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  1. List of explorers (24013 bytes)
    8: *[[Francisco de Almeida]] ([[16th century]] [[Portuguese]] naval explorer...
    14: *[[Charles Albanel]] (1616-1696), Canada
    21: ...] naval officer, several expeditions to the [[Canada|Canadian]] [[Arctic]]
    23: ...]], first to sight the [[Pacific Ocean]], founded Darién, oldest surviving European settlement in the...
    38: *[[Saint Brendan]] - [[Ireland|Irish]] [[abbot]] who sailed the [...
  2. List of people by name: Af (1105 bytes)
    15: ...Alphonso VI of Portugal|Afonso VI of Portugal]], (1643-1683), king in 1656
  3. Anna of Austria (1601-1666) (1994 bytes)
    4: She was born in [[Valladolid]], [[Spain]], as the daughter of [[Hapsburg]] parents, [[Philip III of Sp...
    6: ...aining the regency after his death. However, in [[1643]] Parliament ratified her powers on his death. Th...
  4. Chromosome (12667 bytes)
    19: ...rotubules pull the chromatids apart, so that each daughter cell inherits one set of chromatids. Once t...
    143: | align="right" | 5 ||align="right"| 1643 ||align="right"| 180,967,295||align="right"| 177,...
    191: ...some 4. It is characterized by severe growth retardation and mental defect.
    192: ...asymmetrical skull, slanting eyes and mental retardation.
    193: ...osome 18. Symptoms include mental and motor retardation.
  5. Rhode Island (15004 bytes)
    16: LandArea = 2,709 |
    24: AdmittanceDate = [[May 29]], [[1790]] |
    25: ...Eastern Standard Time Zone|Eastern]]: [[UTC]]-5/[[Daylight saving time|-4]] |
    46: ...d [[Philip Sherman]] was the first Secretary. In 1643 [[Samuel Gorton]] founded Shawomet, which is now ...
    79: Rhode Island's agricultural vegetables, dairy products, and eggs. Its industrial outputs are...
  6. Pennsylvania (32594 bytes)
    16: LandArea = 116,074 |
    24: AdmittanceDate = [[December 12]] [[1787]] |
    25: ...Eastern Standard Time Zone|Eastern]]: [[UTC]]-5/[[Daylight saving time|-4]] |
    38: ...ing "Penn's woodlands", in honor of his father. Today, two major cities dominate the state - [[Philade...
    46: ...[USS Pennsylvania (BB-38)|USS ''Pennsylvania'']], damaged at [[Pearl Harbor]], was named in honor of t...
  7. Timeline of invention (28171 bytes)
    3: ...o a practical form. Where there is ambiguity, the date of the first practical, fielded version of the ...
    18: * 8700 BC: [[Metalworking]] ([[copper]] pendant in [[Iraq]])
    122: * [[1643]]: [[Barometer]]: [[Evangelista Torricelli]]
    133: * [[1714]]: [[Mercury thermometer]]: [[Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit]]
    145: ...]: [[Submarine]] [[Turtle (submarine)|Turtle]]: [[David Bushnell]]
  8. Meteorology (19082 bytes)
    10: ...rology'' goes back to the book ''Meteorologica'' (dating from about [[340 BC]]) by [[Aristotle]], who ...
    12: ...orricelli]]'s invention of the [[barometer]] in [[1643]]. The dependence of [[atmospheric pressure]] on ...
    14: ... the first Americans to forecast the weather on a daily basis.
    20: ...teorology)|front]]s, that is, sharply defined boundaries between air masses.
    40: ...a sufficient amount of [[Metadata (computing)|metadata]] attached and can then be conveniently retriev...
  9. Galileo Galilei (33761 bytes)
    2: ...Galilei''' ([[Pisa]], [[February 15]], [[1564]] – [[Arcetri]], [[January 8]], [[1642]]), was a [...
    14: Later research, however, has validated the experiments. The experiments on falling bo...
    26: ...e little doubt that both of them were beaten by [[David Fabricius]] and his son [[Johannes Fabricius|J...
    39: ...y'' unless a [[force]] —often [[friction]]— acts upon them, refuting the accepted Aristote...
    53: ...athematical methods were the standard ones of the day. The analyses and proofs relied heavily on the [...
  10. Isaac Newton (23339 bytes)
    2: ...sh; [[31 March]] [[1727]] by the [[Gregorian calendar]]) was an [[English (people)|English]] [[physici...
    19: ...eventually became engaged to the apothecary's stepdaughter, Anne Storey, before he went off to [[Cambr...
    25: ..., to illustrate how he drew inspiration from everyday events.
    31: ...]]. Any fellow of Cambridge or Oxford had to be ordained at the time. However the terms of the Lucasia...
    38: ... at its rear side, dispassionately noting "white, darke & coloured circles" so long as he kept stirrin...
  11. Timeline of United States pre-history (1600-1699) (5684 bytes)
    12: ...udson]], hired by the Dutch, explores the present-day [[Hudson River]]
    22: ...er]]''. They found [[Plymouth Colony]] in present-day [[Massachusetts]]; [[Mayflower Compact]] signed
    23: ...ed by the [[Dutch West India Company]] in present-day [[New York]] state
    24: ...[[New Amsterdam]] founded by the Dutch in present-day [[New York City]]
    37: *[[1639]]-[[Fundamental Agreement of the New Haven Colony]] signed
  12. Colonial America (32872 bytes)
    4: ...Colonies]]. Some historians add a fifth region – the [[frontier]] had certain unifying features...
    22: ...had apparently disappeared in the middle of their daily tasks.
    29: ...colonists to work, and befriended [[Pocahontas]], daughter of Chief [[Powhatan]], who was able to supp...
    35: ... However, because rivers and [[creek]]s were abundant, this allowed the plantations to spread out. Th...
    49: ...as known as Virginia - somewhere in the area of today's [[New York]]. Blown off course, they came ins...
  13. Ernest William Brown (1403 bytes)
    1: ...nest William Brown''' ([[November 29]] [[1866]] – [[July 22]] [[1938]]) was a British [[astronom...
    5: ...edal]] in [[1920]] and the [[James Craig Watson Medal]] in [[1936]].
    7: ...on]] is named after him, as is the [[asteroid]] [[1643 Brown]].
    11: ...onoma.edu/BruceMedalists/Brown/index.html Bruce Medal page]
    12: .../PASP./0032//0000085.000.html Awarding of Bruce Medal: PASP '''32''' (1920) 85]
  14. March 19 (9902 bytes)
    1: ...alendar]] (79th in [[leap year]]s). There are 287 days remaining.
    3: {{MarchCalendar}}
    10: ...entonville]] begins. By the end of the battle two days later the Confederate forces have retreated fro...
    14: ...gress]] establishes [[time zone]]s and approves [[daylight saving time]].
    29: ... Representatives]] begins broadcasting its day-to-day business via the cable television network [[C-SP...
  15. List of mathematicians (37424 bytes)
    14: *[[John Couch Adams]] (United Kingdom, [[1819]] - [[1892]])
    25: *[[Aleksandr Danilovich Aleksandrov]] (Russia, [[1912]] - [[1999]...
    66: *[[David Bates (physicist)|David Bates]]
    75: *[[Daniel Bernoulli]] (Switzerland, [[1700]] - [[1782]]...
    88: *[[Danilo Blanusa]], ([[Croatia]], [[1903]] - [[1987]])
  16. List of astronomers (40322 bytes)
    8: ...arc Aaronson]] ([[United States|USA]], [[1950]] – [[1987]])
    9: ... Ogden Abell]] ([[United States|USA]], [[1927]] – [[1983]])
    10: *[[Antonio Abetti]] ([[Italy]], [[1846]] – [[1928]])
    11: *[[Georgio Abetti]] ([[Italy]], [[1882]] – [[1982]])
    12: ...reeley Abbot]] ([[United States|USA]], [[1872]] – [[1973]])
  17. Rene Descartes (17976 bytes)
    1: ...closely studied from his time down to the present day. Descartes was one of the key thinkers of the S...
    6: ...n Locke|Locke]], [[George Berkeley|Berkeley]] & [[David Hume|Hume]]. Leibniz, Spinoza, and Descartes w...
    16: ...ivotal point in young Descartes' life and the foundation on which he develops analytical geometry. He...
    22: Although Descartes never married, he fathered a daughter [[Francine Descartes|Francine]], born in [[...
    24: ...ics and philosophy for the rest of his life. In [[1643]], Cartesian philosophy was condemned at the [[Ut...
  18. Robert Abbot (2381 bytes)
    5: ...ire]]. Later, he became pastor at the "extruded" Udall of St Austin's, in [[London]], where he apparen...
  19. New Sweden (3805 bytes)
    8: ...ate March 1638. They built a fort on the present-day location of the city of [[Wilmington, Delaware|W...
    10: ...ort Nya Elfsborg]] on the north bank near present-day [[Salem, New Jersey]]. In May [[1654]], the Dutc...
    18: *[[Peter Hollander Ridder]] (1640-1643)
    19: *[[Johan Bj�rnsson Printz]] (1643-1653)

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