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Vermicelli is a traditional type of pasta round in section that is thicker than spaghetti.-Vermicelli thickness comparison:In USA, the National Pasta Association, founded in 1904, lists, together with various spelling mistakes, vermicelli as a thinner type of spaghetti.-History in Italy:In 14th-century Italy, long pasta shapes had varying local names

Vermiculite is a natural mineral that expands with the application of heat. The expansion process is called exfoliation and it is routinely accomplished in purpose-designed commercial furnaces. Vermiculite is formed by weathering or hydrothermal alteration of biotite or phlogopite

Vermiform appendix
The appendix is a blind-ended tube connected to the cecum , from which it develops embryologically. The cecum is a pouchlike structure of the colon

Vermillion is an alternative spelling for Vermilion, a red pigment and color. It may also refer to:-Locations:*Vermillion, Kansas*Vermillion, Minnesota*Vermillion, South Dakota*Vermillion County, Indiana*Vermillion River

Vermillion (Helix)
Vermillion is a dark science fantasy comic book series set in an eponymous city located in an imagined far future or alternate reality. The series was conceived and written by multi-award winning author Lucius Shepard as part of the short-lived DC Comics imprint, Helix

Vermin is a term applied to various animal species regarded by some as pests or nuisances and especially to those associated with the carrying of disease. Since the term is defined in relation to human activities, which species are included will vary from area to area and even person to person

Vermont (LACMTA station)
Vermont/I-105 is a Los Angeles County Metro Rail station on the Green Line. It is located at Vermont Avenue in the median of the Century Freeway in South Los Angeles and the unincorporated area of Athens, California

Vermont (US band)
Vermont was a Milwaukee, Wisconsin-based indie rock band and collaboration between Davey von Bohlen and Dan Didier of The Promise Ring and Chris Roseanau of Pele

Vermouth is a fortified wine flavored with various dry ingredients. The modern versions of the beverage were first produced around the late 18th and early 19th centuries in Italy and France

A vernacular is the native language or native dialect of a specific population, as opposed to a language of wider communication that is not native to the population, such as a national language or lingua franca.- Etymology :The term is not a recent one

Verner may refer to:* Verner , people with the given name or surname* Verner, Ontario, town near Sturgeon Falls, Canada* The Lillian Verner Game Show, American popular recurring skit on MADtv

Verner (name)
Verner is a Scandinavian name of Germanic origins from the given name Werner. Verner is common both as a given name and a surname. People with the name Verner include:-Given name:* Verner Clapp* Verner Clarges* Ove Verner Hansen

Vernon (surname)
Vernon is a surname, from a masculine name that is derived from the Gaul word vern for Alder tree and a Gaulish-latin suffix indicating a location. Thus Vernon is a "place of alders". Variants include Vern, Vernard, Verne, Verna, Sberna, Sberno

Vernonieae is a tribe of about 1300 species of plants in the aster family. They are mostly found in the tropics and warmer temperate areas, both in the Americas and the Old World. They are mostly herbaceous plants or shrubs, although there is at least one tree species, Vernonia arborea.- Taxonomy :Vernonieae is considered sister to the tribe Liabeae

Vero may refer to:* Véro, a 2005-2006 talk show on the Radio-Canada television network* Vero Beach, Florida* Vero, Corse-du-Sud, a commune of France in Corsica* Vero cell* Vero Software Plc* Vero in Aragon, Spain

Verona ; German Bern, Dietrichsbern or Welschbern) is a city in the Veneto, northern Italy, with approx. 265,000 inhabitants and one of the seven chef-lieus of the region. It is the second largest city municipality in the region and the third of North-Eastern Italy. The metropolitan area of Verona covers an area of and has a population of 714,274 inhabitants

Verona (singer)
Verona is a female Swedish singer. Her real name is Veronika Andersson.Verona performed in the Melodifestivalen 2007 with the song La Musica

Veronica can refer to:* Veronica , a female given name* Saint Veronica* Veronica * Verónica, Buenos Aires, a town in Argentina-Media and entertainment:* Veronica Ballestrini, an Italian-American country music singer

Verpa is a genus of ascomycete fungi related to the morels. Resembling the latter genus, they are called false or early morels. There are five species in the widespread genus.Verpa comes from the Latin for erection or little rod.

Verrue is a commune in the Vienne department in the Poitou-Charentes region in western France.-Demographics:

Versa or VERSA may refer to:* VERSA, a sub-brand for NEC's computer products* Versa , a tributary of the Po which runs through the Province of Pavia in northern Italy* Versa , an RDF query language

Versa (Po)
The Versa is a tributary of the Po River which runs through the Province of Pavia in northern Italy.This river is not to be confused with the Versa that is a tributary of the Tanaro.

Versailles , a city renowned for its château, the Palace of Versailles, was the de facto capital of the kingdom of France for over a century, from 1682 to 1789. It is now a wealthy suburb of Paris and remains an important administrative and judicial centre

Versailles (Japanese band)
Versailles is a Japanese visual kei metal band formed in 2007. Their key characteristics are their rococo-esque costumes, dueling guitars and heavy but melodic arrangements.

Versatile is a Canadian brand of agricultural equipment that has produced augers, swathers and combine harvester.In the 1970s, it was an independent operation, founded by Peter Pakosh and Roy Robinson, that had 70% of the 4WD tractor market and then was later owned by Ford and Fiat's New Holland, spun off when Case-International merged with New Holland to form CNH Global.Versatile

Versatility is the eleventh album by The Jets. This album features nine siblings of the Wolfgramm family, with LeRoy being the only remaining original member of The Jets

- Poetry :* Verse , a metrical structure, a stanza* Blank verse is a type of poetry having regular meter but no rhyme* Free verse is a type of poetry written without the use of strict meter or rhyme, but is still recognized as poetry

Verse (poetry)
A verse is formally a single line in a metrical composition, e.g. poetry. However, the word has come to represent any division or grouping of words in such a composition, which traditionally had been referred to as a stanza.

The versificator is a fictional device employed by Ingsoc in the novel Nineteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell.Its primary purpose is to act as a 'writing machine', a machine which produces both literature and music, its primary target audience being the proles.The purpose of the versificator is to provide a means of producing 'creative' output without having any of the party

Software versioning is the process of assigning either unique version names or unique version numbers to unique states of computer software. Within a given version number category , these numbers are generally assigned in increasing order and correspond to new developments in the software

Version means a specific form or variation of something. It can refer to:In computing* Versioning, or software versioning* Versioning file system* Version control, or revision controlIn literature* Versions of the Bible* Bible version debate

Version (album)
-iTunes digital edition:-Japanese CD edition:-Chart performance:-Release history:-External links:* at MetaCritic

Versions (Poison the Well album)
Versions is Poison the Well's fourth studio album. It was released on April 2, 2007 in Europe and April 3, 2007 World Wide via Ferret Music

A verst or werst is an obsolete Russian unit of length. It is defined as being 500 sazhen long, which makes a verst equal to 1.0668 kilometres .

Versus (Mr. Children album)
Versus is the third, and second full length album, by Japanese rock band Mr. Children released on September 1, 1993. The album debuted on the Japanese Oricon music charts at #3 and sold 802,140 copies during its run on the chart

Vert (music)
Vert is an electronic music producer who has been active since 1996. His music incorporates elements from various electronic genres , as well as other genres, such as jazz and hip hop.His first album, The Köln Konzert, was a remix cover mash-up of Keith Jarrett's original album, The

Vertebral column
In human anatomy, the vertebral column is a column usually consisting of 24 articulating vertebrae, and 9 fused vertebrae in the sacrum and the coccyx. It is situated in the dorsal aspect of the torso, separated by intervertebral discs

Vertex may refer to:-Mathematics:*Vertex , an angle point of any shape or angle*Vertex , a node in a graph*Vertex , a local extreme point of curvature

Vertex (anatomy)
In arthropod and vertebrate anatomy, the vertex refers to the upper surface of the head.In humans, the vertex is formed by four bones of the skull: the frontal bone, the two parietal bones, and the occipital bone

Vertex (company)
'Vertex is a leading BPO and Customer Management Outsourcer. It operates across a wide range of sectors and geographies delivering rewarding customer experiences and valuable client outcomes.

Vertex (geometry)
In geometry, a vertex is a special kind of point that describes the corners or intersections of geometric shapes.-Of an angle:

Vertex (graph theory)
In graph theory, a vertex or node is the fundamental unit out of which graphs are formed: an undirected graph consists of a set of vertices and a set of edges , while a directed graph consists of a set of vertices and a set of arcs

Vertical may refer to:*Vertical direction, the direction aligned with the direction of the force of gravity, as materialized with a plumb line

Vertically challenged
Vertically challenged is a parody euphemism for short stature or dwarfism. It can also refer to:* Vertically Challenged , a 2005 record by Lady Sovereign

Vertigo is a form of dizziness.Vertigo may also refer to:* Vertigo , a 1958 film by Alfred Hitchcock**Vertigo , its soundtrack** Vertigo effect, or Dolly zoom, a special effect in film, named after the movie

Vertigo (Boxcar album)
Vertigo was a 1990 album by Australian electronic-synthpop group Boxcar released by Volition Records in Australia and by Arista Records in the United States.

Vertigo (Cedar Point)
Vertigo was a thrill ride at Cedar Point Amusement Park in Sandusky, Ohio. It opened in August 2001, and was open for only four months. The ride was designed by S&S Power.-The Ride:The ride structure consisted of three placed in a triangular arrangement

Vertigo (comics)
Vertigo, in comics, may refer to:* Vertigo , an imprint of DC Comics* Vertigo , two Marvel Comics characters* Vertigo , another Marvel character* Count Vertigo, a DC Comics supervillain

Vertigo (film score)
The music score for Alfred Hitchcock's 1958 film Vertigo was composed by Bernard Herrmann between 3 January and 19 February 1958. The recordings were made in London and Vienna, with orchestra conducted by Muir Mathieson

Vertigo (genus)
Vertigo is a genus of minute, air-breathing land snails, terrestrial pulmonate gastropod molluscs or micromollusks in the family Vertiginidae, the vertigo snails.- Distribution :

Vertigo (Gladiators)
Vertigo is an event played in several incarnations of the television series Gladiators. In this event, a contender and Gladiator race across separate courses of tall swaying poles spread across the arena floor. The winner is the first to complete the course.

Vertigo (Groove Armada album)
Vertigo is the second studio album by English electronica duo Groove Armada, released in 1999 on the Jive Electro record label. It contains the well-known single "At the River" and the track "I See You Baby", which has been featured in adverts for the Renault Megane car and also the Ford Fiesta

Vertigo (Jump, Little Children album)
-Track listing:All songs written by Jay Clifford, except where noted.#"Vertigo" – 4:00#"Angeldust " – 4:22#"Too High" – 4:19#"Hold Your Tongue" – 4:30#"Lover's Greed" – 4:27#"Yearling" – 3:58#"Mother's Eyes" – 7:26#"Come Around" – 4:39

Vertigo (Olivia Lewis song)
"Vertigo" was the Maltese entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2007, performed in English by Olivia Lewis.The song is a moderately up-tempo number. Lewis describes the difficulties she faces in her relationship, as her lover apparently spends much of his time doing exactly the opposite of what she expects him to

Vertigo (UTS)
Vertigo is the student magazine of the University of Technology, Sydney. Its name derives from the university's main building, which is a 28-storey brutal modernist tower block and how the Vertigo Offices were originally at its summit

Vertus is a commune in the Marne department in north-eastern France.-World War II:After the liberation of the area by Allied Forces in September 1944, engineers of the Ninth Air Force IX Engineering Command began construction of a combat Advanced Landing Ground outside of the town

Vervain (disambiguation)
Vervain is the common name of plants of the genus Verbena.It can also refer to:* The 25th day of Prairial in the French Republican Calendar, corresponding to June 15 in the Gregorian calendar.

Verve may refer to:* Verve Energy, a corporation owned by the Government of Western Australia* Verve Records, an American jazz record label* The Verve, an English rock band* Verve , 1992* Verve Verve may refer to:* Verve Energy, a corporation owned by the Government of Western Australia* Verve Records, an American jazz record label* The Verve, an English rock band* Verve (The Verve album), 1992* Verve Verve may refer to:* Verve Energy, a corporation owned by the Government of Western Australia* Verve Records, an American jazz record label* The Verve, an English rock band* Verve (The Verve album), 1992* Verve (R

Verve (album)
Verve is the fifth 12" vinyl record album by DIY home recording pioneer and one-man band R. Stevie Moore. It was released by Terry Burrows' Hamster label in the UK late 1985

Very may refer to:*Very *Very *Very, an album by Miki Furukawa*Very *Véry, a commune in the Meuse department in France*Very, a mail order store, part of the Shop Direct Group

Very (Dreamscape album)
Very is the 5th studio album by the German progressive metal band Dreamscape.-Track listing:# "When Shadows Are Gone" – 4:45# "Lost Faith" – 1:05# "Thorn in My Mind" – 5:27# "Reborn" – 4:32# "A Voice Inside" – 5:35

Lake Vesan: the lake system Vesan in Sölvesborg was from the beginning not a lake, but a strait up until the early 1920s. In the area between Ryssberget and Listerlandet, water from Hanöbukten flowed in and in effect cut of Listerlandet from the rest of the mainland. The sound was open to sail through up until the 18th century, but increased growth of reeds made the opening too narrow

Vesica is Latin for "bladder", and may refer too:Anatomy* Vesica, mainly used for the urinary bladder, also used for the gall bladder and in entomology for a part of the male genitals.

Vesicle may refer to:In cellular biology or chemistry* Vesicle , a supramolecular assembly of lipid molecules, like a cell membrane* Synaptic vesicleIn human embryology* Auditory vesicle* Optic vesiclesIn human anatomy and morphology

The vesna or vesnas were mythological female characters associated with youth and springtime in early Slavic mythology, particularly within Croatia, Serbia and Slovenia. Along with her male companion Vesnik, she was associated with rituals conducted in rural areas during springtime

Vesna (film)
Vesna is a 1953 Slovene romantic comedy directed by František Čap. It is considered amongst the most watched Slovene films. It has a 1957 sequel Ne čakaj na maj.-Plot summary:

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