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  1. Industrial Revolution (30001 bytes)
    1: ...t of all-metal machine tools in the first two decades of the nineteenth century enabled the manufactur...
    3: ...wth of the [[internal combustion engine]] and the development of [[Electric power|electrical power gen...
    5: ...red to the [[Neolithic revolution]], when mankind developed [[agriculture]] and gave up its [[nomad|no...
    10: ...he accompanying development of international [[trade]], creation of [[financial market]]s and accumula...
    12: ...h often imposed tolls and [[tariff]]s on goods traded among them.
  2. Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom (35966 bytes)
    2: ...den Jubilee]] in [[2002]], wearing her Canadian Orders.)]]
    9: ...f state in the world, after King [[Bhumibol Adulyadej]] of Thailand.
    14: ...eft|"Princess Lilibet" (here spelled "Lilybet") made the cover of ''Time'' in 1929, at age three.]]
    15: ... of her paternal great-grandmother [[Alexandra of Denmark|Queen Alexandra]] and grandmother Queen Mary...
    17: ...t the time of her birth, she was third in the [[Order of succession to the British throne|line of succ...
  3. Violette Szabo (2541 bytes)
    3: ..., [[Order of the British Empire|M.B.E.]], [[Croix de Guerre|CdG]] ([[June 26]], [[1921]] – [[Fe...
    5: ...t of as the definitive World War II [[Poem code|code-poem]] ''[[Yours (poem)|Yours]]''.
    9: ...nce with her [[Sten]] gun. She was interrogated under [[torture]], then sent to [[Ravensbr?ncentration...
    11: ...embers of the SOE were executed by the Germans: [[Denise Bloch]], [[Cecily Lefort]], and [[Lilian Rolf...
    13: ...l]] in the town of [[Valen硹]], in the [[Indre]] depart魥nt.
  4. Economy of Afghanistan (14517 bytes)
    1: ... of [[2005]]. The replacement of the [[opium]] trade - which can account for one-third of the country'...
    4: ...of loss of labor and capital and disruption of trade and transport. Continuing internal strife hampere...
    9: ... made of machines, chemical fertilizer, or pesticides.
    11: ...sistance-dominated areas also contributed to this decline as did the disruption to transportation resu...
    13: ...already limited transportation network, which has deteriorated further due to damage and neglect resul...
  5. Swimming (22834 bytes)
    1: ...sic swimming skills and safety precautions are needed to participate in water activities.
    5: ...g composed mostly of water, has nearly the same [[density]] as water. Thus, staying afloat requires on...
    7: ...convert a slow or average swimmer to at least a moderately fast swimmer. Since speed converts directly...
    11: ...easing speed. This is an effect long used by boat designers, and unconsciously used by "naturally good...
    13: ...the torso is smaller front-to-back than side-to-side on most swimmers. This reduces the frontal cross-...
  6. Franklin D. Roosevelt (74009 bytes)
    1: {{Infobox President | name=Franklin Delano Roosevelt
    4: | order=32th President
    7: | preceded=[[Herbert Hoover]]
    8: | succeeded=[[Harry S. Truman]]
    10: | place of birth=[[Hyde Park, New York|Hyde Park]], [[New York]]
  7. Pirate Ship (44502 bytes)
    1: ...rm has been used to refer to raids across land borders by non-state actors. Piracy should be distingu...
    3: == Definition ==
    4: ...09-04-09 |accessdate=2009-04-09 |publisher=[[Open Democracy]]}}</ref>
    10: ...liament/2587/trade.html Phoenician Economy and Trade].</ref> By the 1st century BC, there were pirate ...
    12: ...ued and captured the pirates, and had them put to death.
  8. Pirate (23151 bytes)
    2: A '''pirate''' is one who [[Robbery|robs]] or plunders at sea without a commission from a recognised [...
    4: ...ains a significant problem (with estimated worldwide losses of $13 to $16 billion [[United_States_doll...
    8: ...neer]]s'''. The word comes from ''boucan'', a wooden frame used for cooking meat (called a ''[[barbec...
    10: ... known as '''kapers''' or '''vrijbuiters''' ("plunderers"), the latter combining the words ''vrij'' me...
    14: ...urkish '''''Korsan''''', which seems to have been derived from the European word, which in turn comes ...
  9. Franklin Delano Roosevelt (74009 bytes)
    1: {{Infobox President | name=Franklin Delano Roosevelt
    4: | order=32th President
    7: | preceded=[[Herbert Hoover]]
    8: | succeeded=[[Harry S. Truman]]
    10: | place of birth=[[Hyde Park, New York|Hyde Park]], [[New York]]

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