Louvroil: Coordinates: 50°15′54″N 3°57′36″E / 50.265, 3.960
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Michael Küchmeister von Sternberg: On January 7, 1414 Küchmeister was chosen as the 28th Grand Master of the Teutonic Order. Although he preferred negotiations over war, he strengthened Marienburg Castle with an extra wall on the north side. He resigned in March 1422 before the Gollub War began.
The Battle of Love's Return: Kaufman plays 'Abacrombie', a down-on-his-luck loser. Upon being fired from his job, he sets out on a quest to find himself, encountering a variety of oddball characters who only make it harder for him. Sooner or later, he stumbles upon the girl of his dreams, and he determines to overcome his stupidity and win her heart.
Anthony Cary, 5th Viscount of Falkland: This biography of a Scottish peer or noble is a stub. .
The Anarcha-Feminist Kool-Aid Acid Test: The result of the debate was delete. - Mailer Diablo 13:59, 9 November 2005 (UTC)
Climate neutral: Climate Neutral is the concept of reducing or offsetting any greenhouse gases produced by any entity (individual, business, country, etc.) so as to create a 'neutral' effect on global warming for that entity. The process begins with a determining what your greenhouse gas 'footprint' is. Once greenhouse gas output has been determined, becoming climate neutral is accomplished by a combination of conservation, improved efficiency and purchasing of offsets from off-set companies.[citation needed]
Médaille commémorative française: The French military decoration or Médaille commémorative française is an award that is intended to distinguish the civilians and soldiers who took part in missions carried out outside French national territory after March 1, 1991. It was created following the initiative of the Minister for Defence, François Léotard.
Silvino Francisco: Worse was to come. In 1997, he was arrested for smuggling cannabis, and served three years in prison.[1]
Beer-Lambert law: This equation can be used to retrieve τa, the aerosol optical thickness, which is necessary for the correction of satellite images and also important in accounting for the role of aerosols in climate.
List of state leaders in 7 BC: 8 BC state leaders - Events of 7 BC - 6 BC state leaders - State leaders by year
British blues musicians: This category has the following 3 subcategories, out of 3 total.
Suburbs of Geraldton: The following 26 pages are in this category, out of 26 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
World War II submarines of the Soviet Union: World War II submarines of the Soviet Union include submarines and submersibles designed, built, or operated by the Soviet Union during the World War II era (approximately 1920 to 1945).
Adkinsites: Adkinsites is an extinct genus of cephalopod belonging to the Ammonite subclass.
Class Act (Happy Tree Friends): The result was Delete. Articles on individual TV episodes are just slightly controversial these days. I looked at the recent Arbcom case and at Talk:List of Happy Tree Friends episodes, to find out the opinion of those editors on having individual episode articles. I'm confident that a Delete verdict (as favored by a majority of the editors below) does fit with current policy. There is no bar to re-creation of the article if reliable sources can be found showing out-of-universe notability. There is not really anything to merge because the proposed target article already has a table entry for this episode containing everything that will fit in the cells. EdJohnston (talk) 03:40, 17 May 2008 (UTC) Arbcom
Bridge of Awe: The original Bridge of Awe was a three arch bridge. When the bridge was originally constructed, the work began in a very dry season and all was going well until a sudden flood swept the supporting timbers and stone away. The bridge was then successfully completed on the second attempt, and the date is believed to be 1756.
Dave Creighton: Creighton started his National Hockey League career with the Boston Bruins in 1948. He would also play with the Toronto Maple Leafs, Chicago Black Hawks, and New York Rangers. He left the NHL after the 1960 season. He played several more seasons in the AHL before retiring after the 1969 season.
RIA1: Research Institute for Aquaculture No 1, or RIA1, is a government organization under Fisheries Ministry of Vietnam. RIA1 is responsible for carrying out basic and applied research programs for inland, coastal, and marine aquaculture, including involvement in planning and development activities. RIA1 is now considered a national multifunction institute dealing with research, education, and extension in aquaculture and aquatic resources management. The Institute also plays an advisory role for many other aquaculture development projects.
Merry Pranksters: The Merry Pranksters filmed and audiotaped much of what they did during their bus trips. Some of this material has surfaced in documentaries, including the BBC's Dancing In the Street (1996). Some of the Pranksters have released some of the footage on their own, and a version of the film edited by Kesey himself is available through his son Zane's website.
Warwick Todd: Warwick Todd is a fictional character created by author and comedian Tom Gleisner. Todd is the author of three fictional cricket diaries: The Warwick Todd Diaries (1997), Warwick Todd: Back in the Baggy Green (1998) and Warwick Todd Goes the Tonk (2001). All were Australian bestsellers.
Aqua Appia: The Aqua Appia was the first Roman aqueduct. It was constructed in 312 BC by Appius Claudius Caecus, the same Roman censor who also built the important Via Appia. Its source, which Frontinus identifies as being about 780 paces away from via Praenestina, was allegedly established by Caius Plautius Venox.
Youth square dance: Gender is an essential aspect of square dance choreography. Each square consists of four "boys" (or "gentlemen") and four "girls" (or "ladies"), who maintain this identity throughout a dance tip. The caller uses this to address calls to a subset of the dancers. In addition, a relatively small number of calls, but ones that are commonly used, involve a different dance action for the boys and girls. However, for this to work it is not necessary that the biological sex of the dancers match the roles that they are playing at any given time, e.g., it is possible for a man to dance the "girl's part".
Pat Ribble: Patrick Wayne Ribble (born April 26, 1954 in Leamington, Ontario) is a retired Canadian ice hockey player.
Brain/archive2: Nominator: All the problems cited in the previous FAC have been addressed and corrected. It now fulfills the FA criteria. -- Leptictidium (mammal talk!) 17:32, 27 February 2008 (UTC)
Xena: Warrior Princess (season 1): Xena: Warrior Princess first season originally aired between September 04, 1995 and July 29, 1996, beginning with episode "Sins of the Past".
Legend of the Sacred Stone: The techniques used in Legend of the Sacred Stone and the Pili TV series are glove puppetry, CG animation, and wires are sometimes used when characters are fighting to flip them around in the air. Unlike other hand puppets, budaixi puppets have legs.
United States cargo aircraft 1960-1969: Canada – Czechoslovakia – France – Germany – Italy – Japan – Poland – Soviet Union – United Kingdom – United States
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