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Benighted is a brutal death metal band formed in Saint-Étienne, France, in 1998. The band comprises vocalist Julien Truchan, guitarists Liem N'Guyen and Olivier Gabriel, bassist Eric Lombard and drummer Kevin "Kikou" Foley

A benign tumor is a tumor that lacks the ability to metastasize. Common examples of benign tumors include moles and uterine fibroids.The term "benign" implies a mild and nonprogressive disease. Indeed, many kinds of benign tumors are harmless to human health

Benignity [from Latin benignus , from bonus + genus ] is a medical term used to describe a condition that is harmless

Beninese may refer to:* Something of, or related to Benin* A person from Benin, or of Beninese descent. For information about the Beninese people, see Demographics of Benin and Culture of Benin. For specific Beninese persons, see List of Beninese people.

Benito may refer to:* Benito, Manitoba, Canada* Benito , an Italian film* Benito Alessi, a fictional character in the Australian soap opera Neighbours* Benito River, a river in Equatorial Guinea-People with the given name Benito:

Benito (film)
Benito is an Italian TV film regarding the story of Benito Mussolini's early rise to power in the Socialist International and his relationship with Angelica Balabanoff. It was made in 1993 by RTVE of Spain, Rai Due of Italy, Microfilm, and the Kirch Company

Benjamin was the last-born of Jacob's twelve sons, and the second and last son of Rachel in Jewish, Christian and Islamic tradition. He was the founder of the Israelite Tribe of Benjamin. In the Biblical account, unlike Rachel's first son, Joseph, Benjamin was born in Canaan. He died in Egypt on the 11th of Marcheshvan 1443 BC at the age of 111.

Benjamin (Animal Farm)
Benjamin is a character in George Orwell's novella Animal Farm. He is the oldest of the animals and is alive in the last scene of the novel

Benjamin (Fedchenkov)
Metropolitan Benjamin or Veniamin , ) was a Bishop of Russian Church, Orthodox missionary and writer.- Education :Benjamin Fedchenkov was born in the village of selo Vazhki , Tambov Governorate.- 1917–1920. White movement :

Benjamin (name)
Benjamin is a popular given name for males, derived from Hebrew בנימין translating as "son of my right [hand]". It is often shortened to Ben, and sometimes to Benny, Bennie, Benjy, Benji or "Big Ben". Benjamin is also a patronymic surname

Benjamin (saint)
Saint Benjamin was a deacon martyred circa 424 in Persia. St. Benjamin was executed during a period of persecution of Christians that lasted forty years and through the reign of two Persian kings: Isdegerd I, who died in 421, and his son and successor, Varanes V

Benji (film)
Benji is the first film in a series of nine about the golden mixed breed dog named Benji. It was written and directed by Joe Camp and was released in 1974. It received one Academy Award nomination for the Best Original Song.-Plot:

Benjy is a 1951 short documentary film directed by Fred Zinnemann. It won an Academy Award in 1952 for Documentary Short Subject.-Production:Henry Fonda narrates this short film about a boy who was handicapped from birth

-Canada:*Bennett, British Columbia*Bennett Lake*Bennett Range*Bennett Lake Volcanic Complex*Mount Richard Bennett, in British Columbia*W. A. C. Bennett Dam in British Columbia-Communities:*Bennett, California*Bennett, Colorado*Bennett, Iowa

Bennett (London cricketer)
"Little" Bennett was an English professional cricketer who played first-class cricket for London Cricket Club in the 1740s and 1750s. He was almost certainly the brother of the player known as Tall Bennett

Bennett (name)
Bennett is an English and Irish language surname derived from the medieval given name Benedict . The oldest public record of the surname is dated 1208 in County Durham

Benny may refer to:* Benny , a derogatory term used by residents of Jersey Shore towns for tourists that visit each summer* Benny , a card used in trick-taking games

Benone is a popular tourist destination in the Limavady district, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland.Benone has several caravan sites, such as The Golden Sands,Deigans and a leisure complex with excellent facilities, including a 9 hole par 3 golf course and numerous tennis courts

Benproperine is a cough suppressant.

-People:Bent is a Scandinavian male first name, a form of Benedict.* Bent Larsen, a Danish chess grandmaster* Bent Mejding, a Danish actor* Bent Melchior, a Danish rabbi* Bent -Places:* Bent, Iran, a city in Sistan and Baluchestan Province, Iran

Bent (Netherlands)
Bent is a small hamlet in the Dutch province of South Holland. It is located in the municipality of Rijnwoude, about 2 km northwest of the village Hazerswoude-Dorp.The hamlet is surrounded by tree nurseries.

Bent (surname)
Bent is a surname common in English speaking countries. It may refer to:* Amel Bent , French singer* Arthur Cleveland Bent , American ornithologist* Bruce R

Benteng may refer to:* Benteng , the capital of Selayar Regency in South Sulawesi, Indonesia* Benteng Stadium, a multi-use stadium in Tangerang, Indonesia- See also :* FAW Besturn, also known as Benteng, a car series of First Automobile Works

Benthos is the community of organisms which live on, in, or near the seabed, also known as the benthic zone. This community lives in or near marine sedimentary environments, from tidal pools along the foreshore, out to the continental shelf, and then down to the abyssal depths.Many organisms adapted to deep-water pressure cannot survive in the upper parts of the water column

Bento (database)
Bento is a database application for Mac OS X made by FileMaker Inc. Bento differs significantly from the company's flagship product, FileMaker Pro, in that it relies heavily on templates and integration with other applications

Bento (disambiguation)
Bento is a single-portion takeout or home-packed meal common in Japanese cuisine.Bento may also refer to:*Bento , a database application for Mac OS X made by FileMaker Inc.*Bento , a Portuguese given name or surname

Benzene is an organic chemical compound. It is composed of 6 carbon atoms in a ring, with 1 hydrogen atom attached to each carbon atom, with the molecular formula C6H6.

Benzene (data page)
- Material Safety Data Sheet : The handling of this chemical may incur notable safety precautions. It is highly recommend that you seek the Material Safety Datasheet for this chemical from a reliable source such as , and follow its directions

Benzene (disambiguation)
Benzene is an aromatic hydrocarbon.Benzene or related words may also refer to:* Benzene * Benzene and benzine are alternate names for gasoline in many countries* Benzine can refer to petroleum ether* Benzin is a song by Rammstein

Benzethidine is a 4-phenylpiperidine derivative that is related to the opioid analgesic drug pethidine .Benzethidine is not currently used in medicine and is a Class A/Schedule I drug which is controlled under UN drug conventions

Benzofuran is the heterocyclic compound consisting of fused benzene and furan rings. This colourless liquid is a component of coal tar. Benzofuran is the "parent" of many related compounds with more complex structures. For example, psoralen is a benzofuran derivative that occurs in several plants.-Production:Benzofuran is extracted from coal tar

Benzol may refer to* Benzole* Benzene* Phenol* British Benzol, which was one of the largest independent oil distributors in the UK. It went into administration on 16 August 2005

In the United Kingdom, the word benzole means a coal-tar product, consisting mainly of benzene and toluene. It was formerly mixed with petrol and sold as a motor fuel under trade names including "National Benzole Mixture" and "Regent Benzole Mixture".

In organic chemistry, benzyl is the term used to describe the substituent or molecular fragment possessing the structure C6H5CH2-. Benzyl features a benzene ring attached to a CH2 group.-Nomenclature:

Benzylmorphine is a semi-synthetic opiate narcotic introduced to the international market in 1896 and that of the United States very shortly thereafter

Benzylpenicillin, commonly known as penicillin G, is the gold standard type of penicillin. 'G' in the name 'Penicillin G' refers to 'Gold Standard'. Penicillin G is typically given by a parenteral route of administration because it is unstable in the hydrochloric acid of the stomach

BEO may refer to:* Banquet event order* Belmont Airport IATA code* Book entry onlyBeo is a variant of the name of the Anglo-Saxon god Beowa.BeO is the chemical formula for beryllium oxide.

Beor (Bible)
Beor is described as the father of Balaam and is considered a prophet by Judaism; the Talmud says in Baba Bathra 15b "Seven prophets prophesied to the heathen, namely, Balaam and his father, Job, Eliphaz the Temanite, Bildad the Shuhite, Zophar the Naamathite, and Elihu the son of Barachel the Buzite"In 2 Peter 2:15 Beor is called Bosor.Beor is the name of the father of Bela, first

Beowulf (Blart)
Sir Beowulf, or Beo for short, is a character from Dominic Barker's fantasy novel Blart: The Boy Who Didn't Want To Save The World and its sequel Blart II: The Boy Who Was Wanted Dead Or Alive - Or Both

Beowulf (comics)
Beowulf, in comics, may refer to:* Beowulf , a DC Comics character and eponymous series starting in 1974* Beowulf, a 1984 graphic novel, First Graphic Novel #1, from First Comics* Beowulf, a 2005 series from Speakeasy Comics

Beowulf (DC Comics)
Beowulf is a fictional character of the swords and sorcery genre published by DC Comics. The character debuted in Beowulf, Dragon Slayer #1 , and was created by Michael Uslan and Ricardo Villamonte

Beowulf (soundtrack)
Beowulf is the official soundtrack release for the film of the same name. It contains selections of music from the motion picture which was composed and conducted by composer Alan Silvestri. The album was released on November 20, 2007 from Warner Bros

A bequest is the act of giving property by will. Strictly, "bequest" is used of personal property, and "devise" of real property. In legal terminology, "bequeath" is a verb form meaning "to make a bequest."

Ber (disambiguation)
Ber is a tropical fruit tree species belonging to the family Rhamnaceae.Ber may also refer to:* Ber, Slavic name for the Greek city of Veria* Dov Ber of Mezeritch , Volhynian Orthodox rabbi* Ber, Mali

Bera may refer to:People* Bera , king of Sodom in Genesis 14* Bera, Count of Barcelona , the first count of Barcelona from 801 to 820* Bera, a Surname among the Mahishya community of West Bengal state of IndiaPlaces

Bera (Bible)
Bera is the king of Sodom in Genesis 14. There is no mention of this monarch outside this biblical passage, and no trace of the city of Sodom has ever been found. In the story, Bera joins other Canaanite city kings in rebelling against Chedorlaomer, an Elamite king who rules a vast empire

Berber may refer to:*a member of the Berber people**the Berber languages, a family of Afro-Asiatic languages**Berberism, a political-cultural term supporting a distinct Berber identity**Berber calendar**Berber cuisine

Berber (Etymology)
The term Berber is a variation of the Latin original word Barbarian, earlier in history applied by Romans specifically to their northern hostile neighbors from Germania and to the hostile Berbers of North Africa. The variation is a French one when spelled Berbere and English when spelled Berber

Berceuse (Chopin)
Frédéric Chopin's Berceuse Op. 57 is a lullaby to be played on piano. It consists of variations in D-flat major. At first the composer titled the work Variations, but the title was altered for publication to the current Berceuse.

Bere may refer to:* Bere, Botswana, a village* Béré, Burkina Faso, a city* Bere Island. island in Ireland* Early name for the village of Beercrocombe in Somerset, England* Alternative spelling for Beer, Somerset in Aller, Somerset, England

Bereft is a 2004 film written by Peter Ferland and directed by Tim Daly and J. Clark Mathis. Bereft is the first film Daly directed. It stars Vinessa Shaw, Michael C. Hall, Tim Blake Nelson, Marsha Mason, and Edward Herrmann

Berek is a municipality in Bjelovar-Bilogora County, Croatia. There are 1,706 inhabitants, of which 90% are Croats.

Berenice (daughter of Mariamne)
Berenice was the daughter of Mariamne, daughter of Herod Agrippa I, and Julius Archealus. She was born sometime after 50 AD. After her parents had divorced, she lived with her mother in Alexandria.

Berg is the word for mountain in various Germanic languages, and may also refer to:-People:* Alban Berg , Austrian composer of the Second Viennese School.* Paul Berg Berg is the word for mountain in various Germanic languages, and may also refer to:-People:* Alban Berg (1885-1935), Austrian composer of the Second Viennese School.* Paul Berg Berg is the word for mountain in various Germanic languages, and may also refer to:-People:* Alban Berg (1885-1935), Austrian composer of the Second Viennese School.* Paul Berg (b

Berg (Margraten)
Berg is a hamlet in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Margraten, on the road between Maastricht and Margraten.

Berg (Meijel)
Berg is a hamlet in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Meijel, about 2 km west of the center of that village.

Berg (North Brabant)
Berg is a hamlet in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Cranendonck, about 2 km northwest of Budel, and a few hundred metres from the Belgian border.Together with neighbouring Toom, the hamlet has 340 inhabitants.

Berg (station)
Berg is a station on the Sognsvann Line of the Oslo Metro in Norway. It is located between Ullevål stadion and Tåsen stations and is the first station after the Ring Line leaves the Sognsvann Line. The station is located from Stortinget station. Berg is amongst the original stations on the line, and was opened on 10 October 1934

Berg (surname)
Berg, as a surname, may refer to:In music:*Alban Berg , Austrian composer*Bob Berg , American jazz saxophonist*Cia Berg , Swedish singer and television presenter

Bergamot may refer to:*The Bergamot orange*Monarda, genus of herbs of similar odor to the Bergamot orange; in particular**Monarda didyma, called Bergamot, Scarlet Beebalm, Scarlet Monarda, Oswego Tea, or Crimson Beebalm

Bergamottin is a natural furanocoumarin found principally in grapefruit juice. It is also found in the oil of bergamot, from which it was first isolated and from which its name is derived. To a lesser extent, bergamottin is also present in the essential oils of other citrus fruits

Berge (Thrace)
Berge or Berga was an ancient Greek town in Bisaltia, north-west of Amphipolis, founded by Thasians as a dependent colony and emporion sometime in the 5th century BC and later colonized by 1000 Athenians. Later soures call it a polis. According to Strabo it was a village of the Bisaltae and Ptolemy writes that it was in the territory of the Odomanti

Bergius is a surname which may refer to:* Anders Bergius* Bengt Bergius , Swedish historian** Bergius Botanic Garden* Burkhard Bergius , German architect and urban planner* C. C

By-law can refer to a law of local or limited application passed under the authority of a higher law specifying what things may be regulated by the by-law

is a Buddhist temple in the city of Uji in Kyoto Prefecture, Japan. It is jointly a temple of the Jōdo-shū and Tendai-shū sects.- History :

Byomkesh Bakshi
Byomkesh Bakshi is a fictional detective in Bengali literature created by Sharadindu Bandyopadhyay. He is one of the most successful detective characters in Bengali Literature. Also, Bandyopadhyay once said that these stories can be thought as and read as social novels only

Byrdstown, Tennessee
Byrdstown is a town in Pickett County, Tennessee, United States. The population was 903 at the 2000 census. It is the county seat of Pickett County.-Geography:

Byrne meaning 'raven', is derived from the Irish name Ó Broin, and is the seventh most common surname in Ireland today.-History:

Byron Katie
Byron Kathleen Mitchell , better known as Byron Katie, born December 6, 1942,is an American speaker and author who teaches a method of self-inquiry known as "The Work of Byron Katie" or simply as "The Work."-Biography:

Byron Looper
Byron Looper , is a former Republican politician in Tennessee. In order to advance his political career, he legally changed his middle name from "Anthony" to ""

Byron Mann
Byron Mann is an actor who has made films in both Hollywood and Asia. He is perhaps best known for his performance as Ryu in Street Fighter.-Biography:

BYU Television
__NOEDITSECTION__Brigham Young University Television is a cable/satellite television channel operated by Brigham Young University

Byzantine architecture
Byzantine architecture is the architecture of the Byzantine Empire. The empire gradually emerged as a distinct artistic and cultural entity from what is today referred to as the Roman Empire after AD 330, when the Roman Emperor Constantine moved the capital of the Roman Empire east from Rome to Byzantium. Byzantium, "New Rome", was later renamed Constantinople and is now called Istanbul

Byzantine army
The Byzantine army was the primary military body of the Byzantine armed forces, serving alongside the Byzantine navy. A direct descendant of the Roman army, the Byzantine army maintained a similar level of discipline, strategic prowess and organization

Byzantine art
Byzantine art is the term commonly used to describe the artistic products of the Byzantine Empire from about the 5th century until the Fall of Constantinople in 1453.

Byzantine coinage
Byzantine currency, money used in the Eastern Roman Empire after the fall of the West, consisted of mainly two types of coins: the gold solidus and a variety of clearly valued bronze coins

Byzantine economy
The Byzantine economy was among the most advanced in Europe and the Mediterranean for many centuries. Constantinople was a prime hub in a trading network that at various times extended across nearly all of Eurasia and North Africa. Some scholars argue that, up until the arrival of the Arabs in the 7th century, the Empire had the most powerful economy in the world

Byzantine Empire
The Byzantine Empire was the Eastern Roman Empire during the periods of Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages, centred on the capital of Constantinople. Known simply as the Roman Empire or Romania to its inhabitants and neighbours, the Empire was the direct continuation of the Ancient Roman State

Byzantine medicine
Byzantine medicine is the medicine practiced in the Byzantine Empire from about 400 AD to 1453 AD. Medicine was one of the sciences in which the Byzantines improved on their Greco-Roman predecessors

Byzantium was an ancient Greek city, founded by Greek colonists from Megara in 667 BC and named after their king Byzas . The name Byzantium is a Latinization of the original name Byzantion