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Maria Chatzinikolaou

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Protests against Donald Trump

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Shia LaBeouf ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:10, 19 February 2017 Line 115: Line 115:       ==== Shia LaBeouf ====   ==== Shia LaBeouf ==== − Actor [[Shia LaBeouf]] started [[Streaming media|live-streaming]] a planned four-year protest, titled HEWILLNOTDIVIDE.US, after the inauguration on January 20. Other artists involved in the collaboration protest were Luke Turner and Nastja Sade Ronkko.{{Cite news|url=https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/10/arts/shia-labeouf-museum-exhibit.html|title=Shia LaBeouf's Art Exhibit Shut Down for 'Public Safety'|last=Fortin|first=Jacey|date=2017-02-10|newspaper=The New York Times|access-date=2017-02-11|issn=0362-4331}} The host of the live-streamed protest, the [[Museum of the Moving Image (New York City)|Museum of Moving Images]] in New York, was forced to shut down the protest after three weeks because of incidents of violence occurring at the site.{{Cite news|url=http://www.businessinsider.com/shia-labeoufs-donald-trump-protest-shut-down-violence-2017-2|title=Shia LaBeouf's Trump protest has been shut down due to violence|newspaper=Business Insider|access-date=2017-02-11|language=en}} The idea behind the protest and the installation was to collect images of people repeating the phrase, "he will not divide us." The installation became especially contentious after [[White supremacy|white supremacists]] started yelling "[[Fourteen Words|1488]]" to the camera and because of increased "[[loitering]]" in the area around the museum.{{Cite news|url=http://www.slate.com/blogs/browbeat/2017/02/10/museum_of_the_moving_image_shuts_down_shia_labeouf_s_anti_trump_installation.html|title=Shia LaBeouf's Controversial Anti-Trump Museum Installation Has Been Shut Down|last=Canfield|first=David|date=2017-02-10|newspaper=Slate|access-date=2017-02-11|language=en-US|issn=1091-2339}} LaBeouf was arrested during one altercation and the museum received threats of violence. More than a million people viewed the live-stream before it was shut down. + Actor [[Shia LaBeouf]] started [[Streaming media|live-streaming]] a planned four-year protest, titled HEWILLNOTDIVIDE.US, after the inauguration on January 20. Other artists involved in the collaboration protest were Luke Turner and Nastja Säde Rönkkö.{{Cite news|url=https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/10/arts/shia-labeouf-museum-exhibit.html|title=Shia LaBeouf's Art Exhibit Shut Down for 'Public Safety'|last=Fortin|first=Jacey|date=2017-02-10|newspaper=The New York Times|access-date=2017-02-11|issn=0362-4331}} The host of the live-streamed protest, the [[Museum of the Moving Image (New York City)|Museum of Moving Images]] in New York, was forced to shut down the protest after three weeks because of incidents of violence occurring at the site.{{Cite news|url=http://www.businessinsider.com/shia-labeoufs-donald-trump-protest-shut-down-violence-2017-2|title=Shia LaBeouf's Trump protest has been shut down due to violence|newspaper=Business Insider|access-date=2017-02-11|language=en}} The idea behind the protest and the installation was to collect images of people repeating the phrase, "he will not divide us." The installation became especially contentious after [[White supremacy|white supremacists]] started yelling "[[Fourteen Words|1488]]" to the camera and because of increased "[[loitering]]" in the area around the museum.{{Cite news|url=http://www.slate.com/blogs/browbeat/2017/02/10/museum_of_the_moving_image_shuts_down_shia_labeouf_s_anti_trump_installation.html|title=Shia LaBeouf's Controversial Anti-Trump Museum Installation Has Been Shut Down|last=Canfield|first=David|date=2017-02-1[...]



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Wander Moura

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‎Achievements ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:10, 19 February 2017 Line 3: Line 3:   He competed at the [[1993 World Championships in Athletics]], representing Brazil, but did not manage to progress to the steeplechase final. He had success at continental level, however, and won a [[silver medal]] at the [[South American Championships in Athletics]] in 1991 and became the continental champion in 1997.[http://www.gbrathletics.com/ic/sac.htm South American Championships]. GBR Athletics. Retrieved on 2010-10-03.   He competed at the [[1993 World Championships in Athletics]], representing Brazil, but did not manage to progress to the steeplechase final. He had success at continental level, however, and won a [[silver medal]] at the [[South American Championships in Athletics]] in 1991 and became the continental champion in 1997.[http://www.gbrathletics.com/ic/sac.htm South American Championships]. GBR Athletics. Retrieved on 2010-10-03.     − ==Achievements== + ==International competitions==   8 Times Brazilian champion in 3000 steeplechase   8 Times Brazilian champion in 3000 steeplechase     Line 24: Line 24:   |8:49.11   |8:49.11   |-   |- − |1995 + |rowspan=2|1995 − |[[Athletics at the 1995 Pan American Games|Pan American Games]] + |rowspan=2|[[Athletics at the 1995 Pan American Games|Pan American Games]] − |[[Mar del Plata, Argentina]] + |rowspan=2|[[Mar del Plata, Argentina]]   + |bgcolor="silver" | 2nd   + |5,000 m   + |[[Athletics at the 1995 Pan American Games – Men's 5000 metres|13:45.53]]   + |-   |bgcolor="gold" | 1st   |bgcolor="gold" | 1st   |3,000 m steeple   |3,000 m steeple − |8:14.41 + |[[Athletics at the 1995 Pan American Games – Men's 3000 metres steeplechase|8:14.41]]   |-   |-   |1996   |1996 − |[[IAAF World Road Relay Championships]] + |[[IAAF World Road Relay Championships|World Road Relay Championships]]   |[[Copenhagen, Denmark]]   |[[Copenhagen, Denmark]]   |bgcolor="silver" | 2nd   |bgcolor="silver" | 2nd [...]



Sue Savage-Rumbaugh

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Reverting possible vandalism by 2601:583:705:1990:49B9:C6C5:BC09:3B45 to version by Cydebot. Report False Positive? Thanks, ClueBot NG. (2941441) (Bot) ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:10, 19 February 2017 Line 4: Line 4:   | image = Sue Savage Rumbaugh 2011 Shankbone.JPG   | image = Sue Savage Rumbaugh 2011 Shankbone.JPG   | caption = Savage-Rumbaugh at the 2011 [[Time 100]] gala   | caption = Savage-Rumbaugh at the 2011 [[Time 100]] gala − | birth_date = August 16,1946 + | birth_date = {{birth year and age|1946}}   | birth_place =   | birth_place =   + | occupation = scientist emeritus at [[Iowa Primate Learning Sanctuary]]   + | salary =   + | networth =   + | parents =   +   + | children =   + | signature =   + | website = http://iowaprimatelearning.org/   + | footnotes =   + | relations =   + }}   +   + '''Sue Savage-Rumbaugh''' (born August 16, 1946) is a [[psychologist]] and [[primatologist]] most known for her work with two [[bonobo]]s, [[Kanzi]] and [[Panbanisha]], investigating their linguistic and cognitive abilities using [[lexigram]]s and computer-based keyboards. Originally based at [[Georgia State University]]'s Language Research Center in [[Atlanta, Georgia]], she worked at the [[Iowa Primate Learning Sanctuary]] in [[Des Moines, Iowa]] from 2006 until her departure in November 2013. She currently sits on the Board of Directors of Bonobo Hope.   +   + ==Education==   + Savage-Rumbaugh received an MS degree at the [[University of Oklahoma]], and completed her [[doctorate]] there in 1975. She has been awarded honorary [[Ph.D.]]s by the [[University of Chicago]] in 1997 and [[Missouri State University]] in 2008.   +   + ==Research==   + [[File:Bonobos Kanzi and Panbanisha with Sue Savage-Rumbaugh.jpg|thumb|Bonobos Kanzi and Panbanisha with Sue Savage-Rumbaugh]]   + [[File:LexigramSue.jpg|thumbnail|right|[[Yerkish]] [[lexigram]] representing Savage-Rumbaugh. Savage-Rumbaugh is a developer of the language]]   + The first and only scientist to conduct language research with bonobos, Savage-Rumbaugh joined Iowa Primate Learning Sanctuary in 2005 following a 23-year association with Georgia State University's Language Research Center (LRC). In 2011, Dr. Sue was recognized as one of TIME magazine's 100 Most Influential People in the World.   +   + At the LRC, Dr. Savage-Rumbaugh helped pioneer the use of a number of new technologies for working with primates. These include a keyboard which provides for speech synthesis, allowing the animals to communicate using spoken English, and a "primate friendly" computer-based joystick terminal that permits the automated presentation of many different computerized tasks. Information developed at the center regarding the abilities of non-human primates to acquire symbols, comprehend spoken words, decode simple syntactical structures, learn concepts of number and quantity, and perform complex perceptual-motor tasks has helped change the way humans view other members of the primate order.   +   + Dr. Savage-Rumbaugh's work with Kanzi, the first ape to spontaneously acquire words in the same manner as children, was detailed in Language Comprehension in Ape and Child published in Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development (1993). It was selected by the "Millennium Project" as one of the top 100 most influential works in cognitive science in the 20th century by the University of Minn[...]



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Indo-Iranians

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Jean-Michel Jarre

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Sagvanoo ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:10, 19 February 2017 Line 1: Line 1: − {{Use dmy dates|date=August 2013}}   − {{Good article}}   − {{Infobox musical artist   − | name = Jean-Michel Jarre   − | image = Jean Michel Jarre B10-2016.jpg   − | caption = Jarre in 2016   − | background = non_vocal_instrumentalist   − | birth_name = Jean-Michel André Jarre   − | birth_date = {{birth date and age|df=yes|1948|8|24}}   − | birth_place = [[Lyon]], France   − | origin =   − | instrument = Synthesizer, piano, [[Electronic organ|organ]], [[laser harp]], [[accordion]], guitar, bass guitar, theremin   − | genre = [[Ambient music|Ambient]], [[New-age music|new-age]], [[electronic music|electronic]], [[Trance music|trance]], [[progressive rock]]   − | occupation = Composer, musician, artist, producer   − | years_active = 1972–present   − | label = [[Disques Dreyfus]]/[[BMG Rights Management]]/[[Sony Music|Sony]], [[Polydor Records|Polydor]]/[[PolyGram]], [[Epic Records|Epic]]/[[Sony Music Entertainment|SME]], [[Warner Bros. Records|Warner Bros.]], [[EMI]]   − | website = {{URL|www.jeanmicheljarre.com|www.JeanMichelJarre.com}}   − }}   −   − '''Jean-Michel Jarre''' (born '''Jean-Michel André Jarre''', {{IPA-fr|ʒɑ̃ miʃɛl ɑ̃dʁe ʒaʁ|pron}}; 24 August 1948) is a [[French people|French]] [[composer]], [[Performing arts|performer]], and [[record producer]]. He is a pioneer in the [[electronic music|electronic]], [[ambient music|ambient]], and [[New-age music|new-age]] genres, and known as an organiser of outdoor [[spectacle]]s of his music featuring lights, [[laser lighting display|laser displays]], and [[fireworks]].   −   − Jarre was raised in Lyon by his mother and grandparents, and trained on the piano. From an early age he was introduced to a variety of art forms, including those of street performers, [[jazz]] musicians, and the artist [[Pierre Soulages]]. He played guitar in a band, but his musical style was perhaps most heavily influenced by [[Pierre Schaeffer]], a pioneer of [[musique concrète]] at the [[Groupe de Recherches Musicales]].   −   − His first mainstream success was the 1976 album ''[[Oxygène]]''. Recorded in a makeshift studio at his home, the album sold an estimated 12 million copies. ''Oxygène'' was followed in 1978 by ''[[Equinoxe|Équinoxe]]'', and in 1979 Jarre performed to a record-breaking audience of more than a million people at the [[Place de la Concorde]], a record he has since broken three times. More albums were to follow, but his 1979 concert served as a blueprint for his future performances around the world. Several of his albums have been released to coincide with large-scale outdoor events, and he is now perhaps as well known as a performer as he is as a musician.   −   − As of 2004 Jarre had sold an estimated 80 million albums. He was the first Western musician officially invited to perform in the [[China|People's Republic of China]], and holds the world record for the largest-ever audience at an outdoor event.   −     ==Biography==   ==Biography==     [...]



Eva Chantava

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diffusing categories, replaced: Category:Greek volleyball players → Category:Greek women's volleyball players using AWB ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:10, 19 February 2017 Line 78: Line 78:   {{DEFAULTSORT:Chantava, Eva}}   {{DEFAULTSORT:Chantava, Eva}}   [[Category:1990 births]]   [[Category:1990 births]] − [[Category:Greek volleyball players]]     [[Category:Greek women's volleyball players]]   [[Category:Greek women's volleyball players]]   [[Category:Olympiacos Women's Volleyball players]]   [[Category:Olympiacos Women's Volleyball players]] [...]



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United Nations Charter

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‎Functions of the Secretariat: s.b. ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:10, 19 February 2017 Line 205: Line 205:   # preparation of report and other documents containing information, analysis, historical background research finding, policy suggestions and so forth, to facilitate deliberations and decision making by other organs.   # preparation of report and other documents containing information, analysis, historical background research finding, policy suggestions and so forth, to facilitate deliberations and decision making by other organs.   # to facilitate legislative organs and their subsidiary bodies.   # to facilitate legislative organs and their subsidiary bodies. − # provision of meeting services for the G.A and other organs + # provision of meeting services for the General Assembly and other organs   # provision of editorial, translation and document reproduction services for the issuance of UN documents in different language.   # provision of editorial, translation and document reproduction services for the issuance of UN documents in different language.   # conduct of studies and provision of information to various member states in meeting challenge in various fields   # conduct of studies and provision of information to various member states in meeting challenge in various fields [...]



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Bodda Pratyusha

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← Previous revision Revision as of 23:10, 19 February 2017 Line 17: Line 17:   [[Category:People from East Godavari district]]   [[Category:People from East Godavari district]]   [[Category:21st-century Indian sportswomen]]   [[Category:21st-century Indian sportswomen]] − [[Category:List of Women International Masters (WMI)]] + [[Category:Women International Masters (Chess)]]   [[Category:1997 births]]   [[Category:1997 births]]     [...]



Tmil films

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Sue Savage-Rumbaugh

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←Replaced content with '{{third-party|date=August 2013}} {{Infobox person | name = Sue Savage-Rumbaugh | image = Sue Savage Rumbaugh 2011 Shankbone.JPG | caption =...' ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:10, 19 February 2017 Line 6: Line 6:   | birth_date = August 16,1946   | birth_date = August 16,1946   | birth_place =   | birth_place = − | occupation = scientist emeritus at [[Iowa Primate Learning Sanctuary]]   − | salary =   − | networth =   − | parents =   −   − | children =   − | signature =   − | website = http://iowaprimatelearning.org/   − | footnotes =   − | relations =   − }}   −   − '''Sue Savage-Rumbaugh''' (born August 16, 1946) is a [[psychologist]] and [[primatologist]] most known for her work with two [[bonobo]]s, [[Kanzi]] and [[Panbanisha]], investigating their linguistic and cognitive abilities using [[lexigram]]s and computer-based keyboards. Originally based at [[Georgia State University]]'s Language Research Center in [[Atlanta, Georgia]], she worked at the [[Iowa Primate Learning Sanctuary]] in [[Des Moines, Iowa]] from 2006 until her departure in November 2013. She currently sits on the Board of Directors of Bonobo Hope.   −   − ==Education==   − Savage-Rumbaugh received an MS degree at the [[University of Oklahoma]], and completed her [[doctorate]] there in 1975. She has been awarded honorary [[Ph.D.]]s by the [[University of Chicago]] in 1997 and [[Missouri State University]] in 2008.   −   − ==Research==   − [[File:Bonobos Kanzi and Panbanisha with Sue Savage-Rumbaugh.jpg|thumb|Bonobos Kanzi and Panbanisha with Sue Savage-Rumbaugh]]   − [[File:LexigramSue.jpg|thumbnail|right|[[Yerkish]] [[lexigram]] representing Savage-Rumbaugh. Savage-Rumbaugh is a developer of the language]]   − The first and only scientist to conduct language research with bonobos, Savage-Rumbaugh joined Iowa Primate Learning Sanctuary in 2005 following a 23-year association with Georgia State University's Language Research Center (LRC). In 2011, Dr. Sue was recognized as one of TIME magazine's 100 Most Influential People in the World.   −   − At the LRC, Dr. Savage-Rumbaugh helped pioneer the use of a number of new technologies for working with primates. These include a keyboard which provides for speech synthesis, allowing the animals to communicate using spoken English, and a "primate friendly" computer-based joystick terminal that permits the automated presentation of many different computerized tasks. Information developed at the center regarding the abilities of non-human primates to acquire symbols, comprehend spoken words, decode simple syntactical structures, learn concepts of number and quantity, and perform complex perceptual-motor tasks has helped change the way humans view other members of the primate order.   −   − Dr. Savage-Rumbaugh's work with Kanzi, the first ape to spontaneously acquire words in the same manner as children, was detailed in Language Comprehension in Ape and Child published in Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development (1993). It was selected by the "Millennium Project" as one of the top 100 most influential [...]



Rashid Khan (Afghan cricketer)

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2013 North American Soccer League season

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Homebrew (Neneh Cherry album)

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Undid revision 766343040 by 178.68.138.84 (talk) Neneh is not an American artist, so do not use US date-format. ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:10, 19 February 2017 Line 4: Line 4:   | Artist = [[Neneh Cherry]]   | Artist = [[Neneh Cherry]]   | Cover = NCherry_Homebrew.jpg   | Cover = NCherry_Homebrew.jpg − | Released = October 26, 1992 + | Released = 26 October 1992   | Recorded = Cherry Bear Studios & [[Trident Studios]], London   | Recorded = Cherry Bear Studios & [[Trident Studios]], London   | Genre = [[Pop music|Pop]], [[trip hop]], [[hip hop music|hip hop]]   | Genre = [[Pop music|Pop]], [[trip hop]], [[hip hop music|hip hop]] [...]



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Kung Fu Yoga

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← Previous revision Revision as of 23:10, 19 February 2017 Line 31: Line 31:   Jack ([[Jackie Chan]]), a renowned professor of archaeology at the [[Terracotta Army|Terracotta Warriors]] Museum in [[Xi'an]], teams up with young Indian professor Ashmita from National Museum Institute, [[Rajasthan]] to locate India's lost [[Magadha]] treasure in Tibet. Using modern technology their team find the treasure underneath a frozen lake. However they are interrupted by Randall who steals the treasure and leaves them there to die. In the chaos, Jones - a member from Jack's team who is more a treasure hunter than an archaeologist smuggles away with a diamond artifact. Jack's and Ashmita's team manage to escape from the underground icy cavern through an opening. Two weeks later the 212 carat diamond artifact pops up in Dubai for auctions at the black market. Jack to save his job attempts to take back the artifact with the help of a rich friend. Jack wins the auction but Randall strikes again with his goons which result in a high speed car chase through heavy traffic in Dubai. In the chase Ashmita snatches it from them. Jack traces about Ashmita's whereabouts and finds she isn't who she claimed to be before but the youngest descendant of Magadha royalty. Ashmita explains the diamond artifact is known as the "eye of shiva" in their family chronicles and it is the key to immense treasure hidden somewhere. She asks Jack to help her to find the real treasure and protect it from wrong hands. They further find the diamond artifact is a part of a scepter that opens a map room built using [[vastu shastra]] and astronomical positions of that period in a closed part of a sacred temple. Randall kidnaps Jack and Ashmita, demands to find the treasure for him because the treasure belonged to his family. They all together find the map room which happens to be a puzzle room where a wrong move can cost lives. They reach to an underground [[Shiva]] temple made out of gold that is nearby a secluded waterfall. Reaching there, Randall's group begins to extract gems and diamonds from the temple decorations and searches for the treasure but to his despair they find the treasure that the legend says is ancient knowledge about Medicine, Buddhism, Mechanical structures, etc. In despair Randall tries to destroy everything. But Jack, Ashmita and their team start a fight to stop them. Jack fights using principles of yoga and kung fu to beat down Randall and convinces him the significant importance of this finding. Meanwhile, a group of [[Sannyasa|Sannyasi]]s comes down through the new opening above ground and by seeing the magnificence of the deity in underground temple they start to sing and dance in joy. The groups that were fighting, realizing their pettiness stop fighting and happily join with the joyous expression.   Jack ([[Jackie Chan]]), a renowned professor of archaeology at the [[Terracotta Army|Terracotta Warriors]] Museum in [[Xi'an]], teams up with young Indian professor Ashmita from National Museum Institute, [[Rajasthan]] to locate India's lost [[Magadha]] treasure in Tibet. Using modern technology their team find the treasure underneath a frozen lake. However they are interrupted by Randall who steals the treasure and leaves them there to die. In the chaos, Jones - a member from Jack's team who is more a treasure hunter than an archaeologist smuggles away with a diamond artifact. Jack's and Ash[...]



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Wings of Danger

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Filled in 3 bare reference(s) with reFill () ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:10, 19 February 2017 Line 28: Line 28:   | amg_id =   | amg_id =   }}   }} − '''''Wings of Danger''''', released in the [[United States]] as '''''Dead on Course''''', is a 1952 [[Cinema of the United Kingdom|British]] [[crime film]] directed by [[Terence Fisher]] and starring [[Zachary Scott]], [[Robert Beatty]] and [[Kay Kendall]].http://allmovie.com/work/wings-of-danger-54796 Suspicions of smuggling arise when a pilot ignores warnings not to fly his plane in an approaching storm. + '''''Wings of Danger''''', released in the [[United States]] as '''''Dead on Course''''', is a 1952 [[Cinema of the United Kingdom|British]] [[crime film]] directed by [[Terence Fisher]] and starring [[Zachary Scott]], [[Robert Beatty]] and [[Kay Kendall]].{{cite web|url=http://allmovie.com/work/wings-of-danger-54796|title=Wings of Danger (1952) - Terence Fisher - Synopsis, Characteristics, Moods, Themes and Related - AllMovie|publisher=}} Suspicions of smuggling arise when a pilot ignores warnings not to fly his plane in an approaching storm.           ==Production==   ==Production== − It was based on the novel ''Dead on Course'' by [[Elleston Trevor|Trevor Dudley Smith]] and Packham Webb.https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=FS4hAQAAIAAJ&pg=RA2-PA56&lpg=RA2-PA56&dq=Dead+on+Course%27%27+by+Elleston+Trevor+and+Packham+Webb&source=bl&ots=lfQuRdcZfu&sig=oAFwl5dzq69rnrLCgFx5rHR6ZIg&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwigtviQoJ3SAhUJKMAKHQufDioQ6AEINzAG#v=onepage&q=Dead%20on%20Course''%20by%20Elleston%20Trevor%20and%20Packham%20Webb&f=false The film was made by [[Hammer Film Productions|Hammer Films]] and shot at the [[Riverside Studios]] in [[Hammersmith]].http://www.bfi.org.uk/films-tv-people/4ce2b69b60ed8 + It was based on the novel ''Dead on Course'' by [[Elleston Trevor|Trevor Dudley Smith]] and Packham Webb.{{cite web|url=https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=FS4hAQAAIAAJ&pg=RA2-PA56&lpg=RA2-PA56&dq=Dead%20on%20Course''%20by%20Elleston%20Trevor%20and%20Packham%20Webb&source=bl&ots=lfQuRdcZfu&sig=oAFwl5dzq69rnrLCgFx5rHR6ZIg&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwigtviQoJ3SAhUJKMAKHQufDioQ6AEINzAG#v=onepage&q=Dead%20on%20Course''%20by%20Elleston%20Trevor%20and%20Packham%20Webb&f=false|title=Catalog of Copyright Entries: Third series|date=1 January 1952|publisher=|via=Google Books}} The film was made by [[Hammer Film Productions|Hammer Films]] and shot at the [[Riverside Studios]] in [[Hammersmith]].{{cite web|url=http://www.bfi.org.uk/films-tv-people/4ce2b69b60ed8|title=Wings of Danger (1952)|publisher=}}       ==Cast==   ==Cast== [...]



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William Laxton (Lord Mayor of London)

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‎Family: improved link ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:10, 19 February 2017 Line 34: Line 34:   ==Family==   ==Family==   William Laxton had no children of his own, but acknowledged three of his wife's children fully in his will. His principal heir however was his niece Joan, wife of Thomas Wanton. His stepchildren were:   William Laxton had no children of his own, but acknowledged three of his wife's children fully in his will. His principal heir however was his niece Joan, wife of Thomas Wanton. His stepchildren were: − *Nicholas Luddington, who married Avice Rowe, sister of Sir Thomas Rowe (Lord Mayor of London 1568-69, died 1570),See 'Machell of Hackney' and 'Rowe of Shacklewell', in J.G. Armytage (Ed.), ''Middlesex Pedigrees, as collected by Richard Mundy in Harleian MS. no. 1551'', Harleian Society Vol. LXV, [https://archive.org/stream/middlesexpedigre65mund#page/8/mode/2up p. 8.] T. Astle (ed.), 'The Will of Sir Thomas Rowe, Knight', in ''The Antiquarian Repertory: A Miscellany'' (F. Blyth, London 1780), III, [https://archive.org/stream/antiquarianreper03gros#page/224/mode/2up pp. 225-31]. 'Funeral certificates: Sir Thomas Rowe' in G.L. Gower, ''Genealogical Memoranda relating to the Family of Gresham'' (n.p. (Mitchell & Hughes), London 1874), [https://archive.org/stream/genealogyfamily00gowegoog#page/n24/mode/2up p. 9]. and by her had three children. Nicholas Luddington, Grocer, became Governor of the Merchant Adventurers at Antwerp,See 'Letter to Gregory Pecock' (1571) and 'Letter about Easterlings abuses' (1578) in J.E.T. Rogers, ''The York Mercers and Merchant Adventurers'', Surtees Society CXXIX for 1917 (London and Durham, 1918), [https://archive.org/stream/yorkmercersmerch00mercrich#page/186/mode/2up pp. 186-87], & 196-97. and, after confrontations with [[Walter Travers]] and [[Thomas Cartwright (theologian)|Thomas Cartwright]], had dealings with Sir [[Francis Walsingham]].'327. Walsingham to Nicholas Loddington' in A.J. Butler (ed.), ''Calendar of State Papers Foreign: Elizabeth, Volume 13, 1578-1579'', 'Elizabeth: October 1578, 21-31' (London, 1903), [http://www.british-history.ac.uk/cal-state-papers/foreign/vol13/pp244-255 pp. 244-55.] (British History Online accessed 29 July 2016). S. J. Knox, ''Walter Travers: Paragon of Elizabethan Puritanism'' (London: Methuen, 1962), pp. 46-47. A.F.Scott Pearson, ''Thomas Cartwright and Elizabethan Puritanism 1535-1603'' (Cambridge University Press, 1925), [https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=v_08AAAAIAAJ&pg=PA181#v=onepage&q&f=false pp. 180-82]. He died in 1595 or early 1596.Will of Nicholas Loddington, Grocer of London (P.C.C. 1595). + *Nicholas Luddington, who married Avice Rowe, sister of Sir Thomas Rowe (Lord Mayor of London 1568-69, died 1570),See 'Machell of Hackney' and 'Rowe of Shacklewell', in J.G. Armytage (Ed.), ''Middlesex Pedigrees, as collected by Richard Mundy in Harleian MS. no. 1551'', Harleian Society Vol. LXV, [https://archive.org/stream/middlesexpedigre65mund#page/8/mode/2up p. 8.] T. Astle (ed.), 'The Will of Sir Thomas Rowe, Knight', in ''The Antiquarian Repertory: A [...]



Sean Dillingham

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‎Filmography ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:10, 19 February 2017 Line 18: Line 18:       == Filmography ==   == Filmography ==   +   + == Television ==   + {| class="wikitable"   + !Year   + !Title   + !Role   + !Notes   + |-   + |2014   + |BDCB   + |Snacks   + |Cartoon Series   + |-   + |2014   + |SPIKE Operation Repo   + |Boxing Promoter   + |TV Series   + |-   + |2015   + |FOX Legends and Lies   + |Sheriff Brady   + |TV Series   + |-   + |2015   + |Discovery ID: Women in Prison   + |Ernie   + |TV Series   + |-   + |2016   + |DreamWorks Prank my Parents   + |Various roles   + |TV Series   + |-   + |2016   + |HBO Connected   + |Sam   + |TV Series   + |-   + |2016   + |NBC The Night Shift   + |Burn Victim   + |TV Series   + |-   + |2016   + |Net Flix Longmire   + |Boston Man   + |TV Series   + |-   + |2016   + |FOX Run Coyote Run   + |Step Father   + |TV Series   + |-   + |2016   + |FOX Brooklyn Nine Nine   + |Marco Severino   + |TV Series   + |-   + |2017   + |NBC This is Us   + |Poker Dealer   + |TV Series   + |}       == References ==   == References == [...]



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Federal enterprise architecture

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‎top: Marked dead link. ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:10, 19 February 2017 Line 1: Line 1: − A '''federal enterprise architecture''' ('''FEA''') is the [[enterprise architecture]] of a [[federal government]]. It provides a common approach for the integration of strategic, business and technology management as part of organization design and performance improvement. FEA Consolidated Reference Model Document.[http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/assets/fea_docs/FEA_CRM_v23_Final_Oct_2007_Revised.pdf FEA Consolidated Reference Model Document Version 2.3] October 2007. Accessed 28 April 2009. + A '''federal enterprise architecture''' ('''FEA''') is the [[enterprise architecture]] of a [[federal government]]. It provides a common approach for the integration of strategic, business and technology management as part of organization design and performance improvement. FEA Consolidated Reference Model Document.[http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/assets/fea_docs/FEA_CRM_v23_Final_Oct_2007_Revised.pdf FEA Consolidated Reference Model Document Version 2.3]{{dead link|date=February 2017}} October 2007. Accessed 28 April 2009.       The most familiar federal enterprise architecture is the [[enterprise architecture]] of the [[Federal government of the United States]], the U.S. "Federal Enterprise Architecture" (FEA) and the corresponding U.S. "Federal Enterprise Architecture Framework" (FEAF). This lemma will focus on this particular enterprise architecture and [[enterprise architecture framework]].   The most familiar federal enterprise architecture is the [[enterprise architecture]] of the [[Federal government of the United States]], the U.S. "Federal Enterprise Architecture" (FEA) and the corresponding U.S. "Federal Enterprise Architecture Framework" (FEAF). This lemma will focus on this particular enterprise architecture and [[enterprise architecture framework]]. [...]



User talk:Ceoil

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‎File:Rosary Bead, South Netherlandish, 1500-10.jpg: explain ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:10, 19 February 2017 Line 70: Line 70:   Butting in: in there any chance of getting the Met's image uploaded for [[Mystic Marriage of St. Catherine (Memling)]]? Don't know how to do that on Commons. I do know how to use the cropper. [[User:Victoriaearle|Victoriaearle]] ([[User talk:Victoriaearle|tk]]) 22:24, 19 February 2017 (UTC)   Butting in: in there any chance of getting the Met's image uploaded for [[Mystic Marriage of St. Catherine (Memling)]]? Don't know how to do that on Commons. I do know how to use the cropper. [[User:Victoriaearle|Victoriaearle]] ([[User talk:Victoriaearle|tk]]) 22:24, 19 February 2017 (UTC)   :The clear message I'm getting Vic, is that we will be accommodated; the museum is reaching out. This has implications for your Memling, yes, which is a very highly detailed painting, and the article would benefit from some close ups. Let's see. [[User:Ceoil|Ceoil]] ([[User talk:Ceoil#top|talk]]) 23:03, 19 February 2017 (UTC)   :The clear message I'm getting Vic, is that we will be accommodated; the museum is reaching out. This has implications for your Memling, yes, which is a very highly detailed painting, and the article would benefit from some close ups. Let's see. [[User:Ceoil|Ceoil]] ([[User talk:Ceoil#top|talk]]) 23:03, 19 February 2017 (UTC)   + ::The reason I deleted it is because I've found the painting and can upload myself. I have very good cropping software on my computer, so that's not an issue. Obviously it would be nice if someone else were to do the upload, but I'm perfectly capable when I get around to it. [[User:Victoriaearle|Victoriaearle]] ([[User talk:Victoriaearle|tk]]) 23:10, 19 February 2017 (UTC) [...]



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Go Fighting!

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‎First Season ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:10, 19 February 2017 Line 275: Line 275:   ! 1/13
30 minutes special for China's national day week   ! 1/13
30 minutes special for China's national day week   | 5 October 2015
{{small|(TBD)}}   | 5 October 2015
{{small|(TBD)}}   + |   + | Pengcheng Shenzhen   + | colspan="4"| '''?'''
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London International Surrealist Exhibition

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‎Exhibition Programming ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:10, 19 February 2017 Line 156: Line 156:   * July 1 — Salvador Dalí — Fantômes paranoïaques authentiques.   * July 1 — Salvador Dalí — Fantômes paranoïaques authentiques.     − The number of exhibits, paintings, sculpture, objects and drawing was around 390. + The number of exhibits, paintings, sculpture, objects and drawings displayed during the exhibition's run was around 390.       Dalí's lecture was delivered whilst wearing a deep-sea diving suit. Nearly suffocating during the presentation, Dalí had to be rescued by the young poet David Gascoyne, who arrived with a [[spanner]] to release him from the [[diving helmet]].   Dalí's lecture was delivered whilst wearing a deep-sea diving suit. Nearly suffocating during the presentation, Dalí had to be rescued by the young poet David Gascoyne, who arrived with a [[spanner]] to release him from the [[diving helmet]]. [...]



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List of Hollyoaks characters (2015)

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‎Hannah Hay-O'Connor ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:10, 19 February 2017 Line 262: Line 262:   | father = [[Ste Hay|Ste McQueen]]   | father = [[Ste Hay|Ste McQueen]]   |stepfather = [[John Paul McQueen]] (2014-)   |stepfather = [[John Paul McQueen]] (2014-) − | grandmothers = [[Pauline Hay]]
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[[List of Hollyoaks characters (2013)#Dee Dee Hutchinson|Dee Dee Hutchinson]]
[[List of Hollyoaks characters (2013)#Bella Sharpe|Bella Sharpe]]   | relatives = [[List of Hollyoaks characters (2015)#Steph Cunningham-Lomax|Steph Cunningham-Lomax]]
[[List of Hollyoaks characters (2015)#Scott Drinkwell|Scott Drinkwell]] (adoptive)   | relatives = [[List of Hollyoaks characters (2015)#Steph Cunningham-Lomax|Steph Cunningham-Lomax]]
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Seongnam FC

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Started to put some reference. ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:10, 19 February 2017 Line 1: Line 1:   {{Infobox football club   {{Infobox football club   | nickname = [[Korean magpie|The Magpies]]   | nickname = [[Korean magpie|The Magpies]] − | ground = [[Tancheon Sports Complex]] + | ground = [[Tancheon Stadium]]   | capacity = 16,146   | capacity = 16,146 − | season = [[2016 K League Classic|2016]] + | season = [[2017 K League Challenge|2017]] − | current = 2016 Seongnam FC season + | current = 2017 Seongnam FC season   | pattern_la1=   | pattern_la1=   | pattern_la2=   | pattern_la2= Line 31: Line 31:   | manager = [[Park Kyung-hoon]]   | manager = [[Park Kyung-hoon]]   | league = [[K League Challenge]]   | league = [[K League Challenge]] − | position = [[K League Classic]], 11th (relegated) + | position = Pre-season   | website = http://www.seongnamfc.com   | website = http://www.seongnamfc.com   |pattern_b1=   |pattern_b1= Line 37: Line 37:   {{infobox Korean name   {{infobox Korean name   |hangul={{linktext|성|남|시|민|프|로|축|구|단}}   |hangul={{linktext|성|남|시|민|프|로|축|구|단}} − |hanja ={{linktext|城|南|市|民|Pro|蹴|球|團}} + |hanja ={{linktext|城|南|市|民|蹴|球|團}}   |rr=Seongnam FC   |rr=Seongnam FC   |mr=Sŏngnam FC   |mr=Sŏngnam FC   }}   }} − '''Seongnam FC''' ({{lang-ko|성남 FC}}) is a South Korean professional [[football (soccer)|football]] club, based in [[Seongnam]], [[South Korea]]. Seongnam currently plays in the [[K League Challenge]]. Founded as '''Ilhwa Chunma Football Club''' in 1989, the club is the most successful in [[Football in South Korea|Korean football]], having won a record seven [[List of K League champions|league titles]], three [[Korean FA Cup|FA Cup]]s, three [[K-League Cup|League Cups]], and two [[AFC Champions League]] titles. + '''Seongnam FC''' ({{lang-ko|성남 FC}}) is a South Korean professional [[football (soccer)|football]] club, based in [[Seongnam]], [[South Korea]]. Seongnam currently plays in the [[K League Challenge]]. Founded as '''Ilhwa Chunma Football Club''' in 1989, the club is the most successful in [[Football in South Korea|Korean football]], having won a record seven [[List of K League champions|K league titles]], three [[Korean FA Cup|FA Cup]]s, three [[K-League Cup|League Cups]], and two [[AFC Champions League]] titles.       Seongnam placed fifth in t[...]



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Social impact assessment

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remove proxy from urls ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:10, 19 February 2017 Line 3: Line 3:       ==Definition==   ==Definition== − The origins of SIA largely derive from the [[environmental impact assessment]] (EIA) model, which first emerged in the 1970s in the U.S, as a way to [[Evaluation|assess]] the impacts on society of certain development schemes and projects before they go ahead - for example, new roads, industrial facilities, mines, dams, ports, airports, and other infrastructure projects. In the United States under the [[National Environmental Policy Act]], social impact assessments are federally mandated and performed in conjunction with [[Environmental impact assessment|environmental impact assessments]].{{Cite journal|last=|first=|year=2009|title=Social impacts of large dam projects: A comparison of international case studies and implications for best practice|url=http://www.sciencedirect.com.ezproxy.proxy.library.oregonstate.edu/science/article/pii/S0301479708002697|journal=Journal of Environmental Management|volume=90|pages=S250|via=Elsevier ScienceDirect Journals Complete}} SIA has been incorporated into the formal planning and approval processes in several countries, in order to categorize and assess how major developments may affect populations, groups, and settlements. Though the social impact assessment has long been considered subordinate to the environmental impact assessment, new models, such as the Environmental Social Impact Assessment (ESIA), take a more integrated approach where equal weight is given to both the social and environmental impact assessments.{{Cite journal|last=|first=|year=2015|title=The Environmental and Social Impact Assessment: a further step towards an integrated assessment process|url=http://www.sciencedirect.com.ezproxy.proxy.library.oregonstate.edu/science/article/pii/S0959652615010410|journal=Journal of Cleaner Production|volume=108, Part A|pages=965-66|via=Elsevier ScienceDirect Journals Complete}} + The origins of SIA largely derive from the [[environmental impact assessment]] (EIA) model, which first emerged in the 1970s in the U.S, as a way to [[Evaluation|assess]] the impacts on society of certain development schemes and projects before they go ahead - for example, new roads, industrial facilities, mines, dams, ports, airports, and other infrastructure projects. In the United States under the [[National Environmental Policy Act]], social impact assessments are federally mandated and performed in conjunction with [[Environmental impact assessment|environmental impact assessments]].{{Cite journal|last=|first=|year=2009|[...]



List of The Nerdist Podcast episodes

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