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Lists & Such[edit]

"2014 Baby"

This is a list of Magic: The Gathering card illustrators. I got it from some MTG site. I wikified the list to see how many were "notable". When I first did it in 2004, there were very, very few blue links - maybe 10. Through the magic of Wikipedia, the list has slowly been transformed. I had nothing to do with this.

  1. Aaron Boyd
  2. Adam Rex
  3. Adrian Smith
  4. Alan Pollack
  5. Alan Rabinowitz
  6. Alex Horley
  7. Alex Horley-Orlandelli
  8. Alton Lawson
  9. Amy Weber
  10. Andi Rusu
  11. Andrew Goldhawk
  12. Andrew Robinson
  13. Anson Maddocks
  14. Anthony S. Waters
  15. Anthony Szczudlo
  16. Anthony Waters
  17. April Lee
  18. Arnie Swekel
  19. Doug Keith
  20. BB Petillo
  21. Ben Thompson
  22. Berry
  23. Bill Sienkiewicz
  24. Blackie del Rio
  25. Bob Eggleton
  26. Bob Petillo
  27. Brad Williams
  28. Bradley Williams
  29. Brian "Chippy" Dugan
  30. Brian Despain
  31. Brian Durfee
  32. Brian Horton
  33. Brian Snoddy
  34. Brom
  35. Bryan Talbot
  36. Bryon Wackwitz
  37. Carl Critchlow
  38. Carl Frank
  39. Carol Heyer
  40. Cecil Fernando
  41. Charles Gillespie
  42. Chippy
  43. Christopher Moeller
  44. Christopher Rush
  45. Ciruelo
  46. Ciruelo Cabral
  47. Cliff Nielsen
  48. Clint Langley
  49. Clyde Caldwell
  50. Colin MacNeil
  51. Corey Macourek
  52. Cornelius Brudi
  53. Craig Hooper
  54. D. Alexander Gregory
  55. D. J. Cleland-Hura
  56. D.J. Cleland-Hura
  57. Dameon Willich
  58. Dan Frazier
  59. Dana Knutson
  60. Daniel Frazier
  61. Daniel Gelon
  62. Daniel R. Horne
  63. Dany Orizio
  64. Darbury Stenderu
  65. Daren Bader
  66. Darrell Riche
  67. Dave Dorman
  68. Dave Seeley
  69. David A Cherry
  70. David Day
  71. David Martin
  72. David Monette
  73. David O'Connor
  74. David Seeley
  75. Dennis Detwiller
  76. Dermot Power
  77. DiTerlizzi
  78. Diana Vick
  79. Dom!
  80. Don Hazeltine
  81. Donato Giancola
  82. Doug Alexander
  83. Doug Chaffee
  84. Doug Keith
  85. Doug Shuler
  86. Douglas Shuler
  87. Drew Tucker
  88. Dylan Martens
  89. Edward Beard, Jr.
  90. Edward P. Beard, Jr.
  91. Eric David Anderson
  92. Eric Peterson
  93. Fay Jones
  94. Frank Kelly Freas
  95. Franz Vohwinkel
  96. Fred Fields
  97. Fred Rahmqvist
  98. Gao Yan
  99. Gary Gianni
  100. Gary Leach
  101. Gary Ruddell
  102. Geofrey Darrow
  103. George Pratt
  104. Gerry Grace
  105. Glen Angus
  106. Greg Hildebrandt
  107. Greg Simanson
  108. Greg Spalenka
  109. Greg Staples
  110. Hannibal King
  111. Harold McNeill
  112. Hazeltine
  113. Heather Hudson
  114. Henry G. Higgenbotham
  115. Henry Van Der Linde
  116. Hugh Jamieson
  117. Iain McCaig
  118. Ian Miller
  119. Ittoku
  120. J. W. Frost
  121. Jacques Bredy
  122. James Allen
  123. James Bernardin
  124. James Ernest
  125. Janet Aulisio
  126. Janine Johnston
  127. Jason Alexander Behnke
  128. Jeff A. Menges
  129. Jeff Easley
  130. Jeff Laubenstein
  131. Jeff Miracola
  132. Jeff Reitz
  133. Jeff Remmer
  134. Jeffrey R. Busch
  135. Jeremy Jarvis
  136. Jerry Tiritilli
  137. Jesper Myrfors
  138. Jim Murray
  139. Jim Nelson
  140. Joel Biske
  141. John Avon
  142. John Coulthart
  143. John Gallagher
  144. John Howe
  145. John Matson
  146. Jon Foster
  147. Jon J Muth
  148. Julie Baroh
  149. Justin Hampton
  150. Justin Sweet
  151. Kaja Foglio
  152. Keith Garletts
  153. Keith Parkinson
  154. Ken Meyer, Jr.
  155. Kerstin Kaman
  156. Kev Brockschmidt
  157. Kev Walker
  158. Kevin Murphy
  159. Kevin Walker
  160. Kipling West
  161. Kristen Bishop
  162. Kunio Hagio
  163. L. A. Williams
  164. L.A. Williams
  165. Larry Elmore
  166. Lars Grant-West
  167. Lawrence Snelly
  168. Li Tie
  169. Liz Danforth
  170. Lou Harrison
  171. Luca Zontini
  172. Marc Fishman
  173. Margaret Organ-Kean
  174. Margaret Organ-Keen
  175. Mark Brill
  176. Mark Harrison
  177. Mark Nelson
  178. Mark Poole
  179. Mark Romanoski
  180. Mark Rosewater
  181. Mark Tedin
  182. Mark Zug
  183. Martina Pilcerova
  184. Massimilano Frezzato
  185. Matt Cavatto
  186. Matt Cavotta
  187. Matt Stawicki
  188. Matt Thompson
  189. Matt Wilson
  190. Matthew D. Wilson
  191. Matthew Mitchell
  192. Matthew Wilson
  193. Melissa A. Benson
  194. Melissa Benson
  195. Michael Danza
  196. Michael Koelsch
  197. Michael Sutfin
  198. Michael Weaver
  199. Michael Whelan
  200. Mike Dringenberg
  201. Mike Kerr
  202. Mike Kimble
  203. Mike Ploog
  204. Mike Raabe
  205. Mike Sass
  206. Monte Michael Moore
  207. Monte Moore
  208. Nathalie Hertz
  209. Ne Ne Thomas
  210. NeNe Thomas
  211. Nelson DeCastro
  212. Nene Thomas
  213. Nicola Leonard
  214. Nottsuo
  215. NéNé Thomas
  216. Omaha Perez
  217. Orizio Daniele
  218. Paolo Parente
  219. Pat Morrissey
  220. Patrick Faricy
  221. Patrick Kochakji
  222. Paul Lee
  223. Pete Venters
  224. Peter Bollinger
  225. Phil Foglio
  226. Puddnhead
  227. Qiao Dafu
  228. Quinton Hoover
  229. Randy Asplund-Faith
  230. Randy Elliott
  231. Randy Gallegos
  232. Randy Post
  233. Ray Lago
  234. Rebecca Guay
  235. Richard Kane-Ferguson
  236. Richard Thomas
  237. Rick Emond
  238. Rick Farrell
  239. Rob Alexander
  240. Robert Bliss
  241. Robh Ruppel
  242. Roger Raupp
  243. Rogerio Vilela
  244. Romas Kukalis
  245. Ron Chironna
  246. Ron Spears
  247. Ron Spencer
  248. Ron Walotsky
  249. Ruth Thompson
  250. Sam Wood
  251. Sandra Everingham
  252. Scott Bailey
  253. Scott Fischer
  254. Scott Hampton
  255. Scott Kirschner
  256. Scott M. Fischer
  257. Sean McConnell
  258. Stephanie Law
  259. Stephen Daniele
  260. Stephen L. Walsh
  261. Stephen Tappin
  262. Steve Firchow
  263. Steve Luke
  264. Steve White
  265. Stuart Griffin
  266. Sue Ellen Brown
  267. Susan Van Camp
  268. Ted Naifeh
  269. Terese Nielsen
  270. Terese Nielson
  271. Terry Springer
  272. Thomas Gianni
  273. Thomas M. Baxa
  274. Tim Hildebrandt
  275. Todd Lockwood
  276. Tom Fleming
  277. Tom Gianni
  278. Tom Kyffin
  279. Tom Wanerstrand
  280. Tom Wänerstrand
  281. Tony Diterlizzi
  282. Tony Roberts
  283. Tony Szczudlo
  284. Trevor Hairsine
  285. Tristan Elwell
  286. Una Fricker
  287. Val Mayerik
  288. Vance Kovacs
  289. Vincent Evans
  290. Wayne England
  291. William O'Connor
  292. William Simpson
  293. Z. Plucinski
  294. Zak Plucinski
  295. Zina Saunders
  296. rk post

On Wikipedia[edit]

All episode guides and individual episode articles should be deleted as fancruft, unless otherwise noted for cultural impact. User:Ian Pugh

I say keep them. I think wikipedia's fancruft and details are a strength, not a weakness. That is what distinguishes wikipedia from other encyclopedias and also what draws in new contributors. General knowledge is not exactly hard to come by, but minutiae often are. Television is a pervasive and ubiquitous medium and popular (not just culturally significant) shows translate well to a compendium of society's knowledge. Wikipedia is a long-term project and credibility is a short-term guess of other's views based on what you see now. Worrying about Wikipedia's mythical credibility by deleting things isn't particularly productive in my view. Today's Pokemon and Buffy contributors are our future leaders and thinkers. Embracing their contributions now encourages more important contributions in the future. I have no objection to re-arranging episodes into larger collections of episodes, preferably in a manner that makes them all a nice length for an article. The Steve 22:17, Oct 6, 2004 (UTC)

Rhyne[edit]

A rhyne is a running waterway that links a ditch or stream to a river.

Some sources claim that rhyne is derived from the Irish word rathin, a diminutive of rath —a circular mound or entrenchment. 1

Rhynes represent an early method of swamp or marsh drainage. Large sections of swampland were completely surrounded by trenches deep enough to drain the water from the encircled mound and leave the land relatively dry. Regular clearing and dredging is necessary to keep the rhynes clear of debris so that they flow freely. Rhynes have been used extensively in the United Kingdom, especially on marshy coastal areas such as Weston-super-Mare, and many of them are still in use today. The rhynes near Wembdon village have some early references, including Fichet's rhyne in 1579 and the Great or Wildmarsh rhyne in 1705 2.

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Rhyne 2[edit]

Rhyne (Somerset) or Reen (South Wales) is a dialect word meaning a drainage ditch or canal, used to turn areas of wetland at around sea level into useful pasture. Water levels (and hence the level of the water table) will usually be controlled by a system of sluice gates and pumps, allowing the land to become wetter at times of the year when this will improve grass growth. Rhynes represent an early method of swamp or marsh drainage. Large sections of swampland were completely surrounded by trenches deep enough to drain the water from the encircled mound and leave the land relatively dry. Regular clearing and dredging is necessary to keep the rhynes clear of debris so that they flow freely. Rhynes have been used extensively in the United Kingdom, especially on marshy coastal areas such as Weston-super-Mare, and many of them are still in use today. The rhynes near Wembdon village have some early references, including Fichet's rhyne in 1579 and the Great or Wildmarsh rhyne in 1705 1.

Both words have the same pronunciation, which is "reen" in most variants of English: (IPA: /riːn/)

Some sources claim that rhyne is derived from the Irish word rathin, a diminutive of rath —a circular mound or entrenchment. 2 3

Category:Hydrology Category:Civil engineering