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Indian Space Research Organisation

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Disambiguated: nuclear energynuclear power

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According to Sivathanu Pillai, a distinguished professor at ISRO, India could be able to meet all its entire energy requirements by helium-3 from the moon by 2030.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/moon-india-energy-needs-fusion-helium-isro-space/1/886224.html|title=Moon could help power whole of India by 2030, says ISRO-associated scientist|last=|first=|date=February 19, 2017|website=India Today|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|access-date=}}</ref> However, ISRO currently has no plans to establish operations to mine helium-3 from the lunar surface.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://thewire.in/126926/isro-helium3-fake-news/|title=ISRO Is Not Going to Mine the Moon for Helium-3|last=Mukunth|first=Vasudevan|website=thewire.in|language=en-GB|access-date=2018-01-04}}</ref>
 
According to Sivathanu Pillai, a distinguished professor at ISRO, India could be able to meet all its entire energy requirements by helium-3 from the moon by 2030.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/moon-india-energy-needs-fusion-helium-isro-space/1/886224.html|title=Moon could help power whole of India by 2030, says ISRO-associated scientist|last=|first=|date=February 19, 2017|website=India Today|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|access-date=}}</ref> However, ISRO currently has no plans to establish operations to mine helium-3 from the lunar surface.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://thewire.in/126926/isro-helium3-fake-news/|title=ISRO Is Not Going to Mine the Moon for Helium-3|last=Mukunth|first=Vasudevan|website=thewire.in|language=en-GB|access-date=2018-01-04}}</ref>
   
Helium-3 is considered a potentional and highly potent energy source, since, according to the [[European Space Agency]]'s (ESA) website, "this isotope could provide safer [[nuclear energy]] in a [[Fusion power|fusion reactor]], since it is not [[Radioactivity|radioactive]] and would not produce dangerous waste products."<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Preparing_for_the_Future/Space_for_Earth/Energy/Helium-3_mining_on_the_lunar_surface|title=Helium-3 mining on the lunar surface|last=|first=|date=|website=European Space Agency|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|access-date=}}</ref>
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Helium-3 is considered a potentional and highly potent energy source, since, according to the [[European Space Agency]]'s (ESA) website, "this isotope could provide safer [[nuclear power|nuclear energy]] in a [[Fusion power|fusion reactor]], since it is not [[Radioactivity|radioactive]] and would not produce dangerous waste products."<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Preparing_for_the_Future/Space_for_Earth/Energy/Helium-3_mining_on_the_lunar_surface|title=Helium-3 mining on the lunar surface|last=|first=|date=|website=European Space Agency|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|access-date=}}</ref>
   
 
==Applications==
 
==Applications==

Category:19th century in Catalonia

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{{CatPair|18th century in Catalonia|20th century in Catalonia}}
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[[Category:Centuries in Catalonia]]
 
[[Category:Centuries in Catalonia]]
 
[[Category:19th century in Spain|Catalonia]]
 
[[Category:19th century in Spain|Catalonia]]

Indian vice-presidential election, 1952

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| image1 = Photograph of Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan presented to First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy in 1962.jpg
 
| image1 = Photograph of Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan presented to First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy in 1962.jpg
 
| nominee1 = [[Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan]]
 
| nominee1 = [[Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan]]
| party1 = Independent (politician)
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| party1 = Independent politician
 
| home_state1 = [[Tamil Nadu]]
 
| home_state1 = [[Tamil Nadu]]
| electoral_vote1 = '''won unopposed'''
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| electoral_vote1 = '''Unopposed'''
 
| title = Vice-President
 
| title = Vice-President
 
 
 
| after_election = [[Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan]]
 
| after_election = [[Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan]]
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==See also==
 
==See also==
[[Indian presidential election, 1952]]
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==References==
 
==References==

Burns supper

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===Soup course===
 
===Soup course===
The supper starts with the soup course. Normally, a Scottish soup, such as [[Scotch broth]], potato soup, [[cullen skink]], or [[cock-a-leekie soup|cock-a-leekie]], is served. Lulu pours everyone tequila.
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The supper starts with the soup course. Normally, a Scottish soup, such as [[Scotch broth]], potato soup, [[cullen skink]], or [[cock-a-leekie soup|cock-a-leekie]], is served.
   
 
===Haggis===
 
===Haggis===

Joe Veleno

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Regular season and playoffs

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Wikipedia:Notability

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**The book-length history of [[IBM]] by [[Robert Sobel]] is plainly non-trivial coverage of IBM.
 
**The book-length history of [[IBM]] by [[Robert Sobel]] is plainly non-trivial coverage of IBM.
 
**[[Martin Walker (reporter)|Martin Walker]]'s statement, in a newspaper article about [[Bill Clinton]],{{refn|{{cite news|title=Tough love child of Kennedy|author=Martin Walker|date=1992-01-06|work=[[The Guardian]]|url=http://www.guardian.co.uk/usa/story/0,,1240962,00.html}} }} that "In high school, he was part of a jazz band called Three Blind Mice" is plainly a trivial mention of that band.
 
**[[Martin Walker (reporter)|Martin Walker]]'s statement, in a newspaper article about [[Bill Clinton]],{{refn|{{cite news|title=Tough love child of Kennedy|author=Martin Walker|date=1992-01-06|work=[[The Guardian]]|url=http://www.guardian.co.uk/usa/story/0,,1240962,00.html}} }} that "In high school, he was part of a jazz band called Three Blind Mice" is plainly a trivial mention of that band.
* "Reliable" means sources need editorial integrity{{Definition needed}} to allow [[Wikipedia:Verifiability|verifiable]] evaluation of notability, per [[Wikipedia:Reliable sources|the reliable source guideline]]. Sources may encompass [[Wikipedia:Published|published]] works in all forms and media, and [[WP:NONENG|in any language]]. Availability of secondary sources covering the subject is a good test for notability.
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* "Reliable" means sources need editorial integrity to allow [[Wikipedia:Verifiability|verifiable]] evaluation of notability, per [[Wikipedia:Reliable sources|the reliable source guideline]]. Sources may encompass [[Wikipedia:Published|published]] works in all forms and media, and [[WP:NONENG|in any language]]. Availability of secondary sources covering the subject is a good test for notability.
 
* "Sources"<ref>Including <em>but not limited to</em> newspapers, books and e-books, magazines, television and radio documentaries, reports by government agencies, and academic journals. In the absence of multiple sources, it must be possible to verify that the source reflects a neutral point of view, is credible and provides sufficient detail for a comprehensive article.</ref> should be [[Wikipedia:No original research#Primary, secondary and tertiary sources|secondary sources]], as those provide the most objective evidence of notability. There is no fixed number of sources required since sources vary in quality and depth of coverage, but multiple sources are generally expected.<ref>Lack of multiple sources suggests that the topic may be more suitable for inclusion in an article on a broader topic. It is common for multiple newspapers or journals to publish the same story, sometimes with minor alterations or different headlines, but one story does not constitute multiple works. Several journals simultaneously publishing different articles does not always constitute multiple works, especially when the authors are relying on the same sources, and merely restating the same information. Similarly, a series of publications by the same author or in the same periodical is normally counted as one source.</ref> Sources do ''not'' have to be [[WP:SOURCEACCESS|available online]] or [[WP:NONENG|written in English]]. Multiple publications from the same author or organization are usually regarded as a single source for the purposes of establishing notability.
 
* "Sources"<ref>Including <em>but not limited to</em> newspapers, books and e-books, magazines, television and radio documentaries, reports by government agencies, and academic journals. In the absence of multiple sources, it must be possible to verify that the source reflects a neutral point of view, is credible and provides sufficient detail for a comprehensive article.</ref> should be [[Wikipedia:No original research#Primary, secondary and tertiary sources|secondary sources]], as those provide the most objective evidence of notability. There is no fixed number of sources required since sources vary in quality and depth of coverage, but multiple sources are generally expected.<ref>Lack of multiple sources suggests that the topic may be more suitable for inclusion in an article on a broader topic. It is common for multiple newspapers or journals to publish the same story, sometimes with minor alterations or different headlines, but one story does not constitute multiple works. Several journals simultaneously publishing different articles does not always constitute multiple works, especially when the authors are relying on the same sources, and merely restating the same information. Similarly, a series of publications by the same author or in the same periodical is normally counted as one source.</ref> Sources do ''not'' have to be [[WP:SOURCEACCESS|available online]] or [[WP:NONENG|written in English]]. Multiple publications from the same author or organization are usually regarded as a single source for the purposes of establishing notability.
 
* "Independent of the subject" excludes works produced by the article's subject or someone affiliated with it. For example, advertising, press releases, autobiographies, and the subject's website are not considered independent.<ref>Works produced by the subject, or those with a strong connection to them, are unlikely to be strong evidence of notability. See also: [[Wikipedia:Verifiability#Questionable sources]] for handling of such situations.</ref>
 
* "Independent of the subject" excludes works produced by the article's subject or someone affiliated with it. For example, advertising, press releases, autobiographies, and the subject's website are not considered independent.<ref>Works produced by the subject, or those with a strong connection to them, are unlikely to be strong evidence of notability. See also: [[Wikipedia:Verifiability#Questionable sources]] for handling of such situations.</ref>

Easter egg (media)

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==In computing==
 
==In computing==
 
===Software===
 
===Software===
[[File:Google Maps "Mordor" easter egg.png|thumb|Asking Google Maps for walking directions between fictional locations from [[Lord of the Rings]] produced this "Easter egg" response, quoting a character's warning from the story.<ref>{{cite web|last1=Wagstaff|first1=Keith|title=Google Maps Easter Egg: 'One Does Not Simply Walk Into Mordor'|url=http://techland.time.com/2011/12/21/google-maps-easter-egg-one-does-not-simply-walk-into-mordor/|website=Time|access-date=4 November 2017|date=21 December 2011}}</ref>]]
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[[File:Google Maps "Mordor" easter egg.png|thumb|Asking Google Maps for walking directions between fictional locations from ''[[Lord of the Rings]]'' produced this "Easter egg" response, quoting a character's warning from the story.<ref>{{cite web|last1=Wagstaff|first1=Keith|title=Google Maps Easter Egg: 'One Does Not Simply Walk Into Mordor'|url=http://techland.time.com/2011/12/21/google-maps-easter-egg-one-does-not-simply-walk-into-mordor/|website=Time|access-date=4 November 2017|date=21 December 2011}}</ref>]]
   
 
In [[computer software]], Easter eggs are secret responses that occur as a result of an undocumented set of commands. The results can vary from a simple printed message or image to a page of programmer credits or a small video game hidden inside an otherwise serious piece of software.
 
In [[computer software]], Easter eggs are secret responses that occur as a result of an undocumented set of commands. The results can vary from a simple printed message or image to a page of programmer credits or a small video game hidden inside an otherwise serious piece of software.

Carol Nakamura

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| birth_place = [[Rio de Janeiro]], [[Brazil]]
 
| birth_place = [[Rio de Janeiro]], [[Brazil]]
 
| occupation = Television Presenter, Actress, Model, Dancer
 
| occupation = Television Presenter, Actress, Model, Dancer
| yearsactive = 2004–
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| parents =
 
| parents =
 
| spouse =
 
| spouse =
| children = 1 (Juan)
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User:Sugandhi jayaprakash/sandbox

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http://www.chipinkaiyajazz.com/2017/07/blog-post_16.html
 
http://www.chipinkaiyajazz.com/2017/07/blog-post_16.html
 
http://www.crucibleofmusic.com/saraswati-at-montreux-abhijith-sandeep-ft-dave-weckl-mohini-dey/
 
http://www.crucibleofmusic.com/saraswati-at-montreux-abhijith-sandeep-ft-dave-weckl-mohini-dey/
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{{AFC submission|||ts=20180105082156|u=Sugandhi jayaprakash|ns=2}}

User:Iambetterthanu3.0/sandbox

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New page

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Istanbul Metro

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The route splits to form a short one-station [[branch line|spur line]] at the '''[[Kağıthane|Sanayi Mahallesi]]''' station to the following station:
 
The route splits to form a short one-station [[branch line|spur line]] at the '''[[Kağıthane|Sanayi Mahallesi]]''' station to the following station:
* '''[[Seyrantepe (Istanbul Metro)|Seyrantepe]]'''
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* '''[[Seyrantepe (Istanbul Metro)|Seyrantepe]]''' (''transfer to:'' [[F3 (Istanbul Metro)|F3]])
   
 
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Bobby Henderson (activist)

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{{Use mdy dates|date=August 2017}}
 
{{Use mdy dates|date=August 2017}}
   
'''Bobby Henderson''' (born July 18, 1980) is the founder of [[Pastafarianism]],. He is a [[physics]] graduate from [[Oregon State University]]. He was born in [[Roseburg, Oregon]].
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'''Bobby Henderson''' (born July 18, 1980) is the founder of [[Pastafarianism]]. He is a [[physics]] graduate from [[Oregon State University]]. He was born in [[Roseburg, Oregon]].
   
 
== Pastafarianism ==
 
== Pastafarianism ==

Wilhelm Backhaus

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{{Refimprove|date=August 2007}}
 
{{Refimprove|date=August 2007}}
 
[[File:WP Wilhelm Backhaus.jpg|thumb|Wilhelm Backhaus, 1907]]
 
[[File:WP Wilhelm Backhaus.jpg|thumb|Wilhelm Backhaus, 1907]]
'''Wilhelm Backhaus''' ('Bachaus' on some record labels) (26 March 1884 &ndash; 5 July 1969)<ref name="Baker">{{cite book | last = Slonimsky |first = Nicolas | authorlink = | author2 = Theodore Baker | title = Baker's Biographical Dictionary of Musicians|edition= Eighth | publisher = Schirmer Books | year = 1992 | location = New York, New York | pages = | url = | doi = | id = | isbn = }}</ref> was a [[Germany|German]] [[pianist]] and [[pedagogue]]. He was particularly well known for his interpretations of Beethoven and [[romantic music]] such as that by Brahms. He was also much admired as a [[chamber music]]ian. He seems to have favoured Bösendorfer pianos as he can be seen playing this instrument in commercial videos with [[Karl Böhm]] and [[Hans Knappertsbusch]] conducting. Also see his original photograph and handwritten letter of appreciation of the Bösendorfer in their main showroom in Vienna.{{citation needed|date=May 2015}}
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'''Wilhelm Backhaus''' ('Bachaus' on some record labels) (26 March 1884 &ndash; 5 July 1969)<ref name="Baker">{{cite book | last = Slonimsky |first = Nicolas | authorlink = | author2 = Theodore Baker | title = Baker's Biographical Dictionary of Musicians|edition= Eighth | publisher = Schirmer Books | year = 1992 | location = New York, New York | pages = | url = | doi = | id = | isbn = }}</ref> was a [[Germany|German]] [[pianist]] and [[pedagogue]]. He was particularly well known for his interpretations of Beethoven and [[romantic music]] such as that by Brahms. He was also much admired as a [[chamber music]]ian. He seems to have favoured Bösendorfer pianos as he can be seen playing this instrument in commercial videos with [[Karl Böhm]] and [[Hans Knappertsbusch]] conducting. His original photograph and handwritten letter of appreciation of the Bösendorfer can be seen in their main showroom in Vienna.{{citation needed|date=May 2015}}
   
 
==Musical biography==
 
==Musical biography==

User:Anna Benga/sandbox

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'''Svala Thorisdottir Salman''' (July 28, 1945 – March 28, 1998), was an Icelandic painter. She was born in [[Reykjavík]], [[Iceland]] but spent most of her life in [[Washington D.C.]]. After fighting heroically for almost five years she finally succumbed to cancer at the Washington Home Hospice. Her last years were her most productive as an artist.<ref>[http://www.example.org https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/local/1998/03/30/svala-thorisdottir-salman-dies-at-52/de769326-16ec-40aa-ac03-f5b2c8f63207/?utm_term=.c6d161ce1eea].</ref>
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'''Svala Thorisdottir Salman''' (July 28, 1945 – March 28, 1998), was an Icelandic painter. She was born in [[Reykjavík]], [[Iceland]] but spent most of her life in [[Washington D.C.]]. There she succumbed to cancer after fighting heroically for almost five years. Her last years were her most productive as an artist.<ref>[http://www.example.org https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/local/1998/03/30/svala-thorisdottir-salman-dies-at-52/de769326-16ec-40aa-ac03-f5b2c8f63207/?utm_term=.c6d161ce1eea].</ref>
   
 
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After graduating from [http://www.example.org https://is.wikipedia.org/wiki/Myndlista-_og_hand%C3%ADðaskóli_Íslands The Icelandic College of Art and Crafts|]] she left for England where she spent a year at
Svala decided early to become a painter. After graduating from [[The Icelandic College of Art and Crafts|https://is.wikipedia.org/wiki/Myndlista-_og_hand%C3%ADðaskóli_Íslands]] she left for England where she spent a year at
 

Someday We'll All Be Free (album)

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| Released = 1985
 
| Released = 1985
 
| Recorded = 1985
 
| Recorded = 1985
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| Studio = Yamaha Studios, [[Glendale, California]]; Hit City West, Los Angeles
 
| Genre = [[Rhythm and blues|R&B]]
 
| Genre = [[Rhythm and blues|R&B]]
 
| Length = 32:17
 
| Length = 32:17
 
| Label = Beverly Glen Music
 
| Label = Beverly Glen Music
| Producer = Bobby Womack
 
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| Producer = Bobby Womack, [[Patrick Moten]]; "I Wish I Had Someone to Go Home To" by [[Andrew Loog Oldham]], [[James Gadson]]
 
| Last album = ''[[So Many Rivers]]''<br />(1985)
 
| Last album = ''[[So Many Rivers]]''<br />(1985)
 
| This album = '''''Someday We'll All Be Free'''''<br />(1985)
 
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*Bobby Womack - vocals, guitar
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*Charles Fearing, Craig T. Cooper, [[David T. Walker]] - guitar
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*Dale Ramsey, [[Patrick Moten]] - keyboards
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*[[Clarence McDonald]], Dean Gant, Lathan Omar, Ramsey Embick - synthesizer
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*Craig T. Cooper, [[Harvey Mason]], [[James Gadson]], [[Ricky Lawson]] - drums, drum machine
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*[[Dorothy Ashby]] - harp
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*[[Eddie "Bongo" Brown]], [[Paulinho Da Costa]] - percussion
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*[[Don Myrick]] - saxophone
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*[[Chuck Findley]], Gary Grant, [[Jerry Hey]] - trumpet
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*Otis Smith - executive producer
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*[[Norman Seeff]] - cover photography
   
 
==References==
 
==References==
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[[Category:1985 albums]]
 
[[Category:1985 albums]]
 
[[Category:Bobby Womack albums]]
 
[[Category:Bobby Womack albums]]
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[[Category:albums produced by Andrew Loog Oldham]]

Leo Blair

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{{notability|Academics|date=July 2016}}
 
{{notability|Academics|date=July 2016}}
'''Leo Charles Lynton Blair''' (born '''Charles Leonard Augustus Parsons'''; 4 August 1923{{spaced ndash}}16 November 2012) was a [[British people|British]] barrister and law lecturer at [[Durham University]].<ref name=bbc>{{cite web|url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-20354638 |title=BBC News - Tony Blair's father Leo dies at the age of 89 |publisher=Bbc.co.uk |date=2007-05-10 |accessdate=2012-11-16}}</ref> He was the author of the book ''The Commonwealth Public Service''. He was the father of [[Tony Blair]], the former [[Prime Minister of the United Kingdom]], and of [[William Blair (judge)|Sir William Blair]], a [[High Court judge]].
 
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| name = Leo Blair
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| nationality = British
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) was a [[British people|British]] barrister and law lecturer at [[Durham University]].<ref name="bbc">{{cite web|url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-20354638 |title=BBC News - Tony Blair's father Leo dies at the age of 89 |publisher=Bbc.co.uk |date=2007-05-10 |accessdate=2012-11-16}}</ref> He was the author of the book ''The Commonwealth Public Service''. He was the father of [[Tony Blair]], the former [[Prime Minister of the United Kingdom]], and of [[William Blair (judge)|Sir William Blair]], a [[High Court judge]].
   
 
==Biography==
 
==Biography==

Kim Jong-hyun (singer)

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{{Infobox person
 
{{Infobox person
 
| name = Kim Jong-hyun
 
| name = Kim Jong-hyun
| image = Jonghyun at Dazed x Boon The Shop Event in May 2016 01.jpg
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| image = 20170708 SMTOWN LIVE - 종현 '데자부' 4K 직캠.jpg
 
| caption = Jonghyun at SM Town Live in July 2017
 
| caption = Jonghyun at SM Town Live in July 2017
 
| native_name = 김종현
 
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'''Kim Jong-hyun''' (April 8, 1990<ref>{{cite book|author=Mark Russell|title=K-Pop Now!: The Korean Music Revolution|page=67|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=etDZAwAAQBAJ|date=April 29, 2014|publisher=Tuttle Publishing|isbn=978-1-4629-1411-1}}</ref> – December 18, 2017),<ref>{{cite news |title=Shinee singer Jonghyun: K-pop boy band superstar dies |url=http://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-42393242 |date=December 18, 2017 |publisher=[[BBC News]] |access-date=December 18, 2017}}</ref> better known [[Mononymous person|mononymously]] as '''Jonghyun''', was a [[South Korea]]n singer-songwriter, radio host, and author. He was a vocalist of the South Korean [[Boy band|boy group]] [[Shinee]], and further participated in [[S.M. Entertainment]]'s project group [[S.M. The Ballad]]. Jonghyun debuted as a solo artist on January 12, 2015, with his first [[extended play|EP]], titled ''[[Base (EP)|Base]]''. In the same year, on September 17, Jonghyun released a compilation album, ''[[Story Op.1]]''. On May 24, 2016, Jonghyun released his first studio album, ''[[She Is]]'', followed by his second compilation album, ''[[Story Op.2]]'' on April 24, 2017.
 
'''Kim Jong-hyun''' (April 8, 1990<ref>{{cite book|author=Mark Russell|title=K-Pop Now!: The Korean Music Revolution|page=67|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=etDZAwAAQBAJ|date=April 29, 2014|publisher=Tuttle Publishing|isbn=978-1-4629-1411-1}}</ref> – December 18, 2017),<ref>{{cite news |title=Shinee singer Jonghyun: K-pop boy band superstar dies |url=http://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-42393242 |date=December 18, 2017 |publisher=[[BBC News]] |access-date=December 18, 2017}}</ref> better known [[Mononymous person|mononymously]] as '''Jonghyun''', was a [[South Korea]]n singer-songwriter, radio host, and author. He was a vocalist of the South Korean [[Boy band|boy group]] [[Shinee]], and further participated in [[S.M. Entertainment]]'s project group [[S.M. The Ballad]]. Jonghyun debuted as a solo artist on January 12, 2015, with his first [[extended play|EP]], titled ''[[Base (EP)|Base]]''. In the same year, on September 17, Jonghyun released a compilation album, ''[[Story Op.1]]''. On May 24, 2016, Jonghyun released his first studio album, ''[[She Is]]'', followed by his second compilation album, ''[[Story Op.2]]'' on April 24, 2017.
 
 
==Career==
 
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===2008–2014: Career beginnings===
 
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== Diagnostic Course 2017 ==
   
Supported by InSimu Patient app Supported by InSimu Patient app, a pilot diagnostic course<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.edu.unideb.hu/news.php?id=217|title=University of Debrecen -|last=|first=|date=|website=www.edu.unideb.hu|language=en|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|access-date=2018-01-04}}</ref> was launched at the the Faculty of Medicine of the [[University of Debrecen]] in 2017, where students having lectures on differential diagnostics could put the theory into practice on the virtual patients.
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Busan International Film Festival

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List of United Kingdom council leaders

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Muchin College Prep

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'''Muchin College Prep''' is a [[Public school (government funded)|public]] four-year [[Charter school|charter]] [[high school]] located in the [[Loop, Chicago|Chicago Loop]] in [[Chicago, Illinois]], United States. It is a part of the [[Noble Network of Charter Schools]]. It is named for Allan and Elaine Muchin. Mr. Muchin is Chairman Emeritus of Katten Muchin and Rosenman LLP. Additionally, the science labs at Muchin were made possible by Michael and Karyn Lutz and Baxter International has been an active partner, contributing to the growth of the science labs and providing career exploration programs as well as scholarships for Muchin alumni.<ref>[http://muchincollegeprep.noblenetwork.org/about/history-and-campus-overview MCP History and Campus Overview]</ref> The school's song was both written and composed by David Redick.
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'''Muchin College Prep''' is a [[Public school (government funded)|public]] four-year [[Charter school|charter]] [[high school]] located in the [[Loop, Chicago|Chicago Loop]] in [[Chicago, Illinois]], United States. It is a part of the [[Noble Network of Charter Schools]]. It is named for Allan and Elaine Muchin. Mr. Muchin is Chairman Emeritus of Katten Muchin and Rosenman LLP. Additionally, the science labs at Muchin were made possible by Michael and Karyn Lutz and Baxter International has been an active partner, contributing to the growth of the science labs and providing career exploration programs as well as scholarships for Muchin alumni.<ref>[http://muchincollegeprep.noblenetwork.org/about/history-and-campus-overview MCP History and Campus Overview]</ref>.
 
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The Istana

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Tarzan (1999 film)

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* [[Tony Goldwyn]] as [[Tarzan]], an eighteen year old man<ref>http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0120855/trivia?ref_=tt_ql_2</ref> raised by gorillas who finds out he is truly a human. [[Glen Keane]] served as the supervising animator for Tarzan as an adult, while John Ripa animated Tarzan as an infant and child. John Ripa studied the movements of young chimpanzees to use for young Tarzan's animation.<ref name="Green" /> Brian Blessed provided the [[Tarzan yell]], while Goldwyn provided Tarzan's speaking voice.
 
* [[Tony Goldwyn]] as [[Tarzan]], an eighteen year old man<ref>http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0120855/trivia?ref_=tt_ql_2</ref> raised by gorillas who finds out he is truly a human. [[Glen Keane]] served as the supervising animator for Tarzan as an adult, while John Ripa animated Tarzan as an infant and child. John Ripa studied the movements of young chimpanzees to use for young Tarzan's animation.<ref name="Green" /> Brian Blessed provided the [[Tarzan yell]], while Goldwyn provided Tarzan's speaking voice.
 
:*[[Alex D. Linz]] as young Tarzan
 
:*[[Alex D. Linz]] as young Tarzan
* [[Minnie Driver]] as [[Jane Porter (Tarzan)|Jane Porter]], an eccentric, kind and intelligent young lady. She's the first of the group to encounter Tarzan and they fall in love. Ken Duncan served as the supervising animator for Jane. Many of Driver's mannerisms and characteristics were incorporated into Jane's animation. The scene where Jane describes meeting Tarzan for the first time to her father and Clayton was improvised by Driver, resulting in Ken Duncan animating one of the longest animated scenes on record. The scene took 7 weeks to animate and 73 feet of film.<ref name="Green" />
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* [[Minnie Driver]] as [[Jane Porter (Tarzan)|Jane Porter]], an eccentric, kind and intelligent young woman. She's the first of the group to encounter Tarzan and they fall in love. Ken Duncan served as the supervising animator for Jane. Many of Driver's mannerisms and characteristics were incorporated into Jane's animation. The scene where Jane describes meeting Tarzan for the first time to her father and Clayton was improvised by Driver, resulting in Ken Duncan animating one of the longest animated scenes on record. The scene took 7 weeks to animate and 73 feet of film.<ref name="Green" />
 
* [[Glenn Close]] as [[Kala (Tarzan)|Kala]], Tarzan's adoptive mother who found and raised him after losing her last biological son to Sabor. She is Kerchak's mate. [[Russ Edmonds]] served as the supervising animator for Kala.
 
* [[Glenn Close]] as [[Kala (Tarzan)|Kala]], Tarzan's adoptive mother who found and raised him after losing her last biological son to Sabor. She is Kerchak's mate. [[Russ Edmonds]] served as the supervising animator for Kala.
 
* [[Lance Henriksen]] as [[Kerchak]], Kala's mate and the leader of the [[Western gorilla|gorilla]] troop who does not adjust properly to Tarzan since he is human, but before he dies, he finally accepts him as his son and leaves him to lead the troop. [[Bruce W. Smith]] served as the supervising animator for Kerchak.
 
* [[Lance Henriksen]] as [[Kerchak]], Kala's mate and the leader of the [[Western gorilla|gorilla]] troop who does not adjust properly to Tarzan since he is human, but before he dies, he finally accepts him as his son and leaves him to lead the troop. [[Bruce W. Smith]] served as the supervising animator for Kerchak.

Steve Alford

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{{MedalGold|[[1984 Summer Olympics|1984 Los Angeles]] | [[Basketball at the 1984 Summer Olympics|Basketball]]}}
 
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'''Stephen Todd Alford''' (born November 23, 1964) is an American [[basketball]] coach, former player, and current head coach of the [[UCLA Bruins men's basketball]] team.
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'''Stephen Todd Alford''' (born November 23, 1964) is a mediocre American [[basketball]] coach, former player, and current head coach of the [[UCLA Bruins men's basketball]] team.
   
 
Alford helped lead [[Indiana Hoosiers men's basketball|Indiana University]] to a national championship in the [[1987 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament|1987 NCAA tournament]], when [[Keith Smart]] hit the winning jump shot against [[Syracuse Orange men's basketball|Syracuse]]. At Indiana, he earned first team All-[[Big Ten]] honors three times and became Indiana's all-time leading scorer at the time.
 
Alford helped lead [[Indiana Hoosiers men's basketball|Indiana University]] to a national championship in the [[1987 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament|1987 NCAA tournament]], when [[Keith Smart]] hit the winning jump shot against [[Syracuse Orange men's basketball|Syracuse]]. At Indiana, he earned first team All-[[Big Ten]] honors three times and became Indiana's all-time leading scorer at the time.

File:Lanre Alfred at the Book ('The Titans') Presentation, Protea Hotel, Lagos Nigeria, Dec 2018.jpg

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Mikill Pane

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* ''Blame Miss Barclay'' (2013)
 
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Popeye (film)

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United States presidential pets

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|title=The Handy Science Answer Book | publisher=Visible Ink Press | date=2011 | accessdate=October 3, 2015}}</ref>
 
|title=The Handy Science Answer Book | publisher=Visible Ink Press | date=2011 | accessdate=October 3, 2015}}</ref>
 
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2018 CONCACAF Champions League

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| other_titles = 2018 Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League
 
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Talk:Senior inspector

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List of original programs distributed by Netflix

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Indian vice-presidential election, 1957

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| nominee1 = [[Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan]]
 
| nominee1 = [[Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan]]
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| title = Vice-President
 
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| before_election = [[Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan]]
 
| before_election = [[Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan]]
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| after_election = [[Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan]]
 
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The '''1957 Indian vice presidential election''' was held on in 1957 to elect [[Vice-President of India]]. [[Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan]] was reelected unopposed.<ref name=eci>[http://eci.nic.in/eci_main/President_VP_Elec2012/Vice%20Presidentail%20Election%20Background.pdf BACKGROUND MATERIAL REGARDING FOURTEENTH ELECTION TO THE OFFICE OF THE VICE-PRESIDENT, 2012, ELECTION COMMISSION OF INDIA]</ref> Should the election contested by more than one candidate, the poll would occurred on 11 May 1957.
 
The '''1957 Indian vice presidential election''' was held on in 1957 to elect [[Vice-President of India]]. [[Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan]] was reelected unopposed.<ref name=eci>[http://eci.nic.in/eci_main/President_VP_Elec2012/Vice%20Presidentail%20Election%20Background.pdf BACKGROUND MATERIAL REGARDING FOURTEENTH ELECTION TO THE OFFICE OF THE VICE-PRESIDENT, 2012, ELECTION COMMISSION OF INDIA]</ref> Should the election contested by more than one candidate, the poll would occurred on 11 May 1957.
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
[[Indian presidential election, 1957]]
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Bivalve shell

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A '''bivalve shell''' is part of the body, the [[exoskeleton]] or shell, of a [[Bivalvia|bivalve]] [[mollusc|mollusk]]. In life, the shell of this class of mollusks is composed of two hinged parts or ''[[Valve (mollusc)|valves]]''. Bivalves are very common in essentially all aquatic locales, including saltwater, [[brackish]] water, and freshwater. The shells of bivalves commonly wash up on beaches (often as separate valves) and along the edges of lakes, rivers, and streams.
 
A '''bivalve shell''' is part of the body, the [[exoskeleton]] or shell, of a [[Bivalvia|bivalve]] [[mollusc|mollusk]]. In life, the shell of this class of mollusks is composed of two hinged parts or ''[[Valve (mollusc)|valves]]''. Bivalves are very common in essentially all aquatic locales, including saltwater, [[brackish]] water, and freshwater. The shells of bivalves commonly wash up on beaches (often as separate valves) and along the edges of lakes, rivers, and streams.
   
Bivalves by definition possess two shells or ''valves'', a "right valve" and a "left valve", that are joined by a [[ligament]]. The two valves usually articulate with one another using structures known as "teeth" which are situated along the [[hinge line]]. In many (but by no means all) bivalve shells, the two valves are symmetrical along the hinge line— when truly symmetrical, such an animal is said to be ''equivalved''; if the valves vary from each other in size or shape, ''inequivalved''. If symmetrical front-to-back, the valves are said to be ''equilateral'', and are otherwise considered ''inequilateral''.
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Bivalves by definition possess two shells or ''valves'', a "right valve" and a "left valve", that are joined by a [[ligament]]. The two valves usually articulate with one another using structures known as "teeth" which are situated along the [[hinge line]]. In many bivalve shells, the two valves are symmetrical along the hinge line— when truly symmetrical, such an animal is said to be ''equivalved''; if the valves vary from each other in size or shape, ''inequivalved''. If symmetrical front-to-back, the valves are said to be ''equilateral'', and are otherwise considered ''inequilateral''.
   
 
This exoskeleton serves not only for muscle attachment, but also for protection from predators and from mechanical damage. The shell has several layers, and is typically made of [[calcium carbonate]] precipitated out into an organic matrix. It is secreted by a part of the molluscan body known as the [[Mantle (mollusc)|mantle]].
 
This exoskeleton serves not only for muscle attachment, but also for protection from predators and from mechanical damage. The shell has several layers, and is typically made of [[calcium carbonate]] precipitated out into an organic matrix. It is secreted by a part of the molluscan body known as the [[Mantle (mollusc)|mantle]].

List of Pragyan editions

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Infotainment included Informals Fire Show, 3D Projection Mapping, Comedy Nightout by TVF, Pragyan's Got Talent Shows, Thalavattam Band and a Robo Dance performance by Robo Ganesh.
 
Infotainment included Informals Fire Show, 3D Projection Mapping, Comedy Nightout by TVF, Pragyan's Got Talent Shows, Thalavattam Band and a Robo Dance performance by Robo Ganesh.
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Pragyan'16 was phenomenal in offering Infotainement shows as many talented and enchanting performers were presented as a part of Infotainment. A few honorable mentions include J C Sum, Sorabh Pant, Girasomnis and Illuminati.
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Arun Manilal Gandhi

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'''Arun Manilal Gandhi''' (born 1934) is an Indian-American socio-political activist, and the fifth grandson of [[Mohandas Gandhi]] through his second son [[Manilal Gandhi|Manilal]]. Although he has followed in the footsteps of his grandfather as an activist, he has eschewed the [[Asceticism|ascetic]] lifestyle of his grandfather.
 
'''Arun Manilal Gandhi''' (born 1934) is an Indian-American socio-political activist, and the fifth grandson of [[Mohandas Gandhi]] through his second son [[Manilal Gandhi|Manilal]]. Although he has followed in the footsteps of his grandfather as an activist, he has eschewed the [[Asceticism|ascetic]] lifestyle of his grandfather.
   

WWE SmackDown Women's Championship

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User:VASUDHARAO1

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User account VASUDHARAO1 was created

Kh-55

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* '''Kh-55/65SD''' (средней дальности ''Srednei Dalnosti'' - 'Medium Range') - 300&nbsp;km range conventional version announced in 1995, possibly for export. Shared components with the Kh-101, range reportedly increased to 600&nbsp;km with a high-altitude approach, but the Kh-SD was apparently shelved in 2001.<ref name="JSWS">{{citation|url=http://www.janes.com/extracts/extract/jsws/jswsa036.html |title=Kh-65SE/Kh-SD |journal=Jane's Strategic Weapon Systems |date=2008-09-09 |accessdate=2009-02-06 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20090604084914/http://www.janes.com/extracts/extract/jsws/jswsa036.html |archivedate=June 4, 2009 }}</ref> An alternative active radar seeker was proposed for anti-shipping use.
 
* '''Kh-55/65SD''' (средней дальности ''Srednei Dalnosti'' - 'Medium Range') - 300&nbsp;km range conventional version announced in 1995, possibly for export. Shared components with the Kh-101, range reportedly increased to 600&nbsp;km with a high-altitude approach, but the Kh-SD was apparently shelved in 2001.<ref name="JSWS">{{citation|url=http://www.janes.com/extracts/extract/jsws/jswsa036.html |title=Kh-65SE/Kh-SD |journal=Jane's Strategic Weapon Systems |date=2008-09-09 |accessdate=2009-02-06 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20090604084914/http://www.janes.com/extracts/extract/jsws/jswsa036.html |archivedate=June 4, 2009 }}</ref> An alternative active radar seeker was proposed for anti-shipping use.
 
* '''Kh-555''' (NATO ''''Kent-C'''', Kh-55SE, Kh-55Sh)<ref name="Janes" /> - conventionally armed version with an improved guidance system and warhead. It became operational in 2000.<ref name="55SE" /> Entered service in 2004.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.newsru.com/russia/26may2005/x555.html|title=В России прошли испытания высокоточной ракеты Х-555, которая "попадает прямо в окно"|website=Newsru.com|accessdate=1 November 2017}}</ref>
 
* '''Kh-555''' (NATO ''''Kent-C'''', Kh-55SE, Kh-55Sh)<ref name="Janes" /> - conventionally armed version with an improved guidance system and warhead. It became operational in 2000.<ref name="55SE" /> Entered service in 2004.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.newsru.com/russia/26may2005/x555.html|title=В России прошли испытания высокоточной ракеты Х-555, которая "попадает прямо в окно"|website=Newsru.com|accessdate=1 November 2017}}</ref>
* '''Kh-BD''' conventional and nuclear armed version with said range up to 3000&nbsp;km or greater, near or more as 5000&nbsp;km range.
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* '''Kh-BD''' conventional and nuclear armed version with said range up to 3000&nbsp;km or greater, near or more as 5000&nbsp;km range. <ref>http://militaryrussia.ru/blog/index-1134.html</ref>
* '''Kh-SD''' new stealth short to medium (300 to 1500 1900) ranges conventional (or also nuclear) variant
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* '''Kh-50''' or '''Kh-SD''' new stealth short to medium (300 to 1500 1900) ranges conventional (or also nuclear) variant (somewhat , analogue of AGM-158 JASSM). <ref>http://militaryrussia.ru/blog/index-1145.html</ref>
 
* '''[[Soumar (missile)|Soumar]]''' - Missile likely derived from the Kh-55 produced by Iran.
 
* '''[[Soumar (missile)|Soumar]]''' - Missile likely derived from the Kh-55 produced by Iran.
   

R. Budd Dwyer

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During the early 1980s, public employees of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania overpaid millions of dollars in [[Federal Insurance Contributions Act tax|Federal Insurance Contributions Act]] (FICA) taxes. As a result, the state solicited bids from accounting firms to determine refunds for its employees. The contract was eventually awarded to Computer Technology Associates (CTA), a [[California]]-based firm, owned by John Torquato, Jr, a native of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Later Pennsylvania Governor [[Dick Thornburgh]] received an anonymous memo detailing allegations of bribery that took place during the bidding process for the $4.6 million contract.
 
During the early 1980s, public employees of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania overpaid millions of dollars in [[Federal Insurance Contributions Act tax|Federal Insurance Contributions Act]] (FICA) taxes. As a result, the state solicited bids from accounting firms to determine refunds for its employees. The contract was eventually awarded to Computer Technology Associates (CTA), a [[California]]-based firm, owned by John Torquato, Jr, a native of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Later Pennsylvania Governor [[Dick Thornburgh]] received an anonymous memo detailing allegations of bribery that took place during the bidding process for the $4.6 million contract.
   
An investigation was undertaken by [[United States Department of Justice|federal]] [[United States Attorney|prosecutors]]. Dwyer was charged with agreeing to receive [[Kickback (bribery)|kickbacks]] worth $300,000 in return for using his office to steer the contract toward CTA. The US Attorney also indicted Torquato, Torquato's attorney William T. Smith, Smith's wife, and [[Bob Asher]], the former Republican Party Chairman for the State of Pennsylvania. In return for lighter sentences, Torquato and the Smiths pleaded guilty and testified on behalf of the Federal government against Dwyer and Asher.
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An investigation was undertaken by [[United States Department of Justice|federal]] [[United States Attorney|prosecutors]]. Dwyer was charged with agreeing to receive [[Kickback (bribery)|kickbacks]] worth $300,000 in return for using his office to steer the contract toward CTA. The US Attorney also indicted Torquato, Torquato's attorney William T. Smith, Smith's wife, and [[Bob Asher]], the former Republican Party Chairman for the State of Pennsylvania. In return for lighter sentences, Torquato and the Smiths pleaded guilty and testified on behalf of the federal government against Dwyer and Asher.
   
It was revealed at Dwyer's trial that coded computer tape seized from CTA's office in July 1984 showed that Dwyer was to receive the $300000 pay-off for awarding CTA the contract.<ref> "Jury hears closing arguments in CTA Bribery Conspiracy Trial" Observer-Reporter - Dec 13, 1986. https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=_XBeAAAAIBAJ&sjid=q2ENAAAAIBAJ&pg=1077%2C1989816</ref> Moreover, Smith and Torquato's claims about Dwyer being bribed were corroborated by four independent and impartial witnesses,<ref> "CTA Case heads to Jury" The Pittsburgh Press - Dec 13, 1986. https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=99QbAAAAIBAJ&sjid=KmMEAAAAIBAJ&pg=6193%2C2280060 </ref> and Smith's testimony against Dwyer was virtually identical to written statements Smith made long before entering into a plea agreement.<ref> "CTA defence throws doubt on witnesses" Pittsburgh Post-Gazette - Dec 13, 1986, https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=BYBIAAAAIBAJ&sjid=5W0DAAAAIBAJ&pg=3388%2C5382972</ref>. Dwyer maintained that he awarded CTA the contract on the basis of his [[task force]] recommendation, yet this conflicted with the fact that Dwyer himself personally handled all matters relating to the contract six days prior to awarding it to CTA.<ref>https://www.dropbox.com/s/v8p2mz0824pe5gi/Dwyer_Indictment.pdf?dl=0</ref> Moreover, Dwyer awarded the contract to CTA despite being informed by the accounting firm Arthur Young and Associates that they could perform the FICA recovery as fast as, and at a lower price than, CTA. <ref>https://www.dropbox.com/s/v8p2mz0824pe5gi/Dwyer_Indictment.pdf?dl=0</ref>
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It was revealed at Dwyer's trial that coded computer tape seized from CTA's office in July 1984 showed that Dwyer was to receive a $300,000 pay-off for awarding CTA the contract.<ref> "Jury hears closing arguments in CTA Bribery Conspiracy Trial" Observer-Reporter - Dec 13, 1986. https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=_XBeAAAAIBAJ&sjid=q2ENAAAAIBAJ&pg=1077%2C1989816</ref> Moreover, Smith and Torquato's claims about Dwyer being bribed were corroborated by four independent and impartial witnesses,<ref> "CTA Case heads to Jury" The Pittsburgh Press - Dec 13, 1986. https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=99QbAAAAIBAJ&sjid=KmMEAAAAIBAJ&pg=6193%2C2280060 </ref> and Smith's testimony against Dwyer was virtually identical to written statements Smith made long before entering into a plea agreement.<ref>"CTA defence throws doubt on witnesses" Pittsburgh Post-Gazette - Dec 13, 1986, https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=BYBIAAAAIBAJ&sjid=5W0DAAAAIBAJ&pg=3388%2C5382972</ref>. Dwyer maintained that he awarded CTA the contract on the basis of his task force recommendation, yet this conflicted with the fact that Dwyer himself personally handled all matters relating to the contract six days prior to awarding it to CTA.<ref>https://www.dropbox.com/s/v8p2mz0824pe5gi/Dwyer_Indictment.pdf?dl=0</ref> Moreover, Dwyer awarded the contract to CTA despite being informed by the accounting firm Arthur Young and Associates that they could perform the FICA recovery as fast as, and at a lower price than, CTA. <ref>https://www.dropbox.com/s/v8p2mz0824pe5gi/Dwyer_Indictment.pdf?dl=0</ref>
   
Nevertheless, Dwyer denied any wrongdoing. Federal prosecutors [[plea bargain|offered]] him a single charge of [[bribery|bribe receiving]] (which would have meant up to a maximum of five years' imprisonment), resignation from his office as Treasurer of Pennsylvania and full cooperation with the government's investigation but he refused. Instead Dwyer went to full trial. However his defense was curtailed by the prosecution because the case was limited to only those who had been charged. The names of the [[unindicted co-conspirator]]s who were linked in the bribery scandal but were not on trial were withheld. These unnamed individuals were believed to have been staff members of the [[Dauphin County, Pennsylvania|Dauphin County]] [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican Party]].<ref>{{cite journal|title=Dwyer Sought Presidential Pardon, Rejected Plea Bargaining|publisher=Associated Press|date=January 24, 1987}}</ref>
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On December 18, 1986, Dwyer was found guilty on 11 counts of conspiracy, mail fraud, perjury and interstate transportation in aid of racketeering, and consequently faced a sentence of up to 55 years imprisonment and a $300,000 fine.<ref name=":1">{{Cite news|url = https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=DW9eAAAAIBAJ&sjid=nGENAAAAIBAJ&pg=1346%2C2427748|title = Dwyer must resign or face dismissal, Zimmerman says|last = |first = |date = January 22, 1987|work = Observer-Reporter|access-date = November 8, 2015|via = }}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|title = 700 Attend Services For Dwyer Treasurer Recalled As 'Righteous Man'|url = http://articles.philly.com/1987-01-27/news/26190720_1_plea-bargaining-memorial-service-funeral|website = philly-archives|accessdate = 2015-11-08}}</ref> His sentencing was scheduled for January 23, 1987, to be performed by U.S. District Court Judge [[Malcolm Muir (judge)|Malcolm Muir]].<ref name=":1" /> One mail-fraud charge against Dwyer was dismissed by Judge Muir.<ref> "Dwyer defense rests, One charge out in CTA trial" The Pittsburgh Press - Dec 9, 1986, https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=89QbAAAAIBAJ&sjid=KmMEAAAAIBAJ&pg=6324%2C42021</ref> One juror, Carolyn Edwards of Williamsport, found it emotionally difficult to convict Dwyer (and Asher) since they were men "of very high integrity…they just made a mistake".<ref> "CTA Prove to Continue", The Pittsburgh Press - Dec 19, 1986, https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=_yQeAAAAIBAJ&sjid=G5YEAAAAIBAJ&pg=6441%2C1878698</ref>
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On December 18, 1986, Dwyer was found guilty on 11 counts of conspiracy, mail fraud, perjury and interstate transportation in aid of racketeering, and consequently faced a sentence of up to 55 years imprisonment and a $300,000 fine.<ref name=":1">{{Cite news|url = https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=DW9eAAAAIBAJ&sjid=nGENAAAAIBAJ&pg=1346%2C2427748|title = Dwyer must resign or face dismissal, Zimmerman says|last = |first = |date = January 22, 1987|work = Observer-Reporter|access-date = November 8, 2015|via = }}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|title = 700 Attend Services For Dwyer Treasurer Recalled As 'Righteous Man'|url = http://articles.philly.com/1987-01-27/news/26190720_1_plea-bargaining-memorial-service-funeral|website = philly-archives|accessdate = 2015-11-08}}</ref> His sentencing was scheduled for January 23, 1987, to be performed by U.S. District Court Judge [[Malcolm Muir (judge)|Malcolm Muir]].<ref name=":1" /> One mail-fraud charge against Dwyer was dismissed by Judge Muir.<ref> "Dwyer defense rests, One charge out in CTA trial" The Pittsburgh Press - Dec 9, 1986, https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=89QbAAAAIBAJ&sjid=KmMEAAAAIBAJ&pg=6324%2C42021</ref> One juror, Carolyn Edwards of Williamsport, found it emotionally difficult to convict Dwyer (and Asher) since they were men of "very high integrity…they just made a mistake".<ref>"CTA Prove to Continue", The Pittsburgh Press - Dec 19, 1986, https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=_yQeAAAAIBAJ&sjid=G5YEAAAAIBAJ&pg=6441%2C1878698</ref>
   
 
[[Bob Asher]], Dwyer's co-defendant, was sentenced to one year in jail. He later returned to politics and served as a Republican national committeeman for Pennsylvania.<ref name="famouspictures" />
 
[[Bob Asher]], Dwyer's co-defendant, was sentenced to one year in jail. He later returned to politics and served as a Republican national committeeman for Pennsylvania.<ref name="famouspictures" />

Talk:Xarnego

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:: Valencian is a dialect of catalan, not backward as you say, oh my god, you don't know nothing, did you ever went to school?
 
:: Valencian is a dialect of catalan, not backward as you say, oh my god, you don't know nothing, did you ever went to school?
 
:: The ONLY historical LANGUAGE of Catalonia is the CATALAN. Its historical. But Franco tried to change it, and he almost reached his objective. Almost.
 
:: The ONLY historical LANGUAGE of Catalonia is the CATALAN. Its historical. But Franco tried to change it, and he almost reached his objective. Almost.
Please, make us a present. Take a book and read it. If you know how to do it. Blaverista da merda. <span style="font-size: smaller;" class="autosigned">—Preceding [[Wikipedia:Signatures|unsigned]] comment added by [[Special:Contributions/88.24.152.204|88.24.152.204]] ([[User talk:88.24.152.204|talk]]) 20:50, 25 November 2010 (UTC)</span><!-- Template:UnsignedIP --> <!--Autosigned by SineBot-->
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::Please, make us a present. Take a book and read it. If you know how to do it. Blaverista da merda. <span style="font-size: smaller;" class="autosigned">—Preceding [[Wikipedia:Signatures|unsigned]] comment added by [[Special:Contributions/88.24.152.204|88.24.152.204]] ([[User talk:88.24.152.204|talk]]) 20:50, 25 November 2010 (UTC)</span><!-- Template:UnsignedIP --> <!--Autosigned by SineBot-->
   
 
::: Anonymous commentor, Catalonia predates Spain by many, many centuries. You said, "labelling your restaurant, shop or another business, in a language other than Catalonian is forbidden" which is a complete falsehood. There are endless business entities that are old with Castellano names as well as new ones that have Basque, French, English and other names. I would nearly feel sorry for people like you who just repeat what PP tells them, but in reality, you're causing a tremendous deal of cultural harm to Spain, which could easily survive with all its autonomous regions were it not for this right-wing nationalist rhetoric. <!-- Template:Unsigned --><small class="autosigned">—&nbsp;Preceding [[Wikipedia:Signatures|unsigned]] comment added by [[User:Primecoordinator|Primecoordinator]] ([[User talk:Primecoordinator#top|talk]] • [[Special:Contributions/Primecoordinator|contribs]]) 18:45, 18 December 2010 (UTC)</small>
 
::: Anonymous commentor, Catalonia predates Spain by many, many centuries. You said, "labelling your restaurant, shop or another business, in a language other than Catalonian is forbidden" which is a complete falsehood. There are endless business entities that are old with Castellano names as well as new ones that have Basque, French, English and other names. I would nearly feel sorry for people like you who just repeat what PP tells them, but in reality, you're causing a tremendous deal of cultural harm to Spain, which could easily survive with all its autonomous regions were it not for this right-wing nationalist rhetoric. <!-- Template:Unsigned --><small class="autosigned">—&nbsp;Preceding [[Wikipedia:Signatures|unsigned]] comment added by [[User:Primecoordinator|Primecoordinator]] ([[User talk:Primecoordinator#top|talk]] • [[Special:Contributions/Primecoordinator|contribs]]) 18:45, 18 December 2010 (UTC)</small>

List of Police Academy episodes

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Osvaldo Haay

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Imayam (writer)

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Pethavan, which won critical acclaim in Tamil circles, was published in 2012 in Uyirmai (Tamil Literaray magazine). This tale eerily preceded an actual event (Divya-Elavarasan) that occurred two months later in the year 2012 in Dharmapuri in Tamil Nadu. November 2012 saw its appearance as a little book through Oviya Publications TVS, which reprinted it five times in three months. Bharathi Publications published the novella in February 2013 and, has since, sold more than 1,00,000 copies, reprinting ten times. It has also been translated into Telugu by Padmanabhan and published by the Thondanadu Telugu Writer's Association. [[Ambai]] says, ''Pethavan makes one feel that maybe, beneath that rough exterior beats a heart that has understood how woman live and die in Tamil society.''
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Pethavan, which won critical acclaim in Tamil circles, was published in 2012 in Uyirmai (Tamil Literaray magazine). This tale eerily preceded an actual event (Divya-Elavarasan) that occurred two months later in the year 2012 in Dharmapuri in Tamil Nadu. November 2012 saw its appearance as a little book through Oviya Publications TVS, which reprinted it five times in three months. Bharathi Publications published the novella in February 2013 and, has since, sold more than 1,00,000 copies, reprinting ten times. It has also been translated into Telugu by Padmanabhan and published by the Thondanadu Telugu Writer's Association. [[C. S. Lakshmi|Ambai]] says, ''Pethavan makes one feel that maybe, beneath that rough exterior beats a heart that has understood how woman live and die in Tamil society.''
 
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|quote = If you are looking for a happiness-enhancing read, do not bother with Pethavan (The Begetter). If you are looking for a grand theory of life, do not bother with Pethavan. If you are looking for a clear-as-hell mirror to what life is like for those trapped in the insane, inhuman world of caste identity, then do consider reading this book. It will deliver that world to you as it is with no extra embellishments, no soothing salves.There are two very remarkable things about the story: one, its sheer energy and pace and, two, the unexpected tenderness at the core of it. In a brutally violent world, a world where justice, reason and fair play are entirely absent, how is tenderness even possible?

Jeff Wadlow

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'''Jeffrey Clark''' "'''Jeff'''" '''Wadlow''' (born March 2, 1976) is an American film director, screenwriter and producer. He is best known as the writer and director of the 2013 [[Superhero film|superhero]] [[comedy film]] ''[[Kick-Ass 2 (film)|Kick-Ass 2]]''.
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'''Jeffrey Clark''' "'''Jeff'''" '''Wadlow''' (born March 2, 1976) is an US-American film director, screenwriter and producer. He is best known as the writer and director of the 2013 [[Superhero film|superhero]] [[comedy film]] ''[[Kick-Ass 2 (film)|Kick-Ass 2]]''.
   
 
== Life and career ==
 
== Life and career ==

Comparison of 3D computer graphics software

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