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Chac | Chac-Mool ... Chaffee, Adna Romanza | Chaffee, Emory Leon ... Chajang | Chajang Yulsa ... Challenger

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Ciconia ciconia ciconia | Ciconia nigra ... CIM | Cima da Conegliano, Giovanni Battista ... cinereous vulture | Cines ... Circle of Chalk, The | circle of confusion ... Cirratulida | Cirratulus ... Citheroniidae | Citheroniinae ... city government | City Hall ... Civil Action, A | Civil Aeronautics Board ...

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CNN | CNO cycle ...

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CPI | CPI ...

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Craigavon | Craigavon, James Craig, 1st Viscount ... crappie | craps ... Cray, Seymour R. | Cray-1 ... credit insurance | credit, letter of ... Creole Jazz Band | creole languages ... Crétin, Guillaume | cretinism ... criminal code | Criminal Code Bill ... Cristofano, Francesco di | Cristofori, Bartolomeo di Francesco ... Crni Drim | Crnila ... Croly, Jane Cunningham | Cromarty ... cross | cross ... Crossfield, Albert Scott | Crossfield, Scott ... crowfoot | Crowfoot, Dorothy Mary ... Cruelty, Theatre of | cruelty to animals ... cryogenic conductor | cryogenics ... crystal gazing | crystal goby ...

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Ctenocephalides felis | Ctenocystoidea ...

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Cubi | Cubi ... cuerda seca | Cuernavaca ... cult drama | cult novel ... Cumberland Narrows | Cumberland Plateau ... Cunningham, Harry B. | Cunningham, Imogen ... Curchod, Suzanne | Curcio, Renato ... current meter | current mode ... Curzola | Curzon Line ... cutaneous porphyria | cutaneous schistosomiasis ...

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Cwa climate | CWC ...

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cyclic disease transmission | cyclic electron flow ... Cydippe | Cydippida ... Cynomys | Cynomys gunnisoni ... Cyrtacanthacridinae | Cyrtophora ...

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Czartoryski, Michal Fryderyk, Prince | Czech Agrarian Party ... Czyz, Lejzor

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DJ (radio personality) DJ Chris Lova Lova (American rapper) DJ Jazzy Jeff (American musician) DJ Paul (American rap-music producer) DJ Shadow (American musician) Dja Faunal Reserve (nature reserve, Cameroon) Dja River (river, Africa) Djaferin Islands (islands, Spain) Djailolo (island, Indonesia) Djajapura (Indonesia) Djajawidjaja, Pegunungan (mountains, Indonesia) Djambi (province, Indonesia) Djambi (Indonesia) Djamileh (work by Bizet) Djanggawul song cycle (Australian Aboriginal mythology) Djawa (island, Indonesia) Djeba (Egypt) Djebar, Assia (Algerian writer) Djokjakarta | Djolof ...

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Do

do-it-yourself | doab ... Doctor Zhivago | Doctor Zhivago ... Dodsworth | Dodsworth ... Dohm, Christian Wilhelm von | Dohnányi, Erno ... Dollar Diplomacy | dollar standard ... Domela, Jan | Domenchina, José ... dominus | Domitia Longina ... Donax variabilis | Donbas ... Donner Pass | Dono, Paolo di ... Dörben Oyrat | Dorcas gazelle ... Dorsale Guineénne | dorsalis pedis artery ... Doty, James Duane | dou ... double-figure impost | double-focusing mass spectrometer ... Douglas, Stephen A. | Douglas, Stephen Arnold ... Dowie, John Alexander | dowitcher ...

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DQ Herculis ...

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Dragon Motif | Dragon of Bosnia ... Draper, Paul | Draper, Ruth ... Dred Scott decision | Dred Scott Decision and the Declaration of Independence ... Dreyfus Affair | Dreyfus Affair, The ... DRM | DRM ... drowning | Drowning of an Old Cat, The ... Druta, Ion | Druz, Jebel el- ...

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DS4 | DS5 ...

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Duanag Ullamh, An | Duane–Hunt law ... Duchamp, Marcel | Duchamp, Raymond ... dueling | Duellists, The ... Duke, James Buchanan | Duke of Bedford, Master of the ... Dumbo | dumdum ... Duncan, Robert Edward | Duncan, Robert Todd ... dunnage | dunnart ... Dupuis, Jean | Dupuit, Arsène-Jules-Étienne-Juvénal ... Durham | Durham ... dust tail | dust, volcanic ... Duveen of Millbank, Joseph Duveen, Baron | Duveneck, Frank ...

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Dwars | Dwb climate ...

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Dy

Dynamic Hieroglyph of the Bal Tabarin | dynamic link library ... Dyula | Dyula language ...

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Dz

Dzyubin, Eduard Georgiyevich

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E ...

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Ea

Eanes de Zurara, Gomes | Eanes, Gil ... Early Sunday Morning | Early Teutonic script ... easement by implication | easement by necessity ... East Indonesia | East Japan Volcanic Belt ... eastern Africa | eastern Africa, history of ... eastern phoebe | eastern pipistrelle ...

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Eban, Abba Solomon | eBay ...

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Ecbasis captivi | Ecbatana ... Echinops | Echinops telfairi ... ecliptic system | Ecloga ... economic stabilizer | economic stagnation ... eczema |

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Ed

“Ed egli si nascose” ... Edgar, David | Edgar, Jim ... Edmond, Lauris | Edmonds, Helen ... educational psychology | Educational Psychology ...

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EFA | Éfaté ...

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Eg

Egeon | Eger ... Egy ember élete | Egypt ...

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Ei

eidetic reduction | eidgenossen ... Einstein’s mass-energy relation | Einthoven, Willem ...

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Ekibastuz | ekistics ...

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El

El-Mansura | ELA-STV ... Elbow | elbow ... electric automobile | Electric Boat Company ... electrical stimulation | electrical stunning ... electromechanical switching | electromechanical transducer ... electronic energy level | electronic flash ... “Elegia di Madonna Fiammetta” | elegiac metre ... Elend unserer Jugendliteratur, Das | Elene ... Elia | Elia Kazan: A Life ... Elizabeth Islands | Elizabeth of Bavaria ... Elliott, Osborn | Elliott, Robert Brackett ... Elopiformes | Elopoidei ... email | émail en ronde bosse ... Emden, Robert | Emecheta, Buchi ... emission spectrum | emission-control system ... empirical validity | empiricism ... enantiomorph | Enantiopoda ... Encyclopédie méthodique ou par ordre de matières | Encyclopédie nouvelle ... endogamy | endogenetic phenomenon ... energy transfer | energy transfer ... England, Ireland, and America | England, John ... English yew | Englishmen, Frenchmen, Spaniards ... Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding, An | Enquiry Concerning Political Justice, and Its Influence on General Virtue and Happiness, An ... Enterobacter | Enterobacter aerogenes ... “Entsiklopedichesky slovar” | Entstehung der Alpen, Die ... EOKA | eolian cave ... Ephesus, councils of | Ephialtes ... epiglottis | epiglottitis ... episcopal mitre | Episcopal Party ... Epitome arithmeticae practicae | “Epitome Astronomiae Copernicanae” ... Equality, Community of | equalization ... equivalence | equivalence class ... Erdenet | Erdeni ... Ericsson, John | Eridu ... Erlangen school | Erlanger, Emile ... ERP | ERP ... erythema ab igne | erythema arthriticum epidemicum ... Escape; or, A Leap for Freedom, The ... Esipova, Anna | Esipova, Anna Nikolayevna ... Espino, Héctor | Espinosa, Bento de ... Essay on Musical Expression | Essay on Philosophical Method ... Essex, James | Essex Junto ... Esterhazy, Ferdinand Walsin | Esterházy, Ferenc ... estrus | estuarine crocodile ... Ethelred of Rievaulx, Saint | Ethelred the Unready ... ethnopsychology | ... “Études symphoniques” | Études synthétiques de géologie expérimentale ... Eudocia | Eudocia Macrembolitissa ... Eulerian cycle | Eulerian path ... Euphoria longana | Euphorion ... Eurocommunism and the State | “Eurocommunismo y Estado” ... European Free Trade Association | European freshwater eel ... European white birch | European white hellebore ... Euthanasia Society | Eutheria ... Evans, Dame Edith Mary | Evans, David ... event | event ... Evocation | évolué ... exact equation | exacta ... excommunication | excrement ... Exmoor | Exmoor Forest ... Experiment Stations, Office of | Experimental Aircraft Association ... Expositio in Epistolam ad Romanos | Expositio sermonum antiquorum ... externae gentes | external anal sphincter ... extrinsic motive | extrinsic protein ... Ezekiel, The Book of | ezel ... Ezzelino III da Romano

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F ... Fables | Fables Ancient and Modern ... Facio, Bartolomeo | facioscapulohumeral dystrophy ... Faesulae | Fagaceae ... Fairbanks, Charles Warren | Fairbanks, Douglas ... Faizabad | Faizabad, Treaty of ... fall | fall ... false consciousness | false coral snake ... familial hypophosphatemia | familial lipoprotein lipase deficiency ... fan painting | fan shell ... fantasy literature | Fantasy Records ... Farewell Address | Farewell, My Lovely ... farming cooperative | Farming of Bones, The ... Fartlek | Faruk I ... fat bloom | fat body ... Fattori, Giovanni | Fattorini, Gabriele ... Favre, Brett | Favre, Claude ... Fear and Trembling | Fear God and Take Your Own Part ... Federal Constitutional Court | Federal Council ... Fédération Internationale de Ski | Fédération Internationale de Skibob ... Feilner, Simon | Feinberg, Louis ... feller | Feller, Bob ... Fender, Clarence Leo | Fender, Freddy ... FEPC | Fer Díad ... Ferguson, Robert | Ferguson, Samuel ... Fernando el Deseado | Fernando el Magno ... Ferris wheel | ferrite ... festival mask | Festival of Britain ... Feydeau, Georges | Feydeau, Georges-Léon-Jules-Marie ... fibrosarcoma | fibrosis ... Fiedler, Richard | fief ... Fiennes, William | Fiera del Levante ... Fighters for the People | fighting ... Filene-Finlay simultaneous translator | Filene’s ... filter factor | filter feeding ... fine china | Fine Clothes to the Jew ... Finley, Martha | Finn ... fire fighting | fire finch ... firmoviscous deformation | Firmum ... First Nations | First Nations, Assembly of ... Fischer, Johann Ignaz Ludwig | Fischer, Johann Michael ... Fishguard | fishhook ... Fitzalan family | Fitzalan, Henry ... five hundred rummy | Five Knights’ case ... flag | Flag Day ... Flandre | Flandre Occidentale ... flatback sea turtle | flatbed ... Fleetwood, Susan Maureen | Flegel, Eduard Robert ... flexible mold | flexible pavement ... FLNKS | float ... floral cup | floral decoration ... Florida torreya | Florida, University of ... flowerpot snake | Flowers and Trees ... flushing | Flushing ... flying system | Flying Tigers ... foenugreek

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pa (Maori settlement) PA (Palestinian government) Pa (unit of energy measurement) Pa (chemical element) Pa (ancient Chinese state) Pa Chin (Chinese author) Pa Hsien (Daoism) Pa Jen (Chinese author and critic) Pa Nai (Lao writer) Pa Sak River (river, Thailand) På St. Jørgen (work by Skram) PA system Pa-an (Myanmar) Pa-ch’i (Manchu history) pa-ku wen-chang (Chinese literary genre) pa-kua (Chinese divination) Pa-kua Shan (hills, Taiwan) Pa-May-Okee (region, Florida, United States) Pa-pien Chiang (river, Asia) “Paa gjengrodde stier” (work by Hamsun) “Paa Ski Over Grønland” (work by Nansen) Paafuglefjeren (work by Kristensen) Paamiut (Greenland) Paar family (Austrian family) Paar, Jack (American humorist) Paar, Jack Harold (American humorist) Paarl (South Africa) Paasche, Hermann (German economist) Paasche index (economics) Paasikivi, Juho Kusti (president of Finland) paatere (song) Paats River (river, Northern Europe) Paats, William (athlete) paauw (bird) Paavolainen, Olavi (Finnish author) PABA (chemical compound) pabbajja (Buddhism) Pabianice (Poland) Pablo, Augustus (Jamaican musician and producer) Pablo Honey (album by Radiohead) Pablo, Michel (Belgian politician) Pablos, Juan (Spanish printer) Pabna (Bangladesh) Pabst, G. W. (German director) Pabst, George Wilhelm (German director) PAC (materials science) PAC (South African organization) PAC (American politics) Pac-10 (college athletic organization) Pac-Man (“Pac-Man”) Pac-Man (game by Iwatani) Pac-Man (Filipino boxer and politician) paca (rodent) Paca Mama (Andean deity) Pacaraima Mountains (mountains, South America) pacarana (rodent) Pacasmayo (Peru) Pacatus Drepanius, Latinius (Gallo-Roman orator) Pacatus Drepanius, Latinus (Gallo-Roman orator) pacca (Indian theatre) Paccard, Michel-Gabriel (French physician) Paccari Tampu (shrine, Peru) paccaya (Buddhist philosophy) pacceka-buddha (Buddhism) Pacciani, Pietro (Italian farm labourer) pace (ancient Roman unit of measurement) pace (animal locomotion) Pace Institute (university, New York, United States) Pace, Luigi da (Italian artist) Pace University (university, New York, United States) Pacelli, Eugenio Maria Giuseppe Giovanni (pope) Pacem in Terris (encyclical by John XXIII) pacemaker (artificial) pacemaker (natural cardiac) pacemaker enzyme (biochemistry) Pacensis Colonia (Spain) pacer (cycling) pacer (horse racing) Pacetti, Camillo (Italian sculptor) Pach, Walter (artist) Pacha Mama (Andean deity) Pachacamac (Peruvian god) Pachacamac (archaeological site, Peru) Pachacutec (Inca emperor) Pachacuti Inca Yupanqui (Inca emperor) Pachaimalai Hills (hills, India) Pachamama (Andean deity) Pacheco de la Espriella, Abel (president of Costa Rica) Pacheco, Francisco (Spanish painter) Pacheco, Gregorio (president of Bolivia) Pacheco, José Emilio (Mexican author) Pacheco, Juan, Marqués of Villena (Spanish noble) Pacheco Pereira, Duarte (Portuguese explorer) Pachelbel, Johann (German composer) Pacher, Michael (Austrian artist) Pachim (Thailand) pachinko (game) Pachisi (game) Pachman, Ludek (Czechoslovak chess player) Pachman, Vladimir de (Russian pianist) Pachmann, Vladimir von (Russian pianist) Pachnocybales (order of fungi) Pachomius, Saint (Egyptian monk) Pachuca (Mexico) Pachuca de Soto (Mexico) pachycaulous (plant anatomy) Pachycephala pectoralis (bird) Pachycephalidae (bird) pachycephalosaur (dinosaur infraorder) Pachycephalosauria (dinosaur infraorder) Pachycephalosaurus (dinosaur genus) Pachycereus thurberi (plant) Pachymeres, George (Byzantine scholar) Pachypodium (plant genus) Pachyptila (bird) Pachyptila forsteri (bird) Pachyptila turtur (bird) Pachyrhinosaurus (dinosaur) Pachyrrhizus erosus (plant) Pachyrrhizus tuberosus (plant) Pachystima canbyi (plant) pachytene stage (biology) Pachyuromys duprasi (rodent) Pacific (American steamship) Pacific Aero Products Company (American company) Pacific air mass (meteorology) Pacific angel shark Pacific Belt Zone (region, Japan) Pacific bleeding heart (plant) pacific blockade (military procedure) Pacific Campaign (World War II) Pacific City (California, United States) Pacific Coast (region, North America) Pacific Coast Oil Company (American company) Pacific Coast Ranges (mountains, North America) Pacific Coastal Lowlands (region, Mexico) Pacific, College of the (university, California, United States) Pacific Community, Secretariat of the (international organization) Pacific coniferous forest (forest, North America) Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail (hiking trail, California, United States) Pacific Decadal Variability (climatology) Pacific dogwood (plant) Pacific Equatorial Countercurrent (ocean current) Pacific Fleet (United States Navy) Pacific Fur Company (American company) Pacific Gas and Electric Company (American company) Pacific geoduck (mollusk) Pacific Great Eastern Railway (railway, Canada) Pacific Grove (California, United States) Pacific gull (bird) Pacific herring (fish) Pacific high (meteorology) Pacific Islanders Protection Act (United Kingdom [1872]) Pacific Islands (nuclear testing) Pacific Islands (region, Pacific Ocean) Pacific Islands Forum (international organization) Pacific Islands, Trust Territory of the (former United States territory, Pacific Ocean) Pacific jumping mouse (rodent) Pacific languages Pacific League (Japanese baseball league) Pacific mackerel (fish) Pacific madrona (plant) Pacific Mail Steamship Company (American company) Pacific mountain system (mountains, North America) Pacific National Exhibition (event, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada) Pacific North Equatorial Current (ocean current) Pacific Northwest (region, United States) Pacific Northwest Ballet (American ballet company) Pacific Ocean Pacific Palisades (California, United States) Pacific Plate (geology) Pacific pomfret (fish) Pacific pompano (fish) Pacific pond turtle (reptile) Pacific Railroad (American company) Pacific Railway Acts (United States history) Pacific Rim National Park (national park, British Columbia, Canada) Pacific Ring of Fire (seismic belt) Pacific salmon (fish) Pacific sanddab (fish) Pacific sardine (fish) Pacific saury (fish) Pacific Scandal (Canadian history) Pacific Seaboard Air Lines (American company) Pacific Security Treaty Pacific sleeper shark Pacific South Equatorial Current (ocean current) Pacific Stock Exchange (American stock exchange) Pacific Subtropical Convergence (Pacific Ocean) Pacific tarpon (fish) Pacific Theatre of Operations (World War II) Pacific tree frog (amphibian) Pacific triton (gastropod) Pacific Tropical Convergence (Pacific Ocean) Pacific Tsunami Museum (museum, Hilo, Hawaii, United States) Pacific Tsunami Warning Center (oceanographic centre, Hawaii, United States) Pacific, University of the (university, California, United States) Pacific viperfish (fish)

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(American educator) Packard, Vance Oakley (American social critic and author) packed red blood cell (biology) packed-column chromatography (chemistry) Packer, Alferd (American criminal) Packer, Alfred (American criminal) Packer, Asa (American philanthropist) Packer, Kerry (Australian television executive) packet transmission (communications) packet-switched network (communications) packing (combinatorics) packing (geology) packing density (geology) packing fraction (physics) packing proximity (geology) packrat (rodent) packrat (rodent) Packsche Händel (German history) paclitaxel (chemical compound) Paco (Mexican television personality) Paço, Terreiro do (square, Lisbon, Portugal) Pacoh (people) Pacorus (Parthian prince) Pacorus I (Parthian prince) Pacorus II (king of Parthia) Pacquiao, Emmanuel Dapidran (Filipino boxer and politician) Pacquiao, Manny (Filipino boxer and politician) Pact government (South African history) Pact of Steel (Italy-Germany [1939]) pacta sunt servanda (law principle) Pactum Hludowicianum (decree by Louis I) pactus (law history) pacu (fish) Pacuvius, Marcus (Roman dramatist) Paczynski, Bohdan (American astrophysicist) PAD (political party, Thailand) pada (Indian music) Padamo River (river, South America) padan (Zoroastrianism and Parsiism) Padang (Indonesia) Padang Highlands (region, Indonesia) Padang, Urang (people) Padarthatattvanirupana (work by Siromani) padauk (plant) Padaung (people) padavali (Indian literature) Padavona, Ronald James (American singer) Padda oryzivora (bird) Paddington (area, London, United Kingdom) paddle paddle shot (cricket) paddle tennis (sport) paddle tennis (sport) paddle wheel (ship part) paddlefish (fish) Paddock, Charles William (American athlete) Paddock, Charlie (American athlete) paddock dredging (mining) paddy (agriculture) Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha (novel by Doyle) Paddy’s Milestone (island, Scotland, United Kingdom) pademelon (marsupial) Paderborn (Germany) Paderewski, Ignacy Jan (composer and prime minister of Poland) Padilla, Heberto (Cuban poet) Padilla, José (New Granada general) Padilla, Juan (Spanish missionary) Padilla, Juan de (Spanish military leader) Padjelanta National Park (park, Sweden) padlock (lock) Padlock Law (Spanish history) Padma (Hindu mythology) Padma ’Byung-Gnas (Buddhist mystic) Padma River (river, Asia) Padmanabhapuram Palace (palace, India) Padmapada (Indian philosopher) Padmasambhava (Buddhist mystic) padmasana (yoga practice) Padmavati (work by Jayasi) Padmini (Indian actress) Padova (Italy) Padova, Università Degli Studi di (university, Padua, Italy) Pádraic Henry Pearse (Irish poet and statesman) padrao (Portuguese stone pillar) Padre Isla, El (Spanish author) Padre Island (island, Texas, United States) Padre Martini (Italian composer) Padre Padrone (film by Taviani brothers) Padres (American baseball team) Padri (Islamic sect) Padri War (Southeast Asian history) padrona, La (work by Betti) Padua (Italy) Padua, University of (university, Padua, Italy) Paduan school (painting) Paducah (Kentucky, United States) “Padurea spînzura?ilor” (work by Rebreanu) Padus (river, Italy) Padzi (people) paean (lyric) paecottah (irrigation device) paedodontics (dentistry) paedomorphosis (biology) Paekche (ancient kingdom, Korea) Paektu, Mount (mountain, Asia) Paeligni (people) paella (food) paellera (utensil) paenula (liturgical vestment) Paeonia (historical region) Paeonia (plant) Paeonia lactiflora (plant) Paeonia officinalis (plant) Paeonia suffruticosa (plant) Paeoniaceae (plant family) Paeonian (ancient people) Paeonius (Greek sculptor) Paer, Ferdinando (Italian composer) Paeroa (New Zealand) “Paesi tuoi” (work by Pavese) Paesiello, Giovanni (Italian composer) Paestum (ancient city, Italy) Páez (people) Páez, José Antonio (Venezuelan general) Páez, Pedro (Spanish priest) Páez, Pero (Spanish priest) Páez Xaramillo, Pedro (Spanish priest) Päffgen, Christa (German singer) Paffhausen, James (American Orthodox archbishop and metropolitan) Páfos (Cyprus) Pagadian (Philippines) Pagai Island langur (primate) Pagalu (island, Equatorial Guinea) Pagan (king of Myanmar) Pagan (Myanmar) Pagan (island, North Mariana Islands) pagan (religion) Pagan Federation (religious organization) Pagan kingdom (historical kingdom, Myanmar) Pagan, Mount (volcano, North Mariana Islands) Pagan Way (religious organization) Paganelli di Montemagno, Bernardo (pope) paganica (game) Paganini, Niccolò (Italian composer) paganism (religion) paganus (Roman social class) Pagasae (ancient port, Greece) Pagasaí, Gulf of (gulf, Greece) Pagasitikós Kólpos (gulf, Greece) page (computer memory) page (rank) Page, Alan (American athlete and jurist) Page, Alan Cedric (American athlete and jurist) Page, Anita (American actress) Page, Anne (fictional character) Page, Bettie (American model) Page, Clarence (American journalist) Page disgracié, Le (novel by Tristan) Page, Dorothy G. (American sled dog race organizer) Page, Geraldine (American actress) Page, Geraldine Sue (American actress) Page, Jimmy (British musician) Page, Larry (American computer scientist and entrepreneur) Page, Lawrence Edward (American computer scientist and entrepreneur) Page, Mary Caroline (American religious leader) Page, Mistress (fictional character) Page, P. K. (Canadian poet) Page, Robert Morris (American physicist) Page, Ruth (American dancer and choreographer) Page, Sir Earle Christmas Grafton (prime minister of Australia) Page, Sir Frederick Handley (British aircraft designer) Page, Stanton (American novelist) Page, Thomas J. (United States military officer) Page, Thomas Nelson (American author) Page, Walter (American musician) Page, Walter Hines (American author and diplomat) Page, Walter Sylvester (American musician) Page, William (American painter) pageant Pageant of the Pacific (work by Covarrubias) pageant wagon (vehicle) Pagels, Elaine (American scholar)

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PageMaker (software program) Pageos I (United States satellite) Paget disease of bone (bone disease) Paget, Sir James, 1st Baronet (British surgeon and physiologist) Paget, Violet (English essayist) Paget’s disease (breast cancer) Pagganck Island (island, New York City, New York, United States) pagi (administrative region) paging (computer memory) Paglia, Camille (American academic) Pagliacci (opera by Leoncavallo) Pagliarani, Elio (Italian poet) Pagliero, Marcello (Italian filmmaker) Pagnani, Andreina (Italian actress) Pagnini, Santes (Italian scholar) Pagnino, Santes (Italian scholar) Pagninus, Santes (Italian scholar) Pagnol, Marcel Paul (French author and director) Pago Chico (novel by Payró) Pago Pago (American Samoa) Pago Pago International Airport (airport, Pago Pago, American Samoa) pagoda (architecture) pagoda dogwood (plant) pagoda tree (plant) Pagodroma nivea (bird) Pagon, Mount (mountain, Brunei) Pagophilus groenlandica (mammal) Pagosa Springs (Colorado, United States) Pagurus bernhardus (crustacean) Pagurus pollicaris (crustacean) pagus (administrative region) PAH (chemical compound) PAH (chemical compound) PAH (enzyme) Pahang (region, Malaysia) Pahang River (river, Malaysia) Paha?i (people) Pahari languages Pahari painting (art) Pahawh Hmong writing system Pahia, Mount (mountain, Bora-Bora, French Polynesia) Pahiatua (New Zealand) Pähkinäsaari, Treaty of (Scandinavia [1323]) Pahlavan Mahmoud mausoleum (mausoleum, Khiva, Uzbekistan) Pahlavi (Iran) Pahlavi alphabet Pahlavi, Bandar-e (Iran) Pahlavi Dam (dam, Iran) Pahlavi dynasty (Iranian dynasty) Pahlavi language Pahlavi, Mohammad Reza Shah (shah of Iran) Pahlavi, Reza Shah (shah of Iran) pahmi (mammal) Pahnke, Walter (American psychiatrist) PAHO (international organization) pahoehoe (lava flow) Pahud de Mortanges, Charles Ferdinand (Dutch athlete) PAI (chemical compound) Pai (people) Pai Chiang (river, China) Pai Chü-i (Chinese poet) Pai Hsien-yung (Chinese writer) Pai Marire (Maori religion) Pai-ch’eng (China) Pai-gow poker (card game) p’ai-hsiao (musical instrument) pai-hua (Chinese language) Pai-lien chiao (Chinese cult) “Pai-mao nü” (play by Ho Ching-chih) pai-miao (Chinese painting) Pai-se (China) pai-t’ung (metallurgy) Pai-yün kuan (temple, Beijing, China) Paibian Stage (geology) paiche (fish) Paicovitch, Yigal (Israeli politician) PAICV (political party, Cape Verde) Paid on Both Sides (work by Auden) paid-in capital (accounting) “Paidagogos” (work by Clement of Alexandria) paideia (education) Paiea (king of Hawaii) Paiement, André (Canadian playwright) PAIGC (political party, Africa) Paige, Leroy Robert (American baseball player) Paige, Satchel (American baseball player) Päijänne, Lake (lake, Finland) Paijusa?a (Jaina festival) Paik, Nam June (Korean-born composer, performer, and artist) Paikuli (archaeological site, Iran) paille-maille (game) pailü (Chinese poetry) Paimio (Finland) pain pain perception (biology) pain perception threshold (physiology) Paine, John Knowles (American composer) Paine, Robert (American ecologist) Paine, Robert Treat (United States statesman) Paine, Thomas (British-American author) Painesville (Ohio, United States) Painlevé, Paul (French politician and mathematician) pains and penalties, bill of (law) paint (chemical product) paint brush (plant) Paint It Today (novel by Doolittle) paint pot (geological feature) Paint Rock (Texas, United States) paintbrush (art) Painted Bird, The (novel by Kosinski) Painted Bronze (sculpture by Johns) painted buckeye (plant) painted bunting (bird) Painted Church (church, Honaunau, Hawaii, United States) Painted Colonnade (hall, Athens, Greece) Painted Colonnade (hall, Olympia, Greece) painted cup (plant) Painted Desert (desert, Arizona, United States) painted enamel (art) painted finch (bird) Painted Gray Ware culture Painted House, A (novel by Grisham) painted lady (plant) painted lady (butterfly) painted lady (flowering plant) painted mackerel (fish) Painted Pottery culture (anthropology) painted quail (bird) painted redstart (bird) painted snipe (bird) Painted Stoa (building, Athens, Greece) painted terrapin (reptile) painted tree rat (mammal) painted turtle (reptile) Painted Word, The (book by Wolfe) painter Painter and His Model, The (painting by Braque) Painter and His Pug, The (painting by Hogarth) “Painter of His Dishonor, The” (play by Calderón) Painter, William (English author) Painter’s Daughter Chasing a Butterfly (painting by Gainsborough) Painters Eleven (Canadian artist) painting Painting by Numbers (book by Komar and Melamid) painting knife “Painting Machines” (works by Tinguely) painting, Western (art) Painvin, Georges J. (French cryptologist) Paipai (people) pair axiom (set theory) pair hitch (dogsled method) Pair of Blue Eyes, A (novel by Hardy) pair of virginals (musical instrument) pair potential function, intermolecular (physics) pair production (physics) pair system (numeral systems) paired leaf arrangement (plant anatomy) paired terrace (geology) paired-associate learning pairing, axiom of (set theory) pairing energy (electrons) Páirliment Chloinne Tomáis (Irish literature) pairs skating (sport) Páirtí Lucht Oibre (political party, Ireland) Pais, Abraham (American physicist) País, El (Spanish newspaper) País, El (Uruguayan newspaper) Pais, Sidónio (president of Portugal) País Vasco (region, Spain) Paisà (film by Fellini) Paisaci dialect (language) “Paisan” (film by Fellini) Paisiello, Giovanni (Italian composer) Paisiy of Khilendar (Bulgarian monk) Paisley (Scotland, United Kingdom) paisley (textile pattern) Paisley, Bob (British soccer team manager) Paisley, Ian (Northern Ireland politician) Paisley, Ian Richard Kyle (Northern Ireland politician) Paisley Park Studios (American company) Paisley Park Studios: Prince’s Sonic Playground (Paisley Park Studios) Paisley, Robert (British soccer team manager) Paisley shawl (clothing) Paitishhahya (Zoroastrianism) Paiute (people) Paiva, Afonso de (Portuguese traveler) “Päivälehti” (Finnish newspaper) Paiwan language Paiwanic language Paixhans, Henri-Joseph (French military officer) paixiao (musical instrument) paj ntaub (Asian decorative arts) Pajama Game, The (work by Bissell) pajamas (clothing) Pajarito Plateau (plateau, New Mexico, United States) Pajeú (river, Brazil) paji (garment) Pajitnov, Alexey (Russian video game designer) Pajkowski, Franciszek A. (American athlete) Pajon, Claude (French theologian) Pajou, Augustin (French sculptor) PAK (political party, Greece) Pak Chi-Won (Korean writer) “Pak Ch’omjikuk” (Korean puppet play) Pak Island (island, Papua New Guinea) Pak Kyongni (South Korean writer) Pak Nae-hyon (Korean artist) Pak No-su (Korean artist) Pak Se Ri (South Korean golfer) Pak Tai (region, Thailand) Pak Tujin (Korean poet) Pak-hoi (China) Pakaha (king of Israel) Pakanbaru (Indonesia) Pakaraima Mountains (mountains, South America) Pake, George Edward (American physicist) Pakenham, Edward Arthur Henry (British dramatist) Pakenham, Elizabeth Harman (British historian and biographer) Pakenham, Francis Aungier (British politician) pakhavaj (musical instrument) Pakhtu language Pakhtun (people) Pakhtunwali (social code) Paki, Lydia Liliuokalani (queen of Hawaii) Pakian Viravong (Lao writer) Pakistan Pakistan, Church of (Protestant denomination) Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pakistani government agency) Pakistan, flag of Pakistan, history of Pakistan Industrial Credit and Investment Corporation (Pakistani financial organization) Pakistan International Airlines (Pakistani company) Pakistan Muslim League (J) (political party, Pakistan)

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