Requests for checkuser/Case/Jitcji: Inconclusive. Voice-of-All 18:28, 18 June 2007 (UTC)
Jeopardy! in merchandising: In 2004, Barnes and Noble published This is Jeopardy!: Celebrating America's Favorite Quiz Show. Written by Ray Richmond, it featured selected Jeopardy answers from each of the show's first twenty seasons, plus trivia and other notable facts about the show.
St. John's Episcopal Church: Note: There is more than one St. John's Episcopal in D.C.
Springtime: Springtime is one of the four temperate seasons, see spring.
Thorvald Wilhelmsen: He never participated in the Summer Olympics, but finished seventh at the 1946 European Championships at Bislett stadion in a personal best time of 31:20.8 minutes. [1] This remained his career best time. [2] He became Norwegian champion in 1946, [3] but his career was interrupted by World War II in Norway from 1940-1945.
22623 Fisico: 22623 Fisico (1998 KR34) is a Main-belt Asteroid discovered on May 22, 1998 by the Lincoln Laboratory Near-Earth Asteroid Research Team at Socorro.
Aanchal: Aanchal is a 1960 Hindi movie directed by Vasant Joglekar. The film stars Ashok Kumar, Nanda, Lalita Pawar and Nirupa Roy.
Writers from Cincinnati: The following 27 pages are in this category, out of 27 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
Shire of Avoca: On 23 September 1994, the Shire was abolished, and merged with Shire of Lexton and Shire of Ripon into the Shire of Pyrenees, with the district around Navarre transferring to the Shire of Northern Grampians.[3]
Shapiro inequality: In mathematics, the Shapiro inequality is an inequality due to H. Shapiro and Vladimir Drinfel'd.
Žabeň: Žabeň is a village in the Moravian-Silesian Region of the Czech Republic. It has around 600 inhabitants.
Lucas Dillon, 6th Viscount Dillon: He was a great-grandson of Theobald Dillon, Lord President of Connaught, for whom the title Viscount Dillon, of Costello-Gallen in the County of Mayo, was created in 1622. The title still exists in the Peerage of Ireland.
Military of Burkina Faso: This category contains only the following page. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
Kingpin (film): The critical reception was mixed and it gets 54% at Rottentomatoes.[1] Roger Ebert had one of the more noteworthy positive reviews, giving it 3.5 out of 4 stars. [2]
Aristarchus of Thessalonica: Aristarchus, "a Greek Macedonian of Thessalonica" (Acts 27:2), was an early Christian mentioned in a few passages of the New Testament. He accompanied Saint Paul on his third missionary journey. Along with Gaius, another Macedonian, Aristarchus was seized by the mob at Ephesus and taken into the theater (Acts 19:29). Later, Aristarchus returned with Paul from Greece to Asia (Acts 20:4). At Caesarea, he embarked with Paul on a ship of Edremit (Adramyttium) bound for Myra in Lycia (Acts 27:2); whether he traveled with him from there to Rome is not recorded. Aristarchus is described as Paul's "fellow prisoner" and "fellow laborer" in Colossians 4:10 and Philemon 1:24, respectively.
Ours Is the Kingdom: "Our hearts lie not in heaven, Nor Eastern desert sands."
Death and the Maiden (Verlaines song): You'll only end up like Rimbaud Get shot by Verlaine, Verlaine, Verlaine, Verlaine.... The lyrics above refer to Paul Verlaine, a 19th century French poet. After going into a drunken rage, Verlaine shot his lover – fellow poet Arthur Rimbaud in July 1873. The Verlaines took their name from the French poet.
George Tirebiter: George became endeared to the student body when he bit the University of California Los Angeles mascot Joe Bruin on the nose at a home football game.
Paul Verhoeven (Germany): Verhoeven had 13 siblings and the family lived in simple circumstances. His first wife was the actress Doris Kiesow with whom he had three children: Lis Verhoeven became an actress and the first wife of Mario Adorf, Michael Verhoeven became a film director who married Senta Berger, and Monika. Verhoeven's second wife was the actress Edith Schultze-Westrum and they had the son Thomas Schultze-Westrum, a zoologist and maker of animal documentaries.
Abercorn Primary School: The very first line of WP:NOT is "Wikipedia is not a paper encyclopedia". It can accept those topics not in paper wikipedia. While iterating through the arguments, "Wikipedia is not a directory" and "Wikipedia is not an indiscriminate collection of information" are repeatedly used but I cannot find anything relevant to the details of two clauses.
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Marion, Waushara County, Wisconsin: There were 908 households out of which 20.4% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 64.6% were married couples living together, 3.7% had a female householder with no husband present, and 27.9% were non-families. 23.8% of all households were made up of individuals and 12.2% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.27 and the average family size was 2.65.
Tommy Gunn jr: Tommy Leon Gunn Jr. (born March 17, 1981) in Cincinati Ohio is an American Basketball Player that plays in the European Basketball League.
2011 Pacific Games: The fourteenth edition of the Pacific Games will be held in Nouméa, New Caledonia in September 2011. [1]
Vertebrate telomerase RNA: Telomerase is a ribonucleoprotein reverse transcriptase that synthesises telomeric DNA. Telomerase RNAs differ greatly in sequence and structure between vertebrates, ciliates and yeasts, but they share a 5' pseudoknot structure close to the template sequence. Vertebrate telomerase RNAs have a 3' H/ACA snoRNA-like domain. This family also contains viral telomerase RNAs from the Gallid herpes viruses as described by Fragnet et al.[1]
Seven Sport: On January 5, 2006 the Australian Football League accepted a bid from Seven and Ten to broadcast AFL games from 2007 - 2011 at a cost of AU$780 million, an AU$280 million increase on the Nine/Ten/Foxtel 2002-2006 joint broadcast venture. Under the deal, the networks will alternate the Brownlow Medal ceremonies and the AFL Grand Final[1]. The Seven Network will broadcast all Friday night Premiership season matches, while sharing the other 7 weekly AFL matches between Network Ten and Foxtel.
Kenny Walker (American football): Walker starred at the University of Nebraska, playing in the Senior Bowl in January of 1991. Three months later, the Broncos selected him in the eighth round (200th overall) of the 1991 NFL Draft.
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