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  1. Commons:Template:Newpagelinksmain (1176 bytes)
    5: ...wpagelinksmain|Look for Newpagelinksmain]] in the Commons, our repository for free images, music, sound, an...

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  1. Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom (35966 bytes)
    100: ...in the [[United Kingdom House of Commons|House of Commons]], because she would be better briefed and more c...
  2. Mary I of England (24813 bytes)
    30: ...rous of maintaining the old Roman Catholic form, asked to be allowed to worship in private in her own ...
    44: ...diner and the [[British House of Commons|House of Commons]] petitioned her to consider marrying an Englishm...
  3. Elizabeth I of England (34338 bytes)
    49: ...[[1566]]. The [[British House of Commons|House of Commons]] threatened to withhold funds until the Queen ag...
    93: ...ir on her deathbed. According to one story, when asked whom she would name her heir, she replied, "Who...
    96: ...ge:Autograph of Elizabeth I of England (from Nordisk familjebok).png|thumb|300px|Autograph of Elizabet...
    103: Many artists glorified Elizabeth I and masked her age in their portraits. Elizabeth was often...
  4. Anne of Great Britain (22303 bytes)
    45: ...opular in England; Robert Harley was particularly skilful in using the issue to motivate the electorat...
    47: ...|Bourbon]] on the Spanish Throne. In the House of Commons, the Tory majority was unassailable, but the same...
  5. Victoria of the United Kingdom (38571 bytes)
    20: ...milies, his family did not use theirs. Victoria asked her staff to determine what Albert's and now he...
    81: Disraeli returned to power in [[1874]], at which time an imperialist sentiment was esp...
    83: ...vonshire|Lord Hartington]], Liberal leader in the Commons, to form a ministry. However Lord Hartington decl...
    87: ...ire. When the bill was rejected by the [[House of Commons]], Gladstone resigned, allowing Victoria to appoi...
    107: ...nment. A series of legal reforms saw the House of Commons' power increase at the expense of the Lords and t...
  6. Diana, Princess of Wales (29391 bytes)
    38: ...d take place, there was certainly a significant risk she would [[miscarriage|miscarry]] her baby.
    52: ...e with AIDS, and helped save lives of people at risk.''
    60: ...[[Landmines Bill 1998]] to the [[British House of Commons]], the [[Foreign Secretary]], [[Robin Cook]], pai...
    113: ...e (house)|estate]] of [[Althorp]] the public was asked to stop bringing flowers, as the volume of peop...
    115: ...papers. "Where is our Queen? Where is our Flag?" asked ''[[The Sun]]''. The Queen, who returned to Lon...
  7. Nancy Astor, Viscountess Astor (3681 bytes)
    8: ...ed, and the first to take a seat, in the House of Commons. She would be re-elected many times, serving unti...
  8. Kim Campbell (10679 bytes)
    35: ...Vancouver school board trustee. Campbell and Divinsky were divorced in [[1983]], and Campbell married ...
    41: Upon her election to the [[Canadian House of Commons]] in [[1988]], Campbell became Canada's first fem...
  9. Constance Georgine, Countess Markiewicz (3360 bytes)
    10: ...-elected to the [[Second Dᩬ]] in the [[House of Commons of Southern Ireland]] elections of 1921.
  10. Margaret Thatcher (46377 bytes)
    29: ...an]]. Thatcher also dispatched a [[Royal Navy]] task force to retake the [[Falkland Islands]] from [[A...
    43: ...r seat in the [[British House of Commons|House of Commons]]. Unusually, her [[maiden speech]] was made in s...
    50: ...her became [[Secretary of State for Education and Skills|Secretary of State for Education and Science]...
    52: ... the [[United Kingdom general election, October 1974|second election that year]], Joseph and other [[r...
    68: ...rthern Ireland]], she announced in the [[House of Commons]] that "The future of the constitutional affairs ...
  11. The Valiant Five (3833 bytes)
    1: ... five [[Canada|Canadian]] women who, in [[1927]] asked the [[Supreme Court of Canada]] to answer the q...
    8: ...(one of two women first elected to the [[House of Commons of Canada]], and
    28: ...ember of the [[Canadian House of Commons|House of Commons]].
  12. Asia (16910 bytes)
    253: | 126,974,628
    458: | 16,741,519
    494: {{commons|Asia}}
  13. Canada (35540 bytes)
    37: |align=left|[[Saskatchewan]]||[[Regina, Saskatchewan|Regina]]||-7 (Mountain),<br>-6 (Central)
    111: ...uous United States]] and to the northwest by [[Alaska]]. Off the southern coast of [[Newfoundland]] li...
    123: ...n be harsh in many regions of the country, with risks of [[blizzard]]s and [[ice storm]]s. Temperatur...
    138: ...l party that holds the most seats in the House of Commons. The Prime Minister, in turn, appoints the [[Cabi...
    140: ...[First-past-the-post]] elections for the House of Commons are called by the Governor General on the recomme...
  14. United Arab Emirates (10825 bytes)
    90: The border demarcation treaties of 1974 and 1977 between the United Arab Emirates and Sau...
    136: {{commons|United Arab Emirates}}
  15. Republic of Ireland (25543 bytes)
    67: ... Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland]]. From [[1874]], but particularly from [[1880]] under [[Charles...
    69: ...sed to take their seats in the [[British House of Commons]]. Instead they set up an extra-legal Irish parli...
    161: ...oss domestic product|GDP]], increase labour force skills, and promote foreign investment. The state jo...
  16. Guatemala (8475 bytes)
    74: In his executive tasks, he is assisted by a cabinet of ministers, which...
    123: {{commons|Guatemala}}
  17. Pakistan (74854 bytes)
    72: ...ritish by the Muslim leader [[Tipu Sultan]] from 1749 to 1799 left the remnants of the Mughal Empire c...
    124: ...tanis felt betrayed and ill-compensated for the risks incurred in supporting the USA &ndash; after t...
    147: ...1958 Pakistan’s civilian and first President [[Iskander Mirza]] in collaboration with General [[Moha...
    197: * heightened perceptions of risk as a result of military tensions with India &mdas...
    215: | style="font-size: 90%;" |1.74
  18. United Kingdom (37269 bytes)
    91: ...ntable to the [[British House of Commons|House of Commons]], the lower and only directly elected house in B...
    93: ... his or her ability to command the support of the Commons. The current Prime Minister is [[Tony Blair]] of ...
    107: ...inster]], [[London]], is the home of the House of Commons and the House of Lords]]
    109: ...mainly appointed [[House of Lords]]. The House of Commons is more powerful than the House of Lords. Its 646...
  19. New Hampshire (23166 bytes)
    44: New Hampshire's recreational attractions include skiing and other winter sports; observing the fall f...
    62: ...House of Representatives and the British House of Commons. Based on 2000 Census data, this averages out to ...
  20. Space (10661 bytes)
    47: ...about the world. Another way to frame this is to ask, "Can space itself be measured, or is space part ...
    83: ...n's space is no closer to reality than Van Gogh's sky. The glory of science is not in a truth more abs...
    90: ...torm of beauty." - [[John Muir]], ''Travels in Alaska''
    103: {{commons|Category:Space}}

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