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List of political parties in France

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This was the case until the [[French legislative election, 2017|2017 legislative election]], when [[Emmanuel Macron]]'s party, [[La République En Marche!]], won a large majority in parliament. This caused a political upset, as it was the first time in French history when one of the two main contemporary parties had not won.
 
This was the case until the [[French legislative election, 2017|2017 legislative election]], when [[Emmanuel Macron]]'s party, [[La République En Marche!]], won a large majority in parliament. This caused a political upset, as it was the first time in French history when one of the two main contemporary parties had not won.
   
Another party that has had sizable successes is the [[National Front (France)|National Front]] (FN). Since 2014, the FN has established itself as the third sizable party, finishing in 1st place in the [[European Parliament election, 2014 (France)|2014 European elections]] as well as in the 2015 local elections,<ref>http://www.lemonde.fr/elections-regionales-2015/article/2015/12/06/regionales-le-fn-vainqueur-du-premier-tour_4825715_4640869.html</ref> although it still didn't manage to win any executives mostly due to the last-ditch alliance between the centre-left and the centre-right coalitions in [[Hauts-de-France]] region as well as in the [[Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur|South of France]].<ref>http://www.leparisien.fr/elections-regionales/resultats-des-elections-regionales-2015-troisieme-le-ps-est-force-de-choisir-06-12-2015-5345131.php#xtref=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.fr</ref> Now many political observers talk about the "tripartisme" ([[English language|English]]: ''tripartism'') of the French political landscape.<ref>http://www.lemonde.fr/elections-departementales-2015/article/2015/03/23/le-tripartisme-s-installe-en-france_4599141_4572524.html</ref><ref>http://www.latribune.fr/opinions/tribunes/le-tripartisme-et-apres-545545.html</ref><ref>http://www.leparisien.fr/politique/departementales-et-maintenant-le-tripartisme-28-03-2015-4645571.php</ref> In the [[French presidential election, 2017|2017 presidential election]], [[Emmanuel Macron]], under the banner of [[En Marche!]], defeated [[Marine Le Pen]].
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Another party that has had sizable successes is the [[National Front (France)|National Front]] (FN). Since 2014, the FN has established itself as the third sizable party, finishing in 1st place in the [[European Parliament election, 2014 (France)|2014 European elections]] as well as in the 2015 local elections,<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.lemonde.fr/elections-regionales-2015/article/2015/12/06/regionales-le-fn-vainqueur-du-premier-tour_4825715_4640869.html|title=Elections régionales : le FN vainqueur du premier tour|website=Le Monde.fr}}</ref> although it still didn't manage to win any executives mostly due to the last-ditch alliance between the centre-left and the centre-right coalitions in [[Hauts-de-France]] region as well as in the [[Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur|South of France]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.leparisien.fr/elections-regionales/resultats-des-elections-regionales-2015-troisieme-le-ps-est-force-de-choisir-06-12-2015-5345131.php#xtref=https://www.google.fr|title=Régionales : le PS se retire en PACA et dans le Nord-Pas-de-Calais-Picardie|date=6 December 2015|publisher=}}</ref> Now many political observers talk about the "tripartisme" ([[English language|English]]: ''tripartism'') of the French political landscape.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.lemonde.fr/elections-departementales-2015/article/2015/03/23/le-tripartisme-s-installe-en-france_4599141_4572524.html|title=Le tripartisme s'installe en France|website=Le Monde.fr}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.latribune.fr/opinions/tribunes/le-tripartisme-et-apres-545545.html|title=Le tripartisme, et après ?|publisher=}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.leparisien.fr/politique/departementales-et-maintenant-le-tripartisme-28-03-2015-4645571.php|title=Départementales : et maintenant le tripartisme|date=28 March 2015|publisher=}}</ref> In the [[French presidential election, 2017|2017 presidential election]], [[Emmanuel Macron]], under the banner of [[En Marche!]], defeated [[Marine Le Pen]].
   
 
== Elected parties ==
 
== Elected parties ==

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Through the Keyhole

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Almonry

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==Examples==
 
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At [[Bishopstone, Salisbury|Bishopstone]] church, [[Wiltshire]], it is a sort of covered [[porch]] attached to the south [[transept]], but not communicating with the interior of the church. At [[Worcester Cathedral]] the alms are said to have been distributed on stone tables, on each side, within the great porch.
 
At [[Bishopstone, Salisbury|Bishopstone]] church, [[Wiltshire]], it is a sort of covered [[porch]] attached to the south [[transept]], but not communicating with the interior of the church. At [[Worcester Cathedral]] the alms are said to have been distributed on stone tables, on each side, within the great porch.
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In some case, the duty to take in the poor and the sick was met by setting up an ''hospitium'' (inn) or ''spital'' (hospital) outside the gate in which about a dozen elderly or sick persons were maintained at the expense of the almoner, who had special estates allotted to his use from the monastery's estates.<ref>[https://books.google.com/books?id=GXMYAAAAIAAJ&pg=PA99&lpg=PA99&dq=Almonry&source=bl&ots=ST6_ovkqlL&sig=-_3a-30YdTKpT9pjnogjs19wVMA&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiM84DNqaLZAhXKxVkKHSTsCGk4FBDoAQhVMAk#v=onepage&q=Almonry&f=false Leach, Arthur F., "Almonry Schools", ''A Cyclopedia of Education'', (Paul Monroe, ed.), New York, The Macmillan Company, 1911]{{PD-notice}}</ref> At [[Reading Abbey]], the abbey's ''hospitium'', or dormitory for pilgrims, known as the "Hospitium of St. John" was founded in 1189. The abbey school, which was founded in 1125, moved into the hospitium in 1485 as the Royal Grammar School of King Henry VII.
   
 
In large monastic establishments, as at [[Westminster Abbey]], it seems to have been a separate building of some importance, either joining the [[gatehouse]] or near it, that the establishment might be disturbed as little as possible.<ref name="EB1911"/> Close to the Sanctuary, and adjoining its western side, was the Eleemosynary or Almonry, where the alms of the Abbey were daily doled out to the poor and needy. The Almonry was a building, analogous to our more prosaic modern alms-houses, erected by King Henry VII. and his mother, the Lady Margaret, to the glory of God, for twelve poor men and poor women.<ref name=Thornbury>[http://www.british-history.ac.uk/old-new-london/vol3/pp483-491. Thornbury, Walter. "Westminster Abbey: The sanctuary and almonry." Old and New London: Volume 3. London: Cassell, Petter & Galpin, 1878. 483-491. British History Online. Web. 13 February 2018.]{{PD-notice}}</ref>
 
In large monastic establishments, as at [[Westminster Abbey]], it seems to have been a separate building of some importance, either joining the [[gatehouse]] or near it, that the establishment might be disturbed as little as possible.<ref name="EB1911"/> Close to the Sanctuary, and adjoining its western side, was the Eleemosynary or Almonry, where the alms of the Abbey were daily doled out to the poor and needy. The Almonry was a building, analogous to our more prosaic modern alms-houses, erected by King Henry VII. and his mother, the Lady Margaret, to the glory of God, for twelve poor men and poor women.<ref name=Thornbury>[http://www.british-history.ac.uk/old-new-london/vol3/pp483-491. Thornbury, Walter. "Westminster Abbey: The sanctuary and almonry." Old and New London: Volume 3. London: Cassell, Petter & Galpin, 1878. 483-491. British History Online. Web. 13 February 2018.]{{PD-notice}}</ref>
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The [[Almonry Museum and Heritage Centre|Almonry at Eversham]] was a separate building that was home to the Almoner of the Benedictine [[Evesham Abbey|Abbey of St. Mary and St. Ecgwine]].<ref>[http://www.almonryevesham.org/about-us/ The Almonry Eversham]</ref>
 
The [[Almonry Museum and Heritage Centre|Almonry at Eversham]] was a separate building that was home to the Almoner of the Benedictine [[Evesham Abbey|Abbey of St. Mary and St. Ecgwine]].<ref>[http://www.almonryevesham.org/about-us/ The Almonry Eversham]</ref>
   
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[[File:St Paul's old. From Francis Bond, Early Christian Architecture. Last book 1913..jpg|thumb|Old St Paul's with almonry left of main entrance and St. Gregory's far left]]
 
An Almonry school was a medieval English monastic charity school supported by a portion of the funds allocated to the almoner. The practice began in the early 14th century when a form of scholarship was established that provided attendance at the cathedral school, housing, and food for boys at least 10 years old who could sing and read. An almonry education could prepare boys for a variety of careers, as well as, university.<ref>[https://books.google.com/books?id=WDTWekuqF7oC&pg=PA155&lpg=PA155&dq=Almonry&source=bl&ots=9QraPGrXyX&sig=D2fxxmlKf_k4QxZ6hKYMKana4Z0&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjGop6vmqLZAhWktVkKHV78BKc4FBDoAQg5MAM#v=onepage&q=Almonry&f=false Clark, James G., "Monasteries and Secular Education", ''Monasteries and Society in the British Isles in the Later Middle Ages'', (Janet E. Burton, Karen Stöber, eds.), Boydell & Brewer Ltd, 2008, {{ISBN|9781843833864}}, p. 155]</ref>
 
An Almonry school was a medieval English monastic charity school supported by a portion of the funds allocated to the almoner. The practice began in the early 14th century when a form of scholarship was established that provided attendance at the cathedral school, housing, and food for boys at least 10 years old who could sing and read. An almonry education could prepare boys for a variety of careers, as well as, university.<ref>[https://books.google.com/books?id=WDTWekuqF7oC&pg=PA155&lpg=PA155&dq=Almonry&source=bl&ots=9QraPGrXyX&sig=D2fxxmlKf_k4QxZ6hKYMKana4Z0&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjGop6vmqLZAhWktVkKHV78BKc4FBDoAQg5MAM#v=onepage&q=Almonry&f=false Clark, James G., "Monasteries and Secular Education", ''Monasteries and Society in the British Isles in the Later Middle Ages'', (Janet E. Burton, Karen Stöber, eds.), Boydell & Brewer Ltd, 2008, {{ISBN|9781843833864}}, p. 155]</ref>
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The Almonry at [[Old St Paul's Cathedral]] was built along the south wall of the nave, not far from the parish church of [[St Gregory by St Paul's]]. The choir master was also the almoner, and the Almonry housed boy choristers. It also served as a playhouse, in which the boys performed.<ref>[https://books.google.com/books?id=ftNYbmSOetUC&pg=PA111&lpg=PA111&dq=Almonry&source=bl&ots=GOiAE35jaB&sig=16iIXTXSIrrqT8WfkkqtA7C_gHU&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjGop6vmqLZAhWktVkKHV78BKc4FBDoAQhGMAY#v=onepage&q=Almonry&f=false Berry, Herbert. "Where was the Playhouse in Which the Boy Choristers of St. Paul's Cathedral Performed Plays?", ''Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England'', Vol. 13, (John Pitcher, Robert Lindsey, Susan P. Cerasano, eds.), Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press, 2001, {{ISBN|9780838638897}}]</ref>
   
 
The change introduced by the [[Dissolution of the Monasteries]] the Henry, "...was followed by what has been termed the "age of beggars and thieves;" for when the poorer classes, who had grown up in dependence on the old abbeys and monasteries, came to be suddenly deprived of the means of subsistence by the stoppage of their alms, society had to suffer—not altogether undeservedly—for the change which the tyrannical king had brought about. It became necessary, there fore, to enact further laws for the punishment of sturdy and wilful beggars, and ultimately to bring in sundry "poor laws" to meet the case of the other large population which had been reduced to poverty by the stoppage of the alms on which they had lived."<ref name=Thornbury/>
 
The change introduced by the [[Dissolution of the Monasteries]] the Henry, "...was followed by what has been termed the "age of beggars and thieves;" for when the poorer classes, who had grown up in dependence on the old abbeys and monasteries, came to be suddenly deprived of the means of subsistence by the stoppage of their alms, society had to suffer—not altogether undeservedly—for the change which the tyrannical king had brought about. It became necessary, there fore, to enact further laws for the punishment of sturdy and wilful beggars, and ultimately to bring in sundry "poor laws" to meet the case of the other large population which had been reduced to poverty by the stoppage of the alms on which they had lived."<ref name=Thornbury/>
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At the [[Palace of Whitehall]] the office of the Royal Almonry was located in Middle Scotland Yard. The Hereditary Grand Almoner, a position instituted by Richard I, distributed alms on the occasion of a coronation. The duties of the High Almoner were more general and included visiting the sick, poor widows, and prisoners and reminding the king to bestow alms, especially on saints days.<ref>[https://books.google.com/books?id=8N1JAAAAIAAJ&pg=PA4&lpg=PA4&dq=Almonry&source=bl&ots=F_NA-ownm9&sig=YyrUmEiB_MiKqigFvpWCJEGyFbY&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjw29LIrqLZAhVks1kKHa40D5c4HhDoAQguMAE#v=onepage&q=Almonry&f=false Timbs, John. "Almonry, Royal", ''Curiosities of London'', D. Bogue, 1855, p. 4]{{PD-notice}}</ref> A remnant of this custom may be found in the [[Royal Maundy]] service.
   
 
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==See also==

Yana Nedzvetskaya

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User:Andrewa/Unwanted notifications

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Helpful: rephras

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[[Meta:User:Andrewa/global.js]] is a copy of a section of [[Meta:User:Whatamidoing_(WMF)/global.js]], and uses [[Javascript]] to set the language of the buttons and dialogues I receive in a strange language wiki. Allows me to at least check article histories etc..
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[[Meta:User:Andrewa/global.js]] is a copy of a section of [[Meta:User:Whatamidoing_(WMF)/global.js]], and uses [[Javascript]] to set the language of the buttons and dialogues I receive in a strange language wiki to English. This allows me to at least check article histories etc..
   
 
[[meta:user:andrewa]] displays on wikis I have never edited, and warns others of this fact. Interwiki [[Wikilinks]] don't in general work there (they do on the meta page but not when the page is copied) but the URL link to my talk page does.
 
[[meta:user:andrewa]] displays on wikis I have never edited, and warns others of this fact. Interwiki [[Wikilinks]] don't in general work there (they do on the meta page but not when the page is copied) but the URL link to my talk page does.

Karni Mata

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User:Yidinekachew

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User account Yidinekachew was created

List of MPs elected in the United Kingdom general election, February 1974

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Nicosia Marathon

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The oldest runner was Cypriot Andreas Pampakas,<ref>[http://www.nicosiamarathon.com/gr/downloads/Results2012_HalfMarathon_Men_60.pdf Half Marathon Race (older then 60)]</ref> aged 76 with children as young as 4 years old participating as well.
 
The oldest runner was Cypriot Andreas Pampakas,<ref>[http://www.nicosiamarathon.com/gr/downloads/Results2012_HalfMarathon_Men_60.pdf Half Marathon Race (older then 60)]</ref> aged 76 with children as young as 4 years old participating as well.
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The Athanasios Ktorides Foundation simultaneously with the marathon organized "''Winner's Fair''" with many different activities. All proceeds are donated to the Cyprus Anti-Cancer Society.<ref name="cyprusedirectory">{{cite web|url=http://www.cyprusedirectory.com/articleview.aspx?ID=26488|title=Quantum marathon takes place Sunday - Cyprus Internet Directory|website=cyprusedirectory.com|accessdate=2018-02-08}}</ref> The Foundation also from the marathon participations' revenue supported the charitable institutions "''One Dream One Wish''", [[The Cyprus Institute of Neurology and Genetics]], the ''Association of Parents and Friends of Children with Heart Disease'' and [[UNICEF]].<ref name="cy2012">{{cite web|url=http://www.cy2012.eu/index.php/en/cultural-calendar/event-851|title=Cyprus Presidency of the Council of the European Union 2012 - Quantum Nicosia Marathon|website=cy2012.eu|accessdate=2018-02-08}}</ref>supported the charitable institutions "''One Dream One Wish''", [[The Cyprus Institute of Neurology and Genetics]], the ''Association of Parents and Friends of Children with Heart Disease'' and [[UNICEF]].<ref name="cy2012">{{cite web|url=http://www.cy2012.eu/index.php/en/cultural-calendar/event-851|title=Cyprus Presidency of the Council of the European Union 2012 - Quantum Nicosia Marathon|website=cy2012.eu|accessdate=2018-02-08}}</ref>
   
 
==List of winners of 2012 Marathon==
 
==List of winners of 2012 Marathon==

User:Anlove

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Wikipedia:Sockpuppet investigations/Graduation9650073658

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Jeddah Economic Forum

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* {{flagicon|Saudi Arabia}} H.E. Dr. Muhammad Al Jasser, Kingdom of [[Saudi Arabia]].
 
* {{flagicon|Saudi Arabia}} H.E. Dr. Muhammad Al Jasser, Kingdom of [[Saudi Arabia]].
 
* {{flagicon|Saudi Arabia}} H.E. Mr. Ibrahim Al Moiquel, Kingdom of [[Saudi Arabia]].
 
* {{flagicon|Saudi Arabia}} H.E. Mr. Ibrahim Al Moiquel, Kingdom of [[Saudi Arabia]].
* {{flagicon|Saudi Arabia}} Shiekh Saleh Kamel Chairman – JCCI, [[Saudi Arabia]].
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* {{flagicon|Saudi Arabia}} Dr Lama Al Suleiman Board Member [[Saudi Arabia]].
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* {{flagicon|Lebanon}} [[Dr Boutros Klink]] KSA CEO - Standard Chartered plc, Republic of [[Lebanon]].
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* {{flagicon|Spain}} [[Prof. Xavier Sala-i-Martin]] Kingdom of [[Spain]].
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* {{flagicon|United Kingdom}} [[Mr. Andrew Cleaves]] IDD National Express Board Director lead for Transport, [[U.K.]]
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* {{flagicon|Singapore}} [[Mr. Mohinder Singh Dean]] LTA Academy Land Transport Authority Singapore, [[Singapore]].
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* {{flagicon|France}} [[Mr.Gregoire Sentilhes]] President of Citizen Entrepreneurs, [[France]].
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==See also==
 
==See also==

Ecuador

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After nearly 300 years of Spanish rule, Quito was still a small city numbering 10,000 inhabitants. On August 10, 1809, the city's ''[[Criollo people|criollos]]'' called for independence from Spain (first among the peoples of Latin America). They were led by Juan Pío Montúfar, Quiroga, Salinas, and Bishop Cuero y Caicedo. Quito's nickname, "''[[Luz de América]]''" ("Light of America"), is based on its leading role in trying to secure an independent, local government. Although the new government lasted no more than two months, it had important repercussions and was an inspiration for the independence movement of the rest of Spanish America.
 
After nearly 300 years of Spanish rule, Quito was still a small city numbering 10,000 inhabitants. On August 10, 1809, the city's ''[[Criollo people|criollos]]'' called for independence from Spain (first among the peoples of Latin America). They were led by Juan Pío Montúfar, Quiroga, Salinas, and Bishop Cuero y Caicedo. Quito's nickname, "''[[Luz de América]]''" ("Light of America"), is based on its leading role in trying to secure an independent, local government. Although the new government lasted no more than two months, it had important repercussions and was an inspiration for the independence movement of the rest of Spanish America.
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all [[brigantine]], the ''San Pedro''.
File:Ecuador ingapirca inca ruins.jpg|[[Ingapirca]] ruins northeast of Cañar canton, [[Cañar Province, Ecuador|Cañar Province]]
 
File:Luis Montero - The Funerals of Inca Atahualpa - Google Art Project.jpg|One of the main events in the conquest of the Incan Empire was the death of [[Atahualpa]], the last [[Sapa Inca]] on August 29, 1533
 
File:Quito-San Diego-01.jpg|Spanish Historical Center in [[Quito]]
 
File:Pizarroshipbuilding.jpg|[[Shipwright]]s from Francisco de Orellana's expedition building a small [[brigantine]], the ''San Pedro''.
 
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===Independence===
 
===Independence===
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Due to the continuous border disputes with Peru, finally settled in the early 2000s, and due to the ongoing problem with the Colombian guerrilla insurgency infiltrating Amazonian provinces, the Ecuadorian Armed Forces has gone through a series of changes. In 2009, the new administration at the Defense Ministry launched a deep restructuring within the forces, increasing spending budget to $1,691,776,803, an increase of 25%.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.ccmr.org/public/library_file_proxy.cfm/lid/5603 |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20090506111602/http://www.ccmr.org/public/library_file_proxy.cfm/lid/5603 |archivedate=May 6, 2009 |title=Ecuador: A Comparative Atlas of Defence in Latin America / 2008 Edition|publisher=ccmr.org |accessdate=June 26, 2010}}</ref>
 
Due to the continuous border disputes with Peru, finally settled in the early 2000s, and due to the ongoing problem with the Colombian guerrilla insurgency infiltrating Amazonian provinces, the Ecuadorian Armed Forces has gone through a series of changes. In 2009, the new administration at the Defense Ministry launched a deep restructuring within the forces, increasing spending budget to $1,691,776,803, an increase of 25%.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.ccmr.org/public/library_file_proxy.cfm/lid/5603 |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20090506111602/http://www.ccmr.org/public/library_file_proxy.cfm/lid/5603 |archivedate=May 6, 2009 |title=Ecuador: A Comparative Atlas of Defence in Latin America / 2008 Edition|publisher=ccmr.org |accessdate=June 26, 2010}}</ref>
   
The icons of the Ecuadorian military forces are the Marshall Antonio José de Sucre and General [[Eloy Alfaro]]. The Military Academy General Eloy Alfaro (c. 1838) graduates the army officers and is located in Quito.<ref>[http://www.esmil.mil.ec/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=65&Itemid=81 History of the "Escuela Superior Militar Eloy Alfaro"] {{webarchive |url=https://web.archive.org/web/20110719133956/http://www.esmil.mil.ec/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=65&Itemid=81 |date=July 19, 2011 }}</ref> The Ecuadorian Navy Academy (c. 1837), located in Salinas graduates the navy officers,<ref>[http://wayback.archive-it.org/all/20171010140059/http://www.armada.mil.ec/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=47 History of the "Escuela Superior Naval del Ecuador"]</ref> and the Air Academy "Cosme Rennella (c. 1920), also located in Salinas, graduates the air force officers.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.esmafae.mil.ec/nuestra-historia/historia-de-la-esma.html |title=History of the 'Escuela Superior Militar de Aviacion Cosme Rennella' |publisher=Esmafae.mil.ec |accessdate=February 24, 2012 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20111220150024/http://www.esmafae.mil.ec/nuestra-historia/historia-de-la-esma.html |archivedate=December 20, 2011 |df=mdy-all }}</ref> Other training academies for different military specialties are found across the country.
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The icons of the Ecuadorian military forces are the Marshall Antonio José de Sucre and General [[Eloy Alfaro]]. The Military Academy General Eloy Alfaro (c. 1838) graduates the army officers and is located in Quito.<ref>[http://www.esmil.mil.ec/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=65&Itemid=81 History of the "Escuela Superior Militar Eloy Alfaro"] {{webarchive |url=https://web.archive.org/web/20110719133956/http://www.esmil.mil.ec/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=65&Itemid=81 |date=July 19, 2011 }}</ref> The Ecuadorian Navy Academy (c. 1837), located in Salinas graduates the navy officers,<ref>{{cite web|url=http://wayback.archive-it.org/all/20171010140059/http://www.armada.mil.ec/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=47|title=Armada del Ecuador|website=Armada del Ecuador}}</ref> and the Air Academy "Cosme Rennella (c. 1920), also located in Salinas, graduates the air force officers.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.esmafae.mil.ec/nuestra-historia/historia-de-la-esma.html |title=History of the 'Escuela Superior Militar de Aviacion Cosme Rennella' |publisher=Esmafae.mil.ec |accessdate=February 24, 2012 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20111220150024/http://www.esmafae.mil.ec/nuestra-historia/historia-de-la-esma.html |archivedate=December 20, 2011 |df=mdy-all }}</ref> Other training academies for different military specialties are found across the country.
   
 
==Geography==
 
==Geography==
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Despite being on the UNESCO list, the Galápagos are endangered by a range of negative environmental effects, threatening the existence of this exotic [[ecosystem]].<ref>{{cite news|last=Lemonick |first=Michael D. |url=http://www.time.com/time/magazine/printout/0,8816,983635,00.html |title=Time Magazine Report |work=Time |date=October 30, 1995 |accessdate=June 26, 2010}}</ref> Additionally, oil exploitation of the Amazon rainforest has led to the release of billions of gallons of untreated wastes, gas, and crude oil into the environment, contaminating ecosystems and causing detrimental health effects to Amerindian peoples.<ref>{{cite journal |last=San Sebastian |first=M. |last2=Hurtig |first2=A. K. |title=Oil Exploitation in the Amazon Basin of Ecuador: A Public Health Emergency |journal=Pan American Journal of Public Health |volume=15 |issue=3 |year=2004 |doi=10.1590/S1020-49892004000300014 }}</ref>
 
Despite being on the UNESCO list, the Galápagos are endangered by a range of negative environmental effects, threatening the existence of this exotic [[ecosystem]].<ref>{{cite news|last=Lemonick |first=Michael D. |url=http://www.time.com/time/magazine/printout/0,8816,983635,00.html |title=Time Magazine Report |work=Time |date=October 30, 1995 |accessdate=June 26, 2010}}</ref> Additionally, oil exploitation of the Amazon rainforest has led to the release of billions of gallons of untreated wastes, gas, and crude oil into the environment, contaminating ecosystems and causing detrimental health effects to Amerindian peoples.<ref>{{cite journal |last=San Sebastian |first=M. |last2=Hurtig |first2=A. K. |title=Oil Exploitation in the Amazon Basin of Ecuador: A Public Health Emergency |journal=Pan American Journal of Public Health |volume=15 |issue=3 |year=2004 |doi=10.1590/S1020-49892004000300014 }}</ref>
 
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File:Galapagos dominance display.jpg|[[Galápagos tortoise]], [[Santa Cruz Island (Galápagos)|Santa Cruz Island]]
 
File:SulaNebouxi.jpg|[[Blue-footed booby]]
 
File:Sphyrna lewini galapagos.jpg|[[Hammerhead shark]]s
 
File:Seegurke-Galapagos-Champion.jpg|[[Sea cucumber]] ''Isostichopus fuscus'' near [[Floreana]]
 
File:Galapagos plants I 01.jpg|''Galapagos plant'' by [[Klaus Schönitzer]] ([[:File:Galapagos full ocr.pdf|full pdf]])
 
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==Economy==
 
==Economy==
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==Electrical power outlets==
 
==Electrical power outlets==
 
Electrical power outlets in Ecuador are the same as in the US (110v).
 
Electrical power outlets in Ecuador are the same as in the US (110v).
 
==Water supply and sanitation==
 
{{Main|Water supply and sanitation in Ecuador}}
 
Drinking [[water supply]] and [[sanitation]] in Ecuador is characterized by a number of achievements and challenges. One key achievement is a significant increase in both access to an [[improved water source]] (82% in 1990 to 96% in 2010 in urban areas) <ref name=JMP>{{cite web |url=http://www.wssinfo.org/data-estimates/table/ |title=Archived copy |accessdate=2012-10-19 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20140209002836/http://www.wssinfo.org/data-estimates/table/ |archivedate=February 9, 2014 |df=mdy-all }}</ref> and [[improved sanitation]] (77% in 1990 to 96% in 2010 in urban areas). Significant increases in coverage in urban areas were achieved both by the public utility EMAAP-Q, serving the capital [[Quito]], and the private concessionaire Interagua in the country's largest city [[Guayaquil]]. However, municipalities rely overwhelmingly upon central government investment, rather than recouping the costs at a local level. Another problem is intermittent water supply, which affects half of the urban areas. Also, only 8% of all collected [[wastewater treatment|wastewater]] is being treated. The level of [[non-revenue water]] is estimated at 65%, one of the highest in Latin America.
 
   
 
==Mobile (cellular) phone frequencies==
 
==Mobile (cellular) phone frequencies==
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[[File:Basilica del Voto Nacional.jpg|thumb|upright|[[Basílica del Voto Nacional]] in old downtown Quito]]
 
[[File:Basilica del Voto Nacional.jpg|thumb|upright|[[Basílica del Voto Nacional]] in old downtown Quito]]
 
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Holy Name High School

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*[[John Banaszak]], former NFL player
 
*[[John Banaszak]], former NFL player
 
*[[Robert Bardwell]], musician
 
*[[Robert Bardwell]], musician
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*[[Adam Bostwick]], chef; winner of ''[[Chopped]]'' (TV series) episode on [[Food Network]]<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.crainscleveland.com/article/20170918/news/135901/chef-adam-bostwick-calls-fun-creativity-win-chopped|title=Adam Bostwick|last=|first=|date=18 September 2017|website=www.crainscleveland.com|publisher=|access-date=18 September 2017}}</ref>
 
*[[Chris Broussard]], sports journalist, contributor to [[ESPN]], ''[[New York Times]]'' and ''[[TrueHoop]]''
 
*[[Chris Broussard]], sports journalist, contributor to [[ESPN]], ''[[New York Times]]'' and ''[[TrueHoop]]''
 
*[[James Kall]], stage, television and film actor; Yale Drama School graduate<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.imdb.me/jameskall|title=James Kall|last=|first=|date=4 January 2017|website=www.imdb.com|publisher=|access-date=29 December 2016}}</ref>
 
*[[James Kall]], stage, television and film actor; Yale Drama School graduate<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.imdb.me/jameskall|title=James Kall|last=|first=|date=4 January 2017|website=www.imdb.com|publisher=|access-date=29 December 2016}}</ref>

Museums of Metz

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The '''Museum of Metz''' (''Musée de la Cour d'Or - Metz Métropole''), in [[Metz]], [[France]], was founded in 1839. It is a labyrinthal organization of rooms, incorporating the ancient Petites Carmes Abbey, the Chèvremont granary, and the Trinitaires church. The institution is organized into four broad sections:
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The '''Museum of Metz''' (''Musée de la Cour d'Or - Metz Métropole''), in [[Metz]], [[France]], was founded in 1839. It is a labyrinthine organization of rooms, incorporating the ancient Petites Carmes Abbey, the Chèvremont granary, and the Trinitaires church. The institution is organized into four broad sections:
 
*the history and archeological museum, containing rich collections of [[Gallo-Roman]] finds — extension works to the museums in the 1930s revealed the vestiges of Gallo-Roman baths;
 
*the history and archeological museum, containing rich collections of [[Gallo-Roman]] finds — extension works to the museums in the 1930s revealed the vestiges of Gallo-Roman baths;
 
*the medieval department;
 
*the medieval department;

Ancient Hebrew writings

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*[[Bar Kokhba Revolt coinage]] (132–135 CE)
 
*[[Bar Kokhba Revolt coinage]] (132–135 CE)
 
*[http://www.kchanson.com/ANCDOCS/westsem/cow.html pMur 42: Letter Attesting Ownership of a Cow] (c. 135 CE)
 
*[http://www.kchanson.com/ANCDOCS/westsem/cow.html pMur 42: Letter Attesting Ownership of a Cow] (c. 135 CE)
 
Recent advances in deep learning and AI have tentatively suggested a link between the Voynich Manuscript and encrypted Hebrew,
 
if so then the current manuscript could be a handwritten carbon copy of a more ancient text. If so then it could be the oldest
 
surviving example of Hebrew writing and predate parts of the Old Testament by several hundred years.
 
Further analysis is being done at the moment to verify this claim.
 
   
 
==References==
 
==References==

Through the Keyhole

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AKB48 Group

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{{Infobox Musician
 
{{Infobox Musician
 
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|Img_capt = Top: [[AKB48]] [[Akihabara]], [[SKE48]] in [[Sakae, Nagoya]]<br>Center: [[NMB48]], [[Namba]]; [[HKT48]] in [[Hakata-ku, Fukuoka|Hakata]]<br>Bottom: [[JKT48]] in [[Jakarta]], [[Indonesia]]; [[BNK48]] in [[Bangkok]], [[Thailand]]
 
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AKS also collaborates with [[Produce 101]] in creating [[Produce 48]] in [[South Korea]].<ref>https://www.allkpop.com/article/2017/12/akb48-confirmed-to-participate-in-mnets-produce-48</ref> It has also been rumored that the company is planning to create a sister group in [[Mexico]].<ref>https://akbzine.com/2015/12/09/akimoto-create-akb-sister-group-mexico/</ref>
 
AKS also collaborates with [[Produce 101]] in creating [[Produce 48]] in [[South Korea]].<ref>https://www.allkpop.com/article/2017/12/akb48-confirmed-to-participate-in-mnets-produce-48</ref> It has also been rumored that the company is planning to create a sister group in [[Mexico]].<ref>https://akbzine.com/2015/12/09/akimoto-create-akb-sister-group-mexico/</ref>
 
== Gallery ==
 
 
<gallery>
 
File:Ske48 teamk2.jpg|[[SKE48]] ([[Sakae, Nagoya]])
 
File:NMB48 during Asian tour in Bangkok 2017.jpg|[[NMB48]] ([[Namba]])
 
File:HKT48 Nishitetsu.jpg|[[HKT48]] ([[Hakata-ku, Fukuoka|Hakata]])
 
File:JKT48 Jak-Japan Matsuri Aitakatta.jpg|[[JKT48]] ([[Jakarta]], [[Indonesia]])
 
File:BNK48 Cat Expo 2017.jpg|[[BNK48]] ([[Bangkok]], [[Thailand]])
 
</gallery>
 
   
 
== Distribution map ==
 
== Distribution map ==

User:Muskan rahul

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User account Muskan rahul was created

Masako Nozawa

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Computer and video games

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*''[[Egg Monster Hero]] 4'' (Four-Dimensional Empress)
 
*''[[Egg Monster Hero]] 4'' (Four-Dimensional Empress)
 
*''[[Final Fantasy Type-0]]'' (Commissar)
 
*''[[Final Fantasy Type-0]]'' (Commissar)
*''[[League of Legends]]'' (Wukong)
 
 
*''[[Kingdom Hearts|''Kingdom Hearts'' series]]'' (Merryweather)
 
*''[[Kingdom Hearts|''Kingdom Hearts'' series]]'' (Merryweather)
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*''[[League of Legends]]'' (Wukong)
 
*''[[The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword]]'' ([[Recurring characters in The Legend of Zelda series#Impa|Old Woman]])
 
*''[[The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword]]'' ([[Recurring characters in The Legend of Zelda series#Impa|Old Woman]])
 
*''[[PoPoLoCrois Monogatari|PoPoRoGue]]'' (Gilda)
 
*''[[PoPoLoCrois Monogatari|PoPoRoGue]]'' (Gilda)

Eurovision Song Contest 2018

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Semi-final 1

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| {{Esc|Croatia|y=2018}}
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|[[Franka Batelić|Franka]]<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://eurosong.hrt.hr/vijest/94/franka-predstavnica-hrvatske-na-63-eurosongu|title=Eurosong - Franka predstavnica Hrvatske na 63. Eurosongu|last=radiotelevizija|first=Hrvatska|work=Eurosong|access-date=2018-02-13|language=hr}}</ref>
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|"[[Crazy (Franka Batelić song)|Crazy]]"<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://eurosong.hrt.hr/vijest/94/franka-predstavnica-hrvatske-na-63-eurosongu|title=Eurosong - Franka predstavnica Hrvatske na 63. Eurosongu|last=radiotelevizija|first=Hrvatska|work=Eurosong|access-date=2018-02-13|language=hr}}</ref>
 
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User talk:Msabaq

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وإثبات أنك تعمل في الوزارة وأنك مالك حقوق [[:File:Noura Al Kaabi.jpg|الصورة]]
 
وإثبات أنك تعمل في الوزارة وأنك مالك حقوق [[:File:Noura Al Kaabi.jpg|الصورة]]
 
شكرا لك
 
شكرا لك
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--[[User:Msabaq|Msabaq]] ([[User talk:Msabaq#top|talk]]) 07:55, 13 February 2018 (UTC)
 
هذه الصورة ملك الوزارة عن طريق مصورين الوزارة ولقد رفعت اصل الصورة على الموقع ماهو المطلوب ثانيا والبريد الالكتروني السابق هو يثبت عملي في الوزارة مع الموقع
 
هذه الصورة ملك الوزارة عن طريق مصورين الوزارة ولقد رفعت اصل الصورة على الموقع ماهو المطلوب ثانيا والبريد الالكتروني السابق هو يثبت عملي في الوزارة مع الموقع
 
الرجاء المساعدة
 
الرجاء المساعدة

Cemetery of the Evergreens

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Individual graves

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*[[Bill Dahlen]] (1870–1950), [[Major League Baseball]] player, one of the outstanding early 20th century players. Lies in an unmarked grave.
 
*[[Bill Dahlen]] (1870–1950), [[Major League Baseball]] player, one of the outstanding early 20th century players. Lies in an unmarked grave.
 
*[[James E. Davis (councilman)|James E. Davis]] (1962–2003), New York City councilman (he was originally interred in [[Green-Wood Cemetery]], but after it was realized that his [[assassin]] was also interred there, he was moved to the Cemetery of the Evergreens)
 
*[[James E. Davis (councilman)|James E. Davis]] (1962–2003), New York City councilman (he was originally interred in [[Green-Wood Cemetery]], but after it was realized that his [[assassin]] was also interred there, he was moved to the Cemetery of the Evergreens)
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*[[George Henry Ellis]] (1875-1898), A chief yeoman on the USS Brooklyn
 
*[[Alice Fleming]] Day (1882-1952), actress, stage and screen
 
*[[Alice Fleming]] Day (1882-1952), actress, stage and screen
 
*[[Effie Germon]] (1845–1914), Stage actress descended from the Germons of Baltimore, an old theatrical family
 
*[[Effie Germon]] (1845–1914), Stage actress descended from the Germons of Baltimore, an old theatrical family

El Centro, California

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=== Climate ===
 
=== Climate ===
El Centro has a [[desert climate]] and is the southernmost desert city below sea level in the continental United States. It features long, extremely hot summers, and mild winters. El Centro has over 350 days of sunshine and under {{convert|3|in|mm}} of rain annually. Winter temperatures are in the low 70s to mid 80s with over-night lows in the low 50s to low 40s. During summer days, the dry, desert heat can push temperatures well into the 100s, while the nights stay in the low 80s to low 70s. Snow is almost totally unknown in the town, except for a very strong winter storm that covered the entire valley with 4 inches snow on December 12, 1934 and a very brief fall of sleet mixed with hail during a shower in December 1967. On average there are about 6 days that dip into the mid to lower 30's.
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El Centro has a [[desert climate]] and is the southernmost desert city below sea level in the continental United States. It features long, extremely hot summers, and mild winters. El Centro has over 350 days of sunshine and under {{convert|3|in|mm}} of rain annually. Winter temperatures are in the low 70s to mid 80s with over-night lows in the low 50s to low 40s. During summer days of June; typically the driest month of the year with no precipitation, the dry, desert heat can push temperatures well into the 100s, while the nights stay in the low 80s to low 70s. The [[North American Monsoon]] typically increases the humidity from July through September. At times, the climate can resemble that of tropical areas in the Carribean. This leads to Daily thunderstorms than can bring hail, downpours, lightning, and dust storms more commonly known as [[Haboob|Haboob.]] During the Eastern Pacific hurricane season, hurricanes occasionally track up the [[Baja California Peninsula|Baja California]]Peninsula and bring remnants of Tropical Storms through the desert that can result in flash flooding and heavy widespread thunderstorms. This can lead to significantly higher than normal precipitation, at times bringing 2-4 inches of rain in short periods of time. The precipitation in the Winter months is predominantly rain showers from the occasional winter storms. At times these storms bring cold temperatures to El Centro and surrounding cities, and mountain snowfall to the nearby Mountains. Snow is almost totally unknown in the town, except for a very strong winter storm that covered the entire valley with 4 inches snow on December 12, 1934 and a very brief fall of sleet mixed with hail during a shower in December 1967. On average there are about 6 days that dip into the mid to lower 30's.
 
{{Clear}}
 
{{Clear}}
   

Diary (disambiguation)

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Songs

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*"The Diary", a song by Hollywood Undead from the album ''[[Swan Songs (Hollywood Undead album)|Swan Songs]]''
 
*"The Diary", a song by Hollywood Undead from the album ''[[Swan Songs (Hollywood Undead album)|Swan Songs]]''
 
*"Diary", a song by Wale from the album ''[[Attention Deficit (album)|Attention Deficit]]''
 
*"Diary", a song by Wale from the album ''[[Attention Deficit (album)|Attention Deficit]]''
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*"The Diary", a song by ''[[Funeral for a Friend]]'' from the album ''[[Tales Don't Tell Themselves]]''
   
 
==Others==
 
==Others==

Roman command structure during First Mithridatic War

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====Commander Murena====
 
Dozens of ancient historians refer to Lucius Lucinius Murena, father (''pater'') of a son by the same name also involved in the Civil and Mithridatic Wars. This is circumstantial evidence that Lentulus did not survive to become as well known. Unlike Lentulus, Murena is an ''imperator'', but not a proconsul, not even ''ex praetura''. Moreover, he cannot be found on the Consul list, even though his son can. The idea that he was some sort of ''praetor'' at Rome, to become ''pro consule ex praetura'' is thus unsubstantiated by any evidence.
 
Dozens of ancient historians refer to Lucius Lucinius Murena, father (''pater'') of a son by the same name also involved in the Civil and Mithridatic Wars. This is circumstantial evidence that Lentulus did not survive to become as well known. Unlike Lentulus, Murena is an ''imperator'', but not a proconsul, not even ''ex praetura''. Moreover, he cannot be found on the Consul list, even though his son can. The idea that he was some sort of ''praetor'' at Rome, to become ''pro consule ex praetura'' is thus unsubstantiated by any evidence.
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On February 23, 2010, [[Orlando Zapata Tamayo]], a dissident arrested in 2003 as part of a crackdown on opposition groups, died in a hospital while undertaking a hunger strike that had been ongoing for 83 days, in Cuba's "Kilo 8" prison. He had declared the hunger strike in protest of the poor conditions of the prison in which he was held.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/8533350.stm|title=Cuban prison hunger striker Orlando Zapata Tamayo dies|publisher=BBC News|date=2010-02-24}}</ref> He was one of 55 prisoners of conscience in Cuba to have been adopted by Amnesty International. He was charged with an array of offences, including "resistance", "contempt", and "disrespect".
 
On February 23, 2010, [[Orlando Zapata Tamayo]], a dissident arrested in 2003 as part of a crackdown on opposition groups, died in a hospital while undertaking a hunger strike that had been ongoing for 83 days, in Cuba's "Kilo 8" prison. He had declared the hunger strike in protest of the poor conditions of the prison in which he was held.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/8533350.stm|title=Cuban prison hunger striker Orlando Zapata Tamayo dies|publisher=BBC News|date=2010-02-24}}</ref> He was one of 55 prisoners of conscience in Cuba to have been adopted by Amnesty International. He was charged with an array of offences, including "resistance", "contempt", and "disrespect".
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===Yeb Sano=== With his country grappling with the damage from "hell-storm" Super Typhoon Haiyan, a Philippines diplomat launched a hunger strike on November 11, 2013 to pressure a U.N. climate change conference in Warsaw for concrete steps to fight global warming.
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Yeb Sano said he was fasting "in solidarity with my countrymen who are now struggling for food back home" -- including his own brother, who "had been gathering bodies of the dead with his own two hands." "What my country is going through as a result of this extreme climate event is madness. The climate crisis is madness," he said. "Mr. President, we can stop this madness, right here in Warsaw."https://edition.cnn.com/2013/11/12/world/europe/poland-philippines-sano-cop/index.html
   
 
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* [[Biathlon at the 1998 Winter Olympics – Men's relay|1998]]: {{flagIOCathlete|[[Ricco Groß]], [[Peter Sendel]], [[Sven Fischer]], [[Frank Luck]]|GER|1998 Winter}}
 
* [[Biathlon at the 1998 Winter Olympics – Men's relay|1998]]: {{flagIOCathlete|[[Ricco Groß]], [[Peter Sendel]], [[Sven Fischer]], [[Frank Luck]]|GER|1998 Winter}}
 
* [[Biathlon at the 2002 Winter Olympics – Men's relay|2002]]: {{flagIOCathlete|[[Halvard Hanevold]], [[Frode Andresen]], [[Egil Gjelland]], [[Ole Einar Bjørndalen]]|NOR|2002 Winter}}
 
* [[Biathlon at the 2002 Winter Olympics – Men's relay|2002]]: {{flagIOCathlete|[[Halvard Hanevold]], [[Frode Andresen]], [[Egil Gjelland]], [[Ole Einar Bjørndalen]]|NOR|2002 Winter}}
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* [[Biathlon at the 2010 Winter Olympics – Men's relay|2010]]: {{flagIOCathlete|[[Halvard Hanevold]], [[Tarjei Bø]], [[Emil Hegle Svendsen]], [[Ole Einar Bjørndalen]]|NOR|2010 Winter}}
 
* [[Biathlon at the 2014 Winter Olympics – Men's relay|2014]]: {{flagIOCathlete|[[Alexey Volkov (biathlete)|Alexey Volkov]], [[Evgeny Ustyugov]], [[Dmitry Malyshko]], [[Anton Shipulin]]|RUS|2014 Winter}}
 
* [[Biathlon at the 2014 Winter Olympics – Men's relay|2014]]: {{flagIOCathlete|[[Alexey Volkov (biathlete)|Alexey Volkov]], [[Evgeny Ustyugov]], [[Dmitry Malyshko]], [[Anton Shipulin]]|RUS|2014 Winter}}

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[[Roger Ebert]] awarded the film two stars.<ref>{{cite web|last=Ebert|first=Roger|title=Nick Nolte: No Exit|date=17 March 2010|publisher=[[RogerEbert.com]]|url=https://www.rogerebert.com/reviews/nick-nolte-no-exit-2010|accessdate=13 February 2018}}</ref>
   
 
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User:Chaldeanbeast01

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*F. Jeffrey Patterson, 1981 - present<ref>{{cite web|title=Santa Cruz Mountains Pinot Noir: Chronicle recommends|url=http://www.sfgate.com/food/article/Santa-Cruz-Mountains-Pinot-Noir-Chronicle-2354422.php|website=San Francisco Chronicle|accessdate=19 January 2018}}</ref>
 
*F. Jeffrey Patterson, 1981 - present<ref>{{cite web|title=Santa Cruz Mountains Pinot Noir: Chronicle recommends|url=http://www.sfgate.com/food/article/Santa-Cruz-Mountains-Pinot-Noir-Chronicle-2354422.php|website=San Francisco Chronicle|accessdate=19 January 2018}}</ref>
 
*Three-star Michelin chef [[ David Kinch ]] lived at the vineyard and worked the 1988 harvest.<ref>{{cite web|last1=Bonné|first1=Jon|title=Manresa's wine man aims to take guests on journey|url=http://www.sfgate.com/wine/article/Manresa-s-wine-man-aims-to-take-guests-on-journey-4738584.php|website=San Francisco Chronicle|accessdate=19 January 2018}}</ref>
 
*Three-star Michelin chef [[ David Kinch ]] lived at the vineyard and worked the 1988 harvest.<ref>{{cite web|last1=Bonné|first1=Jon|title=Manresa's wine man aims to take guests on journey|url=http://www.sfgate.com/wine/article/Manresa-s-wine-man-aims-to-take-guests-on-journey-4738584.php|website=San Francisco Chronicle|accessdate=19 January 2018}}</ref>
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*2012 Mount Eden Estate Chardonnay was named #5 in [[Wine Spectator|Wine Spectators]] top 100 Wines of 2015.<ref>{{cite web|last1=Fish|first1=Tim|title=Trailblazers of the Santa Cruz Mountains|url=http://top100.winespectator.com/2015/article/trailblazers-of-the-santa-cruz-mountains/|website=Wine Spectator|accessdate=13 February 2018|language=en}}</ref>
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*Honored at the [[Smithsonian Institution|Smithsonian]]- Fifty Years of American Winemaking: A Smithsonian Conversation with Wine-growing Families.<ref>{{cite web|title=Winiarski honored at Smithsonian|url=http://napavalleyregister.com/wine/winiarski-honored-at-smithsonian/article_5ee48b09-d109-5482-85ae-6fbd2cf330df.html|website=Napa Valley Register|accessdate=13 February 2018|language=en}}</ref>
   
 
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The '''Earth''' is the third planet from the Sun. It is one of the four terrestrial planets in our Solar System. This means most of its mass is solid. The other three are Mercury, Venus, and Mars. The Earth is also called the Blue Planet, "Planet Earth", and "Terra".
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The Earth is home to millions of species of plants and animals, including humans. Earth is the only planet in the galaxy known to support life. Earth has many places that are suitable for humans to live in, although some areas of the planet can are dangerous or uninhabitable.
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Science shows that Earth formed around 4.5 billion years ago. The organisms that live on Earth have completely changed its air (atmosphere); this is called a biosphere.
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71% of Earth's surface is covered in salt water oceans. Earth is the only place in the Solar System where liquid water is known to exist at present. The other 29% is made of rocky land in the shape of continents and islands.
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Earth interacts with other objects in the Solar System, particularly the Sun and the Moon. The Earth orbits the Sun roughly once every 365.25 days. One spin is called a 'day' and one orbit around the Sun is called a 'year'. This is why there are 365 days in a year, but a leap day added to the calendar once every 4 years.<ref>Gnawledge, O'penn. "Planet Earth in the Balance of History". Science and Nature Journal. SandNjournal.com/Earthinthebalance. March 21, 20. Retrieved April 24th, 2013.</ref>
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Earth is a terrestrial planet. This means it is made up of solid rock unlike a gas giant such as Jupiter. It is the largest out of the four terrestrial planets in mass and diameter. The Earth's shape is an oblate spheroid. This means it is basically a sphere but it bulges around the middle. The circumference of the Earth is about 40,000 kilometers; the average width of the Earth is about 12,700 kilometers. The highest point on Earth is the peak of Mount Everest at 8,848 meters above sea level. The lowest natural point is the bottom of the Mariana Trench at 10,911 meters below sea level. Because of the bulge at the middle or the equator, the farthest point from the Earth's center is the top of Mount Chimborazo in Ecuador.<ref>"Origin of the Moon and Earth". Reisch, Maggy. Nature.com: Volume 10:2, p.19-27. http.www.nature.com/102/Reisch/Earth. Retrieved 2009-07-28.</ref>
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Inside, the Earth is similar to the other terrestrial planets. It has an outer, solid rock layer called the crust. Everything that lives on Earth is on top of the crust. Below that is a layer of thick, semi-liquid rock called the mantle. Under that is a thin liquid layer called the outer core and then the solid iron inner core. The thickness of the crust changes. On land the average is between 30–50 kilometers thick. Under the oceans in some places it is only 6 kilometers thick.<ref>"Tectonic plates. Shifting Sands". Roberts, Paul. Harvard University Press. http.www.harvard.edu/roberts/shifting. Retrieved 2009-07-28.</ref>
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The Earth is the only terrestrial planet with active plate tectonics. Due to plate tectonics the Earth's crust basically floats on the thick liquid rock of the mantle below. The crust is split up into parts called plates. These plates interact as they move about causing earthquakes and creating volcanoes and mountain ranges. The place where plates meet are called plate boundaries. There are three types of plate boundary: constructive, destructive and transform.<ref>Toshiro Tanimoto. "Crustal of the Earth". American Geophysical Union. Retrieved 2009-08-02.</ref>
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The Earth changes greatly from place to place. Over 70% of the Earth surface is covered by water. The underwater surface has many of the same features as the above sea with volcanoes, mountains and trenches or canyons. The 30% not covered by water is mostly forests, deserts plains, mountains and plateaus. Human civilization has led to increasing urbanisation — the growth of cities. Many things can change the surface of the Earth. Plate tectonics is main cause of change but there are others such as erosion from wind and rain, erosion by the oceans or meteorite impacts. There are three main types of rock that make up the Earth's surface: Igneous rock is made when magma or lava from the mantle reaches the surface and cools. As it gets colder it turns into rock or solidifies. Sedimentary rock is made from sediment, like sand or small bits of other rock, that has been crushed and packed tightly together. Metamorphic rock which is made when either of the other two types are changed by high or low temperatures and pressures.<ref>"The Crust". Alphonz, Edgar. Oregon State University. http.www.osu.edu/Alphonz/Crust. Retrieved 2009-07-03.</ref>
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A planet's atmosphere is a layer of different gases surrounding it. It is kept there by gravity. The Earth's atmosphere is made of about 78% nitrogen, 21% oxygen and small amounts of other gases. This mixture is often called air. Further up there is a layer of ozone gas called the Ozone layer. Ozone absorbs ultraviolet radiation from the Sun. Ultraviolet radiation is dangerous to people, so without the Ozone layer life would not be possible. The atmosphere also protects the earth from crashes with meteors and small asteroids. This is because they burn up due to all the friction as they fly through it. It also helps to keep Earth warm. Some gases including carbon dioxide and methane act like a blanket around the Earth, they trap heat under them, keeping the Earth warm.<ref>"NASA - Earth's atmosphere". NASA Student Guides. http.www.nasa.gov/student/atmosphere. Retrieved 2009-08-06.</ref>
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Hot air rises. As it rises it gets colder again and falls. This creates convection currents. When hot air meets cold air different weather effects happen. Convection currents are the cause of almost all weather on Earth. When it gets hot on the surface water evaporates and becomes steam or water vapour. This hot water vapour rises. As it rises it gets colder. When it gets cold enough it turns back into water again. This causes the clouds and rain. It is called the water cycle.<ref>"What causes weather?". NASA Student Guides. http.www.nasa.gov/student/weather. Retrieved 2009-08-06</ref>
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The Earth takes about 24 hours to complete one day and about 365 days to complete a year. Actually, the Earth take 365.24 days to revolve around the sun. After every four years, an extra day is added, and the year has 366 days. This is a leap year. The Earth is, on average, 150 million kilometers away from the Sun, and moving at a speed of 30 kilometers a second or 108,000 miles an hour. The Moon orbits the Earth at an average distance of 250,000 miles. It is tidally locked to Earth, which means it always has the same side facing the Earth. It takes roughly one month to complete one orbit. The Earth is part of the Solar System and orbits the sun along with thousands of small objects and eight planets. The Sun, and therefore the Solar System, are currently traveling through the Orion Arm of the Milky Way Galaxy and will be for approximately the next 10,000 years.<ref>"Earth's in the Milky Way". NASA Student Guides. http.www.nasa.gov/student/milkyway. Retrieved 2009-08-06.</ref>
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The song features three guitar solos, two by Tim Armstrong and one by Lars Frederiksen.{{Citation needed|date=August 2011}}
 
The song features three guitar solos, two by Tim Armstrong and one by Lars Frederiksen.{{Citation needed|date=August 2011}}
   
This track was featured in video games and films including ''[[Tony Hawk's Underground 2]]'',<ref>{{cite web|last=Altizer|first=Roger|url=http://playstation.about.com/od/news/a/thug2soundtrack.htm|title=Tony Hawk's Underground 2 Aims to Rock Action Sport Gamers|publisher=[[About.com]]|accessdate=2012-12-10}}</ref> ''[[NASCAR Thunder 2004]]'', ''[[Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London]]'', ''[[The Wedding Ringer]]'', and ''[[Forza Horizon 3]]'' in addition to the opening of [[Brody Jenner]]'s reality TV show ''[[Bromance_(TV_series)|Bromance]]''.{{Citation needed|date=August 2011}}
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This track was featured in video games and films including ''[[Tony Hawk's Underground 2]]'',<ref>{{cite web|last=Altizer|first=Roger|url=http://playstation.about.com/od/news/a/thug2soundtrack.htm|title=Tony Hawk's Underground 2 Aims to Rock Action Sport Gamers|publisher=[[About.com]]|accessdate=2012-12-10}}</ref> ''[[NASCAR Thunder 2004]]'', ''[[Punk's Dead|Punk's Dead: SLC Punk 2]]'', ''[[Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London]]'', ''[[The Wedding Ringer]]'', and ''[[Forza Horizon 3]]'' in addition to the opening of [[Brody Jenner]]'s reality TV show ''[[Bromance_(TV_series)|Bromance]]''.{{Citation needed|date=August 2011}}
   
 
Canadian musician [[Lights (musician) |Lights]] recorded a cover for her EP titled "[[Acoustic (Lights EP) |Acoustic]]" in 2010.
 
Canadian musician [[Lights (musician) |Lights]] recorded a cover for her EP titled "[[Acoustic (Lights EP) |Acoustic]]" in 2010.

2010 IIHF World Championship Division I

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,Nature Records(2006-2009),Monkey Bone (2007-2009)
 
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Occupation(s) = singer songwriter motivator entrepreneur
 
 
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Korea is located on the [[Korean Peninsula]] in [[North-East Asia]]. To the northwest, the Amnok River ([[Yalu River]]) separates Korea from [[China]] and to the northeast, the Duman River ([[Tumen River]]) separates Korea from China and [[Russia]]. The [[Yellow Sea]] is to the west, the [[East China Sea]] and [[Korea Strait]] (Tsushima Strait) is to the south, and the [[Sea of Japan]] is to the east.<ref>[http://www1.korea-np.co.jp/pk/064th_issue/98100708.htm Korean Map] {{webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20130723104323/http://www1.korea-np.co.jp/pk/064th_issue/98100708.htm |date=2013-07-23 }}, The People's Korea, 1998.</ref> Notable islands include [[Jeju Island]] (Jejudo), [[Ulleung Island]] (Ulleungdo), and [[Liancourt Rocks]] (Dokdo).
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Korea is located on the [[Korean Peninsula]] in [[North-East Asia]]. To the northwest, the Amnok River ([[Yalu River]]) separates Korea from [[China]] and to the northeast, the Duman River ([[Tumen River]]) separates Korea from China and [[Russia]]. The [[Yellow Sea]] is to the west, the [[East China Sea]] and [[Korea Strait]] is to the south, and the [[Sea of Korea|East Sea]] is to the east.<ref>[http://www1.korea-np.co.jp/pk/064th_issue/98100708.htm Korean Map] {{webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20130723104323/http://www1.korea-np.co.jp/pk/064th_issue/98100708.htm |date=2013-07-23 }}, The People's Korea, 1998.</ref> Notable islands include [[Jeju Island]] (Jejudo), [[Ulleung Island]] (Ulleungdo), and [[Liancourt Rocks|Dokdo]].
 
 
The southern and western parts of the peninsula have well-developed plains, while the eastern and northern parts are mountainous. The highest mountain in Korea is [[Mount Paektu]] or Paektusan ({{convert|2744|m|ft|0|disp=or|abbr=on}}), through which runs the border with China. The southern extension of Mount Paektu is a highland called [[Gaema Heights]]. This highland was mainly raised during the [[Cenozoic]] orogeny and partly covered by volcanic matter. To the south of Gaema Gowon, successive high mountains are located along the eastern coast of the peninsula. This mountain range is named [[Baekdudaegan]]. Some significant mountains include [[Sobaeksan|Mount Sobaek]] or Sobaeksan ({{convert|1,439|m|ft|0|disp=or|abbr=on}}), [[Mount Kumgang]] or Kumgangsan ({{convert|1,638|m|ft|0|disp=or|abbr=on}}), [[Seoraksan|Mount Seorak]] or Seoraksan ({{convert|1,708|m|ft|0|disp=or|abbr=on}}), [[Taebaeksan|Mount Taebaek]] or Taebaeksan ({{convert|1,567|m|ft|0|disp=or|abbr=on}}), and [[Mount Jiri]] or Jirisan ({{convert|1,915|m|ft|0|disp=or|abbr=on}}). There are several lower, secondary mountain ranges whose direction is almost perpendicular to that of Baekdudaegan. They are developed along the tectonic line of Mesozoic orogeny and their directions are basically northwest.
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The southern and western parts of the peninsula have well-developed plains, while the eastern and northern parts are mountainous. The highest mountain in Korea is [[Mount BaekDu]] or Baekdusan ({{convert|2744|m|ft|0|disp=or|abbr=on}}), through which runs the border with China. The southern extension of Mount Baekdu is a highland called [[Gaema Heights]]. This highland was mainly raised during the [[Cenozoic]] orogeny and partly covered by volcanic matter. To the south of Gaema Gowon, successive high mountains are located along the eastern coast of the peninsula. This mountain range is named [[Baekdudaegan]]. Some significant mountains include [[Sobaeksan|Mount Sobaek]] or Sobaeksan ({{convert|1,439|m|ft|0|disp=or|abbr=on}}), [[Mount Kumgang]] or Kumgangsan ({{convert|1,638|m|ft|0|disp=or|abbr=on}}), [[Seoraksan|Mount Seorak]] or Seoraksan ({{convert|1,708|m|ft|0|disp=or|abbr=on}}), [[Taebaeksan|Mount Taebaek]] or Taebaeksan ({{convert|1,567|m|ft|0|disp=or|abbr=on}}), and [[Mount Jiri]] or Jirisan ({{convert|1,915|m|ft|0|disp=or|abbr=on}}). There are several lower, secondary mountain ranges whose direction is almost perpendicular to that of Baekdudaegan. They are developed along the tectonic line of Mesozoic orogeny and their directions are basically northwest.
   
 
Unlike most ancient mountains on the mainland, many important islands in Korea were formed by volcanic activity in the Cenozoic orogeny. Jeju Island, situated off the southern coast, is a large volcanic island whose main mountain [[Mount Halla]] or Hallasan ({{convert|1950|m|ft|0|disp=or|abbr=on}}) is the highest in South Korea. Ulleung Island is a volcanic island in the Sea of Japan, whose composition is more felsic than Jeju-do. The volcanic islands tend to be younger, the more westward.
 
Unlike most ancient mountains on the mainland, many important islands in Korea were formed by volcanic activity in the Cenozoic orogeny. Jeju Island, situated off the southern coast, is a large volcanic island whose main mountain [[Mount Halla]] or Hallasan ({{convert|1950|m|ft|0|disp=or|abbr=on}}) is the highest in South Korea. Ulleung Island is a volcanic island in the Sea of Japan, whose composition is more felsic than Jeju-do. The volcanic islands tend to be younger, the more westward.

Samgye-tang

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| hangul = {{lang|ko|삼계탕}}
 
| hangul = {{lang|ko|삼계탕}}
 
| hanja = {{lang|ko-Hant|蔘鷄湯}}
 
| hanja = {{lang|ko-Hant|蔘鷄湯}}
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| koreanipa = {{IPA-ko|sam.ɡje̞.tʰaŋ|}}
 
| koreanipa = {{IPA-ko|sam.ɡje̞.tʰaŋ|}}
 
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'''''Samgye-tang'''''<ref name="standardized">{{link language|ko}} {{Cite web|url=http://www.korean.go.kr/common/download.do?file_path=notice&c_file_name=140730_%ED%95%9C%EC%8B%9D%EB%AA%85_%EB%A1%9C%EB%A7%88%EC%9E%90_%ED%91%9C%EA%B8%B0_%EB%B0%8F_%ED%91%9C%EC%A4%80_%EB%B2%88%EC%97%AD_%ED%99%95%EC%A0%95%EC%95%88_.pdf&o_file_name=140730_%ED%95%9C%EC%8B%9D%EB%AA%85_%EB%A1%9C%EB%A7%88%EC%9E%90_%ED%91%9C%EA%B8%B0_%EB%B0%8F_%ED%91%9C%EC%A4%80_%EB%B2%88%EC%97%AD_%ED%99%95%EC%A0%95%EC%95%88_.pdf|title=주요 한식명(200개) 로마자 표기 및 번역(영, 중, 일) 표준안|date=2014-07-30|publisher=[[National Institute of Korean Language]]|trans-title=Standardized Romanizations and Translations (English, Chinese, and Japanese) of (200) Major Korean Dishes|format=PDF|access-date=2017-02-16|layurl=http://www.korean.go.kr/front/board/boardStandardView.do?board_id=4&mn_id=17&b_seq=1465}}</ref> ({{Korean|hangul=삼계탕|hanja=蔘鷄湯|labels=no}}) or '''ginseng chicken soup'''<ref name="standardized" /> means [[Koran ginseng|ginseng]] ([[Korean language|kor]]. ''sam'') - chicken (kor. ''gye'') - soup (kor. ''tang''). It consists primarily of a whole young [[chicken]] ([[Poussin (chicken)|''poussin'']]) - filled with garlic, rice, [[jujube]], and [[Korean ginseng|ginseng]].<ref name="Hyosun Ro - Samgyetang">{{cite web | url=http://www.koreanbapsang.com/2014/08/samgyetang.html |title=Samgyetang (Ginseng Chicken Soup) |author=Hyosun Ro |publisher=Korean Bapsang |access-date=2014-12-25 |language=en }}</ref>
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'''''Samgye-tang''''' ({{Korean|hangul=삼계탕|hanja=蔘鷄湯|labels=no}}) or '''ginseng chicken soup''',<ref name="standardized">{{link language|ko}} {{Cite web|url=http://www.korean.go.kr/common/download.do?file_path=notice&c_file_name=140730_%ED%95%9C%EC%8B%9D%EB%AA%85_%EB%A1%9C%EB%A7%88%EC%9E%90_%ED%91%9C%EA%B8%B0_%EB%B0%8F_%ED%91%9C%EC%A4%80_%EB%B2%88%EC%97%AD_%ED%99%95%EC%A0%95%EC%95%88_.pdf&o_file_name=140730_%ED%95%9C%EC%8B%9D%EB%AA%85_%EB%A1%9C%EB%A7%88%EC%9E%90_%ED%91%9C%EA%B8%B0_%EB%B0%8F_%ED%91%9C%EC%A4%80_%EB%B2%88%EC%97%AD_%ED%99%95%EC%A0%95%EC%95%88_.pdf|title=주요 한식명(200개) 로마자 표기 및 번역(영, 중, 일) 표준안|date=2014-07-30|publisher=[[National Institute of Korean Language]]|trans-title=Standardized Romanizations and Translations (English, Chinese, and Japanese) of (200) Major Korean Dishes|format=PDF|access-date=2017-02-16|layurl=http://www.korean.go.kr/front/board/boardStandardView.do?board_id=4&mn_id=17&b_seq=1465}}</ref> meaning [[Koran ginseng|ginseng]] ([[Korean language|kor]]. ''sam'') - chicken (kor. ''gye'') - soup (kor. ''tang''), consists primarily of a whole young [[chicken]] ([[Poussin (chicken)|''poussin'']]) - filled with garlic, rice, [[jujube]], and [[Korean ginseng|ginseng]].<ref name="Hyosun Ro - Samgyetang">{{cite web | url=http://www.koreanbapsang.com/2014/08/samgyetang.html |title=Samgyetang (Ginseng Chicken Soup) |author=Hyosun Ro |publisher=Korean Bapsang |access-date=2014-12-25 |language=en }}</ref>
 
[[File:Samgyetang in Korea.jpg|thumb|Samgyetang (삼계탕), one of the most popular Korean cuisine dishes.]]
 
[[File:Samgyetang in Korea.jpg|thumb|Samgyetang (삼계탕), one of the most popular Korean cuisine dishes.]]
   

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Pamela (name)

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* [[Pamela Douglas]] a character from soap opera ''[[The Bold and the Beautiful]]''
 
* [[Pamela Douglas]] a character from soap opera ''[[The Bold and the Beautiful]]''
 
* Pamela Ibis, a recurring character from the [[Atelier (series)|''Atelier'' series]] of video games.
 
* Pamela Ibis, a recurring character from the [[Atelier (series)|''Atelier'' series]] of video games.
* [[Pam Beesly]], a main character in ''The Office''.
 
 
* [[Pamela Moran]], a main character in ''[[Army Wives]]''
 
* [[Pamela Moran]], a main character in ''[[Army Wives]]''
   

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User talk:Jimfbleak

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== The careless removal of entire articles is detrimental to human knowledge ==
 
== The careless removal of entire articles is detrimental to human knowledge ==
 
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Relativizing_proof is an article that has no longer been available since 2015, thanks to you. This is an important concept in mathematics - deleted because of a copyright infringement? The page you say it was infringing on isn't in English and provides no accessible knowledge on the subject. Why not remove the offending material from the article instead of removing the entire article?
 
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Relativizing_proof is an article that has no longer been available since 2015, thanks to you. This is an important concept in mathematics - deleted because of a copyright infringement? The page you say it was infringing on isn't in English and provides no accessible knowledge on the subject. Why not remove the offending material from the article instead of removing the entire article?
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