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  1. List of people by name: Ad (7741 bytes)
    26: ...Valdas Adamkus|Adamkus, Valdas]], (born 1926), Lithuanian president
    29: *[[Arthur Adamov|Adamov, Arthur]], (1908-1997), dramatist, author
    54: *[[John Adams|Adams, John]], (1735-1826), second President of the United States
    65: ...(1722-1803), American patriot & Governor of Massachusetts
    111: *[[Gustavus Adolphus|Adolphus, Gustavus]], (1594-1632), King of Sweden
  2. Anna of Russia (5221 bytes)
    1: [[Image:Annaioannovnarussia1693-2.jpg|thumb|H.I.M. Anna Ivanovna, Empress and Autocrat of a...
    7: ...viser. She never remarried after the death of her husband, but was reputed by her enemies to indulge i...
    15: [[Image:Icehouse 1878.jpg|thumb|left|250px|''Wedding at the House of Ice'' (187...
    17: ...er foolish and ignorant maids. Finding delight in humiliating old nobility, she arranged the marriage ...
    23: [[Image:anna's_crown.jpg|thumb||The [[crown]] of Anna Ivanovna]]
  3. Sarah Churchill, Duchess of Marlborough (2468 bytes)
    1: <div style="float:right">[[image:Sarah_Churchill.jpg]]</div>
    2: ...rlborough]], and they made a glittering couple. Churchill, though he had supported James, also had a ...
    4: ...iorated greatly. In [[1711]], both Sarah and her husband fell out of royal favor. Anne's death in [[...
    6: ...ughter [[Diana Spencer|Lady Diana Spencer]] (1710-1735), to [[Frederick, Prince of Wales]]. The Duchess...
    11: ...mione Churchill]], the daughter of [[Sir Winston Churchill]] and a descendant of the original Sarah.
  4. John Adams (18716 bytes)
    9: | date of birth=[[October 30]], [[1735]]
    10: | place of birth=[[Braintree]], [[Massachusetts]]
    13: | place of death=[[Quincy]], [[Massachusetts]]
    18: '''John Adams''' ([[October 30]], [[1735]] &ndash; [[July 4]], [[1826]]) was the first ([[...
    22: ...emigrated from [[Devon]], [[England]], to [[Massachusetts]] in about [[1636]]; his mother was Susanna ...
  5. New Mexico (31079 bytes)
    32: MeanElev = 5,692 ft, 1735 |
    46: ... in [[1528]]-[[1536]]. [[Fray Marcos de Niza]] enthusiastically identified the pueblos as the fabulous...
    54: ..., the duke of Alburquerque. They constructed the Church of San Felipe de Ner�[[1706]]). The through ...
    64: ... he made a living as a teamster, cook, guide, and hunter for exploring parties until [[1840]].
    70: [[Image:Tierra o muerte.jpg|thumb|128px|left|Tierra O Muerte &ndash; Land or Deat...
  6. Meteorology (19082 bytes)
    1: [[Image:Cloud.jpg|thumb|300px|Cumulus clouds]]
    12: ...]] with the hair [[hygrometer]], which measures [[humidity]].
    16: ...pheric circulation|global circulation]] was the [[1735]] study by [[George Hadley]] of the [[Trade Wind]...
    28: ...] shifts, such as what effects might be caused by human emission of [[greenhouse gas]]es.
    32: .... The goal in global meteorological modeling can thus currently be termed ''Earth System Modeling'', w...
  7. List of painters (54090 bytes)
    84: *[[Ludolf Bakhuysen]] ([[1631]]-[[1708]])
    89: *[[Balthus]] ([[1908]]-[[2001]])
    187: *[[Arthur Boyd]] ([[1920]]-[[1999]])
    264: *[[Frederick Edwin Church]] ([[1826]]-[[1900]])
    535: *[[Hugo Heyrman]] ([[1942]]-)
  8. Timeline of United States pre-history (1700-1759) (3760 bytes)
    1: [[Image:Jonathan Edwards.jpg|thumb|Rev. Jonathan Edwards, a leader of the Great Aw...
    18: *[[1735]] - [[John Peter Zenger]] trial on freedom of the...
  9. January 1 (18244 bytes)
    9: ... - [[Albert II of Habsburg]] is crowned King of [[Hungary]].
    76: *[[1988]] - The [[Evangelical Lutheran Church in America]] comes into existence, creating th...
    103: *[[1484]] - [[Huldrych Zwingli]], Swiss Protestant leader (d. [[15...
    104: *[[1516]] - [[Margareta Leijonhufvud]], Queen of [[Sweden]] (d. [[1551]])
    106: *[[1735]] - [[Paul Revere]], American silversmith, patrio...
  10. Age of Enlightenment (36312 bytes)
    2: [[Image:Newton-WilliamBlake.jpg|thumb|right|225px|[[William Blake]]'s ''Newton'' as a...
    4: ...n American independence movement, the [[Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth|Polish]] [[Constitution of May ...
    6: ...and attacked the existing institutions of both [[Church]] and [[State]].
    18: ... to some in the present-day, where belief is that human beings apprehend a truth that is more provisio...
    20: ...d that the world was accessible to the faculty of human reason, and that the "laws" which governed its...
  11. List of astronomers (40322 bytes)
    32: *[[Andronicus of Cyrrhus]]
    39: *[[Aristarchus]] ([[Samos]], circa [[310 BC]] &ndash; circa [[2...
    46: *[[Arthur Auwers]] ([[Germany]], [[1838]] &ndash; [[1915]]...
    115: *[[C鳡r-Fran篩s Cassini de Thury]] ([[France]], [[1714]] &ndash; [[1784]])
    138: *[[Arthur Edwin Covington]] ([[Canada]], [[1914]] &ndash; ...
  12. List of philosophers (79981 bytes)
    31: *[[Rodolphus Agricola]], (1443-1485){{fn|R}}
    59: *[[Louis Althusser]], (1918-1990){{fn|C}}{{fn|O}}{{fn|R}}
    70: *[[Anaxarchus]], (fl. 340 BC){{fn|R}}
    81: *[[Antiochus of Ascalon]], (c. 130-68 BC){{fn|C}}{{fn|O}}{{fn...
    144: *[[Yehoshua Bar-Hillel]], (1915-1975)
  13. Platinum (10600 bytes)
    160: [[Image:Chemistry_flask.jpg|thumb|150px|left|Chemistry Clipart .Clipart provided ...
    171: ... in 1557 in the writings of the [[Italy|Italian]] humanist [[Julius Caesar Scaliger]] (1484-1558) as a...
    175: ...graphical expedition in [[Peru]] that lasted from 1735 to 1745. Among other things, Ulloa observed the '...
    185: [[Image:PlatinumOreUSGOV.jpg|thumb|left|Platinum ore]]
    190: ...as a by-product of [[nickel]] ore processing. The huge quantities of nickel ore processed makes up for...
  14. Voltaire (48640 bytes)
    46: ...ways, an attack on everything established in the church and state of France. It was published with cer...
    50: ...is hostess, and now and then of her accommodating husband.
    52: ...h every opportunity for literary work. In March [[1735]] the hat was formally taken off him, and he was ...
    78: ...should get on together for long. Voltaire was not humble enough to be a mere butt, as many of Frederic...
    102: ...t of which Fr&eacute;ron himself did an admirably humorous criticism.
  15. Leonhard Euler (10366 bytes)
    1: [[Image:Leonhard Euler.jpeg|thumb|Leonhard Euler aged 49 (oil painting by [[Emanu...
    12: ...alytical science"&mdash;that is, calculus). In [[1735]] he lost much of his vision in the right eye due...
    39: He established his fame in 1735 by solving the long-standing [[Basel problem]]:
    54: In [[1735]], he defined the [[Euler-Mascheroni constant]] u...
  16. List of U.S. states by elevation (16995 bytes)
    3: |valign="top"| [[Image:Dena mtmckinley.jpg|thumb|200px|[[Mount McKinley]] &mdash; highest point]...
    4: ...align="top"| [[Image:Death Valley from space.JPG|thumb|200px|[[Death Valley]] &mdash; lowest point]]
    31: | 3,851 m ([[Humphreys Peak]])
    138: | [[Massachusetts]]
    339: | New Mexico ||4014 m ||859 m||1735 m||3155 m
  17. Linnaean classification (11503 bytes)
    17: ...ough twelve editions during his lifetime (1st ed. 1735). He is best known for his introduction of a meth...
    57: ...etics laboratories (''Drosophila melanogaster''), Humans, and the Sweetbay Magnolia.
    88: === [[Human]] (''[[Homo sapiens]]'') ===
    158: ... the type species of the genus ''Magnolia'', and thus also of all [[flowering plant]]s.
  18. 18th century (8231 bytes)
    18: ...ttish]] and the [[England|English]] Parliaments, thus establishing The [[Kingdom of Great Britain]].
    28: ...9]]: The [[Qianlong Emperor]] of China oversees a huge expansion in territory.
    47: ... The [[Partitions of Poland]] end the [[Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth]] and erase Poland from the map...
    80: * [[David Hume]] (philosopher)
    86: * [[Sir Joshua Reynolds]] (painter)
  19. 18th century new (49640 bytes)
    4: ...n]]]][[File:Washington Crossing the Delaware.png|thumb|250px|Washington crossing the Delaware, [[Decem...
    8: ...gs in the 18th century, it would radically change human society and the geology of the surface of the ...
    12: [[File:Poltava battle.jpg|thumb|[[Peter the Great]] in the [[Battle of Poltava]...
    13: [[File:Europa 1700 en.jpg|thumb|250px|Europe on the eve of the [[War of the Spa...
    14: ...:Marlborough-duke-first.jpg|thumb|upright|[[John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough]], English general...
  20. Saint Petersburg (36589 bytes)
    33: ...lign="center" colspan="2" |[[Image:neva_spit.jpg|thumb|300px|The [[Neva]] river has been called the ma...
    46: [[image:winter_canal.jpg|thumb|left|St Petersburg is known as the city of 300 ...
    58: ...he baroque [[Winter Palace]] (1754&ndash;1762), a huge building with dazzlingly luxurious interiors, n...
    60: [[Image:HermitageAcrossNeva.jpg|center|thumb|650px|The [[Hermitage Museum]] complex with the...
    62: ...1762&ndash;1766); the [[Peter Ivanovich Shuvalov|Shuvalov]] palace (1830&ndash;1838), where [[Rasputin...

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