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  1. Rio de Janeiro (14538 bytes)
    13: ...e Europeans thought at first the Bay of Guanabara was actually the mouth of a river, they called it "R...
    15: ...st invaders - neighbor [[Niter󩝝, for instance, was founded by a native chief for supporting defense...
    17: ... westwards, an urban movement which lasts until nowadays.
    19: ...the colonial administration in Portuguese America was moved to Rio.
    21: ...y European capital outside of Europe. Since there was no physical space nor urban structure to accommo...
  2. Main Page2 (2348 bytes)
    17: [[Image:Great_wall2.jpg|200px|thumb|center|Image provided by [http...
    42: ===March 2007 Calendar===
    43: {{MarchCalendar2007a}}
  3. Meryl Streep (12114 bytes)
    5: ...[1979]]), and ''[[Sophie's Choice]]'' ([[Academy Award for Best Actress|Best Actress]], [[1982]]).
    7: ... it. As she would say when collecting her [[Emmy award]] for ''[[Angels in America]]'', "There are som...
    13: By the year [[2000]], Streep was arguably the most recognized film actor in the w...
    15: ...oduction for release in [[2005]], [[2006]], and [[2007]], and remains one of the most respected actors i...
    17: ==Awards==
  4. Reese Witherspoon (2585 bytes)
    5: Witherspoon was born in [[Baton Rouge, Louisiana]]. She attended...
    9: ... and the Online Film Critics Society. Witherspoon was the voice behind the character of Greta Wolfecas...
    17: *''[[Freeway (movie)|Freeway]]'' (1996)
    27: *''[[The Trumpet of the Swan]]'' (2001) (voice)
    34: *''[[Walk the Line]]'' (2005) (currently in post-producti...
  5. Conventional Egyptian chronology (10774 bytes)
    18: ...en, ''Third Intermediate Period in Egypt'' (1973, Warminster).
    20: ...ucl.ac.uk/ Digital Egypt for Universities], which was developed by [http://www.petrie.ucl.ac.uk/ The P...
    130: *Wadjkare
    149: *Wahkare Khety
    159: *Inyotef II (Wahankh) 2064-2015
  6. Nigeria (19231 bytes)
    1: ...y's name is unrelated to its African heritage; it was proposed by a ''[[The Times|Times]]'' article in...
    30: | '''[[Area]]'''<br>&nbsp;- Total <br>&nbsp;- % water
    63: ... [[World War II]], the British moved the colony towards self-government on a federal basis.
    65: Nigeria was granted full independence in 1960, as a federati...
    67: ...f 30,000 Igbos. Following the creation of Biafra, war broke out with the Federal Government. Under Bri...
  7. Lebanon (34225 bytes)
    34: ...'''[[Area]]'''<br />&nbsp;- Total <br />&nbsp;- % water
    66: The country was named after [[Mount Lebanon]]; the word "Lebanon...
    71: ...iddle Ages]] was involved in the [[Crusades]]. It was then taken by the [[Ottoman Empire]].
    73: ... collapse of the [[Ottoman Empire]] after [[World War I]], the [[League of Nations]] [[French Mandate ...
    80: === Civil War, (1975-1990) ===
  8. Slovakia (19892 bytes)
    28: | '''[[Area]]'''<br>&nbsp;- Total <br>&nbsp;- % water
    58: ...a etc. are used in the same text, is therefore awkward, arising in analogy to the use of the term Czec...
    63: Since c. 450 BC, Slovakia was inhabited by [[Celts]], who built powerful [[Enc...
    65: ... of Slovakia in the 5th century. Western Slovakia was the centre of [[Samo]]'s Empire in the 7th centu...
    67: ...n in this new state. For almost two centuries, it was ruled autonomously as the Principality of Nitra ...
  9. Barbados (21887 bytes)
    1: '''Barbados''' is an [[island nation]] located towards the east of the [[Caribbean Sea]] and the west...
    3: ... consists of some [[marsh]]es and [[mangrove]] [[swamp]]s. Some parts of the island's interior are als...
    9: ...e next few centries, the Caribs&mdash;like the Arawak and the Salodoid-Barrancoid&mdash;lived in isola...
    13: ...39]]. Among the initial important British figures was Sir [[William Courten]].
    15: ...ped into the main commercial enterprise, Barbados was divided into large plantation estates which repl...
  10. Romania (19812 bytes)
    24: percent_water = 3% |
    39: established_dates = [[Romanian War of Independence]]<br/>[[10 May]], [[1877]]<br/>[...
    57: ...the Romanian name of the former principality of [[Wallachia]].
    62: ...Romanians lived in three distinct principalities: Walachia, Moldavia, and Transylvania.
    64: Wallachia and Moldavia came under the [[suzerainty]]...
  11. Jamaica (16893 bytes)
    27: | Sir [[Howard Cooke]]
    32: | '''[[Area]]'''<br>&nbsp;- Total <br>&nbsp;- % water
    65: ... wood and water, given to it by the original [[Arawak]] or [[Taino]] people from South America, who fi...
    67: ...tons of sugar annually between 1820 - 1824, which was achieved through the massive use of imported [[A...
    69: ...revolt. Following a series of rebellions, slavery was formally abolished in [[1838]].
  12. Kuwait (15932 bytes)
    2: ...rabia]] in the south and [[Iraq]] in the north. Kuwait is located in the [[Middle East]].
    5: ...1604;&#1603;&#1608;&#1610;&#1578;<br>(Dawlat al Kuwayt)'''</big></big>
    9: | align="center" width="140px" | [[Image:Kuwait flag large.png|125px|]]
    12: | align="center" width="140px" | ([[Flag of Kuwait|In Detail]])
    15: ...r" colspan=2 | <small>''[[National motto]]: For Kuwait''</small>
  13. Bolivia (30115 bytes)
    25: percent_water = 1.29% |
    59: ...d [[drought]]. Roughly contemporaneous with the Tiwanakan culture, the [[Moxos]] in the eastern lowlan...
    62: ... royal authority weakened during the [[Napoleonic wars]], sentiment against colonial rule grew.
    65: ...�r]], on [[August 6]], [[1825]] (see [[Bolivian War of Independence]]).
    67: ... Bolivia's weakness was demonstrated during the [[War of the Pacific]] ([[1879]]&ndash;[[1883|83]]), w...
  14. California (63989 bytes)
    12: Governor = [[Arnold Schwarzenegger]] (R)|
    20: WaterArea = 20,047 |
    21: PCWater = 4.7 |
    45: ....gov/cgi-bin/waisgate?WAISdocID=06487414661+1+0+0&WAISaction=retrieve
    78: Waltz = none
  15. Kansas (21369 bytes)
    17: WaterArea = 462 mi&sup2;; 1,196 |
    18: PCWater = 0.56 |
    42: Kansas, as part of the [[Louisiana Purchase]], was annexed to the [[United States]] in [[1803]] as ...
    44: ...ah]], [[California]], or [[Oregon]], Kansas was a waystop and outfitting place. On [[March 30]], [[185...
    46: ...ns constructed homesteads in Kansas following the war. On [[February 19]], [[1861]] it became the firs...
  16. New Mexico (31079 bytes)
    18: WaterArea = 607 |
    19: PCWater = 0.2 |
    46: ...he pueblos reached [[Cabeza de Vaca]], a Spaniard wandering across south New Mexico in [[1528]]-[[1536...
    50: ...rest of [[New Spain]] to his remote colony. O񡴥 was made the first governor of the new [[Province of...
    58: ...dent Mexico following the [[1810]]-1821 [[Mexican War of Independence]].
  17. Women's suffrage (11832 bytes)
    1: ...discrimination due to, for instance, race), which was considered too radical.
    3: ...came the first modern polity where equal suffrage was extended to women.
    4: ...o women in [[1838]]. In [[1893]], [[New Zealand]] was the first country to introduce [[universal suffr...
    11: ...out the world. In many countries women's suffrage was granted before [[universal suffrage]], so women ...
    13: ...with the same property qualifications as for men) was granted in [[New Jersey]] in [[1776]], but resci...
  18. Space exploration (14877 bytes)
    1: ...famous and important aspects of space exploration was the landing of the first man on the moon in the ...
    4: ...c breakthroughs, the idea of outer-earth missions was no longer a dream, but a viable practice.
    6: ...one Arsenal]] displays many articles of space hardware, including a full-size replica of the [[Apollo ...
    13: ...]. The first orbital flight made by a human being was [[Vostok 1]], carrying [[Yuri Gagarin]] on [[Apr...
    15: ...ed V2 rocket in July, [[1946]]. Another milestone was achieved on [[May 17]], [[2004]] when [[Civilian...
  19. Cold War (18329 bytes)
    1: {{ColdWar}}
    2: ...ollapse of the Soviet Union in [[1991]]. The term was popularized by the U.S. political adviser and fi...
    5: ...umb|right|[[NLF]] casualties during the [[Vietnam War]]. After the balance of power in Europe were fir...
    7: ...he occasions when the tension related to the Cold War took the form of an armed conflict. In those con...
    9: ...rpower status that it had won in the Second World War.
  20. Venus (planet) (31010 bytes)
    3: ...e Venus is closer to the Sun than the Earth, it always appears in roughly the same direction from Eart...
    5: Venus was known to ancient [[Babylon]]ians around [[1600s ...
    23: ...uch a way that it always presents the same face toward Earth when the two planets are at their closest...
    25: ...e causes [[meteor]]s to decelerate as they fall toward the surface, and even large meteors will strike...
    29: ...Sun's assault water vapor in the upper atmosphere was split into [[hydrogen]] and [[oxygen]], with the...

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