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Afghanistan related

Afghan Islamic Press[?] - Afghan Ministry of Health[?] - Afghan National Museum[?] - Bagram air base[?] - Lakhdar Brahimi[?] - Kabul Radio[?] - Fazil Ahmed Manawi[?]

Animals, Biology, anatomy

Animal intelligence[?] - Bull Shark[?] - Fang[?] - genetic linkage[?] - Golden retriever[?] - Gray Reef Shark[?] - Great Whale[?] - How to give a dog a bath[?] - Ibex[?] - Multicellular organism[?] - Nurse Shark[?] - Oceanic White Tipped Shark[?] - Pasteurellosis[?] - Rhinograda[?] - Rottweiler[?] - Seeing Eye dog[?] - Silky Shark[?] - Skates[?] - Tadpole[?] - Tusk[?] - Unicellular organism[?] - Whale Shark[?]

Anthropology, ethnology

Ethnolinguistics[?] - Fieldwork[?] - Forensic anthropology[?] - Kinship[?] - Paleoethnobotany[?] - Sociolinguisitcs[?]

Art, Artists and Art history

Aboriginal art[?] - Abramtsevo Colony[?] (art group) - Action painting[?] - Alchemigram[?] - Airbrushing[?] - Alexander Mosaic[?] (about the Battle of Issus) - Alla prima[?] - Altamira[?] (cave paintings) - Arfé[?] - Art group[?] - Artek[?] - Aquilifer[?] - Bas relief[?] - Barbizon school[?] - Hans Bellmer[?] - Casa Argentina del Arte Correo[?] - Decorative arts[?] - Alceo Dossena[?] (Italian art faker) - Flat shading[?] - The Exquisite Corpse's Wang Dang Doodle[?] (include information on Ted Joans[?]) - Winslow Homer[?] - Michel Lotito[?] (eats glass and metal) (ms. Magne Tout) - Conroy Maddox[?] - Manuscript illumination[?] - Andre Masson[?] (painter) - Mixed media[?] - Modernisme[?] (i.e. the Antoni Gaudi variety) - Mosfilm[?] - Wolfgang Paalen[?] - Maxfield Parrish[?] - Pierre Petiot[?] - Poster[?] - Prehensilhouette[?] - provenance[?] - George Rickey[?] - Surrealist Group in Stockholm[?] - The Surrealist Movement in the United States - Xerox art[?]

Architecture, Buildings, City planning and Public space

Apartment[?] - Astrodome[?] - Geometrical road design[?] - Hodology[?] - Massachusetts Turnpike[?] - Pacific Bell Park[?] - Police box[?] - Spring Palace[?] in Aranjuez, Spain - St. Michael and Gudula Cathedral[?] (in Brussels) - That Sri Song Hak[?] - Winchester Mystery House[?] - Woolworth Building[?]

Astronomy

American Astronomical Society[?] - Annie Jump Cannon[?] - History of calendars[?] - How to compute calendars[?] - Radar astronomy[?]

Business

See Economics below

Chemistry, Chemicals, Labs[?]

Clinical biochemistry[?] - Palladium hydride[?] - Propellant[?] - Pyrethrum[?] -

Trace metal[?]

Comedy, Satire, and Humor

Tim Conway[?] - Bob Greene[?] (humorist) - Bill Maher[?] - Joan Rivers[?]

Communications and Media outlets[?]

Closed-caption[?] - Japan Times[?] - Le Monde Diplomatique[?] - Pamphlet[?] - Radio Liberty[?] - Seeing Eye dog[?] - Singing telegram[?] - Telecommunications Device for the Deaf[?]

Computer science, Computing and Internet

Acapedia[?] - Datapoint[?] - Datapoint 2200[?] - Digital radio[?] - EbXML Architecture[?] - Enhanced keyboard[?] - GEDCOM[?] - IBM Convertible[?] - IBM Portable[?] - Mercedes (calculator)[?] - Wireless gateway[?] (Do not forget to link to IEEE 802.11 article!!!)

Crime and Law

Aggravated assault[?] - Boston Strangler[?] - Bounty Hunter[?] - Cattle mutilation[?] - Conman[?] - Enrico Gatti[?] (Italian small-time terrorist) - Salvatore Giuliano[?] (Sicilian bandit) - Fritz Haarman[?] (Serial killer) - John F. Kennedy assassination[?] - Robert F. Kennedy assassination[?] - Loanshark[?] - Barry Minkov[?] (ZZZBest) - Nicholas Leeson[?]

Dance and dancers

Royal Danish Ballet[?] - Ballets Russes[?] - Cirque du Soleil[?] -

Economics, business, businesses, business leaders, sales, marketing

Advertising agency[?] - Applied Materials[?] - Asian financial crisis - Bank of America[?] (and please de-orphan it) - Bubble economy[?] - Steve Case[?] - Conman[?] - Deficit spending[?] - Debt consolidation[?] - Generalized System of Preferences[?] - Harrods[?] (Knightsbridge) - Hyatt International[?] - Induced innovation[?] - Jellyvision[?] - Mercosur[?] - National debt[?] - Net Book Agreement[?] - New Economy[?] (That magical period of time in the 90's where a company that has and does nothing could be gloriously rich in weeks, and dead a few months later) - Political risk insurance[?] - Product Placement[?] - Public finance[?] - Scarcity value[?] - small business[?] - Stabilisation policy[?] - Underemployment[?] - Wage rate[?]

Education

English studies[?] - Fulbright Educational Exchange Program[?] - Fulbright scholarship[?] - Head Start[?] - New Jersey Institute of Technology[?]

Environment, weather and earth sciences[?]

Bloodstone[?] (gem) - Pulper[?] - Weather satellite[?]

Fashion, textiles and clothing

Christie Brinkley[?] - Buckram[?] (linen) - Carpet[?] - Cover Girl[?] - Cindy Crawford[?] - Fashion sense[?]

Feminism

Access for Afghan Women Act[?] - International Women's Day[?] - Gloria Steinem[?]

Food, nutrition, plants and agriculture

Apiculture[?] - Bleubell[?] - Briony[?]/bryony[?] - Bryophytes[?] - Camomile[?] - Camphor[?] - Champignon[?] - Chive[?] - The Complete Scarsdale Medical Diet[?] - Humanitarian aid[?] - Morning glory[?] - Protein (nutrition)[?]- Henry Spira[?]

Games and toys

Mechanical toy[?] - Merry-go-round[?] - Skipper Roberts[?] (barbie doll) - Trading cards[?]

Gender & Sexuality

Beefcake[?] - Lili Elbe[?] (transsexual) - RealDoll[?]

Geography

Agadir[?] - Arak Gorges[?] - Berghof[?] - Chao Phraya Valley[?] - Torch Bay[?] (bay of Portage Lake) - Mapuche[?]

Government / Politics / bureaucracy (also see below Political science / Law)

Anarchy (Malatesta book)[?] - Central American Parliament[?] - Civil disorder[?] - Computerized postage[?] - Computer vended postage[?] - Consular office[?] - Defense Policy Board[?] - Dissident[?] - Esquipulas Peace Agreement[?] - Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front[?] - Fancy cancels[?] - Harkat-ul Mujahedeen[?] one of more than a dozen militant groups that have fought Indian troops since 1989 in Kashmir - Inter-American Human Rights Court[?] - John F. Kennedy assassination[?] - Joey Smallwood[?] (Newfoundland politician) - Mental Patients Liberation Front[?] - Mailstream[?] - Military coup - National Space Society[?] - Nunavut Land Claims Agreement Act[?] - Official secrets act[?] - Palestinian Liberation Front[?] - Partnership for Democracy and Development in Central America[?] - Postal service[?] - Poverty pimp[?] - Psychiatric Inmates' Liberation Front[?] (see [2] (http://members.aol.com/ahunter3/)) - Robert F. Kennedy assassination[?] - Science policy[?] and/or Science regulation[?] - Scottish Freedom Movements[?] - Sectarian violence[?] - Separatism[?] - Tangentopoli[?] Italian “bribe city” campaign - UN Security Council Resolution 940[?] - United Nations Assistance Mission for Afghanistan[?] - Ustasha[?] - Viceroy of Ireland[?] - Welsh Freedom Movements[?]

Historical figures

Cochise[?] - Princess Herange[?] (1883-1952) Maori leader - Sicco L. Mansholt[?] - Ortoli, Francois-Xavier[?] - Papillon[?] - Robert Schuman[?] (French Foreign Minister in 1950s) - Chuine Sugihara[?] ("Japan's Schindler") - Milo Radulovich[?] (Red Scare) - Elihu Root[?] - Jacques Santer[?] - Ranuccio Farnese[?] -

History

Antiquity[?] - EDSA Revolution[?] - Donner Party[?] - Immigration Act of 1924[?] (U.S.) - Kreisau Circle[?] - Palestinian Liberation Front[?] - Poplar strike[?]

Labor and Unions

Labor movements[?]

Linguistics

Conradh na Gaeilge[?] - Language Freedom Movement[?] (of Ireland) - Long vowel[?] - Signuno[?]

Literature, authors, writers, reporters[?], Media, Newspapers Books and critics

A Child Called It[?] by Dave Pelzer[?] - Edward Abbey[?] - American Spectator[?] - Maya Angelou[?] - Asahi Shimbun[?] - Benjamin Paul Blood[?] - Kyril Bonfiglioli[?] - Vasil Bykau[?] - Les Champs Magnetiques[?] - Colliers[?] - Stig Dagerman[?] - Echo poem[?] - The Electric Kool Aid Acid Test[?] - English writing style[?] - Carlos Fuentes[?] - Paul Garon[?] - Linda Gregerson[?] - Tony Hillerman[?] - Indian Express[?] (a leading Indian newspaper) - James Howard Kunstler[?] - The Last of the Mohicans[?] - The Least You Should Know About English[?] (by Teresa Fester Glazier[?]) (numerous editions and formats) - Japan Times[?] - Liberation by Oppression: A Comparative Study of Slavery and Psychiatry[?] by Dr. Thomas Szasz - Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award[?] - Leo Malet[?] (French detective story writer of Nestor Burma[?] fame) - Joyce Mansour[?] (poet) - Water Margin[?] (Chinese play) - Adam Michnik[?] - Milan Papyrus[?] (see e.g. NY Times article (http://www.nytimes.com/2002/11/26/science/social/26MUMM)) - Medieval literature[?] - Nadja[?] (by Andre Breton) - Race Traitor[?]: journal of the new abolitionism - Ruth Rendell[?] - Ron Sakolsky[?] - San Francisco Chronicle[?] - Slavery for their Own Good[?] by Andrew Acosta - Stephen Spender[?] - subplot[?] - At the Threshold of Liquid Geology[?] by Eric W. Bragg[?] - Banana Yoshitomo[?] (Japanese writer) - Zen and the brain[?] - Three Musketeers[?] and associated Musketeer pages
  • It strikes me that we should have articles on other Encyclopedias.

Mathematics

Bézier surface[?] - Cramér's conjecture[?] - CW complex[?] - Dudeney, Henry E.[?] - Fresnel integral[?] - Function operation[?] (a Computer Science term) - Homotopy group[?] - Hyper-elliptic curve[?] - Jordan curve theorem[?] - Jordan-Hölder theorem[?] - Joseph Larmor[?] - M. James Lighthill[?] - P-adic analysis[?] - Vector bundle[?] - Caratheodory's theorem[?] - one-form[?] -

Medicine/Surgery/Biology

AIDS in Africa[?] - Alien Hand Syndrome[?] - arthritis, migratory[?] - arthritis, overview[?] - arthritis, rhuematoid[?]- Atypical pneumonia[?] - Benzone[?] - Bezoar[?] - Cauterization[?] - Dyspnoea[?] - Encephalitis lethargica[?] - Family practitioner[?] - Fibromyaslgia[?] - Heart-lung transplant[?] - Hematidrosis[?] (bloody sweat) - Immunization[?] - Ignipuncture[?] (Moxa) - Lethargy[?] - Liver cancer[?] - Lumbago[?] (redirect to ?) - Alexander Luria[?] (Russian neurologist) The mind of a Mnemonist - Medicine basic topics[?] - Medieval medicine[?] - Nephritis[?] - migratory arthritis[?] - Orthodontics[?] - Rayid[?] - Renal failure[?] - Respiratory distress syndrome[?] - Retainer (orthodontic device)[?] - Scalpel[?] - Teratoma[?] - Trench mouth[?] - Weaning[?] - Wet-nurse[?] motor memory[?]

Military / War / Peace

Air National Guard[?] - Artist regiment[?] - Biopreparat[?] (Soviet biological weapons program) - Blue Legion[?] - Helge Boes[?] (CIA officer died in Afghanistan) - Bomber Command[?] - British School of Military Engineering[?] - Vincent Brooks[?] (U.S. Brigadier General) - Bundeswehr[?] - Nicholas Butler[?] (peace prize winner) - Cenepa War[?] - Capoera[?] - Commissioning pennant[?] - DEFCON[?] - Dereliction of duty[?] - Domino theory[?] - EMERGCON[?] - Fog of War[?] - FPCON[?] - Herero Wars[?] - International Save the Children Alliance[?] - Illinois Air National Guard[?] - Jesuit Refugee Service[?] - LERTCON[?] - London Cannon[?] (WW2) - Military police[?] - National ensign[?] - Operation Desert Lion[?] - Operation Eagle Fury[?] - Operation Phase Echo[?] - Operation Viper[?] - Peacekeeping[?] - Ernie Pike[?] - Steam brig[?] - Peter Struck[?] (Germany defense minster) - Soldier of Fortune (magazine)[?] - Swedish navy[?] - Swiss Mercenaries[?] - Tombs of the Unknown Warrior[?] - Thomas Truxtun[?] (captain) -

Gideon Welles[?] (a secretary of navy) - World Vision International[?]

Movies / Television

L'Age D'Or[?] - Lloyd Bridges[?] - "Degrassi Junior High[?]" - Arsenio Hall[?] - George Hamilton[?] - Rita Hayworth[?] - Harry Morgan[?] - National Lampoon's Last Resort[?] - Jack Parr[?] - Joe Pesci[?] - Melissa Rivers[?] - Tim Robbins[?] - Cesar Romero[?] - Screen test[?] - Tom Selleck[?] - Spike of Bensonhurst[?]

Music and musicians

A Nation Once Again[?] (Irish folk song) - Acid jazz[?] - Air Supply[?] - Cannonball Adderley[?] - Band Aid[?] - Answer song[?] - Eric Burdon[?] - Perry Como[?] - DJ Spinderella[?] - E-Street Band[?] - En Vogue[?] - Cass Elliott[?] (mama cass) - Joan Jett[?] - Lil Bow Bow[?] - Barry McGuire[?] - Thongchai McIntyre[?] - David G. Monette[?] (brass instrument designer; see [3] (http://www.monette.net/); designed trumpet for Wynton Marsalis) - Buck Owens[?] - Johnny Rivers[?] - Kenny Rogers[?] Servotron[?] - Michelle Shocked[?] - Jill Sobule[?] - Bobby Short[?] - Stockholm Opera House[?] - Ten Years After[?] - Ernest Tubb[?] - The Wolfe Tones[?] - Unthan, Carl Herman[?], violinist without hands (1848-?) - Townes Van Zandt[?] -

Mythology / Folklore

Akashic Records[?] - Alcheringa[?] - Water horse[?] -

Paranormal, magic and extraterrestrial

Alien Big Cats[?] (British feline sightings) - Ancient Astronauts[?] - Gerald Groiset[?] (Dutch psychic) - Erick Jan Hanussen[?] (ie. Herman Steinschneider, Pre-WW2 psychic) - Doug Henning[?] - Magnetic healing[?] - Sleight of hand[?]

People, professions, organizations and groups

Apprentice[?] - Arborist[?] - Martin Van Buren Bates[?] (8 feet tall; 500+ pounds) - Philippe Buonarroti[?] - Daniel Chick[?] (81 year old man from Ohio detained in Israel on his way to find Osama bin Laden) - Mark David Chapman[?] (lennon assassin) - Ahn Choong-Kun[?] (assassin) - Customs officer[?] - Guy Ducournet[?] - Izzy Einstein[?] (Prohibition agent) - Sir John Franklin[?] (British explorer) - Girl Scouts of America[?] - William W. Henderson[?] - Eugen Herrigel[?] (German Zen writer) - Bernard Heuvelmans[?] (cryptozoologist) - Impersonator[?] - Inner Macedonian Revolutionary Organization[?] - Bob Kiley[?] (Commissioner of Transport for London) - Ilse Koch[?] (Bitch of Buchenwald) - Pierre Charles L'Enfant[?] - Lafontaine[?] - Ettore Majorano[?] (vanished Italian mathematician) - Terry Macmillian[?] - 20th century US author Memoir collaborator[?] - Mercy Corps[?] - Merry Pranksters[?] - Wilbur Daigh Mills[?] (US congressman) - Jean Monnet[?] - Hannah More[?] - Kaj Munck[?] - Humberto Nilo[?] - Mimi Parent[?] - Mark Platino[?] - Ernest F. Pletschke[?] - Harry Prosch[?] (philosopher) - Relief International[?] - Klaus Rainer Ro:hl[?] - Penelope Rosemont[?] - Henry Salt[?] (social reformer and writer) - Ransom Sheldon[?] - W. Eugene Smith[?] - Cyril Stanley Smith[?] - Nik Swider[?] - Gaston Edmont Thorn[?] - Hugh Troy[?] (US prankster) - Wilhelm Wassmuss[?] (German WW1 soldier in Syria) - watchmaker[?] - Zazie[?] (Evi Moechel) - Todor Zhivkov[?] - Moral Rearmament[?] - Oxford Movement[?] -

Philosophy

Apologism[?] - Critical thinking[?] - J.L. Austin[?] Julius Evola[?] - Rene Guenon[?] - Religious philosophy[?] - An Essay Toward a Real Character and a Philosophical Language[?] by John Wilkins

Physics

Remanence[?] (the magnetic flux left behind after an electromagnetic field has been turned off) - Fritjov Capra[?]

Political science / Law (also see above Crime, Government etc.)

Arab Socialism[?] - The Case of Sacco and Vanzetti[?] - Christian democracy[?] - Civil justice[?] - Daniel Cohn-Bendit[?] (anarchist student leader in May 1968 riots in France; now German Green MEP) - Constitutional right of access to DNA testing[?] - Ed Fagan[?] - Foreign Claims Act[?] - Forensic DNA[?] - International trade law[?] - Law of the Russian Federation[?] - Law of the Soviet Union[?] - Li Lu[?] (Tian'anmen Square protest leader) - Racketeering[?] - STR multiplex systems[?] - White-collar crime[?]

Psychology

Animal psychology[?] - Castration anxiety[?] - Childhood development[?] - Gestalt effect[?] - Lateral thinking[?] - Helmut Schmidt (parapsychologist)[?] (apparently different from Helmut Schmidt) - Phallic symbol[?] - Projective techniques[?] - Rorschach ink blot test[?] -

Theory of information metabolism[?]

Race and ethnicity

Beaker people[?] - Culture of Denmark[?] - Faroese[?] - Hopewell culture[?] - Jivaro[?] - Ohlone[?] - Race baiting[?]

Religion, Cults and self-help

Acolyte[?] - Alektca[?] - Anointed[?] or Anointment[?] - Cassock[?] - Catechism[?] (non-Catholic ones) - Censer[?] - Christian Theological Seminary[?] - Christic Institute[?] - Church of Jesus Christ Elvis[?] - Countenance Divine[?] - Dark side[?] - Dhammapada[?] - Exegesis[?] - Exegete[?] - Victor Gyory[?] (Scientology) - Indulgences[?] - Jizo[?] - Kumari[?] (Nepali girl goddess) - Lawsonian religion[?] and/or Lawsonomy[?] - Padre Pio[?] - Religious left[?] or Christian left[?] - Religious symbolism[?] - St. Bonaventure[?]

Science

Experimental Archeology[?] - George Pake[?] - Pake Doublet[?] - Science policy[?] and/or Science regulation[?] - Underground coal gasification[?] - Weather control[?] - The experimental method in the Islamic World[?]

Sports, competition and recreation

1964 Winter Olympic Games[?] - Joe Louis Arena[?]- Armlock[?]- Astrodome[?] - Batting helmet[?] - Baseball bat[?] - Harry Caray[?] - Tony Dorsett[?] - French Football League Teams[?] - Dwight Gooden[?] - Rogers Hornsby[?] - Roger Kahn[?] - Billy Jean King[?] - Tommy Lasorda[?] - Stan Musial[?] - Joe Namath[?] - Pacific Bell Park[?] - Portage Lake Pioneers[?] - Sir Alf Ramsey[?] - Branch Rickey[?] - Bill Russell[?] - Duke Snider[?] - Soap Box Derby[?] - Sportswriter[?] - George Steinbrenner[?] - David Stern[?] (NBA Commissioner) - Turf[?] - Honus Wagner[?]

Substance abuse and recreational substances

Premier cigarette[?]

Technology, inventions, inventors, tools

Anvil[?] - Carbon paper[?] - Fire extinguisher[?] - Harpoon[?] - Juicer[?] - David Ricci[?] - scalpel[?] - C, C



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