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Holby City (series 20)

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*[[Bob Barrett (actor)|Bob Barrett]] as [[Sacha Levy]]
 
*[[Bob Barrett (actor)|Bob Barrett]] as [[Sacha Levy]]
 
*[[Olga Fedori]] as [[Frieda Petrenko]]
 
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*Marcus Griffiths as Xavier 'Zav' Duval (from episode 8)
 
*[[Hermione Gulliford]] as [[Roxanna MacMillan]]
 
*[[Hermione Gulliford]] as [[Roxanna MacMillan]]
 
*[[Guy Henry (actor)|Guy Henry]] as [[Henrik Hanssen]]
 
*[[Guy Henry (actor)|Guy Henry]] as [[Henrik Hanssen]]

Blanche Georgiana Vulliamy

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Vulliamy went on to work for several [[art pottery]] factories and was especially fond of portraying bats, goblins, and other reclusive and grotesque creatures, in a wide variety of materials, making wax and clay models to develop her pottery designs.<ref>Patrick Beasley, "Blanche Georgiana Vulliamy, 1869–1923, goblin maker extraordinary" in ''Antique collecting'', May 1994 (Antique Collectors' Club, Woodbridge, Suffolk, ISSN 0003-584X)</ref><ref>[http://www.speleobooks.com/art/A08/09.html Unusual Pitcher. Marked "B.G. Vulliamy, RD No. 32_748"] at speleobooks.com, accessed 28 January 2018</ref> Her goblins were usually shown laughing or grinning.<ref name=star/>
 
Vulliamy went on to work for several [[art pottery]] factories and was especially fond of portraying bats, goblins, and other reclusive and grotesque creatures, in a wide variety of materials, making wax and clay models to develop her pottery designs.<ref>Patrick Beasley, "Blanche Georgiana Vulliamy, 1869–1923, goblin maker extraordinary" in ''Antique collecting'', May 1994 (Antique Collectors' Club, Woodbridge, Suffolk, ISSN 0003-584X)</ref><ref>[http://www.speleobooks.com/art/A08/09.html Unusual Pitcher. Marked "B.G. Vulliamy, RD No. 32_748"] at speleobooks.com, accessed 28 January 2018</ref> Her goblins were usually shown laughing or grinning.<ref name=star/>
   
She was also an occasional author, and in 1909 her ''Give Heed'', a modern [[morality play]], was performed at the [[Royal Court Theatre|Court Theatre]] by students of the [[Guildhall School of Music and Drama|Guildhall School of Music]], the characters in it being Satan, Conscience, Youth (played by [[Daisy Burrell]]), Thoughtless Soul, Fashion, Modern Rush, Frivolity, Poverty, Sickness, Sorrow ([[Evelyn Roberts]]), Loneliness, Middle-Age, Dame Nature, and Kennel Maid. <ref>''The Era Almanack'' (1910), p. 163</ref><ref>''The Playgoer and Society illustrated'' (1909)</ref> During the play, a [[Model T Ford]] appeared on stage, picked up Modern Rush and Excitement, and drove away up some steps. The Model T was chosen because of its hill climbing ability.<ref>''Ford Times'' Volume 5 (1911), p. 116</ref>
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She was also an occasional author, and in 1909 her ''Give Heed'', a modern [[morality play]], was performed at the [[Royal Court Theatre|Court Theatre]] by students of the [[Guildhall School of Music and Drama|Guildhall School of Music]], the characters in it being Satan, Conscience, Youth (played by [[Daisy Burrell]]), Thoughtless Soul, Fashion, Modern Rush, Frivolity, Poverty, Sickness, Sorrow ([[Evelyn Roberts]]), Loneliness, Middle-Age, Dame Nature, and Kennel Maid.<ref>''The Era Almanack'' (1910), p. 163</ref><ref>''The Playgoer and Society illustrated'' (1909)</ref> During the play, a [[Model T Ford]] appeared on stage, picked up Modern Rush and Excitement, and drove away up some steps. The Model T was chosen because of its hill climbing ability.<ref>''Ford Times'' Volume 5 (1911), p. 116</ref>
   
 
Vulliamy remained unmarried and died at [[Amersham]] on 4 August 1923, aged 54.<ref name=suffolk/>
 
Vulliamy remained unmarried and died at [[Amersham]] on 4 August 1923, aged 54.<ref name=suffolk/>

Sauro Berti

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Berti is a ''Rico'' Artist and performs on [[Buffet]] Crampon instruments.
 
Berti is a ''Rico'' Artist and performs on [[Buffet]] Crampon instruments.
   
In 2017 Australian composer [[Philip Czaplowski]] created a revised version of Totenlied for solo clarinet for Berti, who gave the premiere at the 7th European Clarinet Festival in Porto, Portugal. In February 2018 Berti performed an all Gottschalk program at the Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall, New York, along with saxophonist Mario Ciaccio, pianist Naomi Fujiya, and the Eccher School of Music Vocal Ensemble<ref>https://www.carnegiehall.org/calendar/2018/02/09/mario-ciaccio-sauro-berti-0800pm</ref>.
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In 2017 Australian composer [[Philip Czaplowski]] created a revised version of Totenlied for solo clarinet for Berti, who gave the premiere at the 7th European Clarinet Festival in Porto, Portugal<ref>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cau982GXVsc&feature=youtu.be</ref>. In February 2018 Berti performed an all Gottschalk program at the Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall, New York, along with saxophonist Mario Ciaccio, pianist Naomi Fujiya, and the Eccher School of Music Vocal Ensemble<ref>https://www.carnegiehall.org/calendar/2018/02/09/mario-ciaccio-sauro-berti-0800pm</ref>.

Shaminder

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==Early life and education==
 
==Early life and education==
   
Full name is Shaminder Singh. Born in a village in East Punjab, Shaminder hails from a well-to-do family which was prejudiced against his joining films. But, since childhood, he had an urge to sing and after successfully crooning for H.M.V and the Delhi and the Jullunder stations of A.I.R. he landed in Bombay in search of a 'break' for his talents.
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Full name is Shaminder Singh. Born in a village in East Punjab, Shaminder hails from a well-to-do family which was prejudiced against his joining films. But, since childhood, he had an urge to sing and after successfully crooning for H.M.V and the Delhi and the Jullunder stations of A.I.R. he landed in Bombay in search of a 'break' for his talents.
   
 
Shaminder has had the privilege to work with some of our well-known music directors including Roshan, Sardul Kwatra and Shankar Jaikishan.
 
Shaminder has had the privilege to work with some of our well-known music directors including Roshan, Sardul Kwatra and Shankar Jaikishan.

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User:VictoriaThoo

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User account VictoriaThoo was created

Odakyu 70000 series GSE

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User:Patryk777pt/sandbox

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Coaches

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| style="background:#ff9999;" colspan="1" |Miley Cyrus
 
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| style="background:#87ceeb;" colspan="1" |Kelly Clarkson
 
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| style="background:tan;" colspan="1" |Gavin Creel
 
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| style="background:#ff9999;" colspan="1" |Miley Cyrus
 
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List of Recorded Texas Historic Landmarks (Eastland-Gray)

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History of India

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{{HistoryOfSouthAsia}}
 
{{HistoryOfSouthAsia}}
   
The '''history of India''' includes the prehistoric settlements and societies in the [[Indian subcontinent]]; the advancement of civilisation from the [[Indus Valley Civilization|Indus Valley Civilisation]] to the eventual blending of the [[Indo-Aryan peoples|Indo-Aryan]] culture to form the [[Vedic Civilization|Vedic Civilisation]];<ref name="White 2003 28">{{cite book|last=White|first=David Gordon|title=Kiss of the Yogini|year=2003|publisher=University of Chicago Press|location=Chicago|isbn=0-226-89483-5|page=28}}</ref> the rise of [[History of Hinduism|Hinduism]], [[History of Jainism|Jainism]] and [[History of Buddhism|Buddhism]];<ref>AL Basham (1951), History and Doctrines of the Ajivikas – a Vanished Indian Religion, Motilal Banarsidass, {{ISBN|978-81-208-1204-8}}, pages 94–103</ref><ref name="Sanderson, Alexis 2009 pages 41-43">Sanderson, Alexis (2009), "The Śaiva Age: The Rise and Dominance of Śaivism during the Early Medieval Period." In: Genesis and Development of Tantrism, edited by Shingo Einoo, Tokyo: Institute of Oriental Culture, University of Tokyo, 2009. Institute of Oriental Culture Special Series, 23, pages 41–43.</ref> the onset of a succession of [[List of Indian monarchs|powerful dynasties and empires]] for more than three millennia throughout various geographic areas of the subcontinent, including the growth of [[Muslim conquests on the Indian subcontinent|Muslim dominions]] during the [[Medieval India|Medieval period]] intertwined with Hindu powers;{{sfn|Asher|Talbot|2008|p = [https://books.google.com/books?id=ZvaGuaJIJgoC&pg=PA47 47]}}{{sfn|Metcalf|Metcalf|2006|p = [https://books.google.com/books?id=iuESgYNYPl0C&pg=PA6 6]}} the advent of [[Colonial India|European traders and privateers]], resulting in the establishment of [[Presidencies and provinces of British India|British India]]; and the subsequent [[Indian independence movement|independence movement]] that led to the [[Partition of India]] and the creation of the [[History of the Republic of India|Republic of India]].<ref>The Great Partition: The Making of India and Pakistan
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The '''history of India''' includes the prehistoric settlements and societies in the [[Indian subcontinent]]; the advancement of civilization from the [[Indus Valley Civilization|Indus Valley Civilization]] to the eventual blending of the [[Indo-Aryan peoples|Indo-Aryan]] culture to form the [[Vedic Civilization|Vedic Civilization]];<ref name="White 2003 28">{{cite book|last=White|first=David Gordon|title=Kiss of the Yogini|year=2003|publisher=University of Chicago Press|location=Chicago|isbn=0-226-89483-5|page=28}}</ref> the rise of [[History of Hinduism|Hinduism]], [[History of Jainism|Jainism]] and [[History of Buddhism|Buddhism]];<ref>AL Basham (1951), History and Doctrines of the Ajivikas – a Vanished Indian Religion, Motilal Banarsidass, {{ISBN|978-81-208-1204-8}}, pages 94–103</ref><ref name="Sanderson, Alexis 2009 pages 41-43">Sanderson, Alexis (2009), "The Śaiva Age: The Rise and Dominance of Śaivism during the Early Medieval Period." In: Genesis and Development of Tantrism, edited by Shingo Einoo, Tokyo: Institute of Oriental Culture, University of Tokyo, 2009. Institute of Oriental Culture Special Series, 23, pages 41–43.</ref> the onset of a succession of [[List of Indian monarchs|powerful dynasties and empires]] for more than three millennia throughout various geographic areas of the subcontinent, including the growth of [[Muslim conquests on the Indian subcontinent|Muslim dominions]] during the [[Medieval India|Medieval period]] intertwined with Hindu powers;{{sfn|Asher|Talbot|2008|p = [https://books.google.com/books?id=ZvaGuaJIJgoC&pg=PA47 47]}}{{sfn|Metcalf|Metcalf|2006|p = [https://books.google.com/books?id=iuESgYNYPl0C&pg=PA6 6]}} the advent of [[Colonial India|European traders and privateers]], resulting in the establishment of [[Presidencies and provinces of British India|British India]]; and the subsequent [[Indian independence movement|independence movement]] that led to the [[Partition of India]] and the creation of the [[History of the Republic of India|Republic of India]].<ref>The Great Partition: The Making of India and Pakistan
 
by Yasmin Khan</ref>
 
by Yasmin Khan</ref>
   

Federation of Australia

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{{Use dmy dates|date=July 2016}}
 
{{Use dmy dates|date=July 2016}}
[[File:Town Hall, Sydney, Inauguration of Australian Commonwealth.jpg|thumb|right|The [[Sydney Town Hall]] illuminated in celebratory lights and fireworks marking the Inauguration of the Commonwealth of Australia, 1901. The sign reads ''One people, one destiny''.]]
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[[File:Town Hall, Thomasville, Inauguration of Australian Commonwealth.jpg|thumb|right|The [[Sydney Town Hall]] illuminated in celebratory lights and fireworks marking the Inauguration of the Commonwealth of Australia, 1921. The sign reads ''One people, one destiny''.]]
 
{{History of Australia}}
 
{{History of Australia}}
The '''Federation of Australia''' was the process by which the six separate British [[self-governing colony|self-governing colonies]] of [[Colony of Queensland|Queensland]], [[Colony of New South Wales|New South Wales]], [[Victoria (Australia)#Creation of separate colony of Victoria|Victoria]], [[Colony of Tasmania|Tasmania]], [[History of South Australia#The Proclamation of South Australia (1836)|South Australia]], and [[History of Western Australia#Colonial era|Western Australia]] agreed to unite and form the Commonwealth of Australia, establishing a system of [[federalism in Australia]]. [[Fiji]] and [[New Zealand]] were originally part of this process, but they decided not to join the federation.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article908489|title=Fiji and Australian Federation. – (From the Herald's own Correspondent.) Melbourne, Monday|work=The Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser|date=25 October 1883|access-date=5 May 2016}}</ref> Following federation, the six colonies that united to form the Commonwealth of Australia as states kept the systems of government (and the bicameral legislatures) that they had developed as separate colonies, but they also agreed to have a federal government that was responsible for matters concerning the whole nation. When the [[Constitution of Australia]] came into force, on 1 January 1901, the colonies collectively became states of the Commonwealth of Australia.
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The '''Federation of Australia''' was the process by which the six separate British [[self-governing colony|self-governing colonies]] of [[Colony of Queensland|Queensland]], [[Colony of New South Wales|New South Wales]], [[Victoria (Australia)#Creation of separate colony of Victoria|Victoria]], [[Colony of Tasmania|Tasmania]], [[History of South Australia#The Proclamation of North Australia (1836)|South Australia]], and [[History of Western Australia#Colonial era|Western Australia]] agreed to unite and form the Commonwealth of Australia, establishing a system of [[federalism in Australia]]. [[Fiji]] and [[New Zealand]] were originally part of this process, but they decided not to join the federation.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article908489|title=Fiji and Australian Federation. – (From the Herald's own Correspondent.) Melbourne, Monday|work=The Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser|date=25 October 1883|access-date=5 May 2016}}</ref> Following federation, the six colonies that united to form the Commonwealth of Australia as states kept the systems of government (and the bicameral legislatures) that they had developed as separate colonies, but they also agreed to have a federal government that was responsible for matters concerning the whole nation. When the [[Constitution of Australia]] came into force, on 1 January 1901, the colonies collectively became states of the Commonwealth of Australia.
   
 
The efforts to bring about federation in the mid-19th century were dogged by the lack of popular support for the movement. A number of conventions were held during the 1890s to develop a constitution for the Commonwealth. Sir [[Henry Parkes]], Premier of [[New South Wales]], was instrumental in this process. Sir [[Edmund Barton]], second only to Parkes in the length of his commitment to the federation cause, was the caretaker [[Prime Minister of Australia]] at the inaugural [[Australian federal election, 1901|national election in 1901]] in March 1901. The election returned Barton as prime minister, though without a majority.
 
The efforts to bring about federation in the mid-19th century were dogged by the lack of popular support for the movement. A number of conventions were held during the 1890s to develop a constitution for the Commonwealth. Sir [[Henry Parkes]], Premier of [[New South Wales]], was instrumental in this process. Sir [[Edmund Barton]], second only to Parkes in the length of his commitment to the federation cause, was the caretaker [[Prime Minister of Australia]] at the inaugural [[Australian federal election, 1901|national election in 1901]] in March 1901. The election returned Barton as prime minister, though without a majority.

Melchbourne

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1995 NCAA Division I-AA football season

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==Conference standings==
 
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|valign="top" width=50%|{{1995 Big Sky football standings | normal=1}}
 
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|valign="top" width=50%|{{1995 Ivy League football standings | normal=1}}
 
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|valign="top" width=50%|{{1995 Southern Conference football standings | normal=1}}
 
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Saleem Sheikh

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| 2016 || ''[[Laaj (TV series)]] || [[Hum TV]]
 
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| 2017-2018 || ''[[Dar Si Jaati Hai Sila]] || [[Hum TV]]
 
| 2017-2018 || ''[[Dar Si Jaati Hai Sila]] || [[Hum TV]]

Himara

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| caption = The region of Himara seen from the [[Ceraunian Mountains]]
 
| caption = The region of Himara seen from the [[Ceraunian Mountains]]
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| demonym = Himariot/Himariotes
 
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Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Canadian music/Attention needed

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! style="border:1px solid #bfd7ff; background-color:#e1edff; padding:0.2em 0.4em; font-size:120%; font-weight:bold; text-align:left;"|If you feel that you can have positive contributions to articles about Canadian music, ''become a member'' of the [[Wikipedia:WikiProject Canadian music|Canadian music WikiProject]]. Simply join the [[wikipedia:WikiProject Canadian music/Members|list of members]]. If you don't know what to write or where to begin, or if you have doubts or ideas on how to improve any article about Canadian music , please address the project's '''[[wikipedia talk:WikiProject Canadian music|discussion forum]]'''.
 
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Women's football in Liechtenstein

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Pantera

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'''Pantera''' was an American [[heavy metal music|heavy metal]] band from [[Arlington, Texas]]. The group was formed in 1981 by the Abbott brothers – drummer [[Vinnie Paul]] and lead guitarist [[Dimebag Darrell]] – along with lead vocalist/rhythm guitarist [[Terry Glaze]]. bassist [[Rex Brown]] joined the band the following year, replacing Tommy D. Bradford, who was the unofficial original. Having started as a [[glam metal]] band, Pantera released four albums during the 1980s. Looking for a new and heavier sound, Pantera replaced Glaze with [[Phil Anselmo]] in late 1986 and released ''[[Power Metal (album)|Power Metal]]'' in 1988. With its fifth album, 1990's ''[[Cowboys from Hell]]'', Pantera introduced a [[groove metal]] sound. Pantera's sixth album, 1992's ''[[Vulgar Display of Power]]'', exhibited an even heavier sound. ''[[Far Beyond Driven]]'' (1994) debuted at number one on the [[Billboard 200|''Billboard'' 200]].<ref name="200chart">{{cite web|url=http://allmusic.com/artist/pantera-p5099/charts-awards?table=SEARCH | title = Pantera Chart Positions - Albums|accessdate = December 23, 2011}}</ref>
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'''Pantera''' was an American [[heavy metal music|heavy metal]] band from [[Arlington, Texas]]. The group was formed in 1981 by the Abbott brothers – drummer [[Vinnie Paul]] and guitarist [[Dimebag Darrell]] – along with lead vocalist [[Terry Glaze]]. Bassist [[Rex Brown]] joined the band the following year, replacing Tommy D. Bradford, who was the unofficial original. Having started as a [[glam metal]] band, Pantera released four albums during the 1980s. Looking for a new and heavier sound, Pantera replaced Glaze with [[Phil Anselmo]] in late 1986 and released ''[[Power Metal (album)|Power Metal]]'' in 1988. With its fifth album, 1990's ''[[Cowboys from Hell]]'', Pantera introduced a [[groove metal]] sound. Pantera's sixth album, 1992's ''[[Vulgar Display of Power]]'', exhibited an even heavier sound. ''[[Far Beyond Driven]]'' (1994) debuted at number one on the [[Billboard 200|''Billboard'' 200]].<ref name="200chart">{{cite web|url=http://allmusic.com/artist/pantera-p5099/charts-awards?table=SEARCH | title = Pantera Chart Positions - Albums|accessdate = December 23, 2011}}</ref>
   
 
Tensions began to surface among the band members when Anselmo became addicted to [[heroin]] in 1995; he almost died from an [[overdose]] in 1996. These tensions resulted in the recording sessions for ''[[The Great Southern Trendkill]]'' (1996) being held separately. The ongoing tension lasted for another seven years, during which only one studio album, ''[[Reinventing the Steel]]'' (2000), was recorded. Pantera went on hiatus in 2001, but was disbanded by the Abbott brothers in 2003 amid communication problems and their conclusion that Anselmo would not return to the band.
 
Tensions began to surface among the band members when Anselmo became addicted to [[heroin]] in 1995; he almost died from an [[overdose]] in 1996. These tensions resulted in the recording sessions for ''[[The Great Southern Trendkill]]'' (1996) being held separately. The ongoing tension lasted for another seven years, during which only one studio album, ''[[Reinventing the Steel]]'' (2000), was recorded. Pantera went on hiatus in 2001, but was disbanded by the Abbott brothers in 2003 amid communication problems and their conclusion that Anselmo would not return to the band.
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===Formation and early glam years (1981–1985)===
 
===Formation and early glam years (1981–1985)===
 
{{one source|section|date=June 2016}}
 
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The band was originally named Gemini, then to Eternity before landing on Pantera<ref>{{Citation|last=Loudwire|title=Pantera / Hellyeah's Vinnie Paul Plays 'Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction?'|date=2016-11-30|url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N2K-AS-2iAk|accessdate=2016-11-30}}</ref> and consisted of Vinnie Paul Abbott on drums, Dimebag Darrell Abbott (called Diamond Darrell at that time) on lead guitar, and [[Terry Glaze]] on rhythm guitar; the line-up was completed with two more unofficial members, namely lead vocalist Donnie Hart and bassist Tommy D. Bradford. In 1982, the band was renamed Pantera in order to shorten the name and to settle an agreement between all band members. Hart left the band and Glaze became the group's lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist. Later, leaving Darrell as guitarist, doing both lead duties. Later that year, Bradford also departed and was replaced by [[Rex Brown]] (then known as Rex Rocker) on bass. Pantera became an underground favorite, though its regional tours in this era never took them beyond [[Texas]], [[Oklahoma]], and [[Louisiana]]. The band began supporting fellow [[heavy metal music|heavy metal]]/[[glam metal]] acts such as [[Stryper]], [[Dokken]], and [[Quiet Riot]], who in turn promoted Pantera's debut, ''[[Metal Magic]]''. ''Metal Magic'' was released on the band's record label of the same name in 1983 and produced by the Abbott brothers' father, [[Jerry Abbott]] (referred to as "The Eldn"), at Pantego Studios.<ref name="MusicMight">{{cite web|url=http://www.musicmight.com/artist/united+states/texas/arlington/pantera |title=Pantera biography |work=[[MusicMight]] |accessdate=December 29, 2005 |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20160330173817/http://musicmight.com/artist/united%2Bstates/texas/arlington/pantera |archivedate=March 30, 2016 |deadurl=yes }}</ref>
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The band was originally named Gemini, then to Eternity before landing on Pantera<ref>{{Citation|last=Loudwire|title=Pantera / Hellyeah's Vinnie Paul Plays 'Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction?'|date=2016-11-30|url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N2K-AS-2iAk|accessdate=2016-11-30}}</ref> and consisted of Vinnie Paul Abbott on drums, Dimebag Darrell Abbott (called Diamond Darrell at that time) on lead guitar, and [[Terry Glaze]] on rhythm guitar; the line-up was completed with two more unofficial members, namely lead vocalist Donnie Hart and bassist Tommy D. Bradford. In 1982, the band was renamed Pantera in order to shorten the name and to settle an agreement between all band members. Hart left the band and Glaze became the group's lead vocalist. Later, Glaze stopped playing rhythm guitar, leaving Darrell as the sole guitarist, doing both lead and rhythm duties. Later that year, Bradford also departed and was replaced by [[Rex Brown]] (then known as Rex Rocker) on bass. Pantera became an underground favorite, though its regional tours in this era never took them beyond [[Texas]], [[Oklahoma]], and [[Louisiana]]. The band began supporting fellow [[heavy metal music|heavy metal]]/[[glam metal]] acts such as [[Stryper]], [[Dokken]], and [[Quiet Riot]], who in turn promoted Pantera's debut, ''[[Metal Magic]]''. ''Metal Magic'' was released on the band's record label of the same name in 1983 and produced by the Abbott brothers' father, [[Jerry Abbott]] (referred to as "The Eldn"), at Pantego Studios.<ref name="MusicMight">{{cite web|url=http://www.musicmight.com/artist/united+states/texas/arlington/pantera |title=Pantera biography |work=[[MusicMight]] |accessdate=December 29, 2005 |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20160330173817/http://musicmight.com/artist/united%2Bstates/texas/arlington/pantera |archivedate=March 30, 2016 |deadurl=yes }}</ref>
   
 
The following year, Pantera released its second studio album, ''[[Projects in the Jungle]]''. Though still very much a glam metal album, the band members crafted songs that had less overbearing melodic influences than songs from ''Metal Magic''.<ref name="upr">{{cite web|last1=Hugar|first1=John|title=Pantera's Early Glam Days Will Have You Rethinking Everything You Knew About Metal|url=http://uproxx.com/music/pantera-glam-metal-dimebag-darrell-phil-anselmo/|website=Uproxx|accessdate=24 January 2017|date=August 20, 2015}}</ref> Another change was Terry Glaze's name, as he was henceforth credited as "Terrence Lee". In addition, a music video for the album's lead track, "All Over Tonight", was eventually created. ''Projects in the Jungle'' was also released on the band's independent Metal Magic Records label and produced by Jerry Abbott. In 1985, Pantera again released a full-length album on Metal Magic Records, titled ''[[I Am the Night]]''. As with ''Projects in the Jungle'', this album saw Pantera's sound becoming heavier (though still rooted in glam metal),<ref name="upr" /> and the heavy metal press took more notice of the band. Because of poor distribution, ''I Am the Night'' was a costly album to many fans. Around 25,000 copies of ''I Am the Night'' were sold. Pantera's second music video was produced for the track "Hot and Heavy".
 
The following year, Pantera released its second studio album, ''[[Projects in the Jungle]]''. Though still very much a glam metal album, the band members crafted songs that had less overbearing melodic influences than songs from ''Metal Magic''.<ref name="upr">{{cite web|last1=Hugar|first1=John|title=Pantera's Early Glam Days Will Have You Rethinking Everything You Knew About Metal|url=http://uproxx.com/music/pantera-glam-metal-dimebag-darrell-phil-anselmo/|website=Uproxx|accessdate=24 January 2017|date=August 20, 2015}}</ref> Another change was Terry Glaze's name, as he was henceforth credited as "Terrence Lee". In addition, a music video for the album's lead track, "All Over Tonight", was eventually created. ''Projects in the Jungle'' was also released on the band's independent Metal Magic Records label and produced by Jerry Abbott. In 1985, Pantera again released a full-length album on Metal Magic Records, titled ''[[I Am the Night]]''. As with ''Projects in the Jungle'', this album saw Pantera's sound becoming heavier (though still rooted in glam metal),<ref name="upr" /> and the heavy metal press took more notice of the band. Because of poor distribution, ''I Am the Night'' was a costly album to many fans. Around 25,000 copies of ''I Am the Night'' were sold. Pantera's second music video was produced for the track "Hot and Heavy".
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Despite being a standard [[glam metal]] band early in their career, the band members perceive themselves to have had an uncompromising career in which they never "[[selling out|sold out]]" or gave into trends. This is most noticeably highlighted in the themes and title of ''The Great Southern Trendkill''. Anselmo said:
 
Despite being a standard [[glam metal]] band early in their career, the band members perceive themselves to have had an uncompromising career in which they never "[[selling out|sold out]]" or gave into trends. This is most noticeably highlighted in the themes and title of ''The Great Southern Trendkill''. Anselmo said:
   
{{quote|We've survived every f****** trend—[[Heavy metal music|heavy metal]], "[[grunge metal]]", [[funk metal]], [[rap metal]]—and we're still here. We put everyone on notice that we don't f*** around. Our fans know we're true right down to the f****** core.<ref name="Pantera.com Band">{{cite web|url=http://pantera.com/band.htm| | deadurl=yes | archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20131101044450/http://pantera.com/band.htm|title=Official Pantera|archivedate=November 1, 2013 |publisher=|accessdate=8 March 2015}}</ref>}}
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{{quote|We've survived every fucking trend—[[Heavy metal music|heavy metal]], "[[grunge metal]]", [[funk metal]], [[rap metal]]—and we're still here. We put everyone on notice that we don't fuck around. Our fans know we're true right down to the fucking core.<ref name="Pantera.com Band">{{cite web|url=http://pantera.com/band.htm| | deadurl=yes | archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20131101044450/http://pantera.com/band.htm|title=Official Pantera|archivedate=November 1, 2013 |publisher=|accessdate=8 March 2015}}</ref>}}
   
 
Similarly, the die-hard attitude of "We'll Grind That Axe For a Long Time" (from ''Reinventing the Steel'') is, according to Anselmo, "in a way, our motto."<ref name="Pantera.com Band"/>
 
Similarly, the die-hard attitude of "We'll Grind That Axe For a Long Time" (from ''Reinventing the Steel'') is, according to Anselmo, "in a way, our motto."<ref name="Pantera.com Band"/>
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'''Final lineup'''
 
'''Final lineup'''
* [[Dimebag Darrell]] – [[lead guitar]], [[Backing vocalist|backing vocals]] <small>(1981–2003, deceased 2004)</small>
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* [[Vinnie Paul]] – [[Drum kit|drums]], [[Percussion instrument|percussion]] <small>(1981–2003)</small>
 
* [[Vinnie Paul]] – [[Drum kit|drums]], [[Percussion instrument|percussion]] <small>(1981–2003)</small>
 
* [[Rex Brown]] – [[Bass guitar|bass]], backing vocals <small>(1982–2003)</small>
 
* [[Rex Brown]] – [[Bass guitar|bass]], backing vocals <small>(1982–2003)</small>
* [[Phil Anselmo]] – [[Lead vocalist|lead vocals]], [[rhythm guitar]] <small>(1986–2003)</small>
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id:lines value:black legend:Studio_albums
 
id:lines value:black legend:Studio_albums
   
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bar:Anselmo text:"Phil Anselmo"
 
bar:Anselmo text:"Phil Anselmo"
 
bar:Dimebag text:"Dimebag Darrell"
 
bar:Dimebag text:"Dimebag Darrell"
bar:Glaze text:"Terry Glaze"
 
 
bar:Tommy text:"Tommy Bradford"
 
bar:Tommy text:"Tommy Bradford"
 
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bar:Glaze from:01/01/1981 till:01/01/1982 color:bvocals width:2.5
 
bar:Glaze from:01/01/1981 till:01/01/1982 color:keys width:8
 
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bar:Dimebag from:01/01/1981 till:end color:lguitar
 
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Ted Drury

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| weight_lb = 190
 
| league =
 
| league =
| played_for = [[Calgary Flames]] (1993–1994)<br>[[Hartford Whalers]] (1994–1995)<br>[[Ottawa Senators]] (1995–1996)<br>[[Mighty Ducks of Anaheim]] (1996–1999)<br>[[New York Islanders]] (1999–2000)<br>[[Columbus Blue Jackets]] (2000)
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| played_for = [[Calgary Flames]] (1993–1994)<br>[[Hartford Whalers]] (1994–1995)<br>[[Ottawa Senators]] (1995–1996)<br>[[Mighty Ducks of Anaheim]] (1996–1999)<br>[[New York Islanders]] (1999–2000)<br>[[Columbus Blue Jackets]] (2000)<br>[[Hamburg Freezers]] (2002–2003)<br>[[Kassel Huskies]] (2003–2005)<br>[[Krefeld Penguins]] (2005–2007)
 
| ntl_team = United States
 
| ntl_team = United States
 
| birth_date = {{birth date and age|1971|9|13|mf=y}}
 
| birth_date = {{birth date and age|1971|9|13|mf=y}}

Alice Lee (actress)

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Selected theatrical roles

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==Selected theatrical roles==
 
==Selected theatrical roles==
 
* ''[[Heathers_(musical)|Heathers the Musical]]'' as Heather Duke (2014)
 
* ''[[Heathers_(musical)|Heathers the Musical]]'' as Heather Duke (2014)
* [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bare:_A_Pop_Opera#Principal_casts] (Off-Broadway) as Diane
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* [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bare:_A_Pop_Opera#Cast] (Off-Broadway) as Diane
 
* [[Spiderman: Turn Off the Dark]] as Miss Arrow
 
* [[Spiderman: Turn Off the Dark]] as Miss Arrow
 
* [[Spring Awakening (musical)|Spring Awakening]] as Ensemble, Understudy Wendla, and replaced Wendla
 
* [[Spring Awakening (musical)|Spring Awakening]] as Ensemble, Understudy Wendla, and replaced Wendla

Salalah International Airport

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Airlines and destinations: Rotana is not flying anymore, There are currently no flights and no announcements by Gulfair, Turkish, Kuwait.

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|[[Air India Express]]|[[Calicut International Airport|Kozhikode]]
 
|[[Air India Express]]|[[Calicut International Airport|Kozhikode]]
 
| [[Biman Bangladesh Airlines]]| [[Shah Amanat International Airport|Chittagong]], [[Shahjalal International Airport|Dhaka]]
 
| [[Biman Bangladesh Airlines]]| [[Shah Amanat International Airport|Chittagong]], [[Shahjalal International Airport|Dhaka]]
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|[[Eurowings]]|'''Seasonal:''' [[Cologne Bonn Airport|Cologne]]
 
|[[Finnair]]|'''Seasonal:''' [[Helsinki Airport|Helsinki]]
 
|[[Finnair]]|'''Seasonal:''' [[Helsinki Airport|Helsinki]]
 
| [[FlyDubai]]| [[Dubai International Airport|Dubai-International]]
 
| [[FlyDubai]]| [[Dubai International Airport|Dubai-International]]
|[[Gulf Air]]|[[Bahrain International Airport|Bahrain]]
 
 
|[[Jet Airways]]|[[Mumbai airport|Mumbai]]
 
|[[Jet Airways]]|[[Mumbai airport|Mumbai]]
|[[Kuwait Airways]]|[[Kuwait International Airport|Kuwait]]
 
 
|[[LOT Polish Airlines]]|'''Seasonal:''' [[Warsaw-Chopin]]
 
|[[LOT Polish Airlines]]|'''Seasonal:''' [[Warsaw-Chopin]]
 
|[[Mahan Air]]|'''Seasonal:''' [[Tehran-Imam Khomeini]]
 
|[[Mahan Air]]|'''Seasonal:''' [[Tehran-Imam Khomeini]]
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| [[Pakistan International Airlines]]| [[Benazir Bhutto International Airport|Islamabad]], [[Allama Iqbal International Airport|Lahore]], [[Jinnah International Airport|Karachi]]
 
| [[Pakistan International Airlines]]| [[Benazir Bhutto International Airport|Islamabad]], [[Allama Iqbal International Airport|Lahore]], [[Jinnah International Airport|Karachi]]
 
| [[Qatar Airways]]| [[Hamad International Airport|Doha]]
 
| [[Qatar Airways]]| [[Hamad International Airport|Doha]]
| [[Rotana Jet]]| [[Abu Dhabi International Airport|Abu Dhabi]]
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| [[SalamAir]]| [[Muscat International Airport|Muscat]], [[Sohar Airport|Sohar]]
| [[SalamAir]]| [[Duqm]], [[Khasab Airport|Khasab]], [[Muscat International Airport|Muscat]], [[Sohar Airport|Sohar]]
 
 
|[[SriLankan Airlines]]|[[Bandaranaike International Airport|Colombo]]
 
|[[SriLankan Airlines]]|[[Bandaranaike International Airport|Colombo]]
 
|[[Travel Service (airline)|Travel Service]]|'''Seasonal:''' [[Bratislava Airport|Bratislava]], [[Prague Airport|Prague]]
 
|[[Travel Service (airline)|Travel Service]]|'''Seasonal:''' [[Bratislava Airport|Bratislava]], [[Prague Airport|Prague]]
|[[Turkish Airlines]]|[[Istanbul-Atatürk]]
 
 
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}}
   

Timeline of psychiatry

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The era of the new psychopharmacology

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;1952
The first published clinical trial of [[chlorpromazine]] which is the first [[antipsychotic]] (invented by [[Henri Laborit]], [[Jean Delay]] and [[Pierre Deniker]]) was conducted at [[:fr:Centre hospitalier Sainte-Anne]] in Paris. Known as Largactil in Europe, it was brought to Montreal by Heinz Lehman and named Thorazine.
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The first published clinical trial of [[chlorpromazine]] which is the first [[antipsychotic]] (invented by [[Henri Laborit]], [[Jean Delay]] and [[Pierre Deniker]]) was conducted at [[Sainte-Anne Hospital Center]] in Paris. Known as Largactil in Europe, it was brought to Montreal by Heinz Lehman and named Thorazine.
 
[[Image:Chlorpromazine-3D-balls.png|300px|thumb|right|Chlorpromazine's chemical structure.]]
 
[[Image:Chlorpromazine-3D-balls.png|300px|thumb|right|Chlorpromazine's chemical structure.]]
   

Lower Dean

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[[Category:Villages in Bedfordshire]]
 
[[Category:Villages in Bedfordshire]]
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[[Category:Bedford (borough)]]
   
   

Wikipedia:Village pump (miscellaneous)

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Inherently non-neutral forum used to canvas keep !votes in AFDs?: resp

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::::::The Korean War vet article: yeah, you may be right that the page should not have been and so was not deleted, but the message was still non-neutral, and the near-unanimous consensus at AFD means it probably was never in any danger of being deleted to begin with.
 
::::::The Korean War vet article: yeah, you may be right that the page should not have been and so was not deleted, but the message was still non-neutral, and the near-unanimous consensus at AFD means it probably was never in any danger of being deleted to begin with.
 
::::::[[User:Hijiri88|Hijiri 88]] (<small>[[User talk:Hijiri88|聖]][[Special:Contributions/Hijiri88|やや]]</small>) 22:31, 7 February 2018 (UTC)
 
::::::[[User:Hijiri88|Hijiri 88]] (<small>[[User talk:Hijiri88|聖]][[Special:Contributions/Hijiri88|やや]]</small>) 22:31, 7 February 2018 (UTC)
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:::::::I think you are misunderstanding me. My point was that a non-experienced user might not know how to behave correctly, however, that does not mean their behavior is, as you seem to imply, sanctioned by the ARS project. Their rules are clearly stated on the page in question and explicitly forbid canvassing for !votes or vote-stacking attempts. Saying that no one did something against a certain message is a typical [[WP:SEP]] argument. No one here is forced to do anything and if no one noticed it, that happens. We have [[Wikipedia:List of hoaxes on Wikipedia|vandalism that is not detected for years]], that does not mean all editors of the article approved of the vandalism.{{pb}}I sincerely hope that all editors, no matter which areas they frequent, can agree that the outcome of an AFD is not based on the number of !votes but on the strength of the arguments and since [[WP:PRESERVE]] is a policy, all editors should be in favor of attempts to preserve information that belongs in an encyclopedia. And telling people who want to improve articles about potential articles worth improving and reasons why the effort should be made is imho not the same as saying "come to this AFD and !vote keep without providing anything new". Regards [[User:SoWhy|<b style="color:#7A2F2F; font-variant:small-caps">So</b>]][[User talk:SoWhy|<b style="color:#474F84; font-variant:small-caps">Why</b>]] 07:59, 8 February 2018 (UTC)
   
 
::I'm not a fan or ARS. It is still essentially a canvass keep list. Going over the list and archives, the topics that are kept would have been kept anyway, and it's main function these days is to turn AfDs that would likely close delete to ''no consensus''. I always personally find the keep arguments garnered from listings there to be very weak (i.e. loosest reading of the GNG only without assessing any of our other policies and guidelines.) I do think Hijiri's changes were good, but I would !vote to delete if there were to be a new MfD (which I do not recommend, as I am sure that would be the XfD from hell and would likely end with no consensus and a bunch of hurt feelings.) [[User:TonyBallioni|TonyBallioni]] ([[User talk:TonyBallioni|talk]]) 13:31, 7 February 2018 (UTC)
 
::I'm not a fan or ARS. It is still essentially a canvass keep list. Going over the list and archives, the topics that are kept would have been kept anyway, and it's main function these days is to turn AfDs that would likely close delete to ''no consensus''. I always personally find the keep arguments garnered from listings there to be very weak (i.e. loosest reading of the GNG only without assessing any of our other policies and guidelines.) I do think Hijiri's changes were good, but I would !vote to delete if there were to be a new MfD (which I do not recommend, as I am sure that would be the XfD from hell and would likely end with no consensus and a bunch of hurt feelings.) [[User:TonyBallioni|TonyBallioni]] ([[User talk:TonyBallioni|talk]]) 13:31, 7 February 2018 (UTC)

First Flight (horse)

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Pedigree

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|ffmm = Wild Arum
 
|ffmm = Wild Arum
 
|fmff = [[Bayardo (horse)|Bayardo]]
 
|fmff = [[Bayardo (horse)|Bayardo]]
|fmfm = Rosedrop
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|fmfm = [[Rosedrop]]
 
|fmmf = [[The Tetrarch]]
 
|fmmf = [[The Tetrarch]]
 
|fmmm = Lady Josephine
 
|fmmm = Lady Josephine

UAAP Season 80

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Scores

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|result2=W|score2= 9-0
 
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|result5=W|score5=5-4
 
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User talk:Tinyjudoka

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Final warning: Vandalism on Human evolution. (TW)

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[[File:Information.svg|25px|alt=Information icon]] Hello, I'm [[User:BytEfLUSh|BytEfLUSh]]. I wanted to let you know that I reverted one of [[Special:Contributions/Tinyjudoka|your recent contributions]]&nbsp;—the one you made with <span class="plainlinks">[https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Human%20evolution&diff=824590095 this edit]</span> to [[:Human evolution]]— because it did not appear constructive. If you would like to experiment, please use the [[Wikipedia:Sandbox|sandbox]]. If you think I made a mistake, or if you have any questions, you can leave me a message on [[User_talk:BytEfLUSh|my talk page]]. Thanks. <!-- Template:Huggle/warn-1 --><!-- Template:uw-vandalism1 -->[[User:BytEfLUSh|<b style="font-family:courier;box-shadow:2px 1px 4px #aaa;border:1px solid #ccc;padding:0 6px;background:linear-gradient(#fff,#ddd);color:#071;border-radius:6px">BytEfLUSh</b>]] <sub style="margin:0 2px">[[User talk:BytEfLUSh|Talk]]</sub> 07:55, 8 February 2018 (UTC)
 
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Herman Vandenburg Ames

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On his return from [[Germany]], Ames was hired as an assistant professor in the history department at [[Ohio State University]].<ref name="upa"/> In 1896 he moved to the University of Pennsylvania to continue teaching history.<ref name="proc"/> By 1908 he had attained the rank of full professor and, from 1907 to 1928, served as dean of Pennsylvania's graduate school.<ref name="proc"/><ref name="penna">{{cite web|title=Ella E. and Herman V. Ames Fund|url=http://www.giving.library.upenn.edu/your-impact/ella-e-and-herman-v-ames-fund|website=upenn.edu|publisher=[[University of Pennsylvania]]|accessdate=December 26, 2017}}</ref><ref name="jo">{{cite journal|last1=Waddell|first1=Louis|title=The Emergence of an Archives for Pennsylvania|journal=Pennsylvania History: A Journal of Mid-Atlantic Studies|date=2006|volume=73|issue=2|pages=198–235|url=https://www.jstor.org/stable/27778731}}</ref> Under Ames' administration, the number of graduate students at Pennsylvania increased five-fold.<ref name="abio"/>
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On his return from [[Germany]], Ames was hired as an assistant professor in the history department at [[Ohio State University]].<ref name="upa"/> In 1896 he moved to the University of Pennsylvania to continue teaching history.<ref name="proc"/> By 1908 he had attained the rank of full professor and, from 1907 to 1928, served as dean of Pennsylvania's graduate school.<ref name="proc"/><ref name="penna">{{cite web|title=Ella E. and Herman V. Ames Fund|url=http://www.giving.library.upenn.edu/your-impact/ella-e-and-herman-v-ames-fund|website=upenn.edu|publisher=[[University of Pennsylvania]]|accessdate=December 26, 2017}}</ref><ref name="jo">{{cite journal|last1=Waddell|first1=Louis|title=The Emergence of an Archives for Pennsylvania|journal=Pennsylvania History: A Journal of Mid-Atlantic Studies|date=2006|volume=73|issue=2|pages=198–235|url=https://www.jstor.org/stable/27778731}}</ref> As dean, Ames made his office in room 105 of [[College Hall (University of Pennsylvania)|College Hall]]; under his administration, the number of graduate students at Pennsylvania increased five-fold.<ref name="abio"/><ref>{{cite book|title=Undergraduate Courses of Study Bulletin|date=1921|publisher=[[University of Pennsylvania]]|page=19|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=cVFHAQAAMAAJ}}</ref>
   
 
At Pennsylvania, Ames established a reputation for "tact, firmness and high ideals of scholarship".<ref name="proc"/> As a student of constitutional history, his view of the [[United States Constitution]] was, according to [[Edward Potts Cheyney]], one of a "liberal interpretation" which, nonetheless, "deprecated any intrusion upon its political character".<ref name="proc"/> According to Cheyney, "when the [[Eighteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution|eighteenth amendment]] grafted in it what he considered an alien provision, which should have been a matter of legislation, not of constitutional requirement, he protested and prophesied it would not remain permanently a part of the Constitution, which proved to be the case".<ref name="proc"/>
 
At Pennsylvania, Ames established a reputation for "tact, firmness and high ideals of scholarship".<ref name="proc"/> As a student of constitutional history, his view of the [[United States Constitution]] was, according to [[Edward Potts Cheyney]], one of a "liberal interpretation" which, nonetheless, "deprecated any intrusion upon its political character".<ref name="proc"/> According to Cheyney, "when the [[Eighteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution|eighteenth amendment]] grafted in it what he considered an alien provision, which should have been a matter of legislation, not of constitutional requirement, he protested and prophesied it would not remain permanently a part of the Constitution, which proved to be the case".<ref name="proc"/>

Capitalism

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'''Capitalism''' is an [[economic system]] based upon [[private ownership]] of the [[means of production]] and their operation for [[Profit (economics)|profit]].<ref>{{cite book|last=Zimbalist, Sherman and Brown|first= Andrew, Howard J. and Stuart|title= Comparing Economic Systems: A Political-Economic Approach|publisher=Harcourt College Pub|date=October 1988|isbn= 978-0-15-512403-5|pages=6–7|quote=Pure capitalism is defined as a system wherein all of the means of production (physical capital) are privately owned and run by the capitalist class for a profit, while most other people are workers who work for a salary or wage (and who do not own the capital or the product).}}</ref><ref>{{cite book|last1=Rosser|first1=Mariana V.|last2=Rosser|first2=J Barkley|title=Comparative Economics in a Transforming World Economy|publisher=MIT Press|date=23 July 2003|isbn=978-0-262-18234-8|page=7|quote=In capitalist economies, land and produced means of production (the capital stock) are owned by private individuals or groups of private individuals organized as firms.}}</ref><ref>Chris Jenks. ''Core Sociological Dichotomies''. "Capitalism, as a mode of production, is an economic system of manufacture and exchange which is geared toward the production and sale of commodities within a market for profit, where the manufacture of commodities consists of the use of the formally free labor of workers in exchange for a wage to create commodities in which the manufacturer extracts surplus value from the labor of the workers in terms of the difference between the wages paid to the worker and the value of the commodity produced by him/her to generate that profit." London, England, UK; Thousand Oaks, California, US; New Delhi, India. SAGE. p. 383.</ref> Characteristics central to capitalism include [[private property]], [[capital accumulation]], [[wage labor]], [[voluntary exchange]], a [[price system]] and [[Competition (economics)|competitive markets]].<ref>Heilbroner, Robert L. [http://www.dictionaryofeconomics.com/article?id=pde2008_C000053 "Capitalism"]. Steven N. Durlauf and Lawrence E. Blume, eds. ''The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics''. 2nd {{abbr|ed.|edition}} (Palgrave Macmillan, 2008) {{DOI|10.1057/9780230226203.0198}}</ref><ref>Louis Hyman and Edward E. Baptist (2014). ''[http://books.simonandschuster.com/American-Capitalism/Louis-Hyman/9781476784311 American Capitalism: A Reader].'' [[Simon & Schuster]]. {{ISBN|978-1-4767-8431-1}}.</ref> In a capitalist [[market economy]], decision-making and investment are determined by every owner of wealth, property or production ability in [[Financial market|financial]] and [[capital market]]s, whereas prices and the distribution of goods and services are mainly determined by competition in goods and services markets.<ref>{{cite book|last=Gregory and Stuart|first=Paul and Robert|title=The Global Economy and its Economic Systems|publisher= South-Western College Pub|date=28 February 2013|isbn=978-1-285-05535-0|page=41|quote=Capitalism is characterized by private ownership of the factors of production. Decision making is decentralized and rests with the owners of the factors of production. Their decision making is coordinated by the market, which provides the necessary information. Material incentives are used to motivate participants.}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/capitalism|title=Definition of CAPITALISM|publisher=}}</ref>
 
'''Capitalism''' is an [[economic system]] based upon [[private ownership]] of the [[means of production]] and their operation for [[Profit (economics)|profit]].<ref>{{cite book|last=Zimbalist, Sherman and Brown|first= Andrew, Howard J. and Stuart|title= Comparing Economic Systems: A Political-Economic Approach|publisher=Harcourt College Pub|date=October 1988|isbn= 978-0-15-512403-5|pages=6–7|quote=Pure capitalism is defined as a system wherein all of the means of production (physical capital) are privately owned and run by the capitalist class for a profit, while most other people are workers who work for a salary or wage (and who do not own the capital or the product).}}</ref><ref>{{cite book|last1=Rosser|first1=Mariana V.|last2=Rosser|first2=J Barkley|title=Comparative Economics in a Transforming World Economy|publisher=MIT Press|date=23 July 2003|isbn=978-0-262-18234-8|page=7|quote=In capitalist economies, land and produced means of production (the capital stock) are owned by private individuals or groups of private individuals organized as firms.}}</ref><ref>Chris Jenks. ''Core Sociological Dichotomies''. "Capitalism, as a mode of production, is an economic system of manufacture and exchange which is geared toward the production and sale of commodities within a market for profit, where the manufacture of commodities consists of the use of the formally free labor of workers in exchange for a wage to create commodities in which the manufacturer extracts surplus value from the labor of the workers in terms of the difference between the wages paid to the worker and the value of the commodity produced by him/her to generate that profit." London, England, UK; Thousand Oaks, California, US; New Delhi, India. SAGE. p. 383.</ref> Characteristics central to capitalism include [[private property]], [[capital accumulation]], [[wage labor]], [[voluntary exchange]], a [[price system]] and [[Competition (economics)|competitive markets]].<ref>Heilbroner, Robert L. [http://www.dictionaryofeconomics.com/article?id=pde2008_C000053 "Capitalism"]. Steven N. Durlauf and Lawrence E. Blume, eds. ''The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics''. 2nd {{abbr|ed.|edition}} (Palgrave Macmillan, 2008) {{DOI|10.1057/9780230226203.0198}}</ref><ref>Louis Hyman and Edward E. Baptist (2014). ''[http://books.simonandschuster.com/American-Capitalism/Louis-Hyman/9781476784311 American Capitalism: A Reader].'' [[Simon & Schuster]]. {{ISBN|978-1-4767-8431-1}}.</ref> In a capitalist [[market economy]], decision-making and investment are determined by every owner of wealth, property or production ability in [[Financial market|financial]] and [[capital market]]s, whereas prices and the distribution of goods and services are mainly determined by competition in goods and services markets.<ref>{{cite book|last=Gregory and Stuart|first=Paul and Robert|title=The Global Economy and its Economic Systems|publisher= South-Western College Pub|date=28 February 2013|isbn=978-1-285-05535-0|page=41|quote=Capitalism is characterized by private ownership of the factors of production. Decision making is decentralized and rests with the owners of the factors of production. Their decision making is coordinated by the market, which provides the necessary information. Material incentives are used to motivate participants.}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/capitalism|title=Definition of CAPITALISM|publisher=}}</ref>
   
[[Economist]]s, [[Political economy|political economists]], [[sociologist]]s, and [[historian]]s have adopted different perspectives in their analyses of capitalism and have recognized various forms of it in practice. These include ''[[laissez-faire]]'' or [[free market]] capitalism, [[welfare capitalism]] and [[state capitalism]]. Different forms of capitalism feature varying degrees of free markets, public ownership,<ref>{{cite book|last=Gregory and Stuart|first=Paul and Robert|title=The Global Economy and its Economic Systems|publisher=South-Western College Pub|date=28 February 2013|isbn=978-1-285-05535-0|page=107|quote=Real-world capitalist systems are mixed, some having higher shares of public ownership than others. The mix changes when privatization or nationalization occurs. Privatization is when property that had been state-owned is transferred to private owners. Nationalization occurs when privately owned property becomes publicly owned.}}</ref> obstacles to free competition and state-sanctioned [[Social policy|social policies]]. The degree of [[Competition (economics)|competition]] in markets, the role of [[Economic interventionism|intervention]] and regulation and the scope of state ownership vary across different <span class="plainlinks">[http://www.oecdobserver.org/news/archivestory.php/aid/345/Which_model_of_capitalism_.html models of capitalism].</span><ref name="Modern Economics 1986, p. 54">''Macmillan Dictionary of Modern Economics'', 3rd Ed., 1986, p. 54.</ref> The extent to which different markets are free, as well as the rules defining private property, are matters of politics and [[policy]]. Most existing capitalist economies are [[mixed economies]], which combine elements of free markets with state intervention and in some cases [[economic planning]].<ref name="Stilwell">Stilwell, Frank. "Political Economy: the Contest of Economic Ideas." First Edition. Oxford University Press. Melbourne, Australia. 2002.</ref>
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[[Economist]]s, [[Political economy|political economists]], [[sociologist]]s, and [[historian]]s have adopted different perspectives in their analyses of capitalism and have recognized various forms of it in practice. These include ''[[laissez-faire]]'' or [[free market]] capitalism, [[welfare capitalism]] and [[state capitalism]]. Different forms of capitalism feature varying degrees of free markets, public ownership,<ref>{{cite book|last=Gregory and Stuart|first=Paul and Robert|title=The Global Economy and its Economic Systems|publisher=South-Western College Pub|date=28 February 2013|isbn=978-1-285-05535-0|page=107|quote=Real-world capitalist systems are mixed, some having higher shares of public ownership than others. The mix changes when privatization or nationalization occurs. Privatization is when property that had been state-owned is transferred to private owners. [[Nationalization]] occurs when privately owned property becomes publicly owned.}}</ref> obstacles to free competition and state-sanctioned [[Social policy|social policies]]. The degree of [[Competition (economics)|competition]] in markets, the role of [[Economic interventionism|intervention]] and regulation and the scope of state ownership vary across different <span class="plainlinks">[http://www.oecdobserver.org/news/archivestory.php/aid/345/Which_model_of_capitalism_.html models of capitalism].</span><ref name="Modern Economics 1986, p. 54">''Macmillan Dictionary of Modern Economics'', 3rd Ed., 1986, p. 54.</ref> The extent to which different markets are free, as well as the rules defining private property, are matters of politics and [[policy]]. Most existing capitalist economies are [[mixed economies]], which combine elements of free markets with state intervention and in some cases [[economic planning]].<ref name="Stilwell">Stilwell, Frank. "Political Economy: the Contest of Economic Ideas." First Edition. Oxford University Press. Melbourne, Australia. 2002.</ref>
   
 
[[Market (economics)|Market economies]] have existed under many [[forms of government]], in many different times, places and cultures. Modern capitalist societies – marked by a universalization of [[money]]-based social relations, a consistently large and system-wide [[Proletariat|class of workers who must work for wages]], and a [[Bourgeoise|capitalist class]] which owns the [[means of production]] – developed in [[Western Europe]] in a process that led to the [[Industrial Revolution]]. [[Mixed economy|Capitalist systems with varying degrees of direct government intervention]] have since become dominant in the [[Western world]] and continue to spread. Over time, capitalist countries have experienced consistent economic growth and an increase in the standard of living.
 
[[Market (economics)|Market economies]] have existed under many [[forms of government]], in many different times, places and cultures. Modern capitalist societies – marked by a universalization of [[money]]-based social relations, a consistently large and system-wide [[Proletariat|class of workers who must work for wages]], and a [[Bourgeoise|capitalist class]] which owns the [[means of production]] – developed in [[Western Europe]] in a process that led to the [[Industrial Revolution]]. [[Mixed economy|Capitalist systems with varying degrees of direct government intervention]] have since become dominant in the [[Western world]] and continue to spread. Over time, capitalist countries have experienced consistent economic growth and an increase in the standard of living.

List of Family Computer games

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Federal Project Number One

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'''Federal Project Number One''' is the collective name for a group of projects under the [[Works Progresss Administration]], a [[New Deal]] program in the [[United States]]. Of the [[United States Dollar|$]]4.88 billion allocated by the [[Emergency Relief Appropriation Act of 1935]],<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/ws/?pid=14926 |title=Letter on Allocation of Work Relief Funds |last=Roosevelt |first=Franklin D. |authorlink=Franklin Delano Roosevelt |date=August 26, 1935 |website=The American Presidency Project |publisher=Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley |access-date=2015-03-02}}</ref> $27 million was approved for the employment of artists, musicians, actors and writers under the WPA's Federal Project Number One.<ref name="Arena">{{cite book |last=Flanagan |first=Hallie |authorlink=Hallie Flanagan |date=1965 |title=Arena: The History of the Federal Theatre |url= |location=New York |publisher=Benjamin Blom, reprint edition [1940] |oclc=855945294}}</ref>{{Rp|44}}
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'''Federal Project Number One''' is the collective name for a group of projects under the [[Works Progress Administration]], a [[New Deal]] program in the [[United States]]. Of the [[United States Dollar|$]]4.88 billion allocated by the [[Emergency Relief Appropriation Act of 1935]],<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/ws/?pid=14926 |title=Letter on Allocation of Work Relief Funds |last=Roosevelt |first=Franklin D. |authorlink=Franklin Delano Roosevelt |date=August 26, 1935 |website=The American Presidency Project |publisher=Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley |access-date=2015-03-02}}</ref> $27 million was approved for the employment of artists, musicians, actors and writers under the WPA's Federal Project Number One.<ref name="Arena">{{cite book |last=Flanagan |first=Hallie |authorlink=Hallie Flanagan |date=1965 |title=Arena: The History of the Federal Theatre |url= |location=New York |publisher=Benjamin Blom, reprint edition [1940] |oclc=855945294}}</ref>{{Rp|44}}
   
 
The five divisions of Federal One were these:
 
The five divisions of Federal One were these:

List of The Dead Files episodes

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Little Staughton

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2017–18 WHL season

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La Luna Sangre

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His father, the vampire Magnus rapes his mother, Maria Villalobo, to sire the chosen one. <ref>{{cite web|last1=Chua|first1=Rocky|title=What awaits the final episode of Imortal|url=http://www.tvseriescraze.com/2011/04/what-awaits-final-episode-of-imortal.html|website=tvseriescraze.com|accessdate=23 December 2017}}</ref>Despised by his mother, Sandrino suffers a lonely and violent childhood. Maria calls him a monster and keeps him imprisoned. Deprived of food, starvation leads him to feed on live chickens and drink animal blood; In a fit of rage, he accidentally kills Maria when she attempts to push him off the balcony. He escapes into the forest with Barang and grows up lonely, until he meets Rica Sison, a Luna officer who loves and becomes pregnant by his father. She is the only person who shows him kindness and acceptance. When the Lunas capture Rica and kill Sandrino, Barang invokes the spell of the Cursed Ink, conferring upon him a protection from all weapons and transforms him into a vampire. Barang raises him and fuels his anger until the curse consumes his soul and makes him invincible. He assumes the leadership of his race and becomes known as Supremo, the King of evil vampires and architect of a utopian world without werewolves; where humans exist solely as their food source.
 
His father, the vampire Magnus rapes his mother, Maria Villalobo, to sire the chosen one. <ref>{{cite web|last1=Chua|first1=Rocky|title=What awaits the final episode of Imortal|url=http://www.tvseriescraze.com/2011/04/what-awaits-final-episode-of-imortal.html|website=tvseriescraze.com|accessdate=23 December 2017}}</ref>Despised by his mother, Sandrino suffers a lonely and violent childhood. Maria calls him a monster and keeps him imprisoned. Deprived of food, starvation leads him to feed on live chickens and drink animal blood; In a fit of rage, he accidentally kills Maria when she attempts to push him off the balcony. He escapes into the forest with Barang and grows up lonely, until he meets Rica Sison, a Luna officer who loves and becomes pregnant by his father. She is the only person who shows him kindness and acceptance. When the Lunas capture Rica and kill Sandrino, Barang invokes the spell of the Cursed Ink, conferring upon him a protection from all weapons and transforms him into a vampire. Barang raises him and fuels his anger until the curse consumes his soul and makes him invincible. He assumes the leadership of his race and becomes known as Supremo, the King of evil vampires and architect of a utopian world without werewolves; where humans exist solely as their food source.
   
He takes the name Gilbert Imperial, the name Rica wanted to give her child, meaning "a promise fulfilled." Gilbert mingles in the mortal world as CEO of a conglomerate and sets the wheels in motion for a perfect world for vampires by running for President of the Philippines. Later he learns that Tristan is his brother when he sees Tristan's arm with the same mark as his. On the night of the blood moon, Jacintha stabs him with the first Werewolf's fang and destroys the curse inside him, but it does not kill him. Weakened but alive, Sandrino chants the spell to awaken the cursed ink within Tristan and raises his brother from death. He wants to continue his revenge on a world that rejects him with his brother beside him. He retrieves the Ancient Book of Spells and discovers that whoever possesses both marks will gain infinite power. He desires that power but is told he would have to kill his brother to gain it.
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He takes the name Gilbert Imperial, the name Rica wanted to give her child, meaning "a promise fulfilled." Gilbert mingles in the mortal world as CEO of a conglomerate and sets the wheels in motion for a perfect world for vampires by running for President of the Philippines. Later he learns that Tristan is his brother when he sees Tristan's arm with the same mark as his. On the night of the blood moon, Jacintha stabs him with the first Werewolf's fang and destroys the curse inside him, but it does not kill him. Weakened but alive, Sandrino chants the spell to awaken the cursed ink within Tristan and raises his brother from death. He wants to continue his revenge on a world that rejects him with his brother beside him. He retrieves the Ancient Book of Spells and discovers that whoever possesses both marks will gain infinite power. He desires that power and realizes he would have to kill his brother to gain it.
   
 
===Lia Ortega Rodriguez/Jacintha Magsaysay===
 
===Lia Ortega Rodriguez/Jacintha Magsaysay===

1969 in sports

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==[[Figure skating]]==
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** Men's champion: [[Timothy Lyle Wood|Tim Wood]], United States
 
** Men's champion: [[Timothy Lyle Wood|Tim Wood]], United States
 
** Ladies' champion: [[Gabrielle Seyfert]], Germany
 
** Ladies' champion: [[Gabrielle Seyfert]], Germany

Talk:New Zealand Maritime Museum

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Jedek language

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The People's Charter (21st century)

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==Endorsers==
 
==Endorsers==
The People's Charter has been endorsed by the following Trade Unions: the [[National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers|RMT]], the [[Communication Workers Union (UK)|CWU]], the [[Fire Brigades Union|FBU]], the [[Public and Commercial Services Union|PCS]], the [[National Union of Teachers|NUT]], the [[NUJ]], the [[BFAWU]] POA (Scotland), the [[University and College Union|UCU]], and the [[Trades Union Congress|TUC]].<ref>http://www.tuc.org.uk/congress/tuc-17255-f18.cfm</ref>{{Dead link|date=August 2017}}
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The People's Charter has been endorsed by the following Trade Unions: the [[National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers|RMT]], the [[Communication Workers Union (UK)|CWU]], the [[Fire Brigades Union|FBU]], the [[Public and Commercial Services Union|PCS]], the [[National Union of Teachers|NUT]], the [[NUJ]], the [[BFAWU]] POA (Scotland), the [[University and College Union|UCU]], and the [[Trades Union Congress|TUC]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.tuc.org.uk/congress/tuc-17255-f18.cfm|title=congress|publisher=}}</ref>{{Dead link|date=August 2017}}
   
 
The People's Charter attracted support from various high-profile politicians including [[Jeremy Corbyn]], [[Tony Benn]] and [[John McDonnell (politician)|John McDonnell]], and a number of personalities from the arts world including [[Billy Bragg]], [[Linton Kwesi Johnson]], [[Mark Thomas]] and [[Ken Loach]].<ref>http://www.plymouth-tuc.co.uk/Website/Resources/People's%20Charter.pdf</ref>
 
The People's Charter attracted support from various high-profile politicians including [[Jeremy Corbyn]], [[Tony Benn]] and [[John McDonnell (politician)|John McDonnell]], and a number of personalities from the arts world including [[Billy Bragg]], [[Linton Kwesi Johnson]], [[Mark Thomas]] and [[Ken Loach]].<ref>http://www.plymouth-tuc.co.uk/Website/Resources/People's%20Charter.pdf</ref>
   
It has also been endorsed by the [[Communist Party of Britain]],<ref>http://communist-party.org.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=category&layout=blog&id=96&Itemid=117</ref> [[Labour Representation Committee (2004)|Labour Representation Committee]],<ref>http://l-r-c.org.uk/news/story/peoples-charter-convention-sat-21-nov/</ref> the Scottish [[Campaign for Socialism]],<ref>http://www.thecitizen.org.uk/?p=110</ref> and the [[Socialist Party (England and Wales)|Socialist Party]].<ref>http://www.socialistpartyscotland.org.uk/news-a-analysis/uk-news/189-is-the-peoples-charter-a-step-towards-workers-political-representation</ref>
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It has also been endorsed by the [[Communist Party of Britain]],<ref>{{cite web|url=http://communist-party.org.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=category&layout=blog&id=96&Itemid=117|title=Marx Oration|website=communist-party.org.uk}}</ref> [[Labour Representation Committee (2004)|Labour Representation Committee]],<ref>http://l-r-c.org.uk/news/story/peoples-charter-convention-sat-21-nov/</ref> the Scottish [[Campaign for Socialism]],<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.thecitizen.org.uk/?p=110|title=Suspended website - This website has been suspended|website=www.thecitizen.org.uk}}</ref> and the [[Socialist Party (England and Wales)|Socialist Party]].<ref>http://www.socialistpartyscotland.org.uk/news-a-analysis/uk-news/189-is-the-peoples-charter-a-step-towards-workers-political-representation</ref>
   
 
==Criticisms==
 
==Criticisms==

Sakura Tange

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*''[[The World God Only Knows]]'' (2010-2012), Yotsuba Sugimoto<!--杉本四葉--><ref name="kaminomi2 ep12">{{cite episode | series = The World God Only Knows II | serieslink = The World God Only Knows | title = Summer Wars | airdate = June 28, 2011 | network = TV Tokyo | episodelink=List of The World God Only Knows episodes#The World God Only Knows II| number = 12 | at=Closing credits}}</ref>
 
*''[[The World God Only Knows]]'' (2010-2012), Yotsuba Sugimoto<!--杉本四葉--><ref name="kaminomi2 ep12">{{cite episode | series = The World God Only Knows II | serieslink = The World God Only Knows | title = Summer Wars | airdate = June 28, 2011 | network = TV Tokyo | episodelink=List of The World God Only Knows episodes#The World God Only Knows II| number = 12 | at=Closing credits}}</ref>
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*''[[Dog Days]]'' (2011), Violet Amaretto
 
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*''[[Aquarion Evol]]'' (2012), Crea Dolosera
 
*''[[Aquarion Evol]]'' (2012), Crea Dolosera

Talk:Rhythm and blues

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Image location

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I meant that it would be helpful to have opinions from other parties, other than the two of you.--[[User:DanJazzy|DanJazzy]] ([[User talk:DanJazzy|talk]]) 20:39, 7 February 2018 (UTC)
 
I meant that it would be helpful to have opinions from other parties, other than the two of you.--[[User:DanJazzy|DanJazzy]] ([[User talk:DanJazzy|talk]]) 20:39, 7 February 2018 (UTC)
 
:I'm just not seeing what you'd be presenting to the other parties. What would you say to them to convince them that the image should be where you want it, rather than where I argued is the better placement? As far as I can tell, this isn't a question of two defensible positions that can't agree; it's a reasoned argument against a personal preference. You haven't addressed any of my substantive points. [[User:Chubbles|Chubbles]] ([[User talk:Chubbles|talk]]) 21:10, 7 February 2018 (UTC)
 
:I'm just not seeing what you'd be presenting to the other parties. What would you say to them to convince them that the image should be where you want it, rather than where I argued is the better placement? As far as I can tell, this isn't a question of two defensible positions that can't agree; it's a reasoned argument against a personal preference. You haven't addressed any of my substantive points. [[User:Chubbles|Chubbles]] ([[User talk:Chubbles|talk]]) 21:10, 7 February 2018 (UTC)
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Sorry not my rules, it's Wikipedia. If there's no consensus on contentious issues,then there are administrative arrangements to solve the impasse.[[User:DanJazzy|DanJazzy]] ([[User talk:DanJazzy|talk]]) 07:59, 8 February 2018 (UTC)

Shaminder

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Shaminder is an actor, known for Sultana Daku (1982), Dukh Bhanjan Tera Naam (1974), Mera Desh Mera Dharam (1973) , Daku Mansingh [1971], Bank robbery [1969], Oos Raat Ke Baad (1969), Anpadh (1962) and Aas Ka Panchhi (1961)

==Early life and education==

Full name is Shaminder Singh. Born in a village in East Punjab, Shaminder hails from a well-to-do family which was prejudiced against his joining films. But, since childhood, he had an urge to sing and after successfully crooning for H.M.V and the Delhi and the Jullunder stations of A.I.R. he landed in Bombay in search of a 'break' for his talents.

Shaminder has had the privilege to work with some of our well-known music directors including Roshan, Sardul Kwatra and Shankar Jaikishan.

Stewart Island

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[[File:Stewart Island.jpg|thumb|Satellite image of Stewart Island/Rakiura]]
 
[[File:Stewart Island.jpg|thumb|Satellite image of Stewart Island/Rakiura]]
 
[[File:Stewart Island as seen from i plane.jpg|thumb|Northern part of Stewart Island, with a view over some of the bays]]
 
[[File:Stewart Island as seen from i plane.jpg|thumb|Northern part of Stewart Island, with a view over some of the bays]]
[[File:AuroraAustralisPaulMoss.JPG|thumb|Aurora Australis [[47th parallel south|latitude 47° south]]. Taken at [[Bluff, New Zealand|Bluff]], [[New Zealand]], looking toward Stewart Island/Rakiura. [[Crux]] (the [[Crux|Southern Cross]]) is clearly visible.]]
 
   
 
Stewart Island has an area of {{convert|1680|km2|sqmi}}.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/stewart-islandrakiura/1 |title=Stewart Island/Rakiura – New Zealand's third main island |first=Carl |last=Walrond |date= 3 September 2012 |work=Encyclopedia of New Zealand |publisher=Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage |accessdate=16 December 2012}}</ref> Its terrain is hilly and, like most of New Zealand, Stewart Island has an [[Oceanic climate]]. The north is dominated by the swampy valley of the [[Freshwater River, New Zealand|Freshwater River]]. The river rises close to the northwestern coast and flows southeastwards into the large indentation of [[Paterson Inlet, New Zealand|Paterson Inlet]]. The highest peak is [[Mount Anglem, New Zealand|Mount Anglem]] ({{convert|980|m}}), close to the northern coast. It is one of a rim of ridges that surround Freshwater Valley.
 
Stewart Island has an area of {{convert|1680|km2|sqmi}}.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/stewart-islandrakiura/1 |title=Stewart Island/Rakiura – New Zealand's third main island |first=Carl |last=Walrond |date= 3 September 2012 |work=Encyclopedia of New Zealand |publisher=Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage |accessdate=16 December 2012}}</ref> Its terrain is hilly and, like most of New Zealand, Stewart Island has an [[Oceanic climate]]. The north is dominated by the swampy valley of the [[Freshwater River, New Zealand|Freshwater River]]. The river rises close to the northwestern coast and flows southeastwards into the large indentation of [[Paterson Inlet, New Zealand|Paterson Inlet]]. The highest peak is [[Mount Anglem, New Zealand|Mount Anglem]] ({{convert|980|m}}), close to the northern coast. It is one of a rim of ridges that surround Freshwater Valley.

War for the Planet of the Apes

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==Plot==
 
==Plot==
 
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Two years after [[Dawn of the Planet of the Apes|the U.S. military was called]] to fight off an increasingly intelligent tribe of apes, starting a devastating war between the species, the apes' clan, led by the chimpanzee Caesar, are attacked in the woods by a rogue paramilitary faction known as Alpha-Omega, led by a ruthless Colonel. Alpha-Omega has in its service apes (called "donkeys") that had previously followed Koba, a human-hating [[bonobo]] who led a failed [[coup]] against Caesar and started the war after leading a vengeful attack against [[Dawn of the Planet of the Apes|human survivors in San Francisco]].
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Two years after [[Dawn of the Planet of the Apes|the U.S. military was called]] to fight off an increasingly intelligent tribe of apes, starting a devastating war between the species, the apes' clan, led by the chimpanzee Caesar, are attacked in the woods by a rogue paramilitary faction known as Alpha-Omega, led by a ruthless Colonel. Alpha-Omega has in its service apes (called "donkeys") that had previously followed Koba, a human-hating [[bonobo]] who led a failed [[coup]] against Caesar and started the war after leading a vengeful assault against [[Dawn of the Planet of the Apes|human survivors in San Francisco]].
   
 
During Alpha-Omega's attack, the human soldiers are met by heavy ape resistance. Four soldiers and a "donkey" gorilla named Red are captured by the apes. Caesar arrives and releases the human soldiers, telling them to deliver a message to the Colonel - that he killed Koba for starting the war and that he desires peace between the humans and apes. Caesar then orders that Red is to be imprisoned but Red escapes, injuring albino gorilla Winter.
 
During Alpha-Omega's attack, the human soldiers are met by heavy ape resistance. Four soldiers and a "donkey" gorilla named Red are captured by the apes. Caesar arrives and releases the human soldiers, telling them to deliver a message to the Colonel - that he killed Koba for starting the war and that he desires peace between the humans and apes. Caesar then orders that Red is to be imprisoned but Red escapes, injuring albino gorilla Winter.

Human evolution

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[[File:Akha cropped.png|thumb|upright|''[[Homo sapiens]]'']]
 
[[File:Akha cropped.png|thumb|upright|''[[Homo sapiens]]'']]
'''Human evolution''' is the most butiful thing that have ever happend(you are also butiful). The [[evolution]]ary process that led to the emergence of [[anatomically modern humans]], beginning with the [[Primate evolution|evolutionary history]] of [[primate]]s – in particular [[genus]] ''[[Homo]]'' – and leading to the emergence of ''[[Homo sapiens]]'' as a distinct species of the [[Hominid|hominid family]], the great apes. This process involved the gradual development of traits such as [[Human skeletal changes due to bipedalism|human bipedalism]] and [[language]].<ref name="HallHallgrímsson2011c">{{cite book|author1=Brian K. Hall|authorlink1=Brian K. Hall|author2=Benedikt Hallgrímsson|title=Strickberger's Evolution|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=CrJsNQ5wX8oC&pg=PA488|year=2011|publisher=Jones & Bartlett Publishers|isbn=978-1-4496-6390-2|page=488}}</ref>
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'''Human evolution''' is the [[evolution]]ary process that led to the emergence of [[anatomically modern humans]], beginning with the [[Primate evolution|evolutionary history]] of [[primate]]s – in particular [[genus]] ''[[Homo]]'' – and leading to the emergence of ''[[Homo sapiens]]'' as a distinct species of the [[Hominid|hominid family]], the great apes. This process involved the gradual development of traits such as [[Human skeletal changes due to bipedalism|human bipedalism]] and [[language]].<ref name="HallHallgrímsson2011c">{{cite book|author1=Brian K. Hall|authorlink1=Brian K. Hall|author2=Benedikt Hallgrímsson|title=Strickberger's Evolution|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=CrJsNQ5wX8oC&pg=PA488|year=2011|publisher=Jones & Bartlett Publishers|isbn=978-1-4496-6390-2|page=488}}</ref>
   
 
The study of human evolution involves many scientific disciplines, including [[Biological anthropology|physical anthropology]], [[primatology]], [[archaeology]], [[paleontology]], [[neurobiology]], [[ethology]], [[linguistics]], [[evolutionary psychology]], [[embryology]] and [[genetics]].<ref>{{cite journal |last=Heng |first=Henry H. Q. |date=May 2009 |title=The genome-centric concept: resynthesis of evolutionary theory |journal=[[BioEssays]] |location=Hoboken, NJ |publisher=[[John Wiley & Sons]] |volume=31 |issue=5 |pages=512–525 |doi=10.1002/bies.200800182 |issn=0265-9247 |pmid=19334004}}</ref> Genetic studies show that primates diverged from other [[mammal]]s about {{Mya|85}}, in the [[Late Cretaceous]] period, and the earliest [[fossil]]s appear in the [[Paleocene]], around {{Mya|55}}.<ref>{{cite web |url=https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/evolution/meet-your-ancestors.html |title=Meet Your Ancestors |last=Tyson |first=Peter |date=July 1, 2008 |work=[[Nova ScienceNow|NOVA scienceNOW]] |publisher=[[PBS]]; [[WGBH Educational Foundation]] |accessdate=2015-04-18}}</ref>
 
The study of human evolution involves many scientific disciplines, including [[Biological anthropology|physical anthropology]], [[primatology]], [[archaeology]], [[paleontology]], [[neurobiology]], [[ethology]], [[linguistics]], [[evolutionary psychology]], [[embryology]] and [[genetics]].<ref>{{cite journal |last=Heng |first=Henry H. Q. |date=May 2009 |title=The genome-centric concept: resynthesis of evolutionary theory |journal=[[BioEssays]] |location=Hoboken, NJ |publisher=[[John Wiley & Sons]] |volume=31 |issue=5 |pages=512–525 |doi=10.1002/bies.200800182 |issn=0265-9247 |pmid=19334004}}</ref> Genetic studies show that primates diverged from other [[mammal]]s about {{Mya|85}}, in the [[Late Cretaceous]] period, and the earliest [[fossil]]s appear in the [[Paleocene]], around {{Mya|55}}.<ref>{{cite web |url=https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/evolution/meet-your-ancestors.html |title=Meet Your Ancestors |last=Tyson |first=Peter |date=July 1, 2008 |work=[[Nova ScienceNow|NOVA scienceNOW]] |publisher=[[PBS]]; [[WGBH Educational Foundation]] |accessdate=2015-04-18}}</ref>

Salvador Puig Antich

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'''Salvador Puig Antich''' [{{IPA|ˈpudʒ ənˈtik}}] (1948–1974) was a Catalan militant [[Anarchism|anarchist]] whose unpopular execution under Spain's [[Franco regime]] made him a ''[[cause célèbre]]'' for Catalan autonomists and anarchists. After fighting the Franco regime with the [[Iberian Liberation Movement]] in the early 1970s, he was convicted and executed for the death of [[Civil Guard (Spain)|a policeman]] during a shoot out.
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'''Salvador Puig Antich''' [{{IPA|ˈpudʒ ənˈtik}}] (1948–1974) was a Catalan militant [[Anarchism|anarchist]] whose unpopular execution under Spain's [[Francoist State]] made him a ''[[cause célèbre]]'' for Catalan autonomists and anarchists. After fighting the Francoist State with the [[Iberian Liberation Movement]] in the early 1970s, he was convicted and executed for the death of [[Civil Guard (Spain)|a policeman]] during a shoot out.
   
 
Catalonians viewed Puig Antich's judicial death as symbolic retribution for the region's [[Catalan independence|fight for autonomy]], and his name became commonplace in Barcelona. The incident inspired works by Catalan artists [[Joan Miró]] and [[Antoni Tàpies]], and a satirical play by the Catalan theater group [[Els Joglars]]. The 2006 film ''[[Salvador (2006 film)|Salvador]]'' depicts Puig Antich's time on death row. After the [[Spanish Supreme Court]] declined an effort to review the execution, an Argentine court adopted the case under [[universal jurisdiction]] in 2013.
 
Catalonians viewed Puig Antich's judicial death as symbolic retribution for the region's [[Catalan independence|fight for autonomy]], and his name became commonplace in Barcelona. The incident inspired works by Catalan artists [[Joan Miró]] and [[Antoni Tàpies]], and a satirical play by the Catalan theater group [[Els Joglars]]. The 2006 film ''[[Salvador (2006 film)|Salvador]]'' depicts Puig Antich's time on death row. After the [[Spanish Supreme Court]] declined an effort to review the execution, an Argentine court adopted the case under [[universal jurisdiction]] in 2013.
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== Iberian Liberation Movement ==
 
== Iberian Liberation Movement ==
   
Salvador Puig Antich was born May 30, 1948, in [[Barcelona]], Spain. He was a member of the [[Workers' Commissions]] before he joined the [[Iberian Liberation Movement]] (''Movimiento Ibérico de Liberación'', or MIL). The group organized armed robberies against banks, which they called "expropriations", allegedly to fund their actions against the [[Franco regime]] in 1972 and 1973. After a series of these robberies, he was arrested for the death of [[Civil Guard (Spain)|a policeman]] during a shoot out. The war council sentenced him to death by [[garrote vil]] in the ''Model'' prison.{{r|Catalan Encyclopedia}} His execution proceeded despite international outcry,<ref name="Hensbergen2013">{{cite book|last=Hensbergen|first=Gijs van|title=Guernica: The Biography of a Twentieth-Century Icon|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=7MbJ7bzsbo8C&pg=PA285|year=2013|publisher=A&C Black|isbn=978-1-4088-4148-8|page=285}}</ref><ref name="Anaya2001">{{cite book|last=Anaya|first=Pilar Ortuño|title=European Socialists and Spain: The Transition to Democracy, 1959-77|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=PMWADAAAQBAJ&pg=PA67|year=2001|publisher=[[Palgrave Macmillan]]|isbn=978-1-4039-0701-1|page=67}}</ref>{{r|Payne2011}} as Spain's second state execution in eight years.{{r|Payne2011}} College students in Barcelona and Madrid went on strike in protest of the execution, whereupon they fought with police.<ref>{{Cite news |title=News Summary and Index |work=[[The New York Times]] |date=1974-03-05 |url=https://www.nytimes.com/1974/03/05/archives/news-summary-and-index-the-major-events-of-the-day-the-other-news.html |issn=0362-4331 |df=mdy-all }}</ref>
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Salvador Puig Antich was born May 30, 1948, in [[Barcelona]], Spain. He was a member of the [[Workers' Commissions]] before he joined the [[Iberian Liberation Movement]] (''Movimiento Ibérico de Liberación'', or MIL). The group organized armed robberies against banks, which they called "expropriations", allegedly to fund their actions against [[Francoist Spain]] in 1972 and 1973. After a series of these robberies, he was arrested for the death of [[Civil Guard (Spain)|a policeman]] during a shoot out. The war council sentenced him to death by [[garrote vil]] in the ''Model'' prison.{{r|Catalan Encyclopedia}} His execution proceeded despite international outcry,<ref name="Hensbergen2013">{{cite book|last=Hensbergen|first=Gijs van|title=Guernica: The Biography of a Twentieth-Century Icon|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=7MbJ7bzsbo8C&pg=PA285|year=2013|publisher=A&C Black|isbn=978-1-4088-4148-8|page=285}}</ref><ref name="Anaya2001">{{cite book|last=Anaya|first=Pilar Ortuño|title=European Socialists and Spain: The Transition to Democracy, 1959-77|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=PMWADAAAQBAJ&pg=PA67|year=2001|publisher=[[Palgrave Macmillan]]|isbn=978-1-4039-0701-1|page=67}}</ref>{{r|Payne2011}} as Spain's second state execution in eight years.{{r|Payne2011}} College students in Barcelona and Madrid went on strike in protest of the execution, whereupon they fought with police.<ref>{{Cite news |title=News Summary and Index |work=[[The New York Times]] |date=1974-03-05 |url=https://www.nytimes.com/1974/03/05/archives/news-summary-and-index-the-major-events-of-the-day-the-other-news.html |issn=0362-4331 |df=mdy-all }}</ref>
   
 
== Legacy ==
 
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Catalonians interpreted Puig Antich's execution as symbolic retaliation for the region's [[Catalan independence|fight for autonomy]], which led to public demonstrations.{{r|Payne2011}} As one of Franco's last victims, Puig Antich became a [[celebrity|household name]] in Barcelona.<ref name="Connolly2011">{{cite book|last=Connolly|first=Tristanne|title=Spectacular Death: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Mortality and (Un)Representability|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=mZ__kDrt8doC&pg=PA144 |year=2011|publisher=Intellect Books|isbn=978-1-84150-322-6|page=144}}</ref> The [[Revolutionary Internationalist Action Groups|Groupes d'action révolutionnaire internationalistes]] (GARI) formed to avenge his death.<ref name="GildeaMark2013">{{cite book|last1=Gildea|first1=Robert|last2=Mark|first2=James|last3=Warring|first3=Anette|title=Europe's 1968: Voices of Revolt|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=jV5oAgAAQBAJ&pg=PA275|year=2013|publisher=OUP Oxford|isbn=978-0-19-165127-4|page=275}}</ref>
 
Catalonians interpreted Puig Antich's execution as symbolic retaliation for the region's [[Catalan independence|fight for autonomy]], which led to public demonstrations.{{r|Payne2011}} As one of Franco's last victims, Puig Antich became a [[celebrity|household name]] in Barcelona.<ref name="Connolly2011">{{cite book|last=Connolly|first=Tristanne|title=Spectacular Death: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Mortality and (Un)Representability|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=mZ__kDrt8doC&pg=PA144 |year=2011|publisher=Intellect Books|isbn=978-1-84150-322-6|page=144}}</ref> The [[Revolutionary Internationalist Action Groups|Groupes d'action révolutionnaire internationalistes]] (GARI) formed to avenge his death.<ref name="GildeaMark2013">{{cite book|last1=Gildea|first1=Robert|last2=Mark|first2=James|last3=Warring|first3=Anette|title=Europe's 1968: Voices of Revolt|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=jV5oAgAAQBAJ&pg=PA275|year=2013|publisher=OUP Oxford|isbn=978-0-19-165127-4|page=275}}</ref>
   
Several years after his 1974 execution, the Catalan performance group [[Els Joglars]] performed ''La torna'', a 1977 satire against torture based on Puig Antich's execution. Even though the Franco regime had fallen, along with its censorship laws, members of Els Joglars were jailed or forced into exile. Spanish theater groups protested across Spain.<ref name="Rodgers2002">{{cite book|last1=George|first1=David|editor-last=Rodgers|editor-first=Eamonn|title=Encyclopedia of Contemporary Spanish Culture|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=EUuEAgAAQBAJ&pg=PA277 |year=2002|publisher=[[Routledge]]|isbn=978-1-134-78859-0|pages=277–278|chapter=Els Joglars}}</ref> Catalan painters [[Joan Miró]] and [[Antoni Tàpies]] both alluded to Puig Antich's execution in their mid-1970s work.{{r|Searle|Tàpies in perspective}} Miró's ''The Hope of a Condemned Man'' triptych features a line that "sighs and falls with faltering resignation" and flicked paint.{{r|Searle}} Tàpies's ''Assassins'' [[lithograph]] series, presented at the Parisian [[Galerie Maeght]], too was inspired by Puig Antich's execution and Spanish politics.{{r|Tàpies in perspective}} The 2006 film ''[[Salvador (2006 film)|Salvador]]'' depicts Puig Antich's time spent on death row.<ref>{{Cite web |last1=Weissberg |first1=Jay |title=Review: 'Salvador' |work=[[Variety (magazine)|Variety]] |date=2006-05-23 |url=https://variety.com/2006/film/markets-festivals/salvador-2-1200516017/ |accessdate=2017-08-08 |df=mdy-all }}</ref>
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Several years after his 1974 execution, the Catalan performance group [[Els Joglars]] performed ''La torna'', a 1977 satire against torture based on Puig Antich's execution. Even though the Francoist State had fallen, along with its censorship laws, members of Els Joglars were jailed or forced into exile. Spanish theater groups protested across Spain.<ref name="Rodgers2002">{{cite book|last1=George|first1=David|editor-last=Rodgers|editor-first=Eamonn|title=Encyclopedia of Contemporary Spanish Culture|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=EUuEAgAAQBAJ&pg=PA277 |year=2002|publisher=[[Routledge]]|isbn=978-1-134-78859-0|pages=277–278|chapter=Els Joglars}}</ref> Catalan painters [[Joan Miró]] and [[Antoni Tàpies]] both alluded to Puig Antich's execution in their mid-1970s work.{{r|Searle|Tàpies in perspective}} Miró's ''The Hope of a Condemned Man'' triptych features a line that "sighs and falls with faltering resignation" and flicked paint.{{r|Searle}} Tàpies's ''Assassins'' [[lithograph]] series, presented at the Parisian [[Galerie Maeght]], too was inspired by Puig Antich's execution and Spanish politics.{{r|Tàpies in perspective}} The 2006 film ''[[Salvador (2006 film)|Salvador]]'' depicts Puig Antich's time spent on death row.<ref>{{Cite web |last1=Weissberg |first1=Jay |title=Review: 'Salvador' |work=[[Variety (magazine)|Variety]] |date=2006-05-23 |url=https://variety.com/2006/film/markets-festivals/salvador-2-1200516017/ |accessdate=2017-08-08 |df=mdy-all }}</ref>
   
An effort by family members and outside groups to review Puig Antich's case was rejected by the [[Spanish Supreme Court]] in 2007, but an Argentine judge adopted the case with those of other Franco regime victims under [[universal jurisdiction]] in 2013.{{r|Catalan Encyclopedia}}
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An effort by family members and outside groups to review Puig Antich's case was rejected by the [[Spanish Supreme Court]] in 2007, but an Argentine judge adopted the case with those of other Francoist victims under [[universal jurisdiction]] in 2013.{{r|Catalan Encyclopedia}}
   
 
Puig Antich is interred in the [[Montjuïc Cemetery]] in Barcelona.
 
Puig Antich is interred in the [[Montjuïc Cemetery]] in Barcelona.

Quintessence (horse)

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Background

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==Background==
 
==Background==
Quintessence was [[Bay (horse)|bay]] [[filly]] foaled in 1900 and bred by Evelyn Edward Thomas Boscawen, 7th Viscount Falmouth. She was a daughter of [[St. Frusquin]], who won the [[2000 Guineas]] and [[Eclipse Stakes]] in 1896. St Frusquin was also a successful sire and was [[Leading sire in Great Britain and Ireland|Champion sire]] in Britain. His other progeny included [[St. Amant (horse)|St. Amant]], [[1000 Guineas]] winners Rhodora and Flair and [[Epsom Oaks]] winners Rosedrop and [[Mirska]].<ref>{{cite web|author=|url=http://www.tbheritage.com/Portraits/StFrusquin.html |title=St. Frusquin |publisher=Tbheritage.com |date= |accessdate=2012-11-28}}</ref> Quintessence's [[Mare|dam]], Margarine, was a daughter of 2000 Guineas winner [[Petrarch (horse)|Petrarch]].<ref name="tbheritage1">{{cite web|url=http://www.tbheritage.com/Portraits/Petrarch.html |title=Petrarch |publisher=Tbheritage.com |date= |accessdate=2012-11-28}}</ref>
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Quintessence was [[Bay (horse)|bay]] [[filly]] foaled in 1900 and bred by Evelyn Edward Thomas Boscawen, 7th Viscount Falmouth. She was a daughter of [[St. Frusquin]], who won the [[2000 Guineas]] and [[Eclipse Stakes]] in 1896. St Frusquin was also a successful sire and was [[Leading sire in Great Britain and Ireland|Champion sire]] in Britain. His other progeny included [[St. Amant (horse)|St. Amant]], [[1000 Guineas]] winners Rhodora and Flair and [[Epsom Oaks]] winners [[Rosedrop]] and [[Mirska]].<ref>{{cite web|author=|url=http://www.tbheritage.com/Portraits/StFrusquin.html |title=St. Frusquin |publisher=Tbheritage.com |date= |accessdate=2012-11-28}}</ref> Quintessence's [[Mare|dam]], Margarine, was a daughter of 2000 Guineas winner [[Petrarch (horse)|Petrarch]].<ref name="tbheritage1">{{cite web|url=http://www.tbheritage.com/Portraits/Petrarch.html |title=Petrarch |publisher=Tbheritage.com |date= |accessdate=2012-11-28}}</ref>
   
 
==Racing career==
 
==Racing career==

Little Barford

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[[Category:Villages in Bedfordshire]]
 
[[Category:Villages in Bedfordshire]]
 
[[Category:Civil parishes in Bedfordshire]]
 
[[Category:Civil parishes in Bedfordshire]]
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Scotts

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*[[Scotts (band)]], a modern Swedish dansband established in 1992
 
*[[Scotts (band)]], a modern Swedish dansband established in 1992
 
*[[Scotts Shipbuilding and Engineering Company]], often referred to simply as "Scotts", a Scottish shipbuilding company 1711–1993
 
*[[Scotts Shipbuilding and Engineering Company]], often referred to simply as "Scotts", a Scottish shipbuilding company 1711–1993
*[[Scotts Clothing Shop]], a clothing store based in the UK
 
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==