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Wisp (musician)
Wisp is the alias of electronic music artist Reid Dunn who hails from Niagara Falls, New York. Wisp began making music on his computer in 1999 and originally released his music for free as mp3s on Netlabels before being signed to Sublight Records. In December 2007 he was signed to Benn Jordan's Alphabasic label

WISS may refer to:* Water Industry System Solutions, a company in Australia* Western International School of Shanghai* WISS , a radio station licensed to Berlin, Wisconsin, United States

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Wissel is a hamlet in the Dutch province of Gelderland. It is located in the municipality of Epe, about 2 km west of the town of Epe.-References:

Wissen (Verbandsgemeinde)
Wissen is a Verbandsgemeinde in the district of Altenkirchen, in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. The seat of the Verbandsgemeinde is in Wissen.

Wissenschaft is the German language term for any study or science that involves systematic research and teaching. Wissenschaft encorporates science, learning, knowledge, scholarship and implies that knowledge is a dynamic process discoverable for oneself, rather than something that is handed down.Wissenschaft was the official ideology of German Universities during the 19th century

WIST may refer to:* WIST , a radio station licensed to New Orleans, Louisiana, United States* WIST-FM, a radio station licensed to Thomasville, North Carolina, United States* WIST-94, a Polish pistol

WIT may refer to:* The stock ticker symbol for Wipro Technologies, India* The timezone Waktu Indonesia Timur, covering eastern Indonesia* Women In Touch, a women's discussion group in Zimbabwe* Washington Improv Theater, in Washington, DC

Wit is a form of intellectual humour, and a wit is someone skilled in making witty remarks. Forms of wit include the quip and repartee.-Forms of wit:

Wit (disambiguation)
Wit is a form of humour, but may also refer to:* Wit * Wit , directed by Mike Nichols, starring Emma Thompson, based on the Wit

WITA is a Christian radio station located in Knoxville, Tennessee. It broadcasts a Christian format with some conservative talk shows and news from the USA Radio Network

Witch (album)
Witch is the eponymous debut album of Witch, a stoner doom band founded by J Mascis of Dinosaur Jr. "Soul of Fire" was released as a single with a demo version of "Rip Van Winkle" as the B-side.- Track listing :# "Seer" - 7:57# "Soul of Fire" - 3:37

Witch (Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode)
"Witch" is the third episode of the first season of the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer . It serves as the show's first regular episode after the Pilot and originally aired in the United States on March 17, 1997, on The WB Television Network

Witch (etymology)
The word witch derives from the Old English nouns wicca "sorcerer, wizard" and wicce "sorceress, witch". The word's further origins in Proto-Germanic and Proto-Indo-European are unclear.-Germanic etymology:

Witch (Navajo)
There are a number of beliefs in traditional Navajo culture relating to practices which, in English, are all referred to as 'witchcraft.' In the Navajo language, they are actually each referred to distinctly, and are regarded as separate, albeit related, phenomena.The practices lumped together in the category 'witchcraft' are very similar, at least in their externals, to the rituals

Witch Doctor
"Witch Doctor" is a song written and performed by Ross Bagdasarian, Sr., and released in 1958 by Liberty Records under the name David Seville, a character whom Bagdasarian portrayed.-Song information:

Witch doctor (disambiguation)
A witch doctor is a type of practitioner of traditional healing arts.Witch doctor may also refer to:* The Witch Doctor, a novel by Christopher Stasheff* "Witch Doctor" , a song by Ross Bagdasarian a.k.a

Witchcraft (disambiguation)
Witchcraft is a supposed supernatural means of malevolent or harmful magic.Witchcraft or witch may also refer to:*the practice of magic in general**Maleficium **White witch

Witchcraft (song)
"Witchcraft" is a popular song from 1957 composed by Cy Coleman with lyrics by Carolyn Leigh. It was released as a single by Frank Sinatra, and reached number twenty in the U.S., spending sixteen weeks on the charts.

Witchcraft (Stormwitch album)
Witchcraft was the ninth album by the German heavy metal band Stormwitch, released in 2004. The album sees a further expansion on the new style, first shown in "Dance With The Witches", with a prominent use of keyboards that gave a much more symphonic sound

Witches (video game)
Eternal Light is an upcoming third-person combat game developed by Revistronic. The developers describe the game as taking place in a dark medieval setting in which the player must fight hordes of demons

Witching hour (disambiguation)
Witching hour refers to the notion from folklore of the time at night when supernatural powers are at their most effective.Witching hour may also refer to:-Music:*"Witching Hour", a song on the 1981 album Welcome to Hell by Venom

Withdrawal can refer to any sort of separation, but is most commonly used to describe the group of symptoms that occurs upon the abrupt discontinuation/separation or a decrease in dosage of the intake of medications, recreational drugs, and alcohol

Withered is an American extreme metal band from Atlanta, Georgia, founded by Chris Freeman and Mike Thompson. Both members also participate in a crust punk/grindcore band, Social Infestation, which also features Mastodon bassist Troy Sanders.-Overview:

The withers is the ridge between the shoulder blades of a four-legged animal. In many species it is the tallest point of the body, and in horses and dogs it is the standard place to measure the animal's height .-Horses:The withers in horses are formed by the dorsal spinal processes of roughly the 3rd through 11th

Withers (law firm)
Withersworldwide is an international law firm dedicated to advising successful people, their families and their businesses. Withers provides integrated advice on the US, UK and international legal and tax needs of their clients which can cover a large variety of issues such as restructuring their assets, buying or selling businesses and properties, coping with divorce, employment

Withers (surname)
Withers is an English surname of Anglo-Saxon origin. It is today a not uncommon family name throughout the Anglosphere.-History:

Within is the first full-length album by Danish band Wuthering Heights.-Track listing:#"Enter the Cave" – 3:08#"Hunter in the Dark" – 5:59#"Too Great Thy Gift" – 7:09#"Sorrow in Memoriam" – 8:31#"Dreamwalker" – 13:42#"The Bird" – 3:46

Within may refer to:* Within , by Danish progressive metal band Wuthering Heights* Within , by pianist William Joseph

"Without" is the debut single from half-English, half-Italian solo singer Jack Savoretti taken from his debut album, Between the Minds."Without" was the first release on De Angelis Records, the label set up by Anne Barrett

Without Fail
Without Fail is the sixth book in the Jack Reacher series written by Lee Child. It was published by Putnam in 2002.-Main characters:*Jack Reacher: hero, brother of Froelich's former boyfriend Joe.

Withy or withe is a strong flexible willow stem that is typically used in thatching and for gardening. An advantage of using this type of material is said to be a greater resistance to woodworm.

WITI may refer to:*WITI , a television station licensed to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States*Women in Technology International*Witi Ihimaera, a New Zealand author

A witness is someone who has firsthand knowledge about an event, or in the criminal justice systems usually a crime, through his or her senses and can help certify important considerations about the crime or event. A witness who has seen the event first hand is known as an eyewitness

Witness (album)
Witness is the second album released by Iowa hardcore quintet Modern Life Is War, released in 2005 via Deathwish Inc. This is the last M.L.I.W. album to feature Chris Honeck on bass and Matt Hoffman on guitar, as both members would leave the band after the album's release. The album cover was created by Converge singer J

Witness (Karen Hesse novel)
Witness is a verse novel written by Karen Hesse in 2001, concentrating on racism in a rural Vermont town in 1924. Voices include those of Leanora Sutter, a 12-year-old African American girl; Esther Hirsh, a 6-year-old Jewish immigrant; Sara Chickering a quiet spinster farmer; Iris Weaver, a young restaurant owner, bootlegger and illegal rum runner; Reynard Alexander, town newspaper

Witness (UK band)
Witness were a British alternative rock band formed in Wigan, Greater Manchester in 1997. The band released two albums via Island Records between 1999 and 2001, before splitting up in 2004.-Formation:

Witness box
A witness box is part of a courtroom. It is the section of the room set aside for witnesses to stand or sit in while giving their testimony or presenting evidence. In U.S. English, it is known as the witness stand or merely the stand.

WiTricity, a portmanteau for "wireless electricity", is a trademark of WiTricity corporation referring to their devices and processes which use a form of wireless energy transfer including resonant energy transfer etc., the ability to provide electrical energy to remote objects without wires using oscillating magnetic fields

Wits, WITS may mean:* Web Intelligence Training System* a popular nickname of University of the Witwatersrand* Wellsite Information Transfer Standard, superseded by WITSMLHuman names:* Hermann Witsius

WITS or Wits can refer to:* WITS, Workshop on Information Technologies and Systems, an annual, leading academic conference on information systems.* WITS , an AM radio station in Sebring, Florida

WITS is a commercial radio station in Sebring, Florida, United States, broadcasting to the Sebring area on 1340 AM. WITS features Dial Global's adult standards format called America's Best Music, with an emphasis on vocalists such as Nat King Cole, Andy Williams, Barbra Streisand and Frank Sinatra, and light pop such as Barry Manilow, Carpenters, Kenny Rogers, Celine Dion and Anne Murray

-People:* Alex Witt, anchor for MSNBC* Alexander Witt, filmmaker* Alicia Witt, actress* Bobby Witt, baseball player* Brendan Witt, NHL player* Carl Gustav Witt, astronomer* Christian Friedrich Witt, baroque composer* Ernst Witt, mathematician

Witt (book)
Witt is a poetry collection by Patti Smith, published in 1973.- Contents :# "Notice"# "Witt"# "October 20"# "Dragnet"# "Dream of Rimbaud"# "To Remember Debbie Denise"# "Sonnet"# "Mock Death"# "What Makes Ruda Ivory"# "Rape"

Witting is a popular Germanic surname* Alexander Witting, German mathematican* Amy Witting, Australian novelist and poet* Richard Witting, Prussian politician and financier* Rolf Witting, Minister of Foreign Affairs 1940-1943

WITZ may refer to:* WITZ , a radio station licensed to Jasper, Indiana, United States* WITZ-FM, a radio station licensed to Jasper, Indiana, United States

- People :*W.I.Z., director of music videos*Wiz or Darren Brown , British musician*Wiz Kudowor , Ghanaian contemporary artist*DJ Disco Wiz , Latino Hip-Hop DJ

Wizard may refer to:- Fictional characters :* Wizard or magician, a person in fantasy or mythology who has studied and practices magic** Wizard , a character in L

Wizard (Archie Comics)
The Wizard is a fictional superhero character created by Will Harr and Edd Ashe, Jr. for MLJ Comics, which later became Archie Comics. He first appeared in Top-Notch Comics #1 in December 1939, and he was the headliner of that title until its cancellation in 1944

Wizard (board game)
- History :Wizard was designed by Steve Jackson, later of Steve Jackson Games, and released by Metagaming in 1978 as Microgame #6 as a magic-based pocket board game of individual combat. It was based on Metaming's earlier Melee release, with the difference being that it added magic to the game system

Wizardry is a series of computer role-playing games, developed by Sir-Tech, which were highly influential in the development of modern console and computer role playing games. The original Wizardry was a significant influence to early console RPGs, such as Dragon Warrior and Final Fantasy. Originally made for the Apple II, they were later ported to other platforms

Wizards (board game)
-Story:Wizards is a game of high fantasy in the "Enchanted Isles". The game is set in an original fantasy world. The players each take the role of a druid, a wizard, or a sorcerer , and they must work together against the "Evil Spirit"

Wizen may refer to* Effi Wizen, an Israeli animator* Boris Wizen, a character in the game Suikoden II* Ridley Wizen, a character in the game Suikoden II

WK, W.K., or Wk. can refer to one of the following:* Wolters Kluwer EuroNext code* American Falcon IATA code* Edelweiss Air IATA code* a shorthand for Wikipedia* an abbreviation for week

WLAN is a radio station licensed to serve Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA. The station is owned by Clear Channel Communications and licensed to Clear Channel Broadcasting Licenses, Inc. It airs a

WMD may refer to:* Weapon of mass destruction, a term used to describe munitions with the capacity to kill large numbers of human beings indiscriminately* Weighted mean difference, a measure in statistical meta-analysis

Isatis tinctoria, with Woad as the common name, is a flowering plant in the family Brassicaceae. It is commonly called dyer's woad, and sometimes incorrectly listed as Isatis indigotica . It is occasionally known as Asp of Jerusalem

WOAD or Woad may refer to:* Woad, the common name of the flowering plant Isatis tinctoria in the family Brassicaceae* WOAD , a radio station licensed to Jackson, Mississippi, United States

WOAD is a radio station licensed to Jackson with an urban gospel format and is owned by Inner City Broadcasting Corporation.- History :The 1300khz frequency was assigned the WRBC call letters for several years

WOAH is a radio station broadcasting a Mainstream Urban format. Licensed to Glennville, Georgia, USA, the station is currently owned by Broadcast Executives Corporation.-History:

Wobble or wobbles can mean:* Wobble, to shake, or wiggle.* Wobble or wobbling effect, an artifact in video known as screen tearing* Wobble base pair, a type of basepair in genetics translation

Wobbler can refer to:* Wobbler , a type of fishing lure* Wobbler , a Norwegian rock band* Wobbler disease, a neurological condition of dogs and horses

Wobbler (band)
- History :The band was formed near Hønefoss , in the spring of 1999 with a burning desire to create or perhaps recreate some of the musical expressions of the early seventies, especially in the use of the instruments of that time and the somewhat "strange" compositions of the progressive rock scene from 1969 - 1974

A wobbulator is an electronic device primarily used for the alignment of receiver or transmitter intermediate frequency strips. It is usually used in conjunction with an oscilloscope, to enable a visual representation of a receivers passband to be seen, hence, simplifying alignment; it was used to tune early consumer AM radios

WODY is a Sports formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Fieldale, Virginia, serving Martinsville and Henry County, Virginia. WODY is owned and operated by Baker Family Stations.-External links:*

Woe may refer to:*Sadness or suffering*Woe, Ghana, a town in Ghana's Volta region*Woe , by the band Say Anything*Woe, Is Me, a band from Atlanta*War of Emperium, a guild war in the MMORPG Ragnarok Online

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