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Liu Tongxun

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== Life ==
 
== Life ==
Liu Tongxun was born in a scholarly family and got a good education since childhood. His father Liu Jie received [[Jinshi]] degree in [[Kangxi Emperor]]'s period, served as provincial administrator, then later promoted to lieutenant governor in Sichuan. And his grandfather Liu Bixian also gained Jinshi degree in [[Shunzhi Emperor]]'s period.
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Liu Tongxun was born in a scholarly family and got a good education since childhood. His father Liu Jie received [[Jinshi]] degree in [[Kangxi Emperor]]'s period, served as provincial administrator, then later promoted to lieutenant governor in Sichuan. And his grandfather Liu Bixian also gained Jinshi degree in [[Shunzhi Emperor]]'s period. Liu Tongxun was studying hard enough, and obtain Jinshi degree in 1724. Sooner, he started his career in [[Hanlin Academy]] (Chinese: 翰林院). Later on, he risen through the central administration. Liu Tongxun was famous in the central government because of his incorruptible personality. He indicted Grand Councilor Zhang Tingyu, Grand Secretary Noqin of in order to curb nepotism factionalism in 1741.

Bad Reputation (Thin Lizzy album)

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{{Infobox album | <!-- See Wikipedia:WikiProject_Albums -->
 
{{Infobox album | <!-- See Wikipedia:WikiProject_Albums -->
 
| Name = Bad Reputation
 
| Name = Bad Reputation
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| Released = 2 September 1977
 
| Released = 2 September 1977
 
| Recorded = May – June 1977
 
| Recorded = May – June 1977
| Studio = Toronto Sound Studios and Sounds Interchange, [[Toronto]], Canada<ref>{{cite book |last=Byrne |first1=Alan |url=https://books.google.it/books?id=yrGcCwAAQBAJ&pg=PA128&lpg=PA128&dq=alan+byrne+%22sounds+interchange%22&source=bl&ots=ocuWnEoZ0R&sig=_IjtcFAHnEBdZwUV6iOJPBxWKXg&hl=it&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjDsPm65cDZAhWMDuwKHZHICsIQ6AEIODAF#v=onepage&q=alan%20byrne%20%22sounds%20interchange%22&f=false |title=Are You Ready?: Thin Lizzy: Album by Album |chapter=Bad Reputation |publisher=Soundcheck Books |year=2015 |page=128 |isbn=978-0992948085 |accessdate=2018-02-25 }}</ref>
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| Studio = Toronto Sound Studios and Sounds Interchange, [[Toronto]], Canada<ref>{{cite book |last=Byrne |first1=Alan |url=https://books.google.it/books?id=yrGcCwAAQBAJ&pg=PA128&lpg=PA128&dq=alan+byrne+%22sounds+interchange%22&source=bl&ots=ocuWnEoZ0R&sig=_IjtcFAHnEBdZwUV6iOJPBxWKXg&hl=it&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjDsPm65cDZAhWMDuwKHZHICsIQ6AEIODAF#v=onepage&q=alan%20byrne%20%22sounds%20interchange%22&f=false |title=Are You Ready?: Thin Lizzy: Album by Album |chapter=Bad Reputation |publisher=Soundcheck Books |year=2015 |page=128 |isbn=978-0992948085 |accessdate=25 February 2018 }}</ref>
 
| Genre = [[Hard rock]], [[blues rock]]
 
| Genre = [[Hard rock]], [[blues rock]]
 
| Length = 35:50
 
| Length = 35:50
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'''''Bad Reputation''''' is the eighth studio album by the Irish rock band [[Thin Lizzy]], released in 1977. As the front cover suggests, most of the tracks feature only three-quarters of the band, with guitarist [[Brian Robertson]] only credited on three tracks. He had missed most of their previous tour, following a hand injury sustained in a brawl,<ref>{{cite book |last=Putterford |first1=Mark |url=https://books.google.it/books?id=15vNhYoMzloC&pg=PT100&lpg=PT100&dq=mark+putterford+the+rocker+brawl+robertson&source=bl&ots=KPFxCyvf08&sig=-9pXhplRKW_Z9TQKvCEoQvwuOHg&hl=it&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjJzoq_usHZAhVD3qQKHUvZCNcQ6AEIMTAB#v=onepage&q=mark%20putterford%20the%20rocker%20brawl%20robertson&f=false |title=Phil Lynott: The Rocker |chapter=The Rise of the Emerald |location=London, UK |publisher=[[Omnibus Press]] |date=7 April 2010 |isbn=978-0857122544 |accessdate=2018-02-25 }}</ref> and this album turned out to be his last studio effort with Thin Lizzy. On 27 June 2011, a new remastered and expanded version of ''Bad Reputation'' was released.
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'''''Bad Reputation''''' is the eighth studio album by the Irish rock band [[Thin Lizzy]], released in 1977. As the front cover suggests, most of the tracks feature only three-quarters of the band, with guitarist [[Brian Robertson]] only credited on three tracks. He had missed most of their previous tour, following a hand injury sustained in a brawl,<ref>{{cite book |last=Putterford |first1=Mark |url=https://books.google.it/books?id=15vNhYoMzloC&pg=PT100&lpg=PT100&dq=mark+putterford+the+rocker+brawl+robertson&source=bl&ots=KPFxCyvf08&sig=-9pXhplRKW_Z9TQKvCEoQvwuOHg&hl=it&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjJzoq_usHZAhVD3qQKHUvZCNcQ6AEIMTAB#v=onepage&q=mark%20putterford%20the%20rocker%20brawl%20robertson&f=false |title=Phil Lynott: The Rocker |chapter=The Rise of the Emerald |location=London, UK |publisher=[[Omnibus Press]] |date=7 April 2010 |isbn=978-0857122544 |accessdate=25 February 2018 }}</ref> and this album turned out to be his last studio effort with Thin Lizzy. On 27 June 2011, a new remastered and expanded version of ''Bad Reputation'' was released.
   
 
==Recording==
 
==Recording==
With Robertson out of the band, band leader [[Phil Lynott]] had decided that [[Scott Gorham]] would be able to handle all the guitar duties himself, and that no replacement for Robertson would be recruited prior to recording the album. However, Gorham believed that a second guitarist was required, particularly for live work, performing songs that were written for two guitars. He later said, "I was always a big believer in the magic circle – once you broke the magic circle, the whole thing was broken, right?"<ref>{{cite web |url=http://rockguitardaily.blogspot.it/2014/06/scott-gorham-still-proving-it-rock.html |title=Scott Gorham - Still Proving It - The Rock Guitar Daily Interview |last=Conley |first=Tony |publisher=Rock Guitar Daily |date=6 June 2014 |accessdate=2018-02-25 }}</ref> He deliberately left two songs ("Opium Trail" and "Killer Without a Cause") without guitar solos recorded, and persuaded Lynott to allow Robertson to return to the band to record the solos for them. Lynott relented, and Robertson flew to Toronto and recorded his lead guitar parts. However, he initially refused to socialise with the other band members: "Christ, I wouldn't even have a drink with them," he said.<ref>{{cite book |last=Byrne |first1=Alan |url=https://books.google.it/books?id=o6kvltyHwX8C&pg=PA110&lpg=PA110&dq=alan+byrne+%22%22Christ,+I+wouldn%27t+even+have+a+drink+with+them%22&source=bl&ots=0vYHNmsGaj&sig=dOqOu44ajylJKRD2dLMaufGexhQ&hl=it&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiQ8dHpt8HZAhVI46QKHevdC5MQ6AEIKDAA#v=onepage&q=alan%20byrne%20%22%22Christ%2C%20I%20wouldn't%20even%20have%20a%20drink%20with%20them%22&f=false |title=Thin Lizzy: Soldiers of Fortune |location=London, UK |publisher=SAF Publishing |year=2006 |page=110 |isbn=978-0946719815 |accessdate=25 February 2018 }}</ref> He later added, "I tried not to go out to clubs for about a week, then succumbed..."<ref name="gohram">{{cite book |last=Doherty |first1=Harry |last2=Gorham |first2=Scott |authorlink2=Scott Gorham |url=https://books.google.it/books?hl=it&id=hjMDAwAAQBAJ&q=succumbed#v=snippet&q=succumbed&f=false |title=Thin Lizzy: The Boys Are Back in Town |chapter=Maintaining a Bad Reputation |location=London, UK |publisher=[[Omnibus Press]] |year=2012 |isbn=978-1780384320 |accessdate=2018-02-25 }}</ref> Robertson and Gorham shared lead guitar parts on only one song, "That Woman's Gonna Break Your Heart".
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With Robertson out of the band, band leader [[Phil Lynott]] had decided that [[Scott Gorham]] would be able to handle all the guitar duties himself, and that no replacement for Robertson would be recruited prior to recording the album. However, Gorham believed that a second guitarist was required, particularly for live work, performing songs that were written for two guitars. He later said, "I was always a big believer in the magic circle – once you broke the magic circle, the whole thing was broken, right?"<ref>{{cite web |url=http://rockguitardaily.blogspot.it/2014/06/scott-gorham-still-proving-it-rock.html |title=Scott Gorham - Still Proving It - The Rock Guitar Daily Interview |last=Conley |first=Tony |publisher=Rock Guitar Daily |date=6 June 2014 |accessdate=25 February 2018 }}</ref> He deliberately left two songs ("Opium Trail" and "Killer Without a Cause") without guitar solos recorded, and persuaded Lynott to allow Robertson to return to the band to record the solos for them. Lynott relented, and Robertson flew to Toronto and recorded his lead guitar parts. However, he initially refused to socialise with the other band members: "Christ, I wouldn't even have a drink with them," he said.<ref>{{cite book |last=Byrne |first1=Alan |url=https://books.google.it/books?id=o6kvltyHwX8C&pg=PA110&lpg=PA110&dq=alan+byrne+%22%22Christ,+I+wouldn%27t+even+have+a+drink+with+them%22&source=bl&ots=0vYHNmsGaj&sig=dOqOu44ajylJKRD2dLMaufGexhQ&hl=it&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiQ8dHpt8HZAhVI46QKHevdC5MQ6AEIKDAA#v=onepage&q=alan%20byrne%20%22%22Christ%2C%20I%20wouldn't%20even%20have%20a%20drink%20with%20them%22&f=false |title=Thin Lizzy: Soldiers of Fortune |location=London, UK |publisher=SAF Publishing |year=2006 |page=110 |isbn=978-0946719815 |accessdate=25 February 2018 }}</ref> He later added, "I tried not to go out to clubs for about a week, then succumbed..."<ref name="gohram">{{cite book |last=Doherty |first1=Harry |last2=Gorham |first2=Scott |authorlink2=Scott Gorham |url=https://books.google.it/books?hl=it&id=hjMDAwAAQBAJ&q=succumbed#v=snippet&q=succumbed&f=false |title=Thin Lizzy: The Boys Are Back in Town |chapter=Maintaining a Bad Reputation |location=London, UK |publisher=[[Omnibus Press]] |year=2012 |isbn=978-1780384320 |accessdate=25 February 2018 }}</ref> Robertson and Gorham shared lead guitar parts on only one song, "That Woman's Gonna Break Your Heart".
   
 
"It was such an important album to us because of all the adversities that we'd been going through," recalled Gorham. "We had to pull this together or we were going to go down in a ball of flames."<ref>{{cite magazine|first=Paul|last=Brannigan|title=The stories behind the songs: Thin Lizzy – Dancing in the moonlight (It's caught me in its spotlight)|magazine=[[Classic Rock (magazine)|Classic Rock]]|issue=226|date=August 2016|p=24}}</ref>
 
"It was such an important album to us because of all the adversities that we'd been going through," recalled Gorham. "We had to pull this together or we were going to go down in a ball of flames."<ref>{{cite magazine|first=Paul|last=Brannigan|title=The stories behind the songs: Thin Lizzy – Dancing in the moonlight (It's caught me in its spotlight)|magazine=[[Classic Rock (magazine)|Classic Rock]]|issue=226|date=August 2016|p=24}}</ref>
   
 
==Cover art==
 
==Cover art==
Thin Lizzy's usual cover artist, [[Jim Fitzpatrick (artist)|Jim Fitzpatrick]], did not contribute to the cover of ''Bad Reputation'', after a misunderstanding between himself and Lynott. With the deadline for the submission of the cover drawing near, Lynott travelled to the US to meet Fitzpatrick at his home in [[Madison, Connecticut]], but went to [[Madison, Wisconsin]] by mistake. Unable to meet with Fitzpatrick in time, Lynott agreed to use an image by [[Linda Sutton|Sutton Cooper]] which featured the band as a trio, without Robertson.<ref>{{cite book |last=Byrne |first1=Alan |url=https://books.google.it/books?id=o6kvltyHwX8C&pg=PA115&lpg=PA115&dq=alan+byrne+%22Sutton+cooper%22&source=bl&ots=0vYHNmsIem&sig=M0CMGb1IW7UFj_hocHtetWN3tdQ&hl=it&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwih6sPduMHZAhVF46QKHRJaBm4Q6AEIKDAA#v=onepage&q=alan%20byrne%20%22Sutton%20cooper%22&f=false |title=Thin Lizzy: Soldiers of Fortune |location=London, UK |publisher=SAF Publishing |year=2006 |page=115 |isbn=978-0946719815 |accessdate=25 February 2018 }}</ref> A photo of the band including Robertson was used on the reverse. The interior artwork featured photos of all four members, plus photos from ''The Incredible Case of the Stack O'Wheat Murders'' by [[Les Krims]], which Lynott had seen in New York.<ref>{{cite book |last=Putterford |first1=Mark |title=Phil Lynott: The Rocker |chapter=Pills, Powders & Potions |location=London, UK |publisher=[[Omnibus Press]] |date=7 April 2010|isbn=978-0857122544 |accessdate=2018-02-25 }}</ref> The album also featured the [[playing card]] [[Suit (cards)|suit]] motifs that previously featured on the ''[[Fighting (Thin Lizzy album)|Fighting]]'' album in 1975, with the spade (Lynott), club (Downey), heart (Gorham) and diamond (Robertson).
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Thin Lizzy's usual cover artist, [[Jim Fitzpatrick (artist)|Jim Fitzpatrick]], did not contribute to the cover of ''Bad Reputation'', after a misunderstanding between himself and Lynott. With the deadline for the submission of the cover drawing near, Lynott travelled to the US to meet Fitzpatrick at his home in [[Madison, Connecticut]], but went to [[Madison, Wisconsin]] by mistake. Unable to meet with Fitzpatrick in time, Lynott agreed to use an image by [[Linda Sutton|Sutton Cooper]] which featured the band as a trio, without Robertson.<ref>{{cite book |last=Byrne |first1=Alan |url=https://books.google.it/books?id=o6kvltyHwX8C&pg=PA115&lpg=PA115&dq=alan+byrne+%22Sutton+cooper%22&source=bl&ots=0vYHNmsIem&sig=M0CMGb1IW7UFj_hocHtetWN3tdQ&hl=it&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwih6sPduMHZAhVF46QKHRJaBm4Q6AEIKDAA#v=onepage&q=alan%20byrne%20%22Sutton%20cooper%22&f=false |title=Thin Lizzy: Soldiers of Fortune |location=London, UK |publisher=SAF Publishing |year=2006 |page=115 |isbn=978-0946719815 |accessdate=25 February 2018 }}</ref> A photo of the band including Robertson was used on the reverse. The interior artwork featured photos of all four members, plus photos from ''The Incredible Case of the Stack O'Wheat Murders'' by [[Les Krims]], which Lynott had seen in New York.<ref>{{cite book |last=Putterford |first1=Mark |title=Phil Lynott: The Rocker |chapter=Pills, Powders & Potions |location=London, UK |publisher=[[Omnibus Press]] |date=7 April 2010|isbn=978-0857122544 |accessdate=25 February 2018 }}</ref> The album also featured the [[playing card]] [[Suit (cards)|suit]] motifs that previously featured on the ''[[Fighting (Thin Lizzy album)|Fighting]]'' album in 1975, with the spade (Lynott), club (Downey), heart (Gorham) and diamond (Robertson).
   
 
Lynott insisted that Robertson would not appear on the front cover, with which Robertson "agreed entirely", although he did appear in a group photograph on the back cover. Robertson later said, "This was another of my little moods. I didn't want my picture on the album cover because I hadn't done any of the backing tracks, and I was even in a bad mood shooting for the back of it."<ref name="gohram"/>
 
Lynott insisted that Robertson would not appear on the front cover, with which Robertson "agreed entirely", although he did appear in a group photograph on the back cover. Robertson later said, "This was another of my little moods. I didn't want my picture on the album cover because I hadn't done any of the backing tracks, and I was even in a bad mood shooting for the back of it."<ref name="gohram"/>
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{{Album ratings
 
{{Album ratings
 
|rev1 = [[AllMusic]]
 
|rev1 = [[AllMusic]]
|rev1score = {{Rating|4.5|5}}<ref name="amg">{{cite web |last=Erlewine |first=Stephen Thomas |authorlink=Stephen Thomas Erlewine|title=Bad Reputation review |work=[[AllMusic]]| publisher=[[Rovi Corporation]] |accessdate=2011-06-22 |url=http://www.allmusic.com/album/bad-reputation-r20003/review}}</ref>
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|rev1score = {{Rating|4.5|5}}<ref name="amg">{{cite web |last=Erlewine |first=Stephen Thomas |authorlink=Stephen Thomas Erlewine|title=Bad Reputation review |work=[[AllMusic]]| publisher=[[Rovi Corporation]] |accessdate=22 June 2011 |url=http://www.allmusic.com/album/bad-reputation-r20003/review}}</ref>
 
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Hailing ''Bad Reputation'' as an improvement on the previous album, ''[[Johnny the Fox]]'', [[Stephen Thomas Erlewine]] of [[AllMusic]] described the album as "leaner and tougher" than its predecessor, partly due to the influence of producer [[Tony Visconti]]. He claimed that Robertson's absence was not noticeable due to [[Scott Gorham]]'s "double duty", and that this was "pure visceral rock & roll, the hardest and heaviest that Thin Lizzy ever made". He considered ''Bad Reputation'' as a rival to ''[[Jailbreak (album)|Jailbreak]]'' as the band's best studio album.<ref name="amg"/>
 
Hailing ''Bad Reputation'' as an improvement on the previous album, ''[[Johnny the Fox]]'', [[Stephen Thomas Erlewine]] of [[AllMusic]] described the album as "leaner and tougher" than its predecessor, partly due to the influence of producer [[Tony Visconti]]. He claimed that Robertson's absence was not noticeable due to [[Scott Gorham]]'s "double duty", and that this was "pure visceral rock & roll, the hardest and heaviest that Thin Lizzy ever made". He considered ''Bad Reputation'' as a rival to ''[[Jailbreak (album)|Jailbreak]]'' as the band's best studio album.<ref name="amg"/>
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==Cover versions and other uses==
 
==Cover versions and other uses==
Although it was not released as a single, the title track became a live staple. American all-girl heavy metal band [[Phantom Blue]] covered "Bad Reputation" on their 1993 sophomore album ''[[Built to Perform]]''.<ref>{{cite AV media notes |title=[[Built to Perform]]|others=[[Phantom Blue]] |year=1993 |type=CD cover |publisher=[[Geffen Records]] |id=GEFD-24603|location=Santa Monica, California}}</ref> A cover version of the song is a playable track in the 2006 music video game ''[[Guitar Hero II]]'',<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://xbox360.gamespy.com/xbox-360/guitar-hero-2/738090p1.html|title=The Complete Guitar Hero II Song List|publisher=[[GameSpy]]|accessdate=2012-12-28|author=Li C. Kuo|date=2006-10-09}}</ref> and the Thin Lizzy version was featured in the soundtrack of the 2001 documentary movie ''[[Dogtown and Z-Boys]]''.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0275309/soundtrack?ref_=ttfc_ql_trv_7 |title= Dogtown & Z-Boys (2001): Soundtracks |publisher=[[IMDb]] |accessdate=2018-02-26 }}</ref> [[24-7 Spyz]] also covered the song on their album ''[[Face the Day]]'' (2006).<ref>{{cite AV media notes |title=[[Face the Day]]|others=[[24-7 Spyz]] |year=2006 |type=CD cover |publisher=Gumbo Records |id=GRC007 }}</ref> [[Foo Fighters]] covered "Bad Reputation" and released it on their covers album, ''[[Medium Rare (Foo Fighters album)|Medium Rare]]'' (2011).<ref>{{cite AV media notes |title=[[Medium Rare (Foo Fighters album)|Medium Rare]]|others=[[Foo Fighters]] |year=2011 |type=CD cover |publisher=Roswell Records |id=88697-84798-1 }}</ref> In 2012 video game ''[[Sleeping Dogs (video game)|Sleeping Dogs]]'' "Bad Reputation" was featured on the in-game radio station Sagittarius FM.<ref>{{cite web |url=https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/boards/981376-sleeping-dogs/63818433 |title=Here's the list of Sleeping Dogs Soundtrack |publisher=[[GameSpot]] |accessdate=2018-02-26 }}</ref> In 2015 English speed metal band [[Raven (British band)|Raven]] covered "Bad Reputation" on their album of covers titled ''Party Killers''. This album was only made available to backers of Raven's kickstarter for their album ''[[ExtermiNation]]'', released in April 2015.<ref>{{cite web |url=https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1085707767/extermination |title=Raven - ExtermiNation |publisher=[[Kickstarter]] |date=2014 |accessdate=2018-02-27 }}</ref>
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Although it was not released as a single, the title track became a live staple. American all-girl heavy metal band [[Phantom Blue]] covered "Bad Reputation" on their 1993 sophomore album ''[[Built to Perform]]''.<ref>{{cite AV media notes |title=[[Built to Perform]]|others=[[Phantom Blue]] |year=1993 |type=CD cover |publisher=[[Geffen Records]] |id=GEFD-24603|location=Santa Monica, California}}</ref> A cover version of the song is a playable track in the 2006 music video game ''[[Guitar Hero II]]'',<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://xbox360.gamespy.com/xbox-360/guitar-hero-2/738090p1.html|title=The Complete Guitar Hero II Song List|publisher=[[GameSpy]]|accessdate=28 December 2012|author=Li C. Kuo|date=9 October 2006}}</ref> and the Thin Lizzy version was featured in the soundtrack of the 2001 documentary movie ''[[Dogtown and Z-Boys]]''.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0275309/soundtrack?ref_=ttfc_ql_trv_7 |title= Dogtown & Z-Boys (2001): Soundtracks |publisher=[[IMDb]] |accessdate=26 February 2018 }}</ref> [[24-7 Spyz]] also covered the song on their album ''[[Face the Day]]'' (2006).<ref>{{cite AV media notes |title=[[Face the Day]]|others=[[24-7 Spyz]] |year=2006 |type=CD cover |publisher=Gumbo Records |id=GRC007 }}</ref> [[Foo Fighters]] covered "Bad Reputation" and released it on their covers album, ''[[Medium Rare (Foo Fighters album)|Medium Rare]]'' (2011).<ref>{{cite AV media notes |title=[[Medium Rare (Foo Fighters album)|Medium Rare]]|others=[[Foo Fighters]] |year=2011 |type=CD cover |publisher=Roswell Records |id=88697-84798-1 }}</ref> In 2012 video game ''[[Sleeping Dogs (video game)|Sleeping Dogs]]'' "Bad Reputation" was featured on the in-game radio station Sagittarius FM.<ref>{{cite web |url=https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/boards/981376-sleeping-dogs/63818433 |title=Here's the list of Sleeping Dogs Soundtrack |publisher=[[GameSpot]] |accessdate=26 February 2018 }}</ref> In 2015 English speed metal band [[Raven (British band)|Raven]] covered "Bad Reputation" on their album of covers titled ''Party Killers''. This album was only made available to backers of Raven's kickstarter for their album ''[[ExtermiNation]]'', released in April 2015.<ref>{{cite web |url=https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1085707767/extermination |title=Raven - ExtermiNation |publisher=[[Kickstarter]] |date=2014 |accessdate=27 February 2018 }}</ref>
   
[[The Smashing Pumpkins]] covered "Dancing in the Moonlight (It's Caught Me in Its Spotlight)" for various live performances, turning the upbeat, overlaid melody of the original into a slowly paced acoustic tune; it was recorded as B-side of the single "[[Disarm]]".<ref>{{cite AV media notes |title=[[Disarm]] |others=[[Smashing Pumpkins]] |year= 1994|type=CD cover |publisher=[[Virgin Records]] |id=7243 8 92310 2 1 }}</ref> British indie pop singer-songwriter [[Diana Vickers]] covered the song as the first of several covers used as teasers leading up to the release of her second studio album.<ref>{{cite web |url=https://www.popjustice.com/thenews/diana-vickers-has-covered-a-tom-petty-song/ |title=Diana Vickers has covered a Tom Petty song |last=O'Mance |first=Brad |publisher=[[Popjustice]] |date=11 April 2012 |accessdate=2018-02-26 }}</ref> In 2005, the Thin Lizzy version of "Dancin' in the Moonlight" was used as part of an advertising campaign to launch [[Magners|Magners Irish Cider]] in the UK.<ref>{{cite news|first=Catherine |last=O'Mahony |url=http://www.businesspost.ie/magners-london-launch-is-irish-made/ |title=Magners London launch is Irish-made |newspaper=[[The Sunday Business Post]] |publisher=Key Capital and Cooke |date=28 May 2005 |accessdate=29 March 2016}} {{registration required}}</ref> In 2012 the English indie rock band [[Alt-J]] released a cover of "Dancing in the Moonlight" for the compilation ''The Saturday Sessions from The Dermot O'Leary Show ''.<ref>{{cite AV media notes |title=The Saturday Sessions From The Dermot O'Leary Show
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[[The Smashing Pumpkins]] covered "Dancing in the Moonlight (It's Caught Me in Its Spotlight)" for various live performances, turning the upbeat, overlaid melody of the original into a slowly paced acoustic tune; it was recorded as B-side of the single "[[Disarm]]".<ref>{{cite AV media notes |title=[[Disarm]] |others=[[Smashing Pumpkins]] |year= 1994|type=CD cover |publisher=[[Virgin Records]] |id=7243 8 92310 2 1 }}</ref> British indie pop singer-songwriter [[Diana Vickers]] covered the song as the first of several covers used as teasers leading up to the release of her second studio album.<ref>{{cite web |url=https://www.popjustice.com/thenews/diana-vickers-has-covered-a-tom-petty-song/ |title=Diana Vickers has covered a Tom Petty song |last=O'Mance |first=Brad |publisher=[[Popjustice]] |date=11 April 2012 |accessdate=26 February 2018 }}</ref> In 2005, the Thin Lizzy version of "Dancin' in the Moonlight" was used as part of an advertising campaign to launch [[Magners|Magners Irish Cider]] in the UK.<ref>{{cite news|first=Catherine |last=O'Mahony |url=http://www.businesspost.ie/magners-london-launch-is-irish-made/ |title=Magners London launch is Irish-made |newspaper=[[The Sunday Business Post]] |publisher=Key Capital and Cooke |date=28 May 2005 |accessdate=29 March 2016}} {{registration required}}</ref> In 2012 the English indie rock band [[Alt-J]] released a cover of "Dancing in the Moonlight" for the compilation ''The Saturday Sessions from The Dermot O'Leary Show ''.<ref>{{cite AV media notes |title=The Saturday Sessions From The Dermot O'Leary Show
 
|others=[[Alt-J]] |year= 2014|type=CD cover |publisher=[[Sony Music]] |id=88843028882}}
 
|others=[[Alt-J]] |year= 2014|type=CD cover |publisher=[[Sony Music]] |id=88843028882}}
 
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Albert Bernhard Frank

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'''Albert Bernhard Frank''' (January 17, 1839, [[Dresden]] – September 27, 1900, [[Berlin]]) was a German botanist, plant pathologist, and mycologist. He is credited with coining the term ''[[mycorrhiza]]'' in his 1885 paper "Ueber die auf Wurzelsymbiose beruhende Ernährung gewisser Bäume durch unterirdische Pilze".<ref>{{cite journal|last1=Frank|first1=B.|title=On the nutritional dependence of certain trees on root symbiosis with belowground fungi (an English translation of A.B. Frank's classic paper of 1885)|journal=Mycorrhiza|date=2005-06-01|volume=15|issue=4|pages=267–275|doi=10.1007/s00572-004-0329-y|url=https://www.researchgate.net/publication/8178699_On_the_nutritional_dependence_of_certain_trees_on_root_symbiosis_with_belowground_fungi_(an_English_translation_of_A.B._Frank's_classic_paper_of_1885)/file/504635216ff5a1f36d.pdf}}</ref>
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'''Albert Bernhard Frank''' (January 17, 1839, [[Dresden]] – September 27, 1900, [[Berlin]]) was a German botanist, plant pathologist, and mycologist. He is credited with coining the term ''[[mycorrhiza]]'' in his 1885 paper "Ueber die auf Wurzelsymbiose beruhende Ernährung gewisser Bäume durch unterirdische Pilze".<ref>{{cite journal | last = Frank |first=A.B. | date = 1885 | title = Über die auf Wurzelsymbiose beruhende Ernährung gewisser Bäume durch unterirdische Pilze | trans-title = On the nourishing, via root symbiosis, of certain trees by underground fungi| url = https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=mdp.39015011935122;view=1up;seq=135 | journal = Berichte der Deutschen Botanischen Gesellschaft | volume = 3 | issue = | pages = 128–145 | language = German}}</ref><ref>{{cite journal|last1=Frank|first1=B.|title=On the nutritional dependence of certain trees on root symbiosis with belowground fungi (an English translation of A.B. Frank's classic paper of 1885)|journal=Mycorrhiza|date=2005-06-01|volume=15|issue=4|pages=267–275|doi=10.1007/s00572-004-0329-y|url=https://www.researchgate.net/publication/8178699_On_the_nutritional_dependence_of_certain_trees_on_root_symbiosis_with_belowground_fungi_(an_English_translation_of_A.B._Frank's_classic_paper_of_1885)/file/504635216ff5a1f36d.pdf}}</ref>
   
 
Frank was commissioned to develop practical methods for truffle cultivation by the King of Prussia ([[Wilhelm I]]). Although this project was not successful, it led to his elucidation of the nature and development of mycorrhizae. The history and impacts of Frank's work on mycorrhizae were reviewed by Trappe.<ref name="Trappe">{{cite journal|last1=Trappe|first1=James M.|title=A.B. Frank and mycorrhizae: the challenge to evolutionary and ecologic theory|journal=Mycorrhiza|date=2005|volume=15|pages=277–281|doi=10.1007/s00572-004-0330-5}}</ref>
 
Frank was commissioned to develop practical methods for truffle cultivation by the King of Prussia ([[Wilhelm I]]). Although this project was not successful, it led to his elucidation of the nature and development of mycorrhizae. The history and impacts of Frank's work on mycorrhizae were reviewed by Trappe.<ref name="Trappe">{{cite journal|last1=Trappe|first1=James M.|title=A.B. Frank and mycorrhizae: the challenge to evolutionary and ecologic theory|journal=Mycorrhiza|date=2005|volume=15|pages=277–281|doi=10.1007/s00572-004-0330-5}}</ref>

Cape Town International Airport

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Airlines and destinations

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| [[British Airways]] | [[London–Heathrow]]<br/>'''Seasonal:''' [[London–Gatwick]]
 
| [[British Airways]] | [[London–Heathrow]]<br/>'''Seasonal:''' [[London–Gatwick]]
 
| [[British Airways]]<br/>operated by [[Comair (South Africa)|Comair]] | [[King Shaka International Airport|Durban]], [[OR Tambo International Airport|Johannesburg–O. R. Tambo]], [[Port Elizabeth Airport|Port Elizabeth]]
 
| [[British Airways]]<br/>operated by [[Comair (South Africa)|Comair]] | [[King Shaka International Airport|Durban]], [[OR Tambo International Airport|Johannesburg–O. R. Tambo]], [[Port Elizabeth Airport|Port Elizabeth]]
| [[Cathay Pacific]] | '''Seasonal:''' [[Hong Kong International Airport|Hong Kong]] (begins 13 November 2018,ends on 18 February 2018)<ref>[https://news.cathaypacific.com/cathay-pacific-to-fly-non-stop-to-cape-town-from-november Cathay Pacific to fly non-stop to Cape Town from November]</ref>
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| [[Cathay Pacific]] | '''Seasonal:''' [[Hong Kong International Airport|Hong Kong]] (begins 13 November 2018,ends on 18 February 2019)<ref>[https://news.cathaypacific.com/cathay-pacific-to-fly-non-stop-to-cape-town-from-november Cathay Pacific to fly non-stop to Cape Town from November]</ref>
 
| [[CemAir]]| [[Plettenberg Bay]], [[AFB Hoedspruit|Hoedspruit]]<ref>http://www.routesonline.com/news/38/airlineroute/272735/cemair-adds-hoedspruit-service-from-august-2017/</ref>
 
| [[CemAir]]| [[Plettenberg Bay]], [[AFB Hoedspruit|Hoedspruit]]<ref>http://www.routesonline.com/news/38/airlineroute/272735/cemair-adds-hoedspruit-service-from-august-2017/</ref>
 
| [[Condor Flugdienst|Condor]] | '''Seasonal:''' [[Frankfurt Airport|Frankfurt]]
 
| [[Condor Flugdienst|Condor]] | '''Seasonal:''' [[Frankfurt Airport|Frankfurt]]

User:BeetyMaseh/sandbox

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| founder = {{hlist|[[Icha Kavons]]
 
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United States Marine Corps rank insignia

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!colspan=3| '''Junior enlisted'''
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Disco Deewane

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==Track listing==
 
==Track listing==
 
[[File:Back cover of album "Disco Deewane".jpg|240px|thumb|Back cover of album "Disco Deewane"]]
 
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| title1 = Aao Na
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| 2 || Disco Deewane - I || [[Nazia Hassan]] || || [[Anwar Khalid]] || 04:00
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| 3 || Leykin Mera Dil || [[Nazia Hassan]] || || [[Nazia and Zoheb|Hassans]] || 04:02
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| lyrics2 = Anwar Khalid
| 4 || Mujhay Chahay || [[Nazia Hassan]], [[Zoheb Hassan]] || [[Zoheb Hassan]] || [[Meeraji/Nazia and Zoheb|Hassans]] || 03:43
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| 5 || Komal || [[Nazia Hassan]] || [[Arshad Mehmood/Farooq Qaiser]] || Zoheb Hassan/Arshad Mehmood || 03:43
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| lyrics3 = Nazia and Zoheb
| 6 || Teray Qadmon Ko || [[Nazia Hassan]], [[Zoheb Hassan]] || [[Zoheb Hassan/Arshad Mehmood]] || [[Nigar Sebhai]] || 03:30
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| music8 = Zoheb and Mehmood
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| extra8 = Nazia
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==Credits==
 
==Credits==

Talk:Chlodio

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Lifespan of Chlodio

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:There might indeed be a way to write an estimate, making clear it is an estimate. But often people fail to write in this way.--[[User:Andrew Lancaster|Andrew Lancaster]] ([[User talk:Andrew Lancaster|talk]]) 08:28, 27 February 2018 (UTC)
 
:There might indeed be a way to write an estimate, making clear it is an estimate. But often people fail to write in this way.--[[User:Andrew Lancaster|Andrew Lancaster]] ([[User talk:Andrew Lancaster|talk]]) 08:28, 27 February 2018 (UTC)
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:Of course the estimates should be from a reliable source, and if there are disagreements between sources we have to consider how to handle that in a balanced way. If there are disagreements between the best sources, then we report that "debate".--[[User:Andrew Lancaster|Andrew Lancaster]] ([[User talk:Andrew Lancaster|talk]]) 08:30, 27 February 2018 (UTC)

Hydration reaction

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Epoxides to glycol: P

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: C<sub>2</sub>H<sub>4</sub>O + H<sub>2</sub>O → HO–CH<sub>2</sub>CH<sub>2</sub>–OH
 
: C<sub>2</sub>H<sub>4</sub>O + H<sub>2</sub>O → HO–CH<sub>2</sub>CH<sub>2</sub>–OH
   
Acid catalysts are typically used.<ref name=Ullmanns>{{Ullmann | author1 = Siegfried Rebsdat | author2 = Dieter Mayer | title = Ethylene Glycol | doi = 10.1002/14356007.a10_101}}</ref>
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=== Alkenes===
 
=== Alkenes===

User:Atcuvwdqa

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User account Atcuvwdqa was created

Category:Mammals described in 1977

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Standoff (Homeland)

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== Plot ==
[[Carrie Mathison|Carrie]] ([[Claire Danes]]), now convinced that lithium is no longer effective for her bipolar disorder, sees her psychiatrist ([[Sakina Jaffrey]]) and gets a prescrption for [[Quetiapine|Seroquel]]. While sleeping from the affects of her first dosage, she's awakened by Dante ([[Morgan Spector]]), who has information on the woman in Wellington's house that Carrie inquired about. Dante indentifies her as Simone Martin ([[Sandrine Holt]]) who, among other things, has romantic ties to Wellington and received a parking ticket close to the prison where McClendon was, on the same day he died. Still groggy, Carrie takes some Adderall and goes with Dante to investigate.
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[[Carrie Mathison|Carrie]] ([[Claire Danes]]), now convinced that lithium is no longer effective for her bipolar disorder, sees her psychiatrist ([[Sakina Jaffrey]]) and gets a prescription for [[Quetiapine|Seroquel]]. While sleeping from the affects of her first dosage, she's awakened by Dante ([[Morgan Spector]]), who has information on the woman in Wellington's house that Carrie inquired about. Dante indentifies her as Simone Martin ([[Sandrine Holt]]) who, among other things, has romantic ties to Wellington and received a parking ticket close to the prison where McClendon was, on the same day he died. Still groggy, Carrie takes some Adderall and goes with Dante to investigate.
   
 
Saul ([[Mandy Patinkin]]), accompanied by an FBI detail, arrives at the Elkins' compound. Aiming to bring O'Keefe ([[Jake Weber]]) into custody peacefully, Saul opens up negotations. O'Keefe seems resigned to being arrested, until Bo (David Maldonado) offers the possibility of reinforcements. Later on, several vehicles full of armed men storm the scene, fortifying the compound and ending any pretense of negotations. Armored vehicles arrive as the FBI equips itself for a protracted standoff.
 
Saul ([[Mandy Patinkin]]), accompanied by an FBI detail, arrives at the Elkins' compound. Aiming to bring O'Keefe ([[Jake Weber]]) into custody peacefully, Saul opens up negotations. O'Keefe seems resigned to being arrested, until Bo (David Maldonado) offers the possibility of reinforcements. Later on, several vehicles full of armed men storm the scene, fortifying the compound and ending any pretense of negotations. Armored vehicles arrive as the FBI equips itself for a protracted standoff.

User:LorenzoMilano/sandbox

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Discografia

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*[[World|Vendite mondiali]]: + <small>
 
*[[World|Vendite mondiali]]: + <small>
*[[Italy|Italia]]: 25.OOO
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*[[Switzerland|Svizzera]]:
 
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Syatilla Melvin

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| BFF Teman Tapi Mesra
 
| BFF Teman Tapi Mesra
 
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| TV9
 
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| Dalam Setiap Sujud <ref>[http://anizyn.blogspot.com/2013/01/sinopsis-drama-dalam-setiap-sujud-tv9.html Sinopsis Drama Dalam Setiap Sujud], http://anizyn.blogspot.com/.</ref>
 
| Dalam Setiap Sujud <ref>[http://anizyn.blogspot.com/2013/01/sinopsis-drama-dalam-setiap-sujud-tv9.html Sinopsis Drama Dalam Setiap Sujud], http://anizyn.blogspot.com/.</ref>
 
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| Rindu Bertamu Di Abu Dhabi
 
| Rindu Bertamu Di Abu Dhabi
 
| Fifi
 
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| Ramadan Yang Hilang <ref>[http://www.budiey.com/sinopsis-drama-bersiri-kalau-bukan-aku/ Sinopsis Drama Bersiri Kalau Bukan Aku].</ref>
 
| Ramadan Yang Hilang <ref>[http://www.budiey.com/sinopsis-drama-bersiri-kalau-bukan-aku/ Sinopsis Drama Bersiri Kalau Bukan Aku].</ref>
 
| Delishah
 
| Delishah
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| rowspan="3" style="text-align:center;"|'''2014'''
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| Ariana Rose
 
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| Mirah
 
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| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center;"|'''2015'''
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| Street Vendetta
 
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| Natrah
 
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| Kemboja Di Hati
 
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Draft:Haryana Vishwakarma Skill University

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Haryana Vishwakarma Skill Univesity is first skill University in india

Nikola Ivanović

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Thomas Cooke (english footballer)

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'''Thomas Cooke''', was an [[English people|English]] [[association football|footballer]] who played in [[The Football League]] for [[Notts County F.C.|Notts County]].<ref>{{cite book|last=Joyce|first=Michael|title=Football League Players' Records 1888 to 1939|year=2004|publisher=SoccerData|isbn=1-899468-67-6}}</ref>

==Early Career==
All that is known is Thomas Cooke played for [[Notts Rangers F.C.|Notts Rangers]] and it looks like Cooke was signed for the one game he played (see below), and returned to Notts Rangers. Notts Rangers did not play in a League until the 1889-1890 season.<ref>{{cite book|last=Dykes|first=Garth|title=Meadow Lane Men The Complete Who's Who of Notts County|year=2005|publisher=Yore Publications|isbn=0 9547830 6 9}}</ref>

==1888==

Thomas Cooke made his Notts County and Football League debut at [[Trent Bridge]], Nottingham on 8 December 1888. The opponents were high-flying [[Aston Villa F.C.|Aston Villa]], with only 1,500 in attendance. Cooke played at outside-right. The weather was terrible, heavy rainfall, and Notts County had prioritized a FA Cup tie so the League team was described as a "scratch" side.

Many County players were making their Club or League debuts and some, including Thomas Cooke, never played again after this match. However, one contemporary commentator stated that the new boys, including Thomas Cooke, did well. County goalkeeper [[Tom Widdowson]] could do nothing to stop the shot from [[Albert Brown (footballer, born 1862)|Albert Brown]] that put Villa ahead. Widdowson had parried a powerful shot from Villa forward, [[Archie Hunter]], but he couldn't hold the ball which fell to Brown who scored. County played well after going behind and Thomas Cooke powered two shots goal-bound but both struck the goalpost. County got back into the game and scored a deserved equalizer by [[Bob Jardine]]. 1-1 at Half-Time.

Villa forward [[Archie Goodall]] restored Villa' lead. Goodall latched onto a shot by fellow forward, [[Tommy Green (footballer, born 1863)|Tommy Green]] and swept the ball past Widdowson. County rallied again after falling behind and scored a second equalizer by debut man [[Fred Weightman]]. County did have a chance to take the lead and Cooke was well placed to put County ahead. However, he shot wide. After Cooke' miss it was all Villa. Tommy Green restored Villa' lead and Archie Goodall made sure of the two points with his second goal in the match. Full Time score Notts County 2-4 Aston Villa.<ref>{{cite book|last=Metcalf|first=Mark|title=The Origins of the Football League|year=2013|publisher=Amberley|isbn=978 1 4456 1881 4}}</ref>

Thomas Cooke commenced his Football League career at outside-right on 8 December 1888 at Trent Bridge, Nottingham, (see above for details). Cooke only made the one League appearance.

Cooke played one League match for Notts County and when he played his team scored two goals (out of 40) and conceded four out of 73 goals. The 40 goals scored was the joint third lowest tally by any League club that season. The 73 goals conceded was the worst by any League club in 1888-1889. Notts County finished 11th and had to seek re-election.<ref>{{cite web | title= English National Football Archive| first=| last=| url=http://www.enfa.co.uk//| accessdate=2018-02-27}} (registration & fee required)</ref>

==1889 onwards==

It is assumed from the limited information that Thomas Cooke returned to Notts Rangers.


==References==
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Talk:Middle East Monitor

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Unacceptable paragraph: at least pretend to follow NPOV

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: It was published as a regular reporting and one should assume it passed regular controls at Jewish News - we could however attribute this as an Israeli response to coverage. The US treasury does have a [[Specially Designated Global Terrorist]] list (and I think a few other similar cats) - so I do not see how this is a non existent category. MEMO's pro-Hamas (and pro-brotherhood) editorial line is well established by other sources and is highly relevant for the article (as the editorial line of any publisher is relevant) - I will however collect more sources.[[User:Icewhiz|Icewhiz]] ([[User talk:Icewhiz|talk]]) 03:54, 27 February 2018 (UTC)
 
: It was published as a regular reporting and one should assume it passed regular controls at Jewish News - we could however attribute this as an Israeli response to coverage. The US treasury does have a [[Specially Designated Global Terrorist]] list (and I think a few other similar cats) - so I do not see how this is a non existent category. MEMO's pro-Hamas (and pro-brotherhood) editorial line is well established by other sources and is highly relevant for the article (as the editorial line of any publisher is relevant) - I will however collect more sources.[[User:Icewhiz|Icewhiz]] ([[User talk:Icewhiz|talk]]) 03:54, 27 February 2018 (UTC)
 
:: e.g. - [http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-13969105 Questions over Sheikh Raed Salah's UK ban] - {{tq|the London-based Middle East Monitor - a pro-Hamas publication ...}} - the BBC uses pro-Hamas publication without qualifications. It does seem the Telegraph piece, which doesn't seem like an opnion piece, - [https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/middleeast/11398538/How-the-Muslim-Brotherhood-fits-into-a-network-of-extremism.html] makes the same claims as Jewish News - {{tq| Interpal is banned by the US government as a terrorist organisation.}}, {{tq|Memo's "senior editor", Ibrahim Hewitt, is chairman of Interpal, the Hamas and Brotherhood-linked charity.}}. Hewitt is a major figure here (most senior editor - sole "senior editor" on the staff).[[User:Icewhiz|Icewhiz]] ([[User talk:Icewhiz|talk]]) 07:58, 27 February 2018 (UTC)
 
:: e.g. - [http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-13969105 Questions over Sheikh Raed Salah's UK ban] - {{tq|the London-based Middle East Monitor - a pro-Hamas publication ...}} - the BBC uses pro-Hamas publication without qualifications. It does seem the Telegraph piece, which doesn't seem like an opnion piece, - [https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/middleeast/11398538/How-the-Muslim-Brotherhood-fits-into-a-network-of-extremism.html] makes the same claims as Jewish News - {{tq| Interpal is banned by the US government as a terrorist organisation.}}, {{tq|Memo's "senior editor", Ibrahim Hewitt, is chairman of Interpal, the Hamas and Brotherhood-linked charity.}}. Hewitt is a major figure here (most senior editor - sole "senior editor" on the staff).[[User:Icewhiz|Icewhiz]] ([[User talk:Icewhiz|talk]]) 07:58, 27 February 2018 (UTC)
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Interpal is a charity in the UK and has a Wikipedia page. A remotely neutral description of it would at least have a sentence about its status in the UK and the determination of the Charity commission, as mentioned in the lead of the [[Interpal]] article. You can mention the US and Israeli determination if it is relevant, but to leave out the UK status is ridiculous. At least pretend to be writing an encyclopedia article instead of a hatchet job.
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As for the editorial line of MEMO, whether or not it supports Hamas or Islamists is irrelevant. The aim of the sentence as phrased is to associated it with terrorism. I quote the lead of the Interpal article: {{tq|The British High Court found it is libellous in July 2010 to state that Interpal supported Hamas.}} [[User:Kingsindian|Kingsindian]]&nbsp;[[User Talk: Kingsindian|&#9821;]]&nbsp;[[Special:Contributions/Kingsindian|&#9818;]] 08:29, 27 February 2018 (UTC)

List of Indian Punjabi films between 2001 and 2010

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*[[Pind Di Kudi]]-Sarbjeet Cheema, Rima, Sheeba Bhakri, Gurpreet Ghuggi, Veena Malik
 
*[[Pind Di Kudi]]-Sarbjeet Cheema, Rima, Sheeba Bhakri, Gurpreet Ghuggi, Veena Malik
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*Addi Tappa -Director Jeet Matharu Producer Bimal Parmar & Jeet Matharu, Suresh Varsani Writer Jeet Matharu
 
*[[Asa Nu Maan Watna Da]] (Release Date: 07/05/2004) Harbhajan Mann, Kimi Verma, Neeru Bajwa, Kanwaljeet Singh, Deep Dhillon, Navneet Nishan, Gurpreet Ghuggi, Preet Cheema, Vivek Shauq, Sukhwinder Sukhi, Gurdeep Kaur Brar, Nirmaljeet Nijjer, Jagroop Shergill, Dara Nagra, Amritpal, Manav Vij, DIR: Manmohan Singh
 
*[[Asa Nu Maan Watna Da]] (Release Date: 07/05/2004) Harbhajan Mann, Kimi Verma, Neeru Bajwa, Kanwaljeet Singh, Deep Dhillon, Navneet Nishan, Gurpreet Ghuggi, Preet Cheema, Vivek Shauq, Sukhwinder Sukhi, Gurdeep Kaur Brar, Nirmaljeet Nijjer, Jagroop Shergill, Dara Nagra, Amritpal, Manav Vij, DIR: Manmohan Singh
 
*Mitter Pyara Nu Haal Mureedan Da Kehna - Dara Singh, [[Rama Vij]],Vindu Singh,Sheeba,Rajeshwari Sachdev, Mukesh Rishi, Deep Dhillon, Navin Nischol, Akshay Kumar (Dir-Ratan Aulakh)
 
*Mitter Pyara Nu Haal Mureedan Da Kehna - Dara Singh, [[Rama Vij]],Vindu Singh,Sheeba,Rajeshwari Sachdev, Mukesh Rishi, Deep Dhillon, Navin Nischol, Akshay Kumar (Dir-Ratan Aulakh)

Talk:Stoneman Douglas High School shooting

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'''Other''' {{endash}} [roll your own] and explain why none of the above will do
 
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*'''1''' - Simply because it conveys what we need to convey, in the most concise way. We don't need to avoid the word "dead", and that is very common usage of the word. We don't need to say they were "identified" since there is no doubt about their identities. And we don't need to explain the obvious fact that it's a list of names and ages. (I originally had the word "aged" before the first age, just in case, but that was removed. The fact that those are names of people certainly doesn't need stating.) &#8213;[[User:Mandruss|<span style="color:#775C57;">'''''Mandruss'''''</span>]]&nbsp;[[User talk:Mandruss|<span style="color:#999;">&#9742;</span>]] 07:30, 27 February 2018 (UTC)
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*'''1''' - Simply because it conveys what we need to convey, in the most concise way. We don't need to avoid the word "dead" as a noun, and that is very common usage of the word. We don't need to say they were "identified" since there is no doubt about their identities. And we don't need to explain the obvious fact that it's a list of names and ages. (I originally had the word "aged" before the first age, just in case, but that was removed. The fact that those are names of people certainly doesn't need stating.) &#8213;[[User:Mandruss|<span style="color:#775C57;">'''''Mandruss'''''</span>]]&nbsp;[[User talk:Mandruss|<span style="color:#999;">&#9742;</span>]] 07:30, 27 February 2018 (UTC)

John Furlong (sports administrator)

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| spouse = Margaret Cook (m. 1970–76)<br>Dayle Turner (1978–82)<br>Gail Robb (m. 1984–2011)<br>Deborah Sharp (m. 2012–her death 2013)<br>Renee Smith-Valade (2014)
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| spouse = Margaret Cook (m. 1970–76)<br>Dayle Turner (1978–82)<br>Gail Robb (m. 1984–2011)<br>Deborah Sharp (m. 2012–her death 2013)<br>Renee Smith-Valade (2016)
 
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David Howard Adeney

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'''David Howard Adeney''' (3 November 1911 – 11 May 1994)<ref>{{cite news |author=David Ellis |title=Obituary: David Adeney |work=[[The Independent]] Features |url = https://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/obituary-david-adeney-1436557.html|page=14 |date=1994-05-17}}</ref> was a [[United Kingdom|British]] [[Protestant]] [[Christian]] missionary and university evangelist in [[Hunan]], [[China]] and East Asia. He served with the [[China Inland Mission]] and also with [[Universities and Colleges Christian Fellowship|InterVarsity Fellowship]].<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www2.wheaton.edu/bgc/archives/trans/393t01.htm|title=Collection 393 - David Howard Adeney. T1 Transcript|website=www2.wheaton.edu|access-date=2018-01-19}}</ref> In 1968 he founded the Discipleship Training Centre in [[Singapore]].<ref>{{Cite news|url=https://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/obituary-david-adeney-1436557.html|title=Obituary: David Adeney|date=1994-05-17|work=The Independent|access-date=2018-01-19|language=en-GB}}</ref>
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'''David Howard Adeney''' (3 November 1911 – 11 May 1994)<ref>{{cite news |author=David Ellis |title=Obituary: David Adeney |work=[[The Independent]] Features |url = https://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/obituary-david-adeney-1436557.html|page=14 |date=1994-05-17}}</ref> was a [[United Kingdom|British]] [[Protestant]] [[Christian]] missionary and university evangelist in [[Hunan]], [[China]] and East Asia. He served with the [[China Inland Mission]] (CIM), [[Universities and Colleges Christian Fellowship|InterVarsity Fellowship]], and [[International Fellowship of Evangelical Students]] (IFES)<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www2.wheaton.edu/bgc/archives/trans/393t01.htm|title=Collection 393 - David Howard Adeney. T1 Transcript|website=www2.wheaton.edu|access-date=2018-01-19}}</ref>. In 1968 he founded the [http://www.dtc-singapore.org/ Discipleship Training Centre] (DTC) in [[Singapore]].<ref>{{Cite news|url=https://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/obituary-david-adeney-1436557.html|title=Obituary: David Adeney|date=1994-05-17|work=The Independent|access-date=2018-01-19|language=en-GB}}</ref>
   
==Education==
 
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==Life and Ministry==
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Born into a missionary family in [[Bedford]], [[england]] on 3 November 1911, Adeney decided to be a missionary to China since high school, following the path of his parents, who had worked in [[Romania]] with the London Jew's Society.<ref name=":0">{{Cite journal|last=Kwok|first=Wai-luen|date=July 2009|title=Keeping tradition and Introducing Innovation: David Adeney's Student Ministry as a Case for Studying the Interaction and Changes of Hong Kong Church and Society|url=|journal=Jian Dao|volume=|issue=32|pages=123-152|via=}}</ref> He finished his secondary education at [[Monkton Combe School]], [[Somerset]], [[UK]],<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www2.wheaton.edu/bgc/archives/GUIDES/393.htm#3|title=Interview with David Howard Adeney - Collection 393|website=www2.wheaton.edu|access-date=2018-01-19}}</ref> and completed a [[Master of Arts|MA]] in [[theology]] and [[history]] at [[Queens' College]], [[University of Cambridge|Cambridge]], [[UK]] in 1933.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www2.wheaton.edu/bgc/archives/GUIDES/393.htm#3|title=Interview with David Howard Adeney - Collection 393|website=www2.wheaton.edu|access-date=2018-01-19}}</ref> Before moving to China in 1934, he spent a year at the CIM training school in [[London]].
   
*[[Master of Arts|MA]] in [[theology]] and [[history]] at [[Queens' College]], [[University of Cambridge|Cambridge]], [[UK]]<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www2.wheaton.edu/bgc/archives/GUIDES/393.htm#3|title=Interview with David Howard Adeney - Collection 393|website=www2.wheaton.edu|access-date=2018-01-19}}</ref>
 
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Between 1934 and 1914, he involved in [[church planting]] in rural villages in central China. and left for the [[United States]] due to the [[attack on Pearl Harbor]]. During his stay in the U.S., he worked in InterVarsity for a year, before moving back in China and being appointed as the associate general secretary of China InterVarsity Christian Fellowship.<ref name=":0" />
*[[Monkton Combe School]], [[Somerset]], [[UK]]<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www2.wheaton.edu/bgc/archives/GUIDES/393.htm#3|title=Interview with David Howard Adeney - Collection 393|website=www2.wheaton.edu|access-date=2018-01-19}}</ref>
 
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In 1956, Adeney was appointed the associate general secretary for the Far East of IFES, whose office was located in [[Hong Kong]]. He led the student ministry until 1968, when the [[Cultural Revolution]] started.<ref name=":1">{{Cite web|url=http://www.bdcconline.net/en/stories/a/adeney-david-howard.php|title=David Howard Adeney: A: By Person: Stories: Biographical Dictionary of Chinese Christianity|website=www.bdcconline.net|language=en|access-date=2018-02-27}}</ref>
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He is also the founder of DTC in Singapore, an institution first initiated by the CIM, in order to train university graduates in theology.<ref name=":0" />
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He had various teaching experiences in theological institutes, including the [[China Graduate School of Theology]] and [[New College Berkeley]], [[California]].<ref name=":1" />
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==See also==
 
==See also==

Bad Reputation (Thin Lizzy album)

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Lynott insisted that Robertson would not appear on the front cover, with which Robertson "agreed entirely", although he did appear in a group photograph on the back cover. Robertson later said, "This was another of my little moods. I didn't want my picture on the album cover because I hadn't done any of the backing tracks, and I was even in a bad mood shooting for the back of it."<ref name="gohram"/>
 
Lynott insisted that Robertson would not appear on the front cover, with which Robertson "agreed entirely", although he did appear in a group photograph on the back cover. Robertson later said, "This was another of my little moods. I didn't want my picture on the album cover because I hadn't done any of the backing tracks, and I was even in a bad mood shooting for the back of it."<ref name="gohram"/>
 
==Chart performance==
 
''Bad Reputation'' reached No. 4 in the [[UK Albums Chart]].<ref name="GB" >{{cite web |url=http://www.officialcharts.com/artist/16613/thin-lizzy/ |title=Thin Lizzy Official Charts |publisher=[[Official Charts Company]] |accessdate=15 February 2018 }}</ref> The single "Dancing in the Moonlight (It's Caught Me in Its Spotlight)" reached No. 14 in the [[UK Singles Chart]] in September 1977.<ref name="British Hit Singles & Albums">{{cite book| first= David| last= Roberts| year= 2006| title= British Hit Singles & Albums| edition= 19th|publisher= Guinness World Records Limited | location= London| isbn= 1-904994-10-5| pages= 555–556}}</ref> The track should not be confused with a similarly titled song, "[[Dancing in the Moonlight]]", recorded by [[King Harvest]] and [[Toploader]], amongst others.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.allmusic.com/search/all/dancing+in+the+moonlight |title=Allmusic > Song Search Results > Dancing in the Moonlight}}</ref>
 
   
 
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Released during the rise of [[punk rock]] music, and despite Thin Lizzy being a [[hard rock]] band, ''Bad Reputation'' saw the band appealing to many punks due to the band's "tuneful and musical approach" and with the "energy delivered both live and in the studio", ensuring a "youthful zest".<ref name="2011notes">{{cite AV media notes |title=Bad Reputation |others=[[Thin Lizzy]] |year= 2011|type=CD cover |publisher=[[Universal Music Group]] |id=2772693 |location=Santa Monica, California}}</ref> As such, the album has been described as the band "finding fresh fields to cultivate, not only musically but also in terms of their audience".<ref name="2011notes"/>
 
Released during the rise of [[punk rock]] music, and despite Thin Lizzy being a [[hard rock]] band, ''Bad Reputation'' saw the band appealing to many punks due to the band's "tuneful and musical approach" and with the "energy delivered both live and in the studio", ensuring a "youthful zest".<ref name="2011notes">{{cite AV media notes |title=Bad Reputation |others=[[Thin Lizzy]] |year= 2011|type=CD cover |publisher=[[Universal Music Group]] |id=2772693 |location=Santa Monica, California}}</ref> As such, the album has been described as the band "finding fresh fields to cultivate, not only musically but also in terms of their audience".<ref name="2011notes"/>
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''Bad Reputation'' reached No. 4 in the [[UK Albums Chart]].<ref name="GB" >{{cite web |url=http://www.officialcharts.com/artist/16613/thin-lizzy/ |title=Thin Lizzy Official Charts |publisher=[[Official Charts Company]] |accessdate=15 February 2018 }}</ref> The single "Dancing in the Moonlight (It's Caught Me in Its Spotlight)" reached No. 14 in the [[UK Singles Chart]] in September 1977.<ref name="British Hit Singles & Albums">{{cite book| first= David| last= Roberts| year= 2006| title= British Hit Singles & Albums| edition= 19th|publisher= Guinness World Records Limited | location= London| isbn= 1-904994-10-5| pages= 555–556}}</ref> The track should not be confused with a similarly titled song, "[[Dancing in the Moonlight]]", recorded by [[King Harvest]] and [[Toploader]], amongst others.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.allmusic.com/search/all/dancing+in+the+moonlight |title=Allmusic > Song Search Results > Dancing in the Moonlight}}</ref>
   
 
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*[[Tony Visconti]]&nbsp;– producer, engineer
 
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*Jon Bojic, Ken Morris, Ed Stone&nbsp;– assistant engineers
 
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List of neighbourhoods in Ottawa

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Cumberland Township

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|[[Burromee, Ontario|Burromee]]||[[Canaan, Ontario|Canaan]]||[[Chaperal]]||[[Chartrand, Ontario|Chartrand]]
 
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Jenny Parks

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== Personal life ==
 
== Personal life ==
Parks has a female [[Black cat|black]] [[Domestic short-haired cat|domestic short-haired cat]] named Mab and a male [[Bicolor cat#Tuxedo cat|tuxedo cat]] Mamoko.<ref name="Green 2016" /><ref name="Hatheway 2015" /><ref name="Mlyner 2013" /><ref name="Nevin 2017" /><ref name="Outlaw Kritters staff 2017" /> In 2013, she lived in [[San Francisco]], [[California]].<ref name="Boudoux 2012" /><ref name="California College of Arts staff 2013" /><ref name="Czeck 2013" /><ref name="Maan 2013" /><ref name="Mlyner 2013" /> In 2016, she lived in [[Denver]], [[Colorado]].<ref name="Olson 2017" />
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Parks has a female [[Black cat|black]] [[Domestic short-haired cat|domestic short-haired cat]] named Mab and a male [[Bicolor cat#Tuxedo cat|tuxedo cat]] Mamoko.<ref name="Green 2016" /><ref name="Hatheway 2015" /><ref name="Mlyner 2013" /><ref name="Nevin 2017" /><ref name="Outlaw Kritters staff 2017" /> In 2013, she lived in [[San Francisco]], [[California]].<ref name="Boudoux 2012" /><ref name="California College of Arts staff 2013" /><ref name="Czeck 2013" /><ref name="Maan 2013" /><ref name="Mlyner 2013" /> In 2016, she lived in [[Denver]], [[Colorado]].<ref name="Nevin 2017" /><ref name="Olson 2017" />
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Sean Elliott

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===Detroit Pistons: 1993–1994===
 
===Detroit Pistons: 1993–1994===
Elliott spent the [[1993–94 NBA season|1993–94 season]] with the [[Detroit Pistons]] after being traded in a multi-player deal which included [[Dennis Rodman]]. The Pistons had previously been a championship contending team, and were still led by veterans such as [[Isiah Thomas]] and [[Joe Dumars]], but struggled throughout the season with injuries and failed to make the playoffs. Elliott started in 73 games, averaging 12.1 points a game. Following the end of the season, he was traded back to San Antonio, who had lost in the first round in the 1994 playoffs.
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Elliott spent the [[1993–94 NBA season|1993–94 season]] with the [[Detroit Pistons]] after being traded for [[Dennis Rodman]] in a multi-player deal. The Pistons had previously been a championship-contending team, and were still led by veterans such as [[Isiah Thomas]] and [[Joe Dumars]], but struggled with injuries throughout the season. After Elliott struggled with the Pistons, the Pistons attempted to trade him to the defending champion Houston Rockets in February 1994 in exchange for Robert Horry, Matt Bullard, and two second-round draft choices; however, the trade fell through when Elliott failed his physical.<ref>[https://www.nytimes.com/1999/07/22/sports/pro-basketball-kidney-failure-imperils-career-of-spurs-elliott.html PRO BASKETBALL; Kidney Failure Imperils Career of Spurs' Elliott]</ref><ref>[http://www.deseretnews.com/article/335137/ELLIOTT-FAILS-PHYSICAL-TRADE-TO-ROCKETS-VOIDED.html ELLIOT FAILS PHYSICAL TRADE TO ROCKETS VOIDED]</ref><ref>[http://articles.latimes.com/1994-02-05/sports/sp-19299_1_matt-bullard]</ref> Elliott remained in Detroit for the rest of the season and started in a total 73 games, averaging 12.1 points a game. Following the end of the season, he was traded back to the Spurs, who had lost in the first round of the 1994 playoffs.
   
 
===Back in San Antonio===
 
===Back in San Antonio===
In February 1994, the Pistons attempted to trade Elliott to the defending champion Houston Rockets in exchange for Robert Horry, Matt Bullard, and two draft choices; however, the trade fell through when Elliott failed his physical.<ref>[https://www.nytimes.com/1999/07/22/sports/pro-basketball-kidney-failure-imperils-career-of-spurs-elliott.html PRO BASKETBALL; Kidney Failure Imperils Career of Spurs' Elliott]</ref><ref>[http://www.deseretnews.com/article/335137/ELLIOTT-FAILS-PHYSICAL-TRADE-TO-ROCKETS-VOIDED.html ELLIOT FAILS PHYSICAL TRADE TO ROCKETS VOIDED]</ref> The Spurs were also now coached by [[Bob Hill]], and won 62 games led by Elliott and Robinson, who won that year's [[NBA Most Valuable Player Award]]. The Spurs had clinched the top seed in the western conference, and swept the [[Denver Nuggets]] in the first round before facing the young [[Los Angeles Lakers]] in the semifinals. The Lakers pushed San Antonio to a 6th game in Los Angeles, where the Spurs won. Elliott scored 26 points, his high for the playoffs, in the series clinching game. The Spurs had reached the conference finals, where they faced Houston. Despite having home court advantage, the Spurs lost the first two games at home, and won two games before falling to the more experienced Rockets in 6 games. Elliott averaged 17.3 points a game in the playoffs.
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In the 1994-1995 season, the Spurs--now coached by [[Bob Hill]]--won 62 games led by Elliott and Robinson, who won that year's [[NBA Most Valuable Player Award]]. The Spurs clinched the top seed in the western conference, and swept the [[Denver Nuggets]] in the first round before facing the young [[Los Angeles Lakers]] in the semifinals. The Lakers pushed San Antonio to a 6th game in Los Angeles, where the Spurs won. Elliott scored 26 points, his high for the playoffs, in the series clinching game. The Spurs had reached the conference finals, where they faced Houston. Despite having home court advantage, the Spurs lost the first two games at home, and won two games before falling to the more experienced Rockets in 6 games. Elliott averaged 17.3 points a game in the playoffs.
   
 
The 1995–1996 season was a personal best for Elliott, as he averaged 20 points a game, a career high, in 77 games. Elliott also made a career high 161 three pointers on the season, and played in the [[1996 NBA All-Star Game]], scoring 13 points in 22 minutes. The Spurs once again came up short in the playoffs, defeating Phoenix in the first round before losing to the [[Utah Jazz]] in 6 games, with Elliott's scoring averaging falling to 15.5 points a game. The following season proved a disaster for the Spurs, as Robinson played in only 6 games due to a season-ending injury, while Elliott also suffered injuries that limited him to 39 games. The team was taken over by new coach [[Gregg Popovich]], and their lottery status in the 1997 season led to the drafting of [[Tim Duncan]] in the NBA draft following the season. Injuries limited Elliott again to just 36 games in the 1997–1998 season, but the Spurs improved to 56 wins led by Duncan and Robinson, before losing to Utah in the conference semifinals.
 
The 1995–1996 season was a personal best for Elliott, as he averaged 20 points a game, a career high, in 77 games. Elliott also made a career high 161 three pointers on the season, and played in the [[1996 NBA All-Star Game]], scoring 13 points in 22 minutes. The Spurs once again came up short in the playoffs, defeating Phoenix in the first round before losing to the [[Utah Jazz]] in 6 games, with Elliott's scoring averaging falling to 15.5 points a game. The following season proved a disaster for the Spurs, as Robinson played in only 6 games due to a season-ending injury, while Elliott also suffered injuries that limited him to 39 games. The team was taken over by new coach [[Gregg Popovich]], and their lottery status in the 1997 season led to the drafting of [[Tim Duncan]] in the NBA draft following the season. Injuries limited Elliott again to just 36 games in the 1997–1998 season, but the Spurs improved to 56 wins led by Duncan and Robinson, before losing to Utah in the conference semifinals.

Udayanatham (East)

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Economy

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== Economy ==
 
== Economy ==
Government-owned businesses include [[State Bank Of India]], Primary Agriculture Company Bank, Hand Loom Weaver Society, Rani Mahal (Marriage Hall) and Sai Krithick Grocery Store.
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Government-owned businesses include [[State Bank Of India]], Primary Agriculture Company Bank, Hand Loom Weaver Society, Rani Mahal (Marriage Hall), Sai Krithick Grocery Store.
 
Other local businesses include grocery stores, tea stalls, a hardware store, mortgage stores, a small mechanic shop, small medical facilities, grocery stores and a bakery.<ref name="Govindarajulu">{{cite web|last1=Ranganathan|first1=Govindarajulu|title=MRS.|website=govindammal|accessdate=2015-06-20}}</ref>
 
Other local businesses include grocery stores, tea stalls, a hardware store, mortgage stores, a small mechanic shop, small medical facilities, grocery stores and a bakery.<ref name="Govindarajulu">{{cite web|last1=Ranganathan|first1=Govindarajulu|title=MRS.|website=govindammal|accessdate=2015-06-20}}</ref>
   

Wikipedia:Administrator intervention against vandalism

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Reporting MY Indo Airlines. (TW)

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List of AFC Ajax players

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|align="left"|{{sortname|Aron|Winter}}||align=left|{{NED}} / {{SUR}}||[[Midfielder (association football)|Midfielder]]||1986–1992; 1999–2003||{{hs|0}}—||{{ref label|Manager|M|m}}{{ref label|winter|103|}}
 
|align="left"|{{sortname|Aron|Winter}}||align=left|{{NED}} / {{SUR}}||[[Midfielder (association football)|Midfielder]]||1986–1992; 1999–2003||{{hs|0}}—||{{ref label|Manager|M|m}}{{ref label|winter|103|}}
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|align="left"|{{sortname|Rob|de Wit|dab=footballer}}||align=left|{{NED}}||[[Midfielder (association football)|Midfielder]]||1984–1986||{{hs|0}}—||
 
|align="left"|{{sortname|Rob|de Wit|dab=footballer}}||align=left|{{NED}}||[[Midfielder (association football)|Midfielder]]||1984–1986||{{hs|0}}—||

User:Puthumile Ngwenya

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'''Puthumile Ngwenya''' is a Zimbabwean born- Zambian raised writer and media personality. Her goal in her work is to continue to tell authentic African Stories, women's stories and preserve the historys of Africans.
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'''Puthumile Ngwenya''' is a Zimbabwean born, Zambian raised writer and media personality. Her goal in her work is to continue to tell authentic African Stories, women's stories and preserve the historys of Africans.

United States Marine Corps rank insignia

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Hare and Loathing in Las Vegas

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[[Category:2000s animated short films]]
 
[[Category:American films]]
 
[[Category:American films]]
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[[Category:Films based on folklore]]
 
[[Category:Films directed by Bill Kopp]]
 
[[Category:Films directed by Bill Kopp]]
 
[[Category:Films set in the Las Vegas Valley]]
 
[[Category:Films set in the Las Vegas Valley]]

Ha Dong-kyun

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[http://www.markplanet.co.kr/ Mark Planet website]
 
[http://www.markplanet.co.kr/ Mark Planet website]
   
Ha Dong-Qn's Instagram [https://www.instagram.com/ha.d.qn/]
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Ha Dong-Qn Instagram [https://www.instagram.com/ha.d.qn/]
   
 
{{DEFAULTSORT:Ha, Dong-kyun}}
 
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Animelo Summer Live

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==Setlists==
===2005===
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<ref>http://anisama.tv/2005/livereport_5.htm</ref>
 
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# ACCESS! / Naozumi Takahashi, Yoko Ishida, Masaaki Endoh, Masami Okui, Minami Kuribayashi, Mikuni Shimokawa, Tatsuhisa Suzuki, Nana Mizuki, Chihiro Yonekura (''Radio Animelo Mix'' theme song)
 
# ACCESS! / Naozumi Takahashi, Yoko Ishida, Masaaki Endoh, Masami Okui, Minami Kuribayashi, Mikuni Shimokawa, Tatsuhisa Suzuki, Nana Mizuki, Chihiro Yonekura (''Radio Animelo Mix'' theme song)
 
# ONENESS / All performers
 
# ONENESS / All performers
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===2006===
 
===2006===
 
<ref>http://anisama.tv/2006/special/report_3.html</ref>
 
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User:LorenzoMilano/sandbox

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* Data di riedizione: 9 marzo [[Year|2O18]] (Remix)
 
* Data di riedizione: 9 marzo [[Year|2O18]] (Remix)
 
* Etichetta discografica: [[Music|Universal Music]]
 
* Etichetta discografica: [[Music|Universal Music]]
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User talk:2.99.252.159

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Notice: Adding inappropriate entries to lists on Cardinal Langley Roman Catholic High School. (TW)

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[[Image:Information.svg|25px|alt=Information icon]] Hello, I'm [[User:Blackberry Sorbet|Blackberry Sorbet]]. I noticed that you made a change to an article, [[:Man flu]], but you didn't provide a [[Wikipedia:Identifying reliable sources|reliable source]]. It's been removed for now, but if you'd like to [[Wikipedia:Citing sources|include a citation]] and re-add it, please do so! If you need guidance on referencing, please see [[WP:REFBEGIN|the referencing for beginners]] tutorial, or if you think I made a mistake, you can leave me a message on [[User_talk:Blackberry Sorbet|my talk page]]. Thank you. <!-- Template:uw-unsourced1 --> [[User:Blackberry Sorbet|<font color="#330066">Blackberry</font>]][[User talk:Blackberry Sorbet|<font color="#9900CC">Sorbet</font>]] 10:13, 10 October 2013 (UTC)
 
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2017–18 Håndboldligaen

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User:BANDAR DFC

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Created page with 'BANDAR DFC is a Local Football Club in our landmother '''''INDIA , WB KOLKATA - HOOGHLY ( BANDAR )''.''' They are introduce a unique football Tournament in t...'

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BANDAR DFC is a Local Football Club in our landmother '''''INDIA , WB KOLKATA - HOOGHLY ( BANDAR )''.'''
They are introduce a unique [[football]] Tournament in their home city ground .

Wikipedia:Administrators' noticeboard/Requests for closure/Archive 25

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Would an experienced editor assess the consensus at [[Talk:March 14, 1891, lynchings#Request for comment]] {{Initiated|19 January 2018|done=yes}}? Thanks, [[User:Cunard|Cunard]] ([[User talk:Cunard|talk]]) 08:42, 26 February 2018 (UTC)
 
Would an experienced editor assess the consensus at [[Talk:March 14, 1891, lynchings#Request for comment]] {{Initiated|19 January 2018|done=yes}}? Thanks, [[User:Cunard|Cunard]] ([[User talk:Cunard|talk]]) 08:42, 26 February 2018 (UTC)
 
: {{tl|Done}} -- [[User:Llywrch|llywrch]] ([[User talk:Llywrch|talk]]) 17:31, 26 February 2018 (UTC)
 
: {{tl|Done}} -- [[User:Llywrch|llywrch]] ([[User talk:Llywrch|talk]]) 17:31, 26 February 2018 (UTC)
 
====[[Wikipedia talk:Manual of Style/Dates and numbers#RfC on use of "crore"]]====
 
Would an experienced editor assess the consensus at [[Wikipedia talk:Manual of Style/Dates and numbers#RfC on use of "crore"]] {{Initiated|24 January 2018|done=yes}}? Thanks, [[User:Cunard|Cunard]] ([[User talk:Cunard|talk]]) 08:42, 26 February 2018 (UTC)
 
: {{tl|Not done}} Discussion on this matter still ongoing. The latest comment in this thread is dated 19:55, 23 February 2018 (UTC). I'd wait at least another week on this to be sure the discussion has actually concluded. -- [[User:Llywrch|llywrch]] ([[User talk:Llywrch|talk]]) 17:39, 26 February 2018 (UTC)
 

User:Ihammadfarid/sandbox

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File:Font St Nectan's Church, Hartland.jpg

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Jack Riewoldt

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==Personal life==
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THE BEST PLAYER! Premiership player
 
 
[[File:Riewoldt with Killers GF17.jpg|thumb|Riewoldt performs on-stage with [[The Killers]] following Richmond's 2017 grand final victory]]
 
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Immigration detention in Australia

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Mandatory detention rules also apply to persons whose visa has been cancelled by the Minister, for example on character grounds, allowing such persons to be detained in immigration detention and deported, some after living in Australia for a long period.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2015/11/12/depo-n12.html|title=Australian government deporting life-long residents over minor offences - World Socialist Web Site|author=Oscar Grenfell|date=12 November 2015|publisher=|accessdate=19 April 2016}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=https://au.news.yahoo.com/thewest/wa/a/30022499/syria-visit-costs-man-aussie-visa/|title=Syria visit costs man Aussie visa|author=Clare Negus|publisher=|accessdate=19 April 2016}}</ref>
 
Mandatory detention rules also apply to persons whose visa has been cancelled by the Minister, for example on character grounds, allowing such persons to be detained in immigration detention and deported, some after living in Australia for a long period.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2015/11/12/depo-n12.html|title=Australian government deporting life-long residents over minor offences - World Socialist Web Site|author=Oscar Grenfell|date=12 November 2015|publisher=|accessdate=19 April 2016}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=https://au.news.yahoo.com/thewest/wa/a/30022499/syria-visit-costs-man-aussie-visa/|title=Syria visit costs man Aussie visa|author=Clare Negus|publisher=|accessdate=19 April 2016}}</ref>
As reported by [[Amnesty International]] on 9 April, the government announced that the Australian-run facility on [[Manus Island]], [[Papua New Guinea]] (PNG), would be closed by 31 October following the PNG [[Supreme court|Supreme Court]] ruling in 2016 that the centre was "illegal" and "unconstitutional". On 14 April, PNG Defence Force personnel fired into the centre injuring nine people.<ref name=":2">AUSTRALIA 2017[https://www.amnesty.org/en/countries/asia-and-the-pacific/australia/report-australia/ AUSTRALIA 2017/2018]/2018</ref> The report added that the men in detention were forcibly moved into "transit" centres on Manus [[Island]] on 24 November. By the end of the year there was no clear plan for the settlement of [[Refugee|refugees]] in a safe country.<ref name=":2" /> As of December there were approximately 800 adult males in detention on Manus Island (see Papua New Guinea entry).The Australian [[government]] was forced to pay a settlement in June to nearly 2,000 refugees and [[Asylum seeker|asylum-seekers]] held on Manus Island, for illegally detaining them in horrific conditions between 2012 and 2016.<ref>[https://www.amnesty.org/en/countries/asia-and-the-pacific/australia/report-australia/ Refugees and asylum-seekers]</ref>
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As reported by [[Amnesty International]] on 9 April, the government announced that the Australian-run facility on [[Manus Island]], [[Papua New Guinea]] (PNG), would be closed by 31 October following the PNG [[Supreme court|Supreme Court]] ruling in 2016 that the centre was "illegal" and "unconstitutional". On 14 April, PNG Defence Force personnel fired into the centre injuring nine people.<ref name=":2">AUSTRALIA 2017[https://www.amnesty.org/en/countries/asia-and-the-pacific/australia/report-australia/ AUSTRALIA 2017/2018]/2018</ref> The report added that the men in detention were forcibly moved into "transit" centres on Manus [[Island]] on 24 November. By the end of the year there was no clear plan for the settlement of [[Refugee|refugees]] in a safe country.<ref name=":2" /> As of December there were approximately 800 adult males in detention on Manus Island (see Papua New Guinea entry).The Australian government was forced to pay a settlement in June to nearly 2,000 refugees and asylum-seekers held on Manus Island, for illegally detaining them in horrific conditions between 2012 and 2016.<ref>[https://www.amnesty.org/en/countries/asia-and-the-pacific/australia/report-australia/ Refugees and asylum-seekers]</ref> The Amnesty International further wrote in its report that Approximately 435 people transferred to Australia for medical treatment remained at risk of return to either Nauru or Manus Island.
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Australia continued its "turnback" policy. In May the government reported that since 2013, 30 boats had been returned either to Indonesia or to their country of departure. During 2017 people were directly returned to their country of nationality on three known occasions: from a boat containing 25 Sri Lankan nationals in March; five Chinese nationals who landed in northern Australia in August; and a boat containing 29 Sri Lankan nationals in December.
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Richard Low

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Jun Jung-lin

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Entertech

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'''Entertech''' was a brand of battery-powered motorized [[water gun]]s sold in the [[United States]] from 1985 to 1990 by the now-defunct [[LJN]].<ref>{{cite news|title=Today's Toy Gun: It's Not a Plastic Water Pistol Anymore|publisher=San Jose Mercury News|date=May 3, 1986}}</ref><ref name=closure/><ref>Albrecht, Bob. "LITTLE SQUIRTS LOVE BIG SQUIRTS." Columbus Dispatch, The (OH) 26 Aug. 1985, HOME FINAL, FEATURES - Accent & Arts: 3B. NewsBank. Web. 17 Jun. 2016.</ref> Unlike the colorful designs of many of the simple hand powered pump water guns of that time, most of the Entertech water guns were manufactured from black plastics with a matte finish to resemble actual firearms. Marketing materials and television spots would tout, "The look! The feel! The sound! So real! Entertech!" These water guns were revolutionary at a time when most children were purchasing inexpensive clear colored plastic squirt guns that were hand powered, had poor effective range and looked like toys.<ref>{{cite news|title=Long-Range Water Pistols, Light-Beam Weapons Toy Gun Makers See a New Hit|publisher=The Los Angeles Times|date=June 16, 1986}}</ref> The Entertech line boasted realistic looks and water storage in the form of detachable magazines (in most models) like their real firearm counterparts. In addition, the motorized water pumps made noises that, while not realistic, added an extra level of sensation. Finally, all of the guns except the Enforcer shotgun model boasted full automatic rate of fire (approx. 60 rpm) and a 30-foot effective range.<ref name=centerfire>{{cite web|title=AK Centerfire TV commercial|url=http://www.stumbleupon.com/demo/#url=http://video.stumbleupon.com/?p=jnbwzk21vf}}</ref>
 
'''Entertech''' was a brand of battery-powered motorized [[water gun]]s sold in the [[United States]] from 1985 to 1990 by the now-defunct [[LJN]].<ref>{{cite news|title=Today's Toy Gun: It's Not a Plastic Water Pistol Anymore|publisher=San Jose Mercury News|date=May 3, 1986}}</ref><ref name=closure/><ref>Albrecht, Bob. "LITTLE SQUIRTS LOVE BIG SQUIRTS." Columbus Dispatch, The (OH) 26 Aug. 1985, HOME FINAL, FEATURES - Accent & Arts: 3B. NewsBank. Web. 17 Jun. 2016.</ref> Unlike the colorful designs of many of the simple hand powered pump water guns of that time, most of the Entertech water guns were manufactured from black plastics with a matte finish to resemble actual firearms. Marketing materials and television spots would tout, "The look! The feel! The sound! So real! Entertech!" These water guns were revolutionary at a time when most children were purchasing inexpensive clear colored plastic squirt guns that were hand powered, had poor effective range and looked like toys.<ref>{{cite news|title=Long-Range Water Pistols, Light-Beam Weapons Toy Gun Makers See a New Hit|publisher=The Los Angeles Times|date=June 16, 1986}}</ref> The Entertech line boasted realistic looks and water storage in the form of detachable magazines (in most models) like their real firearm counterparts. In addition, the motorized water pumps made noises that, while not realistic, added an extra level of sensation. Finally, all of the guns except the Enforcer shotgun model boasted full automatic rate of fire (approx. 60 rpm) and a 30-foot effective range.<ref name=centerfire>{{cite web|title=AK Centerfire TV commercial|url=http://www.stumbleupon.com/demo/#url=http://video.stumbleupon.com/?p=jnbwzk21vf}}</ref>
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* Alan Amron invented and patented the first battery-operated water gun licensed to Larami and Entertech LJN in 1985.<ref>{{cite web|last=Porges|first=Seth|title=The Best Battery Powered Gun|url=http://www.popularmechanics.com/technology/gadgets/toys/4322164-best-battery-powered-gun#slide-4|work=The Top 6 Water Guns of All Time|publisher=Popular Mechanics|accessdate=16 October 2012}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|last=Green|first=Amanda|title=History Of The Water Gun|url=http://www.popularmechanics.com/technology/gadgets/toys/a-brief-history-of-the-water-gun#slide-6|publisher=Popular Mechanics|accessdate=5 August 2014}}</ref> In the first year, this invention had earned him $250,000 in royalties.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.people.com/people/archive/article/0,,20094476,00.htm |title=Alan Amron battery operated water guns Records |date=1986-09-08 |publisher=''[[People Magazine]]'' |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20141006134401/http://www.people.com/people/archive/article/0%2C%2C20094476%2C00.htm |archivedate=2014-10-06 |accessdate=2017-02-13 |deadurl=yes }}</ref>
   
 
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