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WRAP (AM)
WRAP was the first radio station in the Central Florida area. It was licensed from March 10, 1923 through September 7, 1923.

Wrap (filmmaking)
Wrap is a phrase used by the director in the early days of the film industry to signal the end of filming. Nowadays, the call is more commonly "that's a wrap!"

Wraparound
The wraparound process is an intensive, individualized care management process for youths with serious or complex needs. Wraparound was initially developed in the 1980s as a means for maintaining youth with the most serious emotional and behavioral problems in their home and community

Wrapped (George Strait song)
"Wrapped" is the title of a song written by Bruce Robison. First recorded on his 1998 album Wrapped, then by Kelly Willis on her 1998 album What I Deserve, it was later covered by American country-music artist George Strait on his 2006 album It Just Comes Natural

Wrapped (Gloria Estefan song)
"Wrapped" is a song written by the Peruvian singer and songwriter Gian Marco and sung by Gloria Stefan, released as the first single from her tenth studio album Unwrapped

Wrapped (magazine)
Wrapped is an alternative lifestyle magazine from Africa that caters for the entire LGBT community and is not gender-dominated.Originally launched in 2004. Ladies And Ladders purchased the magazine early in 2006

Wrapper
Wrapper generally refers to a type of packaging, such as a flat sheet made out of paper, cellophane or plastic to enclose an object.Wrapper may also refer to:* Wrapper , a woman's garment which is worn over nightwear or lingerie

Wrapping
In computing, wrapping is when a variable that exceeds its maximum value returns to its minimum value and vice-versa. Many high-level programming languages avoid wrapping by giving an arithmetic overflow error if this occurs.

Wrapping
*Buddy wrapping, the act of bandaging a damaged finger or toe together with a healthy one*Mandrel wrapping, a technique used to modify the modal distribution of a propagating optical signal in multimode fiber optics

Wrapping Paper
"Wrapping Paper" is a song with music composed by Jack Bruce and lyrics by Pete Brown, performed by Cream and originally released as a single in 1966 with "Cat's Squirrel" as the B side. It is featured on The Very Best of Cream

Wrasse
The wrasses are a family, Labridae, of marine fish, many of which are brightly colored. The family is large and diverse, with over 600 species in 82 genera, which are divided into nine subgroups or tribes.

Wrath (comics)
The Wrath is the name of two fictional comic book supervillains published by DC Comics. The original Wrath debuted in Batman Special #1 , and was created by Mike W. Barr and Michael Golden

Wreath
A wreath is an assortment of flowers, leaves, fruits, twigs and/or various materials that is constructed to resemble a ring. They are used typically as Christmas decorations to symbolize the coming of Christ, also known as the Advent season in Christianity. They are also used as festive headdresses as attire in ceremonial events in many cultures around the globe

Wreath (attire)
A wreath is a headdress made from leaves, grasses, flowers or branches. It is typically worn in festive occasions and on holy days and has a long history and association with ancient pageants and ceremonies. Outside of occasional use, the wreath can also used as a crown

Wreck
Wreck may refer to:* Wreck, a ceremony of initiation into the 40 et 8 club* Wreck , an American indie rock band* A collision of an automobile, aircraft or other vehicle* Shipwreck, the remains of a ship after a crisis at sea

Wreckage
Wreckage is the first album by British DJ/producer Overseer. Most of its tracks have been featured in an advertisement, film, video game, trailer, or television show.- Track listing :# "Slayed"# "Stompbox"# "Supermoves"# "Velocity Shift"

Wreckage (EP)
Wreckage is a 1997 EP by Swedish metal band Entombed. It contains two versions of the title-track and 4 covers.-Track listing:-Personnel:* Lars Göran Petrov - vocals* Jörgen Sandström - bass* Nicke Andersson - drums* Uffe Cederlund - guitar

Wreckage (Transformers)
Wreckage is the name of three fictional characters in the various Transformers universes.-Transformers: Armada:Wreckage was the name of a Mini-Con that transformed into a green missile tank

Wrecked
Wrecked is a 1996 album released by Raymond Watts . Wrecked was originally released in Japan in 1996, and was later released in the United States on September 16, 1997 by Wax Trax/TVT Records. Each release is different, with different track run times, as well as different tracks present. A promotional video for 'Everything' exists, but remains unreleased outside Japan

Wrecker
The Wrecker, wrecker or wrecking may refer to:* Wrecking is the practice of taking valuables from a shipwreck which has foundered near or close to shore* Wrecker is a Marvel Comics supervillain

Wrecks
Wrecks is a one-man play by Neil LaBute, that was commissioned and produced by the Everyman Palace Theatre in Cork, Ireland. The play was a part of the city's Capital of Culture programme in 2005. It made its American debut at the Public Theater in New York City in 2006. Both productions starred Ed Harris and were directed by LaBute

Wren
The wrens are passerine birds in the mainly New World family Troglodytidae. There are approximately 80 species of true wrens in approximately 20 genera.

Wren (character)
Wren is the main character in the Wren books by Sherwood Smith. The three books in this series are Wren to the Rescue, Wren's Quest, and Wren's War. A fourth book, Wren Journeymage, has been written, but it is yet to be published.

Wrench (comics)
Wrench is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe. He is a member of Team America/Thunderiders.-Publication history:Wrench first appeared in Team America #2 , and was created by Bill Mantlo and Mike Vosburg.

Wrench (disambiguation)
Wrench may refer to:*Wrench or Spanner , a hand tool*Wrench , a fictional character in the Marvel Universe*Wrench *Wrench Records, a record label*Wrench in screw theory in applied mathematics and physics

Wrestlers (sculpture)
The Wrestlers — also known as The Two Wrestlers , The Uffizi Wrestlers or The Pancrastinae — is a famous Roman marble sculpture after a lost Greek original of the third century BCE, now in the Uffizi collection in Florence, Italy-Description, style and authorship:The two young men are engaged in the sport called Pankration, a kind of wrestling

Wrestling
Wrestling is a form of grappling type techniques such as clinch fighting, throws and takedowns, joint locks, pins and other grappling holds. A wrestling bout is a physical competition, between two competitors or sparring partners, who attempt to gain and maintain a superior position

Wretch
Wretch may refer to:*Wretch , an album by Kyuss*Wretch , a Taiwanese web log community.*Wretch, a song from the Protest the Hero album Fortress

Wretched
Wretched was a hardcore punk band from Milan, Italy. Along with other bands such as Indigesti, they formed the basis of the hardcore scene in Italy during the 1980s. Their music was usually fast-paced with violent and dark lyrics.From Kill From The Heart:

Wretched
Wretched may refer to:*Wretched *Wretched *"The Wretched", a song by The Word Alive from their album, Deceiver*The Wretched, an English translation of Les Misérables

Wretched (doom band)
Wretched were a doom metal band from Maryland during the 1990s.-Biography:Wretched was one of many Maryland doom bands to be picked up by Hellhound Records in the early 90s. The band put out three albums on Hellhound before disbanding. Singer Dave Sherman would go on to play bass in Spirit Caravan and sing in Earthride

Wright
Wright is an occupational surname originating in England. The term Wright comes from the circa 700 AD Old English word "wryhta" or "wyrhta", meaning worker or shaper of wood. Later it became any occupational worker , and is used as a British family name

Wright (disambiguation)
Wright an occupational surname originating in England, meaning worker or shaper of wood.Wright or Wrights may also refer to:-Places:United States*Wright, Florida*Wright, Kansas*Wright, Minnesota*Wright, New York*Wright, Wyoming

Wringer (disambiguation)
A wringer a mechanical laundry aid.Wringer may also refer to:* Wringer , a stage magic trick* Wringer , a Newbery Honor–winning 1998 novel

Wringer (novel)
Wringer is a Newbery Honor-winning 1997 young adult novel by Jerry Spinelli.-Plot introduction:When Palmer LaRue turns nine , it is traditional to wring wounded pigeons shot at the annual Family Fest Pigeon Shooting Day. One day, a pigeon taps at Palmer's window. He names the pigeon Nipper, but keeps his existence a secret

Wrinkle
A wrinkle is a fold, ridge or crease in the skin. Skin wrinkles typically appear as a result of aging processes such as glycation or, temporarily, as the result of prolonged immersion in water. Wrinkling in the skin is caused by habitual facial expressions, aging, sun damage, smoking, poor hydration, and various other factors

Wrinkles (radio series)
Wrinkles was a radio comedy series produced and broadcast in the United Kingdom by BBC Radio 4 for two series of six episodes each in 1980 and 1981

Wrist
In human anatomy, the wrist is variously defined as 1) the carpus or carpal bones, the complex of eight bones forming the proximal skeletal segment of the hand;

Write once
Write once may refer to:* Write once, run anywhere, a slogan for the cross-platform benefits of Java* Write once, compile anywhere, a slogan for the cross-platform benefits of C

Write out
A write out is a punishment used in schools in which a misbehaving student must write something out. It is different to writing lines as, instead of writing something out a number of times, the student might write out a page, chapter or paragraph of their schoolbook, workbook or novel

Write-off
The term write-off describes a reduction in recognized value. In accounting terminology, it refers to recognition of the reduced or zero value of an asset. In income tax statements, it refers to a reduction of taxable income as recognition of certain expenses required to produce the income

Writer's block
Writer's block is a condition, primarily associated with writing as a profession, in which an author loses the ability to produce new work. The condition varies widely in intensity. It can be trivial, a temporary difficulty in dealing with the task at hand. At the other extreme, some "blocked" writers have been unable to work for years on end, and some have even abandoned their careers

Writer's Block
Writer's Block is a cover album released by the melodic hardcore band Evergreen Terrace in 2004. It contains mostly covers of songs that influenced the band. The band wrote this in their CD:

Writer's Block (album)
Writer's Block is an album by Peter Bjorn and John.The track "Young Folks" was ranked at #5 on Pitchfork Media's list of the top 100 songs of 2006 after they gave it a track review of three out of five stars on July 19, 2006

Writer's block (disambiguation)
Writer's block is a phenomenon involving the temporary loss of ability to write.Writer's block may also refer to:* Writer's Block , 2004* Writer's Block , 2006

Writer's Block (Just Jack song)
"Writer's Block" is a single by UK artist Just Jack which was recorded in 2006. It reached 74 in the UK Singles Chart in June 2007.The spoken word sample at the beginning of the track is taken from an interview given by Mary Rand to the BBC at the 1964 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

Writhe
In knot theory, the writhe is a property of an oriented link diagram. The writhe is the total number of positive crossings minus the total number of negative crossings.

Writing desk
A writing desk or bureau acts as a kind of compact office. Traditionally, a writing desk is for writing letters by hand. It usually has a top that closes to hide current work, which makes the room containing it look tidy, maintains privacy, and protects the work. The closing top may contain several joints so that it can roll closed, or may simply fold closed

Writing paper
Printing and writing papers are paper grades used for newspapers, magazines, catalogs, books, commercial printing, business forms, stationeries, copying and digital printing. About 1/3 of the total pulp and paper marked is printing and writing papers.

Wrong
A wrong or being wrong is a concept in law, ethics, epistemology, and science. In a colloquial sense, wrongness usually refers to a state of incorrectness, inaccuracy, error, or miscalculation in any number of contexts

Wrong (song)
"Wrong" is the second single from American Idol finalist, Kimberley Locke, from her One Love album. The song was written by Kaci and Tiffany Arbuckle Lee

Wrong number
A misdialed call or wrong number is a telephone call to an incorrect telephone number. This may occur because the number has been physically misdialed, the number is simply incorrect, or because the area code or ownership of the number has changed

Wrought
Wrought is a band based in the town of Fayetteville, Arkansas; it was formed on Halloween of 2004, but played its first venue on March 22, 2005. Wrought's merging of vocals, solos and rhythms over a southern-metal hump has proven to be popular with heavy metal fans

Wryneck
The wrynecks are a small but distinctive group of small Old World woodpeckers.Like the true woodpeckers, wrynecks have large heads, long tongues which they use to extract their insect prey and zygodactyl feet, with two toes pointing forward, and two backwards

WSJ (disambiguation)
WSJ may refer to:* The Wall Street Journal, a US newspaper specializing in financial news* WSJ., a magazine by the US newspaper debuting on September 6, 2008* Weekly Shonen Jump, a Japanese manga compilation

WSW
WSW may refer to:*WSW, the SAME code for a Winter Storm Warning*Wall Street Week, a business show on the US Public Broadcasting Service *War§ow, a video game*West-Southwest, a compass point for "Boxing the compass"

WTAI
WTAI may refer to:*WTAI , a radio station licensed to Union City, Tennessee, United States*Wireless Telephony Applications Interface in the List of telephony terminology*Where the Action Is television show

WTC
WTC is an initialism which may stand for:*World Trade Center in New York, a seven-building complex in Lower Manhattan that was destroyed in the September 11, 2001 attacks**World Trade Center a series of World Trade Centers

WULA
WNRA is a radio station licensed to serve Eufaula, Alabama. The station is owned by Big Fish Broadcasting, LLC. It airs a Sports radio format. The station derives most of its programming from the ESPN Radio network.

Wulf (disambiguation)
Wulf is a German family name.Wulf or Wulff may also be used for:*Wulf , a character in J. R. R. Tolkien's fantasy writings*Wulf , a fictional werewolf-like character from Danny Phantom

Wunderkind (song)
"Wunderkind" is a song written and recorded by Alanis Morissette, and produced by Mike Elizondo for the soundtrack of the 2005 film The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe-Background:

Wunderlich
Wunderlich may refer to:* 20347 Wunderlich, a main-belt asteroid* Wunderlich , vacuum tube radio detector from the early 1930s* Wunderlich Intermediate School, Klein Independent School District, Texas, USA

 
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