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  1. List of people by name: Ad (7741 bytes)
    46: ...vangeline Adams|Adams, Evangeline]], (1868-1932), astrologer
    54: *[[John Adams|Adams, John]], (1735-1826), second President of the United States
    56: ...ohn Couch Adams|Adams, John Couch]], (1819-1892), astronomer
    72: ...ams|Adams, Walter Sydney]], (1876-1956), American astronomer
    79: *[[James Adamson|Adamson, James]], (1946-), astronaut
  2. Anna of Russia (5221 bytes)
    24: ... the [[War of the Polish Succession]] ([[1733]]-[[1735]]). Afterwards, they made [[Augustus III]] the k...
  3. Sarah Churchill, Duchess of Marlborough (2468 bytes)
    6: ...ughter [[Diana Spencer|Lady Diana Spencer]] (1710-1735), to [[Frederick, Prince of Wales]]. The Duchess...
  4. John Adams (18716 bytes)
    9: | date of birth=[[October 30]], [[1735]]
    18: '''John Adams''' ([[October 30]], [[1735]] – [[July 4]], [[1826]]) was the first ([[...
    22: ...ew Style dates|Old Style]], [[Julian Calendar]]), 1735 in [[Braintree, Massachusetts]]. His father, a fa...
    48: ...s]] to the fisheries along the British-American coast should be recognized. Eventually the American neg...
    57: ...kney]], the other Federalist in the contest (at least in part so that Jefferson would not become vice p...
  5. New Mexico (31079 bytes)
    32: MeanElev = 5,692 ft, 1735 |
    46: ...[[1528]]-[[1536]]. [[Fray Marcos de Niza]] enthusiastically identified the pueblos as the fabulously ri...
    58: ...uisiana Purchase]], which extended into the northeastern corner of New Mexico, to the United States in ...
    66: ...ublic of Texas]] claimed the territory north and east of the [[Rio Grande]] when it seceded from Mexico...
    74: ...r an antislavery constitution. Texas transferred eastern New Mexico to the federal government, settling...
  6. Meteorology (19082 bytes)
    3: ...]] that focuses on [[weather]] processes and forecasting. [[Meteorological phenomenon|Meteorological ph...
    10: ...called "Book of Signs", was published by [[Theophrastus]], a pupil of Aristotle. It was centered more o...
    14: ...basis, and was one of the first Americans to forecast the weather on a daily basis.
    16: ...pheric circulation|global circulation]] was the [[1735]] study by [[George Hadley]] of the [[Trade Wind]...
    22: ...mputers became feasible. The first [[weather forecast]]s derived this way used [[barotropic]] (that mea...
  7. List of painters (54090 bytes)
    376: *[[Alfred East]] ([[1849]]-[[1913]])
    549: *[[Vlastimil Hofman]] ([[1881]]-[[1970]])
    721: *[[Dmitry Levitzky]] ([[1735]]-[[1822]])
    979: *[[Maurice Prendergast]] ([[1861]]-[[1924]])
  8. Timeline of United States pre-history (1700-1759) (3760 bytes)
    7: *[[1702]] - [[East Jersey]] and [[west Jersey]] become crown colonie...
    18: *[[1735]] - [[John Peter Zenger]] trial on freedom of the...
    27: *[[1758]] - [[Treaty of Easton]]
  9. January 1 (18244 bytes)
    7: *[[404]] - Last known [[gladiator]] competition in [[Rome]] takes...
    19: *[[1801]] - The first known [[asteroid]] [[1 Ceres]] is discovered by [[Giuseppe Pi...
    42: *[[1937]] - [[Anastasio Somoza]] becomes [[President of Nicaragua]].
    52: ...the Republic of Cuba]], is overthrown by [[Fidel Castro]]'s forces.
    61: ...747]] explodes and crashes into the sea off the coast of [[Bombay]], killing 213.
  10. Age of Enlightenment (36312 bytes)
    49: ...entally optimistic ideal that reform could end disasters, there became a progressively more strident na...
    51: Thinkers of the last wave of the Enlightenment—[[Jean-Jacques Ro...
    53: ...dopts the May 3rd Constitution at Warsaw's Royal Castle.]]
    59: ...n]] the Enlightenment and its style breathed its last, and longest breath. Napoleon reorganized France ...
    70: ...ted Western mathematics and philosophy since at least [[Eudoxus]], precipitated a scientific and mathem...
  11. List of astronomers (40322 bytes)
    1: '''Famous [[astronomer]]s and [[astrophysicist]]s''' include:
    90: *[[Louis Boyer (astronomer)|Louis Boyer]] ([[France]])
    132: *[[Josep Comas Sol᝝ ([[Spain]])<!--Last name = "Comas Solᦱuot;, list under C -->
    166: *[[Terence Dickinson]], ([[Canada]]), astronomer and author
    202: *[[Charles Fehrenbach (astronomer)|Charles Fehrenbach]] ([[France]], [[1914]...
  12. List of philosophers (79981 bytes)
    109: *[[Georg Anton Friedrich Ast]], (1778-1841)
    110: *[[Mary Astell]], (1666-1731){{fn|C}}{{fn|R}}
    128: *[[Gaston Bachelard]], (1884-1962){{fn|C}}{{fn|O}}{{fn|R}...
    155: *[[Sebastiano Basso]], (16th century)
    163: *[[James Beattie (writer)|James Beattie]], (1735-1803){{fn|C}}{{fn|R}}
  13. Platinum (10600 bytes)
    2: ...-- To edit the text of this article, scroll down past the table -->
    175: ...graphical expedition in [[Peru]] that lasted from 1735 to 1745. Among other things, Ulloa observed the '...
  14. Voltaire (48640 bytes)
    14: ...fession at all. So Voltaire studied [[law]], at least nominally. The Abb&eacute; de Ch&acirc;teauneuf ...
    16: ... [[Bastille]] on [[May 16]], [[1717]], here he recast ''Oedipe'', began the ''Henriade'' and decided to...
    18: Ever after his exit from the Bastille in April [[1718]] he was known as ''Arouet de...
    22: ...[[1720]]. It was a failure, and though it was recast with some success, Voltaire never published it as...
    28: ...m he passed [[1724]] and the next year chiefly recasting the now successful ''Marianne'', but also writ...
  15. Leonhard Euler (10366 bytes)
    5: .... He was completely [[blindness|blind]] for the last seventeen years of his life, during which time he...
    7: The [[asteroid]] [[2002 Euler]] is named in his honour.
    12: ...alytical science"&mdash;that is, calculus). In [[1735]] he lost much of his vision in the right eye due...
    27: ... [[proportional]] to a measure of the [[elastic|elasticity]] of the material and the [[moment of inerti...
    39: He established his fame in 1735 by solving the long-standing [[Basel problem]]:
  16. List of U.S. states by elevation (16995 bytes)
    61: | 137 m ([[New Castle County, Delaware|New Castle County]])
    339: | New Mexico ||4014 m ||859 m||1735 m||3155 m
    440: | New Mexico ||4014 m ||859 m||1735 m||3155 m
    633: | New Mexico ||4014 m ||859 m||1735 m||3155 m
    721: | New Mexico ||4014 m ||859 m||1735 m||3155 m
  17. Linnaean classification (11503 bytes)
    17: ...ough twelve editions during his lifetime (1st ed. 1735). He is best known for his introduction of a meth...
    51: ...groups have remained standard in biology for at least two centuries. It is now generally accepted that...
    57: ...iar in genetics laboratories (''Drosophila melanogaster''), Humans, and the Sweetbay Magnolia.
    59: === [[Fruit fly]] (''[[Drosophila melanogaster]]'') ===
    85: |''[[Drosophila melanogaster|D. melanogaster]]''
  18. 18th century (8231 bytes)
    3: ...18th century''''' refers to the [[century]] that lasted from [[1701]] through [[1800]] in the [[Gregori...
    11: ...as [[Paris]] and [[Vienna]] where nations could boast their power, enlightenment, and impression to the...
    25: ...]] conquer Iran, ending the [[Safavids|Safavid dynasty]].
    28: * [[1735]]-[[1799|99]]: The [[Qianlong Emperor]] of China ...
    29: ...sian Empire|Persia]] and founds the [[Afsharid dynasty]]. Rules until his death in [[1747]].
  19. 18th century new (49640 bytes)
    2: The '''18th century''' lasted from [[1701]] to [[1800]] in the [[Gregorian ca...
    4: ...a Bastille.jpg|right|250px|thumb|Storming of the Bastille, [[July 14]], [[1789]], an iconic event of th...
    15: ...off the coast of the [[Pacific Northwest]]; the coast of Japan is struck by a [[tsunami]].
    29: ...d Company of Merchants of England Trading to the East Indies.
    30: ...1708]]-[[1709]]: [[Famine]] kills one-third of [[East Prussia]]'s population.
  20. Saint Petersburg (36589 bytes)
    2: <!-- skip past this infobox to the text -->
    36: ...n Russia]] on the delta of the river Neva at the east end of the [[Gulf of Finland]] on the [[Baltic Se...
    42: ...rg is administrative center of the [[Leningrad Oblast]] (while being a separate region) and the [[North...
    48: ...ral details including long, straight boulevards, vast spaces, gardens and parks, decorative wrought-iro...
    50: ...o]] (60&deg; [[latitude|N]]), causes twilight to last all night in May, June and July. This celebrated...

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