Composite numbers can be arranged into rectangles but prime numbers cannot
Zhang in 2014
The Rhind Mathematical Papyrus
Plot of the absolute values of the zeta function, showing some of its features
The Gaussian primes with norm less than 500
The small gear in this piece of farm equipment has 13 teeth, a prime number, and the middle gear has 21, relatively prime to 13
The sieve of Eratosthenes starts with all numbers unmarked (gray). It repeatedly finds the first unmarked number, marks it as prime (dark colors) and marks its square and all later multiples as composite (lighter colors). After marking the multiples of 2 (red), 3 (green), 5 (blue), and 7 (yellow), all primes up to the square root of the table size have been processed, and all remaining unmarked numbers (11, 13, etc.) are marked as primes (magenta).
The connected sum of two prime knots
Construction of a regular pentagon using straightedge and compass. This is only possible because 5 is a Fermat prime.

A twin prime is a prime number that is either 2 less or 2 more than another prime number—for example, either member of the twin prime pair (41, 43).

- Twin prime

These include Goldbach's conjecture, that every even integer greater than 2 can be expressed as the sum of two primes, and the twin prime conjecture, that there are infinitely many pairs of primes having just one even number between them.

- Prime number

On April 17, 2013, Zhang announced a proof that states there are infinitely many pairs of prime numbers that differ by 70 million or less.

- Yitang Zhang
Composite numbers can be arranged into rectangles but prime numbers cannot
Déby in 2014
Déby in 2012
Idriss Déby giving an interview in his office, 2004
Idriss Deby with Obamas in August 2014
Idriss Déby Itno and Chadian First Lady waiting to vote, April 2016
Marshal Idriss Déby Itno in 2020

After Idriss Déby, an army commander who participated in an unsuccessful plot against President Hissène Habré in 1989, fled to Sudan, he and his supporters, known as the 1 April Movement, operated from Sudan with Libyan backing and carried out attacks across the border into Chad.

- Patriotic Salvation Movement

A referendum in 2005 had led to changes to the constitution that made it possible for President Idriss Déby to run for a third term; having come to power in December 1990, he had previously won elections in 1996 and 2001.

- 2006 Chadian presidential election

Throughout his presidency, his Patriotic Salvation Movement was the dominant party.

- Idriss Déby
Déby in 2014
Sidney Nolan, 1940s, by Albert Tucker
Heide I, a former farmhouse and now one of the museum's exhibition spaces
Heide I, where Nolan painted the majority of his early Ned Kelly works
Members of the Heide Circle, including the Reeds and Sidney Nolan, gathered in the library at Heide I, 1942
The Trial, held at the National Gallery of Australia, is one of 27 paintings comprising Nolan's 1946–47 Ned Kelly series.
Heide II
In 1952, Nolan documented the effects of drought in outback Queensland. His photographs of desiccated animals were a catalyst for his later drought paintings.
Grave of Sidney Nolan in Highgate Cemetery
Rings of Saturn - Inge King
The Museum of Old and New Art in Hobart, Tasmania was built to accommodate Nolan's Snake (1970–72), a giant Rainbow Serpent mural made of 1,620 individual paintings.
Detail of the three-dimensional frieze at the base of the Nolan apartment building in Docklands, Melbourne, inspired by Nolan's abstracted depiction of Ned Kelly's helmet and the Australian landscape
The Running Man

Reed's youngest sister, Cynthia later married artist and printmaker Sidney Nolan.

- John Reed (art patron)

The museum occupies the site of a former dairy farm owned by prominent arts benefactors John and Sunday Reed.

- Heide Museum of Modern Art

Nolan was a close friend of the arts patrons John and Sunday Reed, and is regarded as one of the leading figures of the so-called "Heide Circle" that also included Albert Tucker, Joy Hester, Arthur Boyd and John Perceval.

- Sidney Nolan
Sidney Nolan, 1940s, by Albert Tucker
Talib with the Denver Broncos in 2017
Barber in the 2012 NFL season.
Logo in use since 2014
Talib in 2007 with Kansas
Barber (shown here in the 2006 Pro Bowl) is a five-time Pro Bowl pick.
NFL on Fox logo used from 1998 to 2002.
Talib with the Patriots in the 2013 postseason
Barber (20) in a 2006 game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
NFL on Fox logo used from 2003 to 2005.
Talib with the Denver Broncos in 2014
NFL on Fox logo used from 2006 to 2013.
Talib with the Denver Broncos in 2016
Alternate NFL on Fox logo used from 2003 to 2013.
The NFL on Fox booth at Candlestick Park during a game on November 16, 2008. Matt Vasgersian and J.C. Pearson are calling the game.

In 2020, he made his debut as an analyst for Fox announcing a game between the Detroit Lions and Washington Football Team.

- Aqib Talib

Most interceptions in a game: 3 (tied with Aqib Talib and Andrew Adams)

- Ronde Barber

David Diehl replaced Billick as Thom Brennaman's analyst, while Ronde Barber replaced Ryan as Chris Myers' analyst.

- NFL on Fox
Talib with the Denver Broncos in 2017
Cash in 1977
Al Green
Sun Studio, 706 Union Avenue, Memphis
Cash's boyhood home in Dyess, Arkansas, where he lived from the age of three in 1935 until he finished high school in 1950; the property, pictured here in 2021, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The home was renovated in 2011 to look as it did when Cash was a child.
Elvis Presley
78 demo record from Sam Phillips studio in Memphis
Publicity photo for Sun Records, 1955
Johnny Cash
The Tennessee Three with Cash in 1963
Justin Timberlake
Cash in 1969
Cash advocated prison reform at his July 1972 meeting with President Richard Nixon
Cash performing in Bremen, West Germany, in September 1972
Cash in the "one piece at a time" Cadillac
The Highwaymen members Kris Kristofferson, Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson
Johnny Cash sings with a Navy lieutenant during a military event c. undefined January 1987
Cash with President George W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush in 2002
Cash's grave located at Hendersonville Memory Gardens in Hendersonville, Tennessee
Cash and his second wife, June Carter, in 1969
The clothes and guitar of Johnny Cash on exhibit in the Artist Gallery of the Musical Instrument Museum of Phoenix

He was the founder of Sun Records and Sun Studio in Memphis, Tennessee, where he produced recordings by Elvis Presley, Roy Orbison, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash, and Howlin' Wolf.

- Sam Phillips

Sam Phillips

- Memphis Music Hall of Fame

He auditioned for Sam Phillips by singing mostly gospel songs, only to learn from the producer that he no longer recorded gospel music.

- Johnny Cash
Prince Ernst Heinrich in 1911
William IV of Luxembourg
Prince Ernst Heinrich in 1906

Princess Sophie Caroline Marie Wilhelmine of Luxembourg (14 February 1902 – 24 May 1941) was the sixth and youngest daughter of Grand Duke William IV and his wife, Infanta Marie Anne of Portugal.

- Princess Sophie of Luxembourg

He married on 12 April 1921 in the Nymphenburg Palace to Sophie (14 February 1902 – 24 May 1941), the youngest sister of Charlotte, Grand Duchess of Luxembourg and of Rupprecht's wife Princess Antonia of Luxembourg.

- Prince Ernst Heinrich of Saxony

Princess Sophie (14 February 1902 in Berg Castle – 24 May 1941 in Munich), married at Schloss Hohenburg on 12 April 1921 Prince Ernst Heinrich of Saxony (9 December 1896 in Dresden – 14 June 1971 in Neckarhausen), youngest son of king Frederick Augustus III of Saxony, and had issue

- William IV, Grand Duke of Luxembourg
East Village Other (April 16 – May 1, 1967)
Deitch in 2004
Lynch at the 2014 New York Comic Con
Allen Katzman, Bill Beckman and Walter Bowart in the EVO office.
Lean Years (1974), a Cartoonists Co-op Press one-shot with cover art by Deitch.
Jay Lynch self-portrait for The Comics Journal #114 (February 1987)

It was an important publication for the underground comix movement, featuring comic strips by artists including Robert Crumb, Kim Deitch, Trina Robbins, Spain Rodriguez, Gilbert Shelton and Art Spiegelman before underground comic books emerged from San Francisco with the first issue of Zap Comix.

- East Village Other

Lynch soon graduated to professional humor magazines like Sick, Cracked, and The Realist; and when the underground press movement started in the mid-1960s he became a regular contributor to papers like the Chicago Seed, and (thanks to the Underground Press Syndicate) the Berkeley Barb, the East Village Other, Fifth Estate, and others.

- Jay Lynch

Deitch regularly contributed comical, psychedelia-tinged comic strips (featuring the flower child "Sunshine Girl" and "Uncle Ed, The India Rubber Man") to New York City's premier underground newspaper, the East Village Other, beginning in 1967.

- Kim Deitch
East Village Other (April 16 – May 1, 1967)
Steven Johnson at the 2008 Hamilton 400.
The Ford BA Falcon of Craig Lowndes and Yvan Muller at the 2005 Bathurst 1000.
The team is currently branded as Shell V-Power Racing
Triple Eight won their first "Bathurst 1000" when this Ford Falcon BA was driven to victory in the 2006 Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 by Craig Lowndes and Jamie Whincup. The car is pictured in 2018
Dick Johnson driving a Holden EH at Lakeside in November 1969
The Ford FG Falcon of Craig Lowndes at Queensland Raceway.
1981 Tru-Blu sponsored Ford XD Falcon
The Holden VE Commodore of Jamie Whincup at Queensland Raceway.
A Ford Sierra RS500 Cosworth that was campaigned by DJR throughout 1990, 1991 and 1992, pictured in 2015.
The team's Holden VF Commodores at Sydney Motorsport Park in 2015.
The Dick Johnson Racing Ford Falcon AU with which Steven Johnson and Paul Radisich won the 2001 Queensland 500. The car is pictured in 2018
The team expanded to three cars in 2016, Lowndes in Team Vortex colours pictured
The Ford FG Falcon of Steven Johnson at the 2010 Clipsal 500
The team was branded as the RedBull Holden Racing Team from 2017 until 2020
The Ford FG Falcon of James Moffat at the 2011 Clipsal 500
Holden ZB Commodore in 2018
The Ford FG Falcon of Steven Johnson at the 2012 Clipsal 500
Holden ZB Commodore of Shane van Gisbergen in 2021
The Ford FG Falcon of Tim Blanchard at the 2013 Clipsal 500
The Ford FG Falcon of Scott Pye at the 2014 Sydney Motorsport Park 400
The Ford FG X Falcon of Scott Pye and Marcos Ambrose at the 2015 Wilson Security Sandown 500
The Ford FG X Falcon of Scott McLaughlin at the 2017 Clipsal 500 Adelaide
The Ford Mustang GT of Scott McLaughlin and Fabian Coulthard at the 2019 Bathurst 1000

The team moved away from self-built cars, buying two Triple Eight Race Engineering Commodore VEs.

- Paul Morris Motorsport

It has provided chassis for Dick Johnson Racing (2009–2012), Paul Morris Motorsport (2010–2012), Tekno Autosports (2010–2021), Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport (2012–2017), Team 18 (2016–present), Matt Stone Racing (2018–present) and PremiAir Racing (2022–present).

- Triple Eight Race Engineering

Two Triple Eight built Falcon FGs were purchased with Courtney winning at the Townsville 400 and Sydney 500.

- Dick Johnson Racing
An electron micrograph of rotavirus, the cause of nearly 40% of hospitalizations from diarrhea in children under five
Micrograph showing inflammation of the large bowel in a case of inflammatory bowel disease. Colonic biopsy. H&E stain.
Diagram of stomach, intestines and rectum in the average human
Bristol stool chart
Associated loci pane. Pink genes are in IBD associated loci, blue are not.
Illustration of the small intestine
Diagram of the human gastrointestinal tract
Poverty often leads to unhygienic living conditions, as in this community in the Indian Himalayas. Such conditions promote contraction of diarrheal diseases, as a result of poor sanitation and hygiene.
A person consuming oral rehydration solution
Deaths due to diarrhoeal diseases per million persons in 2012
Disability-adjusted life year for diarrhea per 100,000 inhabitants in 2004 
no data
< 500
> 6000

The most common cause is an infection of the intestines due to either a virus, bacterium, or parasite—a condition also known as gastroenteritis.

- Diarrhea

In spite of Crohn's and UC being very different diseases, both may present with any of the following symptoms: abdominal pain, diarrhea, rectal bleeding, severe internal cramps/muscle spasms in the region of the pelvis and weight loss.

- Inflammatory bowel disease

Inflammatory bowel disease is an inflammatory condition affecting the bowel walls, and includes the subtypes Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis.

- Gastrointestinal tract
An electron micrograph of rotavirus, the cause of nearly 40% of hospitalizations from diarrhea in children under five
Karvan at Woman of Style Awards, Red Carpet, May 2015
Karvan at Woman of Style Awards, Red Carpet, May 2015
Karvan at the 2012 AACTA Awards
Karvan's plaque at the Australian Film Walk of Fame, Ritz Cinema, Randwick, Sydney
Karvan and long-term partner, Jeremy Sparks, May 2013

Saved is a 2009 Australian telemovie starring Claudia Karvan and Osamah Sami.

- Saved (telemovie)

He has been cast in several leading roles; one opposite Claudia Karvan in the telemovie Saved, directed by Tony Ayres.

- Osamah Sami

The telemovie, Saved (2009), had her depicting Julia, an advocate for a detainee, asylum seeker, Amir (Osamah Sami).

- Claudia Karvan
Karvan at Woman of Style Awards, Red Carpet, May 2015