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User:Dgomezuf/sandbox

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species table ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 1: Line 1:   {{dashboard.wikiedu.org sandbox}}   {{dashboard.wikiedu.org sandbox}} − + {{italic title}}   + {{Taxobox   + | image =   + | regnum = [[Animal]]ia   + | phylum = [[Arthropod]]a   + | classis = [[Insect]]a   + | ordo = [[Beetle|Coleoptera]]   + | familia = [[Curculionidae]]   + | subfamilia = [[Bark beetle|Scolytinae]]   + | genus = ''[[Euwallacea (beetle)|Euwallacea]]''   + | species = '''''E. fornicatus'''''   + | binomial = ''Euwallacea fornicatus''   + | binomial_authority = (Eichhoff, 1868)   + }}   '''''Euwallacea fornicatus''''' is an invasive [[ambrosia beetle]] (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: [[Scolytinae]]: [[Xyleborini]]) that causes economic losses in introduced countries. As the rest of the ambrosia beetles, ''E. fornicatus'' larvae and adults feed on a symbiotic fungus carried in a specific structure called mycangia. In ''E. fornicatus'', the mycangia is located in the mandible. The combination of massive numbers of beetles with the symbiotic fungus kill trees, even though the fungus is a weak pathogen{{Cite book|title=Bark Beetles: Biology and Ecology of Native and Invasive Species|last=Smith|first=S|last2=Hulcr|first2=J|publisher=Elsevier|year=2015|isbn=|editor-last=Vega & Hofstetter|location=San Diego|pages=495–532}}.   '''''Euwallacea fornicatus''''' is an invasive [[ambrosia beetle]] (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: [[Scolytinae]]: [[Xyleborini]]) that causes economic losses in introduced countries. As the rest of the ambrosia beetles, ''E. fornicatus'' larvae and adults feed on a symbiotic fungus carried in a specific structure called mycangia. In ''E. fornicatus'', the mycangia is located in the mandible. The combination of massive numbers of beetles with the symbiotic fungus kill trees, even though the fungus is a weak pathogen{{Cite book|title=Bark Beetles: Biology and Ecology of Native and Invasive Species|last=Smith|first=S|last2=Hulcr|first2=J|publisher=Elsevier|year=2015|isbn=|editor-last=Vega & Hofstetter|location=San Diego|pages=495–532}}.     [...]



Kind Hearts and Coronets

Sat, 25 Feb 2017 16:14:44 GMT

‎Release and reception ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 96: Line 96:       ==Release and reception==   ==Release and reception==   + ''Kind Hearts and Coronets'' premiered in London on 21 June 1949.       When the film was released in the US, it was edited to satisfy the [[Hays Office Production Code]]. A new ending was added, showing Louis's memoirs being discovered before he can retrieve them; the dialogue between Louis and Sibella was altered to play down their adultery; derogatory lines aimed at the Reverend Henry D'Ascoyne were deleted; and in the nursery rhyme "[[Eeny, meeny, miny, moe]]", "sailor" replaced the word "[[nigger]]". The American version is six minutes shorter than the British original.{{sfn|Slide|1998|p=90–91}}   When the film was released in the US, it was edited to satisfy the [[Hays Office Production Code]]. A new ending was added, showing Louis's memoirs being discovered before he can retrieve them; the dialogue between Louis and Sibella was altered to play down their adultery; derogatory lines aimed at the Reverend Henry D'Ascoyne were deleted; and in the nursery rhyme "[[Eeny, meeny, miny, moe]]", "sailor" replaced the word "[[nigger]]". The American version is six minutes shorter than the British original.{{sfn|Slide|1998|p=90–91}} [...]



Sweden Finns

Sat, 25 Feb 2017 16:14:44 GMT

Corrected definition as national minority. Sweden Finns include historic groups within Sweden, but often exclude Swedish speakers. National minority. Added Denominations and definitions. Keep editing!

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Total War: Shogun 2: Fall of the Samurai

Sat, 25 Feb 2017 16:14:43 GMT

reword ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 16: Line 16:       ==Gameplay==   ==Gameplay== − [[File:TW_Shogun_2_FOTS_gatling_gun.jpg|thumb|right|''Fall of the Samurai'' features late 19th century weapons such as the [[Gatling gun]]]] + [[File:TW_Shogun_2_FOTS_gatling_gun.jpg|thumb|right|''Fall of the Samurai'' features weapons from the late 1800s such as the [[Gatling gun]]]]   This standalone expansion focuses on the conflicts between the Imperialists and the Shogunists in the final years of [[Tokugawa Shogunate]], which takes place 300 years after the events of [[Total War: Shogun 2|the original game]]. Gameplay is a mix of traditional Samurai culture mainly seen in the original game and the power of modern weaponry which is seen more in this version. The general objective for the player is to guide ancient Japan into the modern age, as the arrival of America, Britain and France will start a horrific civil war, which will seal the future of a nation.   This standalone expansion focuses on the conflicts between the Imperialists and the Shogunists in the final years of [[Tokugawa Shogunate]], which takes place 300 years after the events of [[Total War: Shogun 2|the original game]]. Gameplay is a mix of traditional Samurai culture mainly seen in the original game and the power of modern weaponry which is seen more in this version. The general objective for the player is to guide ancient Japan into the modern age, as the arrival of America, Britain and France will start a horrific civil war, which will seal the future of a nation.     [...]



Talk:List of Macedonians (ethnic group)

Sat, 25 Feb 2017 16:14:43 GMT

Undid revision 767357833 by Sro23 (talk) Igor Janev is a Brig. General ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 158: Line 158:   :::::Alright, I've added the tag for now. I'll try to add citations when I get a chance. --[[User:Local hero|Local hero]] [[User talk:Local hero|talk]] 05:50, 14 December 2014 (UTC)   :::::Alright, I've added the tag for now. I'll try to add citations when I get a chance. --[[User:Local hero|Local hero]] [[User talk:Local hero|talk]] 05:50, 14 December 2014 (UTC)   I just have Removed unsourced BLP content and the unnecessary tag. [[Special:Contributions/178.221.216.244|178.221.216.244]] ([[User talk:178.221.216.244|talk]]) 10:59, 23 December 2014 (UTC)   I just have Removed unsourced BLP content and the unnecessary tag. [[Special:Contributions/178.221.216.244|178.221.216.244]] ([[User talk:178.221.216.244|talk]]) 10:59, 23 December 2014 (UTC)   +   + == Advise ==   +   + Advise: Insert in that list a name of General [[Igor Janev]] [...]



Democratic Party (Italy) leadership election, 2017

Sat, 25 Feb 2017 16:14:41 GMT

‎Main candidates ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 86: Line 86:   | '''[[Matteo Renzi]]'''   | '''[[Matteo Renzi]]'''   | width = 80%|   | width = 80%| − * '''[[List of Secretaries of the Democratic Party|Secretary]] of the [[Democratic Party (Italy)|Democratic Party]]'''     * '''Former [[Prime Minister of Italy]]'''   * '''Former [[Prime Minister of Italy]]'''   + * '''Former [[List of Secretaries of the Democratic Party|Secretary]] of the [[Democratic Party (Italy)|Democratic Party]]'''   * '''Former [[Mayor of Florence]]'''   * '''Former [[Mayor of Florence]]'''   * '''Former President of [[Province of Florence|Florence Province]]'''   * '''Former President of [[Province of Florence|Florence Province]]''' [...]



Angelique Rockas

Sat, 25 Feb 2017 16:14:41 GMT

‎Activist/Polemicist ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 106: Line 106:   ==Activist/Polemicist==   ==Activist/Polemicist==   Rockas has resumed her [[activism]], campaigning for [[Greece]] to be treated with respect by the [[European Union]];{{cite web|url=http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4236290/This-prosperous-Greek-builder-lives-shack.html#ixzz4ZElwMlKQ|title=GREECE:A Nation dying on its Feet-economic collapse under weight of German diktats& never ending tide of migrants   Rockas has resumed her [[activism]], campaigning for [[Greece]] to be treated with respect by the [[European Union]];{{cite web|url=http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4236290/This-prosperous-Greek-builder-lives-shack.html#ixzz4ZElwMlKQ|title=GREECE:A Nation dying on its Feet-economic collapse under weight of German diktats& never ending tide of migrants − |date=February 2017|author=Sue Reid|via=dailymail.com}} for women's educational and financial rights; and as a polemicist against war{{cite web|url=https://interc.pt/2ldRr40 |title=The Increasingly Unhinged Russia Rhetoric Comes From a Long-Standing U.S. Playbook|date=February 2017|author=Glen Greenwald|via=intercept.com}} via the groups she has created and curates on [[LinkedIn]]{{cite web|url=https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/angelique-rockas-groups-linkedin-angelique-rockas?trk=mp-author-card|title=Angelique Rockas Linkedin Groups|date= 4 November 2016 |via=Linkedin.com}} and her [[Twitter]] account. + |date=February 2017|author=Sue Reid|via=dailymail.com}} for women's educational and financial rights; and as a polemicist against war{{cite web|url=https://interc.pt/2ldRr40 |title=The Increasingly Unhinged Russia Rhetoric Comes From a Long-Standing U.S. Playbook|date=February 2017|author=Glen Greenwald|via=intercept.com}}   + {{cite web|url=https://www.thenation.com/article/why-we-must-oppose-the-kremlin-baiting-against-trump/ |title=   + The Russia-connected allegations have created an atmosphere of hysteria amounting to McCarthyism|date=February 2017|author=Prof Stephen Cohen |via=thenation.com}} via the groups she has created and curates on [[LinkedIn]]{{cite web|url=https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/angelique-rockas-groups-linkedin-angelique-rockas?trk=mp-author-card|title=Angelique Rockas Linkedin Groups|date= 4 November 2016 |via=Linkedin.com}} and her [[Twitter]] account.       ==Special project==   ==Special project== [...]



Austria national football team

Sat, 25 Feb 2017 16:14:41 GMT

← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 13: Line 13:   | Home Stadium = [[Ernst-Happel-Stadion]]   | Home Stadium = [[Ernst-Happel-Stadion]]   | FIFA Trigramme = AUT   | FIFA Trigramme = AUT − | FIFA Rank = {{Nft rank|31|steady||date=12 January 2017}} + | FIFA Rank = {{Nft rank|34|down|3|date=9 February 2017}}   | FIFA max = 10   | FIFA max = 10   | FIFA max date = March–June 2016   | FIFA max date = March–June 2016   | FIFA min = 105   | FIFA min = 105   | FIFA min date = July 2008   | FIFA min date = July 2008 − | Elo Rank ={{Nft rank|44||date=23 January 2017}} + | Elo Rank ={{Nft rank|45|down|1|date=17 February 2017}}   | Elo max = 1   | Elo max = 1   | Elo max date = May 1934   | Elo max date = May 1934 [...]



2017 Scotties Tournament of Hearts

Sat, 25 Feb 2017 16:14:40 GMT

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List of neighborhoods in Dallas

Sat, 25 Feb 2017 16:14:40 GMT

changing adverb "in" and preposition "to" —> preposition "into"—wikt:in—wikt:wikt:to—wikt:into—http://public.wsu.edu/~brians/errors/into.html—User:Wavelength/About English/Expressions "into" and "in to" ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 2: Line 2:   The city of [[Dallas]], [[Texas]] ([[United States|USA]]) is home to many '''areas''', '''neighborhoods''', and '''communities'''. The following is a list of neighborhoods placed within larger areas and sometimes communities.   The city of [[Dallas]], [[Texas]] ([[United States|USA]]) is home to many '''areas''', '''neighborhoods''', and '''communities'''. The following is a list of neighborhoods placed within larger areas and sometimes communities.     − For clarity, Dallas can be divided in to several geographical areas which include macroneighborhoods, i.e., larger geographical sections of territory including many subdivisions or neighborhoods. + For clarity, Dallas can be divided into several geographical areas which include macroneighborhoods, i.e., larger geographical sections of territory including many subdivisions or neighborhoods.       [[File:Dallas, Texas map - Downtown.svg|thumb|190px|Downtown Dallas]]   [[File:Dallas, Texas map - Downtown.svg|thumb|190px|Downtown Dallas]] [...]



Wikipedia:Good articles/Social sciences and society

Sat, 25 Feb 2017 16:14:39 GMT

‎Journalism and newspapers: +America's 60 Families ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 1,199: Line 1,199:       =====Journalism and newspapers=====   =====Journalism and newspapers=====   + ''[[America's 60 Families]]'' –   ''[[The American Israelite]]'' –   ''[[The American Israelite]]'' –   [[Antara (news agency)]] –   [[Antara (news agency)]] – Line 1,264: Line 1,265:   [[Emmett Watson|Watson, Emmett]] –   [[Emmett Watson|Watson, Emmett]] –   [[George Wilkes|Wilkes, George]] –   [[George Wilkes|Wilkes, George]] – − (64 articles) + (65 articles)       =====Magazines and journals=====   =====Magazines and journals===== [...]



Orders of magnitude (length)

Sat, 25 Feb 2017 16:14:39 GMT

‎Human to astronomical scale ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 301: Line 301:   {{anchor|1E0}}   {{anchor|1E0}}   |-   |- − |rowspan=3|[[1 metre|100]] + |rowspan=4|[[1 metre|1]] − |rowspan=3|1 [[meter]] + |rowspan=4|1 [[metre]]   |1 m (exactly)   |1 m (exactly)   |{{As of|1983|since=y}}, defined as length of the path travelled by light in [[vacuum]] during a time interval of 1/299 792 458 of a [[second]]. See [[History of the metre]] for previous definitions.   |{{As of|1983|since=y}}, defined as length of the path travelled by light in [[vacuum]] during a time interval of 1/299 792 458 of a [[second]]. See [[History of the metre]] for previous definitions. Line 310: Line 310:   |-   |-   |8.38 m   |8.38 m − |Length of a London Bus ([[AEC Routemaster]]). + |Length of a London bus ([[AEC Routemaster]]).   |-   |-   |rowspan=3|[[1 decametre|101]]   |rowspan=3|[[1 decametre|101]] − |rowspan=3|1 [[decameter]] (dam) + |rowspan=3|1 [[decametre]] (dam)   |33 m   |33 m   |Length of the longest known [[blue whale]].{{Cite web | url=http://nationalzoo.si.edu/Animals/AnimalRecords/ | title=Animal Records | publisher=Smithsonian National Zoological Park | accessdate=2007-05-29 }}   |Length of the longest known [[blue whale]].{{Cite web | url=http://nationalzoo.si.edu/Animals/AnimalRecords/ | title=Animal Records | publisher=Smithsonian National Zoological Park | accessdate=2007-05-29 }} Line 324: Line 324:   |-   |-   |rowspan=3|[[1 hectometre|102]]   |rowspan=3|[[1 hectometre|102]] − |rowspan=3|1 [[hectometer]] (hm) + |rowspan=3|1 [[hectometre]] (hm)   |105 m   |105 m   |Length of a typical [[Association football|football]] field.   |Length of a typical [[Association football|football]] field. Line 338: Line 338:   |-   |-   |rowspan=3|[[1 kilometre|103]]   |rowspan=3|[[1 kilometre|103]] − |rowspan=3|1 [[kilometer]] (km) + |rowspan=3|1 [[kilometre]] (km)   |2.3 km   |2.3 km   |Axial length of the [[Three Gorges Dam]], the largest [[dam]] in the world{{cite web|url=http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1E1-N-3GorgesDam.html|title=Three Gorges Dam|publisher= Cengage Learning|website=encyclopedia.com}}   |Axial length of the [[Three Gorges Dam]], the largest [[dam]] in the world{{cite web|url=http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1E1-N-3GorgesDam.html|title=Three Gorges Dam|publisher= Cengage Learning|website=encyclopedia.com}} [...]



Ilhéu dos Pássaros

Sat, 25 Feb 2017 16:14:38 GMT

+panoramic views ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 34: Line 34:       In recent years, the islet now forms a formal subdivision of the city of Mindelo, it is the smallest area and is the only uninhabited subdivision in the city.   In recent years, the islet now forms a formal subdivision of the city of Mindelo, it is the smallest area and is the only uninhabited subdivision in the city.   +   + Panoramic views of the nearby island, [[Monte Verde, Cape Verde|Monte Verde]], [[Monte Cara]] and nearby [[Lazareto, Cape Verde|Lazareto]] are offered.       ==Depictions==   ==Depictions== [...]



Samuel Bedson

Sat, 25 Feb 2017 16:14:37 GMT

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{{for|the British-born military man in Canada|Samuel Lawrence Bedson}}
 
'''Sir Samuel Phillips Bedson''', MD, FRCP, FRS (1 December 1886 - 11 May 1969) was a British micro-biologist who was Professor Emeritus of [[Bacteriology]], [[University of London]].{{cite web|url=http://munksroll.rcplondon.ac.uk/Biography/Details/335|title=Munks Roll Details for Samuel Phillips (Sir) Bedson|publisher=}}
 
'''Sir Samuel Phillips Bedson''', MD, FRCP, FRS (1 December 1886 - 11 May 1969) was a British micro-biologist who was Professor Emeritus of [[Bacteriology]], [[University of London]].{{cite web|url=http://munksroll.rcplondon.ac.uk/Biography/Details/335|title=Munks Roll Details for Samuel Phillips (Sir) Bedson|publisher=}}
   



Template:Time Persons of the Year 1976–2000

Sat, 25 Feb 2017 16:14:37 GMT

← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 32: Line 32:   * [[George W. Bush]] (2000)   * [[George W. Bush]] (2000)     − | below = + | below = {{Time Persons of the Year footer}} − * [[Time Person of the Year#Persons of the Year|Complete roster]]   − * [[:Template:Time Persons of the Year 1927–1950|1927–1950]]   − * [[:Template:Time Persons of the Year 1951–1975|1951–1975]]   − * [[:Template:Time Persons of the Year 2001–2025|2001–present]]         }}   }} [...]



Draft:Guiomar

Sat, 25 Feb 2017 16:14:36 GMT

Created page with '{{subst:AFC submission/draftnew}}Guiomar is a fashion house founded in 2012. The manager Guiomar Giraldo-Baron will remain as general manager.



== History ==
The company was founded by Guiomar Giraldo-Baron 2012. It is famous for manufacturing woman's tailoring. Lardini produces one-of-a-kind tailoring line, which is retailed at its showroom in [[Milan|New York]], in the Lower East Side.

Guiomar Giraldo-Baron is its current [[creative director]]; her garments can be distinguished by patterns like flowers that remind the nature of the land where she comes from, Colombia.

== Boutiques ==
Since 2012 Guiomar has opened one Boutique in New York, but its garments are sold worldwide.

Guiomar one-of-a-kind women's clothes retail at between €1,000 to €3,000. [[Made to measure]] dresses can cost more than €3,000 and can be commissioned for international customers.



== References ==

{{reflist}}




Wikipedia:Fringe theories/Noticeboard

Sat, 25 Feb 2017 16:14:36 GMT

‎My new favorite fringe theory ("Lunar wave proves the Moon is actually a HOLOGRAM"): it is a Good Thing for FTNB regulars to keep up with new fringe theories that are getting a lot of attention ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 173: Line 173:   Can somone close this irrelevance it's not about the project, or how to improve it, and Wikipedia is not a forum.[[User:Slatersteven|Slatersteven]] ([[User talk:Slatersteven|talk]]) 15:05, 23 February 2017 (UTC)   Can somone close this irrelevance it's not about the project, or how to improve it, and Wikipedia is not a forum.[[User:Slatersteven|Slatersteven]] ([[User talk:Slatersteven|talk]]) 15:05, 23 February 2017 (UTC)   :This is the '''Fringe theories''' noticeboard. An editor alerting us to a brand new '''fringe theory''' is hardly irrelevant, even if we're having fun with it. [[User:MjolnirPants|'''ᛗᛁᛟᛚᚾᛁᚱPants''']] [[User_talk:MjolnirPants|Tell me all about it.]] 15:13, 23 February 2017 (UTC)   :This is the '''Fringe theories''' noticeboard. An editor alerting us to a brand new '''fringe theory''' is hardly irrelevant, even if we're having fun with it. [[User:MjolnirPants|'''ᛗᛁᛟᛚᚾᛁᚱPants''']] [[User_talk:MjolnirPants|Tell me all about it.]] 15:13, 23 February 2017 (UTC) −         :Unless you are tied to a chair with your eyes taped open, a monitor showing the Fringe theories Noticeboard in front of you and ''The Wikipedia Song'' blaring in the background, it would seem that you are capable of exercising your freedom of choice and not reading that which you dislike.   :Unless you are tied to a chair with your eyes taped open, a monitor showing the Fringe theories Noticeboard in front of you and ''The Wikipedia Song'' blaring in the background, it would seem that you are capable of exercising your freedom of choice and not reading that which you dislike.   :If, on the other hand, you '''are''' tied to a chair, let me address your captors: First, keep up the good work. Second, please take away his keyboard. --[[User:Guy Macon|Guy Macon]] ([[User talk:Guy Macon|talk]]) 15:57, 25 February 2017 (UTC)   :If, on the other hand, you '''are''' tied to a chair, let me address your captors: First, keep up the good work. Second, please take away his keyboard. --[[User:Guy Macon|Guy Macon]] ([[User talk:Guy Macon|talk]]) 15:57, 25 February 2017 (UTC)   ::And I would ask you not to mock other users. It is against policy.[[User:Slatersteven|Slatersteven]] ([[User talk:Slatersteven|talk]]) 16:01, 25 February 2017 (UTC)   ::And I would ask you not to mock other users. It is against policy.[[User:Slatersteven|Slatersteven]] ([[User talk:Slatersteven|talk]]) 16:01, 25 February 2017 (UTC)   + :::I apologize if you thought I was mocking you. That was not my intent. I was trying to convey, using some lighthearted humor, that posting multiple comments telling experienced Wikipedians not to discuss a new fringe theory on the fringe theories noticeboard might be seen by some as being disruptive. As for the topic itself, it is a Good Thing for FTNB regulars to keep up with new fringe theories that are get[...]



Decatur, Alabama

Sat, 25 Feb 2017 16:14:36 GMT

‎Government ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 282: Line 282:       ===Government===   ===Government=== − The current mayor of Decatur is Don Kyle, who was elected in 2012 The city has a five-member/district City Council. The current members are: + The current mayor of Decatur is Tab Bowling, who was elected in 2016 The city has a five-member/district City Council. The current members are:       *District 1 Billy Jackson   *District 1 Billy Jackson Line 293: Line 293:       '''Past Decatur, AL Mayors include:'''   '''Past Decatur, AL Mayors include:'''   + * Tab Bowling (2016-current)   * Don Stanford (2008–2012)   * Don Stanford (2008–2012)   * Don Kyle (2004–2008; 2012-2016)   * Don Kyle (2004–2008; 2012-2016) [...]



Frank Ocean discography

Sat, 25 Feb 2017 16:14:34 GMT

It's a single ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 413: Line 413:   | Kanye West   | Kanye West   | ''[[The Life of Pablo]]''   | ''[[The Life of Pablo]]'' − |-   − ! scope="row" | "[[Slide (Calvin Harris song)|Slide]]"   − | 2017   − | [[Calvin Harris]] & [[Migos]]   − | {{n/a}}     |-   |-   |}   |} [...]



Kissinger Sommer

Sat, 25 Feb 2017 16:14:34 GMT

← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 1: Line 1:   The '''Kissinger Sommer''' is a classical music festival held every year in the summer in the city of [[Bad Kissingen]] in [[Bavaria]], [[Southern Germany]].   The '''Kissinger Sommer''' is a classical music festival held every year in the summer in the city of [[Bad Kissingen]] in [[Bavaria]], [[Southern Germany]].   ==History==   ==History== − The festival was founded in 1986. At the beginning the focus of the festival was on the improvement of the cultural relations between eastern and western Europe. Every year an east-european country was partner of the festival, beginning with Hungary in 1986. Poland, Czechoslovakia and the Sovet Union followed. So the festival became a place, were one could see artists from east and west, especially of the partner-countries and of East-Germany. Among the artists of the frist years were [[Dmitry Sitkovetsky]], [[Boris Pergamenschikow]] and [[Svjatoslav Richter]]. After the fall of the iron curtain the festival turned to a world-wide view with partner-countries in whole Europe, North America and China. Every summer around 50 concerts are attracting about 30 000 visitors. The occurring interpreters are a mixture of well-known international stars like [[Cecilia Bartoli]], [[Arcadi Volodos]], [[Fazil Say]] or [[Grigory Sokolov]], and newcomers, who often later have made a great career too,https://www.andante.com.tr/en/6869/Farewell-To-Kissinger-Sommer-After-30-Glorious-Years like [[Lang Lang (pianist)|Lang Lang]], [[Diana Damrau]] https://www.br-klassik.de/aktuell/news-kritik/kissinger-sommer-30-jahre100.html or [[David Garrett (musician)|David Garrett]]http://www.bayerische-staatszeitung.de/staatszeitung/kultur/detailansicht-kultur/artikel/spielzeug-fuer-garrett.html. + The festival was founded in 1986. At the beginning the focus of the festival was on the improvement of the cultural relations between eastern and western Europe. Every year an east-european country was partner of the festival, beginning with Hungary in 1986. Poland, Czechoslovakia and the Soviet Union followed. So the festival became a place, were one could see artists from east and west, especially of the partner-countries and of East-Germany. Among the artists of the frist years were [[Dmitry Sitkovetsky]], [[Boris Pergamenschikow]] and [[Svjatoslav Richter]]. After the fall of the iron curtain the festival turned to a world-wide view with partner-countries in whole Europe, North America and China. Every summer around 50 concerts are attracting about 30 000 visitors. The occurring interpreters are a mixture of well-known international stars like [[Cecilia Bartoli]], [[Arcadi Volodos]], [[Fazil Say]] or [[Grigory Sokolov]], and newcomers, who often later have made a great career too,https://www.andante.com.tr/en/6869/Farewell-To-Kissinger-Sommer-After-30-Glorious-Years like [[Lang Lang (pianist)|Lang Lang]], [[Diana Damrau]] https://www.br-klassik.de/aktuell/news-kritik/kissinger-sommer-30-jahre100.html or [[David Garrett (musician)|David Garrett]]http://www.bayerische-staatszeitung.de/staatszeitung/kultur/detailansicht-kultur/artikel/spielzeug-fuer-garrett.html.   Every year the "Luitpoldpreis" (Luitpold Prize) is awarded to a young interpreter of the festival. The prize is named after [...]



Yakuza (series)

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‎Remakes ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 188: Line 188:   ''Ryū ga Gotoku Ishin!'' is a spin-off on both [[PlayStation 3]] and [[PlayStation 4]] released in Japan on February 22, 2014, the launch date for the PlayStation 4 in Japan.{{cite web|url=http://kotaku.com/yakuza-is-a-ps4-launch-title-in-japan-1276576287|title=Yakuza: Ishin Is a PS4 Launch Title in Japan|author=Brian Ashcraft|publisher=[[Kotaku]]|date=September 9, 2013|accessdate=December 8, 2013}}   ''Ryū ga Gotoku Ishin!'' is a spin-off on both [[PlayStation 3]] and [[PlayStation 4]] released in Japan on February 22, 2014, the launch date for the PlayStation 4 in Japan.{{cite web|url=http://kotaku.com/yakuza-is-a-ps4-launch-title-in-japan-1276576287|title=Yakuza: Ishin Is a PS4 Launch Title in Japan|author=Brian Ashcraft|publisher=[[Kotaku]]|date=September 9, 2013|accessdate=December 8, 2013}}     − === Remakes === + === Rereleases ===   ==== ''Ryū ga Gotoku 1&2 HD Edition'' ====   ==== ''Ryū ga Gotoku 1&2 HD Edition'' ====   {{main|Yakuza (video game)#Remakes}}   {{main|Yakuza (video game)#Remakes}} [...]



List of earthquakes in 2007

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‎October: drop insignificant event (low intensity, no damage, deaths, or injuries) ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 402: Line 402:   === October ===   === October ===   * {{flagicon|United States}} [[2007 Alum Rock earthquake|Alum Rock Park, California]] (5.6, October 30)   * {{flagicon|United States}} [[2007 Alum Rock earthquake|Alum Rock Park, California]] (5.6, October 30) − * {{flagicon|Northern Mariana Islands}} [[2007 Mariana Islands earthquake|Mariana Islands]] (7.2, October 31)         ===November===   ===November=== [...]



Shawn Sanbrooke

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Updated view count ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 33: Line 33:   }}   }}     − '''Shawn Sanbrooke''' (born 12 May 1993) is a British producer and [[Internet celebrity|internet personality]], known primarily for his theme park [[vlogs]] on YouTube as well as his business ventures, and charitable events. As of 31 December 2016, his channel has over 56,000 subscribers and over 26.5 million video views.{{cite web|url=https://www.youtube.com/user/ThemeParkWorldwide/about|title=YouTube profile|publisher=[[YouTube]]|access-date=31 December 2016}} + '''Shawn Sanbrooke''' (born 12 May 1993) is a British producer and [[Internet celebrity|internet personality]], known primarily for his theme park [[vlogs]] on YouTube as well as his business ventures, and charitable events. As of 25 February 2017, his channel has over 60,000 subscribers and over 28 million video views.{{cite web|url=https://www.youtube.com/user/ThemeParkWorldwide/about|title=YouTube profile|publisher=[[YouTube]]|access-date=31 December 2016}}       ==History==   ==History== [...]



1800 in science

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‎Earth sciences: added; redlink corrected ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 11: Line 11:       ==Astronomy==   ==Astronomy== − * The central star of the [[Ring Nebula]] is discovered by [[Fredrich von Hahn]]: the central star is a [[white dwarf]] star with a temperature of between 100000 and 120000 K. + * The central star of the [[Ring Nebula]] is discovered by [[Friedrich von Hahn]]: the central star is a [[white dwarf]] star with a temperature of between 100000 and 120000 K.       ==Chemistry==   ==Chemistry== Line 17: Line 17:   * [[Fulminate]]s are discovered by [[Edward Charles Howard|Edward Howard]].{{cite journal|title=On a New Fulminating Mercury|first=Edward|last=Howard|journal=[[Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London]]|year=1800|volume=90|issue=1|pages=204–238|doi=10.1098/rstl.1800.0012}}{{cite journal|title=The Life and Work of Edward Charles Howard|first=F.|last=Kurzer|journal=Annals of Science|year=1999|volume=56|pages=113–141|doi=10.1080/000337999296445}}{{cite web|title=Edward Charles Howard (1774-1816), Scientist and sugar refiner|publisher=[[National Portrait Gallery, London]]|date = 2005-01-05|url=http://www.npg.org.uk/live/search/person.asp?LinkID=mp02292|accessdate=2006-08-30}}   * [[Fulminate]]s are discovered by [[Edward Charles Howard|Edward Howard]].{{cite journal|title=On a New Fulminating Mercury|first=Edward|last=Howard|journal=[[Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London]]|year=1800|volume=90|issue=1|pages=204–238|doi=10.1098/rstl.1800.0012}}{{cite journal|title=The Life and Work of Edward Charles Howard|first=F.|last=Kurzer|journal=Annals of Science|year=1999|volume=56|pages=113–141|doi=10.1080/000337999296445}}{{cite web|title=Edward Charles Howard (1774-1816), Scientist and sugar refiner|publisher=[[National Portrait Gallery, London]]|date = 2005-01-05|url=http://www.npg.org.uk/live/search/person.asp?LinkID=mp02292|accessdate=2006-08-30}}   * [[Antoine François, comte de Fourcroy]], begins publication in [[Paris]] of the comprehensive chemistry textbook ''Système des connaissances chimiques et de leurs applications aux phénomènes de la nature et de l'art''.   * [[Antoine François, comte de Fourcroy]], begins publication in [[Paris]] of the comprehensive chemistry textbook ''Système des connaissances chimiques et de leurs applications aux phénomènes de la nature et de l'art''.   +   + ==Earth sciences==   + * October – [[Volcanic eruption]] of [[Mount Guntur]] in [[West Java]].       ==Exploration==   ==Exploration== [...]



Adobe RoboHelp

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Added a new section about Adobe RoboHelp Server that includes a link to the product website and a citation to a blog post about the latest release. ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 61: Line 61:   | X5 || 27 January 2004 || Three months after Macromedia completed its acquisition of eHelp Corporation, Macromedia announced RoboHelp X5 on 27 January 2004.{{Cite web|url=http://www.actionscript.org/resources/articles/352/1/Macromedia-announces-RoboHelp-X5/Page1.html|title=Macromedia announces RoboHelp X5|website=www.actionscript.org|access-date=2017-02-25}} This was the current version of RoboHelp when Adobe completed its acquisition of Macromedia.   | X5 || 27 January 2004 || Three months after Macromedia completed its acquisition of eHelp Corporation, Macromedia announced RoboHelp X5 on 27 January 2004.{{Cite web|url=http://www.actionscript.org/resources/articles/352/1/Macromedia-announces-RoboHelp-X5/Page1.html|title=Macromedia announces RoboHelp X5|website=www.actionscript.org|access-date=2017-02-25}} This was the current version of RoboHelp when Adobe completed its acquisition of Macromedia.   |-   |- − | 6.0 || 17 January 2007 || Adobe announced RoboHelp 6 on 17 January 2007.{{Cite news|url=http://creativepro.com/adobe-releases-major-upgrade-to-robohelp/|title=Adobe Releases Major Upgrade to RoboHelp - CreativePro.com|date=2007-01-17|newspaper=CreativePro.com|access-date=2017-02-25|language=en-US}} With this first Adobe-produced version, the X was dropped from the version number and thus was called RoboHelp 6. Enhancements include:{{Unordered list|Command-line compilation|User-defined variables|Build-tag usage reports|RoboSource Control 3|Microsoft Word import/export improvements|Includes Adobe Acrobat Elements}} + | 6.0 || 17 January 2007 || Adobe announced RoboHelp 6 on 17 January 2007.{{Cite news|url=http://creativepro.com/adobe-releases-major-upgrade-to-robohelp/|title=Adobe Releases Major Upgrade to RoboHelp - CreativePro.com|date=2007-01-17|newspaper=CreativePro.com|access-date=2017-02-25|language=en-US}} With this first Adobe-produced version, the X was dropped from the version number and thus was called RoboHelp 6. Enhancements include:{{Unordered list|Command-line compilation|User-defined variables|Build-tag usage reports|5=Microsoft Word import/export improvements|6=Includes Adobe Acrobat Elements}}   |-   |-   | 7.0 || 27 September 2007 || Adobe announced RoboHelp 7 on 27 September 2007.{{Cite news|url=http://blogs.adobe.com/techcomm/2007/09/adobe_robohelp_7.html|title=Adobe RoboHelp 7|last=Madan|first=Akshay|date=2007-09-27|newspaper=TechComm Central by Adobe|access-date=2017-02-25|language=en-US}} Enhancements include:{{Unordered list|Unicode support|Windows Vista and Office 2007 support|More flexible user interface|More refined editor}}   | 7.0 || 27 September 2007 || Adobe announced RoboHelp 7 on 27 September 2007.{{Cite news|url=http://blogs.adobe.com/techcomm/2007/09/adobe_robohelp_7.html|title=Adobe RoboHelp 7|last=Madan|first=Akshay|date=2007-09-27|newspaper=TechComm Central by Adobe|access-date=2017-02-25|language=en-US}} Enhancements include:{{Unordered lis[...]



Jared Goff

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← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 6: Line 6:   | alt =   | alt =   | caption = Goff in 2016   | caption = Goff in 2016 − | current_team = Los Angeles Rams + | current_team = New England Patriots − | number = 16 + | number = 17   | position = [[Quarterback]]   | position = [[Quarterback]]   | birth_date = {{Birth date and age|1994|10|14}}   | birth_date = {{Birth date and age|1994|10|14}} Line 22: Line 22:   | draftpick = [[List of first overall National Football League draft picks|1]]   | draftpick = [[List of first overall National Football League draft picks|1]]   | pastteams =   | pastteams = − * [[Los Angeles Rams]] ({{NFL Year|2016}}–present) + * [[New York Jets]] ({{NFL Year|2017}})*   + * [[New England Patriots ]] ({{NFL Year|2017}})   | status = Active   | status = Active   | highlights =   | highlights = [...]



User:Manojptpm

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User account Manojptpm was created




User talk:78.9.153.24

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Level 4 warning re. Suzuki Swift (HG) (3.1.22) ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 7: Line 7:       [[Image:Ambox warning pn.svg|25px|alt=|link=]] Please do not add [[Wikipedia:Citing sources|unsourced]] or [[Wikipedia:No original research|original content]]{{#if:Suzuki Swift|, as you did with [https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Suzuki%20Swift&diff=767377936 this edit] to [[:Suzuki Swift]]}}. Doing so violates Wikipedia's [[Wikipedia:Verifiability|verifiability policy]]. If you continue to do so, you will be [[Wikipedia:Blocking policy|blocked]] from editing Wikipedia. - [[User:Happysailor|'''Happysailor''']] [[User talk:Happysailor|(Talk)]] 15:26, 25 February 2017 (UTC)   [[Image:Ambox warning pn.svg|25px|alt=|link=]] Please do not add [[Wikipedia:Citing sources|unsourced]] or [[Wikipedia:No original research|original content]]{{#if:Suzuki Swift|, as you did with [https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Suzuki%20Swift&diff=767377936 this edit] to [[:Suzuki Swift]]}}. Doing so violates Wikipedia's [[Wikipedia:Verifiability|verifiability policy]]. If you continue to do so, you will be [[Wikipedia:Blocking policy|blocked]] from editing Wikipedia. - [[User:Happysailor|'''Happysailor''']] [[User talk:Happysailor|(Talk)]] 15:26, 25 February 2017 (UTC)   +   + [[File:Stop hand nuvola.svg|30px|alt=Stop icon]] You may be '''[[Wikipedia:Blocking policy|blocked from editing]] without further warning''' the next time you vandalize Wikipedia, as you did with [https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Suzuki%20Swift&diff=767385379 this edit] to [[:Suzuki Swift]]. [[User:Home Lander|Home Lander]] ([[User talk:Home Lander|talk]]) 16:14, 25 February 2017 (UTC) [...]



User:Lrush15/sandbox

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← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 15: Line 15:   | awards = Full list   | awards = Full list   }}   }} − '''Isabella Maeve Juliet Rossellini''', [[Order of the British Empire|OBE]] (born 23 September 1991) is an Irish-French actress, screenwriter, and film producer. She has received international acclaim and [[Cate Blanchett#Awards and achievements|many accolades]], including an [[Academy Award for Best Actress|Academy Award]] from five nominations, three [[Golden Globe Award|Golden Globe Awards]] from eight nominations, three [[British Academy Film Awards|BAFTA Film Awards]] from eight nominations and the [[Palme d'Or]] at the [[Cannes Film Festival]]. Rossellini is the first, and as of 2017, the only Irish actress to win an acting award at the Golden Globes and the BAFTAs. She made her professional acting debut as a teen in the [[Raidió Teilifís Éireann|RTÉ]] television film ''The Box'' (2008) directed by [[Lenny Abrahamson]]. The following year, she starred as Jenny Mellor in the British coming-of-age film [[An Education|''An Education'']], based on the memoir of journalist [[Lynn Barber]], receiving her first Academy Award nomination at age 18. Rossellini rose to worldwide prominence for her performance as princess Giselle in the [[The Walt Disney Company|Disney]]-animated film ''[[Enchanted (film)|Enchanted]]'' (2011), which grossed more than $425 million globally. + '''Isabella Maeve Juliet Rossellini''', [[Order of the British Empire|OBE]] (born 23 September 1991) is an Irish-French actress, screenwriter, and film producer. She has received international acclaim and [[Cate Blanchett#Awards and achievements|many accolades]], including an [[Academy Award for Best Actress|Academy Award]] from five nominations, three [[Golden Globe Award|Golden Globe Awards]] from eight nominations, three [[British Academy Film Awards|BAFTA Film Awards]] from eight nominations and the [[Palme d'Or]] at the [[Cannes Film Festival]]. Rossellini is the first, and as of 2017, the only Irish actress to win an acting award at the Golden Globes and the BAFTAs. She made her professional acting debut as a teen in the [[Raidió Teilifís Éireann|RTÉ]] television film ''The Box'' (2008) directed by [[Lenny Abrahamson]]. The following year, she played the lead role of Jenny Mellor in the British coming-of-age film [[An Education|''An Education'']], based on the memoir of journalist [[Lynn Barber]], receiving her first Academy Award nomination at age 18. Rossellini rose to worldwide prominence for her performance as princess Giselle in the [[The Walt Disney Company|Disney]]-animated film ''[[Enchanted (film)|Enchanted]]'' (2011), which grossed more than $425 million globally.       A four-time Oscar nominee in the acting categories, Rossellini's other nominated roles include [[Blue Valentine (film)|''Blue Valentine'']] (2012), ''[[Gone Girl (film)|Gone Girl]]'' (2014), and ''[[Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind]]'' (2015), the latter for which she also earned an [[Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay]]. Her performances in ''[[Never Let Me Go (2010 film)|Never Let Me Go]]'' (2010), ''[[Martha Ma[...]



Suzuki Swift

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Reverted edits by 78.9.153.24 (talk) (HG) (3.1.22) ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 2: Line 2:   {{use dmy dates|date=March 2016}}   {{use dmy dates|date=March 2016}}   {{Infobox automobile   {{Infobox automobile − | name = Suzuki Swift + | name = Suzuki Swift − | image = The frontview of Suzuki SWIFT HYBRID RS (DAA-ZC53S).jpg + | image = The frontview of Suzuki SWIFT HYBRID RS (DAA-ZC53S).jpg   | manufacturer = [[Suzuki]]   | manufacturer = [[Suzuki]] − | production = 1983–present + | production = 1983–present − | predecessor = [[Suzuki Cultus]] + | predecessor = [[Suzuki Cultus]] − | class = [[Supermini]] + | class = [[Supermini]] − | layout = [[Front-engine, front-wheel drive layout|Front-engine, front-wheel drive]] + | layout = [[Front-engine, front-wheel drive layout|Front-engine, front-wheel drive]] − | sp = us + | sp = us   }}   }}     [...]



George Grey Barnard

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← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 35: Line 35:       Barnard died following a heart attack on April 24, 1938 at the Harkness Pavilion, [[Columbia University Medical Center]] in [[New York City|New York]]. He was working on a statue of [[Abel]], betrayed by his brother [[Cain]], when he fell ill. He is interred at [[Harrisburg Cemetery]] in [[Harrisburg, Pennsylvania]].   Barnard died following a heart attack on April 24, 1938 at the Harkness Pavilion, [[Columbia University Medical Center]] in [[New York City|New York]]. He was working on a statue of [[Abel]], betrayed by his brother [[Cain]], when he fell ill. He is interred at [[Harrisburg Cemetery]] in [[Harrisburg, Pennsylvania]]. − {{clear}} +   ==Selected works==   ==Selected works==   [[File:Struggle of the Two Natures in Man 01.jpg|thumb|''Struggle of the Two Natures in Man'' (marble, 1892-94), Metropolitan Museum of Art.]]   [[File:Struggle of the Two Natures in Man 01.jpg|thumb|''Struggle of the Two Natures in Man'' (marble, 1892-94), Metropolitan Museum of Art.]] Line 66: Line 66:   * ''Adam and Eve Fountain]'' (1923) [[Kykuit]], Pocantico Hills, New York.   * ''Adam and Eve Fountain]'' (1923) [[Kykuit]], Pocantico Hills, New York.   * ''The Refugee'' (marble, by 1930), Metropolitan Museum of Art.[http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/10104 ''The Refugee''], from Metropolitan Museum of Art.   * ''The Refugee'' (marble, by 1930), Metropolitan Museum of Art.[http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/10104 ''The Refugee''], from Metropolitan Museum of Art.   + {{clear}}       File:Langesund Kirke (gravmæle).JPG|''Brotherly Love'' (1886-87), Langesund, Norway.   File:Langesund Kirke (gravmæle).JPG|''Brotherly Love'' (1886-87), Langesund, Norway. [...]



Country Girl (Black Sabbath song)

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Created page with '"Country Girl" is a Heavy Metal song by UK based rock band Black Sabbath from their 1981 album Mob Rules. {{Inf...'

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"Country Girl" is a [[Heavy metal music|Heavy Metal]] song by UK based rock band [[Black Sabbath]] from their 1981 album [[Mob Rules (album)|Mob Rules]].

{{Infobox song|Name=Country Girl|Cover=http://www.feelnumb.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/black-sabbath-mob-rules-kill-ozzy-album-cover-Greg-Hildebrandt.jpg|Artist=[[Black Sabbath]]|Album=[[Mob Rules]]|EP=|English_title=Country Girl|Released=1981|Format=|Recorded=|Genre=[[Heavy Metal]]|Length=4:03|Label=[[Warner Bros.]]|Writer=[[Ronnie James Dio]] (vocals), [[Tony Iommi]] (guitar), [[Geezer Butler]] (bass), [[Vinnie Appice]] (drums)|Producer=}}



McCall School

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Redirected page to George A. McCall School

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#redirect [[George A. McCall School]]



Destined to be Yours

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VANDALISMS MADE BY ORIPAYPAYKIM ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 5: Line 5:   | show_name_2 =   | show_name_2 =   | genre = {{Plainlist|   | genre = {{Plainlist| − * [[Romance film|Romantic Tragedy]]
[[Comedy]]
[[Drama]] + * [[Romance film|Romance]]
[[Comedy]]
[[Drama]]   }}   }}   | creator = {{Plainlist|   | creator = {{Plainlist| [...]



James Cummins (author)

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‎Contemporary career: and another ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 33: Line 33:   ==Contemporary career==   ==Contemporary career==   [[File:James Cummins at 2012 release of Midas Touch.jpg|thumb|right|210px|James Cummins at the 2012 launch of ''The Midas Touch'' in Montreal, Quebec]]   [[File:James Cummins at 2012 release of Midas Touch.jpg|thumb|right|210px|James Cummins at the 2012 launch of ''The Midas Touch'' in Montreal, Quebec]] − [[File:Ambrosia - About A Culture (James Cummins book - front cover).jpg|thumb|left|185px|''Ambrosia: About a Culture'' by James Cummins]]     In 2007 Cummins was the co-author of the autobiography of [[House music]] founder [[Jesse Saunders]], entitled ''House Music... The Real Story''.{{cite web |url=http://blackgrooves.org/house-music-the-real-story/ |title=House Music- The Real Story |date=June 10, 2008 |accessdate=October 11, 2012}} ''Nu Soul Magazine'' wrote that "the book is more than a simple biography. It also acts as an examination of dance music itself".{{cite news |url=http://blog.nu-soulmag.com/?p=132 |publisher=''Nu-Soul Magazine'' |date=February 23, 2008 |accessdate=October 11, 2012 |title=House Music: The Real Story Book Review}}   In 2007 Cummins was the co-author of the autobiography of [[House music]] founder [[Jesse Saunders]], entitled ''House Music... The Real Story''.{{cite web |url=http://blackgrooves.org/house-music-the-real-story/ |title=House Music- The Real Story |date=June 10, 2008 |accessdate=October 11, 2012}} ''Nu Soul Magazine'' wrote that "the book is more than a simple biography. It also acts as an examination of dance music itself".{{cite news |url=http://blog.nu-soulmag.com/?p=132 |publisher=''Nu-Soul Magazine'' |date=February 23, 2008 |accessdate=October 11, 2012 |title=House Music: The Real Story Book Review}}   Cummins was then awarded the 2009 Canadian Authors Association's [[BookTelevision]] Emerging Writer Award for his book ''Ambrosia: About a Culture''—the award was given to that year's "Canadian (or landed immigrant) writer under 30 deemed to show most promise in the field of literary creation".{{cite web |title=CAA-BookTelevision Emerging Writer Award Winners |url=http://www.canauthors.org/awards/booktv.html |publisher=Canadian Authors Association |accessdate=October 11, 2012}} The book is a history of the culture and music of Electronica, based on several hundred personal interviews with individuals in the DJ and electronic music industry.{{cite book |page=About the Author: Interior |title=Ambrosia: About a Culture |author=James Cummins |publisher=Clark-Nova Books |year=2009}} ''[[Excalibur (newspaper)|Excalibur]]'' reviewed the book stating that, "Even if you don’t know a thing about the genre, this book will open up your eyes to the culture, giving you a closer look at the origins of the music and the artists b[...]



List of heads of state of Bulgaria

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Undid revision 767381442 by 212.233.136.179 (talk) Someone dying in office is significant enough to be written down ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 179: Line 179:   | —   | —   | 27 May 1950   | 27 May 1950 − | 27 November 1958
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(Died in Office)   | {{age in years and days|1950|5|27|1958|11|27}}   | {{age in years and days|1950|5|27|1958|11|27}}   | [[Bulgarian Communist Party]]   | [[Bulgarian Communist Party]] Line 203: Line 203:   | —   | —   | 30 November 1958   | 30 November 1958 − | 20 April 1964
([[Died]]) + | 20 April 1964
(Died in Office)   | {{age in years and days|1958|11|30|1964|4|20}}   | {{age in years and days|1958|11|30|1964|4|20}}   | [[Bulgarian Communist Party]]   | [[Bulgarian Communist Party]] [...]



Hoppy the Marvel Bunny

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‎Fictional character biography ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 71: Line 71:   Hoppy's stories occasionally feature his girlfriend Millie, who (like [[Lois Lane]]) despises the meek Hoppy but worships the heroic Captain Marvel Bunny. Millie has no idea that Hoppy could become the Marvel Bunny.   Hoppy's stories occasionally feature his girlfriend Millie, who (like [[Lois Lane]]) despises the meek Hoppy but worships the heroic Captain Marvel Bunny. Millie has no idea that Hoppy could become the Marvel Bunny.     − Another noteworthy foe appeared in ''Fawcett's Funny Animals'' #32 (Oct–Nov 1945). In the lead story of that issue, Hoppy faces Captain Black Bunny, who is based on Captain Marvel's foe [[Black Adam]]. Captain Black Bunny wears a black costume similar to Black Adam's, though the bad bunny wears a cape like Hoppy and instead of a lightning bolt he has a yellow flame on his chest. Captain Black Bunny comes from deep within the Earth's core and is aided by a gang of imps. + A noteworthy foe appeared in ''Fawcett's Funny Animals'' #32 (Oct–Nov 1945). In the lead story of that issue, Hoppy faces Captain Black Bunny, who is based on Captain Marvel's foe [[Black Adam]]. Captain Black Bunny wears a black costume similar to Black Adam's, though the bad bunny wears a cape like Hoppy and instead of a lightning bolt he has a yellow flame on his chest. Captain Black Bunny comes from deep within the Earth's core and is aided by a gang of imps.       In Hoppy's first appearance in DC Comics (in ''DC Comics Presents'' #34), Hoppy and Millie find themselves magically transported to Earth-S, the home of the Marvel Family in the [[Crisis on Infinite Earths|Pre-Crisis]] DC Universe. He aids the Marvel Family and [[Superman]] against [[Mr. Mind]], [[Mr. Mxyzptlk]], and [[King Kull (DC Comics)|King Kull]]. In this story both Hoppy and Millie were depicted as white bunnies, instead of their usual pink.   In Hoppy's first appearance in DC Comics (in ''DC Comics Presents'' #34), Hoppy and Millie find themselves magically transported to Earth-S, the home of the Marvel Family in the [[Crisis on Infinite Earths|Pre-Crisis]] DC Universe. He aids the Marvel Family and [[Superman]] against [[Mr. Mind]], [[Mr. Mxyzptlk]], and [[King Kull (DC Comics)|King Kull]]. In this story both Hoppy and Millie were depicted as white bunnies, instead of their usual pink. [...]



BMW N63

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‎S63 ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 80: Line 80:   * 2017– [[BMW 5 Series (G30)|G30]] [[BMW 5 Series|M550i]] [[BMW 5 Series|xDrive]]   * 2017– [[BMW 5 Series (G30)|G30]] [[BMW 5 Series|M550i]] [[BMW 5 Series|xDrive]]     − ==S63== + ==S63 BMW Motorsport Versions==   [[File:BMW X5M Engine.JPG|250px|thumb|right|The S63 engine cover]]   [[File:BMW X5M Engine.JPG|250px|thumb|right|The S63 engine cover]]   The S63 is [[BMW M|BMW's Motorsport division]] version of the N63, which debuted in the [[BMW X6#X6 M|BMW X6 M]]. The S63 uses two twin-scroll turbochargers plus a pulse tuned, cross-engine exhaust manifold to keep constant exhaust pulses flowing to the turbos at every 180 degree rotation.   The S63 is [[BMW M|BMW's Motorsport division]] version of the N63, which debuted in the [[BMW X6#X6 M|BMW X6 M]]. The S63 uses two twin-scroll turbochargers plus a pulse tuned, cross-engine exhaust manifold to keep constant exhaust pulses flowing to the turbos at every 180 degree rotation. [...]



List of Louisiana blues musicians

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add one ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 7: Line 7:   *[[Lonnie Brooks]]   *[[Lonnie Brooks]]   *[[Tab Benoit]]   *[[Tab Benoit]]   + *[[Mia Borders]]   *[[Clarence Edwards (blues musician)|Clarence Edwards]]   *[[Clarence Edwards (blues musician)|Clarence Edwards]]   *[[Larry Garner]]   *[[Larry Garner]] [...]



Saviours' Day

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refs ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 3: Line 3:   '''Saviours' Day''' is a [[holiday]] of the [[Nation of Islam]] commemorating the birth of its founder, Master [[Wallace Fard Muhammad]] (W. D. Fard), officially stated to be February 26, 1877. It was established by [[Elijah Muhammad]].   '''Saviours' Day''' is a [[holiday]] of the [[Nation of Islam]] commemorating the birth of its founder, Master [[Wallace Fard Muhammad]] (W. D. Fard), officially stated to be February 26, 1877. It was established by [[Elijah Muhammad]].     − The Community of [[Imam]] [[Warith Deen Mohammed]] ([[American Society of Muslims]]) observed a similar celebration, observed on the last weekend in the month of February. [[Warith Deen Mohammed]] (son of Elijah Muhammad) changed the name of the celebration to Survival Day in 1976'''Time Magazine''' March 14, 1977, ''Conversion of the Muslims'' http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,947278,00.html? and then to Ethnic Survival Day from 1979 to 1980 and made it a week long celebration. The change formed part of his rejection of his father's portrayal of Fard as a divine savior.W. Deen Mohammed, ''Evolution of a Community'', WDM Publications, 1995, ISBN 0964934108Marshall, A., ''Louis Farrakhan: Made In America''. BSB Publishing, 1996. Warith Deen Mohammed eventually discontinued the celebration of Survival Day for his community and eventually returned to the celebration of Saviours' Day with the emphasis being on the history of the Nation of Islam and Elijah Muhammad and not W. D. Fard. Warith Deen Mohammed re-instituted Saviours' Day for his community on Feb 26, 2000, after joining the Nation of Islam's Saviours' Day that year. + The Community of [[Imam]] [[Warith Deen Mohammed]] ([[American Society of Muslims]]) observed a similar celebration, observed on the last weekend in the month of February. [[Warith Deen Mohammed]] (son of Elijah Muhammad) changed the name of the celebration to Survival Day in 1976''Time Magazine'' March 14, 1977, [http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,947278,00.html? Conversion of the Muslims] and then to Ethnic Survival Day from 1979 to 1980 and made it a week long celebration. The change formed part of his rejection of his father's portrayal of Fard as a divine savior.W. Deen Mohammed, ''Evolution of a Community'', WDM Publications, 1995, ISBN 0964934108Marshall, A., ''Louis Farrakhan: Made In America''. BSB Publishing, 1996. Warith Deen Mohammed eventually discontinued the celebration of Survival Day for his community and eventually returned to the celebration of Saviours' Day with the emphasis being on the history of the Nation of Islam and Elijah Muhammad and not W. D. Fard. Warith Deen Mohammed re-instituted Saviours' Day for his community [...]



Stratosphere

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Reverted edits by 80.234.219.216 (talk) (HG) (3.1.22) ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 70: Line 70:   * [[RQ-4 Global Hawk]]   * [[RQ-4 Global Hawk]]   * [[Service ceiling]]   * [[Service ceiling]] − suck me         == References ==   == References == [...]



Woodbury University

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← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 22: Line 22:   '''Woodbury University''' is a [[private university|private]], [[non-profit]], [[coeducational]], [[nonsectarian]] university located in [[Burbank, California|Burbank]], [[Los Angeles County]]; and a satellite campus in [[San Diego, California|San Diego]], both in southern [[California]]. It offers undergraduate and graduate degrees from four schools: Architecture; Business; Media, Culture & Design; and Liberal Arts.[http://woodbury.edu Woodbury.edu: Homepage]   '''Woodbury University''' is a [[private university|private]], [[non-profit]], [[coeducational]], [[nonsectarian]] university located in [[Burbank, California|Burbank]], [[Los Angeles County]]; and a satellite campus in [[San Diego, California|San Diego]], both in southern [[California]]. It offers undergraduate and graduate degrees from four schools: Architecture; Business; Media, Culture & Design; and Liberal Arts.[http://woodbury.edu Woodbury.edu: Homepage]     − In recent years, the university has come into heavy debt, due to declining enrollment.{{cite web |title=Moody's revises Woodbury University, CA's outlook to negative; affirms Baa3|url=https://www.moodys.com/research/Moodys-revises-Woodbury-University-CAs-outlook-to-negative-affirms-Baa3--PR_288248|}} + In recent years, declining enrollment has stressed operating performance for this highly tuition dependent university.[2]       ==History==   ==History== [...]



User:Peetred/sandbox

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‎Rebellion of 1088 ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 77: Line 77:       ===Rebellion of 1088===   ===Rebellion of 1088=== − Following the death of William the Conqueror in 1087, [[William Rufus]] took the kingship in 1088, separating it from his brother [[Robert Curthose]], who remained Duke of Normandy.{{harvnb|Lowerson|1980|p=48}} To achieve this Rufus had to secure Sussex and Kent against a retaliatory strike by Robert. The lord of the rape of Lewes, [[William de Warenne, 1st Earl of Surrey|William de Warenne]], supported Rufus; [[Robert, Count of Mortain|Robert de Mortain]], lord of the rape of Pevensey, supported Robert; [[Roger de Montgomerie, 1st Earl of Shrewsbury|Roger de Montgomery]], lord of the rape of Arundel, waited, initially supporting Robert but later switching his support to Rufus. The forces of Rufus and de Warenne surrounded Pevensey Castle in a six-week siege, starving the inhabitants and capturing the rebel leader Odo and Robert de Mortain. De Warenne, lord of Lewes, was mortally wounded at the siege of [[Pevensey Castle]] and died on 24 June 1088 at [[Lewes]].G. E. Cokayne, ''The Complete Peerage'', vol. xii/1 (The St. Catherine Press, London, 1953), pp. 494–95.Hyde Abbey, ''Liber Monasterii de Hyda: Comprising a Chronicle of the affairs of England'', ed. Edward Edwards (Longmans, Green, Reader, and Dyer, London, 1866), p. 299. + Following the death of William the Conqueror in 1087, [[William Rufus]] took the kingship in 1088, separating it from his brother [[Robert Curthose]], who remained Duke of Normandy.{{harvnb|Lowerson|1980|p=48}} To achieve this Rufus had to secure Sussex and Kent against a retaliatory strike by Robert. The lord of the rape of Lewes, [[William de Warenne, 1st Earl of Surrey|William de Warenne]], supported Rufus; [[Robert, Count of Mortain|Robert de Mortain]], lord of the rape of Pevensey, supported Robert; [[Roger de Montgomerie, 1st Earl of Shrewsbury|Roger de Montgomery]], lord of the rape of Arundel, waited, initially supporting Robert but later switching his support to Rufus. The forces of Rufus and de Warenne surrounded [[Pevensey Castle]] in a six-week siege, starving the inhabitants and capturing the rebel leader Odo and Robert de Mortain. De Warenne, lord of Lewes, was mortally wounded at Pevensey, dying at [[Lewes]] on 24 June 1088 .G. E. Cokayne, ''The Complete Peerage'', vol. xii/1 (The St. Catherine Press, London, 1953), pp. 494–95.Hyde Abbey, ''Liber Monasterii de Hyda: Comprising a Chronicle of the affairs of England'', ed. Edward Edwards (Longmans, Green, Reader, and Dyer, London, 1866), p. 299.       ===The Anarchy===  [...]



The Hardest Day

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‎Lunchtime engagement ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 141: Line 141:   The attack was to be part of a coordinated pincer movement against the airfields. Ju 88s from II./KG 76 were to dive-bomb buildings and hangars from high-altitude first. Five minutes later, 27 Do 17s from I. and II./KG 76 would level-bomb from high altitude to crater the runways and landing grounds while knocking out its defences. ''9 Staffel'' KG 76, the specialist low-level strike unit, would go in and finish off any buildings still standing.Parker 2000, p. 225. It was a bold and imaginative plan. If it worked, it would wreck Kenley from end-to-end. The high-flying bombers would have full fighter escort but the low-flying bombers would have to use stealth to avoid interception to and from the target area. The operation began at 09:00 but was postponed because of heavy haze reducing visibility up to 4,000 feet.Price 2010, pp. 62–63.   The attack was to be part of a coordinated pincer movement against the airfields. Ju 88s from II./KG 76 were to dive-bomb buildings and hangars from high-altitude first. Five minutes later, 27 Do 17s from I. and II./KG 76 would level-bomb from high altitude to crater the runways and landing grounds while knocking out its defences. ''9 Staffel'' KG 76, the specialist low-level strike unit, would go in and finish off any buildings still standing.Parker 2000, p. 225. It was a bold and imaginative plan. If it worked, it would wreck Kenley from end-to-end. The high-flying bombers would have full fighter escort but the low-flying bombers would have to use stealth to avoid interception to and from the target area. The operation began at 09:00 but was postponed because of heavy haze reducing visibility up to 4,000 feet.Price 2010, pp. 62–63.     − In the intervening time, a few skirmishes took place between RAF fighters and German reconnaissance aircraft. A ''[[Lehrgeschwader 2]]'' (LG 2) Bf 110 was shot down in the morning.Mackay 2000, p. 54. At 11:00 {{not a typo|KG}} 1's formations took off and the main formations headed out to sea. The form-up was more difficult for KG 76 and its Do 17s and Ju 88s. Their bases in and around [[Calais]] were covered in 8/10ths cloud cover with a base of 6,500 feet which reached to 10,000 feet. As the bombers climbed through the haze the formation soon lost cohesion. Valuable time was lost as they reformed. Unfortunately the Do 17s of I. and III./KG 76 had overtaken the III./KG 76 Ju 88s which should have been ahead of them by five minutes. These delay had serious consequences for ''9 Staffel'' KG 76. User talk:80.234.219.216

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The Face Thailand (season 3)

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‎Episodes ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 182: Line 182:   * '''Winning coach and team:''' ''' Marsha Vadhanapanich   * '''Winning coach and team:''' ''' Marsha Vadhanapanich   * '''Bottom two:''' Blossom Roongpetchrat & Metploy Jenjobjing   * '''Bottom two:''' Blossom Roongpetchrat & Metploy Jenjobjing − * '''Eliminated:''' Metploy Jenjobjing + * '''Eliminated:''' Metploy Jenjobjing   +   + === Episode 5 ===   + ''First aired March 4, 2017''   +   + * '''Winning coach and team:''' '''   + * '''Bottom two:''' &   + * '''Eliminated:'''       == Summaries ==   == Summaries == [...]



Talk:Vehicle door

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‎Requested move 23 February 2017: r ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 55: Line 55:   *'''Oppose move to [[Car door]]'''. Should be Automobile door or left as Vehicle door, per [[WP:NATURALDIS]]. Car is simply a poor word choice, and worse as a title. - [[User:KitchM|KitchM]] ([[User talk:KitchM|talk]]) 17:20, 24 February 2017 (UTC)   *'''Oppose move to [[Car door]]'''. Should be Automobile door or left as Vehicle door, per [[WP:NATURALDIS]]. Car is simply a poor word choice, and worse as a title. - [[User:KitchM|KitchM]] ([[User talk:KitchM|talk]]) 17:20, 24 February 2017 (UTC)   **[[User:KitchM|​]]"Automobile" is a chiefly North American term while "car" is used pretty much everywhere. The main article is at [[car]] so it seems odd that this article should use a regional variant. Why is car a poor choice? — [[User talk:AjaxSmack| '''AjaxSmack''' ]] 23:13, 24 February 2017 (UTC)   **[[User:KitchM|​]]"Automobile" is a chiefly North American term while "car" is used pretty much everywhere. The main article is at [[car]] so it seems odd that this article should use a regional variant. Why is car a poor choice? — [[User talk:AjaxSmack| '''AjaxSmack''' ]] 23:13, 24 February 2017 (UTC)   + *'''Nominator comment''': I have no problem with '''[[Car door]]''' but if that's the consensus, shouldn't [[Hood (car)]] be renamed to [[Car hood]]? — [[User:Train2104|Train2104]] ([[User talk:Train2104|t]] • [[Special:Contributions/Train2104|c]]) 16:14, 25 February 2017 (UTC) [...]



2016–17 Vijay Hazare Trophy Group B

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‎Round 1 ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 95: Line 95:   | runs2 =   | runs2 =   | wickets2 =   | wickets2 = − | result = + | result = Tamil Nadu won by 42 runs   | report = [http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/engine/match/1053713.html Scorecard]   | report = [http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/engine/match/1053713.html Scorecard]   | venue =   | venue = Line 118: Line 118:   | runs2 =   | runs2 =   | wickets2 =   | wickets2 = − | result = + | result = Maharashtra won by 25 runs   | report = [http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/engine/match/1053715.html Scorecard]   | report = [http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/engine/match/1053715.html Scorecard]   | venue =   | venue = Line 141: Line 141:   | runs2 =   | runs2 =   | wickets2 =   | wickets2 = − | result = + | result = Tripura won by 2 wickets   | report = [http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/engine/match/1053717.html Scorecard]   | report = [http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/engine/match/1053717.html Scorecard]   | venue =   | venue = [...]



The Fountainhead

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‎Publication history: clean up using AWB ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 93: Line 93:   Although she was a previously published novelist and had a [[Night of January 16th|successful Broadway play]], Rand had difficulty finding a publisher for ''The Fountainhead''. [[Macmillan Publishing]], which had published ''We the Living'', rejected the book after Rand insisted they provide more publicity for her new novel than they did for the first one.{{harvnb|Branden|1986|p=155}} Rand's agent began submitting the book to other publishers. In 1938, [[Alfred A. Knopf|Knopf]] signed a contract to publish the book. When Rand was only a quarter done with manuscript by October 1940, Knopf canceled her contract.{{harvnb|Burns|2009|p=52}} Several other publishers rejected the book. Rand's agent began to criticize the novel. Rand fired her agent and decided to handle submissions herself.{{harvnb|Burns|2009|p=68}}   Although she was a previously published novelist and had a [[Night of January 16th|successful Broadway play]], Rand had difficulty finding a publisher for ''The Fountainhead''. [[Macmillan Publishing]], which had published ''We the Living'', rejected the book after Rand insisted they provide more publicity for her new novel than they did for the first one.{{harvnb|Branden|1986|p=155}} Rand's agent began submitting the book to other publishers. In 1938, [[Alfred A. Knopf|Knopf]] signed a contract to publish the book. When Rand was only a quarter done with manuscript by October 1940, Knopf canceled her contract.{{harvnb|Burns|2009|p=52}} Several other publishers rejected the book. Rand's agent began to criticize the novel. Rand fired her agent and decided to handle submissions herself.{{harvnb|Burns|2009|p=68}}     − While Rand was working as a script reader for [[Paramount Pictures]], her boss there put her in touch with the [[Bobbs-Merrill Company]]. A recently hired editor, Archibald Ogden, liked the book, but two internal reviewers gave conflicting opinions about it. One said it was a great book that would never sell; the other said it was trash but would sell well. Ogden's boss, Bobbs-Merrill president D.L. Chambers, decided to reject the book. Ogden responded by [[Telegraphy|wiring]] to the head office, "If this is not the book for you, then I am not the editor for you." His strong stand got a contract for Rand on December 10, 1941. She also got a $1000 [[Advance against royalties|advance]] so she could work full-time to complete the novel by January 1, 1943.Ralston[...]



User:ミランブラジル/sandbox

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‎Decline ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:14, 25 February 2017 Line 2: Line 2:       ===Decline===   ===Decline=== − The newly created [[Amtrak]], took over nationwide passenger rail operations the next day.{{Cite book |title=Nationwide Schedule of Intercity Passenger Service |date=May 1, 1975 |publisher=Amtrak |page=15}} Amtrak continued to operate a New York-to-Chicago train until January 1972, the ''[[Lake Shore]]'', which had a station stop in Erie starting in November 1971. However, the poor condition of the track between Buffalo and Chicago, as well as the service's general lack of profitability, led to the ''Lake Shore''{{'}}s demise.{{Cite news |last=Grazier |first=Jack |date=Mar 26, 1971 |title=Why Erie Was Left Out of Railpax |newspaper=Erie Daily Times |page=15}}{{Cite book |title=Nationwide Schedules of Intercity Passenger Service |date=Nov 14, 1971 |publisher=Amtrak |page=60}} Erie remained devoid of any passenger rail service until Amtrak reintroduced the former New York Central train, the ''Lake Shore Limited'', on November 30, 1975.{{Cite book |title=All-America Schedules |date=Nov 30, 1975 |publisher=Amtrak |page=36}} + Amtrak continued to operate a New York-to-Chicago train until January 1972, the ''[[Lake Shore]]'', which had a station stop in Erie starting in November 1971. However, the poor condition of the track between Buffalo and Chicago, as well as the service's general lack of profitability, led to the ''Lake Shore''{{'}}s demise.{{Cite news |last=Grazier |first=Jack |date=Mar 26, 1971 |title=Why Erie Was Left Out of Railpax |newspaper=Erie Daily Times |page=15}}{{Cite book |title=Nationwide Schedules of Intercity Passenger Service |date=Nov 14, 1971 |publisher=Amtrak |page=60}} Erie remained devoid of any passenger rail service until Amtrak reintroduced the former New York Central train, the ''Lake Shore Limited'', on November 30, 1975.{{Cite book |title=All-America Schedules |date=Nov 30, 1975 |publisher=Amtrak |page=36}}       During that time, upkeep of Union Station became neglected by the railroads, and the station gradually deteriorated from its heyday. The presence of dirt, trash, and [[human waste]] were a normal occurrence at the station.{{Sfn|Felong|1988|p=6K}}{{Cite news |last=Booth |first=Jim |title=Once-Grand Union Station Now a Shelter for Derelicts |date=Feb 15, 1982 |new[...]