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The Hurricane Heist

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== External links ==
 
== External links ==
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* {{Official website}}
 
* {{IMDb title|5360952}}
 
* {{IMDb title|5360952}}
   

Rosa bridgesii

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==External links==
 
==External links==
 
*[http://ucjeps.berkeley.edu/cgi-bin/get_JM_treatment.pl?6677,6887,6888 Jepson Manual Treatment - ''Rosa bridgesii'']
 
*[http://ucjeps.berkeley.edu/cgi-bin/get_JM_treatment.pl?6677,6887,6888 Jepson Manual Treatment - ''Rosa bridgesii'']
*[http://plants.usda.gov/java/profile?symbol=ROBR3 USDA Plants Profile; Rosa bridgesii]
 
 
*[http://calphotos.berkeley.edu/cgi/img_query?query_src=photos_index&where-taxon=Rosa+bridgesii ''Rosa bridgesii'' - Photo gallery]
 
*[http://calphotos.berkeley.edu/cgi/img_query?query_src=photos_index&where-taxon=Rosa+bridgesii ''Rosa bridgesii'' - Photo gallery]
   
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{{taxonbar |from=Q7367141}}
 
[[Category:Roses|bridgesii]]
 
[[Category:Roses|bridgesii]]
 
[[Category:Flora of California]]
 
[[Category:Flora of California]]

2005 Southeast Asian Games

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Sponsors

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===Sponsors===
 
===Sponsors===
 
[[File:Sea games.jpg|thumb|right|150px|Billboards hang along [[EDSA (road)|EDSA]] for the Southeast Asian Games.]]
 
[[File:Sea games.jpg|thumb|right|150px|Billboards hang along [[EDSA (road)|EDSA]] for the Southeast Asian Games.]]
A total of 26 sponsors sponsored the games.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.2005seagames.com.ph/ |title=Official Website of the Games |date=28 January 2006 |accessdate=16 February 2016 |work=Official Website |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20060128060716/http://www.2005seagames.com.ph/sponsors.html|archivedate=28 January 2006 }}</ref>
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A total of 27 sponsors sponsored the games.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.2005seagames.com.ph/ |title=Official Website of the Games |date=28 January 2006 |accessdate=16 February 2016 |work=Official Website |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20060128060716/http://www.2005seagames.com.ph/sponsors.html|archivedate=28 January 2006 }}</ref>
 
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* [[Milo (drink)|Nestle Milo]]
 
* [[Milo (drink)|Nestle Milo]]
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* Glocal Media Networks
 
* Glocal Media Networks
 
* Sports Central
 
* Sports Central
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* [[The SM Store]]
 
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Sabah I bin Jaber

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|name= Sabah I bin Jaber
 
|name= Sabah I bin Jaber
 
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|birth_date= c. 1800
 
|birth_place= Hadar, Aflaj region
 
|birth_place= Hadar, Aflaj region
 
|death_date= {{death year and age|1762|1700}}
 
|death_date= {{death year and age|1762|1700}}

Cawthra Park Secondary School

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Athletics

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== Athletics ==
 
== Athletics ==
   
The 2017-2018 girl's volleyball team completed a perfect season, not giving up a single set pn their way to capturing the ROPSSAA championship.
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The 2017-2018 girl's volleyball team completed a perfect season, not giving up a single set on their way to capturing the ROPSSAA championship.
   
 
Din Selmanovic won the 200&nbsp;m Freestyle with a time of 1:55.20 at the 2014 OFSSA Swimming Championships in Brantford, Ontario.
 
Din Selmanovic won the 200&nbsp;m Freestyle with a time of 1:55.20 at the 2014 OFSSA Swimming Championships in Brantford, Ontario.

Draft:Fire from the gods

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* "Evolve"
   
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Oligosynthetic language

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{{redirect|Oligosynthesis|the artificial creation of short strings of nucleic acids|Oligonucleotide synthesis}}
 
{{redirect|Oligosynthesis|the artificial creation of short strings of nucleic acids|Oligonucleotide synthesis}}
   
An '''oligosynthetic language''' (from the [[Greek language|Greek]] ''{{lang|grc|ὀλίγος}}'', meaning "few" or "little") is any [[language]] using very few [[morpheme]]s, perhaps only a hundred, which combine [[synthetic language|synthetically]] to form statements. Oligosynthesis is almost entirely theoretical and would depend heavily on the creation of lengthy compound words, to an extent far exceeding that of natural [[polysynthetic languages]].
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An '''oligosynthetic language''' (from the [[Ancient Greek|Greek]] {{lang|grc|ὀλίγος}}, meaning "few" or "little") is any [[language]] using very few [[morpheme]]s, perhaps only a hundred, which combine [[synthetic language|synthetically]] to form statements. Oligosynthesis is almost entirely theoretical and would depend heavily on the creation of lengthy compound words, to an extent far exceeding that of natural [[polysynthetic languages]].
   
 
Because no natural language has been shown to exhibit oligosynthetic properties, some linguists regard true oligosynthesis as impossible or impractical for productive use by humans; its use is limited to some [[constructed language]]s, such as, [[Newspeak]], [[Sona language (artificial)|Sona]], [[Toki Pona]] and [[aUI (language)|aUI]]. The [[Native American languages]] [[Nahuatl]] and [[Blackfoot language|Blackfoot]] have in the past been claimed to exhibit oligosynthetic qualities (most notably by [[Benjamin Whorf]]). However, the linguistic community has largely rejected these claims, preferring to categorize Nahuatl and Blackfoot as polysynthetic.
 
Because no natural language has been shown to exhibit oligosynthetic properties, some linguists regard true oligosynthesis as impossible or impractical for productive use by humans; its use is limited to some [[constructed language]]s, such as, [[Newspeak]], [[Sona language (artificial)|Sona]], [[Toki Pona]] and [[aUI (language)|aUI]]. The [[Native American languages]] [[Nahuatl]] and [[Blackfoot language|Blackfoot]] have in the past been claimed to exhibit oligosynthetic qualities (most notably by [[Benjamin Whorf]]). However, the linguistic community has largely rejected these claims, preferring to categorize Nahuatl and Blackfoot as polysynthetic.

P. K. van der Byl

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| parents = [[Pieter Voltelyn Graham van der Byl]]<br />Joyce Clare Fleming
 
| parents = [[Pieter Voltelyn Graham van der Byl]]<br />Joyce Clare Fleming
 
| birth_date ={{birth date|1923|11|11|df=y}}
 
| birth_date ={{birth date|1923|11|11|df=y}}
| birth_place = [[Cape Town]], [[Cape Province]], [[Union of South Africa]]
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| birth_place = [[Cape Town]], [[Cape Province]], [[Union of South Africa|South Africa]]
 
| death_date ={{death date and age|1999|11|15|1923|11|11|df=y}}
 
| death_date ={{death date and age|1999|11|15|1923|11|11|df=y}}
 
| death_place = [[Caledon, Western Cape]], [[South Africa]]
 
| death_place = [[Caledon, Western Cape]], [[South Africa]]

Janice Wong

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| awards = Asia's Best Pastry Chef Award (2013, 2014)
 
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'''Janice Wong''' (born 1983)<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.straitstimes.com/lifestyle/oh-my-old-singapore-0|title=Oh, my old Singapore|author=<!-- Staff -->|work=[[The Straits Times]]|date=2015-07-31|accessdate=2015-12-31}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.piwwe.com/index.php/home/chocolate/532-underwater-labyrinth-of-sugar-chocolate-by-janice-wong|title=Underwater Labyrinth. Of sugar&chocolate by Janice Wong|last=Mancusi|first=Chiara|website=www.piwwe.com|access-date=2016-08-09}}</ref> is a Singaporean [[pastry chef]] who owns 2am:dessert bar in [[Holland Village, Singapore|Holland Village]], 2am:lab, and Janice Wong Sweet Shop at The Shoppes at [[Marina Bay Sands]], all in [[Singapore]].
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'''Janice Wong''' (born 1983)<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.straitstimes.com/lifestyle/oh-my-old-singapore-0|title=Oh, my old Singapore|author=<!-- Staff -->|work=[[The Straits Times]]|date=2015-07-31|accessdate=2015-12-31}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.piwwe.com/index.php/home/chocolate/532-underwater-labyrinth-of-sugar-chocolate-by-janice-wong|title=Underwater Labyrinth. Of sugar&chocolate by Janice Wong|last=Mancusi|first=Chiara|website=www.piwwe.com|access-date=2016-08-09}}</ref> is a Singaporean pastry chef, artist, designer, writer & photographer who owns 2am:dessert bar in Holland Village, Janice Wong at National Museum Singapore, Janice Wong Sweet Shop at Paragon Shopping Mall and The Sweets factory; all located in Singapore. She is also the award winning author of "Perfection in Imperfection"(2011) and Dim Sum Cook Book (2013).
   
 
== Early life ==
 
== Early life ==

2018 USA Sevens

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Pool A

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|con1 = Agero (2/3) 7', 11'
 
|cards1 =
 
|cards1 =
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|try2 = Ovchinnikov 7' <br> Davydov 9'
 
|con2 = Ianiushkin (1/2) 9'
 
|con2 = Ianiushkin (1/2) 9'
 
|cards2 = Khodin {{sin bin|14|14}}
 
|cards2 = Khodin {{sin bin|14|14}}

User:Twospoonfuls/metopes

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South metopes

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[[File:Southwest Corner.jpg|thumb|upright=1.5|alt=Temple antique blanc en contre-plongée.|Coin sud-ouest du Parthénon. La métope sud I est visible au sommet des colonnes.]]
 
[[File:Southwest Corner.jpg|thumb|upright=1.5|alt=Temple antique blanc en contre-plongée.|Coin sud-ouest du Parthénon. La métope sud I est visible au sommet des colonnes.]]
   
On this side of the Parthenon, the preserved metopes represent the fight of the Centaurs and Lapithes N 25, probably at the time of the marriage of the king of Thessaly Pirithoos with Hippodamia. Centaurs and Lapiths are cousins (Lapiths and Centaurs were half-brothers, sons of Apollo), hence the invitation of the Centaurs who descended from Pelion for the occasion. The effects of alcohol being felt, the Centaurs attacked the women and young men present. The Lapiths came to their aid, seizing all that was within their reach could serve as weapons, and the fight took such proportions that it continued outside. It is the fact that women are present in this centauromachy (as also on the west pediment of the temple of Zeus in Olympia) that identifies this specific episode, although it seems that some guests came with their shield, even throw them at the wedding {{sfn|Schwab|2005|p=173-174}}{{,}}{{sfn|Berger|1986|p=78}}. The presence of this theme on an Athenian building celebrating the city is however not surprising: Theseus was the best friend of Pirithoos and was present at the ceremony and during the fight. According to Pausanias, a fresco by Mikon, in the hero of Theseus (not yet found), dating back to around 470 BC., already evoked this episode. This fresco greatly influenced the painters on vases, and certainly the sculptors of the metopes of the Parthenon{{sfn|Schwab|2005|p=174-175}}. Unlike the other sides, the Centaurs are not barbarians: they are from the Greek world. In addition, the sculptors of metopes have renewed the way of representing them. They made sure to remove the strangeness of the double nature, as it had been the case until then. The animal and human parts are not autonomous, but are well connected and functional. This is therefore a fight between Greeks; between humans and centaurs who are also closer to the human than the monster. The metopes could be a metaphor for the conflicts that then pitted the Greeks against each other {{sfn|Berger|1986|p=77-79}}. This theme of the centauromachy can be read at another level for Athenian citizens. The behavior of the centaurs who do not respect the sanctity of the wedding ceremony could echo the sacrilege of the Persians when they destroyed the shrines of the Acropolis{{sfn|Schwab|2005|p=178}}.
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On this side of the Parthenon, the preserved metopes represent the fight of the Centaurs and Lapiths <ref group=N>Ovid, ''Métamorphoses'', 12.210-535</ref> probably at the time of the marriage of the king of Thessaly Pirithoos with Hippodamia. Centaurs and Lapiths are cousins (Lapiths and Centaurs were half-brothers, sons of Apollo), hence the invitation of the Centaurs who descended from Pelion for the occasion. The effects of alcohol being felt, the Centaurs attacked the women and young men present. The Lapiths came to their aid, seizing all that was within their reach could serve as weapons, and the fight took such proportions that it continued outside. It is the fact that women are present in this centauromachy (as also on the west pediment of the temple of Zeus in Olympia) that identifies this specific episode, although it seems that some guests came with their shield, even throw them at the wedding {{sfn|Schwab|2005|p=173-174}}{{,}}{{sfn|Berger|1986|p=78}}. The presence of this theme on an Athenian building celebrating the city is however not surprising: Theseus was the best friend of Pirithoos and was present at the ceremony and during the fight. According to Pausanias, a fresco by Mikon, in the hero of Theseus (not yet found), dating back to around 470 BC., already evoked this episode. This fresco greatly influenced the painters on vases, and certainly the sculptors of the metopes of the Parthenon{{sfn|Schwab|2005|p=174-175}}. Unlike the other sides, the Centaurs are not barbarians: they are from the Greek world. In addition, the sculptors of metopes have renewed the way of representing them. They made sure to remove the strangeness of the double nature, as it had been the case until then. The animal and human parts are not autonomous, but are well connected and functional. This is therefore a fight between Greeks; between humans and centaurs who are also closer to the human than the monster. The metopes could be a metaphor for the conflicts that then pitted the Greeks against each other {{sfn|Berger|1986|p=77-79}}. This theme of the centauromachy can be read at another level for Athenian citizens. The behavior of the centaurs who do not respect the sanctity of the wedding ceremony could echo the sacrilege of the Persians when they destroyed the shrines of the Acropolis{{sfn|Schwab|2005|p=178}}.
   
 
These metopes are both the best preserved and the most fully destroyed. The best preserved are those ends that were taken to London by Lord Elgin, which preserved them completely, in comparison with those of the other sides remained on the building. However, the central metopes (South XIII to XXI) have also completely disappeared in the explosion of the powder magazine in 1687. Only the drawings attributed to Jacques Carrey, dating from 1674, remain. On these drawings there is no Centaur, which leads to a problem of interpretation of the general theme on this side. Fragments found during recent excavations on the Acropolis illuminated a little more{{sfn|Schwab|2005|p=174}}{{,}}{{sfn|Boardman|1985|id=sculpt|p=104-105}}{{,}}{{sfn|Berger|1986|p=78}}.
 
These metopes are both the best preserved and the most fully destroyed. The best preserved are those ends that were taken to London by Lord Elgin, which preserved them completely, in comparison with those of the other sides remained on the building. However, the central metopes (South XIII to XXI) have also completely disappeared in the explosion of the powder magazine in 1687. Only the drawings attributed to Jacques Carrey, dating from 1674, remain. On these drawings there is no Centaur, which leads to a problem of interpretation of the general theme on this side. Fragments found during recent excavations on the Acropolis illuminated a little more{{sfn|Schwab|2005|p=174}}{{,}}{{sfn|Boardman|1985|id=sculpt|p=104-105}}{{,}}{{sfn|Berger|1986|p=78}}.
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</gallery>
 
</gallery>
   
The following metopes, from south XIII to south XXV, are known only from the drawings attributed to Carrey. Some fragments have been found allowing reconstitution. As these metopes do not represent only Lapithe-Centaur duels, only present on south XXII to south XXV, various other interpretations have been proposed for metopes south XIII to XXI, sometimes without any connection with the episode of the marriage of Hippodamia and Pirithoos {{sfn|Berger|1986|p=91}}. Erich Pernice and Frantz Studniczka read the myth of Erichthonios and the erection of the cult statue of Athena Polias. Charles Picard is in? the same myth of Erichthonios but he rather suggests the creation of Panathenae. Erika Simon sees the story of another Lapith, Ixion, the father of Pirithoos. Martin Robertson prefers the myth of Daedalus, with traveling geographical locations (South XIII to XVI in Athens, South XVII and XVIII in Knossos, return to Athens for South XIX to XXI) {{sfn|Berger|1986|p=92-93}}. Burkhard Fehr wants to read the opposition between the "good" wife Alceste (wife of Admetus) and the "bad" wife Phaedrus (wife of Theseus){{sfn|Fehr|1982}}. According to Hilda Westervelt N 26 in her thesis defended at Harvard in 2004, this might not be a punctual event, but an account of the entire marriage of Hippodamia and Pirithoos. In the center is represented the moment when at the wedding the bride leaves the paternal house for that of her husband; the procession would then be disturbed by centaurs already drunk; the fight then extends to the outer metopes {{sfn|Schwab|2005|p=174}}.
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The following metopes, from south XIII to south XXV, are known only from the drawings attributed to Carrey. Some fragments have been found allowing reconstitution. As these metopes do not represent only Lapithe-Centaur duels, only present on south XXII to south XXV, various other interpretations have been proposed for metopes south XIII to XXI, sometimes without any connection with the episode of the marriage of Hippodamia and Pirithoos {{sfn|Berger|1986|p=91}}. Erich Pernice and Frantz Studniczka read the myth of Erichthonios and the erection of the cult statue of Athena Polias. Charles Picard is in? the same myth of Erichthonios but he rather suggests the creation of Panathenae. Erika Simon sees the story of another Lapith, Ixion, the father of Pirithoos. Martin Robertson prefers the myth of Daedalus, with traveling geographical locations (South XIII to XVI in Athens, South XVII and XVIII in Knossos, return to Athens for South XIX to XXI) {{sfn|Berger|1986|p=92-93}}. Burkhard Fehr wants to read the opposition between the "good" wife Alceste (wife of Admetus) and the "bad" wife Phaedrus (wife of Theseus){{sfn|Fehr|1982}}. According to Hilda Westervelt<ref group=N>The work 'The Centauromachy in Greek Architectural Sculpture' is expected to be published by Cambridge immenantly.</ref> in her thesis defended at Harvard in 2004, this might not be a punctual event, but an account of the entire marriage of Hippodamia and Pirithoos. In the center is represented the moment when at the wedding the bride leaves the paternal house for that of her husband; the procession would then be disturbed by centaurs already drunk; the fight then extends to the outer metopes {{sfn|Schwab|2005|p=174}}.
   
 
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!scope="col"|Selon {{harvsp|Jeppesen|1963}}
|[[Aphrodite]] et [[Boutès]]<ref group=N>Kristian Jeppesen évoque [[Boutès fils de Borée]], le père d'[[Hippodamie (épouse de Pirithoos)|Hippodamie]] (reprenant [[Diodore de Sicile]], IV, 70), mais il insiste sur l'homonymie avec le héros attique [[Boutès fils de Pandion]], frère d'Érechthée voire avec [[Boutès fils de Téléon]] amant d'Aphrodite et père d'Éryx, présent sur la métope XVI sud. {{harv|Jeppesen|1963|p=36}}.</ref>
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|[[Aphrodite]] et [[Boutès]]<ref group=N>Kristian Jeppesen evokes Butes son of Boreas, the father of Hippodamia (taking Diodorus of Sicily, IV, 70), but he insists on the homonymy with the Attic hero Butes son of Pandion, brother of Erechtheus even with Butes son of Teleon lover of Aphrodite and father of Eryx, present on the South XVI metope. {{harv|Jeppesen|1963|p=36}}.</ref>
 
|Apollon et [[Créuse fille d'Érechthée|Créuse]]
 
|Apollon et [[Créuse fille d'Érechthée|Créuse]]
 
|Érichthonios et un cheval de course
 
|Érichthonios et un cheval de course
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!scope="col"|Selon {{harvsp|Simon|1975}}
 
|Nourrice d'Hippodamie et sommelier
 
|Nourrice d'Hippodamie et sommelier
|[[Boutès]]<ref group=N>Probablement Boutès fils de Borée, père d'Hippodamie</ref> et jeune femme porteuse d'offrandes
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|[[Boutès]]<ref group=N>Probably Butes son of Boreas, father of Hippodamie</ref> et jeune femme porteuse d'offrandes
 
|[[Hélios]]
 
|[[Hélios]]
 
|Sacrilège d'[[Ixion]]
 
|Sacrilège d'[[Ixion]]

Boolean ring

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Any [[localization_of_a_ring|localization]] <math>RS^{-1}</math> of a Boolean ring ''R'' by a set <math>S\subseteq R</math> is a Boolean ring, since every element in the localization is idempotent.
 
Any [[localization_of_a_ring|localization]] <math>RS^{-1}</math> of a Boolean ring ''R'' by a set <math>S\subseteq R</math> is a Boolean ring, since every element in the localization is idempotent.
   
The maximal ring of quotients <math>Q(R)</math> (in the sense of Utumi and Lambek) of a Boolean ring ''R'' is a Boolean ring, since every partial endomorphism is idempotent<ref>{{cite journal|last1=B. Brainerd, J. Lambek|title=On the ring of quotients of a Boolean ring|journal=Canad. Math. Bull.|date=1959|volume=2|page=25-29}} Corollary 2.</ref>.
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The maximal ring of quotients <math>Q(R)</math> (in the sense of Utumi and Lambek) of a Boolean ring ''R'' is a Boolean ring, since every partial endomorphism is idempotent<ref>{{cite journal|last1=B. Brainerd, J. Lambek|title=On the ring of quotients of a Boolean ring|journal=[[Canadian Mathematical Bulletin]] |date=1959|volume=2|page=25-29}} Corollary 2.</ref>.
   
 
Every [[prime ideal]] ''P'' in a Boolean ring ''R'' is [[maximal ideal|maximal]]: the [[quotient ring]] ''R''/''P'' is an [[integral domain]] and also a Boolean ring, so it is isomorphic to the [[field (mathematics)|field]] '''F'''<sub>2</sub>, which shows the maximality of ''P''. Since maximal ideals are always prime, prime ideals and maximal ideals coincide in Boolean rings.
 
Every [[prime ideal]] ''P'' in a Boolean ring ''R'' is [[maximal ideal|maximal]]: the [[quotient ring]] ''R''/''P'' is an [[integral domain]] and also a Boolean ring, so it is isomorphic to the [[field (mathematics)|field]] '''F'''<sub>2</sub>, which shows the maximality of ''P''. Since maximal ideals are always prime, prime ideals and maximal ideals coincide in Boolean rings.
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== Unification ==
 
== Unification ==
[[Unification (logic)|Unification]] in Boolean rings is [[Decidability (logic)|decidable]],<ref>{{cite book|author1=Martin, U. |author2=Nipkow, T. | chapter=Unification in Boolean Rings| title=Proc. 8th CADE| year=1986| volume=230| pages=506–513| publisher=Springer| editor=Jörg H. Siekmann| series=LNCS}}</ref> that is, algorithms exist to solve arbitrary equations over Boolean rings. Both unification and matching in [[finitely generated algebra|finitely generated]] free Boolean rings are [[NP-complete]], and [[NP-hard]] in [[finitely presented algebra|finitely presented]] Boolean rings.<ref>Kandri-Rody, A., Kapur, D., and Narendran, P., "An ideal-theoretic approach to word problems and unification problems over finitely presented commutative algebras," Proc. of the first Conference on Rewriting Techniques and Applications, Dijon, France, May 1985, LNCS 202, Springer Verlag, New York, 345-364.</ref> (In fact, as any unification problem ''f''(''X'') = ''g''(''X'') in a Boolean ring can be rewritten as the matching problem ''f''(''X'') + ''g''(''X'') = 0, the problems are equivalent.)
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[[Unification (logic)|Unification]] in Boolean rings is [[Decidability (logic)|decidable]],<ref>{{cite book|author1=Martin, U. |author2=Nipkow, T. | chapter=Unification in Boolean Rings| title=Proc. 8th CADE| year=1986| volume=230| pages=506–513| publisher=Springer| editor=Jörg H. Siekmann| series=LNCS}}</ref> that is, algorithms exist to solve arbitrary equations over Boolean rings. Both unification and matching in [[finitely generated algebra|finitely generated]] free Boolean rings are [[NP-complete]], and [[NP-hard]] in [[finitely presented algebra|finitely presented]] Boolean rings.<ref>Kandri-Rody, A., Kapur, D., and Narendran, P., "An ideal-theoretic approach to word problems and unification problems over finitely presented commutative algebras", ''Proc. of the first Conference on Rewriting Techniques and Applications, Dijon, France, May 1985'', LNCS 202, Springer Verlag, 345-364.</ref> (In fact, as any unification problem ''f''(''X'') = ''g''(''X'') in a Boolean ring can be rewritten as the matching problem ''f''(''X'') + ''g''(''X'') = 0, the problems are equivalent.)
   
Unification in Boolean rings is unitary if all the uninterpreted function symbols are nullary and finitary otherwise (i.e. if the function symbols not occurring in the signature of Boolean rings are all constants then there exists a [[most general unifier]], and otherwise the [[Unification (computer science)#Unification problem, solution set|minimal complete set of unifiers]] is finite).<ref>{{cite journal| author=A. Boudet| author2=J.-P. Jouannaud| author2-link=J.-P. Jouannaud| author3=M. Schmidt-Schauß| title=Unification of Boolean Rings and Abelian Groups| journal=Journal of Symbolic Computation| year=1989| volume=8| pages=449–477 |url=http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0747717189800549/pdf?md5=713ed362e4b6f2db53923cc5ed47c818&pid=1-s2.0-S0747717189800549-main.pdf| doi=10.1016/s0747-7171(89)80054-9}}</ref>
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Unification in Boolean rings is unitary if all the uninterpreted function symbols are nullary and finitary otherwise (i.e. if the function symbols not occurring in the signature of Boolean rings are all constants then there exists a [[most general unifier]], and otherwise the [[Unification (computer science)#Unification problem, solution set|minimal complete set of unifiers]] is finite).<ref>{{cite journal| author=A. Boudet| author2=J.-P. Jouannaud| author2-link=J.-P. Jouannaud| author3=M. Schmidt-Schauß| title=Unification of Boolean Rings and Abelian Groups| journal=[[Journal of Symbolic Computation]] | year=1989| volume=8| pages=449–477 |url=http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0747717189800549/pdf?md5=713ed362e4b6f2db53923cc5ed47c818&pid=1-s2.0-S0747717189800549-main.pdf| doi=10.1016/s0747-7171(89)80054-9}}</ref>
   
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==

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*** [[Austria]]
 
*** [[Austria]]
 
*** [[Switzerland]] ([[Switzerland|Confoederatio Helvetica]])
 
*** [[Switzerland]] ([[Switzerland|Confoederatio Helvetica]])
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** [[Romance-speaking Europe|Latin Europe]]
 
** [[Nordic countries]]
 
** [[Nordic countries]]
 
*** [[Fennoscandia]]
 
*** [[Fennoscandia]]

Buick Verano

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2018 facelift

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=== 2018 facelift ===
 
=== 2018 facelift ===
   
In late 2017, Buick announced a facelift update for the 2018 model year that adds the new Buick grilles with the spreading wings to the Verano and Excelle products. The update applies to the Buick Verano sedan, Buick Verano GS hatchback, Buick Excelle GT sedan, and added a Buick Excelle GX station wagon as an additional new body style.
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In late 2017, Buick announced a facelift update for the 2018 model year that adds the new Buick grilles with the spreading wings to the Verano and Excelle products. The update applies to the Buick Verano sedan, Buick Verano hatchback, Buick Excelle GT sedan, and added a Buick Excelle GX station wagon as an additional new body style.
   
 
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List of Hot Country Singles number ones of 1983

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[[Hot Country Songs]] is a [[record chart|chart]] that ranks the top-performing [[country music]] songs in the United States, published by ''[[Billboard (magazine)|Billboard]]'' magazine. In 1983, 50 different songs topped the chart, then published under the title Hot Country Singles, in 52 issues of the magazine, based on playlists submitted by country music radio stations and sales reports submitted by stores.<ref>{{cite book|title=Joel Whitburn's Top Country Songs: 1944-2005|page=ix|first=Joel|last=Whitburn|authorlink=Joel Whitburn|publisher=Record Research|date=2005|isbn=9780898201659}}</ref>
 
[[Hot Country Songs]] is a [[record chart|chart]] that ranks the top-performing [[country music]] songs in the United States, published by ''[[Billboard (magazine)|Billboard]]'' magazine. In 1983, 50 different songs topped the chart, then published under the title Hot Country Singles, in 52 issues of the magazine, based on playlists submitted by country music radio stations and sales reports submitted by stores.<ref>{{cite book|title=Joel Whitburn's Top Country Songs: 1944-2005|page=ix|first=Joel|last=Whitburn|authorlink=Joel Whitburn|publisher=Record Research|date=2005|isbn=9780898201659}}</ref>
   
One of only two songs to spend more than one week at number one was "[[Islands in the Stream (song)|Islands in the Stream]]", a collaboration between [[Kenny Rogers]] and [[Dolly Parton]]. The song was a considerable crossover success, also topping the [[Adult Contemporary (chart)|Adult Contemporary]] chart and reaching number one on the all-genres [[Billboard Hot 100|''Billboard'' Hot 100]]. In 2005 the song topped a [[CMT (U.S. TV channel)|CMT]] poll of the best country duets of all time. The other multi-week number one was "[[Houston (Means I'm One Day Closer to You)]]" by [[Larry Gatlin|Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers]], which ended the year in the top spot. [[Alabama (American band)|Alabama]], [[Crystal Gayle]] and [[John Anderson (musician)|John Anderson]] tied for the most number ones of the year, with three each, along with [[Mickey Gilley]], who achieved two solo number ones and also reached the top spot with "[[Paradise Tonight]]", a collaboration with [[Charly McClain]], and [[Merle Haggard]] who similarly gained two solo number ones and spent a week at the top with "[[Pancho and Lefty]]", a duet with [[Willie Nelson]].
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One of only two songs to spend more than one week at number one was "[[Islands in the Stream (song)|Islands in the Stream]]", a collaboration between [[Kenny Rogers]] and [[Dolly Parton]]. The song was a considerable crossover success, also topping the [[Adult Contemporary (chart)|Adult Contemporary]] chart and reaching number one on the all-genres [[Billboard Hot 100|''Billboard'' Hot 100]].<ref>{{cite book|url=https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=PQM3DAAAQBAJ&pg=PT925&lpg=PT925&dq=islands+in+the+stream+hot+100+number+one&source=bl&ots=3OCeUD8EWR&sig=l8bIFy0FAjbIQWWFjHLkvwLwpjQ&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiq2dTP28_ZAhXLI8AKHTpaCnk4ChDoAQg0MAE#v=onepage&q=islands%20in%20the%20stream%20hot%20100%20number%20one&f=false|title=Chronology of American Popular Music, 1900-2000|first=Franj|last=Hoffmann|publisher=Routledge|date=2016|isbn=9781135868857|accessdate=March 3, 2018}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.rollingstone.com/music/videos/dolly-parton-kenny-rogers-islands-in-the-stream-performance-20141029|title=Flashback: Dolly Parton, Kenny Rogers Take 'Islands in the Stream' to New Heights|work=[[Rolling Stone]]|date=October 29, 2014|accessdate=March 3, 2018}}</ref> In 2005 the song topped a [[CMT (U.S. TV channel)|CMT]] poll of the best country duets of all time. The other multi-week number one was "[[Houston (Means I'm One Day Closer to You)]]" by [[Larry Gatlin|Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers]], which ended the year in the top spot. [[Alabama (American band)|Alabama]], [[Crystal Gayle]] and [[John Anderson (musician)|John Anderson]] tied for the most number ones of the year, with three each, along with [[Mickey Gilley]], who achieved two solo number ones and also reached the top spot with "[[Paradise Tonight]]", a collaboration with [[Charly McClain]], and [[Merle Haggard]] who similarly gained two solo number ones and spent a week at the top with "[[Pancho and Lefty]]", a duet with [[Willie Nelson]].
   
 
In addition to the artists who achieved three number ones, Kenny Rogers also spent three weeks at the top, as his two weeks in collaboration with Dolly Parton followed a week spent at number one with "[[We've Got Tonight]]", a duet with [[Sheena Easton]]. A fourth male-female duet to top the Hot Country chart in 1983 was "[[Faking Love]]" by [[T. G. Sheppard]] and [[Karen Brooks]]. In January [[Reba McEntire]] topped the chart for the first time with "[[Can't Even Get the Blues]]".<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.cmt.com/news/1489828/its-the-22nd-time-at-no-1-for-reba-mcentire/|title=It's the 22nd Time at No. 1 for Reba McEntire|first=Craig|last=Shelburne|publisher=[[CMT (U.S. TV channel)|CMT]]|date=July 30, 2004|accessdate=March 2, 2018}}</ref> McEntire would go on to become one of the most successful female singers in country music history, topping the chart regularly for nearly three decades; in 2011 she achieved her 25th number one song, tying with Dolly Parton for the most chart-topping songs by a female artist.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://theboot.com/reba-mcentire-turn-on-the-radio-lyrics/|work=The Boot|publisher=[[Townsquare Media]]|accessdate=October 31, 2017|first=Gayle|last=Thompson|last2=Stefano|first2=Angela|title=Story Behind the Song: Reba McEntire, 'Turn On the Radio'}}</ref> In contrast, several veteran singers added to their extensive tallies of chart-toppers; Merle Haggard's three number ones took his career total to 32 spanning 17 years.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.tennessean.com/story/entertainment/music/2016/04/06/see-merle-haggards-38-no-1-hits/82717932/|title=See Merle Haggard's 38 No. 1 hits|first=Adam|last=Tamburin|work=[[The Tennessean]]|accessdate=March 2, 2018|date=April 6, 2016}}</ref>
 
In addition to the artists who achieved three number ones, Kenny Rogers also spent three weeks at the top, as his two weeks in collaboration with Dolly Parton followed a week spent at number one with "[[We've Got Tonight]]", a duet with [[Sheena Easton]]. A fourth male-female duet to top the Hot Country chart in 1983 was "[[Faking Love]]" by [[T. G. Sheppard]] and [[Karen Brooks]]. In January [[Reba McEntire]] topped the chart for the first time with "[[Can't Even Get the Blues]]".<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.cmt.com/news/1489828/its-the-22nd-time-at-no-1-for-reba-mcentire/|title=It's the 22nd Time at No. 1 for Reba McEntire|first=Craig|last=Shelburne|publisher=[[CMT (U.S. TV channel)|CMT]]|date=July 30, 2004|accessdate=March 2, 2018}}</ref> McEntire would go on to become one of the most successful female singers in country music history, topping the chart regularly for nearly three decades; in 2011 she achieved her 25th number one song, tying with Dolly Parton for the most chart-topping songs by a female artist.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://theboot.com/reba-mcentire-turn-on-the-radio-lyrics/|work=The Boot|publisher=[[Townsquare Media]]|accessdate=October 31, 2017|first=Gayle|last=Thompson|last2=Stefano|first2=Angela|title=Story Behind the Song: Reba McEntire, 'Turn On the Radio'}}</ref> In contrast, several veteran singers added to their extensive tallies of chart-toppers; Merle Haggard's three number ones took his career total to 32 spanning 17 years.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.tennessean.com/story/entertainment/music/2016/04/06/see-merle-haggards-38-no-1-hits/82717932/|title=See Merle Haggard's 38 No. 1 hits|first=Adam|last=Tamburin|work=[[The Tennessean]]|accessdate=March 2, 2018|date=April 6, 2016}}</ref>

Nalyappa, South Australia

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| fedgov = [[Division of Grey|Grey]]<ref name=AEC>{{cite web|title=Federal electoral division of Grey|url=http://www.aec.gov.au/profiles/sa/files/2011/2011-aec-a4-map-sa-grey.pdf |publisher=Australian Electoral Commission|accessdate=24 July 2015}}</ref>
 
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User talk:DeAllenWeten

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== Sources ==
 
== Sources ==
   
Hello, can you please add your sources to [[Banawa Tengah]]? It is in danger of deletion at the moment, as an unreferenced biography of a living person. External links just means 'suggestions for further reading', not sources used, and biographies of living people need [[WP:INLINECITE]]D sources. Best wishes, [[User:Boleyn|Boleyn]] ([[User talk:Boleyn|talk]]) 08:23, 3 March 2018 (UTC)
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Hello, can you please add your sources to [[Ted Unkel]]? It is in danger of deletion at the moment, as an unreferenced biography of a living person. External links just means 'suggestions for further reading', not sources used, and biographies of living people need [[WP:INLINECITE]]D sources. Best wishes, [[User:Boleyn|Boleyn]] ([[User talk:Boleyn|talk]]) 08:23, 3 March 2018 (UTC)

User talk:Eryie

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General note: Adding original research, including unpublished syntheses of sources on Laurie Pritchett. (TW)

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Cawthra Park Secondary School

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Athletics

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The 2017-2018 girl's volleyball team completed a perfect season, not giving up a single set pn their way to capturing the ROPSSAA championship.
   
 
Din Selmanovic won the 200&nbsp;m Freestyle with a time of 1:55.20 at the 2014 OFSSA Swimming Championships in Brantford, Ontario.
 
Din Selmanovic won the 200&nbsp;m Freestyle with a time of 1:55.20 at the 2014 OFSSA Swimming Championships in Brantford, Ontario.

Talk:Riegert

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Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee

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Fiftieth Anniversary Conference

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A conference marking the 50th anniversary of the founding of SNCC was held at Shaw University on 15–18 April 2010.<ref>[http://www.sncc50thanniversary.org/program.html SNCC 50th Anniversary Conference - Program<!-- Bot generated title -->]</ref>
 
A conference marking the 50th anniversary of the founding of SNCC was held at Shaw University on 15–18 April 2010.<ref>[http://www.sncc50thanniversary.org/program.html SNCC 50th Anniversary Conference - Program<!-- Bot generated title -->]</ref>
   
The panel was divided into four days.
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The program was divided into four days. Each volume represents the discs in which the program was covered on.
   
 
== Day One: April 15, 2010: "Youth Took a Giant Stride" ==
 
== Day One: April 15, 2010: "Youth Took a Giant Stride" ==

Irish Argentine

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* [[José Ignacio García Hamilton]], lawyer, journalist, writer, historian and national deputy for the province of Tucuman
 
* [[José Ignacio García Hamilton]], lawyer, journalist, writer, historian and national deputy for the province of Tucuman
 
* [[Juan Carlos Howard]], pianist, director, arranger and composer of tangos
 
* [[Juan Carlos Howard]], pianist, director, arranger and composer of tangos
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* Corina Kavanagh Lynch (1890-1984), heiress, commissioner of the Kavanagh Building in Buenos Aires
 
* [[Guillermo Patricio Kelly]], activist, journalist and political leader
 
* [[Guillermo Patricio Kelly]], activist, journalist and political leader
 
* [[Arturo Kenny]], polo player and Olympic gold medalist (Paris 1924)
 
* [[Arturo Kenny]], polo player and Olympic gold medalist (Paris 1924)

User talk:Mean as custard

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Hello. Sorry to pop up at random like this. I'm not sure if this is {{tq|accolades, brickbats and threats}} but if you like I'll try to make sure I do all three? :) I was wondering about [https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User_talk:Editor9392&diff=prev&oldid=828461723 this], where you undid a user's clearance of their own Talk page. Now, I am usually wrong about at least 50% of everything I say here but I thought that we didn't do this, because if they blank it then we assume they saw it. I know that there are exceptions like outstanding parking fines, expensive arty graffiti etc (or something) but I didn't think that such an exception was visible here.
 
Hello. Sorry to pop up at random like this. I'm not sure if this is {{tq|accolades, brickbats and threats}} but if you like I'll try to make sure I do all three? :) I was wondering about [https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User_talk:Editor9392&diff=prev&oldid=828461723 this], where you undid a user's clearance of their own Talk page. Now, I am usually wrong about at least 50% of everything I say here but I thought that we didn't do this, because if they blank it then we assume they saw it. I know that there are exceptions like outstanding parking fines, expensive arty graffiti etc (or something) but I didn't think that such an exception was visible here.
   
I'd be the first to agree that the user is a royal pain ''(update: now indeffed!)'' and I wish that they had read carefully and acted on advice lovingly given them by some nice old chap. But they didn't, and that's another problem ... in the meantime, I still worry that undoing their blanking wasn't quite right. Please feel free to tell me why I'm an idiot and, like, totally wrong ... I have probably missed the point hugely here somehow! Thanks and best wishes [[User:DisillusionedBitterAndKnackered|DBaK]] ([[User talk:DisillusionedBitterAndKnackered|talk]]) 20:39, 2 March 2018 (UTC)
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I'd be the first to agree that the user is a royal pain ''(update: now indeffed!)'' and I wish that they had read carefully and acted on advice lovingly given them by some nice old chap. But they didn't, and that's another problem ... in the meantime, I still worry that undoing their blanking wasn't quite right. Please feel free to tell me why I'm an idiot and, like, totally wrong ... I have probably missed the point hugely here somehow! Thanks and best wishes [[User:DisillusionedBitterAndKnackered|DBaK]] ([[User talk:DisillusionedBitterAndKnackered|talk]]) 20:39, 2 March 2018 (UTC)

Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering

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List of One Day International cricket umpires

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This is a list of '''[[umpire (cricket)|cricket umpires]]''' who have officiated at least one [[One Day International]] (ODI) match. As of February 2018, 378 umpires have officiated in an ODI match.<ref name="Cricinfo">{{Cite web|url=http://stats.espncricinfo.com/ci/engine/stats/index.html?class=2;player_type=2;template=results;type=official |title=One Day International Umpires |accessdate=28 February 2018 |work=ESPN Cricinfo}}</ref> The first ODI match took place on 5 January 1971 between [[English cricket team in Australia in 1970–71#First One Day International - Melbourne|Australia and England]] at the [[Melbourne Cricket Ground]].<ref name="First">{{Cite web|url=http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/engine/match/64148.html |title=Australia vs. England, 1971 |accessdate=14 May 2014 |work=ESPN Cricinfo}}</ref> The umpires for this game were [[Tom Brooks (umpire)|Tom Brooks]] and [[Lou Rowan]].<ref name="First" />
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This is a list of '''[[umpire (cricket)|cricket umpires]]''' who have officiated at least one [[One Day International]] (ODI) match. As of March 2018, 378 umpires have officiated in an ODI match.<ref name="Cricinfo">{{Cite web|url=http://stats.espncricinfo.com/ci/engine/stats/index.html?class=2;player_type=2;template=results;type=official |title=One Day International Umpires |accessdate=3 March 2018 |work=ESPN Cricinfo}}</ref> The first ODI match took place on 5 January 1971 between [[English cricket team in Australia in 1970–71#First One Day International - Melbourne|Australia and England]] at the [[Melbourne Cricket Ground]].<ref name="First">{{Cite web|url=http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/engine/match/64148.html |title=Australia vs. England, 1971 |accessdate=14 May 2014 |work=ESPN Cricinfo}}</ref> The umpires for this game were [[Tom Brooks (umpire)|Tom Brooks]] and [[Lou Rowan]].<ref name="First" />
   
 
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|data-sort-value="Kitchen, Mervyn"|[[Mervyn Kitchen]]||{{flag|England}}||28||1983||2001
 
|data-sort-value="Kitchen, Mervyn"|[[Mervyn Kitchen]]||{{flag|England}}||28||1983||2001
 
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|data-sort-value="Knights, Wayne"|[[Wayne Knights]]||{{flag|New Zealand}}||9||2016||2018
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|data-sort-value="Koertzen, Rudi"|[[Rudi Koertzen]]||{{flag|South Africa}}||209||1992||2010
 
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|data-sort-value="Pakteen, Ahmed Shah"|[[Ahmed Shah Pakteen]]||{{flag|Afghanistan}}||8||2017||2018
 
|data-sort-value="Pakteen, Ahmed Shah"|[[Ahmed Shah Pakteen]]||{{flag|Afghanistan}}||8||2017||2018
 
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|data-sort-value="Palliyaguruge, Ruchira"|[[Ruchira Palliyaguruge]]||{{flag|Sri Lanka}}||59||2011||2018
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|data-sort-value="Palmer, Ken"|[[Ken Palmer]]||{{flag|England}}||23||1977||2001
 
|data-sort-value="Palmer, Ken"|[[Ken Palmer]]||{{flag|England}}||23||1977||2001

User:Yatindrapanda

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User account Yatindrapanda was created

Riegert

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Aviation in the New York metropolitan area

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[[Image:Planes at JFK2.jpg|thumbnail|250px|An [[Air India]] [[Boeing 747-400]] arrives at [[JFK International Airport|JFK]], with [[El Al|El Al Israel]] and [[Swiss International Air Lines|Swiss International]] jets at Terminal 4. JFK is the largest entry point for international arrivals to the United States.]]
 
[[Image:Planes at JFK2.jpg|thumbnail|250px|An [[Air India]] [[Boeing 747-400]] arrives at [[JFK International Airport|JFK]], with [[El Al|El Al Israel]] and [[Swiss International Air Lines|Swiss International]] jets at Terminal 4. JFK is the largest entry point for international arrivals to the United States.]]
   
The [[New York metropolitan area]] has the busiest airport system in the United States. It is also the most frequently used [[port of entry]] and departure for international flights. In 2011 more than 104 million passengers used the airports under the auspices of the [[Port Authority of New York and New Jersey]] (PANYNJ).<ref>{{cite report|title=Non Stop Service|publisher=PANYNJ|year=2011|url= http://public.aci-na.org/commcontest/sites/default/files/entry/Linda%20Steuerwald/PA%20Airport%20Highlights%20LG-single.pdf|accessdate=2013-01-13}}</ref><ref>{{cite report|title=Air Traffic Report 2011|publisher = PANYNJ |url = http://www.panynj.gov/airports/pdf-traffic/ATR2011.pdf |accessdate = 2013-01-04}}</ref>
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The [[New York metropolitan area]] has the busiest airport system in the United States. It is also the most frequently used [[port of entry]] and departure for international flights. In 2011 more than 104 million passengers used the airports under the auspices of the [[Port Authority of New York and New Jersey]] (PANYNJ).<ref>{{cite report|title=Non Stop Service|publisher=PANYNJ|year=2011|url= http://public.aci-na.org/commcontest/sites/default/files/entry/Linda%20Steuerwald/PA%20Airport%20Highlights%20LG-single.pdf|accessdate=2013-01-13}}</ref><ref>{{cite report|title=Air Traffic Report 2011|publisher = PANYNJ |url = http://www.panynj.gov/airports/pdf-traffic/ATR2011.pdf |accessdate = 2013-01-04}}</ref> The number increased to 117 million in 2014.<ref>http://www.crainsnewyork.com/article/20150128/TRANSPORTATION/150129824/local-airport-traffic-hits-record-high</ref>
   
 
The metro area is served by three major airports, [[John F. Kennedy International Airport]] (JFK), [[Newark Liberty International Airport]] (EWR) and [[LaGuardia Airport]] (LGA), which have been operated by PANYNJ since 1947.<ref>{{cite web|title = Schedules of Charges for Air Terminals New Jersey Airports: Newark Liberty International Airport and Teterboro Airport|publisher = PANYNJ|date = October 2011|url = http://www.panynj.gov/airports/pdf/scheduleofcharges-ewr.pdf|accessdate = 2013-01-20|quote =Under the terms of agreements with the City of New York, dated April 17, 1947, and with the City of Newark, dated October 22, 1947, The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is responsible for the improvement, development, operation and maintenance of LaGuardia Airport, John F. Kennedy International Airport and Newark Liberty International Airport.}}</ref> The [[International Air Transport Association airport code]] (IATA code) "NYC" is reserved to refer to these three airports. JFK and Newark are connected to regional rail systems by [[AirTrain JFK]] and [[AirTrain Newark]] respectively.
 
The metro area is served by three major airports, [[John F. Kennedy International Airport]] (JFK), [[Newark Liberty International Airport]] (EWR) and [[LaGuardia Airport]] (LGA), which have been operated by PANYNJ since 1947.<ref>{{cite web|title = Schedules of Charges for Air Terminals New Jersey Airports: Newark Liberty International Airport and Teterboro Airport|publisher = PANYNJ|date = October 2011|url = http://www.panynj.gov/airports/pdf/scheduleofcharges-ewr.pdf|accessdate = 2013-01-20|quote =Under the terms of agreements with the City of New York, dated April 17, 1947, and with the City of Newark, dated October 22, 1947, The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is responsible for the improvement, development, operation and maintenance of LaGuardia Airport, John F. Kennedy International Airport and Newark Liberty International Airport.}}</ref> The [[International Air Transport Association airport code]] (IATA code) "NYC" is reserved to refer to these three airports. JFK and Newark are connected to regional rail systems by [[AirTrain JFK]] and [[AirTrain Newark]] respectively.

FK Sloboda Užice

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{{Fs player|no=23|nat=SRB|name=Aleksandar Cvetić|pos=DF}}
 
{{Fs player|no=23|nat=SRB|name=Aleksandar Cvetić|pos=DF}}
 
{{Fs player|no=25|nat=SRB|name=Dušan Čubraković|pos=GK}}
 
{{Fs player|no=25|nat=SRB|name=Dušan Čubraković|pos=GK}}
{{Fs player|no=29|nat=SRB|name=[[Aleksa Vidić]]|pos=DF|other=<small>[[Captain (association football)#Club|Captain]]</small><ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.fudbal.info/prva-liga/vidic-sloboda-mora-bolje-u-prvenstvu|title=Vidić-„Sloboda mora bolje u prvenstvu"|website=fudbal.info|language=Serbian|date=14 August 2017|accessdate=15 August 2017}}</ref>}}
 
 
{{Fs player|no=30|nat=SRB|name=Dimitrije Markićević|pos=MF}}
 
{{Fs player|no=30|nat=SRB|name=Dimitrije Markićević|pos=MF}}
 
{{Fs player|no=31|nat=SRB|name=Nikola Vučković|pos=DF}}
 
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Shaolin (film)

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==Theme song==
 
==Theme song==
The theme song, "''Wu''" (悟; roughly translates to "awaken" or "enlighten"), was composed by the Chinese composer Zhao Qin, with [[Andy Lau]] performing the song and providing the lyrics.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://ent.sina.com.cn/m/c/p/2010-12-20/07213181906.shtml|title=刘德华为《新少林寺》谱写主题曲并演唱}}</ref>
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The theme song, "''Wu''" (悟; roughly translates to "awaken" or "enlighten"), was composed by Chinese composer Q. luv, with [[Andy Lau]] performing the song and providing the lyrics.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://ent.sina.com.cn/m/c/p/2010-12-20/07213181906.shtml|title=刘德华为《新少林寺》谱写主题曲并演唱}}</ref>
   
 
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|Song: ''Wu'' (悟)
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|[[Yee Chung-Man]], Ben Lau
 
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Gerry

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******[[Elbridge T. Gerry Sr.]] (1908–1999), American banker and polo player, great-great grandson of the vice president
 
******[[Elbridge T. Gerry Sr.]] (1908–1999), American banker and polo player, great-great grandson of the vice president
 
******[[Robert L. Gerry Jr.]] (1911–1979), American polo player, brother of Elbridge T. Gerry Sr.
 
******[[Robert L. Gerry Jr.]] (1911–1979), American polo player, brother of Elbridge T. Gerry Sr.
*******[[Robert L. Gerry III]] (born 1937), American businessman, son of Robert L. Gerry Jr.]]
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*******[[Robert L. Gerry III]] (born 1937), American businessman, son of Robert L. Gerry Jr.
 
* [[Alan Gerry]] (born 1929), American billionaire and founder of Cablevision Industries
 
* [[Alan Gerry]] (born 1929), American billionaire and founder of Cablevision Industries
 
* [[Elbridge Gerry (Maine)]] (1813–1886), American lawyer and politician
 
* [[Elbridge Gerry (Maine)]] (1813–1886), American lawyer and politician
* [[Eloise Gerry (1885–1970), American forestry research scientist
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* [[Eloise Gerry]] (1885–1970), American forestry research scientist
 
* [[Nathan Gerry]] (born 1995), American National Football League player
 
* [[Nathan Gerry]] (born 1995), American National Football League player
 
* [[Robert Gerry (politician)]] (1858–1931), American politician
 
* [[Robert Gerry (politician)]] (1858–1931), American politician

Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Emeka Okonkwo

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:<small class="delsort-notice">Note: This discussion has been included in the [[Wikipedia:WikiProject Deletion sorting/Nigeria|list of Nigeria-related deletion discussions]]. [[User:Mark the train|<font face="Forte">MT Train</font>]]<sup>[[User talk:Mark the train|<font face="Segoe script">''Talk''</font>]]</sup> 00:19, 3 March 2018 (UTC)</small>
 
:<small class="delsort-notice">Note: This discussion has been included in the [[Wikipedia:WikiProject Deletion sorting/Nigeria|list of Nigeria-related deletion discussions]]. [[User:Mark the train|<font face="Forte">MT Train</font>]]<sup>[[User talk:Mark the train|<font face="Segoe script">''Talk''</font>]]</sup> 00:19, 3 March 2018 (UTC)</small>
 
*'''Strong Keep''' entry already contains several citations to very substantial coverage of this individual. Not sure what the problem is. [[User:FloridaArmy|FloridaArmy]] ([[User talk:FloridaArmy|talk]]) 04:07, 3 March 2018 (UTC)
 
*'''Strong Keep''' entry already contains several citations to very substantial coverage of this individual. Not sure what the problem is. [[User:FloridaArmy|FloridaArmy]] ([[User talk:FloridaArmy|talk]]) 04:07, 3 March 2018 (UTC)
:*'''Comment''' - Very simply put, I fail to find these "references" in-depth or non-trivial support. [[User:reddogsix|<span style="color:red;">red</span><b [[User:reddogosix|<span style="color:red;">red</span><b style="color:#000;">dog</b><i style="color:#000;">six</i>]] ([[User talk:reddogsix#top|talk]]) 05:58, 3 March 2018 (UTC)
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:*'''Comment''' - Very simply put, I fail to find these "references" in-depth or non-trivial support. [[User:reddogosix|<span style="color:red;">red</span><b style="color:#000;">dog</b><i style="color:#000;">six</i>]] ([[User talk:reddogsix#top|talk]]) 05:58, 3 March 2018 (UTC)
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[[User:Opatachibueze|Opatachibueze]] ([[User talk:Opatachibueze|talk]]) 08:23, 3 March 2018 (UTC)
 
:*'''Comment''' - Me too, I was starting to take an offence but I am trying hard to understand what reddogsix wants. What do you need for the references to be in-depth or non-trivial. Most entertainment celebrities in Nigeria only appear in blogs.
 
:*'''Comment''' - Me too, I was starting to take an offence but I am trying hard to understand what reddogsix wants. What do you need for the references to be in-depth or non-trivial. Most entertainment celebrities in Nigeria only appear in blogs.
 
*'''Delete''' the souces are not indepth nor substantial.[[User:Johnpacklambert|John Pack Lambert]] ([[User talk:Johnpacklambert|talk]]) 06:30, 3 March 2018 (UTC)
 
*'''Delete''' the souces are not indepth nor substantial.[[User:Johnpacklambert|John Pack Lambert]] ([[User talk:Johnpacklambert|talk]]) 06:30, 3 March 2018 (UTC)

Template:Indonesia borders

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List of combat vehicles of World War I

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===Tanks===

Laurie Pritchett

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'''Laurie Pritchett''' (December 9, 1926 – November 13, 2000) is best known for his actions in 1961 and 1962 as the Chief of Police in [[Albany, Georgia]] in suppressing the city's civil rights demonstrations by the [[Albany Movement]]. He was notable for using non-brutal methods based on [[Martin Luther King, Jr.]]'s own tactics, which greatly differed from the way most police departments handled such demonstrations at the time.<ref>{{cite book|last1=Wexler|first1=Sanford|last2=Bond|first2=Julian|title=An Eyewitness History: The Civil Rights Movement|date=1993|publisher=NY: Facts on File|location=New York|edition=1st}}</ref> It's typical when trying to defend actions during the civil rights movement to try to by pass one's belief by saying it's the law, etc. The fact is sheriff Laurie Pritchett was a clan believer & has never denied yet some how that side never get publish nor discuss
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'''Laurie Pritchett''' (December 9, 1926 – November 13, 2000) is best known for his actions in 1961 and 1962 as the Chief of Police in [[Albany, Georgia]] in suppressing the city's civil rights demonstrations by the [[Albany Movement]]. He was notable for using non-brutal methods based on [[Martin Luther King, Jr.]]'s own tactics, which greatly differed from the way most police departments handled such demonstrations at the time.<ref>{{cite book|last1=Wexler|first1=Sanford|last2=Bond|first2=Julian|title=An Eyewitness History: The Civil Rights Movement|date=1993|publisher=NY: Facts on File|location=New York|edition=1st}}</ref>
   
 
== Early life ==
 
== Early life ==

Wikipedia talk:Manual of Style

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WORDSASWORDS vs. NOITALQUOTE for articles about a quotation: Attempting summary and assessing consensus: please check that I've fairly and accurately reflected it!

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*Ok, after waffling back and forth on this for a while, and consulting a somewhat more linguistically able friend, I think I've finally managed to sort it out in my head. I got stuck on the ontology of whether the phrase we're discussing was a ''quote'', a ''use'', or a ''mention''. But this is, of course, a category error: a quote (words taken from another source) is always a quote, so the relevant distinction is only whether we ''use'' the quote or ''mention'' the quote.{{pb}}And in properly encyclopedic language, we effectively always ''mention'' the quote. In a different context (newswriting, say) we might appropriately write {{tq|[The unpopular politician] was therefore ''hoist on his own petard'', so to speak.}}, but we would never here write along the lines of {{tq|''Methinks [the female pop star] protests too much'' in this regard.}} WORDSASWORDS (and common sense) doesn't ''mandate'' italics, only provide them as the way to do it when a use—mention distinction is necessary, and since our use of the phrase is always a ''mention'', we never need to make that distinction.{{pb}}Thus a quote is a quote and should have quotation marks, and doesn't need italics to distinguish our ''mentions'' of it from our non-existent ''uses'' of it.{{pb}}I'm sure we'll run into some exception somewhere, but for the wast majority of cases, including specifically in the first sentence of the lead of our articles about quotes, this should cover it. Which, I believe, is what {{u|Curly Turkey}} had previously said with far more brevity. :) --[[User:Xover|Xover]] ([[User talk:Xover|talk]]) 19:25, 1 March 2018 (UTC)
 
*Ok, after waffling back and forth on this for a while, and consulting a somewhat more linguistically able friend, I think I've finally managed to sort it out in my head. I got stuck on the ontology of whether the phrase we're discussing was a ''quote'', a ''use'', or a ''mention''. But this is, of course, a category error: a quote (words taken from another source) is always a quote, so the relevant distinction is only whether we ''use'' the quote or ''mention'' the quote.{{pb}}And in properly encyclopedic language, we effectively always ''mention'' the quote. In a different context (newswriting, say) we might appropriately write {{tq|[The unpopular politician] was therefore ''hoist on his own petard'', so to speak.}}, but we would never here write along the lines of {{tq|''Methinks [the female pop star] protests too much'' in this regard.}} WORDSASWORDS (and common sense) doesn't ''mandate'' italics, only provide them as the way to do it when a use—mention distinction is necessary, and since our use of the phrase is always a ''mention'', we never need to make that distinction.{{pb}}Thus a quote is a quote and should have quotation marks, and doesn't need italics to distinguish our ''mentions'' of it from our non-existent ''uses'' of it.{{pb}}I'm sure we'll run into some exception somewhere, but for the wast majority of cases, including specifically in the first sentence of the lead of our articles about quotes, this should cover it. Which, I believe, is what {{u|Curly Turkey}} had previously said with far more brevity. :) --[[User:Xover|Xover]] ([[User talk:Xover|talk]]) 19:25, 1 March 2018 (UTC)
 
*Concur completely with Curly Turkey; just use quotation marks for something like "'Twas brillig, and the slithy toves / Did gyre and gimble in the wabe"; italics would be redundant. For a coinage of term now used by other people, that's about the word(s), so use italics: ''seredipity''. When it's about the meaning, origin, or use a term in the quote, same thing: {{xt|The common hypothesis is that Carroll derived the nonce word ''mimsy'' from a portmanteau of ''miserable'' and ''flimsy''.}} It kind of boggles the mind that this even turned into any kind of dispute. The guidelines are {{em|not}} in conflict, people are just confusing themselves into thinking that if we know who said/wrote something first then that makes it a quotation even when others are using it. Not true. If you quote me saying "In my opinion, some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon 'em", then that's how it's written (surely with a note that I'm ripping off Shakespeare). It's not written "In my opinion, 'some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon 'em{{'"}}, which is you doing original research to show me explicitly quoting someone else, when I might have thought the phrase came out of my own head. Wikipedia does not read minds or impute motives. The two largest sources of stock phrases in the English language are Shakespeare and the King James Bible; if we put quotation marks around every phrase from these works, almost every page here would have quoted things in it and no one would know why they had quotes around them. Something like [[Thy name is]] is only a quote in the context of the original material; in the snowclone context, it's words-as-words. Remember that almost every modern [[term of art]] has a known origin. When we write about the meaning of ''hypervisor'', we use italics because we're talking about it as a term. We do not use quotation marks, unless quoting something – more than the word – directly from a cited source: "Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV) is a commercial implementation of the KVM Type-1 hypervisor."[http://www.virtualizationsoftware.com/top-5-enterprise-type-1-hypervisors/] We do occasionally use quotation marks for words-as-words cases, but only as an alternative to italics in material already dense with italics used for another purpose. <span style="white-space:nowrap;font-family:'Trebuchet MS'"> — [[User:SMcCandlish|'''SMcCandlish''']] [[User talk:SMcCandlish|☏]] [[Special:Contributions/SMcCandlish|¢]] 😼 </span> 12:51, 2 March 2018 (UTC)
 
*Concur completely with Curly Turkey; just use quotation marks for something like "'Twas brillig, and the slithy toves / Did gyre and gimble in the wabe"; italics would be redundant. For a coinage of term now used by other people, that's about the word(s), so use italics: ''seredipity''. When it's about the meaning, origin, or use a term in the quote, same thing: {{xt|The common hypothesis is that Carroll derived the nonce word ''mimsy'' from a portmanteau of ''miserable'' and ''flimsy''.}} It kind of boggles the mind that this even turned into any kind of dispute. The guidelines are {{em|not}} in conflict, people are just confusing themselves into thinking that if we know who said/wrote something first then that makes it a quotation even when others are using it. Not true. If you quote me saying "In my opinion, some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon 'em", then that's how it's written (surely with a note that I'm ripping off Shakespeare). It's not written "In my opinion, 'some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon 'em{{'"}}, which is you doing original research to show me explicitly quoting someone else, when I might have thought the phrase came out of my own head. Wikipedia does not read minds or impute motives. The two largest sources of stock phrases in the English language are Shakespeare and the King James Bible; if we put quotation marks around every phrase from these works, almost every page here would have quoted things in it and no one would know why they had quotes around them. Something like [[Thy name is]] is only a quote in the context of the original material; in the snowclone context, it's words-as-words. Remember that almost every modern [[term of art]] has a known origin. When we write about the meaning of ''hypervisor'', we use italics because we're talking about it as a term. We do not use quotation marks, unless quoting something – more than the word – directly from a cited source: "Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV) is a commercial implementation of the KVM Type-1 hypervisor."[http://www.virtualizationsoftware.com/top-5-enterprise-type-1-hypervisors/] We do occasionally use quotation marks for words-as-words cases, but only as an alternative to italics in material already dense with italics used for another purpose. <span style="white-space:nowrap;font-family:'Trebuchet MS'"> — [[User:SMcCandlish|'''SMcCandlish''']] [[User talk:SMcCandlish|☏]] [[Special:Contributions/SMcCandlish|¢]] 😼 </span> 12:51, 2 March 2018 (UTC)
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Ok, based on all the above, the prevailing opinion seems to boil down to "Just use quote marks" with a side helping of "You're overthinking this". {{u|EEng}} doesn't express an opinion, but adds a few other interesting examples, and {{u|Sangdeboeuf}} argues for italics, but everyone else that has participated lands on quote marks. Several participants also mention cases where italics might be appropriate, and, as {{u|Batternut}} has pointed out, when discussing the use—mention distinction we're properly in philosophical territory, and most of the discussion above has been in the abstract. I will therefore try to make it concrete in order to test whether the apparent consensus above holds. First, for reference, a pruned excerpt from the article as it stands right now; and attempted applications of the discussion above. Instances in {{green|green}} are, I believe, uncontroversial; the ones in {{maroon|maroon}} are the ones (again, AIUI) we're trying to settle (my emendations are {{blue|blue}}).
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Hamlet then turns to his mother and asks her, {{green|"Madam, how like you this play?"}}, to which she replies [[ironically]] {{green|"The lady doth protest too much, methinks"}}, meaning that the Player Queen's protestations of love and fidelity are too excessive to be believed. The quotation comes from the [[Second Quarto]] edition of the play. Later versions contain the simpler line, {{green|"The lady protests too much, methinks"}}. {{blue|[…]}}
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{{maroon|"'''The lady doth protest too much, methinks'''"}} is a line from the {{circa|1600}} play ''[[Hamlet]]'' by William Shakespeare. {{blue|[…]}} The phrase is used in everyday speech to indicate doubt in someone's sincerity. A common misquotation places {{green|''methinks''}} first, as in {{maroon|"methinks the lady doth protest too much"}}. {{blue|[…]}}
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Hamlet then turns to his mother and asks her, {{green|"Madam, how like you this play?"}}, to which she replies [[ironically]] {{green|"The lady doth protest too much, methinks"}}, meaning that the Player Queen's protestations of love and fidelity are too excessive to be believed. The quotation comes from the [[Second Quarto]] edition of the play. Later versions contain the simpler line, {{green|"The lady protests too much, methinks"}}. {{blue|[…]}}
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As in the play, it is commonly used to imply that someone who denies something very strongly is hiding the truth. It is is often shortened to {{maroon|"''(X)'' protest(s) too much"}}, or misquoted with {{green|''methinks''}} at the beginning, as in {{maroon|"methinks the lady doth protest too much"}}. {{blue|[this could go either way, depending on whether you intend it to (mis)quote Shakespeare or illustrate a phrasal template that happens to be derived from Shakespeare]}}
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So… Could {{u|Batternut}}, {{u|Sangdeboeuf}}, {{u|Curly Turkey}}, {{u|David Eppstein}}, {{u|EEng}}, {{u|SMcCandlish}}, and {{u|Primergrey}} please indicate whether one or the other of these examples are in line with their position. Or if not, what changes should be made relative to it to be in line with their position. Absent indications to the contrary, I'll assert the latter version (the "Just use quote marks, you dummy!" version) as reflecting a consensus of the discussion above.
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== Use of past tense ==
 
== Use of past tense ==

2017–18 New Jersey Devils season

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| Conference = [[Eastern Conference (NHL)|Eastern]]
 
| ConferenceRank = TBD
 
| ConferenceRank = TBD
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| HomeRecord = 17–12–3
 
| HomeRecord = 17–12–3
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| RoadRecord = 16–12–5
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| GoalsAgainst = 196
 
| GeneralManager = [[Ray Shero]]
 
| GeneralManager = [[Ray Shero]]
 
| Coach = [[John Hynes (ice hockey)|John Hynes]]
 
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| MinorLeague = [[Binghamton Devils]] ([[American Hockey League|AHL]])<br>[[Adirondack Thunder]] ([[ECHL]])
 
| MinorLeague = [[Binghamton Devils]] ([[American Hockey League|AHL]])<br>[[Adirondack Thunder]] ([[ECHL]])
| GoalsLeader = [[Taylor Hall]] (28)
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| GoalsLeader = [[Taylor Hall]] (29)
 
| AssistsLeader = Taylor Hall (41)
 
| AssistsLeader = Taylor Hall (41)
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| PointsLeader = Taylor Hall (70)
 
| PlusMinusLeader = [[Brian Gibbons (ice hockey, born 1988)|Brian Gibbons]] (+13)
 
| PlusMinusLeader = [[Brian Gibbons (ice hockey, born 1988)|Brian Gibbons]] (+13)
 
| PIMLeader = [[Miles Wood]] (73)
 
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| 64 || March 1 || New Jersey || 2–3 || [[2017–18 Florida Panthers season|Florida]] || || [[Cory Schneider|Schneider]] || 10,846 || 33–23–8 || 74 || [https://www.nhl.com/gamecenter/njd-vs-fla/2018/03/01/2017020985 Recap]
 
| 64 || March 1 || New Jersey || 2–3 || [[2017–18 Florida Panthers season|Florida]] || || [[Cory Schneider|Schneider]] || 10,846 || 33–23–8 || 74 || [https://www.nhl.com/gamecenter/njd-vs-fla/2018/03/01/2017020985 Recap]
 
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Battle of the Allia

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{{Campaignbox Roman–Gallic Wars}}
 
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The '''Battle of the Allia''' was fought between the [[Senones]] (one of the [[Gauls|Gallic]] tribes which had invaded northern Italy) and the Romans. It was fought at the confluence of the rivers [[Tiber]] and [[Allia]], eleven Roman miles (16&nbsp;km) north of Rome. The Romans were routed and subsequently the Senones sacked Rome. The common date given for the battle is 390 BC. This is based on the account of the battle by the Roman historian [[Livy]] and the [[Varronian chronology]], a Roman dating system. The ancient Greek historian [[Polybius]], who used a Greek dating system, derived the date 387/6 BC. Plutarch wrote that the battle took place just after the summer solstice when the moon was near the full, a little more than three hundred and sixty years from the foundation of Rome. That would be shortly after 393 BC.<ref>[http://penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/e/roman/texts/plutarch/lives/camillus*.html Plutarch, Parallel Lives, Camillus, 19.1, 22.1]</ref> [[Tacitus]] said that the battle took place the 15 before the Kalends of August, which is 18 July.<ref>[http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text?doc=Perseus%3Atext%3A1999.02.0080%3Abook%3D2%3Achapter%3D91 Tacitus, The Histories, 2.91]</ref>
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The '''Battle of the Allia''' was fought between the [[Senones]] (one of the [[Gauls|Gallic]] tribes which had invaded northern Italy) and the Romans. It was fought at the confluence of the rivers [[Tiber]] and [[Allia]], eleven Roman miles (16&nbsp;km) north of Rome. The Romans were routed and subsequently the Senones sacked Rome. The common date given for the battle is 390 BC. This is based on the account of the battle by the Roman historian [[Livy]] and the [[Varronian chronology]], a Roman dating system. The ancient Greek historian [[Polybius]], who used a Greek dating system, derived the date 387/6 BC. [[Plutarch]] wrote that the battle took place just after the summer solstice when the moon was near the full, a little more than three hundred and sixty years from the foundation of Rome. That would be shortly after 393 BC.<ref>[http://penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/e/roman/texts/plutarch/lives/camillus*.html Plutarch, Parallel Lives, Camillus, 19.1, 22.1]</ref> [[Tacitus]] said that the battle took place the 15 before the Kalends of August, which is 18 July.<ref>[http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text?doc=Perseus%3Atext%3A1999.02.0080%3Abook%3D2%3Achapter%3D91 Tacitus, The Histories, 2.91]</ref>
   
 
==Background==
 
==Background==

Windows Server 2012

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| preceded_by = [[Windows Server 2008 R2]]
 
| preceded_by = [[Windows Server 2008 R2]]
| succeeded_by = [[Windows Server 2016]]<!--Which one one must choose? (1) Facutal accuracy? or (2) an article that can be linked to, even though it is not factually accurate? Wikipedia says the first.-->
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* Start date: October 30, 2012<ref>{{cite web|title=Microsoft Product Lifecycle|url=http://support.microsoft.com/lifecycle/search/default.aspx?sort=PN&alpha=Windows+Server+2012&gadate=0&msdate=0&esdate=0&medate=0&spdate=0&Filter=FilterNO|work=Microsoft Support|publisher=Microsoft|date=January 2012|accessdate=October 10, 2012}}</ref>
 
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List of UK top 10 singles in 1958

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Talk:Rieger

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Tsuen Wan District Council election, 2007

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| seat_change2 = {{decrease}}2
 
| popular_vote2 = 4,366
 
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User:Justcoolguy

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'''Lipika Brahma''' (Bodo: '''लिपिका ब्रह्म',''' Assamese''': লিপিকা ব্ৰহ্ম''' ) - Lipika Brahma fondly called Mooni is a Bodo movie actor who was born in Dhemaji district of Assam. The actor completed her high school at Fransalian High School, Ratke and is pursuing BA in economics at Dibrugarh University. She has acted in popular Bodo movies like ''[[Rega 1986|Rega 1986 (रेगा 1986)]]''<ref>{{Cite journal|date=2017-12-09|title=Rega 1986|url=https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Rega_1986&oldid=814547184|journal=Wikipedia|language=en}}</ref>, ''[[Hainamuli 6|Hainamuli 6 (हायनामुलि 6)]]'' <ref>{{Cite journal|date=2017-12-17|title=Hainamuli 6|url=https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Hainamuli_6&oldid=815841245|journal=Wikipedia|language=en}}</ref>, ''Ang Boro (आं बर')'' and a movie in the Mishing language named ''Ngok Asine Nok Ayange'' . She is a polyglot and is known to speak English, Hindi, Assamese and Bodo.
 
'''Lipika Brahma''' (Bodo: '''लिपिका ब्रह्म',''' Assamese''': লিপিকা ব্ৰহ্ম''' ) - Lipika Brahma fondly called Mooni is a Bodo movie actor who was born in Dhemaji district of Assam. The actor completed her high school at Fransalian High School, Ratke and is pursuing BA in economics at Dibrugarh University. She has acted in popular Bodo movies like ''[[Rega 1986|Rega 1986 (रेगा 1986)]]''<ref>{{Cite journal|date=2017-12-09|title=Rega 1986|url=https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Rega_1986&oldid=814547184|journal=Wikipedia|language=en}}</ref>, ''[[Hainamuli 6|Hainamuli 6 (हायनामुलि 6)]]'' <ref>{{Cite journal|date=2017-12-17|title=Hainamuli 6|url=https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Hainamuli_6&oldid=815841245|journal=Wikipedia|language=en}}</ref>, ''Ang Boro (आं बर')'' and a movie in the Mishing language named ''Ngok Asine Nok Ayange'' . She is a polyglot and is known to speak English, Hindi, Assamese and Bodo.
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VVV

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* ''[[Venus Versus Virus]]'' (a.k.a. V.V.V.), a manga by Atsushi Suzumi
 
* ''[[Venus Versus Virus]]'' (a.k.a. V.V.V.), a manga by Atsushi Suzumi
 
* [[Vereniging voor Vreemdelingenverkeer]], the tourist board of the Netherlands
 
* [[Vereniging voor Vreemdelingenverkeer]], the tourist board of the Netherlands
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* ''[[Beau Pluto#2016 - 2017: Vision Versus Verity|Vision Versus Verity]]'', a musical trilogy by [[Beau Pluto]]
 
* [[Vista Variables in the Via Lactea]], an astronomical survey of the bulge and disk of our galaxy
 
* [[Vista Variables in the Via Lactea]], an astronomical survey of the bulge and disk of our galaxy
 
* ''[[Valvrave the Liberator]]'', a Japanese mecha anime series
 
* ''[[Valvrave the Liberator]]'', a Japanese mecha anime series

Mukul Deva

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== Early life and education ==
 
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Mukul was born in [[Lucknow]], India, on 29 Jan 2961.
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Mukul was born in [[Lucknow]], India, on 29 Jan 1961.
   
 
He graduated from [[La Martiniere College]], [[Lucknow]], (1967 to 1976) the [[National Defence Academy]], [[Pune]], (1977 to 1980) and the [[Indian Military Academy]], [[Dehra Dun]] (1981).
 
He graduated from [[La Martiniere College]], [[Lucknow]], (1967 to 1976) the [[National Defence Academy]], [[Pune]], (1977 to 1980) and the [[Indian Military Academy]], [[Dehra Dun]] (1981).
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== Career ==
 
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Buick Excelle

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| production = 2015–present
 
| assembly = China: [[Wuhan]] (SAIC-GM Wuhan Branch)
 
| assembly = China: [[Wuhan]] (SAIC-GM Wuhan Branch)
| body style = 4-door [[sedan]] <br /> 5-door [[station wagon]]
 
 
| related = [[Buick Verano]](Second generation)<br />[[Buick GL6]] <br /> [[Roewe i5]]
 
| related = [[Buick Verano]](Second generation)<br />[[Buick GL6]] <br /> [[Roewe i5]]
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| body style = 4-door [[sedan]] <br /> 5-door [[station wagon]]
 
| engine = 1.4L [[turbocharger|turbo]] [[Dual overhead cam|DOHC]] [[Multi-valve|16v]] [[Inline-4 engine|I4]]<br>1.5L [[Daewoo S-Tec engine|L2B]] [[Dual overhead cam|DOHC]] [[Multi-valve|16v]] [[Inline-4|I4]]
 
| engine = 1.4L [[turbocharger|turbo]] [[Dual overhead cam|DOHC]] [[Multi-valve|16v]] [[Inline-4 engine|I4]]<br>1.5L [[Daewoo S-Tec engine|L2B]] [[Dual overhead cam|DOHC]] [[Multi-valve|16v]] [[Inline-4|I4]]
 
| transmission = 5 speed [[Manual transmission|manual]]<br>6 speed [[Automatic transmission|automatic]]<br>7 speed [[dual-clutch transmission|DCT]]
 
| transmission = 5 speed [[Manual transmission|manual]]<br>6 speed [[Automatic transmission|automatic]]<br>7 speed [[dual-clutch transmission|DCT]]

Wikipedia:Administrator intervention against vandalism

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*{{vandal|Indian National Association for the Club of Rome}} &ndash; account is being used only for promotional purposes. [[User:Cahk|Cahk]] ([[User talk:Cahk|talk]]) 08:05, 3 March 2018 (UTC)
 
*{{vandal|Indian National Association for the Club of Rome}} &ndash; account is being used only for promotional purposes. [[User:Cahk|Cahk]] ([[User talk:Cahk|talk]]) 08:05, 3 March 2018 (UTC)
 
*{{vandal|Compoundnyc}} &ndash; account is being used only for promotional purposes. [[User:Cahk|Cahk]] ([[User talk:Cahk|talk]]) 08:14, 3 March 2018 (UTC)
 
*{{vandal|Compoundnyc}} &ndash; account is being used only for promotional purposes. [[User:Cahk|Cahk]] ([[User talk:Cahk|talk]]) 08:14, 3 March 2018 (UTC)
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*{{IPvandal|104.167.120.242}} &ndash; On [[The Shape of Water (film)]]: vandalism after final warning. 3RR violation. [[User:Areaseven|Areaseven]] ([[User talk:Areaseven|talk]]) 08:23, 3 March 2018 (UTC)

Fire from the gods

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Qdos Entertainment

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It was announced<ref>{{cite web|title=ATG dumps panto division to reunite with Qdos|url=https://www.thestage.co.uk/news/2017/atg-dumps-panto-division-reunite-qdos/|website=The Stage|accessdate=18 April 2017}}</ref> in January 2017 that Qdos Entertainment will produce pantomimes for [[Ambassador Theatre Group|ATG]] venues (previously produced by [[First Family Entertainment]]) for the 2017/18 season onwards.
 
It was announced<ref>{{cite web|title=ATG dumps panto division to reunite with Qdos|url=https://www.thestage.co.uk/news/2017/atg-dumps-panto-division-reunite-qdos/|website=The Stage|accessdate=18 April 2017}}</ref> in January 2017 that Qdos Entertainment will produce pantomimes for [[Ambassador Theatre Group|ATG]] venues (previously produced by [[First Family Entertainment]]) for the 2017/18 season onwards.
   
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The stars for the 2017/2018 season were Jimmy Osmond, Alan McHugh, Jordan Young, May McFettridge, Paul Burling, Paddy Jenkins, Claire King, Beverly Knight, Danny Mac, Suzanne Shaw, The Grumbleweeds, Ceri Dupree, Phil Randall, Billy Pearce, Coleen Nolan, Shane Nolan, Joe Pasquale, Marti Pellow, Hayley Tamaddon, Jessie Wallace, Pete Firman, Jason Sutton, Samantha Womack, Gareth Thomas, Tam Ryan, Chico, Stephanie Webber, Mike Doyle, Cannon and Ball, Lee Ryan, Zoe Birkett, Eric Potts, Liam Mellor, Patrick Monhan, Louie Spence, Michelle Collins, Jayne Wisner, Paul Butler, Allan Stewart, Andy Grady, Grant Scott, Gary Tank Commander, The Dolls, Elaine C Smith, Johnny Mac, Juliet Cadzow, Paul-James Corrigan, Honey G, Ben Watson, Tim McArthur, Rita Simons, Simon Webbe, Ashleigh and Sully, Chris Jarvis, Nigel Ellacott, Darren Day, Brendan Sheerian, Charlie Hardwick, Johnny Labey, Sid Slone, Ricky K, Duncan James, Jodie Prenger, John Evans, Ryan Thomas, Andy Jones, Pauline Daniels, Julian Clary, Elaine Paige, Ashley Banjo and Diveristy, Paul Zerdin, Nigel Havers, Gary Wilmot, Charlie Stemp, John Barrowman, The Krankies, Brain Conley, Gok Wan, Danny Adams, Clive Webb, Chris Hayward, Paul Nicholas, Jaymi Hensley, Shelia Ferguson, Kev Orikan, asherrie Hewson, Ben Richards, Ben Nickless, Andrew Ryan, Steve McFadden, Christopher Biggins, Count Arthur Strong, Issy Van Ranwyck, Ricky Jay, Craig Revel Horwood, Lee Mead, Stacey Solomon, Bobby Davro, Robin Askwith, Johnathon Wilkes, Christian Patterson, Tony Maudlsey, Kevin Johns, Matt Edwards, Dooby Duck, Adam Woodyatt, Al Murray, Cive Rowe, Shane Richie, Peter Piper, Ashleigh Gray, Gareth Gates, Lisa Riley, Doreen Tipton, Ian Adams, Graham Cole and Adam C Booth.
Paul O'Grady, Brian Conley, David Hasselhoff, Marti Pellow, Duncan James, Julian Clary, Amanda Holden, John Barrowman, Craig Revel Horwood, Shane Richie, Gok Wan, Lesley Joseph, Lisa Riley, Linda Robson, Pauline Quirke, Steve McFadden, Nigel Havers, The Chuckle Brothers, Simon Webbe, Joe Pasquale, Lee Mead, Jodie Prenger, Joe McElderry, Jaymi Hensley, Jessie Wallace and Gareth Gates
 
   
 
==Theatres and Hospitality ==
 
==Theatres and Hospitality ==

Capo Milazzo Lighthouse

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'''Capo Milazzo Lighthouse''' ({{lang-it|Faro di Capo Milazzo}}) is an active [[lighthouse]] located at the northern extremity of the peninsula of [[Capo di Milazzo]] which extends toward the [[Tyrrhenian Sea]] in the province of [[Milazzo]].
 
'''Capo Milazzo Lighthouse''' ({{lang-it|Faro di Capo Milazzo}}) is an active [[lighthouse]] located at the northern extremity of the peninsula of [[Capo di Milazzo]] which extends toward the [[Tyrrhenian Sea]] in the province of [[Milazzo]].
 
 
The first lighthouse was built in 1853, than rebuilt in 1891 and recently restored in 2013. It consists of a massive white cylindrical tower with four buttresses , {{convert|34|m|ft}} high, with balcony and lantern The lantern, painted in grey metallic, is positioned at {{convert|90|m|ft}} [[above sea level]] and emits [[Light characteristic#Class of light|one long white flash]] in a 6 seconds period, visible at {{convert|16|nmi}} of distance. The lighthouse is fully automated, powered by a [[solar power|solar unit]] and is operated by the [[Marina Militare]] and is identified by the code number 3268 E.F. <ref name=marinamilazzo/>
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==See also==
 
==See also==
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==External links==
 
==External links==
 
* [http://www.marina.difesa.it/cosa-facciamo/fari/Pagine/italia.aspx Servizio Fari Marina Militare]
 
* [http://www.marina.difesa.it/cosa-facciamo/fari/Pagine/italia.aspx Servizio Fari Marina Militare]
 
   
 
{{commons category|position=left|Capo Milazzo lighthouse}}
 
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