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Charles B. Wheeler Downtown Airport

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‎History: Correct Internal Link ← Previous revision Revision as of 21:01, 26 March 2017 Line 70: Line 70:   Today the airport is used for corporate and recreational aviation. The terminal building today houses VML, a global advertising and marketing agency headquartered in Kansas City. Its location near downtown has excellent highway access.   Today the airport is used for corporate and recreational aviation. The terminal building today houses VML, a global advertising and marketing agency headquartered in Kansas City. Its location near downtown has excellent highway access.     − It is home to the [[National Airline History Museum and the TWA Museum]]. Though the National Airline History Museum primarily contains artifacts from TWA (due to most of its volunteers are local retired TWA employees), the museum is dedicated to airline history in general. The TWA Museum is housed in the original Terminal that it was founded in at 10 Richards Road and is dedicated to the History of TWA. The airport also hosts the Aviation Expo (Air Show), most years, usually in August. + It is home to the [[National Airline History Museum]]. Though the National Airline History Museum primarily contains artifacts from TWA (due to most of its volunteers are local retired TWA employees), the museum is dedicated to airline history in general. The TWA Museum is housed in the original Terminal that it was founded in at 10 Richards Road and is dedicated to the History of TWA. The airport also hosts the Aviation Expo (Air Show), most years, usually in August.       ==Facilities and aircraft==   ==Facilities and aircraft== [...]



2017 HJK season

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‎Knockout Stage ← Previous revision Revision as of 21:01, 26 March 2017 Line 538: Line 538:   }}   }}   {{footballbox collapsible   {{footballbox collapsible − |date = + |date = 1 April 2017 − |time = [[Eastern European Time|EET]] ([[UTC+02:00|UTC+2]]) + |time = 14:30 [[Eastern European Time|EET]] ([[UTC+02:00|UTC+2]])   |round = Semifinal   |round = Semifinal − |team1 = + |team1 = [[FC Ilves|Ilves]]   |score = –   |score = – − |report = [ Report] + |report = [https://www.palloliitto.fi/tulospalvelu/ottelu&830905 Report] − |team2 = + |team2 = HJK   |goals1 =   |goals1 =   |goals2 =   |goals2 = − |stadium = + |stadium = [[Tammelan Stadion]] − |location = + |location = [[Tampere]]   |attendance =   |attendance =   |referee =   |referee = [...]



User:Sameershad

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2017 Campeonato Pernambucano

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← Previous revision Revision as of 21:01, 26 March 2017 Line 14: Line 14:   |biggest away win =   |biggest away win =   |highest scoring =   |highest scoring = − |matches = 79 + |matches = 81 − |total goals = 174 + |total goals = 178       |longest wins =   |longest wins = [...]



2015–16 Moldovan National Division

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Disciplinary

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Conrad Dobler

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Tree Fu Tom

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← Previous revision Revision as of 21:01, 26 March 2017 Line 3: Line 3:   | show_name = Tree Fu Tom   | show_name = Tree Fu Tom   | image = Tree-fu-tom.jpeg   | image = Tree-fu-tom.jpeg − | voices = [[Sophie Aldred]], [[David Tennant]], [[Tim Whitnall]], [[Samantha Dakin]], [[Sharon D Clarke]] + | voices = [[Sophie Aldred]], [[David Tennant]], [[Tim Whitnall]], [[Samantha Dakin]], [[Sharon D Clarke]] [[Mark Bonnar]] [[David Holt]] [[Duncan Wisbey]]   | starring = Adam Henderson   | starring = Adam Henderson   | producer = Daniel Bays   | producer = Daniel Bays [...]



Ibiza Weekender

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Series 6 (2017)

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Sir Wilfrid Laurier School Board

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← Previous revision Revision as of 21:01, 26 March 2017 Line 5: Line 5:       The Sir Wilfrid Laurier School Board is the third largest English [[school board]] in the [[Quebec|Province of Quebec]], [[Canada]].   The Sir Wilfrid Laurier School Board is the third largest English [[school board]] in the [[Quebec|Province of Quebec]], [[Canada]].   +   + ==DISRESPECFUL SCHOOL BOARD==   +   + − This is one of the most disrespectful school board.   +   + − A year ago they took the liberty of consenting for us, as parents for the school pictures, video's of our kids. They had no authority to do so and got reprimanded by a provincial authority Ironically, they ask our kids to get consent before taking pictures of staff or kids. That's not leading by example.   +       ==Service area==   ==Service area== [...]



Everything, Everything (film)

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‎Release ← Previous revision Revision as of 21:01, 26 March 2017 Line 45: Line 45:       == Release ==   == Release == − ''Everything, Everything'' is scheduled to be released on May 5, 2017, by [[Warner Bros. Pictures]] and [[Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures]].{{cite news|last1=D'Alessandro|first1=Anthony|title=Bradley Cooper-Lady Gaga Movie ‘A Star Is Born’ Gets 2018 Release Date|url=http://deadline.com/2016/11/warner-bros-dates-a-star-is-born-new-lines-rampage-more-1201852069/|accessdate=November 15, 2016|work=Deadline|date=November 10, 2016}}-->That reference says it's scheduled for a August 18, 2017 release.--> + ''Everything, Everything'' is scheduled to be released on May 5, 2017, by [[Warner Bros. Pictures]] and [[Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures]].{{cite news|last1=D'Alessandro|first1=Anthony|title=Bradley Cooper-Lady Gaga Movie ‘A Star Is Born’ Gets 2018 Release Date|url=http://deadline.com/2016/11/warner-bros-dates-a-star-is-born-new-lines-rampage-more-1201852069/|accessdate=November 15, 2016|work=Deadline|date=November 10, 2016}}       == References ==   == References == [...]



User:Avicennasis/logs/csd

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CKFM-FM

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‎Re-branding as Virgin Radio ← Previous revision Revision as of 21:01, 26 March 2017 Line 43: Line 43:   Astral officials indicated at the time that, if the rebranding was successful, the Virgin Radio brand would eventually be rolled out to other markets nationwide.[http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/LAC.20080826.RVIRGIN26/TPStory/Business Astral tests Virgin branding], Grant Robertson, ''[[The Globe and Mail]]'', August 26, 2008 Barely three months later, on December 4, Astral deemed the new brand a success, and announced that stations in [[CJFM-FM|Montreal]], [[CKQB-FM|Ottawa]], and [[CKZZ-FM|Vancouver]] will be rebranded as Virgin Radio stations effective early January 2009.[http://www.newswire.ca/en/releases/archive/December2008/04/c7123.html Astral press release], December 4, 2008 All three stations will retain essentially the same formats (rock at the Ottawa station, hot AC in Montreal and Vancouver). In addition to the aforementioned three stations, the "Virgin" branding has since been expanded to [[CIBK-FM|Calgary]], [[CFMG-FM|Edmonton]], [[CIQM-FM|London]], [[CKMM-FM|Winnipeg]], [[CFCA-FM|Kitchener]] and [[CJCH-FM|Halifax]].   Astral officials indicated at the time that, if the rebranding was successful, the Virgin Radio brand would eventually be rolled out to other markets nationwide.[http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/LAC.20080826.RVIRGIN26/TPStory/Business Astral tests Virgin branding], Grant Robertson, ''[[The Globe and Mail]]'', August 26, 2008 Barely three months later, on December 4, Astral deemed the new brand a success, and announced that stations in [[CJFM-FM|Montreal]], [[CKQB-FM|Ottawa]], and [[CKZZ-FM|Vancouver]] will be rebranded as Virgin Radio stations effective early January 2009.[http://www.newswire.ca/en/releases/archive/December2008/04/c7123.html Astral press release], December 4, 2008 All three stations will retain essentially the same formats (rock at the Ottawa station, hot AC in Montreal and Vancouver). In addition to the aforementioned three stations, the "Virgin" branding has since been expanded to [[CIBK-FM|Calgary]], [[CFMG-FM|Edmonton]], [[CIQM-FM|London]], [[CKMM-FM|Winnipeg]], [[CFCA-FM|Kitchener]] and [[CJCH-FM|Halifax]].     − As of September [[2009 in radio|2009]], the station was moved to the Canadian [[contemporary hit radio|CHR]] panel on [[Mediabase]] and [[Nielsen Broadcast Data Systems|BDS]], making the station the first in the [[contemporary hit radio|CHR]] format with a transmitter atop the [[CN Tower]] and the second Top 40 station licensed to the City of Toronto, the other being [[CKIS-FM]]. At the time of the format altering, CKFM adopted the slogan "Toronto's New #1 Hit Music Station". Currently, CKFM competes with CKIS-FM, [[CIDC-FM]], [[CJED-FM]] in [[Regional Municipality of Niagara|Niagara Region]], [[CKBT-FM]] in [[Kitchener, Ontario|Kitchener]], and, to a lesser extent, [[WKSE]] in [[Buffalo, New York|Buffalo]]. + As of September [[2009 in radio|2009]], the station was moved to the Canadian [[contemporary hit radio|CHR]] panel on [[Mediabase]] and [[Nielsen Broadcast Data Systems|BDS]], making the station the first in the [[contemporary hit radio|CHR]] format with a transmitter atop the [[CN Tower]] and the second Top 40 station licensed to the City of Toronto, the other being [[CKIS-FM]]. At the time of the format altering, CKFM adopted the slogan "Toronto's New #1 Hit Music Station". Currently, CKFM competes with CKIS, [[CIDC-FM|CIDC]], [[CJED-FM|CJED]] in [[Regional Municipality of Niagara|Niagara Region]], [[CKBT-FM|CKBT]] in [...]



Geawegal

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‎People ← Previous revision Revision as of 21:01, 26 March 2017 Line 12: Line 12:   ==People==   ==People==   Tindale affirms that the Geawegal had close affiliations with the neighbouring [[Worimi|Warrimay]].{{sfn|Tindale |1974}}{{sfn|Wafer|2014|p=58}} and were not to be confused with the [[Gweagal]], an [[Eora]] [[Band society|horde]] that dwelt between [[Botany Bay]] and [[Port Jackson]].{{sfn|Tindale |1974}} They married out with the aborigines of [[Maitland, New South Wales|Maitland]], to some extent with those of the [[Paterson River]], and on exceptional occasions with the people around [[Muswellbrook, New South Wales|Muswellbrook]]. They greatly feared the Gamilaraay, who, according to some early reports, were wont to push down from the upper Hunter River and raid their territory as far as [[Jerrys Plains, New South Wales|Jerrys Plains]].{{sfn|Fison|Howitt|1880|p=279}}   Tindale affirms that the Geawegal had close affiliations with the neighbouring [[Worimi|Warrimay]].{{sfn|Tindale |1974}}{{sfn|Wafer|2014|p=58}} and were not to be confused with the [[Gweagal]], an [[Eora]] [[Band society|horde]] that dwelt between [[Botany Bay]] and [[Port Jackson]].{{sfn|Tindale |1974}} They married out with the aborigines of [[Maitland, New South Wales|Maitland]], to some extent with those of the [[Paterson River]], and on exceptional occasions with the people around [[Muswellbrook, New South Wales|Muswellbrook]]. They greatly feared the Gamilaraay, who, according to some early reports, were wont to push down from the upper Hunter River and raid their territory as far as [[Jerrys Plains, New South Wales|Jerrys Plains]].{{sfn|Fison|Howitt|1880|p=279}} − Their society was divided into two sections, ''Yipai'' and ''Kampu''.{{sfn|Fison|Howitt|1880|p=280}} {{efn|It has been remarked that the same terms were current among the [[Wonnarua|Wanarruwa]], which may afford a clue as to the real affiliation of the Geawegal.{{sfn|Wafer|2014|p=61}}}} Despite formally strict marriage rules, Fison and Howitt's informant told them that festive occasions involving wife-swapping took place among them.{{sfn|Fison|Howitt|1880|p=281}} They were one of the tribes employing heralds to communicate with other, and sometimes distant tribes. These people were considered as sacred, and to be allowed free passage, even among hostile tribes.{{sfn|Fison|Howitt|1880|p=283}} The victor who slew an enemy in a tribal fight would excise his hand and carry it for some time among the tribe as a trophy.{{sfn|Fison|Howitt|1880|p=284}} When a warrior died, all of his fighting and hunting equipment was solemnly buried with his body.{{sfn|Fison|Howitt|1880|p=284}} +   + Their society was divided aatleast into two sections, ''Yipai'' and ''Kampu''.{{sfn|Fison|Howitt|1880|p=280}} {{efn|It has been remarked that the same terms were current among the [[Wonnarua|Wanarruwa]], which may afford a clue as to the real affiliation of the Geawegal.{{sfn|Wafer|2014|p=61}}}}, as opposed to the four recorded for the surrounding tribes, but this may simply reflect a failure of the informant's memory.{{sfn|Wafer|2014|p=61, n.14}} Despite formally strict marriage rules, Fison and Howitt's informant told them that festive occasions involving wife-swapping took place among them.{{sfn|Fison|Howitt|1880|p=281}} They were one of the tribes employing heralds to communicate with other, and sometimes distant tribes. These people were considered as sacred, and to be allowed free passage, even among hostile tribes.{{sfn|Fison|Howitt|1880|p=283}} The victor who slew an enemy in a tribal fight would excise his hand and carry it for s[...]



User:Dr wafaa kh

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Jive Talkin'

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← Previous revision Revision as of 21:01, 26 March 2017 Line 44: Line 44:       The original studio version was included on the ''Saturday Night Fever'' soundtrack, as it was used in a scene that was cut from the final film. Later pressings of the album used the live version of "Jive Talkin' " from the Bee Gees 1977 album, ''Here at Last... Bee Gees... Live'', due to contractual distribution changes. The CD version restores the use of the studio version.   The original studio version was included on the ''Saturday Night Fever'' soundtrack, as it was used in a scene that was cut from the final film. Later pressings of the album used the live version of "Jive Talkin' " from the Bee Gees 1977 album, ''Here at Last... Bee Gees... Live'', due to contractual distribution changes. The CD version restores the use of the studio version.   +   + ==Personnel==   + *[[Barry Gibb]] – [[Lead vocalist|lead]], [[harmony vocals|harmony]] and [[Backing vocalist|backing vocals]], [[rhythm guitar]]   + *[[Robin Gibb]] – harmony and backing vocals   + *[[Maurice Gibb]] – [[Bass (guitar)|bass]], harmony and backing vocals   + *[[Alan Kendall]] – [[electric guitar]]   + *[[Blue Weaver]] – [[keyboard instrument|keyboards]], [[synthesizer]]   + *[[Dennis Bryon]] – [[Drum kit|drums]], [[percussion]]       ==Chart performance==   ==Chart performance== [...]



Samuel Young

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‎See also: *Sammy Younge Jr. (1944-1966), murdered civil rights and voting rights activist ← Previous revision Revision as of 21:01, 26 March 2017 Line 12: Line 12:       ==See also==   ==See also==   + *[[Sammy Younge Jr.]] (1944-1966), murdered civil rights and voting rights activist   *[[Samuel Youngs]] (1760–1839), New York assemblyman from Westchester County, inspiration for ''The Legend of Sleepy Hollow''   *[[Samuel Youngs]] (1760–1839), New York assemblyman from Westchester County, inspiration for ''The Legend of Sleepy Hollow''   *[[Samuel Youngs (1753–1797)]], New York assemblyman from Queens County 1794   *[[Samuel Youngs (1753–1797)]], New York assemblyman from Queens County 1794 [...]



Battle of Al-Tabqa airbase

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‎Ramp up fights: Fix. ← Previous revision Revision as of 21:01, 26 March 2017 Line 48: Line 48:   Meanwhile, the Syrian army sent reinforcements to Al-Tabqa airbase, and strengthened fortifications inside the base. It also supplied its garrison with large quantities of ammunition and food.{{cite web|url=http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/security/2014/08/syria-tabaqa-airport-army-islamic-state.html?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter|title=IS attacks Syrian army's last outpost in Raqqa|work=Al-Monitor|accessdate=25 October 2014}}   Meanwhile, the Syrian army sent reinforcements to Al-Tabqa airbase, and strengthened fortifications inside the base. It also supplied its garrison with large quantities of ammunition and food.{{cite web|url=http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/security/2014/08/syria-tabaqa-airport-army-islamic-state.html?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter|title=IS attacks Syrian army's last outpost in Raqqa|work=Al-Monitor|accessdate=25 October 2014}}     − == Ramp up fights == + == Ramped-up fights ==   On the night of 19 August the heaviest fighting yet occurred at Tabqa air base, which involved medium and heavy weaponry as well as 15 government air raids around Tabqa. ISIL had captured a string of nearby villages in the days before the attack, tightening its siege on the base.{{cite web|url=http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/08/20/islamic-state-syria_n_5694282.html|title=Islamic State Militants Attack Major Air Base In Eastern Syria|date=20 August 2014|work=The Huffington Post|accessdate=25 October 2014}} The assault started with a double suicide bombing near the entrance to the base,{{cite web|title=IS continues attacks on Tabaqa airport in Raqqa|url=http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/security/2014/08/islamic-state-other-attack-tabaqa-airport-fail.html|website=Al-Monitor|accessdate=23 August 2014}} followed by a large-scale ground assault that consisted of 200 fighters, half of whom were foreigners. The next morning, fighting subsided after the first assault wave failed to breach the base, but a second wave was launched in the afternoon. ISIL fighters encountered a minefield, heavy shelling and air strikes throughout the assaults. The mines were reportedly planted as part of an ambush set up by Syrian army Special Forces based on previous observation of ISIS troop movements in the area.{{cite web|url=http://www.syrianperspective.com/2014/08/syrian-army-ambush-at-tabqa-kills-hundreds-of-isis-terrorists-syrpers-ziad-interviewed-on-staggenborgs-show-saturday.html|title=SYRIAN ARMY AMBUSH AT TABQA KILLS HUNDREDS OF ISIS TERRORISTS!|author=Ziad Fadel|date=22 August 2014|work=Syrian Perspective|accessdate=25 October 2014}} The fighting for the base continued until the morning of 22 August, as ISIS managed to capture the al-Tayyara checkpoint near the air base,{{cite web|url=http://syriahr.com/index.php?option=com_news&nid=22270&Itemid=2&task=displaynews#.U_YYzvl_u4I|title=At least 11 ISIS fighters killed in clashes with the regime|publisher=|accessdate=25 October 2014}} but failed to break into the base itself.{{cite web|url=http://bigstory.ap.o[...]



Draft:Ryan G. Benjamin

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name ← Previous revision Revision as of 21:01, 26 March 2017 Line 11: Line 11:         − Ryan Benjamin (born in Jan, 1971) is an American comic book artist. He is best known for his work as a penciller and as a digital artist{{Cite web|url=http://powerupgaming.co.uk/2015/09/17/kill-strain-artist-interview/|title=The Art of Kill Strain with Senior Sony Artist Ryan Benjamin|date=2015-09-17|website=Power Up Gaming|access-date=2017-03-22}}. Benjamin started his career in comics at [[WildStorm|Wildstorm]] Productions (Image Comics) in 1993{{Cite news|url=http://comiccreatorsofcolor.com/index.php/2016/02/15/ryan-benjamin/|title=Ryan Benjamin|date=2016-02-15|work=Comic Creators Of Color|access-date=2017-03-22|language=en-US}}. His most notable works include [[Grifter (comics)|Grifter]], Grifter & Midnighter{{Cite news|url=http://www.dccomics.com/graphic-novels/grifter-and-midnighter|title=GRIFTER AND MIDNIGHTER|date=2012-03-09|work=DC|access-date=2017-03-15|language=en}}, and the New York Times best seller [[Batman Beyond (comics)|Batman Beyond]]. He is currently the penciller for Odyssey of the Amazons{{Cite news|url=http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/odyssey-amazons-kevin-grevioux-wonder-woman-prequel-955527|title='Odyssey of the Amazons' Writer Kevin Grevioux on the Hidden History of Wonder Woman's Tribe|work=The Hollywood Reporter|access-date=2017-03-22|language=en}} comic book series for [[DC Comics]]. + Ryan G. Benjamin (born in Jan, 1971) is an American comic book artist. He is best known for his work as a penciller and as a digital artist{{Cite web|url=http://powerupgaming.co.uk/2015/09/17/kill-strain-artist-interview/|title=The Art of Kill Strain with Senior Sony Artist Ryan Benjamin|date=2015-09-17|website=Power Up Gaming|access-date=2017-03-22}}. Benjamin started his career in comics at [[WildStorm|Wildstorm]] Productions (Image Comics) in 1993{{Cite news|url=http://comiccreatorsofcolor.com/index.php/2016/02/15/ryan-benjamin/|title=Ryan Benjamin|date=2016-02-15|work=Comic Creators Of Color|access-date=2017-03-22|language=en-US}}. His most notable works include [[Grifter (comics)|Grifter]], Grifter & Midnighter{{Cite news|url=http://www.dccomics.com/graphic-novels/grifter-and-midnighter|title=GRIFTER AND MIDNIGHTER|date=2012-03-09|work=DC|access-date=2017-03-15|language=en}}, and the New York Times best seller [[Batman Beyond (comics)|Batman Beyond]]. He is currently the penciller for Odyssey of the Amazons{{Cite news|url=http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/odyssey-amazons-kevin-grevioux-wonder-woman-prequel-955527|title='Odyssey of the Amazons' Writer Kevin Grevioux on the Hidden History of Wonder Woman's Tribe|work=The Hollywood Reporter|access-date=2017-03-22|language=en}} comic book series for [[DC Comics]].       == Comics Career ==   == Comics Career == [...]



Jocelyn Wildenstein

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← Previous revision Revision as of 21:01, 26 March 2017 Line 11: Line 11:   | children = 2   | children = 2   }}   }} − '''Jocelyn Dayannys da Silva Bezarra Wildenstein''' (née '''Périsset''';{{sfn|Konigsberg|1997|p=34}} born August 5, 1945) is a [[European]]-[[New York City]] [[socialite]]{{sfn|McCracken|2008|p=25}} known for her extensive [[cosmetic surgery|facial surgeries]] (which has earned her the monikers "Catwoman" and "Bride of Wildenstein"), her divorce from late billionaire businessman [[Alec N. Wildenstein|Alec Wildenstein]] in 1999,{{sfn|Dunford|2009|p=181}}{{sfn|DeMello|2007|pp=13, 36}} and for her extravagant lifestyle — she once calculated her yearly telephone bill at $60,000 and food and wine costs at $547,000.{{sfn|Felder|Victor|2011}} + '''Jocelyn Dayannys da Silva Bezerra Wildenstein''' (née '''Périsset''';{{sfn|Konigsberg|1997|p=34}} born August 5, 1945) is a [[European]]-[[New York City]] [[socialite]]{{sfn|McCracken|2008|p=25}} known for her extensive [[cosmetic surgery|facial surgeries]] (which has earned her the monikers "Catwoman" and "Bride of Wildenstein"), her divorce from late billionaire businessman [[Alec N. Wildenstein|Alec Wildenstein]] in 1999,{{sfn|Dunford|2009|p=181}}{{sfn|DeMello|2007|pp=13, 36}} and for her extravagant lifestyle — she once calculated her yearly telephone bill at $60,000 and food and wine costs at $547,000.{{sfn|Felder|Victor|2011}}       ==Early life==   ==Early life== [...]



The Clue of the Hissing Serpent

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‎Plot summary ← Previous revision Revision as of 21:01, 26 March 2017 Line 30: Line 30:       ==Plot summary==   ==Plot summary== − The Hardy brothers and [[Chet Morton|Chet]] head to [[Hong Kong]] to investigate a missing [[chess]] [[trophy]], a [[Serpent (symbolism)|serpent]] pattern on a [[vase]] and [[hot-air balloon]], and ends up smashing an international [[crime ring]]. + The Hardy brothers and [[Chet Morton|Chet]] meet a wealthy balloonist named Albert Krassner, who is in possession of the Ruby King, a valuable life-sized chess piece that is the prize for a chess tournament. The boys soon learn that a gang wants to steal the Ruby King. Then the Ruby King mysteriously disappears from the Krassner safe, sending the Hardy Boys to Hong Kong. There they capture the gang and find the Ruby King.       ==References==   ==References== [...]



Kartar Singh Sarabha

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← Previous revision Revision as of 21:01, 26 March 2017 Line 6: Line 6:   |caption= Kartar Singh Sarabha   |caption= Kartar Singh Sarabha   |birth_date = 24 May 1896   |birth_date = 24 May 1896 − |birth_place= Sarabha Village, [[Ludhiana]], [[Punjab (British India)|Punjab]] + |birth_place= Sarabha Village, [[Ludhiana]], [[Punjab (British India)|Punjab]], [[British Raj|British India]] (present-day [[Punjab, India|Punjab]], [[India]])   |death_date = 16 November 1915 (aged 19)   |death_date = 16 November 1915 (aged 19) − |death_place= [[Lahore]], [[British India]] + |death_place= [[Lahore]], [[Punjab (British India)|Punjab]], [[British Raj|British India]] (present-day [[Punjab, Pakistan|Punjab]], [[Pakistan]])   |organization = [[Ghadar Party]]   |organization = [[Ghadar Party]]   | known_for = Most active member [[Ghadar Party]]   | known_for = Most active member [[Ghadar Party]] [...]



Love You like a Love Song

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← Previous revision Revision as of 21:01, 26 March 2017 Line 13: Line 13:   *[[Antonina Armato]]   *[[Antonina Armato]]   *[[Tim James (music producer)|Tim James]]   *[[Tim James (music producer)|Tim James]] − *[[Adam Schmalholz]]}} + *Adam Schmalholz}}   | Producer = {{flat list|   | Producer = {{flat list|   *[[Rock Mafia]]   *[[Rock Mafia]] [...]



Men Going Their Own Way

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← Previous revision Revision as of 21:01, 26 March 2017 Line 2: Line 2:   [[File:MGTOW_symbol.jpg|thumb|MGTOW logo as shown in episode "Men at War" of the BBC series ''Reggie Yates' Extreme UK''{{cite episode | title = Men at War | url = http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06s5h18 | archiveurl = http://www.webcitation.org/6gSAwUgiy | archivedate = 2016-04-01 | series = Reggie Yates' Extreme UK | network = [[BBC]] | station = [[BBC Three]] | air-date = January 12, 2016 | season = 1 | number = 2 | minutes = 22}}]]   [[File:MGTOW_symbol.jpg|thumb|MGTOW logo as shown in episode "Men at War" of the BBC series ''Reggie Yates' Extreme UK''{{cite episode | title = Men at War | url = http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06s5h18 | archiveurl = http://www.webcitation.org/6gSAwUgiy | archivedate = 2016-04-01 | series = Reggie Yates' Extreme UK | network = [[BBC]] | station = [[BBC Three]] | air-date = January 12, 2016 | season = 1 | number = 2 | minutes = 22}}]]   '''Men Going Their Own Way''' (abbreviated MGTOW, pronounced ({{IPAc-en|ˈ|m|ɪ|g|t|aʊ}})) sometimes also called the '''marriage strike''', the '''marriage boycott''', or '''the sexodus''', is a worldwide social phenomenon and community of heterosexual men who uphold a personal philosophy which rejects gynocentrism in favor of a value system of male self-determination and self-preservation, and who consequently choose a lifestyle which avoids legal and romantic entanglements with women, including, at the very least, marriage, cohabitation, and procreation. A participant in MGTOW is called a '''Man Going His Own Way''' (abbreviated '''MGHOW''', pronounced /ˈmɪg.haʊ/). In Japan, MGTOW are known as herbivore men or grass-eater men.{{cite journal|last1 = Goldwag|first1 = Arthur|title = Leader's Suicide Brings Attention to Men's Rights Movement|journal = Intelligence Report|date = Spring 2012|issue = 145|url = https://www.splcenter.org/fighting-hate/intelligence-report/2012/leader%E2%80%99s-suicide-brings-attention-men%E2%80%99s-rights-movement|archiveurl = http://www.webcitation.org/6gSApnOZF|archivedate = 2016-04-01|accessdate = April 6, 2015|publisher = [[Southern Poverty Law Center]]}}   '''Men Going Their Own Way''' (abbreviated MGTOW, pronounced ({{IPAc-en|ˈ|m|ɪ|g|t|aʊ}})) sometimes also called the '''marriage strike''', the '''marriage boycott''', or '''the sexodus''', is a worldwide social phenomenon and community of heterosexual men who uphold a personal philosophy which rejects gynocentrism in favor of a value system of male self-determination and self-preservation, and who consequently choose a lifestyle which avoids legal and romantic entanglements with women, including, at the very least, marriage, cohabitation, and procreation. A participant in MGTOW is called a '''Man Going His Own Way''' (abbreviated '''MGHOW''', pronounced /ˈmɪg.haʊ/). In Japan, MGTOW are known as herbivore men or grass-eater men.{{cite journal|last1 = Goldwag|first1 = Arthur|title = Leader's Suicide Brings Attention to Men's Rights Movement|journal = Intelligence Report|date = Spring 2012|issue = 145|url = https://www.splcenter.org/fighting-hate/intelligence-report/2012/leade[...]



Mayfair

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‎Churches: Grosvenor Chapel ← Previous revision Revision as of 21:01, 26 March 2017 Line 71: Line 71:   ===Churches===   ===Churches===   [[St George's, Hanover Square]] was constructed between 1721-4 by [[John James (architect)|John James]], as one of 50 new churches following the [[Commission for Building Fifty New Churches]] Act in 1711. It features the first portico to be constructed for a British church. Several historically important people were married here, including [[Emma, Lady Hamilton]] in 1791, poet [[Percy Bysshe Shelley]] in 1814, and Prime Ministers [[Benjamin Disraeli]] and [[H. H. Asquith]] in 1839 and 1894 respectively. The porch features two cast-iron dogs that were rescued from a shop in [[Conduit Street]] that was bombed during [[the Blitz]].{{sfn|Weinreb|Hibbert|Keay|Keay|2008|p=759}}   [[St George's, Hanover Square]] was constructed between 1721-4 by [[John James (architect)|John James]], as one of 50 new churches following the [[Commission for Building Fifty New Churches]] Act in 1711. It features the first portico to be constructed for a British church. Several historically important people were married here, including [[Emma, Lady Hamilton]] in 1791, poet [[Percy Bysshe Shelley]] in 1814, and Prime Ministers [[Benjamin Disraeli]] and [[H. H. Asquith]] in 1839 and 1894 respectively. The porch features two cast-iron dogs that were rescued from a shop in [[Conduit Street]] that was bombed during [[the Blitz]].{{sfn|Weinreb|Hibbert|Keay|Keay|2008|p=759}}   +   + Grosvenor Chapel is on South Audley Street in Mayfair. It was built by Benjamin Timbrell in 1730 for the Grosvenor Estate. It was used by American armed forces during World War II. The parents of [[Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington]] are buried in the churchyard.{{sfn|Weinreb|Hibbert|Keay|Keay|2008|p=358}}       ===Retail===   ===Retail=== [...]



New York Genome Center

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‎Founding ← Previous revision Revision as of 21:01, 26 March 2017 Line 10: Line 10:   The Center was legally founded in November 2011 as a collaboration among eleven academic institutions to advance genome research,{{cite web|title=New York Genome Center Launches Unprecedented Collaboration of 11 Leading Medical/Research Institutions|url=http://newsroom.cumc.columbia.edu/blog/2011/11/03/new-york-genome-center-launches-unprecedented-collaboration-of-11-leading-medicalresearch-institutions/|website=newsroom.cumc.columbia.edu|accessdate=26 March 2017|ref=1|date=November 3, 2011}} based on leadership from Tom Maniatis{{cite web|title=Tom Maniatis’ Dream of a NY Genome Center Becomes a Big Apple Reality|url=http://www.xconomy.com/new-york/2013/09/19/tom-maniatis-dream-ny-genome-center-becomes-big-apple-reality/|website=www.xconomy.com|accessdate=26 March 2017}} and financial support of $2.5 million from each institution as well as a number of private philanthropists, including then Mayor [[Michael Bloomberg]], [[James Simons]] and Russell Carson. The Center began operation in temporary facilities at [[Rockefeller University]] in February 2012.   The Center was legally founded in November 2011 as a collaboration among eleven academic institutions to advance genome research,{{cite web|title=New York Genome Center Launches Unprecedented Collaboration of 11 Leading Medical/Research Institutions|url=http://newsroom.cumc.columbia.edu/blog/2011/11/03/new-york-genome-center-launches-unprecedented-collaboration-of-11-leading-medicalresearch-institutions/|website=newsroom.cumc.columbia.edu|accessdate=26 March 2017|ref=1|date=November 3, 2011}} based on leadership from Tom Maniatis{{cite web|title=Tom Maniatis’ Dream of a NY Genome Center Becomes a Big Apple Reality|url=http://www.xconomy.com/new-york/2013/09/19/tom-maniatis-dream-ny-genome-center-becomes-big-apple-reality/|website=www.xconomy.com|accessdate=26 March 2017}} and financial support of $2.5 million from each institution as well as a number of private philanthropists, including then Mayor [[Michael Bloomberg]], [[James Simons]] and Russell Carson. The Center began operation in temporary facilities at [[Rockefeller University]] in February 2012.     − One year after founding [[NYGC]] recruited [[Robert B. Darnell]] as President and Scientific Director, and formally opened in a new facility September 19-20, 2013.{{cite web|last1=Maher|first1=Brendan|title=Biomedical-research hub opens in Manhattan|url=http://www.nature.com/news/biomedical-research-hub-opens-in-manhattan-1.13740|website=www.nature.com|accessdate=26 March 2017}} + One year after founding NYGC recruited [[Robert B. Darnell]] as President and Scientific Director, and formally opened in a new facility September 19-20, 2013.{{cite web|last1=Maher|first1=Brendan|title=Biomedical-research hub opens in Manhattan|url=http://www.nature.com/news/biomedical-research-hub-opens-in-manhattan-1.13740|website=www.nature.com|accessdate=26 March[...]



Wikipedia:Wiki Ed/Tufts university/Latino Theatre and Film (Spring 2017)

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Updating course from dashboard.wikiedu.org ← Previous revision Revision as of 21:01, 26 March 2017 Line 23: Line 23:   {{student table row|IsaacNielson||}}   {{student table row|IsaacNielson||}}   {{student table row|Jonajarro15||}}   {{student table row|Jonajarro15||}}   + {{student table row|ClintonHausman||}}   {{end of students table}}   {{end of students table}}   {{start of course timeline}}   {{start of course timeline}} Line 76: Line 77:   ** Check a few citations. Do the links work? Is there any close paraphrasing or plagiarism in the article?   ** Check a few citations. Do the links work? Is there any close paraphrasing or plagiarism in the article?   ** Is any information out of date? Is anything missing that could be added?   ** Is any information out of date? Is anything missing that could be added? − *  Choose at least 2 questions relevant to the article you're evaluating. Leave your evaluation on the article's Talk page. Be sure to sign your feedback with four tildes — [[User:Jonajarro15|Jonajarro15]] ([[User talk:Jonajarro15|talk]]) 19:48, 26 March 2017 (UTC).  + *  Choose at least 2 questions relevant to the article you're evaluating. Leave your evaluation on the article's Talk page. Be sure to sign your feedback with four tildes — [[User:ClintonHausman|ClintonHausman]] ([[User talk:ClintonHausman|talk]]) 21:01, 26 March 2017 (UTC).        {{end of course week}}   {{end of course week}} [...]



User:ClintonHausman/sandbox

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User:Aditya Raghuvanshi

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Babita Raghuvanshi politician

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User talk:Jjj1238

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‎Fernando Daniel: new section ← Previous revision Revision as of 21:01, 26 March 2017 Line 206: Line 206:       It's OK to remove this message. Also, to stop receiving these messages, follow these [[User:DPL bot|opt-out instructions]]. Thanks, [[User:DPL bot|DPL bot]] ([[User talk:DPL bot|talk]]) 10:13, 15 March 2017 (UTC)   It's OK to remove this message. Also, to stop receiving these messages, follow these [[User:DPL bot|opt-out instructions]]. Thanks, [[User:DPL bot|DPL bot]] ([[User talk:DPL bot|talk]]) 10:13, 15 March 2017 (UTC)   +   + == Fernando Daniel ==   +   + We've just muck up the AfD for [[Fernando Daniel]]. Both you and I nominated at the exact same time, and it has now created a messy problem of 2 nominations - whoops! Although saying that, my nomination pointed out the fact [[WP:GNG]] and [[WP:MUSICBIO]] hasn't been met. The rationale you gave did not link to any policies, which we're suppose to do when nominating. '''[[User:Wesley Mouse|Wes Mouse]] [[User talk:Wesley Mouse|Talk]]''' 21:01, 26 March 2017 (UTC) [...]



Dublin Airport

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‎Passenger: By adding a route that Concorde travel offer ← Previous revision Revision as of 21:01, 26 March 2017 Line 195: Line 195:   | [[British Airways]]
{{nowrap|operated by [[BA CityFlyer]]}} | [[London City Airport|London–City]]
'''Seasonal:''' [[Ibiza Airport|Ibiza]] (begins 19 May 2017){{cite web |url=http://mediacentre.britishairways.com/pressrelease/details/86/2017-228/8269 |title=NEW SUMMER SUN FLIGHTS FROM DUBLIN AND EDINBURGH |publisher=British Airways |date=17 February 2017 |accessdate=17 February 2017}}
'''Seasonal charter:''' [[Chambéry Airport|Chambéry]]{{cite web |url=http://www.crystalski.ie/ |title=Crystal Ski Holidays |publisher=Crystal Ski Ireland |accessdate=15 January 2017}}| 1   | [[British Airways]]
{{nowrap|operated by [[BA CityFlyer]]}} | [[London City Airport|London–City]]
'''Seasonal:''' [[Ibiza Airport|Ibiza]] (begins 19 May 2017){{cite web |url=http://mediacentre.britishairways.com/pressrelease/details/86/2017-228/8269 |title=NEW SUMMER SUN FLIGHTS FROM DUBLIN AND EDINBURGH |publisher=British Airways |date=17 February 2017 |accessdate=17 February 2017}}
'''Seasonal charter:''' [[Chambéry Airport|Chambéry]]{{cite web |url=http://www.crystalski.ie/ |title=Crystal Ski Holidays |publisher=Crystal Ski Ireland |accessdate=15 January 2017}}| 1     − | [[CityJet]] | [[London City Airport|London–City]]
'''Seasonal charter:''' [[Alghero-Fertilia Airport|Alghero]] (begins 3 June 2017), [[Málaga Airport|Málaga]] (begins 3 June 2017), [[Palma de Mallorca Airport|Palma de Mallorca]] (begins 3 June 2017), [[Reus Airport|Reus]] (begins 3 June 2017) | 1 + | [[CityJet]] | [[London City Airport|London–City]]
'''Seasonal charter:''' [[Alghero-Fertilia Airport|Alghero]] (begins 3 June 2017),[[Dubrovnik Airport|Dubrovnik]] [[Málaga Airport|Málaga]] (begins 3 June 2017), [[Palma de Mallorca Airport|Palma de Mallorca]] (begins 3 June 2017), [[Reus Airport|Reus]] (begins 3 June 2017) | 1       | [[Cobalt Air]] | '''Seasonal:''' [[Larnaca International Airport|Larnaca]] | 1   | [[Cobalt Air]] | '''Seasonal:''' [[Larnaca International Airport|Larnaca]] | 1 [...]



Branding iron

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‎Freeze-branding ← Previous revision Revision as of 21:01, 26 March 2017 Line 41: Line 41:   |publisher=C 904, CAES Publications, College of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences, The University of Georgia   |publisher=C 904, CAES Publications, College of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences, The University of Georgia   |accessdate=June 14, 2011|quote=To improve efficiency, cattle producers should place a high priority on identifying individual cattle and maintaining accurate records.}}   |accessdate=June 14, 2011|quote=To improve efficiency, cattle producers should place a high priority on identifying individual cattle and maintaining accurate records.}}   + ice ice baby       ==Popular use==   ==Popular use== [...]



Wikipedia:WikiProject Quality Article Improvement/Precious

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‎March 2017: Jcc ← Previous revision Revision as of 21:01, 26 March 2017 Line 97: Line 97:   |- id = Lepricavark   |- id = Lepricavark   | [[User talk:Lepricavark#Precious|Lepricavark]] || baseball appreciation || 24 Mar || 6–73   | [[User talk:Lepricavark#Precious|Lepricavark]] || baseball appreciation || 24 Mar || 6–73 − |- id = Locke Cole + |- id = Locke_Cole   | [[User talk:Locke Cole#Precious|Locke Cole]] || "Patience is a virtue." || 25 Mar || 6–74   | [[User talk:Locke Cole#Precious|Locke Cole]] || "Patience is a virtue." || 25 Mar || 6–74   + |- id = Jcc   + | [[User talk:Jcc#Precious|Jcc]] || "lets hope for a civil discussion" || 26 Mar || 6–75   |- id =   |- id =   |}   |} [...]



User talk:83.136.45.21

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General note: Addition of unsourced or improperly cited material on Deadly Women. (Using Twinkle

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== March 2017 ==
[[File:Information.svg|25px|alt=Information icon]] Hello, I'm [[User:Mlpearc|Mlpearc]]. I noticed that you made a change to an article, [[:Deadly Women]], but you didn't provide a [[Wikipedia:Identifying reliable sources|reliable source]]. It's been removed and archived in the page history for now, but if you'd like to [[Wikipedia:Citing sources|include a citation]] and re-add it, please do so! If you need guidance on referencing, please see the [[Help:Referencing for beginners|referencing for beginners]] tutorial, or if you think I made a mistake, you can leave me a message on [[User_talk:Mlpearc|my talk page]]. Thank you. - [[User:Mlpearc|'''Mlpearc''']] ([[User talk:Mlpearc|'''open channel''']]) 21:01, 26 March 2017 (UTC)



Talk:2017 Westminster attack

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‎Survey: "Hassan Abdi Dhuhulow" {{subst:Unsigned|E.M.Gregory|01:12, 26 March 2017 (UTC)}} ← Previous revision Revision as of 21:01, 26 March 2017 Line 425: Line 425:   :::*Many single-act terrorists do get their own article, depends on extent of interest in them and material on them: [[Tamerlan Tsarnaev]], [[Omar Mateen]], [[Dylann Roof]], [[Guy Fawkes]]...[[User:E.M.Gregory|E.M.Gregory]] ([[User talk:E.M.Gregory|talk]]) 20:57, 23 March 2017 (UTC)   :::*Many single-act terrorists do get their own article, depends on extent of interest in them and material on them: [[Tamerlan Tsarnaev]], [[Omar Mateen]], [[Dylann Roof]], [[Guy Fawkes]]...[[User:E.M.Gregory|E.M.Gregory]] ([[User talk:E.M.Gregory|talk]]) 20:57, 23 March 2017 (UTC)   :::::Except for Mateen, who perpetrated the deadliest shooting in U.S. history, all of your examples survived their terrorist attack or plot. [[User:Blaylockjam10|Blaylockjam10]] ([[User talk:Blaylockjam10|talk]]) 21:42, 23 March 2017 (UTC)   :::::Except for Mateen, who perpetrated the deadliest shooting in U.S. history, all of your examples survived their terrorist attack or plot. [[User:Blaylockjam10|Blaylockjam10]] ([[User talk:Blaylockjam10|talk]]) 21:42, 23 March 2017 (UTC) − Hassan Abdi Dhuhulow +   + Hassan Abdi Dhuhulow — Preceding [[Wikipedia:Signatures|unsigned]] comment added by [[User:E.M.Gregory|E.M.Gregory]] ([[User talk:E.M.Gregory#top|talk]] • [[Special:Contributions/E.M.Gregory|contribs]]) 01:12, 26 March 2017 (UTC)   *'''Oppose''' pace some opinions above, this guy is anything but one of the usual suspects in this kind of crime: 1.) Police suspect that they do not yet know his birth name; 2.) he is a convert to Islam; 3.) he has a string of prior convictions (non-terrorism related); 4.) and this is an extremely high profile crime. all of these story lines will be followed up by journalists, then revisited by academics, commentators and other writers, probably producing an unwieldy volume of material. Let's leave it as 2 article for now; if it turns out not to be very long, we can revisit and merge. There's no rush.[[User:E.M.Gregory|E.M.Gregory]] ([[User talk:E.M.Gregory|talk]]) 20:52, 23 March 2017 (UTC)   *'''Oppose''' pace some opinions above, this guy is anything but one of the usual suspects in this kind of crime: 1.) Police suspect that they do not yet know his birth name; 2.) he is a convert to Islam; 3.) he has a string of prior convictions (non-terrorism related); 4.) and this is an extremely high profile crime. all of these story lines will be followed up by journalists, then revisited by academics, commentators and other writers, probably producing an unwieldy volume of material. Let's leave it as 2 article for now; if it turns out not to be very long, we can revisit and merge. There's no rush.[[User:E.M.Gregory|E.M.Gregory]] ([[User talk:E.M.Gregory|talk]]) 20:52, 23 March 2017 (UTC) [...]



Template:2016–17 Championnat de France Amateur 2 Group D Table

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updated with latest results ← Previous revision Revision as of 21:01, 26 March 2017 Line 3: Line 3:   {{#invoke:Sports table|main|style=football   {{#invoke:Sports table|main|style=football   |template_name=2016–17 Championnat de France Amateur 2 Group D Table   |template_name=2016–17 Championnat de France Amateur 2 Group D Table − |update=19 March 2017 + |update=26 March 2017   |source=[https://www.fff.fr/championnats/fff/federation-francaise-de-football/2016/329868-championnat-france-amateur-2/phase-1/poule-4/derniers-resultats FFF.fr]   |source=[https://www.fff.fr/championnats/fff/federation-francaise-de-football/2016/329868-championnat-france-amateur-2/phase-1/poule-4/derniers-resultats FFF.fr]         − |team1=SCH |team2=RCS |team3=HAG |team4=SGM |team5=PRX |team6=BIE |team7=LUN |team8=SRU |team9=NAN |team10=MET |team11=PAG |team12=STV |team13=ILL |team14=FOR + |team1=SCH |team2=RCS |team3=HAG |team4=SGM |team5=PRX |team6=NAN |team7=LUN |team8=BIE |team9=SRU |team10=MET |team11=PAG |team12=STV |team13=ILL |team14=FOR         Line 32: Line 32:         − |win_PAG=5 |draw_PAG=6 |loss_PAG=8 |gf_PAG=21 |ga_PAG=25 + |win_PAG=5 |draw_PAG=7 |loss_PAG=8 |gf_PAG=21 |ga_PAG=25 − |win_BIE=7 |draw_BIE=5 |loss_BIE=7 |gf_BIE=23 |ga_BIE=29 + |win_BIE=7 |draw_BIE=5 |loss_BIE=8 |gf_BIE=24 |ga_BIE=32 − |win_MET=5 |draw_MET=7 |loss_MET=7 |gf_MET=24 |ga_MET=25 + |win_MET=6 |draw_MET=7 |loss_MET=7 |gf_MET=27 |ga_MET=25 − |win_FOR=4 |draw_FOR=3 |loss_FOR=12 |gf_FOR=17 |ga_FOR=34 + |win_FOR=4 |draw_FOR=3 |loss_FOR=13 |gf_FOR=17 |ga_FOR=36 − |win_HAG=9 |draw_HAG=6 |loss_HAG=4 |gf_HAG=34 |ga_HAG=22 + |win_HAG=10 |draw_HAG=6 |loss_HAG=4 |gf_HAG=37 |ga_HAG=24 − |win_ILL=3 |draw_ILL=7 |loss_ILL=9 |gf_ILL=26 |ga_ILL=32 + |win_ILL=3 |draw_ILL=7 |loss_ILL=10 |gf_ILL=28 |ga_ILL=35 − |win_LUN=7 |draw_LUN=5 |loss_LUN=7 |gf_LUN=25 |ga_LUN=30 + |win_LUN=7 |draw_LUN=6 |loss_LUN=7 |gf_LUN=25 |ga_LUN=30 − |win_NAN=7 |draw_NAN=4 |loss_NAN=8 |gf_NAN=28 |ga_NAN=32 + |win_NAN=8 |draw_NAN=4 |loss_NAN=8 |gf_NAN=31 |ga_NAN=33 − |win_STV=3 |draw_STV=7 |loss_STV=9 |gf_STV=16 |ga_STV=27 + |win_STV=4 |draw_STV=7 |loss_STV=9 |gf_STV=19 |ga_STV=27 − |win_PRX=8 |draw_PRX=4 |loss_PRX=7 |gf_PRX=29 |ga_PRX=25 + |win_PRX=8 |draw_PRX=4 |loss_PRX=8 |gf_PRX=29 |ga_PRX=28 − |win_RCS=12 |dr[...]



Languages of the European Union

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← Previous revision Revision as of 21:01, 26 March 2017 Line 75: Line 75:   * [[Piedmontese language|Piedmontese]] (Italy)   * [[Piedmontese language|Piedmontese]] (Italy)   * [[Romani language|Romani]] (Austria, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Spain, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden)   * [[Romani language|Romani]] (Austria, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Spain, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden) − * [[Russian language|Russian]] (Romania) + * [[Russian language|Russian]] (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania)   * [[Rusyn language|Rusyn]] (Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, Romania)   * [[Rusyn language|Rusyn]] (Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, Romania)   * [[Sami languages|Sami]] (Finland, Sweden)   * [[Sami languages|Sami]] (Finland, Sweden) [...]



Gigolo

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add ref ← Previous revision Revision as of 21:01, 26 March 2017 Line 6: Line 6:   The term ''gigolo'' usually implies a man who adopts a [[Lifestyle (sociology)|lifestyle]] consisting of a number of such relationships serially, rather than having other means of support.Otterman, Sharon, {{cite web|url=http://thelede.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/03/09/swiss-gigolo-sentenced-to-six-years/|title=''‘Swiss Gigolo’ Sentenced to Six Years''}}, The Lede, March 9, 2009, ''News'', [[The New York Times]], February 14, 2013.Dahlkamp,Jürgen, Röbel,Sven, and Smoltczyk, Alexander, {{cite web|url=http://www.spiegel.de/international/europe/gigolo-trial-trial-to-begin-for-man-who-duped-germany-s-richest-woman-a-611715.html|title=''Gigolo Trial: Trial to Begin for Man Who Duped Germany's Richest Woman''}}, Spiegel Online International, accessed February 14, 2013.   The term ''gigolo'' usually implies a man who adopts a [[Lifestyle (sociology)|lifestyle]] consisting of a number of such relationships serially, rather than having other means of support.Otterman, Sharon, {{cite web|url=http://thelede.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/03/09/swiss-gigolo-sentenced-to-six-years/|title=''‘Swiss Gigolo’ Sentenced to Six Years''}}, The Lede, March 9, 2009, ''News'', [[The New York Times]], February 14, 2013.Dahlkamp,Jürgen, Röbel,Sven, and Smoltczyk, Alexander, {{cite web|url=http://www.spiegel.de/international/europe/gigolo-trial-trial-to-begin-for-man-who-duped-germany-s-richest-woman-a-611715.html|title=''Gigolo Trial: Trial to Begin for Man Who Duped Germany's Richest Woman''}}, Spiegel Online International, accessed February 14, 2013.     − The word ''gigolo'' may be traced to a first usage in English as a [[neologism]] during the 1920s as a [[back-formation]] from a French word, ''gigolette'', a woman hired as a dancing partner. Both ''gigolo'' and ''gigolette'' were first recorded in French in the middle part of the nineteenth century, in reference to dance club denizens in Montmartre who were paid to dance with, and sometimes have sex with, unacccompanied male visitors. In the latter part of the nineteenth century, particularly after the scandalous murder case known in Paris as the Pranzini Affair, the term ''gigolo'' took on connotations of the exotic, foreign male whose company and affections could be purchased by well-to-do French women.{{Freundschuh, Aaron. ''The Courtesan and the Gigolo: The Murders in the Rue Montaigne and the Dark Side of Empire in Nineteenth-Century Paris'' (2017, Stanford University Press), web|url=https://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/1503600823/ref=tmm_pap_used_olp_sr?ie=UTF8&condition=used&qid=&sr= + The word ''gigolo'' may be traced to a first usage in English as a [[neologism]] during the 1920s as a [[back-formation]] from a French word, ''gigolette'', a woman hired as a dancing p[...]



User:Bunsdome/sandbox

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‎History ← Previous revision Revision as of 21:01, 26 March 2017 Line 7: Line 7:       ==History==   ==History== − On September 12, 2015, a DLC named "What's in the suitcase?" was released for the game. The developers of which being Robot Gentlemen, and Beren.{{cite web | title= DLC General info | url=http://60seconds.wikia.com/wiki/DLC_General_info | accessdate=March 26, 2017}} + On September 12, 2015, a DLC named "What's in the suitcase?" was released for the game. The developers of which being Robot Gentlemen, and Beren.{{cite web | title= DLC General info | 60 Seconds! Wikia | Fandom powered by Wikia | url=http://60seconds.wikia.com/wiki/DLC_General_info | accessdate=March 26, 2017}}       ==References==   ==References== [...]



2015–16 Moldovan National Division

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‎Clean sheets ← Previous revision Revision as of 21:01, 26 March 2017 Line 759: Line 759:       ==Clean sheets==   ==Clean sheets== − + {{unreferenced section}}   {{updated|30 May 2016}}   {{updated|30 May 2016}}   {| class="wikitable" style="text-align:center"   {| class="wikitable" style="text-align:center" [...]



Flag of Kyrgyzstan

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fixed dashes using a script ← Previous revision Revision as of 21:01, 26 March 2017 Line 65: Line 65:   {{Commons category|Flags of Kyrgyzstan}}   {{Commons category|Flags of Kyrgyzstan}}   * {{FOTW|id=kg|title=Kyrgyzstan}}   * {{FOTW|id=kg|title=Kyrgyzstan}} − * [http://www.vexillographia.ru/kyrgyz/index.htm Kyrgyzstan - Vexillographia] + * [http://www.vexillographia.ru/kyrgyz/index.htm Kyrgyzstan – Vexillographia]       {{Asia topic|Flag of|title=[[Flags of Asia]]}}   {{Asia topic|Flag of|title=[[Flags of Asia]]}} [...]



Ibiza Weekender

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‎Episodes ← Previous revision Revision as of 21:01, 26 March 2017 Line 139: Line 139:   | episodes6 = 9   | episodes6 = 9   | start6 = {{Start date|2017|2|5|df=y}}   | start6 = {{Start date|2017|2|5|df=y}} − | end6 = + | end6 = {{End date|2017|4|2|df=y}}       | uk = y   | uk = y [...]



2015 UCF Knights baseball team

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← Previous revision Revision as of 21:01, 26 March 2017 Line 9: Line 9:   |ShortConference = The American   |ShortConference = The American   |CoachRank = 11   |CoachRank = 11 − |Record = 20–5 + |Record = 31–27 − |ConfRecord = 0–0 + |ConfRecord = 9–14   |HeadCoach = [[Terry Rooney (baseball coach)|Terry Rooney]]   |HeadCoach = [[Terry Rooney (baseball coach)|Terry Rooney]]   |HCYear = 7th   |HCYear = 7th [...]



Nabu

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cleanup; copyedit ← Previous revision Revision as of 21:01, 26 March 2017 Line 9: Line 9:   | alt =   | alt =   | caption = Statue of the Attendant God from the Temple of Nabu at Nimrud, Mesopotamia on display at the [[British Museum]].   | caption = Statue of the Attendant God from the Temple of Nabu at Nimrud, Mesopotamia on display at the [[British Museum]]. − | god_of = God of [[wisdom]] and [[writing]] + | god_of = God of [[Science|rational arts]], [[scribe]]s, [[wisdom]] and [[writing]]   | abode = [[Borsippa]]   | abode = [[Borsippa]]   | symbol = [[Clay]] tablet and [[stylus]]   | symbol = [[Clay]] tablet and [[stylus]] Line 21: Line 21:   {{Fertile Crescent myth (Arabian)}}   {{Fertile Crescent myth (Arabian)}}     − '''Nabu''' ({{lang-syr|ܢܒܘ}}) is the patron god of [[scribes]], [[wisdom]] and [[literature]], being worshipped by the [[Assyrian people|Assyrian]] and [[Babylon]]ian people. He was identified as the son of the great god [[Marduk]] by the Babylonians and as the son of [[Ashur (god)|Ashur]] by the Assyrians.{{cite book|last1=Bertman|first1=Stephen|title=Handbook to Life in Ancient Mesopotamia|date=2005|publisher=[[Oxford University Press]]|location=Oxford|isbn=9780195183641|page=122|edition=Paperback|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=1C4NKp4zgIQC&pg=PA122#v=onepage&q&f=false|accessdate=2016-08-08}} + '''Nabu''' ({{lang-syr|ܢܒܘ}}) is the Mesopotamian patron god of [[Science|rational arts]], [[scribe]]s, [[wisdom]] and [[writing]], being worshipped by the [[Assyrian people|Assyrian]] and [[Babylon]]ian people.       ==Etymology==   ==Etymology== Line 27: Line 27:       ==History==   ==History== − Nabu was known as Nisaba in the [[Ancient Mesopotamian religion|Sumerian pantheon]], gaining prominence among the Assyrians and Babylonians in the first millennium BC following his association with Marduk. Nabu was worshipped in Babylon's sister city [[Borsippa]], where his statue was moved to Babylon each New Year so that he could pay his respects to his father. Nabu's symbol was a stylus resting on a tablet. His wife was the [[Akkadia]]n goddess Tashmet. + Nabu was identified as the son of the great god [[Marduk]] by the Babylonians and as the son of [[Ashur (god)|Ashur]] by the Assyrians.{{cite book|last1=Bertman|first1=Stephen|title=Han[...]



Michael Roe

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‎Discography: added links ← Previous revision Revision as of 21:01, 26 March 2017 Line 42: Line 42:       '''With [[The 77s]]'''   '''With [[The 77s]]''' − * ''Ping Pong over the Abyss'' ([[Exit Records|Exit]], 1982) + * ''[[Ping Pong over the Abyss]]'' ([[Exit Records|Exit]], 1982) − * ''All Fall Down'' (Exit, 1984) + * ''[[All Fall Down (The 77s album)|All Fall Down]]'' (Exit, 1984) − * ''The 77s'' ([[Island Records|Island]], 1987) + * ''[[The 77s (album)|The 77s]]'' ([[Island Records|Island]], 1987) − * ''7&7is'' (a.k.a ''More Miserable Than You'll Ever Be'') (1989, 1990, 2014) + * ''[[7&7is]]'' (a.k.a ''More Miserable Than You'll Ever Be'') (1989, 1990, 2014) − * ''Sticks and Stones'' (Broken Records, 1990) + * ''[[Sticks and Stones (The 77s album)|Sticks and Stones]]'' ([[Broken Records|Broken]], 1990) − * ''Eighty Eight'' (Brainstorm Artists International, 1991) + * ''[[Eighty Eight]]'' (Brainstorm Artists International, 1991)   * ''The 77s'' (a.k.a. ''Pray Naked'') (Brainstorm, 1992)   * ''The 77s'' (a.k.a. ''Pray Naked'') (Brainstorm, 1992) − * ''Drowning with Land in Sight'' ([[Myrrh Records|Myrrh]], 1994) + * ''[[Drowning with Land in Sight]]'' ([[Myrrh Records|Myrrh]], 1994) − * ''Tom Tom Blues'' (Brainstorm, 1995) + * ''[[Tom Tom Blues]]'' (Brainstorm, 1995) − * ''Echoes o' Faith'' (Fools of the World, 1996) + * ''[[Echos o' Faith]]'' (Fools of the World, 1996) − * ''A Golden Field of Radioactive Crows'' (Fools of the World, 2001) + * ''[[EP (The 77s EP)|EP]]''   + * ''[[A Golden Field of Radioactive Crows]]'' (Fools of the World, 2001)   * ''Fun with Sound'' (Fools of the World, 2004)   * ''Fun with Sound'' (Fools of the World, 2004)   * ''Ninety Nine'' (Lo-Fidelity, 2007)   * ''Ninety Nine'' (Lo-Fidelity, 2007) − * ''Holy Ghost Building'' (Lo-Fidelity, 2008) + * ''[[Holy Ghost Building]]'' (Lo-Fidelity, 2008)   * ''Seeds and Stems'' (Lo-Fidelity, 2012)   * ''Seeds and Stems'' (Lo-Fidelity, 2012)   * ''Misery Loves Company'' (Lo-Fidelity, 2014)   * ''Misery Loves Company'' (Lo-Fidelity, 2014) [...]



List of programs broadcast by Centric

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← Previous revision Revision as of 21:01, 26 March 2017 Line 17: Line 17:   *''[[Family Matters]]''   *''[[Family Matters]]''   *''Flick Centric''   *''Flick Centric'' − *''[[In the House (TV series)|In the House]]''     *''Lifted''   *''Lifted''   *''Morning Cup'' (2014–present)   *''Morning Cup'' (2014–present) Line 81: Line 80:   * ''[[I Want to Work for Diddy]]''   * ''[[I Want to Work for Diddy]]''   * ''[[In Living Color]]''   * ''[[In Living Color]]''   + *''[[In the House (TV series)|In the House]]''   *''[[Instant Mom]]''   *''[[Instant Mom]]''   * ''[[It's a Mann's World]]''   * ''[[It's a Mann's World]]'' [...]



Sa’ad bin ‘Atef al Awlaki

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G5. Created after master was blocked. No significant edits by anyone else.

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Little Witch Academia

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‎Episode list ← Previous revision Revision as of 21:01, 26 March 2017 Line 253: Line 253:   |KanjiTitle =   |KanjiTitle =   |RomajiTitle =   |RomajiTitle = − |OriginalAirDate = April 02, 2017 http://s.mxtv.jp/anime/little_witch_academia/episode.php?ep_id=7021_14 + |OriginalAirDate = April 2, 2017 http://s.mxtv.jp/anime/little_witch_academia/episode.php?ep_id=7021_14       |ShortSummary =   |ShortSummary = [...]



Mike Royko

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typo ← Previous revision Revision as of 21:01, 26 March 2017 Line 27: Line 27:   }}   }}     − '''Michael "Mike" Royko''' (September 19, 1932 – April 29, 1997) was a [[Chicago]] newspaper [[columnist]], winner of the 1972 [[Pulitzer Prize for commentary]]. Over his 30-year career, he wrote over 7,500 daily columns for three newspapers, the ''[[Chicago Daily News]]'', the ''[[Chicago Sun-Times]]'', and the ''[[Chicago Tribune]]''. Originally a humorist focused on life in Chicago, he authored a scathing negative biography of Chicago Mayor [[Richard J. Daley]] in 1971. He was an outspoken liberal until the 1990s when he moved politically o the right. + '''Michael "Mike" Royko''' (September 19, 1932 – April 29, 1997) was a [[Chicago]] newspaper [[columnist]], winner of the 1972 [[Pulitzer Prize for commentary]]. Over his 30-year career, he wrote over 7,500 daily columns for three newspapers, the ''[[Chicago Daily News]]'', the ''[[Chicago Sun-Times]]'', and the ''[[Chicago Tribune]]''. Originally a humorist focused on life in Chicago, he authored a scathing negative biography of Chicago Mayor [[Richard J. Daley]] in 1971. He was an outspoken liberal until the 1990s when he moved politically to the right.       == Young reporter ==   == Young reporter == [...]