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James Mayhew

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Thor: Ragnarok

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‎Plot ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:26, 13 December 2017 Line 60: Line 60:   The Grandmaster orders 142 and Loki to find Thor and Hulk, but the pair come to blows and Loki forces her to relive the deaths of her fellow Valkyrie at the hands of Hela. Deciding to help Thor, she takes Loki captive to prove her goodwill. Unwilling to be left behind, Loki provides the group with the means to steal one of the Grandmaster's ships. They then liberate the other gladiators who, led by [[Korg (comics)|Korg]] and [[Miek]], stage a revolution. Loki attempts to betray his brother to gain a reward from the Grandmaster, but Thor anticipates this and leaves him behind, where Korg and the gladiators soon find him. Thor, Banner, and 142 escape through a wormhole to Asgard, where Hela's forces are attacking Heimdall and Asgard's citizens. Banner becomes Hulk again, fighting Fenris, while Thor and 142 battle Skurge and the resurrected warriors. Loki and the gladiators arrive to help, and the citizens board their large ship; a repentant Skurge sacrifices himself to allow their escape. Thor, facing Hela, loses an eye and then has a vision of Odin that helps him realize only Ragnarök can stop Hela. While Hela is distracted, Loki locates Surtur's crown and places it in the Eternal Flame. Surtur is reborn and destroys Asgard, killing Hela.   The Grandmaster orders 142 and Loki to find Thor and Hulk, but the pair come to blows and Loki forces her to relive the deaths of her fellow Valkyrie at the hands of Hela. Deciding to help Thor, she takes Loki captive to prove her goodwill. Unwilling to be left behind, Loki provides the group with the means to steal one of the Grandmaster's ships. They then liberate the other gladiators who, led by [[Korg (comics)|Korg]] and [[Miek]], stage a revolution. Loki attempts to betray his brother to gain a reward from the Grandmaster, but Thor anticipates this and leaves him behind, where Korg and the gladiators soon find him. Thor, Banner, and 142 escape through a wormhole to Asgard, where Hela's forces are attacking Heimdall and Asgard's citizens. Banner becomes Hulk again, fighting Fenris, while Thor and 142 battle Skurge and the resurrected warriors. Loki and the gladiators arrive to help, and the citizens board their large ship; a repentant Skurge sacrifices himself to allow their escape. Thor, facing Hela, loses an eye and then has a vision of Odin that helps him realize only Ragnarök can stop Hela. While Hela is distracted, Loki locates Surtur's crown and places it in the Eternal Flame. Surtur is reborn and destroys Asgard, killing Hela.     − Thor and the others escape with Asgard's remaining citizens aboard the Grandmaster's vessel. Thor, now king, decides to take his people to Earth. In a mid-credits scene, they are intercepted by a large spacecraft.{{refn|name=Thanos|group=N|According to producer [[Kevin Feige]], the spaceship seen in the mid-credits scene is the ''Sanctuary II'', which belongs to [[Thanos]].}} In a [[post-credits scene]], the Grandmaster encounters a group of his former subjects, who are still rebelling. + Thor and the others escape with Asgard's remaining citizens aboard the Grandmaster's vessel. Thor, now king, decides to take his people to Earth. In a mid-credits scene, they are intercepted by a [[Sanctuary II|large spacecraft]].{{refn|name=Thanos|group=N|According to producer [[Kevin Feige]], the spaceship seen in the mid-credits scene is the ''Sanctuary II'', which belongs to [[Thanos]].}} In a [[post-credits scene]], the Grandmaster encounters a group of his former subjects, who are still rebelling.       ==Cast==   ==Cast== [...]



Ian Patrick Harris

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 23:26:34 GMT

Added several statements and quotes from Harris' Sensibly Speaking podcast. ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:26, 13 December 2017 Line 41: Line 41:   |publisher =   |publisher =   |accessdate = February 20, 2014   |accessdate = February 20, 2014 − }}     + }}{{Cite web|url=http://sensiblyspeaking.com/2017/12/|title=Sensibly Speaking Podcast #120: Atheism, Skepticism and Comedy ft. Ian Harris|last=Shelton|first=Chris|date=December 9, 2017|website=Sensibly Speaking|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20171213223047/http://sensiblyspeaking.com/2017/12/|archive-date=December 13, 2017|dead-url=|access-date=December 13, 2017}}     − In 2011 Harris came back to stand-up comedy, integrating skepticism and critical thinking into his act.{{cite web + In 2011 Harris came back to stand-up comedy, integrating skepticism and critical thinking into his act: "I’m a comedian. That’s what I am at my core."{{cite web   |url = http://wildjones.com/brookly-buddha-ep-12   |url = http://wildjones.com/brookly-buddha-ep-12   |title = Brooklyn Buddha ep.12   |title = Brooklyn Buddha ep.12 Line 57: Line 57:   }}   }}     − On December 21, 2012 he recorded his comedy special ''Ian Harris: Critical & Thinking''.{{cite web + Harris directed a few comedy specials, including one by [[Dwayne Perkins]], which was bought directly by Netflix. On December 21, 2012, he recorded his own comedy special ''Ian Harris: Critical & Thinking''.{{cite web   |url = http://www.2toneproductions.com/Critical&ThinkingEPK.pdf   |url = http://www.2toneproductions.com/Critical&ThinkingEPK.pdf   |title = Ian Harris: Critical & Thinking   |title = Ian Harris: Critical & Thinking   |publisher = 2 Tone Productions   |publisher = 2 Tone Productions   |accessdate = February 12, 2014   |accessdate = February 12, 2014 − }} Harris' second hour TV special "ExtraOrdinary" is due to be released Dec 12, 2017, by [[The Adam Carolla Show (podcast)|Adam Carolla]]'s Chassy Media.{{Cite web|url=https://www.instagram.com/p/Bca-yTNlgLN/|title=Chassy Media on Instagram|last=|first=|date=December 8, 2017|website=Instagram|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20171210190403/https://www.instagram.com/p/Bca-yTNlgLN/|archive-date=December 10, 2017|dead-url=|access-date=December 10, 2017}} It was recorded in 2016 at the Rio Theatre in his home town of Santa Cruz (California).{{Cite news|url=http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/article/NE/20161005/FEATURES/161009785|title=Santa Cruz comedian Ian Harris has made a career of defending science against blind faith|last=|first=|date=2016-10-05|work=Santa Cruz Sentinel|access-date=2017-09-29|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|language=en}}{{Cite web|url=https://www.meetup.com/Ethical-Culture-Society-of-Silicon-Valley/events/233973349/?_cookie-check=Gj_WIi0Db0xvrikx|title=Ian Harris "ExtraOrdinary" Comedy Special TV Taping!|last=|first=|date=|website=Meetup.com|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|access-date=December 10, 2017}}{{Cite web|url=https://www.facebook.com/events/1702529139996465/|title=Ian Harris "ExtraOrdinary" Taping!|last=|first=|date=|website=Facebook.com|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20131018071258/http://www.reference.com/|archive-date=December 10, 2017|dead-url=|access-date=December 10, 2017}}&l[...]



It's Alright to Be a Redneck

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 23:26:34 GMT

Reverted 1 edit by Gyropouch488 (talk): Keep trying, I keep reverting . (TW) ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:26, 13 December 2017 Line 8: Line 8:   | Format = [[Promotional recording|Promo-only CD single]]   | Format = [[Promotional recording|Promo-only CD single]]   | Recorded =   | Recorded = − | Genre = [[Bro-country]] + | Genre = [[Country music|Country]]   | Length = 2:44   | Length = 2:44   | Label = [[Arista Nashville]] 69102   | Label = [[Arista Nashville]] 69102 Line 19: Line 19:   | Misc =   | Misc =   }}   }} − "'''It's Alright to Be a Redneck'''" is a song written by Bill Kenner and Pat McLaughlin, and performed by American [[bro-country]] singer [[Alan Jackson]]. It was released in November 2001 as the fourth and final single from his album ''[[When Somebody Loves You (album)|When Somebody Loves You]]''. Just a few weeks after its release, it was pulled so Jackson's newly penned and highly anticipated single, "[[Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)]]", could be released. + "'''It's Alright to Be a Redneck'''" is a song written by Bill Kenner and Pat McLaughlin, and performed by American singer [[Alan Jackson]]. It was released in November 2001 as the fourth and final single from his album ''[[When Somebody Loves You (album)|When Somebody Loves You]]''. Just a few weeks after its release, it was pulled so Jackson's newly penned and highly anticipated single, "[[Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)]]", could be released.       ==Content==   ==Content== [...]



Claire Holt

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no footnotes in infoboxes for things that can be footnoted in article ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:26, 13 December 2017 Line 12: Line 12:   | years_active = 2006–present   | years_active = 2006–present   | spouse = {{marriage|Matthew Kaplan
|2016|2017|reason=separated}}   | spouse = {{marriage|Matthew Kaplan
|2016|2017|reason=separated}} − | partner = Andrew Joblon (2017-present) (engaged){{cite news |url=http://people.com/tv/claire-holt-engaged-andrew-joblon-months-after-splitting-husband/|title=The Originals Star Claire Holt Engaged to Andrew Joblon — 7 Months After Split From Matthew Kaplan |work=[[People (magazine)|People]] |first=Stephanie |last=Petit |date=3 December 2017 |accessdate=3 December 2017}}     + | partner = Andrew Joblon (2017-present) (engaged)   | education = [[Stuartholme School]]   | education = [[Stuartholme School]]   | known for = {{Plainlist|   | known for = {{Plainlist| Line 40: Line 40:       ==Personal life==   ==Personal life== − In July 2015, Holt became engaged to longtime boyfriend, TV producer Matthew Kaplan.{{cite news |url=http://www.people.com/article/claire-holt-announces-engagement-instagram |title=Claire Holt Is Engaged! Check out the Aquarius Actress's Ring |work=[[People (magazine)|People]] |first=Aurelie |last=Corinthios |date=14 July 2015 |accessdate=30 April 2016}} The two were married in April 2016.{{cite news |url=http://www.aol.com/article/2016/04/29/former-the-originals-star-claire-holt-gets-married/21357082/ |title=Former 'The Originals' star Claire Holt gets married |work=AOL.com |date=29 April 2016 |accessdate=30 April 2016}} On 27 April 2017, Kaplan filed for divorce from Holt, citing "irreconcilable differences". Holt subsequently filed in response on 2 May 2017, also asking for her name to be changed from Kaplan back to Holt.{{cite news |url=http://people.com/tv/claire-holt-divorcing-husband-files-one-day-before-1-year-anniversary/ |title=''The Originals''{{'}} Actress Claire Holt's Husband Files for Divorce One Day Before 1-Year Anniversary |work=[[People (magazine)|People]] |first=Natalie |last=Stone |date=4 May 2017 |accessdate=4 May 2017}} On 3 December 2017, Holt announced her engagement to real estate executive Andrew Joblon. + In July 2015, Holt became engaged to longtime boyfriend, TV producer Matthew Kaplan.{{cite news |url=http://www.people.com/article/claire-holt-announces-engagement-instagram |title=Claire Holt Is Engaged! Check out the Aquarius Actress's Ring |work=[[People (magazine)|People]] |first=Aurelie |last=Corinthios |date=14 July 2015 |accessdate=30 April 2016}} The two were married in April 2016.{{cite news |url=http://www.aol.com/article/2016/04/29/former-the-originals-star-claire-holt-gets-married/21357082/ |title=Former 'The Originals' star Claire Holt gets married |work=AOL.com |date=29 April 2016 |accessdate=30 April 2016}} On 27 April 2017, Kaplan filed for divorce from Holt, citing "irreconcilable differences". Holt subsequently filed in response on 2 May 2017, also asking for her name to be changed from Kaplan back to Holt.{{cite news |url=http://people.com/tv/claire-holt-divorcing-husband-files-one-day-before-1-year-anniversary/ |title=''The Originals''{{'}} Actress Claire Holt's Husband Files for Divorce One Day Before 1-Year Anniversary |work=[[People (magazine)|People]] |first=Natalie |last=Stone |date=[...]



Armband

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Correct the reference for FDR signing image. ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:26, 13 December 2017 Line 45: Line 45:       ==Mourning==   ==Mourning== − In some cultures, a [[black armband]] signifies that the wearer is in [[mourning]] or wishes to identify with the commemoration of a family member, friend, comrade or team member who has died. This use is particularly common in the first meeting following the loss of a member. President [[Franklin D. Roosevelt]] wore a black armband mourning the recent death of his mother at the time he signed the declaration of war against Japan in December 1941.Roosevelt signs declaration of war: http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-JwC7HTVonJI/TlqJjljEvuI/AAAAAAAABb8/UXAKiiTM-no/s1600/Titanic_2099Pyxurz.jpg In [[association football]], it is common for a team to wear black armbands in their next match after the death of a former player or manager. This may also be accompanied by a [[moment of silence]] at the start of the match. + In some cultures, a [[black armband]] signifies that the wearer is in [[mourning]] or wishes to identify with the commemoration of a family member, friend, comrade or team member who has died. This use is particularly common in the first meeting following the loss of a member. President [[Franklin D. Roosevelt]] wore a black armband mourning the recent death of his mother at the time he signed the declaration of war against Japan in December 1941.Roosevelt signs declaration of war: http://docs.fdrlibrary.marist.edu/tmirhdee.html In [[association football]], it is common for a team to wear black armbands in their next match after the death of a former player or manager. This may also be accompanied by a [[moment of silence]] at the start of the match.       The phrase "[[History wars#Black armband debate|black armband view of history]]" was introduced to the Australian political lexicon by conservative historian [[Geoffrey Blainey]] in 1993 to describe views of history which, he believed, posited that "much of Australian history had been a disgrace" and which focused mainly on the treatment of minority groups, especially [[Australian Aborigines|Aborigines]].[http://www.aph.gov.au/library/pubs/RP/1997-98/98rp05.htm M. McKenna, (10 November 1997), Research Paper 5 1997-98: "Different Perspectives on Black Armband History, Parliament of Australia, Parliamentary Library] {{webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20090404113845/http://www.aph.gov.au/library/pubs/RP/1997-98/98rp05.htm |date=4 April 2009 }} The term was used by Prime Minister [[John Howard]], whose perspective on Australian history strongly contrasted with what he called the black armband view.John Howard. [http://www.menzieslecture.org/1996.html The Liberal Tradition: The Beliefs and Values Which Guide the Federal Government], 1996 Sir Robert Menzies Lecture. Sir Robert Menzies Lecture Trust. Retrieved 16 January 2010.   The phrase "[[History wars#Black armband debate|black armband view of history]]" was introduced to the Australian political lexicon by conservative historian [[Geoffrey Blainey]] in 1993 to describe views of history which, he believed, posited that "much of Australian history had been a disgrace" and which focused mainly on the treatment of minority groups, especially [[Australian Aborigines|Aborigines]].[http://www.aph.gov.au/library/pubs/RP/1997-98/98rp05.htm M. McKenna, (10 November 1997), Research Paper 5 1997-98: "Different Perspectives on Black Armband History, Parliament of Australia, Parliamentary Library] {{webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20090404113845/http://www.aph.gov.au/library/pubs/RP/1997-98/[...]



Theodore Olson

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‎Legal career: verb subject agreement; prev sentence is singular group ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:26, 13 December 2017 Line 56: Line 56:   Olson also represented [[New England Patriots]] quarterback [[Tom Brady]] in the [[Deflategate]] scandal,{{cite web|title=Ted Olson Sees Glimmer of Hope For Tom Brady Appeal|url=http://boston.cbslocal.com/2016/05/25/deflategate-tom-brady-lawyer-ted-olson-sees-hope-for-rehearing/|website=CBS|date=25 May 2016|accessdate=7 June 2016}} which ended with Brady electing not to pursue Supreme Court appeal of a four-game suspension.{{cite news|last=Orr|first=Conor|title=Tom Brady won't further pursue suspension appeal|url=http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000674937/article/tom-brady-wont-further-pursue-suspension-appeal|publisher=National Football League|date=July 15, 2016|accessdate=July 15, 2016}}{{cite news|last=Reyes|first=Lorenzo|title=Tom Brady announces he won't fight Deflategate suspension further in court|url=https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nfl/patriots/2016/07/15/tom-brady-deflategate-suspension-new-england/87134710/|newspaper=[[USA Today]]|date=July 15, 2016|accessdate=July 15, 2016}}   Olson also represented [[New England Patriots]] quarterback [[Tom Brady]] in the [[Deflategate]] scandal,{{cite web|title=Ted Olson Sees Glimmer of Hope For Tom Brady Appeal|url=http://boston.cbslocal.com/2016/05/25/deflategate-tom-brady-lawyer-ted-olson-sees-hope-for-rehearing/|website=CBS|date=25 May 2016|accessdate=7 June 2016}} which ended with Brady electing not to pursue Supreme Court appeal of a four-game suspension.{{cite news|last=Orr|first=Conor|title=Tom Brady won't further pursue suspension appeal|url=http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000674937/article/tom-brady-wont-further-pursue-suspension-appeal|publisher=National Football League|date=July 15, 2016|accessdate=July 15, 2016}}{{cite news|last=Reyes|first=Lorenzo|title=Tom Brady announces he won't fight Deflategate suspension further in court|url=https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nfl/patriots/2016/07/15/tom-brady-deflategate-suspension-new-england/87134710/|newspaper=[[USA Today]]|date=July 15, 2016|accessdate=July 15, 2016}}     − Most recently, Olson represents a group of billboard advertisers in a lawsuit against the City of [[San Francisco]]. They are challenging a city law requiring soda companies to include in their advertisements warnings that consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages is associated with serious health risks like diabetes. The suit claims that the law is an unconstitutional restriction on commercial speech. In September 2017, a panel of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals agreed with Olson and provisionally barred the city's mandated warnings.http://cdn.ca9.uscourts.gov/datastore/opinions/2017/09/19/16-16072.pdf + More recently, Olson represents a group of billboard advertisers in a lawsuit against the City of [[San Francisco]]. The group is challenging a city law requiring soda companies to include in their advertisements warnings that consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages is associated with serious health risks like diabetes. The suit claims that the law is an unconstitutional restriction on commercial speech. In September 2017, a panel of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals agreed with Olson and provisionally barred the city's mandated warnings.http://cdn.ca9.uscourts.gov/datastore/opinions/2017/09/19/16-16072.pdf       == Personal life ==   == Personal life == [...]



Elf (film)

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Santana Sage

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'''Eric Jamal Johnson''', known as '''Santana Sage''', is an American rapper that joined a rap group called Daytona Boyz in December 2014 along with {{Tay-K}} and Pimpyz. They made their first song in December 2014, called "Drift". In 2015, they released a song called "Pharmaceutical". On January 5, 2016, he was arrested in {{Yuma, Arizona}} for murder. He had killed a {{University of North Texas}} student named Sara Mutschlechner. He had made his first court appearance on January 7, 2016. On July 31, 2017, he was convicted of the murder and sentenced to 44 years in prison.
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'''Eric Jamal Johnson''', known as '''Santana Sage''', is an American rapper that joined a rap group called Daytona Boyz in December 2014 along with [[Tay-K]] and Pimpyz. They made their first song in December 2014, called "Drift". In 2015, they released a song called "Pharmaceutical". On January 5, 2016, he was arrested in {{Yuma, Arizona}} for murder. He had killed a [[University of North Texas]] student named Sara Mutschlechner. He had made his first court appearance on January 7, 2016. On July 31, 2017, he was convicted of the murder and sentenced to 44 years in prison.



John Howard Mummery

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← Previous revision Revision as of 23:26, 13 December 2017 Line 2: Line 2:   '''John Howard Mummery''', [[Order of the British Empire|CBE]], [[Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons|FRCS]] (18 January 1847 – 30 August 1926) was a British dentist and [[microscopy|microscopist]].   '''John Howard Mummery''', [[Order of the British Empire|CBE]], [[Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons|FRCS]] (18 January 1847 – 30 August 1926) was a British dentist and [[microscopy|microscopist]].     − He was the son of John Rigden Mummery, a dentist, qualified MRCS (Eng) in 1870 and as a dentist in 1873. He joined his father in practise at Cavendish Place in London and became one of the best known dental surgeons of his day, becoming President of the British Dental Association in 1899 and of the F.D.I. in 1914. During World War I, although aged over 70, he was appointed Registrar and Superintendent of the Maxilo-facial Hospital at Kennington. He married Mary Lily Lockhart, the daughter of [[William Lockhart (surgeon)|William Lockhart]] (1811–1897), famed medical missionary and fellow of the [[Royal College of Surgeons of England|Royal College of Surgeons]] (UK). Mummery wrote at least two texts, ''Microanatomy of the Teeth'' (Henry Frowde, Oxford University Press: 1919) and ''Microscopic and General Anatomy of the Teeth: Human and Comparative''. He lived at 79 Albert Bridge Road, [[Wandsworth]], [[London]] at the time the first text was published. + He was the son of John Rigden Mummery, a dentist, qualified MRCS (Eng) in 1870 and as a dentist in 1873. He joined his father in practice at Cavendish Place in London and became one of the best known dental surgeons of his day, becoming President of the British Dental Association in 1899 and of the F.D.I. in 1914. During World War I, although aged over 70, he was appointed Registrar and Superintendent of the Maxillo-facial Hospital at Kennington. He married Mary Lily Lockhart, the daughter of [[William Lockhart (surgeon)|William Lockhart]] (1811–1897), famed medical missionary and fellow of the [[Royal College of Surgeons of England|Royal College of Surgeons]] (UK). Mummery wrote at least two texts, ''Microanatomy of the Teeth'' (Henry Frowde, Oxford University Press: 1919) and ''Microscopic and General Anatomy of the Teeth: Human and Comparative''. He lived at 79 Albert Bridge Road, [[Wandsworth]], [[London]] at the time the first text was published.       His wife, Mary, died from acute [[pneumonia]] on 24 May 1897 at the age of 48 at Whitby. The [[British Dental Association]] presents a Howard Mummery Prize for dental research, which was first awarded to J H Scott in 1963. Mummery died on 30 August 1926, whilst on a visit to [[Cornwall]].[http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v118/n2969/abs/118454b0.html Obituary: Mr. J. H. Mummery, C.B.E.], ''Nature'', 25 September 1926.   His wife, Mary, died from acute [[pneumonia]] on 24 May 1897 at the age of 48 at Whitby. The [[British Dental Association]] presents a Howard Mummery Prize for dental research, which was first awarded to J H Scott in 1963. Mummery died on 30 August 1926, whilst on a visit to [[Cornwall]].[http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v118/n2969/abs/118454b0.html Obituary: Mr. J. H. Mummery, C.B.E.], ''Nature'', 25 September 1926. [...]



Draft:Wine Communicators of Australia

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‎Wine Communicators of Australia: new section ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:26, 13 December 2017 Line 36: Line 36:   == References ==   == References ==   [https://winecommunicators.com.au/about-us/][http://cellaradvocate.com.au/testimonials/wine-communicators-of-australia/][http://winetasmania.com.au/events/event/wine_communicators_australia_webinar_communicators_online][http://andreafrost.com/2013/11/28/wine-communicators-of-australia/][https://www.winecompanion.com.au/news/news-articles/2013/february/philip-laffer-honoured][https://winecommunicators.com.au/awards/legend-of-the-vine/][http://www.drinkscentral.com.au/4751?Article=wine-communicators-australia-announces-2017-communicator-of-the-year][https://winecommunicators.com.au/wine-media-cadetship/][https://winecommunicators.com.au/awards/2017-wine-communicator-of-the-year-awards-nominees/][https://winecommunicators.com.au/about-us/state-chapters/][https://grapegrowerandwinemaker.com/2017/11/02/2017s-best-wine-communicators/][https://travellingcorkscrew.com.au/blog/perth-royal-wine-show-lunch-2014-wine-communicators-australia/][https://www.therealreview.com/2015/10/30/wine-communicators-of-australia-great-debate/]{{reflist}}   [https://winecommunicators.com.au/about-us/][http://cellaradvocate.com.au/testimonials/wine-communicators-of-australia/][http://winetasmania.com.au/events/event/wine_communicators_australia_webinar_communicators_online][http://andreafrost.com/2013/11/28/wine-communicators-of-australia/][https://www.winecompanion.com.au/news/news-articles/2013/february/philip-laffer-honoured][https://winecommunicators.com.au/awards/legend-of-the-vine/][http://www.drinkscentral.com.au/4751?Article=wine-communicators-australia-announces-2017-communicator-of-the-year][https://winecommunicators.com.au/wine-media-cadetship/][https://winecommunicators.com.au/awards/2017-wine-communicator-of-the-year-awards-nominees/][https://winecommunicators.com.au/about-us/state-chapters/][https://grapegrowerandwinemaker.com/2017/11/02/2017s-best-wine-communicators/][https://travellingcorkscrew.com.au/blog/perth-royal-wine-show-lunch-2014-wine-communicators-australia/][https://www.therealreview.com/2015/10/30/wine-communicators-of-australia-great-debate/]{{reflist}}   +   + == Wine Communicators of Australia ==   +   + {{AFC submission|||ts=20171213232631|u=Abby Guo|ns=118}} [...]



Just Room Enough Island

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==History==
The island was bought in the 1950s by the Sizelands' family.
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The island was bought in the 1950s by the Sizelands' family.http://www.urbo.com/content/just-room-enough-island-a-tiny-island-with-a-tree-a-house-and-not-much-else
   
 
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Hāfu

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List of hāfu

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* [[Filthy Frank|Joji Miller]], [[YouTube]] personality and musician.
 
* [[Filthy Frank|Joji Miller]], [[YouTube]] personality and musician.
 
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Talk:Goniurosaurus kwangsiensis

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2017–18 Iran Football's 2nd Division

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‎Group A ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:26, 13 December 2017 Line 137: Line 137:       {{Fb cl header|sort=y}}   {{Fb cl header|sort=y}} − {{Fb cl team |p=1 |t=Bargh Novin |w=12|d=10|l=2 |gf=28|ga=7|bc=#ADFF2F}} + {{Fb cl team |p=1 |t=Arvand Khorramshahr |w=9|d=0|l=3 |gf=24|ga=10|bc=#ADFF2F}}   {{Fb cl2 qr |rows=4 |s=|c= |r=Second Round}}   {{Fb cl2 qr |rows=4 |s=|c= |r=Second Round}} − {{Fb cl team |p=2 |t=Arvand Khorramshahr |w=12|d=9|l=3 |gf=31|ga=16|bc=#ADFF2F}} + {{Fb cl team |p=2 |t= |w=12|d=9|l=3 |gf=31|ga=16|bc=#ADFF2F}} − {{Fb cl team |p=3 |t=Naft Gachsaran |w=12|d=8|l=4 |gf=41|ga=16 |bc=#ADFF2F }} + {{Fb cl team |p=3 |t=Naft Gachsaran |w=12|d=8|l=4 |gf=41|ga=16 |bc=#ADFF2F }}   {{Fb cl team |p=4 |t=Naft Omidiyeh |w=11|d=9|l=4 |gf=33|ga=20|bc=#ADFF2F}}   {{Fb cl team |p=4 |t=Naft Omidiyeh |w=11|d=9|l=4 |gf=33|ga=20|bc=#ADFF2F}}   {{Fb cl team |p=5 |t=Foolad B |w=11|d=8|l=5 |gf=40|ga=23}}   {{Fb cl team |p=5 |t=Foolad B |w=11|d=8|l=5 |gf=40|ga=23}}   {{Fb cl team |p=6 |t=Sepehr Naghshe Jahan |w=10|d=7|l=7 |gf=27|ga=23}}   {{Fb cl team |p=6 |t=Sepehr Naghshe Jahan |w=10|d=7|l=7 |gf=27|ga=23}} − {{Fb cl team |p=7 |t=Kimia Farayand |w=9|d=9|l=6 |gf=37|ga=25 }} + {{Fb cl team |p=7 |t=Qashqai Shiraz |w=4|d=4|l=4 |gf=10|ga=9}}   {{Fb cl team |p=8 |t=Zagros Yasuj |w=9|d=9|l=6 |gf=37|ga=25}}   {{Fb cl team |p=8 |t=Zagros Yasuj |w=9|d=9|l=6 |gf=37|ga=25}} − {{Fb cl team |p=9 |t=Be'sat Kermanshah |w=10|d=4|l=10 |gf=34|ga=35}} + {{Fb cl team |p=9 |t=Be'sat Kermanshah |w=10|d=4|l=10 |gf=34|ga=35}} − {{Fb cl team |p=10 |t=Qashqai Shiraz |w=7|d=7|l=10 |gf=28|ga=28}} + {{Fb cl3 qr |Relegation=y |rows=3 |competition= Relegation to [[2017–18 Iran Football's 3rd Division|2017–18 3rd Division 2nd Stage]] }}   + {{Fb cl team |p=10 |Kimia Farayand |w=9|d=9|l=6 |gf=37|ga=25 }}   + {{Fb cl team |p=11 |t=? |w=6|d=7|l=11 |gf=26|ga=34|bc=#FF6666 }}     − {{Fb cl team |p=11 |t=Sh. Arak |w=6|d=7|l=11 |gf=26|ga=34|bc=#FF6666 }}   − {{Fb cl3 qr |Relegation=y |rows=2 |competition= Relegation to [[2017–18 Iran Football's 3rd Division|2017–18 3rd Division 2nd Stage]] }}   − {{Fb cl team |p=12 |t=Shahbaz Nozhan |w=2|d=1|l=21|gf=12|ga=63|bc=#FF6666 }}   − {{Fb cl team |p=13 |t=Shahre baran Tehran|Shahre Baran Tehran |w=1|d=2|l=21 |gf=8|ga=58|bc=#FF0000 }}   − {{Fb cl3 qr |Relegation=y |rows=1 |competition= Relegation to [[2017–18 Iran Football's 3rd Division|2017–18 3rd Division 1st Stage]] }}     {{Fb cl footer |u=5 May 2017 |s= [http://www.dsport.ir/fa/leagues/3] |nt=|date= May 2017}}   {{Fb cl footer |u=5 May 2017 |s= [http://www.dsport.ir/fa/leagues/3] |nt=|date= May 2017}}     [...]



Magnus Hirschfeld

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‎World Tour: Time in America and Japan ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:26, 13 December 2017 Line 87: Line 87:       ==World Tour==   ==World Tour== − In March 1930 saw the downfall of the Social Democratic chancellor [[Hermann Müller]] and the beginning of "presidential" governments that were responsible only to President [[Paul von Hindenburg]], moving German politics into more much right-wing authoritarian direction. Under the rule of Chancellor [[Heinrich Brüning]] and even so under his successor, [[Franz von Papen]], the state become increasing hostile towards gay rights campaigners like Hirschfeld, who began to spend more and more time abroad.{{sfn|Bauer|2017|p=104}} In 1930, Hirschfeld predicated that there was no future for people like himself in Germany and he would have to move abroad.{{sfn|Bauer|2017|p=104 & 106}} In November 1930, Hirschfeld arrived in New York, ostensibly on a speaking tour about sex, but in fact to see if it was possible for him to settle in the United States.{{sfn|Bauer|2017|p=104}} Significantly, in his speeches on his American tour, Hirschfeld when speaking in German called for the legalization of homosexuality, but when speaking in English did not mention the subject of homosexuality, instead urging Americans to be more open-minded about heterosexual sex.{{sfn|Bauer|2017|p=104=105}} In an interview with the Germanophile American journalist [[George Sylvester Viereck]] for the ''Milwaukee Sentinel'' done in late November 1930 that epitomised his "straight turn" in America, Hirschfeld was presented as a sex expert whose knowledge could improve the sex lives of married American couples.{{sfn|Bauer|2017|p=105}} The ''Milwaukee Sentinel'' was part of the newspaper chain owned by [[William Randolph Hearst]], which initially promoted Hirschfeld in America, reflecting the old adage that "sex sells". In the interview with Viereck, Hirschfeld was presented as the wise "European expert on romantic love" who had come to teach heterosexual American men how to enjoy sex, claiming there was a close connection between sexual and emotional intimacy.{{sfn|Bauer|2017|p=106}} In an second interview with Viereck in February 1931, Hirschfeld was presented by him as the "Einstein of Sex", which was again part of the marketing effort of Hirschfeld's "straight turn" in America.{{sfn|Bauer|2017|p=107}} Unfortunately for Hirschfeld, the Hearst newspapers which specialized in taking a sensationalist, right-wing populist line on the news, dug up his statements in Germany calling for gay rights, causing a sudden shift in tone from more or less friendly to hostile, and which effectively ended any chance of Hirschfeld be allowed to stay in the United States.{{sfn|Bauer|2017|p=107}} + In March 1930 saw the downfall of the Social Democratic chancellor [[Hermann Müller]] and the beginning of "presidential" governments that were responsible only to President [[Paul von Hindenburg]], moving German politics into more much right-wing authoritarian direction. Under the rule of Chancellor [[Heinrich Brüning]] and even so under his successor, [[Franz von Papen]], the state become increasing hostile towards gay rights campaigners like Hirschfeld, who began to spend more and more time abroad.{{sfn|Bauer|2017|p=104}} In 1930, Hirschfeld predicated that there was no future for people like himself in Germany and he would have to move abroad.{{sfn|Bauer|2017|p=104 & 106}} In November 1930, Hirschfeld arrived in New York, ostensibly on a speaking tour about sex, but in fact to see if it was possible for him to sett[...]



Makwan Amirkhani

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Reverted to revision 815184867 by Orenburg1 (talk): Block evasion. (TW) ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:26, 13 December 2017 Line 47: Line 47:   }}   }}     − '''Makwan Amirkhani''' (born November 8, 1988) is a Kurdish [[mixed martial artist]] [http://rudaw.net/mobile/english/kurdistan/210620153 Kurdish MMA fighter 'Mr Finland' Crushes Opponent] by [[Rudaw]], June 20, 2015 competing in the [[Featherweight (MMA)|featherweight]] division of the [[Ultimate Fighting Championship]]. Amirkhani is best known for his first round 8 second knockout on Andy Ogle which is one of the fastest knockouts in UFC history.{{cite web|url=http://www.sherdog.com/fighter/Makwan-Amirkhani-69406 |title=Makwan "Mr. Finland" Amirkhani MMA Stats, Pictures, News, Videos, Biography |publisher=Sherdog.com|accessdate=2015-03-29}} + '''Makwan Amirkhani''' (born November 8, 1988) is an Iranian born Finnish national [[mixed martial artist]] [http://rudaw.net/mobile/english/kurdistan/210620153 Kurdish MMA fighter 'Mr Finland' Crushes Opponent] by [[Rudaw]], June 20, 2015 competing in the [[Featherweight (MMA)|featherweight]] division of the [[Ultimate Fighting Championship]]. Amirkhani is best known for his first round 8 second knockout on Andy Ogle which is one of the fastest knockouts in UFC history.{{cite web|url=http://www.sherdog.com/fighter/Makwan-Amirkhani-69406 |title=Makwan "Mr. Finland" Amirkhani MMA Stats, Pictures, News, Videos, Biography |publisher=Sherdog.com|accessdate=2015-03-29}}       ==Background==   ==Background== [...]



Dirty Water (Status Quo)

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← Previous revision Revision as of 23:26, 13 December 2017 Line 3: Line 3:   | artist = [[Status Quo (band)|Status Quo]]   | artist = [[Status Quo (band)|Status Quo]]   | album = [[Rockin' All Over The World]]   | album = [[Rockin' All Over The World]] − | A-side = [[The Anniversary Waltz]] + | A-side = [[The Anniversary Waltz (Status Quo song)|The Anniversary Waltz]]   | released = 1977   | released = 1977   | genre = [[Rock music|Rock]]   | genre = [[Rock music|Rock]] [...]



European Minigolf Sport Federation

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User talk:Iggy the Swan

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: In real life, I don't drink beer. [[User:Iggy the Swan|Iggy]] ([[User talk:Iggy the Swan#top|talk]]) 11:55, 13 December 2017 (UTC)
 
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Michelle Fischbach

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← Previous revision Revision as of 23:26, 13 December 2017 Line 4: Line 4:   | name = Michelle Fischbach   | name = Michelle Fischbach   | caption =   | caption = − | office=[[List of lieutenant governors of Minnesota|Lieutenant Governor]]-presumptive of [[Minnesota]] + | office=[[List of lieutenant governors of Minnesota|Lieutenant Governor of Minnesota]]
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Kurt Suzuki

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Disambiguating links to Khon (disambiguation) (link changed to KHON-TV) using DisamAssist. ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:26, 13 December 2017 Line 39: Line 39:       ==Early life==   ==Early life== − Suzuki was born to Warren and Kathleen Suzuki in [[Wailuku, Hawaii]] and attended [[Henry Perrine Baldwin High School]] from which he graduated in 2001.{{cite news|last1=DeMello|first1=Rob|title=Hawaii’s Kurt Suzuki named a Major League All Star for the first time in his career|url=http://khon2.com/2014/07/06/hawaiis-kurt-suzuki-named-to-all-star-baseball-team/|accessdate=12 December 2017|publisher=[[KHON]]|date=7 July 2014}} Suzuki was mentored as a youth by Hawaiian MLB scout Walter Isamu Komatsubara.{{cite news|last1=Lewis|first1=Ferd|title=‘Mr. Komatsubara’ would have loved to see Suzuki get his due|url=http://www.staradvertiser.com/2010/07/29/sports/mr-komatsubara-would-have-loved-to-see-suzuki-get-his-due/|accessdate=12 December 2017|work=[[Honolulu Star-Advertiser]]|date=29 July 2010}} He managed only a .328 [[batting average]] as a senior at Baldwin.{{cite news|last1=Campany|first1=Jerry|title=Baldwin alumnus Suzuki living his dream at CWS|url=http://archives.starbulletin.com/2003/06/17/sports/index.html|accessdate=12 December 2017|work=[[Honolulu Star-Bulletin]]|date=June 17, 2003}} + Suzuki was born to Warren and Kathleen Suzuki in [[Wailuku, Hawaii]] and attended [[Henry Perrine Baldwin High School]] from which he graduated in 2001.{{cite news|last1=DeMello|first1=Rob|title=Hawaii’s Kurt Suzuki named a Major League All Star for the first time in his career|url=http://khon2.com/2014/07/06/hawaiis-kurt-suzuki-named-to-all-star-baseball-team/|accessdate=12 December 2017|publisher=[[KHON-TV|KHON]]|date=7 July 2014}} Suzuki was mentored as a youth by Hawaiian MLB scout Walter Isamu Komatsubara.{{cite news|last1=Lewis|first1=Ferd|title=‘Mr. Komatsubara’ would have loved to see Suzuki get his due|url=http://www.staradvertiser.com/2010/07/29/sports/mr-komatsubara-would-have-loved-to-see-suzuki-get-his-due/|accessdate=12 December 2017|work=[[Honolulu Star-Advertiser]]|date=29 July 2010}} He managed only a .328 [[batting average]] as a senior at Baldwin.{{cite news|last1=Campany|first1=Jerry|title=Baldwin alumnus Suzuki living his dream at CWS|url=http://archives.starbulletin.com/2003/06/17/sports/index.html|accessdate=12 December 2017|work=[[Honolulu Star-Bulletin]]|date=June 17, 2003}}       ==College career==   ==College career== [...]



2012 Cork Senior Hurling Championship

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‎Teams ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:26, 13 December 2017 Line 29: Line 29:   [[Carrigtwohill GAA|Carrigtwohill]] were the defending champions, however, they were defeated in the quarter-finals.{{cite web|url=http://munster.gaa.ie/2011/10/02/cork-senior-hurling-championship-final-carrigtwohill-v-cit/|title=93 years in the making: Carrigtwohill’s magical day|publisher=Munster GAA website|date=2 October 2011|accessdate=7 October 2012|first=Fintan|last=O'Toole}} [[Sarsfield's GAA (Cork)|Sarsfield's]] won the title following a 1-15 to 1-13 victory over [[Bishopstown GAA|Bishopstown]] in the final.   [[Carrigtwohill GAA|Carrigtwohill]] were the defending champions, however, they were defeated in the quarter-finals.{{cite web|url=http://munster.gaa.ie/2011/10/02/cork-senior-hurling-championship-final-carrigtwohill-v-cit/|title=93 years in the making: Carrigtwohill’s magical day|publisher=Munster GAA website|date=2 October 2011|accessdate=7 October 2012|first=Fintan|last=O'Toole}} [[Sarsfield's GAA (Cork)|Sarsfield's]] won the title following a 1-15 to 1-13 victory over [[Bishopstown GAA|Bishopstown]] in the final.     − ==Teams==     + ==Team changes==   + ===To Championship===     − All but one of the twenty-five teams from the [[2011 Cork Senior Hurling Championship|2011 championship]] participated in the top tier of Cork hurling in 2012.     + Promoted from the [[Cork Premier Intermediate Hurling Championship]]   + * [[Courcey Rovers GAA|Courcey Rovers]]{{cite web|url=http://www.irishexaminer.com/sport/gaa/clinical-courceys-finally-go-the-distance-170150.html|title=Clinical Courcey’s finally go the distance|publisher=[[Irish Examiner]]|date=10 October 2011|accessdate=7 October 2012|first=Bob|last=Lester}}     − [[Courcey Rovers GAA|Courcey Rovers]], who defeated [[Youghal GAA|Youghal]] by two points in the final of the [[Cork Intermediate Hurling Championship|county premier intermediate championship]] in 2011, gained automatic promotion to the senior championship.{{cite web|url=http://www.irishexaminer.com/sport/gaa/clinical-courceys-finally-go-the-distance-170150.html|title=Clinical Courcey’s finally go the distance|publisher=[[Irish Examiner]]|date=10 October 2011|accessdate=7 October 2012|first=Bob|last=Lester}}     + ===From Championship===     − Similarly, [[Ballinhassig GAA|Ballinhassig]] were defeated by [[Bishopstown GAA|Bishopstown]] by a single point in the 2011 relegation play-off, and were relegated to the premier intermediate grade for 2012.{{cite web|url=http://www.irishexaminer.com/archives/2011/0822/sport/murray-strikes-late-to-save-bishopstown-from-drop-164958.html|title=Murray strikes late to save Bishopstown from drop|publisher=[[Irish Examiner]]|date=22 September 2011|accessdate=7 October 2012|first=Therese|last=O'Callaghan}}     + Relegated to the [[Cork Premier Intermediate Hurling Championship]]   + * [[Ballinhassig GAA|Ballinhassig]]{{cite web|url=http://www.irishexaminer.com/archives/2011/0822/sport/murray-strikes-late-to-save-bishopstown-from-drop-164958.html|title=Mu[...]



Vinnie Paz

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Link to the History of Violence album was incorrect ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:26, 13 December 2017 Line 50: Line 50:   Paz got together members of Army of the Pharaohs to release their second album, ''[[Ritual of Battle]]''. It was released September 21, 2007 on [[Babygrande Records]].{{cite web|url=http://www.in.com/vinnie-paz/biography-280965.html|title=Vinnie on in.com|website=In.com/|accessdate=15 November 2014}} The album's first single was "Bloody Tears", featuring Planetary, Doap Nixon, Demoz, Vinnie Paz and was produced by DJ Kwestion. The song was based on the [[Castlevania]] tune of the same name. {{cite web|url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hOuQnOzmk1E|title=Army of The Pharaohs - "Bloody Tears" [Official Video]|work=YouTube|accessdate=15 November 2014}}   Paz got together members of Army of the Pharaohs to release their second album, ''[[Ritual of Battle]]''. It was released September 21, 2007 on [[Babygrande Records]].{{cite web|url=http://www.in.com/vinnie-paz/biography-280965.html|title=Vinnie on in.com|website=In.com/|accessdate=15 November 2014}} The album's first single was "Bloody Tears", featuring Planetary, Doap Nixon, Demoz, Vinnie Paz and was produced by DJ Kwestion. The song was based on the [[Castlevania]] tune of the same name. {{cite web|url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hOuQnOzmk1E|title=Army of The Pharaohs - "Bloody Tears" [Official Video]|work=YouTube|accessdate=15 November 2014}}     − On November 11, 2008, Jedi Mind Tricks released their sixth studio album, ''[[A History of Violence]]''. The album sold 4,451 units in its first week out.{{cite web|last=Paine |first=Jake |url=http://www.hiphopdx.com/index/news/id.8116/title.hip-hop-album-sales-the-week-ending-11-17-08 |title=Hip Hop Album Sales: The Week Ending 11/17/08 | Get The Latest Hip Hop News, Rap News & Hip Hop Album Sales |publisher=HipHop DX |date=2008-11-19 |accessdate=2011-09-19}} Just like most albums, it was released on [[Babygrande Records]].[http://www.babygrande.com/news.jsp?id=153 Babygrande News] {{webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20081006213900/http://www.babygrande.com/news.jsp?id=153 |date=2008-10-06 }} The album followed multiple summer releases from the Jedi Mind Tricks camp, including the group's first DVD, titled ''Divine Fire: The Story of Jedi Mind Tricks'', and the Vinnie Paz-executive produced projects ''Jedi Mind Tricks presents [[Doap Nixon]]: Sour Diesel'', ''Jedi Mind Tricks presents [[King Syze]]: [[The Labor Union]]'', and ''Jedi Mind Tricks presents [[OuterSpace]]: God's Fury''.[http://www.babygrande.com/news.jsp?id=137 Babygrande Jedi Mind Tricks News] {{webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20080711035722/http://www.babygrande.com/news.jsp?id=137 |date=2008-07-11 }} + On November 11, 2008, Jedi Mind Tricks released their sixth studio album, ''[[A History of Violence (album)]]''. The album sold 4,451 units in its first week out.{{cite web|last=Paine |first=Jake |url=http://www.hiphopdx.com/index/news/id.8116/title.hip-hop-album-sales-the-week-ending-11-17-08 |title=Hip Hop Album Sales: The Week Ending 11/17/08 | Get The Latest Hip Hop News, Rap News & Hip Hop Album[...]



Arthur L. Day Medal

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‎List of winners ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:26, 13 December 2017 Line 35: Line 35:   *1988 [[Claude J. Allègre]]   *1988 [[Claude J. Allègre]]   *1987 [[Don L. Anderson]]   *1987 [[Don L. Anderson]] − *1986 [[E-an Zen]] + *1986 [[E-An Zen]]   *1985 [[Freeman Gilbert]]   *1985 [[Freeman Gilbert]]   *1984 [[Wallace S. Broecker]]   *1984 [[Wallace S. Broecker]] [...]



Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia

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Template:Latest stable software release/Google Chrome

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Updated Android ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:26, 13 December 2017 Line 11: Line 11:       | branch2 = Android   | branch2 = Android − | version2 = 63.0.3239.83 + | version2 = 63.0.3239.107 − | date2 = {{start date and age|2017|12|05}}{{cite web + | date2 = {{start date and age|2017|12|13}}{{cite web   |url=https://omahaproxy.appspot.com/   |url=https://omahaproxy.appspot.com/   |title=Google Chrome   |title=Google Chrome   |work=OmahaProxy CSV Viewer   |work=OmahaProxy CSV Viewer   |publisher=Chromium team   |publisher=Chromium team − }}{{cite web + }}       | branch3 = iOS   | branch3 = iOS [...]



BA&CC

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User:Website Editor

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Ryan McDaniel

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List of association football rivalries

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‎{{flagicon|PRI}} Puerto Rico ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:26, 13 December 2017 Line 689: Line 689:       ==={{flagicon|PRI}} Puerto Rico===   ==={{flagicon|PRI}} Puerto Rico=== − * [[El Clásico Boricua]]: [[Puerto Rico Islanders]] vs. [[Club Atlético River Plate Puerto Rico|River Plate Puerto Rico]]{{cite news | url=http://www.adendi.com/archivo.asp?Xnum=833229&year=2010&mon=12 | title=El nuevo clásico boricua: Islanders vs River Plate PR | publisher=Deportes | date=8 December 2010 | accessdate=25 June 2012}} + * [[Puerto Rico Islanders]] vs. [[Club Atlético River Plate Puerto Rico|River Plate Puerto Rico]]{{cite news | url=http://www.adendi.com/archivo.asp?Xnum=833229&year=2010&mon=12 | title=El nuevo clásico boricua: Islanders vs River Plate PR | publisher=Deportes | date=8 December 2010 | accessdate=25 June 2012}}       ==={{flagicon|SUR}} Suriname===   ==={{flagicon|SUR}} Suriname=== [...]



Talk:Economy of Canada

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‎False advertising language ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:26, 13 December 2017 Line 345: Line 345:   * "highly developed mixed economy" - We have a very stilted economy in favor of a few players and only 3 industries.   * "highly developed mixed economy" - We have a very stilted economy in favor of a few players and only 3 industries.     − * "political institutions, distinct from most other countries in the world" - How distinct. We are roughly similar politically to many developed nations including UK and the US. + * "political institutions, distinct from most other countries in the world" - How distinct. We are roughly similar politically to many developed nations including Australia, New Zealand, UK and even the USA. Much of our political decisions follow the United States, our largest trading partner.   — Preceding [[Wikipedia:Signatures|unsigned]] comment added by [[User:Imseppl|Imseppl]] ([[User talk:Imseppl#top|talk]] • [[Special:Contributions/Imseppl|contribs]]) 22:45, 28 November 2017 (UTC)   — Preceding [[Wikipedia:Signatures|unsigned]] comment added by [[User:Imseppl|Imseppl]] ([[User talk:Imseppl#top|talk]] • [[Special:Contributions/Imseppl|contribs]]) 22:45, 28 November 2017 (UTC) [...]



Al-Ashrafiyya

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add Dauphin ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:26, 13 December 2017 Line 26: Line 26:   The village was depopulated on May 12, 1948 during [[Operation Gideon]]. The village was completely destroyed and the inhabitants fled to [[Jordan]].   The village was depopulated on May 12, 1948 during [[Operation Gideon]]. The village was completely destroyed and the inhabitants fled to [[Jordan]].   ==History==   ==History==   + Just east of the village site, (at 196/208) pottery remains from the [[Byzantine Empire|Byzantine]] era have been found, together with coins dating to the time of [[Justinian I]] (527–565 C.E.).Dauphin, 1992, p. 785   ===British Mandate era===   ===British Mandate era===   In the [[1922 census of Palestine]], conducted by the [[Mandatory Palestine|Mandatory Palestine authorities]], ''Ashrafiyet Kuzma'' had 29 inhabitant; 27 Muslims and 2 Christians, while ''Ashrafiyet Rushdi'' had 7 Muslims; a total of 36 inhabitants.Barron, 1923, Table IX, p. [https://archive.org/stream/PalestineCensus1922/Palestine%20Census%20%281922%29#page/n33/mode/1up 31] The 2 Christians were Roman Catholics.Barron, 1923, Table XV, p. [https://archive.org/stream/PalestineCensus1922/Palestine%20Census%20%281922%29#page/n50/mode/1up 48]   In the [[1922 census of Palestine]], conducted by the [[Mandatory Palestine|Mandatory Palestine authorities]], ''Ashrafiyet Kuzma'' had 29 inhabitant; 27 Muslims and 2 Christians, while ''Ashrafiyet Rushdi'' had 7 Muslims; a total of 36 inhabitants.Barron, 1923, Table IX, p. [https://archive.org/stream/PalestineCensus1922/Palestine%20Census%20%281922%29#page/n33/mode/1up 31] The 2 Christians were Roman Catholics.Barron, 1923, Table XV, p. [https://archive.org/stream/PalestineCensus1922/Palestine%20Census%20%281922%29#page/n50/mode/1up 48] Line 82: Line 83:   {{ref begin}}   {{ref begin}}   *{{cite book | editor =Barron, J. B. | title = Palestine: Report and General Abstracts of the Census of 1922 |url=https://archive.org/details/PalestineCensus1922 |publisher = Government of Palestine | year = 1923}}   *{{cite book | editor =Barron, J. B. | title = Palestine: Report and General Abstracts of the Census of 1922 |url=https://archive.org/details/PalestineCensus1922 |publisher = Government of Palestine | year = 1923}}   + *{{cite book | last= Dauphin |first = Claudine | title = La Palestine byzantine, Peuplement et Populations |url=http://books.google.com/books?id=FC1mAAAAMAAJ |volume = III : Catalogue | series = BAR International Series 726 | year = 1998 | publisher = Archeopress | location = Oxford|language =French|isbn= 0-860549-05-4}}   *{{cite book|title=Village Statistics, April, 1945 |url=http://web.nli.org.il/sites/nli/Hebrew/library/Pages/BookReader.aspx?pid=856390|author=Department of Statistics|year=1945|publisher=Government of Palestine}}   *{{cite book|title=Village Statistics, April, 194[...]



Wikipedia:Arbitration/Requests/Case/Conduct of Mister Wiki editors/Workshop

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‎Salvidrim! and Soetermans did not act independently: ce ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:26, 13 December 2017 Line 351: Line 351:   :::@Tony: Nobody questions that it was coordinated, but "independent" goes to what they were thinking. --[[User:Tryptofish|Tryptofish]] ([[User talk:Tryptofish|talk]]) 23:07, 13 December 2017 (UTC)   :::@Tony: Nobody questions that it was coordinated, but "independent" goes to what they were thinking. --[[User:Tryptofish|Tryptofish]] ([[User talk:Tryptofish|talk]]) 23:07, 13 December 2017 (UTC)   :::{{replyto|TonyBallioni}} "QuidProQuo" is exactly how DYK reviews work, and (at least in the military history project) is done for FA reviews as well (I'll review your article if you review mine). That does not mean the editors doing those reviews not independent of one another. There are many occasions where I've looked at articles/edits as a favour to another editor (often in the form of "I think X about Y, can you take a look and see if you agree?") and other editors have done the same for me - often these requests are made on facebook or by email, this doesn't mean that we are not acting independently of one another. [[User:Thryduulf|Thryduulf]] ([[User talk:Thryduulf|talk]]) 23:14, 13 December 2017 (UTC)   :::{{replyto|TonyBallioni}} "QuidProQuo" is exactly how DYK reviews work, and (at least in the military history project) is done for FA reviews as well (I'll review your article if you review mine). That does not mean the editors doing those reviews not independent of one another. There are many occasions where I've looked at articles/edits as a favour to another editor (often in the form of "I think X about Y, can you take a look and see if you agree?") and other editors have done the same for me - often these requests are made on facebook or by email, this doesn't mean that we are not acting independently of one another. [[User:Thryduulf|Thryduulf]] ([[User talk:Thryduulf|talk]]) 23:14, 13 December 2017 (UTC) − :::{{reply to|TonyBallioni}} "Common sense" is used to justify a lot of bad ideas. It was used heavily in the Manning naming dispute to misgender Manning. Let's just agree that common sense doesn't exist. Now, to the meat of the matter: what you infer is not what everyone else will infer. That's why implied or inferred information is not accepted at Arbcom. We use findings of fact. You can't know the state of their minds of where their values lie. You don't know whether they prioritize Wikipedia over this minor gig, or if this gig is their only source of income and they're desperate to exploit Wikipedia just to eat. You don't know. You seem to be assuming the latter. That is the problem with some of the COI battlemasters here, there is a lot of ABF even from editors who make good faith efforts and mess up.--v/r - [[User:TParis|T]][[User_talk:TParis|P]] 23:26, 13 December 2017 (UTC) + :::{{reply to|TonyBallioni}} "Common sense" is used to justify a lot of bad ideas. It was used heavily in the Manning naming dispute to misgender Manning. Let's just agree that common sense doesn't exi[...]



Machine pistol

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‎Criticisms ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:26, 13 December 2017 Line 75: Line 75:   Machine pistols have long been criticized for their inaccuracy, because their small size makes them difficult to control in fully automatic. In the hands of all but the most expert shooters, machine pistols fired on full-auto tend to rise up during firing. To improve accuracy, most machine pistols are fitted with a shoulder [[stock (firearm)|stock]]. Some, such as the [[Heckler & Koch VP70]], will only fire single rounds unless the stock is attached, because there is a safety mechanism incorporated into the stock. The VP70 introduced a three-round-burst limiter to improve controllability. The [[Beretta 93R]] also uses a shoulder stock, a three-round-burst limiter, and folding forward hand-grip to improve controllability in full automatic mode. The [[MAC-10]] and [[MAC-11]] use suppressors to reduce muzzle climb, while other designs use ported barrels and muzzle brakes.   Machine pistols have long been criticized for their inaccuracy, because their small size makes them difficult to control in fully automatic. In the hands of all but the most expert shooters, machine pistols fired on full-auto tend to rise up during firing. To improve accuracy, most machine pistols are fitted with a shoulder [[stock (firearm)|stock]]. Some, such as the [[Heckler & Koch VP70]], will only fire single rounds unless the stock is attached, because there is a safety mechanism incorporated into the stock. The VP70 introduced a three-round-burst limiter to improve controllability. The [[Beretta 93R]] also uses a shoulder stock, a three-round-burst limiter, and folding forward hand-grip to improve controllability in full automatic mode. The [[MAC-10]] and [[MAC-11]] use suppressors to reduce muzzle climb, while other designs use ported barrels and muzzle brakes.     − [[Gunsite]], a US firearms training facility, decided against teaching machine pistol firing when it was founded in 1976. Facility experts believed that it is "a slob's weapon, useful only by half-trained or poorly motivated troops"; they claimed that the machine pistol "hits no harder than a pistol and is no more portable than a rifle." Nevertheless, even the critics from Gunsite concede that the machine pistol is useful for a few situations, such as boarding an enemy boat in low light or when repelling boarders in a naval situation. Walt Rauch notes that "... despite the 50 to 70 years of bad press that has accrued to the concept of shooting a hand-held machine pistol", in which critics contend that the weapon will "spray bullets indiscriminately all over the area", he believes that the 2000s-era models such as the Glock 18 are controllable and accurate in full-auto shooting.{{cite web|url=http://remtek.com/arms/glock/model/9/18/ |title=GLOCK 18 |publisher=Remtek.com |date= |accessdate=2009-11-05|author =Rauch, Walt}} Leroy Thompson states that "...machine pistols were reasonably good for use from within a vehicle or for issue to VIP [bodyguard] d[...]



Vincent Piazza

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‎Filmography ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:26, 13 December 2017 Line 75: Line 75:   |-   |-   | 2017 || ''[[Never Here]]'' || Andy Williams   | 2017 || ''[[Never Here]]'' || Andy Williams   + |-   + | 2017 || ''[[The Girl Who Invented Kissing]]'' || Jimmy   |-   |-   |}   |} [...]



List of Transformers film series characters

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← Previous revision Revision as of 23:26, 13 December 2017 Line 93: Line 93:   * '''Loader''' is a Decepticon who made a cameo and later killed in the battle of Chicago.   * '''Loader''' is a Decepticon who made a cameo and later killed in the battle of Chicago.   * '''Devcon''' is a quadruped Decepticon in Chicago of ''Dark of the Moon''.{{cite web|url=http://tfwiki.net/wiki/Devcon_(DOTM)|title=Devcon (DOTM)|publisher=|accessdate=30 September 2014}} He is killed by the combined firepower of the Wreckers and NEST soldiers.   * '''Devcon''' is a quadruped Decepticon in Chicago of ''Dark of the Moon''.{{cite web|url=http://tfwiki.net/wiki/Devcon_(DOTM)|title=Devcon (DOTM)|publisher=|accessdate=30 September 2014}} He is killed by the combined firepower of the Wreckers and NEST soldiers. − * '''Watch-bot''' - A small scorpion-like Decepticon spy who transforms into a wristwatch in ''Dark of the Moon'' used by Dylan Gould before it was killed by Sam Witwicky. + * A '''Watch-bot''' is a small scorpion-like Decepticon spy who transforms into a wristwatch in ''Dark of the Moon'' used by Dylan Gould before it was killed by Sam Witwicky.   * The '''KSI Drones''' are the human-made Transformers that were commissioned by Attinger and built by KSI. They have the ability to change their forms molecularly instead of just transforming. They were built with the metal extracted from the remains of the dead Transformers. They were also modeled after both Autobots and Decepticons. They were originally mindless drones remote-controlled by humans, but later were granted autonomy by the Megatron possessed Galvatron, organizing them into a new Decepticon army. They fought in the battle of Hong Kong but were soon destroyed by the Autobots, Cade Yeager and the Dinobots. According to Joshua Joyce, KSI made about fifty molecularly transforming robot.   * The '''KSI Drones''' are the human-made Transformers that were commissioned by Attinger and built by KSI. They have the ability to change their forms molecularly instead of just transforming. They were built with the metal extracted from the remains of the dead Transformers. They were also modeled after both Autobots and Decepticons. They were originally mindless drones remote-controlled by humans, but later were granted autonomy by the Megatron possessed Galvatron, organizing them into a new Decepticon army. They fought in the battle of Hong Kong but were soon destroyed by the Autobots, Cade Yeager and the Dinobots. According to Joshua Joyce, KSI made about fifty molecularly transforming robot. − **'''[[Galvatron#Transformers Cinematic Universe|Galvatron]]''' (voiced by Frank Welker) is a KSI prototype modeled after Optimus Prime, but corrupted and possessed by Megatron in ''Age of Extinction''. In the film, Megatron's mind silently manipulates Joshua Joyce and his creation of the artificial Transformers. Upon learning of Harold Attinger's deal with Lockdown for t[...]



1886 in literature

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‎Births: Polanyi ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:26, 13 December 2017 Line 94: Line 94:   *[[September 8]] – [[Siegfried Sassoon]], English poet and memoirist (died [[1967 in literature|1967]])   *[[September 8]] – [[Siegfried Sassoon]], English poet and memoirist (died [[1967 in literature|1967]])   *[[September 20]] – [[Charles Williams (British writer)|Charles Williams]], English poet, novelist, playwright and theologian (died [[1945 in literature|1945]])   *[[September 20]] – [[Charles Williams (British writer)|Charles Williams]], English poet, novelist, playwright and theologian (died [[1945 in literature|1945]]) − *[[October 4]] – [[Lennox Robinson]], Irish dramatist, poet and theatre producer (died [[1958 in literature|1958]]) + *[[October 4]] – [[Lennox Robinson]], Irish dramatist, poet and theatre producer (died [[1958 in literature|1958]])   + *[[October 25]] – [[Karl Polanyi]] (Károly Polányi), Austro-Hungarian economic historian and social philosopher (died [[1964 in literature|1964]])   *[[November 1]] – [[Hermann Broch]], Austrian Modernist writer (died [[1951 in literature|1951]])   *[[November 1]] – [[Hermann Broch]], Austrian Modernist writer (died [[1951 in literature|1951]])   *[[November 21]] – [[Harold Nicolson]], English author (died [[1968 in literature|1968]])   *[[November 21]] – [[Harold Nicolson]], English author (died [[1968 in literature|1968]]) [...]



Delavine Affair

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ce ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:26, 13 December 2017 Line 21: Line 21:   | language = English   | language = English   }}   }} − '''''The Delavine Affair''''' is a 1954 British [[crime film]] directed by Douglas Peirce and starring [[Peter Reynolds (actor)|Peter Reynolds]], [[Honor Blackman]] and [[Gordon Jackson (actor)|Gordon Jackson]].{{cite web|url=http://ftvdb.bfi.org.uk/sift/title/30979|title=The Delavine Affair (1955)|publisher=}} Its plot concerns a newspapermen who attempts to identify a murderer. It was based on a novel by Robert Chapman.{{cite web|url=https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=Yyqc0Qa6b60C&pg=PA78&lpg=PA78&dq=Winter%20Wears%20a%20Shroud%20by%20Robert%20Chapman&source=bl&ots=K90fxVmZAb&sig=IBaMX6Qfrn0ZOCiJlVMXC7CAzG4&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjMy_-U_vHQAhXGuhQKHeoPB5kQ6AEILTAE#v=onepage&q=Winter%20Wears%20a%20Shroud%20by%20Robert%20Chapman&f=false|title=The Complete Index to Literary Sources in Film|first=Alan|last=Goble|date=1 January 1999|publisher=Walter de Gruyter|via=Google Books}} + '''''The Delavine Affair''''' is a 1954 British [[crime film]] directed by Douglas Peirce and starring [[Peter Reynolds (actor)|Peter Reynolds]], [[Honor Blackman]] and [[Gordon Jackson (actor)|Gordon Jackson]].{{cite web|url=http://ftvdb.bfi.org.uk/sift/title/30979|title=The Delavine Affair (1955)|publisher=}} It was based on a novel by Robert Chapman.{{cite web|url=https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=Yyqc0Qa6b60C&pg=PA78&lpg=PA78&dq=Winter%20Wears%20a%20Shroud%20by%20Robert%20Chapman&source=bl&ots=K90fxVmZAb&sig=IBaMX6Qfrn0ZOCiJlVMXC7CAzG4&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjMy_-U_vHQAhXGuhQKHeoPB5kQ6AEILTAE#v=onepage&q=Winter%20Wears%20a%20Shroud%20by%20Robert%20Chapman&f=false|title=The Complete Index to Literary Sources in Film|first=Alan|last=Goble|date=1 January 1999|publisher=Walter de Gruyter|via=Google Books}}       ==Plot==   ==Plot== − Journalist Rex Banner (Peter Reynolds) with the aid of wife Maxine (Honor Blackman), attempts to track down the crooks behind a jewel robbery; when the criminals frame Rex for their murder of an inadvertent witness. + Journalist Rex Banner (Peter Reynolds), with the aid of his wife Maxine (Honor Blackman), attempts to solve a jewel robbery, but the criminals try to frame Rex for their murder of a witness.       ==Cast==   ==Cast== [...]



It's Such a Small World

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← Previous revision Revision as of 23:26, 13 December 2017 Line 18: Line 18:   | Certification =   | Certification =   | Misc = {{Extra chronology   | Misc = {{Extra chronology − | Artist = Rodney Crowell + | Artist = [[Rodney Crowell]]   | Type = single   | Type = single   | Last single = "Looking for You"
(1987)   | Last single = "Looking for You"
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(1987)   | Last single = "[[Tennessee Flat Top Box]]"
(1987) [...]



Just Room Enough Island

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'''Just Room Enough Island''' is the smallest habited island, located in the [[Thousand Islands]] chain. The island appears to be around 3,300 square feet, or about one-thirteenth of an acre.https://www.msn.com/en-us/travel/news/worlds-smallest-inhabited-island-is-about-the-size-of-a-tennis-court/ar-BBGB7Ao?li=BBmkt5R&ocid=spartanntp

==History==
The island was bought in the 1950s by the Sizelands' family.

==References==
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RS McColl

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← Previous revision Revision as of 23:26, 13 December 2017 Line 16: Line 16:       RS McColl is a trading name of [[McColls Retail Group]], It has been a prominent Scottish confectioner and newsagent and has been owned in the past by Cadburys and the Southland Corporation of America ([[7-Eleven]]).   RS McColl is a trading name of [[McColls Retail Group]], It has been a prominent Scottish confectioner and newsagent and has been owned in the past by Cadburys and the Southland Corporation of America ([[7-Eleven]]).   +   + On April 30th, 1964, the day after [[The Beatles]] played at the [[ABC Cinema]] in Lothian Road, Edinburgh, [[John Lennon]], who had stayed overnight with his cousin Stan Parkes at his home in [[Currie]], rather than in a hotel, walked into the Currie branch of RS McColl's to buy some cigarettes. The shop assistant, on looking up to see who'd come into the shop, fainted, according to Parkes.       ==Business background and history==   ==Business background and history== [...]



Chuck Pfarrer

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‎Military ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:26, 13 December 2017 Line 28: Line 28:       === Military ===   === Military === − Pfarrer went through [[United States Navy SEAL selection and training|Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL training]] (BUD/S) class 114 in September 1981 at Coronado, Ca and spent seven years as a [[United States Navy SEALs|Navy SEAL]]. His initial assignment was to UDT 21, redesignated as Seal Team FOUR in 1983 where he deployed as a military advisor in [[Central America]], trained NATO forces in Europe and the Mediterranean, and undertook duties in the Middle East, notably in [[Lebanon]] during the [[Lebanese Civil War]]. As SEAL Assistant Platoon commander assigned to the Multi-National Peacekeeping Force, he witnessed the [[1983 Marine barracks bombing]] in [[Beirut]]. In September 1984, Pfarrer reported to [[SEAL Team SIX]] in Damneck, Va to begin an eight month selection and training course to become a counterterrorist operator. In October 1983, Pfarrer was one of the SEAL Team assault leaders responsible for the apprehension of [[Abu Abbas]] and the hijackers of the cruise ship ''[[MS Achille Lauro|Achille Lauro]]''. Pfarrer ended his naval service in 1987 as Assault Element Commander at the [[United States Naval Special Warfare Development Group]] (DEVGRU), formerly known as SEAL Team 6.{{cite book|last=Mann|first=Don|title=Inside SEAL Team Six: My Life and Missions with America's Elite Warriors|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=IsNhDI7alVYC|date=28 November 2011|publisher=Little, Brown|isbn=978-0-316-20429-3|page=218}} + Pfarrer went through [[United States Navy SEAL selection and training|Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL training]] (BUD/S) class 114 in September 1981 at Coronado, Ca and spent seven years as a [[United States Navy SEALs|Navy SEAL]]. His initial assignment was to UDT 21, redesignated as Seal Team FOUR in 1983 where he deployed as a military advisor in [[Central America]], trained NATO forces in Europe and the Mediterranean, and undertook duties in the Middle East, notably in [[Lebanon]] during the [[Lebanese Civil War]]. As SEAL Assistant Platoon commander assigned to the Multi-National Peacekeeping Force, he witnessed the [[1983 Marine barracks bombing]] in [[Beirut]]. In September 1984, Pfarrer reported to [[SEAL Team SIX]] in Damneck, Va to begin an eight month selection and training course to become a counterterrorist operator. In October 1985, Pfarrer was one of the SEAL Team assault leaders responsible for the apprehension of [[Abu Abbas]] and the hijackers of the cruise ship ''[[MS Achille Lauro|Achille Lauro]]''. Pfarrer ended his naval service in 1987 as Assault Element Commander at the [[United States Naval Special Warfare Development Group]] (D[...]



Wikipedia:Administrator intervention against vandalism

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Luke Gregerson

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uniform ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:26, 13 December 2017 Line 7: Line 7:   |caption = Gregerson with the [[2017 Houston Astros season|Astros in 2017]]   |caption = Gregerson with the [[2017 Houston Astros season|Astros in 2017]]   |team = St. Louis Cardinals   |team = St. Louis Cardinals − |number = + |number = 44   |position = [[Relief pitcher]]   |position = [[Relief pitcher]]   |birth_date = {{Birth date and age|1984|5|14}}   |birth_date = {{Birth date and age|1984|5|14}} [...]



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Doug Jones (politician)

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Filled in 0 bare reference(s) with reFill () ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:26, 13 December 2017 Line 56: Line 56:   In May 2017, Jones announced his candidacy for that year's [[United States Senate special election in Alabama, 2017|U.S. Senate special election]], running for the seat left open when [[Jeff Sessions]] was appointed as [[Attorney General of the United States|Attorney General]]. When Democrat [[Howell Heflin]] chose not to run for re-election as US Senator in 1996, Republican Sessions won the seat and had kept it through three re-elections.{{Cite news |url=http://www.al.com/news/index.ssf/2017/05/doug_jones_announces_run_for_u.html|title=Doug Jones announces run for US Senate |newspaper=[[The Birmingham News]] |date=May 10, 2017|accessdate=May 10, 2017|first=Jeremy|last=Gray}}   In May 2017, Jones announced his candidacy for that year's [[United States Senate special election in Alabama, 2017|U.S. Senate special election]], running for the seat left open when [[Jeff Sessions]] was appointed as [[Attorney General of the United States|Attorney General]]. When Democrat [[Howell Heflin]] chose not to run for re-election as US Senator in 1996, Republican Sessions won the seat and had kept it through three re-elections.{{Cite news |url=http://www.al.com/news/index.ssf/2017/05/doug_jones_announces_run_for_u.html|title=Doug Jones announces run for US Senate |newspaper=[[The Birmingham News]] |date=May 10, 2017|accessdate=May 10, 2017|first=Jeremy|last=Gray}}     − Jones won the Democratic nomination in August, and became the Senator-elect for Alabama after defeating [[Roy Moore]] in the general election on December 12, 2017.{{cite news |last1=Bloch|first1=Matthew|last2=Lee|first2=Jasmine|url=https://www.nytimes.com/elections/results/alabama-senate-special-election-primary|title=Alabama Election Results: Two Republicans Advance, Democrat Wins in U.S. Senate Primaries|work=[[The New York Times]]|date=August 15, 2017|accessdate=August 15, 2017}} He will serve until January 2021, the balance of Sessions' term. + Jones won the Democratic nomination in August, and became the Senator-elect for Alabama after defeating [[Roy Moore]] in the general election on December 12, 2017.{{cite news |last1=Bloch|first1=Matthew|last2=Lee|first2=Jasmine|url=https://www.nytimes.com/elections/results/alabama-senate-special-election-primary|title=Alabama Election Results: Two Republicans Advance, Democrat Wins in U.S. Senate Primaries|work=[[The New York Times]]|date=August 15, 2017|accessdate=August 15, 2017}} He will serve until Januar[...]



Wikipedia:Administrator intervention against vandalism

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Reporting 100.15.47.164. (TW) ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:26, 13 December 2017 Line 30: Line 30:   *{{IPvandal|42.115.178.150}} – Block evasion of [[user:jeffman12345]]. [[User:CLCStudent|CLCStudent]] ([[User talk:CLCStudent|talk]]) 23:24, 13 December 2017 (UTC)   *{{IPvandal|42.115.178.150}} – Block evasion of [[user:jeffman12345]]. [[User:CLCStudent|CLCStudent]] ([[User talk:CLCStudent|talk]]) 23:24, 13 December 2017 (UTC)   *{{vandal|Gyropouch488}} – Obvious sockpuppet of [[Special:Contributions/SuperPassword]] and [[Special:Contributions/EbenezerStooge1]]. Targets pages relating to [[Alan Jackson]]. [[User:Caldorwards4|Caldorwards4]] ([[User talk:Caldorwards4|talk]]) 23:25, 13 December 2017 (UTC)   *{{vandal|Gyropouch488}} – Obvious sockpuppet of [[Special:Contributions/SuperPassword]] and [[Special:Contributions/EbenezerStooge1]]. Targets pages relating to [[Alan Jackson]]. [[User:Caldorwards4|Caldorwards4]] ([[User talk:Caldorwards4|talk]]) 23:25, 13 December 2017 (UTC)   + *{{IPvandal|100.15.47.164}} – On [[Ariana (name)]]:. Vandalism-only account, continues with logged-in {{User:AriannaisaFOOL}}. [[User:JesseRafe|JesseRafe]] ([[User talk:JesseRafe|talk]]) 23:26, 13 December 2017 (UTC) [...]



Dreidel

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Typo ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:26, 13 December 2017 Line 27: Line 27:   In the lexicon of [[Ashkenazi Jews]] from [[Udmurtia]] and [[Tatarstan]] the local historian A.V. Altyntsev was fixed several other appellations of a dreidel such as "volchok", "khanuke-volchok", "fargl", "varfl", "dzihe" and "zabavke".Altyntsev A.V., "The Concept of Love in Ashkenazim of Udmurtia and Tatarstan", Nauka Udmurtii. 2013. № 4 (66), p. 130. (Алтынцев А.В., [http://snioo.ru/images/stories/nu-print/nu4662013.pdf "Чувство любви в понимании евреев-ашкенази Удмуртии и Татарстана".] Наука Удмуртии. 2013. №4. С. 130: Комментарии.) {{ru icon}}   In the lexicon of [[Ashkenazi Jews]] from [[Udmurtia]] and [[Tatarstan]] the local historian A.V. Altyntsev was fixed several other appellations of a dreidel such as "volchok", "khanuke-volchok", "fargl", "varfl", "dzihe" and "zabavke".Altyntsev A.V., "The Concept of Love in Ashkenazim of Udmurtia and Tatarstan", Nauka Udmurtii. 2013. № 4 (66), p. 130. (Алтынцев А.В., [http://snioo.ru/images/stories/nu-print/nu4662013.pdf "Чувство любви в понимании евреев-ашкенази Удмуртии и Татарстана".] Наука Удмуртии. 2013. №4. С. 130: Комментарии.) {{ru icon}}     − ==Symbolism==     + eip − Some rabbis ascribe symbolic significance to the markings on the dreidel. One commentary, for example, connects the four letters with the four nations to which the House of Judah was historically subject—[[Babylonia]], [[Persia]], [[Seleucid Empire]] and [[Ancient Rome|Rome]].{{cite web|last=Yaakov |first=Rabbi |url=http://www.ohr.org.il/yhiy/article.php/1309 |title=Secret of the Dreidel |publisher=Ohr.org.il |date= |accessdate=2011-12-23}} While not mandated (a [[mitzvah]]) for Hanukkah (the only tradition ''{{lang|he-Latn|mitzvot}}'' are lighting candles and saying the full [[hallel]]), spinning the dreidel is a traditional game played during the holiday.[http://www.ny1.com/content/top_stories/55918/brooklyn-man-wins-dreidel-spinning-contest Brooklyn Man Wins Dreidel Spinning Contest] {{webarchive |url=https://web.archive.org/web/20130523082110/http://www.ny1.com/content/top_stories/55918/brooklyn-man-wins-dreidel-spinning-contest |date=May 23, 2013 }}         ==Rules of the game==   ==Rules of the game== [...]



History of Jamestown, Virginia (1607–99)

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Reverting possible vandalism by Youngadin to version by Theinstantmatrix. Report False Positive? Thanks, ClueBot NG. (3222212) (Bot) ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:26, 13 December 2017 Line 14: Line 14:   [[File:JamestownMarkerA.jpg|right|thumb|200px|Map in Marker in Puerto Rico's which traces the routes taken by the Godspeed, Susan Constant and the Discovery and which commemorates their stopping in Puerto Rico from April 5–10, 1607 on their way to Virginia.]]   [[File:JamestownMarkerA.jpg|right|thumb|200px|Map in Marker in Puerto Rico's which traces the routes taken by the Godspeed, Susan Constant and the Discovery and which commemorates their stopping in Puerto Rico from April 5–10, 1607 on their way to Virginia.]]   {{History of Virginia}}   {{History of Virginia}} − After the expedition arrived in what is now Virginia, sealed orders fr[[Virginia Company]] were opened. These orders named [[Captain John Smith]] as a member of the governing Council. Smith had been arrested for mutiny during the voyage and was incarcerated aboard one of the ships. He had been scheduled to be hanged upon arrival, but was freed by Captain Newport after the opening of the orders. The same orders also directed the expedition to seek an inland site for their settlement, which would afford protection from enemy ships. + After the expedition arrived in what is now Virginia, sealed orders from the [[Virginia Company]] were opened. These orders named [[Captain John Smith]] as a member of the governing Council. Smith had been arrested for mutiny during the voyage and was incarcerated aboard one of the ships. He had been scheduled to be hanged upon arrival, but was freed by Captain Newport after the opening of the orders. The same orders also directed the expedition to seek an inland site for their settlement, which would afford protection from enemy ships.     − Obedient to their orders, the settlers and crewmembers re-boarded their three ships and proceeded into the [[Chesapeake Bay]]. They landed again at what is now called [[Old Point Comfort]] in the [[Hampton, Virginia|City of Hampton]]. In the following days, seeking a suitable location for their settlement, the ships ventured upstream along the [[James River]]. Both the James River and the settlement they sought to establish, [[Jamestown Settlement|Jamestown]] (originally called "James His Towne") were named in honor of [[James I of England|King James I]].This is all fake. DO NOT listen to Wikipedia. If you want actual information about Jamestown go to YouTube google Nightmare at Jamestown the video is 45 minutes and 45 seconds long. Yes [...]