|Radio DeeJay: Radio DeeJay is a Italian private radio station, was founded on February 1, 1982 and was owned by the La Repubblica/L'espresso Group in the 1989.|
|Apple II series: Later, Apple IIs were able to use 3½-inch disks with a total capacity of 800 kB and hard disks. DOS 3.3 did not support these drives natively; third-party software was required, and disks larger than about 400 kB had to be split up into multiple "virtual disk volumes." ProDOS, a 1983 descendent of the Apple ///'s SOS, became the Apple II operating system of choice for users with these larger disks thanks to its native support of volumes up to 32 MB in size and the fact that AppleWorks required it.|
|Belgrave Rail Trail: The start of the Birds Land Reserve to Lysterfield Park Trail starts near the Belgrave Rail Trail. Leave the trail at Tecoma railway station and head south down McNicol Rd, arriving at the reserve 2.5 km later. Alternatively leave from Belgrave railway station and head south, down the Belgrave-Hallam Rd. Turn right (west) at Kaola St. 600 m later cross the very small reserve to Apsley Rd. Continue down Apsley Rd and turn left at McNicol Rd, cross the bridge and arrive at Birds Land reserve. 3 km all up.|
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|Izvoru Mare River (Murguşa): The Izvoru Mare River is a tributary of the Murguşa River in Romania.|
|Chatham University Arboretum: The American Association of Botanical Gardens and Arboreta is the association for North American public gardens and their professional staff. Its mission is to serve and strengthen public gardens by supporting their work, value, and achievements in horticultural display, education, research, and plant conservation.|
|Division No. 21, Manitoba: Community Profile: Census Division No. 21, Manitoba; Statistics Canada|
|Toledo Window Box: Toledo Window Box is a type of marijuana that Carlin said that a man once offered him - an antithesis to pot names like "Acapulco Gold" and "Colombian Red." This was Carlin's fourth and so far final gold album.|
|Swiss comics titles: Wikipedia does not have a category with this exact name. Please browse the existing categories to check if the category is covered under another name.|
|Electoral district of Maldon: The Electoral district of Maldon was an electoral district of the Victorian Legislative Assembly.|
|Blue John Cavern: Blue John is a blue/purple and white/yellow banded variety of fluorite which locals will tell you is found nowhere else in the world other than this cave and the nearby Treak Cliff Cavern. However, blue fluorite occurs widely throughout Derbyshire and especially in the Ashover and Crich areas. It also occurs where other fluorspar deposits have been mined and so may be found in County Durham (especially Weardale), Cornwall and Wales as well as throughout the world. Indeed, similar banded blue and white/yellow fluorite is now being imported into the UK from China and sold as coming from Castleton. Other deposits of banded blue fluorite occur in Nevada (in the USA) and Southern Iran. The Iranian blue-and-yellow-banded fluorspar has turned up in Roman grave-goods (e.g.as two cups near the Turkish/Syrian border) alongside the Persia to Rome trade route, and this has fed the myth that the Romans exported Blue John from Castleton. They did not. Neither, as is often claimed, were two vases made from Castleton Blue John ever excavated at Pompeii.|
|Mixonyte: Article about an unpublished fantasy book. Book most likely written by same person as article. ike9898 22:20, Dec 8, 2004 (UTC)|
|Suleiman al-Halabi: In 1797, his father sent him overland to Cairo to study Islamic sciences at Al-Azhar University. After three years of study he returned to Kukan. There he was surprised to learn of his father’s poverty as a result of heavy fines and taxation demanded by Ottoman authorities. The authorities offered to lift his imprisoned father's financial burden if he would assassinate Kléber. He agreed and traveled to Cairo to carry it out.|
|Microdochium panattonianum: Microdochium panattonianum is a fungal plant pathogen.|
|Waste-to-energy: Waste-to-energy (WtE) or energy-from-waste (EfW) refers to any waste treatment that creates energy in the form of electricity or heat from a waste source. Such technologies reduce or eliminate waste that otherwise would be transferred to a "greenhouse gas" emitting landfill. WtE is a form of energy recovery. Most WtE processes produce electricity directly through combustion, or produce a combustible fuel commodity, such as methane, methanol, ethanol or synthetic fuels.|
|Andrew Parkinson: Known as "Parky", he played for the Geelong Supercats (1988 - 1990), Southern Melbourne Saints (1991 - when he was included in the NBL All-Star Southern team), and the South East Melbourne Magic (1992-1998).|
|Proxenos: Being another city's Proxenos did not preclude taking part in war against that city, should it break out - since the Proxenos' ultimate loyalty was to his own city. However, a Proxenos would naturally try his best to prevent such a war from breaking out and to compose whatever differences were threatening to cause it. And once peace negotiations were on the way, a Proxenos' contacts and goodwill in the enemy city could be profitably used by his city.|
|Segway polo: It is similar to horse polo, except that instead of playing on horseback, each player rides a Segway HT or PT on the field. The rules have been adapted from bicycle polo and horse polo. The opposing teams' players hit a ball with their mallets, trying to get the ball into the other team's goal. Although not a major sport, Segway polo is gaining popularity and teams have begun forming in the United States, Germany, Spain, and New Zealand among others. Some of these teams have started to compete against each other.|
|Posey County, Indiana: This category has the following 4 subcategories, out of 4 total.
|Formuladeildin 2003: Statistics of Faroe Islands Premier League Football in season 2003.|
|Scotland: In 2005, total Scottish exports (excluding intra-UK trade) were provisionally estimated to be £17.5 billion, of which 70% (£12.2 billion) were attributable to manufacturing. Scotland's primary exports include whisky, electronics and financial services. The United States, The Netherlands, Germany, France and Spain constitute the country's major export markets. In 2006, the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of Scotland was just over £86 billion, giving a per capita GDP of £16,900.|
|Sándor Nagy: 1 Senior club appearances and goals
counted for the domestic league only.
* Appearances (Goals)|
|Greek Catholic churches in Paris: The following 2 pages are in this category, out of 2 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
|Tropical Storm Alma (2008): Upon moving ashore, Tropical Storm Alma produced moderate to heavy rainfall across Central America. The city of David, Chiriquí in western Panama reported 5.75 inches (141 mm) of precipitation in 48 hours. Additionally, the capital city of San José, Costa Rica reported 3.07 inches (78 mm) of rainfall in a 48 hour period. In Costa Rica, the precipitation caused river flooding, threatening 17 communities. It also caused widespread mudslides, which closed at least eight roads. The storm downed trees and power lines, leaving about 42,000 people without electricity in the country.|
|Thiago Luiz Moreira de Araújo: Thiago Luiz Moreira de Araújo or simply Araújo (born February 18, 1988 in Curitiba), is a Brazilian full back. He currently plays for Paraná.|
|Levi Yitzchok of Berditchev: Paul Robeson often sang a musical rendition of Yitzchok's famous Kaddish.|
|Houses in Hillsborough County, Florida: The following 28 pages are in this category, out of 28 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.