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object:7.5.51 - Light
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Light
Light, endless Light! darkness has room no more,
Life's ignorant gulfs give up their secrecy:
The huge inconscient depths unplumbed before
Lie glimmering in vast expectancy.

Light, timeless Light immutable and apart!
The holy sealed mysterious doors unclose.

Light, burning Light from the Infinite's diamond heart
Quivers in my heart where blooms the deathless rose.

Light in its rapture leaping through the nerves!
Light, brooding Light! each smitten passionate cell
In a mute blaze of ecstasy preserves
A living sense of the Imperishable.

I move in an ocean of stupendous Light
Joining my depths to His eternal height.




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Wikipedia - Boston University -- Private research university in Boston, Massachusetts, US
Wikipedia - Bosun's chair -- Seat used to suspend a person working at height
Wikipedia - BOSU -- Rubber half-sphere used for fitness training
Wikipedia - Boswellia papyrifera -- Species of African plant commonly used for incense
Wikipedia - Botallack Manor -- Listed house in Cornwall
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Wikipedia - Boudinage -- Structures in rock caused by extension
Wikipedia - Boughton Monchelsea Place -- Grade I listed English country house in the United Kingdom
Wikipedia - Boulder Bank Lighthouse -- Lighthouse in New Zealand
Wikipedia - Bourbeuse River -- River in Missouri, US
Wikipedia - Bourbon Reforms -- Set of economic and political legislation promulgated by the Spanish Crown under various kings of the House of Bourbon, mainly in the 18th century
Wikipedia - Bourne House, East Woodhay -- House in Hampshire, England
Wikipedia - Bourtzwiller -- Quarter of Mulhouse, Alsace, France
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Wikipedia - Bovine viral diarrhea -- Significant economic disease of cattle caused by two species of Pestivirus
Wikipedia - Bowden cable -- Flexible cable used to transmit force
Wikipedia - Bowen's Court -- Historic county house in Ireland
Wikipedia - Bowers railway station -- Disused railway station in West Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Bowing in Japan -- Custom in Japan, used as a salutation, a form of reverence, an apology or expression of gratitude
Wikipedia - Bowing in the Eastern Orthodox Church -- Different kinds of bows used in an Eastern Orthodox worship service
Wikipedia - Bowline -- Simple knot used to form a fixed loop at the end of a rope
Wikipedia - Bowling Junction railway station -- Disused railway station in West Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Bowling railway station (England) -- Disused railway station in West Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Bow (music) -- stick-shaped implement with hairs used to play a string musical instrument
Wikipedia - Boxcar -- Enclosed railroad car used to carry freight
Wikipedia - Box -- Typically cuboid or rectangular container used for the transport or storage of objects
Wikipedia - Boycott of Maryland's 1st District -- Regional business boycott to protest legislation led by its U.S. House representative
Wikipedia - Boydell Shakespeare Gallery -- Art museum in London
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Wikipedia - Boyle-Hudspeth-Benson House -- Historic New Jersey house
Wikipedia - Boylston station -- Subway station in Boston, Massachusetts
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Wikipedia - Boyuk Zira Lighthouse -- Lighthouse in Azerbaijan
Wikipedia - Brabant Center for Music Traditions -- Museum and music center in Kempenhout, Belgium
Wikipedia - Bracken House, London -- Building in London
Wikipedia - Bracket (mathematics) -- Brackets as used in mathematical notation
Wikipedia - Braco's Banking House -- Historic townhouse in Elgin, Scotland
Wikipedia - Bradford Adolphus Street railway station -- Disused railway station in West Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Brad Garlinghouse -- American businessman
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Wikipedia - Bradley County Courthouse Annex -- Historic building in Cleveland, Tennessee
Wikipedia - Bradleys Head Light -- Lighthouse in New South Wales, Australia
Wikipedia - Brafferton railway station -- Disused railway station in North Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Braintree Public Schools -- Public school district in Massachusetts
Wikipedia - Braintree Split -- Highway interchange on the city lines of Braintree and Quincy, Massachusetts, United States
Wikipedia - Bramall Hall -- Tudor manor house in Bramhall, within the Metropolitan Borough of Stockport, Greater Manchester, England
Wikipedia - Bramante Staircase -- Two staircases in the Vatican Museums, built in 1505 and 1932
Wikipedia - BramberM-DM-#e Manor -- Manor house in Latvia
Wikipedia - Bramshill House -- Grade I listed English country house in Hart, United Kingdom
Wikipedia - Brandaris -- Lighthouse on the Wadden Sea island Terschelling, Netherlands
Wikipedia - Brandeis University -- Private research university in Waltham, Massachusetts
Wikipedia - Brandeston Hall -- House in Brandeston, Suffolk, UK
Wikipedia - Branding iron -- Tool used to burn a mark on livestock, tools, or manufactured goods to indicate ownership
Wikipedia - Brandt Centre -- Multi-use indoor arena in Regina, Saskatchewan
Wikipedia - Brandts Museum of Photographic Art -- Museum in Odense, Denmark
Wikipedia - Branzoll Castle -- Building in Klausen, Italy
Wikipedia - Brass knuckles -- Weapon used in hand-to-hand combat
Wikipedia - Brattle Street Church -- Church building in Massachusetts, United States
Wikipedia - Brave Little Tailor -- 1938 Mickey Mouse cartoon
Wikipedia - Brawijaya Stadium -- Multi-use stadium in Kediri, Indonesia
Wikipedia - Brazilian hemorrhagic fever -- Infectious disease caused by Brazilian mammarenavirus
Wikipedia - Brazilian imperial family -- Branch of the House of Braganza that ruled the Empire of Brazil
Wikipedia - Brazilian jiu-jitsu gi -- Uniform (jacket and trousers) worn by Brazilian jiu-jitsu participants
Wikipedia - Brazilian Portuguese -- Set of dialects of the Portuguese language used mostly in Brazil
Wikipedia - Bread and circuses -- Figure of speech referring to a superficial means of appeasement
Wikipedia - Bread and Roses Heritage Festival -- Open-air festival in Lawrence, Massachusetts, USA
Wikipedia - Breadcrumb navigation -- Graphical control element used as a navigational aid in user interfaces
Wikipedia - Breakdown: In Your House -- 1998 World Wrestling Federation pay-per-view event
Wikipedia - Breaking wheel -- Torture device used for capital punishment
Wikipedia - Breast binding -- Undergarment used for flattening breasts
Wikipedia - Breast fetishism -- Sexual interest focused on female breasts
Wikipedia - Breast implant -- Prosthesis used to change the size, shape, and contour of a person's breast
Wikipedia - Breathing gas reclaim system -- Equipment to recover helium based breathing gas after use by divers
Wikipedia - Breathing gas -- Gas used for human respiration
Wikipedia - Breathing (Lifehouse song) -- 2000 single by Lifehouse
Wikipedia - Breathwork -- Term used in alternative medicine for various breathing practices
Wikipedia - Bredeshave -- Former manor house at Tappernose, Denmark
Wikipedia - Bree Van de Kamp -- Fictional character on Desperate Housewives
Wikipedia - Bregentved -- Danish manor house
Wikipedia - Bremerhaven Lighthouse -- Lighthouse in Free Hanseatic City of Bremen, Germany
Wikipedia - Bremer wall -- Type of barrier used to protect structures against damage from explosions
Wikipedia - Brenda Lopez de Arraras -- Member of the Puerto Rico House of Representatives
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Wikipedia - Breviary -- Liturgical book used in Christianity
Wikipedia - Brian Causey -- American musician, composer and singer
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Wikipedia - Brian Keefe (politician) -- American politician and member of the Vermont State House of Representatives
Wikipedia - Brian Smith (Vermont politician) -- American politician and member of the Vermont State House of Representatives
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Wikipedia - Brick (electronics) -- Term used to refer to a non-functioning electronic device
Wikipedia - Brick House (song) -- 1977 single by Commodores
Wikipedia - Brickwall House -- House in East Sussex, England
Wikipedia - Brick -- Block or a single unit of a ceramic material used in masonry construction
Wikipedia - Brick Works De Panoven -- Dutch brick museum
Wikipedia - Bridgeford House -- Historic building in Eureka Springs, Arkansas
Wikipedia - Bridge House College -- Nigerian independent sixth form school
Wikipedia - Bridge House Estates -- UK charitable trust in London
Wikipedia - Bridgend Farmhouse Community Project -- Community-owned charitable organization in Edinburgh, Scotland
Wikipedia - Bridgewater Triangle -- An area in southeastern Massachusetts claimed to be the site of paranormal phenomena
Wikipedia - Bridle path -- Path that can be used by people riding horses
Wikipedia - Briefcase -- narrow hard-sided box shaped bag or case used to equip materials
Wikipedia - Brief Messages from the Heart Museum -- Museum of letters in Fukui Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Brighouse, Richmond -- neighbourhood in Richmond, British Columbia
Wikipedia - Bright House Networks
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Wikipedia - Brigitte Macron -- Spouse of the President of France
Wikipedia - Brillouin and Langevin functions -- Mathematical function, used to describe magnetization
Wikipedia - Brimfield State Forest -- Protected area in Massachusetts, United States
Wikipedia - Bringing Down the House (film) -- 2003 film by Adam Shankman
Wikipedia - Brinkley Act -- Clause of the Communications Act of 1934
Wikipedia - Brioni (brand) -- Italian fashion house
Wikipedia - Briquette -- Compressed block of biomass used for fueling a fire
Wikipedia - Bristol child sex abuse ring -- Large group of men who committed serious sexual offences
Wikipedia - Bristol County, Massachusetts -- County in the United States
Wikipedia - Bristol North West (UK Parliament constituency) -- Constituency represented in the House of Commons
Wikipedia - Bristol Train of Artillery Museum -- Museum in Bristol, Rhode Island, US
Wikipedia - Britannia Stop Lock -- Former lock on the Limehouse Cut in Tower Hamlets, London
Wikipedia - British 21-inch torpedo -- Class of torpedo in use during WWI to WWII
Wikipedia - British Airways ethnic liveries -- 1997-1999 livery used by British Airways
Wikipedia - British Engineerium -- Museum in Hove, East Sussex, UK
Wikipedia - British English -- Forms of the English language used in the United Kingdom
Wikipedia - British House of Lords
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Wikipedia - British Museum -- National museum in London, United Kingdom
Wikipedia - British Rail Class 142 -- Class of 96 British 2-car railbuses
Wikipedia - British Royal Train -- Royal train for the use of the British royal family and staff
Wikipedia - Broadcast automation -- The use of broadcast programming technology to automate broadcasting operations
Wikipedia - Broadcasting House, Cardiff -- Building in north Cardiff, Wales
Wikipedia - Broadcasting House -- Headquarters and registered office of the BBC in London, England
Wikipedia - Broadcast license -- License granting permission to use radio frequency spectrum for broadcasting use
Wikipedia - Broad Ripple Park Carousel -- Restored antique American carousel
Wikipedia - Broadway station (MBTA) -- Subway station in Boston, Massachusetts
Wikipedia - Bro culture -- Word mostly used by young males as "friend"
Wikipedia - Brodie (ski area) -- Ski area in Massachusetts, USA
Wikipedia - Broken Angel House -- Building formerly located in Brooklyn, New York, demolished in 2014
Wikipedia - Brokso -- Manor house bear NM-CM-&stved, Denmark
Wikipedia - Bromley House Library -- Subscription library in Nottingham
Wikipedia - Bromodeoxyuridine -- Synthetic nucleoside that is an analog of thymidine. BrdU is commonly used in the detection of proliferating cells in living tissues
Wikipedia - Bromotrifluoromethane -- Organic halide used for fire suppression
Wikipedia - Brompton railway station -- Disused railway station in North Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Brompton Road Halt railway station -- Disused railway station in North Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Bronnum House -- Historic building in Copenhagen, Denmark
Wikipedia - Bronwydd Castle -- Welsh country house
Wikipedia - Bronx River Houses -- Public housing development in the Bronx, New York
Wikipedia - Bronze laver (Temple) -- Ten bronze lavers used for washing the hands and feet of the priests in the Temple of Solomon
Wikipedia - Bronze man and centaur (Metropolitan Museum of Art) -- 8th century BCE bronze sculpture
Wikipedia - Brookhouse, South Yorkshire -- Hamlet in South Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Brookline High School -- Four-year public high school in the town of Brookline, Massachusetts
Wikipedia - Brookline TAB -- Local newspaper serving Brookline, Massachusetts, US
Wikipedia - Brooklyn Army Terminal -- Historic warehouse complex in Brooklyn, New York
Wikipedia - Brooklyn Museum -- Art museum in Brooklyn, New York City
Wikipedia - Broselow tape -- Color-coded length-based tape measure that is used for pediatric emergencies
Wikipedia - Broughton House, Raleigh -- Mansion in Raleigh, North Carolina
Wikipedia - Brousse, Creuse -- Commune in Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France
Wikipedia - Brown County Courthouse (Illinois) -- local government building in the United States
Wikipedia - Brown County Courthouse (Kansas) -- Historci courthouse in Hiawatha, Kansas, U.S.
Wikipedia - Brown County Courthouse (Ohio) -- local government building in the United States
Wikipedia - Brown house snake -- Disambiguation page
Wikipedia - Brown recluse spider -- Spider with venomous bite native to US
Wikipedia - Brownstone -- Type of sandstone, or U.S. townhouse built thereof
Wikipedia - Bruce Castle -- 16th-century manor house in London
Wikipedia - Bruce Freeman Rail Trail -- rail trail in Massachusetts, United States
Wikipedia - Brucella suis -- Bacterium that causes swine brucellosis
Wikipedia - Bruce W. Pepich -- American art museum director
Wikipedia - Brukenthal National Museum
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Wikipedia - Brunninghausen -- Quarter of Dortmund, Germany
Wikipedia - Bruno Clausen -- Danish sailor
Wikipedia - Brusel -- Graphic novel
Wikipedia - Brushing (e-commerce) -- Deceitful technique used in e-commerce to boost seller ratings
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Wikipedia - Brussels ISIL terror cell -- Group accused of Paris and Brussels terrorist attacks
Wikipedia - BSD 2-Clause
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Wikipedia - Buchanan Auld House -- Ruined house in Scotland
Wikipedia - Buchanan Castle -- Ruined country house in Scotland
Wikipedia - Buchanan County Courthouse (Iowa) -- Historic building in Independence, Iowa, US
Wikipedia - Bucie -- South African R&B and house singer
Wikipedia - Buck House Novice Chase -- Steeplechase horse race in Ireland
Wikipedia - Buckingham House, Pall Mall -- Historic British building
Wikipedia - Buddhist Hybrid Sanskrit -- Language used in Buddhist texts
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Wikipedia - Budget Select Committee (Malaysia) -- Committee appointed by the Malaysian House of Representatives
Wikipedia - Bud Williams -- Massachusetts politician
Wikipedia - Buena Vista (brand) -- Brand name historically used for divisions of the Walt Disney Company
Wikipedia - Buenavista Lighthouse -- Lighthouse on Tenerife, Spain
Wikipedia - Buena Vista Museum of Natural History & Science -- Natural history museum in California
Wikipedia - Buffalo and Erie County Naval & Military Park -- Military and naval museum in Buffalo, New York, US
Wikipedia - Buffalo City Court Building -- Brutalist-style courthouse in Buffalo, New York
Wikipedia - Buffalo Maritime Center -- Maritime museum
Wikipedia - Buffalo Museum of Science -- Museum
Wikipedia - Bug-A-Salt -- Plastic gun like device used to kill bugs such as the housefly.
Wikipedia - Bugatti Divo -- Limited production track-focused sports car manufactured by Bugatti based on the Chiron
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Wikipedia - Bughouse Bellhops -- 1915 film
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Wikipedia - Bugio Lighthouse -- Lighthouse in Portugal
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Wikipedia - Build a better mousetrap, and the world will beat a path to your door -- Phrase about innovation
Wikipedia - Building 19 -- Defunct Massachusetts discount store chain
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Wikipedia - Building-integrated photovoltaics -- Photovoltaic materials used to replace conventional building materials
Wikipedia - Building material -- Material which is used for construction purposes
Wikipedia - Build Thy House -- 1920 film
Wikipedia - Bulk Lighthouse -- Lighthouse in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
Wikipedia - Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History), Historical Series
Wikipedia - Bullying -- Use of force or coercion to abuse or intimidate others
Wikipedia - Bulstrode Preceptory -- Monastic house in Buckinghamshire, England
Wikipedia - Bumble-Bee (livery) -- Livery used on New Zealand railway locomotives
Wikipedia - Bumper fracture -- Fracture of the lateral tibial plateau caused by the bumper of a car
Wikipedia - Bumpkin Island -- Tidal island in Massachusetts, United States of America
Wikipedia - Bunch-of-Grapes -- Former tavern located in Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Wikipedia - Bungalow -- A house, primarily of a single storey
Wikipedia - Bunkhouse Stampede (1988) -- 1988 Jim Crockett Promotions pay-per-view event
Wikipedia - Bunnings Warehouse -- Australian household hardware chain
Wikipedia - Bunyavirales -- Order of negative-sense single-stranded RNA viruses
Wikipedia - Buprenorphine -- Opioid used to treat opioid addiction and dependence, acute pain, and chronic pain
Wikipedia - Burchell's sandgrouse -- Species of bird
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Wikipedia - Burghausen, Alttting
Wikipedia - Burgh House -- Grade I listed local museum in London Borough of Camden, United Kingdom
Wikipedia - Burlesque Hall of Fame -- museum in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Wikipedia - Burlington House -- Building on Piccadilly in London, England
Wikipedia - Burlington Mall (Massachusetts) -- Shopping mall in Burlington, Massachusetts, United States
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Wikipedia - Burning Down the House (film) -- 2001 film by Philippe Mora
Wikipedia - Burning Down the House -- 1983 single by Talking Heads
Wikipedia - Burning of Parliament -- Destruction by fire in 1834 of the Houses of Parliament in London, England
Wikipedia - Burnsed Blockhouse -- United States historic place
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Wikipedia - Burns Square Historic District -- A mixed-use area, predominately commercial, in Sarasota, Florida
Wikipedia - Burn the House Down -- 2018 song by AJR
Wikipedia - Burn -- Injury to flesh or skin, often caused by excessive heat
Wikipedia - Burrewarra Point Light -- Lighthouse in New South Wales, Australia
Wikipedia - Burr mill -- Mill used to grind hard food products between two burrs
Wikipedia - Burst cutting area -- Method used to identify optical discs
Wikipedia - Burston Strike School -- School and museum founded as consequence of strike in Norfolk, UK
Wikipedia - Burton Blatt Institute -- Research institute at Syracuse University in New York, U.S.
Wikipedia - Burton Constable railway station -- Disused railway station in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Burton House (Hurley, Wisconsin) -- Former hotel in Hurley, Wisconsin, United States
Wikipedia - Burton Pynsent House -- Historic building in Somerset, England
Wikipedia - Burt's solar compass -- Surveying instrument that uses the sun's direction instead of magnetism
Wikipedia - Busch Gardens Tampa Bay -- African-themed amusement park in Tampa, Florida
Wikipedia - Busch Gardens Williamsburg -- European-themed amusement park in James City County, Virginia
Wikipedia - Bus doors -- Various types of doors on buses and coaches
Wikipedia - Buse Arslan -- Turkish actress and model
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Wikipedia - Busengo, Democratic Republic of the Congo -- Settlement in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Wikipedia - Busengo, Rwanda -- Rwandan settlement
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Wikipedia - Buseoksa -- Buddhist temple in South Korea
Wikipedia - Buserite -- Type of mineral
Wikipedia - Buses in Milton Keynes -- Bus services in and around Milton Keynes, England
Wikipedia - Buses in Portsmouth -- Public transport in the city of Portsmouth, England
Wikipedia - Buses in Sydney -- Bus networks in Sydney, Australia
Wikipedia - Bush hammer -- A masonry tool used to texturize stone and concrete
Wikipedia - Bush House -- Building in London, part of the Strand Campus of King's College London.
Wikipedia - Bushnell-Fisher House -- Historic building in Eagle, Idaho
Wikipedia - Bushy House -- Former royal residence in Teddington in South West London
Wikipedia - Business House, Novosibirsk -- Building in Novosibirsk, Russia
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Wikipedia - Business telephone system -- Multiline telephone system typically used in business environments
Wikipedia - Bus lane -- Road lane restricted to buses
Wikipedia - Bus manufacturing -- Manufacture of buses and coaches
Wikipedia - Bus mouse
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Wikipedia - Bussokusekika
Wikipedia - Bus station -- Structure, larger than a bus stop, where city or intercity buses stop to pick up and drop off passengers
Wikipedia - Bus turnout -- A spot on the side of a road reserved for buses to pick up and drop off passengers
Wikipedia - Busum Lighthouse -- Lighthouse in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
Wikipedia - Bute House -- Official residence of the First Minister of Scotland
Wikipedia - Butler County Courthouse (Ohio) -- local government building in the United States
Wikipedia - Butler House, Kilkenny -- Georgian Dower house located in Kilkenny
Wikipedia - Butler -- Male domestic worker in charge of all the household staff
Wikipedia - Butterfield House (New York City) -- Apartment building in Manhattan, New York
Wikipedia - Butterfly Bomb -- Bomb used by the Luftwaffe
Wikipedia - Butterfly effect -- Idea that small causes can have large effects
Wikipedia - Butterfly house -- Facility for the breeding and display of butterflies
Wikipedia - Butterfly loop -- Knot used to form a fixed loop in the middle of a rope
Wikipedia - Buyeo National Museum -- National museum
Wikipedia - Buzludzha monument -- Abandoned communist monument house in Bulgaria
Wikipedia - Buzzards Bay -- A bay on the coast of Massachusetts, United States
Wikipedia - Buzzword -- A word or phrase used to impress, or one that is fashionable
Wikipedia - B. W. Countryman -- Member of the South Dakota House of Representatives
Wikipedia - B with flourish -- Letter of the Latin alphabet used in Middle Vietnamese
Wikipedia - Bx1 and Bx2 buses -- Bus routes in the Bronx, New York
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Wikipedia - B yen -- Military currency used after World War II
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Wikipedia - Byron Reed Collection -- Collection of rare materials housed at the Durham Museum in Omaha
Wikipedia - Byron R. Sherman House -- Historic building in Montana, US
Wikipedia - Byron Rushing -- Massachusetts politician
Wikipedia - Byzantine and Christian Museum
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Wikipedia - Cable House -- Building in Chicago
Wikipedia - Cable tester -- Electronic device used to verify electrical connections
Wikipedia - Cabo Prior Lighthouse -- Lighthouse in Spain
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Wikipedia - Cabo Sardao Lighthouse -- Lighthouse near Odemira, Portugal
Wikipedia - Cabossed -- Heraldic term used where a beast's head is cleanly separated from the neck so that only the face shows
Wikipedia - Cabot House -- Residential House of Harvard College
Wikipedia - Cabras Island Light -- Lighthouse near Ceiba, Puerto Rico
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Wikipedia - Cade Museum for Creativity and Invention
Wikipedia - Cadet rifle -- Rifle used by military cadets and others for basic firearms and marksmanship training
Wikipedia - Cafe au lait spot -- Type of birthmark caused by a collection of melanocytes
Wikipedia - Cafe Barbera -- Italian coffeehouse and fast casual dining franchise
Wikipedia - Cafe de Paris (Monaco) -- Coffehouse and restaurant
Wikipedia - Cafe Gondree -- Small coffeehouse in Benouville, France
Wikipedia - CafePress -- Online retailer of stock and user-customized on-demand products
Wikipedia - Caffe Nero -- European style coffee house brand
Wikipedia - Cage -- enclosure used to confine, contain or protect something or someone
Wikipedia - Caherduff Castle -- Tower house near Cong, County Mayo, Ireland
Wikipedia - Cahn-Crawford House -- United States historic place
Wikipedia - Cairns Customs House -- Historic building in Queensland, Australia
Wikipedia - Caja de Muertos Light -- An 1887 lighthouse in Ponce, Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - CALA Homes -- Housebuilding company
Wikipedia - Calcaires et marnes schisteuses -- French geologic formation
Wikipedia - Calculating Space -- Book by Konrad Zuse
Wikipedia - Calculator -- Electronic device used for calculations
Wikipedia - Calella Lighthouse -- Lighthouse in Catalonia, Spain
Wikipedia - Calendering (textiles) -- Finishing process that uses rollers to produce a surface effect on fabric, paper, or plastic film
Wikipedia - Calf House -- Portal tomb (dolmen) in County Cavan, Ireland
Wikipedia - Calhoun County Courthouse (Illinois) -- local government building in the United States
Wikipedia - California Academy of Sciences -- Natural history museum in San Francisco
Wikipedia - California African American Museum -- Museum in Los Angeles, California
Wikipedia - California job case -- Case with compartments to store the movable type used in letterpress printing
Wikipedia - California's 11th congressional district -- U.S. House district in San Francisco Bay area, California
Wikipedia - California's 12th congressional district -- U.S. House district in San Francisco, California
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Wikipedia - California's 25th congressional district -- U.S. House district north of Los Angeles, CA
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Wikipedia - California's congressional districts -- U.S. House districts in the state of California
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Wikipedia - Calverley and Rodley railway station -- Disused railway station in West Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Calvet Museum -- Museum in Avignon (Vaucluse, France)
Wikipedia - Calvin Coolidge Presidential Library and Museum -- Presidential library and museum for U.S. President Calvin Coolidge, located in Northampton, Massachusetts
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Wikipedia - Cambridge Highlands -- Human settlement in Cambridge, Massachusetts, US
Wikipedia - Cambridge, Massachusetts City Hall
Wikipedia - Cambridge, Massachusetts
Wikipedia - Cambridge Museum of Technology -- Industrial heritage museum in Cambridge, England
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Wikipedia - Camerlengo of the Holy Roman Church -- Office of the Papal household
Wikipedia - Camilla Nichol -- British geologist and museum curator
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Wikipedia - Campion House
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Wikipedia - Campuses of Georgetown University -- Physical facilities of Georgetown University
Wikipedia - Campuses of the University of Nottingham -- Four sites occupied by the University of Nottingham
Wikipedia - Campus of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Wikipedia - Camstrap -- Webbing strap and cam action buckle used to secure a diving cylinder to a buoyancy compensator or backplate
Wikipedia - Canada Infrastructure Bank -- Canada Infrastructure Bank is a Crown Corporation that uses public-private partnerships for public infrastructure projects.
Wikipedia - Canada's Wonderland -- Amusement park in Vaughan, Canada
Wikipedia - Canadian Canoe Museum -- Museum in Ontario, Canada
Wikipedia - Canadian Centre for Architecture -- Architecture museum and research centre in Quebec, Canada
Wikipedia - Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum -- Aviation museum in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Wikipedia - Canal house -- House overlooking a canal
Wikipedia - Cancel character -- Either of two control codes used to delete or rescind preceding data or characters
Wikipedia - Cancellation (mail) -- Postal marking to deface a stamp and prevent its re-use
Wikipedia - Cancer research -- Research into cancer to identify causes and develop strategies for prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and cure
Wikipedia - Cancn Underwater Museum
Wikipedia - Candler Field Museum -- Museum in the United States
Wikipedia - Candlestick -- Device used to hold a candle in place
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Wikipedia - Cannabis and religion -- Entheogenic use of marijuana
Wikipedia - Cannabis in Albania -- Use of Cannabis in Albania
Wikipedia - Cannabis in Algeria -- Use of Cannabis in Algeria
Wikipedia - Cannabis in Andorra -- Use of Cannabis in Andorra
Wikipedia - Cannabis in Angola -- Use of Cannabis in Angola
Wikipedia - Cannabis in Antigua and Barbuda -- Use of Cannabis in Antigua and Barbuda
Wikipedia - Cannabis in Argentina -- Use of Cannabis in Argentina
Wikipedia - Cannabis in Armenia -- Use of Cannabis in Armenia
Wikipedia - Cannabis in Australia -- Recreational and medicinal drug use
Wikipedia - Cannabis in Austria -- Use of Cannabis in Austria
Wikipedia - Cannabis in Azerbaijan -- Use of Cannabis in Azerbaijan
Wikipedia - Cannabis in Bahrain -- Use of Cannabis in Bahrain
Wikipedia - Cannabis in Bangladesh -- Use of Cannabis in Bangladesh
Wikipedia - Cannabis in Barbados -- Use of Cannabis in Barbados
Wikipedia - Cannabis in Belarus -- Use of Cannabis in Belarus
Wikipedia - Cannabis in Belgium -- Use of Cannabis in Belgium
Wikipedia - Cannabis in Belize -- Use of Cannabis in Belize
Wikipedia - Cannabis in Benin -- Use of Cannabis in Benin
Wikipedia - Cannabis in Bermuda -- Use of cannabis in Bermuda
Wikipedia - Cannabis in Bhutan -- Use of Cannabis in Bhutan
Wikipedia - Cannabis in Bolivia -- Use of Cannabis in Bolivia
Wikipedia - Cannabis in Bosnia and Herzegovina -- Use of Cannabis in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Wikipedia - Cannabis in Botswana -- Use of Cannabis in Botswana
Wikipedia - Cannabis in Brazil -- Use of Cannabis in Brazil
Wikipedia - Cannabis in Brunei -- Use of Cannabis in Brunei
Wikipedia - Cannabis in Bulgaria -- Use of Cannabis in Bulgaria
Wikipedia - Cannabis in Burkina Faso -- Use of Cannabis in Burkina Faso
Wikipedia - Cannabis in Burundi -- Use of Cannabis in Burundi
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Wikipedia - Cedar Lake Trail -- shared-use path in Minneapolis
Wikipedia - Cedar Point -- Amusement park in Sandusky, Ohio, United States
Wikipedia - Ceilings of the Natural History Museum, London -- Decorated ceilings
Wikipedia - Celivarone -- Experimental drug being tested for use in pharmacological antiarrhythmic therapy
Wikipedia - Cellophane paradox -- A type of incorrect reasoning used in market regulation methods
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Wikipedia - Cement -- Hydraulic binder used in the composition of mortar and concrete
Wikipedia - Censuses in Ukraine
Wikipedia - Census geographic units of Canada -- Term used in Canada
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Wikipedia - Center for Land Use Interpretation -- Nonprofit organization in Los Angeles, United States
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Wikipedia - Center for Substance Abuse Prevention
Wikipedia - Center for Substance Abuse Treatment
Wikipedia - Center for Wooden Boats -- Museum on the south shore of Lake Union, Seattle, Washington, U.S.
Wikipedia - Center of Political and Foreign Affairs -- Think tank focused on government policies and geopolitics
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Wikipedia - Centimetre-gram-second system of units -- Physical system of measurement that uses the centimetre, gram, and second as base units
Wikipedia - Centraal Museum -- Museum in Utrecht, Netherlands
Wikipedia - Central City (Surrey) -- Mixed-use development in British Columbia, Canada
Wikipedia - Central Legislative Assembly -- Lower house of the British Indian Imperial Legislative Council (1919-1947)
Wikipedia - Central Massachusetts Railroad -- Former railroad in Massachusetts
Wikipedia - Central Park Carousel -- Carousel in Manhattan, New York
Wikipedia - Centre Pompidou -- Contemporary art museum in Paris, France
Wikipedia - Centrifugal casting (industrial) -- A casting technique that is typically used to cast thin-walled cylinders
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Wikipedia - Ceramics Museum of Sacavem -- Museum near Lisbon, Portugal
Wikipedia - Cerdanyola Art Museum -- Art museum in Cerdanyola del Valles, Spain
Wikipedia - Cerebellar ataxia -- Motor symptoms caused by dysfunction of the cerebellum
Wikipedia - Ceremonial use of lights
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Wikipedia - Cerrado mouse -- Rodent native to Brazil
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Wikipedia - CFP franc -- Currency used in the French Pacific overseas collectivities
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Wikipedia - C. G. Jung House Museum
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Wikipedia - Chakravarti (Sanskrit term) -- Ancient Indian term used to refer to an ideal universal ruler
Wikipedia - Chakri dynasty -- Current ruling royal house of the Kingdom of Thailand
Wikipedia - Chaldean Oracles -- spiritual and philosophical texts used by Neoplatonist philosophers
Wikipedia - Chalet -- Type of building or house, native to the Alpine region
Wikipedia - Challan -- Receipt for payment, used in India and Pakistan
Wikipedia - Chamberlain (office) -- Person in charge of managing a household
Wikipedia - Chamber of Deputies (Italy) -- Lower house of the Italian Parliament
Wikipedia - Chamber of Representatives (Belgium) -- Lower house of the federal parliament of Belgium
Wikipedia - Chamber of Senators (Bolivia) -- Upper house of the Plurinational Legislative Assembly of Bolivia
Wikipedia - Champagnat, Creuse -- Commune in Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France
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Wikipedia - Chanel -- French fashion house
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Wikipedia - Chapterhouse: Dune -- Novel by Frank Herbert
Wikipedia - Chapter house (Navajo Nation) -- Administrative department
Wikipedia - Chapter house
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Wikipedia - Character encodings in HTML -- Use of encoding systems for international characters in HTML
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Wikipedia - Charcot Plate -- A fragment of the Phoenix tectonic plate fused to the Antarctic Peninsula
Wikipedia - Chard, Creuse -- Commune in Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France
Wikipedia - Chard Museum -- museum in Chard, Somerset, England
Wikipedia - Chardonnay -- green-skinned grape variety used in wine production
Wikipedia - Charge transfer coefficient -- Two related parameters used in description of the kinetics of electrochemical reactions
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Wikipedia - Charles E. Stuart (Virginia politician) -- Member of Virginia House of Delegates
Wikipedia - Charles-Eusebe Casgrain -- Canadian politician
Wikipedia - Charles Frederick Crisp -- Speaker of the United States House of Representatives
Wikipedia - Charles H. Baldwin House -- Historic house
Wikipedia - Charles Hobhouse -- British politician
Wikipedia - Charles H. Patten House -- United States historic home
Wikipedia - Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History -- Non-profit organization in the USA
Wikipedia - Charles III's Departure for Spain, Seen from the Land -- Painting by Antonio Joli in the National Museum of Capodimonte, Naples
Wikipedia - Charles III's Departure for Spain, Seen from the Sea -- Painting by Antonio Joli in the National Museum of Capodimonte, Naples
Wikipedia - Charles IV, Holy Roman Emperor -- 14th century Holy Roman Emperor of the House of Luxembourg
Wikipedia - Charles IV of France -- Last King of France who was directly a member of the House of Capet
Wikipedia - Charles Krause (gymnast) -- American Olympic gymnast
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Wikipedia - Charles Regis de Coriolis d'Espinouse -- French Navy officer of the War of American Independence
Wikipedia - Charles River Dam Bridge -- Bridge in Boston, Massachusetts
Wikipedia - Charles River Natural Valley Storage Area -- Protected area in Massachusetts
Wikipedia - Charles River Peninsula -- Nature preserve in Needham, Massachusetts, U.S.
Wikipedia - Charles River -- river in Massachusetts, United States
Wikipedia - Charles Strouse -- American composer and lyricist
Wikipedia - Charles Winston Thompson -- Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Alabama's 5th district
Wikipedia - Charlie Baker -- 72nd governor of Massachusetts
Wikipedia - Charlie Brown's, Limehouse -- Pub in Limehouse, London, England
Wikipedia - Charlie Chan at the Wax Museum -- 1940 American film
Wikipedia - Charlie Clausen -- Australian actor
Wikipedia - Charlotte Newhouse -- American actress and writer
Wikipedia - Charpai -- Traditional woven bed used in the South Asia
Wikipedia - Charron, Creuse -- Commune in Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France
Wikipedia - Charterhouse Capital Partners -- British private equity investment firm
Wikipedia - Charter Oak Schoolhouse -- Historic building in Illinois, US
Wikipedia - Charter Spectrum -- Brand of Charter Communications used to market communications services
Wikipedia - Chartreuse (color) -- Shade of yellow-green color
Wikipedia - Chartreuse (liqueur) -- French liquor brand
Wikipedia - Chartwell -- Country house south of Westerham, Kent, England
Wikipedia - Chase G. Woodhouse -- American educator and congresswoman
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Wikipedia - Chauncey S. Taylor House -- Historic house
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Wikipedia - Check sheet -- A form (document) used to collect data in real time at the location where the data is generated
Wikipedia - Cheer (TV series) -- American TV docuseries about Navarro's competitive cheer team
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Wikipedia - Cheetah Sound Sampler -- Defunct sound sampler program used in the 1980s
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Wikipedia - Chelsea House Publishers
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Wikipedia - Chemical hazard -- Type of hazard caused by exposure to chemicals
Wikipedia - Chemical-mechanical polishing -- Polishing technique used during semiconductor fabrication
Wikipedia - Chemical toilet -- A toilet that collects human excreta in a holding tank and uses chemicals to minimize odors
Wikipedia - Chemical Weapons Convention -- Arms control treaty that outlaws the production, stockpiling, and use of chemical weapons and their precursors
Wikipedia - Chemical weapon -- Device that uses chemicals to harm or kill people
Wikipedia - Chemocline -- A cline caused by a strong, vertical chemistry gradient within a body of water
Wikipedia - Chennai Lighthouse -- Lighthouse in India
Wikipedia - Chennault International Airport -- Public use airport new Lake Charles, LA, US
Wikipedia - Chequers -- Country house of the UK Prime Minister
Wikipedia - Cher Ami -- Homing pigeon used by the U.S. Army Signal Corps
Wikipedia - Chernihiv Regional Art Museum -- Museum in Ukraine
Wikipedia - Cherokee Heritage Center -- Non-profit historical society and museum in Park Hill, Oklahoma
Wikipedia - Cherokee National History Museum -- Museum in Oklahoma, US
Wikipedia - Cherry Burton railway station -- Disused railway station in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Cherwell Boathouse -- Boathouse and restaurant on the River Cherwell in Oxford, England
Wikipedia - Cheryl Ann Krause -- American judge (born 1968)
Wikipedia - Chessboard -- Any checkboard used in the game chess
Wikipedia - Chess rating system -- System used in chess to estimate the strength of a player
Wikipedia - Chesterfield, Massachusetts -- Town in Massachusetts, United States
Wikipedia - Chester Terrace (Duluth, Minnesota) -- Historic rowhouse in Duluth, Minnesota
Wikipedia - Chestnut-bellied sandgrouse -- Species of bird
Wikipedia - Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts
Wikipedia - Chetro Ketl -- Ancestral Puebloan great house and archeological site in New Mexico, United States
Wikipedia - Chetwai Lighthouse -- Lighthouse in Kerala, India
Wikipedia - Chevrolet Lumina -- Chevrolet nameplate used for a sedan, coupe, and minivan
Wikipedia - Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya -- Museum in Mumbai
Wikipedia - Chiaroscuro -- Use of strong contrasts between light and dark in art
Wikipedia - Chiburi -- Feudal Japanese tradition used in martial arts
Wikipedia - Chicago Athenaeum -- Museum of architecture and design in Galena, Illinois, USA
Wikipedia - Chicago Aurora and Elgin Railroad rolling stock -- Equipment used on a defunct American interurban railroad
Wikipedia - Chicago Civic Opera -- Opera house in Chicago
Wikipedia - Chicago house -- Music genre
Wikipedia - Chicago principles -- Set of guiding principles held on college campuses in the United States
Wikipedia - Chicago Sports Museum -- Museum in Chicago
Wikipedia - Chichester House -- Historic building in Dublin, Ireland
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Wikipedia - Chicken as biological research model -- Use of the bird species for research on live beings
Wikipedia - Chicopee, Massachusetts
Wikipedia - Chief Official White House Photographer -- Senior position appointed by the President of the United States
Wikipedia - Chieveley House -- House in Chieveley, Berkshire, UK
Wikipedia - Chikungunya -- Infection caused by the Chikungunya virus
Wikipedia - Child abuse -- Maltreatment or neglect of a child
Wikipedia - Child care management software -- administrative software designed specifically for use by child care centers, preschools, and similar child-oriented facilities.
Wikipedia - Child grooming -- Act of befriending and connecting with a child with the objective of sexual abuse
Wikipedia - Childhood abuse
Wikipedia - Childhood sexual abuse
Wikipedia - Child in the House -- 1956 film
Wikipedia - Child labour in cocoa production -- The controversial use of children in the production of cacao beans
Wikipedia - Child protection -- Protecting children from violence, exploitation and abuse
Wikipedia - Children of the Ordained -- Term used by the Catholic Church
Wikipedia - Children's Day (India) -- Day of celebration for children and children related causes in India
Wikipedia - Children's Discovery Museum of San Jose
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Wikipedia - Children's Museum of Tacoma -- located in Tacoma, Washington, US
Wikipedia - Children's Souls Accuse You -- 1927 film
Wikipedia - Child sexual abuse in Canada -- Criminal prohibitions on child sexual abuse in Canada
Wikipedia - Child sexual abuse in the United Kingdom -- Overview about child sexual abuse in the United Kingdom
Wikipedia - Child sexual abuse -- Form of abuse in which an adult or older adolescent uses a child for sexual stimulation
Wikipedia - Chilean recluse spider -- Species of arachnid
Wikipedia - Chilling Effects Clearinghouse
Wikipedia - ChIL-sequencing -- A method used to analyze protein interactions with DNA.
Wikipedia - Chiltonville, Massachusetts -- Human settlement in Massachusetts, United States of America
Wikipedia - Chimelong Paradise -- Amusement park
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Wikipedia - China Cafe -- Traditional drinking house in Hong Kong
Wikipedia - China Railways ND2 -- Romanian diesel-electric locomotive used in China
Wikipedia - China Social Sciences Press -- Publishing house in China
Wikipedia - China Uncensored -- Commentary program focused on China
Wikipedia - Chinese characters -- Logographic writing system used in the Sinosphere region
Wikipedia - Chinese Docking Mechanism -- Spacecraft docking mechanism used by China.
Wikipedia - Chinese grouse -- Species of bird
Wikipedia - Chinese polearms -- Overview of pole weapons traditionally used by Chinese armies
Wikipedia - Chinese spoon -- A type of spoon used in Chinese cuisine with a short, thick handle extending directly from a deep, flat bowl
Wikipedia - Chinese surname -- Surnames used by Han Chinese and Sinicized ethnic groups
Wikipedia - Chinese Taipei -- Name used by Taiwan in international organizations and events
Wikipedia - Chinese used vehicle exporting -- Chinese vehicle exports
Wikipedia - Ching chong -- Pejorative term used against Chinese people
Wikipedia - Chionodes canofusella -- Species of insect
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Wikipedia - Chi Park -- Fictional character on the Fox medical drama House
Wikipedia - Chip Conquest -- American politician and member of the Vermont State House of Representatives
Wikipedia - Chipping Norton Museum
Wikipedia - ChIP sequencing -- Method used to analyze protein interactions with DNA
Wikipedia - Chi Psi Fraternity House (Eugene, Oregon) -- 1935 Tudor style structure in Eugene, Oregon, United States
Wikipedia - Chip Troiano -- American politician and member of the Vermont State House of Representatives
Wikipedia - Chip work -- Engraved glassware used as an artform
Wikipedia - Chisholm Trail -- Historic trail in the central United States used for cattle drives
Wikipedia - Chiwara -- Ritual object representing an antelope, used by the Bambara ethnic group in Mali
Wikipedia - Chlamydia -- Sexually transmitted infection caused by the bacterium Chlamydia trachomatis.
Wikipedia - Chloe Spear -- African-born slave in Boston, Massachusetts (b. 1767, d. 1815)
Wikipedia - Chloroquine -- Medication used to treat malaria
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Wikipedia - ChM-CM-"teau -- French term for a manor house
Wikipedia - ChM-CM-"telard, Creuse -- Commune in Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France
Wikipedia - CHN analyzer -- Scientific instrument used to measure carbon
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Wikipedia - Chocolate Cake (song) -- 1991 single by Crowded House
Wikipedia - Chocolate Chip -- Small chunk of chocolate used as an ingredient
Wikipedia - Chocolate chip -- Small chunk of chocolate used as an ingredient
Wikipedia - Chocolate syrup -- A chocolate-flavored condiment used as a topping or ingredient
Wikipedia - Choe Museon -- Korean general
Wikipedia - Cholecystography -- Radiological procedure used to visualize the gallbladder and biliary channels
Wikipedia - Choli -- Type of blouse, worn with the sari
Wikipedia - Chopsticks -- Shaped pairs of sticks used as kitchen and eating utensils
Wikipedia - Chorso of Toulouse
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Wikipedia - Chown -- Command used on Unix-like systems to change the owner of a file
Wikipedia - Chresonym -- Term used in biodiversity informatics
Wikipedia - Chrestomathy -- Collection of choice literary passages, used especially as an aid in learning a subject
Wikipedia - Chris Lewis (Usenet) -- Canadian Usenet expert
Wikipedia - Chris Mattos -- American politician and member of the Vermont State House of Representatives
Wikipedia - Chrism -- Consecrated oil used in various Christian churches
Wikipedia - Chris Runion -- Virginia house of representatives member
Wikipedia - Chris Salthouse -- New Zealand sailor
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Wikipedia - Christian Church -- Term used to refer to the whole group of people belonging to the Christian religious tradition.
Wikipedia - Christian Danuser -- Swiss biathlete
Wikipedia - Christian Drosten -- German virologist researching emergent viruses
Wikipedia - Christian liturgy -- Pattern for worship used by a Christian congregation or denomination
Wikipedia - Christian symbolism -- Use of symbols, including archetypes, acts, artwork or events, by Christianity
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Wikipedia - Christ in the House of His Parents -- Painting by John Everett Millais
Wikipedia - Christmas decoration -- Decorations used during the Christmas period
Wikipedia - Christmas lights -- Decorative lighting used at Christmastime
Wikipedia - Christmas tree (drag racing) -- Device used to start a drag races
Wikipedia - Christmas tree (oil well) -- An assembly of valves, spools, and fittings used to regulate the flow of fluids in an oil well
Wikipedia - Christmas tree packet -- Unit of data used in information technology
Wikipedia - Christmas tree -- Decorated tree used to symbolise festive cheer
Wikipedia - Christopher Abad -- American hacker, museum curator, artist, network engineer and programmer
Wikipedia - Christopher O'Neill -- British-American businessperson and spouse of Swedish princess
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Wikipedia - Chronicles of the Gray House -- 1925 film
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Wikipedia - Chronotherapy (treatment scheduling) -- Use of circadian or other rhythmic cycles of a condition's symptoms in applying therapy
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Wikipedia - Chu Ju's House -- Book by Gloria Whelan
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Wikipedia - Churchill Barriers -- Four causeways in Orkney, Scotland
Wikipedia - Church of Saint-Eusebe, Auxerre -- Roman Catholic church in Auxerre, France
Wikipedia - Churidar -- Tightly fitting trousers worn by both men and women in South Asia
Wikipedia - Chuseok
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Wikipedia - CIC (Nintendo) -- Security lockout chip used in Nintendo game consoles
Wikipedia - CIE 8100 Class -- Electric multiple unit train used in Ireland
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Wikipedia - Ciliary muscle -- Eye muscle which is used for focussing
Wikipedia - Cincinnati Art Museum -- Art museum in Cincinnati, Ohio
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Wikipedia - Cincinnati Museum Center -- Museum center in Cincinnati, Ohio
Wikipedia - Cindy Weed -- American politician and member of the Vermont State House of Representatives
Wikipedia - Cinema Paradiso -- 1988 film by Giuseppe Tornatore
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Wikipedia - Cinnamon (user interface)
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Wikipedia - Circuit of culture -- Framework used in the area of cultural studies
Wikipedia - Circular breathing -- Technique used by players of some wind instruments to produce a continuous tone without interruption
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Wikipedia - CiteULike -- Web service which allowed users to save and share citations to academic papers
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Wikipedia - Civil Air Transport -- 1946-1968 CIA-owned airline of the Republic of China used for covert operations
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Wikipedia - Civil engineering -- Engineering discipline focused on physical infrastructure
Wikipedia - Civil Service Rifles War Memorial -- War memorial in Somerset House, London
Wikipedia - CJK characters -- Characters used in Chinese, Japanese and/or Korean language
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Wikipedia - Clark County Courthouse (Ohio) -- local government building in the United States
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Wikipedia - Classical Gaelic -- Shared literary form of Early Modern Irish used in Scotland and Ireland from the 13th to the 18th centuries
Wikipedia - Classical Japanese -- Literary form of Japanese, used until the 20th ct.
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Wikipedia - Clean (The Japanese House EP) -- 2015 EP by The Japanese House
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Wikipedia - Clef -- Musical symbol used to indicate the pitch of written notes
Wikipedia - Clelia Rard-Reuse -- Swiss track and field athlete
Wikipedia - Clemens Fankhauser -- Austrian bicycle racer
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Wikipedia - Clermont County Courthouse -- local government building in the United States
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Wikipedia - Clifton House, Belfast -- Historic building in Belfast, Northern Ireland
Wikipedia - Clifton House, King's Lynn -- Grade I listed house in King's Lynn, England
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Wikipedia - Clifton House Site -- overnight stop on the Santa Fe Trail
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Wikipedia - Climate change and ecosystems -- How increased greenhouse gases are affecting wildlife
Wikipedia - Climate crisis -- Term used to refer to anthropogenic climate change
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Wikipedia - Clonk (fishing) -- A fishing tool used to provoke Wels catfish to attack the lure
Wikipedia - Cloonacauneen Castle -- Tower house on the outskirts of Galway, Ireland
Wikipedia - Cloonigny Castle -- Tower house in County Galway, Ireland
Wikipedia - Closed-circuit television -- Use of video cameras to transmit a signal to a specific place on a limited set of monitors
Wikipedia - Close-mid front unrounded vowel -- Vowel sound used in some spoken languages
Wikipedia - Closet -- Enclosed space used for storage, particularly that of clothes
Wikipedia - Clostridioides difficile infection -- Disease caused by C. difficile bacteria
Wikipedia - Clothes steamer -- Device used to remove wrinkles from garments and fabrics
Wikipedia - Clotilda (slave ship) -- Last known U.S. slave ship, used in 1860
Wikipedia - Cloud-to-cloud integration -- Integration that allows users to connect disparate cloud computing platforms
Wikipedia - Clovis Bornay -- Brazilian museologist
Wikipedia - Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics -- 2020 video game
Wikipedia - Clump weight -- A heavy weight suspended on cable used to guide a diving bell
Wikipedia - CM-CM-$mmerer See -- Lake in Usedom, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany
Wikipedia - CM-DM-^Sre Manor -- Manor house in Latvia
Wikipedia - CMYK color model -- Subtractive color model, used in color printing
Wikipedia - CN Centre -- Multi-use indoor arena in Prince George, British Columbia
Wikipedia - CO2 rocket -- Small recreational rocket that uses carbon dioxide as a propellant
Wikipedia - Coach (bus) -- a bus used for longer-distance service
Wikipedia - Coalbrookdale railway station -- Disused railway station in Shropshire, England
Wikipedia - Coalhouse Fort -- Artillery fort at Coalhouse Point in Essex, England
Wikipedia - Coarse bubble diffusers -- Pollution control technology
Wikipedia - Coast Guard Base Boston -- United States Coast Guard station in Boston, Massachusetts
Wikipedia - Coast Guard Station Gloucester -- United States Coast Guard station in Gloucester, Massachusetts
Wikipedia - Coates House (Virginia, Minnesota) -- House in Virginia, Minnesota
Wikipedia - Coa vestis -- Wild silk textile from the island of Kos, used for clothing in Ancient Greece and Rome
Wikipedia - Cobblestone -- Natural building material based on cobble-sized stones, used for pavement roads, streets, and buildings
Wikipedia - Cocaine -- Strong stimulant used as a recreational drug
Wikipedia - Co-citation Proximity Analysis -- Document similarity measure that uses citation analysis
Wikipedia - Cocking-cloth -- Device that was used for catching pheasants
Wikipedia - Cocktail Time -- 1958 novel by P.G. Wodehouse
Wikipedia - Cocoanut Grove fire -- 1942 fire at a nightclub in Boston, Massachusetts
Wikipedia - Code-division multiple access -- Channel access method used by various radio communication technologies
Wikipedia - Coded wire tag -- Device used to tag and track animals
Wikipedia - Codeine -- Opiate used to treat pain
Wikipedia - Code name -- Word or name used, sometimes clandestinely, to refer to another name, word, project or person
Wikipedia - Code reuse
Wikipedia - Coding (therapy) -- Russian alternative therapeutic methods used to treat addictions
Wikipedia - Codpiece -- A flap or pouch that covers the crotch of men's trousers
Wikipedia - Coefficient of performance -- Ratio of useful heating or cooling provided to work required
Wikipedia - Coefficient of restitution -- Measure used to characterise inelastic collisions
Wikipedia - Coffee 1 -- British coffee house chain
Wikipedia - Coffee Beanery -- Coffeehouse chain
Wikipedia - Coffee House Press -- Nonprofit independent press based in Minneapolis, Minnesota
Wikipedia - Coffee House (TV series) -- 2010 South Korean television series
Wikipedia - Coffeehouse -- Establishment serving coffee
Wikipedia - Coffee Island -- Greek coffee house chain
Wikipedia - Cogan House Covered Bridge -- Covered bridge in Pennsylvania, US
Wikipedia - Coggeshall Farm Museum -- Museum in Bristol, Rhode Island, US
Wikipedia - Cognitive load -- effort being used in the working memory
Wikipedia - Coin of account -- Unit of money that does not exist as an actual coin but is used in figuring prices or other amounts of money
Wikipedia - Coin -- A small, flat and usually round piece of material used as money
Wikipedia - Cold reading -- Set of techniques used by mentalists, psychics, fortune-tellers, and mediums
Wikipedia - Cole Cobblestone Farmhouse -- Historic building in New York, United States
Wikipedia - Cole Hauser -- American actor
Wikipedia - Coles County Courthouse -- local government building in the United States
Wikipedia - Cole Sprouse -- American actor
Wikipedia - Colgan Air Flight 9446 -- 2003 aviation accident near Massachusetts, United States
Wikipedia - Colin Muset
Wikipedia - Collections management (museum) -- Process of overseeing a collection, including acquisition, curation, and deaccessioning
Wikipedia - College Boarding House -- 1959 film
Wikipedia - College of the Holy Cross -- Liberal arts college in Massachusetts, United States
Wikipedia - College Street Coffee House -- Cafe in Kolkata, India
Wikipedia - Collegio Ghislieri (Rome) -- College grounded by Giuseppe Ghislieri
Wikipedia - Collingham Bridge railway station -- Disused railway station in West Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Collings Foundation -- Aviation and automotive preservation foundation in Massachusetts, United States
Wikipedia - Collingwood, Liverpool -- Museum in Sydney, Australia
Wikipedia - Collins glass -- Glass tumbler used to serve mixed drinks
Wikipedia - Coloboma of optic nerve -- Rare defect of the optic nerve that causes moderate to severe visual field defects.
Wikipedia - Cologne Charterhouse
Wikipedia - Colonel Konigsfels Teaching Prince Poniatowski to Ride -- Painting by Bernardo Bellotto (National Museum in Warsaw)
Wikipedia - Colonial Williamsburg -- Living-history museum and private foundation presenting part of a historic district in the city of Williamsburg, VA
Wikipedia - Colorado's 3rd congressional district -- U.S. House district in western Colorado
Wikipedia - Color depth -- Number of bits used to indicate the color of a single pixel or number of bits used for each color component of a single pixel
Wikipedia - Colored Episcopal Mission -- Obsolete Anglican term used by the Episcopal Church in the United States of America
Wikipedia - Color photography -- Photography that uses media capable of representing colors
Wikipedia - Color scheme -- choice of colors used in design
Wikipedia - Color theory -- Principles around the use of color in visual arts
Wikipedia - Colour piece -- Section of a publication that focuses mainly on impressions or descriptions of the subject matter
Wikipedia - Columbia Hills (Mars) -- Range of low hills inside Gusev crater on Mars
Wikipedia - Columbia House -- Mail-order music club brand by Columbia Records
Wikipedia - Columbiana County Courthouse -- local government building in the United States
Wikipedia - Columbian sharp-tailed grouse -- Subspecies of bird
Wikipedia - Columbia (personification) -- Historical and poetic name used for the United States of America
Wikipedia - Columbus Museum of Art -- Museum in Columbus, Ohio, United States
Wikipedia - Combat box -- A heavy bomber formation used by the USAAF in WW2 to concentrate offensive and defensive firepower.
Wikipedia - Combat sidestroke -- Variation of side-stroke swimming used by United States Navy SEALs
Wikipedia - Combat Zone, Boston -- Name given in the 1960s to the adult entertainment district in downtown Boston, Massachusetts
Wikipedia - Combined Campuses and Colleges cricket team -- Cricket team
Wikipedia - Combustion analysis -- Method used in organic chemistry
Wikipedia - Comb -- Toothed device used for styling, cleaning and managing hair and scalp
Wikipedia - Come to My House -- 1927 film
Wikipedia - Comfort object -- Item used to provide psychological comfort
Wikipedia - Comic book therapy -- Use of comic books for rehab
Wikipedia - Comic timing -- the use of timing to enhance a comedic purpose
Wikipedia - Command center -- Place used to provide centralized command
Wikipedia - Command module Columbia -- Command module used for Apollo 11
Wikipedia - Comma operator -- (C and C++ programming languages) binary operator whose effect is to cause a sequence of operations to be performed
Wikipedia - Comma-separated values -- File format used to store data
Wikipedia - Commerce Bank Field at Foley Stadium -- City sports stadium in Worcester, Massachusetts, U.S.
Wikipedia - Commerce Clause -- Clause in the U.S. constitution concerning regulation of commerce
Wikipedia - Commercial code (communications) -- List of codes and abbreviations used to save on cablegram costs
Wikipedia - Commercial use of copyleft works
Wikipedia - Commercial use of space
Wikipedia - Commercial use of Wikimedia projects -- Any business or product selling content from Wikipedia or Wikimedia projects
Wikipedia - Commercial Users of Functional Programming
Wikipedia - Comminatory -- clause inserted into law
Wikipedia - Commission (document) -- Document appointing an individual as an officer, used by the government, military and organizations
Wikipedia - Commissioners of Irish Lights -- General Lighthouse Authority for Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland
Wikipedia - Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use -- European Medicines Agency committee
Wikipedia - Committee for Medicinal Products for Veterinary Use -- European Medicines Agency committee
Wikipedia - Committee for the First Amendment -- Action group formed in September 1947 by actors in support of the Hollywood Ten during the hearings of the House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC)
Wikipedia - Common house gecko -- Species of reptile
Wikipedia - Common house martin -- A migratory passerine bird of the swallow family found in Europe, Africa and Asia
Wikipedia - Common lodging-house -- A Victorian era term for a form of cheap accommodation
Wikipedia - Common name -- Name generally used for a taxon, group of taxa or organism(s)
Wikipedia - Common Service Book -- Worship book and hymnal used by several Lutheran denominations in North America
Wikipedia - Common traffic advisory frequency -- VHF radio frequency used in air-to-air communication
Wikipedia - Common User Access
Wikipedia - Commonwealth (U.S. state) -- Term used by four United States states in official names
Wikipedia - Communaute de communes CM-EM-^Sur de Chartreuse -- Federation of municipalities in France
Wikipedia - Communaute de communes Creuse Grand Sud -- Federation of municipalities in France
Wikipedia - Communaute de communes Creuse Sud Ouest -- Federation of municipalities in France
Wikipedia - Communaute de communes Monts et Vallees Ouest Creuse -- Federation of municipalities in France
Wikipedia - Communaute de communes Portes de la Creuse en Marche -- Federation of municipalities in France
Wikipedia - Communes of the Creuse department -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - Communication -- Act of conveying intended meanings from one entity or group to another through the use of mutually understood signs and rules
Wikipedia - Community card poker -- Any game of poker that uses community cards
Wikipedia - Community court -- Neighborhood-focused problem-solving courts emphasizing relationships
Wikipedia - Community House (Salt River, Cape Town) -- Historic site of living heritage
Wikipedia - Compact Disc Digital Audio -- Audio data format used on the compact disc
Wikipedia - Companies House -- United KingdomM-bM-^@M-^Ys registrar of companies
Wikipedia - Company for Henry -- 1967 novel by P.G. Wodehouse
Wikipedia - Comparative politics -- Field and a method used in political science
Wikipedia - Comparison of computer viruses
Wikipedia - Comparison of satellite buses -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - Comparison of Usenet newsreaders
Wikipedia - Compartmental models in epidemiology -- Type of mathematical model used for infectious diseases
Wikipedia - Compassion focused therapy
Wikipedia - Compassion-focused therapy
Wikipedia - Compass rose -- Figure on a compass, map, nautical chart, or monument used to display the orientation of the cardinal directions
Wikipedia - Compass saw -- type of saw used for making curved cuts
Wikipedia - Compass -- Instrument used for navigation and orientation
Wikipedia - Competency architecture -- Framework of skills used in competency-based learning
Wikipedia - Competitive swimwear -- Swimsuit, clothing, equipment and accessories used in the aquatic competitive sports
Wikipedia - Composition of Causes
Wikipedia - Compound interest -- A compounding sum paid for the use of money
Wikipedia - Compression arthralgia -- Joint pain caused by fast compression to high ambient pressure
Wikipedia - Comptroller of Puerto Rico -- Office charged with carrying out post-audits of the use of public funds in Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Comptroller of the Household
Wikipedia - Compuserve
Wikipedia - CompuServe -- 1969-2009 American online service provider
Wikipedia - Computational astrophysics -- Methods and computing tools developed and used in astrophysics research
Wikipedia - Computational fluid dynamics -- Branch of fluid mechanics that uses numerical analysis and data structures to solve and analyze problems that involve fluid flows
Wikipedia - Computational science -- Field that uses computers and mathematical models to analyze and solve scientific problems
Wikipedia - Compute Node Linux -- Runtime environment based on the Linux kernel for several Cray supercomputer systems based on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server
Wikipedia - Computer accessibility -- Ability of a computer system to be used by all people
Wikipedia - Computer addiction -- Excessive or compulsive use of the computer
Wikipedia - Computer Clubhouse -- Out-of-school learning program
Wikipedia - Computer desk -- Furniture for computer users
Wikipedia - Computer Fraud and Abuse Act
Wikipedia - Computer History Museum
Wikipedia - Computer-mediated reality -- Ability to manipulate one's perception of reality through the use of a computer
Wikipedia - Computer memory -- Device used on a computer for storing data
Wikipedia - Computer Misuse Act 1990
Wikipedia - Computer mouse -- Pointing device used to control a computer
Wikipedia - Computer speakers -- Type of speakers sold for use with computers
Wikipedia - Computerspielemuseum Berlin
Wikipedia - Computer terminal -- Computer input/output device; an electronic or electromechanical hardware device that is used for entering data into, and displaying data from, a computer or a computing system update programming
Wikipedia - Computer user satisfaction
Wikipedia - Computer viruses
Wikipedia - Computer vision dazzle -- A type of camouflage used to hamper facial recognition software
Wikipedia - Concerts at Knebworth House -- Open-air rock and pop concert
Wikipedia - Conch house -- House style in Florida, US
Wikipedia - Concord Free Public Library -- Public library in Concord, Massachusetts
Wikipedia - Concordia Publishing House
Wikipedia - Concord, Massachusetts -- Town in Massachusetts, United States
Wikipedia - Concord Museum
Wikipedia - Concrete masonry unit -- Rectangular block used in construction
Wikipedia - Concrete pump -- Machine used for transferring liquid concrete by pumping
Wikipedia - Concrete step barrier -- Safety barrier used on the central reservation of motorways
Wikipedia - Concurrent user
Wikipedia - Conde Nast (businessman) -- American publisher (1873-1942), founder of the eponymous publishing house
Wikipedia - Condenser (laboratory) -- laboratory apparatus used to condense vapors
Wikipedia - Conditional access -- System used to prevent non-paying customers from accessing content that requires payment
Wikipedia - Coney Beach Pleasure Park -- Amusement park in Mid Glamorgan, Wales
Wikipedia - Confederation of Passenger Transport -- Advocacy group representing operators of British buses and coaches
Wikipedia - Conference House Park -- Public park in Staten Island, New York
Wikipedia - Confessions of a Frustrated Housewife -- 1976 film
Wikipedia - Confused deputy problem
Wikipedia - Confused moth -- Extinct species of moth
Wikipedia - Confusing similarity -- Test used during trademark examination
Wikipedia - Congenital melanocytic nevus -- Congenital mole caused by genetic mutations
Wikipedia - Congregation for the Causes of Saints -- Catholic Church dicastery overseeing the process of canonization of saints
Wikipedia - Congregation for the Causes of the Saints
Wikipedia - Congregation (group of houses)
Wikipedia - Congregation House of Israel -- Synagogue in Quebec, Canada
Wikipedia - Congress Hall -- Museum and former capitol building in Philadelphia, USA
Wikipedia - Congressional Solar Caucus -- Caucus in the US House of Representatives
Wikipedia - Conical scanning -- System used in radar to improve accuracy
Wikipedia - Conjugal dictatorship -- Unofficial phrase used in the Philippines to refer to Ferdinand Marcos and his wife Imelda
Wikipedia - Conjunction (grammar) -- Part of speech that connects two words, sentences, phrases, or clauses
Wikipedia - Connecticut River Walk Park -- Park and bikeway in Springfield, Massachusetts
Wikipedia - Connecticut's 4th congressional district -- U.S. House district in southwestern Connecticut
Wikipedia - Connecticut's at-large congressional district -- Historical U.S. House district in the state of Connecticut
Wikipedia - Connecticut's congressional districts -- U.S. House districts in the state of Connecticut
Wikipedia - Connect (users group)
Wikipedia - Conning tower -- raised platform on a ship or submarine used to command the vessel
Wikipedia - Conodont biostratigraphy -- Use of a particular fossil class to identify stratigraphy
Wikipedia - Conrad Luft Sr. House -- Historical home
Wikipedia - Conrad, Margrave of Meissen -- 12th century Margrave of the House of Wettin and ancestor of the Saxon electors and kings
Wikipedia - Conscientious objection to abortion -- The right of medical staff to refuse participation in abortion
Wikipedia - Consciousness causes collapse
Wikipedia - Conservation grazing -- Use of animals to graze areas like nature reserves to maintain habitats
Wikipedia - Conservation status -- Indication of the chance of a species' extinction, regardless of authority used
Wikipedia - Conservatism -- Political philosophy focused on retaining traditional social institutions
Wikipedia - Consideration of Bills Select Committee (Malaysia) -- Committee appointed by the Malaysian House of Representatives
Wikipedia - Considered harmful -- Phrase used in titles of diatribes and other critical essays
Wikipedia - Consolidated Fund -- Term used to refer to the main bank account of the government in certain countries
Wikipedia - Constable Burton railway station -- Disused railway station in North Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Constance of France, Countess of Toulouse
Wikipedia - Constance Quimby -- American politician and member of the Vermont State House of Representatives
Wikipedia - Constantin von Ettingshausen
Wikipedia - Constant weight apnea -- Freediving discipline in which the diver descends and ascends only by swimming with the use of fins
Wikipedia - Constant weight without fins -- Freediving discipline in which the diver descends and ascends only by swimming without the use of fins
Wikipedia - Construction aggregate -- Coarse to fine grain rock materials used in concrete
Wikipedia - Constructor (software) -- CAD software used in construction
Wikipedia - Consumer price index -- Statistic to indicate the change in typical household expenditure
Wikipedia - Consumer -- Person or group of people that are the final users or consumers of products and or services; one who pays something to consume goods and services produced
Wikipedia - Contact paper -- Adhesive paper used as a covering or lining
Wikipedia - Container -- Any receptacle for holding a product used in storage, packaging, and shipping
Wikipedia - Contemporary Christian music -- Genre of modern popular music lyrically focused on matters concerned with the Christian faith
Wikipedia - Contemporary Latin -- Form of the Latin language used since the 19th century
Wikipedia - Content clause
Wikipedia - Content marketing -- Form of marketing focused on creating content for a targeted audience online
Wikipedia - Content (media) -- Information and experiences that are directed toward an end-user or audience
Wikipedia - Context (language use) -- Objects or conditions associated with an event or use of a term that provide resources for its appropriate interpretation
Wikipedia - Context menu -- User interface element
Wikipedia - Contiguous gene syndrome -- Combined clinical phenotype caused by each gene involved in a chromosomal abnormality
Wikipedia - Continuing education unit -- Measure used for professionals to maintain licenses
Wikipedia - Contraceptive implant -- Implantable medical device used for birth control
Wikipedia - Contrast agent -- Substance used in medical imaging to enhance the contrast of structures or fluids within the body
Wikipedia - Controlled buoyant lift -- A technique used by scuba divers to raise an incapacitated diver to the surface
Wikipedia - Controlled emergency swimming ascent -- A technique used by scuba divers to return to the surface in an out-of-gas emergency in shallow water
Wikipedia - Control valve -- Device used to regulate fluid flow
Wikipedia - Conus fusellinus -- Species of sea snail
Wikipedia - Conventional treatment -- Therapy that is widely used and accepted by most health professionals
Wikipedia - Conversational user interfaces
Wikipedia - Conversational user interface -- Computer interface that emulates a conversation with a human
Wikipedia - Conversion disorder -- Diagnostic category used in some psychiatric classification systems
Wikipedia - Conveyor belt -- Close-loop rubber band used in motorized conveying system
Wikipedia - Conveyor system -- Equipment used for conveying materials
Wikipedia - Convolution reverb -- Process used for digitally simulating the reverberation of a physical or virtual space
Wikipedia - Conway, Massachusetts -- Town in Massachusetts, United States
Wikipedia - Conway notation (knot theory) -- Notation used to describe knots based on operations on tangles
Wikipedia - Cookbook Museum -- Museum in MM-CM-%ltidens hus, Grythyttan, Sweden
Wikipedia - Cookie jar -- Jar used specifically to store edible treats such as cookies or biscuits
Wikipedia - Cooking apple -- apple that is used primarily for cooking
Wikipedia - Cooking banana -- Banana cultivars commonly used in cooking
Wikipedia - Cooking -- Preparing food for consumption with the use of heat
Wikipedia - Coolant -- Substance used to reduce or regulate the temperature of a system
Wikipedia - CoolCalifornia.org -- Californian website focused on environmental resources
Wikipedia - Cooley Dickinson Hospital -- Hospital in Massachusetts, US
Wikipedia - Coombs test -- Blood test used in immunohematology
Wikipedia - Coonley House -- United States national historic place
Wikipedia - Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum -- Design museum in Manhattan, New York
Wikipedia - Co-op Place -- Multi-use indoor arena in Medicine Hat, Alberta
Wikipedia - Coornhoop -- Historic 17th century farmhouse in Cape Town
Wikipedia - Cooter's Place -- Museum
Wikipedia - Copgrove railway station -- Disused railway station in North Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - COPINE scale -- System for rating the severity of images of child sex abuse
Wikipedia - Copley Place -- Shopping mall in Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Wikipedia - Copmanthorpe railway station -- Disused railway station in North Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - CopperheadOS -- Mobile operating system focused on privacy and security
Wikipedia - Copper interconnects -- Used in semiconductor integrated circuits
Wikipedia - Coptic alphabet -- Script used for writing the Coptic language
Wikipedia - Coptic Catholic Church -- Eastern Catholic particular church which uses the Alexandrian Rite
Wikipedia - Copyleft -- Practice of mandating free use in all derivatives of a work
Wikipedia - Copyright Clearance Center -- US company that provides collective copyright licensing services for corporate and academic users of copyrighted materials
Wikipedia - Copyright symbol -- Copyright symbol - the symbol used in copyright notices for works other than sound recordings
Wikipedia - Coram nobis -- Court procedure used to correct grave errors
Wikipedia - Corbreuse -- Commune in M-CM-^Nle-de-France, France
Wikipedia - Cordless -- Term used to refer to electrical or electronic devices that are powered by a battery or battery pack and can operate without a power cord or cable attached to an electrical outlet to provide mains power, allowing greater mobility
Wikipedia - Core fonts for the Web -- Fonts supplied at one time by Microsoft for canonical web use
Wikipedia - Core router -- Router used on the internet backbone and on internet exchanges
Wikipedia - Cor Euser -- Dutch racing driver from Oss
Wikipedia - Corey Causeway -- Bridge in Florida, United States of America
Wikipedia - Corinth House -- 1961 Australian TV movie
Wikipedia - Corkbeg House -- Historic house in County Cork, Ireland
Wikipedia - Cornelia Ewigleben -- German museum director
Wikipedia - Cornelis Kruseman
Wikipedia - Cornell Tech -- Technology-focused campus of Cornell University located in New York City
Wikipedia - Coronary CT angiography -- Use of computed tomography angiography to assess the coronary arteries of the heart
Wikipedia - Coronaviridae -- Family of viruses in the order Nidovirales
Wikipedia - Coronavirus disease 2019 -- Disease caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2
Wikipedia - Coronavirus packaging signal -- Regulartory element in coronaviruses
Wikipedia - Corporal punishment in the home -- A form of punishment used by parents to discourage bad behaviour
Wikipedia - Corporate abuse
Wikipedia - Corporations of Jehovah's Witnesses -- List of corporations in use by Jehovah's Witnesses
Wikipedia - Corpus (museum) -- Dutch human biology museum
Wikipedia - Corr Castle -- Tower house in Sutton, Dublin
Wikipedia - Correa backhouseana -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Corrective rape -- Hate crime in which a person is raped because of their perceived sexual or gender orientation
Wikipedia - Correct name -- The one scientific name to be used (from a particular scientific point of view)
Wikipedia - Correllengua -- Series of celebrations promoting the use of the Catalan language
Wikipedia - Cory in the House -- American television series
Wikipedia - Corymb -- Term used in botany to describe a certain type of flower growth
Wikipedia - Coshocton County Courthouse -- local government building in the United States
Wikipedia - Cosmic infrared background -- Infrared radiation caused by stellar dust
Wikipedia - Cosmic Pulses -- Electronic composition by Karlheinz Stockhausen
Wikipedia - Costa Coffee -- British multinational coffeehouse company
Wikipedia - Costume jewelry -- Jewelry used to complement a particular costume
Wikipedia - Cotton-spinning machinery -- Machinery used to spin cotton
Wikipedia - Council for a Democratic Germany -- New York-based, Germany-focused political organization
Wikipedia - Council House, Perth -- office building in Perth, Western Australia
Wikipedia - Council house -- Form of public or social housing in the UK and Ireland
Wikipedia - Council of States (Switzerland) -- Upper house of the Federal Assembly of Switzerland
Wikipedia - Council of the Nation -- Upper house of Algerian Parliament
Wikipedia - Council of the Republic (France) -- Upper house of the Fourth French Republic
Wikipedia - Council of Toulouse -- Council of the Roman Catholic Church
Wikipedia - Count Alphonse de Toulouse-Lautrec Driving His Mail-Coach -- Painting by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
Wikipedia - Counterrevolution and Revolt -- 1972 book by Herbert Marcuse
Wikipedia - Counting house
Wikipedia - Count of Toulouse
Wikipedia - Country Curtains -- Retail home curtain business founded in 1956 in Massachusettes, US
Wikipedia - Country House (horse) -- Thoroughbred race horse
Wikipedia - Country House (song) -- 1995 single by Blur
Wikipedia - Country Walk case -- 1985 day care sex abuse case in Miami, FL
Wikipedia - County courthouses in New Jersey -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - County of La Marche -- Medieval French county, approximately corresponding to the modern departement of Creuse
Wikipedia - County (United States) -- Subdivision used by most states in the United States of America
Wikipedia - Courageous Cat and Minute Mouse -- Television series
Wikipedia - Court hand -- Style of handwriting used in medieval English law courts
Wikipedia - Court House Crooks -- 1915 film
Wikipedia - Courthouse Hill Historic District -- United States historic place
Wikipedia - Courthouse -- Building which is home to a court
Wikipedia - Court Marshal of Denmark -- Chief Administrative Officer of the Royal Household of Denmark.
Wikipedia - Courtney Buses -- British bus company
Wikipedia - Courtney Campbell Causeway -- Bridge in Florida, United States of America
Wikipedia - Covered goods wagon -- Enclosed railway wagon used to carry freight
Wikipedia - COVID-19 pandemic in Boston -- Ongoing COVID-19 viral pandemic in Boston, Massachusetts
Wikipedia - COVID-19 pandemic in Massachusetts -- Ongoing COVID-19 viral pandemic in Massachusetts, United States
Wikipedia - Cowden Park House -- Listed historic building in Alloa, Clackmannanshire, Scotland
Wikipedia - Cowl (chimney) -- Hood-shaped covering used to increase the draft of a chimney and prevent backflow
Wikipedia - Cowton railway station -- Disused railway station in North Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Coxton Tower -- 16th-century tower house in Scotland
Wikipedia - Coxwold railway station -- Disused railway station in North Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Crab claw sail -- Triangular sail with spars along upper and lower edges used by traditional Austronesians
Wikipedia - Crab louse -- Species of insect
Wikipedia - Crab Rave -- 2018 tropical house song by Noisestorm
Wikipedia - Crabtree Creek (Neuse River tributary) -- Stream in North Carolina, USA
Wikipedia - Cragside -- Victorian country house near Rothbury in Northumberland, England
Wikipedia - Craigdarroch Castle -- Historic house museum in British Columbia, Canada
Wikipedia - Crakehall railway station -- Disused railway station in North Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Crane (rail) -- Type of crane used on a railroad
Wikipedia - Crank (person) -- Pejorative term used for a person who holds an unshakable belief that most of their contemporaries consider to be false
Wikipedia - Crawford County Courthouse (Illinois) -- Local government building in the United States
Wikipedia - Crawford County Courthouse (Ohio) -- local government building in the United States
Wikipedia - Crawford Texas Peace House -- Anti-war organization
Wikipedia - Crayford focuser -- Focusing mechanism for amateur telescopes
Wikipedia - Crazy House (1928 film) -- 1928 film
Wikipedia - Crazyhouse -- Chess variant with drops
Wikipedia - Creance -- Long, light cord used to tether a flying hawk or falcon during training in falconry
Wikipedia - Creation Museum -- Museum promoting a pseudoscientific creationist point of view
Wikipedia - Creative Commercials -- Indian film production house
Wikipedia - Creative Commons license -- Public copyright license for allowing free use of a work
Wikipedia - Creative Discovery Museum -- Children's museum in Chattanooga, Tennessee, United States
Wikipedia - Credentes -- Householders among Cathars and Waldenses
Wikipedia - Credit Union iPlex -- Multi-use indoor arena in Swift Current, Saskatchewan
Wikipedia - Cregneash -- Village and museum on the Isle of Man
Wikipedia - Creskeld Hall -- Country house in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Cresyl violet -- A basic dye and is used as a common stain in histology.
Wikipedia - Creuse -- Department of France
Wikipedia - Cricket ball -- Ball used to play cricket
Wikipedia - Crime and Human Nature: The Definitive Study of the Causes of Crime
Wikipedia - Crimes at the Dark House -- 1940 film by George King
Wikipedia - Criminology -- Study of the causes and manifestations of crime
Wikipedia - Crisis negotiation -- Technique used to communicate with people who are threatening violence
Wikipedia - Criteria of truth -- Standards and rules used to judge the accuracy of statements and claims
Wikipedia - Critical mathematics pedagogy -- Liberation-focused math education
Wikipedia - Critical theory -- Philosophy that sociological understanding's primary use should be social reform
Wikipedia - Crocker & Brewster -- Publishing house
Wikipedia - Crocker Art Museum -- American art museum in Sacramento, California
Wikipedia - Croesor quarry -- Disused slate mine in North Wales
Wikipedia - Cromhouthuizen -- Group of canal houses in Amsterdam
Wikipedia - Crompton Hall -- Historic house in Crompton, Lancashire, England
Wikipedia - Cromwell Museum -- Museum in Huntingdon, England
Wikipedia - Crook County Courthouse -- Courthouse in Prineville, Oregon, United States
Wikipedia - Crookhaven Heads Light -- Lighthouse in New South Wales, Australia
Wikipedia - Crop (implement) -- Short type of whip without a lash, used in horseback riding
Wikipedia - Crop milk -- secretion used by some birds to feed their young
Wikipedia - Cross and Mauser -- 1925 film
Wikipedia - Crossatron -- Type of gas-filled tube used as a pulsed modulator device
Wikipedia - Cross Bones -- Disused burial ground in Southwark, London
Wikipedia - Cross-community vote -- Form of voting used in Northern Ireland
Wikipedia - Crosses in heraldry -- Cross symbols used in heraldry
Wikipedia - Crossing-based interface -- Type of graphical user interface
Wikipedia - Crossover (genetic algorithm) -- Operator used to vary the programming of chromosomes from one generation to the next
Wikipedia - Crossroads Centre -- Substance abuse treatment facility in Antigua
Wikipedia - Crowbar (tool) -- Hand tool used for pulling nails with leverage
Wikipedia - Crowd abuse
Wikipedia - Crowd control barrier -- Barricade commonly used at public events
Wikipedia - Crowd counting -- Crowd counting or crowd estimating is a technique used to count or estimate the number of people in a crowd.
Wikipedia - Crowded House -- Pop rock band from New Zealand/Australia
Wikipedia - Crowdy Head Light -- Lighthouse in New South Wales, Australia
Wikipedia - Crown House, St Leonards-on-Sea -- House in the United Kingdom
Wikipedia - Crow's nest -- Structure in the upper part of the main mast of a ship, used as a lookout point
Wikipedia - Cruck -- Curved timber used as roof support
Wikipedia - Cruft -- Jargon word for redundant, obtrusive material, originally used in computing
Wikipedia - Cruiserweight (professional wrestling) -- Weight class used in professional wrestling
Wikipedia - Cruise ship -- Passenger ship used for pleasure voyages
Wikipedia - Cryotherapy -- Local or general use of low temperatures in medical therapy
Wikipedia - Cryptographic hash function -- Hash function that is suitable for use in cryptography
Wikipedia - Crystal Beach Park -- Former amusement park in Crystal Beach, Ontario
Wikipedia - Crystal Bird Fauset -- American state legislator
Wikipedia - Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art -- art museum in Bentonville, Arkansas
Wikipedia - Crystallopathy -- Disease caused by accumulation of crystals
Wikipedia - Crystal oscillator frequencies -- Frequencies used by electrical components
Wikipedia - Crystal Palace Amusement Park -- Defunct Canadian amusement park
Wikipedia - Crystal radio -- Simple radio receiver circuit used mostly for AM reception
Wikipedia - CTD (instrument) -- An oceanography instrument used to measure the conductivity, temperature, and pressure of seawater
Wikipedia - Cuban peso -- one of two official currencies in use in Cuba, along with the convertible peso
Wikipedia - Cubbyhouse -- 2001 film by Murray Fahey
Wikipedia - Cubic Hermite spline -- Cubic function used for interpolation
Wikipedia - Cucurbata Mare -- A.K.A "Bihor Peak" located in Apuseni from Romania.
Wikipedia - Cudworth railway station -- Disused railway station in South Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Culebrita Lighthouse -- Spanish-era lighthouse in Culebra, Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Cullen House -- Large house in Moray, Scotland
Wikipedia - Cullingworth railway station -- Disused railway station in West Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Cullman County Museum -- historical museum
Wikipedia - Culm bomb -- Compressed block of culm used for fuelling a fire
Wikipedia - Cultural anthropology -- Branch of anthropology focused on the study of cultural variation among humans
Wikipedia - Cultural cringe -- An internalized inferiority complex that causes people in a country to dismiss their own culture as inferior to the cultures of other countries
Wikipedia - Cultural eutrophication -- The acceleration of natural eutrophication because of human activity
Wikipedia - Culture Abuse -- Punk rock band
Wikipedia - Culture House Eemhuis -- Building in Amersfoort
Wikipedia - Culture industry -- Expression suggesting that popular culture is used to manipulate mass society into passivity
Wikipedia - Culturgen -- Term used to denote a unit of culture
Wikipedia - Culverhouse Cross -- A district straddling the boundary between Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan, Wales
Wikipedia - Cumberland County Courthouse (Illinois) -- local government building in the United States
Wikipedia - Cumberland House Cree Nation -- First Nation in Saskatchewan, Canada
Wikipedia - Cumberland Terrace -- Grade I listed terraced house in London, United Kingdom
Wikipedia - Cumin -- Species of plant with seeds used as a spice
Wikipedia - Cum sole -- A Latin phrase meaning with the sun, sometimes used in meteorology and physical oceanography to refer to anticyclonic motion
Wikipedia - Cuneiform -- Logosyllabic script used to write several languages of the Ancient Near East
Wikipedia - Cunt -- Vulgar term for female genitalia, or used as a general insult
Wikipedia - CupNoodles Museum Osaka Ikeda -- Science museum dedicated to instant noodles
Wikipedia - Curare -- Group of chemical substances used as poison
Wikipedia - Curbstone Press -- American publishing house
Wikipedia - Currency museum, Colombo -- Museum in Sri Lanka
Wikipedia - Currency sign (typography) -- Typographic character used to denote an unspecified currency
Wikipedia - Currency strap -- Strip of paper used to bundle currency
Wikipedia - Currency symbol -- Symbol used to represent a monetary currency's name
Wikipedia - Current Procedural Terminology -- Medical coding used in the United States
Wikipedia - Current transformer -- Transformer used to scale alternating current, used as sensor for AC power
Wikipedia - Currier House (Harvard College) -- Residential House of Harvard College
Wikipedia - Curse of Tippecanoe -- Used to describe the death in office of Presidents of the United States elected in years divisible by twenty
Wikipedia - Cursor (user interface)
Wikipedia - Curtain -- Cloth used to block out light
Wikipedia - Curt Clausen -- American race walker
Wikipedia - Curtis Guild Jr. -- 43rd Governor of Massachusetts
Wikipedia - Curtis McCormack -- American politician and member of the Vermont State House of Representatives
Wikipedia - Curtiss P-6 Hawk -- Fighter aircraft in use by the US Army Air Corps 1929-1937
Wikipedia - Curtius Museum
Wikipedia - Curt Taylor -- American politician and member of the Vermont State House of Representatives
Wikipedia - Curve448 -- Elliptic curve used in Internet cryptography
Wikipedia - Cushing House -- Student dormitory at Vassar College
Wikipedia - Custom House, City of London -- Grade I listed building in the United Kingdom
Wikipedia - Custom House for ExCeL DLR station -- Docklands Light Railway station
Wikipedia - Custom House, Poole -- Listed building in Poole, Dorset, England
Wikipedia - Custom house -- Government office building for import and export of goods
Wikipedia - CUT&RUN sequencing -- A method used to analyze protein interactions with DNA.
Wikipedia - CUT&Tag sequencing -- A method used to analyze protein interactions with DNA.
Wikipedia - Cut, copy, and paste -- User-interface interaction technique for transferring text, data, files or objects from a source to a destination
Wikipedia - Cutlass -- Short sword used by sailors on sailing ships
Wikipedia - Cutting room floor -- Term used in film industry to refer to unused footage not included in the finished film
Wikipedia - Cutts-Madison House -- Historic building in Washington, D.C.
Wikipedia - Cuvier Island Lighthouse -- Lighthouse in New Zealand
Wikipedia - Cuyahoga County Courthouse -- local government building in the United States
Wikipedia - C. V. Wood -- American developer of amusement parks
Wikipedia - CXP (connector) -- Electrical connector used for Infiniband and Ethernet
Wikipedia - Cybercrimes Act in Tanzania -- Law in Tanzania for criminalizing offences related to computer systems and Information Communication Technologies; provides for investigation, collection, and use of electronic evidence in Tanzania Mainland and Zanzibar
Wikipedia - Cyber Intelligence House -- Singapore cyber intelligence company
Wikipedia - Cyberocracy -- Form of government that rules by the use of information
Wikipedia - Cyberstalking -- The use of the Internet as means of monitoring users activities maliciously
Wikipedia - Cyberterrorism -- the use of the Internet as means of threatening or seriously damaging personal's life in the form of political and ideological goals
Wikipedia - Cyberwarfare by Russia -- Various types of cyberwarfare used by Russia against many nations.
Wikipedia - Cyclical theory (United States history) -- Model used to explain the fluctuations in politics throughout American history
Wikipedia - Cyclic redundancy check -- Type of hash function used to detect errors in data storage or transmission
Wikipedia - Cycling infrastructure -- facilities for use by cyclists
Wikipedia - Cyclophosphamide -- Medication used as chemotherapy and to suppress the immune system
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Wikipedia - Cylindrobasidium laeve -- Species of fungus used as a mycoherbicide to control Acacia mearnsii (black wattle) in South Africa
Wikipedia - Cynthia Browning -- American politician and member of the Vermont State House of Representatives
Wikipedia - Cyprus Museum -- Archaeological museum in Cyprus
Wikipedia - Cysticercosis -- Tissue infection caused by the young form of the pork tapeworm
Wikipedia - Cytorhabdovirus -- Genus of plant viruses
Wikipedia - Czartoryski Museum
Wikipedia - Czech Center Museum Houston -- Museum in Houston
Wikipedia - Czechoslovakian M53 helmet -- Helmet used by the Czechoslovak military starting in 1954
Wikipedia - Czolpino Lighthouse -- Lighthouse in Poland
Wikipedia - Dacre railway station -- Disused railway station in North Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Dad's Army Museum -- Museum dedicated to the comedy series ''Dad's Army''
Wikipedia - Dagebull Lighthouse -- Lighthouse in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
Wikipedia - Dagger (typography) -- Symbol indicating a footnote, typically after an asterisk has already been used
Wikipedia - Dagmar Droysen-Reber -- German musicologist and museum director
Wikipedia - Dagmar Krause -- German singer
Wikipedia - Dai bamboo house -- Common architectural style in Dai villages
Wikipedia - Dail Eireann -- Lower house of the Oireachtas (Irish parliament)
Wikipedia - Daily Hampshire Gazette -- Newspaper in Northampton, Massachusetts, US
Wikipedia - Daily Kos -- Blog focused on left-wing American politics
Wikipedia - Dairy Hollow House -- Inn in Arkansas
Wikipedia - Daisy Coleman -- American advocate for victims of sexual abuse
Wikipedia - DAKS -- British luxury fashion house
Wikipedia - Dale Husemoller -- American mathematician
Wikipedia - Dales Country House Hotel, Upper Sheringham -- Country house hotel in Norfolk, England
Wikipedia - Dalila Argaez Wendlandt -- American judge; Associate Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court
Wikipedia - Dalkeith (Arcola, North Carolina) -- historic plantation house
Wikipedia - Dallas Museum of Art
Wikipedia - Dalvik (software) -- Virtual machine used by Android for execute Java-written apps
Wikipedia - Damage control -- In maritime context, emergency control of situations which may cause the sinking of a ship
Wikipedia - Damien Keown -- Bioethicist focused on Buddhist ethics
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Wikipedia - Danby Wiske railway station -- Disused railway station in North Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Dancehouse
Wikipedia - Dandaleith stone -- Pictish stone discovered at Craigellachie and now in the Elgin Museum, Moray, Scotland, UK
Wikipedia - Dan Donahue -- Massachusetts politician
Wikipedia - Danesfield House -- Country house in Buckinghamshire, England
Wikipedia - Dangerhouse Records -- Record label
Wikipedia - Danger Mouse (musician) -- American musician, songwriter and producer
Wikipedia - Dan Hausel -- American polymath
Wikipedia - Dan Houser -- English video game producer
Wikipedia - Daniar Usenov -- Kyrgyz banker and politician
Wikipedia - Daniel Carleton Gajdusek
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Wikipedia - Daniel Davis (Massachusetts lawyer) -- American attorney
Wikipedia - Daniel Fisher (Massachusetts politician) -- American colonial politician
Wikipedia - Daniel F. Murphy House -- Historic house in Boise, Idaho
Wikipedia - Daniel Hochhauser -- British oncologist
Wikipedia - Daniel Noyes -- American politician and member of the Vermont State House of Representatives
Wikipedia - Daniel R. Carey -- Massachusetts politician
Wikipedia - Daniel Webster Jenkins House -- United States historic place
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Wikipedia - Dan Meuser -- American businessman and politician
Wikipedia - Dan Newhouse -- U.S. Representative from Washington
Wikipedia - Danuse Zdenkova -- Czech judoka
Wikipedia - Dan van Husen -- German actor
Wikipedia - Danvers, Massachusetts
Wikipedia - Dao (sword) -- Single-edged Chinese sword primarily used for slashing and chopping
Wikipedia - Dar Adiyel -- Historic house in Fes, Morocco
Wikipedia - Dar Affes -- House of the medina of Sfax, Tunisia
Wikipedia - Darbar (title) -- Title of honor or respect used generally in the western Indian State of Gujarat
Wikipedia - Darby House (Baldwin, Louisiana) -- Slave plantation
Wikipedia - Dare House -- Art deco building in Chennai, India
Wikipedia - Darfield railway station -- Disused railway station in South Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Dar Jamai Museum -- Museum in Morocco
Wikipedia - Darke County Courthouse, Sheriff's House and Jail -- local government building in the United States
Wikipedia - Dark energy -- unknown property in cosmology that causes the expansion of the universe to accelerate.
Wikipedia - Dark fibre -- unused optical fibre
Wikipedia - Dark Palace -- Novel by Frank Moorhouse
Wikipedia - Dark ride -- Type of amusement ride
Wikipedia - Dark soy sauce -- Thick Chinese soy sauce used for color and flavour
Wikipedia - Darley railway station -- Disused railway station in North Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Darlowo Lighthouse -- Lighthouse in Poland
Wikipedia - Darn That Dream -- Song composed by Jimmy Van Heusen
Wikipedia - Dar Shorouq -- Arabic publishing house
Wikipedia - Dartmouth, Massachusetts -- Town of particular historical importance in Massachusetts
Wikipedia - Dar ul-Aala -- Moroccan classical music museum
Wikipedia - DARVO -- Acronym used to describe a common strategy of abusers
Wikipedia - Da share z0ne -- Satirical social media user
Wikipedia - Dashi -- family of stocks used in Japanese cuisine
Wikipedia - Das Kriminalmuseum -- Television series
Wikipedia - Data access -- Software and activities related to storing, retrieving, or acting on data housed in a database or other repository
Wikipedia - Data buffer -- Region of a physical memory storage used to temporarily store data while it is being moved from one place to another
Wikipedia - Data center -- Building or room used to house computer servers and related equipment
Wikipedia - Data control language -- Syntax similar to a computer programming language used to control access to data stored in a database
Wikipedia - Data warehouse automation
Wikipedia - Data warehouses
Wikipedia - Data warehouse
Wikipedia - Dative case -- Grammatical case generally used to indicate the noun to which something is given
Wikipedia - Dave Arnold -- American chef and museum founder
Wikipedia - Dave House -- English musician
Wikipedia - Dave Krusen -- American musician
Wikipedia - Dave Lee (DJ) -- British DJ and house music producer
Wikipedia - Dave Robertson (Massachusetts politician) -- American politician
Wikipedia - David Alan Stevenson -- Scottish lighthouse engineer
Wikipedia - David Backhouse -- Dutch slalom canoeist
Wikipedia - David Biele -- Massachusetts politician
Wikipedia - David Bly -- American politician and member of the Minnesota House of Representatives
Wikipedia - David Hillhouse Buel (priest)
Wikipedia - David Lane (Massachusetts politician) -- American politician from Massachusetts
Wikipedia - David LeBoeuf -- Massachusetts politician
Wikipedia - David L. Tennenhouse
Wikipedia - David Martin (Michigan politician) -- Member of Michigan House of Representatives
Wikipedia - David M. Wilson -- British archaeologist, art historian, and museum curator
Wikipedia - David Pannick, Baron Pannick -- British lawyer and House of Lords crossbencher
Wikipedia - David Rittenhouse
Wikipedia - David W. Courdin House -- Historic house in Monett, Missouri
Wikipedia - David Yacovone -- American politician and member of the Vermont State House of Representatives
Wikipedia - Davina Whitehouse -- New Zealander actor (1912-2002)
Wikipedia - Davison House -- Vassar College dormitory
Wikipedia - Davis Submerged Escape Apparatus -- Early submarine escape oxygen rebreather also used for shallow water diving.
Wikipedia - Davy lamp -- Safety lamp for use in flammable atmospheres
Wikipedia - Dawn House School -- Special school in Rainworth, Nottinghamshire, England
Wikipedia - Day care sex abuse hysteria
Wikipedia - Day-care sex-abuse hysteria -- Moral panic and series of prosecutions in North America in the final quarter of the 20th century onwards
Wikipedia - Day House Lane Stone Circle -- Neolithic stone circle in Wiltshire, England
Wikipedia - Daylesford House -- Country house near Daylesford, England
Wikipedia - Day sailer -- Small boat designed for use for one day's sailing, typically has no sleeping accommodation
Wikipedia - DBZ (meteorology) -- Unit of measure used in weather radar.
Wikipedia - DCS Europe -- A seller and distributor of health, beauty and household brands
Wikipedia - DCU Center -- Indoor arena in Worcester, Massachusetts
Wikipedia - Dead Christ Supported by Angels (Bellini, Rimini) -- Painting by Giovanni Bellini in the City Museum of Rimini
Wikipedia - Dead Hand -- Cold-War-era nuclear-control system used by the Soviet Union
Wikipedia - Dead Star/In Your World -- Muse single
Wikipedia - Dead zone (ecology) -- Low-oxygen areas in oceans and large lakes caused by nutrient and fertilizer pollution
Wikipedia - Deafhood -- Term used in deaf culture
Wikipedia - De-aging in film -- De-aging is a visual effects technique used to make an actor look younger
Wikipedia - Dean College -- Private college in Franklin, Massachusetts, United States
Wikipedia - Deanery Garden -- Grade I listed English country house in Wokingham, United Kingdom
Wikipedia - Dean of the House (Canada) -- Longest sitting member of the House of Canada
Wikipedia - Dean of the United States House of Representatives -- Longest continuously serving member of the House of Respresentatives alive
Wikipedia - Death anxiety (psychology) -- Anxiety caused by thoughts of death
Wikipedia - Death from laughter -- Cause of death
Wikipedia - Death of Elaine Herzberg -- First pedestrian fatality caused by self-driving car
Wikipedia - Death of Nicky Verstappen -- Child sexual abuse and homicide case in the Netherlands
Wikipedia - Debbane Palace -- Historical building and museum in Sidon, Lebanon
Wikipedia - Debit card -- card used for financial transactions, usually without a credit line
Wikipedia - Deborah Read -- Spouse of Benjamin Franklin
Wikipedia - Debugger -- Computer program used to test and debug other programs
Wikipedia - Decantha borkhausenii -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Decentralized wastewater system -- Processes to convey, treat and dispose or reuse wastewater from small communities and alike
Wikipedia - Deception (criminal law) -- Legal term of art used in the definition of statutory offences in England and Wales and Northern Ireland
Wikipedia - Deck decompression chamber -- Hyperbaric chamber suitable for surface decompression or emergency use at a dive site
Wikipedia - Decker Press -- Poetry publishing house in Illinois, United States
Wikipedia - Declaration reflects use
Wikipedia - Decommissioned highway -- Road which is no longer in use, or route no longer officially authorized or maintained
Wikipedia - Decompression chamber -- Hyperbaric pressure vessel for human occupation used in diving operations to decompress divers
Wikipedia - Decompression equipment -- Equipment used by divers to facilitate decompression
Wikipedia - Decompression gas -- Oxygen-rich gas used for accelerated decompression
Wikipedia - Decompression sickness -- Disorder caused by dissolved gases in the tissues forming bubbles during reduction of the surrounding pressure
Wikipedia - Decoration Day (Appalachia and Liberia) -- A living tradition of group ancestor veneration observances focused on the maintenance and decoration of cemeteries and grave markers in Appalachia, Liberia, and other areas where Appalachian people migrated
Wikipedia - DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum -- Contemporary art museum in Lincoln, Mass.
Wikipedia - Decoupling for body-focused repetitive behaviors
Wikipedia - DECUS -- Independent computer user group related to Digital Equipment Corporation
Wikipedia - De Danske Husmoderforeninger -- Danish housewives association
Wikipedia - Dedham Historical Society and Museum -- Local history museum in Massachusetts, U.S.
Wikipedia - De Eenhoorn (publisher) -- Flemish publishing house
Wikipedia - Deepface (band) -- Dance/House/Electronica music act based out of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Wikipedia - Deep house -- Subgenre of house music that originated in the 1980s
Wikipedia - Deep Space Atomic Clock -- Atomic clock used for radio navigation in space
Wikipedia - Deep Springs Plantation -- Plantation house in Stoneville, North Carolina
Wikipedia - Deep-submergence rescue vehicle -- Submersible used for rescue of downed submarines and clandestine missions
Wikipedia - DEFCON -- Alert posture used by the United States Armed Forces
Wikipedia - Defeat COVID-19 Ad Hoc Committee -- Ad hoc committee of the House of Representatives of the Philippines
Wikipedia - Defence and Home Affairs Select Committee -- Committee appointed by the Malaysian House of Representatives
Wikipedia - Defendant -- Accused person
Wikipedia - Defense of Sihang Warehouse -- Engagement in the Battle of Shanghai (1937)
Wikipedia - Defensive wall -- Fortification used to protect an area from potential aggressors
Wikipedia - Defiance County Courthouse -- local government building in the United States
Wikipedia - De Finetti diagram -- Ternary plot used in population genetics
Wikipedia - Defining vocabulary -- List of words used by lexicographers to write dictionary definitions
Wikipedia - Definite clause grammar
Wikipedia - Definiteness -- Feature of noun phrases, distinguishing between entities that are specific and identifiable in a given context and entities which are not (don't use on lexemes)
Wikipedia - Defoliant -- Chemical sprayed or dusted on plants to cause its leaves to fall off
Wikipedia - Deforestation -- Conversion of forest to non-forest for human use
Wikipedia - DeFries-Fulker regression -- Method of multiple regression analysis used in behavioural genetics
Wikipedia - Degenerate art -- Pejorative term used by Nazi party for modern art
Wikipedia - Degree symbol -- Typographical symbol used to represent different physical quantities
Wikipedia - Deir ez-Zor Museum -- Museum in Syria
Wikipedia - DeKalb County Courthouse (Illinois) -- local government building in the United States
Wikipedia - Delaine Buses -- Lincolnshire bus operator
Wikipedia - Delaware County Courthouse (Ohio) -- local government building in the United States
Wikipedia - Delaware's at-large congressional district -- U.S. House district in the state of Delaware
Wikipedia - Delaware Senate -- Upper house of the Delaware General Assembly
Wikipedia - Delco Carousel
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Wikipedia - Deliberative assembly -- Organization that uses parliamentary procedure to make decisions
Wikipedia - Delichon -- A genus of passerine birds comprising three species of house martin
Wikipedia - Delirium tremens -- Rapid onset of confusion caused by alcohol withdrawal
Wikipedia - Deliverance ministry -- Type of prayer used by some Christian groups
Wikipedia - Delivery Bar Code Sorter -- Mail sorting machine used by the US Postal Service
Wikipedia - Delta Air Lines Flight 723 -- 1973 aviation accident in Massachusetts, United States
Wikipedia - Deltaretrovirus -- Genus of viruses
Wikipedia - Delta update -- Update that only requires the user to download changed code
Wikipedia - Demand response -- Techniques used to prevent power networks from being overwhelmed
Wikipedia - Demand valve oxygen therapy -- Use of high inhalation concentrations of oxygen as medical treatment
Wikipedia - Demo (music) -- song or group of songs recorded for limited circulation or reference use rather than for general public release
Wikipedia - Demonstration (political) -- Collective action by people in favor of a cause
Wikipedia - Dengue fever -- Tropical disease caused by the dengue virus, transmitted by mosquito
Wikipedia - Dengue vaccine -- Vaccine used to prevent dengue fever in humans
Wikipedia - Denholme railway station -- Disused railway station in West Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Denison House (Boston)
Wikipedia - Dennis Hastert -- American politician, U.S. Speaker of the House, convicted felon
Wikipedia - Dennos Museum Center -- Art museum, est. 1991 in Michigan
Wikipedia - Deno's Wonder Wheel Amusement Park -- Amusement park in Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York
Wikipedia - Densely packed decimal -- an efficient system of binary encoding for decimal digits used in decimal floating point
Wikipedia - Densmore and LeClear -- Architecture firm in Boston, Massachusetts
Wikipedia - Dental anesthesia -- anesthesia used in dental procedures
Wikipedia - Dental barotrauma -- Damage to a tooth caused by a change of ambient pressure
Wikipedia - Dental cement -- Materials used to bond teeth or materials to teeth
Wikipedia - Dental dam -- A thin, rectangular sheet used in dentistry to isolate the operative site
Wikipedia - Dental floss -- Cord of thin filaments used to remove food and dental plaque from between teeth in areas a toothbrush is unable to reach
Wikipedia - Dentil -- A small block used as a repeating ornament in the bedmould of a cornice
Wikipedia - Dentzel Carousel Company -- American carousel builder
Wikipedia - Department of African American Studies - Syracuse University -- Academic Department at Syracuse University in Syracuse, New York, U.S.
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Wikipedia - Deprecation -- Discouragement of use of a technology, feature, design, or practice
Wikipedia - Deputy Marshal of the Senate of the Republic of Poland -- Position in the upper house of Polish parliament
Wikipedia - Derailleur gears -- Variable-ratio transmission system commonly used on bicycles
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Wikipedia - Derek Allhusen -- British equestrian
Wikipedia - Der Handschuh (Waterhouse) -- Composition by Graham Waterhouse
Wikipedia - Derrymore House -- National Trust property
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Wikipedia - Design Museum -- Art museum in London, England
Wikipedia - Design museum -- Type of museum
Wikipedia - Desiree Sayle -- American Republican political aide, served in the White House under George Bush and Donald Trump.
Wikipedia - Desktop computer -- Computer designed to be used on a fixed location
Wikipedia - Desktop environment -- graphical user interface
Wikipedia - Desktop metaphor -- Concept used on desktop computer graphical user interfaces
Wikipedia - Desktop virtualization -- Software technology that separates the desktop environment and associated application software from the physical client device that is used to access it.
Wikipedia - Desk -- Type of table often used in a school or office setting
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Wikipedia - Desperate Housewives (season 6) -- Season of television series
Wikipedia - Desperate Housewives (season 7) -- Season of television series
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Wikipedia - Desperate Housewives -- American comedy-drama TV series
Wikipedia - Dessin d'enfant -- graph drawing used to study Riemann surfaces
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Wikipedia - Detective Comics -- Title used for two American comic book series
Wikipedia - Determinism -- philosophical view that all events are determined completely by previously existing causes
Wikipedia - Deutsches Historisches Museum -- German history museum in Berlin
Wikipedia - Deutsches Museum
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Wikipedia - Developmental Origins of Health and Disease -- Medical approach emphasizing early-life environmental causes of disease
Wikipedia - Devereaux House, Ontario -- Canadian historic farmhouse
Wikipedia - Devil Hunter Yohko -- Anime series by Madhouse
Wikipedia - Devil May Cry: The Animated Series -- Anime series by Shin Itagaki and Madhouse
Wikipedia - Devizes County House of Corrections -- Defunct prison in England
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Wikipedia - Dhakti Suseri -- Village in Maharashtra
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Wikipedia - Dharamshala (type of building) -- Type of sanctuary, communal or religious resthouse
Wikipedia - Dialog box -- User interface element
Wikipedia - Diamond Head Lighthouse -- Lighthouse in Hawaii, United States
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Wikipedia - Diamond -- Allotrope of carbon often used as a gemstone and an abrasive
Wikipedia - Diana Gonzalez -- American politician and member of the Vermont State House of Representatives
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Wikipedia - Diazolidinyl urea -- Antimicrobial preservative used in cosmetics.
Wikipedia - Dice -- Throwable objects with marked sides, used for generating random numbers
Wikipedia - Dicing tape -- Special adhesive tape used during microchip manufacture
Wikipedia - Dick Taverne -- English barrister; politician and life peer in the House of Lords (born 1928)
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Wikipedia - Dictionary of Frequently-Used Taiwan Minnan -- Hokkien dictionary
Wikipedia - Didier Ottinger -- French museum curator, art critic and author
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Wikipedia - Diffused junction transistor
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Wikipedia - Diffuse interstellar band
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Wikipedia - Diffuser (breathing set part) -- Component fitted over the exhaust outlet to break up the exhaled gas
Wikipedia - Diffuse reflection -- Reflection with light scattered at random angles
Wikipedia - Diffuse sky radiation -- solar radiation reaching the Earth's surface
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Wikipedia - Digital anchor -- Use of a location system and dynamic positioning control to maintain position
Wikipedia - Digital audio workstation -- computer workstation or software application used for editing and creating music and audio
Wikipedia - Digital camera modes -- User selectable camera configurations
Wikipedia - Digital Comic Museum -- digital library of comic books
Wikipedia - Digital differential analyzer (graphics algorithm) -- Hardware or software used for interpolation of variables over an interval
Wikipedia - Digital encoding of APL symbols -- Code pages used specifically to write programs in the APL programming language
Wikipedia - Digital media use and mental health -- Relationship between the use of digital media and the mental health of its consumers and users
Wikipedia - Digital movie camera -- Specialized video camera used to shoot movies
Wikipedia - Digital Nations -- Intergovernmental organization focused on technology
Wikipedia - Digital Negative -- Patented, open, lossless raw image format written by Adobe used for digital photography
Wikipedia - Digital signal -- Signal used to represent data as a sequence of discrete values
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Wikipedia - Digital Technologies and the Museum Experience -- 2008 book
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Wikipedia - Dinosaur Discovery Museum -- Museum in Kenosha, Wisconsin
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Wikipedia - District Courthouse (Aguadilla, Puerto Rico) -- Historic building in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - District Museum in Torun -- Regional museum in Torun, Poland
Wikipedia - Districts of England -- Level of subnational division of England used for the purposes of local government
Wikipedia - Dive boat -- Boat used for the support of scuba diving operations
Wikipedia - Diver communications -- Methods used by underwater divers to communicate
Wikipedia - Divine Songs Attempted in Easy Language for the Use of Children -- Collection of poetry for children by Isaac Watts
Wikipedia - Diving chamber -- Hyperbaric pressure vessel for human occupation used in diving operations
Wikipedia - Diving cylinder -- High pressure compressed gas cylinder used to store and supply breathing gas for diving
Wikipedia - Diving equipment -- Equipment used to facilitate underwater diving
Wikipedia - Diving hand signals -- A form of sign system used to communicate underwater
Wikipedia - Diving locations -- Specific places that recreational divers go to enjoy the underwater environment or are used for training purposes
Wikipedia - Diving medicine -- Diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disorders caused by underwater diving
Wikipedia - Diving platform -- A type of structure used for competitive acrobatic diving
Wikipedia - Diving support equipment -- Equipment used in the support of an underwater diving operation
Wikipedia - Diving support vessel -- A ship used as a floating base for professional diving projects
Wikipedia - Divisions of the Australian House of Representatives -- Federal electorates in Australia
Wikipedia - Diyarbakir Archaeological Museum -- Museum in Diyarbakir, Turkey
Wikipedia - DJane HouseKat -- German singer, DJ and musician
Wikipedia - DJ Pierre -- American DJ and performer of house music
Wikipedia - D. J. Swearingen -- Member of the Ohio House of Representatives
Wikipedia - Djurs Sommerland -- Amusement park in Djurland, Denmark
Wikipedia - DNA damage theory of aging -- Hypothesis that aging is caused by accumulated DNA damage
Wikipedia - DNA evidence in the O. J. Simpson murder case -- Use of DNA in the American murder trial
Wikipedia - DNA nanotechnology -- The design and manufacture of artificial nucleic acid structures for technological uses
Wikipedia - DNA profiling -- Technique used to identify individuals via DNA characteristics
Wikipedia - Do Butlers Burgle Banks? -- 1968 novel by P.G. Wodehouse
Wikipedia - Docklands Light Railway rolling stock -- Passenger trains and service vehicles used on the Docklands Light Railway (DLR),
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Wikipedia - Documentary research -- Use of outside sources to support the argument of an academic work
Wikipedia - Document Exploitation -- United States Armed Forces procedures to use documents seized in combat
Wikipedia - Doeskin Hill -- Hill in Framingham, Massachusetts, US
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Wikipedia - Doge's Palace -- art museum and historic site in Venice, Italy
Wikipedia - DoggoLingo -- Internet language of words used to refer to dogs
Wikipedia - Dog Island Lighthouse -- Lighthouse at Foveaux Strait, New Zealand
Wikipedia - D.O. Harton House -- United States historic place
Wikipedia - D'oh! -- Catchphrase used by Homer Simpson
Wikipedia - Doing Time: Life Inside the Big House -- 1991 film
Wikipedia - Dolce & Gabbana -- Italian fashion house
Wikipedia - Dole Manor -- Manor house in Latvia
Wikipedia - Dollhouse (TV series) -- American television series
Wikipedia - Doll -- Model of a character or a human beings, often used as a toy for children or an artistic hobby for adults
Wikipedia - Dolphin Lighthouse -- Lighthouse in India
Wikipedia - Dolphin safe label -- Label used to denote compliance with laws or policies designed to minimize dolphin fatalities during fishing for tuna destined for canning
Wikipedia - Domain name warehousing -- Acquisition of an expired domain name by the registrar it was registered with for its own uses
Wikipedia - Domain parking -- Process of reserving a domain for prevent cybersquatting or for simple future use, including reselling
Wikipedia - Domestic violence -- Pattern of behavior involving abuse of members of the same family
Wikipedia - Domestic worker -- Person who works within the employer's household
Wikipedia - Domestos -- Range of bleach-based household cleaning products originally from UK
Wikipedia - Dominican House of Studies
Wikipedia - Dominion Land Survey -- Survey method used in most of western Canada
Wikipedia - Domperidone -- Peripheral D2 receptor antagonist used as an antiemetic, gastroprokinetic agent, and galactagogue
Wikipedia - Domus Sanctae Marthae -- guest house in Vatican City
Wikipedia - Domus -- Roman urban house of upper classes
Wikipedia - Donaghadee Lighthouse -- Lighthouse in Northern Ireland
Wikipedia - Donald Cousens Parkway -- Arterial bypass of Markham
Wikipedia - Donald Newhouse -- American billionaire businessman
Wikipedia - Donald Sadoway -- Professor of Materials Chemistry at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Wikipedia - Donald Trump on social media -- Use of social media by Donald Trump, 45th President of the United States
Wikipedia - Donation -- Gift given by physical or legal persons, typically for charitable purposes and/or to benefit a cause
Wikipedia - Don Birrell -- American graphic designer and museum director (b. 1922, d. 2006)
Wikipedia - Donepezil -- Medication used for dementia
Wikipedia - Don (honorific) -- Honorific title used in Iberia and Italy
Wikipedia - Donington Hall -- 19th century country house in Leicestershire
Wikipedia - Donore Castle -- Tower house in County Meath, Ireland
Wikipedia - Don Scott (Virginia politician) -- Virginia house of representatives member
Wikipedia - Don't Dream It's Over -- 1986 single by Crowded House
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Wikipedia - Doomer -- Person who believes global problems will inevitably cause the collapse of civilization
Wikipedia - Dooring -- Traffic collision in which a bicyclist (or other road user) rides or drives into a motor vehicle's door or is struck by a door that was opened quickly without due care.
Wikipedia - Doorkeeper of the United States House of Representatives -- Former parliamentary officer
Wikipedia - Dopamine antagonist -- Drugs that bind to but do not activate dopamine receptors, thereby blocking the actions of dopamine or exogenous agonists. Many drugs used in the treatment of psychotic disorders (antipsychotic agents) are dopamine antagonists, although their therap
Wikipedia - Dopaminergic -- Any drugs that are used for their effects on dopamine receptors, on the life cycle of dopamine, or on the survival of dopaminergic neurons
Wikipedia - Doran H. Ross -- African art scholar, author, and museum curator
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Wikipedia - Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom -- Amusement park in Pennsylvania
Wikipedia - Dorothy Chandler Pavilion -- Opera house, part of the Los Angeles Music Center
Wikipedia - Dorothy Felton -- American politician and member of the Georgia House of Representatives
Wikipedia - Dorothy G. Shepherd -- Museum curator and historian
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Wikipedia - Dorset County Museum -- Museum in Dorchester, Dorset
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Wikipedia - Dortmund-Bovinghausen station -- Railway station in Dortmund, Germany
Wikipedia - Dortmund-Lottringhausen station -- Railway station in Dortmund, Germany
Wikipedia - Dory (spear) -- Type of weapon used by hoplites in Ancient Greece
Wikipedia - Doss House -- 1933 film
Wikipedia - Double-banded sandgrouse -- Species of bird
Wikipedia - Double jeopardy -- Legal defence that prevents an accused person from being tried twice on the same charges
Wikipedia - Double negative -- Grammatical construction occurring when two forms of negation are used in the same sentence
Wikipedia - Double reed -- Type of reed used to produce sound in various wind instruments
Wikipedia - Double-stranded RNA viruses -- Type of virus according to Baltimore classification
Wikipedia - Doubtnut -- Interactive online tutoring platform which uses image recognition technologies, to provide solutions of some mathematical questions.
Wikipedia - Douche -- device used to introduce a stream of water into the body
Wikipedia - Douglas County Courthouse (Illinois) -- local government building in the United States
Wikipedia - Douglas Head Lighthouse -- Lighthouse on the Isle of Man
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Wikipedia - Down House (film) -- 2001 film by Roman Kachanov
Wikipedia - Downline (diving) -- Rope running from a point at the surface to the underwater workplace used as a guideline for divers and transfer of equipment
Wikipedia - Downtown Boston -- Area of Boston Massachusetts
Wikipedia - Downtown Crossing station -- Subway station in Boston, Massachusetts
Wikipedia - Downtown Crossing -- Shopping district in Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Wikipedia - Doyle's Cafe -- Restaurant in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
Wikipedia - Do You Know That Little House on Lake Michigan? -- 1929 film
Wikipedia - DrabeM-EM-!i Manor -- Manor house in Latvia
Wikipedia - Drachen Fire -- Former amusement park ride
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Wikipedia - Draft:Amino (app) -- App for user created communities
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Wikipedia - Draft:Chill and Binge -- Single destination for users to decide what to watch online
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Wikipedia - Draft:Giuseppe Aveni -- Wikipedia Italian Servant of God and missionary in the Philippines
Wikipedia - Drafthouse Films
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Wikipedia - Drafting (aerodynamics) -- A technique where two moving objects are caused to align in a close group reducing the overall drag
Wikipedia - Draft:Inland Northwest Rail Museum -- Museum in Reardan, Washington, U.S.
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Wikipedia - Draft:QuestDB -- Application used for event monitoring and alerting
Wikipedia - Draft:Quest Engineering Solutions, Inc. -- Massachusetts based test engineering company
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Wikipedia - Draft:Sacred Art Museum -- Art museum in Alcamo, Italy
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Wikipedia - Draft (sports) -- Process used to allocate certain players to sports teams
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Wikipedia - Dr. Agustin Stahl Stamm House -- Historic residence in Bayamon, Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Drain (surgery) -- Tube used to remove pus, blood or other fluids from a wound
Wikipedia - Drakconf -- Configuration program used by Mandriva-based Linux distributions
Wikipedia - Drawn & Quarterly -- Canadian publishing house
Wikipedia - Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum -- Museum in Mumbai, India
Wikipedia - Dream House (1931 film) -- 1931 film
Wikipedia - Dream House (2011 film) -- 2011 film
Wikipedia - Dreamland (Coney Island, 1904) -- Former amusement park in Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York
Wikipedia - Dreamland (Coney Island, 2009) -- Former amusement park in Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York
Wikipedia - Dream Land Isfahan -- Iranian amusement park
Wikipedia - Dreams of the Everyday Housewife -- 1968 single by Glen Campbell
Wikipedia - Dreary House -- 1928 film
Wikipedia - Dreidel -- Four-sided spinning top used on Hanukkah
Wikipedia - Dress form -- Model of the torso used for fitting clothing
Wikipedia - Drighlington and Adwalton railway station -- Disused railway station in West Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Dril -- Pseudonymous Twitter user
Wikipedia - Drinking horn -- Horn of a bovid used as a drinking vessel
Wikipedia - Drinking straw -- Thin tube used to suck liquids from a container into the mouth of the drinker
Wikipedia - Drive-through -- Service that motorists can use from their vehicle (without parking)
Wikipedia - Dr. Mabuse the Gambler -- 1922 film
Wikipedia - DrM-CM-$ger Ray -- Semi-closed circuit recreational diving rebreather designed to use standard nitrox breathing gas mixtures
Wikipedia - Drone journalism -- Use of unmanned aircraft for journalism
Wikipedia - Drones Club -- Fictional club in stories by P.G. Wodehouse
Wikipedia - Drones in wildfire management -- Use of drones/UAS/UAV in wildfire suppression and management
Wikipedia - Drones (Muse album) -- 2015 album by the English rock band Muse
Wikipedia - Drop-down list -- User interface element
Wikipedia - Dropping mercury electrode -- Electrode made of mercury and used in polarography
Wikipedia - Dr. Plummet's House of Flux -- 1989 video game
Wikipedia - Dr. Reuben Chase House -- Historic house in Bothell, Washington, United States
Wikipedia - Dr. Teeth and The Electric Mayhem -- Fictional Muppet rock house band that debuted on The Muppet Show
Wikipedia - Drug Abuse Resistance Education -- US anti-drug educational program
Wikipedia - Drug Abuse Warning Network -- Public health surveillance system
Wikipedia - Drug abuse
Wikipedia - Drug harmfulness -- Degree to which drugs harm users
Wikipedia - Drug interaction -- Change in the action or side effects of a drug caused
Wikipedia - Drug therapy problems -- Categorization related to the use of drugs in the field of pharmaceutical care
Wikipedia - Drug use in music -- Drug use in music
Wikipedia - Drusel -- River in Germany
Wikipedia - Druses
Wikipedia - Dryad Press -- American publishing house based in Maryland
Wikipedia - Dry dung fuel -- Animal feces that has been dried in order to be used as a fuel source
Wikipedia - Dry etching -- Controlled material removal, without the use of liquid substances
Wikipedia - Dry Tortugas Light -- Lighthouse in Florida, United States
Wikipedia - Drywall -- Panel made of gypsum, used in interior construction
Wikipedia - D Street Projects -- Housing project located in Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Wikipedia - D subminiature military -- Electric/data connector used in aerospace, military, aviation, and electric cars
Wikipedia - DSV-5 Nemo -- Submersible used by the United States Navy
Wikipedia - D-Terminal -- Analog video connector used in Japan
Wikipedia - Dtv Verlagsgesellschaft -- German publishing house
Wikipedia - Dual flush toilet -- A flush toilet that uses two buttons to flush different amounts of water
Wikipedia - Dual-use technology
Wikipedia - Duane H. King -- Museum director and academic (b. 1947, d. 2017)
Wikipedia - Duane Stadium -- Multi-purpose stadium in Massachusetts, U.S.A.
Wikipedia - Dubai Museum -- Main museum of Dubai
Wikipedia - Dublin Writers Museum -- Private literary museum on Parnell Square, Dublin
Wikipedia - Duchy of Brunswick-Luneburg -- Duchy in Holy Roman Empire 1235-1269; title of "Duke of Brunswick-Luneburg" used by rulers of all successor states
Wikipedia - Duck plague -- Disease caused by Anatid alphaherpesvirus 1 of the family Herpesviridae that causes acute disease with high mortality rates in flocks of ducks, geese, and swans
Wikipedia - Duct (flow) -- Conduit used in heating, ventilation, and air conditioning
Wikipedia - Dudley Community -- The only one of the thirteen Harvard College Houses serving nonresident undergraduate students.
Wikipedia - Dudley Hill railway station -- Disused railway station in West Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Dudley, Massachusetts cemetery controversy -- opposition to creating a Muslim cemetery
Wikipedia - Duel - The Haunted House Strikes Back -- English dark ride at Alton Towers
Wikipedia - Due Process Clause -- Clauses in the 5th and 14th Amendments to the U.S. Constitution
Wikipedia - Duff T. Brown House -- Historic building in Arizona, US
Wikipedia - Du Fu Thatched Cottage -- Park and museum in Chengdu
Wikipedia - Dugout (shelter) -- Hole or depression used as shelter
Wikipedia - Duilhac-sous-Peyrepertuse -- Commune in Occitanie, France
Wikipedia - Duke blue -- Color shade used by Duke University
Wikipedia - Duke of Burgundy -- Title used by the rulers of the Duchy of Burgundy
Wikipedia - Duke of York's Picture House
Wikipedia - Duke Street Capital -- British private equity firm focused on leveraged buyout and growth capital investments
Wikipedia - Dumas House -- Government office building in Perth, Western Australia
Wikipedia - Dumbbell -- Piece of equipment used in weight training
Wikipedia - Dummy pronoun -- Pronoun having no referent, only used to fulfill grammatical rules; e.g. "it" as in "it rains"
Wikipedia - Dunalka Manor -- Manor house in Latvia
Wikipedia - Dundanion Castle -- Tudor tower house in Cork, Ireland
Wikipedia - Dunedin Causeway -- Bridge in Florida, United States of America
Wikipedia - Dunedin Museum of Natural Mystery -- Museum in Dunedin New Zealand
Wikipedia - Dungaree (fabric) -- Twill fabric used for overalls
Wikipedia - Dunkirk Lighthouse -- Lighthouse in Nord, France
Wikipedia - Dunkirk Light -- Lighthouse in New York, United States
Wikipedia - Dunnet Head Lighthouse -- Active 19th century lighthouse that stands on Dunnet Head, Scotland
Wikipedia - Dunster House -- Residential House of Harvard College
Wikipedia - Duntisbourne Rouse -- Human settlement in England
Wikipedia - Durabis -- scratch resistant polymer coating by TDK used on blu-ray discs
Wikipedia - Dural venous sinuses -- Venous channels in the dura mater
Wikipedia - Durban Declaration -- Affirmation that HIV causes AIDS
Wikipedia - Durbe Manor -- Manor house in Latvia
Wikipedia - Durham School (Durham, Arkansas) -- Historic schoolhouse in Durham, Arkansas
Wikipedia - Dursupe Manor -- Manor house in Latvia
Wikipedia - DuSable Museum of African American History -- Chicago museum of African American history, culture, and art
Wikipedia - Dusebach -- River in Germany
Wikipedia - Dusedieksbach -- River in Germany
Wikipedia - Dusek family -- Professional wrestling family
Wikipedia - Dusepo -- English musician
Wikipedia - DUsers -- Drexel University Macintosh usergroup
Wikipedia - Dusky grouse -- Species of bird
Wikipedia - Dutch Springs -- Flooded quarry in Pennsylvania used as a recreational diving site
Wikipedia - Dutch Wonderland -- Amusement park in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, United States
Wikipedia - Dwarfism -- Small size of an organism, caused by growth deficiency or genetic mutations
Wikipedia - Dwelling -- Self-contained unit of accommodation (house, apartment, mobile home, houseboat or other structure) used as a home
Wikipedia - Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library, Museum and Boyhood Home -- Presidential library and museum for U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower, located in Abilene, Kansas
Wikipedia - D with stroke -- Variant of the letter D, used in Sami alphabets, Serbo-Croatian Latin alphabet, and Vietnamese
Wikipedia - Dwr (manor house)
Wikipedia - Dylan and Cole Sprouse -- American actors, twin brothers
Wikipedia - Dylan Giambatista -- American politician and member of the Vermont State House of Representatives
Wikipedia - Dylan Sprouse -- American actor
Wikipedia - Dymaxion house -- Prototype house designed by Buckminster Fuller
Wikipedia - Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol -- Principal protocol used to assign IPv4 addresses on an IPv4 network
Wikipedia - Dynamic HTML -- Umbrella term for a collection of technologies (e.g., HTML, JavaScript, CSS and DOM) used together to create interactive and animated web sites
Wikipedia - Dynamic soaring -- A flying technique used to gain energy by repeatedly crossing the boundary between air masses of significantly different velocity
Wikipedia - Dynamic topography -- Elevation changes caused by the flow within the Earth's mantle
Wikipedia - Dynamometer -- Machine used to measure force or mechanical power
Wikipedia - Dyrholaey Lighthouse -- Lighthouse in Iceland
Wikipedia - Dysarthria -- Motor speech disorder cause by damage to motor systems
Wikipedia - Dysbaric osteonecrosis -- Ischemic bone disease caused by decompression bubbles
Wikipedia - Dzelzava Manor -- Manor house in Latvia
Wikipedia - Dzimtmisa Manor -- Manor house in Latvia
Wikipedia - DzM-DM-^Srbene Manor -- Manor house in Latvia
Wikipedia - DzM-DM-^Srve Manor -- Manor house in Latvia
Wikipedia - E1000 series -- Series of trains used by the Taiwan Railways Administration
Wikipedia - EAA Aviation Museum -- Aviation Museum in Oshkosh, Wisconsin
Wikipedia - Eagle-bone whistle -- Religious musical instrument used in certain ceremonies in the Southwest and Plains Native American cultures, made from bones of the American bald eagle or the American golden eagle
Wikipedia - Eagle Hill School -- Independent private, special education residential schools in Massachusetts and Connecticut, United States
Wikipedia - Eagle River Light -- Lighthouse in Michigan, United States
Wikipedia - E-Amusement
Wikipedia - Earhart House -- Historic home
Wikipedia - Earing -- A small line (rope) used to fasten the corner of a sail to a spar or yard
Wikipedia - Earle Cabell Federal Building and Courthouse -- Building in Dallas, Texas, United States
Wikipedia - Early Modern Spanish -- Variety of Spanish used in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries
Wikipedia - Earswick railway station -- Disused railway station in York, England
Wikipedia - Earth Prime -- Term sometimes used in works of speculative fiction involving parallel universes or a multiverse
Wikipedia - Earthquake -- Shaking of the surface of the earth caused by a sudden release of energy in the crust
Wikipedia - Earth sciences graphics software -- Plotting and image processing software used in Earth sciences
Wikipedia - Earth shelter -- House partially or entirely surrounded by earth
Wikipedia - Earth tide -- Displacement of the solid earth's surface caused by the gravity of the Moon and Sun
Wikipedia - Easement -- A right to use or enter real property
Wikipedia - Easingwold railway station -- Disused railway station in North Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - East 73rd Street Historic District -- Block of former carriage houses in Manhattan, New York
Wikipedia - East 78th Street Houses -- Five Civil War-era brick rowhouses on north side of street between 3rd and Lex
Wikipedia - East 80th Street Houses -- Four historic buildings on south side of street between Park and Lex
Wikipedia - East Cambridge, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Wikipedia - East Cape Lighthouse -- Lighthouse in New Zealand
Wikipedia - Eastcliff (mansion) -- Historic house in St. Paul, Minnesota
Wikipedia - Eastern Channel Pile Light -- Lighthouse in New South Wales, Australia
Wikipedia - Eastern European Summer Time -- Daylight saving time zone used in eastern Europe (UTC+3)
Wikipedia - Eastern Point Fort -- 1860s fort in Gloucester, Massachusetts
Wikipedia - Eastern Sounds -- album by Yusef Lateef
Wikipedia - Easthampton, Massachusetts -- City in Massachusetts, United States
Wikipedia - East India Dock House -- Listed building in Tower Hamlets, London
Wikipedia - East India House Inscription -- Foundation tablet from ancient Babylon
Wikipedia - East Otis, Massachusetts -- Village in Otis, Massachusetts, US
Wikipedia - East Thames Buses -- London bus operator
Wikipedia - East Vernon Light -- Lighthouse in Northern Territory, Australia
Wikipedia - East Wing -- Structure part of the White House Complex, east of the Executive Residence
Wikipedia - Eaton Hall, Cheshire -- Country house in Cheshire, England
Wikipedia - Eau Gallie Causeway -- Bridge in Florida, United States of America
Wikipedia - Ebberston railway station -- Disused railway station in North Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Eberhard and Phyllis Kronhausen -- Husband-and-wife team of American sexologists
Wikipedia - Eblaite language -- Extinct Semitic language which was used during the third millennium BCE
Wikipedia - Ebola -- Viral hemorrhagic fever of humans and other primates caused by ebolaviruses
Wikipedia - E caudata -- Modified letter E used in transcribing old Gaelic, Latin and Old Norse texts
Wikipedia - Eccleshill railway station -- Disused railway station in West Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Ecclesiastical heraldry -- Use of heraldry in the Christian church
Wikipedia - Eccleston Quarry -- Flooded quarry used as a recreational dive site
Wikipedia - Echelle grating -- Type of diffraction grating used in spectrometers
Wikipedia - Echo and Narcissus (Waterhouse painting) -- Painting by John William Waterhouse
Wikipedia - Echo (Dollhouse) -- Fictional character
Wikipedia - Eclaireuses et Eclaireurs israelites de France -- Jewish Scouting and Guiding organization in France
Wikipedia - Ecodistrict -- Term used in urban planning to integrate objectives of sustainable development and reduce ecological impact
Wikipedia - Ecohouse
Wikipedia - Ecole nationale supM-CM-)rieure d'ingM-CM-)nieurs de constructions aM-CM-)ronautiques -- French engineering scholl in Toulouse
Wikipedia - Ecological engineering -- Use of ecology and engineering to predict, design, construct or restore, and manage ecosystems that integrate "human society with its natural environment for the benefit of both"
Wikipedia - Ecological facilitation -- Species interactions that benefit at least one of the participants and cause harm to neither
Wikipedia - Ecological sanitation -- An approach to sanitation provision which aims to safely reuse excreta in agriculture
Wikipedia - Ecomuseum -- Museum focused on the identity of a place
Wikipedia - Economic and Environmental Geology -- Scholarly journal focused on geology
Wikipedia - Economic sociology -- Study of the social cause and effect of various economic phenomena
Wikipedia - Economics of car use -- Overview of the economics of car use
Wikipedia - Ecosystem management -- Conservation paradigm factoring in natural and human use of resources and ecosystem services
Wikipedia - Ecotheology -- Form of constructive theology that focuses on the interrelationships of religion and nature, particularly in the light of environmental concerns
Wikipedia - Ecstasy (philosophy) -- Term used in philosophy with different meanings in different traditions
Wikipedia - Eddystone Lighthouse
Wikipedia - Edelgard von Hresvelg -- Fictional character in Fire Emblem: Three Houses, part of the Fire Emblem series of turn-based tactical RPGs
Wikipedia - E-democracy -- Use of information and communication technology in political and governance processes
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Wikipedia - Edenwald Houses -- -- Edenwald Houses --
Wikipedia - Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum -- historical house in Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Wikipedia - Edgar County Courthouse -- local government building in the United States
Wikipedia - Edgar Eusebio Millan Gomez -- Mexican lawyer and chief of police and murder victim
Wikipedia - Edgar Housepian -- American neurosurgeon
Wikipedia - Edgartown, Massachusetts -- Town in Massachusetts, United States
Wikipedia - Edible seaweed -- Algae that can be eaten and used in the preparation of food
Wikipedia - Ediciones Destino -- Spanish publishing house
Wikipedia - Edie Britt -- Fictional character on Desperate Housewives
Wikipedia - Edith Kellnhauser -- German nursing scientist , university lecturer died 2019
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Wikipedia - Editions Larousse -- French publishing house
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Wikipedia - Editorial URSS -- Russian publishing house.
Wikipedia - Edmond Reusens -- Belgian historian and archaeologist
Wikipedia - Edmond Wodehouse -- British politician
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Wikipedia - Edmunds-Tucker Act -- Act of Congress that focused on restricting some practices of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Wikipedia - Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum -- Museum of historic Japanese buildings
Wikipedia - Eduard Matusevich -- Soviet speed skater
Wikipedia - Eduardo Sivori Museum -- Municipal art museum in Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Wikipedia - Education Museum -- Museum in Melaka City, Melaka, Malaysia
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Wikipedia - Edward C. Papenfuse -- Maryland State Archivist and Commissioner of Land Patents
Wikipedia - Edward E. Boynton House -- Two-story house
Wikipedia - Edward Gorey House -- Former home of American writer and illustrator Edward Gorey
Wikipedia - Edward H. Kruse -- American politician
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Wikipedia - EEPROM -- Computer memory used for small quantities of data
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Wikipedia - Effects of long-term benzodiazepine use
Wikipedia - Effects of nuclear explosions -- Type and severity of damage caused by nuclear weapons
Wikipedia - Efficient cause
Wikipedia - Efficient energy use
Wikipedia - E. F. Hunt House -- Historic building in Meridian, Idaho
Wikipedia - EFU House -- Building in Karachi, Pakistan
Wikipedia - Egg Rock (Nahant Bay) -- Island in Essex County, Massachusetts, USA
Wikipedia - Eggs, Beans and Crumpets -- 1940 short story collection by P.G. Wodehouse
Wikipedia - Egg substitutes -- Food products which can be used to replace eggs in cooking and baking
Wikipedia - Egg tooth -- Used by offspring to break out of egg while hatching
Wikipedia - Egmont Ehapa -- German publishing house
Wikipedia - Egyptian blue -- Pigment used in ancient Egypt
Wikipedia - Egyptian calendar -- calendar used in ancient Egypt before 22 BC
Wikipedia - Egyptian hieroglyphs -- Formal writing system used by ancient Egyptians
Wikipedia - Egyptian Museum of Berlin -- Part of the Neues Museum, collection of Ancient Egyptian artifacts
Wikipedia - Eharo mask -- Type of dance mask used by the Elema people of the eastern Gulf of Papua
Wikipedia - E-Hentai -- Community-oriented image hosting and file sharing website focused on hentai
Wikipedia - E. H. Gibbs House -- United States national historic place
Wikipedia - Eiffel Tower (Cedar Fair) -- Replica in amusement park
Wikipedia - Eight-to-fourteen modulation -- DC-free run-length limited line code used by several optical disc formats
Wikipedia - Eilean na Cille -- An island of the Outer Hebrides connected to Grimsay (South) by a causeway
Wikipedia - Eileen Alice Willa -- New Zealand museum curator, botanist and author
Wikipedia - Einar Brusevold -- Norwegian politician
Wikipedia - Einar Gausel -- Norwegian chess player
Wikipedia - Einstein's Blackboard -- Blackboard used by Albert Einstein on 16 May 1931 lectures at the University of Oxford
Wikipedia - Eise Eisinga Planetarium -- 18th century planetarium and science museum in Franeker, Friesland, Netherlands
Wikipedia - Ekiti State House of Assembly -- Legislative arm of the government of Ekiti State of Nigeria
Wikipedia - Ekomuseum nedre M-CM-^Dtradalen -- Ecomuseum with several locations in Sweden
Wikipedia - El abanderado -- 1943 Spanish film by Eusebio Fernandez Ardavin
Wikipedia - Elachista maculicerusella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elaine Didier -- American director of the Gerald R. Ford Library and Museum
Wikipedia - Elbasan script -- Mid-18th-century alphabet used for the Albanian language
Wikipedia - Elbridge Gerry -- United States diplomat and Vice President; Massachusetts governor
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Wikipedia - Elder financial abuse
Wikipedia - Elder House of Welf
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Wikipedia - Eleanor of Aragon, Countess of Toulouse
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Wikipedia - Electoral Reform Select Committee -- Committee appointed by the Malaysian House of Representatives
Wikipedia - Electrical conduction system of the heart -- Transmits signals generated usually by the sinoatrial node to cause contraction of the heart muscle
Wikipedia - Electrical injury -- Physiological reaction or injury caused by electric current
Wikipedia - Electrical muscle stimulation -- Use of electricity to involuntarily contract muscle
Wikipedia - Electric Dylan controversy -- 1965 music controversy in the United States involving Bob Dylan's use of an electric guitar
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Wikipedia - Electric resistance welding -- Welding processes that use heat produced by electric current through the work pieces
Wikipedia - Electrochemical cell -- Device capable of either generating electrical energy from chemical reactions or using electrical energy to cause chemical reactions
Wikipedia - Electrodermal activity -- The property of the human body that causes continuous variation in the electrical characteristics of the skin
Wikipedia - Electro house -- Form of house music
Wikipedia - Electron-beam lithography -- Lithographic technique that uses a scanning beam of electrons
Wikipedia - Electronic cigarette -- Device usually used to quit or be an alternative to tobacco
Wikipedia - Electronic filter topology -- Electronic filter circuits without taking note of the values of the components used but only the manner in which those components are connected
Wikipedia - Electronic mailing list -- Special usage of email that allows for widespread distribution of information to many Internet users
Wikipedia - Electronic portfolio -- A collection of electronic evidence assembled and managed by a user
Wikipedia - Electronic toilet -- A type of public toilet that is used in India
Wikipedia - Electrospray ionization -- Technique used in mass spectroscopy
Wikipedia - Elegant variation -- Use of synonyms to avoid repetition of a word
Wikipedia - Elena Ceausescu -- 20th-century Romanian politician
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Wikipedia - Elephant endotheliotropic herpesvirus -- Species of herpesvirus, which can cause a highly fatal hemorrhagic disease when transmitted to young Asian elephants
Wikipedia - Elgiz Museum -- Museum in Istanbul
Wikipedia - Elias W. Rector -- 28th speaker of the Arkansas House of Representatives
Wikipedia - Elie House -- Country house in Elie, Scotland
Wikipedia - Eliot House -- Residential House of Harvard College
Wikipedia - Eli Whitney Museum -- museum in Hamden, Connecticut, USA
Wikipedia - Elizabeth Anne Voigt -- South African museologist and zooarchaeologist
Wikipedia - Elizabeth A. T. Smith -- American art historian, museum curator, writer
Wikipedia - Elizabeth Coxen -- Australian museum curator, meteorologist and specimen collector
Wikipedia - Elizabeth Fouse -- American activist
Wikipedia - Elizabeth Hartley (archaeologist) -- Archaeologist and museum curator
Wikipedia - Elizabeth House -- Nonprofit food pantry in Maryland, U.S.
Wikipedia - Elizabeth Islands -- Island group in Massachusetts, USA
Wikipedia - Elizabeth, Lady Echlin -- English writer, lived at Rush House, Dublin
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Wikipedia - Ellery Queen's Penthouse Mystery -- 1941 film directed by James P. Hogan
Wikipedia - Ellighausen -- Village and former municipality in the canton of Thurgau, Switzerland
Wikipedia - Elliott House, Wellington -- Historic building in Wellington, New Zealand
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Wikipedia - Elman Huseynov -- National Hero of Azerbaijan
Wikipedia - Elmer Raguse -- Sound engineer
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Wikipedia - El Museo del Barrio -- Museum in Manhattan, New York
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Wikipedia - Eloquent cortex -- Parts of the cerebral cortex that cause disability if lost
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Wikipedia - Embroidery thread -- Any of several types of thread designed for use in embroidery and related crafts
Wikipedia - Embusen -- Kata movement
Wikipedia - EMD FT36HCW-2 -- Model of American-built diesel locomotive used in South Korea
Wikipedia - Emergency locator beacon -- Radio-frequency beacon used to locate airplanes, vessels, and persons in distress
Wikipedia - Emerson and Lucretia Sensenig House -- Historic house in Boise, Idaho, USA
Wikipedia - Emerson College -- Private coeducational university located in Boston, Massachusetts
Wikipedia - Emery Point Light -- Lighthouse in Northern Territory, Australia
Wikipedia - E-meter -- Modified ohmmeter used during Dianetics and Scientology auditing
Wikipedia - Emigration Museum -- Museum in Poland
Wikipedia - Emile Mousel -- Luxembourgian politician
Wikipedia - Emilie Kornheiser -- American politician and member of the Vermont State House of Representatives
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Wikipedia - Emily Stackhouse -- Botanical artist 1811-1870
Wikipedia - EMI schools -- Secondary schools in Hong Kong that use English as a medium of instruction
Wikipedia - Emissions trading -- Market-based approach used to control pollution
Wikipedia - Emlen Physick Estate -- Historical house and building- located in New Jersey, United States
Wikipedia - Emma Doyle -- White House Principal Deputy Chief of Staff
Wikipedia - EMMA - Espoo Museum of Modern Art -- Art museum in Espoo in southern Finland
Wikipedia - Emmanuel College (Massachusetts) -- Private liberal arts college in Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Wikipedia - Emma Schlangenhausen -- Austrian artist
Wikipedia - Emma Sheppard -- English writer and workhouse reformer
Wikipedia - Emmett Butler House -- Historic house in Hibbing, Minnesota
Wikipedia - Emoji -- Ideograms or smileys used in electronic messages and webpages
Wikipedia - Emotional intelligence -- Capability to understand one's emotions and use it to guide thinking and behavior
Wikipedia - Emotionally focused therapy
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Wikipedia - Empathy Museum -- Series of art installations, established 2015
Wikipedia - Emperor of India -- Title used by British monarchs from 1 May 1876 to 22 June 1948
Wikipedia - Empire Brewing Company -- Microbrewery and restaurant in Syracuse, New York
Wikipedia - Empress Shi -- Spouse of Chinese Xin Dynasty emperor Wang Mang
Wikipedia - Empty nest syndrome -- Feeling that may be felt by parents whose children leave the house
Wikipedia - Ena Sandra Causevic -- Danish model from Sonderborg, Denmark
Wikipedia - Encomienda -- labor system used during the Spanish colonization of the Americas and the Spanish Spanish Philippines
Wikipedia - Encore Boston Harbor -- Resort and casino in Everett, Massachusetts
Wikipedia - Encounter killings by police -- Term used in India and Pakistan
Wikipedia - Endicott College -- Private college in Beverly, Massachusetts, United States
Wikipedia - Endless House -- Work of conceptual architecture by Frederick Kiesler
Wikipedia - Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography -- Use of endoscopy and fluoroscopy to treat and diagnose digestive issues.
Wikipedia - Endovascular aneurysm repair -- Surgery used to treat abdominal aortic aneurysm
Wikipedia - End-user (computer science)
Wikipedia - End-user development
Wikipedia - End-user license agreement
Wikipedia - End user
Wikipedia - End-user
Wikipedia - Energy conversion efficiency -- Ratio between the useful output and the input of a machine
Wikipedia - Energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy -- analytical technique used for the elemental analysis or chemical characterization of a sample
Wikipedia - Energy (esotericism) -- Term used by various esoteric forms of spirituality and alternative medicine
Wikipedia - Energy in California -- Overview of the use of energy in the U.S. state of California
Wikipedia - Energy in Chile -- supply and use of energy in Chile
Wikipedia - Energy in Saudi Arabia -- Overview of the energy use in Saudi Arabia
Wikipedia - Energy in the United Kingdom -- Overview of the use of energy in the United Kingdom
Wikipedia - Energy recovery ventilation -- Uses the energy in air exhausted from a building to treat the incoming air
Wikipedia - Engels' pause -- Historical economic period during the Industrial Revolution in Britain
Wikipedia - Engineering drawing -- A type of technical drawing used to define requirements for engineered items
Wikipedia - Engine order telegraph -- Communications device used on a ship
Wikipedia - English as a lingua franca -- Use of the English language for international communication
Wikipedia - English as a second or foreign language -- Use of English by speakers with different native languages
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Wikipedia - English clause syntax
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Wikipedia - English relative clauses
Wikipedia - English units -- System of units formerly used in England
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Wikipedia - Ennis Courthouse -- Judicial facility in County Clare, Ireland
Wikipedia - Ensign -- Maritime flag used for national identification of ships
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Wikipedia - Enterovirus -- Genus of viruses
Wikipedia - Enter the Dragon -- 1973 film directed by Robert Clouse
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Wikipedia - Entheogenic use of cannabis -- Marijuana used spiritually
Wikipedia - Entrenched clause
Wikipedia - Enville Hall -- Country house in Enville, Staffordshire, England
Wikipedia - Environmental health -- Public health branch focused on environmental impacts on human health
Wikipedia - Environmental impact of war -- Environmental problems caused by warfare
Wikipedia - Environmental indicator -- Measure used to evaluate environmental change
Wikipedia - Environment variable -- User-definable variable associated with each running process in many operating systems
Wikipedia - Eosin -- Groups of chemical compound used as dyes
Wikipedia - Epeli Nailatikau -- Speaker of the House of Fiji
Wikipedia - Epermenia petrusellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ephemeris time -- Time standard used in astronomical ephemerides
Wikipedia - Epiborkhausenites -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum -- Museum in Dublin
Wikipedia - Epidural hematoma -- Build-up of blood between the dura mater and skull, usually caused by injury
Wikipedia - Epigonation -- Liturgical vestment used in some Eastern Christian churches
Wikipedia - Epigram Books -- Singaporean publishing house
Wikipedia - Epischura massachusettsensis -- Species of crustacean
Wikipedia - Epithet -- Descriptive term used in place of a formal name
Wikipedia - Equality House -- Rainbow-colored house supporting LGBTQ rights
Wikipedia - Equal protection clause
Wikipedia - Equal (TV series) -- American docuseries
Wikipedia - Equatorial coordinate system -- celestial coordinate system used to specify the positions of celestial objects
Wikipedia - Equestrian Portrait of Charles of Bourbon -- Painting by Francesco Liani in the National Museum of Capodimonte, Naples
Wikipedia - Equestrian Portrait of Maria Amalia of Saxony -- Painting by Francesco Liani in the National Museum of Capodimonte, Naples
Wikipedia - Equestrian statue of Joseph Hooker -- Statue in Boston, Massachusetts
Wikipedia - Equestrian statuette of Charlemagne -- Bronze depiction at the Louvre Museum
Wikipedia - Equivalent Lands -- Several large tracts of land exchanged between the Massachusetts Bay and Connecticut colonies
Wikipedia - Equivalent rectangular bandwidth -- Measure used in psychoacoustics
Wikipedia - Equivocation -- Misleading use of a term with more than one meaning or sense
Wikipedia - Erasmus Commission -- Commission to investigate claims of misuse of public funds
Wikipedia - Erdemli Yoruk Museum -- Museum in Mersin Province, Turkey
Wikipedia - Ergogenic use of anabolic steroids -- Steroid use
Wikipedia - Erica Park -- Multi-use stadium, in Belhar, Cape Town, South Africa
Wikipedia - Erich Klausener
Wikipedia - Eric House -- Canadian actor
Wikipedia - Erichsens GM-CM-%rd -- Museum in Bornholm, Denmark
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Wikipedia - Erieye -- Airborne Early Warning and Control System used on a variety of aircraft platforms
Wikipedia - Erika Eschebach -- German woman historian and museum director
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Wikipedia - Erik Clausen -- Danish actor
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Wikipedia - Ernest, Landgrave of Hesse-Philippsthal -- Member of the House of Hesse and last ruling Landgrave of Hesse-Philippsthal (1846-1925)
Wikipedia - Ernst Buchner (curator) -- German museum administrator and art historian
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Wikipedia - Ernst Krause (musicologist) -- German musicologist
Wikipedia - Eros and Civilization -- 1955 book by Herbert Marcuse
Wikipedia - Erotic humiliation -- Consensual use of humiliation in a sexual context
Wikipedia - Eroticism -- Quality that causes sexual feelings
Wikipedia - Error-tolerant design -- Design that does not penalize user errors
Wikipedia - Erwin Clausen -- German fighter ace and Knight's Cross recipient
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Wikipedia - Erythrosine -- Derivative of fluorine used as a pink dye
Wikipedia - Escalation clause -- Clause in a contract adjusting costs to external factors
Wikipedia - Escape from Pompeii -- Amusement park ride
Wikipedia - Escape pod -- Capsule or craft used to evacuate base or vehicle in case of emergency
Wikipedia - Escape Theme Park -- Former amusement park in Singapore
Wikipedia - EschenhM-CM-$user Beeke -- River in Germany
Wikipedia - Escowbeck -- House in Lancashire, England
Wikipedia - Escudo -- Currency historically used in Portugal and its colonies
Wikipedia - Esholt railway station -- Disused railway station in West Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Eskimo -- Is a derogatory Name used to describe Indigenous people from the circumpolar region
Wikipedia - Espe (manor house) -- Former manor house at Tappernose, Denmark
Wikipedia - Espiritismo -- Term used in Latin America and the Caribbean
Wikipedia - Esri International User Conference -- Geographic information system technology event
Wikipedia - Essen-Frohnhausen station -- Railway station in Essen, Germany
Wikipedia - Essen-Holthausen station -- Rhine-Ruhr S-Bahn station
Wikipedia - Essential tremor -- Movement disorder that causes involuntary tremors
Wikipedia - Essex 3 -- Disused English Rugby Union league
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Wikipedia - Estacion Cultural Lucinda Larrosa Museum -- Museum in Rio Negro Province, Argentina
Wikipedia - Estadio Ciudad de Puertollano -- Multi-use stadium in Spain
Wikipedia - Estadio Colombino -- Multi-use stadium in Huelva, Spain
Wikipedia - Estadio Correcaminos -- Multi-use stadium in El Salvador
Wikipedia - Estadio Francisco Artes Carrasco -- Multi-use stadium in Lorca, Spain
Wikipedia - Estadio Francisco Montaner -- Multi-use stadium in Ponce, Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Estadio Jesus Martinez "Palillo" -- Multi-use stadium in the Magdalena Mixhuca Sports City in Mexico City
Wikipedia - Estadio Luis Rodriguez Olmo -- Multi-use stadium in Arecibo, Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Estadio Manuel Mesones Muro -- Multi-use stadium in Bagua, Peru
Wikipedia - Estadio Municipal Pedro Roman Melendez -- Multi-use stadium in Manati, Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Estadio Municipal Pozoblanco -- Multi-use stadium in Pozoblanco, Spain
Wikipedia - Estadio Municipal Santo Domingo -- Multi-use stadium in El Ejido, Spain
Wikipedia - Estadio Roman Suarez Puerta -- Multi-use stadium in Spain
Wikipedia - Estadio Salto del Caballo -- Multi-use stadium in Spain
Wikipedia - Estadio Tecnologico de Oaxaca -- Multi-use stadium in Oaxaca City, Oaxaca, Mexico
Wikipedia - Estadio Universitario Alberto "Chivo" Cordoba -- Multi-use stadium in Toluca, Mexico
Wikipedia - Estancia -- Large, private plot of land used for farming or cattle-raising
Wikipedia - Estense Lapidary Museum -- Italian archaeology museum
Wikipedia - Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art -- museum in London
Wikipedia - Etching (microfabrication) -- Technique in microfabrication used to remove material and create structures
Wikipedia - Eternal September -- Usenet slang for a period beginning in September 1993
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Wikipedia - Ethel Felder Webster House -- Historic Building
Wikipedia - Ethiopian calendar -- Principal calendar used in Ethiopia and Eritrea
Wikipedia - Ethiopian chant -- A liturgical chant used by Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church
Wikipedia - Ethiopian white-footed mouse -- Species of rodent
Wikipedia - Ethnic flag -- Flag used to represent an ethnicity
Wikipedia - Ethnobotany -- Science of the study of plants in relation to their use by humans
Wikipedia - Ethnographic Museum, Zagreb -- Croatian museum
Wikipedia - Ethnomuseology
Wikipedia - Ethosuximide -- Medication used to treat absence seizures
Wikipedia - Eth -- Letter of the Latin alphabet; used in Icelandic, Faroese, and Old English
Wikipedia - Etravirine -- Also called Intelence is a drug used for the treatment of HIV
Wikipedia - Etruria Industrial Museum -- museum in Etruria, Staffordshire, England
Wikipedia - Etruscan alphabet -- The alphabet used by the Etruscans of central and northern Italy
Wikipedia - Etsy -- E-commerce website focused on handmade or vintage items
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Wikipedia - Etude (Stockhausen)
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Wikipedia - Eukaryotic initiation factor 4F -- Multiprotein complex used in gene expression
Wikipedia - Euphemism -- Innocuous word or expression used in place of one that may be found offensive
Wikipedia - EUR.1 movement certificate -- Form used in international commodity traffic
Wikipedia - Eureka (word) -- Interjection used to celebrate a discovery or invention; a transliteration of a word attributed to Archimedes
Wikipedia - EuroAirport Basel Mulhouse Freiburg -- Airport in France near the Swiss and German borders
Wikipedia - Euro English -- Set of varieties of English used in Continental Europe
Wikipedia - Europa Editions UK -- British publishing house
Wikipedia - European Museum Forum -- Representative body
Wikipedia - Eusebe Jaojoby -- Composer and singer from Madagascar
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Wikipedia - Eusebio Blasco -- Spanish journalist, poet and playwright
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Wikipedia - Eusebio Figueroa Oreamuno -- Costa Rican politician
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Wikipedia - Eusebius of Thessalonica
Wikipedia - Eusebius of Vercelli
Wikipedia - Eusebius (praepositus sacri cubiculi) -- Politician and eunuch
Wikipedia - Eusebius -- 2nd/3rd century Greek historian of Christianity, exegete and Christian polemicist
Wikipedia - Euseboides -- Genus of beetles
Wikipedia - Eusebonas
Wikipedia - Euseius alangii -- Species of arachnid
Wikipedia - Euselates -- Genus of beetles
Wikipedia - Eusemocosma pruinosa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Eusene -- Town in ancient Pontus
Wikipedia - Eustace I, Count of Boulogne -- Nobleman, founder of the House of Boulogne
Wikipedia - Evangelical Lutheran Worship -- 2006 Lutheran hymnal used by the ELCA
Wikipedia - Evans Brothers Ltd -- British publishing house
Wikipedia - Evelyn Denison, 1st Viscount Ossington -- English Speaker of the House of Commons
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Wikipedia - Eventual consistency -- Consistency model used in distributed computing to achieve high availability
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Wikipedia - Evil Geniuses: The Unmaking of America -- 2020 non-fiction book by Kurt Andersen
Wikipedia - Evil Geniuses -- American esports organization based in Seattle, Washington
Wikipedia - Evolutionary approaches to depression -- Attempts by evolutionary psychologists to use the theory of evolution to shed light on the problem of mood disorders
Wikipedia - Evolutionary invasion analysis -- Mathematical modeling techniques that use differential equations to study the long-term evolution of traits in asexually reproducing populations
Wikipedia - Evolutionary landscape -- A metaphor used to visualize the processes of evolution
Wikipedia - Evolutionary pressure -- Any cause that reduces reproductive success in a proportion of a population
Wikipedia - Evolution of photosynthesis -- The origin and subsequent evolution of the process by which light energy is used to synthesize sugars
Wikipedia - Evolution of viruses -- Evolution of viruses
Wikipedia - Ewa Larysa Krause -- Polish judoka
Wikipedia - Exbury House -- Country house in Exbury, Hampshire, England
Wikipedia - Excessive Bail Clause -- clause of the Eighth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, prohibiting bail prices that are unduly high
Wikipedia - Excommunication -- Censure used to deprive, suspend, or limit membership in a religious community
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Wikipedia - Excuse Me (1925 film) -- 1925 film
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Wikipedia - Excuse Me Mr. -- 1996 single by No Doubt
Wikipedia - Excuse My Dust (1920 film) -- 1920 film by Sam Wood
Wikipedia - Excuses for Bad Behavior -- album by Sandra Bernhard
Wikipedia - Excuse -- defense to criminal charges that is distinct from an exculpation
Wikipedia - Executive Residence -- Central building of the White House complex
Wikipedia - Exfoliating granite -- Granite skin peeling like an onion (desquamation) because of weathering
Wikipedia - Existential clause
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Wikipedia - Exorcism in the Catholic Church -- The use of exorcism in the Catholic Church
Wikipedia - Experimental drug -- Medicinal product not yet approved for routine use
Wikipedia - Experimental evolution -- Use of laboratory and field experiments to explore evolutionary dynamics
Wikipedia - Experimental use permit -- Pesticide permit
Wikipedia - Explanation -- Set of statements constructed to describe a set of facts which clarifies causes
Wikipedia - Exploratorium -- Museum in San Francisco
Wikipedia - Explosive rat -- Weapon developed by the British Special Operations Executive in World War II for use against Germany
Wikipedia - Exposure (heights) -- Climbing and hiking term; sections of a hiking path or climbing route are described as "exposed" if there is a high risk of injury in the event of a fall because of the steepness of the terrain
Wikipedia - Exsanguination -- Process of blood loss, to a degree sufficient to cause death
Wikipedia - Extended Backus-Naur form -- Family of metasyntax notations, any of which can be used to express a context-free grammar
Wikipedia - Extensible User Interface Protocol
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Wikipedia - External cause -- Associating a specific object or acute process that was caused by something outside the body
Wikipedia - External reference pricing -- Use of selected medication prices as references to compare prices internationally and guide policies
Wikipedia - Extraterrestrial sample curation -- The use and preservation of extraterrestrial samples
Wikipedia - Extreme users -- Design concept
Wikipedia - Extrusion -- Process used to create objects of a fixed cross-sectional profile
Wikipedia - Eydie Gorme -- American pop singer, chanteuse, comic actress
Wikipedia - Eyespot (mimicry) -- Eye-like marking used for mimicry or distraction
Wikipedia - Eyrecourt Castle -- 17th-century country house in Galway, Ireland
Wikipedia - Ezetimibe -- Medication used to treat high cholesterol
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Wikipedia - Faberge Museum in Saint Petersburg -- Museum in Saint Petersburg
Wikipedia - Faberge Museum -- Museum in Baden-Baden
Wikipedia - Faberge workmaster -- Independent craftsmen of the House of Faberge
Wikipedia - Faber House -- United States historic place
Wikipedia - Faber-Ward House -- House in Charleston, South Carolina
Wikipedia - Fabian Gottlieb von Bellingshausen -- 19th-century Russian Navy officer, cartographer, and explorer
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Wikipedia - Fabrika automobila Priboj -- Serbian automotive manufacturer of military vehicles, buses and trucks
Wikipedia - Face masks during the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States -- Use of face coverings during the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States
Wikipedia - Face shield -- Device used to protect the wearer's face from hazards
Wikipedia - Fact (data warehouse)
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Wikipedia - Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser
Wikipedia - Fahrenheit -- Temperature scale used in the U.S.
Wikipedia - Failed States: The Abuse of Power and the Assault on Democracy
Wikipedia - Failure mode and effects analysis -- Systematic technique for identification of potential failure modes in a system and their causes and effects
Wikipedia - Fairfield County Courthouse (Ohio) -- local government building in the United States
Wikipedia - Fair Field -- Large private house in the Hamptons, Long Island, in New York State
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Wikipedia - Fair Use
Wikipedia - Fair use
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Wikipedia - Faith > The Muse
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Wikipedia - Fall at Your Feet -- 1991 single by Crowded House
Wikipedia - Falling (accident) -- Cause of injury or death
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Wikipedia - Fall protection -- Use of controls to prevent falling and to stop falls safely if they happen
Wikipedia - Falls Fire Barn Museum -- United States historic place in North Attleborough, Massachusetts
Wikipedia - False allegation of child sexual abuse
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Wikipedia - Fan death -- South Korean misconception relating to the use of electric fans
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Wikipedia - FanHouse
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Wikipedia - Fantasy of Flight -- Aviation museum in Polk City, Florida, USA
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Wikipedia - Farmhouses
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Wikipedia - Farol da Ribeira Brava -- Lighthouse in Portugal
Wikipedia - Farol de D. Luis -- Lighthouse in Cape Verde
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Wikipedia - Farrer hypothesis -- Solution to the synoptic problem that Mark was written first, that Matthew used Mark, and that Luke used Mark and Matthew
Wikipedia - Farringford House
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Wikipedia - FarumgM-CM-%rd -- House om Farum, Denmark
Wikipedia - Fascist symbolism -- Use of certain images and symbols which are designed to represent aspects of fascism
Wikipedia - Fashion accessory -- Item used to contribute to the wearer's outfit
Wikipedia - Fashion History Museum -- Museum in Ontario chronicling the history of fashion
Wikipedia - Fashion House -- Television series
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Wikipedia - Fast user switching
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Wikipedia - Father of the House (United Kingdom) -- Honorary position in the British parliament
Wikipedia - Father of the House -- Longest-serving continuous member of parliament
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Wikipedia - Fault tree analysis -- Failure analysis system used in safety engineering and reliability engineering
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Wikipedia - Fayette County Courthouse (Ohio) -- local government building in the United States
Wikipedia - FBI Index -- System used to track American citizens and other people
Wikipedia - Fearmongering -- Deliberate use of fear-based tactics
Wikipedia - Febreze -- Brand of household odor eliminators manufactured by Procter & Gamble
Wikipedia - Federal Building, United States Post Office and Courthouse (Hilo, Hawaii) -- Historic Place in Hawaii County, Hawaii
Wikipedia - Federal-State Relations Select Committee -- Committee appointed by the Malaysian House of Representatives
Wikipedia - Fedor Gusev -- Soviet diplomat
Wikipedia - Feedback linearization -- Approach used in controlling nonlinear systems
Wikipedia - Feeling thermometer -- Visual analog scale used in survey research
Wikipedia - Feet sea water -- Unit of pressure conventionally used in underwater diving
Wikipedia - F.E. Haley Double House -- Historic building in Des Moines, Iowa, United States
Wikipedia - Feimster House -- Historic house of Iredell County, North Carolina, built near 1800 but since demolished
Wikipedia - Felicific calculus -- Algorithm measuring the amount of pleasure that a specific action is likely to cause
Wikipedia - Feline hyperesthesia syndrome -- Collection of OCD or epilepsy-like symptoms in housecats
Wikipedia - Felix Buser -- Swiss sprint canoer
Wikipedia - Feller buncher -- Type of harvester used in logging
Wikipedia - Female urinal -- A urinal designed to be used by women and girls
Wikipedia - Femicide -- Intentional killing or other violent deaths of women or girls because of their gender
Wikipedia - Femi Gbajabiamila -- Member of the House of Representatives of Nigeria
Wikipedia - Feminine hygiene -- Personal care products used by women for menstruation, vaginal discharge etc.
Wikipedia - Feminist Alliance Against Rape -- 1970s feminist organization to address the causes of rape
Wikipedia - Feminist Press -- American publishing house
Wikipedia - Fen Causeway, Cambridge -- A link road in United Kingdom.
Wikipedia - Fence Houses -- Village in Tyne and Wear, England
Wikipedia - Fencing rules -- Set of protocols and behaviors used in competititve fencing
Wikipedia - Fendi -- Italian enterprise and fashion house
Wikipedia - Fenton House -- 17th-century house with walled garden
Wikipedia - Fenton Museum -- Museum in Fenton, Michigan
Wikipedia - Fenwick Island Light -- Lighthouse in Delaware, United States
Wikipedia - Ferdinand Budicki Automobile Museum -- Museum in Zagreb, Croatia
Wikipedia - Ferdinando Giuseppe Antonelli
Wikipedia - Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asiatic Arts -- Museum
Wikipedia - Fermented bean curd -- A Chinese condiment consisting of a form of processed, preserved tofu used in East Asian cuisine
Wikipedia - Ferns Report -- Report in the Irish government inquiry into clerical sexual abuse allegations
Wikipedia - Ferris wheel -- Amusement ride
Wikipedia - Ferrule -- A ring used for fastening or joining
Wikipedia - Fetal warfarin syndrome -- Congenital disorder caused by maternal warfarin administration
Wikipedia - Fiat Croma -- The name used for two different large family cars produced by Italian automaker Fiat
Wikipedia - Fiber-optic cable -- Cable assembly containing one or more optical fibers that are used to carry light
Wikipedia - Fibromyalgia -- Chronic disorder of unknown cause characterized by pain, stiffness, and widespread tenderness in muscles
Wikipedia - Fictionalism -- Pretending to treat something as literally true (a "useful fiction")
Wikipedia - Fidelipac -- Magnetic tape sound recording format used in broadcasting
Wikipedia - Field coil -- Electromagnet used to generate a magnetic field in an electro-magnetic machine
Wikipedia - Field recording -- Term used for an audio recording produced outside a recording studio
Wikipedia - Figure-eight knot -- Type of stopper knot used in sailing and climbing
Wikipedia - Figure of the Earth -- Size and shape used to model the Earth for geodesy
Wikipedia - Filariasis -- Parasitic disease caused by a family of nematode worms
Wikipedia - File hosting service -- Internet hosting service for user files
Wikipedia - Filename -- Text string used to uniquely identify a computer file
Wikipedia - File signature -- Data used to identify or verify the content of a file
Wikipedia - Filesystem in Userspace
Wikipedia - Filesystem in userspace
Wikipedia - Filgrastim -- Medication used to treat low blood neutrophils
Wikipedia - Filioque clause
Wikipedia - Filled pause
Wikipedia - Fillet knife -- flexible knife used in the preparation of filets
Wikipedia - Filling carousel -- Device for filling liquefied petroleum gas cylinders
Wikipedia - Film can -- Container used to enclose film stock
Wikipedia - Film stock -- Medium used for recording motion pictures
Wikipedia - Filter bubble -- Mind state when a website algorithm guesses what information a user would like to see
Wikipedia - Filters in topology -- Use of filters to describe and characterize all basic topological notions and results.
Wikipedia - Filth: The Mary Whitehouse Story -- 2008 British television film
Wikipedia - Final cause
Wikipedia - Final Solution (2001 film) -- 2001 film by Cristobal Krusen
Wikipedia - Finance Committee (House of Commons) -- Select Committee of the British Parliament
Wikipedia - Financial asset -- Intangible asset that derives value because of a contractual claim
Wikipedia - Financial capital -- economic resources used by entrepreneurs and businesses to buy what they need to make their products or provide their services
Wikipedia - Financial technology -- Subset of technologies used in finance
Wikipedia - Fingal Head Light -- Lighthouse in New South Wales, Australia
Wikipedia - Fingering (sexual act) -- The use of fingers to sexually stimulate
Wikipedia - Fingerprint scanner -- Electronic device used to capture a digital image of the fingerprint pattern
Wikipedia - Finger protocol -- Simple network protocols for the exchange of human-oriented status and user information
Wikipedia - Finite verb -- Verb form that can complete an independent clause by itself
Wikipedia - Finkenhof House -- House in South Tyrol
Wikipedia - Finnish submarine Vesikko -- Submarine museum ship
Wikipedia - Finnmark University College -- University college with three campuses throughout Finnmark, Norway
Wikipedia - Fios de ovos -- Portuguese egg confection used in preparing desserts
Wikipedia - Fire Ball -- Amusement ride manufactured by Larson International
Wikipedia - Fire clay -- Range of refractory clays used in the manufacture of ceramics
Wikipedia - Fire-control system -- Device which assists use of a weapon by location, tracking, and direction of fire at a target
Wikipedia - Fire Fighters Museum (Winnipeg, Manitoba) -- Civic museum in Manitoba, Canada
Wikipedia - Firefox Focus -- free and open-source privacy-focused web browser by Mozilla
Wikipedia - Fire hose -- Flexible tube used for delivering water or foam at high pressure, to fight fires
Wikipedia - Firehouse (1987 film) -- 1987 film directed by John Christian Ingvordsen
Wikipedia - Firehouse, Engine Company 31 -- Fire station in Manhattan, New York
Wikipedia - Firehouse, Engine Company 33 and Ladder Company 9 -- Fire station in Manhattan, New York
Wikipedia - Firehouse, Hook & Ladder Company 8 -- Fire station in New York City, "Ghostbusters" HQ
Wikipedia - Firehouse Site -- Archaeological site in Indiana
Wikipedia - Firehouse Tales -- Television series
Wikipedia - Fire in the Opera House -- 1930 film
Wikipedia - Fire lookout tower -- Building to house a person who watches for wildfires
Wikipedia - Fire Museum of Texas -- Museum in Texas
Wikipedia - Fire safety -- Practices intended to reduce the destruction caused by fire
Wikipedia - Firestone-Apsley Rubber Company -- defunct company and existing factory building in Hudson, Massachusetts, United States
Wikipedia - Firewood -- wood used for fires
Wikipedia - Fir Hill Manor -- Manor house in Cornwall, England
Wikipedia - Firhouse -- Outer suburb of Dublin, Ireland
Wikipedia - First Aid for Dora -- 1923 short story by P.G. Wodehouse
Wikipedia - First aid kit -- Collection of supplies and equipment that is used to give medical treatment
Wikipedia - First Americans Museum -- Museum in Oklahoma City
Wikipedia - First Cause
Wikipedia - First cause
Wikipedia - First Congregational Church of Hyde Park -- church in Boston, Massachusetts, US
Wikipedia - First day of issue -- Postage stamp on a cover, postal card or stamped envelope franked on the first day the issue is authorized for use
Wikipedia - First Houses -- Public housing development in Manhattan, New York
Wikipedia - First Jordan Hydro-Electric Power House -- Was an electric power plant in Jordan
Wikipedia - First Lady of Afghanistan -- Ceremonial position for the spouse of the Afghan head of state
Wikipedia - First Lady of Sri Lanka -- spouse of the president of Sri Lank
Wikipedia - First Lady of the United States -- Hostess of the White House, usually the wife of the president of the United States
Wikipedia - First light (astronomy) -- term in astronomy for the first time a telescope is used to look at the Universe
Wikipedia - First Men in the Moon (1964 film) -- 1964 film by Nathan H. Juran, Ray Harryhausen
Wikipedia - First Nations -- Term used for Indigenous peoples in Canada
Wikipedia - First-order logic -- Collection of formal systems used in mathematics, philosophy, linguistics, and computer science
Wikipedia - First Unitarian Society in Newton -- Historic church in Newton, Massachusetts, US
Wikipedia - Firth -- Scottish word used for various coastal inlets and straits
Wikipedia - Fischhausen
Wikipedia - Fishbait Miller -- Doorkeeper of the U.S. House of Representatives
Wikipedia - Fisher House Foundation -- Network of comfort homes where military and veteransM-bM-^@M-^Y families can stay at no cost while a loved one is receiving treatment
Wikipedia - Fish-House, Peterhead -- Building in Scotland
Wikipedia - Fish House Punch -- Rum-based cocktail
Wikipedia - Fishing bait -- Substance or device used to attract fish
Wikipedia - Fishing gear and methods used in Uganda -- Caught with plank canoes and fiberglass boats
Wikipedia - Fishing tackle -- Equipment used for fishing
Wikipedia - Fishing vessel -- Boat or ship used to catch fish on a body of water
Wikipedia - Fishplate -- Metal part used to join two rails together
Wikipedia - Fiskdale, Massachusetts -- CDP in Sturbridge, Massachusetts, United States
Wikipedia - Fisogni Museum -- Museum in Italy
Wikipedia - Fitzwilliam Museum
Wikipedia - Five College Consortium -- Group of colleges in Massachusetts, United States
Wikipedia - Five College Museums/Historic Deerfield -- Museum consortium in Massachusetts, US
Wikipedia - Five Houses of Chan
Wikipedia - Five Kings House -- Building in London
Wikipedia - Five Mile House railway station -- Former railway station in Lincolnshire, England
Wikipedia - Fixed-wing aircraft -- Heavier-than-air aircraft with fixed wings generating aerodynamic lift in the airflow caused by forward airspeed
Wikipedia - Flagermusen -- 1966 film
Wikipedia - Flag House Courts -- Former public housing project located in Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Wikipedia - Flaghouse Homes -- Former public housing project located in Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Wikipedia - Flag of Antarctica -- Flags used to represent Antarctica, Earth's southernmost continent
Wikipedia - Flag of Cape Town -- Flag used by the City of Cape Town municipality
Wikipedia - Flag of Great Britain -- Flag of the kingdom of England and Scotland, in use until 1801 and the creation of the United Kingdom
Wikipedia - Flag of Massachusetts -- Flag
Wikipedia - Flag of the Hispanic People -- Sometimes used to represent the Hispanic people
Wikipedia - Flag of the People's Liberation Army -- Flag used by the People's Liberation Army, China
Wikipedia - Flags at the White House -- Flags displayed at the White House
Wikipedia - Flagship -- Vessel used by the commanding officer of a group of naval ships
Wikipedia - Flail -- Agricultural tool used for threshing
Wikipedia - FlaM-CM-^_hofstraM-CM-^_e -- Street in Oberhausen, Germany
Wikipedia - Flame ionization detector -- Type of gas detector used in gas chromatography
Wikipedia - Flamenco guitar -- Acoustic guitar used in Flamenco music
Wikipedia - Flameout -- Run-down of a jet engine caused by the extinction of the flame in the combustion chamber
Wikipedia - Flamingo Park Frock Salon -- Australian fashion house
Wikipedia - Flannan Isles Lighthouse -- Lighthouse off the northwest coast of Scotland
Wikipedia - Flash cartridge -- Cartridge containing flash memory developed for use in video game consoles
Wikipedia - Flash welding -- Type of resistance welding that does not use any filler metals
Wikipedia - Flat spline -- A long flexible batten used to produce a fair curve through a set of points
Wikipedia - Flats Sequencing System -- Mail sorting system used by the US Postal Service
Wikipedia - Flaviviridae -- Family of viruses
Wikipedia - Flavivirus -- Genus of viruses
Wikipedia - Flaxen gene -- Flaxen gene is a genetic trait that causes a lighter mane and tail than body color of chestnut horses.
Wikipedia - Flaxton railway station -- Disused railway station in North Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Flax -- Species of plant used as a food and fibre crop
Wikipedia - Flecainide -- Antiarrhythmic medication used to prevent and treat tachyarrhythmias
Wikipedia - FleetBoston Financial -- Bank in Boston, Massachusetts, US which was acquired by Bank of America
Wikipedia - Fleet Science Center -- Science museum and planetarium in San Diego, United States
Wikipedia - Flemish Art Collection -- Partnership between three art historical museums in Flanders
Wikipedia - Fletcher's Ice Island -- A thick, tabular iceberg discovered by U.S. Air Force Colonel Joseph O. Fletcher, used as a manned scientific station in the Arctic for several years
Wikipedia - Flexiviridae -- Former family of RNA plant viruses
Wikipedia - Flick (time) -- Unit of time used in audio/video timing cacluations
Wikipedia - Flight traffic mapping -- Use of animation to depict flight traffic
Wikipedia - Flirty Fishing -- Religious prostitution method formerly used by the Children of God/Family International
Wikipedia - Flo Ankah -- French Voice Chanteuse/Actress Floanne in NYC
Wikipedia - Flo (app) -- Menstruation and menopause tracking app
Wikipedia - Floating production storage and offloading -- Floating vessel used by offshore oil/gas industry for hydrocarbon production/processing/storage
Wikipedia - Float (oceanographic instrument platform) -- An oceanographic instrument platform used for making subsurface measurements in the ocean
Wikipedia - Float (woodworking) -- Metal file used for making wooden hand planes
Wikipedia - Flood control -- Methods used to reduce or prevent the detrimental effects of flood waters
Wikipedia - Floorcloth -- Cloth used for damp-cleaning floors
Wikipedia - Flophouse -- Place with cheap lodging
Wikipedia - Florence, Massachusetts -- Village in Northampton, Massachusetts
Wikipedia - Florida House of Representatives -- Lower house of the Florida Legislature
Wikipedia - Florida Legislative Investigation Committee -- Anti-Communist committee that focused on homosexuals
Wikipedia - Florida Museum of Natural History -- Natural history museum in Florida, United States
Wikipedia - Florida's 3rd congressional district -- U.S. House district in northern Florida
Wikipedia - Florida Senate -- Upper house of the Florida Legislature
Wikipedia - Florida State College at Jacksonville -- College with 4 campuses in Duval County, Florida
Wikipedia - Floride Calhoun -- Spouse of John C. Calhoun
Wikipedia - Flower A. Newhouse
Wikipedia - Flow tracer -- Any fluid property used to track flow
Wikipedia - Fluid Science Laboratory -- Multi-user facility for fluid physics experiment in the Columbus module of ISS
Wikipedia - Flying ointment -- Hallucinogenic salve used in the practice of witchcraft
Wikipedia - Flying Scooters -- Amusement ride
Wikipedia - Flying toilet -- A plastic bag that is used as a simple toilet substitute
Wikipedia - Focal and diffuse brain injury
Wikipedia - Focal infection theory -- Historical concept that many chronic diseases are caused by focal infections
Wikipedia - FOCAL (programming language) -- Programming language used on DEC PDP-series machines
Wikipedia - Focused crawler
Wikipedia - Focused ion beam
Wikipedia - Focus mitt -- Padded target fixed to a glove, used in training combat athletes
Wikipedia - Fodder -- Agricultural foodstuff used to feed domesticated animals
Wikipedia - Fogging (insect control) -- Technique used for killing insects
Wikipedia - Foldable smartphone -- Smartphone form factors that use flexible displays
Wikipedia - Folksamhuset -- High-rise building in Stockholm, Sweden
Wikipedia - Folsom v. Marsh -- First "fair use" copyright case in the U.S.
Wikipedia - Fond -- Flavorful cooking liquid used in further cooking
Wikipedia - Fonseca Guimaraens -- Port wine house (producer/company)
Wikipedia - Font hinting -- Use of mathematical instructions to adjust the display of a font so it lines up with a rasterized grid
Wikipedia - Fontjoncouse -- Commune in Occitanie, France
Wikipedia - Foodborne illness -- Illness resulting from food that is spoiled or contaminated by pathogenic bacteria, viruses, parasites, or toxins
Wikipedia - Food Safety News -- Website focused on food safety
Wikipedia - Food security during the COVID-19 pandemic -- Famines related to the pandemic caused by coronavirus disease 2019.
Wikipedia - Foodwatch -- European advocacy group that focuses on protecting consumer rights
Wikipedia - Footmouse
Wikipedia - Foot-pound-second system -- Physical system of measurement that uses the foot, pound, and second as base units
Wikipedia - Forced labour under German rule during World War II -- use of unfree labour in Nazi Germany and throughout German-occupied Europe during the Second World War
Wikipedia - Forceps -- A handheld, hinged instrument used for grasping and holding objects
Wikipedia - Foreign Affairs Select Committee -- Committee appointed by the British House of Commons
Wikipedia - Foreign and intergovernmental relations of Puerto Rico -- Governed by the Commerce and Territorial Clause of the Constitution of the United States
Wikipedia - Foreign Emoluments Clause -- Provision in Article I citing Powers of Congress of the United States Constitution prohibiting Congress in the federal government from granting titles of nobility and restricts federal officials from receiving foreign emoluments
Wikipedia - Foreign Languages Publishing House (Soviet Union) -- Soviet publisher
Wikipedia - Foremost power -- Term used by political scientists and historians
Wikipedia - Forensic arts -- Art used in law enforcement or legal proceedings
Wikipedia - Forensic geophysics -- Use of geophysics tools in forensic science
Wikipedia - Forest Houses -- Public housing development in the Bronx, New York
Wikipedia - Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale) -- American Cemetery and museum in California
Wikipedia - Forge Valley railway station -- Disused railway station in North Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Forlaget Oktober -- Norwegian publishing house
Wikipedia - ForlagiM-CM-0 -- Icelandic publishing house
Wikipedia - Formal cause
Wikipedia - Formaldehyde releaser -- Chemical compound used as a preservative that slowly releases formaldehyde.
Wikipedia - Formaldehyde -- Widely used toxic organic compound
Wikipedia - Format B -- German tech house duo
Wikipedia - Formentor Lighthouse -- Lighthouse on Mallorca, Spain
Wikipedia - Formerly Used Defense Sites -- Abandoned defense properties
Wikipedia - Formulario mathematico -- Book by Giuseppe Peano
Wikipedia - Forni della Signoria -- Bakehouse in Malta
Wikipedia - Foro Penal -- Venezuelan NGO focused on human rights
Wikipedia - Fort Amherst Lighthouse -- Lighthouse in St. John's, Canada
Wikipedia - Fort Beausejour -- French-built fort in Acadia now a park
Wikipedia - Fort Calgary -- Fort, historical site and museum in Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Wikipedia - Fort Denison Light -- Lighthouse in New South Wales, Australia
Wikipedia - Fort Devens -- inactive U.S. military installation in Middlesex and Worcester counties, Massachusetts, United States
Wikipedia - Fort Discovery -- Former children's science museum in Augusta, Georgia, USA
Wikipedia - Fort du Scex -- Military museum in Switzerland
Wikipedia - Fort George Amusement Park -- Former amusement park in New York City
Wikipedia - For the Cause (film) -- 2000 American science-fiction fantasy film by David Douglas
Wikipedia - For the Cause of the South (1912 film) -- 1912 film
Wikipedia - For the Good of the Cause -- Book by Aleksandr Solzjenitsyn
Wikipedia - Fort Napoleon des Saintes -- Museum and former fort in Guadeloupe
Wikipedia - Fort of Cavalo Lighthouse -- Lighthouse in Portugal
Wikipedia - Fort of King Luis I -- 19th Century fort in Lisbon, Portugal now used as a prison
Wikipedia - Fort of Sao Miguel Arcanjo -- 16th-century fort and current museum in western Portugal
Wikipedia - Forton Hall -- 17th-century house in Forton, Staffordshire
Wikipedia - Fort Prinzenstein -- Danish fort in Keta, Ghana, built in 1784 and used in the slave trade
Wikipedia - Fortress House -- Former UK government building
Wikipedia - Fort Standish (Plymouth, Massachusetts) -- Fort in Massachusetts
Wikipedia - Fort William Lighthouse -- Building in Ghana
Wikipedia - Fossil word -- Broadly obsolete words that remain in idiomatic use
Wikipedia - Foteviken Museum -- Archaeological open-air museum in Vellinge Municipality, SkM-CM-%ne County, Sweden
Wikipedia - Four-banded sandgrouse -- Species of bird
Wikipedia - Four causes
Wikipedia - Four (Frankfurt) -- Mixed-use skyscraper project in Frankfurt, Germany
Wikipedia - Four Seasons in One Day -- 1992 single by Crowded House
Wikipedia - Four Seasons Place Kuala Lumpur -- Hotel and mixed-use complex
Wikipedia - Four-striped grass mouse -- Southern African species of mammals belonging to the mouse and rat family of rodents
Wikipedia - Fourth normal form -- Normal form used in database normalization
Wikipedia - Fowler Museum at UCLA -- American art museum in California
Wikipedia - Fox Fuse -- US music company
Wikipedia - Fragment-based lead discovery -- Method used in drug discovery
Wikipedia - Frame check sequence -- Error-detecting code used in communications protocols
Wikipedia - Frame line -- Unused space between two film frames
Wikipedia - Framingham, Massachusetts -- City in Massachusetts, United States
Wikipedia - Frances Follin Jones -- American classicist and museum curator
Wikipedia - Frances Stackhouse Acton -- British botanist, archaeologist and artist (1794-1881)
Wikipedia - Franchising -- Practice of the right to use a firm's business model and brand for a prescribed period of time
Wikipedia - Francis Carr (Ohio politician) -- Member of the Ohio House of Representatives
Wikipedia - Francisco Urena -- Massachusetts Secretary of Veterans' Affairs
Wikipedia - Francisco Villa Museum -- Museum focused on Mexican revolutionary "Pancho" Villa
Wikipedia - Francis I, Holy Roman Emperor -- 18th century Holy Roman Emperor from the Habsburg-Lorraine house
Wikipedia - Francis in the Haunted House -- 1956 film by Charles Lamont
Wikipedia - Francis I of France -- King of France of the House of Valois-AngoulM-CM-*me (1494-1547) (r. 1515-1547)
Wikipedia - Francis Kruse -- German politician
Wikipedia - Francis Sargent -- Governor of Massachusetts
Wikipedia - Frank and Dorothy Ward House -- Residence in Battle Creek, Michigan
Wikipedia - Frank Brookhouser -- American journalist
Wikipedia - Frank Busemann -- German decathlete
Wikipedia - Frank Corte Jr. -- Republican member of the Texas House of Representatives
Wikipedia - Frankenhausen Abbey -- Former Cistercian abbey in Saxony
Wikipedia - Frankfurt Charterhouse -- Carthusian monastery in Frankfurt an der Oder, Germany
Wikipedia - Frankfurter Museumsgesellschaft -- German cultural association
Wikipedia - Frankie Muse Freeman
Wikipedia - Franklin County Memorial Hall -- Multi-use building in Columbus, Ohio
Wikipedia - Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum -- Presidential library and museum for U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt, located in Hyde Park, New York
Wikipedia - Franklin Park (Boston) -- Protected area in Massachusetts
Wikipedia - Franklin Park Zoo -- Zoo in Boston, Massachusetts
Wikipedia - Franklin's grouse -- Species of bird
Wikipedia - Frank Neuhauser -- American spelling bee champion (1913-2011)
Wikipedia - Frank Smizik -- Member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives
Wikipedia - Frank Underwood (House of Cards) -- Fictional character from House of Cards
Wikipedia - Frannie Crouse -- American soccer forward
Wikipedia - Frans Hals Museum
Wikipedia - Franz Eher Nachfolger -- Central publishing house of the Nazi Party
Wikipedia - Franz von Holzhausen
Wikipedia - Fred Edenhauser -- Austrian taekwondo practitioner
Wikipedia - Frederick A. Askew Skuse -- British entomologist
Wikipedia - Frederick George Waterhouse
Wikipedia - Frederick Law Olmsted Jr. -- American landscape architect; not to be confused with his father, who designed Central Park
Wikipedia - Frederick Ouseley -- English composer and musicologist (1825-1889)
Wikipedia - Frederick Taylor Pusey -- American politician
Wikipedia - Frederick W. Cotzhausen -- American politician
Wikipedia - Frederiksdal, Lolland Municipality -- Manor house near Slagelse, Denmark
Wikipedia - Fred Hottes House -- Historic building in Boise, Idaho, USA
Wikipedia - Fredsholm -- Manor house near Nakskov, Denmark
Wikipedia - Free content -- Creative work with few or no restrictions on how it may be used
Wikipedia - Freediving blackout -- Loss of consciousness caused by cerebral hypoxia towards the end of a breath-hold dive
Wikipedia - Freedom Caucus -- Congressional caucus of conservative/libertarian Republican members of the US House of Representatives
Wikipedia - Freedom for Animals -- English charity campaigning to end the use of animals in entertainment
Wikipedia - Freedom House -- American non-profit research center
Wikipedia - Freedom in the World -- Annual survey by Freedom House
Wikipedia - Freedom of panorama -- Right to freely create and use images of copyrighted works in public places
Wikipedia - Freedom Riders -- U.S. activists who rode interstate buses
Wikipedia - Freedom Trail -- Historical walking trail in Boston, Massachusetts
Wikipedia - Free immersion apnea -- Freediving discipline in which no propulsion equipment is used, but pulling on the rope during descent and ascent is permitted
Wikipedia - Freeman's Auctioneers & Appraisers -- American auction house
Wikipedia - Free Meek -- American docuseries
Wikipedia - Freenode -- IRC network used to discuss peer-directed projects
Wikipedia - Free relative clause
Wikipedia - Free software -- Software licensed to preserve user freedoms
Wikipedia - Freetown, Massachusetts -- Town in Massachusetts, United States
Wikipedia - Freeware -- Software distributed and used at no cost, with other rights still reserved
Wikipedia - Free World -- Propaganda term used to refer to the Western Bloc
Wikipedia - Freizeit-Land Geiselwind -- Amusement park near Geiselwind, Germany
Wikipedia - French brig Inconstant (1811) -- Ship used by Napoleon to escape from Elba
Wikipedia - French destroyer Baliste -- Arquebuse-class destroyer built for the French Navy
Wikipedia - French destroyer Mousquet -- Arquebuse-class destroyer
Wikipedia - French heraldry -- The use of heraldic symbols in France
Wikipedia - French Hospital (La Providence) -- Almshouses for descendants of Huguenots in Rochester, Kent, England
Wikipedia - French ironclad Belliqueuse -- Ironclad ship of the French Navy
Wikipedia - French Leave (novel) -- 1956 novel by P.G. Wodehouse
Wikipedia - French Republican calendar -- Calendar used in France from 1793 to 1805
Wikipedia - French Sign Language -- Sign language used predominately in France and French-speaking Switzerland
Wikipedia - French submarine Arethuse (1916) -- Amphitrite-class French submarine
Wikipedia - French tanker Meuse -- French Navy command and replenishment ship
Wikipedia - Freud Museum
Wikipedia - Freya (cat) -- Chief Mouser to the Cabinet Office
Wikipedia - Freya Pausewang -- German writer
Wikipedia - Friction burn -- Skin abrasion caused by friction
Wikipedia - Friedrich Adolf Steinhausen -- German physician and physiologist
Wikipedia - Friedrich Daniel von Recklinghausen -- German pathologist
Wikipedia - Friedrich Ringshausen -- Nazi official
Wikipedia - Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg Museum -- history museum in Berlin, Germany
Wikipedia - Friends of the Vermont State House -- non-profit corporation
Wikipedia - Friend-to-friend -- Type of peer-to-peer network in which users only make direct connections with people they know
Wikipedia - Frihedslund -- Manor house near Kalundborg, Denmark
Wikipedia - Fringe (trim) -- Long or short lengths of straight or twisted thread, cord, or tassel, used as trimming
Wikipedia - Frisco Silver Dollar Line -- American amusement park railroad line
Wikipedia - Fritchley Tunnel -- Disused railway tunnel in Derbyshire, England
Wikipedia - Frits Clausen -- Danish national socialist politician (1893-1947)
Wikipedia - Fritz Dinkhauser -- Austrian politician
Wikipedia - Fritz Gause -- German historian, archivist, and curator
Wikipedia - Fritz Leiber's Lankhmar: The New Adventures of Fafhrd and Gray Mouser -- Dungeons & Dragons accessory
Wikipedia - Fritz Wendhausen -- German actor, screenwriter and film director
Wikipedia - Frivolous or vexatious -- Term used to deny a complaint
Wikipedia - Frognal House -- Mansion in London
Wikipedia - Frome Museum -- Local history museum in Frome, Somerset
Wikipedia - Frontier City -- Amusement park in Oklahoma City
Wikipedia - Frontier Homestead State Park Museum -- State park and museum in the United States
Wikipedia - Frontier Times Museum -- Museum of Hunters Frontier magazine in Texas USA
Wikipedia - Frontier Village -- Former amusement park in San Jose, California
Wikipedia - Frost damage (construction) -- Damages caused by water freezing can occur as cracks, stone splinters and swelling of the material
Wikipedia - Frozen Assets (novel) -- 1964 novel by P.G. Wodehouse
Wikipedia - Fruit allergy -- Type of food allergy caused by fruit
Wikipedia - Frusen GlM-CM-$dje -- Defunct ice cream brand in the U.S.
Wikipedia - Fuchun Teahouse -- Historic traditional teahouse in Yangzhou, Jiangsu, China
Wikipedia - Fuel cell vehicle -- Vehicle that uses a fuel cell to power its electric motor
Wikipedia - Fuencaliente Lighthouse -- Lighthouse on La Palma, Spain
Wikipedia - Fugloykalven Lighthouse -- Lighthouse in Karlsoy, Norway
Wikipedia - Fu-Go balloon bomb -- Japanese fire balloons used to attack the US during WW2.
Wikipedia - Fuhrerbunker -- Subterranean bunker complex used by Adolf Hitler
Wikipedia - Fuhrer -- German word meaning "leader" or "guide", the title used by Adolf Hitler in Nazi Germany
Wikipedia - Fukui Prefectural Museum of Cultural History -- Prefectural museum in Fukui, Japan
Wikipedia - Fuller House (TV series) -- American television series
Wikipedia - Full House (Fairport Convention album) -- Fairport Convention album
Wikipedia - Full House (Philippine TV series) -- Philippine television series
Wikipedia - Full House (The Dooleys album) -- The Dooleys album
Wikipedia - Full House Tonight -- 2017 Philippine television show
Wikipedia - Full House -- American television series
Wikipedia - Full Moon (novel) -- 1947 novel by P.G. Wodehouse
Wikipedia - Fully Loaded: In Your House -- 1998 World Wrestling Federation pay-per-view event
Wikipedia - Fultah Fisher's Boarding House -- 1922 film
Wikipedia - Fulton County Courthouse (Ohio) -- local government building in the United States
Wikipedia - Fulton surface-to-air recovery system -- System used to retrieve persons on the ground using an aircraft
Wikipedia - Functional electrical stimulation -- Technique that uses low-energy electrical pulses
Wikipedia - Function generator -- Electronic test equipment used to generate electrical waveforms--
Wikipedia - Fundacion Biblioteca Rafael Hernandez Colon -- Library and museum that records the political life of three-term governor of Puerto Rico, Rafael Hernandez Colon
Wikipedia - FUNDAEC -- Non-governmental organization that focuses on development in the rural areas of Latin America
Wikipedia - Fundal massage -- Medical procedure used to treat uterine atony
Wikipedia - Funduq al-Najjarin -- Historical building and museum in Fez, Morocco
Wikipedia - Fungal meningitis -- Meningitis caused by a fungal infection
Wikipedia - Fun House (American game show) -- American children's television game show that aired from September 5, 1988, to April 13, 1991
Wikipedia - Fun House (Bob & Tom album) -- album by The Bob & Tom Show
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Wikipedia - Fun Pier -- Amusement park in Wildwood, New Jersey, U.S.
Wikipedia - Fun Spot America Theme Parks -- Amusement park in Orlando, Florida
Wikipedia - Funtime (manufacturer) -- Austria-based amusement ride manufacturer founded in Australia
Wikipedia - Furnace anneal -- Process used to alter the electrical properties of semiconductors
Wikipedia - Furnace Town Living Heritage Museum -- Outdoor museum near Snow Hill, Maryland, United States
Wikipedia - Furnace -- Device used for heating buildings
Wikipedia - Furness Abbey railway station -- Disused railway station in Cumbria, England
Wikipedia - Further Austria -- Historical provinces of the House of Habsburg
Wikipedia - Furuse Station -- Railway station in Shiranuka, Hokkaido, Japan
Wikipedia - Fury in the Slaughterhouse -- German rock band
Wikipedia - Fused deposition modeling
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Wikipedia - Fuse (electrical)
Wikipedia - Fuse (Fuse album) -- debut rock album by Fuse
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Wikipedia - Fuselage
Wikipedia - Fusel alcohol -- Alcoholic fermentation byproduct
Wikipedia - Fuse ODG -- British-Ghanaian recording artist (born 1988)
Wikipedia - Fuseproject -- Industrial design and branding firm
Wikipedia - Fuser (Unix)
Wikipedia - Fuser (video game) -- Video game
Wikipedia - Fuse Station -- Railway station in HigashiM-EM-^Msaka, Osaka Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Futurebus -- 1980s computer bus standard that saw limited use
Wikipedia - Future history -- Postulated history of the future and is used by authors in the subgenre of speculative fiction
Wikipedia - Future house -- House subgenre with metallic sound and frequency-modulated basslines
Wikipedia - Futurepoem Books -- American publishing house
Wikipedia - Fuzz (Junkhouse album) -- album by Junkhouse
Wikipedia - FXML -- XML-based user interface markup language intended for use with JavaFX
Wikipedia - Fyuse -- Spatial photography app for capturing and sharing interactive 3D images
Wikipedia - Gabacho -- Spanish pejorative used in Spain for the French and in Mexico for the Americans
Wikipedia - Gabardine -- Tough, tightly woven fabric used to make suits, trousers and some other garments
Wikipedia - Gabriel Over the White House -- 1933 pre-Code political fantasy film by Gregory La Cava
Wikipedia - Gabriel Rodriguez Aguilo -- Member of the Puerto Rico House of Representatives
Wikipedia - Gab (social network) -- Social media website known for its mainly far-right user base
Wikipedia - Gacaca court -- System of community justice used in Rwanda after the 1994 genocide
Wikipedia - Gadsby (novel) -- Novel by Ernest Vincent Wright that did not use the letter "e"
Wikipedia - GALA Choruses -- International association of LGBT choruses
Wikipedia - Galahad at Blandings -- 1964 novel by P.G. Wodehouse
Wikipedia - Galaktion and Titsian Tabidze House Museum -- Museum in Skvishi, Georgia
Wikipedia - Galata - Museo del mare -- Maritime museum in Genoa, Italy
Wikipedia - Galen Bodenhausen
Wikipedia - Galeria Nacional -- Museum administered by the Institute of Puerto Rican Culture
Wikipedia - Galilean faith -- ancient term used to refer to Christianity
Wikipedia - Galkhauser Bach -- River in Germany
Wikipedia - Gallagher-Kieffer House -- Historic building
Wikipedia - Gallatin County Courthouse (Illinois) -- local government building in the United States
Wikipedia - Galleass -- Military ship commonly used in the 16th and 17th centuries by European and Mediterranean navies
Wikipedia - Gallegos House -- U.S. Historic district contributing property
Wikipedia - Gallery House, London -- London art space
Wikipedia - Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow -- Art museum in Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom
Wikipedia - Gallia County Courthouse -- local government building in the United States
Wikipedia - Galling -- A form of wear caused by adhesion between sliding surfaces
Wikipedia - Galt House -- Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky
Wikipedia - Galway City Museum -- Local museum in Ireland
Wikipedia - Gambling House (film) -- 1951 film by Ted Tetzlaff
Wikipedia - Gambling in Massachusetts -- Types and locations of gambling allowed in Massachusetts, US
Wikipedia - Game controller -- Device used with games or entertainment systems
Wikipedia - GameHouse -- Casual game developer, publisher, digital video game distributor, and portal, based in Seattle, Washington, United States
Wikipedia - Games and Amusements Board -- Agency of the Philippine government
Wikipedia - Gamete -- Cell that fuses during fertilisation, such as a sperm or egg cell
Wikipedia - Gamla Uppsala museum -- Archaeological museum in Gamla Uppsala
Wikipedia - Gammaherpesvirinae -- Subfamily of viruses
Wikipedia - Gamosa -- Woven rectangular textile of Assam, India, used for various purposes
Wikipedia - Gander Bay Causeway -- Causeway across Gander Bay, Newfoundland, Canads
Wikipedia - Gandhi Bhavan, Bengaluru -- Museum in Bangalore, Karnataka, India
Wikipedia - Gangaridai -- Term used by ancient Greco-Roman writers for a people of the Indian subcontinent
Wikipedia - Ganton railway station -- Disused railway station in North Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - GAPA Launch Site and Blockhouse -- Historic NRHP launch site
Wikipedia - Gaper -- Type of figurehead, often used in storefronts of some drug stores in the Netherlands
Wikipedia - Garbage Museum -- Waste management themed museum in Stratford, Connecticut
Wikipedia - Garbology -- Study of modern refuse
Wikipedia - Garden gun -- Type of small bore shotguns commonly used by gardeners and farmers for pest control
Wikipedia - Garden Key Light -- Lighthouse in Florida, United States
Wikipedia - Garden Park -- Multi-use stadium in Kitwe, Zambia
Wikipedia - Gardiners Warehouse -- Building in Bristol, England
Wikipedia - Garret Club -- A historic woman's clubhouse at Buffalo in Erie County, New York
Wikipedia - Gartempe, Creuse -- Commune in Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France
Wikipedia - Gary Busey -- American actor
Wikipedia - Gary Dusenberg -- American politician
Wikipedia - Gary Legenhausen
Wikipedia - Gary Nolan (politician) -- American politician and member of the Vermont State House of Representatives
Wikipedia - Gary Viens -- American politician and member of the Vermont State House of Representatives
Wikipedia - Gary Wheaton -- Member of the New Hampshire House of Representatives
Wikipedia - Gas blending for scuba diving -- Mixing and filling cylinders with breathing gases for use when scuba diving
Wikipedia - Gas duster -- Product used for cleaning or dusting sensitive devices that cannot be cleaned using water
Wikipedia - Gas exchange -- The process by which gases diffuse through a biological membrane
Wikipedia - Gas House Gang (quartet) -- Barbershop quartet
Wikipedia - Gasoline -- Transparent, petroleum-derived liquid that is used primarily as a fuel
Wikipedia - Gas reclaim system -- System to recover used breathing gas and prepare it for re-use
Wikipedia - Gastroenterology -- Branch of medicine focused on the digestive system and its disorders
Wikipedia - Gas van -- Vehicle used for mass murder, especially during the Holocaust
Wikipedia - Gated recurrent unit -- Long short-term memory (LSTM) with a forget gate but not an output gate, used in recurrent nueral networks
Wikipedia - Gatehouse
Wikipedia - Gather Ye Rosebuds While Ye May (Waterhouse painting 1908) -- 1908 painting by John William Waterhouse
Wikipedia - Gather Ye Rosebuds While Ye May (Waterhouse painting 1909) -- 1909 painting by John William Waterhouse
Wikipedia - Gauler Twin Houses -- United States historic place
Wikipedia - Gauntlet (keyboard) -- Wireless glove that can be used as a computer keyboard input device
Wikipedia - GausebeckLevchin test
Wikipedia - Gauss-Seidel method -- Iterative method used to solve a linear system of equations
Wikipedia - Gava Museum and the Gava Mines Archaeological Park -- Archaeological park and museum
Wikipedia - Gawsworth New Hall -- A country house in Gawsworth, Cheshire, England
Wikipedia - Gawthorpe Hall -- Grade I listed Elisabethan country house
Wikipedia - Gay bathhouse
Wikipedia - Gayhurst House -- Country house in Gayhurst, Buckinghamshire, UK
Wikipedia - Gaylord-Pickens Oklahoma Heritage Museum -- Museum in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, US
Wikipedia - Gazzi-Dickinson method -- Point-counting technique used in geology
Wikipedia - Gdansk Port Polnocny Lighthouse -- Lighthouse in Poland
Wikipedia - GDDR SDRAM -- Type of memory used on graphics cards
Wikipedia - Geared continuous hinge -- A type of continuous hinge used mostly on doors in high-traffic entrances
Wikipedia - Geared turbofan -- Turbofan engine with a gearbox used to drive its fan
Wikipedia - Geauga County Courthouse -- local government building in the United States
Wikipedia - Geboltschhusen -- Village in the canton of Thurgau, Switzerland
Wikipedia - Gefitinib -- Drug used in fighting breast, lung, and other cancers
Wikipedia - GEICO Cavemen -- Trademarked advertising characters used by GEICO
Wikipedia - Geiger counter -- Instrument used for measuring ionizing radiation
Wikipedia - Geishouse -- Commune in Grand Est, France
Wikipedia - Gell-Mann matrices -- Set of matrices useful in studying the strong force
Wikipedia - Gelnhausen Codex -- Early-15th-century manuscript
Wikipedia - Gelnhausen
Wikipedia - Gemini space suit -- Pressurized space suit used in the Gemini program
Wikipedia - GeM-JM-=ez script -- script used to write the Ge'ez language
Wikipedia - Gemstone -- Piece of mineral crystal used to make jewelry
Wikipedia - Gender differences in social network service use
Wikipedia - Gender Equality and Family Development Select Committee -- Committee appointed by the Malaysian House of Representatives
Wikipedia - Gender star -- Asterisk used in gender-neutral written German
Wikipedia - Gender -- Indonesian musical instrument used in Gamelan
Wikipedia - Genealogical tables of the House of Medici
Wikipedia - General aviation -- Civil use of aircraft excluding commercial transportation
Wikipedia - General circulation model -- A type of climate model that uses the Navier-Stokes equations on a rotating sphere with thermodynamic terms for various energy sources
Wikipedia - General Electric AN/TPQ-10 Radar Course Directing Central -- Ground based bombing system used by US Marines
Wikipedia - Generali Foundation -- Australian nonprofit museum and organization
Wikipedia - Generalized anxiety disorder -- Long-lasting anxiety not focused on any one object or situation
Wikipedia - Generalized epilepsy -- Epilepsy syndrome that is characterised by generalised seizures with no apparent cause
Wikipedia - Generalized vector space model -- Generalization of the vector space model used in information retrieval
Wikipedia - Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (United States) -- Accounting principles and rules used in the United States
Wikipedia - General Motors streetcar conspiracy -- Alleged conspiracy by GM and others to replace streetcar lines with buses
Wikipedia - General Nathan Cooper Mansion -- historic house in Chester Township, New Jersey
Wikipedia - General paresis of the insane -- Organic mental disorder caused by late-stage syphilis
Wikipedia - General-purpose input/output -- User-controllable digital signal pin on an integrated circuit
Wikipedia - Generic programming -- Way of designing and writing programs where algorithms are written in terms of parametric types enabling easy reuse
Wikipedia - Generic Substation Events -- Communications method used in power grids
Wikipedia - Generic you -- Use of the pronoun you to refer to an unspecified person
Wikipedia - Genetically modified crops -- Plants used in agriculture
Wikipedia - Genetic disorder -- Health problem caused by one or more abnormalities in the genome
Wikipedia - Genetic genealogy -- The use of DNA testing in combination with traditional genealogical methods to infer relationships between individuals and find ancestors
Wikipedia - Genetic resources conservation and sustainable use -- Genetic resources conservation
Wikipedia - Genetic use restriction technology -- Proposed methods for restricting the use of GMOs to only activate in response to a given stimulus.
Wikipedia - Gene Ward -- Republican Minority Leader of the Hawaii House of Representatives
Wikipedia - Genie (feral child) -- Abused and neglected feral child studied by linguists
Wikipedia - Genital herpes -- Infection by herpes simplex viruses of the genitals
Wikipedia - Genital wart -- Sexually transmitted infection caused by certain types of human papillomaviruses
Wikipedia - Genius (2018 Tamil film) -- 2018 Indian Tamil-language drama film directed by Suseenthiran
Wikipedia - Gennosuke Fuse -- Japanese anatomist
Wikipedia - Genomic control -- Statistical method used in genetic association studies
Wikipedia - Genomic convergence -- Multifactor approach used in genetic research
Wikipedia - Genomic imprinting -- Phenomenon that causes genes to be expressed in a parent-of-origin-specific manner
Wikipedia - Genouillac, Creuse -- Commune in Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France
Wikipedia - Genus -- Taxonomic rank used in the biological classification of living and fossil organisms, and viruses
Wikipedia - Geocentric Coordinate Time -- Time standard used in astronomy
Wikipedia - Geocoin -- Coin used in geocaching
Wikipedia - Geoffrey Household -- British novelist
Wikipedia - Geography Markup Language -- Used to describe geographical features
Wikipedia - Geography of Massachusetts -- Overview of the geography of Massachusetts
Wikipedia - Geologist's hammer -- A hammer used for splitting and breaking rocks