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Alopecorhinus

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Alopecognathus

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Scymnosaurus

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Talk:Scymnosaurus

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Talk:Scylacorhinus

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Tamboeria

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User talk:Jdub2020

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‎Season 8 (2015-2016) ← Previous revision Revision as of 01:14, 28 May 2017 Line 3,305: Line 3,305:   |OriginalAirDate= April 6, 2016   |OriginalAirDate= April 6, 2016   |ProdCode= 821   |ProdCode= 821 − |ShortSummary= When Brandy is stuck being Destiny's assistant after losing a bet they made she, along with Blake, Zeke, Jenny, Hector, Rodney, Nicole, and Jeremy try to win a private concert from Chris Brown by finding all the letters to Breezy (His nickname) under ice cream cartons as a way to free Destiny from Brandy. They have all the letters except for the "z" so they get it from a little boy, but he says that Nicole and Jenny must kiss him, and he has to be invited to the Chris Brown concert. In the end, Chris Brown performs his hit single "[[Liquor (song)|Liquor]]" when they have the private concert and Brandy locks the little boy outside the house during the concert, but Destiny, who, feeling sympathy for him, offers him to kiss her, to which he replies "gross" and promptly leaves. + |ShortSummary= When Brandy is stuck being Destiny's assistant after losing a bet they made she, along with Blake, Zeke, Calvin, Jenny, Hector, Rodney, Nicole, and Jeremy try to win a private concert from Chris Brown by finding all the letters to Breezy (His nickname) under ice cream cartons as a way to free Destiny from Brandy. They have all the letters except for the "z" so they get it from a little boy, but he says that Nicole and Jenny must kiss him, and he has to be invited to the Chris Brown concert. In the end, Chris Brown performs his hit single "[[Liquor (song)|Liquor]]" when they have the private concert and Brandy locks the little boy outside the house during the concert, but Destiny, who, feeling sympathy for him, offers him to kiss her, to which he replies "gross" and promptly leaves.       '''Special guest star''': [[Chris Brown]] as himself.   '''Special guest star''': [[Chris Brown]] as himself. [...]



Talk:Alopecognathus

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Talk:Alopecorhinus

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Talk:Tamboeria

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Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Scylacorhinus

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Closing debate, result was keep (non-admin closure) ← Previous revision Revision as of 01:14, 28 May 2017 Line 1: Line 1:   +
  + :''The following discussion is an archived debate of the proposed deletion of the article below. '''Please do not modify it.''' Subsequent comments should be made on the appropriate discussion page (such as the article's [[Help:Using talk pages|talk page]] or in a [[Wikipedia:Deletion review|deletion review]]). No further edits should be made to this page.''   +   +   + The result was '''keep'''. ([[Wikipedia:Non-admin closure|non-admin closure]]) '''[[User:Anarchyte|Anarchyte]] ([[Special:Contributions/Anarchyte|work]] | [[User talk:Anarchyte|talk]])''' 01:14, 28 May 2017 (UTC)   ===[[:Scylacorhinus]]===   ===[[:Scylacorhinus]]=== − {{REMOVE THIS TEMPLATE WHEN CLOSING THIS AfD|T}} +       :{{la|Scylacorhinus}} – ([[Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Scylacorhinus|View AfD]][[Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Log/2017 May 20#{{anchorencode:Scylacorhinus}}|View log]]{{int:dot-separator}} [https://tools.wmflabs.org/jackbot/snottywong/cgi-bin/votecounter.cgi?page=Wikipedia:Articles_for_deletion/Scylacorhinus Stats])   :{{la|Scylacorhinus}} – ([[Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Scylacorhinus|View AfD]][[Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Log/2017 May 20#{{anchorencode:Scylacorhinus}}|View log]]{{int:dot-separator}} [https://tools.wmflabs.org/jackbot/snottywong/cgi-bin/votecounter.cgi?page=Wikipedia:Articles_for_deletion/Scylacorhinus Stats]) Line 18: Line 25:   *'''Speedy Keep''' Every genus deserves its article. --[[User:Snek01|Snek01]] ([[User talk:Snek01|talk]]) 12:16, 21 May 2017 (UTC)   *'''Speedy Keep''' Every genus deserves its article. --[[User:Snek01|Snek01]] ([[User talk:Snek01|talk]]) 12:16, 21 May 2017 (UTC)   *'''Comment''' I strongly disagree with "speedy keep; every genus is notable". This genus appears to have only been described in one book, over 100 years ago, as a result of a single extinct specimen. The bulk delete may be unreasonable though, some of the other cases may be different. [[User:Power~enwiki|Power~enwiki]] ([[User talk:Power~enwiki|talk]]) 18:39, 21 May 2017 (UTC)   *'''Comment''' I strongly disagree with "speedy keep; every genus is notable". This genus appears to have only been described in one book, over 100 years ago, as a result of a single extinct specimen. The bulk delete may be unreasonable though, some of the other cases may be different. [...]



Holy Ghost Tent Revival

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Fixed the date in which the band was formed ← Previous revision Revision as of 01:14, 28 May 2017 Line 18: Line 18:   }}   }}     − '''[http://www.holyghosttentrevival.com/ Holy Ghost Tent Revival]''' is an American horn-driven [[rock and roll]] band with [[blues]] and [[folk rock|folk]] leanings. Formed in [[North Carolina]] in 2007, current members are Stephen Murray, [http://www.dulcisings.com/ Dulci Ellenberger], Kevin Williams, Matt Martin, Ross Montsinger, Henry Widmer and Charlie Humphrey. They've released three well-received studio albums, and the band tours frequently; in 2010 that included approximately 300 shows per year, including festivals such as [[Shakori Hills Grassroots Festival]], [[Bristol Rhythm & Roots]], [[Floyd Fest]] and [[Wakarusa Music and Camping Festival|Wakarusa]]. ''[[Paste Magazine]]'' described their style as "[[soul music|soul]]-inspired rock that maintains a rootsy sound, brightened by warm swells of horns and rich harmonies.” + '''[http://www.holyghosttentrevival.com/ Holy Ghost Tent Revival]''' is an American horn-driven [[rock and roll]] band with [[blues]] and [[folk rock|folk]] leanings. Formed in [[North Carolina]] in 2008, current members are Stephen Murray, [http://www.dulcisings.com/ Dulci Ellenberger], Kevin Williams, Matt Martin, Ross Montsinger, Henry Widmer and Charlie Humphrey. They've released three well-received studio albums, and the band tours frequently; in 2010 that included approximately 300 shows per year, including festivals such as [[Shakori Hills Grassroots Festival]], [[Bristol Rhythm & Roots]], [[Floyd Fest]] and [[Wakarusa Music and Camping Festival|Wakarusa]]. ''[[Paste Magazine]]'' described their style as "[[soul music|soul]]-inspired rock that maintains a rootsy sound, brightened by warm swells of horns and rich harmonies.”       == History==   == History== [...]



Talk:White Helmets (Syrian Civil War)

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‎Coordination Office = Headquarters?: new section ← Previous revision Revision as of 01:14, 28 May 2017 Line 599: Line 599:   === Discussion ===   === Discussion ===   Please see discussion in [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk:White_Helmets_(Syrian_Civil_War)#Disposing_a_body this] section. Further comments can be added below. [[User:Kingsindian|Kingsindian]] [[User Talk: Kingsindian|♝]] [[Special:Contributions/Kingsindian|♚]] 05:41, 27 May 2017 (UTC)   Please see discussion in [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk:White_Helmets_(Syrian_Civil_War)#Disposing_a_body this] section. Further comments can be added below. [[User:Kingsindian|Kingsindian]] [[User Talk: Kingsindian|♝]] [[Special:Contributions/Kingsindian|♚]] 05:41, 27 May 2017 (UTC)   +   + == Coordination Office = Headquarters? ==   +   + I have repeatedly had this group's headquarters location information removed from this page. TIME Magazine has quoted they have a "coordination office" in [[Gaziantep]], [[Turkey]]. [http://time.com/syria-white-helmets/] I have discussed how "coordination office" is a [[synonym]] of "headquarters" along with some dictionary definitions of headquarters on my talk page. Please could anyone who supports the inclusion of the headquarters information office, and understands that a coordination office is a headquarters could indicate this with a yes or no below, I would be grateful. I would also be pleased to try and answer any further questions or concerns why a "coordination office" is not the same thing as a "headquarters", if you have read my talk page and are still going to vote no. [[User:Ian Adams|Ian Adams]] ([[User talk:Ian Adams|talk]]) 01:14, 28 May 2017 (UTC) [...]



Charles Brown (musician)

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‎Original LP and CD releases: Copyedit ← Previous revision Revision as of 01:14, 28 May 2017 Line 213: Line 213:   *1989 ''Johnny Moore's Three Blazers (with Charles Brown): This Is One Time, Baby'', recorded 1945–1949 (Jukebox Lil JB-1105)   *1989 ''Johnny Moore's Three Blazers (with Charles Brown): This Is One Time, Baby'', recorded 1945–1949 (Jukebox Lil JB-1105)   *1989 ''Charles Brown & Johnny Moore's Three Blazers: Sail On Blues'', recorded 1945–1947 (Jukebox Lil JB-1106)   *1989 ''Charles Brown & Johnny Moore's Three Blazers: Sail On Blues'', recorded 1945–1947 (Jukebox Lil JB-1106) − *1990 ''All My Life'' (Bullseye Blues 9501){{cite web|author= |url=http://www.allmusic.com/album/all-my-life-mw0000311605 |title=All My Life – Charles Brown | Songs, Reviews, Credits, Awards |publisher=AllMusic |date= |accessdate=2014-05-21}} + *1990 ''All My Life'' (Bullseye Blues 9501){{cite web|author= |url=http://www.allmusic.com/album/all-my-life-mw0000311605 |title=Charles Brown, ''All My Life'': Songs, Reviews, Credits, Awards |publisher=AllMusic.com |date= |accessdate=2014-05-21}}   *1992 ''Blues and Other Love Songs'' ([[Muse Records|Muse]] 5466), reissued as Savoy Jazz 17295   *1992 ''Blues and Other Love Songs'' ([[Muse Records|Muse]] 5466), reissued as Savoy Jazz 17295   *1992 ''Someone to Love'' (Bullseye Blues 9514)   *1992 ''Someone to Love'' (Bullseye Blues 9514) Line 222: Line 222:   *1996 ''Honey Dripper'' (Gitanes-Verve 529848)   *1996 ''Honey Dripper'' (Gitanes-Verve 529848)   *1998 ''So Goes Love'' (Verve 539967)   *1998 ''So Goes Love'' (Verve 539967) − *1999 ''In a Grand Style'' (Bullseye Blues 9551){{cite web|author= |url=http://www.allmusic.com/artist/charles-brown-mn0000805298/discography |title=Charles Brown | Discography |publisher=AllMusic |date= |accessdate=2014-05-21}} + *1999 ''In a Grand Style'' (Bullseye Blues 9551){{cite web|author= |url=http://www.allmusic.com/artist/charles-brown-mn0000805298/discography |title=Charles Brown: Discography |publisher=AllMusic.com |date= |accessdate=2014-05-21}}       ===CD compilations and other releases of note===   ===CD compilations and other releases of note=== [...]



McBee Baptist Church

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Nyttend deleted page McBee Baptist Church A7: Article about a company, corporation or organization, which does not credibly indicate the importance or significance of the subject




Heavy metals

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cleanup using AWB ← Previous revision Revision as of 01:14, 28 May 2017 Line 18: Line 18:   Physical and chemical characterisations of heavy metals need to be treated with caution, as the metals involved are not always consistently defined. As well as being relatively dense, heavy metals tend to be less [[chemical reaction|reactive]] than lighter metals and have much less [[solubility|soluble]] [[sulfide]]s and [[hydroxide]]s. While it is relatively easy to distinguish a heavy metal such as tungsten from a lighter metal such as [[sodium]], a few heavy metals such as zinc, mercury, and lead have some of the characteristics of lighter metals, and lighter metals such as [[beryllium]], [[scandium]], and titanium have some of the characteristics of heavier metals.   Physical and chemical characterisations of heavy metals need to be treated with caution, as the metals involved are not always consistently defined. As well as being relatively dense, heavy metals tend to be less [[chemical reaction|reactive]] than lighter metals and have much less [[solubility|soluble]] [[sulfide]]s and [[hydroxide]]s. While it is relatively easy to distinguish a heavy metal such as tungsten from a lighter metal such as [[sodium]], a few heavy metals such as zinc, mercury, and lead have some of the characteristics of lighter metals, and lighter metals such as [[beryllium]], [[scandium]], and titanium have some of the characteristics of heavier metals.     − Heavy metals are relatively scarce in the [[structure of the Earth#Crust| Earth's crust]] but are present in many aspects of modern life. They are used in, for example, [[golf club]]s, [[cars]], [[antiseptic]]s, [[self-cleaning oven]]s, [[plastic]]s, [[solar panel]]s, [[mobile phone]]s, and [[particle accelerator]]s. + Heavy metals are relatively scarce in the [[structure of the Earth#Crust|Earth's crust]] but are present in many aspects of modern life. They are used in, for example, [[golf club]]s, [[cars]], [[antiseptic]]s, [[self-cleaning oven]]s, [[plastic]]s, [[solar panel]]s, [[mobile phone]]s, and [[particle accelerator]]s.       ==Definitions==   ==Definitions== Line 348: Line 348:   |[[Polonium]][[File:Radioactive.svg|12px|alt=Radioactive]]'''{{abbr|¶|natural but uncommon}}'''   |[[Polonium]][[File:Radioactive.svg|12px|alt=Radioactive]]'''{{abbr|¶|natural but uncommon}}'''   |[[Promethium]][[File:Radioactive.svg|12px|alt=Radioactive]]'''{{abbr|¶|natural but uncommon}}'''   |[[Promethium]][[File:Radioactive.svg|12px|alt=Radioactive]]'''{{abbr|¶|natural but uncommon}}''' − |[[Radium]][[File:Radioactive.svg|12px|alt=Radioactive]]'''{{abbr|¶|natural but uncommon}}''' + |[[Radium]][[File:Radioactive.svg|12px|alt=Radioactive]]'''{{abbr|¶|natural but uncommon}}''' − |[[Technetium]][[File:Radioactive.svg|12px|alt=Radioactive]]{{abbr|¶|natural but uncommon}}''' + |[[Technetium]][[File:Radioactive.svg|12px|alt=Radioactive]]{{abbr|¶|natural but uncommon}}'''   }} {{div col end}}   }} {{div col end}}   |- valign=top   |- valign=top [...]



Draft talk:Isik Abla

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Content remains beyond the proportion reported as [[WP:COPYVIO]][[User:Newimpartial|Newimpartial]] ([[User talk:Newimpartial|talk]]) 01:04, 28 May 2017 (UTC)
 
Content remains beyond the proportion reported as [[WP:COPYVIO]][[User:Newimpartial|Newimpartial]] ([[User talk:Newimpartial|talk]]) 01:04, 28 May 2017 (UTC)
 
::72 % of the article is a copyright violation there isn't anything that is salvageable at this point. --[[User:Cameron11598|Cameron11598]] [[User Talk:Cameron11598|(Talk)]] 01:07, 28 May 2017 (UTC)
 
::72 % of the article is a copyright violation there isn't anything that is salvageable at this point. --[[User:Cameron11598|Cameron11598]] [[User Talk:Cameron11598|(Talk)]] 01:07, 28 May 2017 (UTC)
:::So you say, but by process it should go to AfD, not SD. [[User:Newimpartial|Newimpartial]] ([[User talk:Newimpartial|talk]]) 01:11, 28 May 2017 (UTC)
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:::So you say, but by process it should go to MfD, not SD. [[User:Newimpartial|Newimpartial]] ([[User talk:Newimpartial|talk]]) 01:11, 28 May 2017 (UTC)



Category:Bebe Rexha albums

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WJAC-TV

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← Previous revision Revision as of 01:14, 28 May 2017 Line 31: Line 31:   }}   }}     − '''WJAC-TV''' is the [[NBC]]-affiliated [[television station]] in west-central [[Pennsylvania]] with the station licensed to [[Johnstown, Pennsylvania|Johnstown]]. It broadcasts a [[High-definition television|high definition]] digital signal on [[UHF]] channel 34 from a transmitter northwest of the city in [[Laurel Ridge State Park]] along the [[Cambria County, Pennsylvania|Cambria]] and [[Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania|Westmoreland]] County line. Owned by the [[Sinclair Broadcast Group]], the station has studios on Old Hickory Lane in Johnstown. + '''WJAC-TV''' is the [[NBC]]-affiliated [[television station]] in west-central [[Pennsylvania]] with the station licensed to [[Johnstown, Pennsylvania|Johnstown]]. It broadcasts a [[High-definition television|high definition]] digital signal on [[UHF]] channel 34 from a transmitter northwest of the city in [[Laurel Ridge State Park]] along the [[Cambria County, Pennsylvania|Cambria]] and [[Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania|Westmoreland]] County line. Owned by the [[Sinclair Broadcast Group]], the station has studios on Old Hickory Lane in Upper Yoder Township (with a Johnstown postal address).       ==History==   ==History== [...]



Tony Harrison (boxer)

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Disambiguated: Fernando Guerrero → Fernando Guerrero (boxer) ← Previous revision Revision as of 01:14, 28 May 2017 Line 5: Line 5:   His only previous loss was to [[Willie Nelson (boxer)|Willie Nelson]].{{cite web|url=http://www.espn.com/boxing/story/_/id/13240403/willie-nelson-defeats-tony-harrison-late-ko |title=Willie Nelson defeats Tony Harrison with late KO |publisher=Espn.com |date=2015-07-11 |accessdate=2017-02-26}}   His only previous loss was to [[Willie Nelson (boxer)|Willie Nelson]].{{cite web|url=http://www.espn.com/boxing/story/_/id/13240403/willie-nelson-defeats-tony-harrison-late-ko |title=Willie Nelson defeats Tony Harrison with late KO |publisher=Espn.com |date=2015-07-11 |accessdate=2017-02-26}}     − He holds wins over [[Sergey Rabchenko]], [[Fernando Guerrero]], [[Bronco McKart]], and [[Grady Brewer]].{{cite web|url=http://boxingjunkie.usatoday.com/2016/07/30/tony-harrison-knocks-out-sergey-rabchenko-round-9/ |title=Undercard: Tony Harrison knocks out Sergey Rabchenko in 9th round on Showtime | Boxingjunkie |publisher=Boxingjunkie.usatoday.com |date= |accessdate=2017-02-26}}{{cite web|last=Christ |first=Scott |url=http://www.badlefthook.com/2016/3/5/11167786/showtime-boxing-results-tony-harrison-stops-fernando-guerrero-in-six |title=Showtime boxing results: Tony Harrison stops Fernando Guerrero in six |publisher=Bad Left Hook |date=2016-03-05 |accessdate=2017-02-26}}{{cite web|url=http://www.theoaklandpress.com/sports/20140531/harrison-sends-mckart-into-retirement |title=Harrison sends McKart into retirement |publisher=Theoaklandpress.com |date=2014-05-31 |accessdate=2017-02-26}}{{cite web|url=https://stiffjab.com/tony-harrison-kos-grady-brewer-at-detroit-masonic-temple-6dbf540f1847 |title=Tony Harrison KOs Grady Brewer At Detroit Masonic Temple |publisher=Stiffjab.com |date=2014-02-09 |accessdate=2017-02-26}} + He holds wins over [[Sergey Rabchenko]], [[Fernando Guerrero (boxer)|Fernando Guerrero]], [[Bronco McKart]], and [[Grady Brewer]].{{cite web|url=http://boxingjunkie.usatoday.com/2016/07/30/tony-harrison-knocks-out-sergey-rabchenko-round-9/ |title=Undercard: Tony Harrison knocks out Sergey Rabchenko in 9th round on Showtime | Boxingjunkie |publisher=Boxingjunkie.usatoday.com |date= |accessdate=2017-02-26}}{{cite web|last=Christ |first=Scott |url=http://www.badlefthook.com/2016/3/5/11167786/showtime-boxing-results-tony-harrison-stops-fernando-guerrero-in-six |title=Showtime boxing results: Tony Harrison stops Fernando Guerrero in six |publisher=Bad Left Hook |date=2016-03-05 |accessdate=2017-02-26}}{{cite web|url=http://www.theoaklandpress.com/sports/20140531/harrison-sends-mckart-into-retirement |title=Harrison sends McKart into retirement |publisher=Theoaklandpress.com |date=2014-05-31 |accessdate=2017-02-26}}{{cite web|url=https://stiffjab.com/tony-harrison-kos-grady-brewer-at-detroit-masonic-temple-6dbf540f1847 |title=Tony Harrison KOs Grady Brewer At Detroit Masonic Temple |publisher=Stiffjab.com |date=2014-02-09 |accessdate=2017-02-26}}       ==References==   ==References== [...]



Talk:East Bengal Regimental Centre

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Bachelor's degree

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‎Pakistan: Copyedit as per WP:MOS; note where meaning of text is unclear ← Previous revision Revision as of 01:14, 28 May 2017 Line 101: Line 101:       ====Pakistan====   ====Pakistan==== − In Pakistan, commerce and science colleges provide four years bachelor's degrees (BA, BSc, BBA, BCom etc.). Generally these programs are of four years' duration as elsewhere in the world and begin after completing higher secondary school education by receiving a Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) acknowledging one's twelve years of study by the respective board. After successful completion of these programs, a bachelor's degree is awarded by the respective university. Some colleges are affiliated with a university (mostly a public sector university) and teach a part-time degree equals to fourteen years of education such as a two years BA, BCom etc. A student may enroll in a two years BA, BCom as well as a four years BA as an external candidate (external candidate are enrolled for examination & study program on self basis or through private tuition providers). Main universities offering these two programs are [[University of the Punjab]] and [[University of Karachi]] where more than 50,000 students appear in BA and BCom exam as external candidates. + In Pakistan, commerce and science colleges provide four-year bachelor's degrees (BA, BSc, BBA, BCom etc.). Generally these programs are of four years duration as elsewhere in the world and begin after completing higher secondary school education by receiving a Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) acknowledging one's twelve years of study by the respective board. After successful completion of these programs, a bachelor's degree is awarded by the respective university. Some colleges are affiliated with a university (mostly a public sector university) and teach a part-time degree equals to fourteen years of education such as a two-year BA, BCom etc. A student may enroll in a two-year BA, BCom as well as a four-year BA as an external candidate (external candidate are enrolled for examination and study program on self basis{{clarify}} or through private tuition providers). Main universities offering these two programs are [[University of the Punjab]] and [[University of Karachi]] where more than 50,000 students appear in BA and BCom exam as external candidates.     − Engineering and medical colleges provide four and five years degree programs respectively for bachelor's degrees (BE/BSc Eng & MBBS) that also begin after higher secondary school year 12. The Bachelor of Architecture (BArch) degree program is of five years' duration. + Engineering and medical colleges provide four and five-year degree programs respectively for bachelor's degrees (BE/BSc Eng and MBBS) that also begin after higher secondary school year 12. The Bachelor of Architecture (BArch) degree program is of five years duration.       ====Philippines====   ====Philippines==== [...]



James Joyce

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remove infobox per longstanding (and much-discussed) consensus; see talk archives ← Previous revision Revision as of 01:13, 28 May 2017 Line 2: Line 2:   {{EngvarB|date=August 2013}}   {{EngvarB|date=August 2013}}   {{Use dmy dates|date=May 2014}}   {{Use dmy dates|date=May 2014}} − + [[File:Revolutionary Joyce Better Contrast.jpg|thumb|alt=Portrait of James Joyce|[[File:James Joyce signature.svg|200px]]
Joyce in [[Zurich]], {{circa|1918}}
]] − {{Infobox person   − | name = James Joyce   − | image = Revolutionary Joyce Better Contrast.jpg   − | caption = Joyce in Zurich, {{circa|1918}}   − | birth_name = James Augustine Joyce   − | birth_date = {{birth date |df=yes|1882|02|02}}   − | birth_place = [[Rathgar| Rathgar]], [[Dublin]], [[Republic of Ireland|Ireland]]   − | death_date = {{death date and age|df=yes|1941|01|13|1882|02|02}}   − | death_place = [[Zurich]], [[Switzerland]]   − | death_cause = [[Perforated ulcer]]   − | resting_place = [[Fluntern Cemetery]], [[Zurich]], Switzerland   − | occupation = Novelist   − | spouse = {{marriage|[[Nora Barnacle]]|1931}}   − | children = 2 ([[Lucia Joyce|Lucia]], George)   − | father = [[John Stanislaus Joyce]]   − | mother = Mary Jane "May" Murray   − }}         '''James AugustineThe second name was mistakenly registered as "Augusta". Joyce was actually named and baptised James Augustine Joyce, for his paternal grandfather, Costello (1992) p. 53, and the Birth and Baptismal Certificate reproduced above in this article also shows "Augustine". Ellman says: "The second child, James Augusta (as the birth was incorrectly registered) ...". Ellmann (1982) p. 21. Aloysius Joyce''' (2 February 1882 – 13 January 1941) was an Irish novelist, short story writer, and poet. He contributed to the [[Modernism|modernist]] [[avant-garde]] and is regarded as one of the most influential and important authors of the 20th century.   '''James AugustineThe second name was mistakenly registered as "Augusta". Joyce was actually named and baptised James Augustine Joyce, for his paternal grandfather, Costello (1992) p. 53, and the Birth and Baptismal Certificate reproduced above in this article also shows "Augustine". Ellman says: "The second child, James Augusta (as the birth was incorrectly registered) ...". Ellmann (1982) p. 21. Aloysius Joyce''' (2 February 1882 – 13 January 1941) was an Irish novelist, short story writer, and poet. He contributed to the [[Modernism|modernist]] [[avant-garde]] and is regarded as one of the most influential and important authors of the 20th century. [...]



User:BPK2

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‎Latest articles (current month, not yet categorized): updated ← Previous revision Revision as of 01:13, 28 May 2017 Line 85: Line 85:   *''[[Nebula Awards Showcase 2017]]'' (5/18/17)   *''[[Nebula Awards Showcase 2017]]'' (5/18/17)   *''[[New Dimensions Science Fiction Number 5]]'' (5/24/17)   *''[[New Dimensions Science Fiction Number 5]]'' (5/24/17)   + *[[Darrell Schweitzer bibliography]] (5/27/17)   + *[[Template:Darrell Schweitzer]] (5/27/17)   {{div col end}}   {{div col end}}     [...]



Gamera 2: Attack of Legion

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← Previous revision Revision as of 01:13, 28 May 2017 Line 3: Line 3:   | image = Gamera 2 Theatrical Poster.jpg   | image = Gamera 2 Theatrical Poster.jpg   | alt =   | alt = − | caption = + | caption = Theatrical poster   | film name =   | film name =   | director = [[Shusuke Kaneko]]   | director = [[Shusuke Kaneko]] [...]



ShineSun Group

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← Previous revision Revision as of 01:13, 28 May 2017 Line 27: Line 27:   | homepage = [http://www.myshinesun.com/ myshinesun.com]}}   | homepage = [http://www.myshinesun.com/ myshinesun.com]}}     − '''ShineSun''' ({{zh|c='''新尚'''|p='''Xīnshàng''' Jítuán}}) is a large-scale conglomerate incorporating traditional business with digital business in the People's Republic of China. For the traditional business, it focuses on IT chain store management and commercial complex operation, real estate development, IT sales, software and hardware development, and international home furnishing materials. For the digital business, ShineSun relies on the intellectual property trading center, industrial technology research institutes, research achievement transformation industrial parks, and industrial investment funds to establish a supply chain system of deep cooperation among industries, universities, and research institutes. ShineSun has set up companies in Shanghai, Hangzhou, Chengdu, Chongqing, Zhengzhou, etc. + '''ShineSun''' ({{zh|c='''新尚'''|p='''Xīnshàng''' Jítuán}}) is a large-scale conglomerate incorporating traditional business with digital business in the People's Republic of China. For the traditional business, it is engaged in IT chain store management and commercial complex operation, real estate development, IT sales, software and hardware development, and international home furnishing materials. For the digital business, ShineSun focuses on the intellectual property trading center, industrial technology research institutes, research achievement transformation industrial parks, and industrial investment funds to establish a supply chain system of deep cooperation among industries, universities, and research institutes. ShineSun has set up companies in Shanghai, Hangzhou, Chengdu, Chongqing, Zhengzhou, etc.       As of 2015 its sales volume is RMB 22.5 billion.   As of 2015 its sales volume is RMB 22.5 billion. −   − The claimed values of ShineSun are “Work happily and live a wonderful life”, and “Create value for the society and the world”.         Up to 2015,the president of ShineSun, Mr. Tang Lixin had donated more than RMB 300 million to top universities in Chinahttp://www.zju.edu.cn/c165055/content_2390591.html, ranking 2nd in Hurun Chinese Charitarian List of that yearhttp://www.hurun.net/EN/HuList.aspx?nid=1034.   Up to 2015,the president of ShineSun, Mr. Tang Lixin had donated more than RMB 300 million to top universities in Chinahttp://www.zju.edu.cn/c165055/content_2390591.html, ranking 2nd in Hurun Chinese Charitarian List of that yearhttp://www.hurun.net/EN/HuList.aspx?nid=1034. [...]



Talk:Khirbat Umm Burj

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‎My Latest Edit: new section ← Previous revision Revision as of 01:13, 28 May 2017 Line 4: Line 4:       [[User:Huldra]], see my new section on the Bayt Nattif Talk-page, which answers your concerns here.[[User:Davidbena|Davidbena]] ([[User talk:Davidbena|talk]]) 20:52, 6 March 2017 (UTC)   [[User:Huldra]], see my new section on the Bayt Nattif Talk-page, which answers your concerns here.[[User:Davidbena|Davidbena]] ([[User talk:Davidbena|talk]]) 20:52, 6 March 2017 (UTC)   +   + == My Latest Edit ==   +   + [[User:Huldra]], what did you see in my last edit on this page that you thought was Original Research? Everything was supported with sources. It seems to me that you have a problem with recognizing accurate sources. Please explain your rationale?[[User:Davidbena|Davidbena]] ([[User talk:Davidbena|talk]]) 01:13, 28 May 2017 (UTC) [...]



Disney Channel (Southeast Asia)

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‎Upcoming ← Previous revision Revision as of 01:13, 28 May 2017 Line 204: Line 204:   * ''[[Inside Out (2015 film)|Inside Out]]'' (2017)   * ''[[Inside Out (2015 film)|Inside Out]]'' (2017)   * ''[[List of Pokémon: Black & White: Rival Destinies episodes|Pokémon Black and White: Rival Destinies]]'' (May 29, 2017)   * ''[[List of Pokémon: Black & White: Rival Destinies episodes|Pokémon Black and White: Rival Destinies]]'' (May 29, 2017) − * ''[[SheZow]]'' (2017) + * ''[[Kuu Kuu Harajuku]]'' (2017)       ==Presentation and Logos==   ==Presentation and Logos== [...]



Talk:Bangladesh Financial Intelligence Unit

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Polk County, Florida

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← Previous revision Revision as of 01:13, 28 May 2017 Line 21: Line 21:   | web = www.polk-county.net   | web = www.polk-county.net   | district = 9th   | district = 9th − | district2 = 10th + | district2 = 15th − | district3 = 15th + | district3 = 17th − | district4 = 17th     | time zone = Eastern   | time zone = Eastern   | named for = [[James K. Polk]]   | named for = [[James K. Polk]] [...]



Template:User WPLISTS/doc

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← Previous revision Revision as of 01:13, 28 May 2017 Line 2: Line 2:       == Usage ==   == Usage == − {{missing doc}} + {{improve doc}}   + ===TemplateData===   +   + {   + "params": {},   + "description": "A userbox to indicate membership of WikiProject Lists.",   + "format": "block"   + }   +   +   ==See also==   ==See also==   {{WikiProject Lists userboxes}}   {{WikiProject Lists userboxes}} [...]



Hillary Schieve

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← Previous revision Revision as of 01:13, 28 May 2017 Line 43: Line 43:       ===Power grab as Reno mayor===   ===Power grab as Reno mayor=== − Schieve convinced [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]] state senator [[Tick Segerblom]] from [[Las Vegas]] and other [[Clark County, Nevada|Clark County]] Democrats to pass an amendment granting Schieve more powers as Reno mayor on vetoing the Reno City Council on every ordinances.{{cite news|last=Damon|first=Anjeanette|url=http://www.rgj.com/story/news/2017/05/26/schieve-makes-end-run-change-office-mayor-get-veto-power/350680001/|title=Schieve makes end run to change office of mayor, get veto power|date=May 26, 2017|work=[[Reno-Gazette Journal]]|accessdate=May 27, 2017}} Critics (including Northern Nevada Democrats, [[Republican Party (United States)|Republicans]] of both regions and others) have condemned the bill as a power grab by Schieve herself. + Schieve convinced [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]] state senator [[Tick Segerblom]] from [[Las Vegas]] and other [[Clark County, Nevada|Clark County]] Democrats to pass an amendment granting Schieve more powers as Reno mayor on vetoing the Reno City Council on every ordinances.{{cite news|last=Damon|first=Anjeanette|url=http://www.rgj.com/story/news/2017/05/26/schieve-makes-end-run-change-office-mayor-get-veto-power/350680001/|title=Schieve makes end run to change office of mayor, get veto power|date=May 26, 2017|work=[[Reno-Gazette Journal]]|accessdate=May 27, 2017}} Critics (including Washoe County Democrats, [[Republican Party (United States)|Republicans]] of all 16 counties) have condemned the bill as a power grab by Schieve herself.       ==References==   ==References== [...]



Caroline Leigh Gascoigne

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← Previous revision Revision as of 01:13, 28 May 2017 Line 46: Line 46:   [[Category:1883 deaths]]   [[Category:1883 deaths]]   [[Category:Writers from London]]   [[Category:Writers from London]]   + [[Category:People from London]]   [[Category:19th-century English novelists]]   [[Category:19th-century English novelists]]   [[Category:19th-century English poets]]   [[Category:19th-century English poets]]   [[Category:English women novelists]]   [[Category:English women novelists]]   [[Category:English women poets]]   [[Category:English women poets]]   + [[Category:Smith and Carington family]]       {{England-novelist-stub}}   {{England-novelist-stub}} [...]



Xhosa people

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← Previous revision Revision as of 01:13, 28 May 2017 Line 53: Line 53:       Among its features, the Xhosa language famously has fifteen click sounds, originally borrowed from now extinct [[Khoisan]] languages of the region. Xhosa has eighteen click consonants, pronounced at three places in the mouth: a series of [[dental clicks]], written with the letter "c"; a series of [[alveolar clicks]], written with the letter "q"; and a series of [[lateral clicks]], written with the letter "x". There is a simple inventory of five vowels (a, e, i, o, u). Some vowels however may be silent. In other words, they can be present in written language but hardly audible in spoken language. This happens especially at the end of the word. This is because the tone of most Xhosa words is lowest at the end.   Among its features, the Xhosa language famously has fifteen click sounds, originally borrowed from now extinct [[Khoisan]] languages of the region. Xhosa has eighteen click consonants, pronounced at three places in the mouth: a series of [[dental clicks]], written with the letter "c"; a series of [[alveolar clicks]], written with the letter "q"; and a series of [[lateral clicks]], written with the letter "x". There is a simple inventory of five vowels (a, e, i, o, u). Some vowels however may be silent. In other words, they can be present in written language but hardly audible in spoken language. This happens especially at the end of the word. This is because the tone of most Xhosa words is lowest at the end.   +   + The Xhosa people also traditionally use a base 12 numerical system, which causes come confusion in the South African markets. Typically most negotations are done using the base 10 system the rest of South Africa employs, although occassionally an unlucky tourist ends up paying 20% more than he bargained for.       == Folklore and religion ==   == Folklore and religion == [...]



Phil Ehart

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Added content ← Previous revision Revision as of 01:13, 28 May 2017 Line 24: Line 24:   In the early 1970s Ehart, like many American musicians, wanted to more closely study and play the "British" style of music that was popular at the time, so he moved to England. He did not find the atmosphere welcoming, as the musicians there were happier to learn the [[Country music|country]] and [[rhythm and blues]] styles that Ehart brought with him, so he quickly returned to America. In 1978, he and Kansas singer [[Steve Walsh (musician)|Steve Walsh]] were invited to play on [[Steve Hackett|Steve Hackett's]] second solo album, [[Please Don't Touch]].   In the early 1970s Ehart, like many American musicians, wanted to more closely study and play the "British" style of music that was popular at the time, so he moved to England. He did not find the atmosphere welcoming, as the musicians there were happier to learn the [[Country music|country]] and [[rhythm and blues]] styles that Ehart brought with him, so he quickly returned to America. In 1978, he and Kansas singer [[Steve Walsh (musician)|Steve Walsh]] were invited to play on [[Steve Hackett|Steve Hackett's]] second solo album, [[Please Don't Touch]].     − Phil Ehart is a father of one son (Noah), who has [[autism]]. In recent years Ehart has become an autism advocate and traveled to [[Washington, D.C.]], to speak at the Unlocking Autism Power of One conference in 2001.{{cn|date=July 2013}} He is also father of one daughter (Avery). + Phil Ehart is a father of one son (Noah), who has [[autism]]. In recent years Ehart has become an autism advocate and traveled to [[Washington, D.C.]], to speak at the Unlocking Autism Power of One conference in 2001.{{cn|date=July 2013}} He is also father of one daughter (Avery). He resides in Henry County, Georgia just outside of Atlanta where his house was specially crafted for his son's Autism needs.       == References ==   == References == [...]



The Ghost and the Darkness

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‎Plot ← Previous revision Revision as of 01:13, 28 May 2017 Line 34: Line 34:   Patterson's only comfort now is the letters he receives from his wife. Soon, while the workers are gathering wood and building fire pits around the tents, a lion attacks the camp in the middle of the day, killing another worker. While Patterson, Starling and Samuel are tracking it to one end of the camp, another lion leaps upon them from the roof of a building, killing Starling with a slash to the throat and injuring Patterson. Despite the latter's efforts to kill them, both lions escape. Samuel states that there has never been a pair of [[man-eater]]s; they have always been solitary hunters. The workers, led by Abdullah, begin to turn on Patterson. Work on the bridge comes to a halt. Patterson requests soldiers from England to protect the workers, but is denied. During a visit to the camp, Beaumont tells Patterson he will ruin his reputation if the bridge is not finished on time and that he will contact the famous hunter Charles Remington to help because Patterson has been unable to kill the animals.   Patterson's only comfort now is the letters he receives from his wife. Soon, while the workers are gathering wood and building fire pits around the tents, a lion attacks the camp in the middle of the day, killing another worker. While Patterson, Starling and Samuel are tracking it to one end of the camp, another lion leaps upon them from the roof of a building, killing Starling with a slash to the throat and injuring Patterson. Despite the latter's efforts to kill them, both lions escape. Samuel states that there has never been a pair of [[man-eater]]s; they have always been solitary hunters. The workers, led by Abdullah, begin to turn on Patterson. Work on the bridge comes to a halt. Patterson requests soldiers from England to protect the workers, but is denied. During a visit to the camp, Beaumont tells Patterson he will ruin his reputation if the bridge is not finished on time and that he will contact the famous hunter Charles Remington to help because Patterson has been unable to kill the animals.     − Remington arrives with skilled [[Maasai people|Maasai]] warriors to help kill the lions. They dub the lions "the Ghost" and "the Darkness" because of their notorious methods of attack. The initial attempt fails when Patterson's borrowed gun misfires. The warriors decide to leave, but Remington stays behind. He constructs a new hospital for sick and injured workers and tempts the lions to the abandoned building with animal parts and blood. When the lions fall for the trap, Remington and Patterson shoot at them; they flee and attack the new hospital, killing many patients and Dr. Hawthorne. Abdullah and the construction men leave, and only Patterson, Remington, and Samuel remain behind to face the marauders. Patterson and Remington locate the animals' lair, discovering the bones of dozens of the lions' victims. That night, Remington kills one of the pair by using Patterson and a baboon as bait. The workers cel[...]



Raygun

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‎Written Science Fiction ← Previous revision Revision as of 01:13, 28 May 2017 Line 91: Line 91:       ====Written Science Fiction====   ====Written Science Fiction==== − [[File:Amazing stories 193401.jpg|thumb| ray gun in [[E. E. Smith]]'s [[Lensman]] novels]] + [[File:Amazing stories 193401.jpg|thumb| Raygun in [[E. E. Smith]]'s [[Lensman]] novels]]   (*''for series, year listed is the year of the first entry in the series.)''   (*''for series, year listed is the year of the first entry in the series.)''   *''[[The War of the Worlds (novel)|War of the Worlds]]'' (1898): the Martians use a "[[Heat-Ray]]"   *''[[The War of the Worlds (novel)|War of the Worlds]]'' (1898): the Martians use a "[[Heat-Ray]]" [...]



User talk:108.31.68.139

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‎Your edits ← Previous revision Revision as of 01:13, 28 May 2017 Line 20: Line 20:   [[File:Nuvola apps important.svg|left|25px|alt=]] Please stop your [[WP:Disruptive editing|disruptive editing]]. If you continue to [[WP:Vandalism|vandalize]] Wikipedia, as you did at [[:Brandon Knight (basketball)]], you may be [[WP:Blocking policy|blocked from editing]].
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Tomb Raider (2018 film)

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Nashville (season 4)

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← Previous revision Revision as of 01:13, 28 May 2017 Line 2: Line 2:   | season_name = Nashville (season 4)   | season_name = Nashville (season 4)   | bgcolour = #BD906A   | bgcolour = #BD906A − | image = Season 4 Nashville Promo Art.jpg + | image = .jpg − | caption = Season 4 promotional poster + | caption = Season 4 DVD cover   | starring = {{Plainlist|   | starring = {{Plainlist|   * [[Connie Britton]]   * [[Connie Britton]] [...]



Julius No

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‎Film biography ← Previous revision Revision as of 01:13, 28 May 2017 Line 64: Line 64:   No captures Bond and Honey Rider when they trespass on his island, and they are put through a decontamination shower since No's henchmen detected radiation on them. During dinner, he offers Bond a position in his organization, but Bond refuses. Bond escapes through a ventilation shaft, and disguises himself with a radiation suit. Bond enters the control centre where No and his assistants are preparing to disrupt the launch of an American rocket. Bond sabotages No's [[Pool-type reactor|pool-type nuclear reactor]], allowing the American missile to launch successfully while No and most of his henchmen do not notice. The two men fight while everyone else flees the imminent explosion. They both fall onto a small platform that slowly descends into the boiling coolant of the overheating reactor. Bond manages to climb out, but No cannot get a grip on the metal framework and is poached to death. Bond frees Honey from where she has been chained in a room filling with water, and escapes before the reactor explodes.   No captures Bond and Honey Rider when they trespass on his island, and they are put through a decontamination shower since No's henchmen detected radiation on them. During dinner, he offers Bond a position in his organization, but Bond refuses. Bond escapes through a ventilation shaft, and disguises himself with a radiation suit. Bond enters the control centre where No and his assistants are preparing to disrupt the launch of an American rocket. Bond sabotages No's [[Pool-type reactor|pool-type nuclear reactor]], allowing the American missile to launch successfully while No and most of his henchmen do not notice. The two men fight while everyone else flees the imminent explosion. They both fall onto a small platform that slowly descends into the boiling coolant of the overheating reactor. Bond manages to climb out, but No cannot get a grip on the metal framework and is poached to death. Bond frees Honey from where she has been chained in a room filling with water, and escapes before the reactor explodes.     − After his death, SPECTRE learned the death of Dr. No and they vowed revenge on James Bond which lead to [[From Russia with Love]]. + After his death, SPECTRE learned the death of Dr. No and they vowed revenge on James Bond which lead to the events in [[From Russia with Love (film)]].       ===Henchmen in the film===   ===Henchmen in the film=== [...]



Hordeum pusillum

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‎External links ← Previous revision Revision as of 01:13, 28 May 2017 Line 27: Line 27:   == External links ==   == External links ==   {{wikispecies}}   {{wikispecies}} − {{commons category|Hordeum pusillum}} + * [https://plants.usda.gov/core/profile?symbol=HOPU USDA Plants Profile for ''Hordeum pusillum'' (little barley)]   + {{commons category|position=left|Hordeum pusillum}}       [[Category:Hordeum|pusillum]]   [[Category:Hordeum|pusillum]]   + [[Category:Bunchgrasses of North America]]   + [[Category:Grasses of the United States]]   + [[Category:Grasses of Canada]]   + [[Category:Grasses of Mexico]]   + [[Category:Native grasses of the Great Plains region]]   + [[Category:Flora of the Great Basin]]   + [[Category:Flora of the Eastern United States]]   + [[Category:Flora of the Plains-Midwest (United States)]]   + [[Category:Flora of the Western United States]]   + [[Category:Flora of Northwestern Mexico]]   + [[Category:Flora of Northeastern Mexico]]   + [[Category:Flora of Western Canada]]   + [[Category:Flora of the Great Plains (North America)]]   + [[Category:Crops originating from Pre-Columbian North America]]   + [[Category:Crops originating from the United States]]   + [[Category:Plants used in Native American cuisine]]   + [[Category:Pre-Columbian Great Plains cuisine]]   + [[Category:Native grasses of California]]   + [[Category:Native grasses of Nebraska]]   + [[Category:Native grasses of Oklahoma]]   + [[Category:Native grasses of Texas]]   [[Category:Plants described in 1818]]   [[Category:Plants described in 1818]] − [[Category:Grasses of North America]] + [[Category:Taxa named by Thomas Nuttall]] − [[Category:Crops originating from the United States]]     [[Category:Ruderal species]]   [[Category:Ruderal species]]     − + {{-}}   {{Pooideae-stub}}   {{Pooideae-stub}} [...]



The Rumble in the Jungle

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Disambiguated: NXT → WWE NXT ← Previous revision Revision as of 01:13, 28 May 2017 Line 113: Line 113:       ===Professional Wrestling===   ===Professional Wrestling=== − *Japanese [[Professional Wrestling|Professional Wrestler]] [[Shinsuke Nakamura]] uses a running knee strike nicknamed Bomaye. The move was renamed to Kinshasa after Nakamura signed with [[WWE|WWE's]] [[NXT]] brand in 2016. + *Japanese [[Professional Wrestling|Professional Wrestler]] [[Shinsuke Nakamura]] uses a running knee strike nicknamed Bomaye. The move was renamed to Kinshasa after Nakamura signed with [[WWE|WWE's]] [[WWE NXT|NXT]] brand in 2016.       ==References==   ==References== [...]



Wollongong Devils

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← Previous revision Revision as of 01:13, 28 May 2017 Line 1: Line 1:   The Wollongong Devils are a team that is part of the [[National Gridiron League of Australia|National Gridiron League]] in [[Australia]].This is 1 of the 8 teams comprising the league itself.{{Cite web|url=http://wollongongdevils.com/roster/|title=Wollongong Devils {{!}}   The Wollongong Devils are a team that is part of the [[National Gridiron League of Australia|National Gridiron League]] in [[Australia]].This is 1 of the 8 teams comprising the league itself.{{Cite web|url=http://wollongongdevils.com/roster/|title=Wollongong Devils {{!}} − Roster|website=wollongongdevils.com|language=en-US|access-date=2017-05-28}} The team is also part of the teams created by [[Chris Darlison]] who is the newly elected [[Chief executive officer|CEO]]. + Roster|website=wollongongdevils.com|language=en-US|access-date=2017-05-28}} The team is also part of the teams created by [[Chris Darlison]] who is the newly elected [[Chief executive officer|CEO]].{{Cite web|url=http://ngl.world/|title=NGL – Official Site of the National Gridiron League|website=ngl.world|language=en-AU|access-date=2017-05-28}}   +   + == References == [...]



R179 (New York City Subway car)

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Undid revision 782579185 by WindowsXPAMAZING2001 (talk) ← Previous revision Revision as of 01:13, 28 May 2017 Line 21: Line 21:   | depots = {{NYCS const|depot}}   | depots = {{NYCS const|depot}}   | lines = {{NYCS const|car|R179}}   | lines = {{NYCS const|car|R179}} − | yearconstruction = 2016-2017 (true expectation by builted) + | yearconstruction = 2016-2018 (expected)   | yearservice = Summer 2017 (expected)   | yearservice = Summer 2017 (expected)   | yearscrapped =   | yearscrapped = Line 87: Line 87:   In a timeline set in October 2012, the first test train was scheduled to arrive on December 22, 2014, the first production unit was scheduled to arrive on July 27, 2015, and the entire order was to be completed on January 30, 2017.{{Cite web|url=http://web.mta.info/mta/news/books/pdf/121029_1400_CPOC.pdf|title=Capital Program Oversight Meeting October 2012|date=October 29, 2012|website=mta.info|publisher=Metropolitan Transportation Authority|access-date=September 11, 2016}} After some delays in starting production, a non-operational mockup was built in late November 2013. Delivery of the first 10-car test train was now scheduled for the third quarter of 2014,{{cite web|url=http://us.bombardier.com/us/press_release_04062012.htm |title=Bombardier in the USA – Media Center |publisher=Us.bombardier.com |date= |accessdate=May 7, 2014}} though delivery of the production cars was still scheduled to begin July 2015 and continue through January 2017. However, as NYCTA's and Bombardier's inspectors found cracks due to welding issues in the prototype train's chassis, the entire lot was rejected, and the delivery schedule was pushed back by two years.{{cite web|title=Capital Program Oversight Committee Meeting: July 2014|url=h[...]



Priyanka Chopra

Sun, 28 May 2017 01:13:42 GMT

‎Established actress (2008–2011): This heading is misleading since lead says that she established herself in 2006 with Krrish and Don ← Previous revision Revision as of 01:13, 28 May 2017 Line 88: Line 88:   In 2008, Chopra starred opposite [[Harman Baweja]] in [[Harry Baweja|his father's]] ''[[Love Story 2050]]''. Chopra played a double role, so she coloured her hair twice; once red to portray the girl from the future and then black for the girl of the past.{{cite web|title=Code Red |url=http://www.telegraphindia.com/1080613/jsp/entertainment/story_9403163.jsp |author=Shah, Jigar |work=[[The Telegraph (Calcutta)|The Telegraph]] |date=13 June 2008 |accessdate=19 June 2013 |deadurl=no |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20140407044500/http://www.telegraphindia.com/1080613/jsp/entertainment/story_9403163.jsp |archivedate= 7 April 2014 |df= }} Her performance was poorly received; [[Rajeev Masand]] was unimpressed with Chopra's chemistry with her co-star, remarking that her character "fails to inspire either affection or sympathy".{{cite web|title=Masand's Verdict: Love Story 2050 |author=Masand, Rajeev |publisher=CNN-IBN |url=http://ibnlive.in.com/news/love-story-2050-partpredictable-partgobbledygook/68318-8.html |date=5 July 2008 |accessdate=18 March 2011 |deadurl=no |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20121114045139/http://ibnlive.in.com/news/love-story-2050-partpredictable-partgobbledygook/68318-8.html |archivedate=14 November 2012 |df= }} She next appeared in the comedy ''[[God Tussi Great Ho]]'', portraying a TV anchor opposite Salman Khan, [[Sohail Khan]] and Amitabh Bachchan. The film was generally perceived to be plagiarised from the Hollywood comedy ''[[Bruce Almighty]]'',{{cite web|last=Kazmi |first=Nikhat |title=God Tussi Great Ho – Critic's Review |url=http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/movie-reviews/hindi/God-Tussi-Great-Ho/movie-review/3369194.cms |work=The Times of India |accessdate=8 June 2013 |date=15 August 2008 |deadurl=no |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20121104230908/http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/movie-reviews/hindi/God-Tussi-Great-Ho/movie-review/3369194.cms |archivedate= 4 November 2012 |df= }}{{cite web|last=Adarsh |first=Taran |title=God Tussi Great Ho: Movie Review |url=http://www.bollywoodhungama.com/movies/review/12549/index.html |publisher=Bollywood Hungama |accessdate=8 June 2013 |date=15 August 2008 |deadurl=no |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20110901155549/http://www.bollywoodhungama.com/movies/review/12549/index.html |archivedate= 1 September 2011 |df= }} although writer and director Rumi Jaffrey claimed it to be "a village folk tale about a Brahmin".{{cite w[...]



Getup Ltd v Electoral Commissioner

Sun, 28 May 2017 01:13:42 GMT

Use Template:Cite AustLII ← Previous revision Revision as of 01:13, 28 May 2017 Line 1: Line 1:   {{Orphan|date=October 2015}}   {{Orphan|date=October 2015}}   + {{Infobox court case   + | name = Getup Ltd v Electoral Commissioner   + | court = [[Federal Court of Australia]]   + | image=Coat of Arms of Australia.svg   + | date decided = 13 August 2010   + | full name =   + | citations = {{Cite AustLII|FCA|869|2010}}   + | transcripts =   + | judges = [[Nye Perram|Perram J]]   + | prior actions =   + | subsequent actions =   + | opinions =   + }}     − '''''Getup Ltd''' (Getup) '''v Electoral Commissioner (2010'')''' was a landmark decision made by the [[Federal Court of Australia]] on 13 August 2010 allowing Australians to enrol online in future elections. The Federal Court ruled in favour of Getup in their challenging of the [[Commonwealth Electoral Act 1918]] that rejected first-time voter, Sophie Trevitt’s electronic enrolment application after her [[electronic signature]] was deemed invalid.http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/cases/cth/FCA/2010/869.html [2010] [[Federal Court of Australia]] + '''''Getup Ltd v Electoral Commissioner (2010'')''' was a landmark decision made by the [[Federal Court of Australia]] on 13 August 2010 allowing Australians to enrol online in future elections. The Federal Court ruled in favour of Getup in their challenging of the [[Commonwealth Electoral Act 1918]],{{cite Legislation AU|Cth|act|cea1918233|Commonwealth Electoral Act 1918}}. that rejected first-time voter, Sophie Trevitt’s electronic enrolment application after her [[electronic signature]] was deemed invalid.{{cite AustLII|FCA|869|2010|litigants=Getup Ltd v Electoral Commissioner |date=13 August 2010 |courtname=auto}}.       == The Case ==   == The Case == Line 9: Line 22:   == Arguments ==   == Arguments ==     − The Commissioner claimed he acted under Section 102(1)(c) of the ''Commonwealth Electoral Act 1918'' http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/legis/cth/consol_act/cea1918233/s102.html (Commonwealth) s.102(1)(c) granting him the discretion in judging whether Ms Trevitt’s enrolment application was “in order”. The criteria for reaching such a decision are outlined in Section 98(2) in particular: + The Commissioner claimed he acted under Section 102(1)(c) of the ''Commonwealth Electoral Act 1918'' {{cite Legislati[...]



Stardust the Super Wizard

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‎Stardust Flashes ← Previous revision Revision as of 01:13, 28 May 2017 Line 249: Line 249:       ===Stardust Flashes===   ===Stardust Flashes=== − Stardust possesses the power of [[teleportation]], allowing near instantaneous transportation of himself and other objects between two fixed points. A brilliant flash shaped like a 5-pointed star accompanies the effect. Sound can pass through a flashing star as Stardust is known for announcing his arrival before he appears.Since Stardust can announce himself before his arrival, it is unlikely that he is teleporting using the process of dematerialization and rematerialization used by the [[Star Trek Transporter]]. Stardust’s vocal apparatus would not be capable of speech until it his body formed. An arguement can be made that Stardust’s teleportation is achieved by displacing objects through an alternate dimension briefly and reappearing in a desired, pre-selected location. Flashes can teleport individual objects, groups, and even entire facilities. A flash can be further calibrated to target specific individuals, tranporting people from an office and leaving the furniture behind. Also: clothing. + Stardust possesses the power of [[teleportation]], allowing near instantaneous transportation of himself and other objects between two fixed points. A brilliant flash shaped like a 5-pointed star accompanies the effect. Sound can pass through a flashing star as Stardust is known for announcing his arrival before he appears.Since Stardust can announce himself before his arrival, it is unlikely that he is teleporting using the process of dematerialization and rematerialization used by the [[Star Trek Transporter]]. Stardust’s vocal apparatus would not be capable of speech until it his body formed. An arguement can be made that Stardust’s teleportation is achieved by displacing objects through an alternate dimension briefly and reappearing in a desired, pre-selected location. Flashes can teleport individual objects, groups, and even entire facilities. A flash can be further calibrated to target specific individuals, transporting people from an office and leaving the furniture behind. Objects can also be transferred onto people, as when Stardust instantly outfitted the Sixth Columnists with uniforms.       Stardust always enters buildings through a flash. If he enters the building after a long interstellar flight, the building shakes just before he appears.Stardust always walks calmly out of a flash. So where does all his momentum from planetary reentry go? An argument can be made that the flash helps Stardust brake, bleeding off th[...]



MD Helicopters MD Explorer

Sun, 28 May 2017 01:13:41 GMT

fixed aircraft infobox typos ← Previous revision Revision as of 01:13, 28 May 2017 Line 5: Line 5:   |caption= A [[London's Air Ambulance]] MD900 over the [[Biggin Hill International Air Fair|Biggin Hill Airshow 2008]]   |caption= A [[London's Air Ambulance]] MD900 over the [[Biggin Hill International Air Fair|Biggin Hill Airshow 2008]]   }}{{Infobox aircraft type   }}{{Infobox aircraft type − |type= Light twin helicopter + |type= Light twin utility helicopter − |manufacturer= [[McDonnell Douglas Helicopter Systems]]
[[MD Helicopters]] + |manufacturer= [[McDonnell Douglas Helicopter Systems]]
[[MD Helicopters]]   |designer=   |designer=   |first flight= 18 December 1992   |first flight= 18 December 1992 [...]



Mornington Railway

Sun, 28 May 2017 01:13:40 GMT

← Previous revision Revision as of 01:13, 28 May 2017 Line 49: Line 49:   *'''2015'''—The Mornington railway had W241 7CV received from [[707 Operations|707operations]] and [[Seymour Railway Heritage Centre|Seymour railway Heritage centre]] and had 59RM sent to DERMPAV for eventual restoration   *'''2015'''—The Mornington railway had W241 7CV received from [[707 Operations|707operations]] and [[Seymour Railway Heritage Centre|Seymour railway Heritage centre]] and had 59RM sent to DERMPAV for eventual restoration   *'''2016'''—The Mornington railway received Red hens 311 and 402, 19 and 36BE, and several GYs from the now defunct [[South Gippsland Railway]]   *'''2016'''—The Mornington railway received Red hens 311 and 402, 19 and 36BE, and several GYs from the now defunct [[South Gippsland Railway]]   + *'''2017'''— they Obtained Melville for the SRHC       ==Mornington Railway Preservation Society==   ==Mornington Railway Preservation Society== Line 132: Line 133:   |1956   |1956   |EMD/Clyde NSW   |EMD/Clyde NSW − | '''limited Services''' + | '''Out of Sevice'''   |Needs an overhaul   |Needs an overhaul     [...]