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Berk
Berk may refer to:As a surname:*Dick Berk , American musician*İlhan Berk , Turkish poet*John van den Berk , Dutch motorcyclist*Sammy Berk , American vaudeville entertainer

Berkeley
-United Kingdom:* Berkeley, Gloucestershire** Berkeley Castle**Berkeley * Berkeley Square, London* Berkeley Square, Bristol-United States of America:*Berkeley, California, a city in the San Francisco Bay Area

Berkeley (film)
Berkeley is a 2005 film by Bobby Roth filmed in Berkeley, California. It stars Nick Roth, Laura Jordan, and Henry Winkler.

Berkelium
Berkelium , is a synthetic element with the symbol Bk and atomic number 97, a member of the actinide and transuranium element series. It is named after the city of Berkeley, California, the location of the University of California Radiation Laboratory where it was discovered in December 1949

Berks
Berks may refer to:*Berkshire, England, UK*Berks County, Pennsylvania, USA*Berks , Filipino TV series*Berks , a stop on Philadelphia's Market-Frankford Line-See also:*Robert Berks, an American sculptor and industrial designer

Berkshire
Berkshire is a historic county in the South of England. It is also often referred to as the Royal County of Berkshire because of the presence of the royal residence of Windsor Castle in the county; this usage, which dates to the 19th century at least, was recognised by the Queen in 1957, and letters patent issued confirming this in 1974.Berkshire borders the counties of

Berkshire (pig)
Berkshire pigs are a rare breed of pig originating from Berkshire in England.Herds of the breed are still maintained in England by the Rare Breeds Survival Trust at Aldenham Country Park, Hertfordshire, and by the South of England Rare Breeds Centre in Kent. The Berkshire is listed as 'vulnerable', as in 2008 fewer than 300 breeding sows were known to exist

Berkshire (soil)
Berkshire soil series is the name given to a well drained loam or sandy loam soil which has developed on glacial till in parts of southern Quebec, eastern New York State and New England south to Massachusetts. It belongs to the podzol soil group and is one of the most important soils in its area of occurrence, supporting extensive forests and a fair number of farms

Berlin (Amtrak station)
Berlin is a train station in Kensington, Connecticut located on the New Haven-Springfield Line. It serves both Kensington and nearby Berlin, which is why it is also known as Kensington-Berlin Amtrak Station. The station was originally built in 1900 by the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, and was recently planned for restoration

Berlin (surname)
This is a list of notable people with the surname Berlin.* Boris Berlin , Canadian pianist, music educator, arranger, and composer* Brent Berlin, anthropologist* Eve Berlin, bassist for St

Berlina
Berlina is the word for a sedan in the European Portuguese, Italian, Romanian, and Spanish languages. It may also refer to:- Transportation :*Holden Berlina, an automobile produced by the Holden subsidiary of General Motors since 2000.

Berm
A berm is a level space, shelf, or raised barrier separating two areas. Berm originates in the Middle Dutch and German berme and came into usage in English via French.- History :

Bermuda shorts
Bermuda Shorts, also known as walking shorts or dress shorts, are a particular type of short trousers, now widely worn as semi-casual attire by both men and women

Bermudian
Bermudian or Bermudan may refer to:* Something of, or related to Bermuda* A person from Bermuda, or of Bermudian descent. For information about the Bermudian people, see Demographics of Bermuda and Culture of Bermuda. For specific Bermudians, see List of Bermudians.* Bermudian English, the variety of English spoken in Bermuda* Bermudian cuisine* Bermudian Creek, in the U.S

Bern (Netherlands)
Bern is a hamlet in the Dutch province of Gelderland. It is located in the municipality of Zaltbommel, about 10 km south of the town Zaltbommel.

Bernard
The masculine given name Bernard is of Germanic origin.The meaning of the name is from a Germanic compound Bern-hard meaning "bear-hardy", or "brave as a bear". Bern- is the old form of bear from West Germanic *beran-.

Bernard (animation)
Bernard is a series of animated shorts centered on the fictional polar bear and main character of the same name. It is a Korean-Spanish-French co-production.Each three-minute episode focuses on the bear's curiosity and have many moments of slapstick

Bernardo
Bernardo may refer to:People;First name* Bernardo Bellotto, Venitian urban landscape painter or vedutista* Bernardo Corradi, Italian footballer

Berndt
Berndt is a surname and can refer to:*Bruce C. Berndt*Catherine Berndt*Doug Berndt*Jerry Berndt*John Berndt*Helmut Berndt*Marianne Berndt*Ronald Berndt*Walter BerndtBerndt can also be a given name:*Berndt Ekholm*Berndt Sköldestig

Berne
The city of Bern or Berne is the Bundesstadt of Switzerland, and, with a population of , the fourth most populous city in Switzerland. The Bern agglomeration, which includes 43 municipalities, has a population of 349,000. The metropolitan area had a population of 660,000 in 2000

Bernie
Bernie may refer to:*Bernie, Missouri, a US city*Bernie , a character in the comic strip*Bernie, a Beanie Baby St. Bernard produced by Ty, Inc.*Bernie , a 1996 French film

Bernie (given name)
Bernie is a given name, and may refer to:* Bernie Abrahms, General Hospital character* Bernie Ebbers, former WorldCom chief executive officer* Bernie Ecclestone , British sports enterepreneur* Bernie Kosar, former football player

Bernstein
Bernstein is a German and Jewish surname meaning "amber". The German pronunciation is , but in English it is often . It may refer to:-People:* Dan Bern , American musician who previously performed under the name Bernstein

Bero
Bero may refer to:* Bero , a village in Jharkhand state, India* Bero , a genus of Sculpin fish* Bero , a Bishop of Lausanne from 932 to 947* Bero , mid 13th century* Be-Ro, a flour brand

Berr
Berr is a surname, and may refer to:* Hélène Berr , Jewish French woman* Henri Berr , French philosopher-See also:* Ber * BERR, Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform in United Kingdom

Berry
The botanical definition of a berry is a fleshy fruit produced from a single ovary. Grapes are an example. The berry is the most common type of fleshy fruit in which the entire ovary wall ripens into an edible pericarp. They may have one or more carpels with a thin covering and fleshy interiors. The seeds are usually embedded in the flesh of the ovary

BERSA
Bersa is an Argentine arms manufacturer located in the city of Ramos Mejia in Argentina- History :The company was founded in the mid 1950s by Italian immigrants Benso Bonadimani, Ercole Montini and Savino Caselli, all of them mechanical engineers. Montini worked for Beretta in Italy

Berserk (novel)
Berserk is a young adult novel by Ally Kennen, published in 2007. It has been shortlisted for the 2008 Manchester Book Award and longlisted for the 2008 Carnegie Medal. Like Beast and Bedlam, there will be a new edition of the book in May which features a new cover.- Plot :Wouldn't it be cool to have a killer as penfriend? 15-year-old Chas is fascinated of this idea

Berserker
Berserkers were Norse warriors who are reported in the Old Norse literature to have fought in a nearly uncontrollable, trance-like fury, a characteristic which later gave rise to the English word berserk. Berserkers are attested in numerous Old Norse sources

Berserker (album)
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Berserker (Gary Numan album)
Berserker is the eighth studio album, and sixth under his own name, by electronic music pioneer Gary Numan, released in 1984. It was his first album to be released under Numan's own record label, Numa Records.-Overview:

Berserker (Scratch Acid album)
Berserker is an EP, the final release by Austin, Texas noise rock band Scratch Acid. Although it is now out of print, it can be found as tracks 22-27 on the compilation album The Greatest Gift.Berserker reached #7 in the UK Indie Chart.

Bert (horse)
Bert was one of the most influential sires in the early years of the American Quarter Horse Association .-Life:Foaled on March 24, 1934 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Bert was registered as number 227 with the AQHA. His registration entry gives his breeder as Bert Benear of Tulsa, Oklahoma and his color as brown

Berth
Berth may refer to:*Berth *Berth *Berth , an album by The UsedBerthing may refer to:*The placement of a spacecraft into a berthing mechanism through the use of a robotic arm*A cabin on a ship

Berth (album)
Berth is a live album by American post-hardcore band The Used that was released on February 6, 2007. It has since been certified gold.- Information :

Berti (disambiguation)
- Individuals from Italy :Berti is a family name found in northern Italy* Gasparo Berti , Italian physicist and astronomer* Gianluca Berti , Italian football goalkeeper* Giordano Berti - Individuals from Italy :Berti is a family name found in northern Italy* Gasparo Berti (ca. 1600-1643), Italian physicist and astronomer* Gianluca Berti (b. 1967), Italian football goalkeeper* Giordano Berti - Individuals from Italy :Berti is a family name found in northern Italy* Gasparo Berti (ca. 1600-1643), Italian physicist and astronomer* Gianluca Berti (b. 1967), Italian football goalkeeper* Giordano Berti (b

Bertie
Bertie may refer to:* Bertie County, North Carolina* Bertie , a 2008 four-part miniseries documenting the life of former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern- Given name :

Bertrand (electoral district)
Bertrand is a provincial electoral district in Quebec, Canada that elects members to the National Assembly of Quebec. The riding was created in 1994 from parts of Labelle, Prévost and Rousseau

Beru
Beru may refer to:* Beru Island, part of Kiribati* Beru Group, a diesel cold start systems company* Sherab Palden Beru, a Tibetan painter* Béru, a village in the Yonne department, in France

Berwick (automobile)
The Berwick was an electric car manufactured in Grand Rapids, Michigan, by the Berwick Auto Car Company in 1904. The Berwick was an electric two-seater runabout selling for $750. It had three speed positions, was tiller operated, and had a top speed of .

Berwick (cricketer)
Berwick was an English professional cricketer who made 6 known appearances in major cricket matches from 1779 to 1780.-Career:Berwick was associated with both Hampshire and Surrey; he also represented All-England .-External sources:*

Beryl
The mineral beryl is a beryllium aluminium cyclosilicate with the chemical formula Be3Al26. The hexagonal crystals of beryl may be very small or range to several meters in size. Terminated crystals are relatively rare

Beryl (window manager)
Beryl was a compositing window manager for the X Window System which forked from Compiz in September 2006 and was re-merged in 2007, under the name of Compiz Fusion.-Origin:

Bes
Bes was an Egyptian deity worshipped in the later periods of dynastic history as a protector of households and in particular mothers and children. In time he would be regarded as the defender of everything good and the enemy of all that is bad

Bescheid
Bescheid is a municipality in the Trier-Saarburg district, in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.

Beseech
Beseech was the name of a Gothic metal band from Borås, Sweden. The group has disbanded and have actually formed two other bands, TWDSO and The Mary Major.-This is an official statement from BESEECH:

Besides
Besides is the final release from 90's alternative rock band Sugar. As the title suggests, it collected the various B-sides from their previously released singles

Besides (Do Make Say Think EP)
Besides is an EP by Do Make Say Think. It was released in December 1999 by Resonant Records in a vinyl-only format and is now out-of-print.

Besides (Over The Rhine album)
Besides is a compilation of outtakes, previously unreleased songs, and live recordings by Over the Rhine, released in 1997. While initially intended as a fan club release , the disc has been available at shows and through the band's website consistently since its release.-Track listing:#The

Besitz
Besitz is a municipality in the Ludwigslust-Parchim district, in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany.

Besser
Besser is the surname of:* Chaskel Besser , Rabbi from Manhattan* Joe Besser , American comedian* Les Besser, founder of Compact Software, the first RF and microwave EDA company

Bessy
Bessy is a commune in the Aube department in north-central France.-Population:

Best
Best is a municipality and a village in the southern Netherlands. It is situated northwest of the city Eindhoven, and is also part of the agglomeration of this city. The village was originally a part of Oirschot, a nearby town. But as Best was situated on the state road from Amsterdam to Maastricht, this often created difficulties

BEST
-Film and television:* Best , a 2000 George Best biopic*The Best , a 2002 cooking programme on BBC2* Best: His Mother's Son, a 2009 made-for-TV drama about George Best's mother-Places:* Best, North Brabant, Netherlands

BEST (Chicosci album)
BEST is Chicosci's first compilation album, consisting of tracks from albums Revenge of the Giant Robot and Method Of Breathing. Chicosci has since left the record label when the album was released.- Track listing :# Sink or Swim# Paris# Liar

Best (Jellyfish album)
Best! is a greatest hits compilation by the 1990s pop band Jellyfish. The album was released in 2006 and featured twenty tracks. Eight of the tracks were non-album while the other twelve consisted of songs pulled from the band's two albums, Bellybutton and Spilt Milk

Best (Kenny G album)
Best is the second live album performed by saxophonist Kenny G, featuring a very similar track listing to The Essential Kenny G. The only difference is Track 15, which is a Mandarin version of "Be My Lady", replacing "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas"

Best Friend (50 Cent song)
"Best Friend" by 50 Cent is the third single released from the soundtrack of the film Get Rich or Die Tryin and the remix featuring Olivia is the third single from her album, Behind Closed Doors.-Background:

Best of (The Cardigans album)
Best Of is a greatest hits album by the Swedish group The Cardigans, released in Europe in January 2008. It contains twenty-one singles and album tracks. There is also a double-CD version with rare tracks and B-sides

Best Of (Voice of the Beehive album)
Best Of is a compilation album from alternative rock band Voice of the Beehive. Released in the UK only, it was the second Voice of the Beehive hits collection

Best Seller
Best Seller is a 1987 film written by Larry Cohen, directed by John Flynn and starring Brian Dennehy and James Woods. The plot concerns a career hitman, played by Woods, who wants to turn his life story into a book, to be written by Dennehy's character, a veteran police officer turned author.-Plot:It all begins one day at the local police evidence storage unit, where Officer

Best Seller (short story)
"Best Seller" is a short story by the British comic writer P. G. Wodehouse. A part of the Mr. Mulliner series, the story was first published in Cosmopolitan in June 1930. It was included as a Mr

Besta (computer)
Besta — a Soviet Unix-based graphics workstation. Their production started in 1988. More than 1,000 Besta workstations were produced.There were several modifications of the computer.Besta-88 had a Motorola 68020 CPU and VME bus.

Beste
Beste is a surname, and may refer to:People* Henry Digby Beste* Knutsen & Ludvigsens Beste

C
Ĉ or ĉ is a consonant in Esperanto orthography, representing the sound .Esperanto orthography uses a diacritic for all four of its postalveolar consonants, as do the Latin-based Slavic alphabets

C (programming language)
C is a general-purpose computer programming language developed between 1969 and 1973 by Dennis Ritchie at the Bell Telephone Laboratories for use with the Unix operating system.

C class destroyer (1943)
The C class was a class of 32 destroyers of the Royal Navy that were launched from 1943 to 1945. The class was built in four flotillas of 8 vessels, the Ca, Ch, Co and Cr classes, ordered as the 11th, 12th, 13th and 14th Emergency Flotillas respectively

C melody saxophone
The C melody saxophone is a saxophone pitched in the key of C, one whole step above the tenor saxophone. In the UK it is sometimes referred to as a "C tenor", and in France as a "tenor en ut". The C melody was part of the series of saxophones pitched in C and F, intended by the instrument's inventor, Adolphe Sax, for orchestral use

C-119 Flying Boxcar
The Fairchild C-119 Flying Boxcar was an American military transport aircraft developed from the World War II-era Fairchild C-82 Packet, designed to carry cargo, personnel, litter patients, and mechanized equipment, and to drop cargo and troops by parachute

C-123 Provider
The C-123 Provider was an American military transport aircraft designed by Chase Aircraft and subsequently built by Fairchild Aircraft for the United States Air Force

C-130 Hercules
The Lockheed C-130 Hercules is a four-engine turboprop military transport aircraft designed and built originally by Lockheed, now Lockheed Martin. Capable of using unprepared runways for takeoffs and landings, the C-130 was originally designed as a troop, medical evacuation, and cargo transport aircraft

C-4 (explosive)
C4 or Composition C4 is a common variety of the plastic explosive known as Composition C.-Composition and manufacture:C4 is made up of explosives, plastic binder, plasticizer and usually marker or odorizing taggant chemicals such as 2,3-dimethyl-2,3-dinitrobutane to help detect the explosive and identify its source.The explosive in C4 is RDX C4 or Composition C4 is a common variety of the plastic explosive known as Composition C.-Composition and manufacture:C4 is made up of explosives, plastic binder, plasticizer and usually marker or odorizing taggant chemicals such as 2,3-dimethyl-2,3-dinitrobutane (DMDNB) to help detect the explosive and identify its source.The explosive in C4 is RDX C4 or Composition C4 is a common variety of the plastic explosive known as Composition C.-Composition and manufacture:C4 is made up of explosives, plastic binder, plasticizer and usually marker or odorizing taggant chemicals such as 2,3-dimethyl-2,3-dinitrobutane (DMDNB) to help detect the explosive and identify its source.The explosive in C4 is RDX (cyclonite or

C-802
The Yingji-82 or YJ-82 is a Chinese anti-ship missile first unveiled in 1989 by the China Haiying Electro-Mechanical Technology Academy , also known as the Third Academy

C-peptide
C-peptide is a protein that is produced in the body along with insulin. First preproinsulin is secreted with an A-chain, C-peptide, a B-chain, and a signal sequence. The signal sequence is cut off, leaving proinsulin

C. A. Parsons and Company
C. A. Parsons and Company was a British engineering firm which was once one of the largest employers on Tyneside.-History:The Company was founded by Charles Algernon Parsons in 1889 to produce turbo-generators, his own invention. At the beginning of the Twentieth Century, the company was producing up to 50 turbines a year at its factory in Heaton in Newcastle upon Tyne

C. C. Beck
Charles Clarence Beck was an American cartoonist and comic book artist, best known for his work on Captain Marvel at Fawcett Comics and DC Comics.

C. Douglas Dillon
Clarence Douglas Dillon was an American diplomat and politician, who served as U.S. Ambassador to France and as the 57th Secretary of the Treasury

C. G. Conn
C.G. Conn Ltd., sometimes called Conn Instruments or commonly just Conn, was a United States manufacturer of musical instruments, especially brass instruments. In 1985 their Strobotuner division was bought by Peterson Electro-Musical Products, who continue to service their line of products.Assets of C.G

C. H. Dodd
Charles Harold Dodd was a Welsh New Testament scholar and influential Protestant theologian.He is known for promoting "realized eschatology", the belief that Jesus' references to the kingdom of God meant a present reality rather than a future apocalypse.-Life:Dodd was born in Wrexham, Denbighshire, Wales, the brother of the historian A. H. Dodd

C. P. Ramanujam
Chakravarthi Padmanabhan Ramanujam was an Indian mathematician who worked in the fields of number theory and algebraic geometry. He got elected Fellow of the Indian Academy of Sciences in 1973

C. S. Forester
Cecil Scott "C.S." Forester was the pen name of Cecil Louis Troughton Smith , an English novelist who rose to fame with tales of naval warfare. His most notable works were the 11-book Horatio Hornblower series, depicting a Royal Navy officer during the Napoleonic era, and The African Queen

C. T. Onyekwelu
Christopher Tagbo Onyekwelu was a prominent Nigerian businessman who played a pioneering role in developing an indigenous recording industry in the country. He was born in Nawfia, Anambra State and attended a primary school nearby.-Business life:

C. Vivian Stringer
Charlaine Vivian Stringer is a prominent African American basketball coach, with one of the best records in the history of women's basketball

C. Wright Mills
Charles Wright Mills was an American sociologist. Mills is best remembered for his 1959 book The Sociological Imagination in which he lays out a view of the proper relationship between biography and history, theory and method in sociological scholarship

C.A. Thayer (1895)
The C.A. Thayer is a schooner built in 1895 near Eureka, California. The schooner is now preserved at the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park

C.D. Vista Hermosa
Club Deportivo Vista Hermosa, commonly known as Vista Hermosa, is a professional Salvadoran football club based in San Francisco Gotera, Morazán, El Salvador. The club plays in the Primera Division, which is the top tier league in El Salvador.-History:

C.S.A.: The Confederate States of America
C.S.A.: The Confederate States of America is a 2004 mockumentary directed by Kevin Willmott. It is a fictional "tongue-in-cheek" account of an alternate history, in which the Confederates won the American Civil War, establishing the new Confederate States of America

Cab Calloway
Cabell "Cab" Calloway III was an American jazz singer and bandleader. He was strongly associated with the Cotton Club in Harlem, New York City where he was a regular performer.

Cabal
A cabal is a group of people united in some close design together, usually to promote their private views and/or interests in a church, state, or other community, often by intrigue

Cabanatuan City
The City of Cabanatuan is a first class, urban city in the province of Nueva Ecija, Philippines. It is considered the commercial, industrial and educational hub of the province. According to the latest census, it has a population of 259,267 people in 45,424 households which makes it the largest city in the province and fifth all over the region

Cabbage Patch Kids
Cabbage Patch Kids is a line of dolls created by American art student Xavier Roberts in 1978. It was originally called "Little People". The original dolls were all cloth and sold at local craft shows, then later at Babyland General Hospital in Cleveland, Georgia

Cabcharge
The Cabcharge account payment system was established in 1976 by Mr. Reginald Kermode to provide a convenient way to pay for taxi fares throughout Australia and certain participating companies. It listed on the Australian Securities Exchange in December 1999 and is now an ASX 200 company

Cabergoline
Cabergoline , an ergot derivative, is a potent dopamine receptor agonist on D2 receptors. In vitro, rat studies show cabergoline has a direct inhibitory effect on pituitary lactotroph cells

Cabernet Franc
Cabernet Franc is one of the major black grape varieties worldwide. It is principally grown for blending with Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot in the Bordeaux style, but can also be vinified alone - as in the Loire's Chinon

Cabernet Sauvignon
Cabernet Sauvignon is one of the world's most widely recognized red wine grape varieties. It is grown in nearly every major wine producing country among a diverse spectrum of climates from Canada's Okanagan Valley to Lebanon's Beqaa Valley

Cabinet Gorge Dam
Cabinet Gorge Dam is a concrete gravity-arch hydroelectric dam on the Clark Fork River, in the U.S. state of Idaho. The dam is located in the Idaho Panhandle, just west of the Montana border. Cabinet Gorge Reservoir extends into Montana, nearly to Noxon Rapids Dam

Cabinet of the United Kingdom
The Cabinet of the United Kingdom is the collective decision-making body of Her Majesty's Government in the United Kingdom, composed of the Prime Minister and some 22 Cabinet Ministers, the most senior of the government ministers.

Cable
A cable is two or more wires running side by side and bonded, twisted or braided together to form a single assembly. In mechanics cables, otherwise known as wire ropes, are used for lifting, hauling and towing or conveying force through tension. In electrical engineering cables are used to carry electric currents

Cable Logging
thumb|right|300px| High Lead logging in Western OregonCable logging is a logging method primarily used on the West Coast of North America with yarder, loaders and grapple yarders.The cables can be rigged in several configurations.There are two classes.

Cable television
Cable television is a system of providing television programs to consumers via radio frequency signals transmitted to televisions through coaxial cables or digital light pulses through fixed optical fibers located on the subscriber's property, much like the over-the-air method used in traditional broadcast television in which a television antenna is required

Cable tie
A cable tie, also known as a zip tie or tie-wrap , is a type of fastener, especially for binding several electronic cables or wires together and to organize cables and wires.-Design and use:

Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico
Cabo Rojo is a municipality situated on the southwest coast of Puerto Rico and forms part of the San Germán–Cabo Rojo metropolitan area as well as the larger Mayagüez–San Germán–Cabo Rojo Combined Statistical Area.

Cabot Strait
Cabot Strait is a strait in eastern Canada approximately 110 kilometres wide between Cape Ray, Newfoundland and Cape North, Cape Breton Island. It is the widest of the three outlets for the Gulf of Saint Lawrence into the Atlantic Ocean, the others being the Strait of Belle Isle and Strait of Canso

Cabot Tower (Bristol)
Cabot Tower is a tower in Bristol, England, situated in a public park on Brandon Hill, between the city centre, Clifton and Hotwells. It was constructed in memory of John Cabot, 400 years after he set sail in the Matthew from Bristol and landed in what was later to become Canada. The foundation stone was laid on 24 June 1897 and the tower was completed in July 1898

Cabrillo National Monument
Cabrillo National Monument is located at the southern tip of the Point Loma Peninsula in San Diego, California. It commemorates the landing of Juan Rodríguez Cabrillo at San Diego Bay on September 28, 1542. This event marked the first time that a European expedition had set foot on what later became the West Coast of the United States

Cabrini-Green
Cabrini–Green was a Chicago Housing Authority public housing development on Chicago's Near North Side. It was bordered by Evergreen Avenue on the north, Orleans Street on the east, Chicago Avenue on the south, and Halsted Street on the west

Cabuyao, Laguna
Cabuyao , or officially known as the Municipality of Cabuyao is a First Class urbanized municipality in the province of Laguna, Philippines. It is located about 43 kilometers southeast of Metro Manila and it is located at the western portion of Laguna

Cacodyl
Cacodyl, dicacodyl, tetramethyldiarsine, alkarsine or minor part of the "Cadet's fuming liquid" 2As—As2 is a poisonous oily liquid with a garlicky odor

Cacoxenite
Cacoxenite is an iron aluminium phosphate mineral with formula: Fe3+24Al17O612·17. It is associated with iron ores. The name comes from the Greek κăκός for "bad" or "evil" and ξένος for "guest" because the phosphorus content of cacoxenite lessens the quality of iron smelted from ore containing it.It was first described in 1825 for an occurrence in the Hrbek Mine, Bohemia,

Cactus
A cactus is a member of the plant family Cactaceae. Their distinctive appearance is a result of adaptations to conserve water in dry and/or hot environments. In most species, the stem has evolved to become photosynthetic and succulent, while the leaves have evolved into spines

Cadaverine
Cadaverine is a foul-smelling compound produced by protein hydrolysis during putrefaction of animal tissue. Cadaverine is a toxic diamine with the formula NH25NH2, which is similar to putrescine

Caddo
The Caddo Nation is a confederacy of several Southeastern Native American tribes, who traditionally inhabited much of what is now East Texas, northern Louisiana and portions of southern Arkansas and Oklahoma. Today the Caddo Nation of Oklahoma is a cohesive tribe with its capital at Binger, Oklahoma

Caddo County, Oklahoma
Caddo County is a county located in the U.S. state of Oklahoma. As of 2000, the population was 30,150. Its county seat is Anadarko. It is named after the Caddo tribe who were settled here on the 1870s

Caddyshack
Caddyshack is a 1980 American comedy film directed by Harold Ramis and written by Brian Doyle-Murray, Ramis, and Douglas Kenney. It stars Chevy Chase, Rodney Dangerfield, Ted Knight, Michael O'Keefe, Cindy Morgan, and Bill Murray

Cadet College
Cadet Colleges are special institutions which aim to produce students capable of leading the country and also act as skilled Army Officers. These institutions were primarily constructed in accordance with the Public Schools of England.

Cadet College Hasan Abdal
Cadet College, Hasan Abdal is a residential high school located in Hasan Abdal, Attock District, Punjab, Pakistan.-History:Cadet College, Hasan Abdal is the first Cadet College in Pakistan and was established by the government of Punjab at the initiative of General Muhammad Ayub Khan, the then Commander-in-Chief of the Pakistan Army, originally to serve as a feeder institution to the

Cadet College Kohat
Cadet College Kohat is a military high school for boys grades eight through twelve. The high school is located in the outskirts of Kohat, Pakistan.-History:

Cadet College Petaro
Cadet College Petaro is an educational institution from grade 8 to grade 12, in the southern province of Sindh in Pakistan about 20 miles from Hyderabad

Cadet College Razmak
Cadet College Razmak is a Military High School, located in the valley of Razmak, in North Waziristan, Federally Administered Tribal Areas , Pakistan.-Academics:

Cadillac
Cadillac is an American luxury vehicle marque owned by General Motors . Cadillac vehicles are sold in over 50 countries and territories, but mostly in North America. Cadillac is currently the second oldest American automobile manufacturer behind fellow GM marque Buick and is among the oldest automobile brands in the world

Cadillac Calais
The Calais was a full-size luxury car made by Cadillac from 1965 to 1976. For 1965, Cadillac renamed the entry-level Series 62 the Calais, after the French town and resort which overlooks the narrowest point in the English Channel, and from which the White Cliffs of Dover can easily be seen on a clear day

Cadillac Catera
The Cadillac Catera is a mid-sized automobile manufactured in Rüsselsheim, Germany, as a rebadged variant of the Opel Omega—and marketed by Cadillac in North America as an entry-level model, with approximately 95,000 examples manufactured from 1997–2001.A Sport model was offered beginning in 1999 with eight-way power adjustable seats, heated front seats, 17-inch wheels,

Cadillac Coupe de Ville
The Coupe de Ville was a model of the Cadillac marque of General Motors from 1949 through 1993.- Early History :The name "de Ville" is from the French de la ville or de ville meaning "of the town"

Cadillac DeVille
The de Ville was originally a trim level and later a model of General Motors' Cadillac marque. The first car to bear the name was the 1949 Coupe de Ville, a prestige trim level of the Series 62 luxury coupe. The last model to be formally known as a de Ville was the 2005 Cadillac Deville, a full-size sedan, the largest car in the Cadillac model range at the time

Cadillac Eldorado
The 1953 Eldorado was a special-bodied, low-production convertible . It was the production version of the 1952 El Dorado "Golden Anniversary" concept car, and borrowed bumper bullets from the 1951 GM Le Sabre show car

Cadillac Fleetwood
Lawrence P. Fisher was the Fisher brother most closely involved with Cadillac in its early years. In 1916 he joined the Fisher Body Company which had been formed by two of his brothers in 1908. Larry was one of four of the seven Fisher brothers who brought Fisher Body Corporation under the General Motors umbrella in 1919. In May, 1925 Alfred P

Cadillac Series 62
The Series 62 was a series of cars produced by Cadillac, designed to replace the Series 61 in 1940. It remained in production through 1964, having been renamed Series 6200, when it was replaced by the Cadillac Calais name.-1940–1941:

Cadillac Seville
The Cadillac Seville is a luxury-type car that was manufactured by the Cadillac division of American automaker General Motors from 1975 to 2004, as a smaller-sized top-of-the-line Cadillac

Cadillac V16 engine
The Cadillac V16 engine was a type of automobile engine produced in the 1930s. Cadillac produced two of only three production, gasoline-fueled V16 engine models in history. Both were used in the Cadillac V-16 automobile, the first from 1930 until 1937, and the second between 1938 and 1940

Cadillac V8 engine
Cadillac was the first automobile maker to mass produce a V8 engine. The company has produced eight generations of V8s since 1914, and was the last General Motors division to retain its own V8 design.-L-Head:

Cadillac XLR
The XLR was a retractable hardtop convertible marketed by the Cadillac division of General Motors, assembled in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Intended to be Cadillac's flagship sports car, the XLR was based on the Chevrolet Corvette's Y platform

Cadishead
Cadishead is a suburban town within the City of Salford, in Greater Manchester, England. Historically a part of Lancashire, Cadishead is the most southwesterly settlement in the city of Salford.-History:

Cadmium
Cadmium is a chemical element with the symbol Cd and atomic number 48. This soft, bluish-white metal is chemically similar to the two other stable metals in group 12, zinc and mercury. Similar to zinc, it prefers oxidation state +2 in most of its compounds and similar to mercury it shows a low melting point compared to transition metals