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Talk:Maepongsan (South Hwanghae)

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Friday the 13th (1980 film)

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In the summer of 1958 at Camp Crystal Lake, two counselors named Barry and Claudette sneak away from a campfire and into a storage barn. They prepare to have sex before an unseen assailant enters and murders them.
 
In the summer of 1958 at Camp Crystal Lake, two counselors named Barry and Claudette sneak away from a campfire and into a storage barn. They prepare to have sex before an unseen assailant enters and murders them.
   
Twenty two years later, on Friday June 13, newly hired counselor Annie Phillips asks for directions to the reopened Camp Crystal Lake. A friendly truck driver named Enos agrees to drive Annie halfway, but an elderly man, Crazy Ralph, warns her against going, believing that the camp has a "death curse". During the drive, Enos tells Annie about a young boy that drowned at Crystal Lake in 1957 and about the two murders the following year. After Enos drops her off, Annie hitches another ride from an unseen assailant, who chases her into the woods and slashes her throat.
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Twenty two years later, on Friday June 13, newly hired counselor Annie Phillips asks for directions to the reopened Camp Crystal Lake. A friendly truck driver named Enos agrees to drive Annie halfway, but an elderly man, Crazy Ralph, warns her against going, believing that the camp has a "death curse." During the drive, Enos tells Annie about a young boy that drowned at Crystal Lake in 1957 and about the two murders the following year. After Enos drops her off, Annie hitches another ride from an unseen assailant, who chases her into the woods and slashes her throat.
   
At the camp, counselors Ned, Jack, Bill, Marcie, Brenda, and [[Alice (Friday the 13th)|Alice]], along with the owner Steve Christy, refurbish the cabins and facilities. As a thunderstorm approaches, Steve leaves the campground to stock supplies. Soon after, Ned sees someone walk into one of the cabins, and follows. As Jack and Marcie have sex in one of the cabin's bunk beds, they are unaware of Ned's body directly above them, his throat slit. Soon after, Jack is killed when his throat is pierced by an arrow from beneath the bed, and the killer murders Marcie by slamming an axe into her face. Brenda hears a child's voice calling for help and ventures outside her cabin to the archery range, only for the range lights to turn on as she is attacked off-screen. Eventually, Steve returns to the camp and is killed.
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At the camp, counselors Ned, Jack, Bill, Marcie, Brenda, and [[Alice (Friday the 13th)|Alice]], along with the owner Steve Christy, refurbish the cabins and facilities. As a thunderstorm approaches, Steve leaves the campground to stock supplies. Soon after, Ned sees someone walk into one of the cabins, and Ned follows. As Jack and Marcie have sex in one of the cabin's bunk beds, they are unaware of Ned's body directly above them, his throat slit. Soon after, Jack is killed when his throat is pierced by an arrow from beneath the bed, and the killer murders Marcie by slamming an axe into her face. Brenda hears a child's voice calling for help and ventures outside her cabin to the archery range, only for the range lights to turn on as she is attacked off-screen. Eventually, Steve returns to the camp and is killed.
   
 
Alice and Bill are worried by their friends' disappearances, and they leave the main cabin to investigate, only to discover a bloody axe in Brenda's bed, the phones disconnected, and the cars inoperable. When the power goes out, Bill goes to check on the generator. Alice then heads out to look for him. Upon finding Bill's body impaled with arrows to the generator room's door, she flees back to the main cabin to hide only to be traumatized further when Brenda's body is thrown through the window.
 
Alice and Bill are worried by their friends' disappearances, and they leave the main cabin to investigate, only to discover a bloody axe in Brenda's bed, the phones disconnected, and the cars inoperable. When the power goes out, Bill goes to check on the generator. Alice then heads out to look for him. Upon finding Bill's body impaled with arrows to the generator room's door, she flees back to the main cabin to hide only to be traumatized further when Brenda's body is thrown through the window.
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Alice sees a vehicle pull up; thinking it is Steve, she rushes outside. Instead, she is greeted by a middle-aged woman named [[Pamela Voorhees|Mrs. Voorhees]], who says she is an old friend of Steve's. As Alice brings her inside, Voorhees reveals that her son [[Jason Voorhees|Jason]] was the boy who drowned in 1957; she blames his death on the counselors who were supposed to be watching him but instead were having sex, not paying attention to Jason's drowning. Revealing herself as the killer, Mrs. Voorhees turns violent and rushes toward Alice with a bowie knife. A chase ensues, in which Mrs. Voorhees attempts to kill Alice. Alice finds Annie's body inside Mrs. Voorhees's car and Steve's body hanging from the roof. Following a confrontation in which Mrs. Voorhees is knocked out, Alice escapes to the shore. Just as she begins to relax, Mrs. Voorhees finds her and attempts to kill her again. During the final struggle, Alice decapitates her with a [[machete]]. Afterward, a traumatized Alice boards and falls asleep inside a canoe, which floats out on Crystal Lake.
 
Alice sees a vehicle pull up; thinking it is Steve, she rushes outside. Instead, she is greeted by a middle-aged woman named [[Pamela Voorhees|Mrs. Voorhees]], who says she is an old friend of Steve's. As Alice brings her inside, Voorhees reveals that her son [[Jason Voorhees|Jason]] was the boy who drowned in 1957; she blames his death on the counselors who were supposed to be watching him but instead were having sex, not paying attention to Jason's drowning. Revealing herself as the killer, Mrs. Voorhees turns violent and rushes toward Alice with a bowie knife. A chase ensues, in which Mrs. Voorhees attempts to kill Alice. Alice finds Annie's body inside Mrs. Voorhees's car and Steve's body hanging from the roof. Following a confrontation in which Mrs. Voorhees is knocked out, Alice escapes to the shore. Just as she begins to relax, Mrs. Voorhees finds her and attempts to kill her again. During the final struggle, Alice decapitates her with a [[machete]]. Afterward, a traumatized Alice boards and falls asleep inside a canoe, which floats out on Crystal Lake.
   
Just as Alice awakens and sees police arriving, Jason's decomposing body suddenly emerges and drags her underwater. She then awakens in a hospital, where a police officer and medical staff tend to her. When she asks about Jason, the officer says that there was no sign of any boy; Alice says, "He's still there", as the lake is shown at peace.
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Just as Alice awakens and sees police arriving, Jason's decomposing body suddenly emerges and drags her underwater. She then awakens in a hospital, where a police officer and medical staff tend to her. When she asks about Jason, the officer says that there was no sign of any boy. Alice says, "He's still there," as the lake is shown at peace.
   
 
==Cast==
 
==Cast==

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Maepongsan (South Hwanghae)

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'''Maepongsan''' is a mountain of [[North Korea]]. It has an elevation of 197 metres<ref>{{cite book| last=An Gyeong-ho | year=2007| title=한국 300 명산 (300 Korean Mountains) |location=Seoul|publisher=깊은솔 (Gipeunsol)|isbn=978-89-89917-21-2}}</ref>

==See also==
*[[List of mountains of Korea]]

==References==
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Mary Tudor, Queen of France

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On the 20th of July 1533, a delegation from France joined the English delegation for the lavish funeral ceremony. Her daughter Frances was chief mourner, accompanied by her husband and siblings. Mary's husband and her brother the king did not attend.
 
On the 20th of July 1533, a delegation from France joined the English delegation for the lavish funeral ceremony. Her daughter Frances was chief mourner, accompanied by her husband and siblings. Mary's husband and her brother the king did not attend.
   
The funeral procession included 100 torch bearers, clergy carrying the cross, six horses pulling the hearse, other nobility and 100 of the duke's yeomen. The next day, followed a requiem mass and burial at [[Bury St. Edmunds Abbey]]. <ref>https://www.tudorsociety.com/25-june-1533-the-death-of-mary-tudor-queen-of-france/</ref>After the death of Mary Tudor, her step-daughters, Anne and Mary, pushed themselves to the head of the funeral cortege just before the coffin was lowered into the crypt of the Abbey of St Edmundsbury, much to the consternation of their half-siblings<ref>Chapman, p.212</ref>.
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The funeral procession included 100 torch bearers, clergy carrying the cross, six horses pulling the hearse, other nobility and 100 of the duke's yeomen. The next day, followed a requiem mass and burial at [[Bury St. Edmunds Abbey]].<ref>https://www.tudorsociety.com/25-june-1533-the-death-of-mary-tudor-queen-of-france/</ref> After the death of Mary Tudor, her step-daughters, Anne and Mary, pushed themselves to the head of the funeral cortege just before the coffin was lowered into the crypt of the Abbey of St Edmundsbury, much to the consternation of their half-siblings.<ref>Chapman, p.212</ref>
   
 
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=== Remains ===

Albion Ferry

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Originally operated by the Ministry of Highways as part of their inland ferry services, a single vessel – M.V. ''T'Lagunna'' – provided service every hour between 1:00 AM to 6:00 AM and every 30 minutes during the rest of the day. It ran continuously when there were overloads.{{citation needed|date=June 2012}}. Named for the [[Halqemeylem]] name for the [[Golden Ears (peaks)|Golden Ears]],{{citation needed|date=June 2012}} it had originally served the communities of [[Agassiz, British Columbia|Agassiz]] and [[Rosedale, Chilliwack|Rosedale]] as M.V. ''Agassiz''.<ref>{{cite web | url=http://www.pbase.com/ed_whitebone/image/61891075/original | title=Former River Ferry | quote=Gerald Roberts: This ferry was the Albion crossing vessel on the Fraser. Built 1931 as the AGASSIZ, later changed to T.LAGUNNA and finally INLET NAVIGATOR. I converted this ferry into a freight carrier, working out of BELLA COOLA servicing OCEAN FALLS, KLEMTU, BELLA BELLA, SHEARWATER, NAMU and return. The ramp is from B.C. ferries crane Coast guard. Vessel had props & rudders both ends very cranky to manoeuvre. Last seen Allied being converted into a barge. | date=December 21, 2011 | accessdate=June 28, 2012}}</ref> Built in 1931, it had a vehicle capacity of just 16 cars.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.canada.com/story.html?id=0f8eafd4-3b33-4e26-8537-31f35cb3a8bb |title=Final sailing |date=July 31, 2009 |accessdate=June 28, 2012 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20140809195140/http://www.canada.com/story.html?id=0f8eafd4-3b33-4e26-8537-31f35cb3a8bb |archivedate=August 9, 2014 }}</ref> Tolls of 40 cents per car and driver, and 10 cents per additional passenger, were initially charged{{citation needed|date=June 2012}} but these were removed on February 15, 1972,<ref>{{cite hansard |title=Speech from the Throne | jurisdiction=Province of British Columbia | house=Legislative Assembly | speaker=Hunter B Vogel | date=January 28, 1972 | page=153 | url=http://www.leg.bc.ca/hansard/29th3rd/29p_03s_720128p.htm#00153}}</ref> and the service remained free thereafter. In 1978, after many years of complaints about safety and reliability<ref>{{cite hansard |title=Estimates: Department of Highways | jurisdiction=Province of British Columbia | house=Legislative Assembly | speaker=GS Wallace | date=June 9, 1975 | page=3207 | url=http://www.leg.bc.ca/hansard/30th5th/30p_05s_750609a.htm#03207}}</ref> another ferry – M.V. ''Kulleet'' – was put into service alongside ''T'Lagunna''. In 1985, ''Kulleet's'' sister ship, M.V. ''Klatawa'' replaced ''T'Lagunna'',<ref name="sather"/> which was kept as a spare until 1986. Both ''Kulleet'' and ''Klatawa'' had previously been servicing short routes in the [[Gulf Islands]]. ''T'Lagunna'' was sold for use as a cargo barge, and eventually sank in Howe Sound; it was salvaged in 2011.<ref>{{cite news | title=The T'Lagunna rising | author=Rebecca Aldous | url=http://www.squamishchief.com/article/20111216/SQUAMISH0101/312169947/-1/squamish0101/the-tlagunna-rising | newspaper=The Squamish Chief | location=[[Squamish, British Columbia]] | date=December 16, 2011 | accessdate=June 28, 2012}}</ref>
 
Originally operated by the Ministry of Highways as part of their inland ferry services, a single vessel – M.V. ''T'Lagunna'' – provided service every hour between 1:00 AM to 6:00 AM and every 30 minutes during the rest of the day. It ran continuously when there were overloads.{{citation needed|date=June 2012}}. Named for the [[Halqemeylem]] name for the [[Golden Ears (peaks)|Golden Ears]],{{citation needed|date=June 2012}} it had originally served the communities of [[Agassiz, British Columbia|Agassiz]] and [[Rosedale, Chilliwack|Rosedale]] as M.V. ''Agassiz''.<ref>{{cite web | url=http://www.pbase.com/ed_whitebone/image/61891075/original | title=Former River Ferry | quote=Gerald Roberts: This ferry was the Albion crossing vessel on the Fraser. Built 1931 as the AGASSIZ, later changed to T.LAGUNNA and finally INLET NAVIGATOR. I converted this ferry into a freight carrier, working out of BELLA COOLA servicing OCEAN FALLS, KLEMTU, BELLA BELLA, SHEARWATER, NAMU and return. The ramp is from B.C. ferries crane Coast guard. Vessel had props & rudders both ends very cranky to manoeuvre. Last seen Allied being converted into a barge. | date=December 21, 2011 | accessdate=June 28, 2012}}</ref> Built in 1931, it had a vehicle capacity of just 16 cars.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.canada.com/story.html?id=0f8eafd4-3b33-4e26-8537-31f35cb3a8bb |title=Final sailing |date=July 31, 2009 |accessdate=June 28, 2012 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20140809195140/http://www.canada.com/story.html?id=0f8eafd4-3b33-4e26-8537-31f35cb3a8bb |archivedate=August 9, 2014 }}</ref> Tolls of 40 cents per car and driver, and 10 cents per additional passenger, were initially charged{{citation needed|date=June 2012}} but these were removed on February 15, 1972,<ref>{{cite hansard |title=Speech from the Throne | jurisdiction=Province of British Columbia | house=Legislative Assembly | speaker=Hunter B Vogel | date=January 28, 1972 | page=153 | url=http://www.leg.bc.ca/hansard/29th3rd/29p_03s_720128p.htm#00153}}</ref> and the service remained free thereafter. In 1978, after many years of complaints about safety and reliability<ref>{{cite hansard |title=Estimates: Department of Highways | jurisdiction=Province of British Columbia | house=Legislative Assembly | speaker=GS Wallace | date=June 9, 1975 | page=3207 | url=http://www.leg.bc.ca/hansard/30th5th/30p_05s_750609a.htm#03207}}</ref> another ferry – M.V. ''Kulleet'' – was put into service alongside ''T'Lagunna''. In 1985, ''Kulleet's'' sister ship, M.V. ''Klatawa'' replaced ''T'Lagunna'',<ref name="sather"/> which was kept as a spare until 1986. Both ''Kulleet'' and ''Klatawa'' had previously been servicing short routes in the [[Gulf Islands]]. ''T'Lagunna'' was sold for use as a cargo barge, and eventually sank in Howe Sound; it was salvaged in 2011.<ref>{{cite news | title=The T'Lagunna rising | author=Rebecca Aldous | url=http://www.squamishchief.com/article/20111216/SQUAMISH0101/312169947/-1/squamish0101/the-tlagunna-rising | newspaper=The Squamish Chief | location=[[Squamish, British Columbia]] | date=December 16, 2011 | accessdate=June 28, 2012}}</ref>
   
In 1998, the Greater Vancouver Transit Authority (later known as [[Translink (British Columbia)|Translink]]) was created to handle all transportation in greater Vancouver, including the Albion ferry. A subsidiary company, Fraser River Marine Transportation Ltd., was created to operate the ferry. At a 50th anniversary celebration in June 2007, a commemorative plaque was placed by Maple Ridge's Community Heritage Commission at the Albion ferry terminal.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.mapleridge.ca/assets/Default/Clerks/Committees~and~Commissions/Community~Heritage~Commission/pdfs/chc_summer07newsletter.pdf |format=pdf |title=Maple Ridge Community Heritage Commission newsletter, Summer 2007 |accessdate=June 28, 2012 }}{{dead link|date=June 2017 |bot=InternetArchiveBot |fix-attempted=yes }}</ref> The ferry service was retired shortly after the [[Golden Ears Bridge]] opened to traffic on June 16, 2009. The last sailings for ''Kulleet'' and ''Klatawa'' took place on July 31, 2009, just after noon.<ref>{{cite news |url=http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/story/2009/07/31/bc-albion-ferry-final-sail.html |title=Albion Ferry makes final voyage |publisher=[[CBC News]] |date=July 31, 2009 |archiveurl=https://www.webcitation.org/5wdtpzTCs?url=http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/story/2009/07/31/bc-albion-ferry-final-sail.html |archivedate=February 20, 2011 |deadurl=no |df= }}</ref> At the end of its life the ferry employed 58 full-time and as many as 20 auxiliary employees;<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.bcgeu.ca/albion |title=END OF AN ERA: Albion Ferry dry docked after 52 years service |date=July 31, 2009 |accessdate=June 28, 2012 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20120614052026/http://www.bcgeu.ca/albion |archivedate=June 14, 2012 }}</ref> 2006 traffic amounted to 1.5 million vehicles and 4.0 million passengers{{citation needed|date=June 2012}}. The two ferries were sold in 2011 for $400 000 to a local marine transportation company.<ref>{{cite web | url=http://www.translink.ca/en/About-Us/Media/2011/December/Albion-Ferries-Sold-to-BC-Buyer.aspx | title=Albion Ferries sold to BC buyer | date=December 30, 2011 | accessdate=June 28, 2012}}</ref>
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In 1998, the Greater Vancouver Transit Authority (later known as [[Translink (British Columbia)|Translink]]) was created to handle all transportation in greater Vancouver, including the Albion ferry. A subsidiary company, Fraser River Marine Transportation Ltd., was created to operate the ferry. At a 50th anniversary celebration in June 2007, a commemorative plaque was placed by Maple Ridge's Community Heritage Commission at the Albion ferry terminal.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.mapleridge.ca/assets/Default/Clerks/Committees~and~Commissions/Community~Heritage~Commission/pdfs/chc_summer07newsletter.pdf |format=pdf |title=Maple Ridge Community Heritage Commission newsletter, Summer 2007 |accessdate=June 28, 2012 }}{{dead link|date=June 2017 |bot=InternetArchiveBot |fix-attempted=yes }}</ref> The ferry service was retired shortly after the [[Golden Ears Bridge]] opened to traffic on June 16, 2009. The last sailings for ''Kulleet'' and ''Klatawa'' took place on July 31, 2009, just after noon.<ref>{{cite news |url=http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/story/2009/07/31/bc-albion-ferry-final-sail.html |title=Albion Ferry makes final voyage |publisher=[[CBC News]] |date=July 31, 2009 |archiveurl=https://www.webcitation.org/5wdtpzTCs?url=http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/story/2009/07/31/bc-albion-ferry-final-sail.html |archivedate=February 20, 2011 |deadurl=no |df= }}</ref> At the end of its life the ferry employed 58 full-time and as many as 20 auxiliary employees;<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.bcgeu.ca/albion |title=END OF AN ERA: Albion Ferry dry docked after 52 years service |date=July 31, 2009 |accessdate=June 28, 2012 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20120614052026/http://www.bcgeu.ca/albion |archivedate=June 14, 2012 }}</ref> 2006 traffic amounted to 1.5 million vehicles and 4 million passengers{{citation needed|date=June 2012}}. The two ferries were sold in 2011 for $400,000 to a local marine transportation company.<ref>{{cite web | url=http://www.translink.ca/en/About-Us/Media/2011/December/Albion-Ferries-Sold-to-BC-Buyer.aspx | title=Albion Ferries sold to BC buyer | date=December 30, 2011 | accessdate=June 28, 2012}}</ref>
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Talk:Sarah Wild

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Rampura Thana

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==History==
 
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Rampura Thana is the site of Gsk Dhaka Half Marathon, sponsored by [[GSK Pharma|GSK]] pharmaceuticals and is a popular marathon in Bangladesh.<ref>{{cite news|title=Gsk Dhaka Half Marathon 2016 starts at Rampura Bridge tomorrow|url=http://www.thedailystar.net/city/gsk-dhaka-half-marathon-2016-starts-rampura-bridge-tomorrow-1319575|accessdate=1 December 2017|work=The Daily Star|date=24 November 2016|language=en}}</ref>
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Rampura Thana is the site of Gsk Dhaka Half Marathon, sponsored by [[GSK Pharma|GSK]] pharmaceuticals and is a popular marathon in Bangladesh.<ref>{{cite news|title=Gsk Dhaka Half Marathon 2016 starts at Rampura Bridge tomorrow|url=http://www.thedailystar.net/city/gsk-dhaka-half-marathon-2016-starts-rampura-bridge-tomorrow-1319575|accessdate=1 December 2017|work=The Daily Star|date=24 November 2016|language=en}}</ref> Rampura KC is the local football club of Rampura and it plays in the Dhaka City Corporation Pioneer Football League.<ref>{{cite news|title=Rampura's fine start|url=http://www.thedailystar.net/news-detail-47002|accessdate=1 December 2017|work=The Daily Star|date=23 July 2008|language=en}}</ref> The club qualified for Third Division Football League after a good performance in the Pioneer League in 2008.<ref>{{cite news|title=Rampura into 3rd Division|url=http://www.thedailystar.net/news-detail-49580|accessdate=1 December 2017|work=The Daily Star|date=9 August 2008|language=en}}</ref>
   
 
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Rampura Thana is provided security by Rampura Thana police station.<ref>{{cite news|title=City's Rampura Thana OCs closed|url=http://www.banglanews24.com/national/article/17542/Citys-Rampura-Thana-OCs-closed|accessdate=1 December 2017|work=banglanews24.com|language=en}}</ref>
 
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Rampura Thana is provided security by Rampura Thana police station.<ref>{{cite news|title=City's Rampura Thana OCs closed|url=http://www.banglanews24.com/national/article/17542/Citys-Rampura-Thana-OCs-closed|accessdate=1 December 2017|work=banglanews24.com|language=en}}</ref> Rampura pump station is responsible for providing water to the Thana. The pump draws water from Balu river, Debdholai river, and Narai river. Increasing water pollution have led to calls for adding a water treatment plant to the pump.<ref>{{cite news|title=Install water treatment plants at Rampura|url=http://www.thedailystar.net/news-detail-53067|accessdate=1 December 2017|work=The Daily Star|date=3 September 2008|language=en}}</ref> The pump is managed by [[Dhaka WASA |Dhaka WASA (Water Supply & Sewerage Authority)]] of [[Water Supply and Sewerage Authority]]. WASA has faced criticism for supplying polluted water to the Thana.<ref>{{cite news|title=Severe water crisis in west Rampura|url=http://www.thedailystar.net/news-detail-54576|accessdate=1 December 2017|work=The Daily Star|date=13 September 2008|language=en}}</ref>
   
 
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==Education==

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Martin of the Ascension

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In Spanish Wikipedia the facts are described in [[:es:Martín de la Ascensión]], here [[Martin of the Ascension]].[[User:Xx236|Xx236]] ([[User talk:Xx236|talk]]) 08:09, 1 December 2017 (UTC)

English country house

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=== Victorian houses ===
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Following the [[industrial revolution]] of the 19th century, a third category of country houses was built as newly rich industrialists and bankers were eager to display their wealth and taste. By the 1850s, with the English economy booming, new mansions were built in one of the many [[Revivalism (architecture)|revivalist]] architectural styles popular throughout the 19th century.<ref name="Hall, p25">Hall, p25.</ref> The builders of these new houses were able to take advantage of the political unrest in Europe that gave rise to a large trade in architectural salvage.<ref name="Hall, p25"/> This new wave of country house building is exemplified by the [[Rothschild properties in the Home counties]].
 
Following the [[industrial revolution]] of the 19th century, a third category of country houses was built as newly rich industrialists and bankers were eager to display their wealth and taste. By the 1850s, with the English economy booming, new mansions were built in one of the many [[Revivalism (architecture)|revivalist]] architectural styles popular throughout the 19th century.<ref name="Hall, p25">Hall, p25.</ref> The builders of these new houses were able to take advantage of the political unrest in Europe that gave rise to a large trade in architectural salvage.<ref name="Hall, p25"/> This new wave of country house building is exemplified by the [[Rothschild properties in the Home counties]].
   

Uusikaupunki

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===Twin towns – Sister cities===
 
===Twin towns – Sister cities===
 
Uusikaupunki is [[town twinning|twinned]] with:
 
Uusikaupunki is [[town twinning|twinned]] with:
*{{flagicon|Estonia}} [[Antsla Parish|Antsla]], Estonia<ref name=antsla>{{cite web|title=Antsla valla arengukava 2003–2012|url=http://www.antsla.ee/public/files/Antsla%20valla%20arengukava%202012.doc|publisher=Antsla vald|accessdate=23 July 2011|page=81|language=Estonian}}{{dead link|date=November 2017 |bot=InternetArchiveBot |fix-attempted=yes }}</ref>
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*{{flagicon|Estonia}} [[Antsla Parish|Antsla]], Estonia<ref name=antsla>{{cite web|title=Suomen kuntien ystävyyskunnat Virossa|url=http://www.finland.ee/public/default.aspx?nodeid=40668&contentlan=1&culture=fi-fi|publisher=Embassy of Finland, Tallinn|accessdate=1 December 2017|page=|language=Finnish}}</ref>
 
*{{flagicon|Denmark}} [[Haderslev Municipality|Haderslev]], Denmark
 
*{{flagicon|Denmark}} [[Haderslev Municipality|Haderslev]], Denmark
 
*{{flagicon|Russia}} [[Veliky Novgorod]], [[Novgorod Oblast]], Russia
 
*{{flagicon|Russia}} [[Veliky Novgorod]], [[Novgorod Oblast]], Russia

Talk:T. J. Hamblin

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Abbey Panels Ltd.

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Robert Loades, Chairman
 
Robert Loades, Chairman
 
Aart van der Temple, Director (Netherlands)
 
Aart van der Temple, Director (Netherlands)
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John Carolan, Engineering Director
 
John Carolan, Engineering Director
 
| industry = [[Automotive industry|Automotive]] and [[Aerospace engineering|Aerospace]]
 
| industry = [[Automotive industry|Automotive]] and [[Aerospace engineering|Aerospace]]

Jacqueline Rowarth

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*Patron of the McGuinness Institute
 
*Patron of the McGuinness Institute
 
 
==Controversy==
 
Rowarth has made research-based statements which are in contrast to those made by advocates of organic agriculture. <ref>http://www2.nzherald.co.nz/the-country/news/article.cfm?c_id=16&objectid=11636751</ref> <ref>https://www.pundit.co.nz/content/is-more-organic-food-an-answer-to-obesity</ref>
 
 
Rowarth has been quoted as supporting "carefully managed" irrigation, <ref>https://www.odt.co.nz/business/farming/epa-chief-scientist-says-irrigation-good-environment</ref> which has been opposed by some who do not support irrigation on the principle that "it allows intensification". <ref>http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/environment/344878/epa-irrigation-views-bizarre</ref>
 
 
 
==References==
 
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Talk:Wachowski

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Dumaguete

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* Günther Sanin, founder of [[Dumaguete Academy for Culinary Arts]]
 
* Günther Sanin, founder of [[Dumaguete Academy for Culinary Arts]]
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===Dance===

Hoeven's snake eel

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| synonyms_ref = <ref>[http://www.fishbase.org/Nomenclature/SynonymsList.php?ID=28132&SynCode=150189&GenusName=Pisodonophis&SpeciesName=hoeveni Synonyms of ''Pisodonophis hoeveni''] at www.fishbase.org.</ref>
 
| synonyms_ref = <ref>[http://www.fishbase.org/Nomenclature/SynonymsList.php?ID=28132&SynCode=150189&GenusName=Pisodonophis&SpeciesName=hoeveni Synonyms of ''Pisodonophis hoeveni''] at www.fishbase.org.</ref>
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User talk:Gjediprime

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List of banks in India

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Bangladesh Army

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* [[Bangladesh Military Academy]]
 
* [[Bangladesh Military Academy]]
 
*[[Para-Commando Brigade(Bangladesh Army)]]
 
*[[Para-Commando Brigade(Bangladesh Army)]]

Sharya Guruge

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{{Infobox squash player|name=Sharya Guruge|country={{SRI}}|birth_place=[[Colombo]], [[Sri Lanka]]|residence=[[Colombo]]|birth_date={{birth date and age|df=yes|1992|05|31}}}}

'''Sharya Guruge''' (born 31 May 1992) is a Sri Lankan female squash player.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.squashinfo.com/players/3943-sharya-guruge|title=Squash Info {{!}} Sharya Guruge {{!}} Squash|last=Info|first=Squash|website=www.squashinfo.com|language=en|access-date=2017-12-01}}</ref> She became a national squash champion in the women's singles at the 2011 Squash National Championships.<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://www.srilankasquash.com/past-national-champions/|title=SLSF {{!}} srilankasqaush.com|work=SLSF|access-date=2017-12-01|language=en-US}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.ft.lk/article/63629/Navin-and-Sharya-crowned-Squash-National-Champions-2011|title=Navin and Sharya crowned Squash National Champions 2011 {{!}} FT Online|website=www.ft.lk|language=en|access-date=2017-12-01}}</ref> Sharya has also competed for Sri Lanka at the [[2010 Commonwealth Games]] and at the [[2014 Commonwealth Games]].

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USS Blue Ridge (LCC-19)

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The sky was filled with Republic of Vietnam Air Force helicopters, looking for a place to land and unload their passengers.<ref name="Dunham; Quinlan 1990 p. 184"/> According to a witness on ''Blue Ridge'' during the evacuation of Saigon, the ship seemed to be under siege by helicopters. Five helicopters crashed on the ship that day, not counting ones ditched or abandoned overboard. One crashed, causing a near disaster and showering the ship and personnel with debris.<ref>{{cite web |url= http://www.cbsnews.com/news/memories-of-the-fall-of-saigon-25-04-2000/ |title= Memories of the Fall of Saigon |website= CBS News |date= 2001-04-25 |accessdate= 2014-06-07}}</ref>
 
The sky was filled with Republic of Vietnam Air Force helicopters, looking for a place to land and unload their passengers.<ref name="Dunham; Quinlan 1990 p. 184"/> According to a witness on ''Blue Ridge'' during the evacuation of Saigon, the ship seemed to be under siege by helicopters. Five helicopters crashed on the ship that day, not counting ones ditched or abandoned overboard. One crashed, causing a near disaster and showering the ship and personnel with debris.<ref>{{cite web |url= http://www.cbsnews.com/news/memories-of-the-fall-of-saigon-25-04-2000/ |title= Memories of the Fall of Saigon |website= CBS News |date= 2001-04-25 |accessdate= 2014-06-07}}</ref>
   
A NBC film crew, with reporter George Lewis, filmed this unexpected arrival of SVN choppers with refugees fleeing Saigon, on the flight deck of ''Blue Ridge'', showing the processing of the refugees and two SVN choppers rotor blades colliding. And to free up space on the flight deck, SVN choppers were ditched by their pilots in the South China Sea after unloading their refugees on BR. With that iconic photo of a SVN Huey being pushed over the side of ''Blue Ridge'', they filmed one unknown crew member being tossed into a flight deck safety net by the movement of the chopper going over the side.<ref>http://www.nbcnews.com/video/nbcnews.com/7656317#7656317</ref>
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William Herbert Brewster

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List of years in film

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* '''[[1961 in film|1961]]''' – ''[[West Side Story (film)|West Side Story]]'', ''[[Judgment at Nuremberg]]'', ''[[Divorce, Italian Style]]'', ''[[Yojimbo (film)|Yojimbo]]'', ''[[Breakfast at Tiffany's (film)|Breakfast at Tiffany's]]'', ''[[One Hundred and One Dalmatians]]'', ''[[Havoc in Heaven]]'', ''[[The Guns of Navarone (film)|The Guns of Navarone]]'', ''[[A Majority of One (film)|A Majority of One]]''
 
* '''[[1961 in film|1961]]''' – ''[[West Side Story (film)|West Side Story]]'', ''[[Judgment at Nuremberg]]'', ''[[Divorce, Italian Style]]'', ''[[Yojimbo (film)|Yojimbo]]'', ''[[Breakfast at Tiffany's (film)|Breakfast at Tiffany's]]'', ''[[One Hundred and One Dalmatians]]'', ''[[Havoc in Heaven]]'', ''[[The Guns of Navarone (film)|The Guns of Navarone]]'', ''[[A Majority of One (film)|A Majority of One]]''
 
* '''[[1962 in film|1962]]''' – ''[[Lawrence of Arabia (film)|Lawrence of Arabia]]'', ''[[To Kill a Mockingbird (film)|To Kill a Mockingbird]]'', ''[[The Manchurian Candidate (1962 film)|The Manchurian Candidate]]'', ''[[Ivan's Childhood]]'', ''[[What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962 film)|What Ever Happened to Baby Jane]]'', ''[[Lolita (1962 film)|Lolita]]'', [[James Bond (film series)|''James Bond'' film series (1962 - present)]] begins, ''[[Sundays and Cybele]]''
 
* '''[[1962 in film|1962]]''' – ''[[Lawrence of Arabia (film)|Lawrence of Arabia]]'', ''[[To Kill a Mockingbird (film)|To Kill a Mockingbird]]'', ''[[The Manchurian Candidate (1962 film)|The Manchurian Candidate]]'', ''[[Ivan's Childhood]]'', ''[[What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962 film)|What Ever Happened to Baby Jane]]'', ''[[Lolita (1962 film)|Lolita]]'', [[James Bond (film series)|''James Bond'' film series (1962 - present)]] begins, ''[[Sundays and Cybele]]''
* '''[[1963 in film|1963]]''' – ''[[The Birds (film)|The Birds]]'', ''[[Hud (1963 film)|Hud]]'', ''[[Not on Your Life]]'', ''[[The Haunting (1963 film)|The Haunting]]'', ''[[The Great Escape (film)|The Great Escape]]'', ''[[Lilies of the Field (1963 film)|Lilies of the Field]]'', ''[[8½]]'', ''[[Cleopatra (1963 film)|Cleopatra]]'', ''[[How the West Was Won]]'', ''[[It's A Mad Mad Mad Mad World]]''
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* '''[[1964 in film|1964]]''' – ''[[The Woman in the Dunes (film)|Woman in the Dunes]]'', ''[[A Hard Day's Night (film)|A Hard Day's Night]]'', ''[[A Fistful of Dollars]]'', ''[[My Fair Lady (film)|My Fair Lady]]'', ''[[Dr. Strangelove]]'', ''[[Mary Poppins (film)|Mary Poppins]]''
 
* '''[[1964 in film|1964]]''' – ''[[The Woman in the Dunes (film)|Woman in the Dunes]]'', ''[[A Hard Day's Night (film)|A Hard Day's Night]]'', ''[[A Fistful of Dollars]]'', ''[[My Fair Lady (film)|My Fair Lady]]'', ''[[Dr. Strangelove]]'', ''[[Mary Poppins (film)|Mary Poppins]]''
 
* '''[[1965 in film|1965]]''' – ''[[The Sound of Music (film)|The Sound of Music]]'', ''[[Doctor Zhivago (film)|Doctor Zhivago]]'', ''[[For a Few Dollars More]]'', ''[[Thunderball (film)|Thunderball]]'', ''[[The Great Race]]''
 
* '''[[1965 in film|1965]]''' – ''[[The Sound of Music (film)|The Sound of Music]]'', ''[[Doctor Zhivago (film)|Doctor Zhivago]]'', ''[[For a Few Dollars More]]'', ''[[Thunderball (film)|Thunderball]]'', ''[[The Great Race]]''

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2017–18 Országos Bajnokság I (men's water polo)

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Wachowski

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Louw Wepener

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* http://www.afrikanergeskiedenis.co.za/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Louw-Wepener.pdf
 
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User:Augen Joe

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User account Augen Joe was created

Talk:Mediterranean hurricane seasons

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The Kallikak Family

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== Summary ==
 
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The book begins by discussing the case of "Deborah Kallikak," (real name Emma Wolverton, 1889–1978),<ref name="Smith and Wehmeyer">J. David Smith and Michael L. Wehmeyer, [https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3987907/ Who Was Deborah Kallikak?] ''Intellectual and developmental disabilities'' '''50'''(2):169–178, 2012 | doi:10.1352/1934-9556-50.2.169.</ref> a woman in Goddard's institution, the New Jersey Home for the Education and Care of Feebleminded Children (now [[Vineland Training School]]). In the course of investigating her [[genealogy]], Goddard claims to have discovered that her family tree bore a curious and surprising moral tale.
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The book begins by discussing the case of "Deborah Kallikak" (real name Emma Wolverton, 1889–1978),<ref name="Smith and Wehmeyer">J. David Smith and Michael L. Wehmeyer, [https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3987907/ Who Was Deborah Kallikak?] ''Intellectual and developmental disabilities'' '''50'''(2):169–178, 2012 | doi:10.1352/1934-9556-50.2.169.</ref> a woman in Goddard's institution, the New Jersey Home for the Education and Care of Feebleminded Children (now [[Vineland Training School]]). In the course of investigating her [[genealogy]], Goddard claims to have discovered that her family tree bore a curious and surprising moral tale.
   
 
The book follows the genealogy of Martin Kallikak, Deborah's great-great-great grandfather, a [[American Revolutionary War|Revolutionary War]] hero married to a [[Quaker]] woman. On his way back from battle the normally morally upright Martin dallied one time with a "feeble-minded" barmaid. He impregnated her and then abandoned her. The young Martin soon reformed and went on with his upright life, becoming a respected New England citizen and father of a large family of prosperous individuals. All of the children that came from this relationship were "wholesome" and had no signs of retardation.<ref>Goddard, H. H. (1912). The Kallikak family: A study in the heredity of feeble mindedness.New York: MacMillan.</ref>
 
The book follows the genealogy of Martin Kallikak, Deborah's great-great-great grandfather, a [[American Revolutionary War|Revolutionary War]] hero married to a [[Quaker]] woman. On his way back from battle the normally morally upright Martin dallied one time with a "feeble-minded" barmaid. He impregnated her and then abandoned her. The young Martin soon reformed and went on with his upright life, becoming a respected New England citizen and father of a large family of prosperous individuals. All of the children that came from this relationship were "wholesome" and had no signs of retardation.<ref>Goddard, H. H. (1912). The Kallikak family: A study in the heredity of feeble mindedness.New York: MacMillan.</ref>
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[[File:Kallikaks ggrandson.jpg|thumbnail|250px|right|Two Kallikaks. It is possible that the boy was born with [[Down Syndrome]], a former name of the syndrome being mongolism.]]
   
In its day, ''The Kallikak Family'' was a tremendous success and went through multiple printings. It helped propel Goddard to the status of one of the nation's top experts in using [[psychology]] in policy, and along with the work of [[Charles B. Davenport]] and [[Madison Grant]] is considered one of the canonical works of early 20th century American [[eugenics]].
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In its day, ''The Kallikak Family'' was a tremendous success and went through multiple printings. It helped propel Goddard to the status of one of the nation's top experts in using [[psychology]] in policy, and along with the work of [[Charles B. Davenport]] and [[Madison Grant]] is considered one of the canonical works of early 20th-century American [[eugenics]].
   
 
Research published in 2001 by David MacDonald and Nancy McAdams revealed that Goddard's account of the division of the Kallikak family into a "good" lineage—descended from Martin Kallikak Sr. and his wife—and a "bad" lineage—descended from Martin Kallikak Sr. and an unnamed feeble-minded barmaid—was fictitious.<ref name="Smith and Wehmeyer"/> Martin Kallikak Jr., the supposedly illegitimate offspring of Martin Kallikak Sr. and the barmaid, was in fact the son of Gabriel Wolverton and his wife Catherine Murray.<ref name="Smith and Wehmeyer"/> His real name was John Wolverton (1776–1861), and he was a landowner prosperous enough to buy two tracts of land for cash in 1809. Census records of 1850 show that all the adults in his household (which included Wolverton, one daughter, and several grandchildren) were able to read. The "bad" side of the Kallikak family included poor farmers but also school teachers, an Army Air Corps pilot, and a bank treasurer.<ref name="Smith and Wehmeyer"/>
 
Research published in 2001 by David MacDonald and Nancy McAdams revealed that Goddard's account of the division of the Kallikak family into a "good" lineage—descended from Martin Kallikak Sr. and his wife—and a "bad" lineage—descended from Martin Kallikak Sr. and an unnamed feeble-minded barmaid—was fictitious.<ref name="Smith and Wehmeyer"/> Martin Kallikak Jr., the supposedly illegitimate offspring of Martin Kallikak Sr. and the barmaid, was in fact the son of Gabriel Wolverton and his wife Catherine Murray.<ref name="Smith and Wehmeyer"/> His real name was John Wolverton (1776–1861), and he was a landowner prosperous enough to buy two tracts of land for cash in 1809. Census records of 1850 show that all the adults in his household (which included Wolverton, one daughter, and several grandchildren) were able to read. The "bad" side of the Kallikak family included poor farmers but also school teachers, an Army Air Corps pilot, and a bank treasurer.<ref name="Smith and Wehmeyer"/>
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[[File:Kallikaks sal-big.jpg|250px|thumb|left|A detail of faces from the book—[[Stephen Jay Gould]] alleged that Goddard had doctored them to make them look more sinister.]]
 
[[File:Kallikaks sal-big.jpg|250px|thumb|left|A detail of faces from the book—[[Stephen Jay Gould]] alleged that Goddard had doctored them to make them look more sinister.]]
   
Another perspective has been offered that the Kallikaks almost certainly had undiagnosed [[fetal alcohol syndrome]].<ref>Karp, R.J. (1993). Introduction: A history and overview of malnourished children in the United States. In R.J. Karp (Ed.), ''Malnourished Children in the United States: Caught in the Cycle of Poverty''. New York: Springer-Verlag.</ref><ref>Karp, R.J., Quazi, Q.H., Moller, K.A., Angelo, W.A., & Davis, J.M. (1995). Fetal alcohol syndrome at the turn of the century: An unexpected explanation of the Kallikak family. ''Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine'', ''149(1)'', 45-48.</ref> In addition to poverty and malnourishment, prenatal alcohol exposure can create [[craniofacial]] and other physical anomalies that could account for their peculiar facial features.<ref name="Streissguth">Streissguth, A.P. (1997). ''Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: A Guide for Families and Communities''. Baltimore, MD: Brookes.</ref> Furthermore, prenatal alcohol exposure may also damage the [[central nervous system]], which can result in impaired [[cognitive]] and behavioral functioning similar to that described by Goddard.
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Another perspective has been offered that the Kallikaks almost certainly had undiagnosed [[fetal alcohol syndrome]].<ref>Karp, R.J. (1993). Introduction: A history and overview of malnourished children in the United States. In R.J. Karp (Ed.), ''Malnourished Children in the United States: Caught in the Cycle of Poverty''. New York: Springer-Verlag.</ref><ref>Karp, R.J., Quazi, Q.H., Moller, K.A., Angelo, W.A., & Davis, J.M. (1995). Fetal alcohol syndrome at the turn of the century: An unexpected explanation of the Kallikak family. ''Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine'', ''149(1)'', 45–48.</ref> In addition to poverty and malnourishment, prenatal alcohol exposure can create [[craniofacial]] and other physical anomalies that could account for their peculiar facial features.<ref name="Streissguth">Streissguth, A.P. (1997). ''Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: A Guide for Families and Communities''. Baltimore, MD: Brookes.</ref> Furthermore, prenatal alcohol exposure may also damage the [[central nervous system]], which can result in impaired [[cognitive]] and behavioral functioning similar to that described by Goddard.
   
 
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The term "Kallikak" became, along with "[[Jukes family|Jukes]]" and "[[Nams]]" (other case studies of similar natures), a cultural shorthand for the rural poor in the South and Northeast United States.
 
The term "Kallikak" became, along with "[[Jukes family|Jukes]]" and "[[Nams]]" (other case studies of similar natures), a cultural shorthand for the rural poor in the South and Northeast United States.
   
In August 1977, [[NBC]] premiered a situation comedy called ''The Kallikaks'',<ref>[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0075521/ ''The Kallikaks'']</ref> which depicted the comic misadventures of an Appalachian family that moved to California and feuded with another family named the Jukes; the series lasted only five episodes. A June 8, 1987, cartoon in ''[[The New Yorker]]'' provided a further update to the concept, depicting "The Jukes and Kallikaks Today".<ref>[https://condenaststore.com/featured/the-jukes-and-the-kallikaks-today-roz-chast.html "The Jukes and Kallikaks Today"]</ref>
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In August 1977, [[NBC]] premiered a situation comedy called ''The Kallikaks'',<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0075521/|title=The Kallikaks|publisher=|access-date=December 1, 2017|via=www.IMDb.com}}</ref> which depicted the comic misadventures of an Appalachian family that moved to California and feuded with another family named the Jukes; the series lasted only five episodes. A June 8, 1987, cartoon in ''[[The New Yorker]]'' provided a further update to the concept, depicting "The Jukes and Kallikaks Today".<ref>{{cite web|url=https://condenaststore.com/featured/the-jukes-and-the-kallikaks-today-roz-chast.html|title=The Jukes And The Kallikaks Today by Roz Chast|website=Conde Nast|access-date=December 1, 2017}}</ref>
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Lake Wobegon

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{{external media | width = 210px | float = right | headerimage = [[File:2016GK.jpg|210px]] | video1 = [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V_ysNTNoyZ8 The Origins of Lake Wobegon], [[Garrison Keillor]], 8:22, May 14, 2014 | accessdate =January 6, 2017 }}
 
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On the show Keillor says the town's name comes from a fictional old [[American Indian|Indian]] word meaning "the place where we waited all day in the rain [for you]." Keillor explains, "''Wobegon'' sounded Indian to me and Minnesota is full of Indian names. They mask the ethnic heritage of the town, which I wanted to do, since it was half Norwegian, half German."<ref>[http://www.publicradio.org/columns/prairiehome/posthost/2008/10/23/which_means_what_it_means.php#comments Post to the Host, A Prairie Home Companion website, October 23, 2008]</ref> The English word ''[[wikt:woebegone|woebegone]]'' is defined as "affected with woe." The term is a [[portmanteau]] of "woe", "be" and "gone".
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On the show Keillor says the town's name comes from a fictional old [[Native Americans in the United States|Indian]] word meaning "the place where we waited all day in the rain [for you]." Keillor explains, "''Wobegon'' sounded Indian to me and Minnesota is full of Indian names. They mask the ethnic heritage of the town, which I wanted to do, since it was half Norwegian, half German."<ref>[http://www.publicradio.org/columns/prairiehome/posthost/2008/10/23/which_means_what_it_means.php#comments Post to the Host, A Prairie Home Companion website, October 23, 2008]</ref> The English word ''[[wikt:woebegone|woebegone]]'' is defined as "affected with woe." The term is a [[portmanteau]] of "woe", "be" and "gone".
   
 
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The death toll of the Spanish Civil War is far from clarified and remains – especially in part related to war and post-war repression – a very controversial issue. Many general historiographic works – notably in Spain – refrain from advancing any figures; massive historical series,<ref> see e.g. the monumental ''Historia de España Menéndez Pidal'', vol. XL, Madrid 2005, ISBN 8467013060</ref> encyclopedias<ref> ''Encyclopedia de Historia de España'', vol. 5, Madrid 1991, ISBN 8420652415</ref> or dictionaries<ref> ''Diccionario Espasa Historia de España y América'', Madrid 2002, ISBN 8467003162</ref> might not provide any numbers or at best propose vague general descriptions;<ref>"provocó un número de caidós en combate sin precedentes,casi tantos como los muertos y desaparecidos en la retaguardia", ''Diccionario de historia y política del siglo XX'', Madrid 2001, ISBN 843093703X, p. 316</ref> also more detailed general history accounts produced by expert Spanish scholars often remain silent on the issue.<ref> Javier Tusell, José Luis Martín, Carlos Martínez Shaw, ''Historia de España: La edad contemporánea'', vol. 2, Madrid 2001, ISBN 9788430604357, Joseph Pérez, ''Historia de España'', Madrid 1999, ISBN 9788474238655, Javier Tusell, ''Historia de España en el siglo XX'', vol. 2, Madrid 2007, ISBN 9788430606306</ref> Foreign scholars, especially Anglo-Saxon historians, are more eager to offer some general estimates, though some have revised their estimates, usually downwards,<ref>e.g. Stanley G. Payne reduced his earlier estimate of 465,000 (at most 300,000 "violent deaths" with 165,000 deaths from malnutrition which "must be added", Payne 1987, p. 220) to 344.000 (also "violent deaths" and malnutrition victims, Payne 2012, p. 245); Hugh Thomas in ''The Spanish Civil War'' editions from the 1960s opted for 600,000 (285,000 KIA, 125,000 executed, 200,000 malnutrition), in editions from the 1970s he reduced the figure to 500,000 (200,000 KIA, 125,000 executed, 175,000 malnutrition), referred after Clodfeler 2017, p. 383 and with slight revisions kept reproducing the figure also in last editions published before his death, compare Hugh Thomas, ''La Guerra Civil Española'', vol. 2, Barcelona 2003, ISBN 8497598229, p. 993</ref> and the figures could vary from 1 million to 250,000. Apart from bias/ill will, incompetence or changing access to sources, the differences result chiefly from categorization and methodology issues.
 
The death toll of the Spanish Civil War is far from clarified and remains – especially in part related to war and post-war repression – a very controversial issue. Many general historiographic works – notably in Spain – refrain from advancing any figures; massive historical series,<ref> see e.g. the monumental ''Historia de España Menéndez Pidal'', vol. XL, Madrid 2005, ISBN 8467013060</ref> encyclopedias<ref> ''Encyclopedia de Historia de España'', vol. 5, Madrid 1991, ISBN 8420652415</ref> or dictionaries<ref> ''Diccionario Espasa Historia de España y América'', Madrid 2002, ISBN 8467003162</ref> might not provide any numbers or at best propose vague general descriptions;<ref>"provocó un número de caidós en combate sin precedentes,casi tantos como los muertos y desaparecidos en la retaguardia", ''Diccionario de historia y política del siglo XX'', Madrid 2001, ISBN 843093703X, p. 316</ref> also more detailed general history accounts produced by expert Spanish scholars often remain silent on the issue.<ref> Javier Tusell, José Luis Martín, Carlos Martínez Shaw, ''Historia de España: La edad contemporánea'', vol. 2, Madrid 2001, ISBN 9788430604357, Joseph Pérez, ''Historia de España'', Madrid 1999, ISBN 9788474238655, Javier Tusell, ''Historia de España en el siglo XX'', vol. 2, Madrid 2007, ISBN 9788430606306</ref> Foreign scholars, especially Anglo-Saxon historians, are more eager to offer some general estimates, though some have revised their estimates, usually downwards,<ref>e.g. Stanley G. Payne reduced his earlier estimate of 465,000 (at most 300,000 "violent deaths" with 165,000 deaths from malnutrition which "must be added", Payne 1987, p. 220) to 344.000 (also "violent deaths" and malnutrition victims, Payne 2012, p. 245); Hugh Thomas in ''The Spanish Civil War'' editions from the 1960s opted for 600,000 (285,000 KIA, 125,000 executed, 200,000 malnutrition), in editions from the 1970s he reduced the figure to 500,000 (200,000 KIA, 125,000 executed, 175,000 malnutrition), referred after Clodfeler 2017, p. 383 and with slight revisions kept reproducing the figure also in last editions published before his death, compare Hugh Thomas, ''La Guerra Civil Española'', vol. 2, Barcelona 2003, ISBN 8497598229, p. 993</ref> and the figures could vary from 1 million to 250,000. Apart from bias/ill will, incompetence or changing access to sources, the differences result chiefly from categorization and methodology issues.
   
The totals advanced usually include or exclude various categories. Scholars who focus on killings or "violent deaths" most typically list 1) combat and combat-related deaths; figures in this rubric might range from 100,000<ref> Jackson 1965, p. 412, Muñoz 2009, p. 375</ref> to 700,000;<ref>Dupuy Dupuy 1977, p. 1032, Teed 1992, 439</ref> 2) rearguard terror, both judicial and extra-judicial, recorded until the end of the Civil War: 110,000<ref> Larrazabal 1977, pp. 428-429, Moa 2015, p. 44</ref> to 235,000;<ref> Jackson 1965, p. 412</ref> 3) civilian deaths from military action, typically air raids: 10,000<ref> Jackson 1965, p. 412</ref> to 15,000.<ref>Dupuy, Dupuy 1977, p. 1032</ref> These 3 categories combined might point to totals from 235,000<ref> Moa 2015, p. 44</ref> to 715,000.<ref> Tucker 2016, p. 1563,</ref> Many authors opt for a broader view and calculate "death toll" by adding also 4) above-the-norm deaths caused by malnutrition, hygiene shortcomings, cold, illness, etc recorded until the end of the Civil War: 30,000<ref> Muñoz 2009, p. 375</ref> to 200,000.<ref>Thomas 1961</ref> It is not unusual to encounter war statistics which include 5) post-war terror related to Civil War, at times up to the year of 1961: 23,000<ref> Larrazabal 1977, pp. 428-429</ref> to 200,000.<ref> Jackson 1965, p. 412</ref> Some authors might add also 6) foreign combat and combat-related deaths: 3,000<ref>Sandler 2002, p. 160</ref> to 25,000,<ref> Larrazabal 1977, pp. 428-429</ref> 7) Spaniards killed in World War II: 6,000,<ref> Larrazabal 1977, pp. 428-429</ref> 8) deaths related to post-war guerilla, typically the [[:es:Invasión del Valle de Arán|Valle de Arán invasion]]: 3,000<ref> Larrazabal 1977, pp. 428-429</ref>, 9) above-the-norm deaths caused by malnutrition etc recorded after the Civil War but related to the Civil War sufferings: 160,000<ref> Larrazabal 1977, pp. 428-429</ref> to 300,000.<ref>highest considered estimate, Payne 2012, p. 245</ref> Entirely different approach is pursued by demographers; instead of adding up deaths from different categories, they try to gauge the difference between the total number of deaths recorded during the war and the total which would have resulted from applying annual death averages from the 1926-1935 period; this difference is considered excess death resulting from the war. The figure they arrive at for the 1936-1939 period is 346,000; the figure for 1936-1942, covering also the years of post-war deaths resulting from terror and war sufferings, is 540,000.<ref> Ortega, Silvestre 2006, p. 76</ref> Finally, there are scholars who go even further and calculate "population loss" or "demographic impact" of the war; in this case they might include also 10) migration abroad: 160,000<ref>only those who did not return to Spain, Payne 1987, p. 220</ref> to 730,000<ref> Ortega, Silvestre 2006, p. 80; the number of migrants usually quoted is 450,000, which refers only to these who crossed to France in the first months of 1939, Fernando Martínez López, ''París, ciudad de acogida: el exilio español durante los siglos XIX y XX'', Madrid 2010, ISBN 9788492820122, p. 252</ref> and 11) decrease in birth rate: 500,000<ref>"a deficit of approximately a half million births resulted", Payne 1987, p. 218</ref> to 570,000.<ref> delta between actual birth totals for 1936-1942 and birth totals which would have resulted from extrapolating average annual birth totals from the 1926-1935 period, Ortega, Silvestre 2006, p. 67</ref>
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The totals advanced usually include or exclude various categories. Scholars who focus on killings or "violent deaths" most typically list 1) combat and combat-related deaths; figures in this rubric might range from 100,000<ref> Jackson 1965, p. 412, Muñoz 2009, p. 375</ref> to 700,000;<ref>Dupuy Dupuy 1977, p. 1032, Teed 1992, 439</ref> 2) rearguard terror, both judicial and extra-judicial, recorded until the end of the Civil War: 110,000<ref> Larrazabal 1977, pp. 428-429, Moa 2015, p. 44</ref> to 235,000;<ref> Jackson 1965, p. 412</ref> 3) civilian deaths from military action, typically air raids: 10,000<ref> Jackson 1965, p. 412</ref> to 15,000.<ref>Dupuy, Dupuy 1977, p. 1032</ref> These 3 categories combined might point to totals from 235,000<ref> Moa 2015, p. 44</ref> to 715,000.<ref> Tucker 2016, p. 1563,</ref> Many authors opt for a broader view and calculate "death toll" by adding also 4) above-the-norm deaths caused by malnutrition, hygiene shortcomings, cold, illness, etc recorded until the end of the Civil War: 30,000<ref> Muñoz 2009, p. 375</ref> to 200,000.<ref>Thomas 1961</ref> It is not unusual to encounter war statistics which include 5) post-war terror related to Civil War, at times up to the year of 1961: 23,000<ref> Larrazabal 1977, pp. 428-429</ref> to 200,000.<ref> Jackson 1965, p. 412</ref> Some authors might add also 6) foreign combat and combat-related deaths: 3,000<ref>Sandler 2002, p. 160</ref> to 25,000,<ref> Larrazabal 1977, pp. 428-429</ref> 7) Spaniards killed in World War II: 6,000,<ref> Larrazabal 1977, pp. 428-429</ref> 8) deaths related to post-war guerilla, typically the [[:es:Invasión del Valle de Arán|Valle de Arán invasion]]: 4,000<ref> Larrazabal 1977, pp. 428-429</ref>, 9) above-the-norm deaths caused by malnutrition etc recorded after the Civil War but related to the Civil War sufferings: 160,000<ref> Larrazabal 1977, pp. 428-429</ref> to 300,000.<ref>highest considered estimate, Payne 2012, p. 245</ref> Entirely different approach is pursued by demographers; instead of adding up deaths from different categories, they try to gauge the difference between the total number of deaths recorded during the war and the total which would have resulted from applying annual death averages from the 1926-1935 period; this difference is considered excess death resulting from the war. The figure they arrive at for the 1936-1939 period is 346,000; the figure for 1936-1942, covering also the years of post-war deaths resulting from terror and war sufferings, is 540,000.<ref> Ortega, Silvestre 2006, p. 76</ref> Finally, there are scholars who go even further and calculate "population loss" or "demographic impact" of the war; in this case they might include also 10) migration abroad: 160,000<ref>only those who did not return to Spain, Payne 1987, p. 220</ref> to 730,000<ref> Ortega, Silvestre 2006, p. 80; the number of migrants usually quoted is 450,000, which refers only to these who crossed to France in the first months of 1939, Fernando Martínez López, ''París, ciudad de acogida: el exilio español durante los siglos XIX y XX'', Madrid 2010, ISBN 9788492820122, p. 252</ref> and 11) decrease in birth rate: 500,000<ref>"a deficit of approximately a half million births resulted", Payne 1987, p. 218</ref> to 570,000.<ref> delta between actual birth totals for 1936-1942 and birth totals which would have resulted from extrapolating average annual birth totals from the 1926-1935 period, Ortega, Silvestre 2006, p. 67</ref>
   
 
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==Footnotes==

Tom Moyane

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Drake discography

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'''Wachowski''' (feminine: '''Wachowska''', plural: '''Wachowscy''') is a Polish surname originating from the village of [[Wachów]], [[Poland]]. It may refer to:
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'''Sonny Fredrickson''' (born July 15, 1994 in [[Toledo, Ohio]]) is an undefeated [[Americans|American]] [[Boxing|boxer]], in the [[super lightweight]] division.<ref name="boxrec1">{{cite web|url=http://boxrec.com/boxer/677791|title=Sonny Fredrickson|work=Boxrec.com|accessdate=June 21, 2017}}</ref> Fredrickson is currently ranked #9 in the world by the [[World Boxing Association|WBA]]<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.wbaboxing.com/wba-ranking#.WUsjG2grK01|title=World Boxing Association Ranking – World Boxing Association|website=Wbaboxing.com|accessdate=2017-08-19}}</ref>, #2 by the [[International Boxing Federation|USBA]]<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.ibfusbaregistration.com/ibfusba_02APR2014/index.php?option=com_usboxing&task=ratingpdf&month=5&year=2017&gender=male&oid=2 |title=IBF Ratings |website=Ibfusbaregistration.com |accessdate=2017-06-24}}</ref> and #11 by the [[North American Boxing Organization|NABO]]<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.wboboxing.com/rankings |title=NABO November Rankings |website=wboboxing.com |accessdate=2017-11-24}}</ref> in the super lightweight division. Fredrickson is the current WBA Fedebol Super Lightweight champion. <ref name="Round by Round Boxing">{{cite web|url=https://roundbyroundboxing.com/sonny-fredrickson-wins-first-title-medellin-wba-fedebol/|title=Sonny Fredrickson Wins First Title In Medellin, WBA Fedebol|work=RoundByRoundBoxing.com|accessdate=November 5, 2017}}</ref>
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'''Sonny Fredrickson''' (born July 15, 1994 in [[Toledo, Ohio]]) is an undefeated [[Americans|American]] [[Boxing|boxer]], in the [[super lightweight]] division.<ref name="boxrec1">{{cite web|url=http://boxrec.com/boxer/677791|title=Sonny Fredrickson|work=Boxrec.com|accessdate=June 21, 2017}}</ref> Fredrickson is currently ranked #8 in the world by the [[World Boxing Association|WBA]]<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.wbaboxing.com/wba-ranking#.WUsjG2grK01|title=World Boxing Association Ranking – World Boxing Association|website=Wbaboxing.com|accessdate=2017-12-1}}</ref>, #2 by the [[International Boxing Federation|USBA]]<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.ibfusbaregistration.com/ibfusba_02APR2014/index.php?option=com_usboxing&task=ratingpdf&month=5&year=2017&gender=male&oid=2 |title=IBF Ratings |website=Ibfusbaregistration.com |accessdate=2017-06-24}}</ref> and #11 by the [[North American Boxing Organization|NABO]]<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.wboboxing.com/rankings |title=NABO November Rankings |website=wboboxing.com |accessdate=2017-11-24}}</ref> in the super lightweight division. Fredrickson is the current WBA Fedebol Super Lightweight champion. <ref name="Round by Round Boxing">{{cite web|url=https://roundbyroundboxing.com/sonny-fredrickson-wins-first-title-medellin-wba-fedebol/|title=Sonny Fredrickson Wins First Title In Medellin, WBA Fedebol|work=RoundByRoundBoxing.com|accessdate=November 5, 2017}}</ref>
   
 
==Amateur career==
 
==Amateur career==

Cyc

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Van Blerk

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'''Van Blerk''' is a [[Dutch language|Dutch noble]] surname. The Van Blerk family left the Netherlands after the [[Batavian Revolution]] in 1795 for [[South Africa]]. The van Blerk family mostly resides in [[Cape Town, South Africa]] and is still wears the various Dutch titles such as [[Prince]], [[Marquis]], [[Count]] and [[Baron]].
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'''Van Blerk''' is a [[Dutch language|Dutch noble]] surname. The Van Blerk family left the Netherlands after the [[Batavian Revolution]] in 1795 for [[South Africa]]. The van Blerk family mostly resides in [[Cape Town, South Africa]] and is still wears the various Dutch titles such as [[Prince]], [[Marquis]], [[Count]], [[Viscount]] and [[Baron]].
   
 
The [[Netherlands]] no longer recognizes the title of Duke anymore and therefore the House of van Blerk no longer uses the title. Members of the van Blerk family are granted the right to use the above mentioned titles to this day as well as the appropriate family crest and use the style of HRH or Highness depending on which branch descended from.
 
The [[Netherlands]] no longer recognizes the title of Duke anymore and therefore the House of van Blerk no longer uses the title. Members of the van Blerk family are granted the right to use the above mentioned titles to this day as well as the appropriate family crest and use the style of HRH or Highness depending on which branch descended from.

Tsuga canadensis

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Description: fractions of inches better matching precision of metric measurement

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The eastern hemlock grows well in shade and is very long lived, with the oldest recorded specimen, found in [[Tionesta, Pennsylvania]], being at least 554 years old.<ref name=treering>{{Citation| last =Gove| first =J.H.| last2 =Fairweather| first2 =S.E.| title =U.S. Forest Service General Technical Report NC-120| contribution =Tree-ring analysis of a 500-year old hemlock in central Pennsylvania| publisher =| year =1988| pages =483–489| volume =1| edition =| url =| doi =| id =}}</ref> The tree generally reaches heights of about {{convert|31|m|ft|0|abbr=off|sp=us}},<ref name=Taylor /> but exceptional trees have been recorded up to {{convert|53|m|ft|abbr=off|sp=us}}.<ref name=usis>{{Citation| last =Blozan| first =Will| last2 =| first2 =| title =The Usis Hemlock Climb| date =February 16, 2007| url =http://www.nativetreesociety.org/fieldtrips/gsmnp/usis/usis_hemlock_climb.htm| accessdate = 2007-06-08}}</ref> The diameter of the trunk at breast height is often {{convert|1.5|m|ftin|abbr=off|sp=us}}, but again, outstanding trees have been recorded up to {{convert|1.75|m|ftin|abbr=off|sp=us}}.<ref name=laurel>{{Citation| last =Blozan| first =Will| last2 =| first2 =| title =The Laurel Branch Leviathan Climb| date =December 18, 2006| url =http://www.nativetreesociety.org/tsuga/laurel_branch/laurel_branch_leviathan_climb.htm| accessdate =2007-06-08}}</ref> The trunk is usually straight and [[monopodial]], but very rarely is forked.<ref name=farjon /> The crown is broadly conic, while the brownish [[bark]] is scaly and deeply fissured, especially with age.<ref name=Taylor /> The twigs are a yellow-brown in colour with darker red-brown [[pulvinus|pulvini]], and are densely pubescent. The [[bud]]s are ovoid in shape and are very small, measuring only {{convert|1.5|to|2.5|mm|in|frac=32|abbr=on}} in length. These are usually not resinous, but may be slightly so.<ref name=Taylor /><ref name=farjon />
 
The eastern hemlock grows well in shade and is very long lived, with the oldest recorded specimen, found in [[Tionesta, Pennsylvania]], being at least 554 years old.<ref name=treering>{{Citation| last =Gove| first =J.H.| last2 =Fairweather| first2 =S.E.| title =U.S. Forest Service General Technical Report NC-120| contribution =Tree-ring analysis of a 500-year old hemlock in central Pennsylvania| publisher =| year =1988| pages =483–489| volume =1| edition =| url =| doi =| id =}}</ref> The tree generally reaches heights of about {{convert|31|m|ft|0|abbr=off|sp=us}},<ref name=Taylor /> but exceptional trees have been recorded up to {{convert|53|m|ft|abbr=off|sp=us}}.<ref name=usis>{{Citation| last =Blozan| first =Will| last2 =| first2 =| title =The Usis Hemlock Climb| date =February 16, 2007| url =http://www.nativetreesociety.org/fieldtrips/gsmnp/usis/usis_hemlock_climb.htm| accessdate = 2007-06-08}}</ref> The diameter of the trunk at breast height is often {{convert|1.5|m|ftin|abbr=off|sp=us}}, but again, outstanding trees have been recorded up to {{convert|1.75|m|ftin|abbr=off|sp=us}}.<ref name=laurel>{{Citation| last =Blozan| first =Will| last2 =| first2 =| title =The Laurel Branch Leviathan Climb| date =December 18, 2006| url =http://www.nativetreesociety.org/tsuga/laurel_branch/laurel_branch_leviathan_climb.htm| accessdate =2007-06-08}}</ref> The trunk is usually straight and [[monopodial]], but very rarely is forked.<ref name=farjon /> The crown is broadly conic, while the brownish [[bark]] is scaly and deeply fissured, especially with age.<ref name=Taylor /> The twigs are a yellow-brown in colour with darker red-brown [[pulvinus|pulvini]], and are densely pubescent. The [[bud]]s are ovoid in shape and are very small, measuring only {{convert|1.5|to|2.5|mm|in|frac=32|abbr=on}} in length. These are usually not resinous, but may be slightly so.<ref name=Taylor /><ref name=farjon />
   
The leaves are typically {{convert|15|to|20|mm|in|frac=16|abbr=on}} in length, but may be as short as {{convert|5|mm|in|frac=16|abbr=on}} or as long as {{convert|25|mm|in|frac=16|abbr=on}}. They are flattened and are typically distichous, or two-ranked. The bottom of the leaf is glaucous with two broad and clearly visible [[stomata]]l bands, while the top is a shiny green to yellow-green in colour. The leaf margins are very slightly toothed, especially near the apex. The seed [[Conifer cone|cones]] are ovoid in shape and typically measure {{convert|1.5|to|2.5|cm|in|frac=8|abbr=on}} in length and {{convert|1|to|1.5|cm|in|frac=8|abbr=on}} in width. The scales are ovate to cuneate in shape and measure {{convert|8|to|12|mm|in|frac=16|abbr=on}} in length by {{convert|7|to|10|mm|in|frac=16|abbr=on}} in width. The apex is more or less rounded and is often projected outward. Twenty-four diploid [[chromosome]]s are present within the trees' [[DNA]].<ref name=Taylor /><ref name=farjon />
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The leaves are typically {{convert|15|to|20|mm|in|frac=8|abbr=on}} in length, but may be as short as {{convert|5|mm|in|frac=8|abbr=on}} or as long as {{convert|25|mm|in|frac=8|abbr=on}}. They are flattened and are typically distichous, or two-ranked. The bottom of the leaf is glaucous with two broad and clearly visible [[stomata]]l bands, while the top is a shiny green to yellow-green in colour. The leaf margins are very slightly toothed, especially near the apex. The seed [[Conifer cone|cones]] are ovoid in shape and typically measure {{convert|1.5|to|2.5|cm|in|frac=8|abbr=on}} in length and {{convert|1|to|1.5|cm|in|frac=8|abbr=on}} in width. The scales are ovate to cuneate in shape and measure {{convert|8|to|12|mm|in|frac=16|abbr=on}} in length by {{convert|7|to|10|mm|in|frac=16|abbr=on}} in width. The apex is more or less rounded and is often projected outward. Twenty-four diploid [[chromosome]]s are present within the trees' [[DNA]].<ref name=Taylor /><ref name=farjon />
   
 
== Wood ==
 
== Wood ==

Spearfishing

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Notable spearfishers: fix format

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* Mohammed Jassim Al-Kuwari (Qatar)<ref name="Spearo DvD"/>
 
* Mohammed Jassim Al-Kuwari (Qatar)<ref name="Spearo DvD"/>
 
* Charlie Sturgill - USA - US National spearfishing champion 1951 - Innovator of modern spearfishing equipment<ref name="fathomiers.net"/>
 
* Charlie Sturgill - USA - US National spearfishing champion 1951 - Innovator of modern spearfishing equipment<ref name="fathomiers.net"/>
* Wally Gibbons<ref name=Sydney Morning Herald>{cite web |url=http://www.smh.com.au/news/obituaries/in-the-depths-of-adventure/2006/09/17/1158431583029.html | title= In the depths of adventure| acessdate = 23 September 2017}}</ref>
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* Wally Gibbons<ref name=Sydney Morning Herald>{{cite web |url=http://www.smh.com.au/news/obituaries/in-the-depths-of-adventure/2006/09/17/1158431583029.html | title= In the depths of adventure| acessdate = 23 September 2017}}</ref>
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Exhibition Centre Station (MTR)

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This station was formerly named as Exhibition Station, but later was renamed to '''Exhibition Centre Station''', while Chinese name remained the same<ref>{{cite web|title=Progress Update of the Construction of the Shatin to Central Link|url=https://www.legco.gov.hk/yr17-18/english/panels/tp/tp_rdp/papers/tp_rdp20171201cb4-260-6-e.pdf|publisher=Transport and Housing Bureau|accessdate=28 November 2017|page=Annex 2|date=Nov 2017|quote=[...]as well as the additional cost for the late handover of construction sites at Exhibition Centre Station (formerly known as Exhibition Station), the previously unbudgeted foundation works for top-side development at Exhibition Centre Station and other factors such as the shortage of labour in the construction sector. [...]}}</ref>.
 
This station was formerly named as Exhibition Station, but later was renamed to '''Exhibition Centre Station''', while Chinese name remained the same<ref>{{cite web|title=Progress Update of the Construction of the Shatin to Central Link|url=https://www.legco.gov.hk/yr17-18/english/panels/tp/tp_rdp/papers/tp_rdp20171201cb4-260-6-e.pdf|publisher=Transport and Housing Bureau|accessdate=28 November 2017|page=Annex 2|date=Nov 2017|quote=[...]as well as the additional cost for the late handover of construction sites at Exhibition Centre Station (formerly known as Exhibition Station), the previously unbudgeted foundation works for top-side development at Exhibition Centre Station and other factors such as the shortage of labour in the construction sector. [...]}}</ref>.
   
{{commons category|Exhibition Station (MTR)}}
 
   
 
==See also==
 
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{{commons category|Exhibition Centre Station (MTR)}}
 
{{Sha Tin to Central Link navbox}}
 
{{Sha Tin to Central Link navbox}}
 
{{North Island Line navbox}}
 
{{North Island Line navbox}}

English country house

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=== Minor country houses ===
 
=== Minor country houses ===
   
[[File:WaddesdonManor.JPG|thumb|[[Waddesdon Manor]]. During the Victorian era, vast country houses by wealthy industrialists and bankers were built in a variety of styles]]
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During the Victorian era, vast country houses by wealthy industrialists and bankers were built in a variety of styles]]
   
 
In the second category of Britain's country houses are those that belonged to the squirearchy or [[gentry]]. These tend either to have evolved from medieval hall houses, with rooms added as required, or were purpose-built by relatively unknown local architects. Smaller, and far greater in number than the "power houses", these were still the epicentre of their own estate, but were often the only residence of their owner.
 
In the second category of Britain's country houses are those that belonged to the squirearchy or [[gentry]]. These tend either to have evolved from medieval hall houses, with rooms added as required, or were purpose-built by relatively unknown local architects. Smaller, and far greater in number than the "power houses", these were still the epicentre of their own estate, but were often the only residence of their owner.
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=== Victorian houses ===
 
=== Victorian houses ===
 
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[[File:WaddesdonManor.JPG|thumb|[[Waddesdon Manor]].
 
Following the [[industrial revolution]] of the 19th century, a third category of country houses was built as newly rich industrialists and bankers were eager to display their wealth and taste. By the 1850s, with the English economy booming, new mansions were built in one of the many [[Revivalism (architecture)|revivalist]] architectural styles popular throughout the 19th century.<ref name="Hall, p25">Hall, p25.</ref> The builders of these new houses were able to take advantage of the political unrest in Europe that gave rise to a large trade in architectural salvage.<ref name="Hall, p25"/> This new wave of country house building is exemplified by the [[Rothschild properties in the Home counties]].
 
Following the [[industrial revolution]] of the 19th century, a third category of country houses was built as newly rich industrialists and bankers were eager to display their wealth and taste. By the 1850s, with the English economy booming, new mansions were built in one of the many [[Revivalism (architecture)|revivalist]] architectural styles popular throughout the 19th century.<ref name="Hall, p25">Hall, p25.</ref> The builders of these new houses were able to take advantage of the political unrest in Europe that gave rise to a large trade in architectural salvage.<ref name="Hall, p25"/> This new wave of country house building is exemplified by the [[Rothschild properties in the Home counties]].
   

List of original programs distributed by Netflix

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Comedy: Easy S2 now streaming

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| [[Romantic comedy]] [[anthology series]]
 
| [[Romantic comedy]] [[anthology series]]
 
| {{dts|September 22, 2016}}
 
| {{dts|September 22, 2016}}
| {{sort|008|1 season, 8 episodes}}
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| {{sort|016|2 seasons, 16 episodes}}
| {{sort|026|26–30 min.}}
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| {{sort|026|26–33 min.}}
| Season 2 due to premiere on December 1, 2017<ref name="december2017"/>
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| ''[[Haters Back Off]]''
 
| ''[[Haters Back Off]]''

Shashank Subramanyam

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Discography

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==Discography==
 
==Discography==
 
{{Overly detailed|date=January 2017|section=yes}}
 
{{Overly detailed|date=January 2017|section=yes}}
He has released over 65CDs and 6 DVDs.
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DVDs.
 
   
 
* Charukeshi - 2016
 
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* Utsav – Music Today Masters of Indian Music – DVD intro by Pandit Jasraj
 
* Utsav – Music Today Masters of Indian Music – DVD intro by Pandit Jasraj
 
* Raag Lathangi
 
* Raag Lathangi
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* Margazhi MelodiesLive Concert 2004 CD 1, CD 2
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* Kalarasana – Live in Chennai – CD 1, CD 2, CD 3
* Margazhi Melodies – Live Concert 2004 – CD 2
 
* Kalarasana – Live in Chennai – CD 1
 
* Kalarasana – Live in Chennai – CD 2
 
* Kalarasana – Live in Chennai – CD 3
 
 
* MOKSHA – Salvation
 
* MOKSHA – Salvation
 
* FLIGHTS OF ECSTASY – 2005
 
* FLIGHTS OF ECSTASY – 2005
* INTUITVE MINDS- The lute and Bamboo in a dialogue – CD 1
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* INTUITVE MINDS- The lute and Bamboo in a dialogue – CD 1, CD 2
* INTUITVE MINDS- The lute and Bamboo in a dialogue – CD 2
 
 
* KRISHNA SMARANAM – DVD
 
* KRISHNA SMARANAM – DVD
 
* ANUBHAV – DVD
 
* ANUBHAV – DVD
* KRISHNA SMARANAM – CD 1
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* KRISHNA SMARANAM – CD 1, CD 2
* KRISHNA SMARANAM – CD 2
 
 
* PULLANKUZHAL OF SOUTH INDIA – KING RECORDS
 
* PULLANKUZHAL OF SOUTH INDIA – KING RECORDS
* MUSIC ACADEMY, MADRAS – CD 1 Live
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* MUSIC ACADEMY, MADRAS – CD 1, CD 2, CD 3
* MUSIC ACADEMY, MADRAS – CD 2 – Live
 
* MUSIC ACADEMY, MADRAS – CD 3 – Live
 
 
* SAMMILAN – North and South in a melting pot
 
* SAMMILAN – North and South in a melting pot
 
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* FLUTE FANTASIA – NAVRAS RECORDS
 
* FLUTE FANTASIA – NAVRAS RECORDS
 
* REMINISCENCE OF BRINDAVAN
 
* REMINISCENCE OF BRINDAVAN
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* MOMENTS OF ECSTASY – CD 2
 
 
* God has many names – Swiss text book CD – 1995
 
* God has many names – Swiss text book CD – 1995
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* Melodies from the Bamboo Flute – CD 1 and 2 – 1993
* Melodies from the Bamboo Flute – Album 4 – 1993
 
* Melodies from the Bamboo Flute – Album 3 – 1993
 
 
* Melodies from the Bamboo Flutes – Album 2 – 1992
 
* Melodies from the Bamboo Flutes – Album 2 – 1992
 
* Melodies from the Bamboo Flutes – Album 1 – 1991
 
* Melodies from the Bamboo Flutes – Album 1 – 1991

Talk:Harbata

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New page

{{WikiProject Lebanon|class=Stub|importance=Low}}

Talk:List of video games considered the best

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[[User:Phediuk|Phediuk]] ([[User talk:Phediuk|talk]]) 06:45, 1 December 2017 (UTC)
 
[[User:Phediuk|Phediuk]] ([[User talk:Phediuk|talk]]) 06:45, 1 December 2017 (UTC)
: So far, a preliminary check indicates the following new entries will go on the main page as the result of this list: Herzog Zwei, Hitman: Blood Money, Call of Duty, Mario Kart 8, Marble Madness, A Mind Forever Voyaging, The Oregon Trail, Ultima VII: The Black Gate, Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty, Alone in the Dark (1992), Tony Hawk's Pro Skater, Left 4 Dead 2, Halo 2, Heroes of Might & Magic III, Another World, Marvel vs. Capcom 2, Tempest 2000, Arkanoid, Hearthstone, Max Payne 2, Overwatch, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II, FTL, Age of Empires, The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay, Destiny, and Battlezone (1980). [[User:Phediuk|Phediuk]] ([[User talk:Phediuk|talk]]) 07:31, 1 December 2017 (UTC)
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: So far, a preliminary check indicates the following new entries will go on the main page as the result of this list: Herzog Zwei, Hitman: Blood Money, Call of Duty, Mario Kart 8, Marble Madness, A Mind Forever Voyaging, The Oregon Trail, Ultima VII: The Black Gate, Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty, Alone in the Dark (1992), Tony Hawk's Pro Skater, Left 4 Dead 2, Halo 2, Heroes of Might & Magic III, Another World, Marvel vs. Capcom 2, Tempest 2000, Arkanoid, Hearthstone, Max Payne 2, Dune 2, Overwatch, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II, FTL, Age of Empires, The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay, Destiny, and Battlezone (1980). [[User:Phediuk|Phediuk]] ([[User talk:Phediuk|talk]]) 07:31, 1 December 2017 (UTC)
:: At present, there are 213 games on the list, and these additions will bring that number to 240, a reasonable number for a list that encompasses all video games. Nevertheless, I propose that, should the main page cross 250 entries, the minimum source requirement be raised from three to four. [[User:Phediuk|Phediuk]] ([[User talk:Phediuk|talk]]) 07:49, 1 December 2017 (UTC)
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:: At present, there are 213 games on the list, and these additions will bring that number to 241, a reasonable number for a list that encompasses all video games. Nevertheless, I propose that, should the main page cross 250 entries, the minimum source requirement be raised from three to four. [[User:Phediuk|Phediuk]] ([[User talk:Phediuk|talk]]) 07:49, 1 December 2017 (UTC)