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ⓘ Continent (disambiguation)




Continent (disambiguation)
                                     

ⓘ Continent (disambiguation)

A continent is a large landmass.

The Continent is used by those on the periphery of Europe to refer the mainland.

Continent or the continent may also refer to:

                                     

1. Entertainment and media

  • Continent journal, open-access journal founded in 2010
  • The Continent film, a 2014 Chinese film
  • Continent CFCF album
  • Continents, 2013 album by The Eclectic Moniker
  • Continent The Acacia Strain album, 2008
                                     

2. Science and healthcare

  • Fecal incontinence
  • Urinary incontinence
  • Continence, ability to control excretion: see
  • Continent, in geology a synonym for Continental crust
  • Continence, Sexual abstinence
                                     
  • Dark Continent may refer to: A phrase to describe Africa Particularly Sub - Saharan Africa A phrase used in 1926 by Sigmund Freud to describe the sexual
  • Forgotten Continent may refer to: Atlantis, mythical ancient submerged continent Kumari Kandam Lemuria, hypothetical continent in the Indian Ocean. Meropis
  • A lost continent is land supposedly existing during prehistory that has since disappeared. Lost Continent or The Lost Continent may also refer to: Lost
  • The Seventh Continent can refer to: The Seventh Continent 1966 film a 1966 Croatian film The Seventh Continent 1989 film a 1989 Austrian film Sedmoi
  • The Southern Continent may refer to: Antarctica, Southernmost Continent Australia, see Down Under. South America, southern part of the Americas. Africa
  • Europe is a continent that comprises the westernmost peninsula of Eurasia extending from the Urals to the Iberian Peninsula the Scandinavian Peninsula
  • Mid - Continent Airport may refer to: Wichita Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport IATA: ICT formerly known as Wichita Mid - Continent Airport, in Wichita
  • The Northern Continent may refer to: North America. Europe, especially Scandinavia. Asia, specifically Siberia.
  • 16th century divided the world into four continents Africa, America, Asia and Europe. Each of the four continents was seen to represent its quadrant of