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X & Hell

a Melbourne, Australia-based electronic/rap duo, consisting of producer/vocalist Weapon X, vocalist Ken Hell and 'DJ A-Style'Source: Wikipedia

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X Article

formally titled The Sources of Soviet Conduct, was published in Foreign Affairs magazine in July 1947Source: Wikipedia

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X band

part of the microwave region of the electromagnetic spectrumSource: Wikipedia

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X Bar X Boys

At first, a total of 2 or 3 volumes were published per year, but in 1930, it slowed to 1 book per yearSource: Wikipedia

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X BitMap

the X Window System uses X BitMap , an ASCII text monochrome image format, for storing cursor and icon bitmaps used in the X GUISource: Wikipedia

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X boat

a 16 feet (5 m) sailing dinghy designed as a safe, uncomplicated junior trainer for beginnersSource: Wikipedia

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X Brands

sometimes credited as Jay X. Brands, was an American actor of German descent known for his roles in television series and some filmsSource: Wikipedia

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X Center

a SportsCenter spin-off on ESPN/ESPN2 that focuses on the X GamesSource: Wikipedia

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X chromosome

one of the two sex-determining chromosomes in many animal species, including mammals (the other is the Y chromosome)Source: Wikipedia

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X Class

could refer toSource: Wikipedia

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X class submarine

The X class was a World War II midget submarine class built for the Royal Navy during 1943-44Source: Wikipedia

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X Clips

a compilation VHS released by X Japan on January 1, 1995Source: Wikipedia

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X Club

By 1880, the members of the X Club had prominent positions within the scientific community, and the club was highly regarded, but it was beginning to fall apartSource: Wikipedia

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X Corps

List of military corps - List of military corps by number A number of countries have Tenth, or X, CorpsSource: Wikipedia

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X Corps

a corps of the Union Army during the American Civil WarSource: Wikipedia

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X Corps

one of Pakistans 10 active Corps and one of two currently active in KashmirSource: Wikipedia

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X Corps

a British Army formation in World War I and was later reformed in 1942 during the North African campaign of World War II as part of the Eighth ArmySource: Wikipedia

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X Corps

a corps of the United States Army in World War II and the Korean WarSource: Wikipedia

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X Country

a channel on the XM Satellite Radio network that specializes in playing Progressive CountrySource: Wikipedia

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X display manager

runs as a program, that allows the starting of a session on an X server from the same or another computerSource: Wikipedia

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X Division

a high-flying, high-risk style of professional wrestling seen originally in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling and since then in various NWA member promotionsSource: Wikipedia

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X engine

a piston engine comprising twinned V-block engines horizontally-opposed to each otherSource: Wikipedia

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X Factor

the Belgian version of the British show The X Factor, started screening in late 2005 on vtmSource: Wikipedia

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X Factor

a television music talent show franchise originating in the United Kingdom, where it was devised as a replacement for the massively successful Pop Idol (Called Česko hledá SuperStar)Source: Wikipedia

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X Factor

X-Factor (Denmark) aired in January 2008 on the Danish channel DR1Source: Wikipedia

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X Factor

a successful TV show airing on prime time in ItalySource: Wikipedia

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X Factor

the Dutch version of the British show The X Factor started screening in late 2006 on RTL 4Source: Wikipedia

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X Factor

(comics), the name of three comic book series published by Marvel Comics, of which the third one is still ongoing, and features a superhero team known as X-Factor InvestigationsSource: Wikipedia

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X Factor

a compilation released in 1995Source: Wikipedia

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X Factor 1

otherwise known as XF1, was formed during the winter of 2005Source: Wikipedia

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X Font Server

(xfs) provides a standard mechanism for an X server to communicate with a font renderer, frequently one running on a remote machineSource: Wikipedia

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X Force

They were named X Force and used by General Joseph Stilwell as the spearhead of his drive to open a land route to China (the Ledo Road)Source: Wikipedia

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X Games

an annual event with a focus on extreme action sportsSource: Wikipedia

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X Games skateboarding 2004 street

including Ten of the world best skateboarders are skating outside the Staples Center in Downtown Los AngelesSource: Wikipedia

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X Games VIII

The 8th X Games were held in Philadelphia in 15 August - 19 August 2002Source: Wikipedia

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X Games XII

(12) took place on August 3-6, 2006 in Los Angeles, California at the Staples Center, Home Depot Center and Long Beach Marine StadiumSource: Wikipedia

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X Games XIII

Jake Brown lost his board on his way up the quarterpipe during a skateboard run in the Big Air contest, falling 50 feet to the floorSource: Wikipedia

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X Gon' Give It to Ya

the first single released on rapper DMX seventh album, The Definition of X: The Pick of the LitterSource: Wikipedia

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X Hits

the first greatest hits album by pop band Liberty X who split in April 2007,the album contains 10 tracks voted by fans and to be released between on October 6 2008Source: Wikipedia

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X hyperactivation

refers to the process in Drosophila by which the structural genes of the male X chromosome are transcribed at the same rate as the two X chromosomes of the female combinedSource: Wikipedia

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X Image Extension

intended to provide a powerful mechanism for the transfer and display of virtually any image on any X-capable hardwareSource: Wikipedia

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X Is Loaded

are a 4-piece rock band from Bath, EnglandSource: Wikipedia

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X Japan

a Japanese metal band formed in 1982, disbanded in 1997, reunited in 2007Source: Wikipedia

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X Japan Clips II

a compilations DVD/VHS released by X Japan on October 24, 2001Source: Wikipedia

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X Japan discography

The discography for the band X JapanSource: Wikipedia

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X Japan Returns 1993.12.30

an X Japan live DVD, released on February 29, 2008Source: Wikipedia

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X Japan Returns 1993.12.31

an X Japan live DVD, released on February 29, 2008Source: Wikipedia

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