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Greenock

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Greenockians: Jimmy Wot pub's not in the memorial college building!

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== Greenockians ==
 
== Greenockians ==
 
[[File:James Watt Memorial College statue.jpg|thumb|upright|left|A statue at the original James Watt College building marks the site of his birthplace.]]
 
[[File:James Watt Memorial College statue.jpg|thumb|upright|left|A statue at the original James Watt College building marks the site of his birthplace.]]
Engineer [[James Watt]] was remembered in the name of the local college, however this was renamed in 2014 to West College Scotland. However, his name is still used at the library instituted in his memory, by the original [[James Watt Memorial College]] building on the site of his birthplace in William Street which incorporates a commemorative statue and a pub.
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Engineer [[James Watt]] was remembered in the name of the local college, however this was renamed in 2014 to West College Scotland. However, his name is still used at the library instituted in his memory, and by the original [[James Watt Memorial College]] building on the site of his birthplace in William Street which incorporates a commemorative statue. More recently, the James Watt Wetherspoons pub was converted from the Cathcart Street post office building.
   
 
Other Greenockians include the composers [[Hamish MacCunn]] and [[William Wallace (Scottish composer)|William Wallace]], violinist [[Henri Temianka]], musicians [[John McGeoch]] and [[Thomas Leer]],{{Citation needed|date=October 2007}} mathematician [[William Spence (mathematician)|William Spence]],<ref>{{cite journal
 
Other Greenockians include the composers [[Hamish MacCunn]] and [[William Wallace (Scottish composer)|William Wallace]], violinist [[Henri Temianka]], musicians [[John McGeoch]] and [[Thomas Leer]],{{Citation needed|date=October 2007}} mathematician [[William Spence (mathematician)|William Spence]],<ref>{{cite journal

File:Slivko.jpg

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Olga ciruela uploaded File:Slivko.jpg source: http://clubvip.omgpu.ru/index.php/kabinet-rektora

New page

source: http://clubvip.omgpu.ru/index.php/kabinet-rektora

Torņakalns Station

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[[Category:Railway stations in Riga]]
 
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Bob Gainey

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'''Robert Michael "Bob" "Le Capitaine" Gainey''' (born December 13, 1953 in [[Peterborough, Ontario|Peterborough]], [[Ontario]]) is the former executive vice president and general manager of the [[Montreal Canadiens]] of the [[National Hockey League]] (NHL). He is currently a team consultant for the [[St. Louis Blues]]. He is also a former professional [[ice hockey]] player who played for the Canadiens from 1973 until 1989. After retiring from active play, he became a hockey coach and later an executive with the [[Minnesota North Stars]]/[[Dallas Stars]] organization before returning to Montreal as general manager from 2003 to 2010. Gainey was inducted into the [[Hockey Hall of Fame]] in 1992. On January 27, 2017, in a ceremony during the All-Star Weekend in Los Angeles, Gainey was part of the second group of players to be named one of the '[[100 Greatest NHL Players]]' in history.<ref>{{cite web|title=100 Greatest NHL Players|url=https://www.nhl.com/fans/nhl-centennial/100-greatest-nhl-players|website=NHL.com|accessdate=January 27, 2017|date=January 27, 2017}}</ref>
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'''Robert Michael "Bob" "Le Capitaine" Gainey''' (born December 13, 1953 in [[Peterborough, Ontario|Peterborough]], [[Ontario]]) is the former executive vice president and general manager of the [[Montreal Canadiens]] of the [[National Hockey League]] (NHL). He is currently a team consultant for the [[St. Louis Blues]]. He is also a former professional [[ice hockey]] player who played for the Canadiens from 1973 until 1989. After retiring from active play, he became a hockey coach and later an executive with the [[Minnesota North Stars]]/[[Dallas Stars]] organization before returning to Montreal as general manager from 2003 to 2010. Gainey was inducted into the [[Hockey Hall of Fame]] in 1992. In 2017 Gainey was named one of the '[[100 Greatest NHL Players]]' in history.<ref>{{cite web|title=100 Greatest NHL Players|url=https://www.nhl.com/fans/nhl-centennial/100-greatest-nhl-players|website=NHL.com|accessdate=January 27, 2017|date=January 27, 2017}}</ref>
   
 
==Early years==
 
==Early years==

2017–18 Copa Argentina

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First leg

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2017 Tour of Utah

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Elmidae tagged 2017 Tour of Utah with context tag

2017–18 Colorado Avalanche season

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| Division = [[Central Division (NHL)|Central]]
 
| DivisionRank = TBD
 
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| HomeRecord = 19–7–1
 
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| PIMLeader = [[Erik Johnson]] (54)
 
| WinsLeader = [[Jonathan Bernier]] (16)
 
| WinsLeader = [[Jonathan Bernier]] (16)
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! # !! Date !! Visitor !! Score !! Home !! OT !! Decision !! Attendance !! Record !! Pts !! Recap
 
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| 52 || February 6 || [[2017–18 San Jose Sharks season|San Jose]] || 1–3 || Colorado || || Bernier || 13,349 || 29–19–4 || 62 || [https://www.nhl.com/gamecenter/sjs-vs-col/2018/02/06/2017020822 Recap]
 
| 52 || February 6 || [[2017–18 San Jose Sharks season|San Jose]] || 1–3 || Colorado || || Bernier || 13,349 || 29–19–4 || 62 || [https://www.nhl.com/gamecenter/sjs-vs-col/2018/02/06/2017020822 Recap]
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| 54 || February 10 || Colorado || – || [[2017–18 Carolina Hurricanes season|Carolina]] || || || || || ||

University of Calcutta

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A large number of colleges and institutes were [[:Category:Academic institutions formerly affiliated with the University of Calcutta|formerly affiliated]] to this university, but have left following political transformations, or gradual restructuring.
 
   
 
== Accreditation and recognition ==
 
== Accreditation and recognition ==

User:Agrobiotechinfo/sandbox

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AgroBioTech: Agriculture Farming & Bio- Technology YouTube Channel

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On August 7, 2017, [https://www.facebook.com/roshan.shetty.5811877 Roshan Shetty] launched this official [[YouTube]] channel.
 
On August 7, 2017, [https://www.facebook.com/roshan.shetty.5811877 Roshan Shetty] launched this official [[YouTube]] channel.
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====== Mission: ======
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TPE48

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Viva Radio

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Viva Contributors

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2017 Tour of Utah

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Elmidae marked 2017 Tour of Utah as reviewed

Yo-kai Watch

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{{Use mdy dates|date=February 2015}}
 
 
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| ja_romaji = Yōkai Wotchi
 
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| genre = [[Action fiction|Action]], [[Comedy]], [[Supernatural]] <!-- Note: Use and cite reliable sources to identify genre/s, not personal interpretation. Please don't include more than three genres (per [[MOS:A&M]]). -->
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| type = manga
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| publisher = [[Shogakukan]]
 
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| type = tv series
 
| director = Shinji Ushiro
 
| producer = Yoshikazu Kuretani <small>(TV Tokyo)</small>, Kiyofumi Kajiwara
 
 
| writer = Yoichi Kato
 
| writer = Yoichi Kato
 
| music = Kenichiro Saigo
 
| music = Kenichiro Saigo

Talk:Lyndsy Fonseca

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::::Also, I don't know where you are, but it's about 1:30 a.m. where I am. If it's alright with you, may we continue this tomorrow? --[[User:Tenebrae|Tenebrae]] ([[User talk:Tenebrae|talk]]) 06:29, 9 February 2018 (UTC)
 
::::Also, I don't know where you are, but it's about 1:30 a.m. where I am. If it's alright with you, may we continue this tomorrow? --[[User:Tenebrae|Tenebrae]] ([[User talk:Tenebrae|talk]]) 06:29, 9 February 2018 (UTC)
 
::::: No, the consensus at the RfC was that including info like this or not was "...up to the discretion of the article's editors..." not that "Wikipedia should include this in the article if it's published somewhere by the parents' publicist". Which, incidentally, is in line with [[WP:BLPNAMES]] and [[WP:BLPPRIVACY]], the former of which says {{tq|"The names of any immediate, ex, or significant family members or any significant relationship of the subject of a BLP may be part of an article, if reliably sourced, subject to '''''editorial discretion''''' that such information is relevant to a reader's complete understanding of the subject."}} And this is one editor that is objecting to including the specific details on a minor child, as including it does nothing to enhance the readers' "complete understanding of" Lyndsy Fonseca... As for me, I'm also off to bed, and I doubt I'm going to comment further unless another editor comments here. --[[User:IJBall|IJBall]] <small>([[Special:Contributions/IJBall|contribs]] • [[User talk:IJBall|talk]])</small> 06:34, 9 February 2018 (UTC)
 
::::: No, the consensus at the RfC was that including info like this or not was "...up to the discretion of the article's editors..." not that "Wikipedia should include this in the article if it's published somewhere by the parents' publicist". Which, incidentally, is in line with [[WP:BLPNAMES]] and [[WP:BLPPRIVACY]], the former of which says {{tq|"The names of any immediate, ex, or significant family members or any significant relationship of the subject of a BLP may be part of an article, if reliably sourced, subject to '''''editorial discretion''''' that such information is relevant to a reader's complete understanding of the subject."}} And this is one editor that is objecting to including the specific details on a minor child, as including it does nothing to enhance the readers' "complete understanding of" Lyndsy Fonseca... As for me, I'm also off to bed, and I doubt I'm going to comment further unless another editor comments here. --[[User:IJBall|IJBall]] <small>([[Special:Contributions/IJBall|contribs]] • [[User talk:IJBall|talk]])</small> 06:34, 9 February 2018 (UTC)
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::This is all interesting, but under Data Protection Act for the underage is quite clear in law, under US and UK law wikipedia can violate DPAs by including the full DOB with full name without being given permission by celebrity parents regardless of annoucements on social media and Tabloid, so to er on the side of caution it's wise to exclude day and surnames. [[User:Govvy|Govvy]] ([[User talk:Govvy|talk]]) 08:29, 9 February 2018 (UTC)

The Champion (song)

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| writer = {{hlist|[[Carrie Underwood]]|[[Ludacris|Christopher Bridges]]|Chris DeStefano|Brett James}}
 
| writer = {{hlist|[[Carrie Underwood]]|[[Ludacris|Christopher Bridges]]|Chris DeStefano|Brett James}}
 
| chronology = [[Carrie Underwood]]
 
| chronology = [[Carrie Underwood]]
| last_single = "The Fighter"<br>(2017)
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| last_single = "[[The Fighter (Keith Urban song)|The Fighter]]"
 
| this_single = "'''The Champion'''"<br>(2018)
 
| this_single = "'''The Champion'''"<br>(2018)
 
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| misc = {{Extra chronology

Lisu people

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FTW

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Beginning in the 20th-century{{citation needed|date=February 2015}}, many Lisu people in India and Burma converted to [[Christianity]]. Missionaries such as [[James O. Fraser]], Allyn Cooke and [[Isobel Kuhn]] and her husband, John, of the [[China Inland Mission]] (now [[OMF International]]), were active with the Lisu of Yunnan.<ref>{{cite web | title=Yunnan Province of China Government Web | work= | url= http://www.eng.yn.gov.cn/yunnanEnglish/145529160029175808/20050623/378813.html | accessdate=2008-02-15}}</ref>
 
Beginning in the 20th-century{{citation needed|date=February 2015}}, many Lisu people in India and Burma converted to [[Christianity]]. Missionaries such as [[James O. Fraser]], Allyn Cooke and [[Isobel Kuhn]] and her husband, John, of the [[China Inland Mission]] (now [[OMF International]]), were active with the Lisu of Yunnan.<ref>{{cite web | title=Yunnan Province of China Government Web | work= | url= http://www.eng.yn.gov.cn/yunnanEnglish/145529160029175808/20050623/378813.html | accessdate=2008-02-15}}</ref>
   
Before the gospel reached to Lisu people, they were animists. Archibald Rose points that the religion of the Lisus appears to be a simple form or animism or nat-worship, sacrifices being offered to the spirits of the mountains.<ref>Archibald Rose and J. Goggin Brown, Lisu (Yawyin), Tribes of the Burma-China Frontier in ''Memoirs of the Asiatic Society of Bengal'' (No Place: The Baptists Mission Press, 1910), 265.</ref> However, by the effort of missionaries, Lisu people were introduced to Christianity. Among the missionaries, James Outram Fraser (1880-1938) was the first missionary to Lisu people in China. Another missionary who evangelized Lisu people in Myanmar was Thara Saw Ba Thaw (1889-1968). It is recorded that James Fraser and Saw Ba Thaw together created the [[Lisu alphabet]] in 1914.<ref>The History of Church of Christ in Myanmar, (75 Jubilee Press, 2008), 11.</ref> There were many other missionaries who brought Christianity to Lisu people. David Fish researches,
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Before the gospel reached to Lisu people, they were animists. Archibald Rose points that the religion of the Lisus appears to be a simple form or animism or nat-worship, sacrifices being offered to the spirits of the mountains.<ref>Archibald Rose and J. Goggin Brown, Lisu (Yawyin), Tribes of the Burma-China Frontier in ''Memoirs of the Asiatic Society of Bengal'' (No Place: The Baptists Mission Press, 1910), 265.</ref> However, by the effort of missionaries, Lisu people were introduced to Christianity. Among the missionaries, James Outram Fraser (1880-1938) was the first missionary to Lisu people in China. Another missionary who evangelized Lisu people in Myanmar was Thara Saw Ba Thaw (1889-1968). It is recorded that James Fraser and Saw Ba Thaw together created the [[Lisu alphabet|Fraser alphabet]] in 1914.<ref>The History of Church of Christ in Myanmar, (75 Jubilee Press, 2008), 11.</ref> There were many other missionaries who brought Christianity to Lisu people. David Fish researches,
   
 
{{quote|There were over a hundred missionaries those who committed their life for spreading the Gospel among the Lisu people. They came from different denominations and mission; China Inland Mission, Disciples of Christ (Church of Christ), Assembly of God, Pentecostal Churches, and so on. The Lisu people accepted those missionaries and their teaching the Gospel so that they converted into Christianity quickly to be followers of Christ.<ref>David Fish, ''The Lisus and Church of Christ in Myanmar,'' (M.A a research paper, Eastern Bible Institute, Hmawbi, Yangon 2005), 11.</ref>}}
 
{{quote|There were over a hundred missionaries those who committed their life for spreading the Gospel among the Lisu people. They came from different denominations and mission; China Inland Mission, Disciples of Christ (Church of Christ), Assembly of God, Pentecostal Churches, and so on. The Lisu people accepted those missionaries and their teaching the Gospel so that they converted into Christianity quickly to be followers of Christ.<ref>David Fish, ''The Lisus and Church of Christ in Myanmar,'' (M.A a research paper, Eastern Bible Institute, Hmawbi, Yangon 2005), 11.</ref>}}
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The Lisu people's convert to Christianity was quick. It is logged that by the effort of Morse family and missionaries, many Lisu and Rawang converted to Christianity from animism. Before World War II, the Lisu tribes who live in Yunnan, China and AhJhar river valley, Myanmar, were evangelized by missionaries from Tibetan Lisuland Mission and Lisuland Churches of Christ. Many Lisu converted to Christianity."<ref> ယိမ္းႏြဲ႕ပါးအဖြဲ႕၊ ''ျပည္ေထာင္စုျမန္မာႏိုင္ငံေတာ္အစိုးရသို႔ တင္တြင္းသည့္ တရုပ္ျမန္မာနုယ္စပ္ေဒ သ စံုစမ္းေရးေကာ္မရွင္၏ အစီရင္ခံစာ၊'' ကခ်င္ျပည္-ပူတာအိုေတာင္တန္းနယ္ (၁၉၉ခုႏွစ္ မွ ၁၉၅၆ ခုႏွစ္ အတြင္း) စာ ၇၀။</ref>{{Better source|reason=WP:NOENG|date=January 2018}}
 
The Lisu people's convert to Christianity was quick. It is logged that by the effort of Morse family and missionaries, many Lisu and Rawang converted to Christianity from animism. Before World War II, the Lisu tribes who live in Yunnan, China and AhJhar river valley, Myanmar, were evangelized by missionaries from Tibetan Lisuland Mission and Lisuland Churches of Christ. Many Lisu converted to Christianity."<ref> ယိမ္းႏြဲ႕ပါးအဖြဲ႕၊ ''ျပည္ေထာင္စုျမန္မာႏိုင္ငံေတာ္အစိုးရသို႔ တင္တြင္းသည့္ တရုပ္ျမန္မာနုယ္စပ္ေဒ သ စံုစမ္းေရးေကာ္မရွင္၏ အစီရင္ခံစာ၊'' ကခ်င္ျပည္-ပူတာအိုေတာင္တန္းနယ္ (၁၉၉ခုႏွစ္ မွ ၁၉၅၆ ခုႏွစ္ အတြင္း) စာ ၇၀။</ref>{{Better source|reason=WP:NOENG|date=January 2018}}
   
Development done by Missionaries for our own people were including education, agriculture, and medical care so on. The missionaries created Lisu literature (written language). Language is the key to development. By the help of Missionaries, the development had been occurring years by years. The researcher's father, U Li Ye Jar testified that within 50 years, the development of Lisu tribe has been at high speeds. The works of missionaries are always appreciated. Concerning the work of missionaries, David Fish studied,
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Development done among missionaries for the Lisu included [[education]], [[agriculture]] and [[medical care]]. The missionaries created Lisu literature (the written language). By the help of Missionaries, the development had been occurring years by years. The researcher's father, U Li Ye Jar testified that within 50 years, the development of Lisu tribe has been at high speeds. The works of missionaries are always appreciated. Concerning the work of missionaries, David Fish studied,
   
 
{{quote|J. Rusell Morse brought many kinds of fruit such as Washington, Orange, Ruby, King-Orange, and Grapefruit. Nowadays, this fruit-raising had spread from Putao to other parts of Myanmar and become an important national asset. He also trained the people the art of carpentry and the construction of buildings. And the Lisu people had also learned the strategy of Church planting from them.<ref>Fish, David 23.</ref>}}
 
{{quote|J. Rusell Morse brought many kinds of fruit such as Washington, Orange, Ruby, King-Orange, and Grapefruit. Nowadays, this fruit-raising had spread from Putao to other parts of Myanmar and become an important national asset. He also trained the people the art of carpentry and the construction of buildings. And the Lisu people had also learned the strategy of Church planting from them.<ref>Fish, David 23.</ref>}}
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The Chinese government's Religious Affairs Bureau has proposed considering Christianity as the official religion of the Lisu.<ref>{{cite journal | last = Covell | first = Ralph|date=Spring 2008 | title = To Every Tribe | journal = Christian History & Biography | issue = 98 | pages = 27–28 }}</ref>
 
The Chinese government's Religious Affairs Bureau has proposed considering Christianity as the official religion of the Lisu.<ref>{{cite journal | last = Covell | first = Ralph|date=Spring 2008 | title = To Every Tribe | journal = Christian History & Biography | issue = 98 | pages = 27–28 }}</ref>
   
According to OMF International estimates, as of 2008, there are now more than 700,000 Christian Lisu in Yunnan, and 450,000 in Burma. Only the Lisu of Thailand have remained unchanged by Christian influences. Now, Christianity is becoming the dominant religion among the Lisu people gradually.<ref>{{cite web | title=Lisu of China | work= OMF International | url= http://www.omf.org/omf/us/peoples_and_places/people_groups/lisu_of_china | accessdate=2008-02-20}}</ref><ref>OMF International (2007), p. 1-2</ref>
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According to OMF International estimates, as of 2008, there are now more than 700,000 Christian Lisu in Yunnan, and 450,000 in Burma. Only the Lisu of Thailand have remained unchanged by Christian influences. Now, Christianity is gradualy becoming the dominant religion among the Lisu people.<ref>{{cite web | title=Lisu of China | work= OMF International | url= http://www.omf.org/omf/us/peoples_and_places/people_groups/lisu_of_china | accessdate=2008-02-20}}</ref><ref>OMF International (2007), p. 1-2</ref>
   
 
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Zasulauks Station

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My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman

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Nokia 2700 classic

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* Digital camera Landscape Mode(1600×1200 px), Portrait Mode (1200×1600 px), and video recorder (176×144 px)
 
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'''''Wu-Invasion Mixtape Series: Australian Edition Volume 1''''' is a [[mixtape]] by [[DJ Symphony]] released Janurary 15, 2018. It is the first [[mixtape]] in the wu-invasion mixtape series and it was hosted by [[GZA]].<ref>{{cite web|title=Various Artists - Wu-Invasion - Australian Edition Vol. 1 - Disc 1 Hosted by Hosted By GZA, Mixed By Dj Symphony|url=http://www.datpiff.com/Hosted-By-GZA-Wu-Invasion-Australian-Edition-Vol-1-Disc-1-mixtape.881546.html|website=DatPiff}}</ref>
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'''''Wu-Invasion Mixtape Series: Australian Edition Volume 1''''' the sixteenth [[mixtape]] by american disc jocky [[DJ Symphony]] was released Janurary 15, 2018 for free download. It is the first [[mixtape]] in the wu-invasion mixtape series and it was hosted by [[GZA]]. the mixtape features 28 tracks<ref>{{cite web|title=Various Artists - Wu-Invasion - Australian Edition Vol. 1 - Disc 1 Hosted by Hosted By GZA, Mixed By Dj Symphony|url=http://www.datpiff.com/Hosted-By-GZA-Wu-Invasion-Australian-Edition-Vol-1-Disc-1-mixtape.881546.html|website=DatPiff}}</ref>
   
 
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== Track listing ==

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Peter Stefanovic

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Carbon fiber reinforced polymer

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The reinforcement will give the CFRP its strength and rigidity; measured by [[Stress (mechanics)|stress]] and [[elastic modulus]] respectively. Unlike [[Isotropy|isotropic]] materials like steel and aluminum, CFRP has directional strength properties. The properties of CFRP depend on the layouts of the carbon fiber and the proportion of the carbon fibers relative to the polymer.<ref>[http://www.ornl.gov/~webworks/cpr/v823/rpt/106099.pdf Basic Properties of Reference Crossply Carbon-Fiber Composite] {{webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20120619134226/http://www.ornl.gov/~webworks/cpr/v823/rpt/106099.pdf |date=19 June 2012}}. Oak Ridge National Laboratory (February 2000)</ref> The two different equations governing the net elastic modulus of composite materials using the properties of the carbon fibers and the polymer matrix can also be applied to carbon fiber reinforced plastics.<ref name=":0">{{Cite book|title = Mechanical Behavior of Materials|last = Courtney|first = Thomas|publisher = Waveland Press, Inc.|year = 2000|isbn = 1-57766-425-6|location = United States of America|pages = 247–249}}</ref> The following equation,
 
The reinforcement will give the CFRP its strength and rigidity; measured by [[Stress (mechanics)|stress]] and [[elastic modulus]] respectively. Unlike [[Isotropy|isotropic]] materials like steel and aluminum, CFRP has directional strength properties. The properties of CFRP depend on the layouts of the carbon fiber and the proportion of the carbon fibers relative to the polymer.<ref>[http://www.ornl.gov/~webworks/cpr/v823/rpt/106099.pdf Basic Properties of Reference Crossply Carbon-Fiber Composite] {{webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20120619134226/http://www.ornl.gov/~webworks/cpr/v823/rpt/106099.pdf |date=19 June 2012}}. Oak Ridge National Laboratory (February 2000)</ref> The two different equations governing the net elastic modulus of composite materials using the properties of the carbon fibers and the polymer matrix can also be applied to carbon fiber reinforced plastics.<ref name=":0">{{Cite book|title = Mechanical Behavior of Materials|last = Courtney|first = Thomas|publisher = Waveland Press, Inc.|year = 2000|isbn = 1-57766-425-6|location = United States of America|pages = 247–249}}</ref> The following equation,
   
<math>E_c = V_mE_m + V_fE_f</math>
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:<math>E_c = V_mE_m + V_fE_f</math>
   
 
is valid for composite materials with the fibers oriented in the direction of the applied load. <math>E_c</math> is the total composite modulus, <math>V_m</math> and <math>V_f</math> are the volume fractions of the matrix and fiber respectively in the composite, and <math>E_m</math> and <math>E_f</math> are the elastic moduli of the matrix and fibers respectively.<ref name=":0" /> The other extreme case of the elastic modulus of the composite with the fibers oriented transverse to the applied load can be found using the following equation:<ref name=":0" />
 
is valid for composite materials with the fibers oriented in the direction of the applied load. <math>E_c</math> is the total composite modulus, <math>V_m</math> and <math>V_f</math> are the volume fractions of the matrix and fiber respectively in the composite, and <math>E_m</math> and <math>E_f</math> are the elastic moduli of the matrix and fibers respectively.<ref name=":0" /> The other extreme case of the elastic modulus of the composite with the fibers oriented transverse to the applied load can be found using the following equation:<ref name=":0" />
   
<math>E_c = \left ( \frac{V_m}{E_m} + \frac{V_f}{E_f} \right )^{-1}</math>
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The fracture toughness of carbon fiber reinforced plastics is governed by the following mechanisms: 1) debonding between the carbon fiber and polymer matrix, 2) fiber pull-out, and 3) delamination between the CFRP sheets.<ref name=":1">{{cite book |title=Composite Materials |last=Chawla |first=Krishan |publisher=Springer |year=2013 |isbn=978-0-387-74364-6 |location=United States of America |pages=}}</ref> Typical epoxy-based CFRPs exhibit virtually no plasticity, with less than 0.5% strain to failure. Although CFRPs with epoxy have high strength and elastic modulus, the brittle fracture mechanics present unique challenges to engineers in failure detection since failure occurs catastrophically.<ref name=":1" /> As such, recent efforts to toughen CFRPs include modifying the existing epoxy material and finding alternative polymer matrix. One such material with high promise is [[PEEK]], which exhibits an order of magnitude greater toughness with similar elastic modulus and tensile strength.<ref name=":1" /> However, PEEK is much more difficult to process and more expensive.<ref name=":1" />
 
The fracture toughness of carbon fiber reinforced plastics is governed by the following mechanisms: 1) debonding between the carbon fiber and polymer matrix, 2) fiber pull-out, and 3) delamination between the CFRP sheets.<ref name=":1">{{cite book |title=Composite Materials |last=Chawla |first=Krishan |publisher=Springer |year=2013 |isbn=978-0-387-74364-6 |location=United States of America |pages=}}</ref> Typical epoxy-based CFRPs exhibit virtually no plasticity, with less than 0.5% strain to failure. Although CFRPs with epoxy have high strength and elastic modulus, the brittle fracture mechanics present unique challenges to engineers in failure detection since failure occurs catastrophically.<ref name=":1" /> As such, recent efforts to toughen CFRPs include modifying the existing epoxy material and finding alternative polymer matrix. One such material with high promise is [[PEEK]], which exhibits an order of magnitude greater toughness with similar elastic modulus and tensile strength.<ref name=":1" /> However, PEEK is much more difficult to process and more expensive.<ref name=":1" />

Talk:Grant Fuhr

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Palnati Yuddham (1966 film)

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The film begins with Palnadu's Chief Minister Brahmanaidu (N. T. Rama Rao) and his wife Ithamba (Anjali Devi) was blessed with a baby boy after so many years and they named the child as Balachandra and for the naming ceremony the entire capital city ''Gurajala'' is filled with joy. King Nalagamaraju (Gummadi) himself visited along with his brother Narasimharaju (Rajanala) and stepmother Vidhyala Devi (Hemalatha). According to the child's horoscope, the astrologers say that he would create a huge destruction of war similar to Kurukshetra in Palnadu. So Brahmanaidu orders his henchmen to kill the child, but the child was protected by Brahmanaidu's brother-in-law Kannamma Naidu (Mikkilineni) and secretly raise him up.
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The film begins with Palnadu's Chief Minister Brahmanaidu (N. T. Rama Rao) and his wife Ithamba (Anjali Devi) was blessed with a baby boy after so many years and they named the child as Balachandra and on the naming ceremony the entire capital city ''Gurajala'' is filled with joy. King Nalagamaraju (Gummadi) himself visited along with his brother Narasimharaju (Rajanala) and stepmother Vidhyala Devi (Hemalatha). According to the child's horoscope, the astrologers say that he would create a huge destruction of war similar to Kurukshetra in Palnadu. So Brahmanaidu orders his henchmen to kill the child, but the child was protected by Brahmanaidu's brother-in-law Kannamma Naidu (Mikkilineni) and secretly raise him up.
   
 
At the same time, Palnadu saw flash floods. Progressive-minded Brahmanaidu allows Harijan entry into temples and appoints a Harijan, Kannama Dasu (Prabhakar Reddy) as the army commander. This irks the upper caste people's head Gopamantri (K.V.S.Sarma), so he decides to take revenge against Brahmanaidu for which he uses a powerful women Nayakuralu Nagamma (Bhanumathi Ramakrishna) as a weapon. Nagamma has an edict that she can rule the kingdom for 3 days which was given by king Anuguraju. Using the edict Nagamma creates a lot of destructions within the kingdom and also corrupts the king Nalagamaraju's mind due to which Brahmanaidu has to leave his position.
 
At the same time, Palnadu saw flash floods. Progressive-minded Brahmanaidu allows Harijan entry into temples and appoints a Harijan, Kannama Dasu (Prabhakar Reddy) as the army commander. This irks the upper caste people's head Gopamantri (K.V.S.Sarma), so he decides to take revenge against Brahmanaidu for which he uses a powerful women Nayakuralu Nagamma (Bhanumathi Ramakrishna) as a weapon. Nagamma has an edict that she can rule the kingdom for 3 days which was given by king Anuguraju. Using the edict Nagamma creates a lot of destructions within the kingdom and also corrupts the king Nalagamaraju's mind due to which Brahmanaidu has to leave his position.

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Depo Station

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Microsoft Office 3.0

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Talk:Peshmerga

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I'd like to hear what other people think. I will start to edit the article to hopefully improve its quality over time. Any help/input is welcome. ~ [[User:Zirguezi|''Zirguezi'']] 16:10, 16 January 2018 (UTC)
 
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Currently "Peshmerga" is always italicized and is sometimes capitalized and sometimes not. I'm not sure why it's italicized, but possibly because it's a foreign word. That doesn't seem right and I'm going to edit that. As for capitalization, I'm not sure when it should be capitalized. I think it is capitalized when referring to it as a group (the Peshmerga is a militia) and it's not when referring to individuals (they are peshmerga), but I'm not 100% sure so I'm not making those changes. If anyone knows the answer they should make those edits.

Hello (2017 film)

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'''''Hello!''''' is a 2017 Indian [[Telugu cinema|Telugu]] [[Romance film|romantic]] [[Action film|action]] [[Thriller (genre)|thriller]] film, produced by [[Nagarjuna Akkineni]] under his [[Annapurna Studios]] banner and written & directed by [[Vikram Kumar|Vikram K Kumar]]. The film stars [[Akhil Akkineni]] and [[Kalyani Priyadarshan]] in the lead roles. The music is composed by [[Anup Rubens]]. The film released on 22 December 2017.
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'''''Hello!''''' is a 2017 Indian [[Telugu cinema|Telugu]] [[Romance film|romantic]] [[Action film|action]] [[Thriller (genre)|thriller]] film, produced by [[Nagarjuna Akkineni]] under his [[Annapurna Studios]] banner and written & directed by [[Vikram Kumar|Vikram K Kumar]]. The film stars [[Akhil Akkineni]] and [[Kalyani Priyadarshan]] in the lead roles. The music is composed by [[Anup Rubens]]. The film released on 22 December 2017. The film was released alongside Middle Class Abbayi. Upon release the film received positive reviews, especially praising Akhil Akkineni acting, direction, music, screenplay and story, but it was not a big hit in India as it was dominated by Middle Class Abbayi but was a big hit in overseas.
   
 
==Cast==
 
==Cast==

User:Subodhnitp

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Camila Cabello

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'''Karla Albert Jimmy Fairy Camil Camila Cabello Estrabao''' ({{IPA-en|kə'mi'lə kəˈbeɪoʊ|lang}}, {{IPA-es|ka'mila ka'beʎo|lang}}; born on the planet Unicorn in March 3, 1997)<ref>{{cite tweet |last= Cabello |first=Camila |user=camilacabello97 |number= 572879103914721280 |date=March 3, 2015 |title=I AM 18 |access-date=July 10, 2016 |archive-url=https://www.webcitation.org/6msQgIFfq |archive-date= December 19, 2016 |dead-url=no}} Archive link requires long scrolldown to pertinent tweet.</ref><ref name="infoplease">{{cite web|url=http://www.infoplease.com/biography/var/camilacabello.html|title=Camila Cabello|publisher=Infoplease|accessdate=February 19, 2017}}</ref> is a [[Cuban Americans|Cuban-American]] singer and songwriter. She rose to fame as a member of the girl group [[Fifth Harmony]], formed during the [[The X Factor (U.S. season 2)|second season]] of ''[[The X Factor (U.S. TV series)|The X Factor]]'' in 2012. Thereafter, the group was signed to a joint record deal with [[Syco Music]] and [[Epic Records]] and released one extended play and two studio albums.
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'''Karla Camila Cabello Estrabao''' ({{IPA-en|kə'mi'lə kəˈbeɪoʊ|lang}}, {{IPA-es|ka'mila ka'beʎo|lang}}; born March 3, 1997)<ref>{{cite tweet |last= Cabello |first=Camila |user=camilacabello97 |number= 572879103914721280 |date=March 3, 2015 |title=I AM 18 |access-date=July 10, 2016 |archive-url=https://www.webcitation.org/6msQgIFfq |archive-date= December 19, 2016 |dead-url=no}} Archive link requires long scrolldown to pertinent tweet.</ref><ref name="infoplease">{{cite web|url=http://www.infoplease.com/biography/var/camilacabello.html|title=Camila Cabello|publisher=Infoplease|accessdate=February 19, 2017}}</ref> is a [[Cuban Americans|Cuban-American]] singer and songwriter. She rose to fame as a member of the girl group [[Fifth Harmony]], formed during the [[The X Factor (U.S. season 2)|second season]] of ''[[The X Factor (U.S. TV series)|The X Factor]]'' in 2012. Thereafter, the group was signed to a joint record deal with [[Syco Music]] and [[Epic Records]] and released one extended play and two studio albums.
   
Cabello began to establish herself as the artist who falls in love with Shawn Mendes (because who wouldn't) artist with the release of several collaborations, including "[[Bad Things (Machine Gun Kelly and Camila Cabello song)|Bad Things]]" with [[Machine Gun Kelly (rapper)|Machine Gun Kelly]], which entered at number four on the US [[Billboard Hot 100|''Billboard'' Hot 100]]. After leaving Fifth Harmony in December 2016, she released the solo single "[[Crying in the Club]]" to a modest performance. Refocusing her sound to [[Latin music|Latin]]-influenced music, her eponymous debut studio album ''[[Camila (album)|Camila]]'' (2018) debuted at number one on the US [[Billboard 200|''Billboard'' 200]],<ref name="Billboard200"/> supported by its lead single "[[Havana (Camila Cabello song)|Havana]]", which reached number one in a number of countries including the UK and the US.
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Cabello began to establish herself as a solo artist with the release of several collaborations, including "[[Bad Things (Machine Gun Kelly and Camila Cabello song)|Bad Things]]" with [[Machine Gun Kelly (rapper)|Machine Gun Kelly]], which entered at number four on the US [[Billboard Hot 100|''Billboard'' Hot 100]]. After leaving Fifth Harmony in December 2016, she released the solo single "[[Crying in the Club]]" to a modest performance. Refocusing her sound to [[Latin music|Latin]]-influenced music, her eponymous debut studio album ''[[Camila (album)|Camila]]'' (2018) debuted at number one on the US [[Billboard 200|''Billboard'' 200]],<ref name="Billboard200"/> supported by its lead single "[[Havana (Camila Cabello song)|Havana]]", which reached number one in a number of countries including the UK and the US.
   
 
== Early life ==
 
== Early life ==

List of sovereign states in the 1940s

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* '''{{Flagicon image|CJZ1.svg}} [[Reformed Government of the Republic of China|China, Reformed Government of]]''' - Reformed Government of the Republic of China {{small|(to 30 March, 1940)}} was organized and recognized by Japan military authority during [[Second Sino-Japanese War]].
 
* '''{{Flagicon image|CJZ1.svg}} [[Reformed Government of the Republic of China|China, Reformed Government of]]''' - Reformed Government of the Republic of China {{small|(to 30 March, 1940)}} was organized and recognized by Japan military authority during [[Second Sino-Japanese War]].
 
* '''{{Flag|Manchukuo}}''' - Great Empire of Manchuria {{small|(to August, 1945)}} was organized and recognized by Japan military authority after [[Mukden Incident]]. Recognized by [[Axis powers]] member states.
 
* '''{{Flag|Manchukuo}}''' - Great Empire of Manchuria {{small|(to August, 1945)}} was organized and recognized by Japan military authority after [[Mukden Incident]]. Recognized by [[Axis powers]] member states.
* '''{{Flag|Mengjiang|1936}}''' - Mongol Military Government {{small|(to August, 1945)}} was organized and recognized by Japan military authority during [[Second Sino-Japanese War]]. Recognized by [[Axis powers]] member states.
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* '''{{Flag|Mengjiang|1936}}''' - Mongol Military Government {{small|(to August, 1945)}} {{capital|Kalgan}} was organized and recognized by Japan military authority during [[Second Sino-Japanese War]]. Recognized by [[Axis powers]] member states.
* '''{{Flag|Mengjiang|1936}}''' - Mongol Military Government {{small|(to August, 1945)}} was organized and recognized by Japan military authority during [[Second Sino-Japanese War]]. Recognized by [[Axis powers]] member states.
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* '''{{flagicon|Slovakia|1938}} [[Slovak Republic (1939–1945)|Slovakia]]''' - Slovak Republic {{small|(to April 4, 1945)}} ''was organized and recognized by German military after [[Munich Agreement]]. Recognized by [[Axis powers]] member states. Recognized by [[Axis powers]] member states and several neutral States.
 
* '''{{Flagicon image|Flag of the Republic of China-Nanjing (Peace, Anti-Communism, National Construction).svg}} [[Wang Jingwei regime|National Government of the Republic of China]]''' - National Government of the Republic of China {{small|(from 30 March 1940 to April 4, 1945)}} ''was organized and recognized by Japanese military, combined [[Reformed Government of the Republic of China|Reformed Government]] and [[Provisional Government of the Republic of China (1937–1940)|Provisional Government]] together. Recognized by [[Axis powers]] member states.
 
* '''{{Flagicon image|Flag of the Republic of China-Nanjing (Peace, Anti-Communism, National Construction).svg}} [[Wang Jingwei regime|National Government of the Republic of China]]''' - National Government of the Republic of China {{small|(from 30 March 1940 to April 4, 1945)}} ''was organized and recognized by Japanese military, combined [[Reformed Government of the Republic of China|Reformed Government]] and [[Provisional Government of the Republic of China (1937–1940)|Provisional Government]] together. Recognized by [[Axis powers]] member states.
   

St. Mark's School of Texas

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On its 40 acre-campus is an array of buildings, most of which are named after well-known Dallas families. In the 1960s and 1970s, [[Texas Instruments]]' co-founders [[Cecil H. Green]] and [[Eugene McDermott]] donated a math and science quadrangle, the main library, the [[greenhouse]], the [[planetarium]] and the [[observatory]].<ref>[http://www.mssu.edu/seg-vm/bio_eugene_mcdermott.html Eugene McDermott biography], Missouri Southern State University {{webarchive |url=https://web.archive.org/web/20081204113449/http://www.mssu.edu/seg-vm/bio_eugene_mcdermott.html |date=December 4, 2008 }}</ref>
 
On its 40 acre-campus is an array of buildings, most of which are named after well-known Dallas families. In the 1960s and 1970s, [[Texas Instruments]]' co-founders [[Cecil H. Green]] and [[Eugene McDermott]] donated a math and science quadrangle, the main library, the [[greenhouse]], the [[planetarium]] and the [[observatory]].<ref>[http://www.mssu.edu/seg-vm/bio_eugene_mcdermott.html Eugene McDermott biography], Missouri Southern State University {{webarchive |url=https://web.archive.org/web/20081204113449/http://www.mssu.edu/seg-vm/bio_eugene_mcdermott.html |date=December 4, 2008 }}</ref>
   
The early emphasis on science facilities was not random. A former St. Mark's headmaster said: "St. Mark's is a [[Sputnik]] school pragmatically established by industrialists who were interested in turning out scientists."<ref>[https://books.google.com/books?id=sSQ_uptJGuMC&pg=PA51&lpg=PA51&dq=ted.whatley+st+mark's&source=bl&ots=3z1G8vuuAU&sig=ZjCuB0AnNkJc0wK5jqi79HeeNcU&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiny42A9OTMAhVEzRQKHWtxAToQ6AEILjAH#v=onepage&q=ted.whatley%20st%20mark's&f=false]</ref> The science facilities have contributed to the career development of a number of future scientists, including [[Alan Stern]], who traces his current role as [[principal investigator]] of [[NASA]]'s [[New Horizons]] mission to [[Pluto]] to his early participation in the St. Mark's planetarium, observatory, and astronomy club.<ref name="Science on Alan Stern's tenacity ">[http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2015/06/feature-how-alan-stern-s-tenacity-drive-and-command-got-nasa-spacecraft-pluto]</ref>
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The early emphasis on science facilities was not random. As a former St. Mark's headmaster once said: "St. Mark's is a [[Sputnik]] school pragmatically established by industrialists who were interested in turning out scientists."<ref>[https://books.google.com/books?id=sSQ_uptJGuMC&pg=PA51&lpg=PA51&dq=ted.whatley+st+mark's&source=bl&ots=3z1G8vuuAU&sig=ZjCuB0AnNkJc0wK5jqi79HeeNcU&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiny42A9OTMAhVEzRQKHWtxAToQ6AEILjAH#v=onepage&q=ted.whatley%20st%20mark's&f=false]</ref> The science facilities have contributed to the career development of a number of future scientists, including [[Alan Stern]], who traces his current role as [[principal investigator]] of [[NASA]]'s [[New Horizons]] mission to [[Pluto]] to his early participation in the St. Mark's planetarium, observatory, and astronomy club.<ref name="Science on Alan Stern's tenacity ">[http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2015/06/feature-how-alan-stern-s-tenacity-drive-and-command-got-nasa-spacecraft-pluto]</ref>
   
 
In more recent years, the [[natatorium]] was named in honor of [[Ralph Rogers]],<ref>{{cite web|url=https://tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/dqt01|title=TEXAS INDUSTRIES {{!}} The Handbook of Texas Online {{!}} Texas State Historical Association (TSHA)|work=tshaonline.org|accessdate=May 1, 2015}}</ref> the [[Lamar Hunt]] family donated a football stadium, and [[Tom Hicks]] funded a new gymnasium. The [[Roosevelt family]] contributed a [[carillon]] in 2005 and a Letourneau [[pipe organ]] in 2013.<ref>[http://artsblog.dallasnews.com/2014/10/new-organ-at-st-marks-school-for-boys.html/]</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.smtexas.org/podium/default.aspx?t=204&nid=662271|title=St. Mark's School of Texas ~ Roosevelt Gift to Fund New Pipe Organ|work=smtexas.org|accessdate=May 1, 2015}}</ref> The Lower School has its own library, while the main library, named after Ida and [[Cecil H. Green]], is heavily computerized but also features 56,000 volumes.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://libguides.smtexas.org/welcome|title=Home – WELCOME TO THE GREEN LIBRARY! START YOUR SEARCH HERE: – LibGuides at St. Mark's School of Texas|author=Tinsley Silcox|work=smtexas.org|accessdate=June 10, 2015}}</ref> St. Mark's was rated in 2016 as having one of the ten most beautiful high school campuses in the state.<ref>[https://www.aceable.com/blog/the-most-beautiful-high-schools-in-texas/]</ref>
 
In more recent years, the [[natatorium]] was named in honor of [[Ralph Rogers]],<ref>{{cite web|url=https://tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/dqt01|title=TEXAS INDUSTRIES {{!}} The Handbook of Texas Online {{!}} Texas State Historical Association (TSHA)|work=tshaonline.org|accessdate=May 1, 2015}}</ref> the [[Lamar Hunt]] family donated a football stadium, and [[Tom Hicks]] funded a new gymnasium. The [[Roosevelt family]] contributed a [[carillon]] in 2005 and a Letourneau [[pipe organ]] in 2013.<ref>[http://artsblog.dallasnews.com/2014/10/new-organ-at-st-marks-school-for-boys.html/]</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.smtexas.org/podium/default.aspx?t=204&nid=662271|title=St. Mark's School of Texas ~ Roosevelt Gift to Fund New Pipe Organ|work=smtexas.org|accessdate=May 1, 2015}}</ref> The Lower School has its own library, while the main library, named after Ida and [[Cecil H. Green]], is heavily computerized but also features 56,000 volumes.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://libguides.smtexas.org/welcome|title=Home – WELCOME TO THE GREEN LIBRARY! START YOUR SEARCH HERE: – LibGuides at St. Mark's School of Texas|author=Tinsley Silcox|work=smtexas.org|accessdate=June 10, 2015}}</ref> St. Mark's was rated in 2016 as having one of the ten most beautiful high school campuses in the state.<ref>[https://www.aceable.com/blog/the-most-beautiful-high-schools-in-texas/]</ref>

Dimitris Konstantinidis

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===Brescia===
 
===Brescia===
On 31 January 2018, Dimitris Konstantinidis, will finally continue his career at the [[Serie B]] club [[Brescia Calcio|Brescia]]. The 23-year-old international player has decided to reject the loan offer from financially struggling [[Panathinaikos]] and join experienced manager [[Roberto Boscaglia]]'s team as a free-agent, with the administration of the [[Greek Cup]] winners still keeping 30% of his rights in a future sale. <ref>{{cite web|publisher=gianlucadimarzio.com |url=http://gianlucadimarzio.com/it/calciomercato-brescia-dal-paok-arriva-il-terzino-konstantinidis |title=Calciomercato | Brescia, dal Paok arriva il terzino Konstantinidis|date=31 January 2018|language=Italian}}</ref>
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On 31 January 2018, Dimitris Konstantinidis, will finally continue his career at the [[Serie B]] club [[Brescia Calcio|Brescia]]. The 23-year-old international player has decided to reject the loan offer from financially struggling [[Panathinaikos]] and join experienced manager [[Roberto Boscaglia]]'s team as a free-agent, with the administration of the [[Greek Cup]] winners still keeping 30% of his rights in a future sale. <ref>{{cite web |publisher= gianlucadimarzio.com |url= http://gianlucadimarzio.com/it/calciomercato-brescia-dal-paok-arriva-il-terzino-konstantinidis |title= Calciomercato {{!}} Brescia, dal Paok arriva il terzino Konstantinidis |date= 31 January 2018 |language= Italian}}</ref>
   
 
==International career==
 
==International career==

User:FishmanAlik

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User:Loreal08

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User talk:Gunter Gillot

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Monkey Wrench (song)

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|Format = [[Compact Disc|CD]], [[CD-R]], [[Gramophone record|vinyl]] (7")
 
|Format = [[Compact Disc|CD]], [[CD-R]], [[Gramophone record|vinyl]] (7")
 
|Recorded = 1997 at Grandmaster Recorders in Hollywood, California
 
|Recorded = 1997 at Grandmaster Recorders in Hollywood, California
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|Label = Roswell/[[Capitol Records|Capitol]]
 
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Planet Nine

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! scope="row" class="unsortable" | [[#Simulation|Hypothesized<br />Planet Nine]] || {{sort|15000|~15,000}} || {{sort|700|~700}} || {{sort|200|~200}} || {{sort|1200|~1,200}} || {{sort|1000|~1,000?}} || {{sort|0.6|~0.6}} || {{sort|150|~150}} || {{sort|30|~30}} || {{sort|91|{{val|91|15}}}} || {{sort|241|{{val|241|15}}}}|| || {{sort|22|>22}} || {{sort|40000|~40,000}}
 
! scope="row" class="unsortable" | [[#Simulation|Hypothesized<br />Planet Nine]] || {{sort|15000|~15,000}} || {{sort|700|~700}} || {{sort|200|~200}} || {{sort|1200|~1,200}} || {{sort|1000|~1,000?}} || {{sort|0.6|~0.6}} || {{sort|150|~150}} || {{sort|30|~30}} || {{sort|91|{{val|91|15}}}} || {{sort|241|{{val|241|15}}}}|| || {{sort|22|>22}} || {{sort|40000|~40,000}}
 
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===Numerical simulations of extreme TNOs===
 
===Numerical simulations of extreme TNOs===

Logan County, Illinois

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As of the [[2010 United States Census|2010 census]], there were 30,305 people; 12,107 households; and 7,274 families residing in the county. The [[population density]] was 49 people per square mile (19/km²). The racial makeup of the county included the following percentages non-Hispanic: 87.7% [[Race (United States Census)|White]], 7.4% [[Race (United States Census)|Black]] or [[Race (United States Census)|African American]], 0.2% [[Race (United States Census)|Native American]], 0.6% [[Race (United States Census)|Asian]], 5 persons [[Race (United States Census)|Pacific Islander]], 12 persons from [[Race (United States Census)|other races]], and 1.1% from two or more races. 2.9% of the population were [[Race (United States Census)|Hispanic]] or [[Race (United States Census)|Latino]] of any race.
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The [[2010 United States Census|2010 census]] reports there were 30,305 people; 12,107 households; and 7,274 families residing in the county. The [[population density]] was 49 people per square mile (19/km²). The racial makeup of the county included the following percentages non-Hispanic: 87.7% [[Race (United States Census)|White]], 7.4% [[Race (United States Census)|Black]] or [[Race (United States Census)|African American]], 0.2% [[Race (United States Census)|Native American]], 0.6% [[Race (United States Census)|Asian]], 5 persons [[Race (United States Census)|Pacific Islander]], 12 persons from [[Race (United States Census)|other races]], and 1.1% from two or more races. 2.9% of the population were [[Race (United States Census)|Hispanic]] or [[Race (United States Census)|Latino]] of any race.
   
 
There were 11,070 households out of which 29.7% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 50.3% were [[Marriage|married couples]] living together, 10.6% had a female householder with no husband present, and 34.3% were non-families. 29.4% of all households contained individuals who were 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.34 and the average family size was 2.85.
 
There were 11,070 households out of which 29.7% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 50.3% were [[Marriage|married couples]] living together, 10.6% had a female householder with no husband present, and 34.3% were non-families. 29.4% of all households contained individuals who were 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.34 and the average family size was 2.85.

Zolitūde Station

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Love Meeting Love

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"'''Love Meeting Love'''" is a song written by [[Mark King (musician)|Mark King]] and [[Boon Gould]], and released in 1980 by the British musical group [[Level 42]]. It is the second single of the group. It was released by the label Elite. It was the first Level 42 song that entered in the [[UK single charts]], reaching #61. Only two years after, this song is released in a studio album: "[[Strategy (album)|The Early Tapes/Strategy]]", released by the [[Polydor Records]] also with other singles released by the Elite Records.
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"'''Love Meeting Love'''" is a song written by [[Mark King (musician)|Mark King]] and [[Boon Gould]], and released in 1980 by the British musical group [[Level 42]]. It is the second single of the group. It was released by the label Elite. It was the first Level 42 song that entered in the [[UK single charts]], reaching #61. Only two years after, this song is released in a studio album: ''[[Strategy (album)|The Early Tapes/Strategy]]'', released by the [[Polydor Records]] also with other singles released by the Elite Records.
   
 
The song was released only in the United Kingdom.<ref>[http://www.ultimatelevel42.com/media/cds_list.php?mastertable=groups&masterkey1=5 The Definitive Online Level 42 Collectors Resource: Media<!-- Bot generated title -->]</ref>
 
The song was released only in the United Kingdom.<ref>[http://www.ultimatelevel42.com/media/cds_list.php?mastertable=groups&masterkey1=5 The Definitive Online Level 42 Collectors Resource: Media<!-- Bot generated title -->]</ref>

Renato Usatîi

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| term_start = 2 July 2015
 
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| predecessor = [[Vasili Panciuc]]
 
| predecessor = [[Vasili Panciuc]]