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  1. List of people by name: Ad (7741 bytes)
    40: ...07-1886), grandson of John Adams, son of John Quincy Adams, US congressman, ambassador
    59: *[[John Quincy Adams|Adams, John Quincy]], (1767-1848), sixth President of the United Sta...
    88: *[[Lancelot Addison|Addison, Lancelot]], (1632-1703), Reverend
    111: *[[Gustavus Adolphus|Adolphus, Gustavus]], (1594-1632), King of Sweden
  2. Christina of Sweden (9364 bytes)
    1: ...ttle of L?(1632)|Battle of L?] ([[November 6]], [[1632]]) during Sweden's intervention in Germany in the...
    6: ...r valign=top><td>'''Reign'''<td>[[November 6]], [[1632]]-[[June 5]], [[1654]]
    31: ...n 1644 the principal member of the governing regency council. As ruler, Christina resisted demands fro...
    39: ...empt for the Protestant religion. Her foreign policy was flighty to the verge of foolishness. She cont...
    46: ...left her large and important library to the [[Papacy]] on her death ([[April 19]], [[1689]]).
  3. Ninon de l'Enclos (3420 bytes)
    4: ...cknamed "Ninon" by her father at an early age. In 1632 her father was exiled from France after a duel, a...
  4. Maryland (22654 bytes)
    41: ...Calvert, 2nd Baron Baltimore]], on [[June 20]], [[1632]]. The new colony was named in honour of [[Henri...
    111: ** [[Environmental Protection Agency]] (EPA)
    120: ** [[National Security Agency]] (NSA)
    171: .... Nevertheless, the Crown later reversed that policy and discouraged the practice of Catholicism in Ma...
    300: ...://www.newadvent.org/cathen/09755b.htm Catholic Encyclopedia article]
  5. St. Peter's Basilica (17805 bytes)
    97: ... Lorenzo Bernini|Bernini]] between [[1624]] and [[1632]]. The baldachin was built to fill the space bene...
  6. List of painters (54090 bytes)
    302: *[[Boleslaw Cybis]] ([[1895]]-[[1957]])
    303: *[[Jan Cybis]] ([[1897]]-[[1972]])
    304: *[[Cydney]] ([[1909]]-[?])
    484: *[[Maurycy Gottlieb]] ([[1856]]-[[1879]])
    520: *[[Tracy Harris]] ([[1958]]-)
  7. Cell (biology) (28190 bytes)
    32: ...hondrion|mitochondria]], (10) [[vacuole]], (11) [[cytoplasm]], (12) [[lysosome]], (13) [[centriole]]s]...
    34: ...f the cell]]. Inside the membrane, a [[salt]]y [[cytoplasm]] takes up most of the cell volume. All...
    39: The cytoplasm of a eukaryotic cell is surrounded by a ''...
    41: ===Cytoskeleton - a cell's scaffold===
    42: ''Main article:'' [[Cytoskeleton]]
  8. Galileo Galilei (33761 bytes)
    45: ...ound to the spacing of the chisel's skips (frequency).
    47: In his [[1632]] [[Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Syste...
    97: The ''Dialogues'' were published in [[1632]] with the approval of Catholic censors. It was a...
    99: ...able residence of the Tuscan [[Ambassador (diplomacy)|ambassador]], as a favor to the influential Gran...
    103: ...rough pride in writing the book, and asked for mercy in light of his age and ill health.
  9. Johannes Kepler (17038 bytes)
    58: In [[1632]], only two years after his death, his grave was ...
  10. Microscope (8708 bytes)
    56: [[Anton van Leeuwenhoek]] (1632-1723) is generally credited with bringing the mic...
    89: * [http://www.ecoscope.com/cybermic/index.htm virtual microscope on plankton]
  11. John Locke (14749 bytes)
    3: '''John Locke''' ([[August 29]] [[1632]]&ndash;[[October 28]] [[1704]]) was a [[17th cen...
    6: ...out ten miles from [[Bristol]], [[England]], in [[1632]]. His father, a lawyer, served as a captain of ...
    12: ...tion (then life-threatening itself) to remove the cyst. Shaftesbury survived and prospered, crediting ...
    18: ...hy and parliamentary democracy were in their infancy during Locke's time.
    45: ...ocke's constitution set up a feudal-type aristocracy, in which eight barons would own 40 percent of th...
  12. History of California (38344 bytes)
    45: ...t of the [[Confederate States of America|Confederacy]], flew briefly and unofficially in the state cap...
    50: ...e's territorial claims and challenge to the [[Papacy]] and the Spanish crown is that his port was foun...
    62: * [[1632]]: [[Francisco Ortega]]
  13. Age of Enlightenment (36312 bytes)
    18: ... previous basic notions of the sources of legitimacy.
    37: ...lightenment thinking began in France with the [[Encyclop├ędistes]]. The premise of their enterprise wa...
    64: ...hisms, largely along political control of the papacy, but along doctrinal lines between Roman Catholic...
    68: ...ce in the development of [[liberalism]], [[democracy]] and constitutional government which followed.
    79: ...ditions, and therefore analogized itself to the Encyclopediasts and other philosophes. A variety of 20...
  14. March 22 (9294 bytes)
    87: *[[1967]] - [[Mario Cipollini]], cyclist
    96: ...[Jean Baptiste Lully]], French [[composer]] (b. [[1632]])
  15. List of mathematicians (37424 bytes)
    793: *[[Christopher Wren]] (England, [[1632]] - [[1723]])
  16. List of philosophers (79981 bytes)
    96: *[[Aristippus|Aristippus the Elder of Cyrene]], (c. 435-366 BC){{fn|O}}{{fn|R}}
    244: *[[Percy Williams Bridgman]], (1882-1961){{fn|O}}{{fn|R}}
    308: *[[Nancy Cartwright (philosopher)|Nancy Cartwright]] (born 1943){{fn|O}}
    413: *[[Cyril of Alexandria]], (376-444)
    442: *[[Demetrius the Cynic]]
  17. Samuel de Champlain (12497 bytes)
    57: ... until the [[treaty of Saint-Germain-en-Laye]] in 1632 that Quebec was given back to France and on [[Mar...
  18. Cell (29541 bytes)
    32: ...hondrion|mitochondria]], (10) [[vacuole]], (11) [[cytoplasm]], (12) [[lysosome]], (13) [[centriole]]s]...
    34: ...f the cell]]. Inside the membrane, a [[salt]]y [[cytoplasm]] takes up most of the cell volume. All...
    39: The cytoplasm of a eukaryotic cell is surrounded by a ''...
    41: ===Cytoskeleton - a cell's scaffold===
    42: ''Main article:'' [[Cytoskeleton]]
  19. Aluminium (26079 bytes)
    17: {{Elementbox_vaporpressure_katpa | 1482 | 1632 | 1817 | 2054 | 2364 | 2790 | comment= }}
    99: ...ling into the public consciousness. Sources for recycled aluminium include automobiles, windows and do...
  20. Anton van Leeuwenhoek (4111 bytes)
    3: '''Anton van Leeuwenhoek''' ([[October 24]], [[1632]] - [[August 26]], [[1723]]) was a tradesman and ...

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