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     1  +5 2014 sep 09midieval xylophoneXylophone - New World EncyclopediaThe xylophone , which had been known in Europe since the Middle Ages , was by the nineteenth Century associated largely with the folk music ... ‎History - ‎Early appearances in ... - ‎Construction - ‎Western classical models
     1  +5 2014 sep 09medieval xylophone
     1  ~ 2014 aug 18what is lump charcoalhttp://www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Charcoallump charcoalWeb definitionsis made directly from hardwood material and usually produces far less ash than briquettes.http://www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Charcoal
     1  ~ 2014 aug 09new world encyclopediaInfo:Main Page - New World EncyclopediaEdith Stein (October 12, 1891 – August 9, 1942) was a German philosopher, a Carmelite nun, martyr, and saint of the Catholic Church, who 
     2  +1 2014 sep 21seojae pilPhilip Jaisohn - New World EncyclopediaSeo Jae - Pil (Jaisohn's original name), born as the second son of a local magistrate, grew up in Seoul, raised by one of his relatives. When a ...
     2  +8 2014 sep 13pretasPreta - New World EncyclopediaPreta (from Sanskrit: Meaning "hungry ghost") is the name of a class of supernatural beings described in Buddhist, Hindu, and Jain texts that ...
     2  ~ 2014 aug 31albatross circulatoryBird - New World EncyclopediaThe albatrosses spend much of their time soaring over the open ocean, and .... Birds have four-chambered hearts, and a circulatory system with ... ‎Bird classification - ‎Anatomy and physiology - ‎Mating systems and parental care
     2  +59 2014 aug 26database of intentionIntension and Extension - New World Encyclopedia... of having intension) should not be confused with intention and intentionality, ... In computer science, some database textbooks use the term ... ‎Intension - ‎Extension - ‎Mathematics - ‎Computer science
     2  +8 2014 aug 21emma of normandyEmma of Normandy - New World EncyclopediaTwice the Queen of the English kingdom, Emma of Normandy is pictured here receiving the Encomium Emmae, with her sons Harthacanute ...
     2  +5 2014 aug 14baek du sanBaekdu Mountain - New World EncyclopediaBaekdu Mountain ( Baekdusan ), also known as Changbai Mountain in Chinese, is a volcanic mountain on the border between North Korea and ...
     2  +27 2014 aug 13werner von braun flWernher von Braun - New World EncyclopediaWernher von Braun stands at his desk in the Marshall Space Flight
     2  +12 2014 aug 12disaster relief package wikiDisaster relief - New World EncyclopediaA Light Amphibious Reconnaissance Craft used in disaster relief
     2  +99 2014 aug 04northeastern united statesNortheastern United States - New World EncyclopediaThe Northeastern United States , as defined by the U.S. Census Bureau, covers nine states: Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, ...
     2  +1 2014 jul 26th eunsinkable molly brownMargaret Brown - New World Encyclopedia... following the Titanic disaster, as The Unsinkable Molly Brown and has been ... the Titanic; 4 Later Life; 5 The Myth of Molly Brown ; 6 Molly Brown House .... ISBN 0-395-93912-7; Ruffin, Frances E. 'Unsinkable ' Molly Brown .
     2  +1 2014 jul 22cecil rhodes medalCecil Rhodes - New World EncyclopediaCecil John Rhodes , PC, DCL (July 5, 1853 – March 26, 1902) was a ... The Rhodesian General Service Medal , awarded to Rhodesian armed ...
     2  +8 2014 jul 21friedrich von wieserFriedrich von Wieser - New World EncyclopediaFriedrich von Wieser (July 10, 1851 – July 22, 1926) was an early member of the Austrian School of economics. He built on Carl Menger's view ...
     2  +4 2014 jul 20history of joggingJogging - New World EncyclopediaHistory . President Jimmy Carter jogging :It was Carter who reflected, "Everyone who has run knows that its most important value is in ...
     2  +1 2014 jul 18gadjah mada domain areaGajah Mada - New World EncyclopediaGajah Mada first rose to prominence as commander of the .... the domains that Majapahit had gained during Gajah Mada's period as mahapatih ...
     3  +1 2014 oct 04indian foot washingFoot Washing - New World EncyclopediaFoot washing (also known as pedilavium) is a religious rite ... Furthermore, in the predominantly Hindu culture of India , touching the feet of ...
     3  +1 2014 sep 30anglo nepal warGurkha War - New World EncyclopediaIt is sometimes called the Gorkha War or the Anglo - Nepalese War . The Gurkha War marked the rise of the Gurkha kingdom and the ...
     3  +5 2014 sep 30nine norse elementsNorse Mythology - New World EncyclopediaScandinavians believed that the cosmos was divided into nine ... The cosmology of Norse mythology also involves certain elements of duality.
     3  +20 2014 sep 28sources of magnesium flashMagnesium - New World EncyclopediaThis property was applied in the early days of photography, when magnesium powder ( flash powder) was used as a source of illumination.
     3  +98 2014 sep 24mail order worldMail - order business - New World EncyclopediaA mail - order business sells goods or services by mail. Such a retail business takes orders from consumers without them having to come into the ...
     3  +1 2014 sep 20persian griffinGriffin - New World EncyclopediaThe Griffin (sometimes spelled gryphon or griffen , gryphos in Ancient Greek or شیردال shirdal in Persian ) is a legendary creature with the body ...
     3  +2 2014 sep 17yokohama 1854 shogun families yamaguchiYokohama - New World EncyclopediaFrom top left: Minato Mirai 21, Yokohama Chinatown, Nippon Maru,
     3  -2 2014 sep 16walt disney's family valuesWalt Disney - New World EncyclopediaWalt Disney was a complex person who, by his own admission, ... he maintained a high standard of wholesome family values coupled with a ...
     3  +4 2014 sep 14st matthew and miraclesSaint Matthew - New World EncyclopediaSaint Matthew ... Caravaggio's depiction of The Calling of Saint Matthew .... The king still does not relent, but after several more miracles , he ...
     3  +5 2014 sep 02baidubaikeBaidu Baike - New World EncyclopediaBaidu Baike (Chinese: 百度百科; pinyin: bǎidù bǎikē; translation: Baidu Encyclopedia) is a Chinese language collaborative Web-based ...
     3  ~ 2014 aug 29ivy lee press-release textIvy Lee - New World EncyclopediaIvy Ledbetter Lee (July 16, 1877 – November 9, 1934) is often ... Ivy Lee issued what is often considered to be the first press release in 1906.
     3  +63 2014 jul 20nebrask border missouri riverMissouri River - New World EncyclopediaMissouri at N.P. Dodge Park, Omaha, Nebraska ... the north and eastern edge of Nebraska , forming part of its border with South Dakota and all ...
     3  +3 2014 jul 18wahabi influnce on quranWahhabism - New World EncyclopediaBrotherhood was likely influenced by the Wahhabis , since they also claimed to be purifying and restoring Islam .
     4  +1 2014 oct 05stone sentinel mazeZhuge Liang - New World Encyclopedia2.1 Using straw boats to borrow arrows; 2.2 Stone Sentinel Maze ; 2.3 Empty Fort Strategy. 3 Legacy; 4 See also; 5 References; 6 External links ...
     4  -1 2014 sep 25sir kourosh persiaCyrus the Great - New World EncyclopediaCyrus (Old Persian Kourosh or Khorvash, modern Persian : کوروش, Kourosh ) ..... The English philosopher Sir Thomas Browne named his 1658 ...
     4  +4 2014 sep 22history of american filmFilm industry (United States) - New World EncyclopediaHistory . The history of American cinema is sometimes separated into four main periods: the silent era, Classical Hollywood cinema, New ...
     4  ~ 2014 sep 13vijayanagar demiseBattle of Talikota - New World EncyclopediaThe throne of the Vijayanagara Empire had passed from Achyuta Raya, upon his death , to Rama Raya who, according to many scholars, ...
     4  +2 2014 sep 10ainu creation mythAinu - New World EncyclopediaThe cosmology of the Ainu people consists of six heavens and six hells where gods, demons, and animals ...
     4  -1 2014 sep 08polygamy thirty years warPolygamy - New World EncyclopediaThe term polygamy (literally many marriages in late Greek) is used in related ..... was reported by Jensen (1980), following the Thirty Years War :.
     4  ~ 2014 aug 29jerusalem post kindleJerusalem Post - New World EncyclopediaThe Jerusalem Post is an Israeli daily English language broadsheet newspaper, founded on December 1, 1932, by Gershon Agron as The ...
     4  +21 2014 aug 18world neural systemNervous system - New World EncyclopediaThe nervous system is the network of specialized cells, tissues, and organs in a multicellular animal that coordinates the body's interaction with ...
     4  +6 2014 aug 17merkaba and ophanimMerkabah - New World EncyclopediaMerkabah (מרכבה: Hebrew for "chariot"), refers to the throne of God, ... rulers, the Seraphim, the Cherubim, the seven Archangels, the Ophanim , ...
     4  -2 2014 aug 12whitey ford wedding ringWhitey Ford - New World EncyclopediaWhitey Ford was born Edward Charles Ford on October 21, 1928, in New .... Ford would sometimes use the diamond in his wedding ring to ...
     4  +1 2014 aug 04jersey island of refugeesOccupation of the Channel Islands by Nazi Germany - New World ... with their school. In Jersey , the majority of Islanders chose to stay. ..... No Cause for Panic: Channel Islands Refugees 1940-45. St. Helier ...
     4  +3 2014 jul 29francesco salviati kairosKairos - New World EncyclopediaAn artistic representation of Kairos by Francesco Salviati . Kairos (καιρός) is an ancient Greek word meaning the "right or opportune moment.
     4  +9 2014 jul 24continent and country listList of countries by continent - New World EncyclopediaThis is a list of the countries of the world by continent , according ...
     4  +6 2014 jul 19operation wrath of godOperation Wrath of God - New World EncyclopediaOperation Wrath of God (Hebrew: מבצע זעם האל, Mivtza Za'am Ha'el), also called Operation Bayonet, was a covert operation directed by Israel and its security ...
     5  +29 2014 sep 29adelaide land values exceed sydney toop tv episode 90Sydney - New World EncyclopediaThe Sydney Opera House and Sydney CBD at dusk from Jeffrey Street, Kirribilli
     5  -1 2014 sep 26jindeok of sillaQueen Seondeok of Silla - New World EncyclopediaSeondeok (Sŏndŏk) reigned as Queen of Silla , one of the Three ... Jinpyeong's daughters and niece Seungman (later Queen Jindeok ) were the ...
     5  +2 2014 sep 23اهمیت رود کنگوCongo River - New World EncyclopediaWith railways now bypassing the three major falls (Matadi-Kinshasa; Kisangani- Ubundu; Kindu-Kongolo), the Congo  ...
     5  -1 2014 sep 21yokohama 1854 shogun family yamaguchi
     5  -1 2014 sep 19dollar market subsidiary walmartWal-Mart - New World EncyclopediaIn 1998, Wal-Mart introduced the "Neighborhood Market " concept with three
     5  +4 2014 sep 16the sacred fig foundationSacred fig - New World EncyclopediaSacred fig (Ficus religiosa) is a species of banyan fig , characterized by .... and the selfless volunteer contributors of the Wikimedia Foundation .
     5  +11 2014 sep 08cabin riser elevatore cabinaElevator - New World EncyclopediaA set of elevators (or lifts) in the lower level of a London Underground station
     5  ~ 2014 sep 06facebook ekhwan medamesSaudi Arabia - New World EncyclopediaThe Saudi military was founded as the Ikhwan army, the tribal army of Ibn ..... shawarma (spit-cooked sliced lamb), and ful medames (a paste of ...
     5  +7 2014 sep 06kourosh the greatCyrus (Old Persian Kourosh or Khorvash, modern Persian: کوروش, Kourosh ) (ca. 576 – July 529 B.C.E.), also known as Cyrus the Great and ...
     5  +3 2014 aug 29secretariat size versusSecretariat - New World EncyclopediaBold Ruler, the sire of Secretariat had an average size heart. ... body for further study, or to preserve large specimens, like the heart, ... ‎Background - ‎The Triple Crown - ‎After the Triple Crown - ‎Final Race
     5  +36 2014 aug 25jabir ibn hayyanJabir ibn Hayyan - New World EncyclopediaJabir ibn Hayyan (c. eighth and early ninth centuries) was an Islamic thinker from the early medieval period to whom is ascribed authorship of a ...
     5  +4 2014 aug 21marching band originsMarching band - New World EncyclopediaA marching band is a group of instrumental musicians who generally perform outdoors and who incorporate some type of marching or other ...
     5  +4 2014 aug 10hiroshige two girls fishingHiroshige - New World EncyclopediaHis subjects included flowers, fish and birds, but his most important prints are ... name "Utagawa" after only a year instead of the usual two or three years. ... and produced figure prints of girls , actors, and samurai, or warriors.
     5  +5 2014 aug 07moses de leonMoses de Leon - New World EncyclopediaMoses de Leon (c. 1250 – 1305), known in Hebrew as Moshe ben Shem-Tov ( משה בן שם-טוב די-ליאון), was a Spanish rabbi and Kabbalist who is ...
     5  +96 2014 aug 04tanakh hebrew english karaiteKaraites - New World EncyclopediaKaraites , Karaite Judaism or Karaism is a Jewish denomination characterized by the sole reliance on the Tanakh ( Hebrew Bible ) as scripture, ...
     5  +43 2014 aug 03joachim of fioreJoachim of Fiore - New World EncyclopediaJoachim of Fiore , also known as Joachim of Flora (c. 1135 – March 30, 1202), was a Christian visionary and abbot whose teaching of a ...
     5  +14 2014 jul 31carretto panda natural powerSicily - New World EncyclopediaPrevious (Sichuan Giant Panda Sanctuaries) ... For much of its existence, Sicily has stood at a crossroads of international turmoil and power ploys while ... However, natural vegetation has been greatly compromised by human influence. ..... A Sicilian wood cart, or Carretto Siciliano, is painted with intricate ...
     5  +58 2014 jul 25john nicola shylockJohn Gielgud - New World EncyclopediaSir Arthur John Gielgud, OM, CH (April 14, 1904 – May 21, 2000), known
     5  ~ 2014 jul 25bible - ningal aandukalumSin (mythology) - New World EncyclopediaHis wife was the reed goddess Ningal ("Great Lady"), who bore him .... as the basis for the famous story of the Tower of Babel in the Bible .
     5  +3 2014 jul 25selim the sotSelim II - New World EncyclopediaTherefore, he became known as Selim the Drunkard or Selim the Sot (Turkish: Sarhoş Selim). His Grand Vizier, Mohammed Sukulli, a Serbian ...
     5  +6 2014 jul 21christmas island religious festivalChristmas Island - New World EncyclopediaReligion . Differing languages and religious beliefs work in harmony on Christmas Island , despite the diversity of races. The different ...
     5  ~ 2014 jul 21korean painted gongGongmin of Goryeo - New World EncyclopediaKing Gongmin (공민왕 恭愍王1330 – 1374) ruled Goryeo ( Korea ) from 1351 ... " Hunt in the Mountains of Heaven," a painting by King Gongmin .
     6  +10 2014 oct 03stone columns classical orderColumn - New World EncyclopediaChurch of San Prospero, Reggio Emilia, Italy. The Roman author Vitruvius, relying on the writings (now lost) of Greek authors, ...
     6  ~ 2014 sep 24claire lee mei hui tumblrSòng Měilíng - New World EncyclopediaSòng Měilíng or Soong May-ling or Soong Mei -ling, also known as Madame Chiang Kai-shek (Traditional Chinese: 宋美齡; Simplified Chinese: ...
     6  +1 2014 sep 23battle of inchonBattle of Inchon - New World EncyclopediaThe Battle of Inchon (also Romanized as "Incheon;" Korean: 인천 상륙 작전 Incheon Sangryuk Jakjeon; code name: Operation Chromite) was a ...
     6  -2 2014 sep 21black anodizing wikipediaAnodizing - New World EncyclopediaAnodizing is a technique used to coat the surface of a metal with an oxide layer.
     6  +31 2014 sep 20major kgbKGB - New World EncyclopediaThe KGB was the umbrella organization for the Soviet Union's ..... The KGB thus succeeded in penetrating major branches of the United States ...
     6  +4 2014 sep 10harrowing of hellHarrowing of Hell - New World EncyclopediaThe Harrowing of Hell is a doctrine in Christian theology, derived from biblical exegesis and found in the Apostles' Creed and the Athanasian ...
     6  -2 2014 sep 07hyginus leoPope Hyginus - New World EncyclopediaPope Saint Hyginus , also called Yginus, was a bishop of Rome from .... Leo II Benedict II John V Conon Sergius I John VI John VII Sisinnius
     6  +2 2014 sep 06who trained arjunArjuna - New World EncyclopediaThe third of the five Pandava brothers, Arjuna was a master archer who played a pivotal .... Arjuna told Agni that although he has been well- trained in the divine ...
     6  +4 2014 aug 27modern south koreaContemporary Culture of South Korea - New World EncyclopediaSouth Korea's contemporary culture has been shaped by the passionate .... Modern literature has linked with the development of hangul, ...
     6  +9 2014 aug 24serengeti national park factsSerengeti Plain - New World EncyclopediaFor the sake of comparison, the Serengeti National Park is ... Due to the fact that lions were considered a nuisance for civilizations in the region, ...
     6  +10 2014 aug 15canary islands belongs toCanary Islands - New World EncyclopediaThe Canary Islands , though politically a part of Spain, are only 67 miles from the ... they belong to the Macaronesia ecoregion, which also contains the islands of ...
     6  +9 2014 aug 14tuscarora indians fishTuscarora ( tribe ) - New World EncyclopediaThe Tuscarora are an American Indian tribe originally in North .... Fishing contributed significantly to their diet, as they could fish both in the ...
     6  +28 2014 aug 07kamo no chomeiKamo no Chomei - New World EncyclopediaKamo no Chōmei (鴨長明, 1155–1216) was a Japanese author, (waka) poet, essayist, and critic of Japanese vernacular poetry, one of the ...
     6  +43 2014 jul 30radcliiffe brown willAlfred Radcliffe - Brown - New World EncyclopediaRadcliffe - Brown was particularly instrumental in bringing together the .... as I have defined it, is something that does not and never will exist.
     6  +7 2014 jul 26tulsidash ka histryTulsidas - New World EncyclopediaTulsidas wrote twelve books and is considered the greatest and most ... and breadth of India—the story no doubt originates in the passages of his poems. .... Ram Chandra Shukla in his critical work Hindi Sahitya Ka Itihaas.
     6  ~ 2014 jul 23western united statesWestern United States - New World EncyclopediaThe Western United States —commonly referred to as the American West or simply The West—traditionally refers to the region comprising the ...
     6  +95 2014 jul 22chinese junk boatJunk ( ship ) - New World EncyclopediaA junk is a Chinese sailing vessel. The English name comes from Javanese djong (Malay: adjong), meaning ' ship ' or 'large vessel'. Junks were ...
     6  +95 2014 jul 18kingdom of israelKingdom of Israel - New World EncyclopediaThe Kingdom of Israel (Hebrew: מַלְכוּת יִשְׂרָאֵל, Standard Hebrew Malkut Yisrael) was the kingdom proclaimed by the Israelite nation ...
     7  +2 2014 oct 04raja raja cholanRaja Raja Chola I - New World EncyclopediaRajaraja Chola I (Tamil: இராஜராஜ சோழன்), considered as the greatest king of the Chola Empire by many, ruled between 985 and ...
     7  +7 2014 oct 03raja raja chola
     7  +12 2014 oct 02fundamental rights and dutiesFundamental Rights , Directive Principles and Fundamental Duties of The Fundamental Rights , Directive Principles of State Policy and Fundamental Duties represent sections of the Constitution of India that ...
     7  +1 2014 oct 02dead sea scrolls genizaCairo Geniza - New World EncyclopediaThe Cairo geniza was a storeroom in a synagogue in Cairo, Egypt, in which ... which were later also discovered among the Dead Sea Scrolls .
     7  +94 2014 sep 29hand driven el generatorElectrical generator - New World EncyclopediaSide view of a portable generator, showing the gasoline engine. .... Hand - driven electric generator of the radio station (Dubendorf museum of ...
     7  +26 2014 sep 28sri krishna devarayaKrishnadevaraya - New World EncyclopediaThe reign of Sri Krishnadevaraya (Kannada: ಶ್ರೀ ಕೃಷ್ಣದೇವರಾಯ, Telugu:శ్రీకృష్ణదేవరాయ) (r. 1509-1529 C.E.) stands out as ...
     7  +2 2014 sep 10aspasia modelsAspasia - New World EncyclopediaAspasia appears in the philosophical writings of Xenophon, Aeschines ..... Lucian calls Aspasia a " model of wisdom," "the admired of the ...
     7  +20 2014 sep 07gar riversIndus River - New World EncyclopediaSource, Confluence of the Sengge and Gar rivers ... The Indus River (Urdu: سندھ Sindh; Sindhi: سنڌو Sindh; Sanskrit and Hindi: सिन्धु ...
     7  +8 2014 sep 05morarji desai profileMorarji Desai - New World EncyclopediaMorarji Ranchhodji Desai (February 29, 1896 – April 10, 1995) was an Indian .... Profiles of Indian prime ministers: Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru to Dr.
     7  +4 2014 sep 03endemic birds horn of africaHorn of Africa - New World EncyclopediaIn addition to animal and bird life, the Horn of Africa is home to proportionately more native reptiles than any other region on the continent.
     7  +5 2014 aug 31human development index taiwanNext (List of countries by Human Development Index ) - New World World map indicating Human Development Index (2007) ..... File:Flag of the Republic of China.svg Republic of China ( Taiwan ), 0.932, 2007 ...
     7  +40 2014 aug 28darkfield microscope partsElectron microscope - New World EncyclopediaAn electron microscope is a type of microscope that uses electrons to ... The electron microscope is an integral part of many laboratories.
     7  +26 2014 aug 26christianity in japanChristianity in Japan - New World EncyclopediaChristianity in Japan is a religious minority, which constitutes about 1 million to 3 million persons. Nearly all known traditional denominations of ...
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