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Knot

A knot is a fixed looping of a piece of string or rope. Knots are often used for binding things together. While a knot is often made from rope, it can also be made from many other things. In fact, a knot is actually the condition a long flexible ...

                                               

Life on the Fast Lane

"Life on the Fast Lane", also known as Jacques To Be Wild ", is the ninth episode of the first season of The Simpsons, which was first shown on March 18, 1990. It was written by John Swartzwelder and directed by David Silverman. Albert Brooks gue ...

                                               

Peters Two Dads

Peters Two Dads is the tenth episode of the fifth season of Family Guy. It was first shown on television on February 11, 2007 on the Fox network. 7.97 million people watched the episode when it was first shown on television. In the episode, Peter ...

                                               

Ramadan

The date for the start of Ramadan is slightly different each year, depending on the position of the moon. Once Ramadan starts, Muslims should not eat or drink between dawn and sunset. This usually continues for thirty days, but sometimes twenty-n ...

                                               

Anei

Anei was a Japanese era name after Meiwa and before Tenmei. This period started in November 1772 and ended in March 1781. During this time, the emperors were Go-Momozono -tennō and Kōkaku -tennō. The nengō Anei means "Eternal Tranquility" or "Pea ...

                                               

Angen

Angen was a Japanese era name after Jōan and before Jishō. This period started in July 1175 and ended in August 1177. The reigning emperor was Takakura -tennō.

                                               

Anna (era)

Anna was a Japanese era after Kōhō and before Tenroku. This period spanned the years from August 968 through March 970. The reigning emperors were Reizei -tennō and Enyū -tennō.

                                               

Ansei

Ansei was a Japanese era name after Kaei and before Manen. This period started in November 1854 and ended in March 1860. During this time, the emperor was Kōmei -tennō. The nengō Ansei means "tranquil government".

                                               

Antei

Antei was a Japanese era name after Gennin and before Kangi. This period started in December 1227 and ended in March 1229. The reigning emperor was Go-Horikawa -tennō.

                                               

Bunei

Bunei was a Japanese era after Kōchō and before Kenji. This period started in February 1264 and ended in April 1275. During this time, the emperors were Kameyama -tennō and Go-Uda -tennō.

                                               

Bunji (era)

Bunji was a Japanese era name after Genryaku and before Kenkyū. This period started in August 1185 and ended in April 1190. The reigning emperor was Go-Toba -tennō.

                                               

Bunka

Bunka was a Japanese era name after Kyōwa and before Bunsei. The period started in January 1804 and ended in April 1818. During this time, the emperors were Kōkaku -tennō and Ninkō -Tennō.

                                               

Bunki

Bunki was a Japanese era name after Meiō and before Eishō. This period started in February 1501 and ended in February 1504. During this time, the emperor was Go-Kashiwabara -tennō.

                                               

Bunkyū

Bunkyū was a Japanese era name after Manen and before Genji. This period spanned the years from February 1861 through February 1864. The reigning emperor was Kōmei -tennō.

                                               

Bunmei

Bunmei was a Japanese era name after Ōnin and before Chōkyō. This period started in April 1469 and ended in July 1487. During this time, the emperor was Go-Tsuchimikado -tennō.

                                               

Bunna

Bunna, also romanized as Bunwa, was a Japanese era name of the Northern Court during the Nanboku-chō period after Kannō and before Enbun. This period started in September 1352 and ended in March 1356. The pretender in Kyoto was Go-Kōgon -tennō. G ...

                                               

Bunpō

Bunpō, also romanized as Bumpō, was a Japanese era name after Shōwa and before Genō. This period started in February 1317 and ended in April 1319. The reigning Emperors were Emperor Hanazono -tennō and Go-Daigo -tennō.

                                               

Bunroku

Bunroku was a Japanese era name after Tenshō and before Keichō. This period started in December 1592 and ended in 1596. During this time, the emperor was Go-Yōzei -tennō. The nengō Bunroku means "Enlightened Benevolence".

                                               

Bunryaku

Bunryaku, also romanized as Bunreki, was a Japanese era name after Tenpuku and before Katei. This period started in November 1234 and ended in September 1235. The reigning emperor was Shijō -tennō.

                                               

Bunsei

Bunsei was a Japanese era name after Bunka and before Tenpō. This period started in April 1818 and ended in December 1830. During this time, the emperor was Ninkō -tennō.

                                               

Bunshō

Bunshō was a Japanese era name after Kanshō and before Ōnin. The period started in February 1466 and ended in March 1467. During this time, the emperor during this period was Go-Tsuchimikado -tennō.

                                               

Chōgen

Chōgen was a Japanese era name after Manju and before Chōryaku. This period started in 1028 and ended in April 1037. The reigning emperors were Go-Ichijō -tennō and Go-Suzaku -tennō.

                                               

Chōhō (era)

Chōhō was a Japanese era name after Chōtoku and before Kankō. This period started in January 999 and ended in July 1004. The reigning emperor was Ichijō -tennō.

                                               

Chōji

Chōji was a Japanese era name after Kōwa and before Kashō. This period started in February 1104 and ended in April 1106. The reigning emperor was Emperor Horikawa -tennō.

                                               

Chōkan

Chōkan was a Japanese era name after Ōhō and before Eiman. This period started in March 1163 and ended in June 1165. The reigning emperors were Nijō -tennō and Emperor Rokujō -tennō.

                                               

Chōkyō

Chōkyō was a Japanese era name after Bunmei and before Entoku. This period started in July 1487 and ended in August 1489. During this time, the emperor was Go-Tsuchimikado -tennō.

                                               

Chōkyū

Chōkyū was a Japanese era name after Chōryaku and before Kantoku. This period started in November 1040 and ended in November 1044. The reigning emperor was Go-Suzaku -tennō.

                                               

Chōroku

Chōroku was a Japanese era name after Kōshō and before Kanshō. This period started in September 1457 and ended in December 1460. During this time, the emperor was Go-Hanazono -tennō.

                                               

Chōryaku

Chōryaku was a Japanese era after Chōgen and before Chōkyū. This period spanned the years from April 1037 through 1040. The reigning emperor was Go-Suzaku -tennō.

                                               

Chōshō

Chōshō was a Japanese era name after Tenshō and before Hōen. This period started in August 1132 and ended in November 1135. The reigning emperor was Sutoku -tennō.

                                               

Chōtoku

Chōtoku was a Japanese era name after Eiso and before Chōhō. This period started in February 995 and ended in January 999. The reigning emperor was Ichijō -tennō.

                                               

Chōwa

Chōwa was a Japanese era name after Kankō and before Kannin. This period started in December 1012 and ended in April 1017. The reigning emperors were Sanjō -tennō and Go-Ichijō -tennō.

                                               

Daiei (era)

Daiei, also known as Taiei or Dai-ei, was a Japanese era name after Eishō and before Kyōroku. This period started in August 1521 and ended in August 1528. During this time, the emperors were Go-Kashiwabara -tennō and Go-Nara -tennō.

                                               

Daidō

Daidō was a Japanese era name after Enryaku and before Kōnin. This period started in May 806 and ended in September 810. During this time, the emperors were Heizei -tennō and Saga -tennō.

                                               

Daiji (era)

Daiji was a Japanese era name after Tenji and before Tenshō. This period started in January 1126 and ended in January 1131. The reigning emperor was Sutoku -tennō.

                                               

Eichō

Eichō was a Japanese era after Kahō and before Jōtoku. This period started in December 1096 and ended in November 1097. The reigning emperor was Emperor Horikawa -tennō.

                                               

Eien

Eien was a Japanese era after Kanna and before Eiso. This period started in April 987 and ended in August 988. The reigning emperor was Ichijō -tennō.

                                               

Eihō

Eihō was a Japanese era after Jōryaku and before Ōtoku. This period started in February 1081 and ended in April 1084. The reigning emperor was Emperor Shirakawa -tennō.

                                               

Eiji (era)

Eiji was a Japanese era name after Hōen and before Kōji. This period started in July 1141 and ended in April 1142. During this time, the emperors were Sutoku -tennō and Konoe -tennō.

                                               

Eikan

Eikan was a Japanese era name after Tengen and before Kanna. This period started in April 983 and ended in April 985. The reigning emperors were Enyu -tennō and Kazan -tennō.

                                               

Eikyō

Eikyō was a Japanese era name after Shocho and before Kakitsu. This period started in September 1429 and ended in February 1441. During this time, the emperor was Go-Hanazono -tennō.

                                               

Eikyū

Eikyū was a Japanese era name after Tenei and before Genei. This period started in July 1113 and ended in April 1118. The reigning emperor was Emperor Toba -tennō.

                                               

Eiman

Eiman was a Japanese era name after Chōkan and before Ninan. This period started in June 1165 and ended in August 1166. The reigning emperor was Emperor Rokujō -tennō.

                                               

Einin

Einin was a Japanese era name after Shōō and before Shōan. This period started in August 1293 and ended in April 1299. During this time, the emperors were Fushimi -tennō and Go-Fushimi -tennō.

                                               

Eiroku

Eiroku was a Japanese era name after Kōji and before Genki. This period started in February 1558 and ended in April 1570. During this time, the emperor was Ōgimachi -tennō.

                                               

Eiryaku

Eiryaku was a Japanese era name after Heiji and before Ōhō. This period started in January 1160 and ended in September 1161. During this time, the emperor was Nijō -tennō.

                                               

Eishō (Heian period)

Eishō was a Japanese era name after Kantoku and before Tengi. This period started in April 1046 and ended in January 1053. The reigning emperor was Go-Reizei -tennō.

                                               

Eishō (Muromachi period)

Eishō was a Japanese era name after Bunki and before Daiei. The period started in February 1504 and ended in August 1521. During this time, the emperor was Go-Kashiwabara -tennō.

                                               

Eiso

Eiso was a Japanese era name after Eien and before Shōryaku. This period spanned the years from August 988 through November 990. The reigning emperor was Ichijō -tennō.

                                               

Eitoku

Eitoku was a Japanese era name of the Northern Court during the Nanboku-chō period after Kōryaku and before Shitoku. This period started in February 1381 and ended in February 1384. The pretenders in Kyoto were Emperor Go-Enyū and Emperor Go-Koma ...