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   degrees in a   
Straight Angle
   refers to   
Ancient, Medieval, Oriental Philosophy
Sum of the Angles in a Triangle
   has the mathematical formula   
It’s curious to note that in non-Euclidean Geometry, the same sum will be either < 180 or > 180, but never = 180
Median, Angle Bisector, the Three Angles Adding to 180 Degrees
   are all   
Parts Always Found Inside an Obtuse Triangle
Marcus Aurelius
   was Roman Emperor during   
161 AD - 180 AD
Co-Emperor with Lucius Verus.
   is the sub-category for   
Ancient Medieval, Oriental Philosophy
   is a bundle word for   
180 Yard Hole
Lake Ellesmere
   has a surface area of   
180 Km2
Te Whanga Lagoon
   has a surface area of   
180 Km2
Chatham Island -- Largest lake outside the North and South Islands
Treaty of Aranjuez
Confirms the Third Treaty of San Ildefonso.
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
   was born on   
March 6, 1806
   has the Roman numeral   
   has this coat of arms   

Vincent Van Gogh

Irises; 1889; Dutch; Post-Impressionism; J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, U.S.A.; oil on canvas; 71 x 93 cm
Treaty of the Dardanelles
Agreement between the Ottoman Empire and the United Kingdom.
Glessner House
Is a Family House Located at 1800 S.Prairie Avenue, Chicago, Ill.
Designed by architect Henry Hobson Richards and built in 1886
Treaty of Detroit
Between the United States and the Native American nations of Ottawa, Chippewa, Wyandot and Potawatomi.
Étienne Méhul
Uthal (1806)
Based on the Ossian poems of James Macpherson
Jacques-Louis David
Napoleon Crossing the Alps on May 20th, 1800
1801; French; oil on canvas, Château de Versailles
Treaty of Mortefontaine
Ends the Quasi-War between the United States and France.
Treaty of Schönbrunn
Ends the Fifth Coalition during the Napoleonic Wars.
Washington, Village and Capital, 1800-1878
   was written by   
Constance McLaughlin Green
Louisiana Purchase
United States buys Louisiana from France.
   saw the   
Battle of Trafalgar
Sea battle fought between the British Royal Navy and the combined fleets of the French and Spanish Navy
William Pitt the Younger
   was U.K. Prime Minister from   
Tory, youngest PM ever, he was 24 years old
Camille Pissarro

The Harvest; 1882; Caribbean/French; Impressionism; Bridgestone Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan; pastel on paper; 70 x 126 cm
French Revolutionary Wars
   occurred during   
Philippe De Champaigne

Still-Life With a Skull; 1671; French; Baroque; Musée de Tessé, Mans, France; oil on panel; 28 x 37 cm
Glasgow Royal Burgh
   adopted a policing system in   
Luigi Cherubini
Les Deux Journées (1800)
The Two Days
Mikhail Kozlovsky
   created the sculpture   
Samson Rending the Lion's Jaws, 1802
Vincent Van Gogh

Madame Roulin Rocking the Cradle (La Berceuse); 1889; Dutch; Post-Impressionism; The Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.; oil on canvas; 93 x 74 cm
War and Peace (1956)
Napoleonic Wars, 1803-1815
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
   was born on   
February 27, 1807
American poet
François-Adrien Boieldieu
Le Calife De Bagdad (1800)
The Caliph of Badhdad
Litholrubine BK
Food Colouring [160–199 other colours]
   was the year of the   
Battle of Trafalgar
Sea battle fought between the British Royal Navy and the combined fleets of the French and Spanish Navy
Napoleonic Wars
   occurred during   
Francisco Goya
Third of May 1808
Oil on canvas, 1814; Museo del Prado, Madrid
Paul Martin

21st Prime Minister of Canada, 2003-2006
George III
   contains the line   
I'm Not Supposed to Go Mad Till 1800!
Memphis, Tennessee, USA
   has this flag:   

Joseph Chinard
   created the sculpture   
Bust of Mme De Verninac As Diana, 1800
Antonio Canova
   created the sculpture   
The Repentant Mary Magdalene, 1809
State Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg
   has this flag:   

Wuthering Heights
1801 - I Have Just Returned from a Visit to My Landlord...
1801 - I have just returned from a visit to my landlord - the solitary neighbor that I shall be troubled with. - Emily Brontë
A Volvo P1800
   appeared in   
The Saint
60's British TV Series. The Saint was Simon Templar, played by Roger Moore.

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