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  1. Rhode Island (15004 bytes)
    37: ...thirteen colonies]] that revolted against British rule in the [[American Revolution]]. It originally c...
    52: ... John Clarke a [[Royal Charter]] on [[July 8]], [[1663]] to Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, whi...
    72: ...nd. Among the other islands in the Bay are Hope, Prudence, and Despair.
    97: ...he nation. It is unknown whether or not this is true. The state that is considered to be the most [[...
    194: ... (minor league hockey) affiliate of the [[Boston Bruins]]
  2. New Jersey (35646 bytes)
    43: ...ution of his father, [[Charles I of England]]. In 1663 in recognition of his loyalty to the English Crow...
    45: ...s]] in England (with [[William Penn]] acting as trustee for a time) who settled the Delaware Valley r...
    49: ...thirteen colonies]] that revolted against British rule in the [[American Revolution]].
    63: Ironically, on [[February 15]], [[1804]] New Jersey became the last nort...
    72: ...[1948]], [[1968]], and [[1976]]. The state was a crucial [[swing state]] in the elections of [[1960]],...
  3. Timeline of United States pre-history (1600-1699) (5684 bytes)
    50: *[[1663]]-King [[Charles II of England]] grants charter f...
  4. Colonial America (32872 bytes)
    2: ...olitics|political]], and [[economics|economic]] structures.
    25: The first truly successful English colony was established in [[...
    29: ...icated that the entire region was, at the time, struck by the most severe [[drought]] in centuries. [[...
    35: ... contrast with the highly developed social infrastructure of colonial New England.
    58: ...ropean power of the day. Thus, in the political structure of Puritan society could be seen both the de...
  5. List of mathematicians (37424 bytes)
    12: ...braham]] (USA, [[University of California, Santa Cruz]])
    22: *[[Abu Arrayhan Muhammad ibn Ahmad al-Biruni]] (Uzbekistan, [[973]] - [[1048]])
    25: *[[Aleksandr Danilovich Aleksandrov]] (Russia, [[1912]] - [[1999]])
    33: *[[Petrus Apianus]] (Germany, [[1495]] - [[1552]])
    62: ...igory Barenblatt|Grigory Isaakovich Barenblatt]] (Russia, USA, [[1927]] - )
  6. List of philosophers (79981 bytes)
    120: *[[Averroes]] (or ''Ibn Rushd''), (1126-1198){{fn|C}}{{fn|O}}{{fn|R}}
    158: *[[Bruno Bauer]], (1809-1882){{fn|O}}{{fn|R}}
    231: *[[Rudjer Boscovich]], (1711-1787){{fn|C}}
    257: *[[Constantin Brunner]], (1862-1937)
    258: *[[Emil Brunner]], (1889-1966){{fn|R}}
  7. Knights Hospitaller (26158 bytes)
    1: ...Order of Knights of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem'' or ''Knights of Malta'' or ''Knights of Rh...
    5: ...aschid of [[Egypt]] to rebuild the hospice in [[Jerusalem]]. The hospice, which was built on the site ...
    7: ...up just cared for those pilgrims who made it to Jerusalem but the order soon extended into providing a...
    9: ...r Hospitallers, at the height of the Kingdom of Jerusalem the Hospitallers held seven great forts and ...
    15: ...g islands, as well as the Anatolian ports of [[Bodrum]] and [[Castellorizon]].

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