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Ion
   is   
An Atom That Has Lost or Gained Electrons
First conceived by Michael Faraday.
Roderick MacKinnon
   won for   
Discoveries of Structural and Mechanistic Studies of Ion Channels
2003
Erwin Neher and Bert Sakmann
   won for work on   
The Function of Single Ion Channels in Cells
1991
Anion
   means   
A Negative Ion
Cation
   means   
A Positive Ion
Electrolyte
   means   
An Ion Solution That is an Electrical Conductior
Ion
   means   
Atom With an Unbalanced Electrical Charge
Caused by the loss or gain of one or more electrons.
Romania
   had a leader   
Ion Antonescu
Romania
   had the politician   
Ion Bratianu
Prime Minister
Sexploitation
   is a combination of   
Sex and Exploitation
Time of the Month
   is a euphemism for   
Menstruation
Penske Corporation
   was named after   
Roger Penske
Swiss International Air Lines
   is based in   
Switzerland
National carrier.
The Last Temptation of Christ (1988)
   is a film about   
Jesus Christ
Portrayed by Willem Dafoe
Goodrich Corporation
   was named after   
Benjamin Goodrich
Televangelist
   is a combination of   
Television and Evangelist
Foul Line
   means   
Ligne De Demarcation
French
Céline Dion
   is known as a   
Singer
Pop singer, actress, entrepreneur; b. 1968
Hanna-Barbera Productions
   was named after   
William Hanna & Joseph Barbera
Blaxploitation
   is a combination of   
Black and Exploitation
Back-Printing
   is described as   
Information Printed on the Back of a Picture
By the photofinisher.
Cocacolonization
   is a combination of   
Coca-Cola and Colonization
Orton Ceramic Foundation
   was named after   
Edward Orton, Jr.
Air Sénégal International
   is based in   
Senegal
Tourist Information Point
   is represented by   

UK road sign
X-Ecutioners
   released the album   
General Patton Vs The X-Ecutioners (2005)
Nutriology
   is the study of   
Nutrition
Guatemala
   has the anthem   
Himno Nacional De Guatemala
Guatemala national anthem
Tommy Hilfiger Corporation
   was named after   
Thomas Jacob Hilfiger
Scorpio
   is represented by   
The Scorpion
Lestat De Lioncourt
   was played by Tom Cruise in   
Interview With the Vampire (1994)
Director, Neil Jordan
Marshall Amplification
   was named after   
Jim Marshall
Dalmation
      

Ayala Corporation
   was named after   
Zobel De Ayala Family
Thay also own the 2nd biggest telco in the Philippines "Globe telecoms"
Scorpio
   constellation represents   
The Scorpion
Black Country Communion
   features   
Black Country
2010, Black Country Communion are Glenn Hughes, Joe Bonamassa, Jason Bonham and Derek Sherinian. Bonamassa is the hottest blues/rock guitarist in town presently. Derek Sherinian is a former member of the group Dream Theatre.
Underexposure
   is described as   
A Condition in Which Too Little Light Reaches the Film.
Producing a thin negative, a dark slide, or a muddy-looking print.
The Anschutz Corporation
   was named after   
Philip Anschutz
Emoticon
   is a combination of   
Emotion and Icon
Answer
   is an antonym of   
Question
Attention
   is an antonym of   
Inattention
Acceleration
   means   
Rate of Change of Velocity
"The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill"
   was released by   
Lauryn Hill
1999 - Album of the Year
Baker International - Baker Hughes
   was named after   
Reuben C. Baker
Stadium
   in Danish is   
Stadion
National Grid Plc
   has which symbol   
NGG
Mellon Financial Corporation
   was named after   
Thomas Mellon
Too Close To Heaven The Unreleased Fisherman's Blues Sessions
   featured   
Custer's Blues
2001
Lions
   ,   
Tigers, Bears
Oh My! (From the 'Wizard of Oz')
Too Close To Heaven The Unreleased Fisherman's Blues Sessions
   featured   
On My Way To Heaven
2001






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