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Bird dog
A bird dog is a type of gun dog or hunting dog used to hunt or retrieve birds or other small game animals. by tracking their scent in the air. This dog breed has special hunting abilities and they are also trained to retrieve the birds after hunting them down. Bird dogs tend to enjoy the process of hunting and retrieving birds which boosts their efficiency levels

Bird Dog (album)
Bird Dog is an album released in 1987 by The Verlaines. The album is often considered to be The Verlaines best, most introspective piece of work, with songs such as Slow Sad Love Song, Bird Dog and C.D., Jimmy, Jazz and Me all appearing on You're just too obscure for me, the group's only compilation to span their entire career

Bird dog (disambiguation)
A bird dog is a dog used in hunting birds.Bird dog may also be:* Bird dog * Fitness*Bird dog Music:*Bird Dog *"Bird Dog" Vehicles:* Bird Dog, Cessna L-19 or Cessna O-1 Bird Dog airplane

Bird dog (person)
A Bird Dog is: 1. A person who is paid a referral fee for locating and promoting business opportunities for someone else. For example a referral fee, or "bird dog fee", is sometimes used in business

Bird Dog (song)
"Bird Dog" is a song written by Boudleaux Bryant and recorded by The Everly Brothers released in 1958 and was a #1 hit on theBillboard Country Chart . The song also hit number two on the U.S

Bird Flu (song)
"Bird Flu" is an urumee melam song recorded by the Sri Lankan Tamil songwriter M.I.A.. It was released in 2006 and appears on her second studio album Kala, released in 2007.

Bird of Paradise (Snowy White song)
"Bird of Paradise" is the debut single by former Thin Lizzy guitarist Snowy White, from his debut album, White Flames, released in 1983. The single became White's biggest hit, peaking at #6 on the UK Singles Chart in January 1984, remaining on the chart for 11 weeks

Bird of prey
Birds of prey are birds that hunt for food primarily on the wing, using their keen senses, especially vision. They are defined as birds that primarily hunt vertebrates, including other birds. Their talons and beaks tend to be relatively large, powerful and adapted for tearing and/or piercing flesh. In most cases, the females are considerably larger than the males

Bird of Prey (Star Trek)
"Bird of Prey" is a common name for various makes of Romulan and Klingon warships in the Star Trek fictional universe. It is suggested within the series that this commonality derives from interactions between the two groups.

Birdbrain
A birdbrain refers to a stupid person. Often it refers to a person with a short attention span.Birdbrain or bird brain may also refer to:* Birdbrain , an album by Buffalo Tom

Birdbrain (album)
Birdbrain is the second album by Buffalo Tom, released in 1990. Dinosaur Jr mastermind J Mascis once again assisted with production, alongside Sean Slade

Birdbrain (band)
Birdbrain was a Boston, MA post-grunge band that was founded by neighborhood friends in 1992 and dissolved in 1997. They had some success with their song "Youth of America" appearing in the hit film Scream as well as a contribution to The Last Supper” soundtrack with a cover of Paul McCartney’s "Jet".They were formed by guitarist/singer/songwriter Joey

Birds (Elton John song)
"Birds" is a song by Elton John with lyrics by Bernie Taupin. It is the sixth track on the album Songs from the West Coast. The song itself is lyrically beautiful and a typical Taupin-song due to the many metaphors. Musically, it is very influenced by blues and country. After the first two verses, the drum beat kicks in, which in itself has an R&B sound.

Birds (Kate Nash song)
"Birds" was released as the debut double A-side single by singer–songwriter Kate Nash. It was released with the track "Caroline's a Victim" with Moshi Moshi Records, then on her debut album Made of Bricks .

Birds of a Feather (computing)
In computing, BoF can refer to:* An informal discussion group. Unlike special interest groups or working groups, BoFs are informal and often formed in an ad-hoc manner

Birds of a Feather (disambiguation)
Birds of a Feather is a British sitcom that aired from 1989 to 1998.Birds of a Feather may also refer to:* Birds of a Feather , an informal discussion group or session

Birds of a Feather (film)
Birds of a Feather is a 1917 short comedy film featuring Harold Lloyd.-Cast:* Harold Lloyd as Lonesome Luke* Snub Pollard* Bebe Daniels* Gilbert Pratt* Billy Fay* Bud Jamison* Charles Stevenson * Sammy Brooks

Birds of Prey (BoP)
Birds of Prey is a wargame currently published by Ad Astra Games that focuses on dogfighting in the jet age.The game simulates combat using aircraft from the Korean War era to the early 90's. The game spans several generations of Fighter aircraft and features an extremely accurate flight model

Birdsong
Birdsong may refer to:* Bird vocalization, the sounds of birds* Birdsong , a 1993 novel by Sebastian Faulks* Birdsong, Arkansas, USA* Birdsong , a channel on the UK Digital One digital radio multiplex

Birdwatching
Birdwatching or birding is the observation of birds as a recreational activity. It can be done with the naked eye, through a visual enhancement device like binoculars and telescopes, or by listening for bird sounds. Birding often involves a significant auditory component, as many bird species are more readily detected and identified by ear than by eye

Birdy (novel)
Birdy is a 1978 novel by William Wharton.It was Wharton's first published novel, and was published when he was more than 50 years old. It won the National Book Award for first novel, and was made into a film, directed by Alan Parker and starring Matthew Modine and Nicolas Cage.Naomi Wallace, a poet and playwright, adapted Birdy for the stage in 1997.

Birgit
-People:* Birgit Schuurman, Dutch rock singer* Birgit Finnilä, Swedish opera singer* Birgit Fischer, German canoer* Birgit Hogefeld, German RAF terrorist member* Birgit Kähler, German high jumper* Birgit Nilsson, Swedish soprano

Biri
-Places:*Biri, Norway, a village and former municipality in Norway*Biri, Hungary, a village in Hungary*Biri, Northern Samar, a municipality in the Philippines*Biri, India, a village in Jaunpur, India*Block Island, an island town in Rhode Island, -Places:*Biri, Norway, a village and former municipality in Norway*Biri, Hungary, a village in Hungary*Biri, Northern Samar, a municipality in the Philippines*Biri, India, a village in Jaunpur, India*Block Island, an island town in Rhode Island, -Places:*Biri, Norway, a village and former municipality in Norway*Biri, Hungary, a village in Hungary*Biri, Northern Samar, a municipality in the Philippines*Biri, India, a village in Jaunpur, India*Block Island, an island town in Rhode Island, (abbrev

Biri (Hungary)
Biri is a village in Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg county, in the Northern Great Plain region of eastern Hungary.-Geography:It covers an area of and has a population of 1411 people . The region of Biri is especially famous for its large number of ice-cream parlors.

Birk
Birk may refer to:* Birk , a demarcated area with its own laws and privileges, the Bjarkey laws* Reykjavík Airport's ICAO code* Scots language term for a Birch tree.-People with the name:* Ado Birk , Estonian former Prime Minister

Birk (market place)
Birk was during the Scandinavian Middle Ages the name for a demarcated area, especially a town or a market place, with its own laws and privileges, the Bjarkey laws.

Birkenhead (New Zealand electorate)
Birkenhead was a New Zealand Parliamentary electorate, from 1969 to 1996.-Population Centres:This suburban electorate is on the North Shore of Auckland.-History:

Birman (disambiguation)
Birman may refer to:*A breed of cat, Birman, not to be confused with a Burmese .As a surname:* Joan Birman, an American topologist, specializing in braids and knot theory* Joel Birman, a Brazilian psychiatrist and psychotherapist-See also:

Birmingham (disambiguation)
Birmingham is a city in England. It is England's second city, the most populous place with city status in the United Kingdom, and the largest city commonly known as Birmingham.Birmingham can also refer to:- United States :

Biro
Bíró is a Hungarian surname meaning "judge", and may refer to:* A brand of ballpoint pen. In British English the word "biro" is often used as a generic term for any ballpoint pen.* László Bíró, the inventor of the ballpoint pen.

Birotunda
In geometry, a birotunda is the name for several different polyhedra, formed from two rotundas adjoined through their common regular-decagon faces. In an orthobirotunda, one of the two rotundas is placed as the mirror reflection of the other, while in a gyrobirotunda one rotunda is twisted relative to the other

Birr
Birr is a town in County Offaly, Ireland. Once called Parsonstown, after the Parsons family who were local landowners and hereditary Earls of Rosse. It is also a parish in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Killaloe.

Birth
Birth is the act or process of bearing or bringing forth offspring. The offspring is brought forth from the mother. The time of human birth is defined as the time at which the fetus comes out of the mother's womb into the world

Birth Control (film)
Birth Control is a 1917 film produced by and starring Margaret Sanger and describing her family planning work

Birth rate
Crude birth rate is the nativity or childbirths per 1,000 people per year . Another word used interchangeably with "birth rate" is "natality". When the crude birth rate is subtracted from the crude death rate, it reveals the rate of natural increase

Birthday (1977 film)
Birthday is a 1977 full-length Azerbaijani feature film. The film plot is based on Rustam Ibrahimbeyov's short stories "Birthday" and "Business Trip".-Plot:This lyrical psychological film is about true friendship

Birthday (Junior Boys song)
"Birthday" is a song by the Junior Boys, which was the first release by Jeremy Greenspan and Johnny Dark, in 2003 on KIN Records. The single was quickly appreciated by many in the electro pop genre from their native Canada, who along with Tiga were starting to popularize the subtle electronic timbres with pop-centric lyrical delivery.The two B-sides "Unbirthday" and the "Birthday" remix

Birthday (The Crüxshadows EP)
Birthday is a 2007 EP released by The Crüxshadows. It is the second single release from the 2007 album DreamCypher. A fan favorite, the band's wish was granted when it outsold their previous single/EP, Sophia

Birthday (The Sugarcubes song)
"Birthday" is a song written and recorded by Icelandic band The Sugarcubes for their 1988 debut album Life's Too Good. It was their first international single and the first single released from the album

Birthday cake
The birthday cake has been an integral part of the birthday celebrations in Western cultures since the middle of the 19th century. Certain rituals and traditions, such as singing of birthday songs, associated with birthday cakes are common to many Western cultures. The Western tradition of adding lit candles to the top of a birthday cake originates in 18th century America

Birthday party
A birthday party is a party to celebrate the anniversary of one's birth.Birthday Party may also refer to:- Theatre, film, and television :* The Birthday Party , a 1958 play by Harold Pinter

Birthmark
A birthmark is a benign irregularity on the skin which is present at birth or appears shortly after birth, usually in the first month. They can occur anywhere on the skin. Birthmarks are caused by overgrowth of blood vessels, melanocytes, smooth muscle, fat, fibroblasts, or keratinocytes.Dermatologists divide birthmarks into two types

Birthmark (band)
Birthmark are a rock band from Athens, initially formed in 2001 under the name Cuore Nero.-Formation and first years :Birthmark was formed in 2001 in Nea Erythraia, Athens. The three founding members had met in 1999 in a local school's graduation concert

Birthmarks
"Birthmarks" is the fourth episode of the fifth season of House and the ninetieth episode overall. It aired on October 14, 2008.-Plot:

Birthright
Birthright is a term that refers to something that is acquired or inherited at birth. It may further refer to:- Ancient and modern Law :* primogeniture, rights of the firstborn* birthright citizenship- Literature :

Birthright (a-ha song)
"Birthright" was released as a promo single in Norway at the end of October.It features only the track "Birthright" and comes in a card wallet style sleeve. The cover of the sleeve features a shot of the band against a grey background, taken from the same photo-shoot as the photo used on the album cover

Birthright (band)
Birthright was a vegan straight-edge band in existence during the mid to late 1990s. It was based in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States.-Band history:

Birthright (Diablo novel)
Birthright is a 2006 novel written by Richard A. Knaak and is the first novel in the Diablo trilogy, The Sin War. The novel introduces Lilith.- Plot introduction :Birthright takes place before the games Diablo, and Diablo II take place

Biru (township)
Biru is a town in and the seat of Biru County, eastern Tibet Autonomous Region, Western China. It lies at an altitude of around .

Biscuit
A biscuit is a baked, edible, and commonly flour-based product. The term is used to apply to two distinctly different products in North America and the Commonwealth Nations.

Bisect
Bisection is the general activity of dividing something into two equal parts.Bisect may mean:*bisection, in geometry, dividing something into two equal parts* bisection of earthworms to study regeneration

Bisexuality
Bisexuality is sexual behavior or an orientation involving physical or romantic attraction to both males and females, especially with regard to men and women. It is one of the three main classifications of sexual orientation, along with a heterosexual and a homosexual orientation, all a part of the heterosexual–homosexual continuum

Bishkek
Bishkek , formerly Pishpek and Frunze, is the capital and the largest city of Kyrgyzstan.Bishkek is also the administrative centre of Chuy Province which surrounds the city, even though the city itself is not part of the province but rather a province-level unit of Kyrgyzstan.The name is thought to derive from a Kyrgyz word for a churn

Bishop
A bishop is an ordained or consecrated member of the Christian clergy who is generally entrusted with a position of authority and oversight. Within the Catholic Church, Eastern Orthodox, Oriental Orthodox Churches, in the Assyrian Church of the East, in the Independent Catholic Churches, and in the Anglican churches, bishops claim apostolic succession, a direct historical lineage dating

Bishop (band)
Bishop, until 1999 known as Dead Bishop is a musical group from Albany, New York in the United States. The band is a three piece composed of "three brothers from the same mother," as is claimed on the band's . The band as a whole has been playing together since 1999, however elder brothers Tommy and Rocky have been playing together since the late 1980s

Bishop (Catholic Church)
In the Catholic Church, a bishop is an ordained minister who holds the fullness of the sacrament of Holy Orders and is responsible for teaching the Catholic faith and ruling the Church.

Bishop (surname)
Bishop is a surname. Notable persons with that surname include:* Amanda Bishop, Australian actress* Andy Bishop , English footballer* Anne Bishop, American novelist of fantasy fiction* Arthur Ernest Bishop

Bishopric
Bishopric may refer to:*An Episcopal see.*Diocese an ecclesiastical region run by a bishop in the Roman Catholic, Orthodox Christian, Anglican and some Lutheran churches.

Bismarck (board game)
A 1962 game from Avalon Hill centered around the hunt for the KMS Bismarck and the KMS Prinz Eugen in mid-1941. The game has some similarities to game Battleship, with both players having a hidden map-board and calling out coordinates to locate their opponent. The game was designed by Thomas Shaw, Charles S

Bismuth
Bismuth is a chemical element with symbol Bi and atomic number 83. Bismuth, a trivalent poor metal, chemically resembles arsenic and antimony. Elemental bismuth may occur naturally uncombined, although its sulfide and oxide form important commercial ores. The free element is 86% as dense as lead

Bison
Members of the genus Bison are large, even-toed ungulates within the subfamily Bovinae. Two extant and four extinct species are recognized

Caparo Industries Plc. v Dickman
Caparo Industries plc v Dickman [1990] is a leading English tort law case on the test for a duty of care. The House of Lords, following the Court of Appeal, set out a "three-fold test"

Cape Breton University
Cape Breton University , formerly the "University College of Cape Breton" , is a Canadian university in Nova Scotia's Cape Breton Regional Municipality.

Cape Canaveral
Cape Canaveral, from the Spanish Cabo Cañaveral, is a headland in Brevard County, Florida, United States, near the center of the state's Atlantic coast. Known as Cape Kennedy from 1963 to 1973, it lies east of Merritt Island, separated from it by the Banana River.It is part of a region known as the Space Coast, and is the site of the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station

Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Launch Complex 41
Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Space Launch Complex 41 , previously Launch Complex 41 , is an active launch site at the north end of Cape Canaveral, Florida. The site is currently used by United Launch Alliance for Atlas V launches

Cape Coast Castle
Cape Coast Castle is a fortification in Ghana built by Swedish traders. The first timber construction on the site was erected in 1653 for the Swedish Africa Company and named Carolusborg after King Charles X of Sweden. It was later rebuilt in stone.

Cape Cod
Cape Cod, often referred to locally as simply the Cape, is a cape in the easternmost portion of the state of Massachusetts, in the Northeastern United States

Cape Colony
The Cape Colony, part of modern South Africa, was established by the Dutch East India Company in 1652, with the founding of Cape Town. It was subsequently occupied by the British in 1795 when the Netherlands were occupied by revolutionary France, so that the French revolutionaries could not take possession of the Cape with its important strategic location

Cape Dorset, Nunavut
Cape Dorset is an Inuit hamlet located on Dorset Island near Foxe Peninsula at the southern tip of Baffin Island in the Qikiqtaaluk Region of Nunavut, Canada

Cape Fear River
The Cape Fear River is a long blackwater river in east central North Carolina in the United States. It flows into the Atlantic Ocean near Cape Fear, from which it takes its name. The overall water quality of the river is continuously measured and monitored by and conducted by the , , and the

Cape Fur Seal
The brown fur seal , also known as the Cape fur seal, South African fur seal and the Australian fur seal is a species of fur seal.-Description:

Cape Horn
Cape Horn is the southernmost headland of the Tierra del Fuego archipelago of southern Chile, and is located on the small Hornos Island

Cape Malays
The Cape Malay community is an ethnic group or community in South Africa. It derives its name from the present-day Western Cape of South Africa and the people originally from Maritime Southeast Asia, mostly Javanese from modern-day Indonesia, a Dutch colony for several centuries, and Dutch Malacca, which the Dutch held from 1641 - 1824

Cape Palliser
Cape Palliser is a promontory on the southern coast of New Zealand's North Island and the southernmost point of the North Island - it is in fact considerably further south than Nelson or Blenheim in the South Island.

Cape Town
Cape Town is the second-most populous city in South Africa, and the provincial capital and primate city of the Western Cape. As the seat of the National Parliament, it is also the legislative capital of the country. It forms part of the City of Cape Town metropolitan municipality

Cape York Peninsula
Cape York Peninsula is a large remote peninsula located in Far North Queensland at the tip of the state of Queensland, Australia, the largest unspoilt wilderness in northern Australia and one of the last remaining wilderness areas on Earth

Cape-Cairo railway
The Cape to Cairo Railway is an uncompleted project to cross Africa from south to north by rail. This plan was initiated at the end of the 18th century, during the time of colonial rule, largely under the vision of Cecil Rhodes, in the attempt to connect adjacent African possessions of the British Empire through a continuous line from Cape Town, South Africa to Cairo, Egypt

Caper
Capparis spinosa, the caper bush, is a perennial winter-deciduous species that bears rounded, fleshy leaves and large white to pinkish-white flowers. A caper is also the pickled bud of this plant

Capezio
Capezio is the trading name of Capezio Ballet Makers Inc, a specialist manufacturer of dance shoes, apparel and accessories.-History:Ballet Makers, Inc., of Totowa, New Jersey, was founded in 1887 by Salvatore Capezio.

Capgemini
Capgemini is a French global IT services company, one of the world's largest management consulting, outsourcing and professional services companies with a staff of 114,274 operating in 40 countries. It is headquartered in Paris and was founded in 1967 by Serge Kampf, the current chairman, in Grenoble, France

Capilano Mall
Capilano Mall is a shopping mall in the City of North Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada. It is located on Marine Drive, near the city's western border with the District of North Vancouver

Capillary
Capillaries are the smallest of a body's blood vessels and are parts of the microcirculation. They are only 1 cell thick. These microvessels, measuring 5-10 μm in diameter, connect arterioles and venules, and enable the exchange of water, oxygen, carbon dioxide, and many other nutrient and waste chemical substances between blood and surrounding tissues

Capillary electrophoresis
Capillary electrophoresis , also known as capillary zone electrophoresis , can be used to separate ionic species by their charge and frictional forces and hydrodynamic radius. In traditional electrophoresis, electrically charged analytes move in a conductive liquid medium under the influence of an electric field

Capital Airlines
Capital Airlines was an airline serving the eastern United States that merged into United Airlines in 1961. Its primary hubs were National Airport near Washington, DC, and Allegheny County Airport near Pittsburgh. In the 1950s it was the largest US domestic carrier after the Big Four . Its headquarters was Washington, DC.-Predecessors:Clifford A

Capital budgeting
Capital budgeting is the planning process used to determine whether an organization's long term investments such as new machinery, replacement machinery, new plants, new products, and research development projects are worth pursuing

Capital punishment
Capital punishment, the death penalty, or execution is the sentence of death upon a person by the state as a punishment for an offence. Crimes that can result in a death penalty are known as capital crimes or capital offences. The term capital originates from the Latin capitalis, literally "regarding the head"

Capital punishment (disambiguation)
Capital punishment can mean:* Capital punishment, the legal sentence* Capital Punishment by the rapper Big Pun* Capitol Punishment: The Megadeth Years, an album by Megadeth

Capital Talk
Capital Talk is a popular current events debate television program hosted by Hamid Mir that airs on GEO News.From its website: As Pakistan is a country where with advent of new day we see a new political development so it brings into forefront those political developments in such a manner so that it is conveyed to the common man in a simple manner. -Format:The format of the show

Capital Traction Company
The Capital Traction Company was the smaller of the two major street railway companies in Washington, D.C. in the early 20th Century. It was formed through a merger of the Rock Creek Railway and the Washington and Georgetown Railroad Company in 1895. The company ran streetcars from Georgetown; Capitol Hill; Chevy Chase, MD; the Armory and Mt. Pleasant

Capitalism
Capitalism is an economic system that became dominant in the Western world following the demise of feudalism. There is no consensus on the precise definition nor on how the term should be used as a historical category

Capitalism and Schizophrenia
Capitalism and Schizophrenia is a two-volume theoretical work by the French authors Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari. Its volumes, published eight years apart, are Anti-Oedipus and A Thousand Plateaus .

Capitol Hill, Washington, D.C.
Capitol Hill, aside from being a metonym for the United States Congress, is the largest historic residential neighborhood in Washington D.C., stretching easterly in front of the United States Capitol along wide avenues

Capitoline Wolf
The Capitoline Wolf is a bronze sculpture of a she-wolf suckling twin infants, inspired by the legend of the founding of Rome. According to the legend, when Numitor, grandfather of the twins Romulus and Remus, was overthrown by his brother Amulius, the usurper ordered the twins to be cast into the Tiber River

Cappuccino
A cappuccino is an Italian coffee drink prepared with espresso, hot milk, and steamed-milk foam. The name comes from the Capuchin friars, referring to the colour of their habits.- Definition :

Cappy (juice)
Cappy is a fruit juice and fruit-flavored soft drink brand in Central and Eastern Europe, now owned by The Coca-Cola Company.- Products :A new juice variant called Cappy Selectii was introduced in 2003 in response to local demand for premium products and natural flavors. It contains more than 99 percent natural juice and no added sugar

Capra (genus)
Capra is a genus of mammals, the goats or wild goats, composed of up to nine species including the wild goat, the markhor and several species known as ibex.

Capri
Capri is an Italian island in the Tyrrhenian Sea off the Sorrentine Peninsula, on the south side of the Gulf of Naples, in the Campania region of Southern Italy

Capri Sun
Capri Sun is a brand of juice concentrate drink owned by the German Company WILD and sold in silver pouches. It was developed by Rudolf Wild in 1966 in Germany, where Capri Sonne has been a registered trademark since 1952. Capri Sun has been distributed in the United States since 1981. Kraft Foods is a licensed production partner for North America

Capricornus
Capricornus is one of the constellations of the zodiac; it is often called Capricorn, especially when referring to the corresponding astrological sign. Its name is Latin for "horned male goat" or "goat horn", and it is commonly represented in the form of a sea-goat: a mythical creature that is half goat, half fish

Caprivi Liberation Army
Caprivi Liberation Army is a Namibian rebel and separatist group which was established in 1994 to separate the Caprivi Strip, a region mainly inhabited by the Lozi people. It operates only in the Caprivi strip.-Background:

Caprivi Strip
Caprivi, sometimes called the Caprivi Strip , Caprivi Panhandle or the Okavango Strip and formally known as Itenge, is a narrow protrusion of Namibia eastwards about , between Botswana to the south, Angola and Zambia to the north, and Okavango Region to the west. Caprivi is bordered by the Okavango, Kwando, Chobe and Zambezi rivers

Caproni
thumb|right|300px|[[Caproni Ca.316]] seaplane at its moorings.Caproni was an Italian aircraft manufacturer founded in 1908 by Giovanni Battista "Gianni" Caproni.

CAPS United
CAPS United F.C. is a Zimbabwean soccer club based in Harare.Formed in 1973, the team rose to prominence in the late 1970s and early eighties when it was home to some of the finest ever Zimbabwean players. These include the feted striker Shacky "Mr

Capsaicin
Capsaicin 2CHCH=CH4CONHCH2C6H3-4--3- ) is the active component of chili peppers, which are plants belonging to the genus Capsicum. It is an irritant for mammals, including humans, and produces a sensation of burning in any tissue with which it comes into contact

Capsela
Capsela is a construction toy consisting primarily of spherical plastic capsules which may be connected to form various toys that can be static or moving and suitable for land or water. The capsules usually have six hollow octagonal connectors pointing out, where an octagonal sleeve piece bridges between two capsules

Capsicum annuum
Capsicum annuum is a domesticated species of the plant genus Capsicum native to southern North America and northern South America. The three species C. annuum, C. frutescens and C. chinense all evolved from a single common ancestor located somewhere in the northwest Brazil - Colombia area

Capstan
Capstan may refer to:*Capstan , a rotating machine used to control or apply force to another element*Capstan , rotating spindles used to move recording tape through the mechanism of a tape recorder

Captain Blood (novel)
Captain Blood: His Odyssey is an adventure novel by Rafael Sabatini, originally published in 1922.- Synopsis :The protagonist is the sharp-witted Dr

Captain Fathom
Captain Fathom was an animated television series produced in 1965 by Cambria Studios. Like Cambria's other productions, Clutch Cargo and Space Angel, it was produced in Synchro-Vox. 18 30-minute episodes, all in color, were filmed. The episodes could be broken down into 5 6-minute segments in cliffhanger format

Captain Jack Sparrow
Jack Sparrow is a fictional character and the central protagonist in the Pirates of the Caribbean film series created by screenwriters Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio, portrayed by Johnny Depp. He is first introduced in the film Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl

Captain Jacobs
Captain Jacobs was a Delaware chief during the French and Indian War. His real name was Tewea; he was called "Captain Jacobs" by a Pennsylvania settler who purchased land from him and thought he resembled another person by that name. He is best known as the Native American leader during the Kittanning Expedition in 1756

Captain Midnight
Captain Midnight is a U.S. adventure franchise first broadcast as a radio serial from 1938 to 1949. Sponsored by the Skelly Oil Company, the radio program was the creation of radio scripters Wilfred G. Moore and Robert M

Captain Nemo
Captain Nemo, also known as Prince Dakkar, is a fictional character featured in Jules Verne's novels Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea and The Mysterious Island .

Captain Nemo and the Underwater City
Captain Nemo and the Underwater City is a 1969 British film, featuring the character Captain Nemo and some of the settings of Jules Verne's novel Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea. It was written by Pip and Jane Baker and stars Robert Ryan as Nemo.

Captain of industry
"Captain of industry" was a term originally used in the United Kingdom during the Industrial Revolution describing a business leader whose means of amassing a personal fortune contributes positively to the country in some way.

Captain Thunderbolt
Frederick Wordsworth Ward was an Australian bushranger renowned for escaping from Cockatoo Island, and also for his reputation as the "gentleman bushranger" and his lengthy survival, being the longest roaming bushranger in Australian history.-Early years:Frederick Ward was the son of convict Michael Ward and his

Captive breeding
Captive breedingis the process of breeding animals in human controlled environments with restricted settings, such as wildlife reserves, zoos and other conservation facilities; sometimes the process is construed to include release of individual organisms to the wild, when there is sufficient natural habitat to support new individuals or when the threat to the species in the wild is

Captivity (animal)
Animals that live under human care are in captivity. Captivity can be used as a generalizing term to describe the keeping of either domesticated animals or wild animals. This may include for example farms, private homes and zoos

Capture and rescue of Jemima Boone
The capture and rescue of Jemima Boone and the Callaway girls is a famous incident in the early history of Kentucky and a celebrated event of Daniel Boone's life. James Fenimore Cooper created a fictionalized version of the episode in his classic book The Last of the Mohicans

Capture of Fort Ticonderoga
The Capture of Fort Ticonderoga occurred during the American Revolutionary War on May 10, 1775, when a small force of Green Mountain Boys led by Ethan Allen and Colonel Benedict Arnold overcame a small British garrison at the fort and looted the personal belongings of the garrison

Capture the flag
Capture the Flag is a traditional outdoor sport generally played by children, where two teams each have a flag and the objective is to capture the other team's flag, located at the team's "base," and bring it safely back to their own base

Capua
Capua is a city and comune in the province of Caserta, Campania, southern Italy, situated 25 km north of Naples, on the northeastern edge of the Campanian plain. Ancient Capua was situated where Santa Maria Capua Vetere is now

Capuchin monkey
The capuchins are New World monkeys of the genus Cebus. The range of capuchin monkeys includes Central America and South America as far south as northern Argentina

Caput succedaneum
Caput succedaneum is a neonatal condition involving a serosanguinous, subcutaneous, extraperiosteal fluid collection with poorly defined margins caused by the pressure of the presenting part of the scalp against the dilating cervix during delivery.It involves bleeding below the scalp and above the periosteum.-Symptoms:Caput succedaneum presents as a

Car boot sale
Car boot/trunk sales or boot/trunk fairs are a mainly British form of market in which private individuals come together to sell household and garden goods.The term refers to the selling of items from a car's boot or trunk

Car condo
Like a traditional condominium, a car condo is real estate where the owner owns or leases the unit where the car is stored. The common areas of the car condo building are jointly owned by all the tenants and the car condo owner pays a monthly maintenance fee for their use.Many Car Condos are allowing usage of the units for more than just storage

Car dealership
A car dealership or vehicle local distribution is a business that sells new or used cars at the retail level, based on a dealership contract with an automaker or its sales subsidiary. It employs automobile salespeople to do the selling

Car handling
Automobile handling and vehicle handling are descriptions of the way wheeled vehicles perform transverse to their direction of motion, particularly during cornering and swerving. It also includes their stability when moving at rest. Handling and braking are the major components of a vehicle's "active" safety

Car safety
Automobile safety is the study and practice of vehicle design, construction, and equipment to minimize the occurrence and consequences of automobile accidents. Automobile safety is the study and practice of vehicle design, construction, and equipment to minimize the occurrence and consequences of automobile accidents. Automobile safety is the study and practice of vehicle design, construction, and equipment to minimize the occurrence and consequences of automobile accidents. (Road traffic safety more broadly includes roadway design. One of the first formal academic studies into improving car safety was by Cornell Aeronautical Labs of Buffalo, New York