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Wiener is German for Viennese, but may also refer to:* A German sausage named after Vienna * A sausage used in hot dogsWiener is the surname of:* Alexander S

Wiens may refer to:*Douglas Wiens, a Canadian mathematician*John Wiens, an American ornithologist

The Wiese is a river in Baden-Württemberg, Germany, and Basel-City, Switzerland, a right tributary of the Rhine. It rises in the Black Forest, on the Feldberg. The Wiese flows through Todtnau, Schönau im Schwarzwald, Schopfheim and Lörrach

Wife (disambiguation)
A wife is a female participant in a marriage.Wife or WIFE may also refer to:*The Wife, an NBC sitcom*Wife, a 1975 novel by Bharati Mukherjee*The Wife , a tale from Geoffrey Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales*Wives , a US punk band

Wife (disambiguation)
A wife is a female participant in a marriage.Wife or WIFE may also refer to:*The Wife, an NBC sitcom*Wife, a 1975 novel by Bharati Mukherjee*The Wife , a tale from Geoffrey Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales*Wives , a US punk band

A wig is a head of hair made from horsehair, human hair, wool, feathers, yak hair, buffalo hair, or synthetic materials which is worn on the head for fashion or various other aesthetic and stylistic reasons, including cultural and religious observance. The word wig is short for periwig and first appeared in the English language around 1675.Popularised by a Mr S

WIG, originally an acronym for Warszawski Indeks Giełdowy is the oldest index of the Warsaw Stock Exchange, introduced on the WSE's first trading session on 16 April 1991

Wig (disambiguation)
Wig may refer to:* Wig, false hair* WIG, the oldest index of the Warsaw Stock Exchange* Western Infirmary, Glasgow, a teaching hospital in Glasgow, Scotland* Wing In Ground, a type of Ground effect* WiG, Women in German

Wig (song)
"Wig" is a single by The B-52's released as the third and last single from their 1986 album Bouncing off the Satellites. The single peaked at #79 in the UK. Currently, the B-52's have incorporated the song into their 2010 tour setlist

The wigeons are dabbling ducks in the genus Anas. There are three species: the Eurasian Wigeon , the American Wigeon and the Chiloe Wigeon . Widgeon is an alternative, though archaic, spelling; the American Wigeon has in the past been known as Baldpate

Wiggle may refer to:*The Wiggle, a bike route in San Francisco that avoids steep grades*The Wiggles, an Australian children's band*Wiggle , an album by Screeching Weasel*Wiggle , a children's book by Doreen Cronin and Scott Menchin

Wight is a Middle English word, from Old English wiht, and used to describe a creature or living sentient being. It is akin to Old High German wiht, meaning a creature or thing.In its original usage the word wight described a living human being

Wight (disambiguation)
A wight is a sentient creature or being.Wight may also refer to:* Wight , a family name* Wight , a type of character in the game Dungeons & Dragons* Barrow-wight, a type of character in the Middle-earth universe

WigWam are a duo comprising Alex James, the bassist from Blur and vocalist Betty Boo. With record producer Ben Hillier, and former Boo collaborators Beatmasters, WigWam were said to be creating an album which they described as "experimental yet accessible 21st century pop"

Wigwam (Chicago)
The Wigwam was a convention center and meeting hall that served as the site of the 1860 Republican National Convention. It was located in Chicago, Illinois at Lake Street and Market near the Chicago River. This site had previously been the site of the Sauganash Hotel, Chicago's first hotel

Wigwam (disambiguation)
A wigwam is single-room Native American dwelling.Wigwam may also refer to:-Places:* Wigwam, nickname for Jacobs Field* Wigwam , 1860 National Republican Convention Headquarters in Chicago, Illinois, USA

WII may refer to:* Wildlife Institute of India * Wii, a video game console released by Nintendo

WIJD is a radio station licensed to the community of Prichard, Alabama, USA, and serves the greater Mobile, Alabama, area. The station is owned by Wilkins Communications Network Inc. and the license is held by the Mobile Bay Corporation

WIKI is a radio station broadcasting a Country format. Licensed to Carrollton, Kentucky, USA. The station is currently owned by Wagon Wheel Broadcasting, LLC.

Wil (Wahlkreis)
Wil is a district of the canton of St.Gallen, Switzerland. It is named after the regional centre Wil, which is the largest city of the district.However, the district capital is Jonschwil.-Demographics:District Wil has a population of

Wilbur (TV series)
Wilbur was a TV show on Discovery Kids and Ready Set Learn on TLC. Produced in San Diego, California by EKA Productions, the series debuted April 16, 2007.

Wilco (farm supply cooperative)
Wilco is a farm supply cooperative based in the Willamette Valley of the U.S. state of Oregon. It was started in 1967 with a merger of the Mt. Angel Farmers Union Warehouse, the Santiam Farmers Cooperative, the Donald Farmers Co-op, the Valley Farmers co-op in Silverton, and the Canby Cooperative. The name "Wilco" comes from a shortening of "Willamette Consolidated"

The term wild generally refers to:* Wildlife, all non-domesticated plants, animals, and other organisms* Wilderness or Wilderness area, a natural environment on Earth* Wildness, the quality of being wild or untamedWild may also refer to:

Wild (surname)
Wild is the surname of:* Anke Wild, German field hockey player* Earl Wild* Frank Wild* Hans-Peter Wild chairman of the WILD GmbH & Co.KG* Harry J

Wild card
Wild card may refer to:* Wild card , a playing card that substitutes for any other card in card games* Wild card , a tournament or playoff berth awarded to an individual or team that has not qualified through normal play

Wild Card (album)
Wild Card is an album by New Zealand band, The Warratahs released in 1990.-Track listing:#"Akautangi Way "#"Backlog of Love"#"Bitter End"#"Brown Eyed Handsome Man"#"Don't Start Honey"#"Down Your Street"#"Fool's Paradise"

Wild Cat (Tygers of Pan Tang album)
Wild Cat is the debut album by the British heavy metal band Tygers of Pan Tang, released in 1980. The album was re-issued in 1989 in a double-LP package with Spellbound and on CD in 1997 with bonus tracks.-Track listing:

Wild Cherry (2009 film)
Wild Cherry is a 2009 American high school comedy film directed by Dana Lustig.-Plot:Helen , a high school senior, is in love with Stanford , her jock boyfriend, and has decided to give it all up to him. At least until she learns that her name is written in the high school football team's secret Bang Book and it is Stanford's job to deflower her

Wild goose chase
A wild-goose chase or wild goose chase may refer to:* A wild-goose chase, a futile search or fruitless errand, a task inordinately complex relative to its outcome

Wild pitch
In baseball, a wild pitch is charged against a pitcher when his pitch is too high, too short, or too wide of home plate for the catcher to control with ordinary effort, thereby allowing a baserunner, perhaps even the batter-runner on strike three or ball four, to advance.A wild pitch usually passes the catcher behind home plate, often allowing runners on base an

Wild Pitch (novel)
Wild Pitch is a 1980 novel for children by Matt Christopher.The story revolves around a boy who feels uncomfortable about girls playing baseball

Wild West (album)
Wild West is the name of a Country album by Dottie West, released in 1981.This was one of Dottie West's best-selling albums as a solo artist. The album reached not only the No. 5 spot on the "Top Country Albums" chart, but also reached No. 126 on the "Billboard 200". The boasted two no

Wild West (disambiguation)
Wild West often refers to the American Old West of the Western United States in the 19th century.Wild West may also be:*Wild West , 1981 album by Dottie West

Wild West (serial)
Wild West is a 1925 Western film serial directed by Robert F. Hill. This serial is considered to be a lost film.-Cast:* Jack Mulhall - Jimmy Whitehawk* Helen Ferguson - Polly Breen* Edward Burns - Colonel Hardcastle / Tom Osborne

Wildcat is a small felid native to Europe, the western part of Asia, and Africa.-Animals:Wildcat may also refer to members of the genus Lynx:

Wildcat (musical)
Wildcat is a musical with a book by N. Richard Nash, lyrics by Carolyn Leigh, and music by Cy Coleman.The original production opened on Broadway in 1960, starring a 48-year-old Lucille Ball in her only Broadway show.-Background and production:

Wildcat (short story)
"Wildcat" is an early short story by the American author Flannery O'Connor. It is one of the six stories included in O'Connor's 1947 master's thesis The Geranium: A Collection of Short Stories and was published posthumously in The North American Review in 1970

Wildcat (song)
"Wildcat" is a song by Ratatat. Taken from their album Classics, it was released as a single on XL Recordings in 2006. It was released only on 12" vinyl, limited edition, and packaged in gold embossed sleeves

-In academia:* Henry Wilde , British engineer and inventor of the self-energizing dynamo* Winston Wilde, American sexologist-In the arts:* Andrew Wilde , English classical pianist* Andrew Wilde , English actor

The wildebeest , also called the gnu is an antelope of the genus Connochaetes. It is a hooved mammal

Wildebeest (disambiguation)
A Wildebeest is a type of African antelope.Wildebeest may also refer to:*The Vickers Vildebeest, a 20th Century torpedo bomber*Baby Wildebeest, a fictional character in DC Comics' New Titans series.

Wilderness or wildland is a natural environment on Earth that has not been significantly modified by human activity. It may also be defined as: "The most intact, undisturbed wild natural areas left on our planet—those last truly wild places that humans do not control and have not developed with roads, pipelines or other industrial infrastructure." Wilderness areas can be found

Wilderness (Brett Anderson album)
Wilderness is the second studio album by the English singer Brett Anderson.Fans who bought tickets for Anderson's performance at London's Mermaid Theatre on July 7 received a copy of the album on USB stick format, though the album didn't receive a general release until September.There is minimal use of instrumentation, with only a piano, strings, an occasional acoustic guitar

A wildfire is any uncontrolled fire in combustible vegetation that occurs in the countryside or a wilderness area. Other names such as brush fire, bushfire, forest fire, desert fire, grass fire, hill fire, squirrel fire, vegetation fire, veldfire, and wilkjjofire may be used to describe the same phenomenon depending on the

Wildfire (Golden Age)
Wildfire is a fictional superheroine in the DC Comics universe. One of the first female superheroes, she was originally published by Quality Comics during what comics historians and fans called the Golden Age of comic books.

Wildfire (motor company)
Wildfire Motors is a company based in Steubenville, Ohio, specializing in the sales of scooters, motorcycles, ATVs and electric vehicles. The vehicles are manufactured in China and are distributed throughout the United States.

Wildfire (Silver Dollar City)
Wildfire is a roller coaster located at Silver Dollar City in Branson, Missouri. The ride was built by Swiss manufactuer Bolliger & Mabillard and is the tallest and fastest ride at Silver Dollar City. Wildfire features five inversions: an Immelmann loop, a loop, a cobra roll and a corkscrew.-Theme:The theme of the ride is based on the story of an old Ozark inventor, Dr

Wilding may refer to:People*Alison Wilding*Barbara Wilding*Dorothy Wilding*Faith Wilding*Mark Wilding*George Wilding*Michael Wilding *Michael Wilding *Peter Wilding*Rav Wilding*Tony WildingFictional characters

Wildlife includes all non-domesticated plants, animals and other organisms. Domesticating wild plant and animal species for human benefit has occurred many times all over the planet, and has a major impact on the environment, both positive and negative.

Wildlife (album)
Wildlife is the third album by the band Mott the Hoople.It was originally released in 1971; in the UK by Island Records and in the US by Atlantic Records . After the edgier rock of their first two albums this record has a softer feel

Wildlife (disambiguation)
Wildlife includes all non-domesticated plants, animals, and other organisms.Wildlife or Wild Life may also refer to:Magazines:* BBC Wildlife* Wildlife Australia, Wildlife Preservation Society of QueenslandOrganisations

Wildness is literally the quality of being wild or untamed, but further to this, it has been defined as a quality produced in nature , as that which emerges from a forest , and as a level of achievement in nature

WILE may refer to:* WILE , a radio station licensed to Cambridge, Ohio, United States* WILE-FM, a radio station licensed to Byesville, Ohio, United States

Wiles is a family name. For its etymology, meaning, related names, and translations, see Wiktionary.People commonly known by the family name Wiles include:* Andrew Wiles, British mathematician who proved Fermat's Last Theorem

Wilfred (TV series)
Wilfred is an Australian comedy television series directed by Tony Rogers, produced by Jenny Livingston and starring Jason Gann, Adam Zwar and Cindy Waddingham. Created by Zwar, Gann and Rogers, it was based on their award-winning 2002 short film and later adapted to a series

Wilhelmina (given name)
Wilhelmina is a feminine given name, the Dutch and German form of Wilhelm or William, which is derived from the Germanic wil, meaning "will, desire" and helm, meaning "helmet, protection." Wilhelmina was ranked in the top 1000 most popular names for girls in the United States between 1900 and 1940 but is rarely used today.-Feminine variants:*Billie *Elma ,

Wilk is a Polish term for wolf.Wilk or WILK may also refer to:-People:* Brad Wilk, American musician* Cezary Wilk, Polish footballer* Chester A. Wilk, American chiropractor, see Wilk v

WILK is also known as Northeast Pennsylvania's Newsradio and owned by Entercom Communications.-History:WILK originally signed on the air in 1947. The station's original broadcast frequency was 1450 kHz during its early years before moving to the present 980 kHz dial position

-Places:In the United States:* Wilkinson, Indiana, a town in Hancock County* Wilkinson, Wisconsin, a town in Rusk County* Wilkinson County, Georgia* Wilkinson County, Mississippi* Wilkinson Heights, South Carolina* Wilkinson Station, North Carolina

Will may refer to:* Shall and will, the word will as a modal verb* Will , instructions for the disposition of one's property after death

WILL is the callsign of the three public broadcasting stations owned by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and directly operated by its Division of Broadcasting

Will (comics)
Willy Maltaite known by the pseudonym Will, was a comics creator and comics artist in the Franco-Belgian tradition

Will (Indian)
Will was an Indian of the Misquito tribe from what is now Honduras or Nicaragua. In history, he is known for having stayed as a castaway on uninhabited Robinson Crusoe Island, the largest of the archipelago of the Juan Fernández Islands, for more than three years

Will (Maria Boyd novel)
Will is a 2006 young adult novel by Australian author Maria Boyd. It was released in the United States in 2010. The novel tells the story of the titular character, Will Armstrong, who after the death of his father begins to play up at school, culminating in him dropping his pants and mooning a girls' school bus after being dared to by friends

Will (novel)
Will is a historical fiction novel by Christopher Rush, published in 2007. It is told from the perspective of William Shakespeare as he writes his will. The book's film right were sold to Sir Ben Kingsley's SBK pictures in 2007.

Will Power (album)
Will Power is a 1987 album by Joe Jackson. It is his first experiment with classical music, continued in later albums including Night Music, Heaven and Hell, and Symphony No

Will Sergeant
Will Sergeant is an English guitarist, best known for being a member of Echo & the Bunnymen. Born in the centre of Liverpool, he grew up in the suburb of Melling and attended nearby Deyes High School

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