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  1. Marguerite de Valois (5364 bytes)
    4: ... II]] and [[Catherine de' Medici]]. Three of her brothers became kings of France: [[Francis II of Fra...
    6: ...[[Henry IV of France|Henri IV]]), the son of the Protestant [[Jeanne d'Albret]], Queen of Navarre, a m...
    8: ...reported that during the ceremony, the bride and groom stared straight ahead, never looking at each ot...
    12: ...i III in the castle of [[Usson]], in [[Auvergne (province)|Auvergne]], where she spent eighteen years....
    14: ...t scandalized the population. The beautiful and strong-minded Marguerite took many lovers, notably [[J...
  2. Maryland (22654 bytes)
    11: Governor = [[Robert L. Ehrlich]] |
    41: ...was granted to his son, [[C棩lius Calvert, 2nd Baron Baltimore]], on [[June 20]], [[1632]]. The new ...
    45: ..., and the [[William Penn|Penn family]], which controlled Pennsylvania, engaged two surveyors, [[Charle...
    47: ...d until 1658 when the Calvert family regained control and re-enacted the Toleration Act.
    51: In 1708 the seat of government was moved to Providence, renamed Annapolis in honor of [[Anne of G...
  3. John Locke (14749 bytes)
    2: ...age provided by [http://classroomclipart.com Classroom Clip Art]]]
    3: ...lightenment]] period. Locke has been placed in a group called the [[British Empiricists]], which inclu...
    6: ...n in [[Wrington]], [[Somerset]], about ten miles from [[Bristol]], [[England]], in [[1632]]. His fath...
    8: ...irtuosi as [[Robert Boyle]], [[Thomas Willis]], [[Robert Hooke]] and [[Richard Lower]]. In [[1666]], ...
    12: ...lf) to remove the cyst. Shaftesbury survived and prospered, crediting Locke with saving his life.
  4. Thomas Hobbes (26163 bytes)
    2: ...obbes (portrait).jpg|thumb|Thomas Hobbes: detail from a portrait by John Michael Wright ([[National Po...
    6: ...contemporary of [[Ren頄escartes|Descartes]] and wrote one of the replies to Descartes' ''Meditations....
    10: ...Oxford University]]. Hobbes was a good pupil and around 1603 he was sent to Oxford and entered at Magd...
    12: ...sh, 3rd Earl of Devonshire|William Cavendish]], Baron of Hardwick (and later [[Duke of Devonshire|Earl...
    14: ...t democratic government could not survive war or provide stability and was thus undesirable.
  5. List of philosophers (79981 bytes)
    5: *[[Pietro d'Abano]], (1250?-1316)
    11: *[[John Abercrombie]], (1780-1844)
    16: *[[Alessandro Achillini]], (1463-1512)
    21: *[[Robert Adams (philosopher)|Robert Adams]], (born 1937){{fn|O}}
    22: *[[Robert Adamson]], (1852-1902)
  6. Mustard (7834 bytes)
    16: ...lant species in the genus ''[[Brassica]]'' whose proverbially tiny [[mustard seed]]s are used as a [[s...
    22: ...]], the U.S. and some European countries. Canada grows 90% of all the mustard seed for the internation...
    26: ...to be an effective [[pesticide]]. [http://www.bioproducts-bioenergy.gov/pdfs/bcota/abstracts/19/z347.p...
    32: ...nd bring back to him a single mustard seed taken from a house where no person had died. [[Jesus]]'s pa...
    34: ...a [[glucoside]] from the seeds, resulting in the production of the oil [[allyl isothiocyanate]].
  7. Harp (23216 bytes)
    4: Harps are found in [[Africa]], [[Europe]], [[North]] and [[South America]], and a few p...
    8: ...p and modern concert harp. ''Public domain image from Websters Dictionary 1911.'' <small>([[Media:Harp...
    12: ...The oldest documented references to the harp are from [[30th century BC|3000 BC]] in [[Mesopotamia]] a...
    14: ...of the single-action pedal harp. Later, a second row of hooks was installed along the neck to allow f...
    16: The European harp tradition seems to have originated in an...
  8. Robert Abbot (2381 bytes)
    2: ...misunderstanding probably stems from a passage in Robert Abbot's work ''A Hand of Fellowship to Helpe ...
    4: Robert Abbot received his education at [[University ...
    5: ...1658]], and in [[1662]], Abbot appears to vanish from record, and his activities are unknown.
    7: ...ariety. In addition to those mentioned above he wrote ''Triall of our Church-Forsakers'' (1639), ''Mi...
    9: Authorities.--.Brook's Puritans, iii. 182, 3; Walker's Sufferings, i...
  9. Copenhagen (8004 bytes)
    4: ... language|English]] word for the city is derived from its [[German language|German]] name, "Kopenhagen...
    8: ...he excellent [[harbour]] encouraged Copenhagen's growth until it became an important centre of commerc...
    11: ...gen with rockets in [[1807]], to prevent Denmark from surrendering its fleet to [[Napoleon]], the city...
    13: ...[[1940]] until 4th of May [[1945]]. The city has grown greatly since the war.
    17: ...n is the lack of a commonly acceptable currency throughout the area. It is still difficult to pay with...

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