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  1. Mary I of England (24813 bytes)
    8: ... or [[19 July]] 1553 (''[[de facto]]'') until her death. Mary, the fourth and penultimate monarch of t...
    13: ...was created Princess of Wales, even though he was deeply disappointed that his wife had again failed t...
    15: ...[[English language|English]]. Other studies included [[Greek language|Greek]], [[science]], and [[mus...
    17: ...h England. A marriage treaty was signed; it provided that the Princess Mary should marry either Franc...
    19: ... [[Roman Catholic Church]]. All appeals from the decisions of English ecclesiastical courts to the Po...
  2. Elizabeth I of England (34338 bytes)
    7: ...al monarch of the [[Tudor dynasty]], having succeeded her half-sister, [[Mary I of England|Mary I]]. S...
    9: ...]. Elizabeth was a short-tempered and sometimes indecisive ruler. This last quality, viewed with impat...
    11: The reign was marked by prudence in the granting of [[British honours system|ho...
    16: ...on after [[Edward VI of England|Prince Edward]] under the [[English Act of Succession|Act of Successio...
    18: ...daughter's spiritual welfare to Parker before her death. Later, Parker would become the first Archbish...
  3. Diana, Princess of Wales (29391 bytes)
    5: dead=dead |
    8: date_of_death=[[31 August]], [[1997]] |
    9: place_of_death=[[Paris]], [[France]]
    11: ...t always called '''Princess Diana''' by the media despite never having had the right to that title, as...
    13: ... [[charity]] work, the Princess's philanthropic endeavours were overshadowed by a [[scandal]]-plagued ...
  4. Pakistan (74854 bytes)
    7: ... ittihād, nazm<br /> ([[Urdu]]: Faith (self confidence), Unity, Discipline) |
    13: government_type = [[Federal republic]] |
    14: ..._titles = [[President of Pakistan|President]]<br />[[Prime Minister of Pakistan|Prime Minis...
    15: leader_names = [[Pervez Musharraf]]<br />[[...
    19: area_magnitude = |
  5. Carnivorous plant (44834 bytes)
    1: ...e ]]A '''carnivorous plant''' is a [[plant]] that derives some or most of its
    16: *Bladder traps, which suck in prey with a bladder that generates an internal vacuum; and
    22: most [[sundew]]s, whose leaves undergo rapid growth, aiding in the retention and
    27: Pitfall traps have evolved independently on at least four occasions. The simplest pitf...
    29: ...enus, the leaves are quite clearly evolutionarily derived from a simple
  6. Thomas More (15893 bytes)
    2: ... of the [[Church of England]], a decision which ended his political career and led to his [[capital pu...
    5: ...mas would become a "marvellous man". Thomas attended the [[University of Oxford]] for two years, wher...
    7: ...mself incapable of [[celibacy]], More finally decided to marry in [[1505]], but for the rest of his li...
    9: ...her daughter by her previous husband. More provided his daughters with an excellent classical educat...
    12: ...Emperor|Charles V]], More was knighted and made undertreasurer in [[1521]]. As secretary and personal...
  7. San Francisco, California (55022 bytes)
    12: leader_title = [[Mayor]] |
    13: leader_name = [[Gavin Newsom]] |
    14: area_magnitude = 1 E8 |
    21: population_density = 6958.45 |
    26: latitude = 37&deg;46' N |
  8. Adolf Hitler (51456 bytes)
    7: dead=dead |
    8: date_of_death = [[30 April]] [[1945]] |
    9: place_of_death = [[Berlin]], [[Germany]]
    11: ...[[Germany]] from [[1933]] to his death. He was leader of the [[National Socialist German Workers Party...
    13: ...eople, including 6 million [[Jew]]s, in a [[genocide]] now known as [[the Holocaust]].
  9. Salt Lake City, Utah (41550 bytes)
    2: ...City-[[Ogden, Utah|Ogden]] [[metropolitan area]], defined as [[Salt Lake County, Utah|Salt Lake]], [[D...
    4: ...lake's shore by [[marsh]]es and [[mudflat]]s. Residents are known as "[[List of famous Salt Lakers|Sal...
    5: [[Image:Utah_state_map.jpg|thumb|250px|Image provided by [http://classroomclipart.com Classroom Clipar...
    6: ...own as the "Crossroads of the West". The city has developed a strong tourism industry and was host to ...
    8: ... The current mayor of Salt Lake City is [[Rocky Anderson]].
  10. Mahatma Gandhi (35350 bytes)
    8: dead=dead|
    9: date_of_death=[[January 30]], [[1948]] |
    10: place_of_death=[[New Delhi]], [[India]]
    13: ...who brought the cause of [[India|India's]] independence from [[British India|British colonial rule]] t...
    15: ... truth" or "pursuit of truth", has inspired other democratic activists, including [[Martin Luther King...
  11. Martin Luther (43050 bytes)
    5: ...ge_caption= Luther at age 46 (Lucas Cranach the Elder, 1529) |
    8: dead=dead|
    9: date_of_death=[[18 February]], [[1546]] |
    10: place_of_death=Eisleben, Germany
    12: ...hings inspired the [[Protestant Reformation]] and deeply influenced the [[doctrine]]s of [[Lutheran]],...
  12. Chile (39914 bytes)
    1: ...mountains and the [[Pacific Ocean]]. It shares borders with [[Argentina]] to the east, [[Bolivia]] to ...
    7: native_name = Rep&uacute;blica de Chile |
    17: government_type = [[Republic|Democratic republic]] |
    18: leader_titles = [[President of Chile|President]] |
    19: leader_names = [[Ricardo Lagos]] |
  13. Christmas around the world (98033 bytes)
    8: ...b|left|A large artificial [[Christmas tree]] outside a shopping mall in [[Hong Kong]]]]
    10: ...mas-like festivities even though they do not consider themselves Christians. Many customs, including s...
    12: ...acau]] designate Christmas as a public holiday on December 25. Both are former [[colony|colonies]] of ...
    14: ...become increasingly prevalent during the month of December in large urban centers of mainland China, r...
    20: ... of stores and buildings are displaying Christmas decorations.
  14. 1901 (12292 bytes)
    5: | align="center" colspan=2 | <small>'''[[Decades]]:'''</small> <br> [[1870s]] [[1880s]] [[1890s]...
    16: ...tury should be celebrated in 1900 rejected worldwide).
    17: ...d [[Western Australia]] [[Australian Federation|federate]] as the [[Commonwealth of Australia]]. [[Edm...
    26: ...Gogh]] paintings in [[Paris]], 11 years after his death, creates a sensation.
    31: ...]], the [[Edison Storage Battery Company]] is founded.

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