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  1. Grapefruit (4275 bytes)
    6: ..._classis_entry | taxon = [[dicotyledon|Magnoliopsida]]}}
    7: {{Taxobox_subclassis_entry | taxon = [[Rosidae]]}}
    8: {{Taxobox_ordo_entry | taxon = [[Sapindales]]}}
    18: ...producer of the fruit, with plantations in [[Florida]] and [[Texas]]. In Spanish the fruit is known as...
    20: ...roduced the [[tangelo]] (1905), the [[minneola]] (1931) and the [[sweetie]] (1984).
  2. List of U.S. state capitals (5230 bytes)
    13: | [[1923]] — [[1931]]
    17: | [[1899]] — [[1900]]
    21: | [[1895]] — [[1915]]
    29: | [[1886]] — [[1907]]
    33: | [[1872]] — [[1879]]
  3. History of China (45919 bytes)
    2: ...he familiar image of Chinese culture and people today.
    7: ...addy]] agriculture is [[Radiocarbon dating|carbon-dated]] to about 6000 BC, and associated with the [[...
    14: ...皇五帝). These rulers were legendary sage-kings and moral examplars, and one of them...
    18: ...22799;朝) to some 4,000 years ago, but this date has not yet been corroborated. Some archaeolog...
    22: ...he last of the six capitals of the Shang (c 1300–1046 BC).
  4. List of people by name: Ac (3800 bytes)
    12: ...Goodrich Acheson|Acheson, Edward Goodrich]] (1856-1931)
    38: *[[Johann Adam Ackermann|Ackermann, Johann Adam]] (1780-1853)
    43: ...Magdalene Charlotte Ackermann|Ackermann, Marie Magdalene Charlotte]] (1757-1775)
  5. List of people by name: Ag (3474 bytes)
    20: *[[Amir Ageeb|Ageeb, Amir]], (1969-1999), Sudanese immigrant to Germany who died as a result of ...
    21: *[[David Agmon|Agmon, David]], [[Brigadier General]] in the [[Israel Defen...
    28: *[[David Hayes Agnew|Agnew, David Hayes]], (1818-1892), American surgeon
    42: *[[Dries van Agt|Agt, Dries van]], (born 1931), Dutch prime minister
  6. List of people by name: Ai (1915 bytes)
    6: *[[Saint Aidan|Aidan, Saint]], (died 651)
    8: *[[Danny Aiello|Aiello, Danny]], (born 1933), US actor
    17: *[[Alvin Ailey|Ailey, Alvin]], (1931-1985), dancer, choreographer
    19: *[[Danny Ainge|Ainge, Danny]], (born 1959), [[basketball]] player, coach, ...
  7. Hattie Caraway (2502 bytes)
    9: ...te]] where he served until he died in office in [[1931]].
    11: ... She was sworn in to office on [[December 9]], [[1931]] and was confirmed by a special election of the ...
    15: ...tician [[Huey Long]] travelled to Arkansas on a 9-day campaign swing to campaign for her.
  8. Emma Goldman (12210 bytes)
    3: '''Emma Goldman''' ([[June 27]], [[1869]] – [[May 14]], [[1940]]) was a [[Lithuania]]n-bor...
    21: ...chist sympathizer, had shot the President several days before. The authorities' attempt to associate h...
    29: ...ecting the hearing, called her ''"one of the most dangerous anarchists in America."''
    59: * <blockquote>"If I can't dance, it's not my revolution" - widely attributed, ...
    69: *Falk, Candace, et al. ''Emma Goldman: A Documentary History O...
  9. Isak Dinesen (2959 bytes)
    3: ...''. Blixen wrote works both in [[Danish language|Danish]] and in [[English language|English]]. She i...
    5: ... [[Croix de Guerre]] while serving with the [[Canada|Canadian]] army in the [[First World War]].
    7: ...tation until the collapse of the coffee market in 1931 forced her to abandon the project.
    9: ... to publish several other works simultaneously in Danish and English, mostly collections of short stor...
    15: * ''The Hermits'' (1907, published in a Danish journal under the name Osceola)
  10. Toni Morrison (2576 bytes)
    2: ...n '''Chloe Anthony Wofford''', [[February 18]], [[1931]] in [[Lorain, Ohio]].
    4: ... a slave who found freedom, but killed her infant daughter to save her from a life of slavery.
    21: *''[[Playing in the Dark]]'' (1993)
  11. Ayn Rand (18001 bytes)
    6: date_of_birth=[[February 2]], [[1905]] |
    8: date_of_death=[[March 6]], [[1982]] |
    11: '''Ayn Rand''' ([[February 2]], [[1905]] &ndash; [[March 6]], [[1982]]; first name pronounced (...
    19: ...rsburg]], [[Russia]], and was the eldest of three daughters of a Jewish family. She studied philosophy...
    22: ...t her eye. The two were married in [[1929]]. In [[1931]], Rand became a [[naturalized citizen]] of the U...
  12. Gertrude Stein (13569 bytes)
    54: ...means value, in the sense of overall lightness or darkness of a painting, Stein using a high proportio...
    58: ...ere gay there, they were regularly gay there everyday," of which he contends that the, "effect would b...
    60: ...te in long hand, typically about half an hour per day. Alice B. Toklas would collect the pages, type t...
    61: Today, most manuscripts are kept in the [[Beinecke Lib...
    63: ...ul of mundane tasks and Alice Toklas managed everyday affairs.
  13. Amelia Earhart (9225 bytes)
    8: ... later joined her sister Muriel in [[Toronto, Canada]] where she worked as a nurse's aide in a militar...
    10: ... crossing. They were married on [[February 7]], [[1931]]. Earhart referred to the marriage as a "partner...
    14: ...onor]] from the French Government, and the Gold Medal of the [[National Geographic Society]] from Pres...
    18: ...p him establish his own navigation school in Florida.
    20: ...op (aviation)|ground-looped]] the plane. Severely damaged, the aircraft had to be shipped to [[Califor...
  14. Amy Johnson (2606 bytes)
    2: '''Amy Johnson''' ([[July 1]], [[1903]] &ndash; [[January 5]], [[1941]]) was a famous English ...
    8: ...t year and landed in [[Darwin, Northern Territory|Darwin, Australia]] on [[May 24]] after flying 11,00...
    10: In [[July]] [[1931]], she set the record for flying from [[England]]...
  15. Virginia Woolf (9482 bytes)
    3: '''Virginia Woolf''' ([[January 25]], [[1882]] &ndash; [[March 28]], [[1941]]) was a [[United Kingdom...
    9: ...one of the foremost [[Modernists]], though she disdained some artists in this category, such as [[Jame...
    11: ...chievements and creativity are influential even today.
    13: ...e Lighthouse" is a story on the Ramsay family holiday and the family members' interlocking tensions re...
    17: ...s an authoritative examination of Woolf's life, updating the earlier biography by Woolf's own nephew, ...
  16. Bessie Coleman (4340 bytes)
    18: ...een honored in several ways since her death: In [[1931]], a group of Black male pilots performed the fir...
  17. Grace Hopper (7469 bytes)
    3: .... Hopper began teaching mathematics at Vassar in 1931; by [[1941]] she was an [[associate professor]].
    9: ...]] and its compiler. COBOL was defined by the [[CODASYL]] committee which extended her FLOW-MATIC lang...
    14: ...n over in the 1980s by the National Bureau of Standards, now [[NIST]].
    18: ...oodwill ambassador, lecturing widely on the early days of computers, her career, and on efforts that c...
    25: ...sociation of Information Technology Professionals|Data Processing Management Association]].
  18. Helen Sawyer Hogg (1921 bytes)
    3: ... Battles Sawyer Hogg''' ([[August 1]], [[1905]] &ndash; [[January 28]], [[1993]]) was a prolific [[ast...
    5: ...on star clusters. She received her doctorate in [[1931]] from [[Radcliffe College]].
    7: ...oved to [[Ontario]] where she took a job at the [[David Dunlap Observatory]], where Frank Hogg became ...
    9: ...]] (Francis Ethelbert Louis Priestley) ([[1905]]&ndash;[[1988]]), a professor emeritus of English at t...
    13: ...8]] she was made an Officer of the [[Order of Canada]] and was promoted to Companion in [[1976]].
  19. Maria Goeppert-Mayer (4176 bytes)
    3: ...]], [[James Franck]] and [[Adolf Otto Reinhold Windaus]]. In [[1930]] G?rt married Dr. [[Joseph Edward...
    5: ...ity]] in [[Baltimore, Maryland|Baltimore]] from [[1931]]-[[1939|39]], but since she was a woman she was ...
    9: ...nterclockwise. The same is true of those that are dancing around clockwise; some twirl clockwise, othe...
  20. Josephine Baker (5957 bytes)
    3: ...sephine McDonald''', was an [[African American]] dancer, actress and singer, sometimes known as "The ...
    5: .... Louis, Missouri|St. Louis]], [[Missouri]], the daughter of Eddie Carson and Carrie McDonald, she en...
    7: ...tarred at the [[Folies Bergè²¥]], setting the standard for her future acts. Already a star, she perfor...
    11: ...red her greatest song hit "''J'ai deux amours''" (1931) and became a muse for contemporary painters and ...
    17: ...ces helped to integrate shows in [[Las Vegas, Nevada|Las Vegas]]. Nevertheless, her career was on a do...

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