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Narosodes

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Erebidae - automatic taxobox ← Previous revision Revision as of 15:12, 30 April 2017 Line 1: Line 1: − {{italic title}} + {{Automatic_taxobox − {{Taxobox + | taxon = Narosodes − | name = ''Narosodes'' + | authority = Moore, [1887][http://www.nic.funet.fi/pub/sci/bio/life/insecta/lepidoptera/ditrysia/noctuoidea/arctiidae/lithosiinae/narosodes/index.html Narosodes at funet] − | regnum = [[Animal]]ia   − | phylum = [[Arthropod]]a   − | classis = [[Insect]]a   − | ordo = [[Lepidoptera]]   − | familia = [[Arctiidae]]   − | genus = '''''Narosodes'''''   − | genus_authority = Moore, [1887][http://www.nic.funet.fi/pub/sci/bio/life/insecta/lepidoptera/ditrysia/noctuoidea/arctiidae/lithosiinae/narosodes/index.html Narosodes at funet]     }}   }} − '''''Narosodes''''' is a genus of moths in the family [[Arctiidae]]. + '''''Narosodes''''' is a genus of moths in the family [[Erebidae]].       ==Description==   ==Description== [...]



The Magistrate (miniseries)

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+cast ← Previous revision Revision as of 15:12, 30 April 2017 Line 12: Line 12:   | story =   | story =   | director = Kathy Mueller   | director = Kathy Mueller − | starring = [[Franco Nero]]
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[[Steve Bastoni]]   | narrated =   | narrated =   | theme_music_composer =   | theme_music_composer = Line 33: Line 33:   }}   }}   '''''The Magistrate''''' is a 1989 mini series about an Italian investigative magistrate fighting the Mafia.Ed. Scott Murray, ''Australia on the Small Screen 1970-1995'', Oxford Uni Press, 1996 p213 His search causes the death of his wife and the disappearance of his son. The crimes lead him to [[Australia]], where he discovers a landscape of political and police corruption, business fraud, media intrigue, drugs smuggling and illegal arms dealing which stretches all the way from [[Italy]] to Australia and into the [[Pacific Islands|Pacific]].   '''''The Magistrate''''' is a 1989 mini series about an Italian investigative magistrate fighting the Mafia.Ed. Scott Murray, ''Australia on the Small Screen 1970-1995'', Oxford Uni Press, 1996 p213 His search causes the death of his wife and the disappearance of his son. The crimes lead him to [[Australia]], where he discovers a landscape of political and police corruption, business fraud, media intrigue, drugs smuggling and illegal arms dealing which stretches all the way from [[Italy]] to Australia and into the [[Pacific Islands|Pacific]].   +   + ==Cast==   +   + * [[Franco Nero]] as Paolo Pizzi   + * [[Catherine Wilkin]] as Claire Boyd   + * [[Dennis Miller (Australian actor)|Dennis Miller]] as Roger Davies   + * [[Julia Blake]] as Jean Shaw   + * [[Steve Bastoni]] as Robbie Shaw   + * [[Victoria Rowland]] as Nicole Davidson   + * Joe Petruzzi as Leonardo Pizzi   + * [[Paul Sonkkila]] as Hannaford   + * [[Andy Anderson (actor)|Andy Anderson]] as Tony   + * [[Caroline Gillmer]] as Sandy   + * [[Rod Mullinar]] as Ian Walters   + * [[Anthony Hawkins]] as Douglas Shaw       ==References==   ==References== [...]



Rejang people

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← Previous revision Revision as of 15:12, 30 April 2017 Line 22: Line 22:   }}   }}     − The '''Rejang people''' (also Rejangese people / Rejangs) or known by their native term as Tun Jang (alternative: Tun Tɕ) are an [[Austronesia]]n and the native ethnic group belong to the some parts of Bengkulu Province and South Sumatera Province in the southwestern part of Sumatera Island, Indonesia. They occupied some area in an cool mountain slopes of the [[Barisan Mountains|Barisan mountain range]] in both sides of [[Bengkulu Province|Bengkulu]] and [[South Sumatra Province|South Sumatra]]. With approximately more than 1,3 million people, they form the largest ethnic group in Bengkulu Province. Rejang people predominantly live as a majority in 5 out 10 regencies and city of Bengkulu Province, while the rest of them who lives in South Sumatera resides at 7 villages in the district called as Bermani Ulu Rawas. The Rejang people is predominantly an Islam adherent with very small number of them following branches other than Islam. According to the some research, The Rejang people are the descendants of the Bukar-Sadong people who moved from the Northern Borneo ([[Sarawak]]). + The '''Rejang people''' or Rejangs ([[Rejangese language]]: Tun Jang, Tun Tɕ) are an [[Austronesia]]n ethnolinguistic group, native to the some parts of Bengkulu Province and South Sumatera Province in the southwestern part of Sumatera Island, Indonesia. They occupied some area in an cool mountain slopes of the [[Barisan Mountains|Barisan mountain range]] in both sides of [[Bengkulu Province|Bengkulu]] and [[South Sumatra Province|South Sumatra]]. With approximately more than 1,3 million people, they form the largest ethnic group in Bengkulu Province. Rejang people predominantly live as a majority in 5 out 10 regencies and city of Bengkulu Province, while the rest of them who lives in South Sumatera resides at 7 villages in the district called as Bermani Ulu Rawas. The Rejangs is predominantly an Islam adherent with very small number following religion other than Islam. According to the some research, The Rejang people are the descendants of the Bukar-Sadong people who moved from the Northern Borneo ([[Sarawak]]).       ==Etymology==   ==Etymology== [...]



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Wikipedia:Reliable sources/Noticeboard

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‎Sources on Buddhism ← Previous revision Revision as of 15:12, 30 April 2017 Line 222: Line 222:   One of the main issues in this discussion is that we have different ideas of what count as [[WP:RS]] in the Buddhism topic area. My view is that recognized and well regarded experts in Buddhist scholarship such as [[Walpola Rahula]], [[Bhikkhu Bodhi]], the [[Dalai Lama]] (who is a scholar with the highest academic qualifications available in Tibetan Buddhism), Bikkhu Sujato, [[Ringu Tulku]], [[Thích Nhất Hạnh]], [[Ajahn Sumedho]], [[Geshe Tashi Tsering]], [[Chogyam Trungpa]], [[Pema Chodron]] etc would all count as [[WP:RS]] secondary sources in the Buddhism topic area.   One of the main issues in this discussion is that we have different ideas of what count as [[WP:RS]] in the Buddhism topic area. My view is that recognized and well regarded experts in Buddhist scholarship such as [[Walpola Rahula]], [[Bhikkhu Bodhi]], the [[Dalai Lama]] (who is a scholar with the highest academic qualifications available in Tibetan Buddhism), Bikkhu Sujato, [[Ringu Tulku]], [[Thích Nhất Hạnh]], [[Ajahn Sumedho]], [[Geshe Tashi Tsering]], [[Chogyam Trungpa]], [[Pema Chodron]] etc would all count as [[WP:RS]] secondary sources in the Buddhism topic area.     − {{yo|Joshua Jonathan}} and {{yo|Ms Sarah Welch}} often reverts edits which cite experts such as these on the basis that they are not backed up by Western academic sources[https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Anatta&type=revision&diff=643156854&oldid=643126286]. They say this is what is meant by the requirement for "secondary sources" because they are "two steps away"[https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User_talk:Robertinventor&diff=prev&oldid=776575916]. There articles, as a result, often have only a few sentences here and there based on these [[WP:RS]] while most of the article will cover the views of these western academics and their many criticisms and reformulations of sutra tradition Buddhism. + {{yo|Joshua Jonathan}} and {{yo|Ms Sarah Welch}} often reverts edits which cite experts such as these on the basis that they are not backed up by Western academic sources[https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Anatta&type=revision&diff=643156854&oldid=643126286]. They say this is what is meant by the requirement for "secondary sources" because they are "two steps away"[https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User_talk:Robertinventor&diff=prev&oldid=776575916]. See also the discussion summarized here[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Robertinventor/DRN_Evidence_and_supplementary_information#Example_of_Scientific_Quest.27s_attempt_at_editing_Anatta_as_evidence_of_clash_of_SUBPOVs_with_differing_WP:RS]. There articles, as a result, often have only a few sentences here and there based on these [[WP:RS]] while most of the article will cover the views of these western academics and their many criticisms and reformulations of sutra tradition Buddhism.       If Buddhist scholars in all the Buddhist traditions are recognized as [[WP:RS]] that can be used in their own right, then the current articles are POV as they only present their views as coloured by the criticisms and reinterpretations of western academic Buddhists, and the balance is also greatly in favour of the views of the western academics. So, we need this clarified first, which I think is why {{yo|Winged Blades of Godric}} suggested this as our next stop rather than the NPOVN (edited after discussion with {{yo|Ms Sarah Welch}} below. [[User:Robertinventor|Robert Walker]] ([[User talk:Robertinventor|talk]]) 14:35, 30 April 2017 (UTC)   If Buddhist scholars in all the Buddhist traditions are recognized as [[WP:RS]] that can be[...]



User:Lmv23821

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List of York City F.C. players

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match played 29 April 2017 ← Previous revision Revision as of 15:12, 30 April 2017 Line 8: Line 8:   [[York City F.C.|York City Football Club]] is a professional [[association football]] club based in [[York]], [[North Yorkshire]], England. Formed in May 1922, the club failed to be [[Re-election (Football League)|elected]] into [[the Football League]] for the 1922–23 season, but succeeded in gaining admission into the [[Midland Football League (1889)|Midland League]].{{cite book |last=Batters |title=York City: The Complete Record |pages=13–15}} After seven seasons of competing in the Midland League, the club was elected to play in the Football League ahead of [[1929–30 York City F.C. season|1929–30]].{{cite book |last=Batters |title=York City: The Complete Record |page=23}} After 75 years of Football League membership, York were [[Promotion and relegation|relegated]] into the [[Football Conference]] in 2004.{{cite book |last=Batters |title=York City: The Complete Record |page=101}} This is where the club remained for eight years before promotion back into the Football League was achieved with victory in the [[2012 Conference Premier play-off Final]].{{cite news |first=Dave |last=Flett |title=Match report: York City 2, Luton Town 1 – Play-off final |url=http://www.yorkpress.co.uk/sport/9717489.York_City_2__Luton_Town_1___play_off_final/ |newspaper=The Press |location=York |date=21 May 2012 |accessdate=31 July 2015}} However, York were relegated into the [[National League (English football)|National League]] four years later.{{cite news |first=Dave |last=Flett |title=York City end four-year stint back in Football League with 1–1 draw at Morecambe |url=http://www.yorkpress.co.uk/sport/14478060.York_City_end_four_year_stint_back_in_Football_League_with_1_1_draw_at_Morecambe/ |newspaper=The Press |location=York |date=7 May 2016 |accessdate=6 August 2016}}   [[York City F.C.|York City Football Club]] is a professional [[association football]] club based in [[York]], [[North Yorkshire]], England. Formed in May 1922, the club failed to be [[Re-election (Football League)|elected]] into [[the Football League]] for the 1922–23 season, but succeeded in gaining admission into the [[Midland Football League (1889)|Midland League]].{{cite book |last=Batters |title=York City: The Complete Record |pages=13–15}} After seven seasons of competing in the Midland League, the club was elected to play in the Football League ahead of [[1929–30 York City F.C. season|1929–30]].{{cite book |last=Batters |title=York City: The Complete Record |page=23}} After 75 years of Football League membership, York were [[Promotion and relegation|relegated]] into the [[Football Conference]] in 2004.{{cite book |last=Batters |title=York City: The Complete Record |page=101}} This is where the club remained for eight years before promotion back into the Football League was achieved with victory in the [[2012 Conference Premier play-off Final]].{{cite news |first=Dave |last=Flett |title=Match report: York City 2, Luton Town 1 – Play-off final |url=http://www.yorkpress.co.uk/sport/9717489.York_City_2__Luton_Town_1___play_off_final/ |newspaper=The Press |location=York |date=21 May 2012 |accessdate=31 July 2015}} However, York were relegated into the [[National League (English football)|National League]] four years later.{{cite news |first=Dave |last=Flett |title=York City end four-year stint back in Football League with 1–1 draw at Morecambe |url=http://www.yorkpress.co.uk/spor[...]



Talk:Austronesian languages

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‎"Austro-Tai" ← Previous revision Revision as of 15:12, 30 April 2017 Line 683: Line 683:   == "Austro-Tai" ==   == "Austro-Tai" ==     − A hypothetical family tree for Austro-Tai keeps being inserted into the article. The main problem with that tree is that it does not represent Austro-Tai as defined among the mainstream linguists who propose it. First, it is a Japanese variant that includes Japanese and Korean as parts of Austronesian or "Para-Austronesian". That is not accepted by the linguists who propose Austro-Tai. Second, it includes Hmong-Mien as part of Austro-Tai. That is also not a part of the classic definition of Austro-Tai, which includes only Tai-Kadai and Austronesian. It is a tree that proposes a structure that is two steps removed from the definition of Austro-Tai in the text and is more hypothetical and unsupported than the classic definition of Austro-Tai. Just because you have a source means that you can uncritically insert fluff into Wikipedia, especially when it illustrates something different than what the text describes. --[[User:TaivoLinguist|Taivo]] ([[User talk:TaivoLinguist|talk]]) 14:48, 30 April 2017 (UTC) + A hypothetical family tree for Austro-Tai keeps being inserted into the article. The main problem with that tree is that it does not represent Austro-Tai as defined among the mainstream linguists who propose it. First, it is a Japanese variant that includes Japanese and Korean as parts of Austronesian or "Para-Austronesian". That is not accepted by the linguists who propose Austro-Tai. Second, it includes Hmong-Mien as part of Austro-Tai. That is also not a part of the classic definition of Austro-Tai, which includes only Tai-Kadai and Austronesian. It is a tree that proposes a structure that is two steps removed from the definition of Austro-Tai in the text and is more hypothetical and unsupported than the classic definition of Austro-Tai. Just because you have a source doesn't mean that you can uncritically insert fluff into Wikipedia, especially when it illustrates something different than what the text describes. --[[User:TaivoLinguist|Taivo]] ([[User talk:TaivoLinguist|talk]]) 14:48, 30 April 2017 (UTC) [...]



Talk:Virginia Woolf

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‎Plagiarism: new section ← Previous revision Revision as of 15:12, 30 April 2017 Line 313: Line 313:       Spongebog [sic] and Brangelina are obvious nonsense, but I don't know whom she actually used to know, so I cannot edit it myself. Somebody with more historical knowledge should correct the sentence to contain the real people.[[Special:Contributions/92.192.109.52|92.192.109.52]] ([[User talk:92.192.109.52|talk]]) 21:32, 20 September 2016 (UTC)   Spongebog [sic] and Brangelina are obvious nonsense, but I don't know whom she actually used to know, so I cannot edit it myself. Somebody with more historical knowledge should correct the sentence to contain the real people.[[Special:Contributions/92.192.109.52|92.192.109.52]] ([[User talk:92.192.109.52|talk]]) 21:32, 20 September 2016 (UTC)   +   + == Plagiarism ==   +   + I found a number unacknowledged quotations and erroneous citations. This also constitutes an excessive use of lengthy quotation. I have edited but really these passages should be deleted. My suspicion is that there may be more of this. [[User:Rwood128|Rwood128]] ([[User talk:Rwood128|talk]]) 15:12, 30 April 2017 (UTC) [...]



Max Mittelman

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Grammar: Kosei Arima becomes Kousei Arima ← Previous revision Revision as of 15:12, 30 April 2017 Line 12: Line 12:   }}   }}     − '''Maxwell Braden "Max" Mittelman''' is an American screen and voice actor who has provided voices for English-language versions of [[anime]], as well as in [[video games]] and animated shows. Some of his major roles include [[List of One-Punch Man characters#Saitama|Saitama]] in ''[[One-Punch Man]]'', Kosei Arima in ''[[Your Lie in April]]'', [[List of The Seven Deadly Sins characters#King|King]] in ''[[The Seven Deadly Sins (manga)|The Seven Deadly Sins]]'', Ritsu Kageyama in ''[[Mob Psycho 100]]'', Inaho Kaizuka in ''[[Aldnoah.Zero]]'' and Ryuji Sakamoto in ''[[Persona 5]]''. + '''Maxwell Braden "Max" Mittelman''' is an American screen and voice actor who has provided voices for English-language versions of [[anime]], as well as in [[video games]] and animated shows. Some of his major roles include [[List of One-Punch Man characters#Saitama|Saitama]] in ''[[One-Punch Man]]'', Kousei Arima in ''[[Your Lie in April]]'', [[List of The Seven Deadly Sins characters#King|King]] in ''[[The Seven Deadly Sins (manga)|The Seven Deadly Sins]]'', Ritsu Kageyama in ''[[Mob Psycho 100]]'', Inaho Kaizuka in ''[[Aldnoah.Zero]]'' and Ryuji Sakamoto in ''[[Persona 5]]''.       ==Filmography==   ==Filmography== [...]



Østsiden IL

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‎External links ← Previous revision Revision as of 15:12, 30 April 2017 Line 37: Line 37:       ==External links==   ==External links== − * [http://webhotel.enkelweb.no/ossia/default.asp?fid=1000 Official website] + * [http://www.ossia.no/ Official website]       {{DEFAULTSORT:Oestsiden IL}}   {{DEFAULTSORT:Oestsiden IL}} [...]



Template:Nottingham Forest F.C. squad

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← Previous revision Revision as of 15:12, 30 April 2017 Line 28: Line 28:   {{football squad2 player|no=28|name=[[Thomas Lam|Lam]]}}   {{football squad2 player|no=28|name=[[Thomas Lam|Lam]]}}   {{football squad2 player|no=30|name=[[Stephen Henderson (footballer, born 1988)|Henderson]]}}   {{football squad2 player|no=30|name=[[Stephen Henderson (footballer, born 1988)|Henderson]]}} − + {{football squad2 player|no=34|name=[[Tyler Walker (footballer)|Walker]]}}       {{football squad2 player|no=38|name=[[Vladimir Stojković|Stojković]]}}   {{football squad2 player|no=38|name=[[Vladimir Stojković|Stojković]]}} [...]



Talk:Postage stamps and postal history of Manchukuo

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Assessment: Philately: importance=Low (assisted) ← Previous revision Revision as of 15:12, 30 April 2017 Line 1: Line 1:   {{WikiProject banner shell|1=   {{WikiProject banner shell|1= − {{WikiProject Philately|class=start}} + {{WikiProject Philately |class=start |importance=Low}} − {{WikiProject China|class=start|importance=low}} + {{WikiProject China |class=start |importance=low}} − {{WikiProject East Asia|class=start|importance=low}} + {{WikiProject East Asia |class=start |importance=low}}   }}   }} [...]



Straw tracker

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A '''straw tracker''' is a type of [[particle detector]] which uses many [[straw chamber]]s to track the path of a [[Elementary particle|particle]]. The path is determined by the best fit to all the straws with '''hits'''. Since the time for a particular straw to produce a signal is proportional to the distance of the particle's closest approach to that chamber's wire, if a particle on a predictable path (e.g. a [[helix]] in a [[magnetic field]]) passes through many straws, the path of the particle can be determined more precisely than the size of any particular straw.
 
A '''straw tracker''' is a type of [[particle detector]] which uses many [[straw chamber]]s to track the path of a [[Elementary particle|particle]]. The path is determined by the best fit to all the straws with '''hits'''. Since the time for a particular straw to produce a signal is proportional to the distance of the particle's closest approach to that chamber's wire, if a particle on a predictable path (e.g. a [[helix]] in a [[magnetic field]]) passes through many straws, the path of the particle can be determined more precisely than the size of any particular straw.
   



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Trey Griffey

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← Previous revision Revision as of 15:12, 30 April 2017 Line 3: Line 3:   |image=Trey Griffey.jpg   |image=Trey Griffey.jpg   |caption=Trey Griffey at the [[2017 East–West Shrine Game]]   |caption=Trey Griffey at the [[2017 East–West Shrine Game]] − |school=Arizona Wildcats + |team= Indianapolis Colts   |currentnumber=5   |currentnumber=5   |currentposition=[[Wide receiver]]   |currentposition=[[Wide receiver]] [...]



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Kurt Sonnenfeld

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← Previous revision Revision as of 15:12, 30 April 2017 Line 9: Line 9:   | citizenship = United States   | citizenship = United States   | employer = [[FEMA]] 2001-2002   | employer = [[FEMA]] 2001-2002 − }}MURDERER MUDERER a. The US made four attempts to have him extradited for the death of his ex-wife Nancy even though he had been acquitted for the murder in 2002. He was not acquitted. Charges had to be dropped because of not enough evidence to convict. Sonnenfeld had been a videographer for the U.S. [[Federal Emergency Management Agency]] (FEMA) and was one of four FEMA photographers who was given exclusive access to the [[World Trade Center site]] following the [[September 11 attacks]] in New York in 2001.{{cite news | first = Michael | last = Hedrick, | title = Capturing History at Ground Zero | date = November 28, 2001 | url = http://www.tvtechnology.com/article/14268 | work = TV Technology | accessdate = 2010-08-31}} He made a total of 29 videos but did not turn all of them over to FEMA.{{cite web |url=http://www.voltairenet.org/article166929.html |title=El testimonio del camarógrafo oficial del gobierno de EEUU que filmó los restos de las torres gemelas el 11/S contradice la versión oficial de Washington |work=Voltaire Net |accessdate=2017-03-23}} + }}MURDERER MUDERER a. The US made four attempts to have him extradited for the death of his ex-wife Nancy even though he had been acquitted for the murder in 2002. He was not acquitted. Charges had to be dropped because of not enough evidence to convict. Sonnenfeld had been a videographer for the U.S. [[Federal Emergency Management Agency]] (FEMA) and was one of four FEMA photographers who was given exclusive access to the [[World Trade Center site]] following the [[September 11 attacks]] in New York in 2001.{{cite news | first = Michael | last = Hedrick, | title = Capturing History at Ground Zero | date = November 28, 2001 | url = http://www.tvtechnology.com/article/14268 | work = TV Technology | accessdate = 2010-08-31}} He made a total of 29 videos but did not turn all of them over to FEMA. This is his sad defense. Going full conspiracy theory! The government is after him. Nothing but a sad sack of murderous bull. {{cite web |url=http://www.voltairenet.org/article166929.html |title=El testimonio del camarógrafo oficial del gobierno de EEUU que filmó los restos de las torres gemelas el 11/S contradice la versión oficial de Washington |work=Voltaire Net |accessdate=2017-03-23}}       == Books ==   == Books == [...]



Scott Pruitt

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‎Tenure: ]] duplication ← Previous revision Revision as of 15:12, 30 April 2017 Line 130: Line 130:   ===Tenure===   ===Tenure===   [[File:Scott Pruitt (33001708282).jpg|right|thumb|Administrator Pruitt speaking in February 2017 at the [[Conservative Political Action Conference]].]]   [[File:Scott Pruitt (33001708282).jpg|right|thumb|Administrator Pruitt speaking in February 2017 at the [[Conservative Political Action Conference]].]] − On March 9, 2017, in an interview on CNBC's [[Squawk Box]], Pruit stated that he "would not agree that" carbon dioxide is "a primary contributor to the global warming that we see" backing up his claim by stating that "measuring with precision human activity on the climate is something very challenging to do and there's tremendous disagreement about the degree of impact" which was in direct contradiction with EPA's public stance that was published on their official website which stated: "Carbon dioxide is the primary greenhouse gas that is contributing to recent climate change".{{cite news | url=https://www.nytimes.com/2017/03/09/us/politics/epa-scott-pruitt-global-warming.html | title=E.P.A. Chief Doubts Consensus View of Climate Change |author=Coral Davenport |date=March 9, 2017 |accessdate=April 30, 2017| work=[[The New York Times]]}} By April 28—the day before the [[People's Climate March (2017)]]|climate change mass protests]]—EPA announced that the website "would be 'undergoing changes' to better represent the new direction the agency is taking" which included "the removal of several agency websites containing detailed climate data and scientific information" including the site that "had been cited to challenge Pruitt's Squawk Box statements.{{cite news |url=https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/energy-environment/wp/2017/04/28/epa-website-removes-climate-science-site-from-public-view-after-two-decades/?utm_term=.b73dc960ee81 |title=EPA website removes climate science site from public view after two decades |first1=Chris |last1=Mooney |first2=Juliet |last2=Eilperin |date=April 29, 2017 |accessdate=April 30, 2017 |work=[[The Washington Post]]}} A March 9 analysis by fact-checking website ''[[Snopes.com]]'' in had found that "Pruitt's statements to CNBC are misrepresentative of the scientific consensus on carbon dioxide's role as a greenhouse gas — a consensus that has essentially existed for more than a century."{{cite web|url=http://www.snopes.com/2017/03/09/pruitt-global-warming-scientific-consensus/ |title=Do Scott Pruitt's Statements on CO2 and Global Warming Misrepresent Scientific Consensus? |publisher=Snopes.com |date= |accessdate=March 24, 2017}} ''[[The Atlantic]]'' had published an article on the same day, pointing out that in 2007, the [[United States Supreme Court]] had acknowledged the link between carbon dioxide and global warming—in 2013 the [[Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change]] stated the probability of carbon dioxide causing global warming was at least 95%.{{cite web|url=https://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2017/03/trumps-epa-chief-rejects-that-carbon-dioxide-emissions-cause-climate-change/519054/ |title=Scott Pruitt Rejects the Scientific Fact of Climate Change |publisher=The Atlantic |date=March 9, 2017 |accessdate=March 24, 2017}} + On March 9, 2017, in an interview on CNBC's [[Squawk Box]], Pruit stated that he "w[...]



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Karyn Kupcinet

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‎Death: Clarifying ← Previous revision Revision as of 15:12, 30 April 2017 Line 44: Line 44:       ==Death==   ==Death== − On the last day of her life, Kupcinet had dinner with future ''[[Lost in Space]]'' cast member [[Mark Goddard]] and his wife, Marcia Rogers Goddard, at their house on Coldwater Canyon Drive in [[Beverly Hills]] (near [[Mulholland Drive]]).{{cite news |first= Seymour|last= Korman|title=4 Face Quiz in Starlet's Slaying |url=http://pqasb.pqarchiver.com/chicagotribune/access/572226612.html?dids=572226612:572226612&FMT=ABS&FMTS=ABS:AI&type=historic&date=Dec+02%2C+1963&author=&pub=Chicago+Tribune&desc=4+Face+Quiz+in+Starlet%27s+Slaying&pqatl=google |quote=Four male friends of Karyn Kupcinet, 22, Hollywood starlet, have been asked to take lie detector tests in the investigation of her murder, police said tonight. ... Two of her friends, Mark Goddard, 27, a television actor, and his wife, Marcia, 25, daughter of Henry Rogers, Hollywood publicist, went there last night. ... |work=[[Chicago Tribune]] |date=December 2, 1963 |accessdate=2009-11-05 }} She was due there at 6:30 pm, but arrived an hour late by taxicab. The couple said Kupcinet only toyed with her food during the meal. Marcia Goddard told two officers from the L.A. County Sheriff's Office that during dinner with Kupcinet "... her lips seemed numb. Her voice was funny. She moved her head at odd angles."{{cite book|last=Ellroy|first=James|title=Crime Wave: Reportage and Fiction From the Underside of L.A.|year=1999|publisher=Random House, Inc.|isbn=0-375-70471-X|page=72}} The Goddards also noticed that her pupils were [[Miosis|constricted]]. Mark Goddard told authorities that he confronted Kupcinet about her altered state during the meal, and she began to cry, putting her arm around him.{{cite book|last=Ellroy|first=James|title=Crime Wave: Reportage and Fiction From the Underside of L.A.|year=1999|publisher=Random House, Inc.|isbn=0-375-70471-X|page=71}} At one point during the meal, Kupcinet told her friends an unsubstantiated story about a baby that had been abandoned on her doorstep earlier that day. At 8:30 pm, a taxicab arrived to take her home, and she promised to telephone the Goddards soon.{{cite book|last=Ellroy|first=James|title=Crime Wave: Reportage and Fiction From the Underside of L.A.|year=1999|publisher=Random House, Inc.|isbn=0-375-70471-X|pages=71–72}} + On the last day of her life, Kupcinet had dinner with future ''[[Lost in Space]]'' cast member [[Mark Goddard]] and his wife, Marcia Rogers Goddard, at their house on Coldwater Canyon Drive in [[Beverly Hills]] (near Mulholland Drive. She was due there at 6:30 pm, but arrived an hour late by taxicab. The couple said Kupcinet only toyed with her food during the meal. Marcia Goddard told two officers from the L.A. County Sheriff's Office that during dinner with Kupcinet "... her lips seemed numb. Her voice was funny. She moved her head at odd angles." The Goddards also noticed that her pupils were [[Miosis|constricted]]. Mark Goddard told authorities that he confronted Kupcinet about her altered state during the meal, and she began to cry, putting her arm around him. At one point during the meal, Kupcinet told her friends an unsubstantiated story about a baby that had been abandoned on her do[...]



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User talk:Martin.delvesse

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Level 4 warning re. Mazanderani people (HG) (3.1.22) ← Previous revision Revision as of 15:12, 30 April 2017 Line 26: Line 26:       [[Image:Ambox warning pn.svg|25px|alt=|link=]] Please do not add [[Wikipedia:Citing sources|unsourced]] or [[Wikipedia:No original research|original content]]{{#if:Golestan Province|, as you did with [https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Golestan%20Province&diff=777936314 this edit] to [[:Golestan Province]]}}. Doing so violates Wikipedia's [[Wikipedia:Verifiability|verifiability policy]]. If you continue to do so, you will be [[Wikipedia:Blocking policy|blocked]] from editing Wikipedia. [[User:Jim1138|Jim1138]] ([[User talk:Jim1138|talk]]) 05:30, 30 April 2017 (UTC)   [[Image:Ambox warning pn.svg|25px|alt=|link=]] Please do not add [[Wikipedia:Citing sources|unsourced]] or [[Wikipedia:No original research|original content]]{{#if:Golestan Province|, as you did with [https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Golestan%20Province&diff=777936314 this edit] to [[:Golestan Province]]}}. Doing so violates Wikipedia's [[Wikipedia:Verifiability|verifiability policy]]. If you continue to do so, you will be [[Wikipedia:Blocking policy|blocked]] from editing Wikipedia. [[User:Jim1138|Jim1138]] ([[User talk:Jim1138|talk]]) 05:30, 30 April 2017 (UTC)   +   + [[File:Stop hand nuvola.svg|30px|alt=Stop icon]] You may be '''[[Wikipedia:Blocking policy|blocked from editing]] without further warning''' the next time you vandalize Wikipedia, as you did with [https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Mazanderani%20people&diff=777958154 this edit] to [[:Mazanderani people]]. [[User:Quinton Feldberg|Quinton Feldberg]] ([[User talk:Quinton Feldberg|talk]]) 15:12, 30 April 2017 (UTC) [...]



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Ravi D Channannavar

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Battle of St. Quentin Canal

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‎Battle: added detail and citations ← Previous revision Revision as of 15:12, 30 April 2017 Line 49: Line 49:   On 29 September, the [[Australian Corps]] attacked with the two American divisions supported by approximately 150 tanks of the 4th and 5th Tank Brigades of the British Tank Corps (including the newly trained American [[301st Heavy Tank Battalion (United States)|301st Heavy Tank Battalion]], which was equipped with British tanks). The US divisions launched the initial attack, with the Australian [[3rd Division (Australia)|3rd]] (behind the U.S. 27th) and [[5th Division (Australia)|5th Divisions]] (behind the U.S. 30th) intended to "leapfrog" through the American forces.{{sfn|Coulthard-Clark|2001|p=163}}   On 29 September, the [[Australian Corps]] attacked with the two American divisions supported by approximately 150 tanks of the 4th and 5th Tank Brigades of the British Tank Corps (including the newly trained American [[301st Heavy Tank Battalion (United States)|301st Heavy Tank Battalion]], which was equipped with British tanks). The US divisions launched the initial attack, with the Australian [[3rd Division (Australia)|3rd]] (behind the U.S. 27th) and [[5th Division (Australia)|5th Divisions]] (behind the U.S. 30th) intended to "leapfrog" through the American forces.{{sfn|Coulthard-Clark|2001|p=163}}     − On the left of the front, where 27th U.S. Division began at a disadvantage, none of the objectives was met on the first day and the Americans suffered severe losses. To their right, the 30th Infantry Division broke through the Hindenburg Line on 29 September 1918 at Bellicourt winning the praise of General Pershing "... the 30th Division did especially well. It broke through the Hindenburg Line on its entire front and took Bellicourt and part of Nauroy by noon of the 29th."{{sfn|Pershing|1931|p=304}} (There has since been considerable debate over the extent to which the American forces were successful. Certainly, far too much was expected of such inexperienced troops. Many disorganized groups of Americans were taken under the leadership of the Australian forces who came across them as they moved forward). Monash wrote: "..in this battle they demonstrated their inexperience in war, and their ignorance of some of the elementary methods of fighting employed on the French front. For these shortcomings they paid a heavy price. Their sacrifices, nevertheless, contributed quite definitely to the partial success of the day's operations.."{{sfn|Monash|1920|loc=Chapter 17}} An added difficulty was thick fog across the battlefield in the earlier stages of the attack, which caused problems for infantry/tank cooperation. (The fog was however helpful to IX Corps).{{sfn|Terraine|1978|p=171}} + On the left of the front, where 27th U.S. Division began at a disadvantage, none of the objectives was met on the first day and the Americans suffered severe losses. Rather than leapfrogging through the Americans, Australian 3rd Division became involved in a desperate fight for positions that should already have been captured had Monash's plan run to timetable. The lack of progress on the left of the front had an adverse effect on the progress of the right too. As 30th American Division and then Australian 5t[...]



Mazanderani people

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Reverted edits by Martin.delvesse (talk) (HG) (3.1.22) ← Previous revision Revision as of 15:12, 30 April 2017 Line 3: Line 3:   | image=   | image=   | poptime= 3 millionMiddle East Patterns: Places, Peoples, and Politics   | poptime= 3 millionMiddle East Patterns: Places, Peoples, and Politics − By Colbert C. Held, John Cummings, Mildred McDonald Held,2005, page 119. to 5 million[http://www.statoids.com/uir.html Iran Provinces] (2006) + By Colbert C. Held, John Cummings, Mildred McDonald Held,2005, page 119. to 4 million[http://www.statoids.com/uir.html Iran Provinces] (2006)   | popplace=Province of [[Mazandaran]] and parts of the provinces of [[Alborz]], [[Golestan Province|Golestan]], [[Tehran]] and [[Semnan Province|Semnan]] in [[Iran]]   | popplace=Province of [[Mazandaran]] and parts of the provinces of [[Alborz]], [[Golestan Province|Golestan]], [[Tehran]] and [[Semnan Province|Semnan]] in [[Iran]]   | langs=[[Mazanderani language| Mazanderani ]]   | langs=[[Mazanderani language| Mazanderani ]] [...]



Low molecular weight heparin

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‎References: Used dynamic column width using AWB ← Previous revision Revision as of 15:12, 30 April 2017 Line 115: Line 115:       ==References==   ==References== − {{Reflist|2}} + {{reflist|30em}}       ==External links==   ==External links== [...]



Buster's Mal Heart

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← Previous revision Revision as of 15:12, 30 April 2017 Line 32: Line 32:   }}   }}   | budget =   | budget = − | gross = + | gross = $7,800{{cite web|url=http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=bustersmalheart.htm|title=Buster's Mal Heart|website=[[Box Office Mojo]]|accessdate=April 30, 2017}}   }}   }}       '''''Buster's Mal Heart''''' is a 2016 surreal mystery film written and directed by Sarah Adina Smith. It stars [[Rami Malek]], [[DJ Qualls]], and [[Kate Lyn Sheil]].   '''''Buster's Mal Heart''''' is a 2016 surreal mystery film written and directed by Sarah Adina Smith. It stars [[Rami Malek]], [[DJ Qualls]], and [[Kate Lyn Sheil]].     − The film had its world premiere at the [[Toronto International Film Festival]] on September 11, 2016. It is scheduled to be released on April 28, 2017, by Well Go USA Entertainment. + The film had its world premiere at the [[Toronto International Film Festival]] on September 11, 2016. It was released on April 28, 2017, by Well Go USA Entertainment.       == Plot ==   == Plot == Line 68: Line 68:   ''Buster's Mal Heart'' premiered at the [[2016 Toronto International Film Festival|Toronto International Film Festival]] on September 11, 2016.{{Cite web|url=http://www.tiff.net/films/busters-mal-heart/|title=Buster's Mal Heart|website=www.tiff.net|access-date=2016-09-19}} Shortly after, Well Go USA Entertainment acquired U.S distribution rights to the film.{{cite web|url=http://variety.com/2016/film/news/rami-malek-thriller-busters-mal-heart-well-go-1201901503/|title=Rami Malek’s Thriller ‘Buster’s Mal Heart’ Sells to Well Go USA|website=[[Variety (magazine)|Variety]]|first=Dave|last=McNary|date=October 26, 2016|accessdate=October 26, 2016}} The film went onto screen at the [[AFI Fest]] on November 11, 2016.{{cite web|url=http://afifest.afi.com/2016/sections/T4898|title=Buster's Mal Heart|website=[[American Film Institute|AFI]]|accessdate=April 7, 2017}} and will screen at the [[Tribeca Film Festival]] on April 26, 2017.{{cite web|url=http://variety.com/2017/legit/news/2017-tribeca-film-festival-slate-full-list-1202000457/|title=Tribeca Film Festival Unveils 2017 Feature Film Slate (FULL LIST)|website=[[Variety (magazine)|Variety]]|first=Gordon|last=Cox|date=March 2, 2017|accessdate=April 7, 2017}}{{cite web|url=https://tribecafilm.com/filmguide/busters-mal-heart-2017|title=Buster's Mal Heart|website=[[Tribeca Film Festival]]|accessdate=April 7, 2017}}   ''Buster's Mal Heart'' premiered at the [[2016 Toronto International Film Festival|Toronto International Film Festival]] on September 11, 2016.{{Cite web|url=http://www.tiff.net/films/busters-mal-heart/|title=Buster's Mal Heart|website=www.tiff.net|access-date=2016-09-19}} Shortly after, Well Go USA Entertainment acquired U.S distribution rights to the film.{{ci[...]



Banja Luka–Belgrade

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‎Belgrade Banjaluka II: 2017. ← Previous revision Revision as of 15:12, 30 April 2017 Line 45: Line 45:   {{Cycling past winner rider|year=2015|name={{sortname|Andi|Bajc}}|nat=SLO|team={{ct|AMP|2015}}}}   {{Cycling past winner rider|year=2015|name={{sortname|Andi|Bajc}}|nat=SLO|team={{ct|AMP|2015}}}}   {{Cycling past winner rider|year=2016|name={{sortname|Filippo|Fortin}}|nat=ITA|team={{ct|GME|2016}}}}   {{Cycling past winner rider|year=2016|name={{sortname|Filippo|Fortin}}|nat=ITA|team={{ct|GME|2016}}}}   + {{Cycling past winner rider|year=2017|name={{sortname|Nicola|Gaffurini}}|nat=ITA|team={{ct|SAN|2017}}}}   {{Cycling past winner end}}   {{Cycling past winner end}}     [...]



Yuttha Medai All Stars

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‎Results ← Previous revision Revision as of 15:12, 30 April 2017 Line 44: Line 44:   !13   !13   |-   |- − !Richmond and Yi Ling + !Pavitheran and Ashera − |2nd + |1st − |9th + |1st   + |1st   + |7th{{brown|⊂}}   + |5th   + |1st{{green|ƒ}}   + |1st   |3rd   |3rd − |6th + |1stε − |7th   − |4th   − |{{blue|7th}}     |5th   |5th − |6th + |1st − |1st{{magenta|ə}} + |1st − |4th{{green|ƒ}} + |1st{{brown|⊃}}   + |1st   |3rd   |3rd − |4th   − |{{blue|4th}}     |1st   |1st − | + |Pavitheran 8, Ashera 7 − |Richmond 7, Yi Ling 7     |-   |-   !Idham and Amira   !Idham and Amira Line 75: Line 73:   |2nd   |2nd   |2nd   |2nd − | + |2nd − |Idham 7, Amira 7 + |Idham 8, Amira 7   |-   |- − !Pavitheran and Ashera + !Richmond and Yi Ling − |1st + |2nd − |1st + |9th − |1st   − |7th{{brown|⊂}}   − |5th   − |1st{{green|ƒ}}   − |1st     |3rd   |3rd − |1stε + |6th   + |7th   + |4th   + |{{blue|7th}}   |5th   |5th − |1st + |6th − |1st + |1st{{magenta|ə}} − |1st{{brown|⊃}} + |4th{{green|ƒ}}   + |3rd   + |4th   + |{{blue|4th}}   |1st   |1st   |3rd   |3rd − | + |Richmond 8, Yi Ling 7 − |Pavitheran 7, Ashera 7     |-   |- −     !Pravieen and Kaviya   !Pravieen and Kaviya   |4th   |4th Line 111: Line 108:   |Pravieen 8, Kaviya 7   |Pravieen 8, Kaviya 7   |-   |- −     !Wen Quan and Sabrina   !Wen Quan and Sabrina   |5th   |5th [...]



Pennsylvania Railroad Station (Hobart, Indiana)

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← Previous revision Revision as of 15:12, 30 April 2017 Line 23: Line 23:   It was a craft shop for several years. In July 2010, the Hobart [[Chamber of Commerce]] was using the building for offices.   It was a craft shop for several years. In July 2010, the Hobart [[Chamber of Commerce]] was using the building for offices.       + {{Commons Category|Pennsylvania Railroad Station (Hobart, IN)}}   ==Bibliography==   ==Bibliography==   [[File:Pennsylvania RR Station P7220017 Hobart Indiana.jpg|thumb|left|Close-up shot of the station.]]   [[File:Pennsylvania RR Station P7220017 Hobart Indiana.jpg|thumb|left|Close-up shot of the station.]] [...]



Oymyakon

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Reverted to revision 777865698 by XboxGamer22408 (talk): Exaggerated it. (TW) ← Previous revision Revision as of 15:12, 30 April 2017 Line 76: Line 76:       ==Climate==   ==Climate== − With an extreme [[subarctic climate]] ([[Köppen climate classification]] ''Dsd''), Oymyakon is known as one of the candidates for the Northern [[Pole of Cold]], the other being the [[types of inhabited localities in Russia|town]] of [[Verkhoyansk]], located 629 km (391 miles) away by air. The ground there is permanently frozen (continuous [[permafrost]]). + With an extreme [[subarctic climate]] ([[Köppen climate classification]] ''Dwd''), Oymyakon is known as one of the candidates for the Northern [[Pole of Cold]], the other being the [[types of inhabited localities in Russia|town]] of [[Verkhoyansk]], located 629 km (391 miles) away by air. The ground there is permanently frozen (continuous [[permafrost]]).       On February 6, 1933, a temperature of {{convert|−67.7|C|1}} was recorded at Oymyakon's weather station.{{cite web|author=N.A. Stepanova |title=On the Lowest Temperatures on Earth|url=http://docs.lib.noaa.gov/rescue/mwr/086/mwr-086-01-0006.pdf |publisher=Docs.lib.noaa.gov   On February 6, 1933, a temperature of {{convert|−67.7|C|1}} was recorded at Oymyakon's weather station.{{cite web|author=N.A. Stepanova |title=On the Lowest Temperatures on Earth|url=http://docs.lib.noaa.gov/rescue/mwr/086/mwr-086-01-0006.pdf |publisher=Docs.lib.noaa.gov Line 149: Line 149:   |year low C = −22.1   |year low C = −22.1   |Jan record low C = −65.4   |Jan record low C = −65.4 − |Feb record low C = −97.7 + |Feb record low C = −67.7 − |Mar record low C = −90.6 + |Mar record low C = −60.6   |Apr record low C = −46.4   |Apr record low C = −46.4   |May record low C = −28.9   |May record low C = −28.9 Line 160: Line 160:   |Nov record low C = −58.5   |Nov record low C = −58.5   |Dec record low C = −62.8   |Dec record low C = −62.8 − |year record low C = −97.7 + |year record low C = −67.7   |Jan precipitation mm = 6   |Jan precipitation mm = 6   |Feb precipitation mm = 7   |Feb precipitation mm = 7 [...]



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Resident Evil: The Final Chapter

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‎Cast ← Previous revision Revision as of 15:12, 30 April 2017 Line 67: Line 67:       == Cast ==   == Cast == − * [[Milla Jovovich]] as [[Alice (Resident Evil)|Alice / Alicia Marcus]] + * Ty'Zell Anderson as [[Alice (Resident Evil)|Alice / Alicia Marcus]]   * [[Ali Larter]] as [[Claire Redfield]]   * [[Ali Larter]] as [[Claire Redfield]]   * [[Shawn Roberts]] as [[Albert Wesker]]   * [[Shawn Roberts]] as [[Albert Wesker]] [...]



LG Electronics

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← Previous revision Revision as of 15:12, 30 April 2017 Line 73: Line 73:   ====Mobile phones====   ====Mobile phones====   [[File:LG G4 Global Launching.jpg|thumb|right|200px|LG G4 Global Launching]]   [[File:LG G4 Global Launching.jpg|thumb|right|200px|LG G4 Global Launching]] − LG Electronics manufactures a wide range of smartphones and tablet devices.{{cite web|url=http://www.phonearena.com/phones/LG-G3_id8347 |publisher=Phone arena |title= G3's spec |accessdate=2014-07-02}} Other than the [[LG G3|G3]], LG officially unveiled the curved smartphone, G Flex, on 27 October 2013. LG has released it in South Korea in November 2013, and later announced releases in Europe, the rest of Asia, and North America.{{cite web|title=LG G Flex appears on the FCC with AT&T-friendly LTE|url=http://www.engadget.com/2013/11/15/lg-g-flex-att-lte/|work=Engadget|accessdate=9 March 2014}}{{cite web|title=LG G Flex announced with vertically curved 6-inch 720p screen, 'self-repairing' back cover|url=http://www.engadget.com/2013/10/27/lg-g-flex/|work=Engadget|accessdate=9 March 2014}} At [[Consumer Electronics Show]] in January 2014, LG announced a U.S. release for the G2 across several major carriers.{{cite web|title=LG G Flex coming to AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile this winter|url=http://www.theverge.com/2014/1/6/5279814/lg-g-flex-launching-att-sprint-t-mobile|work=The Verge|accessdate=9 March 2014}} In 2015, LG has released [[LG G4]] globally in late May through early June.{{cite web|url=http://www.cnet.com/products/lg-g4/ |publisher=Cnet |title= G4 release date |accessdate=2015-05-06}} On 7 September 2016, LG unveiled the V20.{{Cite web|url=https://www.mobigyaan.com/lg-v20-unveiled|title=LG V20 unveiled with Android 7.0 Nougat, dual rear cameras and secondary screen|last=|first=|date=2016-09-07|website=MobiGyaan.com|publisher=|access-date=2016-09-07}} LG G6 has been officially announced during [[Mobile World Congress|MWC 2017]] on 26th of September 2017.http://www.androidauthority.com/lg-g6-release-date-price-specs-features-738704/ + LG Electronics manufactures a wide range of smartphones and tablet devices.{{cite web|url=http://www.phonearena.com/phones/LG-G3_id8347 |publisher=Phone arena |title= G3's spec |accessdate=2014-07-02}} Other than the [[LG G3|G3]], LG officially unveiled the curved smartphone, G Flex, on 27 October 2013. LG has released it in South Korea in November 2013, and later announced releases in Europe, the rest of Asia, and North America.{{cite web|title=LG G Flex appears on the FCC with AT&T-friendly LTE|url=http://www.engadget.com/2013/11/15/lg-g-flex-att-lte/|work=Engadget|accessdate=9 March 2014}}



Monoprix

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← Previous revision Revision as of 15:12, 30 April 2017 Line 9: Line 9:   | industry = [[Retail]]   | industry = [[Retail]]   | location_country = [[France]]   | location_country = [[France]] − | location_city = [[Gretz-Armainvilliers]] + | location_city = [[Clichy, Hauts-de-Seine]] − | locations = [[Clichy, Hauts-de-Seine]] + | locations =   | area_served = {{ubl|France}}   | area_served = {{ubl|France}}   | key_people = [[Jean-Charles Naouri]] ([[Chief Executive Officer|CEO]])   | key_people = [[Jean-Charles Naouri]] ([[Chief Executive Officer|CEO]]) [...]



Special Effects (film)

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← Previous revision Revision as of 15:12, 30 April 2017 Line 25: Line 25:   | amg_id =   | amg_id =   }}   }} − '''''Special Effects''''' is a 1984 film directed by [[Larry Cohen]]. It stars [[Zoe Lund]] and [[Eric Bogosian]].{{cite web|url=http://allmovie.com/work/special-effects-45975|title=Special Effects (1985) - Larry Cohen - Synopsis, Characteristics, Moods, Themes and Related - AllMovie|author=Eleanor Mannikka|work=[[AllMovie]]|accessdate=18 January 2016}} + '''''Special Effects''''' is a 1984 film directed by [[Larry Cohen]]. It stars [[Zoe Lund]] and [[Eric Bogosian]].       ==Plot==   ==Plot== Line 34: Line 34:   *[[Eric Bogosian]] as Christopher Neville   *[[Eric Bogosian]] as Christopher Neville   *[[Brad Rijn]] as Keefe Waterman   *[[Brad Rijn]] as Keefe Waterman − *[[Kevin O'Connor (actor, born 1938)|Kevin O'Connor]] as Det. Lt. Phillip Delroy + *[[Kevin O'Connor (actor, born 1938)|Kevin O'Connor]] as Det. Lt. Phillip Delroy   *[[Bill Oland]] as Det. Vickers   *[[Bill Oland]] as Det. Vickers −   − ==References==   − {{reflist}}         ==External links==   ==External links== − *{{imdb title|id=0088157|title=Special Effects}} + *{{IMDb title|id=0088157|title=Special Effects}}   + *{{AllMovie title|id=45975|title=Special Effects}}       {{Larry Cohen}}   {{Larry Cohen}} [...]



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Anthony LaPaglia

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Family ← Previous revision Revision as of 15:12, 30 April 2017 Line 22: Line 22:       ==Early life==   ==Early life== − LaPaglia was born in [[Adelaide]], South Australia, the son of Maria Johannes (née Brendel), a secretary and model, and Gedio "Eddie" LaPaglia (deceased), an auto mechanic and car dealer.Stated on ''[[Inside the Actors Studio]]'', 2009 LaPaglia's mother was Dutch, and his father immigrated from [[Bovalino]], [[Calabria]], [[Italy]], at the age of eighteen. His younger brother, [[Jonathan LaPaglia]], is also an actor, and his other brother, Michael, is a car wholesaler in Los Angeles.{{Citation needed|date=May 2009}} LaPaglia attended [[Rostrevor College]] & Norwood High School. + LaPaglia was born in [[Adelaide]], South Australia, the son of Maria Johannes (née Brendel), a secretary and model, and Gedio "Eddie" LaPaglia (deceased), and auto mechanic and car dealer.Stated on ''[[Inside the Actors Studio]]'', 2009 LaPaglia's mother was Dutch, and his father immigrated from [[Bovalino]], [[Calabria]], [[Italy]], at the age of eighteen. His younger brother, [[Jonathan LaPaglia]], is also an actor, and his other brother, Michael, is a car wholesaler in Los Angeles. His half-brother Robert Ringsell is an avid AFC fan, based in London.{{Citation needed|date=May 2009}} LaPaglia attended [[Rostrevor College]] & Norwood High School.       LaPaglia was working in Adelaide as a shoe salesman for Florsheim shoes in the early 1980's. He asked to be transferred to the US and continued working there whilst studying acting as he was rejected by the prestigious Sydney drama school NIDA. LaPaglia first began his venture into dramatic art in his late teens, when he enrolled in an acting course at the South Australian Castings Agency (SA Castings) in Adelaide. The two and half year course was to be supplemented with a further three months, which would have included a "boot camp" and a trial listing with SA Castings. After completing one and half years of the course, LaPaglia left Adelaide for Los Angeles.{{Citation needed|date=May 2009}}   LaPaglia was working in Adelaide as a shoe salesman for Florsheim shoes in the early 1980's. He asked to be transferred to the US and continued working there whilst studying acting as he was rejected by the prestigious Sydney drama school NIDA. LaPaglia first began his venture into dramatic art in his late teens, when he enrolled in an acting course at the South Australian Castings Agency (SA Castings) in Adelaide. The two and half year course was to be supplemented with a further three months, which would have included a "boot camp" and a trial listing with SA Castings. After com[...]



Greater adjutant

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‎Description ← Previous revision Revision as of 15:12, 30 April 2017 Line 24: Line 24:       ==Description==   ==Description==   + [[File:Greater Adjutant Leptoptilos dubius by Dr. Raju Kasambe (1).JPG|thumbnail|Greater adjutant]]   The greater adjutant is a huge bird, standing tall at {{convert|145|–|150|cm|in|round=0.5|abbr=on}}. The average length is {{convert|136|cm|in|abbr=on}} and average wingspan is {{convert|250|cm|in|round=0.5|abbr=on}}. While no weights have been published for wild birds, the greater adjutant is among the largest of living storks, with published measurements overlapping with those of the [[jabiru]] (''Jabiru mycteria''), [[saddle-billed stork]] (''Ephippiorhynchus senegalensis'') and [[marabou stork]] (''Leptoptilos crumeniferus''). Juvenile greater adjutant storks in captivity weighed from {{convert|8|to|11|kg|lb|abbr=on}}. For comparison, the heaviest known wild stork was a marabou stork scaling {{convert|8.9|kg|lb|abbr=on}}.''CRC Handbook of Avian Body Masses'' by John B. Dunning Jr. (Editor). CRC Press (1992), ISBN 978-0-8493-4258-5. The huge [[Beak|bill]], which averages {{convert|32.2|cm|in|abbr=on}} long, is wedge-like and is pale grey with a darker base. The [[Wing chord (biology)|wing chord]] averages {{convert|80.5|cm|in|abbr=on}}, the [[tail]] {{convert|31.8|cm|in|abbr=on}} and the [[Tarsometatarsus|tarsus]] {{convert|32.4|cm|in|abbr=on}} in length. With the exception of the tarsus length, the standard measurements of the greater adjutant are on average greater than that of other stork species.{{cite book|author=Hancock, Kushlan|author2=Kahl|last-author-amp=yes|title=Storks, Ibises, and Spoonbills of the World| publisher=Academic Press|year=1992| isbn=978-0-12-322730-0|page=?}} A white collar ruff at the base of its bare yellow to red-skinned neck gives it a vulture-like appearance. In the breeding season, the pouch and neck become bright orange and the upper thighs of the grey legs turn reddish. Adults have a dark wing that contrasts with light grey secondary coverts. The underside of the body is whitish and the sexes are indistinguishable in the field. Juveniles are a duller version of the adult. The pendant inflatable pouch connects to the air passages and is not connected to the digestive tract. The exact function is unknown, but it is not involved in food storage as was sometimes believed. This was established in 1825 by Dr John Adam, a student of Professor [[Robert Jameson]], who dissected a specimen and found the two layered pouch filled mainly with air.{{cite journal|last=Adam|first= John| year=1825|title=A description of the Ciconia Argala or Adjutant bird of Bengal.|journal= Trans. Med. Phys. Soc. I., Calcutta|pages=240–248|url=https://archive.[...]



Robert McCracken

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‎Retirement: Added content re: Anthony Joshua ← Previous revision Revision as of 15:12, 30 April 2017 Line 17: Line 17:   ==Retirement==   ==Retirement==   McCracken was head coach of the British boxing team at the 2012 Olympics.{{cite web|url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/olympics/19237274|title=Chief Rob McCracken key to Team GB's Olympic boxing medal haul|author=Ben Dirs|date=12 August 2012|accessdate=13 October 2013|publisher=BBC Sport}}{{cite web|url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/boxing/24492981|title=Rob McCracken: Meet British boxing's Dave Brailsford|author=Ben Dirs|date=13 October 2013|accessdate=13 October 2013|publisher=BBC Sport}}   McCracken was head coach of the British boxing team at the 2012 Olympics.{{cite web|url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/olympics/19237274|title=Chief Rob McCracken key to Team GB's Olympic boxing medal haul|author=Ben Dirs|date=12 August 2012|accessdate=13 October 2013|publisher=BBC Sport}}{{cite web|url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/boxing/24492981|title=Rob McCracken: Meet British boxing's Dave Brailsford|author=Ben Dirs|date=13 October 2013|accessdate=13 October 2013|publisher=BBC Sport}} − McCracken has also trained retired Super-Middleweight champion Carl Froch and is training Olympic gold medallist and current IBF Heavyweight Champion Anthony Joshua. + McCracken has also trained retired Super-Middleweight champion Carl Froch and is training Olympic gold medallist and current IBF, IBO and WBA (Super) Heavyweight Champion Anthony Joshua.       He was appointed [[Member of the Order of the British Empire]] (MBE) in the 2013 New Year Honours for services to boxing and the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.{{LondonGazette |issue=60367 |date=29 December 2012 |startpage=25 |supp=yes }}   He was appointed [[Member of the Order of the British Empire]] (MBE) in the 2013 New Year Honours for services to boxing and the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.{{LondonGazette |issue=60367 |date=29 December 2012 |startpage=25 |supp=yes }} [...]



List of American films of 1954

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added several films ← Previous revision Revision as of 15:12, 30 April 2017 Line 179: Line 179:   |-   |-   |''[[The Good Die Young]]'' || [[Lewis Gilbert]] || [[Joan Collins]], [[Laurence Harvey]], [[Gloria Grahame]] || Drama ||   |''[[The Good Die Young]]'' || [[Lewis Gilbert]] || [[Joan Collins]], [[Laurence Harvey]], [[Gloria Grahame]] || Drama ||   + |-   + |''[[The Great Diamond Robbery]]'' || [[Robert Z. Leonard]] || [[Red Skelton]], [[James Whitmore]], [[Cara Williams]] || Comedy ||   |-   |-   |''[[Green Fire]]''|| [[Andrew Marton]] ||[[Grace Kelly]], [[Stewart Granger]], [[Paul Douglas (actor)|Paul Douglas]] || Adventure || [[MGM]]   |''[[Green Fire]]''|| [[Andrew Marton]] ||[[Grace Kelly]], [[Stewart Granger]], [[Paul Douglas (actor)|Paul Douglas]] || Adventure || [[MGM]] Line 195: Line 197:   |-   |-   |''[[Hell's Outpost]]'' || [[Joseph Kane]] || [[Rod Cameron (actor)|Rod Cameron]], [[Joan Leslie]] || Drama || [[Republic Pictures|Republic]]   |''[[Hell's Outpost]]'' || [[Joseph Kane]] || [[Rod Cameron (actor)|Rod Cameron]], [[Joan Leslie]] || Drama || [[Republic Pictures|Republic]]   + |-   + |''[[Her Twelve Men]]'' || [[Robert Z. Leonard]] || [[Greer Garson]], [[Robert Ryan]], [[Barry Sullivan]] || Comedy ||   |-   |-   |''[[The High and the Mighty (film)|The High and the Mighty]]''||[[William Wellman]] ||[[John Wayne]], [[Robert Stack]], [[Laraine Day]], [[Claire Trevor]], [[Jan Sterling]], [[Robert Newton]], [[Sidney Blackmer]], [[Phil Harris]], [[Paul Fix]], [[Doe Avedon]] || Drama ||6 [[Academy Award|Oscar]] nominations; won for Best Musical Score   |''[[The High and the Mighty (film)|The High and the Mighty]]''||[[William Wellman]] ||[[John Wayne]], [[Robert Stack]], [[Laraine Day]], [[Claire Trevor]], [[Jan Sterling]], [[Robert Newton]], [[Sidney Blackmer]], [[Phil Harris]], [[Paul Fix]], [[Doe Avedon]] || Drama ||6 [[Academy Award|Oscar]] nominations; won for Best Musical Score [...]



Swiss Indoors

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← Previous revision Revision as of 15:12, 30 April 2017 Line 11: Line 11:   | venue = [[St. Jakobshalle]]   | venue = [[St. Jakobshalle]]   | category = [[ATP World Tour 500 series|ATP World Tour 500]]   | category = [[ATP World Tour 500 series|ATP World Tour 500]] − | surface = Hard / indoors (2007-present)
Carpet / indoors (1970–2006) + | surface = Hard / indoors (2007–present)
Carpet / indoors (1970–2006)   | draw = 32S/16Q/16D   | draw = 32S/16Q/16D   | prize money = €2,022,300   | prize money = €2,022,300 Line 17: Line 17:   | notes =   | notes =   | singles = {{flagicon|CRO}} [[Marin Čilić]]   | singles = {{flagicon|CRO}} [[Marin Čilić]] − | doubles = {{flagicon|ESP}} [[Marcel Granollers]]
{{flagicon|USA}} [[Jack Sock]] + | doubles = {{flagicon|ESP}} [[Marcel Granollers]]
{{flagicon|USA}} [[Jack Sock]]   }}   }}     [...]



366 US 213

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‎top: spacing fix using AWB ← Previous revision Revision as of 15:12, 30 April 2017 Line 1: Line 1: − #REDIRECT [[James v. United States (1961)]] + #REDIRECT [[James v. United States (1961)]] −         {{redirect category shell|{{R typo|366 U.S. 213}}{{R unprintworthy}}}}   {{redirect category shell|{{R typo|366 U.S. 213}}{{R unprintworthy}}}} [...]



Die Nigger Die!

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‎External links ← Previous revision Revision as of 15:12, 30 April 2017 Line 31: Line 31:   ==External links==   ==External links==   *[http://historyisaweapon.org/defcon1/dnd.html#DIV1 Extracts from ''Die Nigger Die!'']   *[http://historyisaweapon.org/defcon1/dnd.html#DIV1 Extracts from ''Die Nigger Die!''] − + {{Authority control}}   [[Category:1969 books]]   [[Category:1969 books]]   [[Category:African-American autobiographies]]   [[Category:African-American autobiographies]] [...]



From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler (1995 film)

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← Previous revision Revision as of 15:12, 30 April 2017 Line 6: Line 6:   | writer = Betty Goldberg   | writer = Betty Goldberg   | director = Marcus Cole   | director = Marcus Cole − | starring = [[Lauren Bacall]]
[[Jean Marie Barnwell]]
[[Jesse Lee Soffer]] + | starring = [[Lauren Bacall]]
Jean Marie Barnwell
[[Jesse Lee Soffer]]   | music = [[Ron Ramin]]   | music = [[Ron Ramin]]   | country = [[United States]]   | country = [[United States]] Line 15: Line 15:   | cinematography = Kees Van Oostrum   | cinematography = Kees Van Oostrum   | runtime = 92 minutes   | runtime = 92 minutes − | company = [[Signboard Hill Productions]] + | company = Signboard Hill Productions   | distributor = [[American Broadcasting Company|ABC]]   | distributor = [[American Broadcasting Company|ABC]]   | budget =   | budget = Line 46: Line 46:   ==Cast==   ==Cast==   * [[Lauren Bacall]] as Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler, the keeper of the mixed-up files and donator of "The Angel"   * [[Lauren Bacall]] as Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler, the keeper of the mixed-up files and donator of "The Angel" − * [[Jean Marie Barnwell]] as Claudia Eleanor Kincaid, mastermind and runaway + * Jean Marie Barnwell as Claudia Eleanor Kincaid, mastermind and runaway   * [[Jesse Lee Soffer]] as James Lincoln "Jamie" Kincaid, partner in crime and money manager   * [[Jesse Lee Soffer]] as James Lincoln "Jamie" Kincaid, partner in crime and money manager   * [[Miriam Flynn]] as Evelyn Kincaid, Claudia and Jamie's mother   * [[Miriam Flynn]] as Evelyn Kincaid, Claudia and Jamie's mother [...]



Batman: Arkham Knight

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‎Reception ← Previous revision Revision as of 15:12, 30 April 2017 Line 161: Line 161:   }}   }}     − Aggregating review website [[Metacritic]] calculated an [[Normalization (statistics)|average]] score of 87 out of 100 based on 89 reviews for the PlayStation 4 version, 85 out of 100 based on 16 reviews for the Xbox One version, and 70 out of 100 based on 14 reviews for the Microsoft Windows version. + Aggregating review website [[Metacritic]] calculated an [[Normalization (statistics)|average]] score of 88 out of 100 based on 89 reviews for the PlayStation 4 version, 85 out of 100 based on 16 reviews for the Xbox One version, and 70 out of 100 based on 14 reviews for the Microsoft Windows version.       Dan Stapleton of [[IGN]] rated the game a score of 9.2 out of 10, praising the graphics, gameplay variety, detail of the open world, the voice acting performances (particularly of Kevin Conroy as Batman and John Noble as Scarecrow) and the overall improvement in the combat and predator systems. He criticized the Batmobile's Battle mode as "weird" and "about as un-Batman an activity as [he could] imagine," as well as the difficulty of managing the vehicle's default controls, though praised the tank battles as "good fun". [[Polygon (website)|Polygon]]'s Justin McElroy, giving the game a 10 out of 10, stating that the game "ticks all the boxes for the fourth entry in a AAA franchise." He lauded the ingenuity of the game's puzzles, noting how they make the players think on a significantly higher level than past entries in the series, calling the game "nothing short of revolutionary" and "the best game of this console generation." Steve Tilley of ''[[The Toronto Sun]]'' deemed the game "fantastic, if a little formulaic". He felt it a satisfying and appropriately large-scale conclusion to Rocksteady's ''Arkham'' games, praising the surprises in the plot, as well as the graphics, combat, and the Batmobile's range of abilities.   Dan Stapleton of [[IGN]] rated the game a score of 9.2 out of 10, praising the graphics, gameplay variety, detail of the open world, the voice acting performances (particularly of Kevin Conroy as Batman and John Noble as Scarecrow) and the overall improvement in the combat and predator systems. He criticized the Batmobile's Battle mode as "weird" and "about as un-Batman an activity as [he could] imagine[...]