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  1. Vocal cords (1030 bytes)
    1: ...rate]], modulating the flow of air being expelled from the lungs during [[phonation]].
    5: ...z|Hz]], adult females around 210, in children the frequency is over 300 Hz.
  2. Germany (46412 bytes)
    1: ...[[Austria]] and [[Switzerland]], to the west by [[France]], [[Belgium]], the [[Netherlands]] and [[Lux...
    13: ...[[German language|German]]: Unity and Justice and Freedom)
    15: ...tschen]]<br>3rd stanza (''Einigkeit und Recht und Freiheit'')
    51: ...[[Romany language|Romany]] and [[Frisian language|Frisian]] are officially recognised and protected as...
    61: ...[[prince-elector]]s of the [[Holy Roman Empire]]. From ''Bildatlas der Deutschen Geschichte'' by Dr Pa...
  3. January 1 (18244 bytes)
    15: ...8]] - [[Bouvet Island]] is discovered by [[France|French]] explorer [[Jean-Baptiste Charles Bouvet de ...
    20: *[[1804]] - [[France|French]] rule ends in [[Haiti]].
    22: ...] - [[Mary Shelley]]'s [[novel]] ''[[Frankenstein|Frankenstein, or The Modern Prometheus]]'' is first ...
    25: ...m under the [[Homestead Act]] is made by [[Daniel Freeman]] for a farm in [[Nebraska]].
    26: *[[1869]] - [[Sigma Nu]] fraternity is officially founded at the [[Virginia M...
  4. Anthropology (23191 bytes)
    1: ...ait that traditionally distinguished anthropology from other humanistic disciplines is an emphasis on ...
    18: ...y atomized and dispersed. As [[Karl Marx]] and [[Friedrich Engels]] observed in the [[1840s]]:
    20: ...up indigenous raw material but raw material drawn from the remotest zones; industries whose products a...
    24: ...eums alongside European art while artifacts from Africa or Native North American cultures were display...
    26: ...ties passed through a single evolutionary process from the most primitive to most advanced. Non-Europe...
  5. Metronome (3057 bytes)
    1: ...pg|A mechanical wind-up metronome in motion|right|frame]]
    10: ...ually [[A440]] [[hertz]]). The button forms range from simple credit-card sized devices to the complic...
    12: ...asure. This number is usually an integer ranging from one to six, though some metronomes go up to nin...
  6. Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen (8624 bytes)
    6: .... He later attended [[Utrecht Technical School]], from which he was expelled for producing a caricatur...
    8: ...e graduated with a [[Doctor of Philosophy|Ph.D.]] from the [[University of Zurich]].
    16: .... He knew the cardboard covering prevented light from escaping, yet Röntgen observed that the invisi...
    18: ...ng a match, he discovered the shimmering had come from the location of the barium platinocyanide scree...
    20: ...nd of ray might be responsible. November 8 was a Friday, so he took advantage of the weekend to repea...
  7. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (37869 bytes)
    7: ...ity in the nation, according to a [[2003]] report from the U.S. Census Bureau. The city's population o...
    61: ...rom [[Race (U.S. Census)|other races]], and 3.89% from two or more races. 16.15% of the population we...
    67: ...utskirts of the city is quick and mostly gridlock-free because of the city's interstate system (Mayor ...
    73: ...homa City to Edmond, and [[Interstate 235]] spurs from I-44 in North Central OKC into downtown Oklahom...
    87: [[Image:downtown_OKC_from_deep_duece.jpeg|left|Skyscrapers of Downtown Ok...
  8. List of philosophers (79981 bytes)
    9: *[[Jacob Friedrich von Abel]], (1751-1829)
    55: *[[Francesco Algarotti]], (1712-1764)
    62: *[[Henri-Fr餩ric Amiel]], (1821-1881)
    109: *[[Georg Anton Friedrich Ast]], (1778-1841)
    122: *[[Alfred Ayer|Alfred Jules Ayer]], (1910-1989){{fn|C}}{{fn|O}}{{fn|R...
  9. Dog (69384 bytes)
    17: ...uch as the [[Irish Wolfhound]]), and colors range from [[white]] to [[black]] with [[red]]s, [[gray]]s...
    19: ...at they have earned the [[sobriquet]] "man's best friend".
    23: ...usceptible to many of the metabolic ills stemming from overconsumption of such foods that civilization...
    35: ... their rear legs are fairly rigid and sturdy; the front legs are loose and flexible, with only muscle ...
    39: ...detect sounds as low as the 20 to 70 [[Hertz|Hz]] frequency range (compared to 16 to 20 Hz for humans)...
  10. Physics (25628 bytes)
    2: ... contexts, ranging from the sub-nuclear particles from which all ordinary matter is made ([[particle p...
    12: The culture of physics research differs from the other sciences in the separation of [[theor...
    15: ...mulation of new theories. Likewise, ideas arising from theory often inspire new experiments. In the ab...
    34: | [[Boltzmann's constant]], [[Entropy]], [[Free energy]], [[Heat]], [[Partition function (stati...
    42: ...lence principle]], [[Four-momentum]], [[Reference frame]], [[Spacetime]], [[Speed of light]]
  11. Hearing (sense) (2246 bytes)
    5: ...ies below audio are referred to as [[infrasound|infrasonic]].
    7: ... of 'silent' [[dog whistle]]s. [[Snake]]s sense infrasound through their bellies, and there is evidenc...
    9: ...ously detect [[ultrasound]] and [[infrasound]]. Infrasound has been found to affect the [[emotion]]s. ...
  12. February 22 (10772 bytes)
    9: * [[1495]] - King [[Charles VIII of France]] enters [[Naples]] to claim the city's thron...
    18: * [[1879]] - In [[Utica, New York]], [[Frank Woolworth]] opens the first of many of 5 and 1...
    24: ... United States]] to deliver a [[radio]] broadcast from the [[White House]].
    25: ...]: [[President of the United States|President]] [[Franklin D. Roosevelt]] orders General [[Douglas Mac...
    32: * [[1979]] - Independence of [[Saint Lucia]] from the [[United Kingdom]].
  13. Color (30968 bytes)
    4: ...glish]]) is a sensation which (in humans) derives from the ability of the [[cone cell|fine structure]]...
    13: <th>frequency interval</th>
    58: Color, frequency, and energy of light.<br>
    69: <td>Infrared</td>
    143: ...ity. The full spectrum of the incoming radiation from an object determines the visual appearance of t...

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