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Lindbergh kidnapping

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On March 1, 1932, '''Charles Augustus Lindbergh Jr.''', 20-month-old baby son of aviator [[Charles Lindbergh]] and [[Anne Morrow Lindbergh]], was abducted from his home in [[Highfields (Amwell and Hopewell, New Jersey)|Highfields]], New Jersey, United States.<ref>{{Cite news | first=Barbara |last=Gill |title=Lindbergh kidnapping rocked the world 50 years ago |work=[[The Hunterdon County Democrat]] |year=1981 | accessdate=December 30, 2008| quote=So while the world's attention was focused on Hopewell, from which the first press dispatches emanated about the kidnapping, the Democrat made sure its readers knew that the new home of Col. Charles A. Lindbergh and Anne Morrow Lindbergh was in East Amwell Township, Hunterdon County.| url=http://www.nj.com/lindbergh/hunterdon/index.ssf?/lindbergh/stories/demcovr.html}}</ref> On May 12, his body<ref name="Eaglet">{{Cite web | last = Aiuto| first = Russell| title = The Theft of the Eaglet| work = The Lindbergh Kidnapping| publisher = TruTv| url = http://www.trutv.com/library/crime/notorious_murders/famous/lindbergh/index_1.html| accessdate =June 24, 2009}}</ref> was discovered nearby.<ref name="Lindbergh web">{{Cite web | title = Lindbergh Kidnapping Index| url =http://www.charleslindbergh.com/kidnap/| accessdate = October 16, 2013}}</ref>
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On March 1, 1932, '''Charles Augustus Lindbergh Jr.''', 20-month-old son of aviator [[Charles Lindbergh]] and [[Anne Morrow Lindbergh]], was abducted from his home in [[Highfields (Amwell and Hopewell, New Jersey)|Highfields]], New Jersey, United States.<ref>{{Cite news | first=Barbara |last=Gill |title=Lindbergh kidnapping rocked the world 50 years ago |work=[[The Hunterdon County Democrat]] |year=1981 | accessdate=December 30, 2008| quote=So while the world's attention was focused on Hopewell, from which the first press dispatches emanated about the kidnapping, the Democrat made sure its readers knew that the new home of Col. Charles A. Lindbergh and Anne Morrow Lindbergh was in East Amwell Township, Hunterdon County.| url=http://www.nj.com/lindbergh/hunterdon/index.ssf?/lindbergh/stories/demcovr.html}}</ref> On May 12, his body<ref name="Eaglet">{{Cite web | last = Aiuto| first = Russell| title = The Theft of the Eaglet| work = The Lindbergh Kidnapping| publisher = TruTv| url = http://www.trutv.com/library/crime/notorious_murders/famous/lindbergh/index_1.html| accessdate =June 24, 2009}}</ref> was discovered nearby.<ref name="Lindbergh web">{{Cite web | title = Lindbergh Kidnapping Index| url =http://www.charleslindbergh.com/kidnap/| accessdate = October 16, 2013}}</ref>
   
 
In September 1934, [[Bruno Richard Hauptmann]] was arrested for the crime. After a trial that lasted from January 2 to February 13, 1935, he was found guilty of first-degree murder and sentenced to death. Despite his conviction, he continued to profess his innocence, but all appeals failed and he was executed in the [[electric chair]] at the [[New Jersey State Prison]] on April 3, 1936.<ref name="linder">{{Cite web| last = Linder| first = Douglas| title = The Trial of Richard "Bruno" Hauptmann: An Account| publisher = University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law| year = 2005| url = http://www.law.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/Hauptmann/AccountHauptmann.html| accessdate = June 24, 2009| deadurl = yes| archiveurl = https://web.archive.org/web/20090709013003/http://www.law.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/Hauptmann/AccountHauptmann.html| archivedate = July 9, 2009| df = mdy-all}}</ref>
 
In September 1934, [[Bruno Richard Hauptmann]] was arrested for the crime. After a trial that lasted from January 2 to February 13, 1935, he was found guilty of first-degree murder and sentenced to death. Despite his conviction, he continued to profess his innocence, but all appeals failed and he was executed in the [[electric chair]] at the [[New Jersey State Prison]] on April 3, 1936.<ref name="linder">{{Cite web| last = Linder| first = Douglas| title = The Trial of Richard "Bruno" Hauptmann: An Account| publisher = University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law| year = 2005| url = http://www.law.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/Hauptmann/AccountHauptmann.html| accessdate = June 24, 2009| deadurl = yes| archiveurl = https://web.archive.org/web/20090709013003/http://www.law.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/Hauptmann/AccountHauptmann.html| archivedate = July 9, 2009| df = mdy-all}}</ref>

Goran Stojiljković (footballer)

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'''Goran Stojiljković''' ([[Serbian Cyrillic]]: Гopaн Cтojиљкoвић; born 14 December 1970 in [[Leskovac]]) is a [[Serbia]]n retired [[Association football|footballer]] who played as a [[Forward (association football)|forward]].
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'''Goran Stojiljković''' ([[Serbian Cyrillic]]: Горан Cтojиљкoвић; born 14 December 1970 in [[Leskovac]]) is a [[Serbia]]n retired [[Association football|footballer]] who played as a [[Forward (association football)|forward]].
   
 
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==Football career==

Kacey Bellamy

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* [https://www.teamusa.org/usa-hockey/athletes/Kacey-Bellamy U.S. Olympic Team profile]
 
* [https://www.nytimes.com/2010/02/25/sports/olympics/25whockey.html New York Times]
 
* [https://www.nytimes.com/2010/02/25/sports/olympics/25whockey.html New York Times]
 
* [http://www.masslive.com/news/index.ssf/2010/04/westfield_olympian_kacey_bella.html The Republican Massachusetts: Westfield Olympian Kacey Bellamy adds White House visit to accomplishments]
 
* [http://www.masslive.com/news/index.ssf/2010/04/westfield_olympian_kacey_bella.html The Republican Massachusetts: Westfield Olympian Kacey Bellamy adds White House visit to accomplishments]

Talk:Nial Family

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== Nial Family ==

The Nial family refers to the family of Basant which is a prominent Indian show business family, and is one of the prominent Bollywood film clans. Multiple members of the family have been actors, screenwriters, film directors and producers in the Hindi film industry of India. BhaveshNial 08:36, 11 February 2018 (UTC)

User talk:Cncs wikipedia

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Category talk:Qatari cross country runners

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Goran Bošković (footballer, born 1976)

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'''Goran Bošković''' ([[Serbian Cyrillic]]: Гopaн Бoшковић ;born October 11, 1976 in [[Belgrade]]) is a [[Serbia]]n [[Association football|football]] midfielder currently playing for [[FK Radnički Nova Pazova]] in the [[Srpska Liga Vojvodina]].
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'''Goran Bošković''' ([[Serbian Cyrillic]]: Горан Бoшковић ;born October 11, 1976 in [[Belgrade]]) is a [[Serbia]]n [[Association football|football]] midfielder currently playing for [[FK Radnički Nova Pazova]] in the [[Srpska Liga Vojvodina]].
   
 
Previously, he represented several domestic clubs as [[FK Mladost Lučani]], [[Red Star Belgrade]], [[FK Sutjeska Nikšić]], [[FK Radnički Obrenovac]], [[FK Zemun]], [[FK Mladost Lučani]], but also abroad, as Turkish club [[Siirtspor]], and Kazakh clubs [[FC Irtysh Pavlodar]], [[FC Kairat]] and [[FC Atyrau]].
 
Previously, he represented several domestic clubs as [[FK Mladost Lučani]], [[Red Star Belgrade]], [[FK Sutjeska Nikšić]], [[FK Radnički Obrenovac]], [[FK Zemun]], [[FK Mladost Lučani]], but also abroad, as Turkish club [[Siirtspor]], and Kazakh clubs [[FC Irtysh Pavlodar]], [[FC Kairat]] and [[FC Atyrau]].

Gaocun (disambiguation)

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Goran Marić (footballer)

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'''Goran Marić Govorcin''' ([[Serbian Cyrillic]]: Гopaн Mapић; born 23 March 1984) is a [[Serbia]]n professional [[Association football|footballer]] who plays as a [[Forward (association football)#Striker|striker]].
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'''Goran Marić Govorcin''' ([[Serbian Cyrillic]]: Горан Mapић; born 23 March 1984) is a [[Serbia]]n professional [[Association football|footballer]] who plays as a [[Forward (association football)#Striker|striker]].
   
 
He spent most of his career in Spain, almost exclusively in the lower leagues with [[Celta de Vigo B]].
 
He spent most of his career in Spain, almost exclusively in the lower leagues with [[Celta de Vigo B]].

Ty - supermodel (cycle 3)

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List of The Lion King characters

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==Introduced in ''The Lion Guard'' (2015–present)==
 
==Introduced in ''The Lion Guard'' (2015–present)==
 
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===Kion===
''Kion'' (voiced by [[Max Charles]]<ref name="ew.com">{{cite web|url=http://www.ew.com/article/2015/08/11/lion-king-spinoff-voice-cast-rob-lowe-gabrielle-union|title=Lion King spinoff voice cast includes Rob Lowe, Gabrielle Union, James Earl Jones, and more - EW.com|work=Entertainment Weekly's EW.com}}</ref>) is the son of Simba and Nala, Kiara's younger brother, Mufasa, Sarabi, Sarafina and Nala's father's grandson and Scar's great-nephew. His name is derived from the Swahili word "Kiongozi" ("leader") and he has a power called the Roar of the Elders which when used causes the lion spirits of the Pride Lands past to roar with him.
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''Kion'' (voiced by [[Max Charles]]<ref name="ew.com">{{cite web|url=http://www.ew.com/article/2015/08/11/lion-king-spinoff-voice-cast-rob-lowe-gabrielle-union|title=Lion King spinoff voice cast includes Rob Lowe, Gabrielle Union, James Earl Jones, and more - EW.com|work=Entertainment Weekly's EW.com}}</ref>) is the son of Simba and Nala, Kiara's younger brother, Mufasa, Sarabi, Sarafina and Nala's father's grandson and Scar's great-nephew. His name is derived from the Swahili word "Kiongozi" ("leader") and he has a power called the Roar of the Elders which when used causes the lion spirits of the Pride Lands past to roar with him. Kion's catchphrase is "Hevi kabisa!" which means "totally intense!" in Swahili.
   
 
In ''The Lion Guard: Return of the Roar'', Simba has Kion organize the titular guard along with Bunga, Beshte, Fuli, and Ono. Kion has a strong sense of responsibility. When Kiara is cornered by Janja and his clan, Kion and the Lion Guard rescues her and force the hyenas to leave. He also demonstrates a strong yet open sense of discernment, which warms him to scavengers like Jasiri the hyena and her clan. However, more cunning neighbors such as Zira of the Outsiders and Reirei the jackal have used his trusting spirit to exert their will, only to be soundly subdued when Kion's instincts come into play.
 
In ''The Lion Guard: Return of the Roar'', Simba has Kion organize the titular guard along with Bunga, Beshte, Fuli, and Ono. Kion has a strong sense of responsibility. When Kiara is cornered by Janja and his clan, Kion and the Lion Guard rescues her and force the hyenas to leave. He also demonstrates a strong yet open sense of discernment, which warms him to scavengers like Jasiri the hyena and her clan. However, more cunning neighbors such as Zira of the Outsiders and Reirei the jackal have used his trusting spirit to exert their will, only to be soundly subdued when Kion's instincts come into play.

2011 China floods

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*[http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/china/2011yangtzedrought/index.html China Daily: From Droughts to Floods]
 
*[http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/china/2011yangtzedrought/index.html China Daily: From Droughts to Floods]
   
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Goran Vujović

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''' Goran Vujović ''' ([[Cyrillic]]: Гopaн Bуjoвић, born 3 May 1987) is a [[Montenegro|Montenegrin]] [[Association football|footballer]] who plays as [[Striker (football)|striker]] for [[FK Mash'al Mubarek|Mash'al Mubarek]] in the [[Uzbekistan Super League]].
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''' Goran Vujović ''' ([[Cyrillic]]: Горан Bуjoвић, born 3 May 1987) is a [[Montenegro|Montenegrin]] [[Association football|footballer]] who plays as [[Striker (football)|striker]] for [[FK Mash'al Mubarek|Mash'al Mubarek]] in the [[Uzbekistan Super League]].
   
 
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Index of Maryland-related articles

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Tulane Green Wave

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*[[Louisiana Superdome]] (1975–2013) — Football
 
*[[Louisiana Superdome]] (1975–2013) — Football
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*Goldring Tennis Stadium — Tennis
 
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*[[Danny Thiel Track]] and Barney Mintz Auxiliary Field — Track and Field

Colors Tamil

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'''Colors Tamil''' is an Indian television channel that primarily broadcasts Tamil entertainment shows and owned by [[Viacom 18]]. The channel will be rolling out in all major tv platforms from february 19th as confirmed by Sudhanshu Vats Group CEO of Viacom 18<ref>{{cite web|title=viacom to launch colours tamil|url=http://www.televisionpost.com/television/viacom18-to-enter-tamil-market-with-launch-of-colors-tamil-in-q4-of-2017/}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title=Colours Tamil new GEC of viacom|url=https://tvnews4u.com/viacom18-likely-to-enter-tamil-nadu-market-with-colors-tamil/}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title=Colors Tamil going to launch|url=http://brandequity.economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/media/theres-a-new-viacom18-channel-in-town-meet-colors-tamil-colors-super/58510207}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title=Colors Tamil next GEC of viacom|url=http://www.business-standard.com/article/companies/viacom18-to-enter-tamil-entertainment-market-under-colors-brand-117050400556_1.html}}</ref>
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'''Colors Tamil''' is an Indian GEC that primarily broadcasts Tamil entertainment shows and owned by [[Viacom 18]].The channel will be rolling out from 19th of February,2018 in all leading DTH and cable platforms.The NXT channel was renamed as Colors Tamil and ZAP as Colors Tamil HD. <ref>{{cite web|title=viacom to launch colours tamil|url=http://www.televisionpost.com/television/viacom18-to-enter-tamil-market-with-launch-of-colors-tamil-in-q4-of-2017/}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title=Colours Tamil new GEC of viacom|url=https://tvnews4u.com/viacom18-likely-to-enter-tamil-nadu-market-with-colors-tamil/}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title=Colors Tamil going to launch|url=http://brandequity.economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/media/theres-a-new-viacom18-channel-in-town-meet-colors-tamil-colors-super/58510207}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title=Colors Tamil next GEC of viacom|url=http://www.business-standard.com/article/companies/viacom18-to-enter-tamil-entertainment-market-under-colors-brand-117050400556_1.html}}</ref>
   
 
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Riza Aziz

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Riza Aziz is a stepson of the 6th [[Prime Minister of Malaysia]] [[Najib Razak]].<ref name="THW-Q&A" /> As of September 2015 the US Department of Justice was investigating property transactions carried out by Aziz, related to his step-father's role in the [[1Malaysia_Development_Berhad#Controversy|1MDB scandal]] in Malaysia.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.asiasentinel.com/politics/obama-dilemma-how-to-treat-malaysia-pariah-pm/|title=Obama Dilemma: How to Treat Malaysia's Pariah PM|work=Asia Sentinel}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|url=https://www.nytimes.com/2015/09/22/world/asia/malaysias-leader-najib-razak-faces-us-corruption-inquiry.html|title=Malaysia's Leader, Najib Razak, Faces U.S. Corruption Inquiry|work=The New York Times|date=September 22, 2015}}</ref> On 20 July 2016, Riza Aziz was named in FBI's 1MDB lawsuit.<ref>{{cite news|url=https://variety.com/2016/film/global/red-granites-riza-aziz-named-in-fbis-1mdb-lawsuits-1201818304/|title=Red Granite's Riza Aziz Named in FBI's 1MDB Lawsuits|work=Variety|date=October 13, 2016}}</ref> Tens of millions of dollars in funds diverted from 1MDB were used to produce the 2013 Martin Scorsese film 'The Wolf of Wall Street', the lawsuits said.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/349252|title=Riza, Jho Low and two others named in US Justice Dept lawsuit|work=malaysiakini|date=October 13, 2016}}</ref> Later, it is also revealed that "Dumb and Dumber To" and "Daddy's Home" were financed by Malaysian government investment fund through corrupt officials and financiers.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://money.cnn.com/2017/06/15/media/dumb-and-dumber-daddys-home-malaysia-1mdb/index.html|title='Dumb and Dumber To' was made with stolen cash, feds say|date=June 24, 2017}}</ref>
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Riza Aziz is a stepson of the 6th [[Prime Minister of Malaysia]] [[Najib Razak]].<ref name="THW-Q&A" /> As of September 2015 the US Department of Justice was investigating property transactions carried out by Aziz, related to his step-father's role in the [[1Malaysia_Development_Berhad#Controversy|1MDB scandal]] in Malaysia.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.asiasentinel.com/politics/obama-dilemma-how-to-treat-malaysia-pariah-pm/|title=Obama Dilemma: How to Treat Malaysia's Pariah PM|work=Asia Sentinel}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|url=https://www.nytimes.com/2015/09/22/world/asia/malaysias-leader-najib-razak-faces-us-corruption-inquiry.html|title=Malaysia's Leader, Najib Razak, Faces U.S. Corruption Inquiry|work=The New York Times|date=September 22, 2015}}</ref> On 20 July 2016, Riza Aziz was named in FBI's 1MDB lawsuit.<ref>{{cite news|url=https://variety.com/2016/film/global/red-granites-riza-aziz-named-in-fbis-1mdb-lawsuits-1201818304/|title=Red Granite's Riza Aziz Named in FBI's 1MDB Lawsuits|work=Variety|date=October 13, 2016}}</ref> Tens of millions of dollars in funds diverted from 1MDB were used to produce the 2013 Martin Scorsese film 'The Wolf of Wall Street', the lawsuits said.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/349252|title=Riza, Jho Low and two others named in US Justice Dept lawsuit|work=malaysiakini|date=October 13, 2016}}</ref> Later, it was revealed that "Dumb and Dumber To" and "Daddy's Home" were also financed by Malaysian government investment fund through corrupt officials and financiers.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://money.cnn.com/2017/06/15/media/dumb-and-dumber-daddys-home-malaysia-1mdb/index.html|title='Dumb and Dumber To' was made with stolen cash, feds say|date=June 24, 2017}}</ref>
   
 
==Filmography==
 
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Goran Mirović

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'''Goran Mirović''' ([[Serbian Cyrillic]]: Горан Mиpoвић, born 18 May 1982) is a [[Serbia]]n [[footballer (soccer)|footballer]]. He played as midfielder. He ended his career in 2017.
   
 
He also played at [[Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina]] club [[FK Rudar Prijedor|FK Rudar]], [[Macedonian First League]] clubs [[GFK Tikvesh]] and [[FK Pelister]], [[First League of the Republika Srpska]] club [[FK Borac Šamac]], [[Albanian Superliga]] club [[KS Apolonia Fier]], and [[Serbian First League]] club [[OFK Mladenovac]].
 
He also played at [[Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina]] club [[FK Rudar Prijedor|FK Rudar]], [[Macedonian First League]] clubs [[GFK Tikvesh]] and [[FK Pelister]], [[First League of the Republika Srpska]] club [[FK Borac Šamac]], [[Albanian Superliga]] club [[KS Apolonia Fier]], and [[Serbian First League]] club [[OFK Mladenovac]].

List of shipwrecks in 1843

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|desc=The [[steamship]]s collided in the [[Saint Lawrence River]] downstream of [[Yamachiche|Machiche]], [[Province of Canada]]. Both vessels sank with the loss of two lives on each ship.<ref name=Times160643>{{Cite newspaper The Times |articlename=Serious Steam-boat Collision |date=16 June 1843 |page_number=6 |issue=18324 |column=C }}</ref><ref name=Times160643b/><ref name=MP160643a/>
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|desc=The ship was wrecked on the White Island Reef. She was on a voyage from [[Sligo]] to [[Quebec City]],[[Province of Canada]], [[British North America]].<ref name=LM160643/>
 
|desc=The ship was wrecked on the White Island Reef. She was on a voyage from [[Sligo]] to [[Quebec City]],[[Province of Canada]], [[British North America]].<ref name=LM160643/>
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|desc=The ship ran aground and sank in the [[Adriatic Sea]] with the loss of several lives. She was on a voyage from [[Vienna]] to [[Bratislava]], [[Austrian Empire]].<ref name=Times160643b/><ref name=MP160643a>{{Cite news |title=Three Steamers Totally Lost |newspaper=The Morning Post |location=Lonodn |date=16 June 1843 |issue=22593 |page=7 }}</ref>
 
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|desc=The ship was wrecked at [[Aberdovey]], [[Merionethshire]] before 17 May.<ref name=Times200543/>
 
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|desc=The [[steamship]]s collided in the [[Saint Lawrence River]] downstream of [[Yamachiche|Machiche]], [[Province of Canada]]. Both vessels sank with the loss of two lives on ''Queen''.<ref name=Times160643>{{Cite newspaper The Times |articlename=Serious Steam-boat Collision |date=16 June 1843 |page_number=6 |issue=18324 |column=C }}</ref><ref name=Times160643b/>
 
 
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|ship=''Courier''
 
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|desc=The ship was abandoned in the [[Irish Sea]] and subsequently sank with the loss of one of her ten crew. Survivors were rescued by ''Sarah'' ({{flagcountry|UKGBI|civil}}). ''Courier'' was on a voyage from [[Miramichi, New Brunswick]], [[British North America]] to [[The Mumbles]], [[Glamorgan]].<ref name=Times130643/><ref name=LM160643/>
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|desc=The [[brig]] was abandoned in the [[Atlantic Ocean]] ({{coord|50|32|N|12|46|W}}) and subsequently sank with the loss of one of her ten crew. Survivors were rescued by ''Sarah'' ({{flagcountry|UKGBI|civil}}). ''Courier'' was on a voyage from [[Miramichi, New Brunswick]], [[British North America]] to [[The Mumbles]], [[Glamorgan]].<ref name=Times130643/><ref name=LM160643/><ref name=MP160643b>{{Cite news |title=Wreck of the Brig Courier |newspaper=The Morning Post |location=London |date=16 June 1843 |issue=22593 |page=7 }}</ref>
 
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|desc=The ship ran aground on the Cleopatra Rocks, in the [[Irish Sea]] off the coast of [[Anglesey]] and was severely damaged. She was on a voyage from [[Newport, Monmouthshire]] to "Boudling". She was refloated and taken into [[Holyhead]], Anglesey.<ref name=Times160643b/>
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|desc=The ship ran aground on the Cleopatra Rocks, in the [[Irish Sea]] off the coast of [[Anglesey]] and was severely damaged. She was on a voyage from [[Newport, Monmouthshire]] to [[Bowling, Dunbartonshire]]. She was refloated and taken into [[Holyhead]], Anglesey.<ref name=Times160643b/><ref name=MP160643>{{Cite news |title=Ship News |newspaper=The Morning Post |location=London |date=16 June 1843 |issue=22593 |page=7 }}</ref>
 
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|desc=The ship ran aground and was damaged on the Herd Sand, in the [[North Sea]] off the coast of [[County Durham]] before 8 June. She was refloated on 10 June and towed into [[North Shields]], County Durham.<ref name=CM150643/><ref name=NC160643>{{Cite news |title=Marine Intelligence |newspaper=The Newcastle Courant etc |location=Newcastle upon Tyne |date=16 June 1843 |issue=8793 }}</ref>
 
|desc=The ship ran aground and was damaged on the Herd Sand, in the [[North Sea]] off the coast of [[County Durham]] before 8 June. She was refloated on 10 June and towed into [[North Shields]], County Durham.<ref name=CM150643/><ref name=NC160643>{{Cite news |title=Marine Intelligence |newspaper=The Newcastle Courant etc |location=Newcastle upon Tyne |date=16 June 1843 |issue=8793 }}</ref>
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|desc=The ship ran aground and sank in the [[Adriatic Sea]] with the loss of several lives. She was on a voyage from [[Vienna]] to [[Bratislava]], [[Austrian Empire]].<ref name=Times160643b/>
 
 
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Goran Milojević

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'''Goran Milojević Radivojević''' ({{Lang-sr-cyr|Гopaн Mилojeвић}}; born 6 December 1964), known as '''Milojević''', is a retired [[Serbia]]n [[Association football|footballer]] who played as an [[Midfielder#Attacking midfielder|attacking midfielder]], and a current manager.
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'''Goran Milojević Radivojević''' ({{Lang-sr-cyr|Горан Mилojeвић}}; born 6 December 1964), known as '''Milojević''', is a retired [[Serbia]]n [[Association football|footballer]] who played as an [[Midfielder#Attacking midfielder|attacking midfielder]], and a current manager.
   
 
==Club career==
 
==Club career==

User:Sedayuhakim

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User account Sedayuhakim was created

Peter T. King

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He is a member of the [[Republican Main Street Partnership]].<ref>{{cite web|title=Members|author=|url=https://republicanmainstreet.org/members/|format=|publisher=Republican Mains Street Partnership|date=|accessdate=4 October 2017}}</ref>
 
He is a member of the [[Republican Main Street Partnership]].<ref>{{cite web|title=Members|author=|url=https://republicanmainstreet.org/members/|format=|publisher=Republican Mains Street Partnership|date=|accessdate=4 October 2017}}</ref>
   
King voted to release the [[Nunes memo]]<ref>{{cite news|last=Greenwood|first=Max|date=February 1, 2018|title=Pete King: Nunes changed 'one small part' of memo, did not affect its substance|url=http://thehill.com/homenews/house/371775-peter-king-nunes-changed-one-small-part-of-memo-but-did-not-affect-its|website=The Hill|accessdate=February 9, 2018}}</ref> written by staff members of Republican [[United States House of Representatives|U.S. Representative]] [[Devin Nunes]].<ref>{{cite news|last=Farias|first=Cristian|date=January 24, 2018|title: Why an Unreleased 4-Page Memo From Devin Nunes Is Causing a Frenzy on the Right|url=http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2018/01/devin-nunes-releasethememo-frenzy-explained.html|website=New York Magazine|accessdate=February 9, 2018}}</ref> President Trump asserted that the memo discredited the [[Special Counsel investigation (2017–present)|investigation]] into [[Russian interference in the 2016 United States elections]],<ref>{{cite news|last=Griffiths|first=Brent|date=February 3, 2018|title=Trump: Nunes memo 'totally vindicates' me|url=https://www.politico.com/story/2018/02/03/trump-nunes-memo-fbi-389079|website=POLITICO|accessdate=February 9, 2018}}</ref> but the FBI asserted that "material omissions of fact...fundamentally impact the memo's accuracy."<ref>{{cite news|last=Herb|first=Jeremy|date=February 1, 2018|title=Schiff accuses Nunes of altering memo before sending to White House|url=https://edition.cnn.com/2018/01/31/politics/house-intelligence-transcript/index.html|website=CNN|accessdate=February 9, 2018}}</ref>
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King voted to release the [[Nunes memo]]<ref>{{cite news|last=Greenwood|first=Max|date=February 1, 2018|title=Pete King: Nunes changed 'one small part' of memo, did not affect its substance|url=http://thehill.com/homenews/house/371775-peter-king-nunes-changed-one-small-part-of-memo-but-did-not-affect-its|website=The Hill|accessdate=February 9, 2018}}</ref> written by staff members of Republican [[United States House of Representatives|U.S. Representative]] [[Devin Nunes]].<ref>{{cite news |last= Farias |first= Cristian |date=January 24, 2018 |title= Why an Unreleased 4-Page Memo from Devin Nunes Is Causing a Frenzy on the Right |url= http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2018/01/devin-nunes-releasethememo-frenzy-explained.html|website=New York Magazine|accessdate=February 9, 2018}}</ref> President Trump asserted that the memo discredited the [[Special Counsel investigation (2017–present)|investigation]] into [[Russian interference in the 2016 United States elections]],<ref>{{cite news |last= Griffiths |first= Brent |date= February 3, 2018|title=Trump: Nunes memo 'totally vindicates' me |url= https://www.politico.com/story/2018/02/03/trump-nunes-memo-fbi-389079 |website= POLITICO |accessdate= February 9, 2018}}</ref> but the FBI asserted that "material omissions of fact...fundamentally impact the memo's accuracy."<ref>{{cite news|last=Herb|first=Jeremy|date=February 1, 2018|title=Schiff accuses Nunes of altering memo before sending to White House|url=https://edition.cnn.com/2018/01/31/politics/house-intelligence-transcript/index.html|website=CNN|accessdate=February 9, 2018}}</ref>
   
 
=== Economy ===
 
=== Economy ===

Wikipedia:Deletion review/Log/2018 February 9

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*'''Overturn to keep'''. There was clearly no consensus to delete at the AfD. Ignoring the AfD and closing as "delete" based solely on a previous discussion is disruptive. --[[User:Tavix| <span style="color:#000080; font-family:georgia">'''T'''avix</span>]] <sup>([[User talk:Tavix|<span style="color:#000080; font-family:georgia">talk</span>]])</sup> 02:13, 11 February 2018 (UTC)
 
*'''Overturn to keep'''. There was clearly no consensus to delete at the AfD. Ignoring the AfD and closing as "delete" based solely on a previous discussion is disruptive. --[[User:Tavix| <span style="color:#000080; font-family:georgia">'''T'''avix</span>]] <sup>([[User talk:Tavix|<span style="color:#000080; font-family:georgia">talk</span>]])</sup> 02:13, 11 February 2018 (UTC)
 
*'''Overturn''' The VPP discussion was a limited consensus not a deletion discussion and should not override what was a weak consensus to keep the articles at AFD. [[User:Reywas92|Reywas92]]<sup>[[User talk:Reywas92|'''Talk''']]</sup> 04:43, 11 February 2018 (UTC)
 
*'''Overturn''' The VPP discussion was a limited consensus not a deletion discussion and should not override what was a weak consensus to keep the articles at AFD. [[User:Reywas92|Reywas92]]<sup>[[User talk:Reywas92|'''Talk''']]</sup> 04:43, 11 February 2018 (UTC)
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*'''Overturn and keep'''. Anyone stupid enough to delete should be dragged straight to Arbcom. &mdash;[[User:Xezbeth|Xezbeth]] ([[User talk:Xezbeth|talk]]) 08:34, 11 February 2018 (UTC)
   
 
====[[:Rahul Verma (social activist)]]====
 
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[[Jesus nahm zu sich die Zwölfe, BWV 22|Jesus nahm zu sich die Zwölfe]]
 
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* ... that the third opera by '''[[Alessandro Solbiati]]''', ''Il suono giallo'', is based on [[Wassily Kandinsky]]'s experimental play ''[[The Yellow Sound]]'' and premiered in Bologna in 2015?
 
* ... that Bach composed his [[Bach cantata|cantata]] '''[[Jesus nahm zu sich die Zwölfe, BWV 22|''Jesus nahm zu sich die Zwölfe'', BWV 22]]'''[[File:cscr-featured.svg|20px]], as an audition piece for the post of [[Thomaskantor]] in Leipzig, displaying a "sheer range of forms and musical expression"?
 
* ... that Bach composed his [[Bach cantata|cantata]] '''[[Jesus nahm zu sich die Zwölfe, BWV 22|''Jesus nahm zu sich die Zwölfe'', BWV 22]]'''[[File:cscr-featured.svg|20px]], as an audition piece for the post of [[Thomaskantor]] in Leipzig, displaying a "sheer range of forms and musical expression"?
 
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Category:Cross country running in Qatar

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[[Category:Cross country running by country|Qatar]]
[[Category:Athletics in Qatar]]
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Non mi avete fatto niente

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"'''Non mi avete fatto niente'''" ([[English language|English]]: You didn't do anything to me) is a song performed by Italian singers [[Ermal Meta]] and [[Fabrizio Moro]]. It will [[Italy in the Eurovision Song Contest 2018|represent Italy]] in the [[Eurovision Song Contest 2018]].<ref>{{cite web|last1=Scarpone|first1=Cristian|title=ERMAL META AND FABRIZIO MORO WIN SANREMO AND WILL REPRESENT ITALY AT EUROVISION 2018|url=http://wiwibloggs.com/2018/02/11/ermal-meta-fabrizio-moro-win-sanremo-will-represent-italy-eurovision-2018/216774/|website=wiwibloggs.com|publisher=wiwibloggs|date=11 February 2018|accessdate=11 February 2018}}</ref>
 
"'''Non mi avete fatto niente'''" ([[English language|English]]: You didn't do anything to me) is a song performed by Italian singers [[Ermal Meta]] and [[Fabrizio Moro]]. It will [[Italy in the Eurovision Song Contest 2018|represent Italy]] in the [[Eurovision Song Contest 2018]].<ref>{{cite web|last1=Scarpone|first1=Cristian|title=ERMAL META AND FABRIZIO MORO WIN SANREMO AND WILL REPRESENT ITALY AT EUROVISION 2018|url=http://wiwibloggs.com/2018/02/11/ermal-meta-fabrizio-moro-win-sanremo-will-represent-italy-eurovision-2018/216774/|website=wiwibloggs.com|publisher=wiwibloggs|date=11 February 2018|accessdate=11 February 2018}}</ref>
   
The song deals with wars across the world and [[terrorist attacks]] in [[Europe]] - the cities of [[London]], [[Paris]], [[Nice]], and [[Barcelona]] are cited in the lyrics. The song was written consequently to the [[Manchester Arena bombing]].<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.pianetadonna.it/notizie/tempo-libero/testo-non-mi-avete-fatto-niente-riferimenti-significato-video-sanremo-2018-ermal-meta-fabrizio-moro.html|title= Non mi avete fatto niente: testo, significato riferimenti storici e video della canzone di Moro e Meta che ha vinto Sanremo 2018| website=pianetadonna.it|publisher=Pianeta Donna|date=11 February 2018|accessdate=11 February 2018}}</ref>
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The song deals with wars across the world and [[terrorist attacks]] in [[Europe]] - the cities of [[London]], [[Paris]], [[Nice]], [[Cairo]] and [[Barcelona]] are cited in the lyrics. The song was written consequently to the [[Manchester Arena bombing]].<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.pianetadonna.it/notizie/tempo-libero/testo-non-mi-avete-fatto-niente-riferimenti-significato-video-sanremo-2018-ermal-meta-fabrizio-moro.html|title= Non mi avete fatto niente: testo, significato riferimenti storici e video della canzone di Moro e Meta che ha vinto Sanremo 2018| website=pianetadonna.it|publisher=Pianeta Donna|date=11 February 2018|accessdate=11 February 2018}}</ref>
   
 
==References==
 
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St Magnus-the-Martyr

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[[File:St Magnus-the-Martyr Church Interior 1 - Diliff.jpg|thumb|left|Interior of St Magnus the Martyr]]
 
[[File:St Magnus-the-Martyr Church Interior 1 - Diliff.jpg|thumb|left|Interior of St Magnus the Martyr]]
   
[[Martin Travers]] restored the 17th century high altar reredos, including the paintings of [[Moses]] and [[Aaron]] and the [[Ten Commandments]], and reconstructed the upper storey.<ref>Although these paintings cannot be seen on pre-1924 photographs, they are mentioned in T Francis Bumpus's ''Ancient London Churches'' (1910, reissued 1923) and in an article by Philip Norman on ''The Church of St Magnus the Martyr'' in the Transactions of the St. Paul's Ecclesiological Society (1915). It appears that they had faded and the combination of strong, even lighting and longish exposure time, not to mention the quality of contemporary negatives/plates and printing technology, contributed to the loss of detail in the photographs.</ref> Above the reredos Travers added a painted and gilded rood.<ref>''London 1: The City of London'', Pevsner, N. and Bradley, S., p. 232: London, 1997 {{ISBN|0-14-071092-2}}</ref> In the centre of the reredos there is a carved gilded [[pelican]] (an early Christian symbol of self-sacrifice) and a [[Baroque]]-style roundel with dove descending, attended by cherubs. The glazed east window, which can be seen in early photographs of the church, appears to have been filled in at this time. A new altar with console tables was installed and the communion rails moved outwards to extend the size of the sanctuary. Two old door frames were used to construct side chapels and placed at an angle across the north-east and south-east corners of the church. One, the Lady Chapel, was dedicated to the Rector's parents in 1925 and the other was dedicated to Christ the King. Originally, a baroque aumbry was used for reservation of the Blessed Sacrament, but later a tabernacle was installed on the Lady Chapel altar and the aumbry was used to house a relic of the True Cross.
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[[Martin Travers]] restored the 17th century high altar reredos, including the paintings of [[Moses]] and [[Aaron]] and the [[Ten Commandments]], and reconstructed the upper storey.<ref>Although these paintings cannot be seen on pre-1924 photographs, they are mentioned in T Francis Bumpus's ''Ancient London Churches'' (1910, reissued 1923) and in an article by Philip Norman on ''The Church of St Magnus the Martyr'' in the Transactions of the St. Paul's Ecclesiological Society (1915). It appears that they had faded and the combination of strong, even lighting and longish exposure time, not to mention the quality of contemporary negatives/plates and printing technology, contributed to the loss of detail in the photographs.</ref> Above the reredos Travers added a painted and gilded rood.<ref>''London 1: The City of London'', Pevsner, N. and Bradley, S., p. 232: London, 1997 {{ISBN|0-14-071092-2}}</ref> In the centre of the reredos there is a carved gilded [[pelican]] (an early Christian symbol of self-sacrifice) and a [[Baroque]]-style roundel with dove descending, attended by cherubs.<ref>Typical of "the late stuart chancel [which] expressed a complex, sacramentally high-church, socially royalist theology, rooted in the Anglican rites, Holy Scripture, and Anglican doctrine" ''The Moral Shecinah: The Social Theology of Chancel Decoration in Seventeenth Century London'' David H. Chaundy-Smart in ''Anglican and Episcopal History'' Vol. 69 No. 2</ref> The glazed east window, which can be seen in early photographs of the church, appears to have been filled in at this time. A new altar with console tables was installed and the communion rails moved outwards to extend the size of the sanctuary. Two old door frames were used to construct side chapels and placed at an angle across the north-east and south-east corners of the church. One, the Lady Chapel, was dedicated to the Rector's parents in 1925 and the other was dedicated to Christ the King. Originally, a baroque aumbry was used for reservation of the Blessed Sacrament, but later a tabernacle was installed on the Lady Chapel altar and the aumbry was used to house a relic of the True Cross.
   
 
The interior was made to look more European by the removal of the old box pews and the installation of new pews with cut-down ends. Two new columns were inserted in the nave to make the lines regular. The Wren-period pulpit by the joiner William Grey<ref>''The Visitor's Guide to the City of London Churches'', Tucker, T., p. 55: London, 2006</ref> was opened up and provided with a soundboard and crucifix. Travers also designed the statue of St Magnus of Orkney, which stands in the south aisle, and the statue of Our Lady of Walsingham.<ref>''Anglican Papalism'', Yelton, M., p. 226: Norwich, 2005 {{ISBN|1-85311-655-6}}</ref>
 
The interior was made to look more European by the removal of the old box pews and the installation of new pews with cut-down ends. Two new columns were inserted in the nave to make the lines regular. The Wren-period pulpit by the joiner William Grey<ref>''The Visitor's Guide to the City of London Churches'', Tucker, T., p. 55: London, 2006</ref> was opened up and provided with a soundboard and crucifix. Travers also designed the statue of St Magnus of Orkney, which stands in the south aisle, and the statue of Our Lady of Walsingham.<ref>''Anglican Papalism'', Yelton, M., p. 226: Norwich, 2005 {{ISBN|1-85311-655-6}}</ref>

Gaile Lok

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The Crimson City

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| writer = [[Anthony Coldeway]](orig. story & scenario)<br/>James A. Starr(intertitles)
| starring = [[Myrna Loy]]<br/>[[Leila Hyams]]<br/>[[Anna May Wong]]
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| starring = [[Myrna Loy]]<br/>[[John Miljan]]<br/>[[Leila Hyams]]<br/>[[Anna May Wong]]
 
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| cinematography = [[Barney McGill]]
 
| cinematography = [[Barney McGill]]

Paramulia laculetana

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Satya Harishchandra (1965 Telugu film)

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'''''Satya Harishchandra''''' ([[Telugu language|Telugu]]: సత్య హరిశ్చంద్ర) is a [[Telugu film|Telugu]] [[mythological film]], based on the life of [[Harishchandra]], produced by [[B. Nagi Reddy|Nagireddy]]-[[Alur Chakrapani|Chakrapani]] on [[Vijaya Productions]] banner<ref>{{cite web|url=http://telugumoviepedia.com/movie/cast/1331/sathyaharischandra-cast.html |title=Satya Harishchandra (Banner) |work=Chitr.com}}</ref> and directed by [[K. V. Reddy]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.filmiclub.com/movie/sathya-harichandra-1965-telugu-movie |title=Satya Harishchandra (Direction) |work=Filmiclub}}</ref> Starring [[N. T. Rama Rao]], [[S. Varalakshmi]] in the lead roles<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.gomolo.com/sathya-harichandra-movie/16002 |title=Satya Harishchandra (Cast & Crew) |work=gomolo.com}}</ref> and music composed by [[Pendyala Nageswara Rao]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.knowyourfilms.com/film/Satya-Harishchandra/9968 |title=Satya Harishchandra (Preview) |work=Know Your Films}}</ref> The film was simultaneously made ad [[Kannada language|Kannada]] movie ''[[Satya Harishchandra (1965 Kannada film)|Same Title]]''.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.thecinebay.com/movie/index/id/5412?ed=Tolly |title=Satya Harishchandra (Review) |work=The Cine Bay}}</ref>
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'''''Satya Harishchandra''''' ([[Telugu language|Telugu]]: సత్య హరిశ్చంద్ర) is a [[Telugu film|Telugu]] [[mythological film]], based on the life of [[Harishchandra]], produced by [[B. Nagi Reddy|Nagireddy]]-[[Alur Chakrapani|Chakrapani]] on [[Vijaya Productions]] banner<ref>{{cite web|url=http://telugumoviepedia.com/movie/cast/1331/sathyaharischandra-cast.html |title=Satya Harishchandra (Banner) |work=Chitr.com}}</ref> and directed by [[K. V. Reddy]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.filmiclub.com/movie/sathya-harichandra-1965-telugu-movie |title=Satya Harishchandra (Direction) |work=Filmiclub}}</ref> Starring [[N. T. Rama Rao]], [[S. Varalakshmi]] in the lead roles<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.gomolo.com/sathya-harichandra-movie/16002 |title=Satya Harishchandra (Cast & Crew) |work=gomolo.com}}</ref> and music composed by [[Pendyala Nageswara Rao]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.knowyourfilms.com/film/Satya-Harishchandra/9968 |title=Satya Harishchandra (Preview) |work=Know Your Films}}</ref> The film was simultaneously made as [[Kannada language|Kannada]] movie ''[[Satya Harishchandra (1965 Kannada film)|Same Title]]''.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.thecinebay.com/movie/index/id/5412?ed=Tolly |title=Satya Harishchandra (Review) |work=The Cine Bay}}</ref>
   
 
==Cast==
 
==Cast==

Rimington

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'''Rimington''' is a rural village and [[civil parish]] in the [[Ribble Valley]], [[Lancashire]], England. The population of the civil parish was 382 at the 2001 Census, however at the 2011 Census [[Middop]] was included with Rimington giving a total of 480.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.neighbourhood.statistics.gov.uk/dissemination/LeadKeyFigures.do?a=7&b=11127933&c=rimington&d=16&e=62&g=6442397&i=1001x1003x1032x1004&m=0&r=1&s=1453473160781&enc=1|title=Civil Parish population 2011|accessdate=22 January 2016}}</ref> It is east of [[Clitheroe]] and south of the [[A59 road]]. The village consists of the hamlets of Howgill, Martin Top, Newby and Stopper Lane, and was formerly in the [[West Riding of Yorkshire]].
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'''Rimington''' is a rural village and [[civil parish]] in the [[Ribble Valley]], [[Lancashire]], England. The population of the civil parish was 382 at the 2001 Census, however at the 2011 Census [[Middop]] was included with Rimington giving a total of 480.<ref>{{NOMIS2011|id=1170215127|title=Rimington Parish|accessdate=11 February 2018}}</ref> It is east of [[Clitheroe]] and south of the [[A59 road]]. The village consists of the hamlets of Howgill, Martin Top, Newby and Stopper Lane, and was formerly in the [[West Riding of Yorkshire]].
   
 
The parish adjoins the Ribble Valley parishes of [[Gisburn]], [[Sawley, Lancashire|Sawley]], [[Downham, Lancashire|Downham]], [[Twiston]] and Middop the [[Pendle]] parish of [[Barley-with-Wheatley Booth]].
 
The parish adjoins the Ribble Valley parishes of [[Gisburn]], [[Sawley, Lancashire|Sawley]], [[Downham, Lancashire|Downham]], [[Twiston]] and Middop the [[Pendle]] parish of [[Barley-with-Wheatley Booth]].

French Harbour

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==Notes==
 
==Notes==
 
{{reflist}}
 
{{reflist}}

Gold Rush: White Water

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==See also==
 
* [[Gold mining in Alaska]]
 
* [[Gold mining in Alaska]]
* [[Yukon Gold (TV series)]], another reality TV series with [[placer mining|placer]] gold mining in the [[Atlin District]], British Columbia and [[Klondike, Yukon|Klondike]], Yukon.
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* [[Yukon Gold (TV series)]], a cancelled reality TV series of [[placer mining|placer]] gold mining in the [[Atlin District]] of British Columbia and the [[Klondike, Yukon|Klondike]], Yukon.
 
* ''[[Gold Rush (TV series)|Gold Rush]]''
 
* ''[[Gold Rush (TV series)|Gold Rush]]''
   

Death in Paradise (TV series)

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| 8 October 2012<ref>{{cite web| url= http://www.bbcshop.com/drama+arts/death-in-paradise-series-1-dvd/invt/bbcdvd3567/ |title= Death in Paradise – Series 1 (DVD) |publisher=BBCShop.com |accessdate=21 May 2012}}</ref>
 
| 8 October 2012<ref>{{cite web| url= http://www.bbcshop.com/drama+arts/death-in-paradise-series-1-dvd/invt/bbcdvd3567/ |title= Death in Paradise – Series 1 (DVD) |publisher=BBCShop.com |accessdate=21 May 2012}}</ref>
 
| 17 June 2014<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.amazon.com/Death-Paradise-Season-1-Various/dp/B00D49YE4W/ref=sr_1_1?s=movies-tv&ie=UTF8&qid=1422174336&sr=1-1&keywords=death+in+paradise |title=Death in Paradise: Series 1: Ben Miller, Sara Martins, Danny John-Jules, Various: Movies & TV |publisher=Amazon.com |date= |accessdate=30 March 2015}}</ref>
 
| 17 June 2014<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.amazon.com/Death-Paradise-Season-1-Various/dp/B00D49YE4W/ref=sr_1_1?s=movies-tv&ie=UTF8&qid=1422174336&sr=1-1&keywords=death+in+paradise |title=Death in Paradise: Series 1: Ben Miller, Sara Martins, Danny John-Jules, Various: Movies & TV |publisher=Amazon.com |date= |accessdate=30 March 2015}}</ref>
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| 4 March 2013
 
| 16 September 2014<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.amazon.com/Death-Paradise-Season-2-Various/dp/B00DC5JZTW/ref=sr_1_2?s=movies-tv&ie=UTF8&qid=1422174336&sr=1-2&keywords=death+in+paradise |title=Death in Paradise: Season 2: Ben Miller, Sara Martins, Danny John-Jules, Gary Carr, Elizabeth Bourgine, Various: Movies & TV |publisher=Amazon.com |date= |accessdate=30 March 2015}}</ref>
 
| 16 September 2014<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.amazon.com/Death-Paradise-Season-2-Various/dp/B00DC5JZTW/ref=sr_1_2?s=movies-tv&ie=UTF8&qid=1422174336&sr=1-2&keywords=death+in+paradise |title=Death in Paradise: Season 2: Ben Miller, Sara Martins, Danny John-Jules, Gary Carr, Elizabeth Bourgine, Various: Movies & TV |publisher=Amazon.com |date= |accessdate=30 March 2015}}</ref>
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| 10 March 2014
 
| 5 May 2015<ref>{{cite web|author= |url=https://www.amazon.com/Death-Paradise-Season-3-DVD/dp/B00SAJLRA0/ref=sr_1_4?s=movies-tv&ie=UTF8&qid=1422174336&sr=1-4&keywords=death+in+paradise |title=Death in Paradise: Series 3 (DVD): Various: Movies & TV |publisher=Amazon.com |date= |accessdate=30 March 2015}}</ref>
 
| 5 May 2015<ref>{{cite web|author= |url=https://www.amazon.com/Death-Paradise-Season-3-DVD/dp/B00SAJLRA0/ref=sr_1_4?s=movies-tv&ie=UTF8&qid=1422174336&sr=1-4&keywords=death+in+paradise |title=Death in Paradise: Series 3 (DVD): Various: Movies & TV |publisher=Amazon.com |date= |accessdate=30 March 2015}}</ref>
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| 2 March 2015<ref>{{cite web|author= |url=https://www.amazon.co.uk/Death-Paradise-DVD-Kris-Marshall/dp/B00RZ9EOPG/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1422711694&sr=8-3&keywords=death+in+paradise |title=Death in Paradise – Series 4 [DVD&#93; [2015&#93;: Amazon.co.uk: Kris Marshall: DVD & Blu-ray |publisher=Amazon.co.uk |date= |accessdate=30 March 2015}}</ref>
 
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| The Making Of Death In Paradise<br />Creating The Puzzle<br />Harry The Lizzard<br />Tour Of Honoré Police Station<br />The Vehicles
 
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Tubulovillous adenoma

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[[Image:Tubulovillous adenoma.jpg|right|thumb|200px|'''Tubulovillous adenoma''' (tubular component left of image, villous component right of image). [[H&E stain]].]]
'''Tubulovillous adenoma''', TVA, is a type of [[polyp (medicine)|polyp]] that grows in the [[Colon (anatomy)|colon]] and other places in the [[gastrointestinal tract]] and sometimes in other parts of the body. These [[adenomas]] may become [[malignant]] ([[cancerous]]).
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'''Tubulovillous adenoma''', '''TVA''', is a type of [[polyp (medicine)|polyp]] that grows in the [[Colon (anatomy)|colon]] and other places in the [[gastrointestinal tract]] and sometimes in other parts of the body. These [[adenomas]] may become [[malignant]] ([[cancerous]]).
   
 
TVAs are considered to have a higher risk of malignant transformation than tubular adenomas.<ref name=pmid17167138>{{Cite journal|vauthors=Levine JS, Ahnen DJ |title=Clinical practice. Adenomatous polyps of the colon |journal=N. Engl. J. Med. |volume=355 |issue=24 |pages=2551–7 |date=December 2006 |pmid=17167138 |doi=10.1056/NEJMcp063038 |url=}}</ref>
 
TVAs are considered to have a higher risk of malignant transformation than tubular adenomas.<ref name=pmid17167138>{{Cite journal|vauthors=Levine JS, Ahnen DJ |title=Clinical practice. Adenomatous polyps of the colon |journal=N. Engl. J. Med. |volume=355 |issue=24 |pages=2551–7 |date=December 2006 |pmid=17167138 |doi=10.1056/NEJMcp063038 |url=}}</ref>
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
*[[Villous adenoma]]
 
 
*[[Colorectal polyp]]
 
*[[Colorectal polyp]]
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==References==
 
==References==

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| column2 = [[List A cricket|List A]]
 
| column2 = [[List A cricket|List A]]
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| 100s/50s2 = 0/2
 
| 100s/50s2 = 0/2
 
| top score2 = 99[[not out|*]]
 
| top score2 = 99[[not out|*]]
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| date = 10 February
 
| year = 2018
 
| year = 2018
 
| source = http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/content/player/665053.html CricInfo
 
| source = http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/content/player/665053.html CricInfo

Ocean Avenue/CCSF Pedestrian Bridge station

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| symbol = metro
 
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| ADA=Yes
 
| ADA=Yes
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| owned=[[San Francisco Municipal Railway|Muni]]
 
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'''Ocean and Phelan''' is a station on the [[San Francisco Municipal Railway]] light rail network's [[K Ingleside]] line. It is located on the campus of [[San Francisco City College]] and is connected to the pedestrian bridge that links the main portion of the school with satellite buildings.
 
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'''Ocean Avenue/CCSF Pedestrian Bridge''' is a [[light rail]] stop on the [[Muni Metro]] [[K Ingleside]] line, located between the [[Neighborhoods in San Francisco|Sunnyside and Ingleside]] neighborhoods of San Francisco, California adjacent to the [[San Francisco City College]] campus. The stop consists of two [[side platforms]] in the median of Ocean Avenue, with stairs to a concrete footbridge that connects the campus to Geneva Avenue. It opened in 1979 with the extension of the line to [[Balboa Park station]]; it was previously served by the [[Market Street Railway (transit operator)|United Railroads]] {{Muni route|12}} line from 1906 to 1945, and the K from 1945 to 1952.
   
[[File:0063 Ocean Geneva (33246352492).jpg|thumb|left|Pedestrian bridge over Ocean, connecting Geneva Avenue with the [[San Francisco City College|CCSF]] campus.]]
 
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==History==
The bridge was built after two students from the nearby [[Lick-Wilmerding High School]] were injured by a speeding car while trying to cross Ocean Avenue in the 1970s.<ref>{{cite letter |url=https://www.ccsf.edu/dam/Organizational_Assets/Department/CPPC/2016-0921/Item%20V.c.ii%20BPSCAC%202016.0426%20Motion%20160426.01%20Issues%20Proposals%20for%20CCSF%20Ocean%20Campus%20Streetscape.pdf |subject=Balboa Park Station Community Advisory Committee April 26, 2016 Recommendation |date=5 May 2016 |last=Satterwhite |first=Grahm |recipient=Tom Maguire, Director of Sustainable Streets |accessdate=2 April 2017}}</ref>
 
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The private [[Market Street Railway (transit operator)|United Railroads]] (URR) opened their route {{Muni route|12}} along Ocean Avenue on May 6, 1906, as electric streetcar lines replaced cable car lines in the wake of the [[1906 San Francisco earthquake|earthquake a month before]].<ref name=stindt>{{cite book |title=San Francisco's Century of Street Cars |first=Fred A. |last=Stindt |date=October 1990 |isbn=0961546514 |pages=94, 189}}</ref> On November 25, 1918, the city and the struggling URR signed the "Parkside Agreements", which allowed Muni streetcars to use URR trackage on [[Junipero Serra Boulevard]], Ocean Avenue, and [[L Taraval|Taraval Street]], in exchange for a cash payment and shared maintenance costs.<ref name=perles>{{People's Railway}}</ref>{{rp|74}} The K Ingleside line was extended south on [[Junipero Serra Boulevard]] and east on Ocean to [[Ocean and Miramar station|Ocean and Miramar]] on February 21, 1919. It was extended to its own terminal at Brighton and Grafton three months later; only the 12 ran east of Brighton Avenue on Ocean Avenue.<ref name=stindt />
   
In late 2016, the terminus of the K Ingleside line was temporarily relocated to Ocean and Phelan from [[Balboa Park Station|Balboa Park]] while station improvements were being implemented at Balboa Park.<ref>{{cite web |url=https://www.sfmta.com/about-sfmta/blog/muni-j-k-lines-see-temporary-stop-changes-balboa-park-station-upgrades |title=Muni J & K Lines to See Temporary Stop Changes for Balboa Park Station Upgrades |author=Padilla, Cristina |date=1 September 2016 |publisher=San Francisco Municipal Transit Agency |accessdate=2 April 2017}}</ref>
 
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The city purchased the private company (renamed Market Street Railway in 1921) in 1944. On April 8, 1945, route 12 service was removed from Ocean Avenue, while the K Ingleside was extended on Ocean Avenue and Onondaga Street to Mission Street to provide a direction connection to route {{Muni route|14}}.<ref name=stindt /> Service was cut back to [[Ocean and Lee station#History|Phelan Loop]] to the west on October 10, 1952, although trackage as far as San Jose Avenue was kept for non-revenue moves to the carhouse.<ref name=stindt />
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In the 1970s, Muni rebuilt the non-revenue trackage for regular service so that K Ingleside service could be extended to the new [[Balboa Park station]]. The extension included a new intermediate stop just east of Geneva Avenue, serving the [[San Francisco City College]] campus. After two students from the nearby [[Lick-Wilmerding High School]] were injured by a speeding car that decade while trying to cross Ocean Avenue, a pedestrian bridge was constructed over Ocean Avenue.<ref name=letter>{{cite letter |url=https://www.ccsf.edu/dam/Organizational_Assets/Department/CPPC/2016-0921/Item%20V.c.ii%20BPSCAC%202016.0426%20Motion%20160426.01%20Issues%20Proposals%20for%20CCSF%20Ocean%20Campus%20Streetscape.pdf |subject=Balboa Park Station Community Advisory Committee April 26, 2016 Recommendation |date=May 5, 2016 |last=Satterwhite |first=Grahm |recipient=Tom Maguire, Director of Sustainable Streets |page=3}}</ref> Designed by the city's Department of Public Works, the [[reinforced concrete]] bridge built in 1978 is {{convert|227|feet}} long and {{convert|10|feet}} wide, with staircases on both sides leading to each Muni platform.<ref name=planning>{{cite web |url=http://www.sf-planning.org/ftp/files/plans-and-programs/in-your-neighborhood/ocean_ave_corridor/OceanAvenueCorridorDesignFinalReport.pdf |title=Ocean and Geneva Corridor Design |pages=22-23 |publisher= San Francisco Planning Department |date=March 2015}}</ref> The first revenue service to the station was on April 23, 1979, although service past Phelan Loop did not run at all times until March 17, 1981.<ref name=stindt />
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In late 2016, the terminus of the K Ingleside line was temporarily relocated to Ocean and Phelan from Balboa Park while station improvements were being implemented at Balboa Park.<ref>{{cite web |url=https://www.sfmta.com/about-sfmta/blog/muni-j-k-lines-see-temporary-stop-changes-balboa-park-station-upgrades |title=Muni J & K Lines to See Temporary Stop Changes for Balboa Park Station Upgrades |author=Padilla, Cristina |date=1 September 2016 |publisher=San Francisco Municipal Transit Agency |accessdate=2 April 2017}}</ref>
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The pedestrian bridge is unpopular with the community because it is poorly maintained, not [[accessibility|accessible]], and removes pedestrian activity from the street.<ref name=planning /> Since an Ocean Avenue entrance to Balboa Park station was opened in 2011, the bridge is less important to passengers taking BART to City College, and the presence of the platform causes a dangerous traffic merge.<ref name=letter /> A 2015 city report considered removing the whole bridge, removing the stair risers but keeping the bridge, or renovating the bridge to be better lit and accessible.<ref name=planning /> In 2016, a local civic group proposed moving the stop one block east to Howth Street, where it would provide better access to CCSF and Lick-Wilmerding High School, as well as allowing improvements to the Ocean/Geneva intersection.<ref name=letter />
   
 
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Super Bowl XII

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Dallas began the second quarter by advancing to Denver's 19-yard line. On third down, Staubach unleashed a pass that was intercepted in the end zone, however the officials ruled that he had stepped out of bounds before he threw the ball. On the next play, Herrera successfully added a 43-yard field goal to increase the Cowboys lead to 13–0. The rest of the quarter was filled with an avalanche of sloppy play, turnovers, and missed opportunities. On the second play after Denver received the ensuing kickoff, Morton uncorked an errant pass and was intercepted for the third time, this time by defensive back [[Benny Barnes]] at the Cowboys 40-yard line. The Denver defense immediately stiffened, sacking Staubach for a fourth time and forcing a punt. However, Denver gave the ball right back, as the punted ball struck unsuspecting Denver player John Schultz on the helmet as he attempted to throw a block, and the bouncing ball was recovered by the Cowboys [[Bruce Huther]]. The Cowboys then drove to the Denver 26-yard line, but Herrera missed a 43-yard field goal wide left. On the following drive the Broncos committed yet another turnover when wide receiver [[Jack Dolbin]] fumbled and Hughes recovered it, returning the ball 19 yards to the Denver 27-yard line. The Cowboys, however, once again failed to score as Herrera missed a 32-yard field goal attempt. On the first play after the missed field goal, Denver gave the ball away again when Denver tight end [[Riley Odoms]]'s fumble was recovered by Hughes at the 28-yard line, his second fumble recovery. But on the next play, Dallas gave the ball back to Denver when Broncos linebacker [[Tom Jackson (American football)|Tom Jackson]] recovered tight end [[Billy Joe DuPree]]'s fumble. Five plays later, defensive back [[Mark Washington (cornerback)|Mark Washington]] intercepted another wild Morton pass, his fourth interception, and returned it 27 yards to Denver's 35-yard line with just 6 seconds left in the half. However, Herrera missed yet another field goal attempt, his third miss, this time from 44 yards out as time expired.
 
Dallas began the second quarter by advancing to Denver's 19-yard line. On third down, Staubach unleashed a pass that was intercepted in the end zone, however the officials ruled that he had stepped out of bounds before he threw the ball. On the next play, Herrera successfully added a 43-yard field goal to increase the Cowboys lead to 13–0. The rest of the quarter was filled with an avalanche of sloppy play, turnovers, and missed opportunities. On the second play after Denver received the ensuing kickoff, Morton uncorked an errant pass and was intercepted for the third time, this time by defensive back [[Benny Barnes]] at the Cowboys 40-yard line. The Denver defense immediately stiffened, sacking Staubach for a fourth time and forcing a punt. However, Denver gave the ball right back, as the punted ball struck unsuspecting Denver player John Schultz on the helmet as he attempted to throw a block, and the bouncing ball was recovered by the Cowboys [[Bruce Huther]]. The Cowboys then drove to the Denver 26-yard line, but Herrera missed a 43-yard field goal wide left. On the following drive the Broncos committed yet another turnover when wide receiver [[Jack Dolbin]] fumbled and Hughes recovered it, returning the ball 19 yards to the Denver 27-yard line. The Cowboys, however, once again failed to score as Herrera missed a 32-yard field goal attempt. On the first play after the missed field goal, Denver gave the ball away again when Denver tight end [[Riley Odoms]]'s fumble was recovered by Hughes at the 28-yard line, his second fumble recovery. But on the next play, Dallas gave the ball back to Denver when Broncos linebacker [[Tom Jackson (American football)|Tom Jackson]] recovered tight end [[Billy Joe DuPree]]'s fumble. Five plays later, defensive back [[Mark Washington (cornerback)|Mark Washington]] intercepted another wild Morton pass, his fourth interception, and returned it 27 yards to Denver's 35-yard line with just 6 seconds left in the half. However, Herrera missed yet another field goal attempt, his third miss, this time from 44 yards out as time expired.
 
[[File:1986 Jeno's Pizza - 02 - Butch Johnson (Butch Johnson crop).jpg|thumb|left|Johnson's touchdown catch gave Dallas a 20-3 lead over Denver.]]
 
[[File:1986 Jeno's Pizza - 02 - Butch Johnson (Butch Johnson crop).jpg|thumb|left|Johnson's touchdown catch gave Dallas a 20-3 lead over Denver.]]
By halftime, the Cowboys had fumbled five times (losing one) had missed three field goals, and had allowed four sacks, but still led 13-0. Meanwhile, the Broncos had committed a halftime record 7 turnovers. Morton, who had thrown a total of only 8 interceptions during the entire 1977 season, was picked off 4 times in the half in addition to 3 fumbles lost. Incredibly, after punting on their first drive of the game, each of the next seven Broncos possessions resulted in a turnover.
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By halftime, the Cowboys had fumbled five times (losing one), had missed three field goals, and had allowed four sacks, but still led 13-0. Meanwhile, the Broncos had committed a halftime record 7 turnovers. Morton, who had thrown a total of only 8 interceptions during the entire 1977 season, was picked off 4 times in the half in addition to 3 fumbles lost. Incredibly, after punting on their first drive of the game, each of the next seven Broncos possessions resulted in a turnover.
   
 
===Third Quarter===
 
===Third Quarter===

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User:Saqib/sandbox

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200 MNAs never moved any bill in NA - http://nation.com.pk/national/30-Jan-2016/200-mnas-never-moved-any-bill-in-na
 
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[[Streisand effect]]
 
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! MNAs !! Senators !! misc.
 
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:[[Nisar Ali Khan]] - 82K {{tick}}
 
:[[Muhammad Safdar (politician)]] - 68K {{tick}}
 
:[[Jehangir Khan Tareen]] - 65K {{tick}}
 
:[[Asad Umar]] - 63K {{tick}}
 
:[[Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad]] - 62K {{tick}}
 
:[[Daniyal Aziz]] - 50K {{tick}}
 
:[[Fazal-ur-Rehman (politician)]] - 50K {{tick}}
 
:[[Khawaja Muhammad Asif]] - 45K {{tick}}
 
:[[Farooq Sattar]] - 40K {{tick}}
 
:[[Shah Mehmood Qureshi]] - 40K {{tick}}
 
:[[Maryam Aurangzeb]] - 40K {{tick}}
 
:[[Hamza Shahbaz Sharif]] - 38K {{tick}}
 
:[[Shireen Mazari]] - 31K {{tick}}
 
:[[Ijaz-ul-Haq]] - 30K {{tick}}
 
:[[Zafarullah Khan Jamali]] - 27K {{tick}}
 
:[[Mahmood Khan Achakzai]] - 25K {{tick}}
 
:[[Shahid Khaqan Abbasi]] - 25K {{tick}}
 
:[[Ahsan Iqbal]] - 25K {{tick}}
 
:[[Marvi Memon]] - 24K {{tick}}
 
:[[Faryal Talpur]] - 21K {{{tick}}
 
:[[Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi]] - 19K {{tick}}
 
:[[Sardar Ayaz Sadiq]] - 19K {{tick}}
 
:[[Khawaja Saad Rafique]] - 18K {{tick}}
 
:[[Syed Khurshid Ahmed Shah]] - 18K {{tick}}
 
:[[Ayesha Gulalai Wazir]] - 15K {{tick}}
 
:[[Azra Fazal Pechuho]] - 14K {{tick}}
 
   
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:[[Raza Rabbani]] - 24K {{cross}}
 
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:[[Aqibullah]]
 
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:[[Babar Nawaz Khan]]
 
:[[Sardar Muhammad Yousuf]]
 
:[[Dawar Khan Kundi]]
 
:[[Nasir Khan (politician)]]
 
:[[Asad Umar]] (DD/MM missing)
 
:[[Chaudhry Khadim Hussain]]
 
:[[Nawabzada Raja Matloob Mehdi]]
 
:[[Sardar Shafqat Hayat Khan]]
 
:[[Uzair Khan]]
 
:[[Obaidullah Shadikhel]]
 
:[[Mian Muhammad Farooq]]
 
:[[Rana Afzal Khan]]
 
:[[Mian Abdul Manan]]
 
:[[Sheikh Muhammad Akram]]
 
:[[Shahid Hussain Bhatti]]
 
:[[Mumtaz Ahmed Tarar]]
 
:[[Shazia Mubashar]]
 
:[[Shizra Mansab Ali Khan]]
 
:[[Chaudhry Riaz-ul-Haq]]
 
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:[[Muhammad Tufail (politician)]]
 
:[[Tahir Iqbal Chaudhry]]
 
:[[Ghulam Noor Rabbani Khar]]
 
:[[Sardar Ashiq Hussain]]
 
:[[Najibuddin Awaisi]]
 
:[[Tariq Bashir Cheema]]
 
:[[Aftab Shaban Mirani]]
 
:[[Makhdoom Saeeduz Zaman]]
 
:[[Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui]]
 
:[[Haji Abdul Sattar]]
 
:[[Shazia Marri]] (pildat)
 
:[[Shamasunnisa]]
 
:[[Muhammad Kamal Malik]]
 
:[[Kunwar Naveed Jamil]]
 
:[[Muhammad Ali Rashid]]
 
:[[Syed Asif Husnain]]
 
:[[Abdul Hakeem Baloch]]
 
:[[Abdul Qahar Khan Wadan]]
 
:[[Maulana Ameer Zaman]]
 
:[[Maulana Muhammad Khan Sherani]]
 
:[[Molana Qamar ud Din]]
 
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:[[Ahsan Iqbal]]
 
:[[Muhammad Safdar Awan]]
 
:[[Awais Leghari]]
 
:[[Ijaz-ul-Haq]]
 
:[[Maulana Fazl-ur-Rehman]]
 
:[[Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad]]
 
:[[Imran Khan]]
 
:[[Raza Hayat Hiraj]]
 
:[[Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi]]
 
:[[Abdul Rashid Godil]]
 
:[[Ghulam Sarwar Khan]]
 
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Female lovers and offspring

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## Ergiscus<ref>[[Suda]] s. v. ''Ergiske''</ref>
 
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User talk:Jaskirat Lamba

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