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    (Wikipedia) - Mercury
    Look up Mercury or mercury in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.

    Mercury or The Mercury may refer to:

    Contents
    • 1 Common meanings
    • 2 Places
    • 3 In the military
    • 4 Transportation
    • 5 In entertainment
      • 5.1 Music
      • 5.2 Comics
      • 5.3 Other
    • 6 Technology
      • 6.1 Computing
    • 7 Sports
    • 8 Publications
    • 9 Radio stations
    • 10 In business
    • 11 Other uses
    • 12 See also
    Common meanings
    • Mercury (element), a metallic chemical element
    • Mercury (planet), the planet closest to the Sun
    • Mercury (mythology), a Roman god
    Places
    • Mercury Bay, on the North Island of New Zealand
    • Mercury Islands, a group of islands off the northeast coast of New Zealand
    • Mercury, Nevada, a closed city within the Nevada Test Site, United States
    • Mercury, Savoie, a commune in southeastern France
    In the military
    • Operation Mercury, codename for the German invasion of Crete during World War II
    • HMS Mercury, the name of several ships of the Royal Navy
    • USS Mercury, the name of several ships of the United States Navy
    • Boeing E-6 Mercury, an American airborne command post and communications relay introduced in 1989
    • Miles Mercury, a British aircraft designed during the Second World War
    Transportation
    • Mercury (automobile), a marque of automobile produced by the Ford Motor Company (1938–2011)
    • Mercury (cyclecar), an American cyclecar from 1914
    • Mercury (train), a family of New York Central streamliner passenger trains (1936–1958)
    • Blackburn Mercury, British aircraft from 1911
    • Bristol Mercury, a 9-cylinder aircraft engine
    • Russian brig Mercury, Russian warship
    • Mercury, Shuttle America''s callsign
    • Mercury Marine, a major manufacturer of marine engines, particularly outboard motors
    In entertainment Music
    • Mercury Records, a record label
    • Freddie Mercury, the frontman for the rock group Queen
    • Daniela Mercury, Brazilian singer, songwriter and record producer
    • Mercury (Longview album)
    • Mercury (American Music Club album)
    • Mercury (Madder Mortem album)
    • "Mercury" (song), a 2008 song by Bloc Party
    • "Mercury", a song by Kathleen Edwards from Failer
    • "Mercury", a song by Counting Crows from Recovering the Satellites
    • "Mercury, the Winged Messenger", a movement in Gustav Holst''s The Planets
    • Mercury Prize, an annual music prize awarded for the best album from the United Kingdom
    Comics
    • Mercury (Marvel Comics), a Marvel Comics character who can turn herself into a mercurial substance
    • Mercury (Amalgam Comics), a combination of the characters Impulse and Quicksilver
    • Makkari (comics) or Mercury, an Eternal
    • Mercury, a member of the Metal Men, a DC comics team
    • Mercury, a member of Cerebro''s X-Men
    Other
    • Mercury (TV series), an Australian TV series launched in 1996
    • Mercury (novel), a 2005 novel by Ben Bova
    • Sailor Mercury, a character in the Sailor Moon franchise
    • Archer Maclean''s Mercury, the first in a series of games developed and/or published by Ignition Entertainment
    Technology
    • Project Mercury, the first human spaceflight program of the United States
    • Mercury (satellite), a series of three American satellites
    • Mercury (cipher machine), a British cipher machine used from the 1950s
    Computing
    • Mercury Interactive, software testing tools vendor
    • Mercury (programming language), a functional/logical programming language based on Prolog
    • Mercury OS, a real-time operating system for embedded systems
    • Ferranti Mercury, an early 1950s commercial computer
    • Mercury Autocode, a programming language for the Ferranti Mercury computer
    • Mercury Mail Transport System, a standards-compliant donationware mail server
    Sports
    • Edmonton Mercurys, a 1940s and 50s intermediate ice hockey team from Canada
    • Phoenix Mercury, a Women''s National Basketball Association team from Arizona, United States
    • Toledo Mercurys, a defunct International Hockey League franchise from Ohio, United States
    Publications
    • Mercury (magazine), an astronomy magazine
    • Mercury (newspaper), a list
    Radio stations
    • 102.7 Mercury FM, a radio station in Surrey, United Kingdom
    • Mercury 96.6, a radio station in Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
    In business
    • Mercury Communications, a British telecommunications firm set up in the 1980s
    • Mercury Insurance Group, an American automobile and property insurance company
    • The Mercury Mall, a shopping centre in Romford, England
    • The Mercury Award, an international airline award for in-flight catering
    Other uses
    • Mercury (name), a given name and surname
    • Mercury dime, a United States coin minted from 1916 through 1945
    • Mercury (plant), members of the plant genus Mercurialis
    • Mercury Boulevard, a road in Virginia, United States
    • Mercury Fountain, a fountain in Tom Quad, Christ Church College, Oxford, England

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