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Faridpur Engineering College

Mon, 24 Apr 2017 09:26:07 GMT

‎Teacher ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:26, 24 April 2017 Line 64: Line 64:   |-   |-   | Engr. Md. Monjurul Islam || Assistant Professor|| CSE|| RUET   | Engr. Md. Monjurul Islam || Assistant Professor|| CSE|| RUET   + |-   + | Dr. Engr. Md. Hazrat Ali || Assistant Professor|| EEE|| DUET   |-   |-   | Abdus Sattar Mia|| Assistant Professor|| Physics || DU   | Abdus Sattar Mia|| Assistant Professor|| Physics || DU Line 80: Line 82:   |-   |-   | Engr. Md. Zillur Rahman|| Lecturer|| EEE || RUET   | Engr. Md. Zillur Rahman|| Lecturer|| EEE || RUET   + |-   + | Engr. Md. Asif Shahrier|| Lecturer|| EEE || RUET   |-   |-   | Engr. Apurbo Biswas || Lecturer|| EEE || KUET   | Engr. Apurbo Biswas || Lecturer|| EEE || KUET [...]



Solar Entertainment Corporation

Mon, 24 Apr 2017 09:26:06 GMT

Former subsidiary, divisions and broadcast assets

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** ''[[9TV]]'' (2014-2015)
 
** ''[[9TV]]'' (2014-2015)
 
* ''[[Radio Philippines Network]]'' (34%)
 
* ''[[Radio Philippines Network]]'' (34%)
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* ''[[Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation]]'' for ''[[NBA]]'', ''[[Shop TV]]'' & [[Jai alai|Jai-Alai Games]].
   
 
===Cable TV channels===
 
===Cable TV channels===



Margarethe von der Saale

Mon, 24 Apr 2017 09:26:06 GMT

‎Issue ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:26, 24 April 2017 Line 12: Line 12:   # Hermann, Count zu Dietz (12 February 1542 – ca. 1568).   # Hermann, Count zu Dietz (12 February 1542 – ca. 1568).   # Christopher Ernst, Count zu Dietz (16 July 1543 – 20 April 1603).   # Christopher Ernst, Count zu Dietz (16 July 1543 – 20 April 1603). − # Margretha, Countess zu Dietz (14 October 1544 – 1608), married: + # [[Margarita of Diez|Margretha, Countess zu Dietz]] (14 October 1544 – 1608), married:   ## in Kassel on 3 October 1567 to Count [[Hans Bernhard of Eberstein]];   ## in Kassel on 3 October 1567 to Count [[Hans Bernhard of Eberstein]];   ## in Frauenberg on 10 August 1577 to Count [[Stephan Heinrich of Everstein]].   ## in Frauenberg on 10 August 1577 to Count [[Stephan Heinrich of Everstein]]. [...]



October 19

Mon, 24 Apr 2017 09:26:06 GMT

‎Events: redundant, and therefore seems like the use of an honorific ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:26, 24 April 2017 Line 15: Line 15:   *[[1649]] – [[New Ross|New Ross town]], [[County Wexford]], Ireland, surrenders to [[Oliver Cromwell]].   *[[1649]] – [[New Ross|New Ross town]], [[County Wexford]], Ireland, surrenders to [[Oliver Cromwell]].   *[[1781]] – At [[siege of Yorktown|Yorktown, Virginia]], representatives of British commander [[Charles Cornwallis, 1st Marquess Cornwallis|Lord Cornwallis]] hand over Cornwallis' sword and formally surrender to [[George Washington]] and the [[Jean-Baptiste Donatien de Vimeur, comte de Rochambeau|comte de Rochambeau]].   *[[1781]] – At [[siege of Yorktown|Yorktown, Virginia]], representatives of British commander [[Charles Cornwallis, 1st Marquess Cornwallis|Lord Cornwallis]] hand over Cornwallis' sword and formally surrender to [[George Washington]] and the [[Jean-Baptiste Donatien de Vimeur, comte de Rochambeau|comte de Rochambeau]]. − *[[1789]] – Chief Justice [[John Jay]] is sworn in as the first [[Chief Justice of the United States]]. + *[[1789]] – [[John Jay]] is sworn in as the first [[Chief Justice of the United States]].   *[[1805]] – [[Napoleonic Wars]]: Austrian [[Karl Mack von Leiberich|General Mack]] surrenders his army to the [[Grande Armée]] of [[Napoleon|Napoleon Bonaparte]] at the [[Battle of Ulm]]; 30,000 prisoners are captured and 10,000 casualties inflicted on the losers.   *[[1805]] – [[Napoleonic Wars]]: Austrian [[Karl Mack von Leiberich|General Mack]] surrenders his army to the [[Grande Armée]] of [[Napoleon|Napoleon Bonaparte]] at the [[Battle of Ulm]]; 30,000 prisoners are captured and 10,000 casualties inflicted on the losers.   *[[1812]] – [[Napoleon|Napoleon Bonaparte]] retreats from Moscow.   *[[1812]] – [[Napoleon|Napoleon Bonaparte]] retreats from Moscow. [...]



Talk:Shakespeare authorship question

Mon, 24 Apr 2017 09:26:05 GMT

‎The question is the argument: you know what, let's just leave it at this. The rest of it is just repeating what I've said in other words. This part is also repetitive, but it seems that the point has not gotten across. ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:26, 24 April 2017 Line 222: Line 222:   :::Oh, I don't want to dumb it down, not at all! I just want to write it so that it makes sense in (ordinary educated high-register formal) English, or failing that, at least explains why it doesn't. --[[User:Trovatore|Trovatore]] ([[User talk:Trovatore|talk]]) 06:28, 24 April 2017 (UTC)   :::Oh, I don't want to dumb it down, not at all! I just want to write it so that it makes sense in (ordinary educated high-register formal) English, or failing that, at least explains why it doesn't. --[[User:Trovatore|Trovatore]] ([[User talk:Trovatore|talk]]) 06:28, 24 April 2017 (UTC)   ::::Shakespeare is now regarded as difficult to read because much of the language is 'outdated' and there is even a commissioned project, I think by Methuen, to have the works 'translated' /paraphrased into English younger generations can feel comfortable with. Well, by all means, let's dumb him down, and dumb down the secondary language as well, so that, when children read Shakespeare or come across the use of the word 'argument' they can understand everything instantly, even if this means they'll never understand Shakespeare, nor be enchanted by his strange, allusive style. That you had to stop in your reading, and look up 'argument' is one good reason for retaining it: the dumbing down of language means no one stops to mull over a word when doing so enriches one's mastery of the language, whereas altering it to a more familiar idiom only impoverishes the lexicon.[[User:Nishidani|Nishidani]] ([[User talk:Nishidani|talk]]) 07:45, 24 April 2017 (UTC)   ::::Shakespeare is now regarded as difficult to read because much of the language is 'outdated' and there is even a commissioned project, I think by Methuen, to have the works 'translated' /paraphrased into English younger generations can feel comfortable with. Well, by all means, let's dumb him down, and dumb down the secondary language as well, so that, when children read Shakespeare or come across the use of the word 'argument' they can understand everything instantly, even if this means they'll never understand Shakespeare, nor be enchanted by his strange, allusive style. That you had to stop in your reading, and look up 'argument' is one good reason for retaining it: the dumbing down of language means no one stops to mull over a word when doing so enriches one's mastery of the language, whereas altering it to a more familiar idiom only impoverishes the lexicon.[[User:Nishidani|Nishidani]] ([[User talk:Nishidani|talk]]) 07:45, 24 April 2017 (UTC) − :::::Oh my gosh, maybe you missed it. I don't know how many times I have to say this. I have no problem with "argument" in the sense of "thesis with reasons". That's what I was ''assuming'' was meant. + :::::Oh my gosh, maybe you missed it. I don't know how many times I have to say this. I have no problem with "argument" in the sense of "thesis with reasons". That's what I was ''assuming'' was meant. --[[User:Trovatore|Trovatore]] ([[User talk:Trovatore|talk]]) 08:30, 24 April 2017 (UTC) − :::::A question is still not an argument. A question is in the [[interrogative mood]], whereas an argument (collection of statements intended to establish a thesis) is in the [[indicative mood]]. --[[User:Trovatore|Trovatore]] ([[User talk:Trovatore|talk]]) 08:30, 24 April 2017 (UTC)   − :::::    − ::::: OK, now to make more precise. I put the above comment in few words to get my main point across, so it could not be missed. Of course I am aware that not every "question" has to end in a question mar[...]



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Mon, 24 Apr 2017 09:26:05 GMT

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User talk:Ethiopiansugar

Mon, 24 Apr 2017 09:26:05 GMT

Notification: Your Articles for Creation submission has been declined (AFCH 0.9) New page{{Talk header}} == Your submission at [[Wikipedia:Articles for creation|Articles for creation]]: [[User:Ethiopiansugar/sandbox|sandbox]] (April 24) ==
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Isotopes of dubnium

Mon, 24 Apr 2017 09:26:02 GMT

removed spurious 105 from the longest-lived isotope sentence ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:26, 24 April 2017 Line 1: Line 1:   {{Infobox dubnium isotopes}}   {{Infobox dubnium isotopes}} − '''[[Dubnium]]''' ('''105Db''') is a [[synthetic element]], and thus a [[standard atomic weight]] cannot be given. Like all synthetic elements, it has no [[stable isotope]]s. The first [[isotope]] to be synthesized was 261Db in 1968. There are 13 known [[radioisotope]]s from 255Db to 270Db, and 1–3 [[nuclear isomer|isomer]]s. The 105longest-lived known isotope is 268Db with a [[half-life]] of 29 hours. + '''[[Dubnium]]''' ('''105Db''') is a [[synthetic element]], and thus a [[standard atomic weight]] cannot be given. Like all synthetic elements, it has no [[stable isotope]]s. The first [[isotope]] to be synthesized was 261Db in 1968. There are 13 known [[radioisotope]]s from 255Db to 270Db, and 1–3 [[nuclear isomer|isomer]]s. The longest-lived known isotope is 268Db with a [[half-life]] of 29 hours.       == List of isotopes ==   == List of isotopes == [...]



Dorothy Garrod

Mon, 24 Apr 2017 09:26:00 GMT

‎Career ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:26, 24 April 2017 Line 30: Line 30:   }}   }}     − '''Dorothy Annie Elizabeth Garrod''', [[Order of the British Empire|CBE]], [[Fellow of the British Academy|FBA]] (5 May 1892 – 18 December 1968) was a British [[archaeologist]] who specialised in the [[Palaeolithic]] period. She served as [[Disney Professor of Archaeology]] at the University of Cambridge from 1938 to 1952, and was the first woman to hold an [[Oxbridge]] chair.{{Cite web|url=http://www.arch.cam.ac.uk/research/laboratories/garrod/dorothy-garrod|title=Who was Dorothy Garrod? — Division of Archaeology|last=bkd20@cam.ac.uk|website=www.arch.cam.ac.uk|language=en|access-date=2017-04-24}}{{Cite journal|last=Smith|first=Pamela|date=2000|title=Dorothy Garrod, first woman Professor at Cambridge|url=|journal=Antiquity|volume=74 (283)|pages=131-136}}{{cite news|url=https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=0BU1AAAAIBAJ&sjid=6qULAAAAIBAJ&pg=3122%2C1210055|title=First Cambridge woman professor appointed|date=6 May 1939|work=[[The Glasgow Herald]]|accessdate=14 August 2016}} + '''Dorothy Annie Elizabeth Garrod''', [[Order of the British Empire|CBE]], [[Fellow of the British Academy|FBA]] (5 May 1892 – 18 December 1968) was a British [[archaeologist]] who specialised in the [[Palaeolithic]] period. She served as [[Disney Professor of Archaeology]] at the University of Cambridge from 1938 to 1952, and was the first woman to hold an [[Oxbridge]] chair.{{Cite web|url=http://www.arch.cam.ac.uk/research/laboratories/garrod/dorothy-garrod|title=Who was Dorothy Garrod? — Division of Archaeology|last=bkd20@cam.ac.uk|website=www.arch.cam.ac.uk|language=en|access-date=2017-04-24}}{{Cite journal|last=Smith|first=Pamela|date=2000|title=Dorothy Garrod, first woman Professor at Cambridge|url=|journal=Antiquity|volume=74 (283)|pages=131-136}}{{cite news|url=https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=0BU1AAAAIBAJ&sjid=6qULAAAAIBAJ&pg=3122%2C1210055|title=First Cambridge woman professor appointed|date=6 May 1939|work=[[The Glasgow Herald]]|accessdate=14 August 2016}}       ==Early life and education==   ==Early life and education== − Garrod was the daughter of the physician [[Sir Archibald Garrod]] and was raised in [[Melton, Suffolk]] by a number of governesses.{{DSB |first=Ofer | last=Bar-Yosef |author2=Jane Callander | title=Garrod, Dorothy Annie Elizabeth | volume=21 | pages=103–108 }} In 1913, she entered [[Newnham College, Cambridge]] where she was one of very few women students. Garrod left Newnham with a second class degree and undertook war work until she was demobilised in 1919. By this time she had lost three brothers. She then went to [[Malta]] where her father was working and to occupy herself she took an interest in the local antiquities. + Garrod was the daughter of the physician [[Sir Archibald Garrod]] and was raised in [[Melton, Suffolk]] by a number of governesses.{{DSB |first=Ofer | last=Bar-Yosef |author2=Jane Callander | title=Garrod, Dorothy Annie Elizabeth | volume=21 | pages=103–108 }} In 1913, she entered [[Newnham College, Cambridge]] where she was one of very few women students. Garrod left Newnham with a second class degree and undertook war work until she was demobilised in 1919. By this time she had lost three brothers. She then went to [[Malta]] where her father was working and to occupy herself she took an interest in the local antiquities.



Arthur Rudolph

Mon, 24 Apr 2017 09:25:59 GMT

‎Denaturalization and departure to West Germany: move OSI full name to where it's first mentioned ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:25, 24 April 2017 Line 76: Line 76:       ==Denaturalization and departure to West Germany==   ==Denaturalization and departure to West Germany== − In 1979, [[Eli Rosenbaum]] of [[Office of Special Investigations (United States Department of Justice)|OSI]], by chance read about Rudolph in a book about moving rocket parts using forced labor.{{r|feigin}} Eli Rosenbaum had conducted research at the [[National Archives and Records Administration|National Archives]], about the [[Mittelbau-Dora#Andrae Trial|Dora war crimes trial]], appearing to connect him with the use of [[forced labor]] at [[Mittelwerk]].{{r|newburger2002}} + In 1979, [[Eli Rosenbaum]] of the [[Office of Special Investigations (United States Department of Justice)|Office of Special Investigations]] (OSI) by chance read about Rudolph in a book about moving rocket parts using forced labor.{{r|feigin}} Eli Rosenbaum had conducted research at the [[National Archives and Records Administration|National Archives]], about the [[Mittelbau-Dora#Andrae Trial|Dora war crimes trial]], appearing to connect him with the use of [[forced labor]] at [[Mittelwerk]].{{r|newburger2002}} − In September 1982, Rudolph received a letter requesting an interview by the [[Office of Special Investigations (United States Department of Justice)|Office of Special Investigations]] (OSI).{{r|newburger2002}} + In September 1982, Rudolph received a letter requesting an interview by the OSI.{{r|newburger2002}}   Rudolph believed this was one of the series of interrogations he had gone through since his arrival in the U.S. The first of three interviews, it centered on his attitudes on racial superiority, his early participation in the Nazi Party and a possible role in the treatment of prisoners at Mittelwerk.   Rudolph believed this was one of the series of interrogations he had gone through since his arrival in the U.S. The first of three interviews, it centered on his attitudes on racial superiority, his early participation in the Nazi Party and a possible role in the treatment of prisoners at Mittelwerk.     [...]



Nightingale baronets

Mon, 24 Apr 2017 09:25:58 GMT

← Previous revision Revision as of 09:25, 24 April 2017 Line 27: Line 27:   The ancestral seat for the Nightingale family was held in Kneesworth Hall of [[Bassingbourn cum Kneesworth]], Cambridgeshire.   The ancestral seat for the Nightingale family was held in Kneesworth Hall of [[Bassingbourn cum Kneesworth]], Cambridgeshire.     − Previous connections of distinction include the families of [[Capell]], [[Throckmorton]], [[Slingsby]] and [[Chester]]. + Previous connections with distinguished families include [[Capell]], [[Throckmorton]], [[Slingsby]] and Chester.       ==The Nightingale Baronets of Newport Pond (established in 1628)==   ==The Nightingale Baronets of Newport Pond (established in 1628)== [...]



User:DatBot/pendingbacklog

Mon, 24 Apr 2017 09:25:58 GMT

Bot updating pending changes level to level 3 (9 pages) ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:25, 24 April 2017 Line 1: Line 1:   {{#switch: {{{1}}}   {{#switch: {{{1}}}   | level = 3   | level = 3 − | sign = 08:55, 24 April 2017 (UTC) + | sign = 09:25, 24 April 2017 (UTC) − | info = 10 pages according to [[User:DatBot|DatBot]] + | info = 9 pages according to [[User:DatBot|DatBot]]   }}   }} [...]



Olivia Louvel

Mon, 24 Apr 2017 09:25:57 GMT

‎Solo works ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:25, 24 April 2017 Line 27: Line 27:       * ''Doll Divider'' (2010 + 2011)   * ''Doll Divider'' (2010 + 2011) − Initially released as a digital version on Ototoi Music / Optical Sound. The starting point for 'Doll Divider'{{cite web|url=http://thequietus.com/articles/06301-listen-olivia-louvel-doll-maker-2 |title=LISTEN: Olivia Louvel-Doll Maker |publisher=Thequietus.com |date=20 May 2011 |accessdate=10 December 2012}} was derived from A4 paintings which she made using pages from fashion magazines and repainting on top of the photos of the models. Collectively these paintings are called "Processed Dolls". Following her Qwartz Album Award in 2011, she created her label Cat Werk Imprint. 'Doll Divider' was re-released as a limited edition vinyl, enhanced and remastered version, catalogue number CW01. + Initially released as a digital version on Ototoi Music / Optical Sound. 'Doll Divider'{{cite web|url=http://thequietus.com/articles/06301-listen-olivia-louvel-doll-maker-2 |title=LISTEN: Olivia Louvel-Doll Maker |publisher=Thequietus.com |date=20 May 2011 |accessdate=10 December 2012}} was originally inspired by A4 paintings which she made using pages from fashion magazines and repainting on top of the photos of the models. Collectively these paintings are called "Processed Dolls". Following her Qwartz Album Award in 2011, she created her label Cat Werk Imprint. 'Doll Divider' was re-released as a limited edition vinyl, enhanced and remastered version, catalogue number CW01.       * ''ō, music for haiku'' (2012)   * ''ō, music for haiku'' (2012) [...]



Brian Orser

Mon, 24 Apr 2017 09:25:57 GMT

‎Competitive highlights ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:25, 24 April 2017 Line 134: Line 134:   {| class="wikitable" style="text-align:center"   {| class="wikitable" style="text-align:center"   |-   |- − ! style="background-color: #ffdead; " colspan=13 align=center | '''International''' + ! style="background-color: #ffdead; " colspan=13 align=center | International   |-   |-   ! Event   ! Event − ! 1976–77 + ! {{tooltip|76–77|1976–1977}} − ! 1977–78 + ! 77–78 − ! 1978–79 + ! 78–79 − ! 1979–80 + ! 79–80 − ! 1980–81 + ! 80–81 − ! 1981–82 + ! 81–82 − ! 1982–83 + ! 82–83 − ! 1983–84 + ! 83–84 − ! 1984–85 + ! 84–85 − ! 1985–86 + ! 85–86 − ! 1986–87 + ! 86–87 − ! 1987–88 + ! 87–88   |-   |-   | align=left | [[Figure skating at the Olympic Games|Olympics]] || || || || || || || || bgcolor=silver | 2nd || || || || bgcolor=silver | 2nd   | align=left | [[Figure skating at the Olympic Games|Olympics]] || || || || || || || || bgcolor=silver | 2nd || || || || bgcolor=silver | 2nd Line 156: Line 156:   | align=left | [[Skate Canada International|Skate Canada]] || || || || || 6th || bgcolor=silver | 2nd || bgcolor=silver | 2nd || bgcolor=gold | 1st || bgcolor=gold | 1st || || || bgcolor=gold | 1st   | align=left | [[Skate Canada International|Skate Canada]] || || || || || 6th || bgcolor=silver | 2nd || bgcolor=silver | 2nd || bgcolor=gold | 1st || bgcolor=gold | 1st || || || bgcolor=gold | 1st   |-   |- − | align=left | [[NHK Trophy]] || || || || || || || || || bgcolor=silver | 2nd || bgcolor=silver | 2nd|| || + | align=left | [[NHK Trophy]] || || || || || || || || || bgcolor=silver | 2nd || bgcolor=silver | 2nd || ||   |-   |- − |align=left | [[St. Ivel International]] || || || || || || bgcolor=gold| 1st || bgcolor=gold| 1st || || || bgcolor=gold| 1st || || + |align=left | [[St. Ivel International|St. Ivel]] || || || || || || bgcolor=gold| 1st || bgcolor=gold| 1st || || || bgcolor=gold| 1st || ||   |-   |-   | align=left | [[Nebelhorn Trophy|Nebelhorn]] || || || || || bgcolor=silver | 2nd || || || || || || ||   | align=left | [[Nebelhorn Trophy|Nebelhorn]] || || || || || bgcolor=silver | 2nd || || || || || || || Line 168: Line 168:   | align=left | [[Novarat Trophy|Novarat]] || || || || || || || || || || || bgcolor=gold | 1st ||   | align=left | [[Novarat Trophy|Novarat]] || || || || || || || || || || || bgcolor=gold | 1st ||   |-   |- − ! style="background-color: #ffdead; " colspan=13 align=center | '''International: Junior''' + ! style="background-color: #ffdead; " colspan=13 align=center | International: Junior   |-   |-   | align=left | [[World Junior Figure Skating Championships|Junior Worlds]] || || 4th || || || || || || || || || ||   | align=left | [[World Junior Figure Skating Championships|Junior Worlds]] || || 4th || || || || || || || || || ||   |-   |- − ! style="background-color: #ffdead; " colspan=13 align=center | '''National''' + ! style="background-color: #ffdead; " colspan=13 align=center | National   |-   |- − | align=left | [[Canadian Figure Skating Champions[...]



Rape in Kashmir conflict

Mon, 24 Apr 2017 09:25:57 GMT

← Previous revision Revision as of 09:25, 24 April 2017 Line 60: Line 60:       === Reactions ===   === Reactions ===   +   The Indian authorities have denied the charges, when confronted with the evidence of rape.   The Indian authorities have denied the charges, when confronted with the evidence of rape.     Line 103: Line 104:   In 1970s, the Shi'a and Sunni groups in Gilgit Baltistan started having bloody conflicts. It led the military to intervene, and these tribesmen invaded the region, looted, raped and lynched the locals that to date remains unpunished.{{cite book|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=ZfnWCQAAQBAJ&pg=PA245&lpg=PA245&dq=pakistan+military+kashmir+gilgit&source=|title=Encyclopedia of the Stateless Nations: Ethnic and National Groups Around the World A-Z|page=245|publisher=ABC-CLIO|author=James Minahan|year=2002}}   In 1970s, the Shi'a and Sunni groups in Gilgit Baltistan started having bloody conflicts. It led the military to intervene, and these tribesmen invaded the region, looted, raped and lynched the locals that to date remains unpunished.{{cite book|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=ZfnWCQAAQBAJ&pg=PA245&lpg=PA245&dq=pakistan+military+kashmir+gilgit&source=|title=Encyclopedia of the Stateless Nations: Ethnic and National Groups Around the World A-Z|page=245|publisher=ABC-CLIO|author=James Minahan|year=2002}}     − In 2005, a BBC Urdu reported about the family of a Kashmiri women, who had been raped by three Pakistani soldiers of Mujahid Battalion.{{cite book|title=The Prospect of Nuclear Jihad in South Asia: Pakistan's Army, Extra-judicial Killings, and the Forceful Disappearance of Pashtuns and Balochs|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=yfwdCwAAQBAJ&pg=PA168&dq=|page=168|publisher=Algora Publishing}}http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/4725157.stmhttps://www.dawn.com/news/149871 This case was called the first ever reported case of rape to police, the family said that army was forcing them to withdraw case. Hundreds of the villagers went to protest against the soldiers.{{cite web|title=The family of a young woman in Pakistan-administered Kashmir has accused three soldiers of raping her|url=http://www.hrcsa.org/PAKISTAN/Administered%20Kashmir%20has%20accused%20three%20soldiers%20of%20raping.htm}} + In 2005, a BBC Urdu reported about the family of a Kashmiri women, who had been raped by three Pakistani soldiers of Mujahid Battalion.{{cite book|title=The Prospect of Nuclear Jihad in South Asia: Pakistan's Army, Extra-judicial Killings, and the Forceful Disappearance of Pashtuns and Balochs|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=yfwdCwAAQBAJ&pg=PA168&dq=|page=168|publisher=Algora Publishing}}http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/4725157.stmhttps://www.dawn.com/news/149871 This case was called the first ever reported case of rape involving military in the region to the police, however the family said that army was forcing them to withdraw case. Hundreds of the villagers went to protest against the soldiers.{{cite web|title=The family of a young woman in Pakistan-administered Kashmir has accused three soldiers of raping her|url=http://www.hrcsa.org/PAKISTAN/[...]



1973 NCAA Division I football season

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Conference standings completed with addition of MVC ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:25, 24 April 2017 Line 67: Line 67:       ==Conference standings==   ==Conference standings== − The following is an incomplete list of conference standings:     {| cellpadding="5"   {| cellpadding="5"   |valign="top" width=25em|{{1973 ACC football standings}}   |valign="top" width=25em|{{1973 ACC football standings}}   |valign="top" width=25em|{{1973 Big 8 football standings}}   |valign="top" width=25em|{{1973 Big 8 football standings}}   |valign="top" width=25em|{{1973 Big Ten football standings}}   |valign="top" width=25em|{{1973 Big Ten football standings}}   + |valign="top" width=25em rowspan=4|{{1973 NCAA Division I Independents football records}}   |-   |-   |valign="top" width=25em|{{1973 Ivy League football standings}}   |valign="top" width=25em|{{1973 Ivy League football standings}}   |valign="top" width=25em|{{1973 Mid-American Conference football standings}}   |valign="top" width=25em|{{1973 Mid-American Conference football standings}}   + |valign="top" width=25em|{{1973 Missouri Valley Conference football standings}}   + |-   |valign="top" width=25em|{{1973 Pacific Coast Athletic Association football standings}}   |valign="top" width=25em|{{1973 Pacific Coast Athletic Association football standings}} − |-     |valign="top" width=25em|{{1973 Pacific-8 football standings}}   |valign="top" width=25em|{{1973 Pacific-8 football standings}}   |valign="top" width=25em|{{1973 SEC football standings}}   |valign="top" width=25em|{{1973 SEC football standings}} − |valign="top" width=25em rowspan=2|{{1973 NCAA Division I Independents football records}}     |-   |-   |valign="top" width=25em|{{1973 Southern Conference football standings}}   |valign="top" width=25em|{{1973 Southern Conference football standings}}   |valign="top" width=25em|{{1973 Southwest Conference football standings}}   |valign="top" width=25em|{{1973 Southwest Conference football standings}} − |-     |valign="top" width=25em|{{1973 WAC football standings}}   |valign="top" width=25em|{{1973 WAC football standings}}   |}   |} [...]



Talk:Vladimir Lenin

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‎in lede: "and granted independence to non-Russian nations under Russian control." ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:25, 24 April 2017 Line 255: Line 255:   :::::So the current version cannot stand. Our friend's suggestion, with a couple of 'the's added, turns into "but the Soviets were forced to recognize the independence of several non-Russian nations". Anyone got any substantive objections, not Lenin's press releases?   :::::So the current version cannot stand. Our friend's suggestion, with a couple of 'the's added, turns into "but the Soviets were forced to recognize the independence of several non-Russian nations". Anyone got any substantive objections, not Lenin's press releases?   :::::[[User:Gravuritas|Gravuritas]] ([[User talk:Gravuritas|talk]]) 05:09, 24 April 2017 (UTC)   :::::[[User:Gravuritas|Gravuritas]] ([[User talk:Gravuritas|talk]]) 05:09, 24 April 2017 (UTC)   +   + ::::::How about "and accepted the independence of ...[list the names]"? This is more neutral, more accurate, and more specific.--[[User:Jack Upland|Jack Upland]] ([[User talk:Jack Upland|talk]]) 09:25, 24 April 2017 (UTC)       == Genealogical tree ==   == Genealogical tree == [...]



Patrik Ervell

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‎Career: typo ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:25, 24 April 2017 Line 2: Line 2:       ==Career==   ==Career== − Ervell is noted for using innovative and unusual fabrics including gold foil, vintage parachutes, fabrics dyed with oxidized iron and copper, handmade rubber raincoats, horsehair, and most recently splash-dyed silks.{{cite web|url=http://www.jargol.com/brands/patrik-ervell/ |title=Patrik Ervell |publisher=Jargol.co |date= |accessdate=2011-05-13}}{{cite web|url=http://www.dazeddigital.com/fashion/article/9607/1/patrik-ervell-menswear-aw11 |title=Patrik Ervell Menswear A/W11 |publisher=Dazed Digital |date= |accessdate=2011-05-13}} His designs are characterized as utilitarian,{{cite news|last=Katz |first=Basil |url=http://www.reuters.com/article/2010/02/16/us-fashion-menswear-idUSTRE61F2OT20100216 |title=Menswear comes into its own at NY Fashion Week |publisher=Reuters |date= 2010-02-16|accessdate=2011-05-13}} minimal and elegant.{{cite web|url=http://www.swarovski.tv/Content.Node/CFDASpecial/ |title=Swarovski CDFA Fashion Awards 2010 |publisher=Swarovski.tv |date=2010-03-18 |accessdate=2011-05-13}} + Ervell is noted for using innovative and unusual fabrics including gold foil, vintage parachutes, fabrics dyed with oxidized iron and copper, handmade rubber raincoats, horsehair, and most recently splash-dyed silks.{{cite web|url=http://www.jargol.com/brands/patrik-ervell/ |title=Patrik Ervell |publisher=Jargol.co |date= |accessdate=2011-05-13}}{{cite web|url=http://www.dazeddigital.com/fashion/article/9607/1/patrik-ervell-menswear-aw11 |title=Patrik Ervell Menswear A/W11 |publisher=Dazed Digital |date= |accessdate=2011-05-13}} His designs are characterized as utilitarian,{{cite news|last=Katz |first=Basil |url=http://www.reuters.com/article/2010/02/16/us-fashion-menswear-idUSTRE61F2OT20100216 |title=Menswear comes into its own at NY Fashion Week |publisher=Reuters |date= 2010-02-16|accessdate=2011-05-13}} minimal and elegant.{{cite web|url=http://www.swarovski.tv/Content.Node/CFDASpecial/ |title=Swarovski CFDA Fashion Awards 2010 |publisher=Swarovski.tv |date=2010-03-18 |accessdate=2011-05-13}}       Patrik Ervell debuted in 2005 at the New York City concept store Opening Ceremony. Upon winning the [[Ecco Domani]] Award for Menswear in 2007 he debuted his collection in his first runway show.{{cite news |url=http://tmagazine.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/01/15/the-nifty-50-patrik-ervell-designer/ |title=The Nifty 50 | Patrik Ervell, Designer |author=Laird Borrelli-Persson |publisher=NYtimes.com |date=2010-01-15 |deadurl=no |accessdate=2013-11-06}} Since then, Patrik has received nominations for the [[Council of Fashion Designers of America|CFDA]]'s [[Swarovski]] Award for Menswear in 2008, 2009 and 2010. Ervell was the runner up for the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Award in 2009.{{cite web |url=http://www.vogue.com/vogue-daily/article/vd-meet-the-2009-cfdavogue-fashion-fund-finalists-patrik-ervell/ |title=Meet The 2009 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Finalists: Patrik Ervell |publisher=Vogue |date= |accessdate=2011-05-13}} In 2011 he was nominated for GQ's Best New Menswear Designer in America,{{cite web|url=http://www.cfda.com/patrik-ervel[...]



Xerophyte

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‎Types of xerophytes ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:25, 24 April 2017 Line 15: Line 15:       ==Types of xerophytes==   ==Types of xerophytes== − {{expand section|date=June 2011}} + {{bigger parts of the planet section|date=June 2011}}   [[Succulent plant]]s store water in their stems or leaves. They include the [[Cactaceae]] family, which has round stems and can store a lot of water. The leaves are often [[Vestigiality|vestigial]], as in the case of cacti, wherein the leaves are reduced to spines, or they do not have leaves at all.   [[Succulent plant]]s store water in their stems or leaves. They include the [[Cactaceae]] family, which has round stems and can store a lot of water. The leaves are often [[Vestigiality|vestigial]], as in the case of cacti, wherein the leaves are reduced to spines, or they do not have leaves at all.   Xerophytes are commonly found in arid environments, where plants such as pineapples and cacti may grow.   Xerophytes are commonly found in arid environments, where plants such as pineapples and cacti may grow. [...]



Draft:Swarnali Kanjilal

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‎Event Participation ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:25, 24 April 2017 Line 6: Line 6:       ==Event Participation==   ==Event Participation== − She took part in [[Femina Miss India]], The Bengal Fashion Expo – 2017 and North American Bengali Conference (NABC). + She took part in different fashion shows like [[Femina Miss India]], The Bengal Fashion Expo – 2017 and North American Bengali Conference (NABC).       {{Infobox person   {{Infobox person [...]



Omerta (2017 film)

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‎Cast ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:25, 24 April 2017 Line 30: Line 30:       ==Cast==   ==Cast== − *[[Rajkummar Rao]] + *[[Rajkummar Rao]] as Omar Sheikh       ==Reference==   ==Reference== [...]



Rishi Chanda

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← Previous revision Revision as of 09:25, 24 April 2017 Line 12: Line 12:   | occupation = [[Composer]]{{cite web|url=http://gaana.com/artist/rishi-chanda|title=Artist rishi chanda|work=gaana.com|accessdate=2015-10-01}}{{cite web|url=http://www.moviebuff.com/rishi-chanda|title=Rishi Chanda music director|work=moviebuff.com|accessdate=2015-10-01}}
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[[Singer]]{{cite web|url=http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/topic/Rishi-Chanda|title=Rishi Chanda|work=[[The Times Of India]]|accessdate=2015-10-01}}}}   | occupation = [[Composer]]{{cite web|url=http://gaana.com/artist/rishi-chanda|title=Artist rishi chanda|work=gaana.com|accessdate=2015-10-01}}{{cite web|url=http://www.moviebuff.com/rishi-chanda|title=Rishi Chanda music director|work=moviebuff.com|accessdate=2015-10-01}}
[[music director]]
[[Singer]]{{cite web|url=http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/topic/Rishi-Chanda|title=Rishi Chanda|work=[[The Times Of India]]|accessdate=2015-10-01}}}}     − '''Rishi Chanda''' ({{lang-bn|ঋষি চন্দ}}) is an [[India]]n [[music director]], [[composer]] and singer,based out of Mumbai. It all began with playing the Mandolin, performing at the AIR studios then as a child artist. In the early years of his career, he made his mark with the Bangla Band Parash Pathor. Thereafter, he has performed with the inimitable Hip Pocket, a rock band based in Kolkata, across the country and abroad. The world of entertainment has changed since. But for Rishi, the love for music has only grown. Today with several chart toppers under his belt and many upcoming big banner releases, Rishi Chanda is a leading music composer in Bengali Films. Apart from composing for films and stage performances, Rishi has composed for several ad films and jingles in a career spanning almost two decades. Airtel, SREI, TATA Cummins, Lafarge, Vivel, Max Fashion, The times of India and lots more.{{cite web|url=http://www.mid-day.com/articles/himesh-reshammiya-to-sue-rishi-chanda/15384154|title=Himesh Reshammiya to sue Rishi Chanda?|work=mid-day.com|accessdate=2015-10-01}}{{cite web|url=https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/rishi-chanda/id649658481|title=Artist Rishi Chanda|work=apple.com|accessdate=2015-10-01}}{{cite web|url=http://anymaza.com/view/608/Prem%20Ta%20Toder%20Nesha.mp3%20By%20Rishi%20Chanda%20&%20Amrita.html|title=Prem Ta Toder Nesha By Rishi Chanda & Amrita mp3|work=anymaza.com|accessdate=2015-10-01}}{{cite web|url=http://www.venkateshfilms.com/bengali-movie-songs-videos/videostags/rishi-chanda/|title=Rishi Chanda movie songs|work=venkateshfilms.com|accessdate=2015-10-01}} + '''Rishi Chanda''' ({{lang-bn|ঋষি চন্দ}}) is an [[India]]n [[music director]], [[composer]] and singer,based out of Mumbai. It all began with playing the Mandolin, performing at the AIR studios then as a child artist. In the early years of his career, he made his mark with the Bangla Band Parash Pathor. Thereafter, he has performed with the inimitable Hip Pocket, a rock band based in Kolkata, across the country and abroad. The world of entertainment has changed since. But[...]



Template:Java Virtual Machine

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move IKVM.NET to discontinued, see http://weblog.ikvm.net/PermaLink.aspx?guid=33ea525f-a291-418a-bd6a-abdf22d0662b ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:25, 24 April 2017 Line 16: Line 16:   * [[JamVM]]   * [[JamVM]]   * [[Jikes RVM]]   * [[Jikes RVM]] − * [[IKVM.NET]]     * [[IBM J9]]   * [[IBM J9]]   * [[JRockit]]   * [[JRockit]] Line 39: Line 38:   * [[Apache Harmony]]   * [[Apache Harmony]]   * [[GNU Compiler for Java|GCJ]]   * [[GNU Compiler for Java|GCJ]]   + * [[IKVM.NET]]   * [[Kaffe]]   * [[Kaffe]]   * [[Microsoft Java Virtual Machine|Microsoft JVM]]   * [[Microsoft Java Virtual Machine|Microsoft JVM]] [...]



Wikipedia:Categories for discussion/Log/2017 April 24

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‎NEW NOMINATIONS: ancient spartan women poets ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:25, 24 April 2017 Line 16: Line 16:   ==== NEW NOMINATIONS ====   ==== NEW NOMINATIONS ====       + ==== Category:Ancient Spartan women poets ====   + :* '''Propose merging''' [[:Category:Ancient Spartan women poets]] to [[:Category:Ancient Greek women poets]]   + :'''Nominator's rationale:''' Per [[WP:SMALLCAT]]. [[Cleitagora]] and [[Megalostrata (poet)|Megalostrata]] are, to the best of my knowledge, the only ancient Spartan poets whose names are even known. Barring a miraculous papyrological discovery, the only way this category is going to change is if the articles are either deleted or merged. [[:Category:Ancient Greek women poets]] is not otherwise subcategorised by region, and there are no more than two poets from any given region in that category. [[User:Caeciliusinhorto|Caeciliusinhorto]] ([[User talk:Caeciliusinhorto|talk]]) 09:25, 24 April 2017 (UTC)   +   ==== Category:Norwegian diving (acrobatics) biography stubs ====   ==== Category:Norwegian diving (acrobatics) biography stubs ====   :* '''Propose upmerging ''' [[:Category:Norwegian diving (acrobatics) biography stubs]] to {{cl|Diving (acrobatics) biography stubs}} and {{cl|Norwegian sportspeople stubs}}
  :* '''Propose upmerging ''' [[:Category:Norwegian diving (acrobatics) biography stubs]] to {{cl|Diving (acrobatics) biography stubs}} and {{cl|Norwegian sportspeople stubs}}
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Alfred Clifton Hughes

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← Previous revision Revision as of 09:25, 24 April 2017 Line 68: Line 68:   *[[The Most Reverend]]   *[[The Most Reverend]]   | offstyle=[[Your Excellency]]   | offstyle=[[Your Excellency]] − | relstyle=[[Bishop]] + | relstyle=[[Archbishop]]   | image = Coat of arms of Alfred Clifton Hughes.svg   | image = Coat of arms of Alfred Clifton Hughes.svg   | image_size = 200px   | image_size = 200px [...]



Margarita of Diez

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'''Margarita of Diez''' (German - ''Margarethe von Diez''; [[14 October]] [[1544]] - [[12 July]] [[1608]]) was a German noblewoman. Born in [[Spangenberg]], she was the fourth child and eldest daughter of [[Philip I, Landgrave of Hesse]] and his wife [[Christine of Saxony]].
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'''Margarita of Diez''' (German - ''Margarethe von Diez''; [[14 October]] [[1544]] - [[12 July]] [[1608]]) was a German noblewoman. Born in [[Spangenberg]], she was the fourth child and eldest daughter of [[Philip I, Landgrave of Hesse]] and his second [[morganatic]] wife [[Margarethe von der Saale]], whom he had married whilst still married to his first wife [[Christine of Saxony]].
   
 
==Life==
 
==Life==



Toowoomba South State School

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added citation about Oslo lunch ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:25, 24 April 2017 Line 112: Line 112:   After 1945, Toowoomba continued the steady growth that had largely characterised its first century of development. The city's estimated population in mid-1953 was 40,000, a rapid expansion from the 1947 census figure of 35,194. Primary and secondary industries expanded, tourist numbers grew, and construction projects provided a boom for the local building industry. In 1954 alone, over £2,000,000 worth of projects were undertaken including new dwellings, commercial buildings, and other expansion projects. The growth of Toowoomba was reflected at the Toowoomba South Girls' and Infants' State School by increased enrolments and building additions to the school. At the time of the transfer of Grade 8 students to high school at the end of 1963, there were around 700 pupils at the school.   After 1945, Toowoomba continued the steady growth that had largely characterised its first century of development. The city's estimated population in mid-1953 was 40,000, a rapid expansion from the 1947 census figure of 35,194. Primary and secondary industries expanded, tourist numbers grew, and construction projects provided a boom for the local building industry. In 1954 alone, over £2,000,000 worth of projects were undertaken including new dwellings, commercial buildings, and other expansion projects. The growth of Toowoomba was reflected at the Toowoomba South Girls' and Infants' State School by increased enrolments and building additions to the school. At the time of the transfer of Grade 8 students to high school at the end of 1963, there were around 700 pupils at the school.     − A building was constructed at Toowoomba South Girls' and Infants' State School in 1945 using money granted to the school by the Commonwealth Government. This money was granted to all schools in 1945 to commemorate the end of [[World War II]] and the amount was based on enrolment numbers. A meeting of mothers convened by head teacher, Aileen Wadley, had decided the funds would be used to establish the "Oslo Lunch Room", a tuckshop offering healthy lunches (based on the [[Oslo breakfast|Norwegian nutritious lunch movement]]) that would be "a permanent benefit to the children of the school". The building was a standard, temporary building designed by the Department of Public Works. + A building was constructed at Toowoomba South Girls' and Infants' State School in 1945 using money granted to the school by the Commonwealth Government. This money was granted to all schools in 1945 to commemorate the end of [[World War II]] and the amount was based on enrolment numbers. A meeting of mothers convened by head teacher, Aileen Wadley, had decided the funds would be used to establish the "Oslo Lunch Room", a tuckshop offering healthy lunches (based on the [[Oslo breakfast|Norwegian nutritious lunch movement]]) that would be "a permanent ben[...]



Sanghamithra Express

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← Previous revision Revision as of 09:25, 24 April 2017 Line 8: Line 8:   | type = [[Super fast]]   | type = [[Super fast]]   | locale = [[Karnataka]], [[Tamil Nadu]], [[Telangana]], [[Andhra Pradesh]], [[Maharashtra]], [[Madhya Pradesh]], [[Uttar Pradesh]], [[Bihar]]   | locale = [[Karnataka]], [[Tamil Nadu]], [[Telangana]], [[Andhra Pradesh]], [[Maharashtra]], [[Madhya Pradesh]], [[Uttar Pradesh]], [[Bihar]] − | first = 1 January 2002 + | first = 1 January 1984 − | last =     | operator = [[South Western Railway zone|South Western Railway]]   | operator = [[South Western Railway zone|South Western Railway]] − | ridership =     | start = [[Bangalore City railway station]]   | start = [[Bangalore City railway station]]   | stops = 37   | stops = 37 − | end =Danapur + | end =[[Danapur]]   | distance = {{convert|2723|km|abbr=on}}   | distance = {{convert|2723|km|abbr=on}}   | journeytime = 48.20 hours   | journeytime = 48.20 hours   | frequency = Daily   | frequency = Daily − | class = AC 2 Tier, AC 3 Tier, Sleeper 3 Tier, Unreserved + | class = THREE AC 2 Tier,FOUR AC 3 Tier,ELEVEN Sleeper 3 Tier,FIVE Unreserved,ONE Pantry Car   | seating = Yes   | seating = Yes   | sleeping = Yes   | sleeping = Yes − | autorack =     | catering = Yes   | catering = Yes − | observation = + | gauge = Broad Gauge − | entertainment =   − | baggage =   − | otherfacilities=   − | stock =   − | gauge =   − | el =     | train number = 12295UP / 12296DN   | train number = 12295UP / 12296DN   | speed = {{convert|56|km/h|abbr=on}} average with halts   | speed = {{convert|56|km/h|abbr=on}} average with halts Line 30: Line 28:   }}   }}     − The '''Sanghamitra Express''' is a Superfast train which runs daily between [[Bangalore City Railway Station]] in [[Bangalore]] in [[Karnataka]] and [[Danapur]] in [[Patna]] in [[Bihar]] via [[Chennai Central]]. This train takes a total of 48 hours for covering the 2723 km distance. Numbered 12295 UP and 12296DN, this belongs to the [[Superfast Mail/Express|Superfast]] category. The train belongs to [[South Western Railway zone|South Western Railway]]. + The '''Sanghamitra Express''' is a Superfast train which runs daily between [[Bangalore City Railway Station]] in [[Bangalore]] in [[Karnataka]] and [[Danapur]] in [[Patna]] in [[Bihar]] via [[Chennai Central]]. This train takes a total of 48 hours for covering the 2723 km distance. Numbered 12295 UP and 12296DN, this belongs to the [[Superfast Mail/Express|Superfast]] catagory of Indian Railways. −     ==Relevance==   ==Relevance==   Sanghamitra was the daughter of [[Emperor Ashoka]] of the [[Mauryan Empire]] who ruled Pataliputra, the present city of Patna.   Sanghamitr[...]



User talk:DopeboyAKAtriplebp

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‎Speedy deletion nomination of Matopo Mission: new section ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:25, 24 April 2017 Line 18: Line 18:   |}   |}   [[Category:Wikipedians who have received a Teahouse invitation]]   [[Category:Wikipedians who have received a Teahouse invitation]]   +   + == Speedy deletion nomination of Matopo Mission ==   +   + Hello DopeboyAKAtriplebp,   +   + I wanted to let you know that I just tagged [[Matopo Mission]] for deletion, because the article doesn't clearly say why the subject is important enough to be included in an encyclopedia.   +   + If you feel that the article shouldn't be deleted and want more time to work on it, you can '''[http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title={{urlencode:Talk:Matopo Mission}}&action=edit§ion=new&preload=Template:Hangon_preload&preloadtitle=This+page+should+not+be+speedy+deleted+because...+ contest this deletion]''', but please don't remove the speedy deletion tag from the top.   +   + You can leave a note on [[User_talk:Towel401|my talk page]] if you have questions.   +   + [[User:Towel401|Towel401]] ([[User talk:Towel401|talk]]) 09:25, 24 April 2017 (UTC) [...]



Matopo Mission

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Saaho (film)

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* [[Prabhas]]
 
* [[Prabhas]]
 
* [[Rakul Preet Singh]]
 
* [[Rakul Preet Singh]]
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==Production==
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After success [[Run Raja Run]], [[Sujeeth]] signed another project with [[UV Creations]]



User:F14TOMCAT

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Wikipedia:Today's featured article/April 24, 2017

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applied our standard formatting to the image [which, thankfully, wasn't overwritten by a vandal during the ~10-minute period in which it was transcluded on the main page without protection] ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:25, 24 April 2017 Line 1: Line 1: − {{TFAIMAGE|File:Michael Emerson SDCC 2013.jpg|Actor Michael Emerson in 2014}}'''[[The Shape of Things to Come (Lost)|"The Shape of Things to Come"]]''' is the 81st [[List of Lost episodes|episode]] of the [[American Broadcasting Company]] television series ''[[Lost (TV series)|Lost]]'', and the ninth episode of the [[Lost (season 4)|fourth season]]. The episode first aired on April 24, 2008, in the U.S. and Canada. It was written by [[Drew Goddard]] and [[Brian K. Vaughan]] and directed by [[Jack Bender]]. The narrative centers on [[Ben Linus]] (played by [[Michael Emerson]]) as he and the [[Oceanic Airlines]] Flight 815 crash survivors at the Barracks come under attack in December 2004, while [[Flashforward|flashforwards]] to late 2005 show him recruiting [[Sayid Jarrah]] ([[Naveen Andrews]]) as a [[hitman]] and confronting his enemy [[Charles Widmore]] ([[Alan Dale]]). Production was paused by the 100-day [[2007–2008 Writers Guild of America strike|Writers Guild of America strike]]. "The Shape of Things to Come" received positive critical reviews and the original broadcast was watched by 14 million Americans. Much praise was directed at Emerson's acting skills, particularly in his reaction to the execution of his character's daughter [[Alex (Lost)|Alex]] ([[Tania Raymonde]]). His performance in this episode garnered a nomination for [[Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor - Drama Series|Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series]] for the [[60th Primetime Emmy Awards]], and the episode was nominated in the category of Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series. {{TFAFULL|The Shape of Things to Come (Lost)}} +
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'''[[The Shape of Things to Come (Lost)|"The Shape of Things to Come"]]''' is the 81st [[List of Lost episodes|episode]] of the [[American Broadcasting Company]] television series ''[[Lost (TV series)|Lost]]'', and the ninth episode of the [[Lost (season 4)|fourth season]]. The episode first aired on April 24, 2008, in the U.S. and Canada. It was written by [[Drew Goddard]] and [[Brian K. Vaughan]] and directed by [[Jack Bender]]. The narrative centers on [[Ben Linus]], played by [[Michael Emerson]] ''(pictured)'', as he and the [[Oceanic Airlines]] Flight 815 crash survivors at the Barracks come under attack in December 2004, while [[Flashforward|flashforwards]] to late 2005 show him recruiting [[Sayid Jarrah]] ([[Naveen Andrews]]) as a [[hitman]] and confronting his enemy [[Charles Widmore]] ([[Alan Dale]]). Production was paused by the 100-day [[2007–2008 Writers Guild of Ameri[...]



Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Ivan Saric (2nd nomination)

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‎Ivan Saric: r ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:25, 24 April 2017 Line 16: Line 16:   *'''Comment''' {{u|PamD}}, I undid the redirect, as I realised that {{u|Roman Spinner}} - who is topic banned from editing dabs - had deleted two valid entries from this dab while nominating it for 'deletion', making it look like a completely invalid dab. It is not as clear as a redirect as there are 2 dabs with enough valid entries. However, I would personally support a merge and redirect. [[User:Boleyn|Boleyn]] ([[User talk:Boleyn|talk]]) 08:55, 24 April 2017 (UTC)   *'''Comment''' {{u|PamD}}, I undid the redirect, as I realised that {{u|Roman Spinner}} - who is topic banned from editing dabs - had deleted two valid entries from this dab while nominating it for 'deletion', making it look like a completely invalid dab. It is not as clear as a redirect as there are 2 dabs with enough valid entries. However, I would personally support a merge and redirect. [[User:Boleyn|Boleyn]] ([[User talk:Boleyn|talk]]) 08:55, 24 April 2017 (UTC)   ::{{ping|Boleyn}} Where's the topic ban? We need to report this clear breach and prevent any future such timewasting. [[User:PamD|'''''Pam''''']][[User talk:PamD|'''''D''''']] 09:22, 24 April 2017 (UTC)   ::{{ping|Boleyn}} Where's the topic ban? We need to report this clear breach and prevent any future such timewasting. [[User:PamD|'''''Pam''''']][[User talk:PamD|'''''D''''']] 09:22, 24 April 2017 (UTC)   + :::Found it. Now to ANI. [[User:PamD|'''''Pam''''']][[User talk:PamD|'''''D''''']] 09:25, 24 April 2017 (UTC) [...]



Polonia (Wagner)

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‎top ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:25, 24 April 2017 Line 4: Line 4:   Wagner states that ''Polonia'' resulted from a "dreamlike evening" in Leipzig which he heard uninterrupted Polish songs at a celebration of [[May 3rd Constitution Day]] in 1832.Wagner (1992) p. 58 He composed the work later in Berlin in May-July 1836, and gave its first performance in Königsberg the following winter. The work, which is in [[sonata form]], contains references to Polish folksong.Millington (2001), p. 310   Wagner states that ''Polonia'' resulted from a "dreamlike evening" in Leipzig which he heard uninterrupted Polish songs at a celebration of [[May 3rd Constitution Day]] in 1832.Wagner (1992) p. 58 He composed the work later in Berlin in May-July 1836, and gave its first performance in Königsberg the following winter. The work, which is in [[sonata form]], contains references to Polish folksong.Millington (2001), p. 310     − Wagner's biographer [[Ernest Newman]] wrote that the overture was "shapeless and frothy...the oddest mixture of a pseudo-Polish idiom and the cheap assertive melody of ''[[Rienzi]]''".Newman, Ernest. "[http://www.jstor.org/stable/906254 Some Unknown and Little-Known Works of Wagner]", ''Musical Times'', 1 March 1914 {{subscription}}, accessed 7 March 2015 The writer Adrian Corleonis {{who|date=April 2017}} has commented that "''Polonia'' 's coarse-grained excitement, which may at first seem audacious, looms as merely clumsy ... well before its run halfway through its dozen-minute course, the curious compulsion to revisit lame material having something about it of the boorish, drunken frat boy imagining that he's the life of the party".Courleonis, Adrian, [http://www.allmusic.com/composition/polonia-overture-for-orchestra-in-c-major-wwv-39-mc0002374931 "Polonia, overture for orchestra in C major"] on Allmusic website, accessed 7 March 2015 + Wagner's biographer [[Ernest Newman]] wrote that the overture was "shapeless and frothy...the oddest mixture of a pseudo-Polish idiom and the cheap assertive melody of ''[[Rienzi]]''".Newman, Ernest. "[http://www.jstor.org/stable/906254 Some Unknown and Little-Known Works of Wagner]", ''Musical Times'', 1 March 1914 {{subscription}}, accessed 7 March 2015 The writer Adrian Corleonis has commented that "''Polonia'' 's coarse-grained excitement, which may at first seem audacious, looms as merely clumsy ... well before its run halfway through its dozen-minute course, the curious compulsion to revisit lame material having something about it of the boorish, drunken frat boy imagining that he's the life of the party".Courleonis, Adrian, [http://www.allmusic.com/composition/polonia-overture-for-orchestra-in-c-major-wwv-39-mc0002374931 "Polonia, overture for orchestra in C major"] on All[...]



User:Odah idris safiyanu

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User:Harymichalin

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Val-Zod

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Wikipedia talk:Cambridge

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‎Delay in processing, or user error?: re ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:25, 24 April 2017 Line 13: Line 13:   :{{re|Xover}} It's a shame you're having these issues, though you're [[User_talk:Nikkimaria#Wikipedia:Cambridge|not alone in having technical problems]]. I'll enquire about those two books to see why you can't access them. Will let you know when I hear back. [[User:Samwalton9 (WMF)|Samwalton9 (WMF)]] ([[User talk:Samwalton9 (WMF)|talk]]) 18:58, 21 April 2017 (UTC)   :{{re|Xover}} It's a shame you're having these issues, though you're [[User_talk:Nikkimaria#Wikipedia:Cambridge|not alone in having technical problems]]. I'll enquire about those two books to see why you can't access them. Will let you know when I hear back. [[User:Samwalton9 (WMF)|Samwalton9 (WMF)]] ([[User talk:Samwalton9 (WMF)|talk]]) 18:58, 21 April 2017 (UTC)   :: Thanks! {{small|And just to be sure there's no confusion: my issue is entirely unrelated to the relatively primitive search functionality. Not that I would mind better search, of course, but it doesn't really bother me all that much just now. Similarly, I'm assuming the technical problems with Cambridge's Core platform are universal, that they're aware of them, and that they will be sorted out eventually. So it's just the access issue that I'm requesting that someone followup on. }} --[[User:Xover|Xover]] ([[User talk:Xover|talk]]) 06:11, 22 April 2017 (UTC)   :: Thanks! {{small|And just to be sure there's no confusion: my issue is entirely unrelated to the relatively primitive search functionality. Not that I would mind better search, of course, but it doesn't really bother me all that much just now. Similarly, I'm assuming the technical problems with Cambridge's Core platform are universal, that they're aware of them, and that they will be sorted out eventually. So it's just the access issue that I'm requesting that someone followup on. }} --[[User:Xover|Xover]] ([[User talk:Xover|talk]]) 06:11, 22 April 2017 (UTC)   + :::{{re|Xover}} Cambridge said you should be able to access those collections, and are looking into it :) [[User:Samwalton9 (WMF)|Samwalton9 (WMF)]] ([[User talk:Samwalton9 (WMF)|talk]]) 09:25, 24 April 2017 (UTC) [...]



Eusynthemis virgula

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re-wording ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:25, 24 April 2017 Line 12: Line 12:   It inhabits streams in south-eastern Australia{{cite book|title=Identification Guide to the Australian Odonata|last2=Endersby|first2=Ian|date=2009|publisher=Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water NSW|isbn=978 1 74232 475 3|pages=215|last1=Theischinger|first1=Gunther|url=http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/resources/publications/09730AustOdonata.pdf}}{{Cite book|title=The Australian Dragonflies: A Guide to the Identification, Distributions and Habitats of Australian Odonata|last=Watson|first=J.A.L.|last2=Theischinger|first2=G.|last3=Abbey|first3=H.M.|publisher=CSIRO|year=1991|isbn=0643051368|location=Melbourne|pages=278|quote=|via=}}   It inhabits streams in south-eastern Australia{{cite book|title=Identification Guide to the Australian Odonata|last2=Endersby|first2=Ian|date=2009|publisher=Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water NSW|isbn=978 1 74232 475 3|pages=215|last1=Theischinger|first1=Gunther|url=http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/resources/publications/09730AustOdonata.pdf}}{{Cite book|title=The Australian Dragonflies: A Guide to the Identification, Distributions and Habitats of Australian Odonata|last=Watson|first=J.A.L.|last2=Theischinger|first2=G.|last3=Abbey|first3=H.M.|publisher=CSIRO|year=1991|isbn=0643051368|location=Melbourne|pages=278|quote=|via=}}     − ''Eusynthemis virgula'' appears similar to ''[[Eusynthemis brevistyla]]'' which is found in streams of south-eastern Australia. + ''Eusynthemis virgula'' appears similar to ''[[Eusynthemis brevistyla]]'' which is also found in streams of south-eastern Australia.       ==See also==   ==See also== [...]



Jeremy Kimball

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‎Mixed martial arts record ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:25, 24 April 2017 Line 83: Line 83:   |Maro Perak   |Maro Perak   |TKO (punches)   |TKO (punches) − | FFC: Night of Champions + | FFC 27: Night of Champions − |{{dts|2017|January|28}} + |{{dts|2016|December|17}}   |align=center|3   |align=center|3   |align=center|4:44   |align=center|4:44   |[[Zagreb]], Croatia   |[[Zagreb]], Croatia − |For Final Fight Championship Middleweight Championship. + |Won the [[List of FFC champions#MMA championship history|FFC Middleweight Championship]].   |-   |-   |{{yes2}}Win   |{{yes2}}Win [...]



User:Jc21b

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Abyss (wrestler)

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‎In wrestling ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:25, 24 April 2017 Line 166: Line 166:   ** [[Karen Jarrett]]   ** [[Karen Jarrett]]   ** [[Stevie Richards|Dr. Stevie]]   ** [[Stevie Richards|Dr. Stevie]] − **'''[[Courtney Rush|Rosemary]]''' + **[[Courtney Rush|Rosemary]]   * '''Wrestlers managed'''   * '''Wrestlers managed'''   ** [[James Storm]]   ** [[James Storm]] Line 179: Line 179:   ** "Immortal Theme" by Dale Oliver{{cite web|url=http://shoptna.com/immortal---theme.aspx|title=Immortal Theme|accessdate=2011-05-12|work=[[Total Nonstop Action Wrestling]]}} (November 11, 2010 – October 13, 2011; used as a member of [[Immortal (professional wrestling)|Immortal]])   ** "Immortal Theme" by Dale Oliver{{cite web|url=http://shoptna.com/immortal---theme.aspx|title=Immortal Theme|accessdate=2011-05-12|work=[[Total Nonstop Action Wrestling]]}} (November 11, 2010 – October 13, 2011; used as a member of [[Immortal (professional wrestling)|Immortal]])   ** "Blackhole" by Dale Oliver (April 14, 2011 – January 8, 2012)   ** "Blackhole" by Dale Oliver (April 14, 2011 – January 8, 2012) − ** "[[List of Total Nonstop Action Wrestling albums#TNA Black EP|Brother to Brother]]" by Dale Oliver{{cite web|url=http://shoptna.com/brother-to-brother-joseph-park.aspx|title=Brother to Brother (Joseph Park)|accessdate=2012-12-27|work=[[Total Nonstop Action Wrestling]]}} (January 13, 2013 – January 16, 2014; used as Joseph Park) + ** "[[List of Total Nonstop Action Wrestling albums#TNA Black EP|Brother to Brother]]" by Dale Oliver{{cite web|url=http://shoptna.com/brother-to-brother-joseph-park.aspx|title='''Brother to Brother''' (Joseph Park)|accessdate=2012-12-27|work=[[Total Nonstop Action Wrestling]]}} (January 13, 2013 – January 16, 2014; used as Joseph Park)   ** "[[God's Gonna Cut You Down|Cut You Down]]" by Dale Oliver and Serg Salinas (November 12, 2014 – September 23, 2015; used as a member of [[The Revolution (TNA)|The Revolution]])   ** "[[God's Gonna Cut You Down|Cut You Down]]" by Dale Oliver and Serg Salinas (November 12, 2014 – September 23, 2015; used as a member of [[The Revolution (TNA)|The Revolution]])   ** "[[The Nobodies (song)|The Nobodies]]" by [[Marilyn Manson]] (January 26, 2016 – December 15, 2016; used as a member of [[Decay (professional wrestling)|Decay]])   ** "[[The Nobodies (song)|The Nobodies]]" by [[Marilyn Manson]] ([...]



User talk:31.15.38.78

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Final warning: Vandalism on Aidan (name). (TW) ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:25, 24 April 2017 Line 44: Line 44:       [[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 [[:Aidan (name)]], you may be [[Wikipedia:Blocking policy|blocked from editing]]. [[User:Justeditingtoday|Justeditingtoday]] ([[User talk:Justeditingtoday|talk]]) 09:24, 24 April 2017 (UTC)   [[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 [[:Aidan (name)]], you may be [[Wikipedia:Blocking policy|blocked from editing]]. [[User:Justeditingtoday|Justeditingtoday]] ([[User talk:Justeditingtoday|talk]]) 09:24, 24 April 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:Stop hand nuvola.svg|30px|alt=Stop icon]] You may be '''[[Wikipedia:Blocking policy|blocked from editing]] without further warning''' the next time you [[Wikipedia:Vandalism|vandalize]] Wikipedia, as you did at [[:Aidan (name)]]. [[User:Justeditingtoday|Justeditingtoday]] ([[User talk:Justeditingtoday|talk]]) 09:25, 24 April 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.'' [...]



Alan Clark

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‎Media: comma ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:25, 24 April 2017 Line 119: Line 119:   == Media ==   == Media ==     − In 1993 he gave a half-hour ''[[Opinions (TV series)|Opinions]]'' lecture televised by [[Channel 4]], described in his diary as "It was good. Clear, assured, moving. I looked compos and in my 'prime'. Many people saw it. All were enthusiastic. Today acres of coverage in ''[[The Times]]''."Alan Clark, ''The Last Diaries'', Weidenfeld, 2002, entry for 22 February 1997, ISBN 9780753816950 + In 1993 he gave a half-hour ''[[Opinions (TV series)|Opinions]]'' lecture, televised by [[Channel 4]], described in his diary as "It was good. Clear, assured, moving. I looked compos and in my 'prime'. Many people saw it. All were enthusiastic. Today acres of coverage in ''[[The Times]]''."Alan Clark, ''The Last Diaries'', Weidenfeld, 2002, entry for 22 February 1997, ISBN 9780753816950       In 2004, [[John Hurt]] portrayed Clark (and [[Jenny Agutter]] his wife Jane) in the BBC's ''[[The Alan Clark Diaries]]'', reigniting some of the controversies surrounding their original publication and once again brought his name into the British press and media. An authorised biography of Alan Clark by Ion Trewin, the editor of his diaries, was published in September 2009.   In 2004, [[John Hurt]] portrayed Clark (and [[Jenny Agutter]] his wife Jane) in the BBC's ''[[The Alan Clark Diaries]]'', reigniting some of the controversies surrounding their original publication and once again brought his name into the British press and media. An authorised biography of Alan Clark by Ion Trewin, the editor of his diaries, was published in September 2009. [...]