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1:In the past, censorship worked by blocking the flow of information. In the twenty-first century, censorship works by flooding people with irrelevant information. People just don't know what to pay attention to, and they often spend their time investigating and debating side issues. In ancient times having power meant having access to data. Today having power means knowing what to ignore. ~ Yuval Noah Harari, Homo Deus,

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1:Biology enables, Culture forbids. ~ Yuval Noah Harari
2:Consistency is the playground of dull minds. ~ Yuval Noah Harari
3:We did not domesticate wheat. It domesticated us. ~ Yuval Noah Harari
4:Money is the most universal and most efficient system of mutual trust ever devised. ~ Yuval Noah Harari
5:Questions you cannot answer are usually far better for you than answers you cannot question. ~ Yuval Noah Harari
6:The most common reaction of the human mind to achievement is not satisfaction, but craving for more. ~ Yuval Noah Harari
7:Is there anything more dangerous than dissatisfied and irresponsible gods who don’t know what they want? ~ Yuval Noah Harari
8:One of history’s few iron laws is that luxuries tend to become necessities and to spawn new obligations. ~ Yuval Noah Harari
9:This is the essence of the Agricultural Revolution: the ability to keep more people alive under worse conditions. ~ Yuval Noah Harari
10:You could never convince a monkey to give you a banana by promising him limitless bananas after death in monkey heaven. ~ Yuval Noah Harari
11:History is something that very few people have been doing while everyone else was ploughing fields and carrying water buckets. ~ Yuval Noah Harari
12:Each year the US population spends more money on diets than the amount needed to feed all the hungry people in the rest of the world. ~ Yuval Noah Harari
13:How do you cause people to believe in an imagined order such as Christianity, democracy or capitalism? First, you never admit that the order is imagined. ~ Yuval Noah Harari
14:happiness does not really depend on objective conditions of either wealth, health or even community. Rather, it depends on the correlation between objective conditions and subjective expectations. ~ Yuval Noah Harari
15:Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor E. Frankl The Rational Optimist by Matt Ridley The Better Angels of Our Nature by Steven Pinker Sapiens by Yuval Noah Harari Poor Charlie’s Almanack by Charlie Munger ~ Timothy Ferriss
16:We do not become satisfied by leading a peaceful and prosperous existence. Rather, we become satisfied when reality matches our expectations. The bad news is that as conditions improve, expectations balloon. ~ Yuval Noah Harari
17:We study history not to know the future but to widen our horizons, to understand that our present situation is neither natural nor inevitable, and that we consequently have many more possibilities before us than we imagine. ~ Yuval Noah Harari
18:As Yuval Noah Harari puts it in his book Homo Deus:4 “If any scientist wants to argue that subjective experiences are irrelevant, their challenge is to explain why torture or rape are wrong without reference to any subjective experience. ~ Max Tegmark
19:This is the best reason to learn history: not in order to predict the future, but to free yourself of the past and imagine alternative destinies. Of course this is not total freedom – we cannot avoid being shaped by the past. But some freedom is better than none. ~ Yuval Noah Harari
20:Tao Te Ching by Lao Tzu (5 mentions) Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand (4) Sapiens by Yuval Noah Harari (4) Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse (4) The 4-Hour Workweek by Tim Ferriss (4) The Checklist Manifesto by Atul Gawande (4) Dune by Frank Herbert (3) Influence by Robert Cialdini (3) ~ Timothy Ferriss
21:Large numbers of strangers can cooperate successfully by believing in common myths. Any large-scale human cooperation – whether a modern state, a medieval church, an ancient city or an archaic tribe – is rooted in common myths that exist only in people’s collective imagination. ~ Yuval Noah Harari
22:In 2012 about 56 million people died throughout the world; 620,000 of them died due to human violence (war killed 120,000 people, and crime killed another 500,000). In contrast, 800,000 committed suicide, and 1.5 million died of diabetes. Sugar is now more dangerous than gunpowder. ~ Yuval Noah Harari
23:Nothing captures the biological argument better than the famous New Age slogan: ‘Happiness begins within.’ Money, social status, plastic surgery, beautiful houses, powerful positions – none of these will bring you happiness. Lasting happiness comes only from serotonin, dopamine and oxytocin. ~ Yuval Noah Harari
24:Culture tends to argue that it forbids only that which is unnatural. But from a biological perspective, nothing is unnatural. Whatever is possible is by definition also natural. A truly unnatural behaviour, one that goes against the laws of nature, simply cannot exist, so it would need no prohibition. ~ Yuval Noah Harari
25:So, monotheism explains order, but is mystified by evil. Dualism explains evil, but is puzzled by order. There is one logical way of solving the riddle: to argue that there is a single omnipotent God who created the entire universe – and He’s evil. But nobody in history has had the stomach for such a belief. ~ Yuval Noah Harari
26:The romantic contrast between modern industry that “destroys nature” and our ancestors who “lived in harmony with nature” is groundless. Long before the Industrial Revolution, Homo sapiens held the record among all organisms for driving the most plant and animal species to their extinctions. We have the dubious distinction of being the deadliest species in the annals of life. ~ Yuval Noah Harari
27:Voltaire said about God that ‘there is no God, but don’t tell that to my servant, lest he murder me at night’. Hammurabi would have said the same about his principle of hierarchy, and Thomas Jefferson about human rights. Homo sapiens has no natural rights, just as spiders, hyenas and chimpanzees have no natural rights. But don’t tell that to our servants, lest they murder us at night. ~ Yuval Noah Harari
28:In the past, censorship worked by blocking the flow of information. In the twenty-first century, censorship works by flooding people with irrelevant information. People just don't know what to pay attention to, and they often spend their time investigating and debating side issues. In ancient times having power meant having access to data. Today having power means knowing what to ignore. ~ Yuval Noah Harari, Homo Deus,
29:Ever since the Cognitive Revolution, Sapiens have thus been living in a dual reality. On the one hand, the objective reality of rivers, trees and lions; and on the other hand, the imagined reality of gods, nations and corporations. As time went by, the imagined reality became ever more powerful, so that today the very survival of rivers, trees and lions depends on the grace of imagined entities such as the United States and Google. ~ Yuval Noah Harari
30:Transhumanism is a contemporary version of a modern project of human self-deification. One of the few to recognize this is the Israeli historian of science Yuval Noah Harari. In Sapiens: a brief history of humankind, first published in Hebrew in 2011, and Homo Deus: a brief history of tomorrow (2016), Harari suggests that the expanding powers that humankind is acquiring through the advance of science could end up bringing about human extinction ~ John N Gray
31:As far as we can tell from a purely scientific viewpoint, human life has absolutely no meaning. Humans are the outcome of blind evolutionary processes that operate without goal or purpose. Our actions are not part of some divine cosmic plan, and if planet earth were to blow up tomorrow morning, the universe would probably keep going about its business as usual. As far as we can tell at this point, human subjectivity would not be missed. Hence any meaning that people inscribe to their lives is just a delusion. ~ Yuval Noah Harari
32:How many young college graduates have taken demanding jobs in high-powered firms, vowing that they will work hard to earn money that will enable them to retire and pursue their real interests when they are thirty-five? But by the time they reach that age, they have large mortgages, children to school, houses in the suburbs that necessitate at least two cars per family, and a sense that life is not worth living without really good wine and expensive holidays abroad. What are they supposed to do, go back to digging up roots? No, they double their efforts and keep slaving away. ~ Yuval Noah Harari
33:How many young college graduates have taken demanding jobs in high-powered firms, vowing that they will work hard to earn money that will enable them to retire and pursue their real interests when they are thirty-five? But by the time they reach that age, they have large mortgages, children to school, houses in the suburbs that necessitate at least two cars per family, and a sense that life is not worth living without really good wine and expensive holidays abroad. What are they supposed to do, go back to digging up roots? No, they double their efforts and keep slaving away.’ —Yuval Noah Harari, Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind (2011) ~ Matt Haig
34:How can we distinguish what is biologically determined from what people merely try to justify through biological myths? A good rule of thumb is ‘Biology enables, Culture forbids.’ Biology is willing to tolerate a very wide spectrum of possibilities. It’s culture that obliges people to realize some possibilities while forbidding others. Biology enables women to have children – some cultures oblige women to realize this possibility. Biology enables men to enjoy sex with one another – some cultures forbid them to realize this possibility. Culture tends to argue that it forbids only that which is unnatural. But from a biological perspective, nothing is unnatural. Whatever is possible is by definition also natural. A truly unnatural behavior, one that goes against the laws of nature, simply cannot exist. ~ Yuval Noah Harari
35:The capitalist and consumerist ethics are two sides of the same coin, a merger of two commandments. The supreme commandment of the rich is ‘Invest!’ The supreme commandment of the rest of us is ‘Buy!’ The capitalist–consumerist ethic is revolutionary in another respect. Most previous ethical systems presented people with a pretty tough deal. They were promised paradise, but only if they cultivated compassion and tolerance, overcame craving and anger, and restrained their selfish interests. This was too tough for most. The history of ethics is a sad tale of wonderful ideals that nobody can live up to. Most Christians did not imitate Christ, most Buddhists failed to follow Buddha, and most Confucians would have caused Confucius a temper tantrum. In contrast, most people today successfully live up to the capitalist–consumerist ideal. The new ethic promises paradise on condition that the rich remain greedy and spend their time making more money and that the masses give free reign to their cravings and passions and buy more and more. This is the first religion in history whose followers actually do what they are asked to do. How though do we know that we'll really get paradise in return? We've seen it on television. ~ Yuval Noah Harari
36:According to Buddhism, the root of suffering is neither the feeling of pain nor of sadness nor even of meaninglessness. Rather, the real root of suffering is this never-ending and pointless pursuit of ephemeral feelings, which causes us to be in a constant state of tension, restlessness and dissatisfaction. Due to this pursuit, the mind is never satisfied. Even when experiencing pleasure, it is not content, because it fears this feeling might soon disappear, and craves that this feeling should stay and intensify. People are liberated from suffering not when they experience this or that fleeting pleasure, but rather when they understand the impermanent nature of all their feelings, and stop craving them. This is the aim of Buddhist meditation practices. In meditation, you are supposed to closely observe your mind and body, witness the ceaseless arising and passing of all your feelings, and realise how pointless it is to pursue them. When the pursuit stops, the mind becomes very relaxed, clear and satisfied. All kinds of feelings go on arising and passing – joy, anger, boredom, lust – but once you stop craving particular feelings, you can just accept them for what they are. You live in the present moment instead of fantasising about what might have been. The resulting serenity is so profound that those who spend their lives in the frenzied pursuit of pleasant feelings can hardly imagine it. It is like a man standing for decades on the seashore, embracing certain ‘good’ waves and trying to prevent them from disintegrating, while simultaneously pushing back ‘bad’ waves to prevent them from getting near him. Day in, day out, the man stands on the beach, driving himself crazy with this fruitless exercise. Eventually, he sits down on the sand and just allows the waves to come and go as they please. How peaceful! ~ Yuval Noah Harari



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Wikipedia - Biogenetic Structuralism
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Wikipedia - Boolean algebra -- Algebra involving variables containing only "true" and "false" (or 1 and 0) as values
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Wikipedia - Bounding volume hierarchy -- Graphics structure
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Wikipedia - Box score -- Structured summary of the results from a sport competition
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Wikipedia - Brain damage -- Destruction or degeneration of brain cells
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Wikipedia - Bremer wall -- Type of barrier used to protect structures against damage from explosions
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Wikipedia - Bridge Constructor Portal -- 2018 engineering simulation puzzle video game
Wikipedia - Bridge House Estates -- UK charitable trust in London
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Wikipedia - Bridge -- structure built to span physical obstacles
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Wikipedia - British Columbia Social Constructive Party -- Defunct political party in British Columbia
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Wikipedia - Broadcast license -- License granting permission to use radio frequency spectrum for broadcasting use
Wikipedia - Broadcast signal intrusion -- Type of intentional interference with wireless signals
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Wikipedia - B-tree -- A self-balancing, tree-based data structure, that allows read/write access in logarithmic time
Wikipedia - B*-tree -- A self-balancing, tree-based data structure, that allows read/write access in logarithmic time
Wikipedia - Buchla Electronic Musical Instruments
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Wikipedia - Buckling -- Sudden change in shape of a structural component under load
Wikipedia - Bud Brisbois -- American trumpeter {1937-1978)
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Wikipedia - Buggin -- 2000 single by True Steppers
Wikipedia - Bugle -- Brass musical instrument
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Wikipedia - Building insulation -- Methods of minimizing heat transfer in constructions
Wikipedia - Building material -- Material which is used for construction purposes
Wikipedia - Building -- Structure, typically with a roof and walls, standing more or less permanently in one place
Wikipedia - Bulkhead (barrier) -- Anti-flooding structure
Wikipedia - Bungee jumping -- Activity that involves jumping from a tall structure while connected to a large elastic cord
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Wikipedia - C8H17NO3 -- list of chemical structure articles associated with the same molecular formula
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Wikipedia - Central Committee of the South African Communist Party -- Decision making-structure of the South African Communist Party
Wikipedia - Central Energy Trust Arena -- Stadium in New Zealand
Wikipedia - Central of Georgia Railway -- Railroad constructed to join Macon, Georgia, and Savannah, Georgia
Wikipedia - Central Park Tower -- Under-construction skyscraper in Manhattan, New York
Wikipedia - Central Susquehanna Valley Thruway -- Highway under construction in Pennsylvania
Wikipedia - Centre-right politics -- politics that lean to the right of the spectrum, but closer to center than others
Wikipedia - Centro EspaM-CM-1ol de Ponce -- Historic structure located in Ponce, Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Centrum Arena (Prestwick) -- Former ice hockey arena in South Ayrshire, Scotland, UK
Wikipedia - Centrum (multivitamin) -- A brand of multivitamins
Wikipedia - Centrum Wiskunde > Informatica
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Wikipedia - Centruroides tecomanus -- Species of scorpion
Wikipedia - Centruropsis dorcadionoides -- Genus of beetles
Wikipedia - Cepstrum
Wikipedia - Cerata -- Anatomical structures found in nudibranch sea slugs
Wikipedia - Cerebellar peduncle -- Structure connecting the cerebellum to the brainstem
Wikipedia - Cerebellar vermis -- Structure connecting the two cerebellar hemispheres
Wikipedia - Cerebellum -- Structure at the rear of the vertebrate brain, beneath the cerebrum
Wikipedia - Certificate Transparency -- Internet security standard for auditing digital certificates by creating public logs recording certificates issued by publicly trusted certificate authorities
Wikipedia - Cestrum aurantiacum -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Cestrum tomentosum -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Ceterone -- Italian musical instrument
Wikipedia - Chad Trujillo -- American astronomer
Wikipedia - Chain of trust
Wikipedia - Chalaza -- Structure inside an egg that suspends the yolk
Wikipedia - Chalumeau -- Woodwind instrument; predecessor of modern clarinet
Wikipedia - Chambered cairn -- Burial monument, usually constructed during the Neolithic, consisting of a sizeable (usually stone) chamber around and over which a cairn of stones was constructed
Wikipedia - Chamberlin -- Keyboard instrument
Wikipedia - Chamber music -- Form of classical music composed for a small group of instruments
Wikipedia - Chamber tumulus -- Megalithic structure
Wikipedia - Chapman Stick -- Stringed instrument of the guitar family
Wikipedia - Character structure
Wikipedia - Charging station -- Infrastructure that supplies electricity for the recharging of electric vehicles
Wikipedia - Charitable gift annuity -- Charitable investment instrument
Wikipedia - Charitable trusts in English law -- Express trusts dedicated to charitable goals in English law
Wikipedia - Charles B. Thomsen -- American architect and construction manager
Wikipedia - Charles Burt Sumner -- Founding trustee of Pomona College
Wikipedia - Charles Clagget -- Irish composer and instrument maker
Wikipedia - Charles Edward Stephens -- English composer and instrumentalist
Wikipedia - Charles Hedley Strutt -- British politician
Wikipedia - Charles Wright (musician) -- American singer, instrumentalist and song writer
Wikipedia - Charlie Allen (trumpeter) -- American jazz trumpeter
Wikipedia - Charlie Daniels -- American singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist
Wikipedia - Charlie Watkins (audio engineer) -- British audio engineer and musical instrument maker
Wikipedia - Charlotte Deane -- Professor of Structural Bioinformatics
Wikipedia - Charter Spectrum -- Brand of Charter Communications used to market communications services
Wikipedia - Charun -- Etruscan mythological figure
Wikipedia - Chase (instrumental) -- 1978 electronic instrumental by Giorgio Moroder
Wikipedia - Chassis -- Load-bearing framework of an artificial object, which structurally supports the object in its construction and function
Wikipedia - Cheap Truth
Wikipedia - Che Chen -- American composer and multi-instrumentalist
Wikipedia - Chemical structure -- An organized way in which molecules are ordered and sorted
Wikipedia - Chernobyl New Safe Confinement -- Containment structure for the nuclear reactor at Chernobyl, Ukraine
Wikipedia - Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant sarcophagus -- Structure enclosing the ruins of the nuclear reactor following the 1986 disaster
Wikipedia - Cherry Street Strauss Trunnion Bascule Bridge -- Bascule bridge in Toronto, Canada
Wikipedia - Cheshire Wildlife Trust -- Wildlife conservation charity
Wikipedia - Chet Baker -- American jazz trumpeter, flugelhornist and singer
Wikipedia - Chevalley's structure theorem -- Theorem in algebraic geometry.
Wikipedia - Chevrolet C/K (fourth generation) -- American truck series
Wikipedia - Chevrolet C/K (third generation) -- American truck series
Wikipedia - Chgyam Trungpa Rinpoche
Wikipedia - Chgyam Trungpa
Wikipedia - Chiasmus -- Reversal of grammatical structures in successive phrases
Wikipedia - Chiastic structure -- Literary technique
Wikipedia - Chiba (instrument) -- Chinese woodwind instrument
Wikipedia - Chief Armourer of the Kingdom of Portugal -- Those trusted with a monarch's armour
Wikipedia - Chihuahua monster truck accident -- Fatal monster truck crash into spectators
Wikipedia - Childhood Autism Spectrum Test
Wikipedia - Chimera of Arezzo -- Ancient Etruscan artwork
Wikipedia - China and weapons of mass destruction -- Overview of the People's Republic of China and their weapons of mass destruction
Wikipedia - China Communications Construction Company -- Chinese construction company
Wikipedia - China Machinery Engineering Corporation -- Construction and engineering company
Wikipedia - China State Construction Engineering -- Largest construction company in the world by revenue
Wikipedia - Chinese social structure
Wikipedia - Chi Psi Fraternity House (Eugene, Oregon) -- 1935 Tudor style structure in Eugene, Oregon, United States
Wikipedia - Chloris truncata -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - ChM-EM-+M-EM-^M Shinkansen -- Maglev high-speed train line under construction in Japan
Wikipedia - CHN analyzer -- Scientific instrument used to measure carbon
Wikipedia - Chocolate truffle -- Type of chocolate confectionery
Wikipedia - Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche
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Wikipedia - Choking -- Mechanical obstruction of the flow of air from the environment into the lungs
Wikipedia - Choosing Truman: The Democratic Convention of 1944 -- 1994 book by historian Robert Hugh Ferrell
Wikipedia - Choseng Trungpa
Wikipedia - Chotrul Duchen
Wikipedia - Chris Anderson (trumpeter) -- American trumpeter
Wikipedia - Chris Batchelor -- British jazz trumpeter and composer
Wikipedia - Chris Botti -- American trumpeter and composer
Wikipedia - Chris Cook (racing driver) -- American race car driver and driving instructor
Wikipedia - Chris DeStefano -- American singer/songwriter, record producer and multi instrumentalist
Wikipedia - Chris Krebs -- Cybersecurity and infrastructure security expert
Wikipedia - Chris Lambert (musician) -- American singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist
Wikipedia - Chris Marchant -- Co-founder of string quartet Well-Strung
Wikipedia - Christian African Relief Trust -- Humanitarian agency
Wikipedia - Christian denomination -- Identifiable Christian body with common name, structure, and doctrine
Wikipedia - Christian Ingerslev Baastrup -- Danish physician
Wikipedia - Christian reconstructionism
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Wikipedia - Christina Bertrup -- Swedish curler and Olympic medalist
Wikipedia - Christmas truce
Wikipedia - Chromosome abnormality -- Abnormal number or structure of chromosomes
Wikipedia - Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease -- Lung disease involving long-term poor airflow
Wikipedia - Chrystelle Trump Bond -- American dancer and historian
Wikipedia - Churches Conservation Trust
Wikipedia - Church of the Truth
Wikipedia - Cindy Struckman-Johnson -- American psychologist
Wikipedia - Cintra -- Spanish transport infrastructure company
Wikipedia - CINU-FM -- Christian radio station in Truro, Nova Scotia
Wikipedia - Cinzia Petrucci -- Italian shot putter
Wikipedia - Circle dance -- Style of dance done in a circle with rhythm instruments and singing
Wikipedia - Circuit breaker analyzer -- Instrument that measures the parameters of a circuit breaker
Wikipedia - Circular breathing -- Technique used by players of some wind instruments to produce a continuous tone without interruption
Wikipedia - Cirrus (biology) -- Long, thin structures in both vertebrate and invertebrate animals
Wikipedia - Cissy Strut -- 1969 single by The Meters
Wikipedia - Citron -- Species of citrus plant
Wikipedia - Citrullination -- Biological process
Wikipedia - Citrumelo -- Taxon
Wikipedia - Citrus australasica -- Citrus fruit
Wikipedia - Citrus black spot -- Fungal disease that affects citrus fruit
Wikipedia - Citrus County, Florida -- County in Florida, United States
Wikipedia - Citrus County School District -- School in Citrus County, Florida, United States
Wikipedia - Citrus exocortis -- Disease of citrus plants
Wikipedia - Citrus glauca -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Citrus Hills, Florida -- Census-designated place in Florida, US
Wikipedia - Citrus M-CM-^W sinensis -- Cultivated trees bearing sweet oranges
Wikipedia - Citrus production
Wikipedia - Citrus Project
Wikipedia - Citrus Springs, Florida -- Census-designated place in Florida, US
Wikipedia - Citrus Stadium -- Stadium
Wikipedia - Citrus taxonomy -- Botanical classification of the genus Citrus
Wikipedia - Citrus -- Genus of flowering plants in the rue family, Rutaceae
Wikipedia - City Line (Spokane, Washington) -- Under-construction bus rapid transit line in Spokane, Washington, United States
Wikipedia - Ciudad Deportiva Millito Navarro -- Multi-sport complex currently under construction in Ponce, Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Civic Tower (Castel Goffredo) -- Historic structure
Wikipedia - Civic Trust Awards -- British architectural and community award
Wikipedia - Civil engineering -- Engineering discipline focused on physical infrastructure
Wikipedia - Civil engineer -- Engineering of infrastructure
Wikipedia - CKTO-FM -- Radio station in Truro, Nova Scotia
Wikipedia - CKTY-FM -- Radio station in Truro, Nova Scotia
Wikipedia - Cladding (construction)
Wikipedia - Clarinet -- type of woodwind instrument
Wikipedia - Clark Construction -- American construction company
Wikipedia - Classical guitar strings -- Part of a musical instrument
Wikipedia - Classification of Instructional Programs
Wikipedia - Class struggle
Wikipedia - Claustrum
Wikipedia - Claves -- Musical instrument
Wikipedia - Clavichord -- Musical instrument
Wikipedia - Clavicle -- Plain bone of short length that serves as a strut between the scapula and the sternum
Wikipedia - Clavinet -- Electric keyboard musical instrument
Wikipedia - Clay chemistry -- The chemical structures, properties and reactions of clay minerals
Wikipedia - Clayton Antitrust Act
Wikipedia - Clementine -- Hybrid citrus fruit
Wikipedia - Client-server model -- Distributed application structure in computing
Wikipedia - Clifford Truesdell -- American mathematician
Wikipedia - Cliffs of Dover (composition) -- Instrumental composition by guitarist Eric Johnson
Wikipedia - Climbing wall -- Artificially constructed wall with grips for hands
Wikipedia - Clock cycles per instruction
Wikipedia - Closer to the Truth
Wikipedia - Closer to Truth
Wikipedia - Cloth menstrual pad -- Cloth pads to prevent menstrual fluid from leaking onto clothes
Wikipedia - Cloud Infrastructure Management Interface
Wikipedia - Clubbed to Death (instrumental) -- Single by Rob Dougan
Wikipedia - Clubs Are Trump -- 1917 film
Wikipedia - CMC Veryca -- Taiwanese truck
Wikipedia - CMOS -- Technology for constructing integrated circuits
Wikipedia - CNN v. Trump -- Lawsuit filed on November 13, 2018 in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia
Wikipedia - Coach (sport) -- Person involved in directing, instructing and training sportspeople
Wikipedia - Coastal Zone at Portrush -- Visitor centre, County Antrim, Northern Ireland
Wikipedia - Code refactoring -- Restructuring existing computer code without changing its external behavior
Wikipedia - Coetus Internationalis Patrum
Wikipedia - Cofiroute USA -- Concession and construction group
Wikipedia - Cognitive Abilities Screening Instrument -- Cognitive test screening for dementia
Wikipedia - Cognitive restructuring
Wikipedia - Cogswell Interchange -- Highway structure in Halifax, Nova Scotia
Wikipedia - Coherence theory of truth
Wikipedia - Coherent ring -- Algebraic structure
Wikipedia - Coja Petrus Uscan -- Armenian merchant
Wikipedia - Colchester Racing Developments -- British racing car constructor
Wikipedia - Cold Justice -- True crime television series
Wikipedia - Cole Block Building -- Historic structure in San Diego, California
Wikipedia - Coleophora etrusca -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora struella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora strutiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Collagen -- Structural protein
Wikipedia - Collateralized loan obligation -- Financial instrument based on business loans.
Wikipedia - Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments
Wikipedia - Colletotrichum destructivum -- Fungal plant pathogen
Wikipedia - Collophore -- Body structure of springtails
Wikipedia - Collostructional analysis
Wikipedia - Coloboma -- Hole in one of the structures of the eye
Wikipedia - Colobopsis truncata -- Species of ant
Wikipedia - Colobostruma -- Genus of ants
Wikipedia - Colors of noise -- Power spectrum of a noise signal (a signal produced by a stochastic process)
Wikipedia - Colostrum -- Form of milk produced after giving birth
Wikipedia - Column -- Structural element that transmits weight from above to below
Wikipedia - Combined Array for Research in Millimeter-wave Astronomy -- Astronomical instrument
Wikipedia - Comitas exstructa -- Species of mollusc
Wikipedia - Command and control structure of the European Union -- One of several HQs for EU military or civilian missions
Wikipedia - Command structure
Wikipedia - Commercial Bank of Ethiopia Headquarters -- Skyscraper under construction in Addis Ababa
Wikipedia - Commission of Inquiry in Algeria -- Truth commission in 2003 to investigate disappearances during the Algerian Civil War
Wikipedia - Common contractual fund -- Irish tax free structure
Wikipedia - Common Ground (memoir) -- Memoir by Justin Trudeau
Wikipedia - Common Language Infrastructure
Wikipedia - Communications infrastructure
Wikipedia - Community boards of New York City -- Structures in New York City's government
Wikipedia - Community structure
Wikipedia - Commutative ring -- Algebraic structure
Wikipedia - Comparative -- Syntactic construction that serves to express a comparison
Wikipedia - Comparison of instruction set architectures
Wikipedia - Comparison of programming languages (basic instructions)
Wikipedia - Comparison of Texas Instruments graphing calculators
Wikipedia - Compass and straightedge constructions
Wikipedia - Compass -- Instrument used for navigation and orientation
Wikipedia - Competency dictionary -- A tool or data structure that includes all or most of the general competencies needed to cover all job families and competencies that are core or common to all jobs within an organization
Wikipedia - Compiler construction
Wikipedia - Complex Instruction Set Computer
Wikipedia - Complex instruction set computer -- a processor executing one instruction in multiple clock cycles
Wikipedia - Complex instruction set computing
Wikipedia - Composable disaggregated infrastructure -- data centers gain benefits of cloud computing with on-premises equipment
Wikipedia - Composite overwrapped pressure vessel -- A vessel consisting of a thin, non-structural liner wrapped with a structural fiber composite, designed to hold a fluid under pressure
Wikipedia - Composite structure diagram
Wikipedia - Comprehensive sex education -- Sex education instruction method
Wikipedia - Compressed data structures
Wikipedia - Compressed data structure
Wikipedia - Compressibility equation -- Equation which relates the isothermal compressibility to the structure of the liquid
Wikipedia - Compressive stress -- Structural failure in long, slender structural elements such as columns or truss bars
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 Infrastructure for Geodynamics -- Organization that advances Earth science
Wikipedia - Computational semantics -- The study of how to automate the process of constructing and reasoning with meaning representations of natural language
Wikipedia - Computer-aided design -- Constructing a product by means of computer
Wikipedia - Computer program -- Instructions to be executed by a computer
Wikipedia - COM Structured Storage -- Computer technology developed by Microsoft
Wikipedia - Comsys -- Japanese telecommunications construction and engineering company
Wikipedia - Com Truise -- American electronic musician
Wikipedia - Concertina -- Free-reed musical instrument
Wikipedia - Conch (instrument) -- Musical instrument made from a seashell (conch)
Wikipedia - Concise Encyclopedia of Supersymmetry and Noncommutative Structures in Mathematics and Physics -- Mathematics and physics encyclopedia
Wikipedia - Concrete masonry unit -- Rectangular block used in construction
Wikipedia - Concrete shell -- Structure composed of a relatively thin shell of concrete
Wikipedia - Concrete -- Composite construction material
Wikipedia - Concurrent data structure
Wikipedia - Conductorless orchestra -- Instrumental ensemble that functions as an orchestra but is not led or directed by a conductor
Wikipedia - Conexion Caribe -- 1984 film directed by Orestes Trucco
Wikipedia - Confessions of a Driving Instructor -- 1976 film by Norman Cohen
Wikipedia - Congenital heart defect -- Defect in the structure of the heart that is present at birth
Wikipedia - Congress of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands -- Legislative body
Wikipedia - Conical drum -- Class of musical instruments
Wikipedia - Connaught Engineering -- Formula One and sports car constructor from the United Kingdom
Wikipedia - Connew -- British racing car constructor
Wikipedia - Consecration and entrustment to Mary
Wikipedia - Consensus theory of truth
Wikipedia - Conservation Trust of Puerto Rico -- Non-profit organization protecting natural areas
Wikipedia - Consideration and initiating structure
Wikipedia - Consigliere -- Position within the leadership structure of the Mafia
Wikipedia - Constant Gardener Trust -- Kenyan charity
Wikipedia - Constantin Dumitru -- Romanian athlete
Wikipedia - Constant structure -- Music composition and performance technique
Wikipedia - Constitutional amendment -- Modification to some constitutional instrument
Wikipedia - Constructed culture
Wikipedia - Constructed languages
Wikipedia - Constructed language -- Consciously devised language
Wikipedia - Constructed script -- New writing system specifically created by an individual or group, rather than having evolved as part of a language or culture like a natural script
Wikipedia - Constructed wetland -- An artificial wetland to treat municipal or industrial wastewater, greywater or stormwater runoff
Wikipedia - Construct (game engine)
Wikipedia - Constructible number -- Real number constructible via compass and straightedge
Wikipedia - Constructible polygon -- Regular polygon that can be constructed with compass and straightedge
Wikipedia - Constructible universe
Wikipedia - Constructing Post-Colonial India -- Book by Sanjay Srivastava
Wikipedia - Construction 3D printing
Wikipedia - Construction aggregate -- Coarse to fine grain rock materials used in concrete
Wikipedia - Construction and Analysis of Distributed Processes
Wikipedia - Construction and management simulation game
Wikipedia - Construction and management simulation
Wikipedia - Construction and renovation fires -- Type of fire
Wikipedia - Construction bidding
Wikipedia - Construction (Cage)
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Wikipedia - Construction delay
Wikipedia - Construction engineering
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Wikipedia - Construction foreman
Wikipedia - Construction Grammar
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Wikipedia - Construction History Society
Wikipedia - Construction industry of India
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Wikipedia - Construction industry of the United Kingdom
Wikipedia - Construction industry
Wikipedia - Constructionism (learning theory) -- learning theory involving the construction of mental models
Wikipedia - Constructionist learning
Wikipedia - Construction law
Wikipedia - Construction loan
Wikipedia - Construction Management Association of America
Wikipedia - Construction management
Wikipedia - Construction of electronic cigarettes
Wikipedia - Construction of Rockefeller Center -- Construction project in New York City (1931-1974)
Wikipedia - Construction of the real numbers -- Axiomatic definitions of the real numbers
Wikipedia - Construction of the World Trade Center -- Construction project in New York City (1968-1987)
Wikipedia - Construction site safety -- Risk management at the workplace
Wikipedia - Construction site -- Place at which a building or infrastructure is constructed
Wikipedia - Construction Specifications Institute
Wikipedia - Construction waste
Wikipedia - Construction -- Process of the building or assembling of a building or infrastructure
Wikipedia - Construction workers
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Wikipedia - Constructive proof
Wikipedia - Constructive realism
Wikipedia - Constructive research
Wikipedia - Constructive set theory
Wikipedia - Constructivism (art) -- Artistic and architectural philosophy originating in Russia
Wikipedia - Constructivism in Practical Philosophy -- 2012 book edited by James Lenman and Yonatan Shemmer
Wikipedia - Constructivism in science education -- Overview of constructivism in science education
Wikipedia - Constructivism (international relations)
Wikipedia - Constructivism (learning theory)
Wikipedia - Constructivism (mathematics)
Wikipedia - Constructivism (math)
Wikipedia - Constructivism (philosophy of education) -- Philosophical viewpoint about the nature of knowledge; theory of knowledge
Wikipedia - Constructivism (philosophy of mathematics)
Wikipedia - Constructivism (philosophy of science)
Wikipedia - Constructivism (psychological school)
Wikipedia - Constructivist architecture -- Form of modern architecture that flourished in the Soviet Union in the 1920s and early 1930s
Wikipedia - Constructivist epistemology
Wikipedia - Constructivist Foundations -- Academic journal
Wikipedia - Constructivist teaching methods -- Overview of constructivist teaching methods
Wikipedia - Constructivist theory
Wikipedia - Constructivity Model Viewer -- Software for viewing Building Information Models
Wikipedia - Constructor (computer science)
Wikipedia - Constructor (object-oriented programming)
Wikipedia - Constructor (software) -- CAD software used in construction
Wikipedia - Constructor theory
Wikipedia - Construct (philosophy of science)
Wikipedia - Construct (philosophy)
Wikipedia - Construct (psychology)
Wikipedia - Construct Validity
Wikipedia - Construct validity
Wikipedia - Construx -- Plastic building toy brand
Wikipedia - Consuta -- Form of construction of watertight hulls
Wikipedia - Cons -- Function and primitive data structure in Lisp and other functional programming languages
Wikipedia - Contained earth -- Earthbag construction material and method
Wikipedia - Container (abstract data type) -- Software class, data structure, or abstract data type (ADT) whose instances are collections of other objects
Wikipedia - Container (data structure)
Wikipedia - Contemporary architecture -- Broad range of styles of recently built structures
Wikipedia - Contempt of Congress -- Act of obstructing the work of the United States Congress or one of its committees
Wikipedia - Content Disarm > Reconstruction
Wikipedia - Contingency (philosophy) -- Status of propositions that are neither always true nor always false
Wikipedia - Contrast agent -- Substance used in medical imaging to enhance the contrast of structures or fluids within the body
Wikipedia - Control structures
Wikipedia - Control structure
Wikipedia - Conus spectrum -- Species of sea snail
Wikipedia - Convergent evolution -- Independent evolution of similar features in species of different lineages which creates analogous structures
Wikipedia - Conway circle theorem -- Geometrical construction based on extending the sides of a triangle
Wikipedia - Conway's law -- Adage stating that organizations design systems that mirror their own communication structure
Wikipedia - Cookie (video game) -- ZX Spectrum video game
Wikipedia - Coordinating Minister for Infrastructure (Singapore) -- Former Senior Cabinet position in the Government of Singapore
Wikipedia - Coracoid process -- A small hook-like structure on the lateral edge of the superior anterior portion of the scapula
Wikipedia - Cor anglais -- Woodwind musical instrument
Wikipedia - Core Infrastructure Initiative
Wikipedia - Cornea -- Structure of the eye
Wikipedia - Cornet -- Musical instrument
Wikipedia - Cornstalk fiddle -- Rudimentary folk instrument fashioned from a cornstalk
Wikipedia - Cornwall Terrace -- Grade I listed architectural structure in London
Wikipedia - Cornwall Wildlife Trust -- Wildlife conservation charity
Wikipedia - Coronal loop -- Structure in the lower corona and transition region of the Sun
Wikipedia - Coronary artery bypass surgery -- Surgical procedure to restore normal blood flow to an obstructed coronary artery
Wikipedia - Corporate headquarters -- Part of a corporate structure that deals with important tasks
Wikipedia - Corporate structure
Wikipedia - Corporate trust
Wikipedia - Corpus Inscriptionum Etruscarum -- Etruscan text collection
Wikipedia - Correspondence theory of truth -- Theory that the truth of a statement is determined only by how it relates to the world and whether it accurately describes that world
Wikipedia - Corrosion -- Gradual destruction of materials by chemical reaction with its environment
Wikipedia - Cosmic Ray Subsystem -- Instrument aboard the ''Voyager 1'' and ''Voyager 2'' spacecraft
Wikipedia - Country rock (geology) -- Rock types native to a specific area, as opposed to intrusions or sediments originating from other areas
Wikipedia - Courts of Judicial Magistrate of First Class -- Judicial structure in India
Wikipedia - Courts of Judicial Magistrate of Second Class -- Judicial structure in India
Wikipedia - Cousins Maine Lobster -- American franchise food truck business
Wikipedia - Covenant theology -- Protestant biblical interpretive framework for understanding the overall structure of the Bible
Wikipedia - Cover tree -- Type of data structure
Wikipedia - CPI Aerostructures -- American Aircraft manufacturer
Wikipedia - CPUID -- X86 instruction
Wikipedia - Crawl space -- Enclosed space below a structure that is too short to stand erect in
Wikipedia - Creative destruction -- Concept in economic theory
Wikipedia - Crematogaster constructor -- Species of ant
Wikipedia - Crenshaw/LAX Line -- Under-construction light rail line in southwest Los Angeles
Wikipedia - Crime Junkie -- True crime podcast
Wikipedia - Criminal Confessions -- American true crime television series
Wikipedia - Criminal (podcast) -- American true crime podcast
Wikipedia - Crippled America -- Book by Donald Trump
Wikipedia - Cristal baschet -- Musical instrument
Wikipedia - Cristian Dumitru CriM-EM-^_an -- 21st-century Romanian Catholic bishop
Wikipedia - Cristian Dumitru Popescu -- Romanian-American mathematician
Wikipedia - Cristocentrus -- Genus of beetles
Wikipedia - Criteria of truth -- Standards and rules used to judge the accuracy of statements and claims
Wikipedia - Criterion of truth
Wikipedia - Critical Assessment of Techniques for Protein Structure Prediction
Wikipedia - Critical infrastructure
Wikipedia - Criticism of Islam -- Criticism of the current or historical Islamic religion, its actions, teachings, omissions, structure, or nature
Wikipedia - Crossfire Hurricane (FBI investigation) -- Covert counterintelligence investigation into links between Trump associates and Russian officials
Wikipedia - Cross Insurance Arena -- Architectural structure
Wikipedia - Crossrail Place -- Structure in the West India Docks, Canary Wharf, London
Wikipedia - Crown Castle -- American real estate investment trust
Wikipedia - Crow's nest -- Structure in the upper part of the main mast of a ship, used as a lookout point
Wikipedia - Croydon PCT -- NHS primary healthcare trust
Wikipedia - Cruft -- Jargon word for redundant, obtrusive material, originally used in computing
Wikipedia - Crumhorn -- Double reed musical instrument of the woodwind family
Wikipedia - Crystal cluster -- A group of crystals formed in an open space with form determined by their internal crystal structure
Wikipedia - CrystalExplorer -- Crystal structure analysis software
Wikipedia - Crystallinity -- The degree of structural order in a solid
Wikipedia - Crystallization -- Process by which a solid with a highly organised atomic or molecular structure forms
Wikipedia - Crystallography -- scientific study of crystal structure
Wikipedia - Crystal structure of boron-rich metal borides -- Boron chemical complexes
Wikipedia - Crystal structure -- Ordered arrangement of atoms, ions, or molecules in a crystalline material
Wikipedia - Crystal system -- Classification of crystalline materials by their three-dimensional structural geometry
Wikipedia - CTD (instrument) -- An oceanography instrument used to measure the conductivity, temperature, and pressure of seawater
Wikipedia - CTIL -- Radio mast infrastructure company in the United Kingdom
Wikipedia - Cuatro (instrument) -- Any of several Latin American instruments of the guitar or lute families
Wikipedia - Cuckoo Song (instrumental) -- 1977 single by Mike Oldfield
Wikipedia - Cue sports -- Games in which billiard balls are struck with a cue
Wikipedia - Cuevas, Trujillo Alto, Puerto Rico -- Barrio of Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Culsans -- Etruscan deity
Wikipedia - Cultural construct
Wikipedia - Culture and menstruation -- Cultural aspects surrounding how society views menstruation
Wikipedia - Culture Wars: The Struggle to Define America -- 1991 book
Wikipedia - Cumbria Wildlife Trust -- Wildlife trust covering Cumbria, England
Wikipedia - Cupola -- Dome-like architectural structure
Wikipedia - Cupriavidus-1 RNA motif -- Conserved non-coding RNA structure
Wikipedia - Curacao (liqueur) -- Liqueur made with the dried peels of the Laraha citrus fruit
Wikipedia - Cura (instrument) -- Turkish musical instrument
Wikipedia - Current Opinion in Structural Biology
Wikipedia - Curry-Howard correspondence -- Isomorphism between computer programs and constructive mathematical proofs
Wikipedia - Curtain wall (architecture) -- Outer non-structural walls of a building
Wikipedia - Curved space diamond structure -- Modular building system
Wikipedia - Cutout (espionage) -- Mutually trusted channel for the exchange of information between agents
Wikipedia - Cuttlebone -- A hard, brittle internal structure found in all members of the family Sepiidae
Wikipedia - Cyanea truncata -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency -- United States federal agency
Wikipedia - Cycles per instruction
Wikipedia - Cycling infrastructure -- facilities for use by cyclists
Wikipedia - Cyclohexane conformation -- Structures of cyclohexane
Wikipedia - Cyclol -- Structural model of a folded, globular protein
Wikipedia - Cyclone Idai -- Category 3 tropical cyclone that struck southern Africa in 2019
Wikipedia - Cyclone Kyrill -- Extratropical cyclone that struck northern Europe in 2007
Wikipedia - Cyclone Ockhi -- Category 3 tropical cyclone that struck Sri Lanka and India in 2017
Wikipedia - Cyclone Tracy -- Tropical cyclone that struck northern Australia in 1974
Wikipedia - Cymbal -- Percussion instrument
Wikipedia - Cynicism (contemporary) -- Attitude characterized by distrust
Wikipedia - Cynthia Wolberger -- American structural biologist
Wikipedia - Cypress knee -- A distinctive structure forming above the roots of a cypress tree
Wikipedia - Dacentrurus
Wikipedia - Dacia Pick-Up -- Range of pick-up trucks
Wikipedia - D'Addario (manufacturer) -- American company of musical instrument strings and accessories
Wikipedia - DAF Trucks -- Dutch truck manufacturing company
Wikipedia - Daily Mail and General Trust -- British media conglomerate
Wikipedia - Daiquiri -- Family of cocktails with rum, citrus and some sweetener
Wikipedia - Daisy a Day (album) -- 1973 album by Jud Strunk
Wikipedia - Dakota Access Pipeline protests -- Series of protests against the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline
Wikipedia - Daksha yajna -- Hindu legend of the destruction of King Daksha's sacrifice
Wikipedia - Dalton Trumbo -- American screenwriter and novelist
Wikipedia - Damp proofing -- Type of moisture control in building construction
Wikipedia - Dance with the Devil (instrumental) -- Single by Cozy Powell
Wikipedia - Dan Ehrenkrantz -- American Reconstructionist rabbi
Wikipedia - D'Angelo -- American singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Virginia
Wikipedia - Dan Gurney -- American racing driver, constructor and team owner
Wikipedia - Daniela Dumitru -- Romanian speed skater
Wikipedia - Daniela Rhodes -- British structural and molecular biologist
Wikipedia - Danielle Mone Truitt -- American actress
Wikipedia - Daniel Tashian -- Songwriter, producer and instrumentalist
Wikipedia - Daniel Truhitte -- American actor
Wikipedia - Daniel Trujillo -- Venezuelan sailor
Wikipedia - Danilo Petrucci -- Italian motorcycle racer
Wikipedia - Dan Inosanto -- Filipino-American martial arts instructor
Wikipedia - Danmono -- Traditional Japanese style of instrumental music for the koto
Wikipedia - Dan Prestup -- American drummer, percussionist, and drum instructor
Wikipedia - Dan Scavino -- Assistant to U.S. president Donald Trump
Wikipedia - Dantzig-Wolfe decomposition -- algorithm for solving linear programming problems with special structure
Wikipedia - Daphnephila truncicola -- Species of fly
Wikipedia - Dar al-Muwaqqit -- Type of structure attached to a mosque
Wikipedia - Daria Trubnikova -- Russian rhythmic gymnast
Wikipedia - Dark Was the Night, Cold Was the Ground -- Instrumental by Blind Willie Johnson
Wikipedia - Dark-winged trumpeter -- Species of bird
Wikipedia - D arm -- Tertiary structure of tRNA
Wikipedia - Database index -- Data structure for query optimization in databases
Wikipedia - Database storage structures
Wikipedia - Data definition language -- Syntax for defining data structures
Wikipedia - Data structure alignment -- The way data is arranged and accessed in computer memory, involving data alignment and data structure padding and packing, so that reads and writes to memory can be efficiently performed
Wikipedia - Data structure diagram
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Wikipedia - Data structures
Wikipedia - Data Structure
Wikipedia - Data structure -- Particular way of storing and organizing data in a computer
Wikipedia - Data wrangling -- Restructuring data into a desired format
Wikipedia - Datsun Truck -- Compact pickup truck made by Nissan between 1955-97
Wikipedia - Datura metel -- Species of plant, commonly known as devil's trumpet and metel
Wikipedia - Dave Ballou -- American jazz trumpeter
Wikipedia - Dave Keuning -- American multi-instrumentalist and songwriter
Wikipedia - Dave's Guitar Shop -- [[Musical Instrument]] store
Wikipedia - David Pietrusza -- American sports historian
Wikipedia - David Stuart (structural biologist) -- X-ray crystallographer
Wikipedia - David Trueba -- Spanish novelist and film director
Wikipedia - David Trujillo -- American businessman
Wikipedia - David Truman -- American academic
Wikipedia - David Whelan (golfer) -- English golfer and instructor
Wikipedia - Dawsons Music -- UK retailer of instruments and audio products
Wikipedia - Day for Night (film) -- 1973 French film directed by Francois Truffaut
Wikipedia - Days of Destruction, Days of Revolt -- 2012 graphic novel by Joe Sacco and Chris Hedges
Wikipedia - Day trading -- Buying and selling financial instruments within the same trading day
Wikipedia - Dconstructed -- 2014 remix compilation album by Walt Disney Records
Wikipedia - Dear Bess -- 1983 book of Harry S. Truman writings, edited by historian Robert Hugh Ferrell
Wikipedia - De architectura -- Treatise on architecture by Vitruvius
Wikipedia - Death & Destruction -- Professional wrestling tag team
Wikipedia - Death of Karen Fischer and Christian Struwe -- German journalists who were shot in Afghanistan
Wikipedia - Deborah Andollo -- Cuban free diver and diving instructor
Wikipedia - Decapod anatomy -- The entire structure of a decapod crustacean
Wikipedia - Decatastrophizing -- Cognitive restructuring technique to treat cognitive distortions
Wikipedia - Deception -- Act of propagating beliefs of things that are not true, or not the whole truth
Wikipedia - Deck (building) -- Surface similar to a floor, but typically constructed outdoors and connected to a building
Wikipedia - Declaration of Independence (Trumbull)
Wikipedia - Deconstructed club -- Experimental electronic music genre
Wikipedia - Deconstructing Harry -- 1997 film by Woody Allen
Wikipedia - Deconstruction (building)
Wikipedia - Deconstruction (disambiguation)
Wikipedia - Deconstructionism
Wikipedia - Deconstruction -- An approach to understanding the relationship between text and meaning
Wikipedia - Deconstructivism -- Architectural movement
Wikipedia - Dedekind cut -- Method of construction of the real numbers
Wikipedia - De De Pierce -- American jazz trumpeter and cornetist
Wikipedia - Deductive reasoning -- Method of reasoning by which premises understood to be true produce logically certain conclusions
Wikipedia - Deed of Grant in Trust -- System of community-level land trust established in Queensland to administer Aboriginal land
Wikipedia - Deed -- Type of legal instrument in Common law
Wikipedia - Deejay (Jamaican) -- Reggae or dancehall musician who sings and "toasts" to an instrumental riddim rhythm
Wikipedia - Deep Jyoti Stambh -- Architectural structure, usually found in Hindu temples, in the form of a column
Wikipedia - Deep structures and surface structures
Wikipedia - Default constructor
Wikipedia - Defeatism -- Acceptance of defeat without a struggle
Wikipedia - Deflationary theory of truth
Wikipedia - Degree of truth
Wikipedia - Degrees of truth
Wikipedia - Delaware Basin -- Geologic depositional and structural basin in West Texas and southern New Mexico, famous for holding large oil fields
Wikipedia - Delegated Path Discovery -- trusted-server-querying method for public key certificate information
Wikipedia - Delegated Path Validation -- public-key-certificate-validation-involved-work-offloading method to trusted server
Wikipedia - Demai -- Agricultural produce, the owner of which was not trusted with regard to the correct separation of tithe
Wikipedia - Demand destruction -- Permanent downward shift on the demand curve of a commodity
Wikipedia - Demerger -- Form of corporate restructuring
Wikipedia - Demihypercube -- Polytope constructed from alternation of an hypercube
Wikipedia - Democratic confederalism -- Political ideology and government structure
Wikipedia - Democratic Reconstruction -- Political party in Peru
Wikipedia - Demography -- The science that deals with populations and their structures, statistically and theoretically
Wikipedia - Demonstrations in support of Donald Trump -- Demonstrations in support of President Donald Trump
Wikipedia - Dendritic spine -- Small protrusion on a dendrite that receives input from a single axon
Wikipedia - Denialism -- A person's choice to deny reality, as a way to avoid a psychologically uncomfortable truth
Wikipedia - Denial -- Assertion that a statement or allegation is not true despite the existence or non-existence of evidence
Wikipedia - Denise Austin -- American fitness instructor, author, and columnist
Wikipedia - Dennis Trudeau -- Canadian news anchor
Wikipedia - Dental drill -- Dental instrument
Wikipedia - Dental explorer -- instrument in dentistry
Wikipedia - Dental instrument -- tools of the dental profession
Wikipedia - Dentures -- Prosthetic devices constructed to replace missing teeth
Wikipedia - Department for Infrastructure and Transport -- South Australian government department
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Wikipedia - Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications -- Department of the Australian federal government
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Wikipedia - Department of Transportation appointments by Donald Trump -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - Deposit of faith -- The body of revealed truth in the Scriptures and Tradition proposed by the Roman Catholic Church
Wikipedia - Derancistrus -- Genus of beetles
Wikipedia - Derbyshire Wildlife Trust -- Wildlife conservation charity
Wikipedia - Derek Trucks -- American guitarist, bandleader and songwriter
Wikipedia - Derivative (finance) -- Financial instrument
Wikipedia - Dermophis donaldtrumpi -- proposed species of amphibian
Wikipedia - Derrington-Francis -- British Formula One constructor
Wikipedia - Derrymore House -- National Trust property
Wikipedia - Design smell -- Structures in the design that indicate violation of fundamental design principles and negatively impact design quality
Wikipedia - Design structure matrix
Wikipedia - Design -- Drafting of a plan or convention for the construction of an object or of a system; process of creation; act of creativity and innovation
Wikipedia - Desiree Sayle -- American Republican political aide, served in the White House under George Bush and Donald Trump.
Wikipedia - Destructible environment
Wikipedia - Destruction '09 -- 2009 New Japan Pro-Wrestling pay-per-view event
Wikipedia - Destruction (2016) -- 2016 New Japan Pro-Wrestling event series
Wikipedia - Destruction AllStars -- 2021 video game
Wikipedia - Destruction Derby 2 -- 1996 video game
Wikipedia - Destruction Derby -- 1995 video game
Wikipedia - Destruction (film) -- 1915 film
Wikipedia - Destruction in Okayama (2015) -- Professional wrestling event
Wikipedia - Destruction layer -- Stratum found in archaeological sites with evidences of destruction
Wikipedia - Destruction of cultural heritage by ISIL
Wikipedia - Destruction of early Islamic heritage sites in Saudi Arabia
Wikipedia - Destruction of Jerusalem
Wikipedia - Destruction of libraries
Wikipedia - Destruction of Syria's chemical weapons -- Part of the Syrian peace process
Wikipedia - Destruction of the Library of Alexandria
Wikipedia - Destructive dilemma
Wikipedia - Destructive testing
Wikipedia - Destructoid
Wikipedia - Destructor (computer science)
Wikipedia - Destrudo
Wikipedia - Destruktion
Wikipedia - Detlef Struve -- German politician
Wikipedia - Detuner -- Mechanical device to alter the tuning of a stringed instrument
Wikipedia - Deutsches Theatrum Chemicum
Wikipedia - Deutschlandhalle -- Architectural structure
Wikipedia - Development West Coast -- New Zealand charitable trust
Wikipedia - Devi Putrudu -- 2001 Telugu film directed by Kodi Ramakrishna
Wikipedia - Devon Wildlife Trust -- Wildlife conservation charity
Wikipedia - Dewey Defeats Truman -- incorrect newspaper headline published by the Chicago Daily Tribune
Wikipedia - Dhantal -- Percussion instrument
Wikipedia - Diabase -- An intrusive mafic rock forming dykes or sills
Wikipedia - Diameter at breast height -- Standard method of expressing the diameter of the trunk or bole of a standing tree
Wikipedia - Diamond Dallas Page -- American professional wrestler and fitness instructor
Wikipedia - Diamond Trust of London -- 2012 turn-based strategy video game
Wikipedia - Diana Trujillo -- Colombian aerospace engineer
Wikipedia - Diaphragm (optics) -- Thin opaque structure with an opening (aperture) at its center
Wikipedia - Diapir -- A type of geologic intrusion in which a more mobile and ductily deformable material is forced into brittle overlying rocks
Wikipedia - Dick Collins -- American jazz trumpeter
Wikipedia - Dick Harmon -- American golf instructor
Wikipedia - Dicranocephalus -- Genus of insects (type of true bugs)
Wikipedia - Dictionary of Algorithms and Data Structures
Wikipedia - Didgeridoo -- Traditional Australian musical instrument
Wikipedia - Difference list -- List data structure
Wikipedia - Difference (poststructuralism)
Wikipedia - Differentiable structure
Wikipedia - Differential geometry -- Branch of mathematics dealing with functions and geometric structures on differentiable manifolds
Wikipedia - Differentiated instruction -- Framework or philosophy for effective teaching
Wikipedia - Diffraction-limited system -- Optical system with resolution performance at the instrument's theoretical limit
Wikipedia - Digital India -- Campaign to ensure improved online infrastructure,more job opportunities and Internet connectivity in India
Wikipedia - DigitalOcean -- American cloud infrastructure provider
Wikipedia - Dii involuti -- Etruscan veiled gods
Wikipedia - Dike (construction)
Wikipedia - Dilapidation -- A destructive event to a building
Wikipedia - Dilator -- Surgical instrument or medical implement used to expand an opening or passage
Wikipedia - Dimension (data warehouse) -- Structure that categorizes facts and measures in a data warehouse
Wikipedia - Dinotrux -- Television series
Wikipedia - DIN sync -- Synchronization interface for electronic musical instruments
Wikipedia - Diode logic -- Constructs Boolean logic gates from diodes
Wikipedia - Dionysius Exiguus' Easter table -- Ecclesiastical table constructed in 525
Wikipedia - Diorite -- Intermediate intrusive igneous rock composed principally of plagioclase feldspar
Wikipedia - Diphasiastrum complanatum -- Species of clubmoss plant from coniferous forests
Wikipedia - Diphasiastrum digitatum -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Diphasiastrum -- Genus of vascular plants in the clubmoss family Lycopodiaceae
Wikipedia - Diple -- Woodwind musical instrument
Wikipedia - Diplock court -- Structure of non-jury courts used in Northern Ireland, primarily 1973 to 2007 but still occasionally used
Wikipedia - Direct instruction
Wikipedia - Directive (programming) -- Language construct that specifies how a compiler should process its input
Wikipedia - Direct method in the calculus of variations -- Method for constructing existence proofs and calculating solutions in variational calculus
Wikipedia - Directory structure
Wikipedia - Direct Rendering Infrastructure
Wikipedia - Direct-sequence spread spectrum
Wikipedia - DirectX Graphics Infrastructure
Wikipedia - Dirk Jan Struik
Wikipedia - Dirty John (TV series) -- American true crime television series
Wikipedia - Disaster -- An event or combination of events resulting in major damage, destruction or death
Wikipedia - Discrete mathematics -- Study of discrete mathematical structures
Wikipedia - Discrete tomography -- Reconstruction of binary images from a small number of their projections
Wikipedia - Disenfranchisement after the Reconstruction era -- Post-civil war voter suppression efforts in the United States
Wikipedia - Disjoint-set data structure
Wikipedia - Dislocation (syntax) -- Sentence structure in which a constituent occurs outside the clause boundaries either to its left or to its right
Wikipedia - Disney Fairies: Faith, Trust, and Pixie Dust
Wikipedia - Dissipative structures
Wikipedia - Distance matrices in phylogeny -- Matrices used in construction of phylogenetic trees
Wikipedia - Distant Trumpet -- 1952 film
Wikipedia - Distributed Bragg reflector -- Structure used in waveguides
Wikipedia - Distributed learning -- Instructional model that allows instructor, students, and content to be located in different, noncentralized locations
Wikipedia - Distrust (video game) -- 2017 survival video game
Wikipedia - Distrust -- Not trusting
Wikipedia - Disulfide -- Chemical structure
Wikipedia - Dive computer -- Instrument to record dive profile and calculate decompression obligations in real time
Wikipedia - Diverticulum -- Medical or biological term for an outpouching of a hollow (or a fluid-filled) structure in the body
Wikipedia - Divided By (album) -- 2011 album by Structures
Wikipedia - Divine Truth
Wikipedia - Diving instructor -- Person who trains and assesses underwater divers
Wikipedia - Diving platform -- A type of structure used for competitive acrobatic diving
Wikipedia - Diwas -- Filipino bamboo wood instrument
Wikipedia - Dizi (instrument) -- Chinese transverse flute
Wikipedia - Dizzy Gillespie -- American jazz trumpeter
Wikipedia - D-loop -- DNA structure
Wikipedia - Dmitry Patrushev -- Russian politician; Minister of Agriculture (2018-present)
Wikipedia - Dmitry Trunenkov -- Russian bobsledder
Wikipedia - DNA code construction
Wikipedia - DNA nanotechnology -- The design and manufacture of artificial nucleic acid structures for technological uses
Wikipedia - Dni wiatru -- album by Scianka
Wikipedia - Docetism -- View that Jesus was mere semblance without any true reality
Wikipedia - Dock (maritime) -- Human-made structure involved in the handling of boats or ships
Wikipedia - Doc Severinsen -- American jazz trumpeter
Wikipedia - Doctor Faustus Lights the Lights -- Libretto for an opera by Gertrude Stein
Wikipedia - Document-oriented database -- A document-oriented NoSQL database, or document store, is a computer program designed for storing, retrieving and managing semi-structured, document-oriented information.
Wikipedia - Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story -- 2004 film by Rawson Marshall Thurber
Wikipedia - Dodge WC series -- American WWII light military trucks
Wikipedia - Doe et al. v. Trump Corp. et al. -- US District Court case
Wikipedia - Dogma -- A principle or set of principles laid down by an authority as incontrovertibly true.
Wikipedia - Dog's bollocks (typography) -- typographical construction
Wikipedia - Dolby TrueHD -- Advanced lossless multi-channel audio codec
Wikipedia - Dolphin (structure) -- Man-made marine structure
Wikipedia - Dome (constructor) -- Japanese racing car manufacturer
Wikipedia - Dome (geology) -- geological deformation structure
Wikipedia - Domino tiling -- Geometric construct
Wikipedia - Dona Dumitru Siminica -- Romanian violinist and singer
Wikipedia - Donald J. Trump Foundation -- Former US-based private foundation founded and chaired by Donald Trump.
Wikipedia - Donald J. Trump State Park -- State park in New York, United States
Wikipedia - Donald J. Trump
Wikipedia - Donald L. Trump -- American oncologist
Wikipedia - Donald Struan Robertson -- British classical scholar and Regius Professor of Greek at the University of Cambridge (1885-1961)
Wikipedia - Donald Trump 2000 presidential campaign -- 2000 U.S. presidential campaign
Wikipedia - Donald Trump 2016 presidential campaign -- Successful 2016 US presidential campaign
Wikipedia - Donald Trump 2020 presidential campaign -- Political campaign
Wikipedia - Donald Trump Access Hollywood tape -- Recorded discussion between Donald Trump and Billy Bush in 2005
Wikipedia - Donald Trump and golf -- Donald Trump's association with golf
Wikipedia - Donald Trump filmography -- Film and TV featuring or about Donald Trump
Wikipedia - Donald Trump in music -- Overview of music referring to Donald Trump
Wikipedia - Donald Trump in popular culture -- Appearances of Donald Trump in popular culture
Wikipedia - Donald Trump Jr. -- Son of Donald Trump and American businessman
Wikipedia - Donald Trump judicial appointment controversies -- Overview about Donald Trump's judicial appointment controversies
Wikipedia - Donald Trump on social media -- Use of social media by Donald Trump, 45th President of the United States
Wikipedia - Donald Trump presidential campaign, 2016
Wikipedia - Donald Trump's disclosures of classified information -- Overview of the disclosures of classified information by Donald Trump
Wikipedia - Donald Trump sexual misconduct allegations -- Sexual misconduct allegations against Donald Trump
Wikipedia - Donald Trump (song) -- 2011 song by American rapper Mac Miller
Wikipedia - Donald Trump's speech in Warsaw, Poland -- 2017 speech by Donald Trump in Warsaw
Wikipedia - Donald Trump Supreme Court candidates -- Persons nominated or considered for nomination
Wikipedia - Donald Trump -- 45th president of the United States
Wikipedia - Donald Trunkey -- American trauma surgeon
Wikipedia - Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium -- architectural structure
Wikipedia - Don Caballero -- American instrumental rock group
Wikipedia - Don Cherry (trumpeter) -- American jazz trumpeter (1936-1995)
Wikipedia - Don Goldie -- American jazz trumpeter
Wikipedia - Don Lee (accordionist) -- American multi-instrumentalist, music teacher and music publisher
Wikipedia - Donna Richardson -- American fitness instructor
Wikipedia - Donner Pass -- mountain pass in the northern Sierra Nevada above Donner Lake about 9 miles (14 km) west of Truckee, California
Wikipedia - Don't Buy This -- 1985 video game for Spectrum
Wikipedia - Don't F**k with Cats: Hunting an Internet Killer -- 2019 American true crime documentary series
Wikipedia - Don't Trust Me -- 2008 single by 3OH!3
Wikipedia - Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23 -- American sitcom
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Wikipedia - Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction -- South Korean company
Wikipedia - Doppler on Wheels -- Fleet of X-band radar trucks maintained by the Center for Severe Weather Research (CSWR)
Wikipedia - Dorin Dumitru Velicu -- Romanian skeleton racer
Wikipedia - Dormer -- Structural element of a building
Wikipedia - Dorothy Hayden Truscott -- American bridge player
Wikipedia - Dorothy Trump -- Physician
Wikipedia - Dorset County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust -- Healthcare organization in Dorchester, United Kingdom
Wikipedia - Dorset Wildlife Trust -- Wildlife and natural habitat charity
Wikipedia - Dorshei Derekh -- Reconstructionist Jewish congregation in Philadelphia, USA
Wikipedia - Dortberghaus -- Architectural structure
Wikipedia - Dos Bocas, Trujillo Alto, Puerto Rico -- Barrio of Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Double bass -- Acoustic stringed instrument of the violin family
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 truth
Wikipedia - Doug Cox (musician) -- Canadian multi-instrumentalist and composer
Wikipedia - Douglas Strutt Galton
Wikipedia - Douglas Trumbull -- American film director, special effects designer
Wikipedia - Dowker-Thistlethwaite notation -- Mathematical notation for describing the structure of knots
Wikipedia - Download The True Story of the Internet -- Television series
Wikipedia - Do You Trust This Computer?
Wikipedia - DPR Construction -- American construction firm
Wikipedia - Draft:Advanced Matrix Extensions -- Extensions to the x86 instruction set architecture for microprocessors from Intel and AMD
Wikipedia - Draft:Business Heroes: Food Truck Simulation -- 2020 single player, business simulation tycoon video game
Wikipedia - Draft:CatchMark Timber Trust, Inc. -- U.S timber Real Estate Investment Trust
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Wikipedia - Draft:Cyber Struggle AEGIS Certification -- Hybrid Certification for SOC Analysts certification by Cyber Struggle
Wikipedia - Draft:Dr. James F. Lane -- Virginia Superintendent of Public Instruction
Wikipedia - Draft:Fred Truck -- American artist
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Wikipedia - Draft:Misinformation related to the COVID-19 pandemic - restructure -- False information about the COVID-19 outbreak
Wikipedia - Draft:Montasser Construction Company -- Construction and civil engineering company
Wikipedia - Draft:Nogizaka Under Construction -- Japanese variety show
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Wikipedia - Draft:Song for Denise (instrumental) -- 1985 single by Piano Fantasia
Wikipedia - Draft:True Faith Asociation of Jehovah's Witnesses -- Christian denomination
Wikipedia - Draft:TrueNxus -- project management software
Wikipedia - Draft:Trupti Toradmal -- Indian film actress
Wikipedia - Dragon curve -- Fractal constructible with L-systems
Wikipedia - Dramatic structure -- structure of a dramatic work such as a play or film
Wikipedia - Dr. Death (podcast) -- True crime podcast
Wikipedia - DRDO Technology Demonstration Vessel -- Missile range instrumentation ship
Wikipedia - Dreams Come True The Best! Watashi no Dorikamu -- 2015 album by Dreams Come True
Wikipedia - Dreams...Do Come True! -- 2005 film directed by Ashish Chanana
Wikipedia - Dr Hadwen Trust
Wikipedia - Drifter (floating device) -- An oceanographic instrument package floating freely on the surface to investigate ocean currents and other parameters like temperature or salinity
Wikipedia - Drill instructor -- Military training officer
Wikipedia - Drive-By Truckers -- American rock band
Wikipedia - Driving instructor -- Professional teacher of driving skills
Wikipedia - Dr. Matt Destruction -- Swedish musician
Wikipedia - Dr. Petrus Molemela Stadium -- Sports stadium in South Africa
Wikipedia - Drum and bugle corps (modern) -- Marching group of brass and percussion instrumentalists
Wikipedia - Drum machine -- Electronic musical instrument that creates percussion sounds
Wikipedia - Druze power struggle (1658-1667) -- Tribal disputes during Ottoman rule in the Levant
Wikipedia - Dry dam -- Flood control structure
Wikipedia - Dry stone -- Construction method
Wikipedia - Drywall -- Panel made of gypsum, used in interior construction
Wikipedia - Dubai Creek Tower -- Observation tower under construction in Dubai
Wikipedia - Dublin Civic Trust -- Architectural conservation and educational trust
Wikipedia - Dublin Landings -- Infrastructure
Wikipedia - Duda -- Musical instrument
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Wikipedia - Dumitru Berciu
Wikipedia - Dumitru Betiu -- Romanian canoeist
Wikipedia - Dumitru Burlan -- Romanian former Securitate officer
Wikipedia - Dumitru Captari -- Romanian weightlifter
Wikipedia - Dumitru Draghicescu
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Wikipedia - Dumitru Fratila (sailor) -- Romanian sailor
Wikipedia - Dumitru Gheorghiu -- Romanian bobsledder
Wikipedia - Dumitru Ghizdavu -- Romanian chess player
Wikipedia - Dumitru Hubert -- Romanian bobsledder
Wikipedia - Dumitru Mazilu -- Romanian politician
Wikipedia - Dumitru M-HM-^Zintea -- Romanian modern pentathlete
Wikipedia - Dumitru Noroc -- Moldovan politician
Wikipedia - Dumitru Paraschivescu -- Romanian racewalker
Wikipedia - Dumitru Pascu -- Romanian bobsledder
Wikipedia - Dumitru Peteu -- Romanian bobsledder
Wikipedia - Dumitru Popescu-Colibasi -- Romanian handball coach
Wikipedia - Dumitru SpM-CM-.rlea -- Romanian modern pentathlete
Wikipedia - Dumitru Velea -- Romanian equestrian
Wikipedia - Dumitru Velicu -- Romanian equestrian
Wikipedia - Dumptruck (band) -- American rock band
Wikipedia - Dump truck -- Truck which can tip its bed, dumping its contents
Wikipedia - Dump Trump (statue) -- Statue of U.S. President Donald Trump
Wikipedia - Dun a' Choin Duibh -- Architectural structure in Argyll and Bute, Scotland, UK
Wikipedia - Dungeons 3 -- 2017 Construction and management simulation video game
Wikipedia - Dunwich Forest -- Suffolk Wildlife Trust nature reserve
Wikipedia - Duo'Lectar -- Stringed instrument of the guitar family
Wikipedia - Durham Wildlife Trust -- Wildlife conservation charity
Wikipedia - Duthiastrum -- Plant genus
Wikipedia - Duxianqin -- Chinese plucked string instrument
Wikipedia - Dwelling -- Self-contained unit of accommodation (house, apartment, mobile home, houseboat or other structure) used as a home
Wikipedia - Dynamic data structures
Wikipedia - Dynamic deconstructive psychotherapy
Wikipedia - Dynamic infrastructure
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Wikipedia - Dyson sphere -- Hypothetical megastructure originally described by Freeman Dyson
Wikipedia - DySPAN -- Standards committee, develops standards for radio and spectrum management
Wikipedia - Dzigar Kongtrul Rinpoche
Wikipedia - Dzigar Kongtrul
Wikipedia - Dzogchen Ranyak Patrul Rinpoche -- Tibetan lama, teacher, and author
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 - Earthbag construction -- Building method
Wikipedia - Earthquake-resistant structures -- Structures designed to protect buildings from earthquakes
Wikipedia - Earth structure -- A building or other structure made largely from soil.
Wikipedia - Eastern Busway, Auckland -- Busway project that is under construction
Wikipedia - Eastern Dedicated Freight Corridor -- Dedicated freight railway under construction in India
Wikipedia - Eastern Orthodox Church organization -- Structure and organization of the Eastern Orthodox Church
Wikipedia - East Kowloon Corridor -- Trunk road in Kowloon, Hong Kong
Wikipedia - East Wing -- Structure part of the White House Complex, east of the Executive Residence
Wikipedia - Ecclesfield Feoffees -- Trustees for Ecclesfield in South Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Ecclesiastical polity -- Operational and governance structure of a church
Wikipedia - Echinomastus erectocentrus -- Species of cactus
Wikipedia - Ecole nationale supM-CM-)rieure d'ingM-CM-)nieurs de constructions aM-CM-)ronautiques -- French engineering scholl in Toulouse
Wikipedia - Ecological design -- Design that minimizes environmentally destructive impacts by integrating itself with living processes
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 succession -- The process of change in the species structure of an ecological community over time
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Wikipedia - Economic Reconstruction Union -- Former German political party
Wikipedia - Ecotheology -- Form of constructive theology that focuses on the interrelationships of religion and nature, particularly in the light of environmental concerns
Wikipedia - Ecraseur -- Surgical instrument
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Wikipedia - Ed Amatrudo -- American actor
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Wikipedia - Eddie Stobart: Trucks & Trailers -- British television documentary series
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Wikipedia - Edge list -- Graph data structure
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Wikipedia - Egyptian pyramid construction techniques -- Overview about the Egyptian pyramid construction techniques
Wikipedia - Egyptian pyramids -- Ancient pyramid-shaped masonry structures located in Egypt
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Wikipedia - EIDAS -- electronic IDentification, Authentication and trust Services
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Wikipedia - Eilenberg-Ganea theorem -- On constructing an aspherical CW complex whose fundamental group is a given group
Wikipedia - Eisenacher Motorenwerk -- German automobile manufacturer and Formula One constructor
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Wikipedia - Ekola -- Ovambo People musical instrument
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Wikipedia - Elaiosome -- Fleshy structures attached to the seeds of plants
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Wikipedia - El castillo de los monstruos (1964 film) -- 1964 film
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Wikipedia - Electrical resistivity tomography -- A geophysical technique for imaging sub-surface structures
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Wikipedia - Electric instrument -- Type of musical instrument
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Wikipedia - Electromagnetic spectrum -- Entire range of frequencies of electromagnetic radiation
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Wikipedia - Electronic structure
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Wikipedia - Elementary particle -- Subatomic particle having no known substructure
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Wikipedia - Elephant -- Large terrestrial mammals with trunks, from Africa and Asia
Wikipedia - Elevator (dental) -- Dental instrument
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Wikipedia - Enamel lamellae -- Type of structure in teeth
Wikipedia - Enation -- Scaly leaflike structures, differing from leaves in their lack of vascular tissue
Wikipedia - Encapsulation (networking) -- Method of designing modular communication protocols in which separate functions are abstracted from their underlying structures
Wikipedia - Encephalocele -- Neural tube defect in which the brain protrudes out of the skull
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Wikipedia - Energy principles in structural mechanics
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Wikipedia - Enforcement Acts -- Laws aiming to combat resistance to reconstruction after the US Civil War
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Wikipedia - Entraygues-sur-Truyere -- Commune in Occitanie, France
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Wikipedia - Epibenthic sled -- An instrument designed to collect benthic and benthopelagic faunas from the deep sea
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Wikipedia - Esperanto -- Constructed language
Wikipedia - Essays on Truth and Reality -- 1914 book by F. H. Bradley
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Wikipedia - Etruscan alphabet -- The alphabet used by the Etruscans of central and northern Italy
Wikipedia - Etruscan architecture -- Architecture of the Etruscan civilization
Wikipedia - Etruscan art
Wikipedia - Etruscan civilization -- Pre-Roman civilization of ancient Italy
Wikipedia - Etruscan language -- Extinct language of ancient Italy
Wikipedia - Etruscan religion -- Stories, beliefs, and religious practices of the Etruscans
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Wikipedia - Euro Truck Simulator -- 2008 vehicle simulation video game made by SCS Software
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Wikipedia - Extremely low frequency -- The range 3-30 Hz of the electromagnetic spectrum
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Wikipedia - Field-theoretic simulation -- Numerical strategy to calculate structure and physical properties of a many-particle system
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Wikipedia - Flower -- Structure found in some plants; aka: blossom
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Wikipedia - Font hinting -- Use of mathematical instructions to adjust the display of a font so it lines up with a rasterized grid
Wikipedia - Food trucks in South Korea -- Type of mobile catering vehicle
Wikipedia - Food truck -- Large motorized vehicle or trailer, equipped to cook, prepare, serve, and/or sell food
Wikipedia - Foot -- Anatomical structure found in vertebrates
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Wikipedia - Fortification -- Military defensive construction
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Wikipedia - Four-part harmony -- Music written for four voices or instruments
Wikipedia - Four-valued logic -- Any logic with four truth values
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Wikipedia - Fracture (geology) -- Geologic structure
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Wikipedia - Frances Gertrude McGill -- 20th-century Canadian forensic pathologist
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Wikipedia - Neoplectrura breedlovei -- Genus of beetles
Wikipedia - Neotraditional country -- Style of country music emphasizing instrumental compositions and "traditional" vocal styles
Wikipedia - Nepenthes truncata -- Species of pitcher plant from the Philippines
Wikipedia - Nephelometer -- Instrument for measuring the concentration of suspended particulates
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Wikipedia - Nonfiction -- Type of genre, true works
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Wikipedia - Oil rig -- Apparatus constructed for oil drilling
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Wikipedia - Olle Petrusson -- Swedish biathlete
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Wikipedia - Ophryotrocha langstrumpae -- Species of Polychaeta
Wikipedia - Opsonin -- Any molecule that identifies and marks cells or substances for destruction by the immune system
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Wikipedia - Optic vesicle -- Sac that protrudes from the embryonic forebrain to form each eye
Wikipedia - Optimal substructure
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Wikipedia - Opus mixtum -- Combination of Roman construction techniques
Wikipedia - Opus spicatum -- Herringbone pattern of masonry construction used in Roman and medieval times
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Wikipedia - Orange (colour) -- Colour, located between red and yellow in the spectrum of light
Wikipedia - Orange (fruit) -- Citrus fruit
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Wikipedia - Ordo Fratrum Minorum
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Wikipedia - O'Reilly Foundation -- Irish charitable trust
Wikipedia - Organizational structure
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Wikipedia - Organ pipe -- Musical instrument part
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Wikipedia - Outline of construction
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Wikipedia - Over My Dead Body (podcast) -- True crime podcast
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Wikipedia - Pachyplectrus -- Genus of beetles
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Wikipedia - PAGEV RNA motif -- RNA structure
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Wikipedia - Pair-conversion -- Instrument in photonics
Wikipedia - Pakistan and weapons of mass destruction -- Pakistani nuclear weapons program
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Wikipedia - Parablabicentrus -- Genus of beetles
Wikipedia - Parable -- |Short didactic story which illustrates one or more instructive lessons or principles
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Wikipedia - Paradidymocentrus -- Genus of beetles
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Wikipedia - Parallelodiplosis subtruncata -- Species of fly
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Wikipedia - Parenthesome -- Cell structure in fungi
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Wikipedia - Percussion instrument -- Type of musical instrument that produces a sound by being hit
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Wikipedia - Pipe organ -- Wind instrument controlled by keyboard
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Wikipedia - Piping and instrumentation diagram -- Detailed diagram in the process industry
Wikipedia - Pissoir -- Structure that provides screening of urinals
Wikipedia - Pituitary stalk -- Anatomical structure
Wikipedia - Pizzicato -- Playing technique for string instruments
Wikipedia - Placental cotyledon -- Vascular structure in the placenta
Wikipedia - Placentation -- Formation and structure of the placenta
Wikipedia - Plain old data structure
Wikipedia - Planetary surface construction -- Construction of structures on planetary surface
Wikipedia - Plan for Destruction -- 1943 film
Wikipedia - Planned destruction of Warsaw
Wikipedia - Planning permission -- Government permission required for construction or expansion
Wikipedia - Plant anatomy -- Study of the internal structure of plants
Wikipedia - Plant stem -- structural axis of a vascular plant
Wikipedia - Plasma Instrument for Magnetic Sounding -- Faraday cup instrument for Europa Clipper
Wikipedia - Plasma Wave Subsystem -- Instrument on board the Voyager space probes
Wikipedia - Plasmodium (life cycle) -- Living structure of cytoplasm that contains many nuclei
Wikipedia - Plasmoid -- Coherent structure of plasma and magnetic fields
Wikipedia - Plastic bicycle -- Bicycle constructed from plastic or a plastic composite
Wikipedia - Plastic bottle -- Bottle constructed of plastic
Wikipedia - Plateau's laws -- Set of mathematical rules governing the structure of soap films
Wikipedia - Plate reconstruction -- The process of reconstructing the positions of tectonic plates in the geological past
Wikipedia - Platform cooperative -- Business structure type
Wikipedia - Platform mound -- Earthwork or mound intended to support a structure or activity
Wikipedia - Plato's unwritten doctrines -- Metaphysical theory, alleged by his pupils and others to be esoterically taught by Plato, but not clearly given in his writings; the Tubingen School reconstructs it to comprise The One-a monistic principle-and The Indefinite Dyad of indeterminacy
Wikipedia - Plectrude
Wikipedia - Plectrura -- Genus of beetles
Wikipedia - Plectrurus -- Genus of burrowing snakes endemic to South India
Wikipedia - Pleurothallis trulla -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Pleurothallis trullifera -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Pleurothallis trullilabia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Pleurothallis truncata -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Ploy (musical instrument) -- Cambodian musical instrument
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