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Video
Video is the technology of electronically capturing, recording, processing, storing, transmitting, and reconstructing a sequence of still images representing scenes in motion.- History :

Video (album)
Video is the first album by French DJ Pakito. It's a dancefloor album with big electro sounds.-Track listing:#"Start Me" - 1:17#"Living on Video" - 5:36#"You Wanna Rock" - 4:17#"Moving on Stereo" - 6:02#"Funky Groove" - 5:46

Video (disambiguation)
Video may refer to:* Video formats* Video signal processing equipment**Video cameras** Video displays***Television* Video storage media**Videotape including videocassettes**DVD* Video Imagery** Motion graphics*** Footage, motion photography

Video (song)
"Video" is the first single released by American singer-songwriter India.Arie from her album Acoustic Soul. This song is her most successful one to date on the Billboard Hot 100. In 2002, "Video" was nominated for four Grammy Awards: "Record of the Year", "Song of the Year", "Best Female R&B Vocal Performance" and "Best R&B song"

Videocassette recorder
The videocassette recorder , is a type of electro-mechanical device that uses removable videocassettes that contain magnetic tape for recording analog audio and analog video from broadcast television so that the images and sound can be played back at a more convenient time

Videodisc
Videodisc is a general term for a laser- or stylus-readable random-access circular disc that contains both audio and analog video signals recorded in an analog form

Videotape
A videotape is a recording of images and sounds on to magnetic tape as opposed to film stock or random access digital media. Videotapes are also used for storing scientific or medical data, such as the data produced by an electrocardiogram

Vidi (magazine)
Vidi is a computer magazine, the first issue was released in November 1994. Its main topics are computers, but there are also articles about all segments of society where computers are in use.- History :

Vido
Vido is an island of the Ionian Islands group of Greece.It is a small island at the mouth of Corfu city port.- History :

Vie
Vie , is a district , of Oradea, a city in Bihor, Romania. The name means vine in Romanian.-Geography:Vie is situated in the hills overlooking Oradea, in the northern part of the town. It spans quite a large area, from a part just north of the hillow but the centre extending quite far into the Oradea hills

Viel
Viel is the seventh studio album of the German hip hop group Die Fantastischen Vier. It peaked at #2 on the German and Austrian charts and #4 in Switzerland.- Track listing :#"Auf geht's" - 1:05#"Bring it back" - 3:46#"Geboren" - 3:51

Viele
-People:*Egbert Ludovicus Viele , civil engineer and US Representative from New York*Francis Vielé-Griffin , American-born French poet*John L. Viele , New York politician-See also:

Vienna (album)
Vienna is the fourth studio LP by the synthpop band Ultravox, first released on 11 July 1980. The album peaked at #3 in the UK charts and was the first Ultravox release to enter the UK top ten. It was certified Platinum in the United Kingdom in July 1981 for 300,000 copies sold

Vienna (Billy Joel song)
"Vienna" is a song from Billy Joel's breakthrough 1977 album The Stranger, released as the B-side to his "She's Always a Woman" single. It was played in a 1981 episode of Taxi called "Vienna Waits." Marilu Henner's character Elaine Nardo refers to the song while on vacation in Europe with Alex Reiger, played by Judd Hirsch

Vienne
Vienne is the northernmost département of the Poitou-Charentes region of France, named after the river Vienne.- Viennese history :Vienne is one of the original 83 departments, established on March 4, 1790 during the French Revolution. It was created from parts of the former provinces of Poitou, Touraine, and Berry

Viennese
Viennese may refer to:* Vienna, the capital of Austria* Viennese German, the German dialect spoken in Vienna* Music of Vienna, musical styles in the city* Viennese Waltz, genre of ballroom dance

Viennoiserie
Viennoiseries are baked goods made from a yeast-leavened dough in a manner similar to bread, or from puff pastry, but with added ingredients giving them a richer, sweeter character, approaching that of pastry. The dough is often laminated

Viens
Viens is a commune in the Vaucluse department in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region in southeastern France.-References:*

Vientiane
-Geography:Vientiane is situated on a bend of the Mekong river, which forms the border with Thailand at this point.-Climate:Vientiane features a tropical wet and dry climate with a distinct monsoon season and a dry season. Vientiane’s dry season spans from November through March. April marks the onset of the monsoons which in Vientiane lasts about seven months

Viereck
Viereck is a municipality in the Vorpommern-Greifswald district, in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany.-History:Viereck was founded in 1748 in the course of the repopulation policy under King Frederick II, the Great, of Prussia

VietNam (album)
VietNam is the full length debut of VietNam, released in January 2007. Mickey Madden of Maroon 5 served as one of the executive producers. Jenny Lewis from Rilo Kiley also makes an appearance on the album.- Track listing :#"Step On Inside" - 3:11

VietNam (Band)
VietNam is a rock, soul and blues band from Brooklyn, New York on Kemado Records. The Band consists of Joshua "Exploding Motorcycle" Grubb on Lead Guitar and Vocals, Michael "Jesus Beard" Gerner on Guitar and vocals, Ivan "DJ Dolphin" Berko on Bass and Harp and Michael "Flaming Locks" Foss on Water Harmonica and Drums

Vietnam (band)
Vietnam is a rock, post-punk, New Wave band from Atlanta, Georgia on Scared Records. Vietnam first appeared at the dawn of a new decade—the 80's, and ushered in a fresh era of music to the Atlanta new wave scene

Vietnamese
Vietnamese may refer to:* Of, from, or related to Vietnam, the easternmost country on the Indochina Peninsula in Southeast Asia.** Of, from, or related to the former country of North Vietnam** Of, from, or related to the former country of South Vietnam

View
A view is what can be seen in a range of vision. View may also be used as a synonym of point of view in the first sense. View may also be used figuratively or with special significance—for example, to imply a scenic outlook or significant vantage point:

View (magazine)
View was an American literary and art magazine published from 1940 to 1947 by artist and writer Charles Henri Ford, and writer and film critic Parker Tyler. The magazine is best known for introducing Surrealism to the American public.

Viewer
Things known as a viewer include:* For television viewer, see Audience; Audience measurement; Nielsen ratings* File viewer, a piece of computer software that displays the data stored in a computer file in a human-friendly form

ViEWER
ViEWER, or Virtual Environment Workbench for Education and Research, is a free-of-charge computer program written by researchers at the University of Idaho for the study of visual perception and complex immersive three-dimensional environments. It was created using C++ and OpenGL and is currently being used by Dr. Brian Dyre, Dr. Steffen Werner, Dr. Ernesto Bustamante, Dr

Viewfinder
In photography, a viewfinder is what the photographer looks through to compose, and in many cases to focus, the picture. Most viewfinders are separate, and suffer parallax, while the single-lens reflex camera lets the viewfinder use the main optical system. Viewfinders are used in many cameras of different types: still and movie, film, analog and digital

Viewing
In funeral services, a viewing is the time that the family and friends come to see the deceased after they have been prepared by a funeral home

Viewpoint
Viewpoint may refer to:* A camera angle in photography, filmmaking, and other visual arts* Viewpoint model, a computer science technique for making complex systems more comprehensible to human engineers* Viewpoint , shooter video game

ViewPoint
ViewPoint is a 480ft tall skyscraper in Atlanta, Georgia. It started construction in 2006 and has 36 floors. Preston Partnership, LLC designed the building, and Novare Group developed it. The first 2 floors have of retail, and the skyscraper has 385 residential units. It is the 19th tallest building in Atlanta.-References:**

Vig
Vig may refer to:* Vigorish, or "vig", a fee charged by a bookmaker for servicesVig may also refer to:* Butch Vig, music producer and drummer for rock band Garbage

Vigas
Vigas is a fictional serial thief that appeared in the 2004 Punisher MAX Summer Annual by Marvel Comics. He is one of the Punisher's few surviving foes, and it has been speculated that he will return sometime in late 2007 or 2008.

Vigesimal
The vigesimal or base 20 numeral system is based on twenty .- Places :

Vigil
A vigil is a period of purposeful sleeplessness, an occasion for devotional watching, or an observance

Vigil (album)
Vigil is a studio album by The Easybeats, released 17 on October 1968. It was later reissued by Repertoire Records and included ten more tracks.-Track listing:All songs written by Harry Vanda and George Young except as noted.#"Good Times" - 3:23

Vigil (band)
Vigil was a mid to late 1980s modern rock band based out of Baltimore, Maryland.-Biography:The band formed originally under the name Here Today out of the Baltimore's modern rock/gothic music scene in the early 80's. A single drew some attention from CBS Records, and the band was signed. In 1985, the band changed its name to Vigil, but was dropped by CBS

Vigil (disambiguation)
Vigil may refer to:* Vigil, a period of sleeplessness or watchfulness.* Vigils, night prayers in ancient Christianity.* Candlelight vigil, a method of remembrance, especially following a tragedy.* Vigil , an American Thoroughbred racehorse

Vigilant
Vigilant can refer to:* HMRC Vigilant, two ships, and a number of cutters, of the British HM Customs and Excise* HMC Vigilant, customs cutter of HM Customs and Excise* HMS Vigilant, a number of ships of the British Royal Navy

Vigilant (novel)
Vigilant is a science fiction novel written by the Canadian author James Alan Gardner, published in 1999 by HarperCollins Publishers under its various imprints

Vigilant (yacht)
Vigilant was the victorious United States defender of the eighth America's Cup in 1893 against British challenger Valkyrie II. Vigilant was designed by Nathanael Greene Herreshoff and built in 1893 by the Herreshoff Manufacturing Company of Bristol, Rhode Island

Vigilante (album)
Vigilante is the sixth studio album by British melodic rock band Magnum, released in 1986 on Polydor.Capitalising on the success of On a Storyteller's Night, Magnum change to a more commercial direction with their 1986 album Vigilante

Vigilante (video game)
is a beat 'em up arcade game developed and published by Irem in Japan and Europe and published in North America by Data East. It is a spin-off of Irem's beat 'em up arcade game, Kung-Fu Master.-Plot:The game takes place in downtown New York City

Vigneron (bow makers)
Vigneron was a family of French bow makers, notable members include Joseph Arthur Vigneron and Andre Vigneron.-References:* Dictionnaire Universel del Luthiers - Rene Vannes 1951,1972, 1985

Vigneron (disambiguation)
Vigneron may refer to:* Allen Henry Vigneron, an archbishop of the Roman Catholic Church in Detroit, Michigan* André Vigneron,a bowed string instrument maker* Joseph Arthur Vigneron, a, French archetier and bowmaker* Marcel Vigneron, an American chef

Vigneron (submachine gun)
The Vigneron is a submachine gun manufactured in Belgium during the 1950s. It used the 9x19mm NATO cartridge and was used by the Belgian Army until the 1980s. It had the ability to use MP40 type magazines which were popular in Europe at the time. The Vigneron is a selective fire weapon for short range street and brush fighting

Vignes
Vignes may refer to one of these places:France*Vignes, Pyrénées-Atlantiques, a commune in the French region of Aquitaine*Vignes, Yonne, a commune in the French region of Bourgogne*Vignes-la-Côte, a commune in the French region of Champagne-Ardennes

Vigor
Vigor is a clone of vi for UNIX that adds, as a joke, a cruel parody of Clippit, the Microsoft Office assistant. The name is a portmanteau of vi and Igor, Dr. Frankenstein's assistant. Vigor was written by Joel Ray "Piquan" Holveck in Sunnyvale, California, and the logo for Vigor was created by Tom Mulder

Vigor (disambiguation)
Vigor may refer to:Biology*The ability of an organism to survive and grow*Heterosis, the vigor of a hybrid breedPeople*Vigor Bovolenta, Italian volleyball player*Saint Vigor , French saintPlaces*Saint-Vigor

Vigorish
Vigorish, or simply the vig, also known as juice or the take, is the amount charged by a bookmaker, or bookie, for his services. In the United States it also means the interest on a shark's loan. The term is Yiddish slang originating from the Russian word for winnings, выигрыш vyigrysh

VII
VII may refer to:* The Roman number for seven* Vehicle infrastructure integration* VII Photo Agency, an international photographic cooperative* Viscosity index improver* The Vii, a video game console

Vii
Jungle Soft's Sport Vii is a video game console similar in aspect to Nintendo's Wii. Originally released in China in 2007, according to Engadget China the console used to sell for 1,280 Yuan ; as of 2009 the Vii sells for a substantially lower price at 443 Yuan The Vii is not a competitive console in the current generation; instead, it

Viili
Viili is a type of yoghurt that originated in the Nordic countries. It has a ropey, gelatinous consistency and a pleasantly mild taste resulting from lactic acid

Viki (operetta)
Viki is an operetta by Paul Abraham to a libretto by Imre Harmath and Adorján Bónyi; it premiered on 26 January 1935 at the National Theatre .- Synopsis :

Viki (Passions character)
Victoria "Viki" Anne Marie Michelle Vanderheusen Chatsworth is a fictional character on the NBC/DirecTV soap opera Passions. Amy Castle portrayed the character on a recurring basis from August 20, 2007—July 14, 2008.-Background:

Viking (band)
Viking is an American thrash metal band, from Los Angeles, California, formed in the late 1980s.- History :Viking was formed in Los Angeles in the spring of 1986 and held the same personnel until they broke up in 1990

Viking (Norse Mythology)
Viking is the name of the son of Vífil and Eimyrja in Þorsteins saga Víkingssonar. Viking is the father of Thorsten and Thorer.The two daughters of Logi were stolen away by suitors to nearby islands. Viking was a son of one of these daughters. He grew up in Bornholm. By the time he was 15, he is the biggest and strongest man of his time

Viking (rocket engine)
The Viking rocket engines were members of a series of bipropellant engines for the first and second stages of the Ariane 1 through Ariane 4 commercial launch vehicles, using storable, hypergolic propellants, N2O4/UH 25

Viktorija
Snežana Mišković , better known by her stage name Viktorija , is a Serbian female rock singer known for her husky voice.-Biography:Snežana Mišković was born in Vučitrn. She came to Belgrade as a student in 1976, where she started performing with Society of Culture and Arts Branko Krsmanović and the band Pop Polifonija

Vile
- People :* Tommy Vile , Welsh international rugby union player* William Vile , English cabinetmaker* Katie Biondo , Un-talented Dancer- Mythology :* Vile, Vilae: Etruscan mythological name for Greek Iolaus, nephew of Hercules

VILE
vile is a text editor that attempts to combine the best aspects of the popular Emacs and vi editors. These editors are traditionally located on opposing sides of the editor wars, as users of Emacs and vi tend to have strong sentiments against the editor they do not use; however, vile at least attempts to reconcile these positions.vile is an acronym which stands for "VI

Vile (surname)
Vile is a British surname which may refer to:*Tommy Vile , Welsh international rugby union player*William Vile , English cabinetmaker

 
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