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Washingtonian (B&O)
The Washingtonian was one of two daily American named passenger trains operated by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad during the 1940s–1950s between Baltimore, Maryland and Cleveland, Ohio, via Washington, D. C. and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

A washout is the sudden erosion of soft soil or other support surfaces by a gush of water, usually occurring during a heavy downpour of rain or other stream flooding. These downpours may occur locally in a thunderstorm , or over a large area, such as following the landfall of a tropical cyclone

Washout (aviation)
Washout refers to a feature of wing design to deliberately reduce the lift distribution across the span of the wing of an aircraft. The wing is designed so that angle of incidence is higher at the wing roots and decreases across the span, becoming lowest at the wing tip

Washout (disambiguation)
Washout is the erosion of a soft surface by a gush of water.Washout may also refer to:* Washout , the practice of building a wing with a twist from root to tip* Washout , a mutant character in the Marvel Comics universe

A washstand is a table or stand containing conveniences for washing oneself.- Ancient Greece:In his Pneumatics, Philo of Byzantium, a Greek engineer and writer on mechanics, describes an escapement mechanism, the earliest known, as part of a washstand

"Wasichu" is a fifth season episode of the television series Law & Order: Criminal Intent.-Plot summary:In this episode, Detectives Logan and Barek investigate the case of a Secret Service agent found murdered in her own home.

WAsP is a PC program for predicting wind climates, wind resources, and power productions from wind turbines and wind farms. The predictions are based on wind data measured at stations in the same region. The program includes a complex terrain flow model, a roughness change model, and a model for sheltering obstacles

WASP is a radio station licensed to Brownsville, Pennsylvania, USA. It serves the Pittsburgh area. The station is currently owned by Keymarket Licenses, LLC.-History:

Wasp (film)
Wasp is a short film written and directed by Andrea Arnold. Released in 2003, it stars Nathalie Press as a struggling single mother determined not to let her four young children prove an obstacle in the pursuit of rekindling a relationship with an old ex-boyfriend Danny Dyer

The word Wassail refers to several related traditions; first and foremost wassailing is an ancient southern English tradition that is performed with the intention of ensuring a good crop of cider apples for the next year's harvest

- People :* Ed Wasser, actor* Joan Wasser, musician* Laura Wasser, attorney* Markus Wasser, bobsledder * Thierry Wasser, a contemporary perfumer- Other :* Grosses Wasser* Impressionen unter Wasser* Pleistozaen Mit Wasser* Feuer & Wasser

Wasserman or Wassermann is a surname and may refer to:* Adam Wasserman, software designer* Anatoly Wasserman, Russian journalist and political pundit* August von Wassermann, German bacteriologist

Wastage was a British term used during World War I. It was used to describe the severity of losses experienced during the war. On the quietest day of the war the British were losing 7,000 men killed and wounded.

WASTE is a peer-to-peer and friend-to-friend protocol and software application developed by Justin Frankel at Nullsoft in 2003 that features instant messaging, chat rooms and file browsing/sharing capabilities. The name WASTE is a reference to Thomas Pynchon's novel The Crying of Lot 49. In the novel, W.A.S.T.E

Waste is unwanted or useless materials. In biology, waste is any of the many unwanted substances or toxins that are expelled from living organisms, metabolic waste; such as urea, sweat or feces. Litter is waste which has been disposed of improperly

Wasted is an L.A. Guns EP featuring singer Ralph Saenz, who has since become the vocalist for Steel Panther.-Track listing:#"Wasted"#"Well Spent"#"Heavy Head"#"Forgiving Eyes"#"Jayne 98"#"Cold Gin"-Personnel:*Ralph Saenz: vocals

Wasted (Carrie Underwood song)
"Wasted" is Carrie Underwood's sixth and final single from her multi-platinum debut Some Hearts.The single began receiving country radio airplay as an album track, causing it to place on the US Country chart weeks before its official release as a single.

Wasted (Def Leppard song)
"Wasted" is a 1979 single by British hard rock band Def Leppard from their debut album On Through the Night. This was the band's first proper single, and the recording featured on the single is a different version from the On Through the Night LP. The B-Side on the single is "Hello America", which is also a different recording from the LP

-Literature:* Wasteland , the Celtic motif of the land of the Fisher King* The Waste Land, a poem by T. S. Eliot* The Dark Tower III: The Waste Lands, a novel by Stephen King* Wasteland , a novel by Francesca Lia Block

Wasteland (album)
Wasteland is the first full-length album released by the German band Atargatis through Massacre Records on the 24 March 2006.-Track listing:# "Desert " - 0:56# "Wasteland" - 5:31# "Selina " - 5:15

Wasteland (Block novel)
Wasteland is a novel written by Francesca Lia Block and published in 2003.The book is about the tragedy of love between family, incest, and the guilt, anger, and suicide of one of the siblings. It switches narratives and persons throughout the book, bouncing between the siblings Marina and Lex, Lex's journal, and Marina's friend West

Wasteland (DC Comics)
Wasteland was an American anthology-style horror comic book published by DC Comics in 1987-1989 and intended for adult readers. The series lasted 18 issues.

Wasteland (The Jam album)
Wasteland is a compilation by The Jam which was released in 1992. It is a collection of their earlier songs. Essentially, it was budget-priced but despite the key of release, it sold well.-Track listing:All songs written by Paul Weller except as noted.

Wasteland (TV series)
Wasteland is an American television drama on ABC network created by Kevin Williamson. The show debuted in 1999, a Miramax Films production.

A waster is a practice weapon, usually a sword, and usually made out of wood, though nylon wasters are also available. The use of wood or nylon instead of metal provides an economic and safe option for initial weapons training and sparring, at some loss of genuine experience

In medicine, wasting refers to the process by which a debilitating disease causes muscle and fat tissue to "waste" away. Wasting is sometimes referred to as "acute malnutrition" because it is believed that episodes of wasting have a short duration, in contrast to stunting, which is regarded as chronic malnutrition.-Causes:Wasting can be caused by an extremely low energy intake In medicine, wasting refers to the process by which a debilitating disease causes muscle and fat tissue to "waste" away. Wasting is sometimes referred to as "acute malnutrition" because it is believed that episodes of wasting have a short duration, in contrast to stunting, which is regarded as chronic malnutrition.-Causes:Wasting can be caused by an extremely low energy intake In medicine, wasting refers to the process by which a debilitating disease causes muscle and fat tissue to "waste" away. Wasting is sometimes referred to as "acute malnutrition" because it is believed that episodes of wasting have a short duration, in contrast to stunting, which is regarded as chronic malnutrition.-Causes:Wasting can be caused by an extremely low energy intake (e.g.,

Watashi (Shibata Jun album)
Watashi is Jun Shibata's 3rd and last studio album with Dreamusic. It was released on March 30, 2005 and peaked at #6.-Track listing:#Okaerinasai

A watch is a small timepiece, typically worn either on the wrist or attached on a chain and carried in a pocket, with wristwatches being the most common type of watch used today. They evolved in the 17th century from spring powered clocks, which appeared in the 15th century. The first watches were strictly mechanical

Watch (album)
Watch is a studio album with several live tracks released in 1978 by Manfred Mann's Earth Band.- Track listing :Side one#"Circles" – 4:50#"Drowning on Dry Land/Fish Soup" – 6:01

Watch (disambiguation)
A watch is a timepiece that is made to be worn on a person.Watch may also refer to:* Watch , 1978* Watch , 1973

Watch (Law & Order: Criminal Intent episode)
"Watch" is a fifth season episode of the television series Law & Order: Criminal Intent.-Plot Summary:In this episode, Detectives Logan and Barek investigate a series of bizarre, racially motivated murders involving prostitutes whose bodies are found in the ocean after falling out of airplane wheel wells

Watch (TV channel)
Watch is a general entertainment channel broadcasting in the United Kingdom and Ireland, as part of the UKTV network. The channel launched on 7 October 2008 on satellite through Sky and on cable primarily through Virgin Media.-History:

Watch (Unix)
watch is a GNU command-line tool that runs the specified command repeatedly and displays the output on stdout so you can watch it change over time. By default, the command is run every 2 seconds, although this is adjustable with the -n secs argument

Watch Out
- Music :Albums* Watch Out * Watch Out , or the title song* Watch Out!, an album by Alexisonfire* Watch Out , an album by Lovex* Watch Out, an album by BlockheadsSongs

Watch Out (Patrice Rushen album)
Watch Out! is a 1987 album released by R&B singer Patrice Rushen. This album was the only album Rushen released with Arista Records after leaving Elektra Records. The album produced several R&B hits for Rushen: The single "Watch Out" was playful, upbeat title single was a Top Ten R&B hit

Watchdog may refer to:Dog*Guard dog, a dog that barks to alert its owners of an intruder's presenceIn computing* Watchdog timer, a device in computer softwareConsumer protection

-In print:* Watcher , an extraterrestrial species who watches the universe in Marvel Comics** Uatu, the Watcher* The Watcher , an 1851 novel written by Sheridan Le Fanu* The Watcher , a 1981 novel written by Kay Nolte Smith

Watchful is an album by the American experimental pop music group Amoeba. This is the first Amoeba album to feature the classic lineup of Robert Rich and Rick Davies. The style of this album consists of subtle and largely acoustic pop compositions with heavy ambient textures.Work on this album began in 1994. It was completed in 1995

Watching is a British television sitcom, produced by Granada Television for the ITV network and broadcast for seven series and four specials between 1987 and 1993.

Watchlist or watch list can have several meanings:*Interpol Terrorism Watch List, a 24 hour, 7 days a week command center and a linkage system to identify terrorist financing lists

A watchmaker is an artisan who makes and repairs watches. Since virtually all watches are now factory made, most modern watchmakers solely repair watches. However, originally they were master craftsmen who built watches, including all their parts, by hand

Watchman or Watchmen may refer to:*Watchman , a member of a group who provided law enforcement**Security guard or watchman, a person who watches over and protects property, assets, or people

Watchman (novel)
Watchman is a 1988 novel written by Ian Rankin, and is one of the author's earliest works. Originally published in 1988, it was reissued with a new introduction by Rankin in 2004.-Plot summary:

A watchtower is a type of fortification used in many parts of the world. It differs from a regular tower in that its primary use is military, and from a turret in that it is usually a freestanding structure. Its main purpose is to provide a high, safe place from which a sentinel or guard may observe the surrounding area

Water (Beautiful Girls album)
Water is the 2006 Compilation CD from Australian three-piece band The Beautiful Girls.-Track listing:#Periscopes#Morning Sun#On a Clear Day#Goodtimes#Water#At the First Sign of Trouble#Music#La Mar#Freedom#Weight of the World

Water (Eurovision song)
"Water" was the Bulgarian entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2007, performed in Bulgarian by Elitsa Todorova & Stoyan Yankoulov. This was the first occasion on which the Bulgarian language was used on the Eurovision stage, previous Bulgarian entries being performed in English

Water (novel)
Water, , U.S., 2006, India; is a novel by author Bapsi Sidhwa.-Plot summary:Water is set in 1938, when India was still under the colonial rule of the British, and when the marriage of children to older men was commonplace

Water (properties)
Water is the most abundant compound on Earth's surface, covering about 70%. In nature, it exists in liquid, solid, and gaseous states. It is in dynamic equilibrium between the liquid and gas states at standard temperature and pressure. At room temperature, it is a tasteless and odorless liquid, nearly colorless with a hint of blue

Water bailiff
A water bailiff is a law enforcement officer responsible for the policing of bodies of water, such as a river, lake or coast. The position has existed in many jurisdictions throughout history.-Scotland:

Water beetle
A water beetle is a beetle adapted to living in water. Water beetles rise to the water surface and take atmospheric air into their tracheal systems. There are approximately 2000 species of water beetles. The rest marine species tend to live in the intertidal zone

Water Buffalo
The water buffalo or domestic Asian water buffalo is a large bovine animal, frequently used as livestock in southern Asia, and also widely in South America, southern Europe, northern Africa, and elsewhere.

Water buffalo
The water buffalo is a domesticated bovid widely kept in Asia, Europe and South America.Water buffalo can also refer to:*Wild water buffalo , the wild ancestor of the domestic water buffalo

Water buffalo (zodiac)
The buffalo is the second animal symbol in the 12-year cycle of the Vietnamese zodiac, taking place of the ox in the Chinese zodiac. Water buffalo are industrious and patient. In general, the year is slow and steady, appropriate for scientists. The hours of the buffalo are from 1 to 3 am.

Water clock
A water clock or clepsydra is any timepiece in which time is measured by the regulated flow of liquid into or out from a vessel where the amount is then measured.Water clocks, along with sundials, are likely to be the oldest time-measuring instruments, with the only exceptions

Water cooler
A water cooler or water dispenser is a device that cools and dispenses water. They are generally broken up in two categories: bottleless and bottled water coolers

Water lily
The phrase "water lily" is used to describe aquatic plants of the following families, which have lily pads:* Nymphaeaceae* Nelumbonaceae , also called "lotus"Water lily may also refer to:

Water Rat
Hydromys chrysogaster, commonly known as Rakali or Water-rat, is an Australian native rodent. The species lives in burrows on the banks of rivers, lakes and estuaries and feeds on aquatic insects, fish, crustaceans, mussels, snails, frogs, birds' eggs and water birds. Rakali have a body in length, weigh , and have a thick tail measuring around

Water Rat
Water Rat may refer to:AnimalsWater Rat is a common name for several unrelated semiaquatic rodents, including:*European Water Vole, found in north and central Europe and Russia*Rakali, found in Australia and New Guinea

Water softening
Water softening is the reduction of the concentration of calcium, magnesium, and certain other metal cations in hard water. These "hardness ions" can cause a variety of undesired effects including interfering with the action of soaps, the build up of limescale, which can foul plumbing, and galvanic corrosion

Water tower
A water tower or elevated water tower is a large elevated drinking water storage container constructed to hold a water supply at a height sufficient to pressurize a water distribution system.

Water Tower (Zaragoza)
The Water Tower is a 76-metre-high tower built at the Expo 2008 site in Zaragoza, Spain. It was designed by Enrique de Teresa and constructed of concrete, steel and glass.