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  1. Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom (35966 bytes)
    20: ...ost recently during her [[2004]] state visit to [[France]] to commemorate the centenary of the [[Enten...
    29: ...7]], when she accompanied her parents to [[South Africa]]. On her 21st birthday she made a broadcast t...
    33: ...t-great-grandmother. They are also both descended from [[Christian IX of Denmark]] (she being a great-...
    38: ...] [[1996]]) [[Diana, Princess of Wales|Lady Diana Frances Spencer]] ([[1961]]–[[1997]]); married...
    55: ...e's health declined during [[1951]] and Elizabeth frequently stood in for him at public events. She vi...
  2. Mary I of England (24813 bytes)
    8: ... remembered for her attempt to return [[England]] from [[Protestantism]] to [[Roman Catholicism]]. To ...
    13: ... who presumably would have contracted the disease from Mary's father. Whether or not he had the disea...
    15: ..., [[Spanish language|Spanish]], [[French language|French]] and [[Italian language|Italian]], as well a...
    17: ...ovided that the Princess Mary should marry either Francis or his second son, [[Henry, Duke of Orl顮s]...
    19: ... with the [[Roman Catholic Church]]. All appeals from the decisions of English ecclesiastical courts ...
  3. Elizabeth I of England (34338 bytes)
    7: ...ngland]] and [[King of Ireland|Queen of Ireland]] from [[17 November]] [[1558]] until her death. Somet...
    9: ...th impatience by her counsellors, often saved her from political and marital misalliances. Like her fa...
    11: ...the number of [[Privy Council|Privy Counsellors]] from thirty-nine to nineteen, and later to fourteen.
    16: ...as addressed as Lady Elizabeth and lived in exile from her father as he married his succession of wive...
    18: ...th Elizabeth and remained her confidante and good friend for life. She had been appointed to Elizabeth...
  4. Anne of Great Britain (22303 bytes)
    12: ... later when the Duchess of Marlborough was banned from court during the [[War of the Spanish Successio...
    15: ...nce of Sarah Jennings, who would become her close friend and one of her most influential advisors. Jen...
    19: ...rth to a son ([[James Francis Edward Stuart|James Francis Edward]]) in [[1688]], for a Roman Catholic ...
    22: ...ffices. Lady Marlborough was subsequently removed from the Royal Household, leading Princess Anne to a...
    24: ...mplete trust of her brother-in-law, who refrained from making her his Regent during his military campa...
  5. Victoria of the United Kingdom (38571 bytes)
    7: ...] from [[20 June]] [[1837]], and Empress of India from [[1876]] until her death. Her reign lasted more...
    12: ... Duke of York were already married, but estranged from their wives) and father children to provide an ...
    14: ...anguage|Greek]], [[Latin]], and [[French language|French]]. Her educator was the Reverend [[George Da...
    20: ... own marital surname was. After examining records from the Saxe-Coburg-Gotha archives, they reported t...
    23: [[Image:queen_victoria.jpg|framed|left|A young Victoria is depicted at her coro...
  6. Diana, Princess of Wales (29391 bytes)
    9: place_of_death=[[Paris]], [[France]]
    11: ... Wales|HRH The Prince Charles, Prince of Wales]]. From her marriage in [[1981]] to her divorce in [[19...
    15: From the time of her [[engagement]] to the Prince of...
    22: ...h; a great-grandmother was the American heiress [[Frances Work]] — she was also a descendant of ...
    27: [[Image:princessdi.jpg|frame|right]]
  7. Nancy Astor, Viscountess Astor (3681 bytes)
    8: ...ed, and the first to take a seat, in the House of Commons. She would be re-elected many times, serving unti...
    12: ...t easy because they were avoiding the real war in France and the future invasion. The allied soldiers ...
    20: # [[David Astor|Francis David Langhorne Astor]] (1912-2001)
  8. Kim Campbell (10679 bytes)
    31: ...) was the nineteenth [[Prime Minister of Canada]] from [[June 25]] to [[November 4]], [[1993]]. Though...
    39: ...ship of the party. A few years later she resigned from the legislature to run in the [[Canadian federa...
    41: Upon her election to the [[Canadian House of Commons]] in [[1988]], Campbell became Canada's first fem...
    45: Campbell's quick rise to fame from a relatively unknown [[Cabinet of Canada|cabine...
    51:
  9. Constance Georgine, Countess Markiewicz (3360 bytes)
    4: ...ere close friends of the poet [[W. B. Yeats]] who frequently visited the house, and were influenced by...
    6: ...ame involved in radical politics through the [[suffragette]] movement and in the Irish nationalist mov...
    10: ...-elected to the [[Second Dᩬ]] in the [[House of Commons of Southern Ireland]] elections of 1921.
    12: ...ird Ministry]] of the Dᩬ. Holding cabinet rank from April to August 1919, she became the first Iris...
  10. Margaret Thatcher (46377 bytes)
    27: ... was the [[Prime Minister of the United Kingdom]] from [[1979]] to [[1990]], the only woman [[as of 20...
    29: ...y]] task force to retake the [[Falkland Islands]] from [[Argentina]] in the [[Falklands War]].
    31: ...and]], and increased wealth inequalities. However from the mid 1980s a period of sustained economic gr...
    33: ...d Monetary Union]]. Her leadership was challenged from within and she was forced to resign in [[1990]]...
    36: ...hire]] in eastern [[England]]. Her father was [[Alfred Roberts]], who ran a grocers' shop in the town ...
  11. The Valiant Five (3833 bytes)
    3: The women, all of whom were from [[Alberta]], were:
    7: ...ie McClung|Nellie Mooney McClung]] (a famous [[suffragist]] and member of the Alberta legislature);
    8: ...(one of two women first elected to the [[House of Commons of Canada]], and
    17: *the framers of the Act, in 1867, could not have had it i...
    20: ...However, because the Council did not hear appeals from within the British Isles, the decision was non-...
  12. Asia (16910 bytes)
    4: ...defined by subtracting the [[Europe]]an peninsula from Eurasia. [[geology|Geologically]] and [[geograp...
    6: ...sia and Europe: the demarcation between Asia and Africa is the [[isthmus]] of [[Suez Canal|Suez]]. The...
    12: ...o the Semitic word 'erebu', which means "to set". From a Middle Eastern perspective, the east (Asia) i...
    24: ...rderline cases between Asia and Europe, Asia and Africa and Asia and Oceania.
    76: ... used to also refer to some countries in [[North Africa]]. Southwest Asia can be further divided into:
  13. Canada (35540 bytes)
    3: ...e of the many "main" articles about Canada linked from this article, e.g., [[Politics of Canada]], [[G...
    10: ...[English language|English]] and [[French language|French]]. Its [[Statistics Canada|official]] populat...
    17: ...ions]], the [[Commonwealth of Nations]], and [[La Francophonie]]. Canada is officially [[Bilingualism ...
    18: * [[Canadian French|French]] is the majority language of [[Quebec]] and ...
    46: ...t|[[New Brunswick]]||[[Fredericton, New Brunswick|Fredericton]]
  14. United Arab Emirates (10825 bytes)
    65: ...pointed 40-member Federal National Council, drawn from all the emirates, reviews proposed laws. There ...
    67: ... bin Sultan Al Nahyan]] was the union's president from the nation's founding until his death on [[2 No...
    71: ...as [[Burj Al Arab]] and [[The Palm Islands]], and friendliness to the West have led many to call it th...
    136: {{commons|United Arab Emirates}}
    151: *[http://lcweb2.loc.gov/frd/cs/aetoc.html Library of Congress - Country Stud...
  15. Republic of Ireland (25543 bytes)
    40: established_dates = From [[United Kingdom|UK]] by treaty<br>[[21 January...
    58: ... "Republic of Ireland" in order to distinguish it from the island of Ireland as a whole. The name ''Re...
    60: ...dence in [[1922]] it became known as the "[[Irish Free State]]", a name that was retained until [[1937...
    67: ...in and Ireland]]. From [[1874]], but particularly from [[1880]] under [[Charles Stewart Parnell]], the...
    69: ...of an independent Irish State whereby the [[Irish Free State]] (in the [[Gaelic|Irish language]] ''Sao...
  16. Guatemala (8475 bytes)
    39: | from [[Spain]]
    60: From the [[4th century|4th]] to the [[11th century]]...
    65: This confederation fell apart in a war from [[1838]] to [[1840]], and Guatemala became an i...
    67: ...ing to successive successful democratic elections from [[1985]] to date. The most recent democratic el...
    81: [[Image:Gt-map.jpg|framed|Map of Guatemala]]
  17. Pakistan (74854 bytes)
    39: established_dates = From the [[United Kingdom]]<br />[[1947-08-14]]<br /...
    62: ...nions of the divided Greek empire of [[Bactria]] (from the areas of the [[Panjshir province|Panjshir]]...
    64: The Kushan kingdom stretched from modern-day [[Uzbekistan]] to northwestern India...
    69: ... by the [[Mughals]] from [[1526]] until [[1739]]. From 1739 until the early [[19th century]] the entir...
    72: ... the British by the Muslim leader [[Tipu Sultan]] from 1749 to 1799 left the remnants of the Mughal Em...
  18. United Kingdom (37269 bytes)
    10: ...t mon droit]] (Royal motto)<br>([[French language|French]]: God and my right)''<sup>2</sup></small> |
    56: ...r, although there is also a nominal frontier with France in the middle of the [[Channel Tunnel]]. The ...
    62: ...d). This political usage of "Great Britain" dates from the personal union of the Crowns of Scotland an...
    64: The [[British Isles]] is a term frequently used to refer to the [[archipelago]] whic...
    71: ...nce]] of [[Ulster]], immediately opted out of the Free State and to remain in the UK. The nomenclature...
  19. New Hampshire (23166 bytes)
    36: ... the most famous of all [[state motto]]s: "[[Live free or die]]".
    51: ... modern [[Republican Party]] by [[Amos Tuck]] and friends. New Hampshire grew as a hotbed of [[Aboliti...
    58: ...ther [[John H. Sununu]] was governor of the state from [[1983]]&ndash;[[1988]]. [[List of New Hampshir...
    60: ...ampshire)| Executive Council]] that is a holdover from the [[Governor's Council]] of the Colonial era....
    62: ...House of Representatives and the British House of Commons. Based on 2000 Census data, this averages out to ...
  20. Space (10661 bytes)
    6: ...damental [[abstract]] mathematical [[concept]]ual framework (together with [[time]] and [[number]]) wi...
    16: * That which separates objects from one another
    47: ... think (and talk) about the world. Another way to frame this is to ask, "Can space itself be measured,...
    49: ...s, but rather both are elements of a systematic [[framework]] we use to structure our experience. Spa...
    51: ...en by [[Isaac Newton]] (space is absolute), [[Gottfried Leibniz]] (space is relational), and [[Henri P...

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