- One who is learning the alphabet.
- One who teaches the alphabet.
- One who is a beginner in some field.
- Alphabetically arranged.
- Relating to the alphabet.
- R. C. Hazra
- Pratapaditya Pal
- Global Campaign for Education
- Pashupati seal
- Rani Sati (found at AFD)
- Doddakallahalli, Tumkur
- 2009 Nobel Peace Prize
- Maryam Jameelah (found at AFD)
- W. Norman Brown
- Sadhana (weekly)
- Baba (honorific)
- A Vedic Word Concordance
- Dineshchandra Sircar
- CIA's family jewels
- The Jaguar Smile
- Shubha Raul
- List of Hindu scriptures
- Suzanne Labin
- Prevention of Terrorism Act, India
- Hindu iconography
- Behind the Scenes (US TV series)
- Mina P. Shaughnessy
- Alice Stewart Trillin
- Uploaded Images
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Wikiphilosophy or: how I learned to stop worrying and love the trolls
- What we are building here ? Encylopedia of everything
- How we are building it ? With persistence
- Who's building it ? Uhh ...
But why should I contribute to an article? I'm no expert.
That's fine. The Wikipedia philosophy can be summed up thusly: "Experts are scum." For some reason people who spend 40 years learning everything they can about, say, the Peloponnesian War -- and indeed, advancing the body of human knowledge -- get all pissy when their contributions are edited away by Randy in Boise who heard somewhere that sword-wielding skeletons were involved. And they get downright irate when asked politely to engage in discourse with Randy until the sword-skeleton theory can be incorporated into the article without passing judgment.