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A whitlow or felon is an infection of the tip of the finger. The terms are also sometimes misapplied to paronychia, which is an infection of the tissue at the side or base of the nail.

-Places:Canada* Whitney, OntarioUnited Kingdom* Whitney-on-Wye, Herefordshire* Witney, OxfordshireUnited States* Whitney, California, a community in Placer County* Whitney, a neighborhood in Beverly, Visalia, California

Whitsun is the name used in the UK for the Christian festival of Pentecost, the seventh Sunday after Easter, which commemorates the descent of the Holy Spirit upon Christ's disciples

Whitsunday may be:Days:* The Sunday of the feast of Whitsun or Pentecost in the Christian liturgical year, observed 7 weeks after Easter* One of the Scottish quarter days, always falling on 15 MayPlaces:* The Electoral district of Whitsunday

Whittle may refer to:*Whittling, the carving of wood with a knife*Whittle , a game show on Channel 5 presented by Tim Vine*Whittle, Derbyshire, a hamlet near Glossop, Derbyshire, United Kingdom

WHIZ or Whiz may refer to:* WHIZ , a radio station licensed to Zanesville, Ohio, United States* WHIZ-FM, a radio station licensed to South Zanesville, Ohio, United States

Who may refer to:* Who , an English-language pronoun* who , a Unix command* Who?, one of the Five Ws in journalism- Art and entertainment :* Who? , a 1958 novel by Algis Budrys

-Movies & Television:*Whoa, character in the movie Kung Pow! Enter the Fist*"Whoa", Tony Danza's character's catch phrase on the hit television show Who's the Boss?

Whodunit (disambiguation)
A whodunit is a plot-driven variety of the detective story in which the puzzle is paramount.Whodunit may refer to:* "Whodunit" , a song by Tavares* Whodunnit!, a British television game show* Whodunnit , a play by Anthony Shaffer

Whodunit (song)
"Whodunit", written by Keni St. Lewis and Freddie Perren, was a hit song for R&B/disco group Tavares in 1977. Released from their album, Love Storm it spent one week at number one on the R&B singles chart in May 1977, and peaked at number twenty-two on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart and in the UK peaked at number 5 the week ending 7 May 1977 where it stayed for 2 weeks [UK

Whodunnit (play)
Whodunnit? is the title of a play written by Anthony Shaffer in 1977, originally called The Case Of The Oily Levantine.-Plot summary:Whodunnit? is a comedy / mystery play

Whole may refer to:*Holism, the idea that all the properties of a given system cannot be determined or explained by the sum of its component parts alone* in music, a whole step, or Major second

Whole number
Whole number is a term with inconsistent definitions by different authors. All distinguish whole numbers from fractions and numbers with fractional parts.Whole numbers may refer to:*natural numbers in sense — the positive integers

Wholesaling, jobbing, or distributing is defined as the sale of goods or merchandise to retailers, to industrial, commercial, institutional, or other professional business users, or to other wholesalers and related subordinated services

WHOM is an American radio station which airs an adult contemporary format. It transmits from atop Mount Washington in New Hampshire and has a broadcast area of five states and Quebec. While the signal can be heard all over northern New England, the station broadcasts from and considers itself part of the Portland, Maine radio market

Whoops can also refer to:* Whoops, a 1993 Hungarian film

WHOP can refer to:* WHOP , a radio station at 1230 AM licensed to Hopkinsville, Kentucky* WHOP-FM, a radio station at 98.7 FM licensed to Hopkinsville, Kentucky

WHOP is a radio station broadcasting a News Talk Information format. Licensed to Hopkinsville, Kentucky, USA, the station serves the Clarksville-Hopkinsville area. The station is currently owned by Hop Broadcasting, Inc. and features programing from ABC Radio , CBS Radio and Premiere Radio Networks.

The Whopper sandwich is the signature hamburger product sold by the international fast-food restaurant chain Burger King and its Australian franchise Hungry Jacks. Introduced in 1957, it has undergone several reformulations including resizing and bread changes

Whore (2008 film)
Caught between reality and hallucinations, hopelessness and hope, intoxication and sobriety, Thomas Dekker's new film "Whore" explores the dark side of people's inability to let go of their dreams even in the face of the harshest life

A whorl is a type of spiral or circular pattern.Other meanings of whorl include:* Whorl , used to describe the attachment of sepals, petals, leaves, or branches at a single point

Why may refer to:* Causality, a consequential relationship between two events* Reason , a premise in support of an argument, for what reason or purpose* Why?, one of the Five Ws used in journalism- Artists :

Why (3T song)
"Why" is a song by 3T. It was written by Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds and produced by Michael Jackson. This single belongs to the album Brotherhood and it was released in 1996. The song was selected to be part of HIStory: Past, Present and Future, Book I, but it was taken out and Michael Jackson decided to give it away to his nephews

Why (board game)
Why is a board game from the late 1950s created by the Milton Bradley Company based on the television show Alfred Hitchcock Presents. The game is no longer produced

Why (Gabrielle song)
"Why" is the lead single from Gabrielle's fifth studio album, Always . It was released on 17 September 2007 as a digital download and one week later on CD single. The single was first played on BBC Radio 2 by Ken Bruce and has since been added to the Radio 2 B-list

Why (Jason Aldean song)
"Why" is a country music song written by Rodney Clawson, Vicky McGehee, and Big & Rich's John Rich, and recorded by country music artist Jason Aldean

Why (Lionel Richie song)
"Why" is the third single released by American singer Lionel Richie from his studio album Coming Home .It was considered as the second single, but "What You Are" became the official selection

Why Not
Why Not may refer to:In music:* Why Not?, an album by Michel Camilo, or the title song* Why Not?, an album by Marion Brown* "Why Not" , a song by Hilary Duff* Why Not Records, a Swedish record labelIn other uses:

WHYS may refer to:* The Whys, a Japanese surf rock band.* World: Have Your Say, a current events radio show with a worldwide audience from the BBC World Service* WHYS-LP, a low-power radio station licensed to Eau Claire, Wisconsin, United States

WI may refer to:* Wisconsin United States postal abbreviation* Watch Instantly, a video streaming service offered by Netflix* Waterfall Ice, the ice formed from a frozen waterfall* West Indies postal abbreviation

Wi-Fi or Wifi, is a mechanism for wirelessly connecting electronic devices. A device enabled with Wi-Fi, such as a personal computer, video game console, smartphone, or digital audio player, can connect to the Internet via a wireless network access point. An access point has a range of about 20 meters indoors and a greater range outdoors

Wicca , is a modern Pagan religious movement. Developing in England in the first half of the 20th century, Wicca was popularised in the 1950s and early 1960s by a Wiccan High Priest named Gerald Gardner, who at the time called it the "witch cult" and "witchcraft," and its adherents "the Wica." From the 1960s onward, the name of the religion was normalised to "Wicca.".Wicca is

WICH is a radio station licensed to serve Norwich, Connecticut. The station is owned by Hall Communications and licensed to WICH, Inc. It airs a Talk/Nostalgia format.

Wick may refer to:* David Wicks, fictional character from a British soap opera. Not to be confused with David Wicks, American comedian/actor.* Candle wick, the cord used in a candle or oil lamp

WICK is an AM broadcasting radio station licensed to the city of Scranton, Pennsylvania and serves the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton radio market. The station broadcasts at a frequency of 1400 kHz with 1,000 watts with a non-directional signal pattern.

Wick (ward)
Wick is a ward in the London Borough of Hackney that forms part of the Hackney South and Shoreditch constituency. It fully covers the area of Hackney Wick and includes the part of the 2012 Summer Olympics and Paralympics being built in the Borough.

Wicked is generally used as an adjective to mean evil or sinful.Wicked may also refer to:* Wicked Pictures, an American pornographic studio

Wicked (album)
Wicked is a cast recording containing the majority of the songs from the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical Wicked, with music and lyrics by composer Stephen Schwartz and a book by writer Winnie Holzman. Released on December 16, 2003 by Decca Broadway both in physical and digital releases

Wicked (film)
Wicked is a 1998 American thriller independent film starring Julia Stiles as a disturbed teenager.Troubled teen daughter Ellie assumes the role of her dead mother and takes control of her father's life.-Plot:

Wicked (Lagoon)
Wicked is a launched steel roller coaster located at Lagoon Amusement Park in Farmington, Utah. It opened on June 1, 2007. It is currently the tallest and fastest roller coaster at Lagoon.

Wicked (novel series)
Wicked is the name of a series of young adult novels written by Nancy Holder and Debbie Viguie.-Witch & Curse:The five novels depict a family feud between a coven of witches called the Cahors and a coven of warlocks called the Deveraux. Holly Cathers, the main character is the lone survivor of the rafting trip her family took with her best friend, Tina

Wicked (song)
Wicked is the first single from rapper Ice Cube's third studio album The Predator. The song's music video was directed by Marcus Raboy and features the band Red Hot Chili Peppers.The song was covered by Korn for their 1996 album Life Is Peachy

Wicker is hard woven fiber formed into a rigid material, usually used for baskets or furniture. Wicker is often made of material of plant origin, but plastic fibers are also used.

Wicker (Sheffield)
The Wicker is an arterial street in Sheffield, England, noted for its history and the Grade II* listed Wicker Arches viaduct that crosses it. It runs in a north-east to south-westerly direction between Lady's Bridge and Wicker Arches

In the sport of cricket the word wicket has several distinct meanings:-Definitions of wicket:Most of the time, the wicket is one of the two sets of three stumps and two bails at either end of the pitch

Wicket (ski)
A wicket for skiing is a short piece of light gauge, bend-resistant wire formed into shape to loop through the clothing of a skier or snowboarder

The wicket-keeper in the sport of cricket is the player on the fielding side who stands behind the wicket or stumps being guarded by the batsman currently on strike

Wicklow (Parliament of Ireland constituency)
Wicklow County was a constituency represented in the Irish House of Commons until 1800.-1692–1801:

WID may stand for:*WebSphere Integration Developer*"What I've Done", a Linkin Park's song in their third studio album Minutes to Midnight*Women in Defense*Women in Development*World Institute on Disability*Wandering in Dracula

Widdershins (disambiguation)
Widdershins may refer to:* Widdershins, counterclockwise when referred to as unlucky* Widdershins, 1911 collection of ghost stories by Oliver Onions* Widdershins , 2006 fantasy novel by Charles de Lint

In the sport of cricket, a wide is one of two things:* The event of a ball being delivered by a bowler too wide or high to be hit by the batsman, and ruled so by the umpire.* A run scored by the batting team as a penalty to the bowling team when this occurs.

WIDE or Wide may refer to:*Wide *Wide and narrow data, terms used to describe two different presentations for tabular data*Wide-angle Infinity Display Equipment*WIDE-LP, a radio station licensed to Madison, Wisconsin

Wide Awake (novel)
Wide Awake is a speculative fiction novel by David Levithan set in the near future, after fictitious events such as The Greater Depression , the establishment of Worldwide Health Care, and The Reign of Fear, which included The War to End All Wars.- Duncan Weiss:Duncan is the gay Jewish protagonist of the story

Wide Awake (The Twang song)
"Wide Awake" is a song by Birmingham based indie-rock band The Twang, released as their debut single under the B-Unique Records as a download on March 12, and as a limited edition 7" and CD single on March 19 that year. By downloads alone, it entered the UK Singles Chart at #32 and climbed to #15 after the release of the physical format

Wide Open (album)
Wide Open is the fifth studio album by the American country music band Sawyer Brown. It was released in June 1988 on Capitol Records, and features the singles "My Baby's Gone", "It Wasn't His Child", and "Old Pair of Shoes"

Wide-angle lens
From a design perspective, a wide angle lens is one that projects a substantially larger image circle than would be typical for a standard design lens of the same focal length; this enables either large tilt & shift movements with a view camera, or lenses with wide fields of view.More informally, in photography and cinematography, a wide-angle lens refers to a lens whose focal length

Wide-body aircraft
A wide-body aircraft is a large airliner with two passenger aisles, also known as a widebody aircraft or twin-aisle aircraft. The typical fuselage diameter is . In the typical wide-body economy cabin, passengers are seated seven to ten abreast, allowing a total capacity of 200 to 850 passengers

Wideband Integrated Digital Enhanced Network, or WiDEN, is a software upgrade developed by Motorola for its iDEN enhanced specialized mobile radio wireless telephony protocol. WiDEN allows compatible subscriber units to communicate across four 25 kHz channels combined, for up to 100 kbit/s of bandwidth

Widen is a municipality in the district of Bremgarten in the canton of Aargau in Switzerland.-History:At the end of the 12th century a manor called "Wyda" is mentioned the first time, there's no exact year. "Widen", in the way like it's written today, appears the first time during the 14th century.In medieval times, the manor belonged to Habsburg

Widget may refer to:*Widget , a placeholder for a manufactured device*GUI widget in computer programming, a reusable element of a graphical user interface that displays an information arrangement and provides standardized data manipulation

Widget (economics)
The word widget is a placeholder name for an object or, more specifically, a mechanical or other manufactured device. It is an abstract unit of production. The Oxford English Dictionary defines it as "An indefinite name for a gadget or mechanical contrivance, esp. a small manufactured item" and dates this use back to 1931; but the term appears in George S

Widow's peak
A widow's peak is a distinct point in the hairline in the center of the forehead. This hair anomaly is a result of a lower-than-usual position of the intersection of the bilateral periorbital fields of hair-growth suppression on the forehead.-Definition:

Widow's Peak (disambiguation)
A widow's peak is a genetic trait affecting the appearance of the hairline.Widows' Peak or Widow's Peak can also refer to:*Widows' Peak, a 1994 film*Widow's Peak, a professional wrestling move*Widow's walk often referred to as a widow's peak

Widow's Walk (novel)
Widow's Walk is a detective novel by American crime writer Robert B. Parker, the 29th in his Spenser series.-Plot summary:Boston bank manager Nathan Smith has been shot through the head while lying in bed. His new wife Mary, is the chief suspect, although she swears she was watching television at the time and never even heard the gunshot

Wiek may refer to:*the old German name for Lääne County, Estonia*Wiek, Rügen, a municipality on the island of Rügen, GermanySee also:*Wieck *Wyk *Wick

WIEL is a radio station licensed to Elizabethtown, Kentucky, USA. The station is currently owned by Elizabethtown Cbc, Inc. and features programing from ESPN Radio, Motor Racing Network and Westwood One.

Wield is a civil parish in Hampshire, England. It includes two neighbouring villages, Upper Wield and Lower Wield.The parish church, dedicated to St James, is in Upper Wield. It is mainly Norman, and is a Grade I listed building.- External links :*

Wielkie is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Abramów, within Lubartów County, Lublin Voivodeship, in eastern Poland. It lies approximately west of Abramów, west of Lubartów, and north-west of the regional capital Lublin.

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