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Draft:Avi Melamed

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References

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<ref>[http://www1.cbn.com/cbnnews/israel/2017/may/why-israels-quietest-border-could-face-a-massive-eruption Why Israel's Quietest Border Could Face a 'Massive Eruption]</ref>
 
<ref>[http://www1.cbn.com/cbnnews/israel/2017/may/why-israels-quietest-border-could-face-a-massive-eruption Why Israel's Quietest Border Could Face a 'Massive Eruption]</ref>
 
June 1, 2017
 
June 1, 2017
 
 
<ref>Forbes [https://www.forbes.com/sites/realspin/2016/04/05/a-realistic-solution-to-the-israeli-palestinian-conflict/|thumb|"A Realistic Solution To The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict"]</ref>
 
<ref>Forbes [https://www.forbes.com/sites/realspin/2016/04/05/a-realistic-solution-to-the-israeli-palestinian-conflict/|thumb|"A Realistic Solution To The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict"]</ref>
 
 
<ref>PBS (WVIA) - "[http://www.pbs.org/video/wvia-special-presentations-avi-melamed-inside-middle-east/ Avi Melamed - Inside the Middle East]"</ref> 2015
 
<ref>PBS (WVIA) - "[http://www.pbs.org/video/wvia-special-presentations-avi-melamed-inside-middle-east/ Avi Melamed - Inside the Middle East]"</ref> 2015
 
 
<ref> The Hill - "[http://thehill.com/blogs/congress-blog/foreign-policy/274205-america-must-revolutionize-its-understanding-of-the-middle America Must Revolutionize its Understanding of the Middle East]"</ref> March 28, 2016
 
<ref> The Hill - "[http://thehill.com/blogs/congress-blog/foreign-policy/274205-america-must-revolutionize-its-understanding-of-the-middle America Must Revolutionize its Understanding of the Middle East]"</ref> March 28, 2016
   

Draft:ORBITEC

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Ma Huateng

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| alma mater = [[Shenzhen University]]
 
| alma mater = [[Shenzhen University]]
| networth = {{increase}} US$48.4 billion (November 2017)<ref>{{cite web|title=Ma Huateng|url=https://www.forbes.com/profile/ma-huateng/|website=Forbes|language=en}}</ref>
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| networth = {{increase}} US$43 billion (DECEMBER 2017)<ref>{{cite web|title=Ma Huateng|url=https://www.forbes.com/profile/ma-huateng/|website=Forbes|language=en}}</ref>
 
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Weston Green

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'''Weston Green''' is a small suburban village{{#tag:ref|An almost identical definition is the parish of '''Weston''', which officially gives the village a status as one of the [[villages in England]]|group= n}} and a [[wards of the United Kingdom|ward]] in the [[Elmbridge]] borough of [[Surrey]]. This area was, until 1901, a part of [[Thames Ditton]] with which it remains contiguous and associated. Weston Green is also contiguous with [[Esher]], which provides the village's closest railway station. The village forms a rough triangle of land along the west side of the midsection of the [[Hampton Court Branch Line]] next to [[Thames Ditton railway station]] and down to [[Esher railway station]] (which is on the [[South Western Main Line]]), with the split between the two being the part dual-carriageway, the [[A309 road (Great Britain)|A309]]. A green which faces this is not the main part of the Green but has four pubs or restaurants and the parish church.
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'''Weston Green''' is a small suburban village{{#tag:ref|An almost identical definition is the parish of '''Weston''', which officially gives the village a status as one of the [[villages in England]]|group= n}} and a [[wards of the United Kingdom|ward]] in the [[Elmbridge]] borough of [[Surrey]]. This area was, until 1901, a part of [[Thames Ditton]] with which it remains contiguous and associated. Weston Green is also contiguous with [[Esher]], which provides the village's closest railway station. The village forms a rough triangle of land along the west side of the midsection of the [[Hampton Court Branch Line]] next to [[Thames Ditton railway station]] and down to [[Esher railway station]] (which is on the [[South Western Main Line]]), with the split between the two being the part dual-carriageway, the [[A309 road (Great Britain)|A309]].
   
 
==History==
 
==History==

User:Damianbec/sandbox

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* ''Nontaxable Settlement Proceeds Require Careful Documents'' in [[Los Angeles Daily Journal]]
 
* ''Nontaxable Settlement Proceeds Require Careful Documents'' in [[Los Angeles Daily Journal]]
 
* ''Estate Tax Planning And The Codified Economic Substance Doctrine: An Uneasy Connection'' in California State Bar Trusts and Estate Quarterly
 
* ''Estate Tax Planning And The Codified Economic Substance Doctrine: An Uneasy Connection'' in California State Bar Trusts and Estate Quarterly
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=== 2010 Publications ===
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* ''Shock and Awe: Obama's Concession on Estate Taxes'' in [[Los Angeles Daily Journal]]
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* ''Modifying Irrevocable Trusts To Reflect Family Changes'' in [[Los Angeles Daily Journal]]
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* ''Estate Tax Planning Is Asset Protection Planning'' in [[Los Angeles Daily Journal]]
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* ''Economic Substance Doctrine: The IRS Newly Fortified Weapon'' in [[Los Angeles Daily Journal]]
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* ''Zero Estate Tax Planning: Many Roads To Heaven'' in [[Los Angeles Daily Journal]]
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* ''Your April 15, 2011 Tax return: It's Not Too Late To Plan'' in [[Los Angeles Daily Journal]]
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* ''Never Pay Income Tax On Your Retirement Plan'' in [[Los Angeles Daily Journal]]
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* ''Economic Substance Doctrine – Six Months After Codification'' in Journal of Tax Practice & Procedure
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* ''S.G. Smith: Taxpayer Must Pay The Listed Transaction Penalty and Sue For A Refund'' in Journal of Tax Practice & Procedure
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* ''Economic Substance Doctrine: The Curious Case of Codification'' in Journal of Tax Practice & Procedure
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* ''Chapter 17 – Qualified Personal Residence Trusts'' in California Continuing Education of the Bar (CEB)'s Drafting California Irrevocable Trust

Talk:Aspartame/Archive 7

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Aspartame production: unlink to help with monitoring mainspace abuse of non-RS website using AWB

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::http://www.upi.com/Science_News/2013/08/26/Aspartame-patent-reveals-E-coli-feces-used/8131377527919/
 
::http://www.upi.com/Science_News/2013/08/26/Aspartame-patent-reveals-E-coli-feces-used/8131377527919/
 
::www.naturalnews.com/041766_aspartame_gm_bacteria_patent.html {{Unreliable fringe source}}
 
::www.naturalnews.com/041766_aspartame_gm_bacteria_patent.html {{Unreliable fringe source}}
::http://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/aspartame-genetically-modified-bacterial-excretions-your-food-and-drink Helios solaris 14:01, 15 November 2014 (UTC)
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::<!-- unlinked to help with abuse monitoring><nowiki>http://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/aspartame-genetically-modified-bacterial-excretions-your-food-and-drink</nowiki> Helios solaris 14:01, 15 November 2014 (UTC)
   
 
::: thanks for your thoughts, but none of those are [[WP:RS|reliable sources]]. Natural News, oy! [[User:Jytdog|Jytdog]] ([[User talk:Jytdog|talk]]) 14:38, 15 November 2014 (UTC)
 
::: thanks for your thoughts, but none of those are [[WP:RS|reliable sources]]. Natural News, oy! [[User:Jytdog|Jytdog]] ([[User talk:Jytdog|talk]]) 14:38, 15 November 2014 (UTC)

Egy Maulana

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Individual honours

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* [[Gothia Cup|Gothia Cup Sweden]] : Golden Boot : 2016<ref name="blogspot.co.id"/>
 
* [[Gothia Cup|Gothia Cup Sweden]] : Golden Boot : 2016<ref name="blogspot.co.id"/>
 
* [[Soeratin Cup]] Topscorers : 2016<ref name="blogspot.co.id"/>
 
* [[Soeratin Cup]] Topscorers : 2016<ref name="blogspot.co.id"/>
* [[Toulon Tournament]] Breakthrough player: [[2017 Toulon Tournament|2017]]<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.bola.com/indonesia/read/2980878/egy-maulana-vikry-raih-penghargaan-di-turnamen-toulon-2017|title=Egy Maulana Vikry Raih Penghargaan di Turnamen Toulon 2017|first=|last=Bola.com|publisher=}}</ref>
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* [[Toulon Tournament|Toulon Tournament France]] Breakthrough player: [[2017 Toulon Tournament|2017]]<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.bola.com/indonesia/read/2980878/egy-maulana-vikry-raih-penghargaan-di-turnamen-toulon-2017|title=Egy Maulana Vikry Raih Penghargaan di Turnamen Toulon 2017|first=|last=Bola.com|publisher=}}</ref>
 
* [[AFF U-19 Youth Championship]]: Topscorers : [[2017 AFF U-18 Youth Championship|2017]]
 
* [[AFF U-19 Youth Championship]]: Topscorers : [[2017 AFF U-18 Youth Championship|2017]]
   

El Gran Show (Reyes del Show of 2017)

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Scoring charts

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:<span style="color:red;">''Red numbers''</span> indicate the sentenced for each week
 
:<span style="color:red;">''Red numbers''</span> indicate the sentenced for each week

User:Vikasmalik1238.v

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User account Vikasmalik1238.v was created

Trust (U.S. TV series)

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see also

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[[Hannah New]] and [[Anna Chancellor]] have recurring roles in the series.<ref>{{cite news|last=Petski|first=Denise|title='The Dangerous Book For Boys' Casts Kyan Zielinski; Hannah New Joins 'Trust'|url=http://deadline.com/2017/07/the-dangerous-book-for-boys-casts-kyan-zielinski-hannah-new-trust-1202129003/|accessdate=July 14, 2017|work=Deadline|date=July 15, 2017}}</ref>
 
[[Hannah New]] and [[Anna Chancellor]] have recurring roles in the series.<ref>{{cite news|last=Petski|first=Denise|title='The Dangerous Book For Boys' Casts Kyan Zielinski; Hannah New Joins 'Trust'|url=http://deadline.com/2017/07/the-dangerous-book-for-boys-casts-kyan-zielinski-hannah-new-trust-1202129003/|accessdate=July 14, 2017|work=Deadline|date=July 15, 2017}}</ref>
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==See also==
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*''[[All the Money in the World]]''
   
 
==References==
 
==References==

Talk:Hepatocellular carcinoma/Archive 1

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== Prevention with the Hepatitis B vaccine ==
 
== Prevention with the Hepatitis B vaccine ==
   
The prevention section currently links to a WHO vaccinate advise which is based on 10+ year old references. However in the meantime evidence is mounting that the Hepatitis B vaccine might not be safe based on latest science, for instance http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-500690_162-5369814.html or http://www.greenmedinfo.com/anti-therapeutic-action/vaccination-hepatitis-b [[User:Prokaryotes|Prokaryotes]] ([[User talk:Prokaryotes|talk]]) 16:24, 28 August 2013 (UTC)
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The prevention section currently links to a WHO vaccinate advise which is based on 10+ year old references. However in the meantime evidence is mounting that the Hepatitis B vaccine might not be safe based on latest science, for instance http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-500690_162-5369814.html or <!-- unlinked to help with abuse monitoring><nowiki>http://www.greenmedinfo.com/anti-therapeutic-action/vaccination-hepatitis-b</nowiki> [[User:Prokaryotes|Prokaryotes]] ([[User talk:Prokaryotes|talk]]) 16:24, 28 August 2013 (UTC)
   
 
: The issues mentioned in these sources are not for this article. Please discuss them on the [[Hepatitis B vaccine]] articles talk page. I suggest you find sources unrelated to [[Andrew Wakefield]], a proven fraud, and make sure your medical sources (reviews, not primary research) are up to par as far as [[WP:MEDRS]] goes. Then discuss it there. -- [[User:BullRangifer|Brangifer]] ([[User talk:BullRangifer|talk]]) 05:19, 29 August 2013 (UTC)
 
: The issues mentioned in these sources are not for this article. Please discuss them on the [[Hepatitis B vaccine]] articles talk page. I suggest you find sources unrelated to [[Andrew Wakefield]], a proven fraud, and make sure your medical sources (reviews, not primary research) are up to par as far as [[WP:MEDRS]] goes. Then discuss it there. -- [[User:BullRangifer|Brangifer]] ([[User talk:BullRangifer|talk]]) 05:19, 29 August 2013 (UTC)
:: I disagree. The sources at http://www.greenmedinfo.com/anti-therapeutic-action/vaccination-hepatitis-b are in part about hepatitis causing reactions, which are cited with pubMed.gov publication and [[WP:MEDRS]] states "The Abridged Index Medicus provides a list of 114 selected "core clinical journals" (this subset of the medical literature can be searched in PubMed using a 'journal categories' filter)", therefore i can not agree with your assertion that the source is not on par with MEDRS or what you try to establish with the mention of Andrew Wakefield - which is unrelated. THough i could link all these studies separately but thought the greenmedinfo page serves as a good overview. Preventive treatment for HC should mention the HVB vaccine and shortly possible adverse effects. Further reading could then be established on the related wikipedia page as you suggested [[User:Prokaryotes|Prokaryotes]] ([[User talk:Prokaryotes|talk]]) 07:30, 29 August 2013 (UTC)
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:: I disagree. The sources at <!-- unlinked to help with abuse monitoring><nowiki>http://www.greenmedinfo.com/anti-therapeutic-action/vaccination-hepatitis-b</nowiki> are in part about hepatitis causing reactions, which are cited with pubMed.gov publication and [[WP:MEDRS]] states "The Abridged Index Medicus provides a list of 114 selected "core clinical journals" (this subset of the medical literature can be searched in PubMed using a 'journal categories' filter)", therefore i can not agree with your assertion that the source is not on par with MEDRS or what you try to establish with the mention of Andrew Wakefield - which is unrelated. THough i could link all these studies separately but thought the greenmedinfo page serves as a good overview. Preventive treatment for HC should mention the HVB vaccine and shortly possible adverse effects. Further reading could then be established on the related wikipedia page as you suggested [[User:Prokaryotes|Prokaryotes]] ([[User talk:Prokaryotes|talk]]) 07:30, 29 August 2013 (UTC)

Overchoice

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CQ, refpunct., alpha

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'''Overchoice''' or '''choice overload'''<ref name=whitmore>[http://www-psych.stanford.edu/~wit/CS547talk/choice01.html Paul Whitmore, 2001, http://www-psych.stanford.edu/]</ref> is a cognitive process in which people have a difficult time making a decision when faced with many options. The term was first introduced by [[Alvin Toffler]] in his 1970 book, ''[[Future Shock]]''. <ref name=simon>Thomas W. Simon, ''Democracy and Social Injustice: Law, Politics, and Philosophy'', Rowman & Littlefield, 1995, {{ISBN|0-8476-7938-1}}, [https://books.google.com/books?id=7ZlulI3dqbcC&pg=PA143&vq=overchoice&dq=%22overchoice%22+Toffler&lr=&as_brr=3&source=gbs_search_s&cad=0 Google Print, p.143]</ref>
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'''Overchoice''' or '''choice overload'''<ref name=whitmore>[http://www-psych.stanford.edu/~wit/CS547talk/choice01.html Paul Whitmore, 2001, http://www-psych.stanford.edu/]</ref> is a cognitive process in which people have a difficult time making a decision when faced with many options. The term was first introduced by [[Alvin Toffler]] in his 1970 book, ''[[Future Shock]]''.<ref name=simon>Thomas W. Simon, ''Democracy and Social Injustice: Law, Politics, and Philosophy'', Rowman & Littlefield, 1995, {{ISBN|0-8476-7938-1}}, [https://books.google.com/books?id=7ZlulI3dqbcC&pg=PA143&vq=overchoice&dq=%22overchoice%22+Toffler&lr=&as_brr=3&source=gbs_search_s&cad=0 Google Print, p.143]</ref>
   
 
==Psychological process==
 
==Psychological process==
The phenomenon of overchoice occurs when many equivalent choices are available. <ref name=Iyengar /> Making a decision becomes overwhelming due to the many potential outcomes and risks that may result from making the wrong choice. Having too many approximately equally good options is mentally draining because each option must be weighed against alternatives to select the best one. The satisfaction of choices by number of options available can be described by an inverted "U" model.<ref>Shah, A. M., & Wolford, G. (2007). Buying behavior as a function of parametric variation of number of choices. Psychological Science, 18, 369-370. doi:10.1111/j.1467-9280.2007.01906.x</ref> In this model, having no choice results in very low satisfaction. Initially more choices lead to more satisfaction, but as the number of choices increases it then peaks and people tend to feel more pressure, confusion, and potentially dissatisfaction with their choice. Although larger choice sets can be initially appealing, smaller choice sets lead to increased satisfaction and reduced regret. Another component of overchoice is the perception of time. Extensive choice sets can seem even more difficult with a limited time constraint.<ref name=Inbar>{{cite journal|last1=Inbar|first1=Yoel|last2=Botti|first2=Simona|last3=Hanko|first3=Karlene|title=Decision speed and choice regret: When haste feels like waste|journal=Journal of Experimental Social Psychology|date=May 2011|volume=47|issue=3|pages=533–540|doi=10.1016/j.jesp.2011.01.011}}</ref>
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The phenomenon of overchoice occurs when many equivalent choices are available.<ref name=Iyengar /> Making a decision becomes overwhelming due to the many potential outcomes and risks that may result from making the wrong choice. Having too many approximately equally good options is mentally draining because each option must be weighed against alternatives to select the best one. The satisfaction of choices by number of options available can be described by an inverted "U" model.<ref>Shah, A. M., & Wolford, G. (2007). Buying behavior as a function of parametric variation of number of choices. Psychological Science, 18, 369-370. doi:10.1111/j.1467-9280.2007.01906.x</ref> In this model, having no choice results in very low satisfaction. Initially more choices lead to more satisfaction, but as the number of choices increases it then peaks and people tend to feel more pressure, confusion, and potentially dissatisfaction with their choice. Although larger choice sets can be initially appealing, smaller choice sets lead to increased satisfaction and reduced regret. Another component of overchoice is the perception of time. Extensive choice sets can seem even more difficult with a limited time constraint.<ref name=Inbar>{{cite journal|last1=Inbar|first1=Yoel|last2=Botti|first2=Simona|last3=Hanko|first3=Karlene|title=Decision speed and choice regret: When haste feels like waste|journal=Journal of Experimental Social Psychology|date=May 2011|volume=47|issue=3|pages=533–540|doi=10.1016/j.jesp.2011.01.011}}</ref>
   
 
Examples of overchoice include increased college options, career options, and prospective romantic relationships. Many of these increased options can be attributed to modern technology. In today's society we have easy access to more information, products and opportunities.
 
Examples of overchoice include increased college options, career options, and prospective romantic relationships. Many of these increased options can be attributed to modern technology. In today's society we have easy access to more information, products and opportunities.
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==Psychological implications==
 
==Psychological implications==
 
Decision-makers in large choice situations enjoy the decision process more than those with smaller choice sets, but feel more responsible for their decisions.<ref name=Iyengar /> Despite this, more choices result with more dissatisfaction and [[regret]] in decisions.<ref name=Iyengar /> The feeling of responsibility causes [[cognitive dissonance]] when presented with large array situations.<ref name=Inbar /> In this situation, cognitive dissonance results when there is a mental difference between the choice made and the choice that should have been made. More choices lead to more cognitive dissonance because it increases the chance that the decision-maker made the wrong decision. These large array situations cause the chooser to feel both enjoyment as well as feel overwhelmed with their choices. These opposing emotions contribute to [[cognitive dissonance]], and causes the chooser to feel less motivated to make a decision. This also disables them from using psychological processes to enhance the attractiveness of their own choices.<ref name=Inbar />
 
Decision-makers in large choice situations enjoy the decision process more than those with smaller choice sets, but feel more responsible for their decisions.<ref name=Iyengar /> Despite this, more choices result with more dissatisfaction and [[regret]] in decisions.<ref name=Iyengar /> The feeling of responsibility causes [[cognitive dissonance]] when presented with large array situations.<ref name=Inbar /> In this situation, cognitive dissonance results when there is a mental difference between the choice made and the choice that should have been made. More choices lead to more cognitive dissonance because it increases the chance that the decision-maker made the wrong decision. These large array situations cause the chooser to feel both enjoyment as well as feel overwhelmed with their choices. These opposing emotions contribute to [[cognitive dissonance]], and causes the chooser to feel less motivated to make a decision. This also disables them from using psychological processes to enhance the attractiveness of their own choices.<ref name=Inbar />
Choosers in large array situations do enjoy their decision-making process more than those in small array situations.<ref name=Iyengar /> The amount of time allotted to make a decision also has an effect on an individual's perception of their choice. Larger choice sets with a small amount of time results in more [[regret]] with the decision. When more time is provided, the process of choosing is more enjoyable in large array situations and results in less regret after the decision has been made. <ref name=Iyengar />
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Choosers in large array situations do enjoy their decision-making process more than those in small array situations.<ref name=Iyengar /> The amount of time allotted to make a decision also has an effect on an individual's perception of their choice. Larger choice sets with a small amount of time results in more [[regret]] with the decision. When more time is provided, the process of choosing is more enjoyable in large array situations and results in less regret after the decision has been made.<ref name=Iyengar />
   
 
==Reversal when choosing for others==
 
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==In an economic setting==
 
==In an economic setting==
The psychological phenomenon of overchoice can most often be seen in economic applications. There are limitless products currently on the market. Having more choices, such as a vast amount of goods and services available, appears to be appealing initially, but too many choices can make decisions more difficult. According to Miller (1956), a consumer can only process seven items at a time. After that the consumer would have to create a coping strategy to make an informed decision.<ref>{{Cite journal|last=Miller|first=George A.|title=The magical number seven, plus or minus two: some limits on our capacity for processing information.|url=http://doi.apa.org/getdoi.cfm?doi=10.1037/h0043158|journal=Psychological Review|language=en|volume=63|issue=2|pages=81–97|doi=10.1037/h0043158}}</ref> This can lead to consumer's being indecisive, unhappy, and even refrain from making the choice (purchase) at all. <ref name=SG>{{cite journal|last1=Settle|first1=Robert B.|last2=Golden|first2=Linda L.|editor1-last=Ward|editor1-first=Scott|editor2-last=Wright|editor2-first=Peter|title=Consumer Perceptions: Overhoice in the Market Place|journal=Advances in Consumer Research|volume=01|page=29-39|url=http://www.acrwebsite.org/volumes/display.asp?id=5647 |accessdate=26 July 2016}}</ref> <ref name=gs>John T. Gourville, Dilip Soman, [http://www.rotman.utoronto.ca/bicpapers/pdf/04-08.pdf OVERCHOICE AND ASSORTMENT TYPE: WHEN AND WHY VARIETY BACKFIRES]</ref><ref name=boni>Ilona Boniwell, ''Positive Psychology in a Nutshell: A Balanced Introduction to the Science of Optimal Functioning'', Personal Well-Being Centre, 2006, {{ISBN|0-9548387-8-5}}, [https://books.google.com/books?id=PIHkDemTHggC&pg=PA74&dq=Overchoice+toffler&lr=&as_brr=3&ei=DeYySYepH4yuyATbh_n4DQ Google Print, p.74-75]</ref><ref name=Iyengar>[[Sheena Iyengar|Iyengar, S. S.]], & Lepper, M. (2000). When Choice is Demotivating: Can One Desire Too Much of a Good Thing? Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 79, 995-1006.</ref> [[Alvin Toffler]] noted that as the choice turns to overchoice, "freedom of more choices" ironically becomes the opposite—the "unfreedom". Often, a customer makes a decision without sufficiently researching his choices, which may often require days.<ref name=boni/> When confronted with too many choices especially under a time constraint, many people prefer to make no choice at all, even if making a choice would lead to a better outcome.
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The psychological phenomenon of overchoice can most often be seen in economic applications. There are limitless products currently on the market. Having more choices, such as a vast amount of goods and services available, appears to be appealing initially, but too many choices can make decisions more difficult. According to Miller (1956), a consumer can only process seven items at a time. After that the consumer would have to create a coping strategy to make an informed decision.<ref>{{Cite journal|last=Miller|first=George A.|title=The magical number seven, plus or minus two: some limits on our capacity for processing information.|url=http://doi.apa.org/getdoi.cfm?doi=10.1037/h0043158|journal=Psychological Review|language=en|volume=63|issue=2|pages=81–97|doi=10.1037/h0043158}}</ref> This can lead to consumer's being indecisive, unhappy, and even refrain from making the choice (purchase) at all.<ref name=SG>{{cite journal|last1=Settle|first1=Robert B.|last2=Golden|first2=Linda L.|editor1-last=Ward|editor1-first=Scott|editor2-last=Wright|editor2-first=Peter|title=Consumer Perceptions: Overhoice in the Market Place|journal=Advances in Consumer Research|volume=01|page=29-39|url=http://www.acrwebsite.org/volumes/display.asp?id=5647 |accessdate=26 July 2016}}</ref><ref name=gs>John T. Gourville, Dilip Soman, [http://www.rotman.utoronto.ca/bicpapers/pdf/04-08.pdf OVERCHOICE AND ASSORTMENT TYPE: WHEN AND WHY VARIETY BACKFIRES]</ref><ref name=boni>Ilona Boniwell, ''Positive Psychology in a Nutshell: A Balanced Introduction to the Science of Optimal Functioning'', Personal Well-Being Centre, 2006, {{ISBN|0-9548387-8-5}}, [https://books.google.com/books?id=PIHkDemTHggC&pg=PA74&dq=Overchoice+toffler&lr=&as_brr=3&ei=DeYySYepH4yuyATbh_n4DQ Google Print, p.74-75]</ref><ref name=Iyengar>[[Sheena Iyengar|Iyengar, S. S.]], & Lepper, M. (2000). When Choice is Demotivating: Can One Desire Too Much of a Good Thing? Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 79, 995-1006.</ref> [[Alvin Toffler]] noted that as the choice turns to overchoice, "freedom of more choices" ironically becomes the opposite—the "unfreedom". Often, a customer makes a decision without sufficiently researching his choices, which may often require days.<ref name=boni/> When confronted with too many choices especially under a time constraint, many people prefer to make no choice at all, even if making a choice would lead to a better outcome.
   
Existence of overchoice, both perceived and real, is supported by studies as early as the mid-1970s. <ref name=SG /><ref name=boni/> Numbers of various [[brand]]s, from soaps to cars, have been steadily rising for over half a century.<ref name=boni/> In just one example—different brands of soap and detergents—the numbers of choices offered by an average US [[supermarket]] went from 65 in 1950, through 200 in 1963, to over 360 in 2004. The more choices tend to increase the time it requires to make a decision.<ref name=boni/>
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Existence of overchoice, both perceived and real, is supported by studies as early as the mid-1970s.<ref name=SG /><ref name=boni/> Numbers of various [[brand]]s, from soaps to cars, have been steadily rising for over half a century.<ref name=boni/> In just one example—different brands of soap and detergents—the numbers of choices offered by an average US [[supermarket]] went from 65 in 1950, through 200 in 1963, to over 360 in 2004. The more choices tend to increase the time it requires to make a decision.<ref name=boni/>
   
 
===Variety and complexity===
 
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Complexity is the negative aspect of assortment. Complexity is important for the second step in making a choice- when a consumer needs to choose an option from an assortment. When making a choice for an individual item within an assortment, too much variety increases complexity. This can cause a consumer to delay or opt out of making a decision.<ref name=Townsend/>
 
Complexity is the negative aspect of assortment. Complexity is important for the second step in making a choice- when a consumer needs to choose an option from an assortment. When making a choice for an individual item within an assortment, too much variety increases complexity. This can cause a consumer to delay or opt out of making a decision.<ref name=Townsend/>
   
Images are processed as a whole when making a purchasing decision. This means they require less mental effort to be processed which gives the consumer a sense that the information is being processed faster.<ref name=Townsend/> Consumers prefer this visual shortcut to processing, termed "visual [[heuristic]]" by Townsend, no matter how big the choice set size. Images increase our perceived variety of options. As previously stated, variety is good when making the first step of choosing an assortment. On the other hand, verbal descriptions are processed in a way that the words that make up a sentence are perceived individually. That is, our minds string words along to develop our understanding. In larger choice sets where there is more variety, perceived complexity decreases when verbal descriptions are used.<ref name=Townsend/>
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Images are processed as a whole when making a purchasing decision. This means they require less mental effort to be processed which gives the consumer a sense that the information is being processed faster.<ref name=Townsend/> Consumers prefer this visual shortcut to processing, termed "visual [[heuristic]]" by Townsend, no matter how big the choice set size. Images increase our perceived variety of options. As previously stated, variety is good when making the first step of choosing an assortment. On the other hand, verbal descriptions are processed in a way that the words that make up a sentence are perceived individually. That is, our minds string words along to develop our understanding. In larger choice sets where there is more variety, perceived complexity decreases when verbal descriptions are used.<ref name=Townsend/>
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
* [[Tyranny of small decisions]]
 
* [[Information overload]]
 
* ''[[The Paradox of Choice: Why More Is Less]]'', a 2004 book by Barry Schwartz
 
 
* [[Buyer's remorse]]
 
* [[Buyer's remorse]]
 
* [[Choice architecture]]
 
* [[Choice architecture]]
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==References==
 
==References==

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Did you enter the Wikipedia-en-help IRC channel and ask about creating a article on Zebronics? Just asking, as someone did and said they were you. They did so using an IP address tha was blocked for sockpuppetry. Thanks, <sub style="border:2px solid #FF0000;padding:1px;">[[User:Adotchar|<font style="color:#000000;background:#ffffff;">Adotchar</font>]]&#124;[[User talk:Adotchar|<font style="color:#000000;background:#ffffff;"> reply here</font>]]</sub> 12:05, 30 November 2017 (UTC)
 
Did you enter the Wikipedia-en-help IRC channel and ask about creating a article on Zebronics? Just asking, as someone did and said they were you. They did so using an IP address tha was blocked for sockpuppetry. Thanks, <sub style="border:2px solid #FF0000;padding:1px;">[[User:Adotchar|<font style="color:#000000;background:#ffffff;">Adotchar</font>]]&#124;[[User talk:Adotchar|<font style="color:#000000;background:#ffffff;"> reply here</font>]]</sub> 12:05, 30 November 2017 (UTC)
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'''beIN Sports Australia''' is a sports television network operating in [[Australia]] available to homes and businesses across Australia. The network started life in 2007 as Setanta Sports Australia which was part of the [[Setanta Sports]] Group of television channels that operate around the world.
 
'''beIN Sports Australia''' is a sports television network operating in [[Australia]] available to homes and businesses across Australia. The network started life in 2007 as Setanta Sports Australia which was part of the [[Setanta Sports]] Group of television channels that operate around the world.
   
In late 2014, Setanta Sports Australia was acquired by the beIN Media Group, a subsidiary of [[Al Jazeera Media Network]]. As a result, on 24 November 2014, the channel was rebranded as '''[[beIN Sports|beIN]] Sports'''.<ref>{{cite web|last=Hilliard|first=Mark|title=Setanta SPORTS Australia set to be sold to Al Jazeera|publisher=The Irish Times|date=14 August 2014|url=http://www.irishtimes.com/business/sectors/media-and-marketing/setanta-sports-australia-set-to-be-sold-to-al-jazeera-1.1897079|accessdate=18 August 2014}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|last=Vojdinoski|first=Clint|title=Bein Sport Close Setanta Australia Deal|publisher=Sports Business Insider|date=16 October 2014|url=http://sportsbusinessinsider.com.au/news/bein-sport-close-setanta-australia-deal/|accessdate=31 December 2014}}</ref>
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In late 2014, Setanta Sports Australia was acquired by the beIN Media Group, a subsidiary of [[Al Jazeera Media Network]]. As a result, on 24 November 2014, the channel was rebranded as '''[[beIN Sports|beIN Sports]]'''.<ref>{{cite web|last=Hilliard|first=Mark|title=Setanta SPORTS Australia set to be sold to Al Jazeera|publisher=The Irish Times|date=14 August 2014|url=http://www.irishtimes.com/business/sectors/media-and-marketing/setanta-sports-australia-set-to-be-sold-to-al-jazeera-1.1897079|accessdate=18 August 2014}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|last=Vojdinoski|first=Clint|title=Bein Sport Close Setanta Australia Deal|publisher=Sports Business Insider|date=16 October 2014|url=http://sportsbusinessinsider.com.au/news/bein-sport-close-setanta-australia-deal/|accessdate=31 December 2014}}</ref>
   
 
beIN Sports Australia provides a range of international sport specialising in [[association football|football]], [[Rugby Union]], tennis and European handball. beIN Sports Australia's broadcast rights include [[UEFA Champions League]], [[UEFA Europa League]], [[FA Community Shield]], [[Football League Cup|Capital One Cup]], [[Football League Championship]], [[Fußball-Bundesliga|German Bundesliga]], [[La Liga]], [[Serie A|Italian Serie A]], [[Scottish Professional Football League|SPFL]], [[Six Nations Championship|RBS 6 Nations]] and [[European Rugby Champions Cup]], [[Major League Soccer]] and [[Women's Tennis Association|WTA]].
 
beIN Sports Australia provides a range of international sport specialising in [[association football|football]], [[Rugby Union]], tennis and European handball. beIN Sports Australia's broadcast rights include [[UEFA Champions League]], [[UEFA Europa League]], [[FA Community Shield]], [[Football League Cup|Capital One Cup]], [[Football League Championship]], [[Fußball-Bundesliga|German Bundesliga]], [[La Liga]], [[Serie A|Italian Serie A]], [[Scottish Professional Football League|SPFL]], [[Six Nations Championship|RBS 6 Nations]] and [[European Rugby Champions Cup]], [[Major League Soccer]] and [[Women's Tennis Association|WTA]].

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::One more site to add with excellent series on this topic linked here - [http://www.quackwatch.org/03HealthPromotion/immu/immu00.html Quack Watch] --[[User:Daffydavid|Daffydavid]] ([[User talk:Daffydavid|talk]]) 21:05, 16 October 2012 (UTC)
 
::One more site to add with excellent series on this topic linked here - [http://www.quackwatch.org/03HealthPromotion/immu/immu00.html Quack Watch] --[[User:Daffydavid|Daffydavid]] ([[User talk:Daffydavid|talk]]) 21:05, 16 October 2012 (UTC)
:::If you want to see a collection of peer-reviewed articles on medline that, when taken together, provide a refutation of those websites, I suggest the following: http://www.greenmedinfo.com/anti-therapeutic-action/vaccination-all
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:::If you want to see a collection of peer-reviewed articles on medline that, when taken together, provide a refutation of those websites, I suggest the following: <!-- unlinked to help with abuse monitoring><nowiki>http://www.greenmedinfo.com/anti-therapeutic-action/vaccination-all</nowiki>
 
:::Just looking at meta analyses alone, scrolling down the first page, refutes many of the notions expressed here.
 
:::Just looking at meta analyses alone, scrolling down the first page, refutes many of the notions expressed here.
 
:::That site is a very good source refuting much of the sentiment around here on a variety of issues.
 
:::That site is a very good source refuting much of the sentiment around here on a variety of issues.
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What is the best article here for this subject? UNICEF is doing this, and as a RS, we should be using their information. -- [[User:BullRangifer|Brangifer]] ([[User talk:BullRangifer|talk]]) 03:30, 29 April 2013 (UTC)
 
What is the best article here for this subject? UNICEF is doing this, and as a RS, we should be using their information. -- [[User:BullRangifer|Brangifer]] ([[User talk:BullRangifer|talk]]) 03:30, 29 April 2013 (UTC)
: Here is an article describing the UNICEF report you mentioned, http://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/unicef-surveils-defames-health-sites-over-vaccines-greenmedinfo-motheringcom [[User:Prokaryotes|Prokaryotes]] ([[User talk:Prokaryotes|talk]]) 07:10, 30 August 2013 (UTC)
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: Here is an article describing the UNICEF report you mentioned, <!-- unlinked to help with abuse monitoring><nowiki>http://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/unicef-surveils-defames-health-sites-over-vaccines-greenmedinfo-motheringcom</nowiki> [[User:Prokaryotes|Prokaryotes]] ([[User talk:Prokaryotes|talk]]) 07:10, 30 August 2013 (UTC)
   
   
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== Database on Vaccine Research ==
 
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I recently added = "A database of vaccine research documents mounting evidence which describe serious adverse effects to vaccination in the scientific literature. <ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.greenmedinfo.com/guide/health-guide-vaccine-research#|title=Vaccine Research|publisher=Greenmedinfo.com|accessdate=August 2013}}</ref>" However, beside the fact that teh source list only scientific literature, which is linked to the related journal, the user [[User:Daffydavid|Daffydavid]] removed it https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Vaccine_controversies&diff=570773002&oldid=570772864, therefore i post it here. Further are most references from this page not considered reliable sources, since they link to inaccessible study paper or are not considered reliable because they are not secondary sources. [[User:Prokaryotes|Prokaryotes]] ([[User talk:Prokaryotes|talk]]) 07:04, 30 August 2013 (UTC)
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I recently added = "A database of vaccine research documents mounting evidence which describe serious adverse effects to vaccination in the scientific literature. <ref>{{cite news|url=<!-- unlinked to help with abuse monitoring><nowiki>http://www.greenmedinfo.com/guide/health-guide-vaccine-research#|title=Vaccine</nowiki> Research|publisher=Greenmedinfo.com|accessdate=August 2013}}</ref>" However, beside the fact that teh source list only scientific literature, which is linked to the related journal, the user [[User:Daffydavid|Daffydavid]] removed it https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Vaccine_controversies&diff=570773002&oldid=570772864, therefore i post it here. Further are most references from this page not considered reliable sources, since they link to inaccessible study paper or are not considered reliable because they are not secondary sources. [[User:Prokaryotes|Prokaryotes]] ([[User talk:Prokaryotes|talk]]) 07:04, 30 August 2013 (UTC)
   
 
:The source you give cannot be cited for an assertion that there is "mounting evidence which describe[s] serious adverse effects to vaccination in the scientific literature". And no, it isn't a 'database' - it is a collection of links clearly intended to present a particular viewpoint. A database wouldn't consist of material preselected in such a way. That isn't 'data'. And yes, the linked material is primary (and often outdated, from a quick look), and as such generally excluded as non-WP:MEDRS-compliant. [[User:AndyTheGrump|AndyTheGrump]] ([[User talk:AndyTheGrump|talk]]) 12:34, 30 August 2013 (UTC)
 
:The source you give cannot be cited for an assertion that there is "mounting evidence which describe[s] serious adverse effects to vaccination in the scientific literature". And no, it isn't a 'database' - it is a collection of links clearly intended to present a particular viewpoint. A database wouldn't consist of material preselected in such a way. That isn't 'data'. And yes, the linked material is primary (and often outdated, from a quick look), and as such generally excluded as non-WP:MEDRS-compliant. [[User:AndyTheGrump|AndyTheGrump]] ([[User talk:AndyTheGrump|talk]]) 12:34, 30 August 2013 (UTC)

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'''Menachem Kipnis''' (b. 1878 in Uzhmir, Volhynia, d. 1942 in the Warshaw Ghetto), was a singer, critic, and photographer.<ref name="YIVO">{{cite web | title=Kipnis, Menakhem | website=YIVO | url=http://www.yivoencyclopedia.org/article.aspx/Kipnis_Menakhem | access-date=3 December 2017}}</ref><ref name="Jewish Historical Institute">{{cite web | title=Exhibition of photographs of Menachem Kipnis (1878–1942) - Exhibition co-organized with YIVO in New York | website=Jewish Historical Institute | url=http://www.jhi.pl/en/exhibitions/24 | access-date=3 December 2017}}</ref><ref name="WE REMEMBER! SHALOM! זכור! שלום!">{{cite web | title=Menachem Kipnis | website=WE REMEMBER! SHALOM! זכור! שלום! | url=http://www.zchor.org/fater/kipnis.htm | access-date=3 December 2017}}</ref><ref name="Dynner Guesnet 2015 p. 258">{{cite book | last=Dynner | first=G. | last2=Guesnet | first2=F. | title=Warsaw. The Jewish Metropolis: Essays in Honor of the 75th Birthday of Professor Antony Polonsky | publisher=Brill | series=IJS Studies in Judaica | year=2015 | isbn=978-90-04-29181-2 | url=http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=9SJKCAAAQBAJ&pg=PA258 | access-date=3 December 2017 | page=258}}</ref> He was also an [[ethnographer]] of [[Yiddish song]].<ref name="Kaplan Katsh 1965 p. 333">{{cite book | last=Kaplan | first=C.A. | last2=Katsh | first2=A.I. | title=Scroll of Agony: The Warsaw Diary of Chaim A. Kaplan | publisher=Indiana University Press | series=Holocaust Studies. History | year=1965 | isbn=978-0-253-21293-1 | url=http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=s49MPdvgjV8C&pg=PA333 | access-date=3 December 2017 | page=333}}</ref><ref name="Wasserstein 2012 p. 301">{{cite book | last=Wasserstein | first=B. | title=On the Eve: The Jews of Europe Before the Second World War | publisher=Simon & Schuster | year=2012 | isbn=978-1-4165-9427-7 | url=http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=HJSQZJKHX_8C&pg=PA301 | access-date=3 December 2017 | page=301}}</ref>
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'''Menachem Kipnis''' (b. 1878 in Uzhmir, Volhynia, d. 1942 in the [[Warsaw Ghetto]]), was a singer, critic, and photographer.<ref name="YIVO">{{cite web | title=Kipnis, Menakhem | website=YIVO | url=http://www.yivoencyclopedia.org/article.aspx/Kipnis_Menakhem | access-date=3 December 2017}}</ref><ref name="Jewish Historical Institute">{{cite web | title=Exhibition of photographs of Menachem Kipnis (1878–1942) - Exhibition co-organized with YIVO in New York | website=Jewish Historical Institute | url=http://www.jhi.pl/en/exhibitions/24 | access-date=3 December 2017}}</ref><ref name="WE REMEMBER! SHALOM! זכור! שלום!">{{cite web | title=Menachem Kipnis | website=WE REMEMBER! SHALOM! זכור! שלום! | url=http://www.zchor.org/fater/kipnis.htm | access-date=3 December 2017}}</ref><ref name="Dynner Guesnet 2015 p. 258">{{cite book | last=Dynner | first=G. | last2=Guesnet | first2=F. | title=Warsaw. The Jewish Metropolis: Essays in Honor of the 75th Birthday of Professor Antony Polonsky | publisher=Brill | series=IJS Studies in Judaica | year=2015 | isbn=978-90-04-29181-2 | url=http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=9SJKCAAAQBAJ&pg=PA258 | access-date=3 December 2017 | page=258}}</ref> He was also an [[ethnographer]] of [[Yiddish song]].<ref name="Kaplan Katsh 1965 p. 333">{{cite book | last=Kaplan | first=C.A. | last2=Katsh | first2=A.I. | title=Scroll of Agony: The Warsaw Diary of Chaim A. Kaplan | publisher=Indiana University Press | series=Holocaust Studies. History | year=1965 | isbn=978-0-253-21293-1 | url=http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=s49MPdvgjV8C&pg=PA333 | access-date=3 December 2017 | page=333}}</ref><ref name="Wasserstein 2012 p. 301">{{cite book | last=Wasserstein | first=B. | title=On the Eve: The Jews of Europe Before the Second World War | publisher=Simon & Schuster | year=2012 | isbn=978-1-4165-9427-7 | url=http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=HJSQZJKHX_8C&pg=PA301 | access-date=3 December 2017 | page=301}}</ref>
   
 
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*[http://bacdive.dsmz.de/index.php?search=17409&submit=Search Type strain of ''Labrys monachus'' at Bac''Dive'' - the Bacterial Diversity Metadatabase]
 
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'''Sir Arthur Seymour Sullivan''' [[Royal Victorian Order|MVO]] (13 May 1842 – 22 November 1900) was an English composer. He is best known for 14 [[comic opera|operatic]] [[Gilbert and Sullivan|collaborations]] with the dramatist [[W. S. Gilbert]], including ''[[H.M.S. Pinafore]]'', ''[[The Pirates of Penzance]]'' and ''[[The Mikado]]''. His works include 23 operas, 13 major orchestral works, eight choral works and [[oratorio]]s, two ballets, [[incidental music]] to several plays, and numerous church pieces, songs, and piano and chamber pieces. The best known of his hymns and songs include "[[Onward Christian Soldiers]]" and "[[The Lost Chord]]".
 
'''Sir Arthur Seymour Sullivan''' [[Royal Victorian Order|MVO]] (13 May 1842 – 22 November 1900) was an English composer. He is best known for 14 [[comic opera|operatic]] [[Gilbert and Sullivan|collaborations]] with the dramatist [[W. S. Gilbert]], including ''[[H.M.S. Pinafore]]'', ''[[The Pirates of Penzance]]'' and ''[[The Mikado]]''. His works include 23 operas, 13 major orchestral works, eight choral works and [[oratorio]]s, two ballets, [[incidental music]] to several plays, and numerous church pieces, songs, and piano and chamber pieces. The best known of his hymns and songs include "[[Onward Christian Soldiers]]" and "[[The Lost Chord]]".
   
The son of a military bandmaster, Sullivan composed his first anthem at age eight and was later a soloist in the boys' choir of the [[Chapel Royal]]. In 1856, at 14, he was awarded the first [[Mendelssohn Scholarship]] by the [[Royal Academy of Music]], allowing him to study at the academy and then, in Germany, at the [[Felix Mendelssohn College of Music and Theatre|Leipzig Conservatoire]]. His graduation piece, a suite of music to [[William Shakespeare|Shakespeare's]] ''[[The Tempest (Sullivan)|The Tempest]]'' (1861), was received with acclaim on its first performance in London. Among his early major works were a ballet, ''[[L'Île Enchantée]]'' (1864), his ''[[Symphony in E (Sullivan)|Irish Symphony]]'', ''[[Cello Concerto (Sullivan)|Cello Concerto]]'' and ''[[Overture in C (In Memoriam)]]'' (all 1866), ''[[Overture di Ballo]]'' (1870), ''[[Festival Te Deum]]'' (1872) and an oratorio, ''[[The Light of the World (Sullivan)|The Light of the World]]'' (1873). He supplemented his income by working as a church organist and music teacher, and by writing hymns, [[parlour ballads]] and other light pieces.
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The son of a military bandmaster, Sullivan composed his first anthem at the age of eight and was later a soloist in the boys' choir of the [[Chapel Royal]]. In 1856, at 14, he was awarded the first [[Mendelssohn Scholarship]] by the [[Royal Academy of Music]], allowing him to study at the academy and then, in Germany, at the [[Felix Mendelssohn College of Music and Theatre|Leipzig Conservatoire]]. His graduation piece, a suite of music to [[William Shakespeare|Shakespeare's]] ''[[The Tempest (Sullivan)|The Tempest]]'' (1861), was received with acclaim on its first performance in London. Among his early major works were a ballet, ''[[L'Île Enchantée]]'' (1864), his ''[[Symphony in E (Sullivan)|Irish Symphony]]'', ''[[Cello Concerto (Sullivan)|Cello Concerto]]'' and ''[[Overture in C (In Memoriam)]]'' (all 1866), ''[[Overture di Ballo]]'' (1870), ''[[Festival Te Deum]]'' (1872) and an oratorio, ''[[The Light of the World (Sullivan)|The Light of the World]]'' (1873). He supplemented his income by working as a church organist and music teacher, and by writing hymns, [[parlour ballads]] and other light pieces.
   
 
In 1866 Sullivan composed a one-act [[comic opera]], ''[[Cox and Box]]'', which is still widely performed. In 1871 he wrote his first opera with W. S. Gilbert, ''[[Thespis (opera)|Thespis]]''. In 1875 the producer [[Richard D'Oyly Carte]] reunited Gilbert and Sullivan to create a one-act piece, ''[[Trial by Jury]]''. Its box-office success led to a series of twelve full-length comic operas by the collaborators. After the extraordinary success of ''H.M.S. Pinafore'' (1878) and ''The Pirates of Penzance'' (1879), Carte used his profits from the partnership to build the [[Savoy Theatre]] in 1881, and their joint works became known as the [[Savoy operas]]. Among the best known of the later operas are ''The Mikado'' (1885) and ''[[The Gondoliers]]'' (1889). Gilbert broke from Sullivan and Carte in 1890, quarrelling over expenses at the Savoy. They reunited in the 1890s for two more operas, but these did not achieve the popularity of their earlier works.
 
In 1866 Sullivan composed a one-act [[comic opera]], ''[[Cox and Box]]'', which is still widely performed. In 1871 he wrote his first opera with W. S. Gilbert, ''[[Thespis (opera)|Thespis]]''. In 1875 the producer [[Richard D'Oyly Carte]] reunited Gilbert and Sullivan to create a one-act piece, ''[[Trial by Jury]]''. Its box-office success led to a series of twelve full-length comic operas by the collaborators. After the extraordinary success of ''H.M.S. Pinafore'' (1878) and ''The Pirates of Penzance'' (1879), Carte used his profits from the partnership to build the [[Savoy Theatre]] in 1881, and their joint works became known as the [[Savoy operas]]. Among the best known of the later operas are ''The Mikado'' (1885) and ''[[The Gondoliers]]'' (1889). Gilbert broke from Sullivan and Carte in 1890, quarrelling over expenses at the Savoy. They reunited in the 1890s for two more operas, but these did not achieve the popularity of their earlier works.

Old Firm

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| city or region = [[Glasgow]], Scotland
 
| city or region = [[Glasgow]], Scotland
 
| first contested = 28 May 1888<br />Celtic 5–2 Rangers<br />[[Friendly match|Friendly]]
 
| first contested = 28 May 1888<br />Celtic 5–2 Rangers<br />[[Friendly match|Friendly]]
| mostrecent = 23 September 2017<br /> Rangers 0–2 Celtic<br />[[2017&ndash;18 Scottish Premiership]]
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| mostrecent = 23 September 2017<br /> Rangers 0–2 Celtic <small>[http://www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2017/09/23/rangers-vs-celtic-old-firm-derby-scottish-premiership-live-score/ Report]</small><br />[[2017&ndash;18 Scottish Premiership|Scottish Premiership]]
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| team1 = [[Celtic F.C.|Celtic]]
 
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Motilal Roy

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== Early life ==
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Motilal Roy was born in [[Chandannagar|Chandannagore]], Hooghly.
 
== Activities ==
 
== Activities ==
Motilal organised the Prabartak Sangh under the inspiration of [[Sri Aurobindo]]. Roy's house as well as the Prabartak Sangha were the important shelter of Indian freedom fighters. Being a senior member of the revolutionary group he provided money and arms to the revolutionaries.
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Motilal organised the Prabartak Sangh under the inspiration of [[Sri Aurobindo]]. Roy's house as well as the Prabartak Sangha were the important shelter of Indian freedom fighters. Being a senior member of the revolutionary group he provided money and arms to the revolutionaries. in 21 february, 1919 Aurobindo reached at Chandannagroe and stayed in Roy's house for 42 days safely before going Pondicherry.
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Talk:Line 1 (Almaty)

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The '''First Line''' ({{Lang-ru|Первая линия}}) is the first line opened of the [[Almaty Metro]] in [[Almaty]], Kazakhstan. The first stretch with seven stations, between [[Raiymbek batyr (Almaty Metro)|Raiymbek batyr]] and [[Alatau (Almaty Metro)|Alatau]], and with a train yard at the Raiymbek batyr, was opened on 1 December 2011.<ref name="schwandl">{{Cite web|last=Schwandl|first=Robert|url=http://www.urbanrail.net/as/alma/almaty.htm|title=UrbanRail.Net &gt; Asia &gt; Kazakhstan &gt; Almaty Metro|accessdate=4 May 2015}}</ref> The extension with two stations, between Alatau and [[Moskva (Almaty Metro)|Moskva]], was opened on 18 April 2015.<ref name="schwandl"/>

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Talk:Naturopathy/Archive 6

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:If you do not accept evidence as a basis for assessing the effectiveness of medical treatments, how are you so sure that naturopathy works? [[User:Bobrayner|bobrayner]] ([[User talk:Bobrayner|talk]]) 21:27, 27 January 2011 (UTC)
 
:If you do not accept evidence as a basis for assessing the effectiveness of medical treatments, how are you so sure that naturopathy works? [[User:Bobrayner|bobrayner]] ([[User talk:Bobrayner|talk]]) 21:27, 27 January 2011 (UTC)
   
Here is a great source for all the PEER REVIEW SCIENTIFIC information on herbs and other natural supplements.<ref></ref> http://www.greenmedinfo.com/<ref></ref> This is professional site and very extensive. I think it should be included in this article as well as the known and proven positive things about Naturopathy. Also I think the known and proven negative things about pharmaceutical medications and conventional medicine should be included as well. This article is too one-sided. If you really check into the authors of Stephen Barrett of quackwatch.org and Kimball Atwood of naturowatch.org you will see that they are NOT reliable sources and why they are not. Thank you [[User:Itanya46|Itanya46]] ([[User talk:Itanya46|talk]]) 17:06, 2 October 2011 (UTC)
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Here is a great source for all the PEER REVIEW SCIENTIFIC information on herbs and other natural supplements.<ref></ref> <!-- unlinked to help with abuse monitoring><nowiki>http://www.greenmedinfo.com/<ref></ref></nowiki> This is professional site and very extensive. I think it should be included in this article as well as the known and proven positive things about Naturopathy. Also I think the known and proven negative things about pharmaceutical medications and conventional medicine should be included as well. This article is too one-sided. If you really check into the authors of Stephen Barrett of quackwatch.org and Kimball Atwood of naturowatch.org you will see that they are NOT reliable sources and why they are not. Thank you [[User:Itanya46|Itanya46]] ([[User talk:Itanya46|talk]]) 17:06, 2 October 2011 (UTC)
   
 
=== Philosophy and Practice ===
 
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::Whole medical systems: an overview. National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine Web site. Accessed at http://nccam.nih.gov/health/backgrounds/wholemed.htm on June 20, 2008. [[User:Mcmarturano|Mcmarturano]] ([[User talk:Mcmarturano|talk]]) 06:10, 21 November 2010 (UTC)
 
::Whole medical systems: an overview. National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine Web site. Accessed at http://nccam.nih.gov/health/backgrounds/wholemed.htm on June 20, 2008. [[User:Mcmarturano|Mcmarturano]] ([[User talk:Mcmarturano|talk]]) 06:10, 21 November 2010 (UTC)
   
Here is a great source for all the PEER REVIEW SCIENTIFIC information on herbs and other natural supplements. <ref></ref>http://www.greenmedinfo.com/<ref></ref> This is professional site and very extensive. I think it should be included in this article as well as the known and proven positive things about Naturopathy. Also I think the known and proven negative things about pharmaceutical medications and conventional medicine should be included as well. This article is too one-sided. If you really check into the authors of Stephen Barrett of quackwatch.org and Kimball Atwood of naturowatch.org you will see that they are NOT reliable sources and why they are not. Thank you [[User:Itanya46|Itanya46]] ([[User talk:Itanya46|talk]]) 16:58, 2 October 2011 (UTC)
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Here is a great source for all the PEER REVIEW SCIENTIFIC information on herbs and other natural supplements. <ref></ref><!-- unlinked to help with abuse monitoring><nowiki>http://www.greenmedinfo.com/<ref></ref></nowiki> This is professional site and very extensive. I think it should be included in this article as well as the known and proven positive things about Naturopathy. Also I think the known and proven negative things about pharmaceutical medications and conventional medicine should be included as well. This article is too one-sided. If you really check into the authors of Stephen Barrett of quackwatch.org and Kimball Atwood of naturowatch.org you will see that they are NOT reliable sources and why they are not. Thank you [[User:Itanya46|Itanya46]] ([[User talk:Itanya46|talk]]) 16:58, 2 October 2011 (UTC)
   
 
== NPOV ==
 
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[[User:Mcmarturano|Mcmarturano]] ([[User talk:Mcmarturano|talk]]) 17:29, 20 November 2010 (UTC)
 
[[User:Mcmarturano|Mcmarturano]] ([[User talk:Mcmarturano|talk]]) 17:29, 20 November 2010 (UTC)
   
Here is a great source for all the PEER REVIEW SCIENTIFIC information on herbs and other natural supplements. <ref></ref>http://www.greenmedinfo.com/ <ref></ref>This is professional site and very extensive. I think it should be included in this article as well as the known and proven positive things about Naturopathy. Also I think the known and proven negative things about pharmaceutical medications and conventional medicine should be included as well. This article is too one-sided. If you really check into the authors of Stephen Barrett of quackwatch.org and Kimball Atwood of naturowatch.org you will see that they are NOT reliable sources and why they are not. Thank you [[User:Itanya46|Itanya46]] ([[User talk:Itanya46|talk]]) 17:02, 2 October 2011 (UTC)
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Here is a great source for all the PEER REVIEW SCIENTIFIC information on herbs and other natural supplements. <ref></ref><!-- unlinked to help with abuse monitoring><nowiki>http://www.greenmedinfo.com/</nowiki> <ref></ref>This is professional site and very extensive. I think it should be included in this article as well as the known and proven positive things about Naturopathy. Also I think the known and proven negative things about pharmaceutical medications and conventional medicine should be included as well. This article is too one-sided. If you really check into the authors of Stephen Barrett of quackwatch.org and Kimball Atwood of naturowatch.org you will see that they are NOT reliable sources and why they are not. Thank you [[User:Itanya46|Itanya46]] ([[User talk:Itanya46|talk]]) 17:02, 2 October 2011 (UTC)
 
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:Agreed that a reference is needed for that statement, and it also sounds a little POV. I would drop the whole "which performs quality control governing student preparation involving best current medical practices" part of the sentence and them attempt to reference the first part. Btw, would you mind changing your signature to not unlink your user and talk pages? It's not required by any means, but it makes it more convenient for other editors to get in touch with you if they ever need to. [[User:Noformation|<font color="black">N</font><sup><font color="red">o</font></sup><font color="black">f</font><font color="red">o</font><font color="black">rmation</font>]] <font color="black"><sup>[[User talk:Noformation|Talk]]</sup></font> 08:13, 1 October 2011 (UTC)
 
:Agreed that a reference is needed for that statement, and it also sounds a little POV. I would drop the whole "which performs quality control governing student preparation involving best current medical practices" part of the sentence and them attempt to reference the first part. Btw, would you mind changing your signature to not unlink your user and talk pages? It's not required by any means, but it makes it more convenient for other editors to get in touch with you if they ever need to. [[User:Noformation|<font color="black">N</font><sup><font color="red">o</font></sup><font color="black">f</font><font color="red">o</font><font color="black">rmation</font>]] <font color="black"><sup>[[User talk:Noformation|Talk]]</sup></font> 08:13, 1 October 2011 (UTC)
   
Here is a great source for all the PEER REVIEW SCIENTIFIC information on herbs and other natural supplements. <ref></ref>http://www.greenmedinfo.com/ <ref></ref> This is professional site and very extensive. I think it should be included in this article as well as the known and proven positive things about Naturopathy. Also I think the known and proven negative things about pharmaceutical medications and conventional medicine should be included as well. This article is too one-sided. If you really check into the authors of Stephen Barrett of quackwatch.org and Kimball Atwood of naturowatch.org you will see that they are NOT reliable sources and why they are not. Thank you <small><span class="autosigned">— Preceding [[Wikipedia:Signatures|unsigned]] comment added by [[User:Itanya46|Itanya46]] ([[User talk:Itanya46|talk]] • [[Special:Contributions/Itanya46|contribs]]) 16:47, 2 October 2011 (UTC)</span></small><!-- Template:Unsigned --> <!--Autosigned by SineBot-->
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Here is a great source for all the PEER REVIEW SCIENTIFIC information on herbs and other natural supplements. <ref></ref><!-- unlinked to help with abuse monitoring><nowiki>http://www.greenmedinfo.com/</nowiki> <ref></ref> This is professional site and very extensive. I think it should be included in this article as well as the known and proven positive things about Naturopathy. Also I think the known and proven negative things about pharmaceutical medications and conventional medicine should be included as well. This article is too one-sided. If you really check into the authors of Stephen Barrett of quackwatch.org and Kimball Atwood of naturowatch.org you will see that they are NOT reliable sources and why they are not. Thank you <small><span class="autosigned">— Preceding [[Wikipedia:Signatures|unsigned]] comment added by [[User:Itanya46|Itanya46]] ([[User talk:Itanya46|talk]] • [[Special:Contributions/Itanya46|contribs]]) 16:47, 2 October 2011 (UTC)</span></small><!-- Template:Unsigned --> <!--Autosigned by SineBot-->
 
:Quackwatch has been accepted on WP as a reliable source for years, presumably in that time someone has been to the site and not come to the same conclusion you have. As far as greenmed, it's pretty much a pubmed search engine, but the problem is that it links mostly to [[WP:PRIMARY]] sources, which are not given much weight compared to secondary sources. As far as critiques of actual medicine: no, not in this article. This article is about naturopathy, not modern medicine. [[User:Noformation|<font color="black">N</font><sup><font color="red">o</font></sup><font color="black">f</font><font color="red">o</font><font color="black">rmation</font>]] <font color="black"><sup>[[User talk:Noformation|Talk]]</sup></font> 18:16, 2 October 2011 (UTC)
 
:Quackwatch has been accepted on WP as a reliable source for years, presumably in that time someone has been to the site and not come to the same conclusion you have. As far as greenmed, it's pretty much a pubmed search engine, but the problem is that it links mostly to [[WP:PRIMARY]] sources, which are not given much weight compared to secondary sources. As far as critiques of actual medicine: no, not in this article. This article is about naturopathy, not modern medicine. [[User:Noformation|<font color="black">N</font><sup><font color="red">o</font></sup><font color="black">f</font><font color="red">o</font><font color="black">rmation</font>]] <font color="black"><sup>[[User talk:Noformation|Talk]]</sup></font> 18:16, 2 October 2011 (UTC)
 
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2017–18 Ascenso MX season

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| address = Jalan Percetakan Negara III<br>[[Paseban]]<br>[[Central Jakarta]]
 
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Atherosclerosis generally starts when a person is young and worsens with age.<ref name=NIH2016Cau>{{cite web|title=What Causes Atherosclerosis? - NHLBI, NIH|url=https://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/health-topics/topics/atherosclerosis/causes|website=www.nhlbi.nih.gov|accessdate=6 November 2017|language=en|date=22 June 2016}}</ref> Almost all people are affected to some degree by the age of 65.<ref name=AR2013>{{cite book|last1=Aronow|first1=Wilbert S.|last2=Fleg|first2=Jerome L.|last3=Rich|first3=Michael W.|title=Tresch and Aronow's Cardiovascular Disease in the Elderly, Fifth Edition|date=2013|publisher=CRC Press|isbn=9781842145449|page=171|url=https://books.google.nl/books?id=OrbNBQAAQBAJ&pg=PA171|language=en}}</ref> Atherosclerosis is the number one cause of death and disability in the [[developed world]].<ref>{{cite book|last1=Topol|first1=Eric J.|last2=Califf|first2=Robert M.|title=Textbook of Cardiovascular Medicine|date=2007|publisher=Lippincott Williams & Wilkins|isbn=9780781770125|page=2|url=https://books.google.nl/books?id=35zSLWyEWbcC&pg=PA2|language=en}}</ref> Atherosclerosis was first described in 1575.<ref name=Al2008/> There is evidence, however, that the condition occurred in people more than 5,000 years ago.<ref name=Al2008>{{cite book|last1=Shor|first1=Allan|title=Chlamydia Atherosclerosis Lesion: Discovery, Diagnosis and Treatment|date=2008|publisher=Springer Science & Business Media|isbn=9781846288104|page=8|url=https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=ZEIAhmr7jOMC&pg=PA8|language=en}}</ref>
 
Atherosclerosis generally starts when a person is young and worsens with age.<ref name=NIH2016Cau>{{cite web|title=What Causes Atherosclerosis? - NHLBI, NIH|url=https://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/health-topics/topics/atherosclerosis/causes|website=www.nhlbi.nih.gov|accessdate=6 November 2017|language=en|date=22 June 2016}}</ref> Almost all people are affected to some degree by the age of 65.<ref name=AR2013>{{cite book|last1=Aronow|first1=Wilbert S.|last2=Fleg|first2=Jerome L.|last3=Rich|first3=Michael W.|title=Tresch and Aronow's Cardiovascular Disease in the Elderly, Fifth Edition|date=2013|publisher=CRC Press|isbn=9781842145449|page=171|url=https://books.google.nl/books?id=OrbNBQAAQBAJ&pg=PA171|language=en}}</ref> Atherosclerosis is the number one cause of death and disability in the [[developed world]].<ref>{{cite book|last1=Topol|first1=Eric J.|last2=Califf|first2=Robert M.|title=Textbook of Cardiovascular Medicine|date=2007|publisher=Lippincott Williams & Wilkins|isbn=9780781770125|page=2|url=https://books.google.nl/books?id=35zSLWyEWbcC&pg=PA2|language=en}}</ref> Atherosclerosis was first described in 1575.<ref name=Al2008/> There is evidence, however, that the condition occurred in people more than 5,000 years ago.<ref name=Al2008>{{cite book|last1=Shor|first1=Allan|title=Chlamydia Atherosclerosis Lesion: Discovery, Diagnosis and Treatment|date=2008|publisher=Springer Science & Business Media|isbn=9781846288104|page=8|url=https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=ZEIAhmr7jOMC&pg=PA8|language=en}}</ref>
 
[[File:Arteriosclerosis & Atherosclerosis video.webm|thumb|upright=1.3|Video explanation]]
 
[[File:Arteriosclerosis & Atherosclerosis video.webm|thumb|upright=1.3|Video explanation]]
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Talk:Medical cannabis/Archive 5

Posted: 02 Dec 2017 11:53 PM PST

Listing cannabis as an "ineffective" cancer treatment: unlink to help with monitoring mainspace abuse of non-RS website using AWB

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:::::::::Yes, primary research articles that fails [[WP:MEDRS]] (and which don't generally investigate "treatment" either - they're more often about squirting stuff on cancer cells, or injecting stuff into rodents, in the lab). [[User:Alexbrn|Alexbrn]] <sup>[[User talk:Alexbrn|talk]]|[[Special:Contributions/Alexbrn|contribs]]|[[User:Alexbrn#Conflict_of_interest_declaration|COI]]</sup> 20:23, 24 August 2014 (UTC)
 
:::::::::Yes, primary research articles that fails [[WP:MEDRS]] (and which don't generally investigate "treatment" either - they're more often about squirting stuff on cancer cells, or injecting stuff into rodents, in the lab). [[User:Alexbrn|Alexbrn]] <sup>[[User talk:Alexbrn|talk]]|[[Special:Contributions/Alexbrn|contribs]]|[[User:Alexbrn#Conflict_of_interest_declaration|COI]]</sup> 20:23, 24 August 2014 (UTC)
 
:::::::::::The fact that we have these may be indcative that we should not rely solely on cancer research UK if we are to maintain NPOV. ♫ [[User:SqueakBox|SqueakBox]] [[User talk:SqueakBox|talk]] [[Special:Contributions/SqueakBox|contribs]] 20:46, 24 August 2014 (UTC)
 
:::::::::::The fact that we have these may be indcative that we should not rely solely on cancer research UK if we are to maintain NPOV. ♫ [[User:SqueakBox|SqueakBox]] [[User talk:SqueakBox|talk]] [[Special:Contributions/SqueakBox|contribs]] 20:46, 24 August 2014 (UTC)
::::::::::::See [http://tv.greenmedinfo.com/how-and-why-cannabis-cures-cancer-scientific-explanation/ this] as well. I personally have no idea whether cannabis does or does not cure cannabis but I do agree with Jarble that claiming that it is an ineffective treatment is controversial, compounded by the fact that cannabis is so controversial anyway. And after the discredited [[British Lung Foundation]] report on cannabis I think we need to be sceptical about organizations such as Cancer research UK as well and not rely on them as the only source for a controversial statement. ♫ [[User:SqueakBox|SqueakBox]] [[User talk:SqueakBox|talk]] [[Special:Contributions/SqueakBox|contribs]] 20:55, 24 August 2014 (UTC)
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::::::::::::See [<!-- unlinked to help with abuse monitoring><nowiki>http://tv.greenmedinfo.com/how-and-why-cannabis-cures-cancer-scientific-explanation/</nowiki> this] as well. I personally have no idea whether cannabis does or does not cure cannabis but I do agree with Jarble that claiming that it is an ineffective treatment is controversial, compounded by the fact that cannabis is so controversial anyway. And after the discredited [[British Lung Foundation]] report on cannabis I think we need to be sceptical about organizations such as Cancer research UK as well and not rely on them as the only source for a controversial statement. ♫ [[User:SqueakBox|SqueakBox]] [[User talk:SqueakBox|talk]] [[Special:Contributions/SqueakBox|contribs]] 20:55, 24 August 2014 (UTC)
 
:::::::::::::As it happens, currently we have [[WP:WikiProject CRUK]] - a project where WP and CRUK are working together to improve the cancer content here. Perhaps you should post at [[WT:MED]] explaining to the community why you think "we need to be sceptical about organizations such as Cancer research UK". So far, from what you have posted, I'm seeing they are right on the ball when they warn that the web contains a lot of misleading rubbish about cannabis being a cancer "cure". [[User:Alexbrn|Alexbrn]] <sup>[[User talk:Alexbrn|talk]]|[[Special:Contributions/Alexbrn|contribs]]|[[User:Alexbrn#Conflict_of_interest_declaration|COI]]</sup> 05:26, 25 August 2014 (UTC)
 
:::::::::::::As it happens, currently we have [[WP:WikiProject CRUK]] - a project where WP and CRUK are working together to improve the cancer content here. Perhaps you should post at [[WT:MED]] explaining to the community why you think "we need to be sceptical about organizations such as Cancer research UK". So far, from what you have posted, I'm seeing they are right on the ball when they warn that the web contains a lot of misleading rubbish about cannabis being a cancer "cure". [[User:Alexbrn|Alexbrn]] <sup>[[User talk:Alexbrn|talk]]|[[Special:Contributions/Alexbrn|contribs]]|[[User:Alexbrn#Conflict_of_interest_declaration|COI]]</sup> 05:26, 25 August 2014 (UTC)
 
* '''Support removing cannabis''' - Just because there's no evidence that cannabis is effective does not mean that it is ''demonstrably'' ineffective. -[[User:A1candidate|A1candidate]] ([[User talk:A1candidate|talk]]) 01:22, 25 August 2014 (UTC)
 
* '''Support removing cannabis''' - Just because there's no evidence that cannabis is effective does not mean that it is ''demonstrably'' ineffective. -[[User:A1candidate|A1candidate]] ([[User talk:A1candidate|talk]]) 01:22, 25 August 2014 (UTC)

El Gran Show (Reyes del Show of 2017)

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Megatherium

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''Megatherium'' is one of the largest land [[mammal]]s known to have existed, weighing up to 4 [[tonne]]s<ref name="bargo2001">{{cite journal|last=Bargo|first=M. S.|title=The ground sloth ''Megatherium americanum'': Skull shape, bite forces, and diet|journal=[[Acta Palaeontologica Polonica]]|year=2001|url= http://www.app.pan.pl/archive/published/app46/app46-173.pdf|volume=46|issue=2|pages=173–192|accessdate=22 July 2012}}</ref> and measuring up to {{convert|6|m|ft|abbr=on}} in length from head to tail.<ref>{{cite web|title=Megatherium Wildfacts |url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/nature/wildfacts/factfiles/456.shtml |publisher=BBC |accessdate=22 July 2012 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20140201215430/http://www.bbc.co.uk/nature/wildfacts/factfiles/456.shtml |archivedate=February 1, 2014 }}</ref><ref name="haines2007">{{cite book|last1=Haines|first1=T.|last2=Chambers|first2=P.|year=2007|title=[[The Complete Guide to Prehistoric Life]]|publisher=Firefly Books Ltd.|location=Italy|isbn=1-55407-181-X|pages=192–193}}</ref> It is the largest known [[ground sloth]], as big as modern [[elephant]]s, and would have only been exceeded in its time by a few species of [[mammoth]]. The group is known primarily from its largest species, ''M. americanum''. ''Megatherium'' species were members of the abundant [[Pleistocene megafauna]], large mammals that lived during the Pleistocene epoch.
 
''Megatherium'' is one of the largest land [[mammal]]s known to have existed, weighing up to 4 [[tonne]]s<ref name="bargo2001">{{cite journal|last=Bargo|first=M. S.|title=The ground sloth ''Megatherium americanum'': Skull shape, bite forces, and diet|journal=[[Acta Palaeontologica Polonica]]|year=2001|url= http://www.app.pan.pl/archive/published/app46/app46-173.pdf|volume=46|issue=2|pages=173–192|accessdate=22 July 2012}}</ref> and measuring up to {{convert|6|m|ft|abbr=on}} in length from head to tail.<ref>{{cite web|title=Megatherium Wildfacts |url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/nature/wildfacts/factfiles/456.shtml |publisher=BBC |accessdate=22 July 2012 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20140201215430/http://www.bbc.co.uk/nature/wildfacts/factfiles/456.shtml |archivedate=February 1, 2014 }}</ref><ref name="haines2007">{{cite book|last1=Haines|first1=T.|last2=Chambers|first2=P.|year=2007|title=[[The Complete Guide to Prehistoric Life]]|publisher=Firefly Books Ltd.|location=Italy|isbn=1-55407-181-X|pages=192–193}}</ref> It is the largest known [[ground sloth]], as big as modern [[elephant]]s, and would have only been exceeded in its time by a few species of [[mammoth]]. The group is known primarily from its largest species, ''M. americanum''. ''Megatherium'' species were members of the abundant [[Pleistocene megafauna]], large mammals that lived during the Pleistocene epoch.
   
''Megatherium'' had a robust [[skeleton]] with a large pelvic girdle and a broad muscular tail. Its large size enabled it to feed at heights unreachable by other contemporary [[herbivore]]s. Rising on its powerful hind legs and using its tail to form a [[tripod]], ''Megatherium'' could support its massive body weight while using the curved claws on its long [[foreleg]]s to pull down branches with the choicest leaves. This sloth, like a modern [[anteater]], walked on the sides of its feet because its [[claw]]s prevented it from putting them flat on the ground. Although it was primarily a [[quadruped]], its [[Fossil trackway|trackway]]s show that it was capable of [[bipedal]] locomotion. Biomechanical analysis also suggests it had adaptations to bipedalism.<ref name="Casinos1996">{{Cite journal | last1 = Casinos | first1 = A. | doi = 10.1111/j.1502-3931.1996.tb01842.x | title = Bipedalism and quadrupedalism in ''Megatherium'': An attempt at biomechanical reconstruction | journal = Lethaia | volume = 29 | pages = 87–96 | year = 1996 | pmid = | pmc = }}</ref>
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''Megatherium'' had a robust [[skeleton]] with a large pelvic girdle and a broad muscular tail. Its large size enabled it to feed at heights unreachable by other contemporary [[herbivore]]s. Rising on its powerful hind legs and using its tail to form a [[tripod]], ''Megatherium'' could support its massive body weight while using the curved claws on its long [[foreleg]]s to pull down branches with the choicest leaves. This sloth, like a modern [[anteater]], walked on the sides of its feet because its [[claw]]s prevented it from putting them flat on the ground. Although it was primarily a [[quadruped]], its [[Fossil trackway|trackway]]s show that it was capable of [[bipedal]] locomotion. Biomechanical analysis also suggests it had adaptations to bipedalism.<ref name="Casinos1996">{{Cite journal | last1 = Casinos | first1 = A. | doi = 10.1111/j.1502-3931.1996.tb01842.x | title = Bipedalism and quadrupedalism in ''Megatherium'': An attempt at biomechanical reconstruction | journal = Lethaia | volume = 29 | pages = 87–96 | year = 1996 | pmid = | pmc = }}</ref> The bipedal-ism, while advantageous in reaching high up foliage and fruits, may have been very taxing and the Megatherium American may not have even resorted to such means of locomotion unless it needed to reach high places. In most cases it may have simply used all fours.
   
Some experts believe that its [[jaw]] may have housed a long tongue, which it would use to pull leaves into its mouth, similar to the modern [[tree sloth]]. Others question this view. Some of the elements in the oral cavity of ''Megatherium'' were fused together: a rigidly articulated stylohyal and epihyal, and the apparatus lies farther anteriorly, which together with the elongated, steeply inclined [[mandibular symphysis]], indicates a relatively shorter [[geniohyoid muscle]] and thus more limited capacity for tongue protrusion.<ref>Perez, L.M., Toledo, N., De Lullis, G., Bargo, M.S., Vizcaino, S.F. (2010). Morphology and Function of the Hyoid Apparatus of Xenarthran Fossils (Mammalia). Journal of Morphology. Vol: 271. Issue: 9, 1119-1133. http://apps.webofknowledge.com/full_record.do?product=WOS&search_mode=GeneralSearch&qid=1&SID=4B21tTNJskyr7ZfZd8T&page=2&doc=15</ref> It was well adapted for strong, predominantly orthal (up-down) movement for eating rough vegetation.{{citation needed|date=October 2014}} ''Megatherium'' possessed the narrowest muzzle of all ground sloths from the Pleistocene. This leads paleobiologists to believe that it was a very selective eater. It had the ability to pick and choose which leaves and twigs it would consume. ''Megatherium'' had a large narrow prehensile lip that was capable of grabbing and tearing off particular leaves and twigs and other sorts of vegetation.<ref name="Muzzle of South American Pleistocene Ground Sloths">{{cite journal|last=Bargo|first=M. Susana|author2=Toledo, N. |author3=Vizcaino, S. F. |title= Muzzle of South American Pleistocene Ground Sloths (Xenarthra, Tardigrada)|journal=Journal of Morphology|year=2006|volume=267|pages=248–263 (see p. 260)|url= http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/jmor.10399/abstract| doi=10.1002/jmor.10399| accessdate=October 24, 2013}}</ref>
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There is a lot of debate concerning the extinct animal's mouth and how it consumed its food. Thankfully, do to well preserved nasal septum, there is some clearer evidence as to how it did this. The megatherium more or less had a narrow, cone shaped mouth and some prehensile lips that were probably used to select very particular plants and fruits instead of just biting straight into the plant itself.<ref>Bargo, M. S., Toledo, N. and Vizcaíno, S. F. (2006), Muzzle of South American Pleistocene ground sloths (Xenarthra, Tardigrada). J. Morphol.</ref> While there has been some evidence to show that there was some potential for the animal being able to use its tongue to differentiate and select its foliage, the tongue would just be much to large for such a narrow set jaw and would ultimately just be a hindrance. Most likely the lips were its main means of comsumption. Some of the elements in the oral cavity of ''Megatherium'' were fused together: a rigidly articulated stylohyal and epihyal, and the apparatus lies farther anteriorly, which together with the elongated, steeply inclined [[mandibular symphysis]], indicates a relatively shorter [[geniohyoid muscle]] and thus more limited capacity for tongue protrusion.<ref>Perez, L.M., Toledo, N., De Lullis, G., Bargo, M.S., Vizcaino, S.F. (2010). Morphology and Function of the Hyoid Apparatus of Xenarthran Fossils (Mammalia). Journal of Morphology. Vol: 271. Issue: 9, 1119-1133. http://apps.webofknowledge.com/full_record.do?product=WOS&search_mode=GeneralSearch&qid=1&SID=4B21tTNJskyr7ZfZd8T&page=2&doc=15</ref> It was well adapted for strong, predominantly orthal (up-down) movement for eating rough vegetation.{{citation needed|date=October 2014}} ''Megatherium'' possessed the narrowest muzzle of all ground sloths from the Pleistocene. This leads paleobiologists to believe that it was a very selective eater. It had the ability to pick and choose which leaves and twigs it would consume. ''Megatherium'' had a large narrow prehensile lip that was capable of grabbing and tearing off particular leaves and twigs and other sorts of vegetation.<ref name="Muzzle of South American Pleistocene Ground Sloths">{{cite journal|last=Bargo|first=M. Susana|author2=Toledo, N. |author3=Vizcaino, S. F. |title= Muzzle of South American Pleistocene Ground Sloths (Xenarthra, Tardigrada)|journal=Journal of Morphology|year=2006|volume=267|pages=248–263 (see p. 260)|url= http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/jmor.10399/abstract| doi=10.1002/jmor.10399| accessdate=October 24, 2013}}</ref>
   
 
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''Megatherium'' inhabited [[woodland]] and [[grassland]] environments of the lightly wooded areas of [[South America]]<ref>{{cite book|last=McKenna|first=M. C.|title=Classification of Mammals Above the Species Level'|year=1997|publisher=Columbia University Press|location=New York|isbn=023111012X|pages=631|author2=Bell S. K.|accessdate=22 July 2012}}</ref> where it was an [[Endemism|endemic]] species, as recently as 10,000 years ago. ''Megatherium'' was adapted to temperate, arid or semiarid open habitats. An example of these most recent finds is at [[Cueva del Milodon]] in [[Patagonia]]n [[Chile]].<ref>[http://www.megalithic.co.uk/article.php?sid=18820 C. Michael Hogan (2008) ''Cueva del Milodon'', Megalithic Portal]</ref> The closely related genus ''[[Eremotherium]]'' (that has been classified occasionally as part of ''Megatherium'')<ref name = "Cisneros2005">{{cite journal
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''Megatherium'' inhabited [[woodland]] and [[grassland]] environments of the lightly wooded areas of [[South America]]<ref>{{cite book|last=McKenna|first=M. C.|title=Classification of Mammals Above the Species Level'|year=1997|publisher=Columbia University Press|location=New York|isbn=023111012X|pages=631|author2=Bell S. K.|accessdate=22 July 2012}}</ref> where it was an [[Endemism|endemic]] species, as recently as 10,000 years ago. ''Megatherium'' was adapted to temperate, arid or semiarid open habitats. An example of these most recent finds is at [[Cueva del Milodon]] in [[Patagonia]]n [[Chile]].<ref>[http://www.megalithic.co.uk/article.php?sid=18820 C. Michael Hogan (2008) ''Cueva del Milodon'', Megalithic Portal]</ref> There have also been numerous fossils and fossiled footprint in caves, this potentially suggests that these may have been less roaming than once thought and may actually be more territorial and used to staying in one area. The cave theory is also backed by the Megatherium primarily being found in present day Argentina, suggesting that, combined with its slow movements did not need to move around too often. The closely related genus ''[[Eremotherium]]'' (that has been classified occasionally as part of ''Megatherium'')<ref name = "Cisneros2005">{{cite journal
 
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A recent morpho-functional analysis <ref name="bargo2001"/> indicates that ''M. americanum'' was adapted for strong vertical biting. The teeth are [[hypsodont]] and [[bilophodont]], and the sagittal section of each [[loph]] is triangular with a sharp edge. This suggests that the teeth were used for cutting, rather than grinding, and that hard fibrous food was not the primary dietary component.
 
A recent morpho-functional analysis <ref name="bargo2001"/> indicates that ''M. americanum'' was adapted for strong vertical biting. The teeth are [[hypsodont]] and [[bilophodont]], and the sagittal section of each [[loph]] is triangular with a sharp edge. This suggests that the teeth were used for cutting, rather than grinding, and that hard fibrous food was not the primary dietary component.
   
While it has been suggested that the giant sloth may have been partly [[carnivore|carnivorous]], this is a controversial claim. Richard Fariña and Ernesto Blanco of the [[University of the Republic, Uruguay|Universidad de la República]] in [[Montevideo]] have analysed a [[fossil]] skeleton of ''M. americanum'' and discovered that its [[olecranon]] – the part of the elbow to which the [[triceps]] muscle attaches – was very short. This adaptation is found in [[carnivores]] and optimises speed rather than strength. The researchers say this would have enabled ''M. americanum'' to use its claws like daggers. They suggest that to add nutrients to its diet, ''Megatherium'' may have taken over the kills of ''[[Smilodon]]''. Based on the estimated strength and [[mechanical advantage]] of its [[biceps]], it has been proposed that ''Megatherium'' could have overturned adult [[glyptodon]]ts (large, armored xenarthrans, related to armadillos) as a means of scavenging or hunting these animals.<ref>{{cite journal|last=Fariña|first=R. A.|author2=R. E. Blanco|title=''Megatherium'', the stabber|journal=Proceedings of the Royal Society of London|year=1996|volume=263|issue=1377|pages=1725–1729|doi=10.1098/rspb.1996.0252|pmid=9025315|url=https://books.google.com/?id=eThoCsL1hRAC}}</ref> However, noting that sloths lack the [[carnassial]]s typical of predators and that traces of bone are absent from the many preserved deposits of sloth dung, [[Paul S. Martin|Paul Martin]] has described this proposal as "fanciful".{{Ref label|A|A|none}}
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While it has been suggested that the giant sloth may have been partly [[carnivore|carnivorous]], this is a controversial claim. Richard Fariña and Ernesto Blanco of the [[University of the Republic, Uruguay|Universidad de la República]] in [[Montevideo]] have analysed a [[fossil]] skeleton of ''M. americanum'' and discovered that its [[olecranon]] – the part of the elbow to which the [[triceps]] muscle attaches – was very short. This adaptation is found in [[carnivores]] and optimises speed rather than strength. The researchers say this would have enabled ''M. americanum'' to use its claws like daggers. They suggest that to add nutrients to its diet, ''Megatherium'' may have taken over the kills of ''[[Smilodon]]''. Based on the estimated strength and [[mechanical advantage]] of its [[biceps]], it has been proposed that ''Megatherium'' could have overturned adult [[glyptodon]]ts (large, armored xenarthrans, related to armadillos) as a means of scavenging or hunting these animals.<ref>{{cite journal|last=Fariña|first=R. A.|author2=R. E. Blanco|title=''Megatherium'', the stabber|journal=Proceedings of the Royal Society of London|year=1996|volume=263|issue=1377|pages=1725–1729|doi=10.1098/rspb.1996.0252|pmid=9025315|url=https://books.google.com/?id=eThoCsL1hRAC}}</ref> However, noting that sloths lack the [[carnassial]]s typical of predators and that traces of bone are absent from the many preserved deposits of sloth dung, [[Paul S. Martin|Paul Martin]] has described this proposal as "fanciful".{{Ref label|A|A|none}} Not to mention that no were in the Sloths evolutionary lineage, has it ever shown to resort to predation or even had any practical means of predation besides rather large claws. This paired with all the above reasons made a very strong case for a more herbivorous ground sloth.
   
 
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| doi = 10.1007/978-1-4020-8793-6_2 | isbn = 978-1-4020-8792-9
| id = }}</ref> The use of bioclimatic envelope modeling indicates that the area of suitable habitat for ''Megatherium'' had shrunk and become fragmented by the mid-Holocene. While this alone would not likely have caused its extinction, it has been cited as a possible contributing factor.<ref>{{Cite journal|author=Lima-Ribeiro, Matheus Souza|title=Potential Suitable Areas of Giant Ground Sloths Dropped Before its Extinction in South America: the Evidences from Bioclimatic Envelope Modeling.|journal= Natureza & Conservação |volume=10|date = December 2012|pages= 145–151|url=https://dx.doi.org/10.4322/natcon.2012.022|doi=10.4322/natcon.2012.022|display-authors=etal}}</ref>
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| id = }}</ref> The use of bioclimatic envelope modeling indicates that the area of suitable habitat for ''Megatherium'' had shrunk and become fragmented by the mid-Holocene. While this alone would not likely have caused its extinction, it has been cited as a possible contributing factor.<ref>{{Cite journal|author=Lima-Ribeiro, Matheus Souza|title=Potential Suitable Areas of Giant Ground Sloths Dropped Before its Extinction in South America: the Evidences from Bioclimatic Envelope Modeling.|journal= Natureza & Conservação |volume=10|date = December 2012|pages= 145–151|url=https://dx.doi.org/10.4322/natcon.2012.022|doi=10.4322/natcon.2012.022|display-authors=etal}}</ref> There is also continuing evidence to show that the Megatherium may have also lived some time after the arrival of humans in south America. There are numerous fossils that have been found on the island of present day Cuba.Some of this is fairly controversial as the Giant ground sloths were primarily limited to mainland Americas, however it may have been only due to lack a necessity to swim to other habits as there was a lack of predation. Since humans did begin to go further down into South America and into present day Argentina, there was possibly a much greater need to flee and thus landing on the island of Cuba. These fossils, which were found to be Megatherium, have also shown to have been potentially 1,000 years after the initial presumed extinction of the Megatherium Americanum. Some reasoning may have been that some species may have swam to the island of Cuba and lived there for quite some time; however, they did eventually succumb to extinction due to the decreased habitat and resources on the island.<ref>MacPhee, R., Iturralde-Vinent, M., Vázquez, O. 2007. Prehistoric sloth extinctions in Cuba: Implications of a new "last" appearance date. Caribbean Journal of Science. 43, 1: 94-98.</ref>
   
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==

Turbonilla juani

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| synonyms = ''Turbonilla (Ugartea) juani'' Bartsch, 1917
 
| synonyms = ''Turbonilla (Ugartea) juani'' Bartsch, 1917
 
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'''''Turbonilla juani''''' is a [[species]] of [[sea snail]], a [[marine (ocean)|marine]] [[gastropod]] [[mollusk]] in the [[family (biology)|family]] [[Pyramidellidae]], the pyrams and their allies.<ref name="WoRMS">Rosenberg, G. (2012). ''Turbonilla juani'' Bartsch, 1917. Accessed through: [[World Register of Marine Species]] at http://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=576048 on 2012-03-01</ref><ref>Keen M. (1971). Sea shells of Tropical West America. Marine mollusks from Baja California to Perú. (2nd edit.). Stanford University Press pp. 1064</ref>
 
'''''Turbonilla juani''''' is a [[species]] of [[sea snail]], a [[marine (ocean)|marine]] [[gastropod]] [[mollusk]] in the [[family (biology)|family]] [[Pyramidellidae]], the pyrams and their allies.<ref name="WoRMS">Rosenberg, G. (2012). ''Turbonilla juani'' Bartsch, 1917. Accessed through: [[World Register of Marine Species]] at http://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=576048 on 2012-03-01</ref><ref>Keen M. (1971). Sea shells of Tropical West America. Marine mollusks from Baja California to Perú. (2nd edit.). Stanford University Press pp. 1064</ref>
   
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* G-1-P is converted into [[UDP-glucose]] by the action of the enzyme [[UTP—glucose-1-phosphate uridylyltransferase|UDP-glucose pyrophosphorylase]] (UGP).
 
* G-1-P is converted into [[UDP-glucose]] by the action of the enzyme [[UTP—glucose-1-phosphate uridylyltransferase|UDP-glucose pyrophosphorylase]] (UGP).
 
* The enzyme [[glycogenin]] (GYG) is needed to create initial short glycogen chains, which are lengthened and branched by the other enzymes of glycogenesis.
 
* The enzyme [[glycogenin]] (GYG) is needed to create initial short glycogen chains, which are lengthened and branched by the other enzymes of glycogenesis.
* Once eight glucose have been added to the glycogen chain, then [[glycogen synthase]] (GYS) can bind to the growing glycogen chain and add UDP-glucose.
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* Once eight glucose have been added to the glycogen chain, then [[glycogen synthase]] (GYS) can bind to the growing glycogen chain and add UDP-glucose to lengthen the glucogen chain.
 
* Branches are made by [[glycogen branching enzyme]] (GBE), which transfers the end of the chain onto an earlier part, forming branches; these grow further grow by addition of more units.
 
* Branches are made by [[glycogen branching enzyme]] (GBE), which transfers the end of the chain onto an earlier part, forming branches; these grow further grow by addition of more units.
   
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! References <br/> and links
 
! References <br/> and links
 
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| [[Glycogenesis]] Step 1 <br/> [[Phosphoglucomutase]]&nbsp;1 <br/> (Also last step of glycogenolysis)
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| [[Glycogenesis]] step: <br/> Inter-conversion of G-1-P and G-6-P <br/> [[Phosphoglucomutase]]&nbsp;1 <br/> (Also last step of glycogenolysis)
 
| [[PGM1]]: <br/> Liver, muscle, other <hr/> {{nowrap|'''[[Congenital disorder of glycosylation|CDG syndrome]] type It'''}} <br/> (CDG1T, PGM1-CDG, phosphoglucomutase 1 deficiency, PGM1 deficiency) <br/> formerly: '''GSD type XIV''' <br/> (GSD 14)
 
| [[PGM1]]: <br/> Liver, muscle, other <hr/> {{nowrap|'''[[Congenital disorder of glycosylation|CDG syndrome]] type It'''}} <br/> (CDG1T, PGM1-CDG, phosphoglucomutase 1 deficiency, PGM1 deficiency) <br/> formerly: '''GSD type XIV''' <br/> (GSD 14)
 
| Wide range of manifestations and severity. Commonly cleft lip and bifid uvula, hepatopathy, intermittent hypoglycemia, short stature, and exercise intolerance.
 
| Wide range of manifestations and severity. Commonly cleft lip and bifid uvula, hepatopathy, intermittent hypoglycemia, short stature, and exercise intolerance.
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| NLM/GHR:[https://ghr.nlm.nih.gov/gene/PGM1 PGM1] <br/>{{OMIM7|171900|PGM1}} <hr/> {{OMIM7|614921|CDG1T}} <br/> {{ORPHA1|319646|CDG1T}}
 
| NLM/GHR:[https://ghr.nlm.nih.gov/gene/PGM1 PGM1] <br/>{{OMIM7|171900|PGM1}} <hr/> {{OMIM7|614921|CDG1T}} <br/> {{ORPHA1|319646|CDG1T}}
 
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| [[Glycogenesis]] step: <br/> [[UDP-glucose]] synthesis <br/> [[UTP—glucose-1-phosphate uridylyltransferase|UDP-glucose pyrophosphorylase]]
 
| UGP2 <br/> <!-- Organ <hr/> '''Disease''' <br\> (Synonym) --> No known inborn disease
 
| UGP2 <br/> <!-- Organ <hr/> '''Disease''' <br\> (Synonym) --> No known inborn disease
 
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| {{OMIM7|191760|UGP2}}
 
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| [[GYG1]]: <br/> Muscle <hr/> '''[[Glycogen storage disease type XV|GSD type XV]]''' <br/> (GSD 15, glycogenin deficiency) <br/> '''[[Polyglucosan body myopathy]] type 2''' <br/>(PGBM2)
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| '''GSD 15''': Myopathy, cardiomyopathy. Rare. Muscle weakness. <br/> '''PGBM2''': Myopathy. Proximal muscle weakness of the lower limbs, gait disturbances. Upper limbs and/or distal muscle weakness in some. Onset-age highly variable, slowly progressive.
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| NLM/GHR:[https://ghr.nlm.nih.gov/gene/GYG1 GYG1] <br/>{{OMIM7|603942|GYG1}} <hr/> {{OMIM7|613507|GSDXV}} <br/> {{ORPHA1|263297|GSDXV}} <br/> <br/> {{OMIM7|616199|PGBM2}} <br/> {{ORPHA1|456369|PGBM2}}
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| GYS1: <br/> Muscle <br/> [[GYS2]]: <br/> Liver <hr/> '''[[Glycogen storage disease type 0|GSD type 0]]''' <br/>(GSD 0, glycogen synthetase deficiency)
 
| GYS1: <br/> Muscle <br/> [[GYS2]]: <br/> Liver <hr/> '''[[Glycogen storage disease type 0|GSD type 0]]''' <br/>(GSD 0, glycogen synthetase deficiency)
 
| '''GSD0A (liver):''' <br/> Infancy or in early childhood onset. Morning fatigue and fasting hypoglycemia, hyperketonemia. Without hepatomegaly, hyperalaninemia or hyperlactacidemia. After meals, major hyperglycemia associated with lactate and alanine increase and hyperlipidemia. <br/> '''GSD0B (muscle):''' <br/> Myopathy, cardiomyopathy, exercise intolerance.
 
| '''GSD0A (liver):''' <br/> Infancy or in early childhood onset. Morning fatigue and fasting hypoglycemia, hyperketonemia. Without hepatomegaly, hyperalaninemia or hyperlactacidemia. After meals, major hyperglycemia associated with lactate and alanine increase and hyperlipidemia. <br/> '''GSD0B (muscle):''' <br/> Myopathy, cardiomyopathy, exercise intolerance.
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| NLM/GHR:[https://ghr.nlm.nih.gov/gene/GYS1 GYS1] <br/>{{OMIM7|138570|GYS1}} NLM/GHR:[https://ghr.nlm.nih.gov/gene/GYS2 GYS2] <br/>{{OMIM7|138571|GYS2}} <hr/> NLM/GHR:[https://ghr.nlm.nih.gov/condition/glycogen-storage-disease-type-0 GSD0] <br/> {{OMIM7|240600|GSD0A}} <br/> {{ORPHA1|2089|GSD0A}} {{OMIM7|611556|GSD0B}} <br/> {{ORPHA1|137625|GSD0B}}
 
| NLM/GHR:[https://ghr.nlm.nih.gov/gene/GYS1 GYS1] <br/>{{OMIM7|138570|GYS1}} NLM/GHR:[https://ghr.nlm.nih.gov/gene/GYS2 GYS2] <br/>{{OMIM7|138571|GYS2}} <hr/> NLM/GHR:[https://ghr.nlm.nih.gov/condition/glycogen-storage-disease-type-0 GSD0] <br/> {{OMIM7|240600|GSD0A}} <br/> {{ORPHA1|2089|GSD0A}} {{OMIM7|611556|GSD0B}} <br/> {{ORPHA1|137625|GSD0B}}
 
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| [[GBE1]]: <br/> Liver, muscle <hr/> '''[[Glycogen storage disease type IV|GSD type IV]]''' <br/>(GSD 4, Andersen's disease, amylopectinosis, brancher deficiency, glycogen branching enzyme deficiency, familial cirrhosis with deposition of abnormal glycogen)
 
| [[GBE1]]: <br/> Liver, muscle <hr/> '''[[Glycogen storage disease type IV|GSD type IV]]''' <br/>(GSD 4, Andersen's disease, amylopectinosis, brancher deficiency, glycogen branching enzyme deficiency, familial cirrhosis with deposition of abnormal glycogen)
 
| Different forms have been described:
 
| Different forms have been described:
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| NLM/GHR:[https://ghr.nlm.nih.gov/gene/GBE1 GBE1] <br/>{{OMIM7|607839|GBE1}} <hr/> NLM/GHR:[https://ghr.nlm.nih.gov/condition/glycogen-storage-disease-type-iv GSDIV] <br/> {{OMIM7|232500|GSDIV}} <br/> {{GARD1|2520|GSDIV}} <br/> {{ORPHA1|367|GSDIV}}
 
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| [[GBE1]]: <br/> Nerve cells <hr/> '''[[Adult polyglucosan body disease]]''' <br/>(APBD)
 
| [[GBE1]]: <br/> Nerve cells <hr/> '''[[Adult polyglucosan body disease]]''' <br/>(APBD)
 
| Neuropathy, affecting the central and peripheral nervous systems. Cognitive impairment, pyramidal tetraparesis, peripheral neuropathy, and neurogenic bladder. Peripheral neuropathy and progressive muscle weakness and stiffness (spasticity). Cerebellar dysfunction and extrapyramidal signs in some. Late-onset, slowly progressive.
 
| Neuropathy, affecting the central and peripheral nervous systems. Cognitive impairment, pyramidal tetraparesis, peripheral neuropathy, and neurogenic bladder. Peripheral neuropathy and progressive muscle weakness and stiffness (spasticity). Cerebellar dysfunction and extrapyramidal signs in some. Late-onset, slowly progressive.
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| <!--Treatment-->
 
| <!--Treatment-->
 
| NLM/GHR:[https://ghr.nlm.nih.gov/gene/GBE1 GBE1] <br/>{{OMIM7|607839|GBE1}} <hr/> NLM/GHR:[https://ghr.nlm.nih.gov/condition/adult-polyglucosan-body-disease APBD] <br/> {{OMIM7|263570|APBD}} <br/> {{GARD1|108|APBD}} <br/> {{ORPHA1|206583|APBD}}
 
| NLM/GHR:[https://ghr.nlm.nih.gov/gene/GBE1 GBE1] <br/>{{OMIM7|607839|GBE1}} <hr/> NLM/GHR:[https://ghr.nlm.nih.gov/condition/adult-polyglucosan-body-disease APBD] <br/> {{OMIM7|263570|APBD}} <br/> {{GARD1|108|APBD}} <br/> {{ORPHA1|206583|APBD}}
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| De novo glycogen synthesis <br/> [[Glycogenin]]
 
| [[GYG1]]: <br/> Muscle <hr/> '''[[Glycogen storage disease type XV|GSD type XV]]''' <br/> (GSD 15, glycogenin deficiency) <br/> '''[[Polyglucosan body myopathy]] type 2''' <br/>(PGBM2)
 
| '''GSD 15''': Myopathy, cardiomyopathy. Rare. Muscle weakness. <br/> '''PGBM2''': Myopathy. Proximal muscle weakness of the lower limbs, gait disturbances. Upper limbs and/or distal muscle weakness in some. Onset-age highly variable, slowly progressive.
 
| <!--Diagnose-->
 
| <!--Treatment-->
 
| NLM/GHR:[https://ghr.nlm.nih.gov/gene/GYG1 GYG1] <br/>{{OMIM7|603942|GYG1}} <hr/> {{OMIM7|613507|GSDXV}} <br/> {{ORPHA1|263297|GSDXV}} <br/> <br/> {{OMIM7|616199|PGBM2}} <br/> {{ORPHA1|456369|PGBM2}}
 
 
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The X Factor Thailand

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| country = [[Thailand]]
 
| language = [[Thai language|Thai]]
 
| language = [[Thai language|Thai]]
| num_episodes = 10- (13th November 2017)
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| camera = Multi-camera
 
| camera = Multi-camera
 
| runtime = 72-95 minutes
 
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Draft:Avi Melamed

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'''Avi Melamed''' (born on 11/29/60) is an Israeli author, educator, and a highly acclaimed independent Middle East strategic intelligence analyst. Melamed is an esteemed author of two books entitled: Inside the Middle East: Making Sense of the Most Dangerous and Complicated Region on Earth (2016) and co-author of Separate and Unequal (1999).

He has been featured in numerous publications including CBN News "[http://www1.cbn.com/cbnnews/israel/2017/may/why-israels-quietest-border-could-face-a-massive-eruption Why Israel's Quietest Border Could Face a 'Massive Eruption]" and The Washington Post "[https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/middle_east/hamas-tunnels-stoke-anxiety-bolstering-israelis-support-of-war/2014/07/31/ae67267e-18e7-11e4-85b6-c1451e622637_story.html?utm_term=.dcb485006a2e Middle East Hamas Tunnels Stroke Anxiety, Bolstering Israelis' Support of War]".

Melamed has also been featured in the following notable publications:

Forbes - "[https://www.forbes.com/sites/realspin/2016/04/05/a-realistic-solution-to-the-israeli-palestinian-conflict/|thumb|"A Realistic Solution To The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict"]"

PBS (WVIA) - "[http://www.pbs.org/video/wvia-special-presentations-avi-melamed-inside-middle-east/ Avi Melamed - Inside the Middle East]"

The Hill - "[http://thehill.com/blogs/congress-blog/foreign-policy/274205-america-must-revolutionize-its-understanding-of-the-middle America Must Revolutionize its Understanding of the Middle East]"

Melamed is a former senior official on Arab affairs and an Israeli intelligence official. He is an expert on current affairs in the Muslim and Arab society and their effect on the Middle East and Israel. He also serves as the Fellow of Intelligence and Middle East Affairs for the Eisenhower Institute.

Melamed speaks Arabic fluently and has a very distinctive awareness of the Arab society. He provides policy makers, academic institutions and international media outlets with information about Middle East and Israeli affairs. He also provides private tours and briefings to clients and diplomats.

He has been involved in an array of intelligence field positions on behalf of Israeli government agencies and Israeli Defense Forces. He risked his life working several years in Arab cities in potentially dangerous positions.

Melamed is also known as the founder of Feenjan – Israel speaks Arabic, an online medium for Arabs and Israelis to engage in various issues and discussions. The topics and discussions are centered on the latest trends of the Israeli culture and the Arab world in Arabic.

[http://HTTP://www.avimelamed.com www.avimelamed.com]

== References ==

<ref>[http://www1.cbn.com/cbnnews/israel/2017/may/why-israels-quietest-border-could-face-a-massive-eruption Why Israel's Quietest Border Could Face a 'Massive Eruption]</ref>
June 1, 2017

<ref>Forbes [https://www.forbes.com/sites/realspin/2016/04/05/a-realistic-solution-to-the-israeli-palestinian-conflict/|thumb|"A Realistic Solution To The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict"]</ref>

<ref>PBS (WVIA) - "[http://www.pbs.org/video/wvia-special-presentations-avi-melamed-inside-middle-east/ Avi Melamed - Inside the Middle East]"</ref> 2015

<ref> The Hill - "[http://thehill.com/blogs/congress-blog/foreign-policy/274205-america-must-revolutionize-its-understanding-of-the-middle America Must Revolutionize its Understanding of the Middle East]"</ref> March 28, 2016

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2017–18 Ashes series

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| runs-team1-inns1 = ''[[Shaun Marsh]] 102[[not out|*]] (218)''
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Napoleonic Wars

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|{{flagicon|Ottoman Empire}} '''[[Mahmud II]]'''
 
|{{flagicon|Ottoman Empire}} '''[[Mahmud II]]'''
 
|{{flagicon|United Netherlands}} '''[[William I of the Netherlands|Prince of Orange]]'''
 
|{{flagicon|United Netherlands}} '''[[William I of the Netherlands|Prince of Orange]]'''
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|{{flagicon|Two Sicilies}} '''[[Ferdinand I of the Two Sicilies|Ferdinand I]]'''
 
|{{flagicon|Two Sicilies}} '''[[Ferdinand I of the Two Sicilies|Ferdinand I]]'''
 
|{{flagicon|Sweden}} '''[[Gustav IV Adolf of Sweden|Gustav IV]]'''
 
|{{flagicon|Sweden}} '''[[Gustav IV Adolf of Sweden|Gustav IV]]'''

Ymre Stiekema

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* Uno Models (Barcelona)
 
* Uno Models (Barcelona)
 
* Le Management (Copenhagen)
 
* Le Management (Copenhagen)
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* [[Modelwerk]] (Hamburg)
 
* Public Image Management (Montreal)
 
* Public Image Management (Montreal)
 
* Modelink (Stockholm) <ref>https://models.com/models/Ymre-Stiekema</ref> }}
 
* Modelink (Stockholm) <ref>https://models.com/models/Ymre-Stiekema</ref> }}

User:Ssven2/King of Cool films

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!scope="row" | ''[[The Great Escape (film)|The Great Escape]]''
 
!scope="row" | ''[[The Great Escape (film)|The Great Escape]]''
 
| 1963
 
| 1963
| Virgil Hilts
 
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| {{sort|Sturges|[[John Sturges]]}}
 
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| Rocky Papasano
 
| Rocky Papasano
 
| {{sort|Mulligan|[[Robert Mulligan]]}}
 
| {{sort|Mulligan|[[Robert Mulligan]]}}
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| Nominated&nbsp;— [[Golden Globe Award for Best Actor&nbsp;— Motion Picture Drama]]
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|style="text-align:center;" | {{Sfn|Sanford|2003|p=467}}<br/><ref>{{cite web | url=https://www.goldenglobes.com/winners-nominees/1964/all | title=Winners & Nominees 1964 | publisher=[[Hollywood Foreign Press Association]] | accessdate=December 3, 2017 | archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20171203074903/https://www.goldenglobes.com/winners-nominees/1964/all | archivedate=December 3, 2017 | deadurl=no}}</ref>
 
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!scope="row" | ''[[Baby the Rain Must Fall]]''
 
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!scope="row" | ''[[The Cincinnati Kid]]''
 
!scope="row" | ''[[The Cincinnati Kid]]''
 
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| 1965
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| {{sort|Jewison|[[Norman Jewison]]}}
 
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|''[[Nevada Smith]]''
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| Max Sand (Nevada Smith){{efn|name=Character}}
|Max Sand (alias Nevada Smith)
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| {{sort|Hathaway|[[Henry Hathaway]]}}
 
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!scope="row" | ''[[The Sand Pebbles (film)|The Sand Pebbles]]''
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| {{sort|Wise|[[Robert Wise]]}}
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| Nominated&nbsp;– [[Academy Award for Best Actor]]
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|1968
 
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|''[[The Thomas Crown Affair (1968 film)|The Thomas Crown Affair]]''
 
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|Thomas Crown
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| Thomas Crown
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| {{sort|Jewison|[[Norman Jewison]]}}
 
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|1968
 
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| {{sort|Yates|[[Peter Yates]]}}
 
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Ross Laidlaw

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'''Ross Laidlaw''' (born 12 July 1992) is a Scottish [[association football|footballer]] who plays for [[Hibernian F.C.|Hibernian]] as a [[Goalkeeper (association football)|goalkeeper]]. Laidlaw has previously played for [[Raith Rovers F.C.|Raith Rovers]] and [[Elgin City F.C.|Elgin City]].
 
'''Ross Laidlaw''' (born 12 July 1992) is a Scottish [[association football|footballer]] who plays for [[Hibernian F.C.|Hibernian]] as a [[Goalkeeper (association football)|goalkeeper]]. Laidlaw has previously played for [[Raith Rovers F.C.|Raith Rovers]] and [[Elgin City F.C.|Elgin City]].
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==Career statistics==
 
==Career statistics==
{{updated|10:02, 26 November 2017 (UTC)}}<ref name="Laidlaw_Soccerway">{{cite news |title=Ross Laidlaw |url=http://www.soccerway.com/players/ross-laidlaw/157044/ |work=Soccerway |publisher=Global Sports Media |accessdate=28 September 2011 }}</ref>
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{{updated|07:53, 3 December 2017 (UTC)}}<ref name="Laidlaw_Soccerway">{{cite news |title=Ross Laidlaw |url=http://www.soccerway.com/players/ross-laidlaw/157044/ |work=Soccerway |publisher=Global Sports Media |accessdate=28 September 2011 }}</ref>
 
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Pasadena Republican Club

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==Photo gallery==
 
==Photo gallery==
 
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Jingchu Suishiji

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|s={{linktext|荆楚|记}} |t={{linktext|荊楚|記}} |p=Jīngchǔjì<!--no caps in pinyin--> |w=Ching-ch'u Chi |l=''Record''(''s'')'' of [[Jingchu]]''
 
|s={{linktext|荆楚|记}} |t={{linktext|荊楚|記}} |p=Jīngchǔjì<!--no caps in pinyin--> |w=Ching-ch'u Chi |l=''Record''(''s'')'' of [[Jingchu]]''
 
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The '''''Jingchu Suishiji''''', also known by various [[English language|English]] translations,{{efn|These include '''''Record of the Year and Seasons of Jing-Chu''''',<ref name=huro>{{harvp|Hureau|2010|p=[https://books.google.com.tw/books?id=RSawCQAAQBAJ&pg=PA1238 1238–9]}}.</ref><ref name=cha1>{{harvp|Chapman|2014|p=[https://books.google.com.tw/books?id=AeiIl2y6vJQC&pg=PA468 468]}}.</ref> '''''Records of Local Conditions and Customs in Jingchu''''',<ref name=xiaoping>{{harvp|Deng|1998|p=[https://books.google.com.tw/books?id=LmBgUE2oAvUC&pg=PA67 67]}}.</ref> '''''Record of the Annual and Seasonal Customs of Jing-Chu''''',{{sfnp|Saitō|2015|p=[https://books.google.com.tw/books?id=ux-oBgAAQBAJ&pg=PA45 45]}} '''''Seasonal Festive Customs in the Jingchu Region''''',<ref name=eksc/> and '''''An Account of the Seasonal Activities in the Jing-Chu Region'''''.{{sfnp|Tian|2005|p=[https://books.google.com.tw/books?id=DsJLEvDX38MC&pg=PA262 262]}}}} is a description of [[Chinese holidays|holidays]] in central [[China]] during the 6th & 7th centuries. It was compiled by [[Du Gongzhan]] in the [[Sui dynasty|Sui]] or early [[Tang dynasty|Tang]] (early 7th century) as a revised, annotated edition of [[Zong Lin]]'s mid-6th-century {{nowrap|'''''Record of Jingchu'''''}} or '''''Jingchuji'''''. The original ''Record'' is now lost; the original text of the ''Jingchu Suishiji'' seems to have been lost as well, with current editions consisting of various attempts of [[Ming dynasty|Ming]] and [[Qing dynasty|Qing]] scholars to recover the text from fragments in other works.
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The '''''Jingchu Suishiji''''', also known by various [[English language|English]] translations,{{efn|These include '''''A Record of the Annual and Seasonal Customs of the Areas of Jing and Chu''''',<ref name=wangwang/> '''''Record of the Year and Seasons of Jing-Chu''''',<ref name=huro>{{harvp|Hureau|2010|p=[https://books.google.com.tw/books?id=RSawCQAAQBAJ&pg=PA1238 1238–9]}}.</ref><ref name=cha1>{{harvp|Chapman|2014|p=[https://books.google.com.tw/books?id=AeiIl2y6vJQC&pg=PA468 468]}}.</ref> '''''Records of Local Conditions and Customs in Jingchu''''',<ref name=xiaoping>{{harvp|Deng|1998|p=[https://books.google.com.tw/books?id=LmBgUE2oAvUC&pg=PA67 67]}}.</ref> '''''Record of the Annual and Seasonal Customs of Jing-Chu''''',{{sfnp|Saitō|2015|p=[https://books.google.com.tw/books?id=ux-oBgAAQBAJ&pg=PA45 45]}} '''''Seasonal Festive Customs in the Jingchu Region''''',<ref name=eksc/> and '''''An Account of the Seasonal Activities in the Jing-Chu Region'''''.{{sfnp|Tian|2005|p=[https://books.google.com.tw/books?id=DsJLEvDX38MC&pg=PA262 262]}}}} is a description of [[Chinese holidays|holidays]] in central [[China]] during the 6th & 7th centuries. It was compiled by [[Du Gongzhan]] in the [[Sui dynasty|Sui]] or early [[Tang dynasty|Tang]] (early 7th century) as a revised, annotated edition of [[Zong Lin]]'s mid-6th-century {{nowrap|'''''Record of Jingchu'''''}} or '''''Jingchuji'''''. The original ''Record'' is now lost; the original text of the ''Jingchu Suishiji'' seems to have been lost as well, with current editions consisting of various attempts of [[Ming dynasty|Ming]] and [[Qing dynasty|Qing]] scholars to recover the text from fragments in other works.
   
 
==History==
 
==History==
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The [[Chinese New Year]], [[Lantern Festival|Lantern]], [[Tomb Sweeping Day|Tomb Sweeping]], [[Dragon Boat Festival|Dragon Boat]], [[Double Seven Festival|Double Seven]], [[Ghost Festival|Ghost]], and [[Double Ninth Festival]]s all took most of their present form during the period leading up to the composition of the ''Jingchu Suishiji''.<ref name=cha2/> The Double Seven and Double Ninth Festivals reflect the growing use from the [[Eastern Han dynasty|late Han]] onward of monthly dating rather than the old [[sexagenary cycle]] of [[heavenly stem]]s and [[earthly branch]]es.<ref name=cha2/> Similarly, the new reckoning gave added importance to the proper new year festival, which added features from the old popular "new year" [[La sacrifice]]s and [[exorcism]]s that had occurred in the 12th month after midwinter.<ref name=cha20>{{harvp|Chapman|2014|p=[https://books.google.com.tw/books?id=AeiIl2y6vJQC&pg=PA487 487]}}.</ref>
 
The [[Chinese New Year]], [[Lantern Festival|Lantern]], [[Tomb Sweeping Day|Tomb Sweeping]], [[Dragon Boat Festival|Dragon Boat]], [[Double Seven Festival|Double Seven]], [[Ghost Festival|Ghost]], and [[Double Ninth Festival]]s all took most of their present form during the period leading up to the composition of the ''Jingchu Suishiji''.<ref name=cha2/> The Double Seven and Double Ninth Festivals reflect the growing use from the [[Eastern Han dynasty|late Han]] onward of monthly dating rather than the old [[sexagenary cycle]] of [[heavenly stem]]s and [[earthly branch]]es.<ref name=cha2/> Similarly, the new reckoning gave added importance to the proper new year festival, which added features from the old popular "new year" [[La sacrifice]]s and [[exorcism]]s that had occurred in the 12th month after midwinter.<ref name=cha20>{{harvp|Chapman|2014|p=[https://books.google.com.tw/books?id=AeiIl2y6vJQC&pg=PA487 487]}}.</ref>
   
An edition of the ''Jinchu Suishiji'' from the end of the [[Six Dynasties Period]] of [[Chinese history]] is one of the few sources of the era that mention the [[Ghost Festival]], a [[Buddhist holiday]] on the 15th day of the [[Chinese calendar|7th lunar month]] supposedly started by the [[disciples of Buddha|disciple]] [[Moggallāna]] to free his dead mother from her status as a [[hungry ghost]]. Zong quoted the [[Buddhist apocrypha|apocryphal]] ''[[Yulanpen Sutra]]'' and described the holiday during his time: people offered [[Buddhist temple|temples]] flowers, [[Buddhist banner|flags]], and [[Begging#Religious begging|bowls]] and joined [[Buddhist monk|monks]] and [[Buddhist nun|nuns]] in [[drum]]ming and [[Buddhist music|singing]].<ref name=huro/>
 
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The ''Jingchu Suishiji'' is one of the first sources to record the combination of the stories of "[[The Cowherd and the Weaver Girl]]" and [[Zhang Qian]] with his magical [[raft]].<ref name=wangwang>{{harvp|Wang|2009|p=[https://books.google.com.tw/books?id=Hxn1ZBMT9mIC&pg=PA98 98]}}.</ref>
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Similarly, an edition of the ''Jinchu Suishiji'' from the end of the [[Six Dynasties Period]] of [[Chinese history]] is one of the few sources of the era that mention the [[Ghost Festival]], a [[Buddhist holiday]] on the 15th day of the [[Chinese calendar|7th lunar month]] supposedly started by the [[disciples of Buddha|disciple]] [[Moggallāna]] to free his dead mother from her status as a [[hungry ghost]]. Zong quoted the [[Buddhist apocrypha|apocryphal]] ''[[Yulanpen Sutra]]'' and described the holiday during his time: people offered [[Buddhist temple|temples]] flowers, [[Buddhist banner|flags]], and [[Begging#Religious begging|bowls]] and joined [[Buddhist monk|monks]] and [[Buddhist nun|nuns]] in [[drum]]ming and [[Buddhist music|singing]].<ref name=huro/>
   
 
==Legacy==
 
==Legacy==
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* {{citation |last=Saitō |first=Tsuyoshi |title=The Emergence of the Modern Sino-Japanese Lexicon |url=https://books.google.com.tw/books?id=ux-oBgAAQBAJ&printsec=frontcover |editor-last=Fogel |editor-first=Joshua A. |series=''East Asian Comparative Literature and Culture'', No. 7 |isbn=978-90-04-29051-8 |date=2015 |location=Leiden |publisher=Koninklijke Brill |contribution-url=https://books.google.com.tw/books?id=ux-oBgAAQBAJ&pg=PA29 |contribution=The Formation of the Term ''Shakai'' (Society) |pp=[https://books.google.com.tw/books?id=ux-oBgAAQBAJ&pg=PA29 29–80] }}.
 
* {{citation |last=Saitō |first=Tsuyoshi |title=The Emergence of the Modern Sino-Japanese Lexicon |url=https://books.google.com.tw/books?id=ux-oBgAAQBAJ&printsec=frontcover |editor-last=Fogel |editor-first=Joshua A. |series=''East Asian Comparative Literature and Culture'', No. 7 |isbn=978-90-04-29051-8 |date=2015 |location=Leiden |publisher=Koninklijke Brill |contribution-url=https://books.google.com.tw/books?id=ux-oBgAAQBAJ&pg=PA29 |contribution=The Formation of the Term ''Shakai'' (Society) |pp=[https://books.google.com.tw/books?id=ux-oBgAAQBAJ&pg=PA29 29–80] }}.
 
* {{citation |url=https://books.google.com.tw/books?id=DsJLEvDX38MC&printsec=frontcover |title=Tao Yuanming & Manuscript Culture: The Record of a Dusty Table |last=Tian |first=Xiaofei |authormask=Tian Xiaofei |publisher=University of Washington Press |location=Seattle |isbn=978-0-295-99134-4 |date=2005 }}.
 
* {{citation |url=https://books.google.com.tw/books?id=DsJLEvDX38MC&printsec=frontcover |title=Tao Yuanming & Manuscript Culture: The Record of a Dusty Table |last=Tian |first=Xiaofei |authormask=Tian Xiaofei |publisher=University of Washington Press |location=Seattle |isbn=978-0-295-99134-4 |date=2005 }}.
* {{citation |last=Wang |first=Shi-fu |authormask=Wang Shi-fu |title=The Story of the Western Wing |url=https://books.google.com.tw/books?id=Hxn1ZBMT9mIC |publisher=University of California Press |location=Berkeley |date=1990 }}.
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* {{citation |last=Wang |first=Shifu |authormask=Wang Shi-fu |title=The Story of the Western Wing |url=https://books.google.com.tw/books?id=Hxn1ZBMT9mIC |publisher=University of California Press |location=Berkeley |date=1990 }}.
 
* {{citation |url=https://books.google.com.tw/books?id=fCdCDgAAQBAJ |title=Historial Dictionary of Medieval China |last=Xiong |first=Victor Cunrui |publisher=Rowman & Littlefield |location=[[Lanham, Maryland|Lanham]] |date=2017 |isbn=9781442276154 }}.
 
* {{citation |url=https://books.google.com.tw/books?id=fCdCDgAAQBAJ |title=Historial Dictionary of Medieval China |last=Xiong |first=Victor Cunrui |publisher=Rowman & Littlefield |location=[[Lanham, Maryland|Lanham]] |date=2017 |isbn=9781442276154 }}.
   

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List of The Walking Dead (comics) characters

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* '''Harlan Carson''' is a doctor in the Hilltop Colony who has treated Maggie, checking out on her baby, making sure everything's okay. When Maggie is stressed out about delivering a baby, Doctor Harlan Carson assures her that her baby will be the third baby he's delivered on the Hilltop. Harlan has been called a miracle worker. Harlan Carson has worked on many people in the Hilltop Colony including their leader, Gregory, whom he had brought back from the brink of death by knife wound.
 
* '''Harlan Carson''' is a doctor in the Hilltop Colony who has treated Maggie, checking out on her baby, making sure everything's okay. When Maggie is stressed out about delivering a baby, Doctor Harlan Carson assures her that her baby will be the third baby he's delivered on the Hilltop. Harlan has been called a miracle worker. Harlan Carson has worked on many people in the Hilltop Colony including their leader, Gregory, whom he had brought back from the brink of death by knife wound.
 
*: '''Series Lifespan: '''#95<ref name=issue95 />{{rp|20/1}} onward
 
*: '''Series Lifespan: '''#95<ref name=issue95 />{{rp|20/1}} onward
* '''Dante''' is a guard in the Hilltop Colony who appears to have a crush on Maggie and is one of her right-hand men. He looked for missing survivor Ken, but was captured and later released alongside Ken by Alpha and The Whisperers. He later helps the others with the conflicts that comes ahead. He is later sent to spy on Negan after he leaves Alexandria by Maggie.
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* '''Dante''' is a guard in the Hilltop Colony who appears to have a crush on Maggie and is one of her right-hand men. He looked for missing survivor Ken, but was captured and later released alongside Ken by Alpha and The Whisperers. He later helps the others with the conflicts that comes ahead. Maggie later sends him to spy on Negan after he leaves Alexandria.
 
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*: '''Series Lifespan: '''#131 onward
   

Wave power

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These devices act similarly to [[Wave power#Point absorber buoy|point absorber buoys]], with multiple floating segments connected to one another and are oriented perpendicular to incoming waves. A flexing motion is created by swells that drive hydraulic pumps to generate electricity. Environmental effects are similar to those of point absorber buoys, with an additional concern that organisms could be pinched in the joints.<ref name="Tethys"/>
 
These devices act similarly to [[Wave power#Point absorber buoy|point absorber buoys]], with multiple floating segments connected to one another and are oriented perpendicular to incoming waves. A flexing motion is created by swells that drive hydraulic pumps to generate electricity. Environmental effects are similar to those of point absorber buoys, with an additional concern that organisms could be pinched in the joints.<ref name="Tethys"/>
   
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=== Oscillating wave surge converter ===
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These devices typically have one end fixed to a structure or the seabed while the other end is free to move. [[Energy]] is collected from the relative motion of the body compared to the fixed point. Oscillating wave surge converters often come in the form of floats, flaps, or membranes. Environmental concerns include minor risk of collision, artificial reefing near the fixed point, [[Electromotive force|EMF]] effects from subsea cables, and energy removal effecting sediment transport.<ref name="Tethys"/> Some of these designs incorporate [[parabolic reflector]]s as a means of increasing the wave energy at the point of capture. These capture systems use the rise and fall motion of waves to capture energy.<ref name="Renewable Sea Power">{{cite journal| last1=McCormick |first1=Michael E. |first2=R. Cengiz |last2=Ertekin |title=Renewable sea power: Waves, tides, and thermals – new research funding seeks to put them to work for us |journal=Mechanical Engineering |publisher=ASME |volume=131 |issue=5 |year=2009 |pages=36–39}}</ref> Once the wave energy is captured at a wave source, power must be carried to the point of use or to a connection to the [[electrical grid]] by [[Electric power transmission|transmission]] [[submarine power cable|power cables]].<ref name=nyt20100316>
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[https://www.nytimes.com/2010/03/17/business/energy-environment/17power.html Underwater Cable an Alternative to Electrical Towers], Matthew L. Wald, ''[[New York Times]]'', 2010-03-16. Retrieved 2010-03-18.</ref>
   
 
=== Oscillating water column ===
 
=== Oscillating water column ===

Bloomington High School South

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Notable alumni tab

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*[[Jordan Hulls]] - Professional basketball player for the [[Eisbären Bremerhaven]] of the German [[Basketball Bundesliga]]. Hulls has previously played for the [[Sigal Prishtina]] (2014-2015) of the [[Kosovo Basketball Superleague]], [[Czarni Słupsk]] of the [[Polish Basketball League]] and [[Limburg United]] of the [[Basketball League Belgium Division I|Belgian League]].<ref>{{cite web|title=Eurobasket Bio - Jordan Hulls|url=http://basketball.eurobasket.com/player/Jordan_Hulls/187940|accessdate=March 17, 2016}}</ref>
 
*[[Jordan Hulls]] - Professional basketball player for the [[Eisbären Bremerhaven]] of the German [[Basketball Bundesliga]]. Hulls has previously played for the [[Sigal Prishtina]] (2014-2015) of the [[Kosovo Basketball Superleague]], [[Czarni Słupsk]] of the [[Polish Basketball League]] and [[Limburg United]] of the [[Basketball League Belgium Division I|Belgian League]].<ref>{{cite web|title=Eurobasket Bio - Jordan Hulls|url=http://basketball.eurobasket.com/player/Jordan_Hulls/187940|accessdate=March 17, 2016}}</ref>
 
*Ronnie Schneider: [[Association of Tennis Professionals|ATP]] [[tennis]] player<ref>{{cite web|title=Association of Tennis Professionals Bio - Ronnie Schneider|url=http://www.atpworldtour.com/en/players/ronnie-schneider/sr79/overview|accessdate=March 17, 2016}}</ref>
 
*Ronnie Schneider: [[Association of Tennis Professionals|ATP]] [[tennis]] player<ref>{{cite web|title=Association of Tennis Professionals Bio - Ronnie Schneider|url=http://www.atpworldtour.com/en/players/ronnie-schneider/sr79/overview|accessdate=March 17, 2016}}</ref>
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*Turf Guy: Single-handedly launched himself into the 2017 Heisman race by mending the field of the Big 10 Championship with the speed and dexterity of a neurosurgeon.
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

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*'''Robert F. Turner''' https://scholar.google.com/scholar?hl=en&as_sdt=0%2C44&q=%22Robert+F.+Turner%22&btnG=&oq=%22 {{color|red|1180 hits, highest number of cites is 107 for National Security Law 87 for Vietnamese Communism}}
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*'''Lewis Sorley''' https://scholar.google.com/scholar?hl=en&as_sdt=0%2C44&q=%22Lewis+Sorley%22&btnG= {{color|red|922 hits, highest number of cites is 293 for A Better War}}
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*'''Mark Moyar''' https://scholar.google.com/scholar?hl=en&as_sdt=0%2C44&q=%22Mark+Moyar%22&btnG= {{color|red|725 hits, highest number of cites is 201 for Triumph Forsaken}}
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*'''Michael Lee Lanning''' https://scholar.google.com/scholar?hl=en&as_sdt=0%2C44&q=%22ML+Lanning%22&btnG= {{color|red|51 hits, highest number of cites is 71 for Inside the VC and NVA}}
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*'''Nichols Warr''' https://scholar.google.com/scholar?hl=en&as_sdt=0%2C44&q=%22Nicholas+Warr%22&btnG= {{color|red|17 cites for Phase Line Green}}
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*'''George Veith''' https://scholar.google.com/scholar?hl=en&as_sdt=0%2C44&q=%22George+Veith%22&btnG= {{color|red|Black April cited by 13}}
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*'''Geoffrey DT Shaw''' - https://scholar.google.com/scholar?hl=en&as_sdt=0%2C44&q=%22Geoffrey+DT+Shaw%22&btnG= {{color|red|23 hits, highest number of cites is 12 for Policeman versus Soldiers, the debate leading to MAAG Objections and Washington rejections of the Core of the British Counter Insurgency Advice}}