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This is the front page of Wikiapedia. It is the place where people work together to write encyclopedias. We use simple English words and grammar here. Wikipedia is for everyone! That includes children and adults who are learning English. There are 22 articles on the Wikiapedia. All of the pages are free to use. They have all been published under the GNU Free Documentation License. You can help here! You may contribute to these pages and make new pages. Read the help pages and other good pages to learn how to write pages here. If you need help, you may ask questions at talk.

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From a collection of Wikiapedia's articles:


  • ... that astronaut and former United States senator John Glenn (pictured) is the oldest man to have ever been in outer space at the age of 77?
  • ... that the Scottish Cup is the oldest national football trophy in the world?
  • ... that American astronomer Carolyn S. Shoemaker holds the record for most comets discovered by a single person?
  • ... that much of the world's crude oil supply comes from Saudi Arabia?
  • ... that Tara Lipinski is the youngest figure skater to win a gold medal in the history of the Winter Olympics? Template:-
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