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Bg (Unix)
bg is a job control command in Unix and Unix-like operating systems that resumes execution of a suspended process without bringing it to the foreground; the resumed process continues to execute in the background without receiving user input from the terminal. bg is required to be included in an operating system in order for it to be POSIX compliant.

BGA
BGA can refer to:* Bach-Gesellschaft Ausgabe, the first complete edition of the works of J.S. Bach* Ball Grid Array, a type of surface-mount packaging used for integrated circuits* Battle Ground Academy, a private school in Franklin, Tennessee, USA

BH
-Places:In the United Kingdom* BH postcode area, the United Kingdom postal area for the region in southern England which is served by Bournemouth postal sorting office* Burgess Hill, a town in West Sussex, England, UK

Bhopal (disambiguation)
Bhopal may refer to:* Bhopal, a city in India, capital of Madhya Pradesh state* Bhopal District, a district in Madhya Pradesh, with the city of Bhopal as its headquarters* Bhopal Division, an administrative geographical unit of Madhya Pradesh state

Bhopal (Lok Sabha constituency)
Bhopal Lok Sabha constituency is one of the 29 Lok Sabha constituencies in Madhya Pradesh state in central India. This constituency presently covers the entire Bhopal district and part of Sehore district.-Assembly segments:

BHT
BHT may refer to:*Busy hour traffic, a telecommunications traffic measurement given in erlangs*Baltimore Harbor Tunnel*Butylated hydroxytoluene, an organic compound primarily used as an antioxidant food additive

Bhutan
Bhutan , officially the Kingdom of Bhutan, is a landlocked state in South Asia, located at the eastern end of the Himalayas and bordered to the south, east and west by the Republic of India and to the north by the People's Republic of China

Bhutanese
Bhutanese may refer to:* Something of, or related to Bhutan* The official national language of Bhutan, Dzongkha * A person from Bhutan, or of Bhutanese descent

Bhutani
Bhutani can refer to people from Pakistan and India. It also can refer to Bhutan.- Pakistan and India :* Bhutani people, people of Bhutani tribe.* Bhutani language, a dialect of Balochi language.* Bhutani , surname used in Pakistan and India.

BI
Bi or bi may refer to:*Bi , a type of jade disc produced in ancient China*"Bi" , a 1993 song by Living Colour*Bi , a 2008 album by Astyplaz*Bi-, a number prefix denoting two*Billon , an alloy of less than 50% silver

Bi (song)
"Bi" is a song by funk metal band Living Colour and the fourth single from their third studio album, Stain. The song's title and its lyrics directly refer to bisexuality.-Tracklisting:# "Bi " - 3:42# "Bi" - 4:34# "Middle Man " - 4:01

Bialy
Bialy, a Yiddish word short for bialystoker kuchen, from Białystok, a city in Poland, is a small roll that is a traditional dish in Polish Ashkenazi cuisine. A traditional bialy has a diameter of up to 15 cm and is a chewy yeast roll similar to a bagel

Bianca (1913 film)
Bianca is a 1913 silent American short film, written by Hanson Durham, and directed by Robert Thornby.

Bianca (disambiguation)
Bianca is a given name.Bianca may also refer to:*Bianca , one of the moons of Uranus*218 Bianca, an asteroid*Bianca , a 1984 film by Italian director Nanni Moretti*Bianca , a silent film starring Patricia Palmer

Bianca (film)
Bianca is a 1984 Italian comedy-mystery film directed by Nanni Moretti.-Plot:Michele Apicella is a young mathematics teacher who is called to a supposedly élite, in fact grotesque, high school with the overblown name of Marilyn Monroe

Bianca (opera)
Bianca is a one act opera by American composer Henry Kimball Hadley. The opera's libretto was an English-language adaptation of Carlo Goldoni's comedy The Mistress of the Inn by Grant Stewart

Bianco (surname)
Bianco, or occasionally Lo Bianco, is a surname of Italian origin, meaning White. Bearers of the name include the following.* Andrea Bianco, Italian sailor and cartographer of the 15th century

Bias
Bias is an inclination to present or hold a partial perspective at the expense of alternatives. Bias can come in many forms.-In judgement and decision making:

BIAS
BIAS is a privately held corporation based in Petaluma, California.- History :

Bib
Bib or BIB may refer to:*The Bib are small tribe found in the Hazara Division of Pakistan*Trisopterus luscus, a fish also called a bib*Bib Fortuna, character in Star Wars*Back in Black, an iconic album by AC/DC

Bib (garment)
A bib is a garment worn hanging from the neck on the chest to protect clothing from spilling.The word, reported in English since 1580, stems from a verb bibben "to drink" , from Latin bibere, either because it was worn while drinking or because it "soaked up" spills.Bibs are frequently used by children but also by some adults

Bibble (software)
Bibble is a digital imaging program for multiple platforms by Bibble Labs, designed to assist photographers in post-production work and efficient optimization of images created in the Raw image format.- Bibble 5 :

Biber
- Individuals :* Carl Heinrich Biber , an Austrian violinist and composer, son of Heinrich Ignaz Biber* Heinrich Ignaz Biber , a Bohemian-Austrian composer and violinist

Biber (Danube)
The Biber is a right tributary of the Danube in Bavaria, Germany. The source of the Biber is in the south of the hamlet Matzenhofen in Unterroth. The river is 36.8 km long.

Bible Belt
Bible Belt is an informal term for a region in the southeastern and south-central United States in which socially conservative evangelical Protestantism is a significant part of the culture and Christian church attendance across the denominations is generally higher than the nation's average.The Bible Belt consists of much of the Southern United States extending west into Texas

Biblical and Talmudic units of measurement
Biblical and Talmudic units of measurement, such as the Omer, used primarily by ancient Israelites, appear frequently within the Hebrew Bible as well as in later Judaic scripture, such as the Mishnah and Talmud

Bibliography
Bibliography , as a practice, is the academic study of books as physical, cultural objects; in this sense, it is also known as bibliology

Bibliomania
Bibliomania can be a symptom of obsessive–compulsive disorder which involves the collecting or even hoarding of books to the point where social relations or health are damaged.-Description:

Bicentennial
A Bicentennial or Bicentenary is the two-hundredth anniversary of an event, or the celebrations pertaining thereof. It may refer to:United States

Biceps
Biceps may refer to:*Biceps brachii muscle, a muscle located on the inside of the upper arm*Biceps femoris muscle, one of the hamstring muscles of the back of each thigh*Biceps , a point in a metrical pattern

Biceps (prosody)
Biceps is a point in a metrical pattern that can be filled either with one long syllable or two short syllables . It is found in the dactylic hexameter and the dactylic pentameter.

Biches
Biches is a commune in the Nièvre department in central France.-Demographics:At the 1999 census, the population was 290. On 1 January 2007, the estimate was 337.-References:*

Bicicleta (short story)
"Bicicleta" is a short story by Orson Scott Card. It appears in his short story collection Maps in a Mirror. Card originally published this story in the October 1977 issue of Friend magazine under the pseudonym Byron Walley.-Plot summary:

Bicker
Bicker may refer to*Bicker, Lincolnshire*Bicker, a practice in the eating clubs at Princeton University and Mount Olive College*Bicker , a Dutch Golden Age family, headed by Andries Bicker

Bicycle
A bicycle, also known as a bike, pushbike or cycle, is a human-powered, pedal-driven, single-track vehicle, having two wheels attached to a frame, one behind the other. A person who rides a bicycle is called a cyclist, or bicyclist.

BID
Bid may refer to:*Bidding, making a price offer in an auction, stock exchange, or card games*Bid , a British home shopping channel

Bidden
Bidden is a village in Hampshire, England.

Bidder (surname)
Bidder is a surname, and may refer to:* Friedrich Bidder , German physiologist and anatomist* George Parker Bidder , English engineer and calculating prodigy

Bidding
Bidding is an offer of setting a price one is willing to pay for something. A price offer is called a bid. The term may be used in context of auctions, stock exchange, card games, or real estate transactions.

Biddy
Biddy is a given name which may refer to:People:* Biddy Anderson , South African cricketer* Biddy Baxter , English television producer* Biddy Dolan , American Major League Baseball player* Biddy Early Biddy is a given name which may refer to:People:* Biddy Anderson (1874–1926), South African cricketer* Biddy Baxter (born 1933), English television producer* Biddy Dolan (1881–1950), American Major League Baseball player* Biddy Early Biddy is a given name which may refer to:People:* Biddy Anderson (1874–1926), South African cricketer* Biddy Baxter (born 1933), English television producer* Biddy Dolan (1881–1950), American Major League Baseball player* Biddy Early (c

Bidet
A bidet is a low-mounted plumbing fixture or type of sink intended for washing the genitalia, inner buttocks, and anus. It was originally a French word.-History:

Biding
Biding is a commune in the Moselle department in Lorraine in north-eastern France.

Bidirectional
The term "bidirectional" may refer to:*Anything that can move in two directions*A roadway that carries traffic moving in opposite directions*A tram or train or any other vehicle that can be controlled from either end and can move forward or backward with equal ease without any need to be turned around *Bi-directional text*Duplex

Bidon
Bidon is a commune in the Ardèche department in southern France.-Population:

Bidule
Bidule is a commercial software application for the creation of interactive computer music and multimedia produced by the Canadian company Plogue Arts and Technology. It runs on both Windows and Mac computers.

Biennial
Biennial means lasting for two years or occurring every two years.In particular, it can refer to:* Biennial plant, a plant which blooms in its second year and then dies* Biennale , various events-See also:

Bienvenido
Bienvenido may refer to:*Bienvenido, Puebla, Mexico*Bienvenida, Badajoz, Spain

Bienvenue
Bienvenue may refer to:* Fulgence Bienvenüe , French civil engineer* Bienvenue, French Guiana, a town in French Guiana* Bayou Bienvenue, a bayou in LouisianaAlso, it is translated from French as Welcome, but literally 'Well Come'

Bier
A bier is a stand on which a corpse, coffin or casket containing a corpse, is placed to lie in state or to be carried to the grave.In Christian burial, the bier is often placed in the centre of the nave with candles surrounding it, and remains in place during the funeral.The bier is a flat frame, traditionally wooden but sometimes of other materials

Bier (disambiguation)
A bier is a flat frame used to carry a corpse to burial.Bier may also refer to:* August Bier , German surgeon and pioneer of anesthesiology*: Bier block, a technique for intravenous regional anasthesia named after August Bier

Biff
biff is a mail notification system for UNIX.- Usage :When a new mail message is delivered, the program biff alerts the recipient so he can read it immediately. The alert is sent to the tty where the recipient is logged in, and contains the Subject, From line, and first few lines of the body of the new message

BIFF
BIFF, later sometimes B1FF, was a pseudonym on, and the prototypical newbie of, Usenet. BIFF was created as and taken up as a satire of a partly amusing, partly annoying, mostly unwelcome intrusion into a then fairly rarefied community.- Origin :

Biff (cartoon)
Biff are British cartoonists, perhaps best known for cartoon strips appearing in The Guardian from 1985 onwards . Also featured on many postcards, Biff cartoons have appeared in books, Viz and, since 2001, the magazine of the Rough Guides.-History:Chris Garratt and Mick Kidd are the creators of Biff

Biff (disambiguation)
Biff may refer to:* Biff , a given name or nickname -Computer-related terms:* biff, a UNIX mail notification program.* BIFF or B1FF, a Usenet/internet pseudonym

Biff (name)
Biff is a given name or nickname, the latter often awarded based on physical stature.-People with the name Biff:* Biff Byford, British vocalist of heavy metal band Saxon* "Biff" Frank Dunlap, a Canadian hockey player

Bifocal
Bifocal may refer to:* Bifocals, eyeglasses whose corrective lenses each contain regions with two distinct optical powers* Fundamental matrix , which sometimes is referred to as "bifocal tensor"

Bifurcate
In law, bifurcation is a judge's ability to divide a trial into two parts so as to render a judgment on a set of legal issues without looking at all aspects. Frequently, civil cases are bifurcated into separate liability and damages proceedings

Bifurcation
Bifurcation means the splitting of a main body into two parts.Bifurcation or Bifurcated may refer to:*Bifurcation , the division of issues in a trial for example the division of a page into two parts.

Big (album)
Big is the fourth studio album by American recording artist Macy Gray, released in the United States on March 27, 2007 by Geffen Records. It is Gray's first studio album in four years.

Big Apple (song)
"Big Apple" is a song written and performed by the British band Kajagoogoo. Released in September 1983, it was the first single to be taken from the band's second album Islands , and their first song without lead singer Limahl, who had been fired from the band earlier that year

Big Bang (Los Enanitos Verdes album)
Big Bang is the seventh album from Latin rock band Enanitos Verdes released August 15, 1994. "Lamento Boliviano" was released as a single.- Track listing :# Mejor no hablemos de amor# Lamento boliviano# Celdas# Yo pagaría# Piel de nopal# H.I.V.

Big Bang (Magdallan album)
Big Bang is the debut album by the American metal band Magdallan, released 1992 on Intense Records. Big Bang was nominated for one GMA Dove Award for Best Metal/Hard Rock Album in 1992, but did not win.-Track listing:#End of the Ages - 6:12

Caleb Strong
Caleb Strong was Massachusetts lawyer and politician who served as the sixth and tenth Governor of Massachusetts between 1800 and 1807, and again from 1812 until 1816.-Biography:

Caledon, Ontario
Caledon is a town in the Regional Municipality of Peel in the Greater Toronto Area of Ontario, Canada. In terms of land use, Caledon is somewhat urban, though it is primarily rural in nature

Caledonian Railway
The Caledonian Railway was a major Scottish railway company. It was formed in the early 19th century and it was absorbed almost a century later into the London, Midland and Scottish Railway, in the 1923 railway grouping, by means of the Railways Act 1921

Calendula
Calendula , pot marigold, is a genus of about 12–20 species of annual or perennial herbaceous plants in the daisy family Asteraceae, native to the area from Macaronesia east through the Mediterranean region to Iran

Calf
Calves are the young of domestic cattle. Calves are reared to become adult cattle, or are slaughtered for their meat, called veal.-Terminology:

Calgary Public Library
The Calgary Public Library is a distributed library system featuring 17 branch locations including the Central Library. It is the second most used system in Canada

Calgary Stampeders
The Calgary Stampeders are a Canadian Football League team based in Calgary, Alberta and named in reference to the Calgary Stampede. The Stampeders play their home games at McMahon Stadium

Calgary Tower
The Calgary Tower is a 191 metre free standing observation tower in Downtown Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Originally called the Husky Tower, it was conceived as a joint venture between Marathon Realty Company Limited and Husky Oil as part of an urban renewal plan and to celebrate Canada's centennial of 1967

Calibration curve
In analytical chemistry, a calibration curve is a general method for determining the concentration of a substance in an unknown sample by comparing the unknown to a set of standard samples of known concentration

Calibri
Calibri is a humanist sans-serif typeface family under the Microsoft ClearType Font Collection.In Microsoft Office 2007, it replaced Times New Roman as the default typeface in Word and replaced Arial as the default in PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, and WordPad

Calico Jack
John Rackham , commonly known as Calico Jack, was an English pirate captain operating in the Bahamas during the early 18th century

Calicut Medical College
Calicut Medical College is a premier medical college located in the city of Kozhikode in Kerala, India. It was established in 1957 as the second medical college in the Kerala. Since then the institution has grown into a premier centre of medical education in the state

Caliente, Nevada
Caliente , formerly known as Culverwell and Calientes is a town in Lincoln County, Nevada, United States. Its elevation is 4,300 feet . The population was 1,123 at the 2000 census

California
California is a state located on the West Coast of the United States. It is by far the most populous U.S. state, and the third-largest by land area

California Academy of Sciences
The California Academy of Sciences is among the largest museums of natural history in the world. The academy began in 1853 as a learned society and still carries out a large amount of original research, with exhibits and education becoming significant endeavors of the museum during the twentieth century.Completely rebuilt in 2008, the building totals 400,000 square feet and is among the

California and the railroads
The establishment of America's transcontinental rail lines securely linked California to the rest of the country, and the far-reaching transportation systems that grew out of them during the century that followed contributed to the state’s social, political, and economic development

California Aqueduct
The Governor Edmund G. Brown California Aqueduct is a system of canals, tunnels, and pipelines that conveys water collected from the Sierra Nevada Mountains and valleys of Northern- and Central California to Southern California. The Department of Water Resources operates and maintains the California Aqueduct, including two pumped-storage hydroelectric plants, Castaic and Gianelli

California Bearing Ratio
The California bearing ratio is a penetration test for evaluation of the mechanical strength of road subgrades and basecourses. It was developed by the California Department of Transportation before World War II.

California Community Colleges system
The California Community Colleges System consists of 112 community colleges in 72 community college districts in the U.S. state of California

California Constitution
The document that establishes and describes the duties, powers, structure and function of the government of the U.S. state of California. The original constitution, adopted in November 1849 in advance of California attaining U.S. statehood in 1850, was superseded by the current constitution, which was ratified on May 7, 1879

California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation
The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation is responsible for the operation of the California state prison and parole systems. CDC&R is the second largest law enforcement or police agency in the United States behind the New York City Police Department which employs approximately 34,000 police officers

California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection
The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection is the State of California's agency responsible for fire protection in State Responsibility Areas of California as well as the administration of the state's private and public forests. It is often referred to as The California Department of Forestry, which was the name of the department before the 1990s

California Gold Rush
The California Gold Rush began on January 24, 1848, when gold was found by James W. Marshall at Sutter's Mill in Coloma, California. The first to hear confirmed information of the gold rush were the people in Oregon, the Sandwich Islands , and Latin America, who were the first to start flocking to the state in late 1848

California Highway Patrol
The California Highway Patrol is a law enforcement agency of the U.S. state of California. The CHP has patrol jurisdiction over all California highways and also acts as the state police.

California Kingsnake
The California Kingsnake is a non-venomous colubrid snake found in the western United States and northern Mexico. It is a relatively small subspecies of the Common Kingsnake and is naturally found in a wide variety of habitats

California Maritime Academy
The California Maritime Academy is one of 23 campuses in the California State University system and is one of only seven degree-granting maritime academies in the United States

California Newt
The California newt is a newt. It is also referred to as the orange bellied newt. They can grow to be in length.- Physical description :T. torosa adult length can range from to

California Penal Code
The Penal Code of California forms the basis for the application of criminal law in the American state of California. It was originally enacted in 1872 as one of the original four California Codes, and has been substantially amended and revised since then.

California Red-legged Frog
The California red-legged frog, Rana draytonii, is a moderate to large species of frog. It is known under the scientific name Rana draytonii, after being long included with the northern red-legged frog The California red-legged frog, Rana draytonii, is a moderate to large (4.4–14 cm) species of frog. It is known under the scientific name Rana draytonii, after being long included with the northern red-legged frog The California red-legged frog, Rana draytonii, is a moderate to large (4.4–14 cm) species of frog. It is known under the scientific name Rana draytonii, after being long included with the northern red-legged frog (R

California Republic
The California Republic, also called the Bear Flag Republic, is the name used for a period of revolt against Mexico initially proclaimed by a handful of American settlers in Mexican California on June 14, 1846, in Sonoma. This was shortly before news of the Mexican–American War had reached the area

California Sea Lion
The California sea lion is a coastal sea lion of western North America. Their numbers are abundant , and the population continues to expand about 5% annually. They are quite intelligent and can adapt to man-made environments

California State Lottery
The California State Lottery, also known as the California Lottery, began on November 6, 1984, after California voters passed Proposition 37, the California State Lottery Act of 1984, authorizing the creation of a lottery

California State Prison, Corcoran
California State Prison, Corcoran is a male-only state prison located in the city of Corcoran, in Kings County, California. Also known as Corcoran State Prison, CSP-C, CSP-COR, CSP-Corcoran, and Corcoran I, it should not be confused with the newer California Substance Abuse Treatment Facility and State Prison, Corcoran located just south

California State Route 49
State Route 49 is a north–south state highway in the U.S. state of California that passes through many historic mining communities of the 1849 California gold rush. Highway 49 is numbered after the "49ers", the waves of immigrants who swept into the area looking for gold, and a portion of it is known as the Gold Country Highway

California State Route 73
State Route 73 is a state highway in the U.S. state of California. The route runs from Interstate 405 to Interstate 5 through the San Joaquin Hills in Orange County. From its northern terminus, the first three miles of the highway are called the Corona del Mar Freeway; this section of highway opened in 1978

California State Route 99
California State Route 99 , commonly known as Highway 99 or, simply, as 99 , is a north–south state highway in the U.S. state of California, stretching almost the entire length of the Central Valley

California Trail
The California Trail was an emigrant trail of about across the western half of the North American continent from Missouri River towns to what is now the state of California

Caliper
A caliper is a device used to measure the distance between two opposing sides of an object. A caliper can be as simple as a compass with inward or outward-facing points

Caliphate
The term caliphate, "dominion of a caliph " , refers to the first system of government established in Islam and represented the political unity of the Muslim Ummah

Call and response (music)
In music, a call and response is a succession of two distinct phrases usually played by different musicians, where the second phrase is heard as a direct commentary on or response to the first

Call center industry in the Philippines
Call centers began in the Philippines as plain providers of email response and managing services, these have industrial capabilities for almost all types of customer relations, ranging from travel services, technical support, education, customer care, financial services, and online business to customer support, online business to business support.The call center industry is an

Call centre
A call centre or call center is a centralised office used for the purpose of receiving and transmitting a large volume of requests by telephone. A call centre is operated by a company to administer incoming product support or information inquiries from consumers. Outgoing calls for telemarketing, clientele, product services, and debt collection are also made

Call option
A call option, often simply labeled a "call", is a financial contract between two parties, the buyer and the seller of this type of option. The buyer of the call option has the right, but not the obligation to buy an agreed quantity of a particular commodity or financial instrument from the seller of the option at a certain time for a certain

Call sign
In broadcasting and radio communications, a call sign is a unique designation for a transmitting station. In North America they are used as names for broadcasting stations

Callan Park Lunatic Asylum for the Mentally and Criminally Insane
The Callan Park Hospital for the Insane was an insane asylum located in the grounds of Callan Park, an area on the shores of Iron Cove in the Sydney suburb of Lilyfield in Australia. In 1915 the facility was renamed Callan Park Mental Hospital, and again in 1976 to Callan Park Hospital. Since 1994, the facility has been formally known as Rozelle Hospital

Callao
Callao is the largest and most important port in Peru. The city is coterminous with the Constitutional Province of Callao, the only province of the Callao Region. Callao is located west of Lima, the country's capital, and is part of the Lima Metropolitan Area, a large metropolis that holds almost one-third of Peru's population

Caller ID
Caller ID , also called calling line identification or calling number identification or Calling Line Identification Presentation , is a telephone service, available in analog and digital phone systems and most Voice over Internet Protocol applications, that transmits a caller's number to

Calliope (music)
A calliope is a musical instrument that produces sound by sending a gas, originally steam or more recently compressed air, through large whistles, originally locomotive whistles.

Callisto (moon)
Callisto named after the Greek mythological figure of Callisto, ) is a moon of the planet Jupiter. It was discovered in 1610 by Galileo Galilei. It is the third-largest moon in the Solar System and the second largest in the Jovian system, after Ganymede. Callisto has about 99% the diameter of the planet Mercury but only about a third of its mass

Calluna
Calluna vulgaris is the sole species in the genus Calluna in the family Ericaceae. It is a low-growing perennial shrub growing to tall, or rarely to and taller, and is found widely in Europe and Asia Minor on acidic soils in open sunny situations and in moderate shade

Caloocan City
The City of Caloocan is one of the cities and municipalities that comprises the Metro Manila region in the Philippines. It is a major residential area inside Metro Manila

Caloric theory
The caloric theory is an obsolete scientific theory that heat consists of a self-repellent fluid called caloric that flows from hotter bodies to colder bodies. Caloric was also thought of as a weightless gas that could pass in and out of pores in solids and liquids

Calorimeter
A calorimeter is a device used for calorimetry, the science of measuring the heat of chemical reactions or physical changes as well as heat capacity. Differential scanning calorimeters, isothermal microcalorimeters, titration calorimeters and accelerated rate calorimeters are among the most common types

Calotropis gigantea
Calotropis gigantea is a species of Calotropis native to Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, Sri Lanka, India and China.

CalSTRS
The California State Teachers' Retirement System provides retirement, disability and survivor benefits for California's 852,316 prekindergarten through community college educators and their families

Caltrain
Caltrain is a California commuter rail line on the San Francisco Peninsula and in the Santa Clara Valley in the United States. The northern terminus of the rail line is in San Francisco, at 4th and King streets; its southern terminus is in Gilroy

Calumet Baking Powder Company
Calumet Baking Powder Company was an American food company established in 1889 in Chicago, Illinois, by baking powder salesman, William Monroe Wright. His newly formulated double-acting baking powder took its name from the Native American name for a peace pipe given to the lands now known as Calumet City, Illinois

Calumet Farm
Calumet Farm is a Thoroughbred breeding and training farm established in 1924 in Lexington, Kentucky, United States by William Monroe Wright, founding owner of the Calumet Baking Powder Company. Calumet is located in the heart of Lexington's blue grass country, the finest horse breeding region in the world

Calumet River
The Calumet River refers to a system of heavily industrialized rivers and canals in the region between the neighborhood of South Chicago in Chicago, Illinois, and the city of Gary, Indiana.-Background:

Calusa
The Calusa were a Native American people who lived on the coast and along the inner waterways of Florida's southwest coast. Calusa society developed from that of archaic peoples of the Everglades region; at the time of European contact, the Calusa were the people of the Caloosahatchee culture

Calvary Bible College
Opened in 1932, Calvary Bible College has become a nationally-known Bible college. Calvary Bible College is located in Kansas City, Missouri and offers several associate and bachelor degrees, including a bachelor degree completion program called Excel for older students

Calvary Cemetery, Queens
The Roman Catholic Calvary Cemetery in Queens has the largest number of interments of any cemetery in the United States.The offices of Calvary Cemetery are located at 49-02 Laurel Hill Blvd. in Woodside in the New York City borough of Queens, New York. The cemetery is managed by the Trustees of St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York

Calvert, Texas
Calvert is a city in Robertson County, Texas, United States. The population was 1,192 at the 2010 census, a 16.4% decline from the 2000 census. It is part of the Bryan-College Station metropolitan area.-Geography:

Calverton National Cemetery
Calverton National Cemetery is a United States National Cemetery located in eastern Long Island, the hamlet of Wading River, the Town of Riverhead in Suffolk County, New York

Calvin and Hobbes
Calvin and Hobbes is a syndicated daily comic strip that was written and illustrated by American cartoonist Bill Watterson, and syndicated from November 18, 1985, to December 31, 1995. It follows the humorous antics of Calvin, a precocious and adventurous six-year-old boy, and Hobbes, his sardonic stuffed tiger

Calvin Coolidge
John Calvin Coolidge, Jr. was the 30th President of the United States . A Republican lawyer from Vermont, Coolidge worked his way up the ladder of Massachusetts state politics, eventually becoming governor of that state

Calvin Peete
Calvin Peete is an American professional golfer. He was the most successful African-American on the PGA Tour, with 12 wins, before the emergence of Tiger Woods.

Cam
A cam is a rotating or sliding piece in a mechanical linkage used especially in transforming rotary motion into linear motion or vice-versa. It is often a part of a rotating wheel or shaft that strikes a lever at one or more points on its circular path

Cam Ranh Air Base
Cam Ranh Air Base is located on Cam Ranh Bay in the province of Khanh Hoa, Vietnam. It was one of several South Vietnamese Air Force air bases built and used by the United States Air Force during the Vietnam War

Camarasaurus
Camarasaurus meaning 'chambered lizard', referring to the hollow chambers in its vertebrae was a genus of quadrupedal, herbivorous dinosaurs. It was the most common of the giant sauropods to be found in North America