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The Oxford Dictionary of Quotations

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'''''The Oxford Dictionary of Quotations''''', first published by the [[Oxford University Press]] in 1941, is an 1100-page book listing short [[quotation]]s that are common in [[English language]] and culture.
 
'''''The Oxford Dictionary of Quotations''''', first published by the [[Oxford University Press]] in 1941, is an 1100-page book listing short [[quotation]]s that are common in [[English language]] and culture.
   
Quotations are also cross-referenced. For example, on looking up [[Napoleon Bonaparte|Napoleon's]] quotation about Britain being a ''[[nation of shopkeepers]]'', one also finds [[Adam Smith]], who said it first. Quotations about [[John Dalberg-Acton, 1st Baron Acton#"Lord Acton's dictum"|absolute power]] are cross-referenced to [[Lord Acton]], and from him to [[William Pitt the Elder]], who said something similar.
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The book begins with a preface explaining the term" quotation". The dictionary has been complied from extensive evidence of the quotations that are actually used in the way they have been listed.  This book is not—like many quotations dictionaries—a subjective anthology of the editor's favourite quotations, but an objective selection of the quotations which are most widely known and used. Popularity and familiarity are the main criteria for inclusion, although no reader is likely to be familiar with all the quotations in this dictionary. The quotations are drawn from novels, plays, poems, essays, speeches, films radio and television broadcasts, songs, advertisements, and even book titles. It is difficult to draw the line between quotations and similar sayings like proverbs, catch-phrases, and idioms. For example, some quotations (like "The opera ain't over till the fat lady sings") become proverbial. These are usually included if they can be traced to a particular originator. Catch-phrases are included if there is evidence that they are widely remembered or used. Quotations are also cross-referenced. For example, on looking up [[Napoleon Bonaparte|Napoleon's]] quotation about Britain being a ''[[nation of shopkeepers]]'', one also finds [[Adam Smith]], who said it first. Quotations about [[John Dalberg-Acton, 1st Baron Acton#"Lord Acton's dictum"|absolute power]] are cross-referenced to [[Lord Acton]], and from him to [[William Pitt the Elder]], who said something similar.
   
 
The dictionary has been jokingly called the ''Oxford Dikker of Quotaggers'' using the [[Oxford "-er"]].
 
The dictionary has been jokingly called the ''Oxford Dikker of Quotaggers'' using the [[Oxford "-er"]].

P. B. Abercrombie

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==Works==
 
==Works==
She began writing short stories on lunch breaks while working at the Ministry of Labour during World War Two.<ref name="Pity" /> Her first novel, ''The Rescuers'', was published in 1952. Reviewing it in the ''[[Daily Telegraph]]'', [[John Betjeman]] wrote, "It abounds with subtle observation of psychological nuances, with illuminating remarks on human behaviour," and [[Marghanita Laski]] said that "It is written with delicacy and intelligence."<ref>{{cite news|title=Display ad|url=https://www.thetimes.co.uk/archive/article/1952-06-25/8/1.html|accessdate=24 February 2018|work=The Times|date=25 June 1952}}</ref> Following the publication of her third novel, ''Victor and the Vanquished'', [[Angus Wilson]] wrote that "Miss Abercrombie is, in my opinion, the most interesting of our young novelists."
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[[File:Patricia_Abercrombie_Signature.jpg|thumb|upright|Signature of Patricia Abercrombie on title page of "Fido Couchant"]]She began writing short stories on lunch breaks while working at the Ministry of Labour during World War Two.<ref name="Pity" /> Her first novel, ''The Rescuers'', was published in 1952. Reviewing it in the ''[[Daily Telegraph]]'', [[John Betjeman]] wrote, "It abounds with subtle observation of psychological nuances, with illuminating remarks on human behaviour," and [[Marghanita Laski]] said that "It is written with delicacy and intelligence."<ref>{{cite news|title=Display ad|url=https://www.thetimes.co.uk/archive/article/1952-06-25/8/1.html|accessdate=24 February 2018|work=The Times|date=25 June 1952}}</ref> Following the publication of her third novel, ''Victor and the Vanquished'', [[Angus Wilson]] wrote that "Miss Abercrombie is, in my opinion, the most interesting of our young novelists."
   
 
Her most critically and commercially successful novel was ''A Little Difference'', a comedy involving an adulterous teacher in an eccentric all-girls school. The ''[[Tatler|Tatler's]]'' reviewer found it "As enjoyable as a glass of champagne in the middle of a sunny morning when you ought to be working." Infidelity played a role in her fifth novel, ''Fido Couchant'', about the comic but rocky progress of two marriages. Her sixth novel, ''Pity'', centered on a child kidnapping. ''[[The Times|The Times']]'' reviewer found that "Miss Abercrombie gets some good touches but her setting and style are not always convincing."<ref>{{cite news|title=New Fiction|url=https://www.thetimes.co.uk/archive/article/1965-03-11/16/3.html|accessdate=24 February 2018|work=The Times|date=11 March 1965}}</ref> Her last book, ''The Brou Ha-Ha'', was an [[epistolary novel]] and returned to a comic theme, but by the time of its publication in 1972, one writer had already asked, "Whatever happened to P. B. Abercrombie....?" She appears to have stopped writing after ''The Brou Ha-Ha''.
 
Her most critically and commercially successful novel was ''A Little Difference'', a comedy involving an adulterous teacher in an eccentric all-girls school. The ''[[Tatler|Tatler's]]'' reviewer found it "As enjoyable as a glass of champagne in the middle of a sunny morning when you ought to be working." Infidelity played a role in her fifth novel, ''Fido Couchant'', about the comic but rocky progress of two marriages. Her sixth novel, ''Pity'', centered on a child kidnapping. ''[[The Times|The Times']]'' reviewer found that "Miss Abercrombie gets some good touches but her setting and style are not always convincing."<ref>{{cite news|title=New Fiction|url=https://www.thetimes.co.uk/archive/article/1965-03-11/16/3.html|accessdate=24 February 2018|work=The Times|date=11 March 1965}}</ref> Her last book, ''The Brou Ha-Ha'', was an [[epistolary novel]] and returned to a comic theme, but by the time of its publication in 1972, one writer had already asked, "Whatever happened to P. B. Abercrombie....?" She appears to have stopped writing after ''The Brou Ha-Ha''.

2018 FFA Cup preliminary rounds

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Second Round

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| VIC || - || - || - || '''[[Westgate FC|Westgate]]''' (5) || 2–1 || [[Darebin United SC|Darebin United]] (7)

Ahmed Khan (choreographer)

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Haunted (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)

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References

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[[Category:Comics based on Buffy the Vampire Slayer]]
 
[[Category:Comics based on Buffy the Vampire Slayer]]
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[[Category:Ghosts in written fiction]]
 
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Jeep Wrangler (JK)

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Have a good night!

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==J8 (2007–)==
 
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[[File:Military Light Tactical Vehicle Type C Display at ROCMA Ground 20160604a.jpg|thumb|Taiwanese military Wrangler Unlimited]]
 
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[[File:Jeep Wrangler 2.8 CRD Sport 2010 (15584155440).jpg|thumb|The 2.8 l diesel engine in this 2010 Wrangler Sport from Chile was never available in the U.S.]]
{{Main article|Jeep J8}}
 
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A 3.8&nbsp;L ''[[Chrysler 3.3 engine#3.8|EGH]]'' [[V6 engine|V6]] with a displacement of 230.5 cubic inches (3,778&nbsp;cc)<ref name="3.8L"/> producing {{convert|202|hp|kW|abbr=on}} and {{convert|237|lb·ft|N·m}} of torque was the base engine in 2007 -2011 models. It replaced the venerable [[AMC Straight-6 engine|AMC 242 straight-6]].
On September 13, 2007, at the [[Defence Systems and Equipment International]] trade show, [[Chrysler LLC]] unveiled a Wrangler Unlimited version designed for military use dubbed the J8. The unarmored [[Jeep J8]] is equipped with larger brakes, axles and suspension components than the civilian version and has a payload capacity of 1,339&nbsp;kg (2,952&nbsp;lb). The J8 also differs from the civilian model by utilizing heavy-duty rear [[leaf springs]] for carrying heavier payloads. The Jeep J8 is powered by a [[VM Motori|VM]] 2.8-liter (169&nbsp;CID) four-cylinder [[turbo-diesel engine]] that produces 118&nbsp;kW (158&nbsp;hp) and 400&nbsp;N·m (295&nbsp;lbf·ft) of torque, providing towing capability of up to 3,500&nbsp;kg (7,700&nbsp;lb).<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.jgms.com/resource/655820905c7c49b0a0b17451f2ba5cf6.pdf|title=Specifications Sheet: Jeep J8 4x4|work=JGMS.com|accessdate=2012-01-02}}</ref> The engine is mated to a five-speed automatic transmission. The J8 also features a unique air-intake system with special filtration and a hood-mounted snorkel that enables the J8 to wade in water up to 762&nbsp;mm (30&nbsp;in) deep and tackle sandstorm conditions for up to five hours. Available as a two-door with an extended pickup bed for personnel or equipment transport, or a four-door multipurpose vehicle, it may be produced with numerous vehicle-body and seating configurations in either right-hand- or left-hand-drive.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.jeephorizons.com/news/j8_091307.html|title=New Military Version of Jeep Wrangler Unlimited|work=jeephorizons.com|accessdate=2007-09-16}}</ref> Targeted for use by the militaries in overseas markets, the J8 is not available in the United States because it will not meet U.S. emissions requirements. The J8 will be produced in Egypt.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://money.cnn.com/galleries/2007/autos/0709/gallery.jeep_wrangler_history|title=
 
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Jeep gets back in uniform: Back in the Army|work=CNN.com|last=Valdes-Dapena|first=Peter|date=September 2007|accessdate=2010-12-28}}</ref>
 
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The 2.8&nbsp;L [[VM Motori]] [[turbodiesel]] [[straight-4]] producing {{convert|177|hp|kW|abbr=on}} and {{convert|302|lb·ft|N·m}} of torque used in the [[Jeep Liberty|Liberty]] is offered as options outside of U.S., as it does not satisfy U.S. emission control standards for 2007.
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A six-speed [[manual transmission]] is standard, with a four-speed [[automatic transmission]] offered as an option. The lower two levels have the Jeep [[Command-Trac]] part-time four-wheel drive system with an optional ''Trac-Loc'' [[limited-slip differential]], while the ''Rubicon'' uses [[Rock-Trac]] a version of the NV241 with a 4:1 low range. Electronic locking front- and rear-axles called ''Tru-lok'' are also standard on Rubicon models. (A rear [[locking differential]] was optional on X and Sahara models for 2007, then only on select X models for 2008 and 2009. From 2010 onward, the only non-Rubicon Wrangler to have the ''Tru-lok'' locking differential as an option are the 2015 Wrangler X, based on the Sahara, and the 2016 75th Anniversary Edition Wranglers.)
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For 2018, Jeep is expected to continue producing the JK Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited, which are built at the [[Toledo Complex]], to be sold alongside the new model that is expected to be released in late November 2017. To distinguish between the two models, all Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited models of the current (JK) generation will receive a 'Wrangler JK' decal on each side. The 2018 models receive minimal changes, though the lower-grade (Sport, Sport S, Willy's Wheeler, Willy's Wheeler W, and Freedom Edition) now offer fewer options. Models remain '''Sport''', '''Sport S''', '''Willy's Wheeler''', '''Willy's Wheeler W''', '''Freedom Edition''', '''Sahara''', '''Rubicon''', and '''Rubicon Recon'''. Higher-grade models (Willy's Wheeler W, Freedom Edition, and Sahara) now receive the option of a tan roof, in addition to the previously available black and exterior color-keyed roofs. The Toledo North plant, which produced the [[Jeep Cherokee (KL)]] up until early 2017 after its move to the [[Belvidere Assembly Plant]], is currently being retooled for the production of the all-new Jeep Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited JL.{{Citation needed|date=November 2017}}
 
For 2018, Jeep is expected to continue producing the JK Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited, which are built at the [[Toledo Complex]], to be sold alongside the new model that is expected to be released in late November 2017. To distinguish between the two models, all Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited models of the current (JK) generation will receive a 'Wrangler JK' decal on each side. The 2018 models receive minimal changes, though the lower-grade (Sport, Sport S, Willy's Wheeler, Willy's Wheeler W, and Freedom Edition) now offer fewer options. Models remain '''Sport''', '''Sport S''', '''Willy's Wheeler''', '''Willy's Wheeler W''', '''Freedom Edition''', '''Sahara''', '''Rubicon''', and '''Rubicon Recon'''. Higher-grade models (Willy's Wheeler W, Freedom Edition, and Sahara) now receive the option of a tan roof, in addition to the previously available black and exterior color-keyed roofs. The Toledo North plant, which produced the [[Jeep Cherokee (KL)]] up until early 2017 after its move to the [[Belvidere Assembly Plant]], is currently being retooled for the production of the all-new Jeep Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited JL.{{Citation needed|date=November 2017}}
   
[[File:Jeep Wrangler 2.8 CRD Sport 2010 (15584155440).jpg|thumb|The 2.8 l diesel engine in this 2010 Wrangler Sport from Chile was never available in the U.S.]]
 
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==Powertrain==
 
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On September 13, 2007, at the [[Defence Systems and Equipment International]] trade show, [[Chrysler LLC]] unveiled a Wrangler Unlimited version designed for military use dubbed the J8. The unarmored [[Jeep J8]] is equipped with larger brakes, axles and suspension components than the civilian version and has a payload capacity of 1,339&nbsp;kg (2,952&nbsp;lb). The J8 also differs from the civilian model by utilizing heavy-duty rear [[leaf springs]] for carrying heavier payloads. The Jeep J8 is powered by a [[VM Motori|VM]] 2.8-liter (169&nbsp;CID) four-cylinder [[turbo-diesel engine]] that produces 118&nbsp;kW (158&nbsp;hp) and 400&nbsp;N·m (295&nbsp;lbf·ft) of torque, providing towing capability of up to 3,500&nbsp;kg (7,700&nbsp;lb).<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.jgms.com/resource/655820905c7c49b0a0b17451f2ba5cf6.pdf|title=Specifications Sheet: Jeep J8 4x4|work=JGMS.com|accessdate=2012-01-02}}</ref> The engine is mated to a five-speed automatic transmission. The J8 also features a unique air-intake system with special filtration and a hood-mounted snorkel that enables the J8 to wade in water up to 762&nbsp;mm (30&nbsp;in) deep and tackle sandstorm conditions for up to five hours. Available as a two-door with an extended pickup bed for personnel or equipment transport, or a four-door multipurpose vehicle, it may be produced with numerous vehicle-body and seating configurations in either right-hand- or left-hand-drive.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.jeephorizons.com/news/j8_091307.html|title=New Military Version of Jeep Wrangler Unlimited|work=jeephorizons.com|accessdate=2007-09-16}}</ref> Targeted for use by the militaries in overseas markets, the J8 is not available in the United States because it will not meet U.S. emissions requirements. The J8 will be produced in Egypt.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://money.cnn.com/galleries/2007/autos/0709/gallery.jeep_wrangler_history|title=
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Jeep gets back in uniform: Back in the Army|work=CNN.com|last=Valdes-Dapena|first=Peter|date=September 2007|accessdate=2010-12-28}}</ref>
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|rowspan=2|3.8&nbsp;L ''[[Chrysler 3.3 & 3.8 engine#3.8|EGH]]''||2007–2011||4-speed ''[[Ultradrive#42RLE|42RLE]]'' [[automatic transmission|automatic]]
 
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|2007–2011||6-speed [[Chrysler NSG370 transmission|NSG370]] [[manual transmission|manual]]
 
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|rowspan=2|3.6&nbsp;L ''[[Pentastar]]''||2012–Present||5-speed ''[[W5A580]]'' automatic
 
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|2012–Present||6-speed [[Chrysler NSG370 transmission|NSG370]] manual
 
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|rowspan=3|2.8&nbsp;L ''[[List of VM Motori engines#R 428 DOHC|RA 428]]''||2007–2010||5-speed ''[[Chrysler 45RFE transmission|545RFE]]'' automatic
 
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|2011–Present||5-speed [[W5A580]] automatic
 
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|2007–2015||6-speed [[Chrysler NSG370 transmission|NSG370]] manual
 
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A 3.8&nbsp;L ''[[Chrysler 3.3 engine#3.8|EGH]]'' [[V6 engine|V6]] with a displacement of 230.5 cubic inches (3,778&nbsp;cc)<ref name="3.8L"/> producing {{convert|202|hp|kW|abbr=on}} and {{convert|237|lb·ft|N·m}} of torque was the base engine in 2007 -2011 models. It replaced the venerable [[AMC Straight-6 engine|AMC 242 straight-6]].
 
 
The 2.8&nbsp;L [[VM Motori]] [[turbodiesel]] [[straight-4]] producing {{convert|177|hp|kW|abbr=on}} and {{convert|302|lb·ft|N·m}} of torque used in the [[Jeep Liberty|Liberty]] is offered as options outside of U.S., as it does not satisfy U.S. emission control standards for 2007.
 
 
A six-speed [[manual transmission]] is standard, with a four-speed [[automatic transmission]] offered as an option. The lower two levels have the Jeep [[Command-Trac]] part-time four-wheel drive system with an optional ''Trac-Loc'' [[limited-slip differential]], while the ''Rubicon'' uses [[Rock-Trac]] a version of the NV241 with a 4:1 low range. Electronic locking front- and rear-axles called ''Tru-lok'' are also standard on Rubicon models. (A rear [[locking differential]] was optional on X and Sahara models for 2007, then only on select X models for 2008 and 2009. From 2010 onward, the only non-Rubicon Wrangler to have the ''Tru-lok'' locking differential as an option are the 2015 Wrangler X, based on the Sahara, and the 2016 75th Anniversary Edition Wranglers.)
 
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

User:Jcharny

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User account Jcharny was created

Karla Tamburrelli

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'''Karla Tamburrelli''' is an American actress and television producer known for her work in the telvision seres ''[[The Big Easy (TV series)|The Big Easy]]''. In 1993, she was awarded the '''Joseph Jefferson Award''' for Best Lead Actress for ''"[[Lost in Yonkers (film)|Lost in Yonkers]]"'' at the Fox Theatre in [[Chicago]], [[Illinois]].
 
'''Karla Tamburrelli''' is an American actress and television producer known for her work in the telvision seres ''[[The Big Easy (TV series)|The Big Easy]]''. In 1993, she was awarded the '''Joseph Jefferson Award''' for Best Lead Actress for ''"[[Lost in Yonkers (film)|Lost in Yonkers]]"'' at the Fox Theatre in [[Chicago]], [[Illinois]].

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Jaeden Lieberher

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| occupation = Actor
 
| occupation = Actor
 
| years_active = 2013–present
 
| years_active = 2013–present
| family = [[Wes Lieberher]]<br />Angela Martell
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| family = Father: [[Wes Lieberher]]<br /> Mother: Angela Martell
 
Wife: Sia Oleff Lieberher
 
Wife: Sia Oleff Lieberher
 
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Cédric Marszewski

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After the international release of his remix of ''Why Can't There Be love?'', Pilooski's originality caught the attention of the online-downloads based audience, giving him the opportunity to encounter more publicity contracts, as well as keeping a stable position to be considered for further [[Adidas]] collaborations.
 
After the international release of his remix of ''Why Can't There Be love?'', Pilooski's originality caught the attention of the online-downloads based audience, giving him the opportunity to encounter more publicity contracts, as well as keeping a stable position to be considered for further [[Adidas]] collaborations.
   
Cédric Marszewski started music as a sound designer for the french national radio, Radio France. As a musician & producer he later joined, Guillaume Sorge & Clovis Goux in The D*I*R*T*Y collective (both were formerly working as journalists for French TV Canal+ amongst other things). Together they released music compilation (the Dirty edits serie) & The Dirty Space Disco for french label Tigersushi & released the smash hit Beggin remix that was used in many Worldwide TV ads.
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Cédric Marszewski started music as a sound designer for the french national radio, Radio France. As a musician & producer he later joined, Guillaume Sorge & Clovis Goux in The D*I*R*T*Y collective (both were formerly working as journalists for French TV Canal+ amongst other things). Together they released music compilation (the Dirty edits series) & The Dirty Space Disco for french label Tigersushi & released the smash hit Beggin remix that was used in many Worldwide TV ads.
   
 
As a producer, Cédric produced Tristesse Contemporaine, Hypnolove, Perez, Discodeine (one of his side-project), he worked with Jarvis Cocker (Pulp), Baxter Dury, Matias Aguayo and Kevin Parker (Tame Impala).
 
As a producer, Cédric produced Tristesse Contemporaine, Hypnolove, Perez, Discodeine (one of his side-project), he worked with Jarvis Cocker (Pulp), Baxter Dury, Matias Aguayo and Kevin Parker (Tame Impala).
   
Cédric has been working for fashion as music supervisor for brands such as Hermès (since 2010), Christophe Lemaire, Lanvin (alongside Guillaume Sorge), Bonpoint. He works as a music supervisor or composer for Hermès perfume campaign, on various projects featuring Jarvis Cocker, Narumi (Tristesse Contemporaine), Mark Kerr, Baxter Dury, french writer Simon Liberati, as well as composing the score for upcoming French-Libanese director Joyce A. Nawashati's first Full lenght movie "Blind Sun".
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Cédric has been working for fashion as music supervisor for brands such as Hermès (since 2010), Christophe Lemaire, Lanvin (alongside Guillaume Sorge), Bonpoint. He works as a music supervisor or composer for Hermès perfume campaign, on various projects featuring Jarvis Cocker, Narumi (Tristesse Contemporaine), Mark Kerr, Baxter Dury, french writer Simon Liberati, as well as composing the score for upcoming French-Lebanese director Joyce A. Nawashati's first full length movie "Blind Sun".
   
 
==Discography==
 
==Discography==

Samuel V. Champion High School

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==External links==
 
==External links==
* [http://www.boerne-isd.net/page.cfm?p=10617 Samuel V. Champion High School]
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** [http://www.boerne-isd.net/uploaded/News/News_Release_Photos/chs_parking_map_120116.jpg School parking map]
 
** [http://www.boerne-isd.net/uploaded/News/News_Release_Photos/chs_parking_map_120116.jpg School parking map]
   

New York Rangers

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===Jeff Gorton era (2015–present)===
 
===Jeff Gorton era (2015–present)===
On June 27, 2015 the Rangers traded [[Carl Hagelin]] and a pair of draft picks to the Anaheim Ducks for [[Emerson Etem]] and a draft pick, [[Cam Talbot]] and a draft pick to the Edmonton Oilers for three draft picks, and prospect [[Ryan Haggerty]] to the Chicago Blackhawks for [[Antti Raanta]], who was to become the backup goaltender to Lundqvist.<ref>{{cite web|last1=Brooks|first1=Larry|title=Rangers trade Cam Talbot and Carl Hagelin|url=https://nypost.com/2015/06/27/rangers-trade-cam-talbot-and-carl-hagelin/|website=New York Post|accessdate=February 9, 2017|date=June 27, 2015}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title=Trades completed during 2015 NHL Draft weekend|url=https://www.nhl.com/news/trades-completed-during-2015-nhl-draft-weekend/c-772519|website=NHL.com|accessdate=February 9, 2017|date=June 27, 2015}}</ref> Subsequently, on July 1, 2015, [[Glen Sather]] resigned as the general manager, with [[Jeff Gorton]] taking his place to become the 11th general manager in team history.<ref>{{cite web|title=Jeff Gorton Named 11th General Manager in Franchise History|url=https://www.nhl.com/rangers/news/jeff-gorton-named-11th-general-manager-in-franchise-history/c-881423|website=NHL.com|accessdate=July 3, 2017|date=July 1, 2015}}</ref> The team then signed [[Emerson Etem]], and re-signed with [[Dylan McIlrath]], [[J. T. Miller]], and Derek Stepan.<ref>{{cite web|last1=Leonard|first1=Pat|title=With Derek Stepan awaiting new deal, Rangers re-sign Jesper Fast, J.T. Miller|url=http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/hockey/rangers/stepan-awaiting-new-deal-rangers-re-sign-fast-miller-article-1.2293525|website=NY Daily News|accessdate=February 9, 2017|date=July 16, 2015}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|last1=Leonard|first1=Pat|title=Derek Stepan re-signs with Rangers on $39&nbsp;million deal|url=http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/hockey/rangers/derek-stepan-re-signs-rangers-39-million-deal-article-1.2305283|website=NY Daily News|accessdate=February 9, 2017|date=July 16, 2015}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|last1=Gretz|first1=Adam|title=Rangers sign Derek Stepan to 6-year, $39&nbsp;million contract|url=http://www.cbssports.com/nhl/news/rangers-sign-derek-stepan-to-6-year-39-million-contract/|website=CBSSports.com|accessdate=February 9, 2017|date=July 27, 2015}}</ref> On July 2, 2015, Martin St. Louis announced his retirement.<ref>{{cite web|last1=Whyno|first1=Stephen|title=Martin St. Louis retires from NHL|url=http://www.cbc.ca/sports/hockey/nhl/martin-st-louis-retires-from-nhl-1.3135901|website=CBC Sports|agency=The Canadian Press|accessdate=February 9, 2017|date=July 2, 2015}}</ref> The Rangers started off the season well. After 18 games, they had a 14–2–2 record and a nine-game winning streak, which was eventually halted by Tampa Bay. However, the organization soon went downhill in the winter, losing three-straight games against the Montreal Canadiens, Boston Bruins and Philadelphia Flyers. They eventually posted a 4–7–2 record in December for only ten points. In January, the Rangers started playing more efficiently, posting a fair 6–4–1 record and improved in February by going on a 10–3–1 run without any back-to-back losses. On February 28, 2016, the Rangers acquired Carolina Hurricanes' captain [[Eric Staal]] for prospect [[Aleksi Saarela]], a 2016 second-round draft pick, and a 2017 second-round draft pick.<ref>{{cite web|title=Rangers acquire Staal from Hurricanes|url=https://www.tsn.ca/rangers-acquire-staal-from-hurricanes-1.445030|website=TSN.ca|accessdate=February 9, 2017|date=February 28, 2016}}</ref> who later left the team after the season.<ref>{{cite web|title=Wild Agrees To Terms With Eric Staal on a Three-Year Deal|url=https://www.nhl.com/wild/news/wild-agrees-to-terms-with-eric-staal-on-a-three-year-deal/c-888130|website=NHL.com|accessdate=February 9, 2017|date=July 1, 2016}}</ref> The Rangers finished the season with 101 points for back-to-back 100+ point seasons. Despite high hopes, the Rangers were eliminated by the Pittsburgh Penguins in the first round of the [[2016 Stanley Cup playoffs|2016 playoffs]] in five games. During the off-season, the Rangers released [[Dominic Moore]]<ref>{{cite web|title=Bruins Sign Dominic Moore, Chris Casto, Brian Ferlin And Alex Grant To One-Year Contracts|url=https://www.nhl.com/bruins/news/bruins-sign-dominic-moore-chris-casto-brian-ferlin-and-alex-grant-to-one-year-contracts/c-891863|website=NHL.com|accessdate=February 9, 2017|date=August 30, 2016}}</ref> among several other players, while re-signing Raanta<ref>{{cite web|title=Rangers Agree to Terms With Antti Raanta|url=https://www.nhl.com/rangers/news/rangers-agree-to-terms-with-antti-raanta/c-881095|website=NHL.com|accessdate=February 9, 2017|date=May 2, 2016}}</ref> and signing [[Pavel Buchnevich]] on an entry-level contract.<ref>{{cite web|title=Rangers Agree to Terms With Forward Pavel Buchnevich|url=https://www.nhl.com/rangers/news/rangers-agree-to-terms-with-forward-pavel-buchnevich/c-882664|website=NHL.com|accessdate=February 9, 2017|date=May 13, 2016}}</ref> The team also added [[Michael Grabner]],<ref>{{cite web|last1=Leonard|first1=Pat|title=Rangers hit the discount rack and sign free agents Michael Grabner and Nathan Gerbe|url=http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/hockey/rangers/rangers-hit-discount-rack-sign-michael-grabner-nathan-gerbe-article-1.2696268|website=NY Daily News|accessdate=February 9, 2017|date=July 1, 2016}}</ref> [[Brandon Pirri]], [[Josh Jooris]], traded their leading scorer Derick Brassard in exchange for [[Mika Zibanejad]],<ref>{{cite web|title=Rangers Acquire Forward Mika Zibanejad|url=https://www.nhl.com/rangers/news/rangers-acquire-forward-mika-zibanejad/c-889693|website=NHL.com|accessdate=February 9, 2017|date=July 18, 2016}}</ref> and signed the much-anticipated [[Jimmy Vesey]].<ref>{{cite web|last1=Kreda|first1=Allan|title=Rangers Sign Jimmy Vesey, Coveted by Much of the N.H.L.|url=https://www.nytimes.com/2016/08/20/sports/hockey/ny-rangers-sign-jimmy-vesey.html|website=The New York Times|accessdate=February 9, 2017|date=August 19, 2016}}</ref>
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On June 27, 2015 the Rangers traded [[Carl Hagelin]] and a pair of draft picks to the Anaheim Ducks for [[Emerson Etem]] and a draft pick, [[Cam Talbot]] and a draft pick to the Edmonton Oilers for three draft picks, and prospect [[Ryan Haggerty]] to the Chicago Blackhawks for [[Antti Raanta]], who was to become the backup goaltender to Lundqvist.<ref>{{cite web|last1=Brooks|first1=Larry|title=Rangers trade Cam Talbot and Carl Hagelin|url=https://nypost.com/2015/06/27/rangers-trade-cam-talbot-and-carl-hagelin/|website=New York Post|accessdate=February 9, 2017|date=June 27, 2015}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title=Trades completed during 2015 NHL Draft weekend|url=https://www.nhl.com/news/trades-completed-during-2015-nhl-draft-weekend/c-772519|website=NHL.com|accessdate=February 9, 2017|date=June 27, 2015}}</ref> Subsequently, on July 1, 2015, [[Glen Sather]] resigned as the general manager, with [[Jeff Gorton]] taking his place to become the 11th general manager in team history.<ref>{{cite web|title=Jeff Gorton Named 11th General Manager in Franchise History|url=https://www.nhl.com/rangers/news/jeff-gorton-named-11th-general-manager-in-franchise-history/c-881423|website=NHL.com|accessdate=July 3, 2017|date=July 1, 2015}}</ref> The team then signed [[Emerson Etem]], and re-signed with [[Dylan McIlrath]], [[J. T. Miller]], and Derek Stepan.<ref>{{cite web|last1=Leonard|first1=Pat|title=With Derek Stepan awaiting new deal, Rangers re-sign Jesper Fast, J.T. Miller|url=http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/hockey/rangers/stepan-awaiting-new-deal-rangers-re-sign-fast-miller-article-1.2293525|website=NY Daily News|accessdate=February 9, 2017|date=July 16, 2015}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|last1=Leonard|first1=Pat|title=Derek Stepan re-signs with Rangers on $39&nbsp;million deal|url=http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/hockey/rangers/derek-stepan-re-signs-rangers-39-million-deal-article-1.2305283|website=NY Daily News|accessdate=February 9, 2017|date=July 16, 2015}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|last1=Gretz|first1=Adam|title=Rangers sign Derek Stepan to 6-year, $39&nbsp;million contract|url=http://www.cbssports.com/nhl/news/rangers-sign-derek-stepan-to-6-year-39-million-contract/|website=CBSSports.com|accessdate=February 9, 2017|date=July 27, 2015}}</ref> On July 2, 2015, Martin St. Louis announced his retirement.<ref>{{cite web|last1=Whyno|first1=Stephen|title=Martin St. Louis retires from NHL|url=http://www.cbc.ca/sports/hockey/nhl/martin-st-louis-retires-from-nhl-1.3135901|website=CBC Sports|agency=The Canadian Press|accessdate=February 9, 2017|date=July 2, 2015}}</ref> The Rangers started off the season well. After 18 games, they had a 14–2–2 record and a nine-game winning streak, which was eventually halted by Tampa Bay. However, the organization soon went downhill in the winter, losing three-straight games against the Montreal Canadiens, Boston Bruins and Philadelphia Flyers. They eventually posted a 4–7–2 record in December for only ten points. In January, the Rangers started playing more efficiently, posting a fair 6–4–1 record and improved in February by going on a 10–3–1 run without any back-to-back losses. On February 28, 2016, the Rangers traded prospect [[Aleksi Saarela]], a 2016 second-round draft pick, and a 2017 second-round draft pick for Carolina Hurricanes' captain [[Eric Staal]], <ref>{{cite web|title=Rangers acquire Staal from Hurricanes|url=https://www.tsn.ca/rangers-acquire-staal-from-hurricanes-1.445030|website=TSN.ca|accessdate=February 9, 2017|date=February 28, 2016}}</ref> who later left the team after the season.<ref>{{cite web|title=Wild Agrees To Terms With Eric Staal on a Three-Year Deal|url=https://www.nhl.com/wild/news/wild-agrees-to-terms-with-eric-staal-on-a-three-year-deal/c-888130|website=NHL.com|accessdate=February 9, 2017|date=July 1, 2016}}</ref> The Rangers finished the season with 101 points for back-to-back 100+ point seasons. Despite high hopes, the Rangers were eliminated by the Pittsburgh Penguins in the first round of the [[2016 Stanley Cup playoffs|2016 playoffs]] in five games. During the off-season, the Rangers released [[Dominic Moore]]<ref>{{cite web|title=Bruins Sign Dominic Moore, Chris Casto, Brian Ferlin And Alex Grant To One-Year Contracts|url=https://www.nhl.com/bruins/news/bruins-sign-dominic-moore-chris-casto-brian-ferlin-and-alex-grant-to-one-year-contracts/c-891863|website=NHL.com|accessdate=February 9, 2017|date=August 30, 2016}}</ref> among several other players, while re-signing Raanta<ref>{{cite web|title=Rangers Agree to Terms With Antti Raanta|url=https://www.nhl.com/rangers/news/rangers-agree-to-terms-with-antti-raanta/c-881095|website=NHL.com|accessdate=February 9, 2017|date=May 2, 2016}}</ref> and signing [[Pavel Buchnevich]] on an entry-level contract.<ref>{{cite web|title=Rangers Agree to Terms With Forward Pavel Buchnevich|url=https://www.nhl.com/rangers/news/rangers-agree-to-terms-with-forward-pavel-buchnevich/c-882664|website=NHL.com|accessdate=February 9, 2017|date=May 13, 2016}}</ref> The team also added [[Michael Grabner]],<ref>{{cite web|last1=Leonard|first1=Pat|title=Rangers hit the discount rack and sign free agents Michael Grabner and Nathan Gerbe|url=http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/hockey/rangers/rangers-hit-discount-rack-sign-michael-grabner-nathan-gerbe-article-1.2696268|website=NY Daily News|accessdate=February 9, 2017|date=July 1, 2016}}</ref> [[Brandon Pirri]], [[Josh Jooris]], traded their leading scorer Derick Brassard in exchange for [[Mika Zibanejad]],<ref>{{cite web|title=Rangers Acquire Forward Mika Zibanejad|url=https://www.nhl.com/rangers/news/rangers-acquire-forward-mika-zibanejad/c-889693|website=NHL.com|accessdate=February 9, 2017|date=July 18, 2016}}</ref> and signed the much-anticipated [[Jimmy Vesey]].<ref>{{cite web|last1=Kreda|first1=Allan|title=Rangers Sign Jimmy Vesey, Coveted by Much of the N.H.L.|url=https://www.nytimes.com/2016/08/20/sports/hockey/ny-rangers-sign-jimmy-vesey.html|website=The New York Times|accessdate=February 9, 2017|date=August 19, 2016}}</ref>
   
 
The Rangers finished the 2016–17 season in fourth place in the Metropolitan Division with 102 points. In the first round of the [[2017 Stanley Cup playoffs|playoffs]], they won their series with the Montreal Canadiens in six games. In the second game of their second round series with the Ottawa Senators, the Rangers held a two-goal lead on three different occasions, but lost in the second overtime, putting themselves in a 2–0 series deficit. The team responded with consecutive 4–1 home wins in Games 3 and 4 to tie the series at two games apiece. However, in the next two games of the series, the Rangers faltered and were eliminated by the Senators in six games. On June 14, 2017, the Rangers announced a buyout of the remaining three years on Dan Girardi's contract.<ref>https://www.nytimes.com/2017/06/14/sports/hockey/rangers-dan-girardi.html</ref> Just over a week later, the Rangers traded Derek Stepan and Antti Raanta to the [[Arizona Coyotes]] in exchange for a first-round draft pick and former first-round pick, [[Anthony DeAngelo]].<ref>https://www.nytimes.com/2017/06/23/sports/hockey/rangers-trade-derek-stepan-to-coyotes-ahead-of-nhl-draft.html</ref> The Rangers management were also successful in signing top free agent defenseman [[Kevin Shattenkirk]] on July 1, 2017, to a four-year deal.<ref>http://nhl.nbcsports.com/2017/06/30/devils-could-be-favorites-to-land-shattenkirk/</ref><ref>http://www.espn.com/nhl/story/_/id/19783806/new-york-rangers-sign-defenseman-kevin-shattenkirk</ref>
 
The Rangers finished the 2016–17 season in fourth place in the Metropolitan Division with 102 points. In the first round of the [[2017 Stanley Cup playoffs|playoffs]], they won their series with the Montreal Canadiens in six games. In the second game of their second round series with the Ottawa Senators, the Rangers held a two-goal lead on three different occasions, but lost in the second overtime, putting themselves in a 2–0 series deficit. The team responded with consecutive 4–1 home wins in Games 3 and 4 to tie the series at two games apiece. However, in the next two games of the series, the Rangers faltered and were eliminated by the Senators in six games. On June 14, 2017, the Rangers announced a buyout of the remaining three years on Dan Girardi's contract.<ref>https://www.nytimes.com/2017/06/14/sports/hockey/rangers-dan-girardi.html</ref> Just over a week later, the Rangers traded Derek Stepan and Antti Raanta to the [[Arizona Coyotes]] in exchange for a first-round draft pick and former first-round pick, [[Anthony DeAngelo]].<ref>https://www.nytimes.com/2017/06/23/sports/hockey/rangers-trade-derek-stepan-to-coyotes-ahead-of-nhl-draft.html</ref> The Rangers management were also successful in signing top free agent defenseman [[Kevin Shattenkirk]] on July 1, 2017, to a four-year deal.<ref>http://nhl.nbcsports.com/2017/06/30/devils-could-be-favorites-to-land-shattenkirk/</ref><ref>http://www.espn.com/nhl/story/_/id/19783806/new-york-rangers-sign-defenseman-kevin-shattenkirk</ref>

User talk:Andrew Davidson

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List of Indian castes: Clarifying.

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:* See [[Wikipedia:Miscellany for deletion/User:Colonel Warden/Event admission]] where a similar page was easily kept. There are many demands on my time and, per [[WP:CHOICE]] and [[WP:DEADLINE]], I am free to work on this at my own pace and priority. But, as it happens, I have some material fresh to hand and so this is a good opportunity to make an update. [[user:Andrew Davidson|Andrew D.]] ([[user talk:Andrew Davidson|talk]]) 07:04, 4 March 2018 (UTC)
 
:* See [[Wikipedia:Miscellany for deletion/User:Colonel Warden/Event admission]] where a similar page was easily kept. There are many demands on my time and, per [[WP:CHOICE]] and [[WP:DEADLINE]], I am free to work on this at my own pace and priority. But, as it happens, I have some material fresh to hand and so this is a good opportunity to make an update. [[user:Andrew Davidson|Andrew D.]] ([[user talk:Andrew Davidson|talk]]) 07:04, 4 March 2018 (UTC)
:::Well, in that MFD no one seems to have noticed that there was prior consensus to delete the page, and that you then requested the page be userfied specifically so you could do a particular task with it.[https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User_talk:J04n&oldid=545473601#Wikipedia:Articles_for_deletion/Admission_to_an_event_or_establishment] Both the nominator and [[User:Kudpung]] seemed to explicitly describe it as an article draft you created in your user space and never got around to finishing.
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:::Well, in that MFD no one seems to have noticed that there was prior consensus to delete the page, and that you then requested the page be userfied specifically so you could do a particular task with it.[https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User_talk:J04n&oldid=545473601#Wikipedia:Articles_for_deletion/Admission_to_an_event_or_establishment] The wording used by both the nominator and [[User:Kudpung]] seemed very strongly to imply that they believed it to be an article draft you created in your user space and never got around to finishing.
 
:::Anyway, you should get consensus before restoring a page that was deleted by community consensus (the consensus to delete had nothing apparently to do with article cleanup or anything that AGF would say you must be able to address alone); if you do in fact intend to "finish" the draft, that is definitely something to bear in mind.
 
:::Anyway, you should get consensus before restoring a page that was deleted by community consensus (the consensus to delete had nothing apparently to do with article cleanup or anything that AGF would say you must be able to address alone); if you do in fact intend to "finish" the draft, that is definitely something to bear in mind.
 
:::[[User:Hijiri88|Hijiri 88]] (<small>[[User talk:Hijiri88|聖]][[Special:Contributions/Hijiri88|やや]]</small>) 08:08, 4 March 2018 (UTC)
 
:::[[User:Hijiri88|Hijiri 88]] (<small>[[User talk:Hijiri88|聖]][[Special:Contributions/Hijiri88|やや]]</small>) 08:08, 4 March 2018 (UTC)

Talk:USS Oklahoma (BB-37)/GA1

Posted: 04 Mar 2018 12:09 AM PST

GA Review: more comments

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* Shouldn't West coast be West Coast?
 
* Shouldn't West coast be West Coast?
 
* 2nd para. The word "ship" is used several times in successive sentences, perhaps vary these.
 
* 2nd para. The word "ship" is used several times in successive sentences, perhaps vary these.
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* The ship's nickname and motto aren't mentioned in the text so needs to be cited here. The battle star is cited but I wonder if it is worth a mention in the appropriate section as it is not discussed at all in the article body.
   
 
'''Design'''
 
'''Design'''
 
* The range information in the text is inconsistent with the infobox. I see that different speeds are used (10 kn vs 12 kn), this might explain the inconsistency.
 
* The range information in the text is inconsistent with the infobox. I see that different speeds are used (10 kn vs 12 kn), this might explain the inconsistency.
 
* From the text, I make the deck armour 4.5 inches as opposed to the 5 inches recited in the infobox.
 
* From the text, I make the deck armour 4.5 inches as opposed to the 5 inches recited in the infobox.
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'''World War I'''
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* A little uncertain on the MOS here, but shouldn't east coast be title case? If so, then this will apply to the next section as well.
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'''Interwar period'''
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* It seems as though you don't link countries, so you might want to amend the pipe link for Portland, England.
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* Link New York City, San Francisco, Norfolk, Hawaii
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'''Attack on Pearl Harbor
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* "approximately 0756": again, an MOS issue that I may be wrong on but isn't it 07:56? And 08:00 later in this section?
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'''References'''
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* There is a little inconsistency in the presentation of print refs: some include the year and some don't.
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* Shouldn't La Forte be La Forte & Marcello?
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* Note 56, missing the word "retrieved"
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'''Bibliography'''
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* It looks like only one of the online sources is used. And one of the remaining ones is also in the external links section
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* None of the other sources appear to be used. May be convert to a further reading section?
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'''Other stuff'''
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* Tags on the images look appropriate
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* No dupe links
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That's my initial review done but I have a couple of checks to still make as the dab and external link tools aren't working for at the moment. Regardless, I will check back in a few day. Cheers, [[User:Zawed|Zawed]] ([[User talk:Zawed|talk]]) 08:09, 4 March 2018 (UTC)

Ceratophora erdeleni

Posted: 04 Mar 2018 12:09 AM PST

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User:JackofOz/Research: A-C

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Chip-Clarke (50)

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: (4) [[Deepak Chopra]]
 
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: (2) [[Fletcher Christian]] {{small|{{fontcolour|white|blue|(''Sebastian Faulks'')}}}}
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: (8) Dame [[Agatha Christie]] {{small|{{fontcolour|white|blue|(''Robert Menzies, Charles Osborne, Roanoke Colony'')}}}}
 
: (8) Dame [[Agatha Christie]] {{small|{{fontcolour|white|blue|(''Robert Menzies, Charles Osborne, Roanoke Colony'')}}}}
 
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Joachim (given name)

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* [[Prince Joachim of Prussia]] (1890–1920), German royal
 
* [[Prince Joachim of Prussia]] (1890–1920), German royal
 
* [[Joachim Stutschewsky]] (1891–1982), Ukraine-born Austrian and Israeli cellist
 
* [[Joachim Stutschewsky]] (1891–1982), Ukraine-born Austrian and Israeli cellist
* [[Joachim von Ribbentrop]] (1893–1946), German foreign minister
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* [[Joachim von Ribbentrop]] (1893–1946), German Nazi foreign minister executed for war crimes
 
* [[Joachim Mrugowsky]] (1905–1948), German Nazi doctor executed for war crimes
 
* [[Joachim Mrugowsky]] (1905–1948), German Nazi doctor executed for war crimes
 
* [[Joachim Gruppelaar]] (1911–1971), Dutch Olympic equestrian
 
* [[Joachim Gruppelaar]] (1911–1971), Dutch Olympic equestrian

Wikipedia:Administrators' noticeboard/Incidents

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Request topic ban for personal attacks

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* {{User|Insertcleverphrasehere}} [https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Talk:Elon_Musk%27s_Tesla_Roadster&diff=828705768&oldid=828705347 has decided] that posting someone else's personal attacks on a talk page is also a productive use of talk pages. I'm requesting an admin intervene and make it possible to discuss article content without derailing every discussion. A topic ban is a minimal step to restore some order. --[[User:Dennis Bratland|Dennis Bratland]] ([[User talk:Dennis Bratland|talk]]) 07:20, 4 March 2018 (UTC)
 
* {{User|Insertcleverphrasehere}} [https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Talk:Elon_Musk%27s_Tesla_Roadster&diff=828705768&oldid=828705347 has decided] that posting someone else's personal attacks on a talk page is also a productive use of talk pages. I'm requesting an admin intervene and make it possible to discuss article content without derailing every discussion. A topic ban is a minimal step to restore some order. --[[User:Dennis Bratland|Dennis Bratland]] ([[User talk:Dennis Bratland|talk]]) 07:20, 4 March 2018 (UTC)
 
:::{{ec}}A topic ban is a minimal step? Interesting opinion. As I clearly stated the second time I reverted your removal of his comment, if you want the sentence that (arguably) constitutes a personal attack gone, then remove it, but don't remove the rest of the comment where {{user|Nagualdesign}} is trying to discuss things (you will note that I didn't restore that particular sentence the second time). My view of the situation is that Dennis has a particular view of what the article focus should be, and has relentlessly pursued it, dispute pretty much nobody sharing his view. Nagual has gotten altogether too worked up having to deal with this continuous strife that Dennis has brought to the article. Both of them would be wise to take a step back and cool off, and starting a section here with more accusations is not going to solve anything. [[WP:BOOMERANG]] does apply. — '''''<small>[[User:Insertcleverphrasehere|Insertcleverphrasehere]] <sup>([[User talk:Insertcleverphrasehere|or here]])</sup></small>''''' 07:39, 4 March 2018 (UTC)
 
:::{{ec}}A topic ban is a minimal step? Interesting opinion. As I clearly stated the second time I reverted your removal of his comment, if you want the sentence that (arguably) constitutes a personal attack gone, then remove it, but don't remove the rest of the comment where {{user|Nagualdesign}} is trying to discuss things (you will note that I didn't restore that particular sentence the second time). My view of the situation is that Dennis has a particular view of what the article focus should be, and has relentlessly pursued it, dispute pretty much nobody sharing his view. Nagual has gotten altogether too worked up having to deal with this continuous strife that Dennis has brought to the article. Both of them would be wise to take a step back and cool off, and starting a section here with more accusations is not going to solve anything. [[WP:BOOMERANG]] does apply. — '''''<small>[[User:Insertcleverphrasehere|Insertcleverphrasehere]] <sup>([[User talk:Insertcleverphrasehere|or here]])</sup></small>''''' 07:39, 4 March 2018 (UTC)
::::{{ec}} {{xt|Nagual has gotten altogether too worked up having to deal with this continuous strife that Dennis has brought to the article.}} I can see why you might think that, but I was actually just trying to help with [https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Talk:Elon_Musk%27s_Tesla_Roadster&diff=prev&oldid=828701127#Comparison_of_sources this edit]. As you can see, I simply made the page and in particular the table much more readable. Hardly a contentious edit, I would have thought. Then Dennis reverted that so I tried collapsing it instead, so as not to take up ''25% of the talk page'' but retain Dennis's preferred layout. He then left a <s>shitty message</s> gentle warning on my talk about refactoring, hence me using the phrase, "You've become a pain in the ass, and I think you're doing it deliberately now." Not the most civil wording, I admit, but I stand by those words. He seems Hell bent on rubbing other editors up the wrong way.
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::::{{ec}} {{xt|Nagual has gotten altogether too worked up having to deal with this continuous strife that Dennis has brought to the article.}} I can see why you might think that, but I was actually just trying to help with [https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Talk:Elon_Musk%27s_Tesla_Roadster&diff=prev&oldid=828701127#Comparison_of_sources this edit]. As you can see, I simply made the page and in particular the table much more readable. Hardly a contentious edit, I would have thought. Then Dennis reverted that so I tried collapsing it instead, so as not to take up ''25% of the talk page'' but retain Dennis's preferred layout. He then left a <s>shitty message</s> gentle warning on my talk page about refactoring, hence me using the phrase, "You've become a pain in the ass, and I think you're doing it deliberately now." Not the most civil wording, I admit, but I stand by those words. He seems Hell bent on rubbing other editors up the wrong way.
 
::::After having a go at me for making his table more legible he then decided to delete my comment entirely, several times. Other editors have repeatedly reverted his removal of my singular post, and his table has also since been refactored. He makes a rod for his own back then gets all uppity about it. I'm at a loss to explain his behaviour, but I can honestly say that I am quite calm. Really. <b style="font:1.3em/1em Trebuchet MS;letter-spacing:-0.07em">[[User:nagualdesign|<b style="color:#000">nagual</b>]][[User talk:nagualdesign|<b style="color:#ABAB9D">design</b>]]</b> 08:04, 4 March 2018 (UTC)
 
::::After having a go at me for making his table more legible he then decided to delete my comment entirely, several times. Other editors have repeatedly reverted his removal of my singular post, and his table has also since been refactored. He makes a rod for his own back then gets all uppity about it. I'm at a loss to explain his behaviour, but I can honestly say that I am quite calm. Really. <b style="font:1.3em/1em Trebuchet MS;letter-spacing:-0.07em">[[User:nagualdesign|<b style="color:#000">nagual</b>]][[User talk:nagualdesign|<b style="color:#ABAB9D">design</b>]]</b> 08:04, 4 March 2018 (UTC)
 
::::Maybe you're not aware that Nagualdesign ''reported himself'' to the Admin Noticeboard, earning recognition for [[WP:SPIDEY]]. He apparently thought it was a clever Jedi mind trick? You'd have to ask him. There is history here: Nagualdesign has shown much more interest in stirring up conflict with other editors than focusing on what is in the sorurces. The reason I went to the extreme of laying out so many citations and quotes all together in a table was because it has been so difficult to get anyone to look at the sources, rather than fling mud at each other. A topic ban would be getting off easy. --[[User:Dennis Bratland|Dennis Bratland]] ([[User talk:Dennis Bratland|talk]]) 07:56, 4 March 2018 (UTC)
 
::::Maybe you're not aware that Nagualdesign ''reported himself'' to the Admin Noticeboard, earning recognition for [[WP:SPIDEY]]. He apparently thought it was a clever Jedi mind trick? You'd have to ask him. There is history here: Nagualdesign has shown much more interest in stirring up conflict with other editors than focusing on what is in the sorurces. The reason I went to the extreme of laying out so many citations and quotes all together in a table was because it has been so difficult to get anyone to look at the sources, rather than fling mud at each other. A topic ban would be getting off easy. --[[User:Dennis Bratland|Dennis Bratland]] ([[User talk:Dennis Bratland|talk]]) 07:56, 4 March 2018 (UTC)

Monmouth School

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'''Monmouth School''' is an [[Independent school (United Kingdom)|independent]] boys' boarding and day school in [[Monmouth]], [[Wales]]. The school was founded in 1614 with a bequest from [[William Jones (haberdasher)|William Jones]], a successful merchant and trader. The School is run as a trust, the William Jones's Schools Foundation, by the [[Worshipful Company of Haberdashers]], one of the [[Livery Companies]], and has close links to its sister school, [[Haberdashers' Monmouth School for Girls]].
 
'''Monmouth School''' is an [[Independent school (United Kingdom)|independent]] boys' boarding and day school in [[Monmouth]], [[Wales]]. The school was founded in 1614 with a bequest from [[William Jones (haberdasher)|William Jones]], a successful merchant and trader. The School is run as a trust, the William Jones's Schools Foundation, by the [[Worshipful Company of Haberdashers]], one of the [[Livery Companies]], and has close links to its sister school, [[Haberdashers' Monmouth School for Girls]].
   
The school is situated on the eastern edge of the border town of Monmouth, adjacent to the [[River Wye]]. Nothing of the original school buildings from the 17th century remain as the school was completely reconstructed in the mid to late 19th century. Later developments have included the Science Block (1981-1984) and the William Jones Building of the early 21st century. In 2014, the quatercentenary of the school's foundation was celebrated with a service at [[St Paul's Cathedral]].
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The school is situated on the eastern edge of the border town of Monmouth, adjacent to the [[River Wye]]. Nothing of the original school buildings from the 17th century remains as the school was completely rebuilt in the mid to late 19th century. Later developments have included the Science Block (1981-1984) and the William Jones Building of the early 21st century. In 2014, the quatercentenary of the school's foundation was celebrated with a service at [[St Paul's Cathedral]].
   
 
Established originally as a [[Grammar school]], the school attained [[Direct grant grammar school|Direct Grant status]] in 1946 and became fully independent in 1976. A member of the [[Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference]], the school has a roll of approximately 650 pupils. The fees for 2017/2018 are £15,354 for day boys, and £28,827 for boarders. The William Jones Foundation's accounts for 2016 showed an income of £22.2M against an expenditure of £23.4M.
 
Established originally as a [[Grammar school]], the school attained [[Direct grant grammar school|Direct Grant status]] in 1946 and became fully independent in 1976. A member of the [[Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference]], the school has a roll of approximately 650 pupils. The fees for 2017/2018 are £15,354 for day boys, and £28,827 for boarders. The William Jones Foundation's accounts for 2016 showed an income of £22.2M against an expenditure of £23.4M.

Aileen Riggin

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'''Aileen Muriel Riggin''' (May 2, 1906 – October 19, 2002),<ref name=r1>{{cite web|url=https://www.britannica.com/biography/Aileen-Riggin|title=Aileen Riggin AMERICAN ATHLETE|date=2 May 2017|access-date=1 March 2018|work=Encyclopædia Britannica|deadurl=no|df=dmy-all}}</ref> also known by her married name '''Aileen Soule''', was an American competition [[swimming (sport)|swimmer]] and [[diving|diver]] and Olympic champion.
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'''Aileen Muriel Riggin''' (May 2, 1906 – October 19, 2002), also known by her married name '''Aileen Soule''', was an American competition [[swimming (sport)|swimmer]] and [[diving|diver]] and Olympic champion.
   
 
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Aileen Riggin was only 14 years and 120 days old<ref name=r2>{{cite journal|author=Lennartz, Karl|url=http://www.la84foundation.org/SportsLibrary/JOH/JOHv11n1/JOHv11n1r.pdf |title=Aileen Riggin (1906-2002) | journal=Journal of Olympic History | volume=11 | date=January 2003 | issue=1 | page=66}} (see page 3/5 in pdf viewer)</ref> when she won a gold medal in the women's 3 metre springboard diving event at the [[1920 Summer Olympics|1920 Olympics in Antwerp]],<ref name=r5>{{cite web|url=http://www.olympiandatabase.com/index.php?id=38381&L=1|title=Aileen Riggin at the Olympics|access-date=1 March 2018|work=Olympian DB Project|deadurl=no|df=dmy-all}}</ref> making her the youngest ever female Olympic champion at the time (a record that was surpassed in 1936 by 13-year-old American diver [[Marjorie Gestring]]). Not only was she the youngest gold medalist at the 1920 Olympic Games, she was also the smallest, at only {{convert|4|ft|8|in|m}} and weighing just {{convert|65|lb|kg}}; she thus became America's smallest Olympic winner.<ref name=r2/>
 
Aileen Riggin was only 14 years and 120 days old<ref name=r2>{{cite journal|author=Lennartz, Karl|url=http://www.la84foundation.org/SportsLibrary/JOH/JOHv11n1/JOHv11n1r.pdf |title=Aileen Riggin (1906-2002) | journal=Journal of Olympic History | volume=11 | date=January 2003 | issue=1 | page=66}} (see page 3/5 in pdf viewer)</ref> when she won a gold medal in the women's 3 metre springboard diving event at the [[1920 Summer Olympics|1920 Olympics in Antwerp]],<ref name=r5>{{cite web|url=http://www.olympiandatabase.com/index.php?id=38381&L=1|title=Aileen Riggin at the Olympics|access-date=1 March 2018|work=Olympian DB Project|deadurl=no|df=dmy-all}}</ref> making her the youngest ever female Olympic champion at the time (a record that was surpassed in 1936 by 13-year-old American diver [[Marjorie Gestring]]). Not only was she the youngest gold medalist at the 1920 Olympic Games, she was also the smallest, at only {{convert|4|ft|8|in|m}} and weighing just {{convert|65|lb|kg}}; she thus became America's smallest Olympic winner.<ref name=r2/>
   
Still only eighteen, Riggin competed in both diving and swimming at the [[1924 Summer Olympics|1924 Olympics in Paris]], winning a silver medal in the 3m springboard diving and a bronze medal in the 100m backstroke;<ref name=r5/> in doing so she became one of the first female Olympians to win medals in two different sports.<ref name=r3>{{cite web|url=http://www.insweep.com/News/view/1530|title=Fact of the Day: Aileen Riggin Soule is Swimming's Oldest Living Olympian|date=8 October 1999|access-date=1 March 2018|work=INSWEEP|deadurl=no|df=dmy-all}}</ref> There were in fact two women at the 1924 Olympics who won medals in both diving and swimming, the other one being [[Hjordis Topel]].
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Still only eighteen, Riggin competed in both diving and swimming at the [[1924 Summer Olympics|1924 Olympics in Paris]], winning a silver medal in the 3m springboard diving and a bronze medal in the 100m backstroke;<ref name=r5/> in doing so she became one of the first female Olympians to win medals in two different sports. There were in fact two women at the 1924 Olympics who won medals in both diving and swimming, the other one being [[Hjordis Topel]].
   
 
She won three [[Amateur Athletic Union]] (AAU) outdoor springboard titles and one indoor title. She was also a member of the Women's Swimming Association team that twice won the AAU relay.
 
She won three [[Amateur Athletic Union]] (AAU) outdoor springboard titles and one indoor title. She was also a member of the Women's Swimming Association team that twice won the AAU relay.
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==Personal life==
 
==Personal life==
Later in life she married Howard Soule, changing her name to Aileen Soule.<ref name=r4>{{cite web|url=https://www.usms.org/articles/articledisplay.php?aid=1420|title=US Masters Swimming - Remembering Aileen Riggin Soule|date=29 April 2003|access-date=1 March 2018|work=USMS|deadurl=no|df=dmy-all}}</ref> She moved to [[Hawaii]] in 1957 with her husband, and in 1967 she was inducted into the [[International Swimming Hall of Fame]] in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. She was a founder member of the Hawaii Senior Games Association and remained a board member into old age. As a result of her fund raising and motivational presentations, she was selected to serve as Grande Dame of the International Swimming Hall of Fame in 1988.
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Later in life she married Howard Soule, changing her name to Aileen Soule. She moved to [[Hawaii]] in 1957 with her husband, and in 1967 she was inducted into the [[International Swimming Hall of Fame]] in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. She was a founder member of the Hawaii Senior Games Association and remained a board member into old age. As a result of her fund raising and motivational presentations, she was selected to serve as Grande Dame of the International Swimming Hall of Fame in 1988.
   
 
Aileen Soule was one of the most sought after swimming celebrities in Hawaii and the USA. She was invited to address Team USA at the [[1996 Summer Olympics|1996 Atlanta Olympics]] as a motivational speaker. She continued to swim into old age and in 1991 she broke six world records in freestyle and backstroke sprints in the [[Masters swimming|World Masters]] for her age group (M:85–89).
 
Aileen Soule was one of the most sought after swimming celebrities in Hawaii and the USA. She was invited to address Team USA at the [[1996 Summer Olympics|1996 Atlanta Olympics]] as a motivational speaker. She continued to swim into old age and in 1991 she broke six world records in freestyle and backstroke sprints in the [[Masters swimming|World Masters]] for her age group (M:85–89).

Talk:Karen Wheeler (Wyoming politician)

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Category talk:2005 short story collections

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Wikipedia:Featured article candidates/Hogwarts Express (Universal Orlando Resort)/archive2

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Meta discussion about process progression: :::::::::::{{U|Jackdude101}}, excellent reminder: <small>Special:Diff/828672452/828708958</small> adds WP:MOSALT descriptions. The one in the infobox is not working. —~~~~

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::::::::::{{Ping|Dom497}}, {{Ping|Sladen}} I made one edit to the sandbox version, which mainly relates to reorganizing the images. Let me know what you think of it. Also, alt text needs to be added to the images (see the images in the stations gallery I made to see examples). Alt text is a requirement for all images, if the article is to achieve FA status. [[User:Jackdude101|<span style="font-weight: bold; color: black">Jackdude</span><span style="font-weight: bold; color: blue">101</span>]]&nbsp;<sup>[[User talk:Jackdude101|talk]]</sup>&nbsp;<sup>[[Special:Contributions/Jackdude101|cont]]</sup> 02:50, 4 March 2018 (UTC)
 
::::::::::{{Ping|Dom497}}, {{Ping|Sladen}} I made one edit to the sandbox version, which mainly relates to reorganizing the images. Let me know what you think of it. Also, alt text needs to be added to the images (see the images in the stations gallery I made to see examples). Alt text is a requirement for all images, if the article is to achieve FA status. [[User:Jackdude101|<span style="font-weight: bold; color: black">Jackdude</span><span style="font-weight: bold; color: blue">101</span>]]&nbsp;<sup>[[User talk:Jackdude101|talk]]</sup>&nbsp;<sup>[[Special:Contributions/Jackdude101|cont]]</sup> 02:50, 4 March 2018 (UTC)
 
:::::::::::{{U|Jackdude101}}, looks good. Please work directly on the article so that the history and copyright are correctly preserved inside a single history without needing a histmerge later. —[[User:Sladen|Sladen]] ([[User talk:Sladen|talk]]) 07:57, 4 March 2018 (UTC)
 
:::::::::::{{U|Jackdude101}}, looks good. Please work directly on the article so that the history and copyright are correctly preserved inside a single history without needing a histmerge later. —[[User:Sladen|Sladen]] ([[User talk:Sladen|talk]]) 07:57, 4 March 2018 (UTC)
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:::::::::::{{U|Jackdude101}}, excellent reminder: <small>[[Special:Diff/828672452/828708958]]</small> adds [[WP:MOSALT]] descriptions. The one in the infobox is not working. —[[User:Sladen|Sladen]] ([[User talk:Sladen|talk]]) 08:09, 4 March 2018 (UTC)

Kinzhal (missile)

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Kinzhal ("Dagger") is a hypersonic [[air-launched cruise missile]] that was unveiled by Russian President Vladimir Putin in 2018. , Footage showed the missile being launched by [[Mig-31]], it can reach over [[Mach number]] 10 speed,<ref>{{cite web|url=http://nationalinterest.org/blog/the-buzz/russias-nuclear-weapons-buildup-aimed-beating-us-missile-24716|title=Russia's Nuclear Weapons Buildup Is Aimed at Beating U.S. Missile Defenses|first=Dave|last=Majumdar|date=|website=The National Interest|accessdate=2 March 2018}}</ref> It is already deployed at airbases in Russia's [[Southern Military District]] and can strike targets 1,250 miles away.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://tass.com/defense/992214|title=Putin announces Russia possesses hypersonic weapons|author=|date=|website=tass.com|accessdate=2 March 2018}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/vladimir-putin-set-state-union-speech-election-looms-n852211|title=Putin unveils new nuclear missile, says 'listen to us now'|author=|date=|website=nbcnews.com|accessdate=2 March 2018}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.cbsnews.com/news/vladimir-putin-russia-nuclear-weapons-including-invincible-cruise-missile/|title=Putin touts new weapons in Russia's nuclear arsenal|author=|date=|website=cbsnews.com|accessdate=2 March 2018}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/nationworld/ct-putin-nuclear-weapons-20180301-story.html|title=Pentagon dismisses Putin's boasts about new nuclear weapons|first=Robert Burns and Lolita C.|last=Baldor|date=|website=chicagotribune.com|accessdate=2 March 2018}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/putin-russia-new-nuclear-weapons-test-intercept-1.4556986|title=New Russian nuclear weapons render missile defences 'useless,' Putin says|author=|date=|website=cbc.ca|accessdate=2 March 2018}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iG1Z7SpGN_A|title=BREAKING: Putin Reveals Hypersonic, High-Precision-Guided "Kinzhal" (Dagger) Air-Missile System|first=|last=Russia Insight|date=2 March 2018|publisher=|accessdate=2 March 2018|via=YouTube}}</ref>
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Kinzhal ("Dagger") is a hypersonic [[air-launched cruise missile]] that was unveiled by Russian President Vladimir Putin in 2018. , Footage showed the missile being launched by [[Mig-31]], it can reach over [[Mach number]] 10 speed,<ref>{{cite web|url=http://nationalinterest.org/blog/the-buzz/russias-nuclear-weapons-buildup-aimed-beating-us-missile-24716|title=Russia's Nuclear Weapons Buildup Is Aimed at Beating U.S. Missile Defenses|first=Dave|last=Majumdar|date=|website=The National Interest|accessdate=2 March 2018}}</ref> It is already deployed at airbases in Russia's [[Southern Military District]] and can strike targets 1,250 miles away.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://tass.com/defense/992214|title=Putin announces Russia possesses hypersonic weapons|author=|date=|website=tass.com|accessdate=2 March 2018}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/vladimir-putin-set-state-union-speech-election-looms-n852211|title=Putin unveils new nuclear missile, says 'listen to us now'|author=|date=|website=nbcnews.com|accessdate=2 March 2018}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.cbsnews.com/news/vladimir-putin-russia-nuclear-weapons-including-invincible-cruise-missile/|title=Putin touts new weapons in Russia's nuclear arsenal|author=|date=|website=cbsnews.com|accessdate=2 March 2018}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/nationworld/ct-putin-nuclear-weapons-20180301-story.html|title=Pentagon dismisses Putin's boasts about new nuclear weapons|first=Robert Burns and Lolita C.|last=Baldor|date=|website=chicagotribune.com|accessdate=2 March 2018}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/putin-russia-new-nuclear-weapons-test-intercept-1.4556986|title=New Russian nuclear weapons render missile defences 'useless,' Putin says|author=|date=|website=cbc.ca|accessdate=2 March 2018}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iG1Z7SpGN_A|title=BREAKING: Putin Reveals Hypersonic, High-Precision-Guided "Kinzhal" (Dagger) Air-Missile System|first=|last=Russia Insight|date=2 March 2018|publisher=|accessdate=2 March 2018|via=YouTube}}</ref><ref>http://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/18943/putins-air-launched-hypersonic-weapon-appears-to-be-a-modified-iskander-ballistic-missile</ref>
 
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Talk:Sutton Hoo Helmet (sculpture)/Archive 1

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== Notability ==
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The notability of this artwork is not evident from the cited sources. — Editør ([[User talk:Editør|talk]]) 20:19, 2 February 2018 (UTC)
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:{{u|Editør}}, any reason why Cocke 2013, and the various contemporary sources about its installation, are not enough? --[[User:Usernameunique|Usernameunique]] ([[User talk:Usernameunique|talk]]) 22:33, 2 February 2018 (UTC)
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::For each reference:
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::1: catalogue of all public sculptures, does not establish notability of any particular sculpture
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::2: catalogue of all public sculptures, does not establish notability of any particular sculpture
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::3: sales catalogue, not independent of the artist, does not establish notability
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::4: local newspaper, discusses the artwork, but alone not enough to establish notability
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::5: does not mention the sculpture
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::6: does not mention the sculpture
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::In general, local newspapers can vary in quality and reliability, while some are dedicated to indepentent journalism, others will directly print press releases as articles. I don't know the Ipswitch Star and looking at the source I don't immediately see any issues, but in my opinion this source alone is not enough to establish the sculpture's notability. If no additional sources that establish notability can be found, maybe the relevant content can be moved to the paragraph about the visitor center in [[Sutton Hoo]]? — Editør ([[User talk:Editør|talk]]) 11:09, 5 February 2018 (UTC)
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:::Some new sources have been added, but the new sources are about (the background of) the visitor centre, not the sculpture that is the subject of this article. As such they cannot establish the notability of the sculpture. – Editør ([[User talk:Editør|talk]]) 09:20, 9 February 2018 (UTC)
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::::{{u|Editør}}, does the new section "Themes" address your concerns? It addresses the sculpture in a way that could not be covered in the [[Sutton Hoo]] article, relating it both to the actual helmet, and to Kirby's work. Re: the first two sources you mention above (Cocke 2009/2013), I'm not sure where your statement comes from that they cover "all" public sculpture, not just that which is sufficiently notable. --[[User:Usernameunique|Usernameunique]] ([[User talk:Usernameunique|talk]]) 21:18, 16 February 2018 (UTC)
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:::::Among the cited sources I see no improvement in terms of establishing the sculpture's notability:
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:::::1. Cocke 2009: catalogue of local public artworks, does not establish notability of any single artwork
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:::::2. Cocke 2013: catalogue of local public artworks, does not establish notability of any single artwork
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:::::3. Axle Arts 2015a: gallery tweet, not independent from the author
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:::::4. Ipswich Star 2002: local newspaper, discusses the artwork, but alone not enough to establish notability
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:::::5. Worsley 2003: does not mention the artwork
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:::::6. National Trust: does not mention the artwork
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:::::7. Architects' Journal 2000: published 2 years before the artwork was made
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:::::8. Dawson 2002: undetermined, because I have no access
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:::::9. Kennedy 2002: does not mention the sculpture
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:::::10. Axle Arts 2015b: gallery catalogue, not indenpendent from the author
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:::::11. Cocke 2013: see 2
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:::::12. Williams 1992: published 10 years before the artwork was made
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:::::13. Bruce-Mitford 1972: published 30 years before the artwork was made
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:::::14. Williams 1992: see 12
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:::::15. ArtParkS: mentions the artwork once in a list, but no significant coverage that can establish notability
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:::::16. Bath Contemporary: mentions the artwork once in a list, but no significant coverage that can establish notability
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:::::I am putting back the warning and I am going to nominate the article for deletion, so others can weigh in. – Editør ([[User talk:Editør|talk]]) 19:55, 20 February 2018 (UTC)

User:Ahjiri

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User account Ahjiri was created

JJ Felise

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Clematis vitalba

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''Clematis vitalba'' was used to make rope during the Stone Age in Switzerland.<ref>Johnson, Magnus. 2001. ''The genus Clematis.'' Södertälje: Magnus Johnsons Plantskola AB, p. 37.</ref> In Slovenia, the stems of the plant were used for weaving baskets for onions and also for binding crops.<ref>Petauer, Tomaž. 1993. ''Leksikon rastlinskih bogastev''. Ljubljana: Tehniška založba Slovenije, p. 139.</ref> It was particularly useful for binding sheaves of grain because mice do not gnaw on it.<ref>[http://www.zaveza.si/index.php/revija-zaveza/100-zaveza-t-42 Kržan, Vanja. 2010. "Mi pa oznanjamo Kristusa, križanega (1 Kor 1,23)." ''Zaveza'' 42 (25 February).] {{webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20120629012543/http://www.zaveza.si/index.php/revija-zaveza/100-zaveza-t-42 |date=2012-06-29 }} {{sl icon}}</ref> In [[Italy]], the sprouts are harvested to make omelettes (called "vitalbini" in [[Tuscany]], ; "visoni" in [[Veneto]]). It is also widely considered in the medical community to be an effective cure for stress and nerves.{{cn|date=May 2014}} This is the species of''Clematis'' which has been [[List of Bach flower remedies|listed]] as one of the 38 plants whose flowers are used to prepare the [[Pseudomedicine|pseudomedical]] [[Bach flower remedies]].<ref name="Vohra2004">{{cite book|author=D. S. Vohra|title=Bach Flower Remedies: A Comprehensive Study|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=icG8onA0ys8C&pg=PR3|accessdate=2 September 2013|date=1 June 2004|publisher=B. Jain Publishers|isbn=978-81-7021-271-3|page=3}}</ref>
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''Clematis vitalba'' was used to make rope during the Stone Age in Switzerland.<ref>Johnson, Magnus. 2001. ''The genus Clematis.'' Södertälje: Magnus Johnsons Plantskola AB, p. 37.</ref> In Slovenia, the stems of the plant were used for weaving baskets for onions and also for binding crops.<ref>Petauer, Tomaž. 1993. ''Leksikon rastlinskih bogastev''. Ljubljana: Tehniška založba Slovenije, p. 139.</ref> It was particularly useful for binding sheaves of grain because mice do not gnaw on it.<ref>[http://www.zaveza.si/index.php/revija-zaveza/100-zaveza-t-42 Kržan, Vanja. 2010. "Mi pa oznanjamo Kristusa, križanega (1 Kor 1,23)." ''Zaveza'' 42 (25 February).] {{webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20120629012543/http://www.zaveza.si/index.php/revija-zaveza/100-zaveza-t-42 |date=2012-06-29 }} {{sl icon}}</ref> In [[Italy]], the sprouts are harvested to make omelettes (called "vitalbini" in [[Tuscany]], ; "visoni" in [[Veneto]]). It is also widely considered in the medical community to be an effective cure for stress and nerves.{{cn|date=May 2014}} This is the species of ''Clematis'' which has been [[List of Bach flower remedies|listed]] as one of the 38 plants whose flowers are used to prepare the [[Pseudomedicine|pseudomedical]] [[Bach flower remedies]].<ref name="Vohra2004">{{cite book|author=D. S. Vohra|title=Bach Flower Remedies: A Comprehensive Study|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=icG8onA0ys8C&pg=PR3|accessdate=2 September 2013|date=1 June 2004|publisher=B. Jain Publishers|isbn=978-81-7021-271-3|page=3}}</ref>
   
 
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Wikipedia:Administrators' noticeboard/Incidents

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User talk:NorthBySouthBaranof

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::::First, [[WP:CIR|competence is required]] is not policy as it states "It contains the advice or opinions of one or more Wikipedia contributors. This page is not one of Wikipedia policies or guidelines, as it has not been thoroughly vetted by the community. Some essays represent widespread norms; others only represent minority viewpoints." I think its ironic you tag the Beyond my ken stuff above and suddenly he or she starts talking. Its alomst as if you are interacting with them outside this fourm. [[User:Jamesharrison2014|Dr. James Harrison, Ph.D.]] ([[User talk:Jamesharrison2014|talk]]) 07:50, 4 March 2018 (UTC)
 
::::First, [[WP:CIR|competence is required]] is not policy as it states "It contains the advice or opinions of one or more Wikipedia contributors. This page is not one of Wikipedia policies or guidelines, as it has not been thoroughly vetted by the community. Some essays represent widespread norms; others only represent minority viewpoints." I think its ironic you tag the Beyond my ken stuff above and suddenly he or she starts talking. Its alomst as if you are interacting with them outside this fourm. [[User:Jamesharrison2014|Dr. James Harrison, Ph.D.]] ([[User talk:Jamesharrison2014|talk]]) 07:50, 4 March 2018 (UTC)
 
:::::When a person is tagged in a Wikipedia edit, they receive a notification of that mention. Again, these are all things you would know if you had a reasonable understanding of how Wikipedia works. That you do not is evident. That is not, in and of itself, a bad thing. But when you make wild accusations based upon nothing more than your failure to understand simple Wikipedia editing features, it evinces your inability or disinterest in ''learning'' how the encyclopedia works before charging into dramaboards and launching threads about third parties. [[User:NorthBySouthBaranof|NorthBySouthBaranof]] ([[User talk:NorthBySouthBaranof|talk]]) 07:54, 4 March 2018 (UTC)
 
:::::When a person is tagged in a Wikipedia edit, they receive a notification of that mention. Again, these are all things you would know if you had a reasonable understanding of how Wikipedia works. That you do not is evident. That is not, in and of itself, a bad thing. But when you make wild accusations based upon nothing more than your failure to understand simple Wikipedia editing features, it evinces your inability or disinterest in ''learning'' how the encyclopedia works before charging into dramaboards and launching threads about third parties. [[User:NorthBySouthBaranof|NorthBySouthBaranof]] ([[User talk:NorthBySouthBaranof|talk]]) 07:54, 4 March 2018 (UTC)
:::::::Jamesharrison2014: Indeed, I came here because of a notification I received just after I had finished editing [[Irvington, New York]],which I did at probably about the same time NbSB was posting some of his remarks here. Before you choose to [[WP:Casting aspersions|cast an aspersion]] again, you might want to do some basic research on the editors you're suggesting are sockpuppets - such as comparing their contributions to see if they were posting edits at the same time. Suffice it to say that your suggestion is a pretty ridiculous one
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:::::::Jamesharrison2014: Indeed, I came here because of a notification I received just after I had finished editing [[Irvington, New York]],which I did at probably about the same time NbSB was posting some of his remarks here. Before you choose to [[WP:Casting aspersions|cast an aspersion]] again, you might want to do some basic research on the editors you're suggesting are sockpuppets - such as comparing their contributions to see if they were posting edits at the same time. Suffice it to say that your suggestion is a pretty ridiculous one. [[User:Beyond My Ken|Beyond My Ken]] ([[User talk:Beyond My Ken|talk]])
 
::::::[[User:NorthBySouthBaranof]] I have one question.. Do you honestly think that this is not a personal attack. '''"Did I trigger you? Can't handle it when someone calls you what you are? Sad! Maybe don't make racist-apologia edits on the encyclopedia and then start ridiculous ANI threads when people call you on your bullshit. I don't apologize to white supremacists and if you have a problem with that, feel free to take it up on ANI. Oh wait <snerk>. Have a nice day."'''[[User:Jamesharrison2014|Dr. James Harrison, Ph.D.]] ([[User talk:Jamesharrison2014|talk]]) 07:59, 4 March 2018 (UTC)
 
::::::[[User:NorthBySouthBaranof]] I have one question.. Do you honestly think that this is not a personal attack. '''"Did I trigger you? Can't handle it when someone calls you what you are? Sad! Maybe don't make racist-apologia edits on the encyclopedia and then start ridiculous ANI threads when people call you on your bullshit. I don't apologize to white supremacists and if you have a problem with that, feel free to take it up on ANI. Oh wait <snerk>. Have a nice day."'''[[User:Jamesharrison2014|Dr. James Harrison, Ph.D.]] ([[User talk:Jamesharrison2014|talk]]) 07:59, 4 March 2018 (UTC)
 
:::::::I make no apologies for describing an editor who [https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Identity_Evropa&diff=prev&oldid=806981556 removed the impeccably-sourced description of "white supremacist"] from the article about well-known racist anti-Semitic shitbags [[Identity Evropa]]" as someone who is making "racist-apologia edits on the encyclopedia." It is merely a provable statement of fact. [[User:NorthBySouthBaranof|NorthBySouthBaranof]] ([[User talk:NorthBySouthBaranof|talk]]) 08:08, 4 March 2018 (UTC)
 
:::::::I make no apologies for describing an editor who [https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Identity_Evropa&diff=prev&oldid=806981556 removed the impeccably-sourced description of "white supremacist"] from the article about well-known racist anti-Semitic shitbags [[Identity Evropa]]" as someone who is making "racist-apologia edits on the encyclopedia." It is merely a provable statement of fact. [[User:NorthBySouthBaranof|NorthBySouthBaranof]] ([[User talk:NorthBySouthBaranof|talk]]) 08:08, 4 March 2018 (UTC)

The Story of the Youth Who Went Forth to Learn What Fear Was

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Jai Simha

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'''''Jai Simha''''' is a 2018 [[Telugu cinema|Telugu]] [[Action film|action]] [[drama film]], produced by C. Kalyan<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://indianexpress.com/article/entertainment/telugu/jai-simha-first-look-nandamuri-balakrishna-see-photo-4917878/|title=Jai Simha first look: Nandamuri Balakrishna promises yet another power packed performance|date=2017-11-01|work=The Indian Express|access-date=2017-11-25|language=en-US}}</ref> on C. K. Entertainments banner and directed by [[K. S. Ravikumar]]. It stars [[Nandamuri Balakrishna]], [[Nayanthara]],<ref>{{Cite news|url=https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/telugu/movies/news/nandamuri-balakrishnas-nbk102-titled-jai-simha/articleshow/61225833.cms|title=Nandamuri Balakrishna's #NBK102 titled 'Jai Simha' - Times of India|work=The Times of India|access-date=2017-11-25}}</ref> [[Natasha Doshi]], and [[Hariprriya]] in the lead roles. The music was composed by [[Chirantan Bhatt]].<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://www.hindustantimes.com/regional-movies/jai-simha-first-look-poster-nandamuri-balakrishna-looks-as-massy-as-ever/story-0PmfVAMKXJrPLouesXe72J.html|title=Jai Simha first look poster: Nandamuri Balakrishna looks as massy as ever|last=|first=|date=2017-11-01|work=www.hindustantimes.com|access-date=2017-11-25|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|language=en}}</ref> The film was released on 12th January 2018.This Movie was not well received by critics but it as well recieved by audiences and was declared a blockbuster hit and defeated Pawan Kalyan's Agnyaathavasi and completes 50 days run.Jai Simha movie was Sankranthi winner at the box office
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'''''Jai Simha''''' is a 2018 [[Telugu cinema|Telugu]] [[Action film|action]] [[drama film]], produced by C. Kalyan<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://indianexpress.com/article/entertainment/telugu/jai-simha-first-look-nandamuri-balakrishna-see-photo-4917878/|title=Jai Simha first look: Nandamuri Balakrishna promises yet another power packed performance|date=2017-11-01|work=The Indian Express|access-date=2017-11-25|language=en-US}}</ref> on C. K. Entertainments banner and directed by [[K. S. Ravikumar]]. It stars [[Nandamuri Balakrishna]], [[Nayanthara]],<ref>{{Cite news|url=https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/telugu/movies/news/nandamuri-balakrishnas-nbk102-titled-jai-simha/articleshow/61225833.cms|title=Nandamuri Balakrishna's #NBK102 titled 'Jai Simha' - Times of India|work=The Times of India|access-date=2017-11-25}}</ref> [[Natasha Doshi]], and [[Hariprriya]] in the lead roles. The music was composed by [[Chirantan Bhatt]].<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://www.hindustantimes.com/regional-movies/jai-simha-first-look-poster-nandamuri-balakrishna-looks-as-massy-as-ever/story-0PmfVAMKXJrPLouesXe72J.html|title=Jai Simha first look poster: Nandamuri Balakrishna looks as massy as ever|last=|first=|date=2017-11-01|work=www.hindustantimes.com|access-date=2017-11-25|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|language=en}}</ref> The film was released on 12th January 2018.
   
 
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User talk:Eggishorn

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[[User:Bjaouane|Bjaouane]] ([[User talk:Bjaouane|talk]])22:56, 23 February 2018 (UTC)
 
[[User:Bjaouane|Bjaouane]] ([[User talk:Bjaouane|talk]])22:56, 23 February 2018 (UTC)
 
:{{reply|Bjaouane}}, you still fail to understand: ''you shouldn't be editing Wikipedia''. By that I mean you should not edit Wikipedia ''at all''. You can't communicate in English competently and you are trying to use the project for commercial promotion. These two qualities are both disqualifying. Stop using the project. [[User:Eggishorn|Eggishorn]] [[User talk:Eggishorn|(talk)]] [[Special:Contributions/Eggishorn|(contrib)]] 22:00, 23 February 2018 (UTC)
 
:{{reply|Bjaouane}}, you still fail to understand: ''you shouldn't be editing Wikipedia''. By that I mean you should not edit Wikipedia ''at all''. You can't communicate in English competently and you are trying to use the project for commercial promotion. These two qualities are both disqualifying. Stop using the project. [[User:Eggishorn|Eggishorn]] [[User talk:Eggishorn|(talk)]] [[Special:Contributions/Eggishorn|(contrib)]] 22:00, 23 February 2018 (UTC)
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User:Nima4279

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Patience Mthunzi-Kufa

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Kärt Tomingas

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Shortly after graduation from the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre in 1990, Tomingas was engaged as stage actress at the [[Vanemuine]] theatre in [[Tartu]], departing in 1992.<ref>[http://entsyklopeedia.ee/artikkel/tomingas_k%C3%A4rt2 Eesti Entsüklopeedia] ''Tomingas, Kärt''. Retrieved 3 March 2018.</ref> Afterwards, she relocated to [[Helsinki]], [[Finland]], where she performed as an actress at the [[Helsinki City Theatre]] and the Lilla Theatre from 1994 until 1999. In 2000, she garnered the role of Siiri in the [[Aleksi Mäkelä (director)|Aleksi Mäkelä]]-directed drama feature film ''Lomalla'' for [[Solar Films]]. From 2005 until 2006, she played the role of Heili Reek, an Estonian hairdresser, in the Finnish television drama series ''Kotikatu'', which aired on [[Yle TV1]].<ref>[https://www.ohtuleht.ee/99967/kart-tomingas-vaba-vabakutseline Őhtuleht] ''Kärt Tomingas: vaba vabakutseline''. 12 December 2000. Retrieved 3 March 2018</ref>
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Shortly after graduation from the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre in 1990, Tomingas was engaged as stage actress at the [[Vanemuine]] theatre in [[Tartu]], departing in 1992.<ref>[http://entsyklopeedia.ee/artikkel/tomingas_k%C3%A4rt2 Eesti Entsüklopeedia] ''Tomingas, Kärt''. Retrieved 3 March 2018.</ref> Afterwards, she relocated to [[Helsinki]], [[Finland]], where she performed as an actress at the [[Helsinki City Theatre]] and the Lilla Theatre from 1994 until 1999. In 2000, she garnered the role of Siiri in the [[Aleksi Mäkelä (director)|Aleksi Mäkelä]]-directed drama feature film ''Lomalla'' for [[Solar Films]]. From 2005 until 2007, she played the role of Heili Reek, an Estonian hairdresser, in the Finnish television drama series ''Kotikatu'', which aired on [[Yle TV1]].<ref>[https://www.ohtuleht.ee/99967/kart-tomingas-vaba-vabakutseline Őhtuleht] ''Kärt Tomingas: vaba vabakutseline''. 12 December 2000. Retrieved 3 March 2018</ref>
   
 
Tomingas' first role in an Estonian film was the small role as Marta in the 1991 historical drama ''Surmatants'', directed by Tõnu Virve. In 1992, she appeared as Lily in the Mati Põldre-directed biographical feature film ''[[Those Old Love Letters|Need vanad armastuskirjad]]'', for Freyja Film, about Estonian composer [[Raimond Valgre]].<ref>[http://arhiiv.err.ee/vaata/need-vanad-armastuskirjad arhiiv.err.ee] ''Need vanad armastuskirjad''. 1 January 1993. Retrieved 3 March 2018.</ref> The film was selected as the Estonian entry for the [[Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film|Best Foreign Language Film]] at the [[65th Academy Awards]], but was not accepted as a nominee.<ref>[https://variety.com/1992/film/news/foreign-oscar-entries-submitted-101796 Variety] ''Foreign Oscar Entries Submitted''. 2 December 1992. Retrieved 3 March 2018</ref> In 2014, Tomingas appeared in the role of Pille in the Mihkel Ulk-directed drama feature film ''[[Zero Point (film)|Nullpunkt]]'', based on the 2010 novel of the same name by Estonian author Margus Karu.<ref>[https://elu24.postimees.ee/2995909/detsembris-jouab-kinodesse-noortefilm-nullpunkt Elu24:Postimees] ''Detsembris jõuab kinodesse noortefilm «Nullpunkt»''. 18 November 2014. Retrieved 3 March 2018.</ref>
 
Tomingas' first role in an Estonian film was the small role as Marta in the 1991 historical drama ''Surmatants'', directed by Tõnu Virve. In 1992, she appeared as Lily in the Mati Põldre-directed biographical feature film ''[[Those Old Love Letters|Need vanad armastuskirjad]]'', for Freyja Film, about Estonian composer [[Raimond Valgre]].<ref>[http://arhiiv.err.ee/vaata/need-vanad-armastuskirjad arhiiv.err.ee] ''Need vanad armastuskirjad''. 1 January 1993. Retrieved 3 March 2018.</ref> The film was selected as the Estonian entry for the [[Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film|Best Foreign Language Film]] at the [[65th Academy Awards]], but was not accepted as a nominee.<ref>[https://variety.com/1992/film/news/foreign-oscar-entries-submitted-101796 Variety] ''Foreign Oscar Entries Submitted''. 2 December 1992. Retrieved 3 March 2018</ref> In 2014, Tomingas appeared in the role of Pille in the Mihkel Ulk-directed drama feature film ''[[Zero Point (film)|Nullpunkt]]'', based on the 2010 novel of the same name by Estonian author Margus Karu.<ref>[https://elu24.postimees.ee/2995909/detsembris-jouab-kinodesse-noortefilm-nullpunkt Elu24:Postimees] ''Detsembris jõuab kinodesse noortefilm «Nullpunkt»''. 18 November 2014. Retrieved 3 March 2018.</ref>

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Shanta Durga Temple

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English Canadians

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Delta Goodrem discography

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Carmen Silvera

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'''Carmen Dorothy Blanche Silvera''' (2 June 1922 – 3 August 2002) was a [[Canadians|Canadian]]-born British [[comic]] [[actress]] of Spanish descent, who moved to [[Coventry]], England, with her family when she was a child. She appeared on television regularly in the 1960s, and achieved mainstream fame in the 1980s as her starring role in British television programme, ''[['Allo 'Allo!]]'' as [[Edith Artois]].
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'''Carmen Dorothy Blanche Silvera''' (2 June 1922 – 3 August 2002) was a British [[comic]] [[actress]], who was born in Canada of Spanish descent, she moved to [[Coventry]], England, with her family when she was a child. She appeared on television regularly in the 1960s, and achieved mainstream fame in the 1980s as her starring role in British television programme, ''[['Allo 'Allo!]]'' as [[Edith Artois]].
   
 
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List of Peppa Pig episodes

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The Life and Times of Absolute Truth

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'''''The Life And Times Of Absolute Truth''''' is South African rock band [[Tree63]]'s fourth album. It was released in 2002. The songs on this album gained popularity in Australia, Canada, South Africa and the UK.<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://tree63.com/|title=Bio|work=Tree63|access-date=2018-03-04|language=en}}</ref>
   
 
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User:Ano3260/sandbox

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== Catwalk-Avenue.com ==
 
== Catwalk-Avenue.com ==
Started off in 2014, in 2015 awarded as the trendsetter by [http://www.catwalk-avenue.com/2014/10/loreal-paris-destination-paris/ L'Oreal Paris]. Spin off project [http://www.catwalk-avenue.com/2016/10/basics-of-blogging-2016/ Basic of Blogging] and Digital Influencing taught by Urbankova bachelor students. Catwalk-Avenue is awarded [http://blog.feedspot.com/scandinavian_fashion_blogs/ TOP 40 Scandinavian fashion blogs] and [https://blog.feedspot.com/european_fashion_blogs/ TOP 100 European fashion blogs]. Catwalk-Avenue collaborations L'Oreal Paris, Sofie Schnoor, [http://www.catwalk-avenue.com/2014/12/catwalk-avenue-specially-for-lei-foo-jewelry/ Lei Foo Jewelry], Christian Paul watches, Thoni Mara, X-bionic, Wolford, MGC derma and Copenhagen Fashion Week.
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Started off in 2014, in 2015 awarded as the trendsetter by [http://www.catwalk-avenue.com/2014/10/loreal-paris-destination-paris/ L'Oreal Paris]. Spin off project [http://www.catwalk-avenue.com/2016/10/basics-of-blogging-2016/ Basic of Blogging] and Digital Influencing taught by Urbankova bachelor students. Catwalk-Avenue is awarded [http://blog.feedspot.com/scandinavian_fashion_blogs/ TOP 40 Scandinavian fashion blogs] and [https://blog.feedspot.com/european_fashion_blogs/ TOP 100 European fashion blogs]. Catwalk-Avenue collaborations L'Oreal Paris, Sofie Schnoor, Lei Foo Jewelry<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://go-grow.dk/blog/photo-shoot/|title=Elegant photo shoot {{!}} Go Grow|work=Go Grow|access-date=2018-03-04|language=en-US}}</ref>, Christian Paul watches, Thoni Mara, X-bionic<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.catwalk-avenue.com/2016/05/x-bionic/|title=X-Bionic - Catwalk Avenue {{!}} Catwalk Avenue|website=www.catwalk-avenue.com|language=en-US|access-date=2018-03-04}}</ref>, Wolford, MGC derma<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.catwalk-avenue.com/2017/10/mgc-derma/|title=MGC derma {{!}} Catwalk Avenue|website=www.catwalk-avenue.com|language=en-US|access-date=2018-03-04}}</ref> and Copenhagen Fashion Week<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.catwalk-avenue.com/2016/02/federico-dangelo-aw-2016/|title=FEDERICO D'ANGELO AW 2016 {{!}} Catwalk Avenue|website=www.catwalk-avenue.com|language=en-US|access-date=2018-03-04}}</ref>.