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VoicePrint is a Canadian 24-hour English language non-profit audio broadcast television service. VoicePrint is an audio-only service that broadcasts readings of news articles and features from more than 600 of Canada’s top newspapers and magazines, as well as audio theatre and films. It is owned by Accessible Media Inc

Voices is a 2006 translation of a 2003 crime novel by Icelandic author Arnaldur Indriðason, another entry in the multi award-winning Detective Erlendur series. It was first published in English in August, 2006. The Swedish translation of the novel won Sweden's Martin Beck Award for the best crime novel in translation.

Voices (Disturbed song)
"Voices" is a song by American rock band Disturbed. The song was released in November 2000 as the third single from their debut album, The Sickness. The song charted at #16 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks and #18 on the Modern Rock Tracks

Voices (Murray Head album)
-Track listing:#"Last Daze of an Empire" - 4:17#"Affair Across a Crowded Room" - 4:37#"Hey Lady" - 3:05#"On your Own Again" - 3:45#"She's Doing Time on the Line" - 4:00#"Chance Encounter" - 3:37#"Children Only Play " - 4:46#"Old Soho" - 4:05

Voices (Saosin song)
"Voices" is a song by alternative rock group Saosin. It is the lead single off their self-titled LP. Two videos have been shot, a live montage released before the album and an "actual video" shot in January 2007. An acoustic version of the song was included as a Best Buy exclusive download of the Saosin LP

Voici is a French weekly celebrity, women's magazine and tabloid, published by Prisma Presse . It was founded in 1987, and believes television reality shows in 2002 boosted circulation to 12.4 million copies per month . It claims the title of best selling French celebrity magazine, and second or third most widely read French women's magazine

Voicing may refer to:* Voice , a property of speech sounds * Consonant voicing and devoicing, a phonological change* Voicing , a representation of a chord* Voice acting

Voicings was the last recording by the Minneapolis jazz vocal group Rio Nido. The album was one of the early recordings to feature live "direct to digital" recording techniques.-Track listing:# "Northern Lights"

-In science and engineering:*Void , the empty spaces between galaxy filaments*Lack of matter, or vacuum*Void, in boiling heat transfer, formed where there is a departure from nucleate boiling, causing a critical heat flux

The Vocabulary of Interlinked Datasets is an RDF vocabulary, and a set of instructions, that enables the discovery and usage of linked data sets

Void (album)
Void is the debut full-length studio album by the American post-metal band Intronaut. It was released on August 23, 2006 in the USA by Goodfellow Records.-Track listing:# "A Monolithic Vulgarity" - 5:59# "Gleamer" - 5:26# "Fault Lines" - 6:25

In law, a transaction or action which is voidable is valid, but may be annulled by one of the parties to the transaction. Voidable is usually used in distinction to void ab initio and unenforceable.

Voila or Voilà may refer to:* Voila , by singer Belinda Carlisle* "Voila", a single by Radio Killer which charted in Romania* Voila!, an album by Italian singer In-Grid* "Voilà", a song by French singer Françoise Hardy

Voila (album)
-Personnel:*Belinda Carlisle - vocals*Natacha Atlas - additional vocals on "Ma jeunesse fout le camp", "La Vie en rose", "Bonnie et Clyde" and "Des ronds dans l'eau"*Brian Eno - keyboards*Sagat Guirey - Flamenco guitar*Graham Henderson - accordion

Voile is a soft, sheer fabric, usually made of 100% cotton or cotton blends including linen or polyester. The term comes from French, and means veil. Because of its light weight, the fabric is mostly used in soft furnishing. Full-length curtains in hot countries are made with voile and used as window treatments, mosquito nets etc

Voiles, a composition for solo piano, is the 2nd piece of Claude Debussy's first book of preludes. The title of the piece may mean either veils or sails; both connotations were intended by Debussy. Except for some mild localized chromaticism and a short pentatonic passage, the entire piece uses the whole tone scale.

Voima is the Finnish word for force. It may also refer to:* Two Finnish icebreakers:** Finnish icebreaker Voima ** Finnish icebreaker Voima * Voima Magazine, a Finnish magazine

Voir is a chain of francophone alternative weekly newspapers in the Canadian province of Quebec published by Communications Voir.The magazine was founded by Pierre Paquet in November 1986.-Editions:The newspaper publishes separate local editions in:

The Voire is a small river in France, in the drainage basin of the Seine. Its source is in Mertrud, in the Haute-Marne department. It flows through Montier-en-Der and Puellemontier, and empties into the Aube River at Chalette-sur-Voire, in the Aube department.

Vojvodina (disambiguation)
-In history:* Serbian Vojvodina, a Serbian autonomous region within the Austrian Empire, proclaimed during the 1848 Revolution.* Voivodeship of Serbia and Banat of Temeschwar, a voivodship of the Austrian Empire that existed between 1849 and 1860.

Vol (command)
In some operating systems vol is a command within the command line interpreters such as COMMAND.COM and cmd.exe

The abbreviation Vol. can refer to:* volume* Volunteer * University of Tennessee, whose nickname is the "Vols" or "Volunteers"

Volapük is an avant-garde band created by the French drummer Guigou Chenevier. The membership of the band is:* Guigou Chenevier - Drums, Marimba, Voices, Clavier, Sanza* Takumi Fukushima - Violin* Guillaume Saurel - Flute, Engineer, Violoncello, Mixing

Volar may refer to:*Volar, Afghanistan*Flight*Volar Airlines*Anatomical terms of location#Relative_directions_in_the_limbs**Volar arches**Volar branch of ulnar nerve**Volar radioulnar ligament**Volar carpal branch

- Chemistry :* Volatility , a measure of the tendency of a substance to vaporize* Relative volatility, a measure of vapor pressures of the components in a liquid mixture

- Chemistry :* Volatility , a measure of the tendency of a substance to vaporize* Relative volatility, a measure of vapor pressures of the components in a liquid mixture

Volatile (album)
Volatile is the second studio album from The Lime Spiders, released in 1988 through Virgin Records on vinyl.-Track listing:# "Volatile" - 2:46# "Can't Hear You Anymore" - 2:37

In planetary science, volatiles are that group of chemical elements and chemical compounds with low boiling points that are associated with a planet's or moon's crust and/or atmosphere. Examples include nitrogen, water, carbon dioxide, ammonia, hydrogen, and methane, all compounds of C, H, O and/or N, as well as sulfur dioxide

Volatility (finance)
In finance, volatility is a measure for variation of price of a financial instrument over time. Historic volatility is derived from time series of past market prices

Volcano (animated short)
Volcano is the eighth of the seventeen animated Technicolor short films based upon the DC Comics character of Superman, originally created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster. This eight-minute animated short, produced by Fleischer Studios, features Superman's adventures in saving a small island community from a volcanic eruption

Volcano (disambiguation)
A volcano is a geological landform usually generated by the eruption through a vent in a planet's surface of magma.Volcano may also refer to:- Islands :* Volcano Island, Philippines* Volcano Islands, Japan, a part of Bonin Islands- Towns :

Volcano (disambiguation)
A volcano is a geological landform usually generated by the eruption through a vent in a planet's surface of magma.Volcano may also refer to:- Islands :* Volcano Island, Philippines* Volcano Islands, Japan, a part of Bonin Islands- Towns :

Volcano (disambiguation)
A volcano is a geological landform usually generated by the eruption through a vent in a planet's surface of magma.Volcano may also refer to:- Islands :* Volcano Island, Philippines* Volcano Islands, Japan, a part of Bonin Islands- Towns :

Volcano (Gatsbys American Dream album)
Volcano is the fourth album by Gatsbys American Dream. The album is also known by the full title printed on the cover, Gatsbys American Dream and the Volcano.

Volcano (Jimmy Buffett album)
Volcano is the 10th studio album by American popular music singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffett and is his 11th overall. It was released in May 1979 as MCA 5102 and was his first release on that label after its absorption of ABC Dunhill.

Volcano (Jimmy Buffett song)
"Volcano" is a song performed by American popular music singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffett. It was written by Jimmy Buffett, Keith Sykes, and Harry Dailey and released as a single on MCA 41161 in November 1979.

Volcano (Presidents of the United States of America song)
"Volcano" is the name of the tenth single by the post-grunge band The Presidents of the United States of America. The song was titled after the word Volcano.

Volition may refer to:*Volition , the cognitive process by which an individual decides on and commits to a particular course of action

Volker is a historic neighborhood in Kansas City, MO that lies just northwest of the Westport historic and entertainment district. The and the Old Westport Shopping Center lie within the Volker neighborhood. The boundaries of the Volker Neighborhood are roughly defined as: 31st St. and 39th St. on the north, Roanoke Rd. and Southwest Trafficway on the east, 43rd St./Westport Rd

Volley is the simultaneous firing of a number of missiles.Volley may also refer to:In sports:*Volley , in tennis is a shot that is hit before the ball bounces on the ground*Volley , an air-borne strike in association football

Volleyball (ball)
A volleyball is a ball used to play indoor volleyball, beach volleyball, or other less common variations of the sport. Volleyballs are round and traditionally consist of eighteen nearly rectangular panels of synthetic or genuine leather, arranged in six identical sections of three panels each, wrapped around a bladder

Volleyball (disambiguation)
Volleyball may refer to:* Volleyball, an indoor teamsport* Beach volleyball, an outdoor pairs teamsport* Volleyball , the ball used in volleyball* Volleyball , an NES videogame

Volleyball (video game)
is a volleyball video game developed by Nintendo and Pax Softnica and released by Nintendo for the Family Computer Disk System and Nintendo Entertainment System. Originally released in 1986, it was re-released for the Wii Virtual Console in Europe on August 10, 2007. It is part of the NES Sports Series.-Overview:The game is a six player-a-side volleyball simulation

Volos is a coastal port city in Thessaly situated midway on the Greek mainland, about 326 km north of Athens and 215 km south of Thessaloniki

The volt is the SI derived unit for electric potential, electric potential difference, and electromotive force. The volt is named in honor of the Italian physicist Alessandro Volta , who invented the voltaic pile, possibly the first chemical battery.- Definition :A single volt is defined as the difference in electric potential across a wire

Volta (album)
Volta is the seventh studio album by Icelandic musician Björk, released in May 2007. It was produced by Björk, Mark Bell, Timbaland and Danja. The music of Volta was a new style for Björk, focusing on similar sounding music combining African beats and other instruments with songs in tribute to Africa

Volta (literature)
In literature, the volta, also referred to as the turn, is the shift or point of dramatic change. The term is most frequently used in discussion of sonnet form, in which the volta marks a shift in thought

Volta (TV series)
Volta was a Filipino television series on ABS-CBN, which broadcast from January 2008 to March 2008. The said series is a serialization of a 2004 film of the same title produced by Star Cinema

Voltaïc refers to five separate releases of related material from singer-songwriter Björk's sixth studio album Volta. The full version of the release will include a CD of 11 songs performed live at the Olympic Studios, a DVD of Björk's live performances in Paris and Reykjavík during the Volta tour, a second DVD of the Volta music videos as well as videos of the top ten

Voltaire (disambiguation)
Voltaire is the pen name of French Enlightenment writer, historian, and philosopher François-Marie Arouet.Voltaire may also refer to:* French battleship Voltaire , a Danton-class pre-dreadnought battleship

Voltaire (film)
Voltaire is a 1933 biographical film starring George Arliss as the renowned 18th century French writer and philosopher.-Cast:*George Arliss as Voltaire*Doris Kenyon as Madame Pompadour*Margaret Lindsay as Nanette Calas

Voltaire (horse)
Voltaire was an influential sire of show jumpers and dressage horses. Additionally, he competed successfully at the international level in show jumping.*Lived: 1979-August 13, 2004*Height: 16.2 hh*Color: Bay

Voltaire (musician)
Voltaire , is a popular dark cabaret Cuban-American musician

Volte-face is a total change of position, as in policy or opinion; an about-face.The expression comes through French, from Italian voltafaccia and Portuguese volte face, composed of volta and faccia .

Voltio (album)
Voltio is the eponymous second studio album by Puerto Rican reggaeton performer Voltio, released on December 27, 2005, by Sony BMG and White Lion.-Release and success:

Volumizer is 2 Skinnee J's second major-label album. It was originally completed and set to be released on September 12, 2000 through Capricorn Records. However, once Capricorn was absorbed by Volcano Records, Volumizer was shelved

Voluntarism (action)
Voluntarism is sometimes used to mean the use of, or reliance on voluntary action to maintain an institution, carry out a policy, or achieve an end. In this context the word voluntary action means action based on free will, which in turn means action which is performed free from certain constraints

Voluntary may refer to:* Voluntary * Voluntary or volunteer, person participating via volunteering/volunteerism- See also :* Voluntary action* Voluntariness, in law and philosophy* Voluntaryism, rejection of coercion

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