27th Infantry Division shoulder sleeve insignia. The red stars depict the Orion constellation, punning on the surname of the division's World War I commander John F. O'Ryan. The Red circle on the outside is an "O", also for "O'Ryan".  The letters inside form the monogram "NYD", for "New York Division".
Buckner Hall at Fort McClellan in 2014.
On the march
WAC Area, Fort McClellan, 1954
Square Division example: 1918 US Infantry Division. On the far left can be seen two Brigades of two Regiments each
College juniors in a map reading course at WAC School, Fort McClellan, instructed by Capt. Ann B. Smith, July 1964.
Triangular Division example: 1942 U.S. infantry division.

On 15 October 1940, the division was called into federal service, and sent to Fort McClellan, Alabama, for training.

- 27th Infantry Division (United States)

In October 1940, the 27th Infantry Division of the New York National Guard was inducted into federal service and sent to Fort McClellan.

- Fort McClellan
Copy of a letter of marque and reprisal issued by Maurice, Prince of Orange to Captain Johan de Moor from Vlissingen for South America, 1 June 1618, page 1
British prize court in World War I
Letter of marque given to Captain Antoine Bollo via the shipowner Dominique Malfino from Genoa, owner of the Furet, a 15-tonne privateer, 27 February 1809
Drake viewing treasure taken from a Spanish ship, print courtesy New York Public Library
The body of Captain William Kidd hanging in a gibbet over the Thames, the result of confusion over whether Captain Kidd took prizes legally under a letter of marque, or illegally as a pirate.

A prize court is a court (or even a single individual, such as an ambassador or consul) authorized to consider whether prizes have been lawfully captured, typically whether a ship has been lawfully captured or seized in time of war or under the terms of the seizing ship's letters of marque and reprisal.

- Prize court

A prize court's formal condemnation was required to transfer title; otherwise the vessel's previous owners might well reclaim her on her next voyage, and seek damages for the confiscated cargo.

- Letter of marque
Blueberry, strawberry, apricot, orange and apple jams
Sweet foods, such as this strawberry shortcake, are often eaten for dessert.
Five varieties of fruit preserves (clockwise from top): apple, quince, plum, squash, orange (in the center)
Boys Pilfering Molasses – On The Quays, New Orleans, 1853 painting by George Henry Hall
Jars of confiture and gelée for sale in Colmar, France
Sweetness is perceived by the taste buds.
Yuja-cheong (preserved yuja)
Lugduname is the sweetest chemical known.
Strawberry varenye (murabba)
Lingonberry jam on toast
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Homemade English marmalade
Jam being made in a pot
A copper preserving pan

It is used in some jellies and other fruit preserves to bring out their fruit flavors by suppressing their otherwise strong sweetness.

- Sweetness

Both types contain fruit, fruit pulp or canned fruit and are boiled with water and a sweetening ingredient.

- Fruit preserves
The British Government asks travelers arriving at London Stansted Airport not to destroy their travel documents, in order to be able to adjudicate their eligibility to enter the country
Former-Foreign Office Minister Baroness Anelay speaking at the Commemorating Human Rights Day event in London, 8 December 2016.
European Union Freedom-of-Movement Area
In miniature book
Hongping, Shennongjia District - within a section of Hubei province closed to foreign visitors
Distribution map of Islam in the world.
An internal Israeli checkpoint near the town of Bethlehem.
The map shows the per cent Muslim population in each nation, worldwide. The grey colour for a nation means near zero per cent of the population in that nation is Muslim.
Palestinians queue to pass through a checkpoint between neighborhoods in the city of Hebron.
The Svalbard area is an entirely visa-free zone.

Articles 12–17 set forth the rights of the individual towards the community, including freedom of movement and residence within each state, the right of property and the right to a nationality.

- Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Freedom of movement in France is ruled both by The Universal Declaration of Human Rights of 1948 and the Schengen Agreement of 1990, promoting freedom of movement and no more borders controls for European citizen on the European territory.

- Freedom of movement
Portrait of Tullia d'Aragona
A 19th century etching of a farmer consulting with his doctor, vicar and lawyer

So large it had to be broken up into several pages.

- Lists of philosophers

Philosophers

- Lists of people by occupation
Portrait of Tullia d'Aragona
Salvator Rosa, Portrait of a Philosopher

List of philosophers (R–Z)

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List of philosophers

- List of philosophers (R–Z)
Portrait of Tullia d'Aragona
Salvator Rosa, Portrait of a Philosopher

List of philosophers (I–Q)

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List of philosophers

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Portrait of Tullia d'Aragona
Salvator Rosa, Portrait of a Philosopher

List of philosophers (D–H)

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List of philosophers

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Portrait of Tullia d'Aragona
Salvator Rosa, Portrait of a Philosopher

List of philosophers (A–C)

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List of philosophers

- List of philosophers (A–C)
Portrait of Tullia d'Aragona
The School of Athens (1509–1511) by Raphael, depicting famous classical Greek philosophers in an idealized setting inspired by ancient Greek architecture.

See also Lists of philosophers.

- List of metaphysicians

List of metaphysicians

- Lists of philosophers