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Alireza Novin

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| successor = [[Sadegh Najafi-Khazarlou]]
 
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| birth_date = {{birth date and age|1961|2|27|df=yes}}
 
| birth_date = {{birth date and age|1961|2|27|df=yes}}
| birth_place = [[Tabriz]], [[Iran]]
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| birth_place = [[Tabriz]], [[Azerbaijan (Iran)|Azerbaijan]]
 
| nationality = [[Iran]]ian
 
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| party = [[Moderation and Development Party]]
 
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'''Alireza Novin''' ({{lang-fa|علیرضا نوین}}, born 27 February 1961<ref name="site-life">{{cite web |url=http://tabriz.ir/?PageID=236|title=The Mayor |accessdate=2009-08-08 |work=Official Website |archiveurl = http://tabriz.ir/?PageID=236 <!-- Bot retrieved archive --> |archivedate = 2009-12-17|language=fa}}</ref>) is the former [[List of mayors of Tabriz|Mayor]] of [[Tabriz]], [[Iran]]. He was elected as 54th Mayor of Tabriz on 15 December 2005 by [[City and Village Councils of Iran|City Council]] and was inaugurated as mayor on 1 January 2006 in [[Saat Tower|Saat City Hall]].<ref>[http://www.moi.ir/Portal/Home/ShowPage.aspx?Object=News&ID=89c9e790-17d4-43ea-84b0-ba83d14d050f&LayoutID=dd8faff4-f71b-4c65-9aef-a1b6d0160be3&CategoryID=832a711b-95fe-4505-8aa3-38f5e17309c9 New Tabriz Mayor was inaugurated] {{webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20111113181849/http://www.moi.ir/Portal/Home/ShowPage.aspx?Object=News&ID=89c9e790-17d4-43ea-84b0-ba83d14d050f&LayoutID=dd8faff4-f71b-4c65-9aef-a1b6d0160be3&CategoryID=832a711b-95fe-4505-8aa3-38f5e17309c9 |date=2011-11-13 }}</ref> He is graduated from [[Tabriz University]] in management.
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'''Alireza Novin''' ({{lang-fa|علیرضا نوین}}, born 27 February 1961<ref name="site-life">{{cite web |url=http://tabriz.ir/?PageID=236|title=The Mayor |accessdate=2009-08-08 |work=Official Website |archiveurl = http://tabriz.ir/?PageID=236 <!-- Bot retrieved archive --> |archivedate = 2009-12-17|language=fa}}</ref>) is the former [[List of mayors of Tabriz|Mayor]] of [[Tabriz]], [[Azerbaijan (Iran)|Azerbaijan]]. He was elected as 54th Mayor of Tabriz on 15 December 2005 by [[City and Village Councils of Iran|City Council]] and was inaugurated as mayor on 1 January 2006 in [[Saat Tower|Saat City Hall]].<ref>[http://www.moi.ir/Portal/Home/ShowPage.aspx?Object=News&ID=89c9e790-17d4-43ea-84b0-ba83d14d050f&LayoutID=dd8faff4-f71b-4c65-9aef-a1b6d0160be3&CategoryID=832a711b-95fe-4505-8aa3-38f5e17309c9 New Tabriz Mayor was inaugurated] {{webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20111113181849/http://www.moi.ir/Portal/Home/ShowPage.aspx?Object=News&ID=89c9e790-17d4-43ea-84b0-ba83d14d050f&LayoutID=dd8faff4-f71b-4c65-9aef-a1b6d0160be3&CategoryID=832a711b-95fe-4505-8aa3-38f5e17309c9 |date=2011-11-13 }}</ref> He is graduated from [[Tabriz University]] in management.
   
 
==References==
 
==References==

Italian electoral law of 2017

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Graphical summary

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{{note label|reference_name_A|a|a}}Autonomous province, part of the region of [[Trentino-South Tyrol]].
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Draft:Bilal Abbas Khan

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Office for Students

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Leadership: Young resigned today

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In July 2017, it was announced that [[Universities UK]] Chief Executive [[Nicola Dandridge]] would take up the role of Chief Executive.<ref name="dandridge" /> They both will serve on the OfS board. The board, as of January 2018, consists additionally of:<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.gov.uk/government/news/new-universities-regulator-comes-into-force|title=New universities regulator comes into force - GOV.UK|website=www.gov.uk|language=en|access-date=2018-01-02}}</ref>
 
In July 2017, it was announced that [[Universities UK]] Chief Executive [[Nicola Dandridge]] would take up the role of Chief Executive.<ref name="dandridge" /> They both will serve on the OfS board. The board, as of January 2018, consists additionally of:<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.gov.uk/government/news/new-universities-regulator-comes-into-force|title=New universities regulator comes into force - GOV.UK|website=www.gov.uk|language=en|access-date=2018-01-02}}</ref>
 
* Simon Levine, CEO of [[DLA Piper]]
 
* Simon Levine, CEO of [[DLA Piper]]
* [[Toby Young]], journalist
 
 
* [[Elizabeth Fagan]], managing director of [[Boots UK|Boots]]
 
* [[Elizabeth Fagan]], managing director of [[Boots UK|Boots]]
 
* Katja Hall, formerly of [[HSBC]]
 
* Katja Hall, formerly of [[HSBC]]

2017–18 Iranian protests

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Analyst Opinions: match source - no evidence was found for self-enrichment. This wasn't ruled out either.

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According to [[Trita Parsi]], the founder and current president of the [[National Iranian American Council]], the main participants in these protests are different from those involved in the [[2009 Iranian presidential election protests]]. Parsi suggests that the protesters are mainly those disillusioned with the [[Iranian reform movement]] or who never supported it. He said Iranian Reformists have been surprised by these protests and have not come out in support of the protestors.<ref name="Trita Parsi" />
 
According to [[Trita Parsi]], the founder and current president of the [[National Iranian American Council]], the main participants in these protests are different from those involved in the [[2009 Iranian presidential election protests]]. Parsi suggests that the protesters are mainly those disillusioned with the [[Iranian reform movement]] or who never supported it. He said Iranian Reformists have been surprised by these protests and have not come out in support of the protestors.<ref name="Trita Parsi" />
   
Journalist, editor and political commentator [[Bret Stephens]] wrote that "real democracies don't live in fear of their own people", referring to the crackdown on protesters, and the Internet. He concluded that one of the reasons the protesters were calling for longtime leader Khamenei to step down is because he controls a financial empire that was worth at least $95 billion in 2013.<ref name="auto9">{{cite web|url=https://www.nytimes.com/2018/01/05/opinion/finding-the-way-forward-on-iran.html|title=Opinion - Finding the Way Forward on Iran|last=Stephens|first=Bret|date=6 January 2018|publisher=|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20180106033146/https://www.nytimes.com/2018/01/05/opinion/finding-the-way-forward-on-iran.html|archivedate=6 January 2018|deadurl=no|via=NYTimes.com|df=dmy-all}}</ref><ref>https://nypost.com/2018/01/07/no-the-gops-not-playing-the-trump-psych-game-and-other-comments/</ref> Stephen's opinion piece used a 2013 Reuters investigation that revealed that Khamenei controls an organisation "Setad Ejraiye Farmane Hazrate Emam" that had assets in excess of $95 billion. Although he does not gain any monetary benefits from the organization. <ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.reuters.com/investigates/iran/|title=Reuters Investigates - Assets of the Ayatollah|website=Reuters|access-date=2018-01-08}}</ref>
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Journalist, editor and political commentator [[Bret Stephens]] wrote that "real democracies don't live in fear of their own people", referring to the crackdown on protesters, and the Internet. He concluded that one of the reasons the protesters were calling for longtime leader Khamenei to step down is because he controls a financial empire that was worth at least $95 billion in 2013.<ref name="auto9">{{cite web|url=https://www.nytimes.com/2018/01/05/opinion/finding-the-way-forward-on-iran.html|title=Opinion - Finding the Way Forward on Iran|last=Stephens|first=Bret|date=6 January 2018|publisher=|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20180106033146/https://www.nytimes.com/2018/01/05/opinion/finding-the-way-forward-on-iran.html|archivedate=6 January 2018|deadurl=no|via=NYTimes.com|df=dmy-all}}</ref><ref>https://nypost.com/2018/01/07/no-the-gops-not-playing-the-trump-psych-game-and-other-comments/</ref> Stephen's opinion piece used a 2013 Reuters investigation that revealed that Khamenei controls an organisation "Setad Ejraiye Farmane Hazrate Emam" that had assets in excess of $95 billion. Although Reuters found no evidence that Khamenei uses the organization for self-enrichment. <ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.reuters.com/investigates/iran/|title=Reuters Investigates - Assets of the Ayatollah|website=Reuters|access-date=2018-01-08}}</ref>
   
 
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User:Rana ramez

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File:RoswellTVSeries.jpg

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Title card of [[The WB Television Network|The WB]]'s television series ''Roswell''.
 
Title card of [[The WB Television Network|The WB]]'s television series ''Roswell''.

User talk:88.55.136.194

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General note: Editing tests on Co-adaptation. (TW)

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List of the busiest airports in the former USSR

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2017 statistics: Updated KBP,RIX,ODS,IEV

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|IEV|| [[Kiev]]||{{0}}1,127,500<small>(2016)</small><ref>{{cite web|title=Статистика Міжнародного аеропорту «Київ», грудень 2016. Підсумки 2016.|url=http://iev.aero/about/news/443/|website=Kyiv International Airport.|accessdate=13 January 2017}}</ref>||
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|41|| Lithuania||[[Kaunas International Airport]]
 
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|44|| Kyrgyzstan ||[[Osh Airport]]
 
|44|| Kyrgyzstan ||[[Osh Airport]]

Equity premium puzzle

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Classical explanation

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The following graph illustrates the equalization of bond yields and bank rates of interest in the US:<ref>Shaikh (2016), figure 10.2, reproduced using the [http://realecon.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/appendix_10.2_data_tables.xlsx Appendix 10.2 data tables].</ref>{{Graph:Chart|width=600|height=180|xAxisTitle=|yAxisTitle=|legend=Legend|type=line|x=1947,1948,1949,1950,1951,1952,1953,1954,1955,1956,1957,1958,1959,1960,1961,1962,1963,1964,1965,1966,1967,1968,1969,1970,1971,1972,1973,1974,1975,1976,1977,1978,1979,1980,1981,1982,1983,1984,1985,1986,1987,1988,1989,1990,1991,1992,1993,1994,1995,1996,1997,1998,1999,2000,2001,2002,2003,2004,2005,2006,2007,2008,2009,2010,2011|y1=2.61,2.82,2.66,2.62,2.86,2.96,3.20,2.90,3.06,3.36,3.89,3.79,4.38,4.41,4.35,4.33,4.26,4.40,4.49,5.13,5.51,6.18,7.03,8.04,7.39,7.21,7.44,8.57,8.83,8.43,8.02,8.73,9.63,11.94,14.17,13.79,12.04,12.71,11.37,9.02,9.38,9.71,9.26,9.32,8.77,8.14,7.22,7.96,7.59,7.37,7.26,6.53,7.04,7.62,7.08,6.49,5.67,5.63,5.24,5.59,5.56,5.63,5.31,4.94,4.64|y2=1.63,1.88,2.00,2.07,2.56,3.00,3.17,3.05,3.16,3.77,4.20,3.83,4.48,4.82,4.50,4.50,4.50,4.50,4.54,5.63,5.63,6.31,7.96,7.91,5.73,5.25,8.03,10.81,7.86,6.84,6.83,9.06,12.67,15.26,18.87,14.85,10.79,12.04,9.93,8.33,8.21,9.32,10.87,10.01,8.46,6.25,6.00,7.15,8.83,8.27,8.44,8.35,8.00,9.23,6.91,4.67,4.12,4.34,6.19,7.96,8.05,5.09,3.25,3.25,3.25|colors=#0000aa,#ff8000|y1Title=Prime lending rate|y2Title=Corporate (AAA) bond yield}}
 
The following graph illustrates the equalization of bond yields and bank rates of interest in the US:<ref>Shaikh (2016), figure 10.2, reproduced using the [http://realecon.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/appendix_10.2_data_tables.xlsx Appendix 10.2 data tables].</ref>{{Graph:Chart|width=600|height=180|xAxisTitle=|yAxisTitle=|legend=Legend|type=line|x=1947,1948,1949,1950,1951,1952,1953,1954,1955,1956,1957,1958,1959,1960,1961,1962,1963,1964,1965,1966,1967,1968,1969,1970,1971,1972,1973,1974,1975,1976,1977,1978,1979,1980,1981,1982,1983,1984,1985,1986,1987,1988,1989,1990,1991,1992,1993,1994,1995,1996,1997,1998,1999,2000,2001,2002,2003,2004,2005,2006,2007,2008,2009,2010,2011|y1=2.61,2.82,2.66,2.62,2.86,2.96,3.20,2.90,3.06,3.36,3.89,3.79,4.38,4.41,4.35,4.33,4.26,4.40,4.49,5.13,5.51,6.18,7.03,8.04,7.39,7.21,7.44,8.57,8.83,8.43,8.02,8.73,9.63,11.94,14.17,13.79,12.04,12.71,11.37,9.02,9.38,9.71,9.26,9.32,8.77,8.14,7.22,7.96,7.59,7.37,7.26,6.53,7.04,7.62,7.08,6.49,5.67,5.63,5.24,5.59,5.56,5.63,5.31,4.94,4.64|y2=1.63,1.88,2.00,2.07,2.56,3.00,3.17,3.05,3.16,3.77,4.20,3.83,4.48,4.82,4.50,4.50,4.50,4.50,4.54,5.63,5.63,6.31,7.96,7.91,5.73,5.25,8.03,10.81,7.86,6.84,6.83,9.06,12.67,15.26,18.87,14.85,10.79,12.04,9.93,8.33,8.21,9.32,10.87,10.01,8.46,6.25,6.00,7.15,8.83,8.27,8.44,8.35,8.00,9.23,6.91,4.67,4.12,4.34,6.19,7.96,8.05,5.09,3.25,3.25,3.25|colors=#0000aa,#ff8000|y1Title=Prime lending rate|y2Title=Corporate (AAA) bond yield}}
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As pointed by Mehra and Prescott, it is important to remember that the puzzle is not qualitative but numerical. Positive equity premium is indeed expected in almost all economic models. The real challenge is to explain the observed numerical values for the premium.
   
 
=== The equity premium: a deeper puzzle ===
 
=== The equity premium: a deeper puzzle ===

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:Also, please do not uploaded a [[:WP:NFC|non-free file]] just to add them to an article's talk page. This is something not permitted by [[:WP:NFCCP|Wikipedia's non-free content use policy]]. If you want to add a non-free file to an article and are unable to do so yourself, then provide a link to the page where the file can be found so that others can see it determine if it should be added. -- [[User:Marchjuly|Marchjuly]] ([[User talk:Marchjuly|talk]]) 01:31, 25 December 2017 (UTC)
 
:Also, please do not uploaded a [[:WP:NFC|non-free file]] just to add them to an article's talk page. This is something not permitted by [[:WP:NFCCP|Wikipedia's non-free content use policy]]. If you want to add a non-free file to an article and are unable to do so yourself, then provide a link to the page where the file can be found so that others can see it determine if it should be added. -- [[User:Marchjuly|Marchjuly]] ([[User talk:Marchjuly|talk]]) 01:31, 25 December 2017 (UTC)
 
:[[File:Padlock-bronze-open.svg|28px|link=|alt=]] '''Not done:''' The page's protection level has changed since this request was placed. You should now be able to [[Help:Editing|edit the page yourself]]. If you still seem to be unable to, please reopen the request with further details.<!-- Template:EP --> &mdash;&nbsp;Martin <small>([[User:MSGJ|MSGJ]]&nbsp;·&nbsp;[[User talk:MSGJ|talk]])</small> 11:23, 2 January 2018 (UTC)
 
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[[user:Ryanoo|ryanoo]] and others, why not accept that North Africa can be interpreted in many ways and create an article accordingly? Sudan's inclusion is historic and links to its joint history with Egypt. The US census is only one interpretation that carries no greater weight than many other sources that interpret North Africa in a different way. [[User:Roger 8 Roger|Roger 8 Roger]] ([[User talk:Roger 8 Roger|talk]]) 08:53, 9 January 2018 (UTC)

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::::You didn't have to wait. But sticking an edit in the middle of his series does not magically turn his remaining series into an extra revert. If the changes could have been made in a single edit, they count as a single revert. [[User:El_C|El_C]] 08:23, 9 January 2018 (UTC)
 
::::You didn't have to wait. But sticking an edit in the middle of his series does not magically turn his remaining series into an extra revert. If the changes could have been made in a single edit, they count as a single revert. [[User:El_C|El_C]] 08:23, 9 January 2018 (UTC)
 
:::::You're saying that I did have to wait for him to revert my intervening edit, because he couldn't have included such a revert with all the ones he made before my intervening edit. Anyway, you make it sound like I deliberately stuck in that edit. I didn't, you can see that it's an extensive edit that took me a while to study and put together, and I would have made more edits but when I realized he was editing the artice in this way I withdrew. Plus you're inventing a new rule that "If the changes could have been made in a single edit, they count as a single revert."[[User:Anythingyouwant|&#32;Anythingyouwant]] ([[User talk:Anythingyouwant#top|talk]]) 08:34, 9 January 2018 (UTC)
 
:::::You're saying that I did have to wait for him to revert my intervening edit, because he couldn't have included such a revert with all the ones he made before my intervening edit. Anyway, you make it sound like I deliberately stuck in that edit. I didn't, you can see that it's an extensive edit that took me a while to study and put together, and I would have made more edits but when I realized he was editing the artice in this way I withdrew. Plus you're inventing a new rule that "If the changes could have been made in a single edit, they count as a single revert."[[User:Anythingyouwant|&#32;Anythingyouwant]] ([[User talk:Anythingyouwant#top|talk]]) 08:34, 9 January 2018 (UTC)
::::::No, you can edit whenever you wish. I'm not inventing anything—it's just what a partial revert is. [[User:El_C|El_C]] 08:41, 9 January 2018 (UTC)
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::::::We've had this debate in AN3 before more than once, and in this case, I would err on the side of ''no violation,'' because it could have been done with a single edit. A good rule of thumb to keep in mind, actually. [[User:El_C|El_C]] 08:54, 9 January 2018 (UTC)

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Images in review: Eotyrannus

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:::::::::Could you also try to make the animal's outline more solid and consistent? [[Inkscape]] would be a useful program for this. --[[User:Slate Weasel|Slate Weasel]] ([[User talk:Slate Weasel|talk]] | [[Special:Contributions/Slate Weasel|contribs]]) 00:59, 8 January 2018 (UTC)
 
:::::::::Could you also try to make the animal's outline more solid and consistent? [[Inkscape]] would be a useful program for this. --[[User:Slate Weasel|Slate Weasel]] ([[User talk:Slate Weasel|talk]] | [[Special:Contributions/Slate Weasel|contribs]]) 00:59, 8 January 2018 (UTC)
 
::::::::::It's better, but it still looks much too simplistic to be serious scientific illustration. Where are the teeth, the front toes, skin folds, or any indication that this drawing has weight or realism to it. I would recommend redoing the image from scratch, so that you won't be so restrained by the original concept's design or proportions. Doing so would also let the tip of the tail be visible in the image, which would make it a little less jarring. Nevertheless, I appreciate your commitment to improving it, and I hope that with a little more rigor it can find its way onto the ''Aegyptosaurus'' page. May I recommend that you check out other paleoartists? My personal favorites are Gabriel Ugueto (Kana-Hebi on deviantart) and Emily Willoughby. Mark Witton and John Conway are also very good and have a lot of sauropod illustrations. And as always, Scott Hartman has fantastic skeletals. [[User:Fanboyphilosopher|Fanboyphilosopher]] ([[User talk:Fanboyphilosopher|talk]]) 22:59, 8 January 2018 (UTC)
 
::::::::::It's better, but it still looks much too simplistic to be serious scientific illustration. Where are the teeth, the front toes, skin folds, or any indication that this drawing has weight or realism to it. I would recommend redoing the image from scratch, so that you won't be so restrained by the original concept's design or proportions. Doing so would also let the tip of the tail be visible in the image, which would make it a little less jarring. Nevertheless, I appreciate your commitment to improving it, and I hope that with a little more rigor it can find its way onto the ''Aegyptosaurus'' page. May I recommend that you check out other paleoartists? My personal favorites are Gabriel Ugueto (Kana-Hebi on deviantart) and Emily Willoughby. Mark Witton and John Conway are also very good and have a lot of sauropod illustrations. And as always, Scott Hartman has fantastic skeletals. [[User:Fanboyphilosopher|Fanboyphilosopher]] ([[User talk:Fanboyphilosopher|talk]]) 22:59, 8 January 2018 (UTC)
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Eotyrannus scale diagram based on the holotype (and only) specimen. Missing elements filled in with ''Dilong'' and other close relatives. I know it's likely it had feathers, but I wanted to keep the silhouette simplistic. [[User:DaCaTaraptor|DaCaTaraptor]] ([[User talk:DaCaTaraptor|talk]]) 08:53, 9 January 2018 (UTC)

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The American Revolution has a central place in the American memory.<ref>Michael Kammen, ''A Season of Youth: The American Revolution and the Historical Imagination'' (1978); Kammen, ''Mystic Chords of Memory: The Transformation of Tradition in American Culture'' (1991)</ref> As the founding story, it is covered in the schools, memorialized by a national holiday, and commemorated in innumerable monuments. Thus [[Independence Day (United States)|Independence Day]] (the "Fourth of July") is a major national holiday celebrated annually. Besides local sites such as Bunker Hill, one of the first national pilgrimages for memorial tourists was [[Mount Vernon]], George Washington's estate, which attracted ten thousand visitors a year by the 1850s.<ref>Jean B. Lee, "Historical Memory, Sectional Strife, and the American Mecca: Mount Vernon, 1783-1853," ''Virginia Magazine of History and Biography'' (2001) 109#3 pp. 255-300 [https://www.jstor.org/stable/4249931 in JSTOR]</ref>
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The American Revolution has a central place in the American memory.<ref>Michael Kammen, ''A Season of Youth: The American Revolution and the Historical Imagination'' (1978); Kammen, ''Mystic Chords of Memory: The Transformation of Tradition in American Culture'' (1991)</ref> As the founding story, it is covered in the schools, memorialized by a national holiday, and commemorated in innumerable monuments. Thus [[Independence Day (United States)|Independence Day]] (the "Fourth of July") is a major [[Public holidays in the United States|national holiday]] which is celebrated annually. Besides local sites such as Bunker Hill, one of the first national pilgrimages for memorial tourists was [[Mount Vernon]], George Washington's estate, which attracted ten thousand visitors a year by the 1850s.<ref>Jean B. Lee, "Historical Memory, Sectional Strife, and the American Mecca: Mount Vernon, 1783-1853," ''Virginia Magazine of History and Biography'' (2001) 109#3 pp. 255-300 [https://www.jstor.org/stable/4249931 in JSTOR]</ref>
   
 
The Revolution became contention in the 1850s in the debates leading to the Civil War as spokesmen both North and South claimed their region was the true custodian of the legacy of 1776.<ref>Jonathan B. Crider, "De Bow's Revolution: The Memory of the American Revolution in the Politics of the Sectional Crisis, 1850-1861," ''American Nineteenth Century History'' (2009) 10#3 pp 317–332</ref> The Bicentennial in 1976 came a year after the humiliating 1975 withdrawal from Vietnam. Speakers stressed the themes of renewal and rebirth based on a restoration of traditional values.<ref>David Ryan, "Re-enacting Independence through Nostalgia - The 1976 US Bicentennial after the Vietnam War," ''Forum for Inter-American Research'' (2012) 5#3 pp 26–48.</ref>
 
The Revolution became contention in the 1850s in the debates leading to the Civil War as spokesmen both North and South claimed their region was the true custodian of the legacy of 1776.<ref>Jonathan B. Crider, "De Bow's Revolution: The Memory of the American Revolution in the Politics of the Sectional Crisis, 1850-1861," ''American Nineteenth Century History'' (2009) 10#3 pp 317–332</ref> The Bicentennial in 1976 came a year after the humiliating 1975 withdrawal from Vietnam. Speakers stressed the themes of renewal and rebirth based on a restoration of traditional values.<ref>David Ryan, "Re-enacting Independence through Nostalgia - The 1976 US Bicentennial after the Vietnam War," ''Forum for Inter-American Research'' (2012) 5#3 pp 26–48.</ref>
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Today, more than 100 battlefields and historic sites of the American Revolution are protected and maintained by governments.<ref>[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:American_Revolutionary_War_sites. American Revolutionary War Sites] Accessed Jan. 4, 2018.</ref> The [[National Park Service]] alone owns and maintains more than 50 battlefield parks and sites related to the Revolution.<ref>[https://www.nps.gov/revwar/contact/park_info.html National Park Service Revolutionary War Sites.] Accessed Jan. 4, 2018.</ref>
 
Today, more than 100 battlefields and historic sites of the American Revolution are protected and maintained by governments.<ref>[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:American_Revolutionary_War_sites. American Revolutionary War Sites] Accessed Jan. 4, 2018.</ref> The [[National Park Service]] alone owns and maintains more than 50 battlefield parks and sites related to the Revolution.<ref>[https://www.nps.gov/revwar/contact/park_info.html National Park Service Revolutionary War Sites.] Accessed Jan. 4, 2018.</ref>
 
   
 
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History of the People's Republic of China (1976–89)

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Mao Zedong died on September 9, 1976. At the time of his death, China was in a political and economic quagmire. The [[Cultural Revolution|Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution]] and subsequent factional fighting had left the country much poorer, weaker, and isolated than it had beenDeng Xiaoping in 1965. Scores of capable party officials, bureaucrats, intellectuals, and professionals were languishing in prison or laboring in factories, mines,Deng Xiaoping and fields. Many schools had beeDeng Xiaopingn closed, and an entire generation of young people were unable to obtain an education.
 
Mao Zedong died on September 9, 1976. At the time of his death, China was in a political and economic quagmire. The [[Cultural Revolution|Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution]] and subsequent factional fighting had left the country much poorer, weaker, and isolated than it had beenDeng Xiaoping in 1965. Scores of capable party officials, bureaucrats, intellectuals, and professionals were languishing in prison or laboring in factories, mines,Deng Xiaoping and fields. Many schools had beeDeng Xiaopingn closed, and an entire generation of young people were unable to obtain an education.
   
Regardless of official propaganda, most Chinese people took Mao's death very calmly. They mourned him, but not in the more emotional way they had mourned the latDeng Xiaopingerals warned him about this, saying that he'd better do something before it was too late. Hua was a bit surprised, but he agreed, and in October the Gang were arrested. None of them put up any resistance, although one of [[Jiang Qing]]'s housekeepers reportedly spat at her as she was being taken away.
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The demise and arrest of the Gang of Four prompted nationwide celebrations, including parades in the streets of [[Beijing]] and other major cities. The Gang of Four symbolized everything that went wrong during the ten years of chaos of the Cultural Revolution, and their demise, the general populace had expected, would mark the beginning of a new era.
 
The demise and arrest of the Gang of Four prompted nationwide celebrations, including parades in the streets of [[Beijing]] and other major cities. The Gang of Four symbolized everything that went wrong during the ten years of chaos of the Cultural Revolution, and their demise, the general populace had expected, would mark the beginning of a new era.

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In [[biology]], '''co-adaptation''' is the process by which two or more species, genes or [[phenotypic trait]]s undergo [[adaptation]] as a pair or group. This occurs when two or more interacting characteristics undergo [[natural selection]] together in response to the same [[Evolutionary pressure|selective pressure]] or when selective pressures alter one characteristic and consecutively alter the interactive characteristic. These interacting characteristics are only beneficial when together, sometimes leading to increased interdepoendence. Co-adaptation and [[coevolution]], although similar in process, are not the same; co-adaptation refers to the interactions between two units, whereas co-evolution refers to their evolutionary history. Co-adaptation and its examples are often seen as evidence for co-evolution.<ref name="Juan2008">{{cite journal |last1=Juan |first1=David |last2=Pazos |first2=Florencio |last3=Valencia |first3=Alfonso |title=Co-evolution and co-adaptation in protein networks |journal=FEBS Letters |date=2008 |volume=582 |pages=1225–1230 |doi=10.1016/j.febslet.2008.02.017}}</ref>
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In [[biology]], '''co-adaptation''' is the process by which two or more species, genes or [[phenotypic trait]]s undergo [[adaptation]] as a pair or group. This occurs when two or more interacting characteristics undergo [[natural selection]] together in response to the same [[Evolutionary pressure|selective pressure]] or when selective pressures alter one characteristic and consecutively alter the interactive characteristic. These interacting characteristics are only beneficial when together, sometimes leading to increased interdependence. Co-adaptation and [[coevolution]], although similar in process, are not the same; co-adaptation refers to the interactions between two units, whereas co-evolution refers to their evolutionary history. Co-adaptation and its examples are often seen as evidence for co-evolution.<ref name="Juan2008">{{cite journal |last1=Juan |first1=David |last2=Pazos |first2=Florencio |last3=Valencia |first3=Alfonso |title=Co-evolution and co-adaptation in protein networks |journal=FEBS Letters |date=2008 |volume=582 |pages=1225–1230 |doi=10.1016/j.febslet.2008.02.017}}</ref>
   
 
== Genes and Protein Complexes ==
 
== Genes and Protein Complexes ==

Mohammed Al-Moeini

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'''Mohammed Al-Moeini''' ([[Arabic]]:محمد المعيني) (born 1 August 1986) is a [[United Arab Emirates|Emirati]] [[football (soccer)|footballer]]. He currently plays for [[Al Dhafra FC|Al Dhafra]] .<ref name="agleague">{{cite web|url=http://uae.agleague.ae/ar/players/details.html?player_id=7105|title=محمد المعيني|author=XS Studios|publisher=uae.agleague.ae|accessdate=2016-05-23}}</ref>
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'''Mohammed Al-Moeini''' ([[Arabic]]:محمد المعيني) (born 1 August 1986) is a [[United Arab Emirates|Emirati]] [[football (soccer)|footballer]]. He currently plays for [[Al-Ittihad Kalba SC|Ittihad Kalba]] .<ref name="agleague">{{cite web|url=http://uae.agleague.ae/ar/players/details.html?player_id=7105|title=محمد المعيني|author=XS Studios|publisher=uae.agleague.ae|accessdate=2016-05-23}}</ref>
   
 
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List of the busiest airports in Ukraine

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Achaemenid Empire

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The Achaemenid infantry consisted of three groups: the [[Immortals (Persian Empire)|Immortals]], the [[Sparabara]], and the [[Takabara]], though in the later years of the Achaemenid Empire, the [[Cardaces]], were introduced.
 
The Achaemenid infantry consisted of three groups: the [[Immortals (Persian Empire)|Immortals]], the [[Sparabara]], and the [[Takabara]], though in the later years of the Achaemenid Empire, the [[Cardaces]], were introduced.
   
The [[Immortals (Persian empire)|Immortals]] were described by [[Herodotus]] as being heavy [[infantry]], led by [[Hydarnes II|Hydarnes]], that were kept constantly at a strength of exactly 10,000 men. He claimed that the unit's name stemmed from the custom that every killed, seriously wounded, or sick member was immediately replaced with a new one, maintaining the numbers and cohesion of the unit.<ref>{{cite web |title=The Persian Immortals |url=http://www.livius.org/ia-in/immortals/immortals.html|author=Jona Lendering|date= |work=Ancient Persia |publisher= |accessdate=6 September 2009}}</ref> They had wicker shields, short spears, swords or large daggers, bow and arrow. Underneath their robes they wore [[scale armour]] coats. The spear counterbalances of the common soldiery were of silver; to differentiate commanding ranks, the officers' spear butt-spikes were golden.<ref name="livius.org2">[http://www.livius.org/ia-in/immortals/immortals.html]. Retrieved 16 May 2009.</ref> Surviving Achaemenid coloured glazed bricks and carved reliefs represent the Immortals as wearing elaborate robes, hoop earrings and gold jewelry, though these garments and accessories were most likely worn only for ceremonial occasions.<ref>Volume IX, Encyclopædia Britannica, Fifteenth Edition 1983</ref> The [[Sparabara]] unit were usually the first to engage in hand-to-hand combat with the enemy. Although not much is known about them today, it is believed that they were the backbone of the Persian army who formed a [[shield wall]] and used their two-metre-long spears to protect more vulnerable troops such as [[Archery|archers]] from the enemy. The Sparabara were taken from the full members of Persian society, they were trained from childhood to be soldiers and when not called out to fight on campaigns in distant lands they practised hunting on the vast plains of [[Persia]]. However, when all was quiet and the [[Pax Persica]] held true, the ''Sparabara'' returned to normal life farming the land and grazing their herds. Because of this they lacked true professional quality on the battlefield, yet they were well trained and courageous to the point of holding the line in most situations long enough for a counterattack. They were armoured with quilted [[linen]] and carried large rectangular [[wicker]] shields as a form of light manoeuvrable defense. This, however, left them at a severe disadvantage against heavily armoured opponents such as the [[hoplite]], and his two-metre-long spear was not able to give the Sparabara ample range to plausibly engage a trained [[phalanx formation|phalanx]]. The wicker shields were able to effectively stop arrows but not strong enough to protect the soldier from spears. However, the Sparabara could deal with most other infantry, including trained units from the East. The [[Takabara]] were a rare unit who were a tough type of [[peltasts]].<ref>Nicholas Sekunda, ''The Persian Army 560–330 BC'', page 30, 1992, Osprey Publishing. {{ISBN|978-1-85532-250-9}}</ref> Takabara nevertheless were more garrison warriors than front line fighters as proved against the well-armed [[Hoplites]] of Greece where they were easily defeated in hand to hand conflict.{{Citation needed|date=August 2011}} They tended to fight with their own native weapons which would have included a crescent-shaped light wickerwork [[shield]] and [[axe]]s as well as light linen cloth and [[leather]]. The Takabara were recruited from territories that incorporated modern Iraq and parts of Iran.
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The [[Immortals (Persian empire)|Immortals]] were described by [[Herodotus]] as being heavy [[infantry]], led by [[Hydarnes II|Hydarnes]], that were kept constantly at a strength of exactly 10,000 men. He claimed that the unit's name stemmed from the custom that every killed, seriously wounded, or sick member was immediately replaced with a new one, maintaining the numbers and cohesion of the unit.<ref>{{cite web |title=The Persian Immortals |url=http://www.livius.org/ia-in/immortals/immortals.html|author=Jona Lendering|date= |work=Ancient Persia |publisher= |accessdate=6 September 2009}}</ref> They had wicker shields, short spears, swords or large daggers, bow and arrow. Underneath their robes they wore [[scale armour]] coats. The spear counterbalances of the common soldiery were of silver; to differentiate commanding ranks, the officers' spear butt-spikes were golden.<ref name="livius.org2">[http://www.livius.org/ia-in/immortals/immortals.html]. Retrieved 16 May 2009.</ref> Surviving Achaemenid coloured glazed bricks and carved reliefs represent the Immortals as wearing elaborate robes, hoop earrings and gold jewelry, though these garments and accessories were most likely worn only for ceremonial occasions.<ref>Volume IX, Encyclopædia Britannica, Fifteenth Edition 1983</ref>
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The [[Sparabara]] were usually the first to engage in hand-to-hand combat with the enemy. Although not much is known about them today, it is believed that they were the backbone of the Persian army who formed a [[shield wall]] and used their two-metre-long spears to protect more vulnerable troops such as [[Archery|archers]] from the enemy. The Sparabara were taken from the full members of Persian society, they were trained from childhood to be soldiers and when not called out to fight on campaigns in distant lands they practised hunting on the vast plains of [[Persia]]. However, when all was quiet and the Pax Persica held true, the Sparabara returned to normal life farming the land and grazing their herds. Because of this they lacked true professional quality on the battlefield, yet they were well trained and courageous to the point of holding the line in most situations long enough for a counterattack. They were armoured with quilted [[linen]] and carried large rectangular [[wicker]] shields as a form of light manoeuvrable defense. This, however, left them at a severe disadvantage against heavily armoured opponents such as the [[hoplite]], and his two-metre-long spear was not able to give the Sparabara ample range to plausibly engage a trained [[phalanx formation|phalanx]]. The wicker shields were able to effectively stop arrows but not strong enough to protect the soldier from spears. However, the Sparabara could deal with most other infantry, including trained units from the East.
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The [[Takabara]] were a rare unit who were a tough type of [[peltasts]].<ref>Nicholas Sekunda, ''The Persian Army 560–330 BC'', page 30, 1992, Osprey Publishing. {{ISBN|978-1-85532-250-9}}</ref> Takabara nevertheless were more garrison warriors than front line fighters as proved against the well-armed [[hoplites]] of Greece where they were easily defeated in hand to hand conflict.{{Citation needed|date=August 2011}} They tended to fight with their own native weapons which would have included a crescent-shaped light wickerwork [[shield]] and [[axe]]s as well as light linen cloth and [[leather]]. The Takabara were recruited from territories that incorporated modern Iraq and parts of Iran.
   
 
===Cavalry===
 
===Cavalry===

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Siberia

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Siberia is extraordinarily rich in [[mineral]]s, containing ores of almost all economically valuable [[metal]]s. It has some of the world's largest deposits of [[Norilsk#Norilsk-Talnakh nickel deposits|nickel]], [[gold]], [[lead]], [[coal]], [[molybdenum]], [[gypsum]], [[diamond]]s, [[diopside]], [[silver]] and [[zinc]], as well as extensive unexploited resources of [[oil]] and [[natural gas]].<ref>[http://www.statista.com/statistics/159771/yamal-peninsula-in-western-siberia-development-of-gas-fields/ Statistics on the Development of Gas Fields in Western Siberia], Daily Questions on Energy and Economy</ref> Around 70% of Russia's developed [[List of oil fields|oil fields]] are in the [[Khanty-Mansiysk]] region.<ref>{{cite web|first=Simone |last=Schlindwein |url=http://www.spiegel.de/international/world/the-city-built-on-oil-eu-russia-summit-visits-siberia-s-boomtown-a-562248.html |title=The City Built on Oil: EU-Russia Summit Visits Siberia's Boomtown |publisher=Spiegel |date=August 26, 2008 |accessdate=8 August 2014}}</ref> Russia contains about 40% of the world's known resources of [[nickel]] at the [[Norilsk]] deposit in Siberia. [[Norilsk Nickel]] is the world's biggest nickel and [[palladium]] producer.<ref>{{cite web| url=https://www.reuters.com/article/2010/01/29/norilsk-russia-output-idUSLDE60S0DU20100129 |title=Norilsk raises 2010 nickel output forecast |publisher=Reuters |date=29 January 2010 |accessdate=8 August 2014}}</ref>
 
Siberia is extraordinarily rich in [[mineral]]s, containing ores of almost all economically valuable [[metal]]s. It has some of the world's largest deposits of [[Norilsk#Norilsk-Talnakh nickel deposits|nickel]], [[gold]], [[lead]], [[coal]], [[molybdenum]], [[gypsum]], [[diamond]]s, [[diopside]], [[silver]] and [[zinc]], as well as extensive unexploited resources of [[oil]] and [[natural gas]].<ref>[http://www.statista.com/statistics/159771/yamal-peninsula-in-western-siberia-development-of-gas-fields/ Statistics on the Development of Gas Fields in Western Siberia], Daily Questions on Energy and Economy</ref> Around 70% of Russia's developed [[List of oil fields|oil fields]] are in the [[Khanty-Mansiysk]] region.<ref>{{cite web|first=Simone |last=Schlindwein |url=http://www.spiegel.de/international/world/the-city-built-on-oil-eu-russia-summit-visits-siberia-s-boomtown-a-562248.html |title=The City Built on Oil: EU-Russia Summit Visits Siberia's Boomtown |publisher=Spiegel |date=August 26, 2008 |accessdate=8 August 2014}}</ref> Russia contains about 40% of the world's known resources of [[nickel]] at the [[Norilsk]] deposit in Siberia. [[Norilsk Nickel]] is the world's biggest nickel and [[palladium]] producer.<ref>{{cite web| url=https://www.reuters.com/article/2010/01/29/norilsk-russia-output-idUSLDE60S0DU20100129 |title=Norilsk raises 2010 nickel output forecast |publisher=Reuters |date=29 January 2010 |accessdate=8 August 2014}}</ref>
   
[[Siberian agriculture]] is severely restricted by the short growing season of most of the region. However, in the southwest where soils are exceedingly fertile black earths and the climate is a little more moderate, there is extensive cropping of [[wheat]], [[barley]], [[rye]] and [[potato]]es, along with the grazing of large numbers of [[sheep]] and [[cattle]]. Elsewhere food production, owing to the poor fertility of the [[podzol]]ic soils and the extremely short growing seasons, is restricted to the herding of [[reindeer]] in the tundra—which has been practiced by natives for over 10,000 years. Siberia has the world's largest [[forest]]s. Timber remains an important source of revenue, even though many forests in the east have been logged much more rapidly than they are able to recover. The [[Sea of Okhotsk]] is one of the two or three richest fisheries in the world owing to its cold currents and very large [[tide|tidal ranges]], and thus Siberia produces over 10% of the world's annual fish catch, although fishing has declined somewhat since the collapse of the USSR.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.fao.org/fishery/countrysector/naso_russiafed/en#tcN700AD|title=FAO &nbsp;National Aquaculture Sector Overview (NASO)|author=|date=16 January 2005|publisher=|accessdate=14 January 2016}}</ref>
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[[Siberian agriculture]] is severely restricted by the short growing season of most of the region. However, in the southwest where soils are exceedingly fertile black earths and the climate is a little more moderate, there is extensive cropping of [[wheat]], [[barley]], [[rye]] and [[potato]]es, along with the grazing of large numbers of [[sheep]] and [[cattle]]. Elsewhere food production, owing to the poor fertility of the [[podzol]]ic soils and the extremely short growing seasons, is restricted to the herding of [[reindeer]] in the tundra—which has been practiced by natives for over 10,000 years.{{fact|date=January 2018}} Siberia has the world's largest [[forest]]s. Timber remains an important source of revenue, even though many forests in the east have been logged much more rapidly than they are able to recover. The [[Sea of Okhotsk]] is one of the two or three richest fisheries in the world owing to its cold currents and very large [[tide|tidal ranges]], and thus Siberia produces over 10% of the world's annual fish catch, although fishing has declined somewhat since the collapse of the USSR.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.fao.org/fishery/countrysector/naso_russiafed/en#tcN700AD|title=FAO &nbsp;National Aquaculture Sector Overview (NASO)|author=|date=16 January 2005|publisher=|accessdate=14 January 2016}}</ref>
   
 
== Sport ==
 
== Sport ==

Lisa De Leeuw

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Lisa De Leeuw
 
Lisa De Leeuw
   
Lisa de Leeuw has worked for ABN AMRO Bank N.V. from 1995 to 2008 of which the last six years she was a management assistant to several Executive Vice Presidents of international departments. Per August 2008 she started at DANS (Data Archiving and Networked Services) as management assistant to the deputy director and project assistant for the preparation of DARIAH (Digital Research infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities). In 2009 she took on the secretariat of the Data Seal of Approval. Currently she is coordinator of the DANS projectburo, part of the DARIAH CIO team and management assistant.<ref>https://www.rd-alliance.org/users/lisa-de-leeuw</ref>Retrieved 1995 to 2008.
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Lisa de Leeuw has worked for ABN AMRO Bank N.V. from 1995 to 2008 of which the last six years she was a management assistant to several Executive Vice Presidents of international departments. Per August 2008 she started at DANS (Data Archiving and Networked Services) as management assistant to the deputy director and project assistant for the preparation of DARIAH (Digital Research infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities). In 2009 she took on the secretariat of the Data Seal of Approval. Currently she is coordinator of the DANS projectburo, part of the DARIAH CIO team and management assistant.<ref>https://www.rd-alliance.org/users/lisa-de-leeuw</ref>Retrieved 1995 to 2008..
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

1818 in the United Kingdom

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* 30 July – [[Emily Brontë]], novelist (died 1848)
 
* 30 July – [[Emily Brontë]], novelist (died 1848)
 
* 24 December – [[James Prescott Joule]], physicist (died 1889)
 
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==Deaths==
 
==Deaths==

Martin Milner

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Bioscope (Live TV)

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*'''Osthir Shomoyer Shostir Golpo''' - A collection of 7 Mini series based on never seen before plotlines, launched between 5 - 11 September, 2017
 
*'''Osthir Shomoyer Shostir Golpo''' - A collection of 7 Mini series based on never seen before plotlines, launched between 5 - 11 September, 2017
 
*'''Feluda''' - An adaptation of popular Bangla detective series first premiered in August, 2017
 
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===Movies===
 
===Movies===
 
Bioscope's movie collection comprises a curated list of classics, short films, documentaries and latest hits such as Dipu Number 2, Amar Bondhu Rashed, Matir Moyna, Pipra Biddy, Chorabali, Monpura, Black, Musafir and many more.<ref name="play">{{cite web |url=https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bongo.bioscope&hl=en |title=Bioscope LIVE TV - Android Apps |website=Google Play |accessdate=10 October 2017}}</ref>
 
Bioscope's movie collection comprises a curated list of classics, short films, documentaries and latest hits such as Dipu Number 2, Amar Bondhu Rashed, Matir Moyna, Pipra Biddy, Chorabali, Monpura, Black, Musafir and many more.<ref name="play">{{cite web |url=https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bongo.bioscope&hl=en |title=Bioscope LIVE TV - Android Apps |website=Google Play |accessdate=10 October 2017}}</ref>

The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money

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Samuelson accepts all the elements of Keynes's theory. He follows the definition of the schedule of the marginal efficiency of capital in some detail, calling it the 'investment demand curve' or 'demand-for-investment schedule', and unhesitatingly adds it to the true consumption demand function when presenting the Keynes/Samuelson cross.
 
Samuelson accepts all the elements of Keynes's theory. He follows the definition of the schedule of the marginal efficiency of capital in some detail, calling it the 'investment demand curve' or 'demand-for-investment schedule', and unhesitatingly adds it to the true consumption demand function when presenting the Keynes/Samuelson cross.
   
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Chapter 11 not only provides a possible explanation of the gap between demands, it also specifies the size of the gap; and the size is difficult to accommodate under some of the other explanations, especially those based on hoarding and on the ''ex post&#x202f;/&#x202f;ex ante''&#x202f; distinction.
   
 
===The multiplier===
 
===The multiplier===

Ben Hellewell

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Hellewell was born in [[Bradford, West Yorkshire]], [[England]].
 
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Hellewell started his career with hometown club [[Bradford Bulls]] before moving to [[Warrington Wolves]]. After failing to make a first team appearance for Warrington, he joined [[Featherstone Rovers]] in 2012.<ref>{{cite web|last=Gordon|first=James|title=Featherstone snap up Ben Hellewell|url=https://loverugbyleague.com/news_10264-featherstone-snap-up-ben-hellewell.html|publisher=Love Rugby League|accessdate=26 October 2013|date=17 September 2012}}</ref>
 
Hellewell started his career with hometown club [[Bradford Bulls]] before moving to [[Warrington Wolves]]. After failing to make a first team appearance for Warrington, he joined [[Featherstone Rovers]] in 2012.<ref>{{cite web|last=Gordon|first=James|title=Featherstone snap up Ben Hellewell|url=https://loverugbyleague.com/news_10264-featherstone-snap-up-ben-hellewell.html|publisher=Love Rugby League|accessdate=26 October 2013|date=17 September 2012}}</ref>
   

User:Nites29

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Abe no Hirafu

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== Licensing ==
 
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German reunification

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==Comparison==
 
==Comparison==
 
{{see also|List of national border changes since World War I}}
 
{{see also|List of national border changes since World War I}}
Germany was not the only state that had been separated through the aftermaths of World War II. For example, Korea as well as Vietnam have been separated through the occupation of "Western-Capitalistic" and "Eastern-Communistic" forces, after the defeat of the [[Japanese Empire]]. Both countries suffered severely from this separation in the [[Korean War]] (1950–53) and the [[Vietnam War]] (1955–75) respectively, which caused heavy economic and civilian damage.<ref>[[Korean War]]</ref><ref>[[Vietnam War]]</ref> However, German separation did not result in another war. Moreover, Germany is the only one of these countries that has managed to achieve a peaceful reunification, however, accepting the loss of its previous lands east of Oder and Neisse. For instance, [[Vietnam]] achieved reunification only at the end of the Vietnam War in 1975, while [[North Korea|North]] and [[South Korea]] still struggle with high political tensions and huge economical disparities, making a possible reunification an enormous challenge.<ref>{{Cite report |author=Bruce W. Bennett |authorlink= |coauthors= |date=2013 |title=Preparing for the Possibility of a North Korean Collapse |url=http://www.rand.org/pubs/research_reports/RR331.html |publisher=RAND Corporation |page=XV |docket= |accessdate= |quote=There is a reasonable probability that North Korean totalitarianism will end in the foreseeable future, with the very strong likelihood that this end will be accompanied by considerable violence and upheaval.}}</ref>
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Germany was not the only state that had been separated through the aftermaths of World War II. For example, Korea as well as Vietnam have been separated through the occupation of "Western-Capitalistic" and "Eastern-Communistic" forces, after the defeat of the [[Japanese Empire]]. Both countries suffered severely from this separation in the [[Korean War]] (1950–53) and the [[Vietnam War]] (1955–75) respectively, which caused heavy economic and civilian damage.<ref>[[Korean War]]</ref><ref>[[Vietnam War]]</ref> However, German separation did not result in another war. Moreover, Germany is the only one of these countries that has managed to achieve a peaceful reunification. For instance, [[Vietnam]] achieved reunification only at the end of the Vietnam War in 1975, while [[North Korea|North]] and [[South Korea]] still struggle with high political tensions and huge economical disparities, making a possible reunification an enormous challenge.<ref>{{Cite report |author=Bruce W. Bennett |authorlink= |coauthors= |date=2013 |title=Preparing for the Possibility of a North Korean Collapse |url=http://www.rand.org/pubs/research_reports/RR331.html |publisher=RAND Corporation |page=XV |docket= |accessdate= |quote=There is a reasonable probability that North Korean totalitarianism will end in the foreseeable future, with the very strong likelihood that this end will be accompanied by considerable violence and upheaval.}}</ref>
   
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==

Overseas Workers Welfare Administration

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* [http://www.poea.gov.ph/rules/ra8042.html Republic Act No. 8042]
 
* [http://www.poea.gov.ph/rules/ra8042.html Republic Act No. 8042]
 
* [http://www.poea.gov.ph/ptfair/ra10022.htm Republic Act No. 10022]
 
* [http://www.poea.gov.ph/ptfair/ra10022.htm Republic Act No. 10022]
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Catamorphism

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For a fixed type <code>a</code>, consider the functor mapping types <code>b</code> to the product type of those two types. We moreover also add a term <code>Nil</code> to this resulting type. An f-algebra shall now map <code>Nil</code> to some special term <code>nil</code> of <code>b</code> or "merge" a pair (any other term of the constructed type) into a term of <code>b</code>. This merging of a a pair can be encoded as a function of type <code>a -> b -> b</code>.
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For a fixed type <code>a</code>, consider the functor mapping types <code>b</code> to the product type of those two types. We moreover also add a term <code>Nil</code> to this resulting type. An f-algebra shall now map <code>Nil</code> to some special term <code>nil</code> of <code>b</code> or "merge" a pair (any other term of the constructed type) into a term of <code>b</code>. This merging of <code>a</code> as pair can be encoded as a function of type <code>a -> b -> b</code>.
   
 
<source lang="haskell">
 
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Co-adaptation

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In [[biology]], '''co-adaptation''' is the process by which two or more species, genes or [[phenotypic trait]]s undergo [[adaptation]] as a pair or group. This occurs when two or more interacting characteristics undergo [[natural selection]] together in response to the same [[Evolutionary pressure|selective pressure]] or when selective pressures alter one characteristic and consecutively alter the interactive characteristic. These interacting characteristics are only beneficial when together, sometimes leading to increased interdependence. Co-adaptation and [[coevolution]], although similar in process, are not the same; co-adaptation refers to the interactions between two units, whereas co-evolution refers to their evolutionary history. Co-adaptation and its examples are often seen as evidence for co-evolution.<ref name="Juan2008">{{cite journal |last1=Juan |first1=David |last2=Pazos |first2=Florencio |last3=Valencia |first3=Alfonso |title=Co-evolution and co-adaptation in protein networks |journal=FEBS Letters |date=2008 |volume=582 |pages=1225–1230 |doi=10.1016/j.febslet.2008.02.017}}</ref>
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In [[biology]], '''co-adaptation''' is the process by which two or more species, genes or [[phenotypic trait]]s undergo [[adaptation]] as a pair or group. This occurs when two or more interacting characteristics undergo [[natural selection]] together in response to the same [[Evolutionary pressure|selective pressure]] or when selective pressures alter one characteristic and consecutively alter the interactive characteristic. These interacting characteristics are only beneficial when together, sometimes leading to increased interdepoendence. Co-adaptation and [[coevolution]], although similar in process, are not the same; co-adaptation refers to the interactions between two units, whereas co-evolution refers to their evolutionary history. Co-adaptation and its examples are often seen as evidence for co-evolution.<ref name="Juan2008">{{cite journal |last1=Juan |first1=David |last2=Pazos |first2=Florencio |last3=Valencia |first3=Alfonso |title=Co-evolution and co-adaptation in protein networks |journal=FEBS Letters |date=2008 |volume=582 |pages=1225–1230 |doi=10.1016/j.febslet.2008.02.017}}</ref>
   
 
== Genes and Protein Complexes ==
 
== Genes and Protein Complexes ==

Talk:Israel and the apartheid analogy

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:I reverted Shrike's edit because he wrote "Not reliable source for such changes", but there were '''four''' sources at the end of the sentence. Let him make his argument here against each of the sources. I'm sure he doesn't like any of them, but as we say, Tough. Liking or not liking something isn't sufficient reason to include it or remove it. —&nbsp;[[User:Malik Shabazz|Malik Shabazz]]&nbsp;<sup>[[User talk:Malik Shabazz|Talk]]</sup>/<sub>[[Special:Contributions/Malik Shabazz|Stalk]]</sub> 03:13, 9 January 2018 (UTC)
 
:I reverted Shrike's edit because he wrote "Not reliable source for such changes", but there were '''four''' sources at the end of the sentence. Let him make his argument here against each of the sources. I'm sure he doesn't like any of them, but as we say, Tough. Liking or not liking something isn't sufficient reason to include it or remove it. —&nbsp;[[User:Malik Shabazz|Malik Shabazz]]&nbsp;<sup>[[User talk:Malik Shabazz|Talk]]</sup>/<sub>[[Special:Contributions/Malik Shabazz|Stalk]]</sub> 03:13, 9 January 2018 (UTC)
::First of all [[WP:ONOUS]] is on you to prove that those source are reliable and should be included moreover Like Icewiz noted there was also a POV problem but linking a highly subjective database your edit brought a POV violation without bringing any counterbalance.--[[user:Shrike|Shrike]] ([[User talk:Shrike|talk]]) 08:53, 9 January 2018 (UTC)
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Raechelle Banno

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{{Infobox person
| name = Raechelle Banno
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| birth_name = Raechelle Jasmine Banno
| birth_date = {{birth date and age|1993|4|28|df=y}}<ref name="rb info">{{cite web| url=https://raechellebanno.com/raechelle-banno.html| title=Raechelle Banno| publisher=Raechellebanno.com| accessdate=18 January 2018}}</ref>
| birth_place = [[Sydney, Australia]]
| occupation = Actress • dancer • writer • model
| years_active = 2012&ndash;present
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'''Raechelle Jasmine Banno''' (born 28 April 1993) is an [[Australian people|Australian]] actress, dancer, writer and model. She is most notable for her role as [[List of Home and Away characters (1998) #Olivia Fraser Richards|Olivia Fraser Richards]] on the Australian soap opera ''[[Home and Away]]''.

==Early life==
Raechelle Banno was born in [[Sydney, Australia]] in 1993. She is one of three children born to Joanne Banno; her elder sister is Stephanie Banno, and her identical twin sister is Karina Banno.<ref name="rb info" /> During her primary education, she attended [[Fairfield West, New South Wales|Fairfield West Public School]], and [[Fairvale High School]] in her teenage years, in which she graduated in 2010<ref>{{cite web| url=https://raechellebanno.com/raechelle-banno/education.html| title=Raechelle Banno Education| publisher=raechellebanno.com| accessdate=9 January 2018}}</ref>

==Career==
Banno commenced her career as a dancer at the age of three, following the completion of FATD and Jazz and Tap exams ad, and all her RAD ballet exams until her 'Intermediate' grade, and in her later years she additionally participated in hip-hop classes while at dance school teaching ballet and contemporary dance to 9-12 year olds.<ref name="biography">{{cite web| url=https://raechellebanno.com/raechelle-banno/biography.html| title=Raechelle Banno Biography| publisher=raechellebanno.com| accessdate=9 January 2018}}</ref>. She subsequently went on to become a model from the age of nine, appearing for the Australian counterpart of British [[Boden (clothing)|Boden]]'s subsidiary Mini Boden, <ref>{{cite web| url=http://www.bodenclothing.com.au/pages/selectdeliverylocation.aspx?ReturnPath=%2f&currentLocation=GB&browserLanguage=en-us&cm_mmc=geoselectorredirect-_-geoselectorredirect-_-null-_-null| title=Boden| publisher=Bodenclothing.com.au| accessdate=9 January 2018}}</ref> King Cow, Little Romeo, Barbie and [[Pacific Magazines|Total Girl Magazine]].<ref>{{cite web| url=http://www.totalgirl.com.au/| title=Total Girl| publisher=Totalgirl.com.au| accessdate=9 January 2018}}</ref><ref name="biography" />

Banno's acting began in 2012, having taken courses at the [[National Institute of Dramatic Art]] (NIDA).<ref name="wotv article">McLennan, Patrick{{cite web| url=http://www.whatsontv.co.uk/home-away/home-away-news/raechelle-banno-cast-as-home-and-aways-new-troubled-teen-olivia-richards-174973/| title=Raechelle Banno cast as Home and Away's new troubled teen Olivia Richards| publisher=[[What's on TV]]| date=19 October 2015| accessdate=9 November 2018}}</ref> Initially appearing in commercials for companys such as [[McDonald's]] and [[Vodafone]],<ref name="wotv article" /> she moved onto television roles, first debuting in an episode of the [[7Two]] children's drama series ''[[In Your Dreams (TV series)|In Your Dreams]]'' and the pilot episode of ''Karralak'' in 2014, a series which has not yet been screened.<ref>{{cite web| url=https://www.facebook.com/karralaktv/| title=Karralak| publisher=[[Facebook]]| accessdate=9 January 2018}}</ref> Since 2013, Banno began appearing in short films, and had written and produced the short film ''Exopsure'', with was directed by her sister, Karina.

=== Home and Away ===
In 2015, it was announced that Banno had joined the cast of [[Seven Network]] soap opera ''[[Home and Away]]'', in which she would receive the role of [[List of Home and Away characters (1998) #Olivia Fraser Richards|Olivia Fraser Richards]], the daughter of [[Chloe Richards]]. The character was originally played various actresses since her birth in 1998, including [[Ivy Latimer]] who portrayed the role in 2005. Banno made her first appearance during the 28th season of the series on 28 October 2015 in episode 6313. Her first important storyline in the show highlighted the issue of self-harm and child abuse, in which it had been discovered that Olivia had been cutting herself due to the trauma of being sexually abused by her uncle's friend as a child.<ref>Dainty Sophie{{cite web| url=http://www.digitalspy.com/soaps/home-and-away/news/a790975/home-and-away-spoilers-olivia-richards-will-fall-back-into-self-harming-after-ending-her-pregnancy/| title=Home and Away spoilers: Olivia Richards will fall back into self-harm after ending her pregnancy| publisher=[[Digital Spy]]| date=18 April 2016| accessdate=9 January 2018}}</ref>

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Psalm 100

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Psalm 100 ({{Hebrew Name 1|מזמור לתודה|Mizmor Letoda||nobold}}) is part of the daily prayer service, recited as part of the [[Songs of thanksgiving]] in [[Pesukei Dezimra]], except on [[Shabbat]], [[Jewish holidays|festivals]], [[Chol HaMoed]] of [[Pesach]], and the days before [[Yom Kippur]] and Pesach.<ref name="Posen" /><ref>Hochspringen ↑ Raw B. Posen: Die Schabbos-Vorschriften. Hilchos Schabbos. Morascha, Basel 2005, OCLC 694996857, S. 53 (auch einsehbar bei Google Books). Ps. 100. מזמור לתודה: „Todah ist sowohl Bekenntnis einer Dankverpflichtung, als eines Schuldbewusstseins</ref> Psalm 100 is representative of the [[Thanksgiving offering]], which thanks God for having been saved from dangers we face every day. A person always faces danger in his daily routine, even though he may be unaware of it.
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Psalm 100 ({{Hebrew Name 1|מזמור לתודה|Mizmor le Toda||nobold}}) is part of the daily prayer service, recited as part of the [[Songs of thanksgiving]] in [[Pesukei Dezimra]], except on [[Shabbat]], [[Jewish holidays|festivals]], [[Chol HaMoed]] of [[Pesach]], and the days before [[Yom Kippur]] and Pesach.<ref name="Posen" /><ref>Hochspringen ↑ Raw B. Posen: Die Schabbos-Vorschriften. Hilchos Schabbos. Morascha, Basel 2005, OCLC 694996857, S. 53 (auch einsehbar bei Google Books). Ps. 100. מזמור לתודה: „Todah ist sowohl Bekenntnis einer Dankverpflichtung, als eines Schuldbewusstseins</ref> Psalm 100 is representative of the [[Thanksgiving offering]], which thanks God for having been saved from dangers we face every day. A person always faces danger in his daily routine, even though he may be unaware of it.
   
 
Psalm 100 is omitted on [[Shabbat]] and [[Jewish holidays|Yom Tov]] because the Thanksgiving offering was not offered on these days in the [[Solomons Temple|Temple]]. Only communal offerings were brought on these days. On The day before and during [[Pesach]] because the Thanksgiving offering is composed of a loaf of bread, which is [[chametz]] that may not be consumed during Pesach. It is omitted the day before [[Yom Kippur]] because no food is consumed at all on Yom Kippur.<ref>The Complete Artscroll Siddur page 64</ref><ref>Raw B. Posen: Die Schabbos-Vorschriften. Hilchos Schabbos. Morascha, Basel 2005, OCLC 694996857, S. 53 (auch einsehbar bei Google Books). Ps. 100. מזמור לתודה: „Todah ist sowohl Bekenntnis einer Dankverpflichtung, als eines Schuldbewusstseins".</ref>
 
Psalm 100 is omitted on [[Shabbat]] and [[Jewish holidays|Yom Tov]] because the Thanksgiving offering was not offered on these days in the [[Solomons Temple|Temple]]. Only communal offerings were brought on these days. On The day before and during [[Pesach]] because the Thanksgiving offering is composed of a loaf of bread, which is [[chametz]] that may not be consumed during Pesach. It is omitted the day before [[Yom Kippur]] because no food is consumed at all on Yom Kippur.<ref>The Complete Artscroll Siddur page 64</ref><ref>Raw B. Posen: Die Schabbos-Vorschriften. Hilchos Schabbos. Morascha, Basel 2005, OCLC 694996857, S. 53 (auch einsehbar bei Google Books). Ps. 100. מזמור לתודה: „Todah ist sowohl Bekenntnis einer Dankverpflichtung, als eines Schuldbewusstseins".</ref>