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Central African Republic

origins of science are in religion itself, and by doing so they show themselves to be even less than medieval monks! Even the first great scientists of the Renaissance were highly religious people, and Einstein too was very religious. These people couldn't shine those scientist's shoes! HM Cesidio Tallini (User:IndigoGenius) does not think that an MSN Group is "encyclopedic," but that is exactly where the Fifth World movement (Fifth World nation) was born, and the Fifth World is more than an MSN group, albeit an interesting one. The Fifth World controls at least 8 top-level domains that are even beyond powerful ICANN's control; in fact, ICANN doesn't even have jurisdiction over the TLDs of the Fifth World. And we wouldn't have it any other way. The Fifth World controls and actually owns an IPv4 network as powerful as the one the Falkland Islands owns, as powerful as the network of the Central African Republic. We can potentially act as hosts for 256 clients or servers, and I believe that is no joke. We also have among our citizens, a former Italian Minister of Parliament (Ilona Staller), a Canadian Internet Scientist that runs his own top-level domains in addition to our TLDs, and several brilliant persons of high human stature and potential. We also have the moral and other support of a Dutch multinational company. We run credible news services; a university doing pioneering research in several fields; and we run TLDs for the Savoy Royal Family, and for the government of Italy, with their knowledge and bewilderment. We support several non-profit organisations that have little or nothing to do with the Fifth World, and we enjoy the support of a few Native Americans from federally registered tribes. We are known to New York Senators, to Italian Senators, and to MEPs as well. If this is '''nonsense''', I suggest you have your head examined, or study this movement directly for further evidence. Those very words you are using against this movement could one day come back to haunt you, as has often happened to senile authorities in the past who were too quick to judge. I may not have the right to destroy my own article, but I do have the right to state briefly what the Fifth World was called by the people of Wikipedia. If you have the authority to destroy and mutilate my articles, then you will be destroyed and mutilated by my mouth. --IndigoGenius (User:IndigoGenius) 01:04, 30 May 2004 (UTC) colspan "2" left (Image:CAR_prefectures.png) colspan "2" The Central African Republic is divided into fourteen prefectures: '''Gbadolite''' or '''Gbado-Lite''' (pronounced Commons:Category:Central African Republic WikiPedia:Central African Republic Dmoz:Regional Africa Central African Republic


Falkland Islands

;scientists," but they deny or grossly ignore that the very origins of science are in religion itself, and by doing so they show themselves to be even less than medieval monks! Even the first great scientists of the Renaissance were highly religious people, and Einstein too was very religious. These people couldn't shine those scientist's shoes! HM Cesidio Tallini (User:IndigoGenius) does not think that an MSN Group is "encyclopedic," but that is exactly where the Fifth World movement (Fifth World nation) was born, and the Fifth World is more than an MSN group, albeit an interesting one. The Fifth World controls at least 8 top-level domains that are even beyond powerful ICANN's control; in fact, ICANN doesn't even have jurisdiction over the TLDs of the Fifth World. And we wouldn't have it any other way. The Fifth World controls and actually owns an IPv4 network as powerful as the one the Falkland Islands owns, as powerful as the network of the Central African Republic. We can potentially act as hosts for 256 clients or servers, and I believe that is no joke. We also have among our citizens, a former Italian Minister of Parliament (Ilona Staller), a Canadian Internet Scientist that runs his own top-level domains in addition to our TLDs, and several brilliant persons of high human stature and potential. We also have the moral and other support of a Dutch multinational company. We run credible news services; a university doing pioneering research in several fields; and we run TLDs for the Savoy Royal Family, and for the government of Italy, with their knowledge and bewilderment. We support several non-profit organisations that have little or nothing to do with the Fifth World, and we enjoy the support of a few Native Americans from federally registered tribes. We are known to New York Senators, to Italian Senators, and to MEPs as well. If this is '''nonsense''', I suggest you have your head examined, or study this movement directly for further evidence. Those very words you are using against this movement could one day come back to haunt you, as has often happened to senile authorities in the past who were too quick to judge. I may not have the right to destroy my own article, but I do have the right to state briefly what the Fifth World was called by the people of Wikipedia. If you have the authority to destroy and mutilate my articles, then you will be destroyed and mutilated by my mouth. --IndigoGenius (User:IndigoGenius) 01:04, 30 May 2004 (UTC) Army career Born the son of Major-General Norman Wheeler Major-General Norman Wheeler at Oxford Dictionary of National Biography and educated at Allhallows College in Devon WikiPedia:Falkland Islands Dmoz:Regional South America Falkland Islands Commons:Category:Falkland Islands


Liberia

was born in Richmond, Virginia in 1819 to former slaves who were each of mixed race, of European and African ancestry. Payne grew up in a highly religious Methodist family and was a devout Christian. "Payne, James Spriggs", ''Dictionary Of African Christian Biography'' His father, David M. Payne, was a Methodist minister and was ordained as a deacon by the Virginia Conference


Northern Ireland

graduating he studied theology, having always been highly religious. At university he became known for his skills in debating which were to serve him well in his later career. Although he did not join the Labour Party until 1933, he became increasingly sympathetic to the party's views. It was at this time that he met Walter Nash who may have been influential in shaping his views in health and social policy. In 1925 Nordmeyer received his ordination as a Presbyterianism Presbyterian


Philadelphia

write that his father, Dr. Crane, "was a great, fine, simple mind" who had written numerous tracts on theology. Stallman, p. 6 Although his mother was a popular spokeswoman for the Woman's Christian Temperance Union and a highly religious woman, Crane did not believe that "she was as narrow as most of her friends or family." Beer, p. 49 The young Stephen was raised primarily by his sister Agnes, who was 15 years his


Israel

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India

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