Principal language families of the world (and in some cases geographic groups of families). For greater detail, see Distribution of languages in the world.
The language families of Africa
Map of the Austronesian languages
Map of major Dravidian languages
Distribution of the Indo-European language family branches across Eurasia
Distribution of the Altaic languages across Eurasia
Area of the Papuan languages
Map of the Australian languages
Distribution of language families and isolates north of Mexico at first contact
The major South American language families

The language of the Kaskians (Kaska) of northeastern Bronze Age Anatolia in the mountains along the Black Sea coast.

- Kaskian language

Kaskian (Europa, Asia) (extinct) (perhaps related to Hattic)

- List of language families
Principal language families of the world (and in some cases geographic groups of families). For greater detail, see Distribution of languages in the world.
MacDonald in Cadets on Parade (1942)

South of the Equator is a 1924 American silent comedy adventure film directed by William James Craft and starring Kenneth MacDonald, Virginia Warwick and Gino Corrado.

- South of the Equator

South of the Equator (1924)

- Kenneth MacDonald (American actor)
MacDonald in Cadets on Parade (1942)
Logo for the group
Wallenda in Sarasota, Florida
Carla Wallenda, Karl Wallenda, Raymond Chitty, and Richard Guzman (Carla's husband), c. 1965
Wallenda (second from left), ca. 1965
Site marker at Tallulah Gorge State Park

Karl Wallenda (January 21, 1905 – March 22, 1978) was a German-American high wire artist and founder of The Flying Wallendas, a daredevil circus act which performed dangerous stunts, often without a safety net.

- Karl Wallenda

Karl Wallenda was born in Magdeburg, Germany, in 1905 to an old circus family, and began performing at the age of six.

- The Flying Wallendas
Logo for the group
Michael von Deinlein, official photograph from the Konzilsväter album, 1870
Deinlein's birthplace

German Catholic theologian and Cardinal.

- Karl-August von Reisach

He was ordained bishop on 20 November 1853 by Karl-August von Reisach.

- Michael Deinlein
M69 derby at the Ricoh Arena on 23 February 2008, which Coventry won 2–0.
Chart of historic table positions of Coventry City in the Football League.
M69 derby at the Walkers Stadium on 12 January 2008, which Leicester won 2–0.
Coventry City playing against Oxford United at Highfield Road on 13 February 1982
Coventry's Elliott Ward scores a penalty against Leicester on 23 February 2008.
Coventry City played at Highfield Road between 1899 and 2005
Coventry Building Society Arena
Rent disputes caused Coventry City to play the 2013–14 season at Sixfields Stadium in Northampton

The M69 Derby, formerly the A46 Derby, is a football match played between Coventry City and Leicester City.

- M69 derby

Leicester City are considered Coventry City's main rival and the two clubs compete the M69 Derby.

- Coventry City F.C.

Mary is best known for his work with notable acts such as Accept, Fifth Angel, Chastain, TKO, Impellitteri, House of Lords, Bonfire and Alice Cooper, and is currently the drummer of Flotsam and Jetsam.

- Ken Mary

After a period of inactivity, Sinsel put together a new TKO line-up consisting of former Culprit members, guitarist Kjartan Kristoffersen and bassist Scott Earl, and drummer Ken Mary from the band Strike.

- TKO (band)
Southbound US 41 approaching Venice business loop. Note the movement of Tamiami Trail away from mainline US 41.

30.722 mi long state highway in Kentucky that runs from Kentucky Route 120 northeast of Marion to Kentucky Route 56 in Sebree via Clay and Dixon.

- Kentucky Route 132

KY 132, which travels from KY 120 through Clay and Dixon to Sebree

- Special routes of U.S. Route 41
Southbound US 41 approaching Venice business loop. Note the movement of Tamiami Trail away from mainline US 41.
The 63rd page of the Book of Hours (Use of Utrecht), circa 1460–1465, ink, tempera, and gold on vellum, binding: brown Morocco over original wooden boards, overall: 5.9 x 11.6 cm, Cleveland Museum of Art (Cleveland, Ohio, USA)
One opening (fol. 19v-20r) of the Chigi codex, showing the Kyrie of Ockeghem's Missa Ecce ancilla Domini. Cantus and tenor are on the left page, contratenor and bassus on right.
Illuminated manuscripts housed in the 16th-century Ethiopian Orthodox church of Ura Kidane Mehret, Zege Peninsula, Lake Tana, Ethiopia
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The author of a manuscript at his writing desk. 14th Century
A common process of manuscripts illumination from the creation of the quire to the binding
A 13th-century manuscript illumination, the earliest known depiction of Archbishop Thomas Becket's assassination in 1170
The 11th-century Tyniec Sacramentary was written with gold on a purple background. National Library of Poland, Warsaw.
Leaf from a Byzantine Psalter and New Testament; 1079; ink, tempera and gold on vellum; sheet: 16.3 x 10.9 cm; Cleveland Museum of Art (Cleveland, Ohio, USA)
Definitions of Philosophy of David the Invincible; 1280; vellum; Matenadaran (Yerevan, Armenia)
Detail from Bifolium with Christ in Majesty in an Initial A, from an Antiphonary; circa 1405; tempera, gold, and ink on parchment; Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York City)
Leaf from a Book of Hours; circa 1460; ink, tempera and gold on vellum; leaf: 19.7 x 14.3 cm; Cleveland Museum of Art
Detail of a L from Benedictine Antiphonary; by Belbello da Pavia; circa 1467–1470; tempera, gold, and ink on parchment, binding: leather over wood boards with copper alloy corner mounts and bosses; Metropolitan Museum of Art
Leaf from a Gradual: Initial P with the Nativity; 1495; ink, tempera and gold on vellum; each leaf: 59.8 x 4.1 cm; Cleveland Museum of Art
Hours of Queen Isabella the Catholic, Queen of Spain; circa 1500; ink, tempera, and gold on vellum; codex: 22.5 x 15.2 cm; Cleveland Museum of Art
Farnese Hours, an example of a Renaissance illuminated page; by Giulio Clovio; 1537–1546; illumination on parchment; height: 17.1 cm, width: 11.1 cm; Morgan Library & Museum (New York City)
Four Evangelists; 1572–1585; height: 41.3 cm, width: 27.7 cm; from Italy, probably Rome; Morgan Library & Museum
Al-Quran, 1591–92, from Safavid Iran; Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum (Istanbul)

At larger cathedrals, choirbooks were sometimes lavishly decorated and illuminated.

- Choirbook

Books ranged in size from ones smaller than a modern paperback, such as the pocket gospel, to very large ones such as choirbooks for choirs to sing from, and "Atlantic" bibles, requiring more than one person to lift them.

- Illuminated manuscript
The 63rd page of the Book of Hours (Use of Utrecht), circa 1460–1465, ink, tempera, and gold on vellum, binding: brown Morocco over original wooden boards, overall: 5.9 x 11.6 cm, Cleveland Museum of Art (Cleveland, Ohio, USA)

The county council was initially based at the Town Hall in Kendal and then, from 1939, based at the County Offices in Kendal.

- Westmorland County Council

Following the implementation of the Local Government Act 1888, which established county councils in every county, the building also became the meeting place for Westmorland County Council.

- Kendal Town Hall

3.299 mi state highway in the U.S. State of Kentucky.

- Kentucky Route 2054

Its southern terminus is at U.S. Route 31W (US 31W), US 60 and KY 841 in Louisville and its northern terminus is at KY 2054 in Louisville.

- Kentucky Route 1934