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Wikipedia:WikiProject Missing encyclopedic articles/Organized crime

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number formatting. layout. ← Previous revision Revision as of 19:13, 24 June 2017 Line 777: Line 777:   *[[War of the Jews]] [https://web.archive.org/web/20101120163425/http://carpenoctem.tv/mafia/jews.html] - dab page, none seem mafia related   *[[War of the Jews]] [https://web.archive.org/web/20101120163425/http://carpenoctem.tv/mafia/jews.html] - dab page, none seem mafia related     − ==17== + ==9==   ;[[East Side Gang]]   ;[[East Side Gang]]   #[[Gianolla Brothers|Tony and Sam Gianolla]] [https://web.archive.org/web/20091026121632/http://geocities.com/jiggs2000_us/gianollagang.html]   #[[Gianolla Brothers|Tony and Sam Gianolla]] [https://web.archive.org/web/20091026121632/http://geocities.com/jiggs2000_us/gianollagang.html] Line 848: Line 848:   #[[Pascuzzi Combine]] [https://web.archive.org/web/20091026121633/http://geocities.com/jiggs2000_us/pascuzzi.html]   #[[Pascuzzi Combine]] [https://web.archive.org/web/20091026121633/http://geocities.com/jiggs2000_us/pascuzzi.html]     − ==18== + ==10==   ;Leadership   ;Leadership   #[[Vincent Loscalzo]] [https://web.archive.org/web/20091022141240/http://geocities.com/scottyyz/loscalzo.html]   #[[Vincent Loscalzo]] [https://web.archive.org/web/20091022141240/http://geocities.com/scottyyz/loscalzo.html] Line 882: Line 882:   #[[Anthony Lanza|Anthony "Pee-Wee" Lanza]] [https://web.archive.org/web/20091026054749/http://geocities.com/scottyyz/lanza.html]   #[[Anthony Lanza|Anthony "Pee-Wee" Lanza]] [https://web.archive.org/web/20091026054749/http://geocities.com/scottyyz/lanza.html]     − ==19== + ==11==   #[[Joseph W. Amico|Joseph W. "Chico" Amico]] [https://web.archive.org/web/20080418181952/http://www.whiteyworld.com/Chico%20Amico.htm]   #[[Joseph W. Amico|Joseph W. "Chico" Amico]] [https://web.archive.org/web/20080418181952/http://www.whiteyworld.com/Chico%20Amico.htm]   #[[Donato Angiulo]] [https://web.archive.org/web/20080418181952/http://www.whiteyworld.com/Donato%20Angiulo.htm] - redirect   #[[Donato Angiulo]] [https://web.archive.org/web/20080418181952/http://www.whiteyworld.com/Donato%20Angiulo.htm] - redirect Line 1,087: Line 1,087:   #[[Benjamin Zinna|Benjamin "Benny" Zinna]] [https://web.archive.org/web/20071230005331/http://www.whiteyworld.com/Benjamin%20(Benny)%20Zinna.htm]   #[[Benjamin Zinna|Benjamin "Benny" Zinna]] [https://web.archive.org/web/20071230005331/http://www.whiteyworld.com/Benjamin%20(Benny)%20Zinna.htm]     − ==20== + ==12==   #[[Gemma Adams]] murderuk.com/serial_steve_wright.html - redirect   #[[Gemma Adams]] murderuk.com/serial_steve_wright.html - redirect   #[[Joyce Adamson]] murderuk.com/serial_mark_rowntree.html   #[[Joyce Adamson]] murderuk.com/serial_mark_rowntree.html −     #[[Drew Affleck]] murderuk.com/mass_drew_affleck.html   #[[Drew Affleck]] murderuk.com/mass_drew_affleck.html   #[[Marjorie Ashton]] murderuk.com/serial_stephen_akinmurele.html   #[[Marjorie Ashton]] murderuk.com/serial_stephen_akinmurele.html Line 1,215: Line 1,214:   #[[Angela Wooliscroft]] murderuk.com/one_off_michael_hart.html   #[[Angela Wooliscroft]] murderuk.com/one_off_michael_hart.html     − ==25== + ==13==   #[[Irish Mob Wars]] - can it be own article?   #[[Irish Mob Wars]] - can it be own article?     Line 1,714: Line 1,713:   #[[Max Hoff (bootlegger)|Max Hoff]] (1893-1941) "Boo Boo", US bootlegger and gambling organizer {{search|Max+Hoff}}   #[[Max Hoff (bootlegger)|Max Hoff]] (1893-1941) "Boo Boo", US bootlegger and gambling organizer {{search|Max[...]



Lorraine Kelly

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‎1993–2010: GMTV: fix typo ← Previous revision Revision as of 19:13, 24 June 2017 Line 44: Line 44:   In Autumn 2000, as ''GMTV'' rebranded to ''GMTV Today'', Kelly's show changed its name to ''LK Today''. As part of the later rebrand that took place in 2009, the show again changed its title to ''GMTV with Lorraine'', to coincide with ''GMTV Today'' changing back to ''GMTV''. Lorraine moved for the first time into the main ''GMTV'' studio, instead of having her own part of the studio to host from. In April 2010, to make ''GMTV''{{'}}s programming more consistent, ''GMTV with Lorraine'' began airing all year round, instead of breaking during school holidays, with guest presenters.   In Autumn 2000, as ''GMTV'' rebranded to ''GMTV Today'', Kelly's show changed its name to ''LK Today''. As part of the later rebrand that took place in 2009, the show again changed its title to ''GMTV with Lorraine'', to coincide with ''GMTV Today'' changing back to ''GMTV''. Lorraine moved for the first time into the main ''GMTV'' studio, instead of having her own part of the studio to host from. In April 2010, to make ''GMTV''{{'}}s programming more consistent, ''GMTV with Lorraine'' began airing all year round, instead of breaking during school holidays, with guest presenters.     − According to the ''[[Sunday Mirror]]'', in 2007, Kelly was prevented from appearing in an advertising campaign for [[Asda]] as GMTV managing director Clive Crouch felt that such a move would create more bad publicity for GMTV, which had recently been fined £2 million by broadcasting regulator [[Ofcom]] for its misuse of premium-rate phone lines.{{cite web|url=http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/broadcasting/a79621/gmtv-bans-lorraine-kellys-ad-plans.html?rss|title='GMTV' bans Lorraine Kelly's ad plans|accessdate=5 February 2008|date=11 November 2007|work=Digital Spy|first= Daniel |last=Kilkelly\accessdate=3 June 2015}} + According to the ''[[Sunday Mirror]]'', in 2007, Kelly was prevented from appearing in an advertising campaign for [[Asda]] as GMTV managing director Clive Crouch felt that such a move would create more bad publicity for GMTV, which had recently been fined £2 million by broadcasting regulator [[Ofcom]] for its misuse of premium-rate phone lines.{{cite web|url=http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/broadcasting/a79621/gmtv-bans-lorraine-kellys-ad-plans.html?rss|title='GMTV' bans Lorraine Kelly's ad plans|accessdate=5 February 2008|date=11 November 2007|work=Digital Spy|first= Daniel |last=Kilkelly|accessdate=3 June 2015}}       In November 2009, ITV plc took full control of the broadcaster after purchasing The Walt Disney Company's 25% share.{{cite news|url=https://www.theguardian.com/media/2009/nov/26/itv-buys-remaining-gmtv-stake|title= ITV takes full control of breakfast TV broadcaster GMTV|newspaper= The Guardian|date= 26 November 2009|first=James|last= Robinson|accessdate= 3 June 2015|publisher=Guardian News and Media, Ltd.}} On 9 July 2010, as well as the announcement that ''GMTV'' had been axed to make way for ''Daybreak'', it was also revealed that Kelly's new programme ''[[Lorraine (TV programme)|Lorraine]]'' would replace ''GMTV with Lorraine''{{cite web|url=http://www.gm.tv/presenters/51267-gmtv-changing-name-daybreak.html |title=A new dawn for GMTV |website=GMTV |date=12 July 2010 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20100712104848/http://www.gm.tv/presenters/51267-gmtv-changing-name-daybreak.html |archivedate=12 July 2010 }} On 15 July 2010, Kelly presented her last show before leaving.   In November 2009, ITV plc took full control of the broadcaster after purchasing The Walt Disney Company's 25% share.{{cite news|url=https://www.theguardian.com/media/2009/nov/26/itv-buys-remaining-gmtv-stake|title= I[...]



Portrush

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Reverted edits by 95.83.254.95 (talk) to last version by JJMC89 bot ← Previous revision Revision as of 19:13, 24 June 2017 Line 29: Line 29:   |website=   |website=   }}   }} − '''Portrush''' ({{Irish derived place name|Port Rois|[[promontory]] port}})[http://www.logainm.ie/62009.aspx Placenames Database of Ireland] is a small [[seaside resort]] town in [[County Antrim]], [[Northern Ireland]], [[United Kingdom]], on the [[County Derry]] border. The main part of the old town, including the [[Portrush railway station|railway station]] as well as most hotels, restaurants and bars, is built on a mile–long [[peninsula]], [[Ramore Head]], pointing north-northwest. It had a population of 6,454 people as measured by the [[United Kingdom Census 2011|2011 Census]]. In the off-season, Portrush is a [[dormitory town]] for the nearby campus of the [[University of Ulster]] at [[Coleraine]]. It neighbours the resort of [[Portstewart]]. + '''Portrush''' ({{Irish derived place name|Port Rois|[[promontory]] port}})[http://www.logainm.ie/62009.aspx Placenames Database of Ireland] is a small [[seaside resort]] town in [[County Antrim]], [[Northern Ireland]], [[United Kingdom]], on the [[County Londonderry]] border. The main part of the old town, including the [[Portrush railway station|railway station]] as well as most hotels, restaurants and bars, is built on a mile–long [[peninsula]], [[Ramore Head]], pointing north-northwest. It had a population of 6,454 people as measured by the [[United Kingdom Census 2011|2011 Census]]. In the off-season, Portrush is a [[dormitory town]] for the nearby campus of the [[University of Ulster]] at [[Coleraine]]. It neighbours the resort of [[Portstewart]].       The town is well known for its three sandy beaches, the West Strand, East Strand and White Rocks, as well as the [[Royal Portrush Golf Club]], the only golf club outside of mainland Great Britain which has hosted [[the Open Championship]].   The town is well known for its three sandy beaches, the West Strand, East Strand and White Rocks, as well as the [[Royal Portrush Golf Club]], the only golf club outside of mainland Great Britain which has hosted [[the Open Championship]]. [...]



Cotyledon (genus)

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‎Taxonomy: Fix ref error ← Previous revision Revision as of 19:13, 24 June 2017 Line 29: Line 29:       ==Taxonomy==   ==Taxonomy== − Until the 1960s there were about 150 species described as being in the genus ''Cotyledon''. However, since then it has been split into at least ''[[Adromischus]]'', ''[[Dudleya]]'', ''[[Rosularia]]'', and ''[[Tylecodon]]'', leaving probably less than two dozen species in ''Cotyledon''.{{cite book |title=Plants of southern Africa: Names and distribution (Memoirs van die Botaniese Opname van Suid-Afrika) |publisher=National Botanical Institute |location=Pretoria |year=1993 |pages= |isbn=1-874907-03-X |oclc= |doi= |accessdate=}} Of these, about four are characteristically [[fynbos]] plants.{{cite book |author1=Paterson-Jones, Colin |author2=Manning, John |title=Field Guide to Fynbos |publisher=Struik Publishers |location=Cape Town |year=2008 |pages= |isbn=1-77007-265-9 |oclc= |doi= |accessdate=}} + Until the 1960s there were about 150 species described as being in the genus ''Cotyledon''.{{cite book |last=Dyer |first=R. Allen |title=The Genera of Southern African Flowering Plants |isbn=0-621-02854-1 |year=1975}} However, since then it has been split into at least ''[[Adromischus]]'', ''[[Dudleya]]'', ''[[Rosularia]]'', and ''[[Tylecodon]]'', leaving probably less than two dozen species in ''Cotyledon''.{{cite book |title=Plants of southern Africa: Names and distribution (Memoirs van die Botaniese Opname van Suid-Afrika) |publisher=National Botanical Institute |location=Pretoria |year=1993 |pages= |isbn=1-874907-03-X |oclc= |doi= |accessdate=}} Of these, about four are characteristically [[fynbos]] plants.{{cite book |author1=Paterson-Jones, Colin |author2=Manning, John |title=Field Guide to Fynbos |publisher=Struik Publishers |location=Cape Town |year=2008 |pages= |isbn=1-77007-265-9 |oclc= |doi= |accessdate=}}       ==Cultivation and uses==   ==Cultivation and uses== [...]



Mountaingem

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added auto taxobox ← Previous revision Revision as of 19:13, 24 June 2017 Line 1: Line 1: − {{Taxobox + {{Automatic Taxobox   | name = Mountaingem   | name = Mountaingem   | image = Purple-throated mountaingem female.JPG   | image = Purple-throated mountaingem female.JPG − | image_width = 250px + | image_caption = [[Purple-throated mountaingem]] (''Lampornis calolaemus'') '''♀''' in [[Costa Rica]] − | image_caption = [[Purple-throated mountaingem]] (''Lampornis calolaemus'') '''♀''' in [[Costa Rica]] + | taxon = Lampornis − | regnum = [[Animal]]ia + | authority = [[William John Swainson|Swainson]], 1827 − | phylum = [[Chordate|Chordata]] + | subdivision_ranks = [[Species]] − | classis = [[Bird|Aves]] + | subdivision = 6-8, see text − | ordo = [[Apodiformes]] + | synonyms = − | familia = [[Trochilidae]]   − | genus = '''''Lampornis'''''   − | genus_authority = [[William John Swainson|Swainson]], 1827   − | subdivision_ranks = Species   − | subdivision =   − ''L. clemenciae''
  − ''L. amethystinus''
  − ''L. viridipallens''
  − ''L. sybillae''
  − ''L. calolaema''
  − ''L. castaneoventris''
  − (see article text for discussion)     }}   }}     Line 14: Line 14:   These are medium-sized to large (10–13 cm) hummingbirds with shortish slightly curved black bills. The males typically have green upperparts and a brightly coloured throat, which is a dull colour in the female. The females of some species also may differ significantly from the males in other plumage features.   These are medium-sized to large (10–13 cm) hummingbirds with shortish slightly curved black bills. The males typically have green upperparts and a brightly coloured throat, which is a dull colour in the female. The females of some species also may differ significantly from the males in other plumage features.     − The female mountain-gem is entirely responsible for nest building and incubation. She lays two white eggs in a deep plant-fibre cup nest. Incubation takes 15–19 days, and fledging another 20-26. + The female mountaingem is entirely responsible for nest building and incubation. She lays two white eggs in a deep plant-fibre cup nest. Incubation takes 15–19 days, and fledging another 20-26.       The food of this genus is nectar, taken from a variety of small flowers. Like other hummingbirds, mountaingems also takes small insects as an essential source of protein.   The food of this genus is nectar, taken from a variety of small flowers. Like other hummingbirds, mountaingems also takes small insects as an essential source of protein. [...]



User:BobDylanFan1994/sandbox

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‎Complete Formula One results ← Previous revision Revision as of 19:13, 24 June 2017 Line 98: Line 98:   |style="background:#DFFFDF;"|[[Turkish Grand Prix|TUR]]
10   |style="background:#DFFFDF;"|[[Turkish Grand Prix|TUR]]
10   |style="background:#DFFFDF;"|[[Spanish Grand Prix|ESP]]
7   |style="background:#DFFFDF;"|[[Spanish Grand Prix|ESP]]
7 − |[[Monaco Grand Prix|MON]]
10 + |style="background:#DFFFDF;"|[[Monaco Grand Prix|MON]]
10   |[[Canadian Grand Prix|CAN]]
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9   |[[Brazilian Grand Prix|BRA]]
9   !10th   !10th − !15 + !16   |-   |-   |}   |} [...]



Tyler Bate

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‎In wrestling ← Previous revision Revision as of 19:13, 24 June 2017 Line 50: Line 50:   ** [[Suplex#German suplex|German suplex]]   ** [[Suplex#German suplex|German suplex]]   ** [[Professional wrestling aerial techniques#Over the top rope suicide dive|Over the top rope]] [[Moonsault|moonsault]] [[Professional wrestling aerial techniques#Plancha|plancha]]   ** [[Professional wrestling aerial techniques#Over the top rope suicide dive|Over the top rope]] [[Moonsault|moonsault]] [[Professional wrestling aerial techniques#Plancha|plancha]] − ** [[Professional wrestling attacks#Rebound clothesline|Rebound]] [[Professional wrestling attacks#Lariat|Lariat]] + ** [[Professional wrestling attacks#Rebound clothesline|Rebound]] [[Professional wrestling attacks#Lariat|lariat]]   ** [[Professional wrestling attacks#Rolling wheel kick|Rolling wheel kick]]   ** [[Professional wrestling attacks#Rolling wheel kick|Rolling wheel kick]]   ** [[Moonsault#Springboard moonsault|Springboard moonsault]] to the [[Professional wrestling aerial techniques#Plancha|outside of the ring]]   ** [[Moonsault#Springboard moonsault|Springboard moonsault]] to the [[Professional wrestling aerial techniques#Plancha|outside of the ring]] [...]



Tilstock Airfield

Sat, 24 Jun 2017 19:13:09 GMT

‎Prees Heath Army Camp: typo ← Previous revision Revision as of 19:13, 24 June 2017 Line 7: Line 7:       ==Prees Heath Army Camp==   ==Prees Heath Army Camp== − Opened in 1915 as a training base for the [[British Army]], it had a capacity for 30,000 men for training in [[trench warfare]].{{citeweb|url=http://www.discovershropshire.org.uk/html/search/verb/GetRecord/theme:20070227153903|title=Shropshire timeline|publisher=discovershropshire.org.uk|accessdate=2010-01-08}}{{citeweb|url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/h2g2/alabaster/A636022|title=Prees Heath|publisher=BBC News|accessdate=2010-01-08}} It additionally acted later as a store for supplies, with its own railway depot feed by a {{convert|1|mi|km}} [[branch line]] from the [[LNWR]]'s [[Crewe and Shrewsbury Railway]]. As casualties mounted, it became a [[hospital]] with a fully fledged [[barracks]]. + Opened in 1915 as a training base for the [[British Army]], it had a capacity for 30,000 men for training in [[trench warfare]].{{citeweb|url=http://www.discovershropshire.org.uk/html/search/verb/GetRecord/theme:20070227153903|title=Shropshire timeline|publisher=discovershropshire.org.uk|accessdate=2010-01-08}}{{citeweb|url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/h2g2/alabaster/A636022|title=Prees Heath|publisher=BBC News|accessdate=2010-01-08}} It additionally acted later as a store for supplies, with its own railway depot fed by a {{convert|1|mi|km}} [[branch line]] from the [[LNWR]]'s [[Crewe and Shrewsbury Railway]]. As casualties mounted, it became a [[hospital]] with a fully fledged [[barracks]].       The scale and size of the camp brought about the appointment of the first female [[police officer]]s in the [[Shropshire Constabulary]], to manage and restrain local women from heading to the camp.{{citeweb|url=http://www.ncr45mercianway.co.uk/whitchurchhistory.html|title=A Brief History of Whitchurch|publisher=NCR 45 Mercian Way|accessdate=2010-01-08}}   The scale and size of the camp brought about the appointment of the first female [[police officer]]s in the [[Shropshire Constabulary]], to manage and restrain local women from heading to the camp.{{citeweb|url=http://www.ncr45mercianway.co.uk/whitchurchhistory.html|title=A Brief History of Whitchurch|publisher=NCR 45 Mercian Way|accessdate=2010-01-08}} [...]



Humberto Gatica

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Discography

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*2015: El Amor, Gloria Trevi (Producer)
 
*2015: El Amor, Gloria Trevi (Producer)
 
*2015: Cinema, Andrea Bocelli (Producer)
 
*2015: Cinema, Andrea Bocelli (Producer)
*2016: Amor Absoluto: Medley Tributo a Julio Iglesias, Edward Mena (producer)
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*2016: Amor Absoluto: Medley Tributo a Julio Iglesias, Edward Mena (Producer)
   
 
==References==
 
==References==



Talk:2017

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Al-Nuri Mosque in Mosul

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*[[89th Academy Awards]]
 
*[[89th Academy Awards]]
 
[[User:The Rambling Man|The Rambling Man]] ([[User talk:The Rambling Man|talk]]) 19:06, 24 June 2017 (UTC)
 
[[User:The Rambling Man|The Rambling Man]] ([[User talk:The Rambling Man|talk]]) 19:06, 24 June 2017 (UTC)
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:I doubt that any of those are eligible. Very few sports events are important enough - they go on [[2017 in sports]]. We don't usually include awards or space-related events. [[User:Jim Michael|Jim Michael]] ([[User talk:Jim Michael|talk]]) 19:13, 24 June 2017 (UTC)



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Jo Cox

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Filling in 1 references using Reflinks ← Previous revision Revision as of 19:13, 24 June 2017 Line 76: Line 76:   In December 2016, a diverse group of politicians came together to record a cover of [[the Rolling Stones]] "[[You Can't Always Get What You Want]]" in honour of Cox. Politicians from the [[Labour Party (UK)|Labour Party]], the [[Conservative Party (UK)|Conservatives]], and the SNP joined with members of the Parliament Choir, the Royal Opera House Thurrock Community Chorus, musician [[KT Tunstall]], [[Steve Harley]], [[Ricky Wilson (singer)|Ricky Wilson]], [[David Gray (musician)|David Gray]] and other musicians. All profits from sales of the song went to the Jo Cox Foundation.{{Cite news|url=http://www.telegraph.co.uk/music/news/behind-jo-cox-charity-single-plus-everything-else-need-know/|title=Who's behind the Jo Cox charity single? Plus, everything else you need to know|work=The Telegraph|access-date=2 May 2017|language=en-GB}}   In December 2016, a diverse group of politicians came together to record a cover of [[the Rolling Stones]] "[[You Can't Always Get What You Want]]" in honour of Cox. Politicians from the [[Labour Party (UK)|Labour Party]], the [[Conservative Party (UK)|Conservatives]], and the SNP joined with members of the Parliament Choir, the Royal Opera House Thurrock Community Chorus, musician [[KT Tunstall]], [[Steve Harley]], [[Ricky Wilson (singer)|Ricky Wilson]], [[David Gray (musician)|David Gray]] and other musicians. All profits from sales of the song went to the Jo Cox Foundation.{{Cite news|url=http://www.telegraph.co.uk/music/news/behind-jo-cox-charity-single-plus-everything-else-need-know/|title=Who's behind the Jo Cox charity single? Plus, everything else you need to know|work=The Telegraph|access-date=2 May 2017|language=en-GB}}     − In May 2017, a memorial, designed by Cox's children, was unveiled in the [[House of Commons of the United Kingdom|House of Commons]]. The unveiling took place at the first "Great Get Together" event that the Jo Cox Foundation held and was in the form of a family day at [[Parliament of the United Kingdom|Parliament]].{{Cite news|url=http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/04/14/jo-cox-memorial-unveiled-house-commons-next-month-two-young/|title=Jo Cox memorial to be unveiled in the House of Commons next month by her two young children|work=The Telegraph|access-date=2 May 2017|language=en-GB}} In June 2017, Cox's husband Brendan published ''Jo Cox: More In Common'', a book that talks about the impact of his wife's death on their family.{{cite news|first=Decca |last=Aitkenhead |url=https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2017/jun/03/brendan-cox-jo-cox-consumed-fury-hatred |title=Brendan Cox: ‘It would be easy to be consumed by fury and hatred and bile’ |publisher=Guardian Media Group |newspaper=The Guardian |date=3 June 2017 |accessdate=3 June 2017}}{{cite news|url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-40142310 |title=Jo Cox's son made up a song in her memory after she was killed |work=BBC News |publisher=BBC |date=3 June 2017 |accessdate=3 June 2017}} In June 2017, and to mark the first anniversary of Cox's death, her family and friends urged people to take part in a weekend of events to celebrate her life and held under the banner of "The Great Get Together"; events included picnics, street parties and concerts.{{cite news|url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-leeds-40293045 |title=Events held to remember murdered MP Jo Cox |work=BBC News |publisher=BBC |date=16 June 2017 |accessdate=16 June 2017}} Also in June 2017, a [[coat of arms[...]



Grateful (DJ Khaled album)

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Reverting possible vandalism by 2604:2000:50C9:B100:C53F:7573:308D:ED7F to version by A Great Catholic Person. Report False Positive? Thanks, ClueBot NG. (3071577) (Bot) ← Previous revision Revision as of 19:13, 24 June 2017 Line 7: Line 7:   | Recorded = 2016–17   | Recorded = 2016–17   | Length = 87:25   | Length = 87:25 − | Label = {{hlist|[[We the Best Music Group|We the Best]]|[[Epic Records|Epic]]}} FMFSMS A TRIBE CALLED YEAH + | Label = {{hlist|[[We the Best Music Group|We the Best]]|[[Epic Records|Epic]]}}   | Producer = {{hlist|Joe Castellano ([[Executive producer#Music|exec.]])Jarrett Ferguson{{small|(also exec.)}}|808-Ray|Ben Billions|[[Andrew godoy]]|[[Cool & Dre]]|[[Danja (record producer)|Danja]]|[[DannyBoyStyles]]|[[Lee on the Beats]]|[[Nic Nac]]|[[Metro Boomin]]|[[Southside]]|Schife|StreetRunner|Tarik Azzouz|The Beat Bully}}   | Producer = {{hlist|Joe Castellano ([[Executive producer#Music|exec.]])Jarrett Ferguson{{small|(also exec.)}}|808-Ray|Ben Billions|[[Andrew godoy]]|[[Cool & Dre]]|[[Danja (record producer)|Danja]]|[[DannyBoyStyles]]|[[Lee on the Beats]]|[[Nic Nac]]|[[Metro Boomin]]|[[Southside]]|Schife|StreetRunner|Tarik Azzouz|The Beat Bully}}   | Last album = ''[[Major Key (album)|Major Key]]''
(2016)   | Last album = ''[[Major Key (album)|Major Key]]''
(2016) [...]



User:Mtsmallwood/sandbox

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‎Disposition ← Previous revision Revision as of 19:13, 24 June 2017 Line 602: Line 602:   | editor =   | editor =   | publisher =   | publisher = − | nopp = yes}} [[Undine (sternwheeler)|Undine]] was on the Lewis River route in the place of ''Mascot'', but ''Undine'' drew too much water to be operated on the river except at the times of the best water level. + | nopp = yes}} [[Undine (sternwheeler)|''Undine'']] was on the Lewis River route in the place of ''Mascot'', but ''Undine'' drew too much water to be operated on the river except at the times of the best water level.       It would have cost about $25,000 to build a vessel of ''Mascot''’s type, so consideration was given to building a freight-only vessel. With the elimination of staterooms and other passenger conveniences it was estimated that a freight and (perhaps) a day-passenger only boat could be built for $15,000.   It would have cost about $25,000 to build a vessel of ''Mascot''’s type, so consideration was given to building a freight-only vessel. With the elimination of staterooms and other passenger conveniences it was estimated that a freight and (perhaps) a day-passenger only boat could be built for $15,000. [...]



Linda Williamson

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She resided in Northlake. Franklin Park was the location of her district office. ← Previous revision Revision as of 19:13, 24 June 2017 Line 1: Line 1:   '''Linda-Jean M. Williamson''' (born November 11, 1952) was an American politician.   '''Linda-Jean M. Williamson''' (born November 11, 1952) was an American politician.     − Born in [[Chicago, Illinois]], Williamson studied political science at [[Triton College]]. She served on the board of trustees for [[Leyden Township, Cook County, Illinois|Leyden Township]], [[Cook County, Illinois]]. She lived in [[Franklin Park, Illinois]]. From 1985 to 1991, Williamson served in the [[Illinois House of Representatives]] and was a [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]].'Illinois Blue Book 1989-1990,' Biographical Sketch of Linda Williamson, pg.89[http://www.ourcampaigns.com/CandidateDetail.html?CandidateID=103517 Our Campaigns.com.-Linda Williamson] + Born in [[Chicago, Illinois]], Williamson studied political science at [[Triton College]]. She served on the board of trustees for [[Leyden Township, Cook County, Illinois|Leyden Township]], [[Cook County, Illinois]]. She lived in [[Northlake, Illinois]].From 1985 to 1991, Williamson served in the [[Illinois House of Representatives]] and was a [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]].'Illinois Blue Book 1989-1990,' Biographical Sketch of Linda Williamson, pg.89[http://www.ourcampaigns.com/CandidateDetail.html?CandidateID=103517 Our Campaigns.com.-Linda Williamson] She was defeated by fellow Northlake resident [[Geoffrey Obrzut]].|url=http://articles.chicagotribune.com/1986-10-30/news/8603210832_1_noise-pollution-flood-des-plaines-river|last=Kass|first=John|title=Ex-classmates Battle Over State House Seat|date=October 30, 1986|accessdate=June 24, 2017|newspaper=[[Chicago Tribune]]|location=[[Chicago, Illinois]]}}       ==Notes==   ==Notes== [...]



Impractical Jokers

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I added that the series airs in the Netherlands too

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* {{flagicon|Portugal}} The show aired on [[+TVI]] with the original title.
 
* {{flagicon|Portugal}} The show aired on [[+TVI]] with the original title.
 
* {{flagicon|Malaysia}} In Malaysia, Impractical Jokers is shown in Warner TV.
 
* {{flagicon|Malaysia}} In Malaysia, Impractical Jokers is shown in Warner TV.
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* 🇳🇱 The original series currently airs in the Netherlands on RTL 5.
   
 
==References==
 
==References==



List of Argentine films:1950

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Retarget to film article (via JWB)

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Grateful (DJ Khaled album)

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← Previous revision Revision as of 19:13, 24 June 2017 Line 7: Line 7:   | Recorded = 2016–17   | Recorded = 2016–17   | Length = 87:25   | Length = 87:25 − | Label = {{hlist|[[We the Best Music Group|We the Best]]|[[Epic Records|Epic]]}} + | Label = {{hlist|[[We the Best Music Group|We the Best]]|[[Epic Records|Epic]]}} FMFSMS A TRIBE CALLED YEAH   | Producer = {{hlist|Joe Castellano ([[Executive producer#Music|exec.]])Jarrett Ferguson{{small|(also exec.)}}|808-Ray|Ben Billions|[[Andrew godoy]]|[[Cool & Dre]]|[[Danja (record producer)|Danja]]|[[DannyBoyStyles]]|[[Lee on the Beats]]|[[Nic Nac]]|[[Metro Boomin]]|[[Southside]]|Schife|StreetRunner|Tarik Azzouz|The Beat Bully}}   | Producer = {{hlist|Joe Castellano ([[Executive producer#Music|exec.]])Jarrett Ferguson{{small|(also exec.)}}|808-Ray|Ben Billions|[[Andrew godoy]]|[[Cool & Dre]]|[[Danja (record producer)|Danja]]|[[DannyBoyStyles]]|[[Lee on the Beats]]|[[Nic Nac]]|[[Metro Boomin]]|[[Southside]]|Schife|StreetRunner|Tarik Azzouz|The Beat Bully}}   | Last album = ''[[Major Key (album)|Major Key]]''
(2016)   | Last album = ''[[Major Key (album)|Major Key]]''
(2016) [...]



User talk:Bbb23

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‎Hello?: fmt for readability ← Previous revision Revision as of 19:13, 24 June 2017 Line 197: Line 197:   == Hello? ==   == Hello? ==     − Bbb23, could you please check [[Wikipedia:Sockpuppet investigations/Giddyonyx|my sockpuppet investigation casepage of Giddyonyx]]? I am waiting for the CheckUser to either endorse or decline it. Unlike two casepages i did request to CU, this one is not stale, so you might be even endorse it. Though, i'll give you a free decision to decline it. I hope you would come to that casepage and probably either endorsing it or declining it since i waited long for this. It made me afraid to go into Giddyonyx's target pages too, so i hoped you would make a go for it. Thank you, --'''[[User:SMB99thx|SMB99thx]]''' '''[[User talk:SMB99thx|XD]]''' ([[Special:Contributions/SMB99thx|contribs]]) 10:20, 24 June 2017 (UTC) Forgot, i want to tell you there that also there's a sockpuppet investigation of Lrednuas Senoroc that isn't closed yet but in that casepage there is some user that said it should close now. Could you close it?--'''[[User:SMB99thx|SMB99thx]]''' '''[[User talk:SMB99thx|XD]]''' ([[Special:Contributions/SMB99thx|contribs]]) 10:25, 24 June 2017 (UTC) + Bbb23, could you please check [[Wikipedia:Sockpuppet investigations/Giddyonyx|my sockpuppet investigation casepage of Giddyonyx]]? I am waiting for the CheckUser to either endorse or decline it. Unlike two casepages i did request to CU, this one is not stale, so you might be even endorse it. Though, i'll give you a free decision to decline it. I hope you would come to that casepage and probably either endorsing it or declining it since i waited long for this. It made me afraid to go into Giddyonyx's target pages too, so i hoped you would make a go for it. Thank you, --'''[[User:SMB99thx|SMB99thx]]''' '''[[User talk:SMB99thx|XD]]''' ([[Special:Contributions/SMB99thx|contribs]]) 10:20, 24 June 2017 (UTC)   + :Forgot, i want to tell you there that also there's a sockpuppet investigation of Lrednuas Senoroc that isn't closed yet but in that casepage there is some user that said it should close now. Could you close it?--'''[[User:SMB99thx|SMB99thx]]''' '''[[User talk:SMB99thx|XD]]''' ([[Special:Contributions/SMB99thx|contribs]]) 10:25, 24 June 2017 (UTC)       ==Request==   ==Request== [...]



International Anti-Corruption Academy

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‎External Relations ← Previous revision Revision as of 19:13, 24 June 2017 Line 64: Line 64:       ==External Relations==   ==External Relations== − IACA maintains close relations with its constituency and a range of other partners and stakeholders around the world, including a wide range of countries with poor human rights standards and high perceived corruption levels. This has lead many to believe the academys is a facade for countries pretending to be serious about their fight against corruption, without having implemented any serious reforms or enforcement mechanisms. The IACA has also signed numerous memoranda of understanding with institutions throughout the world. Its relations with Azerbaijan and the Russian Federation remain the subject of scrutiny and criticism; in February 2016 (Volume 20, Issue 7; 20 February) the Austrian magazine [[NEWS (Austrian magazine)|NEWS]] made an extensive feature in which it outlined the troublesome history of corruption, activism and accountability in these countries. Later, in 2016, Azerbaijan founded its own anti-corruption academy, and in an effort to boost its credibility, mentioned how all persons involved are either decision makers or graduates from the IACA.http://www.academy.az + IACA maintains close relations with its constituency and a range of other partners and stakeholders around the world, including a wide range of countries with poor human rights standards and high perceived corruption levels. This has lead many to believe the academy is a facade for countries pretending to be serious about their fight against corruption, without having implemented any serious reforms or enforcement mechanisms. The IACA has also signed numerous memoranda of understanding with institutions throughout the world. Its relations with Azerbaijan and the Russian Federation remain the subject of scrutiny and criticism; in February 2016 (Volume 20, Issue 7; 20 February) the Austrian magazine [[NEWS (Austrian magazine)|NEWS]] made an extensive feature in which it outlined the troublesome history of corruption, activism and accountability in these countries. Later, in 2016, Azerbaijan founded its own anti-corruption academy, and in an effort to boost its credibility, mentioned how all persons involved are either decision makers or graduates from the IACA.http://www.academy.az       ==Future plans==   ==Future plans== [...]



Any Given Sunday (soundtrack)

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‎Other songs featured in the movie, but not on the soundtrack ← Previous revision Revision as of 19:13, 24 June 2017 Line 236: Line 236:   # We Will Rock You - Queen   # We Will Rock You - Queen   # When Your Lover Has Gone - Ben Webster Featuring Oscar Peterson   # When Your Lover Has Gone - Ben Webster Featuring Oscar Peterson − #Use Me - Bill Withers + # Use Me - Bill Withers   + # My Weakness - Moby       ==References==   ==References== [...]



User talk:151.95.45.124

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Warning: Removal of content, blanking on List of Canon products. (TW) ← Previous revision Revision as of 19:13, 24 June 2017 Line 8: Line 8:   * The following is the log entry regarding this message: [[List of Canon products]] was [https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=List+of+Canon+products&diff=787257330&oldid=787153621 changed] by [[Special:Contributions/151.95.45.124|151.95.45.124]] [[User:151.95.45.124|(u)]] [[User talk:151.95.45.124|(t)]] ANN scored at 0.972695 on 2017-06-24T10:44:40+00:00 .   * The following is the log entry regarding this message: [[List of Canon products]] was [https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=List+of+Canon+products&diff=787257330&oldid=787153621 changed] by [[Special:Contributions/151.95.45.124|151.95.45.124]] [[User:151.95.45.124|(u)]] [[User talk:151.95.45.124|(t)]] ANN scored at 0.972695 on 2017-06-24T10:44:40+00:00 .   Thank you. [[User:ClueBot NG|ClueBot NG]] ([[User talk:ClueBot NG|talk]]) 10:44, 24 June 2017 (UTC)   Thank you. [[User:ClueBot NG|ClueBot NG]] ([[User talk:ClueBot NG|talk]]) 10:44, 24 June 2017 (UTC)   +   + [[File:Nuvola apps important.svg|25px|alt=Warning icon]] Please stop your [[Wikipedia:Disruptive editing|disruptive editing]]. If you continue to blank out or remove portions of page content, templates, or other materials from Wikipedia without adequate explanation, as you did at [[:List of Canon products]], you may be [[Wikipedia:Blocking policy|blocked from editing]]. Thank you. [[User:A Great Catholic Person|A Great Catholic Person]] ([[User talk:A Great Catholic Person|talk]]) 19:13, 24 June 2017 (UTC)   + :''If this is a [[Network address translation|shared IP address]], and you did not make the edits, consider [[Wikipedia:Why create an account?|creating an account]] for yourself or [[Special:UserLogin|logging in with an existing account]] so you can avoid further irrelevant notices.'' [...]



University of Nottingham

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Filled in 5 bare reference(s) with reFill () ← Previous revision Revision as of 19:13, 24 June 2017 Line 35: Line 35:   Nottingham's main campus ([[University Park Campus|University Park]]) and teaching hospital ([[Queen's Medical Centre]]) are situated on the outskirts of the [[City of Nottingham]], with a number of smaller campuses and sites located elsewhere in [[Nottinghamshire]] and [[Derbyshire]]. Outside the United Kingdom, the university has campuses in [[Semenyih]], [[Malaysia]] and [[Ningbo]], [[China]]. Nottingham is organised into five constituent faculties, within which there are more than 50 schools, departments, institutes and research centres. Nottingham has about 44,000 students and 9,000 staff, and had a total income of £635 million in 2015/16, of which £124.6 million was from research grants and contracts.   Nottingham's main campus ([[University Park Campus|University Park]]) and teaching hospital ([[Queen's Medical Centre]]) are situated on the outskirts of the [[City of Nottingham]], with a number of smaller campuses and sites located elsewhere in [[Nottinghamshire]] and [[Derbyshire]]. Outside the United Kingdom, the university has campuses in [[Semenyih]], [[Malaysia]] and [[Ningbo]], [[China]]. Nottingham is organised into five constituent faculties, within which there are more than 50 schools, departments, institutes and research centres. Nottingham has about 44,000 students and 9,000 staff, and had a total income of £635 million in 2015/16, of which £124.6 million was from research grants and contracts.     − The 2017 ''High Fliers'' survey stated that Nottingham was the seventh most targeted university by the UK's top employers between 2016-17.{{cite web|title=The Graduate Market in 2017|url=https://www.highfliers.co.uk/download/2017/graduate_market/GMReport17.pdf|publisher=High Fliers Researchers}} In 2012, Nottingham was ranked 13th in the world in terms of the number of alumni listed among CEOs of the [[Fortune Global 500|''Fortune'' Global 500]].http://www.mines-paristech.fr/Donnees/data03/334-10.-Classements.pdf It is also ranked 2nd (joint with [[Oxford]]) in the [[2012 Summer Olympics]] table of British medal winners.{{cite web|url=http://www.thenationalstudent.com/News/2012-08-14/edinburgh_tops_british_university_olympic_medals_table.html |title=Edinburgh tops British University Olympics Table |work=The National Student |accessdate=9 December 2012}} Moreover, in 2015, Nottingham was listed as the 9th largest European producer of entrepreneurs, according to a private report.http://www.irishtimes.com/business/trinity-college-tops-in-europe-for-producing-entrepreneurs-1.2393095 In the 2011 and 2014 GreenMetric World University Rankings, University Park was ranked as the world's most sustainable campus.{{cite web|url=http://greenmetric.ui.ac.id/ |title=UI GreenMetric World University Ranking |publisher=Greenmetric.ui.ac.id |accessdate=3 February 2013}}{{cite web|url=http://greenmetric.ui.ac.id/ranking |title=UI GreenMetric World University Ranking 2014 |publisher=Greenmetric.ui.ac.id |accessdate=20 February 2015}}&[...]



User talk:EkoGraf/sandbox

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‎It's time ← Previous revision Revision as of 19:13, 24 June 2017 Line 10: Line 10:   {{ping|EkoGraf}} We've long had consensus to create an umbrella article for the ongoing fourteen-year-long war in Iraq. I know that you're draft isn't complete but I think it's time to convert it into a page. It could then be completed afterwards because a page can attract more editors than a draft. [[User:Charles Essie|Charles Essie]] ([[User talk:Charles Essie|talk]]) 16:44, 22 June 2017 (UTC)   {{ping|EkoGraf}} We've long had consensus to create an umbrella article for the ongoing fourteen-year-long war in Iraq. I know that you're draft isn't complete but I think it's time to convert it into a page. It could then be completed afterwards because a page can attract more editors than a draft. [[User:Charles Essie|Charles Essie]] ([[User talk:Charles Essie|talk]]) 16:44, 22 June 2017 (UTC)   :{{ping|Charles Essie}} Yeah, sorry about that, started a second job a few weeks ago and was really busy juggling the two. Managed to make several edits here and there, but not enough time to develop a large article such as the umbrella one we wanted. [[User:EkoGraf|EkoGraf]] ([[User talk:EkoGraf|talk]]) 06:10, 23 June 2017 (UTC)   :{{ping|Charles Essie}} Yeah, sorry about that, started a second job a few weeks ago and was really busy juggling the two. Managed to make several edits here and there, but not enough time to develop a large article such as the umbrella one we wanted. [[User:EkoGraf|EkoGraf]] ([[User talk:EkoGraf|talk]]) 06:10, 23 June 2017 (UTC) − ::You don't need to do it yourself. It may not be finished but it doesn't have to be. Many articles are unfinished when there first created. You could move this to an article title of your choice, set up some links to it and more editors will come to help complete it. [[User:Charles Essie|Charles Essie]] ([[User talk:Charles Essie|talk]]) 17:43, 23 June 2017 (UTC) + ::{{ping|EkoGraf}} You don't need to do it yourself. It may not be finished but it doesn't have to be. Many articles are unfinished when there first created. You could move this to an article title of your choice, set up some links to it and more editors will come to help complete it. [[User:Charles Essie|Charles Essie]] ([[User talk:Charles Essie|talk]]) 17:43, 23 June 2017 (UTC) [...]



Miraj - Hubballi Express

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←Created page with '{{Infobox rail service | name = Miraj - Hubballi Express | image = | image_width = | caption = | type = Express | locale =...' New page{{Infobox rail service | name = Miraj - Hubballi Express | image = | image_width = | caption = | type = [[Superfast/Mail Trains in India|Express]] | locale = | first = | last = | operator = [[Central Railway zone]] | ridership = | start = {{rws|Miraj Junction}} ('''MRJ''') | stops = 10 | end = {{rws|Hubli Junction}} ('''UBL''') | distance = {{convert|279|km|abbr=on}} | journeytime = 6 hours 45 minutes | frequency = Daily{{efn|Runs seven days in a week for every direction.}} | class = Second Class sitting, AC 3 Tier, Sleeper 3 Tier, Unreserved | seating = No | sleeping = Yes | autorack = | catering = No | observation = | entertainment = No | baggage = | otherfacilities= | stock = 2 | gauge = {{RailGauge|1676mm}} | el = | train number = 11047/11048 | speed = {{cvt|45|km/h}} | map = | map_state = }} '''Miraj - Hubballi Express''' is an intercity train of the Indian Railways connecting [[Miraj Junction railway station|Miraj Junction]] in [[Maharashtra]] and [[Hubli railway station|Hubballi Junction]] of [[Rajasthan]]. It is currently being operated with 11047/11048 train numbers on daily basis.[http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-national/tp-karnataka/partially-cancellation-and-late-starting-of-trains/article6035476.ece Partially cancellation and late starting of trains][http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-national/tp-karnataka/temporary-halt-at-nagalavi-station/article5669551.ece Temporary halt at Nagalavi station] == Service== The 11047/Miraj - Hubballi Express has averages speed of 45 km/hr and covers 279 km in 6 hrs 45 mins. 12940/Jaipur - Pune SF Express has averages speed of 49 km/hr and 279 km in 5 hrs 45 mins. == Route and halts == The important halts of the train are: * {{rws|Miraj Junction}} * {{rws|Shedbal}} * {{rws|Ugar Khurd}} * {{rws|Kudachi}} * {{rws|Chinchli}} * {{rws|Raybag}} * {{rws|Ghatprabha}} * {{rws|Belgaum}} * {{rws|Londa Junction}} * {{rws|Alnavar Junction}} * {{rws|Dharwad}} * {{rws|Hubli Junction}} == Traction== Both trains are hauled by a [[Loco Shed, Hubballi|Hubballi Loco Shed]] based [[WDP-4B]] diesel locomotive from [[Miraj]] to [[Hubballi]]. == Notes == {{notelist}} == External links == * [http://indiarailinfo.com/train/miraj-hubballi-express-11047/665/78/289 11047/Miraj - Hubballi Express] * [http://indiarailinfo.com/train/hubballi-miraj-express-11048/1673/289/78 11048/Hubballi - Miraj Express] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Named passenger trains of India]] [[Category:Rail transport in Maharashtra]] [[Category:Rail transport in Karnataka]] [[Category:Transport in Hubballi]] {{India-rail-transport-stub}}[...]



CMLL Universal Championship (2011)

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rv Liger was eligible to participant, but didn't ← Previous revision Revision as of 19:12, 24 June 2017 Line 44: Line 44:   |[[CMLL World Heavyweight Championship]]   |[[CMLL World Heavyweight Championship]]   |-   |- − |[[Hiroshi Tanahashi]] + |[[Jushin Thunder Liger]] − |[[IWGP Heavyweight Championship]] + |[[CMLL World Middleweight Championship]]
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Wikipedia:Administrator intervention against vandalism/TB2

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Reporting Special:Contributions/StudioCreator04

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* {{Vandal|StudioCreator04}} - Tripped 5 abuse filters in the last 5 minutes: ([{{fullurl:Special:AbuseLog|wpSearchUser=StudioCreator04}} details]). [[User:DatBot|DatBot]] ([[User talk:DatBot|talk]]) 19:12, 24 June 2017 (UTC)



Larry Drake

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‎Career ← Previous revision Revision as of 19:12, 24 June 2017 Line 3: Line 3:       {{Infobox person   {{Infobox person   + | name =   | image = Larry Drake at the 1988 Emmy Awards.jpg   | image = Larry Drake at the 1988 Emmy Awards.jpg   | caption = Larry Drake on the red carpet at the 40th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, August 28, 1988.   | caption = Larry Drake on the red carpet at the 40th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, August 28, 1988.   | birth_name = Larry Richard Drake   | birth_name = Larry Richard Drake − | birth_date = {{birth date|1950|2|21}} + | birth_date = {{birth date|1949|2|21}}   | birth_place = [[Tulsa, Oklahoma]], U.S.   | birth_place = [[Tulsa, Oklahoma]], U.S.   | death_date = {{death date and age|2016|3|17|1950|2|21}}   | death_date = {{death date and age|2016|3|17|1950|2|21}} [...]



List of Canon products

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Turhan Hatice Sultan

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Undid revision 787289888 by 197.27.35.126 (talk) ← Previous revision Revision as of 19:12, 24 June 2017 Line 26: Line 26:   |birth_name =   |birth_name =   |birth_date = c. 1627–1628   |birth_date = c. 1627–1628 − |birth_place =[[Tsardom of Russia]]     |death_date = 4 August 1683 (aged 54–56)   |death_date = 4 August 1683 (aged 54–56)   |death_place = [[Istanbul]], the [[Ottoman Empire]]   |death_place = [[Istanbul]], the [[Ottoman Empire]] [...]



Deep learning

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{{For|deep versus shallow learning in educational psychology|Student approaches to learning}}{{For|more information|Artificial neural network}}{{machine learning bar}}
 
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Talk:List of metropolitan areas in Japan by population

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Requested move 24 June 2017: oppose

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[[:List of metropolitan areas in Japan by population]] → {{no redirect|List of metropolitan areas in Japan}} – [[wp:criteria|concision]] [[Special:Contributions/68.151.25.115|68.151.25.115]] ([[User talk:68.151.25.115|talk]]) 14:22, 24 June 2017 (UTC)
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* '''Oppose''' - No argument provided for move. This article is specifically a list of areas by population, not just a list of areas. The current title clearly identifies the article topic so it seems best here. --[[User:AussieLegend|'''AussieLegend''']] ([[User talk:AussieLegend#top|]]) 19:12, 24 June 2017 (UTC)



List of current National Basketball Association broadcasters

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← Previous revision Revision as of 19:12, 24 June 2017 Line 801: Line 801:   * {{flagicon|Suriname}} [[Suriname]]: ESPN, SportsMax, SCCN, [[NBA TV|NBA TV International]]   * {{flagicon|Suriname}} [[Suriname]]: ESPN, SportsMax, SCCN, [[NBA TV|NBA TV International]]   * {{flagicon|Uruguay}} [[Uruguay]]: [[ESPN Latin America|ESPN]], DIRECTV Sports, [[TCC (Uruguay)|TCC]], [[NBA TV|NBA TV International]]   * {{flagicon|Uruguay}} [[Uruguay]]: [[ESPN Latin America|ESPN]], DIRECTV Sports, [[TCC (Uruguay)|TCC]], [[NBA TV|NBA TV International]] − * {{flagicon|Venezuela}} [[Venezuela]]: [[ESPN Latin America|ESPN]], DIRECTV Sports, [[NBA TV|NBA TV International]] + * {{flagicon|Venezuela}} [[Venezuela]]: [[ESPN Latin America|ESPN]], DIRECTV Sports, [[Meridiano TV]], [[NBA TV|NBA TV International]]       ===Europe===   ===Europe=== [...]



Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Magic in Harry Potter (2nd nomination)

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← Previous revision Revision as of 19:12, 24 June 2017 Line 23: Line 23:   * '''Keep''', as per [[Fictional universe of Harry Potter]] - HP has enough mainstream flow on effect and interest to justify this. [[User:Deathlibrarian|Deathlibrarian]] ([[User talk:Deathlibrarian|talk]]) 04:16, 24 June 2017 (UTC)   * '''Keep''', as per [[Fictional universe of Harry Potter]] - HP has enough mainstream flow on effect and interest to justify this. [[User:Deathlibrarian|Deathlibrarian]] ([[User talk:Deathlibrarian|talk]]) 04:16, 24 June 2017 (UTC)   * '''Keep''' - I'm agnostic on the question of Harry Potter. This seems to be a specialized theme of broad interest and subject of at least some independent inquiry counting towards GNG. Crufty in its excessive detail, but that is an editing matter. [[User:Carrite|Carrite]] ([[User talk:Carrite|talk]]) 15:31, 24 June 2017 (UTC)   * '''Keep''' - I'm agnostic on the question of Harry Potter. This seems to be a specialized theme of broad interest and subject of at least some independent inquiry counting towards GNG. Crufty in its excessive detail, but that is an editing matter. [[User:Carrite|Carrite]] ([[User talk:Carrite|talk]]) 15:31, 24 June 2017 (UTC)   + *'''Keep''' per [[WP:SNOW]]. --[[Special:Contributions/24.112.231.178|24.112.231.178]] ([[User talk:24.112.231.178|talk]]) 19:12, 24 June 2017 (UTC) [...]



Scribe (markup language)

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Removing link(s) to "Scribe Systems": removed links to non-existent article. (TW) ← Previous revision Revision as of 19:12, 24 June 2017 Line 31: Line 31:       ===Scribe sold to Unilogic===   ===Scribe sold to Unilogic=== − In 1979, at the end of his graduate-student career, Reid sold Scribe to a Pittsburgh-area software company called Unilogic (later renamed [[Scribe Systems]]''[http://partners.adobe.com/public/developer/en/ps/sdk/5042.Opt_Case_Study.pdf PostScript Printer Driver Optimization Case Study]'', Adobe Systems, Technical Note #5042, 31 March 1992. Page 5.), founded by [[Michael Ian Shamos|Michael Shamos]], another Carnegie Mellon computer scientist, to market the program. Reid said he simply was looking for a way to unload the program on developers that would keep it from going into the public domain. + In 1979, at the end of his graduate-student career, Reid sold Scribe to a Pittsburgh-area software company called Unilogic (later renamed Scribe Systems''[http://partners.adobe.com/public/developer/en/ps/sdk/5042.Opt_Case_Study.pdf PostScript Printer Driver Optimization Case Study]'', Adobe Systems, Technical Note #5042, 31 March 1992. Page 5.), founded by [[Michael Ian Shamos|Michael Shamos]], another Carnegie Mellon computer scientist, to market the program. Reid said he simply was looking for a way to unload the program on developers that would keep it from going into the public domain.       Michael Shamos was embroiled in a dispute with Carnegie Mellon administrators over the intellectual-property rights to Scribe. The dispute with the administration was settled out of court, and the university conceded it had no claim to Scribe.[http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~dst/DeCSS/Gallery/chronicle-10aug2001.html The Chronicle: August 10, 2001: 2 Scholars Face Off in Copyright Clash]   Michael Shamos was embroiled in a dispute with Carnegie Mellon administrators over the intellectual-property rights to Scribe. The dispute with the administration was settled out of court, and the university conceded it had no claim to Scribe.[http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~dst/DeCSS/Gallery/chronicle-10aug2001.html The Chronicle: August 10, 2001: 2 Scholars Face Off in Copyright Clash] [...]



Ion rapid transit

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‎Design ← Previous revision Revision as of 19:12, 24 June 2017 Line 194: Line 194:   [[File:Laurier–Waterloo Park Station Jan 2017.jpg|thumb|Future Laurier–Waterloo Park Station, in January 2017, showing the canopy structure and stone-tile feature wall]]   [[File:Laurier–Waterloo Park Station Jan 2017.jpg|thumb|Future Laurier–Waterloo Park Station, in January 2017, showing the canopy structure and stone-tile feature wall]]     − The stations are being constructed to be the length of a two-vehicle train; however, as only single vehicles are anticipated to be required initially, the major station facilities are only being built for a single vehicle length at start. This consists of a cantilevered glass canopy over a mostly open waiting area; enclosures will be built to provide some shelter. Each station will also be recognizable by a 'feature wall', a 3m-square installation near the end of the platform that will carry a distinct colour scheme and pattern. The wall face will be a series of large tiles in glass, ceramic or stone; at some stations, all tiles will be the same, while others will feature a unique pattern. Each wall will feature illuminated Ion and GRT logos, as well as the station's name set in [[Clearview (typeface)|Clearview]]. A second wall can be installed at the opposite end of each platform, and will be erected when two-vehicle trains become the norm. + The stations are being constructed to be the length of a two-vehicle train; however, as only single vehicles are anticipated to be required initially, the major station facilities are only being built for a single vehicle length at start. This consists of a cantilevered glass canopy over a mostly open waiting area; enclosures will be built at most stations to provide some shelter. Each station will also be recognizable by a 'feature wall', a 3m-square installation near the end of the platform that will carry a distinct colour scheme and pattern. The wall face will be a series of large tiles in glass, ceramic or stone; at some stations, all tiles will be the same, while others will feature a unique pattern. Each wall will feature illuminated Ion and GRT logos, as well as the station's name set in [[Clearview (typeface)|Clearview]]. A second wall can be installed at the opposite end of each platform, and will be erected when two-vehicle trains become the norm.   Several stations will also benefit from additional public art installations.   Several stations will also benefit from additional public art installations.     [...]



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Time bomb (software)

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Removing link(s) to "Scribe Systems": removed links to non-existent article. (TW) ← Previous revision Revision as of 19:12, 24 June 2017 Line 6: Line 6:       == History ==   == History == − The first use of a time bomb in software may have been with the [[Scribe (word processing)|Scribe]] markup language and word processing system, developed by [[Brian Reid (computer scientist)|Brian Reid]]. Reid sold Scribe to a software company called Unilogic (later renamed [[Scribe Systems]]''[http://partners.adobe.com/public/developer/en/ps/sdk/5042.Opt_Case_Study.pdf PostScript Printer Driver Optimization Case Study]'', Adobe Systems, Technical Note #5042, 31 March 1992. Page 5.), and agreed to insert a set of time-dependent functions (called "time bombs") that would deactivate freely copied versions of the program after a 90-day expiration date. To avoid deactivation, users paid the software company, which then issued a code that defused the internal time bomb feature.{{cite web + The first use of a time bomb in software may have been with the [[Scribe (word processing)|Scribe]] markup language and word processing system, developed by [[Brian Reid (computer scientist)|Brian Reid]]. Reid sold Scribe to a software company called Unilogic (later renamed Scribe Systems''[http://partners.adobe.com/public/developer/en/ps/sdk/5042.Opt_Case_Study.pdf PostScript Printer Driver Optimization Case Study]'', Adobe Systems, Technical Note #5042, 31 March 1992. Page 5.), and agreed to insert a set of time-dependent functions (called "time bombs") that would deactivate freely copied versions of the program after a 90-day expiration date. To avoid deactivation, users paid the software company, which then issued a code that defused the internal time bomb feature.{{cite web   | url=http://www.oreilly.com/openbook/freedom/ch01.html   | url=http://www.oreilly.com/openbook/freedom/ch01.html   | title=Free as in Freedom – Richard Stallman's Crusade for Free Software   | title=Free as in Freedom – Richard Stallman's Crusade for Free Software [...]



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Warning: Vandalism on Führer. (TW) ← Previous revision Revision as of 19:12, 24 June 2017 Line 18: Line 18:   == June 2017 ==   == June 2017 ==   [[File:Information orange.svg|25px|alt=Information icon]] Please refrain from making unconstructive edits to Wikipedia, as you did at [[:Führer]]. Your edits appear to constitute [[Wikipedia:Vandalism|vandalism]] and have been [[Help:Reverting|reverted]]. If you would like to experiment, please use the [[Wikipedia:Sandbox|sandbox]]. Repeated vandalism can result in the [[Wikipedia:Blocking policy|loss of editing privileges]]. Thank you. [[User:KylieTastic|KylieTastic]] ([[User talk:KylieTastic|talk]]) 19:02, 24 June 2017 (UTC)   [[File:Information orange.svg|25px|alt=Information icon]] Please refrain from making unconstructive edits to Wikipedia, as you did at [[:Führer]]. Your edits appear to constitute [[Wikipedia:Vandalism|vandalism]] and have been [[Help:Reverting|reverted]]. If you would like to experiment, please use the [[Wikipedia:Sandbox|sandbox]]. Repeated vandalism can result in the [[Wikipedia:Blocking policy|loss of editing privileges]]. Thank you. [[User:KylieTastic|KylieTastic]] ([[User talk:KylieTastic|talk]]) 19:02, 24 June 2017 (UTC)   + :''If this is a [[Network address translation|shared IP address]], and you did not make the edits, consider [[Wikipedia:Why create an account?|creating an account]] for yourself or [[Special:UserLogin|logging in with an existing account]] so you can avoid further irrelevant notices.''   +   + [[File:Nuvola apps important.svg|25px|alt=Warning icon]] Please stop your [[Wikipedia:Disruptive editing|disruptive editing]]. If you continue to [[Wikipedia:Vandalism|vandalize]] Wikipedia, as you did at [[:Führer]], you may be [[Wikipedia:Blocking policy|blocked from editing]]. [[User:KylieTastic|KylieTastic]] ([[User talk:KylieTastic|talk]]) 19:12, 24 June 2017 (UTC)   :''If this is a [[Network address translation|shared IP address]], and you did not make the edits, consider [[Wikipedia:Why create an account?|creating an account]] for yourself or [[Special:UserLogin|logging in with an existing account]] so you can avoid further irrelevant notices.''   :''If this is a [[Network address translation|shared IP address]], and you did not make the edits, consider [[Wikipedia:Why create an account?|creating an account]] for yourself or [[Special:UserLogin|logging in with an existing account]] so you can avoid further irrelevant notices.'' [...]



List of foreign Ukrainian Premier League players

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‎{{flagicon|Albania}} Albania ← Previous revision Revision as of 19:12, 24 June 2017 Line 21: Line 21:   *'''[[Kristi Vangjeli]]''' – [[FC Chornomorets Odesa]] (2011-2013)   *'''[[Kristi Vangjeli]]''' – [[FC Chornomorets Odesa]] (2011-2013)   *'''[[Elis Bakaj]]''' – [[FC Chornomorets Odesa]] (2012-2014)   *'''[[Elis Bakaj]]''' – [[FC Chornomorets Odesa]] (2012-2014) − *'''[[Debatik Curri]]''' – [[FC Vorskla Poltava]](2005-2010) [[FC Hoverla Uzhhorod]], [[PFC Sevastopol]] (2013-2014) + *'''[[Debatik Curri]]''' – [[FC Vorskla Poltava]] (2005-2010) [[FC Hoverla Uzhhorod]], [[PFC Sevastopol]] (2013-2014)   *'''[[Armend Dallku]]''' – [[FC Vorskla Poltava]] (2005-2016)   *'''[[Armend Dallku]]''' – [[FC Vorskla Poltava]] (2005-2016)   *'''[[Ahmed Januzi]]''' – [[FC Vorskla Poltava]] (2006-2016)   *'''[[Ahmed Januzi]]''' – [[FC Vorskla Poltava]] (2006-2016) [...]



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Dianne Feinstein

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‎Health care: typo ← Previous revision Revision as of 19:12, 24 June 2017 Line 210: Line 210:   Feinstein has supported the [[Affordable Care Act]], repeatedly voting to defeat initiatives aimed against it.[https://votesmart.org/candidate/key-votes/53273/dianne-feinstein/38/health-and-health-care Feinstein voting record on Health Care issues], ''VoteSmart''   Feinstein has supported the [[Affordable Care Act]], repeatedly voting to defeat initiatives aimed against it.[https://votesmart.org/candidate/key-votes/53273/dianne-feinstein/38/health-and-health-care Feinstein voting record on Health Care issues], ''VoteSmart''     − She has voted FOR regulating tobacco as a drug; expanding the Children's Health Insurance Program; overriding the president's veto on adding 2 to 4 million children to [[SCHIP]] eligibility; increasing Medicaid rebate for producing [[generic drug]]s; negotiating bulk purchases for Medicare prescription drugs; allowing re-importation of Rx drugs from Canada; allowing patients to sue [[HMO]]s & collect [[punitive damage]]s; including prescription drugs under Medicare; Medicare [[means-testing]]; etc. She has voted AGAINST the [[Paul Ryan]] [[Budget]]'s Medicare choice, tax & spending cuts; allowing tribal Indians to opt out of federal healthcare; etc.[http://www.ontheissues.org/Social/Dianne_Feinstein_Health_Care.htm Dianne Feinstein on Health Care], ''On The Issues'' Feinstein's Congress voting record was assessed as "88% by the American Public Health Association (APHA), the figure reflecting the percentage of time the representative voted the organization's preferred position.[http://www.ontheissues.org/Notebook/Note_03n-APHA.htm Democrats participating in 03n-APHA], ''On The Issues'' + She has voted FOR regulating tobacco as a drug; expanding the Children's Health Insurance Program; overriding the president's veto on adding 2 to 4 million children to [[SCHIP]] eligibility; increasing Medicaid rebate for producing [[generic drug]]s; negotiating bulk purchases for Medicare prescription drugs; allowing re-importation of Rx drugs from Canada; allowing patients to sue [[HMO]]s & collect [[punitive damage]]s; including prescription drugs under Medicare; Medicare [[means-testing]]; etc. She has voted AGAINST the [[Paul Ryan]] [[Budget]]'s Medicare choice, tax & spending cuts; allowing tribal Indians to opt out of federal healthcare; etc.[http://www.ontheissues.org/Social/Dianne_Feinstein_Health_Care.htm Dianne Feinstein on Health Care], ''On The Issues'' Feinstein's Congress voting record was assessed as "88%" by the American Public Health Association (APHA), the figure ostensibly reflecting the percentage of time the representa[...]



List of Canon products

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Draft:Tahereh Vahedian

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‎Painting ← Previous revision Revision as of 19:12, 24 June 2017 Line 26: Line 26:       ===Painting===   ===Painting=== − Tahereh Vahedian has held over 40 solo and group exhibitions and has participated in numerous festivals. These exhibitions were held nation-wide and abroad. She was the selected artist at Turkmenistan’s International Exhibition and World’s Masterpieces, Ashgabat, Turkmenistan.[http://www.taherehvahedian.com Creative Artist] + Tahereh Vahedian is an Iranian painter, sculptor and installation artist. She graduated in painting from Iran’s Association of Visual Arts. Since 1985, she has held numerous solo and group painting exhibitions. Among those, is a solo exhibition at the Iranian Artists’ Forum in 2013 where she put on display a collection of her paintings called “Blue Mirror”. The exhibition received public acclaim and the board of directors purchased one of the artworks for the permanent collection of the Iranian Artists’ Forum. In 2012, Golestan Gallery hosted another solo exhibition of her artworks. She also participated in the Biennial Painting Exhibitions of Iran in the Museum of Contemporary Arts, the Vahdat Hall and Saba Art and Cultural Institute.   +   + In 2012, she took part in the ‘Cultural Exchange Program of Iran and India’ at the Iranian Artists’ Forum which earned her an award for outstanding performance by the Embassy of India. She was also awarded at Turkmenistan’s International Exhibition and World’s Masterpieces (2008). In 2006, she took part in the exhibition of ‘Selected Artists from Iran’ where Kyrgyzstan was the host to the event. In 2009, Saba Art and Cultural Institute hosted the exhibition of “Avant-garde Artists of Khorasan” in Tehran where she exhibited her painting collection of “Big-eyed Women”. She has also earned other recognitions and awards, most notably from the Museum of Contemporary Arts, Fajr Festival and Niavaran Museum.   +   + In 2006, she organized and held the First Painting Workshop of Mashhad. Between 2005 and 2006, she judged two competitions. The first, was Khorasan’s Second ‘Youth Visual Arts’ Festival and the second, was the First National Festival of ‘Hozour for Arts and Culture’ which were both held in Mashhad. In 2002, she took part in a project called “Lost Land” in order to paint a mountain in Neyshabur.   +   + Tahereh Vahedian is a Member of Tehran’s Visual Arts Development Center and Senior Member of Mashhad‘s Visual Arts Association. Between 2003 and 2007, She taught specialized arts courses at Imamreza Complex of Arts and Culture. In 1998, she established Vahedian Visual Arts Institute where [...]



List of Welsh writers

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‎M: Dylan Morgan ← Previous revision Revision as of 19:12, 24 June 2017 Line 471: Line 471:   *[[Barry Morgan]] (born 1947, E), writer and Archbishop of Wales   *[[Barry Morgan]] (born 1947, E), writer and Archbishop of Wales   *[[Derec Llwyd Morgan]] (born 1943, EW), academic   *[[Derec Llwyd Morgan]] (born 1943, EW), academic   + *[[Dylan Morgan]] (1946–2011, E), writer, mathematician and hypnotherapist   *[[Elaine Morgan (writer)|Elaine Morgan]] (1920–2013, E), non-fiction writer   *[[Elaine Morgan (writer)|Elaine Morgan]] (1920–2013, E), non-fiction writer   *[[Elena Puw Morgan]] (1900–1973, W), novelist and children's writer   *[[Elena Puw Morgan]] (1900–1973, W), novelist and children's writer [...]



Jhansi Ki Rani (TV series)

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‎Indians ← Previous revision Revision as of 19:12, 24 June 2017 Line 97: Line 97:   * [[Ashwini Kalsekar]] as Heera Bai   * [[Ashwini Kalsekar]] as Heera Bai   * [[Achint Kaur]] as Larai Sarkar of OrchhaSiddiqui, A. U. (2004). ''[https://books.google.com/books?id=_Ps1_lvyBxMC Indian Freedom Movement in Princely States of Vindhya Pradesh]''. Northern Book Centre, New Delhi. pp. 44.   * [[Achint Kaur]] as Larai Sarkar of OrchhaSiddiqui, A. U. (2004). ''[https://books.google.com/books?id=_Ps1_lvyBxMC Indian Freedom Movement in Princely States of Vindhya Pradesh]''. Northern Book Centre, New Delhi. pp. 44. − * [[Sudhanshu Pandey]] as Kunwar Yuvraj (Prince of Modh) + * [[Sudhanshu Pandey]] as Kunwar Yuvraj (Prince of Modh).   * [[Jayajirao Scindia]] as Gwalior   * [[Jayajirao Scindia]] as Gwalior   * [[Shefali Gupta]] as Naari Sena Chief   * [[Shefali Gupta]] as Naari Sena Chief [...]



Wikipedia:Reference desk/Entertainment

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‎Bumper music: new section ← Previous revision Revision as of 19:12, 24 June 2017 Line 121: Line 121:       :Do you need a specific rule - the basic principle in any game is that if you cheat, you are disqualified. [[User:Wymspen|Wymspen]] ([[User talk:Wymspen|talk]]) 11:07, 24 June 2017 (UTC)   :Do you need a specific rule - the basic principle in any game is that if you cheat, you are disqualified. [[User:Wymspen|Wymspen]] ([[User talk:Wymspen|talk]]) 11:07, 24 June 2017 (UTC)   +   + == Bumper music ==   +   + The woefully inadequate [[Bumper music]] article doesn't answer the following question. Is the use of bumper music considered "fair use" or is it necessary to pay royalties? This is in reference to (for example) a few seconds of copyrighted music used at the end of a news segment leading into a commercial break, typically relating to the topic. —Thx in advance, [[Special:Contributions/2606:A000:4C0C:E200:90BF:36D1:C424:982A|2606:A000:4C0C:E200:90BF:36D1:C424:982A]] ([[User talk:2606:A000:4C0C:E200:90BF:36D1:C424:982A|talk]]) 19:12, 24 June 2017 (UTC) [...]



Revolution (Beyonce album)

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Nominated for deletion ← Previous revision Revision as of 19:12, 24 June 2017 Line 1: Line 1:   + {{safesubst:#invoke:RfD||Revolution (Beyoncé album)|month = June   + |day = 24   + |year = 2017   + |time = 19:12   + |timestamp = 20170624191246   +   + |content=   #REDIRECT [[Beyoncé]]   #REDIRECT [[Beyoncé]]   {{R from title without diacritics}}   {{R from title without diacritics}}   +   + }} [...]



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