|Schleicher ASH 30: The ASH 30 is a two-seater Open Class glider manufactured by Alexander Schleicher, developed as replacement for ASH 25H. The Mi version will motorised with the 41kW (56hp) rotary Diamond Wankel engine, but an unpowered version will also be available. The prototype has yet to fly but Schleicher are now accepting orders.|
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|Duc Trong: Duc Trong (Vietnamese: Đức Trọng) is a district (huyện) of Lam Dong Province in the Central Highlands region of Vietnam.|
|Heinrich Himmler's Great Chair: The result was redirect. W.marsh 15:54, 14 November 2007 (UTC)|
|Stephen Quartermain: In December 1984, Quartermain joined Network Ten where he covered events such as the Seoul Olympics, Wimbledon and The Ashes during the 1980s.|
|Elsham (organisation): Elsham is a leading human rights non-governmental organization based in Jayapura, Papua, Indonesia. Since opening in the 1980s the Institute of Human Rights Studies and Advocacy, or Elsham as it is better known, has been a trusted Papuan group which reports human rights violations in Papua.|
|Calum: WP:WINAD. This is another name definition. Already been transwikied. Delete. --Dmcdevit 2 July 2005 07:18 (UTC)|
|Ford Konno: He won four medals at the 1952 and 1956 Olympic Games. In Helsinki, Finland, Konno won gold medals in the 1,500-meter freestyle and the 4x200m freestyle relay. His time of 18:30:3 in the 1,500 freestyle was an Olympic record. He also won a silver medal in the 400 meter freestyle. In 1956, he won a silver in the 4x200m freestyle relay. He is a member of the International Swimming Hall of Fame.|
|Munro Chambers: The result was delete.--Kubigula (talk) 05:35, 14 April 2008 (UTC)|
|Abnodius: Abnodius is a saint of Abyssinia. He is venerated in the Coptic Church on September 3.|
|Veitchia macdanielsii: Veitchia macdanielsii is a species of flowering plant in the Arecaceae family. It is found only in Vanuatu.|
|Anchiceratops: Anchiceratops frills are very distinctive. Rectangular in shape, the frill is edged by large epoccipitals (triangular bony projections), and has smaller fenestrae (window-like openings) than those seen in other chasmosaurines like Pentaceratops and Torosaurus. Another characteristic feature is the pair of bony knobs located on either side of the midline, towards the end of the frill.|
|Tench Francis: Tench Francis was the name of two influential figures of 18th-century Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:|
|Notability (local churches and other religious congregations): Note 1: The Washington National Cathedral and Westminster Abbey would be examples of churches fitting this criteria.
Note 2: Most cities' main cathedrals of recognised denominations, for example, would fit in this category; churches such as Paradise Community Church in Adelaide, Australia, (from which the Family First Party, a notable political party in Australia with representation in its state Parliament and the Federal Parliament, evolved) would also fit into this category.
Note 3: The size needed to be notable will be dependent on the area, and discretion should be used in discussions regarding the country and area where the church is situated. Generally, most megachurches should be notable.
Note 4: All Souls Church, Langham Place would be an example of this, being formative in the ministry of notable theologian John Stott.
Note 5: Such notable programs will have been the subject of multiple non-trivial published works whose source is independent of the church. These criteria are intended to prevent situations where part of the church is notable but the church as a whole is not.|
|Asano Tsunaakira: Asano Tsunaakira (浅野綱晟, Asano Tsunaakira?) (June 21, 1637- February 18, 1673) was a Japanese daimyo of the Edo period, who ruled the Hiroshima Domain.|
|Capsella: The genus Capsella belongs to the Mustard family Brassicaceae. The most common species is Shepherd's Purse (Capsella bursa-pastoris).|
|Grand Alliance Party: The Grand Alliance Party is a political party in Sierra Leone.|
|CardTalk: CardTalk is an inexpensive player for recordings on vinyl records. It consists of a flat piece of cardboard creased and folded into a modified triangle shape. The base has a nub to hold the record in place. The upper "arm" forms the "pointy" part the triangle and has a needle which is placed upon the record. The record is spun using a small stick like a pencil. The cardboard picks up the impressions on the record and vibrates enough to be heard causing the "Card" to "Talk".|
|Tennis biography stubs: This category is for biographical stub articles relating to tennis. You can help Wikipedia by expanding them.|
|Beddomeia turnerae: Beddomeia turnerae is a species of gastropod in the Hydrobiidae family. It is endemic to Australia.|
|John Black (Motor industry): During World War II he became chairman of the Aero Engine Committee, a role for which he gained a knighthood in 1943. In the later years of the war he organised the take over of Triumph and in 1953 he became chairman of Standard-Triumph with Alick Dick taking over control of day to day operations. He was injured in late 1953 in an accident when being given a demonstration of the Swallow Doretti and this affected his judgement and he was forced to resign in January 1954 officially because of his health.|
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|Ghoga: This Page is Under Development. Developed by Santosh Kumar Yadav, Ghogha, Janidih.|
|Qualea impexa: Qualea impexa is a species of plant in the Vochysiaceae family endemic to Peru.|
|Celebrate Bandra: It all began when several individuals and organizations realized how rich and textured Bandra life was, and how worthy it was of salutation. And that is why in November 2003, all of Bandra came together in a unique celebration of culture, colour, vibrancy and entertainment.|
|Captain Tsubasa (Famicom): Created a genre of games known as "Cinematic Soccer". This means that rather than having direct control over the action like a standard soccer sim; the game has a cinematic angle with the player having to choose his actions from a timed list and the results of these actions are animated on screen.|
|Foreign grain beetle: They are harmless bugs they come in homes in large numbers infesting moldy products and dry food. Females lay up to 500 eggs at a time in walls. People usually confuse them with ticks, fruit flies and fleas. They are very similar to the saw-toothed grain beetle but they are two different species. The best way to control them is to vacuum your house at least three times a week.|
|Rick Terry: Richard Ross Terry, Jr. (born April 5, 1974 in Lexington, NC) is a former defensive tackle in the NFL. He played from 1997 to 1999 for the New York Jets and Carolina Panthers. He played college ball at the University of North Carolina. He was drafted by the Jets in the 2nd round of the 1997 NFL Draft.|
|Victor Kodelja: Kodelja played 10 times for Canada from 1974 through 1977. He scored once, in a 1974 friendly against Hungary in Budapest which ended 1-1.|
|1979 in comics: Notable events of 1979 in comics. See also List of years in comics.|