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Battle of the Seelow Heights

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|result = Soviet/Polish victory
 
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|combatant2 = {{flagcountry|Nazi Germany}}
 
|combatant2 = {{flagcountry|Nazi Germany}}
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|combatant1 = {{flag|Soviet Union|1936}}<br/>{{flagdeco|Poland|1928}} [[People's Republic of Poland|Poland]]
 
|commander2 = {{ubl|{{Flag icon|Nazi Germany}}|[[Gotthard Heinrici]]|[[Ferdinand Schörner]]}}
 
|commander2 = {{ubl|{{Flag icon|Nazi Germany}}|[[Gotthard Heinrici]]|[[Ferdinand Schörner]]}}
 
|commander1 = {{ubl|{{Flag icon|Soviet Union|1936}}|[[Georgy Zhukov]]|[[Vasily Chuikov]]}}
 
|commander1 = {{ubl|{{Flag icon|Soviet Union|1936}}|[[Georgy Zhukov]]|[[Vasily Chuikov]]}}

Nebojša Zorkić

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| name = Nebojša Zorkić
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| birth_date = {{birth date and age|1961|8|21}}
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| birth_place = [[People's Republic of Serbia|PR Serbia]], [[Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia|FPR Yugoslavia]]
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| nationality = Serbian
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| draft_year = 1983
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| career_start = 1979
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| career_end = 1994
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| career_position = [[Point guard]]
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| career_number =
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| years1 = 1979–1986
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| team1 = [[KK Partizan|Partizan]]
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| years2 = 1986–1987
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| team2 = [[KK Šibenik|Šibenka]]
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| years3 = 1987–1989
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| team3 = [[KK Atlas|IMT]]
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| years4 = 1989–1992
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| team4 = CVJM Birsfelden
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| years5 = 1993–1994
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| team5 = [[OKK Beograd]]
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{{MedalCompetition|[[Basketball at the Summer Olympics|Olympic Games]]}}
 
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{{MedalBronze| [[1984 Summer Olympics|1984 Los Angeles]]|[[Basketball at the 1984 Summer Olympics|Team competition]]}}
 
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'''Nebojša Zorkić''' (born 21 August 1961) is a former Serbian [[basketball]] player who competed for [[Yugoslavia]] in the [[1984 Summer Olympics]].<ref name=sref>{{cite Sports-Reference |url=https://www.sports-reference.com/olympics/athletes/zo/nebojsa-zorkic-1.html |accessdate=11 July 2012}}</ref>
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'''Nebojša Zorkić''' (born 21 August 1961) is a former Serbian [[basketball]] player.
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== National team career ==
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Zorkić competed for [[Yugoslavia national basketball team|Yugoslavia]] in the [[1984 Summer Olympics]].<ref name=sref>{{cite Sports-Reference |url=https://www.sports-reference.com/olympics/athletes/zo/nebojsa-zorkic-1.html |accessdate=11 July 2012}}</ref>
   
 
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[[Category:KK Partizan players]]
 
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[[Category:Olympic basketball players of Yugoslavia]]
 
[[Category:Olympic basketball players of Yugoslavia]]
 
[[Category:Olympic bronze medalists for Yugoslavia]]
 
[[Category:Olympic bronze medalists for Yugoslavia]]
 
[[Category:Olympic medalists in basketball]]
 
[[Category:Olympic medalists in basketball]]
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[[Category:Serbian expatriate basketball people in Croatia]]
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[[Category:Serbian expatriate basketball people in Switzerland]]
 
[[Category:Serbian men's basketball players]]
 
[[Category:Serbian men's basketball players]]
 
[[Category:Yugoslav men's basketball players]]
 
[[Category:Yugoslav men's basketball players]]
[[Category:Medalists at the 1984 Summer Olympics]]
 
   
   

User:Zoyarain

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User account Zoyarain was created

Royal Brunei Air Force

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! style="align: center; background: lavender;" colspan="7" | [[Military transport aircraft|Transport]]
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|[[Boeing 747]]
 
|[[United States]]
 
|[[Air transports of heads of state and government|VIP]]
 
|[[Boeing 747-400|747-400]]
 
| 1<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/world/brunei/air-force.htm |title= Royal Brunei Air Force |publisher= globalsecurity.org |date=|accessdate=25 May 2017}}</ref>
 
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| [[CASA/IPTN CN-235|CASA CN-235]]
 
| [[CASA/IPTN CN-235|CASA CN-235]]

Template:Fb team Vinogradar

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User:SatzNick

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Felimare villafranca

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[[Category:Taxa named by Antoine Risso]]
 
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Clarence Sasser

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[[Category:Vietnam War recipients of the Medal of Honor]]

Oman

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In 2002, voting rights were extended to all citizens over the age of 21, and the first elections to the Consultative Assembly under the new rules were held in 2003. In 2004, the Sultan appointed Oman's first female minister with portfolio, [[Aisha bint Khalfan bin Jameel|Sheikha Aisha bint Khalfan bin Jameel al-Sayabiyah]]. She was appointed to the post of National Authority for Industrial Craftsmanship, an office that attempts to preserve and promote Oman's traditional crafts and stimulate industry.<ref>[http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/2818553.stm "Oman appoints first female minister"]. BBC News. 4 March 2003.</ref> Despite these changes, there was little change to the actual political makeup of the government. The Sultan continued to rule by decree. Nearly 100 suspected Islamists were arrested in 2005 and 31 people were convicted of trying to overthrow the government. They were ultimately pardoned in June of the same year.<ref name="autogenerated1"/>
 
In 2002, voting rights were extended to all citizens over the age of 21, and the first elections to the Consultative Assembly under the new rules were held in 2003. In 2004, the Sultan appointed Oman's first female minister with portfolio, [[Aisha bint Khalfan bin Jameel|Sheikha Aisha bint Khalfan bin Jameel al-Sayabiyah]]. She was appointed to the post of National Authority for Industrial Craftsmanship, an office that attempts to preserve and promote Oman's traditional crafts and stimulate industry.<ref>[http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/2818553.stm "Oman appoints first female minister"]. BBC News. 4 March 2003.</ref> Despite these changes, there was little change to the actual political makeup of the government. The Sultan continued to rule by decree. Nearly 100 suspected Islamists were arrested in 2005 and 31 people were convicted of trying to overthrow the government. They were ultimately pardoned in June of the same year.<ref name="autogenerated1"/>
   
Inspired by the [[Arab Spring]] uprisings taking place throughout the region, [[2011 Omani protests|protests]] also occurred in Oman during the early months of 2011. Although they did not call for the ousting of the regime, demonstrators demanded political reforms, improved living conditions, and the creation of more jobs. They were dispersed by riot police in February 2011. Sultan Qaboos reacted by promising jobs and benefits. In October 2011, elections were held to the Consultative Assembly, to which Sultan Qaboos promised greater powers. The following year, the government began a crackdown on internet criticism. In September 2012, trials began of 'activists' accused of posting "abusive and provocative" criticism of the government online. Six were given jail terms of 12–18 months and fines of around $2,500 each.
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Inspired by the [[Arab Spring]] uprisings taking place throughout the region, [[2011 Omani protests|protests]] also occurred in Oman during the early months of 2011. Although they did not call for the ousting of the regime, demonstrators demanded political reforms, improved living conditions, and the creation of more jobs. They were dispersed by riot police in February 2011. Sultan Qaboos reacted by promising jobs and benefits. In October 2011, elections were held to the Consultative Assembly, to which Sultan Qaboos promised greater powers. The following year, the government began a crackdown on internet criticism. In September 2012, trials began of 'activists' accused of posting "abusive and provocative" criticism of the government online. Six were given jail terms of 12–18 months and fines of around $2,500 each.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-14654492 |title=Oman profile – Timeline |publisher=BBC News |date=11 September 2012 |accessdate=18 January 2013}}</ref>
This is also where the EDM artist Avicii died<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-14654492 |title=Oman profile – Timeline |publisher=BBC News |date=11 September 2012 |accessdate=18 January 2013}}</ref>
 
   
 
== Geography ==
 
== Geography ==

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LGBT adoption and parenting in Australia

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{{Main article|LGBT parenting}}
 
{{Main article|LGBT parenting}}
Law in Australia with regard to children is often based on what is considered to be in the best interest of the child. The traditional and often used assumption is that children need both a mother and a father, which plays an important role in divorce and custodial proceedings, and has carried over into adoption and fertility procedures.<ref name=amici>{{cite web|url=http://www.courtinfo.ca.gov/courts/supreme/highprofile/documents/Amer_Psychological_Assn_Amicus_Curiae_Brief.pdf |title=Microsoft Word – APA California Amicus Brief – As Filed.DOC |format=PDF |accessdate=20 January 2011}}</ref><ref>Canadian Psychological Association: [http://www.cpa.ca/cpasite/userfiles/Documents/advocacy/brief.pdf Brief presented to the Legislative House of Commons Committee on Bill C38 By the Canadian Psychological Association 2 June 2005.]</ref><ref name=apsp>{{cite web|url=http://www.psychology.org.au/Assets/Files/LGBT-Families-Lit-Review.pdf |last=Short |first=Elizabeth |author2=Damien W. Riggs |author3=Amaryll Perlesz |author4=Rhonda Brown |author5=Graeme Kane |title=Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Parented Families – A Literature Review prepared for The Australian Psychological Society |publisher=The Australian Psychological Society |date=August 2007 |accessdate=2 May 2013}}</ref><ref name=djc2006>{{cite web|url=http://www.samesexmarriage.ca/docs/Justice_Child_Development.pdf |title=Children's Development of Social Competence Across Family Types |format=PDF |accessdate=20 January 2011}}</ref><ref name=lamb>Michael Lamb, PhD: [http://www.glad.org/uploads/docs/cases/2009-11-17-doma-aff-lamb.pdf Affidavit – United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts (2009)] {{webarchive|url=https://www.webcitation.org/5n2qV1QIk?url=http://www.glad.org/uploads/docs/cases/2009-11-17-doma-aff-lamb.pdf |date=25 January 2010 }}</ref> As of March 2018 all [[States and territories of Australia|Australian states and territories]] allow adoption by same-sex couples.
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Law in Australia with regard to children is often based on what is considered to be in the best interest of the child. The traditional and often used assumption is that children need both a mother and a father, which plays an important role in divorce and custodial proceedings, and has carried over into adoption and fertility procedures.<ref name=amici>{{cite web|url=http://www.courtinfo.ca.gov/courts/supreme/highprofile/documents/Amer_Psychological_Assn_Amicus_Curiae_Brief.pdf |title=Microsoft Word – APA California Amicus Brief – As Filed.DOC |format=PDF |accessdate=20 January 2011}}</ref><ref>Canadian Psychological Association: [http://www.cpa.ca/cpasite/userfiles/Documents/advocacy/brief.pdf Brief presented to the Legislative House of Commons Committee on Bill C38 By the Canadian Psychological Association 2 June 2005.]</ref><ref name=apsp>{{cite web|url=http://www.psychology.org.au/Assets/Files/LGBT-Families-Lit-Review.pdf |last=Short |first=Elizabeth |author2=Damien W. Riggs |author3=Amaryll Perlesz |author4=Rhonda Brown |author5=Graeme Kane |title=Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Parented Families – A Literature Review prepared for The Australian Psychological Society |publisher=The Australian Psychological Society |date=August 2007 |accessdate=2 May 2013}}</ref><ref name=djc2006>{{cite web|url=http://www.samesexmarriage.ca/docs/Justice_Child_Development.pdf |title=Children's Development of Social Competence Across Family Types |format=PDF |accessdate=20 January 2011}}</ref><ref name=lamb>Michael Lamb, PhD: [http://www.glad.org/uploads/docs/cases/2009-11-17-doma-aff-lamb.pdf Affidavit – United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts (2009)] {{webarchive|url=https://www.webcitation.org/5n2qV1QIk?url=http://www.glad.org/uploads/docs/cases/2009-11-17-doma-aff-lamb.pdf |date=25 January 2010 }}</ref> As of April 2018 all [[States and territories of Australia|Australian states and territories]] allow adoption by same-sex couples.
   
 
== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==

Don Army

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See also

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* [[Volunteer Army]]
 
* [[Volunteer Army]]
 
* [[White movement]]
 
* [[White movement]]
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* [[Steppe March]]
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

User:Upayan Mazumder

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User account Upayan Mazumder was created

1945–60 in Western fashion

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[[File:StateLibQld 1 191419 Sir Walter Jackson Cooper and Queen Elizabeth II, 1954.jpg|right|thumb|300px|Queen [[Elizabeth II]] and her then-[[Minister for Veterans' Affairs (Australia)|Minister for Veterans' Affairs]] in [[Australia]], 1954. The Queen's summer suit features a fitted short-sleeved jacket with a peplum and a full skirt. The minister wears a double-breasted suit.]]
 
[[File:StateLibQld 1 191419 Sir Walter Jackson Cooper and Queen Elizabeth II, 1954.jpg|right|thumb|300px|Queen [[Elizabeth II]] and her then-[[Minister for Veterans' Affairs (Australia)|Minister for Veterans' Affairs]] in [[Australia]], 1954. The Queen's summer suit features a fitted short-sleeved jacket with a peplum and a full skirt. The minister wears a double-breasted suit.]]
 
'''Fashion in the years following World War II''' is characterized by the resurgence of [[haute couture]] after the austerity of the [[World War II|war years]]. Square shoulders and short skirts were replaced by the soft femininity of [[Christian Dior]]'s "[[Christian Dior S.A.#The "New Look"|New Look]]" silhouette, with its sweeping longer skirts, fitted waist, and rounded shoulders, which in turn gave way to an unfitted, structural look in the later 1950s.
 
'''Fashion in the years following World War II''' is characterized by the resurgence of [[haute couture]] after the austerity of the [[World War II|war years]]. Square shoulders and short skirts were replaced by the soft femininity of [[Christian Dior]]'s "[[Christian Dior S.A.#The "New Look"|New Look]]" silhouette, with its sweeping longer skirts, fitted waist, and rounded shoulders, which in turn gave way to an unfitted, structural look in the later 1950s.
 
Innovations in [[textile]] technology following the war resulted in new fabrics such as spandex, volleyball shorts and easy-care [[textile finishing|fabric finishes]] that fitted the [[suburb]]an lifestyle of the 1950s with its emphasis on casual [[sportswear (fashion)|sportswear]] for both men and women. For the first time, teenagers became a force in fashion.
 
   
 
==General trends==
 
==General trends==

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Row2Recovery

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Fundraising: Changing full donation amount.

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== Fundraising ==
 
== Fundraising ==
To date, through these extreme adaptive rowing endeavours, Row2Recovery has raised over £1,500,000.00<ref>{{cite web |url=http://beta.charitycommission.gov.uk/charity-details/?regid=1142371&subid=0 |title=Row2Recovery Foundation |website=www.beta.charitycommission.gov.uk |publisher=Charity Commission |access-date=6 January 2018}}</ref> for the large military charities including [[Blesma, The Limbless Veterans|BLESMA]]; [[Prince Harry]]'s Endeavour Fund; [[Help for Heroes]]; [[ABF The Soldiers' Charity|The Soldiers' Charity]] and [[SSAFA]].
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To date, through these extreme adaptive rowing endeavours, Row2Recovery has raised over a million pounds <ref>{{cite web |url=http://beta.charitycommission.gov.uk/charity-details/?regid=1142371&subid=0 |title=Row2Recovery Foundation |website=www.beta.charitycommission.gov.uk |publisher=Charity Commission |access-date=6 January 2018}}</ref> for the large military charities including [[Blesma, The Limbless Veterans|BLESMA]]; [[Prince Harry]]'s Endeavour Fund; [[Help for Heroes]]; [[ABF The Soldiers' Charity|The Soldiers' Charity]] and [[SSAFA]].
   
 
== Patrons ==
 
== Patrons ==

Beaver County Transit Authority

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Routes

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*3 East Green Line- Rochester, Economy to Downtown Pittsburgh (weekday rush hour)
 
*3 East Green Line- Rochester, Economy to Downtown Pittsburgh (weekday rush hour)
 
*4 West Green Line- Chippewa, Center to Downtown Pittsburgh (weekday rush hour)
 
*4 West Green Line- Chippewa, Center to Downtown Pittsburgh (weekday rush hour)
*6 Yellow Line- Rochester, Monaca, Center, Aliquippa, Hopewell (Mon-Sat)
 
*8 Red Line- Midland, Industry, Vanport, Brighton, Beaver, Rochester (Mon-Sat)
 
 
*11 Purple Line- Industry, Vanport, Beaver, Rochester (Mon-Sat)
 
*11 Purple Line- Industry, Vanport, Beaver, Rochester (Mon-Sat)
   

Simba S.C.

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{{distinguish|Simba Sports Club}}
   
 
{{Infobox football club
 
{{Infobox football club

Wikipedia:Categories for discussion/Log/2018 April 20

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::[[:Category:2017 Internazionali BNL d'Italia]] to [[:Category:2017 Italian Open (tennis)]]
   
:'''Nominator's rationale:''' Since the main article was located in [[Italian Open (tennis)]], dropping the sponsored name, thus in lieu with other sports such as [[Premier League]], such seasonal article and cat tree system should have only one name, Italian Open (tennis) + Year as "prefix", not Telecom Italia Masters‎ and Internazionali BNL d'Italia‎ + year. [[User:Matthew_hk|<span style="color:yellow; background-color:black;">Matthew_hk</span>]] [[User talk:Matthew_hk|''<span style="color: Blue;">t</span>'']][[Special:Contributions/Matthew_hk|''<span style="color: red;">c</span>'']] 01:33, 20 April 2018 (UTC)
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:'''Nominator's rationale:''' Since the main article was located in [[Italian Open (tennis)]], dropping the sponsored name, thus in lieu with other sports such as [[Premier League]], such seasonal article and cat tree system should have only one name, Italian Open (tennis) + Year as "prefix", not Telecom Italia Masters‎ and Internazionali BNL d'Italia‎ + year.
 
:See also [[Wikipedia:Article titles]] on Consistency . season article should consistent with the main article [[Italian Open (tennis)]] and thus the cat should consistent with the season article. [[User:Matthew_hk|<span style="color:yellow; background-color:black;">Matthew_hk</span>]] [[User talk:Matthew_hk|''<span style="color: Blue;">t</span>'']][[Special:Contributions/Matthew_hk|''<span style="color: red;">c</span>'']] 01:50, 20 April 2018 (UTC)
 
:See also [[Wikipedia:Article titles]] on Consistency . season article should consistent with the main article [[Italian Open (tennis)]] and thus the cat should consistent with the season article. [[User:Matthew_hk|<span style="color:yellow; background-color:black;">Matthew_hk</span>]] [[User talk:Matthew_hk|''<span style="color: Blue;">t</span>'']][[Special:Contributions/Matthew_hk|''<span style="color: red;">c</span>'']] 01:50, 20 April 2018 (UTC)
:Also, those seasonal articles are poorly sourced. [[2017 Italian Open (tennis)]] was done sourcing on the name, and it is no dispute that " Italian Open" applies to individual season as common name (at least in 2017 season), since there is no dispute in [[Wikipedia:Article titles]] for individual season, the cat follow the main cat tree and article title should also had no dispute. But i should probably sourced all the name in individual season by the news article that from that year. [[User:Matthew_hk|<span style="color:yellow; background-color:black;">Matthew_hk</span>]] [[User talk:Matthew_hk|''<span style="color: Blue;">t</span>'']][[Special:Contributions/Matthew_hk|''<span style="color: red;">c</span>'']] 04:45, 20 April 2018 (UTC)
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:Also, those seasonal articles are poorly sourced. [[2017 Italian Open (tennis)]] was done sourcing on the name, and it is <s>no dispute</s> that " Italian Open" applies to individual season as common name (at least in 2017 season), since there is no dispute in [[Wikipedia:Article titles]] for individual season, the cat follow the main cat tree and article title should also had no dispute. But i should probably sourced all the name in individual season by the news article that from that year. [[User:Matthew_hk|<span style="color:yellow; background-color:black;">Matthew_hk</span>]] [[User talk:Matthew_hk|''<span style="color: Blue;">t</span>'']][[Special:Contributions/Matthew_hk|''<span style="color: red;">c</span>'']] 04:45, 20 April 2018 (UTC)
 
:citing "Italian Open" as common name was done for 2010 to 2017 season article, each picking news article of that edition. [[User:Matthew_hk|<span style="color:yellow; background-color:black;">Matthew_hk</span>]] [[User talk:Matthew_hk|''<span style="color: Blue;">t</span>'']][[Special:Contributions/Matthew_hk|''<span style="color: red;">c</span>'']] 05:37, 20 April 2018 (UTC)
 
:citing "Italian Open" as common name was done for 2010 to 2017 season article, each picking news article of that edition. [[User:Matthew_hk|<span style="color:yellow; background-color:black;">Matthew_hk</span>]] [[User talk:Matthew_hk|''<span style="color: Blue;">t</span>'']][[Special:Contributions/Matthew_hk|''<span style="color: red;">c</span>'']] 05:37, 20 April 2018 (UTC)
:To be check for previous name common name "Rome Masters" in older season. [[User:Matthew_hk|<span style="color:yellow; background-color:black;">Matthew_hk</span>]] [[User talk:Matthew_hk|''<span style="color: Blue;">t</span>'']][[Special:Contributions/Matthew_hk|''<span style="color: red;">c</span>'']] 05:47, 20 April 2018 (UTC)
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:To be check for previous common name "Rome Masters" in older season. [[User:Matthew_hk|<span style="color:yellow; background-color:black;">Matthew_hk</span>]] [[User talk:Matthew_hk|''<span style="color: Blue;">t</span>'']][[Special:Contributions/Matthew_hk|''<span style="color: red;">c</span>'']] 05:47, 20 April 2018 (UTC)
 
*{{yo|Matthew_hk}} I'm sorry, but I can make no sense of what you write. It seems that English is not your first language. Please can you get some help somewhere to translate your comments into English? --[[User:BrownHairedGirl|<span style="color:#663200;">Brown</span><span style="display:inline-block;transform:rotate(-3deg)">Haired</span>Girl]] <small>[[User talk:BrownHairedGirl|(talk)]] • ([[Special:Contributions/BrownHairedGirl|contribs]])</small> 06:22, 20 April 2018 (UTC)
 
*{{yo|Matthew_hk}} I'm sorry, but I can make no sense of what you write. It seems that English is not your first language. Please can you get some help somewhere to translate your comments into English? --[[User:BrownHairedGirl|<span style="color:#663200;">Brown</span><span style="display:inline-block;transform:rotate(-3deg)">Haired</span>Girl]] <small>[[User talk:BrownHairedGirl|(talk)]] • ([[Special:Contributions/BrownHairedGirl|contribs]])</small> 06:22, 20 April 2018 (UTC)
 
:* {{reply|BrownHairedGirl}} I strike the cat 2000 to 2009 from the renaming discussion , as they seem most commonly known as "Rome Masters" at that time. So strike out them in order to settle in a separate discussion, which may cover to more relic edition in 1980s. [[User:Matthew_hk|<span style="color:yellow; background-color:black;">Matthew_hk</span>]] [[User talk:Matthew_hk|''<span style="color: Blue;">t</span>'']][[Special:Contributions/Matthew_hk|''<span style="color: red;">c</span>'']] 06:26, 20 April 2018 (UTC)
 
:* {{reply|BrownHairedGirl}} I strike the cat 2000 to 2009 from the renaming discussion , as they seem most commonly known as "Rome Masters" at that time. So strike out them in order to settle in a separate discussion, which may cover to more relic edition in 1980s. [[User:Matthew_hk|<span style="color:yellow; background-color:black;">Matthew_hk</span>]] [[User talk:Matthew_hk|''<span style="color: Blue;">t</span>'']][[Special:Contributions/Matthew_hk|''<span style="color: red;">c</span>'']] 06:26, 20 April 2018 (UTC)

Sm kaif

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Iran (Persia) in the Bible

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Boing! said Zebedee deleted page Iran (Persia) in the Bible G12: Unambiguous copyright infringement of http://farsinet.com/iranbibl/iranbible1.html

Elysia timida

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Racism in association football

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Researchers who wrote the ''Asians Can't Play Football'' report somewhat presciently uncovered a culpable order of ignorance and thinly disguised racism that had proscribed any sustained South Asian progression in the game.<ref name=":1" /> Numerous problematic stereotypes still have a firm hold over the Asian identity.<ref name=":2" /> The standard stereotype of South Asian people is one of the submissive, naturally placid and physically frail individual.<ref name=":1" /> It has been stated that the Asian build is not that of a footballer and that the stereotype of "weak Asian" is influenced by notions of 'race' and issues of national identity.<ref name=":2" /> Common stereotypes list the Asian pupil as typically seen as physically frail, lacking in stamina and likely to underachieve.<ref name=":0" /> A 'Commission for Racial Equality (CRE) survey highlighted that there were only 10 Asian players at Premier League academies' 48 and in 2006, there were 'only four Asian players in the professional game'. These stereotypes exist because there is an under-achievement and if they subsist, 'scouts, coaches, and managers' will not visit places of high Asian population.<ref name=":2" /> What unites most South Asian teams is the common experience of racism and a particular racism that is parasitically exacted through football.<ref name=":1" />
 
Researchers who wrote the ''Asians Can't Play Football'' report somewhat presciently uncovered a culpable order of ignorance and thinly disguised racism that had proscribed any sustained South Asian progression in the game.<ref name=":1" /> Numerous problematic stereotypes still have a firm hold over the Asian identity.<ref name=":2" /> The standard stereotype of South Asian people is one of the submissive, naturally placid and physically frail individual.<ref name=":1" /> It has been stated that the Asian build is not that of a footballer and that the stereotype of "weak Asian" is influenced by notions of 'race' and issues of national identity.<ref name=":2" /> Common stereotypes list the Asian pupil as typically seen as physically frail, lacking in stamina and likely to underachieve.<ref name=":0" /> A 'Commission for Racial Equality (CRE) survey highlighted that there were only 10 Asian players at Premier League academies' 48 and in 2006, there were 'only four Asian players in the professional game'. These stereotypes exist because there is an under-achievement and if they subsist, 'scouts, coaches, and managers' will not visit places of high Asian population.<ref name=":2" /> What unites most South Asian teams is the common experience of racism and a particular racism that is parasitically exacted through football.<ref name=":1" />
 
==India==
 
{{See also|Football in India}}
 
 
   
 
===Hong Kong===
 
===Hong Kong===

Category talk:Byzantine Rite Catholic Wikipedians

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Wikipedia:Administrator intervention against vandalism

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*{{vandal|FutureClasses}} &ndash; account is being used only for promotional purposes. [[User:Cahk|Cahk]] ([[User talk:Cahk|talk]]) 07:01, 21 April 2018 (UTC)
 
*{{vandal|FutureClasses}} &ndash; account is being used only for promotional purposes. [[User:Cahk|Cahk]] ([[User talk:Cahk|talk]]) 07:01, 21 April 2018 (UTC)
 
*{{vandal|Sanoravies}} &ndash; account is evidently a spambot or a compromised account. [[User:Cahk|Cahk]] ([[User talk:Cahk|talk]]) 07:03, 21 April 2018 (UTC)
 
*{{vandal|Sanoravies}} &ndash; account is evidently a spambot or a compromised account. [[User:Cahk|Cahk]] ([[User talk:Cahk|talk]]) 07:03, 21 April 2018 (UTC)
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*{{vandal|Kutyaasalo}} &ndash; account is evidently a spambot or a compromised account. [[User:Cahk|Cahk]] ([[User talk:Cahk|talk]]) 07:04, 21 April 2018 (UTC)

Template:Fb team Varaždin

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Herman Ese'ese

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Football at the Summer Olympics

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| 1956 <br> ''[[Association football at the 1956 Summer Olympics|Details]]''
 
| 1956 <br> ''[[Association football at the 1956 Summer Olympics|Details]]''

2018 Kansas City Royals season

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|17||April 20||@ [[2018 Detroit Tigers season|Tigers]] ||2&ndash;3<small>(10)</small> || [[Joe Jiménez|Jiménez]] (2&ndash;0) || '''[[Brad Keller|Keller]]''' (0&ndash;1) ||—|| 15,406 || 3&ndash;14 || L9
 
|17||April 20||@ [[2018 Detroit Tigers season|Tigers]] ||2&ndash;3<small>(10)</small> || [[Joe Jiménez|Jiménez]] (2&ndash;0) || '''[[Brad Keller|Keller]]''' (0&ndash;1) ||—|| 15,406 || 3&ndash;14 || L9
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Sasha Banks

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*** [[Professional wrestling throws#Wheelbarrow bulldog|Wheelbarrow bulldog]]<ref name=OWW/>
 
*** [[Professional wrestling throws#Wheelbarrow bulldog|Wheelbarrow bulldog]]<ref name=OWW/>
 
** '''As Sasha Banks'''
 
** '''As Sasha Banks'''
*** ''Bankrupt''<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.pwinsider.com/article/82145/wwe-nxt-report-tag-title-match-zayn-vs-kruger-milestone-episode-next-week-and-more.html?p=1|title=WWE NXT REPORT: TAG TITLE MATCH; ZAYN VS. KRUGER; MILESTONE EPISODE NEXT WEEK; AND MORE|publisher=PWInsider|author=Trionfo, Richard|date=November 12, 2013|quote="Sasha with a kick and hits Bankrupt for the three count"}}</ref> ([[Neckbreaker#Arm trap neckbreaker|Straight jacket neckbreaker]] [[Neckbreaker#Neckbreaker slam|slam]])<ref name=HeelTurn/><ref name=fiercestfemales/><ref name=Bankrupt>{{cite web|last=Trionfo|first=Richard|title=WWE NXT REPORT: TAG TITLE MATCH; ZAYN VS. KRUGER; MILESTONE EPISODE NEXT WEEK; AND MORE|url=http://www.pwinsider.com/article/82145/wwe-nxt-report-tag-title-match-zayn-vs-kruger-milestone-episode-next-week-and-more.html?p=1|accessdate=December 11, 2013}}</ref>2013-2014
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*** ''Bank Statement''<ref name="WWE"/> ([[Professional wrestling holds#Crossface|Bridging crossface]], often transitioned from a [[Backbreaker#Double knee backbreaker|double knee backbreaker]], or as a counter to a [[Pin (professional wrestling)#Roll-up|roll-up]])<ref>{{cite web|last=Melok|first=Bobby|title=WWE NXT results – Oct. 9, 2014: Sami Zayn takes on Titus O'Neil, The Ascension assaults Funaki|url=https://www.wwe.com/shows/wwenxt/2014-10-09/wwe-nxt-results-2014-10-09-26707418|publisher=WWE|accessdate=October 9, 2014}}</ref>2014-present
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*** ''Bank Statement''<ref name="WWE"/> ([[Professional wrestling holds#Crossface|Bridging crossface]], often transitioned from a [[Backbreaker#Double knee backbreaker|double knee backbreaker]], or as a counter to a [[Pin (professional wrestling)#Roll-up|roll-up]])<ref>{{cite web|last=Melok|first=Bobby|title=WWE NXT results – Oct. 9, 2014: Sami Zayn takes on Titus O'Neil, The Ascension assaults Funaki|url=https://www.wwe.com/shows/wwenxt/2014-10-09/wwe-nxt-results-2014-10-09-26707418|publisher=WWE|accessdate=October 9, 2014}}</ref>
 
* '''Signature moves'''
 
* '''Signature moves'''
 
** [[Professional wrestling aerial techniques#Diving knee drop|Diving double knee drop]] to an opponent trapped between the turnbuckles<ref name="NXT17/07/14">{{cite web|url=http://www.pwinsider.com/article/86989/wwe-nxt-report-zaynkidd-vaudevillains-all-over-the-place-tyler-breeze-health-update-and-more.html?p=1|title=WWE NXT REPORT: ZAYN/KIDD; VAUDEVILLAINS ALL OVER THE PLACE; TYLER BREEZE HEALTH UPDATE; AND MORE|date=July 17, 2014|accessdate=February 3, 2016|first=Trionfo|last=Richard|publisher=PWInsider}}</ref><ref name="NXT14/04/14">{{cite web|url=http://www.pwinsider.com/article/87595/wwe-nxt-report-neville-vs-breeze-finally-tag-title-contender-tournament-continues-who-is-the-number-one-contender-for-charlottes-title.html?p=1#!|title=WWE NXT REPORT: NEVILLE VS. BREEZE . . . FINALLY; TAG TITLE CONTENDER TOURNAMENT CONTINUES; WHO IS THE NUMBER ONE CONTENDER FOR CHARLOTTE'S TITLE?|date=August 14, 2014|accessdate=February 3, 2016|first=Trionfo|last=Richard|publisher=PWInsider}}</ref><ref name="NXT28/08/14">{{cite web|url=http://www.pwinsider.com/article/87891/wwe-nxt-report-main-event-for-takeover-a-new-gm-new-opponents-for-the-ascension-tag-team-main-event-and-more.html?p=1|title=WWE NXT REPORT: MAIN EVENT FOR TAKEOVER; A NEW GM; NEW OPPONENTS FOR THE ASCENSION; TAG TEAM MAIN EVENT; AND MORE|date=August 28, 2014|accessdate=February 3, 2016|first=Trionfo|last=Richard|publisher=PWInsider}}</ref>
 
** [[Professional wrestling aerial techniques#Diving knee drop|Diving double knee drop]] to an opponent trapped between the turnbuckles<ref name="NXT17/07/14">{{cite web|url=http://www.pwinsider.com/article/86989/wwe-nxt-report-zaynkidd-vaudevillains-all-over-the-place-tyler-breeze-health-update-and-more.html?p=1|title=WWE NXT REPORT: ZAYN/KIDD; VAUDEVILLAINS ALL OVER THE PLACE; TYLER BREEZE HEALTH UPDATE; AND MORE|date=July 17, 2014|accessdate=February 3, 2016|first=Trionfo|last=Richard|publisher=PWInsider}}</ref><ref name="NXT14/04/14">{{cite web|url=http://www.pwinsider.com/article/87595/wwe-nxt-report-neville-vs-breeze-finally-tag-title-contender-tournament-continues-who-is-the-number-one-contender-for-charlottes-title.html?p=1#!|title=WWE NXT REPORT: NEVILLE VS. BREEZE . . . FINALLY; TAG TITLE CONTENDER TOURNAMENT CONTINUES; WHO IS THE NUMBER ONE CONTENDER FOR CHARLOTTE'S TITLE?|date=August 14, 2014|accessdate=February 3, 2016|first=Trionfo|last=Richard|publisher=PWInsider}}</ref><ref name="NXT28/08/14">{{cite web|url=http://www.pwinsider.com/article/87891/wwe-nxt-report-main-event-for-takeover-a-new-gm-new-opponents-for-the-ascension-tag-team-main-event-and-more.html?p=1|title=WWE NXT REPORT: MAIN EVENT FOR TAKEOVER; A NEW GM; NEW OPPONENTS FOR THE ASCENSION; TAG TEAM MAIN EVENT; AND MORE|date=August 28, 2014|accessdate=February 3, 2016|first=Trionfo|last=Richard|publisher=PWInsider}}</ref>
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** "Kookie Dough" by Angus Gunn Clark and Kully B<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.extrememusic.com/albums/2289|title=Kookie Dough (Dance Pop 3)|accessdate=February 18, 2018|publisher=Extreme Production Music}}</ref> ([[NXT (WWE brand)|NXT]])
 
** "Kookie Dough" by Angus Gunn Clark and Kully B<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.extrememusic.com/albums/2289|title=Kookie Dough (Dance Pop 3)|accessdate=February 18, 2018|publisher=Extreme Production Music}}</ref> ([[NXT (WWE brand)|NXT]])
 
** "Fastest Girl Alive" (instrumental) by David W. Ayers (NXT; 2013 – 2014)<ref>{{cite web|url=https://itunes.apple.com/mx/album/fastest-girl-alive/id403481848?i=403481867|title=Urban Pop [Fastest Girl Alive]|publisher=[[iTunes]]|accessdate=February 4, 2016}}</ref>
 
** "Fastest Girl Alive" (instrumental) by David W. Ayers (NXT; 2013 – 2014)<ref>{{cite web|url=https://itunes.apple.com/mx/album/fastest-girl-alive/id403481848?i=403481867|title=Urban Pop [Fastest Girl Alive]|publisher=[[iTunes]]|accessdate=February 4, 2016}}</ref>
** '''"Sky's the Limit"''' by [[CFO$]] (NXT/[[WWE]])<ref>{{cite web|url=https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/wwe-nxt-skys-limit-sasha-banks/id913643780|title=WWE NXT: Sky's The Limit (Sasha Banks) – Single|publisher=[[iTunes]]|accessdate=March 7, 2015}}</ref> August 28,2014-present
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** '''"Sky's the Limit"''' by [[CFO$]] (NXT/[[WWE]])<ref>{{cite web|url=https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/wwe-nxt-skys-limit-sasha-banks/id913643780|title=WWE NXT: Sky's The Limit (Sasha Banks) – Single|publisher=[[iTunes]]|accessdate=March 7, 2015}}</ref>
 
** "Amazing" by CFO$ ft. [[Naomi (wrestler)|Trinity Fatu]] (WWE; used as a member of [[Team B.A.D.]])<ref>{{cite web|url=https://itunes.apple.com/mx/album/wwe-amazing-feat.-naomi-single/id991351927|title=WWE: Amazing (feat. Naomi) – Single|publisher=[[iTunes]]|accessdate=December 9, 2015}}</ref>
 
** "Amazing" by CFO$ ft. [[Naomi (wrestler)|Trinity Fatu]] (WWE; used as a member of [[Team B.A.D.]])<ref>{{cite web|url=https://itunes.apple.com/mx/album/wwe-amazing-feat.-naomi-single/id991351927|title=WWE: Amazing (feat. Naomi) – Single|publisher=[[iTunes]]|accessdate=December 9, 2015}}</ref>
 
** "Unity" by CFO$ ft. J-Frost (WWE; used as a member of Team B.A.D.)<ref>{{cite web|url=https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/wwe-unity-team-b.a.d.-single/id1079632663|title=WWE: Unity (Team B.A.D.) [feat. J-Frost] – Single|publisher=[[iTunes]]|accessdate=February 3, 2016}}</ref>
 
** "Unity" by CFO$ ft. J-Frost (WWE; used as a member of Team B.A.D.)<ref>{{cite web|url=https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/wwe-unity-team-b.a.d.-single/id1079632663|title=WWE: Unity (Team B.A.D.) [feat. J-Frost] – Single|publisher=[[iTunes]]|accessdate=February 3, 2016}}</ref>

Gastric bypass surgery

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An [[anastomosis]] is a surgical connection between the stomach and bowel, or between two parts of the bowel. The surgeon attempts to create a water-tight connection by connecting the two organs with either staples or sutures, either of which actually makes a hole in the bowel wall. The surgeon will rely on the body's natural healing abilities and its ability to create a seal, like a self-sealing tire, to succeed with the surgery. If that seal fails to form for any reason, fluid from within the gastrointestinal tract can leak into the sterile abdominal cavity and give rise to infection and abscess formation. Leakage of an anastomosis can occur in about 2% of Roux-en-Y gastric bypass and less than 1% in mini gastric bypass. Leaks usually occur at the stomach-intestine connection (gastro-jejunostomy).
 
An [[anastomosis]] is a surgical connection between the stomach and bowel, or between two parts of the bowel. The surgeon attempts to create a water-tight connection by connecting the two organs with either staples or sutures, either of which actually makes a hole in the bowel wall. The surgeon will rely on the body's natural healing abilities and its ability to create a seal, like a self-sealing tire, to succeed with the surgery. If that seal fails to form for any reason, fluid from within the gastrointestinal tract can leak into the sterile abdominal cavity and give rise to infection and abscess formation. Leakage of an anastomosis can occur in about 2% of Roux-en-Y gastric bypass and less than 1% in mini gastric bypass. Leaks usually occur at the stomach-intestine connection (gastro-jejunostomy).
 
Supplementing with L- glutamine has been shown to speed healing time of gastric surgery. Studies have shown that this amino acid revs up the immune system, cuts infections, and promotes cell growth and organ repair. It also counteracts "leaky gut syndrome" which can occur transiently during surgical stress. L-glutamine is a building block for glutathione; it can also boost levels of regenerative growth hormone. Take 1 tsp of the powder in cold water, two or three times daily.
 
   
 
====Anastomotic stricture====
 
====Anastomotic stricture====

Barstow, California

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Sveriges Unga Muslimer

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== Member organisations ==
   
* ''Mångkulturella Ungdoms Center (MKUC)'' (translation: "[[Multiculturalism|multicultural]] youth centre") has its address at the [[Bellevue Mosque]] in [[Gothenburg]]. During a criminal investigation against a member of MKUC leadership, police found videos promoting violent jihadism.<ref name=":02">{{Cite book|url=http://www.mucf.se/sites/default/files/rapport_organisationen_sveriges_unga_muslimer_-_ideologi_och_koppling_till_antidemokratiska_miljoer.pdf|title=Organisationen Sveriges Unga Muslimer - ideologi och koppling till antidemokratiska miljöer|last=Sandelin|first=Magnus|publisher=[[Swedish Agency for Youth and Civil Society]]|year=2018|isbn=|location=|pages=4|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20180411193701/http://www.mucf.se/sites/default/files/rapport_organisationen_sveriges_unga_muslimer_-_ideologi_och_koppling_till_antidemokratiska_miljoer.pdf|archive-date=11 April 2011}}</ref>
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* ''Mångkulturella Ungdoms Center (MKUC)'' (translation: "[[Multiculturalism|multicultural]] youth centre") has its address at the [[Bellevue Mosque]] in [[Gothenburg]]. During a criminal investigation against a member of MKUC leadership, police found videos promoting violent jihadism in the computers of the MKUC office.<ref name=":02">{{Cite book|url=http://www.mucf.se/sites/default/files/rapport_organisationen_sveriges_unga_muslimer_-_ideologi_och_koppling_till_antidemokratiska_miljoer.pdf|title=Organisationen Sveriges Unga Muslimer - ideologi och koppling till antidemokratiska miljöer|last=Sandelin|first=Magnus|publisher=[[Swedish Agency for Youth and Civil Society]]|year=2018|isbn=|location=|pages=4|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20180411193701/http://www.mucf.se/sites/default/files/rapport_organisationen_sveriges_unga_muslimer_-_ideologi_och_koppling_till_antidemokratiska_miljoer.pdf|archive-date=11 April 2011}}</ref>
 
* ''[[Eskilstuna]] Unga Muslimer'' two members of the leadership, Karzan Fares and Diary Mohammed travelled to Syria in November 2015 where they joined a jihadist group loyal to [[al-Qaeda]].<ref name=":3">{{Cite book|url=http://www.mucf.se/sites/default/files/rapport_organisationen_sveriges_unga_muslimer_-_ideologi_och_koppling_till_antidemokratiska_miljoer.pdf|title=Organisationen Sveriges Unga Muslimer - ideologi och koppling till antidemokratiska miljöer|last=Sandelin|first=Magnus|publisher=[[Swedish Agency for Youth and Civil Society]]|year=2018|isbn=|location=|pages=6-7|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20180411193701/http://www.mucf.se/sites/default/files/rapport_organisationen_sveriges_unga_muslimer_-_ideologi_och_koppling_till_antidemokratiska_miljoer.pdf|archive-date=11 April 2011}}</ref> One of them posted pictures of jihadist [[Anwar al-Awlaki]] in social media.<ref name=":3" /> In August 2016 Karzan Fares was reported as killed in Syria.<ref name=":3" />
 
* ''[[Eskilstuna]] Unga Muslimer'' two members of the leadership, Karzan Fares and Diary Mohammed travelled to Syria in November 2015 where they joined a jihadist group loyal to [[al-Qaeda]].<ref name=":3">{{Cite book|url=http://www.mucf.se/sites/default/files/rapport_organisationen_sveriges_unga_muslimer_-_ideologi_och_koppling_till_antidemokratiska_miljoer.pdf|title=Organisationen Sveriges Unga Muslimer - ideologi och koppling till antidemokratiska miljöer|last=Sandelin|first=Magnus|publisher=[[Swedish Agency for Youth and Civil Society]]|year=2018|isbn=|location=|pages=6-7|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20180411193701/http://www.mucf.se/sites/default/files/rapport_organisationen_sveriges_unga_muslimer_-_ideologi_och_koppling_till_antidemokratiska_miljoer.pdf|archive-date=11 April 2011}}</ref> One of them posted pictures of jihadist [[Anwar al-Awlaki]] in social media.<ref name=":3" /> In August 2016 Karzan Fares was reported as killed in Syria.<ref name=":3" />
   

Bundi

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* The '''[[Taragarh Fort, Bundi|Taragarh Fort]]''', or 'Star Fort' is the most impressive of the city's structures. It was constructed in AD 1354 upon the top of steep hillside overlooking the city. The largest of its [[battlement]]s is the 16th century [[bastion]] known as the ''Bhim Burj'', on which was once mounted a particularly large [[cannon]] called ''Garbh Gunjam'', or 'Thunder from the Womb'. The fort is a popular tourist viewpoint of the city below. The fort contains three tanks which never dry up. The technique with which they were built has been long since lost but the tanks survive as a testament to the advanced methods of construction and engineering in medieval India.
 
* The '''[[Taragarh Fort, Bundi|Taragarh Fort]]''', or 'Star Fort' is the most impressive of the city's structures. It was constructed in AD 1354 upon the top of steep hillside overlooking the city. The largest of its [[battlement]]s is the 16th century [[bastion]] known as the ''Bhim Burj'', on which was once mounted a particularly large [[cannon]] called ''Garbh Gunjam'', or 'Thunder from the Womb'. The fort is a popular tourist viewpoint of the city below. The fort contains three tanks which never dry up. The technique with which they were built has been long since lost but the tanks survive as a testament to the advanced methods of construction and engineering in medieval India.
* The '''Bundi Palace''' is situated on the hillside adjacent to the Taragarh Fort and is notable for its lavish traditional [[mural]]s and [[fresco]]es.
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* The '''Bundi Palace''' is situated on the hillside adjacent to the Taragarh Fort and is notable for its lavish traditional [[mural]]s and [[fresco]]es. The ''Chitrashala'' (picture gallery) of the palace is open to the general public.
[[File:Bundi - Deckenmalerei im Garh Palace.jpg|thumb|Original paintings in Bundi Palace (visiting Sept. 2004)|253x253px]] The ''Chitrashala'' (picture gallery) of the palace is open to the general public.
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* The largest of Bundi's ''baoris'' or stepwells is the intricately carved '''[[Raniji ki Baori]]'''. Some 46 m deep, it was built in 1699 by Rani Nathavatji. The steps built into the sides of the water-well made water accessible even when at a very low level. The baori is one of the largest examples of its kind in [[Rajasthan]].
 
* The largest of Bundi's ''baoris'' or stepwells is the intricately carved '''[[Raniji ki Baori]]'''. Some 46 m deep, it was built in 1699 by Rani Nathavatji. The steps built into the sides of the water-well made water accessible even when at a very low level. The baori is one of the largest examples of its kind in [[Rajasthan]].
 
* The '''Nawal Sagar''' is a large square-shaped artificial lake in the centre of Bundi containing many small islets. A temple dedicated to [[Varuna]], the [[Rigvedic deities|vedic god]] of water, stands half-submerged in the middle of the lake. the lake feeds the numerous bavdis in the old city by creating an artificial water table.
 
* The '''Nawal Sagar''' is a large square-shaped artificial lake in the centre of Bundi containing many small islets. A temple dedicated to [[Varuna]], the [[Rigvedic deities|vedic god]] of water, stands half-submerged in the middle of the lake. the lake feeds the numerous bavdis in the old city by creating an artificial water table.

Fabio Maj

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'''Fabio Maj''' (born June 16, 1970 in [[Schilpario]]) is an [[Italy|Italian]] [[cross-country skiing|cross-country skier]] who competed from 1992 to 2004. He won two silver medals in the 4 x 10&nbsp;km relay at the [[Winter Olympics]] (1998, 2002). He also finished 13th in the 10&nbsp;km + 15&nbsp;km combined pursuit at the [[1998 Winter Olympics]] in [[Nagano, Nagano|Nagano]] and 13th in the 30&nbsp;km event at the [[2002 Winter Olympics]] in [[Salt Lake City]] which were his best individual Olympic finishes.
 
'''Fabio Maj''' (born June 16, 1970 in [[Schilpario]]) is an [[Italy|Italian]] [[cross-country skiing|cross-country skier]] who competed from 1992 to 2004. He won two silver medals in the 4 x 10&nbsp;km relay at the [[Winter Olympics]] (1998, 2002). He also finished 13th in the 10&nbsp;km + 15&nbsp;km combined pursuit at the [[1998 Winter Olympics]] in [[Nagano, Nagano|Nagano]] and 13th in the 30&nbsp;km event at the [[2002 Winter Olympics]] in [[Salt Lake City]] which were his best individual Olympic finishes.

Cambodia

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User:Janelleries

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Politics of Finland

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== History ==
 
== History ==
   
By the early 1950s, the patterns of postwar Finnish politics were established. No one group was dominant, but the Agrarian League held the presidency under [[Urho Kekkonen]] for a quarter century. Kekkonen first became president in 1956, and secured a place for the conservative Agrarian League as almost a permanent governing party until the late 1980s. In 1966 it changed its name to the Center Party (Keskustapuolue — Kesk) in an attempt to appeal to a broader segment of the electorate, but it still was not successful in penetrating southern coastal Finland. Meanwhile the Social Democratic Party, SDP, historically the largest party, still remained strong but it was often riven by dissension. In addition, it had to share the leftist vote with the Communist Party of Finland (Suomen Kommunistinen Puolue — SKP). As a consequence, right-wing parties never had to face a united left. In the 1980s, the communists had severe problems adjusting to new social conditions, and they split into several warring groups. As a result, their movement had a marginal position in Finnish politics. The SFP, a moderate centrist party with liberal and conservative wings, had a slighdy declining number of seats in the parliament [[Eduskunta]], but its position in the middle of the political spectrum often made it indispensable for coalition governments. The National Coalition Party (Kansallinen Kokoomuspuolue — KOK), rigidly conservative in the interwar period, gradually became more moderate and grew stronger, surpassing the Center Party in the number of parliamentary seats in 1979. Excluded from a role in government for decades, possibly because it had been more right-wing earlier, the KOK participated in the government formed after the national elections of 1987, supplying the prime minister, [[Harri Holkeri]]. The Liberal Party of the postwar period was never strong, and it had a negligible role by the 1980s and eventually was dissolved.<ref name="LOC">Text from PD source: US Library of Congress: ''[http://lcweb2.loc.gov/frd/cs/fitoc.html A Country Study: Finland]'', Library of Congress Call Number DL1012 .A74 1990.</ref>
 
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A Finnish political identity and distinctively Finnish politics first developed under the Russian rule in the country from 1809 to 1917. During the era Finland had an autonomous position within the Russian Empire with its own legislative powers. However, all bills had to be signed into law by the Russian Emperor who was the Grand Duke of Finland. Also, military power was firmly in Russian hands. Previously Finland had been a part of Sweden and did not have any political institutions of its own.<ref name="LOC">Text from PD source: US Library of Congress: ''[http://lcweb2.loc.gov/frd/cs/fitoc.html A Country Study: Finland]'', Library of Congress Call Number DL1012 .A74 1990.</ref>
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During the Russian rule, political activism gradually grew demanding more autonomy and eventually independence for Finland. However, several generations of struggle were needed before the Finnish nationalist movement realized its objectives. One form of activism was the underscoring of Finnish language, also at the expense of Swedish language that was still widely spoken in the country. Numerous members of the Swedish-speaking community entered the campaign, adopting Finnish as their language and exchanging their Swedish family names for Finnish ones. Finnish journals were founded, and Finnish became an official language in 1863. By the end of the century, there was a slight majority of Finnish-speaking students at the University of Helsinki, and Finnish-speakers made up sizable portions of the professions.<ref name="LOC"/>
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Finland's first political parties grew out of the language struggle. Those advocating full rights for Finnish-speakers formed the so-called Fennoman group that by the 1890s had split into the Old Finns and the Young Finns, the former mainly concerned with the language question, the latter urging the introduction of political liberalism. The Swedish-speaking community formed a short-lived Liberal Party. As the century drew to a close and the Fennoman
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Over time Finland's modernizing economy encouraged the formation of social groups with specific, and sometimes opposing, interests. In addition to the Finnish movement's Old and Young Finns, other political organizations came into being. Because the existing political groups did not adequately represent labor's interests, a workers' party was formed at the end of the century. In 1903 it became the Finnish SociaJ Democratic Party (Suomen Sosialidemokraattinen
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Puolue — SDP). At the same time labor was organizing itself, the farmers began a cooperative movement; in 1907 they formed the Agrarian Party (Maalaisliitto — ML). The Swedish People's Party (Svenska Folkpartiet — SEP), also dating from this period, was formed to serve the entire Swedish-speaking population.<ref name="LOC"/>
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The Grand Duchy's relationship with St. Petersburg began to deteriorate in the 1890s. The nervousness of tsarist officials about Finnish loyalty in wartime prompted measures to bind Finland more closely to the empire. The campaign of "Russification" ended only with Finland's independence in 1917. In retrospect the campaign can be seen as a failure, but for several decades it caused much turmoil within Finland, reaching its most extreme point with the assassination of the governor general in 1904. The first Russian revolution, that of 1905, allowed Finns to discard their antiquated Diet and to replace it with a unicameral legislature, the Eduskunta, elected through universal uffrage. Finland became the first European nation in which women had the franchise. The first national election, that of 1907, yielded Europe's largest social democratic parliamentary faction. In a single step, Finland went from being one of Europe's most politically backward countries to being one of its most advanced. Nonetheless, frequent dissolutions at the hands of the tsar permitted the Eduskunta to achieve little before independence.<ref name="LOC"/>
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By the early 1950s, the patterns of postwar Finnish politics were established. No one group was dominant, but the Agrarian League held the presidency under [[Urho Kekkonen]] for a quarter century. Kekkonen first became president in 1956, and secured a place for the conservative Agrarian League as almost a permanent governing party until the late 1980s. In 1966 it changed its name to the Center Party (Keskustapuolue — Kesk) in an attempt to appeal to a broader segment of the electorate, but it still was not successful in penetrating southern coastal Finland. Meanwhile the Social Democratic Party, SDP, historically the largest party, still remained strong but it was often riven by dissension. In addition, it had to share the leftist vote with the Communist Party of Finland (Suomen Kommunistinen Puolue — SKP). As a consequence, right-wing parties never had to face a united left. In the 1980s, the communists had severe problems adjusting to new social conditions, and they split into several warring groups. As a result, their movement had a marginal position in Finnish politics. The SFP, a moderate centrist party with liberal and conservative wings, had a slighdy declining number of seats in the parliament [[Eduskunta]], but its position in the middle of the political spectrum often made it indispensable for coalition governments. The National Coalition Party (Kansallinen Kokoomuspuolue — KOK), rigidly conservative in the interwar period, gradually became more moderate and grew stronger, surpassing the Center Party in the number of parliamentary seats in 1979. Excluded from a role in government for decades, possibly because it had been more right-wing earlier, the KOK participated in the government formed after the national elections of 1987, supplying the prime minister, [[Harri Holkeri]]. The Liberal Party of the postwar period was never strong, and it had a negligible role by the 1980s and eventually was dissolved.<ref name="LOC"/>
   
 
[[File:ETYK-Finland-delegation-1975.jpg|thumb|350px|right|The Finnish delegation to the [[OSCE]] included both prime minister Sorsa on the left and president Kekkonen on the right. Sorsa came from the SDP which was the largest party for most of the post-war era but through the presidency the Center Party nevertheless held a dominant role.]]
 
[[File:ETYK-Finland-delegation-1975.jpg|thumb|350px|right|The Finnish delegation to the [[OSCE]] included both prime minister Sorsa on the left and president Kekkonen on the right. Sorsa came from the SDP which was the largest party for most of the post-war era but through the presidency the Center Party nevertheless held a dominant role.]]

Two-tier Test cricket

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In October 2016, ICC started contemplating a different kind of Two-Tier system for Test match cricket. This structure will be similar to Baseball-style structure, where there will be two conferences of six teams each. Each team will play against all teams in their conference over a period of two years, with a Test Championship play-off between the toppers of both conferences at the end of the defined period. This structure will remove the non-equality that was a drawback of the initially proposed Two-tier system.<ref>{{cite news | url = http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci-icc/content/story/1062376.html | title = Baseball-style conference structure proposed for Tests | work = ESPN Cricinfo | access-date = 21 October 2016}}</ref>
 
In October 2016, ICC started contemplating a different kind of Two-Tier system for Test match cricket. This structure will be similar to Baseball-style structure, where there will be two conferences of six teams each. Each team will play against all teams in their conference over a period of two years, with a Test Championship play-off between the toppers of both conferences at the end of the defined period. This structure will remove the non-equality that was a drawback of the initially proposed Two-tier system.<ref>{{cite news | url = http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci-icc/content/story/1062376.html | title = Baseball-style conference structure proposed for Tests | work = ESPN Cricinfo | access-date = 21 October 2016}}</ref>
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==References==
 
==References==

User:Makata1

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Patrick Sharp

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====Philadelphia Flyers====
 
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After completing two years with Vermont, Sharp made his NHL debut in [[2003–04 NHL season|2003–04]], splitting the season between the Flyers and their [[American Hockey League]] (AHL) affiliate, the [[Philadelphia Phantoms]], recording seven points (5 goals, 2 assists) in 41 regular season games with the Flyers, and 29 points (15 goals, 14 assists) in 35 games for the Phantoms. Due to the [[2004–05 NHL lock-out]], Sharp spent the entire following season in the AHL with the Phantoms, registering 23 goals and 29 assists (52 points) in 75 regular-season games and eight goals and 13 assists (21 points) in 21 playoff games en route to a [[Calder Cup]] championship.
 
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After completing two years with Vermont, Sharp made his NHL debut in [[2003–04 NHL season|2003–04]], splitting the season between the Flyers and their [[American Hockey League]] (AHL) affiliate, the [[Philadelphia Phantoms]], recording seven points (5 goals, 2 assists) in 41 regular season games with the Flyers, and 29 points (15 goals, 14 assists) in 35 games for the Phantoms. Due to the [[2004–05 NHL lockout]], Sharp spent the entire following season in the AHL with the Phantoms, registering 23 goals and 29 assists (52 points) in 75 regular-season games and eight goals and 13 assists (21 points) in 21 playoff games en route to a [[Calder Cup]] championship.
   
 
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On November 25, 2011, Sharp recorded the second [[hat-trick]] of his NHL career in a 6–5 win against the [[Anaheim Ducks]].<ref>{{cite news|last=Kuc|first=Chris|title=Fast start inspires Sharp to 2nd career hat trick|url=http://www.chicagotribune.com/sports/hockey/blackhawks/ct-spt-1126-bits-blackhawks-ducks-chicago--20111126,0,6635691.story|accessdate=26 November 2011|newspaper=Chicago Tribune|date=25 November 2011}}</ref> Jonathan Toews, who himself had a career-best five-point game, recorded the primary [[Assist (ice hockey)|assists]] on all three of Sharp's goals.<ref>{{cite news|title=Chicago Blackhawks vs. Anaheim Ducks - Scoring Summary - November 25, 2011|url=http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/hockey/nhl/gameflash/2011/11/25/29192_summary.html|publisher=Sports Illustrated|accessdate=26 November 2011}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|last=Kuc|first=Chris|title=Chicago Blackhawks rally for 6-5 victory over Anaheim Ducks|url=http://www.chicagotribune.com/sports/hockey/blackhawks/ct-spt-1126-blackhawks-ducks-chicago--20111126,0,7663810.story|accessdate=26 November 2011|newspaper=Chicago Tribune|date=25 November 2011}}</ref> Sharp would finish the season with 33 goals along with 36 assists. He scored one goal during the Blackhawks first round exit to the [[Arizona Coyotes|Phoenix Coyotes]] in the [[2012 Stanley Cup playoffs]].
 
On November 25, 2011, Sharp recorded the second [[hat-trick]] of his NHL career in a 6–5 win against the [[Anaheim Ducks]].<ref>{{cite news|last=Kuc|first=Chris|title=Fast start inspires Sharp to 2nd career hat trick|url=http://www.chicagotribune.com/sports/hockey/blackhawks/ct-spt-1126-bits-blackhawks-ducks-chicago--20111126,0,6635691.story|accessdate=26 November 2011|newspaper=Chicago Tribune|date=25 November 2011}}</ref> Jonathan Toews, who himself had a career-best five-point game, recorded the primary [[Assist (ice hockey)|assists]] on all three of Sharp's goals.<ref>{{cite news|title=Chicago Blackhawks vs. Anaheim Ducks - Scoring Summary - November 25, 2011|url=http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/hockey/nhl/gameflash/2011/11/25/29192_summary.html|publisher=Sports Illustrated|accessdate=26 November 2011}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|last=Kuc|first=Chris|title=Chicago Blackhawks rally for 6-5 victory over Anaheim Ducks|url=http://www.chicagotribune.com/sports/hockey/blackhawks/ct-spt-1126-blackhawks-ducks-chicago--20111126,0,7663810.story|accessdate=26 November 2011|newspaper=Chicago Tribune|date=25 November 2011}}</ref> Sharp would finish the season with 33 goals along with 36 assists. He scored one goal during the Blackhawks first round exit to the [[Arizona Coyotes|Phoenix Coyotes]] in the [[2012 Stanley Cup playoffs]].
   
During the [[2012–13 NHL lock-out]], Sharp remained in [[Chicago]], while many of his teammates started playing for European leagues. He spent time with his then nine-month-old daughter, and was involved in [[Gillette (brand)|Gillette]]'s "My City is My Gym" fitness program as a spokesperson.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.menshealth.com/fitness/patrick-sharp-workout|title=The NHL Lockout Workout|date=14 November 2012|publisher=}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://articles.redeyechicago.com/2012-10-11/sports/34393013_1_stanley-cup-lockout-bon-voyage|title=No rest for Patrick Sharp|publisher=}}</ref> During the shortened NHL season, when play resumed in 2013, Sharp played 28 games, putting up six goals and 14 assists for a total of 20 points and a [[plus-minus]] rating of +8. On December 27, 2013, Sharp recorded his third hat-trick of his NHL career in a 7–2 win against the [[Colorado Avalanche]].<ref>{{cite news| url=http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2013-12-27/sports/ct-blackhawks-avalanche-game-spt-1228-20131228_1_matt-duchene-jonathan-toews-avalanche | work=Chicago Tribune | title=Patrick Sharp extra sharp with birthday hat trick | date=December 27, 2013}}</ref> Four games after, he recorded his fourth hat-trick against the [[New Jersey Devils]] in a 5–3 win on January 3, 2014.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://blackhawks.nhl.com/gamecenter/en/recap?id=2013020622&navid=DL%7CCHI%7Chome|title=Chicago Blackhawks - New Jersey Devils - January 3rd, 2014|website=NHL.com}}</ref> On January 7, 2014, Sharp was named to the Canadian Olympic team for the [[Ice hockey at the 2014 Winter Olympics – Men's tournament|2014 Winter Olympics]] in [[Sochi]].<ref>{{cite web |url=https://www.tsn.ca/canadian_hockey/feature/?id%3D1131 |title=Archived copy |accessdate=January 7, 2014 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20140821122008/http://www.tsn.ca/canadian_hockey/feature/?id=1131 |archivedate=August 21, 2014 |df= }}</ref>
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During the [[2012–13 NHL lockout]], Sharp remained in [[Chicago]], while many of his teammates started playing for European leagues. He spent time with his then nine-month-old daughter, and was involved in [[Gillette (brand)|Gillette]]'s "My City is My Gym" fitness program as a spokesperson.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.menshealth.com/fitness/patrick-sharp-workout|title=The NHL Lockout Workout|date=14 November 2012|publisher=}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://articles.redeyechicago.com/2012-10-11/sports/34393013_1_stanley-cup-lockout-bon-voyage|title=No rest for Patrick Sharp|publisher=}}</ref> During the shortened NHL season, when play resumed in 2013, Sharp played 28 games, putting up six goals and 14 assists for a total of 20 points and a [[plus-minus]] rating of +8. On December 27, 2013, Sharp recorded his third hat-trick of his NHL career in a 7–2 win against the [[Colorado Avalanche]].<ref>{{cite news| url=http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2013-12-27/sports/ct-blackhawks-avalanche-game-spt-1228-20131228_1_matt-duchene-jonathan-toews-avalanche | work=Chicago Tribune | title=Patrick Sharp extra sharp with birthday hat trick | date=December 27, 2013}}</ref> Four games after, he recorded his fourth hat-trick against the [[New Jersey Devils]] in a 5–3 win on January 3, 2014.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://blackhawks.nhl.com/gamecenter/en/recap?id=2013020622&navid=DL%7CCHI%7Chome|title=Chicago Blackhawks - New Jersey Devils - January 3rd, 2014|website=NHL.com}}</ref> On January 7, 2014, Sharp was named to the Canadian Olympic team for the [[Ice hockey at the 2014 Winter Olympics – Men's tournament|2014 Winter Olympics]] in [[Sochi]].<ref>{{cite web |url=https://www.tsn.ca/canadian_hockey/feature/?id%3D1131 |title=Archived copy |accessdate=January 7, 2014 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20140821122008/http://www.tsn.ca/canadian_hockey/feature/?id=1131 |archivedate=August 21, 2014 |df= }}</ref>
   
 
====Dallas Stars====
 
====Dallas Stars====

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The '''Battle of Hébuterne''' ('''Bataille d'Hébuterne, La bataille de Serre-Hébuterne''') took place in Picardy in France on the [[Western Front (World War I)|Western Front]] during the [[First World War]], between 7 and 13 June 1915. The [[second Army (France)|Second Army]] conducted the attack to move the French front line out of a hollow and onto Serre ridge, as part of a ''general action'' by several French armies to hinder the movement of reserves to [[Vimy Ridge]] where the [[Tenth Army (France)|Tenth Army]] was fighting the [[Second Battle of Artois]] (9 May – 18 June) as the ''decisive action'' of French strategy.
 
The '''Battle of Hébuterne''' ('''Bataille d'Hébuterne, La bataille de Serre-Hébuterne''') took place in Picardy in France on the [[Western Front (World War I)|Western Front]] during the [[First World War]], between 7 and 13 June 1915. The [[second Army (France)|Second Army]] conducted the attack to move the French front line out of a hollow and onto Serre ridge, as part of a ''general action'' by several French armies to hinder the movement of reserves to [[Vimy Ridge]] where the [[Tenth Army (France)|Tenth Army]] was fighting the [[Second Battle of Artois]] (9 May – 18 June) as the ''decisive action'' of French strategy.
   
[[Hébuterne]] Is a village {{convert|9|mi|km|order=flip|abbr=on}} north of [[Albert, Somme|Albert]] and south of [[Gommecourt, Pas-de-Calais|Gommecourt]]. After the fighting of 1914, the front line between the French Second Army and the German [[6th Army (German Empire)|6th Army]], later replaced by the [[2nd Army (German Empire)|2nd Army]], ran between the village and [[Serre-lès-Puisieux]] (Serre) to the east, a village on the D 919 road, south of Hébuterne and north of [[Beaumont-Hamel]], south-west of [[Puisieux, Pas-de-Calais|Puisieux]] and to the north-east of [[Mailly-Maillet]].{{sfn|Gliddon|1987|pp=233, 368}}
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[[Hébuterne]] Is a village {{convert|9|mi|km|order=flip|abbr=on}} north of [[Albert, Somme|Albert]] and south of [[Gommecourt, Pas-de-Calais|Gommecourt]]. After the fighting of 1914, the front line between the French Second Army and the German [[6th Army (German Empire)|6th Army]], later replaced by the [[2nd Army (German Empire)|2nd Army]], ran between the village and [[Serre-lès-Puisieux]] (Serre) to the east, a village on the D 919 road, south of Hébuterne and north of [[Beaumont-Hamel]], south-west of [[Puisieux, Pas-de-Calais|Puisieux]] and to the north-east of [[Mailly-Maillet]]. About half-way long the Rue de Serre from Hébuterne to Serre lay ''Ferme Toutvent'', just inside the German front line.
   
 
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==Background==

Ranjan Silva

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{{no footnotes|blp=yes|date=October 2017}}'''Ranjan Silva''' (born '''Patiharamada Juwan Hewage Sanath Ranjan Silva''' on 18 November 1988) is a [[Sri Lanka]]n [[cricket]]er. He is a right-handed batsman and a right-arm off-break bowler who plays for [[Singha Sports Club]]. He was born in [[Kalutara]].
'''Ranjan Silva''' (born '''Patiharamada Juwan Hewage Sanath Ranjan Silva''' on 18 November 1988) is a [[Sri Lanka]]n [[cricket]]er. He is a right-handed batsman and a right-arm off-break bowler who plays for [[Singha Sports Club]]. He was born in [[Kalutara]].
 
   
 
Silva made his first-class debut in November 2008 against [[Seeduwa Raddoluwa Sports Club|Seeduwa Raddoluwa]]. In both innings where he batted, he scored a duck. From two overs of bowling, he took figures of 1-13.
 
Silva made his first-class debut in November 2008 against [[Seeduwa Raddoluwa Sports Club|Seeduwa Raddoluwa]]. In both innings where he batted, he scored a duck. From two overs of bowling, he took figures of 1-13.

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LGBT adoption and parenting in Australia

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== Legislative progress ==
 
== Legislative progress ==
Since March 2018, [[LGBT adoption|adoption]] by same-sex couples is legally available in all jurisdictions of Australia.
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Since April 2018, [[LGBT adoption|adoption]] by same-sex couples is legally available in all jurisdictions of Australia.
 
Northern Territory, the last jurisdiction to reform its law introduced a bill that allows same-sex couples to adopt children in November 2017, and it passed the Legislative Assembly on 13 March 2018. The bill got assented a week later and went into effect the next day.
 
   
 
South Australia, introduced a bill to the [[South Australian Parliament]] that allows same-sex couples to adopt children in September 2016 and which passed the Parliament in December 2016.<ref>[https://www.legislation.sa.gov.au/LZ/B/CURRENT/ADOPTION%20(REVIEW)%20AMENDMENT%20BILL%202016/B_AS%20INTRODUCED%20IN%20HA/ADOPTION%20REVIEW%20AMENDMENT%20BILL%202016.UN.PDF]</ref> That bill received [[Royal Assent]] a week later and took effect in February 2017.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.legislation.sa.gov.au/LZ/V/P/2017/ADOPTION%20(REVIEW)%20AMENDMENT%20ACT%20(COMMENCEMENT)%20PROCLAMATION%202017_16.2.2017%20P%20548/16.2.2017%20P%20548.UN.PDF|title=Adoption (Review) Amendment Act (Commencement) Proclamation 2017|work=Legislation.sa.gov.au|date=17 February 2017}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.hrlc.org.au/news/2017/2/17/adoption-equality-now-a-reality-for-south-australians|title=Adoption equality now a reality for South Australians|work=Human Rights Law Centre|date=17 February 2017|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20170217062130/https://www.hrlc.org.au/news/2017/2/17/adoption-equality-now-a-reality-for-south-australians|archivedate=17 February 2017}}</ref>
 
South Australia, introduced a bill to the [[South Australian Parliament]] that allows same-sex couples to adopt children in September 2016 and which passed the Parliament in December 2016.<ref>[https://www.legislation.sa.gov.au/LZ/B/CURRENT/ADOPTION%20(REVIEW)%20AMENDMENT%20BILL%202016/B_AS%20INTRODUCED%20IN%20HA/ADOPTION%20REVIEW%20AMENDMENT%20BILL%202016.UN.PDF]</ref> That bill received [[Royal Assent]] a week later and took effect in February 2017.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.legislation.sa.gov.au/LZ/V/P/2017/ADOPTION%20(REVIEW)%20AMENDMENT%20ACT%20(COMMENCEMENT)%20PROCLAMATION%202017_16.2.2017%20P%20548/16.2.2017%20P%20548.UN.PDF|title=Adoption (Review) Amendment Act (Commencement) Proclamation 2017|work=Legislation.sa.gov.au|date=17 February 2017}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.hrlc.org.au/news/2017/2/17/adoption-equality-now-a-reality-for-south-australians|title=Adoption equality now a reality for South Australians|work=Human Rights Law Centre|date=17 February 2017|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20170217062130/https://www.hrlc.org.au/news/2017/2/17/adoption-equality-now-a-reality-for-south-australians|archivedate=17 February 2017}}</ref>

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I am assuming even this source to be undermined, twisted and disputed by François Robere. His behavior and total unwillingness to compromise is astonishing and unacceptable. I'll also [https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Talk:Collaboration_in_German-occupied_Poland&diff=837407992&oldid=837405422]ask for DS sanctions to be applied I think. [[Special:Contributions/2A01:110F:4505:DC00:F54A:A128:B0FA:5C86|2A01:110F:4505:DC00:F54A:A128:B0FA:5C86]] ([[User talk:2A01:110F:4505:DC00:F54A:A128:B0FA:5C86|talk]]) 05:43, 21 April 2018 (UTC)
 
I am assuming even this source to be undermined, twisted and disputed by François Robere. His behavior and total unwillingness to compromise is astonishing and unacceptable. I'll also [https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Talk:Collaboration_in_German-occupied_Poland&diff=837407992&oldid=837405422]ask for DS sanctions to be applied I think. [[Special:Contributions/2A01:110F:4505:DC00:F54A:A128:B0FA:5C86|2A01:110F:4505:DC00:F54A:A128:B0FA:5C86]] ([[User talk:2A01:110F:4505:DC00:F54A:A128:B0FA:5C86|talk]]) 05:43, 21 April 2018 (UTC)
 
::The 2010 [[Institute for National Memory]] book that you link to above, published on the 65th anniversary of [[Wincenty Witos]]' 1945 death, confirms that the Germans attempted to get his cooperation in setting up a collaborationist Polish government.
 
::The 2010 [[Institute for National Memory]] book that you link to above, published on the 65th anniversary of [[Wincenty Witos]]' 1945 death, confirms that the Germans attempted to get his cooperation in setting up a collaborationist Polish government.
::I recently read something to the effect that the Germans contacted Witos before World War II with a similar proposal; that he informed the Polish government of it; and that he returned to Poland before the war, despite his experiences at [[Bereza Kartuska prison]] and in the [[proces brzeski|Brześć trials]]. Have you seen anything to that effect?
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::I recently read something to the effect that the Germans contacted Witos ''before'' World War II with a similar proposal; that he informed the Polish government of it; and that he returned to Poland before the war, despite his sentencing in the [[proces brzeski|Brześć trials]]. Have you seen anything to that effect?
 
::[[User:Nihil novi|Nihil novi]] ([[User talk:Nihil novi|talk]]) 06:52, 21 April 2018 (UTC)
 
::[[User:Nihil novi|Nihil novi]] ([[User talk:Nihil novi|talk]]) 06:52, 21 April 2018 (UTC)
   

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