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Velox, is a Latin word meaning "swift" or "rapid". Velox may also refer to:Vehicles:*Heine-Velox, an extremely expensive and massive luxury car made by Gustav Heine*HMS Velox a destroyer built in 1902

Velum may refer to:* Superior medullary velum, part of the nervous system that stretches between parts of the brain* Veil , the veil-like membrane of immature mushrooms extending from the margin of the cap to the stem and torn by growth

Velvet is a type of woven tufted fabric in which the cut threads are evenly distributed,with a short dense pile, giving it a distinctive feel.The word 'velvety' is used as an adjective to mean -"smooth like velvet".-Composition:

Velvet (album)
Velvet is a cassette EP by the Toadies. It was self-released on June 26, 1992 on an IEC Type II compact cassette tape. All songs by Todd Lewis except "Stop It" by Pylon. All songs recorded live at Crystal Clear Sound except "I Burn", which was recorded on Darrel Herbert's 4-track. Mastered/engineered by Keith Rust. Mixed by Keith & T.L. Cover art by Dan Lightner

Velvet (bus company)
Velvet is a bus company located in Eastleigh, owned by Phil Stockley, the former manager of Solent Blue Line. The company was set up on 3rd November 2007, and its first operational contract was started in January 2008, running a temporary shuttle for Tesco staff.On 25 February 2008, Velvet took over the running of Red Rocket A in Eastleigh, which was being given up by the previous

Velvet (dog)
Velvet is a black lab/shepherd cattle mixed-breed dog, owned by Matty Bryant of Milwaukie, Oregon, who helped save three climbers, including Bryant, when they became stranded on Mount Hood, Oregon on February 18, 2007.

Velvet (singer)
Jenny Marielle Pettersson , professionally known as Velvet is a Swedish dance-pop singer. She has released two albums since her 2005 debut in the music industry and her first eight singles have all achieved a top twenty peak on the Swedish Singles Chart.-Early life:Velvet moved from Helsingborg to Stockholm in 1993 to study ballet at

Velvet (song)
"Velvet" is a song by Savoy, a band fronted by Paul Waaktaar-Savoy from their first album, Mary Is Coming. Savoy's version was released as a single in the US, but got very little airplay.A-ha's version of "Velvet" replaced Savoy's guitars with sitars

Velvet (TV channel)
Velvet is a women-targeted general entertainment channel, owned by Creative Programs, Inc., an subsidiary of ABS-CBN Corporation. It is currently on SkyCable channel 53.-Channel Information:

Velvet (Wink album)
Velvet is the fourth album by J-pop group Wink, released on July 11, 1990, on the Polystar label.- Track listing :#"Sexy Music "#"Rainy Lonely Pavement"#"夏服のジュリエット~Dos Hombres~ / Natsufuku no Juliet ~Dos Hombres~"#"Unshakable"

Velveteen is a cloth made in imitation of velvet. Normally cotton, the term is sometimes applied to a mixture of silk and cotton. Some velveteens are a kind of fustian, having a rib of velvet pile alternating with a plain depression. This fabric has a pile that is short , and is closely set. It has a firm hand, and a slightly sloping pile

Velveteen (album)
Velveteen is the second album from UK pop/rock band Transvision Vamp. The album was released in 1989, a year after their debut album Pop Art. Velveteen produced such hits as "Baby I Don't Care" which reached number 3 in the UK and Australia

Ven may refer to:* Ven, Sweden, a Swedish island*Ven, Tajikistan* Ven , a hamlet in the Netherlands* Ven , a hamlet in the Netherlands* Ven, Heeze-Leende, a hamlet in the Netherlands

Ven (Heeze-Leende)
Ven is a hamlet in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Heeze-Leende, halfway between the towns of Heeze and Leende.

In Hindu mythology, Vena was a great king. However, he became evil and corrupt. The world became so gloomy and dark that the earth-goddess Bhumidevi decided that she would not provide crops to humans anymore. She took form as a cow and went into hiding. Meanwhile, a group of Rishis killed Vena out of anger. They then rubbed the thigh of his corpse, and took out all the evil from his body

Vena may refer to:* Virtual Enterprise Network Architecture Avaya cloud computing architecture* Vena * Vena Records, a now defunct record label located in Madison, Alabama.* The Russian spelling of Vienna, Austria.

Venality is a vice associated with being bribeable or of selling one's services or power, especially when one should act justly instead. In its most recognizable form, dishonesty, venality causes people to lie and steal for their personal advantage, and is related to bribery and nepotism, among other vices.Venality in its mild form is a vice notable especially among those with

Vend (letter)
Vend is a letter of Old Norse. It was used to represent the sounds , , and .It was related to and probably derived from the Old English letter Wynn , except that the bowl was open on the top, not being connected to the stem, which made it somewhat resemble a letter Y

Vendar is a village in Kottarakara taluk, Kollam district, Kerala, India. It has many educational institutions and many temples, including Major Sree Subrahmanya swamy Temple and Katiravan Kunnu Sree Balasubrahmanya Swamy Temple.

Vendetta (novel)
Vendetta is a novel by Michael Dibdin, and is the second book in the popular Aurelio Zen series.Zen has earned a return to the fold of actual police work, but now Officials in a high government ministry are desperate to finger someone--anyone--for the murder of an eccentric billionaire, whose corrupt dealings have enriched some of the most exalted figures in Italian politics

Vendetta (Zemfira album)
Vendetta is the fourth album by Russian singer Zemfira. The album sold around 500,000 copies in Russia and about 200,000 copies in other post-Soviet republics.-Track listing:#"НебоМореОблака" 3:37

The Vendo Company is a large retailer of cold beverage vending machines. Since its founding in 1937, Vendo has come out with many innovations that now exist in nearly every beverage and snack vending machine in use today. In 2005, Vendo was renamed "Sanden Vendo America" to reflect its strong alliance with Japan-based Sanden Corporation and moved its headquarters to Dallas, Texas

Vendor (supply chain)
A vendor, or a supplier, is a supply chain management term meaning anyone who provides goods or services to a company. A vendor often manufactures inventoriable items, and sells those items to a customer.- History :

Venecia (fabric)
Venecia is the proprietary name for a fabric manufactured in Korea. It was introduced in about 2005 and is a blend of 92% nylon and 8% spandex. It has become popular due to more desirable characteristics such as a cooler feel to the skin and wrinkle resistant. It is a relatively thin, dense, stretchy latex with polyester or nylon fibers

A veneer is a thin covering over another surface. More specifically, it may refer to:* Wood veneer, a term used in architecture and woodworking

Veneno is a production company based in Los Angeles, CA founded in 2000 by producer/director Dago Gonzalez and specializing in concert video design, music videos, and EPKs.

Veneration , or veneration of saints, is a special act of honoring a saint: an angel, or a dead person who has been identified by a church committee as singular in the traditions of the religion. It is practiced by the Eastern Orthodox Church, the Roman Catholic, and Eastern Catholic Churches

Venery can refer to the following:*The practice or sport of hunting game animals, or the wild animals so hunted.*The practice or pursuit of sexual pleasure, or the indulgence of sexual desire.-See also:

Venetia is a name used mostly in a historical context for the area of Northeast Italy, corresponding approximately to the present-day Italian administrative regions of the Veneto and Friuli-Venezia Giulia

-Places:*Venetia et Histria, a historical region of Roman Empire also named X Regio*Venetia , a historical region of Northeast Italy that was the land portion of the Republic of Venice and later, an Austrian province

Venetia (Disraeli novel)
Venetia is a minor novel by Benjamin Disraeli, published in 1837, the year he was first elected to the House of Commons.The novel traces the eponymous heroine’s development from romantic idealist into social pragmatist against a backdrop of British industrialisation.A contemporary reviewer, writing in an 1854 issue of the New Monthly Review, declared that he “liked it least of

Venetia (novel)
Venetia is a Regency romance novel by Georgette Heyer set in England in 1818.-Plot summary:The beautiful Venetia Lanyon, thanks to a reclusive and over-protective father, grew up in the country, away from the world with only her younger brother Aubrey, bookish and lamed, for company

Venetian may refer to:*Venetian language, a language spoken in Veneto, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Mexico, Istria and Brazil.* Venetian cuisine* Venetian wine*Historical inhabitants of the Republic of Venice

Venetian ceruse
Venetian Ceruse, also known as Spirits of Saturn, was a 16th century cosmetic used as a skin whitener. It was in great demand and considered the best available at that time. The product contained a pigment composed of white lead, which was understood to cause lead poisoning that would eventually damage the user's skin complexion and cause hair loss

Venetian red
Venetian red is a light and warm pigment that is a darker shade of scarlet, derived from nearly pure ferric oxide of the hematite type. Modern versions are frequently made with synthetic red iron oxide.-Venetian red:

Veneto is one of the 20 regions of Italy. Its population is about 5 million, ranking 5th in Italy.Veneto had been for more than a millennium an independent state, the Republic of Venice, until it was eventually annexed by Italy in 1866 after brief Austrian and French rule

Veney is a commune in the Meurthe-et-Moselle department in north-eastern France.

Veneziano, meaning "of Venice", "from Venice", or "the Venetian", may refer to:*Veneziano , a surname, often derived as a nickname for persons from Venice.*Anonimo veneziano , a 1970 film.

Veneziano (surname)
-Surname:*Antonio Veneziano, a Sicilian poet, considered among the greatest poets who wrote in Sicilian.*Antonio Veneziano, an Italian painter*Battista Franco Veneziano, an Italian Mannerist painter and printmaker in etching.

Venezuela (disambiguation)
Venezuela is a country in South America.Venezuela may also refer to:* First Republic of Venezuela, the first independent government of Venezuela* Second Republic of Venezuela, republic founded by Simón Bolívar in 1813

Venezuela (song)
The Song "Venezuela" was written by Pablo Herrero and José Luis Armentero, two Spaniards who were part of the music group "Los relámpagos," back in the sixties. Herrero and Armenteros have written songs for many important singers, both in Spain and Latin America.

Vengeance may refer to:In publications:*Vengeance , a character in the 1859 novel by Charles Dickens*Vengeance , by Scott Ciencin and Dan Jolley*Vengeance , a character in the Marvel Universe

Vengeance (1970 film)
Vengeance is a 1970 kung fu film directed by Chang Cheh, and starring David Chiang and Ti Lung. The film is set in 1920 Peking, and centers on a revenge plight of Chiang

Vengeance (2001)
Vengeance was the first annual Vengeance professional wrestling pay-per-view event produced by the World Wrestling Federation . It took place on December 9, 2001 at the San Diego Sports Arena in San Diego, California.

Vengeance (2002)
Vengeance was a professional wrestling pay-per-view event produced by World Wrestling Entertainment , which took place on July 21, 2002 at the Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, Michigan. It was the second annual Vengeance produced by WWE. Professional wrestling is a type of sports entertainment in which theatrical events are combined with a competitive sport

Vengeance (2003)
Vengeance was a professional wrestling pay-per-view event produced by World Wrestling Entertainment , which took place on July 27, 2003 at the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado. It was the third annual Vengeance event and starred wrestlers from the SmackDown brand.Eight professional wrestling matches were scheduled on the event's card

Vengeance (2004)
Vengeance was the fourth annual Vengeance professional wrestling pay-per-view event produced by American promotion, World Wrestling Entertainment

Vengeance (2005)
Vengeance was a professional wrestling pay-per-view event produced by World Wrestling Entertainment , which took place on June 26, 2005 at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. It was the fifth annual Vengeance event. Professional wrestling is a type of sports entertainment in which theatrical events are combined with a competitive sport

Vengeance (2006)
Vengeance was a professional wrestling pay-per-view event produced by World Wrestling Entertainment , which took place on June 25, 2006 at the Charlotte Bobcats Arena in Charlotte, North Carolina. It was the sixth annual Vengeance event. Eight professional wrestling matches were featured on the event's card

Vengeance (band)
Vengeance is a metal band from the Netherlands formed in 1983. Arjen Anthony Lucassen, the head of Ayreon and other progressive metal projects, played in the band from its formation until 1992, when he left to pursue a solo career.

Vengeance (Nonpoint album)
Vengeance is the fourth major release and fifth studio album by the Florida nu metal/alternative metal music group Nonpoint.The album debuted #129 on the Billboard 200 charts.The first single from the album, "March of War", was released on Nonpoint's

Vengeful may refer to:* Desiring revenge* Vengeful, a British Military Intelligence system used in Northern Ireland

Vengeons is a commune in the Manche department in Normandy in north-western France.

Veni may refer to:*Veni Creator Spiritus, a hymn normally sung in Gregorian Chant and is considered the "most famous of hymns"*Veni Domine, Swedish Christian progressive doom metal band, founded 1987

Venial sin
According to Roman Catholicism, a venial sin is a lesser sin that does not result in a complete separation from God and eternal damnation in Hell

Venice (video game)
Venice is a Microsoft Windows-based action puzzle game set in an abstract representation of Venice, Italy developed by both Retro64 Games and PopCap Games, it was published by PopCap Games

Venin is the French word for venom, the toxic substance found in venomous animals. It may also may refer to:*Antivenin, a biological product used in the treatment of venomous bites or stings

Venison is the meat of a game animal, especially a deer but also other animals such as antelope, wild boar, etc.-Etymology:The word derives from the Latin vēnor

Venla is a Finnish television award similar to the American Emmy Award. It has been awarded annually since 1982.The drama and entertainment judges award prizes in eleven categories. Yleisövenla is selected by the public. Additionally both kinds of judges may award a Special Venla

Venla (given name)
Venla is a Finnish feminine given name, a feminine version of the Germanic name Wendel, which is derived from the Germanic word element wendel, meaning "Vandal", in reference to a Germanic tribe

Vennaskond is an Estonian punk rock band founded in 1984. The band has toured in Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Romania, Sweden, Germany, France and the USA .-Members:

Venner is a surname, and may refer to:* Charlie Venner* Thomas Venner* Stephen Venner, a bishop of the Church of England* Venner, a 1960 Norwegian film-See also:* Bamses Venner, Danish musical group*Venner

Venom is the general term referring to any variety of toxins used by certain types of animals that inject it into their victims by the means of a bite or a sting

Venom (1981 film)
Venom is a 1981 horror film directed by Piers Haggard and starring Klaus Kinski, Oliver Reed, Nicol Williamson and Sarah Miles.-Plot:A maid , a psychotic chauffer and an international terrorist attempt to kidnap a wealthy ten-year-old boy from his elegant London townhouse

Venom (comics)
Venom, or the Venom Symbiote, is a fictional extraterrestrial life form appearing in books published by Marvel Comics, specifically those featuring Spider-Man. The creature is a sentient alien Symbiote, with a gooey, almost liquid-like form. It requires a host, usually human, to bond with for its survival. In return the Venom creature gives its host enhanced powers

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