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Pennsylvania Route 611

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‎Philadelphia County: fix name of railroad line ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:16, 23 July 2017 Line 41: Line 41:   Following this interchange, PA 611 narrows to a four-lane divided road and passes through [[Marconi Plaza, Philadelphia|Marconi Plaza]] before intersecting Oregon Avenue and Moyamensing Avenue. The route continues north on Broad Street, a four-lane road with alternating divided and undivided stretches, through urban residential and commercial areas in South Philadelphia, passing to the west of [[Methodist Hospital (Philadelphia)|Methodist Hospital]] between Ritner and Wolf streets and passing to the east of Kindred Hospital South Philadelphia between Passyunk Avenue/McKean Street and Mifflin Street. Farther north, the road crosses [[Washington Avenue (Philadelphia)|Washington Avenue]] and [[South Street (Philadelphia)|South Street]], at which point it heads into [[Center City Philadelphia]]. Here, the route widens to a six-lane divided highway and becomes the [[Avenue of the Arts (Philadelphia)|Avenue of the Arts]], passing commercial development and high-rise buildings, including several theatres. The road passes to the east of the [[Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts]] at the Spruce Street intersection and the [[Academy of Music (Philadelphia)|Academy of Music]] at the Locust Street intersection. The route crosses [[Walnut Street (Philadelphia)|Walnut Street]] and [[Chestnut Street (Philadelphia)|Chestnut Street]] before it comes to Penn Square, a square-shaped [[traffic circle]] that runs around [[Philadelphia City Hall]] which is formed by South Penn Square to the south, Juniper Street to the east, John F. Kennedy Boulevard to the north, and 15th Street to the west. At Penn Square, PA 611 intersects [[Market Street (Philadelphia)|Market Street]] along with the eastern terminus of [[Pennsylvania Route 3|PA 3]], which is routed on the [[one-way pair]] of Market Street eastbound and John F. Kennedy Boulevard westbound.{{google maps|url=http://goo.gl/maps/NhR0W|title=overview of Pennsylvania Route 611|accessdate=September 7, 2014}}{{cite map|publisher=[[Pennsylvania Department of Transportation|PennDOT]]|title=Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania Highway Map|url=http://www.dot7.state.pa.us/BPR_pdf_files/Maps/GHS/Roadnames/Philadelphia_GHSN.PDF|year=2015|accessdate=January 17, 2016}}   Following this interchange, PA 611 narrows to a four-lane divided road and passes through [[Marconi Plaza, Philadelphia|Marconi Plaza]] before intersecting Oregon Avenue and Moyamensing Avenue. The route continues north on Broad Street, a four-lane road with alternating divided and undivided stretches, through urban residential and commercial areas in South Philadelphia, passing to the west of [[Methodist Hospital (Philadelphia)|Methodist Hospital]] between Ritner and Wolf streets and passing to the east of Kindred Hospital South Philadelphia between Passyunk Avenue/McKean Street and Mifflin Street. Farther north, the road crosses [[Washington Avenue (Philadelphia)|Washington Avenue]] and [[South Street (Philadelphia)|South Street]], at which point it heads into [[Center City Philadelphia]]. Here, the route widens to a six-lane divided highway and becomes the [[Avenue of the Arts (Philadelphia)|Avenue of the Arts]], passing commercial development and high-rise buildings, including several theatres. The road passes to the east of the [[Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts]] at the Spruce Street intersection and the [[Academy of Music (Philadelphia)|Academy of Music]] at the Locust Street intersection. The route crosses [[Walnut Street (Philadelphia)|Walnut Street]] and [[Chestnut Street (Philadelphia)|Chestnut Street]] before it comes to Penn Square, a square-shaped [[traffic circle]] that runs around [[Philadelphia City Hall]] which is formed by South Penn Square to the south, Juniper Street to the east, John F. Kennedy Boulevard to the north, and 15th Street to the west. At[...]



Inline function

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‎C++ ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:16, 23 July 2017 Line 74: Line 74:       === C++ ===   === C++ === − In C++, a function defined inline will, if required, emit a function shared among compilation units, typically by putting it into the common section of the object file for which it is needed. The function must have the same definition everywhere, always with the inline qualifier. In C++, extern inline is the same as inline. The rationale for the C++ approach is that it is the most convenient way for the programmer, since no special precautions for dead code elimination must be taken and, like ordinary functions, it makes no difference whether extern is specified or not. + In C++, a function defined inline will, if required, emit a function shared among compilation units, typically by putting it into the common section of the object file for which it is needed. The function must have the same definition everywhere, always with the inline qualifier. In C++, extern inline is the same as inline. The rationale for the C++ approach is that it is the most convenient way for the programmer, since no special precautions for dead code elimination must be taken and, like ordinary functions, it makes no difference whether extern is specified or not. Further, it is similar to the traditional behavior of Unix C compilers for multiple definitions of uninitalized global variables without extern, see the gcc manual page on -fno-common.       The inline qualifier is automatically added to a function defined as part of a class definition.   The inline qualifier is automatically added to a function defined as part of a class definition. [...]



Royal Academy of Engineering

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‎Awards and Prizes: added link ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:16, 23 July 2017 Line 129: Line 129:       == Awards and Prizes ==   == Awards and Prizes == − With the support of the [[Worshipful Company of Engineers]], the Academy manages the annual Royal Academy of Engineering [[MacRobert Award]], the premier prize for UK innovation in engineering. First presented in 1969, the award honours the winning company with a gold medal and the team members with a prize of £50,000. + * With the support of the [[Worshipful Company of Engineers]], the Academy manages the annual Royal Academy of Engineering [[MacRobert Award]], the premier prize for UK innovation in engineering. First presented in 1969, the award honours the winning company with a gold medal and the team members with a prize of £50,000. − + * The Academy manages the day-to-day running of the [[Queen Elizabeth Prize|Queen Elizabeth Prize, for Engineering]]. The QEPrize is an international, £1 million engineering prize that "rewards and celebrates the engineers responsible for a ground-breaking innovation that has been of global benefit to humanity". The objective of the prize is to "raise the public profile of engineering and to inspire young people to become engineers".[http://www.raeng.org.uk/grants-and-prizes/prizes-and-medals/other-awards/queen-elizabeth-prize-for-engineering Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering - Royal Academy of Engineering] − The Academy also manage the day-to-day running of the [[Queen Elizabeth Prize|Queen Elizabeth Prize, for Engineering]]. The QEPrize is an international, £1 million engineering prize that "rewards and celebrates the engineers responsible for a ground-breaking innovation that has been of global benefit to humanity". The objective of the prize is to "raise the public profile of engineering and to inspire young people to become engineers".[http://www.raeng.org.uk/grants-and-prizes/prizes-and-medals/other-awards/queen-elizabeth-prize-for-engineering Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering - Royal Academy of Engineering] + * The Academy's Sir George Macfarlane Medal is an annual award that "recognises a UK engineer who has demonstrated excellence in the early stage of their career".[http://www.raeng.org.uk/grants-and-prizes/prizes-and-medals/individual-awards/sir-george-mac-farlane-award] − + * The [[President's Medal (Royal Academy of Engineering)|President's Medal]] − The Academy's [http://www.raeng.org.uk/grants-and-prizes/prizes-and-medals/individual-awards/sir-george-mac-farlane-award Sir George Macfarlane Medal] is an annual award that "recognises a UK engineer who has demonstrated excellence in the early stage of their career".         ==See also==   ==See also== [...]



User talk:Yamla

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‎How do I restore the page you deleted: follow-up after one month ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:16, 23 July 2017 Line 57: Line 57:   :::::::::::::The problem is, you are asking for those edits to be restored. Practically speaking, that's the same as redoing those edits yourself. So no. Please keep editing pages unrelated to Bliss Media. --[[User:Yamla|Yamla]] ([[User talk:Yamla#top|talk]]) 21:39, 11 June 2017 (UTC)   :::::::::::::The problem is, you are asking for those edits to be restored. Practically speaking, that's the same as redoing those edits yourself. So no. Please keep editing pages unrelated to Bliss Media. --[[User:Yamla|Yamla]] ([[User talk:Yamla#top|talk]]) 21:39, 11 June 2017 (UTC)   ::::::::::::::If you say so. Pls enjoy this new page [[Film censorship in China]] that I just created and am working on. [[User:Supermann|Supermann]] ([[User talk:Supermann|talk]]) 02:41, 12 June 2017 (UTC)   ::::::::::::::If you say so. Pls enjoy this new page [[Film censorship in China]] that I just created and am working on. [[User:Supermann|Supermann]] ([[User talk:Supermann|talk]]) 02:41, 12 June 2017 (UTC)   + ::::::::::::::Hope you have been well. You got a chance to read the film censorship article? Any possibility that I might get a parole like OJ did, based on IP addresses and contributions? You had said you would be willing to undelete back on 22:28, 17 May 2017 (UTC). I'll continue to stay away from the undeleted article. Many thanks. [[User:Supermann|Supermann]] ([[User talk:Supermann|talk]]) 23:16, 23 July 2017 (UTC)       ===Thanks===   ===Thanks=== [...]



Garth View

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Created page with ''''Garth View''' may refer to: *A hillside of the Garth Hill in South Wales composed of the communities of Llantwit Fardre and Pentyrch *A locality...'

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'''Garth View''' may refer to:

*A hillside of the [[Garth Hill]] in South Wales composed of the communities of [[Llantwit Fardre]] and [[Pentyrch]]
*A locality in [[Bedwas]], [[Caerphilly]] in South Wales
*A historic cottage in [[Bolton]]

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GRESC Samba é Nosso

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Bombay (disambiguation)

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‎Transport ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:16, 23 July 2017 Line 34: Line 34:       ==Transport==   ==Transport== − * Bombay, a [[New Zealand Company ships#Bombay|New Zeland Company]] chartered sailing ship that bought immigrants to Wellington, New Zealand in 1840 + * [[Bombay (ships)]], the name a several ships   * The [[Bristol Bombay]], a British bomber aircraft named after the Indian city   * The [[Bristol Bombay]], a British bomber aircraft named after the Indian city   * {{HMS|Bombay}}, the name of several Royal Navy ships   * {{HMS|Bombay}}, the name of several Royal Navy ships [...]



Moynihan

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‎People ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:16, 23 July 2017 Line 23: Line 23:   *[[Samantha Moynihan]], a prominent market research thought leader   *[[Samantha Moynihan]], a prominent market research thought leader   *[[Tim Moynihan]] (1907–1952), American football player and college sports coach   *[[Tim Moynihan]] (1907–1952), American football player and college sports coach − Andrew P. Moynihan (1951 - ), Irish digger driver and farmer. Local legend. + *[[Andrew P. Moynihan]] (born 1951 ), Irish digger driver and farmer. Local legend.       ==See also==   ==See also== [...]



Andrea Savage

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‎Early life ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:16, 23 July 2017 Line 16: Line 16:       ==Early life==   ==Early life== − Savage was born in [[Santa Monica, California]]. She [[Graduation|graduated]] from [[Cornell University]] where she majored in government with a [[Academic minor|minor]] in law studies. She was a member of the [[Groundlings]] Theatre. She has performed [[stand-up comedy]] at [[The Improv]], [[The Comedy Store]], [[The Ice House (comedy club)|The Ice House]] and other venues around Los Angeles. + Savage was born in [[Santa Monica, California]]. She [[Graduation|graduated]] from [[Cornell University]] where she majored in government with a [[Academic minor|minor]] in law studies. She has performed [[stand-up comedy]] at [[The Improv]], [[The Comedy Store]], [[The Ice House (comedy club)|The Ice House]] and other venues around Los Angeles.       ==Career==   ==Career== [...]



List of Freedom Press Books

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Frank Carlson

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tweaked; tagged; rv blatant OR, POV ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:16, 23 July 2017 Line 14: Line 14:   |successor1 = [[Frank Lausche]]   |successor1 = [[Frank Lausche]]   |order2 = 30th [[Governor of Kansas]]   |order2 = 30th [[Governor of Kansas]] − |lieutenat2 = [[Frank L. Hagaman]] + |lieutenant2 = [[Frank L. Hagaman]]   |term_start2 = January 13, 1947   |term_start2 = January 13, 1947   |term_end2 = November 28, 1950   |term_end2 = November 28, 1950 Line 26: Line 26:   |successor3 = [[Wint Smith]]   |successor3 = [[Wint Smith]]   |birth_date = {{birth date|1893|1|23}}   |birth_date = {{birth date|1893|1|23}} − |birth_place = {{nowrap|near [[Concordia, Kansas]], [[United States|U.S.]]}} + |birth_place = [[Cloud County, Kansas]], U.S.   |death_date = {{death date and age|1987|5|30|1893|1|23}}   |death_date = {{death date and age|1987|5|30|1893|1|23}} − |death_place = [[Concordia, Kansas]], [[United States|U.S.]] + |death_place = [[Concordia, Kansas]], U.S.   |party = [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]]   |party = [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]]   |spouse = Alice Fredrickson   |spouse = Alice Fredrickson Line 38: Line 38:   |battles = [[World War I]]   |battles = [[World War I]]   }}   }}   +   '''Frank Carlson''' (January 23, 1893{{spaced ndash}}May 30, 1987) was an American [[politician]] who served as the [[List of Governors of Kansas|30th Governor of Kansas]], [[Kansas House of Representatives|Kansas State Representative]], [[United States House of Representatives|United States Representative]], and [[United States Senate|United States Senator]] from [[Kansas]]. Carlson is the only Kansan to have held all four offices. His political career spanned 40 years, beginning in November 1928 and ending in January 1969.   '''Frank Carlson''' (January 23, 1893{{spaced ndash}}May 30, 1987) was an American [[politician]] who served as the [[List of Governors of Kansas|30th Governor of Kansas]], [[Kansas House of Representatives|Kansas State Representative]], [[United States House of Representatives|United States Representative]], and [[United States Senate|United States Senator]] from [[Kansas]]. Carlson is the only Kansan to have held all four offices. His political career spanned 40 years, beginning in November 1928 and ending in January 1969.       ==Life and career==   ==Life and career== − Carlson was born in 1893 near [[Concordia, Kansas]], the son of Anna (Johannson) and Charles Eric Carlson. He attended [[Public school (government funded)|public schools]] and [[Kansas State University]] before serving in [[World War I]] as a [[Private (rank)#United States|Private]]. After the war, he returned to Concordia to farm. He was elected as a [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]] to first the [[Kansas House of Representatives]] in 1928 and then to the [[United States House of Representatives]] where he served from 1935 to 1947. + {{onesource|section}}   + Carlson was born in 1893 near [[Concordia, Kansas]], the son of Anna (Johannson) and Charles Eric Carlson. He attended [[Public school (government funded)|public schools]] and [[Kansas State University]] before serving in [[World War I]] as a [[Private (rank)#United States|Private]]. After the war, he returned to Concordia to farm. He was elected as a [[Republican Party (United [...]



Portal:Current events/2017 July 23

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added lel ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:16, 23 July 2017 Line 9: Line 9:   *[[Philippine Drug War]]   *[[Philippine Drug War]]   **In alleged [[Imitation|emulation]] of [[Philippines|Philippine]] president [[Rodrigo Duterte]]'s war on drugs, [[Indonesia]]n President [[Joko Widodo]] announces orders for police to "shoot" suspected drug dealers without trial. [https://www.theguardian.com/world/2017/jul/23/indonesia-police-ordered-to-shoot-drug-dealers-to-tackle-narcotics-emergency (''The Guardian'')]   **In alleged [[Imitation|emulation]] of [[Philippines|Philippine]] president [[Rodrigo Duterte]]'s war on drugs, [[Indonesia]]n President [[Joko Widodo]] announces orders for police to "shoot" suspected drug dealers without trial. [https://www.theguardian.com/world/2017/jul/23/indonesia-police-ordered-to-shoot-drug-dealers-to-tackle-narcotics-emergency (''The Guardian'')] − *Nine men are found dead inside a [[tractor-trailer]] parked outside a [[Walmart]] store in the [[United States|American]] city of [[San Antonio|San Antonio, Texas]] in what authorities call a case of "ruthless" [[human trafficking]]. Thirty people, many in critical condition and suffering from heat stoke and exhaustion, were removed from the non-air conditioned trailer which also lacked a water supply. [http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/07/23/bodies-found-in-trailer-in-san-antonio.html (Fox News)] [http://www.reuters.com/article/us-texas-bodies-idUSKBN1A80F5 (Reuters)] + *Nine men are found dead (lel) inside a [[tractor-trailer]] parked outside a [[Walmart]] store in the [[United States|American]] city of [[San Antonio|San Antonio, Texas]] in what authorities call a case of "ruthless" [[human trafficking]]. Thirty people, many in critical condition and suffering from heat stoke and exhaustion, were removed from the non-air conditioned trailer which also lacked a water supply. [http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/07/23/bodies-found-in-trailer-in-san-antonio.html (Fox News)] [http://www.reuters.com/article/us-texas-bodies-idUSKBN1A80F5 (Reuters)]       ;Sports   ;Sports [...]



Kaycee Nicole

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‎Aftermath: replaced: the ''New York Times'' → ''The New York Times'' using AWB ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:16, 23 July 2017 Line 62: Line 62:   Internet anger at the hoax was swift, with Van der Woning and many other supporters disclaiming Kaycee and Debbie Swenson. The local police in [[Peabody, Kansas]], were notified and soon handed off the case to the [[Federal Bureau of Investigation|FBI]] as a possible fraud. The FBI declined to further investigate after its initial acceptance of the case, stating that it had not been able to find evidence that Debbie Swenson's accepting of gifts for "Kaycee" constituted a dollar amount above their threshold for financial crimes.{{cite news|url=http://www.usatoday.com/tech/news/2001-05-31-internet-hoax-fbi.htm|title=FBI won't pursue Internet hoax|date=31 March 2001|work=[[USA Today]]|agency=[[Associated Press|AP]]|accessdate=6 May 2011}}[http://peabody.advantage-preservation.com/document/gazette-bulletin-2001-05-30-page-1 FBI declines to prosecute in 'Kaycee' internet hoax, page 1 & 2; ''Peabody Gazette-Bulletin''; 8 pages; May 30, 2001.]   Internet anger at the hoax was swift, with Van der Woning and many other supporters disclaiming Kaycee and Debbie Swenson. The local police in [[Peabody, Kansas]], were notified and soon handed off the case to the [[Federal Bureau of Investigation|FBI]] as a possible fraud. The FBI declined to further investigate after its initial acceptance of the case, stating that it had not been able to find evidence that Debbie Swenson's accepting of gifts for "Kaycee" constituted a dollar amount above their threshold for financial crimes.{{cite news|url=http://www.usatoday.com/tech/news/2001-05-31-internet-hoax-fbi.htm|title=FBI won't pursue Internet hoax|date=31 March 2001|work=[[USA Today]]|agency=[[Associated Press|AP]]|accessdate=6 May 2011}}[http://peabody.advantage-preservation.com/document/gazette-bulletin-2001-05-30-page-1 FBI declines to prosecute in 'Kaycee' internet hoax, page 1 & 2; ''Peabody Gazette-Bulletin''; 8 pages; May 30, 2001.]     − Swenson was apologetic for the hoax, but said that she believed the Kaycee character had also done some good. "A lot of people have problems," she told the ''[[New York Times]]''. "I know I helped a lot of people in a lot of different ways." + Swenson was apologetic for the hoax, but said that she believed the Kaycee character had also done some good. "A lot of people have problems," she told ''[[The New York Times]]''. "I know I helped a lot of people in a lot of different ways."       ==See also==   ==See also== [...]



Grand Tour (cycling)

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‎Most Grand Tour wins per rider ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:16, 23 July 2017 Line 387: Line 387:   | 1 ([[1968 Vuelta a España|1968]])   | 1 ([[1968 Vuelta a España|1968]])   |-   |- − | rowspan=3|10 + | rowspan=4|10   | {{flagathlete|{{sortname|Roberto|Heras}}|ESP}}   | {{flagathlete|{{sortname|Roberto|Heras}}|ESP}}   | 4   | 4 Line 405: Line 405:   | 1 ([[1995 Giro d'Italia|1995]])   | 1 ([[1995 Giro d'Italia|1995]])   | 3 ([[1992 Vuelta a España|1992]], [[1993 Vuelta a España|1993]], [[1994 Vuelta a España|1994]])   | 3 ([[1992 Vuelta a España|1992]], [[1993 Vuelta a España|1993]], [[1994 Vuelta a España|1994]])   + |-   + | '''{{flagathlete|{{sortname|Chris|Froome}}|GBR}}   + | 4   + | 4 ([[2013 Tour de France|2013]], [[2015 Tour de France|2015]], [[2016 Tour de France|2016]], [[2017 Tour de France|2017]])   + | 0   + | 0   |}   |}   *Active riders marked in bold.   *Active riders marked in bold. [...]



Jacob Jordaens

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‎Works: Add image ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:16, 23 July 2017 Line 63: Line 63:       Jordaens painted at least six other renditions of the ''Adoration of the Shepherds.'' He usually grouped these half-length figures closely together and cropped the scene so that the viewer focused their attention solely on the figures. This compositional approach sought to intensify the narrative and accentuate the characters' expression.   Jordaens painted at least six other renditions of the ''Adoration of the Shepherds.'' He usually grouped these half-length figures closely together and cropped the scene so that the viewer focused their attention solely on the figures. This compositional approach sought to intensify the narrative and accentuate the characters' expression.   +   + [[File:Jacob Jordaens - The Flight of Lot and His Family from Sodom (after Rubens) - Google Art Project.jpg|thumb|300px|Lot and his family flee from [[Sodom]], by Jacob Jordaens.]]       ===''The Satyr and the Peasant''===   ===''The Satyr and the Peasant''=== [...]



Eats, Shoots & Leaves

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‎Title ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:16, 23 July 2017 Line 42: Line 42:   "Well, I'm a panda," he says. "Look it up."   "Well, I'm a panda," he says. "Look it up."     − The waiter turns to the relevant entry in the manual and, sure enough, finds an explanation. "''Panda. Large black-and-white bear-like mammal, native to China. '''Eats, shoots and leaves.'''''"}} + The waiter turns to the relevant entry in the manual and, sure enough, finds an explanation. "''Panda. Large black-and-white bear-like mammal, native to China. '''Eats, [[shoot]]s and [[leaf|leaves]].'''''"}}         [...]



2017 Tour de France

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‎Sources ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:16, 23 July 2017 Line 806: Line 806:   {{Refbegin}}   {{Refbegin}}   * {{cite book|first=Jacques|last=Augendre|author-link=Jacques Augendre|url=http://netstorage.lequipe.fr/ASO/cyclisme/le-tour/2017/histoire/TDF17_GH_Interactif-PROD.pdf|title=Guide historique|trans-title=Historical guide|year=2017|language=French|access-date=6 July 2017|work=[[Tour de France]]|location=Paris|publisher=[[Amaury Sport Organisation]]|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20170706225845/http://netstorage.lequipe.fr/ASO/cyclisme/le-tour/2017/histoire/TDF17_GH_Interactif-PROD.pdf|archive-date=6 July 2017|dead-url=no|ref={{harvid|Augendre|2016}}}}   * {{cite book|first=Jacques|last=Augendre|author-link=Jacques Augendre|url=http://netstorage.lequipe.fr/ASO/cyclisme/le-tour/2017/histoire/TDF17_GH_Interactif-PROD.pdf|title=Guide historique|trans-title=Historical guide|year=2017|language=French|access-date=6 July 2017|work=[[Tour de France]]|location=Paris|publisher=[[Amaury Sport Organisation]]|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20170706225845/http://netstorage.lequipe.fr/ASO/cyclisme/le-tour/2017/histoire/TDF17_GH_Interactif-PROD.pdf|archive-date=6 July 2017|dead-url=no|ref={{harvid|Augendre|2016}}}} − * {{cite book|title=Roadbook|work=[[Tour de France]]|location=Paris|publisher=[[Amaury Sport Organisation]]|accessdate=17 June 2017|year=2017|ref={{harvid|''Roadbook''|2017}}}} + * {{cite book|title=Roadbook|work=[[Tour de France]]|location=Paris|publisher=[[Amaury Sport Organisation]]|year=2017|ref={{harvid|''Roadbook''|2017}}}}   * {{cite book|title=Race regulations|url=http://netstorage.lequipe.fr/ASO/cyclisme/le-tour/2017/reglement/TDF17-Reglement-INTERIEUR_FR-UK-BD.pdf|work=[[Tour de France]]|location=Paris|publisher=[[Amaury Sport Organisation]]|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20170718184206/http://netstorage.lequipe.fr/ASO/cyclisme/le-tour/2017/reglement/TDF17-Reglement-INTERIEUR_FR-UK-BD.pdf|archive-date=18 July 2017|dead-url=no|accessdate=18 July 2017|year=2017|ref={{harvid|''Race regulations''|2017}}}}   * {{cite book|title=Race regulations|url=http://netstorage.lequipe.fr/ASO/cyclisme/le-tour/2017/reglement/TDF17-Reglement-INTERIEUR_FR-UK-BD.pdf|work=[[Tour de France]]|location=Paris|publisher=[[Amaury Sport Organisation]]|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20170718184206/http://netstorage.lequipe.fr/ASO/cyclisme/le-tour/2017/reglement/TDF17-Reglement-INTERIEUR_FR-UK-BD.pdf|archive-date=18 July 2017|dead-url=no|accessdate=18 July 2017|year=2017|ref={{harvid|''Race regulations''|2017}}}}   {{Refend}}   {{Refend}} [...]



Alex Jones (radio host)

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‎Views: Who? ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:16, 23 July 2017 Line 58: Line 58:       ==Views==   ==Views== − [[File:Alex Jones NY.jpg|thumb|Jones during a [[9/11 Truth movement]] event on September 11, 2007, in [[Manhattan]]]]Mainstream sources have described Jones as a [[Conservatism in the United States|conservative]],{{cite news|url=http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/09226/990805-153.stm|work=Pittsburgh Post-Gazette|title=A nutty way of discussing health care|first=Tony|last=Norman|date=2009-08-14}} a [[Conspiracy theory|conspiracy theorist]]{{Cite journal|title=Counterknowledge, racial paranoia, and the cultic milieu: Decoding hip hop conspiracy theory|journal=Poetics|volume=39|issue=3|date=2011|author=Gosa, Travis L. |url=http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0304422X11000167|accessdate=2011-07-11|doi=10.1016/j.poetic.2011.03.003|page=187}}{{cite news|first=Louis|last=Black|title=Unknown Title|url=http://www.austinchronicle.com/gyrobase/Issue/print?oid=77891 | work=[[The Austin Chronicle]] | date=2000-07-14|accessdate=2008-05-20|quote=Jones is an articulate, sometimes hypnotic, often just annoying conspiracy theorist.}}{{cite news|first=Paul|last=Duggan|title=Austin Hears the Music And Another New Reality; In Texas Cultural Center, People Prepare to Fight Terror|url=https://pqasb.pqarchiver.com/washingtonpost/access/85990051.html?dids=85990051:85990051&FMT=ABS&FMTS=ABS:FT&date=Oct+26%2C+2001&author=Paul+Duggan&pub=The+Washington+Post&edition=&startpage=A.22&desc=Austin+Hears+the+Music+And+Another+New+Reality%3B+In+Texas+Cultural+Center%2C+People+Prepare+to+Fight+Terror|subscription=yes|newspaper=[[The Washington Post]]|page=A22|date=2001-10-26|accessdate=2008-05-20|quote=[His cable show] has made the exuberant, 27-year-old conspiracy theorist a minor celebrity in Austin.}}{{cite news |url=http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/programmes/conspiracy_files/6341851.stm|title=Conspiracy Files: 9/11 - Q&A: What really happened|accessdate=2008-05-19|date=2007-02-16|format=FAQ|publisher=BBC News|quote=Leading conspiracy theorist and broadcaster Alex Jones of infowars.com argues that ...}} and an outlet for [[Russia|pro-Russia]] propaganda. Jones has described himself as a libertarian and a [[paleoconservatism|paleoconservative]].{{cite web|title=Dark days, the Alex Jones interview |first=Rich|last=Rosell|url=http://www.digitallyobsessed.com/showinterview.php3?ID=80||date=November 27, 2006 |website=digitallyobsessed.com}} + [[File:Alex Jones NY.jpg|thumb|Jones during a [[9/11 Truth movement]] event on September 11, 2007, in [[Manhattan]]]]Mainstream sources have described Jones as a [[Conservatism in the United States|conservative]],{{cite news|url=http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/09226/990805-153.stm|work=Pittsburgh Post-Gazette|title=A nutty way of discussing health care|first=Tony|last=Norman|date=2009-08-14}} a [[Conspiracy theory|conspiracy theorist]]{{Cite journal|title=Counterknowledge,[...]



Kansai International Airport

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‎Construction ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:16, 23 July 2017 Line 83: Line 83:   In 1991, the [[Airport terminal|terminal]] construction commenced. To compensate for the sinking of the island, adjustable columns were designed to support the terminal building. These are extended by inserting thick metal plates at their bases. Government officials proposed reducing the length of the terminal to cut costs, but architect [[Renzo Piano]] insisted on keeping the terminal at its full planned length.[https://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9D0CEEDA1F39F930A35754C0A967958260 Osaka Journal; Huge Airport Has Its Wings Clipped], ''New York Times'', 3 July 1991. The airport opened in 1994.   In 1991, the [[Airport terminal|terminal]] construction commenced. To compensate for the sinking of the island, adjustable columns were designed to support the terminal building. These are extended by inserting thick metal plates at their bases. Government officials proposed reducing the length of the terminal to cut costs, but architect [[Renzo Piano]] insisted on keeping the terminal at its full planned length.[https://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9D0CEEDA1F39F930A35754C0A967958260 Osaka Journal; Huge Airport Has Its Wings Clipped], ''New York Times'', 3 July 1991. The airport opened in 1994.     − On 17 January 1995, Japan was struck by the [[Great Hanshin earthquake|Kobe earthquake]], whose [[epicenter]] was about {{convert|20|km|abbr=on}} away from KIX and killed 6,434 people on Japan's main island of [[Honshū]]. Due to its [[earthquake engineering]], the airport emerged unscathed, mostly due to the use of sliding joints. Even the glass in the windows remained intact. In 1998, the airport survived a typhoon with wind speeds of up to {{convert|200|km/h|abbr=on}}. + On 17 January 1995, Japan was struck by the [[Great Hanshin earthquake|Kobe earthquake]], whose [[epicenter]] was about {{convert|20|km|abbr=on}} away from KIX and killed 6,434 people on Japan's main island of [[Honshū]]. Due to its [[earthquake engineering]], the airport emerged unscathed, mostly due to the use of sliding joints. Even the glass in the windows remained intact. In 1998, the airport survived a typhoon with wind speeds of up to {{convert|200|km/h|abbr=on}}. {{Cn}}       On 19 April 2001, the airport was one of ten structures given the "Civil Engineering Monument of the Millennium" award by the [[American Society of Civil Engineers]].[http://www.asce.org/pressroom/news/pr041901_kansai.cfm U.S. Engineering Society names Kansai International Airport a Civil Engineering Monument of the Millennium] {{webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20091013131334/http://www.asce.org/pressroom/news/pr041901_kansai.cfm |date=13 October 2009 }} – Press release from American Society of Civil Engineers   On 19 April 2001, the airport was one of ten structures given the "Civil Engineering Monument of the Millennium" award by the [[American Society of Civil Engineers]].[http://www.asce.org/pressroom/news/pr041901_kansai.cfm U.S. Engineering Society names Kansai International Airport a Civil Engineering Monument of the Millennium] {{webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20091013131334/http://www.asce.org/pressroom/news/pr041901_kansai.cfm |date=13 October 2009 }} – Press release from American Society of Civil Engineers [...]



Bobby Taylor & the Vancouvers

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← Previous revision Revision as of 23:16, 23 July 2017 Line 5: Line 5:   | image_size =   | image_size =   | background = group_or_band   | background = group_or_band − | alias = Little Daddy & The Bachelors
Four Niggers & a Chink
Bobby Taylor & the New Vancouvers + | alias = Little Daddy & The Bachelors
Four Niggers & a Chink
Bobby Taylor & the New Vancouvers   | origin = [[Vancouver]], [[British Columbia]], [[Canada]]   | origin = [[Vancouver]], [[British Columbia]], [[Canada]]   | genre = [[rhythm and blues|R&B]], [[soul music|soul]]   | genre = [[rhythm and blues|R&B]], [[soul music|soul]] [...]



Antimafia Commission

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‎Fourth Commission ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:16, 23 July 2017 Line 60: Line 60:   ==Fourth Commission==   ==Fourth Commission==   [[Image:Luciano Violante.jpg|thumb|Luciano Violante]]   [[Image:Luciano Violante.jpg|thumb|Luciano Violante]] − The fourth Commission was installed on June 8, 1992, after the murder of judge [[Giovanni Falcone]] on May 23 and was modified after the killing of his colleague [[Paolo Borsellino]] on July 19. On September 23, [[Luciano Violante]] from the [[Democratic Party of the Left]] (Partito democratico della Sinistra, PDS) was appointed president of the Commission. Under Violante’s leadership the Commission worked for 17 months until the dissolution of Parliament in February 1994. It passed 13 reports, but its most important one was on the relations between [[the Mafia]] and politics, the so-called ''terzo livello'' (third level) of [[the Mafia]], on April 6, 1993.Jamieson, ''The Antimafia'', p. 52-60 + The fourth Commission was installed on June 8, 1992, after [[Capaci bombing|the murder]] of judge [[Giovanni Falcone]] on May 23 and was modified after [[Via D'Amelio bombing|the killing]] of his colleague [[Paolo Borsellino]] on July 19. On September 23, [[Luciano Violante]] from the [[Democratic Party of the Left]] (Partito democratico della Sinistra, PDS) was appointed president of the Commission. Under Violante’s leadership the Commission worked for 17 months until the dissolution of Parliament in February 1994. It passed 13 reports, but its most important one was on the relations between [[the Mafia]] and politics, the so-called ''terzo livello'' (third level) of [[the Mafia]], on April 6, 1993.Jamieson, ''The Antimafia'', p. 52-60       The Commission had to work in one of Italy’s most critical moment when the country’s democracy was challenged by criminal subversion by the Mafia and the [[Mani pulite]] investigation that unravelled [[Tangentopoli]] ([[Italian language|Italian]] for ''bribeville''), the [[political corruption|corruption]]-based political system that dominated [[Italy]]. Despite the political sensitive nature of the Commission’s work, Violante’s greatest achievement was that the most important reports were backed by all major parties instead, as in the past, of producing majority (government) and minority (opposition) reports on the same theme.   The Commission had to work in one of Italy’s most critical moment when the country’s democracy was challenged by criminal subversion by the Mafia and the [[Mani pulite]] investigation that unravelled [[Tangentopoli]] ([[Italian language|Italian]] for ''bribeville''), the [[political corruption|corruption]]-based political system that dominated [[Italy]]. Despite the political sensitive nature of the Commission’s work, Violante’s greatest achievement was that the most important reports were backed by all major parties instead, as in the past, of producing majority (government) and minority (opposition) reports on the same theme. [...]



Jim Irvin

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‎Discography ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:16, 23 July 2017 Line 68: Line 68:   |"One Foot"   |"One Foot"   |[[Jim Irvin|Julian Emery]], Jake Daniels and Brian Morone.   |[[Jim Irvin|Julian Emery]], Jake Daniels and Brian Morone. − |   − |-   − |"Reckless Tongue"   − |Jake Daniels and Dom Craik.     |   |   |-   |-   |"Mate"   |"Mate" − | - + |Jake Daniels and Dom Craik.   |   |   |-   |- [...]



GRESC Samba é Nosso

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Nyttend restored page GRESC Samba é Nosso (3 revisions) Vandalism




List of active Pakistan Navy ships

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removing mention of 3rd azmat class ship since it has not been commissioned yet ← Previous revision Revision as of 23:16, 23 July 2017 Line 103: Line 103:   ''1014'' PNS Dehshat[http://tribune.com.pk/story/422950/pns-dehshat-navys-second-fast-attack-craft-launched/ Pakistan Navy inducts its second Chinese-built Fast Attack Craft]   ''1014'' PNS Dehshat[http://tribune.com.pk/story/422950/pns-dehshat-navys-second-fast-attack-craft-launched/ Pakistan Navy inducts its second Chinese-built Fast Attack Craft]     − PNS ???? {{Cite web|url=http://quwa.org/2016/09/13/third-azmat-class-fast-attack-craft-will-launched-week/|title=Third Azmat-class fast attack craft will be launched on this week|website=quwa.org|access-date=2016-09-15}} + |The first two ships, PNS Azmat and PNS Dehshat were built at [[China State Shipbuilding Corporation]]. The two follow on ships are being built at [[Karachi Shipyard]].{{Cite web|url=http://www.naval-technology.com/projects/azmat-class-fast-attack-craft-missile/|title=Azmat Class Fast Attack Craft (Missile)|website=Naval Technology|access-date=2017-07-16}}{{Cite web|url=http://quwa.org/2016/09/13/third-azmat-class-fast-attack-craft-will-launched-week/|title=Third Azmat-class fast attack craft will be launched on this week|website=quwa.org|access-date=2016-09-15}} − |The first two ships, PNS Azmat and PNS Dehshat were built at [[China State Shipbuilding Corporation]]. The two follow on ships are being built at [[Karachi Shipyard]].{{Cite web|url=http://www.naval-technology.com/projects/azmat-class-fast-attack-craft-missile/|title=Azmat Class Fast Attack Craft (Missile)|website=Naval Technology|access-date=2017-07-16}}     |-   |-     [...]



2017 Little League World Series qualification

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Dream Catcher (band)

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← Previous revision Revision as of 23:16, 23 July 2017 Line 9: Line 9:   | alias =   | alias =   | origin = [[Seoul, South Korea]]   | origin = [[Seoul, South Korea]] − | genre = {{hlist|[K-pop]]|[[Rock (music)|Rock]]|[[Contemporary R&B|R&B]]}} + | genre = {{hlist|[[K-pop]]|[[Rock (music)|Rock]]|[[Contemporary R&B|R&B]]}}   | years_active = {{plainlist|   | years_active = {{plainlist|   *{{start date|2014}}–{{end date|2016}} (Minx)   *{{start date|2014}}–{{end date|2016}} (Minx) [...]



Maximilian I of Mexico

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Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex

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← Previous revision Revision as of 23:16, 23 July 2017 Line 12: Line 12:   | programmer = John Hodskinson   | programmer = John Hodskinson   | artist = James Cunliffe   | artist = James Cunliffe − | writer = + | writer = Jon Burton   | composer = [[Andy Blythe and Marten Joustra]]   | composer = [[Andy Blythe and Marten Joustra]]   | series = ''[[Crash Bandicoot]]''   | series = ''[[Crash Bandicoot]]'' [...]



2017 Oakland Athletics season

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