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Bedford, New Hampshire

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For the period 2006–2010, the median income for a household in the town was $116,299 (in 2010 dollars), and the median income for a family was $127,589. Full-time male workers had median earnings of $99,366 versus $53,286 for females. The [[per capita income]] for the town was $50,952. About 2.7% of families and 3.4% of the population were below the [[poverty line]], including 4.2% of those under age 18 and 1.0% of those age 65 or over.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://factfinder2.census.gov/bkmk/table/1.0/en/ACS/10_5YR/DP03/0600000US3301104500|title=SELECTED ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS: 2006–2010 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates (DP-3) – Bedford town, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire (DP-3)|work = American Factfinder | publisher=U.S. Census Bureau |accessdate=2012-11-27}}</ref> Bedford had the fifth highest average personal income in the state between 2006 and 2010.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://factfinder2.census.gov/bkmk/table/1.0/en/ACS/10_5YR/DP03/0400000US33.06000|title=SELECTED ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS: 2006–2010 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates (DP-3) – All Towns, New Hampshire |work = American Factfinder | publisher=U.S. Census Bureau |accessdate=2012-11-27}}</ref>
 
For the period 2006–2010, the median income for a household in the town was $116,299 (in 2010 dollars), and the median income for a family was $127,589. Full-time male workers had median earnings of $99,366 versus $53,286 for females. The [[per capita income]] for the town was $50,952. About 2.7% of families and 3.4% of the population were below the [[poverty line]], including 4.2% of those under age 18 and 1.0% of those age 65 or over.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://factfinder2.census.gov/bkmk/table/1.0/en/ACS/10_5YR/DP03/0600000US3301104500|title=SELECTED ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS: 2006–2010 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates (DP-3) – Bedford town, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire (DP-3)|work = American Factfinder | publisher=U.S. Census Bureau |accessdate=2012-11-27}}</ref> Bedford had the fifth highest average personal income in the state between 2006 and 2010.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://factfinder2.census.gov/bkmk/table/1.0/en/ACS/10_5YR/DP03/0400000US33.06000|title=SELECTED ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS: 2006–2010 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates (DP-3) – All Towns, New Hampshire |work = American Factfinder | publisher=U.S. Census Bureau |accessdate=2012-11-27}}</ref>
 
==Politics==
 
Politically, Bedford votes solidly [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]], not having elected a [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democrat]] to the state legislature since 1932.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.stpns.net/view_article.html?articleId=108510810854464911156 |title=Could Bedford Go Democrat? |publisher=stpns.net |date=2006-10-30 |accessdate=2017-03-08}}</ref>
 
   
 
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Talk:Harold Cummings

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<li>From [[List of Major League Soccer transfers 2017]]: {{cite web|url=http://www.mlssoccer.com/post/2017/02/02/san-jose-earthquakes-ink-forward-danny-hoesen-german-vet-florian-jungwirth|title=San Jose Earthquakes ink forward Danny Hoesen, German vet Florian Jungwirth|publisher=Major League Soccer|date=February 2, 2017|accessdate=February 6, 2017|deadurl=no|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20170207142045/http://www.mlssoccer.com/post/2017/02/02/san-jose-earthquakes-ink-forward-danny-hoesen-german-vet-florian-jungwirth|archivedate=February 7, 2017|df=}}</li>
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1962 South Carolina Gamecocks football team

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Culture of Vietnam

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==Communication==
Communication in Vietnam, like other countries in the region, is indirect, based upon [[rapport]] and respect, and relies heavily on [[body language]]. Showing agreement by saying "yes" shows respect even if the person does not agree with what's being said. For example, one would say "yes" to an invitation even if one does not intend on attending. The individual would simply not attend. Breaking this rapport or disagreeing is deemed disrespectful. Children are unable to disagree with elders. Smiling is often used as an apology. Eye contact is usually avoided. Taboo things in western culture, such as asking about one's age or salary during an initial meeting, is normal. Storytelling is often used as a form of communication.<ref>{{cite web|title=Nonverbal|url=http://academic.depauw.edu/mkfinney_web/teaching/Com227/culturalPortfolios/VIETNAM/VIETNAM/nonverbal.html|accessdate=22 November 2015}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title=Communication/Values|url=http://academic.depauw.edu/mkfinney_web/teaching/Com227/culturalPortfolios/VIETNAM/VIETNAM/communication.cultural.values.html|accessdate=22 November 2015}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title=Communicating with Vietnamese people|url=http://www.vietnam-beauty.com/vietnamese-culture/164-communicating-with-vietnamese-people.html|accessdate=22 November 2015}}</ref>{{Dubious|date=March 2017}}
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Communication in Vietnam, like other countries in the region, is indirect, based upon [[rapport]] and respect, and relies heavily on [[body language]]. Showing agreement by saying "yes" shows respect even if the person does not agree with what's being said. For example, one would say "yes" to an invitation even if one does not intend on attending. The individual would simply not attend. Breaking this rapport or disagreeing is deemed disrespectful. Face crucial to Vietnamese, so they are usually very indirect with what they say and usually avoid stating their opinion in case they are wrong. It is considered to be polite if women speak softly when they talk. If they talk with a high volume in their speech, it is considered to be negative.<ref>{{Cite book|title="Intercultural Communication Between Australia & Vietnam." Society and Culture Association|last=Stephanie|first=Fahey|publisher=University of Sydney|year=2007|isbn=|location=|pages=}}</ref> Children are unable to disagree with elders. Smiling is often used as an apology. Eye contact is usually avoided. Taboo things in western culture, such as asking about one's age or salary during an initial meeting, is normal. Storytelling is often used as a form of communication.<ref>{{cite web|title=Nonverbal|url=http://academic.depauw.edu/mkfinney_web/teaching/Com227/culturalPortfolios/VIETNAM/VIETNAM/nonverbal.html|accessdate=22 November 2015}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title=Communication/Values|url=http://academic.depauw.edu/mkfinney_web/teaching/Com227/culturalPortfolios/VIETNAM/VIETNAM/communication.cultural.values.html|accessdate=22 November 2015}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title=Communicating with Vietnamese people|url=http://www.vietnam-beauty.com/vietnamese-culture/164-communicating-with-vietnamese-people.html|accessdate=22 November 2015}}</ref>{{Dubious|date=March 2017}}
   
 
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2017–18 FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup

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Bairagi Kainla

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I reached Ilam and settled down with my brothers. I remember when I started school, the year was 1947. Gandhi died that year." }}<ref>http://gorkhapedia.wikidot.com/bairagi-kainla</ref>
 
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He studied Science and completed Intermediate of Science (ISc) from [[Darjeeling Government College]] affiliated to [[Calcutta University]].
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Galgotias University

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Hawick Target Hill Greyhound Track

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'''Hawick Target Hill Greyhound Track''' was a former greyhound racing track in [[Hawick]] in the [[Scottish Borders]].
 
'''Hawick Target Hill Greyhound Track''' was a former greyhound racing track in [[Hawick]] in the [[Scottish Borders]].
   
The greyhound track was located between Mosshills Loch and Braid Road, south east of Hawick.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.old-maps.co.uk/#/Map/351114/614351/10/101324|title=OS Plan (partial) 1957|publisher=old-maps.co.uk}}</ref> The track opened in 1939 adjacent to Target Field after some form of early greyhound racing existed at nearby Millers Knowes. The name 'Target' derives from Boozieburn Rifle Range range. It was a small independent (unlicensed) track and closed in 1967 and is now private kennels.<ref>{{cite book|last=Barnes|first=Julia|title=Daily Mirror Greyhound Fact File|page =417|year=1988|publisher=Ringpress Books|isbn=0-948955-15-5}}</ref>
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The greyhound track was located between Mosshills Loch and Braid Road, south east of Hawick.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.old-maps.co.uk/#/Map/351114/614351/10/101324|title=OS Plan (partial) 1957|publisher=old-maps.co.uk}}</ref> The track opened in 1939 adjacent to Target Field after some form of early greyhound racing existed at nearby Millers Knowes. The name 'Target' derives from Boozieburn Rifle Range. It was a small independent (unlicensed) track and closed in 1967 and is now private kennels.<ref>{{cite book|last=Barnes|first=Julia|title=Daily Mirror Greyhound Fact File|page =417|year=1988|publisher=Ringpress Books|isbn=0-948955-15-5}}</ref>
   
 
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Tourism in Albania

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'''Tourism in [[Albania]]''' has been a key element to the country's economic activity and is constantly developing. It is characterized by its rich archaeological and cultural heritage dating back to the [[Classical antiquity|classical period]] when [[Illyrians|Illyrian]]s and [[Ancient Greece|Greek]]s inhabited the region. In the following centuries, it was occupied and populated by [[Ancient Rome|Roman]]s, [[Byzantine Empire|Byzantine]]s and [[Ottoman Empire|Ottoman]]s. Notably the country features unspoiled [[beach]]es, mountainous landscapes, delicious traditional [[Albanian cuisine|cuisine]], [[Architecture of Albania|archaeological artifacts]], [[Culture of Albania|unique traditions]] and hospitality, low prices and the wild and peculiar atmosphere of the countryside.
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'''Tourism in [[Albania]]''' has been a key element to the country's economic activity and is constantly developing. It is characterized by its rich archaeological and cultural heritage dating back to the [[Classical antiquity|classical period]] when [[Illyrians|Illyrian]]s and [[Ancient Greece|Greek]]s inhabited the region. In the following centuries, present day Albania was occupied and populated by [[Ancient Rome|Roman]]s, [[Byzantine Empire|Byzantine]]s and [[Ottoman Empire|Ottoman]]s. Notably the country features unspoiled [[beach]]es, mountainous landscapes, delicious traditional [[Albanian cuisine|cuisine]], [[Architecture of Albania|archaeological artifacts]], [[Culture of Albania|unique traditions]] and hospitality, low prices and the wild and peculiar atmosphere of the countryside.
   
 
The country lies in [[Southeastern Europe]] bordering [[Montenegro]] to the northwest, [[Kosovo]] to the northeast, [[Republic of Macedonia|Macedonia]] to the east and [[Greece]] to the south. The [[Mediterranean Sea]] with the [[Adriatic]] and [[Ionian Sea]] make up the entire west border of the country. The country's coastline length is about {{convert|481|km|0|abbr=on}} composed of both sandy and rocky [[beach]]es,
 
The country lies in [[Southeastern Europe]] bordering [[Montenegro]] to the northwest, [[Kosovo]] to the northeast, [[Republic of Macedonia|Macedonia]] to the east and [[Greece]] to the south. The [[Mediterranean Sea]] with the [[Adriatic]] and [[Ionian Sea]] make up the entire west border of the country. The country's coastline length is about {{convert|481|km|0|abbr=on}} composed of both sandy and rocky [[beach]]es,

Talk:Information centre hypothesis

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Grêmio Barueri Futebol

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The club was founded on March 26, 1989 as '''Grêmio Recreativo Barueri'''<ref name="futebolinterior">{{pt icon}} [http://www.futebolinterior.com.br/osite/dadosc.php?cid=23 Grêmio Recreativo Barueri at Futebol Interior website]</ref> to represent Barueri in several different sports.<ref name="historyofficialwebsite">{{pt icon}} [http://www.grbarueri.com.br/ History at Grêmio Recreativo Barueri's official website] {{webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20061112023407/http://www.grbarueri.com.br/ |date=November 12, 2006 }}</ref>
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The club was founded on March 26, 1989, as '''Grêmio Recreativo Barueri'''<ref name="futebolinterior">{{pt icon}} [http://www.futebolinterior.com.br/osite/dadosc.php?cid=23 Grêmio Recreativo Barueri at Futebol Interior website]</ref> to represent Barueri in several different sports.<ref name="historyofficialwebsite">{{pt icon}} [http://www.grbarueri.com.br/ History at Grêmio Recreativo Barueri's official website] {{webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20061112023407/http://www.grbarueri.com.br/ |date=November 12, 2006 }}</ref>
   
 
Barueri had a sponsorship from [[Banco Bandeirantes|Bandeirantes Bank]] from September, 1997 to June 1998.<ref name="historyofficialwebsite" /> The club changed sponsors to Mackenzie/Microcamp from August 1998 to May 1999. In 1998 Barueri won the [[Campeonato Paulista de Basqueste Masculino|São Paulo State Men's Basketball Championship]]. Some time later, the club signed a partnership with [[Club de Regatas Vasco da Gama|Vasco da Gama]], of [[Rio de Janeiro]].<ref name="historyofficialwebsite" />
 
Barueri had a sponsorship from [[Banco Bandeirantes|Bandeirantes Bank]] from September, 1997 to June 1998.<ref name="historyofficialwebsite" /> The club changed sponsors to Mackenzie/Microcamp from August 1998 to May 1999. In 1998 Barueri won the [[Campeonato Paulista de Basqueste Masculino|São Paulo State Men's Basketball Championship]]. Some time later, the club signed a partnership with [[Club de Regatas Vasco da Gama|Vasco da Gama]], of [[Rio de Janeiro]].<ref name="historyofficialwebsite" />

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During the latter half of the 1990s, grunge was supplanted by [[post-grunge]], which remained commercially viable into the start of the 21st century. Post-grunge "...transformed the thick guitar sounds and candid lyrical themes of the Seattle bands into an accessible, often uplifting mainstream aesthetic".<ref>Post-Grunge: A History of Post-Grunge Rock http://rock.about.com/od/rockmusic101/a/PostGrunge.htm</ref> These artists were seen as lacking the underground roots of grunge and were largely influenced by what grunge had become, namely "a wildly popular form of inward-looking, serious-minded hard rock". {{nowrap|Post-grunge}} was a more commercially viable genre that tempered the distorted guitars of grunge with polished, radio-ready production.<ref name="aboutpostgrunge" /><ref name="allmusic postgrunge">{{cite web |url=http://www.allmusic.com/style/post-grunge-ma0000005020 |title=Post-Grunge |accessdate=August 19, 2012 |work=Allmusic|publisher=Rovi Corporation}}</ref> When grunge became a mainstream genre, major labels started signing bands that sounded similar to these bands' sonic identities. Bands labeled as {{nowrap|post-grunge}} that emerged when grunge was mainstream such as [[Bush (British band)|Bush]], [[Candlebox]] and [[Collective Soul]] all are noted for emulating the sound of the bands that launched grunge into the mainstream.<ref name="aboutpostgrunge">{{cite web |url=http://rock.about.com/od/rockmusic101/a/PostGrunge.htm |title=Post-Grunge |publisher=[[About.com]] |last=Grierson |first=Tim}}</ref> Although the bands Bush<ref name=Newsobserver>{{cite web |url=http://www.newsobserver.com/entertainment/music-news-reviews/article11312237.html |title=Gavin Rossdale brings '90s grunge band Bush to Raleigh |publisher=''[[The News & Observer]]'' |last=Condran |first=Ed |date=February 26, 2015}}</ref><ref name=USClubGigs>{{cite web |url=http://www.mtv.com/news/514554/bush-to-play-us-club-gigs/ |title=Bush To Play U.S. Club Gigs |publisher=MTV |last=Kaufman |first=Gil |date=June 2, 1999}}</ref><ref name="Graff 1996">{{cite book |title=MusicHound Rock: The Essential Album Guide |publisher=[[Visible Ink Press]] |last=Graff |first=Gary |year=1996 |isbn=9780787610371 |quote="Probably the most well-known grunge band to come out of England, Bush exploded onto the American music scene in 1994 with Sixteen Stone."}}</ref> and Candlebox<ref name="AllMusic">{{cite web |url=http://www.allmusic.com/artist/candlebox-mn0000543595/biography |title=Candlebox {{!}} Biography & History |publisher=[[AllMusic]]}}</ref> have been categorized as grunge, both bands have been largely categorized as {{nowrap|post-grunge,}} too.<ref name="aboutpostgrunge" />
 
During the latter half of the 1990s, grunge was supplanted by [[post-grunge]], which remained commercially viable into the start of the 21st century. Post-grunge "...transformed the thick guitar sounds and candid lyrical themes of the Seattle bands into an accessible, often uplifting mainstream aesthetic".<ref>Post-Grunge: A History of Post-Grunge Rock http://rock.about.com/od/rockmusic101/a/PostGrunge.htm</ref> These artists were seen as lacking the underground roots of grunge and were largely influenced by what grunge had become, namely "a wildly popular form of inward-looking, serious-minded hard rock". {{nowrap|Post-grunge}} was a more commercially viable genre that tempered the distorted guitars of grunge with polished, radio-ready production.<ref name="aboutpostgrunge" /><ref name="allmusic postgrunge">{{cite web |url=http://www.allmusic.com/style/post-grunge-ma0000005020 |title=Post-Grunge |accessdate=August 19, 2012 |work=Allmusic|publisher=Rovi Corporation}}</ref> When grunge became a mainstream genre, major labels started signing bands that sounded similar to these bands' sonic identities. Bands labeled as {{nowrap|post-grunge}} that emerged when grunge was mainstream such as [[Bush (British band)|Bush]], [[Candlebox]] and [[Collective Soul]] all are noted for emulating the sound of the bands that launched grunge into the mainstream.<ref name="aboutpostgrunge">{{cite web |url=http://rock.about.com/od/rockmusic101/a/PostGrunge.htm |title=Post-Grunge |publisher=[[About.com]] |last=Grierson |first=Tim}}</ref> Although the bands Bush<ref name=Newsobserver>{{cite web |url=http://www.newsobserver.com/entertainment/music-news-reviews/article11312237.html |title=Gavin Rossdale brings '90s grunge band Bush to Raleigh |publisher=''[[The News & Observer]]'' |last=Condran |first=Ed |date=February 26, 2015}}</ref><ref name=USClubGigs>{{cite web |url=http://www.mtv.com/news/514554/bush-to-play-us-club-gigs/ |title=Bush To Play U.S. Club Gigs |publisher=MTV |last=Kaufman |first=Gil |date=June 2, 1999}}</ref><ref name="Graff 1996">{{cite book |title=MusicHound Rock: The Essential Album Guide |publisher=[[Visible Ink Press]] |last=Graff |first=Gary |year=1996 |isbn=9780787610371 |quote="Probably the most well-known grunge band to come out of England, Bush exploded onto the American music scene in 1994 with Sixteen Stone."}}</ref> and Candlebox<ref name="AllMusic">{{cite web |url=http://www.allmusic.com/artist/candlebox-mn0000543595/biography |title=Candlebox {{!}} Biography & History |publisher=[[AllMusic]]}}</ref> have been categorized as grunge, both bands have been largely categorized as {{nowrap|post-grunge,}} too.<ref name="aboutpostgrunge" />
   
In 1995, ''SPIN'' writer Charles Aaron stated that with grunge "spent", [[pop punk]] in a slump, [[Britpop]] a "giddy memory" and album-oriented rock over, the music industry turned to "Corporate[-produced] Alternative", which he calls "soundalike fake grunge" or "scrunge".<ref name="Charles, Aaron 1995. p. 131">Charles, Aaron. "Singles". SPIN. November 1995. p. 131</ref> Bands Aaron lists as "scrunge" groups include: [[Better Than Ezra]]; [[Bush (band)|Bush]]; [[Collective Soul]]; [[Garbage (band)|Garbage]]; [[Hootie & the Blowfish]]; [[Hum (band)|Hum]]; [[Silverchair]]; [[Sponge (band)|Sponge]]; [[Tripping Daisy]]; [[Jennifer Trynin]] and [[Weezer]]; Aaron includes the [[Foo Fighters]] in his list, but states that [[Dave Grohl]] avoided becoming a "scrunge fall gu[y]" by combining 1980s [[hardcore punk]] with 1970s arena trash music in his post-Nirvana group.<ref name="Charles, Aaron 1995. p. 131"/>
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In 1995, ''SPIN'' writer Charles Aaron stated that with grunge "spent", [[pop punk]] in a slump, [[Britpop]] a "giddy memory" and album-oriented rock over, the music industry turned to "Corporate[-produced] Alternative", which he calls "soundalike fake grunge" or "scrunge".<ref name="Charles, Aaron 1995. p. 131">Charles, Aaron. "Singles". SPIN. November 1995. p. 131</ref> Bands Aaron lists as "scrunge" groups include: [[Better Than Ezra]]; Bush; [[Collective Soul]]; [[Garbage (band)|Garbage]]; [[Hootie & the Blowfish]]; [[Hum (band)|Hum]]; [[Silverchair]]; [[Sponge (band)|Sponge]]; [[Tripping Daisy]]; [[Jennifer Trynin]] and [[Weezer]]; Aaron includes the [[Foo Fighters]] in his list, but states that [[Dave Grohl]] avoided becoming a "scrunge fall gu[y]" by combining 1980s [[hardcore punk]] with 1970s arena trash music in his post-Nirvana group.<ref name="Charles, Aaron 1995. p. 131"/>
   
 
Bands described as grunge like Bush<ref name="Newsobserver"/><ref name="USClubGigs"/><ref name="Graff 1996"/> and Candlebox<ref name="AllMusic"/> also have been largely categorized as {{nowrap|post-grunge.<ref name="allmusic postgrunge" />}} These two bands became popular after 1992.<ref name="allmusic postgrunge" /> Tim Grierson of [[About.com]] described bands such as Bush and Candlebox, writing: {{quote|"Perhaps not surprisingly, because these bands seemed to be merely ripping off a trendy sound, critics dismissed them as bandwagon-jumpers. Tellingly, these bands were labeled almost pejoratively as "post-grunge," suggesting that rather than being a musical movement in their own right, they were just a calculated, cynical response to a legitimate stylistic shift in rock music."<ref name="aboutpostgrunge">{{cite web |url=http://rock.about.com/od/rockmusic101/a/PostGrunge.htm |title=Post-Grunge |publisher=[[About.com]] |last=Grierson |first=Tim}}</ref>}}
 
Bands described as grunge like Bush<ref name="Newsobserver"/><ref name="USClubGigs"/><ref name="Graff 1996"/> and Candlebox<ref name="AllMusic"/> also have been largely categorized as {{nowrap|post-grunge.<ref name="allmusic postgrunge" />}} These two bands became popular after 1992.<ref name="allmusic postgrunge" /> Tim Grierson of [[About.com]] described bands such as Bush and Candlebox, writing: {{quote|"Perhaps not surprisingly, because these bands seemed to be merely ripping off a trendy sound, critics dismissed them as bandwagon-jumpers. Tellingly, these bands were labeled almost pejoratively as "post-grunge," suggesting that rather than being a musical movement in their own right, they were just a calculated, cynical response to a legitimate stylistic shift in rock music."<ref name="aboutpostgrunge">{{cite web |url=http://rock.about.com/od/rockmusic101/a/PostGrunge.htm |title=Post-Grunge |publisher=[[About.com]] |last=Grierson |first=Tim}}</ref>}}
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[[File:Creed (band) in 2002.jpg|thumb|right|alt=Four members of a rock band, Creed, are standing together. They are all wearing black sweatshirts. Three have goatee-style facial hair. Three have piercings.|Post-grunge band [[Creed (band)|Creed]] in 2002]]
 
[[File:Creed (band) in 2002.jpg|thumb|right|alt=Four members of a rock band, Creed, are standing together. They are all wearing black sweatshirts. Three have goatee-style facial hair. Three have piercings.|Post-grunge band [[Creed (band)|Creed]] in 2002]]
   
Other bands categorized as post-grunge that emerged when Bush and Candlebox became popular include [[Collective Soul]]<ref name="aboutpostgrunge" /> and [[Live (band)|Live]].<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.laweekly.com/music/the-10-worst-post-grunge-bands-4169278 |title=The 10 Worst Post-Grunge Bands |publisher=''[[LA Weekly]]'' |last=Steininger |first=Adam |date=August 23, 2013}}</ref> {{nowrap|Post-grunge}} still was popular in the late 1990s and early 2000s with newer bands such as Creed, [[Nickelback]], [[3 Doors Down]] and [[Puddle of Mudd]].<ref name="aboutpostgrunge" /> Other {{nowrap|post-grunge}} bands include [[Foo Fighters]], [[Staind]] and [[Matchbox Twenty]]. These post-grunge artists were criticized for their commercialized sound as well as their "worldview built around the comforts of community and romantic relationships", as opposed to grunge's lyrical exploration of "troubling issues such as suicide, societal hypocrisy and drug addiction."<ref name="aboutpostgrunge" /> Adam Steininger criticized post-grunge bands' "diluted ditties filled with watered-down lyrics, all seemingly revolving around suffering through romance."<ref name="Steininger">{{cite web |url=http://www.westword.com/music/the-ten-shittiest-post-grunge-bands-5684793/2 |title=The ten shittiest post-grunge bands|last=Steininger |first=Adam |date=15 August 2013 |website=www.westword.com |publisher=Westword|access-date=5 March 2017 |quote=}}</ref> Criticizing many bands that have been described as post-grunge, Steininger criticized [[Candlebox]] for their "pop-filled" sound, focus on "love lyrics, and writing songs without "versatility and creativity; [[Three Days Grace]] for their "diluted" and "radio-friendly music"; [[3 Doors Down]] for focusing on "...snagging hit singles instead of creating quality albums"; [[Finger Eleven]] for going in a "pop rock" direction; [[Bush (band)|Bush]]'s "random phrasings of nonsense"; [[Live (band)|Live]]'s "pseudo pop poetry" that "strangled the essence of grunge", [[Puddle of Mudd]]'s "watered down post-grunge sound"; [[Lifehouse (band)|Lifehouse]], for tearing "...down ...grunge's sound and groundbreaking structure to appeal more to the masses"; and [[Nickelback]], which he calls the "featherweight...punching bags of post-grunge" whose music is "dull as dishwater".<ref name="Steininger"/>
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Other bands categorized as post-grunge that emerged when Bush and Candlebox became popular include [[Collective Soul]]<ref name="aboutpostgrunge" /> and [[Live (band)|Live]].<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.laweekly.com/music/the-10-worst-post-grunge-bands-4169278 |title=The 10 Worst Post-Grunge Bands |publisher=''[[LA Weekly]]'' |last=Steininger |first=Adam |date=August 23, 2013}}</ref> {{nowrap|Post-grunge}} still was popular in the late 1990s and early 2000s with newer bands such as Creed, [[Nickelback]], [[3 Doors Down]] and [[Puddle of Mudd]].<ref name="aboutpostgrunge" /> Other {{nowrap|post-grunge}} bands include [[Foo Fighters]], [[Staind]] and [[Matchbox Twenty]]. These post-grunge artists were criticized for their commercialized sound as well as their "worldview built around the comforts of community and romantic relationships", as opposed to grunge's lyrical exploration of "troubling issues such as suicide, societal hypocrisy and drug addiction."<ref name="aboutpostgrunge" /> Adam Steininger criticized post-grunge bands' "diluted ditties filled with watered-down lyrics, all seemingly revolving around suffering through romance."<ref name="Steininger">{{cite web |url=http://www.westword.com/music/the-ten-shittiest-post-grunge-bands-5684793/2 |title=The ten shittiest post-grunge bands|last=Steininger |first=Adam |date=15 August 2013 |website=www.westword.com |publisher=Westword|access-date=5 March 2017 |quote=}}</ref> Criticizing many bands that have been described as post-grunge, Steininger criticized [[Candlebox]] for their "pop-filled" sound, focus on "love lyrics, and writing songs without "versatility and creativity; [[Three Days Grace]] for their "diluted" and "radio-friendly music"; [[3 Doors Down]] for focusing on "...snagging hit singles instead of creating quality albums"; [[Finger Eleven]] for going in a "pop rock" direction; Bush's "random phrasings of nonsense"; [[Live (band)|Live]]'s "pseudo pop poetry" that "strangled the essence of grunge", [[Puddle of Mudd]]'s "watered down post-grunge sound"; [[Lifehouse (band)|Lifehouse]], for tearing "...down ...grunge's sound and groundbreaking structure to appeal more to the masses"; and [[Nickelback]], which he calls the "featherweight...punching bags of post-grunge" whose music is "dull as dishwater".<ref name="Steininger"/>
   
 
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Freedom Party of New York (2010)

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The party held a founding convention February 13–14, 2011 in New York City, adopting a platform of "structural transformation of the political and economic system that included: An equitable redistribution of wealth, progressive taxation, free education from pre-k to post baccalaureate, jobs, reparations, housing, political prisoners, women's rights, support for youth and seniors, end to police brutality and deadly force, and clean and renewable energy."
 
The party held a founding convention February 13–14, 2011 in New York City, adopting a platform of "structural transformation of the political and economic system that included: An equitable redistribution of wealth, progressive taxation, free education from pre-k to post baccalaureate, jobs, reparations, housing, political prisoners, women's rights, support for youth and seniors, end to police brutality and deadly force, and clean and renewable energy."
   
Michael K. Greys was the party's nominee in the [[New York gubernatorial election, 2013|2013 New York City mayoral election]]. He finished in 11th place out of 15 candidates on the ballot with 690 votes. The party did not field a candidate in the 2014 gubernatorial election.
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Michael K. Greys was the party's nominee in the [[New York City mayoral election, 2013|2013 New York City mayoral election]]. He finished in 11th place out of 15 candidates on the ballot with 690 votes. The party did not field a candidate in the 2014 gubernatorial election.
   
 
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2017–18 Australian region cyclone season

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Austin Film Critics Association

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Actors

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*** 2008 – ''[[Rachel Getting Married]]''
 
*** 2008 – ''[[Rachel Getting Married]]''
 
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* '''[[Ellen Page]]'''
 
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** Best Actress

User:Barbiegirlyforever21

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User account Barbiegirlyforever21 was created

List of Sonic Boom episodes

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|Aux2=Jeremy Corbeaux & Lola Etrivert
 
|Aux2=Jeremy Corbeaux & Lola Etrivert
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|Viewers=0.17<ref>http://www.showbuzzdaily.com/articles/showbuzzdailys-top-150-saturday-cable-originals-network-finals-11-11-2017.html</ref>
 
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User:Electionworld/sandbox/Colonialism

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|data-sort-value="Ghana 1707"|[[Ghana]]||data-sort-value="British Gold Coast 1707"|[[British Gold Coast]]<br>- ''British Gold Coast''||1707: The English Gold Coast becomes the British Gold Coast<br>1750: The same year the [[Company of Merchants Trading to Africa]] takes over the administration of the British Gold Coast.<br>1782-1785: Great Britain occupies both the Dutch [[#Coast of Guinea|Coast of Guinea]] as the [[#Danish Gold Coast|Danish Gold Coast]].
 
|data-sort-value="Ghana 1707"|[[Ghana]]||data-sort-value="British Gold Coast 1707"|[[British Gold Coast]]<br>- ''British Gold Coast''||1707: The English Gold Coast becomes the British Gold Coast<br>1750: The same year the [[Company of Merchants Trading to Africa]] takes over the administration of the British Gold Coast.<br>1782-1785: Great Britain occupies both the Dutch [[#Coast of Guinea|Coast of Guinea]] as the [[#Danish Gold Coast|Danish Gold Coast]].
 
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|data-sort-value="Ghana 1821"|[[Ghana]]||data-sort-value="Gold Coast 1631"|[[British Gold Coast|Gold Coast]]<br>- ''Gold Coast''<br>1821: The [[British Gold Coast]] becomes a crown colony. The same year it becomes the [[British Gold Coast|Gold Coast Territory]], together with the Gambia, as well as Sierra Leone and Nigeria governed as part of the [[#British West Africa|British West African Settlements]].<br>1828: The British Gold Coast becomes a colony under [[Company of Merchants Trading to Africa]] rule. <br>1843: The British Gold Coast becomes a crown colony, subordinate to [[#Sierra Leone|Sierra Leone]].<br>1850: The Danish Gold Coast Settlements sold to Britain. The same year British West Africa is dissolved. The British Gold Coast is renamed into the [[British Gold Coast|Colony of the Gold Coast]], including the former Danish Gold Coast settlements. <br>1866: British West Africa is restored.<br>1866: The British Gold Coast becomes the [[British Gold Coast||Gold Coast Territory]] as part of British West Africa.<br>1871/1872: The Dutch Gulf of Guinea settlements are sold to Great Britain and incorporated into Gold Coast.<br>1874: The territory becomes the Gold Coast colony, united with [[#Lagos|Lagos]].<br>1886: Lagos is separated from the Gold Coast.
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|data-sort-value="Ghana 1821"|[[Ghana]]||data-sort-value="Gold Coast 1631"|[[British Gold Coast|Gold Coast]]<br>- ''Gold Coast''||1821: The [[British Gold Coast]] becomes a crown colony. The same year it becomes the [[British Gold Coast|Gold Coast Territory]], together with the Gambia, as well as Sierra Leone and Nigeria governed as part of the [[#British West Africa|British West African Settlements]].<br>1828: The British Gold Coast becomes a colony under [[Company of Merchants Trading to Africa]] rule. <br>1843: The British Gold Coast becomes a crown colony, subordinate to [[#Sierra Leone|Sierra Leone]].<br>1850: The Danish Gold Coast Settlements sold to Britain. The same year British West Africa is dissolved. The British Gold Coast is renamed into the [[British Gold Coast|Colony of the Gold Coast]], including the former Danish Gold Coast settlements. <br>1866: British West Africa is restored.<br>1866: The British Gold Coast becomes the [[British Gold Coast||Gold Coast Territory]] as part of British West Africa.<br>1871/1872: The Dutch Gulf of Guinea settlements are sold to Great Britain and incorporated into Gold Coast.<br>1874: The territory becomes the Gold Coast colony, united with [[#Lagos|Lagos]].<br>1886: Lagos is separated from the Gold Coast.
<br>1888: British West Africa is demised.1901: The Gold Coast become a crown colony. The Northern Territories of the Gold Coast and the Ashanti are subordinated to the governors of the Gold Coast.<br>1951: The Gold Coast gets self-rule.<br>1957: The Gold Coast colony, Ashanti region, Northern territories and British Togoland become together independent as '''[[Ghana (dominion|Ghana]]''', an an independent [[Commonwealth realm]], retaining the British monarch as its head of state, until 1960.
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<br>1888: British West Africa is demised.1901: The Gold Coast become a crown colony. The Northern Territories of the Gold Coast and the Ashanti are subordinated to the governors of the Gold Coast.<br>1951: The Gold Coast gets self-rule.<br>1957: The Gold Coast colony, Ashanti region, Northern territories and British Togoland become together independent as '''[[Ghana (dominion)|Ghana]]''', an an independent [[Commonwealth realm]], retaining the British monarch as its head of state, until 1960.
 
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|data-sort-value="Ghana 1896"|[[Ghana]]||data-sort-value="Gold Coast 1896"|[[Ashanti Colony|Ashanti (Gold Coast)]]<br>- ''Ashanti''||1896: King [[Prempeh I|Prempeh]] of the Ashanti surrenders and the [[Ashanti Empire]] is incorporated into the British possessions. Ashanti becomes a British protectorate.<br>1902: Ashanti becomes the British [[Ashanti Colony]], subordinated to the governors of the Gold Coast.<br>1957: The Ashanti region joins the Gold Coast, the Northern territories and British Togoland in becoming independent as '''[[Ghana (dominion|Ghana]]''', an independent [[Commonwealth realm]], retaining the British monarch as its head of state, until 1960.
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|data-sort-value="Ghana 1896"|[[Ghana]]||data-sort-value="Gold Coast 1896"|[[Ashanti Colony|Ashanti (Gold Coast)]]<br>- ''Ashanti''||1896: King [[Prempeh I|Prempeh]] of the Ashanti surrenders and the [[Ashanti Empire]] is incorporated into the British possessions. Ashanti becomes a British protectorate.<br>1902: Ashanti becomes the British [[Ashanti Colony]], subordinated to the governors of the Gold Coast.<br>1957: The Ashanti region joins the Gold Coast, the Northern territories and British Togoland in becoming independent as '''[[Ghana (dominion)|Ghana]]''', an independent [[Commonwealth realm]], retaining the British monarch as its head of state, until 1960.
 
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|data-sort-value="Ghana 1897"|[[Ghana]]||data-sort-value="Northern Territories 1896"|[[Ghana|Northern Territories]]<br>- ''Northern Territories''||1897: The [[Ghana|Northern Territories Military Protectorate]] (areas north of Ashanti proper) are organized as a dependency of Gold Coast.<br>1957: The Northern Territories joins the Gold Coast, the Ashanti region and British Togoland in becoming independent as '''[[Ghana (dominion|Ghana]]''', an independent [[Commonwealth realm]], retaining the British monarch as its head of state, until 1960.
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|data-sort-value="Ghana 1897"|[[Ghana]]||data-sort-value="Northern Territories 1896"|[[Ghana|Northern Territories]]<br>- ''Northern Territories''||1897: The [[Ghana|Northern Territories Military Protectorate]] (areas north of Ashanti proper) are organized as a dependency of Gold Coast.<br>1957: The Northern Territories joins the Gold Coast, the Ashanti region and British Togoland in becoming independent as '''[[Ghana (dominion)|Ghana]]''', an independent [[Commonwealth realm]], retaining the British monarch as its head of state, until 1960.
 
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|data-sort-value="Ghana 1916"|[[Ghana]]||data-sort-value="Togo 1916"|[[British Togoland|Togo]]<br>- ''Togo''||1916: The British invade and conquer a part of [[#German Togoland|German Togoland]] and administer it as a part of the Gold Coast.
 
|data-sort-value="Ghana 1916"|[[Ghana]]||data-sort-value="Togo 1916"|[[British Togoland|Togo]]<br>- ''Togo''||1916: The British invade and conquer a part of [[#German Togoland|German Togoland]] and administer it as a part of the Gold Coast.
 
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|data-sort-value="Ghana 1922"|[[Ghana]]||data-sort-value="British Togoland 1922"|[[British Togoland|British Togoland]]<br>- ''British Togoland''||1922: Togoland becomes the [[British Togoland|Mandate Territory of Togoland]], administered as part of the Gold Coast.<br>1946: Togoland becomes the [[British Togoland|Trust Territory of Togoland]], administered as part of the Gold Coast.<br>1957: British Togoland joins the Gold Coast, the Ashanti region and the Northern territories in becoming independent as '''[[Ghana (dominion)|Ghana]]''', an an independent [[Commonwealth realm]], retaining the British monarch as its head of state, until 1960.
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==Munster==
 
==Munster==
In January 2017, Nash was added to Munster's squad for the [[2016–17 European Rugby Champions Cup]].<ref>{{cite news|url=http://munsterrugby.ie/2017/01/18/european-squad-update/|title=European Squad Update|date=18 January 2017|work=Munster Rugby|accessdate=3 February 2017}}</ref> On 3 February 2017, Nash made his competitive debut for Munster when he started against [[Edinburgh Rugby|Edinburgh]] in a [[2016–17 Pro12]] fixture.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://munsterrugby.ie/report/munster-grind-out-win-in-edinburgh-2/|title=Munster Grind Out Win In Edinburgh|date=3 February 2017|work=Munster Rugby|accessdate=4 February 2017}}</ref> He scored his first try for Munster on 26 November 2017, coming off the bench against [[Zebre]] in round 9 of the [[2017–18 Pro14]] and helping the province to a 36–19 away victory.<ref>{{cite news|url=https://munsterrugby.ie/report/bonus-point-win-munster-zebre/|title=Bonus-Point Win For Munster In Zebre|date=26 November 2017|work=Munster Rugby|accessdate=26 November 2017}}</ref>
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In January 2017, Nash was added to Munster's squad for the [[2016–17 European Rugby Champions Cup]].<ref>{{cite news|url=http://munsterrugby.ie/2017/01/18/european-squad-update/|title=European Squad Update|date=18 January 2017|work=Munster Rugby|accessdate=3 February 2017}}</ref> On 3 February 2017, Nash made his competitive debut for Munster when he started against [[Edinburgh Rugby|Edinburgh]] in a [[2016–17 Pro12]] fixture.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://munsterrugby.ie/report/munster-grind-out-win-in-edinburgh-2/|title=Munster Grind Out Win In Edinburgh|date=3 February 2017|work=Munster Rugby|accessdate=4 February 2017}}</ref> He scored his first try for Munster on 26 November 2017, coming off the bench against [[Zebre]] in round 9 of the [[2017–18 Pro14]] and helping the province to a 36–19 away victory.<ref>{{cite news|url=https://munsterrugby.ie/report/bonus-point-win-munster-zebre/|title=Bonus-Point Win For Munster In Zebre|date=26 November 2017|work=Munster Rugby|accessdate=26 November 2017}}</ref> He signed a one-year development contract with Munster in January 2018, which will see him join the senior squad for the 2018–19 season.<ref>{{cite news|url=https://munsterrugby.ie/2018/01/10/contract-signings/|title=Contract Signings|date=10 January 2018|work=Munster Rugby|accessdate=11 January 2018}}</ref>
   
 
==Ireland==
 
==Ireland==

Dua Lipa

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On 18 February 2016, Lipa released her third single "Last Dance", followed by "[[Hotter than Hell (Dua Lipa song)|Hotter than Hell]]" on 6 May. "Hotter than Hell" became a hit worldwide, especially in the UK, where it peaked at number 15.<ref name="UK">{{cite web|url=http://www.officialcharts.com/artist/48638/dua-lipa/|title=Dua Lipa|publisher=[[Official Charts Company]]|accessdate=14 May 2016}}</ref> On 26 August, her fifth overall single "[[Blow Your Mind (Mwah)]]" was released. It became the singer's first entry on the US [[Billboard Hot 100|''Billboard'' Hot 100]], debuting at number 72.<ref name="US">{{cite web|url={{BillboardURLbyName|artist=Dua Lipa|chart=Hot 100}}|title=Dua Lipa – Chart history: Hot 100|work=[[Billboard (magazine)|Billboard]]|accessdate=26 October 2016}}</ref> "Blow Your Mind (Mwah)" also topped the ''Billboard'' [[Dance Club Songs]] chart<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.billboard.com/artist/6752366/Dua+Lipa/chart?f=359|title=Dua Lipa – Chart history {{!}} Billboard|website=Billboard|accessdate=5 January 2017}}</ref> and reached number 23 on the ''Billboard'' Mainstream Top 40 chart.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.billboard.com/artist/6752366/Dua+Lipa/chart?f=381|title=Dua Lipa – Chart history {{!}} Billboard|website=Billboard|accessdate=5 January 2017}}</ref> Elsewhere, the song enjoyed moderate success, reaching the top 20 in Belgium,<ref name="BEL" /> Hungary, New Zealand and Scotland. In the UK, the single peaked at number 30, making it the singer's second highest-charting single in British territory.<ref name="UK" /> In November 2016, [[Sean Paul]] released the single "[[No Lie (Sean Paul song)|No Lie]]" featuring Lipa.<ref name="NoLie">{{cite web|url=http://www.billboard.com/articles/news/dance/7648036/sean-paul-dua-lipa-no-lie-video|title=Watch Sean Paul Get Reflective With Dua Lipa in 'No Lie' Video: Exclusive|work=[[Billboard (magazine)|Billboard]]|accessdate=27 January 2017}}</ref> In December 2016, a documentary about Lipa was commissioned by ''[[The Fader]]'' magazine, called ''See in Blue''.<ref name="See in Blue">{{cite web|url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zxZPR4jxOM4|title=Dua Lipa – See in Blue (Documentary)|last=The Fader|date=20 December 2016|accessdate=5 January 2017}}</ref> In January 2017, Lipa released the single "[[Scared to Be Lonely]]" with [[Martin Garrix]].<ref name="Scared">{{cite web|url=http://www.billboard.com/articles/news/dance/7669858/martin-garrix-dua-lipa-scared-to-be-lonely|title=Martin Garrix and Dua Lipa Drop New 'Scared to Be Lonely' Video: Watch|work=Billboard|accessdate=27 January 2017}}</ref>
 
On 18 February 2016, Lipa released her third single "Last Dance", followed by "[[Hotter than Hell (Dua Lipa song)|Hotter than Hell]]" on 6 May. "Hotter than Hell" became a hit worldwide, especially in the UK, where it peaked at number 15.<ref name="UK">{{cite web|url=http://www.officialcharts.com/artist/48638/dua-lipa/|title=Dua Lipa|publisher=[[Official Charts Company]]|accessdate=14 May 2016}}</ref> On 26 August, her fifth overall single "[[Blow Your Mind (Mwah)]]" was released. It became the singer's first entry on the US [[Billboard Hot 100|''Billboard'' Hot 100]], debuting at number 72.<ref name="US">{{cite web|url={{BillboardURLbyName|artist=Dua Lipa|chart=Hot 100}}|title=Dua Lipa – Chart history: Hot 100|work=[[Billboard (magazine)|Billboard]]|accessdate=26 October 2016}}</ref> "Blow Your Mind (Mwah)" also topped the ''Billboard'' [[Dance Club Songs]] chart<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.billboard.com/artist/6752366/Dua+Lipa/chart?f=359|title=Dua Lipa – Chart history {{!}} Billboard|website=Billboard|accessdate=5 January 2017}}</ref> and reached number 23 on the ''Billboard'' Mainstream Top 40 chart.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.billboard.com/artist/6752366/Dua+Lipa/chart?f=381|title=Dua Lipa – Chart history {{!}} Billboard|website=Billboard|accessdate=5 January 2017}}</ref> Elsewhere, the song enjoyed moderate success, reaching the top 20 in Belgium,<ref name="BEL" /> Hungary, New Zealand and Scotland. In the UK, the single peaked at number 30, making it the singer's second highest-charting single in British territory.<ref name="UK" /> In November 2016, [[Sean Paul]] released the single "[[No Lie (Sean Paul song)|No Lie]]" featuring Lipa.<ref name="NoLie">{{cite web|url=http://www.billboard.com/articles/news/dance/7648036/sean-paul-dua-lipa-no-lie-video|title=Watch Sean Paul Get Reflective With Dua Lipa in 'No Lie' Video: Exclusive|work=[[Billboard (magazine)|Billboard]]|accessdate=27 January 2017}}</ref> In December 2016, a documentary about Lipa was commissioned by ''[[The Fader]]'' magazine, called ''See in Blue''.<ref name="See in Blue">{{cite web|url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zxZPR4jxOM4|title=Dua Lipa – See in Blue (Documentary)|last=The Fader|date=20 December 2016|accessdate=5 January 2017}}</ref> In January 2017, Lipa released the single "[[Scared to Be Lonely]]" with [[Martin Garrix]].<ref name="Scared">{{cite web|url=http://www.billboard.com/articles/news/dance/7669858/martin-garrix-dua-lipa-scared-to-be-lonely|title=Martin Garrix and Dua Lipa Drop New 'Scared to Be Lonely' Video: Watch|work=Billboard|accessdate=27 January 2017}}</ref>
   
Her [[Dua Lipa (album)|self-titled debut studio album]] was released on 2 June 2017.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.idolator.com/7643997/dua-lipa-debut-album-cover-art|title=Dua Lipa Reveals Cover Art For Self-Titled Album|last=Sonis|first=Rachel|date=24 August 2016|publisher=[[Idolator (website)|Idolator]]|accessdate=24 August 2016}}</ref> Its sixth single "[[New Rules (song)|New Rules]]", became Lipa's first number one in the UK.<ref name="UK" /> In doing so, it also became the first song in nearly two years by a female solo artist to reach the top in the UK since "[[Hello (Adele song)|Hello]]" by [[Adele]] in 2015.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.officialcharts.com/chart-news/dua-lipas-new-rules-becomes-the-first-solo-female-uk-number-1-single-since-adele-s-hello-this-means-a-lot-__19978/|title=Dua Lipa's New Rules becomes the first solo female UK Number 1 single since Adele's Hello: 'This means a lot'|last=Copsey|first=Rob|date=18 August 2017|publisher=Official Charts Company|accessdate=19 August 2017}}</ref> In December 2017, Lipa was named the most streamed woman of 2017 in the UK by [[Spotify]].<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.theguardian.com/music/2017/dec/05/how-dua-lipa-became-the-most-streamed-woman-of-2017-new-rules|title=How Dua Lipa became the most streamed woman of 2017|author=Laura Snapes|date=5 December 2017|publisher=''The Guardian''|accessdate=6 December 2017}}</ref> She had four singles reach [[List of UK top 10 singles in 2017|the UK top 10 in 2017]], with "[[Be the One (Dua Lipa song)|Be the One]]", "[[Bridge_over_Troubled_Water_(song)#Artists_for_Grenfell_Tower_charity_single|Bridge over Troubled Water]]" (a charity single arranged by [[Simon Cowell]] for the families of the victims of the [[Grenfell Tower fire]] in London), "New Rules" and "No Lie".<ref>{{cite web|url=http://metro.co.uk/2017/06/20/simon-cowells-grenfell-tower-charity-single-available-from-8am-on-june-21-6723130/|title=Simon Cowell's Grenfell Tower charity single available from 8am on June 21|first=Rebecca Lewis for|last=Metro.co.uk|date=20 June 2017|publisher=|accessdate=21 June 2017}}</ref> On 18 December 2017 it was announced that Lipa would perform at the [[2018 Brit Awards]] held on 21 February 2018 at [[the O2 Arena]] in London.<ref>{{cite news|title=BRITs 2018: Dua Lipa, Sam Smith, Ed Sheeran and Stormzy confirmed to perform|url=http://www.officialcharts.com/chart-news/brits-2018-dua-lipa-sam-smith-ed-sheeran-and-stormzy-confirmed-to-perform__21297/|agency=Official Charts Company|date=4 January 2018}}</ref>
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Her [[Dua Lipa (album)|self-titled debut studio album]] was released on 2 June 2017.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.idolator.com/7643997/dua-lipa-debut-album-cover-art|title=Dua Lipa Reveals Cover Art For Self-Titled Album|last=Sonis|first=Rachel|date=24 August 2016|publisher=[[Idolator (website)|Idolator]]|accessdate=24 August 2016}}</ref> Its sixth single "[[New Rules (song)|New Rules]]", became Lipa's first number one in the UK.<ref name="UK" /> In doing so, it also became the first song in nearly two years by a female solo artist to reach the top in the UK since "[[Hello (Adele song)|Hello]]" by [[Adele]] in 2015.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.officialcharts.com/chart-news/dua-lipas-new-rules-becomes-the-first-solo-female-uk-number-1-single-since-adele-s-hello-this-means-a-lot-__19978/|title=Dua Lipa's New Rules becomes the first solo female UK Number 1 single since Adele's Hello: 'This means a lot'|last=Copsey|first=Rob|date=18 August 2017|publisher=Official Charts Company|accessdate=19 August 2017}}</ref> In December 2017, Lipa was named the most streamed woman of 2017 in the UK by [[Spotify]].<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.theguardian.com/music/2017/dec/05/how-dua-lipa-became-the-most-streamed-woman-of-2017-new-rules|title=How Dua Lipa became the most streamed woman of 2017|author=Laura Snapes|date=5 December 2017|publisher=''The Guardian''|accessdate=6 December 2017}}</ref> She had four singles reach [[List of UK top 10 singles in 2017|the UK top 10 in 2017]], with "[[Be the One (Dua Lipa song)|Be the One]]", "[[Bridge_over_Troubled_Water_(song)#Artists_for_Grenfell_Tower_charity_single|Bridge over Troubled Water]]" (a charity single arranged by [[Simon Cowell]] for the families of the victims of the [[Grenfell Tower fire]] in London), "New Rules" and "No Lie".<ref>{{cite web|title=fficial Singles Chart Top 100|url=http://www.officialcharts.com/charts/singles-chart/20170623/7501/|publisher=Official Charts Company|accessdate=11 January 2018}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://metro.co.uk/2017/06/20/simon-cowells-grenfell-tower-charity-single-available-from-8am-on-june-21-6723130/|title=Simon Cowell's Grenfell Tower charity single available from 8am on June 21|first=Rebecca Lewis for|last=Metro.co.uk|date=20 June 2017|publisher=|accessdate=21 June 2017}}</ref> On 18 December 2017 it was announced that Lipa would perform at the [[2018 Brit Awards]] held on 21 February 2018 at [[the O2 Arena]] in London.<ref>{{cite news|title=BRITs 2018: Dua Lipa, Sam Smith, Ed Sheeran and Stormzy confirmed to perform|url=http://www.officialcharts.com/chart-news/brits-2018-dua-lipa-sam-smith-ed-sheeran-and-stormzy-confirmed-to-perform__21297/|agency=Official Charts Company|date=4 January 2018}}</ref>
   
 
== Filmography ==
 
== Filmography ==

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== Summary ==
 
== Summary ==
 
1964 edition copyright Fawcett World Library. Scanned in order to illustrate the article on the book.
 
1964 edition copyright Fawcett World Library. Scanned in order to illustrate the article on the book.

Michelle Williams (actress)

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==Career==
 
==Career==
   
===1996–2000: ''Dawson's Creek'', and transition to adult roles===
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===1996–2000: ''Dawson's Creek'' and transition to adult roles===
   
 
After relocating to Los Angeles, Williams lived by herself in an apartment in [[Burbank, California|Burbank]].<ref name="nyt02">{{cite web|last=Greenberg|first=James|url=http://www.nytimes.com/2002/06/23/movies/up-and-coming-growing-up-fast-on-screen-and-off.html|title=Up and Coming; Growing Up Fast, on Screen and Off|work=The New York Times|date=June 23, 2002|accessdate=January 10, 2018}}</ref><ref name="nylon">{{cite news|last=Hartman|first=Eviana|url=https://nylon.com/articles/michelle-williams-nylon-cover|title=Flashback Friday: My cover with Michelle|work=[[Nylon (magazine)|Nylon]]|date=June 13, 2014|accessdate=January 10, 2018}}</ref> Describing her initial experience in the city, she said, "There are some really disgusting people in the world, and I met some of them."<ref name="nyt02"/> To support herself, she took assignments in low-budget films and commercials.<ref name="nylon"/> She had minor roles in the television films ''My Son is Innocent'' (1996) and ''[[Killing Mr. Griffin (film)|Killing Mr. Griffin]]'' (1997), and featured alongside [[Michelle Pfeiffer]] and [[Jessica Lange]] in the drama film ''[[A Thousand Acres (film)|A Thousand Acres]]'' (1997).<ref>{{cite news|last=Everett|first=Todd|url=http://variety.com/1996/film/reviews/my-son-is-innocent-1200445913/|title=My Son is Innocent|work=Variety|date=May 6, 1996|accessdate=January 10, 2018}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.bfi.org.uk/films-tv-people/4ce2b7f988798|title=A Thousand Acres (1997)|publisher=[[British Film Institute]]|accessdate=May 4, 2016|deadurl=no|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20160808145502/http://www.bfi.org.uk/films-tv-people/4ce2b7f988798|archivedate=August 8, 2016|df=}}</ref><ref>{{cite book|title=Television Guide|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=V0PvAAAAMAAJ|year=1997|publisher=Triangle Publications}}</ref> Williams later described her early work as "embarrassing", adding that, "I didn't have any values and I didn't have any taste and I didn't have any ideals. So I just kind of floated around from paycheck to paycheck without knowing what I was doing or why".<ref name="nylon"/> At 17, unhappy with the roles she was being offered, Williams collaborated with two other actresses to write a script, entitled ''Blink'', about prostitutes living in a Nevada brothel, which despite selling to a production company was never made.<ref name="wonderland">{{cite news|url=http://www.wonderlandmagazine.com/features/michelle_ma_belle/ |title=Michelle Ma Belle |work=Wonderland |date=March 2008 |accessdate=July 8, 2011 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20110316183919/http://www.wonderlandmagazine.com/features/michelle_ma_belle/ |archivedate=March 16, 2011 |df=mdy }}</ref><ref name="paper">{{cite news|url=http://www.papermag.com/michelle-williams-naked-angel-1425143536.html|title=Michelle Williams, Naked Angel|work=[[Paper (magazine)|Paper]]|date=June 30, 1999|accessdate=January 10, 2018}}</ref>
 
After relocating to Los Angeles, Williams lived by herself in an apartment in [[Burbank, California|Burbank]].<ref name="nyt02">{{cite web|last=Greenberg|first=James|url=http://www.nytimes.com/2002/06/23/movies/up-and-coming-growing-up-fast-on-screen-and-off.html|title=Up and Coming; Growing Up Fast, on Screen and Off|work=The New York Times|date=June 23, 2002|accessdate=January 10, 2018}}</ref><ref name="nylon">{{cite news|last=Hartman|first=Eviana|url=https://nylon.com/articles/michelle-williams-nylon-cover|title=Flashback Friday: My cover with Michelle|work=[[Nylon (magazine)|Nylon]]|date=June 13, 2014|accessdate=January 10, 2018}}</ref> Describing her initial experience in the city, she said, "There are some really disgusting people in the world, and I met some of them."<ref name="nyt02"/> To support herself, she took assignments in low-budget films and commercials.<ref name="nylon"/> She had minor roles in the television films ''My Son is Innocent'' (1996) and ''[[Killing Mr. Griffin (film)|Killing Mr. Griffin]]'' (1997), and featured alongside [[Michelle Pfeiffer]] and [[Jessica Lange]] in the drama film ''[[A Thousand Acres (film)|A Thousand Acres]]'' (1997).<ref>{{cite news|last=Everett|first=Todd|url=http://variety.com/1996/film/reviews/my-son-is-innocent-1200445913/|title=My Son is Innocent|work=Variety|date=May 6, 1996|accessdate=January 10, 2018}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.bfi.org.uk/films-tv-people/4ce2b7f988798|title=A Thousand Acres (1997)|publisher=[[British Film Institute]]|accessdate=May 4, 2016|deadurl=no|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20160808145502/http://www.bfi.org.uk/films-tv-people/4ce2b7f988798|archivedate=August 8, 2016|df=}}</ref><ref>{{cite book|title=Television Guide|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=V0PvAAAAMAAJ|year=1997|publisher=Triangle Publications}}</ref> Williams later described her early work as "embarrassing", adding that, "I didn't have any values and I didn't have any taste and I didn't have any ideals. So I just kind of floated around from paycheck to paycheck without knowing what I was doing or why".<ref name="nylon"/> At 17, unhappy with the roles she was being offered, Williams collaborated with two other actresses to write a script, entitled ''Blink'', about prostitutes living in a Nevada brothel, which despite selling to a production company was never made.<ref name="wonderland">{{cite news|url=http://www.wonderlandmagazine.com/features/michelle_ma_belle/ |title=Michelle Ma Belle |work=Wonderland |date=March 2008 |accessdate=July 8, 2011 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20110316183919/http://www.wonderlandmagazine.com/features/michelle_ma_belle/ |archivedate=March 16, 2011 |df=mdy }}</ref><ref name="paper">{{cite news|url=http://www.papermag.com/michelle-williams-naked-angel-1425143536.html|title=Michelle Williams, Naked Angel|work=[[Paper (magazine)|Paper]]|date=June 30, 1999|accessdate=January 10, 2018}}</ref>

Pure Green

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==History==
Pure Green was founded by [[Ross Franklin]] with the opening of its first location in [[Manhattan]]'s [[Murray Hill]] in [[October]] 2014.<ref>https://www.wellandgood.com/good-advice/pure-green-new-york-juice-bar/</ref> By 2018 it had six locations in New York City.
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Pure Green was founded by [[Ross Franklin]] with the opening of its first location in [[Manhattan]]'s [[Murray Hill]] in October 2014.<ref>https://www.wellandgood.com/good-advice/pure-green-new-york-juice-bar/</ref> By 2018 it had six locations in New York City.
   
 
In 2017, Pure Green created a co-branding cold pressed juice with the [[Plaza Hotel]], partnered with [[Dr. Perricone]] in all Pure Green retail locations, and launched a wholesale division that has expanded nationally and internationally.
 
In 2017, Pure Green created a co-branding cold pressed juice with the [[Plaza Hotel]], partnered with [[Dr. Perricone]] in all Pure Green retail locations, and launched a wholesale division that has expanded nationally and internationally.

Bright (film)

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That night, Ward and Jakoby respond to a disturbance at what turns out to be a Shield of Light safehouse; inside are a number of corpses, and also the still-living torso of an elf woman embedded in a wall. They apprehend the lone unhurt survivor, a young elf named Tikka in possession of a wand. As Jakoby puts it, a wand is like "a nuclear weapon that grants wishes", and can only be commanded by a 'Bright' - a rare person. Everybody else who touches it dies.
 
That night, Ward and Jakoby respond to a disturbance at what turns out to be a Shield of Light safehouse; inside are a number of corpses, and also the still-living torso of an elf woman embedded in a wall. They apprehend the lone unhurt survivor, a young elf named Tikka in possession of a wand. As Jakoby puts it, a wand is like "a nuclear weapon that grants wishes", and can only be commanded by a 'Bright' - a rare person. Everybody else who touches it dies.
   
When four officers arrive as backup, they decide to stage the killing of the two officers and keep the wand for themselves. They coerce Ward into accepting to kill Jakoby, telling Ward he will be spared in return. Ward goes outside to Jakoby and holds him at gunpoint, asking him about the orc assailant. Jakoby admits to letting the suspect escape but only because he mistakenly cornered the wrong person and realized the responding officers would most likely execute any orc suspect, let's the wrong person go and fabricated a different report. Hearing the truth, Ward makes a decision and turns around to gun all of the corrupt officers down. The incident, however, attracts the attention of the local human gang, Altamira, and the two flee under fire with Tikka and the wand. Inferni member and owner of the wand, Leilah, arrives at the safehouse missing them.
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When four officers arrive as backup, they decide to stage the killing of the two officers and keep the wand for themselves. They coerce Ward into accepting to kill Jakoby, telling Ward he will be spared in return. Ward goes outside to Jakoby and holds him at gunpoint, asking him about the orc that shot him. Jakoby admits to letting the suspect escape but only because he mistakenly cornered the wrong person and realized the responding officers would most likely execute any orc suspect, let's the wrong person go and fabricated a different report. Hearing the truth, Ward makes a decision and turns around to gun all of the corrupt officers down. The incident, however, attracts the attention of the local human gang, Altamira, and the two flee under fire with Tikka and the wand. Inferni member and owner of the wand, Leilah, arrives at the safehouse missing them.
   
 
After a pursuit the trio flee through the territory of the Fogteeth Orc clan, causing a violent confrontation between the gang and the clan. Finally cornered in a strip club the gang's leader, Poison, threatens to burn the building down unless the officers give up the wand, but the Inferni appear and the ensuing fight gives the trio the opportunity to escape again. Going to ground in a service station, Ward contacts his friend Rodriguez, an LA Sheriff's Deputy, who he hopes will be unlikely to want to kill them. Rodriguez contacts Kandomere, an elf working for the federal 'Magic Task Force'. Kandomere tells Ward that he will be safe from prosecution for killing police officers if they can keep the wand out of wrong hands. As Rodriguez prepares to bring them in, he is killed by Leilah's minions, forcing the trio to flee again.
 
After a pursuit the trio flee through the territory of the Fogteeth Orc clan, causing a violent confrontation between the gang and the clan. Finally cornered in a strip club the gang's leader, Poison, threatens to burn the building down unless the officers give up the wand, but the Inferni appear and the ensuing fight gives the trio the opportunity to escape again. Going to ground in a service station, Ward contacts his friend Rodriguez, an LA Sheriff's Deputy, who he hopes will be unlikely to want to kill them. Rodriguez contacts Kandomere, an elf working for the federal 'Magic Task Force'. Kandomere tells Ward that he will be safe from prosecution for killing police officers if they can keep the wand out of wrong hands. As Rodriguez prepares to bring them in, he is killed by Leilah's minions, forcing the trio to flee again.

Graham (Myanmar)

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===Living abroad===
Together with his wife and two daughters, Graham moved to [[Perth]], Australia in 2008. In an interview with Myanmar People Magazine, he said that the main reason for moving to Australia was for the education of his two daughters.<ref>{{cite web|title=Myanmar Celebrity Family: Graham's Family|url=http://www.shwedarling.com/blog/2010/07/19/myanmar-celebrity-family-grahams-family/|work=Shwedarling|publisher=Shwedarling|accessdate=29 December 2013}}</ref> While in Australia, he attended [[Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts]] (WAAPA) at [[Edith Cowan University]] (ECU). Graham, with his wife and their younger daughter returned to Myanmar in 2012.
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Together with his wife and two daughters, Graham moved to [[Perth]], Australia. In an interview with Myanmar People Magazine, he said that the main reason for moving to Australia was for the education of his two daughters.<ref>{{cite web|title=Myanmar Celebrity Family: Graham's Family|url=http://www.shwedarling.com/blog/2010/07/19/myanmar-celebrity-family-grahams-family/|work=Shwedarling|publisher=Shwedarling|accessdate=29 December 2013}}</ref> While in Australia, he attended [[Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts]] (WAAPA) at [[Edith Cowan University]] (ECU). Graham, with his wife and their younger daughter returned to Myanmar in 2012.
   
 
===Return to Myanmar===
 
===Return to Myanmar===

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User account Tamaz lomidze was created

Coca-Cola formula

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During the 1980s, most U.S. Coca-Cola bottlers switched their primary sweetening ingredient from cane sugar (sucrose) to the cheaper high-fructose corn syrup. The only U.S. bottler still using sucrose year-round is the Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Cleveland, which serves northern Ohio and a portion of Pennsylvania.<ref name=cr/> Many bottlers outside the U.S. also continue to use sucrose as the primary sweetener. Twelve-ounce glass bottles of sucrose-sweetened Coca-Cola imported from Mexico are available in many U.S. markets for those consumers who prefer the sucrose version (see "Mexican Coke", below).<ref name=huff>{{cite web| url=http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/03/07/coca-cola-taste-test_n_1324282.html| author= |title=Coca-Cola Taste Test: High Fructose Corn Syrup vs. Sugar |publisher=Huffpost| date=2013-04-15| accessdate=2013-05-14}}</ref>
 
During the 1980s, most U.S. Coca-Cola bottlers switched their primary sweetening ingredient from cane sugar (sucrose) to the cheaper high-fructose corn syrup. The only U.S. bottler still using sucrose year-round is the Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Cleveland, which serves northern Ohio and a portion of Pennsylvania.<ref name=cr/> Many bottlers outside the U.S. also continue to use sucrose as the primary sweetener. Twelve-ounce glass bottles of sucrose-sweetened Coca-Cola imported from Mexico are available in many U.S. markets for those consumers who prefer the sucrose version (see "Mexican Coke", below).<ref name=huff>{{cite web| url=http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/03/07/coca-cola-taste-test_n_1324282.html| author= |title=Coca-Cola Taste Test: High Fructose Corn Syrup vs. Sugar |publisher=Huffpost| date=2013-04-15| accessdate=2013-05-14}}</ref>
   
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=== Passover ===
 
Coca-Cola was certified Kosher in 1935 by Rabbi [[Tobias Geffen]] after [[beef]] [[tallow]]-derived [[glycerin]] was replaced with vegetable glycerin. However, the high-fructose corn syrup used by most U.S. bottlers since the 1980s renders it [[kitniyot]] by the definitions of Jewish kosher law, and therefore forbidden to Orthodox [[Ashkenazi Jews]] in the Diaspora during Passover. Each year, in the weeks leading up to Passover, United States bottlers in markets with substantial Jewish populations switch to sucrose sweetener in order to obtain [[Kosher for Passover]] certification.<ref name=jfna>{{cite web |url=http://www.jewishfederations.org/page.aspx?id=80335 |title=Beyond Seltzer Water: The Kashering of Coca-Cola |last=Feldberg |first=Michael |work=jewishfederations.org |publisher=The Jewish Federations of North America, Inc |accessdate=2012-10-24}}</ref>
 
Coca-Cola was certified Kosher in 1935 by Rabbi [[Tobias Geffen]] after [[beef]] [[tallow]]-derived [[glycerin]] was replaced with vegetable glycerin. However, the high-fructose corn syrup used by most U.S. bottlers since the 1980s renders it [[kitniyot]] by the definitions of Jewish kosher law, and therefore forbidden to Orthodox [[Ashkenazi Jews]] in the Diaspora during Passover. Each year, in the weeks leading up to Passover, United States bottlers in markets with substantial Jewish populations switch to sucrose sweetener in order to obtain [[Kosher for Passover]] certification.<ref name=jfna>{{cite web |url=http://www.jewishfederations.org/page.aspx?id=80335 |title=Beyond Seltzer Water: The Kashering of Coca-Cola |last=Feldberg |first=Michael |work=jewishfederations.org |publisher=The Jewish Federations of North America, Inc |accessdate=2012-10-24}}</ref>
   
 
=== "New Coke" ===
 
=== "New Coke" ===
 
{{Main|New Coke}}
 
{{Main|New Coke}}
Taste the feeling!!!!! I love that song. M m mmmm. It is amazing, love to coca cola. In April 1985, in response to marketing research suggesting that a majority of North American consumers preferred the taste of rival [[Pepsi Cola|Pepsi-Cola]] to Coca-Cola, the company introduced a sweeter, less effervescent version of Coca-Cola in the U.S. and Canada. Although the new formulation had beaten both Pepsi-Cola and the old Coke formula in multiple blind taste tests, consumer response was overwhelmingly negative. The company quickly reintroduced the original beverage, rebranded as "Coca-Cola Classic", while continuing to market the new version as "New Coke".<ref name = "MR">[https://archive.ama.org/archive/ResourceLibrary/MarketingResearch/documents/9602193014.pdf The Real Lesson of New Coke]. ''Marketing Research'', December, 1992. Retrieved June 21, 2017.</ref>
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In April 1985, in response to marketing research suggesting that a majority of North American consumers preferred the taste of rival [[Pepsi Cola|Pepsi-Cola]] to Coca-Cola, the company introduced a sweeter, less effervescent version of Coca-Cola in the U.S. and Canada. Although the new formulation had beaten both Pepsi-Cola and the old Coke formula in multiple blind taste tests, consumer response was overwhelmingly negative. The company quickly reintroduced the original beverage, rebranded as "Coca-Cola Classic", while continuing to market the new version as "New Coke".<ref name = "MR">[https://archive.ama.org/archive/ResourceLibrary/MarketingResearch/documents/9602193014.pdf The Real Lesson of New Coke]. ''Marketing Research'', December, 1992. Retrieved June 21, 2017.</ref>
   
 
New Coke remained on the market, in North America only, for 17 years—the last 10 as "Coke II"—until it was quietly discontinued in 2002.<ref name = "MR"/> The "Classic" designation remained on the original product's label, its font size gradually decreasing over the years, until it was removed entirely in 2009.<ref name=delclass>{{cite news |url=https://www.nytimes.com/2009/01/31/business/media/31coke.html?_r=0 |newspaper=New York Times |title=Coca-Cola deleting "Classic" from Coke label |last=Clifford |first=Stephanie |date=January 30, 2009 |accessdate=June 10, 2015}}</ref>
 
New Coke remained on the market, in North America only, for 17 years—the last 10 as "Coke II"—until it was quietly discontinued in 2002.<ref name = "MR"/> The "Classic" designation remained on the original product's label, its font size gradually decreasing over the years, until it was removed entirely in 2009.<ref name=delclass>{{cite news |url=https://www.nytimes.com/2009/01/31/business/media/31coke.html?_r=0 |newspaper=New York Times |title=Coca-Cola deleting "Classic" from Coke label |last=Clifford |first=Stephanie |date=January 30, 2009 |accessdate=June 10, 2015}}</ref>
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=== Mexican Coke ===
 
=== Mexican Coke ===
 
{{Main|Mexican Coke}}
 
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In the early 2000s, sweetheart i love ass cane sugar-sweetened Coca-Cola produced in Mexico began to appear in bodegas and Hispanic supermarkets in the Southwest; in 2005, [[Costco]] began offering it. All were obtaining the Mexican product—which was not labeled in accordance with U.S. food labeling laws—outside the official Coca-Cola distribution network.<ref name=cr>{{cite web |url=http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/magazine-archive/june-2009/food/coke-vs-coke/overview/coke-vs-coke-ov.htm?loginMethod=auto&copyrightYear=2012 |title=Coke vs. Coke: A tale of 2 sweeteners |date=June 2009 |publisher=Consumers Union |work=consumerreports.org}}</ref> In 2009, the Coca-Cola Company began officially importing Coca-Cola produced in Mexico, with proper labeling, for distribution through official channels.<ref name=nyt>{{cite news |url=https://www.nytimes.com/2009/10/11/magazine/11fob-consumed-t.html?_r=1 |title=Cult Classic |last=Walker |first=Rob |work=nytimes.com |publisher=The New York Times Company |date=2009-10-08}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|author=|url=http://consumerist.com/2010/10/coca-cola-we-dont-need-to-make-a-cane-sugar-version-because-you-already-have-mexican-coke.html |title=Coca Cola: We Don't Need To Make A Cane Sugar Version Because You Already Have Mexican Coke – Consumerist |publisher=Consumerist.com |date=2010-10-07 |accessdate=2013-03-26}}</ref>
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In the early 2000s, cane sugar-sweetened Coca-Cola produced in Mexico began to appear in bodegas and Hispanic supermarkets in the Southwest; in 2005, [[Costco]] began offering it. All were obtaining the Mexican product—which was not labeled in accordance with U.S. food labeling laws—outside the official Coca-Cola distribution network.<ref name=cr>{{cite web |url=http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/magazine-archive/june-2009/food/coke-vs-coke/overview/coke-vs-coke-ov.htm?loginMethod=auto&copyrightYear=2012 |title=Coke vs. Coke: A tale of 2 sweeteners |date=June 2009 |publisher=Consumers Union |work=consumerreports.org}}</ref> In 2009, the Coca-Cola Company began officially importing Coca-Cola produced in Mexico, with proper labeling, for distribution through official channels.<ref name=nyt>{{cite news |url=https://www.nytimes.com/2009/10/11/magazine/11fob-consumed-t.html?_r=1 |title=Cult Classic |last=Walker |first=Rob |work=nytimes.com |publisher=The New York Times Company |date=2009-10-08}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|author=|url=http://consumerist.com/2010/10/coca-cola-we-dont-need-to-make-a-cane-sugar-version-because-you-already-have-mexican-coke.html |title=Coca Cola: We Don't Need To Make A Cane Sugar Version Because You Already Have Mexican Coke – Consumerist |publisher=Consumerist.com |date=2010-10-07 |accessdate=2013-03-26}}</ref>
   
 
==Purported secret recipes==
 
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* [[Open source cola]]
 
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* [[OpenCola (drink)|OpenCola]]
 
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Shripad Narayan Pendse

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His novel ''Rathachakra'' (The Chariot-Wheel) received a [[Sahitya Akademi Award]] in 1963.
 
His novel ''Rathachakra'' (The Chariot-Wheel) received a [[Sahitya Akademi Award]] in 1963.
   
His novel ''Garambacha Bapu'' was translated in 1969 into English with the title ''Wild Bapu of Garambi'' as a part of the [[UNESCO Collection of Representative Works]], which had been organized with [[Sahitya Akademi]] collaboration.
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His novel ''Garambicha Bapu'' was translated in 1969 into English with the title ''Wild Bapu of Garambi'' as a part of the [[UNESCO Collection of Representative Works]], which had been organized with [[Sahitya Akademi]] collaboration.
   
 
''Haddapar'' (The Outcast) and ''Tumbadche Khot'' (The Khots of Tumbad) are Pendse's other two popular novels.
 
''Haddapar'' (The Outcast) and ''Tumbadche Khot'' (The Khots of Tumbad) are Pendse's other two popular novels.

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Talk:UN Watch

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== [[Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Hillel Neuer]] ==
 
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There is an ongoing deletion discussion about the article of the UN Watch's executive director, whose page redirected to this article for a while. [[User:Yambaram|Yambaram]] ([[User talk:Yambaram|talk]]) 07:58, 11 January 2018 (UTC)

User:ABULKALAMMOLLA

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Redford Union High School

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Michelle Williams (actress)

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After relocating to Los Angeles, Williams lived by herself in an apartment in [[Burbank, California|Burbank]].<ref name="nyt02">{{cite web|last=Greenberg|first=James|url=http://www.nytimes.com/2002/06/23/movies/up-and-coming-growing-up-fast-on-screen-and-off.html|title=Up and Coming; Growing Up Fast, on Screen and Off|work=The New York Times|date=June 23, 2002|accessdate=January 10, 2018}}</ref><ref name="nylon">{{cite news|last=Hartman|first=Eviana|url=https://nylon.com/articles/michelle-williams-nylon-cover|title=Flashback Friday: My cover with Michelle|work=[[Nylon (magazine)|Nylon]]|date=June 13, 2014|accessdate=January 10, 2018}}</ref> Describing her initial experience in the city, she said, "There are some really disgusting people in the world, and I met some of them."<ref name="nyt02"/> To support herself, she took assignments in low-budget films and commercials.<ref name="nylon"/> She had minor roles in the television films ''My Son is Innocent'' (1996) and ''[[Killing Mr. Griffin (film)|Killing Mr. Griffin]]'' (1997), and featured alongside [[Michelle Pfeiffer]] and [[Jessica Lange]] in the drama film ''[[A Thousand Acres (film)|A Thousand Acres]]'' (1997).<ref>{{cite news|last=Everett|first=Todd|url=http://variety.com/1996/film/reviews/my-son-is-innocent-1200445913/|title=My Son is Innocent|work=Variety|date=May 6, 1996|accessdate=January 10, 2018}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.bfi.org.uk/films-tv-people/4ce2b7f988798|title=A Thousand Acres (1997)|publisher=[[British Film Institute]]|accessdate=May 4, 2016|deadurl=no|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20160808145502/http://www.bfi.org.uk/films-tv-people/4ce2b7f988798|archivedate=August 8, 2016|df=}}</ref><ref>{{cite book|title=Television Guide|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=V0PvAAAAMAAJ|year=1997|publisher=Triangle Publications}}</ref> Williams later described her early work as "embarrassing", adding that, "I didn't have any values and I didn't have any taste and I didn't have any ideals. So I just kind of floated around from paycheck to paycheck without knowing what I was doing or why".<ref name="nylon"/> At 17, unhappy with the roles she was being offered, Williams collaborated with two other actresses to write a script, entitled ''Blink'', about prostitutes living in a Nevada brothel, which despite selling to a production company was never made.<ref name="wonderland">{{cite news|url=http://www.wonderlandmagazine.com/features/michelle_ma_belle/ |title=Michelle Ma Belle |work=Wonderland |date=March 2008 |accessdate=July 8, 2011 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20110316183919/http://www.wonderlandmagazine.com/features/michelle_ma_belle/ |archivedate=March 16, 2011 |df=mdy }}</ref><ref name="paper">{{cite news|url=http://www.papermag.com/michelle-williams-naked-angel-1425143536.html|title=Michelle Williams, Naked Angel|work=[[Paper (magazine)|Paper]]|date=June 30, 1999|accessdate=January 10, 2018}}</ref>
 
After relocating to Los Angeles, Williams lived by herself in an apartment in [[Burbank, California|Burbank]].<ref name="nyt02">{{cite web|last=Greenberg|first=James|url=http://www.nytimes.com/2002/06/23/movies/up-and-coming-growing-up-fast-on-screen-and-off.html|title=Up and Coming; Growing Up Fast, on Screen and Off|work=The New York Times|date=June 23, 2002|accessdate=January 10, 2018}}</ref><ref name="nylon">{{cite news|last=Hartman|first=Eviana|url=https://nylon.com/articles/michelle-williams-nylon-cover|title=Flashback Friday: My cover with Michelle|work=[[Nylon (magazine)|Nylon]]|date=June 13, 2014|accessdate=January 10, 2018}}</ref> Describing her initial experience in the city, she said, "There are some really disgusting people in the world, and I met some of them."<ref name="nyt02"/> To support herself, she took assignments in low-budget films and commercials.<ref name="nylon"/> She had minor roles in the television films ''My Son is Innocent'' (1996) and ''[[Killing Mr. Griffin (film)|Killing Mr. Griffin]]'' (1997), and featured alongside [[Michelle Pfeiffer]] and [[Jessica Lange]] in the drama film ''[[A Thousand Acres (film)|A Thousand Acres]]'' (1997).<ref>{{cite news|last=Everett|first=Todd|url=http://variety.com/1996/film/reviews/my-son-is-innocent-1200445913/|title=My Son is Innocent|work=Variety|date=May 6, 1996|accessdate=January 10, 2018}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.bfi.org.uk/films-tv-people/4ce2b7f988798|title=A Thousand Acres (1997)|publisher=[[British Film Institute]]|accessdate=May 4, 2016|deadurl=no|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20160808145502/http://www.bfi.org.uk/films-tv-people/4ce2b7f988798|archivedate=August 8, 2016|df=}}</ref><ref>{{cite book|title=Television Guide|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=V0PvAAAAMAAJ|year=1997|publisher=Triangle Publications}}</ref> Williams later described her early work as "embarrassing", adding that, "I didn't have any values and I didn't have any taste and I didn't have any ideals. So I just kind of floated around from paycheck to paycheck without knowing what I was doing or why".<ref name="nylon"/> At 17, unhappy with the roles she was being offered, Williams collaborated with two other actresses to write a script, entitled ''Blink'', about prostitutes living in a Nevada brothel, which despite selling to a production company was never made.<ref name="wonderland">{{cite news|url=http://www.wonderlandmagazine.com/features/michelle_ma_belle/ |title=Michelle Ma Belle |work=Wonderland |date=March 2008 |accessdate=July 8, 2011 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20110316183919/http://www.wonderlandmagazine.com/features/michelle_ma_belle/ |archivedate=March 16, 2011 |df=mdy }}</ref><ref name="paper">{{cite news|url=http://www.papermag.com/michelle-williams-naked-angel-1425143536.html|title=Michelle Williams, Naked Angel|work=[[Paper (magazine)|Paper]]|date=June 30, 1999|accessdate=January 10, 2018}}</ref>

Kevin Durant

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After the NBA Finals, Durant declined his $27.7 million player option for the 2017–18 season and became an unrestricted free agent with the intention of re-signing with the Warriors for less money, helping the franchise create enough salary cap space to keep their core roster intact and add free agents.<ref>{{cite web|last=Nathan|first=Alec|url=http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2705181-kevin-durant-reportedly-declines-warriors-contract-option-expected-to-re-sign|title=Kevin Durant Reportedly Declines Warriors Contract Option, Expected to Re-Sign|work=BleacherReport.com|date=June 30, 2017|accessdate=July 21, 2017}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|last=Winfield|first=Kristian|url=https://www.sbnation.com/2017/7/3/15917520/kevin-durant-re-signs-warriors-pay-cut-two-years-53-million|title=Kevin Durant will take nearly $7 million pay cut to keep the Warriors together|work=SBNation.com|date=July 3, 2017|accessdate=July 21, 2017}}</ref> On July 25, 2017, he re-signed with the Warriors.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.nba.com/warriors/news/six-players-re-signing-20170725|title=Warriors Re-Sign Curry, Durant, Iguodala, Livingston, Pachulia and West to Contracts|work=NBA.com|date=July 25, 2017|accessdate=July 25, 2017}}</ref> On December 6, 2017, he had 35 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists in a 101–87 win over the [[Charlotte Hornets]]. It was his first triple-double of the season and his second since joining the Warriors.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.espn.com/nba/recap?gameId=400975109|title=Durant's triple-double lifts Warriors over Hornets 101-87|work=ESPN.com|date=December 6, 2017|accessdate=December 6, 2017}}</ref> On January 10, 2018, he scored 40 points in a 125–106 loss to the [[Los Angeles Clippers]], becoming the 44th player in NBA history to score 20,000 career points. He returned from a three-game absence due to a strained right calf and scored 25 points in the first half against the Clippers.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.espn.com/nba/recap?gameId=400975359|title=Lou Williams scores career-high 50, Clippers beat Warriors|work=ESPN.com|date=January 10, 2018|accessdate=January 10, 2018}}</ref>
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After the NBA Finals, Durant declined his $27.7 million player option for the 2017–18 season and became an unrestricted free agent with the intention of re-signing with the Warriors for less money, helping the franchise create enough salary cap space to keep their core roster intact and add free agents.<ref>{{cite web|last=Nathan|first=Alec|url=http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2705181-kevin-durant-reportedly-declines-warriors-contract-option-expected-to-re-sign|title=Kevin Durant Reportedly Declines Warriors Contract Option, Expected to Re-Sign|work=BleacherReport.com|date=June 30, 2017|accessdate=July 21, 2017}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|last=Winfield|first=Kristian|url=https://www.sbnation.com/2017/7/3/15917520/kevin-durant-re-signs-warriors-pay-cut-two-years-53-million|title=Kevin Durant will take nearly $7 million pay cut to keep the Warriors together|work=SBNation.com|date=July 3, 2017|accessdate=July 21, 2017}}</ref> On July 25, 2017, he re-signed with the Warriors.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.nba.com/warriors/news/six-players-re-signing-20170725|title=Warriors Re-Sign Curry, Durant, Iguodala, Livingston, Pachulia and West to Contracts|work=NBA.com|date=July 25, 2017|accessdate=July 25, 2017}}</ref> On December 6, 2017, he had 35 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists in a 101–87 win over the [[Charlotte Hornets]]. It was his first triple-double of the season and his second since joining the Warriors.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.espn.com/nba/recap?gameId=400975109|title=Durant's triple-double lifts Warriors over Hornets 101-87|work=ESPN.com|date=December 6, 2017|accessdate=December 6, 2017}}</ref> On January 10, 2018, he scored 40 points in a 125–106 loss to the [[Los Angeles Clippers]], becoming the 44th player in NBA history to score 20,000 career points. He returned from a three-game absence due to a strained right calf and scored 25 points in the first half against the Clippers. At 29 years old, he became the second-youngest player behind [[LeBron James]] and first to reach the 20,000 mark as a member of the Warriors.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.espn.com/nba/recap?gameId=400975359|title=Lou Williams scores career-high 50, Clippers beat Warriors|work=ESPN.com|date=January 10, 2018|accessdate=January 10, 2018}}</ref>
   
 
== National team career ==
 
== National team career ==

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1971 edition copyright Fawcett World Library. Scanned in order to illustrate the article on the book.
 
1971 edition copyright Fawcett World Library. Scanned in order to illustrate the article on the book.

2018 OFC Champions League knockout stage

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==Stops==
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[[Kolkata Railway Station]], [[Naihati railway station]], [[Ranaghat railway station]], [[Krishnanagar City Junction Railway Station]], [[Bethuadahari Railway Station]], [[Palashi Railway Station]], [[Beldanga railway station]], [[Berhampore Court railway station]], [[Murshidabad Railway Station]], [[Jiaganj Railway Station]], [[Lalgola railway station]].
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==Timings==
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* 13117 Dhanodhanya express leaves Kolkata Railway station at 4:10PM afternoon on Tuesday,Thursday,Friday and Sunday and reaches Lalgola same day at 8:45PM same day.Reaches Jiaganj at 8:01PM,Murshidabad station at 7:53PM, Berhampore Court Station at 7:40PM,Plassey at 7:00PM, Bethuadahari at 6:41PM, Krishnanagar at 6.18PM,Ranaghat at 5:45PM,Naihati at 4:56PM,
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* 13118 Dhanodhanya express departs Lalgola at 6:40AM in morning on Monday,Wednesday,Friday and Saturday via Jiaganj(7:00AM),Murshidabad(at 7:10AM),Behampore Court(at 7.26AM),Plassey(8:06AM),Krishnanagar(9:16AM),Ranaghat(9:51AM),Naihati(10:30AM) and reaches Kolkata station at 11:20AM same day.
   
 
== Notes ==
 
== Notes ==

2017–18 FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup

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Moguls

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Deaths in March 2008

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*[[Gadzhi Abashilov]], 58, Russian journalist, chief of [[VGTRK]] TV company in [[Dagestan]], shot.<ref>[http://www.itar-tass.com/eng/level2.html?NewsID=12503455&PageNum=0]{{dead link|date=October 2017 |bot=InternetArchiveBot |fix-attempted=yes }}</ref>
 
*[[Gadzhi Abashilov]], 58, Russian journalist, chief of [[VGTRK]] TV company in [[Dagestan]], shot.<ref>[http://www.itar-tass.com/eng/level2.html?NewsID=12503455&PageNum=0]{{dead link|date=October 2017 |bot=InternetArchiveBot |fix-attempted=yes }}</ref>
*[[Henri Blaffart]], 42, Belgian wildlife conservationist for [[Conservation International]] in New Caledonia, drowned.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.conservation.org/newsroom/pressreleases/Pages/ci-mourns-henri-blaffart.aspx|title=CI Mourns Death of Conservationist Henri Blaffart in New Caledonia - Conservation International|publisher=conservation.org}}</ref>
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*[[Henri Blaffart]], 42, Belgian wildlife conservationist for [[Conservation International]] in New Caledonia, drowned.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.conservation.org/newsroom/pressreleases/Pages/ci-mourns-henri-blaffart.aspx|title=CI Mourns Death of Conservationist Henri Blaffart in New Caledonia - Conservation International|last=|first=|date=|website=|publisher=conservation.org|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|access-date=}}</ref>
 
*[[Tamás Bujkó]], 45, Hungarian judo competitor, stabbed and beaten.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/london/7906625.stm|title=UK - England - London - Olympian's killer jailed for life|publisher=BBC}}</ref>
 
*[[Tamás Bujkó]], 45, Hungarian judo competitor, stabbed and beaten.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/london/7906625.stm|title=UK - England - London - Olympian's killer jailed for life|publisher=BBC}}</ref>
 
*[[Denis Cosgrove]], 59, British geographer and [[Alexander von Humboldt]] professor of geography at UCLA, cancer.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.geog.ucla.edu/cosgrove.php |title=Archived copy |accessdate=2008-04-01 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20080403134241/http://www.geog.ucla.edu/cosgrove.php |archivedate=2008-04-03 |df= }}</ref>
 
*[[Denis Cosgrove]], 59, British geographer and [[Alexander von Humboldt]] professor of geography at UCLA, cancer.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.geog.ucla.edu/cosgrove.php |title=Archived copy |accessdate=2008-04-01 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20080403134241/http://www.geog.ucla.edu/cosgrove.php |archivedate=2008-04-03 |df= }}</ref>
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*[[Gene Puerling]], 78, American vocal jazz musician, singer, musical arranger for the [[Hi-Los]] and [[Singers Unlimited]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://vancouverjazz.com/forums/showthread.php?p=10529|title=Gene Puerling (1929-2008) - Vancouver Jazz Forum|publisher=vancouverjazz.com}}</ref>
 
*[[Gene Puerling]], 78, American vocal jazz musician, singer, musical arranger for the [[Hi-Los]] and [[Singers Unlimited]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://vancouverjazz.com/forums/showthread.php?p=10529|title=Gene Puerling (1929-2008) - Vancouver Jazz Forum|publisher=vancouverjazz.com}}</ref>
 
*[[Edward Rafeedie]], 79, American senior judge for the California Central District Court, cancer.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://articles.latimes.com/2008/mar/30/local/me-rafeedie30|title=Judge exhibited pragmatism, independence|first=Jocelyn Y.|last=Stewart|date=30 March 2008|work=Los Angeles Times}}</ref>
 
*[[Edward Rafeedie]], 79, American senior judge for the California Central District Court, cancer.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://articles.latimes.com/2008/mar/30/local/me-rafeedie30|title=Judge exhibited pragmatism, independence|first=Jocelyn Y.|last=Stewart|date=30 March 2008|work=Los Angeles Times}}</ref>
*[[Sérgio de Souza]], 73, Brazilian journalist, co-founder and editor of ''[[Caros Amigos]]'' magazine, respiratory illness.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://noticias.terra.com.br/brasil/interna/0,,OI2706893-EI306,00.html|title=Morre S�rgio de Souza, fundador da 'Caros Amigos'|publisher=noticias.terra.com.br}}</ref> (Portuguese)
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*[[Sérgio de Souza]], 73, Brazilian journalist, co-founder and editor of ''[[Caros Amigos]]'' magazine, respiratory illness.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://noticias.terra.com.br/brasil/interna/0,,OI2706893-EI306,00.html|title=Morre Sérgio de Souza, fundador da 'Caros Amigos'|last=|first=|date=|website=|publisher=noticias.terra.com.br|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|access-date=}}</ref> (Portuguese)
 
*[[Ivan Toms]], 55, South African physician, activist against apartheid and conscription, meningitis.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.boston.com/bostonglobe/obituaries/articles/2008/03/28/ivan_toms_doctor_who_battled_policy_of_apartheid/|title=Ivan Toms, doctor who battled policy of apartheid|last=JOHANNESBURG|date=28 March 2008|work=Boston Globe}}</ref>
 
*[[Ivan Toms]], 55, South African physician, activist against apartheid and conscription, meningitis.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.boston.com/bostonglobe/obituaries/articles/2008/03/28/ivan_toms_doctor_who_battled_policy_of_apartheid/|title=Ivan Toms, doctor who battled policy of apartheid|last=JOHANNESBURG|date=28 March 2008|work=Boston Globe}}</ref>
   
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*[[Marie-Françoise Audollent]], 70, French actress, accidental fall.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.mlyon.fr/33250-la-mort-de-l-actrice-lyonnaise-marie-francoise-audollent.html|title=La mort de l'actrice lyonnaise Marie-Françoise Audollent}}</ref> (French)
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*[[Marie-Françoise Audollent]], 70, French actress, accidental fall.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.mlyon.fr/33250-la-mort-de-l-actrice-lyonnaise-marie-francoise-audollent.html|title=La mort de l'actrice lyonnaise Marie-Françoise Audollent|last=|first=|date=|website=|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|access-date=}}</ref> (French)
 
*[[Anders Göthberg]], 32, Swedish guitarist ([[Broder Daniel]]).<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.sr.se/cgi-bin/P1/program/artikel.asp?ProgramID=478&nyheter=1&artikel=1989253 |title=Archived copy |accessdate=2008-04-03 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20080407015230/http://www.sr.se/cgi-bin/P1/program/artikel.asp?ProgramID=478&nyheter=1&artikel=1989253 |archivedate=2008-04-07 |df= }}</ref> (Swedish)
 
*[[Anders Göthberg]], 32, Swedish guitarist ([[Broder Daniel]]).<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.sr.se/cgi-bin/P1/program/artikel.asp?ProgramID=478&nyheter=1&artikel=1989253 |title=Archived copy |accessdate=2008-04-03 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20080407015230/http://www.sr.se/cgi-bin/P1/program/artikel.asp?ProgramID=478&nyheter=1&artikel=1989253 |archivedate=2008-04-07 |df= }}</ref> (Swedish)
 
*[[Douglas Kent Hall]], 69, American writer and photographer.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://groups.google.co.nz/group/alt.obituaries/browse_thread/thread/f077116e5a4bae5f/8b089ddeb52a47c0#8b089ddeb52a47c0|title=Google Groups|publisher=groups.google.co.nz}}</ref>
 
*[[Douglas Kent Hall]], 69, American writer and photographer.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://groups.google.co.nz/group/alt.obituaries/browse_thread/thread/f077116e5a4bae5f/8b089ddeb52a47c0#8b089ddeb52a47c0|title=Google Groups|publisher=groups.google.co.nz}}</ref>

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The Swindlers (2017 film)

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== Query on the GAR in progress ==
 
== Query on the GAR in progress ==

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Coca-Cola formula

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* [[Open source cola]]
 
* [[OpenCola (drink)|OpenCola]]
 
* [[OpenCola (drink)|OpenCola]]
 
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==External links==
 
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