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  1. Film speed (5065 bytes)
    1: ...ne with a shorter exposure and is called a ''fast film''.
    4: ...inear scale and a logarithmic scale for measuring film speed.
    6: ...wice as sensitive as a film rated ISO 100/21°.
    8: ...re generally rated between 100/21° and 800/30°, inclusive.
    10: The following table shows the correspondence between these scales:
  2. Film (18911 bytes)
    2: [[Image:Film reel and film.jpg|thumb|250px|"Film" refers to the celluloid media on which movies ar...
    4: ...-speaking international community prefer to use ''film'' or "cinema", due to the colloquial nature of th...
    6: ...ception of motion — a psychological effect identified as [[beta movement]].
    8: ...] or [[subtitle]]s that translate the dialogue. Films are also artifacts created by specific cultures,...
    11: ==History of film==

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  1. Hanging Gardens of Babylon (4963 bytes)
    1: ...[image:ogrody_semiramidy.jpg|right|thumb|300px|Gardens of Semiramis, 20th century interpretation]]
    3: ...[[Babylon]] were considered one of the [[Seven Wonders of the World]]. They were both supposedly buil...
    5: ...t completely substantiate what look like fanciful descriptions.
    7: ... possible use of something similar to an [[Archimedes' screw]] as a process of raising the water to th...
    8: ...'s History of the Ancients program The Hanging Gardens of Babylon. -->
  2. King Arthur (22450 bytes)
    1: ...h [[Medieval]] Welsh texts often call him ''amerauder'' ("[[emperor]]").
    5: ...his power and the extent and kind of power he wielded continues to rage.
    7: ...Geoffrey Ashe and Leon Fleuriot, have argued for identifying Arthur with a certain [[Riothamus]], "Kin...
    9: ...ing the historical career of Artorius makes this identification unlikely, as there seems to be little ...
    11: ...eves that Arthur is a half-forgotten Celtic deity devolved into a personage (citing sometimes a suppos...
  3. China (38909 bytes)
    1: ...e [[3rd century BC]] to protect the north from raiders on horseback.]]
    3: ...nding on one's point of view, modern China can be described as a single [[civilization]] or multiple c...
    5: ...of China]] in [[1912]]; however the next four decades were marred by warlordism, the [[Second Sino-Jap...
    7: ...utes on [[Chinese reunification]]/[[Taiwan independence]] issues.
    14: ...of China at the centre of her known world, surrounded by lesser tributary states.
  4. Religion in China (12456 bytes)
    1: ...0px|Temple incense near Beijing China. Image provided by [http://classroomclipart.com Classroom Clipar...
    3: ... religions dot the landscape of China. The most widespread religion of China is [[Chinese traditional ...
    9: ...r belief systems that developed within China include [[ancestor worship]], [[Chinese folk religion]], ...
    11: ...etween the forces of heaven and earth. A central idea of the [[dynastic cycle]] was that an unjust imp...
    13: Minor religions introduced from abroad include [[Islam]] and [[Christianity]].
  5. November 4 (10686 bytes)
    7: ...)|Antwerp]] (after three days the city was nearly destroyed).
    8: ...Moscow]] China Town taken by [[Russia]]n troops under command of [[Dmitri Mikhailovich Pozharski|Dmitr...
    10: ...[[Kingdom of Sardinia|Sardinia]], which soon expanded to become [[Italy]].
    12: ...bombard a [[United States|Union]] supply base and destroy millions of dollars in material.
    14: ... Democratic Party|Democrat]] [[Grover Cleveland]] defeats [[United States Republican Party|Republican]...
  6. List of people by name: Ab (7347 bytes)
    4: ...bacha|Abacha, Sani]], (1943-1998), [[List of Presidents of Nigeria|dictator]] of [[Nigeria]] (1993-199...
    9: *[[Abati]] ''aka'' Niccolo Dell'Abbato, (1512-1571), artist
    22: ...a Ahmad Abbas|Abbas, Khwaja Ahmad]], (1914-1987), film director
    50: *[[Abd-el-Kader]], (circa 1807-1883), Emir of Mascara
    52: ... Abdo|Abdo, Hussam]], (born 1989), Palestine suicide bomber
  7. List of people by name: Ah (925 bytes)
    4: ...951]]), [[Taoiseach|Irish prime minister]] and leader of [[Fianna Fᩬ]]
    7: ...feldt, Karl Gustav]], ([[1910]]-[[1985]]), Danish film actor
    11: ...ad|Ahmad, Mirza Ghulam]] ([[1839]]-[[1908]]), founder of [[Ahmadi]] sect
    16: ...isaari, Martti]], (born 1937), UN diplomat & president of [[Finland]]
  8. Sibylla of Jerusalem (11497 bytes)
    1: ...Melisende of Jerusalem|Queen Melisende]] had provided an example of successful rule by a queen regnant...
    5: ... former Queen [[Melisende of Jerusalem]], who founded the convent of St. Lazarus in Bethany for her si...
    9: ...t cousin of Sibylla, arrived in [[1177]] and demanded to have the princess married to one of his own v...
    11: ...tween the princess and his prisoner, Saladin demanded a large ransom, which Baldwin himself could not ...
    19: ...he accord between Jerusalem and Egypt. Baldwin IV deposed Guy as regent in [[1183]] and attempted to h...
  9. Isabella of Castile (4156 bytes)
    2: ...ain|Ferdinand V]] as co-ruler. She was also the ''de-facto'' co-ruler of her husband's dominions. This...
    5: ...-granddaughter to [[Nuno Alvares Pereira]], Count de Barcelos and his wife Leonor Alvim, Countess of B...
    8: ...Her final set of grandparents were [[Afonso, Duke de Braganza]], a son of John I of Portugal by Inez P...
    10: ... [[Henry the Navigator]], and his wife [[Isabella de Bragan硝].
    19: As a reaction, Isabella was despised by opposers to Franco.
  10. Eleanor of Aquitaine (11927 bytes)
    3: '''Eleanor of Aquitaine''' ([[Bordeaux]], [[France]], c. [[1124]] – [[March 31]...
    6: ...], [[Duke of Aquitaine]], and her mother was Ʈor de Chⴥllerault, the daughter of Aimeric I, Vicomte...
    8: ... and richest of the provinces that would become modern [[France]], when her brother, William Aigret, d...
    10: ...uld remain independent of France, and Eleanor's eldest son would be both King of France and [[Dukes of...
    12: ...paign, with her, the Queen of France, as their leader.
  11. Marguerite de Valois (5364 bytes)
    1: ...humb|250px|right|style=margin-left:1em|Marguerite de Valois]]
    2: '''Marguerite de Valois''' ([[May 14]], [[1553]] – [[May 27]...
    4: ...f [[Henry II of France|Henri II]] and [[Catherine de' Medici]]. Three of her brothers became kings of...
    6: ...eanne d'Albret died before the marriage was concluded.
    8: ... It was reported that during the ceremony, the bride and groom stared straight ahead, never looking at...
  12. 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...
  13. Mary I of Scotland (27810 bytes)
    7: ...of Scots,''' was the ruler of [[Scotland]] from [[December 14]], [[1542]] – [[July 24]], [[1567]...
    9: ...[[1516]] – [[1558]]), and whose reign coincided with that of Mary, Queen of Scots.
    12: ...ames V of Scotland]] and his French wife, [[Marie de Guise]].
    15: ...es of the royal house had gone extinct before the death of Mary's father.
    17: ...Stuart during her time in France, and she and her descendants stuck with it.)
  14. Christina of Sweden (9364 bytes)
    1: ...attle of L?] ([[November 6]], [[1632]]) during Sweden's intervention in Germany in the [[Thirty Years'...
    3: <table border=1 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 align=right style=...
    5: ...ourdon stor.jpg|center|185px|Christina of Sweden, depicted by S颡stien Bourdon]]
    12: ...td>'''Predecessor'''<td>[[Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden]]
    13: ...lign=top><td>'''Successor'''<td>[[Charles X of Sweden]]
  15. 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...
  16. 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 ...
  17. Alexandra Kollontai (3203 bytes)
    1: ...ne of the very few "[[Old Bolshevik]]s" to escape death during the [[Great Purge]]s of the [[1930s]].
    5: ...Vladimir Lenin]] in [[1903]], Kollontai did not side with either faction. However, she came to dislik...
    7: ... known for founding the [[Zhenodtel]] or "Women's Department" in [[1919]]. This organization worked to...
    11: ... Kollontai was more or less totally politically sidelined.
    13: ... [[Sweden]]. She was also a member of the Soviet delegation to the [[League of Nations]]. She died i...
  18. Emma Goldman (12210 bytes)
    3: ... language representative in [[London]] of the [[Federaci󮠁narquista Ib鲩ca|CNT-FAI]].
    6: ...for her anarchist ideas and her independent attitude.
    9: At the age of 17 she emigrated with her elder sister, Helene, to Rochester, NY, to live with t...
    10: ...anberkman.jpe|thumb|240px|right|Goldman and Alexander Berkman]]
    13: ...attempted assassination of [[Henry Clay Frick]] made her highly unpopular with the authorities. Berkma...
  19. Rosa Parks (8331 bytes)
    6: ... of the [[NAACP]]. She also attended the [[Highlander Folk School]], an education center for workers' ...
    8: ...She was arrested, tried, and convicted for [[disorderly conduct]] and for violating a local ordinance.
    10: ...next night, 50 leaders of the negro community, headed by a relatively unknown minister ([[Martin Luthe...
    14: ...1965]] until [[1988]]. She continues to reside in Detroit.
    16: ==Debated aspects of Parks' story and its place in the...
  20. Isabel Allende (3632 bytes)
    1: ...ughter of [[Salvador Allende]], see [[Isabel Allende (politician)]]''
    3: ...[Image:Isabelallende_writer.gif|thumb|Isabel Allende]]
    4: '''Isabel Allende Llona''' (born [[August 2]], [[1942]]) is a [[Chi...
    6: ...nde, the cousin of [[Salvador Allende]], the President of [[Chile]] from [[1970]] to [[1973|73]]. In...
    8: ...n to [[Lebanon]]. While in Bolivia, Allende attended an [[United States|American]] private school, an...
  21. Marguerite Duras (1799 bytes)
    3: ...as '''Marguerite Duras''', was a [[writer]] and [[film director]].
    7: ... was also the screenwriter of the [[1959]] French film ''[[Hiroshima mon amour]]'', which was directed b...
    9: ...st eschewing synch sound, using voice over to allude to, rather than tell, a story over images whose r...
  22. Artemisia Gentileschi (23093 bytes)
    1: ...]'' (1612-21) Oil on canvas 199 x 162 cm Galleria degli [[Uffizi]], Florence]]
    3: ...ings, at a time when such heroic themes were considered beyond a mere woman's reach.
    7: ...more talent than her brothers, who worked along side her. She learned drawing, how to mix color and ho...
    9: ...anna and the Elders, Sch?rn Collection, Pommersfelden]]
    10: ...]] in [[Pommersfelden]]. The picture shows how, under parental guidance, Artemisia assimilated the rea...
  23. Mary Pickford (7523 bytes)
    3: ...], [[1892]] &ndash; [[May 29]], [[1979]]) was a [[film|motion picture]] [[actor|star]], known as "Americ...
    5: ...ther, n饠Charlotte Hennessy, began taking in boarders, and through one of these lodgers Gladys, aged ...
    7: ...tten by William C. DeMille, brother of [[Cecil B. DeMille]], who was also in the cast. The play was p...
    9: ... for Best Actress]] in [[1929]], but retired from films four years later, after a series of disappointin...
    11: ...s driving and Fairbanks was discussing the recent death of his mother, the clock stopped.
  24. Ayn Rand (18001 bytes)
    5: dead=dead |
    8: date_of_death=[[March 6]], [[1982]] |
    9: place_of_death=[[New York City]], [[New York]]
    11: ... values. Rand viewed this hero as the ideal and made it the express goal of her literature to showcase...
    14: ... values from others by physical force, or impose ideas on others by physical force.
  25. Virginia Woolf (9482 bytes)
    7: ... in dialogue with Bloomsbury, particularly its tendency (informed by [[G.E. Moore]], among others) tow...
    9: ...the twentieth century and one of the foremost [[Modernists]], though she disdained some artists in thi...
    11: ...erimented with [[stream-of-consciousness]], the underlying psychological as well as emotional motives ...
    13: ...nd visual impressions; Woolf is at her best in rendering self-soliloquizing existences whose perpetual...
    15: ..., near her home in [[Rodmell]]. She left a [[suicide note]] for her husband: "I feel certain that I am...
  26. Jackie Cochran (7825 bytes)
    4: ...b at a prestigious salon in [[Saks Fifth Avenue]] department store.
    6: ...fered to help her establish a cosmetics business. Despite her lack of education, Ms. Cochran had a qui...
    8: After a friend offered her a ride in an airplane, a thrilled Jacqueline Cochran beg...
    10: ... she made up a story about being adopted to avoid dealing with the reality of her estranged and impove...
    12: ...g America's entry into the War, in 1942 she was made director of women's flight training for the Unite...
  27. Bessie Coleman (4340 bytes)
    4: ...eman graduated from eighth grade and briefly attended college at Colored Agricultural and Normal Unive...
    8: ...ial backing from Binga, and from the Chicago Defender, who capitalized on her flamboyant personality a...
    10: ... had failed many times. Once, she saw a fellow student die during practice. However, she learned quick...
    14: ... As her notoriety grew, she was invited to make a film about her life. Ultimately, she walked off the s...
    16: ...ether wreck. Her friends and family did not consider the aircraft safe and implored her not to fly it...
  28. Marie Curie (5862 bytes)
    2: ...logy]] and a two-time [[Nobel laureate]]. She founded the [[Curie Institute|Curie Institutes]] in [[Pa...
    5: ...Eventually, with the monetary assistance of her elder sister, she moved to [[Paris]] and studied [[che...
    7: ... was far more radioactive than uranium; thus on [[December 26]]th Marie Curie announced the existence ...
    9: ...itially the chloride salts (refining radium chloride on [[April 20]], [[1902]]) and then two new [[che...
    11: ... Becquerel]]". She was the first woman to be awarded a Nobel Prize.
  29. Maria Callas (4931 bytes)
    3: '''Maria Callas''' ([[December 2]], [[1923]] &ndash;[[September 16]], [[19...
    5: .... Together with Serafin, Callas subsequently recorded and performed many bel canto operas, contributin...
    7: ...or many roles. Her later [[stereo]] recordings evidence masterly musical interpretations with an incre...
    9: ... was a disaster due to Callas's almost-completely destroyed voice.
    11: ...cqueline Kennedy]], widow of assassinated US president [[John F. Kennedy]].
  30. Ella Fitzgerald (9400 bytes)
    6: ...[1935]], in Harlem's [[Savoy Ballroom]]. She recorded several hit songs with them, including "(If You ...
    8: ...bb died in [[1939]], the band continued touring under the new name, "Ella Fitzgerald and Her Famous Or...
    10: ... other singers: in particular, she was able to render quite perfectly [[Marilyn Monroe]]'s voice and t...
    12: ...iddle, and [[Duke Ellington]], a later collection devoted to one composer occured during the [[Pablo R...
    14: ...scar Peterson]], [[Count Basie]] ("On the Sunny Side of the Street"), [[Joe Pass]] ("Speak love"), [[D...
  31. Billie Holiday (6766 bytes)
    3: ...'''[[Jazz royalty|Lady Day]]''' is generally considered one of the greatest [[jazz]] [[singer]]s of al...
    7: ...ng as a [[prostitute]] with her mother. This preceded her move to [[New York]] with her mother sometim...
    9: ...er as a "[[Frank DeViese]]". Some historians consider this an anomaly, probably inserted by a hospital...
    16: ...ormance, with pianist (and then-lover) [[Bobby Henderson]], did much to solidify her standing as a jaz...
    20: ...songs, her unique tone and emotional commitment made her performances special.
  32. Janis Joplin (8673 bytes)
    4: ...tin, Texas|Austin]], though she never completed a degree. There, she began singing blues and [[folk mu...
    6: ...olism|drinker]] throughout her career, and her trademark beverage was [[Southern Comfort]].
    8: ... with independent [[Mainstream Records]] and recorded an eponymously titled album in [[1967]]. Howeve...
    10: ... and together with the Monterey performance, it made Joplin into one of the leading musical stars of t...
    14: ...ry social commentary of the ''a capella'' "[[Mercedes-Benz]]", written by beat poet [[Michael McClure]...
  33. Alanis Morissette (25762 bytes)
    6: ...cade later in the songwriting, singing, and attitude of singers such as Aguilera, [[Avril Lavigne]], a...
    10: ...an older brother, Chad, and a [[twin]] brother, Wade.
    23: With the support of her parents and a relentless desire to succeed, Morissette traveled with Howe to ...
    26: :''And your fake identification''
    30: :''I'll be dealing with".''
  34. Bessie Smith (7284 bytes)
    5: ...helped her develop a stage presence. Smith began developing her own act around [[1913]], at [[Atlanta...
    7: ...Joe Smith]], [[Charlie Green]], and [[Fletcher Henderson]].
    9: ...itle song accompanied by members of [[Fletcher Henderson]]'s orchestra, the Hall Johnson Choir, and a ...
    11: ...her old blues groove, but "Take Me For A Buggy Ride" and "Gimme a Pigfoot", are among her most popula...
    13: ...on]]'s uncle) Richard Morgan. They were in an accident and Smith was severely injured. A doctor soon a...
  35. Lucinda Williams (4182 bytes)
    8: ...round the country and gained fans among music insiders, including [[Tom Petty]], who would later cover...
    10: ...s as a songwriter. [[Mary Chapin Carpenter]] recorded a bowdlerized cover of "Passionate Kisses" (from...
    12: ...ritical acclaim, but her commercial success was moderate. [[Emmylou Harris]] said of Williams, "She is...
    16: ...''[[The Horse Whisperer]]'', the album received wide critical notice and soon went gold. It received a...
  36. Sheryl Crow (8611 bytes)
    9: ...ecords]] in [[1990]] and was ready to release her debut album in [[1991]]. However, she did not like t...
    11: ...rofessional relationship, eventually creating her debut album, called ''[[Tuesday Night Music Club]]''...
    13: ...erformance and Best New Album. Other singles included "A Change Would Do You Good", "Home" and "Everyd...
    15: ... contributed the theme song to the [[James Bond]] film ''[[Tomorrow Never Dies]]''. The song of the same...
    17: ...e Rock Vocal Performance in 2000 when it was included in her album, "Sheryl Crow and Friends: Live fro...
  37. Tori Amos (27672 bytes)
    1: [[Image:Toriamos-dent.jpg|right|thumb|Tori Amos]]
    3: ...ed following. She is probably best known to the wider public for a [[dance]] [[remix]] of "[[Professio...
    10: ...so recorded a song called "Distant Storm" for the film [[China O'Brien]]; in the credits, the song is at...
    13: ...ovie soundtrack. A remix of the song is also included on the soundtrack.
    15: ===''Under The Pink''===
  38. Phoolan Devi (2526 bytes)
    3: '''Phoolan Devi''' ([[10 August]] [[1963]] - [[25 July]] [[2001...
    5: ... accumulated her own gang, with herself as the leader.
    7: ...n what was later dubbed the Behmai Massacre. She denied any involvement in the massacre.
    9: ...a part of this arrangement, in [[1983]] she surrendered on a stage before a crowd of 10,000 people.
    11: ...dously symbolic to this group. After her release, Devi converted to [[Buddhism]] as part of the [[Neo-...
  39. Bonnie and Clyde (17385 bytes)
    2: ...ge:Bonnie_and_Clyde.jpg|thumb|200px|Bonnie and Clyde clowning.]]
    3: ... the [[central United States]] during the [[Great Depression]], often with various members of the [[Ba...
    5: ...he attention of the [[American]] press and its readership during what is sometimes referred to as the ...
    11: ...personal account of their crime spree and looming demise.
    13: == Clyde ==
  40. Mary Magdalene (15420 bytes)
    2: ...fe of the historical Mary is a subject of ongoing debate.
    6: ...her, 'Do not cling to Me, for I have not yet ascended to My Father; but go to My brethren and say to t...
    12: ...he disciples ask questions of the risen Savior (a designation that dates the original no earlier than ...
    14: ...r he prepared us and made us into men." She then delivers - at Peter's request - a vision of the Savi...
    18: ...this. For certainly these teachings are of other ideas."
  41. Mother Teresa (22682 bytes)
    2: <!-- FAIR USE of Mother-teresa-03.jpg: see image description page at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ima...
    4: ...r]] of Calcutta (later renamed [[Kolkata]]) was widely reported.
    6: ...ward, the [[Bharat Ratna]] in [[1980]]. She was made an [[Honorary Citizen of the United States]] in [...
    11: ...tion to help the poor from the age of 12, and decided to train for missionary work in [[India]]. She w...
    13: ...sa in honour of [[Teresa of Avila]] and [[Th鲨se de Lisieux]]. She took her final vows in May [[1937]...
  42. Joan of Arc (27453 bytes)
    1: ... between [[1450]] and [[1500]] (Centre Historique des Archives Nationales, [[Paris]], AE II 2490).]]
    2: ...[[20th century]]; currently being a focus of considerable interest in the [[Republic of Ireland]], [[C...
    7: ...e River|Meuse]] to [[Jacques D'Arc]] and Isabelle de Vouthon, a [[peasant]] family later granted [[nob...
    11: ...mb|''Jeanne d' Arc'' by Eugene Thirion ([[1876]]) depicts Joan's awe upon receiving a vision from the ...
    12: ...lies to the city of [[Orl顮s]], which had been under siege by the English since the previous October....
  43. Mata Hari (3970 bytes)
    1: ...xotic dancer]] and convicted [[espionage|spy]], made her name synonymous with ''[[femme fatale]]'' dur...
    3: ...a Geertruida Zelle''' (spelled '''Margarete Gertrude Zelle''' in English), a [[Netherlands|Dutch]] [[e...
    5: ...hile her mother was of [[Java (island)|Java]]nese descent. Around the turn of the [[20th century]], a...
    7: ...ntire nations resting on Mata Hari should be regarded as myths.
    9: ...t to succumb to her charms. However, one would wonder how they managed to shoot her accurately if that...
  44. Hannah Szenes (4490 bytes)
    9: ... ''Maccabea'', a Hungarian [[Zionism|Zionist]] student organization.
    11: Szenes graduated 1939 and decided to move to study in the Girls' Agricultural Scho...
    13: ... Hannah and her comrades crossed the Hungarian border in small groups. She was captured before she cou...
    28: ...s sang it and this song ends some versions of the film ''[[Schindler's List]]'':
    55: :''Happy is the blaze that burnt inside the hearts.''
  45. Violette Szabo (2541 bytes)
    3: ..., [[Order of the British Empire|M.B.E.]], [[Croix de Guerre|CdG]] ([[June 26]], [[1921]] &ndash; [[Fe...
    5: ...t of as the definitive World War II [[Poem code|code-poem]] ''[[Yours (poem)|Yours]]''.
    9: ...nce with her [[Sten]] gun. She was interrogated under [[torture]], then sent to [[Ravensbr?ncentration...
    11: ...embers of the SOE were executed by the Germans: [[Denise Bloch]], [[Cecily Lefort]], and [[Lilian Rolf...
    13: ...l]] in the town of [[Valen硹]], in the [[Indre]] depart魥nt.
  46. Maya Deren (3661 bytes)
    1: [[Image:MayaDeren.png|200px|thumb|right|Maya Deren]]
    2: ... [[American]] [[avant-garde]] [[filmmaker]] and [[film]] theorist of the [[1940]]s and [[1950]]s.
    4: Deren was born in [[Kiev]], [[Ukraine]]. In [[1922]...
    6: ...m. It was in 1943 that she adopted the name Maya Deren.
    8: ...and Prix Internationale]] for 16mm [[experimental film]] at [[Cannes]] for ''Meshes of the Afternoon''.
  47. Leni Riefenstahl (8095 bytes)
    2: ...]s for the German [[Nazi Party]]. Shut out of the film industry after [[World War II|the war]], she late...
    5: ... it; her main interest was initially in fictional films.
    7: ...t]]: the film was released in [[1935]] as ''[[Tag der Freiheit]]'' (''[[Day of Freedom]]'') and is now...
    9: ...material became ''[[Olympia_(film)|Olympia]]'', a film celebrated for its technical and aesthetic achiev...
    13: ...f her using [[concentration camp]] inmates on her film sets, but those claims could not be proved in cou...
  48. Penny Marshall (1609 bytes)
    5: ...y]]'' from ([[1976 in television|1976]]-[[1983 in film|1983]]).
    9: She has directed several successful feature [[film|motion pictures]] since the mid-[[1980s]], includ...
    11: ==Filmography==
    16: ...[[The Christian Licorice Store]]'' (1971) (scenes deleted)
    17: *''[[How Come Nobody's on Our Side?]]'' (1975)
  49. Lucille Ball (12427 bytes)
    2: ...[[comedian]] and star of [[I Love Lucy]]. A 'B-grade' [[movie star]] of the [[1940s]], she became one ...
    4: ...a romance with a local bad boy (Johnny), Ball decided to enroll in the
    5: ...on sentence. Right then, Ball decided that she needed to escape the traumas of her life.
    7: ..."royalty" honor with [[Macdonald Carey]], who was designated as her "king".
    9: ...ivorced in [[1945]], but remarried the same year, deciding to patch things up.
  50. Tallulah Bankhead (6331 bytes)
    2: ...rockman Bankhead''' ([[January 31]], [[1902]] - [[December 12]], [[1968]]) was a [[United States]] [[a...
    4: ...Senator [[John H. Bankhead]] ([[1842]]-[[1920]]) (Democrat from Alabama [[1907]]-[[1920]]).
    10: ...affairs with men and women. By the end of the decade, she was one of the [[West End (of London)|West E...
    12: ...[Hollywood]] success eluded her in her first four films of the 30s. Critics agree that her acting was fl...
    16: ...he cynical Bankhead could have played "Fiddle-Dee-Dee" Scarlett with anything approaching a straight f...
  51. Ingrid Bergman (5216 bytes)
    1: ..., [[1982]]) was an [[Academy Award]]-winning [[Sweden|Swedish]] [[Actor|actress]].
    3: ...1939]]). The film was an enormous success and "Sweden's illustrious gift to [[Hollywood]]" had arrived...
    5: ...emy_Award_for_Best Actress|Best Actress]] for the film, ''[[For Whom the Bell Tolls]]'' ([[1943]]). The ...
    7: ...e of Rossellini's and Bergman's children is the model and actress [[Isabella Rossellini]].
    9: ... final performance on the big screen. It is considered to be among her best performances.
  52. Sarah Bernhardt (3531 bytes)
    4: ...rvatoire de Musique et D飬amation'' by the [[Duc de Morny]] in [[1859]] for theatrical training.
    6: ...ver Europe and in the [[United States]]. She soon developed a reputation as a serious dramatic actress...
    8: ...pting herself, as well as modelling for [[Antonio de La Gandara]]. She was also to publish a series of...
    10: ... collapsed, largely due to the young actor's dependence on morphine.
    12: ...ed ''Sarah Bernhardt ࠂelle-Isle'' ([[1912]]), a film about her daily life at home.
  53. Bette Davis (6722 bytes)
    3: ...), better known as '''Bette Davis''', was an [[Academy Award]] winning [[United States|American]] [[ac...
    5: ...ed insincere. So, she enrolled in [[John Murray Anderson]]'s dramatic school (who sent her classmate [...
    7: ... received many write-in votes from disgruntled Academy members.
    9: ...amed the "Oscar", but only served from October to December [[1941]], when she resigned. Her career be...
    11: ...r another [[Academy Award|Oscar]] nomination. The film, which was the only time that Davis and Crawford ...
  54. Judi Dench (3254 bytes)
    1: ...|center|thumb|right|250px|Judi Dench as M in ''GoldenEye'']]
    2: ...) is a renowned [[United Kingdom|British]] stage, film and television actress.
    4: ...h Empire]] (DBE); in [[2005]], she was made a [[Order of the Companions of Honour|Companion of Honour]...
    6: Her many television appearances include the series ''[[As Time Goes By]]'' and the afore...
    9: In her native [[United Kingdom]], Dame Judi has developed her reputation as arguably the greatest Br...
  55. Catherine Deneuve (2766 bytes)
    1: [[Image:Catherine deneuve.jpg|thumb|Catherine Deneuve at Cannes in 2000]]
    2: '''Catherine Deneuve''' (born [[October 22]] [[1943]]) is a [[Fra...
    4: ...4), the late [[Surrealist]] masterpiece ''[[Belle de Jour]]'' ([[Luis Buñuel]], 1967), and the Franco...
    6: ...ovie)|Indochine]]'' and was nominated for an [[Academy Award for Best Actress]] for the same performan...
    17: *1982 - ''Hôtel des Amériques''
  56. Mia Farrow (4707 bytes)
    1: ...Farrow on the cover of ''[[Glamour]]'', [[1968 in film|1968]]]]
    2: ...een known as '''Mia'''. She is the daughter of [[film director|director]] [[John Farrow]] and his wife,...
    5: ...a]] on [[July 19]] [[1966]]. While working on the film ''[[Rosemary's Baby]]'' with director [[Roman Pol...
    16: ...nically about famous mothers and their children modeling the latest fashions for families.
    18: ...man Polanski]] and his wife [[Sharon Tate]] while filming ''Rosemary's Baby''.
  57. Jodie Foster (4460 bytes)
    2: ...[United States|American]] [[Actor|actress]] and [[Film director|director]].
    5: ...d a BA in literature, graduating ''[[magna cum laude]]'' in 1985.
    7: ...g Actress]] for her role in [[Martin Scorsese]]'s film ''[[Taxi Driver]]''.
    9: ...n Globe]] and [[Academy Award for Best Actress|Academy Awards]] as Best Actress for her role as a gang...
    11: ...exual orientation]]. Her brother's [[biography]] identifies her as such, but since the book is unautho...
  58. Greta Garbo (9957 bytes)
    3: ...1905]] &ndash; [[April 15]], [[1990]]) was a [[Sweden|Swedish]] [[actor|actress]].
    5: ... Anna Lovisa Johnasson ([[1872]]-[[1944]]). Her older sister and brother were Alva and Sven.
    8: ...part for the movie ''Peter The Tramp'' ([[1920 in film|1920]]).
    10: ...]] Greta Garbo. She starred in two movies in [[Sweden]] and one in [[Germany]].
    12: ...me grew. He was fired by MGM and returned to [[Sweden]] in [[1928]], where he died soon after.
  59. Ava Gardner (4142 bytes)
    2: '''Ava Gardner''' ([[December 24]], [[1922]] &ndash; [[January 25]], [[19...
    6: ...[Frank Sinatra]] from 1951 to 1957. She was regarded as one of the most beautiful actresses in [[Holl...
    12: ...989, which left her partially paralyzed and bedridden, [[Frank Sinatra]] paid all her medical expenses...
    16: ...ate Beckinsale]] in ''[[The Aviator]]'' (2004), a film by [[Martin Scorsese]] about [[Howard Hughes]].
    18: ==Filmography==
  60. Katharine Hepburn (23170 bytes)
    2: ...0-year acting career. In [[1999]], the [[American Film Institute]] ranked Hepburn the greatest actress o...
    5: ...d with giving her a sense of adventure and independence.
    7: ...sh; she fearlessly performed her own pratfalls in films such as ''[[Bringing Up Baby]]'', which is now h...
    8: ...and information about her brother's apparent suicide and its great impact on Hepburn -->
    10: ...ay her degree was in drama -->, the same year she debuted on [[Broadway]] after landing a bit part in ...
  61. Helen Hunt (3298 bytes)
    7: ...th [[Jack Nicholson]]), for which she won an [[Academy Award for Best Actress]] in [[1998]].
    9: ...first actress to win both an [[Emmy]] and an [[Academy Award]] in the same year.
    11: ...n [[July 18]], [[1999]]. The couple divorced on [[December 18]], [[2000]].
    15: == Filmography ==
    18: *''[[The Curse of the Jade Scorpion]]'' (2001)
  62. May Irwin (2858 bytes)
    1: ...]], was an actress, singer and major star of [[vaudeville]].
    4: ... girls debuted in nearby [[Buffalo, New York]] in December of 1874. By the fall of 1877, their career ...
    6: ...t of 1884. In 1886 her husband of eight years, Frederick W. Keller, passed away unexpectedly.
    8: ...1896, the [[Kinetoscope]] production, [[The Kiss (film, 1896)|The Kiss]], became the first screen kiss i...
    12: ...performers. In 1914, she made her second [[silent film]] appearance, this time in the feature-length ada...
  63. Grace Kelly (6610 bytes)
    3: ... Award|Oscar]]-winning [[United States|American]] film [[actor|actress]] who became the wife of [[Prince...
    5: ...llowed in that tradition. ''Kelly Drive'' in Philadelphia is named for John, Jr., who was a city counc...
    7: ...first [[film]], ''[[Fourteen Hours]]'' ([[1951 in film|1951]]), when she was 22. The following year she ...
    9: ...ilms with [[Alfred Hitchcock]]: ''[[Dial M for Murder]]'', ''[[Rear Window]]'', and ''[[To Catch a Thi...
    11: ... for ''[[The Country Girl]]''. While it was being filmed, she engaged in a brief affair with co-star [[B...
  64. Nicole Kidman (11782 bytes)
    1: ...Kidman''' (born [[June 20]], [[1967]]) is an [[Academy Award]] winning [[Australia|Australian]] [[actr...
    10: ...|Flirting]]'' (1991). In 1989 she appeared in ''[[Dead Calm]]'' which gained her notice in the United ...
    13: ...ried on [[Christmas Eve]] of [[1990]] in [[Telluride, Colorado]]. The couple adopted two children, Isa...
    15: ...ne persistent rumour claims however that Kidman's desire to bring up their children [[Catholicism|Cath...
    19: ...hut]]'' ([[1999]]), [[Stanley Kubrick]]'s final [[film]], when she co-starred with her husband as a marr...
  65. Vivien Leigh (4286 bytes)
    3: ... She then went on to graduate from the [[Royal Academy of Dramatic Art]].
    7: ...rd]]'', but told no one until late [[1938]], when filming began. [[Paulette Goddard]] was close to be ca...
    11: ...s year of Blanche DuBois in ''[[A Streetcar Named Desire]]''.
    13: ...ed to keep a framed photograph of him on her bedside table, even while living with her companion, acto...
    19: ==Filmography==
  66. Sophia Loren (9622 bytes)
    3: ...oren''' (born [[September 20]], [[1934]]) is considered to be the most famous [[Italy|Italian]] actres...
    7: ... prizes and was discovered by her future husband, film producer [[Carlo Ponti]].
    9: ...er acting career took off upon meeting [[Vittorio De Sica]] and [[Marcello Mastroianni]] in [[1954]].
    11: ...ler in Pink Tights]]'' (in which she appeared blonde for the first time in her career).
    13: ...eing the first actor to win a major category [[Academy Award]] (Best Actress) for a non-English langua...
  67. Marilyn Monroe (30186 bytes)
    2: ...en presence, stunning good looks and mysterious [[death]] would make her a perennial [[sex symbol]] an...
    4: ...ld eventually become the most celebrated actor in film history, Marilyn's beginnings were humble to say ...
    6: ...'s mother, Gladys Pearl Monroe Baker, worked as a film-cutter. However in later years, more and more hav...
    8: ...Ida claimed that she and Wayne had seriously considered adopting her, which they could not have done w...
    10: ...ospital in [[Norwalk, California|Norwalk]], where Della had died; Gladys's father, Otis, died in a men...
  68. Isabella Rossellini (2696 bytes)
    3: ... on [[June 18]] [[1952]], is a [[model (person)|model]] and an [[Actor|actress]], daughter of [[Ingrid...
    6: ... ''[[Cousins]]'' a Hollywood remake of the French film <i>Cousin, Cousine</i>, and Nimue in the 1998 min...
    8: ... ''[[Casablanca (movie)|Casablanca]]'' in an episode of ''[[Tales from the Crypt (TV series)|Tales fro...
    10: ...Martin Scorsese]], and later married to [[John Wiedemann]] with whom she has a daughter, Elettra. She ...
    14: Her modeling career began when she was photographed by [[B...
  69. Meryl Streep (12114 bytes)
    2: ...m the [[1980s]] to the present day, has been regarded as one of the best in her field.
    5: ...s]], [[1979]]), and ''[[Sophie's Choice]]'' ([[Academy Award for Best Actress|Best Actress]], [[1982]]...
    7: ...on so many greatest movie star lists, Streep also defied expectations by her happy home life&mdash;mar...
    9: ...to date&mdash;and her noted comic turn in ''[[She-Devil]]''.
    11: ...s Room]]'', and completing another successful decade with ''[[Music of the Heart]]'', for which she le...
  70. Julie Andrews (8700 bytes)
    3: ...est known for her starring roles in the [[musical film]]s ''[[Mary Poppins]]'' ([[1964]]) and ''[[The So...
    5: ...& Hammerstein]]'s television adaptation of ''[[Cinderella]]''.
    7: In [[1956]], composers [[Frederick Loewe]] and [[Alan Jay Lerner]] cast Andrews ...
    9: ...Newman]] (both in [[1966]]), and ''[[Thoroughly Modern Millie]]'' ([[1967]]), with [[Mary Tyler Moore]...
    11: ...-[[1973]], but the greatest critical acclaim accorded her TV work was for her [[variety show]] special...
  71. Reese Witherspoon (2585 bytes)
    2: ...s sequel ''[[Legally Blonde 2: Red, White and Blonde]]'' ([[2003]]).
    5: ...ited States Declaration of Independence]] and founder of [[Princeton University]]. Her father is a sur...
    7: ...eth Phillippe, born [[September 9]], [[1999]] and Deacon Phillippe, born [[October 23]], [[2003]].
    9: ...ind the character of Greta Wolfecastle in an episode of [[The Simpsons]].
    11: ==Filmography==
  72. Nadia Comaneci (5337 bytes)
    3: ... of 10 in an Olympic gymnastic event. She is considered by some to be one of the greatest athletes in ...
    5: ...ter "Nadezhda" ("Hope"), the heroine of a Russian film.
    7: ...ela Karolyi]] and his wife Marta, who would later defect to the [[United States]] and become coaches o...
    11: Comaneci successfully defended her European all-around title in 1977, but the R...
    13: ...t from her metal grip buckle. Against doctors' orders, she left the hospital and competed on beam whe...
  73. Sonja Henie (2914 bytes)
    4: ...ng the [[1924]] program, she skated over to the side of the rink several times to ask her coach for di...
    6: By the next Olympiad, she needed no such assistance. She won her first of ten con...
    10: ...]]. She retired from acting in [[1958]] with the film ''Hello, London''. She became one of the wealthi...
    12: ...e basis for the [[Henie-Onstad Art Centre]] at H?dden, near [[Oslo]].
    14: ...kemia]], on a flight from [[Paris]] to Oslo. Considered by most as the greatest female figure skater i...
  74. Shirley Muldowney (1811 bytes)
    1: ... magazine, featuring Shirley Muldowney and her trademark pink dragster]]
    4: Muldowney was described by longtime drag racer [[Fred Farndon]] as...
    10: ...rtrayed by actress [[Bonnie Bedelia]] in the 1983 film, ''[[Heart Like a Wheel]]''.
  75. Katarina Witt (1117 bytes)
    1: ...he received an [[Emmy Award]] for her role in the film "Carmen on Ice". In addition, she has worked as a...
    5: * [http://www.katarina-witt.de/ Official Web Site]
    6: ...iwomen/2001/december/playbook/ Sports Illustrated Dec 2001 Interview]
  76. Campion (697 bytes)
    11: **[[Jane Campion]] (a [[film director]])
  77. Middle Ages (21063 bytes)
    1: ...eginning of the [[Early Modern]] period that preceded the [[Industrial Revolution]].
    5: ...] flourished in the early '''Middle Ages''': [[Hildesheim]].]]
    6: ...cial senses were unevolved and its technologies undeveloped, compared to the preceding culture.
    8: ...ished, leading to the rise of illiteracy among leadership.
    10: ===A new order===
  78. Iconography (7643 bytes)
    1: ...00px|''[[Salvator Mundi]]'' is an [[iconography]] depicting [[Christ]] with his right hand raised in [...
    2: ...[symbolism|symbolically]] mean more than a simple depiction of the person involved.
    4: ...ms of change, the flower of new life, the fire of destruction, etc.). The many heads, eyes, feet, and ...
    6: ...[[Old Testament]] scriptures against the material depiction of the immaterial [[God]] is overturned in...
    8: ...irement of the iconographer in order to correctly depict the spiritual realm. For the [[Eastern Orthod...
  79. Manuscript (5266 bytes)
    1: ...uced some other way. Information may be hand-recorded in other ways than in manuscripts, as [[inscript...
    8: ...oll]]s (''volumen'' in Latin) or [[book]]s (''[[codex]], codices''). Manuscripts were produced on [[v...
    10: ...ch making a single copy from an original that was declaimed aloud.
    12: ... languages]], written on palm leaves, survived in desert burials in the [[Tarim Basin]] of Central Asi...
    16: ...brew language|Hebrew]] manuscripts, such as the [[Dead Sea scrolls]] make no such differentiation.
  80. Cor anglais (2674 bytes)
    1: ...amore]]s but larger. If the oboe were to be regarded as a soprano in C, then the "cor anglais" would ...
    7: ...manding to play. The amount of breath support needed is greater than for the oboe, as is the difficul...
    9: ...which is generally done by the performer, is considered something of an art. While performing, cor an...
    15: ...tainty that this is the case. This probable misunderstanding gave birth to another one, the naming of...
    22: ...scores over the oboe, most likely because its rounder tone quality.
  81. Accordion (10069 bytes)
    9: [[Image:KlavierAccordeon.jpg|thumbnail|200px|right|a piano accordion]]
    10: ...e, and as air is drawn through the hole in the holder, the reed vibrates, producing sound.
    12: Modern free-reed instruments have several aspects in c...
    22: ...ons, which is more similar to a clarinet than a modern free-reed instrument.
    25: ... with Jew's Harps. The reeds were mounted on a wooden soundboard, similar to concertinas.
  82. Pipe organ (24478 bytes)
    1: ...on for the visible pipes of an organ to be purely decorative, with the real pipes behind them.]]
    7: ...ce of [[classical music]]. In the era of [[silent film]]s, large pipe organs were installed in many [[ci...
    13: ''A more detailed article is to be written at [[styles of pip...
    15: ...everal distinctive styles of pipe organ have been developed and achieved popularity at particular time...
    19: ...n attempt to provide authentic voices for an extended repertoire, and each one of these instruments is...
  83. Ashoka (15187 bytes)
    5: ...abharata rulers, to unify such a vast territory under his empire, which in retrospect exceeds the boun...
    10: ...anked Queen known as Dharma. Ashoka had several elder siblings and just one younger sibling, Vitthasho...
    14: ...omed by the revolting militias and the uprising ended without a fight. (The province revolted once mor...
    16: Ashoka's success made his step-brothers more wary of his intentions of ...
    18: ...utra]], but instead sent him back to Ujjain and made him the governor of Ujjain.
  84. Nile (13738 bytes)
    12: ... River|Amazon]] still remains the subject of much debate. This is, for the most part, due to two reaso...
    24: ...lthough the lake itself has feeder rivers of considerable size from the other [[Great Lakes (Africa)|G...
    26: ...Abyad, or the [[White Nile]], from the clay suspended in its waters. From there, the river flows to [...
    32: ...[[:Image:Nile River and delta from orbit.jpg|Nile delta]])]]
    40: ...he Nile in Sudan, looking north across the Sahara Desert towards Lake Nasser and Egypt. Photograph IS...
  85. Andrew Jackson (23546 bytes)
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    3: | image name=Seal_us_presdent.jpg
    4: | order=7th President
    7: | preceded= [[John Quincy Adams]]
    8: | succeeded= [[Martin Van Buren]]
  86. Alexandria (28378 bytes)
    3: ...ntry's capital was ended, and it fell into a long decline, which by the late [[Ottoman]] period had se...
    5: ...|right|Alexandria's state-of-the-art [[library]], designed by [[Christoph Kapellar]], was inaugurated ...
    16: * The modern city from [[1798]] (red).
    19: ...in. Alexander's seers, and in particular [[Aristander of Telmessus]], interpreted this as an omen that...
    21: ...t the foundation, but are thwarted when Alexander descends in a glass box, and armed with exact knowle...
  87. Australia (39438 bytes)
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    24: population_density = 2|
    25: population_density_rank = &mdash;|
  88. United States (59108 bytes)
    2: ... level of local autonomy under the [[federation|federal]] system.
    12: ...deral level]];<br> [[English language|English]] [[de facto]] |
    14: government_type = [[Democratic]] [[Federal republic]] |
    15: ...r>[[Vice President of the United States|Vice President]] |
    16: leader_names = [[George W. Bush]]<br>[[Dick Cheney]] |
  89. 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 = |
  90. Sudan (18856 bytes)
    2: ...ast, [[Kenya]] and [[Uganda]] to the southeast, [[Democratic Republic of the Congo]] and the [[Central...
    19: ...s = [[List of Presidents of Sudan|President]] |
    20: leader_names = [[Umar Hasan Ahmad al-Bashir...
    24: area_magnitude = 1 E12 |
    31: population_density = 15 |
  91. Culture of China (15738 bytes)
    1: ...a.jpg|thumb|250px|Chinese Tea Ceremony Image provided [http://classroomclipart.com Classroom Clipart]]...
    3: ...na's history, and mastery of Confucian texts provided the primary criterion for [[Imperial examination...
    10: ...bronze casting art work, noted for its clarify of detail. Early Chinese music and poetry was influenc...
    12: ...y appreciated arts in court circles, with a great deal of work done on silk until after the invention ...
    14: ... Chinese poetry. In this period, the highly regarded greatest Chinese poets, [[Li Po]] and [[Du Fu]] ...
  92. Mummy (16225 bytes)
    1: [[Image:Mummy 1.jpg|thumb|250px|Clipart provided by [http://classroomclipart.com Classroom Clip A...
    2: ...reserved [[corpse]] that, due to shielding from [[decomposition]] by either natural or artificial mean...
    8: ...orld. Some of the best-preserved mummies formed under natural conditions date from the [[Inca]] period...
    12: ...he [[English language|English]] word ''mummy'' is derived from mediaeval [[Latin]] ''mumia'', a borrow...
    16: ...mmification was made so that the bodies would not decompose in the afterlife. The mummified individual...
  93. Babe Ruth (55357 bytes)
    4: ...the ''[[Roaring Twenties]]'' as the fan base expanded significantly and triggered major expansion of n...
    7: ...ed above the saloon they owned and operated on Camden Street. Kate would walk to her father's home eac...
    9: ...ry recalled how their father would beat Babe in a desperate attempt to bring the boy into line, but to...
    12: ... every play. One day, as his team was getting pounded, Babe started mocking his own pitcher. Brother M...
    15: ...ot in such good shape. In 1914 the breakaway [[Federal League]], a rebel major league which would las...
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    24: AdmittanceOrder = 12<sup>th</sup> |
    27: Latitude = 34?N to 36?21'N |
    28: Longitude = 75?30'W to 84?15'W |
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    26: Longitude = 154?40'W to 162?W |
    27: Latitude = 18?55'N to 29?N |
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    23: AdmittanceOrder = 34<sup>th</sup> |
    25: ...re Central except for<br>4 counties on western border.</small> |
    26: Latitude = 37?N to 40?N |
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    24: 2000Density = 10.50 |
    25: AdmittanceOrder = 45<sup>th</sup> |
    28: Longitude = 109?W to 114?W |
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    13: ...ge|English]] and [[Spanish language|Spanish]] are de facto. |
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    23: AdmittanceOrder = 28th |
    24: AdmittanceDate = [[December 29]], [[1845]] |

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