|Karate organizations: The following 36 pages are in this category, out of 36 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
|For the Fallen Dreams: For the Fallen Dreams (often abbreviated FTFD) is an American hardcore/metal band from Lansing/Saginaw, Michigan. They formed in 2003 and built a strong following by playing shows at local venues such as the Old Jamestown Hall. In the summer of 2007, they were signed to the Portland, Oregon label Rise Records. Their debut album Changes was released in January of 2008 and the band has been touring relentlessly since.|
|Proofreaders pt-en: The following 14 pages are in this category, out of 14 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
|Nikolaos Michaloliakos: Although Hrisi Avgi remains a party of minor electoral importance, it drew public attention in the 90s and early 2000.|
|Short comics: A category for individual comics smaller in scope than a comic book or graphic novel.|
|Daisetsuzan Volcanic Group: The Daisetsuzan vocanic group (大雪山系, Daisetsuzan-kei?, also called Taisetsuzan) is a group of eight volcanic peaks arranged around the 2km wide Ohachi-Daira caldera wide in Hokkaidō, Japan. The group lends its name to the Daisetsuzan National Park in which the volcanic group is located. The volcanic group lies on the Kurile arc of the Pacific ring of fire. The volcanic zone makes itself known through a number of fumaroles and natural hot springs.|
|Kampung Awah: Kampung Awah is a small village in Temerloh, Pahang, Malaysia. This village is located about 12 kilometres from Temerloh town and -- kilometres from Maran town.|
|Sports in Detroit: All but two of the area's teams compete within the city of Detroit. There are three active major sports venues within the city: 41,070-seat Comerica Park (home of the baseball team Detroit Tigers), 65,000-seat Ford Field (home of the football team Detroit Lions), and 19,983-seat Joe Louis Arena (home of the ice hockey team Detroit Red Wings). Detroit is known for its avid hockey fans. Interest in the sport has given the city the moniker of "Hockeytown".|
|Matsutarō Shōriki: The Matsutaro Shoriki Award is given annually to the person who contributes the most to Japanese baseball.|
|Deception offences: But there is no need to prove an intention to permanently deprive.|
|Corporate executives: This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total.
|Echo Echo: "The Boxer" went on to bring Carbon Leaf local, regional, and even some national recognition. In January 2002 Carbon Leaf won the first-ever American Music Awards Presents the Coca-Cola New Music Award for "The Boxer." As part of winning they performed "The Boxer" live on the AMAs to 80 million television viewers worldwide. Following this appearance, "The Boxer" entered regular rotation on radio stations including Washington, DC's DC101 (WWDC 101.1 FM).|
|Parzival (band): Parzival is a band from Copenhagen, Denmark. Their musical style is somewhat reminiscent of that of Slovenian pioneers Laibach, but differs from it in that it has a less electronic sound, and incorporates elements of medieval music, Gregorian chants, and an overall epic feel. All of the bands lyrics are in German and Latin, to suit the groups highly Wagnerian style.|
|Bomberai Peninsula: Bomberai Peninsula is located on the Western New Guinea region at the opposite south of the Bird's Head Peninsula in Indonesia. To the west lies the Sebakor Bay and the south Kamrau Bay. Sabuda island lies off the western tip of the peninsula, which is separated from the mainland by Berau and Bintuni straits.|
|Social style: Assertiveness: The effort a person makes to influence the thinking and actions of others. Or - the measure of whether a person appears to ask or tell in interactions with others.|
|Pater Patriae: The Senate eventually conferred the title on many Roman emperors, often only after many years of rule, or if the new emperor was particularly esteemed by the senators, as in the case of Nerva. As a result, many of the short-lived Emperors never received the title.|
|UCT Mathematics Competition: Around 6000 participants from Grade 8 to Grade 12 take part, writing a multiple-choice paper. Individual and pair entries are accepted.|
|Stephanie Gilmore: Although the 2007 season was Gilmore's rookie year, she captured the Foster's ASP Women's World Title. The title race came down to the final event of the season, the Billabong Pro Maui. She won three eventsin 2007 to enter the Billabong Pro Maui,and ranked first place in the final event.  Gilmore needed a better result than former world champion Sofia Mulanovich and sophomore Silvana Lima, and won the title when both rivals bowed out before her. Gilmore quickly celebrated her title win and then went on to also win the event. She is a recent high-school graduate.  She likes music, playing guitar and skydiving. Her star sign is aquarius.  Stephanie Gilmore's favorite musical artists are Ben Harper, Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton.|
|Kowloon Peninsula: Historically speaking, the peninsula refers to the ceded territories of Kowloon in 1860 as part of the Convention of Peking, but geographically it covers the entire Kowloon south of the mountain ranges of Lion Rock, Kowloon Peak and other hills.|
|Ferrari 625: Ferrari created three different cars to use the Tipo 625 four cylinder engine:|
|Joy Eden Harrison: Harrison has two original songs in Hollywood films. The Love Beneath Your Lies is in the film Curtain Call. Marlene is in the film Suicide Kings.|
|Lead (engineering): Lead is the axial advance of a helix for one complete turn, as in the threads of cylindrical worms and the teeth of helical gears.1|
|Namba Parks: Namba Parks (なんばパークス Nanba Pākusu) is an office and shopping complex located in the Namba district, Osaka, Japan. It consists of a high office building called Parks Tower and a 120-tenant shopping mall with rooftop garden. Namba Parks was developed by Jon Jerde of The Jerde Partnership in the footprint of the since closed Osaka Stadium.|
|Public Broadcasting Act of 1967: When Lyndon B. Johnson signed the act into law on November 7, 1967, he described its purpose:|
|Mercedes-Benz 190: Mercedes-Benz has sold a number of automobiles with the "190" model name:|
|Indian actors by medium: This category has the following 3 subcategories, out of 3 total.
|ARD: Ard, ARD, Ards or ARDS may refer to:|