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Big Ben (disambiguation)
Big Ben is the nickname for the Great Bell in the Clock Tower of the Palace of Westminster and is often extended to refer to the clock or the clock tower as well.Big Ben may also refer to:* Big Ben , a massif on Heard Island

Big Brother
Big Brother may refer to:* Big Brother , a character from George Orwell's novel Nineteen Eighty-Four** Authoritarian personality, any omnipresent figure representing oppressive control

Big Brother (Albania)
Big Brother Albania is a reality show on Top Channel .-Series Details:

Big Brother (Belgium)
Big Brother Belgium is a television Series produced by Endemol. It has had a total of 9 seasons 6-Main, 2-VIP & 1-All StarsThe First Season aired in 2000-Season 1:

Big Brother (Colombia)
Gran Hermano Colombia is a reality television series produced by Endemol. It has had a total of 1 seasons and has no plan to have another series

Big Brother (Ecuador)
Big Brother Ecuador is a reality television. It was the local version of the reality show Big Brother in Ecuador. However, the country also has been participate in a pan-regional edition named Gran Hermano del Pacífico.

Big Brother (film)
Big Brother is a 2007 Bollywood film which starred Sunny Deol and Priyanka Chopra in the lead roles.-Plot:Big Brother is a story set in modern India which revolves around a small middle class family composed of Dev Sharma Sunny Deol, his wife Aarti Priyanka Chopra, his mother Farida Jalal, brother Imran Khan and sister Prachi

Big Brother (France)
The French version of the international reality television format Big Brother has broadcast in the country since 2001. Unlike most other territories, which use the name Big Brother for their adaptations of the show, France used the name Loft Story for the initial two series of the format, broadcast on M6 in 2001-02, and then Secret Story for a revived

Big Brother (Greece)
Season 1 premiered on ANT1 on September 10, 2001 for a duration of 113 days. The season ended on December 31, 2001. The season used the traditional Big Brother format. This season is considered the most successful season out of the three to follow on ANT1, with massive viewership. Its finale on New Year's Eve attracted more than 80% of the television share

Big Brother (Hungary)
Big Brother is a reality show shown on TV2 in which a number of contestants live in an isolated house trying to avoid being evicted by the public with the aim of winning a large cash prize at the end of the run

Big Brother (Pacific)
Big Brother Pacifico was a television program produced by Endemol. It involved 3 countries within South America The first season aired in 2005. There are no plans for a second season.-Season 1:

Big Brother (Poland)
Big Brother Poland is a television Series produced by Endemol. It has had a total of 5 seasons including one Celebrity Season.The First Season aired in 2001.-Nominations Table:Notes:

Big Brother (Portugal)
Big Brother Portugal is a Portuguese reality show version of a Dutch show, produced by Endemol for Portuguese channel TVI, after SIC dropped the program.TVI launched the show and, since its beginning, it was a great success.

Big Brother (Russia)
Bolshoy Brat was the Russian version of the reality show Big Brother in Russia. It was produced by Endemol. Unlike most of the other countries it is aired in, Big Brother had only one season in Russia and there are no plans for a second season.Big Brother 1 started on 10 May 2005 and finished on 5 August 2005. It lasted for 88 Days

Big Brother (Slovakia)
Big Brother Slovakia is a television series produced by Endemol. It aired for one season from September 18, 2005 to December 18, 2005 and has no plans for more.-Nominations Table:Voluntary Exits:

Big Brother (Slovenia)
Big Brother is a reality show broadcast on Kanal A in which a number of contestants live in an isolated house trying to avoid being evicted by the public with the aim of winning a large cash prize at the end of the run. It is based on the international Big Brother format produced by Endemol

Big Brother (South Africa)
Big Brother South Africa is a television series in South Africa produced by Endemol. It has had a total of 2 seasons as well as a celebrity version. The first season aired in 2001

Big Brother (Switzerland)
Big Brother Switzerland was a television Series produced by Endemol. It has had a total of 2 seasons and has no plan to have another series.The First Season aired in 2000 and was a huge hit with Swiss audience so the sophomore season followed soon

Big Brother (Thailand)
Big Brother Thailand is the Thai version of the popular television show Big Brother. It is shown on iTV and TrueVisions channel 20.-Trivia:*Total number of days on air: 213 days*Total count of housemates: 27 Housemates

Big bucks
Big bucks may refer to:*A large amount of money*Big Bucks Trivia, a game*Big Buck Hunter, another game

Big Daddy (Transformers)
Big Daddy is the name of several fictional characters in the various Transformers universes. The first Big Daddy was a Micromaster, while the later two are homages to the original character, both of which use the same toy, even though they are different characters.-Transformers: Generation 1:Big Daddy was a Micromaster Autobot who turned into a hot rod.Big Daddy earned his position

Big Deal
Big Deal or The Big Deal may refer to:* Big Deal , a 1986 Broadway musical* Big Deal , a 1996 series on FOX* Big Deal , a British comedy drama

Big Deal (musical)
Big Deal is a musical with a book by Bob Fosse using songs from various composers such as Ray Henderson, Eubie Blake, and Jerome Kern. It was based on the film "Big Deal on Madonna Street" by Mario Monicelli

Big Deal (song)
"Big Deal" is the title of a song recorded by LeAnn Rimes, released as the first single from her album, LeAnn Rimes , on September 28, 1999. The song charted at #6 on the US country charts and #23 on the US Hot 100 chart

Big Dipper (album)
Big Dipper is the first album released by Drop Trio. The album debuted in 2003 and was self-released by the band. The 45 min record has been heralded by critics all around the world, and is a premier example of melodic funk jazz.- History / Premise :

Big Dipper (band)
Big Dipper was an indie rock band from Boston, Massachusetts, USA, formed in 1985 by former members of Volcano Suns and The Embarrassment. They released 4 albums between 1987 and 1990, before splitting up

Big Dipper (Blackpool)
Big Dipper is a wooden out and back roller coaster at Pleasure Beach Blackpool, Blackpool, England. The ride was first built in 1923 by John Miller but was extended in 1936 by Charlie Paige and Joe Emberton; adding arches over the south entrance of the park and additional drops

Big Dipper (Michigan's Adventure)
Big Dipper is a steel roller coaster at Michigan's Adventure near Muskegon, Michigan. It was manufactured by Chance Rides. It is a family coaster aimed at smaller children. The height limit is 36 inches with a parent.

Big Gun
"Big Gun" is a song by AC/DC. It was released as a single in 1993 and can be heard on the soundtrack to the Arnold Schwarzenegger movie Last Action Hero, as well as during reruns of the Savage Nation talk show as bumper music. It was later released on the 2009 box set Backtracks. It became the band's first No

Big House (band)
Big House is an American country music band based in Bakersfield, California. Grounded in the Bakersfield Sound, originally, the band consisted of Monty Byrom , David Neuhauser , Chuck Seaton , Tanner Byrom , Sonny California , and Ron Mitchell

Big Island
-Places:* Big Island, Ontario, the name of a place in Ontario, Canada* Big Island, Nova Scotia, a peninsula located in Pictou County, Nova Scotia-Islands:Nunavut*Big Island , near Puvirnituq, Quebec

Big Island (Hudson Bay)
Big Island is a small, uninhabited island located in Hudson Bay near the community of Puvirnituq, Quebec, Canada. The island, one of three islands named "Big Island" in the Qikiqtaaluk Region of Nunavut, is part of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago.

Big Island (James Bay)
Big Island is a small, uninhabited island located in James Bay near the community of Chisasibi, Quebec, Canada. The island, one of three named "Big Island" in the Qikiqtaaluk Region of Nunavut, is part of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago.-References:

Big Island (Kimmirut)
Big Island is an uninhabited island located in the Qikiqtaaluk Region, Nunavut, Canada. It is a Baffin Island offshore island in Hudson Strait

Big Mac (M\*A\*S\*H)
-Overview:The 4077th is chosen for a great honor: A personal visit from General MacArthur, who wants to commend them on their medical successes. MacArthur's aide Colonel Whiteman comes to the camp to brief the M*A*S*Hers on what to expect. Radar doubles for MacArthur during practice ceremonies, while the VIP tent is prepared for the General's arrival

Big Picture (magazine)
The Big Picture series provides teachers and post-16 students with up-to-date information on research findings in biology and medicine, and the social and ethical implications of this research

Big Rip (disambiguation)
Big Rip may refer to*Big Rip, cosmological hypothesis in which the matter of the universe are progressively torn apart by the expansion of the universe.*The Big Rip, is a network of massively multiplayer online games.

Big Shot
-Fiction:*Big Shot Comics, a 1940s comic book series.*Big Shot , an animated superhero character on the television show The Tick*Big Shots , a television series picked up by ABC for the 2007-2008 US television season

Big Shot (song)
"Big Shot" was the second hit single from Billy Joel's 1978 album 52nd Street. The song was released in early-1979, just as his other hit single from that same album, "'My Life", was peaking at #3

Big Sister
Big Sister may refer to:*Big Sister , network monitoring software*Big Sister , an online brothel in Prague*"The Big Sister", an episode of Dexter's Laboratory

Big ticket item
Big ticket item refers to retail goods that have a high selling price in comparison to other items sold in the same store, and that have high profit potential associated with them.

Big Time
Big Time is the first live album by American musician Tom Waits, featuring performances from two shows on Waits' 1987 tour, regarded by many as "his best tour ever." The album was released less than a year later on Island Records.

Big Time
- Film and television :* Big Time , a film starring Lee Tracy and Mae Clarke* Big Time , a film produced by Motown Productions* Big Time , a concert film featuring Tom Waits

Big Time (Big & Rich song)
"Big Time" was the fourth and final single by country music duo Big & Rich from their 2004 debut album, Horse of a Different Color.-Meaning:

Big Time (film)
Big Time is a 1929 film starring Lee Tracy and Mae Clarke as a show business couple who break up over his infidelity. This was Clarke's film debut. Director Kenneth Hawks was Howard Hawks' brother.-Cast:*Lee Tracy as Eddie Burns*Mae Clarke as Lily Clark

Big Time (Little Texas album)
Big Time is the second studio album released by country music band Little Texas. Released in 1993 on Warner Bros. Records, it produced the singles "What Might Have Been", "God Blessed Texas", "My Love", and "Stop on a Dime". Respectively, these peaked at #2, #4, #1, and #14 on the Hot Country Songs charts

Big Time (Trace Adkins album)
-Tracks 1-10:*Eddie Bayers – drums*Bruce Bouton – steel guitar*Paul Franklin – steel guitar*Rob Hajacos – fiddle*Mark Horne – acoustic guitar*John Jarvis – keyboards, organ*Brent Mason – electric guitar*Scott Neubert – acoustic guitar

Big Time (Ultra album)
Big Time is the only album by the rap duo Ultra, a rap duo consisting of Kool Keith and Tim Dog who had previously appeared on past Ultramagnetic songs, such as "A Chorus Line". They only released one album, which contained a large amount of disses towards other rappers

Big Time (Whigfield song)
"Big Time" is a song by Whigfield, and the single was released on July 13, 1995, by X-Energy Records. It peaked at #21 in the UK charts, giving her another big hit in that country.-Releases:*Mexico: CD-Maxi: Musart#Big Time 3:21

Big Top
Big Top may refer to:* Big top , the biggest tent in early-20th century circuses, where the circus itself took place* Big Top , a Transformers character* Big Top , a children's television series in the 1950s

Big Top (comic strip)
Big Top is an American comic strip written and illustrated by Rob Harrell that takes place in a wacky circus of the same name. Harrell has a history in the circus, as he used to be a sideshow freak, performing as "Zothar the Human Tree Frog." He also has a degree from the Ringling School of Art and Design, which is named after John Ringling of the famous Ringling Brothers

Big Top (video game)
Big Top is a 1983 computer game for the IBM PC family of computers, created by Michael Abrash and published by Funtastic.-Gameplay:Big Top is a standard ladder platform game similar in design to Lode Runner. It was created specifically for the PC.

Big Wheel (Aaron Pritchett album)
Big Wheel is the fourth studio album by Canadian country music singer Aaron Pritchett. It was released on April 18, 2006 by OPM Records. "Big Wheel," "Hold My Beer," "Warm Safe Place," "The Weight" and "Done You Wrong" were released as singles.

Big Wheel (album)
Big Wheel is a studio album by Australian rock synthpop band, Icehouse, which was released by dIVA Records - founder Iva Davies' own label - and Massive Records

Big Wheel (song)
"Big Wheel" is a song written and recorded by Tori Amos. It was chosen as the first single from her album American Doll Posse. However, multiple radio stations rejected "Big Wheel" because the acronym MILF is repeated in the bridge of the song

Bigfoot
Bigfoot, also known as sasquatch, is an ape-like cryptid that purportedly inhabits forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest region of North America. Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid

Bigfoot (film)
Bigfoot is a 1970 horror science fiction film which in spite of its low budget consisted of some well-known actors and family namesakes in the cast.

BigFoot (video game)
BigFoot was a racing game released in July 1990 for the Nintendo Entertainment System. It was developed by Beam Software and published by Acclaim. The game was advertised by the legendary monster truck of the same name in the cartoon segment of the 1990 television show, Video Power, titled The Power Team

Bight
bight may refer to:* bight , recess of a coast, bay, or other curved feature* bight , a curved section, slack part, or loop in rope -See also:* Bite

Bight (knot)
In knot tying, a bight is a curved section, slack part, or loop between the two ends of a rope, string, or yarn. The term is also used in a more specific way when describing Turk's head knots, indicating how many repetitions of braiding are made in the circuit of a given knot.-Slipped knot:In order to make a slipped knot ,

Bigode
João Ferreira, usually known as Bigode – moustache, in Portuguese , – was a Brazilian footballer who played left back who played in the 1950 FIFA World Cup.-Career:

Bigoli
Bigoli is an extruded pasta in the form of a long and thick tube. Traditionally they were made with buckwheat flour, but are more commonly made with whole wheat flour now. Traditionally, duck eggs are used for the pasta. It closely resembles bucatini

Bigotry
A bigot is a person obstinately or intolerantly devoted to his or her own opinions and prejudices, especially one exhibiting intolerance, and animosity toward those of differing beliefs

Bigwig
A bigwig is a person of importance to a group or organization.Bigwig may also refer to:*Bigwig *Bigwig *Bigwig is also the name of a character in the novel Watership Down.

Bigwig (band)
Bigwig is a hardcore punk band from New Jersey, formed in 1995. They were originally composed of Josh Farrell , John Castaldo , Tom Petta , and Dan Rominski . It is said they got their name from a character in the book "Watership Down", a large, tough rabbit

Bihar
Bihar is a state in eastern India. It is the 12th largest state in terms of geographical size at and 3rd largest by population. Almost 58% of Biharis are below the age of 25, which is the highest proportion in India.

Bihari
Bihari may refer to:* of Bihar, a state in central eastern India** Bihari people*** Stranded Pakistanis popularly known as "Biharis", people of Bihari origin in Bangladesh** Bihari languages** Bihari Culture** Bihari Music** Bihari Cuisine** Bihari Dance

Bijou
Bijou may refer toPeople* Bijou Phillips , American actress, model and singer* Bijou , from Cape Verde* A character in the Japanese anime Hamtaro* Sidney W

Camas Prairie Railroad
Camas Prairie Railroad Company was a short line railroad in northern Idaho jointly owned and operated by Northern Pacific Railway and Union Pacific Railroad. The Camas Prairie Railroad was known as the "railroad on stilts" due to the many wooden trestles. In one five mile stretch, there were more than a dozen trestles

Camas, Washington
Camas is a city in Clark County, Washington, with a population of 19,355 at the 2010 census. Officially incorporated on June 18, 1906, the city is named after the camas lily, a plant with an onion-like bulb prized by Native Americans. At the west end of downtown Camas is a large Georgia-Pacific paper-mill from which the high school teams get their name "the Papermakers"

Camber angle
thumb|100px|From the front of the car, a right wheel with a negative camber angleCamber angle is the angle made by the wheels of a vehicle; specifically, it is the angle between the vertical axis of the wheels used for steering and the vertical axis of the vehicle when viewed from the front or rear. It is used in the design of steering and suspension

Camberwell
Camberwell is a district of south London, England, and forms part of the London Borough of Southwark. It is a built-up inner city district located southeast of Charing Cross. To the west it has a boundary with the London Borough of Lambeth.-Toponymy:

Camberwell College of Arts
Camberwell College of Arts is a constituent college of the University of the Arts London, and is widely regarded as one of the world's foremost art and design institutions. It is located in Camberwell, South London, England, with two sites situated at Peckham Road and Wilson Road

Cambridge
The city of Cambridge is a university town and the administrative centre of the county of Cambridgeshire, England. It lies in East Anglia about north of London. Cambridge is at the heart of the high-technology centre known as Silicon Fen – a play on Silicon Valley and the fens surrounding the city.Cambridge is well known as the home of the University of Cambridge

Cambridge Bay, Nunavut
Cambridge Bay, named for Prince Adolphus, Duke of Cambridge, is a hamlet located in the Kitikmeot Region of Nunavut, Canada

Cambridge Castle
Cambridge Castle, locally also known as Castle Mound, is located in the town of the same name in Cambridgeshire, England. Originally built after the Norman conquest to control the strategically important route to the north of England, it played a role in the conflicts of the Anarchy, the First and Second Barons' Wars

Cambridge railway station
Cambridge railway station is a railway station serving the city of Cambridge in Cambridgeshire, England. It is located at the end of Station Road, off Hills Road, 1 mile south-east of the city centre

Cambridge University Press
Cambridge University Press is the publishing business of the University of Cambridge. Granted letters patent by Henry VIII in 1534, it is the world's oldest publishing house, and the second largest university press in the world

Cambridge, Massachusetts
Cambridge is a city in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States, in the Greater Boston area. It was named in honor of the University of Cambridge in England, an important center of the Puritan theology embraced by the town's founders. Cambridge is home to two of the world's most prominent universities, Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Cambridge, Ontario
Cambridge is a city located in Southern Ontario at the confluence of the Grand and Speed rivers in the Regional Municipality of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. It is an amalgamation of the City of Galt, the towns of Preston and Hespeler, and the hamlet of Blair.Galt covers the largest portion of Cambridge, making up the southern half of the city

Camcorder
A camcorder is an electronic device that combines a video camera and a video recorder into one unit. Equipment manufacturers do not seem to have strict guidelines for the term usage

Camden County, New Jersey
-Demographics:As of the 2010 Census the population of Camden County was 60.28% Non-Hispanic white, 18.45% Non-Hispanic black, 1.12% Hispanic blacks, 0.17% Non-Hispanic Native American, 0.15% Hispanic Native Americans, 5.07% Non-Hispanic Asian, and 0.14% non-Hispanics reporting some other race

Camden Town
-Economy:In recent years, entertainment-related businesses and a Holiday Inn have moved into the area. A number of retail and food chain outlets have replaced independent shops driven out by high rents and redevelopment. Restaurants have thrived, with the variety of culinary traditions found in London

Camden, New Jersey
The city of Camden is the county seat of Camden County, New Jersey. It is located across the Delaware River from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. As of the 2010 United States Census, the city had a total population of 77,344

Cameco
Cameco Corporation is the world's largest publicly traded uranium company, based in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. In 2009, it was the world's second largest uranium producer, accounting for 16% of world production.-History:

Camel (cigarette)
Camel is a brand of cigarettes that was introduced by American company R.J. Reynolds Tobacco in the summer of 1913. Most current Camel cigarettes contain a blend of Turkish tobacco and Virginia tobacco. Early in 2008 the blend was changed as was the package design.-History:In 1913, R.J

CamelBak
CamelBak Products, LLC is an outdoors equipment company known primarily for its hydration products, such as hydration packs and water bottles. CamelBak is also a supplier of hydration packs, protective gear, and other products to the U.S. military and law enforcement agencies around the world.The CamelBak headquarters are in Petaluma, California

Camelina
Camelina is a genus within the flowering plant family Brassicaceae. One species, Camelina sativa, is a historic and potentially important oil plant. It is native to Mediterranean regions of the world like, Europe and Asia.Turkamanistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iran and Spain

Camelina sativa
Camelina sativa, usually known in English as camelina, gold-of-pleasure, or false flax, also occasionally wild flax, linseed dodder, German sesame, and Siberian oilseed, is a flowering plant in the family Brassicaceae which includes mustard, cabbage, rapeseed, broccoli, cauliflower, kale, brussels sprouts

Camelopardalis
Camelopardalis is a large but faint constellation in the northern sky. The constellation was introduced in 1612 by Petrus Plancius. Some older astronomy books give an alternative spelling of the name, Camelopardus.-Etymology:

Camembert (cheese)
Camembert is a soft, creamy, surface-ripened cow's milk cheese. It was first made in the late 18th century in Normandy in northern France.-Production:

Cameo-Parkway Records
Cameo-Parkway Records was the parent company of Cameo Records and Parkway Records, which were major American Philadelphia-based record labels from 1956 and 1958 to 1967

Camera lucida
A camera lucida is an optical device used as a drawing aid by artists.The camera lucida performs an optical superimposition of the subject being viewed upon the surface upon which the artist is drawing. The artist sees both scene and drawing surface simultaneously, as in a photographic double exposure

Cameron County, Texas
Cameron County is the southernmost county located in the U.S. state of Texas. In 2010, its population was 406,220. Its county seat is Brownsville. Cameron was founded in 1848

Cameron Highlands
The Cameron Highlands is one of Malaysia’s most extensive hill stations. It covers an area of .To the north, its boundary touches that of Kelantan; to the west, it shares part of its border with Perak.

Cameron Indoor Stadium
Cameron Indoor Stadium is an indoor arena located on the West Campus of Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. It is home to the Duke Blue Devils men's and women's basketball teams, the women's volleyball team, and the men's wrestling team.

Cameroon
Cameroon, officially the Republic of Cameroon , is a country in west Central Africa. It is bordered by Nigeria to the west; Chad to the northeast; the Central African Republic to the east; and Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, and the Republic of the Congo to the south. Cameroon's coastline lies on the Bight of Bonny, part of the Gulf of Guinea and the Atlantic Ocean

Cameroon Air Force
The Cameroon Air Force is the air force of the African nation of Cameroon. The Cameroon Air Force, along with the Cameroon Army, the Cameroon Navy , the National Gendarmerie, and the Presidential Guard make up the Cameroonian Armed Forces.The Cameroon Air Force theoretically possesses a fairly well balanced force of relatively

Camiling, Tarlac
----Camiling is a 1st class urban municipality of the province of Tarlac in the Philippines. According to the latest census, it has a population of 79,941 people in 15,324 households. The density is 1035.75 people per km2.Camiling is an urban municipality and one of the fastest-growing towns of Tarlac when it comes to income and economy

Camille (1921 film)
Camille is a 1921 silent film starring Rudolph Valentino and Alla Nazimova. It is one of numerous screen adaptations of La Dame aux Camélias by Alexandre Dumas, fils. The original play opened in Paris in 1852. The first Broadway production of the play opened on 9 December 1853

Camille Saint-Saëns
Charles-Camille Saint-Saëns was a French Late-Romantic composer, organist, conductor, and pianist. He is known especially for The Carnival of the Animals, Danse macabre, Samson and Delilah, Piano Concerto No. 2, Cello Concerto No. 1, Havanaise, Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso, and his Symphony No

Camillo Golgi
Camillo Golgi was an Italian physician, pathologist, scientist, and Nobel laureate.-Biography:Camillo Golgi was born in the village of Corteno, Lombardy, then part of the Austrian Empire. The village is now named Corteno Golgi in his honour. His father was a physician and district medical officer

Camilo Cienfuegos
Camilo Cienfuegos Gorriarán was a Cuban revolutionary born in Lawton, Havana. Raised in an anarchist family that had left Spain before the Spanish Civil War, he became a key figure of the Cuban Revolution, along with Fidel Castro, Che Guevara, Juan Almeida Bosque, and Raúl Castro.-Political awakening:In 1940 Camilo enrolled in the Escuela Nacional

Camilo Egas
Camilo Egas was an Ecuadorian master painter and teacher, who was also active in the United States and Europe.-Early life:

Camilo Torres Restrepo
Father Camilo Torres Restrepo was a Colombian socialist, Roman Catholic priest, a predecessor of liberation theology and a member of the National Liberation Army guerrilla organisation

Camogie
Camogie is an Irish stick-and-ball team sport played by women; it is almost identical to the game of hurling played by men. Camogie is played by 100,000 women in Ireland and world wide, largely among Irish communities.

Camp Arifjan
Camp Arifjan is an Army installation located in the State of Kuwait which accommodates elements of the US Air Force, US Navy, US Marine Corps and US Coast Guard. The camp was funded and built by the government of Kuwait. Military personnel from the United Kingdom, Australia, Romania and Poland are also forward deployed there

Camp Atterbury
Camp Atterbury, near Edinburgh, Indiana, USA, is a training base of the Indiana National Guard. It was planned just months before the U.S. entry into World War II. Originally surveyed and researched by the Hurd Company, the present site was recommended to Congress in 1941. Construction commenced shortly after the attack on Pearl Harbor

Camp Butner
Camp Butner was a United States Army installation in Butner, North Carolina during World War II. It was named after Army General Henry W. Butner.

Camp Casey, South Korea
Camp Casey is an American military camp in Dongducheon , South Korea, north of Seoul, South Korea. Camp Casey was named in 1952 after Major Hugh Boyd Casey, who was killed in an airplane crash near Camp Casey during the Korean War. Camp Casey is one of several U.S. Army bases in South Korea near the Korean Demilitarized Zone

Camp David
Camp David is the country retreat of the President of the United States and his guests. It is located in low wooded hills about 60 mi north-northwest of Washington, D.C., on the property of Catoctin Mountain Park in unincorporated Frederick County, Maryland, near Thurmont, at an elevation of approximately 1,850 feet.It is officially known as Naval Support

Camp Dennison
Camp Dennison was a military recruiting, training, and medical post for the United States Army during the American Civil War. It was located near Cincinnati, Ohio, not far from the Ohio River. The camp was named for Cincinnati native William Dennison, Ohio's governor at the start of the war.With the outbreak of the Civil War in 1861, George B

Camp Hill (HM Prison)
HMP Isle of Wight - Camp Hill Barracks is a Category C men's prison, located on the outskirts of Newport, Isle of Wight. The prison lies adjacent to Albany and Parkhurst. These have now joined together to form HMP Isle of Wight, and the combined prison is operated by Her Majesty's Prison Service.-History:Camp Hill was built in 1912 using prisoner labour from Parkhurst Prison

Camp meeting
The camp meeting is a form of Protestant Christian religious service originating in Britain and once common in some parts of the United States, wherein people would travel from a large area to a particular site to camp out, listen to itinerant preachers, and pray

Camp Peary
Camp Peary is a military reservation in York County near Williamsburg, Virginia. Officially it is referred to as the Armed Forces Experimental Training Activity under the auspices of the Department of Defense, but it is widely believed to be the location of a covert CIA training facility known as "The Farm"

Camp Pine Knot
Camp Pine Knot, also known as Huntington Memorial Camp, on Raquette Lake in the Adirondack Mountains of New York State, was built by William West Durant. Begun in 1877, it was the first of the "Adirondack Great Camps" and epitomizes the "Great Camp" architectural style

Camp Ramah
Camp Ramah is a network of Jewish summer camps affiliated with the Conservative Movement. The camps operate in the United States, Canada, and Israel. Ramah camps serve kosher food and are Shabbat-observant.-History:

Camp Shelby
Camp Shelby is a military post whose North Gate begins at the southern boundary of Hattiesburg, Mississippi, on United States Highway 49. It is the largest state owned training site in the nation. During wartime, the camp's mission is to serve as a major, independent mobilization station of the United States Army Forces Command

Campaign hat
A campaign cover is a broad-brimmed felt or straw hat, with a high crown, pinched symmetrically at the four corners .It is associated with the New Zealand Army, the Royal Canadian

Campaign medal
A campaign medal is a military decoration which is awarded to a member of the military who serves in a designated military operation or performs duty in a geographical theater

Campbell County, Kentucky
Campbell County is a county located in the U.S. state of Kentucky. It was formed on December 17, 1794, from sections of Scott, Harrison and Mason counties. As of 2010, the population was 90,336. Its county seats are Alexandria and Newport

Campbell Newman
Campbell Kevin Thomas Newman is the leader of the Liberal National Party of Queensland. He was the 15th Lord Mayor of Brisbane from 2004 to 2011.

Campbell River, British Columbia
Campbell River is a coastal city in British Columbia on the east coast of Vancouver Island at the south end of Discovery Passage, which lies along the important coastal Inside Passage shipping route

Campbell Soup Company
Campbell Soup Company , also known as Campbell's, is an American producer of canned soups and related products. Campbell's products are sold in 120 countries around the world. It is headquartered in Camden, New Jersey

Camphor
Camphor is a waxy, white or transparent solid with a strong, aromatic odor. It is a terpenoid with the chemical formula C10H16O. It is found in wood of the camphor laurel , a large evergreen tree found in Asia and also of Dryobalanops aromatica, a giant of the Bornean forests

Camphor Laurel
Cinnamomum camphora is a large evergreen tree that grows up to 20–30 metres tall. The leaves have a glossy, waxy appearance and smell of camphor when crushed. In spring it produces bright green foliage with masses of small white flowers

Campine
The Campine is a natural region situated chiefly in north-eastern Belgium and parts of the south-western Netherlands which once consisted mainly of extensive moors, tracts of sandy heath, and wetlands

Camping
Camping is an outdoor recreational activity. The participants leave urban areas, their home region, or civilization and enjoy nature while spending one or several nights outdoors, usually at a campsite. Camping may involve the use of a tent, caravan, motorhome, cabin, a primitive structure, or no shelter at all

Campobasso
-Main sights:The main attraction of Campobasso is the Castello Monforte, built in 1450 by the local ruler Nicola II Monforte, over Lombard or Norman ruins. The castle has Guelph merlons and stands on a commanding point, where traces of ancient settlements have been found

Camps for Russian prisoners and internees in Poland (1919-1924)
Camps for Russian prisoners and internees in Poland that existed during 1919-1924 housed two main categories of detainees:*personnel of the Imperial Russian Army, and Russian civilians, captured by Germany during World War I and left on Polish territory after the end of the war; and*Soviet military personnel captured during the Polish-Soviet War, the vast majority of them captured as

Camptosaurus
Camptosaurus is a genus of plant-eating, beaked ornithischian dinosaurs of the Late Jurassic period of western North America. The name means 'flexible lizard', .

Campus SuperStar
Campus SuperStar is a spin-off of Project SuperStar, a popular singing talent-search competition in Singapore. The contestants comprise students from secondary schools, junior colleges and Institutes of Technical Education . This differs from Project Superstar, where contestants must be over 18 to participate.To date, there have been 3 seasons of Campus SuperStar

Campylobacter
Campylobacter is a genus of bacteria that are Gram-negative, spiral, and microaerophilic. Motile, with either unipolar or bipolar flagella, the organisms have a characteristic spiral/corkscrew appearance and are oxidase-positive. Campylobacter jejuni is now recognized as one of the main causes of bacterial foodborne disease in many

Campylobacter jejuni
Campylobacter jejuni is a species of curved, helical-shaped, non-spore forming, Gram-negative, microaerophilic bacteria commonly found in animal feces. It is one of the most common causes of human gastroenteritis in the world. Food poisoning caused by Campylobacter species can be severely debilitating, but is rarely life-threatening

Camryn Grimes
Camryn Elizabeth Grimes is an American actress.-Life and career:Camryn is the daughter of Preston Lee and Heather Grimes. Camryn has six siblings, four sisters and two brothers

Can opener
A can opener is a device used to open metal cans. Although preservation of food using tin cans had been practiced since at least 1772 in the Netherlands, the first can openers were patented only in 1855 in England and in 1858 in the United States. Those openers were basically variations of a knife, and the 1855 design continues to be produced

Canaan
Canaan is a historical region roughly corresponding to modern-day Israel, Palestine, Lebanon, and the western parts of Jordan