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Vilhelm, the Danish form of "William", may refer to:* Vilhelm Hammershøi , Danish painter* Johannes Vilhelm Jensen , Danish writer, Nobel Prize laureate* Vilhelm Fritzon , Swedish legend

Vilho is a given name, and may refer to:* Vilho Luolajan-Mikkola , Finnish composer* Vilho Niittymaa , Finnish athlete* Vilho Petter Nenonen , Finnish general* Vilho Rättö , Finnish Knight of the Mannerheim Cross

Vili (disambiguation)
Vili may be:*a Norse deity, see Vili and Ve*a people of Gabon and Congo-Brazzaville Vili *a male first name in Finland*a male nickname in Hungary *a common name ending in Georgian, see Georgian names

Vill is a term used in English history to describe a land unit which might otherwise be described as a parish, manor or tithing.The term is used in the period immediately after the Norman conquest and into the late medieval. Land units in Domesday are frequently referred to as vills, although the term is not used in Domesday itself

A villa was originally an ancient Roman upper-class country house. Since its origins in the Roman villa, the idea and function of a villa have evolved considerably. After the fall of the Roman Republic, villas became small farming compounds, which were increasingly fortified in Late Antiquity, sometimes transferred to the Church for reuse as a monastery

A village is a clustered human settlement or community, larger than a hamlet with the population ranging from a few hundred to a few thousand , Though often located in rural areas, the term urban village is also applied to certain urban neighbourhoods, such as the West Village in Manhattan, New York City and the Saifi Village in Beirut, Lebanon, as

Village (United States)
In the United States, the meaning of "village" varies by geographic area and legal jurisdiction. In many areas, "village" is a term, sometimes informal, for a type of administrative division at the local government level

Village (Vermont)
In the U.S. state of Vermont, villages are named communities located within the boundaries of an incorporated town. Villages may be incorporated or unincorporated.

The Villager, formerly the Highland Villager, is the oldest community newspaper in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and Saint Paul, USA.It was founded in 1953 as Highland Villager.

Villager (disambiguation)
-Newspapers:* The Villager, a community newspaper in Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States* The Villager, a newspaper in Manhattan, New York, United States* The Villager , a newspaper in Greenwood Village, Colorado, United States

A villain is an "evil" character in a story, whether a historical narrative or, especially, a work of fiction. The villain usually is the antagonist, the character who tends to have a negative effect on other characters

Villein (feudal)
Villein was the term used in the feudal era to denote a peasant who was legally tied to the land he worked on. An alternative term is serf . A villein could not leave the land without the landowner's consent. Villeins thus occupied the social space between a free peasant and a slave

Villosa is a genus of freshwater mussels, aquatic bivalve mollusks in the family Unionidae.-Species within the genus Villosa:* Villosa amygdala* Villosa arkansasensis* Villosa choctawensis* Villosa constricta

Villus may refer to:* Intestinal villus, the most common meaning when not more precisely specified* Chorionic villi, found on the surface of the outermost membrane of the fetus

Vilnius is the capital of Lithuania, and its largest city, with a population of 560,190 as of 2010. It is the seat of the Vilnius city municipality and of the Vilnius district municipality. It is also the capital of Vilnius County

Viminol is an opioid analgesic developed by the drugs company Zambon in the 1960s. It has an unusual chemical structure that is not similar to other opioids.

VIMS may refer to:*Vijayanagara Institute of Medical Sciences, a medical college in Bellary, India*Virginia Institute of Marine Science, a graduate school for the study of oceanography at The College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia, USA

Vinagre is a VNC client for the GNOME desktop environment. It was included in GNOME 2.22. It has several features, like the ability to connect to multiple servers simultaneously and switch between them by tabs, VNC servers browsing and bookmarking. In version 2.29 Vinagre added controlling frame compression, better scaling and color depth

The word vinaigrette or vinegarette can refer to:*Vinaigrette, the salad dressing or sauce

Vinaigrette (food)
Vinaigrette is a mixture of olive oil and vinegar, sometimes flavored with herbs, spices, and other ingredients. It is used most commonly as a salad dressing,but also as a cold sauce or marinade.- Name :

Vinay may refer to:* Vinay , a common masculine Indian name* Vinay, Isère, a commune in Isère, France* Vinay, Marne, a commune in Marne, France* 21644 Vinay, a main belt asteroid with an orbital period of 1370.4239593 days

Vinca is a genus of six species in the family Apocynaceae, native to Europe, northwest Africa and southwest Asia. The English name periwinkle is shared with the related genus Catharanthus .-Description:Vinca plants are subshrubs or herbaceous, and have slender trailing stems 1–2 m long

Vinča is a suburban settlement of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. It is part of the municipality of Grocka. Vinča-Belo Brdo, an important archaeological site that gives its name to the Neolithic Vinča culture, is located in the village.- Location :

Vinca (Tell)
Vinča-Belo Brdo is an archaeological site in Vinča, a suburb of Belgrade, Serbia. The tell of Belo Brdo is almost entirely made up of the remains of human settlement, and was occupied several times from the Early Neolithic through to the Medieval period

Vincendo is a village on the island of Réunion, located on its southern coast.

Vincent is the French version of a masculine name. As Spanish Vicente, it is derived from the Latin name Vincentius meaning "conquering"

Vincent (disambiguation)
Vincent is a Latin-derived given name and surname. It may also refer to:-People:*Vincent of Saragossa, patron saint of Lisbon*Vincent de Paul, founder of the Congregation of the Mission*Vincent van Gogh, a Dutch painter*Vincent I, Duke of Mantua

Vincent (Surrey cricketer)
Vincent was an English amateur cricketer who made 3 known appearances in major cricket matches in 1789.-External sources:*

Vinci (automobile)
Vinci is a Portuguese-based project for a brand of cars .

Vinci (rocket engine)
Vinci is a European Space Agency cryogenic rocket engine currently under development. It is designed to power the new upper stage of Ariane 5, ESC-B, and will be the first European re-ignitable cryogenic upper stage engine, raising the launcher's GTO performances to 12 t.-Overview:Vinci is an expander cycle rocket engine fed with liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen

A vinculum is a bond or tie, specifically:* Vinculum , a mathematical symbol used for grouping* Vinculum , a ligament that limits movement

Vindaloo (disambiguation)
Vindaloo is a popular Indian dish.Vindaloo may also refer to:* "Vindaloo" , a 1998 release by Fat Les* Vindaloo , an open source pdf-reader* Vindaloo , a Marvel Comics character

Vindicated can refer to:* Vindicated , a 2006 book by former baseball player José Canseceo* Vindicated , a 2004 song from Dashboard Confessional* Vindicated a side project of Ben Schauland of Still Remains

Vindicated (book)
Vindicated is a 2008 book written by former baseball player José Canseco. This book, similar to his first, Juiced: Wild Times, Rampant 'Roids, Smash Hits & How Baseball Got Big, focuses mainly on steroids in baseball

Vindication is an album by the Norwegian black metal band Susperia. It is their second album, and it was produced by Peter Tägtgren completely free of charge before closing down his studio.-Track listing:#"Cage of Remembrance" – 4:53

Vindication may refer to:*A Vindication of the Rights of Woman, Mary Woolstonecraft*A Vindication of the Rights of Man, Mary Wollstonecraft*Memoirs of the Author of A Vindication of the Rights of Woman, William Godwin

Vindication (film)
Vindication is independent film maker Bart Mastronardi's feature length psychological horror movie, based on his award winning short.. A morality tale about a young man whose attempt at suicide fails causing his guilt to manifest into reality

Vindication (horse)
Vindication was an American Thoroughbred Champion racehorse. Bred by Payson Stud Inc., he was sired by 1977 U.S. Triple Crown Champion Seattle Slew

Vindicator may refer to:* SB2U Vindicator, a US Navy aircraft used in the 1930s* Space Marine Vindicator, a tank in the Warhammer 40,000 universe and line of games*a 1972 album by Arthur Lee.* The Vindicator, a newspaper founded in Ohio in 1869

Vindicator (album)
Vindicator is the first solo album by Arthur Lee, formerly of the rock band Love, released in 1972.-Track listing:#"Sad Song" – 2:20#"You Can Save Up to 50%, But You're Still a Long Ways from Home" – 0:17#"Love Jumped Through My Window" – 2:56

Vindicator (Spawn)
The Vindicator is one of the five Phlebiac Brothers that work for Malebolgia in the Eighth Circle Of Hell. The Vindicator was originally seen in issue #8 of Spawn guiding Billy Kincaid through Hell after he had been killed by Spawn. He introduced Kincaid to his new symbiotic Hellspawn suit which morphed onto him

Vindicators is a one or two player video game released in the United States for multiple home console platforms by Tengen and for arcade by Atari Games in 1988. As with most Tengen NES games, Vindicators was unlicensed by Nintendo and used an alternate chip to defeat the 10NES lockout system

A vine in the narrowest sense is the grapevine , but more generally it can refer to any plant with a growth habit of trailing or scandent, that is to say climbing, stems or runners

Vine (disambiguation)
The term Vine refers to any climbing or trailing plant.Vine or Vines may also refer to:* Vine training systems, a viticultural practice of training grapevines* The Vines, an Australian alternative rock band, active since 1999

VINE (Napa County)
VINE is a public transportation service in Napa County, California, USA and is under the Napa County Transportation and Planning Agency. The system offers extensive service throughout the County along with providing connections to other public transportation systems in adjacent counties.-Vehicles and Facility Upgrades:The system expects to expand ridership by providing more efficient

Vinea (soft drink)
Vinea is a carbonated grape-based soft drink invented in Czechoslovakia in 1973by Slovak Ján Farkaš, a biochemist working for the Research Institute for Viticulture and Wine-making in Bratislava. Production of the drink began in 1974. After years of trademark ownership disputes , Vinea was sold to Kofola in January 2008.

Vineyard (disambiguation)
Vineyard may refer to:*A vineyard, a yard of grape vines*The Association of Vineyard Churches, also known as the "Vineyard Movement"-Places:Australia*Vineyard, New South WalesJamaica*Vineyard Town, Kingston, JamaicaUnited States*Vineyard, California

Vino may refer to:* The word for wine in the Italian, Spanish and many Slavic languages* Vino, California* Vino , an album by Dräco Rosa* Mondovino, a 2004 documentary film* The nickname of professional cyclist, Alexander Vinokourov

Vinon is a commune in the Cher department in the Centre region of France.-Geography:An area of winegrowing and farming comprising the village and several hamlets situated in the valley of the Planche-Godard river, some northeast of Bourges, at the junction of the D10 with the D85 and D59 roads

Vinotherapy, also written "Vinotherapie" describes a beauty therapy process where the residue of wine making are rubbed into the skin. The pulp is said to have excellent exfoliating qualities and help reduce the problems associated with ageing.- History :The concept of vinotherapy was expanded by Mathilde and Bertrand Thomas

The vinta is a traditional boat found in the Philippine island of Mindanao. These boats are made by Bajau and Moros lining in the Sulu Archipelago. It has a sail with assorted vertical colors that represents the colorful culture and history of the Muslim community. These boats are used for inter-island transport of people and goods

Vintage (Akiyoshi, Tabackin album)
Vintage – Duke Ellington Songbook is a jazz duo album recorded by pianist Toshiko Akiyoshi and tenor saxophonist / flutist Lew Tabackin. It was released in Japan in June 2008 on the T-toc Records label

Vintage (Canned Heat album)
Vintage was the first album recorded by Canned Heat in 1966, although it did not see actual release until 1970 under Janus Records. Produced by rhythm & blues legend, Johnny Otis, the album featured Muddy Waters/Elmore James' song "Rollin' and Tumblin'" recorded with and without Alan Wilson's hard-hitting harmonica leads

Vinyasa , is a Sanskrit term often employed in relation to certain styles of yoga. The term vinyasa may be broken down into its Sanskritic roots to assist in decoding its meaning

Vinyl (2000 film)
Vinyl is a 2000 documentary film by Toronto filmmaker/record collector Alan Zweig. In the film, Zweig seeks not to talk to people who collect vinyl records to discuss music, but rather to discuss what drives someone to collect records in the first place

Vinyl (EP)
Vinyl is an EP by alternative rock group Dramarama, released in 1992.-Track listing:# "I've Got Spies" — 4:20# "On the Streets" — 3:06# "Come " — 4:12# "Tie Me Down Easdale" — 3:17# "Convenience Store" — 2:29

Vinyl (The Gift album)
Vinyl is the first full-length album by Portuguese band, The Gift, released in 1998.-Track listing:# Nowadays# My Lovely Mirror# Time# Real # Love Boat# Dream with Someone Else's Dream# Ouvir# La Folie# Changes

Vinyl fluoride
Vinyl fluoride is an organic halide with the chemical formula C2H3F. It is a colorless gas with a faint etherlike odor. It is used as the monomeric precursor to the fluoropolymer polyvinylfluoride.-Production:

Vinylogous is an adjective used to apply the concept of vinylogy taught in intermediate undergraduate through graduate/research organic chemistry. Vinylogy has been defined as the transmission of electronic effects through a conjugated organic bonding system

The viol is any one of a family of bowed, fretted and stringed musical instruments developed in the mid-late 15th century and used primarily in the Renaissance and Baroque periods. The family is related to and descends primarily from the Renaissance vihuela, a plucked instrument that preceded the guitar

Viola (opera)
Viola is an unfinished romantic opera by Bedřich Smetana. The libretto was written by Eliška Krásnohorská, and is based on Shakespeare's play Twelfth Night

Violaceae are a family of flowering plants consisting of about 800 species in 21 genera. It takes its name from the genus Viola, the violets and pansies.Older classifications such as the Cronquist system placed Violaceae in an order named after it, the Violales

Violated was a European-only EP released by rap metal band Stuck Mojo. The album was released as a means of promoting the band for its first ever tour overseas in Europe. The EP including a cover of Black Sabbath's Sweet Leaf, as well as two live songs.

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