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  1. List of people by name: Ad (7741 bytes)
    3: ==Ada==
    4: === Adac - Adal ===
    5: *[[Adachi Hatazo]], (1890-1947), Lieutenant general and ...
    6: *[[Adachi Kagemori]], (died 1248), Japanese warrior
    7: *[[Adachi Morinaga]], (1135-1200), Japanese warrior
  2. Anna of Russia (5221 bytes)
    7: Anna was the daughter of [[Ivan V of Russia]], as well as the nie...
    17: ...e the bride caught a cold and died within several days.
    24: ... to cover her natural and legitimate southern boundaries which was brought to fruition by [[Catherine ...
    28: ...line of her father, [[Ivan V]], and exclude descendants of [[Peter the Great]] from inheriting the thr...
    30: ...]], [[Peter I of Russia|Peter I]]'s legitimatized daughter, managed to gain favor of populace and exil...
  3. Elizabeth of Russia (14144 bytes)
    3: ...f the [[University of Moscow]] and Shuvalov's foundation of the [[Imperial Academy of Arts|Academy of ...
    7: Elizabeth, the youngest daughter of [[Peter the Great]] and [[Catherine I of...
    9: ...e had a French governess, however, and at a later day picked up some Italian, German and Swedish, and ...
    11: It was Peter's intention to marry his second daughter to the young French king [[Louis XV]], but ...
    13: ... of Peter the Great, practically banished Peter's daughter from court. Elizabeth had inherited her fat...
  4. 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]])
    133: * [[1714]]: [[Mercury thermometer]]: [[Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit]]
    145: ...]: [[Submarine]] [[Turtle (submarine)|Turtle]]: [[David Bushnell]]
    182: ...6]]: [[Davy lamp|Miner's safety lamp]]: [[Humphry Davy]]
  5. List of painters (54090 bytes)
    8: *[[Salvador Dali]], ([[1904]]-[[1989]]), Catalan artist
    11: *[[Leonardo da Vinci]], ([[1452]]-[[1519]]), Italian painter, sc...
    29: *[[Franklin Adams]]
    45: *[[David Allan]] ([[1744]]-[[1796]])
    110: *[[David Bates (painter)|David Bates]] ([[1952]]-)
  6. Thomas Edison (20653 bytes)
    3: ...homas Alva Edison''' ([[February 11]], [[1847]] – [[October 18]], [[1931]]) was an [[United Stat...
    7: ...homas Edison bought a house in [[Fort Myers, Florida]] (Seminole Lodge) as a winter retreat. [[Henry F...
    10: ...anged. He and his family fled to Nova Scotia, Canada, settling on land the British government gave tho...
    16: ...ing. His mother had been a school teacher in Canada and happily took over the job of schooling her so...
    18: ...er to be typeset and printed on a moving train. Today, the paper is known as the Port Huron [[''Times-...
  7. Skyscraper (12706 bytes)
    3: ... for a tall mast or sail on a [[sailing ship]]. Today the word is used exclusively to refer to a tall ...
    19: This table is adapted from [http://www.emporis.com/en/bu/sk/st/tp/w...
    20: The table is up to date [[as of 2005]]. The towers of the [[World Trade...
    130: |42||[[Bank of America Plaza]]||[[Dallas]]||281 m||921 ft||72||1985 ||
  8. List of popes (77758 bytes)
    24: | rowspan="2" | <small>Betsaida, [[Galilee|Galilea]]</small>
    29: ...<small>Executed by crucifixion upside-down; feast day ([[SS Peter & Paul]]) [[29 June]], ([[Chair of P...
    36: ...small>Traditionally martyred (no evidence); Feast day [[23 September]]</small>
    43: | <small>Martyred; feast day [[26 April]]</small>
    50: | <small>Martyred; feast day [[23 November]]</small>
  9. List of sculptors (9151 bytes)
    19: *[[C├ęsar Baldaccini]]
    22: *[[Pietro da Barga]]
    58: *[[Danese Cattaneo]]
    63: *[[Eduardo Chillida]] (1924-2002)
    75: *[[Jules Dalou]] (1838 - 1902)
  10. March 20 (10075 bytes)
    1: ...alendar]] (80th in [[Leap year]]s). There are 286 days remaining.
    3: {{MarchCalendar}}
    7: *[[1413]] &ndash; [[Henry V of England|Henry V]] becomes King of...
    8: *[[1602]] &ndash; The [[Dutch East India Company]] is establishe...
    9: *[[1739]] &ndash; [[Nadir Shah]] occupies [[Delhi]] in [[India]]...
  11. 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]])
  12. List of astronomers (40322 bytes)
    8: ...arc Aaronson]] ([[United States|USA]], [[1950]] &ndash; [[1987]])
    9: ... Ogden Abell]] ([[United States|USA]], [[1927]] &ndash; [[1983]])
    10: *[[Antonio Abetti]] ([[Italy]], [[1846]] &ndash; [[1928]])
    11: *[[Georgio Abetti]] ([[Italy]], [[1882]] &ndash; [[1982]])
    12: ...reeley Abbot]] ([[United States|USA]], [[1872]] &ndash; [[1973]])
  13. List of philosophers (79981 bytes)
    14: *[[Isaac Abrabanel|Isaac ben Judah Abravanel]], (1437-1508){{fn|C}}{{fn|R}}
    15: *[[Judah Leon Abravanel|Judah ben Isaac Abravanel]], (1460?-1535?){{fn|C}}{{fn...
    19: *[[Adam Parvipontanus]], (d. 1181)
    20: *[[Marilyn McCord Adams]], (born 1943){{fn|O}}
    21: *[[Robert Adams (philosopher)|Robert Adams]], (born 1937){{fn|O}}
  14. Shinto (25829 bytes)
    4: ... practiced today, and some remain largely as everyday activities without religious connotations like [...
    7: ...od. A number of theories about the ancestors of today's Japanese people exist. These theories range fr...
    9: ...s. Following the ascendency of the ancestors of today's [[Emperor of Japan|Imperial family]] to a posi...
    11: ...hiness of the Imperial family and their divine mandate to rule.
    13: ...ddess and ancestor of the Imperial family, with [[Dainichi Nyorai]], a central manifestation of the Bu...
  15. Ottoman Empire (16587 bytes)
    14: | ''El Muzaffer Daima The Ever Victorious'' (as written in tugra)
    45: ...sition as gateway between Europe and Asia. In its day, the Ottoman Empire was also commonly referred t...
    47: ...ised an area of over [[1 E13 m?|19.9m km&sup2;]]&mdash;though much of this was under indirect control ...
    66: ...ng the [[Turkish War of Independence]] ([[1918]]&ndash;[[1923]]), and the [[Turkey|Republic of Turkey]...
    83: ...50) and the Ottoman Penal code (1858).&#8221; (Haddad, Y.Y., Byron H. and Ellison F., Eds.)
  16. Navigation (15650 bytes)
    9: ...in order to locate directions at various times of day and year, memorized extensive facts concerning:
    35: * collision avoidance using [[radar]]
    41: ...time navigation with a compass uses multiple redundant sources of position information to locate the s...
    43: ...lines of position can be measured in order to validate the results taken against other reference point...
    49: ...ured, and compared to the known angle at the same date as the known port. Local noon is easily determi...
  17. Cherokee (38956 bytes)
    27: ...[20th century]]. Today there are seven ceremonial dance grounds in Oklahoma and these either belong to...
    39: ...ow believed that a more ancient Syllabary that predated Sequoyah and may have inspired his great work ...
    46: ...m/news/nation/census/2002-02-13-indians.htm USA Today news story], which explains that the 2000 popula...
    85: ...herokee Reservation located in Arkansas, with boundaries from north of the Arkansas River up to the so...
    87: ...ibe. The US Government has ignored their pleas. Today, there are thousands of Cherokee living in Arkan...
  18. Cobalt (13481 bytes)
    1: <!-- Here is a table of data; skip past it to edit the text. -->
    5: ...2" align="center">[[iron]] &ndash; '''cobalt''' &ndash; [[nickel]]</td>
    9: <div align="right"><small>[[Periodic table (standard)|Full table]]</small></div> </table>
    38: <td>[[Oxidation state]]s ([[Oxide]]) </td><td...
    82: <th>[[Isotope|iso]]</th><th>[[natural abundance|NA]]</th><th>[[half-life]] </th><th>[[decay mo...
  19. Abraham Clark (2137 bytes)
    1: ...]]'''Abraham Clark''' ([[February 15]], [[1725]]&mdash;[[September 15]], [[1794]]) was an [[Politics o...
  20. Voltaire (48640 bytes)
    1: {{dablink|For the singer and songwriter of the same na...
    4: ...;ois-Marie Arouet''' ([[November 21]], [[1694]] &ndash; [[May 30]], [[1778]]), better known by the [[p...
    8: ...]] to Fran&ccedil;ois Arouet and Marie-Marguerite Daumart or D'Aumard. Both parents were of [[Poitou|...
    16: ...ore dangerous way of writing [[libel]]ous poems &mdash; so that his father was glad to send him to sta...
    18: ...pts have been made to show that it existed in the Daumart pedigree or in some territorial designation....

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