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Johann Burchard

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==Early life==
 
==Early life==
He was born at [[Niederhaslach]], now [[Bas-Rhin]], [[Alsace]], [[France]]. Of humble origins, he was educated by the collegial chapter of [[Niederhaslach Church|St. Florent in Niederhaslach]]. He took the degree Doctor of Canon Law (''Decretorum Doctor'', as he proclaims in his preface to his ''Ordo Missae''), and then, on 4 June 1477, was able to purchase the bourgeois citizenship of Strasbourg.<ref>Thumser, in: Burchard, ''Diarium'' III, p. ii-iii.</ref> He eventually became secretary to Jean Wegeraufft, the Vicar General of the [[Archbishop of Strasbourg|Bishop of Strasbourg]], Ruppert von Simmern.<ref>Lesellier, p. 12.</ref> Suspected of trafficking in dispensations from publishing marriage banns, theft of a sword and of a florin, he left his position with the Vicar about 1467. He went to Rome, where he was awarded the expectation of a benefice in Strasbourg, but it was contested in Strasbourg; Burchard won his case before the Roman Rota (court of appeal), but the authorities in Strasbourg refused to recognize the ruling, citing Burchard's previous misdeeds. At the Vatican Burchard twice confessed his misdeeds, but his standing seems not to have suffered.<ref name=Setton>[https://books.google.com/books?id=0Sz2VYI0l1IC&pg=PA389&dq=johann+burchard&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiTgs3w0ovLAhUDgj4KHVO0DOg4FBDoAQg1MAQ#v=onepage&q=johann%20burchard&f=false Setton, Kenneth M. ''The Papacy and the Levant, 1204-1571'', American Philosophical Society, 1978] {{ISBN|9780871691279}}, at p. 389. Lesellier, pp. 12-13; 34-35 (Burchard's confession of 10 April 1475). Setton is wrong in claiming that Burchard was not a Doctor of Canon Law, "and did not in fact use the title."</ref> Burchard was ordained a priest in 1476.
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He was born at [[Niederhaslach]], now [[Bas-Rhin]], [[Alsace]], [[France]]. Of humble origins, he was educated by the collegial chapter of [[Niederhaslach Church|St. Florent in Niederhaslach]]. He took the degree Doctor of Canon Law (''Decretorum Doctor'', as he proclaims in his preface to his ''Ordo Missae''), and then, on 4 June 1477, was able to purchase the bourgeois citizenship of Strasbourg.<ref>Thumser, in: Burchard, ''Diarium'' III, p. ii-iii.</ref> He eventually became secretary to Jean Wegeraufft, the Vicar General of the [[Archbishop of Strasbourg|Bishop of Strasbourg]], Ruppert von Simmern.<ref>Lesellier, p. 12.</ref> Suspected of trafficking in dispensations from publishing marriage banns, theft of a sword and of a florin, he left his position with the Vicar about 1467. He went to Rome, where he was awarded the expectation of a benefice in Strasbourg, but it was contested in Strasbourg; Burchard won his case before the Roman Rota (court of appeal), but the authorities in Strasbourg refused to recognize the ruling, citing Burchard's previous misdeeds. At the Vatican Burchard twice confessed his misdeeds, but his standing seems not to have suffered.<ref name=Setton>[https://books.google.com/books?id=0Sz2VYI0l1IC&pg=PA389&dq=johann+burchard&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiTgs3w0ovLAhUDgj4KHVO0DOg4FBDoAQg1MAQ#v=onepage&q=johann%20burchard&f=false Setton, Kenneth M. ''The Papacy and the Levant, 1204-1571'', American Philosophical Society, 1978] {{ISBN|9780871691279}}, at p. 389.</ref><ref> Lesellier, pp. 12-13; 34-35 (Burchard's confession of 10 April 1475). Setton is wrong in claiming that Burchard was not a Doctor of Canon Law, "and did not in fact use the title." He used the title on the first page of his ''Ordo Missae''.</ref> Burchard was ordained a priest in 1476.
   
 
== Roman career ==
 
== Roman career ==

Read My Lips (Alex Party song)

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In 1996 the song was released with vocals by singer Robin 'Shanie' Campbell. This version peaked at number 28 in the UK,<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.officialcharts.com/charts/scottish-singles-chart/19961013/41/ |title=Alex Party - Read My Lips |publisher=Official Charts Company |accessdate=2017-04-18}}</ref> number 32 in Scotland and number 51 in Australia.
 
In 1996 the song was released with vocals by singer Robin 'Shanie' Campbell. This version peaked at number 28 in the UK,<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.officialcharts.com/charts/scottish-singles-chart/19961013/41/ |title=Alex Party - Read My Lips |publisher=Official Charts Company |accessdate=2017-04-18}}</ref> number 32 in Scotland and number 51 in Australia.
   
==Critical Reception==
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==Critical reception==
 
''[[Music & Media]]'' wrote about the 1996-song: "Some of those catchy Italo-tunes are just irresistible. After one play you can't get them out of your head and this is definitely one. Originally made by Italian producers, and now remixed by the Dutch BT&T-production-team, this single contains two excellent radio edits."<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.americanradiohistory.com/Archive-Music-and-Media/90s/1996/MM-1996-09-21.pdf|title=New Releases: Singles|publisher=Music & Media (1996-09-21, page 10)|accessdate=2018-02-28}}</ref>
 
''[[Music & Media]]'' wrote about the 1996-song: "Some of those catchy Italo-tunes are just irresistible. After one play you can't get them out of your head and this is definitely one. Originally made by Italian producers, and now remixed by the Dutch BT&T-production-team, this single contains two excellent radio edits."<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.americanradiohistory.com/Archive-Music-and-Media/90s/1996/MM-1996-09-21.pdf|title=New Releases: Singles|publisher=Music & Media (1996-09-21, page 10)|accessdate=2018-02-28}}</ref>
   
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==Charts==
 
==Charts==
 
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! scope="col"| Chart (1996)
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! scope="row"|Europe ([[Eurochart Hot 100]])<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.americanradiohistory.com/Archive-Music-and-Media/90s/1996/MM-1996-10-26.pdf|title=Eurochart Hot 100|publisher=Music & Media|accessdate=2018-02-28}}</ref>
 
! scope="row"|Europe ([[Eurochart Hot 100]])<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.americanradiohistory.com/Archive-Music-and-Media/90s/1996/MM-1996-10-26.pdf|title=Eurochart Hot 100|publisher=Music & Media|accessdate=2018-02-28}}</ref>
 
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! scope="row"|Netherlands ([[Single Top 100|Dutch Single Tip]])<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.dutchcharts.nl/weekchart.asp?cat=st&year=1996&date=19960928|title=Dutch Single Tip 28/09/1996|language=Dutch|publisher=dutchcharts.nl|accessdate=2018-03-31}}</ref>
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! scope="row"|Scotland ([[Official Charts Company]])<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.officialcharts.com/charts/scottish-singles-chart/19961013/41/ |title=Alex Party - Read My Lips |publisher=Official Charts Company |accessdate=2017-04-18}}</ref>
 
! scope="row"|Scotland ([[Official Charts Company]])<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.officialcharts.com/charts/scottish-singles-chart/19961013/41/ |title=Alex Party - Read My Lips |publisher=Official Charts Company |accessdate=2017-04-18}}</ref>

General Mariano Alvarez

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Political divisions in each barangay

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=Political divisions in each barangay=
 
=Political divisions in each barangay=
 
Francisco de Castro (Formerly Area B)
 
Francisco de Castro (Formerly Area B)
*Mandarin Homes 1 Sitio Dagatan Sitio Luzvimin
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*Mandarin Homes 1 Sitio Dagatan Sitio Luzvimin
*Sunshine Homes Sitio Rolling Hills
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*Sunshine Homes Sitio Rolling Hills
*Casa De Monteverde Homes Kanebo Compound
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*Casa De Monteverde Homes Kanebo Compound
   
 
===Barangay Feasts===
 
===Barangay Feasts===

Talk:Gwent Local History Council

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Godha (film)

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'''''Godha''''' (English: Wrestling Ring) is a 2017 [[India]]n [[Malayalam]]-language [[sports film|sports]][[comedy film]] directed by [[Basil Joseph]], starring [[Tovino Thomas]], [[Wamiqa Gabbi]], [[Aju Varghese]] and [[Renji Panicker]] in the lead roles. It was released on 19 May 2017<ref>{{cite news
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'''''Godha''''' (English: Wrestling Ring) is a 2017 [[India]]n [[Malayalam]]-language [[sports film|sports]] [[comedy film]] directed by [[Basil Joseph]], starring [[Tovino Thomas]], [[Wamiqa Gabbi]], [[Aju Varghese]] and [[Renji Panicker]] in the lead roles. It was released on 19 May 2017<ref>{{cite news
 
|title=Tovino and Wamiqa Gabbi in 'Godha'
 
|title=Tovino and Wamiqa Gabbi in 'Godha'
 
|url=http://www.sify.com/movies/tovino-and-wamiqa-gabbi-in-godha-imagegallery-malayalam-ql3lzlajdbdeg.html
 
|url=http://www.sify.com/movies/tovino-and-wamiqa-gabbi-in-godha-imagegallery-malayalam-ql3lzlajdbdeg.html

Claire Hooper

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External links

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==External links==
 
==External links==
*[http://token.com.au/artist/claire-hooper/ Official Site]
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*[https://www.token.com.au/artist/claire-hooper/ Official Site]
 
*[https://web.archive.org/web/20080721023412/http://token.com.au/html/artists/claire/ CV and Biography on Managing Agent's website]
 
*[https://web.archive.org/web/20080721023412/http://token.com.au/html/artists/claire/ CV and Biography on Managing Agent's website]
   

Leaving (Pet Shop Boys song)

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| This single = "'''Leaving'''"<br/>(2012)
 
| This single = "'''Leaving'''"<br/>(2012)
 
| Next single = "[[Memory of the Future]]"<br/>(2012)
 
| Next single = "[[Memory of the Future]]"<br/>(2012)
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| Misc = {{External music video|{{YouTube|U81VoqHxIp4|"Leaving"|link=no}}}}
 
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"'''Leaving'''" is a song by English [[electronic music]] duo [[Pet Shop Boys]] from their eleventh studio album, ''[[Elysium (Pet Shop Boys album)|Elysium]]''. It was released as the album's second single on 12 October 2012.<ref>{{cite web|title=Leaving Europe|url=http://www.petshopboys.co.uk/news/3359/201210|publisher=Pet Shop Boys Partnership|accessdate=20 October 2012|date=12 October 2012}}</ref> It entered the [[UK Singles Chart]] at number 44.
 
"'''Leaving'''" is a song by English [[electronic music]] duo [[Pet Shop Boys]] from their eleventh studio album, ''[[Elysium (Pet Shop Boys album)|Elysium]]''. It was released as the album's second single on 12 October 2012.<ref>{{cite web|title=Leaving Europe|url=http://www.petshopboys.co.uk/news/3359/201210|publisher=Pet Shop Boys Partnership|accessdate=20 October 2012|date=12 October 2012}}</ref> It entered the [[UK Singles Chart]] at number 44.

Wikipedia:Peer review/St Donat's Castle/archive1

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Comments from Tim riley

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:*"An opinion ... was sought from the Deputy Speaker of the House of Commons, a noted solicitor" – as (I presume) the opinion was sought in the Rt Hon gent's business capacity rather than as Deputy Speaker of the Commons I think it would be better just to say "Sir Thieving Rogue, MP, a noted solicitor".
 
:*"An opinion ... was sought from the Deputy Speaker of the House of Commons, a noted solicitor" – as (I presume) the opinion was sought in the Rt Hon gent's business capacity rather than as Deputy Speaker of the Commons I think it would be better just to say "Sir Thieving Rogue, MP, a noted solicitor".
 
::{{nay}} - Not Done, yet. First find the name of the Deputy Speaker.
 
::{{nay}} - Not Done, yet. First find the name of the Deputy Speaker.
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:::{{aye}} - Done - now found, and he has a Wiki entry.
 
:*"Even Billy Butlin, the holiday-camp entrepreneur, was uninterested" – why "even"? Was Butlin famous for buying such houses?
 
:*"Even Billy Butlin, the holiday-camp entrepreneur, was uninterested" – why "even"? Was Butlin famous for buying such houses?
 
::{{aye}} Done.
 
::{{aye}} Done.

Drainage divide

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==Types==
 
==Types==
Drainage divides can be grouped in three types:
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Drainage divides can be divided into three types:
; [[Continental divide]]
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*[[Continental divide]] in which waters on each side flow to different oceans (such as the [[Congo-Nile Divide]])
: A divide in which waters on each side flow to different oceans (for example: the [[Congo-Nile Divide]])
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*Major drainage divide in which eaters on each side of the divide never meet but flow into the same ocean (such as the divide between the [[Yellow River]] basin and the [[Yangtze River|Yangtze]], another, more subtle, example being the Schuylkill-Lehigh divide at [[Pisgah Mountain]] in Pennsylvania in which two minor creeks divide to flow and grow east and west respectively join ln the [[Lehigh River]] and [[Delaware River]] or the [[Susquehanna River]] and [[Potomac River]], with each tributary complex having separate outlets into the Atlantic.)
; Major drainage divide
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*Minor drainage divide in whucg aters part but eventually rejoin at a river confluence (such as the [[Mississippi River]] and the [[Missouri River]] drainage divides)
: Waters on each side of the divide never meet, but do flow into the same ocean (for example: the divide between the [[Yellow River]] basin and the [[Yangtze River|Yangtze]], or a more subtle example the Schuylkill-Lehigh divide at [[Pisgah Mountain]] in Pennsylvania, where two minor creeks divide to flow and grow east and west respectively joining the [[Lehigh River]] and [[Delaware River]] or the [[Susquehanna River]] and [[Potomac River]] each tributary complex having separate outlets into the Atlantic.)
 
; Minor drainage divide
 
: Waters part, but eventually rejoin at a river confluence (for example: the [[Mississippi River|Mississippi]] and [[Missouri River|Missouri]] divides)
 
   
 
== Valley-floor divides ==
 
== Valley-floor divides ==

2017–18 Brisbane Roar FC season

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Squad information

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<!-- Michael Theo "has" left the club. Michael Theo has not been removed from the official Brisbane Roar website. -->
 
<!-- Michael Theo "has" left the club. Michael Theo has not been removed from the official Brisbane Roar website. -->
 
 
{{Fs start}}
 
{{Fs start}}
 
{{Fs player|no= 3|nat=AUS|pos=DF|name=[[Luke DeVere]]}}
 
{{Fs player|no= 3|nat=AUS|pos=DF|name=[[Luke DeVere]]}}

Shannon McIlroy

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References: add 2010 Comm Games team navbox

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{{reflist}}
 
{{reflist}}
   
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{{2010 New Zealand Commonwealth Games team}}
 
{{2014 New Zealand Commonwealth Games team}}
 
{{2014 New Zealand Commonwealth Games team}}
 
{{2018 New Zealand Commonwealth Games team}}
 
{{2018 New Zealand Commonwealth Games team}}

Lock (water navigation)

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MOS

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{{merge from|Control lock|date=January 2018}}
 
{{Multiple issues|
 
{{Multiple issues|
{{refimprove|date=September 2016}}
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{{more citations needed|date=September 2016}}
 
{{lead too short|date=September 2016}}
 
{{lead too short|date=September 2016}}
 
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{{distinguish|Loch}}
 
 
[[File:Lock and cottage on Aylesbury Arm of Grand Union - geograph.org.uk - 112420.jpg|thumb|Canal lock and lock-keeper's cottage on the Aylesbury Arm of the [[Grand Union Canal]] at [[Marsworth]] in Hertfordshire, England]]
 
[[File:Lock and cottage on Aylesbury Arm of Grand Union - geograph.org.uk - 112420.jpg|thumb|Canal lock and lock-keeper's cottage on the Aylesbury Arm of the [[Grand Union Canal]] at [[Marsworth]] in Hertfordshire, England]]
 
[[File:HeidelbergLock2.jpg|thumb|Lock on the River [[Neckar]] at [[Heidelberg]] in [[Germany]]]]
 
[[File:HeidelbergLock2.jpg|thumb|Lock on the River [[Neckar]] at [[Heidelberg]] in [[Germany]]]]
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The [[List of locks and dams of the Upper Mississippi River|29 locks]] on the [[Mississippi River]] are typically {{convert|600|ft|m}} long while tug and barge combinations are as much as {{convert|1200|ft|m}} long consisting of as many as 15 barges and one tug. In these cases, some of the barges are locked through, using partially opened lock valves to create a current to pull the un-powered barges out of the lock where they are tied up to wait for the rest of the barges and the tug to pass through the lock. It can take as much as an hour and a half to pass the lock.
 
The [[List of locks and dams of the Upper Mississippi River|29 locks]] on the [[Mississippi River]] are typically {{convert|600|ft|m}} long while tug and barge combinations are as much as {{convert|1200|ft|m}} long consisting of as many as 15 barges and one tug. In these cases, some of the barges are locked through, using partially opened lock valves to create a current to pull the un-powered barges out of the lock where they are tied up to wait for the rest of the barges and the tug to pass through the lock. It can take as much as an hour and a half to pass the lock.
 
   
 
The gates of a [[Guillotine lock]] work in a way similar to a sluice gate, but most [[Lock (water transport)|canal lock]] gates are hinged to swing like doors.
 
The gates of a [[Guillotine lock]] work in a way similar to a sluice gate, but most [[Lock (water transport)|canal lock]] gates are hinged to swing like doors.
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Locks-2.jpg|Lock emptied for maintenance – high water end of the lock.
 
Locks-2.jpg|Lock emptied for maintenance – high water end of the lock.
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
 
   
 
=== Van gate ===
 
=== Van gate ===
[[file:Vannsluse.svg|thumb| <br> A van gate <br> 1: Tube connecting the chamber to the high water side of the sluice <br>2: Gates to regulate the water level in the chamber <br>3: Tube connecting the chamber to the low water side of the sluice <br>4: The chamber in which the water level can be controlled <br>5 Door with larger surface <br>6: Door with smaller surface. <br> ]]
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[[file:Vannsluse.svg|thumb|<br> A van gate <br> 1: Tube connecting the chamber to the high water side of the sluice <br>2: Gates to regulate the water level in the chamber <br>3: Tube connecting the chamber to the low water side of the sluice <br>4: The chamber in which the water level can be controlled <br>5 Door with larger surface <br>6: Door with smaller surface. <br>]]
   
 
This type of gate was a Dutch invention in the early 19th century. The Van gate has the special property that it can open in the direction of high water solely using water pressure. This gate type was primarily used to purposely flood certain regions, for instance in the case of the [[Hollandic Water Line]]. Nowadays this type of gate can still be found in a few places, for example in [[Gouda, South Holland|Gouda]].
 
This type of gate was a Dutch invention in the early 19th century. The Van gate has the special property that it can open in the direction of high water solely using water pressure. This gate type was primarily used to purposely flood certain regions, for instance in the case of the [[Hollandic Water Line]]. Nowadays this type of gate can still be found in a few places, for example in [[Gouda, South Holland|Gouda]].
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The natural extension of the Staunch was to provide an upper gate (or pair of gates) to form an intermediate "pound" which was all that need be emptied when a boat passed through. This type of lock, called a [[pound lock]] was known in Imperial [[China]] and [[Europe]].<ref>Frank Gardner Moore "Three Canal Projects, Roman and Byzantine." ''American Journal of Archaeology'', 54, (1950), 97–111 (99)</ref>
 
The natural extension of the Staunch was to provide an upper gate (or pair of gates) to form an intermediate "pound" which was all that need be emptied when a boat passed through. This type of lock, called a [[pound lock]] was known in Imperial [[China]] and [[Europe]].<ref>Frank Gardner Moore "Three Canal Projects, Roman and Byzantine." ''American Journal of Archaeology'', 54, (1950), 97–111 (99)</ref>
   
Pound locks were first used in medieval [[China]] during the [[Song Dynasty]] (960&ndash;1279 AD).The Songshi or History of the Song Dynasty, volume 307, biography 66, records how Qiao Weiyue, a high-ranking tax administrator, was frustrated at the frequent losses incurred when his grain barges were wrecked on the West River near Huai'an in Jiangsu. The soldiers at one double slipway, he discovered, had plotted with bandits to wreck heavy imperial barges so that they could steal the spilled grain. In 984 Qiao installed a pair of sluice-gates two hundred and fifty feet apart, the entire structure roofed over like a building. By siting two staunch gates so close by one another, Qiao had created a short stretch of canal, effectively a pound-lock, filled from the canal above by raising individual wooden baulks in the top gate and emptied into the canal below by lowering baulks in the top gate and raising ones in the lower.<ref name="needham volume 4 part 3 351"/>
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Pound locks were first used in medieval [[China]] during the [[Song Dynasty]] (960&ndash;1279 AD).The Songshi or History of the Song Dynasty, volume 307, biography 66, records how Qiao Weiyue, a high-ranking tax administrator, was frustrated at the frequent losses incurred when his grain barges were wrecked on the West River near Huai'an in Jiangsu. The soldiers at one double slipway, he discovered, had plotted with bandits to wreck heavy imperial barges so that they could steal the spilled grain. In 984 Qiao installed a pair of sluice-gates two hundred and fifty feet apart, the entire structure roofed over like a building. By siting two staunch gates so close by one another, Qiao had created a short stretch of canal, effectively a pound-lock, filled from the canal above by raising individual wooden baulks in the top gate and emptied into the canal below by lowering baulks in the top gate and raising ones in the lower.<ref name="needham volume 4 part 3 351"/>
 
[[File:Monkey-Marsh-lock-by-John-Lloyd.jpg|thumb|left|The turf-sided [[Monkey Marsh Lock]] on the Kennet & Avon Canal at [[Thatcham]]]]
 
[[File:Monkey-Marsh-lock-by-John-Lloyd.jpg|thumb|left|The turf-sided [[Monkey Marsh Lock]] on the Kennet & Avon Canal at [[Thatcham]]]]
   
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=== Hydro-pneumatic canal lift ===
 
=== Hydro-pneumatic canal lift ===
Possibly inspired by Weldon's caisson lock, [[Sir William Congreve, 2nd Baronet|William Congreve]] in 1813 patented a "hydro-pneumatic double balance lock" in which two adjacent locks containing [[Caisson (engineering)|pneumatic caissons]] could be raised and lowered in counterbalance by the movement of compressed air from one caisson to the other. In about 1817 the [[Regents Canal|Regents Canal Company]] built one of these locks at the site of the present-day [[Camden Lock]], north London. Here the motivation was, again, water supply problems. The company insisted on various modifications to Congreve's design; the resulting installation proved to be unsatisfactory, and was soon replaced by conventional locks.<ref>{{cite web | title=Congreve's Hydro-Pneumatic Canal Lift – A Humbug! | work=London Canals | url=http://www.londoncanals.co.uk/history/cgrv.html | accessdate=25 September 2013 | deadurl=yes | archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20130927132632/http://www.londoncanals.co.uk/history/cgrv.html | archivedate=27 September 2013 | df= }}</ref><ref>Faulkner, Alan (2005): ''The Regent's Canal: London's Hidden Waterway''. Waterways World Ltd. {{ISBN|1-870002-59-8}}.</ref>
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Possibly inspired by Weldon's caisson lock, [[Sir William Congreve, 2nd Baronet|William Congreve]] in 1813 patented a "hydro-pneumatic double balance lock" in which two adjacent locks containing [[Caisson (engineering)|pneumatic caissons]] could be raised and lowered in counterbalance by the movement of compressed air from one caisson to the other. In about 1817 the [[Regents Canal|Regents Canal Company]] built one of these locks at the site of the present-day [[Camden Lock]], north London. Here the motivation was, again, water supply problems. The company insisted on various modifications to Congreve's design; the resulting installation proved to be unsatisfactory, and was soon replaced by conventional locks.<ref>{{cite web | title=Congreve's Hydro-Pneumatic Canal Lift – A Humbug! | work=London Canals | url=http://www.londoncanals.co.uk/history/cgrv.html | accessdate=25 September 2013 | deadurl=yes | archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20130927132632/http://www.londoncanals.co.uk/history/cgrv.html | archivedate=27 September 2013 | df= }}</ref><ref>Faulkner, Alan (2005): ''The Regent's Canal: London's Hidden Waterway''. Waterways World Ltd. {{ISBN|1-870002-59-8}}.</ref>
   
 
===Shaft lock===
 
===Shaft lock===

Bell Witch (band)

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'''Other releases'''
 
'''Other releases'''
* ''[[Demo 2011]]'' (various labels, 2011)
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;'''February 27''': The newly formed [[Abraham Lincoln Brigade|Abraham Lincoln Battalion]], part of the IBs, consisting mostly of North Americans had arrived at the Jarama front February 13; they are ordered to carry out a suicidal attack. 127 men die and more than 200 are wounded. Responsibility for poorly planned attack lies on Brigade Commander Copic, who refuses to see the wounded leader of the "Lincolns", [[Robert Hale Merriman]], after the disastrous, failed action.
 
;'''February 27''': The newly formed [[Abraham Lincoln Brigade|Abraham Lincoln Battalion]], part of the IBs, consisting mostly of North Americans had arrived at the Jarama front February 13; they are ordered to carry out a suicidal attack. 127 men die and more than 200 are wounded. Responsibility for poorly planned attack lies on Brigade Commander Copic, who refuses to see the wounded leader of the "Lincolns", [[Robert Hale Merriman]], after the disastrous, failed action.
   
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;'''March 5''': First council of the PCE ([[Communist Party of Spain (main)|Communist Party of Spain]]) in the war. The PCE makes a declaration in favor of democracy and against revolution and [[Trotskyism]]. The delegates sharply attack the government and the [[Confederación Nacional del Trabajo|CNT]].
 
;'''March 5''': First council of the PCE ([[Communist Party of Spain (main)|Communist Party of Spain]]) in the war. The PCE makes a declaration in favor of democracy and against revolution and [[Trotskyism]]. The delegates sharply attack the government and the [[Confederación Nacional del Trabajo|CNT]].
   

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'''Hassan''' is a town and the district headquarters of [[Hassan district]] in the [[India]]n [[States of India|state]] of [[Karnataka]]. The town is situated {{convert|980|m|abbr=on}} above sea level.<ref>{{cite web |title=Elevation of Hassan town, Karnataka|url=http://elevationmap.net/main-block-of-mce-rangoli-halla-hassan-karnataka-573201-india?latlngs=(13.0237274,76.10216420000006)|accessdate=15 December 2017}}</ref> It is named after the [[Hasanamba temple]].<ref>{{cite web|last=Karnataka|first=Travel|title=Hassan is situated 934 mts above sea level|url=http://travel2karnataka.com/bangalore.htm|publisher=Travel Karnataka|accessdate=17 July 2013}}</ref> Hassan is {{convert|183|km}} west of [[Bangalore]], {{convert|119| km}} north of [[Mysore]], and {{convert|171|km}} east of [[Mangalore]] by road. The urban population in 2011 was 133,436.<ref name="Census"/>
 
'''Hassan''' is a town and the district headquarters of [[Hassan district]] in the [[India]]n [[States of India|state]] of [[Karnataka]]. The town is situated {{convert|980|m|abbr=on}} above sea level.<ref>{{cite web |title=Elevation of Hassan town, Karnataka|url=http://elevationmap.net/main-block-of-mce-rangoli-halla-hassan-karnataka-573201-india?latlngs=(13.0237274,76.10216420000006)|accessdate=15 December 2017}}</ref> It is named after the [[Hasanamba temple]].<ref>{{cite web|last=Karnataka|first=Travel|title=Hassan is situated 934 mts above sea level|url=http://travel2karnataka.com/bangalore.htm|publisher=Travel Karnataka|accessdate=17 July 2013}}</ref> Hassan is {{convert|183|km}} west of [[Bangalore]], {{convert|119| km}} north of [[Mysore]], and {{convert|171|km}} east of [[Mangalore]] by road. The urban population in 2011 was 133,436.<ref name="Census"/>
 
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[[File:Hassan Park.jpg|thumb|City park in Hassan]]
 
== History ==
 
== History ==
 
Hassan dates from beginnings of the [[Hoysala Empire]] in the 11th century.<ref name=EB1911>{{cite EB1911 |wstitle=Hassan |volume=13 |page=51}}</ref><ref>{{cite book|last1=Muthanna|first1=I. M.|title=Karnataka, History, Administration & Culture|date=1962|page=21|url=https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=uCYdAAAAMAAJ|language=en}}</ref>
 
Hassan dates from beginnings of the [[Hoysala Empire]] in the 11th century.<ref name=EB1911>{{cite EB1911 |wstitle=Hassan |volume=13 |page=51}}</ref><ref>{{cite book|last1=Muthanna|first1=I. M.|title=Karnataka, History, Administration & Culture|date=1962|page=21|url=https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=uCYdAAAAMAAJ|language=en}}</ref>
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[[File:Hassan, Karnataka, India; young women fetching water Wellcome L0073328.jpg|thumb|Hassan in 1900]]
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As of the 2011 [[2011 Census of India|Indian census]],<ref name="Census">{{cite web|url=http://www.censusindia.gov.in/pca/SearchDetails.aspx?Id=701044|title=2011 Primary Census Abstract Data, Population Finder, Karnataka, Hassan, Hassan|accessdate=2017-07-01|publisher=Office of the Registrar General & Census Commissioner, India}}</ref> the town of Hassan had an urban population of 133,436. Males were 49.5% of the population and females 50.5%. The average literacy rate was 80.8%. Male literacy was 82.7%, and female literacy was 78.9%. 10.1% of the population was under the age of 7.
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== Demographics ==
 
[[File:Hassan, Karnataka, India; young women fetching water Wellcome L0073328.jpg|thumb|Hassan in 1900]]
 
As of the 2011 [[2011 Census of India|Indian census]],<ref name="Census">{{cite web|url=http://www.censusindia.gov.in/pca/SearchDetails.aspx?Id=701044|title=2011 Primary Census Abstract Data, Population Finder, Karnataka, Hassan, Hassan|accessdate=2017-07-01|publisher=Office of the Registrar General & Census Commissioner, India}}</ref> the town of Hassan had an urban population of 133,436. Males were 49.5% of the population and females 50.5%. The average literacy rate was 80.8%. Male literacy was 82.7%, and female literacy was 78.9%. 10.1% of the population was under the age of 7.
 
==Transport==
 
===Road===
 
Hassan is connected by [[List of National Highways in India|National Highway]] NH-75 which connects capital city [[Bangalore]] and port city [[Mangalore]].
 
   
 
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User talk:DJKing101/sandbox

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Kallang

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The area of what is now Kallang first appeared in a 1830 survey map of [[Singapore]] as "Kilang". By 1838, the place name was spelled as "Kelang". The modern-day "Kallang" is in use since 1842,<ref>https://books.google.com.sg/books?id=cpA4DwAAQBAJ&pg=PA253&lpg=PA253&dq=kallang+airport+nas&source=bl&ots=rl8LWkdtkW&sig=qs2f2cEWkGcaKwV6AwWaeiuIxao&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwj9gf7F873YAhUMKY8KHQi3AF4Q6AEIYDAN#v=onepage&q=kallang%20airport%20nas&f=false</ref> even though the alternative spelling "Kalang" also appeared in some instances.
 
The area of what is now Kallang first appeared in a 1830 survey map of [[Singapore]] as "Kilang". By 1838, the place name was spelled as "Kelang". The modern-day "Kallang" is in use since 1842,<ref>https://books.google.com.sg/books?id=cpA4DwAAQBAJ&pg=PA253&lpg=PA253&dq=kallang+airport+nas&source=bl&ots=rl8LWkdtkW&sig=qs2f2cEWkGcaKwV6AwWaeiuIxao&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwj9gf7F873YAhUMKY8KHQi3AF4Q6AEIYDAN#v=onepage&q=kallang%20airport%20nas&f=false</ref> even though the alternative spelling "Kalang" also appeared in some instances.
   
"Kallang" is an old [[Malay language|Malay]] reference to a particular group of the ''orang laut'' ("people of the sea"), called ''orang biduanda kallang'', who lived in the vicinity of the [[Kallang River]] and [[Singapore River]]. At the time of [[Stamford Raffles|Raffles']] [[Founding of modern Singapore#Raffles' landing and arrival|landing]] in 1819, there were about 500 ''orang biduanda kallang''. In 1824, the [[Temenggung]] resettled the ''orang biduanda kallang'' to the [[Pulai River]] in [[Johor]], [[Malaysia]]. They consisted of about 100 families. However, in 1847, most of them died of a smallpox epidemic. By 1848, the ''orang kallang'' were virtually extinct.<ref>https://roots.sg/Content/Places/landmarks/jalan-besar-heritage-trail/kallang-basin</ref>
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"Kallang" is an old [[Malay language|Malay]] reference to a particular group of the ''orang laut'' ("people of the sea"), called ''orang biduanda kallang'', who lived in the vicinity of the [[Kallang River]] and [[Singapore River]]. At the time of [[Stamford Raffles|Raffles']] [[Founding of modern Singapore#Raffles' landing and arrival|landing]] in 1819, there were about 500 ''orang biduanda kallang''. In 1824, the [[Temenggung]] resettled the ''orang biduanda kallang'' to the [[Pulai River]] in [[Johor]], [[Malaysia]]. They consisted of about 100 families. However, in 1847, most of them died of a smallpox epidemic. By 1848, the ''orang biduanda kallang'' were virtually extinct.<ref>https://roots.sg/Content/Places/landmarks/jalan-besar-heritage-trail/kallang-basin</ref>
   
 
There are other possible origins for this particular place name. "Kallang" may also be a corruption of the Malay word ''kilang'', meaning "mill" or "factory". There were [[sawmill]]s and [[rice huller]]s here. Another explanation for the origin of "Kallang" is that it is derived from ''galang'', which means "to put a boat on wooden stocks or rollers", an appropriate term as the Kallang area sits on the confluence of multiple [[List of waterways in Singapore|waterways]].
 
There are other possible origins for this particular place name. "Kallang" may also be a corruption of the Malay word ''kilang'', meaning "mill" or "factory". There were [[sawmill]]s and [[rice huller]]s here. Another explanation for the origin of "Kallang" is that it is derived from ''galang'', which means "to put a boat on wooden stocks or rollers", an appropriate term as the Kallang area sits on the confluence of multiple [[List of waterways in Singapore|waterways]].

Dylan Napa

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'''Dylan Hercules Napa''' (born 13 November 1992) is a [[Cook Islands national rugby league team|Cook Islands international]] [[rugby league]] footballer who plays for the [[Sydney Roosters]] in the [[National Rugby League]]. He plays as a [[Prop forward|prop]].
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'''Dylan Napa''' (born 13 November 1992) is a [[Cook Islands national rugby league team|Cook Islands international]] [[rugby league]] footballer who plays for the [[Sydney Roosters]] in the [[National Rugby League]]. He plays as a [[Prop forward|prop]].
   
 
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Talk:David Hogg (activist)

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:When we're [https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=David_Hogg_(activist)&diff=833160688&oldid=833160115 falsely accusing] a living minor of throwing fighting words at the President's son, yet nobody notices it hiding in plain sight for weeks among the other crap, we have a deeply-troubled section that's better burned than mismanaged. [[User:InedibleHulk|InedibleHulk]] [[User_Talk:InedibleHulk|(talk)]] 00:40, [[March 30]], [[2018]] (UTC)
 
:When we're [https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=David_Hogg_(activist)&diff=833160688&oldid=833160115 falsely accusing] a living minor of throwing fighting words at the President's son, yet nobody notices it hiding in plain sight for weeks among the other crap, we have a deeply-troubled section that's better burned than mismanaged. [[User:InedibleHulk|InedibleHulk]] [[User_Talk:InedibleHulk|(talk)]] 00:40, [[March 30]], [[2018]] (UTC)
 
*No no no--this is still all over the place. It's a very salient fact. Snopes and FactCheck have reported on it, as have basically all the reliable sources in the US. This one single sentence deserves in the lead. Try Google News: the supposed Hitler salute is on the first page. Given the number of lies and the amount of inane repetition of these lies, this needs to stay. [[User:Drmies|Drmies]] ([[User talk:Drmies|talk]]) 16:01, 30 March 2018 (UTC)
 
*No no no--this is still all over the place. It's a very salient fact. Snopes and FactCheck have reported on it, as have basically all the reliable sources in the US. This one single sentence deserves in the lead. Try Google News: the supposed Hitler salute is on the first page. Given the number of lies and the amount of inane repetition of these lies, this needs to stay. [[User:Drmies|Drmies]] ([[User talk:Drmies|talk]]) 16:01, 30 March 2018 (UTC)
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:::You use Snopes and the Hitler salute here. I get a [[UserTalk:Trackinfo#Discretionary sanctions alerts for gun control and BLPs|horse head in my bed]] for using Snopes and posting the same content. [[User:Trackinfo|Trackinfo]] ([[User talk:Trackinfo|talk]]) 07:05, 31 March 2018 (UTC)
 
::I agree with {{u|Drmies}}. There is no good reason to remove the conspiracy theories there are plethora of reliable sources that demonstrate notability. The problem here is everyone is so focused on the conspiracies that the rest of Hogg's story is neglected. Therefore an undue weight is placed on this section, as the most edited section which grows larger. The best way to help achieve a neutral point of view is concentrate on everything else. '''Did anyone, for example, notice that this page makes no mention of [[March for Our Lives]]?''' DON'T FEED THE TROLLS. Make sure the section is verifiable and reserve your efforts and time to working on the rest.[[User:Coffeeandcrumbs|Coffeeandcrumbs]] ([[User talk:Coffeeandcrumbs|talk]]) 19:04, 30 March 2018 (UTC)
 
::I agree with {{u|Drmies}}. There is no good reason to remove the conspiracy theories there are plethora of reliable sources that demonstrate notability. The problem here is everyone is so focused on the conspiracies that the rest of Hogg's story is neglected. Therefore an undue weight is placed on this section, as the most edited section which grows larger. The best way to help achieve a neutral point of view is concentrate on everything else. '''Did anyone, for example, notice that this page makes no mention of [[March for Our Lives]]?''' DON'T FEED THE TROLLS. Make sure the section is verifiable and reserve your efforts and time to working on the rest.[[User:Coffeeandcrumbs|Coffeeandcrumbs]] ([[User talk:Coffeeandcrumbs|talk]]) 19:04, 30 March 2018 (UTC)
 
:::I don't think it should be included, although Hogg himself should personally confirm his date of birth to finally end the "controversy". The [[Death of Adolf Hitler]] article for example does not mention conspiracy theories about the defeated leader allegedly escaping to South America on a U-Boat, despite this theory being all over the Internet. ([[User:PatLaffan|PatLaffan]] ([[User talk:PatLaffan|talk]]) 22:17, 30 March 2018 (UTC))
 
:::I don't think it should be included, although Hogg himself should personally confirm his date of birth to finally end the "controversy". The [[Death of Adolf Hitler]] article for example does not mention conspiracy theories about the defeated leader allegedly escaping to South America on a U-Boat, despite this theory being all over the Internet. ([[User:PatLaffan|PatLaffan]] ([[User talk:PatLaffan|talk]]) 22:17, 30 March 2018 (UTC))

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*2013: He participated in the Eurocup clio at 2013 and his best result was 14th at the races of Aragon. He finished 33rd in the championship with bad equipment.{{Citation needed|date=December 2017}}
 
*2014: He finished 3rd at the Moroccan championship M2 division, participating in the half of the races.{{Citation needed|date=December 2017}}
 
*2014: He finished 3rd at the Moroccan championship M2 division, participating in the half of the races.{{Citation needed|date=December 2017}}
 
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Zedd discography

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| — || — || — || — || — || — || —{{efn|group=upper-alpha|"Candyman" did not enter the [[Official New Zealand Music Chart|NZ Top 40 Singles Chart]], but peaked at number 9 on the NZ Heatseekers chart.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://nztop40.co.nz/chart/singles?chart=4211|title=NZ Heatseekers Singles Chart|publisher=[[Recorded Music NZ]]|date=28 March 2016|accessdate=25 March 2016}}</ref>}} || — || — || —
 
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Ryan Reeves (character)

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Gwent Local History Council

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:'''Nominator's rationale:''' Too little content and there is no scheme of [[:Category:Rights holders by industry trade group]]. ―[[User:Koavf|Justin (<span style="color:grey">ko'''a'''vf</span>)]]<span style="color:red">❤[[User talk:Koavf|T]]☮[[Special:Contributions/Koavf|C]]☺[[Special:Emailuser/Koavf|M]]☯</span> 00:52, 23 March 2018 (UTC)
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==== Category:Songs about Libanon ====
 
==== Category:Songs about Libanon ====

User:Nardog/sandbox/10

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| ◌̜<ref>The obsolete lowered diacritic is shown, or identified, as the left half ring {{angbr|{{IPA|◌̜}}}}, now standing for less rounded, by some, and as the [[ogonek]] {{angbr|{{IPA|◌̨}}}} by others {{harv|Whitley|2003|p=84 n.&nbsp;2}}.</ref>
 
| ◌̜<ref>The obsolete lowered diacritic is shown, or identified, as the left half ring {{angbr|{{IPA|◌̜}}}}, now standing for less rounded, by some, and as the [[ogonek]] {{angbr|{{IPA|◌̨}}}} by others {{harv|Whitley|2003|p=84 n.&nbsp;2}}.</ref>
 
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Mighty Cat Masked Niyander

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Broadcast

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| October 5, 2015<ref name=sonicyoutube>{{cite web|title=Mighty Cat Masked Niyander Tai Tai Fish|url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NEo5kqykdPY|via=[[Youtube]]|publisher=Nick India|accessdate=November 17, 2017|date=October 11, 2015|quote=Mighty Cat Masked Niyander brand new series starts 5th October Monday 4.30 PM on Sonic}}</ref><ref>{{cite tweet |user=SonicGang |number=653461624662069248 |date=October 11, 2015 |title=This not so common cat is coming to end all problems! #MightyCatMaskedNiyander #Niyander}}</ref> - Current
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| October 5, 2015<ref name=sonicyoutube>{{cite web|title=Mighty Cat Masked Niyander Tai Tai Fish|url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NEo5kqykdPY|via=[[Youtube]]|publisher=Nick India|accessdate=November 17, 2017|date=October 11, 2015|quote=Mighty Cat Masked Niyander brand new series starts 5th October Monday 4.30 PM on Sonic}}</ref><ref>{{cite tweet |user=SonicGang |number=653461624662069248 |date=October 11, 2015 |title=This not so common cat is coming to end all problems! #MightyCatMaskedNiyander #Niyander}}</ref> , 27th December 2017- Present
 
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History of the Canadian Army

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{{Main|Canada in the Korean War}}
 
{{Main|Canada in the Korean War}}
 
[[File:Korean War Memorial Wall black & white.jpg|thumb|[[Korean War Memorial Wall (Canada)|Korean War Memorial Wall]].]]
 
[[File:Korean War Memorial Wall black & white.jpg|thumb|[[Korean War Memorial Wall (Canada)|Korean War Memorial Wall]].]]
Canada sent 26,791 Canadians to serve in the [[Korean War]], with 7,000 more remaining to supervise the ceasefire until the end of 1955. Of these 1,558 became casualties, including 516 deaths, most due to combat.<ref>[http://www.korean-war.com/canada.html korean-war.com] {{webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20090421092814/http://www.korean-war.com/canada.html |date=2009-04-21 }} Accessed 23 June 2006.</ref> Canada's participation included several naval vessels and aircraft, in addition to the [[25th Canadian Infantry Brigade]] which served as part of the [[1st Commonwealth Division]]. The first Canadian unit to see action in Korea was the Princess Patrica's regiment in the Battle of Kapyong on 22-23 April 1951 when a Chinese assault caused a South Korean division to collapse in the Kapyong valley, leading to the Princess Patrica's regiment being sent in to hold the line.{{sfn|Morton|1999|p=235}} The rest of 25th Infantry Brigade arrived in South Korea on 25 May 1951, and joined the Commonwealth Division in the summer.{{sfn|Morton|1999|p=235}} The 25th Brigade fitted in well with the British, Australian and New Zealand soldiers of the Commonwealth Division fighting for the Crown on the war-scarred hills of Korea.{{sfn|Morton|1999|p=235}}
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Canada sent 26,791 Canadians to serve in the [[Korean War]], with 7,000 more remaining to supervise the ceasefire until the end of 1955. Of these 1,558 became casualties, including 516 deaths, most due to combat.<ref>[http://www.korean-war.com/canada.html korean-war.com] {{webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20090421092814/http://www.korean-war.com/canada.html |date=2009-04-21 }} Accessed 23 June 2006.</ref> Canada's participation included several naval vessels and aircraft, in addition to the [[25th Canadian Infantry Brigade]] which served as part of the [[1st Commonwealth Division]]. The first Canadian unit to see action in Korea was the Princess Patrica's regiment in the Battle of Kapyong on 22-25 April 1951 when a Chinese assault caused a South Korean division to collapse in the Kapyong valley, leading to the Princess Patrica's regiment being sent with British, Australian and New Zealand units in to hold the line.{{sfn|Morton|1999|p=235}} The successful defence of the Kaypong valley caused the "Princess Pats" a presidential citation from President Truman, the time that a Canadian unit had been so honored.{{sfn|Morton|1999|p=235}} The rest of 25th Infantry Brigade arrived in South Korea on 25 May 1951, and joined the Commonwealth Division in the summer.{{sfn|Morton|1999|p=235}} The 25th Brigade fitted in well with the British, Australian and New Zealand soldiers of the Commonwealth Division fighting for the Crown on the war-scarred hills of Korea.{{sfn|Morton|1999|p=235}}
   
 
Canada's military was revitalized as a result of the Korean War. A planned changeover to US-designed weapons equipment had been planned for the 1950s, but the emergency in Korea forced the use of war stocks of Second World War–vintage British-designed weapons. On 5 February 1951, at a time when the Chinese were advancing in Korea, the Defence Minister, Brooke Claxton, announced in the House of Commons an emergency military budget of $5 billion dollars which committed the government to raise an infantry division within the next three years and committed a brigade to Europe at once.{{sfn|Morton|1999|p=237}} At the time, it was believed that Stalin had ordered the North Korean invasion of South Korea in June 1950 as a part of an diversion to tie down Western forces in Korea as a prelude to a Soviet invasion of West Germany.{{sfn|Morton|1999|p=236}} Consequently, Canada followed the United States in increasing forces for the defence of West Germany instead of South Korea during the Korean War.{{sfn|Morton|1999|p=236}}
 
Canada's military was revitalized as a result of the Korean War. A planned changeover to US-designed weapons equipment had been planned for the 1950s, but the emergency in Korea forced the use of war stocks of Second World War–vintage British-designed weapons. On 5 February 1951, at a time when the Chinese were advancing in Korea, the Defence Minister, Brooke Claxton, announced in the House of Commons an emergency military budget of $5 billion dollars which committed the government to raise an infantry division within the next three years and committed a brigade to Europe at once.{{sfn|Morton|1999|p=237}} At the time, it was believed that Stalin had ordered the North Korean invasion of South Korea in June 1950 as a part of an diversion to tie down Western forces in Korea as a prelude to a Soviet invasion of West Germany.{{sfn|Morton|1999|p=236}} Consequently, Canada followed the United States in increasing forces for the defence of West Germany instead of South Korea during the Korean War.{{sfn|Morton|1999|p=236}}

United States Department of State

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|employees = 13,000 [[United States Foreign Service|Foreign Service]] employees<br/>11,000 [[United States civil service|Civil Service]] employees<br/>45,000 local employees<ref>Foreign Service local employees. {{cite web |url=http://careers.state.gov/learn/what-we-do/mission |title=What We Do: Mission |accessdate=2014-07-23}}</ref>
 
|employees = 13,000 [[United States Foreign Service|Foreign Service]] employees<br/>11,000 [[United States civil service|Civil Service]] employees<br/>45,000 local employees<ref>Foreign Service local employees. {{cite web |url=http://careers.state.gov/learn/what-we-do/mission |title=What We Do: Mission |accessdate=2014-07-23}}</ref>
 
|budget = $47.4 billion (FY 2015; including $26.5 billion for State and $21.0 billion for international assistance)<ref>{{cite web|last1=Office of Management and Budget|title=Table 5.2—Budget Authority by Agency: 1976–2021|url=https://obamawhitehouse.archives.gov/sites/default/files/omb/budget/fy2017/assets/hist05z2.xls|website=Obama White House Archives|publisher=US government|accessdate=1 March 2017}}</ref>
 
|budget = $47.4 billion (FY 2015; including $26.5 billion for State and $21.0 billion for international assistance)<ref>{{cite web|last1=Office of Management and Budget|title=Table 5.2—Budget Authority by Agency: 1976–2021|url=https://obamawhitehouse.archives.gov/sites/default/files/omb/budget/fy2017/assets/hist05z2.xls|website=Obama White House Archives|publisher=US government|accessdate=1 March 2017}}</ref>
|chief1_name = [[Mike Pompeo]]
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|chief1_position = [[United States Secretary of State|Secretary]]
 
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|chief2_name = [[John J. Sullivan (American lawyer)|John Sullivan]]
 
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The '''United States Department of State''' ('''DOS'''),<ref>http://2001-2009.state.gov/g/oes/rlnks/gl/</ref> often referred to as the '''State Department''', is the [[United States federal executive departments|United States federal executive department]] that advises the President and represents the country in [[international affairs]] and foreign policy issues.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.usa.gov/federal-agencies/department-of-state|title=Department of State {{!}} USAGov|website=www.usa.gov|access-date=2016-11-24}}</ref> Equivalent to the [[foreign ministry]] of other countries, the State Department is responsible for the [[international relations]] of the [[United States]], negotiates treaties and agreements with foreign entities, and represents the United States at the [[United Nations]]. The Department was created in 1789 and was the first executive department established.<ref>{{Cite web|url = https://history.state.gov/departmenthistory/short-history/framework|title = A New Framework for Foreign Affairs|date = March 14, 2015|accessdate = March 14, 2015|website = A Short History of the Department of State|publisher = U.S. Department of State|last = |first = }}</ref>
 
The '''United States Department of State''' ('''DOS'''),<ref>http://2001-2009.state.gov/g/oes/rlnks/gl/</ref> often referred to as the '''State Department''', is the [[United States federal executive departments|United States federal executive department]] that advises the President and represents the country in [[international affairs]] and foreign policy issues.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.usa.gov/federal-agencies/department-of-state|title=Department of State {{!}} USAGov|website=www.usa.gov|access-date=2016-11-24}}</ref> Equivalent to the [[foreign ministry]] of other countries, the State Department is responsible for the [[international relations]] of the [[United States]], negotiates treaties and agreements with foreign entities, and represents the United States at the [[United Nations]]. The Department was created in 1789 and was the first executive department established.<ref>{{Cite web|url = https://history.state.gov/departmenthistory/short-history/framework|title = A New Framework for Foreign Affairs|date = March 14, 2015|accessdate = March 14, 2015|website = A Short History of the Department of State|publisher = U.S. Department of State|last = |first = }}</ref>

Memory of the Future

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| This single = "'''Memory of the Future'''"<br/>(2012)
 
| This single = "'''Memory of the Future'''"<br/>(2012)
 
| Next single = "[[Axis (song)|Axis]]" <br>(2013)
 
| Next single = "[[Axis (song)|Axis]]" <br>(2013)
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"'''Memory of the Future'''" is a song by English [[electronic music]] duo [[Pet Shop Boys]] from their eleventh studio album, ''[[Elysium (Pet Shop Boys album)|Elysium]]''. It was released as the album's third and final single on 31 December 2012.<ref>{{cite web|title=Memory Of The Future single|url=http://www.petshopboysshop.co.uk/petshopboys/CD-Singles/Memory-of-the-Future/1MFO0286000?back=petshopboys%2FCD-Singles%2F|publisher=Pet Shop Boys Partnership|accessdate=4 August 2013}}</ref>
 
"'''Memory of the Future'''" is a song by English [[electronic music]] duo [[Pet Shop Boys]] from their eleventh studio album, ''[[Elysium (Pet Shop Boys album)|Elysium]]''. It was released as the album's third and final single on 31 December 2012.<ref>{{cite web|title=Memory Of The Future single|url=http://www.petshopboysshop.co.uk/petshopboys/CD-Singles/Memory-of-the-Future/1MFO0286000?back=petshopboys%2FCD-Singles%2F|publisher=Pet Shop Boys Partnership|accessdate=4 August 2013}}</ref>

Universidad del Tolima

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#redirect[[University of Tolima]]

List of the oldest living state leaders

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|[[Ravan A. G. Farhâdi]]||{{flagcountry|Islamic State of Afghanistan}}||[[Prime Minister of Afghanistan|Prime Minister]] (1997–2001)||23 August 1929||{{ayd|1929|8|23}}||[https://twitter.com/MahmoudSaikal/status/861007702062911488 2017-05-06]
 
|[[Ravan A. G. Farhâdi]]||{{flagcountry|Islamic State of Afghanistan}}||[[Prime Minister of Afghanistan|Prime Minister]] (1997–2001)||23 August 1929||{{ayd|1929|8|23}}||[https://twitter.com/MahmoudSaikal/status/861007702062911488 2017-05-06]
 
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|[[Thomas Remengesau Sr.]]||{{flag|Palau}}||[[President of Palau|President]] (1985; 1988–1989)||28 November 1929||{{ayd|1929|11|28}}||{{citation needed|date=March 2018}}
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|[[Thomas Remengesau Sr.]]||{{flag|Palau}}||[[President of Palau|President]] (1985; 1988–1989)||28 November 1929||{{ayd|1929|11|28}}||[http://www.mvariety.com/regional-news/palaupacific-news/32242-palau-hosts-5th-micronesian-traditional-leaders-conference 2010-11-24]
 
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2010 Japan women's national football team

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The 15:17 to Paris

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| cinematography = [[Tom Stern (cinematographer)|Tom Stern]]
 
| cinematography = [[Tom Stern (cinematographer)|Tom Stern]]
 
| editing = Blu Murray
 
| editing = Blu Murray

Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences

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== Methodology and data holdings ==
 
== Methodology and data holdings ==
 
The ICES data repository consists of patient-level, coded and [[Record linkage|linkable health records]]. It includes publicly-funded administrative health services records for the Ontario population eligible for universal health coverage since 1986, within Ontario's population of 13.7 million (as of 2016).<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.fin.gov.on.ca/en/economy/ecupdates/factsheet.html|title=Ontario Fact Sheet|last=|first=|date=September 2016|website=|publisher=Ontario Ministry of Finance|access-date=2016-10-12}}</ref> Through partnerships, the data repository also securely links data from a variety of health surveys and registries.<ref name=":1">{{Cite web|url=http://www.ices.on.ca/Data-and-Privacy/ICES-data|title=ICES Data|website=www.ices.on.ca|access-date=2016-10-12}}</ref> By linking the different data sets together using anonymous numeric [[unique identifier]]s, ICES scientists track different aspects of health service use and patient outcomes over time and across the province.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.ices.on.ca/Data-and-Privacy/ICES-data/Working-with-ICES-Data|title=Working with ICES Data|website=www.ices.on.ca|access-date=2016-10-12}}</ref>
 
The ICES data repository consists of patient-level, coded and [[Record linkage|linkable health records]]. It includes publicly-funded administrative health services records for the Ontario population eligible for universal health coverage since 1986, within Ontario's population of 13.7 million (as of 2016).<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.fin.gov.on.ca/en/economy/ecupdates/factsheet.html|title=Ontario Fact Sheet|last=|first=|date=September 2016|website=|publisher=Ontario Ministry of Finance|access-date=2016-10-12}}</ref> Through partnerships, the data repository also securely links data from a variety of health surveys and registries.<ref name=":1">{{Cite web|url=http://www.ices.on.ca/Data-and-Privacy/ICES-data|title=ICES Data|website=www.ices.on.ca|access-date=2016-10-12}}</ref> By linking the different data sets together using anonymous numeric [[unique identifier]]s, ICES scientists track different aspects of health service use and patient outcomes over time and across the province.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.ices.on.ca/Data-and-Privacy/ICES-data/Working-with-ICES-Data|title=Working with ICES Data|website=www.ices.on.ca|access-date=2016-10-12}}</ref>
 
The records in ICES data reflect the day-to-day use of the health care system by people in Ontario. These include physician drug claims submitted to the Ontario Health Insurance Plan, medical drug claims submitted to the Ontario Drug Benefit Program in accordance with Ontario's [[Pharmaceutical policy|pharmaceutical policies]], discharge summaries of [[inpatient care]] during hospital stays and [[emergency department]] visits and claims for [[home care]], [[long-term care]] and other services.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.ices.on.ca/Data-and-Privacy/ICES-data/Types-of-ICES-Data|title=Types of ICES Data|website=www.ices.on.ca|access-date=2016-10-12}}</ref>
 
 
Some of ICES' linked databases include:<ref name=":1" />
 
* [[Department of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship|Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada]] (IRCC)'s Permanent Resident Database
 
* [[Canadian Institute for Health Information]] (CIHI)'s Discharge Abstract Database (DAD)
 
* Electronic Medical Records Administrative Linked Database (EMRALD)
 
* CIHI's National Ambulatory Care Reporting System (NACRS)
 
* [[Cancer Care Ontario]] (CCO)'s Ontario Cancer Registry (OCR)
 
* MOHLTC's Ontario Drug Benefit Claims (ODB)
 
* Ontario Diabetes Database (ODD)
 
* MOHLTC's Ontario Hospital Insurance Plan Claims Database (OHIP)
 
* Registry of the [[Canadian Stroke Network]] (RCSN)
 
* MOHLTC's Registered Persons Database (RPDB)
 
   
 
== Examples of research impact ==
 
== Examples of research impact ==

Philip Billing

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==International career==
 
==International career==
Billing is Denmark youth international having represented the [[Denmark national under-19 football team|U19]] and [[Denmark national under-21 football team|U21]] teams.
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Billing was born in Denmark and is of Nigerian descent.<ref>https://ekstrabladet.dk/sport/fodbold/udenlandsk_fodbold/engelsk_fodbold/PremierLeague/ikke-god-nok-til-u21-nu-kan-han-blive-sommerens-dyreste-dansker/6751552</ref> Billing is Denmark youth international having represented the [[Denmark national under-19 football team|U19]] and [[Denmark national under-21 football team|U21]] teams.
   
 
He made his single appearance for the U19s on 4 September 2014, as a substitute in their 2–1 win over [[Norway national under-19 football team]] in [[Lyngdal]].<ref name="u19">{{cite web|title=Landsholdsdatabasen spiller information|url=https://www.dbu.dk/landshold/Landsholdsdatabasen/LBasePlayerInfo.aspx?playerid=7495&teamtypeid=2164#match|website=DBU|accessdate=25 September 2017|language=Danish}}</ref> On 9 March 2017, he was called up to the Denmark under-20 team to face the Czech Republic under-20 team and the [[Romania national under-20 football team]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.htafc.com/news/article/2016-17/huddersfield-town-phillip-billing-denmark-under-20s-3616579.aspx|title=BILLING RECEIVES FIRST DENMARK U20 CALL-UP|date=9 March 2017|accessdate=9 March 2017|language=English|author=David Threlfall-Sykes|publisher=htafc.com}}</ref> He earned his first cap for the U21 team in a [[2019 UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualification|qualifying match]] for the [[2019 UEFA European Under-21 Championship|2019 European Championship]] against the [[Faroe Islands national under-21 football team|Faroe Islands]] on 31 August 2017; it ended in a 3–0 win. He again featured a week later in another qualifying match, which the team won 6–0 against [[Lithuania national under-21 football team|Lithuania]].<ref name="u21">{{cite web|title=Landsholdsdatabasen spiller information|url=https://www.dbu.dk/landshold/Landsholdsdatabasen/LBasePlayerInfo.aspx?playerid=7495&teamtypeid=1889#match|website=DBU|accessdate=25 September 2017|language=Danish}}</ref>
 
He made his single appearance for the U19s on 4 September 2014, as a substitute in their 2–1 win over [[Norway national under-19 football team]] in [[Lyngdal]].<ref name="u19">{{cite web|title=Landsholdsdatabasen spiller information|url=https://www.dbu.dk/landshold/Landsholdsdatabasen/LBasePlayerInfo.aspx?playerid=7495&teamtypeid=2164#match|website=DBU|accessdate=25 September 2017|language=Danish}}</ref> On 9 March 2017, he was called up to the Denmark under-20 team to face the Czech Republic under-20 team and the [[Romania national under-20 football team]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.htafc.com/news/article/2016-17/huddersfield-town-phillip-billing-denmark-under-20s-3616579.aspx|title=BILLING RECEIVES FIRST DENMARK U20 CALL-UP|date=9 March 2017|accessdate=9 March 2017|language=English|author=David Threlfall-Sykes|publisher=htafc.com}}</ref> He earned his first cap for the U21 team in a [[2019 UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualification|qualifying match]] for the [[2019 UEFA European Under-21 Championship|2019 European Championship]] against the [[Faroe Islands national under-21 football team|Faroe Islands]] on 31 August 2017; it ended in a 3–0 win. He again featured a week later in another qualifying match, which the team won 6–0 against [[Lithuania national under-21 football team|Lithuania]].<ref name="u21">{{cite web|title=Landsholdsdatabasen spiller information|url=https://www.dbu.dk/landshold/Landsholdsdatabasen/LBasePlayerInfo.aspx?playerid=7495&teamtypeid=1889#match|website=DBU|accessdate=25 September 2017|language=Danish}}</ref>
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2017–18 Brisbane Roar FC season

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<small>Correct as of 27 March 2018 – players' numbers as per the official Brisbane Roar website</small><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.brisbaneroar.com.au/team/a_league |title=Brisbane Roar Players |publisher=Brisbane Roar FC |accessdate=21 August 2014}}</ref>
 
<small>Correct as of 27 March 2018 – players' numbers as per the official Brisbane Roar website</small><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.brisbaneroar.com.au/team/a_league |title=Brisbane Roar Players |publisher=Brisbane Roar FC |accessdate=21 August 2014}}</ref>
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Noida Metro

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THQ

Posted: 31 Mar 2018 12:04 AM PDT

Reverted 1 edit by 2600:1700:75A0:980:49D0:6ED2:9E7E:256C: That does not make them a successor to THQ; successor means that it was founded because the previous company defuncted, but Nordic Games was active long before the demise and the name change happened even later. (TW)

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| foundation = {{start date and age|1989}} (as Trinity Acquisition Corporation)<ref name="THQ history">{{cite web|title=Investor Relations|url=http://investor.thq.com/phoenix.zhtml?c=96376&p=irol-faq | publisher=THQ.Inc|accessdate=November 9, 2012}}</ref><br>[[New York (state)|New York]], [[United States|U.S.]]
 
| foundation = {{start date and age|1989}} (as Trinity Acquisition Corporation)<ref name="THQ history">{{cite web|title=Investor Relations|url=http://investor.thq.com/phoenix.zhtml?c=96376&p=irol-faq | publisher=THQ.Inc|accessdate=November 9, 2012}}</ref><br>[[New York (state)|New York]], [[United States|U.S.]]
 
| location_city = [[Agoura Hills, California|Agoura Hills]], [[California]]
 
| location_city = [[Agoura Hills, California|Agoura Hills]], [[California]]
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Jan Khan

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References: add 2010 Comm Games team navbox

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User:Gaff/Marsh shrew draft

Posted: 31 Mar 2018 12:04 AM PDT

Redirect per Wikipedia:WikiProject_Abandoned_Drafts

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Talk:All Dogs Go to Heaven (video game)

Posted: 31 Mar 2018 12:04 AM PDT

Assessment: Video games: class=Redirect, importance=, -screenshot (assisted)

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Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Gwent Local History Council

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Closing discussion, result was Delete

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The result was '''Delete'''. [[User:Michig|Michig]] ([[User talk:Michig|talk]]) 07:04, 31 March 2018 (UTC)
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*'''Delete'''.No RS here. [[User:Deathlibrarian|Deathlibrarian]] ([[User talk:Deathlibrarian|talk]]) 07:25, 26 March 2018 (UTC)
 
*'''Delete'''.No RS here. [[User:Deathlibrarian|Deathlibrarian]] ([[User talk:Deathlibrarian|talk]]) 07:25, 26 March 2018 (UTC)
 
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User:Legacypac/CSD log

Posted: 31 Mar 2018 12:04 AM PDT

Logging speedy deletion nomination of Draft:WellyBlanco. (TW)

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# [[:Draft:OGA & Chafic (rappers)]]: [[WP:CSD#G11|CSD G11]] ({{tl|db-spam}}); notified {{user|1=Frank Dagher}} 07:01, 31 March 2018 (UTC)
 
# [[:Draft:Draco Wave]]: [[WP:CSD#G6|CSD G6]] ({{tl|db-g6}}) 07:02, 31 March 2018 (UTC)
 
# [[:Draft:Draco Wave]]: [[WP:CSD#G6|CSD G6]] ({{tl|db-g6}}) 07:02, 31 March 2018 (UTC)
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# [[:Draft:WellyBlanco]]: [[WP:CSD#G11|CSD G11]] ({{tl|db-spam}}); notified {{user|1=Wr jordan}} 07:04, 31 March 2018 (UTC)

User:Allen Lee foulk

Posted: 31 Mar 2018 12:04 AM PDT

User account Allen Lee foulk was created