|M11 Corridor: Major towns covered in this corridor include Harlow, Great Dunmow, Epping and Braintree in Essex, Bishop's Stortford in Hertfordshire and parts of South Cambridgeshire.|
|Frank Powell: Frank E. Powell (born in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada) was a stage and silent film actor, screenwriter, and director in the United States.|
|Fictional cities and towns in Virginia: The following 3 pages are in this category, out of 3 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
|Canadian indie pop albums: This category has the following 21 subcategories, out of 21 total.
|BBIAB: To begin an article here, feel free to edit this page, but please do not create a dictionary article.
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|1625 The NORC: 1625 The NORC (1953 RB) is a Outer Main-belt Asteroid discovered on September 01, 1953 by S. Arend at Uccle.|
|Grand Bassa County: Grand Bassa is one of Liberia's 15 counties. Buchanan is the county's capital. Among the county's notable residents were Joseph James Cheeseman and Anthony Gardiner, presidents of Liberia during the 19th century. Bob Grey, a Bassa chief, sold his land to the settlers for smoked fish.|
|Magneric: Magneric (Magnerich, Magnericus) (died 596) was a Frankish bishop of Trier. He is a Catholic and Orthodox saint, with feast day July 25.|
|Hadit: Hadit is the Fire of Desire at the Heart of Matter (Nuit). The combination of the upward-pointing triangle of Hadit and the downward-pointing triangle of Nuit forms the Star of Spirit (the Hexagram). The union of the infinitely small Hadit and the infinitely great Nuit causes an explosive rapture which leads to Samadhi.|
|Secondary schools in County Waterford: The following 5 pages are in this category, out of 5 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
|REM Island: On December 17, 1964 a raid by the Royal Dutch Navy terminated the broadcasting and the island was confiscated. This was made possible due to a law adopted on December 1st that prohibited broadcasting from structures at sea.|
|Mark Smith (Iowa politician): District 26: Bukta (D)
District 27: Jochum (D)
District 28: Murphy (D)
District 29: Foege (D)
District 30: Jacoby (D)
District 31: Zirkelbach (D)
District 32: Lukan (R)
District 33: Dick Taylor (D)
District 34: Todd Taylor (D)
District 35: Paulsen (R)
District 36: Dandekar (D)
District 37: Staed (D)
District 38: Olson (D)
District 39: Pettengill (R)
District 40: Horbach (R)
District 41: Bell (D)
District 42: Huser (D)
District 43: Smith (D)
District 44: Granzow (R)
District 45: Wessel-Kroeschell (D)
District 46: Heddens (D)
District 47: Watts (R)
District 48: Olson (D)
District 49: Miller (D)
District 50: Tjepkes (R)|
|Daphne Touw: Daphne Touw (born January 13, 1970 in Teteringen, Noord-Brabant) is a former field hockey goalkeeper from the Netherlands, who played 68 international matches for the Dutch National Women's Team. She made her debut on July 3, 1993 against Germany, and was a member of the team, that won the bronze medal at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia.|
|Dirge (novel): While the three races continue their political dance, a massacre occurs on Treetrunk. All 600,000 humans are killed by unknown attackers who then leave the planet. After an extensive search for the murderers turns up no clue, a single survivor is found hiding in a lifeboat on the smaller of Treetrunk’s moons. Allwyn Mallory claims to have witnessed the massacre and has proof of the attacker’s identity, a memory cube that recorded the Pitar not only killing the humans on Treetrunk, but also eviscerating the females for the reproductive organs.|
|Ojuela: Ojuela was a small mining settlement located northwest of the city of Torreón, Coahuila, in northern Mexico. The settlement is now a well known as a "ghost town" as a result of the mineral ore being exhausted.|
|Seth Cropsey: Between 1994-1998, Cropsey served as both the Director of the Heritage Foundation's Asia Studies Center and as the First Departmental Chairman and Professor of the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany.|
|British military transport aircraft 1920-1929: 1910s – 1920s – 1930s – 1940s – 1950s – 1960s – 1970s – 1980s – 1990s – 2000s|
|Neckbeard's - Tempe Az 11/7/05: Neckbeard's - Tempe Az 11/7/05 is a live recorded CD by Greensburg, Pennsylvania indie-rock band The Juliana Theory released on April 11, 2006 on Instant Live.|
|Geography of Malaysia: This category has the following 13 subcategories, out of 13 total.
|Julia Tobin: Other notable TV appearances include an episode of Spender, The Bill, and the Auf Wiedersehen, Pet episode of the documentary series Drama Connections.|
|SiteScape: The result of the debate was Speedy delete. Titoxd(?!? - help us) 03:39, 28 February 2006 (UTC)|
|CityTeam Ministries: An additional center was established in Chester, Pennsylvania in 1988, and a partnership was formed with West Coast Peniel Missions which serves the cities of San Francisco, Oakland, Portland, and Seattle.|
|Laotian Buddhists: This category contains only the following page. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
|Art dealers: This category has the following 10 subcategories, out of 10 total.
|Raychem EZF: EZF connector ends came in red cartridges for RG-59, blue for RG-6, and black or gray for RG-11. The installer would prepare the coaxial cable using the EZF stripper tool, or a standard utility blade. Preparation required only ⅛” versus standard ¼” preparation. After the coax had been stripped, the installer would push the connector onto the cable while the connector was still in the cartridge, which was easier than installing the connector with the fingers. Although the stripper tool also included a port for compression, no tool was needed to compress the EZF connector onto the coax. An installer could compress the EZF connector with a port and a wrench.|
|People from Hammersmith: This category includes people from Hammersmith part of the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham, Greater London, England. It was part of Middlesex until 1889.|
|Lebanon at the 1980 Winter Olympics: Lebanon competed at the 1980 Winter Olympics in Lake Placid, United States.|
|Farid Guliev: 1 Senior club appearances and goals
counted for the domestic league only.
* Appearances (Goals)|
|Honky Tonk Truth: "Honky Tonk Truth" is a single by American country music duo Brooks & Dunn. Released as the first single from their CD, The Greatest Hits Collection, it peaked at #3 on the US Country chart.|