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Simeon Kambo Shixungileni

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'''Simeon Linekela Kambo Shixungileni''' (born in Okandiva village in [[Edundja]] in 1934– died 2014 in [[Oshakati ]]), was a [[Namibia]]n guerrilla, army officer and politician. He was the second commander in -charge of the forces of the [[People's Liberation Army of Namibia]] (PLAN) at [[Omugulugwombashe]] when the [[Namibian War of Independence|armed struggle for independence]] began there on 26 August 1966 and was later jailed at [[Robben Island]]. He is a National Hero of Namibia for his contributions to the independence of the country<ref>https://www.namibian.com.na/index.php?id=128926&page=archive-read</ref><ref>https://www.newera.com.na/2013/11/15/linekela-kambo-shixungileni-commander-1966-oshikango-attack-1934/</ref>.

==Battle at Omugulugwombashe==
In 1966 the UN General Assembly revoked South Africa{{`s}} mandate to govern South West African territory and placed it under direct UN administration. South Africa refused to recognize this resolution. The group under Nankudhu had just started to build defensive structures and planned to train about 90 soldiers at Omugulugwombashe.

On 26 August 1966, eight helicopters of the [[South African Defence Force]] attacked the PLAN [[Guerrilla warfare|guerrilla]] fighters, only 17 of which were in the camp at the time of attack.<ref>{{cite news
|title=Julius Shaambeni Shilongo Mnyika: the guerilla fighter (1938 to 2003)
|last=Sasman
|first=Catherine
|newspaper=[[New Era (Namibia)|New Era]]
|url=http://www.newera.com.na/article.php?articleid=12706
|archive-url=https://archive.is/20120908092330/http://www.newera.com.na/article.php?articleid=12706
|dead-url=yes
|archive-date=8 September 2012
|date=27 Aug 2010
}}</ref> It was the first armed battle in the [[Namibian War of Independence]].<ref>{{cite news
| author=Petronella Sibeene
| newspaper=[[New Era (Namibia)|New Era]]
| title = Swapo Party Turns 49
| url = http://www.newera.com.na/article.php?articleid=26156
| date = 17 April 2009}}</ref> In commemoration of the day, 26 August is a public holiday in Namibia. It is recognized by the UN as ''Namibia Day''<ref>[https://www.un.org/depts/dhl/un_conf.htm#august United Nations Conferences and Observances]</ref> but Namibians refer to it as ''[[Heroes' Day (Namibia)|Heroes' Day]]''.

Shixungileni was arrested, charged and was sentenced to death under the [[Terrorism Act No 83 of 1967|Terrorism Act]]. Following international pressure the sentence was converted to life in prison at [[Robben Island]].

==References==
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[[Category:Inmates of Robben Island]]
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Björn Kuipers

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===UEFA club competition finals===
 
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| 14 May 2006 || {{fbu|17|CZE}} – {{fbu|17|RUS}} || [[Stade Josy Barthel|Luxembourg City]]
 
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| 29 June 2009 || {{fbu|21|GER}} – {{fbu|21|ENG}} || [[Swedbank Stadion|Malmö]]
 
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| 15 May 2013 || {{flagicon|POR}} [[S.L. Benfica|Benfica]] – {{flagicon|ENG}} [[Chelsea F.C.|Chelsea]] || [[Johan Cruyff Arena|Amsterdam]]
 
| 15 May 2013 || {{flagicon|POR}} [[S.L. Benfica|Benfica]] – {{flagicon|ENG}} [[Chelsea F.C.|Chelsea]] || [[Johan Cruyff Arena|Amsterdam]]
 
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| 24 May 2014 || {{flagicon|ESP}} [[Real Madrid C.F.|Real Madrid]] – {{flagicon|ESP}} [[Atlético Madrid]] || [[Estádio da Luz|Lisbon]]
 
| 24 May 2014 || {{flagicon|ESP}} [[Real Madrid C.F.|Real Madrid]] – {{flagicon|ESP}} [[Atlético Madrid]] || [[Estádio da Luz|Lisbon]]
 
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Safed Jhooth

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'''''Safed Jhoot''''' is a [[Bollywood films of 1977|1977]] [[Bollywood]] comedy drama [[film]] directed by [[Basu Chatterjee]].<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.cinestaan.com/movies/sufed-jhooth-14620|title=Sufed Jhooth (1977) - Review, Star Cast, News, Photos {{!}} Cinestaan|website=Cinestaan|access-date=2018-04-28}}</ref>
   
 
==Cast==
 
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Gianni Rodari

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'''Gianni Rodari''' (23 October 1920 – 14 April 1980) was a [[Italian people|Italian]] writer and journalist, most famous for his [[children's books]], notably ''[[Il romanzo di Cipollino]]''. For his lasting contribution as a children's writer he received the biennial [[Hans Christian Andersen Medal]] in 1970<ref name=andersen/><ref name=ibby-rodari/> and many consider him Italy's most important twentieth-century children's author. His books have been translated into many languages, though few have been published in English.<ref>[http://www.erudit.org/revue/meta/2003/v48/n1-2/006955ar.html Fairy Tales translated]</ref>
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'''Gianni Rodari''' (23 October 1920 – 14 April 1980) was an [[Italian people|Italian]] writer and journalist, most famous for his [[children's books]], notably ''[[Il romanzo di Cipollino]]''. For his lasting contribution as a children's writer he received the biennial [[Hans Christian Andersen Medal]] in 1970<ref name=andersen/><ref name=ibby-rodari/> and many consider him Italy's most important twentieth-century children's author. His books have been translated into many languages, though few have been published in English.<ref>[http://www.erudit.org/revue/meta/2003/v48/n1-2/006955ar.html Fairy Tales translated]</ref>
   
 
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A Perfect Circle discography

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! scope="col" style="width:3em;font-size:90%;" | [[Syndicat National de l'Édition Phonographique|FRA]]<br /><ref name="FRA">{{cite web|url=http://lescharts.com/showinterpret.asp?interpret=A+Perfect+Circle | title=Discographie A Perfect Circle | work=lescharts.com | publisher=Hung Medien | accessdate=January 31, 2013 | language=French}}</ref>
 
! scope="col" style="width:3em;font-size:90%;" | [[Syndicat National de l'Édition Phonographique|FRA]]<br /><ref name="FRA">{{cite web|url=http://lescharts.com/showinterpret.asp?interpret=A+Perfect+Circle | title=Discographie A Perfect Circle | work=lescharts.com | publisher=Hung Medien | accessdate=January 31, 2013 | language=French}}</ref>
 
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*''[[A Blessing and a Curse]]'' (2006), the sixth studio album by Drive-By Truckers
 
*''[[A Blessing and a Curse]]'' (2006), the sixth studio album by Drive-By Truckers
 
*[[Blessing a Curse]], an American metal band formed in Orlando, Florida
 
*[[Blessing a Curse]], an American metal band formed in Orlando, Florida
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*"Blessing and a Curse" (2018), a song by Poo Bear from his debut album ''[[Poo Bear Presents Bearthday Music]]''
 
*"Blessing and a Curse" (2018), a song by Poo Bear from his debut album ''[[Poo Bear Presents Bearthday Music]]''
   

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User:Mithdol

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#REDIRECT [[Lifang & Partners]]Lifang & Partners (simplified Chinese:立方律师事务所; traditional Chinese: 立方律師事務所; pinyin: lì fāng lǜ shī shì wù suǒ) is a Chinese law firm headquartered in Beijing, China. Founded in 2002, Lifang & Partners is most well-known as an intellectual property litigation law firm.

At present, Lifang & Partners has offices in Beijing, Guangzhou, Shanghai, Seoul, Shenzhen and Wuhan. With approximately 200 lawyers, Lifang & Partners specialises in: Antitrust, Corporate and Commercial Law, Dispute Resolution, Intellectual Property, Legal Compliance and Tax Law.

'''Contents'''

History

Awards & Rankings

References

External Links

'''History'''

Lifang & Partners was founded in 2002 by 4 partners including Xie Guanbin and Liu Xudong.

'''Awards & Rankings'''

Chambers Asia-Pacific, Band 1 Intellectual Property Litigation Law Firm, 2016

MIP Global Awards, China Contentious Firm of the Year, 2014

Shortlisted at the ALB China Law Awards for IP Law Firm of the Year and Litigation Law Firm of the Year, 2014

Beijing Lawyers Association, Top Law Firms of Beijing, 2014, 2012, 2011 and 2009

Shortlisted for the Chambers China Award for Excellence, 2013
Microsoft, Best Practice Award, 2012 and 2013

China Business Law Journal, Intellectual Property Deals of the Year, 2011

Highly ranked in the Managing Intellectual Property World IP Survey, 2010- Present

Asian Legal Business, Intellectual Property Law Firms of the Year by, 2008-Present

'''References'''

https://www.chambersandpartners.com/Asia/firm/143785/lifang-partners

http://www.legal500.com/firms/34230/34604

https://www.ipstars.com/firms/lifang-and-partners/f-245

https://gettingthedealthrough.com/organisation/27848/lifang-partners/

https://iclg.com/firms/lifang-and-partners/guanbin-xie

https://gettingthedealthrough.com/area/6/jurisdiction/27/copyright-2017-china/

http://www.intellectualpropertyassociation.com/directory/intellectual-property-attorneys/china-intellectual-property-attorneys/lifang-and-partners
http://www.inta.org/2016Annual/SponsorExhibit/Pages/2016-Exhibitors.aspx

https://directory.intellectualpropertymagazine.com/ipwo/public/ip-directory/company-details.htm?&categoryId=1&companyId=2288&directoryEntryId=79827&companyName=&categoryId=1&countryId=-1&pageSize=25

https://www.lexology.com/contributors/1137664/
http://www.asiaiplaw.com/events/21

https://www.eiseverywhere.com/ehome/189270/428854/

https://issuu.com/aiglobalmedia/docs/ai_magazine_january_2016_cddfbcde28fb1c/53

'''External Links'''

http://www.lifanglaw.com/
https://www.facebook.com/LifangandPartners/
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2010 Alaska USAF C-17 crash

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The aircraft was a four-engined [[Boeing C-17 Globemaster III|C-17 Globemaster III]] built by [[Boeing]].<ref name=ADN1Aug2010ToContinue/> It belonged to the [[3d Wing|3rd Wing]] (3 WG) and operated jointly with the [[176th Wing]] (176 WG) at Elmendorf AFB, located near downtown [[Anchorage, Alaska|Anchorage]].<ref name=KCPQ30Jul2010Released/> The aircraft had Air Force serial number "00-0173" and was named ''Spirit of the [[Aleutians]]''.<ref name=SpiritOfTheAleutians/>
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The aircraft was a four-engined [[Boeing C-17 Globemaster III|C-17 Globemaster III]] built by [[Boeing]].<ref name=ADN1Aug2010ToContinue/> It belonged to the [[3d Wing|3rd Wing]] (3 WG) and operated jointly with the [[176th Wing]] (176 WG) at Elmendorf AFB, located near downtown [[Anchorage, Alaska|Anchorage]].<ref name=KCPQ30Jul2010Released/> The aircraft had Air Force serial number "00-0173" and was named ''Spirit of the [[Aleutians]]''.
   
 
The U.S. Air Force has 199 C-17s in service with the active Air Force, [[Air Force Reserve]], and [[Air National Guard]], with the type being based at Elmendorf since June 2007. At the time of the crash, the base had eight of the aircraft, operated jointly by an active duty Air Force organization, the 3rd Wing's [[517th Airlift Squadron]]; and an [[Alaska Air National Guard]] unit, the [[176th Wing]]'s [[249th Airlift Squadron]].<ref>Executive Summary, Aircraft Accident Investigation, C-17A, T/N 00-0173, Joint Base Elemendorf-Richardson, AK, 28 July 2010</ref> The mishap was the first fatal crash of a C-17.<ref name=ADN1Aug2010ToContinue/>
 
The U.S. Air Force has 199 C-17s in service with the active Air Force, [[Air Force Reserve]], and [[Air National Guard]], with the type being based at Elmendorf since June 2007. At the time of the crash, the base had eight of the aircraft, operated jointly by an active duty Air Force organization, the 3rd Wing's [[517th Airlift Squadron]]; and an [[Alaska Air National Guard]] unit, the [[176th Wing]]'s [[249th Airlift Squadron]].<ref>Executive Summary, Aircraft Accident Investigation, C-17A, T/N 00-0173, Joint Base Elemendorf-Richardson, AK, 28 July 2010</ref> The mishap was the first fatal crash of a C-17.<ref name=ADN1Aug2010ToContinue/>

User:Respublika Narodnaya/Gallery

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File:LogoEstiBudapest.svg|Esti Budapest newspaper
 
File:LogoEstiBudapest.svg|Esti Budapest newspaper
 
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File:LogoZvyazda.svg|Zvyazda newspaper
File:LogoTamanSiswa.svg|Taman Siswa school
 
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File:LogoSI.svg|Syarikat Islam
 
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David Haigh

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| occupation = Entrepreneur, Co-Founder of Stirling Haigh and Sport Capital
 
| occupation = Entrepreneur, Co-Founder of Stirling Haigh and Sport Capital
 
| years_active = 1995–present
 
| years_active = 1995–present
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| parents = Ronald and Christine Elizabeth Haigh
 
| parents = Ronald and Christine Elizabeth Haigh
 
| website = http://www.davidhaigh.co.uk
 
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List of birds

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==[[Neognathae]]==
Nearly all living birds belong to the superorder of '''[[Neognathae]]''' or "new jaws". With their keels, unlike the ratites, they are known as [[carinatae]]. The passerines alone account for well over 5000 species. In total there are almost 8640 species of birds worldwide.
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Nearly all living birds belong to the superorder '''[[Neognathae]]''' or "new jaws". With their keeled sternum (breastbone), unlike the ratites, they are known as [[carinatae]]. The passerines (perching birds) alone account for well over 5000 species. In total there are about 10,000 species of birds described worldwide, though one estimate of the real number places it at almost twice that<ref>Barrowclough GF, Cracraft J, Klicka J, Zink RM (2016) How Many Kinds of Birds Are There and Why Does It Matter? PLoS ONE 11(11): e0166307. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0166307</ref>.
   
 
===[[Galloanserae]]===
 
===[[Galloanserae]]===

Fritz Hollings

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'''Ernest Frederick "Fritz" Hollings''' (born January 1, 1922) is a former American politician who served as a [[United States Senate|United States Senator]] from [[South Carolina]] from 1966 to 2005. A [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democrat]], was also the [[List of Governors of South Carolina|106th Governor of South Carolina]] and the 77th [[List of lieutenant governors of South Carolina|Lieutenant Governor]] of South Carolina. He served alongside [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]] Senator [[Strom Thurmond]] for 36 years, making them the longest-serving Senate duo in history. At the age of {{age|1922|1|1}}, he is the [[List of longest-living United States Senators|oldest living individual who is or has been a U.S. Senator]].
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'''Ernest Frederick "Fritz" Hollings''' (born January 1, 1922) is a former American politician who served as a [[United States Senate|United States Senator]] from [[South Carolina]] from 1966 to 2005. A [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democrat]], he was also the [[List of Governors of South Carolina|106th Governor of South Carolina]] and the 77th [[List of lieutenant governors of South Carolina|Lieutenant Governor]] of South Carolina. He served alongside [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]] Senator [[Strom Thurmond]] for 36 years, making them the longest-serving Senate duo in history. At the age of {{age|1922|1|1}}, he is the [[List of longest-living United States Senators|oldest living individual who is or has been a U.S. Senator]].
   
 
Born in [[Charleston, South Carolina]], Hollings graduated from [[The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina|The Citadel]] in 1942 and joined a law practice in Charleston after attending the [[University of South Carolina School of Law]]. During [[World War II]], he served as an artillery officer in campaigns in [[North Africa]] and [[Europe]]. After the war, Hollings successively won election to the [[South Carolina House of Representatives]], as Lieutenant Governor, and as Governor. He sought election to the Senate in 1962 but was defeated by incumbent [[Olin D. Johnston]].
 
Born in [[Charleston, South Carolina]], Hollings graduated from [[The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina|The Citadel]] in 1942 and joined a law practice in Charleston after attending the [[University of South Carolina School of Law]]. During [[World War II]], he served as an artillery officer in campaigns in [[North Africa]] and [[Europe]]. After the war, Hollings successively won election to the [[South Carolina House of Representatives]], as Lieutenant Governor, and as Governor. He sought election to the Senate in 1962 but was defeated by incumbent [[Olin D. Johnston]].

Goodnite, Sweetheart, Goodnite

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{{for|other songs with this title|Goodnight Sweetheart (disambiguation)}}
 
{{for|other songs with this title|Goodnight Sweetheart (disambiguation)}}
   
"'''Goodnite, Sweetheart, Goodnite'''" is a [[popular music|popular]] [[song]] that was a hit during the mid-1950s. It was written by [[Calvin Carter]] and [[James "Pookie" Hudson]] in 1953, and is also sometimes known as "'''Goodnight, it's time to go'''".<ref>''The Book of Golden Rock 'N' Roll'', Columbia Pictures Publications, 1987</ref>
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"'''Goodnite, Sweetheart, Goodnite'''" is a [[popular music|popular]] [[song]] that was a hit during the mid-1950s. It was written by [[Calvin Carter]] and [[James "Pookie" Hudson]] in 1953, and is also sometimes known as "'''Goodnight, Well It's Time to Go'''".<ref>''The Book of Golden Rock 'N' Roll'', Columbia Pictures Publications, 1987</ref>
   
 
It was originally recorded by the [[R&B]] [[doo-wop]] group [[The Spaniels]] in 1954.<ref>{{cite book|title=Doowop|author=Robert Pruter|publisher=University of Illinois Press|year=1996|isbn=9780252065064|page=104}}</ref><ref name=pc11>{{Gilliland |url=https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc19759/m1/ |title=Show 11 - Big Rock Candy Mountain: Early rock 'n' roll vocal groups & Frank Zappa |show=11 |track=5}}</ref> The original version peaked at number five on the ''[[Billboard (magazine)|Billboard]]''{{'}}s R&B Best Sellers chart.<ref>{{cite book |title= Top R&B/Hip-Hop Singles: 1942-2004|last=Whitburn |first=Joel |authorlink=Joel Whitburn |year=2004 |publisher=Record Research |page=543}}</ref> The best-selling version of the song was recorded by the [[McGuire Sisters]] in 1954.<ref>{{cite book|title=Billboard's Hottest Hot 100 Hits: Top Songs and Song Makers, 1955 to 2000|author=Fred Bronson|publisher=Billboard Books|year=2002|isbn=9780823077380|page=214}}</ref> It was also recorded in 1954 by [[country music]] duo [[Johnnie & Jack]].<ref>{{cite web|url={{Allmusic|class=song|id=t2001482|pure_url=yes}}|title=Goodnight, Sweetheart, Goodnight|work=[[Allmusic]]|accessdate=August 24, 2011}}</ref> [[Sunny Gale]] also released a version in 1954, which reached No. 27 on ''Billboard's'' chart of "Best Sellers in Stores".<ref>"[http://www.americanradiohistory.com/Archive-Billboard/50s/1954/Billboard%201954-08-14.pdf Best Sellers in Stores]", ''[[Billboard (magazine)|Billboard]]'', August 14, 1954. p. 34. Retrieved April 28, 2018.</ref>
 
It was originally recorded by the [[R&B]] [[doo-wop]] group [[The Spaniels]] in 1954.<ref>{{cite book|title=Doowop|author=Robert Pruter|publisher=University of Illinois Press|year=1996|isbn=9780252065064|page=104}}</ref><ref name=pc11>{{Gilliland |url=https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc19759/m1/ |title=Show 11 - Big Rock Candy Mountain: Early rock 'n' roll vocal groups & Frank Zappa |show=11 |track=5}}</ref> The original version peaked at number five on the ''[[Billboard (magazine)|Billboard]]''{{'}}s R&B Best Sellers chart.<ref>{{cite book |title= Top R&B/Hip-Hop Singles: 1942-2004|last=Whitburn |first=Joel |authorlink=Joel Whitburn |year=2004 |publisher=Record Research |page=543}}</ref> The best-selling version of the song was recorded by the [[McGuire Sisters]] in 1954.<ref>{{cite book|title=Billboard's Hottest Hot 100 Hits: Top Songs and Song Makers, 1955 to 2000|author=Fred Bronson|publisher=Billboard Books|year=2002|isbn=9780823077380|page=214}}</ref> It was also recorded in 1954 by [[country music]] duo [[Johnnie & Jack]].<ref>{{cite web|url={{Allmusic|class=song|id=t2001482|pure_url=yes}}|title=Goodnight, Sweetheart, Goodnight|work=[[Allmusic]]|accessdate=August 24, 2011}}</ref> [[Sunny Gale]] also released a version in 1954, which reached No. 27 on ''Billboard's'' chart of "Best Sellers in Stores".<ref>"[http://www.americanradiohistory.com/Archive-Billboard/50s/1954/Billboard%201954-08-14.pdf Best Sellers in Stores]", ''[[Billboard (magazine)|Billboard]]'', August 14, 1954. p. 34. Retrieved April 28, 2018.</ref>

Aartswoud

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A church in Aartswoud is attested probably in 1395 under the name ''Nederswout'', and certainly for the years 1460–1550, according to the archives of the [[:nl:Domfabriek|Domfabriek]], the administrative center belonging to [[St. Martin's Cathedral, Utrecht]]. The inscription "1515" was supposedly carved on one of the church's beams. Before its demolition the church was surveyed and sketched; the drawings are archived at the [[Rijksdienst voor het Cultureel Erfgoed]].{{sfnp|van den Berg|1955|pp=99–105|ps=none}}
 
A church in Aartswoud is attested probably in 1395 under the name ''Nederswout'', and certainly for the years 1460–1550, according to the archives of the [[:nl:Domfabriek|Domfabriek]], the administrative center belonging to [[St. Martin's Cathedral, Utrecht]]. The inscription "1515" was supposedly carved on one of the church's beams. Before its demolition the church was surveyed and sketched; the drawings are archived at the [[Rijksdienst voor het Cultureel Erfgoed]].{{sfnp|van den Berg|1955|pp=99–105|ps=none}}
   
The present-day Dutch Reformed church dates from 1884 and was designed by C. Deutekom and C. Leeuw;{{sfnp|Jongepier|Poot|1996|p=170|ps=none}} its brick tower, in three sections surmounted by a small stone dome, is medieval and dates from the first half of the 16th century. The church bell was made by Henricus Nieman in the 1620s; a stone above the entrance dates repair work to 1635. The tower's neo-Gothic detail stems from 1895,{{sfnp|van Ginkel-Meester et al|2006|pp=378–379|ps=none}} when the structure was covered on the west and south sides sides in new brick and stone and the lowest section of the north side plastered over.{{sfnp|van den Berg|1955|pp=99–105|ps=none}} The current church replaces the late Gothic church, and has eclectic details including cast-iron window frames.{{sfnp|van Ginkel-Meester et al|2006|pp=378–379|ps=none}} It has a [[box pew]] dating from 1641, richly decorated with "beautiful examples of 17th-c wood carvings",<ref>{{cite journal |publisher=[[:nl:Architectura et Amicitia|Architectura et Amicitia]] |pages=403–405 |language=nl |title=Medemblik |journal=De opmerker |volume=11}}</ref> which belonged to the Soete van Laecken family, according to a heraldic image.{{sfnp|van Ginkel-Meester et al|2006|pp=378–379|ps=none}} The church organ was built in 1885 by German organ builder [[Rud. Ibach Sohn|Richard Paul Ibach]].{{sfnp|Jongepier|Poot|1996|p=170|ps=none}} The large [[rectory]] was built in 1872.
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The present-day Dutch Reformed church dates from 1884 and was designed by C. Deutekom and C. Leeuw;{{sfnp|Jongepier|Poot|1996|p=170|ps=none}} its brick tower, in three sections surmounted by a small stone dome, is medieval and dates from the first half of the 16th century. An inscribed stone above the entrance dates repair work to 1635. The church bell was cast by Henricus Nieman in the 1620s. The tower's neo-Gothic detail stems from 1895,{{sfnp|van Ginkel-Meester et al|2006|pp=378–379|ps=none}} when the structure was covered on the west and south sides sides in new brick and stone and the lowest section of the north side plastered over.{{sfnp|van den Berg|1955|pp=99–105|ps=none}} The current church replaces the late Gothic church, and has eclectic details including cast-iron window frames.{{sfnp|van Ginkel-Meester et al|2006|pp=378–379|ps=none}} It has a [[box pew]] dating from 1641, richly decorated with "beautiful examples of 17th-c wood carvings",<ref>{{cite journal |publisher=[[:nl:Architectura et Amicitia|Architectura et Amicitia]] |pages=403–405 |language=nl |title=Medemblik |journal=De opmerker |volume=11}}</ref> which belonged to the Soete van Laecken family, according to a heraldic image.{{sfnp|van Ginkel-Meester et al|2006|pp=378–379|ps=none}} The church organ was built in 1885 by German organ builder [[Rud. Ibach Sohn|Richard Paul Ibach]].{{sfnp|Jongepier|Poot|1996|p=170|ps=none}} The large [[rectory]] was built in 1872.
   
 
Local folklore holds that the church tower also functioned as a [[lighthouse]], since the coast at Aartswoud was dangerous, and that fires were also built to confuse ships in hopes of them foundering, so their cargo could be stolen.<ref name=wesseling/>
 
Local folklore holds that the church tower also functioned as a [[lighthouse]], since the coast at Aartswoud was dangerous, and that fires were also built to confuse ships in hopes of them foundering, so their cargo could be stolen.<ref name=wesseling/>

San Juan del Río Municipality, Durango

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Daniel Vávra

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He has been a vocal critic of censorship and what he believes is a [[Progressivism|progressive]] bias in video games journalism, in which he claims that it falsely accuses the gaming community of [[Sexism in video gaming|sexism]].<ref name=":0" /><ref name=":1">{{Cite web|url=https://techraptor.net/content/interview-daniel-vavra|title=An interview with Daniel Vavra: GamerGate and the gaming industry|website=techraptor.net|language=en-US|access-date=2018-02-12}}</ref> He has, however, denounced [[misogyny]], and said that "a large sum of gamers are teenage boys, who [kind of] naturally tend to do stupid things and are often quick on conclusions and insults. So no, the industry is not misogynist. Stupid people are misogynist."<ref name=":1" /> Vavra associated these views with [[Gamergate controversy|Gamergate]].<ref name=":0">{{Cite news|url=https://kotaku.com/my-e3-meeting-with-a-pro-gamergate-developer-1715511964|title=My E3 Meeting With A Pro-GamerGate Developer|last=Totilo|first=Stephen|work=Kotaku|access-date=2018-02-20|language=en-US}}</ref>
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He has been a vocal critic of censorship and what he believes is a [[Progressivism|progressive]] bias in video games journalism, in which he claims that it falsely accuses the gaming community of [[Sexism in video gaming|sexism]].<ref name=":0" /><ref name=":1">{{Cite web|url=https://techraptor.net/content/interview-daniel-vavra|title=An interview with Daniel Vavra: GamerGate and the gaming industry|website=techraptor.net|language=en-US|access-date=2018-02-12}}</ref> He has, however, denounced [[misogyny]]<ref>{{cite web|title=Vavra reacts to accusations of racism|url=https://www.gamestar.de/artikel/kingdom-come-deliverance-die-reaktion-auf-die-rassismus-vorwuefe,3324854.html|website=Gamestar.de|accessdate=28 April 2018}}</ref>, and said that "a large sum of gamers are teenage boys, who [kind of] naturally tend to do stupid things and are often quick on conclusions and insults. So no, the industry is not misogynist. Stupid people are misogynist."<ref name=":1" /> Vavra associated these views with [[Gamergate controversy|Gamergate]].<ref name=":0">{{Cite news|url=https://kotaku.com/my-e3-meeting-with-a-pro-gamergate-developer-1715511964|title=My E3 Meeting With A Pro-GamerGate Developer|last=Totilo|first=Stephen|work=Kotaku|access-date=2018-02-20|language=en-US}}</ref>
   
 
==Video games==
 
==Video games==

Emperor Gaozong of Tang

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Late in 683, Emperor Gaozong was seriously ill, and he, who was then at Luoyang, summoned Li Zhe, then in charge of Chang'an, to Luoyang to attend to him. On 27 December, 683, he died. Li Zhe succeeded him (as Emperor Zhongzong), but actual power would be in the hands of Empress Wu, who became [[empress dowager]].
 
Late in 683, Emperor Gaozong was seriously ill, and he, who was then at Luoyang, summoned Li Zhe, then in charge of Chang'an, to Luoyang to attend to him. On 27 December, 683, he died. Li Zhe succeeded him (as Emperor Zhongzong), but actual power would be in the hands of Empress Wu, who became [[empress dowager]].
   
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==Islamic tradition==
 
Known by Islamic sources as Yung Wei,{{Citation needed|date=January 2012}} which was in fact the name of the first era in his reign (Yonghui era from February 650 to February 656; see [[Chinese era name|era name]]), Islamic sources credit him with building the first [[mosque]], a mosque that still stands in [[Guangzhou]].<ref>Lan Xu, Tianfang zheng xue (The true learning of Arabia), Beijing: Niujie Mosque, 1925 edition (first edition 1852), juan 7; quoted in Zhang Xinglang, op. cit., p.744.</ref> According to those records, [[Islam]] was introduced to China and Emperor Gaozong by the visit of [[Sa`d ibn Abi Waqqas]], a companion of the Prophet [[Muhammad]], in the year 650. According to these sources, Emperor Gaozong is said to have respected the teachings of [[Islam]] greatly, feeling the teachings were compatible with [[Confucianism]], and offered the building of the mosque as a sign of admiration. The emperor himself did not convert as he felt Islam was too restrictive for his own preferences, but according to those sources, did not stop him from allowing Sa`d and his company to spread the teachings throughout the region. These sources, however, were not corroborated by Chinese records.
 
Known by Islamic sources as Yung Wei,{{Citation needed|date=January 2012}} which was in fact the name of the first era in his reign (Yonghui era from February 650 to February 656; see [[Chinese era name|era name]]), Islamic sources credit him with building the first [[mosque]], a mosque that still stands in [[Guangzhou]].<ref>Lan Xu, Tianfang zheng xue (The true learning of Arabia), Beijing: Niujie Mosque, 1925 edition (first edition 1852), juan 7; quoted in Zhang Xinglang, op. cit., p.744.</ref> According to those records, [[Islam]] was introduced to China and Emperor Gaozong by the visit of [[Sa`d ibn Abi Waqqas]], a companion of the Prophet [[Muhammad]], in the year 650. According to these sources, Emperor Gaozong is said to have respected the teachings of [[Islam]] greatly, feeling the teachings were compatible with [[Confucianism]], and offered the building of the mosque as a sign of admiration. The emperor himself did not convert as he felt Islam was too restrictive for his own preferences, but according to those sources, did not stop him from allowing Sa`d and his company to spread the teachings throughout the region. These sources, however, were not corroborated by Chinese records.
   

Wikipedia talk:Naming conventions (people)

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:::::Re. "The author is clearly referring to [whatever]" – your successive interpretations of what {{u|ChelseaFunNumberOne}} was trying to say seem way off. If it wasn't clear what they were trying to say you could simply have asked them, instead of extrapolating it into something it clearly wasn't.
 
:::::Re. "The author is clearly referring to [whatever]" – your successive interpretations of what {{u|ChelseaFunNumberOne}} was trying to say seem way off. If it wasn't clear what they were trying to say you could simply have asked them, instead of extrapolating it into something it clearly wasn't.
 
:::::Re. "The other disputed point that surprises me ..." – did you even look at my comment which indicates in what sense I dispute it? I think we're off into another [[WP:IDHT]] tangent. Please stop it. --[[User:Francis Schonken|Francis Schonken]] ([[User talk:Francis Schonken|talk]]) 09:06, 25 April 2018 (UTC)
 
:::::Re. "The other disputed point that surprises me ..." – did you even look at my comment which indicates in what sense I dispute it? I think we're off into another [[WP:IDHT]] tangent. Please stop it. --[[User:Francis Schonken|Francis Schonken]] ([[User talk:Francis Schonken|talk]]) 09:06, 25 April 2018 (UTC)
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::::::Of course I read it! Your comment read ''yes, it '''is''' disputed, '''as well''' its relevance to this guideline, as its implication that the current guideline would not contain information on "culture-specific naming traditions" for Russian names (it does – did you actually look at the guideline?)'' (my emphasis). Yes, I of course I looked at the guideline. But if I understand you now, that ''as well'' meant that you don't '''really''' want to dispute my statement at all, but instead want to talk about these other issues. Is that unfair?
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::::::I think it's a shame that there is no other opinion being offered on what {{u|ChelseaFunNumberOne}} meant. I respect your opinion but disagree. My ''interpretations'' have all been the same... they are telling us how Russian and Kazakh personal names are formatted in their (Kazakh I think) culture. But they're not a native English speaker, their difficulties with English are obvious, and they have not edited since [https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User:ChelseaFunNumberOne&diff=prev&oldid=837403266 blanking their user page a week ago], so frankly I think it's pointless asking them to comment further.
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::::::Regarding your repeated allegations of IDHT, as that is a [[wp:behaviour|behaviour]]al issue, I request that you either drop it or take it up on my user talk page. Thank you. [[User:Andrewa|Andrewa]] ([[User talk:Andrewa|talk]]) 07:16, 28 April 2018 (UTC)

User:Sogysox

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Ivor Roberts-Jones

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'''Ivor Roberts-Jones''' {{Post-nominals|country=GBR|RA}} (2 November 1913 – 9 December 1996) was a Welsh sculptor. He is best known for his sculpted heads of notable people such as [[Yehudi Menuhin]] and [[George Thomas, Viscount Tonypandy]].<ref>[http://www.npg.org.uk/collections/search/person.php?LinkID=mp07879&role=art National Portrait Gallery]</ref>
 
'''Ivor Roberts-Jones''' {{Post-nominals|country=GBR|RA}} (2 November 1913 – 9 December 1996) was a Welsh sculptor. He is best known for his sculpted heads of notable people such as [[Yehudi Menuhin]] and [[George Thomas, Viscount Tonypandy]].<ref>[http://www.npg.org.uk/collections/search/person.php?LinkID=mp07879&role=art National Portrait Gallery]</ref>
   
He was born in [[Oswestry]], where one of his works, "The Borderland Farmer", stands in the town centre. He studied at [[Oswestry School]] and [[Worksop College]] before attending [[Goldsmiths, University of London|Goldsmiths College, London]] and the Royal Academy of Arts.
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He was born in [[Oswestry]],South Wales where one of his works, "The Borderland Farmer", stands in the town centre. He studied at [[Oswestry School]] and [[Worksop College]] before attending [[Goldsmiths, University of London|Goldsmiths College, London]] and the Royal Academy of Arts.
   
 
During the [[Second World War]] he served in the [[Burma Campaign]]. From 1964 he taught sculpture at Goldsmiths.
 
During the [[Second World War]] he served in the [[Burma Campaign]]. From 1964 he taught sculpture at Goldsmiths.

Hello Nasty

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|Studio = G-Son Studios, [[Atwater Village, Los Angeles|Atwater Village]], California<br>Oscilloscope Laboratories, [[Tribeca]], [[New York City]]
 
|Studio = G-Son Studios, [[Atwater Village, Los Angeles|Atwater Village]], California<br>Oscilloscope Laboratories, [[Tribeca]], [[New York City]]
|Genre = {{hlist|[[Hip hop]]|[[alternative rock]]||[[pop-rap]]|[[electro music|electro]]|[[rap rock]]}}
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|Genre = {{hlist|[[Alternative hip hop]]|[[rap rock]]}}
 
|Length = 67:28
 
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|Label = [[Capitol Records|Capitol]]
 
|Label = [[Capitol Records|Capitol]]

Alastair Rellie

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Wikipedia:WikiProject Comics/Getting Involved

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==What is Wikipedia?==
 
==What is Wikipedia?==
Wikipedia is a user-created encyclopedia run by a non-commercial, non-pkjk
 
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Wikipedia is a user-created encyclopedia run by a non-commercial, non-profit organization. Type a subject in the "search box" and see what appears: Try "[[Comics]]," for instance, and read our article on the medium. The "edit this page" tab at the top of the page means you can, if you so wish, edit any page in Wikipedia and have your changes appear immediately. If you would like to try it out, you can experiment on [[Wikipedia:Sandbox]]. Enter anything you want, and see what appears! Remember: No constructive edit is too small!
rofit organization. Type a subject in the "search box" and see what appears: Try "[[Comics]]," for instance, and read our article on the medium. The "edit this page" tab at the top of the page means you can, if you so wish, edit any page in Wikipedia and have your changes appear immediately. If you would like to try it out, you can experiment on [[Wikipedia:Sandbox]]. Enter anything you want, and see what appears! Remember: No constructive edit is too small!
 
   
 
Wherever you see a word or phrase underlined in blue, that means you can click and read an article. And, of course, if you can spot an improvement, you can just make it there and then. Where a word or phrase is underlined in red, that means that article has not yet been written - and, if you wish, you can click on that word or phrase and create that article.
 
Wherever you see a word or phrase underlined in blue, that means you can click and read an article. And, of course, if you can spot an improvement, you can just make it there and then. Where a word or phrase is underlined in red, that means that article has not yet been written - and, if you wish, you can click on that word or phrase and create that article.

Lexus ES

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User:Karakondzula

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Just want to edit articles I like and improve this site as much as I can.
 
Just want to edit articles I like and improve this site as much as I can.
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1977 CFL Draft

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33. Edmonton Eskimos [[Ray Clark (Canadian footballer)|Ray Clark]] DB Simon Fraser
   
 
34. Hamilton Tiger-Cats [[Julio Giordani]] LB Toronto
 
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Z15/16 Beijing-Harbin Through Train

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== References ==
 
== References ==
 
{{Reflist}}
 
{{Reflist}}
 
== External links ==
 
*{{zh icon}} [http://news.sohu.com/20060108/n241328894.shtml 登上Z15/16次列车,你会感受到—与文明同行(组图)]
 
   
 
[[Category:Passenger rail transport in China]]
 
[[Category:Passenger rail transport in China]]

List of Toronto Raptors seasons

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|[[2016–17 Toronto Raptors season|2016–17]] || [[2016–17 NBA season|2016–17]] || [[Eastern Conference (NBA)|Eastern]] ||[[Atlantic Division (NBA)|Atlantic]] ||bgcolor="#96CDCD"| 2nd || 82 || 51 || 31 || {{winpct|51|31}} || 2 || align="left" | '''Won''' [[2017 NBA Playoffs|First Round]] ([[2016–17 Milwaukee Bucks season|Bucks]]), 4–2 <br>Lost [[2017 NBA Playoffs|Conference Semifinals]] ([[2016–17 Cleveland Cavaliers season|Cavaliers]]), 4–0 || align="left" |[[Dwane Casey]] ||
 
|[[2016–17 Toronto Raptors season|2016–17]] || [[2016–17 NBA season|2016–17]] || [[Eastern Conference (NBA)|Eastern]] ||[[Atlantic Division (NBA)|Atlantic]] ||bgcolor="#96CDCD"| 2nd || 82 || 51 || 31 || {{winpct|51|31}} || 2 || align="left" | '''Won''' [[2017 NBA Playoffs|First Round]] ([[2016–17 Milwaukee Bucks season|Bucks]]), 4–2 <br>Lost [[2017 NBA Playoffs|Conference Semifinals]] ([[2016–17 Cleveland Cavaliers season|Cavaliers]]), 4–0 || align="left" |[[Dwane Casey]] ||
 
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|[[2017–18 Toronto Raptors season|2017–18]] || [[2017–18 NBA season|2017–18]] || [[Eastern Conference (NBA)|Eastern]] ||bgcolor="#D0E7FF"|'''[[Atlantic Division (NBA)|Atlantic]]''' || bgcolor="#D0E7FF"|'''1st''' || 82 || 59 || 23 || {{winpct|59|23}} || — || align="left" | [[2018 NBA Playoffs|First Round]] ([[2017–18 Washington Wizards season|Wizards]]), 4–2 || align="left" |[[Dwane Casey]] ||
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|[[2017–18 Toronto Raptors season|2017–18]] || [[2017–18 NBA season|2017–18]] || [[Eastern Conference (NBA)|Eastern]] ||bgcolor="#D0E7FF"|'''[[Atlantic Division (NBA)|Atlantic]]''' || bgcolor="#D0E7FF"|'''1st''' || 82 || 59 || 23 || {{winpct|59|23}} || — || align="left" | '''Won''' [[2018 NBA Playoffs|First Round]] ([[2017–18 Washington Wizards season|Wizards]]), 4–2 || align="left" |[[Dwane Casey]] ||
 
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!colspan="3"| Totals (1995–2018) ||colspan="2"| 5 division titles || 1,838 || 844 || 994 || {{winpct|844|994}}|| || Games: 32–46 ({{winpct|32|46}}) <br/> Series: 5–9 ({{winpct|5|9}}) || [[List of Toronto Raptors head coaches|8 coaches]] || [[Toronto Raptors accomplishments and records|List of awards]]
 
!colspan="3"| Totals (1995–2018) ||colspan="2"| 5 division titles || 1,838 || 844 || 994 || {{winpct|844|994}}|| || Games: 32–46 ({{winpct|32|46}}) <br/> Series: 5–9 ({{winpct|5|9}}) || [[List of Toronto Raptors head coaches|8 coaches]] || [[Toronto Raptors accomplishments and records|List of awards]]

2018 Badminton Asia Championships

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Florinda Grandino de Oliveira

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Kora Entertainment

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==History==
 
==History==
 
Founded as a webTV in 2012.
 
Founded as a webTV in 2012.
Kora Entertainment has signed number of artistes from Burundi who have successfully got their music across Africa and some of them even being nominated on Kora Awards, Afrimma, [[(All Africa Music Awards) | Afrima]].
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Kora Entertainment has signed number of artistes from Burundi who have successfully got their music across Africa and some of them even being nominated on Kora Awards, Afrimma, [[All Africa Music Awards | Afrima]].
   
 
==Discography==
 
==Discography==

Berthe Fraser

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'''Berthe Fraser''' (née '''Vicogne'''; 1894–1956) was a [[French Resistance]] agent who fought the Germans and helped more than 100 allied airmen escape during the [[Second World War]].<ref name="Bodson">{{Cite book |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=Gs3Y6qw4OsIC&pg=PA70 |title=Downed Allied Airmen and Evasion of Capture: The Role of Local Resistance Networks in World War II |last=Bodson |first=Herman |date=2005-09-13 |publisher=McFarland |isbn=9780786422166 |language=en}}</ref>{{RP|70}} She spent two years of the war in prison, in one case being tortured for 28 days. She was awaiting execution by the [[Gestapo]] in September 1944 but was saved by Allied soldiers that had driven away her captors.
   
 
As a result of her actions and "acts of great bravery", she was awarded medals from France, the United Kingdom, and the United States.<ref name="IWM">{{Cite web |url=https://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/1030001631 |title=Papers Concerning Berthe Fraser GM |publisher=Imperial War Museums |location=London, UK |language=en |access-date=2018-04-01}}</ref>
 
As a result of her actions and "acts of great bravery", she was awarded medals from France, the United Kingdom, and the United States.<ref name="IWM">{{Cite web |url=https://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/1030001631 |title=Papers Concerning Berthe Fraser GM |publisher=Imperial War Museums |location=London, UK |language=en |access-date=2018-04-01}}</ref>

Morphett Vale, South Australia

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Extensive land subdivision occurred during the 1960s, transforming the area from a rural region to a metropolitan suburb.
 
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Some notable buildings and businesses include: Doctors House on the corner of Beach and Main South Roads, The Emu winery which was later demolished to make way for [[Wirreanda High School]] and a housing sub-division. The Heritage listed Old Courthouse is visible alongside early churches in William Street.
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Some notable buildings and businesses include: Doctors House on the corner of Beach and Main South Roads (In the suburb of Hackham, one of the boundary suburbs), The Emu winery which was later demolished to make way for [[Wirreanda High School]] and a housing sub-division. The Heritage listed Old Courthouse is visible alongside early churches in William Street.
   
The [[Willunga railway line]] ran through the town until 1969, but has since been replaced by a bicycle/pedestrian path. The old Station Master's Residence is now the Southern Districts Workingman's Club and has been substantially remodelled to its current form. The last tenants of this building are still residents of Morphett Vale.
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{{Reflist}}
   
# {{note|onk}} Morphett Vale - European History and Heritage [http://www.onkaparingacity.com/history/viewsuburb.asp?content=morphett ]
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Talk:Rafaël Herman Anna Govaerts

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Vicious (TV series)

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Morgan Jeffery of [[Digital Spy]] wrote a mixed review, finding the show an "uncomfortable blend of coarse humour and '70s sitcom-style cosiness".<ref name="'Vicious' review: McKellen, Jacobi can't save ITV's tired, lazy sitcom">{{cite news|last=Jeffery|first=Morgan|title='Vicious' review: McKellen, Jacobi can't save ITV's tired, lazy sitcom|url=http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/tv/news/a477151/vicious-review-mckellen-jacobi-cant-save-itvs-tired-lazy-sitcom.html|accessdate=2013-04-29|newspaper=Digital Spy|date=29 April 2013}}</ref> Describing the script as "lazy", he thought that the show couldn't "decide if it wants to be edgy and rude or traditional fun for all the family", but praised the "strong" cast, ultimately awarding the series two out of five stars.<ref name="'Vicious' review: McKellen, Jacobi can't save ITV's tired, lazy sitcom"/>
 
Morgan Jeffery of [[Digital Spy]] wrote a mixed review, finding the show an "uncomfortable blend of coarse humour and '70s sitcom-style cosiness".<ref name="'Vicious' review: McKellen, Jacobi can't save ITV's tired, lazy sitcom">{{cite news|last=Jeffery|first=Morgan|title='Vicious' review: McKellen, Jacobi can't save ITV's tired, lazy sitcom|url=http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/tv/news/a477151/vicious-review-mckellen-jacobi-cant-save-itvs-tired-lazy-sitcom.html|accessdate=2013-04-29|newspaper=Digital Spy|date=29 April 2013}}</ref> Describing the script as "lazy", he thought that the show couldn't "decide if it wants to be edgy and rude or traditional fun for all the family", but praised the "strong" cast, ultimately awarding the series two out of five stars.<ref name="'Vicious' review: McKellen, Jacobi can't save ITV's tired, lazy sitcom"/>
   
Kevin O'Sullivan of the ''[[Sunday Mirror]]'' called it a "horrible half-hour of 1970s-style net curtain cosiness" in a negative review of ITV's Monday night comedy offerings.<ref>[https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-reviews/vicious-ian-mckellen-derek-jacobi-1869771 The Mirror]</ref> In a 29 April 2013 review in the ''Telegraph'', Benjamin Secher claimed it is "the least funny new comedy in recent memory", giving it 1 out of 5 stars. He also wrote that "the script fell disastrously flat".<ref>{{cite news|url=https://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/tvandradio/10026311/Vicious-ITV-the-least-funny-new-comedy-in-recent-memory-review.html|title=Vicious (ITV): the least funny new comedy in recent memory, review|last=Secher|first=Benjamin|date=29 April 2013|work=[[The Daily Telegraph|The Telegraph]]|accessdate=2013-05-17}}</ref> Writing in the ''[[London Evening Standard]]'', [[Brian Sewell]] described the series as "a spiteful parody that could not have been nastier had it been devised and written by a malevolent and recriminatory heterosexual".<ref>Sewell, Brian (2013-05-07). [https://www.standard.co.uk/comment/comment/brian-sewell-vicious-is-a-throwback-to-far-darker-gay-times-8606142.html "Brian Sewell: Vicious is a throwback to far darker gay times".] ''London Evening Standard'', 7 May 2013.</ref>
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Kevin O'Sullivan of the ''[[Sunday Mirror]]'' called it a "horrible half-hour of 1970s-style net curtain cosiness" in a negative review of ITV's Monday night comedy offerings.<ref>{{cite news|first=Kevin|last=O'Sullivan|url=http://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-reviews/vicious-ian-mckellen-derek-jacobi-1869771|title=Vicious: Ian McKellan and Derek Jacobi Tried Too Hard|newspaper=[[The Mirror]]}}</ref> In a 29 April 2013 review in the ''Telegraph'', Benjamin Secher claimed it is "the least funny new comedy in recent memory", giving it 1 out of 5 stars. He also wrote that "the script fell disastrously flat".<ref>{{cite news|url=https://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/tvandradio/10026311/Vicious-ITV-the-least-funny-new-comedy-in-recent-memory-review.html|title=Vicious (ITV): the least funny new comedy in recent memory, review|last=Secher|first=Benjamin|date=29 April 2013|work=[[The Daily Telegraph|The Telegraph]]|accessdate=2013-05-17}}</ref> Writing in the ''[[London Evening Standard]]'', [[Brian Sewell]] described the series as "a spiteful parody that could not have been nastier had it been devised and written by a malevolent and recriminatory heterosexual".<ref>Sewell, Brian (2013-05-07). [https://www.standard.co.uk/comment/comment/brian-sewell-vicious-is-a-throwback-to-far-darker-gay-times-8606142.html "Brian Sewell: Vicious is a throwback to far darker gay times".] ''London Evening Standard'', 7 May 2013.</ref>
   
 
The series was twice nominated for the [[GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Comedy Series]] while the finale was nominated for [[GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding TV Movie or Limited Series|Outstanding TV Movie or Limited Series]].<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/lists/2017-glaad-media-award-nominees-969412 |title=GLAAD Media Award Nominees Revealed |work=[[The Hollywood Reporter]] |date=January 31, 2017 |accessdate=April 3, 2017}}</ref>
 
The series was twice nominated for the [[GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Comedy Series]] while the finale was nominated for [[GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding TV Movie or Limited Series|Outstanding TV Movie or Limited Series]].<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/lists/2017-glaad-media-award-nominees-969412 |title=GLAAD Media Award Nominees Revealed |work=[[The Hollywood Reporter]] |date=January 31, 2017 |accessdate=April 3, 2017}}</ref>

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User:Mccapra/sandbox

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Wikipedia:WikiProject Deletion sorting/People

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List of public art in Beaverton, Oregon

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link: Singing Sky

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* ''Just the Two of Us'', Katy McFadden
 
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* ''Ribbon Candy'' (2014), Paul Vexler
 
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* ''Spinning Progress'' (2017), Reven Swanson
 
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* ''Sun'' (2016), Jesse Swickard
 
* ''Sun'' (2016), Jesse Swickard

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Hatha yoga

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Yoga's combined focus on mindfulness, breathing, and physical movements bring health benefits with regular participation. Yoga participants report better sleep, increased energy levels and muscle tone, relief from muscle pain and stiffness, improved circulation and overall better general health. The breathing aspect of yoga can benefit heart rate and blood pressure.<ref>Jaloba, A. ''Nursing Standard''. 2011. Vol 25, Iss. 48, pp. 20–21.</ref>
 
Yoga's combined focus on mindfulness, breathing, and physical movements bring health benefits with regular participation. Yoga participants report better sleep, increased energy levels and muscle tone, relief from muscle pain and stiffness, improved circulation and overall better general health. The breathing aspect of yoga can benefit heart rate and blood pressure.<ref>Jaloba, A. ''Nursing Standard''. 2011. Vol 25, Iss. 48, pp. 20–21.</ref>
   
The 2012 "Yoga in America" survey, conducted by Harris Interactive on behalf of ''[[Yoga Journal]]'', shows that the number of adult practitioners in the US is 20.4 million, or 8.7 percent. The survey reported that 44 percent of those not practicing yoga said they are interested in trying it.<ref>{{cite web|title=Yoga in America Study 2012|url=http://www.yogajournal.com/press/yoga_in_america|publisher=Yoga Journal|accessdate=3 March 2014|deadurl=yes|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20140331094110/http://www.yogajournal.com/press/yoga_in_america|archivedate=31 March 2014|df=dmy-all}}</ref>
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The 2012 "Yoga in America" survey, conducted by Harris Interactive on behalf of ''[[Yoga Journal]]'', shows that the number of adult practitioners in the US is 20.4 million, or 8.7 percent. The survey reported that 44 percent of those not practicing yoga said they are interested in trying it.<ref>{{cite web|title=Yoga in America Study 2012|url=http://web.archive.org/web/20140331094110/https://www.yogajournal.com/press/yoga_in_america|publisher=Yoga Journal|accessdate=3 March 2014|deadurl=yes|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20140331094110/http://www.yogajournal.com/press/yoga_in_america|archivedate=31 March 2014|df=dmy-all}}</ref>
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

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Fiddler on the Roof

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* Fruma-Sarah, Lazar Wolf's dead wife, who rises from the grave in Tevye's "nightmare".
 
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Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Martyn Iles

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Mr Iles does not appear to be independently notable of the organisation he heads, the Australian Christian Lobby. All of the sources available through a Google News search [https://www.google.com.au/search?q=%22Martyn+Iles%22&tbm=nws&ei=JR3kWoLRLcL88AWQ9YO4Ag&start=0&sa=N&biw=1920&bih=949&dpr=1] are quoting him in previous roles with this organisation (which appears to have been where he has spent virtually his entire career) or brief mentions of him recently taking up the role of the Lobby's managing director. The only articles focused on him are a couple of recent biographies published on low profile religious news websites. As such, I don't think that [[WP:BASIC]] or [[WP:ANYBIO]] are met. Mr Iles can be covered as part of the article on the Lobby, which is notable, and if he becomes the subject of significant coverage an article can be created. Note that while we have articles on the Lobby's previous managing directors, [[John Gagliardi (Australian)]] appears borderline at best, [[Jim Wallace (Australian activist)]] was notable before taking up the position due to his Army career, and [[Lyle Shelton (lobbyist)]] received significant coverage due to his prominent role in the campaign to try to stop gay marriage. Mr Illes has not yet been the subject of such coverage. [[User:Nick-D|Nick-D]] ([[User talk:Nick-D|talk]]) 07:09, 28 April 2018 (UTC)
 
Mr Iles does not appear to be independently notable of the organisation he heads, the Australian Christian Lobby. All of the sources available through a Google News search [https://www.google.com.au/search?q=%22Martyn+Iles%22&tbm=nws&ei=JR3kWoLRLcL88AWQ9YO4Ag&start=0&sa=N&biw=1920&bih=949&dpr=1] are quoting him in previous roles with this organisation (which appears to have been where he has spent virtually his entire career) or brief mentions of him recently taking up the role of the Lobby's managing director. The only articles focused on him are a couple of recent biographies published on low profile religious news websites. As such, I don't think that [[WP:BASIC]] or [[WP:ANYBIO]] are met. Mr Iles can be covered as part of the article on the Lobby, which is notable, and if he becomes the subject of significant coverage an article can be created. Note that while we have articles on the Lobby's previous managing directors, [[John Gagliardi (Australian)]] appears borderline at best, [[Jim Wallace (Australian activist)]] was notable before taking up the position due to his Army career, and [[Lyle Shelton (lobbyist)]] received significant coverage due to his prominent role in the campaign to try to stop gay marriage. Mr Illes has not yet been the subject of such coverage. [[User:Nick-D|Nick-D]] ([[User talk:Nick-D|talk]]) 07:09, 28 April 2018 (UTC)
 
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