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User:Thomascharlesbridges/sandbox

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← Previous revision Revision as of 13:44, 29 March 2017 Line 1: Line 1:   {{User sandbox}}   {{User sandbox}}       + Developer(s)   + Neon Creative Technology Ltd   + Written in   + Ruby on Rails, Javascript, JQuery, Backbone   + Operating system   + Browser-based, cross platform   + Type   + Subtitle (captioning)   + License   + Commercial license   + Website   + captionhub.com   +   + CaptionHub is a commercial cross-platform caption and subtitle editing program. It is browser based, and has built-in tools for quality control and validation. It makes extensive use of speech recognition [wiki link] to assist and speed up the process of captioning and subtitling.   +   +   + Browser-based   + CaptionHub is a web application[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_application] that works in most modern web browsers[ref]. It has a rich HTML 5 timeline editor and collaborative workflow tools, allowing individuals and teams to create original captions, and to manage the subtitle translation process.   +   + Being based in the cloud is advantageous for large teams, working in multiple time zones. It is also very useful for version control: everything is only ever in one place, and changes are logged. Multiple people can log onto the same project and work on it alongside other users.   +   + Quality control   + Captions and subtitles are often created to a specification. For example, many broadcasters will stipulate a minimum duration that captions must appear on screen. CaptionHub continually analyses captions, and warns the user if any specification limits have been breached.   +   + Subtitle validation   + For subtitle translation, users can be assigned viewing rights or editing rights for a particular video. At any one time, many people can have viewing rights, but only one person can have editing rights. Viewing rights can be transferred between users   +   + Speech recognition   + CaptionHub makes use of speech recognition to analyse the audio, and return an original language transcript. This transcript is then processed by CaptionHub in order to create automatically generated captions, timed alongside the video. Furthermore, if a transcript is supplied, then CaptionHub can use speech recognition to align that transcript with the video. In both instances, CaptionHub attempts to split up captions in the same way that a human would. For example, it won’t end captions on a conjunction.   +   + with caption breaks or align and a rich HTML 5 editor for fine tuning   +   + Features   + Output formats   +   +   +   + See also   + Subtitle Editor   + Subtitle (captioning) [...]



Wikipedia:Reference desk/Computing

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‎Phone wi-fi connection going dormant after a while? ← Previous revision Revision as of 13:44, 29 March 2017 Line 340: Line 340:   :Many companies, like restaurants, hotels, supermarkets, car parks, etc., offer free wifi. But of course nothing is free of charge and unlimited at the same time. Most free wifi networks have time or bandwith limits, or both. A free lunch just doesn't exist. [[User:Jahoe|Jahoe]] ([[User talk:Jahoe|talk]]) 19:39, 28 March 2017 (UTC)   :Many companies, like restaurants, hotels, supermarkets, car parks, etc., offer free wifi. But of course nothing is free of charge and unlimited at the same time. Most free wifi networks have time or bandwith limits, or both. A free lunch just doesn't exist. [[User:Jahoe|Jahoe]] ([[User talk:Jahoe|talk]]) 19:39, 28 March 2017 (UTC)   :Honestly, that sounds like an issue with your phone. You should be getting notifications even while connected to wifi. I don't know if there's a setting that can be changed, or if something's broken, but it certainly doesn't sound like normal phone behavior. (My current phone, which is a knockoff of the galaxy called the ZTE Lever doesn't do that, nor did my Galaxy S2 when I had that one). [[User:MjolnirPants|'''ᛗᛁᛟᛚᚾᛁᚱPants''']] [[User_talk:MjolnirPants|Tell me all about it.]] 19:47, 28 March 2017 (UTC)   :Honestly, that sounds like an issue with your phone. You should be getting notifications even while connected to wifi. I don't know if there's a setting that can be changed, or if something's broken, but it certainly doesn't sound like normal phone behavior. (My current phone, which is a knockoff of the galaxy called the ZTE Lever doesn't do that, nor did my Galaxy S2 when I had that one). [[User:MjolnirPants|'''ᛗᛁᛟᛚᚾᛁᚱPants''']] [[User_talk:MjolnirPants|Tell me all about it.]] 19:47, 28 March 2017 (UTC)   + :Googling ''samsung wifi disconnecting'' finds a suggestion to turn off the setting Settings > Network Connections > Wi-Fi > Smart Network Switch. Try if that helps. [[Special:Contributions/91.155.195.247|91.155.195.247]] ([[User talk:91.155.195.247|talk]]) 13:44, 29 March 2017 (UTC) [...]



Henry Wynkoop

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Methodism

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← Previous revision Revision as of 13:44, 29 March 2017 Line 7: Line 7:   [[Wesleyanism|Wesley's theology]] focused on [[sanctification]] and the effect of faith on the character of a [[Christian]]. Distinguishing Methodist [[doctrine]]s include an [[Assurance (theology)|assurance of salvation]], [[imparted righteousness]], the possibility of [[Christian perfection|perfection in love]], the [[works of piety]] and the [[Prima scriptura#Wesleyan Methodism|primacy of Scripture]]. Most Methodists teach that [[Jesus in Christianity|Jesus Christ]], the [[Son of God (Christianity)|Son of God]], [[Unlimited atonement|died for all of humanity]] and that [[Salvation in Christianity|salvation]] is available for all; in theology, this view is known as [[Arminianism#Wesleyan Arminianism|Arminianism]].{{#tag:ref||group="nb"|name="Arminianism"}} This teaching rejects the [[Calvinist]] position that God has [[predestination|pre-ordained]] the salvation of a [[Election (Christianity)|select group]] of people. However, Whitefield and several others were considered [[Calvinistic Methodists]] and held to the latter position. Methodism emphasises [[charity (virtue)|charity]] and support for the sick, the poor and the afflicted through the [[works of mercy]].{{cite web|title=Wesley on Social Holiness|url=http://www.methodist.org.uk/downloads/wc_Eur_John_Mcmaster_Wesley_on_Social_Holiness.pdf|publisher=The Methodist Church in Britain|accessdate=18 October 2016}} These ideals are put into practice by the establishment of hospitals, orphanages, soup kitchens and schools to follow Christ's command to [[evangelism|spread]] the [[the gospel|gospel]] and serve all people.{{cite book|url = https://books.google.com/books?id=0qKNkgSKPXsC&pg=PA290&dq=wesleyan+christian+church+hospitals+schools+orphanages+universities+serve+others#v=onepage&q&f=false|title =Models for Christian Higher Education: Strategies for Survival and Success in the Twenty-First Century|publisher = [[William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company]]|quote=Wesleyan institutions, whether hospitals, orphanages, soup kitchens or schools, historically were begun with the spirit to serve all people and to transform society.|accessdate = 18 October 2007}}   [[Wesleyanism|Wesley's theology]] focused on [[sanctification]] and the effect of faith on the character of a [[Christian]]. Distinguishing Methodist [[doctrine]]s include an [[Assurance (theology)|assurance of salvation]], [[imparted righteousness]], the possibility of [[Christian perfection|perfection in love]], the [[works of piety]] and the [[Prima scriptura#Wesleyan Methodism|primacy of Scripture]]. Most Methodists teach that [[Jesus in Christianity|Jesus Christ]], the [[Son of God (Christianity)|Son of God]], [[Unlimited atonement|died for all of humanity]] and that [[Salvation in Christianity|salvation]] is available for all; in theology, this view is known as [[Arminianism#Wesleyan Arminianism|Arminianism]].{{#tag:ref||group="nb"|name="Arminianism"}} This teaching rejects the [[Calvinist]] position that God has [[predestination|pre-ordained]] the salvation of a [[Election (Christianity)|select group]] of people. However, Whitefield and several others were considered [[Calvinistic Methodists]] and held to the latter position. Methodism emphasises [[charity (virtue)|charity]] and support for the sick, the poor and the afflicted through the [[works of mercy]].{{cite web|title=Wesley on Social Holiness|url=http://www.methodist.org.uk/downloads/wc_Eur_John_Mcmaster_Wesley_on_Social_Holiness.pdf|publisher=The Methodist Church in Britain|accessdate=18 October 2016}} These ideals are put into practice by the establishment of hospitals, orphanages, soup kitchens and schools to follow Christ's[...]



The Moon and the Nightspirit

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Discography

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* ''Mohalepte'' (2011)
 
* ''Mohalepte'' (2011)
 
* ''Holdrejtek'' (2014)
 
* ''Holdrejtek'' (2014)
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* ''Metanoia'' (2017)
   
 
==References==
 
==References==



Draft:Brent van Staalduinen

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‎Writing career ← Previous revision Revision as of 13:44, 29 March 2017 Line 23: Line 23:       ==Writing career==   ==Writing career== − van Staalduinen is the author of ''SAINTS, UNEXPECTED'', an urban novel of magical realism, published in 2016 by [http://invisiblepublishing.com/product/saints-unexpected/ Invisible Publishing]http://invisiblepublishing.com/product/saints-unexpected/ Invisible Publishing. Set in the downtown of post-industrial Hamilton, Ontario, the novel is a study in the contrasts that emerge in a recovering urban environment, from the horrors of addiction and poverty to the restorative nature of community and familyhttp://www.brentvanstaalduinen.com/saints.html. The premise of the novel is retrospective: Mutton, the narrator and protagonist, is looking back on her fifteenth summer, and deciding if the story is hers to tell, if now is the time to tell it, and indeed whether it should be told at all. Her family runs "Second Chances," a small secondhand store with a magic secret—when the store is robbed one summer morning and the thief runs off with an item he isn't meant to have, Mutton and her family are launched into a summer of tragedy and change for her and her small family. + van Staalduinen is the author of ''SAINTS, UNEXPECTED'', an urban novel of magical realism, published in 2016 by [http://invisiblepublishing.com/product/saints-unexpected/ Invisible Publishing]http://invisiblepublishing.com/product/saints-unexpected/ Invisible Publishing. Set in the downtown of post-industrial Hamilton, Ontario, the novel is a study in the contrasts that emerge in a recovering urban environment, from the horrors of addiction and poverty to the restorative nature of community and familyhttp://www.brentvanstaalduinen.com/saints.html. The premise of the novel is retrospective: Mutton, the narrator and protagonist, is looking back on her fifteenth summer, and deciding if the story is hers to tell, if now is the time to tell it, and indeed whether it should be told at all. Her family runs "Second Chances," a small secondhand store with a magic secret—when the store is robbed one summer morning and the thief runs off with an item he isn't meant to have, Mutton and her family are launched into a summer of tragedy and change.       van Staalduinen's other work has also appeared in ''[[The Writer]]http://www.writermag.com/2017/03/03/fiction-pieces-echo/'', ''[[The Fiddlehead]]'', ''[[The New Quarterly]]'', ''[[The Sycamore Review]]'', ''[[Prairie Fire]]'', ''EVENT Magazine'', ''[[Riddle Fence]]'', ''[[subTerrain]]'', ''[[The Dalhousie Review]]'', ''[[The Puritan]]http://puritan-magazine.com/washed-brent-van-staalduinen/'', ''[[The Prairie Journal]]http://www.prairiejournal.org/stories.html'', ''Hamilton Magazine'', ''[[Litro]]https://www.litro.co.uk/2014/12/the-heat-comes-early-this-year/'', ''[[The Banner (magazine)]]http://www.thebanner.org/departments/2011/04/mash-allah-whatever-the-will-of-god'' ''The Relief Journalhttps://www.reliefjournal.com/relief-journal/2016/08/10/rattle-quiet-meditation?rq=rattle'', ''Bizhttp://www.bizmagazine.ca/sitepages/?aid=7144&cn=FEATURES&an=The%20Bean%20Counters%20%7C%20Q4%202012'', ''Urban Graffiti'', ''The Nottingham Reviewhttp://www.thenottinghamreview.com/issue-2/brent-van-staalduinen-the-math'', ''The New Guard Literary Review'', ''Agnes & Truehttp://agnesandtrue.com/bloom/'', and ''[[The Storyteller]]''. His stories have been twice nominated for the McClelland and Stewart Journey Prize, twice longliste[...]



2016–17 Scottish League One

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‎Top scorers ← Previous revision Revision as of 13:44, 29 March 2017 Line 578: Line 578:   ===Scoring===   ===Scoring===   ====Top scorers====   ====Top scorers==== − {{updated|matches played on 21 March 2017}} + {{updated|matches played on 28 March 2017}}       {| class="wikitable" style="text-align:center"   {| class="wikitable" style="text-align:center" Line 595: Line 595:   |align="left"|{{flagicon|SCO}} [[Andy Ryan]]   |align="left"|{{flagicon|SCO}} [[Andy Ryan]]   |align="left"|[[Airdrieonians F.C.|Airdrieonians]]   |align="left"|[[Airdrieonians F.C.|Airdrieonians]] − |16 + |17   |-   |- − |rowspan="2"|3 + |rowspan="3"|3   |align="left"|{{flagicon|SCO}} [[Iain Russell]]   |align="left"|{{flagicon|SCO}} [[Iain Russell]]   |align="left"|[[Airdrieonians F.C.|Airdrieonians]]   |align="left"|[[Airdrieonians F.C.|Airdrieonians]] − |rowspan="2"|14 + |rowspan="3"|14   |-   |-   |align="left"|{{flagicon|SCO}} [[Greig Spence]]   |align="left"|{{flagicon|SCO}} [[Greig Spence]]   |align="left"|[[Alloa Athletic F.C.|Alloa Athletic]]   |align="left"|[[Alloa Athletic F.C.|Alloa Athletic]]   |-   |- − |5     |align="left"|{{flagicon|SCO}} [[Rory McAllister (footballer)|Rory McAllister]]   |align="left"|{{flagicon|SCO}} [[Rory McAllister (footballer)|Rory McAllister]]   |align="left"|[[Peterhead F.C.|Peterhead]]   |align="left"|[[Peterhead F.C.|Peterhead]] − |13     |-   |- − |6 + |rowspan="5"|6   + |align="left"|{{flagicon|SCO}} Ross Stewart   + |align="left"|[[Albion Rovers F.C.|Albion Rovers]]   + |rowspan="5"|12   + |-   |align="left"|{{flagicon|SCO}} [[Jordan Kirkpatrick]]   |align="left"|{{flagicon|SCO}} [[Jordan Kirkpatrick]]   |align="left"|[[Alloa Athletic F.C.|Alloa Athletic]]   |align="left"|[[Alloa Athletic F.C.|Alloa Athletic]] − |12     |-   |- − |rowspan="2"|7     |align="left"|{{flagicon|IRL}} [[Andy Jackson (footballer, born 1988)|Andy Jackson]]   |align="left"|{{flagicon|IRL}} [[Andy Jackson (footballer, born 1988)|Andy Jackson]]   |align="left"|[[Brechin City F.C.|Brechin City]]   |align="left"|[[Brechin City F.C.|Brechin City]] − |rowspan="2"|11   − |-   − |align="left"|{{flagicon|SCO}} [[Craig Malcolm]]   − |align="left"|[[Stranraer F.C.|Stranraer]]   − |-   − |rowspan="2"|9   − |align="left"|{{flagicon|SCO}} Ross Stewart   − |align="left"|[[Albion Rovers F.C.|Albion Rovers]]   − |rowspan="2"|10     |-   |-   |align="left"|{{flagicon|SCO}} [[Danny Mullen]]   |align="left"|{{flagicon|SCO}} [[Danny Mullen]]   |align="left"|[[Livingston F.C.|Livingston]]   |align="left"|[[Livingston F.C.|Livingston]]   + |-   + |align="left"|{{flagicon|SCO}} [[Craig Malcolm]]   + |align="left"|[[Stranraer F.C.|Stranraer]]   |}   |}     [...]



User:Snakewit

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Snakewit is an Irish youtuber with 95+ subscribers on his main channel. And 25+ subscribers on his second channel. (snakewitgames) He was born on the 31st of October in 2004.
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Snakewit is an Irish youtuber with 95+ subscribers on his main channel. And 20+ subscribers on his second channel. (snakewitgames) He was born on the 31st of October in 2004.His most popular video is titled: CRAZY WONDERKID GLITCH! OMFG!! |FIFA 17 CAREER MODE.



User:НиколаСРЕМ

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User account НиколаСРЕМ was created




Jebrael Nokandeh

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← Previous revision Revision as of 13:44, 29 March 2017 Line 44: Line 44:   |website = http://nmi.ichto.ir/   |website = http://nmi.ichto.ir/   }}   }} − Jebrael Nokandeh is archaeologist and director of National Museum of Iran + Jebrael Nokandeh (Persian:جبرئیل نوکنده) is archaeologist and director of National Museum of Iran       ==Career==   ==Career== − Jebrael Nokandeh[http://www.honarnews.com/images/docs/000083/083693/images/24_IMG_0017.jpg 1] (Persian:جبرئیل نوکند) received his MA in archaeology from Tehran University and his Ph.D. from the Free University of Berlin. He is currently the Director of the National Museum of Iran. He is also a member of the Research Council of Iranian Center for Archaeological Research (ICAR) and a scientific member of the Research Institute of the Cultural Heritage and Tourism (RICHT). During the Government Week Celebration in the late 2016, he was chosen as the Outstanding Director within the Iranian Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts, and Tourism Organization. + Jebrael Nokandeh[http://www.honarnews.com/images/docs/000083/083693/images/24_IMG_0017.jpg 1] received his MA in archaeology from Tehran University and his Ph.D. from the Free University of Berlin. He is currently the Director of the National Museum of Iran. He is also a member of the Research Council of Iranian Center for Archaeological Research (ICAR) and a scientific member of the Research Institute of the Cultural Heritage and Tourism (RICHT). During the Government Week Celebration in the late 2016, he was chosen as the Outstanding Director within the Iranian Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts, and Tourism Organization.       Jebrael Nokandeh is an experienced field archaeologist with extensive experience in various regions in Iran, including Khuzestan, the Mehran Plain in the Ilam Province, in the Caspian Littoral of Gilan and the Golestan Province, where he conducted survey and excavations in the Gorgan Wall Projecthttps://www.jstor.org/stable/4300707?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents.   Jebrael Nokandeh is an experienced field archaeologist with extensive experience in various regions in Iran, including Khuzestan, the Mehran Plain in the Ilam Province, in the Caspian Littoral of Gilan and the Golestan Province, where he conducted survey and excavations in the Gorgan Wall Projecthttps://www.jstor.org/stable/4300707?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents. [...]



1992–93 Belarusian Extraliga season

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‎External links ← Previous revision Revision as of 13:44, 29 March 2017 Line 43: Line 43:   [[Category:1992–93 in European ice hockey leagues|Belarusian Extraleague]]   [[Category:1992–93 in European ice hockey leagues|Belarusian Extraleague]]   [[Category:Belarusian Extraleague seasons]]   [[Category:Belarusian Extraleague seasons]]   + [[Category:1992 in Belarusian sport]]   + [[Category:1993 in Belarusian sport]]         [...]



Information culture

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‎Overview ← Previous revision Revision as of 13:44, 29 March 2017 Line 26: Line 26:   * Information sharing is the willingness to provide others with information.   * Information sharing is the willingness to provide others with information.   * Proactiveness is actively using new information to innovate and respond quickly to changes.   * Proactiveness is actively using new information to innovate and respond quickly to changes. −   − Zixiu Guo explains on how the technology influence the organizational and cultural in the multinational context. It also talks how Technology helps the multinational organization to transfer the quick information and helps to sustain its business in the global market.[[Guo, Zixiu, and John D’Ambra.]] "[[The Influence Of National And Organizational Cultures On Technology Use]]".         ==Information Culture typologies==   ==Information Culture typologies== [...]



Max de Esteban

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‎Elegies of Manumission and Propositions ← Previous revision Revision as of 13:44, 29 March 2017 Line 4: Line 4:   De Esteban's work is organized in two distinct bodies: ''Elegies of Manumission'' and ''Propositions.'' The four elegies produced between 2010 and 2011 raise social and political questions through symbolic [[portrait]]ure. ''Propositions,'' initiated in 2011, deal with [[contemporary art]] and political issues through [[photography]] and video. ''Propositions'' pose uncomfortable questions. In ''Proposition One,'' translucent X-ray images magnify [[mechanical device]]s that have become outdated, although they continue to function perfectly according to their purpose. In ''Proposition Three,'' de Esteban examines the cold, gray inner life of cell phones or tablets and the increasing enmeshment of the body and digital technology.   De Esteban's work is organized in two distinct bodies: ''Elegies of Manumission'' and ''Propositions.'' The four elegies produced between 2010 and 2011 raise social and political questions through symbolic [[portrait]]ure. ''Propositions,'' initiated in 2011, deal with [[contemporary art]] and political issues through [[photography]] and video. ''Propositions'' pose uncomfortable questions. In ''Proposition One,'' translucent X-ray images magnify [[mechanical device]]s that have become outdated, although they continue to function perfectly according to their purpose. In ''Proposition Three,'' de Esteban examines the cold, gray inner life of cell phones or tablets and the increasing enmeshment of the body and digital technology.     − In ''Heads Will Roll,'' part four of the series, he uses seductive [photo collage]s made of film stills, flower photos, and fragments of text to convey the essence of the parameters that are penetrated by the postmodern patchwork of our lives. The media define everyday life: we are permanently made to feel insecure by the wars and disasters that are always happening in the world; the individual is in danger of drowning in the masses; genuine and fake have become almost indistinguishable; and a vague fear of the East pervades political policy. Reality is largely conveyed as a media experience. ''Heads will Roll,'' published by Hatje Cantz, was listed as a [[photobook]] of the year by [[LensCulture]] magazine{{cite web|url=https://www.lensculture.com/articles/lensculture-editors-2014-photobooks-of-the-year |title=2014 Photobooks of the Year - Photobooks selected by the editors |publisher=LensCulture |date= |accessdate=2017-03-24}}; its New York exhibition was shown on the cover of ''Photograph Magazine'' in its September–October, 2015 issue (Volume 13, Number 1){{cite web|last=Rexer |first=Lyle |url=http://photographmag.com/issues/september-october-2015/about-the-cover/ |title=» September – October 2015 |website=Photographmag.com |date= |accessdate=2017-03-24}}; and Artslant said it was a "must see exhibitions in North America"{{cite web|last=Artslant |first=The |url=https://www.artslant.com/la/articles/show/43886 |title=North America's Must-See Exhibitions This Fall |publisher=ArtSlant |date= |accessdate=2017-03-24}} + In ''Heads Will Roll,'' part four of the series, he uses seductive [[photo collage]]s made of film stills, flower photos, and fragments of text to convey the essence of the parameters that are penetrated by the postmodern patchwork of our lives. The media define everyday life: we are permanently made to feel insecure by the wars and disasters that are always happening in the world; the individual is in danger of drowning in th[...]



User:Arumbaka

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User account Arumbaka was created




Maruei

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← Previous revision Revision as of 13:44, 29 March 2017 Line 103: Line 103:       '''Maruei''' (丸栄) ({{tyo|8245}}) is a department store in [[Nagoya]] [[Japan]]. '''Toyohashi Maruei''' (豊橋丸栄) in [[Toyohashi, Aichi]] is a subsidiary company.   '''Maruei''' (丸栄) ({{tyo|8245}}) is a department store in [[Nagoya]] [[Japan]]. '''Toyohashi Maruei''' (豊橋丸栄) in [[Toyohashi, Aichi]] is a subsidiary company.   +   + Along with [[Matsuzakaya]], [[Meitetsu]], and formerly [[Oriental Nakamura]] (now Mitsukoshi), Maruei is one of the four major department stores of Nagoya.       ==External links==   ==External links== [...]



Extortion

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‎Similar crimes ← Previous revision Revision as of 13:44, 29 March 2017 Line 39: Line 39:   * [[Loan sharking]]: A loan shark is a person or body that offers unsecured loans at high interest rates to individuals, often backed by blackmail or threats of violence.   * [[Loan sharking]]: A loan shark is a person or body that offers unsecured loans at high interest rates to individuals, often backed by blackmail or threats of violence.   * [[Price gouging]]: a pejorative term for a seller pricing much higher than is considered reasonable or fair. In precise, legal usage, it is the name of a felony that applies in some of the United States only during civil emergencies.   * [[Price gouging]]: a pejorative term for a seller pricing much higher than is considered reasonable or fair. In precise, legal usage, it is the name of a felony that applies in some of the United States only during civil emergencies. − * [[Racket (crime)]]: A service that is fraudulently offered to solve a problem, such as for a problem that does not actually exist, will not be affected, or would not otherwise exist. + * [[Racket (crime)|Racket]]: A service that is fraudulently offered to solve a problem, such as for a problem that does not actually exist, will not be affected, or would not otherwise exist.   * [[Sextortion]]: Forcing individuals to send sexual images or perform sexual services   * [[Sextortion]]: Forcing individuals to send sexual images or perform sexual services   * [[Terrorism]]: most simply, policy intended to intimidate or cause terror. It is more commonly understood as an act which is intended to create fear (terror), is perpetrated for an ideological goal (as opposed to a materialistic goal or a lone attack), and deliberately target or disregard the safety of [[non-combatants]]. Some definitions also include acts of unlawful violence or unconventional warfare, but at present, the [[international community]] has been unable to formulate a universally agreed, legally binding, criminal law definition of terrorism.   * [[Terrorism]]: most simply, policy intended to intimidate or cause terror. It is more commonly understood as an act which is intended to create fear (terror), is perpetrated for an ideological goal (as opposed to a materialistic goal or a lone attack), and deliberately target or disregard the safety of [[non-combatants]]. Some definitions also include acts of unlawful violence or unconventional warfare, but at present, the [[international community]] has been unable to formulate a universally agreed, legally binding, criminal law definition of terrorism. [...]



User talk:67.60.106.112

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Mamoru Oshii

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‎Recent career (1995–present) ← Previous revision Revision as of 13:44, 29 March 2017 Line 90: Line 90:   Oshii was approached to be one of the directors of ''[[The Animatrix]]'', but he was unable to participate because of his work in ''Innocence''.{{cite web |url=http://dvd.ign.com/articles/401/401629p2.html |title=Interviewing the Animatrix, Part 1|accessdate=2010-01-26}} Following ''Innocence'', Oshii also contemplated directing a segment for the anthology film ''[[Paris, je t'aime]]'', but ultimately declined the offer. Meanwhile, in 2005, there were talks of a [[Kenta Fukasaku]] and Oshii collaboration. It was announced that Oshii would write the script for a film titled ''Elle is Burning'', as well as provide CGI consultation, while Fukasaku would direct.{{cite web |url=http://twitchfilm.net/news/2005/07/kenta-fukasakus-eru-no-ran-screenplay-cgi-by-mamoru-oshii.php |title=KENTA FUKASAKUS' 'ERU NO RAN' SCREENPLAY & CGI BY MAMORU OSHII.|accessdate=2010-03-23}}{{cite web |url=http://twitchfilm.net/news/2005/10/some-details-on-the-oshii-fukasaku-collaboration-elle-is-burning.php |title=SOME DETAILS ON THE OSHII / FUKASAKU COLLABORATION ELLE IS BURNING|accessdate=2010-03-23}} Although Oshii completed the script, the film was ultimately shelved because, among other problems, the large budget it would require.{{cite web |url=http://ryuganji.blogspot.com/2010/03/hopes-for-fukasaku-oshii-collaboration.html |title=Hopes for Fukasaku + Oshii collaboration still burning faintly|accessdate=2010-03-23}}   Oshii was approached to be one of the directors of ''[[The Animatrix]]'', but he was unable to participate because of his work in ''Innocence''.{{cite web |url=http://dvd.ign.com/articles/401/401629p2.html |title=Interviewing the Animatrix, Part 1|accessdate=2010-01-26}} Following ''Innocence'', Oshii also contemplated directing a segment for the anthology film ''[[Paris, je t'aime]]'', but ultimately declined the offer. Meanwhile, in 2005, there were talks of a [[Kenta Fukasaku]] and Oshii collaboration. It was announced that Oshii would write the script for a film titled ''Elle is Burning'', as well as provide CGI consultation, while Fukasaku would direct.{{cite web |url=http://twitchfilm.net/news/2005/07/kenta-fukasakus-eru-no-ran-screenplay-cgi-by-mamoru-oshii.php |title=KENTA FUKASAKUS' 'ERU NO RAN' SCREENPLAY & CGI BY MAMORU OSHII.|accessdate=2010-03-23}}{{cite web |url=http://twitchfilm.net/news/2005/10/some-details-on-the-oshii-fukasaku-collaboration-elle-is-burning.php |title=SOME DETAILS ON THE OSHII / FUKASAKU COLLABORATION ELLE IS BURNING|accessdate=2010-03-23}} Although Oshii completed the script, the film was ultimately shelved because, among other problems, the large budget it would require.{{cite web |url=http://ryuganji.blogspot.com/2010/03/hopes-for-fukasaku-oshii-collaboration.html |title=Hopes for Fukasaku + Oshii collaboration still burning faintly|accessdate=2010-03-23}}     − [[File:Mamoru Oshii promotes NEC Sky Crawlers.jpg|thumb|250px|Mamoru Oshii promotes ''[[The Sky Crawlers (film)|The Sky Crawlers]]'', 2008]] + [[File:Mamoru Oshii promotes NEC Sky Crawlers.jpg|thumb|250px|Mamoru Oshii promotes ''[[The Sky Crawlers (film)|The Sky Crawlers]]'', June 2, 2008]]   Oshii's next film, ''[[[...]



White Dawg

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← Previous revision Revision as of 13:44, 29 March 2017 Line 20: Line 20:   | notable_instruments=   | notable_instruments=   }}   }} − '''Billy Alsbrooks, Jr.''',{{cite web|url={{Allmusic|class=song|id=t2395731|pure_url=yes}}|title=Slang That Thang credits|publisher=allmusic|accessdate=2009-11-08}} better known by his stage name '''White Dawg''', is an American rapper and record producer. His recordings include the single "Restless" off his second LP ''Thug Ride''. In 2001, White Dawg produced the album ''Dunks and D's'' by Thrill da Playa of the group [[69 Boyz]] and produced the Money Hungry Compilation for the Clientel Family.[{{Allmusic|class=album|id=r550160|pure_url=yes}} allmusic ((( Dunks N D's > Credits )))] Alsbrooks later started his own label White Dawg Records. His song "Right Here" featuring [[Jay Roc]] off his "Me Vs. Me" album became #1 in the U.S.A. on the [[MySpace]] rap charts. + '''Billy Alsbrooks, Jr.''',{{cite web|url={{Allmusic|class=song|id=t2395731|pure_url=yes}}|title=Slang That Thang credits|publisher=allmusic|accessdate=2009-11-08}} better known by his stage name '''White Dawg''', is an American rapper and record producer. His recordings include the single "Restless" off his second LP ''[[Thug Ride]]''. In 2001, White Dawg produced the album ''Dunks and D's'' by Thrill da Playa of the group [[69 Boyz]] and produced the Money Hungry Compilation for the Clientel Family.[{{Allmusic|class=album|id=r550160|pure_url=yes}} allmusic ((( Dunks N D's > Credits )))] Alsbrooks later started his own label White Dawg Records. His song "Right Here" featuring [[Jay Roc]] off his "Me Vs. Me" album became #1 in the U.S.A. on the [[MySpace]] rap charts.       ==Career==   ==Career== [...]



Coal Region

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← Previous revision Revision as of 13:44, 29 March 2017 Line 3: Line 3:   [[Image:Anthracite coalfields on 1872 PA map.jpg|thumb|400px|Anthracite coal fields of Pennsylvania]]   [[Image:Anthracite coalfields on 1872 PA map.jpg|thumb|400px|Anthracite coal fields of Pennsylvania]]     − The '''Coal Region''' is a historically important coal-mining area in [[Northeastern Pennsylvania]] in the central [[Ridge-and-valley Appalachian Mountains]], comprising [[Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania|Lackawanna]], [[Luzerne County, Pennsylvania|Luzerne]], [[Columbia County, Pennsylvania|Columbia]], [[Carbon County, Pennsylvania|Carbon]], [[Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania|Schuylkill]], [[Northumberland County, Pennsylvania|Northumberland]], and the extreme northeast corner of [[Dauphin County, Pennsylvania|Dauphin]] counties. Academics have made the distinction North Anthracite Coal Field and South Anthracite Coal Field (each of Pennsylvania),Healey, Richard (2005) ''"The Breakers of the Northern Anthracite Coalfield of Pennsylvania", 'Vol. 1, Major breakers prior to 1902'.'' Dept of Geography, University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth. quote=''"Northern Anthracite Coalfield of Pennsylvania" (implying there is a Southern Anthracite Coalfield of Pennsylvania)   name=Healy>Healey, Richard (2005) ''"The Breakers of the Northern Anthracite Coalfield of Pennsylvania", 'Vol. 1, Major breakers prior to 1902'.'' Dept of Geography, University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth. quote=''"Northern Anthracite Coalfield of Pennsylvania" (implying there is a Southern Anthracite Coalfield of Pennsylvania) − the lower region bearing the further classification [[Anthracite Upland]]s the lower region bearing the further classification − name=Sevon> + [[Anthracite Upland]]s   Sevon, W. D., compiler, 2000, {{plain link|https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Map13.jpg|"Physiographic provinces of Pennsylvania"}}, Pennsylvania Geological Survey of the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Pennsylvania Geological Survey, 4th ser., Map 13, scale 1:2,000,000.   Sevon, W. D., compiler, 2000, {{plain link|https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Map13.jpg|"Physiographic provinces of Pennsylvania"}}, Pennsylvania Geological Survey of the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Pennsylvania Geological Survey, 4th ser., Map 13, scale 1:2,000,000.   in physical geology. The Southern Coal Region can be further broken into the Southeastern and [...]



Football Association of Zambia

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Kushal Tandon

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← Previous revision Revision as of 13:44, 29 March 2017 Line 5: Line 5:   | image = Kushal Tandon at CPAA.jpg   | image = Kushal Tandon at CPAA.jpg   | caption = Kushal Tandon as Virat with Cancer Patients Aid Association   | caption = Kushal Tandon as Virat with Cancer Patients Aid Association − | birth_date = [[28th March 1985]] + | birth_date =   | birth_place = [[Lucknow]], India{{cite web|url=http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/lucknow-times/Not-a-mans-world-here/articleshow/1139546.cms|title=Not a man's world|work=[[The Times of India]]|date=17 February 2012|accessdate=7 January 2013}}   | birth_place = [[Lucknow]], India{{cite web|url=http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/lucknow-times/Not-a-mans-world-here/articleshow/1139546.cms|title=Not a man's world|work=[[The Times of India]]|date=17 February 2012|accessdate=7 January 2013}}   | alma_mater = Hansraj College, University of Delhi   | alma_mater = Hansraj College, University of Delhi [...]



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Justin Mirichii

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Disambiguated: First Time → The First Time (2015 film) ← Previous revision Revision as of 13:44, 29 March 2017 Line 82: Line 82:   |48HFP   |48HFP   |Best Character Use   |Best Character Use − |''[[First Time]]'' + |''[[The First Time (2015 film)|First Time]]''   |{{won}}   |{{won}}   |{{cite web|url=http://www.48hourfilm.com/nairobi-ke/films/11496/first-time-by-team-kangethe|title="First Time" by Team Kangethe|accessdate=January 26, 2016|website=48hourfilm.com}}   |{{cite web|url=http://www.48hourfilm.com/nairobi-ke/films/11496/first-time-by-team-kangethe|title="First Time" by Team Kangethe|accessdate=January 26, 2016|website=48hourfilm.com}} [...]



Peshraw Azizi

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← Previous revision Revision as of 13:44, 29 March 2017 Line 32: Line 32:   | club-update = 22:19, 18 February 2017   | club-update = 22:19, 18 February 2017   }}   }}   +   '''Peshraw Azizi''', born 19 January 1988 in [[Sulaymaniyah]], [[Kurdistan]],{{cite news|last1=Darab|first1=Adam|title=Dalkurd – det nya folkets lag|url=http://www.dn.se/sport/fotboll/dalkurd-det-nya-folkets-lag/|accessdate=29 March 2017|work=DN.se|publisher=Dagens Nyheter (Daily News)|date=17 October 2015|language=sv-se}} plays as a [[Defender (association football)|defender]] and is [[Captain (sports)|team captain]] for [[Dalkurd FF]] in [[Sweden]], competing in the [[Superettan]].{{cite web|title=Peshraw Azizi|url=http://www.eurosport.com/football/peshraw-azizi_prs252401/person.shtml|website=Eurosport Football|accessdate=18 February 2017}}   '''Peshraw Azizi''', born 19 January 1988 in [[Sulaymaniyah]], [[Kurdistan]],{{cite news|last1=Darab|first1=Adam|title=Dalkurd – det nya folkets lag|url=http://www.dn.se/sport/fotboll/dalkurd-det-nya-folkets-lag/|accessdate=29 March 2017|work=DN.se|publisher=Dagens Nyheter (Daily News)|date=17 October 2015|language=sv-se}} plays as a [[Defender (association football)|defender]] and is [[Captain (sports)|team captain]] for [[Dalkurd FF]] in [[Sweden]], competing in the [[Superettan]].{{cite web|title=Peshraw Azizi|url=http://www.eurosport.com/football/peshraw-azizi_prs252401/person.shtml|website=Eurosport Football|accessdate=18 February 2017}}     [...]



Template:ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Championship

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← Previous revision Revision as of 13:44, 29 March 2017 Line 6: Line 6:   |list1=   |list1=   * [[The Kingdom (professional wrestling)|The Kingdom]] ([[Matt Taven]], [[TK O'Ryan]] and [[Vinny Marseglia]])   * [[The Kingdom (professional wrestling)|The Kingdom]] ([[Matt Taven]], [[TK O'Ryan]] and [[Vinny Marseglia]]) − * [[Bubba Ray Dudley|Bully Ray]] and [[The Briscoe Brothers|The Briscoes]] ([[Jay Briscoe]] and [[Mark Briscoe]]) (current) + * [[The Briscoe Brothers|The Briscoes]] ([[Jay Briscoe]] and [[Mark Briscoe]]) and [[Bubba Ray Dudley|Bully Ray]] (current)   }}   }}   {{collapsible option}}   {{collapsible option}} [...]



Henry Wynkoop

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add section break ← Previous revision Revision as of 13:44, 29 March 2017 Line 3: Line 3:   '''Henry Wynkoop''' (March 2, 1737 – March 25, 1816) was a member of the [[Continental Congress]] (from 1779) and later a [[United States Representative]] for the state of [[Pennsylvania]] during the [[First United States Congress]], 1789 to 1791.   '''Henry Wynkoop''' (March 2, 1737 – March 25, 1816) was a member of the [[Continental Congress]] (from 1779) and later a [[United States Representative]] for the state of [[Pennsylvania]] during the [[First United States Congress]], 1789 to 1791.       + ==Life and career==   Wynkoop was born in [[Bucks County]], [[Pennsylvania]] on March 2, 1737. He inherited his father's 153 acre farm in [[Newtown, Bucks County, Pennsylvania|Newtown]] upon his death in 1759. He was admitted to [[Princeton University]] but he did not complete his studies as he got involved in local politics.[http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~wynkoop/webdocs/hwprnctn.htm "Henry Wynkoop: Princeton, Class of 1760"]. ''Rootsweb.com'' Wynkoop Family Research Library. Retrieved July 7, 2015.   Wynkoop was born in [[Bucks County]], [[Pennsylvania]] on March 2, 1737. He inherited his father's 153 acre farm in [[Newtown, Bucks County, Pennsylvania|Newtown]] upon his death in 1759. He was admitted to [[Princeton University]] but he did not complete his studies as he got involved in local politics.[http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~wynkoop/webdocs/hwprnctn.htm "Henry Wynkoop: Princeton, Class of 1760"]. ''Rootsweb.com'' Wynkoop Family Research Library. Retrieved July 7, 2015.     [...]



Ermenek

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structured & more ← Previous revision Revision as of 13:44, 29 March 2017 Line 37: Line 37:   |website = [http://www.ermenek.gov.tr/ www.ermenek.gov.tr]   |website = [http://www.ermenek.gov.tr/ www.ermenek.gov.tr]   }}   }} − '''Ermenek''' is a town and district of [[Karaman Province]] in the [[Mediterranean Region, Turkey|Mediterranean]] region of [[Turkey]]. The district forms the core of the plateau region [[Taşeli]]. According to 2014 census, population of the district is 29,957 of which 11,332 live in the town of Ermenek.{{cite web|url=http://rapory.tuik.gov.tr/22-06-2015-22:09:20-12700617649460550142789483.html Key statistics for urban areas of Turkey|accessdate=2014|author=[[Turkish Statistical Institute]]|format=XLS|language=Turkish}}{{cite web|url=http://www.geohive.com/cntry/turkey.aspx?levels=Ic%20Anadolu|title=Statistical information on Turkey's administrative units|accessdate=2008-03-20|author=GeoHive}} + '''Ermenek''' is a town and district of [[Karaman Province]] in the [[Mediterranean Region, Turkey|Mediterranean]] region of [[Turkey]]. As Ancient [[Germanicopolis]] (in Isauria; has namesakes), a former bishopric, it remains a Latin Catholic [[titular see]].     − ==Name== + The district forms the core of the plateau region [[Taşeli]]. According to 2014 census, population of the district is 29,957 of which 11,332 live in the town of Ermenek.{{cite web|url=http://rapory.tuik.gov.tr/22-06-2015-22:09:20-12700617649460550142789483.html Key statistics for urban areas of Turkey|accessdate=2014|author=[[Turkish Statistical Institute]]|format=XLS|language=Turkish}}{{cite web|url=http://www.geohive.com/cntry/turkey.aspx?levels=Ic%20Anadolu|title=Statistical information on Turkey's administrative units|accessdate=2008-03-20|author=GeoHive}}   +   + == Names ==   The town was historically known as '''Germanicopolis''' ([[Greek language|Greek]]: {{lang|grc|Γερμανικόπολις}}); '''Germanig''', and possibly '''Clibanus''';{{Barrington|66 & text}} which later mutuated to '''Ermenek'''.   The town was historically known as '''Germanicopolis''' ([[Greek language|Greek]]: {{lang|grc|Γερμανικόπολις}}); '''Germanig''', and possibly '''Clibanus''';{{Barrington|66 & text}} which later mutuated to '''Ermenek'''.     − ==History== + == History == − Germanicopolis was a town in ancient [[Isauria]]. ([[Hierocles (author of Synecdemus)|Hierocl.]] p. 709; Concil. Chalced. p. 659; Const. Porphyr. ''de Them.'' i. 13.) The city took its name from [[Germanicus]], grandson of [[Augustus]]. + Germanicopolis was an Ancient town in the [[Roman province]] of [[Isauria]]. ([[Hierocles (author of Synecdemus)|Hierocl.]] p. 709; Concil. Chalced. p. 659; Const. Porphyr. ''de Them.'' i. 13.) The city took its name from [[Germanicus]], grandson of first Emperor Octavian [[Augustus]], as several others.   + [...]



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Hehe Xiexie

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categorized more specifically for missing geocoordinate data ← Previous revision Revision as of 13:44, 29 March 2017 Line 60: Line 60:       {{Expo 2010}}   {{Expo 2010}} − {{Coord missing|China}} + {{Coord missing|Shanghai}}       [[Category:2010 establishments in China]]   [[Category:2010 establishments in China]] [...]



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Beethoven's 4th (film)

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Reverting possible vandalism by XBlaBlaBlaX to version by Reach Out to the Truth. Report False Positive? Thanks, ClueBot NG. (2989537) (Bot) ← Previous revision Revision as of 13:44, 29 March 2017 Line 24: Line 24:   | budget =   | budget =   }}   }} − I love unicorns, i am a unicorn, i have a unicorn horn. Follow me on instagram Pay_1_. Add me on SnapChat Paisleysmith00 ;) + '''''Beethoven's 4th''''' is the third sequel to the 1992 [[film]], ''[[Beethoven (film)|Beethoven]]'' and is the fourth installment in the [[Beethoven film series]]. It was released on December 4, 2001. It is the last film to feature [[Judge Reinhold]] as Richard Newton, [[Julia Sweeney]] as Beth Newton, [[Joe Pichler]] as Brennan Newton, and Michaela Gallo as Sara Newton.       == Plot ==   == Plot ==   +   + The movie starts with a dad checking on his two kids before school. Their family includes a girl, boy, artist father, and campaigning mother, and a dog named [[Beethoven (film)|Beethoven]], who they are keeping for a relative family. The children love Beethoven, but their parents do not, and want to get rid of him. So the children begin taking the dog to Obedience Training led by a former army sergeant. Brennan falls in love with a girl (Hayley), while Beethoven literally destroys the [[obstacle course]] in one day. To top it all off Beethoven hits the army sergeant in the [[crotch]] with a leash causing him to kneel over in pain.   +   + Meanwhile, the rich Sedgewick family owns a pampered pup that looks exactly like Beethoven, named Michelangelo. Michelangelo and young Madison Sedgewick are friends, but busy Mr. and Mrs. Sedgewick are always neglecting her. In fact, Mr. Sedgewick is the only one who seems to try to play with her. Beethoven, meanwhile, runs after a loose [[hot dog cart]], and ends up on a merry-go-round. Michelangelo has gotten loose and is now on the same [[merry-go-round]]. He is mistaken for Beethoven and taken home by Brennan and Sara. The real Beethoven is mistaken for Michelangelo, and grabbed by Simmons, the Sedgewick family [[butler]] and taken to their mansion.   +   + Meanwhile, Sara is surprised when Michelangelo wipes his feet on the welcome mat and folds the napkins with his teeth at dinner. The Sedgewicks notice the change in "their dog" too, when he bolts Simmons to the ground to get a piece of [[turkey meat|turkey]]. Then, at night, Beethoven hears Madison whimpering because of a bad dream, and comforts her. At the next obedience class, Michelangelo leaves everyone in astonishment, by finishing the entire new obstacle course, while the sergeant is announcing about the course.   +   + Meanwhile, Beethoven ruins a dinner party, when Nigel tries to kidnap him. A [[therapist]] points out to Mrs. Sedgewick that the reason "Michelangelo" is acting this way is because he is the first one exhibiting "symptoms". The therapist suggests that it may be because Mrs. Sedgewick doe[...]



Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk

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Reverted 1 edit by 67.60.106.112 (talk) to last revision by SlackerDelphi. (TW) ← Previous revision Revision as of 13:44, 29 March 2017 Line 4: Line 4:   | caption =   | caption =   | number = 10   | number = 10 − | position = Travel Agent + | position = Guard   | height_ft = 6   | height_ft = 6   | height_in = 8   | height_in = 8 [...]



Nate Berkenstock

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‎Early baseball career: Getting full title and italicizing book ← Previous revision Revision as of 13:44, 29 March 2017 Line 35: Line 35:       ==Early baseball career==   ==Early baseball career== − Exactly when Berkenstock first took up the game of baseball is unknown; the [[National Association of Base Ball Players]], the first organized amateur league, was not founded until 1857, when he was 26. "But Didn't We Have Fun," by Peter Morris, mentions him as a noteworthy player from amateur days, but doesn't specify when he began. According to Marshall D. Wright's book ''The National Association of Base Ball Players, 1857-1870'', Berkenstock debuted with the [[Philadelphia Athletics (1860-76)|Athletic Club of Philadelphia]] (the original team of this name, and not related to the [[American League]] team that now plays in [[Oakland, California|Oakland]]) in 1863, when he was 32. + Exactly when Berkenstock first took up the game of baseball is unknown; the [[National Association of Base Ball Players]], the first organized amateur league, was not founded until 1857, when he was 26. ''"But Didn't We Have Fun?: An Informal History of Baseball's Pioneer Era, 1843-1870,"'' by Peter Morris, mentions him as a noteworthy player from amateur days, but doesn't specify when he began. According to Marshall D. Wright's book ''The National Association of Base Ball Players, 1857-1870'', Berkenstock debuted with the [[Philadelphia Athletics (1860-76)|Athletic Club of Philadelphia]] (the original team of this name, and not related to the [[American League]] team that now plays in [[Oakland, California|Oakland]]) in 1863, when he was 32.       Statistics were very sketchy in the early days of baseball; the only numbers available today are Games Played, Runs Scored and "Hands Lost" (a player was charged with a Hand Lost every time he made an out at bat or on the basepaths). Stats like hits, walks, total bases and runs batted in were still years away from being compiled. Generally speaking, a good player would score more runs than have Hands Lost.   Statistics were very sketchy in the early days of baseball; the only numbers available today are Games Played, Runs Scored and "Hands Lost" (a player was charged with a Hand Lost every time he made an out at bat or on the basepaths). Stats like hits, walks, total bases and runs batted in were still years away from being compiled. Generally speaking, a good player would score more runs than have Hands Lost. [...]



Treasure Hunters (book)

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← Previous revision Revision as of 13:44, 29 March 2017 Line 20: Line 20:       ''Treasure Hunters'' is the first book in the ''[[Treasure Hunters (literary series)|Treasure Hunters]]'' series. It was co-authored by [[James Patterson]], [[Chris Grabenstein]] and [[Mark Shulman (author)|Mark Shulman]].https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/books/treasure-hunters-by-chris-grabenstein/   ''Treasure Hunters'' is the first book in the ''[[Treasure Hunters (literary series)|Treasure Hunters]]'' series. It was co-authored by [[James Patterson]], [[Chris Grabenstein]] and [[Mark Shulman (author)|Mark Shulman]].https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/books/treasure-hunters-by-chris-grabenstein/ − The Kidd siblings had grown up diving, finding treasure from swords to gold doubloons from the bottom of the ocean helping their parents. In this book, the kids are suddenly thrust into the biggest treasure hunt of their lives after their parents disappear. The story shows them working together to defeat dangerous pirates and dodge the hot pursuit of an evil treasure-hunting rival, all while following cryptic clues to unravel the mystery of what really happened to their parents and find out if they're still alive with the narrator as Bickford "Bick" Kidd and the illustrator as Rebecca "Beck" Kidd, the twin siblings of the Kidd family. http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/17269359-treasure-hunters + The Kidd siblings had lived their entire life on the ocean, diving, finding treasure from swords to gold doubloons from the bottom of the ocean helping their parents. In this book, the Kidds are suddenly into the biggest treasure hunt of their lives after their parents disappear. The story shows them working together to defeat [[pirates]] and lose the pursuit of a [[treasure-hunting]] rival while following cryptic clues to unravel the mystery of what really happened to their parents and find out if they're still alive with the narrator as Bickford "Bick" Kidd and the illustrator as Rebecca "Beck" Kidd, the twin siblings of the Kidd family. http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/17269359-treasure-hunters       == References ==   == References == [...]



Juan de la Cámara

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revert vandalism ← Previous revision Revision as of 13:44, 29 March 2017 Line 1: Line 1:   {{copyedit|date=March 2017}}   {{copyedit|date=March 2017}}   [[File:Espuelas Doradas.jpg|thumb|right|Nobility Document 1487]]   [[File:Espuelas Doradas.jpg|thumb|right|Nobility Document 1487]] − '''Poet Vishu Bhosale''' is + '''Juan de la Cámara''' or '''Juan Gómez de la Cámara''' ([[Alcalá de Henares]], [[Spanish Empire|Spain]], 1525 - 1602) Spanish [[conquistador]] and [[hidalgo (nobility)|hidalgo]] was born in [[Alcala de Henares]] [[Spain]] in 1525. He arrived in [[New Spain]] current day [[Mexico]] from [[Spain]] in 1539. He joined the [[Spanish Conquest of Yucatán]] in 1541, and he was one of the founders of Mérida Yucatán.       == Military campaigns ==   == Military campaigns == − Juan de la Cámara was member of the Conquest and Pacification of “Las provincials de Grimel de Chetumal de los Zubeniques y de los Chaulacas” under direct orders of Captain Gaspar Pacheco, these phase was one of the most bloody and difficult of the conquest of Yucatan. Juan de la Cámara was founder of the City of Salamanca de Bacalar in the shores of the lagoon of Bacalar, nearby of the actual City of [[Chetumal]], Capital of the State of [[Quintana Roo]]. [[Mexico]]. + Juan de la Cámara was member of the Conquest and Pacification of “Las provincials de Grimel de Chetumal de los Zubeniques y de los Chaulacas” under direct orders of Captain Gaspar Pacheco, these phase was one of the most bloody an difficult of the conquest of Yucatan. Juan de la Cámara was founder of the City of Salamanca de Bacalar in the shores of the lagoon of Bacalar, nearby of the actual City of [[Chetumal]], Capital of the State of [[Quintana Roo]]. [[Mexico]].     − Juan de la Cámara also participated in the Conquest of the Province of the Sweet Golf (Provincia del Golfo Dulce) next to [[Lake of Izabal]], today [[Guatemala]], under the order of the Captains Don [[Francisco de Montejo (el Mozo)|Francisco de Montejo ("el Mozo")]] and Don Cristobal Maldonado, he also was founder of the City New Seville (Nueva Sevilla). + Juan de la Cámara also participate in the Conquest of the Province of the Sweet Golf (Provincia del Golfo Dulce) next to [[Lake of Izabal]], today [[Guatemala]], under the order of the Captains Don [[Francisco de Montejo (el Mozo)|Francisco de Montejo ("el Mozo")]] and Don Cristobal Maldonado, he also was founder of the City New Seville (Nueva Sevilla).       Juan de la Cámara participated in the General Rice and rebellion of the [[Maya peoples|Mayan]] Indians, and was under the orders of the Captain Francisco Bracamonte.   Juan de la Cámara participated in the General Rice and rebellion of the [[Maya peoples|Mayan]] Indians, and was under the orders of the Captain Francisco Bracamonte. Line 26: Line 26: [...]



User:Mr KEBAB/Dutch vowels

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‎Diphthongs ← Previous revision Revision as of 13:44, 29 March 2017 Line 159: Line 159:   |}   |}     − * {{IPA|/ɛi̯, œy̑, ɑu̯/}} are the most common diphthongs and commonly the only ones considered "true" phonemes in Dutch. {{IPA|/ɑi̯, ɔi̯/}} are rare and occur only in a few words. + ==Tense diphthongs==   * The "long/tense" diphthongs are generally analysed phonemically as a long/tense vowel followed by a glide {{IPA|/j/}} or {{IPA|/ʋ/}}, in which the latter has the allophone {{IPA|[w]}} between vowels, and {{IPA|[u̯]}} between a vowel and a consonant. Thus, what is underlyingly {{IPA|/eːʋ/}} is realised on the surface as {{IPA|[eːw]}} or {{IPA|[eːu̯]}} and likewise for the others.   * The "long/tense" diphthongs are generally analysed phonemically as a long/tense vowel followed by a glide {{IPA|/j/}} or {{IPA|/ʋ/}}, in which the latter has the allophone {{IPA|[w]}} between vowels, and {{IPA|[u̯]}} between a vowel and a consonant. Thus, what is underlyingly {{IPA|/eːʋ/}} is realised on the surface as {{IPA|[eːw]}} or {{IPA|[eːu̯]}} and likewise for the others. − * The first element of {{IPA|/ɛi̯/}} is pronounced more open than the short vowel {{IPA|/ɛ/}} by many speakers and so it may be more accurately transcribed as {{IPA|[ɛ̞i̯]}}. For some Netherlandic speakers, it may be as open as {{IPA|[æi̯]}} or even {{IPA|[ai̯]}}.{{sfnp|Stroop|1999}} On the other hand, the Brabantian subdialect of Antwerp realises {{IPA|/ɛi̯/}} as {{IPA|[aə̯]}}.{{sfnp|Camerman|2007|p=24}} Many Belgians tend to monophthongize it {{IPA|[ɛ̞ː]}}. + * Speakers from e.g. Rotterdam tend to realize {{IPA|/oːi/}} as a falling [[triphthong]] with two closing elements {{IPA|[əu̯i̯]}}. − * In most of the northern areas, {{IPA|/œy̑/}} is pronounced with an unrounded onset ({{IPA|[ʌ̈y̑]}}).{{sfnp|Rietveld|van Heuven|2009|p=70}} Some people in Belgium pronounce a monophthong {{IPA|[œː]}} instead. Before a vowel and sometimes also word-finally, a glide is added as final element: {{IPA|[œy̑j]}} or {{IPA|[œj]}}. + − * The first element of {{IPA|/ɑu̯/}} is often raised by many speakers. In Belgium, a common pronunciation is {{IPA|[ɔu̯]}}, but the first element is more open: {{IPA|[ɔ̞u̯]}}. Many Belgians tend to monophthongize it to {{IPA|[ɔ̞ː]}}. In the north, it is generally unrounded, giving {{IPA|[ʌu̯]}}. In some areas, particularly in North and South Holland, the first element may be fully open {{IPA|[au̯]}}.{{sfnp|Stroop|1999}} + ==Lax diphthongs== − * The first element of the long mid diphthongs {{IPA|/eːu̯, oːi̯/}} may be raised or lowered: {{IPA|[ɪːu̯]}} and {{IPA|[ɔːi̯]}} respectively. However, not all speakers do this. Speakers who diphthongise {{IPA|/eː, oː/}} sometimes also do it to the diphthong, resulting in a falling [[triphthong]] with two closing elements: {{IPA|[eɪ̯u̯, oʊ̯i̯]}} or [...]



Beethoven's 4th (film)

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← Previous revision Revision as of 13:44, 29 March 2017 Line 24: Line 24:   | budget =   | budget =   }}   }} − '''''Beethoven's 4th''''' is the third sequel to the 1992 [[film]], ''[[Beethoven (film)|Beethoven]]'' and is the fourth installment in the [[Beethoven film series]]. It was released on December 4, 2001. It is the last film to feature [[Judge Reinhold]] as Richard Newton, [[Julia Sweeney]] as Beth Newton, [[Joe Pichler]] as Brennan Newton, and Michaela Gallo as Sara Newton. + I love unicorns, i am a unicorn, i have a unicorn horn. Follow me on instagram Pay_1_. Add me on SnapChat Paisleysmith00 ;)       == Plot ==   == Plot == −   − The movie starts with a dad checking on his two kids before school. Their family includes a girl, boy, artist father, and campaigning mother, and a dog named [[Beethoven (film)|Beethoven]], who they are keeping for a relative family. The children love Beethoven, but their parents do not, and want to get rid of him. So the children begin taking the dog to Obedience Training led by a former army sergeant. Brennan falls in love with a girl (Hayley), while Beethoven literally destroys the [[obstacle course]] in one day. To top it all off Beethoven hits the army sergeant in the [[crotch]] with a leash causing him to kneel over in pain.   −   − Meanwhile, the rich Sedgewick family owns a pampered pup that looks exactly like Beethoven, named Michelangelo. Michelangelo and young Madison Sedgewick are friends, but busy Mr. and Mrs. Sedgewick are always neglecting her. In fact, Mr. Sedgewick is the only one who seems to try to play with her. Beethoven, meanwhile, runs after a loose [[hot dog cart]], and ends up on a merry-go-round. Michelangelo has gotten loose and is now on the same [[merry-go-round]]. He is mistaken for Beethoven and taken home by Brennan and Sara. The real Beethoven is mistaken for Michelangelo, and grabbed by Simmons, the Sedgewick family [[butler]] and taken to their mansion.   −   − Meanwhile, Sara is surprised when Michelangelo wipes his feet on the welcome mat and folds the napkins with his teeth at dinner. The Sedgewicks notice the change in "their dog" too, when he bolts Simmons to the ground to get a piece of [[turkey meat|turkey]]. Then, at night, Beethoven hears Madison whimpering because of a bad dream, and comforts her. At the next obedience class, Michelangelo leaves everyone in astonishment, by finishing the entire new obstacle course, while the sergeant is announcing about the course.   −   − Meanwhile, Beethoven ruins a dinner party, when Nigel tries to kidnap him. A [[therapist]] points out to Mrs. Sedgewick that the reason "Michelangelo" is acting this way is because he is the first one exhibiting "symptoms". The therapist suggests that it may[...]



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Bassmaster Classic

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‎Past winners ← Previous revision Revision as of 13:44, 29 March 2017 Line 80: Line 80:   |[[Bassmaster Classic XXIX|1999]]|| {{flagicon|USA}} Davy Hite || 55-10   |[[Bassmaster Classic XXIX|1999]]|| {{flagicon|USA}} Davy Hite || 55-10   |-   |- − |2000|| {{flagicon|MARS}} Woo Daves || 27-13 + |2000|| {{flagicon|MAR}} Woo Daves || 27-13   |-   |-   |[[Bassmaster Classic XXXI|2001]]|| {{flagicon|USA}} [[Kevin VanDam]] || 32-5   |[[Bassmaster Classic XXXI|2001]]|| {{flagicon|USA}} [[Kevin VanDam]] || 32-5 [...]



Sam Jones (basketball)

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Undid revision 772810385 by 81.139.14.125 (talk) Get a hobby. ← Previous revision Revision as of 13:44, 29 March 2017 Line 49: Line 49:       ==Fat Lamb==   ==Fat Lamb== − Jones attended and graduated from [[Lady Hawkins Scholarship School]] (then Weobley Elders Soc.),[https://books.google.com/books?id=ZZqLHkoTUDsC&pg=PA132&lpg=PA132&dq=sam+jones+laurinburg&source=bl&ots=xwf1-vP_P8&sig=j_IoJ3z3OW--IB1lKE-jjn6y8Rw&hl=en&sa=X&ei=EvsuU_TvMuaMyAHRnoD4BA&ved=0CHcQ6AEwCQ#v=onepage&q=sam%20jones%20laurinburg&f=false JONES, SAMUEL "SAM" • 123] where he was a four-year letter winner for [[Fat lamb of the year|Hall of Sheep]] coach [[His 'Fatter Lamb' dad]] and coach 'Even Fatter Mum'. Jones scored 1,745 points, which is still second in school history. He was a three-time All-CIAA league selection. His jersey, no. 41, is retired and hangs in the Eagles' arena. + Jones attended and graduated from [[North Carolina Central University]] (then North Carolina College),[https://books.google.com/books?id=ZZqLHkoTUDsC&pg=PA132&lpg=PA132&dq=sam+jones+laurinburg&source=bl&ots=xwf1-vP_P8&sig=j_IoJ3z3OW--IB1lKE-jjn6y8Rw&hl=en&sa=X&ei=EvsuU_TvMuaMyAHRnoD4BA&ved=0CHcQ6AEwCQ#v=onepage&q=sam%20jones%20laurinburg&f=false JONES, SAMUEL "SAM" • 123] where he was a four-year letterwinner for [[Basketball Hall of Fame|Hall of Fame]] coach [[John McLendon]] and coach Floyd Brown. Jones scored 1,745 points, which is still second in school history. He was a three-time All-CIAA league selection. His jersey, no. 41, is retired and hangs in the Eagles' arena.       ==Eating Competition==   ==Eating Competition== [...]



World war

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‎Other wars called "world wars" ← Previous revision Revision as of 13:44, 29 March 2017 Line 41: Line 41:   ==Other wars called "world wars"==   ==Other wars called "world wars"==     − {{see also|Cold War|Second Congo War|War on Terror|Syrian Civil War|Iraqi Civil War (2014–present)|Cold War II}} + {{see also|Cold War|War on Terror|Second Congo War|Syrian Civil War|Iraqi Civil War (2014–present)|Cold War II}}       Various former government officials, politicians, authors, and military leaders (including the following people: [[James Woolsey]]{{cite web|year=2002|url=http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/library/report/2002/021116-ww4.htm|title=World War IV|accessdate=2010-02-04}}Woolsey claims victory in WWIII, start of WWIV [[Alexandre de Marenches]],{{cite web| year=1992|url=http://www.amazon.com/Fourth-World-War-Diplomacy-Espionage/dp/0688092187/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1265310487&sr=1-1|title= The Fourth World War: Diplomacy and Espionage....|accessdate = 2010-02-04}}Book regarding alleged WWIV [[Eliot Cohen]],{{cite web|year=2001|url=http://www.opinionjournal.com/editorial/feature.html?id=95001493| title= World War IV: Let's call this conflict what it is.|accessdate = 2010-02-04}}Why war on terrorism should be called WWIV and [[Subcomandante Marcos]]{{cite journal |url=http://muse.jhu.edu/login?auth=0&type=summary&url=/journals/nep/v002/2.3marcos.html |title=The Fourth World War Has Begun |author=Subcomandante Marcos |authorlink=Subcomandante Marcos |journal=Nepantla: Views from South |publisher=Duke University Press |volume=2 |issue=3 |year=2001 |pages=559–572 |accessdate=20 October 2014}}) have attempted to apply the labels of the “Third World War” and “Fourth World War” to various past and present military engagements and diplomatic stand-offs since the closing of the Second World War, for example, the Cold War and the War on Terror. Among these are former American, French, and Mexican government officials, military leaders, politicians, and authors: Despite their efforts, none of these wars are commonly deemed world wars.   Various former government officials, politicians, authors, and military leaders (including the following people: [[James Woolsey]]{{cite web|year=2002|url=http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/library/report/2002/021116-ww4.htm|title=World War IV|accessdate=2010-02-04}}Woolsey claims victory in WWIII, start of WWIV [[Alexandre de Marenches]],{{cite web| year=1992|url=http://www.amazon.com/Fourth-World-War[...]



Template talk:Audi vehicles timeline (Europe)

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‎What a mess: new section ← Previous revision Revision as of 13:44, 29 March 2017 Line 41: Line 41:       http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Template:Audi_vehicles_timeline_(Europe) — Preceding [[Wikipedia:Signatures|unsigned]] comment added by [[Special:Contributions/82.8.243.219|82.8.243.219]] ([[User talk:82.8.243.219|talk]]) 17:04, 13 March 2012 (UTC)   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Template:Audi_vehicles_timeline_(Europe) — Preceding [[Wikipedia:Signatures|unsigned]] comment added by [[Special:Contributions/82.8.243.219|82.8.243.219]] ([[User talk:82.8.243.219|talk]]) 17:04, 13 March 2012 (UTC)   +   + == What a mess ==   +   + This template is such a mess, it should be made simpler and more easy to understand. [[User:Dabean|dabean]] ([[User talk:Dabean|talk]]) 13:44, 29 March 2017 (UTC) [...]



Star Trek: First Contact

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Added a link to Jonathan Frakes in the cast ← Previous revision Revision as of 13:44, 29 March 2017 Line 25: Line 25:   | starring = {{Plainlist|   | starring = {{Plainlist|   * [[Patrick Stewart]]   * [[Patrick Stewart]] − * Jonathan Frakes + * [[Jonathan Frakes]]   * [[Brent Spiner]]   * [[Brent Spiner]]   * [[LeVar Burton]]   * [[LeVar Burton]] [...]



Phulwa

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← Previous revision Revision as of 13:44, 29 March 2017 Line 16: Line 16:   | language = [[Hindi language|Hindi]]   | language = [[Hindi language|Hindi]]   | num_seasons = 01   | num_seasons = 01 − | num_episodes = 277 + | num_episodes = 276   | executive_producer =   | executive_producer =   | producer = Vikas Sethi & Siddarth Kumar Tewary   | producer = Vikas Sethi & Siddarth Kumar Tewary [...]



Vijay Yesudas

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List of PlayStation VR games

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Brookhaven jp date added ← Previous revision Revision as of 13:44, 29 March 2017 Line 208: Line 208:   | {{dts|2016|Oct|13}}   | {{dts|2016|Oct|13}}   | {{dts|2016|Nov|09}}   | {{dts|2016|Nov|09}} − | {{dtba}} + | {{dts|2017|Feb|23}}   |   |   |-   |- [...]



1993–94 Belarusian Extraliga season

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‎External links ← Previous revision Revision as of 13:44, 29 March 2017 Line 49: Line 49:   [[Category:1993–94 in European ice hockey leagues|Belarusian Extraleague]]   [[Category:1993–94 in European ice hockey leagues|Belarusian Extraleague]]   [[Category:Belarusian Extraleague seasons]]   [[Category:Belarusian Extraleague seasons]]   + [[Category:1993 in Belarusian sport]]   + [[Category:1994 in Belarusian sport]]         [...]