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Lee Clark (footballer)

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Newcastle United: shore for sure

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==Club career==
 
==Club career==
 
===Newcastle United===
 
===Newcastle United===
Born in [[Wallsend]], [[North Tyneside]],<ref name="Hugman"/> Clark started his career at the club he supported as a boy, [[Newcastle United F.C.|Newcastle United]] coming up through the [[Newcastle United F.C. Reserves and Academy|youth system]] at the club. In 1993, he was part of the Newcastle side promoted to the [[Premier League]] as [[1992–93 Football League#First Division|champions]] and then helped them finish runners-up [[1995–96 FA Premier League|two seasons]] in a row. During the [[1995–96 FA Premier League|1995-96 Premier League]] season Newcastle United were pipped to the title by [[Manchester United]].<ref name=nufc1996RunIn>{{cite web | url = https://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/lee-clark-book-launch-kevin-12066658 | title = Why Kevin Keegan was wrong to drop me in 1996 title run-in | last = Ryder | first = Lee | date = 24 October 2016 | website = chroniclelive.co.uk | publisher = chroniclelive | access-date = 22 March 2018 | quote = }}</ref> After a game where Newcastle United drew 3-3 away at Manchester City,<ref name=nufc1996RunIn/> Newcastle United purchased defensive midfielder [[David Batty]] to sure up the team defensively and Clark, more of an attacking midfielder, lost his place in the side.<ref name=nufc1996RunIn/> Clark reasons that this was a mistake that hurt the team dynamic that was working, and that this decision may have cost Newcastle United the title.<ref name=nufc1996RunIn/> To back up his claim, Clark cited and compared the form of Newcastle United from January 1996 until he was dropped for defensive midfielder Batty; against the form of Newcastle United in the remaining 11 games when Clark was absent.<ref name=nufc1996RunIn/> Clark made nearly 200 appearances scoring 23 goals for Newcastle in his first spell at the club.{{citation needed|date=April 2017}}
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Born in [[Wallsend]], [[North Tyneside]],<ref name="Hugman"/> Clark started his career at the club he supported as a boy, [[Newcastle United F.C.|Newcastle United]] coming up through the [[Newcastle United F.C. Reserves and Academy|youth system]] at the club. In 1993, he was part of the Newcastle side promoted to the [[Premier League]] as [[1992–93 Football League#First Division|champions]] and then helped them finish runners-up [[1995–96 FA Premier League|two seasons]] in a row. During the [[1995–96 FA Premier League|1995-96 Premier League]] season Newcastle United were pipped to the title by [[Manchester United]].<ref name=nufc1996RunIn>{{cite web | url = https://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/lee-clark-book-launch-kevin-12066658 | title = Why Kevin Keegan was wrong to drop me in 1996 title run-in | last = Ryder | first = Lee | date = 24 October 2016 | website = chroniclelive.co.uk | publisher = chroniclelive | access-date = 22 March 2018 | quote = }}</ref> After a game where Newcastle United drew 3-3 away at Manchester City,<ref name=nufc1996RunIn/> Newcastle United purchased defensive midfielder [[David Batty]] to shore up the team defensively and Clark, more of an attacking midfielder, lost his place in the side.<ref name=nufc1996RunIn/> Clark reasons that this was a mistake that hurt the team dynamic that was working, and that this decision may have cost Newcastle United the title.<ref name=nufc1996RunIn/> To back up his claim, Clark cited and compared the form of Newcastle United from January 1996 until he was dropped for defensive midfielder Batty; against the form of Newcastle United in the remaining 11 games when Clark was absent.<ref name=nufc1996RunIn/> Clark made nearly 200 appearances scoring 23 goals for Newcastle in his first spell at the club.{{citation needed|date=April 2017}}
   
 
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===Sunderland===

General Mariano Alvarez

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Holy Family
 
Holy Family
 
Barangay Poblacion 2
 
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Last Sunday of December
 
Last Sunday of December
 
Immaculate Concepcion
 
Immaculate Concepcion

Captain Midnight broadcast signal intrusion

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==Investigation==
Galaxy 1 carried HBO on transponder 23 at a rate of 125 watts, with relay signals sent out at 6,385 [[Hertz#SI multiples|MHz]]. [[Mother Jones (magazine)|''Mother Jones'']] magazine determined that MacDougall could have potentially taken over the signals of three additional satellites. He could have taken over the network feed of [[CBS]] had he positioned his satellite dish at the [[Telstar 301]] satellite, operated by [[AT&T]], tuned at 6,065&nbsp;MHz. He also could have taken over the foreign language feed of the [[Voice of America]] network by aiming his satellite dish at 72 degrees west longitude. The final theorized hijacking would have been aiming his satellite dish at 100 degrees west longitude, above the [[Galápagos Islands]], with a frequency setting of 293.375&nbsp;MHz, thereby jamming the signal of [[United States Navy]] satellite Fleetsatcom 1. The magazine also posited that an amateur hobbyist could hijack the satellites that alerted American military forces to Soviet actions, creating confusion for world leaders and placing the world at risk of nuclear destruction.<ref name="motherjones" />
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Galaxy 1 carried HBO on transponder 23 at a rate of 125 watts, with relay signals sent out at 6,385 [[Hertz#SI multiples|MHz]]. [[Mother Jones (magazine)|''Mother Jones'']] magazine determined that MacDougall could have potentially taken over the signals of three additional satellites. He could have taken control of the network feed of [[CBS]] had he positioned his satellite dish at the [[Telstar 301]] satellite, operated by [[AT&T]], tuned at 6,065&nbsp;MHz. He also could have taken over the foreign language feed of the [[Voice of America]] network by aiming his satellite dish at 72 degrees west longitude. The final theorized hijacking would have been aiming his satellite dish at 100 degrees west longitude, above the [[Galápagos Islands]], with a frequency setting of 293.375&nbsp;MHz, thereby jamming the signal of [[United States Navy]] satellite Fleetsatcom 1. The magazine also posited that an amateur hobbyist could hijack the satellites that alerted American military forces to Soviet actions, creating confusion for world leaders and placing the world at risk of nuclear destruction.<ref name="motherjones" />
   
 
Although the intrusion caused minor annoyance to viewers,<ref name=bargainconfirmed/> HBO contacted the [[Federal Communications Commission]] (FCC) and announced that the hijacker would face prosecution.<ref name=timemay1986 /> The commission's chief, Richard Smith, assembled staff in his office for an emergency meeting at the FCC headquarters eight hours after the intrusion to discuss how the culprit should be caught.<ref name=orlandonov86/> On April 28 the chairman of HBO, [[Michael J. Fuchs]], wrote to the FCC saying the company had received calls threatening to place Galaxy 1 into a different orbit,<ref name="Time" /> but the company was unable to determine whether these were credible threats or not.{{sfn|Williams|2010|p=552–553}} Fuchs's letter additionally urged the commission to use all of its resources to capture the culprit.<ref name="Time" /> In the days after the jamming, more than 200 people called the [[Federal Bureau of Investigation]] (FBI) to "confess" that they were Captain Midnight.<ref name="forbeshijacker"/><ref name=mentalflossfeb2016/>
 
Although the intrusion caused minor annoyance to viewers,<ref name=bargainconfirmed/> HBO contacted the [[Federal Communications Commission]] (FCC) and announced that the hijacker would face prosecution.<ref name=timemay1986 /> The commission's chief, Richard Smith, assembled staff in his office for an emergency meeting at the FCC headquarters eight hours after the intrusion to discuss how the culprit should be caught.<ref name=orlandonov86/> On April 28 the chairman of HBO, [[Michael J. Fuchs]], wrote to the FCC saying the company had received calls threatening to place Galaxy 1 into a different orbit,<ref name="Time" /> but the company was unable to determine whether these were credible threats or not.{{sfn|Williams|2010|p=552–553}} Fuchs's letter additionally urged the commission to use all of its resources to capture the culprit.<ref name="Time" /> In the days after the jamming, more than 200 people called the [[Federal Bureau of Investigation]] (FBI) to "confess" that they were Captain Midnight.<ref name="forbeshijacker"/><ref name=mentalflossfeb2016/>

User:Drm310/CSD log

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Miranda Gibson

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On 14 December 2011, Gibson climbed up a {{convert|60|m|ft|abbr=on}} old-growth [[Eucalyptus delegatensis]] tree in the heart of Tasmania's southern [[Rainforest|virgin rainforest]].<ref>{{cite web |url=https://observertree.org/ |title=Media Release: The world celebrates the success of community action to protect forests |date=24 June 2013 |work=The Observer Tree |access-date=14 October 2017 |archiveurl=https://archive.is/20171014041614/https://observertree.org/2013/06/24/media-release-the-world-celebrates-the-success-of-community-action-to-protect-forests/ |archivedate=14 October 2017 |deadurl=no |df=dmy-all }}</ref> Gibson vowed to stay until the forest in the [[Styx Valley]] was protected. The area was imminently due to be logged by a Malaysian company, Ta Ann, despite being part of the area supposed to be protected under the fraught [http://australia.gov.au/AGOSP/global_site/library/documents/Tasmanian_Forests_Intergovernmental_Agreement.pdf Forests Intergovernmental Agreement] (IGA), an "agreement that promised an 'immediate conservation agreement' to cover 430,000&nbsp;hectares of forest."<ref>{{cite web |url=http://news.mongabay.com/2013/0306-gibson-tasmania.html?ndxpg |title=Wildfire forces anti-logging activist from tree after 449-day vigil |last= |first= |date= |work=Mongabay |access-date=2 June 2013 |archiveurl=https://archive.is/20130629221117/http://news.mongabay.com/2013/0306-gibson-tasmania.html?ndxpg |archivedate=29 June 2013 |deadurl=yes |df=dmy-all }}</ref> The area is "one of the biggest untouched tracts of temperate rainforest left in the southern hemisphere," according to [[The Guardian]].<ref>{{cite web |url=https://www.theguardian.com/environment/blog/2012/apr/12/tasmania-forest-destruction |title=Tree-top vigil highlights destruction of Tasmanian forest |last=Birch |first=Simon |date=12 April 2012 |work=[[The Guardian]] |access-date=14 October 2017 |archiveurl=https://archive.is/20171014042113/https://www.theguardian.com/environment/blog/2012/apr/12/tasmania-forest-destruction |archivedate=14 October 2017 |deadurl=no |df=dmy-all }}</ref>
 
On 14 December 2011, Gibson climbed up a {{convert|60|m|ft|abbr=on}} old-growth [[Eucalyptus delegatensis]] tree in the heart of Tasmania's southern [[Rainforest|virgin rainforest]].<ref>{{cite web |url=https://observertree.org/ |title=Media Release: The world celebrates the success of community action to protect forests |date=24 June 2013 |work=The Observer Tree |access-date=14 October 2017 |archiveurl=https://archive.is/20171014041614/https://observertree.org/2013/06/24/media-release-the-world-celebrates-the-success-of-community-action-to-protect-forests/ |archivedate=14 October 2017 |deadurl=no |df=dmy-all }}</ref> Gibson vowed to stay until the forest in the [[Styx Valley]] was protected. The area was imminently due to be logged by a Malaysian company, Ta Ann, despite being part of the area supposed to be protected under the fraught [http://australia.gov.au/AGOSP/global_site/library/documents/Tasmanian_Forests_Intergovernmental_Agreement.pdf Forests Intergovernmental Agreement] (IGA), an "agreement that promised an 'immediate conservation agreement' to cover 430,000&nbsp;hectares of forest."<ref>{{cite web |url=http://news.mongabay.com/2013/0306-gibson-tasmania.html?ndxpg |title=Wildfire forces anti-logging activist from tree after 449-day vigil |last= |first= |date= |work=Mongabay |access-date=2 June 2013 |archiveurl=https://archive.is/20130629221117/http://news.mongabay.com/2013/0306-gibson-tasmania.html?ndxpg |archivedate=29 June 2013 |deadurl=yes |df=dmy-all }}</ref> The area is "one of the biggest untouched tracts of temperate rainforest left in the southern hemisphere," according to [[The Guardian]].<ref>{{cite web |url=https://www.theguardian.com/environment/blog/2012/apr/12/tasmania-forest-destruction |title=Tree-top vigil highlights destruction of Tasmanian forest |last=Birch |first=Simon |date=12 April 2012 |work=[[The Guardian]] |access-date=14 October 2017 |archiveurl=https://archive.is/20171014042113/https://www.theguardian.com/environment/blog/2012/apr/12/tasmania-forest-destruction |archivedate=14 October 2017 |deadurl=no |df=dmy-all }}</ref>
   
Gibson "endured snow, hail and gale-force winds."<ref name=womensday>{{cite web |url=http://womansday.ninemsn.com.au/lifestyle/truelifestories/8506688/mirandas-treetop-vigil-ive-spent-299-days-up-here |title=Miranda's treetop vigil: I've spent 299 days up here |last=Williams |first=Glen |date=30 July 2012 |work=[[Woman's Day (Australian magazine)|Women's Day]] |access-date=2 June 2013 |archiveurl=https://archive.is/20130630201326/http://womansday.ninemsn.com.au/lifestyle/truelifestories/8506688/mirandas-treetop-vigil-ive-spent-299-days-up-here |archivedate=30 June 2013 |deadurl=yes |df=dmy-all }}</ref> She used a [[composting toilet]], and slept under a [[Tarpaulin|tarp]]. A solar-powered computer and satellite technology enabled her to address environmental conferences from the tree.<ref name =womensday/>
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Gibson "endured snow, hail and gale-force winds."<ref name=womensday>{{cite web |url=http://womansday.ninemsn.com.au/lifestyle/truelifestories/8506688/mirandas-treetop-vigil-ive-spent-299-days-up-here |title=Miranda's treetop vigil: I've spent 299 days up here |last=Williams |first=Glen |date=30 July 2012 |work=[[Woman's Day (Australian magazine)|Women's Day]] |access-date=2 June 2013 |archiveurl=https://archive.is/20130630201326/http://womansday.ninemsn.com.au/lifestyle/truelifestories/8506688/mirandas-treetop-vigil-ive-spent-299-days-up-here |archivedate=30 June 2013 |deadurl=yes |df=dmy-all }}</ref> She used a [[composting toilet]], and slept under a [[Tarpaulin|tarp]]. A solar-powered computer and satellite technology enabled her to address environmental conferences from the tree. Her tree sit broke the previous record of 208 days, which was set in 1995.<ref name =womensday/>
   
 
She was forced down from the tree after 15&nbsp;months due to a bushfire.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/21698875 |title=Australian tree-sitter ends 15-month protest after bushfire |date=7 March 2013 |work=[[BBC News]] |access-date=14 October 2017 |archiveurl=https://archive.is/20171014042637/http://www.bbc.com/news/21698875 |archivedate=14 October 2017 |deadurl=no |df=dmy-all }}</ref>
 
She was forced down from the tree after 15&nbsp;months due to a bushfire.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/21698875 |title=Australian tree-sitter ends 15-month protest after bushfire |date=7 March 2013 |work=[[BBC News]] |access-date=14 October 2017 |archiveurl=https://archive.is/20171014042637/http://www.bbc.com/news/21698875 |archivedate=14 October 2017 |deadurl=no |df=dmy-all }}</ref>

Vivekanandar Illam

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[[File:Vivekanandar Illam.jpg|thumb|300px|Vivekanandar Illam]]'''Vivekanandar Illam''' ({{lang-ta|விவேகானந்தர் இல்லம்}}) or '''Vivekananda House'''<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.vivekanandahouse.org |title=Vivekananda House}}</ref> ({{lang-ta|விவேகானந்தர் வீடு}}), earlier known as Ice House or Castle Kernan at [[Chennai]], [[India]] is an important place for the Ramakrishna Movement in South India. It is remembered as the place where [[Swami Vivekananda]] stayed for nine days when he visited Chennai (dinesh) in 1897. Vivekananda House now houses a Permanent Exhibition on Indian Culture and Swamiji's Life, maintained by the [http://ChennaiMath.org Chennai branch] of the [[Ramakrishna Math]] and is a source of inspiration to thousands of people who visit it every year.
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[[File:Vivekanandar Illam.jpg|thumb|300px|Vivekanandar Illam]]'''Vivekanandar Illam''' ({{lang-ta|விவேகானந்தர் இல்லம்}}) or '''Vivekananda House'''<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.vivekanandahouse.org |title=Vivekananda House}}</ref> ({{lang-ta|விவேகானந்தர் வீடு}}), earlier known as Ice House or Castle Kernan at [[Chennai]], [[India]] is an important place for the Ramakrishna Movement in South India. It is remembered as the place where [[Swami Vivekananda]] stayed for nine days when he visited Chennai in 1897. Vivekananda House now houses a Permanent Exhibition on Indian Culture and Swamiji's Life, maintained by the [http://ChennaiMath.org Chennai branch] of the [[Ramakrishna Math]] and is a source of inspiration to thousands of people who visit it every year.
   
 
==History==
 
==History==

Quo Vadis, Captain Chandler?

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==Plot==
Among the latest batch of wounded brought to the 4077th is a pilot, Captain Arnold Chandler ([[Alan Fudge]]), who believes himself to be Jesus Christ. Majors [[Frank Burns (M*A*S*H character)|Burns]] and [[Margaret Houlihan|Houlihan]] believe he is faking battle fatigue to earn a medical discharge, and set to prove this with the help of Army intelligence officer Colonel Flagg ([[Edward Winter (actor)|Edward Winter]]). Hawkeye and [[B.J. Hunnicutt|B.J.]] call on [[Sidney Freedman|Dr. Sidney Freedman]] ([[Allan Arbus]]) to help treat Chandler.
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Among the latest batch of wounded brought to the 4077th is a pilot, Captain Arnold Chandler ([[Alan Fudge]]), who believes himself to be [[Jesus|Jesus Christ]]. Majors [[Frank Burns (M*A*S*H character)|Burns]] and [[Margaret Houlihan|Houlihan]] believe he is faking battle fatigue to earn a medical discharge, and set to prove this with the help of Army intelligence officer [[List of M*A*S*H characters#Sam Flagg|Colonel Flagg]] ([[Edward Winter (actor)|Edward Winter]]). [[Hawkeye Pierce|Hawkeye]] and [[B.J. Hunnicutt|B.J.]] call on [[Sidney Freedman|Dr. Sidney Freedman]] ([[Allan Arbus]]) to help treat Chandler.
   
 
Near the end of the episode, company clerk [[Radar O'Reilly]] asks Chandler to bless his teddy bear. Chandler blesses the bear and also blesses Radar, who reveals for the first time in the series that his first name is actually Walter.
 
Near the end of the episode, company clerk [[Radar O'Reilly]] asks Chandler to bless his teddy bear. Chandler blesses the bear and also blesses Radar, who reveals for the first time in the series that his first name is actually Walter.

User talk:152.79.255.195

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Ibrahim al Qosi

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In December 2015, al Qosi (as '''Sheikh Khubayb al Sudani''') was featured in a video released by [[al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula]], which he reportedly joined in 2014. The footage showed him and other al-Qaeda veterans encouraging "[[Lone wolf (terrorism)|individual jihad]]".<ref name="exgtmo">{{cite web|last1=Joscelyn|first1=Thomas|title=Ex-Guantanamo detainee now an al Qaeda leader in Yemen|url=http://www.longwarjournal.org/archives/2015/12/ex-guantanamo-detainee-now-an-al-qaeda-leader-in-yemen.php|website=Long War Journal|publisher=Long War Journal|accessdate=10 December 2015}}</ref>
 
In December 2015, al Qosi (as '''Sheikh Khubayb al Sudani''') was featured in a video released by [[al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula]], which he reportedly joined in 2014. The footage showed him and other al-Qaeda veterans encouraging "[[Lone wolf (terrorism)|individual jihad]]".<ref name="exgtmo">{{cite web|last1=Joscelyn|first1=Thomas|title=Ex-Guantanamo detainee now an al Qaeda leader in Yemen|url=http://www.longwarjournal.org/archives/2015/12/ex-guantanamo-detainee-now-an-al-qaeda-leader-in-yemen.php|website=Long War Journal|publisher=Long War Journal|accessdate=10 December 2015}}</ref>
   
He gave a 12-page interview on the life and legacy of Osama bin Ladin in the AQAP magazine "Inspire" Spring 2016 issue (#15). The detail he provided indicates a depth of knowledge on the selection and training of the 9/11 hijackers and again called for "Lone Wolf" attacks against the US.<ref>{{cite web|title=Inspire Magazine, issue #15|url=https://azelin.files.wordpress.com/2016/05/inspire-magazine-15.pdf|website=Jihadology.net|accessdate=18 May 2016}}</ref>
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He gave a 12-page interview on the life and legacy of Osama bin Ladin in the AQAP magazine "Inspire" Spring 2016 issue (#15). The detail he provided indicates a depth of knowledge on the selection and training of the 9/11 highjackers and again called for "Lone Wolf" attacks against the US.<ref>{{cite web|title=Inspire Magazine, issue #15|url=https://azelin.files.wordpress.com/2016/05/inspire-magazine-15.pdf|website=Jihadology.net|accessdate=18 May 2016}}</ref>
   
 
==References==
 
==References==

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Space Interferometry Mission

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The '''Space Interferometry Mission''', or '''SIM''', also known as '''SIM Lite''' (formerly known as '''SIM PlanetQuest'''), was a planned [[Space observatory|space telescope]] proposed by the U.S. [[National Aeronautics and Space Administration]] (NASA), in conjunction with contractor [[Northrop Grumman]]. One of the main goals of the mission was the hunt for Earth-sized [[extrasolar planets|planets orbiting in the habitable zones of nearby stars other than the Sun]]. SIM was postponed several times and finally cancelled in 2010.<ref>{{cite web |last1=Mullen |first1=Leslie |title=Rage Against the Dying of the Light |url=http://www.astrobio.net/exclusive/4005/rage-against-the-dying-of-the-light |date=|work=Astrobiology Magazine |accessdate=7 June 2011 }}</ref>
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The '''Space Interferometry Mission''', or '''SIM''', also known as '''SIM Lite''' (formerly known as '''SIM PlanetQuest'''), was a planned [[Space observatory|space telescope]] proposed by the U.S. [[National Aeronautics and Space Administration]] (NASA), in conjunction with contractor [[Northrop Grumman]]. One of the main goals of the mission was the hunt for Earth-sized [[extrasolar planets|planets orbiting in the habitable zones of nearby stars other than the Sun]]. SIM was postponed several times and finally cancelled in 2010.<ref>{{cite web |last1=Mullen |first1=Leslie |title=Rage Against the Dying of the Light |url=http://www.astrobio.net/exclusive/4005/rage-against-the-dying-of-the-light |date=|work=Astrobiology Magazine |accessdate=7 June 2011 }}</ref> In addition to detecting extrasolar planets, SIM would have helped astronomers construct a map of the [[Milky Way galaxy]]. Other important tasks would have included collecting data to help pinpoint stellar masses for specific types of [[star]]s, assisting in the determination of the spatial distribution of [[dark matter]] in the Milky Way and in the local group of galaxies and using the [[gravitational microlensing]] effect to measure the mass of stars. The spacecraft would have used optical [[interferometry]] to accomplish these and other scientific goals.
   
In addition to detecting extrasolar planets, SIM would have helped astronomers construct a map of the [[Milky Way galaxy]]. Other important tasks would have included collecting data to help pinpoint stellar masses for specific types of [[star]]s, assisting in the determination of the spatial distribution of [[dark matter]] in the Milky Way and in the local group of galaxies and using the [[gravitational microlensing]] effect to measure the mass of stars.
 
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The initial contracts for SIM Lite were awarded in 1998, totaling US$200&nbsp;million. Work on the SIM project required scientists and engineers to move through eight specific new technology milestones, and by November 2006, all eight had been completed. SIM Lite was originally proposed for a 2005 launch, aboard an [[Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle]] (EELV). As a result of continued budget cuts, the launch date was pushed back at least five times. NASA had set a preliminary launch date for 2015. As of February 2007, many of the engineers working on the SIM program had moved on to other areas and projects, and NASA directed the project to allocate its resources toward engineering risk reduction. However, the preliminary budget for NASA for 2008 included zero dollars for SIM.<ref>{{Cite web| title=Departments of Commerce and Justice, Science and Related Agencies Appropriations Bill, 2008 |url=http://frwebgate.access.gpo.gov/cgi-bin/getdoc.cgi?dbname=110_cong_reports&docid=f:sr124.110.pdf |format=[[PDF]] |accessdate=7 June 2008}}</ref>
   
The spacecraft would have used optical [[interferometry]] to accomplish these and other scientific goals. This technique collects light with multiple mirrors (in SIM's case, two) which is combined to make an interference pattern which can be very precisely measured.
 
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In 2007, the Congress restored funding for fiscal year 2008 as part of an omnibus appropriations bill which the President later signed. At the same time the Congress directed NASA to move the mission forward to the development phase. In 2009 the project continued its risk reduction work while waiting for the findings and recommendations of the [[Astronomy and Astrophysics Decadal Survey]], Astro2010, performed by the [[National Academy of Sciences]], which would determine the project's future.
   
The initial contracts for SIM Lite were awarded in 1998, totaling US$200&nbsp;million. Work on the SIM project required scientists and engineers to move through eight specific new technology milestones, and by November 2006, all eight had been completed.
 
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In 2010, the Astro2010 Decadal Report was released and did not recommend that NASA continue the development of the SIM Lite Astrometric Observatory. This prompted NASA Astronomy and Physics Director, Jon Morse, to issue a letter on 24 September 2010 to the SIM Lite project manager, informing him that NASA was discontinuing its sponsorship of the SIM Lite mission and directing the project to discontinue Phase B activities immediately or as soon as practical. Accordingly, all SIM Lite activities were closed down by the end of calendar year 2010.
 
SIM Lite was originally proposed for a 2005 launch, aboard an [[Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle]] (EELV). As a result of continued budget cuts, the launch date was pushed back at least five times. NASA had set a preliminary launch date for 2015. As of February 2007, many of the engineers working on the SIM program had moved on to other areas and projects, and NASA directed the project to allocate its resources toward engineering risk reduction. However, the preliminary budget for NASA for 2008 included zero dollars for SIM.<ref>{{Cite web| title=Departments of Commerce and Justice, Science and Related Agencies Appropriations Bill, 2008 |url=http://frwebgate.access.gpo.gov/cgi-bin/getdoc.cgi?dbname=110_cong_reports&docid=f:sr124.110.pdf |format=[[PDF]] |accessdate=7 June 2008}}</ref>
 
 
In December 2007, the Congress restored funding for fiscal year 2008 as part of an omnibus appropriations bill which the President later signed. At the same time the Congress directed NASA to move the mission forward to the development phase. In 2009 the project continued its risk reduction work while waiting for the findings and recommendations of the [[Astronomy and Astrophysics Decadal Survey]], Astro2010, performed by the [[National Academy of Sciences]], which would determine the project's future.
 
 
On 13 August 2010, the Astro2010 Decadal Report was released and did not recommend that NASA continue the development of the SIM Lite Astrometric Observatory. This prompted NASA Astronomy and Physics Director, Jon Morse, to issue a letter on 24 September 2010 to the SIM Lite project manager, informing him that NASA was discontinuing its sponsorship of the SIM Lite mission and directing the project to discontinue Phase B activities immediately or as soon as practical. Accordingly, all SIM Lite activities were closed down by the end of calendar year 2010.
 
   
 
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}}</ref> Despite numerous repetitions of this reaction, an isotope with these decay properties was never found again and hence the exact identity of this activity is unknown.<ref name="04OgJINRPP">
 
}}</ref> Despite numerous repetitions of this reaction, an isotope with these decay properties was never found again and hence the exact identity of this activity is unknown.<ref name="04OgJINRPP">
{{cite journal|last=Oganessian |first=Yu. Ts. |display-authors=etal |date=2004 |title=Measurements of cross sections and decay properties of the isotopes of elements 112, 114, and 116 produced in the fusion reactions <sup>233,238</sup>U, <sup>242</sup>Pu, and <sup>248</sup>Cm + <sup>48</sup>Ca |url=http://www.jinr.ru/publish/Preprints/2004/160(E7-2004-160).pdf |journal=[[Physical Review C]] |volume=70 |issue=6 |page=064609 |bibcode=2004PhRvC..70f4609O |doi=10.1103/PhysRevC.70.064609 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20080528130343/http://www.jinr.ru/publish/Preprints/2004/160%28E7-2004-160%29.pdf |archivedate=28 May 2008 |df= }}</ref> A 2016 paper considered that the most likely assignment of this 1998 chain is to the 2n channel leading to <sup>290</sup>114 and [[electron capture]] to <sup>290</sup>113, which fits well with the systematics and trends across the isotopes of element 114. This would then have been the first report of a decay chain from an isotope of element 113, but it was not recognised as such at the time, and the assignment is still uncertain in the absence of confirmation.<ref name=Hofmann2016>{{cite journal |last=Hofmann |first=S. |last2=Heinz |first2=S. |first3=R. |last3=Mann |first4=J. |last4=Maurer |first5=G. |last5=Münzenberg |first6=S. |last6=Antalic |first7=W. |last7=Barth |first8=H. G. |last8=Burkhard |first9=L. |last9=Dahl |first10=K. |last10=Eberhardt |first11=R. |last11=Grzywacz |first12=J. H. |last12=Hamilton |first13=R. A. |last13=Henderson |first14=J. M. |last14=Kenneally |first15=B. |last15=Kindler |first16=I. |last16=Kojouharov |first17=R. |last17=Lang |first18=B. |last18=Lommel |first19=K. |last19=Miernik |first20=D. |last20=Miller |first21=K. J. |last21=Moody |first22=K. |last22=Morita |first23=K. |last23=Nishio |first24=A. G. |last24=Popeko |first25=J. B. |last25=Roberto |first26=J. |last26=Runke |first27=K. P. |last27=Rykaczewski |first28=S. |last28=Saro |first29=C. |last29=Scheidenberger |first30=H. J. |last30=Schött |first31=D. A. |last31=Shaughnessy |first32=M. A. |last32=Stoyer |first33=P. |last33=Thörle-Popiesch |first34=K. |last34=Tinschert |first35=N. |last35=Trautmann |first36=J. |last36=Uusitalo |first37=A. V. |last37=Yeremin |date=2016 |title=Review of even element super-heavy nuclei and search for element 120 |journal=The European Physics Journal A |volume=2016 |issue=52 |doi=10.1140/epja/i2016-16180-4|bibcode=2016EPJA...52..180H |url=https://zenodo.org/record/897926/files/article.pdf }}</ref> A similar long-lived activity observed by the JINR team in March 1999 in the <sup>242</sup>Pu+<sup>48</sup>Ca reaction may similarly be due to the electron-capture daughter of <sup>287</sup>114, <sup>287</sup>113, but this assignment is likewise tentative.<ref name=EXON/>
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{{cite journal|last=Oganessian |first=Yu. Ts. |display-authors=etal |date=2004 |title=Measurements of cross sections and decay properties of the isotopes of elements 112, 114, and 116 produced in the fusion reactions <sup>233,238</sup>U, <sup>242</sup>Pu, and <sup>248</sup>Cm + <sup>48</sup>Ca |url=http://www.jinr.ru/publish/Preprints/2004/160(E7-2004-160).pdf |journal=[[Physical Review C]] |volume=70 |issue=6 |page=064609 |bibcode=2004PhRvC..70f4609O |doi=10.1103/PhysRevC.70.064609 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20080528130343/http://www.jinr.ru/publish/Preprints/2004/160%28E7-2004-160%29.pdf |archivedate=28 May 2008 |df= }}</ref> A 2016 paper considered that the most likely assignment of this 1998 chain is to the 2n channel leading to <sup>290</sup>114 and [[electron capture]] to <sup>290</sup>113, which fits well with the systematics and trends across the isotopes of element 114. This would then have been the first report of a decay chain from an isotope of element 113, but it was not recognised as such at the time, and the assignment is still uncertain in the absence of confirmation.<ref name=Hofmann2016/> A similar long-lived activity observed by the JINR team in March 1999 in the <sup>242</sup>Pu+<sup>48</sup>Ca reaction may similarly be due to the electron-capture daughter of <sup>287</sup>114, <sup>287</sup>113, but this assignment is likewise tentative.<ref name=EXON/>
   
 
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List of 2018–19 Super Rugby transfers

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| <!--2018--> [[Sef Fa'agase]]<ref name="St.George Queensland Reds lock in six promising youngsters ahead of 2016 season">{{cite press release | url=http://www.redsrugby.com.au/News/NewsArticles/tabid/581/ArticleID/15135/St-George-Queensland-Reds-lock-in-six-promising-youngsters-ahead-of-2016-season.aspx | title=St.George Queensland Reds lock in six promising youngsters ahead of 2016 season | publisher=Queensland Reds | date=30 April 2015 | accessdate=30 April 2015 | archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20160302173209/http://www.redsrugby.com.au/News/NewsArticles/tabid/581/ArticleID/15135/St-George-Queensland-Reds-lock-in-six-promising-youngsters-ahead-of-2016-season.aspx | archivedate=2 March 2016 | deadurl=no | df=dmy-all}}</ref> <br/> Harry Hoopert<ref name="St.George Queensland Reds squad and coaching staff confirmed for 2018 Vodafone Super Rugby season"/> <br/> [[James Slipper]]<ref name="Queensland Rugby re-signs Slipper, Simmons and Frisby ahead of 2016 season">{{cite press release | url=http://www.redsrugby.com.au/News/NewsArticles/tabid/581/ArticleID/15097/Queensland-Rugby-re-signs-Slipper-Simmons-and-Frisby-ahead-of-2016-season.aspx | title=Queensland Rugby re-signs Slipper, Simmons and Frisby ahead of 2016 season | publisher=Queensland Reds | date=24 April 2015 | accessdate=24 April 2015 | archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20160302174052/http://www.redsrugby.com.au/News/NewsArticles/tabid/581/ArticleID/15097/Queensland-Rugby-re-signs-Slipper-Simmons-and-Frisby-ahead-of-2016-season.aspx | archivedate=2 March 2016 | deadurl=no | df=dmy-all}}</ref> <br/> [[Jean-Pierre Smith (rugby union)|JP Smith]]<ref name="St.George Queensland Reds squad and coaching staff confirmed for 2018 Vodafone Super Rugby season"/> <br/> [[Taniela Tupou (rugby union)|Taniela Tupou]]<ref name="Taniela Tupou signs contract extension with St.George Queensland Reds until 2018">{{cite press release | url=http://www.redsrugby.com.au/News/NewsArticles/tabid/581/ArticleID/17082/Taniela-Tupou-signs-contract-extension-with-St-George-Queensland-Reds-until-2018.aspx | title=Taniela Tupou signs contract extension with St.George Queensland Reds until 2018 | publisher=Queensland Reds | date=22 December 2015 | accessdate=22 December 2015 | archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20160302174410/http://www.redsrugby.com.au/News/NewsArticles/tabid/581/ArticleID/17082/Taniela-Tupou-signs-contract-extension-with-St-George-Queensland-Reds-until-2018.aspx | archivedate=2 March 2016 | deadurl=no | df=dmy-all}}</ref> <br/> [[Markus Vanzati]]<ref name="St.George Queensland Reds squad and coaching staff confirmed for 2018 Vodafone Super Rugby season"/>
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| <!--In --> {{subon}} [[Nick Frisby]] <small>(loan return from {{Rut Bordeaux|fb=y}})</small><ref name="Reds halfback Frisby signs for French club">{{cite news | url=https://www.sbs.com.au/news/reds-halfback-frisby-signs-for-french-club | title=Reds halfback Frisby signs for French club | work=SBS | date=16 January 2018 | accessdate=16 January 2018 | archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20180116031918/https://www.sbs.com.au/news/reds-halfback-frisby-signs-for-french-club | archivedate=16 January 2018 | deadurl=no | df=dmy-all}}</ref>
 
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| <!--2019--> [[Nick Frisby]]<ref name="St.George Queensland Reds re-sign scrumhalf Nick Frisby on two-year extension">{{cite press release | url=http://www.redsrugby.com.au/News/NewsArticles/tabid/581/ArticleID/17662/St-George-Queensland-Reds-re-sign-scrumhalf-Nick-Frisby-on-two-year-extension.aspx | title=St.George Queensland Reds re-sign scrumhalf Nick Frisby on two-year extension | publisher=Queensland Reds | date=17 February 2017 | accessdate=17 February 2017 | archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20170217075352/http://www.redsrugby.com.au/News/NewsArticles/tabid/581/ArticleID/17662/St-George-Queensland-Reds-re-sign-scrumhalf-Nick-Frisby-on-two-year-extension.aspx | archivedate=17 February 2017 | deadurl=no | df=dmy-all}}</ref> <br/> [[Tate McDermott]]<ref name="Wessels the key for the next Force step"/>
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2018 Men's Volleyball Thai-Denmark Super League

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Research

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== Etymology ==
 
== Etymology ==
 
[[File:Aristotle Altemps Inv8575.jpg|thumb|150px|[[Aristotle]], (384–322 BC), one of the early figures in the development of the [[scientific method]].<ref>"[https://www.pbs.org/saf/1307/features/knows.htm The Origins of Science]". ''[[Scientific American Frontiers]]''.</ref>]]
 
[[File:Aristotle Altemps Inv8575.jpg|thumb|150px|[[Aristotle]], (384–322 BC), one of the early figures in the development of the [[scientific method]].<ref>"[https://www.pbs.org/saf/1307/features/knows.htm The Origins of Science]". ''[[Scientific American Frontiers]]''.</ref>]]
The word ''research'' is derived from the [[Frch language|Middle French]] "''recherche''", which means "to go about seeking", the term itself being derived from the [[Old French]] term "''recerchier''" a compound word from "re-" + "cerchier", or "sercher", meaning 'search'.<ref name="Merriam_webster">{{cite web |url=http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/research |title="Research" in 'Dictionary' tab |author=Unattributed |work=Merriam Webster (m-w.com)|publisher=Encyclopædia Britannica |accessdate=13 August 2011}}</ref> The earliest recorded use of the term was in 1577.<ref name="Merriam_webster"/>
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The word ''research'' is derived from the [[French language|Middle French]] "''recherche''", which means "to go about seeking", the term itself being derived from the [[Old French]] term "''recerchier''" a compound word from "re-" + "cerchier", or "sercher", meaning 'search'.<ref name="Merriam_webster">{{cite web |url=http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/research |title="Research" in 'Dictionary' tab |author=Unattributed |work=Merriam Webster (m-w.com)|publisher=Encyclopædia Britannica |accessdate=13 August 2011}}</ref> The earliest recorded use of the term was in 1577.<ref name="Merriam_webster"/>
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== Definitions ==
 
== Definitions ==

Ibrahim makama misau

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'''Hon. IBRAHIM MAKAMA MISAU (SP RETIRED)''': The chairman, Makama is a retired and experienced senior Police office; he retired as Superintendent of Police [SP] where he served in many capacities with a high level of responsibilities at home and international assignment.
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'''Ibrahim Makama Misau''' is a Nigerian politician. He is a retired and experienced senior Police office; he retired as Superintendent of Police [SP] where he served in many capacities with a high level of responsibilities at home and international assignment.
   
 
He served as United Nations Police monitor at two different missions, United Nations Civilian Police and United Nations Police Support Group in Crotia Eastern Baranja Region, where he successfully completed his assignment with Outstanding Performance of United Nations rating, and also was awarded with two United Nations Medals.
 
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Makama retired from the Police voluntarily after more than 11 years of meritorious service in 2005.
 
Makama retired from the Police voluntarily after more than 11 years of meritorious service in 2005.
   
Makama joined active Politics immediately after his retirement, and won an election as Member House of Representatives from Misau/Dambam Federal Constituency of Bauchi State as a Parliamentarian Makama served as Member Police Affairs Committee, and also Member National Security Committee from 2007 to 2011.
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Makama joined active Politics immediately after his retirement, and won an election as Member House of Representatives from Misau/Dambam Federal Constituency of Bauchi State as a Parliamentarian Makama served as Member Police Affairs Committee, and also Member National Security Committee from 2007 to 2011.<ref>http://allafrica.com/stories/200902190205.html</ref>
   
 
Makama is a successful businessman, and is serving as Director to many successful and reputable companies.
 
Makama is a successful businessman, and is serving as Director to many successful and reputable companies.
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AJR (band)

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* Jack Evan Met – lead vocals, guitar, melodica, ukulele, drums, percussion, keyboards, synthesizers, samples, programming, trumpet {{small|(2005–present)}}
 
* Jack Evan Met – lead vocals, guitar, melodica, ukulele, drums, percussion, keyboards, synthesizers, samples, programming, trumpet {{small|(2005–present)}}
 
* Ryan Joshua Met – vocals, ukulele, keyboards, synthesizers, trumpet, drums, percussion, samples, programming {{small|(2005–present)}}
 
* Ryan Joshua Met – vocals, ukulele, keyboards, synthesizers, trumpet, drums, percussion, samples, programming {{small|(2005–present)}}
* Alyas Pusa - trumpet, vocals,
 
   
 
== Discography ==
 
== Discography ==

User talk:1.152.104.13

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Bondi Ink Tattoo

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*Bennett Neil (season 1)
 
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List of traffic collisions (2000–present)

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*March 25 – India – Ten people were killed when an [[auto rickshaw]] fell into an agricultural well in [[Telangana]], Southern India.<ref>[https://www.ndtv.com/telangana-news/auto-rickshaw-falls-into-well-killing-10-in-telangana-1828481 Auto Rickshaw Falls Into Well Killing 10 In Telangana]</ref>
 
*March 25 – India – Ten people were killed when an [[auto rickshaw]] fell into an agricultural well in [[Telangana]], Southern India.<ref>[https://www.ndtv.com/telangana-news/auto-rickshaw-falls-into-well-killing-10-in-telangana-1828481 Auto Rickshaw Falls Into Well Killing 10 In Telangana]</ref>
 
*March 25 – Tanzania – 26 people were killed when a bus collided head-on with a truck in the [[Mkuranga District]] in eastern Tanzania.<ref>[https://www.nation.co.ke/news/africa/Tanzania-car-accident/1066-4357600-1yviun/index.html 26 killed, nine injured in Tanzania car crash]</ref>
 
*March 25 – Tanzania – 26 people were killed when a bus collided head-on with a truck in the [[Mkuranga District]] in eastern Tanzania.<ref>[https://www.nation.co.ke/news/africa/Tanzania-car-accident/1066-4357600-1yviun/index.html 26 killed, nine injured in Tanzania car crash]</ref>
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*March 30 - Thailand - 21 workers from Myanmar were killed and 27 others were injured when their bus crashed and burned in Thailand.<ref>[https://www.bangkokpost.com/news/general/1437714/bus-crash-fire-kills-21-migrant-workers Bus crash, fire kills 21 migrant workers]</ref>
   
 
==References==
 
==References==

User:63.142.130.226

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List of Lego Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu episodes

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To date, eight seasons (totaling 84 episodes) have been produced, along with two pilot episodes, six mini movies and one extended special.
 
To date, eight seasons (totaling 84 episodes) have been produced, along with two pilot episodes, six mini movies and one extended special.
   
The two pilot episodes were aired in January 2011, coinciding with the launch of the Lego theme. Their popularity led the first two full seasons ('Rise of the Serpentine' and 'The Green Ninja') to be commissioned. These each consisted of 13 episodes. Both the Lego theme and the TV series had an intended shelf life of three years, so it was expected that the second season would be the last. However, after comments from fans, it was soon revived and has been in production ever since.
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The two pilot episodes were aired in January 2011, coinciding with the launch of the Lego theme. Their popularity led the first two full seasons ('Rise of the Serpentine'<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://www.wilfilm.dk/work/tv-series/ninjago-masters-of-spinjitzu/|title=NINJAGO: MASTERS OF SPINJITZU Rise of the Serpetine - Season 1|access-date=2018-01-12|language=en}}</ref> and 'The Green Ninja'<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://www.wilfilm.dk/work/tv-series/ninjago-masters-of-spinjitzu-season-2/|title=NINJAGO: MASTERS OF SPINJITZU Return of the Dark Lord - Season 2|access-date=2018-01-12|language=en}}</ref>) to be commissioned. These each consisted of 13 episodes. Both the Lego theme and the TV series had an intended shelf life of three years, so it was expected that the second season would be the last. However, after comments from fans, it was soon revived and has been in production ever since.
   
 
==Series overview==
 
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Beta-carotene dioxygenase

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This is a cleavage reaction which cleaves [[β-carotene]], utilizes molecular oxygen, is enhanced by the presence of [[bile salts]] and [[thyroxine]], and generates two molecules of [[retinal]]. In humans, the enzyme is present in the small intestine and liver.<ref>{{cite journal | pmid = 12031257 | volume=12 | issue=11 | title=beta-Carotene 15,15'-Dioxygenase activity in human tissues and cells: evidence of an iron dependency. | date=Nov 2001 | journal=J Nutr Biochem | pages=640–647 | doi=10.1016/s0955-2863(01)00184-x}}</ref>
 
This is a cleavage reaction which cleaves [[β-carotene]], utilizes molecular oxygen, is enhanced by the presence of [[bile salts]] and [[thyroxine]], and generates two molecules of [[retinal]]. In humans, the enzyme is present in the small intestine and liver.<ref>{{cite journal | pmid = 12031257 | volume=12 | issue=11 | title=beta-Carotene 15,15'-Dioxygenase activity in human tissues and cells: evidence of an iron dependency. | date=Nov 2001 | journal=J Nutr Biochem | pages=640–647 | doi=10.1016/s0955-2863(01)00184-x}}</ref>
   
This enzyme belongs to the family of [[oxidoreductase]]s, specifically those acting on paired donors, with O<sub>2</sub> as oxidant and incorporation or reduction of oxygen. Other names in common use include '''β-carotene 15,15'-monooxygenase''' and '''β-carotene dioxygenase'''.
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This enzyme belongs to the family of [[oxidoreductase]]s, specifically those acting on paired donors, with O<sub>2</sub> as oxidant and incorporation or reduction of oxygen. Other names in common use include '''β-carotene 15,15'-monooxygenase''' (previous {{EC number|1.14.99.36}}) and '''β-carotene dioxygenase'''.
   
 
In general, carnivores are poor converters of ionone-containing carotenoids, and pure carnivores such as cats and ferrets lack beta-carotene 15,15'-monooxygenase and cannot convert any carotenoids to retinal (resulting in none of the carotenoids being forms of vitamin A for these species). They must have preformed vitamin A in their diet.
 
In general, carnivores are poor converters of ionone-containing carotenoids, and pure carnivores such as cats and ferrets lack beta-carotene 15,15'-monooxygenase and cannot convert any carotenoids to retinal (resulting in none of the carotenoids being forms of vitamin A for these species). They must have preformed vitamin A in their diet.

Sydenham College of Commerce and Economics

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is the oldest college of commerce in Asia. Located in [[Mumbai]] and affiliated to the [[University of Mumbai]], the college offers undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in [[commerce]] and [[management]]. It was awarded a re-accreditation 'A' grade and 3.42 GPA in the first cycle assessment conducted by the [[National Assessment and Accreditation Council]].
 
is the oldest college of commerce in Asia. Located in [[Mumbai]] and affiliated to the [[University of Mumbai]], the college offers undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in [[commerce]] and [[management]]. It was awarded a re-accreditation 'A' grade and 3.42 GPA in the first cycle assessment conducted by the [[National Assessment and Accreditation Council]].

Brown Eyed Girl

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==Aftermath==
Because of a contract he signed with Bang Records without legal advice, Morrison states that he has never received any [[royalties]] for writing or recording this song.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.martaypix.com/VAN_at_Rancho_Nicasio/VAN_Rancho.html|title=Van Morrison at Rancho Nicasio|publisher=martaypix.com|accessdate= 27 August 2008}}</ref> The contract made him liable for virtually all recording expenses incurred for all of his Bang Records recordings before royalties would be paid, and after those expenses were recouped, the revenue would become the "subject of some highly creative accounting."<ref>Heylin, Can You Feel the Silence. p.148</ref> Morrison vented frustration about this unjust contract in his sarcastic nonsense song "The Big Royalty Check." Morrison has stated that "Brown Eyed Girl" is not among his favorite songs, remarking "it's not one of my best. I mean I've got about 300 songs that I think are better".<ref>{{Cite video |title = TIME Magazine Interviews: Van Morrison | publisher = [[Time (magazine)|TIME]] |date =26 February 2009 |url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QVHbUPNcTiU |minutes=4:14 |accessdate=13 February 2010}}</ref>
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Because of a contract he signed with Bang Records without legal advice, Morrison states that he has never received any [[royalties]] for writing or recording this song.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.martaypix.com/VAN_at_Rancho_Nicasio/VAN_Rancho.html|title=Van Morrison at Rancho Nicasio|publisher=martaypix.com|accessdate= 27 August 2008}}</ref> The contract made him liable for virtually all recording expenses incurred for all of his Bang Records recordings before royalties would be paid, and after those expenses were recouped, the revenue would become the "subject of some highly creative accounting".<ref>Heylin, Can You Feel the Silence. p.148</ref> Morrison vented frustration about this unjust contract in his sarcastic nonsense song "The Big Royalty Check". Morrison has stated that "Brown Eyed Girl" is not among his favorite songs, remarking "it's not one of my best. I mean I've got about 300 songs that I think are better".<ref>{{Cite video |title = TIME Magazine Interviews: Van Morrison | publisher = [[Time (magazine)|TIME]] |date =26 February 2009 |url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QVHbUPNcTiU |minutes=4:14 |accessdate=13 February 2010}}</ref>
   
 
To capitalise on the success of the single, producer Berns assembled the album ''[[Blowin' Your Mind]]'' without Morrison's input or knowledge. Released in September 1967, the album contained the single as its lead-off track as well as songs recorded by Morrison at the March recording sessions for Berns. The album peaked at No. 182 on the [[Billboard 200|''Billboard'' 200]].
 
To capitalise on the success of the single, producer Berns assembled the album ''[[Blowin' Your Mind]]'' without Morrison's input or knowledge. Released in September 1967, the album contained the single as its lead-off track as well as songs recorded by Morrison at the March recording sessions for Berns. The album peaked at No. 182 on the [[Billboard 200|''Billboard'' 200]].

User:AziersHeart

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Nino Oliviero

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* ''[[Run for Your Wife (1965 film)|Run for Your Wife]]'' (1965)
 
* ''[[Run for Your Wife (1965 film)|Run for Your Wife]]'' (1965)
 
* ''[[La ragazza dalla pelle di luna]]'' (1973)
 
* ''[[La ragazza dalla pelle di luna]]'' (1973)
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* ''[[A Matter of Time (film)|A Matter of Time]]'' (1976)
 
* ''[[A Matter of Time (film)|A Matter of Time]]'' (1976)
   

Peter K. Manning

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== Career ==
 
== Career ==
Peter K. Manning holds the Brooks Chair in the College of [[Criminal Justice]] at [[Northeastern University]], [[Boston, MA]]. He has taught at [[Michigan State]], [[MIT]], [[Oxford]], and the [[University of Michigan]].<ref>http://www.cj.neu.edu/faculty_and_staff/research_faculty/peter_k_manning/documents/Manning_CV.pdf{{dead link|date=March 2018 |bot=InternetArchiveBot |fix-attempted=yes }}</ref> "His research interests includes the rationalizing and interplay of private and public policing, [[democratic policing]], [[crime mapping]] and [[crime analysis]], uses of [[information technology]], and [[qualitative methods]]."<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.cj.neu.edu/faculty_and_staff/research_faculty/peter_k_manning/ |title=Archived copy |accessdate=2009-01-25 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20090306000314/http://www.cj.neu.edu/faculty_and_staff/research_faculty/peter_k_manning/ |archivedate=2009-03-06 |df= }}</ref>
 
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Peter K. Manning holds the Brooks Chair in the College of [[Criminal Justice]] at [[Northeastern University]], [[Boston, MA]]. He has taught at [[Michigan State]], [[MIT]], [[Oxford]], and the [[University of Michigan]].<ref>
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== Manning's works ==
 
== Manning's works ==

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Population in the city of Leeds was around 30,000 by 1800, which later doubled then tripled creating a problem of insufficient housing. The first back-to-back houses were built by 1790 in [[Briggate, Leeds]], by building opportunists who realised the structural setup allowed for a cost saving by not requiring roads or drainage,{{sfn|Ravetz|2013|p=15}} with [[population density]] housing up to 300 people within 60–75 properties per acre. There was no universally accepted blueprint for how the houses should be constructed; the worst (and often earliest) had a single room on each floor and no [[damp proofing]]. Sanitation comprised [[Pail_closet#Earth_closet_system|earth toilet]]s in whatever available space existed, which may have been underneath bedrooms, and a public water supply from intermittent [[Standpipe (street)|standpipes]].{{sfn|Ravetz|2013|p=17}} Initially, houses were built around a communal courtyard, though later were built onto streets.<ref name="secretlibraryleeds"/> Houses of this type had become common in [[inner city]] areas of [[Victorian era|Victorian]] England, especially in [[Birmingham]], [[Bradford]],<ref name="bfhis"/> [[Leeds]], [[Liverpool]], [[Manchester]], [[City of Salford|Salford]] and in [[Nottingham]], where around 7500 of their 11 000 houses (roughly 68 per cent){{sfn|Engels|1844|p=37}} were built back-to-back. Town authorities were well aware that back-to-backs were undesirable, but seemed unable to prevent their construction. The Building and Improvement Committee reported to Bradford Council that more than three-quarters of new dwellings were "laid out upon that objectionable principle".<ref name="bfhis"/> The passage of the [[Artisans' and Labourers' Dwellings Improvement Act 1875]] gave councils permission to [[compulsory purchase]] slum housing, but few took advantage of this opportunity.<ref name="parliament_keydates"/>
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Population in the city of Leeds was around 30,000 by 1800, which later doubled then tripled creating a problem of insufficient housing. The first back-to-back houses were built by 1790 in [[Briggate, Leeds]], by opportunists who realised the structural setup allowed for a cost saving by not requiring roads or drainage,{{sfn|Ravetz|2013|p=15}} with [[population density]] housing up to 300 people within 60–75 properties per acre. There was no universally accepted blueprint for how the houses should be constructed; the worst (and often earliest) had a single room on each floor and no [[damp proofing]]. Sanitation comprised [[Pail_closet#Earth_closet_system|earth toilet]]s in whatever available space existed, which may have been underneath bedrooms, and a public water supply from intermittent [[Standpipe (street)|standpipes]].{{sfn|Ravetz|2013|p=17}} Initially, houses were built around a communal courtyard, though later were built onto streets.<ref name="secretlibraryleeds"/> Houses of this type had become common in [[inner city]] areas of [[Victorian era|Victorian]] England, especially in [[Birmingham]], [[Bradford]],<ref name="bfhis"/> [[Leeds]], [[Liverpool]], [[Manchester]], [[City of Salford|Salford]] and in [[Nottingham]], where around 7500 of their 11 000 houses (roughly 68 per cent){{sfn|Engels|1844|p=37}} were built back-to-back. Town authorities were well aware that back-to-backs were undesirable, but seemed unable to prevent their construction. The Building and Improvement Committee reported to Bradford Council that more than three-quarters of new dwellings were "laid out upon that objectionable principle".<ref name="bfhis"/> The passage of the [[Artisans' and Labourers' Dwellings Improvement Act 1875]] gave councils permission to [[compulsory purchase]] slum housing, but few took advantage of this opportunity.<ref name="parliament_keydates"/>
   
 
During the 18th and 19th centuries, owners of mills and mines built significant numbers of back-to-backs to maximize the number of workers that could live in the least amount of space, while keeping costs low. Advocates of the design suggested they were easier to keep warm due to in most cases having just a single outside wall, yet the absence of rear yards meant there was no space for exterior toilets, only communal ones that spread diseases rapidly.<ref name="guardian_comeback"/> In the oldest parts of Birmingham, early back-to-back houses were known for being associated with filth, poor ventilation and pools of stagnant water, despite being home to the greatest number of working-class people within the city.{{sfn|Engels|1844|p=37}}
 
During the 18th and 19th centuries, owners of mills and mines built significant numbers of back-to-backs to maximize the number of workers that could live in the least amount of space, while keeping costs low. Advocates of the design suggested they were easier to keep warm due to in most cases having just a single outside wall, yet the absence of rear yards meant there was no space for exterior toilets, only communal ones that spread diseases rapidly.<ref name="guardian_comeback"/> In the oldest parts of Birmingham, early back-to-back houses were known for being associated with filth, poor ventilation and pools of stagnant water, despite being home to the greatest number of working-class people within the city.{{sfn|Engels|1844|p=37}}

Only 4 the K People

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Only 4 the K People wasn't commercially released.

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| Name = Only 4 the K People
 
| Name = Only 4 the K People
 
| Cover = Only4thekpeople.jpg
 
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| Type = promo
 
| Artist = [[The Chemical Brothers]]
 
| Artist = [[The Chemical Brothers]]
| Album = [[Block Rockin' Beats]]
 
 
| Released = 30 March 1999
 
| Released = 30 March 1999
 
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| Writer = {{hlist|[[Tom Rowlands|Rowlands]]|[[Ed Simons (musician)|Simons]]}}
 
| Writer = {{hlist|[[Tom Rowlands|Rowlands]]|[[Ed Simons (musician)|Simons]]}}
 
| Producer = {{hlist|[[Tom Rowlands|Rowlands]]|[[Ed Simons (musician)|Simons]]}}
 
| Producer = {{hlist|[[Tom Rowlands|Rowlands]]|[[Ed Simons (musician)|Simons]]}}
| Last single = "[[The Private Psychedelic Reel]]" <br> (1997)
 
| This single = "'''Only 4 the K People'''" <br> (1999)
 
| Next single = "[[Hey Boy Hey Girl]]" <br> (1999)
 
 
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Sriwijaya F.C.

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{{Fs player|no=7|nat=IDN|pos=FW|name=[[Yogi Rahadian]]}}
 
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{{Fs player|no=18|nat=IDN|pos=DF|name=[[Achmad Faris Ardiansyah|Achmad Faris]]}}
 
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{{Fs player|no=22|nat=IDN|pos=DF|name=[[Marckho Meraudje]]}}
 
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User:NearEMPTiness

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Articles by NearEMPTiness in alphabetical order

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'''[[Siderodromophobia]]''' is the fear of trains, train trips or railways.
 
'''[[Siderodromophobia]]''' is the fear of trains, train trips or railways.
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'''[[John Samuel Slater]]''' (1850-1911) was a British professor of Civil Engineering at the Presidency College, Calcutta, and later principal of the Engineering College in Sibpur.
   
 
The '''[[Small West Siberian Railway]]''' is a narrow gauge miniature railway in the Russian city Novosibirsk.
 
The '''[[Small West Siberian Railway]]''' is a narrow gauge miniature railway in the Russian city Novosibirsk.

Template:2017 EuroBasket Germany men's team roster

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*{{flagicon|DEU}} [[Henrik Rödl]]
 
*{{flagicon|DEU}} [[Henrik Rödl]]
*{{flagicon|DEU}} [[Martin Schiller]]
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*{{flagicon|AUT}} [[Martin Schiller]]
 
*{{flagicon|USA}} [[Alex Jensen]]
 
*{{flagicon|USA}} [[Alex Jensen]]
 
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Wikipedia:Neutral point of view/Noticeboard

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Christ myth theory: indention

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I think that Smeat75 is right, when he writes {{tq|Jenhawk seems to want to go through the body of the article, the 80% s/he doesn't like, and refute every point made by the "mythicists" as it goes along. This would make the article far too long, apart from anything else and virtually unreadable.}} [[User:Joshua Jonathan|<font size="2"><span style="font-family:Forte;color:black">Joshua Jonathan</span></font>]] -[[User talk:Joshua Jonathan|<font size="3"><span style="font-family:Monotype Corsiva;color:black">Let's talk!</span></font>]] 05:02, 30 March 2018 (UTC)
 
I think that Smeat75 is right, when he writes {{tq|Jenhawk seems to want to go through the body of the article, the 80% s/he doesn't like, and refute every point made by the "mythicists" as it goes along. This would make the article far too long, apart from anything else and virtually unreadable.}} [[User:Joshua Jonathan|<font size="2"><span style="font-family:Forte;color:black">Joshua Jonathan</span></font>]] -[[User talk:Joshua Jonathan|<font size="3"><span style="font-family:Monotype Corsiva;color:black">Let's talk!</span></font>]] 05:02, 30 March 2018 (UTC)
   
:::::{{ping|Smeat75}} If you want to make a case for being the reasonable one, don't misquote people. '''Basically s/he ... immediately demanded that the article be re-written.''' ''Untrue. Find a dif where I said any such thing''.
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:{{ping|Smeat75}} If you want to make a case for being the reasonable one, don't misquote people. '''Basically s/he ... immediately demanded that the article be re-written.''' ''Untrue. Find a dif where I said any such thing''.
   
:::::Please acknowledge dif: [Revision as of 04:41, 28 March 2018] which says:'''Please note I have not at any time disputed the validity of this article's existence. ''' and '''There is also nothing wrong with the structure of the article in my opinion. There is nothing wrong with its representation of the CM theory. It does a ''very'' thorough and careful presentation of mythicist arguments. Please note--I have not requested that a single word be removed from this article--not even Massey. Because I believe it is well written, clear--and though not at all '''concise'''--I like it and think it is mostly a good article. I don't see anything wrong with the introductory section as it stands. It presents the CM view with clarity and in this article I find it appropriate. The problem I have is that there is nothing representing the mainstream view in the ''rest'' of the article--80% of the body. And what that produces is neither neutral nor balanced and as a result, the article is misleading as to what the views on this theory actually are.'''
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:Please acknowledge dif: [Revision as of 04:41, 28 March 2018] which says:'''Please note I have not at any time disputed the validity of this article's existence. ''' and '''There is also nothing wrong with the structure of the article in my opinion. There is nothing wrong with its representation of the CM theory. It does a ''very'' thorough and careful presentation of mythicist arguments. Please note--I have not requested that a single word be removed from this article--not even Massey. Because I believe it is well written, clear--and though not at all '''concise'''--I like it and think it is mostly a good article. I don't see anything wrong with the introductory section as it stands. It presents the CM view with clarity and in this article I find it appropriate. The problem I have is that there is nothing representing the mainstream view in the ''rest'' of the article--80% of the body. And what that produces is neither neutral nor balanced and as a result, the article is misleading as to what the views on this theory actually are.'''
   
:::::You say, "Jenhawk seems to want to go through the body of the article, the 80% s/he doesn't like, and refute every point made by the "mythicists" as it goes along. This would make the article far too long, apart from anything else and virtually unreadable." Length is not a good reason for non-neutrality. That can be handled in many ways. I have no desire to refute every point, but I would like to see at least some of the specific refutations included in the same locations claims are made. You say "there are a number of quotes from historians" and your example is a good example of a general statement with no specifics: ''"Graeme Clarke, Emeritus Professor of Classical Ancient History and Archaeology at Australian National University has stated: "Frankly, I know of no ancient historian or biblical historian who would have a twinge of doubt about the existence of a Jesus Christ—the documentary evidence is simply overwhelming".'' It doesn't actually address any specific claim or refute anything does it? It would be a problem if specific responses were presented disconnected from the arguments they refute--but it's even more of a problem that they are '''not there at all'''.
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:You say, "Jenhawk seems to want to go through the body of the article, the 80% s/he doesn't like, and refute every point made by the "mythicists" as it goes along. This would make the article far too long, apart from anything else and virtually unreadable." Length is not a good reason for non-neutrality. That can be handled in many ways. I have no desire to refute every point, but I would like to see at least some of the specific refutations included in the same locations claims are made. You say "there are a number of quotes from historians" and your example is a good example of a general statement with no specifics: ''"Graeme Clarke, Emeritus Professor of Classical Ancient History and Archaeology at Australian National University has stated: "Frankly, I know of no ancient historian or biblical historian who would have a twinge of doubt about the existence of a Jesus Christ—the documentary evidence is simply overwhelming".'' It doesn't actually address any specific claim or refute anything does it? It would be a problem if specific responses were presented disconnected from the arguments they refute--but it's even more of a problem that they are '''not there at all'''.
   
:::::Instead of guessing what it "seems like I want" how about just asking--or better yet--actually responding to the specifics that I do remark upon? '''It is my suggestion that some counterpoints in the body would be sufficient--nothing that's already here needs changing. Really. It's a good article. I have no problem with what's in it--I only have a problem with what isn't. So let me fix that one issue. ''' in that same dif.
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:Instead of guessing what it "seems like I want" how about just asking--or better yet--actually responding to the specifics that I do remark upon? '''It is my suggestion that some counterpoints in the body would be sufficient--nothing that's already here needs changing. Really. It's a good article. I have no problem with what's in it--I only have a problem with what isn't. So let me fix that one issue. ''' in that same dif.
   
::::::{{ping|Joshua Jonathan}} "Jenhawk777 has been abundantly replied in the talkpage-section". That is a true statement. Has any ''one'' of those replies--once--expressed a willingness to address my concerns? Repeatedly saying no isn't the spirit of consensus. "That talkpage-tread started with a discussion about Stout," also true. And how did I respond to your concern? I removed him. I responded to your observation with cooperation. Find me a dif where you did the same.
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:{{ping|Joshua Jonathan}} "Jenhawk777 has been abundantly replied in the talkpage-section". That is a true statement. Has any ''one'' of those replies--once--expressed a willingness to address my concerns? Repeatedly saying no isn't the spirit of consensus. "That talkpage-tread started with a discussion about Stout," also true. And how did I respond to your concern? I removed him. I responded to your observation with cooperation. Find me a dif where you did the same.
   
::::::"it's not a presentation of a fringe-theory in a 'standard' article." That allows some extra leeway indeed--but it does not excuse or allow non-neutrality. '''"In an article on a fringe topic''' parity is still required. It is not present in this article as it stands.
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:"it's not a presentation of a fringe-theory in a 'standard' article." That allows some extra leeway indeed--but it does not excuse or allow non-neutrality. '''"In an article on a fringe topic''' parity is still required. It is not present in this article as it stands.
   
::::::Gentlemen, this comes down to a difference of opinion on what constitutes a "sufficient amount" of majority response in an article on a fringe view. Since there is virtually nothing but a few general comments, I say the majority view should actually be there for there to be enough of it. [[User:Jenhawk777|Jenhawk777]] ([[User talk:Jenhawk777|talk]]) 06:48, 30 March 2018 (UTC)
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:Gentlemen, this comes down to a difference of opinion on what constitutes a "sufficient amount" of majority response in an article on a fringe view. Since there is virtually nothing but a few general comments, I say the majority view should actually be there for there to be enough of it. [[User:Jenhawk777|Jenhawk777]] ([[User talk:Jenhawk777|talk]]) 06:48, 30 March 2018 (UTC)

Hereditary (film)

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Cast

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==Cast==
 
==Cast==
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* [[Toni Collette]] as Annie Graham, Charlie and Peter's mother and Steve's wife
* [[Gabriel Byrne]] as Steve Graham
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* [[Gabriel Byrne]] as Steve Graham, Charlie and Peter's father and Annie's husband
* [[Alex Wolff]] as Peter Graham
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* [[Alex Wolff]] as Peter Graham, Charlie's brother and Annie and Steve's son
* [[Milly Shapiro]] as Charlie Graham
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* [[Milly Shapiro]] as Charlie Graham, Peter's sister and Annie and Steve's daughter
 
* [[Ann Dowd]] as Joan
 
* [[Ann Dowd]] as Joan
   

Zombie Grenades Practice

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Gameplay

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During the campaign, the participant encounters zombies in different locations. Taking into account the environment and using different types of grenades, the player should blast all zombies. Besides, certain player's actions such as destroying additional items can advance the story.
 
During the campaign, the participant encounters zombies in different locations. Taking into account the environment and using different types of grenades, the player should blast all zombies. Besides, certain player's actions such as destroying additional items can advance the story.
{{Expand section | 1 = | section = 1 | small = no (default is "yes") | talksection= (or talk= or discuss=) | date=March 2018}}
 
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

User:Itsthezues/sandbox

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{{Infobox musical artist <!-- See Wikipedia:WikiProject Musicians -->
 
{{Infobox musical artist <!-- See Wikipedia:WikiProject Musicians -->
 
| name = Iron Empire
 
| name = Iron Empire
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| caption = Iron Empire branding
| caption = Members of Iron Empire chilling outside Ward 6
 
 
| landscape = yes
 
| landscape = yes
 
| background = group_or_band
 
| background = group_or_band

User:SirZubeen

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Created page with 'Resume of '''Sir Zubeen''' '''Individual Information:''' '''Name:''' Sir Zubeen '''Father's Name:''' Abdul Khalek Khalifa '''Mother's Name:''' Most. Dulufa...'

New page

Resume of
'''Sir Zubeen'''

'''Individual Information:'''
'''Name:''' Sir Zubeen
'''Father's Name:''' Abdul Khalek Khalifa
'''Mother's Name:''' Most. Dulufa Begum
'''Date of Birth:''' 19th August, 1996
'''Address:''' Kawnia, BSCIC Road, Barisal
'''Nationality:''' Bangladeshi
'''Mail:''' Zubeen@yahoo.com
'''Religion:''' Islam
'''Marital Status:''' Unmarried

'''Educational Qualification:'''
'''SSC:''' Passed from Barisal Board with A- in 2012 (Humanities)
'''HSC:''' Passed from Barisal Board with A in 2014 (Humanities)
'''BA:''' BA Hon's is continuing in English at Govt. BM College, Barisal.

'''Other Skills:'''
'''1.''' Diploma in Graphics Design
'''2.''' Expert in Video Editing
'''3.''' Expert in Motion Graphics
'''4.''' Microsoft Office Word
'''5.''' Web Survey

User talk:Boguslavmandzyuk

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Precious again: 6 y

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--[[User:Gerda Arendt|Gerda Arendt]] ([[User talk:Gerda Arendt|talk]]) 08:09, 30 March 2012 (UTC)
 
--[[User:Gerda Arendt|Gerda Arendt]] ([[User talk:Gerda Arendt|talk]]) 08:09, 30 March 2012 (UTC)
 
</div></div>
 
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Three years ago, you were the 77th recipient of my [[User:PumpkinSky|<span style="color:orange;">Pumpkin</span>]][[User talk:PumpkinSky|Sky]] [[Wikipedia:WikiProject Quality Article Improvement/PumpkinSky Prize|Prize]], repeated in [[User talk:Br'er Rabbit/Archive|br'er]]ly style, --[[User:Gerda Arendt|Gerda Arendt]] ([[User talk:Gerda Arendt|talk]]) 09:00, 30 March 2015 (UTC)
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Three years ago, you were the 77th recipient of my [[User talk:PumpkinSky|PumpkinSky Prize]], repeated in [[User talk:Br'er Rabbit/Archive|br'er]]ly style, --[[User:Gerda Arendt|Gerda Arendt]] ([[User talk:Gerda Arendt|talk]]) 09:00, 30 March 2015 (UTC)
   
 
Four years ago, you were recipient no. [[Wikipedia:WikiProject Quality Article Improvement/Precious#Boguslavmandzyuk|77]] of Precious, a prize of QAI! --[[User:Gerda Arendt|Gerda Arendt]] ([[User talk:Gerda Arendt|talk]]) 05:48, 30 March 2016 (UTC)
 
Four years ago, you were recipient no. [[Wikipedia:WikiProject Quality Article Improvement/Precious#Boguslavmandzyuk|77]] of Precious, a prize of QAI! --[[User:Gerda Arendt|Gerda Arendt]] ([[User talk:Gerda Arendt|talk]]) 05:48, 30 March 2016 (UTC)
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Believe it or not, [[OREYA]] finally started! --[[User:Gerda Arendt|Gerda Arendt]] ([[User talk:Gerda Arendt|talk]]) 10:27, 10 October 2016 (UTC)
 
Believe it or not, [[OREYA]] finally started! --[[User:Gerda Arendt|Gerda Arendt]] ([[User talk:Gerda Arendt|talk]]) 10:27, 10 October 2016 (UTC)
   
Five years now! --[[User:Gerda Arendt|Gerda Arendt]] ([[User talk:Gerda Arendt|talk]]) 18:33, 30 March 2017 (UTC)
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Six years now! --[[User:Gerda Arendt|Gerda Arendt]] ([[User talk:Gerda Arendt|talk]]) 07:14, 30 March 2018 (UTC)
   
 
== [[WP:ACE2015|ArbCom elections are now open!]] ==
 
== [[WP:ACE2015|ArbCom elections are now open!]] ==

Mahender Singh

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{{Use Indian English|date=March 2017}}
 
{{Use dmy dates|date=March 2017}}
 
{{Use dmy dates|date=March 2017}}
'''Mahender Singh''' is an [[India]]n politician and member of the [[Bharatiya Janata Party]]. Singh is a member of the [[Himachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly]] from the [[Dharampur (Himachal Pradesh Assembly constituency)|Dharampur constituency]] in [[Mandi district]] for straight 7th time.At swearing in ceremony of new Jai Ram Thakur Ministery on 27 December 2017 he was sworn in as cabinet Minister after [[Chief Minister]] Jairam Thakur prompting his senior most position.He is oldest in the Cabinet. He is holding Irrigation and public health, Horticulture,Sainik welfare departments.<ref>[http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/shimla/BJP-to-prepare-chargesheet-against-Congress-govt-in-Himachal/articleshow/55248674.cms BJP to prepare chargesheet against Congress govt in Himachal]</ref><ref>[http://myneta.info/hp2012/index.php?action=affidavitComparison&myneta_folder2=him2007&id1=493&id2=31 My Neta]</ref><ref>[http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/shimla/Opposition-to-submit-charge-sheet-against-corrupt-Congress-on-december-25/articleshow/55255287.cms Opposition to submit charge sheet against 'corrupt' Congress on 25 December]</ref> <ref>http://www.hp.nic.in</ref>
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'''Mahender Singh''' is an [[India]]n politician and member of the [[Bharatiya Janata Party]]. Singh is a member of the [[Himachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly]] from the [[Dharampur (Himachal Pradesh Assembly constituency)|Dharampur constituency]] in [[Mandi district]] for straight 7th time. At swearing in ceremony of new Jai Ram Thakur Ministry on 27 December 2017 he was sworn in as cabinet Minister after [[Chief Minister]] Jairam Thakur prompting his senior most position.He is oldest in the Cabinet. He is holding Irrigation and public health, Horticulture,Sainik welfare departments.<ref>[http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/shimla/BJP-to-prepare-chargesheet-against-Congress-govt-in-Himachal/articleshow/55248674.cms BJP to prepare chargesheet against Congress govt in Himachal]</ref><ref>[http://myneta.info/hp2012/index.php?action=affidavitComparison&myneta_folder2=him2007&id1=493&id2=31 My Neta]</ref><ref>[http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/shimla/Opposition-to-submit-charge-sheet-against-corrupt-Congress-on-december-25/articleshow/55255287.cms Opposition to submit charge sheet against 'corrupt' Congress on 25 December]</ref> <ref>http://www.hp.nic.in</ref>
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

2017–18 EuroLeague

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| biggest_away_win = {{Nowrap|[[Pallacanestro Olimpia Milano|AX Milan]] 62–94 [[BC Žalgiris|Žalgiris]]}}<br />(9 November 2017)
 
| biggest_away_win = {{Nowrap|[[Pallacanestro Olimpia Milano|AX Milan]] 62–94 [[BC Žalgiris|Žalgiris]]}}<br />(9 November 2017)
 
| highest_attendance = 17,734<br />{{Nowrap|[[Panathinaikos B.C.|Panathinaikos]] 70–75 [[PBC CSKA Moscow|CSKA Moscow]]}}<br />(19 January 2018)
 
| highest_attendance = 17,734<br />{{Nowrap|[[Panathinaikos B.C.|Panathinaikos]] 70–75 [[PBC CSKA Moscow|CSKA Moscow]]}}<br />(19 January 2018)
| lowest_attendance = 1,979<br />{{Nowrap|[[Anadolu Efes S.K.|Anadolu Efes]] 73–85 [[BC Khimki|Khimki]]}}<br />(21 March 2018)
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| lowest_attendance = 1,920<br />{{Nowrap|[[Anadolu Efes S.K.|Anadolu Efes]] 83–107 [[FC Barcelona Bàsquet|Barcelona]]}}<br />(29 March 2018)
 
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| attendancecalc =
 
| prevseason = [[2016–17 EuroLeague|2016–17]]
 
| prevseason = [[2016–17 EuroLeague|2016–17]]

Hybristophilia

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Examples: Minor Edit: Correcting name of parkland shooter

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* The phenomenon of [[Charles Manson]] groupies is also an example of hybristophilia.<ref>Raymond Joseph Corsini. 1999. The Dictionary of Psychology. Psychology Press. {{ISBN|1-58391-028-X}}. p692.</ref>
 
* The phenomenon of [[Charles Manson]] groupies is also an example of hybristophilia.<ref>Raymond Joseph Corsini. 1999. The Dictionary of Psychology. Psychology Press. {{ISBN|1-58391-028-X}}. p692.</ref>
 
* Terrorists such as [[Anders Behring Breivik]],<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.thelocal.no/20120618/breivik-gets-love-letters-from-16-year-old-girls|title=Breivik 'gets love letters from 16-year-old girls'|date=June 18, 2012|work=The Local}}</ref> and [[Dzhokhar Tsarnaev]],<ref>{{cite web|url=http://articles.latimes.com/2013/may/22/opinion/la-oe-allen-dzhokhar-tsarnaev-20130522|title=Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and his fangirls|date=May 22, 2013|first=Charlotte|last=Allen|work=Latimes.com}}</ref> have also been the objects of hybristophilia.
 
* Terrorists such as [[Anders Behring Breivik]],<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.thelocal.no/20120618/breivik-gets-love-letters-from-16-year-old-girls|title=Breivik 'gets love letters from 16-year-old girls'|date=June 18, 2012|work=The Local}}</ref> and [[Dzhokhar Tsarnaev]],<ref>{{cite web|url=http://articles.latimes.com/2013/may/22/opinion/la-oe-allen-dzhokhar-tsarnaev-20130522|title=Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and his fangirls|date=May 22, 2013|first=Charlotte|last=Allen|work=Latimes.com}}</ref> have also been the objects of hybristophilia.
* The Stoneman Douglas High School shooter, [[Stoneman Douglas High School shooting|Nicolas Cruz]], was "showered with fan mail, donations," according to Fox News.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/03/29/parkland-suspect-nikolas-cruz-showered-with-fan-mail-donations-report.html|title=Parkland suspect Nikolas Cruz showered with fan mail, donations: report|work=FoxNews.com}}</ref>
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* The Stoneman Douglas High School shooter, [[Stoneman Douglas High School shooting|Nikolas Cruz]], was "showered with fan mail, donations," according to Fox News.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/03/29/parkland-suspect-nikolas-cruz-showered-with-fan-mail-donations-report.html|title=Parkland suspect Nikolas Cruz showered with fan mail, donations: report|work=FoxNews.com}}</ref>
   
 
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==References {{anchor|Notes}}==

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Typhoon Jelawat (Caloy): JTWC: 115kt

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==== Current storm information ====
 
==== Current storm information ====
As of 06:00&nbsp;[[Coordinated Universal Time|UTC]] March&nbsp;30, Tyhoon Jelawat is located about {{coord|16.2|138.1|dim:100km|name=Jelawat}}, about {{convert|368|nmi|abbr=on}} north-northwest of [[Yap]], [[Federated States of Micronesia]]. 10-minute sustained winds are at 140&nbsp;km/h (85&nbsp;mph), while 1-minute sustained winds are at 205&nbsp;km/h (125&nbsp;mph), with gusts of up to 195&nbsp;km/h (120&nbsp;mph). The minimum barometric pressure is at {{Convert|965|hPa|inHg|2}}, and the system is moving northeastward at {{convert|8|kn}}.
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As of 06:00&nbsp;[[Coordinated Universal Time|UTC]] March&nbsp;30, Tyhoon Jelawat is located about {{coord|16.2|138.1|dim:100km|name=Jelawat}}, about {{convert|368|nmi|abbr=on}} north-northwest of [[Yap]], [[Federated States of Micronesia]]. 10-minute sustained winds are at 140&nbsp;km/h (85&nbsp;mph), while 1-minute sustained winds are at 215&nbsp;km/h (130&nbsp;mph), with gusts of up to 195&nbsp;km/h (120&nbsp;mph). The minimum barometric pressure is at {{Convert|965|hPa|inHg|2}}, and the system is moving northeastward at {{convert|8|kn}}.
   
 
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