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Visa policy of Russia

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Agreements

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| colspan=3| During a term of official trips<br> For tourism trips with tourist documents<br> For private trips with an invitation up to 90 days
 
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For God and Glory

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Reception: sp.

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==Reception==
 
==Reception==
   
In the ''Journal of the Society of Nautical Resarch'', [[Colin White (historian)|Colin White]], a leading expert on Nelson<ref name=TelObit>{{cite news |title=Colin White (obituary) |first= |last= |url=http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/obituaries/4285198/Colin-White.html |newspaper= [[Daily Telegraph]] |date=18 January 2009 |accessdate=10 January 2018}}</ref>, called the book a "fascinating work of strategic philosophy. ... The result is surprisingly persuasive. [Its analyses] are thought-provoking and, in places, offer fresh ways of understanding what happened."<ref name="Mirror">Colin White, ''The Mariner's Mirror: The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research'', November 2003</ref> Similarly, in the ''International Journal of Maritime History'', Pal Webb wrote: "This effort by Hayward merits serious attention. ... [It] provides many fresh insights into the workings of Nelson's mind. ... There is no question Hayward has done his work and supports it by solid research. He poses important questions and proffers plausible answers. He clearly admires Nelson, but is quick to recognise his faults and his contradictory character traits. Any serious Nelson student will benefit from this book."<ref>Paul Webb, ''International Journal of Maritime History'', Vol. XV No. 2 (December 2003), pp. 486-487.</ref>
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In the ''Journal of the Society of Nautical Resarch'', [[Colin White (historian)|Colin White]], a leading expert on Nelson<ref name=TelObit>{{cite news |title=Colin White (obituary) |first= |last= |url=http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/obituaries/4285198/Colin-White.html |newspaper= [[Daily Telegraph]] |date=18 January 2009 |accessdate=10 January 2018}}</ref>, called the book a "fascinating work of strategic philosophy. ... The result is surprisingly persuasive. [Its analyses] are thought-provoking and, in places, offer fresh ways of understanding what happened."<ref name="Mirror">Colin White, ''The Mariner's Mirror: The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research'', November 2003</ref> Similarly, in the ''International Journal of Maritime History'', Paul Webb wrote: "This effort by Hayward merits serious attention. ... [It] provides many fresh insights into the workings of Nelson's mind. ... There is no question Hayward has done his work and supports it by solid research. He poses important questions and proffers plausible answers. He clearly admires Nelson, but is quick to recognise his faults and his contradictory character traits. Any serious Nelson student will benefit from this book."<ref>Paul Webb, ''International Journal of Maritime History'', Vol. XV No. 2 (December 2003), pp. 486-487.</ref>
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

List of songs recorded by Vishal Dadlani

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Spelling mistake in name. It should be Ajay-Atul not Ajay-Atuk

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|''[[Brothers (2015 film)|Brothers]]''
 
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| Amitabh Bhattacharya
 
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Rother Link

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==Proposals==
 
==Proposals==
The Rother Link was first suggested in early 1995, when the Chesterfield Canal Society submitted their proposal to the National Rivers Authority for the conversion to navigable status of the {{convert|6|mi|km|adj=on}} section of the River Rother from Killamarsh to [[Rotherham]].{{sfn|Squires |2008 |p=136}} The link has been adopted as an official goal by the Chesterfield Canal Partnership, a group of Councils at District and County level, working together with British Waterways and the Chesterfield Canal Trust. The councils consist of Derbyshire County Council, Chesterfield Borough Council, N E Derbyshire District Council, Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council, Bassettlaw District Council and Nottinghamshire County Council.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.chesterfield-canal-trust.org.uk/ccp.shtml |title=Chesterfield Canal Partnership |accessdate=21 December 2008}}</ref>
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The Rother Link was first suggested in early 1995, when the Chesterfield Canal Society submitted their proposal to the National Rivers Authority for the conversion to navigable status of the {{convert|6|mi|km|adj=on}} section of the River Rother from Killamarsh to [[Rotherham]].{{sfn|Squires |2008 |p=136}} The link has been adopted as an official goal by the Chesterfield Canal Partnership, a group of Councils at District and County level, working together with British Waterways and the Chesterfield Canal Trust. The councils consist of Derbyshire County Council, Chesterfield Borough Council, N E Derbyshire District Council, Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council, Bassettlaw District Council and Nottinghamshire County Council.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.chesterfield-canal-trust.org.uk/ccp.shtml |archiveurl=http://web.archive.org/web/20160303220647/http://www.chesterfield-canal-trust.org.uk/ccp.shtml |archivedate=3 March 2016 |title=Chesterfield Canal Partnership |accessdate=21 December 2008}}</ref>
   
 
While the connection between the Chesterfield Canal and the River Rother would have been difficult to achieve when the canal followed its original route, the need to create a diversion around housing development in Killamarsh, which has destroyed the former course, makes it much simpler. The current plans for the Chesterfield Canal reinstatement envisage the canal turning to the north and dropping down through five locks to reach Nethermoor Lake, one of four lakes that are part of the Rother Valley Country Park. From the far end of the lake, another six locks would return the level to the existing channel near Norwood. There is a relatively easy route from the lake to the Rother, which would probably require a flood lock for protection.{{sfn |Denny |2016 |p=92}}
 
While the connection between the Chesterfield Canal and the River Rother would have been difficult to achieve when the canal followed its original route, the need to create a diversion around housing development in Killamarsh, which has destroyed the former course, makes it much simpler. The current plans for the Chesterfield Canal reinstatement envisage the canal turning to the north and dropping down through five locks to reach Nethermoor Lake, one of four lakes that are part of the Rother Valley Country Park. From the far end of the lake, another six locks would return the level to the existing channel near Norwood. There is a relatively easy route from the lake to the Rother, which would probably require a flood lock for protection.{{sfn |Denny |2016 |p=92}}

Chris Wood (footballer, born 1991)

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Wood was born in [[Auckland]] and started his senior career with [[Cambridge FC]], [[WaiBOP United|Waikato FC]] and [[Hamilton Wanderers AFC|Hamilton Wanderers]] before moving to England to play for Premier League side [[West Bromwich Albion F.C.|West Bromwich Albion]].
 
Wood was born in [[Auckland]] and started his senior career with [[Cambridge FC]], [[WaiBOP United|Waikato FC]] and [[Hamilton Wanderers AFC|Hamilton Wanderers]] before moving to England to play for Premier League side [[West Bromwich Albion F.C.|West Bromwich Albion]].
   
Wood has been capped 54 times for the [[New Zealand national football team|New Zealand national team]], scoring 24 goals. He played for the side at the [[2010 FIFA World Cup]].
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Wood has been capped 56 times for the [[New Zealand national football team|New Zealand national team]], scoring 24 goals. He played for the side at the [[2010 FIFA World Cup]].
   
 
==Early and personal life==
 
==Early and personal life==

File:Two days in paris.jpg

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==Summary==
 
Movie poster for ''[[2 Days in Paris]]''.
 
Movie poster for ''[[2 Days in Paris]]''.

Wikipedia:Requests for page protection

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Requesting semi-protection of East Pakistan. (TW)

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'''Temporary semi-protection:''' Persistent [[Wikipedia:Disruptive editing|disruptive editing]] – IP hopper per [[User talk:Mfb/Taiwanese articles]]. [[User:Adamgerber80|Adamgerber80]] ([[User talk:Adamgerber80|talk]]) 08:23, 10 January 2018 (UTC)

Battle of Agincourt

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Ridiculous against all the evidence to suggest England's victory was not decisive, hopefully not bias.

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Talk:Introduction to evolution

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Science template: indeed

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Since we already have the more specific Evolutionary Biology template, I agree that the Science template is too much. Thanks, —[[User:PaleoNeonate|<span style="font-variant:small-caps;color:#44a;text-shadow:2px 2px 3px DimGray;">Paleo</span>]][[User talk:PaleoNeonate|<span style="font-variant:small-caps;color:#272;text-shadow:2px 2px 3px DimGray;">Neonate</span>]] – 05:21, 10 January 2018 (UTC)
 
Since we already have the more specific Evolutionary Biology template, I agree that the Science template is too much. Thanks, —[[User:PaleoNeonate|<span style="font-variant:small-caps;color:#44a;text-shadow:2px 2px 3px DimGray;">Paleo</span>]][[User talk:PaleoNeonate|<span style="font-variant:small-caps;color:#272;text-shadow:2px 2px 3px DimGray;">Neonate</span>]] – 05:21, 10 January 2018 (UTC)
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:: That applies to most all the other sciences too. We really don't need more navboxes hogging the (very scarce) real estate at the tops of articles. Navbars are far less intrusive, but frankly I can't see any need for one with the apparent purpose of what's just gone. [[User:Chiswick Chap|Chiswick Chap]] ([[User talk:Chiswick Chap|talk]]) 08:23, 10 January 2018 (UTC)

Stefan Živković

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'''Stefan Živković''' ({{lang-sr-cyr|Стефан Живковић}}; born 1 June 1990) is a [[Serbs|Serbian]] [[Association football|football]] [[Defender (association football)|defender]] who plays for [[FC Irtysh Pavlodar|Irtysh]] in the [[Kazakhstan Premier League]].
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'''Stefan Živković''' ({{lang-sr-cyr|Стефан Живковић}}; born 1 June 1990) is a [[Serbs|Serbian]] [[Association football|football]] [[Defender (association football)|defender]] who plays for [[FC Atyrau]] in the [[Kazakhstan Premier League]].
   
 
==Career==
 
==Career==
 
Born in [[Kruševac]],<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.butasport.rs/fudbal/stefan-zivkovic-za-butasport-rs-primorao-sam-kazahstance-da-gledaju-veciti-derbi|title=Stefan Živković za BUTASPORT.RS: Primorao sam Kazahstance da gledaju "večiti" derbi|website=butasport.rs|language=Serbian|date=20 June 2017|accessdate=3 July 2017}}</ref> Živković passed the youth school of [[Red Star Belgrade]].<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.czbgtv.com/2015/02/09/pregled-rada-omladinske-skole-u-generacijama-90-95/|title=PREGLED RADA OMLADINSKE ŠKOLE U GENERACIJAMA '90-95|website=czbgtv.com|language=Serbian|date=9 February 2015|accessdate=6 July 2015}}</ref> Later he was with [[FK Resnik|Resnik]] and [[FK Hajduk Beograd|Hajduk Beograd]].<ref name="srbijafudbal">{{cite web |url=http://www.srbijafudbal.com/cukaricki/zivkovic_s.htm|title=Stefan Živković |website=srbijafudbal.com|language=Serbian|accessdate=16 October 2016}}</ref> Živković joined [[FK Borac Čačak|Borac Čačak]] in the winter break off-season [[2011–12 Serbian SuperLiga|2011–12]].<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.boracfk.com/?q=node/418|title=Promovisana prva pojačanja|website=FK Borac Čačak official website|language=Serbian|date=12 January 2012|accessdate=17 December 2015}}</ref> He made 13 [[Serbian SuperLiga|SuperLiga]] appearances with 10 starts, and also played one [[Serbian Cup|cup]] match until the end of his debut season in club. Živković also played one semi-final cup match, in win against [[FK Vojvodina|Vojvodina]]. For the next season, [[FK Borac Čačak|Borac]] was relegated to the [[Serbian First League]]. For two seasons [[FK Borac Čačak|Borac]] spent in the [[Serbian First League|First League]], Živković made 38 league and 4 cup matches and scored 2 goals for the 2012–13 period, but he missed the spring half of [[2013–14 Serbian First League|2013–14]] season. After [[FK Borac Čačak|Borac]] promoted to the [[Serbian SuperLiga|SuperLiga]], Živković contributed with 2 goal on 24 matches to survive in league, after the [[2014–15 Serbian SuperLiga|2014–15]] season. For the [[2015–16 Serbian SuperLiga|2015–16]] season, new coach, [[Nenad Lalatović]] gave a captain armband to Živković.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.boracfk.com/?q=node/1307|title=Lalatović: ''Za sada po planu''|website=FK Borac Čačak official website|language=Serbian|date=5 July 2015|accessdate=17 December 2015}}</ref> During the first half of season, Živković played all 22 league matches and scored 1 goal against [[FK Voždovac|Voždovac]], from [[Penalty kick (association football)|penalty kick]]. He was also a member of 1 cup match, and will be remain as the leader of the generation that caused one of the worst defeats of [[Red Star Belgrade]] on the [[Red Star Stadium|Rajko Mitić Stadium]].<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.b92.net/sport/fudbal/vesti.php?yyyy=2015&mm=12&dd=02&nav_id=1069936|title=Kup: Borac osramotio Zvezdu na Marakani!|website=[[b92]]|language=Serbian|date=2 December 2015|accessdate=17 December 2015}}</ref> He sued the club together with [[Nemanja Miletić (footballer, born 1991 in Kosovska Mitrovica)|Nemanja Miletić]] and [[Dušan Jovančić]] ending of November 2015, over unpaid wages.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.zurnal.rs/fudbal/super-liga/28176/rasulo-u-cacku-pljuste-tuzbe-igraca-protiv-kluba-u-borcu|title=Расуло у Чачку: Пљуште тужбе играча против клуба у Борцу|website=[[Sportski žurnal]]|language=Serbian|date=11 December 2015|accessdate=17 December 2015}}</ref> Živković joined [[FK Čukarički]] beginning of 2016.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.fkcukaricki.rs/reportaza/2016/02/cuka-banant|title=Ubedljiva pobeda pred povratak u Beograd|website=FK Čukarički official website|language=Serbian|date=13 February 2016|accessdate=15 February 2016}}</ref>
 
Born in [[Kruševac]],<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.butasport.rs/fudbal/stefan-zivkovic-za-butasport-rs-primorao-sam-kazahstance-da-gledaju-veciti-derbi|title=Stefan Živković za BUTASPORT.RS: Primorao sam Kazahstance da gledaju "večiti" derbi|website=butasport.rs|language=Serbian|date=20 June 2017|accessdate=3 July 2017}}</ref> Živković passed the youth school of [[Red Star Belgrade]].<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.czbgtv.com/2015/02/09/pregled-rada-omladinske-skole-u-generacijama-90-95/|title=PREGLED RADA OMLADINSKE ŠKOLE U GENERACIJAMA '90-95|website=czbgtv.com|language=Serbian|date=9 February 2015|accessdate=6 July 2015}}</ref> Later he was with [[FK Resnik|Resnik]] and [[FK Hajduk Beograd|Hajduk Beograd]].<ref name="srbijafudbal">{{cite web |url=http://www.srbijafudbal.com/cukaricki/zivkovic_s.htm|title=Stefan Živković |website=srbijafudbal.com|language=Serbian|accessdate=16 October 2016}}</ref> Živković joined [[FK Borac Čačak|Borac Čačak]] in the winter break off-season [[2011–12 Serbian SuperLiga|2011–12]].<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.boracfk.com/?q=node/418|title=Promovisana prva pojačanja|website=FK Borac Čačak official website|language=Serbian|date=12 January 2012|accessdate=17 December 2015}}</ref> He made 13 [[Serbian SuperLiga|SuperLiga]] appearances with 10 starts, and also played one [[Serbian Cup|cup]] match until the end of his debut season in club. Živković also played one semi-final cup match, in win against [[FK Vojvodina|Vojvodina]]. For the next season, [[FK Borac Čačak|Borac]] was relegated to the [[Serbian First League]]. For two seasons [[FK Borac Čačak|Borac]] spent in the [[Serbian First League|First League]], Živković made 38 league and 4 cup matches and scored 2 goals for the 2012–13 period, but he missed the spring half of [[2013–14 Serbian First League|2013–14]] season. After [[FK Borac Čačak|Borac]] promoted to the [[Serbian SuperLiga|SuperLiga]], Živković contributed with 2 goal on 24 matches to survive in league, after the [[2014–15 Serbian SuperLiga|2014–15]] season. For the [[2015–16 Serbian SuperLiga|2015–16]] season, new coach, [[Nenad Lalatović]] gave a captain armband to Živković.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.boracfk.com/?q=node/1307|title=Lalatović: ''Za sada po planu''|website=FK Borac Čačak official website|language=Serbian|date=5 July 2015|accessdate=17 December 2015}}</ref> During the first half of season, Živković played all 22 league matches and scored 1 goal against [[FK Voždovac|Voždovac]], from [[Penalty kick (association football)|penalty kick]]. He was also a member of 1 cup match, and will be remain as the leader of the generation that caused one of the worst defeats of [[Red Star Belgrade]] on the [[Red Star Stadium|Rajko Mitić Stadium]].<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.b92.net/sport/fudbal/vesti.php?yyyy=2015&mm=12&dd=02&nav_id=1069936|title=Kup: Borac osramotio Zvezdu na Marakani!|website=[[b92]]|language=Serbian|date=2 December 2015|accessdate=17 December 2015}}</ref> He sued the club together with [[Nemanja Miletić (footballer, born 1991 in Kosovska Mitrovica)|Nemanja Miletić]] and [[Dušan Jovančić]] ending of November 2015, over unpaid wages.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.zurnal.rs/fudbal/super-liga/28176/rasulo-u-cacku-pljuste-tuzbe-igraca-protiv-kluba-u-borcu|title=Расуло у Чачку: Пљуште тужбе играча против клуба у Борцу|website=[[Sportski žurnal]]|language=Serbian|date=11 December 2015|accessdate=17 December 2015}}</ref> Živković joined [[FK Čukarički]] beginning of 2016.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.fkcukaricki.rs/reportaza/2016/02/cuka-banant|title=Ubedljiva pobeda pred povratak u Beograd|website=FK Čukarički official website|language=Serbian|date=13 February 2016|accessdate=15 February 2016}}</ref>
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On 10 January 2018, Živković signed for [[FC Atyrau]].<ref name="Atyrau Sign Živković">{{cite web|title=Стефан Живкович — первый новичок Атырау|url=http://www.rfcatyrau.kz/rus/press_center//2805/|website=rfcatyrau.kz|publisher=FC Atyrau|accessdate=10 January 2018|language=Russian|date=10 January 2018}}</ref>
   
 
==Career statistics==
 
==Career statistics==

Draft:Boys Culture Shop

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Boys Culture Shop: new section

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Draft:Dimitra Korri

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'''Dimitra Korri''' (born July 17, 1992) is a Greek [[figure skater]].<ref name="isuresults.com">{{cite web|url=http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00013564.htm|title=Biography|website=www.isuresults.com}}</ref> She is a two-time (2014 and 2017) Greek National Figure Skating Champion as well as a two-time (2011 and 2013) Greek National Silver medalist. <ref name="isuresults.com"/> <ref name="eox.gr">{{cite web|url=http://www.eox.gr/pagodromia/nea-pagodromias/%CF%87%CE%BF%CF%81%CF%8C%CF%82-%CF%83%CF%84%CE%BF%CE%BD-%CF%80%CE%AC%CE%B3%CE%BF/|title=Χορός στον πάγο|publisher=}}</ref> She made her international debut at the 2011 [[ISU Junior Grand Prix]] in [[Brasov, Romania]]. <ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.tracings.net/korr-dimi.html|title=Tracings: A figure skating resource|website=www.tracings.net}}</ref> <ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.isuresults.com/results/jgprou2011/CAT002RS.HTM|title=ISU JGP Brasov Cup 2011 - Junior Ladies|website=www.isuresults.com}}</ref> She is also a three-time Greek National record holder for [[speed skating]] in 500m, 1000m, and 1500m races.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://speedskatingresults.com/mobile/index.php?p=17&s=45905|title=Dimitra Korri (GRE)|website=speedskatingresults.com}}</ref>
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'''Dimitra Korri''' (born July 17, 1992) is a Greek [[figure skater]].<ref name="isuresults.com">{{cite web|url=http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00013564.htm|title=Biography|website=www.isuresults.com}}</ref> She is a two-time (2014 and 2017) Greek National Figure Skating Champion as well as a two-time (2011 and 2013) Greek National Silver medalist. <ref name="isuresults.com"/> <ref name="eox.gr">{{cite web|url=http://www.eox.gr/pagodromia/nea-pagodromias/%CF%87%CE%BF%CF%81%CF%8C%CF%82-%CF%83%CF%84%CE%BF%CE%BD-%CF%80%CE%AC%CE%B3%CE%BF/|title=Χορός στον πάγο|publisher=}}</ref> She made her international debut at the 2011 [[ISU Junior Grand Prix]] in [[Brasov, Romania]]. <ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.tracings.net/korr-dimi.html|title=Tracings: A figure skating resource|website=www.tracings.net}}</ref> <ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.isuresults.com/results/jgprou2011/CAT002RS.HTM|title=ISU JGP Brasov Cup 2011 - Junior Ladies|website=www.isuresults.com}}</ref> Korri is the 2018 EDU Sport Trophy senior B competition ladies silver medalist. <ref>https://www.oasport.it/2018/01/pattinaggio-artistico-edusport-trophy-2018-trionfo-di-lucrezia-gennaro-nel-singolo-femminile/</ref> She is also a three-time Greek National record holder for [[speed skating]] in 500m, 1000m, and 1500m races.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://speedskatingresults.com/mobile/index.php?p=17&s=45905|title=Dimitra Korri (GRE)|website=speedskatingresults.com}}</ref>
   
 
== Personal Life ==
 
== Personal Life ==

Sketch (2018 film)

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''Sketch'' is scheduled to be released on 12 January 2018.<ref>http://www.firstpost.com/entertainment/chiyaan-vikrams-saamy-square-eyes-ramzan-weekend-release-on-14-june-4291331.html</ref>
   
 
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George Monbiot

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Monbiot says the campaign against climate change is "unlike almost all the public protests" that came before it. "It is a campaign not for abundance but for austerity. It is a campaign not for more freedom but for less. Strangest of all, it is a campaign not just against other people, but against ourselves."<ref>''Heat,'' London, Allen Lane, 2006, p. 215</ref>
 
Monbiot says the campaign against climate change is "unlike almost all the public protests" that came before it. "It is a campaign not for abundance but for austerity. It is a campaign not for more freedom but for less. Strangest of all, it is a campaign not just against other people, but against ourselves."<ref>''Heat,'' London, Allen Lane, 2006, p. 215</ref>
   
He is for unknown reasons discrediting the widely recognized work of [[Allan Savory]] and the use of livestock to reverse desertification and mitigate climate change through Holistic Management.<ref>https://www.theguardian.com/environment/georgemonbiot/2014/aug/04/eat-more-meat-and-save-the-world-the-latest-implausible-farming-miracle</ref> This seemingly unreasonable stance has also been challenged. <ref>https://www.theguardian.com/sustainable-business/2014/aug/19/grazing-livestock-climate-change-george-monbiot-allan-savory</ref>
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He is for unknown reasons discrediting the widely recognized work of [[Allan Savory]] and the use of livestock to reverse desertification and mitigate climate change through [[Holistic management]].<ref>https://www.theguardian.com/environment/georgemonbiot/2014/aug/04/eat-more-meat-and-save-the-world-the-latest-implausible-farming-miracle</ref> This seemingly unreasonable stance has also been challenged. <ref>https://www.theguardian.com/sustainable-business/2014/aug/19/grazing-livestock-climate-change-george-monbiot-allan-savory</ref>
   
 
Monbiot also thinks that economic recession can be a good thing for the planet: "Is it not time to recognise that we have reached the promised land, and should seek to stay there? Why would we want to leave this place in order to explore the blackened waste of consumer frenzy followed by ecological collapse? Surely the rational policy for the governments of the rich world is now to keep growth rates as close to zero as possible?"<ref>{{cite news |last=Bird |first=Maryann |url=http://www.chinadialogue.net/article/summary/1887-Debate-is-economic-recession-good-for-the-environment- |title=Debate: is economic recession good for the environment? |publisher=[[chinadialogue]] |date=10 April 2008 |accessdate=28 July 2008 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20080708182205/http://www.chinadialogue.net/article/summary/1887-Debate-is-economic-recession-good-for-the-environment- |archivedate=8 July 2008 |df=dmy-all }}</ref><ref name="Monbiot">{{cite news |last=Monbiot |first=George |url= http://www.monbiot.com/archives/2007/10/09/bring-on-the-recession/ |title= Bring on the Recession |publisher=Monbiot.com|date=9 October 2007 |accessdate=28 July 2008}}</ref> While he does recognize that recession can cause hardship, he points out that economic growth can cause hardship as well. For example, the increase in sales of jet skis would count as economic growth, but they would also cause hardships such as water pollution and noise pollution.<ref name="Monbiot"/>
 
Monbiot also thinks that economic recession can be a good thing for the planet: "Is it not time to recognise that we have reached the promised land, and should seek to stay there? Why would we want to leave this place in order to explore the blackened waste of consumer frenzy followed by ecological collapse? Surely the rational policy for the governments of the rich world is now to keep growth rates as close to zero as possible?"<ref>{{cite news |last=Bird |first=Maryann |url=http://www.chinadialogue.net/article/summary/1887-Debate-is-economic-recession-good-for-the-environment- |title=Debate: is economic recession good for the environment? |publisher=[[chinadialogue]] |date=10 April 2008 |accessdate=28 July 2008 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20080708182205/http://www.chinadialogue.net/article/summary/1887-Debate-is-economic-recession-good-for-the-environment- |archivedate=8 July 2008 |df=dmy-all }}</ref><ref name="Monbiot">{{cite news |last=Monbiot |first=George |url= http://www.monbiot.com/archives/2007/10/09/bring-on-the-recession/ |title= Bring on the Recession |publisher=Monbiot.com|date=9 October 2007 |accessdate=28 July 2008}}</ref> While he does recognize that recession can cause hardship, he points out that economic growth can cause hardship as well. For example, the increase in sales of jet skis would count as economic growth, but they would also cause hardships such as water pollution and noise pollution.<ref name="Monbiot"/>

User:Abhiisha.miishra

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Mehdi Fennouche

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List of shipwrecks in 1843

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|desc=The ship ran aground on [[Saltholm]], Denmark. She was on a voyage from [[Cette]], [[Hérault]] to a Baltic port. She was refloated and resumed her voyage.<ref name=Times090943>{{Cite newspaper The Times |articlename=Ship News |date=9 September 1843 |page_number=7 |issue=18397 |column=B }}</ref>
 
|desc=The ship ran aground on [[Saltholm]], Denmark. She was on a voyage from [[Cette]], [[Hérault]] to a Baltic port. She was refloated and resumed her voyage.<ref name=Times090943>{{Cite newspaper The Times |articlename=Ship News |date=9 September 1843 |page_number=7 |issue=18397 |column=B }}</ref>
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|desc=The [[brig]] was wrecked at [[Sharpnose Point]], [[Cornwall]] with the loss of all but one of her crew. She was on a voyage from [[Falmouth, Cornwall]] to [[Gloucester]].
 
|desc=The [[brig]] was wrecked at [[Sharpnose Point]], [[Cornwall]] with the loss of all but one of her crew. She was on a voyage from [[Falmouth, Cornwall]] to [[Gloucester]].
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Bixby Creek Bridge

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[[File:Brazil Ranch Big Sur c1890.tif|thumb|The Brazil Ranch on Serra Hill south of Bixby Creek on the Big Sur coast circa 1880s or 1890s.]]
 
[[File:Brazil Ranch Big Sur c1890.tif|thumb|The Brazil Ranch on Serra Hill south of Bixby Creek on the Big Sur coast circa 1880s or 1890s.]]
The former Brazil Ranch is located on Serra Hill immediately south of Bixby Creek and the Bixby Creek Bridge, making it one of the most photographed spots on the Big Sur coast. Job Heath obtained a land patent on May 20, 1884 and he and his wife Serena Waters homesteaded the ranch.<ref>{{cite web|title=Job W Heath Sr, Patent #CACAAA-090653 |url=https://thelandpatents.com/patents/cacaaa-090653|publisher=Land Patents|accessdate=20 August 2016}}</ref> Antonio Brazil married Mary Pfeiffer and they bought Heath's property.<ref name=norman>{{cite book|last1=Norman|first1=Jeff|title=Big Sur|date=2004|publisher=Arcadia Pub.|location=Charleston, S.C.|isbn=978-0738529134|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=9MVxp7W0IjUC&pg=PA50|accessdate=21 August 2016|deadurl=no|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20161127133824/https://books.google.com/books?id=9MVxp7W0IjUC&pg=PA50|archivedate=November 27, 2016|df=mdy-all}}</ref>
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The former Brazil Ranch is located on Serra Hill immediately south of Bixby Creek and the Bixby Creek Bridge, making it one of the most photographed spots on the Big Sur coast. Job Heath obtained a land patent on May 20, 1884 and he and his wife Serena Waters homesteaded the ranch.<ref>{{cite web|title=Job W Heath Sr, Patent #CACAAA-090653 |url=https://thelandpatents.com/patents/cacaaa-090653|publisher=Land Patents|accessdate=20 August 2016}}</ref> Antonio Brazil married Mary Pfeiffer and they bought Heath's property.<ref name=norman>{{cite book|last1=Norman|first1=Jeff|title=Big Sur|date=2004|publisher=Arcadia Pub.|location=Charleston, S.C.|isbn=978-0738529134|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=9MVxp7W0IjUC&pg=PA50|accessdate=21 August 2016|deadurl=no|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20161127133824/https://books.google.com/books?id=9MVxp7W0IjUC&pg=PA50|archivedate=November 27, 2016|df=mdy-all}}</ref> The hill is not named for Junipero Serra, but is a corruption of the Spanish word, ''cerro'', meaning "high hill."<ref>{{Cite book|url=https://www.worldcat.org/oclc/24504537|title=Monterey County Place Names: A Geographical Dictionary|last=Clark|first=Donald Thomas|date=1991|publisher=Kestrel Press|isbn=9781880478011|location=Carmel Valley, Calif.|oclc=24504537}}</ref> The Brazil family operated the {{convert|1255|acre}} ranch for nearly a century. In 1977, Tony and Margaret Brazil sold the ranch to [[Allen Funt]], creator of the television show ''[[Candid Camera]]''. Funt raised quarter horses and cattle on it.
 
The Brazil family operated the {{convert|1255|acre}} ranch for nearly a century. In 1977, Tony and Margaret Brazil sold the ranch to [[Allen Funt]], creator of the television show ''[[Candid Camera]]''. Funt raised quarter horses and cattle on it.
 
   
 
===Proposed development===
 
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| alma_mater = [[Pembroke College, Oxford]]
 
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Erica Garner

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Garner stated that she believed her father's death had more to do with police misconduct than race, and in 2017, she rejected a meeting with the [[United States Justice Department]] to discuss the circumstances surrounding her father's death.<ref name="CNN" /><ref name="NYP" />
   
[[File:Still from Erica.png|thumb|"They don't know what they took from us" – a still from "Erica", produced by the [[Bernie Sanders presidential campaign, 2016|Bernie Sanders campaign]]<ref name=CNN16/>{{ffdc|1=Still from Erica.png|log=2018 January 3}}]]
 
 
During the [[2016 Democratic Party presidential primaries]], Garner supported [[Bernie Sanders]], and appeared in an advertisement for him as well as on the campaign trail.<ref name="CNN" /><ref name="WP" /><ref name="Elle" />
 
During the [[2016 Democratic Party presidential primaries]], Garner supported [[Bernie Sanders]], and appeared in an advertisement for him as well as on the campaign trail.<ref name="CNN" /><ref name="WP" /><ref name="Elle" />
   

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== Summary ==
 
== Summary ==
 
Source: http://www.rottentomatoes.com/g/playstation/twisted_metal/images.php
 
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2018 Australian Open – Men's Singles Qualifying

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* Savaar Laine (bringing the dawn to you) – 2012 (ghazal anthology)
 
* Savaar Laine (bringing the dawn to you) – 2012 (ghazal anthology)
 
* Ek Hati Varata (once, there was a story) – 2012 (short-stories)
 
* Ek Hati Varata (once, there was a story) – 2012 (short-stories)
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* Ambedakar: Jivan Ane Chintan – 2015 (biography of [[B. R. Ambedkar|Ambedakar]])<ref name=":0" />
 
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Jedarpalayam

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== Geography ==
 
== Geography ==
Jedarpalayam is located {{convert|33|km}} from District Headquarters and {{convert|16|km}} from Taluk Headquarters Paramathi Velur. The village is located very close to [[Cauvery]] River. Village also well connected via Buses from near by towns and cities like [[Erode]], [[Tiruchengode]], [[Paramathi Velur (Namakkal district)|Paramathi-Velur]], [[Coimbatore]] and [[Salem, Tamil Nadu|Salem]] . Its population around 4000.
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* Govt Panchayat elementary school - Jedarpalayam
 
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* Govt higher secondary school - Jedarpalayam
 
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Sports Emmy Award

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Lougheed Town Centre

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Transportation

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Lougheed Town centre is served by the regional [[SkyTrain (Vancouver)|SkyTrain]] system with the closest station being the [[Lougheed Town Centre station]]. It is one of the exchange stations (the other being [[Production Way-University station]]) between [[Expo Line (SkyTrain)|Expo Line]] trains bound for [[Waterfront station (Vancouver)|Waterfront station]] and [[Millennium Line]] (Evergreen extension) trains bound for either [[Lafarge Lake–Douglas station]] or [[VCC-Clark Station]].<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.translink.ca/-/media/Documents/schedules_and_maps/entrance_maps/lougheed_town_centre_station_entrance_map.pdf?la=en&hash=754C0B2A638E584248A757E721B335862356F94A|title=Lougheed Station Platform Map (Dec 2017)|publisher=TransLink|accessdate=January 9, 2018}}</ref>
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Lougheed Town centre is served by the regional [[SkyTrain (Vancouver)|SkyTrain]] system with the closest station being the [[Lougheed Town Centre station]]. It is one of the exchange stations (the other being [[Production Way-University station]]) between [[Expo Line (SkyTrain)|Expo Line]] trains bound for [[Waterfront station (Vancouver)|Waterfront station]] and [[Millennium Line]] (Evergreen extension) trains bound for either [[Lafarge Lake–Douglas station]] or [[VCC-Clark Station]].<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.translink.ca/-/media/Documents/schedules_and_maps/entrance_maps/lougheed_town_centre_station_entrance_map.pdf?la=en&hash=754C0B2A638E584248A757E721B335862356F94A|title=Lougheed Station Platform Map (Dec 2017)|publisher=TransLink|accessdate=January 9, 2018}}</ref> The mall is also served by a bus loop with routes going to the Tri-Cities area, Burnaby, New Westminster, and express service to Fraser Heights and Langley. <ref>{{cite web|url=http://infomaps.translink.ca/System_Maps/skytrain_station_maps/lougheed_town_centre_station.pdf|title=Lougheed Station Bus Loop Map (Dec 2016)|publisher=TransLink|accessdate=January 9, 2018}}</ref>
   
 
==References==
 
==References==

User:Cahk/CSD log 2

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File:Twice in a lifetime film poster.jpg

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== Summary ==
 
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Kim Matulova

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User:Tomruen/configuration

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Talk:Game of Thrones

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:::::::::[[WP:BOLD |Edit bodly]]. It is nonsence to write "GoT editors reading this now, including you, should edit the character page and include this about her", if you meant that seriously. As far as I follow the discussion, nobody is going to write that. I noticed your scepticism about how a paragraph on LGBT in GoT would be recieved but unless someone tries, discussing categories and lists is controversial, and trying to make some else edit something is futile. BTW I think several other editors expressed the same view, i.e. that some info in the article itself should come first. I does not have to be a whole paragprah, only one or two summarizing sentences, if you prefer. --[[User:WikiHannibal|WikiHannibal]] ([[User talk:WikiHannibal|talk]]) 11:16, 31 December 2017 (UTC)
 
:::::::::[[WP:BOLD |Edit bodly]]. It is nonsence to write "GoT editors reading this now, including you, should edit the character page and include this about her", if you meant that seriously. As far as I follow the discussion, nobody is going to write that. I noticed your scepticism about how a paragraph on LGBT in GoT would be recieved but unless someone tries, discussing categories and lists is controversial, and trying to make some else edit something is futile. BTW I think several other editors expressed the same view, i.e. that some info in the article itself should come first. I does not have to be a whole paragprah, only one or two summarizing sentences, if you prefer. --[[User:WikiHannibal|WikiHannibal]] ([[User talk:WikiHannibal|talk]]) 11:16, 31 December 2017 (UTC)
 
::::::::::I meant it, because I don't watch GoT, and those who are more familiar with this series should rise to the challenge. Someone in another discussion said that editors who aren't familiar with a series contribute content that is based on reliable secondary sources and thereby more trustworthy, compared to editors who rely too much on primary material and personal memory which can result in OR and POV. In my playbook, if I find that something is missing in an article ... I add it. I do the homework and contribute content. But, in my opinion, this article has become a hornet's nest with the over-protection by some editors that push the boundaries of [[WP:OWN]]. [[User:Pyxis Solitary|<span style="background-color: #8a0707; color: yellow">Pyxis Solitary</span>]] [[User talk:Pyxis Solitary|talk]] 18:07, 31 December 2017 (UTC)
 
::::::::::I meant it, because I don't watch GoT, and those who are more familiar with this series should rise to the challenge. Someone in another discussion said that editors who aren't familiar with a series contribute content that is based on reliable secondary sources and thereby more trustworthy, compared to editors who rely too much on primary material and personal memory which can result in OR and POV. In my playbook, if I find that something is missing in an article ... I add it. I do the homework and contribute content. But, in my opinion, this article has become a hornet's nest with the over-protection by some editors that push the boundaries of [[WP:OWN]]. [[User:Pyxis Solitary|<span style="background-color: #8a0707; color: yellow">Pyxis Solitary</span>]] [[User talk:Pyxis Solitary|talk]] 18:07, 31 December 2017 (UTC)
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:::::::::::I think this is a bit misleading and frankly sometimes you see a secondary sources formalism that comes close to idiocy. Ideally the editors should have done ''both'', that is having seen the series and having read the secondary sources. In particular for tv series and movies there are a lot of "low quality" secondary sources which can misread/misunderstood. I've seen plot descriptions for movies assembled from secondary sources which were completely off. Not just by matter of nuances or personal emphasis or preference but off as in describing a basic plot that simply doesn't exist in the movie. This is due misreading secondary sources and not being aware of that due to not having seen the movie. For instance the description in a "low quality" secondary source can be sloppy and/or imprecise. Additional (background) information provided in a secondary source can be misread as being part of the movie plot and similar stuff.--[[User:Kmhkmh|Kmhkmh]] ([[User talk:Kmhkmh|talk]]) 08:23, 10 January 2018 (UTC)

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User:Reviewmaster29/sandbox

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Call of Duty WWII Review
 
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John Laurinaitis

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John Cena and Nikki Bella are not yet married. Thus Kathy Colace is not yet Cena's mother-in-law.

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Laurinaitis' brothers [[Road Warrior Animal|Joe]], who is Animal of [[The Road Warriors]], and [[The Terminator (wrestler)|Marcus]] were also professional wrestlers. He is also the uncle of [[James Laurinaitis]], former linebacker for the [[St. Louis Rams]] and [[New Orleans Saints]].
 
Laurinaitis' brothers [[Road Warrior Animal|Joe]], who is Animal of [[The Road Warriors]], and [[The Terminator (wrestler)|Marcus]] were also professional wrestlers. He is also the uncle of [[James Laurinaitis]], former linebacker for the [[St. Louis Rams]] and [[New Orleans Saints]].
   
On September 3, 2015, Laurinaitis became engaged to Kathy Colace, who is the mother of [[the Bella Twins]] and the mother-in-law of [[Daniel Bryan]] and [[John Cena]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.cagesideseats.com/2015/9/3/9255281/daniel-bryan-and-john-laurinaitis-are-about-to-be-in-laws| title=Daniel Bryan and John Laurinaitis are about to be in-laws| accessdate= September 3, 2015}}</ref> The two were married in a private ceremony on March 24, 2016.<ref>{{cite web| url= http://www.gerweck.net/2016/03/25/john-laurinaitis-marries-bella-twins-mother-kathy-colace/| title=John Laurinaitis marries Bella Twin's mother Kathy Colace| work= Gerweck.net| last1=Gerweck| first1= Steve| date=Mar 25, 2016| accessdate= Jun 8, 2016| quote= John Laurinaitis, the former Raw General Manager and now a producer for WWE, got married to Kathy Colace yesterday. Colace is the mother of Nikki and Brie Bella. The two got hitched on a yacht in Ft Lauderdale, Florida, during a ceremony which was attended by several family and friends including John Cena.| archiveurl= https://web.archive.org/web/20160608042907/http://www.gerweck.net/2016/03/25/john-laurinaitis-marries-bella-twins-mother-kathy-colace/| archivedate= June 8, 2016}}</ref>
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On September 3, 2015, Laurinaitis became engaged to Kathy Colace, who is the mother of [[the Bella Twins]] and the mother-in-law of [[Daniel Bryan]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.cagesideseats.com/2015/9/3/9255281/daniel-bryan-and-john-laurinaitis-are-about-to-be-in-laws| title=Daniel Bryan and John Laurinaitis are about to be in-laws| accessdate= September 3, 2015}}</ref> The two were married in a private ceremony on March 24, 2016.<ref>{{cite web| url= http://www.gerweck.net/2016/03/25/john-laurinaitis-marries-bella-twins-mother-kathy-colace/| title=John Laurinaitis marries Bella Twin's mother Kathy Colace| work= Gerweck.net| last1=Gerweck| first1= Steve| date=Mar 25, 2016| accessdate= Jun 8, 2016| quote= John Laurinaitis, the former Raw General Manager and now a producer for WWE, got married to Kathy Colace yesterday. Colace is the mother of Nikki and Brie Bella. The two got hitched on a yacht in Ft Lauderdale, Florida, during a ceremony which was attended by several family and friends including John Cena.| archiveurl= https://web.archive.org/web/20160608042907/http://www.gerweck.net/2016/03/25/john-laurinaitis-marries-bella-twins-mother-kathy-colace/| archivedate= June 8, 2016}}</ref>
   
 
==In wrestling==
 
==In wrestling==

Konica Minolta Maxxum 7D

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== See also ==
 
== See also ==
* [[Konica Minolta]]
 
 
* [[List of Minolta products]]
 
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== References ==
 
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Draft:Row2Recovery

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2017/18. Team Trident takes on the Atlantic

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On 14 December 2017, Row2Recovery's fourth Atlantic rowing crew departed the Port of San Sebastian on [[La Gomera | La Gomera]], one of [[Spain | Spain]]'s [[Canary Islands | Canary Islands]]. The crew was made of up of one injured and one able-bodied serviceman.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.oceanrowing.com/statistics/ocean_rowing_records_all8.htm |title=Chronological Listing of All Ocean Rows |website=www.oceanrowing.com |publisher=The Ocean Rowing Society International |access-date=8 January 2018}}</ref>
 
On 14 December 2017, Row2Recovery's fourth Atlantic rowing crew departed the Port of San Sebastian on [[La Gomera | La Gomera]], one of [[Spain | Spain]]'s [[Canary Islands | Canary Islands]]. The crew was made of up of one injured and one able-bodied serviceman.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.oceanrowing.com/statistics/ocean_rowing_records_all8.htm |title=Chronological Listing of All Ocean Rows |website=www.oceanrowing.com |publisher=The Ocean Rowing Society International |access-date=8 January 2018}}</ref>
 
The 2017/18 Crew consists of:
 
The 2017/18 Crew consists of:
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* Lance Corporal Jordan Beecher, [[Parachute Regiment (United Kingdom) | Parachute Regiment]]. Jordan Beecher lost his left leg below the knee from an [[Improvised explosive device | IED]] in [[Afghanistan | Afghanistan]] in October 2012.<ref>{{cite web |url=https://www.r2rteamtrident.com/teamtrident/ |title=Team Trident |author=<!--Not stated--> |date=12 March 2014 |website=www.r2rteamtrident.com |publisher=Team Trident |access-date=8 January 2018|quote=Jordan Beecher}}</ref>
 
* Captain Jonathan Kevin Armstrong, [[Parachute Regiment (United Kingdom) | Parachute Regiment]]<ref>{{cite web |url=https://www.thegazette.co.uk/London/issue/59919/supplement/18412 |title=London Gazette: issue 59919, supplement 18412 |website=www.thegazette.co.uk |date=27 September 2011 |access-date=7 January 2018|quote=Jonathan Kevin Armstrong}}</ref> and [[Royal Gurkha Rifles | Royal Gurkha Rifles]].<ref>{{cite web |url=https://www.thegazette.co.uk/London/issue/60924/supplement/9 |title=London Gazette: issue 60924, supplement 9 |website=www.thegazette.co.uk |date=8 July 2014 |access-date=7 January 2018|quote=J. K. ARMSTRONG}}</ref>
 
* Captain Jonathan Kevin Armstrong, [[Parachute Regiment (United Kingdom) | Parachute Regiment]]<ref>{{cite web |url=https://www.thegazette.co.uk/London/issue/59919/supplement/18412 |title=London Gazette: issue 59919, supplement 18412 |website=www.thegazette.co.uk |date=27 September 2011 |access-date=7 January 2018|quote=Jonathan Kevin Armstrong}}</ref> and [[Royal Gurkha Rifles | Royal Gurkha Rifles]].<ref>{{cite web |url=https://www.thegazette.co.uk/London/issue/60924/supplement/9 |title=London Gazette: issue 60924, supplement 9 |website=www.thegazette.co.uk |date=8 July 2014 |access-date=7 January 2018|quote=J. K. ARMSTRONG}}</ref>
   

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The Lego Movie (franchise)

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| [[Dan Lin]] <br> [[Roy Lee]]
 
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| Jill Wilfert <br> Matthew Ashton <br> Kathleen Fleming <br> [[Allison Abbate]] <br> Zareh Nalbanidan <br> [[Jon Burton]] <br> Benjamin Melniker <br> Micheal E. Uslan <br> Seanne Winslow <br> Steven Mnuchin <br> Matt Skiena <br> Bruce Berman
 
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Divya Narendra

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Mark Zuckerberg

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After the departure of Sanjay Mavinkurve, the Winklevosses and Narendra approached Narendra's friend, Harvard student and [[programmer]] Victor Gao to work on HarvardConnection.<ref name="tangledweb"/> Gao, a senior in [[Mather House (Harvard University)|Mather House]], had opted not to become a full partner in the venture, instead agreeing to be paid in a [[work for hire]] capacity on a rolling basis.<ref name="pokingfacebook">{{cite news|first=Luke|last=O'Brien|title=Polking Facebook|date=2007-12-03|publisher=02138 Magazine|url=http://www.informationliberation.com/?id=24402}}</ref> He was paid $400 for his work on the website code during the summer and fall of 2003, but he excused himself thereafter due to personal obligations.<ref name="gaodeclaration">{{Cite court|litigants=ConnectU, Inc. v. Facebook, Inc. et al|pinpoint=Declaration of Victor Gao|court=Massachusetts Federal Court|date=2007-09-21|url=http://docs.justia.com/cases/federal/district-courts/massachusetts/madce/1:2007cv10593/108516/113/0.pdf}}</ref>
 
After the departure of Sanjay Mavinkurve, the Winklevosses and Narendra approached Narendra's friend, Harvard student and [[programmer]] Victor Gao to work on HarvardConnection.<ref name="tangledweb"/> Gao, a senior in [[Mather House (Harvard University)|Mather House]], had opted not to become a full partner in the venture, instead agreeing to be paid in a [[work for hire]] capacity on a rolling basis.<ref name="pokingfacebook">{{cite news|first=Luke|last=O'Brien|title=Polking Facebook|date=2007-12-03|publisher=02138 Magazine|url=http://www.informationliberation.com/?id=24402}}</ref> He was paid $400 for his work on the website code during the summer and fall of 2003, but he excused himself thereafter due to personal obligations.<ref name="gaodeclaration">{{Cite court|litigants=ConnectU, Inc. v. Facebook, Inc. et al|pinpoint=Declaration of Victor Gao|court=Massachusetts Federal Court|date=2007-09-21|url=http://docs.justia.com/cases/federal/district-courts/massachusetts/madce/1:2007cv10593/108516/113/0.pdf}}</ref>
   
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In November 2003, upon the referral of Victor Gao, the Winklevosses and Narendra approached [[Mark Zuckerberg]] about joining the HarvardConnection team.<ref name="facebookaccused">{{cite news|title=Facebook accused of stealing idea|date=2004-09-09|publisher=The Daily Free Press, Boston University|url=http://www.dailyfreepress.com/news/facebook-accused-of-stealing-idea-1.931927}}</ref> By this point, the previous HarvardConnection programmers had already made progress on a large chunk of the coding: front-end pages, the registration system, a database, back-end coding, and a way users could connect with each other, which Gao called a "handshake".<ref name="pokingfacebook"/> In early November, Narendra emailed Zuckerberg saying, "We're very deep into developing a site which we would like you to be a part of and ... which we know will make some waves on campus."<ref name="pokingfacebook"/> Within days, Zuckerberg was talking to the HarvardConnection team and preparing to take over programming duties from Gao.<ref name="pokingfacebook"/> On the evening of November 25, 2003,<ref name="complaintagainstdefendants">{{Cite court|litigants=ConnectU, Inc. v. Facebook, Inc. et al|pinpoint=Complaint against all defendants, filed by Connectu, Inc.|court=Massachusetts Federal Court|date=2007-03-28|url=http://docs.justia.com/cases/federal/district-courts/massachusetts/madce/1:2007cv10593/108516/1/}}</ref> the Winklevosses and Narendra met with Zuckerberg in the dining hall of [[Harvard]]'s [[Kirkland House]], where they explained to an enthusiastic Zuckerberg, the HarvardConnection website, the plan to expand to other schools after launch, the confidential nature of the project, and the importance of getting there first.<ref name="pokingfacebook"/><ref name="facebookfullstory">{{cite news|first=Nicholas|last=Carlson|title=At Last—The full story of how Facebook was founded|date=2010-03-05|publisher=The Business Insideer|url=http://www.businessinsider.com/how-facebook-was-founded-2010-3#we-can-talk-about-that-after-i-get-all-the-basic-functionality-up-tomorrow-night-1}}</ref> During the meeting, Zuckerberg allegedly entered into an [[oral contract]] with Narendra and the Winklevosses and became a partner in HarvardConnection.<ref name="onlineadversaries"/> He was given the private server location and password for the unfinished HarvardConnection website and code,<ref name="gaodeclaration"/> with the understanding that he would finish the programming necessary for launch.<ref name="onlineadversaries"/> Zuckerberg allegedly chose to be compensated in the form of [[sweat equity]].<ref>{{cite news|first=Rebecca|last=Macatee|title=The real Cameron Winklevoss says 'The Social Network' is 'nonfiction'|date=2010-10-01|publisher=PopEater|url=http://www.popeater.com/2010/10/01/cameron-winklevoss-social-network/}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|first=Jess|last=Milcetich|title=Thefacebook.com faces lawsuit from rival site|date=2005-03-16|publisher=The Diamondback, University of Maryland|url=http://www.diamondbackonline.com/2.2814/thefacebook-com-faces-lawsuit-from-rival-site-1.295577}}</ref>
 
In November 2003, upon the referral of Victor Gao, the Winklevosses and Narendra approached [[Mark Zuckerberg]] about joining the HarvardConnection team.<ref name="facebookaccused">{{cite news|title=Facebook accused of stealing idea|date=2004-09-09|publisher=The Daily Free Press, Boston University|url=http://www.dailyfreepress.com/news/facebook-accused-of-stealing-idea-1.931927}}</ref> By this point, the previous HarvardConnection programmers had already made progress on a large chunk of the coding: front-end pages, the registration system, a database, back-end coding, and a way users could connect with each other, which Gao called a "handshake".<ref name="pokingfacebook"/> In early November, Narendra emailed Zuckerberg saying, "We're very deep into developing a site which we would like you to be a part of and ... which we know will make some waves on campus."<ref name="pokingfacebook"/> Within days, Zuckerberg was talking to the HarvardConnection team and preparing to take over programming duties from Gao.<ref name="pokingfacebook"/> On the evening of November 25, 2003,<ref name="complaintagainstdefendants">{{Cite court|litigants=ConnectU, Inc. v. Facebook, Inc. et al|pinpoint=Complaint against all defendants, filed by Connectu, Inc.|court=Massachusetts Federal Court|date=2007-03-28|url=http://docs.justia.com/cases/federal/district-courts/massachusetts/madce/1:2007cv10593/108516/1/}}</ref> the Winklevosses and Narendra met with Zuckerberg in the dining hall of [[Harvard]]'s [[Kirkland House]], where they explained to an enthusiastic Zuckerberg, the HarvardConnection website, the plan to expand to other schools after launch, the confidential nature of the project, and the importance of getting there first.<ref name="pokingfacebook"/><ref name="facebookfullstory">{{cite news|first=Nicholas|last=Carlson|title=At Last—The full story of how Facebook was founded|date=2010-03-05|publisher=The Business Insideer|url=http://www.businessinsider.com/how-facebook-was-founded-2010-3#we-can-talk-about-that-after-i-get-all-the-basic-functionality-up-tomorrow-night-1}}</ref> During the meeting, Zuckerberg allegedly entered into an [[oral contract]] with Narendra and the Winklevosses and became a partner in HarvardConnection.<ref name="onlineadversaries"/> He was given the private server location and password for the unfinished HarvardConnection website and code,<ref name="gaodeclaration"/> with the understanding that he would finish the programming necessary for launch.<ref name="onlineadversaries"/> Zuckerberg allegedly chose to be compensated in the form of [[sweat equity]].<ref>{{cite news|first=Rebecca|last=Macatee|title=The real Cameron Winklevoss says 'The Social Network' is 'nonfiction'|date=2010-10-01|publisher=PopEater|url=http://www.popeater.com/2010/10/01/cameron-winklevoss-social-network/}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|first=Jess|last=Milcetich|title=Thefacebook.com faces lawsuit from rival site|date=2005-03-16|publisher=The Diamondback, University of Maryland|url=http://www.diamondbackonline.com/2.2814/thefacebook-com-faces-lawsuit-from-rival-site-1.295577}}</ref>
   

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Sheikh Mujibur Rahman made a declaration of independence at Dacca on 26 March 1971. All major Awami League leaders including elected leaders of National Assembly and Provincial Assembly fled to neighbouring India and an [[Provisional Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh|exile government]] was formed headed by Mujibur Rahman. While he was in Pakistan Prison, Syed Nazrul Islam was the acting president with Tazuddin Ahmed as the prime minister. The exile government took oath on 17 April 1971 at Mujib Nagar, within East Pakistan territory of Kustia district and formally formed the government. Colonel MOG Osmani was appointed the Commander in Chief of [[Bangladesh Forces|Liberation Forces]] and whole East Pakistan was divided into eleven sectors headed by eleven sector commanders. All sector commanders were Bengali officers who had defected from the Pakistan Army. This started the [[Bangladesh Liberation War]] in which the [[Mukti Bahini|freedom fighters]], joined in December 1971 by 400,000 [[Indian Armed Forces|Indian soldiers]], faced the [[Pakistani Armed Forces]] of 365,000 plus [[Paramilitary forces of Pakistan|Paramilitary]] and [[Razakars (Bangladesh)|collaborationist forces]]. An additional approximately 25,000 ill-equipped civilian volunteers and police forces also sided with the Pakistan Armed Forces. Bloody [[guerrilla warfare]] ensued in East Pakistan.
 
Sheikh Mujibur Rahman made a declaration of independence at Dacca on 26 March 1971. All major Awami League leaders including elected leaders of National Assembly and Provincial Assembly fled to neighbouring India and an [[Provisional Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh|exile government]] was formed headed by Mujibur Rahman. While he was in Pakistan Prison, Syed Nazrul Islam was the acting president with Tazuddin Ahmed as the prime minister. The exile government took oath on 17 April 1971 at Mujib Nagar, within East Pakistan territory of Kustia district and formally formed the government. Colonel MOG Osmani was appointed the Commander in Chief of [[Bangladesh Forces|Liberation Forces]] and whole East Pakistan was divided into eleven sectors headed by eleven sector commanders. All sector commanders were Bengali officers who had defected from the Pakistan Army. This started the [[Bangladesh Liberation War]] in which the [[Mukti Bahini|freedom fighters]], joined in December 1971 by 400,000 [[Indian Armed Forces|Indian soldiers]], faced the [[Pakistani Armed Forces]] of 365,000 plus [[Paramilitary forces of Pakistan|Paramilitary]] and [[Razakars (Bangladesh)|collaborationist forces]]. An additional approximately 25,000 ill-equipped civilian volunteers and police forces also sided with the Pakistan Armed Forces. Bloody [[guerrilla warfare]] ensued in East Pakistan.
   
The Pakistan Armed Forces were unable to counter such threats. Poorly trained and inexperienced in guerrilla tactics, Pakistan Armed Forces and their assets were defeated by the Bangladesh Liberation Forces. On April 1971, Lieutenant-General Tikka Khan succeeded General Yaqub Khan as Commander of unified forces. General Tikka Khan led the massive violent and [[massacre]] campaigns in the region. He is held responsible for killing hundreds of thousands of Bengali people in East Pakistan, mostly civilians and unarmed peoples. For his role, General Tikka Khan gained the title as "Butcher of Bengal". General Khan faced an international reaction against Pakistan, and therefore, General Tikka was removed as Commander of Eastern front. He installed a civilian administration under Abdul Motaleb Malik on 31 August 1971, which proved to be ineffective. However, during the meeting, with no high officers willing to assume the command of East Pakistan, Lieutenant-General [[Amir Abdullah Khan Niazi]] volunteered for the command of East Pakistan. Inexperienced and the large magnitude of this assignment, the government sent Vice-Admiral [[Mohammad Shariff]] as second-in-command of General Niazi. Admiral Shariff served as the deputy unified commander of Pakistan Armed Forces in East Pakistan. However, General Niazi proved to be a failure and ineffective ruler. Therefore, General Niazi and Air Marshal Enamul Haque, Commander of Eastern Air Force Command (EAFC), failed to launch any operation in East Pakistan against Indian or its allies. Except Admiral Shariff who continued to press pressure on Indian Navy until the end of the conflict. Admiral Shariff's effective plans made it nearly impossible for Indian Navy to land its naval forces on the shores of East Pakistan. The Indian Navy was unable to land forces in East Pakistan and the Pakistan Navy was still offering resistance. The [[Indian Army]], entered East Pakistan from all three directions of the province. The Indian Navy then decided to wait near the Bay of Bengal until the Army reached the shore.
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The Pakistan Armed Forces were unable to counter such threats. Inexperienced in guerrilla tactics, Pakistan Armed Forces and their assets were challenged by the Bangladesh Liberation Forces. On April 1971, Lieutenant-General Tikka Khan succeeded General Yaqub Khan as Commander of unified forces. General Tikka Khan led the crack-down. Law and order broke down as Bengali and Non-Bengali citizens targeted each other, leading to high casualties. With no high officers willing to assume the command of East Pakistan, Lieutenant-General [[Amir Abdullah Khan Niazi]] volunteered for the command of East Pakistan. Inexperienced and the large magnitude of this assignment, the government sent Vice-Admiral [[Mohammad Shariff]] as second-in-command of General Niazi. Admiral Shariff served as the deputy unified commander of Pakistan Armed Forces in East Pakistan. However, General Niazi proved to be a failure and ineffective ruler. Therefore, General Niazi and Air Marshal Enamul Haque, Commander of Eastern Air Force Command (EAFC), failed to launch any operation in East Pakistan against Indian or its allies. Except Admiral Shariff who continued to press pressure on Indian Navy until the end of the conflict. Admiral Shariff's effective plans made it nearly impossible for Indian Navy to land its naval forces on the shores of East Pakistan. The Indian Navy was unable to land forces in East Pakistan and the Pakistan Navy was still offering resistance. The [[Indian Army]], entered East Pakistan from all three directions of the province. The Indian Navy then decided to wait near the Bay of Bengal until the Army reached the shore.
   
 
The Indian Air Force dismantled the capability of Pakistan Air Force in East Pakistan. Air Marshal Enamul Haque, Commander of Eastern Air Force Command (EAFC), failed to offer any serious resistance to the actions of the Indian Air Force. For most part of the war, the IAF enjoyed complete dominance in the skies over East Pakistan.
 
The Indian Air Force dismantled the capability of Pakistan Air Force in East Pakistan. Air Marshal Enamul Haque, Commander of Eastern Air Force Command (EAFC), failed to offer any serious resistance to the actions of the Indian Air Force. For most part of the war, the IAF enjoyed complete dominance in the skies over East Pakistan.
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On 16 December 1971, the Pakistan Armed Forces surrendered to the [[Mitro Bahini|joint liberation forces]] of [[Mukti Bahini]] and the [[Indian army]], headed by Lieutenant-General [[Jagjit Singh Arora]], the General Officer Commanding-in-Chief (GOC-in-C) of the Eastern Command of the Indian Army. Lieutenant General [[Amir Abdullah Khan Niazi|AAK Niazi]], the last unified commander of Pakistan Armed Forces' Eastern Military High Command, signed the [[Instrument of Surrender (1971)|Instrument of Surrender]] at about 4:31 pm. Over 93,000 personnel, including Lt. General Niazi and Admiral Shariff, were taken as [[prisoners of war]].
 
On 16 December 1971, the Pakistan Armed Forces surrendered to the [[Mitro Bahini|joint liberation forces]] of [[Mukti Bahini]] and the [[Indian army]], headed by Lieutenant-General [[Jagjit Singh Arora]], the General Officer Commanding-in-Chief (GOC-in-C) of the Eastern Command of the Indian Army. Lieutenant General [[Amir Abdullah Khan Niazi|AAK Niazi]], the last unified commander of Pakistan Armed Forces' Eastern Military High Command, signed the [[Instrument of Surrender (1971)|Instrument of Surrender]] at about 4:31 pm. Over 93,000 personnel, including Lt. General Niazi and Admiral Shariff, were taken as [[prisoners of war]].
   
On 16 December 1971, East Pakistan was liberated from Pakistan as the newly independent state of [[Bangladesh]]. The Eastern Military High Command, civilian institutions and paramilitary forces were disbanded.
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On 16 December 1971, East Pakistan was liberated from Pakistan as the newly independent state of [[Bangladesh]]. The Eastern Military High Command, civilian institutions and paramilitary forces were disbanded. Neutral accounts of the war report the targeting of Behari and Non-Bengali people by the Mukhti Bani and Bangladeshi insurgents, resulting in the death of thousands of Non-Bengali citizens.
   
 
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[[Lieutenant general|Lt. Gen.]] '''Vinod Vashisht''' is a former general of the [[Indian Army]]. He was appointed Director General of the [[National Cadet Corps (India)]] (NCC) on December 23 2016, succeeding Lt Gen [[Aniruddha Chakravarty]], who retired on August 31 of that year.<ref>{{Cite press release |title=Press Information Bureau Government of India Ministry of Defence |publisher=Government of India Ministry of Defence |url=http://pib.nic.in/newsite/PrintRelease.aspx?relid=155847}}</ref> He remained Director General of the NCC until 2017.
 
[[Lieutenant general|Lt. Gen.]] '''Vinod Vashisht''' is a former general of the [[Indian Army]]. He was appointed Director General of the [[National Cadet Corps (India)]] (NCC) on December 23 2016, succeeding Lt Gen [[Aniruddha Chakravarty]], who retired on August 31 of that year.<ref>{{Cite press release |title=Press Information Bureau Government of India Ministry of Defence |publisher=Government of India Ministry of Defence |url=http://pib.nic.in/newsite/PrintRelease.aspx?relid=155847}}</ref> He remained Director General of the NCC until 2017.
   
He was commissioned into the [[Regiment of Artillery]] in June 1979, after graduating from the [[Defence Services Staff College]], Higher Command Course and National Defence College. He held appointments such as Colonel General Staff of an Armoured Division and Secretary of the Chief of Staff Committee. He commanded a Regiment and Brigade in [[Jammu and Kashmir]] and an Artillery Division as part of a Strike Corps in the Southern Theater. He was assigned as Additional Military Secretary (A) with mandate of career management and posting of all officers of the Army up to the rank of Colonel. He was also the Commandant Officers Training Academy, Gaya.<ref>http://joinindianarmy.nic.in/bravo/ota-gaya.htm</ref>{
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<ref Dear Gentleman Cadet,/ref>
 
 
<ref • Congratulations and compliments as you climb another step in your career. In years to come you will assume responsibilities which have few parallels. Each will require 'quality investment', by yourself - for yourself. It is imperative that you have absolute clarity on perspective of what you do. During your stay at the Academy you have been made aware of several facets of being an officer of our proud army. I wish to highlight few issues even at the cost of repetition as it may.
 
 
• Yours is the profession of arms with key ingredients of the will to win, the sure knowledge that in a military mission there is no substitute for victory and that if you lose much will be at stake. Trust of the nation is placed in our armed forces – in you. Your uniform comes with blessings of a billion Indians. The very obsession of your public service must therefore be victory for the nation – always and every time. No Victory – No Return must be the dictum. This may imply peril to lives of your own and your team. The ethos of 'unlimited liability' in any assigned mission makes our profession distinct from any other. Unlimited liability implies accomplishment at any cost – your own life.
 
 
• Why does the world hold the Indian Army and its soldiers in such high esteem? Let me attempt a summary. Courage, Loyalty, Fidelity and Sacrifice are the basic virtues of our soldiers which are distinctly above the datum prevailing world over. Courage implies physical capacity and more importantly the mental robustness, Loyalty is to the country, comrades and subordinates, and, Fidelity is to the oath you take (remember it your life time). Sacrifice and selflessness often take a backseat as you grow because of inherent discomfort. I exhort you to keep these virtues at the forefront always. If you have control over your 'mind', nothing can cause a deviation. The power of mind is what counts. With Pack Alpha you can go on until you mind does not give up - recall your runbacks. On Courage – remember moral courage is as important for officers in particular.
 
 
• Character has been emphasized repeatedly at the Academy. I wish to highlight three facets that are not so often told. Firstly, it is the character that generates a capacity in you to be strong enough to know when you are weak and brave enough to face yourself when you are afraid. I think this is all important. Secondly, with character comes Chivalry - hallmark of an officer. Chivalry relates to ethical, moral and social code of conduct. Here I wish to draw your attention to unwritten codes. You know many of these already and will learn more in due course. Do not ever forget Chivalry while dealing with other officers, men, ladies and the society at large. This virtue has put the officer corps on a pedestal. No action of yours must dilute this standing. Character will also give you inner strength to choose the harder right than easier wrong. Also remember, in life you are answerable to yourself more than anyone else. And you alone will have to make a choice between the right and the wrong. Integrity is an intrinsic virtue of an individual with value system in place. Do not ever compromise despite temptations, in variably the easier wrong.
 
 
• What your men will expect of you has been debated with you many times over, even by yourselves, in ante rooms and class rooms. It is yet worth a repetition. Your JCOs and men expect you to maintain highest state of personal appearance – this includes fitness, turnout, dress codes and the way you walk, sit or run. They expect you to possess unassailable personal integrity and highest of morals. They expect you to treat each of them as individuals and with empathy (they are not sympathy seekers). They expect you to have courage to stand for them and defend them when they followed your orders which were in error – to assume the blame when you were in the wrong. Above all they want to see in you the ability to face danger and adversity. Never shy away and attempt escape.
 
 
• What can you expect from your span of command? You can expect total loyalty, devotion and admiration. Even if you are found slightly wanting, unlike other armies, our men will still admire you in abundance. They will always match your endurance, spirit and your desire for achievement. Tolerance among them is unparalleled. They will invariably find good in their commanders. It is therefore, imperative for officers – Lieutenants and Generals alike to prove themselves convincingly.
 
 
• 'Shaurya – Gyan – Sankalp' has been the motto of our Academy. This sums up the essence of excellence a soldier must strive for. Shaurya will never allow your honor, dignity and commitment to duty to be compromised. Gyan will distinguish you distinctly from your command and help you attain missions with ease. Above all, Sankalp – Resolve, is an extremely critical ingredient. I am sure you can relate to Resolve being the driving force behind many things you have done in your life. Shaurya – Gyan – Sankalp are your rallying points: to build courage when courage seems to fail; to regain faith when there seems to be little cause for it and to create hope when hope seems distant.
 
 
• You must respect all who don the uniform. Air Force and Navy are equally important components of our military power. Within Army, all arms and services have a unique role to play, albeit with varying degree of prowess. Do not undermine the importance of anyone. No one goes to battle alone, in any way. Within an arm/service all regiments and units must receive equal magnitude of recognition.
 
 
• Marriage must be a balanced affair. Army is a way of life and not merely a profession. This way of life has to be respected and nurtured. Primarily, marriage must not take your energies away from your professional commitments. It must not disturb the social fiber of the army as a larger family. Psychological conditioning of your spouse or spouse to be is important. She must be made fully aware of challenges and compulsions of being a military wife – simultaneous to domestic requirements and personal aspirations. Once married, respect her. Sacrifices made by our spouses have few parallels. At this time, I just say that do not treat this matter– impulsively and casually. More you will learn later.
 
 
• I wish to flag another issue of importance that is a task facilitator. And that is the ability to connect through communication. There are two aspects to it. Firstly, as a leader you have a brief time to communicate your instructions. Brevity with absolute precision and clarity is a must for all leaders at all stages of life until Generalship. Secondly, you will deal with people with all types of profile from all walks of life with different intellect and experience – you must be able to connect there as well. For these you will need to prepare – and prepare well and hard.
 
 
• Remember ours is a profession of arms. Security of the nation is our business. Confine yourself only to this. Let civilian voices argue merits and merits of the processes of governance, corruption, greed, deficit financing, taxes, the way economy is going due to faulty policies – and so on – none of these should divert your attention. Someone out there is working hard to protect your interests. You just do your job.
 
 
• A word on your life as a young officer. I will give some pointers. You can understand the rest. Treat your unit as a Home and be proud of it – best period of your life is spent here. While you may have an opportunity of some outings, the men spend over two dozen years of their prime youth in a unit. Therefore, do not disturb this Home. Be a professional NOT careerist, be naughty – but don't be mean, be outspoken but not loud, be friendly – but not familiar and be a team not an individual. You will learn more as days go by. For the current, remember these basics and add to this – 'I will not step on someone to move ahead.' Let me further add that in next few years you should focus on acquiring requisite skills, play hard and evolve from an individual to a team man. Inculcate reading habit. Try and write as well – writing is a good indicator of how much we do not know. Attempt these earnestly. Knowledge will separate you from the ordinary and help you to have a view point of your own. As a young officer, except breach of integrity, all sins are forgotten. This is an unwritten rule. Therefore, make mistakes but evolve.
 
 
• Let me also introduce you to a term, rather philosophical, which you may not have come across yet ……… 212 degrees leadership. Well, here is a law of science that could change your life. 212 degrees refers to Fahrenheit count. At 211 degrees, water is hot. At 212 degrees it boils. With boiling water comes steam. And steam can power a locomotive. It is one extra degree that makes all the difference. It is this one degree that separates the good from the great. What gets this extra degree? For the time being, just remember to imbibe and implement what you are taught or told during training, formally or informally. More you practice, closer you get to ground effect of 212. Later in life - This aspect will have much larger canvas. That can wait – life teaches.
 
 
• All that I have stated may appear to be a tall order. In fact, it is not. All that you are required to be is a 'simple good human being'. Nobility of spirit is paramount in anatomy of military courage and other affairs. Who can stop you from being good? It is 'you – yourself'. Carry out introspection and strengthen your values. There are no templates. Originality will yield better dividends. I can only advise you to 'say what you think and do what you say' – always. Be part of the implementation domain – there is no dearth of talkers on the road side. Make a resolve and adhere to codes (unwritten more important –remember)', and, you will emerge winners all the way – your entire career and entire life ahead.
 
 
• I wish you God speed. May you bloom where planted!
 
 
Jai Hind.
 
 
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*In 1989, Sudhakar Lal P. R., Joined [[Indian National Congress|Congress]] as District President (National Students' Union of India|NSUI) of Tumkur.
 
*In 1989, Sudhakar Lal P. R., Joined [[Indian National Congress|Congress]] as District President (National Students' Union of India|NSUI) of Tumkur.
 
*In 2000, He was elected as ZP Member from Holavana Halli Constitution.
 
*In 2000, He was elected as ZP Member from Holavana Halli Constitution.
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*In 2004, He was elected as ZP Member from Thovinakere as a [[JD(S)]] Member.
 
*In 2004, He was elected as ZP Member from Thovinakere as a [[JD(S)]] Member.
 
*In 2009, He was elected as ZP Member from Huli Kunte Constitution.
 
*In 2009, He was elected as ZP Member from Huli Kunte Constitution.

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'''Winter''' is the [[coldest]] [[season]] of the year in [[polar climate|polar]] and [[temperate climate]]s (winter does not occur in [[tropical climate]]s). It occurs after [[autumn]] and before [[spring (season)|spring]] in each year. Winter is caused by the axis of the Earth in that [[Hemispheres of Earth|hemisphere]] being oriented away from the [[Sun]]. Different cultures define different dates as the start of winter, and some use a definition based on weather. When it is winter in the [[Northern Hemisphere]], it is [[summer]] in the [[Southern Hemisphere]], and vice versa. In many regions, winter is associated with [[snow]] and [[freezing]] temperatures. The moment of [[winter solstice]] is when the sun's elevation with respect to the North or South Pole is at its most negative value (that is, the sun is at its farthest below the horizon as measured from the pole). The day on which this occurs has the shortest day and the longest night. The earliest sunset and latest sunrise dates outside the polar regions differ from the date of the winter solstice, however, and these depend on latitude, due to the variation in the solar day throughout the year caused by the Earth's elliptical orbit (see [[Analemma#Earliest and latest sunrise and sunset|earliest and latest sunrise and sunset]]).
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'''Winter''' is the [[hottest]] [[season]] of the year in [[polar climate|polar]] and [[temperate climate]]s (winter does not occur in [[tropical climate]]s). It occurs after [[autumn]] and before [[spring (season)|spring]] in each year. Winter is caused by the axis of the Earth in that [[Hemispheres of Earth|hemisphere]] being oriented away from the [[Sun]]. Different cultures define different dates as the start of winter, and some use a definition based on weather. When it is winter in the [[Northern Hemisphere]], it is [[summer]] in the [[Southern Hemisphere]], and vice versa. In many regions, winter is associated with [[snow]] and [[freezing]] temperatures. The moment of [[winter solstice]] is when the sun's elevation with respect to the North or South Pole is at its most negative value (that is, the sun is at its farthest below the horizon as measured from the pole). The day on which this occurs has the longest day and the shortest night. The earliest sunset and latest sunrise dates outside the polar regions differ from the date of the winter solstice, however, and these depend on latitude, due to the variation in the solar day throughout the year caused by the Earth's elliptical orbit (see [[Analemma#Earliest and latest sunrise and sunset|earliest and latest sunrise and sunset]]).
   
 
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