|Camp Avoda: Camp Avoda was established in early 1927 by an organization then known as the Young Men's Hebrew Association. The camp was established to serve the needs of underprivileged Jewish boys. Originally, the bunks were essentially "huts" and had no screening or walls. Today the campers sleep in basic cabins which were built at various times between the late 1950s and early 1980s. Many bunks have had extensions annexed to them after the great rise in attendance in the middle 1990s.|
|France geography stubs: This category has the following 25 subcategories, out of 25 total.
|Anambra East: Aguata · Awka North · Awka South · Anambra East · Anambra West · Anaocha · Ayamelum · Dunukofia · Ekwusigo · Idemili North · Idemili South · Ihiala · Njikoka · Nnewi North · Nnewi South · Ogbaru · Onitsha North · Onitsha South · Orumba North · Orumba South · Oyi|
|Jeffrey Vernon Merkey/archive1: Thanks again - other comments welcome as well. RN 21:27, 6 June 2006 (UTC)|
|German football biography stubs: This category has the following 4 subcategories, out of 4 total.
|New York/Selected picture/6: The World Trade Center in New York City, United States, (sometimes informally referred to as the WTC or the Twin Towers) was a complex of seven buildings in Lower Manhattan, mostly designed by architect Minoru Yamasaki and engineer Leslie Robertson and developed by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. It was initiated in 1960 by a Lower Manhattan Association created and chaired by David Rockefeller, who had the original idea of building the center, with strong backing from the then-New York governor, his brother Nelson Rockefeller.|
|American Volunteer Group: The 1st American Volunteer Group was organized, deployed and trained before the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, 7 December 1941. It became famous as the Flying Tigers under the command of Claire Lee Chennault. Many pilots were attracted by the high monthly pay (nearly twice what the American military paid at the time) and the $500/kill bonus money offered by CAMCO, the Chinese front company sponsoring the group. |
|La`ieikawai: In Hawaiian mythology, La`ieikawai (Lā'ie-i-ka-wai) and her twin sister La'ielohelohe were born in La'ie, O'ahu. They were seprarated and hidden away from their chiefly father who had all his daughters killed at birth, because he wanted a first born son. La'ieikawai was hidden in a cave which was only accessed by diving in pool of water named Waiapuka. Soon it was well known that someone of royalty resided nearby because of the tell-tale rainbow that graced the sky above her cave dwelling. Her grandmother, Waka, secretly tried to smuggle her to Paliuli, Puna, Hawaii island. On the way there others heard of her beauty and the rumors travelled all throughout the islands. Aiwohikupua, a chief from the island of Kaua'i decided he would pursue her. At her home in Paliuli, Laieikawai was attended by supernatural birds such as the 'i'iwi polena. It is said she could float on the wings of the birds. While other royalty in Hawai'i had mere feather capes and cloaks, Paliuli had a house made of the sacred feathers. After a series of misfortunes, she becomes known as Kawahineliula (woman of the twilight).|
|TransLink (Brisbane) connections: Delete if this page really does exist solely to track one user's contributions to a project. That belongs in userspace. Peyna 15:42, 29 January 2006 (UTC)|
|Jayam Manade Raa: Abhiram (Venkatesh) is a fun loving guy staying with his parents in Europe. A bunch of 10 people won the contest of Thumps up, which gave them an opportunity to tour Europe. Uma (Soundarya) is one of the contest winners. Abiram likes Uma and acts as a tour companion for them during their stay in Europe. A shy Uma could not express her love towards him so she leaves a message in Abhiram's answering machine. But Abhiram could not listen to the message at the right time. Hence, Uma presumes that Abhiram does not love her and leaves back to India with her companions. Abhiram, who happened to listen the message after Uma left, calls up Uma and make a contact with her. But it's too late for him, as the father of Soundarya (Prasad Babu) commits a marriage for her daughter with Purushottam (Surya), the son of main villain (Jaya Prakash). On the other track, a parallel story is running in which Jaya Prakash and his gang of goons is searching for 'Rudrama Naidu'. When the father of Prasad Babu sees the photograph of Abhiram, he gets frieghtened and approach Jaya Prakash with the photograph. Jaya Prakash wants to eliminate 'Abhiram'. When Abhiram comes to know that Uma may be forcibly getting married another guys, he decides to come to India to marry his sweetheart. Just when he comes of the airport, a gang that is after his life chases him and Uma. They (Abhiraam & Uma) could manage to slip off the goons and get ready to flee from India to Europe. During that time, goons again chased him and he is saved by Jhansi in a nick of time. She takes him to a hideout where a group of people hide. They explain his about his flash back. He is the son of Mahadeva Naidu (Venkatesh), who was the savior or Dalitulu and downtrodden people of 'Karamchedu'. He libarated the 'Dalitulu' in that area and he was killed by the villains, who are none but his relatives (Jaya Prakash). At the time of killing Rudrama Naidu (son) and Jhansi (daughter) are taken away by the lieutenants of Mahadeva Naidu so that they can be saved. At the time of killing Mahadeva Naidu swears that 'Rudrama Naidu' would come back and destroy the villains and save the poor people. Rudrama Naidu, who is raised as 'Abhiraam', comes to know about the flash back and rest of the film is about how he takes the revenge.|
|Isolation Drills: Isolation Drills is the twelfth album by Dayton, Ohio indie rock group Guided by Voices. It was their second and final LP released under TVT Records and their second to feature a major rock producer in Rob Schnapf. The album was also their first to chart on the Billboard Top 200, peaking at #168. "Skills Like This" was featured on the ESPN Ultimate X Soundtrack compilation album. "Glad Girls" was nominated for the High Times "Pot Song of the Year" award. The album notably features instrumental contributions from Elliott Smith.|
|Howard Beach–JFK Airport (IND Rockaway Line): This station has two side platforms and four tracks; however, the northbound express track is broken just to the south.|
|Schizaeales: Schizaeales is an order of fern (class Pteridopsida). The ferns in this order were once all lumped into the family Schizaeaceae in the old order Filicales. However, although they are demonstrably related, these ferns differ markedly, and so three groups have now been elevated to family status:|
|Wikipedia Signpost/2006-08-07/News and notes: Last week's issue erroneously reported that the was the first African-language Wikipedia to reach 1,000 articles. The has already reached over 1,000 articles. Afrikaans, while of Indo-European descent and considered a Low Franconian language, is a language spoken primarily in Africa. The Afrikaans Wikipedia currently has about 5,500 articles.|
|Microbial population biology references (2000): This is just a list of journal articles related to a particular field. No assertion of notability to any of them, or any explanation for why they are listed here. Wikipedia is not an indiscriminate collection of information. Nor is it an article indexing service. Deprod-ed by author with the explanation "Explicit reference to article this entry is documentation for," where he also added a link to Microbial population biology. This article doesn't "document" anything presented at Microbial population biology, which has only a few paragraphs of useful text.|
|Beyaz peynir: Beyaz Peynir is one of the most popular Turkish cheeses. It is an unsalted, white cheese made from unpasteurized sheep's milk. The cheese has a slightly grainy appearance.|
|Welsh history timelines: This category contains only the following page. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
|1965 Tasman Series: The 1965 Tasman Series was the second Tasman Series season. It commenced on January 9, 1965 and ended on March 1 after seven races.|
|Tsentral Stadium (Batumi): Tsentral Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Batumi, Georgia. It is used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of FC Dinamo Batumi. The stadium is able to hold 4,000 people.|
|Ed Blaylock: He has worked in various capacities in a wide variety of media productions, which include script writer, cinematography, editor, grip and production assistant, and done location sound in feature motion pictures, TV commercials, industrials and short films.|
|Ashby, Massachusetts: Cambridge | Everett | Lowell | Malden | Marlborough | Medford | Melrose | Newton | Somerville | Waltham | Watertown | Woburn|
|Topfstedt: Topfstedt is a municipality in the district Kyffhäuserkreis, in Thuringia, Germany.|
|Evans Ice Stream: This article incorporates text from Evans Ice Stream, in the Geographic Names Information System, operated by the United States Geological Survey, and therefore a public domain work of the United States Government.|
|Charles Thomas Bingham:
He also extensively improved on the earlier published information from Frederic Moore and Lionel de Niceville. The following is from his his preface to the butterflies volume of the Fauna of British India:|
|Slovenian rappers: The following 3 pages are in this category, out of 3 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
|Mitsou: The first single, "Mademoiselle Anne", failed to replicate her cross-Canada success, but in 1991 the second single, "Dis-Moi, Dis-Moi", put Mitsou back in the spotlight with a controversial video that showed her and several male and female models nude in a shower room. The video, which was released only a few months after Madonna's "Justify My Love", was banned by MuchMusic (as the Madonna video had been).|