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WOG
WOG may refer to:* Wog, a slang word with several meanings* Winter Olympic Games* World of Goo, video game* Wand of Gamelon, one of the three CD-i games from the Legend of Zelda series* Heroes of Might and Magic 3½: In the Wake of Gods

Wog
Wog or Pog is a slang word with a number of meanings, generally considered derogatory and, in some instances, extremely offensive when used in relation to ethnicity

WOHL
WOHL may refer to:* Western Ontario Hockey League* WOHL-CA, a television station licensed to Lima, Ohio, United States

Wok
A wok is a versatile round-bottomed cooking vessel originating in China. It is used especially in East and Southeast Asia.Woks are most often used for stir frying, but can also be used in other Chinese cooking techniques, such as in steaming, deep frying, braising, stewing, smoking, or making soup

WOKE
WOKE "Walk FM" is a radio station broadcasting a Contemporary Christian format. Licensed to Garrison, Kentucky, USA. The station is currently owned by Big River Radio, Inc.

WOKS
WOKS is a radio station broadcasting a Rhythmic Oldies format. Licensed to Columbus, Georgia, USA, the station serves the Columbus GA area. The station is currently owned by Davis Broadcasting, Inc. of Columbus.

WOLA
Wola is a western district of Warsaw.Wola or WOLA may also refer to:*Wola , a type of agricultural settlement in Poland from the 13th century onwards*Wola, part of the district of Jeżyce in Poznań

WOLA (AM)
WOLA is a radio station broadcasting a Spanish Contemporary format. Licensed to Barranquitas, Puerto Rico, USA, the station serves the Puerto Rico area. The station is currently owned by Torrecillas Broadcasting Corp..-History:

Wold
Wold may refer to :Geography*The Wolds, a term used in England to describe a range of hills consisting of open country overlying limestone or chalk *The former name of the village of Old, Northamptonshire, EnglandPeople

Wolde
Wolde is a municipality in the Mecklenburgische Seenplatte district, in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany.

Wolde (disambiguation)
Wolde is a municipality in the district of Demmin, in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany.Wolde may also refer to:People with name Wolde :* Abba Samuel Wolde Kahin , Ethiopian academic

Wolf (band)
Wolf is a heavy metal band from Örebro, Sweden. Formed in 1995, the band has since released five albums and toured with Saxon, Tankard and more recently, Trivium.-Members:*Niklas Stålvind - vocals, guitar *Anders G Modd - bass guitar

Wolf (comics)
Wolf is a fictional character, a mutant in the Marvel Comics Universe.-Publication history:Wolf first appeared in Captain America #269 , and was created by J. M

Wolf (name)
Wolf is a name that is used as a surname, given name, and a name common among Native Americans and other nations.-Surname:*Alfred Wolf , German-born American navy sailor*Alice Wolf , American politician

Wolf (novel)
Wolf is a young adult novel by Gillian Cross. It was the winner of the Carnegie Medal for 1990.-Plot summary:Cassy, who lives with her grandmother, is awakened by mysterious footsteps one night. The next day, as always when the footsteps are heard, she is sent away to live with her lovely but feckless mother, Goldie, in a squat in London

Wolf (TV series)
Wolf was a 1989 CBS television series starring Jack Scalia and Nicolas Surovy. It featured Scalia as Tony Wolf, a former San Francisco cop turned private detective and Surovy as the district attorney who had caused him to be discharged from the force

Wolf Cub
Wolf Cub may refer to:* the young of the Gray Wolf* an alternative name for Cub Scout* Wolf Cub , Wolf Cub is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe* Wolf & Cub, an Australian band

Wolfe (provincial electoral district)
Wolfe was a provincial electoral district in the province of Quebec, Canada. Located in the Estrie region, it was formed in 1890 from a split of Richmond-Wolfe into two ridings including Richmond

Wolfe (surname)
Wolfe is a surname. It might refer to:Alternate spellings include Wolf, Wolff, Wulf and Woolf.- A :* Alan Wolfe, political scientist and a sociologist* Allison Wolfe, singer* Andy Wolfe, American college basketball player* Ann Wolfe, boxer

Wolfhound
Wolfhound can refer to various breeds of dogs that have been bred to hunt wolves or to established lines of wolf-dog crosses that retain significant characteristics of wolves. Wolf-dog hybrids crossed in recent generations are often referred to as wolfdogs, wolf-dog hybrids or wolf crosses, but not wolfhounds

Wolfram
Wolfram may refer to:* Wolfram, the chemical element tungsten* Wolfram syndrome, genetic condition* Wolfram Research, software company* Wolfram Alpha, interactive Web site

Wolfsbane
Wolfsbane may refer to:* Aconitum, a flowering plant and herb* Wolfsbane , an English heavy metal/hard rock band* Wolfsbane , the 1994 album from Wolfsbane* Wolfsbane , a Marvel Comics superhero

Wolk
Wolk may refer to:* Roman of Ruthenia , Grand Prince of Lithuania, also called Wolk* Wolk

Wolk (surname)
Wolk is a surname, and may refer to:* Lois Wolk, an American politician* Michael Wolk, a filmmaker* Tom "T-Bone" Wolk, a bass guitarist

Wolke
Wolke is a surname, and may refer to:* Kay Rudi Wolke, a member of Instant Clarity* Robert Wolke, a professor of chemistry and author

Wolken
Wolken is a municipality in the district of Mayen-Koblenz in Rhineland-Palatinate, western Germany.

Wollen
Wollen may refer to*Malcolm Wollen, Indian air marshal*Peter Wollen, English film theorist and writer*Philip Wollen, Australian humanitarian philanthropist*William Barnes Wollen, English painter

Wolof
Wolof may refer to:* Wolof Empire, a medieval West African state* Wolof language, a language spoken in Senegal, Gambia, and Mauritania* Wolof people, an ethnic group found in Senegal, Gambia, and Mauritania

Wolverhampton (UK Parliament constituency)
Wolverhampton was a parliamentary constituency centred on the town of Wolverhampton in Staffordshire. It elected two Members of Parliament to the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom.-History:

Wolverine
The wolverine, pronounced , Gulo gulo , also referred to as glutton, carcajou, skunk bear, or quickhatch, is the largest land-dwelling species of the family Mustelidae . It is a stocky and muscular carnivore, more closely resembling a small bear than other mustelids

Wolverine (passenger train)
The Wolverine is a passenger train service operated by Amtrak as part of its Michigan Services. The line provides three daily round-trips along the Pontiac–Detroit–Chicago route

Wolves (album)
Wolves is the debut studio album by Scottish indie rock band My Latest Novel, released on March 6, 2006 on Bella Union/The Worker's Institute

Wolves (book)
Wolves is a children's book by Emily Gravett. In 2005, it won the Kate Greenaway Medal and the Nestlé Children's Book Prize Bronze Award.

Wolves (Idiot Pilot album)
Wolves is the second full length release by Washington duo Idiot Pilot. It was produced by Ross Robinson and Mark Hoppus . The third track, "Retina and the Sky" was also featured on the soundtrack of Michael Bay's film Transformers

Wolves (military)
The Wolves are a special forces branch of the military of the Republic of Macedonia. The Wolves were the primary military force which engaged Albanian militias in the 2001 insurgency in the Republic of Macedonia. The "Wolves" also contributed to coalition forces serving during Operation Iraqi Freedom beginning in 2003 and continued off and on through 2008.

Woman
A woman , pl: women is a female human. The term woman is usually reserved for an adult, with the term girl being the usual term for a female child or adolescent

Woman (1968 film)
Woman is a 1968 three-part South Korean film directed by Kim Ki-young, Jung Jin-woo and Yu Hyun-mok. The film was based on ideas of Kim Ki-young's wife, Kim Yu-bong, and Kim directed the last third.-Synopsis:

Woman (Australian magazine)
Woman or Woman: Incorporating the Woman's Budget was a woman's magazine published in Sydney, Australia by Sungravure. It operated from 1934 to 1954. Issues originally cost three pence each.

Woman (Mike McGear album)
Woman is the first solo album by British musician Mike McGear , brother of ex-Beatle Paul McCartney, who also co-wrote a song, but is credited as a "friend".Roger McGough produced and co-wrote some songs with McGear.

Woman (Paul McCartney song)
"Woman" is a 1966 single by Peter and Gordon, written by Paul McCartney under a pseudonym.-Authorship:Under the Lennon/McCartney moniker, McCartney had written three previous Peter and Gordon singles "Woman" is a 1966 single by Peter and Gordon, written by Paul McCartney under a pseudonym.-Authorship:Under the Lennon/McCartney moniker, McCartney had written three previous Peter and Gordon singles "Woman" is a 1966 single by Peter and Gordon, written by Paul McCartney under a pseudonym.-Authorship:Under the Lennon/McCartney moniker, McCartney had written three previous Peter and Gordon singles (viz

Woman (UK magazine)
Woman is a mainstream weekly title for 30- and 40-something women. Edited by Karen Livermore, it encompasses a mix of celebrity gossip and TV news, real-life stories, and body-confident fashion and beauty tips

Woman (Wolfmother song)
"Woman" is a song by Australian hard rock band Wolfmother, featured on their 2005 debut studio album Wolfmother. It was released as the band's fourth single in Australia on 17 June 2006, and later in the United Kingdom on 17 July

Womaniser
Womaniser or womanizer may refer to:*Womaniser, a promiscuous heterosexual man*"Womanizer" , a 2008 song by Britney Spears

Wombat
Wombats are Australian marsupials; they are short-legged, muscular quadrupeds, approximately in length with a short, stubby tail. They are adaptable in their habitat tolerances, and are found in forested, mountainous, and heathland areas of south-eastern Australia, including Tasmania, as well as an isolated patch of about 300 ha in Epping Forest National Park in central

Women (Def Leppard song)
"Women" is a song released by British hard rock band Def Leppard in 1987 from the album Hysteria. It was the first single release off the album in the United States. The song was also released as a single in Canada and Australia

Women (disambiguation)
-Books:* Women, a 1978 novel by Charles Bukowski* Women , the second book in the Mothers and Daughters graphic by Dave Sim, and the 9th collected Cerebus the Aardvark volume* The Women, a 2009 novel by T.C

Women's Lib (Goodies episode)
Women's Lib is an episode of the British comedy television series The Goodies— a BAFTA-nominated series for Best Light Entertainment Programme.This episode is also known as "Sexual Liberation" and as "Free to Live".

Won
Won or WON may refer to:*The Korean won from 1902–1910:**South Korean won, the currency of the Republic of Korea**North Korean won, the currency of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea* Won , the Korean form of Yuan

Won (album)
After having played the same material for three years, and wondering if new members should still be considered to keep As Friends Rust going, the band decided to record their first full length album. This album is looked upon as their most mainstream album, and also the hardest to accept for older fans

Won (surname)
Won is a Korean family name. As of the South Korean census of 2000, there were total of 120,465 people by this surname, or about .2% of the population. Of these, more than 99% used the hanja for their surname

Wonder
Wonder most commonly refers to:* Wonder , an emotion comparable to surprise that people feel when perceiving something rare or unexpected.Wonder may also refer to:In fiction* Wonder Boys, a 1995 novel by Michael Chabon

Wonder (emotion)
Wonder is an emotion comparable to surprise that people feel when perceiving something very rare or unexpected . It has historically been seen as an important aspect of human nature, specifically being linked with curiosity and the drive behind intellectual exploration

Wonder (song)
"Wonder" is a song by Natalie Merchant, released as the second single from her solo album Tigerlily. The single was released in March 1996, and reached number 20 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts. The covers for the U.S. and Europe singles were different. The single also included live cuts from Merchant's tour.-Peak positions:-End of year charts:

Wonder Woman
Wonder Woman is a DC Comics superheroine created by William Moulton Marston. She first appeared in All Star Comics #8 . The Wonder Woman title has been published by DC Comics almost continuously except for a brief hiatus in 1986.

Wonder Woman (film)
Wonder Woman is a 2009 direct-to-video animated film focusing on the superheroine Wonder Woman. The plot of the film is loosely based on George Pérez' reboot of the character, specifically the "Gods and Mortals" arc that started the character's second volume in 1987. It is the fourth in the line of DC Universe Animated Original Movies released by Warner Premiere and Warner Bros

Wonder Woman (song)
"Wonder Woman" is the first official single from the Trey Songz album Trey Day. The song was written by Trey Songz along with Danja, who also produced the single. "Wonder Woman" was released in early 2007. The video debuted on BET's Access Granted on April 4, 2007. It was directed by Little X

Wonderful
- Albums :* Wonderful , or the title song* Wonderful , or the title song* Wonderful * Wonderful , or the title song- Songs :* "Wonderful"

Wonderful (Adam Ant album)
Wonderful is Adam Ant's fifth solo studio album, the eighth LP overall of his career and at present his most recently released album. It peaked at #143 on the Billboard 200 chart. The band for this album included ex-Ruts drummer Dave Ruffy and Morrissey's guitarist Boz Boorer and Marco Pirroni

Wonderful (Annie Lennox song)
"Wonderful" is a song by Annie Lennox, released as the third and last single from her album Bare in 2004. It was released as a CD single in the United States and only as a promotional single elsewhere. The single topped the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart for a week and became her fifth number one on that chart.No music video was made for this song.-UK CD Single:1

Wonderful (Ja Rule song)
"Wonderful" is the lead single from rapper Ja Rule's 2004 album R.U.L.E.. The song features American pop-R&B singers R. Kelly and Ashanti. Hype Williams directed the music video.

Wonderful (Marques Houston song)
"Wonderful" is the fourth single by Marques Houston's third studio album, Veteran. It's the sixth track on the album. It was premiered on BET Access Grant & Yahoo! Music on July 18, 2007. It peaked at #46 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip Hop Songs. This song was produced by Stereotypes.

Wonderland
-Literature:*Wonderland , the setting of Lewis Carroll's book Alice's Adventures in Wonderland*Wonderland , a 1971 novel by Joyce Carol Oates

Wonderland (1999 film)
Wonderland is a 1999 drama film about the lives of a London couple, their three adult daughters and absent son. Directed by Michael Winterbottom, the film stars Jack Shepherd, Kika Markham, Shirley Henderson, Gina McKee, Molly Parker, John Simm, and Stuart Townsend

Wonderland (adventure game)
Wonderland is a computer text-driven adventure game developed by Magnetic Scrolls and published in 1990 by Virgin Games.-Story:Wonderland is based on Lewis Carroll's classic children's book Alice in Wonderland, with the player taking on the role of Alice

Wonderland (Heidi Klum song)
"Wonderland" is the debut single of German model Heidi Klum. The song was written for a series of television advertisements for the German retailer Douglas. Proceeds from the single were given to a children's charity in her hometown of Bergisch Gladbach. The single was released on iTunes Deutschland and a single released on November 17, 2006 in Germany

Wonderland (song)
"Wonderland" is a single-only release from Scottish band Big Country, released in 1983 between albums. It became a Top Ten hit for them in the UK, peaking at #8, giving the band their third Top 10 entry

WONG
WONG is a radio station licensed to serve Canton, Mississippi. The station is owned by Marion R. Williams. It airs an Urban AC and Gospel music format.

 
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