|Archers characters: The following 3 pages are in this category, out of 3 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
|Stu Mittleman: Extolled by peak performance expert Tony Robbins, Stu is himself an author and fitness trainer, having written Slow Burn: Slow Down, Burn Fat, and Unlock the Energy Within (ISBN 0-06-273674-4). The book is based upon three basic tenets:|
|Legislative Assembly of Macau: The Assembly sits at a special Legislative Assembly building, a modern three storey structure located in the Nam Van area. The press has reported that the Assembly shall be moving to a new building within the next few years.|
|Andragoras (3rd century BC): Andragoras tried to wrest independence from the Seleucid Empire, at a time when the Seleucid were embroiled in conflict with Ptolemaic Egypt. In defiance, he issued coins in which he wears the royal diadem as well as his name (Will: I, 1966). Andragoras was a neighbour, a contemporary, and probably an ally of Diodotus I in Bactria, who also wrested independence around the same time, giving rise to the Greco-Bactrian kingdom.|
|Avery Creek, North Carolina: Avery Creek is located at 35°27′37″N, 82°34′44″W (35.460353, -82.578828).|
|Operations Safe Haven and Safe Passage: As the expiration of the US-Panamanian agreement permitting the Cubans to stay in Panama approached, planning began for Operation Safe Passage--the return of the Cubans to Guantanamo Bay Naval Facility. Between February 1, 1995, and February 20, 1995, 7,300 Cubans were transported from Panama to Guantanamo Naval Base. The mission of the transfer operation was to move the Cuban migrants from Safe Haven camps in Panama to Guantanamo in a safe, orderly manner.|
|Barbara Comstock: Comstock graduated from Middlebury College in 1981 and graduated from Georgetown University Law School in 1986.|
|Luke Fitzgerald: The result was keep. Lots of breathless reporting, before and after Sunday's game ("The nation is too busy talking about the admittedly promising Luke Fitzgerald" says the Roscommon Herald, and who could doubt that it's true ?) to demonstrate the non-subjective notability of the subject. Angus McLellan (Talk) 23:44, 29 November 2006 (UTC)|
|British Rail Class 121: Silverlink inherited a small fleet of four "Bubble Cars". They were mainly used on the Marston Vale Line from Bletchley to Bedford, as well as non-electrified lines in North London, such as Gospel Oak to Barking. The units replaced the previous fleet of Class 108 and Class 115 units, and were supplemented with a fleet of Class 117 units cascaded from Thames Valley services.|
|Ludvig Skramstad: Wikipedia does not have a category with this exact name. Please browse the existing categories to check if the category is covered under another name.|
|1912 Atlantic hurricane season: This category contains only the following page. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
|Newton Public Schools: Newton Public Schools is a school district in Newton, Massachusetts, U.S.A..|
|Hiawatha (passenger train): A new long distance Hiawatha the Olympian Hiawatha from Chicago to the Pacific Northwest was inaugurated in 1947. The sleeper cars and Skytop sleepers were not delivered until the late 1940's, so the train ran with Pullman heavyweights on the rear end, until delivery of the new cars. The train was designed by famous designer Brooks Stevens of Milwaukee. Six bedroom Skytop sleepers were created, which had more windows and a more bulbus rear end than their parlor Skytop counterparts on the Twin Cities Hiawatha. This train ceased operations on May 22, 1961,and the equipment was sold off to CN in Canada. One car, the Coffee Creek from the Olympian Hiawatha is undergoing restoration. (http://www.coffeecreek.info/)|
|Thomas Paine’s “Rights of Man”: A Biography: Thomas Paine's "Rights of Man": A Biography is Christopher Hitchens' contribution to the Books That Changed the World series. Hitchens, a great admirer of Thomas Paine, covers the history of "The Rights of Man" and analyzes its significance.|
|Elections in Paraguay: Argentina · Bolivia · Brazil · Chile · Colombia · Ecuador · Guyana · Panama1 · Paraguay · Peru · Suriname · Trinidad and Tobago1 · Uruguay · Venezuela|
|Barbara J. Spencer: Barbara J. Spencer, professor of Asia-Pacific International Trade at the University of British Columbia.|
|Articles for creation/2008-02-04: 2002: system of a down, I.C.P., rob zombie, goo goo dolls, and POD|
|La Guerre des clans: Like Family Feud, La Guerre des clans pits two families against each other in a contest to name the most popular responses to a survey-type question posed of 100 people.|
|Cypriot educators: This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total.
|Marcq-en-Ostrevent: Marcq-en-Ostrevent is a village and commune in the Nord département of northern France.|
|Giesteira: URBAN PARISHES: Póvoa de Varzim (parish) | A Ver-o-Mar | Argivai
DISTRICTS: A Ver-o-Mar | Agro-Velho | Bairro Norte | Centro | Bairro Sul | Parque da Cidade
Barreiros/Moninhas | Matriz/Mariadeira (Regufe) | Giesteira | Gândara | Argivai|
|Republic of Ireland B national football team: In August 1958 a Republic of Ireland B team travelled to Reykjavik and beat Iceland 3-2. Then in September 1960, Iceland made a return visit to Dalymount Park, this time losing 2-1. On both occasions Iceland fielded their senior team and the Football Association of Iceland regard these games as full internationals. In between the two games against Iceland, the Republic of Ireland B also beat South Africa 1-0 at Dalymount Park. The South Africans also regard this as a full international. Several League of Ireland players who played in these games subsequently played for the senior Republic of Ireland team. These included Christy Doyle, who had scored against both Iceland and South Africa, Jackie Hennessy who had scored twice against Iceland and Liam Tuohy.|
|Lotus Seven: Based on Chapman's first series-produced Lotus 6, the Seven was powered by a 40 bhp Ford Side-valve 1,172 cc engine. It was mainly for lower budget club racing on short tracks (750 motor club).|
|FA-Class chess articles: This category contains articles that have been rated as "FA-Class" by the Chess WikiProject. Articles are automatically placed in the appropriate sub-category when a rating is given; please see the assessment instructions for more information.|
|Pophali: Coordinates: 17°27′04″N 73°37′34″E / 17.451, 73.626 Pophali is a town in Chiplun taluka of Ratnagiri district in Maharashtra, India. The town is known for its power plant, which is a part of the Koyna Dam project. It is also a the last town in the Konkan side on the state highway that links the Konkan to the Marathwada region of Maharashtra. It is at the western end of the Kumbharli Ghat on this highway. Chiplun 15 km (9 mi) is the nearest town.|
|Health Systems in Minnesota: This category contains only the following page. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
|WikiProject Guitarists: This category has the following 5 subcategories, out of 5 total.
|Kalundre: As of 2001 India census, Kalundre had a population of 7581. Males constitute 52% of the population and females 48%. Kalundre has an average literacy rate of 80%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 83%, and female literacy is 76%. In Kalundre, 14% of the population is under 6 years of age.|
Sipahi (Ottoman Turkish: سپاهی; also transliterated as Spahi, Sepahi, and Spakh; traditionally rendered as Spahia or Spahiu in Albanian, and Spahija - Cyrillic спахиjа, спахия - in Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian, Macedonian and Bulgarian) was the name of an Ottoman cavalry corps. In the form of "Spahi" it was the title given to several cavalry units serving in the French and Italian colonial armies during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.|