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  1. May Irwin (2858 bytes)
    4: ...ew York's Metropolitan Theater then at the [[Tony Pastor]] Theatre, a popular New York City music hall.
    12: ...ature-length adaptation of [[George V. Hobart]]'s play, ''[[Mrs. Black is Back]]''.
  2. Lillian Russell (2418 bytes)
    7: ...arance caused such a stir that she stayed on with Pastor and starred in some of his [[comic opera|comic op...
    9: ... the audience. Since her first appearance at Tony Pastor's she was also the subject of a great deal fanfar...
  3. Madagascar (29377 bytes)
    2: .... It is the home of five percent of the world's [[plant]] and [[animal]] species, 80 percent of them u...
    68: ...y and "Malgasization" of the education system crippled the economy, leaving traces even today of a hig...
    70: ...rong in [[Antananarivo]] and the surrounding high plateau.
    72: ...ations and crippling general strikes, Ratsiraka replaced his prime minister in [[August]] [[1991]] but...
    74: ...nstitutions, and set an 18-month timetable for completing a transition to a new form of constitutional...
  4. Arizona (24318 bytes)
    96: ...abitants, [[Marcos de Niza]], a [[Franciscan]], explored the area in [[1539]]. [[Francisco Vá³±uez de ...
    108: ... employees, and health insurance for government employees. The executive budget has allocated money to...
    115: ...rent Franks]] (R-2), [[John Shadegg]] (R-3), [[Ed Pastor]] (D-4), [[J.D. Hayworth]] (R-5), [[Jeff Flake]] ...
    130: ...and marks the southwestern edge of the [[Colorado Plateau]], where the state experienced its [[Rodeo-C...
    134: ...f [[sediment]] as the [[Colorado Plateau]]s have uplifted.
  5. Christianity (47078 bytes)
    8: ...enerally grouped into three main branches, which split from one another in disputes over doctrine:
    23: ...1), but was rejected as an [[apostate]] by the people generally considered to be the [[Jew]]ish author...
    27: ...f Jesus as recorded in the [[New Testament]]. Examples include the book of [[Isaiah]] that alludes to ...
    29: ...early traditions of the church name numerous disciples (as many as [[Seventy Apostles|70]], including ...
    34: ...on shared the faith, he would draw another arc completing this [[ichthys]], a symbol of Christianity.]...
  6. Tycho Brahe (17516 bytes)
    3: ...mill]]. His best known assistant was [[Johannes Kepler]].
    14: ''I've studied all available charts of the planets and stars and none of them match the others....
    16: .... (These measurements became the possessions of Kepler following Tycho's death.)
    18: ...he rest of his life, he was said to have worn a replacement made of [[silver]] and [[gold]]. Tycho's ...
    26: ...rsten J?sdatter]] who was a commoner, her father, Pastor Jorgen Hansen, being the [[Lutheran]] clergyman o...
  7. Photosynthesis (9830 bytes)
    2: ...50px|Leaf. The primary site of photosynthesis in plants.]]
    3: ...a [[biochemistry|biochemical]] process in which [[plant]]s, [[alga]]e, and some [[bacterium|bacteria]]...
    5: == Photosynthesis in plants ==
    6: Plants are [[autotroph]]s, which means they are able...
    10: ..., both processes actually take place through a complex sequence of steps, and are very different in de...
  8. March 17 (9666 bytes)
    8: ...s Marquette]] and [[Louis Jolliet]] begin their exploration of the Great Lakes and the Mississippi riv...
    10: ...ston, Massachusetts]] after [[George Washington]] places [[artillery]] overlooking the city.
    32: ...Minister, [[Robin Cook]], resigns over government plans for [[2003 invasion of Iraq|war with Iraq]].
    38: *[[1780]] - [[Thomas Chalmers]], Scottish pastor, social reformer, educator, author, and scientist...
    39: ...[1804]] - [[Jim Bridger]], American trapper and explorer (d. [[1881]])
  9. Montgomery, Alabama (5329 bytes)
    3: {{Template:US City infobox|
    29: ...tephens]] on the [[Tombigbee River]], had been supplanted by [[Huntsville, Alabama|Huntsville]] then [...
    31: ...s issues during his tenure, [[1954]]/[[1960]], as pastor of the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church, two blocks f...
    43: ...ensus]]{{GR|2}} of [[2000]], there are 201,568 people, 78,384 households, and 51,106 families residing...
    45: ...living with them, 42.4% are [[Marriage|married couples]] living together, 19.1% have a female househol...
  10. Topeka, Kansas (10234 bytes)
    2: {{Template:US City infobox|
    33: ...rs could reliably find a way across the river and plenty of whiskey but little else.
    35: ...wly-established Fort Riley. In [[1854]], after completion of the first cabin, six men established the ...
    44: Topeka was the home of Linda Brown, the named plaintiff in [[Brown v. Board of Education]] which w...
    69: ...few churches in the U.S. to have its sanctuary completely decorated with [[Louis Comfort Tiffany|Tiffa...
  11. List of dog breeds (16959 bytes)
    3: ...r new breeds that may still be under development. Please see individual articles for more information....
    404: ===Pa-Pl===
    413: *[[Perro de Pastor Mallorquin]]
    429: *[[Plott Hound]]
    480: *[[Sarplaninac]]
  12. Samuel F. B. Morse (8859 bytes)
    9: ...assachusetts]], the first child of geographer and pastor [[Jedidiah Morse]] and Elizabeth Ann Breese Morse...
    21: ...telegraph. It used a one-element battery and a simple electromagnet. This prototype only worked over s...
    24: ...er Alfred Vail was the actual inventor of this simpler code has been debated since the earliest days. ...
    40: * '''People''': [[William Thomson, 1st Baron Kelvin|Lord Ke...
    41: ...raph cable]], [[List of inventions named after people]], [[List of inventors]], [[List of Unitarian U...
  13. Robert Abbot (2381 bytes)
    5: ...of [[Southwick]], [[Hampshire]]. Later, he became pastor at the "extruded" Udall of St Austin's, in [[Lond...

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