|Lovechild: Previously deleted unsourced article on an unreleased album recreated by same editor with a different name. Mdsummermsw (talk) 14:31, 31 January 2008 (UTC)|
|Robert Sara: Robert Sara (born 9 June 1946 in Oberlainsitz, Niederösterreich) is a former Austrian football player.|
|Dipterocarpus globosus: Dipterocarpus globosus is a species of tree in the family Dipterocarpaceae endemic to Brunei, Sarawak and Kalimantan.|
|742 births: The following 3 pages are in this category, out of 3 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
|WASP-2b: WASP-2b is an extrasolar planet orbiting the star WASP-2 located about 500 light years away in the constellation Delphinus. The planet's mass and radius indicate that it is a gas giant with a similar bulk composition to Jupiter. Unlike Jupiter, but similar to many other planets detected around other stars, WASP-2b is located very close to its star, and belongs to the class of planets known as hot Jupiters.|
|International Institute for Secular Humanistic Judaism: The International Institute for Secular Humanistic Judaism (IISHJ) is the academic and intellectual center of Humanistic Judaism. It was established in Jerusalem in 1985, and it currently has two centers of activity: one in Jerusalem and the other in Farmington Hills, Michigan. The Institute offers professional training programs for Spokespersons, Educators, Leaders (also referred to in Hebrew as madrikhim/ot or in Yiddish as vegvayzer), and Rabbis, in addition to its publications, public seminars and colloquia for lay audiences. It has also trained Music Leaders and Cantors, though those programs are not currently active.|
|Mac HelpMate: This Mac OS and/or Mac OS X software-related article is a stub. .|
|Mountain View High School (Marana): Mountain View is a northwest Tucson high school, part of the Marana Unifed School District. Mountain View is one of three high schools in the Marana Unfied School District, Riverview High School is the newest. Mountain View is known for its high graduation rate, which stood at 98% in 2005, and number of college-bound students (about 85% in 2005). It is also known for its numerous clubs, currently there are 52 clubs at the school.|
|Sisters of the Holy Ghost (Dubuque): The congregation was founded in 1890, by the Archbishop of Dubuque John Hennessey, its objectives being the cultivation of devotion to God the Holy Ghost and the education of youth.|
|British Columbia Marijuana Party: The British Columbia Marijuana Party (BCMP) is a minor political party in the Canadian province of British Columbia that advocates the legalisation of cannabis.|
|ICMLPO (International Newsletter): The following 19 pages are in this category, out of 19 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
|Serous tumour: Serous tumours are part of the surface epithelial-stromal tumour group of ovarian neoplasms. They are common neoplasms with a strong tendency to bilaterality, and they account for 30% of all ovarian tumours. Sixty percent are benign, 10% are borderline and 30% are malignant.|
|2007-08 NCAA Division I women's basketball rankings: The Coaches Poll is the second oldest poll still in use after the AP Poll. It is compiled by a rotating group of 31 college Division I head coaches. The Poll operates by Borda count. Each voting member ranks teams from 1 to 25. Each team then receives points for their ranking in reverse order: Number 1 earns 25 points, number 2 earns 24 points, and so forth. The points are then combined and the team with the highest points is then ranked #1; second highest is ranked #2 and so forth. Only the top 25 teams with points are ranked, with teams receiving first place votes noted the quantity next to their name. Any team receiving votes after the top 25 are listed after the top 25 by their point totals. However, these are not real rankings: They are not considered #26, #27, etc. The maximum points a single team can earn is 775. The preseason poll was released on 2007-10-29.|
|Harras El-Hedoud Stadium: Coordinates: 31°09′03″N 29°50′54″E / 31.150936, 29.848453|
|Lafayette Township, New Jersey: Lafayette was formed as a Township based on an Act of the New Jersey Legislature on April 14, 1845, from part of Frankford Township and Newton Township, based on the results of a referendum held that same day. The Township was named after the Marquis de Lafayette (1757–1834), the French general and statesman who served in the Continental Army (1777–81) during the American Revolutionary War.|
|James C. Garland: On August 19th 2005, Garland announced that he would be retiring in the summer of 2006, after 10 years as president of the institution. Garland now resides in Santa Fe, NM.|
|Translation Centre for the Bodies of the European Union: The Translation Centre for the Bodies of the European Union is an agency of the European Union. Established in 1994, the Translation Centre is located in Luxembourg City. The Centre, which is self-financing, was set up to meet the translation needs of the other European Union agencies. Under voluntary cooperation agreements it also provides services to the EU institutions and other bodies that have their own translation services.|
|Alessandro Ruspoli, 2nd Prince of Cerveteri: Alessandro, Principe Ruspoli (December 3, 1708 – Rome, June 20, 1779) was the 2nd Prince di Cerveteri, 2nd Marchese di Riano and 7th Conte di Vignanello, son of Francesco Maria Marescotti Ruspoli, 1st Prince of Cerveteri and wife Isabella Cesi dei Duchi di Acquasparta, maternal niece of Pope Innocent XIII. His brother was Bartolomeo Ruspoli. He was also a great-great-great-great-great-grandfather of actor Bart Ruspoli.|
|Wikipedia Signpost/2006-04-03/Bureaucrats: Among the current access levels, bureaucrat status has also been the focus of some frustration because of the difficulty in having successful nominations. In part this is because a number of RfA participants feel no need for additional bureaucrats, and oppose any nomination for that reason. The lack of a backlog on the few bureaucrat-specific functions is frequently cited, compared to the constant backlog for admin-related tasks such as dealing with copyright problems, although comments also indicate that should any real backlog develop on RfA, it would produce considerable displeasure and impatience.|
|Cursive: In the handwriting of William Bradford, in the early seventeenth century, most of the letters were separate, but a few were joined as in a cursive hand. By the late eighteenth century, a century and a half later, the situation had reversed; in Thomas Jefferson's draft of the United States Declaration of Independence most but not all of the letters were joined. The presentation copy of the Declaration, written professionally a few days later, was written in a fully cursive hand. Eighty-seven years later, in the middle of the nineteenth century, Abraham Lincoln drafted the Gettysburg Address in a cursive hand that would not look out of place today.|
|Reach out: ...but it seems others don't see the world the way I do. I'm a broken man, and I just don't see any reason to do much of anything, including eat or sleep. No, I'm not suicidal, because I know it'll pass, but it hurts like hell and I just want it to go away. I don't expect any kind of notice or responses, but if anybody reads this at all, at least I feel that somebody out there has noticed me. I blanked my user page a couple days ago, and nobody noticed. I probably won't be especially active until I can be motivated by anything but hurt and outrage. – ClockworkSoul 20:59, 2 January 2007 (UTC) Recopied from archive page - --ElaragirlTalk|Count 02:04, 3 January 2007 (UTC)|
|Henry Russell (athlete): A Cornell University student, Henry Russell won the IC4A championships in 100 yd (91 m) in 1926 and in 220 yd (200 m) in 1925 and 1926. Russell was elected to the Sphinx Head Society during his senior year.|
|Blue Frog (2nd nomination): User:Mapletip have requested this article to be deleted with the following reason: Dead software, website, and company. This is a re-nomination, please check the previous entry in here. AQu01rius (User | Talk | Websites) 18:04, 29 October 2006 (UTC)|
|Evelyn: The name Evelyn, meaning "little bird," is derived from the French name "Aveline" of the same meaning. Additionally, it can be traced back to the Germanic Ava (possibly meaning "desired") and the Latin avis ("bird").|
|Hospital (TransMilenio): At the beginning of 2001, the second phase of the Caracas trunk was opened from Tercer Milenio to Calle 40 Sur. A few months later, service was extended south to Portal de Usme.|
|Settlements in Uzbekistan: This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total.
|Claudia Grant: Claudia Grant is a fictional character from Robotech, specifically the part of the anime series known as Macross (where she was originally called Claudia LaSalle). She was a bridge officer on the SDF-1 and was third in command after Captain Henry J. Gloval and Lt. Cmdr. Lisa Hayes. In her early military career, Claudia courted fighter pilot Roy Fokker, and the two soon became a couple. Claudia was also a close friend of Lisa's. She would often comfort Lisa in regards to Rick Hunter over a glass of wine or cup of tea, offering advice or bluntly telling Lisa not to let Rick "get away from her". Unfortunately, Claudia died at her post in the final battle against Khyron (although in the original Macross, she does not die).|
|Age of Shadows: A piece of minor history in the fictional setting of a virtually unknown role-playing game. -Sean Curtin 02:24, 9 Jul 2004 (UTC)|
|The Nighthawk (Ron Thomas): This page is an archive of the discussion about the proposed deletion of the article below. This page is no longer live. Further comments should be made on the article's talk page rather than here so that this page is preserved as an historic record.
The result of the debate was delete. Joyous 21:16, Feb 19, 2005 (UTC)|
|Music of Inner Mongolia: Inner Mongolia is a province of China, with traditions related to Tuvan music and Mongolian music. Musically, it is known for the Han shanxi opera tradition. Popular musicians including the yangqin player Urna Chahar-Tugchi, formerly of Robert Zollitsch’s Gaoshan Liushui, a world music ensemble. The singer-songwriter Tengger has been well-known throughout China since his 1986 hit "The Mongolian"; he has since formed a band called Blue Wolf.|