|Kudahuvadhoo: Kudahuvadhoo (Dhivehi: ކުޑަހުވަދޫ) is one of the islands of the Dhaalu Atoll.|
|Libido: Libido in its common usage means sexual desire; however, more technical definitions, such as those found in the work of Carl Jung, are more general, referring to libido as the free creative—or psychic—energy an individual has to put toward personal development or individuation.|
|Global justice/archive1: Sam, you seem to have a few questions, first person locutions ("our", "we", etc) and italics. I didn't change them, but this is just to warn that some folks might not approve....--Francesco Franco aka Lacatosias 10:04, 11 August 2006 (UTC)|
|Mechanism design: The following 8 pages are in this category, out of 8 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
|Pulham: Coordinates: 50°52′33″N 2°24′57″W / 50.87586, -2.41583|
|The MatchMaker (1997 film): The Matchmaker also has Tommy Tiernan in an early film role before his stand up career took off.|
|Balçova: A number of hot sulphurous springs rise in and around a small stream, which previously dried up in summer, but which is now kept in service all year round thanks to modern installations centered around a five-star hotel. The waters, of a temperature of to 160 degrees Fahrenheit, are considered good for rheumatism, sciatica, gallstones and eczema. The baths are remain extremely popular both by themselves and by the thermal establishment's having extended its range of activities also in the field of congress and exhibition tourism.|
|List of Chicago Bears starting quarterbacks: This is a list of quarterbacks that have started for the Chicago Bears American football franchise of the National Football League.|
|Kiest Station: Kiest Station is a DART light rail station located in the Oak Cliff neighborhood of Dallas, Texas (USA) on Kiest Boulevard and Lancaster Road ( SH 342). It opened on 31 May 1997 and is a station on the Blue Line, serving nearby residences and businesses.|
|Island of Fire: Island of Fire (aka Island on Fire / The Prisoner) (traditional Chinese: 火燒島) is a 1990 film directed by Chu Yin-Ping. It was shot in Taiwan and the Philippines. After appearing together in Killer Meteors in 1976, Jimmy Wang Yu came to Jackie Chan's aid when the then young actor sought his help in settling a dispute with veteran director, Lo Wei. Chan repaid the favour by playing roles in Wang's films, Fantasy Mission Force (1982) and Island of Fire.|
|Low-importance Nursing articles: The following 5 pages are in this category, out of 5 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
|Kiwai Island: Kiwai Island Is an island in the Fly River delta, Papua New Guinea. Its area is 359 km2.|
|2006 in Swiss music: Despite the consistency at the top of the chart thus far in 2006, the Swiss singles chart has seen a lot of popular acts pass through it. Normally in the first two months of the year the chart would be mostly quiet, but the top ten has been fairly active, with acts including US5, 50 Cent, Ch!pz and Mary J. Blige entering toward the higher end of the chart this year.|
|Rugged Lark: Among his offspring are The Lark Ascending, Rugged Painted Lark, Look Whos Larkin - 1999 AQHA World Show Superhorse, and Jolena Lark and Rugged Lark II.|
|Dixie Classic (basketball tournament): N.C. State head coach Everett Case originated the idea of the Classic. His assistant, Carl "Butter" Anderson provided the name. The tournament was played over a three day period every December, just before Christmas on N.C. State's home court.|
|Giving In: The song appears, on the surface, to be a metaphor for drug use. Lines such as "I'm giving into you" and "Family has tried to heal all my addictions" seem to strengthen this meaning, however Mark Chavez has stated that the song is about his bout with alcoholism and depression. Chavez stated that at one point he felt he was going to lose his record deal over booze and substances. He stated that the song was a way of him letting go.|
|Pronex-hem: It is time to prepare for the winter, and to put the plastics on the green house. For every question and information, please contact Pronex-Hem. Our engineers will be pleased to help you.|
|Shaking Ray Levis: The Shaking Ray Levis is an ongoing collaboration of musicians with a common interest in free improvisation. The project was conceived and led by the Chattanooga, Tennessee-based team of Dennis Palmer and Bob Stagner. They use storytelling, synthesizers, samplers and percussion to achieve their distinctive sound. They are the first American group to have recorded for Incus Records, the record label of British free improvisational guitarist Derek Bailey. Additionally, they have performed and recorded with John Zorn, David Greenberger, Killick Erik Hinds, Fred Frith, Min Tanaka, Amy Denio, and Derek Bailey, as well as with many other critically acclaimed artists.|
|Kosho Shorei Ryu Kempo: Kosho Shorei Ryu Kenpō is a system of Kenpō based upon the teachings of James Mitose. Mitose is credited as the man who originally brought Kenpō of Japanese origin to Hawaii before it was the 50th State. However, the term "Kenpō" is much akin to saying "martial art"- in that it refers to hundreds of separate styles or systems of martial arts, many now with relatively little connection or similarity among them.|
|Charlton Marshall: Charlton Marshall was once a halt on the Somerset and Dorset Joint Railway.|
|Sassis: Sassis is a village and commune in the Hautes-Pyrénées département of south-western France.|
|Identification scheme: In metadata, an identification scheme is used to identify unique records in a set.|
|Oklahoma State Highway 71: State Highway 71 is a state highway in eastern Oklahoma. It runs from State Highway 31 in Quinton north to intersect State Highway 9 near Enterprise. It the continues north to Lake Eufaula Dam, and then turns east to end at State Highway 2. It has no lettered spur routes.|
|Sid Halley: Halley became a successful jockey, rising to become champion jockey--a status he held for "five or six years". During his early career, before he achieved success, he married Jenny Roland, daughter of retired Rear Admiral Charles Roland. The marriage produced no children and was never a great success, and while Halley was Champion Jockey, his wife gave him an ultimatum--racing or her. Halley chose racing. The two separated while Halley was still racing, and a divorce followed between the events of the first two books. Despite this, Halley had become close to Charles Roland (after a very rocky start) and the friendship persisted.|
|Balfour Currie: In 1977 he received an honorary Doctor of Science (space research) from York University.|
|Fatehsinghrao Gaekwad of Baroda: Gaekwad was the President of the Board of Control for Cricket in India from 1963-64 to 1965-66 and Vice-president from 1959-60 to 1962-63. He was the manager of the Baroda cricket association from 1960. He managed the Indian teams to England in 1959 and Pakistan in 1978-79 and 1982-83. He was only twenty nine years old when he managed the 1959 team.|
|Headlands of New Brunswick: The following 6 pages are in this category, out of 6 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
|Communications in Guinea: The following 2 pages are in this category, out of 2 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
|Daigo Matsuura: Daigo Matsuura (松浦 大悟, Daigo Matsuura? born 1969) is a Japanese politician, an independent and member of the House of Councillors in the Diet (national legislature). A native of Hiroshima Prefecture and graduate of Kobe Gakuin University, he was elected to the House of Councillors for the first time in 2007 after working as a newsreader from 1992 to 2006.|
|Columbia Music Entertainment: Columbia Music Entertainment TYO: 6791 is a Japanese record label founded in 1910 as the Nipponophone Company Co., Ltd. (Nippon Phonograph Company). It affiliated itself with the Columbia Graphophone Company of the United Kingdom and adopted the standard UK Columbia trademarks in 1931. It changed its name in 1946 to Nippon Columbia Company Limited and adopted its present name in 2002. Until 2001, it also manufactured electronic products under the Denon brand name. Outside Japan, the company operates as the Savoy Label Group which releases recordings on the SLG, Savoy Jazz and Denon labels.|