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The result was speedy delete, G7; page blanked by user. User blocked by OrangeMike. Blueboy96 21:43, 28 October 2008 (UTC)====User:ウィキペディア帝国神聖皇帝リヒャルト1世====The user's page was deleted as mischief in Japanese Wikipedia. And the page means all user of Wikipedia must obedience ウィキペディア帝国神聖皇帝リヒャルト1世 (I'm Japanese and my English may be wrong.) -- TTTNIS (talk) 10:25, 27 October 2008 (UTC) read more

Consort Feng Yuan

Consort Feng Yuan (馮媛, imperial title ''Zhaoyi'' (昭儀), died 6 BC) was an imperial consort during China's Han Dynasty. She was a favorite of Emperor Yuan. She was viewed largely positively for her heroism and (presumed) humility, and viewed sympathetically for her death at the hand of her romantic rival Consort Fu.==Family background==It is not known when Feng Yuan was born. Her father Feng Fengshi (馮奉世) was a famous general during the reign of Emperor Xuan, and continued to serve... read more

Hideyo

Hideyo (written: 英世 or 秀世) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include: read more

Tang Ti-sheng

Tang Ti-sheng () (June 18, 1917 - September 15, 1959), born Tang Kang-nien (), was a Cantonese opera playwright, scriptwriter, and film director. His contributions to Cantonese opera significantly influenced Hong Kong's reform and development of the genre beginning in the late 1930s. During his twenty-year career, Tang composed over 400 operas and achieved immense popularity within the Cantonese opera scene. He also wrote the film scripts adapted from his own operas, directed the movies and at times... read more

Kenichi Serada

Kenichi Serada (世良田 顕一, born October 20, 1973) is a former Japanese football player. read more

Tadayo

Tadayo (written: 忠世) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include: read more

Hisayo

Hisayo (written: 久代, 久世) is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include: read more

Sengge Rinchen

==Background==Sengge Rinchen was from the Horqin Left Back Banner in Inner Mongolia and was a member of the Borjigin clan. He was a 26th generation descendant of Qasar, a brother of Genghis Khan. His name is made up of two Tibetan words, "Sengge" (Tibetan: སེང་གེ་) and "Rinchen" (Tibetan: རིན་ཆེན་), which mean "lion" and "treasure" respectively. When he was a child, he was adopted by Suotenamuduobuji (索特納木多布濟), a jasagh of the Horqin Left Back Banner and... read more

Eastern Wu family trees

This article contains the family trees of members of the Sun clan, who ruled the state of Eastern Wu (229–280) in the Three Kingdoms period (220–280) in China.==Sun Jian, Sun Qiang and Sun Jing==Sun Jian was an alleged descendant of Sun Wu, the author of ''The Art of War''.(孫堅字文臺,吳郡富春人,蓋孫武之後也。) ''Sanguozhi'' vol. 46.Sun Jian and Sun Qiang were twin brothers.(父羌字聖壹,堅同產兄也。) ''Sanguozhi'' vol. 51. Sun Jing was a younger brother of Sun... read more

Feng Xifan

Feng Xifan (birth and death dates unknown), pseudonym Xifan (希範), was an official and general of the Kingdom of Tungning in Taiwan in the 17th century. He was from Longxi County, which is around present-day Qiling Village, Longwen District, Zhangzhou, Fujian Province.==Life==Feng Xifan's father, Feng Chengshi (馮澄世), served as an official in the court of Koxinga (Zheng Chenggong), the founder of Tungning. When the forces of the Manchu-led Qing dynasty conquered Beijing (the capital of the... read more

Fuqing dialect

Fuqing dialect (福清話, BUC: Hók-chiăng-uâ, IPA:), or Hokchia, is a Eastern Min dialect. It is spoken in the county-level city of Fuqing, situated within the prefecture-level city of Fuzhou. It is not completely mutually intelligible with Fuzhou dialect.== Phonology ==The Fuqing dialect has fifteen initials, forty-six rimes, and seven tones.=== Initials ===Including null initials, the Fuqing dialect has fifteen initials, excluding the phonemes and , which are used in spoken speech as mutations.(The... read more

Shiben

The (2nd century BCE) ''Shiben'' 世本 or ''Book of Origins'' was the earliest Chinese encyclopedia of origins, which recorded imperial genealogies from the mythical Three Sovereigns and Five Emperors down to the late Spring and Autumn period (771-476 BCE), explanations of the origin of clan names, and records of legendary and historical inventors.==Title==The title combines the common Chinese words ''shì'' 世 "generation; epoch; hereditary; world" and ''běn'' 本 "root; stem; origin; fundament;... read more

Kazuyo

Kazuyo (written: 和世 or 和代) is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include: read more

Haruyo

Haruyo (written: 春代 or 春世) is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include: read more

Biosphere (album)

''Biosphere ~Shinsekai~'' (新世界) is the 17th studio album by the Japanese metal band Loudness. It was released only in Japan, in 2002. read more

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