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  1. Amazon Rainforest (4064 bytes)
    1: ...[Image:Amazon Rainforest.jpg|thumb|A river in the Amazon rainforest]]
    2: ...n four nations bear the name [[Amazonas]] for the Amazon.
    4: ==The Amazon Basin==
    5: ''See [[Amazon Basin]].''
    7: ...e forest lies in a basin drained largely by the [[Amazon River]], with 1100 [[tributaries]]. This basin w...

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  1. List of explorers (24013 bytes)
    6: *[[Diogo de Azambuja]] ([[15th century]] [[Portuguese]] explo...
    7: *[[Pêro de Alenquer]] ([[15th century]] [[Portuguese]] explo...
    8: *[[Francisco de Almeida]] ([[16th century]] [[Portuguese]] naval ...
    9: *[[Afonso de Albuquerque]] ([[16th century]] [[Portuguese]] na...
    10: *[[Antonio de Abreu]] ([[16th century]] [[Portuguese]] explorer...
  2. Amerigo Vespucci (3736 bytes)
    10: ...spucci was exaggerating his role and constructing deliberate fabrications, others have instead propose...
    12: It may have been the publication and widespread circulation of his letters that led [[Marti...
    14: ...rally accepted by historians that no voyage was made in [[1497]] (which allegedly began from [[C�diz...
    16: ... Lorenzo di Medici, that he determined his longitude celestially on August 23, 1499, while on this voy...
    18: ...t does not mention the broad estuary of the [[Rio de la Plata]], which he must have seen if he had got...
  3. Katharine Hepburn (23170 bytes)
    2: ...ur. She was nominated for twelve Best Actress Academy Awards, the record for nominations until 2003, ...
    5: ...d with giving her a sense of adventure and independence.
    7: ...l for figure skating from the [[Madison Square Garden]] skating club, shooting golf in the low eightie...
    8: ...and information about her brother's apparent suicide and its great impact on Hepburn -->
    10: ...ay her degree was in drama -->, the same year she debuted on [[Broadway]] after landing a bit part in ...
  4. Nile (13738 bytes)
    12: ... The Nile carries far less water than the mighty Amazon, partly because it receives not a single tributar...
    24: ...lthough the lake itself has feeder rivers of considerable size from the other [[Great Lakes (Africa)|G...
    26: ...Abyad, or the [[White Nile]], from the clay suspended in its waters. From there, the river flows to [...
    32: ...[[:Image:Nile River and delta from orbit.jpg|Nile delta]])]]
    40: ...he Nile in Sudan, looking north across the Sahara Desert towards Lake Nasser and Egypt. Photograph IS...
  5. South America (5078 bytes)
    5: ...s is largely tropical [[rain forest]], the vast [[Amazon River]] basin.
    11: ...[[19th century]], these colonies won their independence.
    15: ...North America. The South American nations that border the Caribbean Sea – including [[Colombia]]...
    17: ...razil]]. Regions in South America include the [[Andean States]], the [[Guiana]]s, the [[Southern Cone]...
    21: (Not included in the table are [[South Georgia and the South S...
  6. Brazil (12581 bytes)
    1: ...easternmost country of the [[Americas]] and it borders [[Uruguay]], [[Argentina]], [[Paraguay]], [[Bol...
    8: ...|Dom Pedro II]] was deposed and a [[federation|federal]] [[republic]] was established on [[15 Novembe...
    10: ...ls appointed by the military. Today Brazil is a [[democracy]].
    15: ...ket by popular vote for four-year terms. The president has extensive [[executive]] powers and is both ...
    17: ... there is the Chamber of Deputies or ''C⭡ra dos Deputados'' of 513 seats, whose members are elected ...
  7. Peru (12264 bytes)
    2: ...eru is a country in western [[South America]], bordering [[Ecuador]] and [[Colombia]] to the north, [[...
    3: ...; background: #f9f9f9; border: 1px #aaa solid; border-collapse: collapse; font-size: 95%;"
    7: {| border=0 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 style="background:...
    22: | '''[[List of Presidents of Peru|President]]''' || [[Alejandro Toledo Manrique]]
    28: ... Total ([[2002]])<br>&nbsp;- [[Population density|Density]] || [[List of countries by population|World...
  8. Flag of Virginia (841 bytes)
    1: ...flag.jpg|thumb|right|Flag of Virginia. Image provided by [http://classroomclipart.com Classroom Clip A...
    5: ...ius of the Commonwealth, dressed as an Amazon" (Code of Virginia ? 7.1-26) and represents [[Virginia]]...
    10: ....state.va.us/cgi-bin/legp504.exe?000+cod+7.1-26 Code of Virginia ? 7.1-26]
  9. Ant (10510 bytes)
    8: {{Taxobox_superfamilia_entry | taxon = [[Vespoidea]]}}
    13: ...ed [[ant colony|colonies]]. They belong to the order [[Hymenoptera]], and are close relatives of the ...
    16: ==Development==
    18: ... at fairly constant temperatures to ensure proper development, and so are often moved around various b...
    20: ...an workers have disappeared, creating a sharp divide and clear physical difference between the minors ...
  10. History of science (41710 bytes)
    2: Modern [[science]] is a body of verifiable [[empirical...
    4: ... change is considered to be so fundamental that older inquiries are known as ''pre-scientific''. Still...
    6: ...] concerns the [[Creativity|creative]] process of designing useful objects and systems, which differs ...
    11: ...mphasize the view that scientific data is self-evident, value-free, and context-free.
    13: ...e, and that there can be [[demarcation problem|no demarcation]] between science and any other form of ...
  11. Civilization (29205 bytes)
    5: ...r working small [[horticulture|horticultural]] gardens. When used in this sense, civilization is an ex...
    7: ...lex and city-dwelling, or simple and tribal. This definition is often perceived as less exclusive and ...
    9: ...y back in Civilization after being lost in the wilderness for 3 weeks." Additionally, it is used in th...
    11: ...zed" behavior is contrasted with "barbaric" or crude behavior. In this sense, civilization implies sop...
    17: ... to produce a surplus of food that will not be needed for their own subsistence.
  12. Dolphin (13554 bytes)
    8: {{Taxobox_familia_entry | taxon = '''Delphinidae'''}}
    13: ... Greek]] &#948;&#949;&#955;&#966;&#8055;&#962; ''delphis'' meaning "with a womb", viz. "a 'fish' with...
    17: #any member of the family [[Delphinidae]] (oceanic dolphins),
    18: #any member of the families [[Delphinidae]] and [[Platanistoidae]] (oceanic and ri...
    19: ...border [[Odontoceti]] (toothed whales; these include the above families and some others),
  13. Boto (5572 bytes)
    15: ...Taxobox_image | image = [[Image:cetacea_range_map_Amazon_River_Dolphin.PNG|200px|Boto range]] | caption= B...
    17: ...ater or [[river dolphin]]. It is endemic to the [[Amazon River]] and [[Orinoco River]] systems. The Boto i...
    19: The [[IUCN]] lists '''Amazon Dolphin''', '''Boto Vermelho''',
    20: ...poise''', and '''Tonina''' as other names used to describe this species.
    24: ... specimen was described by [[Henri Marie Ducrotay de Blainville]] in 1817.
  14. Boa (3641 bytes)
    15: ...ue cows and suckle them until they are drained to death.
    17: ... subfamily of Boidae, but are frequently listed under their own family, [[Pythonidae]].
    20: ...million years ago, had a distinct fauna that included [[marsupial]] [[mammal|mammals]]; with the land ...
    31: ...strata over 50 million years old, and were once widespread in North America. Now, only two species rem...
  15. Brown Pelican (2615 bytes)
    10: {{Taxobox species entry | taxon = '''''P. occidentalis'''''}}
    12: ...al | color = pink | binomial_name = Pelecanus occidentalis | author = [[Carolus Linnaeus|Linnaeus]] | ...
    15: ...Pelican]]The '''Brown Pelican''' (''Pelecanus occidentalis'' <small>&dagger;</small>) is the smallest ...
    17: ...shington]] and [[Cape Cod]] to the mouth of the [[Amazon River]]. Some immature birds may stray to inland ...
    23: ...wn Pelican on the wing in Baja California]]Pesticides like [[DDT]] and [[dieldrin]] threatened its fut...
  16. Bull shark (3651 bytes)
    19: ==Description==
    23: ...mals. Like all sharks, their behavior is poorly-understood and can seem unpredictable.
    25: ... the central [[Amazon River]], and have been recorded as far up the [[Mississippi River]] as [[Illinoi...
  17. Bill Clinton (59225 bytes)
    1: {{Infobox President | name=William Jefferson Clinton
    4: | order=42nd President
    7: | preceded=[[George H. W. Bush]]
    8: | succeeded=[[George W. Bush]]
    11: | dead=alive
  18. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (37869 bytes)
    3: ...s 'Oak City,' but locals never use this name. Residents of outlying suburbs or rural areas often call ...
    7: ...3 totaled 523,303 with more than 1.25 million residents in the metropolitan area.
    9: ...or to the [[September 11th attacks]] and the most destructive act of domestic terrorism in American hi...
    19: founded = |
    29: density = 325.3|
  19. Rainforest (6551 bytes)
    2: ...ised by a high number of [[resident (species)|resident]] [[species]] and tremendous [[biodiversity]].
    6: ...a bright red color and sometimes produces minable deposits (e.g. [[bauxite]]). On younger substrates, ...
    8: ...reason, the ground beneath is soon colonised by a dense tangled growth of vines, shrubs and small tree...
    12: ...ibutes not commonly seen in trees of higher latitudes.
    16: ... trees of the C layer. Young individuals of trees destined for the B and A layers may also have large ...
  20. Jaguar (9341 bytes)
    19: ...t way to distinguish a jaguar from a leopard, beside the jaguar’s much more powerful build, is the [...
    21: ... have been documented putting 1/4 [[inch]] (6 mm) dents into [[bowling ball]]s using their teeth. "The...
    25: ...nction in the foreseeable future. The species has declined numbers in some areas due to habitat loss, ...
    27: ...under the [[Endangered Species Act]] and are considered nongame, therefor making it illegal to shoot a...
    30: ...ered an umbrella species. An umbrella species is defined as: species that generally cover large areas...
  21. Ocelot (4489 bytes)
    17: ...on, the ocelot is larger. The name of the animal derives from [[Nahuatl language|Nahuatl]] '''ocelotl...
    19: ...n in a cave in a rocky bluff, a hollow tree, or a dense (preferably thorny) thicket. The gestation per...
    21: ...t any small animal: [[monkey]]s, [[snake]]s, [[rodent]]s, [[fish]], [[amphibian]]s and [[bird]]s are ...
    23: ... resembles that of a [[jaguar]]; it was once regarded as particularly valuable, and because it was so ...
    25: ...es, they now range only in several small areas of dense thicket in South Texas. The ocelot's continue...
  22. Piranha (4128 bytes)
    20: ...hey are normally only found in the [[Amazon River|Amazonian]], [[Guiana]]s and [[Paraguay River|Paraguayan...
    24: ...ssessed nouns take the prefix 't-', 's-', or 'r-' depending on the possessor, or zero in combination; ...
    29: ...ve the same sensory system that enables sharks to detect blood in miniscule amounts, so it is not beli...
  23. Inca Empire (25571 bytes)
    4: ...[[Atahualpa]], the last Inca, was killed on the orders of the [[Conquistador]] [[Francisco Pizarro]], ...
    6: ... hundred local languages were spoken. The Inca leadership encouraged the worship of their gods, the fo...
    11: The foreign name '''Inca Empire''' is derived from the word '''Inca''', which means "[[Emp...
    17: ...ed their new village. There Manco became their leader and became known as [[Manco Capac]].
    19: ...nd the city of Cuzco. They traveled by means of underground caves until reaching Cuzco where they esta...
  24. Inca road system (6879 bytes)
    2: ...ered approximately 22,530 km (14,000 mi) and provided access to over three million km? of territory.
    6: ...le on their journeys. [[Inca rope bridges]] provided effective access across valleys with intricate s...
    8: ... the Inca Empire. Unaccustomed to the high altitude, weakened by the cold, and frequently ambushed by...
    12: ... altitudes of more than 5,000 meters. ''El Camino de la Costa'', the coastal trail, at a length of 4,0...
    18: ...or Acute Mountain sickness, also known as [[altitude sickness]]. Due to recent erosion, gradually wear...
  25. Mid-Atlantic Ridge (3017 bytes)
    2: ...he '''Mid-Atlantic Ridge''' is a mostly [[water|underwater]] [[mountain range]] of the [[Atlantic Ocea...
    13: ... Heat from the magma causes the crust on either side of the rifts to expand, forming the ridges. The r...
    17: ...[Africa]] (including the [[Mississippi River]], [[Amazon River]] and [[Niger River]]).
  26. Literature (25676 bytes)
    1: ...dubious, but it does not interfere with the above definition.
    5: ...tion of the United States]], all fall within this definition of a kind of literature.
    9: ...re conservative interpreters of the concept would demand that the text have a physical form, usually o...
    11: ...ience fiction) may also become excluded from consideration as "literature".
    15: ...gy|psychological]] insight in the delineation and development of character.
  27. Scythia (22520 bytes)
    3: ...time around 700 BC, settling in [[Ascania]] and modern [[Azerbaijan]] as far as to the southeast of [[...
    5: ...hian tribes mentioned in mainly Greek sources resided in the steppe between the [[Dnieper]] and [[Don]...
    7: ...ancient Indo-European word for ''archer'' in turn derives from the [[Proto-Indo-European]] root *'''sk...
    13: ... of the "Pazyryk culture" - including the "Ice Maiden" of the [[5th century BC]]. (see below)
    15: ...or-women may have inspired tales of the [[Amazons|Amazon]]s in [[Greek mythology|Greek]] myth.
  28. Genghis Khan (31537 bytes)
    1: ...a]] for his historical role in giving a common [[identity]] to [[Mongols]] after their centuries of in...
    5: ...gence and the mobility of his mounted warriors to defeat opponents, rapidly conquering more territory ...
    7: ...ths, and, in the longer term, resulted in massive depopulation of much of Asia [http://users.erols.com...
    9: ...o rule the [[Mongol Empire]] he founded after his death, and, even after the unified empire dissolved ...
    11: ...by his descendents, and he is regarded as the founder of [[Mongolia]] and an important figure in histo...
  29. Troy (22846 bytes)
    1: ...9th century BC|9th]] century BC, but containing older material (''Iliad'' means "about Ilion").
    2: ...0px|"Trojan Horse" at the site of Troy|Image provided by [http://classroomclipart.com Classroom Clipar...
    3: ...st [[Turkey]], southwest of the [[Dardanelles]] under [[Mount Ida, Phrygia|Mount Ida]].
    5: ...til the establishment of [[Constantinople]], and declined gradually during [[Byzantine Empire|Byzanti...
    7: ...tity is disputed, the site has been successfully identified with the city called '''''Wilusa''''' in [...
  30. River (12397 bytes)
    1: ...b|A Feluca sailing down the nile river.Image provided by [http://classroomclipart.com Classroom Clip A...
    4: ...ly widens at its end and forms what is known as a delta or estuary.
    7: ...of [[sediment]] develop conspicuous [[river delta|delta]]s at their mouths. Rivers whose mouths are in...
    9: Where a river descends quickly over sloped topography, [[rapid]]s ...
    25: ...dents (and/or negligence) account for much of the destruction of riparian [[biome|biomes]]. Heated wat...
  31. Andes (13210 bytes)
    2: [[Image:Andies.png|thumb|200px|right|The Andes form the longest mountain chain in the world.]]
    3: ...Image:Andes Chile Argentina.jpg|thumb|300px|The Andes between [[Chile]] and [[Argentina]]]]
    4: ...:Andesplane.jpg|thumb|300px|Plane's view of the Andes, Peru.]]
    5: ...in some parts (widest between 18° to 20°S latitude), and of an average height of about 4,000 m (13,0...
    6: ...hich are known as [[Andean States]]. The name ''Andes'' comes from the [[Quechua]] word ''anti'', whic...
  32. Mercury (element) (24761 bytes)
    2: {| border="1" cellpadding="2" cellspacing="0" align="right...
    4: {| align="center" border="0"
    25: | [[Density]], [[Mohs hardness scale|Hardness]]
    26: ...c metre|kg/m<sup>3</sup>]]<br/>solid @ &minus;39 &deg;C 15,600 [[kilogram per cubic metre|kg/m<sup>3</...
    42: | [[van der Waals radius]]
  33. Amazon Rainforest (4064 bytes)
    1: ...[Image:Amazon Rainforest.jpg|thumb|A river in the Amazon rainforest]]
    2: ...n four nations bear the name [[Amazonas]] for the Amazon.
    4: ==The Amazon Basin==
    5: ''See [[Amazon Basin]].''
    7: ...e forest lies in a basin drained largely by the [[Amazon River]], with 1100 [[tributaries]]. This basin w...
  34. Slavery (26455 bytes)
    3: ==Definitions==
    4: The [[1926 Slavery Convention]] described slavery as "...the status or condition of ...
    6: ...y synonymous with slavery, because serfs are considered to have had some rights.
    8: ...preferred term of many scholars, because of the wide variety of ambiguities which may be attached to w...
    10: ... Many [[left wing]] thinkers have discussed the idea of "[[wage slavery]]", although it is generally ...
  35. Frog (6440 bytes)
    2: ... [[systematics]], since many anuran families include both "frogs" and "toads". The [[true frog]]s are ...
    10: ...human eyelids. They have a [[tympanum]] on each side of their head, which is involved in hearing.
    13: ...Frog3_classroomclipart.jpg|thumb|250px|Image provided by [http://classroomclipart.com Classroom Clip A...
    14: ...higher-pitched calls. [[Rigveda]] book 7 hymn 103 describes frogs with different calls (''g<u>o</u>m&#...
    16: ...o humans. Some natives of the [[Amazon_Rainforest|Amazon]] area extract poison from the [[poison dart frog...
  36. Soybean (9506 bytes)
    9: {{Taxobox_subfamilia_entry | taxon = [[Faboideae]]}}
    16: ...oth [[human]]s and [[livestock]]. The word soy is derived from the [[Japanese language|Japanese]] word...
    18: ...l the [[essential amino acid]]s that must be provided to the [[human body]] because of the body's inab...
    20: <table align=left wrap=right border=0 cellspacing=0 cellpadding=0>
    27: ... [[Japan]] and [[China]], the bean and products made from the bean ([[miso]], [[natto]], [[tofu]], [[d...
  37. Root (9635 bytes)
    3: ...eaves, and therefore also lacks [[Node (botany)|nodes]]. There are also important internal structural ...
    7: ...[Meristem|apical meristem]]'''. The root cap provides mechanical protection to the meristem cells as t...
    9: ...he process by which water is absorbed into the epidermal cells from the soil is known as '''''[[osmosi...
    11: ...er can only flow in one direction through the endodermis: in towards the center of the root, rather th...
    13: ...[[stele]]''' consists of the cells inside the endodermis. The outer part, known as the '''pericycle'''...
  38. Animal A (691 bytes)
    1: ...Elephant eating, Chaing Mai, Thailand. Image provided by [http://classroomclipart.com Classroom Clip A...
    10: *[[Amazon River Dolphin]]
    12: *[[Andean Condor]]
    26: *[[Atlantic White-Sided Dolphins]]
  39. Black Howler Monkeys (4913 bytes)
    10: ...main Etienne de la Ville, Comte de Lacepede|Lacepede]] | date = [[1799]]}}
    12: ... type species | color = pink | species = [[Red-handed Howler|Simia belzebul]] | comment = [[Carolus Li...
    17: ''[[Red-handed Howler|Alouatta belzebul]]''<br/>
    20: ''[[Amazon Black Howler|Alouatta nigerrima]]''<br/>
    28: ...ut 18 individuals. Threats to howler monkeys include being hunted for food and export.
  40. Boas (3640 bytes)
    14: ...ue cows and suckle them until they are drained to death.
    16: ... subfamily of Boidae, but are frequently listed under their own family, [[Pythonidae]].
    19: ...million years ago, had a distinct fauna that included [[marsupial]] [[mammal|mammals]]; with the land ...
    30: ...strata over 50 million years old, and were once widespread in North America. Now, only two species rem...
  41. Discus Fish (4433 bytes)
    15: ...interbreed, producing a number of hybrid strains. Details regarding the precise number of subspecies h...
    17: ...ternation varies, most are showily coloured in shades of green, red, and blue. The height and length o...
    21: ...they might not be the ideal cohabitants, but the ideal food.
    23: ...iscus since they often attach themselves on the sides of discus and eat their mucus membranes.
    25: ... are a lot of different breeds available with a wide range of colorations.
  42. Howler Monkeys (5154 bytes)
    10: ...main Etienne de la Ville, Comte de Lacepede|Lacepede]] | date = [[1799]]}}
    12: ... species = Alouatta belzebul | comment = [[Red-handed Howler]]}}
    17: ''[[Red-handed Howler|Alouatta belzebul]]''<br/>
    20: ''[[Amazon Black Howler|Alouatta nigerrima]]''<br/>
    30: ...ut 18 individuals. Threats to howler monkeys include being hunted for food and export.
  43. Ocelots (2874 bytes)
    15: ...but the ocelot is larger. The name of the animal derives from [[Nahuatl language|Nᨵatl]] '''ocelotl...
    17: ...are their spot with another ocelot of the same gender.
    19: ...l. Its prey includes [[monkey]]s, [[snake]]s, [[rodent]]s and [[bird]]s. Almost all of the prey that t...
    21: ... resembles that of a [[jaguar]]; it was once regarded as particularly valuable, and because it was so ...
    25: *''Leopardus pardalis pardalis'', [[Amazon Rainforest]]
  44. Parakeets and Budgies (4112 bytes)
    16: ...ot family Psittacidae or the broad sense of the order Psittaciformes.
    20: ...im that parrots are only repeating words with no idea of their meanings and point to Pepperberg's resu...
    23: [[amazon_parrot|amazon]]s,
    24: ... 50 years. Cockatiels and budgies are often considered good birds for beginners (they cost less, do n...
    26: ... calls for greater protection and control over trade in the birds. Escaped parrots, like other exotic ...
  45. Purple Martins (2333 bytes)
    16: ...n top with some purple on the back, and lighter underparts. Juveniles are greyish-brown above and whit...
    20: ...re provided. It is the only [[bird]] totally dependent on humans for nest sites.
    24: ...[[bird migration|migrates]] to the [[Amazon River|Amazon]] basin in winter. The first record of this speci...
  46. River Dolphins (2891 bytes)
    8: ...axobox_superfamilia_entry | taxon = '''Platanistoidea'''}}
    13: ... estuaries. They are classed in the '''Platanistoidea''' superfamily of [[cetacea]]ns. Three species l...
    16: ...ead to unfortunate encounters with humans or manmade objects (boats or fishing nets for example).
    18: ...anistoidea superfamily and are therefore not regarded as true river dolphins.
    21: ...ed as the only extant family of the '''Platanistoidea''' superfamily. The previously accepted classifi...
  47. Civilizations (30128 bytes)
    5: ==Definitions==
    8: ...r working small [[horticulture|horticultural]] gardens. When used in this sense, civilization is an ex...
    10: ===2: Broader sense===
    11: ...lex and city-dwelling, or simple and tribal. This definition is often perceived as less exclusive and ...
    14: ...y back in Civilization after being lost in the wilderness for 3 weeks." Additionally, it is used in th...
  48. Mammal classification (78467 bytes)
    1: ...has led to an effort to ensure that all taxonomic designations represent [[monophyletic]] groups. The...
    5: ... of [[cladistics]]. Though field work gradually made Simpson's classification outdated, it remained th...
    9: ...t is made here to further distinguish among the orders within these subclasses and infraclasses. This...
    11: ...e detailed relationships among families in that order.
    14: *Order [[Monotremata]]
  49. Amazonsaurus (1892 bytes)
    1: {{Taxobox_begin | color = pink | name = Amazonsaurus}}
    10: {{Taxobox_superfamilia_entry | taxon = Diplodocoidea}}
    11: {{Taxobox_genus_entry | taxon = '''''Amazonsaurus'''''}}<br/>{{Taxobox authority | author = C...
    14: ''Amazonsaurus maranhensis''
    17: ...nt of pelvic girdle, that were found on sediments deposited at an estuarine setting.
  50. Wonders of the Ancient World (11560 bytes)
    1: ... the ages to catalogue the most spectacular man-made constructions and natural things in the world.
    3: ...cient Greece|Hellenic]] sight-seers and only includes works located around the [[Mediterranean]] rim. ...
    4: ... including lists for the Medieval World and the Modern World.
    6: ==Seven Wonders of the Ancient World==
    8: ...ved, except as references. The seven wonders included:

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