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Category:Canadian military personnel of World War I

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{{Portal|World War I|Canada}}
 
{{Commonscat|World War I forces of Canada}}
 
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[[Category:Canadian military personnel by war]]
 
[[Category:Canadian military personnel by war]]
 
[[Category:Canadian people of World War I]]
 
[[Category:Canadian people of World War I]]

User:Als741

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* Search Wikipedia to ensure that there is not an existing page on your topic already. If there is a page, get a new topic. Repeat.
 
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== Test ==
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** at least three sections with headings

User:Nitin yaqdav

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User account Nitin yaqdav was created

User talk:Serols

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Report at AIV

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I saw your report on AIV about {{user|McFallen1}}. Just wanted to let you know nice catch and they're probably a sock of this user {{user|McFallen}} (who I dealt with today) so if you see anymore with a similar name this appears to be the master.
 
I saw your report on AIV about {{user|McFallen1}}. Just wanted to let you know nice catch and they're probably a sock of this user {{user|McFallen}} (who I dealt with today) so if you see anymore with a similar name this appears to be the master.
 
[[User:HickoryOughtShirt?4|HickoryOughtShirt?4]] ([[User talk:HickoryOughtShirt?4|talk]]) 08:10, 25 February 2018 (UTC)
 
[[User:HickoryOughtShirt?4|HickoryOughtShirt?4]] ([[User talk:HickoryOughtShirt?4|talk]]) 08:10, 25 February 2018 (UTC)
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:Hello [[User:HickoryOughtShirt?4|HickoryOughtShirt?4]], thanks for the information, also be careful. Regards --[[User:Serols|Serols]] ([[User talk:Serols#top|talk]]) 08:17, 25 February 2018 (UTC)

Agami Hando

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}}[[File:AgamiHando.jpg|thumb]]Hando was born in Bergen. He started his career at local club Fana IL,[1] playing with Norwegian-international Mathias Dyngeland, before moving from home in 2013 to go to Norwegian College of Elite Sports in Baerum with Norwegian-internationals Anders Trondsen, Mats Moller Daehli, Caroline Graham Hansen etc., but later quit due to academical problems. Back in Bergen, Agami started his senior career, playing for local sides SK Baune and FK Fyllingsdalen in the 5.tier in Norway.[2]
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}}[[File:AgamiHando.jpg|thumb]]Hando was born in Bergen. He started his career at local club Fana IL,<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://www.kxweb.no/portal/theme/team/news/show.do;jsessionid=A7BE76D0FDF70FC7DB7CC12A43EE5070?id=9208202|title=Videre i NM for halv maskin|work=Fana IL Fotball|access-date=2018-02-25}}</ref> playing with Norwegian-international [[Mathias Dyngeland]], before moving from home in 2013 to go to Norwegian College of Elite Sports in Baerum with Norwegian-internationals [[Anders Trondsen]], [[Mats Møller Dæhli|Mats Moller Daehli]], [[Caroline Graham Hansen]] etc., but later quit due to academical problems. Back in Bergen, Agami started his senior career, playing for local sides SK Baune and FK Fyllingsdalen in the 5.tier in Norway.[2]
   
Via a friend in Norway, Hando went to Bosnia in the summer of 2016, were he first operated as a practice player for FK Slavija Sarajevo due to his lack of professional experience, before his improvement made him sign with NK Natron Maglaj in Second League of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. [3][4]
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Via a friend in Norway, Hando went to Bosnia in the summer of 2016, were he first operated as a practice player for FK<nowiki/>http://www.kxweb.no/portal/theme/team/news/show.do;jsessionid=A7BE76D0FDF70FC7DB7CC12A43EE5070?id=9208202 Slavija Sarajevo due to his lack of professional experience, before his improvement made him sign with NK Natron Maglaj in Second League of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. [3][4]
   
 
After having a successful spell in NK Natron Maglaj with a total of 13 matches and 4 goals, Hando signed his first professional contract with FK Dečić in Montenegrin First League[5][6], and made his debut in a friendly match against Mladost Podgorica in july playing alongside Cameroon-international Dany Kamy.
 
After having a successful spell in NK Natron Maglaj with a total of 13 matches and 4 goals, Hando signed his first professional contract with FK Dečić in Montenegrin First League[5][6], and made his debut in a friendly match against Mladost Podgorica in july playing alongside Cameroon-international Dany Kamy.

Category:Canadian military personnel killed in World War I

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Canadian World War I [[killed in action]]
 
Canadian World War I [[killed in action]]
   

List of compositions by Johann Sebastian Bach printed during his lifetime

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===Canonic Variations on "Vom Himmel hoch da komm' ich her"===
 
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[[File:Titlepage-BWV769.jpg|thumb|upright=1.24|Print version of the first Canonic Variation]]
 
{{main|Canonic Variations on "Vom Himmel hoch da komm' ich her"}}
 
{{main|Canonic Variations on "Vom Himmel hoch da komm' ich her"}}
 
The [[Canonic Variations on "Vom Himmel hoch da komm' ich her"]], BWV&nbsp;769, for organ, were published on the occasion of Bach's admission to Mizler's {{ill|Society of the Musical Sciences|de|Correspondierende Societät der musicalischen Wissenschaften}} in 1747.{{sfn|Emans|Hiemke|2015|pages=[https://books.google.com/books?id=p815CgAAQBAJ&pg=PA232 232]–[https://books.google.com/books?id=p815CgAAQBAJ&pg=PA233 233]}}{{sfn|Breig|2010|pages=18–20}}{{sfn|Forkel|Terry|1920|pages=[https://archive.org/stream/johannsebastian01terrgoog#page/n29/mode/2up XXIV], [https://archive.org/stream/johannsebastian01terrgoog#page/n159/mode/2up 112–113] and [https://archive.org/stream/johannsebastian01terrgoog#page/n167/mode/2up 120]}}{{sfn|Schneider|1907|page=[https://archive.org/stream/Bach-jahrbuch03.jg1906/BachJahrbuch1906#page/n97/mode/2up 93]}}{{sfn|Bach|1747–1748}}
 
The [[Canonic Variations on "Vom Himmel hoch da komm' ich her"]], BWV&nbsp;769, for organ, were published on the occasion of Bach's admission to Mizler's {{ill|Society of the Musical Sciences|de|Correspondierende Societät der musicalischen Wissenschaften}} in 1747.{{sfn|Emans|Hiemke|2015|pages=[https://books.google.com/books?id=p815CgAAQBAJ&pg=PA232 232]–[https://books.google.com/books?id=p815CgAAQBAJ&pg=PA233 233]}}{{sfn|Breig|2010|pages=18–20}}{{sfn|Forkel|Terry|1920|pages=[https://archive.org/stream/johannsebastian01terrgoog#page/n29/mode/2up XXIV], [https://archive.org/stream/johannsebastian01terrgoog#page/n159/mode/2up 112–113] and [https://archive.org/stream/johannsebastian01terrgoog#page/n167/mode/2up 120]}}{{sfn|Schneider|1907|page=[https://archive.org/stream/Bach-jahrbuch03.jg1906/BachJahrbuch1906#page/n97/mode/2up 93]}}{{sfn|Bach|1747–1748}}

Jaakko Vähämaa

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Forevermore (TV series)

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| Katherine "Kate" Saavedra
 
| Katherine "Kate" Saavedra
| Xander's ex girl friend and first love, who refuses to move on from their relationship. Mentally unstable and emotionally dependent on Xander, she returns to break up Agnes and Xander's relationship and does everything to win him back. She is directly involved in the destruction of La Presa and injuring the strawberry farmers. After two years of therapy in America, Kate's personality calms down, finally accepts Xander's love for Agnes.
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| Xander's ex-girlfriend and Agnes rival. Mentally unstable and emotionally dependent on Xander, she returns to break up Agnes and Xander's relationship and does everything to win him back, but Katherine is now more cunning, vicious, and ruthless when it comes to love. She is directly involved in the destruction of La Presa and injuring the strawberry farmers. After two years of therapy in America, Kate's personality calms down, finally accepts Xander's love for Agnes.
 
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| [[Lilet]]
 
| [[Lilet]]
 
| Bettina Rosales-Grande
 
| Bettina Rosales-Grande
| Second wife of Alex Grande Sr. and Xander's mother. She dislikes Agnes because of their socio economic background and tries to break them up. But she warms up to Agnes and recognizes her positive influence on her son. She lives under the shadow of her domineering mother in law and a first wife.
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| Second wife of Alex Grande Sr. and Xander's mother. She will wreak havoc to Agnes life. She dislikes Agnes because of their socio economic background and tries to break them up. But she warms up to Agnes and recognizes her positive influence on her son. She lives under the shadow of her domineering mother in law and a first wife.
 
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| [[Zoren Legaspi]]
 
| [[Zoren Legaspi]]

Category:Canadian World War I recipients of the Victoria Cross

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[[Category:Canadian recipients of the Victoria Cross|World War I]]
 
[[Category:Canadian recipients of the Victoria Cross|World War I]]
 
[[Category:World War I recipients of the Victoria Cross|Canada]]
 
[[Category:World War I recipients of the Victoria Cross|Canada]]

List of black new york times best sellers

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|''[[One by One From the Inside Out]]''
 
|''[[One by One From the Inside Out]]''
 
|[[Glenn C. Loury]]
 
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|November 19, 1995
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|''[[The All American Skin Game]]''
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|[[Stanley Crouch]]
 
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|May 16, 1996
 
|May 16, 1996

Category:Canadian World War I poets

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[[Category:20th-century Canadian poets]]
 
[[Category:20th-century Canadian poets]]
 
[[Category:World War I poets]]
 
[[Category:World War I poets]]

User:Hanah Blidariu

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User account Hanah Blidariu was created

The Dark Crystal

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Plot: Since his name is Chamberlain and not his species, job occupation, etc., it should just be Chamberlain and not 'the Chamberlain'.

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Jen reaches Aughra and is taken to her home, which contains an enormous [[orrery]] she uses to predict the motions of the heavens. She has a box full of shards, from which Jen selects the correct one by playing music on his flute to cause it to [[Crystal oscillator|resonate]]. Aughra tells Jen of the upcoming Great Conjunction, the alignment of the three suns, but he learns little of its connection to the shard. Suddenly, the Garthim appear and destroy Aughra's home, taking her prisoner as Jen flees.
 
Jen reaches Aughra and is taken to her home, which contains an enormous [[orrery]] she uses to predict the motions of the heavens. She has a box full of shards, from which Jen selects the correct one by playing music on his flute to cause it to [[Crystal oscillator|resonate]]. Aughra tells Jen of the upcoming Great Conjunction, the alignment of the three suns, but he learns little of its connection to the shard. Suddenly, the Garthim appear and destroy Aughra's home, taking her prisoner as Jen flees.
   
Hearing the call of the Crystal, the Mystics leave their valley to travel to the Skeksis' castle. Jen meets [[Characters and races of the Dark Crystal#Kira|Kira]], another surviving Gelfling who can communicate with animals, and her pet Fizzgig. They discover that they have a telepathic connection, which Kira calls "dreamfasting", and share memories of being forced from their homes. They stay for a night with the [[Characters and races of the Dark Crystal#Podlings|Podlings]], who raised Kira after the death of her parents. The Garthim raid the village, capturing most of the Podlings, but the two Gelflings and Fizzgig flee when the Chamberlain stops the Garthim from attacking them, intent on winning their trust.
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Hearing the call of the Crystal, the Mystics leave their valley to travel to the Skeksis' castle. Jen meets [[Characters and races of the Dark Crystal#Kira|Kira]], another surviving Gelfling who can communicate with animals, and her pet Fizzgig. They discover that they have a telepathic connection, which Kira calls "dreamfasting", and share memories of being forced from their homes. They stay for a night with the [[Characters and races of the Dark Crystal#Podlings|Podlings]], who raised Kira after the death of her parents. The Garthim raid the village, capturing most of the Podlings, but the two Gelflings and Fizzgig flee when Chamberlain stops the Garthim from attacking them, intent on winning their trust.
   
 
Jen and Kira discover a ruined Gelfling city with ancient writing describing a prophecy: the shard Jen carries must be reinserted into the Dark Crystal to restore its integrity. They are interrupted by the Chamberlain, who claims that the Skeksis want to make peace and wants the Gelflings to return to the castle with him, but they distrust him and refuse. Riding on [[Characters and races of the Dark Crystal#Landstriders|Landstriders]], the Gelflings arrive at the Skeksis' castle and intercept the Garthim that attacked Kira's village. While trying to free the captured Podlings, Kira, Jen, and Fizzgig descend to the bottom of the castle's dry moat and use a lower-level entrance to gain access. They are followed by the Chamberlain, who repeats his peace offer; when the Gelflings refuse again, he buries Jen in a cave-in and takes Kira to the castle. The General reinstates him to his former position, and the Skeksis' Scientist tries to drain Kira's life essence for the General to drink so that he can regain his youth. Aughra, imprisoned in the Scientist's laboratory, tells Kira to call for help from the animals held captive; they break free in response, releasing Kira and causing the Scientist to fall to his death. His Mystic counterpart simultaneously vanishes. Aughra also escapes, and later rescues Fizzgig.
 
Jen and Kira discover a ruined Gelfling city with ancient writing describing a prophecy: the shard Jen carries must be reinserted into the Dark Crystal to restore its integrity. They are interrupted by the Chamberlain, who claims that the Skeksis want to make peace and wants the Gelflings to return to the castle with him, but they distrust him and refuse. Riding on [[Characters and races of the Dark Crystal#Landstriders|Landstriders]], the Gelflings arrive at the Skeksis' castle and intercept the Garthim that attacked Kira's village. While trying to free the captured Podlings, Kira, Jen, and Fizzgig descend to the bottom of the castle's dry moat and use a lower-level entrance to gain access. They are followed by the Chamberlain, who repeats his peace offer; when the Gelflings refuse again, he buries Jen in a cave-in and takes Kira to the castle. The General reinstates him to his former position, and the Skeksis' Scientist tries to drain Kira's life essence for the General to drink so that he can regain his youth. Aughra, imprisoned in the Scientist's laboratory, tells Kira to call for help from the animals held captive; they break free in response, releasing Kira and causing the Scientist to fall to his death. His Mystic counterpart simultaneously vanishes. Aughra also escapes, and later rescues Fizzgig.

Category:Canadian World War I pilots

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[[Category:Canadian aviators]]
 
[[Category:Canadian aviators]]
   

Morgan Sanders

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Category:Canadian World War I flying aces

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[[Category:World War I flying aces]]
 
[[Category:World War I flying aces]]
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Morgan Sanders

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{{for|the American politician|Morgan G. Sanders}}
 
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Toddy

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People

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* [[Toddy Walters]] (born 1969), actress and singer/songwriter
 
* [[Toddy Walters]] (born 1969), actress and singer/songwriter
 
* [[Toddy Smith]] (born 1991), internet personality and american treasure
 
* [[Toddy Smith]] (born 1991), internet personality and american treasure
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* [[Teja Toddy]] (born 2003),singer/songwriter and kannur treasure
   
 
==Other uses==
 
==Other uses==

Morgan Sanders

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Category:Canadian World War I brigades

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[[Category:Brigades of the Canadian Army]]
 
[[Category:Brigades of the Canadian Army]]
 
[[Category:Military units and formations of Canada in World War I]]
 
[[Category:Military units and formations of Canada in World War I]]

User:Vasud01/sandbox

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Waverton railway station, Sydney

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The original line was retained to access the North Sydney Car Sidings next to [[Luna Park Sydney|Luna Park]]. A shunting neck is located behind Platform 2 for these services. In May 1993, an upgrade of the station was completed which included a new overbridge and canopies.<ref>"Waverton Station Upgrade Completed" ''Railway Digest'' June 1993 page 223</ref>
 
The original line was retained to access the North Sydney Car Sidings next to [[Luna Park Sydney|Luna Park]]. A shunting neck is located behind Platform 2 for these services. In May 1993, an upgrade of the station was completed which included a new overbridge and canopies.<ref>"Waverton Station Upgrade Completed" ''Railway Digest'' June 1993 page 223</ref>
   
The station received unusual attention in January 2007, when part of the Platform 2 face was seen to have an apparition of [[Jesus Christ]] on it. Church leaders are unconvinced but remaining open-minded about the apparition, which has been explained as a combination of worn away paint and moss. People have been visiting the station to see the appartiton, requiring station staff to ensure that no observer is hit by a passing train.<ref>[https://web.archive.org/web/20080403062051/http://www.news.com.au/dailytelegraph/story/0,22049,21023886-5001021,00.html Vision of Christ at station] ''[[The Daily Telegraph (Sydney)|Daily Telegraph]]'' 8 January 2007</ref><ref>[http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/ghostly-face-has-commuters-guessing/story-e6frg6n6-1111112796772 Ghostly face has commuters guessing] ''[[The Australian]]'' 8 January 2007</ref>
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The station received unusual attention in January 2007, when part of the Platform 2 face was seen to have an apparition of [[Jesus Christ]] on it. Church leaders are unconvinced but remaining open-minded about the apparition, which has been explained as a combination of worn away paint and moss. People visited the station to see the apparition, requiring station staff to ensure that no observer is hit by a passing train.<ref>[https://web.archive.org/web/20080403062051/http://www.news.com.au/dailytelegraph/story/0,22049,21023886-5001021,00.html Vision of Christ at station] ''[[The Daily Telegraph (Sydney)|Daily Telegraph]]'' 8 January 2007</ref><ref>[http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/ghostly-face-has-commuters-guessing/story-e6frg6n6-1111112796772 Ghostly face has commuters guessing] ''[[The Australian]]'' 8 January 2007</ref>
   
 
==Platforms & services==
 
==Platforms & services==

Jake and Amir

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==== Accolades ====
 
==== Accolades ====
''Jake and Amir'' has received general acclaim as its style and viewership has evolved and expanded. In 2008, [[PC Magazine]] listed the series among its "Top 100 Undiscovered Web Sites", saying: "Considering it's mainly a hobby they do after work, the webisodes at JakeAndAmir.com are better than some of the stuff they get paid to do for CollegeHumor."<ref>{{cite web |last=Monson |first=Kyle |title=The Top 100 Undiscovered Web Sites |url=https://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2327435,00.asp |work=[[PC Magazine]] |publisher=[[Ziff Davis]] |date=August 11, 2008 |accessdate=September 15, 2013}}</ref>
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''Jake and Amir'' have received general acclaim as its style and viewership has evolved and expanded. In 2008, [[PC Magazine]] listed the series among its "Top 100 Undiscovered Web Sites", saying: "Considering it's mainly a hobby they do after work, the webisodes at JakeAndAmir.com are better than some of the stuff they get paid to do for CollegeHumor."<ref>{{cite web |last=Monson |first=Kyle |title=The Top 100 Undiscovered Web Sites |url=https://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2327435,00.asp |work=[[PC Magazine]] |publisher=[[Ziff Davis]] |date=August 11, 2008 |accessdate=September 15, 2013}}</ref>
   
 
{{external media|video1=[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xab53S5nnE0 Amir Blumenfeld's nomination reel] for the Webby Awards}}
 
{{external media|video1=[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xab53S5nnE0 Amir Blumenfeld's nomination reel] for the Webby Awards}}

Category:Canada in World War I

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Roman Catholic Diocese of Alba Pompeia

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* [[Giovanni Anselmo Carminato]] (26 Aug 1596 – 1605 Died)<ref name=HierarchiaIV>{{cite book|url=http://sul-derivatives.stanford.edu/derivative?CSNID=00002719&mediaType=application/pdf|last1=Gauchat|first1=Patritius (Patrice)|title=HIERARCHIA CATHOLICA MEDII ET RECENTIORIS AEVI Vol IV|pages=75|publisher=|date=|ISBN=}}</ref>
 
* [[Giovanni Anselmo Carminato]] (26 Aug 1596 – 1605 Died)<ref name=HierarchiaIV>{{cite book|url=http://sul-derivatives.stanford.edu/derivative?CSNID=00002719&mediaType=application/pdf|last1=Gauchat|first1=Patritius (Patrice)|title=HIERARCHIA CATHOLICA MEDII ET RECENTIORIS AEVI Vol IV|pages=75|publisher=|date=|ISBN=}}</ref>
 
* [[Francesco Pendasio]] (18 Jul 1605 – Sep 1616 Died)<ref name=HierarchiaIV /><ref name=CathHierFranPend>[http://www.catholic-hierarchy.org/bishop/bpendasi.html "Bishop Francesco Pendasio"] ''[[Catholic-Hierarchy.org]]''. David M. Cheney. Retrieved March 21, 2016</ref>
 
* [[Francesco Pendasio]] (18 Jul 1605 – Sep 1616 Died)<ref name=HierarchiaIV /><ref name=CathHierFranPend>[http://www.catholic-hierarchy.org/bishop/bpendasi.html "Bishop Francesco Pendasio"] ''[[Catholic-Hierarchy.org]]''. David M. Cheney. Retrieved March 21, 2016</ref>
* [[Vincenzo Agnello Suardi]] (5 Dec 1616 – 13 May 1619 Appointed, Coadjutor [[Bishop of Mantova]])<ref name=HierarchiaIV /><ref name=CathHierVinAgSuar>[http://www.catholic-hierarchy.org/bishop/bsuardiv.html "Bishop Vincenzo Agnello Suardi"] ''[[Catholic-Hierarchy.org]]''. David M. Cheney. Retrieved November 24, 2016</ref>
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* [[Vincenzo Agnello Suardi]] (5 Dec 1616 – 13 May 1619 Appointed, Coadjutor [[Bishop of Mantova]])<ref name=HierarchiaIV /><ref name=CathHierVinAgSuar>[http://www.catholic-hierarchy.org/bishop/bsuardiv.html "Bishop Vincenzo Agnello Suardi"] ''[[Catholic-Hierarchy.org]]''. David M. Cheney. Retrieved November 24, 2016.{{self-published source|date=February 2018}}</ref>
 
* [[Ludovico Gonzaga (bishop)]] (12 Aug 1619 – 1632 Died)<ref name=HierarchiaIV />
 
* [[Ludovico Gonzaga (bishop)]] (12 Aug 1619 – 1632 Died)<ref name=HierarchiaIV />
 
* [[Giovanni Francesco Gandolfo]] (10 Jan 1633 – 4 Nov 1638 Died)<ref name=HierarchiaIV />
 
* [[Giovanni Francesco Gandolfo]] (10 Jan 1633 – 4 Nov 1638 Died)<ref name=HierarchiaIV />
* [[Paolo Brizio]], O.F.M. Obs. (15 Dec 1642 – 2 Nov 1665 Died)<ref name=HierarchiaIV />
 
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* [[Paolo Brizio]], O.F.M. Obs. (15 Dec 1642 – 2 Nov 1665 Died)<ref>A native of Bra(da), a town some ten miles west of Alba, Brizio became a friar of the Observant Franciscans. He obtained a doctorate in theology, and served a term as Minister of the Province of Saint Thomas of his Order, and then was Definitor General of his Order. During that term he established a convent of his Order at Braida. He was appointed Bishop of Alba by [[Pope Urban VIII]] on 15 December 1642. He died in December 1665 (according to Gauchat; or in November, according to Cappelletti, p. 170). Della Chiesa, p. 184. Gauchat, p. 75 with note 7.</ref>
 
* [[Cesare Biandrà]] (Biandrati) (5 May 1666 – 26 Aug 1666 Died)<ref name=HierarchiaIV />
 
* [[Cesare Biandrà]] (Biandrati) (5 May 1666 – 26 Aug 1666 Died)<ref name=HierarchiaIV />
 
* [[Vittorio Nicolino della Chiesa]] (16 Mar 1667 – 22 Sep 1691 Died)<ref name=HierarchiaIV />
 
* [[Vittorio Nicolino della Chiesa]] (16 Mar 1667 – 22 Sep 1691 Died)<ref name=HierarchiaIV />

List of school shootings in the United States

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|[[Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting]]: A 19-year-old former student who had been expelled began shooting students and staff members with a semi-automatic rifle at [[Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School]] after pulling a [[fire alarm]]. 17 people were killed, and fourteen others were injured. The suspect, Nikolas Cruz, blended in with the crowd of fleeing students and was arrested in a residential area of neighboring [[Coral Springs, FL|Coral Springs]] after walking away from the school.<ref>{{cite news|title=Florida school shooting suspect hid among students after massacre|url=https://www.cbsnews.com/news/parkland-florida-shooting-nikolas-cruz-continued-coverage-2018-02-15-live-updates/|accessdate=18 February 2018|work=CBS News|agency=CBS/AP|date=15 February 2018}}</ref> He is facing charges of murder and attempted murder.<ref>{{cite news|author1=Audra D.&nbsp;S. Burch|author2=Patricia Mazzei|title=Florida School Shooting: 'No Words' as 17 Die in a Barrage of Bullets|url=https://www.nytimes.com/2018/02/14/us/parkland-school-shooting.html|accessdate=15 February 2018|work=New York Times|date=14 February 2018}}</ref>
 
|[[Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting]]: A 19-year-old former student who had been expelled began shooting students and staff members with a semi-automatic rifle at [[Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School]] after pulling a [[fire alarm]]. 17 people were killed, and fourteen others were injured. The suspect, Nikolas Cruz, blended in with the crowd of fleeing students and was arrested in a residential area of neighboring [[Coral Springs, FL|Coral Springs]] after walking away from the school.<ref>{{cite news|title=Florida school shooting suspect hid among students after massacre|url=https://www.cbsnews.com/news/parkland-florida-shooting-nikolas-cruz-continued-coverage-2018-02-15-live-updates/|accessdate=18 February 2018|work=CBS News|agency=CBS/AP|date=15 February 2018}}</ref> He is facing charges of murder and attempted murder.<ref>{{cite news|author1=Audra D.&nbsp;S. Burch|author2=Patricia Mazzei|title=Florida School Shooting: 'No Words' as 17 Die in a Barrage of Bullets|url=https://www.nytimes.com/2018/02/14/us/parkland-school-shooting.html|accessdate=15 February 2018|work=New York Times|date=14 February 2018}}</ref>
 
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== See also ==
 
== See also ==

United States presidential election in Arizona, 2016

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Talk:Drunk (Jimmy Liggins song)

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Calvin Nash

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Bangladesh Civil Service Administration Academy

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Hinganghat

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==Agriculture Research Centre==
 
==Agriculture Research Centre==
 
Agriculture research station, Kutki is situated in Hinganghat on Pandharakwada road, which is national highway no. 7. The distance of this research station from Hinganghat bus stop is 9&nbsp;km away while from Hinganghat railway station it is 7&nbsp;km. Kutki is the nearby village of this station which is only half km away from this station. While going to Hinganghat from Wardha there is need not to go to Hinganghat to approach this station, but by turning right before of Hinganghat on Pandhrkawada road the station is just 4&nbsp;km away. A Wana river is there 1.5&nbsp;km away from station. By lift irrigation system the water is used for 33.52 Ha area of this station. More irrigation efforts are undergoing. About 19 research trials were conducted in this year Many of it was multivarietal trials while some were inorganic trial. Inorganic trials are conducted from the year 2005-2006. This is the identified station for multivarietal trials. <ref>http://www.pdkv.ac.in/?page_id=4375#sthash.EnCtvLRu.dpuf </ref>
 
Agriculture research station, Kutki is situated in Hinganghat on Pandharakwada road, which is national highway no. 7. The distance of this research station from Hinganghat bus stop is 9&nbsp;km away while from Hinganghat railway station it is 7&nbsp;km. Kutki is the nearby village of this station which is only half km away from this station. While going to Hinganghat from Wardha there is need not to go to Hinganghat to approach this station, but by turning right before of Hinganghat on Pandhrkawada road the station is just 4&nbsp;km away. A Wana river is there 1.5&nbsp;km away from station. By lift irrigation system the water is used for 33.52 Ha area of this station. More irrigation efforts are undergoing. About 19 research trials were conducted in this year Many of it was multivarietal trials while some were inorganic trial. Inorganic trials are conducted from the year 2005-2006. This is the identified station for multivarietal trials. <ref>http://www.pdkv.ac.in/?page_id=4375#sthash.EnCtvLRu.dpuf </ref>
 
==Places to visit==
 
 
[[File:Ram mandir Hinganghat.jpg|thumb|right|Ram Mandir, Hinganghat]]
 
 
The Ram Mandir is another example of good architecture. Every year in dashera, the temple is full of decorations and lighting with "Ravan dahan" celebrations. Ambedakar junior college, one of the premier colleges in wardha district, ranked second according to pupils and divisions a great share in shaping history of town. Another place to visit is AMBEDKAR SQUARE, which is a place for great celebration of 14 April and housed a statue of founder of Indian constitution Dr.B.R.AMBEDAKAR.
 
 
In Hinganghat, Garba is worshipped in Mata Mandir, "a temple of Mata Devi". It is the most important place in [[Navratri]] in Hinganghat and the oldest temple in the city and the landspace was donated by Ganpatro Sadashiv Mawle.
 
   
 
==Notable people==
 
==Notable people==

Human Rights Foundation

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The '''Human Rights Foundation''' ('''HRF''') is a non-profit organization that promotes and protects human rights in the Americas, with a focus on closed societies.<ref name="HRF's Mission">{{cite web|url=http://humanrightsfoundation.org/about/about-hrf/ |title= HRF's Mission |publisher=Human Rights Foundation |accessdate=2013-11-12}}</ref> HRF organizes the [[Oslo Freedom Forum]]. The Human Rights Foundation was founded in 2005 by [[Thor Halvorssen Mendoza]], a Venezuelan film producer and human rights advocate. The foundation's head office is in [[New York City]]. The current chairman is Russian former chess grandmaster [[Garry Kasparov]].<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.themaven.net/humanrightsfoundation/team/board-of-directors-and-international-council-NZbvb0pnfkGTXF-gxkkD8Q|title=Board of Directors and International Council|work=Human Rights Foundation|accessdate=February 10, 2018}}</ref>
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The '''Human Rights Foundation''' ('''HRF''') is a non-profit organization that promotes and protects human rights globally, with a focus on closed societies.<ref name="HRF's Mission">{{cite web|url=http://humanrightsfoundation.org/about/about-hrf/ |title= HRF's Mission |publisher=Human Rights Foundation |accessdate=2013-11-12}}</ref> HRF organizes the [[Oslo Freedom Forum]]. The Human Rights Foundation was founded in 2005 by [[Thor Halvorssen Mendoza]], a Venezuelan film producer and human rights advocate. The foundation's head office is in [[New York City]]. The current chairman is Russian former chess grandmaster [[Garry Kasparov]].<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.themaven.net/humanrightsfoundation/team/board-of-directors-and-international-council-NZbvb0pnfkGTXF-gxkkD8Q|title=Board of Directors and International Council|work=Human Rights Foundation|accessdate=February 10, 2018}}</ref>
   
 
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HRF publishes all the names of its donors, except those that request not to be published because they fear retaliation or are concerned about being approached for donations or about their associates disagreeing with HRF.
 
HRF publishes all the names of its donors, except those that request not to be published because they fear retaliation or are concerned about being approached for donations or about their associates disagreeing with HRF.
   
According to financial disclosures on its website, HRF donors include DNC Treasurer [[Andrew Tobias]], actor [[Kelsey Grammer]], human rights campaigner [[Bill Browder]], actress [[Anne Archer]], [[Harvard]] Professor [[Steven Pinker]], Blockhain founder [[Brock Pierce]], actor [[Gary Sinise]], Craigslist founder [[Craig Newmark]], right-wing technology investor [[Peter Thiel]], and fashion designer [[Zang Toi]]. HRF has also received funds from numerous foundations including the [[Arcus Foundation]], the Greater New Orleans Foundation, the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation, the Community Foundation of Wyoming, the [[Combined Federal Campaign]], the Sarah Scaife Foundation, the Foundation for Democracy in Russia, the [[John Templeton Foundation]], the Roger Firestone Foundation, and the Vanguard Charitable Endowment. HRF is also supported by the Brin Wojcicki Foundation, which was created by [[Google]] co-founder Sergey Brin and biotechnology analyst Anne Wojcicki.<ref>{{cite web| last =Di Mento| first =Maria| title =No. 9: Sergey Brin and Anne Wojcicki| work =Chronicle of Philanthropy | date =Feb 9, 2014| url =https://philanthropy.com/article/No-9-Sergey-BrinAnne/153721}}</ref>
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According to financial disclosures on its website, HRF donors include DNC Treasurer [[Andrew Tobias]], actor [[Kelsey Grammer]], human rights campaigner [[Bill Browder]], actress [[Anne Archer]], [[Harvard]] Professor [[Steven Pinker]], Blockhain founder [[Brock Pierce]], actor [[Gary Sinise]], Craigslist founder [[Craig Newmark]], technology investor [[Peter Thiel]], and fashion designer [[Zang Toi]]. HRF has also received funds from numerous foundations including the [[Arcus Foundation]], the Greater New Orleans Foundation, the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation, the Community Foundation of Wyoming, the [[Combined Federal Campaign]], the Sarah Scaife Foundation, the Foundation for Democracy in Russia, the [[John Templeton Foundation]], the Roger Firestone Foundation, and the Vanguard Charitable Endowment. HRF is also supported by the Brin Wojcicki Foundation, which was created by [[Google]] co-founder Sergey Brin and biotechnology analyst Anne Wojcicki.<ref>{{cite web| last =Di Mento| first =Maria| title =No. 9: Sergey Brin and Anne Wojcicki| work =Chronicle of Philanthropy | date =Feb 9, 2014| url =https://philanthropy.com/article/No-9-Sergey-BrinAnne/153721}}</ref>
   
 
In 2014, HRF received a grant from the John Templeton Foundation for $1,000,000 toward a program called "Speaking Freely," a comparative legal research project of the HRF-Center for Law and Democracy that seeks to better inform decision makers around the world and the global public about the value of a high free speech standard.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.templeton.org/what-we-fund/grants/speaking-freely-defending-and-promoting-an-american-standard-for-freedom-of-spee | title=Speaking Freely: Defending and Promoting an American Standard for Freedom of Speech Globally | work=John Templetone Foundation | accessdate=May 26, 2015}}</ref>
 
In 2014, HRF received a grant from the John Templeton Foundation for $1,000,000 toward a program called "Speaking Freely," a comparative legal research project of the HRF-Center for Law and Democracy that seeks to better inform decision makers around the world and the global public about the value of a high free speech standard.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.templeton.org/what-we-fund/grants/speaking-freely-defending-and-promoting-an-american-standard-for-freedom-of-spee | title=Speaking Freely: Defending and Promoting an American Standard for Freedom of Speech Globally | work=John Templetone Foundation | accessdate=May 26, 2015}}</ref>

Head On (1998 film)

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'''''Head On''''' is a 1998 [[Australia]]n drama [[film]] directed by [[Ana Kokkinos]]. Based on the novel ''[[Loaded (novel)|Loaded]]'' written by [[Christos Tsiolkas]], it stars [[Alex Dimitriades]] as a young, repressed [[gay]] man of [[Greeks|Greek]] descent living in inner city [[Melbourne]]. The film gained notoriety upon its release for its sexual explicitness, including a graphic [[masturbation]] scene performed by Dimitriades and numerous sex scenes. The film received mixed reviews from critics, with positive reviewers praising its stark realism, the lead performance by Dimitriades and the uncompromising subject matter.<ref>{{cite web|title=Head On - Rotten Tomatoes|work=[[Rotten Tomatoes]]|url=http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/head_on/|accessdate=18 June 2014}}</ref>
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'''''Head On''''' is a 1998 [[Australia]]n drama [[film]] directed by [[Ana Kokkinos]]. Based on the novel ''[[Loaded (novel)|Loaded]]'' written by [[Christos Tsiolkas]], it stars [[Alex Dimitriades]] as a young, repressed [[gay]] man of [[Greeks|Greek]] descent living in inner city [[Melbourne]]. The film gained notoriety upon its release for its sexual explicitness, including a graphic [[masturbation]] scene performed by Dimitriades and numerous sex scenes. The film received mixed-to-positive reviews from critics, with positive reviewers praising its stark realism, the lead performance by Dimitriades and the uncompromising subject matter.<ref>{{cite web|title=Head On - Rotten Tomatoes|work=[[Rotten Tomatoes]]|url=http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/head_on/|accessdate=18 June 2014}}</ref>
   
 
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''Head On'' received mixed to positive reviews, earning a 63% approval rating on [[Rotten Tomatoes]] and a 6.4 rating on [[IMDb]].
   
 
===Awards and nominations===
 
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2018 Winter Olympics closing ceremony flag bearers

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Tutorial

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In British [[academia|academic]] [[parlance]], a tutorial is a small class of one, or only a few [[student]]s, in which the [[tutor]], a [[lecturer]], or other academic staff member, gives individual attention to the students.<ref>{{cite web|title=Definition of 'tutorial'|url=https://www.collinsdictionary.com/us/dictionary/english/tutorial|website=Collins English Dictionary|accessdate=12 July 2017}}</ref>
 
In British [[academia|academic]] [[parlance]], a tutorial is a small class of one, or only a few [[student]]s, in which the [[tutor]], a [[lecturer]], or other academic staff member, gives individual attention to the students.<ref>{{cite web|title=Definition of 'tutorial'|url=https://www.collinsdictionary.com/us/dictionary/english/tutorial|website=Collins English Dictionary|accessdate=12 July 2017}}</ref>
   
The [[tutorial system]] at [[University of Oxford|Oxford]] and [[University of Cambridge|Cambridge]] is fundamental to methods of teaching at those universities, but it is by no means particular to them; [[Heythrop College]] ([[University of London]]), for instance, also offers a tutorial system with one-on-one teaching. It is rare for newer universities in the UK to have the resources to offer individual tuition <!-- Did the author intend to use the word "tuition," or based on the context, should it rather read, "tutoring?" ~~~~Mark Halsey -->; a class of six to eight (or even more) students is a far more common tutorial size. However, at [[New College of the Humanities]], established in 2011, one to one tutorials are integral to its teaching method. At Cambridge, a tutorial is known as a '''supervision'''.
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The [[tutorial system]] at [[University of Oxford|Oxford]] and [[University of Cambridge|Cambridge]] is fundamental to methods of teaching at those universities, but it is by no dcmeans particular to them; [[Heythrop College]] ([[University of London]]), for instance, also offers a tutorial system with one-on-one teaching. It is rare for newer universities in the UK to have the resources to offer individual tuition <!-- Did the author intend to use the word "tuition," or based on the context, should it rather read, "tutoring?" ~~~~Mark Halsey -->; a class of six to eight (or even more) students is a far more common tutorial size. However, at [[New College of the Humanities]], established in 2011, one to one tutorials are integral to its teaching method. At Cambridge, a tutorial is known as a '''supervision'''.
   
 
In [[Tertiary education in Australia|Australian]], [[Education in New Zealand|New Zealand]], and [[Education in South Africa|South African]] universities, a tutorial (colloquially called a '''tute''' or '''tut''') is a class of 10–30 students. Such tutorials are very similar to the Canadian system, although, tutorials are usually led by [[Honours degree|honours]] or [[postgraduate]] students, known as 'tutors'.
 
In [[Tertiary education in Australia|Australian]], [[Education in New Zealand|New Zealand]], and [[Education in South Africa|South African]] universities, a tutorial (colloquially called a '''tute''' or '''tut''') is a class of 10–30 students. Such tutorials are very similar to the Canadian system, although, tutorials are usually led by [[Honours degree|honours]] or [[postgraduate]] students, known as 'tutors'.

Wikipedia:Administrator intervention against vandalism

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::: And now this user {{User|Eman.Sw}} which has been dormat for a few years comes back to life and makes the same promotional edits. [[User:HickoryOughtShirt?4|HickoryOughtShirt?4]] ([[User talk:HickoryOughtShirt?4|talk]]) 07:51, 25 February 2018 (UTC)
 
::: And now this user {{User|Eman.Sw}} which has been dormat for a few years comes back to life and makes the same promotional edits. [[User:HickoryOughtShirt?4|HickoryOughtShirt?4]] ([[User talk:HickoryOughtShirt?4|talk]]) 07:51, 25 February 2018 (UTC)
 
* {{Vandal|McFallen1}} This user was automatically reported by Huggle due to reverted vandalism after four warnings, please verify their contributions carefully, it may be a false positive [[User:Serols|Serols]] ([[User talk:Serols|talk]]) 07:52, 25 February 2018 (UTC)
 
* {{Vandal|McFallen1}} This user was automatically reported by Huggle due to reverted vandalism after four warnings, please verify their contributions carefully, it may be a false positive [[User:Serols|Serols]] ([[User talk:Serols|talk]]) 07:52, 25 February 2018 (UTC)
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*{{IPvandal|185.44.76.121}} &ndash; On [[Human Rights Foundation]]: vandalism after final warning. Ipsock of blocked user [[User:Human Rights Foundation]] who shows up periodically to vandalise the page. ''[[User:Bonadea|bonadea]]'' <small>[[Special:Contributions/Bonadea|contributions]] [[User talk:Bonadea|talk]]</small> 08:17, 25 February 2018 (UTC)

Miss Vincent

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'''''Miss Vincent''''' is an English [[punk rock]] band formed in [[Southampton]], [[Hampshire]] in 2012<ref name="Guilfest">{{cite web|url=http://www.guilfest.co.uk/2014/bands/miss-vincent.php|title=Miss Vincent - GuilFest 2014|website=www.guilfest.co.uk|accessdate=18 January 2018}}</ref> by Alex Marshall on lead vocals and bass, Lawrie Pattison on lead guitar and Jack Donnelly on drums. However, the band recruited bassist Owain Mainwaring in 2013, leading to Marshall moving to rhythm guitar duties.<ref name="rock-regeneration.co.uk">{{cite web|url=http://www.rock-regeneration.co.uk/wordpress/2017/03/news-miss-vincent-announce-new-ep-somewhere-else/|title=Rock Regeneration - News: Miss Vincent Announce New EP Somewhere Else|website=www.rock-regeneration.co.uk|accessdate=18 January 2018}}</ref> In October 2017, Donnelly announced his departure from the group
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'''''Miss Vincent''''' is an English [[punk rock]] band formed in [[Southampton]], [[Hampshire]] in 2012<ref name="Guilfest">{{cite web|url=http://www.guilfest.co.uk/2014/bands/miss-vincent.php|title=Miss Vincent - GuilFest 2014|website=www.guilfest.co.uk|accessdate=18 January 2018}}</ref> by Alex Marshall on lead vocals and bass, Lawrie Pattison on lead guitar and Jack Donnelly on drums. However, the band recruited bassist Owain Mainwaring in 2013, leading to Marshall moving to rhythm guitar duties.<ref name="rock-regeneration.co.uk">{{cite web|url=http://www.rock-regeneration.co.uk/wordpress/2017/03/news-miss-vincent-announce-new-ep-somewhere-else/|title=Rock Regeneration - News: Miss Vincent Announce New EP Somewhere Else|website=www.rock-regeneration.co.uk|accessdate=18 January 2018}}</ref> In October 2017, Donnelly announced his departure from the group and was replaced in December by new drummer Nate Davenport.<ref>https://www.facebook.com/missvincentband/posts/1725156407549109</ref> The band are currently signed to Uncle M Records,<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.kerrang.com/the-news/stream-the-new-miss-vincent-ep-somewhere-else/|title=Stream The New Miss Vincent EP, Somewhere Else — Kerrang!|website=Kerrang!|accessdate=18 January 2018}}</ref> previously having been signed to Engineer Records.<ref>http://www.punkanormalactivity.com/2015/05/11/miss-vincent-release-new-ep-reasons-not-to-sleep/</ref>
<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.facebook.com/missvincentband/posts/1587783737953044|title=Miss Vincent|website=www.facebook.com|accessdate=18 January 2018}}</ref> and was replaced in December by new drummer Nate Davenport.<ref>https://www.facebook.com/missvincentband/posts/1725156407549109</ref> The band are currently signed to Uncle M Records,<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.kerrang.com/the-news/stream-the-new-miss-vincent-ep-somewhere-else/|title=Stream The New Miss Vincent EP, Somewhere Else — Kerrang!|website=Kerrang!|accessdate=18 January 2018}}</ref> previously having been signed to Engineer Records.<ref>http://www.punkanormalactivity.com/2015/05/11/miss-vincent-release-new-ep-reasons-not-to-sleep/</ref>
 
   
 
==Musical style and influence==
 
==Musical style and influence==

Pavel Datsyuk

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===International===
 
===International===
 
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*World Championship Gold Medal&nbsp;— [[2012 IIHF World Championship|2012]]
 
*World Championship Gold Medal&nbsp;— [[2012 IIHF World Championship|2012]]

Pythagorean theorem

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where cosh is the [[hyperbolic function|hyperbolic cosine]]. This formula is a special form of the [[hyperbolic law of cosines]] that applies to all hyperbolic triangles:<ref name=Gilman>
 
where cosh is the [[hyperbolic function|hyperbolic cosine]]. This formula is a special form of the [[hyperbolic law of cosines]] that applies to all hyperbolic triangles:<ref name=Gilman>
   
{{cite book |title=Two-generator discrete subgroups of PSL(2,R) |author=Jane Gilman |url=https://books.google.com/?id=YRFz9Zj_vAAC&pg=PA74 |chapter=Hyperbolic triangles |isbn=0-8218-0361-1 |year=1995 |publisher=American Mathematical Society Bookstore}}
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{{cite book |title=Two-generator discrete subgroups of PSL(2,R) |author=Jane Gilman|authorlink=Jane Piore Gilman |url=https://books.google.com/?id=YRFz9Zj_vAAC&pg=PA74 |chapter=Hyperbolic triangles |isbn=0-8218-0361-1 |year=1995 |publisher=American Mathematical Society Bookstore}}
   
 
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Waldenbuch

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Districts

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===Districts===
 
===Districts===
Waldenbuch consists of the districts Sonnenhang, Kalkofen, Weilerberg, Glashütte, Stadtkern ("Städtle"), Liebenau and Hasenhof.
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Waldenbuch consists of the following districts Sonnenhang, Kalkofen, Weilerberg, Glashütte, Stadtkern ("Städtle"), Liebenau and Hasenhof.
   
 
==History==
 
==History==

Drunk (Jimmy Liggins song)

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Hate Story 4

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Soundtrack

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| lyrics1 = [[Manoj Muntashir]]
 
| lyrics1 = [[Manoj Muntashir]]
 
| music1 = [[Tanishk Bagchi]]
 
| music1 = [[Tanishk Bagchi]]
| extra1 = [[Neha Kakkar]], [[Himesh Reshammiya]]
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| extra1 = [[Neha Kakkar]] & [[Himesh Reshammiya]]
 
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| title2 = Boond Boond

Bourne Park House

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History

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Lady Aucher built and maintained the house during the minority of her only son, Sir Hewitt Aucher, Bt, passing it over to him in 1708. He left it to his elder sister, from whom it passed by marriage to the Beckingham family. After spending the night in nearby Canterbury, [[Leopold Mozart]], his wife [[Anna Maria Mozart|Anna Maria]], and their children [[Maria Anna Mozart|Maria Anna]] and [[Wolfgang Amadeus]], spent the last week of July 1765 at the house as part of the [[Mozart family grand tour#London (April 1764–July 1765)|English leg of their European grand tour]] before their departure for the Hague.<ref name="Abert2007">{{cite book|author=Hermann Abert|title=W. A. Mozart|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=l6I6BwTMJ3sC|year=2007|publisher=Yale University Press|isbn=0-300-07223-6|page=47}}</ref> The Mozarts were visiting [[Sir Horatio Mann, 2nd Baronet|Sir Horatio Mann, Bt.]] who had leased the house. Mann was an avid cricketer and a number of top-class cricket matches were held between 1766 and 1790 at the [[Bishopsbourne Paddock]] ground which he built in the park. In 1844 it was sold to Matthew Bell (1817-1903), in 1927 to Major Sir John Prestige. The poet and architectural critic [[John Betjeman]] listed Bourne Park as one of the "casualty list of attractive English buildings to be destroyed" in his 'City and Suburban' column in ''[[The Spectator]]'' in February 1956.<ref name=Spec56>{{cite news|url=http://archive.spectator.co.uk/article/24th-february-1956/12/city-and-suburban|title=Town and Country|date=24 February 1956|work=[[The Spectator]]|accessdate=24 February 2018}}</ref> A 1965 article in ''Country Life'' described the estate as possessing 57 acres, and noted Prestige's extensive renovations, but said that the house had been "unoccupied in recent years and now needs to be restored and modernised".<ref>{{cite book|title=Country Life|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=3gAQAQAAMAAJ|year=1965|page=29}}</ref> It was sold in the 1960s to Richard Neame who sold the house to a monastic community in 1976. It was subsequently sold c.1982 to [[Lady Juliet Tadgell|Lady Juliet Wentworth-Fitzwilliam]], then wife of [[Somerset de Chair]], MP and now of Christopher Tadgell.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://landedfamilies.blogspot.co.uk/2017/02/250-aucher-of-otterden-place-and-bourne.html|title=Aucher of Otterden Place and Bourne Park, baronets|accessdate=21 February 2018}} </ref>
 
Lady Aucher built and maintained the house during the minority of her only son, Sir Hewitt Aucher, Bt, passing it over to him in 1708. He left it to his elder sister, from whom it passed by marriage to the Beckingham family. After spending the night in nearby Canterbury, [[Leopold Mozart]], his wife [[Anna Maria Mozart|Anna Maria]], and their children [[Maria Anna Mozart|Maria Anna]] and [[Wolfgang Amadeus]], spent the last week of July 1765 at the house as part of the [[Mozart family grand tour#London (April 1764–July 1765)|English leg of their European grand tour]] before their departure for the Hague.<ref name="Abert2007">{{cite book|author=Hermann Abert|title=W. A. Mozart|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=l6I6BwTMJ3sC|year=2007|publisher=Yale University Press|isbn=0-300-07223-6|page=47}}</ref> The Mozarts were visiting [[Sir Horatio Mann, 2nd Baronet|Sir Horatio Mann, Bt.]] who had leased the house. Mann was an avid cricketer and a number of top-class cricket matches were held between 1766 and 1790 at the [[Bishopsbourne Paddock]] ground which he built in the park. In 1844 it was sold to Matthew Bell (1817-1903), in 1927 to Major Sir John Prestige. The poet and architectural critic [[John Betjeman]] listed Bourne Park as one of the "casualty list of attractive English buildings to be destroyed" in his 'City and Suburban' column in ''[[The Spectator]]'' in February 1956.<ref name=Spec56>{{cite news|url=http://archive.spectator.co.uk/article/24th-february-1956/12/city-and-suburban|title=Town and Country|date=24 February 1956|work=[[The Spectator]]|accessdate=24 February 2018}}</ref> A 1965 article in ''Country Life'' described the estate as possessing 57 acres, and noted Prestige's extensive renovations, but said that the house had been "unoccupied in recent years and now needs to be restored and modernised".<ref>{{cite book|title=Country Life|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=3gAQAQAAMAAJ|year=1965|page=29}}</ref> It was sold in the 1960s to Richard Neame who sold the house to a monastic community in 1976. It was subsequently sold c.1982 to [[Lady Juliet Tadgell|Lady Juliet Wentworth-Fitzwilliam]], then wife of [[Somerset de Chair]], MP and now of Christopher Tadgell.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://landedfamilies.blogspot.co.uk/2017/02/250-aucher-of-otterden-place-and-bourne.html|title=Aucher of Otterden Place and Bourne Park, baronets|accessdate=21 February 2018}} </ref>
   
The house is home to the Fitzwilliam Collection, a notable private art collection that Lady Tadgell has inherited as a descendant of the Earls Fitzwilliam. The collection was formally housed at [[Wentworth Woodhouse]], the Fitzwilliam's traditional country seat in South Yorkshire.<ref name=Teleg98>{{cite news|url=http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/4716429/Englands-great-forgotten-palace.html|title=England's great forgotten palace||author=[[Giles Worsley]]|date=9 December 1998|work=[[The Daily Telegraph]]|accessdate=24 February 2018}}</ref> The collection is not on public display and pieces are rarely loaned to public collections. Among the collection are portraits by [[Anthony Van Dyck]] and [[Joshua Reynolds]] and works by the equine artist [[George Stubbs]]. The collection also includes a copy of [[John James Audubon]]'s monograph ''[[Birds of America (book)|Birds of America]]''.<ref name=NS07>{{cite news|url=https://www.newstatesman.com/art/2007/02/public-private-british-works|title=Britain's Hidden Art||author=Rob Sharp|date=19 February 2007|work=[[The New Statesman]]|accessdate=24 February 2018}}</ref> Lady Tadgell's daughter, Helena ([[Maiden name|neè]] de Chair) is married to the Conservative politician [[Jacob Rees-Mogg]]. He proposed to her in front of one of the six Van Dyck paintings at the house.<ref name=Spec16>{{cite news|url=https://www.newstatesman.com/art/2007/02/public-private-british-works|title=The many, many millions of Mogg||author=David Oldroyd-Bolt|date=3 November 2016|work=The Spectator|accessdate=24 February 2018}}</ref>
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The house is home to the Fitzwilliam Collection, a notable private art collection that Lady Tadgell has inherited as a descendant of the Earls Fitzwilliam. The collection was formally housed at [[Wentworth Woodhouse]], the Fitzwilliam's traditional country seat in South Yorkshire.<ref name=Teleg98>{{cite news|url=http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/4716429/Englands-great-forgotten-palace.html|title=England's great forgotten palace||author=[[Giles Worsley]]|date=9 December 1998|work=[[The Daily Telegraph]]|accessdate=24 February 2018}}</ref> The collection is not on public display and pieces are rarely loaned to public collections. Among the collection are portraits by [[Anthony Van Dyck]] and [[Joshua Reynolds]] and works by the equine artist [[George Stubbs]]. The collection also includes a copy of [[John James Audubon]]'s monograph ''[[The Birds of America]]''.<ref name=NS07>{{cite news|url=https://www.newstatesman.com/art/2007/02/public-private-british-works|title=Britain's Hidden Art||author=Rob Sharp|date=19 February 2007|work=[[The New Statesman]]|accessdate=24 February 2018}}</ref> Lady Tadgell's daughter, Helena ([[Maiden name|neè]] de Chair) is married to the Conservative politician [[Jacob Rees-Mogg]]. He proposed to her in front of one of the six Van Dyck paintings at the house.<ref name=Spec16>{{cite news|url=https://www.newstatesman.com/art/2007/02/public-private-british-works|title=The many, many millions of Mogg||author=David Oldroyd-Bolt|date=3 November 2016|work=The Spectator|accessdate=24 February 2018}}</ref>
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Andrei Zubarev

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Career statistics

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{{MedalSilver |[[2007 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships|2007 Mora]] |}}
 
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{{MedalSilver |[[2006 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships|2006 Vancouver]] |}}
 
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New York Times Co. v. United States

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Vinda Karandikar Jeevan Gaurav Puraskar

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==Description==
 
==Description==
The awards now consists of a citation, memeto and a cash award of Five Lakh (₹ 5,00,000)<ref>https://web.archive.org/web/20180225074200/http://marathibhasha.maharashtra.gov.in/Site/FORM/Purskar.aspx</ref> in [[Indian rupee|Rupees]] <ref>https://web.archive.org/web/20180224155003oe_/http://www.dnaindia.com/mumbai/report-lifetime-achievement-award-named-after-late-vinda-karandikar-1364192</ref>
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The awards now consists of a citation, memeto and a cash award of [[Indian rupee|Rupees]] Five Lakh (₹ 5,00,000).<ref>https://web.archive.org/web/20180225074200/http://marathibhasha.maharashtra.gov.in/Site/FORM/Purskar.aspx</ref> <ref>https://web.archive.org/web/20180224155003oe_/http://www.dnaindia.com/mumbai/report-lifetime-achievement-award-named-after-late-vinda-karandikar-1364192</ref>
   
 
==List of Awardees==
 
==List of Awardees==

Po-Shen Loh

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|name=Po-Shen Loh
 
|name=Po-Shen Loh
 
|native_name=罗博深
 
|native_name=罗博深
|alma_mater=[[California Institute of Technology]] <small>([[Bachelor of Science|Bachelor of Science with Honor 2004]])</small><br />[[Cambridge University]] <small>([[Part III of the Mathematical Tripos|Certificate of Advanced Study 2005]])</small>[[Princeton University]] <small>([[Doctor of Philosophy|Ph.D.2010]])</small>
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|alma_mater=[[California Institute of Technology]] <small>([[Bachelor of Science|Bachelor of Science with Honor 2004]])</small><br/>[[Cambridge University]] <small>([[Part III of the Mathematical Tripos|Certificate of Advanced Study 2005]])</small><br/>
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|work_institutions=[[Carnegie Mellon University]]}}