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  • [[Image:field_sm2.jpg|right|frame|Inspector Charles Field, from the Illustrated News of the World, 1855]] ...and Yard]], which he led from 1846 to 1852, and also an acquaintance of [[Charles Dickens]], who used him as a model for the character of [[Inspector Bucke
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Charles Frederick Field]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Charles Dickens}}
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  • {{rpl|Field (agriculture)}} {{rpl|Field theory (mathematics)}}
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Charles Dickens]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Charles Darwin}}
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  • [[Image:field_sm2.jpg|right|frame|Inspector Charles Field, from the Illustrated News of the World, 1855]] ...and Yard]], which he led from 1846 to 1852, and also an acquaintance of [[Charles Dickens]], who used him as a model for the character of [[Inspector Bucke
    2 KB (291 words) - 11:05, 9 June 2009
  • '''''Bleak House''''' is the ninth [[novel]] by [[Charles Dickens]], published in 20 monthly parts between March 1852 and September ...r/ Site of Dr Russell Potter, Rhode Island College] Biography of Inspector Field</ref> Dickens wrote several journalistic pieces about the Inspector and the
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Charles Frederick Field]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Charles Dickens}}
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  • ...London]] [[Metropolitan Police]]. The name derives from a small, enclosed field in the [[Whitehall]] district of [[London]], which was adjacent to the forc *{{r|Charles Frederick Field}}
    10 KB (1,504 words) - 09:26, 14 February 2010
  • *1: [[Charles Sumner]] ''([[Republican Party (United States)|R]])'' *3: [[Charles D. Drake]] ''([[Republican Party (United States)|R]])''
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  • ...are or non-existent. These new methods have led to a proliferation of sub-fields within the history discipline. ...d von Ranke]], [[Lewis Bernstein Namier]], [[Frederick Jackson Turner]], [[Charles Beard]] and E.P. Thompson.
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  • <td rowspan="1"> 1917 <td> [[Charles Glover Barkla]] <td>UK ...ppler effect in canal rays and the splitting of spectral lines in electric fields
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  • ...ce", (1828-1914) was an American educator, who taught in a wide variety of fields, but was also an exceptionally distinguished citizen-soldier in the [[Amer ...into life - together with such practice and exercise in each of the great fields of study that the student may experience himself a little in all.<ref>{{ci
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  • ...James]], [[Godfrey Quigley]], [[Neil McCarthy]], [[Charles Morgan (actor)|Charles Morgan]], [[Michael Collins (actor)|Michael Collins]], [[Clifford Elkin]] | [[Kenneth J. Warren]], [[Edwin Richfield]], [[Ivor Salter]]
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  • ...des Adams County, Arapahoe County, Boulder County, City and County of Broomfield, City and County of Denver, Douglas County, and Jefferson County ...minal (with its Teflon-coated fiberglass roof) are in the center of the airfield. 95 airlines operated 1175 passenger flights daily in 2006, with 130,000 pa
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  • ...49–1651) saw fighting between supporters of [[Charles II of England|King Charles II]] and supporters of the [[Rump Parliament]]. The Civil War ended with ...ivil War led to the trial and execution of Charles I, the exile of his son Charles II and the replacement of the English monarchy with the [[Commonwealth of
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  • ...eveal otherwise invisible worlds in all kinds of data, not only optical….Charles Darwin was right when he wrote that people with an understanding “of th :*'''Note:''' [[Charles Darwin|Darwin]] understood the point. Excerpt from the letter to Fawcett
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  • ...eveal otherwise invisible worlds in all kinds of data, not only optical….Charles Darwin was right when he wrote that people with an understanding “of th :*'''Note:''' [[Charles Darwin|Darwin]] understood the point. Excerpt from the letter to Fawcett
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  • ...o]], interviewed hundred of Inuit and copied down their testimony into his field notebooks. {{Image|Hall hj sm.jpg|right|380px|Charles Francis Hall with his Inuit guides, Tookoolito (left) and Ebierbing (rig
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  • ...o]], interviewed hundred of Inuit and copied down their testimony into his field notebooks. {{Image|Hall hj sm.jpg|right|380px|Charles Francis Hall with his Inuit guides, Tookoolito (left) and Ebierbing (rig
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  • ...derick Jackson Turner''' (November 14, 1861 – March 14 1932) was, with [[Charles A. Beard]], the most influential American historian of the early 20th cen Frederick Jackson Turner was born in [[Portage, Wisconsin]] into a middle class [[Yan
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  • ...Austin Beard''' (November 27, 1874 - September 1, 1948) was, along with [[Frederick Jackson Turner]], one of the most influential American historians of the ea ...4) revealed its contradictions and [[Forrest McDonald]] (1958) showed that Charles Beard had misinterpreted the economic interests involved in writing the C
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  • ...derick Jackson Turner''' (November 14, 1861 – March 14 1932) was, with [[Charles A. Beard]], the most influential American historian of the early 20th cen ...by Bread Alone': The Emergence of the Wisconsin Idea and the Departure of Frederick Jackson Turner." ''Wisconsin Magazine of History'' 2002 86(1): 10-23. [http
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