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Voluntary (music)
In music a voluntary is a piece of music, usually for organ, which is played as part of a church service. In English-speaking countries, the music played before and after the service is often called a 'voluntary', whether or not it is titled so.

Volunteer (album)
Volunteer is an album by punk band Sham 69, released in 1988 .-Tracklisting:All songs by Jimmy Pursey and Dave Parsons# "Outside the Warehouse" - 4:13# "Wicked Tease" - 2:49# "Wallpaper" - 3:48# "Mr

Volunteer (disambiguation)
-Volunteerism:*Volunteering, the practice of people working on behalf of others without being motivated by financial or material gain*Volunteers of America, U.S

Volunteer (Irish republican)
Volunteer, often abbreviated Vol., is a term used by a number of Irish republican paramilitary organisations to describe their members. Among these have been the various forms of the Irish Republican Army and the Irish National Liberation Army

Volunteer (yacht)
"Volunteer" was the victorious American defender of the seventh America's Cup race in 1887 against Scottish challenger "Thistle".-Design:"Volunteer," a centerboard compromise sloop, was designed by Edward Burgess and built by Pusey & Jones Shipbuilding Company at Wilmington, Delaware in 1887 for owner General Charles J

Volunteering
Volunteering is generally considered an altruistic activity, intended to promote good or improve human quality of life, but people also volunteer for their own skill development, to meet others, to make contacts for possible employment, to have fun, and a variety of other reasons that could be considered self-serving

Volunteers (song)
"Volunteers" is a Jefferson Airplane single that was released to promote the album Volunteers two months before its release. It was written by Marty Balin and Paul Kantner together. Marty was woken up by a truck one morning, which happened to be a truck with Volunteers of America painted on the side

Volute
A volute is a spiral scroll-like ornament that forms the basis of the Ionic order, found in the capital of the Ionic column. It was later incorporated into Corinthian order and Composite column capitals

Volva (mollusc)
Volva is a genus of sea snails, specifically cowry allies or ovulids, marine gastropod molluscs in the family Ovulidae.-Species:Species within the genus Volva include:* Volva brevirostris* Volva cumulata Iredale, 1931

Volva (mycology)
The volva is a mycological term to describe a cup-like structure at the base of a mushroom that is a remnant of the universal veil. This macrofeature is important in wild mushroom identification due to it being an easily observed, taxonomically significant feature which frequently signifies a member of Amanitaceae

Volvi
Volvi may refer to:* The edible bulbs of the grape hyacinth* Lake Volvi in Greece* Volvi in Greece

VOM
VOM can refer to:*Volt/Ohm Meter, another name for a multimeter.*Voice of the Martyrs – group of Christian organizations devoted to raising awareness of persecutions of Christians around the world*VOM *vom

VOM (punk rock band)
VOM was conceived in 1976, a self-described beat combo featuring the renowned writer and critic Richard Meltzer on vocals, with Gregg Turner on 2nd vocals and "Metal" Mike Saunders on drums under the pseudonym "Ted Klusewski". The band also featured Dave Guzman on 'tuneless rhythm guitar', Lisa Brenneis on bass guitar, and Phil Koehn on lead guitar

Vomitorium
A vomitorium is a passage situated below or behind a tier of seats in an amphitheatre, through which big crowds can exit rapidly at the end of a performance

Vondur
Vondur was a black metal band from Sweden. It was made up of members of the bands Ophthalamia and Abruptum, "It" and "All" . The sound could be described as primitive black metal, though rumors have claimed that this was conceived as a joke band

Voodoo
Haitian Vodou is a syncretic religion that originates in the Caribbean country of Haiti. It is based upon a merging of the beliefs and practices of West African peoples , with Arawakian religious beliefs, and Roman Catholic Christianity

Voodoo (Max on the Rox album)
Voodoo is the debut album by Max on the Rox, released in 2000 and recorded by Nappi Aaltonen at Welmu Studios.-Track listing:All music and words by Max Bäckman

Voodoo (roller coaster)
Possessed is a launched steel Inverted roller coaster designed by Intamin and located at Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom in Allentown, Pennsylvania.- Layout & Ride Experience :

Voodoo (song)
"Voodoo", written by lead singer Sully Erna, is a single by heavy metal band Godsmack from their self-titled album Godsmack.The song "Voodoo" was best known for its use in the MTV television program Fear.-Music video:

Voodoo (Sonny Clark Memorial Quartet)
-Track listing:# "Cool Struttin'" - 5:27# "Minor Meeting" - 4:36# "Nicely" - 5:34# "Something Special" - 4:45# "Voodoo" - 10:57# "Sonia" - 4:02# "Sonny's Crib" - 7:40*Recorded at Classic Sound, New York on November 25 and 26, 1985-Personnel:

Vora
Vora may refer to:*Vora, Central African Republic*Vörå-Maxmo, a municipality in Finland*Vorë or Vora, village in AlbaniaPeopleVora is an Indian surname, found mainly among the Gujarati people* Batuk Vora, Indian journalist

Vorbote
Vorbote was a German socialist publication, the monthly central organ of the German section of the First International. It was published in Geneva from 1866 to 1871.

Voro (footballer)
Salvador González Marco, a.k.a. Voro , is a retired Spanish footballer who played as a central defender.

VORPAL
VORPAL is a computational plasmaframework that can predict the dynamics ofelectromagnetic systems, plasmas, andrarefied as well as dense gases

Vortex (afterburner)
Vortex is a KMG Afterburner at Thorpe Park, an amusement park in Chertsey, Surrey, England. It was installed in the Lost City area of the park in 2001. It opened on 25 May, seven weeks after the opening of the park.

Vortex (Carowinds)
Vortex is a steel stand-up roller coaster at Carowinds that was built during the last year before Paramount bought the park in the year 1992. This ride, which was unusual at its time, officially opened on March 14, 1992, on the former site of the Carolina Speedway miniature car ride

Vortex (PC game)
Vortex is a 1994 interactive movie developed and published for Windows 3.x by Hyperbole Studios and is the sequel to the video game Quantum Gate. The game tells the adventures of an army grunt in a futuristic society where water is scarce

Vortex (roller coaster)
Vortex may refer to any of these roller coasters:* Vortex , a stand-up roller coaster at California's Great America in Santa Clara* Vortex , a suspended roller coaster at Canada's Wonderland in Vaughan

Vortex (satellite)
Vortex, previously known as Chalet, is a class of spy satellite operated by the United States during the 1980s and 1990s to collect signals intelligence from high Earth orbit. The Vortex satellites were operated by the National Reconnaissance Office for the United States Air Force and listened to radio transmissions originating from Earth or space

Vortex (Transformers)
-Transformers: Generation 1:Vortex is the most out-and-out sadistic of the Combaticons, and functions as their interrogator. A favorite tactic of his is to trap Autobots in the huge wind funnels he creates in helicopter mode until they tell him what he wants to know. He combines with fellow Combaticons to form Bruticus and forms left arm of this giant super-robot

Vos (surname)
Vos is a surname, and may refer to:Persons*André Vos , professional football player*Geerhardus Vos , American Reformed theologian*Geoffrey Vos , QC & High Court Judge*Hubert Vos , Dutch painter

Voss (disambiguation)
Voss may refer to:in names*Voss , people named Voss*Voßin places*Voss, town in Norway*Voss, Californiain fiction*Voss , novel by Patrick White*Voss , opera based on the novel

VOT
VOT may refer to:* Vampire on Titus, an album by Dayton Indie rock band Guided by Voices* Video on Trial, a television show by MuchMusic* Voice onset time* VHF omnidirectional range* Votic language

VOTA
VOTA is a Christian rock band from Lincoln, Nebraska, featuring Bryan Olesen, a former guitarist with Christian rock band Newsboys. Several of the band's songs have been featured on rotation with national radio networks such as K-Love, and are part of the international 180 Tour. Their song "Hard to Believe" was listed at No

Votes
Votes are a people of Votia in Ingria, the part of modern day northwestern Russia that is roughly southwest of Saint Petersburg and east of the Estonian border-town of Narva. Their own ethnic name is Vadjalain . The Finnic Votic language spoken by Votes is close to extinction. Votians were one of the founding people of Veliky Novgorod

Voting
Voting is a method for a group such as a meeting or an electorate to make a decision or express an opinion—often following discussions, debates, or election campaigns. It is often found in democracies and republics.- Reasons for voting :

Voting booth
A voting booth or polling booth is a room or cabin in a polling station where voters are able to cast their vote in private to protect the secrecy of the ballot. Commonly the entrance to the voting booth is a retractable curtain

Vou
Vou is a commune in the Indre-et-Loire department in central France.-Demographics:-References:* -External links:*

Voucher
A voucher is a bond which is worth a certain monetary value and which may be spent only for specific reasons or on specific goods. Examples include housing, travel, and food vouchers

Vow
A vow is a promise or oath.-Marriage vows:Marriage vows are binding promises each partner in a couple makes to the other during a wedding ceremony. Marriage customs have developed over history and keep changing as human society develops

VOW
VOW may mean:*Vow* VOW, the SAME code for a Volcano Warning*Vow *Village on Wheels. Exclusive tourist trains in India.*Virtual Office Website

Vow of silence
A vow of silence is a religious vow, usually taken in a monastic context, to maintain silence. Known as Mauna in Hinduism, Jainism, and Buddhism, the practice is integral to Christian and Islamic traditions as well

Vowel
In phonetics, a vowel is a sound in spoken language, such as English ah! or oh! , pronounced with an open vocal tract so that there is no build-up of air pressure at any point above the glottis. This contrasts with consonants, such as English sh! , where there is a constriction or closure at some point along the vocal tract

Vox
Vox is Latin for Voice. It may refer to:* Vocals, a common abbreviation, especially in pro audio-Music:* "Vox" , a song by Sarah McLachlan* Vox Records, an American record label* Vox Records , a German record label

Vox (journal)
VOX Journal is a literary journal based in Oxford, Mississippi. It was founded in fall 2004 by poet Louis E. Bourgeois, short story writer and musician Max Bishop Hipp, and poet and self-taught artist J. E. Pitts. As of this writing, it has produced three issues, in April of 2005, 2006, and 2007

Vox (vodka)
Vox Vodka is a 5 times distilled 80 proof wheat vodka made in the Netherlands by Beam Inc..

Vox (XM)
VOX was a channel on the XM Satellite Radio service that specialized in classical music of the voice. It was available on channel 112 on XM and channel 865 on DirecTV. The program director for VOX was Robert Aubry Davis

Vox humana
The Vox Humana is a short-resonator reed stop on the pipe organ, so named because of its supposed resemblance to the human voice. As a rule, the stop is used with a tremulant, which undulates the wind supply, causing a vibrato effect

Vox Humana (Kenny Loggins album)
Vox Humana is the fifth solo album released by soft rock singer Kenny Loggins. Released in 1985, it was Loggins' first album released after his involvement with the hit soundtrack to the motion picture Footloose, the year prior.

Vox populi
Vox populi , a Latin phrase that literally means voice of the people, is a term often used in broadcasting for interviews with members of the "general public".-Vox pop, the man on the street:

Vox Populi (Jericho episode)
"Vox Populi" is the eleventh episode of season one of the CBS drama Jericho.- Synopsis :At the beginning of the episode, a message is sent to Robert Hawkins via his basement computer, saying "Traitor Identified. Make Contact ASAP"

VOY (disambiguation)
Voy or VOY may refer to:* Star Trek: Voyager, a science fiction television series* Voices of Youth, a children's charity* Voy, Orkney, Scotland, United Kingdom

Voyage
- In music: :* Voyage * Voyage * Voyage , by In Fear and Faith* Voyage , by Ayumi Hamasaki* Voyage , a disco music group** Voyage, an album by the eponymous band

Voyager
-Technology:*LG Voyager, a mobile phone model manufactured by LG Electronics*NCR Voyager, a computer platform produced by NCR Corporation*Voyager , a computer worm affecting Oracle databases

Voyager
-Technology:*LG Voyager, a mobile phone model manufactured by LG Electronics*NCR Voyager, a computer platform produced by NCR Corporation*Voyager , a computer worm affecting Oracle databases

Voyager (Space Needle album)
Voyager is the debut album by Space Needle. A music video was made for the song "Before I Lose My Style".-Track listing:# "Eyes To The World" 3:40# ""Dreams"" 2:03# "Put It On The Glass" 2:49# "Beers In Heaven" 4:55# "Patrick Ewing" 3:49

Voyager (Walter Meego album)
Voyager is the first studio album by American band Walter Meego. It comprises 11 tracks in total, including re-recorded album versions of the previously released tracks "Wanna Be a Star" and "Keyhole". It was released May 27, 2008

Voyages
Voyages is a company which operates resorts and tours in Australia.- History :The Ayers Rock Resort Company Limited was formed in 1992 and after a period of growth, acquired resorts at Alice Springs and Kings Canyon. In September 1997, General Property Trust purchased the company

Voyages (poem)
Contained in Hart Crane's first collection of poems, White Buildings , 'Voyages' was composed across six years , with sections published as early as 1923. Containing one of Crane's most famous lyrics, 'Voyages: II,' this love-cycle of six poems was largely fueled by his love affair with Emil Opffer, a Danish merchant mariner.-External links:* *

Voyageurs (camp)
Voyageurs is a French language and culture program at the Concordia Language Villages based in northern Minnesota. Recreating the life of the voyageurs, French fur traders of the 18th-century, campers cook over an open fire, bathe in the lake, and complete a grande voyage by canoe during the two- or four-week stay.- Location :The Voyageurs base camp is located on Turtle River Lake

Voyageurs (novel)
Voyageurs is the title of the 2003 novel by Scottish writer Margaret Elphinstone. It sets a young Quaker farmer from rural England in search of his missing missionary sister; he must work as a voyageur to have any hope of finding her.- References :

Voyeur (album)
Voyeur is a studio album by Kim Carnes, released in 1982 .The album spawned two singles, "Voyeur" and "Does It Make You Remember", which peaked at #29 and #36 on Billboard magazine's pop singles chart, respectively. "Say You Don't Know Me" was released as a promo single in Canada, with no charting effect

Voyeur (disambiguation)
A voyeur is someone who engages in voyeurism.Voyeur may also refer to:*Voyeur , a 1996 video game series*"Voyeur" *"Voyeur" , 1982*Voyeur , 1982

Voyeur (Kim Carnes song)
"Voyeur" is a 1982 single release from Kim Carnes's album Voyeur.The single reached #29 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts and #52 on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play charts

Voyeurism
In clinical psychology, voyeurism is the sexual interest in or practice of spying on people engaged in intimate behaviors, such as undressing, sexual activity, or other activity usually considered to be of a private nature.

VOZ
VOZ may refer to:* Virgin Australia airline ICAO code* IATA airport code for Voronezh Chertovitskoye Airport

 
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