|Kevin Nash: Nash has a son, Tristen, who was born on June 12, 1996 with his wife, Tamara. The couple wed in 1989 and separated in 2000 but have since reconciled.|
Łupawa (German: Lupow) is a village located in the valley of the river Łupawa east of the district town Słupsk in the Pomeranian Voivodeship of northern Poland. It belongs to Gmina Potęgowo. The place was first mentioned in 1282. From the 15th until the 18th century Łupawa enjoyed some importance as it was situated at the road from Szczecin to Gdańsk. In 1689 Łupawa was chartered as a town.|
|Ed Dudley: Edward Bishop Dudley (February 19, 1901 – October 25, 1963) was a leading tour golfer of the late 1920s and 1930s.|
|Pteris: This category contains only the following page. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
|Grayson, Oklahoma: Grayson is a town in Okmulgee County, Oklahoma, United States. The population was 134 at the 2000 census.|
|Bad Hönningen (Verbandsgemeinde): The Verbandsgemeinde Bad Hönningen consists of the following Ortsgemeinden ("local municipalities"):|
|What to Do with Daylight: What To Do With Daylight is the debut album by New Zealand singer/songwriter, Brooke Fraser released in 2004. What To Do With Daylight was the top New Zealand album for 2004 (according to RIANZ), and went seven times Platinum.|
|In the Raw (band): In The Raw is a NJ based heavy metal band. Their first self titled album is being released in autumn 2007.|
|Adham Hadiya: Adham Hadiya (Arabic: أدهم هدية, Hebrew: אדהם האדיה), (born February 12, 1985) is an Israeli footballer currently plying his trade at Hakoah Maccabi Amidar/Ramat Gan.|
|People from Forest of Dean (district): The following 10 pages are in this category, out of 10 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
|Upfunk Creek: Band fails WP:BAND in that they have to date won one local council music competition and published their music on myspace.com. Garrie 05:10, 3 April 2007 (UTC)|
|Ak-Bulun: Ak-Bulun is a village in the Issyk Kul Province of Kyrgyzstan.|
|Municipal parks in New Hampshire: This category is for city parks or town parks in the state of New Hampshire in the United States.|
|Derek Landri: Derek Landri (born September 21, 1983) is an American football defensive tackle, drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the 2007 NFL Draft. Landri played high school football for De La Salle, and then went on to play college football for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. His selection by the Jaguars in the 5th round was rated one of the "Top 10 Draft Steals" of the 2007 draft by Sports Illustrated.|
|Registered Historic Places in Bardstown: The following 5 pages are in this category, out of 5 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
|Kajagoogoo: The band was originally founded in Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, in 1979, as a four-piece avant-garde instrumental group, called Art Nouveau, with Nick Beggs on bass guitar, Steve Askew on lead guitar, Stuart Croxford Neale on keyboards, and Jez Strode (born Jeremy) on drums. Art Nouveau released a track called "The Fear Machine". The single sold a few hundred copies, and was played on the John Peel show, but the band could not get a record deal.|
|Law firm stubs: The following 133 pages are in this category, out of 133 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
|Matt Davis: Matt Davis (1976 - August 10, 2003) was most notably the lead vocalist and guitarist for the post-hardcore outfit Ten Grand. Davis was an accomplished guitarist, bold vocalist, and was also known to be gentle and personable off-stage. He was especially known for giving bear hugs. Davis formed numerous bands in the Iowa City, Iowa area. Most notably were Brazil, Only Ten Between Us, and Ten Grand. Being of African-American descent in a largely white population he had a unique perspective. His Black identity was featured along with other Black rockers in the film Afro-punk. Matt's younger brother Dan, also a musician, plays in the group Ricky Fitts. Murder by Death, a band from Bloomington, Indiana, created a tribute 7" in his honor.|
|Aviation/Selected picture/28: A standard rocket engine uses a bell shaped nozzle to contain and direct the exhaust gases. However the optimum shape of the bell depends on the air pressure which reduces as the rocket climbs. An aerospike uses the air flowing past the rocket to form half of a 'virtual bell' which automatically compensates for the reducing pressure.|
|Cleanup Taskforce/Orson Scott Card: There are a few instances of weasel words, such as "...have generated a certain amount of controversy in the community of science fiction fandom." how much controversy are we talking about? Are we talking about one or two science fiction readers complaining? "...has confused many as to how a writer who sometimes portray gays positively in his fiction can be so virulently opposed to the gay-rights movement in his nonfiction writing" confused how many, and who specifically?|
|Weston-super-Mare: Most bus services are provided by First Group, although some services are operated by acltravel and 1-Spin Travel operate 1 weston super mare town service and a night-Bus Service to Bristol. All services call at stops in the Regent Street/Big Lamp Corner area; a few services to Sand Bay, Wells, Burnham-on-Sea and Bristol International Airport start from or run via the main railway station. Some bus services serve the main High Street.|
|Ferrer Colony and Modern School: The Ferrer Colony and Modern School was an anarchic utopia that was started by 22 anarchists on June 12, 1910. The Ferrer Modern School was opened 19 months later. The supposed utopia was set up near New Brunswick, New Jersey. It was finally shut down in the early 1950s. The entire project was named after Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia, a well known activist and anarchist of the time.|
|NTV Plus: 1996 - First broadcasts of NTV-Plus Company appeared on September 1, 1996|
|Albums produced by Trackmasters: 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.|
|List of airships of the United States Navy: A - B - C - D - E - F - G
H - I - J - K - L - M - N
O - P - Q - R - S - T - U
V - W - X - Y - Z|
|Riverfenix (album): Riverfenix is the first full-length album by Riverfenix, released on December 16, 1997 on Drive-Thru Records. It was later re-released (with some changes) by MCA and Drive-Thru Records, when Riverfenix was forced to change their name, as the self-titled debut album of Fenix TX. This album has since been out of print and is a treasured collector's item among fans as "Skinhead Jessie", "Jaw" and the untitled tracks are not featured on the Fenix TX version release. "Apple Pie Cowboy Toothpaste" and "Jolly Green Dumbass" also featured short intros while "Rooster Song" had a slightly different sound and featured a small message within the silence leading into the second untitled track. The songs shared between the two albums seem to be slightly faster on this release as well as Will Salazar's vocals seem to be noticeably more audible and sung at a slightly higher pitch.|
|Georges Speicher: Georges Speicher (June 8, 1907 – January 24, 1978) was a French cyclist who won the 1933 Tour de France along with three stage wins, and the 1933 World Cycling Championship.|
|Mighty King Kong: Paul Otieno Imbaya (1973 – December 25, 2007), better known for his stage name Mighty King Kong was a reggae musician from Kenya. He was born in Ugenya, Siaya District.|
|Pulsus tardus et parvus: In medicine, pulsus tardus et parvus, also pulsus parvus et tardus, slow-rising pulse and anacrotic pulse, is a sign where, upon palpation, the pulse is weak/small (parvus), and late (tardus) relative to its usually expected character. Classically, it is seen in aortic valve stenosis.|
|Hungary at the 2002 Winter Olympics: Argentina • Bermuda • Brazil • Canada • Chile • Jamaica • Mexico • Puerto Rico • United States • Venezuela • Virgin Islands|