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Adiwarna

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''Adiwarna'' was recorded by Siti Nurhaliza, with her mentor [[Adnan Abu Hassan]] handling the arrangement and composed three songs.<ref name="Kemampuan Adiwarna"/>
 
''Adiwarna'' was recorded by Siti Nurhaliza, with her mentor [[Adnan Abu Hassan]] handling the arrangement and composed three songs.<ref name="Kemampuan Adiwarna"/>
   
The album containing 10 songs which equally the best, Siti Nurhaliza once again collaborationg with Adnan, LY, Johari Teh and Azmeer and other composers, while explaining her new album gave a thousand of meanings.<ref name="Kemampuan Adiwarna"/>
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The album containing 10 songs which equally the best, Siti Nurhaliza once again collaborating with Adnan, LY, Johari Teh and Azmeer and other composers, while explaining her new album gave a thousand of meanings.<ref name="Kemampuan Adiwarna"/>
   
 
In an interview with ''[[Utusan Malaysia]]'' on June 20, 1998,<ref name="Siti Nurhaliza menyingkap di sebalik falsafah Adiwarna">{{cite web|title=Siti Nurhaliza menyingkap di sebalik falsafah ''Adiwarna''|trans-title=Siti Nurhaliza reveals behind the philosophy of ''Adiwarna''|url=http://ww1.utusan.com.my/utusan/info.asp?y=1998&dt=0620&pub=Utusan_Malaysia&sec=Hiburan&pg=et_01.htm|author=Tengku Khalidah Tengku Bidin|date=20 June 1998|work=Utusan Malaysia|accessdate=27 December 2016}}</ref> Siti Nurhaliza said she choose Adiwarna as the title for her fourth solo album, while explaining that the term to describe all beauties in art of music that should be featured.<ref name="Siti Nurhaliza menyingkap di sebalik falsafah Adiwarna"/> Besides that, she said Adiwarna is also a diversity of art in an album as trying to show this time. She said: "This is not the traditional album but ordinary pop album, simply titled only a relatively classic and Malay heritage,".<ref name="Siti Nurhaliza menyingkap di sebalik falsafah Adiwarna"/>{{efn|Original:''"Ini bukan album asli tetapi album pop biasa, cuma judulnya sahaja yang agak klasik dan kemelayuan,"''}} By selecting Malay elements term as the title of the album, Siti had opportunity to re-popularize many old word that has been forgotten.<ref name="Siti Nurhaliza menyingkap di sebalik falsafah Adiwarna"/>
 
In an interview with ''[[Utusan Malaysia]]'' on June 20, 1998,<ref name="Siti Nurhaliza menyingkap di sebalik falsafah Adiwarna">{{cite web|title=Siti Nurhaliza menyingkap di sebalik falsafah ''Adiwarna''|trans-title=Siti Nurhaliza reveals behind the philosophy of ''Adiwarna''|url=http://ww1.utusan.com.my/utusan/info.asp?y=1998&dt=0620&pub=Utusan_Malaysia&sec=Hiburan&pg=et_01.htm|author=Tengku Khalidah Tengku Bidin|date=20 June 1998|work=Utusan Malaysia|accessdate=27 December 2016}}</ref> Siti Nurhaliza said she choose Adiwarna as the title for her fourth solo album, while explaining that the term to describe all beauties in art of music that should be featured.<ref name="Siti Nurhaliza menyingkap di sebalik falsafah Adiwarna"/> Besides that, she said Adiwarna is also a diversity of art in an album as trying to show this time. She said: "This is not the traditional album but ordinary pop album, simply titled only a relatively classic and Malay heritage,".<ref name="Siti Nurhaliza menyingkap di sebalik falsafah Adiwarna"/>{{efn|Original:''"Ini bukan album asli tetapi album pop biasa, cuma judulnya sahaja yang agak klasik dan kemelayuan,"''}} By selecting Malay elements term as the title of the album, Siti had opportunity to re-popularize many old word that has been forgotten.<ref name="Siti Nurhaliza menyingkap di sebalik falsafah Adiwarna"/>

Ashraf Qazi

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|office = [[File:Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf flag.PNG|30px]]<br>Spokesperson of [[Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf]] on [[Foreign Relations]]
 
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|citizenship = Pakistan
 
|citizenship = Pakistan
 
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|nationality = Pakistani
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|residence = [[Islamabad]], [[Islamabad Capital Territory]]
 
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'''Ashraf Jehangir Qazi''' (born 1942) is a politician from [[Pakistan]]. He was selected as a spokesman of [[Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf]] in 2013. He has held several national and international appointments.
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'''Ashraf Jehangir Qazi''' (born 1942) is a politician from [[Pakistan]]. He has held several national and international appointments.
   
 
==Early life and career==
 
==Early life and career==

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June Leaf (1926) is an American artist known for her narrative paintings and drawings but also works in sculpture. She is based in New York City and [[Mabou, Nova Scotia]].
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June Leaf (1926) is an American artist known for her abstract narrative paintings and drawings but also works in [[Modernism|modernist]] [[Kinetic art|kinetic sculpture]]. She is based in New York City and [[Mabou, Nova Scotia]].
   
 
== Biography ==
 
== Biography ==
Born in 1926 in Chicago, Illinois. She studied for three months between 1947-1948 at the [[IIT Institute of Design|Institute of Design]] (formerly known as the New Bauhaus).<ref name=":0">{{Cite news|url=https://hyperallergic.com/293089/beer-with-a-painter-june-leaf/|title=Beer with a Painter: June Leaf|date=2016-04-23|work=Hyperallergic|access-date=2018-01-04|language=en-US}}</ref> Taking classes with artist Hugo Weber.<ref name=":0" /><ref>{{Cite web|url=https://whitney.org/Exhibitions/JuneLeaf|title=June Leaf: Thought Is Infinite|last=|first=|date=2016-04-01|website=Whitney Museum of American Art|language=en|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|access-date=2018-01-04}}</ref> She left school and travelled to Paris in 1948, focused on creating and identifying abstraction and patterns in her work.<ref name=":0" />
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Born in 1926 in Chicago, Illinois. She studied for three months between 1947-1948 at the [[IIT Institute of Design|Institute of Design]] (formerly known as the New Bauhaus).<ref name=":0">{{Cite news|url=https://hyperallergic.com/293089/beer-with-a-painter-june-leaf/|title=Beer with a Painter: June Leaf|date=2016-04-23|work=Hyperallergic|access-date=2018-01-04|language=en-US}}</ref> Taking classes with artist Hugo Weber.<ref name=":0" /><ref name=":2">{{Cite web|url=https://whitney.org/Exhibitions/JuneLeaf|title=June Leaf: Thought Is Infinite|last=|first=|date=2016-04-01|website=Whitney Museum of American Art|language=en|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|access-date=2018-01-04}}</ref> She left school and travelled to Paris in 1948, focused on creating and identifying abstraction and patterns in her work.<ref name=":0" />
   
 
In 1954, she returned to the school for her B.A. in [[Visual arts education|Art Education]] from [[Roosevelt University]] and the same year her M.A. in Art Education at Institute of Design.<ref name=":1">{{Cite web|url=http://www.artnet.com/artists/june-leaf/biography|title=June Leaf Biography|last=|first=|date=|website=artnet|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|access-date=2018-01-04}}</ref>
 
In 1954, she returned to the school for her B.A. in [[Visual arts education|Art Education]] from [[Roosevelt University]] and the same year her M.A. in Art Education at Institute of Design.<ref name=":1">{{Cite web|url=http://www.artnet.com/artists/june-leaf/biography|title=June Leaf Biography|last=|first=|date=|website=artnet|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|access-date=2018-01-04}}</ref>
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Leaf returned to Paris in 1958–1959 with a [[Fulbright Program|Fulbright Grant]] for painting.<ref name=":1" /> When she returned, Leaf moved to New York City in 1960.<ref name=":0" />
 
Leaf returned to Paris in 1958–1959 with a [[Fulbright Program|Fulbright Grant]] for painting.<ref name=":1" /> When she returned, Leaf moved to New York City in 1960.<ref name=":0" />
   
She married filmmaker and photographer, [[Robert Frank]]<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://wwd.com/eye/people/june-leaf-art-whitney-show-and-living-with-photographer-robert-frank-10459211/|title=June Leaf Discusses Art, Whitney Show and Living With Photographer Robert Frank|last=Feitelberg|first=Rosemary|date=2016-06-17|work=WWD|access-date=2018-01-04|language=en-US}}</ref> in 1971.
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She married filmmaker and photographer, [[Robert Frank]] in 1971.<ref name=":3">{{Cite news|url=http://wwd.com/eye/people/june-leaf-art-whitney-show-and-living-with-photographer-robert-frank-10459211/|title=June Leaf Discusses Art, Whitney Show and Living With Photographer Robert Frank|last=Feitelberg|first=Rosemary|date=2016-06-17|work=WWD|access-date=2018-01-04|language=en-US}}</ref><ref>{{Cite news|url=https://www.nytimes.com/2015/07/05/magazine/robert-franks-america.html|title=The Man Who Saw America|last=Dawidoff|first=Nicholas|date=2015-07-02|work=The New York Times|access-date=2018-01-04|language=en-US|issn=0362-4331}}</ref>
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In 2016 the [[Whitney Museum of American Art]] held the retrospective exhibition "June Leaf: Thought Is Infinite", and at Edward Thorp Gallery, the exhibition "June Leaf: A Survey, 1949-Present".<ref name=":2" /><ref name=":3" />
   
 
== Awards ==
 
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* Leaf, June, ''Thought Is Infinite''. Gerhard Steidl Druckerei und Verlag, 2016. ISBN: 3958291023<ref>{{Cite book|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=DILvjwEACAAJ&dq|title=Thought Is Infinite|last=Leaf|first=June|date=2016|publisher=Gerhard Steidl Druckerei und Verlag|year=|isbn=9783958291027|location=|pages=|language=en|format=Google Books}}</ref>
 
* Leaf, June, ''Record 1974/1975.'' New York City: Steidl, 2010. AISN: B01K0U93NE.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://whitehotmagazine.com/articles/1974-1975-critical-communities-rite/2093|title=July 2010: Book Review: June Leaf, Record 1974/1975 and Critical Communities, RITE|last=Hunter|first=Becky|date=2010-07-01|website=WhiteHot Magazine|language=en|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|access-date=2018-01-04}}</ref>
 
* Leaf, June, ''Record 1974/1975.'' New York City: Steidl, 2010. AISN: B01K0U93NE.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://whitehotmagazine.com/articles/1974-1975-critical-communities-rite/2093|title=July 2010: Book Review: June Leaf, Record 1974/1975 and Critical Communities, RITE|last=Hunter|first=Becky|date=2010-07-01|website=WhiteHot Magazine|language=en|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|access-date=2018-01-04}}</ref>
* Enright, Robert, ''June Leaf''. Benteli Verlags Ag Dist, 2006. ISBN:3716513733
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* Enright, Robert, ''June Leaf''. Benteli Verlags Ag Dist, 2006. ISBN: 3716513733
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Komar (caste)

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== References ==
 
== References ==
 
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== External links ==
 
 
{{Empty section|date=August 2012}}
 
 
== Categories ==
 
   
 
[[Category:Indian castes]]
 
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Janica Kostelić

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Draft:Toyota Fine

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{{Afc comment|This is a set index, per the {{tl|SIA}} tag. It is a navigation point, to indicate topics of the same or similar name, it is similar to a disambiguation page -- [[Special:Contributions/70.52.11.217|70.52.11.217]] ([[User talk:70.52.11.217|talk]]) 08:06, 4 January 2018 (UTC) }}
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{{Afc comment|This is a set index, per the {{tl|SIA}} tag. It is a navigation point, to indicate topics of the same or similar name, it is similar to a disambiguation page. It is only meant to get you to the Toyota FINE pages (S, X, N, T), and is a simple list. -- [[Special:Contributions/70.52.11.217|70.52.11.217]] ([[User talk:70.52.11.217|talk]]) 08:06, 4 January 2018 (UTC) }}
 
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The '''Toyota ''Fine''''' ('''''F'''uel cell '''IN'''novation '''E'''motion'') or '''FINE''',<ref name=MotorLegend-2005-11-03> {{cite news |url= http://www.motorlegend.com/concept-car/toyota-fine-x/6,12281.html |title= TOYOTA Fine-X |author= Jean Michel Cravy |date= 3 November 2005 |publisher= MotorLegend.com |language= fr }} </ref><ref name=Heise-2005-10-13> {{cite news |url= https://www.heise.de/autos/artikel/Toyota-Fine-X-Brennstoffzellen-Auto-im-Pflanzenkleid-412207.html |title= Toyota Fine-X: Brennstoffzellen-Auto im Pflanzenkleid |date= 13 October 2005 |agency= Messeberichte |publisher= Heise |language= de }} </ref><ref name=Toyota-2005-10-11/><ref name=isbn9780863419157-pp81/> is a series of [[concept car]]s from the [[Toyota Motor Corporation]] which use [[fuel cell]] technology.
 
The '''Toyota ''Fine''''' ('''''F'''uel cell '''IN'''novation '''E'''motion'') or '''FINE''',<ref name=MotorLegend-2005-11-03> {{cite news |url= http://www.motorlegend.com/concept-car/toyota-fine-x/6,12281.html |title= TOYOTA Fine-X |author= Jean Michel Cravy |date= 3 November 2005 |publisher= MotorLegend.com |language= fr }} </ref><ref name=Heise-2005-10-13> {{cite news |url= https://www.heise.de/autos/artikel/Toyota-Fine-X-Brennstoffzellen-Auto-im-Pflanzenkleid-412207.html |title= Toyota Fine-X: Brennstoffzellen-Auto im Pflanzenkleid |date= 13 October 2005 |agency= Messeberichte |publisher= Heise |language= de }} </ref><ref name=Toyota-2005-10-11/><ref name=isbn9780863419157-pp81/> is a series of [[concept car]]s from the [[Toyota Motor Corporation]] which use [[fuel cell]] technology.

Robby Novak

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'''Ronin Philip''' is an American personality best known for portraying '''Kid President''' or "'MemeLord"' online and on television.<ref>{{cite interview|last=Montague |first=Brad |subjectlink= |last2=Mystal |first2=Elie |subjectlink2= |last3=Etterling |first3=Mark |subjectlink3= |last4=Young |first4=Yolanda |subjectlink4= |interviewer=Abby Huntsman |title=Kid President Robby Novak Brings Joy To Millions |url=http://live.huffingtonpost.com/r/segment/kid-presidents-pep-talk/511ac0df78c90a5a55000084 |work=Huffington Post |date=14 February 2013 |accessdate=1 October 2014 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20141006084508/http://live.huffingtonpost.com/r/segment/kid-presidents-pep-talk/511ac0df78c90a5a55000084 |archivedate=6 October 2014 |df= }}</ref> He is featured in a series of [[YouTube]] videos and in a television show, produced by actor Rainn Wilson's media company [[SoulPancake]]. The concept of Kid President was created by Novak's brother-in-law Brad Montague with the simple goal of uniting grown-ups and kids. Novak's first YouTube clip as Kid President, designed in collaboration with Montague, was uploaded in the summer of 2012 and subsequently published on SoulPancake's YouTube channel in October 2012.<ref name="TED">{{cite web |url=https://www.ted.com/speakers/kid_president |title=Kid President |author=<!--Staff writer(s); no by-line.--> |date= |publisher=[[TED (conference)|TED]] |accessdate=1 October 2014}}</ref> Novak was featured in a television show on [[Hub Network]] called ''Kid President: Declaration of Awesome'' in the summer of 2014.<ref>{{cite news |last=Williams |first=Ashley |date=2 April 2014 |title=Kid President unveils plans for new show on Hub Network |url=https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation-now/2014/04/02/kid-president-show-hub-network/7202497/ |newspaper=USA Today |location= |accessdate=1 October 2014 }}</ref> He also is a complete Meme Master and is even judging this months, "MemeOff."
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'''Robby Novak''' is an American personality best known for portraying '''Kid President''' online and on television.<ref>{{cite interview|last=Montague |first=Brad |subjectlink= |last2=Mystal |first2=Elie |subjectlink2= |last3=Etterling |first3=Mark |subjectlink3= |last4=Young |first4=Yolanda |subjectlink4= |interviewer=Abby Huntsman |title=Kid President Robby Novak Brings Joy To Millions |url=http://live.huffingtonpost.com/r/segment/kid-presidents-pep-talk/511ac0df78c90a5a55000084 |work=Huffington Post |date=14 February 2013 |accessdate=1 October 2014 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20141006084508/http://live.huffingtonpost.com/r/segment/kid-presidents-pep-talk/511ac0df78c90a5a55000084 |archivedate=6 October 2014 |df= }}</ref> He is featured in a series of [[YouTube]] videos and in a television show, produced by actor Rainn Wilson's media company [[SoulPancake]]. The concept of Kid President was created by Novak's brother-in-law Brad Montague with the simple goal of uniting grown-ups and kids. Novak's first YouTube clip as Kid President, designed in collaboration with Montague, was uploaded in the summer of 2012 and subsequently published on SoulPancake's YouTube channel in October 2012.<ref name="TED">{{cite web |url=https://www.ted.com/speakers/kid_president |title=Kid President |author=<!--Staff writer(s); no by-line.--> |date= |publisher=[[TED (conference)|TED]] |accessdate=1 October 2014}}</ref> Novak was featured in a television show on [[Hub Network]] called ''Kid President: Declaration of Awesome'' in the summer of 2014.<ref>{{cite news |last=Williams |first=Ashley |date=2 April 2014 |title=Kid President unveils plans for new show on Hub Network |url=https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation-now/2014/04/02/kid-president-show-hub-network/7202497/ |newspaper=USA Today |location= |accessdate=1 October 2014 }}</ref>
   
 
Novak has [[osteogenesis imperfecta]], which makes him susceptible to bone damage. Because of his condition, he has been a victim of bullying.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/02/02/kid-president-bullies_n_6599362.html|title=Kid President's Advice For Handling Bullies|last=Branch|first=Chris|date=2015-02-02|website=The Huffington Post|access-date=2016-08-12}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|title=The inspiring life of the "Kid President"|url=http://www.cbsnews.com/pictures/the-inspiring-life-of-the-kid-president/|accessdate=22 September 2014|agency=CBS News}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|last1=Coffey|first1=Laura|title='Kid President,' 9, is on a mission: To make grown-ups less boring|url=http://www.today.com/news/kid-president-9-mission-make-grown-ups-less-boring-1B8175793|accessdate=22 September 2014|newspaper=Today}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|last1=Clifford|first1=Catherine|title=How 'Kid President' Robby Novak's Viral Videos Are Bringing More Awesome Into the World|url=http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/230999|accessdate=22 September 2014|newspaper=Entrepreneur}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.kidpresident.com/whoweare.html |title=Who We Are |last1=Montague |first1=Brad |website=Kid President |accessdate=27 December 2014}}</ref>
 
Novak has [[osteogenesis imperfecta]], which makes him susceptible to bone damage. Because of his condition, he has been a victim of bullying.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/02/02/kid-president-bullies_n_6599362.html|title=Kid President's Advice For Handling Bullies|last=Branch|first=Chris|date=2015-02-02|website=The Huffington Post|access-date=2016-08-12}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|title=The inspiring life of the "Kid President"|url=http://www.cbsnews.com/pictures/the-inspiring-life-of-the-kid-president/|accessdate=22 September 2014|agency=CBS News}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|last1=Coffey|first1=Laura|title='Kid President,' 9, is on a mission: To make grown-ups less boring|url=http://www.today.com/news/kid-president-9-mission-make-grown-ups-less-boring-1B8175793|accessdate=22 September 2014|newspaper=Today}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|last1=Clifford|first1=Catherine|title=How 'Kid President' Robby Novak's Viral Videos Are Bringing More Awesome Into the World|url=http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/230999|accessdate=22 September 2014|newspaper=Entrepreneur}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.kidpresident.com/whoweare.html |title=Who We Are |last1=Montague |first1=Brad |website=Kid President |accessdate=27 December 2014}}</ref>

Susana Machado Bernard House and Barn

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'''Susana Machado Bernard House and Barn''' is an elaborate {{convert|10000|sqft|m2|adj=on}} [[Art Nouveau]] [[Gothic Revival architecture|Gothic Revival]] style mansion and [[carriage house]] located in the [[Pico Union]] section of [[Los Angeles, California]].<ref>{{cite news|author=Ellen Melinkoff|title=Old Home Week|publisher=Los Angeles Times|date=1986-02-16}}</ref> Built in 1901, the house was designed by noted architect [[The Parkinsons|John B. Parkinson]] (1861–1935). Parkinson also designed the [[Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum]], [[Union Station (Los Angeles)|Union Station]] and [[Los Angeles City Hall]].<ref name=Center/> Noted for its Gothic style with soaring spaces, the house has [[vaulted ceiling]]s and curved walls.<ref name=Center/> In 1979, it was designated a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument (HCM #208),<ref>{{Cite web | last = Los Angeles Department of City Planning | date = 2007-09-07 | title = Historic - Cultural Monuments (HCM) Listing: City Declared Monuments | place = | publisher = City of Los Angeles | edition = | url =http://www.cityprojectca.org/ourwork/documents/HCMDatabase090707.pdf | accessdate = 2008-07-01 }}</ref> and listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]]. The property was purchased in 1996 by the Center for Human Rights & Constitutional Law. Since 2002, the house has been operated as the Casa Libre/Freedom House, a fourteen-bed [[homeless shelter|shelter]] for homeless minors.<ref name=Center>{{cite web|title=History of Freedom House Project|publisher=Center for Human Rights & Constitutional Law, Inc.|url=http://casa-libre.org/history/ }}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title=Casa Libre - Freedom House: Overview of the Program|publisher=Center for Human Rights & Constitutional Law, Inc.|url=http://casa-libre.org }}</ref> In May 2003, the ''[[Los Angeles Times]]'' profiled the shelter, noting the following: "Casa Libre/Freedom House occupies a newly renovated mansion near [[MacArthur Park]]. Registered as a state, county and federal historic site, the home's gothic facade rises elegantly from the corner of South Lake Street and James M. Wood Boulevard.<ref name=Casa/> The shelter arranges for schooling, counseling, and medical care for undocumented and unaccompanied immigrant children, mainly from [[Latin America]].<ref name=Casa>{{cite news|author=Hilda M. Munoz|title=GOOD TURNS; Giving Shelter to the Most Vulnerable Children; Immigrant youths -- undocumented and alone -- find help in the middle of Los Angeles|publisher=Los Angeles Times|date=2003-05-23}}</ref>
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'''Susana Machado Bernard House and Barn''' is an elaborate {{convert|10000|sqft|m2|adj=on}} [[Art Nouveau]] [[Gothic Revival architecture|Gothic Revival]] style mansion and [[carriage house]] located in the [[Pico Union]] section of [[Los Angeles, California]].<ref>{{cite news|author=Ellen Melinkoff|title=Old Home Week|publisher=Los Angeles Times|date=1986-02-16}}</ref> Built in 1901, the house was designed by architect [[The Parkinsons|John B. Parkinson]] (1861–1935). Parkinson also designed the [[Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum]], [[Union Station (Los Angeles)|Union Station]] and [[Los Angeles City Hall]].<ref name=Center/> Noted for its Gothic style with soaring spaces, the house has [[vaulted ceiling]]s and curved walls.<ref name=Center/> In 1979, it was designated a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument (HCM #208),<ref>{{Cite web | last = Los Angeles Department of City Planning | date = 2007-09-07 | title = Historic - Cultural Monuments (HCM) Listing: City Declared Monuments | place = | publisher = City of Los Angeles | edition = | url =http://www.cityprojectca.org/ourwork/documents/HCMDatabase090707.pdf | accessdate = 2008-07-01 }}</ref> and listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]]. The property was purchased in 1996 by the Center for Human Rights & Constitutional Law. Since 2002, the house has been operated as the Casa Libre/Freedom House, a fourteen-bed [[homeless shelter|shelter]] for homeless minors.<ref name=Center>{{cite web|title=History of Freedom House Project|publisher=Center for Human Rights & Constitutional Law, Inc.|url=http://casa-libre.org/history/ }}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title=Casa Libre - Freedom House: Overview of the Program|publisher=Center for Human Rights & Constitutional Law, Inc.|url=http://casa-libre.org }}</ref> In May 2003, the ''[[Los Angeles Times]]'' profiled the shelter, noting the following: "Casa Libre/Freedom House occupies a newly renovated mansion near [[MacArthur Park]]. Registered as a state, county and federal historic site, the home's gothic facade rises elegantly from the corner of South Lake Street and James M. Wood Boulevard.<ref name=Casa/> The shelter arranges for schooling, counseling, and medical care for undocumented and unaccompanied immigrant children, mainly from [[Latin America]].<ref name=Casa>{{cite news|author=Hilda M. Munoz|title=GOOD TURNS; Giving Shelter to the Most Vulnerable Children; Immigrant youths -- undocumented and alone -- find help in the middle of Los Angeles|publisher=Los Angeles Times|date=2003-05-23}}</ref>
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Talk:Emily Bear

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Headliner in s school performance, singing national anthem in the intro??? Come on, double album articles, in the main article and extra etc. etc. etc. But I searched and yes 2.12.2010/2.12.2011 Tim Janis Christmas carol- Carnegie Hall- Stuttgart Jazz was so important - she played on same stage like Santana, Jim Morrison etc, this has to be in intro, at Night of the Proms 145.000 in Germany plus ??? NL/B - the manager told the number in a thank you video. She played with legends, NOTP fans voted her best artist 2017, best song arrangement "Skyfall" etc. So NOTP and Stuttgart are far more important than 10 White House/Ellen Show gigs ;) If we use your JE standard Art on Ice has also be mentioned in intro[[User:Eifelochse|Eifelochse]] ([[User talk:Eifelochse|talk]]) 07:13, 4 January 2018 (UTC)
 
Headliner in s school performance, singing national anthem in the intro??? Come on, double album articles, in the main article and extra etc. etc. etc. But I searched and yes 2.12.2010/2.12.2011 Tim Janis Christmas carol- Carnegie Hall- Stuttgart Jazz was so important - she played on same stage like Santana, Jim Morrison etc, this has to be in intro, at Night of the Proms 145.000 in Germany plus ??? NL/B - the manager told the number in a thank you video. She played with legends, NOTP fans voted her best artist 2017, best song arrangement "Skyfall" etc. So NOTP and Stuttgart are far more important than 10 White House/Ellen Show gigs ;) If we use your JE standard Art on Ice has also be mentioned in intro[[User:Eifelochse|Eifelochse]] ([[User talk:Eifelochse|talk]]) 07:13, 4 January 2018 (UTC)
   
:If you can find a [[WP:RS|newspaper or magazine article]] that discusses the importance of Bear's Stuttgart performance, I would like to use it. Currently, English Wikipedia does not have any article at all on Stuttgart Jazz. We *do* mention [[Night of the Proms]] in Bear's intro. I would like to cite [[WP:Reliable sources]] that state the attendance total, if you can find one. Fan voting, however, is generally not of encyclopedic interest, unless it is discussed in [[WP:RS]]s. If you can find a [[WP:RS]] that explains the importance of Art on Ice to Bear's career, I am happy to mention it in the intro. The problem is that the references we are using about it are extremely weak, and there is no Wikipedia article for Art on Ice. If something is really important, it should have a well-referenced Wikipedia article. Once there is a well-referenced Wikipedia article, it becomes much easier to cite it in related articles. I would also be happy to cite a [[WP:RS]] (not a pirated YouTube video) that states that Bear was the youngest composer ever featured at Carnegie Hall. She certainly was *not* the youngest pianist ever featured there. -- [[User:Ssilvers|Ssilvers]] ([[User talk:Ssilvers|talk]]) 07:58, 4 January 2018 (UTC)
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:If you can find a [[WP:RS|newspaper or magazine article]] that discusses the importance of Bear's Stuttgart performance, I would like to use it. Currently, English Wikipedia does not have any article at all on Stuttgart Jazz. We *do* mention [[Night of the Proms]] in Bear's intro. I would like to cite [[WP:Reliable sources]] that state the attendance total, if you can find one. Fan voting, however, is generally not of encyclopedic interest, unless it is discussed in [[WP:RS]]s. If you can find a [[WP:RS]] that explains the importance of Art on Ice to Bear's career, I am happy to mention it in the intro. The problem is that the references we are using about it are extremely weak, and there is no Wikipedia article for Art on Ice. If something is really important, it should have a well-referenced Wikipedia article. Once there is a well-referenced Wikipedia article, it becomes much easier to cite it in related articles. I would also be happy to cite a [[WP:RS]] (not a pirated YouTube video of a poorly-researched TV feature) that states that Bear was the youngest composer ever featured at Carnegie Hall. She certainly was *not* the youngest pianist or artist ever featured there. -- [[User:Ssilvers|Ssilvers]] ([[User talk:Ssilvers|talk]]) 07:58, 4 January 2018 (UTC)
   
 
== NOTP - review ==
 
== NOTP - review ==

Ira Glass

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On April 17, 2017, Glass reportedly filed for divorce from his wife.<ref>{{cite web|title=This American Life host Ira Glass files for divorce from writer Anaheed Alani|url=http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/gossip/american-life-host-ira-glass-files-divorce-article-1.3066746|website=New York Daily News|accessdate=19 April 2017|deadurl=no|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20170418080427/http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/gossip/american-life-host-ira-glass-files-divorce-article-1.3066746|archivedate=April 18, 2017|df=mdy-all}}</ref>
 
On April 17, 2017, Glass reportedly filed for divorce from his wife.<ref>{{cite web|title=This American Life host Ira Glass files for divorce from writer Anaheed Alani|url=http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/gossip/american-life-host-ira-glass-files-divorce-article-1.3066746|website=New York Daily News|accessdate=19 April 2017|deadurl=no|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20170418080427/http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/gossip/american-life-host-ira-glass-files-divorce-article-1.3066746|archivedate=April 18, 2017|df=mdy-all}}</ref>
 
Ira is known to enjoy a nice glass of port every morning. He is an avid knot-tier.
 
   
 
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===Religion===

January Jones

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==Personal life==
Jones announced in ''[[Vanity Fair (magazine)|Vanity Fair]]'' magazine in 2009 that she has joined [[Oceana (non-profit group)|Oceana]] as a celebrity spokesperson, working to save endangered sharks.<ref>[http://www.vanityfair.com/culture/features/2009/02/january-jones200902 "Miss January".] ''Vanity Fair''. February 2009.</ref>
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In 2009, Jones announced in ''[[Vanity Fair (magazine)|Vanity Fair]]'' magazine that she has joined [[Oceana (non-profit group)|Oceana]] as a celebrity spokesperson, working to save endangered sharks.<ref>[http://www.vanityfair.com/culture/features/2009/02/january-jones200902 "Miss January".] ''Vanity Fair''. February 2009.</ref>
   
 
Jones gave birth to her son, Xander Dane Jones, on September 13, 2011 in [[Santa Monica, California]].<ref name="people">{{cite journal |url=http://www.people.com/people/article/0,,20528355,00.html |title=January Jones Son Born |date=September 15, 2011 |magazine=[[People (magazine)|People]] |accessdate=September 15, 2011}}</ref>
 
Jones gave birth to her son, Xander Dane Jones, on September 13, 2011 in [[Santa Monica, California]].<ref name="people">{{cite journal |url=http://www.people.com/people/article/0,,20528355,00.html |title=January Jones Son Born |date=September 15, 2011 |magazine=[[People (magazine)|People]] |accessdate=September 15, 2011}}</ref>

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François-Félix Nogaret, born on 4 November 1740 in [[Versailles]] and died on 2 June 1831 in [[Paris]], is a French writer.
 
François-Félix Nogaret, born on 4 November 1740 in [[Versailles]] and died on 2 June 1831 in [[Paris]], is a French writer.
 
He created in 1790 the character of Frankésteïn, inventor of an artificial man, who was later copied by Mary Shelley.
 
He created in 1790 the character of Frankésteïn, inventor of an artificial man, who was later copied by Mary Shelley.

Black Bottom (dance)

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The comedy musician [[Spike Jones]], who became popular in the 1940s, performed a jaunty cover of the black bottom. His version, released on [[gramophone record|78-RPM records]], repeated a single measure of a piano solo in the middle of the song several times, each time continuing with a loud "crack!" as a joke to make the record sound broken.
 
The comedy musician [[Spike Jones]], who became popular in the 1940s, performed a jaunty cover of the black bottom. His version, released on [[gramophone record|78-RPM records]], repeated a single measure of a piano solo in the middle of the song several times, each time continuing with a loud "crack!" as a joke to make the record sound broken.
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Siva (1989 Telugu film)

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| producer = Akkineni Venkat<br />Yarlagadda Surendra
 
| producer = Akkineni Venkat<br />Yarlagadda Surendra
| writer = [[Tanikella Bharani]] {{small|(dialogues)}}
 
 
| story = Ram Gopal Varma
 
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Explosives shipping classification system

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*[http://www.tc.gc.ca/eng/tdg/clear-part2-339.htm#sec210 Transport Canada, Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations]
 
*[http://www.tc.gc.ca/eng/tdg/clear-part2-339.htm#sec210 Transport Canada, Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations]
 
*[http://www.tc.gc.ca/eng/tdg/clear-part2-339.htm#app2 Transport Canada, Statutory Instruments (Regulations) SOR/2008-34]
 
*[http://www.tc.gc.ca/eng/tdg/clear-part2-339.htm#app2 Transport Canada, Statutory Instruments (Regulations) SOR/2008-34]
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Wikipedia:WikiProject Opera/DYK Archive

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* ... that the Italian mezzo-soprano '''[[Armanda Degli Abbati]]''' appeared as [[Lohengrin (opera)|Ortrud]] in Rome and as [[Aida|Amneris]] in Rio de Janeiro, had an affair with a Russian revolutionary, and trained Estonian singers? [[Wikipedia:Recent additions/2018/January#3 January 2017|3 Jan 2018]]
 
* ... that the dramatic soprano '''[[Catherine Foster]]''', a former midwife, appeared as [[Der Ring des Nibelungen|Brünnhilde]] at the [[Bayreuth Festival]] celebrating Wagner's bicentenary? [[Wikipedia:Recent additions/2018/January#3 January 2017|3 Jan 2018]]
 
* ... that the dramatic soprano '''[[Catherine Foster]]''', a former midwife, appeared as [[Der Ring des Nibelungen|Brünnhilde]] at the [[Bayreuth Festival]] celebrating Wagner's bicentenary? [[Wikipedia:Recent additions/2018/January#3 January 2017|3 Jan 2018]]
   

Mark Fainaru

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[[Category:Baltimore Orioles players]]
 
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[[Category:Boston Red Sox players]]
 
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[[Category:Chiba Lotte Marines players]]
 
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[[Category:Dominican Summer League Red Sox players]]
 
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[[Category:Dominican Republic expatriate baseball players in South Korea]]
 
 
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[[Category:Greenville Drive players]]
 
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[[Category:Indianapolis Indians players]]
 
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[[Category:Kansas City Royals players]]
 
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[[Category:Lowell Spinners players]]
 
[[Category:Lowell Spinners players]]
 
[[Category:Major League Baseball players from the Dominican Republic]]
 
[[Category:Major League Baseball players from the Dominican Republic]]
 
[[Category:Major League Baseball shortstops]]
 
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[[Category:Nippon Professional Baseball infielders]]
 
[[Category:Norfolk Tides players]]
 
[[Category:Norfolk Tides players]]
 
[[Category:Omaha Storm Chasers players]]
 
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Fabian Jara

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Perlis State Legislative Assembly

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Talk:List of motorcycles of the 1920s

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Local Council of Women of Halifax

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==Suffrage==
[[File:Local Council of Women, Halifax Plaque, Halifax, Nova Scotia.jpg|thumb|left|Plaque to mark the spot where the [[Playground|Playground movement]] began in [[Nova Scotia]], (1906), Local Council of Women, Halifax, Nova Scotia<ref>[http://www.acadiau.ca/~markham/publish&present/W&L1995manuscript.pdf Sandra Markham, Liesure and the National Council of Women of Canada, 1995]</ref><ref>http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/best_edna_may_williston_15F.html</ref>]]
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[[File:Local Council of Women, Halifax Plaque, Halifax, Nova Scotia.jpg|thumb|left|Plaque to mark the spot where the [[Playground|Playground movement]] began in [[Nova Scotia]], (1906), Local Council of Women, Halifax, Nova Scotia<ref>[http://www.acadiau.ca/~markham/publish&present/W&L1995manuscript.pdf Sandra Markham, Leisure and the National Council of Women of Canada, 1995]</ref><ref>http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/best_edna_may_williston_15F.html</ref>]]
 
The year following the defeat of the first suffrage bill, the Local Council was established in 1894 as the local chapter of the [[National Council of Women of Canada]] (NCWC). On August 30, 1894, the executive committee met for the first time at [[Government House (Nova Scotia)|Government House]]. [[Emma MacIntosh]] serving as the first president. [[Anna Leonowens]] was the secretary. [[Enfranchisement]] was the issue. (The concomitant preoccupation with enfranchisement was reflected locally in the founding of the [[Woman's Suffrage Association]] in March 1895; Leonowens was president, assisted by sisters [[Eliza Ritchie]] and Mary Walcott Ritchie, along with Charlotte McInnes.)<ref name=DCB_Edwards>{{cite DCB |first=Lois K. |last=Yorke |title=Edwards, Anna Harriette |volume=14 |url=http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/edwards_anna_harriette_14E.html}}</ref> Between 1892 and 1895, thirty-four suffrage petitions were presented to the Nova Scotia legislature, and six suffrage bills were introduced, the final one in 1897.<ref>[http://www.sabresocials.com/Danny/Socials%2011/Womens%20Suffrage%20in%20Canada.pdf Women's Suffrage Movement in Canada by Patricia Roome, p. 6]</ref>
 
The year following the defeat of the first suffrage bill, the Local Council was established in 1894 as the local chapter of the [[National Council of Women of Canada]] (NCWC). On August 30, 1894, the executive committee met for the first time at [[Government House (Nova Scotia)|Government House]]. [[Emma MacIntosh]] serving as the first president. [[Anna Leonowens]] was the secretary. [[Enfranchisement]] was the issue. (The concomitant preoccupation with enfranchisement was reflected locally in the founding of the [[Woman's Suffrage Association]] in March 1895; Leonowens was president, assisted by sisters [[Eliza Ritchie]] and Mary Walcott Ritchie, along with Charlotte McInnes.)<ref name=DCB_Edwards>{{cite DCB |first=Lois K. |last=Yorke |title=Edwards, Anna Harriette |volume=14 |url=http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/edwards_anna_harriette_14E.html}}</ref> Between 1892 and 1895, thirty-four suffrage petitions were presented to the Nova Scotia legislature, and six suffrage bills were introduced, the final one in 1897.<ref>[http://www.sabresocials.com/Danny/Socials%2011/Womens%20Suffrage%20in%20Canada.pdf Women's Suffrage Movement in Canada by Patricia Roome, p. 6]</ref>
   

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2018 City of Playford Tennis International – Men's Doubles

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Seeds

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# {{flagicon|AUS}} [[Alex Bolt]] / {{flagicon|AUS}} [[Bradley Mousley]] ''(First round)''
 
# {{flagicon|AUS}} [[Alex Bolt]] / {{flagicon|AUS}} [[Bradley Mousley]] ''(First round)''
 
# {{flagicon|AUS}} [[Steven de Waard]] / {{flagicon|GBR}} [[Brydan Klein]] ''(First round)''
 
# {{flagicon|AUS}} [[Steven de Waard]] / {{flagicon|GBR}} [[Brydan Klein]] ''(First round)''
# '''{{flagicon|AUS}} [[Max Purcell]] / {{flagicon|AUS}} [[Luke Saville]]'''
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# {{flagicon|AUS}} [[Max Purcell]] / {{flagicon|AUS}} [[Luke Saville]] ''(Semifinals)''
 
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User:Vikramvikofficial

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Ryan Nall

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Tlingit cuisine

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==See also==
 
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* [[Native American cuisine]]
 
* [[Native American cuisine]]
 
* [[Oncorhynchus|Pacific salmon]]
 
* [[Oncorhynchus|Pacific salmon]]

Signatories of Rhodesia's Unilateral Declaration of Independence

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Philippe Falardeau

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Career

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==Career==
 
==Career==
{{Expand section|date=June 2017}}Falardeau studied political science at the [[University of Ottawa]], before travelling around the world making 20 short films for the Quebec competitive television series ''[[Course Destination Monde]]''. He emerged as the Grand Prize winner.
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{{Expand section|date=June 2017}}Falardeau studied political science at the [[University of Ottawa]], before travelling around the world making 20 short films for the Quebec competitive television series ''Course Destination Monde''. He emerged as the Grand Prize winner.
   
 
His first feature film, ''[[The Left-Hand Side of the Fridge]] (La Moitié gauche du frigo)'' (2000) won "Best Canadian First Feature" at the [[Toronto International Film Festival]] and a Best Screenplay nomination at the Quebec-based [[Jutra Awards]]. Falardeau also received the [[Claude Jutra Award]] at the Canadian [[Genie Award|Genies]] in 2001 for this film.
 
His first feature film, ''[[The Left-Hand Side of the Fridge]] (La Moitié gauche du frigo)'' (2000) won "Best Canadian First Feature" at the [[Toronto International Film Festival]] and a Best Screenplay nomination at the Quebec-based [[Jutra Awards]]. Falardeau also received the [[Claude Jutra Award]] at the Canadian [[Genie Award|Genies]] in 2001 for this film.

Talk:Sean-nós song

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Scottish Gaelic

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I noticed that the term is also used for similar styles of Scottish Gaelic singing but not sure how widely accepted this use is. I've put in some referenced info, but I'm far from an expert on the topic. [[User:Catrìona|Catrìona]] ([[User talk:Catrìona|talk]]) 03:24, 26 November 2017 (UTC)
 
I noticed that the term is also used for similar styles of Scottish Gaelic singing but not sure how widely accepted this use is. I've put in some referenced info, but I'm far from an expert on the topic. [[User:Catrìona|Catrìona]] ([[User talk:Catrìona|talk]]) 03:24, 26 November 2017 (UTC)
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:Pinging [[User:The Banner|The Banner]], I noticed you reverted my edit for being unsourced. I thought the lede was not usually sourced because it is a summary of information, properly cited, elsewhere in the article ([[Sean-nós_song#Scottish_Highlands_and_Islands|as is the case]]). I understand that the use of the term for Scottish Gaelic singing can be controversial, but that is a content dispute. Regards — [[User:Catrìona|Catrìona]] ([[User talk:Catrìona|talk]]) 08:07, 4 January 2018 (UTC)

Charles Edward, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha

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Show changes

Rain or Shine (TV series)

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Ratings

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Road signs in Pakistan

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Compulsory signs

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Masterpiece (2017 film)

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'''''Masterpiece''''' is an 2017 Indian [[Malayalam cinema|Malayalam]] language [[action thriller]] film directed by Ajai Vasudev and written by [[Udaykrishna-Sibi K. Thomas|Uday Krishna]]. It stars [[Mammootty]], [[Unni Mukundan]], [[Mukesh (actor)|Mukesh]], [[Varalaxmi Sarathkumar]], [[Poonam Bajwa]], [[Maqbool Salmaan]], [[Gokul Suresh]], [[Kalabhavan Shajohn]], [[Santhosh Pandit]], [[Anjali Nair]], and [[Mahima Nambiar]]. The [[principal photography]] began on 17 April 2017 at the [[Fatima Mata National College]], [[Kollam]] and was completed by the end of November in [[Kochi]]. [[Deepak Dev]] composed the soundtrack.<ref name="mmiv"/><ref name="ld">{{cite web | url=http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/malayalam/movies/news/ajai-vasudevs-mammootty-starrer-titled-masterpiece/articleshow/58735187.cms | title=Ajai Vasudev's Mammootty starrer titled Masterpiece | work=[[The Times of India]] | author=Deepika Jayaram | accessdate=18 May 2017}}</ref>
 
'''''Masterpiece''''' is an 2017 Indian [[Malayalam cinema|Malayalam]] language [[action thriller]] film directed by Ajai Vasudev and written by [[Udaykrishna-Sibi K. Thomas|Uday Krishna]]. It stars [[Mammootty]], [[Unni Mukundan]], [[Mukesh (actor)|Mukesh]], [[Varalaxmi Sarathkumar]], [[Poonam Bajwa]], [[Maqbool Salmaan]], [[Gokul Suresh]], [[Kalabhavan Shajohn]], [[Santhosh Pandit]], [[Anjali Nair]], and [[Mahima Nambiar]]. The [[principal photography]] began on 17 April 2017 at the [[Fatima Mata National College]], [[Kollam]] and was completed by the end of November in [[Kochi]]. [[Deepak Dev]] composed the soundtrack.<ref name="mmiv"/><ref name="ld">{{cite web | url=http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/malayalam/movies/news/ajai-vasudevs-mammootty-starrer-titled-masterpiece/articleshow/58735187.cms | title=Ajai Vasudev's Mammootty starrer titled Masterpiece | work=[[The Times of India]] | author=Deepika Jayaram | accessdate=18 May 2017}}</ref>
   
The film was released on 21 December 2017 and opened to positive to mixed reviews.Even many audience complainted about the action sequences are overdose, the film went to superhit at the box office.<ref name="rls"/>
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The film was released on 21 December 2017.<ref name="rls"/>
   
 
==Cast==
 
==Cast==

National Register of Historic Places listings in McMullen County, Texas

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Komar (caste)

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See also: not relevant - plenty of other books on caste that are not polemics

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== Practices ==
 
== Practices ==
 
Domar's members live by the Juu-Akir, which teaches the worship of a deity in the form of a flame.{{citation needed|date=April 2012}} They are also believed to trace their origin to [[Rosh Singh]], who preached [[Vegetarianism]].{{citation needed|date=April 2012}}
 
Domar's members live by the Juu-Akir, which teaches the worship of a deity in the form of a flame.{{citation needed|date=April 2012}} They are also believed to trace their origin to [[Rosh Singh]], who preached [[Vegetarianism]].{{citation needed|date=April 2012}}
 
==See also==
 
[[Castes in India: Their Mechanism, Genesis and Development]]
 
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Template:Admiralty Department

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* [[Training Division (Royal Navy)|Training Division]]
 
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* [[Training and Staff Duties Division (Royal Navy)|Training and Staff Duties Division]]
 
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* [[Training and Staff Duties Division (Royal Navy)|Tactical and Staff Duties Division]]
 
* [[Anti-Submarine Division (Royal Navy)|Undersurface Warfare Division]]
 
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Talk:Kill Bill

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ping

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I propose we merge information about the Whole Bloody Affair (a recut that combines both films) and possible third film into the [[Kill Bill: Volume 2]] page, then redirect [[Kill Bill]] to [[Kill Bill: Volume 1]]. [[User:Popcornduff|Popcornduff]] ([[User talk:Popcornduff|talk]]) 08:06, 4 January 2018 (UTC)
 
I propose we merge information about the Whole Bloody Affair (a recut that combines both films) and possible third film into the [[Kill Bill: Volume 2]] page, then redirect [[Kill Bill]] to [[Kill Bill: Volume 1]]. [[User:Popcornduff|Popcornduff]] ([[User talk:Popcornduff|talk]]) 08:06, 4 January 2018 (UTC)
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Pinging [[User:Aspects|Aspects]], who proposed a different merger in 2016. [[User:Popcornduff|Popcornduff]] ([[User talk:Popcornduff|talk]]) 08:06, 4 January 2018 (UTC)

Category:Environmental organizations based in Trinidad and Tobago

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Workman and Temple Family Homestead Museum

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After his arrival in the [[San Gabriel Valley]] in 1841, [[Workman-Temple family|William Workman]] (1799&ndash;1876) bought part of the [[Rancho La Puente]] and built his [[adobe]] house in 1842.<ref name=hmdb>{{cite web|title=William Workman Home|url=http://www.hmdb.org/marker.asp?marker=50981|website=Historical Marker Database|accessdate=28 September 2015}}</ref> It was enlarged over the years and, by 1870, was remodeled with the addition of brick wings and a second story, as well as impressive exterior decorative details. This renovation was said to have been designed by the first trained architect in Los Angeles, Ezra F. Kysor, designer of the extant Pico House hotel, [[St. Vibiana's Cathedral]], and the Perry House, all in Los Angeles, though there is no known documentation of Kysor's work on the building. The Workman Adobe was placed on the National Register of Historic Landmarks on November 20, 1974<ref name=nris/> and was added to the California State Register of Historic Landmarks, No. 874,<ref name=hmdb /> in conjunction with "El Campo Santo" Cemetery, with the marker placed on the site on 5 November 1976,<ref name=hmdb /> the 135th anniversary of the arrival of the Workman family to the area.
 
After his arrival in the [[San Gabriel Valley]] in 1841, [[Workman-Temple family|William Workman]] (1799&ndash;1876) bought part of the [[Rancho La Puente]] and built his [[adobe]] house in 1842.<ref name=hmdb>{{cite web|title=William Workman Home|url=http://www.hmdb.org/marker.asp?marker=50981|website=Historical Marker Database|accessdate=28 September 2015}}</ref> It was enlarged over the years and, by 1870, was remodeled with the addition of brick wings and a second story, as well as impressive exterior decorative details. This renovation was said to have been designed by the first trained architect in Los Angeles, Ezra F. Kysor, designer of the extant Pico House hotel, [[St. Vibiana's Cathedral]], and the Perry House, all in Los Angeles, though there is no known documentation of Kysor's work on the building. The Workman Adobe was placed on the National Register of Historic Landmarks on November 20, 1974<ref name=nris/> and was added to the California State Register of Historic Landmarks, No. 874,<ref name=hmdb /> in conjunction with "El Campo Santo" Cemetery, with the marker placed on the site on 5 November 1976,<ref name=hmdb /> the 135th anniversary of the arrival of the Workman family to the area.
   
The broad outlines, including large porches on the north and south sides, of the structure measure 19' deep by 72' wide and there are eight rooms on the first floor and three finished rooms (with three others evidently finished in the late 19th century) on the second story. The home was dramatically altered over the years, especially when it was used for military school classrooms from 1930 to 1935 and as a residence and then office and nurses' quarters for El Encanto sanitarium from 1940 to 1963, when the home and cemetery were purchased by the City of Industry. Consequently, many original details have long been lost, though there are a few notable survivors, including the ca. 1870 interior staircase, two marble coal-burning fireplaces from the same period, and a ceiling cartouche from that era. Late 1970s-era restortation efforts were limited to the outside of the structure, including the reconstruction of the entire east wall, which was mostly of adobe and collapsed during work in 1977. There are two houses open for tours on the property admission is free as is parking. Each is a 45 minute guided only tour, several aspects of the house remain off limits the cellars, upstairs of the Workman home, dormitories of the military school.
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The broad outlines, including large porches on the north and south sides, of the structure measure 19' deep by 72' wide and there are eight rooms on the first floor and three finished rooms (with three others evidently finished in the late 19th century) on the second story. The home was dramatically altered over the years, especially when it was used for military school classrooms from 1930 to 1935 and as a residence and then office and nurses' quarters for El Encanto sanitarium from 1940 to 1963, when the home and cemetery were purchased by the City of Industry. Consequently, many original details have long been lost, though there are a few notable survivors, including the ca. 1870 interior staircase, two marble coal-burning fireplaces from the same period, and a ceiling cartouche from that era. Late 1970s-era restortation efforts were limited to the outside of the structure, including the reconstruction of the entire east wall, which was mostly of adobe and collapsed during work in 1977. There are two houses open for tours on the property admission is free as is parking. Each is a 45-minute guided only tour, several aspects of the house remain off limits the cellars, upstairs of the Workman home, dormitories of the military school.
   
 
==La Casa Nueva (Temple residence)==
 
==La Casa Nueva (Temple residence)==

Philippine highway network

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2018 in South Korean music

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Disbanded Groups

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==Releases in 2018==
 
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Birgit Klaubert

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2018 City of Playford Tennis International – Men's Doubles

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Draw

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| RD3-team04={{flagicon|GER}} [[Tobias Kamke|T Kamke]]<br>{{flagicon|GER}} [[Oscar Otte|O Otte]]
 
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KK Crnokosa

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User:Iskekanayake

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User account Iskekanayake was created