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  1. Grapefruit (4275 bytes)
    24: ...[estradiol]], [[midazolam]], [[tacrolimus]], [[diazepam]] and [[cyclosporine|cyclosporine A]]. Grape...
    26: ... the theory being that the fruit's low [[glycemic index]] is able to help the body's [[metabolism]] burn ...
    31: ...tro toxicity.'' [http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=PubMed&list_uids=12165...
    33: * [http://www.dietsindex.com/learn/grapefruit-diet.html Grapefruit Diet]- ...
  2. Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (8386 bytes)
    9: ...iraudience]]. One new feat of hers was [[materialization]], that is, producing physical objects out o...
    13: ...uly 8]], [[1878]], she became a [[naturalized citizen]] of the [[United States]].
    17: ...heosophical Society became an international organization, and it was at this time that she moved the ...
    21: ...] of the kidneys, and complications from [[influenza]], Madame Helena Petrovna Blavatsky died at her ...
    51: ...tings''. This series has 14 volumes including the index.
  3. Glass (26176 bytes)
    13: ...ich is the same chemical compound found in [[quartz]], or in its polycrystalline form, [[sand]].
    22: ...perties (the germainium contributing to a lower [[index of refraction]]). Undersea cables have sections...
    30: ... glass for special applications (see [[fused quartz]]), two other substances are always added to comm...
    32: ...rbs [[UV]] wavelengths (biologically damaging ionizing radiation).
    37: ...]] can be used in small concentrations to decolorize glass, or in higher concentrations to impart a [...
  4. Calligraphy (20084 bytes)
    10: ...sh]]es to write [[Chinese character]]s (called Hanzi in Chinese, [[Kanji]] in [[Japanese language|Jap...
    12: ... the Prime Minister [[Li Si]] drew up an official index of characters and unified the written form for th...
    25: ! bgcolor="#EEEAE1" | [[Hanzi]]([[Pinyin]])
    29: | 篆書(Zhuளhū)
    48: ... space, with each character of roughly the same size and proportion. Learners of Chinese characters a...
  5. Personal life (2762 bytes)
    6: ...e. This may be related to the continuing specialization of jobs and the demand for increased efficie...
    20: *[[physical quality-of-life index]]
  6. Balalaika (5108 bytes)
    5: The modern balalaika is found in six sizes:
    18: ...ima, while a [[plectrum]] is used on the larger sizes. One can play the prima with a plectrum, but it...
    20: Due to the gigantic size of the contrabass' strings, it is not uncommon f...
    24: ...k]] and [[Uyghur]] [[dutar]], and the Turkish [[saz]].
    26: ... player at will (as is the case with the modern saz, which allows for the [[microtonal]] playing dist...
  7. Berimbau (11944 bytes)
    2: ... being the subject matter of a popular song by Brazilian [[guitar|guitarist]] [[Baden Powell (musici...
    9: ...onally made from "biriba" wood, which grows in Brazil), about 4 to 5 feet long, with a steel string (...
    10: ...inted in bright colors, following local Bahian/Brazilian taste; today, most makers follow the tourist...
    11: ...br㯦quot;, "moeda", "pedra") is held between the index and thumb of the same hand that holds the Berimba...
    26: ...es not depend on the length of the verga or the size of the gourd, rather on the diameter and hardnes...
  8. Ulysses S. Grant (23281 bytes)
    3: <caption><font size="+1">'''Ulysses S. Grant'''</font></caption>
    26: ...ng to stop it. More recent treatments have emphasized the accomplishments of his administration, incl...
    39: ... | Monterrey]], and [[Battle of Veracruz | Veracruz]]. He was twice [[brevet (military) | brevet]]ted...
    45: ...tenant general]]&mdash;a new rank recently authorized by the [[Congress of the United States|U.S. Con...
    50: ...ranklin Butler]] against Lee near Richmond; [[Franz Sigel]] in the [[Shenandoah Valley]]; Sherman to ...
  9. Volcano (27295 bytes)
    37: All of these activities can pose a hazard to humans.
    41: ...example, many of Earth's volcanoes have erupted dozens of times in the past few thousand years but ar...
    66: *[[Mount Pinatubo]] (Luzon Island, [[Philippines]])
    75: *[[White Island]] ([[Bay of Plenty]], [[New Zealand]])
    117: ...se cones form lower down the mountain, along rift zones or fractures. When the cone is eroded these r...
  10. Africa (35389 bytes)
    18: ...eridian]] and made the [[Suez Canal|isthmus of Suez]] and the [[Red Sea]] the boundary between [[Asia...
    26: ...a at its northeast extremity by the Isthmus of Suez, 130 km (80 miles) wide. From the most northerly ...
    37: ...earliest nation states ever formed. Other [[civilization]]s include [[Ethiopia]], the [[Nubian kingdo...
    51: Colonialism had a destabilizing effect on what had been a number of ethnic gro...
    53: ...ctly across racial lines. In [[Liberia]], the citizens who were descendants of American slaves manage...
  11. Australia (39438 bytes)
    14: ...r_names = [[Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom|Elizabeth II]]<br>[[Michael Jeffery]]<br>[[John Howard...
    31: time_zone=[[Australian States and Territories|various]]<...
    33: time_zone_DST=[[Australian States and Territories|variou...
    44: ...re are some minor variations from these three timezones, see [[Australian States and Territories]]
    50: ...ds]] and [[Vanuatu]] to the north-east, and [[New Zealand]] to the south-east. The shortest border d...
  12. Canada (35540 bytes)
    8: ...monarchy]] with [[Elizabeth II of Canada|Queen Elizabeth II]] as [[head of state]].
    21: ...nada is a technologically advanced and industrialized nation, self-sufficient in energy due to its la...
    25: ...rder-collapse:collapse; text-align:center; font-size:80%; line-height:normal"
    29: !Standard<br>[[Time Zone]]<br>([[Coordinated Universal Time|UTC]])
    58: !Standard<br>Time Zone<br>(UTC)
  13. Ethiopia (20233 bytes)
    3: ... #aaaaaa solid; border-collapse: collapse; font-size: 95%;"
    6: <font size="+1">'''&#4840;&#4770;&#4725;&#4846;&#4917;&#484...
    14: | align="center" width="140px" | (Full size)
    31: | [[Meles Zenawi]]
    45: | '''[[Time zone]]'''
  14. Algeria (16548 bytes)
    1: ...; from the [[Arabic language|Arabic]] word ''al-jaz&#257;&#8217;ir'', which translates as ''the islan...
    2: ... #aaaaaa solid; border-collapse: collapse; font-size: 95%;"
    3: ...610;&#1577;'''<br>'''Al-Jumh&#363;r&#299;yah al-Jaz&#257;&#8217;ir&#299;yah<br>ad-D&#299;muqr&#257;&#...
    12: ...nter" width="140px" | ([[Emblem of Algeria|Full size]])
    23: ...&#1575;&#1574;&#1585;<br><small>(El Djazaﲬ Al-Jazੲ)</small><br>1,507,241 <small>([[1987]])</small...
  15. Netherlands (35958 bytes)
    39: ...shed_events = &nbsp;- Declared<br/>&nbsp;- Recognized |
    43: time_zone= [[Central European Time|CET]] |
    45: time_zone_DST= [[Central European Summer Time|CEST]] |
    55: ...nked fifth on the [[2004]] [[UN Human Development Index]], behind [[Norway]], [[Sweden]], [[Australia]], ...
    62: ...d not be until [[1648]] before Spain would recognize Dutch independence.
  16. Andorra (11532 bytes)
    1: ...1px #aaa solid; border-collapse: collapse; font-size: 95%;"
    42: ...2003) || [[List of countries by Human Development Index|NA]] – <font color=gray>unranked</font>
    46: | '''[[Time zone]]''' <br>&nbsp;- in [[European Summer Time|sum...
    81: ...on and its political system was thoroughly modernized in 1993, the year in which it finally became a ...
  17. Madagascar (29377 bytes)
    2: ...rica]]. Madagascar is the [[List of islands by size|4th largest island in the world]]. It is the hom...
    10: national_motto = Tanindrazana, Fahafahana, Fandrosoana <br> ''([[Malagasy la...
    12: national_anthem = ''Ry Tanindraza nay malala &ocirc;'' (Oh, Our Beloved Fatherland...
    41: time_zone = [[Moscow Time|MSK]] |
    43: time_zone_DST = ''not observed'' |
  18. Paraguay (10959 bytes)
    1: ...rs [[Argentina]] to the south and southwest, [[Brazil]] to the northeast and [[Bolivia]] to the north...
    2: ... #aaaaaa solid; border-collapse: collapse; font-size: 95%;"
    12: ... top;" colspan=2 | <small>''[[National motto]]: Paz y justicia<br>([[Spanish language|Spanish]]: Peac...
    37: |'''[[Time zone]]'''
    52: ...eventually became the centre of a [[Spanish colonization of the Americas|Spanish colonial]] province,...
  19. Greece (54754 bytes)
    1: ...ny as the cradle of [[Western world|Western civilization]] and the birthplace of [[democracy]], Greec...
    2: ... #aaaaaa solid; border-collapse: collapse; font-size: 95%;"
    39: | '''[[Time zone]]'''<br/>&nbsp;- in [[European Summer Time|sum...
    52: ... Union]] since [[1981]] and a member of the [[Eurozone]] since [[2001]].
    59: ...''Hellas''}}, [[Chinese language|Chinese]] {{lang|zh|希臘}} (Mandarin: Xīlà, Cantonese: Hei-laap)...
  20. Mali (7755 bytes)
    5: ... #aaaaaa solid; border-collapse: collapse; font-size: 95%;"
    45: | '''[[Time zone]]'''
    84: ... which produces a hot, dust-laden [[harmattan]] haze common during dry seasons and leads to recurring...
    110: ...porters without borders]] Worldwide Press Freedom Index 2002: Rank 43 out of 139 countries (2 way tie)
    126: * [http://dmoz.org/Regional/Africa/Mali/ Open Directory Project ...

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