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Minuscule 14

Minuscule 14: “ Leszek Jańczuk: small expansion {{New Testament manuscript infobox |form=Minuscule |number=”’14”’ |image= |isize= |caption= |name= |sign= |text= [[Gospel]]s † |script= [[Greek language|Greek]] |date= 964 |found= |now at= [[National Library of France]] |cite= |size= 17.6 by 19.2 cm |type= [[Byzantine text-type]] |cat= |hand= |note= }} ”’Minuscule 14”’ (Gregory-Aland). It is a Greek [[Lower case|minuscule]] […]

Booker T. Washington, Speech, 1895

Booker T. Washington, Speech, 1895: “ Shoemaker’s Holiday: /* Booker T. Washington, Speech, 1895 */ ===[[Booker T. Washington, Speech, 1895|Booker T. Washington, Speech, 1895]]=== {{multi-listen item |filename = Booker T. Washington, Speech, 1895 – edit.ogg |title = ‘The Atlanta Compromise’ |description=The opening of [[Booker T. Washington]]’s ‘[[Atlanta Compromise]]’ speech to the 1895 [[Atlanta, Georgia|Atlanta]] [[Cotton_States_and_International_Exposition_(1895)|Cotton […]

Root hog, or die

Root hog, or die: “ RufusJuiceShuffle: [[WP:AES|←]]Created page with ‘[[Image:RootHogOrDieC1854.png|thumb|300px|right|Anonymous [[American Civil War|Pre-Civil War]] broadside titled ‘Root Hog or Die’.]] ””Root hog, or die”” is a …’ [[Image:RootHogOrDieC1854.png|thumb|300px|right|Anonymous [[American Civil War|Pre-Civil War]] broadside titled ‘Root Hog or Die’.]] ””Root hog, or die”” is a common American catch-phrase dating from well before 1834.<ref>Crockett, ”A Narrative of […]

Torpedo bulkhead

Torpedo bulkhead: “ Parsecboy: better stub [[Image:WWI style ship armor.PNG|thumb|right|Diagram of common elements of warship armor. The torpedo bulkhead the line denoted by ‘D’.]] A ”’torpedo bulkhead”’ is a type of [[armor]] common on the more heavily armored [[warships]], especially [[battleship|battleships]] and [[battlecruiser|battlecruisers]] of the early [[20th century]]. It is designed to keep the ship […]

McIntosh Presbyterian Church

McIntosh Presbyterian Church: “ Clariosophic: typo {{Infobox Historic building |name = McIntosh Presbyterian Church |image = McIntosh Hist Dist Presby Church01d.jpg |caption = McIntosh Presbyterian Church |map_type = |latitude = |longitude = |location_town = [[McIntosh, Florida]] |location_country = [[United States]] |architect = unknown |client = First Presbyterian Church |engineer = Builder: unknown |construction_start_date = 1907 […]

Stephens Lyne-Stephens

Stephens Lyne-Stephens: “ Motmit: refs ”’Stephens Lyne-Stephens”’ ([[4 October]] [[1801]]-[[28 February]] [[1860]]) was an English [[British Tory Party|Tory]] politician who represented [[Barnstaple (UK Parliament constituency)|Barnstaple]] before the [[1832 Reform Act]]. After inheriting a family fortune from glass manufacture in [[Portugal]], he was later reputed to be the richest commoner in England. Lyne-Stephens was returned as […]

Baudouin des Auteus

Baudouin des Auteus: “ Srnec: paragraph ”’Baudouin des Auteus”’ ({{lang-la|Balduinus de Altaribus}}) was a [[Picardy|Picard]] [[trouvère]] of the early thirteenth century, probably from [[Autheux]] near [[Doullens]].<ref>François-Xavier Féghali (1875), [,-ou-des-Autheux.cfm ‘Baudouin des Auteus, ou des Autheux,’] ”Dictionnaire des noms, surnoms et pseudonymes latins de l’histoire littéraire du Moyen Age (1100 à 1530)”, Alfred Franklin, ed. (Paris: […]

Giovanni Buscaglione

Giovanni Buscaglione: “ Blofeld of SPECTRE: /* Biography */ ”’Giovanni Buscaglione”’, ([[March 1]] [[1874]] – [[1941]]) was an [[Italy|Italian]] – [[Colombia|Colombian]] [[architect]] and [[priest]] from [[Piedmont]], [[Italy]]. He designed series of important projects of religious and educative architecture in Italy, [[Constantinople]], [[Izmir]] and [[Alexandria]] but was especially noted for his work in [[Colombia]], a country […]

Davis, Massachusetts

Davis, Massachusetts: “ Alexnia: Added {{articleissues}} with parameters copyedit, deadend, primarysources and unreferenced and {{[[Template:uncategorized|uncategorized]]}} tags to article. using [[WP:FRIENDLY|Friendly]] {{articleissues|copyedit=October 2008|deadend=October 2008|primarysources=October 2008|unreferenced=October 2008}} THE DAVIS PYRITE MINE, once Massachusetts’ largest iron pyrite-mine, is located about three miles or so north of Charlemont and two miles south-southeast of Rowe. Both Rowe (2000 pop – […]

José Amador de los Ríos

José Amador de los Ríos: “ Srnec: In 1852 he published the complete works of [[Íñigo López de Mendoza]]. ”’José Amador de los Ríos”’ (1818–1878) was a [[Spain|Spanish]] intellectual, primarily a historian and archaeologist of [[Art history|art]] and [[Literary history|literature]]. He was a graduate in history of the [[Complutense University of Madrid]]. In 1844 he […]

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