|Strength in Numbers (Disturbing tha Peace album): The next single off the compilation is "Down in tha Dirty" featuring Rick Ross & Bun B.|
|Rock My World (Little Country Girl): "Rock My World (Little Country Girl)" is a single by American country music duo Brooks & Dunn that peaked at #2 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) chart. It was the fourth single released from their CD, Hard Workin' Man, as well as the second single to feature Kix Brooks on lead vocals.|
|Gopherus polyphemus: There are currently four recognized species in the genus Gopherus|
|Beathut: Beathut specialises in hip hop, R&B and other affiliated music genres, mainly US imports however Beathut has distributed some UK hip hop such as VA Food 4 Da Brain & Nomadic Poet's 'A Traveller's Tale'. Beathut opened Beathut Record Store, in August 2004 in Soho. Beathut Records sold music on CD, Vinyl, magazines, clothing and DJ equipment. Beathut closed its retail store in August 2006 to concentrate on other aspects of the business however in 2007 Beathut opened CD HUT, a new hip hop shop first at Release the Groove in Denman Street, then at Vinyl Junkies, Berwick St, Soho, London.|
|Dendroceratida: In taxonomy, the Dendroceratida are an order of sponges of the class Demospongiae. They are typically found in shallow coastal and tidal areas of most coasts around the world. They are generally characterized by concentric layers of spongin fibers, and large flagellated chambers that open directly into the exhalant canals.|
|Don Cossacks: The following 34 pages are in this category, out of 34 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
|Eternal return: However, Nietzsche begins from the premise that nothing is eternal and invariable (for otherwise we consider it a separate world). Therefore even the speed of the wheels would have to fluctuate. And because we assume that space is fully discrete ("quantum"), then speed – as the number of such "space quantums" made in a measure of time – would also have to be discrete, and thus we also have a finite number of velocities.|
|Microtechnology: The following 65 pages are in this category, out of 65 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
|Slap-a-Ham Records: Slap A Ham Records was a hardcore punk, thrash metal and grindcore label from San Francisco, California owned and operated by Chris Dodge.|
|Denzo Ishisaki: Denzo Ishisaki, Japanese: 石崎 伝蔵; Ishisaki Denzo (October 20, 1886 – April 29, 1999) was for a short time Japan's oldest person and the world's oldest man. He lived in Ibaraki Prefecture. Ishisaki apparently became the world's oldest man after the December 25, 1998 passing of Walter Richardson of the USA, who was 113. He became Japan's oldest person following the February 1999 passing of Yasu Akino, also 113. Ishisaki died at the age of 112 years and 191 days.|
|Mid-importance neuroscience articles: The following 82 pages are in this category, out of 82 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
|Ronald Stordahl: Dr. Ronald Stordahl is the chief executive officer of electronic component distributor Digi-Key Corporation, located in Thief River Falls, MN. The privately-held company has annual sales of over $640 million and employs over 1,700 people. Stordahl founded the company in 1972, beginning with a single employee.|
|The Best Hits (Enrique Iglesias album): The Best Hits is the second greatest hits album released by pop singer Enrique Iglesias in 1999. The album was released by Fonovisa after Iglesias had left them and signed with Interscope. Unlike a similar album Bailamos Greatest Hits released a few months prior contained mostly songs that were released as singles. The album did include album tracks such as "Volvere", "Si Juras Regresar", "Cosas del Amor" and "Falta Tanto Amor".|
|Jetix: The following 46 pages are in this category, out of 46 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
|Saint-Georges-sur-Renon: Coordinates: 46°06′00″N 5°01′00″E / 46.1, 5.03333|
|Halomicrobium: In taxonomy, Halomicrobium is a genus of the Halobacteriaceae.|
|Princess Francisca of Brazil: Francisca married François d'Orléans, prince de Joinville, the son of Louis-Philippe of France, in 1843.|
|Brick (electronics): In the strictest sense of the term, bricking must imply that the device is completely unrecoverable without some hardware replacement. If the device can be repaired through software or firmware changes, it's not a brick.|
|Yen carry trade: The result was speedy close - this is articles for deletion, not merging. See WP:MERGE for more info on merging. MER-C 11:54, 16 March 2007 (UTC)|
|Waimea River, Southland: The Waimea River is a tributary of the Mataura River in Southland, New Zealand. The Waimea Plains around this river form part of the Southland Plains.|
|Baltimore Blast (current): The Baltimore Blast were founded by software designer Bill Stealey as the Baltimore Spirit at the end of July 1992 and joined the National Professional Soccer League. The team replaced the earlier Baltimore Blast, who folded along with the original MISL. When the team was purchased by Ed Hale, a former owner of the original team, the Spirit were renamed the Blast in 1998 (Hale had the rights to the Blast name, hence the reason why the team decided to change its name) and joined the new Major Indoor Soccer League in 2001. The team plays their home matches at the 1st Mariner Arena and train at the DuBurns Arena, both located in Baltimore, Maryland. The teams colors are Red and Gold.|
|Pierre-Julien Leclair: Born in Ste-Thérèse, Canada East, he was educated at the College of Ste. Therese and studied law in Université Laval, graduating with the degree of LL.B. After studying law in the office of De Lorimier & De Lorirnier, he was admitted to the practice of law in July 1883. He later became a partner in the firm Auge, Leclair & Chaffers. He was acclaimed as the Conservative candidate to the Canadian House of Commons in a 1893 by-election for the riding of Terrebonne. He did not run in the 1896 election.|
|Jan Åge Fjørtoft: After his retirement he worked as a football commentator for NRK, but resigned when he took over the director of football role at Lillestrøm. Currently he also works for another television channel, TV3.|
|Mongolian barbecue (disambiguation): The term Mongolian barbecue is often used to describe a style of stir-fry griddle cooking which originated in Taiwan, but has nothing to do with Mongolia.|
|Great Northern Railway (Ireland): This category contains only the following page. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
|Macadamia neurophylla: Macadamia neurophylla is a species of plant in the Proteaceae family. It is endemic to New Caledonia. It is threatened by habitat loss.|
|List of games for TI-89: Listcruft. Wikipedia is not an indiscriminate collection of information or a compendium of every game anyone decided to program for a calculator. In addition, there is nary a source (WP:RS, WP:V). Crystallina 06:37, 27 November 2006 (UTC)|
|Indo-European sound laws: Notable among these are Grimm's law in Proto-Germanic, loss of prevocalic *p- in Proto-Celtic, loss of prevocalic *s- in Proto-Greek, Brugmann's law in Proto-Indo-Iranian. Grassmann's law and Bartholomae's law may or may not have been still common Indo-European.|
|Samuel Fletcher: He sat with the Independent-Farmer group in the legislature, and did not seek re-election in 1922.|