under the titles The Bell and the Cat and The Mice in Council. Although often attributed to Aesop, it was not recorded before the Middle Ages and has been confused with the quite different fable of Classical origin titled The Cat and the Mice. In the classificatory system established for the fables by B. E

Bell-bottoms are trousers that become wider from the knees downward. Related styles include flare, loon pants and boot-cut/leg trousers. Hip-huggers are bell-bottomed, flare, or boot-cut pants that are fitted tightly around the hips and thighs.-Naval origins:Bell-bottoms' precise origins are uncertain

Bella is a female name. It is a diminutive form of names ending in -bella, such as Isabella and Annabella. "Bella" is related to the Italian and Latin words for beautiful.Bella may also refer to:People

Bella (band)
Bella is a Canadian indie pop band from Vancouver, who formed in 2003, and have released two full-length albums. The band signed to Vancouver's Mint Records in 2006 and released the full-length "No One will Know" featuring guest musicians Roddy Bottum , Will Schwartz , John Collins and Jason Martin .- Pretty Mess

Bella Figura
Bella Figura is a one act ballet by Jiří Kylián. It has music by Pergolesi, Marcello, Vivaldi and Torelli.

Belladonna, from the Italian expression "bella donna" meaning "beautiful lady", may refer to:-Plants:* Atropa belladonna or belladonna or deadly nightshade, a perennial herbaceous plant

Belladonna (band)
Belladonna is an Italian Rock noir band.- Metaphysical Attraction :Belladonna was formed on February 14, 2005 in Rome, Italy by Luana Caraffa and Dani Macchi. During the course of the following months Belladonna wrote and recorded many songs, eleven of which would become their first full album: Metaphysical Attraction

Belladonna (novel)
Belladonna is the second book in Anne Bishop's Landscapes of Ephemera. Following Sebastian, Belladonna continues the story of the battle between the Light and Dark of Ephemera, and Glorianna Belladonna's struggle to destroy, or cage the Eater of the World before it can convert the worlds into a massive playground to use for its own dark purposes

Belladonna (porn star)
Belladonna is an American pornographic actress and producer.-Early life:Michelle Anne Sinclair was born in Biloxi, Mississippi as the second of seven children. The family had German, Scottish, and Cherokee roots. She experienced her first kiss at age twelve, got her first tattoo at thirteen, and had intercourse at fourteen

Belle is the feminine form of the French word which means beautiful.It may also refer to:-Business:* Belle Baby Carriers, a U.S. baby carrier manufacturer* Belle International, a Chinese footwear retailer-Computers and software:

Belle (magazine)
Belle is an Australian design magazine, published bi-monthly, covering interior design and architecture as well as a raft of other home improvement content. It is Australia's leading design magazine and has been in circulation for over thirty years. It is produced by Australian Consolidated Press.

Belle (song)
"Belle" is a 1997 song performed by the Francophone singers Patrick Fiori, Daniel Lavoie and Garou, from the musical Notre Dame de Paris. Released as a single in 1998, it was a hit in France and Belgium, topping the charts for many months

A belligerent is an individual, group, country or other entity which acts in a hostile manner, such as engaging in combat. Belligerent comes from Latin, literally meaning "to wage war"

- Places :Australia:* Bellingham, Tasmania, coastal hamlet in Northern TasmaniaEngland:* Bellingham, London, neighbourhood and electoral ward in the London Borough of Lewisham* Bellingham, Northumberland, villageUnited States:* Bellingham, Washington

Bellingham (Amtrak station)
The Bellingham Amtrak Station is an train station serving Amtrak trains and bus station serving Greyhound Lines and local Whatcom Transportation Authority buses in Bellingham, Washington, United States

-People:*Vincenzo Bellini , opera composer*a family of Italian painters:**Jacopo Bellini , father of Gentile and Giovanni**Gentile Bellini **Giovanni Bellini , the most famous of the three

Bellissima may refer to:* Bellissima , a 1951 film by Luchino Visconti* Bellissima!, a 1988 Pizzicato Five album* "Bellissima" , a 1997 DJ Quicksilver song* Trialeurodes bellissima, a whitefly species

Bellissima (film)
Bellissima is an Italian neorealism film by Italian director Luchino Visconti. The film is about and was shot at Cinecittà. Alessandro Blasetti, the film director, appears as himself.

- People :* Adam Bellow, vice president/executive editor at Collins Books* Alexandra Bellow , mathematician* Saul Bellow , American writer born in Canada of Russian-Jewish origin

A bellows is a device for delivering pressurized air in a controlled quantity to a controlled location.Basically, a bellows is a deformable container which has an outlet nozzle. When the volume of the bellows is decreased, the air escapes through the outlet

Bellows (disambiguation)
A bellows is a device for delivering pressurized air in a controlled quantity to a controlled location.Bellows may also refer to:* Bellows * Metal bellows* Bellows Air Force Station* Bellows Falls, Vermont* Expansion joints

Bellows (photography)
In photography, a bellows is the pleated expandable part of a camera, usually a large or medium format camera, to allow the lens to be moved with respect to the focal plane for focusing.

-Places:* Bells, North Carolina* Bells, Tennessee* Bells, Texas* Bells Beach, Victoria, an internationally famous surf beach in Australia* Bells Corners, Ontario* Bell's Brewery, a brewery in Michigan, United States-Sound and music:

Bells and whistles
Bells and whistles refers to non-essential features, visual or functional, that are an enhancement to the objectIt may also refer to:* More Bells and Whistles , a 1990 computer animation created by Wayne Lytle

A bellwether is any entity in a given arena that serves to create or influence trends or to presage future happenings.The term is derived from the Middle English bellewether and refers to the practice of placing a bell around the neck of a castrated ram leading his flock of sheep.The movements of the flock could be noted by hearing the bell before the flock was in

*The abdomen, the part of the body between the pelvis and the thorax; or the stomach**A beer belly, an overhang of fat above the waist, presumably caused by regular beer ingestion**Belly danceBelly may also refer to:-Individuals:

Belly (rapper)
Ahmed Balshe , better known by his stage name Belly, is a Palestinian-Canadian Juno Award-winning rapper.

Belly dance
Belly dance or Bellydance is a "Western"-coined name for a traditional "Middle Eastern" dance, especially raqs sharqi . It is sometimes also called Middle Eastern dance or Arabic dance in the West, or by the Greco-Turkish term çiftetelli

Belo (disambiguation)
-Places:* Belo Polje , a south Slavic toponym, meaning "white field"** Belo pole, a small village in southwestern Bulgaria* Belo Blato,* Belo Jegonfoy, one of the 21 woredas in the Benishangul-Gumuz Region of Ethiopia

Belonging is an English-language Welsh television drama series, produced by BBC Wales and broadcast on BBC One Wales.The programme revolved around the lives of the Lewis family, and their various trials and tribulations in the changing environment of their South Wales town Bryncoed and modern Wales

Belonging or Belong can refer to:* Belonging * Belonging , a Welsh television drama series* "Belonging" , a 2001 episode of the television series Angel

stable relationships with other people." This implies a relationship that is greater than simple acquaintance or familiarity.The need to belong is the need to give and receive affection from others.-Psychological needs:

Beloved may refer to:*Beloved, referring to an intimate relationship of love-Film:*Beloved , a 1998 film, based on the Toni Morrison novel*The Beloved , a 1970 film written and directed by George P

Beloved (band)
Beloved was an American post-hardcore band from Greensboro and Winston-Salem, North Carolina.-Band history:Beloved formed in the fall of 1999. The original members all attended East Forsyth High School in Kernersville, NC from 1996-2000. They played local shows in the surrounding areas of Kernersville where they grew in popularity almost immediately

Bunyoro is a kingdom in Western Uganda. It was one of the most powerful kingdoms in East Africa from the 16th to the 19th century. It is ruled by the Omukama of Bunyoro

In physics, buoyancy is a force exerted by a fluid that opposes an object's weight. In a column of fluid, pressure increases with depth as a result of the weight of the overlying fluid. Thus a column of fluid, or an object submerged in the fluid, experiences greater pressure at the bottom of the column than at the top

Buprenorphine is a semi-synthetic opioid that is used

Burberry Group plc is a British luxury fashion house, manufacturing clothing, fragrance, and fashion accessories. Its distinctive tartan pattern has become one of its most widely copied trademarks. Burberry is most famous for its iconic trench coat, which was invented by founder Thomas Burberry

Burden of proof
The burden of proof is the obligation to shift the accepted conclusion away from an oppositional opinion to one's own position.The burden of proof is often associated with the Latin maxim semper necessitas probandi incumbit ei qui agit, the best translation of which seems to be: "the necessity of proof always lies with the person who lays charges." This is a statement of a version

Burdock is any of a group of biennial thistles in the genus Arctium, family Asteraceae. Native to the Old World, several species have been widely introduced worldwide.

Bureau de Change
A bureau de change or currency exchange is a business whose customers exchange one currency for another. Although originally French, the term bureau de change is widely used throughout Europe, and European travellers can usually easily identify these facilities when in other European countries

Bureau of Engraving and Printing
The Bureau of Engraving and Printing is a government agency within the United States Department of the Treasury that designs and produces a variety of security products for the United States government, most notable of which is paper currency for the Federal Reserve. The Federal Reserve itself is the central bank of the United States of America

Bureau of Indian Affairs
The Bureau of Indian Affairs is an agency of the federal government of the United States within the US Department of the Interior. It is responsible for the administration and management of of land held in trust by the United States for Native Americans in the United States, Native American Tribes and Alaska Natives.The Bureau of Indian Affairs is one of two Bureaus under

Bureau of Land Management
The Bureau of Land Management is an agency within the United States Department of the Interior which administers America's public lands, totaling approximately , or one-eighth of the landmass of the country. The BLM also manages of subsurface mineral estate underlying federal, state and private lands. Most public lands are located in western states, including Alaska

Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs
The Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs was a predecessor agency of the Drug Enforcement Administration . It was formed as a subsidiary of the United States Department of Justice in 1968, combining the Bureau of Narcotics and Bureau of Drug Abuse Control The Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs (BNDD) was a predecessor agency of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). It was formed as a subsidiary of the United States Department of Justice in 1968, combining the Bureau of Narcotics (from the United States Department of the Treasury) and Bureau of Drug Abuse Control The Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs (BNDD) was a predecessor agency of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). It was formed as a subsidiary of the United States Department of Justice in 1968, combining the Bureau of Narcotics (from the United States Department of the Treasury) and Bureau of Drug Abuse Control (from the United States Department of Health, Education, and

Bureau of Ships
The United States Navy's Bureau of Ships was established by Congress on June 20, 1940, by a law which consolidated the functions of the Bureau of Construction and Repair and the Bureau of Engineering. The new Bureau was to be headed by a Chief and Deputy-Chief, one selected from the engineering corps and the other from the construction corps

Börek is a family of baked or fried filled pastries made of a thin flaky dough known as yufka . It can be filled with cheese, often feta, sirene or kaşar; minced meat, or vegetables

Buren is a municipality and a city in the eastern Netherlands. It is also a county; with the Dutch Monarch still holding the title "Count of Buren".- Population centres :

Buret District
Buret District is an administrative district in the Rift Valley Province of Kenya. Its capital town is Litein. The district has a population of 316,882 and an area of 955 km² . The district has two electoral constituencies: Konoin Constituency and Bureti Constituency .

Bureti Constituency
Bureti Constituency is an electoral constituency in Kenya. It is one of three constituencies of Buret District. The constituency was established for the 1963 elections.- Members of Parliament :- Wards :

Burg Eltz
Burg Eltz is a medieval castle nestled in the hills above the Moselle River between Koblenz and Trier, Germany. It is still owned by a branch of the same family that lived there in the 12th century, 33 generations ago. The Rübenach and Rodendorf families' homes in the castle are open to the public, while the Kempenich branch of the family uses the other third of the castle

Burger Chef
Burger Chef was an American fast-food restaurant chain founded in 1954 in Indianapolis, Indiana. The chain expanded throughout the United States, and at its peak, was second only to McDonald's in the number of locations nationwide

Burger King
Burger King, often abbreviated as BK, is a global chain of hamburger fast food restaurants headquartered in unincorporated Miami-Dade County, Florida, United States. The company began in 1953 as Insta-Burger King, a Jacksonville, Florida-based restaurant chain

Burgess reagent
The Burgess reagent or methyl N-carbamate was developed in the laboratory of Edward M. Burgess at Georgia Tech. It is a mild and selective dehydrating reagent often used in organic chemistry. It is used to convert secondary and tertiary alcohol with an adjacent proton into alkenes. Primary alcohols do not work well

Burgess Shale
The Burgess Shale Formation, located in the Canadian Rockies of British Columbia, is one of the world's most celebrated fossil fields, and the best of its kind. It is famous for the exceptional preservation of the soft parts of its fossils

Burghead is a small town in Moray, Scotland, about 8 miles north-west of Elgin. The town is mainly built on a Peninsula which projects north-westward into the Moray Firth, meaning that most of the town has sea on 3 sides. The present town was built between 1805 and 1809, destroying in the process more than half of the site of an important Pictish hill fort

Burglar alarm
Burglar , alarms are systems designed to detect unauthorized entry into a building or area. They consist of an array of sensors, a control panel and alerting system, and interconnections

Burglary is a crime, the essence of which is illicit entry into a building for the purposes of committing an offense. Usually that offense will be theft, but most jurisdictions specify others which fall within the ambit of burglary

Burgundy is a region historically situated in modern-day France and Switzerland.-History:Burgundy was inhabited in turn by Celts, Romans , and in the 4th century, the Roman allies the Burgundians, a Germanic people possibly originating in Bornholm , who settled there and established their own kingdom

Burgundy wine
Burgundy wine is wine made in the Burgundy region in eastern France, in the valleys and slopes west of the Saône River, a tributary of the Rhône. The most famous wines produced here - those commonly referred to as "Burgundies" - are red wines made from Pinot Noir grapes or white wines made from Chardonnay grapes

Burial is the act of placing a person or object into the ground. This is accomplished by excavating a pit or trench, placing an object in it, and covering it over.-History:

Burial at sea
Burial at sea describes the procedure of disposing of human remains in the ocean, normally from a ship or boat. It is regularly performed by navies, but also can be done by private citizens in many countries.-By religion:

Burj al-Arab
Burj Al Arab is a 5-star luxury hotel located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. At , it is the fourth tallest hotel in the world. Burj Al Arab stands on an artificial island out from Jumeirah beach, and is connected to the mainland by a private curving bridge

Burke and Wills expedition
In 1860–61, Robert O'Hara Burke and William John Wills led an expedition of 19 men with the intention of crossing Australia from Melbourne in the south to the Gulf of Carpentaria in the north, a distance of around 3,250 kilometres

Burke County, North Carolina
-Demographics:As of the census of 2000, there were 89,148 people, 34,528 households, and 24,342 families residing in the county. The population density was 176 people per square mile . There were 37,427 housing units at an average density of 74 per square mile

Burkina Faso
Burkina Faso – also known by its short-form name Burkina – is a landlocked country in west Africa. It is surrounded by six countries: Mali to the north, Niger to the east, Benin to the southeast, Togo and Ghana to the south, and Côte d'Ivoire to the southwest.Its size is with an estimated population of more than 15,757,000

A burl or bur or burr is a tree growth in which the grain has grown in a deformed manner. It is commonly found in the form of a rounded outgrowth on a tree trunk or branch that is filled with small knots from dormant buds.A burl results from a tree undergoing some form of stress. It may be caused by an injury, virus or fungus

Burlington Bees
The Burlington Bees are a Class A minor league baseball team, affiliated with the Oakland Athletics, that plays in the Midwest League. Their home is in Burlington, Iowa.-History:

Burlington, Iowa
Burlington is a city in, and the county seat of Des Moines County, Iowa, United States. The population was 25,663 in the 2010 census, a decline from the 26,839 population in the 2000 census. Burlington is the center of a micropolitan area including West Burlington, Iowa and Middletown, Iowa and Gulf Port, Illinois

Burma Road
The Burma Road is a road linking Burma with the southwest of China. Its terminals are Kunming, Yunnan, and Lashio, Burma. When it was built, Burma was a British colony.The road is long and runs through rough mountain country

Burmese (cat)
The Burmese is a breed of domesticated cats split into two subgroups: the American Burmese and the British Burmese . Most modern Burmese are descendants of one female cat called Wong Mau, which was brought from Burma to America in 1930

Burmese Days
Burmese Days is a novel by British writer George Orwell. It was first published in the USA in 1934. It is a tale from the time of the waning days of British colonialism, when Burma was ruled as part of the Indian empire - " a portrait of the dark side of the British Raj." At its centre is John Flory, " the lone and lacking individual trapped within a bigger system that is undermining

Burmese Python
The Burmese Python is the largest subspecies of the Indian Python and one of the 6 largest snakes in the world, native to a large variation of tropic and subtropic areas of Southern- and Southeast Asia. They are often found near water and are sometimes semi-aquatic, but can also be found in trees

Burnhope is a village and civil parish in County Durham, England. It is located in the Craghead valley on the opposite side to Stanley and has approximately 1200 inhabitants.

Burning bush
The burning bush is an object described by the Book of Exodus as being located on Mount Sinai; according to the narrative, the bush was on fire, but was not consumed by the flames, hence the name

Burning of books and burying of scholars
Burning of the books and burying of the scholars is a phrase that refers to a policy and a sequence of events in the Qin Dynasty of Ancient China, between the period of 213 and 206 BC. During these events, the Hundred Schools of Thought were pruned; legalism survived

Burnpur is an important industrial city in Asansol sub-division in the state of West Bengal, India . It is located in Bardhaman District, in the heart of the mining-industrial belt in the western periphery of the state.

-Places:Australia* Burns Beach, Western AustraliaPakistan* Burns Road, street in downtown KarachiUnited States* Burns, Colorado, unincorporated community in Eagle County* Burns, Kansas, town in Marion County* Burns, New York, town in Allegany County

A burqa is an enveloping outer garment worn by women in some Islamic religion to cover their bodies in public places. The burqa is usually understood to be the woman's loose body-covering , plus the head-covering , plus the face-veil .-Etymology:A speculative and unattested etymology

Burrard Inlet
Burrard Inlet is a relatively shallow-sided coastal fjord in southwestern British Columbia, Canada. Formed during the last Ice Age, it separates the City of Vancouver and the rest of the low-lying Burrard Peninsula from the slopes of the North Shore Mountains, home to the communities of West Vancouver and the City and District of North Vancouver.- History :What is now

Burrard Station
Burrard Station is a SkyTrain station in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, served by the Expo and Millennium Lines. The station is located in the Dunsmuir Tunnel located beneath Downtown Vancouver, and opened in 1985.-Location:

Burrowing Owl
The Burrowing Owl is a tiny but long-legged owl found throughout open landscapes of North and South America. Burrowing Owls can be found in grasslands, rangelands, agricultural areas, deserts, or any other open dry area with low vegetation. They nest and roost in burrows, such as those excavated by prairie dogs

Bursera simaruba
Bursera simaruba, commonly known as the Gumbo-limbo, is a tree species in the family Burseraceae, native to tropical regions of the Americas from the southeasternmost United States south through Mexico and the Caribbean to Brazil and Venezuela

Burst switching
In a packet switched network, burst switching is a capability in which each network switch extracts routing instructions from an incoming packet header to establish and maintain the appropriate switch connection for the duration of the packet, following which the connection is automatically released.In concept, burst switching is similar to connectionless mode transmission, but differs

Burt Bacharach
Burt F. Bacharach is an American pianist, composer and music producer. He is known for his popular hit songs and compositions from the mid-1950s through the 1980s, with lyrics written by Hal David. Many of their hits were produced specifically for, and performed by, Dionne Warwick

Burt Reynolds
Burton Leon "Burt" Reynolds, Jr. is an American actor. Some of his memorable roles include Bo 'Bandit' Darville in Smokey and the Bandit, Lewis Medlock in Deliverance, Bobby "Gator" McCluskey in White Lightning and sequel Gator, Paul Crewe and Coach Nate Scarborough in The Longest Yard and its 2005 remake respectively, Billy Clyde Puckett in

Burton L. Mack
Burton L. Mack is an author and scholar of early Christian history and the New Testament. He is John Wesley Professor emeritus in early Christianity at the Claremont School of Theology in Claremont, California. Mack is primarily a scholar of Christian origins, approaching it from the angle of social group formation

Burton Raffel
Burton Raffel is a translator, a poet and a teacher. He has translated many poems, including the Anglo-Saxon epic Beowulf, poems by Horace, and Gargantua and Pantagruel by François Rabelais. In 1964, Raffel recorded an album along with Robert P

Burwood East, Victoria
Burwood East is a suburb in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, located 17 km east of Melbourne's central business district. Its Local Government Area is the City of Whitehorse. The suburb is bounded by Springvale Road to the east, by Middleborough Road to the west, by Eley Road and Hawthorn Road to the north and Highbury Road to the south

Bury is a town in Greater Manchester, England. It lies on the River Irwell, east of Bolton, west-southwest of Rochdale, and north-northwest of the city of Manchester

Bury Grammar School
Bury Grammar School is an independent grammar school in Bury, Greater Manchester, England, that has existed since Kev Cryer was born, c.1570. The current headmaster is the Reverend Steven Harvey MA. The previous headmaster, Keith Richards MA, retired after sixteen years of headmastership on 7 April 2006

Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee
Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee by American writer Dee Brown is a history of Native Americans in the American West in the late nineteenth century. He describes the people's displacement through forced relocations and years of warfare waged by the United States federal government

Buryat language
Buryat is a Mongolic variety spoken by the Buryats that is either classified as a language or as a major dialect group of Mongolian. The majority of Buryat speakers live in Russia along the northern border of Mongolia where it is an official language in the Buryat Republic, Ust-Orda Buryatia and Aga Buryatia

Burzum is a musical project by Varg Vikernes . It began during 1991 in Bergen, Norway and quickly became prominent within the early Norwegian black metal scene

A bus is a road vehicle designed to carry passengers. Buses can have a capacity as high as 300 passengers. The most common type of bus is the single-decker bus, with larger loads carried by double-decker buses and articulated buses, and smaller loads carried by midibuses and minibuses; coaches are used for longer distance services

Bus analyzer
A bus analyzer is a computer bus analysis tool, often a combination of hardware and software, used during development of hardware or device drivers for a specific bus, for diagnosing bus or device failures, or reverse engineering.

Bus lane
A bus lane or bus only lane is a lane restricted to buses, and generally used to speed up public transport that would be otherwise held up by traffic congestion

Bus network
A bus network topology is a network architecture in which a set of clients are connected via a shared communications line, called a bus. There are several common instances of the bus architecture, including one in the motherboard of most computers, and those in some versions of Ethernet networks.-How it works:Bus networks are the simplest way to connect multiple clients, but may

Bus rapid transit
Bus rapid transit is a term applied to a variety of public transportation systems using buses to provide faster, more efficient service than an ordinary bus line. Often this is achieved by making improvements to existing infrastructure, vehicles and scheduling

Bus stop
A bus stop is a designated place where buses stop for passengers to board or leave a bus. These are normally positioned on the highway and are distinct from off-highway facilities such as bus stations. The construction of bus stops tends to reflect the level of usage

Bus transport in Singapore
Bus transport in Singapore is the most comprehensive and affordable means of public transport for the masses, with over two million rides taken per day on average on the buses of the two main public transport providers SBS Transit and SMRT Corporation

In electrical power distribution, a bus bar is a strip of copper or aluminium that conducts electricity within a switchboard, distribution board, substation or other electrical apparatus.

Bush (band)
Bush are an alternative rock band formed in London in 1992 shortly after vocalist/guitarist Gavin Rossdale and guitarist Nigel Pulsford met in a London nightclub. Realising they shared a love for such diverse artists as the Pixies, Bob Marley, The Jesus Lizard, MC5, Nirvana, Hüsker Dü, and Big Black, they decided to form a band together