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  1. List of people by name: Ac (3800 bytes)
    5: ...aries, Louis]], (born 1954), boxer, former world title challenger, now promoter
    8: ..., Marcel]], (1899-1974), playwrighter and scriptwriter
    9: ... Achebe|Achebe, Chinua]], (born 1930), Nigerian writer
    40: ...Konrad Ernst Ackermann|Ackermann, Konrad Ernst]] (1712-1771)
  2. Catherine I of Russia (2658 bytes)
    3: ...ess of [[Russia]] from [[1725]] until her death. With Peter, she was also co-ruler from [[1724]] until...
    5: ... of [[Marienburg]]. Russian forces captured the city, she was captured and forced to work in the laun...
    7: ...lexeevna. She married Peter in [[February]] of [[1712]] and bore him 11 children, all of whom died in c...
    12: *Grand Duchess Margarita Petrovna ([[1714]]-[[1715]])
    17: ... title of Empress. The real power, however, was with her former lover, Menshikov, and the Supreme Pri...
  3. Switzerland (22270 bytes)
    1: ...f [[neutral country|political and military neutrality]], but also of international co-operation, and i...
    3: ...n is similarly used; for example, it is used as Switzerland's [[country code top-level domain|ccTLD]],...
    6: common_name = Switzerland |
    7: native_name = Switzerland |
    8: image_flag = Switzerland flag large.png |
  4. North Carolina (18268 bytes)
    9: Capital = [[Raleigh, North Carolina|Raleigh]] |
    10: LargestCity = [[Charlotte, North Carolina|Charlotte]] |
    22: DensityRank = 17<sup>th</sup> |
    23: 2000Density = 63.80 |
    24: AdmittanceOrder = 12<sup>th</sup> |
  5. South Carolina (11968 bytes)
    9: Capital = [[Columbia, South Carolina|Columbia]]...
    11: LargestCity = [[Columbia, South Carolina|Columbia]] |
    21: DensityRank = 21<sup>st</sup> |
    22: 2000Density = 51.45 |
    23: AdmittanceOrder = 8<sup>th</sup> |
  6. List of painters (54090 bytes)
    10: ...[[Michelangelo Buonarroti]], ([[1475]]-[[1564]]), Italian [[sculptor]] and [[painter]]
    11: *[[Leonardo da Vinci]], ([[1452]]-[[1519]]), Italian painter, sculptor and inventor
    15: ...llo Santi|Raphael]], ([[1483]]-[[1520]]), [[Italy|Italian]] [[painter]]
    90: *[[Edward Mitchell Bannister]] ([[1828]]-[[1901]])
    105: *[[Georg Baselitz]] ( [[1938]]-)
  7. Uranus (15207 bytes)
    1: <!-- To edit the text of this article, scroll down past the ta...
    5: <small><font color="white">Click image for description</font></small>
    15: !bgcolor="#c0ffff" colspan="2"| [[Orbit]]al characteristics ([[Epoch (astronomy)|Epoch]] ...
    18: ...[kilometre|km]]<br>19.191 263 93 [[Astronomical unit|AU]]
    20: !align="left"| Orbital [[circumference]]
  8. St. Valentine's Day (9989 bytes)
    1: ...e]], are discussed below. The day's associations with [[romantic love]] arrived after the High [[Middl...
    4: ...g in the [[19th century]], the practice of hand writing notes has largely given way to the exchange of...
    9: ===February fertility festivals===
    10: ...ion of the middle of February with love and fertility dates to ancient times. In the calendar of [[Anc...
    12: ...belief that being so touched would render them fruitful and bring easy [[childbirth]].
  9. William Dampier (7308 bytes)
    4: ...t]] and went to sea at the age of 16. He served with [[Edward Sprague]] in the [[Third Anglo-Dutch Wa...
    7: ...[[Spanish Main]] of [[Central America]], twice visiting the [[Bay of Campeachy]]. This led to his firs...
    9: ...This expedition collected buccaneers and ships as it went along, at one time having a fleet of ten ves...
    11: ...ar Islands]]. They built a small craft and sailed it to [[Acheen]] in [[Sumatra]]. After further adven...
    13: ==The ''Roebuck'' expedition==
  10. Benjamin Franklin (22881 bytes)
    2: ...ety]]. In [[1775]], Franklin became the first [[United States Postmaster General]].
    9: ...mas Franklin, a blacksmith and farmer, and Jane White. His mother, Abiah Folger, was born in [[Nantuck...
    17: ...[August 8]], [[1708]]), and Jane ([[March 27]], [[1712]]).
    23: ...with a great deal of savvy about cultivating a positive image of an industrious and intellectual young...
    25: ...ssue the famous ''[[Poor Richard's Almanack]]'' (with content both original and borrowed) on which a l...
  11. List of astronomers (40322 bytes)
    8: *[[Marc Aaronson]] ([[United States|USA]], [[1950]] &ndash; [[1987]])
    9: *[[George Ogden Abell]] ([[United States|USA]], [[1927]] &ndash; [[1983]])
    10: *[[Antonio Abetti]] ([[Italy]], [[1846]] &ndash; [[1928]])
    11: *[[Georgio Abetti]] ([[Italy]], [[1882]] &ndash; [[1982]])
    12: *[[Charles Greeley Abbot]] ([[United States|USA]], [[1872]] &ndash; [[1973]])
  12. List of philosophers (79981 bytes)
    6: *[[Firmin Abauzit]], (1679-1767)
    43: *[[Rogers Albritton]]
    55: *[[Francesco Algarotti]], (1712-1764)
    112: *[[Titus Pomponius Atticus]], (110-32 BC)
    163: *[[James Beattie (writer)|James Beattie]], (1735-1803){{fn|C}}{{fn|R}}
  13. Elamite Empire (23098 bytes)
    4: ... BC]] to [[539 BC]], with a preceding [[Proto-Elamite]] period beginning around [[3200 BC]].
    5: ... [[Achaemenid]] [[Persian Empire]] that succeeded it, and may thus be considered the starting point of...
    8: ...cates this word was borrowed prehistorically). Additionally, the Haltamti were known as ''Elam'' in th...
    10: ...estan]] for the duration of their empire, the Elamites had extended their civilisation into the provin...
    12: ==Elamite language==
  14. 18th century new (49640 bytes)
    2: ...0]] in the [[Gregorian calendar]], in accordance with the [[Anno Domini]]/[[Common Era]] numbering sys...
    4: ...Social History 1688-1832 (The Arnold History of Britain Series) |publisher=A Hodder Arnold Publication...
    6: ...ies of Europe embraced enlightenment ideals, but with the French revolution, they were on the side of ...
    8: ...espite its modest beginnings in the 18th century, it would radically change human society and the geol...
    15: * [[1700]]: The [[1700 Cascadia earthquake]] (magnitude 9) occurs off the coast of the [[Pacific North...
  15. Saint Petersburg (36589 bytes)
    15: ...ivision]]: || [[Federal cities of Russia|federal city]]
    17: ...n]]: || {{coor dm|59|56|N|30|20|E|region:RU_type:city(4,661,219)}}
    23: | [[Population density]]: || 7691 persons/km�
    25: | [[Altitude]]: || 3 m
    33: ! align="center" colspan="2" |[[Image:neva_spit.jpg|thumb|300px|The [[Neva]] river has been calle...
  16. Steam engine (17857 bytes)
    1: ...mal energy]] that exists in [[steam]], converting it to [[mechanical work]]. Steam engines were used i...
    9: ...homas Savery]] ([[1698]]), [[Thomas Newcomen]] ([[1712]]), and [[James Watt]] ([[1769]]), each adding ne...
    15: ...mber. Atmospheric pressure, operating on the opposite side of a piston, pushes the piston to the top o...
    17: ...perated valves with valves operated by the engine itself.
    19: ... pressure. Reliable and safe operation came only with a great deal of experience and codification of c...
  17. Bureaucracy (8428 bytes)
    2: ...regularized procedure]], [[division of responsibility]], [[hierarchy]], and impersonal [[social relati...
    4: ... end up in enlarging the size of the bureaucracy. It is thus generally used as a [[pejorative]] word. ...
    6: ...ent]]s, [[armed force]]s, [[corporation]]s, [[hospital]]s, [[court]]s, [[Ministry (government departme...
    15: ...llocate its spoils. Ancient Egypt also had a hereditary class of scribes that administered the civil-s...
    17: ...heavy on each territory."[23] After the Empire split, the Byzantine Empire developed a notoriously com...

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