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  1. Woodworking (12397 bytes)
    9: ...bach-Schmieden]] in Germany has provided fine examples of wooden animal statues from the [[Iron Age]]....
    13: ...tumn Period]]. Lu Ban is said to have brought the plane, chalkline, and other tools to China. His teac...
    17: ... due to its long history, has developed extensive jargon and has preserved many archaic terms that are oth...
    19: ...ely and then applied, rather than being worked in place
    22: * burl: wood with a convoluted, complex grain, usually taken from cancerous growths on ...
  2. President of the United States (42878 bytes)
    14: ...ould be repealed because it excludes qualified people based on technicalities, and fails to appreciate...
    16: ...George W. Bush]] will become the fourth at the completion of his current term in 2008.
    19: ...President, while the individual who was in second place became Vice President.
    25: ...ing across the country to explain their views and plans to the voters. Much of the modern electoral pr...
    35: ... a vast organization numbering about 4 million people, including 1 million active-duty military person...
  3. Plate tectonics (28181 bytes)
    1: ...scientists working in this area. In the theory of plate tectonics the outermost part of the [[Earth]]'...
    3: ...ing, and [[oceanic trench]] formation occur along plate boundaries (most notably around the so-called ...
    5: Plate tectonic theory arose out of two separate geol...
    6: ...mage:Tectonic plates.png|thumb|380px|The tectonic plates of the world were mapped in the second half o...
    7: == Key principles ==
  4. Dictionary (22415 bytes)
    2: ...ologies]], illustrations, usage guidance, and examples in sentences. Dictionaries are most commonly fo...
    14: ...ranslations of words in another language. For example, in a Japanese-English dictionary, the entry ''t...
    23: ...est concepts. From these, other concepts can be explained and defined, in particular for those who are...
    29: Dictionary makers apply two basic philosophies to the defining of words:...
    31: ... is made of these differing views, they usually apply to a very small number of controversial words, w...
  5. List of reference tables (55289 bytes)
    10: Please use the new section editing feature if your b...
    17: ...s/List_of_mis|11,]] [[Special:Allpages/List_of_people_by_name:_Zz|12,]] [[Special:Allpages/List_of_tel...
    29: **[[Lists of people]]
    63: **List of [[Resin identification code|plastic recycling codes]]
    90: *[[Classification of finite simple groups]]
  6. Computer (32773 bytes)
    3: ...hat perform simple well-defined functions. The complex interactions of these components endow computer...
    4: ...iscipline which studies the theory, design, and application of computers is called '''[[computer scie...
    6: ==General principles==
    10: ... the physical phenomena being exploited. For example, electron flows might be used to model the flow ...
    12: ... operations on that information are reduced to simple [[Boolean algebra]].
  7. Underground Railroad (17993 bytes)
    4: ... between [[1810]] and [[1850]], nearly 100,000 people escaped enslavement via the Underground Railroad...
    10: ...American]]s. Churches and religious denominations played key roles, especially the [[Religious Society...
    14: The Underground Railroad developed its own jargon, which continued the [[railway]] metaphor:
    15: *people who helped slaves find the railroad were "agents...
    17: *hiding places were "stations"
  8. Ogg (4373 bytes)
    4: ...a number of different free and commercial [[media player]]s.
    8: ...t which are both freely available and freely re-implementable in software.
    12: ...ies of pages which make up a [[bitstream]]. Multiple bitstreams may be [[mux]]ed in the file where pa...
    14: [[Image:Ogg stream.png|center|Ogg Stream Example]]
    15: ...ations are used in several projects such as [[RealPlayer]] and a set of [[DirectShow]] filters.
  9. Law (13360 bytes)
    2: ...r ensuring the [[impartial]] treatment of such people, and provide punishments for those who do not fo...
    5: ...man activities and relations through systematic application of the force of politically organized soci...
    7: ... President, may create laws. A more specific example might be the Securities and Exchange Act, which,...
    9: ...an effectively understand and explain legal principles, draft relevant documents, and guide parties th...
    13: ...[legal lexicography]], which deals with the principles of producing a [[law dictionary]].
  10. Alchemy (42222 bytes)
    11: ...context of their times. They were attempting to explore and investigate nature before many of the most...
    13: ...sical insight would have been as partial and incomplete as a metaphysics devoid of physical manifestat...
    23: ...of 1989. None of those claims could be reliably duplicated. In either case, the required conditions w...
    25: ...e [[New Age]] movement. Even some physicists have played with alchemical ideas in books such as ''[[Th...
    27: ...of the intellectual connections between that discipline and other facets of Western cultural history, ...
  11. Zirconium (9876 bytes)
    164: == Applications ==
    174: *Zirconium Diamide-Diamine complexes can be used to catalyse the polymerisation of...
    179: ...o contain a new element until Klaproth analyzed a jargon from [[Ceylon]] in the [[Indian Ocean]]. He name...
    184: ...the [[sun]] and [[meteorite]]s. Lunar [[rock]] samples brought back from several [[Apollo program]] mi...
    190: ... air and should be regarded as a major fire and explosion hazard. Zirconium has no [[biology|biologica...
  12. Vice President of the United States (33884 bytes)
    9: ...ident of the United States as "POTUS" similarly applies "VPOTUS" to the Vice President. More casual n...
    21: ...des over day-to-day matters in the Senate; in his place, the Senate chooses a [[President pro tempore ...
    29: ...President, while the individual who was in second place became Vice President. If no one received a m...
    31: The original plan, however, did not forsee the development of pol...
    37: ...ven if the Presidential candidate is elected, and place the Vice Presidential election in the hands of...
  13. Baseball (36464 bytes)
    1: ...Image:Busch Stadium.jpg|thumb|275px|A view of the playing field at [[Busch Stadium]] in [[St. Louis, M...
    3: ...d a [[baseball (ball)|baseball]]. Scoring is accomplished by the batter running and touching a series ...
    7: ==Gameplay==
    10: ... base is a pentagonal rubber slab known as ''home plate''. The field is divided into two main sections...
    12: ...ne players of the home team play the field, while players on the visiting team come to bat one at a ti...
  14. Woodwork (12397 bytes)
    9: ...bach-Schmieden]] in Germany has provided fine examples of wooden animal statues from the [[Iron Age]]....
    13: ...tumn Period]]. Lu Ban is said to have brought the plane, chalkline, and other tools to China. His teac...
    17: ... due to its long history, has developed extensive jargon and has preserved many archaic terms that are oth...
    19: ...ely and then applied, rather than being worked in place
    22: * burl: wood with a convoluted, complex grain, usually taken from cancerous growths on ...
  15. First Lady of the United States (9641 bytes)
    3: ...ident of the United States as "POTUS" similarly applies "'''FLOTUS'''" to the First Lady.)
    7: ...es and functions of state either along with or in place of the President. The first lady also frequent...
    9: ...e--the couple is formally referred to as, for example, "The President and Mrs. Washington."
    118: | [[Jane Means Appleton Pierce]]
    302: | [[Letitia Tyler Semple]]

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