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  1. List of people by name: Ac (3800 bytes)
    5: *[[Louis Acaries|Acaries, Louis]], (born 1954), boxer, former world title ...
    10: *[[Archibald Acheson, 2nd Earl of Gosford|Acheson, Archibald]] (1776-1849), 2nd Earl of Gosford
    11: *[[Dean Acheson|Acheson, Dean]], (1893-1971), USA Secretary
    12: *[[Edward Goodrich Acheson|Acheson, Edward Goodrich]] (1856-1931)
    13: *[[Kenny Acheson|Acheson, Kenny]] (born 1957)
  2. Maria Theresa of Austria (8450 bytes)
    1: ...[[1780]]. Also see [[Maria Theresa of Spain]], a less known relative of hers, who was the queen consor...
    3: ... Hungary and Bohemia, Archduchess of Austria, Duchess of Parma, Piacenza, and Guastalla]]
    4: ...emia]] from [[1740]] to [[1780]]. She became empress when her husband was elected [[Holy Roman Empire...
    6: ...arles' death ([[1740]]) the [[War of Austrian Succession]] began.
    8: ...ne]] with whom she had sixteen children. Her youngest daughter was [[Marie Antoinette]] who would be p...
  3. Elizabeth of Russia (14144 bytes)
    1: ...s.jpg|thumb|270px|H.I.M. Yelizaveta Petrovna, Empress and Autocrat of all the Russias (1709-62)]]
    3: ...[[St Petersburg]]. Generally, she was one of the best loved Russian monarchs, because she didn't allow...
    5: ==Life before becoming Empress==
    7: Elizabeth, the youngest daughter of [[Peter the Great]] and [[Catherine ...
    9: ...es with more fluency than accuracy. From her earliest years she delighted every one by her extraordina...
  4. Wisteria (4864 bytes)
    7: {{Taxobox_ordo_entry | taxon = [[Fabales]]}}
    13: ...vision | color = lightgreen | plural_taxon = Species}}
    18: ...or [[Counter-clockwise|counter-clockwise]] ([[Chinese Wisteria|''Wisteria sinensis'']]) round any avai...
    20: ... of some species are fragrant, most notably [[Chinese Wisteria|''Wisteria sinensis'']]. The [[seed]]s ...
    22: ...nsylvania]]. As a consequence, the name is sometimes given as "''Wistaria''", but the spelling ''Wiste...
  5. Carpet (15753 bytes)
    1: ...ficant numbers of [[Persian rug]]s introduced to Western Europe.
    3: ...at is loose-laid, most often for decorative purposes.
    7: == Carpet types ==
    8: ...[Image:Swatches of carpet 1.jpg|thumb|250px|Swatches of machine-made carpet]]
    10: ...k]], [[plain weave]], and [[tapestry weave]]. Types of European flatwoven carpets include Venetian, D...
  6. John Adams (18716 bytes)
    1: {{Infobox President | name=John Adams
    4: | order=2nd President
    15: | party=[[United States Federalist Party|Federalist]]
    16: | vicepresident=[[Thomas Jefferson]]
    18: ...dams]], was the sixth President of the United States ([[1825]]–[[1829]]).
  7. Great Pyramid of Giza (20454 bytes)
    1: ...been found buried in an Egyptian pyramid, it is presumed by egyptologists to have been built as a tomb...
    3: ...jpg|thumb|333px|Great Pyramid of Giza. Image courtesy of
    5: == Pictures of the Great Pyramid ==
    6: ...ncient_Civilizations/Ancient_Egypt/Pyramids Pictures of the Great Pyramid]
    9: ...th century BC|2580 BC]]; it is the oldest and largest of the three great pyramids in the [[Giza Necrop...
  8. Vermont (39851 bytes)
    10: LargestCity = [[Burlington, Vermont|Burlington]] |
    30: HighestElev = 1,339 |
    32: LowestElev = 29 |
    36: ...New Hampshire]] to the east, [[New York]] to the west, and the [[Canada|Canadian]] province of [[Quebe...
    38: ...[[Montpelier, Vermont|Montpelier]], while the largest city is [[Burlington, Vermont|Burlington]].
  9. List of people by name: Q (4474 bytes)
    10: ...ters of Fiji|Prime Minister]] of [[Fiji]] (2000-present)
    23: ...uant|Quant, Mary]], (born 1934), British fashion designer
    26: ...ntrill, William]], [[United States]] [[United States Civil War|Civil War]]
    29: *[[Francis Quarles|Quarles, Francis]], (1592-1644), poet
    35: ... Quayle, (1947-), US politician and former Vice President
  10. Seven Years' War (11256 bytes)
    3: ...name "Seven Years' War" is used in the United States to refer only to the [[Europe]]an portions of the...
    5: ... and Austria is called the [[Silesian Wars|3rd Silesian War]].
    8: ...ces]] and to forge new [[Military alliance|alliances]].
    10: ...d Britain to focus her soldiers towards her colonies.
    12: ...e of the soldiers had gained her their undivided respect.
  11. List of painters (54090 bytes)
    12: ..., ([[1840]]-[[1926]]), French [[Impressionism|impressionist]] painter
    14: ...1956]]), US [[Abstract expressionism|abstract expressionist]] [[painter]]
    17: ..., ([[1841]]-[[1919]]), French [[Impressionism|impressionist]] painter
    33: *[[Jacques-Laurent Agasse]] ([[1767]]-[[1848]])
    42: *[[Mikolas Ales]] ([[1852]]-[[1913]])
  12. Electronic musical instrument (4501 bytes)
    1: ...trument''' is a [[musical instrument]] that produces its sounds using [[electronics]]. In contrast, th...
    3: ... Simple electronic musical instruments are sometimes called [[sound effect]]s; the border between soun...
    5: ...ety of compositions using electronic horns, whistles, and tape. Most notably, he wrote [[Po譥 ɬectro...
    7: ...sical instruments are now widely used in most styles of music.
    10: ...]] by the Frenchman Jean-Baptiste de Laborde in [[1761]].
  13. American Revolution (17069 bytes)
    1: ...on was claimed by [[Spain]]. Note that this map does not show the bulk of [[British North America]] of...
    2: ...nd the creation of the [[United States|United States of America]]. The [[American Revolutionary War]] ...
    4: ...rrent interpretations fall somewhere in between these two positions.
    10: ...ost white colonists in America considered themselves loyal subjects of the British Crown, with the sam...
    16: ...separation of church and state]] and other liberties.
  14. Venus (planet) (31010 bytes)
    1: ...with an [[eccentricity (orbit)|eccentricity]] of less than 1%.
    3: ...t is visible in dark skies it is by far the brightest [[star]]-like object in the sky.
    5: ...ts symbol is a stylized representation of the goddess Venus's hand mirror: a circle with a small cross...
    7: ...omes from [[Cythera]]. Other less common adjectives include ''Venerean'' and ''Veneran''.
    9: ...inese]], [[Korea|Korean]], and [[Japan]]ese cultures refer to the planet as the ''Metal Star'', based ...
  15. January 17 (12233 bytes)
    6: ...egotiations with [[Charles I of England|King Charles I]] and thereby setting the scene for the second ...
    7: ...ian]] army at [[Falkirk]] in his ultimately unsuccessful campaign to recover the throne for the [[Jaco...
    8: * [[1773]] - Captain [[James Cook]] becomes the first explorer to cross the [[Antarctic Circl...
    9: ...dier General [[Daniel Morgan]] defeat British forces under Lieutenant Colonel [[Banastre Tarleton]] at...
    11: ...recognizes the independence of the [[Boer]] colonies of the [[Transvaal]].
  16. History of India (31279 bytes)
    5: ...Madhya Pradesh]] are found the earliest known traces of human life in [[India]]: [[Stone Age]] rock sh...
    8: ...om [[Central Asia]] followed, with the successive establishment in northern India of the [[Indo-Greek]...
    11: ...|philosophy]] flourished under the patronage of these kings.
    14: ...indigenous kingdoms remained in or rose to power, especially in the relatively sheltered south, where ...
    17: ... [[Sanchi|Sanchi stupa]] in Sanchi, [[Madhya Pradesh]] built by emperor [[Ashoka]] in the 3rd century...
  17. List of mathematicians (37424 bytes)
    16: *[[Maria Gaetana Agnesi]] (Italy, [[1718]] - [[1799]])
    18: *[[Ahmes]] (Egypt, roughly around [[17th century BC]])
    23: *[[Giacomo Albanese]] (Italy, Brazil)
    31: *[[Anthemius of Tralles]] (Constantinople c. [[474]] - c. [[534]])
    36: *[[Archimedes]] (Syracuse, [[287 BC|287 B.C.]] - [[212 BC|212 B...
  18. List of astronomers (40322 bytes)
    8: *[[Marc Aaronson]] ([[United States|USA]], [[1950]] – [[1987]])
    9: *[[George Ogden Abell]] ([[United States|USA]], [[1927]] – [[1983]])
    12: *[[Charles Greeley Abbot]] ([[United States|USA]], [[1872]] – [[1973]])
    13: *[[Charles Hitchcock Adams]] ([[United States|USA]], [[1868]] – [[1951]])
    15: *[[Walter Sydney Adams]] ([[United States|USA]], [[1876]] – [[1956]])
  19. List of philosophers (79981 bytes)
    16: *[[Alessandro Achillini]], (1463-1512)
    26: *[[Aedesius]], (d. 355)
    27: *[[Aenesidemus]], (1st century BC){{fn|R}}
    44: *[[Alcibiades]], (c. 450-404 BC)
    51: *[[Alexander of Hales]], (d. 1245){{fn|C}}{{fn|R}}
  20. Chromium (13677 bytes)
    5: ...vanadium]] &ndash; '''chromium''' &ndash; [[manganese]]</td>
    16: <td>[[Chemical series]] </td><td>[[transit...
    22: ...lign="center" bgcolor="#ffc0c0">'''Atomic properties'''</th></tr>
    38: ...gn="center" bgcolor="#ffc0c0">'''Physical properties'''</th></tr>
    48: <td>[[Mohs hardness scale|Hardness]]</td><td>8.5</td></tr>

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