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Dutch Brazil

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← Previous revision Revision as of 09:05, 21 July 2017 Line 84: Line 84:       ====Governance under Maurits====   ====Governance under Maurits==== − Maurits claimed to have always loved Brazil due to its beauty and its people, and under his rule, the colony thrived.Lockhart and Schwartz, ''Early Latin America'', p. 251. His patronage of Dutch Golden Age painters, such as [[Albert Eckhout]] and [[Frans Post]], to depict Brazil's richness resulted in works showing different races, landscapes, and still lifes. He also invited naturalists [[Georg Marcgrave|Georg Marcgraf]] and [[Willem Piso]] to Brazil. They collected and published a vast amount of information on Brazil's natural history, resulting in the 1648 publication of ''Historia Naturalis Brasiliae'', the first organized European compendium of knowledge on the Americas, which was hugely influential in learned European scientific circles for well over a century.Neil Safier, "Beyond Brazilian Nature: The Editorial Itineraries of Marcgraf and Piso's ''Historia Naturalis Braziliae'' in Michiel Van Grosen, ''The Legacy of Dutch Brazil''. New York: Cambridge University Press 2014, pp. 168-186. + Maurits claimed to have always loved Brazil due to its beauty and its people, and under his rule, the colony thrived.Lockhart and Schwartz, ''Early Latin America'', p. 251. His patronage of Dutch Golden Age painters, such as [[Albert Eckhout]] and [[Frans Post]], to depict Brazil's richness resulted in works showing different races, landscapes, and still lifes. He also invited naturalists [[Georg Marcgrave|Georg Marcgraf]] and [[Willem Piso]] to Brazil. They collected and published a vast amount of information on Brazil's natural history, resulting in the 1648 publication of ''[[Historia Naturalis Brasiliae]]'', the first organized European compendium of knowledge on the Americas, which was hugely influential in learned European scientific circles for well over a century.Neil Safier, "Beyond Brazilian Nature: The Editorial Itineraries of Marcgraf and Piso's ''Historia Naturalis Braziliae'' in Michiel Van Grosen, ''The Legacy of Dutch Brazil''. New York: Cambridge University Press 2014, pp. 168-186.       He organized a form of representative local government by creating municipal councils and rural councils with both Dutch and Brazilian Portuguese members to represent the population.Schwartz, Stuart B. Early Brazil: A Documentary Collection to 1700. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2010.   He organized a form of representative local government by creating municipal councils and rural councils with both Dutch and Brazilian Portuguese members to represent the population.Schwartz, Stuart B. Early Brazil: A Documentary Collection to 1700. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2010. [...]



Berenicehul

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← Previous revision Revision as of 09:05, 21 July 2017 Line 29: Line 29:       ===Early life===   ===Early life=== − {{unreferenced section|date=April 2017}}     Liberia Clearly{{Cite web|url=http://www.cliberiaclearly.net|title=C LIBERIA CLEARLY|website=www.cliberiaclearly.net|access-date=2017-07-21}} is a multifaceted, [[media]] [[Company (musical)|company]] committed to spotlighting innovators within the Liberian [[Community|communities]] around the global. We believe in natural [[Talent|talents]] and abilities of [[Liberians United for Reconciliation and Democracy|Liberians]] and are doing our part to lift [[Liberia]].   Liberia Clearly{{Cite web|url=http://www.cliberiaclearly.net|title=C LIBERIA CLEARLY|website=www.cliberiaclearly.net|access-date=2017-07-21}} is a multifaceted, [[media]] [[Company (musical)|company]] committed to spotlighting innovators within the Liberian [[Community|communities]] around the global. We believe in natural [[Talent|talents]] and abilities of [[Liberians United for Reconciliation and Democracy|Liberians]] and are doing our part to lift [[Liberia]].     [...]



Hobbamock

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‎Action to rescue Squanto from Corbitant ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:05, 21 July 2017 Line 14: Line 14:       ===Action to rescue Squanto from Corbitant===   ===Action to rescue Squanto from Corbitant=== − As Winslow told the story, word reached Plymouth that the Narragansett had driven Massasoit "from his country" and that a sub-sachem, tributary to Massasoit named [[Corbitant]] (written ''Coubatant'' by Winslow) (possibly conspiring with them) was a the nearby village of [[Middleborough, Massachusetts|Nemasket]] attempting to disaffect the people their from their loyalty to Masassoit and attempting to foment hostility against the English and because of the recent peace treaty they made with the natives of Cape Cod, Squanto also because he effecteed the treaty.{{harvnb|Mourt's Relation|1622|p=53}} reprinted in {{harvnb|Dexter|1865|p=110}} and {{harvnb|Young|1841|p=219}}. Another Pokanet living among them, Tokamaham, set off to see Massasoit (or perhaps Corbitant, Winslow's account is not clear) but Squanto and Hobomok were afraid. Instead they went to Nemasket to learn what they could about Corbitant's actiities. When there Squanto was captured by Corbitant of whom Corbitant said "if he were dead, the English had lost their tongue." Hobomok saw Corbitant holding a knife to Squanto's chect, broke free of his restraints and ran to Plymouth, fearing that Squanto had been killed.{{harvnb|Mourt's Relation|1622|p=53}} reprinted in {{harvnb|Dexter|1865|p=120}} and {{harvnb|Young|1841|p-=220}}. Bradford's account makes no mention of any threat to Massasoit> He only writes that Hobomok and Squanto returning from "bussines amonge the Indeans" met Corbitant at Nemasket where they began quarreling and Corbitant threatened to stab Hobomok, broke free and came running ot Plymouth where he told Bradford that he feared Squanto had been killed, all on account of their friendship to the English. The Governor convened a council at which it was decided that this outrage could not go unavenged. They determined to send a group of armed men to Nemaket and if it turned out that Squanto had been kill, they would cut off Corbitant's head.''OPP'': {{harvnb|Davis|1908|p=119}} and {{harvnb|Morison|1952|p=88}}. + As Winslow told the story, word reached Plymouth that the Narragansett had driven Massasoit "from his country" and that a sub-sachem, tributary to Massasoit named [[Corbitant]] (written ''Coubatant'' by Winslow) (possibly conspiring with them) was at the nearby village of [[Middleborough, Massachusetts|Nemasket]] attempting to disaffect the people their from their loyalty to Masassoit and attempting to foment hostility against the English and because of the recent peace treaty they made with the natives of Cape Cod, Squanto also because he effecteed the treaty.{{harvnb|Mourt's Relation|1622|p=53}} reprinted in {{harvnb|Dexter|1865|p=110}} and {{harvnb|Young|1841|p=219}}. Another Pokanet living among them, Tokamaham, set off to see Massasoit (or perhaps Corbitant, Winslow's account is not clear) but Squanto and Hobomok were afraid. Instead they went to Nemasket to learn what they could about Corbitant's actiities. When there Squanto was captured by Corbitant of whom Corbitant said "if he were dead, the English had lost their tongue." Hobomok saw Corbitant holding a knife to Squanto's chect, broke free of his restraints and ran to Plymouth, fearing that Squanto had been killed.{{harvnb|Mourt's Relation|1622|p=53}} reprinted in {{harvnb|Dexter|1865|p=120}} and {{harvnb|Young|1841|p-=220}}. Bradford's account makes no mention of any threat to Massasoit> He only writes that Hobomok and Squanto returning from "bussines amonge the Indeans" met Corbitant at Nemasket where they began quarreling and Corbitant threatened to stab Hobomok, broke free and came[...]



2017–18 Ukrainian Second League

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initial infobox ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:05, 21 July 2017 Line 8: Line 8:   | relegated =   | relegated =   | league topscorer =   | league topscorer = − | biggest home win = + | biggest home win = 5 - [[FC Inhulets-2 Petrove|Inhulets-2]] 6–1 [[FC Metalurh Zaporizhya|Metalurh]] ''(Round 1)'' − | biggest away win = + | biggest away win = 3 - [[FC Prykarpattia Ivano-Frankivsk (1998)|Prykarpattia]] 2–5 [[FC Ahrobiznes Volochysk|Ahrobiznes Volochysk]] ''(Round 1)'' − | highest scoring = + | highest scoring = 7 - 3 matches − | matches = + | matches = 10 − | total goals = + | total goals = 32   | longest wins =   | longest wins =   | longest unbeaten =   | longest unbeaten =   | longest winless =   | longest winless =   | longest losses =   | longest losses = − | highest attendance = + | highest attendance = 3,500 - [[FC Prykarpattia Ivano-Frankivsk (1998)|Prykarpattia]] – [[FC Ahrobiznes Volochysk|Ahrobiznes Volochysk]] ''(Round 1)'' − | lowest attendance = + | lowest attendance = 450 - [[FC Inhulets-2 Petrove|Inhulets-2]] –1[[FC Metalurh Zaporizhya|Metalurh]] ''(Round 1)''   | total attendance =   | total attendance =   | average attendance =   | average attendance =   | prevseason = [[2016–17 Ukrainian Second League|2016–17]]   | prevseason = [[2016–17 Ukrainian Second League|2016–17]]   | nextseason = 2018–19   | nextseason = 2018–19   + |updated = 21 July 2017   }}   }}     [...]



Emil Stoev (footballer, born 1996)

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← Previous revision Revision as of 09:05, 21 July 2017 Line 8: Line 8:   | position = [[Attacking midfielder]] / [[Winger (association football)|Winger]]   | position = [[Attacking midfielder]] / [[Winger (association football)|Winger]]   | currentclub = [[POFC Botev Vratsa|Botev Vratsa]]
(on loan from [[PFC Slavia Sofia|Slavia Sofia]])   | currentclub = [[POFC Botev Vratsa|Botev Vratsa]]
(on loan from [[PFC Slavia Sofia|Slavia Sofia]]) − | clubnumber = + | clubnumber = 15   | youthyears1 = 2005–2008 |youthclubs1 = [[FC Septemvri Sofia|Septemvri Sofia]]   | youthyears1 = 2005–2008 |youthclubs1 = [[FC Septemvri Sofia|Septemvri Sofia]]   | youthyears2 = 2008–2013 |youthclubs2 = [[PFC Slavia Sofia|Slavia Sofia]]   | youthyears2 = 2008–2013 |youthclubs2 = [[PFC Slavia Sofia|Slavia Sofia]] [...]



Fullerton, California

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‎Local ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:05, 21 July 2017 Line 266: Line 266:   Fullerton is a general law city with a [[council-manager government]] system. Legislative authority is vested in a city council of five non-partisan members who serve four-year staggered terms, who elect a chair who serves as mayor but hire a professional city manager for day-to-day operations. All council seats are elected at large. Elections are held every two years and are consolidated with the statewide general elections held in November of even numbered years.   Fullerton is a general law city with a [[council-manager government]] system. Legislative authority is vested in a city council of five non-partisan members who serve four-year staggered terms, who elect a chair who serves as mayor but hire a professional city manager for day-to-day operations. All council seats are elected at large. Elections are held every two years and are consolidated with the statewide general elections held in November of even numbered years.     − As of July 2017 there were 68,243 registered voters in the city: + As of July 2017 there were 68,243 registered voters in the city:<{{cite web|last1=Kelley|first1=Neal|title=Election Data Central|url=http://www.ocvote.com/datacentral/|website=Orange County Registrar of Voters|accessdate=21 July 2017}}ref>   * [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican Party]] - 24,057   * [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican Party]] - 24,057   * [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic Party]] - 25,108   * [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic Party]] - 25,108 [...]



Walter Curley

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(GlobalReplace v0.6.5) ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:05, 21 July 2017 Line 37: Line 37:   |allegiance = {{flag|United States}}   |allegiance = {{flag|United States}}   |branch = {{flag|United States Marine Corps}}   |branch = {{flag|United States Marine Corps}} − |rank = [[File:Captain_Insignia_USMC.png|20px]] [[Captain (United States O-3)|Captain]] + |rank = [[File:US-O3 insignia, USN-USMC.svg|20px]] [[Captain (United States O-3)|Captain]]   |battles = [[World War II]]   |battles = [[World War II]]   }}   }} [...]



Robert Mueller

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(GlobalReplace v0.6.5) ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:05, 21 July 2017 Line 48: Line 48:   |branch = {{flagcountry|United States Marine Corps}}   |branch = {{flagcountry|United States Marine Corps}}   |serviceyears = 1968–1980   |serviceyears = 1968–1980 − |rank = [[File:Captain Insignia USMC.png|18px]] [[Captain (United States O-3)|Captain]] + |rank = [[File:US-O3 insignia, USN-USMC.svg|18px]] [[Captain (United States O-3)|Captain]]   |unit = H Company, [[2nd Battalion, 4th Marines|2nd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment]], [[3rd Marine Division (United States)|3rd Marine Division]]   |unit = H Company, [[2nd Battalion, 4th Marines|2nd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment]], [[3rd Marine Division (United States)|3rd Marine Division]]   |commands = Platoon commander   |commands = Platoon commander [...]



User:Tuxipedia/sandbox/4

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‎Participants: Added Danish participation ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:05, 21 July 2017 Line 28: Line 28:   The following table lists the countries that have participated in the contest at least once. Shading indicates countries that have withdrawn from the contest.   The following table lists the countries that have participated in the contest at least once. Shading indicates countries that have withdrawn from the contest.     − France and Switzerland participated in the contest once, in 2004.{{cite web|url=https://eurovoix.com/2016/07/18/france-return-junior-eurovision/|title=France: Return To Junior Eurovision?|date=18 July 2016|website=eurovoix.com|first=Anthony|last=Granger|access-date=21 July 2017{{cite web|url=https://eurovoix.com/2017/05/22/switzerland-rsi-rules-return-junior-eurovision-2017/|title=Switzerland: RSI Rules Out Return To Junior Eurovision in 2017|date=22 May 2017|first=Anthony|last=Granger|website=eurovoix.com|access-date=21 July 2017}} Denmark, the host country of the first contest in 2003, has not been at the contest since 2005, along with Norway and the United Kingdom, who also participated in 2003. Poland withdrew after the 2004 contest, placing last in both 2003 and 2004, but returned in 2016. Croatia, the first winner of the contest, returned to the contest in 2014 after nine years out of the contest. However, the country placed last and withdrew again. + France and Switzerland participated in the contest once, in 2004.{{cite web|url=https://eurovoix.com/2016/07/18/france-return-junior-eurovision/|title=France: Return To Junior Eurovision?|date=18 July 2016|website=eurovoix.com|first=Anthony|last=Granger|access-date=21 July 2017{{cite web|url=https://eurovoix.com/2017/05/22/switzerland-rsi-rules-return-junior-eurovision-2017/|title=Switzerland: RSI Rules Out Return To Junior Eurovision in 2017|date=22 May 2017|first=Anthony|last=Granger|website=eurovoix.com|access-date=21 July 2017}} Denmark, the host country of the first contest in 2003, has not been at the contest since 2005,{{cite web|url=https://eurovoix.com/2017/05/26/denmark-will-not-return-to-junior-eurovision-this-year/|title=Denmark: Will Not Return To Junior Eurovision This Year|date=26 May 2017|website=eurovoix.com|first=Anthony|last=Granger|access-date=21 July 2017}} along with Norway and the United Kingdom, who also participated in 2003. Poland withdrew after the 2004 contest, placing last in both 2003 and 2004, but returned in 2016. Croatia, the first winner of the contest, returned to the contest in 2014 after nine years out of the contest. However, the country placed last and withdrew again.       [[Serbia and Montenegro]] performed once in 2005, but dissolved in 2006, causing Serbia and Montenegro to compete separately from the 2006 contest onwards.   [[Serbia and Montenegro]] performed once in 2005, but dissolved in 2006, causing Serbia and Montenegro to compete separately from the 2006 contest onwards. [...]



List of breweries in Illinois

Fri, 21 Jul 2017 09:05:40 GMT

‎Breweries: Destihl -- copy edit. ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:05, 21 July 2017 Line 94: Line 94:   | Decatur Brew Works || || ||
{{X mark}} || [[Decatur, Illinois|Decatur]], opened in 2016.MacLean, French (January 25, 2016). [http://www.decaturmagazine.com/brews-on-tap/ "Brews on Tap"], ''Decatur Magazine''. Retrieved May 7, 2016.   | Decatur Brew Works || || ||
{{X mark}} || [[Decatur, Illinois|Decatur]], opened in 2016.MacLean, French (January 25, 2016). [http://www.decaturmagazine.com/brews-on-tap/ "Brews on Tap"], ''Decatur Magazine''. Retrieved May 7, 2016.   |-   |- − | Destihl Restaurant & Brew Works ||
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{{X mark}} || || The brewpub in [[Normal, Illinois|Normal]] opened in 2007 and the one in [[Champaign, Illinois|Champaign]] opened in 2011. The production brewery in [[Bloomington, Illinois|Bloomington]] opened in 2013;Noel, Josh (August 15, 2013). [http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2013-08-15/features/chi-why-destihl-brewery-coming-to-chicago-matters-20130815_1_american-beer-festival-gabf-illinois-craft-brewers-guild "Why Destihl Brewery Coming to Chicago Matters"], ''Chicago Tribune''. Retrieved January 20, 2014.Shaver, Pat (May 7, 2014). [http://www.pantagraph.com/business/local/beyond-the-brewpub/article_95f83f7e-609b-51ce-b23d-ed2460a6a6cb.html "Beyond the Brewpub"], ''Bloomington Pantagraph''. Retrieved July 6, 2014. it moved to Normal and added a taproom in 2017.Beigh, Derek (May 25, 2017). [http://www.pantagraph.com/news/local/destihl-brewery-tasting-room-open-saturday/article_552855d5-ed28-5570-8b2f-bdd961e252ab.html "Destihl Owner: 'My Nature Is to Keep Growing'"], ''Bloomington Pantagraph''. Retrieved May 29, 2017. + | Destihl Restaurant & Brew Works ||
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{{X mark}} || || The brewpub in [[Normal, Illinois|Normal]] opened in 2007 and the one in [[Champaign, Illinois|Champaign]] opened in 2011. The production brewery in [[Bloomington, Illinois|Bloomington]] opened in 2013;Noel, Josh (August 15, 2013). [http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2013-08-15/features/chi-why-destihl-brewery-coming-to-chicago-matters-20130815_1_american-beer-festival-gabf-illinois-craft-brewers-guild "Why Destihl Brewery Coming to Chicago Matters"], ''Chicago Tribune''. Retrieved January 20, 2014.Shaver, Pat (May 7, 2014). [http://www.pantagraph.com/business/local/beyond-the-brewpub/article_95f83f7e-609b-51ce-b23d-ed2460a6a6cb.html "Beyond the Brewpub"], ''Bloomington Pantagraph''. Retrieved July 6, 2014. it was replaced by a new brewery and taproom in Normal in 2017.Beigh, Derek (May 25, 2017). [http://www.pantagraph.com/news/local/destihl-brewery-tasting-room-open-saturday/article_552855d5-ed28-5570-8b2f-bdd961e252ab.html "Destihl Owner: 'My Nature Is to Keep Growing'"], ''Bloomington Pantagraph''. Retrieved May 29, 2017.   |-   |-   | Dovetail Brewery || || ||
{{X mark}} || [[Chicago]], opened in 2016.Noel, Josh (June 22, 2016). [http://www.chicagotribune.com/dining/drink/ct-dovetail-brewery-beer-just-opened-food-ott-0624-20160621-story.html "A Visit to New Dovetail Brewery Is a Must for Any Serious Beer Lover"], ''Chicago Tribune''. Retrieved June 23, 2016.   | Dovetail Brewery || || ||
{{X mark}} || [[Chicago]], opened in 2016.Noel, Josh (June 22, 2016). [http://www.chicagotribune.com/dining/drink/ct-dovetail-brewery-beer-just-opened-food-ott-0624-20160621-story.html [...]



Should I Stay or Should I Go

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Undid revision 791492642 by Synthwave.94 (talk) It is not "unsourced". There are now three good sources. ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:05, 21 July 2017 Line 29: Line 29:       "'''Should I Stay or Should I Go'''" is a song by the English [[punk rock]] band [[the Clash]], from their album ''[[Combat Rock]]''. It was written in 1981 and featured [[Mick Jones (The Clash)|Mick Jones]] on lead vocals. It became the band's only number-one single on the [[UK Singles Chart]], a decade after it was originally released.{{cite book|first= David |last= Roberts |year= 2006 |title= [[British Hit Singles & Albums]] |edition= 19th |publisher= [[Guinness World Records|Guinness World Records Limited]] |location= London |pages= 524–5 |isbn= 1-904994-10-5}} In November 2004, it was ranked at 228 on "[[Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Songs of All Time]]" list.{{cite web|url= http://www.rollingstone.com/news/coverstory/500songs/page/3 |title= The RS 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (1-500) |archiveurl= https://web.archive.org/web/20061025052301/http://www.rollingstone.com/news/coverstory/500songs/page/3 |archivedate= 25 October 2006}}. ''[[Rolling Stone]]''. 29 December 2004. In 2009 it was ranked 42nd on [[VH1]]'s program ''100 Greatest Hard Rock Songs''.{{cite web|title= 100 Greatest Hard Rock Songs |url= http://music.spreadit.org/vh1-top-100-hard-rock-songs/ |publisher= Spreadit.org |date= 1 January 2009 |accessdate= 27 February 2009 |archiveurl= https://web.archive.org/web/20090212180319/http://music.spreadit.org/vh1-top-100-hard-rock-songs/ |archivedate= 12 February 2009 }}   "'''Should I Stay or Should I Go'''" is a song by the English [[punk rock]] band [[the Clash]], from their album ''[[Combat Rock]]''. It was written in 1981 and featured [[Mick Jones (The Clash)|Mick Jones]] on lead vocals. It became the band's only number-one single on the [[UK Singles Chart]], a decade after it was originally released.{{cite book|first= David |last= Roberts |year= 2006 |title= [[British Hit Singles & Albums]] |edition= 19th |publisher= [[Guinness World Records|Guinness World Records Limited]] |location= London |pages= 524–5 |isbn= 1-904994-10-5}} In November 2004, it was ranked at 228 on "[[Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Songs of All Time]]" list.{{cite web|url= http://www.rollingstone.com/news/coverstory/500songs/page/3 |title= The RS 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (1-500) |archiveurl= https://web.archive.org/web/20061025052301/http://www.rollingstone.com/news/coverstory/500songs/page/3 |archivedate= 25 October 2006}}. ''[[Rolling Stone]]''. 29 December 2004. In 2009 it was ranked 42nd on [[VH1]]'s program ''100 Greatest Hard Rock Songs''.{{cite web|title= 100 Greatest Hard Rock Songs |url= http://music.spreadit.org/vh1-top-100-hard-rock-songs/ |publisher= Spreadit.org |date= 1 January 2009 |accessdate= 27 February 2009 |archiveurl= https://web.archive.org/web/20090212180319/http://music.spreadit.org/vh1-top-100-hard-rock-songs/ |archivedate= 12 February 2009 }}   +   + The song is based on the [[John's Children]] track "Let Me Know" (written by John Hewlett and [[Andy Ellison]]) found on the 1970 album [[Orgasm_(John's_Children_album)|Orgasm]].http://johnschildren.info/music.htmlhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tKcobaElkmMhttp://songids.blogspot.co.uk/2016/09/should-i-stay-or-should-i-go-1982-clash.html       Many rumours have arisen about the song's content, such as Jones' impending dismissal from the Clash[...]



2017–18 Ukrainian First League

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add entry ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:05, 21 July 2017 Line 22: Line 22:   | average attendance =   | average attendance =   | prevseason = [[2016–17 Ukrainian First League|2016–17]]   | prevseason = [[2016–17 Ukrainian First League|2016–17]] − | nextseason = + | nextseason = 2018–19   |updated = 21 July 2017   |updated = 21 July 2017   }}   }} [...]



Erste Liga

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List of bus routes in Singapore

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added ref ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:05, 21 July 2017 Line 10: Line 10:   * '''Express:''' Routes that stop at several nominated stops and generally run on [[Expressways of Singapore|expressways]] for faster travel between several towns.   * '''Express:''' Routes that stop at several nominated stops and generally run on [[Expressways of Singapore|expressways]] for faster travel between several towns.   * '''Fast Forward ([[SBS Transit]]):''' Routes providing faster travel between places where there is a high demand by calling at fewer stops of the main service. Note: These bus services will be refer as EXPRESS services instead if they are transfer over to other operators in [[Bus Contracting Model|BCM]].   * '''Fast Forward ([[SBS Transit]]):''' Routes providing faster travel between places where there is a high demand by calling at fewer stops of the main service. Note: These bus services will be refer as EXPRESS services instead if they are transfer over to other operators in [[Bus Contracting Model|BCM]]. − * '''NightRider ([[SMRT Buses]])''' and '''Nite Owl ([[SBS Transit]]):''' After-hour services on Fridays, Saturdays and eve of Public Holidays. + * '''NightRider ([[SMRT Buses]])''' and '''Nite Owl ([[SBS Transit]]):''' After-hour services on Fridays, Saturdays and eve of [[Public holidays in Singapore|Public Holidays]].   * '''Chinatown Direct:''' Routes that run from towns to Chinatown via the [[List of expressways in Singapore|expressways]].   * '''Chinatown Direct:''' Routes that run from towns to Chinatown via the [[List of expressways in Singapore|expressways]].   * '''Premium:''' Special gazetted services that charge a flat fare. No standing is allowed on such bus services.   * '''Premium:''' Special gazetted services that charge a flat fare. No standing is allowed on such bus services. [...]



Asterix and Obelix All at Sea

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‎Notes ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:05, 21 July 2017 Line 30: Line 30:   *The young Obelix is shown as without his usual great strength. This means that he must be under six years old, as that was about the age he fell into the potion and presumably gained his strength (see [[How Obelix Fell into the Magic Potion When he was a Little Boy]]).   *The young Obelix is shown as without his usual great strength. This means that he must be under six years old, as that was about the age he fell into the potion and presumably gained his strength (see [[How Obelix Fell into the Magic Potion When he was a Little Boy]]).   *This album has perhaps the closest thing in the ''Asterix'' series to a major character actually dying, as Admiral Crustacius is left trapped in stone form at the end of the story, without Getafix to revert him to normal.   *This album has perhaps the closest thing in the ''Asterix'' series to a major character actually dying, as Admiral Crustacius is left trapped in stone form at the end of the story, without Getafix to revert him to normal. − *Cleopatra makes an appearance in this album alongside [[Julius Caesar]]; but her physical appearance is quite different from that seen in the album [[Asterix and Cleopatra]], in that she is here darker-skinned and shorter-nosed, and is never shown in her characteristic irascibility. + *Cleopatra appears in this album alongside [[Julius Caesar]]; but her physical appearance is quite different from that seen in the album [[Asterix and Cleopatra]], in that she is here darker-skinned and shorter-nosed, and is never shown in her characteristic irascibility.   *The young Obelix here pronounces the name of Asterix properly; but lisps in ''[[How Obelix Fell into the Magic Potion When he was a Little Boy]]''.   *The young Obelix here pronounces the name of Asterix properly; but lisps in ''[[How Obelix Fell into the Magic Potion When he was a Little Boy]]''.     [...]



Members of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly, 1999–2003

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‎See also: replaced with navbox ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:05, 21 July 2017 Line 218: Line 218:   * Premier: [[Bob Carr]] ([[Australian Labor Party|Labor]]) (1995-2005)   * Premier: [[Bob Carr]] ([[Australian Labor Party|Labor]]) (1995-2005)     − {{NSWMPs|LA1=1995|LA2=1999|LA3=2003|LA4=2007|LC1=1995|LC2=1999|LC3=2003|LC4=2007}} + {{Members of the Parliament of New South Wales}}       {{DEFAULTSORT:Members of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly, 1999-2003}}   {{DEFAULTSORT:Members of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly, 1999-2003}} [...]



United States Marine Corps

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(GlobalReplace v0.6.5) ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:05, 21 July 2017 Line 371: Line 371:   ||[[File:US-OF1B.svg|center|22px|alt=gold vertical bar]]   ||[[File:US-OF1B.svg|center|22px|alt=gold vertical bar]]   ||[[File:US-OF1A.svg|center|22px|alt=silver vertical bar]]   ||[[File:US-OF1A.svg|center|22px|alt=silver vertical bar]] − ||[[File:Captain Insignia USMC.png|center|60px|center|alt=two silver vertical bars]] + ||[[File:US-O3 insignia, USN-USMC.svg|center|60px|center|alt=two silver vertical bars]]   ||[[File:US-O4 insignia.svg|center|60px|gold oak leaf]]   ||[[File:US-O4 insignia.svg|center|60px|gold oak leaf]]   ||[[File:US-O5 insignia.svg|center|60px|Silver oak leaf]]   ||[[File:US-O5 insignia.svg|center|60px|Silver oak leaf]] [...]



Ryan Matterson

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Pál B. Nagy

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← Previous revision Revision as of 09:05, 21 July 2017 Line 42: Line 42:   }}   }}     − '''Pál B. Nagy''' (born 2 May 1935) is a Hungarian [[fencing|fencer]]. He won a gold medal in the team [[épée]] event at the [[1968 Summer Olympics]].{{cite web |url=http://www.sports-reference.com/olympics/athletes/na/pal-b-nagy-1.html |title=Pál B. Nagy Olympic Results |accessdate=2010-12-12 |work=sports-reference.com}} + '''Pál B. Nagy''' (born 2 May 1935) is a Hungarian [[fencing|fencer]]. He won a gold medal in the team [[épée]] event at the [[1968 Summer Olympics]].{{cite web |url=https://www.sports-reference.com/olympics/athletes/na/pal-b-nagy-1.html |title=Pál B. Nagy Olympic Results |accessdate=2010-12-12 |work=sports-reference.com}}       ==References==   ==References== Line 48: Line 48:       {{Footer Olympic Champions Fencing Men Team Epée}}   {{Footer Olympic Champions Fencing Men Team Epée}}   + {{Authority control}}       {{DEFAULTSORT:Nagy, Pal B.}}   {{DEFAULTSORT:Nagy, Pal B.}} [...]



Water polo at the 2017 World Aquatics Championships – Men's tournament

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‎Group C ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:05, 21 July 2017 Line 355: Line 355:   |win_SRB=2 |draw_SRB=0 |loss_SRB=0 |gf_SRB=32|ga_SRB=10   |win_SRB=2 |draw_SRB=0 |loss_SRB=0 |gf_SRB=32|ga_SRB=10   |win_GRE=2 |draw_GRE=0 |loss_GRE=0 |gf_GRE=26|ga_GRE=9   |win_GRE=2 |draw_GRE=0 |loss_GRE=0 |gf_GRE=26|ga_GRE=9 − |win_RSA=0 |draw_RSA=0 |loss_RSA=3 |gf_RSA=11 |ga_RSA=55 + |win_RSA=0 |draw_RSA=0 |loss_RSA=3 |gf_RSA=11|ga_RSA=55       |name_ESP={{wp|ESP}}   |name_ESP={{wp|ESP}} Line 476: Line 476:   | attendance=   | attendance=   | referees= Molnárv Péter (HUN), Ohme Frank (GER)   | referees= Molnárv Péter (HUN), Ohme Frank (GER) − | Q1= + | Q1= '''2'''–1   | Q2=   | Q2=   | Q3=   | Q3= [...]



Copper Peak

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‎Hill record ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:05, 21 July 2017 Line 155: Line 155:   On 14 July 2015 [[International Ski Federation]] announced "Copper Peak shall be reactivated" after an inspection of the facility by FIS Race Director [[Walter Hofer (sports executive)|Walter Hofer]] and Hans-Martin Renn who is the chairman of the FIS sub committee for ski jumping hills. In October 2015, FIS awarded Copper Peak a [[FIS Ski Jumping Grand Prix|Grand Prix Summer Series]] finale event to be held in September 2017 and a Summer [[FIS Ski Jumping Continental Cup|Continental Cup]] and a [[Nordic combined|Nordic Combined]] summer event, both tentatively scheduled to occur in 2018.{{cite web|url = http://www.yourdailyglobe.com/story/2015/10/20/news/copper-peak-ski-flying-set-to-return-in-2017/5606.html|title = Copper Peak ski flying set to return in 2017|publisher=The Daily Globe|accessdate=12 November 2015}}   On 14 July 2015 [[International Ski Federation]] announced "Copper Peak shall be reactivated" after an inspection of the facility by FIS Race Director [[Walter Hofer (sports executive)|Walter Hofer]] and Hans-Martin Renn who is the chairman of the FIS sub committee for ski jumping hills. In October 2015, FIS awarded Copper Peak a [[FIS Ski Jumping Grand Prix|Grand Prix Summer Series]] finale event to be held in September 2017 and a Summer [[FIS Ski Jumping Continental Cup|Continental Cup]] and a [[Nordic combined|Nordic Combined]] summer event, both tentatively scheduled to occur in 2018.{{cite web|url = http://www.yourdailyglobe.com/story/2015/10/20/news/copper-peak-ski-flying-set-to-return-in-2017/5606.html|title = Copper Peak ski flying set to return in 2017|publisher=The Daily Globe|accessdate=12 November 2015}}     − ==Hill record== + == Hill record ==   +   {|   {|   |- valign = "top"   |- valign = "top"   |   | − {| cellpadding="3" cellspacing="0" border="1" style="background:#ffffff; font-size:85%; border:grey solid 1px; border-collapse:collapse;" + {|class="wikitable plainrowheaders" cellpadding="3" cellspacing="0" border="1" style="background:#fff; font-size:86%; line-height:15px; border:grey solid 1px; border-collapse:collapse;" − |- style="background:#ccc; text-align:center;" + |- style="background:#ccc; text-align:center;" − ! width="120"|Date + ! style="background:#ccc;" width="120"|Date − ! width="160"| + ! style="background:#ccc;" width="165"| − ! width="80"|Length + ! style="background:#ccc;" width="80"|Length   |-   |-   |1 March 1970 || {{flagicon|TCH}} [[Zbyněk Hubač]] || 134 m (440 ft)   |1 March 1970 || {{flagicon|TCH}} [[Zbyněk Hubač]] || 134 m (440 ft) Line 178: Line 178:   |}   |}   |   | − {| cellpadding="3" cellspacing="0" border="1" style="background:#ffffff; font-size:85%; border:grey solid 1px; border-collapse:collapse;" + {|class="wikitable plainrowheaders" cellpadding="3" cellspacing="0" border="1" style="background:#fff; font-size:86%; line-height:15px; border:grey solid 1px; border-collapse:collapse;" − |- style="background:#ccc; text-align:center;" + |- style="background:#ccc; text-align:center;" [...]



Golden Globe Award for Best Director

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‎Multiple nominations ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:05, 21 July 2017 Line 772: Line 772:       ==Multiple nominations==   ==Multiple nominations== −     ;11 nominations   ;11 nominations − * [[ Steven Spielberg]] (11/2) + * [[Steven Spielberg]] (11/2)   +   {{div col end}}   {{div col end}}   +   ;8 nominations   ;8 nominations   * [[Martin Scorsese]] (8/3)   * [[Martin Scorsese]] (8/3)   +   {{div col end}}   {{div col end}}   +   ;7 nominations   ;7 nominations   * [[Clint Eastwood]] (7/2)   * [[Clint Eastwood]] (7/2)   * [[Fred Zinnemann]] (7/2)   * [[Fred Zinnemann]] (7/2)   +   ;6 nominations   ;6 nominations   * [[Francis Ford Coppola]] (6/2)   * [[Francis Ford Coppola]] (6/2)   * [[Sidney Lumet]] (6/1)   * [[Sidney Lumet]] (6/1)   +   ;5 nominations   ;5 nominations   {{div col|cols=3}}   {{div col|cols=3}}   +   * [[Woody Allen]] (5/0)   * [[Woody Allen]] (5/0)   * [[John Huston]] (5/2)   * [[John Huston]] (5/2) Line 793: Line 798:   * [[Billy Wilder]] (5/2)   * [[Billy Wilder]] (5/2)   * [[Robert Wise]] (5/0)   * [[Robert Wise]] (5/0)   +   {{div col end}}   {{div col end}}   +   ;4 nominations   ;4 nominations   {{div col|cols=3}}   {{div col|cols=3}}   +   * [[Robert Altman]] (4/1)   * [[Robert Altman]] (4/1)   * [[Milos Forman]] (4/3)   * [[Milos Forman]] (4/3) Line 809: Line 817:   * [[Peter Weir]] (4/0)   * [[Peter Weir]] (4/0)   * [[William Wyler]] (4/1)   * [[William Wyler]] (4/1)   +   {{div col end}}   {{div col end}}   +   ;3 nominations   ;3 nominations   {{div col|cols=3}}   {{div col|cols=3}}   +   * [[Hal Ashby]] (3/0)   * [[Hal Ashby]] (3/0)   * [[Richard Attenborough]] (3/1)   * [[Richard Attenborough]] (3/1) Line 819: Line 830:   * [[David Fincher]] (3/1)   * [[David Fincher]] (3/1)   * [[Ron Howard]] (3/0)   * [[Ron Howard]] (3/0) − * [[Alejandro González Iñárritu]] (3/1) + * [[Alejandro González Iñárritu|Alejandro G. Iñárritu]] (3/1)   * [[James Ivory]] (3/0)   * [[James Ivory]] (3/0)   * [[Norman Jewison]] (3/0)   * [[Norman Jewison]] (3/0) Line 830: Line 841:   * [[George Stevens]] (3/0)   * [[George Stevens]] (3/0)   * [[Quentin Tarantino]] (3/0)   * [[Quentin Tarantino]] (3/0)   +   {{div col end}}   {{div col end}}   +   ;2 nominations   ;2 nominations   {{div col|cols=3}}   {{div col|cols=3}}   +   * [[Kathryn Bigelow]] (2/0)   * [[Kathryn Bigelow]] (2/0)   * [[Pe[...]



Californication (song)

Fri, 21 Jul 2017 09:05:30 GMT

‎Personnel: Shaker in solo ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:05, 21 July 2017 Line 85: Line 85:   *[[John Frusciante]] – [[guitar]], [[backing vocals]], [[organ (music)|organ]] [[synthesizer]]   *[[John Frusciante]] – [[guitar]], [[backing vocals]], [[organ (music)|organ]] [[synthesizer]]   *[[Flea (musician)|Flea]] – [[Bass (guitar)|bass]]   *[[Flea (musician)|Flea]] – [[Bass (guitar)|bass]] − *[[Chad Smith]] – [[Drum kit|drums]] + *[[Chad Smith]] – [[Drum kit|drums]], [[shaker]]       ==Charts and certifications==   ==Charts and certifications== [...]



User:Ssparida

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User account Ssparida was created




Willie Revillame

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removed "He is known as "lalaking walang itlog". (REASON: VANDALISM) ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:05, 21 July 2017 Line 21: Line 21:       As of March 2015, Revillame recently marked his homecoming in [[GMA Network]] (his original home network), and his long-awaited return to Philippine showbiz and to Philippine television via his newest weekly-variety program ''[[Wowowin]]'', airing on [[GMA Network]] every Sunday afternoon since May 10, 2015, but Wowowin became a weekday variety program in February 2016 due to the popularity of the show.   As of March 2015, Revillame recently marked his homecoming in [[GMA Network]] (his original home network), and his long-awaited return to Philippine showbiz and to Philippine television via his newest weekly-variety program ''[[Wowowin]]'', airing on [[GMA Network]] every Sunday afternoon since May 10, 2015, but Wowowin became a weekday variety program in February 2016 due to the popularity of the show. − He is known as "lalaking walang itlog".         ==Business ventures==   ==Business ventures== [...]



曾榮泰

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RHaworth deleted page 曾榮泰 A7: Article about a real person, which does not credibly indicate the importance or significance of the subject




Petar Alyoshev

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← Previous revision Revision as of 09:05, 21 July 2017 Line 8: Line 8:   | height = {{height|m=1.87}}{{cite web|publisher=[[POFC Botev Vratsa|Botev Vratsa]] website|author=|title=Играчи на "Ботев" (Враца) |url=https://botevvraca.alle.bg/igrachi/|date=|accessdate=3 December 2016}}   | height = {{height|m=1.87}}{{cite web|publisher=[[POFC Botev Vratsa|Botev Vratsa]] website|author=|title=Играчи на "Ботев" (Враца) |url=https://botevvraca.alle.bg/igrachi/|date=|accessdate=3 December 2016}}   | currentclub = [[POFC Botev Vratsa|Botev Vratsa]]   | currentclub = [[POFC Botev Vratsa|Botev Vratsa]] − | clubnumber = + | clubnumber = 14   | position = [[Defender (association football)|Defender]]   | position = [[Defender (association football)|Defender]]   | youthyears1=   | youthyears1= [...]



Joseph McCarthy

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(GlobalReplace v0.6.5) ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:05, 21 July 2017 Line 30: Line 30:   |branch = {{flag|United States Marine Corps}}   |branch = {{flag|United States Marine Corps}}   |serviceyears = 1942–45   |serviceyears = 1942–45 − |rank = [[File:Captain Insignia USMC.png|25px]] [[Captain (United States O-3)|Captain]] + |rank = [[File:US-O3 insignia, USN-USMC.svg|25px]] [[Captain (United States O-3)|Captain]]   |unit =   |unit =   |commands =   |commands = [...]



Talk:Paddington tube station (Bakerloo, Circle and District lines)

Fri, 21 Jul 2017 09:05:24 GMT

GA review on hold

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Jang Mi-kwan

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← Previous revision Revision as of 09:05, 21 July 2017 Line 20: Line 20:   }}}}   }}}}     − '''Jang Mi-Kwan''' (born July 21, 1989) is a [[South Korea]]n model-turned-actor. He is best known for his role as a psychotic criminal in the [[JTBC]]'s television series [[Strong Woman Do Bong-soon|Strong Woman Do Bong-Soon]]. + '''Jang Mi-Kwan''' (born July 21, 1989) is a [[South Korea]]n model-turned-actor. He is best known for his debut role as a psychotic criminal in the [[JTBC]]'s television series [[Strong Woman Do Bong-soon|Strong Woman Do Bong-Soon]].       ==Filmography==   ==Filmography== [...]



Captain (armed forces)

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(GlobalReplace v0.6.5) ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:05, 21 July 2017 Line 175: Line 175:   File:US-O3 insignia.svg|
[[U.S. Army]] and U.S. Air ForceThe U.S. Marine Corps insignia for captain is slightly different from the USA / USAF insignia depicted above in that it lacks beveled edges and the cross-bars are further towards the ends. See collar insignia for [[Lieutenant#Naval rank|U.S. Navy lieutenant]].   File:US-O3 insignia.svg|
[[U.S. Army]] and U.S. Air ForceThe U.S. Marine Corps insignia for captain is slightly different from the USA / USAF insignia depicted above in that it lacks beveled edges and the cross-bars are further towards the ends. See collar insignia for [[Lieutenant#Naval rank|U.S. Navy lieutenant]].   File:US Air Force O3 shoulderboard rotated.svg|
[[U.S. Air Force]]   File:US Air Force O3 shoulderboard rotated.svg|
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[[U.S. Army]]     [...]



Victor Maghakian

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(GlobalReplace v0.6.5) ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:05, 21 July 2017 Line 21: Line 21:   | branch = {{flag|United States Marine Corps}}   | branch = {{flag|United States Marine Corps}}   | serviceyears = 1936–1939
1942–1946   | serviceyears = 1936–1939
1942–1946 − | rank = [[File:Captain Insignia USMC.png|23px]] [[Captain (United States O-3)|Captain]] + | rank = [[File:US-O3 insignia, USN-USMC.svg|23px]] [[Captain (United States O-3)|Captain]]   | servicenumber = 251055   | servicenumber = 251055   | unit = [[Marine Raiders|Second Marine Raider Battalion]]   | unit = [[Marine Raiders|Second Marine Raider Battalion]] [...]



User talk:Sbelabbas1

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Frank Carney (politician)

Fri, 21 Jul 2017 09:05:21 GMT

‎References: remove deleted {{Research help}}. No longer links here {{|Mil}} ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:05, 21 July 2017 Line 13: Line 13:       ==References==   ==References== − {{Research help|Mil}}     {{Reflist}}   {{Reflist}}     [...]



John Warner

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(GlobalReplace v0.6.5) ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:05, 21 July 2017 Line 62: Line 62:   | branch = {{flagicon image|USNavyInfantryBattalionFlag.svg|size=23px}} [[United States Navy]]
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{{flag|United States Marine Corps|size=23px}}   | serviceyears = 1945–1946
1950–1953   | serviceyears = 1945–1946
1950–1953 − | rank = [[File:PO3 collar.png|25px]] [[Petty officer third class|Petty Officer Third Class]]
[[File:Captain Insignia USMC.png|25px]] [[Captain (United States)|Captain]] + | rank = [[File:PO3 collar.png|25px]] [[Petty officer third class|Petty Officer Third Class]]
[[File:US-O3 insignia, USN-USMC.svg|25px]] [[Captain (United States)|Captain]]   | unit = [[1st Marine Aircraft Wing]]   | unit = [[1st Marine Aircraft Wing]]   | battles = World War II
[[Korean War]]   | battles = World War II
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Members of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly, 1995–1999

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‎See also: replaced with navbox ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:05, 21 July 2017 Line 240: Line 240:   * Premier: [[Bob Carr]] ([[Australian Labor Party|Labor]]) (1995-2005)   * Premier: [[Bob Carr]] ([[Australian Labor Party|Labor]]) (1995-2005)     − {{NSWMPs|LA1=1991|LA2=1995|LA3=1999|LA4=2003|LC1=1991|LC2=1995|LC3=1999|LC4=2003}} + {{Members of the Parliament of New South Wales}}       {{DEFAULTSORT:Members of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly, 1995-1999}}   {{DEFAULTSORT:Members of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly, 1995-1999}} [...]



The Fencer

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‎Critical response: + ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:05, 21 July 2017 Line 70: Line 70:   * [[Alina Karmazina]] – coach from Armenia   * [[Alina Karmazina]] – coach from Armenia     − ===Critical response=== + ==Critical response==   On [[Rotten Tomatoes]], the film has an approval rating of 88% based on 33 reviews, and an average score of 6.9/10. The site's critical consensus reads, "''The Fencer''{{'}}s inspirational coming-of-age arc is given added heft through sensitive direction, affecting performances, and a moving, fact-based story."{{cite web|url=https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/the_fencer|title=The Fencer (Miekkailija) (2017)|publisher=[[Rotten Tomatoes]]|accessdate=July 21, 2017}} On [[Metacritic]], the film has a score of 60 out of 100, based on 8 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews".{{cite web|url=http://www.metacritic.com/movie/the-fencer|title=The Fencer reviews|publisher=[[Metacritic]]|accessdate=July 21, 2017}}   On [[Rotten Tomatoes]], the film has an approval rating of 88% based on 33 reviews, and an average score of 6.9/10. The site's critical consensus reads, "''The Fencer''{{'}}s inspirational coming-of-age arc is given added heft through sensitive direction, affecting performances, and a moving, fact-based story."{{cite web|url=https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/the_fencer|title=The Fencer (Miekkailija) (2017)|publisher=[[Rotten Tomatoes]]|accessdate=July 21, 2017}} On [[Metacritic]], the film has a score of 60 out of 100, based on 8 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews".{{cite web|url=http://www.metacritic.com/movie/the-fencer|title=The Fencer reviews|publisher=[[Metacritic]]|accessdate=July 21, 2017}}     [...]



Wikipedia:Good article reassessment/Balfour Declaration/1

Fri, 21 Jul 2017 09:05:18 GMT

‎Balfour Declaration ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:05, 21 July 2017 Line 23: Line 23:   *'''Comment''': this reassessment request seems to be based on a fundamental misunderstanding of what Stability means for a Good Article. To quote from the [[WP:WIAGA|GA criteria]]: {{tq|'''Stable''': it does not change significantly from day to day because of an ongoing [[edit war]] or content dispute.}} (Footnote adds: {{tq|Vandalism reversions, proposals to split or merge content, good faith improvements to the page (such as [[copy editing]]), and changes based on reviewers' suggestions do not apply to the "stable" criterion. Nominations for articles that are unstable because of non-constructive editing may be failed or placed on hold.}}) There appear to have been extensive revisions—good faith improvements, I'm guessing—but as the nominator points out, no edit warring. Without a major and extended edit war/content disagreement, there are no grounds for delisting that I can see. [[User:BlueMoonset|BlueMoonset]] ([[User talk:BlueMoonset|talk]]) 04:21, 17 July 2017 (UTC)   *'''Comment''': this reassessment request seems to be based on a fundamental misunderstanding of what Stability means for a Good Article. To quote from the [[WP:WIAGA|GA criteria]]: {{tq|'''Stable''': it does not change significantly from day to day because of an ongoing [[edit war]] or content dispute.}} (Footnote adds: {{tq|Vandalism reversions, proposals to split or merge content, good faith improvements to the page (such as [[copy editing]]), and changes based on reviewers' suggestions do not apply to the "stable" criterion. Nominations for articles that are unstable because of non-constructive editing may be failed or placed on hold.}}) There appear to have been extensive revisions—good faith improvements, I'm guessing—but as the nominator points out, no edit warring. Without a major and extended edit war/content disagreement, there are no grounds for delisting that I can see. [[User:BlueMoonset|BlueMoonset]] ([[User talk:BlueMoonset|talk]]) 04:21, 17 July 2017 (UTC)   *'''Comment''' I agree with the preceding comment. There has been no recent instability, so what is the complaint? — [[User:Malik Shabazz|Malik Shabazz]] [[User talk:Malik Shabazz|Talk]]/[[Special:Contributions/Malik Shabazz|Stalk]] 04:06, 19 July 2017 (UTC)   *'''Comment''' I agree with the preceding comment. There has been no recent instability, so what is the complaint? — [[User:Malik Shabazz|Malik Shabazz]] [[User talk:Malik Shabazz|Talk]]/[[Special:Contributions/Malik Shabazz|Stalk]] 04:06, 19 July 2017 (UTC) − *'''Comment''': It's not clear to me what "Good Article" status means. Does it refer to a point in time, or to the article itself? I would think the latter is much more consistent and coherent. Therefore, if an article has had major changes since its ass[...]



2017 U.S. Open Grand Prix Gold

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Tenerife-North Airport

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‎Passenger ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:05, 21 July 2017 Line 75: Line 75:   {{Airport-dest-list   {{Airport-dest-list   |[[Air Europa]] | [[Barcelona–El Prat Airport|Barcelona]], [[Bilbao Airport|Bilbao]], [[Madrid–Barajas Airport|Madrid]], [[Málaga Airport|Málaga]], [[San Pablo Airport|Seville]]
'''Seasonal:''' [[Alicante–Elche Airport|Alicante]], [[Santiago de Compostela Airport|Santiago de Compostela]]   |[[Air Europa]] | [[Barcelona–El Prat Airport|Barcelona]], [[Bilbao Airport|Bilbao]], [[Madrid–Barajas Airport|Madrid]], [[Málaga Airport|Málaga]], [[San Pablo Airport|Seville]]
'''Seasonal:''' [[Alicante–Elche Airport|Alicante]], [[Santiago de Compostela Airport|Santiago de Compostela]] − | [[Alitalia]] | '''Seasonal:''' [[Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport|Rome-Fiumicino]]|[[Binter Canarias]] & [[Navegacion y Servicios Aéreos Canarios (NAYSA)|NAYSA]] | [[Léopold Sédar Senghor International Airport|Dakar]], [[El Hierro Airport|El Hierro]], [[Fuerteventura Airport|Fuerteventura]], [[Gran Canaria Airport|Gran Canaria]], [[La Gomera Airport|La Gomera]], [[La Palma Airport|La Palma]], [[Lanzarote Airport|Lanzarote]], [[Marrakech-Menara Airport|Marrakech]]
'''Seasonal:''' [[Agadir–Al Massira Airport|Agadir]], [[Madeira Airport|Funchal]] (begins 3 July 2017) + | [[Alitalia]] | '''Seasonal:''' [[Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport|Rome-Fiumicino]]|[[Binter Canarias]] & [[Navegacion y Servicios Aéreos Canarios (NAYSA)|NAYSA]] | [[Léopold Sédar Senghor International Airport|Dakar]], [[El Hierro Airport|El Hierro]], [[Fuerteventura Airport|Fuerteventura]], [[Gran Canaria Airport|Gran Canaria]], [[La Gomera Airport|La Gomera]], [[La Palma Airport|La Palma]], [[Lanzarote Airport|Lanzarote]], [[Marrakech-Menara Airport|Marrakech]]
'''Seasonal:''' [[Agadir–Al Massira Airport|Agadir]], [[Madeira Airport|Funchal]]   |[[CanaryFly]] | [[Gran Canaria Airport|Gran Canaria]], [[La Palma Airport|La Palma]], [[Lanzarote Airport|Lanzarote]]   |[[CanaryFly]] | [[Gran Canaria Airport|Gran Canaria]], [[La Palma Airport|La Palma]], [[Lanzarote Airport|Lanzarote]]   |[[Finnair]] | '''Seasonal:''' [[Helsinki]]   |[[Finnair]] | '''Seasonal:''' [[Helsinki]] [...]



Polina Repina

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different person ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:05, 21 July 2017 Line 27: Line 27:   ==References==   ==References==   {{Reflist}}   {{Reflist}}   +   + {{Authority control}}       {{DEFAULTSORT:Repina, Polina}}   {{DEFAULTSORT:Repina, Polina}} Line 35: Line 37:   [[Category:Athletes (track and field) at the 2016 Summer Olympics]]   [[Category:Athletes (track and field) at the 2016 Summer Olympics]]   [[Category:Olympic athletes of Kazakhstan]]   [[Category:Olympic athletes of Kazakhstan]] − [[Category:Universiade medalists in fencing]]     {{Kazakhstan-athletics-bio-stub}}   {{Kazakhstan-athletics-bio-stub}} [...]



Frederick W. Smith

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[[Bronze Star Medal|Bronze Star]]
[[Purple Heart]] (2)}}   |mawards = [[Silver Star]]
[[Bronze Star Medal|Bronze Star]]
[[Purple Heart]] (2)}} [...]



Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon

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← Previous revision Revision as of 09:05, 21 July 2017 Line 21: Line 21:   {{House of Windsor|george5}}   {{House of Windsor|george5}}     − '''Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon''', {{post-nominals|country=GBR|sep=,|CI|GCVO|GCStJ}} (Margaret Rose; 21 August 1930 – 9 February 2002) was the younger daughter of [[King George VI]] and [[Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother|Queen Elizabeth]] of the United Kingdom and the only sibling of [[Queen Elizabeth II]]. + '''Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon''', {{post-nominals|country=GBR|sep=,|CI|GCVO|GCStJ}} (Margaret Rose; 21 August 1930 – 9 February 2002) was a Scottish lady and the younger daughter of [[King George VI]] and [[Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother|Queen Elizabeth]] of the United Kingdom and the only sibling of [[Queen Elizabeth II]].       Margaret spent much of her childhood in the company of her older sister and parents. Her life changed dramatically in 1936, when her paternal uncle, [[King Edward VIII]], [[abdicated]] to marry a divorcée, [[Wallis Simpson]]. Margaret's father became King, and her older sister became [[heir presumptive]], with Margaret second in line to the throne. During [[World War II]], the two sisters stayed at [[Windsor Castle]], despite suggestions to evacuate them to [[Canada]]. During the war years, Margaret was considered too young to perform any official duties and instead continued her education.   Margaret spent much of her childhood in the company of her older sister and parents. Her life changed dramatically in 1936, when her paternal uncle, [[King Edward VIII]], [[abdicated]] to marry a divorcée, [[Wallis Simpson]]. Margaret's father became King, and her older sister became [[heir presumptive]], with Margaret second in line to the throne. During [[World War II]], the two sisters stayed at [[Windsor Castle]], despite suggestions to evacuate them to [[Canada]]. During the war years, Margaret was considered too young to perform any official duties and instead continued her education. [...]



User:Snack-Seedai/sandbox

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← Previous revision Revision as of 09:05, 21 July 2017 Line 5: Line 5:   '''   '''     − Seedai is a very popular snack in South India precisely in [[Tamil Nadu]]. It belongs to the [[Chettinad_cuisine|Chettinad cuisine]]'s snack variety. Seedai is in the shape of small balls measuring about 1 cm or a little more in diameter,its texture is coarse and crisp when munched. They are usually made in two varieties sweet (Inipu or vella seedai.[http://www.maalaimalar.com/Health/Kitchenkilladikal/2016/08/24141334/1034461/krishna-jayanthi-vella-seedai.vpf Link text], additional text. in Tamil) and salt (uppu seedai). The salted seedai is a much preferred tea time snack, where as vella seedai is an important offering to Lord Krishna during [[Krishna Janmashtami|Krishna Jeyanthi]] festival. + Seedai is a very popular snack in South India precisely in [[Tamil Nadu]]. It belongs to the [[Chettinad_cuisine|Chettinad cuisine]]'s snack variety. Seedai is in the shape of small balls measuring about 1 cm or a little more in diameter,its texture is coarse and crisp when munched. They are usually made in two varieties sweet (Inipu or vella seedai.[http://www.maalaimalar.com/Health/Kitchenkilladikal/2016/08/24141334/1034461/krishna-jayanthi-vella-seedai.vpf Link text], additional text. in Tamil) and salt (uppu seedai Page test.[http://www.maalaimalar.com/Health/ArokiyamTopNews/2016/08/13141128/1032408/how-to-make-uppu-seedai.vpf], additional text.). The salted seedai is a much preferred tea time snack, where as vella seedai is an important offering to Lord Krishna during [[Krishna Janmashtami|Krishna Jeyanthi]] festival.       The main ingredient in uppu Seedai is raw [[rice flour]] while the others that go into the making are [[Vigna mungo|urad dhal]] flour,[[Hing|hing]], grated coconut,butter,salt and oil for deep frying. All the ingredients are mixed and made into a smooth dough by adding water. Small balls are rolled and deep fried in oil to get crunchy golden colored seedai. The only additional ingredient that is added for sweet seedai is [[jaggery|jaggery]] which gives it a dark brown color when fried in oil. The sweetness in it is, quiet mild and allows you to have plenty.   The main ingredient in uppu Seedai is raw [[rice flour]] while the others that go into the making are [[Vigna mungo|urad dhal]] flour,[[Hing|hing]], grated coconut,butter,salt and oil for deep frying. All the ingredients are mixed and made into a smooth dough by adding water. Small balls are rolled and deep fried in oil to get crunchy golden colored seedai. The only additional ingredient that is added for sweet seedai is [[jaggery|jaggery]] which gives it a dark brown color when fried in oil. The sweetnes[...]



Curaçao at the 2017 World Aquatics Championships

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← Previous revision Revision as of 09:05, 21 July 2017 Line 8: Line 8:   | website =   | website =   | location = [[Budapest]], [[Hungary]]   | location = [[Budapest]], [[Hungary]] − | competitors = '''3''' + | competitors = 3   | sports = 1   | sports = 1   | officials=   | officials= Line 26: Line 26:   The Curaçao swimming team consisted of 3 swimmers (2 men and 1 woman).{{cite web |url=http://omegatiming.com/File/Download?id=000111010AFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF20|title=Entry List by Nation (Swimming)|date=19 July 2017|website=www.omegatiming.com |publisher=[[Omega Timing]]|access-date=20 July 2017}}   The Curaçao swimming team consisted of 3 swimmers (2 men and 1 woman).{{cite web |url=http://omegatiming.com/File/Download?id=000111010AFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF20|title=Entry List by Nation (Swimming)|date=19 July 2017|website=www.omegatiming.com |publisher=[[Omega Timing]]|access-date=20 July 2017}}     − ;Men     {|class=wikitable style="font-size:90%"   {|class=wikitable style="font-size:90%"   |-   |- Line 43: Line 42:   |-align=center   |-align=center   |align=left rowspan=2|[[Serginni Marten]]   |align=left rowspan=2|[[Serginni Marten]] − |align=left|[[Swimming at the 2017 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 50 metre freestyle|50 m freestyle]] + |align=left|[[Swimming at the 2017 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 50 metre freestyle|Men's 50 m freestyle]]   |   |   |   | Line 51: Line 50:   |   |   |-align=center   |-align=center − |align=left|[[Swimming at the 2017 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 100 metre freestyle|100 m freestyle]] + |align=left|[[Swimming at the 2017 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 100 metre freestyle|Men's 100 m freestyle]]   |   |   |   | Line 60: Line 59:   |-align=center   |-align=center   |align=left rowspan=2|[[Rainier Rafaela]]   |align=left rowspan=2|[[Rainier Rafaela]] − |align=left|[[Swimming at the 2017 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 50 metre breaststroke|50 m breaststroke]] + |align=left|[[Swimming at the 2017 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 50 metre breaststroke|Men's 50 m breaststroke]]   |   |   |   | Line 68: Line 67:   |   |   |-align=center   |-align=center − |align=left|[[Swimming at the 2017 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 100 metre bre[...]



Promis (musician)

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← Previous revision Revision as of 09:05, 21 July 2017 Line 79: Line 79:       ===Side Projects===   ===Side Projects=== − 2014 Fashion Invsasion feat. Promis - Feeling Free (single)
+ 2014 Fashion Invasion feat. Promis - Feeling Free (single)
  2016 Promis & Matthews - The Sphinx EP
  2016 Promis & Matthews - The Sphinx EP
  2017 Flixxcore x Promis – 50 Bucks from Me 2K17 (single/collaboration)
  2017 Flixxcore x Promis – 50 Bucks from Me 2K17 (single/collaboration)
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Talk:DJ Raj Roy

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Prodyut Kumar Deka

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‎Career ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:05, 21 July 2017 Line 12: Line 12:   He is associated with [[Aikyatan]] group as director of intimate plays like "Moni Kanchan" written by [[Badal Sircar]] and "Jonakor Pohar" (The Rising of the Moon) and translator of many foreign plays like "Hatura" (The Monkeys Paw), "Eserenga Rod" (A Sunny Morning), "Apekhyat" (Lithuania) etc. into Assamese.The play "Eserenga Rod" directed by Pranjal Saikia was also performed under "Poorvottar Rashtriya Rang Utsav" in many cities like New Delhi, Amritsar, Jaipur and Vadodara.He writes on Cinema in the local Assamese newspapers like Sadin, [[Asomiya Pratidin]] and [[Asomiya Khobor|Asomiya Khabar]]. Published books on Cinema are "Amar Kotha Teolokor Kotha" (2014) and "Cinema Suwar Anandaan" (2017), both anthologies of essays on diverse facets of Indian and foreign films.   He is associated with [[Aikyatan]] group as director of intimate plays like "Moni Kanchan" written by [[Badal Sircar]] and "Jonakor Pohar" (The Rising of the Moon) and translator of many foreign plays like "Hatura" (The Monkeys Paw), "Eserenga Rod" (A Sunny Morning), "Apekhyat" (Lithuania) etc. into Assamese.The play "Eserenga Rod" directed by Pranjal Saikia was also performed under "Poorvottar Rashtriya Rang Utsav" in many cities like New Delhi, Amritsar, Jaipur and Vadodara.He writes on Cinema in the local Assamese newspapers like Sadin, [[Asomiya Pratidin]] and [[Asomiya Khobor|Asomiya Khabar]]. Published books on Cinema are "Amar Kotha Teolokor Kotha" (2014) and "Cinema Suwar Anandaan" (2017), both anthologies of essays on diverse facets of Indian and foreign films.     − He turned to writing fiction gradually from 2016-17. His first fiction [[Ambari(Novel)]] based on the [[Ambari]] Archeological site in Guwahati, is published by Educreation Publishing in 2017. + He turned to writing fiction gradually from 2016-17. His first fiction [[Ambari (Novel)]] based on the [[Ambari]] Archeological site in Guwahati, is published by Educreation Publishing in 2017.       ==Personal life==   ==Personal life== [...]



User:Sbelabbas1

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United States Marine Corps rank insignia

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