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Windows (musical group)
Originally formed in the early 80s, the Los Angeles band Windows delivered 11 albums over the course of a dozen years. Guided by bassist/vocalist Skipper Wise and his writing partner keyboardist Ed Cohen, the group was a hybrid sound, and plumbed various forms of fusion while simultaneously examining avenues with more polish and sheen

WINDS , is a Japanese communication satellite. Launch was originally scheduled for 2007. The launch date was eventually set for 15 February 2008, however a problem detected in a second stage manoeuvring thruster delayed it to 23 February

Windscreen wiper
A windscreen wiper or windshield wiper is a device used to remove rain and debris from a windscreen or windshield. Almost all motor vehicles, including trains, aircraft and watercraft, are equipped with such wipers, which are usually a legal requirement.A wiper generally consists of an arm, pivoting at one end and with a long rubber blade attached to the other

The windshield or windscreen of an aircraft, car, bus, motorbike or tram is the front window. Modern windshields are generally made of laminated safety glass, a type of treated glass, which consists of two curved sheets of glass with a plastic layer laminated between them for safety, and are glued into the window frame

Windsor (automobile)
The Windsor was an automobile produced in St. Louis, Missouri, USA, from 1929 to 1930 by the Windsor Corporation.- History :The Windsor Corporation was a subsidiary of the Moon Motor Car company and shared all the same company officers as the parent company as well as the same manufacturing facility

Windsor (ship)
The Windsor was a ship wrecked on Long Reef near Sydney, Australia in 1816.The Windsor was a sloop of 22 tons owned and under the command of Henry Major. The Windsor left the Hawkesbury and headed for Sydney when it was blown well off shore by a gale. It is probable that it was this gale that ended up sinking the Recovery the same month

Windsor (soil)
The Windsor is the official state soil of the U.S. state of Connecticut.-Profile:Windsor soils are well suited to the highly diversified agriculture of Connecticut; they are the preferred soils for the production of shade tobacco. Windsor soils are important for fruit and vegetable crops, silage corn, and ornamental shrubs and trees

Windsor knot
The Windsor knot, also referred to as a Full Windsor or as a Double Windsor to distinguish it from the half-Windsor, is a method of tying a necktie around one's neck and collar. The Windsor knot, compared to other methods, produces a wide symmetrical triangular knot. The knot is often thought to be named after the Duke of Windsor

"Windy" is a pop music song written by Ruthann Friedman and recorded by The Association. Released in 1967, the song reached #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in July of that year. Later in 1967, an instrumental version by jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery became his biggest Hot 100 hit when it peaked at #44. "Windy" was The Association's second U.S

Windy (dinghy)
Windy is a French racing class doublehanded dinghy created in 1962–64. Until circa 1989, about 1500–2000 were built. About half were sold in Germany. Races are held yearly, mainly in France and Germany

Windy City (musical)
Windy City is a musical with a book and lyrics by Dick Vosburgh and music by Tony Macaulay. It is based on the play The Front Page by Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur.-Plot:

Wine is an alcoholic beverage, made of fermented fruit juice, usually from grapes. The natural chemical balance of grapes lets them ferment without the addition of sugars, acids, enzymes, or other nutrients. Grape wine is produced by fermenting crushed grapes using various types of yeast. Yeast consumes the sugars in the grapes and converts them into alcohol

WINE is a radio station broadcasting a sports format. Licensed to Brookfield, Connecticut, USA, it serves the Danbury area. The station is currently owned by Cumulus Licensing Llc. In the 1970's and early 80's WINE was a Top 40 station

Wine (bishop)
Wine was a medieval Bishop of London and the first Bishop of Winchester.Wine was consecrated the first bishop of Winchester in 660 and possibly translated to Dorchester around 663

Wine (film)
Wine is a 1913 short comedy film featuring Fatty Arbuckle.

Wine cellar
A wine cellar is a storage room for wine in bottles or barrels, or more rarely in carboys, amphorae or plastic containers. In an active wine cellar, important factors such as temperature and humidity are maintained by a climate control system. In contrast, passive wine cellars are not climate-controlled, and are usually built underground to reduce temperature swings

A winemaker or vintner is a person engaged in winemaking. They are generally employed by wineries or wine companies, where their work includes:*Cooperating with viticulturists

A wing is an appendage with a surface that produces lift for flight or propulsion through the atmosphere, or through another gaseous or liquid fluid

In computing, WinG is an application programming interface that provides faster graphics performance on Windows 3.x operating environments, and was positioned as a way to help game developers more easily port their DOS games to Microsoft Windows

WING "ESPN 1410" is a commercial AM radio station in Dayton, Ohio operating with 5,000 watts at 1410 kHz with studios, offices and transmitter located on David Road in Kettering. It is the first full-time commercial radio station in Dayton

Wing (automotive)
(for the panels around the wheels of a car see Fender (vehicle)A wing in this context is an aerodynamic device intended to generate downforce on an automobile. The first production car to feature a rear wing was the 1969 mercury cyclone spoiler, soon followed by the drastically larger Superbird and Daytona wings

Wing Commander
Wing Commander may refer to:*Wing Commander , a military rank*Wing Commander , the Origin Systems computer game series and related franchise**Wing Commander , a collection of books set in the game universe

Wing Commander (horse)
Wing Commander was one of the greatest Saddlebred show horses of the 20th century. In 1948, the chestnut American Saddlebred stallion won his first Five-Gaited World Grand Championship, a title he kept for five years. In total he won 6 Five-Gaited World Grand Championships, the first of only two horses to accomplish this

Wing Commander (novel series)
Several novels based on the Wing Commander games have been released by Baen Books.-Freedom Flight:The novel describes the Firekka campaign of the Tiger's Claw, featuring also the defection of Lord Ralgha

Wingback has several uses.*Wing chair, a type of high-backed chair*In American football, the wingback is one of several varieties of running backs*In Association football, the wingback is a defensive position

Winger is an American hard rock band formed in New York City that gained popularity during the late 1980s and early 1990s. The band's two platinum albums, Winger and In the Heart of the Young, along with charting singles "Seventeen", "Headed for a Heartbreak" and "Miles Away", put the band on the top of the charts by the early 1990s

Winger can refer to:*Winger , an American hard rock band**Winger , the band's self-titled debut album*Winger , a position on the extreme left and right sides in many sports*A position on a political spectrum, such as:

A wingman is a pilot who supports another in a potentially dangerous flying environment. Wingman was originally a term referring to the plane flying beside and slightly behind the lead plane in an aircraft formation.

Wingman (manga)
, also known as , is a Japanese science fiction manga series by Masakazu Katsura. It was serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump from 1983 to 1985. It was adapted into an anime television series in 1984.

Wingnut (politics)
"Wingnut" is used in United States politics as a political epithet referring to a person who holds extreme political views. According to Merriam-Webster, it is analogous with the word "radical." In American politics, the term is more often aimed at members of the political right than those of the political left. The New York Times' David M

Wings (Canadian magazine)
Wings is a bimonthly Canadian magazine that focuses on stories related to business and commercial aviation.

Wings (Chinese constellation)
The Wings mansion is one of the Twenty-eight mansions of the Chinese constellations. It is one of the southern mansions of the Vermilion Bird.- Asterisms :

Wings (Discovery Channel TV series)
Wings was an educational television program aired on the Discovery Channel.Episodes were one hour long, minus commercials. Each episode consisted of a documentary about one airplane model or closely related series of models, typically an American airplane or helicopter built in large numbers and relevant to aviation history or to the abilities of the American armed forces

Wings (Live song)
"Wings" is a song by alternative rock group Live, which was released as the third single from their album, Songs from Black Mountain . It was released only in Europe. The single was not released for commercial purchase.

Wings (Mark Chesnutt album)
Wings is the sixth studio album released by American country music artist Mark Chesnutt, and his second for Decca Records. Released in late 1995, it features the singles "Trouble", "It Wouldn't Hurt to Have Wings", and "Wrong Place, Wrong Time". Respectively, these reached #18, #7, and #37 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts

Wings (US magazine)
Wings was a military aviation history magazine published in the United States between 1971 and 2007. The magazine featured articles and photo features covering military aviation from World War I to the modern era, focusing heavily on American aircraft.

A wink is a facial expression made by briefly closing one eye. A wink is an informal mode of non-verbal communication usually signalling shared hidden knowledge or intent, which may also include, in some contexts, sexual attraction.

WINK can refer to:* WINK , a radio station licensed to Pine Island Center, Florida, United States* WINK-FM, a radio station licensed to Fort Myers, Florida, United States

WFSX is a News/Talk radio station Licensed to Fort Myers, Florida, USA. The station is owned by Meridian Broadcasting.- History :In recent years, the 1240khz frequency was known as WINK

Wink (song)
"Wink" is the title of a song written by Bob DiPiero and Tom Shapiro, and recorded by American country music singer Neal McCoy. It was released in 1994 as the second single from his 1994 album No Doubt About It. Also the second consecutive Number One from that album, "Wink" spent four weeks at the top of the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks charts

Winkels (Mengerskirchen)
thumb|390px|The Church in Winkels Winkels is a village of the municipality of Mengerskirchen in the district of Limburg-Weilburg in Middle Hesse. It has 967 permanent and 38 temporary residents .

Winker may refer to:* Blinders, also known as blinkers or winkers, a piece of horse tack that restrict the horse's vision* Winker Watson, a fictional character who has his own comic strip in the UK comic The Dandy

Winnen is an Ortsgemeinde – a community belonging to a Verbandsgemeinde – in the Westerwaldkreis in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.-Location:

Winner (album)
Winner is Renée Geyer's seventh solo album and her second to be recorded in the USA. Motown's Frank Wilson again manned the console; however ,this time The Renée Geyer Band provided the rhythm section. They were once again supported by some of the very best US session players

Winner (song)
"Winner" is Rythem's thirteenth single. It was released on October 10, 2007 under Sony Music Entertainment Japan label. The title track was used as the theme song for NHK's Minna no Uta for the month of October to November 2007

Winner (surname)
Winner is a family name and may refer to:* Charley Winner , American football coach* David Winner , English author and journalist* Joseph Winner , American composer* Langdon Winner, American philosopher of technology

Winnie the Pooh (comic strip)
Winnie the Pooh is a comic strip based on the characters created by A.A. Milne & E.H. Shepard which ran from June 19, 1978 until April 2, 1988.

Winnipeg is the capital and largest city of Manitoba, Canada, and is the primary municipality of the Winnipeg Capital Region, with more than half of Manitoba's population. It is located near the longitudinal centre of North America, at the confluence of the Red and Assiniboine Rivers .The name "Winnipeg" comes from the Cree for "muddy waters"

Winnipeg (disambiguation)
Winnipeg is a city in Canada and the capital of the province Manitoba.Winnipeg may also refer to:*Winnipeg , a former federal electoral district in Manitoba, Canada*Lake Winnipeg, a large lake in Manitoba

Winnipeg (ship)
SS Winnipeg was a French steamer notable for arriving at Valparaíso, Chile, on 3 September 1939, with 2,200 Spanish immigrants aboard. The refugees were fleeing Spain after Franco's victory in the Spanish Civil War

Winnow (algorithm)
The winnow algorithm is a technique from machine learning for learning a linear classifier from labeled examples. It is very similar to the perceptron algorithm. However, the perceptron algorithm uses an additive weight-update scheme, while Winnow uses a multiplicative scheme that allows it to perform much better when many dimensions are irrelevant

Wino is a slang term for a person, especially one who is homeless, who consumes large amounts of alcohol, usually in the form of low-end fortified wineWino may also refer to:* Wino , a subatomic particle

Wino (band)
WINO is a Japanese rock band that formed in 1995 and broke up in 2002. Their music was heavily influenced by British rock bands, most notably The Beatles, and the band has often been compared to Oasis

Winsome is a given name, and may refer to:* Winsome Evans , Associate Professor of music at the University of Sydney* Winsome Sears , member of the Virginia House of Delegates

Winston (band)
Winston is a Canadian indie pop band from Vancouver founded by singer-songwriter Ryan Hauschild. Although it is now essentially his solo project, the band previously comprised Hauschild on vocals, guitars and piano; guitarist Lanny Hussey; drummer Robbie Watkins; and bass guitarist Tony Kerr. The band won CFOX Radio's Vancouver Seeds band contest of 2003

WINT is the Melbourne-Titusville-Cocoa, Florida area ESPN Radio affiliate. It is under ownership of Cumulus Media. In October 2008 WINT switched from an Oldies format to an ESPN all-sports format.

Winter is the coldest season of the year in temperate climates, between autumn and spring. At the winter solstice, the days are shortest and the nights are longest, with days lengthening as the season progresses after the solstice.-Meteorology:

Winter (Fabergé egg)
The 1913 Winter Egg is one of a series of fifty-two Russian jeweled Easter eggs and was designed by Alma Pihl, a designer who worked for Russian jeweler Peter Carl Fabergé. The tsar Nicholas II had a standing order of two easter eggs every year, one for his mother, and one for his wife. The Winter-egg was an Easter gift for his mother, tsarina Maria Feodorovna

Winter (film)
Winter is a Malayalam film starring Jayaram, Bhavana released in the year 2009. It was directed by Dipu Karunakaran and produced by K. Radhakrishnan. The music is scored by Raj Krishnan.-Plot:

Winter (Irish band)
Winter were an Irish progressive rock / metal band, who received critical acclaim for their live performances in the 1980s and 1990s. They released a debut EP titled Across The Circle's Edge which in both vinyl format and in CD format .This EP has become sought after collectors item among some fans.-Members:* Johnny

Winter (Jon Foreman EP)
Winter is the second EP released by Jon Foreman, frontman of the San Diego rock band Switchfoot. The EP was released on Tuesday, January 15, 2008, as either a digital download or as a physical copy packaged with the Fall EP in a double-disc set.

Winter (song)
"Winter" is a song by English rock and roll band the Rolling Stones featured on their 1973 album Goats Head Soup."Winter" bears many similarities to "Moonlight Mile" from the band's 1971 album Sticky Fingers. Credited to singer Mick Jagger and guitarist Keith Richards, "Winter" is likely the work of Jagger and the Stones' lead guitarist at the time, Mick Taylor

Winter (Steeleye Span album)
Winter is the 19th studio album by the electric folk band Steeleye Span. So far it is the second of three studio albums made by a line-up consisting of Maddy Prior, Peter Knight, Rick Kemp, Liam Genockey and Ken Nicol. This is their first Christmas album

Winter (Tori Amos song)
"Winter" is a song by American singer-songwriter and musician Tori Amos. It was released as the fourth single from her debut studio album Little Earthquakes. It was released on March 9, 1992 by EastWest Records in the UK and Atlantic Records on November 24 in North America.-Background:The song also appears on Amos' 2003 compilation, Tales of a Librarian

Winter Olympics (Goodies episode)
Winter Olympics is an episode of the British comedy television series The Goodies— a BAFTA-nominated series for Best Light Entertainment Programme.As always, the episode was written by members of The Goodies.-Plot:

Winter solstice
Winter solstice may refer to:* Winter solstice, astronomical event* Winter Solstice , former band* Winter Solstice: North , seasonal songs* Winter Solstice , 2005 American film

Winter solstice
left|90px|thumb|Winter solstice on northern hemisphere.The winter solstice occurs exactly when the axial tilt of a planet's polar hemisphere is farthest away from the star that it orbits. Earth's maximum axial tilt to our star, the Sun, during a solstice is 23° 26'

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