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List of lists of lists

List of lists of lists
Some articles that consist of a list of things that are themselves about lists of things, such as the lists of lists listed below. General reference[edit] Culture and the arts[edit] Literature[edit] Art and the arts[edit] Performing arts[edit] Visual arts[edit] Entertainment and recreation[edit] Cooking[edit] Games and toys[edit] Sports[edit] Mass media[edit] Geography and places[edit] Natural geographical features[edit] Manmade geographical features[edit] Mathematics and logic[edit] Natural and physical sciences[edit] Biology[edit] Physical sciences[edit] People[edit] Religion and belief systems[edit] Society and social sciences[edit] Linguistics[edit] Social institutions[edit] Infrastructure[edit] Economy and business[edit] Education[edit] Government and politics[edit] Law[edit] War[edit] Technology and applied science[edit] Medicine[edit] Military[edit] Technology[edit] Miscellaneous[edit] See also[edit]

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List P-Funk Albums From Worst To Best George Clinton’s Parliament-Funkadelic collective isn’t always posed as a leading candidate for greatest or most important band of the ’70s, but try and imagine what music would sound like without them. You’d still have Stevie pushing forward R&B’s artistry, Kraftwerk doing their thing to turn synthesized pop into a mainstream notion, Donald Byrd finding innovative… More » 17 NBA Rappers Ranked Worst To Best

Tackle Any Issue With a List of 100 The List of 100 is a powerful technique you can use to generate ideas, clarify your thoughts, uncover hidden problems or get solutions to any specific questions you’re interested in. The technique is very simple in principle: state your issue or question in the top of a blank sheet of paper and come up with a list of one hundred answers or solutions about it. “100 Ways to Generate Income”, “100 Ways to be More Creative” or “100 Ways to Improve my Relationships” are some examples. “One hundred entries?

The Urantia Book This is the book cover of The Urantia Book, published by Uversa Press and designed by artist Gary Tonge, ISBN 9780965197236. The Urantia Book (sometimes called the Urantia Papers or The Fifth Epochal Revelation) is a spiritual and philosophical book that originated in Chicago sometime between 1924 and 1955. The authorship remains a matter of speculation. The authors introduce the word "Urantia" as the name of the planet Earth and state that their intent is to "present enlarged concepts and advanced truth." The book aims to unite religion, science and philosophy, and its enormous amount of material about science is unique among literature claimed to be presented by celestial beings.

Murder of Tim McLean The killing of Tim McLean (October 3, 1985[1] – July 30, 2008) occurred on the evening of July 30, 2008. McLean, a 22-year-old Canadian man, was stabbed, beheaded and cannibalized while riding a Greyhound Canada bus about 30 km west of Portage la Prairie, Manitoba traveling the Trans Canada Highway. On March 5, 2009, McLean's killer, 40-year-old Vince Weiguang Li (simplified Chinese: 李伟光; traditional Chinese: 李偉光; pinyin: Lǐ Wěiguāng) (born April 30, 1968), was found to be not criminally responsible for murder and was remanded to a high-security mental health facility where he currently resides.[2]

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Online List Maker - Listmoz How does Listmoz work? When you go to listmoz.com, a unique URL is generated for your list (something like You are immediately able to manage your list. You can add items edit items move items around (drag and drop) check off items uncheck items and delete items. Mary Celeste Mary Celeste was built in Spencer's Island, Nova Scotia and launched under British registration as Amazon, in 1861. She transferred to American ownership and registration in 1868, when she acquired her new name, and thereafter sailed uneventfully until her 1872 voyage. At the salvage hearings in Gibraltar, following her recovery, the court's officers considered various possibilities of foul play, including mutiny by Mary Celeste's crew, piracy by the Dei Gratia crew or others, and conspiracy to carry out insurance or salvage fraud. No convincing evidence was found to support these theories, but unresolved suspicions led to a relatively low salvage award.

Yuan Chonghuan Yuan Chonghuan (Yüan Ch'ung-huan; 6 June 1584 – 22 September 1630), courtesy name Yuánsù (元素) or Zìrú (自如), was a famed patriot and military commander of the Ming Dynasty who battled the Manchus in Liaoning. He was of Cantonese origin.[1] Yuan Chonghuan was known to have excelled in artillery warfare and successfully incorporated Western tactics with those of the East. Yuan's military career reached its height when he defeated Nurhaci and the Manchu army in the first Battle of Ningyuan. Later, Yuan also managed to defeat Nurhaci's son and successor, Huang Taiji, and his 200,000 mostly Mongol soldiers. 40 Great Resources for Making Lists We like to keep all kinds of lists; wish lists, checklists, lists of lists... you get the picture. In this roundup we will focus on services specializing in wish lists (things we want) and checklists (things we want to get done). Using these 40 mobile and web-based tools you can keep track of daily tasks, build your reading list, organize your holiday gift giving, and more. How do you manage wish lists and checklists?

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