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  1. List of people by name: Ad (7741 bytes)
    6: *[[Adachi Kagemori]], (died 1248), Japanese warrior
    7: *[[Adachi Morinaga]], (1135-1200), Japanese warrior
    19: ...Adam, Melchior]], (died 1622), German divine and biographer.
    27: *[[Adamnan]], (625-704), Irish religious leader
    41: ...above, Civil War General and president of the [[Union Pacific Railroad]]
  2. Christina of Sweden (9364 bytes)
    1: ...[November 6]], [[1632]]) during Sweden's intervention in Germany in the [[Thirty Years' War]].
    4: ...aption><font size="+1">'''Kristina'''</font></caption>
    6: ...r valign=top><td>'''Reign'''<td>[[November 6]], [[1632]]-[[June 5]], [[1654]]
    8: <tr valign=top><td>'''Coronation'''<td>[[October 20]], [[1650]]
    10: ...e prop of the realm''") <!-- Official English version from www.royalcourt.se -->
  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...
    6: ...nly an aspect of the clear idea that drove her actions: she was determined to remain unmarried and ind...
    8: ...om became a centre for the discussion and consumption of the literary arts. In her early thirties she ...
    10: ...ess, both this and her opinions on organized religion caused her some trouble, and she was imprisoned ...
    12: ...d "We should take care to lay in a stock of provisions, but not of pleasures: these should be gathered...
  4. Maryland (22654 bytes)
    12: PostalAbbreviation = MD |
    36: ...[American Revolution]]. ''See: [[Annapolis Convention]].''
    41: ...Calvert, 2nd Baron Baltimore]], on [[June 20]], [[1632]]. The new colony was named in honour of [[Henri...
    43: ... laws that explicitly tolerated varieties of religion (as long as it was [[Christianity|Christian]]), ...
    47: ...family regained control and re-enacted the Toleration Act.
  5. St. Peter's Basilica (17805 bytes)
    2: ... [[Pope]]s have been buried there, too. Construction of the [[basilica]] began in [[1506]] and was co...
    4: ... longer used. These are the sources of the confusion.
    8: ... great basilica in this exact spot, which had previously been a cemetery for pagans as well as Christi...
    12: ...o della Porta]] continued with the unfinished portions of the church. [[Carlo Maderno]] became the chi...
    14: ...ago.edu/Thayer/E/Gazetteer/Places/Europe/Italy/Lazio/Roma/Rome/_Texts/Lanciani/LANPAC/3*.html#sec16 Ci...
  6. List of painters (54090 bytes)
    12: ...[[1840]]-[[1926]]), French [[Impressionism|impressionist]] painter
    14: ...6]]), US [[Abstract expressionism|abstract expressionist]] [[painter]]
    17: ...[[1841]]-[[1919]]), French [[Impressionism|impressionist]] painter
    31: *[[Aetion]] ([[4th century BC]])
    38: *[[Mariotto Albertinelli]] ([[1474]]-[[1515]])
  7. Cell (biology) (28190 bytes)
    2: ...cellular]], (humans have an estimated 100,000 billion = 10<sup>14</sup> cells).
    3: ...d for transmitting information to the next generation of cells.
    11: ...cessary. Each cell stores its own set of instructions for carrying out each of these activities.
    14: *Reproduction by [[cell division]].
    15: ...ecule]]s and releasing [[by-product]]s. The functioning of a cell depends upon its ability to extract...
  8. Galileo Galilei (33761 bytes)
    2: ...ficant break from that of [[Aristotle]]. In addition, his conflict with the [[Roman Catholic Church]]...
    7: ...financial reasons. However, he was offered a position on its faculty in [[1589]] and taught mathematic...
    10: ...se are the primary justifications for his description as "father of science."
    12: ...New Sciences]]'' to determine the law of acceleration of falling bodies, for instance, required accura...
    14: ...escribed by Galileo (Settle, 1961), and the precision of the results was consistent with Galileo's rep...
  9. Johannes Kepler (17038 bytes)
    2: ...r's laws of planetary motion|laws of planetary motion]]. He is sometimes referred to as "the first [[t...
    9: ...y child, but despite his ill health, he was precociously brilliant.
    11: ... of ideas, as well as an abiding religious conviction, for solace.
    15: ...nt school in Graz, Austria. He accepted the position in April of [[1594]], at the age of 23.
    23: ...not ascertain a physical cause for this. The question of snowflakes was not resolved until the [[20th ...
  10. Microscope (8708 bytes)
    8: ... microscope that uses only one lens for magnification. [[Anton van Leeuwenhoek|Van Leeuwenhoek]]'s mic...
    11: ...lamp unit providing stable, controllable illumination.
    34: ...ower of 100&times;. The actual power of magnification is the product of the powers of the ocular (usua...
    39: ... produces a [[three-dimensional]] (3-D) visualisation of the sample being examined.
    42: ...useful magnification up to 100&times;. The resolution is maximally in the order of an average 10&times...
  11. John Locke (14749 bytes)
    3: ...the [[The Age of Enlightenment|Enlightenment]] period. Locke has been placed in a group called the [[B...
    5: ==Biography==
    6: ...r completing his studies there, he obtained admission to the college of [[Christ Church, Oxford]]. The...
    8: ...ome to Oxford seeking treatment for a liver infection. Cooper was impressed with Locke and pressed him...
    12: ...tal in persuading Shaftesbury to undergo an operation (then life-threatening itself) to remove the cys...
  12. History of California (38344 bytes)
    3: ...ory of California''' begins with European exploration.
    5: ...hen with its fertile agricultural lands and prodigious oil fields, and finally with its high-technolog...
    11: ...dated to the last [[ice age]] ([[Wisconsin glaciation]]) about 13,000 years ago.
    13: ...icas|European explorers]] and [[European colonization of the Americas|settlers]] appeared, they found ...
    16: ===European exploration===
  13. Age of Enlightenment (36312 bytes)
    4: ...od in the arts, and receives contemporary application in the unity of science movement which includes ...
    6: ...au]] questioned and attacked the existing institutions of both [[Church]] and [[State]].
    8: ...ciences such as [[physics]], [[chemistry]] and [[biology]].
    10: ...n]] preceded it (if it is thought of as a long period). Furthermore, [[Romanticism]] followed the Enli...
    12: ...eptable to think of them conjoined as one long period.
  14. March 22 (9294 bytes)
    7: ...stown, Virginia]], a third of the colony's population.
    8: ...- [[Massachusetts Bay Colony]] outlaws the possession of cards, [[dice]], and gaming tables.
    9: ...pelled from [[Massachusetts Bay Colony]] for religious dissent.
    15: ...5]] - First display (a private screening) of [[motion pictures]] by [[Auguste and Louis LumiŤ≤•]].
    27: ...weden]], [[Teach-In]] wins the twentieth [[Eurovision Song Contest]] for the [[Netherlands]] singing "...
  15. List of mathematicians (37424 bytes)
    1: ...language|English]] [[alphabet]]ical [[transliteration]] order (by [[surname]]).
    71: *[[Eugenio Beltrami]] (Italy, [[1835]]-[[1900]])
    99: *[[Carlo Emilio Bonferroni]] (Italy [[1892]] - [[1960]])
    128: *[[Eugenio Calabi]], (United States)
    143: *[[Giovanni Ceva]] (Italy, [[1648]] - [[1734]])
  16. List of philosophers (79981 bytes)
    30: *[[Giorgio Agamben]]
    81: *[[Antiochus of Ascalon]], (c. 130-68 BC){{fn|C}}{{fn|O}}{...
    97: *[[Ariston of Chios]], (fl. 250 BC){{fn|R}}
    131: *[[Alain Badiou]], (born 1937)
    170: *[[Vissarion Belinsky]], (1811-1848){{fn|R}}
  17. Samuel de Champlain (12497 bytes)
    7: ...5]], [[1603]] as part of a [[fur trading]] expedition. Although he had no official assignment on the v...
    9: ...across the [[Bay of Fundy]] to found the [[Habitation at Port-Royal]] (which had been located with Cha...
    13: ...came one of his passions, which he embarked on periodically for the rest of his life.
    17: ==Relations and War with Indians==
    19: ... of 1608, Champlain attempted to form better relations with the local Indians. He made alliances with ...
  18. Cell (29541 bytes)
    2: ...cellular]], (humans have an estimated 100,000 billion = 10<sup>14</sup> cells).
    3: ...d for transmitting information to the next generation of cells.
    11: ...cessary. Each cell stores its own set of instructions for carrying out each of these activities.
    14: *Reproduction by [[cell division]].
    15: ...ecule]]s and releasing [[by-product]]s. The functioning of a cell depends upon its ability to extract...
  19. Aluminium (26079 bytes)
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  20. Anton van Leeuwenhoek (4111 bytes)
    3: ...ontributions towards the establishment of [[cell biology]]. Using his handcrafted microscope he was th...
    5: ...n Delft. ''Van Leeuwenhoek'' translates as "from lion's corner".
    7: ...erything he could and carefully noted his observations. Unfortunately, he only spoke [[Dutch language|...
    15: ...inding in microbiology. This is regarded by microbiologists as the highest honour in their field.
  21. February 22 (10772 bytes)
    6: * [[1290s BC]] - The coronation of [[Ramses II]], on whose face the sun's rays f...
    10: *[[1632]] - [[Galileo Galilei|Galileo]]'s ''[[Dialogue Co...
    12: ...a|Florida]] to the [[United States]] for five million [[United States dollar|U.S. dollars]].
    15: ...lican Party|Republican Party]] opens its first national meeting in [[Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania]].
    16: ... [[1865]] - [[Tennessee]] adopts a new [[constitution]] that abolishes [[slavery]].
  22. December 9 (7837 bytes)
    8: ...of Texas]] captures [[San Antonio, Texas|San Antonio]]
    21: ...volved in the horrors of [[Nazi human experimentation]] .
    22: ...s]] [[nuclear weapon]] secrets for the [[Soviet Union]]
    25: ... - ''[[Coronation Street]]'' first airs on televisions across the [[United Kingdom]].
    32: *[[1992]] - Separation of [[Charles, Prince of Wales]] and [[Diana, Pri...
  23. Social justice (17329 bytes)
    1: ...rest on four [[virtues]]: wisdom, courage, moderation, and justice.
    3: ...irness of a society in its divisions and distributions of rewards and burdens and, as such, the phrase...
    6: ...ng in each culture. In an ideal world, human behaviour could be improved by convincing everyone to ado...
    9: ...ns (such as farmers for food, soldiers for protection and rulers for resource management) and a willin...
    11: ...social justice is attained only through the harmonious co-operative effort of the citizens who, in the...

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