classes ::: chapter, Aleister Crowley, Occultism, Liber ABA,
children :::
branches :::
see also :::

bookmarks: Instances - Definitions - Quotes - Chapters - Wordnet - Webgen


object:3.03 - The Formula of Tetragrammaton
class:chapter
author class:Aleister Crowley
subject class:Occultism
book class:Liber ABA

CHAPTER III

[22]

The Formula of Tetragrammaton1
This formula is of most universal aspect, as all things are
necessarily comprehended in it; but its use in a magical ceremony is
little understood.
The climax of the formula is in one sense before even the formulation of the Yod. For the Yod is the most divine aspect of the Force
the remaining letters are but a solidification of the same thing. It
must be understood that we are here speaking of the whole ceremony considered as a unity, not merely of that formula in which
Yod is the God invoked, H the Archangel, and so on. In order to
understand the ceremony under this formula, we must take a more
extended view of the functions of the four weapons than we have
hitherto done.
The formation of the Yod is the formulation of the first creative
force, of that father who is called self-begotten, and unto whom it
is said: Thou hast formulated thy Father, and made fertile thy
Mother. The adding of the H to the Yod is the marriage of that
Father to the great co-equal Mother, who is a reflection of Nuit as
He is of Hadit. Their union brings forth the son Vau who is the heir.
Finally the daughter H is produced. She is both the twin sister and
the daughter of Vau.2
His mission is to redeem her by making her his bride; the result
of this is to set her upon the throne of her mother, and it is only she
[23] whose youthful embrace can reawaken the eld of the All-Father. In
this complex family relationship3 is symbolized the whole course of
the Universe. It will be seen that (after all) the Climax is at the end.
It is the second half of the formula which symbolises the Great


1. #why : Yod, H, Vau, H, the Ineffable Name (Jehovah) of the Hebrews. The
four letters refer respectively to the four elements, Fire, Water, Air, Earth, in the
order named.
2. There is a further mystery herein, far deeper, for initiates.
3. The formula of Tetragrammaton, as ordinarily understood, ending with the
appearance of the daughter, is indeed a degradation.

20


III: THE FORMUL OF TETRAGRAMMATON

Work which we are pledged to accomplish. The first step of this is
the attainment of the Knowledge and Conversation of the Holy
Guardian Angel, which constitutes the Adept of the Inner Order.
The re-entry of these twin spouses into the womb of the mother
is that initiation described in Liber 418, which gives admission to the
Inmost Order of the AA. Of the last step we cannot speak.
It will now be recognised that to devise a practical magical ceremony to correspond to Tetragrammaton in this exalted sense might
be difficult if not impossible. In such a ceremony the Rituals of
purification alone might occupy many incarnations.
It will be necessary, therefore, to revert to the simpler view of
Tetragrammaton, remembering only that the H final is the Throne
of the Spirit, the Shin of Pentagrammaton.1
The Yod will represent a swift and violent creative energy;
following this will be a calmer and more reflective but even more
powerful flow of will, the irresistible force of a mighty river. This
state of mind will be followed by an expansion of the consciousness; it will penetrate all space, and this will finally
undergo a crystallization resplendent with interior light. Such
modifications of the original Will may be observed in the course of
the invocations when they are properly performed.
The peculiar dangers of each are obvious that of the first is a
flash in the pana misfire; that of the second, a falling into dreaminess or reverie; that of the third, loss of concentration. A mistake in
any of these points will prevent, or injure the proper formation of,
the fourth.
In the expression which will be used in Chapter XV: Enflame
thyself, etc., only the first stage is specified; but if that is properly
done the other stages will follow as if by necessity. So far is it
written concerning the formula of Tetragrammaton.



1. [Pentagrammaton is a Qabalistic mis-spelling of Joshua or Jesus, #wchy, Tetragrammaton with a Shin inserted in the middle. See Appendix V, col. LIV.]

21



questions, comments, suggestions/feedback, take-down requests, contribute, etc
contact me @ integralyogin@gmail.com or
join the integral discord server (chatrooms)
if the page you visited was empty, it may be noted and I will try to fill it out. cheers


OBJECT INSTANCES [0] - TOPICS - AUTHORS - BOOKS - CHAPTERS - CLASSES - SEE ALSO - SIMILAR TITLES

TOPICS
SEE ALSO


AUTH

BOOKS
Liber_ABA

IN CHAPTERS TITLE
3.03_-_The_Formula_of_Tetragrammaton

IN CHAPTERS CLASSNAME

IN CHAPTERS TEXT
3.03_-_The_Formula_of_Tetragrammaton

PRIMARY CLASS

chapter
SIMILAR TITLES

DEFINITIONS



QUOTES [0 / 0 - 0 / 0]


KEYS (10k)


NEW FULL DB (2.4M)


*** NEWFULLDB 2.4M ***


IN CHAPTERS [0/0]









WORDNET


































IN WEBGEN [10000/436893]

Wikipedia - 0.999... -- Alternative decimal expansion of the number 1
Wikipedia - 0 Series Shinkansen -- Japanese high-speed train type
Wikipedia - 100,000 Genomes Project -- A UK Government project that is sequencing whole genomes from National Health Service patients
Wikipedia - 100,000-year problem -- Discrepancy between past temperatures and the amount of incoming solar radiation
Wikipedia - 10,000 yen note -- Highest circulating denomination of Japanese yen
Wikipedia - 10001 Palermo
Wikipedia - 1007 Pawlowia
Wikipedia - 100 dias para enamorarnos -- American comedy drama television series
Wikipedia - 100 dias para enamorarse (Chilean TV series) -- Chilean telenovela
Wikipedia - 100 Great Paintings -- British television series
Wikipedia - 100% No Modern Talking -- 2011 EP by Knife Party
Wikipedia - 100% Pascal-sensei -- Japanese gag comedy manga series
Wikipedia - 100 Series Shinkansen -- Japanese high-speed train type
Wikipedia - 100 yen coin -- Denomination of Japanese yen
Wikipedia - 100 yen note -- Japanese yen note
Wikipedia - 101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure -- 2003 American animated direct-to-video musical adventure comedy drama film
Wikipedia - 101 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 10:23 Campaign -- Campaign
Wikipedia - 103 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 105 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 1061 papal election
Wikipedia - 107 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 10 cm/50 Type 88 naval gun -- Dual purpose gun used by the Japanese Navy (1932-1945)
Wikipedia - 10 cm/65 Type 98 naval gun -- World War II naval gun of the Imperial Japanese Navy
Wikipedia - 10 sen note -- Japanese currency denomination (1872-1948)
Wikipedia - 10th Anniversary Tour Lead Upturn 2012: Now or Never -- 2012 album by Japanese hip-hop group Lead
Wikipedia - 10th Japan Film Professional Awards -- 10th edition of the Japan Film Professional Awards
Wikipedia - 10th Panchen Lama
Wikipedia - 10th Parachute Division (Germany) -- German WWII airborne division
Wikipedia - 10 yen coin -- Denomination of Japanese yen
Wikipedia - 110 Grant Apartments -- Skyscraper in Minneapolis
Wikipedia - 1119 papal election
Wikipedia - 111th Infantry Brigade (Pakistan) -- Infantry brigade of the Pakistan Army
Wikipedia - 113 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 1159 papal election
Wikipedia - 115 series -- Japanese electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - 117 series -- Japanese suburban electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - 119P/Parker-Hartley -- Periodic comet with 8 year orbit
Wikipedia - 119 series -- Japanese DC electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - 119th Assault Helicopter Company -- 17th Combat Aviation Group
Wikipedia - 11 Bit Studios -- Polish video game company
Wikipedia - 11e regiment parachutiste de choc -- Elite French regiment
Wikipedia - 11eyes: Tsumi to Batsu to Aganai no ShM-EM-^Mjo -- Japanese visual novel, manga series and anime series
Wikipedia - 11QpaleoLev
Wikipedia - 11th Flight Training Wing (JASDF) -- Japanese Air Force wing
Wikipedia - 11th Goya Awards -- Spanish film award
Wikipedia - 11th Japan Film Professional Awards -- 11th edition of the Japan Film Professional Awards
Wikipedia - 11th Panchen Lama controversy -- Controversy over the Panchen Lama succession
Wikipedia - 11th Parliament of Ontario -- Legislature of Ontario from 1905 to 1908
Wikipedia - 11th Politburo and the 11th Secretariat of the Russian Communist Party (Bolsheviks) -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - 121 series -- Japanese electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - 123 Reg -- British domain registrar and web hosting company
Wikipedia - 123 series -- Japanese single-car electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - 125P/Spacewatch -- Periodic comet with 5 year orbit
Wikipedia - 125 series -- Japanese single-car DC electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - 1294 papal conclave
Wikipedia - 12 cm 11th Year Type naval gun -- World War II Japanese naval gun and coast defense gun
Wikipedia - 12 de Octubre (Panama Metro) -- Panama metro station
Wikipedia - 1/2 Gentlemen/Not Beasts -- 1980 album by Half Japanese
Wikipedia - 12 Paces Without a Head -- 2009 film
Wikipedia - 1+2=Paradise -- Manga series
Wikipedia - 12th Goya Awards -- Spanish film award
Wikipedia - 12th Japan Film Professional Awards -- 12th edition of the Japan Film Professional Awards
Wikipedia - 12th parallel south -- Circle of latitude
Wikipedia - 12th SS Panzer Division Hitlerjugend -- German WWII armored division
Wikipedia - 12 Treasures of Spain -- 2007 competition that selected the "Twelve Treasures of the Kingdom of Spain"
Wikipedia - 130 departments of the First French Empire -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - 1313 Dead End Drive -- Board game by Parker Brothers
Wikipedia - 137th Signal Company -- Signal Company
Wikipedia - 1,3-Diaminopropane
Wikipedia - 1,3-Propanedithiol -- Chemical compound
Wikipedia - 13th Asia Pacific Screen Awards -- edition of award ceremony
Wikipedia - 13th Japan Film Professional Awards -- 13th edition of the Japan Film Professional Awards
Wikipedia - 1492: Conquest of Paradise -- 1992 film directed by Ridley Scott
Wikipedia - 1498 Nankai earthquake -- Event near Japan
Wikipedia - 14 Going on 30 -- 1988 television film by Paul Schneider
Wikipedia - 14 Reels Plus -- Indian film production and distribution company
Wikipedia - 14-sai no Haha -- 2006 Japanese television series
Wikipedia - 14th arrondissement of Paris
Wikipedia - 14th Division (Yugoslav Partisans)
Wikipedia - 14th Japan Film Professional Awards -- 14th edition of the Japan Film Professional Awards
Wikipedia - 14th Seiyu Awards -- Award ceremony presented by the Seiyu Awards Executive Committee for achievement in voice acting in Japan in 2020
Wikipedia - 14th Street station (PATH)
Wikipedia - 1522 Almeria earthquake -- Earthquake in Almeria, Spain
Wikipedia - 152nd Regiment (XPCC) -- Chinese economic and paramilitary unit in Xinjiang
Wikipedia - 153 series -- Japanese electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - 155 series -- Japanese electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - 157 series -- Japanese DC electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - 1585 Ottoman expedition against the Druze -- Ottoman military campaign against the Druze of the Mount Lebanon region (1585)
Wikipedia - 1593 transported soldier legend -- Miraculous story of teleportation from Spanish Philippines
Wikipedia - 159 series -- Japanese electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - 15 August (2001 film) -- 2001 film by Patrick Alessandrin
Wikipedia - 15 bean soup -- Packaged dry bean soup product from the N.K. Hurst Co.
Wikipedia - 15 Central Park West
Wikipedia - 15-Minute Hamlet -- 1976 comedic abridgement of Hamlet by Tom Stoppard.
Wikipedia - 15 South Second Street, Newport, PA -- Historic home located in Newport, Pennsylvania
Wikipedia - 15th arrondissement of Paris
Wikipedia - 15th Japan Film Professional Awards -- 15th edition of the Japan Film Professional Awards
Wikipedia - 15th Separate Motor Rifle Brigade -- Peacekeeping unit of the Russian army
Wikipedia - 1605 Guangdong earthquake -- Significant earthquake impacting on the Guangdong province in China on 13 July 1605
Wikipedia - 1644 papal conclave -- Religious conclave
Wikipedia - 165 series -- Japanese express electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - 1678 Kediri campaign -- Military campaign in which Mataram and VOC forces took Kediri from Trunajaya
Wikipedia - 167 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 1689 papal conclave -- Following the death of Pope Innocent XI
Wikipedia - 1691 papal conclave -- Following the death of Pope Alexander VIII
Wikipedia - 169 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 16 Martyrs of Japan
Wikipedia - 16th arrondissement of Paris
Wikipedia - 16th Gyalwa Karmapa
Wikipedia - 16th Japan Film Professional Awards -- 16th edition of the Japan Film Professional Awards
Wikipedia - 16th Karmapa
Wikipedia - 16th September (painting) -- Painting by Rene Magritte
Wikipedia - 1700 Cascadia earthquake -- Magnitude 9 megathrust earthquake (January 26, 1700) affecting the North American Pacific North West coast
Wikipedia - 1715 Treasure Fleet -- Spanish treasure fleet
Wikipedia - 171P/Spahr -- Periodic comet with 6 year orbit
Wikipedia - 1769 papal conclave -- Papal conclave
Wikipedia - 1776 Commission -- Patriotic education commission created by Donald Trump
Wikipedia - 1776 Unites -- American bipartisan political initiative
Wikipedia - 17 equal temperament -- Musical tuning system with 17 pitches equally-spaced on a logarithmic scale
Wikipedia - 17 July Revolution -- Coup in Iraq (17 July 1968) by the Arab Socialist Ba'ath Party which ousted President Abdul Rahman Arif
Wikipedia - 17M-NM-2-Hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase III deficiency -- Rare autosomal recessive disorder causing impaired masculinisation
Wikipedia - 17th arrondissement of Paris
Wikipedia - 17th Japan Film Professional Awards -- 17th edition of the Japan Film Professional Awards
Wikipedia - 17th Karmapa
Wikipedia - 17th Lok Sabha -- Lower house of the Parliament of India (2019-)
Wikipedia - 17th Parallel, Nights and Days -- 1973 film
Wikipedia - 17th Parallel: Vietnam in War -- 1968 film
Wikipedia - 17th Politburo of the Chinese Communist Party
Wikipedia - 1-800-GET-THIN -- American marketing company
Wikipedia - 1808 mystery eruption -- Volcanic eruption in southwest Pacific
Wikipedia - 1810 Crete earthquake -- Magnitude 7 earthquake (16 February 1810) impacting on Crete and eastern Mediterranean countries
Wikipedia - 1811-1812 New Madrid earthquakes -- Series of earthquakes during 1811-1812 impacting on Missouri USA
Wikipedia - 1812 Caracas earthquake -- Magnitude 7 Earthquake (March 26, 1812) impacting on Venezuela
Wikipedia - 1812 San Juan Capistrano earthquake -- Magnitude 7 earthquake (December 8, 1812) affecting Alta California, then a Spanish colonial territory
Wikipedia - 181 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 1831 Bristol riots -- Part of the 1831 reform riots in England
Wikipedia - 1831 in paleontology -- 19th century paleontology
Wikipedia - 183 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 1840 Constitution of the Hawaiian Kingdom -- Hawaiian-language basic law of the kingdom of Hawaii in the Pacific.
Wikipedia - 1842 in paleontology -- 19th century paleontology
Wikipedia - 1843 in paleontology -- 19th century paleontology
Wikipedia - 1846-1860 cholera pandemic -- The third major outbreak of cholera, 1846-1860 worldwide pandemic
Wikipedia - 1848 Tampa Bay hurricane -- Category 4 Atlantic hurricane in 1848
Wikipedia - 1854 Broad Street cholera outbreak -- Severe outbreak of cholera that occurred in 1854 during the 1846-1860 cholera worldwide pandemic
Wikipedia - 185 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 185th Paratroopers Reconnaissance Target Acquisition Regiment "Folgore" -- Italian special operations forces unit
Wikipedia - 1872 Prohibition National Convention -- Convention of the U.S. Prohibition Party
Wikipedia - 1874 Hong Kong typhoon -- Pacific typhoon in 1874
Wikipedia - 1877 U.S. Patent Office fire -- 1877 fire in Washington, D.C.
Wikipedia - 1878 papal conclave -- Conclave
Wikipedia - 1880s Pacific typhoon seasons -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - 1890s Pacific typhoon seasons -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - 1899 Puerto Rico Census -- First census held in Porto Rico under U.S. control for the U.S. War Department
Wikipedia - 18if -- Japanese anime television series
Wikipedia - 18. Oktober 1977 -- series of paintings by Gerhard Richter
Wikipedia - 18th arrondissement of Paris
Wikipedia - 18th Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - 18th Goya Awards -- Spanish film award ceremony
Wikipedia - 18th Infantry Regiment (Imperial Japanese Army)
Wikipedia - 18th Japan Film Professional Awards -- 18th edition of the Japan Film Professional Awards
Wikipedia - 18th Lux Style Awards -- Entertainment industry awards in Pakistan
Wikipedia - 18th Separate Company Armory
Wikipedia - 1903 East Paris train wreck -- head-on collision on the Pere Marquette Railway, December 26, 1903
Wikipedia - 1903 papal conclave
Wikipedia - 1905 French law on the Separation of the Churches and the State -- Legal basis of state secularism in France
Wikipedia - 1905 French law on the separation of the State and the Church
Wikipedia - 1905 Partition of Bengal
Wikipedia - 1906 Pagoda riots -- Violent clashes in Mauritius between 1900-1906
Wikipedia - 1907 Kingston earthquake -- Earthquake epicentre Saint Mary Parish, Jamaica on January 14, 1907 (UTC)
Wikipedia - 1909 Crystal Palace Scout Rally -- Historic Scout gathering in London
Wikipedia - 1910 London to Manchester air race -- Race between Claude Grahame-White and Louis Paulhan
Wikipedia - 1914-15 Star -- Campaign medal of the British Empire
Wikipedia - 1918 flu pandemic
Wikipedia - 1919 Standard Oil Company fire -- 1919 fire in New York City
Wikipedia - 1920: Evil Returns -- 2012 film by Bhushan Patel
Wikipedia - 1920s Investigators' Companion -- Horror tabletop role-playing game supplement
Wikipedia - 1921 Tampa Bay hurricane -- Category 4 Atlantic hurricane in 1921
Wikipedia - 1923 Municipal Manager Law -- New Jersey law
Wikipedia - 1925 Pacific hurricane season -- Hurricane season in the Pacific Ocean
Wikipedia - 1926 Pacific hurricane season -- Hurricane season in the Pacific Ocean
Wikipedia - 1927 Pacific typhoon season -- Pacific typhoon season
Wikipedia - 1928 Pacific hurricane season -- Hurricane season in the Pacific Ocean
Wikipedia - 1929-1930 psittacosis pandemic -- Pandemic
Wikipedia - 1929 Hebron massacre -- Massacre of Jewish residents of Hebron by Arab residents in 1929 Arab riots in Mandatory Palestine
Wikipedia - 1929 Pacific hurricane season -- Hurricane season in the Pacific Ocean
Wikipedia - 1931 Pacific typhoon season -- Pacific typhoon season
Wikipedia - 1932 Pacific hurricane season -- Hurricane season in the Pacific Ocean
Wikipedia - 1933 anti-Nazi boycott -- Boycott of German products by foreign critics of the Nazi Party
Wikipedia - 1933 Pacific hurricane season -- Hurricane season in the Pacific Ocean
Wikipedia - 1934 Nepal-Bihar earthquake
Wikipedia - 1934 Pacific hurricane season -- Hurricane season in the Pacific Ocean
Wikipedia - 1935 Quetta earthquake -- Magnitude 7.7 earthquake in Quetta (now Pakistan)
Wikipedia - 1936-1939 Arab revolt in Palestine -- Nationalist uprising by Palestinian Arabs in Mandatory Palestine
Wikipedia - 1936 Pacific hurricane season -- Hurricane season in the Pacific Ocean
Wikipedia - 1937 Social Credit backbenchers' revolt -- Parliamentary revolt in Alberta, Canada
Wikipedia - 1938 Changsha fire -- Fire during the Sino-Japanese War
Wikipedia - 1938 Pacific hurricane season -- Hurricane season in the Pacific Ocean
Wikipedia - 1939-1945 Star -- United Kingdom military campaign medal for service in the Second World War
Wikipedia - 1939 Japanese expedition to Tibet
Wikipedia - 1939 New York World's Fair -- Fair held at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park in Queens, New York
Wikipedia - 1939 Pacific hurricane season -- Hurricane season in the Pacific Ocean
Wikipedia - 1940 Pacific hurricane season -- Hurricane season in the Pacific Ocean
Wikipedia - 1940 Panamanian constitutional referendum -- Panama constitutional referendum
Wikipedia - 1941 Cabo San Lucas hurricane -- Pacific hurricane in 1941
Wikipedia - 1941 Pacific hurricane season -- Hurricane season in the Pacific Ocean
Wikipedia - 1941 Pacific typhoon season -- Pacific typhoon season
Wikipedia - 1941 Paris synagogue attacks -- Synagogue attack
Wikipedia - 1942 experimental cents -- United States pattern coins
Wikipedia - 1942 Pacific typhoon season -- Pacific typhoon season
Wikipedia - 1943 Adapazari-Hendek earthquake -- Earthquake in Turkey
Wikipedia - 1943 Pacific typhoon season -- Typhoon season in the Pacific Ocean
Wikipedia - 1943 Rolls-Royce strike -- Strike action over women's pay
Wikipedia - 1944 Pacific typhoon season -- Typhoon season in the Pacific Ocean
Wikipedia - 1945 Norwegian parliamentary election
Wikipedia - 1949 Norwegian parliamentary election
Wikipedia - 1949 Queen Charlotte Islands earthquake -- Magnitude 8.1 Earthquake affecting Queen Charlotte Islands and Canadian Pacific Northwest (1949)
Wikipedia - 1950 Pacific hurricane season -- Hurricane season in the Pacific Ocean
Wikipedia - 1951 British Mount Everest reconnaissance expedition -- First major reconnaissance from Nepal
Wikipedia - 1951 in spaceflight -- List of spaceflights in 1951
Wikipedia - 1952 Puerto Rican constitutional referendum -- Referendum that passed a new Puerto Rico constitution
Wikipedia - 1954 Geneva Conference -- Conference among several nations that took place in Geneva from April 26->July 20, 1954; dealt with aftermath of Korean War and the First Indochina War, resulting in the partition of Vietnam-This conference 1954 divided Vietnam land into 2 countries
Wikipedia - 1957 Pacoima mid-air collision -- Mid-air collision over Pacoima, California, United States
Wikipedia - 1958 Pakistani coup d'etat -- Events surrounding the deposing of Pakistani President Iskander Mirza by Ayub Khan, Pakistani Army Commander-in-Chief
Wikipedia - 1958 papal conclave
Wikipedia - 1959 Pacific hurricane season -- Hurricane season in the Pacific Ocean
Wikipedia - 1960s South Pacific cyclone seasons -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - 1961-1975 cholera pandemic -- Seventh major cholera pandemic
Wikipedia - 1962 South Vietnamese Independence Palace bombing -- Aerial attack in Saigon
Wikipedia - 1963 Camden PA-24 crash -- Aviation crash in 1963
Wikipedia - 1963 papal conclave
Wikipedia - 1966 Spanish organic law referendum -- Referendum in Francoist Spain
Wikipedia - 1967 Australian referendum (Aboriginals) -- Question 2 of 1967 Australian referendum, about counting Indigenous people in the census and allowing the government to legislate separately for them
Wikipedia - 1967 Palestinian exodus -- Flight of around 280,000 to 325,000 Palestinians out of the territories captured by Israel during and in the aftermath of the Six-Day War
Wikipedia - 1970 Bhola cyclone -- Tropical cyclone that struck East Pakistan in 1970
Wikipedia - 1970 Spantax CV-990 crash -- Aviation accident in Stockholm, Sweden
Wikipedia - 1971 Balmoral Furniture Company bombing -- 1971 terrorist attack in Belfast, Northern Ireland
Wikipedia - 1971 Bangladesh genocide -- 1971 deportation, ethnic cleansing, mass murder and genocidal rape of Bengali people in East Pakistan
Wikipedia - 1972 Qatari coup d'etat -- Palace overthrow of Ahmad bin Ali Al Thani
Wikipedia - 1973 Nepal plane hijack -- Plane hijacking in Nepal
Wikipedia - 1973 Paris Air Show Tu-144 crash -- Aviation accident
Wikipedia - 1974 AD -- Nepalese Rock band
Wikipedia - 1974 Houses of Parliament bombing -- 1974 bombing of the British Houses of Parliament
Wikipedia - 1975 Piccadilly bombing -- Bomb attack near Green Park Underground station, London
Wikipedia - 1975 South Pacific Games -- Fifth edition of the South Pacific Games, held in Guam
Wikipedia - 1975 Spring Offensive -- The final North Vietnamese campaign in the Vietnam War that led to the capitulation of South Vietnam
Wikipedia - 1976 Rothmans Sun-7 Series -- A motor racing competition for Touring Cars of under 3 litre capacity
Wikipedia - 1978 Palace of Versailles bombing -- Terrorist bombing in which one person was injured
Wikipedia - 1979 Pan American Games -- Eighth edition of the Pan American Games
Wikipedia - 1980 in Pakistan -- Events happened in 1980 in Pakistan
Wikipedia - 1980 Panorama Fire -- Wildfire in San Bernardino county, California, U.S.
Wikipedia - 1980 Plesetsk launch pad disaster -- Vostok-2M rocket explosion during refueling
Wikipedia - 1980s in Japan -- Economic boom period in Japanese history
Wikipedia - 1980 St Pauls riot -- Occurred in St Pauls, Bristol, England on 2 April 1980
Wikipedia - 1981-82 South Pacific cyclone season -- South Pacific tropical cyclone season
Wikipedia - 1981 Spanish coup d'etat attempt -- February 1981 coup d'etat attempt in Spain
Wikipedia - 1982 in spaceflight -- Events of the year 1982 in spaceflight
Wikipedia - 1983 Lucanamarca massacre -- Massacre perpetrated by the Shining Path in 1983
Wikipedia - 1983 Pan American Games -- Ninth edition of the Pan American Games
Wikipedia - 1984 Pacific typhoon season -- Typhoon season in the Pacific Ocean
Wikipedia - 1986 enlargement of the European Communities -- Accession of Spain and Portugal to the European Communities
Wikipedia - 1986 in Japanese television -- Television-related events in Japan in 1986
Wikipedia - 1988-94 British broadcasting voice restrictions -- |Partial ban on radio and TV broadcast in the UK of voices of certain Republican and Loyalist figures
Wikipedia - 1988 Gilgit massacre -- Major instance of Shia-Sunni sectarian violence in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan
Wikipedia - 1988 in spaceflight -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - 1990 Moscow Victory Day Parade -- Parade
Wikipedia - 1990 Nepalese revolution -- Restoration of democracy in Nepal
Wikipedia - 1991 Pacific hurricane season -- Period of formation of tropical cyclones in the Eastern Pacific Ocean in 1991
Wikipedia - 1991 Pacific typhoon season -- Typhoon season in the Pacific Ocean
Wikipedia - 1991 Queensland four year terms referendum -- Maximum term of the Parliament of Queensland from three years to four years
Wikipedia - 1992 India-Pakistan floods -- 1992 India-Pakistan floods
Wikipedia - 1992 Republican National Convention -- Political convention of the Republican Party
Wikipedia - 1992 South African apartheid referendum
Wikipedia - 1992 South Africa vs New Zealand rugby union match -- South Africa's first rugby test match since being banned due to apartheid
Wikipedia - 1992 Winnipeg municipal election
Wikipedia - 1993 Chretien attack ad -- Canadian campaign ad
Wikipedia - 1993 Copa America squads -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - 1993 Pacific typhoon season -- Typhoon season in the Pacific Ocean
Wikipedia - 1994-1996 United States broadcast television realignment -- Series of events between Fox Broadcasting Company and New World Communications
Wikipedia - 1994 Japanese electoral reform
Wikipedia - 1994 (Mexican TV series) -- Mexican Spanish-language docu-series on Netflix
Wikipedia - 1994 Vuelta a EspaM-CM-1a, Stage 1 to Stage 11 -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - 1995 Moscow Victory Day Parades -- Victory day parades
Wikipedia - 1995 Pacific hurricane season -- Summary of the relevant tropical storms
Wikipedia - 1995 Qatari coup d'etat -- Palace overthrow of Khalifa bin Hamad Al Thani
Wikipedia - 1995 Vallecas bombing -- Car bomb attack by the Basque separatist organisation ETA
Wikipedia - 1996 Moscow-Constantinople schism -- Schism between the Eastern Orthodox Churches of the Moscow Patriarchate and the Ecumenical Patriarchate which started on 23 February 1996 and ended on 16 May 1996.
Wikipedia - 1996 Vuelta a EspaM-CM-1a -- 51st edition of the cycling Grand Tour
Wikipedia - 1998 Pacific hurricane season -- Summary of the relevant tropical storms
Wikipedia - 1999 Pacific typhoon season -- Typhoon season in the Pacific Ocean
Wikipedia - 1999 Pakistani coup d'etat -- October 1999 military coup in Pakistan
Wikipedia - 199 Lives: The Travis Pastrana Story -- 2008 film by Gregg Godfrey
Wikipedia - 19 Gramercy Park South
Wikipedia - 19th Japan Film Professional Awards -- 19th edition of the Japan Film Professional Awards
Wikipedia - 1-Aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylic acid
Wikipedia - 1-Aminocyclopropanecarboxylic acid
Wikipedia - 1E -- Privately owned IT software and services company based in the United Kingdom
Wikipedia - 1Lib1Ref -- Campaign for library engagement with Wikipedia
Wikipedia - 1Life Healthcare -- American healthcare company
Wikipedia - 1 Litre no Namida (TV series) -- 2005 Japanese television drama
Wikipedia - 1-Methylamino-1-(3,4-methylenedioxyphenyl)propane
Wikipedia - 1 Night in Paris
Wikipedia - 1 November 1944 reconnaissance sortie over Japan -- Sortie by US F-13 Superfortress aircraft
Wikipedia - 1 Pace Plaza -- Building at Pace University in New York City
Wikipedia - 1 Palace Green -- House on Palace Green, Kensington, London
Wikipedia - 1Password -- Password management software
Wikipedia - 1-Propanol -- Primary alcohol compound
Wikipedia - 1% rule (Internet culture) -- Hypothesis that more people will lurk in a virtual community than will participate
Wikipedia - 1 Spadina Crescent
Wikipedia - 1st Airborne Brigade (Japan)
Wikipedia - 1st Airlift Squadron -- Part of US Air Force 89th Airlift Wing operating executive transport
Wikipedia - 1st arrondissement of Paris
Wikipedia - 1st Artillery Brigade (Japan)
Wikipedia - 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion
Wikipedia - 1st Canadian Tunnelling Company -- Military unit
Wikipedia - 1st Division (Japan)
Wikipedia - 1st Durham Rifle Volunteers -- Former part-time unit of the British Army
Wikipedia - 1st Federal Parliament of Nepal -- First Federal Parliament of the Federal Republic of Nepal
Wikipedia - 1st Force Reconnaissance Company
Wikipedia - 1st Guards Infantry Brigade (Imperial Japanese Army)
Wikipedia - 1st Independent Company (Australia) -- Australian military unit in World War II
Wikipedia - 1st Independent Parachute Brigade (Poland)
Wikipedia - 1st Japan Film Professional Awards -- 1st edition of the Japan Film Professional Awards
Wikipedia - 1st millennium -- Millennium spanning the years 1 to 1000
Wikipedia - 1st Nepalese Constituent Assembly -- 2008-2012 unicameral legislature of Nepal
Wikipedia - 1st Panzer Division (Wehrmacht)
Wikipedia - 1st Parachute Battalion (Hungary) -- Unit of the Royal Hungarian Army
Wikipedia - 1st Parachute Battalion (South Africa) -- Paratroop unit of the South African Army
Wikipedia - 1st Parachute Division (Germany) -- German WWII airborne division
Wikipedia - 1st Parliament of the Province of Canada -- Parliament of the former Province of Canada
Wikipedia - 1st Proletarian Brigade (Yugoslav Partisans) -- First brigade-size formation raised by the Yugoslav Partisans
Wikipedia - 1st Special Squadron (Japanese Navy)
Wikipedia - 1st Split Partisan Detachment -- Former unit of the Yugoslav Partisans during World War II
Wikipedia - 1st SS Panzer Division Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler -- Military unit of Nazi Germany
Wikipedia - 1st Tactical Airlift Group (JASDF) -- Unit of the Japan Air Self-Defense Force
Wikipedia - 1st Tank Division (Imperial Japanese Army) -- Tank Division of IJA
Wikipedia - 1worldspace
Wikipedia - 1 yen coin -- Smallest denomination of the Japanese yen currency
Wikipedia - 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1916 film) -- 1916 movie from Stuart Paton
Wikipedia - 2000 All Japan Pro Wrestling mass exodus -- Incident in Japanese All Japan Pro Wrestling
Wikipedia - 2000s in Japan -- Decade of hope and optimism in Japanese history
Wikipedia - 2000 South African municipal elections
Wikipedia - 2000 Ulster Unionist Party leadership election
Wikipedia - 2000 yen note -- Rarely circulated denomination of Japanese yen
Wikipedia - 2001-02 India-Pakistan standoff -- Major military standoff between India and Pakistan from late-2001 to mid-2002
Wikipedia - 2001: A Space Odyssey (comics)
Wikipedia - 2001: A Space Odyssey (film) -- 1968 film by Stanley Kubrick
Wikipedia - 2001: A Space Odyssey (novel)
Wikipedia - 2001: A Space Odyssey -- 1968 science fiction novel written by Arthur C. Clarke
Wikipedia - 2002-03 South Pacific cyclone season -- Cyclone season in the South Pacific ocean
Wikipedia - 2002-06 municipal reorganization of Montreal -- Merger and demerger of municipalities on the Island of Montreal, Quebec
Wikipedia - 2002 Gibraltar sovereignty referendum -- Referendum of Gibraltarian citizens to determine if they wished to share sovereignty with Spain
Wikipedia - 2002 Pacific typhoon season -- Tropical cyclone season in the Western Pacific Ocean
Wikipedia - 2003 Pacific hurricane season -- Summary of the relevant tropical storms
Wikipedia - 2003 Pan American Games -- 14th edition of the Pan American Games
Wikipedia - 2003 Parapan American Games -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - 2003 Popular Democratic Party of Puerto Rico primaries -- Held in Puerto Rico on Tuesday, November 9, 2003
Wikipedia - 2004 European Parliament election
Wikipedia - 2004 Kalapatti violence -- Anti-Dalit Violence in Kalapatti, Tamil Nadu
Wikipedia - 2004 Palm Island death in custody -- Death in custody of Aboriginal man Cameron Doomadgee on Palm Island, Queensland, Australia
Wikipedia - 2004 Universal Forum of Cultures -- 141-day international event that took place in Barcelona, Spain
Wikipedia - 2005 Melbourne thunderstorm -- Severe weather event affecting parts of Victoria, Australia
Wikipedia - 2005 Norwegian parliamentary election
Wikipedia - 2005 Palu market bombing -- terrorist attack in Indonesia
Wikipedia - 2005 Paris fires -- Building fires in Paris
Wikipedia - 2006 Commonwealth Games medal table -- ranking of participants by medal total
Wikipedia - 2006 Madrid-Barajas Airport bombing -- Van bomb by the Basque separatist organisation ETA
Wikipedia - 2006 Pacific hurricane season -- Summary of the relevant tropical storms
Wikipedia - 2006 Pangandaran earthquake and tsunami -- Destructive tsunami earthquake south of Java Island
Wikipedia - 2006 Sao Paulo violence outbreak -- Clash between law enforcement officials and criminals in Brazil
Wikipedia - 2006 Winter Paralympics -- Ninth Winter Paralympics
Wikipedia - 2006 Yeti Airlines Twin Otter Crash -- Aviation accident in Nepal
Wikipedia - 2007 Boston Mooninite panic -- 2007 false-terrorism incident involving Aqua Teen Hunger Force
Wikipedia - 2007 Pakistani state of emergency -- 2007 political crisis in Pakistan
Wikipedia - 2007 Pan American Games torch relay -- 39-day torch run, from June 5 to July 13, 2007
Wikipedia - 2007 Parapan American Games -- The third edition of the Parapan American Games
Wikipedia - 2007 South Pacific Games -- 13th Pacific Games held in Apia, Samoa
Wikipedia - 2008-2009 Canadian parliamentary dispute -- Dispute regarding the royal power of prorogation in Canada.
Wikipedia - 2008 California Proposition 8 -- Ballot proposition and state constitutional amendment passed in November 2008
Wikipedia - 2008 Green Bay Packers season
Wikipedia - 2008 Green National Convention -- July 2008 Green Party convention in Chicago
Wikipedia - 2008 Nepalese Constituent Assembly election
Wikipedia - 2008 Popular Democratic Party of Puerto Rico primaries -- Held in puerto Rico on March 9, 2008
Wikipedia - 2008 Republican National Convention -- U.S. political event held in Saint Paul, Minnesota
Wikipedia - 2008 Universal Studios fire -- 2008 fire that destroyed part of Universal's backlot
Wikipedia - 2008 unrest in Bolivia -- Political crisis between departments demanding autonomy and national government
Wikipedia - 2009 attack on the Sri Lanka national cricket team -- Attack on cricket team in Pakistan by terrorists
Wikipedia - 2009 European Parliament election in Ireland
Wikipedia - 2009 Karachi bombing -- Bombing in Pakistan
Wikipedia - 2009 Lahore police academy attacks -- 2009 terrorist attack in Pakistan
Wikipedia - 2009 Pacific hurricane season -- Period of formation of tropical cyclones in the Eastern Pacific Ocean in 2009
Wikipedia - 2009 swine flu pandemic in New Zealand
Wikipedia - 2009 swine flu pandemic in Norway
Wikipedia - 2009 swine flu pandemic in Oceania
Wikipedia - 2009 swine flu pandemic in the United States by state
Wikipedia - 2009 swine flu pandemic vaccine -- Vaccine for H1N1 Swine Flu that caused a pandemic in 2009.
Wikipedia - 200 Series Shinkansen -- Japanese high speed train type
Wikipedia - 200 yen note -- Japanese yen note
Wikipedia - 2010 Chechen Parliament attack -- Militant attack in Grozny, Chechnya, Russia
Wikipedia - 2010 Commonwealth Games medal table -- Ranking of participants by medal total
Wikipedia - 2010 Kampala bombings -- Suicide bombings in Kampala, Uganda
Wikipedia - 2010 Pakistan floods -- Floods in Pakistan
Wikipedia - 2010 Papua earthquake -- 2010 magnitude 7.0 earthquake in Papua, province of Indonesia
Wikipedia - 2010 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games mascots
Wikipedia - 2010 Winter Paralympics -- Tenth Winter Paralympics
Wikipedia - 2011 1000 km of Spa
Wikipedia - 2011-12 Magyar Kupa (men's handball) -- 55th Hungarian men's handball competition
Wikipedia - 2011-12 Top League -- Japanese rugby union competition
Wikipedia - 2011 CQ1 -- 2nd closest non-impacting Earth approach
Wikipedia - 2011 dengue outbreak in Pakistan
Wikipedia - 2011 Hetherington House Occupation -- Anti-austerity protest at the University of Glasgow, Scotland
Wikipedia - 2011 Japanese Super Cup -- Match
Wikipedia - 2011 Latvian parliamentary dissolution referendum -- Referendum in Latvia in 2011
Wikipedia - 2011 Pan American Games -- 16th edition of the Pan American Games
Wikipedia - 2011 Parapan American Games -- International multi-sport event for athletes with a physical disability
Wikipedia - 2011 Polish parliamentary election
Wikipedia - 2011 TM-EM-^Mhoku earthquake and tsunami -- 2011 magnitude 9.0 - 9.1 earthquake off the coast of Japan
Wikipedia - 2011 Vuelta a EspaM-CM-1a -- 66th edition of the cycling Grand Tour
Wikipedia - 2012 Bacha Khan International Airport attack -- Tehrik-i-Taliban attack on a Pakistani international airport and air force base
Wikipedia - 2012 Eva Joly presidential campaign -- French Presidential campaign
Wikipedia - 2012 Green Party of Prince Edward Island leadership election
Wikipedia - 2012 Japanese television dramas -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - 2012 National Reconnaissance Office space telescope donation to NASA -- Declassification and donation to NASA of two identical space telescopes
Wikipedia - 2012 Popular Democratic Party of Puerto Rico primaries -- Held in Puerto Rico on March 18, 2012
Wikipedia - 2012 Republican National Convention -- U.S. political event held in Tampa, Florida
Wikipedia - 2012 St. Paul Cash Spiel -- World Curling Tour event
Wikipedia - 2013-14 Segunda Division de Futsal -- 21st season of second-tier futsal in Spain
Wikipedia - 2013 Department of Justice investigations of reporters
Wikipedia - 2013 Nanga Parbat massacre -- Terrorist attack in Pakistan on June 22, 2013
Wikipedia - 2013 Norwegian parliamentary election
Wikipedia - 2013 St. Paul Cash Spiel -- World Curling Tour event
Wikipedia - 2014-15 Magyar Kupa (men's handball) -- 57th Hungarian men's handball competition
Wikipedia - 2014-15 Top League Challenge Series -- Japanese rugby union season
Wikipedia - 2014-2015 India-Pakistan border skirmishes -- A series of armed skirmishes between India and Pakistan
Wikipedia - 2014 Commonwealth Games medal table -- ranking of participants by medal total
Wikipedia - 2014 Drapac Cycling season -- Professional cycling season
Wikipedia - 2014 European Parliament election in Spain
Wikipedia - 2014 in Spanish television -- Spanish television related events from 2014
Wikipedia - 2014 Pacific Netball Series -- Pacific Netball event that occurred in 2014
Wikipedia - 2014 Panamanian general election
Wikipedia - 2014 Peshawar school massacre -- Tehrik-i-Taliban terrorist attack on the Army Public School and College in Peshawar, Pakistan
Wikipedia - 2014 South Napa earthquake -- Earthquake in California in 2014
Wikipedia - 2015-16 Magyar Kupa (men's handball) -- 58th Hungarian men's handball competition
Wikipedia - 2015 Democratic Alliance Federal Congress -- South African political party conference
Wikipedia - 2015 Fort Bliss shooting -- Murder of psychologist at El Paso VA clinic
Wikipedia - 2015 Indian swine flu outbreak -- Outbreak of the 2009 pandemic H1N1 virus in India
Wikipedia - 2015 Pan American Games -- 17th edition of the Pan American Games
Wikipedia - 2015 Parapan American Games -- 5th edition of the Parapan American Games
Wikipedia - 2015 Park Palace guesthouse attack -- 2015 armed attack in Kabul, Afghanistan, on international civilians
Wikipedia - 2015 Polish parliamentary election
Wikipedia - 2015 Sao Paulo Challenger de TM-CM-*nis - Singles -- Singles tennis competition held in Brazil
Wikipedia - 2015 Texas pool party incident -- Viral video
Wikipedia - 2016-17 Florida Panthers season -- Florida Panthers season
Wikipedia - 2016-17 Magyar Kupa (men's handball) -- 59th Hungarian men's handball competition
Wikipedia - 2016-2018 India-Pakistan border skirmishes -- Series of armed skirmishes between India and Pakistan in Kashmir
Wikipedia - 2016 Iowa Republican presidential caucuses -- Part of the American Presidential race
Wikipedia - 2016 Kidapawan protests -- 2016 protests in the Philippines
Wikipedia - 2016 Massachusetts Republican presidential primary -- 2016 Republican Party presidential primary in Massachusetts
Wikipedia - 2016 Nasirnagar Violence -- 2016 attack in Nasirnagar Upazila, Bangladesh
Wikipedia - 2016 New Progressive Party of Puerto Rico primaries -- Held in Puerto Rico on June 5, 2016
Wikipedia - 2016 Pacific hurricane season -- Period of formation of tropical cyclones in the Eastern Pacific Ocean in 2016
Wikipedia - 2016 Pakistan Super League players draft -- PSL player drafts
Wikipedia - 2016 Pakistan Super League -- First PSL
Wikipedia - 2016 Popular Democratic Party of Puerto Rico primaries -- Held in Puerto Rico on June 5, 2016
Wikipedia - 2016 United Kingdom European Union membership referendum -- National vote to advise Parliament on whether the UK should remain a member of, or leave, the European Union
Wikipedia - 2017-18 Australian parliamentary eligibility crisis -- Crisis over the eligibility of members of the Parliament of Australia over citizenship
Wikipedia - 2017-18 Magyar Kupa (men's handball) -- 60th Hungarian men's handball competition
Wikipedia - 2017-18 Vegas Golden Knights season -- Inaugural season; strongest debut for an expansion team in North American sports history
Wikipedia - 2017-2018 North Korea crisis -- Escalating tensions between North Korea and the United States, due to the rapidly improved nuclear weapons capability of North Korea
Wikipedia - 2017 Australian aeroplane bomb plot -- Thwarted terror attack in 2017 on a flight departing Sydney, Australia
Wikipedia - 2017 Barcelona attacks -- Terrorist attacks in Spain in August 2017
Wikipedia - 2017 Copa Libertadores de Beach Soccer -- Second edition of the Copa Libertadores de Beach Soccer
Wikipedia - 2017 Open du Pays d'Aix - Doubles -- 2017 ATP Challenger Tour
Wikipedia - 2017 Pacific typhoon season -- Period of formation of tropical cyclones in the Western Pacific Ocean in 2017
Wikipedia - 2017 Paf Masters Tour -- World Curling Tour event
Wikipedia - 2017 Pakistan Super League players draft -- 2nd season of the Pakistan Super League
Wikipedia - 2017 Patna boat accident -- Boat capsizing incident in India
Wikipedia - 2017 St. Paul Cash Spiel -- World Curling Tour event
Wikipedia - 2017 Western Iraq campaign
Wikipedia - 2018-19 Cairns Taipans season -- Cairns Taipans season
Wikipedia - 2018-19 Magyar Kupa (men's handball) -- 61st Hungarian men's handball competition
Wikipedia - 2018-19 V.League Division 1 Men's squads -- Japanese vollyball
Wikipedia - 2018-2019 Gaza border protests -- protest campaign for refugee rights in the Gaza Strip
Wikipedia - 2018-2019 Swedish government formation -- parliamentary government formation in Sweden
Wikipedia - 2018 Ahvaz military parade attack
Wikipedia - 2018 Ambalapattu violence -- Violence against the Dalit community in Tamil Nadu
Wikipedia - 2018 Commonwealth Games medal table -- ranking of participants by medal total
Wikipedia - 2018 Copa America Femenina -- The eighth edition of the CONMEBOL Copa America Femenina
Wikipedia - 2018 Copa Paulino Alcantara -- 1st season of the Copa Paulino Alcantara
Wikipedia - 2018 Hokkaido Eastern Iburi earthquake -- Earthquake in Japan
Wikipedia - 2018 in Papua New Guinea -- Papua New Guinea-related evens during the year of 2018
Wikipedia - 2018 Japan floods -- Heavy rain disaster that occurred in July 2018 in Japan
Wikipedia - 2018 Laos dam collapse -- 2018 dam breach in Champasak Province, Laos
Wikipedia - 2018 Magnitogorsk building collapse -- Deadly apartment building collapse attributed to a gas explosion
Wikipedia - 2018 Marivan border crossing attack -- Attack by the Kurdistan Free Life Party against Iran
Wikipedia - 2018 Moscow-Constantinople schism -- Ongoing split between the Eastern Orthodox patriarchates of Moscow and Constantinople
Wikipedia - 2018 Osaka earthquake -- Earthquake in Japan
Wikipedia - 2018 Pacific hurricane season -- Summary of the relevant tropical storms
Wikipedia - 2018 Paris knife attack
Wikipedia - 2018 Parramatta Eels season -- Australian rugby league season
Wikipedia - 2018 Washington Veterans Day Parade -- Cancelled military parade
Wikipedia - 2019-20 Copa MX -- The 82nd staging of the Copa MX
Wikipedia - 2019-20 South Pacific cyclone season -- Period of tropical cyclone activity in the South Pacific Ocean.
Wikipedia - 2019-20 Western Libya campaign -- A Military Campaign in Western Libya
Wikipedia - 2019 Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay blackout -- Blackout affecting Argentina, Uruguay and parts of Paraguay
Wikipedia - 2019 Blancpain GT Sports Club -- Fifth season of the Blancpain GT Sports Club
Wikipedia - 2019 Blancpain GT World Challenge America -- Racing season
Wikipedia - 2019 Bougainvillean independence referendum -- Bougainville's referendum for independence from Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - 2019 British prorogation controversy -- Unlawful and voided suspension of Parliament
Wikipedia - 2019 Campeonato Paulista Serie A3 -- The 26th season of Campeonato Paulista Serie A3 under its current title and the 66th season under its current league division format
Wikipedia - 2019 Copa America squads -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - 2019 Copa Libertadores Femenina -- The 11th edition of the CONMEBOL Libertadores Femenina
Wikipedia - 2019 Copa Paulino Alcantara -- 2nd season of the Copa Paulino Alcantara
Wikipedia - 2019 El Paso shooting -- Mass shooting in El Paso, Texas, United States of America
Wikipedia - 2019 heat wave in India and Pakistan -- Severe heatwave in India
Wikipedia - 2019 Hpakant jade mine collapse -- Mine collapse triggered by a landslide
Wikipedia - 2019 India-Pakistan border skirmishes -- Series of armed skirmishes between India and Pakistan in Kashmir
Wikipedia - 2019 in Papua New Guinea -- Papua New Guinea-related evens during the year of 2019
Wikipedia - 2019 J3 League -- 6th season of the Japanese J3 League
Wikipedia - 2019 Japanese imperial transition -- Japanese imperial abdication and transition
Wikipedia - 2019 Japan Series -- 70th edition of the Japan Series
Wikipedia - 2019 Lahore bombing -- A suicide bomb attack on 8 May 2019 outside Data Darbar in Lahore, Pakistan
Wikipedia - 2019 Mettupalayam wall collapse -- Collapse of a wall which killed 17 people and led to protests
Wikipedia - 2019 Montreal Impact season -- Canadian Major League Soccer team
Wikipedia - 2019 MO -- Near-Earth asteroid discovered by ATLAS-MLO that impacted Earth's atmosphere on 22 June 2019
Wikipedia - 2019 Nepal floods -- Devastating 2019 flood in Nepal
Wikipedia - 2019 New England Patriots season -- 60th season in Patriots franchise history
Wikipedia - 2019 Pacific FC season -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - 2019 Pacific hurricane season -- Period of formation of tropical cyclones in the Eastern Pacific Ocean in 2019
Wikipedia - 2019 Pacific Northwest measles outbreak -- Measles outbreak in the Portland metropolitan area
Wikipedia - 2019 Pacific typhoon season -- Period of formation of tropical cyclones in the Western Pacific Ocean in 2019
Wikipedia - 2019 Pahang FA season -- 16th season in the Malaysian Super League
Wikipedia - 2019 Pan American Games -- 18th edition of the Pan American Games
Wikipedia - 2019 Papua protests -- series of protests by Papuans in Indonesian Papua
Wikipedia - 2019 Parapan American Games -- An international multi-sport event for athletes with disabilities
Wikipedia - 2019 Parramatta Eels season -- Australia Rugby League Parramatta Eels 2019 season
Wikipedia - 2019 Polish parliamentary election
Wikipedia - 2019 Ponparappi violence -- Anti-Dalit violence in Ponparappi, Tamil Nadu
Wikipedia - 2019 Siberia wildfires -- Spate of forest fires in Russia
Wikipedia - 2019 Sindh HIV outbreak -- In the Ratodero area in Sindh, Pakistan
Wikipedia - 2019 Spa-Francorchamps Formula 2 round -- Formula 2 race
Wikipedia - 2019 Tell Rifaat clashes -- Part of the Syrian Civil War
Wikipedia - 2019 Tezgam train fire -- 2019 train fire in Pakistan
Wikipedia - 2019 UN13 -- 3rd closest non-impacting Earth approach
Wikipedia - 2019 Vuelta a EspaM-CM-1a, Stage 12 to Stage 21 -- Second half of the 2019 Grand Tour
Wikipedia - 2019 Vuelta a EspaM-CM-1a, Stage 1 to Stage 11 -- First half of the 2019 Grand Tour
Wikipedia - 2.01 (Buran-class spacecraft) -- Reusable launch system
Wikipedia - 201 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 2020-2021 Minneapolis-Saint Paul racial unrest -- Series of protests and riots in the U.S. state of Minnesota
Wikipedia - 2020-21 Ayn Issa clashes -- Part of the Syrian Civil War
Wikipedia - 2020 Campeonato Paulista Serie A2 -- The 27th season of Campeonato Paulista Serie A2 under its current title and the 97th season under its current league division format
Wikipedia - 2020 Campeonato Paulista Serie A3 -- The 27th season of Campeonato Paulista Serie A3 under its current title and the 67th season under its current league division format
Wikipedia - 2020 Copa Libertadores Femenina
Wikipedia - 2020 coronavirus pandemic in the Philippines
Wikipedia - 2020 Delta del Parana wildfires -- Wildfire in Argentina
Wikipedia - 2020 Democratic Party presidential candidates -- Candidates for the Democratic Party nominee for President of the United States in 2020
Wikipedia - 2020 Democratic Party presidential debates -- Debates for 2020 Democratic presidential nomination
Wikipedia - 2020 Democratic Party presidential primaries
Wikipedia - 2020 Green National Convention -- National nominating convention for the Green Party of the United States
Wikipedia - 2020 Green Party of England and Wales leadership election
Wikipedia - 2020 Green Party presidential primaries -- series of primaries, caucuses and state conventions
Wikipedia - 2020 Hpakant jade mine disaster -- Landslide in Myanmar
Wikipedia - 2020 Indian agriculture acts -- Acts of the Parliament of India
Wikipedia - 2020 India-Pakistan border skirmishes -- Series of armed skirmishes between India and Pakistan in Kashmir
Wikipedia - 2020 Irish education shutdown -- Irish school and university closures caused by the COVID-19 pandemic
Wikipedia - 2020 J3 League -- 7th season of the Japanese J3 League
Wikipedia - 2020 Japan Series -- 71st edition of the Japan Series
Wikipedia - 2020 Jeeto Pakistan League -- Pakistani television series
Wikipedia - 2020 Libertarian Party presidential primaries -- Series of electoral contests
Wikipedia - 2020 Montreal Impact season -- Canadian Major League Soccer team
Wikipedia - 2020 Nepal floods -- 2020 floods in Nepal
Wikipedia - 2020 Pacific FC season -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - 2020 Pacific hurricane season -- Period of formation of tropical cyclones in the Eastern Pacific Ocean in 2020
Wikipedia - 2020 Pacific typhoon season -- Period of formation of tropical cyclones in the Western Pacific Ocean in 2020
Wikipedia - 2020 Pahang FA season -- 16th season in the Malaysian Super League
Wikipedia - 2020 Pakistan Super League players draft -- PSL player drafts
Wikipedia - 2020 Palghar mob lynching -- Indian group killing
Wikipedia - 2020 Paris stabbing attack -- Islamist terror attack at former satirical magazine headquarters
Wikipedia - 2020 Parramatta Eels season -- Australia Rugby League Parramatta Eels 2019 season
Wikipedia - 2020 Patna-Bhabua Intercity Express gang rape -- Gang rape and torture incident in India
Wikipedia - 2020 Peshawar school bombing -- 2020 Pakistan terrorist attack
Wikipedia - 2020 Rally Japan -- 7th edition of Rally Japan
Wikipedia - 2020 Sparta earthquake -- August 9, 2021, earthquakes in North Carolina
Wikipedia - 2020 Summer Paralympics -- 2020 edition of the Summer Paralympics
Wikipedia - 2020 Tokyo Marathon -- Marathon race in Tokyo, Japan
Wikipedia - 2020 United Kingdom education shutdown -- UK school and university closures caused by the COVID-19 pandemic
Wikipedia - 2021 Copa Libertadores qualifying stages
Wikipedia - 2021 in Japan
Wikipedia - 2021 in Nepal
Wikipedia - 2021 in Pakistan
Wikipedia - 2021 in paleontology
Wikipedia - 2021 in Panama
Wikipedia - 2021 in Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - 2021 in Paraguay
Wikipedia - 2021 in spaceflight
Wikipedia - 2021 in Spain
Wikipedia - 2021 in the Palestinian territories
Wikipedia - 2021 Ivorian parliamentary election
Wikipedia - 2021 Junior Pan American Games -- 1st edition of the Junior Pan American Games
Wikipedia - 2021 Kosovan parliamentary election
Wikipedia - 2021 Micronesian parliamentary election
Wikipedia - 2021 Montreal Impact season -- Canadian Major League Soccer team
Wikipedia - 2021 Pacific typhoon season
Wikipedia - 2021 Pakistan Super League
Wikipedia - 2021 Parramatta Eels season -- Australia Rugby League Parramatta Eels 2019 season
Wikipedia - 2021 Sri Pahang FC season -- 16th season in the Malaysian Super League
Wikipedia - 2021 UEFA Europa League Final -- The final match of the 2020-21 UEFA Europa League
Wikipedia - 2022 Asian Para Games -- Multi-sport event in Hangzhou, China
Wikipedia - 2022 Copa America Femenina -- The 9th edition of the CONMEBOL
Wikipedia - 2024 Copa America -- 48th edition of the Copa America
Wikipedia - 2.02 (Buran-class spacecraft) -- Reusable launch system
Wikipedia - 2.03 (Buran-class spacecraft) -- Reusable launch system
Wikipedia - 20.3 cm/45 Type 41 naval gun -- Japanese naval gun and coastal artillery used throughout the first half of the 20th century
Wikipedia - 203 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 205 Martyrs of Japan
Wikipedia - 205 series -- Train type operated in Japan and Indonesia
Wikipedia - 207 series (JR East) -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 207 series (JR West) -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 209 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 20 minutos -- Spanish online newspaper
Wikipedia - 20-pounder Parrott rifle -- Type of Rifled cannon
Wikipedia - 20th arrondissement of Paris
Wikipedia - 20th Century Boys -- Japanese manga series
Wikipedia - 20th Century Limited -- American express passenger train
Wikipedia - 20th-century Western painting -- art in the Western world during the 20th century
Wikipedia - 20th Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union
Wikipedia - 20th Goya Awards -- Spanish film award ceremony
Wikipedia - 20th Japan Film Professional Awards -- 20th edition of the Japan Film Professional Awards
Wikipedia - 20th Parachute Division (Germany) -- German WWII airborne division
Wikipedia - 20th Television -- American television production company
Wikipedia - 211 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 213 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 215 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 21 Laps Entertainment -- American production company
Wikipedia - 21st Century Media -- American media company
Wikipedia - 21st Independent Mixed Brigade (Imperial Japanese Army) -- Imperial Japanese Army formation
Wikipedia - 21st Japan Film Professional Awards -- 21st edition of the Japan Film Professional Awards
Wikipedia - 21st Panzer Brigade (Bundeswehr) -- Brigade
Wikipedia - 21st Parachute Division (Germany) -- German WWII airborne division
Wikipedia - 220 Central Park South -- Residential skyscraper in Manhattan, New York
Wikipedia - 221 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 2:22 (2017 film) -- 2017 film by Paul Currie
Wikipedia - 223 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 225 Park Avenue South -- Office building in Manhattan, New York
Wikipedia - 225 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 2 + 2 = 5 -- Example of Party logic presented in Nineteen Eighty-Four
Wikipedia - 227 series -- Japanese electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - 22/7 (TV series) -- Japanese anime series
Wikipedia - 2,2-Diethyl-1,3-propanediol
Wikipedia - 22 July (film) -- 2018 Norwegian crime drama film by Paul Greengrass
Wikipedia - 22nd Japan Film Professional Awards -- 22nd edition of the Japan Film Professional Awards
Wikipedia - 22nd South African Parliament -- Parliament of South Africa, 1994-1999
Wikipedia - 22 Park Circus, Glasgow -- Townhouse in Glasgow, Scotland
Wikipedia - 233 Spanish Martyrs
Wikipedia - 23andMe -- Personal genomics and biotechnology company based in Sunnyvale, California, US
Wikipedia - 23 Beekman Place -- Apartment building in Manhattan, New York
Wikipedia - 23 Paces to Baker Street -- 1956 film by Henry Hathaway
Wikipedia - 23rd Japan Film Professional Awards -- 23rd edition of the Japan Film Professional Awards
Wikipedia - 240 Central Park South -- Residential building in Manhattan, New York
Wikipedia - 246th Mixed Brigade -- Spanish mixed brigade
Wikipedia - 24/7: The Passion of Life -- 2005 film
Wikipedia - 24 de Diciembre (Panama Metro) -- Panama metro station
Wikipedia - 24 Horas (Spanish TV channel) -- Spanish TV news channel
Wikipedia - 24-hour news cycle -- 24-hour investigation and reporting of news, concomitant with fast-paced lifestyles
Wikipedia - 24 Hour Party People -- 2002 film by Michael Winterbottom
Wikipedia - 24 Hours (newspaper) -- Canadian free daily newspaper
Wikipedia - 24th South African Parliament
Wikipedia - 250th Tunnelling Company -- Tunnelling company of the Royal Engineers of the British Army in World War I
Wikipedia - 251 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 253 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 255 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 257 Central Park West -- Co-op apartment building in Manhattan, New York
Wikipedia - 2.5D musical -- Japanese type of musical based on anime, manga or video games
Wikipedia - 2.5GBASE-T and 5GBASE-T -- Standards for Ethernet over twisted pair at intermediate speeds
Wikipedia - 25 Watts -- 2001 film by Juan Pablo Rebella and Pablo Stoll
Wikipedia - 26 Martyrs of Japan
Wikipedia - 26th Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (diamond) -- Largest diamond ever found in Russia or the former USSR as of 2016
Wikipedia - 26th Parliament of Ontario -- 1959-1963 legislature of Ontario, Canada
Wikipedia - 270 Park Avenue -- Office skyscraper in Manhattan, New York
Wikipedia - 271 series -- Japanese electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - 27 Rue de la Paix -- 1936 film
Wikipedia - 27th Parliament of Turkey -- Legislature of Turkey (2018-present)
Wikipedia - 27th South African Parliament -- Current session of South African Parliament
Wikipedia - 281 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 283 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 285 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 287 series -- Electric multiple unit train type operated in Japan
Wikipedia - 289 series -- Japanese DC electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - 28 Weeks Later -- 2007 British-Spanish post-apocalyptic science fiction horror film
Wikipedia - 2975 Spahr
Wikipedia - 29th Division (Spain) -- Spanish Republican Army formation
Wikipedia - 29th parallel north -- Circle of latitude
Wikipedia - 2C2P -- Payment services company
Wikipedia - 2channel -- Anonymous Japanese textboard founded in 1999
Wikipedia - 2 Days in Paris -- 2007 film
Wikipedia - 2GO -- Shipping company in the Philippines
Wikipedia - 2I/Borisov -- Interstellar comet passing through the Solar System, discovered in 2019
Wikipedia - 2 Intelligence Company
Wikipedia - 2K (company) -- American video game publisher
Wikipedia - 2ME Radio Arabic -- Arabic language radio station based in Parramatta, Australia
Wikipedia - 2nd APAN Star Awards -- 2013 South Korean Television Award
Wikipedia - 2nd Division (Imperial Japanese Army) -- 1888-1945 Imperial Japanese Army formation
Wikipedia - 2nd Division (Portugal) -- Part of the Portuguese Expeditionary Corps that fought in World War I
Wikipedia - 2nd Division (Yugoslav Partisans)
Wikipedia - 2nd Japan Film Professional Awards -- 2nd edition of the Japan Film Professional Awards
Wikipedia - 2nd millennium -- Millennium spanning the years 1001 to 2000
Wikipedia - 2nd Nepalese Constituent Assembly -- Second Constituent Assembly of Nepal (2014-2017)
Wikipedia - 2nd Parachute Division (Germany) -- German WWII airborne division
Wikipedia - 2nd Spanish Armada -- Fleet of Spanish ships, intended to attack England in 1596
Wikipedia - 2nd SS Panzer Division Das Reich -- German armored division
Wikipedia - 2 ore (World War II Danish coin) -- Coin made during the German occupation of Denmark
Wikipedia - 2 Pallas
Wikipedia - 2PAR -- Community radio station in Ballina, New South Wales
Wikipedia - 2 Player Productions -- American video production company
Wikipedia - 2-Propanoyl-3-(2-naphthyl)-tropane
Wikipedia - 2-Propanoyl-3-(4-isopropylphenyl)-tropane
Wikipedia - 2-Propanoyl-3-(4-tolyl)-tropane
Wikipedia - 2S4 Tyulpan -- Type of Self-propelled mortar
Wikipedia - 300-page iPhone bill -- viral video and internet meme
Wikipedia - 300 Series Shinkansen -- Japanese high-speed train type
Wikipedia - 300X -- Japanese experimental high speed train type
Wikipedia - 301, 302 -- 1995 film by Park Cheol-su
Wikipedia - 301 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 303 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 305 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 30th Mixed Brigade -- Unit of the Spanish Republican Army
Wikipedia - 311 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 312 RiverRun -- Chicago public park under construction
Wikipedia - 313 series -- Japanese DC suburban electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - 316th Cavalry Brigade -- Unit of the US Army, part of US Army Armor School
Wikipedia - 321 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 323 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 32 Minutes and 17 Seconds with Cliff Richard -- 1962 studio album by Cliff Richard with The Shadows and Norrie Paramor and his Orchestra
Wikipedia - 33rd Armoured Division -- Part of I Corps "Strike Corp" of Indian Army
Wikipedia - 33 Tehama -- Apartment complex located in San Francisco, California, United States
Wikipedia - 343 Guilty Spark -- Fictional character in the Halo video game series
Wikipedia - 347 Series -- Series of etchings by Pablo Picasso
Wikipedia - 3,4-Methylenedioxyamphetamine -- Empathogen-entactogen, psychostimulant, and psychedelic drug of the amphetamine family
Wikipedia - 34th Brigade (Australia) -- Infantry brigade of the Australian Army during the occupation of Japan
Wikipedia - 34th Goya Awards -- 2019 annual Spanish film awards
Wikipedia - 35th parallel north -- Circle of latitude
Wikipedia - 360 Central Park West -- Apartment building in Manhattan, New York
Wikipedia - 36th parallel north -- Circle of latitude
Wikipedia - 371 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 373 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 37th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron -- Former rescue squadron of the USAF active during the Vietnam War
Wikipedia - 381 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 383 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 38 Parrots -- Film series (1976-1991)
Wikipedia - 38th parallel north -- Circle of latitude
Wikipedia - 39th District corruption scandal -- Philadelphia Police Department corruption and brutality scandal
Wikipedia - 39th parallel north -- Circle of latitude
Wikipedia - 3DD Productions -- British television production company
Wikipedia - 3D-printed spacecraft
Wikipedia - 3enwiki 47enwiki 48enwiki 49enwiki 50wiki_done apoph_wiki apoph_wiki2 do enwiki-20210101-pages-articles-multistream.xml enwiki-20210101-pages-articles-multistream.xml.bz2 enwiki-20210201-pages-articles-multistream-index.txt.bz2 enwiki_2nd enwiki_firsttrim rlist tempc wiki_desc2 wikishort.sh wl_wiki (novel) -- Novel by Michael Brodsky
Wikipedia - 3-Hydroxyaspartic acid
Wikipedia - 3Hz -- Japanese animation studio
Wikipedia - 3 Idiots (TV series) -- Pakistani television series
Wikipedia - 3i Infotech -- Indian IT company
Wikipedia - 3-manifold -- A space that locally looks like Euclidean 3-dimensional space
Wikipedia - 3-Quinuclidinyl benzilate -- Military incapacitating agent
Wikipedia - 3rd APAN Star Awards -- 2014 South Korean Television Award
Wikipedia - 3rd Japan Film Professional Awards -- 3rd edition of the Japan Film Professional Awards
Wikipedia - 3rd millennium -- Current millennium, spanning the years 2001 to 3000
Wikipedia - 3rd Municipal Sportshall of Ano Liosia -- Indoor sporting arena in Ano Liosia, Attica Region, Greece
Wikipedia - 3rd Panzer Army -- German armoured formation during World War II
Wikipedia - 3rd Parachute Division (Germany) -- German WWII airborne division
Wikipedia - 3rd Spanish Armada -- Fleet of Spanish ships, intended to attack England in 1597
Wikipedia - 3rd SS Panzer Division Totenkopf -- Waffen-SS division
Wikipedia - 3-space
Wikipedia - 400 Series Shinkansen -- Japanese high speed train type
Wikipedia - 402 Payment Required (Mr. Robot)
Wikipedia - 40th parallel north -- Circle of latitude
Wikipedia - 413 series -- Class of Japanese electric multiple unit
Wikipedia - 415 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 419 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 425 Park Avenue -- Under-construction skyscraper in Manhattan, New York
Wikipedia - 42nd Street Moon -- American theatre company in San Francisco
Wikipedia - 4 3 2 1 (novel) -- Novel by Paul Auster
Wikipedia - 432 Park Avenue -- Residential skyscraper in Manhattan, New York
Wikipedia - 43rd Canadian Parliament -- Parliamentary term of the Parliament of Canada
Wikipedia - 4.50 from Paddington -- 1957 Miss Marple novel by Agatha Christie
Wikipedia - 451 Group -- American technology research company
Wikipedia - 455 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 45 cm naval rocket -- Rocket artillery used by Japan in WWII
Wikipedia - 45P/Honda-Mrkos-PajduM-EM-!akova -- Periodic comet with 5 year orbit
Wikipedia - 45 rpm (TV series) -- Spanish-language television series
Wikipedia - 45th parallel north -- Circle of latitude often called the halfway point between the equator and the North Pole
Wikipedia - 461st Flight Test Squadron -- US Air Force squadron, part of Air Force Materiel Command
Wikipedia - 463L master pallet -- Pallet used for transporting military air cargo
Wikipedia - 47Soul -- Palestinian-Jordanian music band
Wikipedia - 485 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 489 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 498 Spanish Martyrs
Wikipedia - 49th Parallel Coffee Roasters -- Canadian coffee roaster company
Wikipedia - 49th Parallel (film) -- 1941 film by Michael Powell
Wikipedia - 49th parallel north -- Circle of latitude
Wikipedia - 4D-JAM -- Japanese rock band
Wikipedia - 4F (company) -- Polish sportswear company
Wikipedia - 4-fluorotropacocaine
Wikipedia - 4Gamer.net -- Japanese video game website
Wikipedia - 4-Koma Nano Ace -- Japanese yonkoma manga magazine
Wikipedia - 4 Latas -- Spanish 2019 comedy film on Netflix
Wikipedia - 4Licensing Corporation -- US licensing company
Wikipedia - 4% Pantomime
Wikipedia - 4Q127 -- Part of the Dead Sea Scrolls
Wikipedia - 4 route du Champ d'EntraM-CM-.nement -- Government owned villa in Paris, France
Wikipedia - 4th Air Wing (JASDF) -- Japanese military unit
Wikipedia - 4th APAN Star Awards -- 2015 South Korean Television Award
Wikipedia - 4th Impact -- Filipino girl group
Wikipedia - 4th Japan Film Professional Awards -- 4th edition of the Japan Film Professional Awards
Wikipedia - 4th Parachute Division (Germany) -- German WWII airborne division
Wikipedia - 4x4 (2019 film) -- 2019 Argentine-Spanish thriller crime film by Mariano Cohn
Wikipedia - 5000 yen note -- Japanese paper currency
Wikipedia - 500 Queer Scientists -- US LGBTQ+ campaign
Wikipedia - 500 Series Shinkansen -- Japanese high speed train type
Wikipedia - 500 yen coin (commemorative) -- Denomination of the Japanese yen
Wikipedia - 500 yen note -- Japanese yen note
Wikipedia - 522 Spanish Martyrs
Wikipedia - 54th parallel south -- Circle of latitude
Wikipedia - 55 Central Park West -- 19-floor housing cooperative located in Manhattan, New York City
Wikipedia - 55P/Tempel-Tuttle -- Periodic comet with an orbital period of 33 years, parent body of the Leonid meteor shower
Wikipedia - 56th Air Refueling Squadron -- US Air Force unit part of Air Education and Training Command
Wikipedia - 583 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 5 cm Pak 38 -- German anti-tank gun
Wikipedia - 5 de Mayo (Panama Metro) -- Panama metro station
Wikipedia - 5Linx -- American multi-level marketing company
Wikipedia - 5 rin coin -- Obsolete Japanese coin
Wikipedia - 5 sen note -- Japanese sen note
Wikipedia - 5th APAN Star Awards -- 2016 South Korean Television Award
Wikipedia - 5th arrondissement of Paris -- French municipal arrondissement in M-CM-^Nle-de-France, France
Wikipedia - 5th Brigade (Japan) -- Japan Ground Self-Defense Force infantry brigade
Wikipedia - 5th Japan Film Professional Awards -- 5th edition of the Japan Film Professional Awards
Wikipedia - 5th Parachute Brigade (United Kingdom)
Wikipedia - 5th Parachute Division (Germany) -- German WWII airborne division
Wikipedia - 61 Garpar Lane -- 2017 Bengali film
Wikipedia - 63 series -- Japanese electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - 64: Part II -- 2016 film directed by Takahisa Zeze
Wikipedia - 64: Part I -- 2016 film directed by Amr Arafa
Wikipedia - 651 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 681 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 683 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 6870 Pauldavies
Wikipedia - 68W -- United States Army Military Occupational Specialty
Wikipedia - 69 (film) -- 2004 Japanese film directed by Lee Sang-il
Wikipedia - 6abc Dunkin' Donuts Thanksgiving Day Parade -- Annual Thanksgiving Day parade in Philadelphia, USA
Wikipedia - 6 & 8 Parramatta Square -- Skyscraper in New South Wales, Australia
Wikipedia - 6 February 1934 crisis -- French protest in Paris
Wikipedia - 6LoWPAN -- IETF working group
Wikipedia - 6park -- Chinese internet forum
Wikipedia - 6th APAN Star Awards -- 2018 South Korean Television Award
Wikipedia - 6th arrondissement of Paris -- French municipal arrondissement in M-CM-^Nle-de-France, France
Wikipedia - 6th Congress of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia -- political event in Yugoslavia
Wikipedia - 6th Electoral Unit of Republika Srpska (NSRS) -- Parliamentary constituency
Wikipedia - 6th Japan Film Professional Awards -- 6th edition of the Japan Film Professional Awards
Wikipedia - 6th National Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam
Wikipedia - 6th Parachute Division (Germany) -- German WWII airborne division
Wikipedia - 700 Series Shinkansen -- Japanese high speed train type
Wikipedia - 701 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 704Games -- Company
Wikipedia - 711 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 713 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 715 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 717 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 719 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 721 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 72 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 731 series -- Electric multiple unit train type operated by JR Hokkaido in Japan
Wikipedia - 733 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 735-737 Japanese smallpox epidemic -- Major smallpox epidemic that afflicted much of Japan
Wikipedia - 735 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 740 Park Avenue -- Residential building in Manhattan, New York
Wikipedia - 75-foot patrol boat -- American Coast Guard patrol craft
Wikipedia - 7.65M-CM-^W21mm Parabellum -- Pistol cartridge designed by Georg Luger and Hugo Borchardt
Wikipedia - 770 Eastern Parkway -- Lubavitch World Headquarters
Wikipedia - 77 Park Lane -- 1931 film
Wikipedia - 781 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 783 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 785 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 787 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 789 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 78 Lyndhurst Way -- 2000s occupied art space in south London
Wikipedia - 7.92M-CM-^W94mm Patronen -- Anti-tank rifle cartridge
Wikipedia - 7 Continents for 7 Koopas
Wikipedia - 7-Eleven -- Japanese-owned American international chain of convenience stores
Wikipedia - 7, Lok Kalyan Marg -- Official residence and principal workplace of the Prime Minister of India
Wikipedia - 7 Pasiklab sa Army
Wikipedia - 7 Subway Extension -- New York City Subway expansion
Wikipedia - 7thGarden -- Japanese manga series
Wikipedia - 7th Japan Film Professional Awards -- 7th edition of the Japan Film Professional Awards
Wikipedia - 7th Parachute Division (Germany) -- German WWII airborne division
Wikipedia - 80,000 Hours -- Non-profit organization that conducts research on which jobs have most positive social impact
Wikipedia - 800 Heroes Song -- Chinese patriotic song
Wikipedia - 800 Series Shinkansen -- Japanese high speed train type
Wikipedia - 80 series -- Japanese electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - 811 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 813 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 815 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 817 series -- Japanese electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - 821 series -- Japanese electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - 826aska -- Japanese musician
Wikipedia - 82nd Avenue of Roses Parade -- Annual event in Portland, Oregon
Wikipedia - 83-foot patrol boat -- American Coast Guard patrol craft
Wikipedia - 84C MoPic -- 1989 film by Patrick Sheane Duncan
Wikipedia - 84th parallel north -- Circle of latitude in the Arctic
Wikipedia - 8600 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 86 (novel series) -- Japanese light novel series
Wikipedia - 883 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 885 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 88Kasyo Junrei -- Japanese rock band
Wikipedia - 88rising -- American mass media company
Wikipedia - 89th Operations Group -- Part of US Air Force 89th Airlift Wing operating executive transport
Wikipedia - 8-OH-DPAT
Wikipedia - 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown -- British television panel game show
Wikipedia - 8 Out of 10 Cats -- British television comedy panel game
Wikipedia - 8-pallo -- 2013 Finnish film directed by Aku Louhimies
Wikipedia - 8-Pass Charlie -- Pakistani Air Force bomber pilot
Wikipedia - 8 Pieces on Paul Klee -- German music album
Wikipedia - 8th Japan Film Professional Awards -- 8th edition of the Japan Film Professional Awards
Wikipedia - 8th Parachute Division (Germany) -- German WWII airborne division
Wikipedia - 8XM -- Pakistani music channel
Wikipedia - 90 Feet Road -- Initial part of Srinagar-Leh Highway
Wikipedia - 91st Mixed Brigade -- Unit of the Spanish Republican Army
Wikipedia - 92 Group -- Right-wing grouping within the British Conservative Party
Wikipedia - 92 News -- Pakistan television news channel
Wikipedia - 953 Painleva -- Main-belt asteroid
Wikipedia - 99designs -- Australian company
Wikipedia - 99 MP Party -- New Zealand political party
Wikipedia - 99th Airlift Squadron -- Part of US Air Force 89th Airlift Wing operating executive transport
Wikipedia - 9M-CM-^W19mm Parabellum -- Pistol cartridge designed by Georg Luger
Wikipedia - 9 North -- A region of hydrothermal vents on the East Pacific Rise in the Pacific Ocean
Wikipedia - 9PAC
Wikipedia - 9 Parachute Squadron RE -- Airborne unit of the British army
Wikipedia - 9 Story Media Group -- Canadian entertainment company
Wikipedia - 9 Story USA -- American children's television company
Wikipedia - 9th Japan Film Professional Awards -- 9th edition of the Japan Film Professional Awards
Wikipedia - 9th Parachute Division (Germany) -- German WWII airborne division
Wikipedia - 9th Parliament of British Columbia -- Legislative assembly of British Columbia from 1900 to 1903
Wikipedia - 9th Precinct, New York City Police Department -- NYPD precinct in lower Manhattan
Wikipedia - 9 to 5 (Dolly Parton song) -- Original song written and composed by Dolly Parton; theme song from the film "9 to 5"
Wikipedia - A-002 -- Third abort test of the Apollo spacecraft
Wikipedia - A1237 road -- Part of the ring road around York, England
Wikipedia - A1 Bulgaria -- Bulgarian telecommunications company
Wikipedia - A1 motorway (Extremadura) -- Motorway in Extremadura, Spain
Wikipedia - A24 (company) -- American entertainment company
Wikipedia - A 29-Cent Robbery -- 1910 film produced by the Thanhouser Company
Wikipedia - A3! -- Japanese life simulation mobile game
Wikipedia - A4 autoroute -- French expressway connecting Paris and Strasbourg
Wikipedia - A4e -- For-profit welfare-to-work company based in the United Kingdom
Wikipedia - A5 paper
Wikipedia - A Aa E Ee (2009 Tamil film) -- 2009 film by Sabapathy Dekshinamurthy
Wikipedia - AAA When Worlds Collide -- Professional wrestling pay-per-view event
Wikipedia - Aab-e-Gum railway station -- Railway station in Pakistan
Wikipedia - Aabpara Market
Wikipedia - Aabpara -- Pakistani commercial zone
Wikipedia - AACD-Servidor (Sao Paulo Metro) -- Sao Paulo Metro station
Wikipedia - Aa Chithrashalabham Parannotte -- 1970 film
Wikipedia - Aadat -- Pakistani television series
Wikipedia - Aadi Dampatulu -- 1986 film directed by Dasari Narayana Rao
Wikipedia - Aadipaapam -- 1979 film
Wikipedia - Aafia Siddiqui -- Pakistani neuroscientist and terrorist
Wikipedia - AA Films -- Indian film distribution company
Wikipedia - Aagam Prasad Bantawa Rai -- Nepalese communist politician
Wikipedia - Aag Aur Shola -- 1986 film by Kovelamudi Bapayya
Wikipedia - Aage Bertelsen -- Danish painter
Wikipedia - AAG TV -- Pakistani music channel
Wikipedia - Aahista Aahista -- 2014 Pakistani television series
Wikipedia - AAI Group of Companies -- Logistics company
Wikipedia - Aaj News -- Pakistani television news channel
Wikipedia - Aa Karaala Ratri -- 2018 film by Dayal Padmanabhan
Wikipedia - AAK (company) -- producer of Vegetable Oils and Fats
Wikipedia - Aalapot -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Aalborg Municipality -- Municipality in Nordjylland region of Denmark
Wikipedia - Aalippazhangal -- 1987 film
Wikipedia - Aalitaal Rural Municipality -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Aalorungi Arangorungi -- 1986 film by Chellappan
Wikipedia - Aalst, Belgium -- Municipality in Flemish Community, Belgium
Wikipedia - Aalu achar -- Nepali dish
Wikipedia - Aama (1964 film) -- 1964 Nepali film by Hira Singh Khatri
Wikipedia - Aama (2020 film) -- 2020 Nepali drama film
Wikipedia - Aam Aadmi Party (Pakistan) -- Political party in Pakistan
Wikipedia - Aam Aadmi Party -- Political party in India
Wikipedia - Aama, Nepal -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Aamchok -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Aamdani Atthanni Kharcha Rupaiya -- 2001 film by K. Raghavendra Rao
Wikipedia - Aameen Taqi Butt -- Pakistani golfer
Wikipedia - Aamer Farooq -- Pakistani jurist
Wikipedia - Aamer Hameed -- Pakistani cricketer (born 1954)
Wikipedia - Aamir Khan Productions -- Indian film production and distribution company
Wikipedia - Aamir Liaquat Hussain -- Pakistani television host and politician
Wikipedia - Aamir Zaki -- Pakistani musician
Wikipedia - A&D Wejchert & Partners Architects -- Architectural practice in Dublin, Ireland
Wikipedia - Aamtep -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Aananda Pokharel -- Nepalese politician
Wikipedia - Aanandham Paramaanandham -- 1977 film by I. V. Sasi
Wikipedia - Aanappaachan -- 1978 film
Wikipedia - Aana Valarthiya Vanampadi -- 1959 film
Wikipedia - Aanchal Sharma -- Nepali actress
Wikipedia - A and Others v National Blood Authority and Another -- Consumer law case involving claimants infected with hepatitis C
Wikipedia - Aa Neram Alppa Dooram -- 1985 film
Wikipedia - Aangal -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Aangan (novel) -- 1962 Pakistani Urdu novel by Khadija Mastoor
Wikipedia - Aangna -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Aangsarang -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Aankhibhui -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - A'annepada
Wikipedia - Aan Paavam (TV series) -- 2012 Indian Tamil-language television series
Wikipedia - Aan Paavam -- 1985 film
Wikipedia - Aanppipal -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - AapajM-CM-$rvi -- Lake in Finland
Wikipedia - Aa paleacea -- Species of orchid
Wikipedia - Aap Ki Parchhaiyan -- 1964 film
Wikipedia - Aaptar -- Former Village Development Committee in Nepal
Wikipedia - Aaradugula Bullet -- 2017 film by B. Gopal
Wikipedia - AAR Corp -- Aviation Support Company
Wikipedia - Aargau Southern Railway -- Former railway company in Switzerland
Wikipedia - Aarodum Parayaruthu -- 1985 film
Wikipedia - Aarohi Pandit -- Indian pilot
Wikipedia - Aaron and Margaret Parker Jr. House -- Farm house on US National Register of Historic Places
Wikipedia - Aaron Chatman -- Australian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Aaron Dixon -- American activist and former Black Panther captain
Wikipedia - Aaronel deRoy Gruber -- American painter, sculptor and photographer
Wikipedia - Aaron Gordian -- Mexican Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Aarong -- Bangladeshi department stores specializing in Bengali ethnic wear and handicrafts
Wikipedia - Aaron M. Prupas -- U.S. Air Force general
Wikipedia - Aaron Panofsky -- American sociologist of science
Wikipedia - Aaron Parchem -- American pair skater
Wikipedia - Aaron Pargas Ojeda -- Puerto Rican politician
Wikipedia - Aaron Parsons -- American astrophysicist
Wikipedia - Aaron Paul -- American actor
Wikipedia - Aaron Provincial Park -- provincial park in Ontario, Canada
Wikipedia - Aaron Sarmiento -- Spanish sailor
Wikipedia - Aaron's, Inc. -- American lease-to-own company
Wikipedia - Aaron's Party (Come Get It) (song) -- 2000 single by Aaron Carter
Wikipedia - Aaron's sign -- Referred pain in the epigastrium indicative of appendicitis
Wikipedia - Aaron Van Cleave -- German pair skater
Wikipedia - Aaron Wolf (judoka) -- Japanese judoka
Wikipedia - Aaron Zebede -- Panamanian actor
Wikipedia - Aaro Pakaslahti -- Finnish diplomat
Wikipedia - Aar Paar (1985 film) -- 1985 film
Wikipedia - Aaru Arbang -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Aaru Chanuate -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Aarupadai Veedu Medical College -- Medical college
Wikipedia - Aaru Pushpangal
Wikipedia - Aase Lundsteen -- Danish painter
Wikipedia - Aashiqui (2015 film) -- 2015 film by Ashok Pati
Wikipedia - Aashir Wajahat -- Pakistani actor and musician
Wikipedia - Aasia Ishaque -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Aas Ka Panchhi -- 1961 film
Wikipedia - Aasta Hansteen spar
Wikipedia - Aas (TV drama) -- Pakistani drama serial on TV One
Wikipedia - Aas (TV serial) -- Pakistani TV show
Wikipedia - Aathbisdandagaun -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Aathbiskot -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Aathi Parasakthi -- 1970 film
Wikipedia - Aathrai -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Aatish (TV series) -- Pakistani television series
Wikipedia - Aatpadi Nights -- 2019 Indian Marathi language romantic comedy film
Wikipedia - Aatxe (restaurant) -- Tapas bar and restaurant in San Francisco, California
Wikipedia - Aavi Kumar -- 2015 film by K. Kandeepan
Wikipedia - Aavin -- Food company in India
Wikipedia - Aavriti Choudhary -- Indian model and beauty pageant titleholder
Wikipedia - Aayal Tunia -- Village in Sindh Province, Pakistan
Wikipedia - Aayiram Roobai -- 1964 film by K. S. Gopalakrishnan
Wikipedia - Aayirathil Oruvan (1965 film) -- 1965 film by B. R. Panthulu
Wikipedia - Aayushi Dholakia -- Indian female pageant winner
Wikipedia - AB7 (railway carriage) -- Class of Swedish rail passenger car
Wikipedia - Abaciscus paucisignata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Abadi language -- Austronesian language spoken in Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - Abad, Kandiaro Taluka -- Village in Sindh Province, Pakistan
Wikipedia - Abad railway station -- Railway station in Pakistan
Wikipedia - Abahuza -- Political party in Burundi
Wikipedia - Abaid Ullah Baig -- | Pakistani politician from Gilgit-Baltistan
Wikipedia - A Balloon Site, Coventry -- Painting by Laura Knight
Wikipedia - Abaloparatide -- Pharmaceutical drug
Wikipedia - Abandoned (2001 film) -- 2001 film by Arpad Sopsits
Wikipedia - Aban Marker Kabraji -- Pakistani scientist
Wikipedia - Abano Mineral Lake Natural Monument -- Carbon dioxide effervescent lake in Kazbegi Municipality, Georgia
Wikipedia - Abaporu -- Brazillian painting
Wikipedia - Abar, the First Black Superman -- 1977 film by Frank Packard
Wikipedia - Abashiri Station -- Railway station in Abashiri, Hokkaido, Japan
Wikipedia - A Basket of Clams (Winslow Homer) -- Painting by Winslow Homer
Wikipedia - Abassia Rahmani -- Swiss Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - A Batalha do Passinho -- 2012 film directed by Emilio Domingos
Wikipedia - A Bathing Ape -- Japanese fashion brand
Wikipedia - A Battery, Honourable Artillery Company -- Horse artillery battery of the United Kingdom
Wikipedia - Abau Airport -- Airport in Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - Abaxis -- American medical technology company
Wikipedia - Abba Pantelewon
Wikipedia - Abbas Almosawi -- Bahraini painter
Wikipedia - Abbas ibn Abd al-Muttalib -- Paternal uncle of Muhammad (c.568-c.653)
Wikipedia - Abbas I's Kakhetian and Kartlian campaigns
Wikipedia - Abbas Moayeri -- Iranian-born sculptor and painter
Wikipedia - Abbas Papizadeh -- Iranian politician
Wikipedia - Abbas Town -- Town in Karachi, Pakistan
Wikipedia - Abbaye de Tamie -- A soft cheese made from unpasteurised cow's milk by the monks of Tamie Abbey
Wikipedia - Abbes Saidi -- Tunisian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Abbey Hill -- Civil parish in Milton Keynes, England
Wikipedia - Abbey of Saint Genevieve -- Monastery in Paris suppressed at the time of the French Revolution
Wikipedia - Abbey of Saint-Victor, Paris
Wikipedia - Abbey of St. Victor, Paris
Wikipedia - ABB Group -- Swedish-Swiss robotics and electrical equipment company
Wikipedia - Abbie Hunnisett -- British Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Abbo Cernuus -- Neustrian Benedictine monk and poet based in Paris (c.850-c.923)
Wikipedia - Abbot-Downing Company -- US coach and carriage builder
Wikipedia - Abbot Pass (Clackamas County, Oregon) -- Mountain Pass, Oregon Cascades, Mount Hood, Timothy Lake
Wikipedia - Abbotsford Police Department -- Canadian municipal police department
Wikipedia - Abbott Laboratories -- American global medical devices and health care products company
Wikipedia - Abbott Seamount -- A seamount lying within the Hawaiian-Emperor seamount chain in the northern Pacific Ocean
Wikipedia - Abb Takk News -- Urdu private Pakistani news channel
Wikipedia - AbbVie -- US pharmaceutical company
Wikipedia - Abbywinters.com -- Pornographic film production company and website
Wikipedia - ABC Australia (Southeast Asian TV channel) -- Asia-Pacific pay television channel
Wikipedia - ABCD line -- Series of embargoes against Japan beginning in 1940
Wikipedia - AbCellera -- Biotechnology company in Vancouver, Canada
Wikipedia - ABC (newspaper) -- Spanish newspaper
Wikipedia - ABCorp -- American printing company in Stamford, Connecticut
Wikipedia - Abd Al Aziz Awda -- Palestinian terror suspect wanted by the U.S.
Wikipedia - Abdali Medical Center -- First patient-centered care hospital in Jordan, located in Amman
Wikipedia - Abd al-Karim al-Jundi -- Syrian military officer and founding member of the Ba'ath Party's Military Committee (1932-1969)
Wikipedia - Abd Allah bin Tariq -- Companion of Muhammad
Wikipedia - Abd (Arabic) -- Part
Wikipedia - Ab Dekh Khuda Kya Karta Hai -- Pakistani television series
Wikipedia - Abdelghani Gtaib -- Moroccan Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Abdelillah Mame -- Moroccan Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Abdel Jabbar Dhifallah -- Tunisian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Abdellah Ez Zine -- Moroccan Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Abdellatif Baka -- Algerian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Abdel Razak al-Yehiyeh -- Palestine politician
Wikipedia - Abderrahim Zhiou -- Tunisian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Abderrahman Ait Khamouch -- Spanish Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Abdirahman Abdishakur Warsame -- Former Minister of National defence and International Cooperation ; Leader of Wadajir Party
Wikipedia - Abdol Hossein Khosrow Panah
Wikipedia - Abdollah Heidari Til -- Iranian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Abdolreza Jokar -- Iranian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Abdomen -- Part of the body between the chest and pelvis
Wikipedia - Abdominal pain
Wikipedia - Abdon Pamich -- Italian race walker
Wikipedia - Abdul Ahad Karzai -- Politician in Afghanistan and tribal leader of the Popalzais
Wikipedia - Abdul Akbar Chitrali -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Abdul-Aziz Abood -- Tanzanian Member of Parliament
Wikipedia - Abdulaziz Alpak -- Turkish weightlifter
Wikipedia - Abdul Aziz Wains -- Pakistani sports shooter
Wikipedia - Abdul Basit (diplomat) -- Pakistani diplomat
Wikipedia - Abdul Baten (Patuakhali politician) -- Bangladeshi politician
Wikipedia - Abdul Gaffar Billoo -- Pakistani philanthropist
Wikipedia - Abdul Gafoor Mahmud -- Bengal-Pakistani-Bangladeshi military officer
Wikipedia - Abdul Ghaffar (politician) -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Abdul Ghafoor Chaudhry -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Abdul Ghafoor Haideri -- Politician in Pakistan
Wikipedia - Abdul Ghani Butt -- Pakistani weightlifter
Wikipedia - Abdul Hafeez Shaikh -- Pakistani economist and politician
Wikipedia - Abdul Hai Arifi -- Pakistani Islamic scholar
Wikipedia - Abdul Hai Kakkar -- Pakistani journalist
Wikipedia - Abdul Hakeem Baloch -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Abdul Hakim railway station -- Railway station in Pakistan
Wikipedia - Abdul Hameed Chapra -- Pakistani journalist and activist
Wikipedia - Abdul Hameed Dogar -- Pakistani jurist
Wikipedia - Abdul Hameed (Pakistani politician) -- | Pakistani politician from Gilgit-Baltistan
Wikipedia - Abdul Hamid Khan (general) -- Pakistani general
Wikipedia - Abdul Hayi Dasti -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Abdul Hay Mosallam Zarara -- Palestinian artist
Wikipedia - Abdul Jabbar Bhatti -- Pakistani mountaineer, retired military officer
Wikipedia - Abdul Kadir Raden Temenggung Setia Pahlawan -- National Hero of Indonesia
Wikipedia - Abdul Karim Bepari -- Bangladeshi politician
Wikipedia - Abdul Karim Parekh
Wikipedia - Abdul Kerim Pasha -- Ottoman commander
Wikipedia - Abdul Khaleque (Assamese politician) -- Indian politician, Member of Parliament from Barpeta constituency
Wikipedia - Abdullah Buhari -- Ottoman court miniature painter
Wikipedia - Abdullah Ghafoor -- Pakistani weightlifter
Wikipedia - Abdullah Hayayei -- Emirati Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Abdullah Hussein (Pakistani writer) -- Pakistani novelist and short story writer
Wikipedia - Abdullah ibn Suhayl -- Companion (Sahabi) of Muhammad
Wikipedia - Abdullah ibn Umar -- Companion of Muhammad and Islamic Scholar
Wikipedia - Abdullahpur Kolar railway station -- Pakistani railway station
Wikipedia - Abdullah Qureshi (singer) -- Pakistani singer, songwriter, and musician.
Wikipedia - Abdullah Qureshi -- Pakistani activist
Wikipedia - Abdullah Ropari -- Islamic Scholar
Wikipedia - Abdullah Sultan Alaryani -- Emirati Paralympic sport shooter
Wikipedia - Abdullah Yusuf Azzam -- Palestinian Sunni Islamic scholar and theologian and founding member of al-Qaeda
Wikipedia - Abdul Latif Biswas -- East Pakistan politician
Wikipedia - Abdul Latif Romly -- Malaysian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Abdulmari Imao -- Filipino painter and sculptor
Wikipedia - Abdul Munim -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Abdul Qadeer Alvi -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Abdul Qadeer Khan -- Pakistani nuclear scientist
Wikipedia - Abdul Qadir Junejo -- Pakistani writer
Wikipedia - Abdul Qadir (Muslim leader) -- Muslim newspaper and magazine editor in British India
Wikipedia - Abdul Quddus Bizenjo -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Abdul Rashid (hurdler) -- Pakistani hurdler
Wikipedia - Abdul Rauf Azhar -- Pakistani Mujahedden leader/supreme commander/Jaish-e-Mohammed
Wikipedia - Abdul Rauf Khan -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Abdul Razak Dawood -- Pakistani politician and industrialist
Wikipedia - Abdul Razaque -- Pakistani computer scientist immigrant
Wikipedia - Abdul Raziq Bugti -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Abdur Rab Nishtar -- Pakistani politician and independence activist
Wikipedia - Abdur Rahim Khan -- Pakistan Air Force Officer (1925-1990)
Wikipedia - Abdur Rahman (Pakistani judge) -- Pakistani lawyer and judge
Wikipedia - Abdus Salam School of Mathematical Sciences -- University in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
Wikipedia - Abdus Shakoor (painter) -- painter from Bangladesh
Wikipedia - A. B. Earle -- American pastor
Wikipedia - Abekawa Station -- Railway station in Shizuoka, Japan
Wikipedia - Abel Azcona -- Spanish artist
Wikipedia - Abel Corbin -- American newspaper editor and financier
Wikipedia - Abel de Pujol -- French painter
Wikipedia - Abel Gongora -- Spanish animator and director
Wikipedia - Abelhaleem Hasan Abdelraziq Ashqar -- Palestinian Muslim activist
Wikipedia - Abellio ScotRail -- Dutch-owned national train operating company of Scotland
Wikipedia - Abel M-CM-^Avila -- Spanish Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Abelox -- 3rd-century BC noble from Hispania
Wikipedia - Abel Vazquez -- Spanish paralympic judoka
Wikipedia - Abe Martin (comic strip) -- American newspaper comic strip
Wikipedia - Abe Masayoshi -- Japanese daimyM-EM-^M
Wikipedia - AbemaTV -- Japanese video streaming website
Wikipedia - Abendroth Peak -- Palmer Land peak
Wikipedia - Abeng (newspaper) -- Weekly newspaper published in Jamaica
Wikipedia - Abe no Seimei -- Japanese painter
Wikipedia - Abeno Station -- Metro station in Osaka, Japan
Wikipedia - Abercrombie & Fitch -- American retail company
Wikipedia - Aberdeen North (UK Parliament constituency) -- Parliamentary constituency in the United Kingdom, 1885 onwards
Wikipedia - Aberdeen Pavilion -- Exhibition hall in Ottawa
Wikipedia - Aberdeen Promenade -- Waterfront park in Aberdeen, Hong Kong
Wikipedia - Aberford -- Village and civil parish near Leeds, West Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Aberlemno -- parish and small village in Angus, Scotland
Wikipedia - Abertis -- Spanish conglomerate corporation
Wikipedia - Abe-Star -- Japanese motorcycle model
Wikipedia - Abe Station -- Railway station in Yazu, Tottori Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - AbeyamakM-EM-^Men Station -- Railway station in Kitakyushu, Japan
Wikipedia - Abhakara Kiartivongse monument, Pattaya -- Monument in Pattaya, Thailand
Wikipedia - Abhidhamma PiM-aM-9M--aka -- Primary theology of Buddhist doctrine, the third part of the Tripitaka
Wikipedia - Abhimanyu Dattatray Pawar -- Indian politician
Wikipedia - Abhinavano Rasavichar -- 1969 book by [[Nagindas Parekh]]
Wikipedia - Abhirawa -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Abhishek Pallava -- Indian police officer
Wikipedia - Abhishek Pictures -- Indian film distribution company
Wikipedia - Abhishek Pratap Shah -- Nepali politician
Wikipedia - Abida Bibi -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Abid Ali Kazi -- Pakistani cricket statistician and historian
Wikipedia - Abida Muhammad Azeem -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Abida Parveen -- Pakistani singer
Wikipedia - Abid Hassan Minto -- Pakistani lawyer, politician, critic (born 1932)
Wikipedia - Abid Hussain Bhayo -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Abid Sher Ali -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Abies lasiocarpa -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Abigail (band) -- Japanese band
Wikipedia - Abigail Spanberger -- U.S. Representative from Virginia
Wikipedia - Abigail's Party
Wikipedia - Abiki Station -- Railway station in Kasai, HyM-EM-^Mgo Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - AbikochM-EM-^M Station -- Railway station in Osaka, Japan
Wikipedia - Abikomae Station -- Railway station in Osaka, Japan
Wikipedia - Abiko Station (Chiba) -- Railway station in Abiko, Chiba Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Abiko Station (Osaka) -- Metro station in Osaka, Japan
Wikipedia - Abilene paradox
Wikipedia - AB InBev -- Belgian-Brazilian multinational beverage and brewing company
Wikipedia - Abinger -- Civil parish in Mole Valley, Surrey, England
Wikipedia - Ab initio multiple spawning -- Method in quantum chemistry
Wikipedia - Abionic -- Swiss medical technology company
Wikipedia - Abira Station -- Railway station in Abira, Hokkaido, Japan
Wikipedia - A Bird in Flight -- Bird-like geometric patterns introduced by mathematical artist Hamid Naderi Yeganeh
Wikipedia - ABISMO -- Japanese remotely operated underwater vehicle for deep sea exploration
Wikipedia - Abistamenes -- 4th-century BC satrap of Cappadocia
Wikipedia - Abkhaz neopaganism
Wikipedia - Ab Khel Jamay Ga -- Pakistan Super League 2017 official anthem
Wikipedia - Ab Khel Ke Dikha -- Pakistan Super League 2016 official anthem
Wikipedia - Ab Khud Kuch Karna Paray Ga -- 2010 single by Atif Aslam and Strings
Wikipedia - Abla -- Place in Andalusia, Spain
Wikipedia - Able Newspaper -- US monthly journal
Wikipedia - Ableton -- Music software company
Wikipedia - Able UK -- British industrial services company
Wikipedia - AbM-CM-.me -- A vertical shaft in karst terrain that may be very deep and usually opens into a network of subterranean passages
Wikipedia - AbM-EM-+ JaM-JM-?far al-GhafiqM-DM-+ -- Andalusian (Spain) Arab botanist, pharmacologist, physician, and scholar
Wikipedia - A.B.M. Ruhul Amin Howlader -- Bangladeshi politician and Member of Parliament
Wikipedia - Abner Dubic -- Haitian painter
Wikipedia - Abohar-Jodhpur-Bathinda Passenger -- Train in India
Wikipedia - Abolish Self Government Coalition -- Defunct political party in Australia
Wikipedia - Abolish the Welsh Assembly Party -- Welsh political party
Wikipedia - Abolition of Income Tax and Usury Party
Wikipedia - Abomasum -- Fourth and final stomach compartment in ruminants
Wikipedia - Abono Partylist -- Political party in the Philippines
Wikipedia - Aboobaker Osman Mitha -- Pakistani general
Wikipedia - Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Act 2003 -- Queensland Parliament act
Wikipedia - Aboriginal Land Rights Act 1976 -- Act of the Parliament of Australia, first in the country to recognise the Aboriginal system of land ownership
Wikipedia - Aboriginal Lands Trust Act 1966 -- Act of the Parliament of South Australia, the first major recognition of Aboriginal land rights in Australia
Wikipedia - Aboriginal Tent Embassy -- Permanent protest occupation in Canberra representing the rights of Aboriginal Australians
Wikipedia - Abortion Legislation Act 2020 -- Act of Parliament in New Zealand
Wikipedia - Aboshi Station -- Railway station in Himeji, HyM-EM-^Mgo Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - ABOUTAsia Travel -- Cambodian travel company
Wikipedia - About Time (book) -- Essay by Paul Davies
Wikipedia - About You (company) -- German online retailer
Wikipedia - Above and Beyond (1952 film) -- 1952 film by Melvin Frank and Norman Panama
Wikipedia - Above Diamond -- Large giant sequoia tree in Sequoia National Park, California
Wikipedia - Above the fold -- Top section of the front page of a newspaper or website
Wikipedia - Ab ovo (painting) -- Painting by Paul Klee
Wikipedia - A Boyar Wedding Feast -- Painting by Konstantin Makovsky
Wikipedia - Abozaki Station -- Railway station in Unzen, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - ABP Group -- Indian media company
Wikipedia - Abra-Catastrophe -- Three-part special in the third season of ''The Fairly OddParents''
Wikipedia - Abra de Ilog -- Municipality of the Philippines in the province of Occidental Mindoro
Wikipedia - Abra del Acay -- Mountain pass in Argentina
Wikipedia - Abraham Aboab -- 13th century Spanish Jewish aristocrat
Wikipedia - Abraham Accords -- A tripartite statement by the US, Israel, and the UAE
Wikipedia - Abraham Acevedo -- Paraguayan judoka
Wikipedia - Abraham Capadose -- Dutch physician and writer
Wikipedia - Abraham Castanho -- Spanish poet
Wikipedia - Abraham Chavez Theatre -- Concert hall in El Paso, Texas
Wikipedia - Abraham Cheruiyot Tarbei -- Kenyan Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Abraham Constantin -- Swiss enamel painter
Wikipedia - Abraham Guillen -- Spanish author, economist and educator
Wikipedia - Abraham ibn Daud -- 12th century Spanish astronomer, historian and philosopher
Wikipedia - Abrahaminte Santhathikal -- 2018 Indian film directed by Shaji Padoor
Wikipedia - Abraham Isaac Kook -- First Ashkenazi chief rabbi of the British Mandatory Palestine
Wikipedia - Abraham Levy-Bacrat -- Spanish rabbi
Wikipedia - Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historical Park -- National Historical Park in LaRue County, Kentucky, U.S.
Wikipedia - Abraham Lincoln's patent -- Invention to lift boats, by the President
Wikipedia - Abraham-Louis-Rodolphe Ducros -- Swiss painter, watercolourist and engraver
Wikipedia - Abraham Malpan
Wikipedia - Abraham M-CM-^Angel -- Mexican painter
Wikipedia - Abraham Obaretin -- Nigerian Paralympic powerlifter
Wikipedia - Abraham Pais Prize for History of Physics -- Annual prize recognizes outstanding scholarly achievements in the history of physics
Wikipedia - Abraham Pais -- Dutch-American physicist and science historian
Wikipedia - Abraham Palatnik -- Brazilian artist
Wikipedia - Abraham Palmer -- American behavior geneticist
Wikipedia - Abraham Serving the Three Angels -- 1646 painting by Rembrandt
Wikipedia - Abraham -- Biblical patriarch
Wikipedia - Abraham Willet -- Dutch art collector and amateur painter
Wikipedia - Abraham Yakin -- Israeli painter
Wikipedia - Abrakebabra Investments -- Irish fastfood franchise company
Wikipedia - Abranovce -- municipality of Slovakia
Wikipedia - Abrar-ul-Haq -- Pakistani politician, philanthropist, and singer-songwriter
Wikipedia - Abraxas pantaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Abri Pataud -- Cave and archaeological site in France
Wikipedia - ABRIXAS -- Space-based German X-ray telescope
Wikipedia - Abroad in Japan -- A Japan-focused YouTube channel
Wikipedia - Abrolhos Marine Park -- Australian marine park in the South-west Marine Parks network
Wikipedia - Abronia cuetzpali -- Species of lizard, Anguidae family
Wikipedia - A Bronx Tale (play) -- one man show by Chazz Palminteri
Wikipedia - Abro (serial) -- Pakistani television series
Wikipedia - Abrostola tripartita -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Abrotanella papuana -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Abrotanella patearoa -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Abrotanella spathulata -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Absalonsgade -- Street in Copenhagen Municipality, Denmark
Wikipedia - Abscission -- The shedding of various parts of an organism
Wikipedia - Absinthiana -- The accoutrements surrounding the drink absinthe and its preparation
Wikipedia - Absolute geometry -- Geometry without the parallel postulate
Wikipedia - Abso Lutely Productions -- American television production company
Wikipedia - Absolute space and time -- Theoretical foundation of Newtonian mechanics
Wikipedia - Absolute space
Wikipedia - Absolute time and space
Wikipedia - Absorption law -- An identity linking a pair of binary operations
Wikipedia - Abstract factory pattern
Wikipedia - Abstract particularity
Wikipedia - Abstract Speed + Sound -- painting by Giacomo Balla
Wikipedia - Abstract Wiener space
Wikipedia - Abstraktes Bild (809-1) -- 1994 painting by Gerhard Richter
Wikipedia - Ab Tak Chhappan 2 -- 2015 film
Wikipedia - Ab Tak Chhappan -- 2004 film by Shimit Amin
Wikipedia - AB Thulinverken -- Swedish aircraft company
Wikipedia - Abt Ichishiro Station -- Railway station in Kawanehon, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Abt Sportsline -- Motor racing company
Wikipedia - Abu Ayyub al-Ansari -- Companion and the stand-bearer of the Islamic prophet Muhammad
Wikipedia - Abu Bakar Royal Mosque -- Mosque in Pekan, Pahang, Malaysia
Wikipedia - Abu Bakr -- First Muslim Caliph and the best friend/companion of the Prophet Muhammad
Wikipedia - Abu Dhabi National Oil Company -- State-owned oil company
Wikipedia - Abu Hussain Sarkar -- Bengali politician and Chief Minister of East Pakistan (1894-1969)
Wikipedia - Abukuma Station -- Railway station in Marumori, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Abul K. Abbas -- American pathologist
Wikipedia - Abul Kalam Azad Siddiqui -- Bangladesh Nationalist Party Politician
Wikipedia - Abul Khair Kashfi -- Pakistani linguist, poet, teacher
Wikipedia - Abul Lais Siddiqui -- Pakistani scholar
Wikipedia - Abumi (stirrup) -- Japanese traditional stirrup
Wikipedia - Abuna Theophilos -- 20th-century Patriarch of Ethiopia
Wikipedia - Abundances of the elements (data page)
Wikipedia - Abundant Nigeria Renewal Party -- Political party in Nigeria
Wikipedia - A Bundle of Asparagus -- 1880 painting by Manet
Wikipedia - Abune Mathias -- 21st-century Patriarch of Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church
Wikipedia - Abune Merkorios -- 20th and 21st-century Patriarch of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church
Wikipedia - Abune Paulos
Wikipedia - Abu Nidal -- Palestinian militant, founder of Fatah (1937-2002)
Wikipedia - Abura-akago -- Japanese yM-EM-^Mkai
Wikipedia - Aburadako -- Japanese noise punk band
Wikipedia - Aburaden Station -- Railway station in Tonami, Toyama Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aburahi Station -- Railway station in KM-EM-^Mka, Shiga Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aburakawa Station -- Railway station in Aomori, Aomori Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Abura kiri -- Japanese kitchen utensil
Wikipedia - Abura-sumashi -- Japanese folklore
Wikipedia - Aburatsu Station -- Railway station in Nichinan, Miyazaki Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Abu Reza Fazlul Haque Bablu -- Bangladesh Nationalist Party Politician And Lawyer
Wikipedia - Abuse Reporting Format -- Standard spam report format
Wikipedia - Abusuapanin Judas -- Ghanaian Actor & Comedian
Wikipedia - Abu Ubaidah ibn al-Jarrah -- Companion of Muhammad and Military leader
Wikipedia - Abyan campaign (March-August 2015) -- Campaign of the Yemeni Civil War
Wikipedia - A Cabinet of Curiosities (painting) -- Painting by Frans Francken the Younger
Wikipedia - Acacia aneura var. macrocarpa -- Variety of shrub or small tree
Wikipedia - Acacia enterocarpa -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Acacia euthycarpa -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Acacia papyrocarpa -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Acacia paradoxa -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Acacia paraneura -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Acacia pruinocarpa -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Acacia Theatre Company
Wikipedia - Academia Ecuatoguineana de la Lengua EspaM-CM-1ola -- Equatoguinean language regulator of Spanish
Wikipedia - Academia Ecuatoriana de la Lengua -- Ecuadorian language regulator of Spanish
Wikipedia - Academia EspaM-CM-1ola de la Radio -- Spanish institution with aims of promoting Spanish radio
Wikipedia - Academia Europaea -- Pan-European academy of sciences
Wikipedia - Academia PuertorriqueM-CM-1a de la Lengua EspaM-CM-1ola -- Puerto Rican language regulator of Spanish
Wikipedia - Academic art -- Style of painting and sculpture
Wikipedia - Academic grading in Japan -- Academic grading system in Japan
Wikipedia - Academic quarter (year division) -- Division of the academic year into four parts
Wikipedia - Academie Julian -- Art school in Paris, France
Wikipedia - Academi -- American private military company
Wikipedia - Academy of Notre Dame -- Catholic preparatory school
Wikipedia - Acadia Healthcare -- American healthcare company
Wikipedia - Acadia National Park -- National park in the US state of Maine
Wikipedia - Acadia Pharmaceuticals -- Pharmaceutical company, which developed Nuplazid, based in San Diego, California.
Wikipedia - Acai na tigela -- Brazilian dessert made from acai palm fruit
Wikipedia - Acai palm -- Palm tree with many uses, mainly fruit as cash crop
Wikipedia - Acalypha padifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Acamptopappus -- Genus of flowering plants in the family Asteraceae
Wikipedia - Acanthocephala -- A phylum of parasitic thorny-headed worms
Wikipedia - Acanthochondria cornuta -- Species of parasitic copepod
Wikipedia - Acanthocobitis pavonacea -- Species of fish
Wikipedia - Acanthomyrmex padanensis -- Species of ant
Wikipedia - Acanthostichus hispaniolicus -- Extinct species of ant
Wikipedia - Acanthus of Sparta -- 8th-century BC Greek athlete
Wikipedia - A Caprice of Pompadour -- 1931 film
Wikipedia - Acariasis -- Parasitic ectoparasitic infectious disease caused by mites
Wikipedia - A Cavalier -- 1657 painting by Frans van Mieris the Elder
Wikipedia - A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada
Wikipedia - A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada -- Indian spiritual teacher and the founder-preceptor of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (1896-1977)
Wikipedia - ACCA: 13-Territory Inspection Dept. -- Japanese manga series
Wikipedia - Accel (company) -- Venture capital firm
Wikipedia - Accelerated failure time model -- Parametric model in survival analysis
Wikipedia - Accelerated Mobile Pages -- Open source HTML framework optimised for mobile web browsing
Wikipedia - Accelerating expansion of the Universe
Wikipedia - Accelerating expansion of the universe
Wikipedia - AccentHealth -- Healthcare media company
Wikipedia - Accent (sociolinguistics) -- Manner of pronunciation peculiar to a particular individual, location, or nation
Wikipedia - Accenture -- Ireland-based multinational consulting company
Wikipedia - Access Advance -- Patent licensing company
Wikipedia - Access Communications -- Canadian communications company
Wikipedia - Access (company)
Wikipedia - Accessibility without Exclusion -- Disability rights political party in Costa Rica
Wikipedia - Accessible Media Inc. -- Canadian non-profit media company
Wikipedia - Access Industries -- American conglomerate holding company
Wikipedia - Access key -- Keyboard shortcut allowing a user to jump to a specific part of a web page via the keyboard, definable through the HTML accesskey attribute
Wikipedia - Access network -- Part of a telecommunication network
Wikipedia - Accessory spleen -- Small nodule found apart from the main body of the spleen
Wikipedia - Accessory visual structures -- External parts of the eye including eyebrow, eyelid, and lacrimal apparatus
Wikipedia - Access to information -- Ability for an individual to seek, receive, and impart information effectively
Wikipedia - Accidental Racist -- Song performed by Brad Paisley
Wikipedia - Accion Comunal -- Panama political movement (1923-1932)
Wikipedia - Acclamation (Papal elections)
Wikipedia - Accolade (company)
Wikipedia - Accolade -- Central act in the rite of passage ceremonies conferring knighthood
Wikipedia - Accompaniment -- Musical parts which provide the rhythmic and/or harmonic support for the melody or main themes of a song or instrumental piece
Wikipedia - Accoona -- Internet search engine company
Wikipedia - A. C. Cooper -- British department store
Wikipedia - Accordion (GUI) -- Expandable GUI element containing vertically stacked list of items
Wikipedia - Accord (Nigeria) -- Political party in Nigeria
Wikipedia - AccorHotels Arena -- Indoor sports arena and concert hall in Paris
Wikipedia - Accor -- French hospitality company
Wikipedia - Accounts receivable -- Claims for payment held by a business
Wikipedia - Accra Daily Mail -- Newspaper
Wikipedia - Accretion (astrophysics) -- The accumulation of particles into a massive object by gravitationally attracting more matter
Wikipedia - Accuracy paradox -- flaw of binary classification
Wikipedia - Accurate News and Information Act -- A statute passed by the Legislative Assembly of Alberta, Canada, in 1937
Wikipedia - AccuSystems -- American company
Wikipedia - Acea (company) -- Italian utility company
Wikipedia - ACEC (company)
Wikipedia - Acelya TopaloM-DM-^_lu -- Turkish actress
Wikipedia - AceMedia -- Content Management Software Package
Wikipedia - ACE model -- Statistical model used to separate phenotypic variance into three components
Wikipedia - Ace of Diamond -- Japanese manga series and its adaptations
Wikipedia - Ace of Spades: Bad Destiny -- 2012 film
Wikipedia - Ace of Spades (serial) -- 1925 film
Wikipedia - Ace of spades -- Playing card
Wikipedia - Ace Parker -- American athlete and coach
Wikipedia - ACE Rent a Car -- American car rental company
Wikipedia - Acer paxii -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - A Certain Magical Index -- Japanese light novel series
Wikipedia - A Certain Scientific Railgun S -- Japanese anime series
Wikipedia - ACG Education -- New Zealand-based education company
Wikipedia - A.C.G.T -- Japanese animation studio
Wikipedia - Achadas da Cruz -- civil parish in Porto Moniz
Wikipedia - Achadinha -- civil parish in Nordeste
Wikipedia - Achalgadh -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Achanum Bappayum -- 1972 film
Wikipedia - Acharavadee Wongsakon -- Thai lay Buddhist teacher who teaches Techo Vipassana Meditation
Wikipedia - Achatocarpaceae -- Family of plants
Wikipedia - Ache people -- Indigenous people of Paraguay
Wikipedia - A Chess Dispute -- 1903 film by Robert W. Paul
Wikipedia - Achham 1 (constituency) -- A parliamentary constituency in Nepal
Wikipedia - Achham 2 (constituency) -- A parliamentary constituency in Nepal
Wikipedia - Achille Beltrame -- Italian painter and illustrator
Wikipedia - Achille Campanile
Wikipedia - Achille Deveria -- French painter
Wikipedia - Achilleion (Corfu) -- Palace in Greece
Wikipedia - Achille Lauro hijacking -- 1985 hijacking of Italian MS Achille Lauro by four Palestine Liberation Front members off the coast of Egypt
Wikipedia - Achille Paroche -- French sport shooter
Wikipedia - Achilles and Patroclus
Wikipedia - Achintya Holte Nilsen -- Miss World Indonesia 2017, Indonesian supermodel, singer, greenpeace activist and beauty pageant titleholder
Wikipedia - ACH Network -- United States electronic payment network
Wikipedia - Achtung Panzer: Kharkov 1943 -- 2010 real-time strategy video game
Wikipedia - Achyut Patwardhan
Wikipedia - Acianthera angustisepala -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Acianthera chionopa -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Acianthera odontotepala -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Acid (band) -- Japanese rock band
Wikipedia - Acid-free paper -- A type of paper used for preservation
Wikipedia - Acid house party -- Type of illegal party typically staged in warehouses in 1987-1989
Wikipedia - Acid Tests -- LSD experiments/parties in the 1960s
Wikipedia - Acinetobacter parvus -- Species of bacterium
Wikipedia - A City Sparrow -- 1920 film
Wikipedia - A Civil War (book) -- 1991 book by Claudio Pavone
Wikipedia - ACI Worldwide -- American payment systems company
Wikipedia - Acke M-CM-^Eslund -- Swedish painter
Wikipedia - Ackley Lake State Park -- Park in Montan, USA
Wikipedia - Acko General Insurance -- Insurance company in India
Wikipedia - Acla -- Human settlement in Panama
Wikipedia - A Clean Break: A New Strategy for Securing the Realm -- A policy report prepared for the Israeli prime minister in 1996
Wikipedia - Acleris napaea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - A Clinical Lesson at the SalpM-CM-*triere -- 1887 painting by Andre Brouillet
Wikipedia - A Close Shave -- 1995 animated short film directed by Nick Park
Wikipedia - ACM Conference on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency
Wikipedia - ACME Communications -- American TV broadcasting company
Wikipedia - Acme Corporation -- Fictional company featured in Looney Tunes cartoons
Wikipedia - Acomb, North Yorkshire -- Village and civil parish in North Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - AcompaM-CM-1ame A Estar Solo -- 2005 single by Ricardo Arjona
Wikipedia - Aco (musician) -- Japanese singer
Wikipedia - Aconcagua mummy -- Incan capacocha mummy of a seven-year-old boy, dated to around 1500 AD
Wikipedia - A Connecticut Party -- Political party in Connecticut
Wikipedia - Acopa carina -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Acoran Hernandez -- Spanish weightlifter
Wikipedia - Acorns (company) -- American financial technology company
Wikipedia - Acoso y derribo -- Spanish traditional equestrian sport
Wikipedia - Acoustic Dance Party -- 1994 album by Toad the Wet Sprocket
Wikipedia - Acoustic paramagnetic resonance
Wikipedia - Acoustic seabed classification -- The partitioning of a seabed acoustic image into discrete physical entities or classes
Wikipedia - Acoustic space -- An acoustic environment in which sound can be heard by an observer
Wikipedia - ACPI Encyclopaedia of Philosophy
Wikipedia - Acqua Panna -- Brand of bottled water
Wikipedia - Acquitted (1916 film) -- 1916 film by Paul Powell
Wikipedia - Acreage Holdings -- US Cannabis company
Wikipedia - A Cricket in Times Square -- Four-piece rock band formed in College Park, Maryland in 2000
Wikipedia - A Crime in Paradise -- 2001 film by Jean Becker
Wikipedia - A Critique of Pure Tolerance -- 1965 book by Robert Paul Wolff, Barrington Moore Jr., and Herbert Marcuse
Wikipedia - Acrobasis repandana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Acrocercops nebropa -- Species of insect
Wikipedia - Acromegaly -- Human disease that results in excess growth of certain parts of the body
Wikipedia - Acronis -- Swiss technology company specializing in backup and disaster recovery software and services
Wikipedia - Acropolis Entertainment -- Indian film production company
Wikipedia - Across the Pacific (1926 film) -- 1926 film
Wikipedia - Across the Pacific -- 1942 film
Wikipedia - Acrostic -- Writing in which the first letter, syllable or word of each line, paragraph or other recurring feature in the text spells out a word or a message
Wikipedia - Acrosyntaxis rhyparastis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Acrotatus II -- 3rd-century BC Spartan king
Wikipedia - Acrylic paint -- Water resistant paint type
Wikipedia - Acrylic retarder -- Substance added to acrylic paints
Wikipedia - AC Sparta Praha (cycling team) -- Czech cycling team
Wikipedia - Act 22 of 2012 -- 2012 law passed as an effort that wealthy investors relocate to Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Actaea pachypoda -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Actaea podocarpa -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Actas -- Japanese animation studio
Wikipedia - Actavis -- Global pharmaceutical company
Wikipedia - Actelion -- Swiss biopharmaceutical company
Wikipedia - Acteon Group (company) -- Subsea services company in Norwich, England
Wikipedia - Actes et Paroles
Wikipedia - Actes et paroles
Wikipedia - Act for the Settlement of Ireland 1652 -- English law that punished participants in the Irish Rebellion of 1641
Wikipedia - Action and Renewal Movement -- Political party in the Republic of the Congo
Wikipedia - Action at Barfleur -- Part of the battle of Barfleur-La Hougue
Wikipedia - Action Coalition for Thailand -- Thai political party
Wikipedia - Action Committee for Renewal -- Political party in Togo
Wikipedia - Action Congress of Nigeria -- Political party
Wikipedia - Action Democratic Party (Nigeria) -- Political party in Nigeria
Wikipedia - Action for Renewal of Chad -- Political party in Chad
Wikipedia - Action Front for Renewal and Development -- Political party in Benin
Wikipedia - Action hero -- Archetypal protagonist of action-genre fiction
Wikipedia - Action (newspaper) -- British newspaper(s) associated with fascism
Wikipedia - Action of 6 May 1801 -- 1801 naval battle between Spanish and British ships
Wikipedia - Action of Faial -- naval engagement during the Anglo-Spanish War
Wikipedia - Action Packed Adventure -- album by Yaggfu Front
Wikipedia - Action Painting II -- 1984 painting by Mark Tansey
Wikipedia - Action painting
Wikipedia - Action Park -- American amusement park in New Jersey
Wikipedia - Action Party for Development -- Political party in the Central African Republic
Wikipedia - Action Party (Morocco) -- Political party in Morocco
Wikipedia - Actions along the Matanikau -- Battles during the Guadalcanal campaign in WWII
Wikipedia - ActionSA -- South African political party
Wikipedia - Act! (Italy) -- Italian political party
Wikipedia - Active Advance Pro Wrestling -- Japanese professional wrestling promotion and training facility
Wikipedia - Active and passive transformation -- Distinction between meanings of Euclidean space transformations
Wikipedia - ActiveCampaign -- American software company
Wikipedia - Active duty -- Full-time occupation within a military force
Wikipedia - Active galactic nucleus -- Compact region at the center of a galaxy that has a much-higher-than-normal luminosity
Wikipedia - Active Raid -- Japanese anime television series
Wikipedia - Active record pattern
Wikipedia - Active Server Pages
Wikipedia - Activision Blizzard Studios -- American film and television production company
Wikipedia - Activision Blizzard -- American video game company
Wikipedia - ACT New Zealand -- New Zealand political party
Wikipedia - ActNow Theatre -- South Australian theatre company
Wikipedia - Act of Canonical Communion with the Moscow Patriarchate
Wikipedia - Act of Independence of Central America -- Declaration of independence from Spain
Wikipedia - Act of Parliament
Wikipedia - Act on Product Safety of Electrical Appliances and Materials -- Law governing electrical appliance safety in Japan
Wikipedia - Act-On -- American software company
Wikipedia - Actopan River -- river in Mexico
Wikipedia - Actors of the Comedie-Francaise -- painting by French artist Jean-Antoine Watteau
Wikipedia - Actors Studio Drama School at Pace University -- Graduate program for the theater arts
Wikipedia - Acts of Reparation to the Virgin Mary
Wikipedia - Acts of reparation
Wikipedia - Acts of Union 1707 -- Acts of Parliament creating the United Kingdom of Great Britain
Wikipedia - Acts of Union 1800 -- acts of the Parliaments of Great Britain and Ireland which united those two Kingdoms
Wikipedia - Actuarial Society of South Africa HIV/AIDS models -- Actuarial mathematical models used in assessing the impact of the epidemic in South Africa
Wikipedia - Acuant -- Technology services company
Wikipedia - Acupalpus -- Genus of beetles
Wikipedia - Acura MDX -- Japanese crossover SUV
Wikipedia - Acura TSX -- Compact executive car
Wikipedia - Acu River (Parana) -- River in Brazil
Wikipedia - Acute muscle soreness -- Muscle pain during exercise
Wikipedia - Acute posterior multifocal placoid pigment epitheliopathy -- Eye disease causing lesions in retina
Wikipedia - Ada Apa Dengan Cinta? 2 -- 2016 film directed by Riri Riza
Wikipedia - Adachi-Odai Station -- Railway station in Tokyo, Japan
Wikipedia - Adachi Station -- Railway station in Nihonmatsu, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Ada Colau -- Spanish politician
Wikipedia - Adaina atahualpa -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Adaina parainvida -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Ada I. Pastore -- Argentinian botanist (1906-1952)
Wikipedia - Adaja -- River in Spain
Wikipedia - Adalbert Eledui -- Palauan politician
Wikipedia - Adalbert Stifter -- Austrian writer, poet, painter, and pedagogue
Wikipedia - Adalpahari railway station -- Railway station in West Bengal
Wikipedia - Adam and Eve (Baldung) -- Paintings by Hans Baldung
Wikipedia - Adam and Eve (Cranach) -- 1528 paintings by Lucas Cranach the Elder
Wikipedia - Adam Arkapaw -- Australian cinematographer
Wikipedia - Adam Bakri -- Palestinian actor
Wikipedia - Adam Bleakney -- American Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Adam Clayton Powell Sr. -- American pastor in Harlem (1865-1953)
Wikipedia - Adam Cvijanovic -- American painter (born 1960)
Wikipedia - Adam Eberle -- German painter
Wikipedia - Adam Forepaugh -- American circus owner
Wikipedia - Adam GerM-EM- -- Polish painter
Wikipedia - Adam Hamilton (pastor) -- 20th and 21st-century American pastor
Wikipedia - Adam Jankowski -- Austrian painter
Wikipedia - Adam Jezierski -- Polish-Spanish actor
Wikipedia - Adam Klugman -- American media strategist and campaign consultant
Wikipedia - Adam Paljov -- Serbian politician
Wikipedia - Adam Pallin -- American record producer
Wikipedia - Adam Parr -- British businessman
Wikipedia - Adam Parvipontanus
Wikipedia - Adam Pascal -- American actor, singer, and musician
Wikipedia - Adam Paul Harvey -- British actor
Wikipedia - Adam Pawlikowski -- Polish film actor
Wikipedia - Adam Resurrected -- 2008 film directed by Paul Schrader
Wikipedia - Adams Lake State Park -- Park in Ohio, USA
Wikipedia - Adams-Onis Treaty -- Treaty between the United States and Spain, ceding Florida to the U.S. (1819)
Wikipedia - Adams Park (Omaha, Nebraska) -- Municipal park in Omaha, Nebraska
Wikipedia - Adams Seamount -- A submarine volcano above the Pitcairn hotspot in the central Pacific Ocean
Wikipedia - Adam Steltzner -- American aerospace engineer
Wikipedia - Adam Walker (British politician) -- Chairman of the British National Party
Wikipedia - AdamWorks -- American engineering company
Wikipedia - Adanchuli -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Adani Green Energy -- Indian renewable energy company
Wikipedia - Adani Transmission Limited -- Electric power transmission company
Wikipedia - Adan Zapata -- Mexican rapper
Wikipedia - Ada Perkins -- Puerto Rican pageant titleholder
Wikipedia - Adapter pattern
Wikipedia - Adaptive partition scheduler
Wikipedia - Adaro Chirta -- 1935 Spanish trainer aircraft
Wikipedia - Adaro Energy -- Indonesian company
Wikipedia - Ada Rowley Moody -- British Liberal Party politician
Wikipedia - Adarsha Kotwal -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Adastral Park
Wikipedia - Ad Astra per Aspera (manga) -- Japanese manga series
Wikipedia - Adastria Mito Arena -- Indoor arena in Mito, Ibaraki, Japan
Wikipedia - Ada Thilen -- Finnish painter
Wikipedia - A Daughter of Luxury -- 1922 film by Paul Powell
Wikipedia - Adavi Ramudu (2004 film) -- 2004 film directed by B. Gopal
Wikipedia - Adavukal Pathinettu -- 1978 film
Wikipedia - A Day in the Park with Barney -- Show at Universal Studios Florida
Wikipedia - Adcock Ingram -- South African pharmaceutical company
Wikipedia - Ad-Dawhah (municipality) -- Municipality in Qatar
Wikipedia - Addepalli Ramamohana Rao
Wikipedia - Addicted to Love (song) -- 1986 single by Robert Palmer
Wikipedia - Addiko Bank -- Austrian banking and financial services company
Wikipedia - AddikTV -- Canadian French-language pay tV channel
Wikipedia - Addington Palace -- Mansion in Addington in Greater London, England
Wikipedia - Addis Admass -- Ethiopian Amharic-language newspaper
Wikipedia - Addis Fortune -- Newspaper
Wikipedia - Addison Lee -- London private hire taxi company
Wikipedia - Addison Motor Company -- British automobile
Wikipedia - Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, Inc.
Wikipedia - Addison-Wesley Publishing Company
Wikipedia - Addled Parliament -- James I of England's parliament of 1614
Wikipedia - Addo Elephant National Park Marine Protected Area -- A marine conservation area in the Eastern Cape in South Africa
Wikipedia - Addo Elephant National Park -- A diverse wildlife conservation park near Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape, South Africa
Wikipedia - Address space layout randomization
Wikipedia - Address space
Wikipedia - Adducted thumb syndrome -- Rare genetic disease affecting palate, thumbs, and upper limbs
Wikipedia - Adeel Ahmed (politician) -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Adeel Hussain -- Pakistani actor
Wikipedia - Adeem Younis -- English-Pakistani entrepreneur and humanitarian
Wikipedia - Adekundo Adesoji -- Nigerian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Adela Cantalapiedra -- Spanish television presenter
Wikipedia - Adela Cortina -- Spanish philosopher
Wikipedia - Adela Galiana -- Spanish writer and poet
Wikipedia - Adelaide Park Lands -- Parks in Adelaide
Wikipedia - Adelaide Pereira da Silva -- Brazilian composer and painter
Wikipedia - Adelantado -- Title held by Spanish nobles in service of their respective kings during the Middle Ages
Wikipedia - Adela paludicolella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Adela pantherellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Adelardo Covarsi -- Spanish painter
Wikipedia - Adela Ruiz de Royo -- Spanish-born Panamanian mathematics academic
Wikipedia - Adeleorina -- Suborder of microscopic, spore-forming, single-celled parasites in the aplcomplex phylum
Wikipedia - Adele Parkhurst -- American singer
Wikipedia - Adele Passy-Cornet -- German opera singer
Wikipedia - Adele Racheli -- Italian engineer, patent office owner
Wikipedia - Adele Rautenstrauch -- German patron of the arts and donor
Wikipedia - Adele Sammartino -- Italian psychologist and beauty pageant titleholder
Wikipedia - Adelfa Calvo -- Spanish actress
Wikipedia - Adelina Covian -- Spanish painter
Wikipedia - Adelina Gonzalez -- Spanish sailor
Wikipedia - Adeline Canac -- French pair skater
Wikipedia - Adeline Dumapong -- Filipina Paralympic powerlifter
Wikipedia - Adelino da Palma Carlos -- Portuguese politician
Wikipedia - Adella M. Parker -- American politician, suffragist, lawyer, journalist, botanist and botanical collector
Wikipedia - Adel Mechaal -- Spanish athlete
Wikipedia - Adelphia Communications Corporation -- Former American cable television company
Wikipedia - Adenanthos M-CM-^W pamela -- Naturally occurring hybrid of A. detmoldii and A. obovatus in Western Australia
Wikipedia - Adenodolichos paniculatus -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Aden Ridge -- Part of an active oblique rift system in the Gulf of Aden, between Somalia and the Arabian Peninsula
Wikipedia - Adentro Cojutepeque -- 1942 song by Francisco Palaviccini
Wikipedia - ADESS AG -- German racecar constructor (company)
Wikipedia - AdExtent -- Israeli software company
Wikipedia - Ad extirpanda
Wikipedia - Adeyinka Gladys Falusi -- Nigerian parasitologist
Wikipedia - Adform -- Danish digital advertising technology company
Wikipedia - Adger Cowans -- American photographer and painter
Wikipedia - Adguri -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Adhagappattathu Magajanangalay -- 2017 Indian Tamil-language comedy drama film
Wikipedia - Adhemarius palmeri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Adherent point -- An point that belongs to the closure of some give subset of a topological space.
Wikipedia - Adhesive bonding -- Joining technique used in manufacture and repair
Wikipedia - Adhesive capsulitis of the shoulder -- Painful disease restricting movement
Wikipedia - Adhikarichaur -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Adhipathi -- 2001 film by Ravi Raja Pinisetty
Wikipedia - Adiaratou Iglesias Forneiro -- Spanish athletics competitor
Wikipedia - Adidas Runtastic -- Austrian mobile fitness company
Wikipedia - Adient -- American automotive parts manufacturer
Wikipedia - Adieu Bonaparte -- 1985 film
Wikipedia - Adieu Paris -- 2013 film
Wikipedia - Adil Omar -- Pakistani musician
Wikipedia - Adina M-HM-^Zutulan-M-HM-^Xotropa -- Romanian biathlete
Wikipedia - Adios pampa mia -- 1946 film
Wikipedia - Adi Parashakti -- Primordial Goddess in Hinduism
Wikipedia - Adi Parva
Wikipedia - Adipati Dolken -- Indonesian actor
Wikipedia - Adirondack Beverages -- American beverage company
Wikipedia - Adirondack guideboat -- rowboat style particular to the Adirondacks, USA
Wikipedia - Adirondack Park -- part of forest preserve in northeastern USA
Wikipedia - Adisa Azapagic -- Chemical engineer
Wikipedia - A Dispatch from Reuters -- 1940 film by William Dieterle
Wikipedia - A Dissertation on Liberty and Necessity, Pleasure and Pain
Wikipedia - Aditi Chengappa -- Indian actress
Wikipedia - Aditi Pant
Wikipedia - Aditi Paul -- Indian playback singer
Wikipedia - Aditi Technologies -- American IT company
Wikipedia - Aditya Birla Fashion and Retail -- Indian clothing retail company
Wikipedia - Aditya Music -- Indian music company
Wikipedia - Aditya Pancholi -- Indian film actor, producer and playback singer
Wikipedia - A Division of the Spoils -- 1975 book by Paul Scott
Wikipedia - Adjectival noun (Japanese)
Wikipedia - Adjective -- Part of speech that describes a noun or pronoun
Wikipedia - Adjuntas, Puerto Rico -- Town and municipality in Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Adjusted Service Rating Score -- System used by US Army at the end of WWII to determine which soldiers were eligible to be repatriated to the US
Wikipedia - Adjustment Day -- Book by Chuck Palahniuk
Wikipedia - Adline Castelino -- Indian model and beauty pageant titleholder
Wikipedia - Adlington, Lancashire -- Town and civil parish in Lancashire, England
Wikipedia - Adlumia fungosa -- Species of flowering plants in the poppy family Papaveraceae
Wikipedia - ADM (company) -- American food processing and commodities trading corporation
Wikipedia - Administrador de Infraestructuras Ferroviarias -- Operator of most of Spain's railway infrastructure
Wikipedia - Administration of Muslim Law Act -- Statute of the Parliament of Singapore
Wikipedia - Administration of the Patrimony of the Apostolic See
Wikipedia - Administrative Palace, Satu Mare -- Building in Romania
Wikipedia - Administrative units of Pakistan -- Provinces and territories under the administrative authority of Pakistan
Wikipedia - Admiral Farragut Academy -- College preparatory school, United States
Wikipedia - Admiral Group -- Motor insurance company
Wikipedia - Admiral (Pakistan) -- Highest rank in Pakistan navy
Wikipedia - Admiral's Men -- 16th/17th-century English playing company
Wikipedia - Admiralty Experimental Station -- Research department of the British Admiralty
Wikipedia - Admiralty Islands campaign -- Series of WWII battles
Wikipedia - Admittance parameters -- Properties of an electrical network in terms of a matrix of ratios of currents to voltages
Wikipedia - Adnan Ahmed (politician) -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Adnan Malik -- Pakistani actor
Wikipedia - Adnan Pachachi -- Iraqi politician, diplomat and Foreign Minister (1923-2019)
Wikipedia - Adnan Shah Tipu -- Pakistani actor
Wikipedia - Adnan Siddiqui -- Pakistani actor
Wikipedia - Adnan Yousoof -- Pakistani sailor
Wikipedia - Adobe Flores -- historic house in South Pasadena, California
Wikipedia - Adobe Inc. -- American multinational computer software company
Wikipedia - Adobe PageMaker
Wikipedia - Adobe PageMill -- HTML editor software
Wikipedia - Adobe Spark
Wikipedia - Ado Endoh -- Japanese actress
Wikipedia - Adogawa Station -- Railway station in Takashima, Shiga Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - A Dog in Space -- 1966 film by Antonio Roman, Antonio del Amo
Wikipedia - Adolescent medicine -- Medical subspecialty that focuses on care of patients who are in the adolescent period of development
Wikipedia - Adolf Busemann -- German aerospace engineer
Wikipedia - Adolf Dahle -- German painter
Wikipedia - Adolf Des Coudres -- German landscape painter
Wikipedia - Adolf Humborg -- Austrian painter
Wikipedia - Adolfine Mary Ryland -- British sculptor, painter, and printmaker
Wikipedia - Adolf Kosarek -- Czech painter
Wikipedia - Adolf Michael Boehm -- Austrian painter and graphic artist
Wikipedia - Adolf Mosengel -- German painter
Wikipedia - Adolfo CofiM-CM-1o -- Spanish art director
Wikipedia - Adolfo Farsari -- Italian photographer based in Yokohama, Japan (1841 - 1898)
Wikipedia - Adolfo Gutierrez Arenas -- Spanish cellist
Wikipedia - Adolfo Nicolas -- Spanish Roman Catholic priest
Wikipedia - Adolfo Pajares -- Spanish politician
Wikipedia - Adolfo Pinheiro (Sao Paulo Metro) -- Sao Paulo Metro station
Wikipedia - Adolfo Rincon de Arellano Garcia -- Spanish politician
Wikipedia - Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas Airport -- International airport serving Madrid, Spain
Wikipedia - Adolfo Suarez -- Prime Minister of Spain (1976-1981)
Wikipedia - Adolf Pabst
Wikipedia - Adolf Pascher -- Czechoslovak botanist
Wikipedia - Adolf Pavlovich Yushkevich
Wikipedia - Adolf Schrodter -- German painter and illustrator
Wikipedia - Adolf von Rauch (born 1798) -- German paper manufacturer
Wikipedia - Adolf Waldinger -- Croatian painter
Wikipedia - Adolph Artz -- Dutch painter and collector
Wikipedia - Adolph Coors Company -- Former holding company
Wikipedia - Adolphe Alexandre Lesrel -- French painter
Wikipedia - Adolphe Feder -- French painter
Wikipedia - Adolphe-Felix Cals -- French painter
Wikipedia - Adolphe Monticelli -- French painter
Wikipedia - Adolph F. Meyer -- American pastor
Wikipedia - Adolph John Paschang
Wikipedia - Adolph Tidemand -- Norwegian painter (1814-1876)
Wikipedia - Adolphustown -- Former township now part of Greater Napanee, Ontario, Canada
Wikipedia - Adonit -- Consumer electronics company
Wikipedia - Adoor Gopalakrishnan -- Indian film director (born 1941)
Wikipedia - Adoor Prakash -- Indian politician and Member of Parliament, Lok Sabha
Wikipedia - Adopt-a-Highway -- Environmental and promotional campaign
Wikipedia - Adoption -- Legal provision for transference of legal parentage
Wikipedia - Adoration of the Christ Child (Lippi, Prato) -- Painting by Filippo Lippi
Wikipedia - Adoration of the Christ Child (Lotto, Krakow) -- 1508 painting by Lorenzo Lotto
Wikipedia - Adoration of the Christ Child (Lotto, Washington) -- 1523 painting by Lorenzo Lotto
Wikipedia - Adoration of the Christ Child (Uccello) -- c. 1430s fresco by Paolo Uccello
Wikipedia - Adoration of the Christ Child with Saint Jerome, Saint Mary Magdalene and Saint Eustace -- c. 1436 panel painting by Paolo Uccello
Wikipedia - Adoration of the Magi (Biscaino) -- painting by Bartolomeo Biscaino
Wikipedia - Adoration of the Magi (Castello) -- painting by Valerio Castello
Wikipedia - Adoration of the Magi (Cesare da Sesto) -- Painting by Cesare da Sesto in the National Museum of Capodimonte, Naples
Wikipedia - Adoration of the Magi (Leonardo) -- Unfinished painting by Leonardo da Vinci
Wikipedia - Adoration of the Magi (Stom) -- Painting series by Matthias Stom
Wikipedia - Adoration of the Magi (Veronese) -- Painting by Paolo Veronese
Wikipedia - Adoration of the Shepherds (Crivelli) -- Painting by Carlo Crivelli
Wikipedia - Adoration of the Shepherds (Lotto) -- painting by Lorenzo Lotto
Wikipedia - Adoration of the Shepherds (Santafede) -- Painting by Fabrizio Santafede in the National Museum of Capodimonte, Naples
Wikipedia - Adoration of the Shepherds (Savoldo) -- Painting by Girolamo Savoldo
Wikipedia - Adoration of the Shepherds (Signorelli) -- Painting by Luca Signorelli
Wikipedia - Adoration of the Shepherds (Stom) -- Painting series by Matthias Stom
Wikipedia - Adoration of the Shepherds -- Part of the nativity story and common subject in Christian art
Wikipedia - Adoration of the Shepherds with Saints Nazarius and Celsus -- Painting by Moretto da Brescia
Wikipedia - A dos Francos -- Civil parish of Caldas da Rainha, Portugal
Wikipedia - ADP (company)
Wikipedia - AD+PD -- Maltese political party
Wikipedia - Ad Petri Cathedram -- 1959 papal encyclical of pastoral character
Wikipedia - A Dream of Passion -- 1978 film
Wikipedia - Adriaan de Lelie -- Dutch painter
Wikipedia - Adriaan van 't Hoff -- Dutch painter
Wikipedia - Adriaen Brouwer -- Belgian painter
Wikipedia - Adriaen Hanneman -- Dutch Golden Age painter
Wikipedia - Adriaen van de Velde -- Dutch painter and engraver
Wikipedia - Adriaen van Eemont -- Dutch Golden Age painter
Wikipedia - Adriaen van Gaesbeeck -- Dutch painter
Wikipedia - Adriaen van Ostade -- Dutch painter
Wikipedia - Adrian A. Husain -- Pakistani poet
Wikipedia - Adriana Johanna Haanen -- Dutch painter
Wikipedia - Adriana Lastra -- Spanish politician
Wikipedia - Adriana Maldonado Lopez -- Spanish politician
Wikipedia - Adriana Martin (archer) -- Spanish archer
Wikipedia - Adriana Ozores -- Spanish actress
Wikipedia - Adriana Paniagua -- Miss Nicaragua 2018, contestant in Miss Universe 2018
Wikipedia - Adriana quadripartita -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Adriana Torrebejano -- Spanish actress
Wikipedia - Adriana Vega -- Spanish actress
Wikipedia - Adrian Barbon -- Spanish politician
Wikipedia - Adrian Chafer -- Spanish singer, songwriter and producer
Wikipedia - Adrian de Alesio -- Peruvian painter and poet
Wikipedia - Adrian Diaz -- Spanish ice dancer
Wikipedia - Adrian Dingle (artist) -- Canadian painter and comic book cartoonist
Wikipedia - Adrian Grogan -- Australian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Adrian Lowe -- Australian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Adrian Martin -- Spanish motorcycle racer
Wikipedia - Adrianne Palicki -- American actress
Wikipedia - Adriano Baracchini Caputi -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Adriano Costa -- Brazilian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Adriano Dominguez -- Spanish actor
Wikipedia - Adriano Paroli -- Italian politician
Wikipedia - Adrian Otaegui -- Spanish golfer
Wikipedia - Adrian Pagan -- Australian economist
Wikipedia - Adrian Parker -- British modern pentathlete
Wikipedia - Adrian Parr -- Australian philosopher
Wikipedia - Adrian Pasdar -- American actor and director
Wikipedia - Adrian Paz Velazquez -- Mexican Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Adrian Popa -- Hungarian weightlifter
Wikipedia - Adrian Ramsay -- Former Deputy Leader of the Green Party of England and Wales
Wikipedia - Adrianus Zwart -- Dutch painter
Wikipedia - Adrian Valles (pole vaulter) -- Spanish pole vaulter
Wikipedia - Adrian Vicente -- Spanish taekwondo practitioner
Wikipedia - Adri Arnaus -- Spanish golfer
Wikipedia - Adriatic campaign of 1807-1814 -- Campaign in the Napoleonic Wars
Wikipedia - Adri Bleuland van Oordt -- Dutch painter and illustrator
Wikipedia - Adrien Arcand -- Canadian Nazi sympathizer
Wikipedia - Adrien Bas -- French painter
Wikipedia - Adrien Dauzats -- French painter (1804-1868)
Wikipedia - Adrien Karbowsky -- French painter
Wikipedia - Adrien Lavieille -- French painter
Wikipedia - Adrienne Jouclard -- French painter
Wikipedia - Adrienne King -- American actor, dancer and painter
Wikipedia - Adrienne (painting) -- by Gustave Van de Woestyne
Wikipedia - Adrien Payn -- French novelist and playwright
Wikipedia - Adriopea pallidata -- Genus of beetles
Wikipedia - AdS/CFT correspondence -- Duality between theories of gravity on anti-de Sitter space and conformal field theories
Wikipedia - Adukkan Entheluppam -- 1986 film directed by Jeassy
Wikipedia - Adullam-France Park -- National Park and Nature Reserve in Israel
Wikipedia - Adult adoption -- Legal provision for transference of legal parentage of an adult
Wikipedia - Adultery (novel) -- 2014 novel by Brazilian author Paulo Coelho
Wikipedia - Adurbad-e Mahrspandan
Wikipedia - Adu -- 2020 Spanish film
Wikipedia - Advaita Guru Parampara -- traditional list historical teachers of Advaita Vedanta
Wikipedia - Advaita Parivara -- succession of disciples descending from SrM-DM-+ Advaita M-DM-^@carya
Wikipedia - Advaita Vedanta -- school of Hindu philosophy; a classic path to spiritual realization
Wikipedia - Advance against royalties -- Advance payment made for intellectual property licensing
Wikipedia - Advance Australia -- Disambiguation page
Wikipedia - Advance Auto Parts -- American auto parts retailer
Wikipedia - Advanced Composition Explorer -- NASA scientific satellite to study energetic particles
Wikipedia - Advanced Drainage Systems -- Drainage product company based in Hillard, Ohio, US
Wikipedia - Advanced driver-assistance systems -- Electronic systems that help the vehicle driver while driving or during parking
Wikipedia - Advanced Electric Propulsion System -- A spacecraft propulsion system by NASA
Wikipedia - Advanced Land Observation Satellite -- Japanese satellite launched in 2006
Wikipedia - Advanced Materials and Processes Research Institute -- Research laboratory in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh in India
Wikipedia - Advanced Micro Devices -- American multinational semiconductor company
Wikipedia - Advanced Packaging Tool
Wikipedia - Advanced Passenger Train
Wikipedia - Advanced Telescope for High Energy Astrophysics -- European X-ray space observatory
Wikipedia - Advanced Turbine Engine Company
Wikipedia - Advancement Unification Party -- Defunct centre-right political party in South Korea
Wikipedia - Advance Publications -- American media company
Wikipedia - Advances in Space Research
Wikipedia - AdvanSix -- American chemical company
Wikipedia - Advantest -- Japanese integrated circuit testing equipment manufacturer
Wikipedia - Advent calendar -- Special calendar used to count the days of Advent in anticipation of Christmas
Wikipedia - Adventure Consultants -- Adventure travel company
Wikipedia - Adventure in Paradise -- 1970 film
Wikipedia - Adventure in Paris -- 1936 film
Wikipedia - Adventure Island (water park) -- Water park located northeast of Tampa, Florida from Busch Gardens Tampa
Wikipedia - Adventureland (Disney) -- Themed area in Disney theme parks
Wikipedia - Adventureland (Iowa) -- Amusement park
Wikipedia - Adventureland (New York) -- Amusement park in East Farmingdale, New York, U.S.
Wikipedia - Adventure Park, Geelong -- Amusement and water park in Wallington, Victoria, Australia
Wikipedia - Adventure Park, Kollam
Wikipedia - Adventures of Rusty -- 1945 film by Paul Burnford
Wikipedia - Adventure Wonderland -- Theme park in Hurn, Dorset, England
Wikipedia - Adventure World (amusement park) -- Amusement park in Australia
Wikipedia - Advertising agency -- Business creating advertisements and/or placing them in third-party media publications
Wikipedia - Advertising campaign
Wikipedia - Advertising Space -- 2005 single by Robbie Williams
Wikipedia - Advertising -- Form of communication for marketing, typically paid for
Wikipedia - Advice (opinion) -- Relayed to another person, group or party often offered as a guide to action and/or conduct
Wikipedia - A.D. Vision -- American entertainment company
Wikipedia - Advisory Committee on Dangerous Pathogens -- UK-wide governmental advisory committee
Wikipedia - AdvoCare -- American multi-level marketing company
Wikipedia - Adwa Pan-African University -- university in Adwa, Tigray, Ethiopia
Wikipedia - AEBN -- Internet pornography company
Wikipedia - Aecon -- Canadian construction company
Wikipedia - Aegean Sea -- Part of the Mediterranean Sea between the Balkanian and Anatolian peninsulas
Wikipedia - Aegialus -- Former coastal town in ancient Paphlagonia
Wikipedia - Aegipan -- Ancient Greek mythological figure
Wikipedia - Aegis Defence Services -- British private military company
Wikipedia - AEi Systems -- Engineering Company
Wikipedia - Aekamba -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Aelbrecht Bouts -- Flemish painter (c.1452-1549)
Wikipedia - Aelia Paetina -- Second wife of Roman emperor Claudius
Wikipedia - Aemilia pagana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aemilia peropaca -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aeneads -- In Roman mythology, the friends, family and companions of Aeneas
Wikipedia - Aenictus pachycerus -- Species of ant
Wikipedia - Aenictus spathifer -- Species of ant
Wikipedia - AEON (company) -- Japanese company
Wikipedia - Aeque principaliter
Wikipedia - AerCap -- Aircraft leasing company
Wikipedia - Aerie (clothing retailer) -- Intimate apparel brand of American Eagle Outfitters
Wikipedia - Aer Lingus -- Flag-carrier and second-largest airline of Ireland; part of International Airlines Group
Wikipedia - Aero Asia International -- Defunct Pakistani airline
Wikipedia - Aerodrom Municipality, Skopje -- Municipality of Northern Macedonia
Wikipedia - Aeroflot Flight 7841 -- Soviet passenger flight involved in a 1985 aviation accident
Wikipedia - Aeronautica Industrial S.A. -- Spanish aeronautical company
Wikipedia - Aeronautical and Astronautical Research Laboratory -- Aerospace engineering research facility in Ohio, US
Wikipedia - Aeronautics -- Science involved with the study, design, and manufacturing of airflight-capable machines
Wikipedia - Aeroperlas -- Defunct Panamanian regional airline
Wikipedia - Aerosol-generating procedure -- Medical or health-care procedure that produces airborne particles
Wikipedia - Aerosol mass spectrometry -- Application of mass spectrometry to aerosol particles
Wikipedia - Aerosol -- Suspension of fine solid particles or liquid droplets in air or another gas
Wikipedia - Aerospace Data Facility-Colorado -- Satellite ground station operated by the U.S. National Reconnaissance Office
Wikipedia - Aerospace Data Facility-Southwest -- Satellite ground station operated by the U.S. National Reconnaissance Office
Wikipedia - Aerospace Engineering
Wikipedia - Aerospace engineering
Wikipedia - Aerospace engineer
Wikipedia - Aerospace Force of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps -- Air warfare branch of Iran's Revolutionary Guard
Wikipedia - Aerospace Industries Association
Wikipedia - Aerospace industry
Wikipedia - Aero Spacelines Pregnant Guppy -- Outsize cargo conversion of the Boeing 377 Stratocruiser
Wikipedia - Aero Spacelines Super Guppy -- Turboprop conversion and enlarged version of outsize cargo carrier Pregnant Guppy
Wikipedia - Aero Spacelines -- 1960s aircraft manufacturer in the United States
Wikipedia - Aerospace Medical Association -- A professional organization in aviation, space, hyperbaric and environmental medicine
Wikipedia - Aerospace Research Systems, Inc -- American Aerospace Company
Wikipedia - Aerospace
Wikipedia - Aerospatiale Alouette III -- Light helicopter family by Sud Aviation, later Aerospatiale
Wikipedia - Aerospatiale Dauphin -- Series of helicopters manufactured in France
Wikipedia - Aerospatiale Gazelle -- Light helicopter, French, 1973-present
Wikipedia - Aerospatiale N 262 -- Regional airliner
Wikipedia - Aerospike (company) -- Technology company based in Mountain View, California, US
Wikipedia - Aerostar Airport Holdings -- Company that operates and manages the Luis MuM-CM-1oz Marin International Airport
Wikipedia - Aero Sudpacifico -- Mexican regional airline
Wikipedia - Aeros Virtuoso -- Ukrainian paraglider
Wikipedia - Aerotech Consumer Aerospace -- Aerospace Company
Wikipedia - Aerotecnica -- Spanish aircraft manufacturer
Wikipedia - AerSale -- Aviation Company
Wikipedia - Aert de Gelder -- Dutch painter
Wikipedia - Aertex -- British clothing company based in Manchester, established in 1888, also the name of the original textile manufactured by the company
Wikipedia - Aeschremon disparalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aestivation (botany) -- Positional arrangement of the parts of a flower within a flower bud before it has opened
Wikipedia - AET (company) -- Singaporean shipping company
Wikipedia - Aeterni Patris Filius
Wikipedia - Aeterni Patris
Wikipedia - Aethiopian Sea -- The name given to the southern part of the Atlantic Ocean in classical geographical works
Wikipedia - AEW All Out -- All Elite Wrestling pay-per-view series
Wikipedia - AEW Double or Nothing -- All Elite Wrestling pay-per-view series
Wikipedia - AEW Full Gear -- All Elite Wrestling pay-per-view series
Wikipedia - AEW Fyter Fest -- All Elite Wrestling pay-per-view series
Wikipedia - AEW Revolution -- All Elite Wrestling pay-per-view series
Wikipedia - A Faithful Soldier of Pancho Villa -- 1967 film
Wikipedia - Afamasaga Rico Tupai -- Samoan politician
Wikipedia - Afar Liberation Front -- Political party in Ethiopia
Wikipedia - A Farm -- Painting by Joos de Momper
Wikipedia - Afar Revolutionary Democratic Unity Front -- Political party in Ethiopia
Wikipedia - Afawa Cave -- Karst cave in Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - AF+BG theorem -- About algebraic curves passing through all intersection points of two other curves
Wikipedia - Afcons Infrastructure -- Indian construction and engineering company
Wikipedia - Affair of the Sausages -- Event that sparked the Reformation in Zurich
Wikipedia - A. F. Ferguson & Co. -- Pakistani accounting firm
Wikipedia - Affiche Rouge -- Vichy propaganda poster
Wikipedia - Affies Park -- Cricket ground
Wikipedia - Affine group -- Group of all affine transformations of an affine space
Wikipedia - Affine hull -- Smallest affine subspace that contains a subset
Wikipedia - Affine plane (incidence geometry) -- Euclidean space of dimension 2 that is axiomatically defined
Wikipedia - Affine space -- Geometric structure that generalizes the Euclidean space
Wikipedia - Affine variety -- Algebraic variety defined within an affine space
Wikipedia - Affinity space -- Place of shared learning
Wikipedia - Affirm (company)
Wikipedia - Affliction Entertainment -- Defunct US-based MMA promotion company
Wikipedia - Affonso Celso Pastore -- Brazilian economist
Wikipedia - Afghan (ethnonym) -- Historic term for ethnic Pashtun people
Wikipedia - Afghan-German Trading Company -- German trading company
Wikipedia - Afghanistan-Pakistan barrier -- Border barrier being constructed by Pakistan at the Durand Line
Wikipedia - Afghanistan-Pakistan relations -- Diplomatic relations between the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Wikipedia - Afghanistan Papers -- Internal documents about the US war in Afghanistan
Wikipedia - Afghanistan Times Daily -- English language newspaper in Afghanistan
Wikipedia - Afia Salam -- Pakistani journalist
Wikipedia - Afif Safieh -- Palestinian diplomat
Wikipedia - A Fine Companion -- 1633 play written by Shackerley Marmion
Wikipedia - AFI's 100 Years...100 Passions -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - Afiya Shehrbano Zia -- Pakistani feminist researcher, writer and activist
Wikipedia - A flor de piel (TV series) -- Spanish-language telenovela
Wikipedia - A Foozle at the Tee Party -- 1915 film
Wikipedia - Afore Rural LLG -- Local-level government in Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - Afra and Tobia Scarpa -- Italian architects
Wikipedia - Afrah Gomdi -- Tunisian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Afrancesado -- Francophile of Spain and Portugal
Wikipedia - Afrasiab Khattak -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Afrasiab Mehdi Hashmi -- Pakistani diplomat and author
Wikipedia - Africa Cuff Title -- German World War II campaign award
Wikipedia - Africa Magic -- Pay TV channel
Wikipedia - Africa Morocco Link -- Ferry company
Wikipedia - Africa Muslim Party -- Political party in South Africa
Wikipedia - African Academy of Languages -- Pan-African organization for the harmonization of Africa's languages
Wikipedia - African Action Congress -- Political party in Nigeria
Wikipedia - African-American Shakespeare Company -- Theatre company in San Francisco
Wikipedia - African Change Academy -- Political party in South Africa
Wikipedia - African cherry -- Disambiguation page
Wikipedia - African Christian Democratic Party -- Political party in South Africa
Wikipedia - African Company of Merchants -- Chartered company operating in the British gold coast
Wikipedia - African Congress of Democrats -- Political party from South Africa
Wikipedia - African Content Movement -- Political party from South Africa
Wikipedia - African Covenant -- Political party from South Africa
Wikipedia - African Democratic Change -- Political party from South Africa
Wikipedia - African Democratic Congress -- Political party in Nigeria
Wikipedia - African Democratic Party of Guinea -- Political party in Guinea
Wikipedia - African Democratic Rally (Burkina Faso) -- Political party in Burkina Faso
Wikipedia - African Forum for Reconstruction -- Political party in Gabon
Wikipedia - African Independent Congress -- Political party from South Africa
Wikipedia - Africanist (Spain) -- Proponents of strong involvement of Spain in Africa
Wikipedia - African Leadership Academy -- Premier Pan-African high school in South Africa
Wikipedia - African leopard -- Leopard subspecies
Wikipedia - African Liberation Forces of Mauritania -- Paramilitary organization in Mauritania
Wikipedia - African Mantungwa Community -- Political party in South Africa
Wikipedia - African Methodist Episcopal Church -- Predominantly African-American Christian denomination
Wikipedia - African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church -- Predominantly African American Christian denomination
Wikipedia - African Movement for Development and Progress -- Political party in Benin
Wikipedia - African National Congress -- Political party in South Africa
Wikipedia - African Office Worker -- Japanese manga series
Wikipedia - African palm swift -- Species of bird
Wikipedia - African Party for the Independence of Cape Verde -- Political party in Cape Verde
Wikipedia - African Party for the Independence of Guinea and Cape Verde -- Political party in Guinea-Bissau
Wikipedia - African Party for the Independence of the Masses -- Political party in Senegal
Wikipedia - African People's Convention -- Political party in South Africa
Wikipedia - African People's Socialist Party -- Far-left pan-Africanist organization in the United States
Wikipedia - African Peoples Union -- Political party in Cameroon
Wikipedia - African plum -- Disambiguation page
Wikipedia - African Regroupment Party - Renewal -- Political party in Senegal
Wikipedia - African Regroupment Party - Senegal -- Political party in Senegal
Wikipedia - African Renaissance Unity Party -- Political party from South Africa
Wikipedia - African river martin -- A migratory passerine bird of the swallow family
Wikipedia - African Security Congress -- South African political party
Wikipedia - African Slave Trade Patrol
Wikipedia - African Solidarity for Democracy and Independence -- Political party in Mali
Wikipedia - African Transformation Movement -- South African political party (e. 2019)
Wikipedia - African trypanosomiasis -- Parasitic disease
Wikipedia - African Union Passport -- Common passport document for citizens of African Union member states
Wikipedia - African United Democratic Party -- Eswatini political party
Wikipedia - Africa Star -- UK military campaign medal for WW2
Wikipedia - Africa United (2010 film) -- 2010 film by Deborah Gardner-Paterson
Wikipedia - Africell Uganda -- Ugandan telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Africell -- West African telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Afridi -- Farsi tribe mostly present in Pakistan
Wikipedia - Afrikan Alliance of Social Democrats -- Political party from South Africa
Wikipedia - Afrikaner Party
Wikipedia - Afrikaner self-determination Party -- South African far-right political party
Wikipedia - AfriMusic Song Contest -- Panafrican song contest
Wikipedia - Afro@Digital -- 2002 film by Balufu Bakupa-Kanyinda
Wikipedia - A Front Page Story -- 1922 film by Jess Robbins
Wikipedia - Afro-Panamanians -- Racial or ethnic group in Panama with African ancestry
Wikipedia - Afroscoparia -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Afroza Parveen -- Bangladeshi author
Wikipedia - AFRY -- Swedish design and consulting company
Wikipedia - Afshan Qureshi -- Pakistani actress
Wikipedia - Aftab Iqbal -- Pakistani journalist
Wikipedia - Aftab Jehangir -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Aftab Shaban Mirani -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - After Dark (Asian Kung-Fu Generation song) -- 2007 single by the Japanese band Asian Kung-Fu Generation
Wikipedia - After Hours (manga) -- Japanese manga series
Wikipedia - Afterlost -- Japanese mobile game and anime series
Wikipedia - Aftermarket (merchandise) -- Market for replacement parts, upgrade and maintenance original equipment
Wikipedia - After Party (Don Toliver song) -- 2020 single by Don Toliver
Wikipedia - Afterparty (video game) -- 2019 video game
Wikipedia - After School Dice Club -- Japanese manga series
Wikipedia - After the Bath (Renoir) -- 1867 painting by Pierre-Auguste Renoir
Wikipedia - After the Deluge (painting) -- Symbolist oil painting by English artist George Frederic Watts
Wikipedia - After the Rain (manga) -- Japanese manga series
Wikipedia - Afua Adwo Jectey Hesse -- Ghanaian paediatric surgeon
Wikipedia - Afun Station -- Former railway station in Mashike, Hokkaido, Japan
Wikipedia - Afzaal Ahmed -- Pakistani cricketer and umpire
Wikipedia - Afzal Baig -- Pakistani athlete
Wikipedia - Afzal Tauseef -- Pakistani writer, columnist (1936-2014)
Wikipedia - Afzal Upal
Wikipedia - Aga Bereho language -- Papuan language
Wikipedia - Agaho Station -- Railway station in Himeji, HyM-EM-^Mgo Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Against All Odds (2005) -- 2005 Total Nonstop Action Wrestling pay-per-view event
Wikipedia - Against All Odds (2006) -- 2006 Total Nonstop Action Wrestling pay-per-view event
Wikipedia - Against All Odds (2007) -- 2007 Total Nonstop Action Wrestling pay-per-view event
Wikipedia - Against All Odds (2008) -- 2008 Total Nonstop Action Wrestling pay-per-view event
Wikipedia - Against All Odds (2009) -- 2009 Total Nonstop Action Wrestling pay-per-view event
Wikipedia - Against All Odds (2010) -- 2010 Total Nonstop Action Wrestling pay-per-view event
Wikipedia - Against All Odds (2011) -- 2011 Total Nonstop Action Wrestling pay-per-view event
Wikipedia - Against All Odds (2012) -- 2012 Total Nonstop Action Wrestling pay-per-view event
Wikipedia - Against Empathy: The Case for Rational Compassion
Wikipedia - Against Empathy -- 2016 book by psychologist Paul Bloom
Wikipedia - Against the Murderous, Thieving Hordes of Peasants -- 1525 pamphlet by Martin Luther
Wikipedia - Again to Carthage -- Novel by John L. Parker, Jr.
Wikipedia - Aga Khan University -- University in Karachi, Pakistan, with campuses in various countries
Wikipedia - Agamont Park -- Public park in Bar Harbor, Maine
Wikipedia - Agam Singh Giri -- Indian Nepali poet
Wikipedia - A. Ganeshamurthi -- Member of the Parliament of India
Wikipedia - Agano-class cruiser -- Cruiser class of the Imperial Japanese Navy
Wikipedia - Agano Party -- Kenyan political party
Wikipedia - Agano Station -- Railway station in HannM-EM-^M, Saitama Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Agano ware -- Type of Japanese pottery
Wikipedia - Agapanthia -- Genus of beetles
Wikipedia - Agapanthiini -- Tribe of beetles
Wikipedia - Agapanthiola -- Genus of beetles
Wikipedia - Agapanthoideae -- Subfamily of monocot flowering plants in the family Amaryllidaceae, order Asparagales
Wikipedia - Agapanthus -- Genus of flowering plants in the family Amaryllidaceae
Wikipedia - Agapitus of Palestrina
Wikipedia - Agapius, Atticus, Carterius, Styriacus, Tobias, Eudoxius, Nictopolion and companions -- Christian martyrs burned at the stake
Wikipedia - Agapius Honcharenko -- Ukrainian political emigre and newspaper publisher
Wikipedia - Agarabi Rural LLG -- Local-level government in Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - Agara, Makwanpur -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Agarimichi Station -- Railway station in Sakaminato, Tottori Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Agartala-Dharmanagar Passenger -- Train in India
Wikipedia - Agartala-Silchar Passenger -- Train in India
Wikipedia - Agasicles -- 6th-century Spartan king
Wikipedia - Agastheeswar Temple -- Hindu temple dedicated to Shiva in Agathiyampalli, India
Wikipedia - Agasthyavanam Biological Park -- Wildlife sanctuary in India
Wikipedia - Agata Biernat -- Polish beauty pageant titleholder
Wikipedia - Agata Station -- Railway station in Ashikaga, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Agatha Christie's Partners in Crime -- Television series
Wikipedia - Agathonicus and Companions
Wikipedia - Agatsuma Line -- Railway line in Gunma prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Agaun Airport -- Airport in Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - Agave cupreata -- species of plant in the family Asparagaceae
Wikipedia - Agave parrasana -- species of plant in the family Asparagaceae
Wikipedia - Agave vilmoriniana -- species of plant in the family Asparagaceae
Wikipedia - Agawa Station -- Railway station in Shimonoseki, Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Agbada -- Flowing wide sleeved robe worn by men in parts of West Africa and North Africa
Wikipedia - AGBO -- American film and television production company
Wikipedia - AGC Aerospace & Defense -- Aerospace Company
Wikipedia - AGC Inc. -- Japanese glass company
Wikipedia - Agder Energi -- Norwegian energy company
Wikipedia - Age adjustment -- Technique used to compare populations with different age profiles
Wikipedia - Agedashi dM-EM-^Mfu -- Japanese tofu dish
Wikipedia - Age disparity in sexual relationships -- Difference of ages of individuals in sexual relationships
Wikipedia - Ageki Station -- Railway station in Inabe, Mie Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - A-Ge-Man: Tales of a Golden Geisha -- 1990 Japanese comedy film by JM-EM-+zM-EM-^M Itami
Wikipedia - Agematsu Station -- Railway station in Agematsu, Nagano Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Agence France-Presse -- International news agency headquartered in Paris
Wikipedia - Agencia Espacial Mexicana -- National space agency of Mexico
Wikipedia - Agency for Cultural Affairs -- Special body of the Japanese Ministry of Education
Wikipedia - Agency (philosophy) -- Capacity of an actor to act in a given environment
Wikipedia - Agenoria (locomotive) -- Early steam locomotive built by the Foster, Rastrick and Co partnership of Stourbridge
Wikipedia - A Gentleman of Paris (1927 film) -- 1927 film by Harry dM-bM-^@M-^YAbbadie dM-bM-^@M-^YArrast
Wikipedia - A Gentleman of Paris (1931 film) -- 1931 film
Wikipedia - Agent-oriented programming -- Programming paradigm
Wikipedia - Age of criminal responsibility -- Maximum age at which a child is incapable of committing criminal offences
Wikipedia - Age of Paladins (video game) -- 2008 Iranian video game
Wikipedia - Ageo Station -- Railway station in Ageo, Saitama Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Agere Systems -- American integrated circuit components company
Wikipedia - Agerola -- municipality in Campania, Italy
Wikipedia - Agesilaus II -- 4th-century BC Spartan king
Wikipedia - Agesilaus I -- Ancient Spartan king
Wikipedia - Agesilaus (statesman) -- 3rd-century BC Spartan noble
Wikipedia - Agesipolis III -- 2nd-century BC Spartan king
Wikipedia - Agesipolis I -- 4th-century BC Agiad Spartan king
Wikipedia - Age Station -- Railway station in Taketoyo, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - A. Gettelman Brewing Company -- Defunct American brewery
Wikipedia - Aggravation (board game) -- strategy board game, variant of Pachisi
Wikipedia - Aggregate (geology) -- Mass of rock, gravel, sand, soil particles, or of minerals in a rock
Wikipedia - Aggregate pattern
Wikipedia - Aggressive panhandling -- Legal term for unlawful forms of public begging
Wikipedia - Aggrupation of Parties for Progress -- Political party in the Philippines (e. 2009)
Wikipedia - Agha Hassan Baloch -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Agha Mehdiyev -- Painter
Wikipedia - Agha Saleem -- Pakistani writer, novelist, playwright
Wikipedia - Agha Shahzaib Durrani -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Agha Shaukat Ali -- Pakistani civil servant
Wikipedia - Agha Siraj Durrani -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Agha Syed Liaqat Ali -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Aghaz Ikramullah Gandapur -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Agia Paraskevi metro station -- Metro railway station in Athens, Greece
Wikipedia - Agias of Sparta -- 5th-century Spartan seer
Wikipedia - Agilent Technologies -- American technology company
Wikipedia - AGIL paradigm
Wikipedia - Aginchok -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Aging of Japan
Wikipedia - Agios Panteleimon Monastery -- Greek Orthodox monastery in Crete
Wikipedia - Agir ensemble -- French parliamentary group
Wikipedia - A Girl Asleep -- 1657 painting by Johannes Vermeer
Wikipedia - A Girl from Paris -- 1954 film
Wikipedia - A Girl in the Street, Two Coaches in the Background -- Painting by Vincent van Gogh
Wikipedia - A Girl of the Timber Claims -- 1917 film by Paul Powell
Wikipedia - Agis II -- 5th-century BC Spartan king
Wikipedia - Agis IV -- 3rd-century BC Spartan king
Wikipedia - Agi Station -- Railway station in Nakatsugawa, Gifu Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Agistment -- To take cattle for grazing in return for payment
Wikipedia - AG Jeans -- American clothing company
Wikipedia - Aglaia Papa -- Greek painter
Wikipedia - Aglaja (dance company) -- Dance company and academy from Bruges, Belgium
Wikipedia - Aglamesis Bro's -- Ice cream parlors in Cincinnati, Ohio, US
Wikipedia - Aglipayan Church
Wikipedia - Agloe, New York -- Fictional place in New York state, USA; featured in the fictional work Paper Towns by John Green
Wikipedia - Aglona Municipality -- Municipality of Latvia
Wikipedia - Agnes Canta -- Dutch painter
Wikipedia - Agnese Pastare -- Latvian race walker
Wikipedia - Agnes Flight -- Japanese Thoroughbred racehorse
Wikipedia - Agnes Flora -- Japanese Thoroughbred racehorse
Wikipedia - Agnes Lacheux -- French paracanoeist
Wikipedia - Agnes Magpale -- Filipino politician
Wikipedia - Agnes Millen Richmond -- American Impressionist painter
Wikipedia - Agnes Pannier-Runacher -- French politician and business executive
Wikipedia - Agnes Parsons -- American screenwriter
Wikipedia - Agness Underwood -- American journalist and newspaper editor
Wikipedia - Agnes Tachyon -- Japanese Thoroughbred racehorse
Wikipedia - Agnes von Hohenstaufen -- Opera by Gaspare Spontini
Wikipedia - Agnetapark -- Area of workers' housing in South Holland
Wikipedia - Agni Air -- Defunct Nepali airline
Wikipedia - Agnieszka Balewska -- Polish painter
Wikipedia - Agnieszka Pachalko -- Polish model and beauty queen
Wikipedia - AgniKul Cosmos -- Indian spaceflight company
Wikipedia - Agnipariksha (TV series) -- 2009 Indian television series
Wikipedia - Agni Parthene
Wikipedia - Agni Parvatam -- 1985 film
Wikipedia - Agniparvatham -- 1979 film
Wikipedia - Agni Sakshi (1996 film) -- 1996 film by Partho Ghosh
Wikipedia - Agnishapath -- 2006 Bengali film
Wikipedia - Agobard -- 9th-century Spanish archbishop and saint
Wikipedia - Agoge -- Ancient Spartan education and training regimen
Wikipedia - Agon (newspaper) -- Newspaper in Albania
Wikipedia - Agonopterix pallorella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agonopterix parilella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agonopterix scopariella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agony in the Garden (anonymous) -- Early 15th-century French painting
Wikipedia - A Good Librarian Like a Good Shepherd -- Japanese adult visual novel developed by August, and manga and anime adaptation
Wikipedia - Agora (company) -- Polish media company
Wikipedia - Agora -- Central public space in ancient Greek city-states
Wikipedia - Agostino Brunias -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Agostino Carracci -- Bolognese painter of the Baroque (1557-1602)
Wikipedia - Agostino Castellacci -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Agostino Masucci -- Italian painter (1691-1758)
Wikipedia - Agostino Pallavicini -- Doge of the Republic of Genoa and king of Corsica
Wikipedia - Agostino Paradisi -- Italian poet, economist, and teacher
Wikipedia - Agostino Paravicini Bagliani
Wikipedia - Agost -- Municipality in Valencian Community, Spain
Wikipedia - Agragaun -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - A Grand Day Out -- 1989 short film directed by Nick Park
Wikipedia - Agrarian Alliance -- Defunct political party in Hungary
Wikipedia - Agrarian Party of Russia -- Political party in Russia
Wikipedia - Agrarian Party (Tajikistan) -- Political party in Tajikistan
Wikipedia - Agrarian Union Party -- Defunct Romanian political party
Wikipedia - Agravity Boys -- Japanese manga series by Atsushi Nakamura
Wikipedia - Agreed Not to Separate -- 1999 film
Wikipedia - Agreement on a Cease-fire and Separation of Forces -- 1994 ceasefire agreement after the War in Abkhazia
Wikipedia - Agricultural and Labour Party -- Former Greek political party
Wikipedia - Agricultural expansion -- Growth of agricultural land in the 21st century
Wikipedia - Agricultural Party (Costa Rica) -- Costa Rican political party
Wikipedia - Agricultural Party of Greece -- Defunct political party in Greece
Wikipedia - Agricultural Party -- Defunct political party in the United Kingdom
Wikipedia - Agricultural People's Front of Peru -- Political party in Peru
Wikipedia - Agricultural Research Service -- Research agency of the US Department of Agriculture
Wikipedia - Agricultural subsidy -- Governmental subsidy paid to farmers and agribusinesses
Wikipedia - Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department -- Hong Kong government department
Wikipedia - Agriculture, forestry, and fishing in Japan -- Sector of the Japanese economy
Wikipedia - Agriculture in Pakistan
Wikipedia - Agrimonia eupatoria -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Agriopas -- Ancient Greek writer
Wikipedia - Agriphila paleatellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agrippa (astronomer) -- Ancient Greek astronomer
Wikipedia - Agrippa d'Aubigne -- French poet
Wikipedia - Agrippa Hull -- Black Continental Army soldier, friend of Tadeusz KoM-EM-^[ciuszko
Wikipedia - Agrippa Menenius Lanatus (consul 503 BC) -- Late 6th century and early 5th century Roman general and consul
Wikipedia - Agrippa (mythology) -- King of Alba Longa in Greco-Roman mythology
Wikipedia - Agrippa Postumus -- Youngest son of Marcus Agrippa and Julia the Elder
Wikipedia - Agrippa (praenomen) -- Latin name
Wikipedia - Agrippa's Trilemma
Wikipedia - Agrippa's trilemma
Wikipedia - Agrippa the Sceptic
Wikipedia - Agrippa the Skeptic -- Hellenistic Pyrrhonist philosopher, creator of Agrippa's Trilemma
Wikipedia - Agrobom -- locality and former civil parish in Portugal
Wikipedia - Agrotis ripae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agrupacion Virgen de Fatima-SaddleDrunk -- Argentine cycling team
Wikipedia - Agryouli -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - AGS Entertainment -- Indian entertainment company
Wikipedia - A. G. Spalding -- American pitcher, manager and business executive
Wikipedia - Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa -- Casino resort in Rancho Mirage, California
Wikipedia - Aguada, Puerto Rico -- Municipality in Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Aguadilla City Police Department -- Main police force for the city of Aguadilla, Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Aguadilla, Puerto Rico -- City and municipality in Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Agua Dulce people -- Timucua tribe in Spanish Florida
Wikipedia - Aguas Buenas, Puerto Rico -- Municipality in Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Aguas Claras District -- district in Upala canton, Alajuela province, Costa Rica
Wikipedia - Agui Station -- Railway station in Agui, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Agulhas Bank -- The broad southernmost part of the African continental shelf
Wikipedia - Agulhas National Park -- National park on the coastal plain between Gansbaai and Struisbaai in the Western Cape, South Africa
Wikipedia - Agulhas Passage -- Abyssal channel south of South Africa between the Agulhas Bank and Agulhas Plateau
Wikipedia - Aguri M-EM-^Lnishi -- Japanese actress
Wikipedia - Agus Suparmanto -- Indonesian politician
Wikipedia - AgustaWestland Apache -- Attack helicopter series of the British Army
Wikipedia - Agustin Abarca -- Chilean painter
Wikipedia - Agustin Diaz de Mera Garcia Consuegra -- Spanish politician
Wikipedia - Agustin Gomez-Arcos -- Spanish writer
Wikipedia - Agustin Leonardo -- Spanish painter
Wikipedia - Agustin Millares Sall -- Spanish poet
Wikipedia - Agustin Olguera -- Spanish painter
Wikipedia - Agustin Ramos Calero -- Most decorated WWII Puerto Rican and Hispanic soldier in the US
Wikipedia - Agustin Sandoval -- Spanish gymnast
Wikipedia - Agusti Villaronga -- Spanish film director
Wikipedia - Agutaya -- Municipality of the Philippines in the province of Palawan
Wikipedia - Agway -- U.S. agriculture company
Wikipedia - AH51 -- Asian Highway in Pakistan
Wikipedia - Ahaetulla dispar -- Species of reptile
Wikipedia - Ahale -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - A. Hameed -- Pakistani film score composer
Wikipedia - A Harlot's Progress -- series of paintings and engravings by William Hogarth
Wikipedia - Aharon Ipale -- Israeli actor
Wikipedia - Ahd 54 -- Political party in Algeria
Wikipedia - A.H. Deldar Ahmed -- Representative of East Pakistan
Wikipedia - A Heart in Pawn -- 1919 film by William Worthington
Wikipedia - Ahed Tamimi -- Palestinian activist
Wikipedia - A Hermit -- Painting by Gerrit Dou
Wikipedia - Ahfazur Rahman -- Pakistani journalist
Wikipedia - A. H. Fischer Features -- Film production company
Wikipedia - Ahiru no Sora -- Japanese manga series
Wikipedia - Ahi Rural LLG -- Local-level government in Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - A History of Christianity (Johnson book) -- 1976 book by Paul Johnson
Wikipedia - A History of the American People -- 1997 book by Paul Johnson
Wikipedia - Ahmad Ali Khan Dreshak -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Ahmad Al-Mutairi -- Kuwaiti para-sport athlete
Wikipedia - Ahmad Awais -- Pakistani Supreme Court advocator
Wikipedia - Ahmad Faraz -- Pakistani poet
Wikipedia - Ahmad Hussain -- Politician in Pakistan (born 1981)
Wikipedia - Ahmad Kurd -- Palestinian politician
Wikipedia - Ahmad Maher Pasha -- Egyptian Prime Minister
Wikipedia - Ahmad Mukhtar -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Ahmad Nadeem Qasmi -- Pakistani writer
Wikipedia - Ahmad Rabaie -- Palestinian Politician and diplomat
Wikipedia - Ahmad Riza Patria -- Indonesian politician
Wikipedia - Ahmad Salam Muhammad -- Pakistani sports shooter
Wikipedia - Ahmad Shah of Pahang -- fifth modern Sultan of Pahang
Wikipedia - Ahmad Tea -- British family-owned tea company
Wikipedia - Ahmad Teebi -- Palestinian Canadian geneticist
Wikipedia - Ahmad Zaki Pasha
Wikipedia - Ahmedabad-Mumbai Central Passenger -- Indian train route
Wikipedia - Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation
Wikipedia - Ahmedabad-Patna Weekly Express -- Train in India
Wikipedia - Ahmed Abukhater -- Palestinian and American architect
Wikipedia - Ahmed Ali Kohzad -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Ahmed Ali Lahori -- Pakistani Sufi
Wikipedia - Ahmed Ali (writer) -- Pakistani novelist and poet
Wikipedia - Ahmed Al Safi -- Iraqi Artist.Painter and sculptor
Wikipedia - Ahmed Butt -- Pakistani model and a film actor
Wikipedia - Ahmed Cevdet Pasha
Wikipedia - Ahmed Hassan Mahmoud -- Egyptian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Ahmed Hussain Shah -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Ahmed Khan Bahadur -- Pakistani politician from Mardan
Wikipedia - Ahmed Khan Baloch -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Ahmed Meshaima -- Bahraini Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Ahmed Naas -- Iraqi Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Ahmednagar Municipal Corporation -- Municipal Corporation in India
Wikipedia - Ahmed Omaid Khpalwak -- Afghan BBC journalist
Wikipedia - Ahmed Patel -- Indian politician
Wikipedia - Ahmed Qurei -- 2nd Prime Minister of the Palestinian National Authority
Wikipedia - Ahmed Sabri -- Modern Egyptian painter
Wikipedia - Ahmed Saeed (admiral) -- Admiral in the Pakistan Navy
Wikipedia - Ahmed Saif Zaal Abu Muhair -- United Arab Emirati Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Ahmed Shahab -- Pakistani cricket umpire
Wikipedia - Ahmed Shah Pakteen -- Cricket umpire
Wikipedia - Ahmed Zahur Khan -- Pakistani athlete
Wikipedia - Ahmed Zeiwar Pasha -- Egyptian Prime Minister
Wikipedia - Ahmed Zuhdu Pasha -- Turkish politician
Wikipedia - Ahmet Zappa -- American musician and writer
Wikipedia - Ahn Pan-seok -- South Korean director
Wikipedia - Aho-Girl -- Japanese manga series
Wikipedia - Ahold Delhaize -- Dutch retail company
Wikipedia - Ahold -- Dutch international retail company
Wikipedia - A. Holly Patterson -- American politician
Wikipedia - Ahotsa.info -- Spanish online newspaper
Wikipedia - Ahouakro -- Archaeological park in Cote d'Ivoire
Wikipedia - A House for Mr Biswas -- 1961 book by V. S. Naipaul
Wikipedia - Ahrensbok -- Municipality in Ostholstein district, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
Wikipedia - Ahsan Raza -- Pakistani cricketer and umpire
Wikipedia - Ahtium -- Finnish mining company
Wikipedia - Ahukini Terminal and Railway Company -- Hawaiian narrow gauge railroad
Wikipedia - Ahvaz military parade attack -- Attack on military parade in Iran
Wikipedia - AIA Group -- Hong Kong insurance and finance company
Wikipedia - Ai-Ais/Richtersveld Transfrontier Park -- Transfrontier park in Namibia and South Africa
Wikipedia - Aiambak Airport -- Airport in Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - Ai Aoki (politician) -- Japanese politician
Wikipedia - A.i. (band) -- Japanese rock band
Wikipedia - Aibetsu Station -- Railway station in Aibetsu, Hokkaido, Japan
Wikipedia - Aibonito, Puerto Rico -- Municipality in Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Aichidaigakumae Station -- Railway station in Toyohashi, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aichi Experimental Type 15-Ko Reconnaissance Seaplane (Mi-go) -- 1920s Japanese reconnaissance seaplane
Wikipedia - AichikyM-EM-+haku-kinen-kM-EM-^Men Station -- Maglev station in Nagakute, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aichi Loop Railway 2000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Aichi Medical College for Physical and Occupational Therapy -- Higher education institution in Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aichi-Mito Station -- Railway station in Toyokawa, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aichi Prefectural Gymnasium -- A multi-purpose gymnasium in Nagoya, Japan
Wikipedia - Aichi Prefectural Police -- Police department of Aichi prefectural government, Japan
Wikipedia - Aichi Prefecture -- Prefecture of Japan
Wikipedia - Aichi Television Broadcasting -- TV station in Nagoya, Japan
Wikipedia - Aichkirchen, Germany -- village in the Upper Palatinate, Bavaria
Wikipedia - A.I.C.O. -Incarnation- -- Japanese ONA series
Wikipedia - AI Companies of India -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - Aida Folch -- Spanish actress
Wikipedia - Aidai Igakubu Minamiguchi Station -- Railway station in TM-EM-^Mon, Ehime Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aida Paula -- Portuguese communist and political prisoner
Wikipedia - Aida -- Spanish sitcom
Wikipedia - Aida Yasuaki -- Japanese mathematician
Wikipedia - Aida YM-EM-+ji -- Japanese historian
Wikipedia - Aide-de-camp to the Emperor of Japan -- Special military official whose primary duties are to report military affairs to the Japanese emperor of Japan and to act as a chamberlain
Wikipedia - AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania -- Nonprofit law firm for HIV and AIDS patients
Wikipedia - Ai Fairouz -- Egyptian-Japanese voice actress
Wikipedia - Ai Fen -- Chinese doctor and director of the emergency department in a hospital
Wikipedia - Ai Furihata -- Japanese voice actress
Wikipedia - Aiga Station -- Railway station in Kihoku, Mie Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aigon language -- Austronesian language spoken in Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - Aiguestortes i Estany de Sant Maurici National Park -- National park in Spain
Wikipedia - Aihara Station -- Railway station in Machida, Tokyo, Japan
Wikipedia - Ai Hazuki -- Japanese actress and junior idol
Wikipedia - AiichirM-EM-^M Fujiyama -- Japanese politician
Wikipedia - Ai Iijima -- Japanese television personality (1972-2008)
Wikipedia - Ai Iwamura -- Japanese actress
Wikipedia - Aijaz Ali Shah Sheerazi -- | Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Aijaz Aslam -- Pakistani television actor and model
Wikipedia - Aijiro Tomita -- Japanese politician
Wikipedia - Ai Kakuma -- Japanese voice actress
Wikipedia - Aikamachi Station -- Railway station in Matsue, Shimane Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aikan-Umetsubo Station -- Railway station in Toyota, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aika (singer) -- Japanese singer/songwriter
Wikipedia - Aikawa Katsuroku -- Japanese politician
Wikipedia - Aikawa Station (Akita) -- Railway station in Kitaakita, Akita Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aikawa Station (Osaka) -- Railway station in Osaka, Japan
Wikipedia - Ai Kayano -- Japanese voice actress
Wikipedia - Aike Gonzalez -- Spanish canoeist
Wikipedia - Ai Kidosaki -- Japanese author
Wikipedia - Aikido -- modern Japanese martial art
Wikipedia - Aiki (martial arts principle) -- Japanese concept
Wikipedia - AikM-EM-^M-Ishida Station -- Railway station in Atsugi, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aiko Asano -- Japanese actress and singer
Wikipedia - Aiko Horiuchi -- Japanese actress
Wikipedia - Aiko Kitahara -- Japanese singer and songwriter
Wikipedia - Aiko, Princess Toshi -- Japanese princess
Wikipedia - Aiko Saito -- Japanese sailor
Wikipedia - Aiko Sato (actress) -- Japanese actress (born 1977)
Wikipedia - Aiko Sato (judoka) -- Japanese judoka
Wikipedia - Aiko Shimajiri -- Japanese politician
Wikipedia - Aiko (singer) -- Japanese singer-songwriter
Wikipedia - Aiko Sugihara -- Japanese artistic gymnast
Wikipedia - Aiko Takahama -- Japanese professional shogi player
Wikipedia - Aik Thi Misaal -- 2015 Pakistani drama serial
Wikipedia - Ai Kume -- First Japanese woman lawyer
Wikipedia - Aileen Campbell -- Scottish National Party politician
Wikipedia - Aileen H. Cowan -- Canadian painter and sculptor
Wikipedia - Aileen Palmer -- (1915-1988) poet, translator and political activist
Wikipedia - Aileen Passloff -- American dancer and choreographer
Wikipedia - Aima Baig -- Pakistani singer
Wikipedia - Aiman Khan -- Pakistani actress (born 1998)
Wikipedia - Aime Majorique Beauparlant -- Canadian politician
Wikipedia - Aime Morot -- French painter (1850 - 1913)
Wikipedia - Aimer -- Japanese singer and lyricist
Wikipedia - Aimia (company) -- Canadian company
Wikipedia - Aimi (actress) -- Japanese voice actress and singer
Wikipedia - Aimilios Papathanasiou -- Greek sailor
Wikipedia - AIM ImmunoTech -- US biopharmaceutical company
Wikipedia - Aimi Station -- Railway station in KM-EM-^Mta, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Ai Miyazato -- Japanese professional golfer
Wikipedia - AImotive -- Hungarian autonomous vehicle technology company
Wikipedia - Aimoto Station (HyM-EM-^Mgo) -- Railway station in Sanda, HyM-EM-^Mgo Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aimoto Station (Toyama) -- Railway station in Kurobe, Toyama Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - AIM Pages
Wikipedia - AIM Tell-A-Vision -- New York City based television syndication and production company
Wikipedia - Aimyon -- Japanese singer-songwriter
Wikipedia - Ai Nagano -- Japanese voice actress
Wikipedia - Aina Moll Marques -- Spanish scientist and politician
Wikipedia - Aina Station -- Railway station in Kobe, Japan
Wikipedia - Aina the End -- Japanese singer and idol
Wikipedia - Ainhoa Arteta -- Spanish classical and crossover soprano
Wikipedia - Ainhoa Lameiro -- Spanish canoeist
Wikipedia - Ainhoa Pinedo -- Spanish racewalker
Wikipedia - Ai no Katachi -- Song recorded by Japanese singer Misia
Wikipedia - Ainoki Station -- Railway station in Kamiichi, Toyama Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Ainonai Station -- Railway station in Kitami, Hokkaido, Japan
Wikipedia - Ainono Station -- Railway station in Yokote, Akita Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aino Nykopp-Koski -- Finnish nurse convicted of killing patients
Wikipedia - Ainosato-kM-EM-^Men Station -- Railway station in Sapporo, Japan
Wikipedia - Ainosato-KyM-EM-^Mikudai Station -- Railway station in Sapporo, Japan
Wikipedia - Aino Station (HyM-EM-^Mgo) -- Railway station in Sanda, HyM-EM-^Mgo Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aino Station (Nagasaki) -- Railway station in Unzen, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aino Station (Shizuoka) -- Railway station in Fukuroi, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Ainoura Station -- Train station on the Matsuura Railway line in Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Ainselu Kharka -- Former Village Development Committee in Nepal
Wikipedia - Ainthaam Padai -- 2009 film directed by Badri
Wikipedia - Aintzane Ezenarro -- Spanish politician
Wikipedia - Ainu creation myth -- Creation myth of Japan's Ainu peoples
Wikipedia - Ainu language -- Language spoken in Hokkaido, Japan
Wikipedia - Ainu Mosir -- Japanese Film
Wikipedia - Ainu people -- Ethnic group in Japan and Russia
Wikipedia - Ainu Revolution Theory -- Theory in Japanese left-wing thought
Wikipedia - Ain -- Department of France
Wikipedia - Ai Ogura -- Japanese motorcycle racer
Wikipedia - Aioi Station (Gifu) -- Railway station in GujM-EM-^M, Gifu Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aioi Station (Gunma) -- Railway station in KiryM-EM-+, Gunma Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aioi Station (HyM-EM-^Mgo) -- Railway station in Aioi, HyM-EM-^Mgo Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aioiyama Station -- Metro station in Nagoya, Japan
Wikipedia - Aiome Airport -- Airport in Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - Aion S -- Compact executive electric sedan produced by GAC Group
Wikipedia - Ai Ouchi -- Japanese archer
Wikipedia - Aipaloovik -- Inuit water deity associated with death
Wikipedia - Aipan Art -- A Kumaoni folk art practised in the NorthIndian state of Uttarakhand
Wikipedia - Aiphanes -- A genus of spiny palms native to tropical South and Central America and the Caribbean
Wikipedia - Aira Caldera -- A large flooded coastal volcanic caldera in the south of the island of KyM-EM-+shM-EM-+, Japan
Wikipedia - Aira Station -- Railway station in Aira, Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Airborne Express -- Defunct express delivery company and cargo airline
Wikipedia - Airborne leaflet propaganda -- Form of psychological warfare in which leaflets containing propaganda are scattered in the air
Wikipedia - Airborne transmission -- Disease caused by pathogens and transmitted through the air by small droplets or aerosols
Wikipedia - Airbus Corporate Jets -- Business unit of Airbus that sells corporate jet variants of parent's airliner range
Wikipedia - Air campaign of the Uganda-Tanzania War -- Part of the Uganda-Tanzania War of 1978-79
Wikipedia - Aircastle -- Aircraft leasing company
Wikipedia - Aircel -- Defunct Indian telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Air changes per hour -- Measure of the air volume added to or removed from a space
Wikipedia - Air chief marshal (Pakistan) -- Highest rank in Pakistan Air Force
Wikipedia - Aircoach -- Irish commercial intercity bus company
Wikipedia - Aircompany Armenia -- Flag carrier airline of Armenia
Wikipedia - Air Dolomiti -- Italian regional airline; part of Lufthansa Group
Wikipedia - Air draft -- Distance from water to the highest point on a vessel or lowest point on a bridge span
Wikipedia - Aire Park -- Park in West Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Air Europa -- Spanish airline
Wikipedia - Airfer Tornado -- Spanish paramotor
Wikipedia - Air filter -- Device composed of fibrous or porous materials which removes solid particulates from the air
Wikipedia - Air Force Heritage Museum and Air Park -- Air Force museum in St. James (Winnipeg), Manitoba
Wikipedia - Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps -- Commissioning source for US Air Force and Space Force officers
Wikipedia - Air Force Space Command
Wikipedia - Air France -- Flag-carrier and largest airline of France; part of Air France-KLM Group
Wikipedia - Air Gear -- Japanese manga and anime series
Wikipedia - Air Indus -- Defunct Pakistani domestic airline
Wikipedia - Air Intelligence (Pakistan)
Wikipedia - Airi Toriyama -- Japanese actress and singer
Wikipedia - Air Kasthamandap -- Nepali airline
Wikipedia - Airlangga -- Monarch of Javanese Hindu kingdom Kahuripan
Wikipedia - AirLaunch -- Aerospace Company
Wikipedia - Air Lease Corporation -- American aircraft leasing company
Wikipedia - Airline hub -- Airport that an airline uses as a transfer point to get passengers to their intended destination
Wikipedia - Airliner -- Aircraft designed for commercial transportation of passengers and cargo
Wikipedia - Airline -- Company that provides air transport services for travelling passengers and freight
Wikipedia - Airmail (fresco) -- American fresco painting by Edwin Boyd Johnson
Wikipedia - Air marshal (Pakistan) -- Second-highest rank of the Pakistan Air Force
Wikipedia - Air Montmagny -- Aircraft charter company in Canada
Wikipedia - Air Navigation and Engineering Company -- British aircraft manufacturer
Wikipedia - AIRPASS
Wikipedia - Air Patrol (film) -- 1962 film
Wikipedia - Airplane II: The Sequel -- 1982 American parody film by Ken Finkleman
Wikipedia - Airport Parkway (Mississippi) -- Proposed highway in Mississippi
Wikipedia - Airport rail link -- Passenger rail transport from airport to nearby city
Wikipedia - AirQ+ -- Software to assess the impact of air population on health
Wikipedia - Air raids on Japan -- Aerial bombing of Japan during World War II
Wikipedia - Air Rescue Wing Komaki Detachment (JASDF) -- Unit of the Japan Air Self-Defense Force
Wikipedia - Air Rhodesia Flight 825 -- passenger aircraft shot down in 1978
Wikipedia - Air Serv Limited -- Ugandan aviation company
Wikipedia - AirSial -- Planned Pakistani airline
Wikipedia - Airside Retail Park -- Shopping facility near Swords, north of Dublin, Ireland
Wikipedia - Airspace -- Portion of the atmosphere controlled by a country above its territory, or any three-dimensional portion of the atmosphere
Wikipedia - Airspan Networks -- American telecommunications company
Wikipedia - AirTag -- Mobile shopping and payments provider
Wikipedia - AirTanker Services -- British military aircraft leasing company
Wikipedia - Airtel India -- Indian telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Airtel Networks Limited -- Telecommunications company in Nigeria
Wikipedia - Airtel Payments Bank -- Payments Bank
Wikipedia - AirTouch -- U.S. communications company
Wikipedia - Air University (Pakistan Air Force) -- Public university
Wikipedia - Airwave Wave -- Austrian paraglider design
Wikipedia - Airy wave theory -- A linearised description of the propagation of gravity waves on the surface of a homogeneous fluid layer
Wikipedia - AISA GN -- Spanish prototype autogyro
Wikipedia - Aisan Racing Team -- Japanese cycling team
Wikipedia - Aiselukharka -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Aisha Bano -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Aisha Bowe -- Bahamian-American aerospace engineer
Wikipedia - Aisha Gazdar -- Pakistani journalist
Wikipedia - Aisha Ghaus Pasha -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Aisha Khalid -- Pakistani contemporary visual artist
Wikipedia - Aisha Mughal -- Pakistani transgender rights activist
Wikipedia - Aisha Steel -- Pakistani steel company
Wikipedia - Aisha Uqbah Malik -- Pakistani former actress
Wikipedia - Ai Shinozaki -- Japanese model and singer
Wikipedia - Ai Shishime -- Japanese judoka
Wikipedia - Aisi Hai Tanhai -- 2017 Pakistani television series
Wikipedia - Aisne -- Department of France
Wikipedia - Ai Suzuki -- Japanese professional golfer
Wikipedia - Aita Donostia -- Spanish and Basque musicologist and composer
Wikipedia - Aita Gasparin -- Swiss biathlete
Wikipedia - Ai Takabe -- Japanese actress (born 1988
Wikipedia - Aitape Airport -- Airport in Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - Aitape River -- river in Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - Aitape-Wewak campaign -- Campaign on the Pacific Theatre of WWII
Wikipedia - Aitareya Upanishad -- One of the ancient Sanskrit scriptures of Hinduism
Wikipedia - AitarM-EM-^M Masuko -- Japanese photographer
Wikipedia - Ai Tokunaga -- Japanese voice actress and singer
Wikipedia - Ai to Makoto -- Japanese manga series and its adaptations
Wikipedia - Aitor Esteban -- Spanish jurist and politician
Wikipedia - Aitor Knife Company -- Spanish manufacturing company
Wikipedia - Aitor Rodriguez -- Spanish motorcycle racer
Wikipedia - Aitzaz Ahsan -- Pakistani politician and lawyer
Wikipedia - Aitzaz Hasan -- Pakistani schoolboy
Wikipedia - Ai Ueda -- Japanese triathlete
Wikipedia - Aiva Aparjode -- Latvian luger
Wikipedia - Aiwan-e-Iqbal -- Office complex and monument in Lahore, Pakistan
Wikipedia - Aiwan-e-Sadr -- Official residence of the President of Pakistan
Wikipedia - Aixa Middleton -- Panamanian athletics competitor
Wikipedia - Aix-en-Othe -- Part of Aix-Villemaur-PM-CM-"lis in Grand Est, France
Wikipedia - Aixtron -- German technology company
Wikipedia - Ai Xuan -- Chinese painter
Wikipedia - Aiyaary -- 2018 action thriller film by Neeraj Pandey
Wikipedia - Aiyalam Parameswaran Balachandran
Wikipedia - Aiya Rural LLG -- Local-level government in Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - Ai Yazawa -- Japanese manga author
Wikipedia - Ai Yori Aoshi -- Japanese seinen manga by Kou Fumizuki
Wikipedia - Ai Yoshida -- Japanese sailor
Wikipedia - Aiyura Airport -- Airport in Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - Aizan Station -- Railway station in Aibetsu, Hokkaido, Japan
Wikipedia - Aizaz Ahmad Azar -- Pakistani poet, writer
Wikipedia - Aizkalne Parish -- Administrative unit in Latvia
Wikipedia - Aizkraukle Municipality -- Municipality of Latvia
Wikipedia - AizM-EM-^M Morikawa -- Japanese photographer
Wikipedia - Aizpute Municipality -- Municipality of Latvia
Wikipedia - Aizu-Arakai Station -- Railway station in Minamiaizu, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aizu-Bange Station -- Railway station in Aizubange, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aizu-GamM-EM-^M Station -- Railway station in Tadami, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aizu-Hinohara Station -- Railway station in Mishima, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aizu-HongM-EM-^M Station -- Railway station in Aizuwakamatsu, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - AizuhongM-EM-^M ware -- Type of Japanese pottery
Wikipedia - Aizu-Kawaguchi Station -- Railway station in Kaneyama, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aizuki Station -- Railway station in Hamamatsu, Japan
Wikipedia - AizukM-EM-^Mgen-Ozeguchi Station -- Railway station in Minamiaizu, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aizu-Kosugawa Station -- Railway station in Tadami, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aizuma Station -- Railway station in Kariya, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aizu-M-EM-^Lshio Station -- Railway station in Tadami, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aizu-Miyashita Station -- Railway station in Mishima, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aizu-Mizunuma Station -- Railway station in Kaneyama, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aizu-Nagano Station -- Railway station in Minamiaizu, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aizu-Nakagawa Station -- Railway station in Kaneyama, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aizu-Nishikata Station -- Railway station in Mishima, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aizuri-e -- Japanese woodblock prints
Wikipedia - Aizu-Sakamoto Station -- Railway station in Aizubange, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aizu-Sanson-DM-EM-^MjM-EM-^M Station -- Railway station in Minamiaizu, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aizu-ShimogM-EM-^M Station -- Railway station in ShimogM-EM-^M, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aizu-Shiozawa Station -- Railway station in Tadami, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aizu-Tajima Station -- Railway station in Minamiaizu, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aizu-Takada Station -- Railway station in Aizumisato, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aizu-Toyokawa Station -- Railway station in Kitakata, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aizu-Wakamatsu Station -- Railway station in Aizuwakamatsu, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aizu -- Region of Fukushima, Japan
Wikipedia - Aizu-Yanaizu Station -- Railway station in Yanaizu, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aizu-Yokota Station -- Railway station in Tadami, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Ajab Khan Afridi -- Pashtun independence fighter against British rule in India
Wikipedia - Ajagaibi -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Ajahn Pasanno
Wikipedia - Ajai Pal Singh -- Indian politician
Wikipedia - Ajanta Pharma -- Indian pharmaceutical company established in 1973
Wikipedia - Ajaokuta Steel Mill -- Steal milling company in Nigeria
Wikipedia - Ajapa japa
Wikipedia - Ajas Pasha -- Bosnian sanjak-bey, founder of Visoko
Wikipedia - Ajax (painting) -- Painting by John Steuart Curry
Wikipedia - Ajaya Kumar Chaurasiya -- Nepali politician
Wikipedia - Ajayameru -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Ajay Kumar Parida
Wikipedia - Ajay Kumar Tripathi -- Indian judge
Wikipedia - Ajaypal Singh Banga -- Indian American business executive and former CEO of Mastercard
Wikipedia - A. J. Balaban -- Pioneer Luxury Motion Picture Palaces
Wikipedia - A.J. Canfield Company -- Produces and bottles soda beverages
Wikipedia - A Jewel in Pawn -- 1917 film
Wikipedia - Aji (Assamese Daily) -- Assamese language newspaper published in India
Wikipedia - Ajiaz Hussain Shah Bukhari -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Ajibola Adeoye -- Nigerian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Ajico -- Japanese rock band
Wikipedia - Ajigasawa Station -- Railway station in Ajigasawa, Aomori Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Ajigaura Station -- Railway station in Hitachinaka, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Ajijesh Pachat -- Indian writer
Wikipedia - Ajikawaguchi Station -- Railway station in Osaka, Japan
Wikipedia - Ajiki Station -- Railway station in Sakae, Chiba Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Ajima Naonobu -- Japanese mathematician
Wikipedia - Ajima Station -- Railway station in Nagoya, Japan
Wikipedia - Ajina Station -- Railway station in Hatsukaichi, Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Ajingara -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Ajinomoto -- Japanese food and food additives company
Wikipedia - Ajin Panjapan -- Thai author
Wikipedia - Ajioka Station -- Railway station in Komaki, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aji panca -- Variety of Capsicum chinenseM-BM- grown in Peru
Wikipedia - Ajirkot Rural Municipality -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Ajiro Station -- Railway station in Atami, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Ajisaka Station -- Railway station in OgM-EM-^Mri, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Ajisu Station -- Railway station in Yamaguchi, Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Ajith Rupasinghe Surendra -- Sri Lankan political activist
Wikipedia - Ajitke Chattha -- Place in Punjab, Pakistan
Wikipedia - Ajit Pai -- American attorney and FCC chairman
Wikipedia - Ajit Pal Mangat -- Indian film director
Wikipedia - Ajiyoshi Station (JM-EM-^Mhoku Line) -- Railway station in Aisai, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Ajiyoshi Station (Meitetsu) -- Railway station in Kasugai, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - A. J. Kardar -- Pakistani film director
Wikipedia - AJK Jaguars -- Cricket team in Pakistan
Wikipedia - AJK TV -- Pakistani pay television channel
Wikipedia - Ajmal Kasab -- Pakistani terrorist and member of Lashkar-e-Taiba
Wikipedia - Ajmal Khan (politician) -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Ajmal Khan Wazir -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - A. J. Muste -- Christian pacifist and civil rights activist
Wikipedia - Ajnala, India -- Town and nagar panchayat in Amritsar, Punjab, India
Wikipedia - Aj (newspaper) -- Indian newspaper
Wikipedia - A. J. Pardini -- American politician
Wikipedia - Ajuy, Iloilo -- Municipality of the Philippines in the province of Iloilo
Wikipedia - Akabanebashi Station -- Metro station in Tokyo, Japan
Wikipedia - Akabane-iwabuchi Station -- Railway and metro station in Tokyo, Japan
Wikipedia - Akabane Station -- Railway station in Tokyo, Japan
Wikipedia - Akabira Station -- Railway station in Akabira, Hokkaido, Japan
Wikipedia - Akaboshi Intetsu -- Japanese Go player
Wikipedia - Akaboshi Station -- Railway station in ShikokuchM-EM-+M-EM-^M, Ehime Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akabuchi Station -- Railway station in Shizukuishi, Iwate Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akademika Pavlova (Kharkiv Metro) -- Kharkiv Metro station
Wikipedia - Akado-shM-EM-^MgakkM-EM-^Mmae Station -- Railway station in Tokyo, Japan
Wikipedia - Aka-e -- Japanese woodblock prints
Wikipedia - Akagawa Station -- Railway station in Mutsu, Aomori Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akagera National Park -- National park in Rwanda
Wikipedia - Akagi Castle -- Castle ruins in Kumano, Japan
Wikipedia - Akagi (manga) -- Japanese media franchise based on manga of the same name
Wikipedia - Akagi Station (Gunma) -- Railway station in Midori, Gunma Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akagi Station (Nagano) -- Railway station in Ina, Nagano Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akahori Station -- Railway station in Yokkaichi, Mie Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akaigawa Station -- Railway station in Mori, Hokkaido, Japan
Wikipedia - Akaike Station (Aichi) -- Metro station in Nagoya, Japan
Wikipedia - Akaike Station (Fukuoka) -- Railway station in Fukuchi, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akaike Station (Gifu) -- Railway station in GujM-EM-^M, Gifu Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akai Pegasus -- Japanese manga series
Wikipedia - Akai Station -- Railway station in Iwaki, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akaiwa Formation -- Early Cretaceous geologic formation in Japan
Wikipedia - Akaiwa Station -- Former railway station in Fukushima, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akaji Station -- Railway station in Kotake, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akakage -- Fictional Japanese superhero
Wikipedia - Akakura-Onsen Station -- Railway station in Mogami, Yamagata Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akamai Technologies -- American technology company
Wikipedia - Akama Station -- Railway station in Munakata, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akamatsu clan -- Japanese samurai family
Wikipedia - Akame ga Kill! -- Japanese manga series created by Takahiro and illustrated by Tetsuya Tashiro
Wikipedia - Akameguchi Station -- Railway station in Nabari, Mie Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akamine Station -- Monorail station in Naha, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akamizu Station -- Railway station in Aso, Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akane Fujita -- Japanese voice actress
Wikipedia - Akane Hotta -- Japanese model and actress (born 1992)
Wikipedia - Akane Kuroki -- Japanese equestrian
Wikipedia - Akane Moriya -- Japanese singer and model
Wikipedia - Akane Nakashima -- Japanese goalball player
Wikipedia - Akane Ogura -- Japanese manga artist
Wikipedia - Akane Yamao -- Japanese rhythmic gymnast
Wikipedia - Akano Station -- Railway station in Aki, KM-EM-^Mchi Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akan River -- river in Hokkaido, Japan
Wikipedia - Akaoka Station -- Railway station in KM-EM-^Mnan, KM-EM-^Mchi Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akari Asahina -- Japanese actress
Wikipedia - Akari Kageyama -- Japanese voice actress
Wikipedia - Akari Kaida -- Japanese video game music composer
Wikipedia - Akari KitM-EM-^M -- Japanese voice actress
Wikipedia - Akari Ogata -- Japanese judoka
Wikipedia - Akasaka-mitsuke Station -- Metro station in Tokyo, Japan
Wikipedia - Akasaka Station (Fukuoka) -- Metro station in Fukuoka, Japan
Wikipedia - Akasaka Station (Gunma) -- Railway station in Maebashi, Gunma Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akasaka Station (Tokyo) -- Metro station in Tokyo, Japan
Wikipedia - Akasaka Station (Yamanashi) -- Railway station in Tsuru, Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akasakata Station -- Railway station in Hachimantai, Iwate Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akasakaue Station -- Railway station in Ueda, Nagano Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akasaki Station (Tottori) -- Railway station located in Kotoura, Tottori Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akasen -- Historic slang term for red-light districts in 1940s-50s Japan
Wikipedia - Akase Station -- Railway station in Uto, Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akashathile Paravakal -- 2001 film by V. M. Vinu
Wikipedia - Akasha -- Term for either space or M-CM-&ther in traditional Indian cosmology
Wikipedia - Akashic Records of Bastard Magic Instructor -- Japanese light novel series
Wikipedia - Akashina Station -- Railway station in Azumino, Nagano Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akashi Station -- Railway station in Asagiri, HyM-EM-^Mgo Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akash Pandurang Fundkar -- Indian politician
Wikipedia - Aka Station -- Railway station in Aka, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akateeminen Kirjakauppa -- Finnish chain of bookstores
Wikipedia - Akatsuka Station (Ibaraki) -- Railway station in Mito, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akatsuki-class destroyer (1931) -- Destroyer class of the Imperial Japanese Navy
Wikipedia - Akatsuki (spacecraft) {{DISPLAYTITLE:''Akatsuki'' (spacecraft) -- Akatsuki (spacecraft) {{DISPLAYTITLE:''Akatsuki'' (spacecraft)
Wikipedia - Akayu Station -- Railway station in Nan'yM-EM-^M, Yamagata Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akazaki Formation -- Geologic formation in Japan
Wikipedia - Akazu ware -- Type of Japanese pottery
Wikipedia - AKB48 Group -- Series of Japanese idol group
Wikipedia - AKB48 -- Japanese idol group
Wikipedia - Akbar Behkalam -- German-Iranian painter and sculptor
Wikipedia - Akbar Padamsee -- Indian artist
Wikipedia - Akbayan -- Political party in the Philippines
Wikipedia - Akdeniz, Mersin -- a secondary municipality in Mersin, Turkey
Wikipedia - Akebar -- Township and civil parish in North Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Akebonobashi Station -- Metro station in Tokyo, Japan
Wikipedia - AkebonochM-EM-^M-higashimachi Station -- Tram station in KM-EM-^Mchi, KM-EM-^Mchi Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - AkebonochM-EM-^M Station -- Tram station in KM-EM-^Mchi, KM-EM-^Mchi Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akechi Mitsuyoshi -- Japanese samurai
Wikipedia - Akechi Station (Ena) -- Railway station in Ena, Gifu Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akechi Station (Kani) -- Railway station in Kani, Gifu Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akeem Stewart -- Trinidad and Tobago Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - AkelPad
Wikipedia - Akemi Darenogare -- Japanese fashion model and tarento
Wikipedia - Akemi Negishi -- Japanese actress
Wikipedia - Akemi Niwa -- Japanese curler
Wikipedia - Akemi Okamura -- Japanese voice actress
Wikipedia - Akemi SatM-EM-^M (singer) -- Japanese singer and voice actress
Wikipedia - Akemi Takada -- Japanese illustrator
Wikipedia - Akemi Yamada -- Japanese shogi player
Wikipedia - Akeno Station -- Railway station in Ise, Mie Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aker ASA -- Norwegian company
Wikipedia - Aketo Station -- Railway station in Fukaya, Saitama Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - A. K. Fazlul Huq -- Bengali statesman and jurist, Prime Minister of Bengal and Governor of East Pakistan (1873-1962)
Wikipedia - A. K. Gopalan -- Indian politician
Wikipedia - Akhand Path -- Sikh tradition, The continuous nonstop recitation of all the verses in the Shri Guru Granth Sahib
Wikipedia - Akhay Kumar Das -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Akhbar-e-Jahan -- Pakistani Urdu-language magazine
Wikipedia - Akhepatar -- 1999 Gujarati novel by Bindu Bhatt
Wikipedia - Akhil Bharatiya Akhara Parishad -- Hindu secret body of saints
Wikipedia - Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad -- Indian student organisation
Wikipedia - Akhlaq Ahmed -- Pakistani playback singer
Wikipedia - Akhonzada Chitan -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Akhror Bozorov -- Uzbekistani Paralympic powerlifter
Wikipedia - Akhtar Ali Ghulam Kazi (former CM of Sindh) -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Akhtar Aly Kureshy -- Pakistani lawyer (born 1963)
Wikipedia - Akhtar Chaudhry -- Pakistani-Norwegian politician
Wikipedia - Akhtar Hameed Khan -- Pakistani development activist and social scientist
Wikipedia - Akhtar Husain -- Pakistani scholar
Wikipedia - Akhtar Hussain Badshah -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Akhtar Hussain Malik -- Pakistani military officer
Wikipedia - Akhtar Hussain (umpire) -- Pakistani cricket umpire
Wikipedia - Akhtar Karnana railway station -- Railway station in Pakistan
Wikipedia - Akhtar Saeed Medical and Dental College -- College in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
Wikipedia - Akiaga Station -- Railway station in Kure, Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akie Abe -- Wife of Japanese Prime Minister ShinzM-EM-^M Abe
Wikipedia - Akie Yoshizawa -- Japanese idol, singer, and actress
Wikipedia - Akifumi EndM-EM-^M -- Japanese voice actor
Wikipedia - Akifumi Miura -- Japanese actor
Wikipedia - Akigawa Station -- Railway station in Akiruno, Tokyo, Japan
Wikipedia - Akihabara Station -- Railway and metro station in Tokyo, Japan
Wikipedia - Akihiko Adachi -- Japanese mixed martial arts fighter
Wikipedia - Akihiko Hoshide -- Japanese engineer and JAXA astronaut
Wikipedia - Akihiko Koike -- Japanese race walker
Wikipedia - Akihiko Mori -- Japanese video game composer
Wikipedia - Akihiko Nakamura -- Japanese decathlete
Wikipedia - Akihiko Narita -- Japanese video game composer
Wikipedia - Akihiko Noro -- Japanese politician
Wikipedia - Akihiko Okamura -- Japanese photographer
Wikipedia - Akihiko Saito -- Japanese security contractor and terrorism casualty
Wikipedia - Akihiko Suzuki -- Japanese bobsledder
Wikipedia - Akihiko Yamamoto -- Japanese politician
Wikipedia - Akihiro Gono -- Japanese martial artist
Wikipedia - Akihiro Kanamori -- Japanese-born American mathematician
Wikipedia - Akihiro Kasamatsu -- Japanese gymnast
Wikipedia - Akihiro Kitamura -- Japanese actor
Wikipedia - Akihiro Mera -- Japanese sport shooter
Wikipedia - Akihiro Murayama -- Japanese mixed martial artist
Wikipedia - Akihiro Nishimura (politician) -- Japanese politician
Wikipedia - Akihiro Ohata -- Japanese politician
Wikipedia - Akihiro Ota -- Japanese politician
Wikipedia - Akihiro Rinzaki -- Japanese sports shooter
Wikipedia - Akihiro Sato (model) -- Japanese Brazilian model
Wikipedia - Akihiro Takizawa -- Japanese biathlete
Wikipedia - Akihisa Nagashima -- Japanese politician
Wikipedia - Akihito Motohashi -- Japanese Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Akihito -- Emperor of Japan from 1989 to 2019
Wikipedia - Akihito Yokoyama -- Japanese golfer
Wikipedia - Akiho Miyashiro -- Japanese geologist
Wikipedia - Aki Hoshino -- Japanese bikini idol
Wikipedia - Akiho Yoshizawa -- Japanese actress
Wikipedia - Aki-Kameyama Station -- Railway station in Hiroshima, Japan
Wikipedia - Akikawajiri Station -- Railway station in Kure, Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akiko Abe -- Japanese free announcer and actress (born 1978)
Wikipedia - Akiko Adachi -- Japanese goalball player
Wikipedia - Akiko Aruga -- Japanese speed skater
Wikipedia - Akiko Baba -- Japanese tanka poet and literary critic
Wikipedia - Akiko Fukushima -- Japanese professional golfer
Wikipedia - Akiko Furu -- Japanese trampoline gymnast
Wikipedia - Akiko Futaba -- Japanese singer
Wikipedia - Akiko Hiramatsu -- Japanese voice actress
Wikipedia - Akiko Itoyama -- Japanese writer
Wikipedia - Akiko Kamei -- Japanese politician
Wikipedia - Akiko Kitamura -- Japanese figure skater
Wikipedia - Akiko Kobayashi (chemist) -- Japanese chemist
Wikipedia - Akiko Koike -- Japanese voice actress
Wikipedia - Akiko Nakagawa -- Japanese voice actress
Wikipedia - Akiko Nishina -- Japanese actress
Wikipedia - Akiko Sato -- Japanese sports shooter
Wikipedia - Akiko Sekine -- Japanese triathlete
Wikipedia - Akiko Sekiwa -- Japanese female curler
Wikipedia - Akiko Sugiyama -- Palauan politician
Wikipedia - Akiko Suzuki -- Japanese figure skater
Wikipedia - Akiko Toda -- Japanese voice actress
Wikipedia - Akiko Wakabayashi -- Japanese actress
Wikipedia - Akiko Yagi -- Japanese announcer (born 1965)
Wikipedia - Akiko Yamanaka -- Japanese politician
Wikipedia - Akilagpa Sawyerr -- Ghanaian academic
Wikipedia - A Killer Party -- 2020 digital remotely performed musical by Jason Howland and Nathan Tysen
Wikipedia - Aki Maeda -- Japanese actress and singer
Wikipedia - Akimoto Matsuyo -- Japanese playwright
Wikipedia - Akinagahama Station -- Railway station in Takehara, Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aki-Nagatsuka Station -- Railway station in Hiroshima, Japan
Wikipedia - Aki-Nakano Station -- Railway station in Hiroshima, Japan
Wikipedia - Akinari Matsuno -- Japanese light novel author
Wikipedia - Aki Narita -- Japanese speed skater
Wikipedia - A King and Queen in Mourning -- Painting by Carl Friedrich Lessing
Wikipedia - Akinobu Osako -- Japanese judoka
Wikipedia - Akinori Eto -- Japanese politician
Wikipedia - Akinori Nakayama -- Japanese gymnast
Wikipedia - Akino (singer) -- Japanese pop singer
Wikipedia - Akin Pa Rin ang Bukas -- 2013 Philippine television series
Wikipedia - Akinyelure Patrick Ayo -- Nigerian banker
Wikipedia - Akio Arakawa -- Japanese-born American climate scientist
Wikipedia - Akio Chiba -- Japanese manga artist
Wikipedia - Akio Fukuda -- Japanese politician
Wikipedia - Aki Ogawa -- Japanese wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - Akio Kaminaga -- Japanese judoka
Wikipedia - Akio Kanemoto -- Japanese professional golfer
Wikipedia - Akio M-EM-^Ltsuka -- Japanese actor
Wikipedia - Akio Minakami -- Japanese karateka
Wikipedia - Akio Morita -- 20th-century Japanese businessman and co-founder of Sony
Wikipedia - Akio Mori -- Japanese physiologist, sports scientist and writer
Wikipedia - Akio Nojima -- Japanese voice actor
Wikipedia - Akio Ohta -- Japanese speed skater
Wikipedia - Akio Sato (politician, born 1927) -- Japanese politician
Wikipedia - Akio Sato (politician, born 1943) -- Japanese politician
Wikipedia - Akio Toyoda -- Japanese businessman, President and CEO of Toyota
Wikipedia - Akio Watanabe -- Japanese anime filmmaker
Wikipedia - Akio Yashiro -- Japanese composer
Wikipedia - Aki Province -- Former province of Japan
Wikipedia - Akira (1988 film) -- 1988 Japanese animated action film directed by Katsuhiro Otomo
Wikipedia - Akira Amano -- Japanese mangaka
Wikipedia - Akira Amari -- Japanese politician
Wikipedia - Akira Arimura -- Japanese academic
Wikipedia - Akira Asada -- Japanese postmodern critic and curator
Wikipedia - Akira Asahara -- Japanese Magic: The Gathering player
Wikipedia - Akira Emoto -- Japanese actor
Wikipedia - Akira Endo (biochemist) -- Japanese biochemist
Wikipedia - Akira Fujiwara -- Japanese historian
Wikipedia - Akira Gomi -- Japanese photographer
Wikipedia - Akira Gunji -- Japanese politician
Wikipedia - Akira Hosomi -- Japanese chemist
Wikipedia - Akira Ifukube -- Japanese composer
Wikipedia - Akira Inoue (film director) -- Japanese writer and director
Wikipedia - Akira Ishibashi -- Japanese sailor
Wikipedia - Akira Ishida (Go player) -- Japanese Go player
Wikipedia - Akira Ishida -- Japanese actor
Wikipedia - Akira Kamiya -- Japanese actor
Wikipedia - Akira Kasai -- Japanese politician
Wikipedia - Akira Kibe -- Japanese mixed martial arts fighter
Wikipedia - Akira Kikuchi -- Japanese mixed martial arts fighter
Wikipedia - Akira Kinoshita (photographer) -- Japanese photographer
Wikipedia - Akira Kobayashi -- Japanese actor and singer
Wikipedia - Akira Kono -- Japanese artistic gymnast
Wikipedia - Akira Kubodera -- Japanese actor
Wikipedia - Akira Kubo (pentathlete) -- Japanese modern pentathlete
Wikipedia - Akira Kubo -- Japanese actor
Wikipedia - Akira Kume -- Japanese actor
Wikipedia - Akira Kuroiwa -- Japanese speed skater
Wikipedia - Akira Kurosawa -- Japanese film director and screenwriter
Wikipedia - Akira Maeda -- Japanese combat sport event promoter, professional wrestler, MMA fighter
Wikipedia - Akira Masuda -- Japanese karateka
Wikipedia - Akira Mitake -- Japanese composer
Wikipedia - Akira Nishimura -- Japanese composer
Wikipedia - Akira Nishino (politician) -- Japanese politician
Wikipedia - Akira Nogami -- Japanese professional wrestler and actor
Wikipedia - Akira Ohashi -- Japanese actor
Wikipedia - Akira Otaka -- Japanese actor
Wikipedia - Akira RyM-EM-^M -- Japanese motorcycle racer
Wikipedia - Akira SaitM-EM-^M (actress) -- Japanese actress
Wikipedia - Akira Saito (motorcyclist) -- Japanese motorcycle racer
Wikipedia - Akira Sasanuma -- Japanese voice actor
Wikipedia - Akira SatM-EM-^M (photographer) -- Japanese photographer.
Wikipedia - Akira Shichijo -- Japanese politician
Wikipedia - Akira Shoji -- Japanese mixed martial arts fighter
Wikipedia - Akira Sone -- Japanese judoka
Wikipedia - Akira Takeuchi (fashion designer) -- Japanese fashion designer
Wikipedia - Akira Tanaka -- Japanese hurdler
Wikipedia - Akira Tanno -- Japanese photographer
Wikipedia - Akira Toriyama -- Japanese manga artist and video game character designer, known for his work Dragon Ball
Wikipedia - Akira Uchiyama -- Japanese politician
Wikipedia - Akira Ueda -- Japanese video game designer
Wikipedia - Akira Watanabe (motorcyclist) -- Japanese motorcycle racer
Wikipedia - Akira Yabe -- Japanese golfer
Wikipedia - Akira Yamada -- Japanese philosopher
Wikipedia - Akira Yamamoto -- Japanese officer and ace fighter pilot
Wikipedia - Akira Yamamura -- Japanese sailor
Wikipedia - Akira Yanagawa -- Japanese motorcycle racer
Wikipedia - Akisaizaki Station -- Railway station in Mihara, Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Aki Sawada -- Japanese figure skater
Wikipedia - Akisha Albert -- Beauty pageant contestant
Wikipedia - Akishima Station -- Railway station in Akishima, Tokyo, Japan
Wikipedia - Akismet -- Spam filtering service
Wikipedia - Aki-Sogo-byoin-mae Station -- Railway station in Aki, KM-EM-^Mchi Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - A Kiss for the Petals -- Japanese visual novel, launched 2006
Wikipedia - Aki Station -- Railway station in Aki, KM-EM-^Mchi Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akitake KM-EM-^Mno -- Japanese actor
Wikipedia - Akita Port Tower Selion -- Tower building in Akita, Akita prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akita Prefectural General Pool -- Swimming venue in Akita, Japan
Wikipedia - Akita Prefectural Gymnasium -- Stadium in Akita, Akita Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akita Prefectural Road Route 315 -- Road in Akita Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akita Prefecture -- Prefecture of Japan
Wikipedia - Akitashirakami Station -- Railway station in HappM-EM-^M, Akita Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akita Shoten -- Japanese publishing company
Wikipedia - Akita Station -- Railway station in Akita, Akita Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akito Arima -- Japanese politician
Wikipedia - Akitomo Kaneko -- Japanese gymnast
Wikipedia - Akito Nakatsuka -- Japanese video game composer
Wikipedia - Aki Tonoike -- Japanese speed skater
Wikipedia - Akitoshi Tamura -- Japanese martial artist
Wikipedia - Akito Tsuda -- Japanese photographer
Wikipedia - Aki Toyosaki -- Japanese actress
Wikipedia - Akitsugu Amata -- Japanese swordsmith
Wikipedia - Akitsu Station (Hiroshima) -- Railway station in Higashihiroshima, Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akitsu Station (Tokyo) -- Railway station in Higashimurayama, Tokyo, Japan
Wikipedia - Akiyaguchi Station -- Railway station in Hiroshima, Japan
Wikipedia - Akiyama Station -- Railway station in Matsudo, Chiba Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akiyasu Motohashi -- Japanese motorcycle racer
Wikipedia - Aki Yazawa -- Japanese kayaker
Wikipedia - Akiyo Nishiura -- Japanese mixed martial artist
Wikipedia - Akiyo Noguchi -- Japanese climber
Wikipedia - Akiyoshi Ohmachi -- Japanese professional golfer
Wikipedia - Akiyuki Kido -- Japanese ice dancer
Wikipedia - Akizuki-class destroyer (1959) -- Destroyer class of the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force
Wikipedia - Akizuki Satsuo -- Japanese diplomat
Wikipedia - A. K. Jamil -- Pakistani anaesthetist
Wikipedia - Akkarapacha -- 1972 film
Wikipedia - Akkara Paha -- 1969 film
Wikipedia - Akkeshi Station -- Railway station in Akkeshi, Hokkaido, Japan
Wikipedia - Akleem Akhtar -- Pakistan brothel madam
Wikipedia - Akmal Saif Chatha -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - AkM-EM-^M Line -- Railway line in Japan
Wikipedia - AKM Semiconductor, Inc. -- Japanese-owned American Semiconductor manufacturer
Wikipedia - AknM-DM-+ste Municipality -- Municipality of Latvia
Wikipedia - Ako (actress) -- Japanese actress
Wikipedia - Ako Bicol -- Political party in the Philippines
Wikipedia - Akogashima Station -- Railway station in KM-EM-^Mriyama, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akogi Station -- Railway station in Tsu, Mie Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akoka Doi -- Papua New Guinean politician
Wikipedia - Ako Kondo -- Japanese ballet dancer
Wikipedia - Akolawa -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Akolet language -- Austronesian language spoken in Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - Ako Mayama -- Japanese voice actress
Wikipedia - Akop Stepanyan -- Russian mixed martial artist
Wikipedia - A. K. Padmanabhan -- Indian politician
Wikipedia - Akpan Hogan Ekpo -- Nigerian Economist and Professor
Wikipedia - Akpan Utuk -- Nigerian army colonel
Wikipedia - A. K. Patel -- Indian politician
Wikipedia - AK Racing -- Auto-racing company
Wikipedia - Akram al-Ajouri -- Palestinian terrorist organization leader
Wikipedia - Akram Cheema -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Akram Dashti -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Akram Khan Durrani -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Akram Khatoon -- Pakistani banker
Wikipedia - Akram Sheikh -- Pakistani lawyer
Wikipedia - Akron Beacon Journal -- American newspaper
Wikipedia - Aks (2011 TV series) -- Pakistani TV drama series
Wikipedia - Aksana Sivitskaya -- Belarusian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Aksapada Gautama
Wikipedia - Akselos -- Swiss software company
Wikipedia - Akshapada Gotama
Wikipedia - Akshar Purushottam Upasana
Wikipedia - Akshat Khamparia -- Indian chess player
Wikipedia - Akshaya Alshi -- Indian beauty pageant titleholder
Wikipedia - Akshaya Patra Foundation -- Indian non-profit organization
Wikipedia - Akshaya Patra -- Divine Vessel in Hindu Scriptures
Wikipedia - AK Steel Holding -- American company
Wikipedia - Aksyon Demokratiko -- Party-list in the Philippines
Wikipedia - Aktiebolag -- Swedish form of limited company or corporation
Wikipedia - Aktietrykkeriet -- Former Norwegian printing and publishing company
Wikipedia - Aktsent -- Ukrainian political party
Wikipedia - Akugyo -- enormous species of mermaid found in the waters surrounding Japan
Wikipedia - Akui Station -- Railway station in Tokushima, Japan
Wikipedia - Akune Station -- Railway station in Akune, Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akupara Games -- American video game publisher
Wikipedia - Aku Partanen -- Finnish racewalker
Wikipedia - Akuragawa Station -- Railway station in Yokkaichi, Mie Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Akurojin-no-hi -- Japanese mythological creature
Wikipedia - Akutagawayama Castle -- Castle ruins in Osaka, Japan
Wikipedia - Akutan Zero -- Japanese Fighter Aircraft
Wikipedia - Akvavit Theatre -- Theater company in Chicago, Illinois
Wikipedia - Alabama Republican Party -- Alabama affiliate of the Republican Party
Wikipedia - A Laboratory Manual for Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy -- Book by Libbie Hyman
Wikipedia - Alachua County Today -- Newspaper in Alachua, Florida, United States
Wikipedia - Aladar KorosfM-EM-^Qi-Kriesch -- Hungarian Art Nouveau painter
Wikipedia - Aladdin (1979 musical) -- Musical/pantomime written by Sandy Wilson
Wikipedia - Aladdin (1992 Golden Films film) -- 1992 US/Japanese short animated film directed by Masakazu Higuchi and Chinami Namba
Wikipedia - Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp (Cliff Richard and the Shadows album) -- 1964 pantomime cast album by Cliff Richard and the Shadows
Wikipedia - Aladji Ba -- French Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Al Agnew -- American naturalist painter
Wikipedia - Ala Hlehel -- Palestinian writer
Wikipedia - Al-Ahram Weekly -- English newspaper based in Cairo, Egypt
Wikipedia - Alain Akouala Atipault -- Congolese politician
Wikipedia - Alain Fuss -- French Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Alain Hernandez -- Spanish actor
Wikipedia - Alain Pasquier -- French art historian
Wikipedia - Alain Passard -- French chef
Wikipedia - Alaipayuthey -- 2000 film by Mani Ratnam
Wikipedia - AlajM-CM-$rvi administrative centre -- Municipal buildings in AlajM-CM-$rvi, Finland
Wikipedia - Alajos Gyorgyi Giergl -- Hungarian painter
Wikipedia - Alaka Deshpande -- Indian medical doctor and social worker
Wikipedia - Al Akhbar (Pakistan) -- Pakistani Newspaper
Wikipedia - Al Amal (Lebanon) -- Lebanese newspaper
Wikipedia - Al Amal (political party) -- Tunisian political party
Wikipedia - Alamata -- Place and separated town Tigray Region, Ethiopia
Wikipedia - Alamdevi -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Alameda Municipal Power
Wikipedia - Al Ameen (newspaper) -- Malayalam language newspaper
Wikipedia - Alamgir Hashmi -- Anglo-Pakistani poet (born 1951)
Wikipedia - Alamgir Hyder Khan -- Bangladesh Nationalist Party politician
Wikipedia - Alamgir Welfare Trust -- Social welfare organization in Pakistan
Wikipedia - Alamosa, Colorado -- Home Rule Municipality in Colorado, United States
Wikipedia - Alampu -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Alam Reg railway station -- Railway station in Pakistan
Wikipedia - Alana Maldonado -- Brazilian Paralympic judoka
Wikipedia - Alan Bartholomai -- Australian geologist and palaeontologist
Wikipedia - Alan Craig -- British UK Independence Party politician
Wikipedia - Alan Dufty -- Australian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Alan Emond -- British paediatrician
Wikipedia - A Lane near Arles -- Painting by Vincent van Gogh
Wikipedia - Alan Gourley -- South African painter
Wikipedia - Alan Greenspan -- 13th Chair of the US Federal Reserve
Wikipedia - Alan J. Charig -- British palaeontologist
Wikipedia - Alan J. Pakula -- American film director, writer and producer
Wikipedia - Alan Kelly (politician) -- Leader of the Irish Labour Party
Wikipedia - Alan K. Parrish -- American academic
Wikipedia - Alan Langlands -- University Principal
Wikipedia - Alan McLucas -- Australian Paralympic competitor
Wikipedia - Alanna Schepartz -- American biochemist
Wikipedia - Alan Oliveira -- Brazilian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Alan Page Fiske
Wikipedia - Alan Parker (author) -- film director
Wikipedia - Alan Parker (radio show) -- British radio drama
Wikipedia - Alan Parker -- English film producer and director
Wikipedia - Alan Parks -- British surgeon
Wikipedia - Alan Parry -- English sports commentator
Wikipedia - Alan Parsons -- English audio engineer, musician, and record producer
Wikipedia - Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa -- 2013 British comedy film
Wikipedia - Alan Partridge -- Comedic character
Wikipedia - Alan Pasqua -- American pianist
Wikipedia - Alan Pate -- American golfer
Wikipedia - Alan Paton
Wikipedia - Alan Patrick (fighter) -- Brazilian mixed martial arts fighter
Wikipedia - Alan Pattillo -- British television director
Wikipedia - Alan Powell Goffe -- British pathologist
Wikipedia - Alan R. Seid -- Palauan businessman and politician
Wikipedia - Alan Rusbridger -- Newspaper journalist and editor
Wikipedia - Al Ansar Party -- Political party in Egypt
Wikipedia - Alan Shepard -- American astronaut (1923-1998)
Wikipedia - Alan Sked -- Former Leader of the UK Independence Party
Wikipedia - Alan Sparhawk -- American musician and singer-songwriter
Wikipedia - Alan S. Rabson -- American pathologist and cancer researcher
Wikipedia - Alan Sterling Parkes -- English biologist
Wikipedia - Alan W. Paeth -- Canadian computer scientist and bestselling author
Wikipedia - Alapadna pauropis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Alapaevsk
Wikipedia - Alapaha Rise -- Spring
Wikipedia - Alapaha River -- River in Florida, United States
Wikipedia - Alapahoochee River -- River in Florida, United States
Wikipedia - Alapalooza: The Videos -- 1993 film
Wikipedia - Alapayevsk -- Town in Sverdlovsk Oblast, Russia
Wikipedia - Alapayevsky District -- District in Sverdlovsk Oblast, Russia
Wikipedia - ALA Promotions -- Philippine boxing promotion company
Wikipedia - Al-Aqsa Intifada -- 2000-2005 Palestinian uprising against Israel
Wikipedia - Al Arabia Cinema Production & Distribution -- Egyptian film company
Wikipedia - Alarm.com -- American security company
Wikipedia - Alasdair Allan -- Scottish National Party politician
Wikipedia - Alaska Airlines Flight 261 -- Aviation accident over the Pacific Ocean in 2000
Wikipedia - Alaska Broadcast Communications -- Alaskan radio broadcasting company
Wikipedia - Alaska Current -- A warm-water current flowing nortwards along the coast of British Columbia and the Alaska Panhandle
Wikipedia - Alaska Libertarian Party -- Alaska affiliate of the Libertarian Party
Wikipedia - Alaskan Coast Range (painting) -- 1889 oil painting by Albert Bierstadt
Wikipedia - Alaska Passage -- 1959 film
Wikipedia - Alaska Republican Party -- Alaska affiliate of the Republican Party
Wikipedia - Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition -- 1909 exposition in Seattle, Washington
Wikipedia - A Laughing Death in Meatspace -- an album
Wikipedia - Alau Ice Palace -- Sports venue in Kazakhstan
Wikipedia - Alaul Haq Pandavi
Wikipedia - Alau, Nepal -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Al Ayam (Bahrain) -- Arabic newspaper published in Bahrain
Wikipedia - Al-Azhar Park -- Public park in Cairo, Egypt
Wikipedia - Alba Caride -- Spanish rhythmic gymnast
Wikipedia - Albacete Provincial Museum -- Museum of archeology and fine art located in Albacete, Spain
Wikipedia - Alba Delgado -- Salvadoran beauty pageant titleholder
Wikipedia - Albader Parad -- Senior leader of the Abu Sayyaf Islamic militant group
Wikipedia - Al-Badil al-Hadari Party -- Political party in Morocco
Wikipedia - Alba Flores -- Spanish film actress
Wikipedia - Al-Baleed Archaeological Park -- Archaeological site in Oman
Wikipedia - Alba Madonna -- Painting by Raphael
Wikipedia - Albanian Adriatic Sea Coast -- Coastline of the Adriatic Sea spanning the Gulf of Drin to the Bay of VlorM-CM-+
Wikipedia - Albanian Alternative -- Political party
Wikipedia - Albanians in Bosnia and Herzegovina -- Bosnians of partial or full Albanian ancestry
Wikipedia - Albanians in Canada -- Canadians of partial or full Albanian ancestry
Wikipedia - Albanians in Spain -- Spaniards of partial or full Albanian ancestry
Wikipedia - Albanians of Croatia -- Croats of partial or full Albanian ancestry
Wikipedia - Albany Felt Company Complex -- Former industrial site on north edge of New York state capital city
Wikipedia - Albany Park Library -- Public library in Chicago
Wikipedia - Alba Petisco -- Spanish artistic gymnast
Wikipedia - Alba Reche -- Spanish singer-songwriter
Wikipedia - AlbaStar -- Spanish charter and scheduled airline
Wikipedia - Albatross -- Large flying birds in the order Procellariiformes found in the Southern Ocean and the North Pacific
Wikipedia - Albela (2001 film) -- 2001 film by Deepak Sareen
Wikipedia - Albemarle Corporation -- American chemical company
Wikipedia - Alberta Ballet Company -- A ballet professional company
Wikipedia - Albert Adria -- Spanish cook
Wikipedia - Alberta Highway 93 -- Provincial highway in Banff and Jasper national parks in Alberta, Canada
Wikipedia - Alberta New Democratic Party
Wikipedia - Alberta Pandas ice hockey -- Canadian university hockey team
Wikipedia - Alberta Pensions Services Corporation -- Company
Wikipedia - Albert Arenas -- Spanish motorcycle racer
Wikipedia - Albert Arnz -- German painter
Wikipedia - Alberta separatism -- Advocacy for Alberta seceding from Canada
Wikipedia - Albert Aublet -- French painter
Wikipedia - Albert Ayguesparse -- Belgian writer
Wikipedia - Albert Baro -- Spanish actor
Wikipedia - Albert Bettannier -- French painter
Wikipedia - Albert Bierstadt -- 19th-century German-American landscape painter
Wikipedia - Albert Cabestany -- Spanish motorcycle racer
Wikipedia - Albert Cano Smit -- A Spanish Dutch Pianist
Wikipedia - Albert Christopher Addison -- Writer, newspaper reporter
Wikipedia - Albert de Balleroy -- French painter
Wikipedia - Albert Dolmans -- Dutch-American painter
Wikipedia - Albert Embankment -- Road and footpath in Lambeth, London
Wikipedia - Albert E. Sleeper State Park -- Park in Michigan, USA
Wikipedia - Albert Fernand-Renault -- French painter
Wikipedia - Albert GrM-CM-$fle -- German painter
Wikipedia - Albert Hermoso Farras -- Spanish equestrian
Wikipedia - Albert Hertzog -- South African politician, founder of Herstigte Nasionale Party
Wikipedia - Albert H. Robinson -- Canadian painter
Wikipedia - Albertine disparue -- book
Wikipedia - Albert Janesch -- Austrian painter
Wikipedia - Albert Kan-Dapaah -- Chartered accountant, politician, minister and member of parliament
Wikipedia - Albert Kuchler -- Danish painter
Wikipedia - Albert Long -- American methodist pastor
Wikipedia - Albert Matignon -- French painter
Wikipedia - Albert Mulder -- Dutch painter
Wikipedia - Alberto Alcocer -- Spanish businessman
Wikipedia - Alberto Ardines -- Spanish musician
Wikipedia - Alberto Areces -- Spanish sports shooter
Wikipedia - Alberto Arnone -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Alberto Bertoldi -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Alberto Bragaglia -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Alberto Caballero -- Spanish filmmaker
Wikipedia - Alberto Carpani -- Italian singer
Wikipedia - Alberto Chipande -- Mozambican politician
Wikipedia - Alberto Closas -- Spanish actor
Wikipedia - Alberto Cutie -- Catholic priest turned Episcopalian priest
Wikipedia - Alberto Fabra -- Spanish politician
Wikipedia - Alberto Fernandez (sport shooter) -- Spanish sport shooter
Wikipedia - Albert of Trapani
Wikipedia - Alberto Galan -- Spanish-Mexican actor
Wikipedia - Alberto Garzon -- Spanish politician and economist
Wikipedia - Alberto Giacometti -- Swiss sculptor and painter (1901-1966)
Wikipedia - Alberto Gines Lopez -- Spanish climber (born 2002)
Wikipedia - Alberto Honrubia -- Spanish equestrian
Wikipedia - Alberto Iglesias -- Spanish composer
Wikipedia - Alberto Issel -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Alberto Jimenez-Becerril -- Spanish politician
Wikipedia - Alberto Losada -- Spanish road bicycle racer
Wikipedia - Alberto Melillo -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Alberto Mendez -- Spanish novelist
Wikipedia - Alberto Mielgo -- Spanish Director and artist
Wikipedia - Alberto Moncayo -- Spanish motorcycle racer
Wikipedia - Alberto Moreiras (pentathlete) -- Spanish modern pentathlete
Wikipedia - Alberto Morillas -- Spanish perfumer
Wikipedia - Alberto Pagani -- Italian motorcycle racer
Wikipedia - Alberto Paniz-Mondolfi -- Venezuelan scientist
Wikipedia - Alberto Pappafava -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Alberto Pascaleo -- 16th-century Catholic bishop
Wikipedia - Alberto Pasquali -- Italian actor
Wikipedia - Alberto Puig -- Spanish motorcycle racer
Wikipedia - Alberto Rojo Blas -- Spanish politician
Wikipedia - Alberto Rubio -- Spanish judoka
Wikipedia - Alberto Ruiz -- Spanish pole vaulter
Wikipedia - Alberto Sanchez (canoeist) -- Spanish canoeist
Wikipedia - Alberto San Juan -- Spanish film, television, and theater actor
Wikipedia - Alberto Simonelli -- Italian Paralympic archer
Wikipedia - Alberto Suarez Laso -- Spanish Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Alberto Valenzuela Llanos -- Chilean painter
Wikipedia - Albert Paine -- American author and biographer
Wikipedia - Albert Park Circuit -- Motorsport track in Australia
Wikipedia - Albert Parker (director) -- American film director
Wikipedia - Albert Park tunnels
Wikipedia - Albert Parsons
Wikipedia - Albert Patron -- Italian composer
Wikipedia - Albert Patterson -- American politician
Wikipedia - Albert-Paul Granier -- French lyricist
Wikipedia - Albert Paulig -- German actor
Wikipedia - Albert Payson Terhune -- American author and journalist
Wikipedia - Albert Pessler -- 17th c. provost of Patriarchate of Aquileia
Wikipedia - Albert Plecy -- French journalist, painter, photographer and filmmaker, semiotician (1914-1977)
Wikipedia - Albert Rivera -- Spanish politician
Wikipedia - Albert Rubin -- Bulgarian-born Israeli painter, sculptor and artist
Wikipedia - Alberts Freres -- Dutch film production company
Wikipedia - Albert Simon -- Luxembourgian painter
Wikipedia - Albertslund Municipality
Wikipedia - Albert Sorby Buxton -- British painter and historian
Wikipedia - Albert Spaggiari -- French criminal
Wikipedia - Albert Spaier
Wikipedia - Albert Thomas DeRome -- American painter
Wikipedia - Albert Toro -- Papua New Guinean actor
Wikipedia - Albert T. Patrick
Wikipedia - Albert Tschautsch -- German painter
Wikipedia - Albertus Parisiensis
Wikipedia - Albertus Theodore Briggs -- Methodist Episcopal minister
Wikipedia - Albert Viaplana -- Spanish architect and author
Wikipedia - Albert Wilhelm Anton Brandon-Cremer -- Actor and theatre company manager (b. 1871, d. 1959)
Wikipedia - Albert Young Hassell -- Australian pastoralist and politician
Wikipedia - Albert Zimmermann -- German painter
Wikipedia - Albi Apostles -- C. 1620 painting series by Georges de La Tour
Wikipedia - Albie Sachs -- South African anti-Apartheid activist leader, author and judge of the Constitutional Court
Wikipedia - Albiges-Mablep Rural LLG -- Local-level government in Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - Albin BrunovskM-CM-= -- Slovak painter, graphic artist, lithographer, illustrator, and pedagogue
Wikipedia - Albino Gonzalez y Menedez Reigada -- Spanish bishop
Wikipedia - Albion plantation -- Sugar plantation in Saint David Parish, Jamaica
Wikipedia - Alboran Island -- Spanish island in the western Mediterranean
Wikipedia - Albrecht Altdorfer -- German painter, engraver and architect
Wikipedia - Albrecht Beutelspacher -- German mathematician
Wikipedia - Albrecht Durer's Visit to Antwerp in 1520 -- Painting by Henri Leys
Wikipedia - Albrecht Durer -- German painter, printmaker and theorist
Wikipedia - Albrechtice (M-CM-^Zsti nad Orlici District) -- village in M-CM-^Zsti nad Orlici county of Pardubice region
Wikipedia - Albrook (Panama Metro) -- Panama metro station
Wikipedia - Albugo -- A genus of plant-parasitic oomycetes
Wikipedia - Album Verlag -- Austrian publishing company
Wikipedia - Albuquerque Police Department -- Municipal police in New Mexico, U.S.
Wikipedia - Albury V/Line rail service -- Passenger rail service in Victoria and New South Wales, Australia
Wikipedia - Alcalde mayor -- Spanish municipal magistrate
Wikipedia - Alcalde -- Spanish municipal magistrate
Wikipedia - Alcamenes, son of Sthenelaides -- 5th-century BC Spartan general
Wikipedia - Alcantara, Cebu -- 5th Class Municipality in the Cebu province, Philippines
Wikipedia - Alcantara, Romblon -- Municipality of the Philippines in the province of Romblon
Wikipedia - Alcatrazes Islands -- Archipelago off the coast of Sao Pauo state, Brazil
Wikipedia - Alcazar Genil -- Historic building in Granada, Spain
Wikipedia - Alcazar of Seville -- Royal palace in Seville, Spain
Wikipedia - Alcazar -- Type of Moorish castle or palace in Spain and Portugal
Wikipedia - Alcester -- Market town and civil parish in Warwickshire, England
Wikipedia - Alchemist (company) -- Japanese video game developer
Wikipedia - Alcibiades Gonzalez Delvalle -- Paraguayan journalist
Wikipedia - Alcman -- Ancient Greek lyric poet from Sparta
Wikipedia - AlcM-CM-"ntara Launch Center -- satellite launching facility of the Brazilian Space Agency
Wikipedia - Alcoa -- American materials company
Wikipedia - Alcohol and spaceflight
Wikipedia - Alcohol exclusion laws -- Laws permitting insurance companies to deny alcohol-relatd claims
Wikipedia - Alcon Entertainment -- American film production company
Wikipedia - Alcott Skei Gwentshe -- South African anti-Apartheid activist (d. 1966)
Wikipedia - Alcoy, Cebu -- Municipality of the Philippines in the province of Cebu
Wikipedia - Alcoy, Spain
Wikipedia - Alcyonium palmatum -- Species of soft coral in the family Alcyoniidae commonly called red dead man's fingers
Wikipedia - Al Daayen -- Municipality in Qatar
Wikipedia - Alddreu Airfield -- Former Imperial Japanese air base
Wikipedia - Aldea Island (Campana Archipelago) -- Island off the coast of southern Chile
Wikipedia - Alden Advertiser -- Newspaper published in Alden
Wikipedia - Alderley Park -- Former country estate in England
Wikipedia - Alderman Canal West -- Part of the Local Nature Reserve in Suffolk
Wikipedia - Alderman -- Member of a municipal assembly or council
Wikipedia - Aldershot (UK Parliament constituency) -- Parliamentary constituency in the United Kingdom
Wikipedia - Aldford House -- Park Lane mansion
Wikipedia - Al-Dhira' -- Disused name for the two pairs of brightest stars in Canis Minoris and Geminorum
Wikipedia - Aldir Mendes de Sousa -- Brazilian painter and physician
Wikipedia - Aldo Bergolli -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Aldobrandini Madonna -- Painting by Raphael
Wikipedia - Aldo Chaparro -- Peruvian sculptor
Wikipedia - Aldo di Cillo Pagotto -- Brazilian archbishop
Wikipedia - Aldo Manganaro -- Italian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Aldo Mario Aroldi -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Aldona GrigaliM-EM-+nienM-DM-^W -- Lithuanian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Aldona LiM-DM-^MkutM-DM-^W-JusionienM-DM-^W -- Lithuanian painter
Wikipedia - Aldo Patriciello -- Italian politician
Wikipedia - Aldrich Bay Park -- Park in Sai Wan Ho, Hong Kong
Wikipedia - Al-Dustour (Egypt) -- Egyptian newspaper
Wikipedia - Aldwark, North Yorkshire -- Village and civil parish in North Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - A League of Their Own (British game show) -- British sports-based comedy panel game on Sky One
Wikipedia - Alec Mapa -- American actor, comedian and writer
Wikipedia - Alec Pecker -- British painter
Wikipedia - Alectoria (fungus) -- Genus of lichenised fungi in the family Parmeliaceae
Wikipedia - Aled Davies (field athlete) -- Welsh Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Aleem Dar -- Pakistani cricket umpire
Wikipedia - Aleem Khan -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Alega Gang: Public Enemy No.1 of Cebu -- 1988 film starring Ramon "Bong" Revilla and Robin Padilla
Wikipedia - Alegaon Paga -- Village in Maharashtra
Wikipedia - Alegranza -- A Spanish island in the Atlantic Ocean
Wikipedia - Alegre River (Parana) -- River in Brazil
Wikipedia - Alegria, Cebu -- Municipality of the Philippines in the province of Cebu
Wikipedia - Alegrias -- Spanish musical form, Spanish folk music
Wikipedia - Aleipata Islands -- Four islands in Atua District, Samoa
Wikipedia - Aleix Espargaro -- Spanish motorcycle racer
Wikipedia - Aleix SuM-CM-1e -- Spanish para-alpine ski guide
Wikipedia - Alejandra Quereda -- Spanish rhythmic gymnast
Wikipedia - Alejandra Silva -- Spanish publicist
Wikipedia - Alejandro Abascal -- Spanish sailor
Wikipedia - Alejandro Ballestero -- Spanish politician
Wikipedia - Alejandro Barrenechea -- Spanish gymnast
Wikipedia - Alejandro Blanco -- President of the Spanish Olympic Committee
Wikipedia - Alejandro Bustillo -- Argentine painter and architect
Wikipedia - Alejandro CaM-CM-1izares -- Spanish professional golfer
Wikipedia - Alejandro Cao de Benos -- Spanish-North Korean political activist
Wikipedia - Alejandro Carnicero -- Spanish sculptor
Wikipedia - Alejandro Cercas -- Spanish politician (born 1949)
Wikipedia - Alejandro Cobo -- Spanish-Mexican actor
Wikipedia - Alejandro Coello Calvo -- Spanish musician
Wikipedia - Alejandro Ferrant Vazquez -- Spanish architect
Wikipedia - Alejandro Garcia Padilla -- Governor of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Alejandro Guerrero -- Mexican Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Alejandro Jorda -- Spanish equestrian
Wikipedia - Alejandro Lerroux -- Spanish pro-Republican politician
Wikipedia - Alejandro Malaspina -- Spanish explorer
Wikipedia - Alejandro MuM-CM-1oz-Alonso -- Spanish politician
Wikipedia - Alejandro OrdoM-CM-1ez -- 19th century Spanish mayor of Ponce, Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Alejandro Pardo -- Italian motorcycle racer
Wikipedia - Alejandro Ramirez (economist) -- Spanish economist
Wikipedia - Alejandro Rodriguez de Valcarcel -- Spanish falangist politician
Wikipedia - Alejandro Roman -- Spanish composer and pianist
Wikipedia - Alejandro Sanz -- Spanish singer-songwriter and musician
Wikipedia - Alejandro Zaera-Polo -- Spanish architect
Wikipedia - Alejo de Esparza -- Basque soldier and merchant, who served as Commander of the Fort of Buenos Aires
Wikipedia - Alejo Velez -- Spanish Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Aleka Papariga -- Greek politician
Wikipedia - Alekos Fassianos -- Greek painter
Wikipedia - Aleksander Gierymski -- Polish painter
Wikipedia - Aleksander JM-DM-^Ydrzejewski -- Polish painter
Wikipedia - Aleksander Klopotowski -- Polish painter
Wikipedia - Aleksander Krupa -- Polish actor (born 1947)
Wikipedia - Aleksander Soltan -- Polish painter
Wikipedia - Aleksandra Apanovich -- Soviet canoeist
Wikipedia - Aleksandra Boikova -- Russian pair skater
Wikipedia - Aleksandra Ekster -- 20th-century Russian painter
Wikipedia - Aleksandr Borisov (painter) -- Russian painter
Wikipedia - Aleksandr Galliamov -- Russian pair skater
Wikipedia - Aleksandr Gerasimov (painter) -- Soviet artist
Wikipedia - Aleksandr Gorelik -- Soviet pair skater
Wikipedia - Aleksandr Oparin
Wikipedia - Aleksandr Palladin
Wikipedia - Aleksandr Pal -- Russian actor
Wikipedia - Aleksandr Pashkov -- Russian bobsledder
Wikipedia - Aleksandr Shtepa -- Russian decathlete
Wikipedia - Aleksandr Svechnikov -- Uzbekistani Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Aleksa Palladino -- American actress and singer
Wikipedia - Aleksa Spahic -- Croatian pentathlete
Wikipedia - Aleksei Saks -- Estonian pair skater
Wikipedia - Aleksey Abrikosov -- Soviet pathologist
Wikipedia - Alekseyev Central Hydrofoil Design Bureau -- Russian aviation company based in Nizhniy Novgorod
Wikipedia - Aleksey Pavlovitch Hansky -- Russian astronomer
Wikipedia - Aleksey Voropayev -- Russian artistic gymnast
Wikipedia - Aleksi Kirjonen -- Finnish Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Aleks Paunovic -- Canadian actor
Wikipedia - Alemdar Mustafa Pasha -- Ottoman Grand Vizier (1755-1808)
Wikipedia - AleM-EM-! M-EM- vehlik -- Czech Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Alena Pasechnik -- Belarusian shot putter
Wikipedia - Alenia Aermacchi -- Italian company active in the aeronautics sector
Wikipedia - Alenia C-27J Spartan -- Military transport aircraft
Wikipedia - Alenka ZupanM-DM-^MiM-DM-^M -- Slovenian philosopher
Wikipedia - Alen Panov -- Ukrainian diplomat
Wikipedia - Alenquer Municipality, Portugal
Wikipedia - Alen Space -- Spanish Space Company
Wikipedia - Aleph (Japanese cult) -- Japanese cult and terrorist organization
Wikipedia - Alepotrypa cave -- Cave and archaeological site in the Mani region of the Peloponnese peninsula of Greece
Wikipedia - Aleppo Public Park
Wikipedia - Alerame Maria Pallavicini -- Doge of the Republic of Genoa
Wikipedia - Ales Pushkin -- Belarusian non-conformist painter, theater artist, performer, and art curator
Wikipedia - Alessandra Cernuschi -- Italian pair skater
Wikipedia - Alessandra Pagliaro -- Italian female weightlifter
Wikipedia - Alessandra Panaro -- Italian actress
Wikipedia - Alessandri Altarpiece -- 15th c. painting by Filippo Lippi
Wikipedia - Alessandro Alberti -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Alessandro Albini -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Alessandro Allori -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Alessandro Aretusi -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Alessandro Arrigoni -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Alessandro Baratta -- Italian painter and engraver
Wikipedia - Alessandro Di Lello -- Italian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Alessandro Franchi (painter) -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Alessandro Guardassoni -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Alessandro Lupo -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Alessandro Mazzola (painter) -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Alessandro Milesi -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Alessandro Panza -- Italian politician
Wikipedia - Alessandro Parronchi
Wikipedia - Alessandro Pavolini -- Italian politician and writer
Wikipedia - Alessandro Rodrigo Silva -- Brazilian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Alessandro Sanquirico -- Italian scenic designer, architect, and painter
Wikipedia - Alessandro Turchi -- Italian painter (1578-1649)
Wikipedia - Alessandro Vitali -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Alessi Bakery -- Historic bakery in Tampa, Florida
Wikipedia - Alessio Palumbo -- Italian motorcycle racer
Wikipedia - Alesso Baldovinetti -- Italian painter (1427-1499)
Wikipedia - Alesso di Benozzo -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Alethea Howard, Countess of Arundel -- English noble and art patron
Wikipedia - Aleutian Current -- An eastward flowing ocean current which lies north of the North Pacific Current;
Wikipedia - Aleutian Islands Campaign
Wikipedia - Aleutian Islands campaign -- WWII battle in Alaska, USA
Wikipedia - Aleutian Islands -- Chain of islands in the northern Pacific Ocean
Wikipedia - Aleutian subduction zone -- Convergence boundary between the North American Plate and the Pacific Plate, that extends from the Alaska Range to the Kamchatka Peninsula.
Wikipedia - Aleviler -- Wikipedia disambiguation page
Wikipedia - Alexa Halko -- American Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Alexa Internet -- American analytics company providing web traffic data
Wikipedia - Alex Algard -- High tech entrepreneur and founder and CEO of Whitepages
Wikipedia - Alexander (actor) -- Japanese-Peruvian actor and model
Wikipedia - Alexander Adamson -- Scottish Episcopal provost
Wikipedia - Alexander Anoprienko -- Professor of the Computer Engineering Department of the Donetsk National Technical University
Wikipedia - Alexander Bogen -- Jewish artist and partisan
Wikipedia - Alexander Burgess -- Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Quincy
Wikipedia - Alexander Carte -- Irish paleozoologist
Wikipedia - Alexander Casteels the Elder -- Flemish painter
Wikipedia - Alexander Champion (East India Company officer) -- British East India Company general
Wikipedia - Alexander Charles Garrett -- 19th and 20th-century Episcopal bishop and missionary
Wikipedia - Alexander Croft Shaw -- 19th-century Canadian Anglican missionary in Japan
Wikipedia - Alexander Crummell -- African-American Episcopal saint
Wikipedia - Alexander Enbert -- Russian pair skater
Wikipedia - Alexander Farnese, Duke of Parma -- Duke of Parma and Governor of the Spanish Netherlands
Wikipedia - Alexander Flyabout D -- 1931 aircraft by Alexander Airplane Company
Wikipedia - Alexander Haldane -- Scottish newspaper proprietor and barrister
Wikipedia - Alexander Hamilton Preparatory Academy -- High school in Union County, New Jersey, United States
Wikipedia - Alexander Herschel and Pauline G. McMicken House -- Historic house in West Allis, Wisconsin
Wikipedia - Alexander Heubel -- Latvian painter
Wikipedia - Alexander Hugh Chisholm -- Australian journalist, newspaper editor, author and amateur ornithologist
Wikipedia - Alexander Hugo Bakker Korff -- Dutch painter
Wikipedia - Alexander Kellock Brown -- Scottish landscape painter (1849-1922)
Wikipedia - Alexander Kopacz -- Canadian bobsledder
Wikipedia - Alexander Korovin -- Russian pair skater
Wikipedia - Alexander Kravchenko (revolutionary) -- Russian revolutionary, agronomist, and partisan
Wikipedia - Alexander Kruse -- American painter
Wikipedia - Alexander Lipatov -- Russian canoeist
Wikipedia - Alexander Mack -- Co-founder and first pastor of the Schwarzenau Brethren
Wikipedia - Alexander Markuntsov -- Russian pair skater
Wikipedia - Alexander Michelis -- German landscape painter
Wikipedia - Alexander Mollinger -- Dutch painter
Wikipedia - Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, Paris
Wikipedia - Alexander of Apamea -- 5th-century Bishop of Apamea
Wikipedia - Alexander of Aphrodisias -- 2nd-3rd century Greek peripatetic philosopher
Wikipedia - Alexander Oparin
Wikipedia - Alexander Paal -- Hungarian film writer, director
Wikipedia - Alexander Palace (Faberge egg) -- 1908 Imperial Faberge egg
Wikipedia - Alexander Palace -- Russian palace
Wikipedia - Alexander Palm -- Russian dramatist, novelist, poet
Wikipedia - Alexander Parkhomenko (film) -- 1942 film
Wikipedia - Alexander Parris -- American architect
Wikipedia - Alexander Parygin -- Kazakhstani modern pentathlete
Wikipedia - Alexander Patch -- United States Army general
Wikipedia - Alexander Payer -- Austrian snowboarder
Wikipedia - Alexander Payne -- American film director, producer and screenwriter
Wikipedia - Alexander Popov (figure skater) -- Russian pair skater
Wikipedia - Alexander Popov (film) -- 1949 film by Herbert Rappaport
Wikipedia - Alexander Posch -- German painter
Wikipedia - Alexander Rizzoni -- Russian painter
Wikipedia - Alexander Roslin -- Swedish painter
Wikipedia - Alexander Semionov -- Soviet Russian painter
Wikipedia - Alexander Smirnov (figure skater) -- Russian pair skater
Wikipedia - Alexander Stepanovich Popov
Wikipedia - Alexander Stepanov
Wikipedia - Alexander's -- Real estate investment trust and former department store chain
Wikipedia - Alexander Thomson (pioneer) -- doctor, pastoralist & politician from Victoria Australia born 1800
Wikipedia - Alexander Tiranoff -- American painter
Wikipedia - Alexander Topay -- Austrian modern pentathlete
Wikipedia - Alexander Vakhrameyev -- Russian painter (b. 1874, d. 1926)
Wikipedia - Alexander Van Rensselaer -- American sportsman, philanthropist, and patron of Princeton University
Wikipedia - Alexander Viets Griswold -- 19th-century American Episcopal bishop
Wikipedia - Alexander von Volborth -- Russian paleontologist
Wikipedia - Alexander Wetmore -- American ornithologist and avian paleontologist (1886-1978)
Wikipedia - Alexander Winchell -- US geologist and paleontologist
Wikipedia - Alexander Zeisal Bielski -- leader of the Bielski partisans
Wikipedia - Alexandra Dimoglou -- Greek Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Alexandra Haeseker -- Canadian painter, printmaker and installation artist
Wikipedia - Alexandra Helbling -- Swiss Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Alexandra Jimenez -- Spanish actress
Wikipedia - Alexandra Palace television station -- Television transmission site in north London
Wikipedia - Alexandra Park (actress) -- Australian actress
Wikipedia - Alexandra Park, Hastings -- Alexandra Park is a public park located in Hastings, East Sussex in England covering 109 acres through the centre of Hastings
Wikipedia - Alexandra Paul (figure skater) -- Canadian ice dancer
Wikipedia - Alexandra Phillips (Brexit Party politician) -- British Brexit Party politician
Wikipedia - Alexandra Phillips (Green politician) -- Green Party of England and Wales politician, Mayor of Brighton and Hove
Wikipedia - Alexandra Rapaport -- Swedish actress
Wikipedia - Alexandra Rickham -- British Paralympic sailor
Wikipedia - Alexandra Rodriguez Long -- Spanish pair skater
Wikipedia - Alexandra Samuilovna Panafidina -- Russian book publisher
Wikipedia - Alexandra Stepanova -- Russian ice dancer
Wikipedia - Alexandre Bloch -- French painter
Wikipedia - Alexandre Bompard -- French businessman
Wikipedia - Alexandre Calame -- Swiss painter
Wikipedia - Alexandre Despatie -- Canadian diver and broadcaster
Wikipedia - Alexandre Egorov -- Russian painter and Haiku poet
Wikipedia - Alexandre-Gabriel Decamps -- French painter
Wikipedia - Alexandre Gregoire -- Haitian painter
Wikipedia - Alexandre-Hyacinthe Dunouy -- French painter
Wikipedia - Alexandre Jacovleff -- Russian painter
Wikipedia - Alexandre Paiva -- BJJ practitioner
Wikipedia - Alexandre Pantoja -- Brazilian MMA fighter
Wikipedia - Alexandre Paradeda -- Brazilian sailor
Wikipedia - Alexandre Paulikevitch -- Lebanese dancer
Wikipedia - Alexandre Perrier -- Swiss painter
Wikipedia - Alexandre Roubtzoff -- French painter
Wikipedia - Alexandria Real Estate Equities -- American real estate company
Wikipedia - Alexandria Times-Tribune -- Weekly Wednesday newspaper
Wikipedia - Alexandroff compactification
Wikipedia - Alexandroff plank -- A topological space mathematics
Wikipedia - Alexandros Alexandrakis -- Greek painter
Wikipedia - Alexandros Christofis -- Greek painter
Wikipedia - Alexandros Panayi -- Cypriot singer
Wikipedia - Alexandros Papagos -- Greek military leader and politician
Wikipedia - Alexandros Papamichail -- Greek racewalker
Wikipedia - Alexandr Panfierov
Wikipedia - Alexandr Pavlovich Rasnitsyn
Wikipedia - Alexandru Al. Ioan Cuza -- Romanian pretender and newspaperman
Wikipedia - Alexandru Ioan Lupas -- Romanian mathematician
Wikipedia - Alexandru M-HM-^Xpac -- Moldovan weightlifter
Wikipedia - Alexandru Paleologu -- Romanian politician, diplomat and writer
Wikipedia - Alexandru Papadopol -- Romanian actor
Wikipedia - Alexandru Papana -- Romanian bobsledder and aviator
Wikipedia - Alexandru Pastia -- Romanian military officer
Wikipedia - Alexandru Repan -- Romanian actor
Wikipedia - Alexa Pano -- American golfer
Wikipedia - Alex Cameron (artist) -- Canadian abstract landscape painter
Wikipedia - Alex Debon -- Spanish motorcycle racer
Wikipedia - Alexei Karev -- Russian painter
Wikipedia - Alexei Menshikov -- Russian former pair skater
Wikipedia - Alexei Nikolaevich, Tsarevich of Russia -- Last heir apparent of the last imperial family of Russia (1904-1917)
Wikipedia - Alexei Panshin
Wikipedia - Alexei Petrovich Pavlov
Wikipedia - Alexei Rogonov -- Russian pair skater
Wikipedia - Alexei Shirov -- Latvian-Spanish chess player
Wikipedia - Alexei Sintsov -- Russian pair skater
Wikipedia - Alexei Tikhonov -- Russian pair skater
Wikipedia - Alexey Ashapatov -- Russian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Alexey Ivanov (athlete) -- Russian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Alexey Kuznetsov (field athlete) -- Russian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Alexey Pajitnov -- Russian video game designer and computer engineer, creator of the video game "Tetris"
Wikipedia - Alexey Parygin -- Russian painter
Wikipedia - Alexey Tyranov -- Russian painter
Wikipedia - Alex Hermans -- Belgian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Alexia Paganini -- Swiss-American figure skater
Wikipedia - Alexi Batista -- Panamanian weightlifter
Wikipedia - Alexion Pharmaceuticals -- American healthcare company
Wikipedia - Alexis Delahante -- French painter and antique/art dealer
Wikipedia - Alexis Gritchenko -- Ukrainian painter and art theorist
Wikipedia - Alexis-Jean-Pierre Paucton -- French mathematician
Wikipedia - Alexis Pantchoulidzew -- Russian-Dutch nobleman and equestrian
Wikipedia - Alexis Pappas -- Norwegian chemist
Wikipedia - Alexis Paulin Paris -- French scholar and writer
Wikipedia - Alexis Paumier -- Cuban shot putter
Wikipedia - Alexis Pizarro -- Puerto Rican Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Alexis Simon Belle -- French painter
Wikipedia - Alexius of Constantinople -- 11th-century Patriarch of Constantinople
Wikipedia - Alex MacFarlane -- First holder of an indeterminate birth certificate and passport
Wikipedia - Alex Pacheco (activist)
Wikipedia - Alex Padilla -- U.S. senator-designate from California
Wikipedia - Alex Pagulayan -- Filipino Canadian pool player
Wikipedia - Alex Papps -- Australian actor
Wikipedia - Alex Pareene -- American writer
Wikipedia - Alex Parks -- English singer-songwriter (born 1984)
Wikipedia - Alex (parrot)
Wikipedia - Alex Paton (physician) -- British gastroenterologist, writer, and dean
Wikipedia - Alex Paul Menon -- Indian civil servant
Wikipedia - Alex Paul -- Indian composer
Wikipedia - Alex Rowley -- Former Deputy Leader of the Scottish Labour Party
Wikipedia - Alex Schomburg -- Puerto Rican commercial artist and comic-book artist and painter
Wikipedia - Alexs Pate -- American writer
Wikipedia - Aleyda Ortiz -- Puerto Rican model, TV host, actress and beauty pageant titleholder
Wikipedia - Alfa Financial Software -- British financial software company
Wikipedia - Al-Faqma ice cream parlor bombing
Wikipedia - Alfa Romeo 156 -- Compact executive car
Wikipedia - Alfa Romeo 75 -- Compact executive car
Wikipedia - Alfa Romeo Giulia (952) -- Compact executive saloon manufactured by Alfa Romeo
Wikipedia - Alfa Romeo Pandion -- Concept car designed by Bertone to celebrate Alfa Romeo's 100 year anniversary
Wikipedia - Alfa TV -- Former pay TV service in Cyprus
Wikipedia - ALFA-X -- Experimental Japanese high-speed shinkansen trainset
Wikipedia - Al Fazl (newspaper) -- Pakistani Newspaper
Wikipedia - Alferd Packer -- U.S. Union Army soldier convicted of manslaughter
Wikipedia - Alferez (rank) -- Junior officer rank in the militaries of Spain, Argentina, Chile and Uruguay
Wikipedia - Alfons Borrell i Palazon -- Spanish painter
Wikipedia - Alfonso Agra -- Spanish film, television, and voice actor
Wikipedia - Alfonso Balcazar -- Spanish screenwriter
Wikipedia - Alfonso Camin -- Spanish poet
Wikipedia - Alfonso Ceron -- Spanish chess player
Wikipedia - Alfonso Coloma -- Spanish prelate and bishop
Wikipedia - Alfonso Cortina -- Spanish businessman
Wikipedia - Alfonso de Castro -- Spanish theologian
Wikipedia - Alfonso de la Cerda of Spain -- Castilian noble and archdeacon of Paris (b. 1289, d. 1327)
Wikipedia - Alfonso de Salas -- Spanish newspaper editor and journalist
Wikipedia - Alfonso Esparza Oteo -- Mexican composer
Wikipedia - Alfonso Falero -- Spanish japanologist
Wikipedia - Alfonso Fidalgo -- Spanish Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Alfonso Garcia (judoka) -- Spanish judoka
Wikipedia - Alfonso Giacomo Gaspare Corti
Wikipedia - Alfonso Grosso Sanchez -- Spanish painter
Wikipedia - Alfonso Guerra (bishop) -- Spanish Roman Catholic bishop
Wikipedia - Alfonso Guerra -- Spanish politician
Wikipedia - Alfonso Lacadena -- Spanish archaeologist
Wikipedia - Alfonso Menendez -- Spanish archer
Wikipedia - Alfonso Milian Sorribas -- Spanish prelate
Wikipedia - Alfonso Parera -- Cuban weightlifter
Wikipedia - Alfonso Perales -- Alfonso Perales Pizarro was a Spanish historian and politician
Wikipedia - Alfonso Pitters -- Panamanian athlete
Wikipedia - Alfonso Rodriguez (gymnast) -- Spanish gymnast
Wikipedia - Alfonso Romero Holmes -- Spanish chess player
Wikipedia - Alfonso Segovia -- Spanish equestrian
Wikipedia - Alfonso Ugarte -- Peruvian military commander during the War of the Pacific
Wikipedia - Alfonso Ungria -- Spanish film director and screenwriter
Wikipedia - Alfonso XIII of Spain
Wikipedia - Alfonso XIII -- King of Spain (1886-1941) (ruled 1886-1931)
Wikipedia - Alfonso XII -- King of Spain
Wikipedia - Alfons Schilling -- Swiss painter
Wikipedia - Alfred-Arthur Brunel de Neuville -- French painter
Wikipedia - Alfredas Kulpa-KulpaviM-DM-^Mius -- Lithuanian architect and artist
Wikipedia - Alfred Bennett Bamford -- English painter
Wikipedia - Alfred Berger -- Austrian pair skater
Wikipedia - Alfred Booth and Company -- British shipping line
Wikipedia - Alfred Buckland -- Landowner, auctioneer, farmer, pastoralist, businessman
Wikipedia - Alfred Cowles Sr. -- American newspaper publisher
Wikipedia - Alfred D. Crimi -- 20th century Italian-American painter
Wikipedia - Alfred Duclos DeCelles -- Canadian parliamentary librarian
Wikipedia - Alfred Duriau -- Belgian painter
Wikipedia - Alfred Freddy Krupa -- Croatian artist
Wikipedia - Alfred Garcia -- Spanish singer
Wikipedia - Alfred Gerstenbrand -- Austrian painter
Wikipedia - Alfred Harding (bishop) -- 19th and 20th-century American Episcopal bishop
Wikipedia - Alfred Hitchens -- English painter
Wikipedia - Alfred Jacob Miller -- 19th-century American painter
Wikipedia - Alfred Jorgen Bryn -- Norwegian patent engineer
Wikipedia - Alfred Kowalski -- Polish painter
Wikipedia - Alfred Lanz -- Swiss painter and sculptor
Wikipedia - Alfred Lucas (chemist) -- English chemist and part of Tutankhamun excavation team
Wikipedia - Alfred McAlpine -- British construction company
Wikipedia - Alfredo Arola Blanquet -- Spanish politician
Wikipedia - Alfredo Coello -- Paraguayan sports shooter
Wikipedia - Alfredo E. Pascual -- Filipino banker, finance expert, and former university administrator
Wikipedia - Alfredo Fernandez -- Spanish equestrian
Wikipedia - Alfredo Galan -- Spanish serial killer
Wikipedia - Alfredo Goyeneche -- Spanish equestrian
Wikipedia - Alfredo Landa -- Spanish actor (1933-2013)
Wikipedia - Alfredo Luxoro -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Alfredo Pacini
Wikipedia - Alfredo Pagani -- Italian athletics competitor
Wikipedia - Alfredo Palma -- Nicaraguan weightlifter
Wikipedia - Alfredo Rigau -- Spanish sailor
Wikipedia - Alfredo Rodrigues Gaspar -- Portuguese politician
Wikipedia - Alfredo Spasciani -- Italian bobsledder
Wikipedia - Alfredo Stroessner -- Paraguayan military dictator
Wikipedia - Alfredo Vazquez -- Olympic sailor from Spain
Wikipedia - Alfred Paci -- Swiss male curler
Wikipedia - Alfred Page (Australian politician) -- Australian politician
Wikipedia - Alfred Paget -- British actor
Wikipedia - Alfred Pal -- Croatian painter and graphic designer
Wikipedia - Alfred Pampalon -- Canadian Redemptorist priest
Wikipedia - Alfred Pasquali -- French actor
Wikipedia - Alfred Patusset -- French composer, conductor and musical arrangeur
Wikipedia - Alfred Pinsky -- Canadian painter
Wikipedia - Alfred Pippard -- British engineer (1891-1969)
Wikipedia - Alfred Poupart -- French archer
Wikipedia - Alfred Roller -- Austrian painter, graphic designer, and set designer
Wikipedia - Alfred Schouppe -- Polish painter
Wikipedia - Alfred Schuermans -- Belgian painter
Wikipedia - Alfred Sisley -- 19th-century French painter
Wikipedia - Alfred Stevens (painter)
Wikipedia - Alfred Thomas Agate -- American painter and botanical illustrator
Wikipedia - Alfred Verwee -- Belgian painter
Wikipedia - Alfred William Hunt -- British painter
Wikipedia - Alfreton -- Town and civil parish in Amber Valley, Derbyshire, England
Wikipedia - Alf von Chmielowski -- Austrian painter
Wikipedia - Algebraically compact module -- Module such that infinite systems of linear equations can be solved by solving finite subsystems
Wikipedia - Algebraic stack -- Generalization of algebraic spaces or schemes
Wikipedia - Algebra of physical space
Wikipedia - Algebris -- British asset management company
Wikipedia - Algeciras campaign
Wikipedia - Algemeen Dagblad -- Dutch newspaper
Wikipedia - Algemeen handelsblad voor Nederlandsch-IndiM-CM-+ -- Dutch-language newspaper
Wikipedia - Algemeen Handelsblad -- Dutch newspaper
Wikipedia - Algemeiner Journal -- Newspaper in New York covering Jewish and Israel-related news
Wikipedia - Algerian Communist Party -- Communist party in Algeria
Wikipedia - Algerian Movement for Justice and Development -- Political party in Algeria
Wikipedia - Algerian National Front -- Political party in Algeria
Wikipedia - Algerian National Party -- Political party in Algeria
Wikipedia - Algerian nuthatch -- Small passerine bird
Wikipedia - Algerian Party for Democracy and Socialism -- Political party in Algeria
Wikipedia - Algerian Popular Movement -- Political party in Algeria
Wikipedia - Algerian Rally -- Political party in Algeria
Wikipedia - Algerian Space Agency
Wikipedia - Algernon Sidney Crapsey -- American Episcopal clergyman
Wikipedia - Algernon Sidney -- English politician and member of the middle part of the Long Parliament
Wikipedia - Algie Martin Simons -- American newspaper editor
Wikipedia - Algimanta PabedinskienM-DM-^W -- Lithuanian politician
Wikipedia - Algirdas Petrulis -- Lithuanian painter
Wikipedia - Algirdas Tatulis -- Lithuanian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Algirdas Vaclovas Patackas -- Lithuanian politician
Wikipedia - Algonac State Park -- Park in Michigan, USA
Wikipedia - Algonquin Provincial Park -- Protected area of Ontario
Wikipedia - Al Gore's Penguin Army -- Parody webvideo
Wikipedia - Algorithmic paradigm -- Technique or strategy underlying a variety of algorithms
Wikipedia - Algos -- Ancient Greek mythological personifications of pain
Wikipedia - Alhambra Decree -- 1492 decree expulsion of Jews from Spain
Wikipedia - Alhambra -- Palace and fortress complex in Granada, Andalusia, Spain
Wikipedia - Al-Hasakah Governorate campaign (2012-2013) -- Syrian military campaign
Wikipedia - Alhassane Balde -- German Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Al Huda School (Maryland) -- Private Islamic school located in College Park, Maryland
Wikipedia - Alia Aftab -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Alia Bano -- British playwright of Pashtun origin
Wikipedia - Ali Abbas (actor) -- Pakistani actor
Wikipedia - Ali Abunimah -- Palestinian-American journalist
Wikipedia - Alia Gurtov -- American paleoanthropologist
Wikipedia - Aliaksandr Kuzmichou -- Belarusian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Aliaksandr Parkhomenka -- Belarusian decathlete
Wikipedia - Aliaksandr Subota -- Belarusian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Aliaksandr Tryputs -- Belarusian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Aliaksei Nichypar -- Belarusian shot putter
Wikipedia - Ali Al Ansari -- United Arab Emirati Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Ali Al Tajer -- Iraqi painter and art historian
Wikipedia - Alianza PuertorriqueM-CM-1a -- Political party of Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Alia Zafar -- Pakistani civil servant and businessperson
Wikipedia - Alibaba Cloud -- Chinese cloud computing company
Wikipedia - Ali Baqar Najafi -- | Pakistani justice (born 1963)
Wikipedia - Alibel Alegre -- Spanish figure skater
Wikipedia - Alibe Parsons -- British actress
Wikipedia - Alibori Department -- Department of Benin
Wikipedia - Alicante-Elche Airport -- International airport in Alicante, Spain
Wikipedia - Alice & Zoroku -- Japanese manga series
Wikipedia - Alice Blair Ring -- American painter
Wikipedia - Alice Bush -- Doctor, paediatrician, family planning activist
Wikipedia - Alice Dannenberg -- French painter
Wikipedia - Alice Freeman Palmer
Wikipedia - Alice Frey -- Belgian painter
Wikipedia - Alice Hirose -- Japanese actress and model
Wikipedia - Alice H. Parker -- American inventor
Wikipedia - Alice in Borderland -- Japanese suspense manga series
Wikipedia - Alice in Wonderland (1985 film) -- 1985 two-part film directed by Harry Harris
Wikipedia - Alice Lloyd College -- Liberal arts college in Pippa Passes, KY, US
Wikipedia - Alice Mabel Bacon -- American writer/women's educator/foreign advisor to the Japanese government in Meiji period Japan
Wikipedia - Alice Meredith Williams -- British sculptor and painter, 1877-1934
Wikipedia - Alice no Paint Adventure
Wikipedia - Alice of Wonderland in Paris
Wikipedia - Alice or the Last Escapade
Wikipedia - Alice Pagani -- Italian actress
Wikipedia - Alice Palmer (politician) -- Illinois lawmaker and educator
Wikipedia - Alice Panato -- Italian canoeist
Wikipedia - Alice Parizeau -- Polish born Quebec journalist
Wikipedia - Alice Paul -- American suffragist, feminist and women's rights activist
Wikipedia - Alice Sara Ott -- German-Japanese classical pianist
Wikipedia - Alice Vickery -- English physician and campaigner
Wikipedia - Alice Wainwright Park -- Nature preserve located in Miami, Florida, US
Wikipedia - Alice Wheeldon -- British anti-war campaigner
Wikipedia - Alice Wilson -- Canadian geologist and paleontologist (1881-1964)
Wikipedia - Alicia Amatriain -- Spanish ballet dancer
Wikipedia - Alicia Borrachero -- Spanish actress
Wikipedia - Alicia Boyle -- Irish painter (1908-1997)
Wikipedia - Alicia Cebrian Martinez de Lagos -- Spanish sailor
Wikipedia - Alicia Delibes -- Spanish politician and high school teacher
Wikipedia - Alicia Fernandez (gymnast) -- Spanish gymnast
Wikipedia - Alicia Garcia-Herrero -- Spanish economist and academic
Wikipedia - Alicia Garcia Rodriguez -- Spanish politician
Wikipedia - Alicia Homs Ginel -- Spanish politician
Wikipedia - Alicia Kopf -- Spanish author and artist
Wikipedia - Alicia Marin -- Spanish archer
Wikipedia - Alicia Rodriguez (Spanish actress) -- Mexican actress
Wikipedia - Alicja Fiodorow -- Polish Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Ali Dominguez -- Venezuelan journalist, student politician, and political party leader
Wikipedia - Alien Trespass -- 2009 film by R. W. Goodwin
Wikipedia - Ali Espahbodi -- Iranian economist and politician
Wikipedia - A Life in Parts -- 2016 memoir by Bryan Cranston
Wikipedia - Alif (TV series) -- 2019 Pakistani television series
Wikipedia - Ali Ghribi -- Tunisian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Alight Solutions -- Business process outsourcing company based in Lincolnshire, Illinois
Wikipedia - Align Aerospace -- Aerospace Company
Wikipedia - Ali Haider (singer) -- Pakistani singer
Wikipedia - Ali Hassan Salameh -- 20th-century Palestinian nationalist and terrorist
Wikipedia - Ali Hosseini (powerlifter) -- Iranian Paralympic powerlifter
Wikipedia - Ali Jawad -- British Paralympic powerlifter
Wikipedia - Ali Kazi -- Sindhi-Pakistani journalist and television presenter
Wikipedia - Ali Khan (singer) -- Pakistani, songwriter, and actor
Wikipedia - Ali Mardan Shah -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Alimodian -- Municipality of the Philippines in the province of Iloilo
Wikipedia - Ali Mohammad Yari -- Iranian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Alimony -- Legal obligation to provide financial support to one's spouse due to marital separation
Wikipedia - Ali Muhammad Rashidi -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Alina Dikhtiar -- Ukrainian pair skater
Wikipedia - Alina Payne -- Historian of art and architecture
Wikipedia - Alina Pepeleva -- Russian pair skater
Wikipedia - Alina Rosenberg -- German Paralympic equestrian
Wikipedia - Ali Nawaz Awan -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Ali Nawaz Chowhan -- Pakistani judge
Wikipedia - Aline Griffith, Countess of Romanones -- American-born Spanish aristocrat, socialite, spy, and writer
Wikipedia - Alinta Energy -- Australian energy company
Wikipedia - Ali Omar Ermes -- Libyan painter and author
Wikipedia - Ali Pasha Mubarak -- Egyptian education reformer in 19th century
Wikipedia - Ali Pasha of Ioannina -- Ottoman Albanian ruler
Wikipedia - Ali Pasha Sherif -- Egyptian notable, slaveholder, and breeder of Arabian horses (1834-1897)
Wikipedia - Ali Pasha Tepelena
Wikipedia - Alipay
Wikipedia - Al-Iqtissadiya -- Syrian weekly newspaper
Wikipedia - Aliquippa, Pennsylvania
Wikipedia - Alireza Ghaleh Nasseri -- Iranian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Alireza Kamali -- Iranian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Alireza Shojaian -- Iranian painter
Wikipedia - Ali Sadeghzadeh -- Iranian Paralympic powerlifter
Wikipedia - Ali Sadpara -- Pakistani mountaineer
Wikipedia - Alisa Efimova -- Russian pair skater
Wikipedia - Alisa Takigawa -- Japanese singer-songwriter and musician
Wikipedia - Al-Islah (newspaper) -- Pakistani Urdu-language newspaper
Wikipedia - Alismatid monocots -- Grade of flowering pant orders, within Lilianae
Wikipedia - Alison (company) -- Free online education platform
Wikipedia - Alison Patrick -- British paratriathlete
Wikipedia - Alison Quinn -- Australian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Alison S. Brooks -- American paleoanthropologist
Wikipedia - Alison Sinclair (literary critic) -- British Hispanist
Wikipedia - A List Apart -- Website about web design
Wikipedia - Alister McQueen -- Canadian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Ali Sufiyan Afaqi -- Pakistani film producer-director, writer
Wikipedia - Ali Suliman -- Arab-Palestinian actor
Wikipedia - Alital -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Ali TopaloM-DM-^_lu -- Turkish athlete
Wikipedia - Al-Ittihad (Lebanese newspaper) -- Lebanese newspaper
Wikipedia - A Little Sex -- 1982 film by Bruce Paltrow
Wikipedia - Alix d'Anethan -- Belgian painter
Wikipedia - Aliya Bukhari -- Pakistani novelist and screenwriter
Wikipedia - Aliya Rasheed -- Pakistani singer
Wikipedia - Ali Zafar -- Pakistani singer and film actor
Wikipedia - Alizeh Shah -- Pakistani actress and model
Wikipedia - Aljaferia -- Fortified palace in Zaragoza, Spain
Wikipedia - Al-Jama'a al-Islamiyya (Lebanon) -- Sunni Islamist political party in Lebanon
Wikipedia - Al Jama-ah -- Political party in South Africa
Wikipedia - Al-Jarida -- Arabic-language Kuwaiti daily newspaper
Wikipedia - Al Jazeera America -- Defunct pay television news channel
Wikipedia - Al Jazeera effect -- Impact of new media and media sources on global politics
Wikipedia - Al Jazeera Media Network -- Qatari state-funded multimedia company
Wikipedia - Aljona Savchenko -- Ukrainian-German pair skater
Wikipedia - Alkali feldspar granite -- A granitoid in which at least 90% of the total feldspar is alkali feldspar
Wikipedia - Alkalinity -- The capacity of water to resist changes in pH that would make the water more acidic
Wikipedia - Alkali-silica reaction -- Deleterious expansive chemical reaction affecting reactive siliceous aggregates and damaging concrete
Wikipedia - Alkem Laboratories -- Multinational pharmaceutical company headquartered in Mumbai
Wikipedia - Alkermes (company) -- Irish-domiciled healthcare company
Wikipedia - Al Khor -- Municipality in Qatar
Wikipedia - Alkiviadis Papageorgopoulos -- Greek sports shooter
Wikipedia - Alkmaarderhout -- Park in Alkmaar
Wikipedia - Alkmaar -- City and municipality in North Holland, Netherlands
Wikipedia - Al-Kompars -- 1993 film
Wikipedia - All About Space -- popular science magazine
Wikipedia - Allahdino Sand railway station -- Railway station in Pakistan
Wikipedia - Allah Ditta (hurdler) -- Pakistani hurdler
Wikipedia - Allah Ditta (pole vaulter) -- Pakistani pole vaulter
Wikipedia - Allah Ditta (racewalker) -- Pakistani racewalker
Wikipedia - Allah jang Palsoe -- Play written by Kwee Tek Hoay
Wikipedia - Allahudien Paleker -- Cricket umpire
Wikipedia - Allah Wasaya -- Pakistani islamic scholar
Wikipedia - Allah Yar Ansari -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Allais paradox
Wikipedia - Alla Malchyk -- Ukrainian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - All-American Publications -- American comic book publishing company
Wikipedia - All-Amhara People's Organization -- Political party in Ethiopia
Wikipedia - Allan Butler -- Australian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Allan Chadwick -- Australian Paralympic shooter
Wikipedia - Allan Dorans -- Scottish National Party politician
Wikipedia - Allan Edson -- Canadian landscape painter
Wikipedia - Allan Marat -- Papua New Guinea politician
Wikipedia - Allan Migi -- Papua New Guinean bishop
Wikipedia - Allan Paivio -- Canadian psychologist and writer
Wikipedia - Allan Patterson Newman -- American serial killer and bank robber
Wikipedia - Allan Paule -- Filipino actor
Wikipedia - Allan Ramsay (artist) -- 18th-century Scottish portrait painter
Wikipedia - Allan Stuart -- British Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Allan Walton -- British painter
Wikipedia - Allapalli -- Village in Maharashtra
Wikipedia - All Around Frying Pan -- 1925 film
Wikipedia - Alla-ud-Din -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - All Basotho Convention -- Political party in Lesotho
Wikipedia - Allbirds -- Footwear company
Wikipedia - All Blended Party -- Nigerian political party
Wikipedia - All Day and Night -- 2019 single by Europa and Madison Beer
Wikipedia - Alleghany Corporation -- American investment company
Wikipedia - Allegheny Energy -- US electrical utility company
Wikipedia - Allegheny Technologies -- American materials company
Wikipedia - Allegheny Transportation Company -- 19th century American oil pipeline company
Wikipedia - Allegories (Bellini) -- Series of paintings by Giovanni Bellini and Andrea Previtali in the Gallerie dell'Accademia, Venice
Wikipedia - Allegory of Chastity -- ca. 1505 painting by Lorenzo Lotto
Wikipedia - Allegory of Fertility and Abundance -- Painting by Luca Signorelli
Wikipedia - Allegory of Hispania
Wikipedia - Allegory of Prudence -- painting by Titian
Wikipedia - Allegory of the Earth -- Series of paintings
Wikipedia - Allegory of the long spoons -- Parable
Wikipedia - Allegory of the Vanities of the World -- 1663 painting by Pieter Boel
Wikipedia - Allegory of Vanity and Repentance -- Painting by Cornelis van Haarlem
Wikipedia - Allegory of Virtue and Vice (Veronese) -- Painting by Paolo Veronese
Wikipedia - Allegory of Wisdom and Strength -- C. 1565 painting by Paolo Veronese
Wikipedia - Allel Boukhalfa -- Algerian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Allele frequency -- The relative frequency of a variant of a gene at a particular locus in a population
Wikipedia - Allelopathy -- Production of biochemicals which affect the growth of other organisms
Wikipedia - Allen & Unwin -- Australian independent publishing company
Wikipedia - Allen C. Skorepa -- American lichenologist
Wikipedia - Allen J. Payton -- American farmer and politician from Indiana
Wikipedia - Allen Organ Company -- musical instrument company which builds church organs, home organs and theatre organs
Wikipedia - Allen Park, Michigan
Wikipedia - Allen Webster M-bM-^@M-^\WebM-bM-^@M-^] Hawkins -- Newspaper editor (b. 1925, d. 2016)
Wikipedia - Allergan -- Irish domiciled pharmaceutical company
Wikipedia - Allerston -- Village and civil parish in North Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Allerton Mauleverer with Hopperton -- Civil parish in North Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - All Ethiopian National Movement -- Political party in Ethiopia
Wikipedia - All-Ethiopia Socialist Movement -- Political party in Ethiopia
Wikipedia - Alley Pond Park -- Public park in Queens, New York
Wikipedia - All Fall Down, The Brandon deWilde Story -- 2012 biography written by Patrisha McLean
Wikipedia - All-for-Ireland League -- Defunct Irish nationalist political party
Wikipedia - All for Peru -- Political party in Peru
Wikipedia - All for Victory -- Political party in Peru
Wikipedia - Allhallowtide -- Western Christian triduum encompassing All Hallows' Eve, All Saints' Day, and All Souls' Day
Wikipedia - All horses are the same color -- Paradox arising from an incorrect proof by mathematical induction
Wikipedia - All I Am (Lynsey de Paul and Susan Sheridan song) -- 1980 song performed by Lynsey de Paul
Wikipedia - Alliance 90/The Greens -- Political party in Germany
Wikipedia - Alliance Atlantis -- Canadian-American media company
Wikipedia - Alliance Data -- American technology company
Wikipedia - Alliance Films -- Canadian motion picture distribution/production company
Wikipedia - Alliance for a New Ivory Coast -- Political party in Ivory Coast
Wikipedia - Alliance for Barangay Concerns -- Political party in the Philippines
Wikipedia - Alliance for Change and Transparency -- Political party in Tanzania
Wikipedia - Alliance for Change (Guyana) -- Political party in Guyana
Wikipedia - Alliance for Change (Venezuela) -- Political party in Venezuela
Wikipedia - Alliance for Democracy and Development (Cameroon) -- Political party in Cameroon
Wikipedia - Alliance for Democracy and Development (Zambia) -- Political party in Zambia
Wikipedia - Alliance for Democracy and Federation -- Political party in Burkina Faso
Wikipedia - Alliance for Democracy and Progress (Central African Republic) -- Political party in the Central African Republic
Wikipedia - Alliance for Democracy in Mali -- Political party in Mali
Wikipedia - Alliance for Democracy (Malawi) -- Political party in Malawi
Wikipedia - Alliance for Democratic Change -- Political party in Tanzania
Wikipedia - Alliance for Democratic Renewal -- Political party in Niger
Wikipedia - Alliance for Italy -- Italian political party
Wikipedia - Alliance for Justice and Democracy/Movement for Renewal -- Political party in Mauritania
Wikipedia - Alliance for Local Living -- British political party
Wikipedia - Alliance for National Transformation -- Ugandan political party
Wikipedia - Alliance for New Nigeria -- Political party in Nigeria
Wikipedia - Alliance for Patriotic Reorientation and Construction -- Political party in the Gambia
Wikipedia - Alliance for Peace and Freedom -- Far-right European political party
Wikipedia - Alliance for Progress and Freedom -- Political party in Burkina Faso
Wikipedia - Alliance for Progress and Justice/JM-CM-+f-JM-CM-+l -- Political party in Senegal
Wikipedia - Alliance for Progressives -- Political party in Botswana
Wikipedia - Alliance for Progress (Peru) -- Political party in Peru
Wikipedia - Alliance for Real Change -- Political party in Kenya
Wikipedia - Alliance for Revival -- Political party in Benin
Wikipedia - Alliance for Social Democracy -- Political party in Benin
Wikipedia - Alliance for Social-Liberal Progress -- Political party in Bulgaria
Wikipedia - Alliance for Solidarity in Mali -- Political party in Mali
Wikipedia - Alliance for Tanzania Farmers Party -- Political party in Tanzania
Wikipedia - Alliance for the Republic (Senegal) -- Political party in Senegal
Wikipedia - Alliance for the Unity of Romanians -- Romanian political party
Wikipedia - Alliance for Transformation for All -- Political party from South Africa
Wikipedia - Alliance of Builders of Kongo -- Political party in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Wikipedia - Alliance of Concerned Teachers -- Political party in the Philippines
Wikipedia - Alliance of Congolese Democrats -- Political party
Wikipedia - Alliance of Congress Parties -- Political party in Lesotho
Wikipedia - Alliance of Democrats for Integral Development -- Political party in Togo
Wikipedia - Alliance of Democrats (Lesotho) -- Political party in Lesotho
Wikipedia - Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe group -- Liberal-centrist political group in the European Parliament
Wikipedia - Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe Party -- European political party
Wikipedia - Alliance of Movements for the Emergence of Niger -- Political party in Niger
Wikipedia - Alliance of the Forces of Progress (Benin) -- Political party in Benin
Wikipedia - Alliance of the Forces of Progress (Senegal) -- Political party in Senegal
Wikipedia - Alliance of the National Community -- Political party
Wikipedia - Alliance Party Guernsey -- Guernsey political party
Wikipedia - Alliance Party (Malaysia) -- political coalition in Malaysia
Wikipedia - Alliance Party of Northern Ireland -- Political party in Northern Ireland
Wikipedia - Alliance Party (United States) -- American political party
Wikipedia - Alliance Rail Holdings -- Railway operating company in the United Kingdom
Wikipedia - Alliance Towards Reforms -- an Iraqi electoral coalition that includes Sadrist and secular parties
Wikipedia - Alliance -- Coalition made between two or more parties to secure common interests
Wikipedia - Alliant Energy -- Public utility holding company based in Madison,WI, US
Wikipedia - Alliant Techsystems -- American industrial company
Wikipedia - Allianz Nigeria Insurance -- Nigerian insurance company
Wikipedia - Allied Corporation -- American Aerospace Company
Wikipedia - Allied invasion of Sicily -- 1943 military campaign of World War II on the island of Sicily, Italy
Wikipedia - Allied logistics in the Kokoda Track campaign -- Allied logistics during WWII
Wikipedia - Allied naval bombardments of Japan during World War II -- Naval attacks on Japan by the Allies during World War II
Wikipedia - Allied-occupied Austria -- Post-World War II occupation of Austria
Wikipedia - Allied-occupied Germany -- post-World War II military occupation of Germany
Wikipedia - Allied Peoples Movement -- Political party in Nigeria
Wikipedia - Allied Universal -- Facility services company
Wikipedia - Allied Waste Industries -- American waste management company
Wikipedia - Allier -- Department of France in Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes
Wikipedia - Alligator (novel) -- 1962 parody novel
Wikipedia - All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam -- Political party in India
Wikipedia - All India Congress Committee -- Central decision-making assembly of the Indian National Congress party
Wikipedia - All India Forward Bloc -- Political party in India
Wikipedia - All India Latchiya Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam -- Indian political party
Wikipedia - All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen -- Political party in India
Wikipedia - All-India Muslim League -- Political party within British-ruled India
Wikipedia - All India N.R. Congress -- Political party in India
Wikipedia - All India Trinamool Congress -- Political party in India
Wikipedia - All India United Democratic Front -- Political party in India
Wikipedia - Allis-Chalmers Energy -- American oil services and equipment company
Wikipedia - Allison Guyot -- Seamount in the Pacific Ocean
Wikipedia - Allison Pang -- American fantasy writer
Wikipedia - Allison Parrish -- Creative coder cited as "Best maker of poetry bots".
Wikipedia - Allison R. Palmer
Wikipedia - Allison Schulnik -- American painter, sculptor and filmmaker
Wikipedia - Allister Sparks -- South African journalist
Wikipedia - Allium anisotepalum -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Allium brachyspathum -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Allium cappadocicum -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Allium chamaespathum -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Allium chlorotepalum -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Allium drepanophyllum -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Allium longipapillatum -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Allium longisepalum -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Allium lopadusanum -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Allium macrum -- American species of wild onion native to the eastern and central parts of the US States of Oregon and Washington
Wikipedia - Allium mongolicum -- Asian species of wild onion native to Mongolia, Inner Mongolia, Tuva, Kazakhstan, and parts of China
Wikipedia - Allium opacum -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Allium paepalanthoides -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Allium palentinum -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Allium pamiricum -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Allium pangasicum -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Allium paniculatum subsp. obtusiflorum -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Allium panjaoense -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Allium papillare -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Allium paradoxum -- Species of flowering plant in the family Amaryllidaceae
Wikipedia - Allium parnassicum -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Allium parvulum -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Allium platyspathum -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Allium songpanicum -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Allium tuberosum -- A species of onion native to southwestern parts of the Chinese province of Shanxi
Wikipedia - All Japan Judo Federation -- Judo federation
Wikipedia - All Japan Kendo Federation -- Japanese martial arts organization
Wikipedia - All Japan Pro Wrestling -- Japanese professional wrestling promotion
Wikipedia - All Japan Student Go Federation -- Japanese student Go organization
Wikipedia - All Japan Taekwondo Association -- Taekwondo association
Wikipedia - All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling -- Japanese professional wrestling promotion
Wikipedia - All Jharkhand Students Union -- Political party in India
Wikipedia - All Liberia Coalition Party -- Political party in Liberia
Wikipedia - All Mauritius Hindu Congress -- Political party in Mauritius
Wikipedia - All My Compatriots -- 1969 film
Wikipedia - All My Friends Part 2 -- 1982 Italian film by Mario Monicelli
Wikipedia - All Night Nippon -- Japanese radio program
Wikipedia - All Nippon Airways Flight 58 -- 1971 mid-air collision over Japan
Wikipedia - All Nippon Airways -- Japanese Airline
Wikipedia - AllNovaScotia -- Online newspaper
Wikipedia - Allocasuarina paludosa -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Allocasuarina paradoxa -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Allopachria -- Genus of beetles
Wikipedia - Allopanishad -- Book believed to be written during Mughal Emperor Akbar's reign, also known as Allah Upanishad
Wikipedia - Alloparenting
Wikipedia - Allopatric speciation -- Speciation that occurs between geographically isolated populations
Wikipedia - Alloxylon brachycarpum -- Species of plant in the family Proteaceae from Indonesia and Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - Allpahuayo antbird -- Species of bird
Wikipedia - All-pairs testing
Wikipedia - Allpakallpa -- 1975 film
Wikipedia - All Pakistan Newspapers Society -- Pakistani newspaper organization
Wikipedia - All Pakistan Ulema Council
Wikipedia - All-Party Group for World Governance -- Parliament group
Wikipedia - All-pass filter -- Filter that passes signals of all frequencies with same gain, but changes the phase relationship among various frequencies
Wikipedia - All-pay auction
Wikipedia - All People's Congress (Ghana) -- Political party in Ghana
Wikipedia - All People's Congress -- Political party in Sierra Leone
Wikipedia - All People's Party (Namibia) -- Political party in Namibia
Wikipedia - All People's Party (UK) -- Political party in the United Kingdom
Wikipedia - All Progressives Congress -- Nigerian political party
Wikipedia - All Progressives Grand Alliance -- Political party in Nigeria
Wikipedia - All-Russian Communist Party
Wikipedia - All Saints Episcopal Church (Pasadena, California) -- church in Pasadena, California
Wikipedia - All Saints' Parish Hall -- Parish hall in Blackheath, London, United Kingdom
Wikipedia - Allscripts -- American company
Wikipedia - All Souls (TV series) -- American paranormal medical drama television series
Wikipedia - Allspark (company) -- American production and distribution company
Wikipedia - Allstate -- American insurance company
Wikipedia - Alltel -- Former American telecommunications company
Wikipedia - All That Matters Is Past -- 2012 film
Wikipedia - All the Fault of Paradise -- 1985 film
Wikipedia - All the President's Men (film) -- 1976 film by Alan J. Pakula
Wikipedia - All Things Are Possible (political party) -- Political party in South Africa
Wikipedia - All-time Commonwealth Games medal table -- ranking of participants by medal total from all past competitions
Wikipedia - All Tomorrow's Parties (2003 film) -- 2003 film
Wikipedia - Alluaudomyia paraspina -- Species of insect
Wikipedia - All-Ukrainian Union "Fatherland" -- Political party in Ukraine
Wikipedia - Allysa Seely -- American paratriathlete and Paralympic gold medalist
Wikipedia - Alma del Banco -- German painter
Wikipedia - Almaden Resident -- defunct newspaper from California, US
Wikipedia - Al-Malikiyah Municipal Airfield -- Aerodrome in Syria
Wikipedia - Al-M-aM-9M-"aM-aM-8M-%afi al-TaM-JM- -- Lebanese satirical newspaper
Wikipedia - Almami Rural LLG -- Local-level government in Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - Al-Masry Al-Youm -- Egyptian newspaper
Wikipedia - Al-Maydan -- Egyptian independent weekly newspaper published in Arabic
Wikipedia - Almaz-Antey -- Russian company in the arms industry
Wikipedia - Almaz -- Soviet military space station program
Wikipedia - AlM-EM-+ksne Municipality -- Municipality of Latvia
Wikipedia - AlM-EM-+ksnes ZiM-EM-^Fas -- Regional newspaper in Latvia
Wikipedia - Almirante Cervera-class cruiser -- Class of Spanish light cruisers
Wikipedia - Al-M-JM-=Ahd (Morocco) -- Political party in Morocco
Wikipedia - Almohad Caliphate -- Medieval Berber dynasty in Spain and northern Africa
Wikipedia - Almonte (river) -- River in Spain
Wikipedia - Almon W. and Dr. Mary E. Spaulding Ranch -- NRHP historic house in Boise, Idaho, United States
Wikipedia - Almoravid dynasty -- Medieval Berber dynasty in Spain and northern Africa
Wikipedia - Almost Happy (TV series) -- 2020 Spanish language television series
Wikipedia - Almost Lost -- 1996 book by Beatrice Sparks
Wikipedia - Almucantar -- Circle on the celestial sphere parallel to the horizon
Wikipedia - Almudena Cathedral -- Roman Catholic cathedral in Madrid, Spain
Wikipedia - Almudena de Arteaga, 20th Duchess of the Infantado -- Spanish writer
Wikipedia - Almudena Gallardo -- Spanish archer
Wikipedia - Almudena MuM-CM-1oz -- Spanish judoka
Wikipedia - Al-Mufawwid -- Abbasid Prince and Heir apparent
Wikipedia - Al-Mustaqbal (newspaper) -- Beirut-based Arabic online newspaper
Wikipedia - Almuth Berger -- German Protestant pastor
Wikipedia - Almut Lehmann -- German pair skater
Wikipedia - Al-Naba -- Weekly newspaper
Wikipedia - Alnon -- island in Sundsvall Municipality, Sweden
Wikipedia - Al-Nour Party -- Egyptian political party
Wikipedia - Alnus nepalensis -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Aloapam Zapotec -- Zapotec language of Oaxaca, Mexico
Wikipedia - Aloguinsan -- Municipality of the Philippines in the province of Cebu
Wikipedia - Aloha from Hawaii Via Satellite -- 1973 film by Marty Pasetta
Wikipedia - Aloha M-JM-;M-DM-^@ina Party -- Political party in Hawaii
Wikipedia - Aloha State Park -- Park in Michigan, USA
Wikipedia - Aloha -- Hawaiian word for love, affection, peace, compassion and mercy
Wikipedia - Alois Alzheimer -- German psychiatrist and neuropathologist
Wikipedia - Alois Arnegger -- Austrian painter
Wikipedia - Alois Hanslian -- German painter
Wikipedia - Alois Hirschbuhl -- Swiss painter and commander of Pontifical Swiss Guard
Wikipedia - Alois Houba -- Czech painter
Wikipedia - Alois Kingsley -- Papua New Guinean politician
Wikipedia - Alois Lichtsteiner -- Swiss painter
Wikipedia - Alois Mitschek -- Austrian painter
Wikipedia - Aloja Municipality -- Municipality of Latvia
Wikipedia - Aloke Paul
Wikipedia - Alok Nembang -- Nepalese film director
Wikipedia - Alon Blue Square -- Israeli company
Wikipedia - Alone (2015 Hindi film) -- Indian horror film by Bhushan Patel
Wikipedia - Alone Across the Pacific -- 1963 film
Wikipedia - A Long Journey -- 1967 film by Patricio Kaulen
Wikipedia - Alonnisos Marine Park -- Marine protected area in the Aegean sea, Greece
Wikipedia - Alonso Berruguete -- 16th century Spanish painter, sculptor and architect
Wikipedia - Alonso Curiel -- Spanish merchant
Wikipedia - Alonso de Alvarado -- Spanish conquistador
Wikipedia - Alonso de Aragon -- 16th-century Catholic Archbishop in Spain
Wikipedia - Alonso de Ercilla -- Spanish soldier and poet
Wikipedia - Alonso de Idiaquez y Yurramendi -- Spanish nobleman and politician
Wikipedia - Alonso de Ojeda -- Spanish conquistador, navigator and governor
Wikipedia - Alonso de Ribera -- Spanish royal Governor of Chile
Wikipedia - Alonso de Sotomayor -- Spanish general
Wikipedia - Alonso de Tejeda -- Spanish composer
Wikipedia - Alonso Fernandez Alvarez -- Costa Rican model and male beauty pageant titleholder
Wikipedia - Alonso Guerrero Perez -- Spanish writer
Wikipedia - Alonso Gutierrez -- Spanish philosopher (c.1507-1584)
Wikipedia - Alonso Lopez (motorcyclist) -- Spanish motorcycle racer
Wikipedia - Alonso Martinez de Espinar -- Spanish courtier and writer
Wikipedia - Alonso M-CM-^Alvarez de Toledo, 12th Marquess of Valdueza -- Spanish nobleman
Wikipedia - Alonso Perez de Leon -- New Spanish conquistador
Wikipedia - Alonso Perez -- Spanish painter
Wikipedia - Alonso Pita da Veiga -- Spanish military officer
Wikipedia - Alonso Puerta -- Spanish politician
Wikipedia - Alonso Valiente -- Spanish conquistador
Wikipedia - Aloo paratha -- bread dish from the Indian subcontinent
Wikipedia - Alor-Pantar languages -- Papuan languages of Nusa Tenggara Timur, Indonesia
Wikipedia - Alotau Urban LLG -- Local-level government in Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - A Love, A Thief, A Department Store -- 1928 film
Wikipedia - A Lover in Pawn -- 1920 film
Wikipedia - Aloysius Akpan Etok -- Nigerian senator
Wikipedia - Aloysius Pang -- Singaporean actor
Wikipedia - Aloysius Paul D'Souza -- Indian Roman Catholic Bishop
Wikipedia - Aloysius Pazheparambil
Wikipedia - Aloyzas Smilingis -- Lithuanian sculptor and painter
Wikipedia - Al Pabian -- American animator
Wikipedia - Alpaca -- Domesticated species of South American camelid
Wikipedia - Al Pacino on stage and screen -- Cataloging of performances by the American filmmaker
Wikipedia - Al Pacino -- American actor
Wikipedia - ALPAC
Wikipedia - Alpaida
Wikipedia - Alp Alpagut -- Turkish sailor
Wikipedia - Alpamysh -- Ancient Turkic epic
Wikipedia - Alpana Goswami -- Indian film actress
Wikipedia - Alpana -- Bengali style of painting
Wikipedia - Alpar Gyoparos -- Hungarian politician
Wikipedia - Al Parker -- American pornographic actor
Wikipedia - Alparslan M-CM-^Gelik -- Turkish militant
Wikipedia - Alpaslan Ayan -- Turkish judoka
Wikipedia - Alpaslan Gunes -- Turkish equestrian
Wikipedia - Al Passarell -- Canadian politician
Wikipedia - Alpa
Wikipedia - Alpazat cave rescue -- Six British soldiers trapped in a flooded Mexican cave
Wikipedia - Alpes-de-Haute-Provence -- Department in Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur, France
Wikipedia - Alpes-Maritimes -- Department in Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur, France
Wikipedia - Alpetragius (crater) -- Lunar impact crater
Wikipedia - Alpha 66 -- Anti-Castro paramilitary organization
Wikipedia - Alphabet agencies -- U.S. federal government agencies created as part of the New Deal of President Franklin D. Roosevelt
Wikipedia - Alpha decay -- Emission of alpha particles by a decaying radioactive atom
Wikipedia - AlphaDream -- Defunct Japanese video game development company
Wikipedia - Alpha Group Co., Ltd. -- Chinese animation and toy company
Wikipedia - Alpha Kappa Alpha -- Historically Black sorority
Wikipedia - Alpha Kappa Lambda
Wikipedia - Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer -- Particle detector on the International Space Station
Wikipedia - Alpha Media -- American radio broadcasting company
Wikipedia - Alpha (motorcycle) -- Motorcycle brand from Spain
Wikipedia - Alphanso Cunningham -- Jamaican Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Alpha nuclide -- nuclide made up of alpha particles
Wikipedia - Alpha particle
Wikipedia - AlphaSights -- British information services company
Wikipedia - Alpha taxonomy -- The discipline of finding, describing, and naming taxa, particularly species
Wikipedia - Alphen aan den Rijn -- Municipality in South Holland, Netherlands
Wikipedia - Alpheus Spring Packard
Wikipedia - Alphonse Chapanis
Wikipedia - Alphonse Chigot -- French artist known for painting (1824-1917)
Wikipedia - Alphonse De Cuyper -- Belgian sculptor and painter
Wikipedia - Alphonse Gasnier-Duparc -- French politician
Wikipedia - Alphonse Moutte -- French painter
Wikipedia - Alphonse Mucha -- Czechoslovak photographer, painter and illustrator
Wikipedia - Alphonse Roubichou -- French painter
Wikipedia - Alphonso de Spina -- Spanish bishop
Wikipedia - Alpine chough -- A bird in the crow family which breeds in high mountains from Spain eastwards through southern Europe and North Africa to Central Asia and Nepal
Wikipedia - Alpine Energy -- New Zealand electricity generator company
Wikipedia - Alpine Landscape -- Painting by Paul Bril
Wikipedia - Alpine Learning Group -- Approved private, special education school in Paramus, New Jersey, United States
Wikipedia - Alpine Pass Route -- A hiking trail
Wikipedia - Alpine skiing at the 2010 Winter Paralympics
Wikipedia - Alpine Visitor Center -- Visitor center at Fall River Pass, Colorado
Wikipedia - AlpInvest Partners
Wikipedia - Alpo Jaakola -- Finnish painter and sculptor
Wikipedia - Alpuech -- Part of Argences-en-Aubrac in Occitanie, France
Wikipedia - Alpujarra cheese -- Spanish cheese from the eastern region of Andalusia
Wikipedia - Al-Qadir University -- University in Pakistan
Wikipedia - Al Qaws -- Palestinian LGBTQ rights organization
Wikipedia - Al-Quds Al-Arabi -- Arabic language newspaper published in the U.K.
Wikipedia - Al-Quds University -- University in Palestine
Wikipedia - Al Rayyan -- Municipality in Qatar
Wikipedia - Al Sabaah -- Newspaper of Iraq
Wikipedia - Al-Sabil Park
Wikipedia - Alsace-Lorraine Regional Party -- Catholic political party in the German Reich
Wikipedia - Al-Sawalima -- Village in Jaffa, Mandatory Palestine
Wikipedia - Al Schwimmer -- Israeli aerospace engineer and businessman (1917-2011)
Wikipedia - Alscot Park -- Grade I listed building in Preston on Stour, United Kingdom
Wikipedia - Al-Shahaniya -- Municipality in Qatar
Wikipedia - Al Shamal -- Municipality in Qatar
Wikipedia - Al Sharq -- Arabic daily newspaper in Doha, Qatar
Wikipedia - Al-Snoubari Park
Wikipedia - Also Sprach Zarathustra (painting)
Wikipedia - Alspath -- Human settlement in United Kingdom
Wikipedia - Alstroemeria patagonica -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Alsunga Municipality -- Municipality of Latvia
Wikipedia - Altaba -- American investment company, formerly known as Yahoo Inc.
Wikipedia - Alta California -- Former province of New Spain
Wikipedia - Alta Car and Engineering Company -- English automobile and a Formula One racing manufacturer
Wikipedia - Alta Devices -- Solar energy company
Wikipedia - Altaf Fatima -- Pakistani writer
Wikipedia - Altaf Hussain (Pakistani politician)
Wikipedia - Altaf Khanani -- Pakistani convicted in the U.S. of money laundering
Wikipedia - Altair: A Record of Battles -- Japanese manga series by Kotono KatM-EM-^M
Wikipedia - Altair (spacecraft) -- Planned lander spacecraft component of NASA's cancelled Project Constellation
Wikipedia - Alta Lake State Park -- Park in Washington state, USA
Wikipedia - Alta Partners
Wikipedia - Altare della Patria
Wikipedia - Altarpiece -- Artwork (painting, sculpture or relief) behind the altar
Wikipedia - Altavilla -- Village and former municipality in the district of See in the canton of Fribourg, Switzerland
Wikipedia - Altendiez -- Place in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
Wikipedia - Alteon WebSystems -- Computer network hardware company
Wikipedia - AlterAg -- American agriculture company
Wikipedia - Altered Space -- 1991 video game
Wikipedia - Alterian, Inc. -- Makeup and special effects company
Wikipedia - Alternation Bloc for Renewal, Integration, and African Cooperation -- Political party in Mali
Wikipedia - Alternation (string expansion)
Wikipedia - Alternative Faso -- Political party in Burkina Faso
Wikipedia - Alternative Forces for Renewal and Emergence -- Political party in Mali
Wikipedia - Alternative for Germany -- Far-right political party in Germany
Wikipedia - Alternative for Social Advance -- Political party in Colombia
Wikipedia - Alternative Greens -- Italian political party
Wikipedia - Alternative (Mauritania) -- Political party in Mauritania
Wikipedia - Alternative National Congress -- Political party in Liberia
Wikipedia - Alternative Way -- Political party in Colombia
Wikipedia - Alternativna TV -- Bosnian television company
Wikipedia - Alteryx -- U.S. information technology company
Wikipedia - Altharakkal Sree Muthappan Madapura -- Hindu Temple in India
Wikipedia - Al-Thawra (newspaper)
Wikipedia - Althenia cylindrocarpa -- species of plant in the family Potamogetonaceae
Wikipedia - Althing -- National parliament of Iceland
Wikipedia - Altice Portugal -- Portuguese telecommunication company
Wikipedia - Altice Studio -- French pay television network
Wikipedia - Altice USA -- American telecommunications and media company; spin-off of Altice Europe
Wikipedia - Alticor -- American holding company for multi-level marketing business
Wikipedia - Altiris -- Company
Wikipedia - Altitude Air -- Nepalese helicpoter airline
Wikipedia - Altitude Sports -- Canadian e-commerce clothing company
Wikipedia - Altius Space Machines -- American Aerospace Company
Wikipedia - Altmann of Passau
Wikipedia - Alto Adige in the Heart -- Political party in Italy
Wikipedia - Alto da Boa Vista (Sao Paulo Metro) -- Sao Paulo Metro station
Wikipedia - Alto do Ipiranga (Sao Paulo Metro) -- Sao Paulo Metro station
Wikipedia - Alton Baker Park -- Park in Oregon, United States
Wikipedia - Alton Towers -- theme park in England
Wikipedia - Alto Palermo -- Argentine real estate company
Wikipedia - Alto Parana (film) -- 1958 film
Wikipedia - Altor Networks -- Computer security company
Wikipedia - Altos de Tocumen (Panama Metro) -- Panama metro station
Wikipedia - Altos Hornos y Acerias de Corral -- Defunct Chilean company
Wikipedia - Alto Vetro -- Apartment block on the western side of Grand Canal Dock
Wikipedia - Altriciality -- Species in which the young are minimally-capable of independent movement soon after hatching or birth
Wikipedia - Altrincham and Sale West (UK Parliament constituency) -- Parliamentary constituency in the United Kingdom
Wikipedia - Altri -- Portuguese industrial company
Wikipedia - Altropane
Wikipedia - AltspaceVR
Wikipedia - Alt space -- Nonprofit organization
Wikipedia - Alucita ancalopa -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita longipalpella -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita palodactyla -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita panduris -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita panolbia -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita papuaensis -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita patria -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alu Kapa -- Cricket umpire
Wikipedia - Aluminium division of Rio Tinto -- Canadian aluminum company
Wikipedia - Aluminum Corporation of China Limited -- Multinational aluminium company headquartered in Beijing, China
Wikipedia - Alumni Hall (DePaul University) -- Multi-purpose arena in Chicago on DePaul's Lincoln Park campus
Wikipedia - Alun Davies (politician) -- Welsh Labour politician and Senedd (Welsh Parliament) Minister for Blaenau Gwent
Wikipedia - Alupa Clarke -- Canadian politician
Wikipedia - Alvah Chapman Jr. -- American newspaper publisher
Wikipedia - Alvania dipacoi -- Species of sea snail
Wikipedia - Alvar Gullichsen -- Finnish painter and sculptor
Wikipedia - Alvaro Paseyro -- Uruguayan judoka
Wikipedia - Alvar -- Biological environment based on a limestone plain with thin or no soil and, as a result, sparse grassland vegetation
Wikipedia - Alvin Pam -- American psychologist
Wikipedia - Alvin Wiederspahn -- American politician and attorney
Wikipedia - Alvise De Vidi -- Italian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Al-Wadi Al-Akhdar -- Lebanese food brand company
Wikipedia - Al-Wafd -- Daily newspaper published by the Wafd party in Giza, Egypt
Wikipedia - Al Wakrah (municipality) -- Municipality in Qatar
Wikipedia - Al-Wasat Party -- Political party in Egypt
Wikipedia - Always, Always -- 1969 Portner Wagoner and Dolly Parton album
Wikipedia - Alwoodley -- Suburb of Leeds and civil parish in West Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Al W. Patton -- American politician
Wikipedia - Alyakhnovich -- Surname disambiguation page
Wikipedia - Alycia Dias -- Pakistani playback singer
Wikipedia - Alycia Stigall -- American palaeontologist
Wikipedia - Aly Khan -- Pakistani diplomat and socialite
Wikipedia - Alyn Smith -- Scottish National Party politician
Wikipedia - Alyssa Carson -- American space enthusiast and public speaker
Wikipedia - Alysson Paradis -- French actress
Wikipedia - Alzano Madonna -- Painting by Giovanni Bellini
Wikipedia - Alziro Bergonzo -- Italian architect and painter
Wikipedia - Amaariki Station -- Railway station in Ichihara, Chiba Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Amadeo Llados -- Spanish motorcycle racer
Wikipedia - Amadeo Luciano Lorenzato -- Brazilian painter
Wikipedia - Amader Shomoy -- Bangladeshi daily newspaper
Wikipedia - Amadeu Altafaj -- Spanish journalist and diplomat
Wikipedia - Amadeus IT Group -- Spanish travel technology company
Wikipedia - Ama (diving) -- Japanese pearl divers
Wikipedia - Amador Palma -- Spanish athlete
Wikipedia - Amaduwa -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Amagaon, Palghar -- Village in Maharashtra
Wikipedia - Amagasaka Station -- Railway station in Nagoya, Japan
Wikipedia - Amagasaki Center Pool-mae Station -- Railway station in Amagasaki, HyM-EM-^Mgo Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Amagasaki Station (Hanshin) -- Railway station in Amagasaki, HyM-EM-^Mgo Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Amagasaki Station (JR West) -- Railway station in Amagasaki, HyM-EM-^Mgo Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Amagase Station -- Railway station in Hita, M-EM-^Lita Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Amagatsuji Station -- Railway station in Nara, Nara Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Amager Strandpark -- Seaside park in Copenhagen
Wikipedia - Amagi-class battlecruiser -- Class of Japanese battlecruisers
Wikipedia - Amagi Station -- Railway station in Amagi, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Amagodani Formation -- Geologic formation in Japan
Wikipedia - Amago Station -- Railway station in Kora, Shiga Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - AMAG Pharmaceuticals -- U.S. pharmaceutical company
Wikipedia - Amaharashi Station -- Railway station in Takaoka, Toyama Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Amahibelaha -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Amaia Montero -- Spanish singer and songwriter
Wikipedia - Amaia Perez Orozco -- Spanish economist
Wikipedia - Amaibariyati -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Amaji Station -- Railway station in Ichikawa, HyM-EM-^Mgo Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Amakasu clan -- Japanese clan of the Sengoku period
Wikipedia - Amakasu Kagemochi -- Japanese samurai
Wikipedia - Amakusa pottery -- Type of Japanese pottery
Wikipedia - Amalachaur -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Ama Lai Shraddhanjali -- Nepali folk music album by Navneet Aditya Waiba
Wikipedia - Amala Paul -- Indian actress
Wikipedia - Amal (carburettor) -- British carburettor manufacturing company
Wikipedia - Amaldus Nielsen -- Norwegian painter
Wikipedia - Amale -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Amalfi Coast -- Coastal area in the Campania region, Italy
Wikipedia - Amalgamation of Winnipeg -- Merger of the City of Winnipeg with other municipalities in 1972
Wikipedia - Amalia Ciardi Dupre -- Italian sculptor and painter
Wikipedia - Amalia de Angelis -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Amalia de Isaura -- Spanish actress
Wikipedia - Amalia dos Passos Figueiroa -- Brazilian journalist
Wikipedia - Amalia Megapanou -- Greek writer and politician
Wikipedia - Amalia Pachelbel -- German painter and engraver
Wikipedia - Amalia Paoli -- Puerto Rican operatic soprano
Wikipedia - Amalia Perez -- Mexican Paralympic powerlifter
Wikipedia - Amalia Ulman -- Argentinian-born Spanish artist
Wikipedia - Amalie Arena -- multiuse arena in Tampa, Florida, USA
Wikipedia - Amal Jyothi College of Engineering -- Educational institution in Kanjirappally, Kerala, India
Wikipedia - Amami Station -- Railway station in Kawachinagano, Osaka Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Amanab Rural LLG -- Local-level government in Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - A Man and His Cat -- Japanese manga series by Umi Sakurai
Wikipedia - Amanat Ali (singer) -- Pakistani singer (born 1987)
Wikipedia - AmanattM-EM-^M -- Japanese traditional confectionery
Wikipedia - Amancio Ortega -- Spanish business tycoon
Wikipedia - Amanda Beverley Little -- British Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Amanda Cooper-Sarkar -- English particle physicist
Wikipedia - Amanda Evora -- American pair skater
Wikipedia - Amanda Figueras -- Spanish journalist
Wikipedia - Amanda Filipacchi -- Novelist
Wikipedia - Amanda Herbert -- Cytopathologist
Wikipedia - Amandaiec -- Chinese import export company
Wikipedia - Amanda Junquera Butler -- Spanish writer
Wikipedia - Amanda Kotaja -- Finnish Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Amanda Palmer -- American musician and songwriter (born 1976)
Wikipedia - Amanda Pays -- British actress
Wikipedia - Amanda Reynolds -- Australian paracanoeist
Wikipedia - Amanda Tscherpa -- German mezzo-soprano
Wikipedia - Amandine Petit -- French beauty pageant contestant
Wikipedia - Amane ShindM-EM-^M -- Japanese voice actress
Wikipedia - A Mango-Shaped Space -- 2003 book by Wendy Mass
Wikipedia - Amani National Congress -- Political party in Kenya
Wikipedia - Aman Lal Modi -- Nepalese Politician
Wikipedia - Aman Mani Tripathi -- Indian politician
Wikipedia - Amanohashidate Station -- Railway station in Miyazu, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Amano-Iwato -- Cave in Japanese mythology
Wikipedia - Amano Megumi wa Sukidarake! -- Japanese manga series
Wikipedia - Amanozako -- Japanese goddess
Wikipedia - Amanpour & Company -- American global affairs interview television program hosted by Christiane Amanpour on PBS
Wikipedia - A Man's Past -- 1927 film by George Melford
Wikipedia - A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations -- style guide for writing
Wikipedia - Amanullah (comedian) -- Pakistani comedian
Wikipedia - Amanullah Khan (JKLF) -- Kashmiri separatist
Wikipedia - Amanullah Khan (umpire) -- Pakistani cricket umpire
Wikipedia - A Man with an Axe -- Painting by Paul Gauguin
Wikipedia - Amany Ali -- Egyptian Paralympic powerlifter
Wikipedia - Amapanesia exotica -- Genus of beetles
Wikipedia - Amapa -- State of Brazil
Wikipedia - Amar Abathok -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Amara Deepam (1956 film) -- 1956 film by T. Prakash Rao
Wikipedia - Amara Indumathi -- Sri Lankan Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Amara language -- Austronesian language spoken in Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - Amaral (band) -- Spanish rock band
Wikipedia - Amaranthus palmeri -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Amarapuri -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Amar Bahadur Thapa -- Nepali politician
Wikipedia - Amar Bhoopali -- 1951 film
Wikipedia - Amarbhumi -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Amardaha -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Amargadhi -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Amariko Station -- Railway station in Sakaminato, Tottori Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Amari, Nepal -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Amarmani Tripathi -- Indian politician
Wikipedia - Amarna Miller -- Spanish YouTuber (born 1990)
Wikipedia - Amar Oli -- Nepalese film director
Wikipedia - Amaro Pargo -- Spanish corsair (1678-1747)
Wikipedia - Amar Pal -- Indian Bengali folk singer
Wikipedia - Amar Patnaik -- Indian politician
Wikipedia - Amarpatti, Bara -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Amarpatti, Parsa -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Amar Photo Studio -- 2016 two-part Marathi play
Wikipedia - Amarpur, Nepal -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Amar Sindhu -- Pakistani writer (born 1968)
Wikipedia - Amarsinh Vasantrao Patil -- Indian politician
Wikipedia - Amarube Station -- Railway station in Kami, HyM-EM-^Mgo Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Amarume Station -- Railway station in ShM-EM-^Mnai, Yamagata Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Amar Upadhyay -- Indian actor
Wikipedia - Amasia Entertainment -- American entertainment company
Wikipedia - Amasya Circular -- Pamphlet issued by Mustafa Kemal Ataturk
Wikipedia - Amata Municipality -- Municipality of Latvia
Wikipedia - Amateur Radio on the International Space Station -- Project sponsored by various entities and carried out by astronauts and cosmonauts on the International Space Station
Wikipedia - Amate -- Type of paper manufactured in Mexico
Wikipedia - Amatsu Station -- Railway station in Usa, M-EM-^Lita Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - A Matter of Time (Deshpande novel) -- 1996 novel by Shashi Deshpande
Wikipedia - Amawa Marchawar -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Amaya Arzuaga -- Spanish designer
Wikipedia - Amaya Seguros (cycling team) -- Spanish cycling team
Wikipedia - Amaya Station -- Railway station in Aizuwakamatsu, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Amaysim -- Australian telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Amazake-babaa -- YM-EM-^Mkai of Japan
Wikipedia - Amazake -- Japanese drink made from fermented rice
Wikipedia - Amazon Bay Rural LLG -- Local-level government in Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - Amazon (company) -- American technology and e-commerce company
Wikipedia - Amazonic Spanish -- South American language
Wikipedia - Amazon parrot -- Genus of birds
Wikipedia - Amazon Pay
Wikipedia - Amazon Prime Pantry
Wikipedia - Amazon Prime -- Paid subscription service offered by Amazon.com
Wikipedia - Amazon Web Services -- On-demand cloud computing company
Wikipedia - Amazon worker organization -- collective worker action at the American e-commerce company
Wikipedia - Amba Ghat -- Mountain pass in India
Wikipedia - Ambajora Shikaripara railway station -- Railway station in Jharkhand
Wikipedia - Ambalal Jhaverbhai Patel -- Indian photographer and film producer
Wikipedia - Ambarpur -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Ambassador (automobile company) -- American automobile company
Wikipedia - Ambassador (B&O train) -- American passenger train
Wikipedia - Ambassador of Australia for Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - Ambassador of Japan to South Korea -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - Ambassador of New Zealand to Japan -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - Ambassador of New Zealand to Spain -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - Ambedkar Memorial Park -- Public park and memorial in Uttar Pradesh, India
Wikipedia - Ambegudin -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Ambenob Rural LLG -- Local-level government in Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - Ambergris Today -- English-language weekly newspaper
Wikipedia - Amberlynn Weber -- American Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Ambev -- Brazilian brewing company
Wikipedia - Ambhanjyang -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Ambient space -- The space surrounding an object
Wikipedia - Ambika (goddess) -- One of the names of Parvati/Durga
Wikipedia - Ambikapathy (1937 film)
Wikipedia - Ambikapathy (1957 film)
Wikipedia - Ambika Prasad Pandey -- Indian politician
Wikipedia - Ambili (film) -- 2019 film directed by Johnpaul George
Wikipedia - Ambit Energy -- American multi-level marketing company
Wikipedia - Amblin Entertainment -- U.S. production company
Wikipedia - Amblin Television -- TV production division of Amblin Partners
Wikipedia - Amblyptilia forcipata -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Amboseli National Park -- national park in Kajiado County, Kenya
Wikipedia - Ambrella -- Japanese video game development company
Wikipedia - Ambrogio Raffaele -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Ambrosia Parsley -- American musician
Wikipedia - Ambrosio de Benavides -- Spanish colonial governor
Wikipedia - Ambrosio Zaldivar -- Cuban Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Ambrosius Bosschaert -- Dutch painter and art dealer
Wikipedia - Ambrosius Holbein -- Swiss painter
Wikipedia - Ambu (company) -- Company producing single-use endoscopy
Wikipedia - Ambuja Cements -- Indian cement company
Wikipedia - Ambum Rural LLG -- Local-level government in Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - Ambum stone -- Ancient stone sculpture from Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - Ambung -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Ambunti Rural LLG -- Local-level government in Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - Ambush at Cimarron Pass -- 1958 film
Wikipedia - Ambush at Iga Pass -- 1958 film
Wikipedia - Ambush in Leopard Street -- 1962 film
Wikipedia - Amby Paliwoda -- American animator
Wikipedia - AMC Concord -- Compact cars produced by American Motors Corporation
Wikipedia - AMC Eagle -- Compact four-wheel drive cars produced by American Motors Corporation
Wikipedia - AMC Gremlin -- Compact car produced by American Motors Corporation
Wikipedia - Amchaur -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Amchok -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - AMC Hornet -- Compact sized cars produced by American Motors Corporation
Wikipedia - AMC Javelin -- Compact sized car produced by American Motors Corporation
Wikipedia - AM-CM-1asco, Puerto Rico -- Municipality in Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - AM-CM-1o Nuevo State Park -- State park in California
Wikipedia - AMC Networks -- American entertainment company
Wikipedia - Amcor -- Jersey-domiciled packaging company
Wikipedia - AMC Pacer -- Compact car produced by American Motors Corporation
Wikipedia - AMC Spirit -- Compact car produced by American Motors Corporation
Wikipedia - A Meat Stall with the Holy Family Giving Alms -- painting by Pieter Aertsen
Wikipedia - Amec Foster Wheeler -- British engineering company
Wikipedia - Amedee Faure -- French painter
Wikipedia - Amedee-Francois-Paul de Bejarry -- French politician
Wikipedia - Amedisys -- American healthcare company
Wikipedia - Ameena Ahmad Ahuja -- Indian painter, calligrapher, writer and linguist
Wikipedia - Ameen Faheem -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Ameer Faisal Alavi -- Pakistan army officer
Wikipedia - Ameer-ud-Din Medical College -- Medical college in Punjab, Pakistan
Wikipedia - Ameer Zaman -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Ameer Zeb Khan -- Pakistani model
Wikipedia - Ameesha Patel -- Indian actress
Wikipedia - AmefurikozM-EM-^M -- Type of Japanese YM-EM-^Mkai
Wikipedia - Amelia Curran (painter) -- Painter
Wikipedia - Amelia Womack -- Deputy Leader of the Green Party of England and Wales
Wikipedia - Amelie Beaury-Saurel -- French painter
Wikipedia - Amelie Belin -- French painter and pastellist
Wikipedia - Amelie Lundahl -- Finnish painter
Wikipedia - AM-EM-^_ikpaM-EM-^_azade -- 15th-century Ottoman historian
Wikipedia - AM-EM-^_k-i Memnu (2008 TV series) -- 2008 Pakistani television series
Wikipedia - AM-EM-^LP -- Japanese girl group
Wikipedia - AM-EM-^Mzu Station -- Railway station in Tsubame, Niigata Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Amenonuhoko -- Japanese mythological weapon
Wikipedia - Ame-no-Tajikarao -- God in Japanese mythology
Wikipedia - America 500 Years -- Series of paintings
Wikipedia - America First Party (1943) -- American political party founded in 1943
Wikipedia - America (My Country, 'Tis of Thee) -- American patriotic song
Wikipedia - American Airlines Flight 11 -- 9/11 hijacked passenger flight; hit the North Tower of the World Trade Center
Wikipedia - American Airlines Flight 77 -- 9/11 hijacked passenger flight; hit the Pentagon
Wikipedia - American and British English spelling differences -- Comparison between US and UK English spelling
Wikipedia - American Apparel -- American apparel manufacturer
Wikipedia - American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese -- American professional organization
Wikipedia - American Ballet Theatre -- Ballet company
Wikipedia - American Bank Note Company Printing Plant -- Building in the Bronx, New York
Wikipedia - American Body Shop -- American parody television series - 2007
Wikipedia - American Broadcasting Company -- American broadcast television network
Wikipedia - American Cadet Alliance -- Non-profit para-military youth education organization
Wikipedia - American Campaign Medal -- American campaign medal
Wikipedia - American Canadians -- Canadian citizens whose ancestry is wholly or partly American
Wikipedia - American Canoe Association -- Paddle sports organization in the United States
Wikipedia - American Carpatho-Russian Orthodox Diocese
Wikipedia - American Chicle Company -- American chewing gum company
Wikipedia - American City Business Journals -- American newspaper chain
Wikipedia - American Collectors (Fred and Marcia Weisman) -- 1968 painting by David Hockney
Wikipedia - American College of Osteopathic Internists -- US medical association
Wikipedia - American Conservatory Theater -- Theater company and historic place in San Francisco, California
Wikipedia - American Continental Corporation -- Real estate company in Arizona
Wikipedia - American depositary receipt -- Security representing ownership of an underlying number of shares of a foreign company
Wikipedia - American Desi -- 2001 film by Piyush Dinker Pandya
Wikipedia - American Electric Power -- United States utility company
Wikipedia - American Enka Company -- Defunct American rayon fiber manufacturer
Wikipedia - American Freedom and Catholic Power -- Book by Paul Blanshard
Wikipedia - American Gigolo -- 1980 crime drama film by Paul Schrader
Wikipedia - American-Hawaiian Steamship Company
Wikipedia - American High School (film) -- 2009 film by Sean Patrick Cannon
Wikipedia - American Hospital of Paris
Wikipedia - American Independent Party -- Far-right political party in the United States
Wikipedia - American Insurance Company Building -- Skyscraper in Newark, Essex County, New Jersey, United States
Wikipedia - American International Pictures -- Film production company
Wikipedia - American Journal of Clinical Pathology -- Academic journal
Wikipedia - American Journal of Surgical Pathology
Wikipedia - American Leadership Project -- US political campaign group
Wikipedia - American Letter Mail Company -- Defunct US company (1844-1851)
Wikipedia - American Life Insurance Company Limited (MetLife Nepal) -- Insurance company in Nepal
Wikipedia - American Locomotive Company -- Defunct locomotive manafacturer
Wikipedia - American logistics in the Normandy campaign -- Supplies services during World War II
Wikipedia - American Methodist Episcopal Mission -- Organization
Wikipedia - American Micro Devices -- American technology company
Wikipedia - American militia movement -- Political movement of paramilitary groups in the United States
Wikipedia - American Motor Car Company -- Indianapolis, IN, automobile manufacturer, active 1906-1913
Wikipedia - American Motors Corporation -- American automobile company
Wikipedia - American Nazi Party -- Fascist political party in the United States
Wikipedia - American Newspaper Repository -- archive
Wikipedia - American Optical Company -- manufacturer of spectacles and other optical equipment
Wikipedia - American paddlefish -- Freshwater American acipenseriform fish
Wikipedia - American Pain Society
Wikipedia - American Paint Horse -- American breed of horse
Wikipedia - American Palladium Eagle -- Palladium bullion coin of the United States
Wikipedia - American Pastoral (film) -- 2016 film by Ewan McGregor
Wikipedia - American Pastoral -- 1997 Book by Philip Roth
Wikipedia - American patriotic music -- Music reflecting the history and culture of the United States
Wikipedia - American Phytopathological Society -- American scientific learned society
Wikipedia - American Police Force -- Fraudulent entity claiming to be a private military company
Wikipedia - American Popular Revolutionary Alliance -- Political party in Peru
Wikipedia - American Psychopathological Association
Wikipedia - American Public University System -- American university company
Wikipedia - American Radio Systems -- Former US radio company
Wikipedia - American Railroad Company -- Railroad in Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 -- Stimulus package
Wikipedia - American Republican Party (1843)
Wikipedia - American River Airpark -- Airport in Australia
Wikipedia - American Scene painting
Wikipedia - American School of Paris -- International school in France
Wikipedia - American Security and Trust Company Building -- Historic building in Washington, D.C
Wikipedia - Americans in Japan -- American expatriates in Japan
Wikipedia - Americans in Pakistan -- Ethnic group in Pakistan
Wikipedia - American Skin (film) -- 2019 film directed by Nate Parker
Wikipedia - American Solidarity Party -- American minor third political party advocating for Distributism and Christian Democracy
Wikipedia - American Spaces -- American public diplomacy program
Wikipedia - American Sports Network -- Network and syndicated package of college sports originated by Sinclair Broadcast Group
Wikipedia - American Standard Companies -- American manufacturing company
Wikipedia - American Sugar Refining Company -- Former American manufacturer
Wikipedia - Americans United for Separation of Church and State -- Organization
Wikipedia - American Telephone > Telegraph Company
Wikipedia - American Tobacco Company -- American tobacco company
Wikipedia - American Tower -- American communications infrastructure company
Wikipedia - American Tune -- 1973 single by Paul Simon
Wikipedia - American Type Founders -- American typography company
Wikipedia - American Vegetarian Party -- Largely defunct American political party
Wikipedia - American Water Works -- American water utility company
Wikipedia - American Well -- American telemedicine company
Wikipedia - American White Park -- Cattle breed
Wikipedia - American Workers Party -- Defunct socialist party in the United States
Wikipedia - American World Patriarchs
Wikipedia - America's Space Prize -- Award
Wikipedia - America the Beautiful -- American patriotic song
Wikipedia - Americo Paredes -- American writer
Wikipedia - Amerikamura -- Large retail and entertainment area in Osaka, Japan
Wikipedia - Ameriprise Financial -- Financial services company
Wikipedia - Ameris Bancorp -- Publicly traded banking company
Wikipedia - AmerisourceBergen -- American healthcare company
Wikipedia - Amer Kobaslija -- Bosnian-American painter
Wikipedia - A Mero Hajur 2 -- 2017 Nepali film by Jharna Thapa
Wikipedia - A Mero Hajur 3 -- 2019 Nepalese film directed by Jharana Thapa
Wikipedia - Amersfoort -- City and municipality in Utrecht, Netherlands
Wikipedia - Amer Sports -- Finnish sporting good company
Wikipedia - Amery of Pavy -- 14th-century English knight
Wikipedia - Ames (department store) -- American discount store chain
Wikipedia - Ametek -- American manufacturing company
Wikipedia - AM expanded band -- Broadcast stations between 1600 and 1700 kHz
Wikipedia - Ameya Pawar -- American politician
Wikipedia - Amfac -- Land development company
Wikipedia - Amgachhi -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Amgen -- American multinational biopharmaceutical company
Wikipedia - Amias Paulet (d. 1538) -- English landowner and soldier
Wikipedia - Amiaya -- Japanese music duo of twin sisters
Wikipedia - Amico Bignami -- Italian physician and pathologist
Wikipedia - AMI Entertainment Network -- Jukebox and music video company (e. 1909)
Wikipedia - Amiga Sidecar -- Commodore expansion hardware device
Wikipedia - Amigos para La Aventura -- 1978 film
Wikipedia - Amigurumi -- Japanese craft of knitting or crocheting small, stuffed yarn creatures
Wikipedia - Ami jakushi -- Japanese cooking utensil
Wikipedia - Ami Kondo -- Japanese samurai
Wikipedia - Ami Koshimizu -- Japanese actress
Wikipedia - Ami Kothay Pabo Tare -- Song with lyrics by Gagan Harkara
Wikipedia - Amik Sherchan -- Nepali politician
Wikipedia - Amina Atakhanova -- Russian pair skater
Wikipedia - Amin al-Husseini -- Palestinian Arab nationalist and Muslim leader
Wikipedia - Amin Amir -- Somali-Canadian cartoonist and painter
Wikipedia - Amina Toyoda -- Pakistani judoka
Wikipedia - AmINext -- Social media campaign
Wikipedia - Aminoadipate-semialdehyde dehydrogenase -- Protein-coding gene in humans
Wikipedia - Amino Station -- Railway station in KyM-EM-^Mtango, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Amin Ullah Khan -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Ami Parekh -- Indian-American figure skater
Wikipedia - Amiran Papinashvili -- Georgian judoka
Wikipedia - Amir Haider Shah Sheerazi -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Amir Hajiyev -- Azerbaijani painter
Wikipedia - Amir Hossain Amu -- Bangladeshi politician and Member of Parliament
Wikipedia - Amir Peretz -- Israeli politician and the leader of the Israeli Labor Party
Wikipedia - Amiruddin Ahmad -- Bengali politician and Governor of East Pakistan (1955-56)
Wikipedia - Amish Paradise -- 1996 single by "Weird Al" Yankovic
Wikipedia - Amish Tripathi -- Indian author
Wikipedia - Ami Sirajer Begam (Novel) -- 1960 novel by Sree Parabat
Wikipedia - Ami Sirajer Begam -- 1973 film directed by Sushil Mukhopadhyay
Wikipedia - Amitava Raychaudhuri -- Indian theoretical particle physicist
Wikipedia - A. Mitchell Palmer -- 19th and 20th-century American politician
Wikipedia - Amit Upadhyay -- Indian cricketer and academic
Wikipedia - Ami Wajima -- Japanese singer
Wikipedia - Ami Yamato -- Japanese virtual YouTube vlogger
Wikipedia - Amiya Patnaik -- Indian filmmaker
Wikipedia - Amjad Ali (Pakistani politician) -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Amjad Farooqi -- Pakistani terrorist
Wikipedia - Amjad Farooq Khan -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Amjad Hussain Azar -- | Pakistani politician from Gilgit-Baltistan
Wikipedia - Amjad Khan Afridi -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Amjad Mehmood Chaudhry -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Amjad Parvez
Wikipedia - Amjad Qureshi -- Pakistani cricket umpire
Wikipedia - Amjad Sabri -- Pakistani qawwal, naat khawan and a proponent of the Sufi Muslim tradition
Wikipedia - Amjet Executive -- European business jet air charter company
Wikipedia - Amla-Betul Passenger -- Train in India
Wikipedia - Amla-Chhindwara Passenger -- Passenger train in India
Wikipedia - Amlan -- Municipality of the Philippines in the province of Negros Oriental
Wikipedia - Amlekhganj -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Amleto Palermi -- Italian film director
Wikipedia - Amma Appa Chellam -- 2004 film directed by Suryan
Wikipedia - Ammaiyappan (film) -- 1954 film by A. Bhimsingh
Wikipedia - Amma Makkal Munnettra Kazagam -- Indian political party
Wikipedia - Amma Rajyam Lo Kadapa Biddalu -- Indian film directed by Ram Gopal Varma
Wikipedia - Ammar Campa-Najjar -- American politician
Wikipedia - Ammar Hassan -- Palestinian musician
Wikipedia - Ammar Siddique Khan -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Ammayi Kosam -- 2001 film by Muppalaneni Shiva
Wikipedia - Ammertzwiller -- Part of Bernwiller in Grand Est, France
Wikipedia - Ammon Hennacy -- American Christian pacifist, anarchist and social activist (1893-1970)
Wikipedia - Ammonia Avenue -- 1984 album by The Alan Parsons Project
Wikipedia - Ammonium lactate -- Pair of enantiomers
Wikipedia - Amna Babar -- Pakistani supermodel
Wikipedia - Amna Mawaz Khan -- Pakistani classical dancer and activist
Wikipedia - Amnesia (2011 video game) -- Japanese visual novel series
Wikipedia - Amnicon Falls State Park -- State park in Wisconsin
Wikipedia - Amni -- Wikimedia disambiguation page
Wikipedia - Amnon David Ar -- Israeli painter
Wikipedia - Amoako Atta I -- Ghanaian paramount chief
Wikipedia - Amod (newspaper) -- Major weekly newspaper published in Bangladesh
Wikipedia - Amol Kolhe -- Actor and Member of Parliament of India
Wikipedia - Among the Sierra Nevada, California -- 1868 painting by Albert Bierstadt
Wikipedia - A Monster Calls -- Novel by Patrick Ness
Wikipedia - A Month in the Country (film) -- 1987 film by Pat O'Connor
Wikipedia - Amontillado -- Sherry originating in Spain
Wikipedia - Amorepacific Corporation -- South Korean beauty and cosmetics conglomerate
Wikipedia - Amores con trampa -- Mexican telenovela
Wikipedia - Amori Station -- Railway station in Nagano, Nagano Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Amos Ali -- Papua New Guinean athlete
Wikipedia - Amos Dairies Uganda Limited -- Dairy processing company in Uganda
Wikipedia - Amos Salvador RodrigaM-CM-1ez -- Spanish politician and engineer
Wikipedia - Amotivational syndrome -- Impairments primarily associated with cannabis use
Wikipedia - Ampad -- manufacturer of office products
Wikipedia - Ampaire Electric EEL -- A hybrid electric aircraft
Wikipedia - Ampakine
Wikipedia - Ampal-American Israel Corporation -- Holding company
Wikipedia - Ampanang language -- Austronesian language spoken in Kalimantan, Indonesia
Wikipedia - Ampandoantraka -- City in Madagascar
Wikipedia - Ampangan (state constituency) -- Political subdivision in Malaysia
Wikipedia - AMPA receptor
Wikipedia - Amparo Acker-Palmer -- Molecular biologist from Spain
Wikipedia - Amparo Alonso Betanzos -- Spanish professor and researcher
Wikipedia - Amparo Arozamena -- Mexican actress
Wikipedia - Amparo Baro -- Spanish actress
Wikipedia - Amparo Caicedo -- Colombian athlete
Wikipedia - Amparo Davila -- Mexican writer
Wikipedia - Amparo MuM-CM-1oz -- Spanish actress and model, Miss Universe 1974 winner
Wikipedia - Amparo Pacheco -- Spanish actress
Wikipedia - Amparo, Universidad -- Subbarrio in San Juan, Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - AMPA
Wikipedia - Ampaw
Wikipedia - Ampay tapaculo -- Species of bird
Wikipedia - Ampere Computing -- American fabless semiconductor company
Wikipedia - Ampex -- American company that pioneered the use of videotape
Wikipedia - Ampliatus -- Roman Christian mentioned by Paul in one of his letters
Wikipedia - Amplify (company) -- American education technology company
Wikipedia - Amplitude (political party) -- Political party in Chile
Wikipedia - Ampol -- Australian petroleum company
Wikipedia - Amrapali Dubey -- Indian actress
Wikipedia - Amrapali Express -- Train in India
Wikipedia - Amrapali (film) -- 1966 film by Lekh Tandon
Wikipedia - Amrapali Gupta -- Indian television actress
Wikipedia - Amrapali Jewels -- Indian jewelry company
Wikipedia - Amrapali -- Ancient Indian royal courtesan who figured in early Buddhism
Wikipedia - Amraut -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Amrendra Kumar Pandey -- Indian politician
Wikipedia - Amr ibn Hisham -- Meccan polytheist pagan Qurayshi leader
Wikipedia - Amrish Patel -- Indian politician
Wikipedia - Amrita Acharia -- Nepalese actress
Wikipedia - Amrita Agrahari -- Nepalese politician
Wikipedia - Amrita Bazar Patrika -- Bengali & English Newspaper
Wikipedia - Amrita Chattopadhyay -- Bengali film actress
Wikipedia - Amrita College of Education -- Private education college in Tirupattur, Tamil Nadu, India
Wikipedia - Amrita Pande -- Indian sociologist and ethnographer
Wikipedia - Amrita Patel -- Indian businessperson
Wikipedia - Amrita Sher-Gil -- Hungarian-Indian painter
Wikipedia - Amrita Thapa -- Nepali politician
Wikipedia - Amritganj -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Amrit Kumar Bohara -- Nepali politician
Wikipedia - Amrit Pal (actor) -- Indian actor
Wikipedia - Amrit Pal (athlete) -- Indian athlete
Wikipedia - Amritpur, Nepal -- Place in Nepal
Wikipedia - Amrit Sanskar -- One of the four Sikh sanskars also called Charan Amrit or Charan Phul or the Pag Pahul
Wikipedia - Amr Mosaad -- Egyptian Paralympic powerlifter
Wikipedia - Amrollah Dehghani -- Iranian Paralympic powerlifter
Wikipedia - Amruta Patil -- Indian graphic artist and writer
Wikipedia - Amrut Ganpat Sonar -- Indian politician
Wikipedia - Amsoil -- American multi-level marketing company
Wikipedia - Amsterdam (1748) -- 18th-century cargo ship of the Dutch East India Company
Wikipedia - Amsterdam Battery -- Dutch East India Company's military instalation to protect Table Bay
Wikipedia - Amsterdam Brewing Company -- Brewery in Toronto, Ontario
Wikipedia - Amsterdam Haggadah -- Illustrated Jewish Passover service book
Wikipedia - Amsterdam Ordnance Datum -- vertical datum in use in large parts of Western Europe, originally created for use in the Netherlands
Wikipedia - Amsterdam Science Park -- Science park in Amsterdam, Netherlands
Wikipedia - Amsterdamse Bos -- Park in the Netherlands
Wikipedia - Amstrad -- 1968-2010 British electronics company
Wikipedia - Amtali, Barisal -- Town and municipality in Barisal Division
Wikipedia - Amtrak Cascades -- Passenger train service in the United States and Canada
Wikipedia - Amtrak paint schemes -- History of paint schemes applied to Amtrak locomotvies and rail cars
Wikipedia - Amtrak Police Department -- American railroad police agency
Wikipedia - Amtrak -- American intercity passenger rail operator
Wikipedia - Amul Thapar -- United States federal judge
Wikipedia - Amul -- Indian cooperative dairy company
Wikipedia - Amur leopard -- Leopard subspecies in Far East Asia
Wikipedia - Amuse Inc. -- Japanese talent agency
Wikipedia - Amusement park -- Park with rides and attractions
Wikipedia - Amvrosije Jankovic -- Serbian painter-iconographer.
Wikipedia - Amvrosius Parashkevov -- Bulgarian Orthodox prelate
Wikipedia - Amway -- American multi-level marketing company
Wikipedia - Amy Alsop -- Canadian Paralympic goalball player
Wikipedia - Amyclas of Sparta -- Greek mythological character
Wikipedia - Amy Dickinson -- American newspaper columnist
Wikipedia - Amydropa -- Genus of beetles
Wikipedia - Amye Everard Ball -- First woman in England to be granted a patent
Wikipedia - Amy Ellingson -- American contemporary abstract painter
Wikipedia - Amy Hughes (artist) -- British painter
Wikipedia - Amylin Pharmaceuticals -- Biopharmaceutical company
Wikipedia - Amy O. Charkowski -- American plant pathologist
Wikipedia - Amy Paffrath -- American television presenter and actress
Wikipedia - Amy Parish -- Biological Anthropologist, Primatologist
Wikipedia - Amy Pascal -- American film producer and executive
Wikipedia - Amy Patterson -- Argentinian composer
Wikipedia - Amy Sherald -- American portrait painter (1973 - )
Wikipedia - Amy Sherman-Palladino -- American television writer, director, and producer
Wikipedia - Amy Siemons -- Dutch Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Amy's Kitchen -- Organic convenience food company
Wikipedia - Amy Willerton -- British beauty pageant contestant and television personality
Wikipedia - Anabel Conde -- Spanish singer
Wikipedia - Ana Belen -- Spanish actress and singer.
Wikipedia - Anabelle Langlois -- Canadian pair skater
Wikipedia - Anabe Station -- Railway station in Odawara, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Anabolism -- Set of metabolic pathways that construct molecules from smaller units
Wikipedia - Ana Botella Gomez -- Spanish politician
Wikipedia - Ana Botin -- Spanish businesswoman, banker (born 1960)
Wikipedia - Ana Briones Alonso -- Spanish medical researcher
Wikipedia - Ana Brun -- Paraguayan actress and lawyer
Wikipedia - Anabuki Station -- Railway station in Mima, Tokushima Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Ana Burgos -- Spanish triathlete
Wikipedia - Ana Camila Pirelli -- Paraguayan heptathlete
Wikipedia - Anacamptis papilionacea -- Species of flowering plant n the orchid family Orchidaceae
Wikipedia - Anacaona -- Female cacique from Hispaniola
Wikipedia - Ana Carrascosa -- Spanish judoka
Wikipedia - Ana Carrasco -- Spanish motorcycle racer
Wikipedia - Ana Crespo -- Spanish lichenologist
Wikipedia - An Act to amend the Criminal Code (peremptory challenges) -- A 2019 act of the Canadian Parliament
Wikipedia - Ana Cumpanas -- Romanian-American prostitute and brothel owner
Wikipedia - Anadarko Petroleum -- American energy company
Wikipedia - Ana de Castro Egas -- Spanish writer
Wikipedia - Ana del Rey -- Spanish actress
Wikipedia - Ana Diez -- Spanish director and screenwriter
Wikipedia - Anadish Pal -- Indian inventor
Wikipedia - Ana Duato -- Spanish actress
Wikipedia - An Adventure in Space and Time -- 2013 British television docudrama directed by Terry McDonough
Wikipedia - Ana Elia Paredes Arciga -- Mexican politician
Wikipedia - Ana Fernandez (actress, born 1963) -- Spanish actress
Wikipedia - Ana Fernandez Militino -- Spanish spatial statistician
Wikipedia - Ana Filipa Baptista -- Portuguese chess player
Wikipedia - Ana Filipa Martins -- Portuguese artistic gymnast
Wikipedia - Ana Garcia D'Atri -- Spanish editor, journalist and politician
Wikipedia - Ana Garcia-SiM-CM-1eriz -- Spanish television presenter
Wikipedia - Anagarika Dhammapala
Wikipedia - Anagarika Dharmapala -- Sri Lankan Buddhist revivalist and writer (1864-1933)
Wikipedia - Anagawa Station (Chiba) -- Monorail station in Chiba, Japan
Wikipedia - Anagawa Station (Mie) -- Railway station in Shima, Mie Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Anahid Fayad -- Palestinian actress
Wikipedia - Anahita Dargahi -- Iranian painter and actress
Wikipedia - Ana Ines Jabares-Pita -- Spanish designer
Wikipedia - Ana Jimenez -- Cuban Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Anak Agung Gede Ngurah Puspayoga -- Indonesian politician
Wikipedia - Ana Kasparian -- American political pundit, online news show host and producer
Wikipedia - Anak Mindanao -- Political party in the Philippines
Wikipedia - Anak ni Palaris -- 1955 Filipino film directed by Mario Barri
Wikipedia - Anaktuvuk Pass, Alaska -- City in Alaska, United States
Wikipedia - Analgesic -- Any member of the group of drugs used to achieve analgesia, relief from pain
Wikipedia - An Allegory of Truth and Time -- Painting by Annibale Carracci
Wikipedia - Analog sampled filter -- electronic filter using switched capacitors
Wikipedia - Analogue (company) -- American video game hardware company
Wikipedia - Analogy -- cognitive process of transferring information or meaning from a particular subject to another
Wikipedia - Ana Lucrecia Taglioretti -- Paraguayan violinist
Wikipedia - Ana Lupas -- Romanian artist
Wikipedia - Analyse & kritik -- German monthly newspaper
Wikipedia - Analysis of parallel algorithms
Wikipedia - Analysis paralysis
Wikipedia - Analysis Situs (paper)
Wikipedia - Analytical chemistry -- Study of the separation, identification, and quantification of the chemical components of materials
Wikipedia - Analytical Dynamics of Particles and Rigid Bodies -- Landmark textbook in classical mechanics by E. T. Whittaker
Wikipedia - Anamalai Tiger Reserve -- Wildlife sanctuary and national park in Tamil Nadu, India
Wikipedia - Ana Manso -- Spanish gymnast
Wikipedia - Ana Maria Cuervo -- Spanish scientist and biochemist
Wikipedia - Ana Maria Custodio -- Spanish actress
Wikipedia - Ana Maria Izurieta -- Spanish artistic gymnast
Wikipedia - Ana Maria Lopez Calleja -- Spanish Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Ana Maria Matute -- Spanish author
Wikipedia - Ana Maria Penas -- Spanish canoeist
Wikipedia - Ana Maria Surra -- Spanish politician
Wikipedia - Ana Maria Vazquez Hoys -- Spanish historian
Wikipedia - Ana Mariscal -- Spanish actress, director, screenwriter, and producer (1923-1995)
Wikipedia - Ana Matnadze -- Georgian-Spanish chess player
Wikipedia - Ana Mato -- Spanish politician
Wikipedia - Ana M-CM-^Alvarez -- Spanish actress and model
Wikipedia - AnaM-CM-/s Morand -- Swiss pair skater
Wikipedia - An American in Paris (film) -- 1951 film by Vincente Minnelli
Wikipedia - An American in Paris -- Symphonic tone poem by George Gershwin
Wikipedia - An American Werewolf in Paris -- 1997 film
Wikipedia - Anam Goher -- Pakistani television actress
Wikipedia - Anamgura language -- Papuan language
Wikipedia - Anamizu Station -- Railway station in Anamizu, Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Anamori-inari Station -- Railway station in Tokyo, Japan
Wikipedia - Anam Tanveer -- Pakistani television host, actress
Wikipedia - Anamudi Shola National Park -- Protected area in Idukki District, Kerala, South India
Wikipedia - Anam Zakaria -- Pakistani writer, Oral-historian and educator based in Canada
Wikipedia - Ananai Station -- Railway station in Aki, KM-EM-^Mchi Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Anandabazar Patrika -- Indian Bengali language daily newspaper
Wikipedia - Ananda Chakrapani -- Indian actor
Wikipedia - Ananda Gopal Bandopadhyay -- Indian tabla player
Wikipedia - Ananda Mohan Bhattarai -- Nepalese judge
Wikipedia - Ananda Pathak -- Indian politician
Wikipedia - Anand Dev Bhatt -- Nepali politician
Wikipedia - Anandiben Patel -- Indian politician and Governor of Uttar Pradesh
Wikipedia - Anandi Gopal Joshi
Wikipedia - Anandpal Singh -- Convicted criminal
Wikipedia - Anand Pandit -- Indian film producer
Wikipedia - Anand Patwardhan -- Indian film director
Wikipedia - Anangpal Tomar -- Indian king
Wikipedia - Ananias Shikongo -- Namibian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Ana Nieto Churruca -- Spanish writer and economist
Wikipedia - Ana Nisi Goyco -- Puerto Rican politician and beauty pageant titleholder
Wikipedia - Anan Station -- Railway station in Anan, Tokushima Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Ananta Prasad Paudel -- Nepali politician
Wikipedia - Anant Pai -- Indian Comic artist
Wikipedia - Anant Parekh
Wikipedia - Ananya Panday -- Indian actress
Wikipedia - Ana Oncina -- Spanish comic book illustrator
Wikipedia - Ana Oramas -- Spanish politician
Wikipedia - Ana Padurariu -- Canadian artistic gymnast
Wikipedia - Anapaest -- Metrical foot
Wikipedia - Anapaite -- Hydrous phosphate mineral
Wikipedia - Anapanasati Sutta
Wikipedia - Anapanasati
Wikipedia - Ana Pauker -- Romanian politician (1893-1960)
Wikipedia - Ana Paula Arendt
Wikipedia - Ana Paula Renault -- Brazilian journalist and television personality
Wikipedia - Ana Paula Ribeiro -- Brazilian group rhythmic gymnast
Wikipedia - Ana Paula Rodrigues -- Brazilian gymnast
Wikipedia - Ana Paula Scheffer -- Brazilian rhythmic gymnast
Wikipedia - Ana Paula Valadao -- Brazilian contemporary Christian singer
Wikipedia - Ana Paula Vergutz -- Brazilian canoeist
Wikipedia - Anapausa -- Genus of beetles
Wikipedia - Anapausoides longula -- Genus of beetles
Wikipedia - Anapa
Wikipedia - Ana Perez (gymnast) -- Spanish artistic gymnast
Wikipedia - Anarchism (Eltzbacher book) -- 1900 book by Paul Eltzbacher
Wikipedia - Anarchism in Japan
Wikipedia - Anarchism in Panama
Wikipedia - Anarchism in Paraguay
Wikipedia - Anarchism in Spain
Wikipedia - Anarcho-pacifism
Wikipedia - Anarcho-pacifists
Wikipedia - Ana Romero Masia -- Spanish historian and archaeologist
Wikipedia - Ana Romero Reguera -- Spanish fighting bull rancher
Wikipedia - Ana Rosa (Sao Paulo Metro) -- Sao Paulo Metro station
Wikipedia - Anarsia spartiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ana Sanchez -- Spanish golfer
Wikipedia - Ana Santos Aramburo -- Spanish librarian
Wikipedia - Ana Shalikashvili -- Georgian painter (b. 1919, d. 2004)
Wikipedia - Anas ibn Malik -- Companion (Sahaba) of Muhammad
Wikipedia - Anastas Bocaric -- Serbian painter
Wikipedia - Anastasia Beverly Hills -- American cosmetics company
Wikipedia - Anastasia Dolidze -- Russian pair skater
Wikipedia - Anastasia Martiusheva -- Russian pair skater
Wikipedia - Anastasia Panchenko -- Russian canoeist
Wikipedia - Anastasia Pavlova -- Ukrainian archer
Wikipedia - Anastasia Poluianova -- Russian pair skater
Wikipedia - Anastasia the Patrician -- Byzantine courtier; the wife of a consul and a lady-in-waiting to the Byzantine empress Theodora; Christian saint
Wikipedia - Anastasiia Mysnyk -- Ukrainian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Anastasios Papakonstantinou -- Greek bobsledder
Wikipedia - Anastasios Papaligouras -- Greek politician
Wikipedia - Anastasios Tsiou -- Greek Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Anastasius of Pavia
Wikipedia - Anastasiya Bespalova -- Russian composer
Wikipedia - Anastasiya Ovsyannikova -- Russian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Anastasiya Spas -- Ukrainian modern pentathlete
Wikipedia - Anastasya Paramzina -- Russian chess player
Wikipedia - Anastazy Jakub Pankiewicz
Wikipedia - Ana Tepavac -- Serbian taekwondo practitioner
Wikipedia - A-Nation -- Annual summer concert series in Japan
Wikipedia - Anatolian beyliks -- Historical, small Turkic principalities in Anatolia
Wikipedia - Anatoli Bugorski -- Russian scientist involved in an accident with a particle accelerator
Wikipedia - Anatoli, Lasithi -- prefecture municipality village
Wikipedia - Anatoly Kaigorodov -- Russian painter
Wikipedia - Anatoly Khrapaty -- Soviet weightlifter
Wikipedia - Anatomical Pathology
Wikipedia - Anatomical pathology
Wikipedia - Anatomical terms of location -- Standard terms for unambiguous description of relative placement of body parts
Wikipedia - Anatomy of the cerebellum -- Structures in the cerebellum, a part of the brain
Wikipedia - Anatomy -- Study of the structure of organisms and their parts
Wikipedia - Anatopia -- 1990s protest occupation in northwest Germany
Wikipedia - A Natural History of Rape -- 2000 book by Randy Thornhill and Craig T. Palmer
Wikipedia - Ana Varela -- Spanish canoeist
Wikipedia - Anavitrinella pampinaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anaxandridas II -- Agiad king of Sparta (r. 560 BC - 520 BC)
Wikipedia - Anayama Station -- Railway station in Nirasaki, Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Ana Yancy Clavel -- Salvadorian beauty pageant titleholder
Wikipedia - Anbulla Appa -- 1987 film
Wikipedia - Ancestry.com -- Online genealogy company based in Lehi, Utah
Wikipedia - Anchal College, Padampur -- Undergraduate college under Odisha Government
Wikipedia - Anchi ware -- Type of Japanese pottery
Wikipedia - Anchor Bay Entertainment -- American home entertainment and production company
Wikipedia - Anchor Electricals Pvt. Ltd. -- Indian electrical device manufacturing subsidiary of Panasonic
Wikipedia - Anchovy paste -- Fish paste food product using anchovies as a primary ingredient
Wikipedia - Ancient and Primeval Beech Forests of the Carpathians and Other Regions of Europe -- UNESCO world heritage site
Wikipedia - Ancient Cappadocian language -- Unclassified extinct language or group of languages
Wikipedia - Ancient Macedonians -- Ancient ethnic group from the northeastern part of mainland Greece
Wikipedia - Ancient Monuments Act 1931 -- Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom
Wikipedia - Ancient Monuments Consolidation and Amendment Act 1913 -- Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom
Wikipedia - Ancient Monuments Protection Act 1882 -- Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom
Wikipedia - Ancient Monuments Protection Act 1900 -- Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom
Wikipedia - Ancient Monuments Protection Act 1910 -- Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom
Wikipedia - Ancient Sparta
Wikipedia - Ancient Wars: Sparta -- 2007 video game
Wikipedia - Ancillary -- Wikimedia disambiguation page
Wikipedia - An Claidheamh Soluis -- Irish-speaking weekly newspaper from 1899 to 1931
Wikipedia - ANC Rental -- Car rental holding company
Wikipedia - Ancylodes pallens -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylolomia disparalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylolomia palpella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylometis paulianella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylosis pallida -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylosis partitella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancyrocephalus chiapanensis -- Genus of worms
Wikipedia - Andakombe Airport -- Airport in Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - Andal Ampatuan Jr. -- Filipino former politician convicted for the Maguindanao massacre
Wikipedia - Andalo -- municipality in Trentino-Alto Adige/Sudtirol, Italy
Wikipedia - Andalucia (cycling team) -- Spanish cycling team
Wikipedia - Andalusia -- Autonomous community of Spain
Wikipedia - Anda Pa'l Cara -- Late-night talk and variety show from Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Andean-Saharan glaciation -- Glaciation occurred during the Paleozoic from 450 Ma to 420 Ma,
Wikipedia - Andecha Astur -- Left-wing nationalist party in Asturias, Spain
Wikipedia - Andela -- American technology company
Wikipedia - Ander Barrenetxea (cyclist) -- Spanish bicycle racer
Wikipedia - Ander Elosegi -- Spanish slalom canoeist
Wikipedia - Anderlecht -- Municipality in Belgium
Wikipedia - Ander Mirambell -- Spanish skeleton racer
Wikipedia - Andersen Corporation -- American window and door company
Wikipedia - Anders Erikson Sparrman
Wikipedia - Anders Kompass
Wikipedia - Anders M-CM-^Ekesson -- Politician and Member of the parliament of Sweden
Wikipedia - Anderson Lake State Park -- Park in Washington state, USA
Wikipedia - Anderson Park, Invercargill -- Park in Invercargill, New Zealand
Wikipedia - Anderson Santos -- Brazilian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Anderson Troop -- Independent cavalry company of the Union Army
Wikipedia - Anderson Valley Brewing Company -- Brewery in Boonville, California
Wikipedia - Anders Paulrud -- Swedish writer and journalist
Wikipedia - Anders Sparrman
Wikipedia - Anders Zorn -- 19th and 20th-century Swedish painter and engraver
Wikipedia - And Every Day Was Overcast -- Novel by Paul Kwiatkowski
Wikipedia - Andhari, Siddhicharan -- Former Village Development Committee in Nepal
Wikipedia - Andhra Pradesh Department of Archeology and Museums -- Department of the government of Andhra Pradesh
Wikipedia - Andhra Pradesh Metro Rail Corporation -- Public transport company
Wikipedia - Andhra Pradesh State Disaster Response and Fire Services Department -- Agency in Andhra Pradesh, India
Wikipedia - Andhra University -- Public university in Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh
Wikipedia - And-JM-CM-+f/Revolutionary Movement for New Democracy -- Political party in Senegal
Wikipedia - Andleeb Abbas -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - AndM-EM-^M Station -- Railway station in Kashiwara, Osaka Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Andokides (vase painter) -- Ancient Athenian vase painter
Wikipedia - Andong -- Municipal City in North Gyeongsang, South Korea
Wikipedia - Andoni Aranaga -- Spanish professional road bicycle racer
Wikipedia - Andoni Ortuzar -- Spanish politician and journalist
Wikipedia - Andorra -- Principality in the southern Pyrenees
Wikipedia - Andoya Space Center -- Norwegian space center
Wikipedia - Andras Pandy -- Belgian murderer (1927 - 2013)
Wikipedia - Andras Parti -- Hungarian cross-country mountain biker
Wikipedia - Andras Prekopa -- Hungarian mathematician
Wikipedia - Andrea Adamo (racing manager) -- Team Principal of Hyundai World Rally Team
Wikipedia - Andrea Andreen -- Swedish physician, pacifist and feminist
Wikipedia - Andrea Appiani -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Andrea Barbiani -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Andrea Bellunello -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Andrea Boscoli -- Italian painter (1560-1607)
Wikipedia - Andrea Cionna -- Italian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Andrea Coote -- Australian parliamentarian
Wikipedia - Andrea D'Antoni -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Andrea del Sarto -- Italian painter (1486-1530)
Wikipedia - Andrea del Verrocchio -- 15th century Italian sculptor, goldsmith and painter
Wikipedia - Andrea di Bartolo -- Medieval Italian painter, stained glass designer and illuminator of the Sienese School
Wikipedia - Andrea di Leone -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Andrea Di Paola
Wikipedia - Andrea Duro -- Spanish actress
Wikipedia - Andrea Electronics -- American technology company
Wikipedia - Andrea Fabiano -- Italian company executive
Wikipedia - Andrea Fabra Fernandez -- Spanish politician
Wikipedia - Andrea Foulkes -- British past life regression therapist
Wikipedia - Andrea Gastaldi -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Andrea Grimes Parker -- American computer scientist
Wikipedia - Andrea Grobocopatel -- Argentine economist
Wikipedia - Andrea Hanak -- German painter
Wikipedia - Andrea Hegen -- German Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Andrea L. Graham -- American parasitologist and researcher
Wikipedia - Andrea Lopez Caballero -- Spanish painter
Wikipedia - Andrea Mantegna -- Italian Renaissance painter (1431-1506)
Wikipedia - Andrea Martinez -- Spanish model
Wikipedia - Andrea Moda -- Italian fashion company
Wikipedia - Andrea Motis -- Spanish jazz singer and trumpeter
Wikipedia - Andre Andrade (athlete) -- Brazilian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Andrea Page -- Canadian hurdler
Wikipedia - Andrea Pais de Libera -- Italian bobsledder
Wikipedia - Andrea Palladio -- Italian architect
Wikipedia - Andrea Palma (actress) -- Mexican actress
Wikipedia - Andrea Palm -- Secretary of the Wisconsin Department of Health Services
Wikipedia - Andrea PaM-EM->outova -- Czech judoka
Wikipedia - Andrea Paoli -- Lebanese taekwondo practitioner
Wikipedia - Andrea Parenti -- Italian archer
Wikipedia - Andrea Parkins -- American composer and musician
Wikipedia - Andrea Pavan -- Italian professional golfer
Wikipedia - Andrea Polinori -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Andrea Pozzi -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Andrea Ramirez -- Spanish painter
Wikipedia - Andrea Rica -- Spanish taekwondo practitioner
Wikipedia - Andreas Alariesto -- Finnish painter
Wikipedia - Andrea Scherney -- Austrian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Andreas Edvard Disen -- Norwegian painter
Wikipedia - Andreas Friis -- Danish painter
Wikipedia - Andreas Hofer -- Tirolean innkeeper and patriot
Wikipedia - Andreas Karapatakis -- Cypriot sailor
Wikipedia - Andreas Kipar -- German architect
Wikipedia - Andreas Krystallis -- Greek painter
Wikipedia - Andreas Muller (athlete) -- German Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Andrea Spagni -- Italian theologian
Wikipedia - Andreas Palaiologos -- Prince of the Palaiologos dynasty
Wikipedia - Andreas Panagopoulos -- Greek politician
Wikipedia - Andreas Paolo Perger -- Austrian musician
Wikipedia - Andreas Papadopoulos -- Greek sailor
Wikipedia - Andreas (parish)
Wikipedia - Andreas Paul Weber -- German lithographer , draftsman and painter (1893-1980)
Wikipedia - Andreas Ritzos -- Greek painter (1421-1492)
Wikipedia - Andreas Roth (painter) -- German Painter
Wikipedia - Andrea Testa -- Italian paracanoeist
Wikipedia - Andre Beaudoin -- Canadian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Andre Beronneau -- French painter
Wikipedia - Andre Campana -- French athlete
Wikipedia - Andre Capron -- French immunologist and parasitologist
Wikipedia - Andre Dunoyer de Segonzac -- French painter
Wikipedia - Andree Belle -- French painter
Wikipedia - Andree Champagne -- Canadian politician
Wikipedia - Andre Evard -- Swiss painter
Wikipedia - Andre Giroux (painter) -- French painter
Wikipedia - Andre Gisson -- 20th-century American painter
Wikipedia - Andrei Andreyevich Popov -- Russian painter
Wikipedia - Andrei Bushkov -- Russian former pair skater
Wikipedia - Andrei Chuvilaev -- Russian pair skater
Wikipedia - Andrei Mironov (painter) -- Russian painter
Wikipedia - Andreina Pagnani -- Italian actress and voice actress
Wikipedia - Andrei Novoselov -- Russian pair skater
Wikipedia - Andrei Pavlenko (ice hockey) -- Belarusian ice hockey defenceman
Wikipedia - Andrei Ryabushkin -- Russian painter
Wikipedia - Andrei Stepanchuk -- Belarusian racewalker
Wikipedia - Andrei Tupolev -- Russian and Soviet aerospace engineer
Wikipedia - Andre-Jacques Garnerin -- French balloonist and inventor of the frameless parachute
Wikipedia - Andrej Karpathy -- AI researcher at Tesla
Wikipedia - Andre Jolivard -- French painter
Wikipedia - Andrej Pazman -- Slovak mathematician
Wikipedia - Andre Lespagnol -- French politician and professor
Wikipedia - Andre Luiz Oliveira -- Brazilian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Andre Mare -- French painter and designer
Wikipedia - Andrena platyparia -- Miner bee species in the family Andrenidae
Wikipedia - Andreolo Giustiniani -- Italian antiquarian and patron
Wikipedia - Andre Paras -- Filipino actor and model
Wikipedia - Andre Parmentier (politician) -- French politician
Wikipedia - Andre Parmentier (sport shooter) -- French sport shooter
Wikipedia - Andre Paro -- Brazilian equestrian
Wikipedia - Andre Patey -- French bobsledder
Wikipedia - Andre-Paul DuchM-CM-"teau -- Belgian writer
Wikipedia - Andre Planson -- French painter
Wikipedia - Andre Ricard Sala -- Spanish industrial designer
Wikipedia - Andres Barbero -- Paraguayan botanist (1877-1951)
Wikipedia - Andres Barea -- Spanish composer
Wikipedia - Andres Caparros Garcia -- Mayor of Ponce, Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Andres del Corral -- Spanish writer and archaeologist
Wikipedia - Andres de Olmos -- 16th-century Spanish linguist of Mesoamerica
Wikipedia - Andres de Segurola -- Spanish opera singer
Wikipedia - Andres do Barro -- Spanish musician
Wikipedia - Andres Garcia de QuiM-CM-1ones -- Spanish architect
Wikipedia - Andres Hernandez Ros -- Spanish politician
Wikipedia - Andres Lopez Polanco -- Spanish painter
Wikipedia - Andres Marin -- Spanish tenor
Wikipedia - Andres Martinez (athlete) -- Spanish Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Andres Mata (weightlifter) -- Spanish weightlifter
Wikipedia - Andres Metspalu
Wikipedia - Andres Mistage -- Venezuelan model, actor, and male beauty pageant titleholder
Wikipedia - Andres Novales -- Spanish soldier who led a revolt
Wikipedia - Andres Pacheco -- 17th-century Roman Catholic bishop
Wikipedia - Andres Palacios -- Chilean actor
Wikipedia - Andres Rodriguez de Villegas -- Spanish royal governor
Wikipedia - Andres Saliquet -- Spanish military personnel (1877-1959)
Wikipedia - Andres Segovia -- Spanish guitarist
Wikipedia - Andres Trapiello -- Spanish writer
Wikipedia - Andres Vazquez de Prada -- Spanish historian and diplomat
Wikipedia - Andres Velencoso -- Spanish model and actor from Catalonia
Wikipedia - Andre the Giant Has a Posse -- Street art campaign by Shepard Fairey
Wikipedia - Andreu Ballbe Garcia -- Spanish sailor
Wikipedia - Andreu Blanes -- Spanish orienteering competitor
Wikipedia - Andreu Capdevila i Puig -- Spanish trade unionist (1894-1987)
Wikipedia - Andre Viger -- Canadian paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Andrew Anderson, Lord Anderson -- Scottish barrister, judge and Liberal Party politician
Wikipedia - Andrew Evans (figure skater) -- Canadian pair skater
Wikipedia - Andrew F. Bunner -- American painter and draughtsman
Wikipedia - Andrew Fraser, Baron Fraser of Corriegarth -- UK Conservative Party official and investment banker
Wikipedia - Andrew Goldberg (surgeon) -- British orthopaedic surgeon
Wikipedia - Andrew Goodpaster -- US Army general
Wikipedia - Andrew Hunt (painter) -- British artist
Wikipedia - Andrew J. Aikens -- American newspaper publisher and editor
Wikipedia - Andrew Jones (fl. 1386) -- English Member of Parliament
Wikipedia - Andrew King (representative) -- American politician, Democratic party member of the House of Representatives representing Missouri (1812-1895)
Wikipedia - Andrew Law (artist) -- British painter (1873-1967)
Wikipedia - Andrew Lawrenceson Smith -- British artist and painter
Wikipedia - Andrew Marc -- American company
Wikipedia - Andrew Mlangeni -- South African anti-apartheid activist and politician
Wikipedia - Andrew Molera State Park
Wikipedia - Andrew O'Sullivan -- Australian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Andrew Page (businessman) -- British businessman
Wikipedia - Andrew Palfrey -- Australian sailor
Wikipedia - Andrew Palmer (diplomat) -- British diplomat
Wikipedia - Andrew Parker Bowles -- British Army officer
Wikipedia - Andrew Parker (zoologist) -- Australian zoologist
Wikipedia - Andrew Parsons (American politician) -- American politician
Wikipedia - Andrew Paul -- English actor
Wikipedia - Andrew Pawley
Wikipedia - Andrew Payne (judoka) -- Barbadian judoka
Wikipedia - Andrew P. Poppas -- Joint Staff director of operations
Wikipedia - Andrew Repasky McElhinney -- American film producer
Wikipedia - Andrew Seth Pringle-Pattison
Wikipedia - Andrew Sibley -- Australian painter
Wikipedia - Andrew Small -- British Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Andrews McMeel Publishing -- American publishing company
Wikipedia - Andrew Sparrow -- journalist
Wikipedia - Andrews Space -- American Aerospace Company
Wikipedia - Andrew Tennant (pastoralist) -- Australian politician
Wikipedia - Andrew Wilkinson (paediatrician)
Wikipedia - Andrew Yang 2020 presidential campaign -- US presidential campaign
Wikipedia - Andrew Young -- American politician, diplomat, activist and pastor from Georgia
Wikipedia - Andrew Yule and Company
Wikipedia - Andrey Atuchin -- Paleoartist
Wikipedia - Andrey Esionov -- Russian painter and graphic artist
Wikipedia - Andrey Korotayev -- Russian anthropologist, economic historian, comparative political scientist, and sociologist
Wikipedia - Andrey Vdovin -- Russian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Andrija Lompar -- Montenegrin politician
Wikipedia - Andrijevica Municipality -- Municipality of Montenegro
Wikipedia - Andriy Bekh -- Ukrainian pair skater
Wikipedia - Andriy Danylov -- Ukrainian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Andriy Onufriyenko -- Ukrainian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Andriy Zhyltsov -- Ukrainian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Andrographis paniculata -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Androgynous Peripheral Attach System -- Spacecraft docking mechanism
Wikipedia - Android application package -- File format used for software on Google's Android operating system
Wikipedia - Andro Krstulovic Opara -- Croatian politician and art historian
Wikipedia - Andromachi Papanikolaou -- Greek-Bolivian laboratory technician
Wikipedia - Andromeda: A Space-Age Tale
Wikipedia - Andro Melos -- Japanese tokusatsu television miniseries
Wikipedia - Andronicus of Pannonia
Wikipedia - Androniki Drakou -- Greek orthopaedic surgeon
Wikipedia - Andronikos III Palaiologos -- Byzantine emperor
Wikipedia - Andronikos II Palaiologos
Wikipedia - Andronikos IV Palaiologos
Wikipedia - Andronikos Lapardas
Wikipedia - Andronikos Palaiologos (late 12th century) -- 12th-century Byzantine aristocrat and general
Wikipedia - Andronikos Palaiologos (megas domestikos) -- Megas domestikos of the Empire of Nicaea
Wikipedia - Andronikos V Palaiologos
Wikipedia - Andropause
Wikipedia - Andrus Johani -- Estonian painter
Wikipedia - Andrus Paul -- Estonian luger
Wikipedia - Andrzej Jurkiewicz -- Polish painter
Wikipedia - Andrzej Palys -- Polish politician
Wikipedia - Andrzej Panufnik -- Polish composer and conductor
Wikipedia - Andrzej Papierz -- Polish politician
Wikipedia - Andrzej Pasek -- Polish equestrian
Wikipedia - Andrzej Rapacz -- Polish biathlete
Wikipedia - Andrzej Stypinski -- Polish painter
Wikipedia - Andrzej Wrobel -- Polish Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself -- 2003 television film by Bruce Beresford
Wikipedia - And the Crows Will Dig Your Grave -- 1971 Spanish film directed by Juan Bosch
Wikipedia - Andy Bailey Provincial Park -- | provincial park in Canada
Wikipedia - Andy D'Agorne -- British Green Party politician
Wikipedia - And Yet They Paused -- 1938 one-act play by Georgia Douglas Johnson
Wikipedia - Andy Lewis (triathlete) -- British paratriathlete
Wikipedia - Andy Palmer -- British businessman
Wikipedia - Andy Panda filmography -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - Andy Pandy -- UK children's television series
Wikipedia - Andy Partridge -- English musician and XTC founder
Wikipedia - Andy Pask -- English composer and musician
Wikipedia - Andy Paul -- Greek Cypriot singer and songwriter
Wikipedia - Andy Seitz -- American pair skater
Wikipedia - Andy Spade -- American marketing person
Wikipedia - Anebetsu Station -- Railway station in Hamanaka, Hokkaido, Japan
Wikipedia - Aneeza Fatima -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Anegasaki Station -- Railway station in Ichihara, Chiba Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - ANEK Lines -- Greek shipping company
Wikipedia - Ane Log -- Japanese manga series
Wikipedia - Anel Patricia Nava Perez -- Mexican politician
Wikipedia - AneM-EM->ka Paloudova -- Czech canoeist
Wikipedia - Anemone parviflora -- Species of flowering plant in the buttercup family Ranunculaceae
Wikipedia - An Englishman, an Irishman and a Scotsman -- Pattern for jokes
Wikipedia - An Englishman in Moscow -- 1914 painting
Wikipedia - Anerpa -- Genus of beetles
Wikipedia - Aneta Kowalska -- Polish pair skater
Wikipedia - Aneta Szczepanska -- Polish judoka
Wikipedia - An Evening River Landscape with a Ferry -- Painting by Jan van Goyen
Wikipedia - A New Era -- Venezuelan political party
Wikipedia - A New Way to Pay Old Debts -- play by Philip Massinger
Wikipedia - An Experiment on a Bird in the Air Pump -- 1768 oil-on-canvas painting by Joseph Wright of Derby
Wikipedia - Anfal genocide -- Genocidal campaign against the Kurdish people
Wikipedia - An Gaidheal M-CM-^Yr -- Defunct Scottish Gaelic language newspaper
Wikipedia - Angan Ke Par Dwar -- 1961 Hindi poetry collection by Agyeya
Wikipedia - Angara (rocket family) -- Russian family of RP-1/LOX fueled space-launch vehicles
Wikipedia - Angas Parsons -- Australian politician and judge
Wikipedia - Angel (2017 film) -- 2017 Indian film directed by Palani
Wikipedia - Angela Brennan -- Australian painter
Wikipedia - Angela Constance -- Scottish National Party politician
Wikipedia - Angela Hutchinson Hammer -- American newspaperwoman
Wikipedia - Angela Madsen -- American Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Angela Olinto -- Astroparticle physicist and professor
Wikipedia - Angela Palmer -- Scottish artist and former journalist
Wikipedia - Angela Paton -- American actor, stage actor and television actor (1930-2016)
Wikipedia - Angela Patton -- Activist; creator of Camp Diva
Wikipedia - Angela Paul -- New Zealand luger
Wikipedia - Angela Rayner -- Deputy Leader and Chair of the Labour Party
Wikipedia - Angela Rivera-Parr -- American kickboxer and MMA fighter
Wikipedia - Angela Roberts -- New Zealand Labour Party politician
Wikipedia - Angela Spalsbury -- American mathematician
Wikipedia - Angel Baby (1961 film) -- 1961 film by Paul Wendkos
Wikipedia - Angele (film) -- 1934 French film by Marcel Pagnol
Wikipedia - Angeles Felices Lancina -- Spanish cartoonist and illustrator
Wikipedia - Angelica Kauffman -- 18th/19th-century Swiss Neoclassical painter
Wikipedia - Angelica Panganiban -- Filipino actress and comedian (born 1986)
Wikipedia - Angelica Veronica Airola -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Angelico Chavez -- Hispanic American Friar minor, priest, historian, author, poet, and painter
Wikipedia - Angelic Pretty -- Company
Wikipedia - Angeliki Panagiotatou -- Greek physician and microbiologist
Wikipedia - Angeliki Panajiotatou
Wikipedia - Angeliki Papoulia -- Greek actress
Wikipedia - Angelina Fares -- Israeli beauty pageant contestant
Wikipedia - Angelina Lanza -- French Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Angelina Stepanova -- Soviet actor (1905-2000)
Wikipedia - Angeline Flor Pua -- Miss Universe Belgium 2019, beauty pageant titleholder, Belgian-Filipino model
Wikipedia - Angel in Separee -- 1929 film
Wikipedia - Angelio Somalo -- Spanish equestrian
Wikipedia - Angelique Quessandier -- French Paralympic judoka
Wikipedia - Angeli senza paradiso -- 1970 film
Wikipedia - Angelito Antonio -- Filipino painter
Wikipedia - Angella Escudero -- Peruvian engineer, model, and beauty pageant titleholder
Wikipedia - ANGEL Learning -- Educational software company
Wikipedia - Angelo Baccalario -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Angelo Boucheron -- Italian painter and engraver
Wikipedia - Angelo Canevari -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Angelo Cesselon -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Angelo Froglia -- Italian painter and sculptor
Wikipedia - Angelo Gordon -- American investment management company
Wikipedia - Angelo Inganni -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Angelo Jank -- German painter
Wikipedia - Angelo Maccagnino -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Angelo Monticelli -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Angelo Pagani -- Italian bicycle racer
Wikipedia - Angelo Paggi -- Italian philosopher
Wikipedia - Angelo Paoli
Wikipedia - Angelo Parisi -- French judoka
Wikipedia - Angelo Parona -- Italian admiral
Wikipedia - Angelo Ramazzotti -- Patriarch of Venice
Wikipedia - Angel Orensanz -- Spanish sculptor and painter
Wikipedia - Angelo Savelli -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Angelos Papadimas -- Greek sports shooter
Wikipedia - Angelo, Tyrant of Padua
Wikipedia - Angel's Frypan -- Manga
Wikipedia - Angels of Death (video game) -- 2016 Japanese horror adventure game by Hoshikuzu KRNKRN (Makoto Sanada) for Microsoft Windows
Wikipedia - Angelus Novus -- Painting by Paul Klee
Wikipedia - Angel wings -- Sweet crisp pastry
Wikipedia - Ange-Regis Hounkpatin -- Franco-Beninese filmmaker
Wikipedia - AngertorstraM-CM-^_e 3 -- Apartment building in Munich, Germany
Wikipedia - Angie Ballard -- Australian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Angie Beckwith -- American phytopathologist
Wikipedia - Angie Bray -- British Conservative Party politician
Wikipedia - Angie Palacios -- Ecuadorian weightlifter
Wikipedia - Ang Iibigin ay Ikaw Pa Rin -- 2003 Philippine television series
Wikipedia - Anginopachria -- Genus of beetles
Wikipedia - Angiolillo Arcuccio -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Angi Uezu -- Japanese karateka
Wikipedia - Ang Kapatiran -- Political party in the Philippines
Wikipedia - Angkas -- Motorcycle transport and delivery service company in the Philippines
Wikipedia - Anglers on the Seine at Poissy -- 1872 painting by Claude Monet
Wikipedia - Anglian Radio -- British media company
Wikipedia - Anglia Railways -- Former East Anglian train operating company
Wikipedia - Anglican Church in Japan
Wikipedia - Anglican Church in North America -- Christian denomination in the Anglican tradition in North America, founded in 2009 by those dissatisfied with doctrines of the Episcopal Church / Anglican Church of Canada
Wikipedia - Anglican Church of Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - Anglican Communion in Japan
Wikipedia - Anglican Episcopal Church of Brazil
Wikipedia - Anglican Pacifist Fellowship
Wikipedia - Anglimp Rural LLG -- Local-level government in Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - Anglo-Americans -- English-speaking people in parts of North America where English culture and language are dominant
Wikipedia - Anglo-French Survey (1784-1790) -- Survey of the distance between Greenwich and Paris
Wikipedia - Anglo-Indian Wars -- Wikipedia disambiguation page
Wikipedia - Anglo-Japanese Alliance
Wikipedia - Anglo-Japanese Friendship Treaty -- First treaty between the UK and Japan
Wikipedia - Anglo-Nepalese War -- 1814-1816 war between Nepal and Great Britain
Wikipedia - Anglo-Persian Oil Company -- English energy company founded in 1908
Wikipedia - Anglo-Saxon paganism -- Polytheistic religious beliefs and practices of the Anglo-Saxons
Wikipedia - Anglo-Saxon riddles -- Part of Anglo-Saxon literature
Wikipedia - Anglo-Saxons -- Germanic tribes who started to inhabit parts of Great Britain from the 5th century onwards
Wikipedia - Anglo-Spanish War (1585-1604) -- 1585-1604 war between the kingdoms of Spain and England
Wikipedia - Anglo-Spanish War (1625-1630) -- 1625-1630 war fought by Spain against the Kingdom of England and the United Provinces
Wikipedia - Anglo-Spanish War (1654-1660) -- 1654-1660 war between the English Protectorate under Oliver Cromwell and Spain
Wikipedia - Anglo-Spanish War (1796-1808) -- Part of the French Revolutionary Wars and Napoleonic Wars
Wikipedia - Angolan National Democratic Party -- Political party in Angola
Wikipedia - Angolan Union for Peace, Democracy and Development -- Political party in Angola
Wikipedia - Angomonas deanei -- Species of parasitic flagellate protist in the Kinetoplastea class
Wikipedia - Angoram-Middle Sepik Rural LLG -- Local-level government in Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - Angoss -- Canadian software company
Wikipedia - Ang Paboritong Libro ni Hudas -- 2003 book by Bob Ong
Wikipedia - Ang Padrino -- 1984 Filipino film directed by Ronwaldo Reyes
Wikipedia - Ang Pagbabago -- 2006 Philippine television show
Wikipedia - Ang Pambansang Third Wheel -- Filipino romance film
Wikipedia - Ang Panday (1980 film) -- 1980 Filipino film directed by Ronwaldo Reyes
Wikipedia - Angra dos Reis -- Municipality in Rio de Janeiro state, Brazil
Wikipedia - Ang Rita Sherpa -- Nepalese mountain climber
Wikipedia - Angry Grandpa -- American YouTuber and internet personality
Wikipedia - Angry Orchard -- American cider company
Wikipedia - Ang Tharkay -- Nepalese sherpa and sirdar (1907-1981)
Wikipedia - Ang Tshering Sherpa (entrepreneur) -- Nepali entrepreneur
Wikipedia - Ang Tshering Sherpa (mountaineer) -- Nepali mountaineer
Wikipedia - Anguish -- Extreme pain, distress or anxiety
Wikipedia - Angular gyrus -- Gyrus of the parietal lobe of the brain
Wikipedia - Angura -- Japanese theatrical movement
Wikipedia - Angur Baba Joshi -- Nepalese social activist
Wikipedia - Angus Pattie -- Fijian sailor
Wikipedia - Angus Robertson -- Former Scottish National Party politician
Wikipedia - Angu -- Tribal peoples from Papa New Guinea
Wikipedia - Angy Fernandez -- Spanish singer and actress
Wikipedia - Anhaica -- Historical settlement of the Apalachee people
Wikipedia - Anhangabau (Sao Paulo Metro) -- Sao Paulo Metro station
Wikipedia - Anheuser-Busch brands -- Brewing company
Wikipedia - Anheuser-Busch -- American brewing company
Wikipedia - Anhilwad Patan
Wikipedia - Aniai Station -- Railway station in Kitaakita, Akita Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Anibal Bello -- Venezuelan Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Aniceto Marinas -- Spanish sculptor
Wikipedia - Anichkov Palace
Wikipedia - Anicius Faustus Paulinus (suffect consul) -- 3rd century Roman military officer and senator
Wikipedia - An Ideal Husband (1999 film) -- 1999 film by Oliver Parker
Wikipedia - Aniela Pawlikowska -- Polish artist
Wikipedia - Aniello Campagna -- 17th-century Roman Catholic bishop
Wikipedia - A Night in Paradise (1932 film) -- 1932 film
Wikipedia - Anihata Station -- Railway station in Hachimantai, Iwate Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Anilao, Iloilo -- Municipality of the Philippines in the province of Iloilo
Wikipedia - Anil Bhaidas Patil -- Indian politician
Wikipedia - Anil Kumari Malhotra -- Indian homoeopathic physician
Wikipedia - Anil Sadgopal -- Indian educator and activist
Wikipedia - Ani-Maeda Station -- Railway station in Kitaakita, Akita Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - An Image of the Past -- 1915 film
Wikipedia - Animal (Def Leppard song) -- 1987 song by Def Leppard
Wikipedia - Animal husbandry in Pakistan
Wikipedia - Animalia Paradoxa -- Mythical, magical or otherwise suspect animals mentioned in Systema Naturae
Wikipedia - Animalist Party Against Mistreatment of Animals
Wikipedia - Animalist Party -- French animal advocacy party
Wikipedia - Animal Justice Party of Finland
Wikipedia - Animal Justice Party
Wikipedia - Animal models of Parkinson's disease
Wikipedia - Animal painter -- Person who creates paintings of animals
Wikipedia - Animal Park (1991 TV series) -- Television series
Wikipedia - Animal Park -- Television documentary about keepers and animals at Longleat Safari Park, UK
Wikipedia - Animal Planet (Dutch TV channel) -- Dutch pay television channel
Wikipedia - Animal Planet (European TV channel) -- European pay television channel
Wikipedia - Animal Planet Nordic -- Pay television channel
Wikipedia - Animal Protection Party of Canada -- Pro-animal rights political party in Canada
Wikipedia - Animal psychopathology
Wikipedia - Animals First -- Defunct political party in New Zealand
Wikipedia - Animals in space -- An overview of space research concerning live animals
Wikipedia - Animal welfare and rights in Japan -- The treatment of and laws concerning non-human animals in Japan
Wikipedia - Animal welfare and rights in Spain -- The treatment of and laws concerning non-human animals in Spain
Wikipedia - Animal Welfare Party -- Political party in the UK campaigning on animal welfare
Wikipedia - Anima Patil-Sabale -- Indian born software and aerospace Engineer
Wikipedia - Ani-Matagi Station -- Railway station in Kitaakita, Akita Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Animation studios owned by The Walt Disney Company
Wikipedia - AnimaxFYB Studios -- Animation Company
Wikipedia - Anima Yell! -- Japanese manga and anime series
Wikipedia - Anime convention -- Fan convention on Anime, Manga and Japanese culture in general
Wikipedia - AnimeJapan -- Anime convention
Wikipedia - Anime Limited -- British anime distribution company
Wikipedia - Anime Revolution -- Japanese anime and gaming convention in Vancouver
Wikipedia - Anime UK -- Defunct British magazine about Japanese animation
Wikipedia - Anime -- Japanese animation
Wikipedia - Animonsta Studios -- Malaysian animation company
Wikipedia - Anim Zemirot -- Jewish paryer poem
Wikipedia - Aniplus Asia -- Southeast Asian pay television channel
Wikipedia - Anirudha Dipa -- Indian politician
Wikipedia - Anirudra Prasad Singh -- Former Chief Justice of Nepal
Wikipedia - Anisakis -- Genus of parasitic nematodes
Wikipedia - Anis Kaimkhani -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Anis Nagi -- Pakistani writer (1939-2010)
Wikipedia - Anisoptera thurifera -- species of plant in the family Dipterocarpaceae
Wikipedia - Anisur Khuda-Bukhsh -- Indian homeopathy researcher
Wikipedia - Anis-ur-Rehman -- Pakistani cricketer and umpire
Wikipedia - Anita Ayoob -- Pakistani actress
Wikipedia - Anita Chapman -- British Paralympic archer
Wikipedia - Anita Holdcroft -- Anaesthetist; pain researcher
Wikipedia - Anita Page -- American actress
Wikipedia - Anita Pallenberg -- German actress
Wikipedia - Anita Palmero -- Spanish singer
Wikipedia - Anita-Pearl Ankor -- Ghanaian painter
Wikipedia - Anita Sengupta -- Aerospace engineer
Wikipedia - Anita Shrestha -- Nepalese sports shooter
Wikipedia - Anita Snellman -- Finnish painter
Wikipedia - Anita Tefkin -- American pair skater
Wikipedia - Anita Thapar -- Welsh child psychiatrist
Wikipedia - Anita Vaczi -- Hungarian paracanoeist
Wikipedia - Anita Zaidi -- Pakistani physician
Wikipedia - Aniversario: Never Compromise -- 2013 Chikara internet pay-per-view event
Wikipedia - Anjaam Pathiraa -- 2020 film directed by Midhun Manuel Thomas
Wikipedia - Anjali Goswami -- Paleo-biologist and professor
Wikipedia - Anjana Bisankhe -- Nepalese politician
Wikipedia - Anjaneyulu (film) -- 2009 action comedy film by Parasuram
Wikipedia - Anjinzuka Station -- Railway station in Yokosuka, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - AnjM-EM-^M Station -- Railway station in AnjM-EM-^M, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Anju Inami -- Japanese actress
Wikipedia - Anjuman Shehzadi -- Pakistani dancer and actress
Wikipedia - Anju Takamizawa -- Japanese athletics competitor
Wikipedia - Anker (company) -- Chinese electronics brand
Wikipedia - Anki (company) -- Defunct American robotics and artificial intelligence startup
Wikipedia - Ankimo -- Japanese monkfish liver dish
Wikipedia - Ankita Bhargava Patel -- Indian actress
Wikipedia - Ankiti Bose -- Indian entrepreneur in textile and apparel industry
Wikipedia - Ankit Rajpara -- Indian chess grandmaster
Wikipedia - Ankleshwar-Rajpipla Passenger -- Train in India
Wikipedia - Anlaby Park -- Anlaby Park
Wikipedia - Anlaby Station -- Pastoral lease in South Australia
Wikipedia - AnM-CM-; KathM-CM-" M-CM-^Npa -- Mountain in Alberta, Canada
Wikipedia - AnM-EM-^M Station (Shiga) -- Railway station in M-EM-^Ltsu, Shiga Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Anmitsu Hime -- Japanese media franchise based on a manga of the same name
Wikipedia - Anmol India Limited -- Indian company
Wikipedia - Anmol K.C. -- Nepalese actor & producer (born 1994)
Wikipedia - Anna Alexander -- 19th and 20th-century American Episcopal deaconess and saint
Wikipedia - Anna Allen Martin -- Spanish actress
Wikipedia - Anna Ancher -- Danish painter
Wikipedia - Anna Banner -- Nigerian pageant and actress
Wikipedia - Anna B. Eckstein -- German pacifist (1868-1947)
Wikipedia - Annabel Goldie -- Former Leader of the Scottish Conservative Party
Wikipedia - Annabel Park -- American filmmaker
Wikipedia - Anna Boch -- Belgian painter
Wikipedia - Anna Caspari Agerholt -- Norwegian women's rights activist
Wikipedia - Anna Casparsson -- Swedish textile artist
Wikipedia - Anna Cassel -- Swedish painter
Wikipedia - Anna Caterina Gilli -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Anna Catherine Parnell -- 19th/20th-century Irish nationalist
Wikipedia - Anna Chao Pai -- American geneticist
Wikipedia - Anna ChromM-CM-= -- Czech painter and sculptor
Wikipedia - Anna (dog) -- Dog that was the first survivor of pulmonary bypass surgery
Wikipedia - Anna Eliza Hardy -- American painter
Wikipedia - Anna Eliza Jenkins -- American mycologist and plant pathologist
Wikipedia - Anna Ella Carroll -- American politician, pamphleteer, lobbyist (1815-1894)
Wikipedia - Anna Erika Pakkala -- Finnish artistic gymnast
Wikipedia - Anna Fontcuberta i Morral -- Spanish physicist and materials scientist
Wikipedia - Anna Fussli -- Swiss painter
Wikipedia - Anna Gabriel i Sabate -- Spanish politician
Wikipedia - Anna Gonsalves Paes de Azevedo -- Brazil plantation owner
Wikipedia - Anna Grimaldi -- New Zealand Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Anna Hammar-Rosen -- Swedish newspaper editor
Wikipedia - Anna Hubler -- German pair skater
Wikipedia - Annai Poopathy -- Sri Lankan activist (1932-1988)
Wikipedia - Anna Ishibashi -- Japanese model and actress
Wikipedia - Annaiyum Pithavum -- 1969 film by Krishnan-Panju
Wikipedia - Anna Jean Ayres -- American Occupational Therapist and Educational Psychologist
Wikipedia - Anna Kaniuk -- Belarusian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Annaka Station -- Railway station in Annaka, Gunma Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Anna Kleman -- Swedish women's rights activist and pacifist
Wikipedia - Anna Kulinich-Sorokina -- Russian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Anna Larrucea -- Spanish Filipina actress
Wikipedia - Annalisa Pastore -- Italian chemist and biologist
Wikipedia - Annalise Braakensiek -- Australian model, actress, television presenter, businesswoman and campaign ambassador
Wikipedia - Annals of the Parish
Wikipedia - Anna Margarethe Geiger -- German painter
Wikipedia - Anna Maria Anguissola -- Italian painter (c. 1555 - c. 1611)
Wikipedia - Anna Maria College -- Private Catholic liberal arts college in Paxton, Massachusetts
Wikipedia - Anna Maria Enriques Agnoletti -- Italian partisan
Wikipedia - Anna Maria Janer Anglarill -- Spanish nun
Wikipedia - Anna Maria Luisa de' Medici -- Wife of Johann Wilhelm Palatine Elector
Wikipedia - Anna-Maria Papaharalambous -- Greek actress
Wikipedia - Anna Maria Toso -- Italian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Anna Maria Werner -- German painter
Wikipedia - Anna May-Rychter -- German painter, watercolourist (1864-1955)
Wikipedia - Anna Mela-Papadopoulou -- Greek nurse
Wikipedia - Anna Menconi -- Italian Paralympic archer
Wikipedia - Annamie Paul -- Leader of the Green Party of Canada
Wikipedia - Anna Milenina -- Russian Paralympic biathlete
Wikipedia - Ann and H.J. Smead Department of Aerospace Engineering Sciences -- Department within the College of Engineering & Applied Science at the University of Colorado Boulder
Wikipedia - Anna of Austria, Queen of Spain
Wikipedia - Anna Ohmiya -- Japanese curler
Wikipedia - Anna O. Shepard -- American Archaeologist
Wikipedia - Anna Page Scott -- American artist
Wikipedia - Anna Pak Agi
Wikipedia - Anna Palaiologina (daughter of Michael IX) -- Princess
Wikipedia - Anna Palm de Rosa -- Swedish artist
Wikipedia - Anna Paluch -- Polish politician
Wikipedia - Anna Pammrova -- Czech philosopher
Wikipedia - Anna Pankratova -- Soviet historian
Wikipedia - Anna Panorska -- Polish mathematician
Wikipedia - Anna Pappritz -- German Women's rights activist and abolitionist (prostitution)
Wikipedia - Anna Paquin -- Canadian-born New Zealand actress
Wikipedia - Anna Passey -- English actress
Wikipedia - Anna Patterson -- Software engineer
Wikipedia - Anna Paues -- Swedish philologist
Wikipedia - Anna Pavlova (film) -- 1983 biographical film directed by Emil Loteanu
Wikipedia - Anna Pavlovna of Russia
Wikipedia - Anna Payr -- Hungarian sailor
Wikipedia - Anna Petersen -- Danish painter (1845-1910)
Wikipedia - Anna Petrus -- Spanish sculptor and designer
Wikipedia - Anna Pujol Puigvehi -- Spanish archaeologist and historian
Wikipedia - Annapurna III -- Mountain in Nepal
Wikipedia - Annapurna Labs -- Israel-based microelectronics company
Wikipedia - Annapurna Massif -- Himalayan mountain range in north-central Nepal
Wikipedia - Annapurna Pictures -- American independent film company
Wikipedia - Anna Risi -- Italian painting model. Muse and mistress of painter Anselm Feuerbach
Wikipedia - Anna Sahlsten -- Finnish painter
Wikipedia - Anna Shepard
Wikipedia - Annastacia Palaszczuk -- Australian politician
Wikipedia - Anna Szymul -- Polish Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Anna Tavano -- French Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Anna Tonelli -- Italian portrait painter
Wikipedia - Anna Traveset -- Spanish ecologist
Wikipedia - Anna Trener-Wierciak -- Polish Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Anna Turley -- British Labour Co-op politician, Chair of the Co-operative Party
Wikipedia - Anna Vernikov -- American-Israeli pair skater
Wikipedia - Anna von Palen -- German actress
Wikipedia - Anna Waser -- Swiss painter
Wikipedia - Anna Wengberg -- Swedish painter
Wikipedia - Anna Zinkeisen -- Scottish painter
Wikipedia - Ann Bishop (biologist) -- British biologist - protozoologist and parasitologist
Wikipedia - Ann Cathrin Lubbe -- Norwegian Paralympic equestrian
Wikipedia - Ann Charlotte Bartholomew -- English flower and miniature painter, and author
Wikipedia - Ann Cody -- American Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Ann C. Palmenberg -- American biochemist
Wikipedia - Ann Craven -- American painter
Wikipedia - Anne and Jehanne -- 1894 painting by Laura Leroux-Revault
Wikipedia - Annebel van der Knijff -- Spanish canoeist
Wikipedia - Anne Bonnet -- Belgian painter
Wikipedia - Anne Carleton -- American painter, 1878-1968
Wikipedia - Anne Dambricourt-Malasse -- French paleoanthropologist
Wikipedia - Anne Dangar -- Australian painter and potter
Wikipedia - Anne Daubenspeck-Focke -- German sculptor and painter
Wikipedia - Anne Dickins -- British paracanoeist
Wikipedia - Anne Donnelly -- Irish painter
Wikipedia - Anne Dunham -- British para-equestrian
Wikipedia - Anne Ferris -- Irish Labour Party politician
Wikipedia - Anne Finlay -- Scottish painter (1898-1963)
Wikipedia - Anne Floriet -- French Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Anne Glover (biologist) -- Scottish biologist, Vice Principal at University of Aberdeen
Wikipedia - Anne Glover (venture capitalist) -- CEO and co-founder of Amadeus Capital Partners
Wikipedia - Anne Hidalgo -- 14th Mayor of Paris
Wikipedia - Annely Ojastu -- Estonian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Anne-Marie Comparini -- French politician
Wikipedia - Anne Marie Palli -- French professional golfer
Wikipedia - Annemarie Pawlik -- Austrian politician
Wikipedia - Anne Marie Telmanyi -- Danish painter and writer
Wikipedia - Annemarie, the Bride of the Company -- 1932 film
Wikipedia - Annemiek Padt-Jansen -- Dutch harpist and politician
Wikipedia - Anne Norton -- American professor of political science and comparative literature
Wikipedia - Anne Parrish -- American writer
Wikipedia - Anne Parsons, Countess of Rosse -- British socialite
Wikipedia - Anne Patrizio -- Scottish activist
Wikipedia - Anne Pierre de Kat -- Belgian painter
Wikipedia - Anne Spang -- German biochemist, cell biologist, and professor
Wikipedia - Annette Bezor -- Australian painter (1950-2020)
Wikipedia - Annette in Paradise -- 1934 film
Wikipedia - Annette Paul -- New Zealand Salvation Army officer
Wikipedia - Annette Potempa -- German gymnast
Wikipedia - Annette Roozen -- Dutch Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Anne Vallayer-Coster -- French painter
Wikipedia - Anne Walker (artist) -- American painter and printmaker
Wikipedia - Anne Watanabe -- Japanese actress, singer and model
Wikipedia - Anne W. Patterson -- United States Department of State official and diplomat
Wikipedia - Anne Yeats -- Irish painter
Wikipedia - Ann Farrell -- Canadian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Ann-Gael de Saint -- Belgian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Annibale Angelini -- Italian painter and scenographer
Wikipedia - Annibale Brugnoli -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Annibale Castelli -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Annibale de Gasparis -- Italian astronomer
Wikipedia - Annibale Gatti -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Annicka Engblom -- Swedish politician of the Moderate Party
Wikipedia - Annie Ali Khan -- Pakistani journalist and author
Wikipedia - Annie Belis -- French archaeologist, philologist, papyrologist and musician
Wikipedia - Annie-B Parson -- American choreographer
Wikipedia - Annie Christitch -- Serbian patriot and journalist
Wikipedia - Annie Palmen -- Dutch singer
Wikipedia - Annie Palmer -- Fictional character from BBC soap opera EastEnders
Wikipedia - Annie Pankowski -- American ice hockey forward
Wikipedia - Annie Peavy -- American Paralympic dressage rider
Wikipedia - Annie Roycroft -- IrelandM-bM-^@M-^Ys first female newspaper editor
Wikipedia - Annie's Homegrown -- Food company based in California
Wikipedia - Annihilation (comics) -- Crossover storyline published by Marvel Comics, highlighting several outer space-related characters in the Marvel Universe
Wikipedia - Annika Hocke -- German pair skater
Wikipedia - Ann Inc. -- American clothing company
Wikipedia - Anni Paspati -- Greek actress
Wikipedia - Anni Savolainen-Tapaninen -- Finnish politician
Wikipedia - Annise Parker -- American politician
Wikipedia - Anniversary -- Day that commemorates or celebrates a past event that occurred on the same day of the year or time of the year
Wikipedia - An Ni -- Chinese pair skater
Wikipedia - Ann Karagozian -- American aerospace engineer
Wikipedia - Ann Kirkpatrick -- U.S. Representative from Arizona
Wikipedia - Ann Kocsis -- American still-life painter
Wikipedia - Ann Lewis (musician) -- Japanese singer (born 1956)
Wikipedia - Ann McKee -- American Neuropathologist
Wikipedia - Ann Mercy Hunt -- (1938-2014), medical researcher and campaigner
Wikipedia - Ann Mooney -- Papua New Guinean athlete
Wikipedia - Ann Nelson -- American particle physicist
Wikipedia - Annona paludosa -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Annora Bourgeault -- Canadian and Beauty Pageant Titleholder
Wikipedia - Ann Patchett -- American novelist and memoirist (born 1963)
Wikipedia - Ann Patricia Bowling -- British and Irish sociologist
Wikipedia - Ann Smith Franklin -- American colonial newspaper printer and publisher
Wikipedia - Ann Thomson -- Australian painter and sculptor
Wikipedia - Annunciation (Cima da Conegliano) -- 1495 painting by Cima da Conegliano
Wikipedia - Annunciation (Memling) -- Oil-on-oak panel painting by Hans Memling
Wikipedia - Annunciation (Moretto) -- Painting by Moretto da Brescia
Wikipedia - Annunciation (Signorelli) -- Painting by Luca Signorelli in Volterra
Wikipedia - Annunciation (Uccello) -- c. 1425 painting by Paolo Uccello
Wikipedia - Annunciation (Veronese, Uffizi) -- Painting by Paolo Veronese
Wikipedia - Annunciator panel
Wikipedia - Annupamaa -- Indian playback singer from Tamil Nadu
Wikipedia - Annus Mirabilis papers -- Papers of Albert Einstein published in the scientific journal Annalen der Physik in 1905
Wikipedia - Annutteliga Hammock -- Park and preserve in Florida, United States
Wikipedia - Annweiler am Trifels (Verbandsgemeinde) -- Verbandsgemeinde in Rhineland-Palatinate
Wikipedia - Anny Cazenave -- French space geodesist
Wikipedia - Ann Yoshida -- American paracanoeist
Wikipedia - An Objectively Impartial Criticism of the Life of Man
Wikipedia - Anochetus pangens -- Species of ant
Wikipedia - Anochetus pattersoni -- Species of ant
Wikipedia - Anocracy -- Form of government loosely defined as part democracy and part autocracy
Wikipedia - Anodizing -- Electrolytic passivation process used to increase the thickness of the natural oxide layer on the surface of metal parts
Wikipedia - Anodot -- US Business analytics company
Wikipedia - Anodyne -- Historical term for a pain-killing drug
Wikipedia - Anoeta -- Human settlement in Tolosaldea, Gipuzkoa, Basque Country, Spain
Wikipedia - Anoh Station -- Railway station in TM-EM-^Min, Mie Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - A Noiseless Patient Spider -- Poem by Walter Whitman
Wikipedia - An Olive Grove Facing the Sea -- 2009 single by Snow Patrol
Wikipedia - Anoma Wijewardene -- Sri Lankan painter
Wikipedia - Anon Nampa -- Thai human rights activist, lawyer and political activist
Wikipedia - Anonymous (Stray from the Path album) -- Stray from the Path album
Wikipedia - Anoosh Masood Chaudhry -- | Pakistani female police officer
Wikipedia - Anopheles atroparvus -- Palearctic mosquito species
Wikipedia - Anoplodrepanus -- Genus of beetles
Wikipedia - Anosognosia -- Unawareness of one's own illness, symptoms or impairments
Wikipedia - Another Day in Paradise -- 1989 single by Phil Collins
Wikipedia - Another Europe Is Possible -- European Union reform political campaigning group
Wikipedia - Another Part of the Forest (film) -- 1948 film by Michael Gordon
Wikipedia - Another Part of the Forest -- Play written by Lillian Hellman
Wikipedia - Anoushay Abbasi -- Pakistani actress
Wikipedia - Anoushey Ashraf -- Pakistani VJ and actress
Wikipedia - Anoushirvan Sepahbodi -- Iranian politician and diplomat
Wikipedia - Anovelo da Imbonate -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Anoxic event -- Intervals in the Earth's past where parts of oceans were depleted of oxygen at depth over a large geographic area
Wikipedia - Anpadh -- 1962 film
Wikipedia - A. N. Palmer Centre for Local Studies and Archives -- Holds the archives for the town of Wrexham
Wikipedia - Anpanman
Wikipedia - Anpan
Wikipedia - Anpartsselskab -- Danish form of a Limited Liability Company
Wikipedia - An Phoblacht -- Irish republican newspaper published by Sinn Fein
Wikipedia - Anri Okamoto -- Japanese fashion model and actress
Wikipedia - Anri Okita -- Japanese actress, singer-songwriter and former pornographic actress
Wikipedia - Anri Sakaguchi -- Japanese variety entertainer
Wikipedia - Anropar forsvunnen -- 2000 song by Hanna Hedlund
Wikipedia - Anrune Liebenberg -- South African Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Ansano di Andrea di Bartolo -- Italian painter (1421-1491)
Wikipedia - Ansar Majeed Khan Niazi -- Pakistani politician
Wikipedia - Ans Bouwmeester -- Dutch Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Anschutz Entertainment Group -- American company
Wikipedia - Ansco -- American photographic company
Wikipedia - Anselme Payen -- French chemist
Wikipedia - Anselm Feuerbach -- German painter
Wikipedia - Anselm Kiefer -- German painter and sculptor
Wikipedia - Anselmo Gianfanti -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Anshelm Schultzberg -- Swedish painter
Wikipedia - Anshu Jamsenpa -- Indian mountaineer
Wikipedia - Anshun-Liupanshui intercity railway -- High speed rail line in China
Wikipedia - Ansible -- Fictional machine capable of instantaneous or superluminal communication
Wikipedia - Anson Archipelago -- Phantom islands in the North Pacific.
Wikipedia - Anston -- Civil parish in South Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Answer to History -- 1980 memoir by Mohammad Reza Pahlavi
Wikipedia - Ans Wortel -- Dutch painter, poet and writer
Wikipedia - Ansys -- American technology company
Wikipedia - Antal Berkes -- Hungarian painter
Wikipedia - Antal Lippay -- Hungarian hurdler
Wikipedia - Antal Pager (actor) -- Hungarian actor
Wikipedia - Antal Pager (canoeist) -- Hungarian canoeist
Wikipedia - Antal Papp -- Hungarian Eastern Catholic priest
Wikipedia - Antanas JaroM-EM-!eviM-DM-^Mius -- Lithuanian painter
Wikipedia - Antara Senior Living -- Indian healthcare company
Wikipedia - Antarctic-Phoenix Ridge -- An ancient mid-ocean ridge between the Phoenix and Pacific plates
Wikipedia - Antarctic Research Centre -- Research department in New Zealand
Wikipedia - Antarctophthirus microchir -- A parasite
Wikipedia - Antardhan -- 1992 Indian Bengali-language thriller drama film directed by Tapan Sinha
Wikipedia - Antaroma Station -- Railway station in Aibetsu, Hokkaido, Japan
Wikipedia - Antbird -- passerine bird family found across subtropical and tropical Central and South America
Wikipedia - Ante Bakotic -- Croatian Partisan
Wikipedia - Antel Arena -- A multipurpose indoor arena in Villa EspaM-CM-1ola, Montevideo, Uruguay
Wikipedia - Antelope County News -- American weekly newspaper in Nebraska
Wikipedia - Antelope Hills expedition -- 1858 military campaign of the Texas Rangers against the Comanche and Kiowa peoples
Wikipedia - Antelope Valley Mall -- Shopping mall in Palmdale, California
Wikipedia - Antena 3 Noticias -- Spanish news brand
Wikipedia - Antena 3 (Spanish TV channel) -- Private Spanish generalist television network
Wikipedia - Antena de Oro -- Spanish TV awards
Wikipedia - Ante Pavlovic (chiropractor) -- Croatian chiropractor
Wikipedia - Anterior compartment of leg -- Part of the Fascial compartments of leg
Wikipedia - Anterior compartment of thigh -- Muscles which extend the knee and flex the hip
Wikipedia - Anterior intermuscular septum of leg -- A band of fascia which separates the lateral from the anterior compartment of leg
Wikipedia - Antero Paljakka -- Finnish shot putter
Wikipedia - Antero Resources -- American energy company
Wikipedia - Antes de morirme -- Song by Spanish artist C. Tangana and Rosalia
Wikipedia - Antes (people) -- Early Slavic people inhabiting parts of Eastern Europe in the Early Middle Ages
Wikipedia - Ante Zupanovic -- Croatian politician
Wikipedia - Ant Group -- Chinese payment company
Wikipedia - Anthelmintic -- Antiparasitic drugs that expel parasitic worms (helminths) from the body
Wikipedia - Anthem (company) -- American healthcare company
Wikipedia - Anthemosoma -- Genus of parasitic protists in the apicomplex phylum
Wikipedia - Anthem Sports & Entertainment -- Broadcasting and production company based in Toronto, Ontario
Wikipedia - Anthemus of Jerusalem -- Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Jerusalem
Wikipedia - Antheridium -- Part of a plant producing and containing male gametes
Wikipedia - Anthi Karagianni -- Greek paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Anthology of the Patriarchal Hall
Wikipedia - Anthonore Christensen -- Danish flower painter
Wikipedia - Anthony Ashley Cooper, 1st Earl of Shaftesbury -- English politician and founder of the Whig party (1621-1683)
Wikipedia - Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown -- American television series
Wikipedia - Anthony Brown -- Disambiguation page
Wikipedia - Anthony Chiappone -- American Democratic Party politician
Wikipedia - Anthony Chute -- English poet and pamphleteer
Wikipedia - Anthony Costello -- British paediatrician
Wikipedia - Anthony Cudahy -- American painter
Wikipedia - Anthony F. DePalma -- American orthopedic surgeon, humanitarian, and teacher
Wikipedia - Anthony Green (painter) -- British painter
Wikipedia - Anthony Hamilton (athlete) -- British Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Anthony Holles (figure skater) -- British pair skater
Wikipedia - Anthony J. Pawson
Wikipedia - Anthony LaPaglia -- Australian actor
Wikipedia - Anthony Mascarenhas -- Pakistani journalist
Wikipedia - Anthony M. Bucco -- American Republican Party politician
Wikipedia - Anthony of Padua (film)
Wikipedia - Anthony of Padua -- Franciscan friar and Doctor of the Church
Wikipedia - Anthony Painter -- Australian professional golfer
Wikipedia - Anthony Palfreman -- English cricketer and cricket administrator
Wikipedia - Anthony Palmer (British Army officer) -- soldier
Wikipedia - Anthony Panizzi
Wikipedia - Anthony Parsons -- British diplomat
Wikipedia - Anthony Pateras -- Australian composer
Wikipedia - Anthony Paul Kelly -- American screenwriter
Wikipedia - Anthony Pawson
Wikipedia - Anthony Peddle -- British Paralympic weightlifter
Wikipedia - Anthony Quinn -- Mexican-American actor, painter, writer and film director (1915-2001)
Wikipedia - Anthony Radetic -- American paraplegic athlete (born 1979)
Wikipedia - Anthony Ray Parker -- American actor
Wikipedia - Anthony Robbins (NIOSH director) -- Occupational health and safety expert
Wikipedia - Anthony Sparrow
Wikipedia - Anthony Ulonnam -- Nigerian Paralympic powerlifter
Wikipedia - Anthracite -- A hard, compact variety of coal that has a submetallic luster
Wikipedia - Anthropic principle -- Philosophical premise that all scientific observations presuppose a universe compatible with the emergence of sentient organisms that make those observations
Wikipedia - Anthropopithecus -- Obsolete taxa describing chimpanzees or [[archaic human]]s
Wikipedia - Anthroposphere -- The part of the environment that is made or modified by humans for use in human activities and human habitat
Wikipedia - Anti-Administration party
Wikipedia - Anti-Apartheid Movement
Wikipedia - Anti-apartheid movement
Wikipedia - Anti Avsan -- Swedish politician of the Moderate Party
Wikipedia - Anti-Bin Tax Campaign
Wikipedia - Anticapitalist Left (Italy) -- Italian political party
Wikipedia - Anti-Chinese sentiment in Japan -- Description and history of anti-Chinese sentiments in Japan
Wikipedia - Anticipate Recordings -- American independent record label
Wikipedia - Anticipation (emotion)
Wikipedia - Anticipation (song) -- Song by Carly Simon
Wikipedia - Anticipation -- Emotion involving pleasure or anxiety in considering or awaiting an expected event
Wikipedia - Anticipatory anxiety
Wikipedia - Anticipatory repudiation
Wikipedia - Anticipatory Systems; Philosophical, Mathematical, and Methodological Foundations
Wikipedia - Anticipatory system
Wikipedia - Anticollix sparsata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anti-Comintern Pact -- Anti-Communist pact concluded between Nazi Germany and the Empire of Japan in 1936
Wikipedia - Anti-Communist Unification Party -- Former political party in Guatemala
Wikipedia - Anti-cosmopolitan campaign -- Thinly disguised antisemitic campaign in the Soviet Union and Eastern Bloc, 1948-1953
Wikipedia - Anti-de Sitter space
Wikipedia - Anti-discrimination law -- Legislation designed to prevent discrimination against particular groups of people
Wikipedia - Anti-Federalist Papers -- Essays by American founding fathers opposed to the federal constitution
Wikipedia - Antiferromagnetism -- A regular pattern of magnetic moment ordering
Wikipedia - Anti-flash white -- Paint designed to reflect some of the thermal radiation from a nuclear explosion
Wikipedia - Antiguo Cuartel Militar EspaM-CM-1ol de Ponce -- Historic building in Ponce, Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Antiguo Hospital Militar EspaM-CM-1ol de Ponce -- Historic former hospital in Ponce, Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Anti-Hispanic sentiment
Wikipedia - Anti-Japanese sentiment in Korea -- Anti-Japanese sentiment in Korea
Wikipedia - Anti-Japanese sentiment -- hatred or fear of anything Japanese
Wikipedia - Anti-Japanism
Wikipedia - Anti-Japan Tribalism -- A book
Wikipedia - Anti-Judaism -- Total or partial opposition to Judaism
Wikipedia - Antillean palm swift -- Species of bird
Wikipedia - Antilles Current -- A highly variable surface ocean current of warm water that flows northeasterly past the island chain that separates the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean
Wikipedia - Anti-Masonic Party -- American political party
Wikipedia - Antimatter -- Material composed of antiparticles of the corresponding particles of ordinary matter
Wikipedia - Antimenes Painter -- Ancient Greek vase painter
Wikipedia - Anti-Monopoly Party -- Political party in the United States
Wikipedia - Anti-Nazi League -- UK-based anti-fascist group set up by the Socialist Workers Party
Wikipedia - Antinomy -- Real or apparent mutual incompatibility of two laws
Wikipedia - Antiochus V Eupator
Wikipedia - Anti-Pakistani sentiment
Wikipedia - Anti-Pakistan sentiment
Wikipedia - Antiparasitic
Wikipedia - Antiparticle -- Small localized object; a rare type of matter
Wikipedia - Anti-Pashtun sentiment
Wikipedia - Antipas of Pergamum
Wikipedia - Antipassive voice -- A type of grammatical voice
Wikipedia - Antipater of Bostra -- 5th-century Greek prelate
Wikipedia - Antipater of Cyrene
Wikipedia - Antipater of Sidon
Wikipedia - Antipater of Tarsus
Wikipedia - Antipater of Thessalonica
Wikipedia - Antipater of Tyre
Wikipedia - Antipater the Idumaean -- 1st century BCE King of Judea
Wikipedia - Antipater -- Macedonian general
Wikipedia - Antipathy
Wikipedia - Antipatitis
Wikipedia - Anti-patriotism
Wikipedia - Antipatris
Wikipedia - Anti-pattern
Wikipedia - Antipope Paschal III
Wikipedia - Antipope Paschal
Wikipedia - Anti-PowerPoint Party -- | Swiss political party
Wikipedia - Antiprohibitionists on Drugs -- Defunct liberal Italian political party
Wikipedia - Anti-Qing sentiment -- A sentiment principally held in China against Manchu rule during the Qing dynasty
Wikipedia - Antiquarian -- Specialist or aficionado of antiquities or things of the past
Wikipedia - Anti-religious campaign during the Russian Civil War -- Religious repression in Russia from 1917 to 1922
Wikipedia - Antireligious campaigns in China -- State-sponsored campaigns against religion in the People's Republic of China
Wikipedia - Anti-Rightist Campaign -- Chinese political campaign under Mao Zedong
Wikipedia - Antiscopa -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Anti-Semite and Jew -- 1946 book by Jean-Paul Sartre
Wikipedia - Antisemitism in Spain
Wikipedia - Antisemitism in the UK Labour Party -- Allegations of antisemitism
Wikipedia - Anti-siphoning laws in Australia -- Laws to prevent pay-TV monopoly over broadcasting significant sporting events
Wikipedia - Anti-siphoning law -- Law to prevent pay-TV monopoly over broadcasting culturally significant events
Wikipedia - Anti-smoking campaign
Wikipedia - Antisocial personality disorder -- Personality disorder characterized by a long-term pattern of disregard for, or violation of, the rights of others
Wikipedia - Anti-Soviet propaganda
Wikipedia - Anti-Spam SMTP Proxy
Wikipedia - Anti-spam techniques
Wikipedia - Antispasmodic -- Class of medications
Wikipedia - Anti-Submarine Division (Royal Navy) -- Former division of the Admiralty Department
Wikipedia - Antisuyu -- Part of a territory which formed the Inca Empire
Wikipedia - Anti-sweatshop movement -- Campaigns to improve the conditions of workers in abusive workplaces
Wikipedia - Anti-Terrorism Act 2005 -- Counter-terrorism Act of the Parliament of Australia in 2005
Wikipedia - Antitheseis -- 2005 single by Elena Paparizou
Wikipedia - AntM-CM-2nia Adroher i Pascual -- Spanish educationist and politician
Wikipedia - Ant McPartlin -- English television presenter, producer and actor
Wikipedia - Anto Carte -- Belgian painter
Wikipedia - Antoine-Alphonse Montfort -- French painter
Wikipedia - Antoine Bouzonnet-Stella -- French painter
Wikipedia - Antoine-Claude Fleury -- French painter
Wikipedia - Antoine de Paris -- |hairdresser
Wikipedia - Antoine de Pas de Feuquieres -- French writer and military general (1648-1711)
Wikipedia - Antoine de Paule -- 56th Grand Master of the Knights Hospitaller
Wikipedia - Antoine Dorsaz -- Swiss pair skater
Wikipedia - Antoine Dumas -- Canadian painter
Wikipedia - Antoine Louis Francois Sergent dit Sergent-Marceau -- French printmaker and painter
Wikipedia - Antoine Parent -- French mathematician
Wikipedia - Antoine Payen (animator) -- French animator
Wikipedia - Antoine Payen the Elder -- Belgian architect and army engineers officer
Wikipedia - Antoine Perel -- French Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Antoinette Spaak -- Belgian politician
Wikipedia - Antoine Watteau -- French painter
Wikipedia - Antolin de Santiago -- Spanish politician
Wikipedia - Antolin Sanchez -- Spanish politician
Wikipedia - AntoM-CM-1ita Colome -- Spanish actress
Wikipedia - Anto M-DM-^Papic -- Croatian politician
Wikipedia - Anton Altmann -- Austrian painter
Wikipedia - Anton Braith -- German painter
Wikipedia - Anton dela Paz -- Filipino actor
Wikipedia - Anton Domenico Bamberini -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Antonella Palmisano -- Italian racewalker
Wikipedia - Antonella Spaggiari -- Italian politician
Wikipedia - Antonello da Messina -- 15th-century Italian painter
Wikipedia - Antonello Spadafora -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Antoneta Papapavli -- Albanian actress
Wikipedia - Anton Flavel -- Australian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Anton Garrote -- Spanish sailor
Wikipedia - Anton Georg Zwengauer -- German painter
Wikipedia - Anton Gogiashvili -- 20th-century Georgian painter
Wikipedia - Anton Goubau -- Flemish Baroque painter
Wikipedia - Anton Hansch -- Austrian painter
Wikipedia - Anton Hansen -- Danish cartoonist and painter
Wikipedia - Anton Hirschig -- Dutch painter
Wikipedia - Antonia Balek -- Croatian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Antonia Garcia de Videgain -- Spanish singer and actress
Wikipedia - Antonia Matos -- Guatemalan painter
Wikipedia - Antonia Pantoja -- Puerto Rican educator
Wikipedia - Antonia Parvanova -- Bulgarian politician
Wikipedia - Antonia San Juan -- Spanish actress, director and screenwriter
Wikipedia - Antoni Bonet i Castellana -- Spanish architect
Wikipedia - Antoni Bou -- Spanish motorcycle racer
Wikipedia - Antoni Egea -- Spanish artist
Wikipedia - Antonie Pannekoek
Wikipedia - Antonieta Figueroa -- Mexican painter
Wikipedia - Antonietta Paoli Pogliani -- Italian sculptor
Wikipedia - Antoni Gaudi -- Spanish architect
Wikipedia - Antoni Kozakiewicz -- Polish painter
Wikipedia - Antoni Kraszewski -- Polish politician and parliamentarian
Wikipedia - Antoni Morell Mora -- Spanish writer
Wikipedia - Antonin Chittussi -- Czech painter
Wikipedia - Antonin HudeM-DM-^Mek -- Czech painter
Wikipedia - Antonin Landa -- Czech painter
Wikipedia - Antonin Langweil -- Bohemian lithographer, librarian, painter, and model maker
Wikipedia - Antonin Machek -- Czech painter
Wikipedia - Antonin Manes -- Czech painter and draftsman
Wikipedia - Antonino Calcagnadoro -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Antonino Gandolfo -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Antonino Grano -- Italian painter and engraver
Wikipedia - Antonino Parrinello -- Italian bicycle racer
Wikipedia - Antonino Salinas Regional Archeological Museum -- Archaeological Museum in Palermo, Italy
Wikipedia - Antonin Prochazka (painter) -- Czech artist
Wikipedia - Antonio Alcala Venceslada -- Spanish writer, poet
Wikipedia - Antonio Aleotti -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Antonio Alice -- Argentine painter
Wikipedia - Antonio Andujar -- Spanish Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Antonio Aparisi Guijarro
Wikipedia - Antonio Arbiol y Diez -- Spanish franciscan and writer
Wikipedia - Antonio Arnaiz-Villena -- Spanish immunologist
Wikipedia - Antonio Asis -- Argentine painter, an exponent of Op Art
Wikipedia - Antonio Augusto Soares de Passos -- Portuguese writer
Wikipedia - Antonio AvendaM-CM-1o y Paz -- Spanish Roman Catholic prelate
Wikipedia - Antonio Bacci (painter) -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Antonio Bachour -- American pastry chef
Wikipedia - Antonio Baldi -- Italian painter and engraver
Wikipedia - Antonio Bamboccio -- Italian painter and sculptor
Wikipedia - Antonio BaM-CM-1os (athlete) -- Spanish athlete
Wikipedia - Antonio Baruffaldi -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Antonio Bassi -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Antonio Beduschi -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Antonio Bells -- Palauan politician
Wikipedia - Antonio Bernieri -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Antonio Bisquert -- Spanish painter
Wikipedia - Antonio Blanco Freijeiro -- Spanish archaeologist and historian
Wikipedia - Antonio Blazquez y Delgado-Aguilera -- Spanish geographer, historian and bibliographer
Wikipedia - Antonio Bonet Correa -- Spanish art historian
Wikipedia - Antonio Bonetti -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Antonio Bonilla -- Spanish sport shooter
Wikipedia - Antonio Bordon -- Paraguayan handball coach
Wikipedia - Antonio Bottazzi -- An Italian painter
Wikipedia - Antonio Brugada -- Spanish painter
Wikipedia - Antonio Bueno -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Antonio Buonfigli -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport -- Airport in Guam
Wikipedia - Antonio Cabral Bejarano -- 19th-century Spanish painter
Wikipedia - Antonio Camacho Vizcaino -- Spanish politician
Wikipedia - Antonio Campos (athlete) -- Spanish athlete
Wikipedia - Antonio Canepa -- Italian politician
Wikipedia - Antonio Carlos Barrios Fernandez -- Paraguayan physician and politician
Wikipedia - Antonio Carro Martinez -- Spanish politician
Wikipedia - Antonio Casal -- Spanish actor
Wikipedia - Antonio Castellanos Mata -- Spanish physicist
Wikipedia - Antonio Castillo Lastrucci -- Spanish sculptor
Wikipedia - Antonio Champalimaud -- Portuguese banker and businessman
Wikipedia - Antonio Cid Cortes -- Spanish boccia player
Wikipedia - Antonio Claudio M-CM-^Alvarez de QuiM-CM-1ones -- Spanish-born prelate of the Roman Catholic Church
Wikipedia - Antonio Clopatofsky -- Colombian sports shooter
Wikipedia - Antonio Colinas -- Spanish writer and intellectual
Wikipedia - Antonio Corpora -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Antonio Corton -- Spanish journalist and literary critic (1854-1913)
Wikipedia - Antonio Costa (painter) -- Italian painter (1847-1915)
Wikipedia - Antonio Creus -- Spanish motorcycle racer
Wikipedia - Antonio da Correggio -- Italian painter of the Parma school of the Italian Renaissance (1489-1534)
Wikipedia - Antonio Da Passano -- Doge of the Republic of Genoa and king of Corsica
Wikipedia - Antonio de Arfian -- Spanish painter
Wikipedia - Antonio de Benavides y Bazan -- 17th-century Roman Catholic patriarch
Wikipedia - Antonio de Berrio -- Spanish colonial governor
Wikipedia - Antonio de Castro y Casaleiz -- Spanish politician and diplomat
Wikipedia - Antonio de Lanchares -- Spanish painter
Wikipedia - Antonio Delfino de Souza -- Brazilian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Antonio Delgado Palomo -- Spanish Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Antonio della Cornia -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Antonio de Montesinos -- 16th-century Spanish Catholic friar and missionary
Wikipedia - Antonio de Obregon -- Spanish writer and film director
Wikipedia - Antonio de Olivares -- Spanish franciscan
Wikipedia - Antonio de Oquendo -- Spanish admiral
Wikipedia - Antonio de Pereda -- Spanish artist (1611-1678)
Wikipedia - Antonio de Tort -- Spanish diver
Wikipedia - Antonio de Vea expedition -- Spanish expedition to Patagonia, 1675-1676
Wikipedia - Antonio Diziani -- Italian painter
Wikipedia - Antonio Eceiza -- Spanish film director
Wikipedia - Antonio Ejarque Pina -- Spanish trade unionist
Wikipedia - Antonio Elenetti -- Italian painter
<