Recreational and competitive water sport in which a person is pulled across the surface of the water on a wakeboard , usually about 1.2 m/4 ft long
common name for some members of the Juglandaceae, a family of chiefly deciduous, resinous trees characterized by large and aromatic compound leaves.
Chemical compound of hydrogen and oxygen elements – H 2 O. It can exist as a solid (ice), liquid (water), or gas (water vapour). Water is the most
Water scarcity could become one of the most pressing natural resource issues of the twenty-first century. Earth's population has nearly tripled since
Weber, Ernst Heinrich, 1795-1878
Born : 1795, Wittenberg, Germany Died : 1878, Leipzig, Germany Nat : German Ints : Experimental psychology Educ : MD University of Wittenberg, 1815
international sport, also a training technique for athletes in other sports. From the earliest times men have lifted weights as a test of strength.
Weight management, defined as deliberate actions to reduce and maintain healthy body weight, is classified as formal and informal. Formal weight
Welch, William Henry, 1850-1934
1850–1934, American pathologist, b. Norfolk, Conn., grad. Yale (B.A., 1870), M.D. College of Physicians and Surgeons (now part of Columbia Univ.,
Even if the pursuit of well-being can be traced to the dawn of mankind—or maybe beyond, if one considers, for example, the pleasure that apes seem to
West Nile virus
microorganism and the infection resulting from it, which typically produces no symptoms or a flulike condition. The virus is a flavivirus and is