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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}}
  21. Space exploration (14877 bytes)
    35: ...ace Agency]] in its current form was founded in 1974, when the European Space Research Organisation me...
    50: ...072;&#1075;&#1077;&#1085;&#1090;&#1089;&#1090;&#1074;&#1086;'') is the government agency responsible f...
    125: ||[[Voskhod 2]]
    194: {{Commons|Category:Space exploration}}
    223: *[[Voskhod program]]
  22. Cave (10592 bytes)
    42: ...ution of cave systems so far discovered is widely skewed toward countries where [[caving]] is popular ...
    58: ...ext most extensive known cave is the [[Optimisticeskaja]] system in the [[Ukraine]], at 214km.
    76: {{Commons|Cave|Cave}}
  23. Byzantine Empire (29975 bytes)
    90: ...s [[Leo III]] the [[Isauria]]n (reign [[717]] - [[741]]). After repelling the Arab assaults, the empir...
    160: {{commons|Byzantine Empire}}
    165: * G. Ostrogorsky. "History of the Byzantine State", 2nd edition, ...
  24. Castle (27805 bytes)
    61: ...of the assailants was largely due to the wise and skilful employment of mines. An angle of the noble k...
    90: ... the castle. Castle building was a very common task as boundaries were pushed and territory conquered...
    114: {{commons|Castle}}
  25. Tree (23723 bytes)
    301: {{commons|Trees}}
  26. Carnivorous plant (44834 bytes)
    220: ... and [[Plumbaginaceae]]. Interestingly, the tamarisks possess specialised salt-excreting glands on the...
    449: {{Commons|Category:Carnivorous plants}}
  27. Francis Bacon (16741 bytes)
    35: ...rerogative, while retaining the confidence of the Commons. In 1613, Bacon was finally able to become attorn...
  28. Socrates (7975 bytes)
    11: ...dfly" of Athens began when his friend Chaerephon asked the [[Sibyl|Oracle at Delphi]] if anyone was wi...
    31: :''Really, Ischomachus, I am disposed to ask: "Does teaching consist in putting questions?" In...
    37: {{commons|Socrates}}
    45: ...w.gutenberg.org/catalog/world/authrec?fk_authors=2747 Aristotle's writings]
  29. Mars (27704 bytes)
    4: ...cause of its [[red]] color as viewed in the night sky. This feature also earned it the name of "the Re...
    151: In [[Jyotish]], Mars is known in [[Sanskrit]] as Mangal (auspicious), Angaraka (burning co...
    160: ...hronicles]] by Ray Bradbury, Martians have copper skin. They have humanlike emotions and the ability t...
    206: {{commons|Mars}}
    251: * Krasnopolsky, V. A., J. P. Maillard, T. C. Owen, Detection of...
  30. Colonial America (32872 bytes)
    22: ...rently disappeared in the middle of their daily tasks.
    75: ... established a lucrative trade in provisions, deerskins and Indian captives with the Caribbean islands...
    92: ... movement that took place in the [[1730s]] and [[1740s]]. It began with [[Jonathan Edwards (theology)|...
    100: ...e [[War of the Austrian Succession]] ([[1740]]-[[1748]]). (That earlier conflict also spilled over in...
    114: ...corresponding to the [[governor]], the [[House of Commons]] to the [[colonial assembly]], and the [[House o...
  31. Christianity (47078 bytes)
    60: ...d in North America via Russian settlers in the Alaskan region in the 18th century; they came to North ...
    94: ...hurch]] phenomenon developed &#8211; catering for skeptical non-Christians by providing "seeker sensit...
    186: == See also == {{Commons|Jesus Christ}}
    237: ...ollege campus across the United States. Students ask questions and Christian apologist and pastor Clif...
  32. Allspice (3832 bytes)
    3: <!-- If you add picture, put it in the commons with name Pimenta dioica.jpg -->
  33. Charles de Gaulle (41586 bytes)
    199: ...Howard (narrative) and Joyce Murchie and Hamish Erskine (documents). Weidenfeld and Nicholson, London,...
    200: ...Howard (narrative) and Joyce Murchie and Hamish Erskine (documents). Weidenfeld and Nicholson, London,...
    272: {{commons|Charles de Gaulle}}
  34. Tycho Brahe (17516 bytes)
    18: ...ed by medical experts. The nasal opening of the [[skull]] was rimmed with green, a sign of exposure to...
    28: ...father's name, coat of arms, or landed property. (Skautrup 1941, pp. 24-5)
    33: ...res.''" ("Oh thick wits. Oh blind watchers of the sky.")
    42: [[Image:Uraniborgskiss_90.jpg|thumb|left|300px|Watercolor plan of Ura...
    60: ...logy'', and one on a new method of dividing the [[sky]] into [[astrological houses]], were never publi...
  35. Thomas More (15893 bytes)
    14: ... British House of Commons|Speaker of the House of Commons]]. He later served as high steward for the unive...
    41: ...s far the law of Christ allows". In [[1532]] he asked the king again to relieve him of his office, cl...
    46: On [[13 April]] of that year More was asked to appear before a commission and swear his all...
    50: ...it was to be thrown in the [[River Thames]]. The skull is believed to reside in the Roper Vault of St...
  36. French Revolution (36529 bytes)
    21: ... Laune|Turgot]] (Controller-General of Finances 1774&ndash;1776) and [[Jacques Necker]] (Director-Gene...
    42: ...state, now meeting as the ''Communes'' (English: "Commons"), proceed with verification of its own powers an...
    181: After early skirmishes went badly for France, the first signific...
  37. Stag Beetle (3702 bytes)
    28: ... are [[Richmond Park]] and [[Wimbledon and Putney Commons|Wimbledon Common]].
    32: ...e of a slow awkward lumbering flight usually at dusk making a very low distinctive buzzing sound, the ...
  38. Brown Pelican (2615 bytes)
    34: {{commons|Pelecanus occidentalis}}
  39. Congress of the United States (41315 bytes)
    17: ...e Canadian House of Commons, the British House of Commons, and the German [[Bundestag]], approximately 15 p...
  40. United States Senate (35505 bytes)
    18: ...eventually grow, especially during the tenures of skilled leaders such as [[Lyndon B. Johnson]].
    50: ...esiding officer's chair. Each senator chooses a desk on the basis of seniority within his or her party...
    73: ...ommittees cease to exist after fulfilling their tasks.
    80: ...hich only the [[British House of Commons|House of Commons]] may originate such measures.
    138: ...phical Directory of the United States Congress, 1774 to Present''.]
  41. Formula One (29650 bytes)
    39: ...determining the outcome of races more than driver skill, banned many such aids in [[1994 Formula One s...
    61: ...d not qualify) designation, teams can no longer risk the cost of showing up without racing; thus all c...
    82: ... and 2. The number 13 has not been used since [[1974]], before which it was occasionally assigned at t...
    104: ...e risk of injury in crashes. This is an ongoing task - after the deaths of [[Ayrton Senna]] and [[Rola...
    140: ...ws-20&creative=9325&path=ASIN/0760316880/qid=1119374338/sr=2-1/ref=pd_bbs_b_2_1 The Complete Book of F...
  42. Computer (32773 bytes)
    44: **[[Desktop computer]]
    100: ...mmed with a set of instructions specific to the task they are required to perform and these instructio...
    110: ...ing forecasts and other repetitive mathematical tasks involving [[spreadsheet]]s.
    149: ...splay|monitors]], [[touchscreen]]s and [[floppy disk]] drives, CD/DVD Drives, [[computer printer|print...
    159: ...mmers develop sets of instructions to do common tasks (for instance, draw a dot on screen) and then ma...
  43. Ship (18843 bytes)
    32: ...military purposes may compose a [[navy]] or a [[task force]].
    199: ... down to the sea again, to the lonely sea and the sky,''
    200: :''And all I ask is a tall ship, and a star to steer her by...''
    204: {{Commons|Ship}}
  44. Forest (3705 bytes)
    25: {{Commons|Forest}}
  45. San Francisco, California (55022 bytes)
    2: ...matter sanfrancisco.jpg|thumb|293px|San Francisco skyline.]]
    87: ...d in many of the world's cities today, and pushed skyscraper construction to the [[South of Market]] d...
    172: <td align="center" valign="top">[[Aaron Peskin]]<br>
    233: ...resident of the Board of Supervisors is [[Aaron Peskin]].
    272: ...the [[San Jose Sharks]] play in San Jose. The [[basketball]] and [[ice hockey]] teams were once based ...
  46. Parthenon (12682 bytes)
    3: ...e|Greek]]: &#928;&#945;&#961;&#952;&#949;&#957;&#974;&#957;) is the most famous surviving building of ...
    50: ...ok place at an [[altar]] invariably under an open sky, the Parthenon does not suit some definitions of...
    57: ...The Parthenon''. Harvard University: 2003. ISBN 067401085X.
    58: ...reek Religion''. Harvard University: 1985 ISBN 0-674-36281-0 (paperback)
    66: {{commons|Parthenon}}
  47. Julius Caesar (50670 bytes)
    21: ... they had captured. Instead, he ordered them to ask for fifty. They accepted, and Caesar sent his fo...
    23: ...ce Caesar insisted on parading Marius's funeral mask. Although Caesar was very fond of both women (acc...
    28: ..., it was said that he broke down and cried. When asked why he would have such a reaction, his simple r...
    32: ...&#8217; support certainly made it an achievable task for Caesar. All the while, Caesar continued to pu...
    51: ...e speaking before the citizen assemblies, Caesar asked his co-consul Bibulus his feelings on the bill,...
  48. Adolf Hitler (51456 bytes)
    54: ... the German term for a police spy) of "Aufkl䲵ngskommando" ("Intelligence Commando") of the [[Reichs...
    84: ...t failure in his efforts to form a coalition and asked Hindenburg for yet another Reichstag dissolutio...
    156: ...sposed of in the Elbe river. In Moscow there is a skull and a [[mandible]] fragment which is said to b...
    161: ...oebbels]] as ''[[Reichskanzler#Reichskanzler|Reichskanzler]]'' (Chancellor of Germany). However, Goebb...
    176: ...ave suffered from [[irritable bowel syndrome]], [[skin lesion]]s, [[irregular heartbeat]], tremors on ...
  49. American Revolutionary War (40738 bytes)
    29: === Massachusetts, 1774-76 ===
    31: ...ever, a series of confrontations beginning in [[1774]] known as The [[Powder Alarm]]s compelled the ne...
    61: ...Howe then laid siege to the works, but Washington skillfully managed a nighttime evacuation to Manhatt...
    63: ...em Heights, where they [[Battle of Harlem Heights|skirmished the next day]], but held their ground.
    80: ...ered by British and Indians at the [[Battle of Oriskany]] on [[August 6]]. When a second relief expedi...
  50. Sacramento, California (21190 bytes)
    52: ...ornia State Capitol]] was not completed until [[1874]].
    78: ...the [[Sacramento Monarchs]] ([[Women's National Basketball Association|WNBA]]). In addition, Sacrament...
    99: ...s|2000]] was 407,018; the 1980 population was 275,741. The city's current estimated population is arou...
    135: Alkali Flat, Boulevard Park, Campus Commons, CSUS, Dos Rios Triangle, Downtown, East Sacramen...
    175: ...s]]; [[Sacramento, Kentucky]]; [[Sacramento, Nebraska]];
  51. Boise, Idaho (9777 bytes)
    60: ...iles from Boise city limits) provides excellent [[skiing]] and [[snowboarding]] facilities within an h...
    62: ...and the [[Idaho Stampede]] of the [[Continental Basketball Association]].
    82: ...ific Islander (U.S. Census)|Pacific Islander]], 1.74% from [[Race (U.S. Census)|other races]], and 2.3...
    84: There are 74,438 households out of which 32.5% have children u...
    100: {{Commons|Boise|Boise}}
  52. Indianapolis, Indiana (25903 bytes)
    29: ... the Governor's mansion. It was used as a market commons for over six years. Although an expensive Governo...
    33: ...9|69]], [[Interstate 70|70]], and [[Interstate 74|74]]. The city is a major trucking center, and the ...
    60: ...the [[Indiana Fever]] of the [[Women's National Basketball Association]], and the [[Indianapolis Colts...
    94: |bgcolor="#7c74ac"|<small>&nbsp;</small>
    127: ...rve the Indianapolis area including [[I-70]], [[I-74]], [[I-65]], [[I-69]], [[I-465]] Beltway, and [[I...
  53. Lansing, Michigan (6961 bytes)
    84: {{commons|Lansing, Michigan}}
  54. Salt Lake City, Utah (41550 bytes)
    2: ...[[United States 2000 Census|2000 Census]] was 181,743. The Salt Lake City-[[Ogden, Utah|Ogden]] [[metr...
    26: ...landscapeslc.jpg|thumb|right|200px|Salt Lake City skyline during the [[2002 Winter Olympics]]]]
    29: ...Spanish language|Spanish speaking]]. Jackie Biskupski, an [[lesbian|openly gay woman]], was elected in...
    38: ..., powdery snow that is often considered great for skiing. These mountains are also the namesake of the...
    44: ..._at_dusk.jpg|thumb|200px|left|Salt Lake City at dusk]]
  55. Russia (28007 bytes)
    2: ...eration]]: ''Rossiyskaya Federatsiya'' or ''Rossijskaja Federacija''), or '''Russia''' (Russian: &#105...
    43: ...089;&#1091;&#1076;&#1072;&#1088;&#1089;&#1090;&#1074;&#1077;&#1085;&#1085;&#1072;&#1103; &#1044;&#1091...
    58: ... and in the eastern parts, such as the [[Verkhoyansk Range]] or the [[volcano]]es on [[Kamchatka Penin...
    60: ...Arctic, whereas the [[Bering Sea]], [[Sea of Okhotsk]] and the [[Sea of Japan]] belong to the Pacific ...
    81: ***the [[Sea of Okhotsk]] (where the east shore of [[Sakhalin]] and its [...
  56. Mahatma Gandhi (35350 bytes)
    13: ...ti]] &#2734;&#2763;&#2745;&#2728;&#2726;&#2750;&#2744; &#2709;&#2736;&#2734;&#2714;&#2690;&#2726; &#27...
    15: .... Gandhi's principle of ''satyagraha'' (from [[Sanskrit]] ''satya'': truth, and ''graha'': grasp/hold)...
    23: ...], which had been founded in 1875 by [[H.P. Blavatsky]] to further universal brotherhood. The Theosop...
    29: ... court in the city of [[Durban]], the magistrate asked him to remove his turban, which he refused to d...
    79: ...en name, is taken from the [[Sanskrit language|Sanskrit]] term of reverence ''"mahatman,"'' meaning &#...
  57. Thomas Hobbes (26163 bytes)
    16: ...is time to the son of Sir Gervase Clifton. This task, chiefly spent in Paris, ended in [[1631]] when h...
    36: ...is near fatal disorder, he resumed his literary task, and carried it steadily forward to completion by...
    64: Wallis had an easy task in defending himself against Hobbes's criticism, ...
    80: ...e ''Leviathan''." ({{Web reference|title=House of Commons Journal Volume 8|work=British History Online|URL=...
  58. Native American (42651 bytes)
    5: ..., [[Yupik]], and [[Aleut]] peoples native to [[Alaska]] and [[Arctic|arctic Canada]]). The latter shar...
    21: ...and that they followed an inland route through Alaska and Canada that had just been freed of its ice c...
    24: ...ry disputed due to the relative lack of seafaring skills of peoples of this time period.
    31: ...rs of the [[Na-Dene]] peoples. They lived in [[Alaska]] and western [[Canada]], but some migrated as f...
    32: *The third wave brought the ancestors of the [[Eskimo]]s and the [[Aleut]]s. They may have come by s...
  59. Death Valley National Park (38245 bytes)
    45: ... erosive force in mountainous area, resulting in "skeletonized" ranges (literally, mountains with very...
    51: ...e more advanced at hunting and gathering and were skillful at handcrafts. They also left mysterious st...
    53: ...astle]] has been abandoned although many of the baskets on display at the Castle were made by the Timb...
    60: ...lion year old Furnace Creek Formation (See [[Zabriskie Point]] for more information).
    62: [[image:Skidoo_in_1906.jpg|thumb|left|Skidoo in 1906]]
  60. Martin Luther (43050 bytes)
    43: ...ally the selling of indulgences) as an abuse and asked for a theological disputation. Soon they were ...
    76: ...apal bull]] <cite>Exsurge Domine</cite> that he risked excommunication unless he recanted 41 points of...
    82: Eck asked Luther if the books were his and if he still be...
    90: ...o teach contrary to the Church through the ages, asked Luther to plainly answer the question: Would Lu...
    102: ...seized on his way from the Diet by a company of masked horsemen, who carried him to [[Wartburg Castle]...
  61. Computer mouse (29399 bytes)
    1: ...es.<br>'''4:''' Infrared LEDs shine through the disks.<br>
    11: ...64]. Ball and two rollers with spring by ''Opocentsky'', 10/76, [http://www.freepatentsonline.com/3987...
    61: ...in electrical cord (e.g. an [[RS-232]], [[Apple Desktop Bus|ADB]] or [[Universal Serial Bus|USB]] cabl...
    70: ...to use &mdash; for example, users with poor motor skills may not perform the second click soon enough ...
    103: ... a surface for the mouse to be used on, as many desks are not suitable and hard wood or plastic surfac...
  62. Global warming (53726 bytes)
    18: In 2004 Naomi Oreskes published a survey of 928 peer-reviewed scienti...
    60: ...d Lindzen]] and other [[Global warming skepticism|skeptics]] oppose aspects of the theory.
    67: ... the past 50 years appears to be at odds with the skeptics' theory that climate feedbacks will cancel ...
    69: ...t larger increases in temperature in the future. Skeptics of global warming point to potential feedba...
    160: ...D is nicknamed the "sunshine vitamin" because the skin makes it from ultraviolet rays.[http://www.free...
  63. Andes (13210 bytes)
    74: * [[Nevado Tres Cruces]], 6,749 m (south summit) (III Region)
    146: * [[Pico Piedras Blancas]], 4,740 m
    156: {{commons|Andes}}
  64. Red deer (16671 bytes)
    48: ...is''). Some of the other subspecies are the Alshansk or Ala-Shan red deer (''C. e. alshanicus''), Alta...
    55: ...t populations. One of these was found in the [[Alaska]] / [[Yukon]] region, one in the [[Washington]] ...
    73: ...nted animals in many other states; western [[Nebraska]], northeast [[Minnesota]] and northern [[Michig...
    78: ...ks often have several points forming a crown or basket at the normal fourth tine, and the beams may be...
    81: ...ba elk inhabit central Manitoba, east central [[Saskatchewan]] and the badlands of North Dakota. Many ...
  65. Sheep (9256 bytes)
    55: ...sheepskin]] used for making [[footwear]] and sheepskin rugs) and [[meat]]. In the 21st century, sheep ...
    59: ... and the English "[[Inclosure |inclosing]] of the commons".
  66. Dog (69384 bytes)
    19: ... provide the opportunity to exhibit their natural skills. In many countries, the most common and perha...
    48: <div style="width:182px;">[[Image:American Eskimo Dog.jpg|180px|]]
    98: ...ler ear where the tip folds forward nearly to the skull, forming a V, such as the [[Jack Russell Terri...
    120: ...oulder bones (absent the collar bone of the human skeleton) that allow a greater stride length for run...
    122: ...sm]] has affected the proportions of some breeds' skeleton, as in the [[Basset Hound]].
  67. Island (4674 bytes)
    28: {{commons|Island}}
    35: *[[Skerry]]
  68. Declaratory Act (2406 bytes)
    11: ... consent of the lords spiritual and temporal, and commons of Great Britain, in parliament assembled, had, h...
  69. Chile (39914 bytes)
    198: ...s Wood]] (''[[Machuca]]'') and [[Alejandro Jodorowsky]].
    239: {{Commons|Chile|Chile}}
  70. American Bison (6740 bytes)
    24: ...[[albino]], since [[pigment]] still exists in the skin, hair, and eyes, and the animals will end up wi...
    37: There is now a proposal known as [[Buffalo Commons]] to restore large parts of the drier portion of ...
  71. Charles Darwin (47469 bytes)
    19: ...s often found in oyster shells were the eggs of a skate leech. Darwin also sat [[Robert Jameson]]'s na...
    27: ... upon graduation. Knowing the need for geological skills, Henslow introduced Charles to the great [[ge...
    98: ...ures of London, Darwin formulated a short "Pencil Sketch" of his theory and by [[1844]] had written a ...
    111: ...anuscript in December [[1857]], Wallace wrote to ask if it would delve into human origins. Sensitive t...
    113: ...ad been "forestalled" and though Wallace had not asked for publication, offering to send it to any jou...
  72. William R. King (5588 bytes)
    1: [[image:WilliamRufusKing.jpg|right|William Rufus de Vane King]]
    5: ...arolina]]. He was a member of the State House of Commons from [[1807]] to [[1809]], city solicitor of [[Wi...
  73. Squash (fruit) (4665 bytes)
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    48: [[Image:Femalesquash3747.JPG|150px|left|thumb|Longtitudinal section of fe...
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    49: {{fnb|1}} [http://www.askoxford.com/concise_oed/society Definition of Socie...
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  78. Stag Beetles (3702 bytes)
    28: ... are [[Richmond Park]] and [[Wimbledon and Putney Commons|Wimbledon Common]].
    32: ...e of a slow awkward lumbering flight usually at dusk making a very low distinctive buzzing sound, the ...
  79. Watergate (19196 bytes)
    1: The '''Watergate scandal''' ([[1972]]-[[1974]]) (or just '''"Watergate"''') was an [[United St...
    9: ... polls would be so foolhardy or unethical as to risk association with such an affair.
    15: ...claiming that national security would be put at risk. In fact, the crime and numerous other "[[dirty t...
    24: On [[April 30]], Nixon was forced to ask for the resignations of two of his most powerful ...
    29: ...ted transcripts of the tapes on [[April 29]], [[1974]].]]
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    151: ...g with their new presents, and fireworks fill the skies. Because Christmas Eve is the most important d...
    162: ...atas" night festivals where kids go and play with skateboards, roller blades and bicycles. This events...
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    57: ...soline mixtures prematurely wear down seals and gaskets. Further, the use of higher levels of alcohol...
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  83. Vincent van Gogh (12041 bytes)
    17: ...ng this period he started to produce [[charcoal]] sketches.
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  84. Capricornus (6733 bytes)
    2: ...y called the sea-goat, as it is in an area of the sky known as the [[Sea (astronomy)|Sea]]. Capricorn...
    8: ...ite its dimness. Since it falls in an area of the sky known as the sea, it became considered a sea-goa...
    12: ...tice, the ancient Greeks referred to this area of sky as ''the Augean Stable'', where they considered ...
    27: The constellation is located in an area of sky called the [[Sea (astronomy)|Sea]] or Water, con...
    32: ...ricorn rules the [[knee|knees]], [[bones]], and [[skin]]. The ancient symbol of this sign is the [[sea...
  85. 1901 (12292 bytes)
    51: ...se of Representatives|House of Representatives]] asking Congress curb the power of [[trust]]s "within...
    52: * [[December 10]] &ndash; [[Maria Sklodowska-Curie|Marie Curie]] receives doctorate. The firs...
    58: * [[Winston Churchill]] enters the [[House of Commons]]
    78: ... 31]] - [[Marie Luise Kaschnitz]], writer (d. [[1974]])
    106: ...4]] - [[Harry Partch]], American composer (d. [[1974]])
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