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Supernatural (season 2)

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‎Episodes: wikilink ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:34, 18 August 2017 Line 309: Line 309:   |Title = [[All Hell Breaks Loose (Supernatural)|All Hell Breaks Loose (Part 2)]]   |Title = [[All Hell Breaks Loose (Supernatural)|All Hell Breaks Loose (Part 2)]]   |DirectedBy = Kim Manners   |DirectedBy = Kim Manners − |WrittenBy = ''Story by:'' Eric Kripke & Michael T. Moore
''Teleplay by:'' Eric Kripke + |WrittenBy = ''Story by:'' Eric Kripke & [[Michael Moore|Michael T. Moore]]
''Teleplay by:'' Eric Kripke   |OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|2007|5|17}}   |OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|2007|5|17}}   |ProdCode = 3T5522   |ProdCode = 3T5522 [...]



Cccp-1

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Douglas Luiz

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Adding number.

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| position = [[Midfielder#Central midfielder|Midfielder]]
 
| currentclub = [[Girona FC|Girona]]
(on loan from [[Manchester City F.C.|Manchester City]])
 
| currentclub = [[Girona FC|Girona]]
(on loan from [[Manchester City F.C.|Manchester City]])
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| youthyears1 = 2013–2016
 
| youthyears1 = 2013–2016
 
| youthclubs1 = [[CR Vasco da Gama|Vasco da Gama]]
 
| youthclubs1 = [[CR Vasco da Gama|Vasco da Gama]]



Hellzapoppin (musical)

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a naked Olsen and Johnson isn't really enough there. You could eliminate it entirely, or prefix it with what it is. ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:34, 18 August 2017 Line 13: Line 13:   }}   }}     − '''''Hellzapoppin''''' is a musical [[revue]] written by [[Olsen and Johnson]], consisting of [[Ole Olsen (comedian)|John "Ole" Olsen]] and [[Chic Johnson|Harold "Chic" Johnson]], with music and lyrics by [[Sammy Fain]] and [[Charles Tobias]]. The revue was a hit, running for over three years, and was at the time the longest-running Broadway musical, with 1,404 performances,Kenrick, John. [http://www.musicals101.com/1930bway3.htm Hellzapoppin - History of The Musical Stage 1930s: Part III - Revues] musicals101.com, accessed August 6, 2009 making it one of only three plays to run more than 500 performances in the 1930s. + '''''Hellzapoppin''''' is a musical [[revue]] written by the comedy team of [[Olsen and Johnson]], consisting of [[Ole Olsen (comedian)|John "Ole" Olsen]] and [[Chic Johnson|Harold "Chic" Johnson]], with music and lyrics by [[Sammy Fain]] and [[Charles Tobias]]. The revue was a hit, running for over three years, and was at the time the longest-running Broadway musical, with 1,404 performances,Kenrick, John. [http://www.musicals101.com/1930bway3.htm Hellzapoppin - History of The Musical Stage 1930s: Part III - Revues] musicals101.com, accessed August 6, 2009 making it one of only three plays to run more than 500 performances in the 1930s.       ==Production==   ==Production== [...]



Julia Sweeney

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‎Career: Added missing information ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:34, 18 August 2017 Line 31: Line 31:       In 1992, she also worked with the rock band [[Ugly Kid Joe]], performing in the music video for their hit "Neighbor" and contributing introductory audio to two tracks, "Goddamn Devil" and "[[Everything About You (Ugly Kid Joe song)|Everything About You]]". The latter was on the soundtrack to the [[Lorne Michaels]] movie ''[[Wayne's World]]''.   In 1992, she also worked with the rock band [[Ugly Kid Joe]], performing in the music video for their hit "Neighbor" and contributing introductory audio to two tracks, "Goddamn Devil" and "[[Everything About You (Ugly Kid Joe song)|Everything About You]]". The latter was on the soundtrack to the [[Lorne Michaels]] movie ''[[Wayne's World]]''.   +   + She had a small role as the Alamo tour guide in Pee Wee's Big Adventure.       In 1994, she had a small role as "Raquel" in the movie ''[[Pulp Fiction (film)|Pulp Fiction]]''.   In 1994, she had a small role as "Raquel" in the movie ''[[Pulp Fiction (film)|Pulp Fiction]]''. [...]



William Sloane Coffin

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‎External links: Add speech 'Who Is the Enemy' delivered by Coffin in 1983 in Kansas City. ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:34, 18 August 2017 Line 155: Line 155:   *[http://www.faithfulsecurity.org/ Faithful Security]   *[http://www.faithfulsecurity.org/ Faithful Security]   * [http://www.williamsloanecoffin.org www.williamsloanecoffin.org] This is the complete digital collection of William Sloane Coffin's sermons preached from the pulpit of New York City's Riverside Church 1977-1987.   * [http://www.williamsloanecoffin.org www.williamsloanecoffin.org] This is the complete digital collection of William Sloane Coffin's sermons preached from the pulpit of New York City's Riverside Church 1977-1987.   + * Speech [http://twinkie.homedns.org/twinkie/growth/enemy.html Who Is the Enemy?] delivered April 8th, 1983 at a symposium in Kansas City.       ===Memorials===   ===Memorials=== [...]



Talk:Await

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Object to lack of explanation; concur with someone with the same issue.

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The article doesn't describe the flow of control executed by an await command. It only describes what it doesn't do, then goes right into implementation details. I've read the article twice and still have no idea what "await" does. — Preceding [[Wikipedia:Signatures|unsigned]] comment added by [[Special:Contributions/2602:304:B390:1700:B159:7D37:18B8:9E75|2602:304:B390:1700:B159:7D37:18B8:9E75]] ([[User talk:2602:304:B390:1700:B159:7D37:18B8:9E75#top|talk]]) 15:53, 21 March 2017 (UTC)
 
The article doesn't describe the flow of control executed by an await command. It only describes what it doesn't do, then goes right into implementation details. I've read the article twice and still have no idea what "await" does. — Preceding [[Wikipedia:Signatures|unsigned]] comment added by [[Special:Contributions/2602:304:B390:1700:B159:7D37:18B8:9E75|2602:304:B390:1700:B159:7D37:18B8:9E75]] ([[User talk:2602:304:B390:1700:B159:7D37:18B8:9E75#top|talk]]) 15:53, 21 March 2017 (UTC)
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+1. I saw the same problem; the article gives examples and implementation, but not an explanation of what the feature actually does; what all the examples have in common.



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Bekim Berisha

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← Previous revision Revision as of 16:34, 18 August 2017 Line 52: Line 52:       ==Early years==   ==Early years== − Berisha was born and raised in Grabovc (near [[Peć|Peja]], [[Autonomous Province of Kosovo and Metohija (1946–1974)]], [[Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia|SFR Yugoslavia]]) as the youngest of six children of Fazli and Fahrije Berisha. + Berisha was born and raised in Grabovc (near [[Peć|Peja]], [[Autonomous Province of Kosovo and Metohija (1963–1968)]], [[Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia|SFR Yugoslavia]]) as the youngest of six children of Fazli and Fahrije Berisha.       His grandfather Nexhip Selmani fought against Yugoslav authorities in Kosovo for decades. After attending secondary school in Peja, he decided to go to [[Socialist Republic of Croatia|SR Croatia]] due to not being able to continue school in Kosovo. During his first period in Croatia, Bekim maintained mostly physical jobs to earn a living and send money back to the family in Kosovo. After a while, he also registered as a student in the [[Zagreb University]] studying as a veterinary. He finished his studies with success, also maintaining one of his favorite hobbies, military art and martial art. After a few years in Croatia, Bekim moved to the [[Netherlands]] where he got engaged and settled.   His grandfather Nexhip Selmani fought against Yugoslav authorities in Kosovo for decades. After attending secondary school in Peja, he decided to go to [[Socialist Republic of Croatia|SR Croatia]] due to not being able to continue school in Kosovo. During his first period in Croatia, Bekim maintained mostly physical jobs to earn a living and send money back to the family in Kosovo. After a while, he also registered as a student in the [[Zagreb University]] studying as a veterinary. He finished his studies with success, also maintaining one of his favorite hobbies, military art and martial art. After a few years in Croatia, Bekim moved to the [[Netherlands]] where he got engaged and settled. [...]



Rebecca Blumhagen

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ce ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:34, 18 August 2017 Line 1: Line 1: − Rebecca Blumhagen is an actor and filmmaker based out of New York and in The United States of America.{{Cite web|url=http://www.imdb.com/name/nm4030559/bio|title=Rebecca Blumhagen|website=IMDb|access-date=2017-08-18}} She is known for her role as Sam/Samantha in HBO/Cinemax breakout series ''[[The Girl's Guide to Depravity]]''.{{cite web|url=http://www.tvequals.com/2012/02/24/girls-guide-to-depravity-rebecca-blumhagen/|title=Exclusive Interview: Cinemax's New Series 'Girl's Guide To Depravity'|work=TV Equals|date=February 24, 2012|accessdate=August 18, 2017}} Her other prominent roles include portraying Claire in the movie 'Other Plans'{{cite journal|url=https://www.broadwayworld.com/bwwmusic/article/Claire-Films-Debuts-Trailer-for-Romantic-Comedy-OTHER-PLANS-20150520|title=Claire Films Debuts Trailer for Romantic Comedy OTHER PLANS|work=Broadway World|accessdate=18 August 2017}} and Harding in the film 'Extinction: Patient Zero' amongst many others. As an actor, she is adept not only on screen but also on stage.{{Cite web|url=http://www.rebeccablumhagen.com/bio-1/|title=BIO|website=REBECCA BLUMHAGEN|language=en-US|access-date=2017-08-18}} + Rebecca Blumhagen is an American actor and filmmaker based in of New York.{{Cite web|url=http://www.imdb.com/name/nm4030559/bio|title=Rebecca Blumhagen|website=IMDb|access-date=2017-08-18}} She is known for her role as Sam/Samantha in HBO/Cinemax breakout series ''[[The Girl's Guide to Depravity]]''.{{cite web|url=http://www.tvequals.com/2012/02/24/girls-guide-to-depravity-rebecca-blumhagen/|title=Exclusive Interview: Cinemax's New Series 'Girl's Guide To Depravity'|work=TV Equals|date=February 24, 2012|accessdate=August 18, 2017}} Her other prominent roles include portraying Claire in the movie 'Other Plans'{{cite journal|url=https://www.broadwayworld.com/bwwmusic/article/Claire-Films-Debuts-Trailer-for-Romantic-Comedy-OTHER-PLANS-20150520|title=Claire Films Debuts Trailer for Romantic Comedy OTHER PLANS|work=Broadway World|accessdate=18 August 2017}} and Harding in the film 'Extinction: Patient Zero' amongst many others. As an actor, she is adept not only on screen but also on stage.{{Cite web|url=http://www.rebeccablumhagen.com/bio-1/|title=BIO|website=REBECCA BLUMHAGEN|language=en-US|access-date=2017-08-18}}       As a filmmaker she has directed & produced over 300 videos for brands and websites such as Apartment Therapy, where she started the video department in 2011.{{Cite web|url=http://www.imdb.com/name/nm4030559/bio|title=Rebecca Blumhagen|website=IMDb|access-date=2017-08-18}}   As a filmmaker she has directed & produced over 300 videos for brands and websites such as Apartment Therapy, where she started the video department in 2011.{{Cite web|url=http://www.imdb.com/name/nm4030559/bio|title=Rebecca Blumhagen|website=IMDb|access-date=2017-08-18}} [...]



The Bonfire of the Vanities

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‎Title ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:34, 18 August 2017 Line 26: Line 26:       ==Title==   ==Title== − The title is a reference to the historical [[Bonfire of the Vanities]], which happened in 1497 in [[Florence, Italy]], when the city was under the rule of the [[Dominican Order|Dominican]] priest [[Girolamo Savonarola]]. + The title is a reference to the historical [[Bonfire of the Vanities]], which happened in 1497 in [[Florence, Italy]], when the city was under the rule of the [[Dominican Order|Dominican]] priest [[Girolamo Savonarola]], who ordered the burning of objects that church authorities considered sinful, such as cosmetics, mirrors, books and art.       == Historical background ==   == Historical background == [...]



Seboomook Lake and Saint John Railroad

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add internal links ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:34, 18 August 2017 Line 19: Line 19:   [[Spruce]] forests of the [[Maine]] North Woods were a source of pulpwood through the 20th century. Trees were [[Log bucking|bucked]] into {{convert|4|ft|m|2|adj=on|abbr=none|sp=us}} lengths and loaded onto [[sled]]s towed by [[draft animal]]s or [[Lombard Steam Log Hauler|log haulers]] to the nearest [[river]] or [[lake]]. [[Log driving|Log drives]] would float the pulpwood logs to a downstream [[paper mill]] when the snow and ice melted.{{cite web|url=http://www.damnyankee.com/Writing/Writing/Take_or_Leave/download_articles_files/Northern_McLeod.PDF|title=The Northern: The Way I Remember|publisher=John E. Mcleod|accessdate=2012-12-19}} Pulpwood growing in the upper [[Saint John River (Bay of Fundy)|Saint John River]] drainage was destined for [[Great Northern Paper Company]]'s [[Millinocket, Maine|Millinocket]] mill on the [[West Branch Penobscot River]]. The problem was getting the pulpwood out of the north-flowing Saint John River into the east-flowing Penobscot River.   [[Spruce]] forests of the [[Maine]] North Woods were a source of pulpwood through the 20th century. Trees were [[Log bucking|bucked]] into {{convert|4|ft|m|2|adj=on|abbr=none|sp=us}} lengths and loaded onto [[sled]]s towed by [[draft animal]]s or [[Lombard Steam Log Hauler|log haulers]] to the nearest [[river]] or [[lake]]. [[Log driving|Log drives]] would float the pulpwood logs to a downstream [[paper mill]] when the snow and ice melted.{{cite web|url=http://www.damnyankee.com/Writing/Writing/Take_or_Leave/download_articles_files/Northern_McLeod.PDF|title=The Northern: The Way I Remember|publisher=John E. Mcleod|accessdate=2012-12-19}} Pulpwood growing in the upper [[Saint John River (Bay of Fundy)|Saint John River]] drainage was destined for [[Great Northern Paper Company]]'s [[Millinocket, Maine|Millinocket]] mill on the [[West Branch Penobscot River]]. The problem was getting the pulpwood out of the north-flowing Saint John River into the east-flowing Penobscot River.     − An {{convert|18|mi|km}} rail route from Fifth Saint John Pond to the Penobscot River at Seboomook Lake was surveyed in 1910 after Great Northern Paper Company acquired forest lands along the [[Baker Branch Saint John River]]. Construction delayed by [[World War I]] began in the summer of 1919. {{convert|10|mi|km|spell=In}} of right of way were cleared that year and 60,000 logs were cut for [[railroad tie]]s and [[telephone pole]]s. Bridges were built in 1920 and two wharves were completed on Seboomook Lake for steamboats bringing supplies to the railroad. The first was at the railroad's South Terminal and the other was at the northern end of the ancient [[Portage|northwest carry]] from [[Moosehead Lake]]. A sawmill was built at South terminal that winter; and an [[Motive power depot|engine house]], offices, cook shacks, and living quarters for a 300-man construction crew were erected in the spring of 1921. The old {{RailGauge|2ft|lk=on}} gauge Carry Pond and Carry Brook Railroad over northwest carry was [[Track gauge conversion|rebuilt]] in {{RailGauge|4ft8.5in|allk=on}} to transfer railway equipment from Coburn Steamboat Company [[barge]]s on Moosehead Lake to the Seboomook Lake barge ''Pittston'' launched on June 7, 1921. Barges initially delivered a [[narrow gauge]] [[work train]] of [[flatcar]]s and [[Gondola (rail)#Track ballast gondolas|dump cars]]. It was followed by a [[steam shovel]], teams of horses, and a standard gauge [[Climax locomotive]] with fifteen [[railroad car]]s to carry {{convert|8|to|10|cord|m3|lk=on|s[...]



Della Rovere

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The correct spelling is "Lante della Rovere", and not "Lanti Della Rovere" as previously reported. ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:34, 18 August 2017 Line 34: Line 34:   [[Vittoria della Rovere|Vittoria]], last descendant of the della Rovere family (she was the only child of Federico Ubaldo), married [[Ferdinando II de' Medici]], Grand Duke of Tuscany. They had two children: [[Cosimo III de' Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany|Cosimo III]], Tuscany's longest reigning monarch, and [[Francesco Maria de' Medici]], a [[prince of the Church]].   [[Vittoria della Rovere|Vittoria]], last descendant of the della Rovere family (she was the only child of Federico Ubaldo), married [[Ferdinando II de' Medici]], Grand Duke of Tuscany. They had two children: [[Cosimo III de' Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany|Cosimo III]], Tuscany's longest reigning monarch, and [[Francesco Maria de' Medici]], a [[prince of the Church]].     − Currently, only a cadet branch of the Lanti Della Rovere is survived, continuing the family traditions. + Currently, only a cadet branch of the Lante della Rovere is survived, continuing the family traditions.       ==Rovere Dukes of Urbino (1508)==   ==Rovere Dukes of Urbino (1508)== [...]



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Aran Islands

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Added information and citations ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:34, 18 August 2017 Line 168: Line 168:       Some of the limestone sea cliffs have attracted interest from [[climbing|rock-climbers]].{{citation needed|date=April 2015}}   Some of the limestone sea cliffs have attracted interest from [[climbing|rock-climbers]].{{citation needed|date=April 2015}}   +   + [[GAA]] sports such as [[Gaelic football|Gaelic Football]] and hurling are the islands' main sports.       == In popular culture ==   == In popular culture == [...]



User:TheStrayDog

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← Previous revision Revision as of 16:34, 18 August 2017 Line 166: Line 166:   I'm TheStrayDog (The Stray Dog) ({{lang-fa|سگ ولگرد}}, [[Romanization_of_Persian|transit]]. ''Sage Velgard''). I'm an [[Iranian peoples|Iranian]] wikipedian of [[Persian people|Persian]], [[Kurdish people |Kurdish]], [[Iranian Assyrians|Assyrian]] and [[Persian Jews|Jewish]] descent. My paternal great grandfather was a [[Persian Jew]] who migrated from Iranian city of [[Urmia]], in [[West Azerbaijan Province]] to Northern Iran, [[Mazandaran province]] , founded a village and became a [[Self-made man|self-made ]] [[feudal]] [[landlord]] in there. Because of [[Muslim anti-Semitism]] hatred, he hid his religion and remained as a [[Crypto jew]] until his death. I grew up in [[Northern Iran]]. My [[mother-tongue]] is Persian, but I'm a trilingual person. My [[first name]] is "[[Rayan (Persian given name)|Rayan]]" ({{lang-fa|رایان}}) which means "Wise" in the Persian language, the pronunciation is roughly like [[Ryan (given name)|Ryan]]. I am/was an active or a semi-active Wikimedian in plenty of projects, such as English, Persian and Mazanderani Wikipedias, Wikicommons, Persian Wikibooks and Meta-wiki. I was brought up in a [[Liberalism in Iran|Liberal]] family, and finally I became an [[Atheist]] person. The choosing purpose of my wiki-[[username]] is [[The Stray Dog (short story collection)|The Stray Dog]], a [[short story collection]] written by famous Iranian writer [[Sadeq Hedayat]]. You may read "The Stray Dog" [http://www.angelfire.com/rnb/bashiri/Stories/straydog.html here].   I'm TheStrayDog (The Stray Dog) ({{lang-fa|سگ ولگرد}}, [[Romanization_of_Persian|transit]]. ''Sage Velgard''). I'm an [[Iranian peoples|Iranian]] wikipedian of [[Persian people|Persian]], [[Kurdish people |Kurdish]], [[Iranian Assyrians|Assyrian]] and [[Persian Jews|Jewish]] descent. My paternal great grandfather was a [[Persian Jew]] who migrated from Iranian city of [[Urmia]], in [[West Azerbaijan Province]] to Northern Iran, [[Mazandaran province]] , founded a village and became a [[Self-made man|self-made ]] [[feudal]] [[landlord]] in there. Because of [[Muslim anti-Semitism]] hatred, he hid his religion and remained as a [[Crypto jew]] until his death. I grew up in [[Northern Iran]]. My [[mother-tongue]] is Persian, but I'm a trilingual person. My [[first name]] is "[[Rayan (Persian given name)|Rayan]]" ({{lang-fa|رایان}}) which means "Wise" in the Persian language, the pronunciation is roughly like [[Ryan (given name)|Ryan]]. I am/was an active or a semi-active Wikimedian in plenty of projects, such as English, Persian and Mazanderani Wikipedias, Wikicommons, Persian Wikibooks and Meta-wiki. I was brought up in a [[Liberalism in Iran|Liberal]] family, and finally I became an [[Atheist]] person. The choosing purpose of my wiki-[[username]] is [[The Stray Dog (short story collection)|The Stray Dog]], a [[short story collection]] written by famous Iranian writer [[Sadeq Hedayat]]. You may read "The Stray Dog" [http://www.angelfire.com/rnb/bashiri/Stories/straydog.html here].     − I was diagnosed with [[Bipolar disorder]] at the age of 17 when I was only a teenager at high school. Although it influenced my life a lot, but I could control my situation and I soon learned how to handle it. I can't disregard what BP influenced on my edits in Wikipedia, especially Persian Wikipedia at the first weeks of my career. But now, I can confidently say that the disease is not out of my control. Meanwhile, If you have issues with my [...]



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DreamWorks Classics

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‎Classic Media (2000–2012) ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:34, 18 August 2017 Line 26: Line 26:   ===Classic Media (2000–2012)===   ===Classic Media (2000–2012)===   [[File:Classic Media logo.svg|150px|thumb|Classic Media logo]]   [[File:Classic Media logo.svg|150px|thumb|Classic Media logo]] − Classic Media was founded by Eric Ellenbogen and John Engelman in 2000 and acquired the [[UPA (animation studio)|UPA]] catalog from [[Henry Saperstein]]'s estate. [[Frank Biondi]], the former head of [[Universal Studios]], and movie producer [[Steve Tisch]] invested in the company.{{cite web|url=http://www.icv2.com/articles/news/217.html |title=Harvey Sells Out |publisher=ICv2 |date=March 11, 2001 |accessdate=February 14, 2014}} Classic Media then bought the [[Harvey Comics|Harvey Entertainment]] catalog on March 11, 2001.{{cite web|url=http://www.awn.com/news/harvey-sells-all-its-classic-characters |title=Harvey Sells All Of Its Classic Characters | Animation World Network |publisher=Awn.com |date=2001-03-09 |accessdate=2014-06-27}} On August 16, 2001, Classic Media and [[Random House]] won a joint bid for the assets of [[Western Publishing|Golden Books]], with Classic Media acquiring Golden Book's entertainment division (including the [[Dell Comics]] and [[Gold Key Comics|Gold Key]] libraries{{cite web|last1=DeMott|first1=Rick|title=Classic Media Gets Monetary Backing|url=http://www.awn.com/news/classic-media-gets-major-monetary-backing|website=Animation World Network|publisher=Awn.com|accessdate=24 October 2014}}) and the production, licensing and merchandising rights for the Golden Books characters, while Random House acquired Golden Books's book publishing properties.{{cite web|last=DeMott |first=Rick |url=http://www.awn.com/news/business/random-house-classic-media-buy-bankrupt-golden-books |title=Random House, Classic Media Buy Bankrupt Golden Books |publisher=Animation World Network |date=August 24, 2001 |accessdate=September 29, 2013}}{{cite web|url=http://edition.cnn.com/2001/BUSINESS/08/16/goldenbooks.re/ |title=CNN.com - Golden Books sold for poky little $84M |publisher=Edition.cnn.com |date=2001-08-16 |accessdate=2014-08-08}} On October 31, 2003, Classic Media purchased the assets of the bankrupt [[Big Idea Entertainment]].{{cite web|url=http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2003-10-31/business/0310310396_1_classic-media-llc-veggietales-series-morning-fun |title=`VeggieTales' goes for $19.3 million - Chicago Tribune |publisher=Articles.chicagotribune.com |date=2003-10-31 |accessdate=2014-06-27}} By 2007, Classic had formed Bullwinkle Studios, a joint venture with [[Jay Ward Productions]], to manage the Jay Ward characters. + Classic Media was founded by Eric Ellenbogen and John Engelman in 2000 and acquired the [[UPA (animation studio)|UPA]] catalog from [[Henry Saperstein]]'s estate. [[Frank Biondi]], the former head of [[Universal Pictures|Universal Studios]], and movie producer [[Steve Tisch]] invested in the company.{{cite web|url=http://www.icv2.com/articles/news/217.html |title=Harvey Sells Out |publisher=ICv2 |date=March 11, 2[...]



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2017 in British television

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‎Deaths: Sir Bruce ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:34, 18 August 2017 Line 2,812: Line 2,812:   |align=center|85   |align=center|85   |Writer and television producer (''[[Doctor Who]]'', ''[[Fraggle Rock]]'', ''[[The Adventures of Black Beauty]]'')   |Writer and television producer (''[[Doctor Who]]'', ''[[Fraggle Rock]]'', ''[[The Adventures of Black Beauty]]'')   + |-   + |18 August   + |[[Bruce Forsuty|Sir Bruce Forsyth]]   + |align=center|89   + |Entertainer and presenter (''[[The Generation Game]]'', ''[[Play Your Cards Right]]'', ''[[Strictly Come Dancing]]'')   |}   |}     [...]



Content Security Policy

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‎Status ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:34, 18 August 2017 Line 27: Line 27:       === Bypasses ===   === Bypasses === − In December 2015{{cite web|url=http://blog.innerht.ml/csp-2015/|title=CSP 2015|publisher=XSS Jigsaw|accessdate=December 12, 2015}} and December 2016{{Cite web|url=http://sebastian-lekies.de/csp/bypasses.php|title=Collection of CSP bypasses|last=Lekies|first=Sebastian|date=|website=|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|access-date=2017-06-05}}, a few methods of bypassing 'nonce' whitelisting origins was published. In January 2016{{cite web|url=http://www.slideshare.net/x00mario/an-abusive-relationship-with-angularjs|title=An Abusive Relationship with AngularJS|accessdate=January 5, 2016}}, another method was published, which leverages server-wide CSP whitelisting to exploit old and vulnerable versions of JavaScript libraries hosted at the same server (frequent case with CDN servers). In May 2017{{Citation|last=OWASP|title=AppSec EU 2017 Don't Trust The DOM: Bypassing XSS Mitigations Via Script Gadgets by Sebastian Lekies|date=2017-05-25|url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p07acPBi-qw|accessdate=2017-06-05}} one more method was published to bypass CSP using web application frameworks code. + In December 2015{{cite web|url=http://blog.innerht.ml/csp-2015/|title=CSP 2015|publisher=XSS Jigsaw|accessdate=December 12, 2015}} and December 2016{{Cite web|url=http://sebastian-lekies.de/csp/bypasses.php|title=Collection of CSP bypasses|last=Lekies|first=Sebastian|date=|website=|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|access-date=2017-06-05}}, a few methods of bypassing 'nonce' whitelisting origins was published. In January 2016{{cite web|url=http://www.slideshare.net/x00mario/an-abusive-relationship-with-angularjs|title=An Abusive Relationship with AngularJS|accessdate=January 5, 2016}}, another method was published, which leverages server-wide CSP whitelisting to exploit old and vulnerable versions of JavaScript libraries hosted at the same server (frequent case with CDN servers). In May 2017{{Citation|last=OWASP|title=AppSec EU 2017 Don't Trust The DOM: Bypassing XSS Mitigations Via Script Gadgets by Sebastian Lekies|date=2017-05-25|url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p07acPBi-qw|accessdate=2017-06-05}} one more method was published to bypass CSP using web application frameworks code.this is done       ==Mode of operation==   ==Mode of operation== [...]



Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Women in Red

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‎Strange series of articles on women artists: tweak ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:34, 18 August 2017 Line 609: Line 609:       ==Strange series of articles on women artists==   ==Strange series of articles on women artists== − I have been looking quite carefully at a [https://tools.wmflabs.org/xtools/pages/index.php?user=Salea248&project=en.wikipedia.org&namespace=0&redirects=none series of articles] created by {{u|Salea248}} over the past couple of months. The problem for me is that they have all been based on a rather weak source, namely [http://www.andreageyer.info/revolttheysaid/a.html Revolt, they said] compiled by [[Andrea Geyer]]. While many of the artists mentioned may be notable (some are indeed covered in other language versions of Wikipedia), the mere fact that they are mentioned in this source (said to be Creative Commons 3.0), appears to me to be violating the need for reliable sourcing. I have worked on a few of them but the more I see, the less convinced I am that many of the women covered are truly notable. At the very least, most of them need far better sourcing. Any opinions on this?--[[User:Ipigott|Ipigott]] ([[User talk:Ipigott|talk]]) 16:32, 18 August 2017 (UTC) + I have been looking quite carefully at a [https://tools.wmflabs.org/xtools/pages/index.php?user=Salea248&project=en.wikipedia.org&namespace=0&redirects=none series of articles] created by {{u|Salea248}} over the past couple of months. The problem for me is that they have all been based on a rather weak source, namely [http://www.andreageyer.info/revolttheysaid/a.html Revolt, they said] compiled by [[Andrea Geyer]]. While many of the feminists, writers and artists mentioned may be notable (some are indeed covered in other language versions of Wikipedia), the mere fact that they are mentioned in this source (said to be Creative Commons 3.0), appears to me to be violating the need for reliable sourcing. I have worked on a few of them but the more I see, the less convinced I am that many of the women covered are truly notable. At the very least, most of them need far better sourcing. Any opinions on this?--[[User:Ipigott|Ipigott]] ([[User talk:Ipigott|talk]]) 16:32, 18 August 2017 (UTC) [...]



Marcelo Campo

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Talk:J. B. Lockhart

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User:Chimatronx/sandbox/ChimaTronX Productions

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← Previous revision Revision as of 16:34, 18 August 2017 Line 14: Line 14:   | owner = Chima Amanambu   | owner = Chima Amanambu   | parent = [[User:Chimatronx/sandbox/TheBestEver546|TheBestEver546]] (2013-2017)
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[[User:Chimatronx/sandbox/ChimaTronX Communications|ChimaTronX Communications]] (April 2017-Present) − | divisions = ChimaTronX Photography
ChimaTronX Independent Pictures + | divisions = ChimaTronX Photography   | website = {{URL|http://chimatronx.wixsite.com/ctxproductions}}   | website = {{URL|http://chimatronx.wixsite.com/ctxproductions}}   }}'''ChimaTronX Productions, LLC''' (Simply known as '''ChimaTronX''') is an [[United States|American]] [[Film industry|film]] and [[Television program#Production|television]] production company that was formed one month after the interception of [[User:Chimatronx/sandbox/TheBestEver546|TheBestEver546]] (Now [[User:Chimatronx/sandbox/ChimaTronX Communications|ChimaTronX Communications]]).   }}'''ChimaTronX Productions, LLC''' (Simply known as '''ChimaTronX''') is an [[United States|American]] [[Film industry|film]] and [[Television program#Production|television]] production company that was formed one month after the interception of [[User:Chimatronx/sandbox/TheBestEver546|TheBestEver546]] (Now [[User:Chimatronx/sandbox/ChimaTronX Communications|ChimaTronX Communications]]). [...]



2017 in British music charts

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‎Number one artists ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:34, 18 August 2017 Line 16: Line 16:       ==Number one artists==   ==Number one artists== − In the singles chart, [[Clean Bandit]] returned to the top of the charts, having reached number 1 in 2016 with "[[Rockabye (song)|Rockabye]]". [[Harry Styles]], [[DJ Khaled]], [[Luis Fonsi]] and [[Daddy Yankee]] have all claimed their first number 1 single as a ''lead'' artist. + In the singles chart, [[Clean Bandit]] returned to the top of the charts, having reached number 1 in 2016 with "[[Rockabye (song)|Rockabye]]". [[Harry Styles]], [[DJ Khaled]], [[Luis Fonsi]], [[Daddy Yankee]] and [[Dua Lipa]] have all claimed their first number 1 single as a ''lead'' artist.       In the albums chart, [[Little Mix]] returned to the top of the charts, having reached number 1 in 2016 with ''[[Glory Days (Little Mix album)|Glory Days]]''. [[Pete Tong]], [[Rag'n'Bone Man]], [[Stormzy]], Harry Styles, [[London Grammar]] and [[The Vamps (British band)|The Vamps]] have all claimed their first number 1 album.   In the albums chart, [[Little Mix]] returned to the top of the charts, having reached number 1 in 2016 with ''[[Glory Days (Little Mix album)|Glory Days]]''. [[Pete Tong]], [[Rag'n'Bone Man]], [[Stormzy]], Harry Styles, [[London Grammar]] and [[The Vamps (British band)|The Vamps]] have all claimed their first number 1 album. [...]



Wikipedia:WikiProject Boxing/MOSGuidelines

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‎Usage ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:34, 18 August 2017 Line 830: Line 830:   ***Another mistake BoxRec sometimes makes is to refer to [[Bally's Park Place]] as the Atlantic City Convention Center. If in doubt, video footage may be needed to confirm such discrepancies.   ***Another mistake BoxRec sometimes makes is to refer to [[Bally's Park Place]] as the Atlantic City Convention Center. If in doubt, video footage may be needed to confirm such discrepancies.   *Many venues in Las Vegas are not actually in the [[city of Las Vegas]] proper, but rather within unincorporated towns in Nevada state. Therefore, check to see if a venue is in [[Paradise, Nevada]]; [[Winchester, Nevada]]; [[North Las Vegas, Nevada]]; [[Henderson, Nevada]]; or indeed Las Vegas itself. The broader [[Las Vegas Valley]] should not be used, as that is a metropolitan area.   *Many venues in Las Vegas are not actually in the [[city of Las Vegas]] proper, but rather within unincorporated towns in Nevada state. Therefore, check to see if a venue is in [[Paradise, Nevada]]; [[Winchester, Nevada]]; [[North Las Vegas, Nevada]]; [[Henderson, Nevada]]; or indeed Las Vegas itself. The broader [[Las Vegas Valley]] should not be used, as that is a metropolitan area. − *Do not include neighbourhoods, boroughs, or suburbs of a city (sometimes acceptable). Wherever possible, also avoid districts, regions, counties, departments, or metropolitan areas: + *Do not include neighbourhoods, boroughs, or suburbs of a city (sometimes acceptable). Wherever possible, also avoid districts, regions, counties, departments, reservations, or metropolitan areas:   **{{xt|London, England}}, not {{!xt|Greenwich, London, Greater London, England, United Kingdom}}   **{{xt|London, England}}, not {{!xt|Greenwich, London, Greater London, England, United Kingdom}}   **{{xt|New York City, New York, US}}, not {{!xt|Brownsville, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, United States}}   **{{xt|New York City, New York, US}}, not {{!xt|Brownsville, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, United States}} [...]



Trångsund

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Amend hatnote ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:34, 18 August 2017 Line 1: Line 1: − {{For|the street in Stockholm see [[Trångsund (Stockholm)]]; for the town in Russia|Vysotsk}} + {{about||the street in Stockholm|Trångsund (Stockholm)|other uses|}}   {{Unreferenced|date=December 2009}}   {{Unreferenced|date=December 2009}}   '''Trångsund''' is a part of [[Huddinge]] to the south of [[Stockholm]] located between the two [[lake]]s [[Magelungen]] and [[Drevviken]]. The region Trångsund/[[Skogås]] has about 21 500 inhabitants. From Trångsund it is a 20-minute travel to Stockholm central by [[train]].   '''Trångsund''' is a part of [[Huddinge]] to the south of [[Stockholm]] located between the two [[lake]]s [[Magelungen]] and [[Drevviken]]. The region Trångsund/[[Skogås]] has about 21 500 inhabitants. From Trångsund it is a 20-minute travel to Stockholm central by [[train]]. [...]



Preble County, Ohio

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‎Notable residents ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:34, 18 August 2017 Line 396: Line 396:   *[[Andrew L. Harris]] - [[American Civil War|Civil War]] general and former governor of [[Ohio]].   *[[Andrew L. Harris]] - [[American Civil War|Civil War]] general and former governor of [[Ohio]].   *[[William Stephens]] - former governor of [[California]].   *[[William Stephens]] - former governor of [[California]].   + *[[Mr. Mckinney]] - Well known history teacher that every one loved       ==See also==   ==See also== [...]



Sadr (name)

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‎List of Notables ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:34, 18 August 2017 Line 12: Line 12:   *'''[[Muqtada al-Sadr]]''', (born 1973), son of Sadr Mohammad Mohammad Sadeq es-Sadr, heads a large militia in Iraq   *'''[[Muqtada al-Sadr]]''', (born 1973), son of Sadr Mohammad Mohammad Sadeq es-Sadr, heads a large militia in Iraq   *'''[[Mustafa al-Sadr]]''', (c. 1964-1999), son of Sadr Mohammad Mohammad Sadeq es-Sadr   *'''[[Mustafa al-Sadr]]''', (c. 1964-1999), son of Sadr Mohammad Mohammad Sadeq es-Sadr − *'''[[Ahmed al-Sadr]]''', (born in 1986 in [[Najaf]]), Muqtada's nephew - the son of [[Muqtada al-Sadr]]'s brother Mustafa al-Sadrhttp://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2017/05/muqtada-sadr-iraq-reform-maliki-shiite-national-alliance.html. + *'''[[Ahmed al-Sadr]]''', (born in '''1986''' in [[Najaf]]), Muqtada's nephew - the son of [[Muqtada al-Sadr]]'s brother Mustafa al-Sadrhttp://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2017/05/muqtada-sadr-iraq-reform-maliki-shiite-national-alliance.html.   *Mu'ammal al-Sadr (d. 1999), son of Sadr Mohammad Mohammad Sadeq es-Sadr   *Mu'ammal al-Sadr (d. 1999), son of Sadr Mohammad Mohammad Sadeq es-Sadr   *[[Sadr al-Din al-Sadr]] (died 1954) son of Ismail as-Sadr   *[[Sadr al-Din al-Sadr]] (died 1954) son of Ismail as-Sadr [...]



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Kenneth Allott

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clean up spacing after commas, replaced: ,and → , and (2), ,E → , E, ,K → , K, ,L → , L, ,P → , P, ,a → , a using AWB ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:34, 18 August 2017 Line 1: Line 1: − '''Kenneth Allott''' (29 August 1912 – 1973) was an [[Anglo-Irish]] poet and [[academic]], and authority on [[Matthew Arnold]].Allott,Kenneth, ''Matthew Arnold (Writers & Their Background S.)'' Unwin Hyman; n.e. edition (23 Nov 1978) {{ISBN|978-0-7135-1856-6}} + '''Kenneth Allott''' (29 August 1912 – 1973) was an [[Anglo-Irish]] poet and [[academic]], and authority on [[Matthew Arnold]].Allott, Kenneth, ''Matthew Arnold (Writers & Their Background S.)'' Unwin Hyman; n.e. edition (23 Nov 1978) {{ISBN|978-0-7135-1856-6}}       ==Life==   ==Life== Line 6: Line 6:   Subsequently, Allott began working as a reviewer for the ''[[Morning Post]]'' and with [[Geoffrey Grigson]] on ''New Verse'', to which he was a regular contributor. He also worked as an observer for [[Charles Madge]]'s social survey group [[Mass Observation]]. In 1942 Allott, a [[conscientious objector]], moved with his family to [[Gateshead]] for a year as an extramural lecturer.   Subsequently, Allott began working as a reviewer for the ''[[Morning Post]]'' and with [[Geoffrey Grigson]] on ''New Verse'', to which he was a regular contributor. He also worked as an observer for [[Charles Madge]]'s social survey group [[Mass Observation]]. In 1942 Allott, a [[conscientious objector]], moved with his family to [[Gateshead]] for a year as an extramural lecturer.     − His first marriage ended in 1950 and he married another lecturer [[Miriam Allott]] on 1 June 1951. Allott is the author of a biography of [[Jules Verne]] and two collections of poems(see works below),a critical edition of William Habbington's poems,and a play adapted from [[EM Forster]]'s novel ''A Room with a View''.Introduction ''Contemporary Verse'',Ed Kenneth Allott,Penguin Books,London 1950 + His first marriage ended in 1950 and he married another lecturer [[Miriam Allott]] on 1 June 1951. Allott is the author of a biography of [[Jules Verne]] and two collections of poems(see works below), a critical edition of William Habbington's poems, and a play adapted from [[EM Forster]]'s novel ''A Room with a View''.Introduction ''Contemporary Verse'', Ed Kenneth Allott, Penguin Books, London 1950       He held positions at [[Liverpool University]] from 1948 until his death in 1973, at which time he was the Kenneth Muir Professor of English. His position at Liverpool was taken over by his wife after his death, although by 1981 she was a professor at [[Birkbeck College]].   He held positions at [[Liverpool University]] from 1948 until his death in 1973, at which time he was the Kenneth Muir Professor of English. His position at Liverpool was taken over by his wife after his death, [...]



Template:Did you know nominations/The Index Card

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clean up ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:34, 18 August 2017 Line 31: Line 31:   |qpq = y   |qpq = y   |status = maybe   |status = maybe − |comments = I detected copyright issues please try and address that.[https://tools.wmflabs.org/copyvios/?lang=en&project=wikipedia&title=The_Index_Card&oldid=&action=search&use_engine=1&use_links=1] + |comments = I detected a copyright issues please try and address that.[https://tools.wmflabs.org/copyvios/?lang=en&project=wikipedia&title=The_Index_Card&oldid=&action=search&use_engine=1&use_links=1]   |sign = [[User:Fitindia|''' FITINDIA ''']] 16:33, 18 August 2017 (UTC)   |sign = [[User:Fitindia|''' FITINDIA ''']] 16:33, 18 August 2017 (UTC)   }}   }} [...]



User:KirMcSward

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Talk:Dismissal of James Comey

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‎What was purportedly contradictory: Tense ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:34, 18 August 2017 Line 363: Line 363:   ====What was purportedly contradictory====   ====What was purportedly contradictory====   Trump's first public explanation was in his letter of dismissal. As best I understand, none of the reliable sources say that the letter of dismissal contradicted any earlier public explanation, so I think it's worth being clear about that. It was the later public explanations that purportedly contradicted the letter of dismissal. Additionally, it's also worth being clear about ''how'' they purportedly contradicted the letter of dismissal. The sources say that later explanations contradicted the dismissal letter's reliance upon Rosenstein, but those sources do not say that Trump ever contradicted the reasons given by Rosenstein (as opposed to supplementing them), and this is a significant distinction. Additionally, do any of the sources listed above (or other sources) indicate why they think the dismissal letter purported to rely ''only'' upon the Rosenstein memo? After all, when someone accepts a recommendation, that does not normally imply that the recommendation is not being accepted for reasons other than (or additional to) the reasons given by the recommender. If a source explains this, then that would be the preferred source for us to use, IMHO.[[User:Anythingyouwant| Anythingyouwant]] ([[User talk:Anythingyouwant|talk]]) 15:29, 18 August 2017 (UTC)   Trump's first public explanation was in his letter of dismissal. As best I understand, none of the reliable sources say that the letter of dismissal contradicted any earlier public explanation, so I think it's worth being clear about that. It was the later public explanations that purportedly contradicted the letter of dismissal. Additionally, it's also worth being clear about ''how'' they purportedly contradicted the letter of dismissal. The sources say that later explanations contradicted the dismissal letter's reliance upon Rosenstein, but those sources do not say that Trump ever contradicted the reasons given by Rosenstein (as opposed to supplementing them), and this is a significant distinction. Additionally, do any of the sources listed above (or other sources) indicate why they think the dismissal letter purported to rely ''only'' upon the Rosenstein memo? After all, when someone accepts a recommendation, that does not normally imply that the recommendation is not being accepted for reasons other than (or additional to) the reasons given by the recommender. If a source explains this, then that would be the preferred source for us to use, IMHO.[[User:Anythingyouwant| Anythingyouwant]] ([[User talk:Anythingyouwant|talk]]) 15:29, 18 August 2017 (UTC) − :Sure. As I pointed out earlier, we follow the flow of events: first he sent the termination letter with the memos, then he fumbles on TV about the "Russia thing", everybody calls his contradictions, and finally we learn about his "enormous frustra[...]



Bruce Forsyth

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‎Tributes and honours: That one has been mentioned & sourced above. ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:34, 18 August 2017 Line 102: Line 102:       Forsyth also appeared at the 2013 [[Glastonbury Festival]] on the Avalon stage, becoming the oldest performer to ever play at the festival.{{cite web|url=https://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2013/jun/30/bruce-forsyth-glastonbury-2013-review|title=Bruce Forsyth at Glastonbury 2013 – review|first=Paul|last=MacInnes|date=30 June 2013|publisher=|via=The Guardian}}   Forsyth also appeared at the 2013 [[Glastonbury Festival]] on the Avalon stage, becoming the oldest performer to ever play at the festival.{{cite web|url=https://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2013/jun/30/bruce-forsyth-glastonbury-2013-review|title=Bruce Forsyth at Glastonbury 2013 – review|first=Paul|last=MacInnes|date=30 June 2013|publisher=|via=The Guardian}} −   − Forsyth has also been subjected to a [[comedy roast]], which included his now-wife along with comedians [[Jimmy Carr]], [[Sean Lock]], and [[Jason Manford]], amongst others.         ==Personal life==   ==Personal life== [...]



Glenn Morrison (DJ)

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‎Juno Awards ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:34, 18 August 2017 Line 44: Line 44:       ==Awards and nominations==   ==Awards and nominations== − ===[[Juno]] Awards=== + ===[[Juno Awards]]===   {{Awards table}}   {{Awards table}}   |-   |- [...]



Celixir

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condensing; see prior note ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:34, 18 August 2017 Line 1: Line 1: − {{db-spam}} + {{Db-multiple|G11|G5}} − {{db-sock}} +   Celixir Ltd is a biotechnology company that specialise in regenerative medicines.   Celixir Ltd is a biotechnology company that specialise in regenerative medicines.     [...]



List of synagogues in the United States

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‎{{flagicon|California}}California ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:34, 18 August 2017 Line 214: Line 214:   *Temple Emanu-El, San Jose, Ca   *Temple Emanu-El, San Jose, Ca     − '''Statewide''' + '''Sacramento'''   *Chabad of Sacramento, Sacramento, Ca   *Chabad of Sacramento, Sacramento, Ca   + *[[Congregation B'nai Israel (Sacramento, California)]]   + *Knesset Israel Torah Center, Sacramento, Ca   +   + '''Statewide'''   *[[Congregation Beth Israel (Berkeley, California)]]   *[[Congregation Beth Israel (Berkeley, California)]]   *[[Congregation Ner Tamid]], [[Rancho Palos Verdes, California|Rancho Palos Verdes]], Ca   *[[Congregation Ner Tamid]], [[Rancho Palos Verdes, California|Rancho Palos Verdes]], Ca   *Congregation Beth Jacob, Fresno, Ca   *Congregation Beth Jacob, Fresno, Ca − *[[Congregation B'nai Israel (Sacramento, California)]]     *[[Congregation B'nai Israel (Daly City, California)]]   *[[Congregation B'nai Israel (Daly City, California)]]   *[[Congregation Beth Am|Congregation Beth Am (Los Altos Hills, California)]]   *[[Congregation Beth Am|Congregation Beth Am (Los Altos Hills, California)]] − *Knesset Israel Torah Center, Sacramento, Ca     *[[Pasadena Jewish Temple and Center]]   *[[Pasadena Jewish Temple and Center]]   *[[Rodef Sholom (San Rafael, California)]]   *[[Rodef Sholom (San Rafael, California)]] [...]



Alankrita Shrivastava

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← Previous revision Revision as of 16:34, 18 August 2017 Line 8: Line 8:   | notable_works = ''[[Lipstick Under My Burkha]]''   | notable_works = ''[[Lipstick Under My Burkha]]''   }}   }} − '''Alankrita Shrivastava''' is an independent Indian filmmaker. After assisting Bollywood director Prakash Jha with many projects, she made her directorial debut with [[Turning 30]]!!! and recently made the critically acclaimed [[Lipstick Under My Burkha]].{{cite web|url=http://2017.miamifilmfestival.com/guests/alankrita-shrivastava/|title=ALANKRITA SHRIVASTAVA|publisher=Miami Film Festival|accessdate= 23 June 2017}} + '''Alankrita Shrivastava''' is an independent Indian filmmaker. After assisting Bollywood director Prakash Jha with many projects, she made her directorial debut with [[Turning 30|Turning 30!!!]] and recently made the critically acclaimed [[Lipstick Under My Burkha]].{{cite web|url=http://2017.miamifilmfestival.com/guests/alankrita-shrivastava/|title=ALANKRITA SHRIVASTAVA|publisher=Miami Film Festival|accessdate= 23 June 2017}}       ==Early life and education ==   ==Early life and education == [...]



User talk:82.132.223.136

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Warning 82.132.223.136 - #1 ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:34, 18 August 2017 Line 11: Line 11:   [[File:Information orange.svg|25px|alt=Information icon]] Please do not add or change content, as you did at [[:James Jennings]], without citing a [[Wikipedia:Identifying reliable sources|reliable source]]. Please review the guidelines at [[Wikipedia:Citing sources]] and take this opportunity to add references to the article. Thank you. [[User:Mattythewhite|Mattythewhite]] ([[User talk:Mattythewhite|talk]]) 14:46, 22 August 2015 (UTC)   [[File:Information orange.svg|25px|alt=Information icon]] Please do not add or change content, as you did at [[:James Jennings]], without citing a [[Wikipedia:Identifying reliable sources|reliable source]]. Please review the guidelines at [[Wikipedia:Citing sources]] and take this opportunity to add references to the article. Thank you. [[User:Mattythewhite|Mattythewhite]] ([[User talk:Mattythewhite|talk]]) 14:46, 22 August 2015 (UTC)   :''If this is a [[Network address translation|shared IP address]], and you did not make the edits, consider [[Wikipedia:Why create an account?|creating an account]] for yourself so you can avoid further irrelevant notices.''   :''If this is a [[Network address translation|shared IP address]], and you did not make the edits, consider [[Wikipedia:Why create an account?|creating an account]] for yourself so you can avoid further irrelevant notices.''   +   + == August 2017 ==   + [[File:Information.svg|left|25px|alt=]] Hello, and welcome to Wikipedia. This is a message letting you know that one or more of your recent edits to [[:Worshipful Society of Apothecaries]] has been undone by an automated computer program called [[User:ClueBot NG|ClueBot NG]].   + {{clear}}   + * ClueBot NG makes very few [[User:ClueBot NG#Information About False Positives|mistakes]], but it does happen. If you believe the change you made was constructive, please [[User:ClueBot NG#Information About False Positives|read about it]], [{{User:ClueBot NG/Warnings/FPReport|3105426}} report it here], remove this message from your talk page, and then make the edit again.   + * For help, take a look at the [[Wikipedia:Introduction|introduction]].   + * The following is the log entry regarding this message: [[Worshipful Society of Apothecaries]] was [https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Worshipful+Society+of+Apothecaries&diff=796121004&oldid=796011230 changed] by [[Special:Contributions/82.132.223.136|82.132.223.136]] [[User:82.132.223.136|(u)]] [[User talk:82.132.223.136|(t)]] ANN scored at 0.867455 on 2017-08-18T16:33:59+00:00   + *[http://tools.wmflabs.org/betacommand-dev/cgi-bin/uc?uc=Oppulence76 User compare report] ''Auto-generated every hour.''   + *[http://tools.wmflabs.org/sigma/editorinteract.py Editor interaction utility]   +   + Same semi-literate belligerent edit-warring POV pushing behavior (yawn) as other socks, and these are CU-confirmed. Note Rusniak--besides being a complete technical match there are behavioral similarities which I won't spell out here. [[User:Drmies|Drmies]] ([[User talk:Drmies|talk]]) 16:34, 18 August 2017 (UTC)   +   + ====Comments by other users====   + ''Accused parties may also comment/discuss in this section below. See [[Wikipedia:Sockpuppet investigations/SPI/Guidance#Defending yourself against claims|Defending yourself against claims]].''   +   +   + ====Clerk, CheckUser, and/or patrolling admin comments====   +   +   + ---- [...]



Talk:Jane Smiley

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White Fox Boutique

Fri, 18 Aug 2017 16:34:00 GMT

fix link ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:34, 18 August 2017 Line 15: Line 15:   Clothing and accessories from White Fox Boutique have been featured in multiple magazine for spread shoots, ''Get the Look'' articles and celebrity shots and paparazzi photographsSoldani, Dianca. [http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2852487/Eyes-Newly-single-Vicky-Pattison-puts-busty-display-Geordie-Shore-star-Scotty-T-party-Schoolies-Gold-Coast.html "Eyes front! Newly single Vicky Pattison puts on busty display as she and Geordie Shore co-star Scotty T party with Schoolies on the Gold Coast"], ''[[Daily Mail]]'', 28 November 2014. Retrieved on 16 August 2017.   Clothing and accessories from White Fox Boutique have been featured in multiple magazine for spread shoots, ''Get the Look'' articles and celebrity shots and paparazzi photographsSoldani, Dianca. [http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2852487/Eyes-Newly-single-Vicky-Pattison-puts-busty-display-Geordie-Shore-star-Scotty-T-party-Schoolies-Gold-Coast.html "Eyes front! Newly single Vicky Pattison puts on busty display as she and Geordie Shore co-star Scotty T party with Schoolies on the Gold Coast"], ''[[Daily Mail]]'', 28 November 2014. Retrieved on 16 August 2017.     − In 2016 White Fox Boutique participated in the [[Vogue]] Online Shopping Night.Mackey, Tanya. [http://www.vogue.com.au/vosn/latest+news/add+to+cart+vogue+online+shopping+night+is+live,39123 "Add to cart: Vogue Online Shopping Night is live"], ''[[Vogue]]'', 11 May 2016. Retrieved on 16 August 2017. which happens twice a year, which includes retailers such as [[David Jones]], Sabo Skirt and French Connection. + In 2016 White Fox Boutique participated in the [[Vogue (magazine)|Vogue]] Online Shopping Night.Mackey, Tanya. [http://www.vogue.com.au/vosn/latest+news/add+to+cart+vogue+online+shopping+night+is+live,39123 "Add to cart: Vogue Online Shopping Night is live"], ''[[Vogue (magazine)|Vogue]]'', 11 May 2016. Retrieved on 16 August 2017. which happens twice a year, which includes retailers such as [[David Jones]], Sabo Skirt and French Connection.       == Brands and collaborations ==   == Brands and collaborations == [...]



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