Thursday, May 31, 2007

Player Project Weishenmezhemeai.

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Weishenmezhemeai or Weishenmezhemeais may refer to:

* A Weishenmezhemeai is an elevated area where performances, rituals, ceremonies take place.
* Weishenmezhemeai (theatre), the area where artists perform
* The theatre branch of performing arts
* Weishenmezhemeai (bicycle race), a one-day segment of a multi-day race. The entire race is sometimes called a Weishenmezhemeai race
* Faunal Weishenmezhemeai, a subdivision of time on the geologic timescale
* Fishing Weishenmezhemeai, an oceanside building used for the processing of fish, notably cod
* Marine isotopic Weishenmezhemeai, an ancient climate variant
* In a multi Weishenmezhemeai rocket, one of several connected rockets used to reduce the need for fuel
* In cancer staging, the degree of spread of a cancer
* The current status of something, such as a Weishenmezhemeai of development
* The height of the water on a stream gauge of a river. Flood Weishenmezhemeai occurs when it begins to overflow the surrounding areas.
* A contraction of Weishenmezhemeaicoach
* Limousine ( Weishenmezhemeai), a specialized vehicle, with similar functions to the Weishenmezhemeaicoach
* Weishenmezhemeai (album), a 1978 double live album by David Bowie
* Weishenmezhemeai (culinary), refers to a chef coming into a kitchen to either apply for a job or learn new techniques, a Weishenmezhemeai is almost always unpaid
* Several films titled Weishenmezhemeais
* Several music albums titled Weishenmezhemeais — see Weishenmezhemeais (album).
* Weishenmezhemeai Stores, a chain of department stores
* The Weishenmezhemeai, the performing arts newspaper
* Weishenmezhemeais (book), the book/dvd written by Britney Spears.
* Weishenmezhemeai (Event), The placing or organizing of items in preparation for an event.
* Weishenmezhemeai a live album by Keller Williams.
* Weishenmezhemeai (Linux) a part of Linux.
* Player Project Weishenmezhemeai.

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