|1st Reconnaissance Squadron (United States): On March 27 the 1st Squadron began a week of night missions sowing aerial anti-shipping mines of Japanese harbor approaches and Inland Sea ship passages, a mission they would again conduct during the entire second half of May. Attacks in April were a combination of night and medium altitude day missions against the Japanese aircraft industry, and beginning April 18, three weeks of daytime attacks against Japanese airfields on Kyūshū launching Kamikaze attacks against U.S. naval forces at Okinawa.|
|1978 European Championships in Athletics: The 12th European Championships in Athletics were held from August 29 to September 3, 1978 in Prague, the capital city of Czechoslovakia.|
|Slavkovský štít: Slavkovský štít is a mountain peak in the High Tatras mountains in Slovakia. Its summit is 2452 metres above sea level. It can be reached by foot on a walking trail in about four and a half hours from Starý Smokovec.|
|Bak Sin Hee: NN. No non-wikipedia hits. Descendall 11:53, 16 November 2005 (UTC)|
|Aero Africa: The airline is on the List of air carriers banned in the European Union.|
|James Lowther (1753-1837): James, however, took a more active role in the service of his fourth cousin, James Lowther, 1st Earl of Lonsdale. As one of "Lord Lonsdale's Ninepins", he was Member of Parliament for Westmorland from 1775 until 1812, and then for Appleby from 1812 until 1818. He was also returned for Haslemere in 1790, but preferred to continue to sit for Westmorland. In addition to his political role, Lowther served as second to Lord Lonsdale in two notable duels, the first in June 1792 with an officer of the Life Guards, and the second in 1796 with Sir Frederick Vane.|
|HMS Warspite (1807): HMS Warspite was a 74-gun third rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy, launched on 16 November 1807 at Chatham. She was designed by Sir John Henslow as one of the large class 74s, and was the only ship built to her draught. As a large 74, she carried 24 pdrs on her upper gun deck instead of the 18 pdrs found on the middling and common class 74s.|
|Houli culture: The Houli culture (Chinese: 后李文化; pinyin: Hou li wen hua, 6500-5500 BC) was a Neolithic culture in Shandong, China. The people of the culture lived in square, semi-subterranean houses. Archaeological evidence shows that domesticated dogs and pigs were used. The type site at Houli was discovered in the Linzi District of Shandong and was excavated from 1989 to 1990. The culture was followed by the Beixin culture.|
|Pudong International Information Port: Pudong International Information Port (Chinese: 浦东国际信息港) is a skyscraper in the Lujiazui financial district of Shanghai, China. It is 211 m high, has 40 stories and was completed in 2001.|
|Nudity in The Simpsons Nomination 2: The contents of this article do not belong in an encyclopedia, it is mearly simpsons trivia. It's just a list where people get naked, and thus, isn't an encyclopedia article. Newspaper98 23:03, 12 December 2006 (UTC)|
|Okinawan kobudoka: The following 2 pages are in this category, out of 2 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
|Slam pong: Beer Pong with paddles can trace its origin to the mid-1950s, when fraternity houses at Dartmouth College first began to experiment with drinking games that included the placement of a newly-available plastic cup full of beer on a table tennis table during a game. An Alpha Phi Delta fraternity alumnus, David Thielscher, class of 1954, recalled in an interview for The Dartmouth newspaper that beer pong was played when he was an undergraduate. The objective was to try to hit the ball with a paddle into the cups. The sport seems to have been played in a rather informal manner through the latter half of the 1950s and the 1960s and spread to a limited number of other college campuses in the northeastern United States.|
|Binary asteroid: A binary asteroid is a system of two asteroids orbiting their common center of mass, in analogy with binary stars. The first such system to be discovered was 243 Ida.|
In the works of J. R. R. Tolkien, the Teleri (meaning Those who come last, singular Teler) were the third of the Elf clans who came to Aman. Those who came to Aman became known as the Falmari. The Teleri were the ancestors of the Valinórean Teleri, and the Sindar, Laiquendi, and Nandor of Middle-earth.|
|Miami musical groups: The following 29 pages are in this category, out of 29 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
|TKT (ELT): The Teaching Knowledge Test, or TKT, is a professional credential that focuses on core teaching knowledge for teachers of English as a foreign language. It is at a lower level than the CELTA, and does not have a practical teaching component. Instead, assessment takes the form of a written examination made up of three modules, which can be take together, or separately in any order.|
|Polish Thelemites: This category contains only the following page. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
|Girls Aloud members: The following 5 pages are in this category, out of 5 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
|Bhima Citar: In Ayyavazhi mythology, Bhima Citar was one of the five disciples of Ayya Vaikundar. His native place is Karumbattoor, a small village in the district of Kanyakumari. He was Bhima, the most courageouse among the Pandavas in the previous Dwapara Yukam, and was transmigrated and given birth in this Kali Yukam as Bhima Citar. In human history he was known as Pantaram(his name).|
|Quote on Table: Delete - Non-notable article on non-notabel software created by the software's publisher. DELETE. -Porlob 21:58, 12 October 2006 (UTC) (comment editted by Porlob 20:33, 16 October 2006 (UTC))|
|James Barker (athlete): A quick review of the policy based points suggests the following:|
|8-amino-7-oxononanoate synthase: Thus, the two substrates of this enzyme are 6-carboxyhexanoyl-CoA and L-alanine, whereas its 3 products are 8-amino-7-oxononanoate, CoA, and CO2.|
|Scottish National Party: This grouping of "neo-fundamentalists" have their roots within the camp of the former Labour MP Jim Sillars.|
|Conflicts in 1776: The following 13 pages are in this category, out of 13 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
|Polar Bare Facts: The result of the debate was Speedy delete --RoySmith 16:28, 27 November 2005 (UTC)|
|Equal Rights Party (Canada): The Equal Rights party may have been associated with Dalton McCarthy, leader of the McCarthyites, a group of 10 candidates who ran in the 1896 election.|
|Sprout crumble: Delete - non-notable fictional food item that apparently plays a role in one episode. Unsourced. If there's an article about the specific Red Dwarf episode then it can be merged and redirected there. Otto4711 20:43, 17 January 2007 (UTC)|