|BA-30: The BA-30 was a Soviet half track armored car developed in 1937.|
|Nittany Lion: Alma Mater • Blue Band • Fight On, State • Mount Nittany • Nittany Lion • Nittany Nation • Old Coaly • Penn State Dance Marathon • Penn State Glee Club • State College • The Nittany Lion|
|Earl Wilbur Sutherland, Jr.: He received his bachelor's degree (Chemistry) in 1937 from Washburn University, Topeka, Kansas and earned his medical degree in 1942 from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. After serving as a doctor in World War II, he returned to Washington University as a researcher in the pharmacology laboratory of Nobel laureate Carl Ferdinand Cori. In 1953, he became director of the department of pharmacology at Case Western Reserve University (then Western Reserve University) in Cleveland, Ohio, where he discovered the role of cyclic AMP in mediating the action of certain hormones. In 1963, desiring to limit his duties to research, Sutherland moved to Vanderbilt University School of Medicine in Nashville where he was a professor of physiology until 1973. He was elected to the National Academy of Sciences in 1966, won the Albert Lasker Award for basic medical research in 1970, and received the National Medal of Science in 1973. At the time of his death in 1974, Sutherland was a distinguished professor of biochemistry at University of Miami Medical School.|
|Tintury: Coordinates: 46°59′52″N 3°35′02″E / 46.99778, 3.58389|
|Geoffroea: Geoffroea decorticans
|List of amphibious assault operations: This is a list of amphibious assault operations that have taken place during history. It is structured chronologically by war, then by theatre during wars such as World War II that covered large areas of the world simultaneously, and chronologically within those theatres. It also covers operations that were planned but cancelled for various reasons.|
|Panamericana Televisión: Panamericana Televisión, Panamericana Television or Pantel is a Peruvian television network founded in 1958 when television first arrived in Peru. It first broadcasted on Channel 13, but later moved to Channel 5 in metropolitan Lima. This network was followed by a second private television network soon after named América Televisión. This second network continues to broadcast on its original frequency, Channel 4. In 1958, Peru had first aired Channel 7 which became the State's run television station and the first Peruvian station to broadcast. Broadcasts were in black and white until 1978. Panamericana and América entered the competitive market against each other until the arrival of additional networks in the late 1970s. During the early 1980's, television in Peru was expanded as more television stations and new networks were created; with the advent of cable and satellite Peru today enjoys over 140 channels to choose from including international programming from other countries around the world and foreign language channels.|
|Gharaki laxmi bettiyann: Is a hit Indian television sitcom soap opera series about a Gujarati family ruled by the thoughts that only men can rule and make decisions. One of the most popular stand out character is laxmi one of the bettiyans or daughters o the family who is played by Twinkle Bajpai.|
|Organizations disestablished in 2007: The following 6 pages are in this category, out of 6 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
|Psycophant: The result of the debate was delete · Katefan0(scribble) 21:35, 26 September 2005 (UTC)|
|Nunsploitation: Some segments from the Scandinavian silent film Häxan (1922) may be seen as a precursor for this genre.|
|Five for Freddie: Five For Freddie: Bucky Pizzarelli's Tribute To Freddie Green is a Jazz tribute album album by Bucky Pizzarelli to the late jazz guitarist Freddie Green.|
|Antoni Melchior Fijałkowski: Antoni Melchior Fijałkowski ( Pszczew, near Poznań, January 3, 1778 – October 5, 1861, Warsaw) was the Archbishop Metropolitan of Warsaw and spiritual leader of the nation during the Partitions of Poland.|
|Southern Okanagan Secondary School: Southern Okanagan Secondary is a public high school in Oliver, British Columbia part of School District 53 Okanagan Similkameen.|
|Nigerian Latter Day Saints: This category contains only the following page. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
|Scottish Rite Dormitory: The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1998.|
|Six Going On Seven: Six Going On Seven was a pop band from Boston, Massachusetts. Members included Josh English (vocals/bass), James Bransford (guitar) and Will Bartlett (drums).|
|Henare Kaihau: Henare Kaihau (1854 - 1860? - 20 May 1920) was a New Zealand Māori politician, serving as Member of the House of Representatives for the Western Māori electorate from 1896 to 1911, when he was defeated.|
|Mid-importance Halo articles: The following 8 pages are in this category, out of 8 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
|Andryes: Coordinates: 47°31′11″N 3°29′12″E / 47.51972, 3.48667|
|Valea Şeitorilor River: The Valea Şeitorilor River is a tributary of the Bucureşci river in Romania.|
|Bavegem: Bavegem is a small village in East-Flanders, Belgium, part of the municipality of Sint-Lievens-Houtem.|
|United Kingdom general election, 1802: Monmouthshire (1 County constituency with 2 MPs and one single member Borough constituency) is included in Wales in these tables. Sources for this period may include the county in England.|
|Ayaka Kimura (seiyū): Ayaka Kimura (木村 あやか, Kimura Ayaka?) is a female Japanese seiyū primarily for visual novels.|
|Spanish films of 1974: Afghanistan · Armenia · Bahrain · Bangladesh · Bhutan · Burma · Cambodia · China (Hong Kong · Macau) · India (Assamese · Bengali · Bollywood/Hindi · Kannada · Kollywood/Tamil · Malayalam · Tollywood/Telugu) · Indonesia · Iran · Iraq · Israel · Japan · Jordan · Kazakhstan · Korea (North Korea · South Korea) · Kuwait · Kyrgyzstan · Laos · Lebanon · Malaysia · Mongolia · Nepal · Pakistan · Palestine · Philippines · Qatar · Saudi Arabia · Singapore · Sri Lanka · Syria · Taiwan · Tajikistan · Thailand · Turkmenistan · U.A.E. · Uzbekistan · Vietnam · Yemen|
|Zimbabwe/Indices/Header: To create a set of tabs, use these six elements. Keep the page tabs in the same order on all pages and use "Tab1" for the current page.|
|Brent Milligan: Brent Milligan is an Grammy Award-nominated, American record producer and session bass guitar player currently residing in Nashville, TN. He was born in Baton Rouge, LA, and moved to Nashville after graduating from Louisiana State University in 1992. As a teenager, Milligan performed in various jazz and rock and roll bands, and performed frequently on the Baton Rouge and New Orleans club scenes.|
|Tennis tournaments in San Marino: This category contains only the following page. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
|Aviation in Latvia: This category has the following 5 subcategories, out of 5 total.