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User talk:Gemstelecom

Tue, 26 Sep 2017 22:01:37 GMT

Notification: speedy deletion nomination of Draft:GemsTelecom. (TW) ← Previous revision Revision as of 22:01, 26 September 2017 Line 11: Line 11:   *[[Wikipedia:Tutorial|Tutorial]]   *[[Wikipedia:Tutorial|Tutorial]]   I hope you enjoy editing here and being a [[Wikipedia:Wikipedians|Wikipedian]]! Please [[Wikipedia:Sign your posts on talk pages|sign your name]] on talk pages using four tildes (~~~~); this will automatically produce your name and the date. If you have any questions, check out [[Wikipedia:Where to ask a question]] or ask me on {{#if:|[[User talk:{{{2}}}{{!}}my talk page]]|my talk page}}. Again, welcome!--[[User:Biografer|Biografer]] ([[User talk:Biografer|talk]]) 19:01, 26 September 2017 (UTC)   I hope you enjoy editing here and being a [[Wikipedia:Wikipedians|Wikipedian]]! Please [[Wikipedia:Sign your posts on talk pages|sign your name]] on talk pages using four tildes (~~~~); this will automatically produce your name and the date. If you have any questions, check out [[Wikipedia:Where to ask a question]] or ask me on {{#if:|[[User talk:{{{2}}}{{!}}my talk page]]|my talk page}}. Again, welcome!--[[User:Biografer|Biografer]] ([[User talk:Biografer|talk]]) 19:01, 26 September 2017 (UTC)   + ==[[Wikipedia:Criteria for speedy deletion|Speedy deletion]] nomination of [[:Draft:GemsTelecom]]==   + [[File:Ambox warning pn.svg|48px|left|alt=|link=]]   + {{Quote box|quote=

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|width=20%|align=right}}   + A tag has been placed on [[:Draft:GemsTelecom]], requesting that it be speedily deleted from Wikipedia. This has been done under [[Wikipedia:Criteria for speedy deletion#G11|section G11 of the criteria for speedy deletion]], because the page seems to be unambiguous advertising which only promotes a company, group, product, service, person, or point of view and would need to be fundamentally rewritten in order to become encyclopedic. Please read [[Wikipedia:Spam|the guidelines on spam]] and [[Wikipedia:FAQ/Organizations]] for more information.   +   + If you think this page should not be deleted for this reason, you may '''contest the nomination''' by [[:Draft:GemsTelecom|visiting the page]] and clicking the button labelled "Contest this speedy deletion". This will give you the opportunity to explain why you believe the page should not be deleted. However, be aware that once a page is tagged for speedy deletion, it may be removed without delay. Please do not remove the speedy deletion tag from the page yourself, but do not hesitate to add information in line with [[Wikipedia:List of policies|Wikipedia's policies and guidelines]]. If the page is deleted, and you wish to retrieve the deleted material for future reference or improvement, then please contact the {{Querylink|Special:Log|qs=type=delete&page=Draft%3AGemsTelecom|deleting administrator}}. [[User:Dlohcierekim|Dlohcierekim]] ([[User talk:Dlohcierekim|talk]]) 22:01, 26 September 2017 (UTC) [...]



Squid Girl

Tue, 26 Sep 2017 22:01:37 GMT

‎Anime ← Previous revision Revision as of 22:01, 26 September 2017 Line 156: Line 156:   A 12-episode anime adaptation by [[Diomedéa]] aired on [[TV Tokyo]] between October 4 and December 20, 2010. The fifth and sixth DVD/Blu-ray volumes, released on April 20, 2011 and May 18, 2011, contained bonus "Mini-Ika Musume" side-stories.{{cite web|url=http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2010-11-22/ika-musume-bd/dvd-5-and-6-to-include-mini-episodes|title=News: Ika Musume BD/DVD 5 & 6 to Include Mini Episodes|publisher=[[Anime News Network]]|date=November 22, 2010|accessdate=March 5, 2011}} A second anime season, titled {{nihongo|''Shinryaku!? Ika Musume''|侵略!?イカ娘}},{{cite web|url=http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2011-05-24/2nd-ika-musume/squid-girl-season-title-staff-listed|title=2nd Ika Musume/Squid Girl Season's Title, Staff Listed|publisher=[[Anime News Network]]|date=May 24, 2011|accessdate=March 11, 2013}} aired in Japan between September 26{{cite web|url=http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2011-08-23/ika-musume/squid-girl-sequel-to-debut-on-september-26|title=Ika Musume/Squid Girl Sequel to Debut on September 26|publisher=[[Anime News Network]]|date=August 23, 2011|accessdate=March 11, 2013}} and December 26, 2011. Both series were simulcasted by [[Crunchyroll]].{{cite web|url=http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2011-09-26/crunchyroll-confirms-stream-of-squid-girl-season-2|title=Crunchyroll Confirms Stream of Squid Girl Season 2|publisher=[[Anime News Network]]|date=September 26, 2011|accessdate=March 11, 2013}} An [[original video animation]] (OVA) episode titled ''Shinryaku!! Ika Musume'' was bundled with the 12th manga volume released on August 8, 2012,{{cite web|url=http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2012-03-13/squid-girl-manga-to-bundle-new-original-anime-dvd|title=Squid Girl Manga to Bundle New Original Anime DVD|publisher=[[Anime News Network]]|date=March 13, 2012|accessdate=March 11, 2013}} and a second OVA was released with the 14th manga volume on June 7, 2013.{{cite web|url=http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2013-01-04/squid-girl-manga-to-bundle-2nd-original-anime-dvd|title=Squid Girl Manga to Bundle 2nd Original Anime DVD|publisher=[[Anime News Network]]|date=January 4, 2013|accessdate=March 11, 2013}}{{cite web|url=http://www.amazon.co.jp/dp/4253181813|title=「侵略! イカ娘」14巻オリジナルアニメDVD付限定版 (少年チャンピオン・コミックス)|language=Japanese|publisher=[[Amazon.co.jp]]|accessdate=June 7, 2013}} Crunchyroll began streaming the OVAs in February 2014.{{cite web|url=http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2014-02-12/crunchyroll-streams-squid-girl-original-anime-dvds|title=Crunchyroll Streams Squid Girl Original Anime DVDs|publisher=[[Anime News Network]]|date=February 12, 2014|accessdate=February 12, 2014}} A third OVA was released as a Blu-ray Disc bundled with the 17th manga volume on September 9, 2014.{{cite web|url=http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2014-02-24/squid-girl-manga-gets-new-original-video-anime-in-september|title=Squid Girl Manga Gets New Original Video Anime in September|publisher=[[Anime News Network]]|date=February 24, 2014|accessdate=February 24, 2014}}   A 12-episode anime adaptation by [[Diomedéa]] aired on [[TV Tokyo]] between October 4 and December 20, 2010. The fifth and sixth DVD/Blu-ray volumes, released on April 20, 2011 and May 18, 2011, contained bonus "Mini-Ika Musume" side-stories.{{cite web|url=http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2010-11-22/ika-musume-bd/dvd-5-and-6-to-include-mini-episodes|title=News: Ika Musume BD/DVD 5 & 6 to Include Mini Episodes|publisher=[[Anime News Network]]|date=November 22, 2010|accessdate=March 5, 2011}} A second anime season, titled {{nihongo|''Shinryaku!? Ika [...]



Wiesau (disambiguation)

Tue, 26 Sep 2017 22:01:37 GMT

fixed my errors

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*[[Wiesau (river)]], a river of Bavaria, Germany
 
*[[Wiesau (river)]], a river of Bavaria, Germany
 
*[[Radwanice, Polkowice County]], a village in Poland, (German name Wiesau)
 
*[[Radwanice, Polkowice County]], a village in Poland, (German name Wiesau)
*[[Łączna (Kłodzko)], a village in Poland, (German name Wiesau)
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*[[Łączna, Kłodzko County]], a village in Poland, (German name Wiesau)
   
{{disambiguation}}
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{{disambiguation|geo}}



Draft:GemsTelecom

Tue, 26 Sep 2017 22:01:36 GMT

Requesting speedy deletion (CSD G11). (TW)

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{{AFC submission|ts=20170926190943|u=Gemstelecom|ns=118}}
 
{{AFC submission|ts=20170926190943|u=Gemstelecom|ns=118}}
 
==== Brief Introduction ====
 
==== Brief Introduction ====



Wikipedia:Arbitration/Requests/Enforcement

Tue, 26 Sep 2017 22:01:36 GMT

‎Request concerning E.M.Gregory ← Previous revision Revision as of 22:01, 26 September 2017 Line 211: Line 211:       ; Notification of the user against whom enforcement is requested :   ; Notification of the user against whom enforcement is requested : − + [https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User_talk%3AE.M.Gregory&type=revision&diff=802550979&oldid=802550307]           +   ===Discussion concerning E.M.Gregory===   ===Discussion concerning E.M.Gregory===   ''Statements must be made in separate sections. They may not exceed 500 [[Word count#Software|words]] and 20 diffs, except by permission of a reviewing administrator.
Administrators may remove or shorten noncompliant statements. Disruptive contributions may result in blocks.''
  ''Statements must be made in separate sections. They may not exceed 500 [[Word count#Software|words]] and 20 diffs, except by permission of a reviewing administrator.
Administrators may remove or shorten noncompliant statements. Disruptive contributions may result in blocks.''
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JKT48's Finding Star

Tue, 26 Sep 2017 22:01:35 GMT

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2017–18 Middlesbrough F.C. season

Tue, 26 Sep 2017 22:01:35 GMT

‎Appearances ← Previous revision Revision as of 22:01, 26 September 2017 Line 750: Line 750:   | DF   | DF   |align="left"|{{flagicon|BRA}} [[Fábio (footballer)|Fábio]]   |align="left"|{{flagicon|BRA}} [[Fábio (footballer)|Fábio]] − ||5||0||0||0||0||0||1||1||0||6||1||0||0||0 + ||6||0||0||0||0||0||1||1||0||7||1||0||0||0   |-   |-   | 3   | 3 Line 770: Line 770:   | DF   | DF   |align="left"|{{flagicon|ENG}} [[Ben Gibson (footballer)|Ben Gibson]]   |align="left"|{{flagicon|ENG}} [[Ben Gibson (footballer)|Ben Gibson]] − ||9||1||0||0||0||0||1||0||0||9||1||0||1||0 + ||10||1||0||0||0||0||1||0||0||10||1||0||1||0   |-   |-   | 7   | 7 Line 780: Line 780:   | MF   | MF   |align="left"|{{flagicon|ENG}} [[Adam Clayton (footballer)|Adam Clayton]]   |align="left"|{{flagicon|ENG}} [[Adam Clayton (footballer)|Adam Clayton]] − ||9||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||9||0||0||5||0 + ||10||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||10||0||0||5||0   |-   |-   | 9   | 9   | FW   | FW   |align="left"|{{flagicon|DRC}} [[Britt Assombalonga]]   |align="left"|{{flagicon|DRC}} [[Britt Assombalonga]] − ||9||5||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||9||5||0||1||0 + ||10||5||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||10||5||0||1||0   |-   |-   | 10   | 10   | FW   | FW   |align="left"|{{flagicon|DEN}} [[Martin Braithwaite]]   |align="left"|{{flagicon|DEN}} [[Martin Braithwaite]] − ||1||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||1||0||0||0||0 + ||1 (1)||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||1 (1)||0||0||0||0   |-   |-   | 11   | 11   | FW   | FW   |align="left"|{{flagicon|ENG}} [[Patrick Bamford]]   |align="left"|{{flagicon|ENG}} [[Patrick Bamford]] − ||4 (3)||0||0||0||0||0||1||2||0||5 (3)||2||0||0||0 + ||4 (4)||0||0||0||0||0||1||2||0||5 (4)||2||0||0||0   |-   |-   | 13   | 13 Line 805: Line 805:   | MF   | MF   |align="left"|{{flagicon|ENG}} [[Jonny Howson]]   |align="left"|{{flagicon|ENG}} [[Jonny Howson]] − ||6 (2)||0||0||0||0||0||1||0||0||7 (2)||0||0||1||0 + ||7 (2)||0||0||0||0||0||1||0||0||8 (2)||0||0||2||0   |-   |-   | 17   | 17 Line 815: Line 815:   | FW   | FW   |align="left"|{{flagicon|ENG}} [[Ashley Fletcher]]   |align="left"|{{flagicon|ENG}} [[Ashley Fletcher]] − ||1 (7)||1||1||0||0||0||2||1||0||3 (7)||2||1||0||0 + ||1 (8)||1||1||0||0||0||2||1||0||3 (8)||2||1||0||0   |-   |-   | 19   | 19 Line 825: Line 825:   | DF   | DF   |align="left"|{{flagicon|ENG}} [[Dael Fry]]   |align="left"|{{flagicon|ENG}} [[Dael Fry]] − ||8||0||1||0||0||0||1 (1)||0||0||9 (1)||0||1||1||0 + ||9||0||1||0||0||0||1 (1)||0||0||10 (1)||0||1||1||0   |-   |-   | 21   | 21   | MF   | MF   |align="left"|{{flagicon|ENG}} [[Marvin Johnson (footballer, born 1990)|Marvin Johnson]]   |align="left"|{{flagicon|ENG}} [[Marvin Johnson (footballer, born 1990)|Marvin Johnson]] − ||2 (2)||1||2||0||0||0||0||0||0||2 (2)||1||2||0||0 + ||3 (2)||1||2||0||0||0||0||0||0||3 (2)||1||2||0||0   |-   |-   | 22   | 22   | DF   | DF   |align="left"|{{flagicon|IRL}} [[Cyrus Christie]]   |align="left"|{{flagicon|IRL}} [...]



User talk:The Lake Ohrid trouts' owner

Tue, 26 Sep 2017 22:01:34 GMT

← Previous revision Revision as of 22:01, 26 September 2017 Line 3: Line 3:   [[File:Salmo letnica.jpg|thumb|right|225px|The [[Ohrid trout]] (Salmo letnica) lives in [[Lake Ohrid]].]]   [[File:Salmo letnica.jpg|thumb|right|225px|The [[Ohrid trout]] (Salmo letnica) lives in [[Lake Ohrid]].]]   : :-) !--[[User:The Lake Ohrid trouts' owner|The Lake Ohrid trouts' owner]] ([[User talk:The Lake Ohrid trouts' owner#top|talk]]) 10:54, 27 November 2010 (UTC)   : :-) !--[[User:The Lake Ohrid trouts' owner|The Lake Ohrid trouts' owner]] ([[User talk:The Lake Ohrid trouts' owner#top|talk]]) 10:54, 27 November 2010 (UTC) − {{sockpuppetproven|Elspeth Monroe}} + {{sockpuppetproven|Elspeth Monro}}       '''Welcome!'''   '''Welcome!''' [...]



Government of Solano County, California

Tue, 26 Sep 2017 22:01:34 GMT

‎Board of Supervisors ← Previous revision Revision as of 22:01, 26 September 2017 Line 9: Line 9:   The five-member elected [[Solano County Board of Supervisors]] (BOS) is the county legislature. The board operates in a legislative, executive, and [[Quasi-judicial body|quasi-judicial]] capacity. As a legislative authority, it can pass ordinances for the unincorporated areas (ordinances that affect the whole county, like posting of restaurant ratings, must be ratified by the individual city). As an executive body, it can tell the county departments what to do, and how to do it. As a quasi-judicial body, the Board is the final venue of appeal in the local planning process.   The five-member elected [[Solano County Board of Supervisors]] (BOS) is the county legislature. The board operates in a legislative, executive, and [[Quasi-judicial body|quasi-judicial]] capacity. As a legislative authority, it can pass ordinances for the unincorporated areas (ordinances that affect the whole county, like posting of restaurant ratings, must be ratified by the individual city). As an executive body, it can tell the county departments what to do, and how to do it. As a quasi-judicial body, the Board is the final venue of appeal in the local planning process.     − As of January 2013 the members of the Solano County Board of Supervisors were: + As of January, 2017 the members of the Solano County Board of Supervisors are:       * Erin Hannigan — District 1, Vice-Chairperson   * Erin Hannigan — District 1, Vice-Chairperson [...]



Speech transmission index

Tue, 26 Sep 2017 22:01:34 GMT

‎References: clean up spacing around punctuation, replaced: ,P → , P using AWB ← Previous revision Revision as of 22:01, 26 September 2017 Line 148: Line 148:   {{reflist}}   {{reflist}}   {{refbegin}}   {{refbegin}} − Jacob, K., McManus, S., Verhave, J.A., and Steeneken, H., (2002) "Development of an Accurate, Handheld, Simple-to-use Meter for the Prediction of Speech Intelligibility", Past,Present, and Future of the Speech Transmission Index, International Symposium on STI + Jacob, K., McManus, S., Verhave, J.A., and Steeneken, H., (2002) "Development of an Accurate, Handheld, Simple-to-use Meter for the Prediction of Speech Intelligibility", Past, Present, and Future of the Speech Transmission Index, International Symposium on STI   {{refend}}   {{refend}}     [...]



User:Skeez1960/sandbox

Tue, 26 Sep 2017 22:01:34 GMT

adding {{dashboard.wikiedu.org sandbox}}

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{{dashboard.wikiedu.org sandbox}}



User:Quidster4040/sandbox/2017–18 AFC Cup

Tue, 26 Sep 2017 22:01:33 GMT

‎First qualifying round ← Previous revision Revision as of 22:01, 26 September 2017 Line 323: Line 323:   {{TwoLegResult|[[Al-Ahli Club Sana'a|Al-Ahli Sana'a]]|YEM|0–2|'''[[Thaqafi Tulkarm]]'''|PLE|[[User:Quidster4040/sandbox/2017–18 AFC Cup qualifying phase#Al-Ahli Sana'a v Thaqafi Tulkarm|0–0]]|[[User:Quidster4040/sandbox/2017–18 AFC Cup qualifying phase#Thaqafi Tulkarm v Al-Ahli Sana'a|0–2]]}}   {{TwoLegResult|[[Al-Ahli Club Sana'a|Al-Ahli Sana'a]]|YEM|0–2|'''[[Thaqafi Tulkarm]]'''|PLE|[[User:Quidster4040/sandbox/2017–18 AFC Cup qualifying phase#Al-Ahli Sana'a v Thaqafi Tulkarm|0–0]]|[[User:Quidster4040/sandbox/2017–18 AFC Cup qualifying phase#Thaqafi Tulkarm v Al-Ahli Sana'a|0–2]]}}   {{TwoLegResult|[[Rimyongsu Sports Club|Rimyongsu]]|PRK|3–4|'''[[Nepal Army Club|Nepal Army]]'''|NEP|[[User:Quidster4040/sandbox/2017–18 AFC Cup qualifying phase#Rimyongsu v Nepal Army|2–0]]|[[User:Quidster4040/sandbox/2017–18 AFC Cup qualifying phase#Nepal Army v Rimyongsu|1–4]]}}   {{TwoLegResult|[[Rimyongsu Sports Club|Rimyongsu]]|PRK|3–4|'''[[Nepal Army Club|Nepal Army]]'''|NEP|[[User:Quidster4040/sandbox/2017–18 AFC Cup qualifying phase#Rimyongsu v Nepal Army|2–0]]|[[User:Quidster4040/sandbox/2017–18 AFC Cup qualifying phase#Nepal Army v Rimyongsu|1–4]]}} − {{TwoLegResult|'''[[NTCPE F.C.|NTCPE]]'''|TAI|–|[[CSC Champa F.C.|CSC Champa]]|LAO|[[User:Quidster4040/sandbox/2017–18 AFC Cup qualifying phase#NTCPE v CSC Champa|–]]|[[User:Quidster4040/sandbox/2017–18 AFC Cup qualifying phase#CSC Champa v NTCPE|–]]}} + {{TwoLegResult|'''[[NTCPE F.C.|NTCPE]]'''|TAI|4–2|[[CSC Champa F.C.|CSC Champa]]|LAO|[[User:Quidster4040/sandbox/2017–18 AFC Cup qualifying phase#NTCPE v CSC Champa|3–1]]|[[User:Quidster4040/sandbox/2017–18 AFC Cup qualifying phase#CSC Champa v NTCPE|1–1]]}} − {{TwoLegResult|'''[[Renown SC|Renown]]'''|SRI|–|[[Club Valencia|Valencia]]|MDV|[[User:Quidster4040/sandbox/2017–18 AFC Cup qualifying phase#Renown v Valencia|–]]|[[User:Quidster4040/sandbox/2017–18 AFC Cup qualifying phase#Valencia v Renown|–]]}} + {{TwoLegResult|'''[[Renown SC|Renown]]'''|SRI|2–1|[[Club Valencia|Valencia]]|MDV|[[User:Quidster4040/sandbox/2017–18 AFC Cup qualifying phase#Renown v Valencia|1–0]]|[[User:Quidster4040/sandbox/2017–18 AFC Cup qualifying phase#Valencia v Renown|1–1]]}} − {{TwoLegResult|[[Windsor Arch Ka I|Arch Ka I]]|MAC|–|'''[[Madura United F.C.|Madura United]]'''|IDN|[[User:Quidster4040/sandbox/2017–18 AFC Cup qualifying phase#Arch Ka I v Madura United|–]]|[[User:Quidster4040/sandbox/2017–18 AFC Cup qualifying phase#Madura United v Arch Ka I|–]]}} + {{TwoLegResult|[[Windsor Arch Ka I|Arch Ka I]]|MAC|0–5|'''[[Madura United F.C.|Madura United]]'''|IDN|[[User:Quidster4040/sandbox/2017–18 AFC Cup qualifying phase#Arch Ka I v Madura United|0–1]]|[[User:Quidster4040/sandbox/2017–18 AFC Cup qualifying phase#Madura United v Arch Ka I|0–4]]}}   {{TwoLegResult|'''[[F.C. Meralco Manila|Meralco Manila]]'''|PHI|3–1|[[Kigwancha Sports Club|Kigwancha]]|PRK|[[User:Quidster4040/sandbox/2017–18 AFC Cup qualifying phase#Meralco Manila v Kigwancha|2–0]]|[[User:Quidster4040/sandbox/2017–18 AFC Cup qualifying phase#Kigwancha v Meralco Manila|1–1]]}}   {{TwoLegResult|'''[[F.C. Meralco Manila|Meralco Manila]]'''|PHI|3–1|[[Kigwancha Sports Club|Kigwancha]]|PRK|[[User:Quidster4040/sandbox/2017–18 AFC Cup qualifying phase#Meralco Manila v Kigwancha|2–0]]|[[User:Quidster4040/sandbox/2017–18 AFC Cup qualifying phase#Kigwancha v Meralco Manila|1–1]]}} − {{TwoLegResult|[[Kolofoʻou No.1]]|TGA|–|'''[[Solomon Warr[...]



User talk:Skeez1960

Tue, 26 Sep 2017 22:01:33 GMT

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== Welcome! ==
 
== Welcome! ==



User:Skeez1960

Tue, 26 Sep 2017 22:01:32 GMT

User has enrolled in Wikipedia:Wiki_Ed/MiraCosta_College/ART_259-_History_of_Renaissance_to_Modern_Art_(Fall_2017).

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Wikipedia:Wiki Ed/MiraCosta College/ART 259- History of Renaissance to Modern Art (Fall 2017)

Tue, 26 Sep 2017 22:01:32 GMT

Updating course from dashboard.wikiedu.org ← Previous revision Revision as of 22:01, 26 September 2017 Line 14: Line 14:   This course surveys Western art history from the Renaissance to the twentieth century. Students examine how religious, cultural, and philosophical aspects of European and American society impacted and were influenced by art and architecture during this time.   This course surveys Western art history from the Renaissance to the twentieth century. Students examine how religious, cultural, and philosophical aspects of European and American society impacted and were influenced by art and architecture during this time.       + {{students table}}   + {{student table row|Skeez1960||}}   + {{end of students table}}   {{start of course timeline}}   {{start of course timeline}}   === Week 1 ===   === Week 1 === [...]



Saturn C-3

Tue, 26 Sep 2017 22:01:31 GMT

See also: link to common scategory deleted a sthere is no such category on commons

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== See also ==
 
== See also ==
{{Commons category}}
 
 
* [[Falcon Heavy]]
 
* [[Falcon Heavy]]
 
* [[Delta IV Heavy]]
 
* [[Delta IV Heavy]]



User:Akiit

Tue, 26 Sep 2017 22:01:31 GMT

User account Akiit was created




Nick Jr.

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← Previous revision Revision as of 22:01, 26 September 2017 Line 56: Line 56:   }}   }}     − '''Nick Jr.''' is an [[United States|American]] [[digital cable]] and [[satellite television]] [[cable channel|channel]] that is run by the [[Nickelodeon]] Group, a unit of the [[Viacom Media Networks]] division of [[Viacom]], the channel's ultimate owner headquartered in [[New York City]]. The channel, which is aimed at kids under six years, features a mix of originally-produced programming, and series previously and concurrently aired on the "Nick: The Smart Place to Play" block, and its previous iterations, Nick Jr. also features the shows for preschoolers like ''[[Team Umizoomi]],'' ''[[PAW Patrol]],'' ''[[Bubble Guppies]],'' ''[[Dora the Explorer]],'' ''[[Blaze and the Monster Machines]],'' ''[[Shimmer and Shine]],'' and ''[[Dora and Friends: Into the City]]'' on Nickelodeon. Due to the Nickelodeon block, Nick Jr. is sometimes disclaimed on air as "the Nick Jr. channel" to avert confusion, especially times of day where both Nickelodeon and Nick Jr. are both carrying preschool programming. + '''Nick Jr.''' is an [[United States|American]] [[digital cable]] and [[satellite television]] [[cable channel|channel]] that is run by the [[Nickelodeon]] Group, a unit of the [[Viacom Media Networks]] division of [[Viacom]], the channel's ultimate owner headquartered in [[New York City]]. The channel, which is aimed at kids under six years, features a mix of originally-produced programming, and series previously and concurrently aired on the "Nick: The Smart Place to Play" block, and its previous iterations, Nick Jr. also features the shows for preschoolers like ''[[Team Umizoomi]],'' ''[[PAW Patrol]],'' ''[[Bubble Guppies]],'' ''[[Blaze and the Monster Machines]],'' ''[[Shimmer and Shine]],'' and ''[[Dora and Friends: Into the City]]'' on Nickelodeon. Due to the Nickelodeon block, Nick Jr. is sometimes disclaimed on air as "the Nick Jr. channel" to avert confusion, especially times of day where both Nickelodeon and Nick Jr. are both carrying preschool programming.       The channel was originally known as [[Noggin (brand)|Noggin]] from its February 2, 1999 launch until September 28, 2009. Sister channel The N was relaunched as [[TeenNick]] at the same time as Noggin's relaunch as Nick Jr.; as with TeenNick, Nick Jr.'s name was taken from a former [[Nick Jr. (block)|program block]] on parent channel Nickelodeon, which aired weekday mornings from 1988 to 2009 under the Nick Jr. name; and still survives today on Nickelodeon as a block known in promotions also known as "Nick Jr." since 2014 (which regularly airs from 8:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. ET; 7:00 to 10:00 a.m. ET during the summer months or on designated school break periods and major national holidays), which has traditional commercial breaks and no common continuity between each series.   The channel was originally known as [[Noggin (brand)|Noggin]] from its February 2, 1999 launch until September 28, 2009. Sister channel The N was relaunched as [[TeenNick]] at the same time as Noggin's relaunch as Nick Jr.; as with TeenNick, Nick Jr.'s name was taken from a former [[Nick Jr. (block)|program block]] on parent channel Nickelodeon, which aired weekday mornings from 1988 to 2009 under the Nick Jr. name; and still survives today on Nickelodeon as a block known in promotions also known as "Nick Jr." since 2014 (which regularly airs from 8:30 a.m. to 2:00&[...]



Template:Brazilian Imperial Family (present)

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← Previous revision Revision as of 22:01, 26 September 2017 Line 38: Line 38:   *[[Prince Antônio of Orléans-Braganza|HRH Prince Antônio]]
[[Princess Christine of Orléans-Braganza|HRH Princess Christine]]   *[[Prince Antônio of Orléans-Braganza|HRH Prince Antônio]]
[[Princess Christine of Orléans-Braganza|HRH Princess Christine]]   **[[Prince Rafael of Orléans-Braganza|HRH Prince Rafael]]   **[[Prince Rafael of Orléans-Braganza|HRH Prince Rafael]] − HRH Princess Barbara     **HRH Princess Amélia   **HRH Princess Amélia   **HRH Princess Maria Gabriela   **HRH Princess Maria Gabriela [...]



2017 AFC Cup knockout stage

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‎Zonal finals ← Previous revision Revision as of 22:01, 26 September 2017 Line 434: Line 434:   |-   |-   !colspan=5|West Asia Zone   !colspan=5|West Asia Zone − {{TwoLegResult|[[Al-Wahda SC (Syria)|Al-Wahda]]|SYR|2–2 ([[Away goals rule|a]])|'''[[Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya]]'''|IRQ|[[2017 AFC Cup knockout stage#Al-Wahda v Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya|2–1]]|[[2017 AFC Cup knockout stage#Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya v Al-Wahda|0–1]]}} + {{TwoLegResult|[[Al-Wahda SC (Syria)|Al-Wahda]]|SYR|2–2 {{agr}}|'''[[Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya]]'''|IRQ|[[2017 AFC Cup knockout stage#Al-Wahda v Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya|2–1]]|[[2017 AFC Cup knockout stage#Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya v Al-Wahda|0–1]]}}   |-   |-   !colspan=5|ASEAN Zone   !colspan=5|ASEAN Zone [...]



Talk:Roth–Theodorovic pistol

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List of Liverpool F.C. managers

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‎Managers: update ← Previous revision Revision as of 22:01, 26 September 2017 Line 49: Line 49:       ==Managers==   ==Managers== − ''Information correct as of 23 September 2017. Only competitive matches are counted'' + ''Information correct as of 26 September 2017. Only competitive matches are counted''         Line 418: Line 418:   |align=left|{{dts|format=dmy|2015|October|8}}   |align=left|{{dts|format=dmy|2015|October|8}}   |align=left|Present   |align=left|Present − {{WDL|109|55|31|23}} + {{WDL|110|55|32|23}}   |0   |0   |0   |0 [...]



List of stage names

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‎V: Vidkid Timo added ← Previous revision Revision as of 22:01, 26 September 2017 Line 4,854: Line 4,854:   * [[Yolandi Visser]] (a.k.a. Yo-Landi Vi$$er) – Anri Du Toit   * [[Yolandi Visser]] (a.k.a. Yo-Landi Vi$$er) – Anri Du Toit   * [[Vitamin C (artist)|Vitamin C]] – Colleen Ann Fitzpatrick   * [[Vitamin C (artist)|Vitamin C]] – Colleen Ann Fitzpatrick − * [[Viva (Warhol superstar)|Viva]] – Janet Susan Mary Hoffmann + * [[Viva (Warhol superstar)|Viva]] – Janet Susan Mary Hoffmann   + * [[Vidkid Timo]] – Timothy Paul Ritchie   * [[Marina Vlady]] – Marina Catherine de Poliakoff-Baydaroff   * [[Marina Vlady]] – Marina Catherine de Poliakoff-Baydaroff   * [[Voltio|Voltio (a.k.a. Julio Voltio)]] – Julio Ramos   * [[Voltio|Voltio (a.k.a. Julio Voltio)]] – Julio Ramos [...]



List of Argentine Primera División broadcasters

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← Previous revision Revision as of 22:01, 26 September 2017 Line 2: Line 2:   {{Use American English|date=September 2013}}   {{Use American English|date=September 2013}}     − [[File:Superliga Argentina Logo.png|thumb|right|Logo of the competition.]] + [[File:SuperligaArgentina.png|thumb|right|Logo of the competition.]]   This is a list of [[Television station|television broadcasters]] which provide coverage of the [[Argentine Primera División]] (named Superliga Argentina since the 2017–18 season) around the world.   This is a list of [[Television station|television broadcasters]] which provide coverage of the [[Argentine Primera División]] (named Superliga Argentina since the 2017–18 season) around the world.     [...]



Sumbal Khan

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←Blanked the page ← Previous revision Revision as of 22:01, 26 September 2017 Line 1: Line 1: − {{Multiple issues|   − {{BLP sources|date=May 2016}}   − {{Underlinked|date=March 2017}}   − }}   −   − {{Infobox person   − | name = Sumbal Khan   − | Age: 27   − | birth_date = May 12, 1989   − | birth_place = Peshawar Pakistan   − | nationality = Pakistani   − | ethnicity = Pashtun   − | religion = Islam   − | skin = White   − | body = slim   − }}   −   − '''Sumbal Khan''' is a [[Pakistan]]i film actress He has debut in 2007. She is the sister of Pashto film and drama actresses Rani and Kiran Khan. She worked in a lot of movies and now she became a singer and stoped working in films. She song 6 or 7 songs in undue. She has online website sumbalkhan.com and has her own studio SK.http://www.urdupoint.com/showbiz-news/live-news-494910.html   −   − == Films ==   − * '''Nadan''' as Malala (2016) with Arbaz Khan   − *'' She is 27 years old"   −   − ==References==   − {{Reflist}}   −   − {{DEFAULTSORT:Khan, Sumbal}}   − [[Category:Pakistani people]]   − [[Category:Pashtun people]]   − [[Category:1989 births]]   − [[Category:Living people]]   −   − {{Pakistan-film-actor-stub}}   [...]



Celebs Go Dating (series 3)

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‎Dating timeline ← Previous revision Revision as of 22:01, 26 September 2017 Line 98: Line 98:   ! style="width:100px;"|Date Number Ten   ! style="width:100px;"|Date Number Ten   ! style="width:100px;"|Date Number Eleven   ! style="width:100px;"|Date Number Eleven   + ! style="width:100px;"|Date Number Twelve   ! style="width:100px;"|Final   ! style="width:100px;"|Final   ! style="width:100px;"|Notes   ! style="width:100px;"|Notes Line 112: Line 113:   | colspan=2 style="background:red;| Sion   | colspan=2 style="background:red;| Sion   | colspan=3 style="background:lightblue;| Jack   | colspan=3 style="background:lightblue;| Jack   + |   |   |   |   | Line 127: Line 129:   | colspan=2 style="background:lightblue;| [[File:black card.svg|15px]] Yasemin   | colspan=2 style="background:lightblue;| [[File:black card.svg|15px]] Yasemin   | style="background:red;"| Jessica   | style="background:red;"| Jessica   + |   |   |   |   | Line 142: Line 145:   | style="background:red;"| Neil   | style="background:red;"| Neil   | Kieron   | Kieron   + |   |   |   |   | Line 157: Line 161:   | Jourdan   | Jourdan   |   |   + |   |   |   |   | Line 172: Line 177:   | {{n/a|Didn't find a date}}   | {{n/a|Didn't find a date}}   | Rufus   | Rufus   + |   |   |   |   | Line 192: Line 198:   | style="background:red;"| Celine   | style="background:red;"| Celine   | style="background:lightblue;"| Victoria   | style="background:lightblue;"| Victoria   + |   |   |   |   | Line 209: Line 216:   | style="background:red;"| Kieran   | style="background:red;"| Kieran   | Joe   | Joe   + |   |   |   |   | Line 220: Line 228:   | style="background:red;"| Kirk   | style="background:red;"| Kirk   | colspan=2 style="background:lightblue;"| Adrian   | colspan=2 style="background:lightblue;"| Adrian   + |   |   |   |   | [...]



Aviva Stadium

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Mohamed El Neny

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← Previous revision Revision as of 22:01, 26 September 2017 Line 30: Line 30:   |years4 = 2016–   |years4 = 2016–   |clubs4 = [[Arsenal F.C.|Arsenal]]   |clubs4 = [[Arsenal F.C.|Arsenal]] − |caps4 = 27 + |caps4 = 28   |goals4 = 0   |goals4 = 0   | nationalyears1 = 2009–2011   | nationalyears1 = 2009–2011 Line 44: Line 44:   | nationalcaps3 = 50   | nationalcaps3 = 50   | nationalgoals3 = 5   | nationalgoals3 = 5 − | pcupdate = 17 September 2017 + | pcupdate = 25 September 2017   | ntupdate = 5 February 2017   | ntupdate = 5 February 2017   }}   }} [...]






Day, Summers and Company

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restored missing text ← Previous revision Revision as of 22:01, 26 September 2017 Line 3: Line 3:   '''Day, Summers and Company''' was a [[United Kingdom|British]] [[steam]] [[locomotive]] manufacturer and shipbuilder in the [[Southampton]] area.   '''Day, Summers and Company''' was a [[United Kingdom|British]] [[steam]] [[locomotive]] manufacturer and shipbuilder in the [[Southampton]] area.     − It opened as '''Summers, Groves and Day''' at the Millbrook Foundry in 1834. Its first locomotiveg and Potomac Railroad]] in [[United States of America|America]]. + It opened as '''Summers, Groves and Day''' at the Millbrook Foundry in 1834. Its first locomotive was "Jefferson" built built in 1837, a 2-2-0 for the [[Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroad]] in America.       Its engines were generally of the Stephenson [[Planet (locomotive)|"Planet" type.]] A further [[2-2-0]] was built in 1839 for the [[London and Greenwich Railway]]. This was modified soon after delivery by the addition of a trailing axle making it [[2-2-2]].   Its engines were generally of the Stephenson [[Planet (locomotive)|"Planet" type.]] A further [[2-2-0]] was built in 1839 for the [[London and Greenwich Railway]]. This was modified soon after delivery by the addition of a trailing axle making it [[2-2-2]]. [...]



Streu

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Bill Clements

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← Previous revision Revision as of 22:01, 26 September 2017 Line 50: Line 50:   |battles = [[World War II]]   |battles = [[World War II]]   }}   }} − '''William Perry "Bill" Clements Jr.''' (April 13, 1917 – May 29, 2011) was an American businessman, university executive, and politician from [[Texas]]. After making his fortune in [[crude oil]], Clements would go on to serve as [[Deputy Secretary of Defense]] and Chairman of the Board of Governors at [[Southern Methodist University]]. + '''William Perry Clements Jr.''' (April 13, 1917 – May 29, 2011) was an American businessman, university executive, and politician from [[Texas]]. After making his fortune in [[crude oil]], Clements would go on to serve as [[Deputy Secretary of Defense]] and Chairman of the Board of Governors at [[Southern Methodist University]].       Clements, a [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]], is most notable for serving as [[Governor of Texas]] for two non-consecutive terms. When first sworn in in 1979, he became the first Republican to have served as governor of the [[U.S. state]] of [[Texas]] since [[Reconstruction Era of the United States|Reconstruction]]. When Clements left office for good at the end of his second term in 1991, his eight total years in office were the most served by any Texas governor prior to governor [[Rick Perry]]. Clements was the first governor to be elected to multiple terms since Texas changed its constitution in 1972 to extend their governor's term of office to four years; since then, Perry and his predecessor, [[George W. Bush]], have also won multiple terms. Clements is also well known for being involved in the payment of players during the infamous days of the SMU football scandal. His involvement, along with others, would eventually lead to the NCAA applying the "Death Penalty" to the University and the football program itself.   Clements, a [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]], is most notable for serving as [[Governor of Texas]] for two non-consecutive terms. When first sworn in in 1979, he became the first Republican to have served as governor of the [[U.S. state]] of [[Texas]] since [[Reconstruction Era of the United States|Reconstruction]]. When Clements left office for good at the end of his second term in 1991, his eight total years in office were the most served by any Texas governor prior to governor [[Rick Perry]]. Clements was the first governor to be elected to multiple terms since Texas changed its constitution in 1972 to extend their governor's term of office to four years; since then, Perry and his predecessor, [[George W. Bush]], have also won multiple terms. Clements is also well known for being involved in the payment of players during the infamous days of the SMU football scandal. His involvement, along with others, would eventually lead to the NCAA applying the "Death Penalty" to the University and the football program itself. [...]



IOS version history

Tue, 26 Sep 2017 22:01:19 GMT

‎tvOS 11.x: No other section in this article adds the ".x". Either they all should have it, or none should have it. ← Previous revision Revision as of 22:01, 26 September 2017 Line 5,952: Line 5,952:   |}   |}     − ===tvOS 11.x=== + ===tvOS 11===   tvOS 11 was released on September 19, 2017.   tvOS 11 was released on September 19, 2017.     [...]



Draft:Steve Lacy (musician)

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‎Writing Discography: Formatting ← Previous revision Revision as of 22:01, 26 September 2017 Line 207: Line 207:   |{{hlist|Bennett|Lacy|Ronny "Flip" Colson}}   |{{hlist|Bennett|Lacy|Ronny "Flip" Colson}}   |-   |- − |rowspan="2"|Steve Lacy + |rowspan="3"|Steve Lacy   |''[[Steve Lacy's Demo]]''   |''[[Steve Lacy's Demo]]''   |All tracks   |All tracks − |rowspan="2"|Lacy + |Lacy   |-   |- − |''Non-album single'' + |rowspan = "2"|''Non-album single''   |"Moron"   |"Moron"   + |{{hlist|Lacy|Bennett}}   + |-   + |"4real"   + |Lacy   |-   |-   |[[GoldLink]]   |[[GoldLink]] Line 234: Line 238:   | archivedate = 2017-05-12 }}   | archivedate = 2017-05-12 }}   |{{hlist|T'Challa|Lacy}}   |{{hlist|T'Challa|Lacy}} − |-   − |Steve Lacy   − |''Non-album single''   − |"4real"   − |Lacy     |-   |-   |}   |} [...]



Airborne forces

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‎External links ← Previous revision Revision as of 22:01, 26 September 2017 Line 332: Line 332:   {{DEFAULTSORT:Airborne Forces}}   {{DEFAULTSORT:Airborne Forces}}   [[Category:Airborne warfare|.]]   [[Category:Airborne warfare|.]]   + [[Category:Military parachuting]]   + [[Category:Paratroopers|.]]   [[Category:Types of military forces]]   [[Category:Types of military forces]] [...]



Welcome Back (John Sebastian song)

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Sentences end with one period, not two. ← Previous revision Revision as of 22:01, 26 September 2017 Line 31: Line 31:   The producers liked the resulting song so much that they changed the name of the series to ''Welcome Back, Kotter''. Co-produced by [[Steve Barri]] and Sebastian, the song eventually sold over one million copies.{{cn|date=June 2017}}   The producers liked the resulting song so much that they changed the name of the series to ''Welcome Back, Kotter''. Co-produced by [[Steve Barri]] and Sebastian, the song eventually sold over one million copies.{{cn|date=June 2017}}     − The song originally had one verse, meant for the TV series. Because of the popularity of the show, Sebastian, in the single version, added a second verse to the song, as well as an instrumental section featuring a harmonica solo, before he resumed finishing up the verse, as well as the repeated chorus and coda to finish the song. The single version would eventually be used during the closing credits of ''Welcome Back, Kotter''.{{cn|date=June 2017}}. Some final season episodes have played the entire song, less the instrumental section, as the closing credits rolled. + The song originally had one verse, meant for the TV series. Because of the popularity of the show, Sebastian, in the single version, added a second verse to the song, as well as an instrumental section featuring a harmonica solo, before he resumed finishing up the verse, as well as the repeated chorus and coda to finish the song. The single version would eventually be used during the closing credits of ''Welcome Back, Kotter''.{{cn|date=June 2017}} Some final season episodes have played the entire song, less the instrumental section, as the closing credits rolled.       ==Chart performance==   ==Chart performance== [...]



1934 Tour de France, Stage 13 to Stage 23

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‎Stage 21a: tables ← Previous revision Revision as of 22:01, 26 September 2017 Line 988: Line 988:   ==Stage 21a==   ==Stage 21a==   '''27 July 1934 — [[La Rochelle]] to [[La Roche sur Yon]], {{convert|81|km|abbr=on}}'''   '''27 July 1934 — [[La Rochelle]] to [[La Roche sur Yon]], {{convert|81|km|abbr=on}}''' − {{Expand section|date=October 2016}} +   + {|   + |'''Stage 21a result'''   + {| class="wikitable"   + |-   + ! scope="col" | Rank   + ! scope="col" | Rider   + ! scope="col" | Team   + ! scope="col" | Time   + |-   + | style="text-align:center;" | 1   + | {{flagathlete|[[René Le Grèves]]|FRA}}   + | France   + | style="text-align:right;" | {{nowrap|3h 00' 06"}}   + |-   + | style="text-align:center;" | 2   + | {{flagathlete|[[Frans Bonduel]]|BEL}}   + | Belgium   + | style="text-align:right;" | s.t.   + |-   + | style="text-align:center;" | 3   + | {{flagathlete|[[Ettore Meini]]|ITA|1861}}   + | Individual   + | style="text-align:right;" | s.t.   + |-   + | style="text-align:center;" | 4   + | {{flagathlete|[[Georges Speicher]]|FRA}}   + | France   + | style="text-align:right;" | s.t.   + |-   + | style="text-align:center;" | 5   + | {{flagathlete|[[Romain Gijssels]]|BEL}}   + | Belgium   + | style="text-align:right;" | s.t.   + |-   + | style="text-align:center;" | 6   + | {{flagathlete|[[Raymond Louviot]]|FRA}}   + | France   + | style="text-align:right;" | s.t.   + |-   + | style="text-align:center;" | =7   + | {{flagathlete|[[Ambrogio Morelli]]|ITA|1861}}   + | Individual   + | style="text-align:right;" | s.t.   + |-   + | style="text-align:center;" | =7   + | {{flagathlete|[[Giuseppe Martano]]|ITA|1861}}   + | Italy   + | style="text-align:right;" | s.t.   + |-   + | style="text-align:center;" | =7   + | {{flagathlete|[[Giovanni Gotti]]|ITA|1861}}   + | Italy   + | style="text-align:right;" | s.t.   + |-   + | style="text-align:center;" | =7   + | {{flagathlete|[[Eugenio Gestri]]|ITA|1861}}   + | Italy   + | style="text-align:right;" | s.t.   + |}   + ||   + |'''General classification after stage 21a'''   + {| class="wikitable"  [...]



Gabriel Popa (footballer)

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repair improper tests/wreckage ← Previous revision Revision as of 22:01, 26 September 2017 Line 24: Line 24:   * [http://www.fcastraploiesti.ro/component/joomleague/?func=showPlayer&p=1&pid=33 Profile on Astra Ploieşti website]   * [http://www.fcastraploiesti.ro/component/joomleague/?func=showPlayer&p=1&pid=33 Profile on Astra Ploieşti website]       + {{use dmy dates|date=September 2011}}   {{DEFAULTSORT:Popa, Gabriel}}   {{DEFAULTSORT:Popa, Gabriel}}   [[Category:1985 births]]   [[Category:1985 births]] [...]



Talk:Doctor Octagonapus

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Draft:The Dare (Film)

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Portuguese India Armadas

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‎The End: grammar/add link for 'rutter'. ← Previous revision Revision as of 22:01, 26 September 2017 Line 321: Line 321:   For an entire century, the Portuguese had managed to monopolize the India run. The spice trade itself was not monopolized—through the 16th century, the [[Republic of Venice]] had kept up its competition through its overland Levantine routes—but the sea route by the Cape remained exclusively Portuguese. Despite occasional leaks (e.g. the [[Cantino planisphere]] of 1502), details of the Portuguese ''Carreira da Índia'' had been largely kept secret, or at least was not exploited by competitors. But this changed in the 1590s.   For an entire century, the Portuguese had managed to monopolize the India run. The spice trade itself was not monopolized—through the 16th century, the [[Republic of Venice]] had kept up its competition through its overland Levantine routes—but the sea route by the Cape remained exclusively Portuguese. Despite occasional leaks (e.g. the [[Cantino planisphere]] of 1502), details of the Portuguese ''Carreira da Índia'' had been largely kept secret, or at least was not exploited by competitors. But this changed in the 1590s.     − The capture of the Portuguese ship ''São Filipe'' by the English privateer Sir Francis Drake in 1587, with its rutter and detailed maps, prompted the first English attempt to sail to the East Indies, a private three-ship fleet organized by London merchants, and led by Sir [[James Lancaster]]. It was a disaster—most of the ships and crews were lost, and Lancaster had to resort to piracy to fill his hold—but it opened the way. + The capture of the Portuguese ship ''São Filipe'' by the English privateer Sir Francis Drake in 1587, with its [[rutter (nautical)|rutter]] and detailed maps, prompted the first English attempt to sail to the East Indies, a private three-ship fleet organized by London merchants, and led by Sir [[James Lancaster]]. It was a disaster—most of the ships and crews were lost, and Lancaster had to resort to piracy to fill his hold—but it opened the way.       In the Netherlands, the preacher and cartographer [[Petrus Plancius]] had long been urging his countrymen to set out on their own route, rather than relying on the Portuguese hauls. The Dutch effort received an injection from the information provided by [[Cornelis de Houtman]], a Dutch spy dispatched to Lisbon in 1592 to scout the spice trade, and [[Jan Huyghen van Linschoten]], a Dutch sailor who had served on many Portuguese India armadas from the 1580s. With this information in hand, the Dutch finally made their move in 1595, when a group of [[Amsterdam]] merchants formed the ''Compagnie van Verre'' and sent out their first expedition, under de Houtman, to the East Indies, aiming for the market port of [[Bantam (city)|Bantam]]. That same y[...]



User:EditorE/sandbox/Top 10 Hits of the End of the World

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← Previous revision Revision as of 22:01, 26 September 2017 Line 25: Line 25:   |quote = "It's like a garbage tapestry: you don't know what the fabric is; it's not something that's easily identifiable or quantifiable; there's a catalogue of films and cartoons and comic books within it, but one that many authors have contributed to. The Asia in ''Asiatisch'' is a nexus of stereotypes that have been perpetrated, elaborated, embellished and weaved, each time further and further dislocated from the original misrepresentation."   |quote = "It's like a garbage tapestry: you don't know what the fabric is; it's not something that's easily identifiable or quantifiable; there's a catalogue of films and cartoons and comic books within it, but one that many authors have contributed to. The Asia in ''Asiatisch'' is a nexus of stereotypes that have been perpetrated, elaborated, embellished and weaved, each time further and further dislocated from the original misrepresentation."   |source = — Qadiri on the "Imagined China" of ''Asiatisch''   |source = — Qadiri on the "Imagined China" of ''Asiatisch'' − |width = 12% + |width = 15%   |border = 1px   |border = 1px   |align = right   |align = right Line 36: Line 36:       ==Composition==   ==Composition== − ''Asiatisch'' presents Asian melodies through the lens of a western musical genre, that being [[grime (music genre)|grime]]. Primarily, ''Asiatisch'' is a sino grime album; [[Hyperdub]]'s Kode9 coined the phrase "sino grime" to describe a style of grime that heavily contained elements of Asian music. The album commentates on the use of Asian melodies in Western music that originated in the era of ''[[Looney Tunes]]'' shorts and similar media, where [[leitmotif]]s were composed to mimic Asian people. + ''Asiatisch'' presents Asian melodies through the lens of a western musical genre, that being [[grime (music genre)|grime]]. Primarily, ''Asiatisch'' is a sino grime album; [[Hyperdub]]'s Kode9 coined the phrase "sino grime" to describe a style of grime that heavily contained elements of Asian music. The album commentates on the use of Asian melodies in Western music that originated in the era of ''[[Looney Tunes]]'' shorts and similar media, where [[leitmotif]]s were composed to mimic Asian people. The stereotypes of Asian culture are presented via electronically-produced voices and drums, "scrambled" and distorted samples of ancient Chinese-language poems on the songs "Loading Beijing," "Wudang," and "Jade Stairs,"



Talk:Little Singers

Tue, 26 Sep 2017 22:01:13 GMT

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Charles I of Anjou

Tue, 26 Sep 2017 22:01:12 GMT

Fix typo in wikilink ← Previous revision Revision as of 22:01, 26 September 2017 Line 112: Line 112:   In the spring of 1264, Cardinals [[Pope Martin IV|Simon of Brie]] and [[Pope Clement IV|Guy Foulquois]] were sent to France to reach a compromise and start preaching the crusade.{{sfn|Housley|1982|p=18}}{{sfn|Runciman|1958|p=79}} Charles sent troops to Rome to protect the pope against Manfred's allies.{{sfn|Runciman|1958|p=81}} At Foulquois' request, Charles' sister-in-law, Margaret (who had not abandoned her claims to her dowry) pledged that she would not take actions against Charles during his absence.{{sfn|Runciman|1958|p=81}} Foulquois also persuaded the French and Provençal prelates to offer financial support for the crusade.{{sfn|Dunbabin|1998|p=132}}{{sfn|Runciman|1958|p=81}} Pope Urban died before the final agreement was concluded.{{sfn|Runciman|1958|p=82}} Charles made arrangements for his campaign against Sicily during the interregnum; he concluded agreements to secure his free march across Lombardy and had the leaders of the Provençal rebels executed.{{sfn|Runciman|1958|p=82}}   In the spring of 1264, Cardinals [[Pope Martin IV|Simon of Brie]] and [[Pope Clement IV|Guy Foulquois]] were sent to France to reach a compromise and start preaching the crusade.{{sfn|Housley|1982|p=18}}{{sfn|Runciman|1958|p=79}} Charles sent troops to Rome to protect the pope against Manfred's allies.{{sfn|Runciman|1958|p=81}} At Foulquois' request, Charles' sister-in-law, Margaret (who had not abandoned her claims to her dowry) pledged that she would not take actions against Charles during his absence.{{sfn|Runciman|1958|p=81}} Foulquois also persuaded the French and Provençal prelates to offer financial support for the crusade.{{sfn|Dunbabin|1998|p=132}}{{sfn|Runciman|1958|p=81}} Pope Urban died before the final agreement was concluded.{{sfn|Runciman|1958|p=82}} Charles made arrangements for his campaign against Sicily during the interregnum; he concluded agreements to secure his free march across Lombardy and had the leaders of the Provençal rebels executed.{{sfn|Runciman|1958|p=82}}     − Foulquois was elected pope in February 1265; he soon confirmed Charles' senatorship and urged him to come to Rome.{{sfn|Runciman|1958|pp=82–83}} Charles agreed that he would hold the Kingdom of Sicily as the popes' vassal for an annual tribute of 8,000 onces of gold.{{sfn|Dunbabin|1998|p=132}} He also promised that he would never run for the imperial title.{{sfn|Dunbabin|1998|p=132}} He embarked at Marseilles on 10 May and landed at [[Ostia]] ten days later.{{sfn|Runciman|1958|p=82}} He was installed as senator on 21 June and four cardinals invested him with the kingdom a week later.{{sfn|Runciman|1958|p=82}} To finance further military actions, he borrowed money from Italian bankers with the p[...]



John Wright (1770–1844)

Tue, 26 Sep 2017 22:01:12 GMT

restore from template damage ← Previous revision Revision as of 22:01, 26 September 2017 Line 1: Line 1:   + {{EngvarB|date=August 2014}}   + {{Use dmy dates|date=August 2014}}   + {{Orphan|date=January 2013}}   '''John Wright''' (1770?–1844) was an English bookseller, author, editor and publisher.   '''John Wright''' (1770?–1844) was an English bookseller, author, editor and publisher.     [...]



Southpointe

Tue, 26 Sep 2017 22:01:12 GMT

← Previous revision Revision as of 22:01, 26 September 2017 Line 13: Line 13:       The Washington County Chamber of Commerce is headquartered in Southpointe.   The Washington County Chamber of Commerce is headquartered in Southpointe.   +   + Southpointe is a hub for the local "labor market", aka [[the slave trade]]. Slaves of every race and nationality, including but not limited to Caucasian, Asian, Pacific Islander, and Native American, can be purchased at the Southpointe Labor Market Tuesday through Saturday from 12:00 pm to 5:30 pm. Prices are considered reasonable and home delivery is available. If you're planning to make a trip, be sure to go Thursday (when the slaves are freshest) and ask for Justin. He's always up to make a good deal.       {{Portal|Pittsburgh}}   {{Portal|Pittsburgh}} [...]



Draft:PiperWai

Tue, 26 Sep 2017 22:01:12 GMT

organize pt1 ← Previous revision Revision as of 22:01, 26 September 2017 Line 30: Line 30:       PiperWai has more than retail distribution in more than 200 independent lifestyle boutiques and has 200,000 customers.{{cite web| url=http://www.adweek.com/agencies/this-4-minute-for-an-all-natural-deodorant-is-about-as-different-as-the-product-itself/| title=This 4-Minute Ad for an All-Natural Deodorant Is About as Different as the Product Itself| date=25 May 2017| publisher=Adweek| access-date=26 September 2017}}   PiperWai has more than retail distribution in more than 200 independent lifestyle boutiques and has 200,000 customers.{{cite web| url=http://www.adweek.com/agencies/this-4-minute-for-an-all-natural-deodorant-is-about-as-different-as-the-product-itself/| title=This 4-Minute Ad for an All-Natural Deodorant Is About as Different as the Product Itself| date=25 May 2017| publisher=Adweek| access-date=26 September 2017}}   +   + ==References==   + {{reflist}} [...]



Miss America 1991

Tue, 26 Sep 2017 22:01:11 GMT

‎Delegates ← Previous revision Revision as of 22:01, 26 September 2017 Line 211: Line 211:   | {{flagicon|Washington}} '''[[Miss Washington|Washington]]''' || Lynnae Marie Thurik || || || || || ||   | {{flagicon|Washington}} '''[[Miss Washington|Washington]]''' || Lynnae Marie Thurik || || || || || ||   |-   |- − | {{flagicon|West Virginia}} '''[[Miss West Virginia|West Virginia]]''' || Melissa Lynn Costello || || || || || || + | {{flagicon|West Virginia}} '''[[Miss West Virginia|West Virginia]]''' || Melissa Lynn Costello || || || || || Fruit of the Loom Award||   |-   |-   | {{flagicon|Wisconsin}} '''[[Miss Wisconsin|Wisconsin]]''' || Tricia Ann Luedtke || || || || || Non-Finalist Talent Award ||   | {{flagicon|Wisconsin}} '''[[Miss Wisconsin|Wisconsin]]''' || Tricia Ann Luedtke || || || || || Non-Finalist Talent Award || [...]



Talk:Battle Royale (manga)

Tue, 26 Sep 2017 22:01:10 GMT

Update INST201-0102 Introduction to Information Science assignment details ← Previous revision Revision as of 22:01, 26 September 2017 Line 2: Line 2:   {{WikiProject Anime and manga|class=Start|importance=Low}}   {{WikiProject Anime and manga|class=Start|importance=Low}}   {{WikiProject Horror|class=Start|auto=Inherit|importance=}}   {{WikiProject Horror|class=Start|auto=Inherit|importance=}}   + {{dashboard.wikiedu.org assignment | course = Wikipedia:Wiki_Ed/University_of_Maryland/INST201-0102_Introduction_to_Information_Science_(Fall_2017) | assignments = [[User:LumpierOden|LumpierOden]] }}   == Little help here... ==   == Little help here... ==     [...]



User:Waxworx3-73

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