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  1. Ella Fitzgerald (9400 bytes)
    6: ...[1935]], in Harlem's [[Savoy Ballroom]]. She recorded several hit songs with them, including "(If You ...
    8: ...bb died in [[1939]], the band continued touring under the new name, "Ella Fitzgerald and Her Famous Or...
    10: ... other singers: in particular, she was able to render quite perfectly [[Marilyn Monroe]]'s voice and t...
    12: ...iddle, and [[Duke Ellington]], a later collection devoted to one composer occured during the [[Pablo R...
    14: ...scar Peterson]], [[Count Basie]] ("On the Sunny Side of the Street"), [[Joe Pass]] ("Speak love"), [[D...
  2. Thomas R. Marshall (6779 bytes)
    2: ...ice President of the United States of America]] under [[Woodrow Wilson]] from [[1913]] to [[1921]].
    5: ... Marshall wrote later of listening to future President [[Benjamin Harrison]] present a case. Marshall...
    7: ...c Party|Democratic Party]] politics, but was regarded only as a competent small-town lawyer when he wa...
    9: == Vice Presidency ==
    11: ...was reelected in [[1916]] and served as Vice President until [[1921]]. It is said that Marshall initi...
  3. California (63989 bytes)
    8: Nickname = The Golden State |
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    30: AdmittanceOrder = 31<sup>st</sup> |
  4. New Mexico (31079 bytes)
    22: DensityRank = 45<sup>th</sup> |
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    24: AdmittanceOrder = 47<sup>th</sup> |
    27: Longitude = 103?W to 109?W |
    28: Latitude = 31?20'N to 37?N |
  5. United States Senate (35505 bytes)
    2: ...cantly, the [[President of the United States|President]] must ratify treaties and make important appoi...
    4: ...erated to the Senate in the Constitution are regarded as more important than those exclusively enumera...
    10: ...ates called for a second Congressional chamber, modeled on the [[House of Lords]] (the [[aristocratic]...
    12: ...n the House of Representatives. [[James Madison]] described the Senate's purpose as "A necessary fence...
    14: ...]] for political purposes; the trial ultimately ended in acquittal, with the Senate falling one vote s...
  6. Technetium (32113 bytes)
    2: {| border="1" cellpadding="2" cellspacing="0" align="right...
    4: {| align="center" border="0"
    5: | colspan="2" align="center" | [[molybdenum]] &ndash; '''technetium''' &ndash; [[ruthenium...
    25: | [[Density]], [[Mohs hardness scale|Hardness]]
    42: | [[van der Waals radius]]
  7. Red deer (16671 bytes)
    2: ...axobox image | image = [[Image:Elk4.jpg|200px|Red deer]] | caption = }}
    17: ...ump'. Wapiti are a subspecies of the European red deer.
    19: ...[[mammal]], and can reach 1.5m (5 ft) at the shoulder.
    21: ...n of [[Henry III of England|Henry III]], although deer were still preserved by law for the sport of th...
    24: ... attentions of the [[hind]]s and will then try to defend hinds that they attract. Rival stags challeng...
  8. Woodrow Wilson (31322 bytes)
    1: <table border="0" align="right" style="margin-left:1em"><tr><t...
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    6: <tr><td>'''Order:'''</td><td>28th President</td></tr>
    8: <tr><td>'''Predecessor:'''</td><td>[[William Howard Taft]]</td></t...
    10: <tr><td>'''Date of Birth'''</td><td>[[Sunday]], [[December 28]], [[1856]]</td></tr>
  9. Sea Lamprey (9084 bytes)
    16: ...heir blood. In [[zoology]], lampreys are not considered to be true [[fish]] because of their vastly di...
    18: ==Physical description==
    19: ...cartilage]] instead of [[bone]]s and is on the borderline between [[vertebrates]] and [[invertebrates]...
    20: [[Image:Lamprey illustration side.png|thumb|300px|left|Basic external anatomy of th...
    23: ... and transformation from a mud-dwelling filter feeder into an efficient swimming predator, which typic...
  10. Music history of the United States (35788 bytes)
    4: ...people to populate [[North America]]. These included a number of [[tribe]]s, like the [[Choctaw]], [[...
    6: ...tian]] [[choir]]s, [[musical notation]], [[broadside]]s, as well as large numbers of [[West Africa]]n ...
    12: ...] began performing spoken lyrics over a beat provided by an [[emcee]]; this became known as [[hip hop ...
    17: ...nct, though some remain relatively vibrant in a modern form, such as [[music of Hawaii|Hawaiian music]...
    19: ...an]], [[Ireland|Irish]], [[Mexico|Mexican]], [[Sweden|Swedish]], [[Ukraine|Ukrainian]] and [[Armenia]]...
  11. Theater in the United States (12545 bytes)
    2: ...tates are professional [[theatre]] companies outside of [[New York City]] that produce their own seaso...
    11: ...r, Lewis Hallam's son, [[Lewis Hallam, Jr.]], founded the American Company which opened a theater in N...
    13: ...t of [[Yale College]] in his "Essay on the Stage" declared that "to indulge a taste for playgoing mean...
    19: ...a single play was shown in New York for an unprecedented three weeks.
    26: ...as sparked by this rivalry, and brought about the deaths of 22 people. Then, at the end of the [[Unite...

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