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Ujigami Shrine: Ujigami Shrine (宇治上神社, ujigami jinja?) is a Shinto shrine in the city of Uji in Kyoto Prefecture, Japan. In 1994, it was registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site as one of the "Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto".
Mondial (motorcycle manufacturer): In March 2006, Wright was convicted of smuggling, mail fraud, wire fraud and false statements. These charges related to the smuggling of two motorcycles into the United States, falsely labeling them as being approved by the US EPA and DOT regulatory agencies, and selling them. He had previous convictions for the same offence.[3] He was sentenced to 27 months in prison, but on December 7 2006, instead of reporting to prison, he fled. When his flight from prosecution began, he emailed several news outlets stating, in part, "You will never take me alive to be tortured in you(r) death chambers."[4]
Rats & Bullies : The Dawn-Marie Wesley Story: Neutral (so far). I am not sure yet whether this has sufficient notability to remain, but I fully agree with the decision to discuss it here --Zeraeph 20:25, 6 June 2007 (UTC)
John G. Rangos School of Health Sciences: The Rangos School houses such programs as Athletic Training (B.S.), Health Management Systems (B.S., M.H.M.S.[2]), Occupational Therapy (M.S.), Physical Therapy (D.P.T.), Physician Assistant (M.P.A.), Speech-Language Pathology (M.S.), and the Ph.D. in Rehabilitation Science.[3] In addition, the school offers a variety of bachelor's degree programs, entry-level master's degree programs, master degree programs, a doctor of physical therapy program, joint and second degree opportunities, and inter-school majors and minors.[1]
Stone Island (2000AD): According to "The Light & the way", "there is a thin, mean world that exists between life and death. They prey upon transitory souls like salmon spawning upstream". Split into drones, workers and warriors, the creatures of this world look like twisted zombies. Cramming their advanced technology into Sorrel when he died of Carbon monoxide poisoning to invade Earth, but failed when Jon Prentiss sacrificed himself.
Taihei, Fukuoka: As of 2003, the village had an estimated population of 4,075 and a density of 83.23 persons per km&sup2. The total area was 48.96 km².
Epicrionops marmoratus: Epicrionops marmoratus is a species of caecilian in the Rhinatrematidae family. It is endemic to Ecuador. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist montanes, rivers, and intermittent rivers.
Kaka, Central African Republic: Kaka is a village in the Bamingui-Bangoran Prefecture in the northern Central African Republic.
Electoral division of Windermere: Within the electorate are the towns of George Town, Low Head, Windermere, Dilston, Relbia, Hillwood and Bell Bay. The Launceston suburbs of Rocherlea, Newnam, Mowbray, Mayfield, Ravenswood, St Leonards, Elphin and Waverly.
Meat eater ant qeen excavating hole.jpg: Promoted Image:Meat eater ant qeen excavating hole.jpg --KFP (talk | contribs) 12:24, 13 January 2007 (UTC)
Toby Kebbell: Toby Kebbell (born July 9, 1982) is an English actor. Kebbell's breakthrough came when Shane Meadows cast him in the role of Anthony in the film Dead Man's Shoes. For his performance in Dead Man's Shoes, Kebbell was nominated for Most Promising Newcomer at the British Independent Film Awards and was widely lauded for his sensitive, moving portrayal of a mentally challenged youngster. Kebbell then appeared in Oliver Stone's Alexander and Match Point, which Woody Allen cast him in after being impressed with his performance in Dead Man's Shoes.
Bird's eye shot: In film, a Bird's eye shot refers to a shot looking directly down on the subject. The perspective is very foreshortened, making the subject appear short and squat. This shot can be used to give an overall establishing shot of a scene, or to emphasise the smallness or insignificance of the subjects. These shots are normaly used for battle scenes or establishing where the character is.
Zeyheria tuberculosa: Zeyheria tuberculosa is a species of plant in the Bignoniaceae family. It is endemic to Brazil. This plant is threatened by habitat loss. It is cited as a timber tree, and also it is used as a urban tree.[1]
Gerard Rotherham: I AM NOT A TROLL I unfortunately mistyped this cricketers name when I googled it and not suprisingly found no mention of him. I then redid it after seeing so many people saying how notable he was and I concede my mistake. There is however, no need to call me a troll. I just tire of coming to wikipedia and seeing articles for minorly important people who offer great claims of notability. This article is clearly not one of those, but i'm sure you all understand my frustration with people who create articles about somebody just because they played semi-pro baseball or ran in a state election, etc. Batman2005 21:35, 12 February 2006 (UTC)
Bhratadarman: Bhratadaman was a Saka ruler of the Western Kshatrapas in northwestern India from around 278 to 295.
Cêgnê: Cegne is a village in the Tibet Autonomous Region of China. It lies at an altitude of 4901 metres (16,081 feet). The village has a population of about 363.
Nude & Natural: Nude & Natural: The Magazine Of Naturist Living or simply ("N") Magazine is a quarterly naturist magazine published by The Naturist Society in Oshkosh, Wisconsin and distributed throughout the United States and internationally. According to its web site [1] "N offers readers a deftly balanced blend of timely news and features, incisive commentary and reviews, and perceptive site reports from naturist venues near and far. That and more. And it's all tastefully illustrated with images that take you to the very heart of the naturist experience." The magazine also features scholarly articles on naturist history, culture and current legal issues.
Chess-Nuts: A live action chess game becomes a chaotic, animated quest for the favors of Betty Boop. Betty comes to life as the black queen and Bimbo becomes the white king. The black king wants Betty for himself and carries her away to his castle. Bimbo must come to her rescue. The battle contains elements of chess, bowling, football and boxing. Koko appears briefly as part of Bimbo's team of animated chess men.
XHMNL-TV: XEFB 2 (Televisa XHTV) - XHWX 4 (TV Azteca 13) - XET 6 (Televisa XHGC) - XHFN 7 (TV Azteca 7) - XHX 10 (Televisa XEW) - XHAW 12 (Multimedios) - XHMOY 22 (Televisa XEQ) - XHMNL 28 (Edusat/Once TV) - XHCNL 34 (Televisa local) - XHMNU 53 (Edusat/UANL) - XHSAW 64 (Multimedios)
Army list: Another purpose is to create balanced opposing forces. Frequently this is achieved through use of a points system, more powerful units costing proportionally more points.
Josef Rubinstein: Rubinstein' was born on June 4, 1958 in Germany, and emigrated to the United States from Israel when he was 5 years old, soon developing an interest in American comic books. At age 11 he attended classes in New York (where he lived) at the Arts Students League, under art teacher Arthur J. Foster, the son of the legendary Hal Foster (creator/artist of "Prince Valiant," one of the most highly-regarded comic strips in history).
Cognition/gallery: This page is an archive of the proposed deletion of the article below. Further comments should be made on the appropriate discussion page (such as the article's talk page or on a Votes for Undeletion nomination). No further edits should be made to this page.
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TPSL: TPSL (Finnish: Työväen ja pienviljelijäin sosialidemokraattinen liitto, "Workers' and Small Farmers' Social Democratic Union") was a originally a fraction of the Social Democratic Party of Finland, headed by Emil Skog and Aarre Simonen. It was active 1958–73 and generally identified as being politically between SDP and SKDL (a Communist organization).
Chinese film directors: The following 80 pages are in this category, out of 80 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
Furuflaten: Furuflaten is a village in the municipality of Lyngen, Norway. Its population (2005) is 231.
WikiProject AFL/Quiz/Archive7: An SANFL Hall of Fame member who played in "only" three decades and was a leading club administrator had two sons who were premiership players at his SANFL club before they went on to play VFL/AFL football. Name the two sons. As per Roisterer's rules, bonus point for naming Dad and second bonus point for nicknames. Pudgey 10:06, 17 March 2007 (UTC)
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