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The main difference from the 1977-78 5-speed model of the TR7, all of which were [[hardtop]] fixed head [[coupe]]s, was the use of the 127&nbsp;[[brake horsepower|bhp]], [[single overhead cam]], 16-valve, 2-[[litre]] version of the [[Triumph slant-four engine]], which had won a British [[Design Council]] award in 1974 and was then being used in the [[Triumph Dolomite Sprint]]. This was instead of the TR7's 105&nbsp;bhp, 8-valve, 2-litre version of the same slant-four.<ref name="vads.ahds.ac.uk"/> A highly [[Engine tuning|tuned]] version of this 16-valve engine, "rated at 225&nbsp;bhp at 8000&nbsp;rpm" by 1977, was used in the [[Group 4 (racing)|Group 4]] TR7 cars of the BL works [[Rallying|rally]] team, from 1976 until 1978, and an even more powerful version in the Group 2 Dolomite Sprint race car.<ref name="Robson 1993"/>
 
The main difference from the 1977-78 5-speed model of the TR7, all of which were [[hardtop]] fixed head [[coupe]]s, was the use of the 127&nbsp;[[brake horsepower|bhp]], [[single overhead cam]], 16-valve, 2-[[litre]] version of the [[Triumph slant-four engine]], which had won a British [[Design Council]] award in 1974 and was then being used in the [[Triumph Dolomite Sprint]]. This was instead of the TR7's 105&nbsp;bhp, 8-valve, 2-litre version of the same slant-four.<ref name="vads.ahds.ac.uk"/> A highly [[Engine tuning|tuned]] version of this 16-valve engine, "rated at 225&nbsp;bhp at 8000&nbsp;rpm" by 1977, was used in the [[Group 4 (racing)|Group 4]] TR7 cars of the BL works [[Rallying|rally]] team, from 1976 until 1978, and an even more powerful version in the Group 2 Dolomite Sprint race car.<ref name="Robson 1993"/>
   
It is an issue of conjecture and debate why these few TR7 Sprint were made. It has generally been assumed that these cars must have been made as part of a marketing plan that was prematurely cancelled because of industrial action that stated on 1 November 1977,<ref name="Piggott 2009"/><ref name="Robson & Langworth 2005"/><ref name="Knowles 2007"/> on the same day as [[Michael Edwardes]] became [[Chief Executive]] (later [[Chairman]]):<ref name="Marren 2016"/> a 16-valve TR7 model had been widely anticipated, and 30 of the cars went to the BL press garage at [[Canley]] in July 1977, it is assumed, for a press launch; yet only these few TR7 Sprints were made, none were made after October 1977,<ref name="BMIHT archive"/> and it was "never a catalogued model (why remains a mystery)".<ref name="Bonhams"/>
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It is an issue of some conjecture and debate why these few TR7 Sprint were made. It has generally been assumed that these cars must have been made as part of a marketing plan that must have been prematurely cancelled because of industrial action that stated on 1 November 1977:<ref name="Piggott 2009"/><ref name="Robson & Langworth 2005"/><ref name="Knowles 2007"/><ref name="Marren 2016"/> a 16-valve TR7 model had been widely anticipated, and 30 of the cars went to the BL press garage at [[Canley]] in July 1977, it is assumed, for a press launch; yet only these few TR7 Sprints were made, none were made after October 1977,<ref name="BMIHT archive"/> and it was "never a catalogued model (why remains a mystery)".<ref name="Bonhams"/> However, it is noted that "suprisingly" the cars were not destroyed in some way, as was "normal practice", following this cancellation, that no "definative records" could be found on this putative model, and that "there was no need for it; especially as the the TR8 was almost at production status in 1977."<ref name="Piggott 2009"/> Whereas, at least 50 [[homologation (motorsport)|homologation]] specials were required before the start of the 1978 season to allow continued use of the Group 4 16-valve rally TR7,<ref name="Robson 2007"/><ref name="motorsportmag"/> which was granted by the [[FIA]] on 1 February 1978 in time for its use in the Mintex rally of that year.<ref name="RAC3071"/> <ref name="Robson 1993"/> These were required to be "identical cars equipped with this option",<ref name="FIA1976261DD"/> but were not required to be a catalogued model or actually sold.<ref name="FIA1976252"/>
 
However, it is noted that suprisingly the cars were not destroyed in some way, as was normal practice following cancellation, and that no documentation could be found on this putative model.<ref name="Piggott 2009"/> Also, following changes to [[emissions standard]]s in 1975, the 16-valve engine, as fitted to the TR7 Sprint, could not be sold in the U.S., where the TR7 and the [[V8]] engined [[Triumph TR8]] version were predominantly aimed.<ref name="Knowles 2007"/> Further, production effectivly stopped in July 1977, not November (only 3 cars were made between August and October, all for specific motor shows).<ref name="BMIHT archive"/> Moreover, it is suggested that descriptions of the Speke workforce as "strike prone" were incorrect, and the strike that began in November 1977 was intentionally provoked by BL managment.<ref name = "Marren 2016"/>
 
 
Whereas, at least 50 [[homologation (motorsport)|homologation]] specials were required before the start of the 1978 season to allow continued use of the Group 4 16-valve rally TR7.<ref name="Robson 2007"/><ref name="motorsportmag"/> These were required to be "identical cars equipped with this option",<ref name="FIA1976261DD"/> but were not required to be a catalogued model or actually sold.<ref name="FIA1976252"/>. This re-homologation followed delays to V8 engined TR7V8 rally car, which was to replace the TR7, and changes to the [[FIA]]'s rules effective from the end of 1977.<ref name="Robson 1993"/><ref name="Robson 2008"/> A second homologation of the 16-valve head for use on the Group 4 TR7 rally car was approved on 1 February 1978.<ref name="RAC3071"/> There are also 6 pictures held in the British Motor Museum archives of one of the cars sent to the press garage titled "TR7 Sprint Homologation" and dated 1 November 1977.<ref name="BMIHT F&PA"/> The transfer of the press garage cars out of the keeping of Sales and Marketing to Power-Train Division (who do not appear to be connected with press launches) and possibly the export of some others, began within days of the date of these homologation pictures.<ref name="DVLA"/>
 
   
 
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==Technical specification==

Principal quantum number

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In [[quantum mechanics]], the '''principal quantum number''' (symbolized '''''n''''') is one of four [[quantum number]]s which are assigned to each electron in an [[atom]] to describe that electron's state. As a [[discrete variable]], the principal quantum number is always an integer. As ''n'' increases, the number of electronic shells increases and the electron spends more [[time]] farther from the nucleus. As ''n'' increases, the electron is also at a higher potential energy and is therefore less tightly bound to the nucleus.
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In [[quantum mechanics]], the '''principal quantum number''' (symbolized '''''n''''') is one of four [[quantum number]]s which are assigned to each electron in an [[atom]] to describe that electron's state. As a [[discrete variable]], the principal quantum number is always an integer. As ''n'' increases, the number of electronic shells increases and the electron spends more [[time]] farther from the nucleus. As ''n'' increases, the electron is also at a higher potential energy and is, therefore, less tightly bound to the nucleus.
   
The principal quantum number was first created for use in the [[Bohr model|semiclassical Bohr model of the atom]], distinguishing between different [[energy level]]s. With the development of modern quantum mechanics, the simple Bohr model was replaced with a more complex theory of [[atomic orbital]]s. However, modern theory still requires the principal quantum number. Apart from the principal quantum number, the other quantum numbers for [[Bound state|bound]] electrons are the [[azimuthal quantum number]], the [[magnetic quantum number]], and the [[spin quantum number]].
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The principal quantum number was first created for use in the [[Bohr model|semiclassical Bohr model of the atom]], distinguishing between different [[energy level]]s. With the development of modern quantum mechanics, the simple Bohr model was replaced with a more complex theory of [[atomic orbital]]s. However, the modern theory still requires the principal quantum number. Apart from the principal quantum number, the other quantum numbers for [[Bound state|bound]] electrons are the [[azimuthal quantum number]], the [[magnetic quantum number]], and the [[spin quantum number]].
   
For an analogy, one could imagine a multistoried building with an elevator structure. The building has an integer number of floors, and a (well-functioning) elevator which can only stop at a particular floor. Furthermore, the elevator can only travel an integer number of levels. As with the principal quantum number, higher numbers are associated with higher potential energy.
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For an analogy, one could imagine a multistoried building with an elevator structure. The building has an integer number of floors and a (well-functioning) elevator which can only stop at a particular floor. Furthermore, the elevator can only travel an integer number of levels. As with the principal quantum number, higher numbers are associated with higher potential energy.
   
Beyond this point the analogy breaks down; in the case of elevators the potential energy is gravitational but with the quantum number it is electromagnetic. The gains and losses in energy are approximate with the elevator, but precise with quantum state. The elevator ride from floor to floor is continuous whereas quantum transitions are [[atomic electron transition|discontinuous]]. Finally the constraints of elevator design are imposed by the requirements of architecture, but quantum behavior reflects fundamental laws of physics.
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Beyond this point the analogy breaks down; in the case of elevators the potential energy is gravitational but with the quantum number it is electromagnetic. The gains and losses in energy are approximate with the elevator but precise with the quantum state. The elevator ride from floor to floor is continuous whereas quantum transitions are [[atomic electron transition|discontinuous]]. Finally, the constraints of elevator design are imposed by the requirements of architecture, but quantum behaviour reflects fundamental laws of physics.
   
 
==Derivation==
 
==Derivation==

Shri Siddheshwar Vidyalaya,Majalgaon

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The Dice Man

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'''''The Dice Man''''' is a novel published in 1971 by [[George Cockcroft]] under the pen name [[Luke Rhinehart]] and tells the story of a [[psychiatrist]] who begins making life decisions based on the casting of [[dice]]. Cockcroft wrote the book based on his own experiences of using dice to make decisions while studying psychology.<ref>{{cite news |first=Tim |last=Adams |url=https://www.theguardian.com/books/2000/aug/27/fiction.timadams |title=Dicing with Life |work=The Guardian |date=27 August 2000|access-date=13 April 2009}}</ref> The novel is noted for its subversion, [[anti-psychiatry]] sentiments and for reflecting moods of the early 1970s. Due to its subversive nature and chapters concerned with controversial issues such as rape, murder and sexual experimentation, it was banned in several countries.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/h2g2/A509645 |title=Luke Rhinehart - Author|website=h2g2}}</ref> Upon its initial publication, the cover bore the confident subheader, "Few novels can change your life. This one will" and quickly became a modern cult classic.<ref>{{cite journal | last1 = Trott | first1 = Barry | last2 = Fann | first2 = Kelly | year = 2011 | title = Tapping Into The Appeal Of Cult Fiction | url = | journal = Reference & User Services Quarterly | volume = 51 | issue = 1| pages = 15–18 | doi=10.5860/rusq.51n1.15}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|last=Dickson|first=E. Jane |title=Striptease at the roll of the dice |work=The Times| date=4 November 2000|access-date=7 March 2013}}</ref>
 
'''''The Dice Man''''' is a novel published in 1971 by [[George Cockcroft]] under the pen name [[Luke Rhinehart]] and tells the story of a [[psychiatrist]] who begins making life decisions based on the casting of [[dice]]. Cockcroft wrote the book based on his own experiences of using dice to make decisions while studying psychology.<ref>{{cite news |first=Tim |last=Adams |url=https://www.theguardian.com/books/2000/aug/27/fiction.timadams |title=Dicing with Life |work=The Guardian |date=27 August 2000|access-date=13 April 2009}}</ref> The novel is noted for its subversion, [[anti-psychiatry]] sentiments and for reflecting moods of the early 1970s. Due to its subversive nature and chapters concerned with controversial issues such as rape, murder and sexual experimentation, it was banned in several countries.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/h2g2/A509645 |title=Luke Rhinehart - Author|website=h2g2}}</ref> Upon its initial publication, the cover bore the confident subheader, "Few novels can change your life. This one will" and quickly became a modern cult classic.<ref>{{cite journal | last1 = Trott | first1 = Barry | last2 = Fann | first2 = Kelly | year = 2011 | title = Tapping Into The Appeal Of Cult Fiction | url = | journal = Reference & User Services Quarterly | volume = 51 | issue = 1| pages = 15–18 | doi=10.5860/rusq.51n1.15}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|last=Dickson|first=E. Jane |title=Striptease at the roll of the dice |work=The Times| date=4 November 2000|access-date=7 March 2013}}</ref>
The book went through a number of republishings - in the United States it acquired the even more confident subheader "This book will change your life", in spite of its being a highly edited version of the original.{{Verify source|date=July 2007}} It was initially less successful than in the United Kingdom and [[Scandinavia]].{{Citation needed|date=June 2010}}
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The book went through a number of republishings - in the United States it acquired the even more confident subheader "This book will change your life", in spite of its being a highly edited version of the original.{{Verify source|date=July 2007}} It was initially not successful in the United States but did better in Europe, particularly England, Sweden, Denmark and Spain.<ref>[https://www.theguardian.com/books/2017/mar/04/three-days-dice-man-never-wrote-money-fame-tanya-gold Three Days with the Dice Man]</ref>
   
 
The themes of the book are continued in two other novels, ''[[The Search for the Dice Man]]'' and ''[[Adventures of Wim]]'' and a companion title, ''[[The Book of the Die]]''.
 
The themes of the book are continued in two other novels, ''[[The Search for the Dice Man]]'' and ''[[Adventures of Wim]]'' and a companion title, ''[[The Book of the Die]]''.

WKEF

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During the station's early years, channel 22 had no local newscasts. WKEF established a news department in mid-1972 in response to licensing requirements with two weeknight broadcasts in mid-1972. Mark Pierce was named News Director, with anchor John Getter, sports from [[Billy McCool]], and meteorologist Virginia Bigler. Bigler was granted the [[American Meteorological Society]] Seal of Approval based on her weather segments, becoming the second female meteorologist in the [[United States]] to receive this. The news department was discontinued after the [[1974 Super Outbreak#Xenia, Ohio|Xenia tornado]] in 1974. The final ''[[Eyewitness News]] at 11'' was anchored by Paul Douglas (Wilson) who had joined the WKEF staff as an anchor, reporter, and producer in 1973.
 
During the station's early years, channel 22 had no local newscasts. WKEF established a news department in mid-1972 in response to licensing requirements with two weeknight broadcasts in mid-1972. Mark Pierce was named News Director, with anchor John Getter, sports from [[Billy McCool]], and meteorologist Virginia Bigler. Bigler was granted the [[American Meteorological Society]] Seal of Approval based on her weather segments, becoming the second female meteorologist in the [[United States]] to receive this. The news department was discontinued after the [[1974 Super Outbreak#Xenia, Ohio|Xenia tornado]] in 1974. The final ''[[Eyewitness News]] at 11'' was anchored by Paul Douglas (Wilson) who had joined the WKEF staff as an anchor, reporter, and producer in 1973.
   
Throughout most of the 1970s, WKEF decided against airing its own newscasts possibly owing to low ratings. It relied instead on brief audio-only news updates from newscasters at local radio station [[WING|WING-AM]]. It ran these updates at selected times in the morning, afternoon, and evening using a still slide on-screen with a picture of the newscaster. WKEF brought back full news programs in 1979 under the moniker ''22 Alive! News'' with anchors Tom Miller and Jack Marschall.
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From 1974 to 1979, WKEF decided against airing its own newscasts possibly owing to low ratings. It relied instead on brief audio-only news updates from newscasters from local radio station [[WING|WING-AM]]. It ran these updates at selected times in the morning, afternoon, and evening using a still slide on-screen with a picture of the newscaster. WKEF brought back full news programs in 1979 under the moniker ''22 Alive! News'' with anchors Tom Miller and Jack Marschall.
   
 
In 1998, sister station WRGT-TV began airing a nightly 10:00 newscast, now known as ''FOX 45 News at 10'', using WKEF's news team.
 
In 1998, sister station WRGT-TV began airing a nightly 10:00 newscast, now known as ''FOX 45 News at 10'', using WKEF's news team.

Mandy Rose

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| Main cast (season 5): 10 episodes <!-- as of the April 19 episode, 2016 -->
 
| Main cast (season 5): 10 episodes <!-- as of the April 19 episode, 2016 -->
 
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Mandy Rose Will Appear In WWE 2K19.
 
   
 
== Personal life ==
 
== Personal life ==

Magic (paranormal)

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{{quote|For the storm lasted for three days; and at last the Magians, by using victims [cut up in pieces and offered to the manes] and wizards' spells on the wind, and by sacrificing also to Thetis and the Nereids, did make it to cease on the fourth day.|Herodotus Book VII.191, an example of the work of the Magi that is similar to that of their Chinese counterparts{{sfn|Mair|2015|p=37}}}}
 
{{quote|For the storm lasted for three days; and at last the Magians, by using victims [cut up in pieces and offered to the manes] and wizards' spells on the wind, and by sacrificing also to Thetis and the Nereids, did make it to cease on the fourth day.|Herodotus Book VII.191, an example of the work of the Magi that is similar to that of their Chinese counterparts{{sfn|Mair|2015|p=37}}}}
   
The Magi travelled far beyond Mesopotamia and the Levant. They were present in India by at least the first century BCE, as well as Ethiopia, Egypt, and throughout Asia Minor. Many ancient sources claim they were [[Zarathustrianism|Zarathustrians]], or that Zarathustra, who may have lived as early as 1100 BCE, was himself a Maguš; sinologist [[Victor H. Mair]] has written that they reached China at around this time. [[Ilya Gershevitch]] has described them as "a professional priesthood to whom Zarathustrianism was merely one of the forms of religion in which they ministered against payment, much as a professional musician earns his living by performing the works of different composers".{{sfn|Mair|2015|p=36-39}}
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The Magi travelled far beyond Mesopotamia and the Levant. They were present in India by at least the first century BCE, as well as Ethiopia, Egypt, and throughout Asia Minor. Many ancient sources claim they were [[Zarathustrianism|Zarathustrians]], or that Zarathustra, who may have lived as early as 1100 BCE, was himself a Maguš; according to sinologist [[Victor H. Mair]], they arrived in China at around this time. [[Ilya Gershevitch]] has described them as "a professional priesthood to whom Zarathustrianism was merely one of the forms of religion in which they ministered against payment, much as a professional musician earns his living by performing the works of different composers".{{sfn|Mair|2015|p=36-39}}
   
 
During the late sixth and early fifth centuries BCE, the Persian ''maguš'' was Graecicized and introduced into the ancient Greek language as ''μάγος'' and ''μάγείά''.{{sfn|Otto|Stausberg|2013|p=16}} In doing so it underwent a transformation of meaning, gaining negative connotations, with the ''magos'' being regarded as a charlatan whose ritual practices were fraudulent, strange, unconventional, and dangerous.{{sfn|Otto|Stausberg|2013|p=16}} This change in meaning was influenced by the military conflicts that the Greek city-states were then engaged in against the Persian Empire.{{sfn|Otto|Stausberg|2013|p=16}} In this context, the term makes appearances in such surviving text as [[Sophocles]]' ''[[Oedipus Rex]]'', [[Hippocrates]]' ''[[De morbo sacro]]'', and [[Gorgias]]' ''[[Encomium of Helen]]''.{{sfn|Otto|Stausberg|2013|p=16}} In Sophocles' play, for example, the character [[Oedipus]] derogatorily refers to the seer [[Tiresius]] as a ''magos'', reflecting how this epithet was no longer reserved only for Persians.{{sfn|Bailey|2018|p=19}}
 
During the late sixth and early fifth centuries BCE, the Persian ''maguš'' was Graecicized and introduced into the ancient Greek language as ''μάγος'' and ''μάγείά''.{{sfn|Otto|Stausberg|2013|p=16}} In doing so it underwent a transformation of meaning, gaining negative connotations, with the ''magos'' being regarded as a charlatan whose ritual practices were fraudulent, strange, unconventional, and dangerous.{{sfn|Otto|Stausberg|2013|p=16}} This change in meaning was influenced by the military conflicts that the Greek city-states were then engaged in against the Persian Empire.{{sfn|Otto|Stausberg|2013|p=16}} In this context, the term makes appearances in such surviving text as [[Sophocles]]' ''[[Oedipus Rex]]'', [[Hippocrates]]' ''[[De morbo sacro]]'', and [[Gorgias]]' ''[[Encomium of Helen]]''.{{sfn|Otto|Stausberg|2013|p=16}} In Sophocles' play, for example, the character [[Oedipus]] derogatorily refers to the seer [[Tiresius]] as a ''magos'', reflecting how this epithet was no longer reserved only for Persians.{{sfn|Bailey|2018|p=19}}

The Science Fiction Radio Show

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== Origin of ''The Science Fiction Radio Show'' ==
 
== Origin of ''The Science Fiction Radio Show'' ==
   
The show originated in 1979, emerging from a proposed science fiction class at [[Odessa College]] in Odessa, Texas.<ref>{{cite web|title=Odessa, TX|url=https://www.odessa-tx.gov|website=odessa-tx.gov|publisher=City of Odessa, TX|accessdate=24 October 2014}}</ref> In the fall of that year, David Carson, a media-design specialist at the college, and Keith Johnson, the school's astronomer and planetarium director, offered a science fiction course that failed to attract a sufficient number of students. With the large amount of material already prepared for the class, the pair decided to work on a radio show. Carson came up with a format for the program and took it to Johnson. Wally Jackson, the head of the Communications Department and supervisor of the college radio station, gave the go ahead. Odessa College provided recording facilities and funds for tape and telephone expenses.
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The show originated in 1979, emerging from a proposed science fiction class at [[Odessa College]] in [[Odessa, Texas]].<ref>{{cite web|title=Odessa, TX|url=https://www.odessa-tx.gov|website=odessa-tx.gov|publisher=City of Odessa, TX|accessdate=24 October 2014}}</ref> In the fall of that year, David Carson, a media-design specialist at the college, and Keith Johnson, the school's astronomer and planetarium director, offered a science fiction course that failed to attract a sufficient number of students. With the large amount of material already prepared for the class, the pair decided to work on a radio show. Carson came up with a format for the program and took it to Johnson. Wally Jackson, the head of the Communications Department and supervisor of the college radio station, gave the go ahead. Odessa College provided recording facilities and funds for tape and telephone expenses.
 
[[File:Daryl Lane Jack Williamson and David Carson interview.jpg|thumb|right|Daryl Lane (left) and David Carson (right) interview Jack Williamson]]
 
[[File:Daryl Lane Jack Williamson and David Carson interview.jpg|thumb|right|Daryl Lane (left) and David Carson (right) interview Jack Williamson]]
 
As work started on the project two more people were added: Daryl Lane, English professor and chair of the English Department at [[Odessa College]]; and David Crews, a production manager and digital musician from one of the local television stations. Besides functioning as an interviewer and on-air voice, Crews also created the synthesized digital score that served as background music to the show and provided its other-worldly mood.
 
As work started on the project two more people were added: Daryl Lane, English professor and chair of the English Department at [[Odessa College]]; and David Crews, a production manager and digital musician from one of the local television stations. Besides functioning as an interviewer and on-air voice, Crews also created the synthesized digital score that served as background music to the show and provided its other-worldly mood.

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===Miss World 2016===
 
===Miss World 2016===
 
Gray represented the [[Philippines]] at the [[Miss World 2016]] where she placed in the Top 5.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.missworld.com/#/news/411 |title=Miss World 2016 - Full Results |website=missworld.com}}</ref>
 
Gray represented the [[Philippines]] at the [[Miss World 2016]] where she placed in the Top 5.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.missworld.com/#/news/411 |title=Miss World 2016 - Full Results |website=missworld.com}}</ref>
Additionally, she won Multimedia Award, placed second in Talent,{{citation needed|date=January 2018}}, and cited as among the top 5 finalist in the Beauty with a Purpose project.{{citation needed|date=January 2018}}
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Additionally, she won Multimedia Award, placed second in Talent,{{citation needed|date=January 2018}} and cited as among the top 5 finalist in the Beauty with a Purpose project.{{citation needed|date=January 2018}}
   
 
===Binibining Pilipinas 2018===
 
===Binibining Pilipinas 2018===

The Queen

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==In arts and literature==
 
==In arts and literature==

Vegard Forren

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Club

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==Career statistics==
 
==Career statistics==
 
===Club===
 
===Club===
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|[[2007 Molde FK season|2007]]
 
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|valign="center"|[[Southampton F.C.|Southampton]]
 
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The Queen

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* [[Elizabeth II]] (born 1926), Queen since 1952
 
   
 
==In arts and literature==
 
==In arts and literature==

Sussex in the High Middle Ages

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After the [[East-West Schism]] of 1054 the medieval church [[Greek East and Latin West|formally separated]] into a Latin-based [[Catholic Church]] in the west of Europe and a Greek-based [[Eastern Orthodox Church|Orthodox Church]] in the east of Europe. Following the Norman Conquest of 1066, there was a purge of the English episcopate in 1070.<ref name="kelly9">Kelly. The Bishopric of Selsey ''in'' Mary Hobbs. Chichester Cathedral. p. 9</ref> [[Æthelric II]], the Anglo-Saxon Bishop of Selsey was deposed and imprisoned and replaced with William the Conqueror's personal chaplain, [[Stigand of Selsey|Stigand]].<ref name="kelly9"/> During Stigand's episcopate the see that had been established at Selsey was transferred to Chichester after the [[Council of London (1075)|Council of London]] of 1075 decreed that sees should be centred in cities rather than [[vill]]s.<ref name="kelly9"/> [[Ralph de Luffa|Bishop Ralph Luffa]] is credited with the foundation of the current [[Chichester Cathedral]].<ref name="stephens47">Stephens. Memorials. p. 47</ref> <ref name="hennessy2">Hennessy. Chichester Diocese Clergy Lists. pp. 2–3</ref>
 
After the [[East-West Schism]] of 1054 the medieval church [[Greek East and Latin West|formally separated]] into a Latin-based [[Catholic Church]] in the west of Europe and a Greek-based [[Eastern Orthodox Church|Orthodox Church]] in the east of Europe. Following the Norman Conquest of 1066, there was a purge of the English episcopate in 1070.<ref name="kelly9">Kelly. The Bishopric of Selsey ''in'' Mary Hobbs. Chichester Cathedral. p. 9</ref> [[Æthelric II]], the Anglo-Saxon Bishop of Selsey was deposed and imprisoned and replaced with William the Conqueror's personal chaplain, [[Stigand of Selsey|Stigand]].<ref name="kelly9"/> During Stigand's episcopate the see that had been established at Selsey was transferred to Chichester after the [[Council of London (1075)|Council of London]] of 1075 decreed that sees should be centred in cities rather than [[vill]]s.<ref name="kelly9"/> [[Ralph de Luffa|Bishop Ralph Luffa]] is credited with the foundation of the current [[Chichester Cathedral]].<ref name="stephens47">Stephens. Memorials. p. 47</ref> <ref name="hennessy2">Hennessy. Chichester Diocese Clergy Lists. pp. 2–3</ref>
 
The original structure that had been built by Stigand was largely destroyed by fire in 1114.<ref name="stephens47"/>
 
The original structure that had been built by Stigand was largely destroyed by fire in 1114.<ref name="stephens47"/>

My Scene Goes Hollywood

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After a while, the fame starts going to Madison's head. She also thinks that she and Ryan are dating as they always go out together and the tabloids refer to as "Ryan's Mystery Girl." When she gets invited to a party with Ryan and Lindsay, her friends show up to surprise her. But Madison's very rude to them and pretends that she does not know them. She starts to act and dress like a diva, and avoid her lifelong friends. This causes her friends to become mad at her and start avoiding her.
 
After a while, the fame starts going to Madison's head. She also thinks that she and Ryan are dating as they always go out together and the tabloids refer to as "Ryan's Mystery Girl." When she gets invited to a party with Ryan and Lindsay, her friends show up to surprise her. But Madison's very rude to them and pretends that she does not know them. She starts to act and dress like a diva, and avoid her lifelong friends. This causes her friends to become mad at her and start avoiding her.
   
When Madison asks Ryan how they will handle their relationship once he goes back to Los Angeles, he explains that he does not see her as his girlfriend, leaving her heartbroken. Lindsay witnesses this and goes to the other girls, who seem unfazed by the encounter. Lindsay goes on to explain that Madison cares about them and needs them now more than ever. The girls go to Madison's place, where Madison apologizes to her friends for her recent behavior.
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When shooting is about to wrap in New York, Madison asks Ryan how they will handle their relationship. He explains that he does not see her as his girlfriend, leaving her heartbroken. Lindsay witnesses this and goes to the other girls, who seem unfazed by the encounter. Lindsay goes on to explain that Madison cares about them and needs them now more than ever. The girls go to Madison's place, where Madison apologizes to her friends for her recent behavior.
   
 
In the end, they are all invited to the [[red carpet]] opening of the movie. There, when Ryan tries to get Madison and Lindsay's attention, they ignore him and go to watch the movie with the other girls.
 
In the end, they are all invited to the [[red carpet]] opening of the movie. There, when Ryan tries to get Madison and Lindsay's attention, they ignore him and go to watch the movie with the other girls.

MPDS4

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== History ==
 
== History ==
   
MPDS' history<ref>This history is based on interviews of [[Cambridge]] software developers who worked with Dick Newell and Tom Sancha, and were employed by all or some of: CIS, Computervision, PTC, Quintic Ltd and CAD Schroer</ref> is tied in with the Computer-Aided Design Centre (or [[CADCentre]]) which was created in [[Cambridge]] in 1967 by the [[UK Government]] to carry out [[Computer-aided design|CAD]] research.
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MPDS' history<ref>This history is based on interviews of [[Cambridge]] software developers who worked with Dick Newell and Tom Sancha, and were employed by all or some of: CIS, Computervision, PTC, Quintic Ltd and CAD Schroer</ref> is tied in with the Computer-Aided Design Centre (or [[CADCentre]]) which was created in Cambridge in 1967 by the [[UK Government]] to carry out [[Computer-aided design|CAD]] research.
   
 
Famous British computer scientist Dr. [[Dick Newell]] worked there on a file-based [[macro language]] driven 3D plant design system called [[PDMS (software)|PDMS]] (Plant Design Management System). Together with colleague Tom Sancha he left the CADCentre in 1977 to form a company called Cambridge Interactive Systems or CIS and primarily concentrated on 2D CAD. CIS had developed an electrical cabling solution initially called CABLOS, which was first purchased by Dowty Engineering in about 1979. Another early adopter was BMW, which used the system for car wiring diagrams. CABLOS soon became known and sold as the [[MEDUSA]] drafting system under CIS. The proprietary programming language with which MEDUSA version 1 was developed was known as baCIS 1. Around this time, the company also began developing its own 3D modelling kernel for MEDUSA.
 
Famous British computer scientist Dr. [[Dick Newell]] worked there on a file-based [[macro language]] driven 3D plant design system called [[PDMS (software)|PDMS]] (Plant Design Management System). Together with colleague Tom Sancha he left the CADCentre in 1977 to form a company called Cambridge Interactive Systems or CIS and primarily concentrated on 2D CAD. CIS had developed an electrical cabling solution initially called CABLOS, which was first purchased by Dowty Engineering in about 1979. Another early adopter was BMW, which used the system for car wiring diagrams. CABLOS soon became known and sold as the [[MEDUSA]] drafting system under CIS. The proprietary programming language with which MEDUSA version 1 was developed was known as baCIS 1. Around this time, the company also began developing its own 3D modelling kernel for MEDUSA.

C. Ravichandran

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'''C. Ravichandran''' is an [[malayalam]] author and public speaker from [[Kerala]], [[India]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-national/tp-kerala/religiosity-on-the-rise-ravichandran/article22547540.ece |title=Religiosity on the rise: Ravichandran}}</ref> He is a science writer and a [[criticism of religion|critic of religion]] and [[pseudo-science]]. Ravichandran's book ''Masthishkam Katha Parayunnu'' won the [[Kerala State Council for Science, Technology and Environment]] in the category ''best Science Book'' in 2017. He is also a recipient of the GN Pillai award by the [[Kerala Sahitya Akademi]] for his book ''Budhane Erinja Kallu''.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/kerala/sahithya-akademi-awards-announced/article22819193.ece |title=Sahithya Akademi award winners}}</ref>
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'''C. Ravichandran''' is an [[malayalam]] author and public speaker from [[Kerala]], [[India]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-national/tp-kerala/religiosity-on-the-rise-ravichandran/article22547540.ece |title=Religiosity on the rise: Ravichandran}}</ref> He is a science writer and a [[criticism of religion|critic of religion]] and [[pseudo-science]]. Ravichandran's book ''Masthishkam Katha Parayunnu'' won the [[Kerala State Council for Science, Technology and Environment]] in the category ''best Science Book'' in 2017.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-national/tp-kerala/science-literature-awards-announced/article19936364.ece |title=Science literature awards announced}}</ref> He is also a recipient of the GN Pillai award by the [[Kerala Sahitya Akademi]] for his book ''Budhane Erinja Kallu''.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/kerala/sahithya-akademi-awards-announced/article22819193.ece |title=Sahithya Akademi award winners}}</ref>
   
 
A assistant professor by profession<ref>{{cite web|url=https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/thiruvananthapuram/debate-casts-light-on-gita-caste-system/articleshow/58072655.cms|title=Essense Debate}}</ref>, Ravichandran is a regular speaker at events organised by [[Essense club]].
 
A assistant professor by profession<ref>{{cite web|url=https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/thiruvananthapuram/debate-casts-light-on-gita-caste-system/articleshow/58072655.cms|title=Essense Debate}}</ref>, Ravichandran is a regular speaker at events organised by [[Essense club]].

Simple harmonic motion

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===Scotch yoke===
 
{{main|Scotch yoke}}
 
{{main|Scotch yoke}}
A Scotch yoke mechanism can be used to convert between rotational motion and linear reciprocating motion. The linear motion can take various forms depending on the shape of the slot, but the basic yoke with a constant rotation speed produces a linear motion that is simple harmonic in form.in shm acceleration depends on speed of particle
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A Scotch yoke mechanism can be used to convert between rotational motion and linear reciprocating motion. The linear motion can take various forms depending on the shape of the slot, but the basic yoke with a constant rotation speed produces a linear motion that is simple harmonic in form.
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Shri Siddheshwar Vidyalaya,Majalgaon

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Mercedes AMG F1 W09 EQ Power+

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| Caption = [[Valtteri Bottas]] driving an F1 W09 EQ Power+ during pre-season testing.
 
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Draft:Santana Chakma

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'''Santana Chakma''' is a Indian Politician from Tripura.She is Minister of Social Welfare and Social Education and Animal Resource Development in [[Biplab Kumar Deb ministry]]<ref>https://www.theapolitical.in/india/santana-chakma-takes-oath-minister-first-bjp-govt-tripura</ref>.She became the MLA from Pencharthal Constituency by defeating CPI(M) Candidate Anil Chakma by a margin of 1,373 votes.<ref>http://eciresults.nic.in/ConstituencywiseS2359.htm?ac=59</ref>
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'''Santana Chakma''' is a Indian Politician from Tripura.She is Minister of Social Welfare and Social Education and Animal Resource Development in [[Biplab Kumar Deb ministry]]<ref>https://www.theapolitical.in/india/santana-chakma-takes-oath-minister-first-bjp-govt-tripura</ref>.She became the MLA from Pencharthal Constituency by defeating CPI(M) Candidate Anil Chakma by a margin of 1,373 votes.<ref>http://eciresults.nic.in/ConstituencywiseS2359.htm?ac=59</ref><ref>https://thenortheasttoday.com/tag/santana-chakma/</ref>
   
 
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Singapore Mediation Centre

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Updated statistics, and information related to the newly launched Mediation Act 2017.

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==Present Day==
 
==Present Day==
SMC is located within the Supreme Court's premises. Mediations at the SMC is usually held at the mediation chambers in the Supreme Court. [[Mediation]] provides strategic conflict management in which parties can resolve their own disputes, including commercial, contractual, or matrimonial disputes with the help of a neutral third party. The mediator acts only as a facilitator to guide and regulate the process. The outcome of the mediation is determined by the parties themselves. Mediation is an interest-based approach that is non-confrontational, and focuses on solving problems in regards to the parties' interest. Examples of mediation services are the Healthcare Mediation Scheme, which offers subsidised mediation services for disputes between patients and healthcare institutions, and mediation for disputes arising from the Personal Data Protection Act.<ref>[http://www.todayonline.com/singapore/mediation-centre-focus-business-disputes Mediation centre to focus on business disputes]</ref>
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SMC is located within the Supreme Court's premises. Mediations at the SMC are usually held at the mediation chambers in the Supreme Court. [[Mediation]] provides strategic conflict management in which parties can resolve their own disputes, including commercial, contractual, or matrimonial disputes with the help of a neutral third party. The mediator acts only as a facilitator to guide and regulate the process. The outcome of the mediation is determined by the parties themselves. Mediation is an interest-based approach that is non-confrontational, and focuses on solving problems in regards to the parties' interest. Examples of mediation services are the Healthcare Mediation Scheme, which offers subsidised mediation services for disputes between patients and healthcare institutions, and mediation for disputes arising from the Personal Data Protection Act.<ref>[http://www.todayonline.com/singapore/mediation-centre-focus-business-disputes Mediation centre to focus on business disputes]</ref>
   
 
SMC is governed by a Board of Directors chaired by Justice [[Belinda Ang]]; and assisted by a Board of Advisors who provide strategic advice to enable SMC to achieve its mission.<ref name=SMC>{{cite web|title=About Us|url=http://www.mediation.com.sg/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=26&Itemid=198|publisher=Singapore Mediation Centre|accessdate=4 March 2014}}</ref> SMC has 3 panels of mediators, classed as International, Principal and Associate Mediators.<ref name="SMC mediators">{{cite web|title=Mediators and Neutrals|url=http://www.mediation.com.sg/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=54&Itemid=201|publisher=Singapore Mediation Centre|accessdate=4 March 2014}}</ref>
 
SMC is governed by a Board of Directors chaired by Justice [[Belinda Ang]]; and assisted by a Board of Advisors who provide strategic advice to enable SMC to achieve its mission.<ref name=SMC>{{cite web|title=About Us|url=http://www.mediation.com.sg/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=26&Itemid=198|publisher=Singapore Mediation Centre|accessdate=4 March 2014}}</ref> SMC has 3 panels of mediators, classed as International, Principal and Associate Mediators.<ref name="SMC mediators">{{cite web|title=Mediators and Neutrals|url=http://www.mediation.com.sg/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=54&Itemid=201|publisher=Singapore Mediation Centre|accessdate=4 March 2014}}</ref>
   
Recently, the organisation has published a news release, highlighting its record high of 499 matters handled in 2016, a 72% increase over 2015.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://mediation.com.sg/assets/homepage/News-Release-Bumber-number-of-mediation-matters-for-SMC-in-2016-Final-Amended.pdf|title=Bumper number of mediation matters for Singapore Mediation Centre in 2016|last=|first=|date=|website=Singapore Mediation Centre|archive-url=|archive-date=26 January 2017|dead-url=|access-date=}}</ref>
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Based on news releases from the organisation, there has been an increase in mediation matters handled by SMC in its over 20-year history. In 2016, it released a record of 499 matters handled in 2016, a 72% increase over 2015.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://mediation.com.sg/assets/homepage/News-Release-Bumber-number-of-mediation-matters-for-SMC-in-2016-Final-Amended.pdf|title=Bumper number of mediation matters for Singapore Mediation Centre in 2016|last=|first=|date=|website=Singapore Mediation Centre|archive-url=|archive-date=26 January 2017|dead-url=|access-date=}}</ref> It recorded an 8% increase in matters filed in 2017, and its highest annual quantum of total dispute sums administered in the Centre's history.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.mediation.com.sg/assets/Uploads/News-Release-Total-disputed-sums-mediated-at-Singapore-Mediation-Centre-crosses-2.7-billion-in-2017-the-highest-ever-in-the-centres-history-FINAL.pdf|title=Total disputed sums mediated at Singapore Mediation Centre crosses $2.7 billion in 2017 –
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==References==
 
==References==

Tobie Matthew

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Snowboarding at the 2018 Winter Paralympics – Women's snowboard cross

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Mitch Mullany

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'''Mitchell Paul Mullany''' (September 20, 1968 – May 25, 2008) was an American [[Stand-up comedy|comedian]], [[actor]], [[screenwriter]], and [[author]]. Mullany is best known for portraying the role of White Mike in the 1990s comedy sitcom
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'''Mitchell Paul Mullany''' (September 20, 1968 – May 25, 2008) was an American stand-up [[comedian]], [[actor]], [[screenwriter]], and [[author]]. Mullany is best known for portraying the role of White Mike in the 1990s comedy sitcom
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''[[The Wayans Bros]]''.
   
 
==Career==
 
==Career==
Mullany was born in [[Oakland, California]] on September 20, 1968. At the age of 19 he began his stand-up career by performing at the East Oakland Rooms. After a stint on the WB sitcom ''[[The Wayans Bros.]]'' as "White Mike," he starred in his own series, ''[[Nick Freno: Licensed Teacher]]'' from 1996 to 1998. In 1999, he wrote and starred in ''[[The Breaks (film)]]'' as Derrick King. In 2003, he hosted an ABC reality series called ''[[All American Girl (2003 TV series)|All American Girl]]''.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.variety.com/article/VR1117986641.html?categoryid=14&cs=1|title=Comedian Mitch Mullany dies at 39|date=2008-05-30|work=[[Variety (magazine)|Variety]]|accessdate=2008-05-31}}</ref> In 2006 he published his own book titled "Stranded At Almost".
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Mullany was born in [[Oakland, California]] on September 20, 1968. At the age of 19 he began his stand-up career by performing in East Oakland Rooms. A year later he preformed at shows ''MTV'S 1/2 Hour Comedy Hour'', ''[[Showtime at the Apollo]]'', and ''Evening at the Improve''. After a role on the sitcom ''[[The Wayans Bros.]]'' as the recurring character "White Mike" from 1995 to 1996, he starred in his own series, ''[[Nick Freno: Licensed Teacher]]'' from 1996 to 1998. Both of these shows were aired on [[The WB]]. During breaks from acting on ''Nick Freno: Licensed Teacher'', he would continue to do his stand-up routine. In 1999, he wrote and starred in his first featured film ''[[The Breaks (film)]]'' as "Derrick King". In 2003, he hosted an [[ABC| American Broadcasting Company]] reality series called ''[[All American Girl (2003 TV series)|All American Girl]]''.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.variety.com/article/VR1117986641.html?categoryid=14&cs=1|title=Comedian Mitch Mullany dies at 39|date=2008-05-30|work=[[Variety (magazine)|Variety]]|accessdate=2008-05-31}}</ref> Mullany has also appeared multiple times on ''[[The Tonight Show with Jay Leno]]''.{{Citation needed}}
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==Death==
 
==Death==

Eurocopter AS350 Écureuil

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Notable accidents and incidents

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* On 9 March 2015, two AS350 B3 [[Villa Castelli helicopter collision|collided mid air]] in [[La Rioja Province, Argentina]], killing all 10 people on board both aircraft. The passengers, including a number of French athletes, were participants in the filming of French reality television program [[Dropped (TV series)|''Dropped'']].
 
* On 9 March 2015, two AS350 B3 [[Villa Castelli helicopter collision|collided mid air]] in [[La Rioja Province, Argentina]], killing all 10 people on board both aircraft. The passengers, including a number of French athletes, were participants in the filming of French reality television program [[Dropped (TV series)|''Dropped'']].
 
* On 16 December 2017 an AS350 B3 crashed in Yerba Buena Biological Reserve approximately 100 miles west of [[Tegucigalpa|Tegucigalpa, Honduras]]. Among the six dead in the crash was Hilda Hernández the sister of [[Juan Orlando Hernández]] the president of Honduras.<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://www.laprensa.hn/honduras/1135560-410/muere-en-accidente-a%C3%A9reo-hilda-hern%C3%A1ndez-hermana-del-presidente-de-honduras|title=Muere Hilda Hernández, hermana del presidente de Honduras|work=Diario La Prensa|access-date=2017-12-18|language=es-LA}}</ref>
 
* On 16 December 2017 an AS350 B3 crashed in Yerba Buena Biological Reserve approximately 100 miles west of [[Tegucigalpa|Tegucigalpa, Honduras]]. Among the six dead in the crash was Hilda Hernández the sister of [[Juan Orlando Hernández]] the president of Honduras.<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://www.laprensa.hn/honduras/1135560-410/muere-en-accidente-a%C3%A9reo-hilda-hern%C3%A1ndez-hermana-del-presidente-de-honduras|title=Muere Hilda Hernández, hermana del presidente de Honduras|work=Diario La Prensa|access-date=2017-12-18|language=es-LA}}</ref>
* On 11 March 2018 an AS350 crashed in a deadly crash carrying six passengers including the pilot on the east river of New York City. Two passengers where confirmed dead with three remaining passengers in critical condition. the pilot was able to free himself and was rescued by a nearby tug boat that responded to the aid.<ref>{{cite news|url=https://www.cbsnews.com/news/helicopter-crash-east-river-new-york-city-authorities-respond-live-updates/|author= Justin Carissimo|date=March 11, 2018|work=CBS News|accessdate=March 12, 2018}}</ref>
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* On 11 March 2018 an AS350 crashed in a deadly crash carrying six passengers including the pilot on the east river of New York City. Five passengers where confirmed dead. the pilot was able to free himself and was rescued by a nearby tug boat that responded to the aid.<ref>{{cite news|url=https://www.cbsnews.com/news/helicopter-crash-east-river-new-york-city-authorities-respond-live-updates/|title=5 killed in New York City helicopter crash on river|author= Justin Carissimo|date=March 11, 2018|work=CBS News|accessdate=March 12, 2018}}</ref>
   
 
==Specifications (AS350 B3)==
 
==Specifications (AS350 B3)==

Leo Kulinczenko

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'''Leo Kulinczenko''' was a American [[Association football|soccer]] defender who played professionally in the [[American Soccer League (1933-1983)|American Soccer League]] the [[National Challenge Cup|Lamar Hunt US Open Cup (National Challenge Cup)]] and the [[CONCACAF Champions Cup|CONCACAF Champions League (CONCACAF Champions Cup)]].
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'''Leo Kulinczenko''' was an American [[Association football|soccer]] defender who played professionally in the [[American Soccer League (1933-1983)|American Soccer League]] the [[National Challenge Cup|Lamar Hunt US Open Cup (National Challenge Cup)]] and the [[CONCACAF Champions Cup|CONCACAF Champions League (CONCACAF Champions Cup)]].
   
 
==Youth career==
 
==Youth career==

Four stages of enlightenment

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Path and Fruit

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The [[Sutta Pitaka]] classifies the four levels according to the levels' attainments. In the [[Sthavira nikāya|Sthaviravada]] and Theravada traditions, which teach that progress in understanding comes all at once, and that 'insight' (''abhisamaya'') does not come 'gradually' (successively - ''anapurva''),"{{sfn|Warder|2000|p=284}} this classification is further elaborated, with each of the four levels described as a path to be attained suddenly, followed by the realisation of the fruit of the path.
 
The [[Sutta Pitaka]] classifies the four levels according to the levels' attainments. In the [[Sthavira nikāya|Sthaviravada]] and Theravada traditions, which teach that progress in understanding comes all at once, and that 'insight' (''abhisamaya'') does not come 'gradually' (successively - ''anapurva''),"{{sfn|Warder|2000|p=284}} this classification is further elaborated, with each of the four levels described as a path to be attained suddenly, followed by the realisation of the fruit of the path.
   
The process of becoming an Arahat is therefore characterized by four distinct and sudden changes, although in the sutras it says that the path has a gradual development, with gnosis only after a long stretch, just as the ocean has a gradual shelf, a gradual inclination with a sudden drop only after a long stretch. The Mahasanghika had the doctrine of ''ekaksana-citt'', "according to which a Buddha knows everything in a single thought-instant" (Gomez 1991, p.&nbsp;69). The same stance is taken in [[Chan Buddhism]], although the Chán school harmonized this point of view with the need for gradual training after the initial insight.{{citation needed|date=August 2016}} This "gradual training" is expressed in teachings as [[Five Ranks|the Five ranks of enlightenment]], [[Ten Bulls|Ten Ox-Herding Pictures]] which detail the steps on the Path, [[Linji Yixuan#Expressing the inexpressible|The Three mysterious Gates]] of Linji, and the [[Hakuin#Four ways of knowing|Four Ways of Knowing]] of [[Hakuin]]. The same stance is taken in the contemporary [[Vipassana movement]], especially the so-called [[U Nārada|"New Burmese Method"]].<ref>{{cite web|last=Armstrong|first=Steve|title=The Practical Dharma of Mahasi Sayadaw|url=http://www.buddhistgeeks.com/2010/04/the-practical-dharma-of-mahasi-sayadaw/|publisher=[[Buddhist Geeks]]|accessdate=August 13, 2016|deadurl=yes|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20160503164438/http://www.buddhistgeeks.com/2010/04/the-practical-dharma-of-mahasi-sayadaw/|archivedate=May 3, 2016|df=}}</ref>
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The process of becoming an Arahat is therefore characterized by four distinct and sudden changes, although in the sutras it says that the path has a gradual development, with gnosis only after a long stretch, just as the ocean has a gradual shelf, a gradual inclination with a sudden drop only after a long stretch. The Mahasanghika had the doctrine of ''ekaksana-citt'', "according to which a Buddha knows everything in a single thought-instant" (Gomez 1991, p.&nbsp; 69). The same stance is taken in [[Chan Buddhism]], although the Chán school harmonized this point of view with the need for gradual training after the initial insight.{{citation needed|date=August 2016}} This "gradual training" is expressed in teachings as [[Five Ranks|the Five ranks of enlightenment]], [[Ten Bulls|Ten Ox-Herding Pictures]] which detail the steps on the Path, [[Linji Yixuan#Expressing the inexpressible|The Three mysterious Gates]] of Linji, and the [[Hakuin#Four ways of knowing|Four Ways of Knowing]] of [[Hakuin]]. The same stance is taken in the contemporary [[Vipassana movement]], especially the so-called [[U Nārada|"New Burmese Method"]].<ref>{{cite web|last=Armstrong|first=Steve|title=The Practical Dharma of Mahasi Sayadaw|url=http://www.buddhistgeeks.com/2010/04/the-practical-dharma-of-mahasi-sayadaw/|publisher=[[Buddhist Geeks]]|accessdate=August 13, 2016|deadurl=yes|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20160503164438/http://www.buddhistgeeks.com/2010/04/the-practical-dharma-of-mahasi-sayadaw/|archivedate=May 3, 2016|df=}}</ref>
   
 
==The ordinary person==
 
==The ordinary person==

ArtRave: The Artpop Ball

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# "[[Just Dance (song)|Just Dance]]"
 
# "[[Just Dance (song)|Just Dance]]"
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# "[[Paparazzi (Lady Gaga song)|Paparazzi]]"

The Pope Song

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{{quote box|align=right|width=25em|"And if you don't like the swearing this motherfucker forced from me<br/>And reckon it shows moral or intellectual paucity<br/>Then fuck you motherfucker, this is language one employs<br/>When one is fucking cross about fuckers fucking boys"|title = Tim Michin's rationale behind including swear words in The Pope Song|source =—The Pope Song (2010)}}
 
{{quote box|align=right|width=25em|"And if you don't like the swearing this motherfucker forced from me<br/>And reckon it shows moral or intellectual paucity<br/>Then fuck you motherfucker, this is language one employs<br/>When one is fucking cross about fuckers fucking boys"|title = Tim Michin's rationale behind including swear words in The Pope Song|source =—The Pope Song (2010)}}
   
The song was inspired by both [[Pope Benedict XVI|Pope Benedict]]'s 2010 visit to the [[United Kingdom|UK]], and the abuse controversy that resurfaced that year. Tim Minchin released it to the Internet with a cartoon of multi-ethnic [[cardinal (Catholicism)|cardinals]] and the pope dancing the [[can-can]] without any underwear.
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The song was inspired by both [[Pope Benedict XVI|Pope Benedict]]'s 2010 visit to the UK, and the abuse controversy that resurfaced that year. Tim Minchin released it to the Internet with a cartoon of multi-ethnic [[cardinal (Catholicism)|cardinals]] and the pope dancing the [[can-can]] without any underwear.
   
 
The song contains over 80 instances of the words "fuck", "motherfucker" and derivatives of these.
 
The song contains over 80 instances of the words "fuck", "motherfucker" and derivatives of these.

Pterolophia strumosa var. blackburni

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Abraham of Paleostrov

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Veneration

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The date of the local canonization of Abraham Paleostrovsky is unknown. In the XVII century, the Palaeostrovsky Monastery was twice devastated, as a result of which most of the archive was lost.
 
His [[feast day]] is celebrated on August 21 in the Russian church.<ref name="Synaxis of All Saints of Karelia">Synaxis of All Saints of Karelia</ref><ref>Synaxis of All Saints of Novgorod</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.pravenc.ru/text/73419.html|script-title=ru:Авраамий Палеостровский|trans-title=Eleazar, Nazarius and Eumenius|publisher=Православная Энциклопедиа (The Orthodox Encyclopedia)|language=Russian}}</ref>
 
His [[feast day]] is celebrated on August 21 in the Russian church.<ref name="Synaxis of All Saints of Karelia">Synaxis of All Saints of Karelia</ref><ref>Synaxis of All Saints of Novgorod</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.pravenc.ru/text/73419.html|script-title=ru:Авраамий Палеостровский|trans-title=Eleazar, Nazarius and Eumenius|publisher=Православная Энциклопедиа (The Orthodox Encyclopedia)|language=Russian}}</ref>
   

Parade (Prince album)

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| Alt = A black a white photo of a man with a black tank top and his arms posed in a theatrical way with the words "PRINCE AND THE REVOLUTION/ PARADE"
 
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Sateri

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'''Sateri''' is a manufacturer of viscose rayon, a natural fibre made with 100% dissolving wood pulp from trees grown on renewable plantations.<ref>https://www.reuters.com/article/us-nordics-forestry-idUSKCN0WF076</ref> Sateri supplies high-quality fibre to the manufacturers of everything from comfortable clothing and durable home textiles to skin-friendly baby wipes, beauty masks and other personal hygiene products.<ref>http://www.sateri.com</ref>
 
'''Sateri''' is a manufacturer of viscose rayon, a natural fibre made with 100% dissolving wood pulp from trees grown on renewable plantations.<ref>https://www.reuters.com/article/us-nordics-forestry-idUSKCN0WF076</ref> Sateri supplies high-quality fibre to the manufacturers of everything from comfortable clothing and durable home textiles to skin-friendly baby wipes, beauty masks and other personal hygiene products.<ref>http://www.sateri.com</ref>
   
As the largest maker of viscose fibre in [[China]] – with three modern mills and annual capacity of 550,000 tons – Sateri has policies guiding sustainability, environmental protection and responsible production. The company's corporate office is in Shanghai. Sateri does not use wood pulp from natural, ancient or endangered forests or from forests of high conservation value or high carbon stock or from the habitats of endangered species.<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://www.sateri.com/sustainability/our-commitment/|title=Our Commitment|newspaper=Sateri|access-date=2017-02-17|language=en-US}}</ref> Sateri's Pulp Sourcing Policy<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://www.sateri.com/sustainability/pulp-sourcing-policy/|title=Pulp Sourcing Policy|newspaper=Sateri|access-date=2017-02-17|language=en-US}}</ref> and Sustainability Policy<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://www.sateri.com/sustainability/sustainability-policy/|title=Sustainability Policy|newspaper=Sateri|access-date=2017-02-17|language=en-US}}</ref> apply to all of its dissolving wood pulp suppliers.
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As the largest maker of viscose fibre in China – with three modern mills and annual capacity of 550,000 tons – Sateri has policies guiding sustainability, environmental protection and responsible production. The company's corporate office is in Shanghai. Sateri does not use wood pulp from natural, ancient or endangered forests or from forests of high conservation value or high carbon stock or from the habitats of endangered species.<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://www.sateri.com/sustainability/our-commitment/|title=Our Commitment|newspaper=Sateri|access-date=2017-02-17|language=en-US}}</ref> Sateri's Pulp Sourcing Policy<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://www.sateri.com/sustainability/pulp-sourcing-policy/|title=Pulp Sourcing Policy|newspaper=Sateri|access-date=2017-02-17|language=en-US}}</ref> and Sustainability Policy<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://www.sateri.com/sustainability/sustainability-policy/|title=Sustainability Policy|newspaper=Sateri|access-date=2017-02-17|language=en-US}}</ref> apply to all of its dissolving wood pulp suppliers.
   
The three plants in China have Chain of Custody certification from the [[Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification]] (PEFC) and are certified under ISO 9001 and ISO 14001. Sateri also has Swiss-based Oeko-Tex certification, which confirms that its fibre products are free from harmful substances and comply with European Union regulations.<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://www.sateri.com/corporate/certifications/|title=Certifications|newspaper=Sateri|access-date=2017-02-17|language=en-US}}</ref>
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The three plants in China have Chain of Custody certification from the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC) and are certified under ISO 9001 and ISO 14001. Sateri also has Swiss-based Oeko-Tex certification, which confirms that its fibre products are free from harmful substances and comply with European Union regulations.<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://www.sateri.com/corporate/certifications/|title=Certifications|newspaper=Sateri|access-date=2017-02-17|language=en-US}}</ref>
   
 
In May 2016, Sateri bought a controlling stake in Linz (Nanjing) Viscose Yarn Co Ltd.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.rgei.com/attachments/article/612/sateri-acquires-controlling-stake-in-linz-en.pdf|title=Sateri acquires controlling stake in viscose yarn producer Linz (Nanjing)|last=|first=|date=|website=|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|access-date=}}</ref> The spinning mill, set up in 2007 by Austria's Linz Textil, makes high-quality viscose yarn products that are exported worldwide.<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://www.sateri.com/news_events/sateri-acquires-controlling-stake-in-viscose-yarn-producer-linz/|title=Sateri acquires controlling stake in viscose yarn producer Linz - Sateri|newspaper=Sateri|access-date=2017-02-17|language=en-US}}</ref>
 
In May 2016, Sateri bought a controlling stake in Linz (Nanjing) Viscose Yarn Co Ltd.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.rgei.com/attachments/article/612/sateri-acquires-controlling-stake-in-linz-en.pdf|title=Sateri acquires controlling stake in viscose yarn producer Linz (Nanjing)|last=|first=|date=|website=|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|access-date=}}</ref> The spinning mill, set up in 2007 by Austria's Linz Textil, makes high-quality viscose yarn products that are exported worldwide.<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://www.sateri.com/news_events/sateri-acquires-controlling-stake-in-viscose-yarn-producer-linz/|title=Sateri acquires controlling stake in viscose yarn producer Linz - Sateri|newspaper=Sateri|access-date=2017-02-17|language=en-US}}</ref>

Codename: Sailor V - The Game

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| title = Codename: Sailor V
 
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| developer = {{flagicon|Russia}} Caroline Software Incorporated
| publisher = {{Unbulleted list|{{flagicon|Japan}}Kungpow Productions (NEC PC-88/98)<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.gniteproductions.com/projects/SM_BOR_Games.html|title=Destiny Revival Sailor Moon Games |publisher=Gnite Productions |date= |accessdate=2018-03-06}}</ref>|{{flagicon|USA}} [[Ubisoft Reflections|Reflections Interactive]] (Symbian)|{{flagicon|Turkey}} Metrostar Europe}}
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| publisher = {{Unbulleted list|{{flagicon|Japan}}Kungpow Productions (NEC PC-88/98)<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.gniteproductions.com/projects/SM_BOR_Games.html|title=Destiny Revival Sailor Moon Games |publisher=Gnite Productions |date= |accessdate=2018-03-06}}</ref>|{{flagicon|USA}} [[Ubisoft Reflections|Reflections Interactive]] (Symbian)|{{flagicon|Europe}}
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{{flagicon|Turkey}} Metrostar Europe}} <!-- data from official website -->
 
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Bryan Chiu

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* [http://www.centre68.com/web/index.php Official Web Site]
 
* [http://www.centre68.com/web/index.php Official Web Site]
 
* [https://web.archive.org/web/20140513012548/http://argonauts.ca/page/brian-chiu Toronto Argonauts page]
 
* [https://web.archive.org/web/20140513012548/http://argonauts.ca/page/brian-chiu Toronto Argonauts page]

University of Northern British Columbia

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The [[Legislative Assembly of British Columbia|British Columbia legislature]] passed Bill 40 (the UNBC Act), which formally established the university, on June 22, 1990<ref name="unbchistory">[http://www.unbc.ca/unbchistory/index.html UNBC History]</ref> The university was established in response to a grass-roots movement spearheaded by the [[Interior University Society]]. UNBC offered a limited number of courses in rented office space in 1992 and 1993 but was opened officially by Queen [[Elizabeth II]],<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.bcarchives.gov.bc.ca/exhibits/jubilee/chronvisit.htm| last=British Columbia Archives| title=Chronology of Principal Royal Visits to British Columbia| publisher=Queen's Printer for British Columbia| accessdate=25 June 2009}}</ref> with 1,500 students, in 1994 with the completion of the main Prince George campus after two years of construction.<ref>{{cite book |title='Fitzhenry and Whiteside Book of Canadian Facts and Dates' |last=Pound |first=Richard W. |publisher=Fitzhenry and Whiteside |year=2005}}</ref>
 
The [[Legislative Assembly of British Columbia|British Columbia legislature]] passed Bill 40 (the UNBC Act), which formally established the university, on June 22, 1990<ref name="unbchistory">[http://www.unbc.ca/unbchistory/index.html UNBC History]</ref> The university was established in response to a grass-roots movement spearheaded by the [[Interior University Society]]. UNBC offered a limited number of courses in rented office space in 1992 and 1993 but was opened officially by Queen [[Elizabeth II]],<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.bcarchives.gov.bc.ca/exhibits/jubilee/chronvisit.htm| last=British Columbia Archives| title=Chronology of Principal Royal Visits to British Columbia| publisher=Queen's Printer for British Columbia| accessdate=25 June 2009}}</ref> with 1,500 students, in 1994 with the completion of the main Prince George campus after two years of construction.<ref>{{cite book |title='Fitzhenry and Whiteside Book of Canadian Facts and Dates' |last=Pound |first=Richard W. |publisher=Fitzhenry and Whiteside |year=2005}}</ref>
   
The university gained attention with the introduction of the [[Northern Medical Program]] (NMP), a collaboration between [[UBC]] and UNBC. Through this collaboration, several academic physicians have been attracted to the city, which has led to an emerging academic medical community. For example, the introduction of the BC Cancer Agency's Centre for the North has attracted academic oncologists, such as Dr. Robert Olson.<ref>{{cite journal|last=Olson|first=Robert |author2=Brastianos P |author3=Palma D. |title=Prognostic and predictive value of epigenetic silencing of MGMT in patients with high grade gliomas: A systematic review and meta-analysis|journal=Journal of Neuro-Oncology|year=2011|doi=10.1007/s11060-011-0594-5}}</ref><ref>{{cite journal|last=Olson|first=Robert|author2=Iverson G |author3=Carolan H |author4=Parkinson M |author5=Brooks B |author6=McKenzie M |title=Prospective comparison of two cognitive screening tests: Diagnostic accuracy and correlation with community integration and quality of life|journal=Journal of Neuro-Oncology|year=2011}}</ref><ref>{{cite journal|last=Olson|first=Robert|title=Selection bias potentially overestimates risk of breast pain from radiotherapy|journal=Radiotherapy & Oncology|year=2011}}</ref><ref>{{cite journal|last=Caon|first=Julianna|author2=Olson R |author3=Tyldesley S |author4=Bergman A |author5=Bobinski M |author6=Fong M |author7=Ma V |author8=Vellani R |author9=Goddard K |title=. Assessing the risk of inadvertent radiation exposure of pregnant patients during radiation rtherapy planning and treatment in British Columbia|journal=Practical Radiation Oncology|year=2011}}</ref><ref>{{cite journal|last=Olson|first=Robert|author2=Bobinski MA |author3=Ho A |author4=Goddard K |title=Oncologists' views of informed consent and shared decision making in paediatric radiation oncology|journal=Radiotherapy & Oncology|year=2011}}</ref><ref>{{cite journal|last=Olson|first=Robert|author2=Caron N |author3=Olivotto I |author4=Speers C |author5=Chia S |author6=Davidson A |author7=Coldman A |author8=Nichol A |author9=Bajdik C |author10=Tyldesley S |title=Population based comparison of breast cancer screening and treatment utilization by health care region in a Canadian province|journal=Canadian Journal of Public Health|year=2011}}</ref>
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The university gained attention with the introduction of the [[Northern Medical Program]] (NMP), a collaboration between [[UBC]] and UNBC. Through this collaboration, several academic physicians have been attracted to the city, which has led to an emerging academic medical community. For example, the introduction of the BC Cancer Agency's Centre for the North has attracted academic oncologists, such as Dr. Robert Olson.<ref>{{cite journal|last=Olson|first=Robert |author2=Brastianos P |author3=Palma D. |title=Prognostic and predictive value of epigenetic silencing of MGMT in patients with high grade gliomas: A systematic review and meta-analysis|journal=Journal of Neuro-Oncology|year=2011|doi=10.1007/s11060-011-0594-5}}</ref><ref>{{cite journal|last=Olson|first=Robert|author2=Iverson G |author3=Carolan H |author4=Parkinson M |author5=Brooks B |author6=McKenzie M |title=Prospective comparison of two cognitive screening tests: Diagnostic accuracy and correlation with community integration and quality of life|journal=Journal of Neuro-Oncology|year=2011|doi=10.1007/s11060-011-0595-4}}</ref><ref>{{cite journal|last=Olson|first=Robert|title=Selection bias potentially overestimates risk of breast pain from radiotherapy|journal=Radiotherapy & Oncology|year=2011}}</ref><ref>{{cite journal|last=Caon|first=Julianna|author2=Olson R |author3=Tyldesley S |author4=Bergman A |author5=Bobinski M |author6=Fong M |author7=Ma V |author8=Vellani R |author9=Goddard K |title=. Assessing the risk of inadvertent radiation exposure of pregnant patients during radiation rtherapy planning and treatment in British Columbia|journal=Practical Radiation Oncology|year=2011}}</ref><ref>{{cite journal|last=Olson|first=Robert|author2=Bobinski MA |author3=Ho A |author4=Goddard K |title=Oncologists' views of informed consent and shared decision making in paediatric radiation oncology|journal=Radiotherapy & Oncology|year=2011}}</ref><ref>{{cite journal|last=Olson|first=Robert|author2=Caron N |author3=Olivotto I |author4=Speers C |author5=Chia S |author6=Davidson A |author7=Coldman A |author8=Nichol A |author9=Bajdik C |author10=Tyldesley S |title=Population based comparison of breast cancer screening and treatment utilization by health care region in a Canadian province|journal=Canadian Journal of Public Health|year=2011}}</ref>
   
 
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===Organization and administration===

Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Oliver Spiteri

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<small>Please add new comments below this notice. Thanks, [[User:Spartaz|Spartaz]] <sup>''[[User talk:Spartaz|Humbug!]]''</sup> 06:26, 11 March 2018 (UTC)</small><!-- from Template:Relist --><noinclude>[[Category:Relisted AfD debates|Oliver Spiteri]]</noinclude></div><!-- Please add new comments below this line -->
 
<small>Please add new comments below this notice. Thanks, [[User:Spartaz|Spartaz]] <sup>''[[User talk:Spartaz|Humbug!]]''</sup> 06:26, 11 March 2018 (UTC)</small><!-- from Template:Relist --><noinclude>[[Category:Relisted AfD debates|Oliver Spiteri]]</noinclude></div><!-- Please add new comments below this line -->
 
*'''Keep''': A 30 second google news search found multiple sources that qualify him for general notability. The article needs massive improvement but the sources to prove notability exist. If possible it should be referred to a suitable project such as one based for Maltese subjects, football subjects or a combination. Qualification for [[WP:FOOTY]] is just a consensus guideline adding players to Wikipedia if they don't have general notability.[[User:Macktheknifeau|Macktheknifeau]] ([[User talk:Macktheknifeau|talk]]) 15:45, 11 March 2018 (UTC)
 
*'''Keep''': A 30 second google news search found multiple sources that qualify him for general notability. The article needs massive improvement but the sources to prove notability exist. If possible it should be referred to a suitable project such as one based for Maltese subjects, football subjects or a combination. Qualification for [[WP:FOOTY]] is just a consensus guideline adding players to Wikipedia if they don't have general notability.[[User:Macktheknifeau|Macktheknifeau]] ([[User talk:Macktheknifeau|talk]]) 15:45, 11 March 2018 (UTC)
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*'''Keep''': Coach Oliver Spiteri managed Malta International Team Under 17 from 2007 till 2009 as per attached links
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http://www.independent.com.mt/articles/2007-03-31/others/footballmalta-u-17-international-tournament-171373/
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Composite material

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*and other [[Advanced composite materials (engineering)|Advanced composite materials]]
 
*and other [[Advanced composite materials (engineering)|Advanced composite materials]]
   
Composite materials are generally used for [[building]]s, [[bridge]]s, and [[structure]]s such as [[hull]] of boat, [[swimming pool panels]], [[racing car]] bodies, [[shower]] stalls, [[bathtub]]s, [[storage tanks]], [[imitation]] [[granite]] and [[cultured marble]] [[sink]]s and countertops.
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Composite materials are generally used for [[building]]s, [[bridge]]s, and [[structure]]s such as boat [[hull]], [[swimming pool panels]], [[racing car]] bodies, [[shower]] stalls, [[bathtub]]s, [[storage tanks]], [[imitation]] [[granite]] and [[cultured marble]] [[sink]]s and countertops.
   
 
The most advanced examples perform routinely on [[spacecraft]] and [[aircraft]] in demanding environments.
 
The most advanced examples perform routinely on [[spacecraft]] and [[aircraft]] in demanding environments.

Praonetha strumosa

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Frederick Henry, Prince of Orange

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| parents = [[William the Silent]]<br/>[[Louise de Coligny]]
 
| parents = [[William the Silent]]<br/>[[Louise de Coligny]]
| children = [[William II, Prince of Orange]]<br />[[Countess Louise Henriette of Nassau|Louise Henriette, Duchess of Prussia]]<br />Henriette Amalia of Nassau<br />Elisabeth of Nassau<br />Isabella Charlotte of Nassau<br />[[Albertine Agnes of Nassau|Albertine Agnes, Countess of Nassau-Dietz]]<br />[[Henriette Catherine of Nassau|Henriette Catherine, Princess of Anhalt-Dessau]]<br />Henry Louis of Nassau<br />Maria, Countess Palatine of Simmern-Kaiserslautern
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| children = [[William II, Prince of Orange]]<br />[[Countess Louise Henriette of Nassau|Louise Henriette, Duchess of Prussia]]<br />Henriette Amalia of Nassau<br />Elisabeth of Nassau<br />Isabella Charlotte of Nassau<br />[[Albertine Agnes of Nassau|Albertine Agnes, Countess of Nassau-Dietz]]<br />[[Henriette Catherine of Nassau|Henriette Catherine, Princess of Anhalt-Dessau]]<br />Henry Louis of Nassau<br />[[Maria of Orange-Nassau (1642–1688)|Maria, Countess Palatine of Simmern-Kaiserslautern]]
 
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Lada

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User talk:Plantdrew

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I had submitted a few entries and several were published. Wanted to let you know. [[User:Artix Kreiger|Artix Kreiger]] ([[User talk:Artix Kreiger|talk]]) 03:28, 12 March 2018 (UTC)
 
I had submitted a few entries and several were published. Wanted to let you know. [[User:Artix Kreiger|Artix Kreiger]] ([[User talk:Artix Kreiger|talk]]) 03:28, 12 March 2018 (UTC)
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Looking at [[:Category:Monogeneric plant families]], which you helpfully added to the Frankeniaceae redirect, I noticed quite a few articles which would appear to need merging and replacing with redirects to the genus article. I don't recall a discussion on whether the policy on monogeneric families applies to historically recognized families, like [[Alangiaceae]]. I'd be interested in your comments on this. [[User:Peter coxhead|Peter coxhead]] ([[User talk:Peter coxhead|talk]]) 08:21, 12 March 2018 (UTC)

South by Southwest

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Finalists of the 2018 SXSW Accelerator Pitch Event include [[Cambridge Cancer Genomics]] and Poofield Technologies.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.sxsw.com/interactive/2018/50-startup-finalists-announced-for-2018-sxsw-accelerator-pitch-event/|title=SXSW 2018|date=January 16, 2018|website=www.sxsw.com|access-date=2018-01-16}}</ref>
 
Finalists of the 2018 SXSW Accelerator Pitch Event include [[Cambridge Cancer Genomics]] and Poofield Technologies.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.sxsw.com/interactive/2018/50-startup-finalists-announced-for-2018-sxsw-accelerator-pitch-event/|title=SXSW 2018|date=January 16, 2018|website=www.sxsw.com|access-date=2018-01-16}}</ref>
   
Guest speakers included U.S. Senator [[Bernie Sanders]] (I-Vermont); author and journalist [[Ta-Nehisi Coates]], and film producer/director [[Darren Aronofsky]].
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Guest speakers included U.S. Senator [[Bernie Sanders]] (I-Vermont); entrepreneur [[Elon Musk]]; author and journalist [[Ta-Nehisi Coates]], and film producer/director [[Darren Aronofsky]].
   
 
Films that are scheduled to premiere at the 2018 South By Southwest Film Festival include ''[[A Quiet Place (film)|A Quiet Place]],'' ''[[Blockers (film)|Blockers]]'' and ''[[Ready Player One (film)|Ready Player One]]''.<ref name="unveils 2018">{{cite web |title=SXSW Unveils 2018 Festival Lineup, With John Krasinski's 'A Quiet Place' Opening-Night Film |url=http://deadline.com/2018/01/sxsw-2018-south-by-southwest-features-lineup-john-krasinksi-a-quiet-place-1202274955/ |publisher=''Deadline'' |first=Dino-Ray |last=Ramos |date=January 31, 2018}}</ref> Films that will have their U.S. premiere include ''[[Final Portrait]]'' and ''[[Who We Are Now]]''.<ref name="unveils 2018" /> TV series expected to preview include ''[[Barry (TV series)|Barry]]'', ''[[Krypton (TV series)|Krypton]]'' and ''[[The Last O.G.]]''.<ref name="unveils 2018" />
 
Films that are scheduled to premiere at the 2018 South By Southwest Film Festival include ''[[A Quiet Place (film)|A Quiet Place]],'' ''[[Blockers (film)|Blockers]]'' and ''[[Ready Player One (film)|Ready Player One]]''.<ref name="unveils 2018">{{cite web |title=SXSW Unveils 2018 Festival Lineup, With John Krasinski's 'A Quiet Place' Opening-Night Film |url=http://deadline.com/2018/01/sxsw-2018-south-by-southwest-features-lineup-john-krasinksi-a-quiet-place-1202274955/ |publisher=''Deadline'' |first=Dino-Ray |last=Ramos |date=January 31, 2018}}</ref> Films that will have their U.S. premiere include ''[[Final Portrait]]'' and ''[[Who We Are Now]]''.<ref name="unveils 2018" /> TV series expected to preview include ''[[Barry (TV series)|Barry]]'', ''[[Krypton (TV series)|Krypton]]'' and ''[[The Last O.G.]]''.<ref name="unveils 2018" />

Tajalli Productions

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==Creations and Web series==
   
* Baat Mein Baat (2016-present)
 
 
* Desh Badal Raha Hai (2018)
 
* Desh Badal Raha Hai (2018)
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* Daily Quranic Summary (2017)
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* Baat Mein Baat (2016-present)
 
* Glimpses from the Qur'an (2016)
 
* Glimpses from the Qur'an (2016)
 
* Manazir-e-Qurani (2016)
 
* Manazir-e-Qurani (2016)
* Daily Quranic Summary (2017)
 
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* [[Pani Pani Re]] (short film) <ref>{{cite web|title=Satire on a serious issue'-Pani pani re|url=http://www.thehindu.com/features/metroplus/Satire-on-a-serious-issue-Pani-pani-re/article14342414.ece|accessdate=27 May 2016| work=The Hindu}}</ref>
   
 
==References==
 
==References==

Chile Eboe-Osuji

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Early life and education

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==Early life and education==
 
==Early life and education==
Judge Eboe-Osuji was born in Anara, Imo, Nigeria, on 2 September 1962. He obtained his bachelor of laws degree from the University of [[Calabar]], [[Nigeria]], master of laws degree from [[McGill University]], [[Montreal|Montreal, Quebec]], [[Canada]], and doctor of laws degree from the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
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Judge Eboe-Osuji was born in Añara, Isiala Mbano, Imo state, Nigeria, on 2 September 1962. He obtained his bachelor of laws degree from the University of [[Calabar]], [[Nigeria]], master of laws degree from [[McGill University]], [[Montreal|Montreal, Quebec]], [[Canada]], and doctor of laws degree from the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
   
 
==Career==
 
==Career==

2012 in Philippine television

Posted: 12 Mar 2018 01:21 AM PDT

Events: Correction: The finale of PBB: Teen Edition 4 was aired on July 7...

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*March 5: ''[[TV Patrol]]'' celebrating 25 Years.
 
*March 5: ''[[TV Patrol]]'' celebrating 25 Years.
 
*March 31: [[Slater Young]] wins [[Pinoy Big Brother: Unlimited|season 4 of ''Pinoy Big Brother'']], becoming the show's first male winner.
 
*March 31: [[Slater Young]] wins [[Pinoy Big Brother: Unlimited|season 4 of ''Pinoy Big Brother'']], becoming the show's first male winner.
 
===April===
 
*April 8: 17-year-old [[Myrtle Sarrosa]] wins [[Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Edition 4|the fourth season of ''Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Edition'']].
 
   
 
===May===
 
===May===
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===July===
 
===July===
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*July 7: 17-year-old [[Myrtle Sarrosa]] wins [[Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Edition 4|the fourth season of ''Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Edition'']].
 
*July 16: [[The New Eat Bulaga! Indonesia|Eat Bulaga! Indonesia]] is the first international franchise in Indonesia.
 
*July 16: [[The New Eat Bulaga! Indonesia|Eat Bulaga! Indonesia]] is the first international franchise in Indonesia.