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Lemuel Jeanpierre

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===Seattle Seahawks===
 
===Seattle Seahawks===
On July 28, 2017, Jeanpierre was signed as an offensive assistant by the Seattle Seahawks.
 
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On July 28, 2017, Jeanpierre was signed as an offensive assistant by the Seattle Seahawks.<ref>{{cite web|last1=Lewis|first1=Derek|title=Seahawks announce Lemuel Jeanpierre as offensive assistant|url=https://247sports.com/nfl/seattle-seahawks/Bolt/Seahawks-announce-Lemuel-Jeanpierre-as-offensive-assistant--105584326|website=247sports.com|accessdate=May 1, 2018|date=July 28, 2017}}</ref>
   
 
===Oakland Raiders===
 
===Oakland Raiders===
On April 5, 2018, Jeanpierre was hired as an assistant offensive line coach by the Oakland Raiders, where he will be assisting former Seahawks offensive line coach (and former Raiders head coach) [[Tom Cable]] as part of returning Raiders head coach [[Jon Gruden]]'s new staff.
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On April 3, 2018, Jeanpierre was hired as an assistant offensive line coach by the Oakland Raiders, where he will be assisting former Seahawks offensive line coach (and former Raiders head coach) [[Tom Cable]] as part of returning Raiders head coach [[Jon Gruden]]'s new staff.<ref>{{cite web|title=Raiders Finalize Coaching Staff|url=http://www.raiders.com/news/article-1/Raiders-Finalize-Coaching-Staff/1caba7eb-38f4-474d-8317-a25ad0dc0d81|website=raiders.com|accessdate=May 1, 2018|date=April 3, 2018}}</ref>
   
 
==References==
 
==References==

Draft:Jamaibabu

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== Plot ==
 
== Plot ==
Rama, the daughter of Mr. Chunilal is studying in a college in [[Kolkata]]. She is an adament girl who does not care about anything. In a college function she involves with quarrling with a boy named Dulal. Rama fabricates a plan to expell Dulal from college. But Dulal saved her from another student Mantu from getting raped. Then Rama thought about her fault and fall in love with Dulal. After having intimate Rama became pregnant and informed another college mate as well as their best friend Jayanta, the son of business tycoon Biren Mukherjee. Jayanta asked Dulal to marry Rama. He also arranged a safe place for the new couole in his house. On the other hand, Rama's father Chunilal fixed the marrige of Rama with the same Jayanta. When Chunilal came to know that Rama has already been married with another person, become angry and came to Kolkata from [[Asansol]] with his younger daughter Rina. Suddenly they saw Jayanta's picture and guessed Jayanta as Rama's husband as they fixed earlier. To control the damage Dulal posed to be a servant and Jayanta become Rina's loving 'Jamaibabu'. But one day Rina knows the whole story. In the meanwhile Mantu came to know everything about the concocted fact of Rama and Dulal. He started to blackmail Rama for money and kidnapped Dulal and Rina. Jayanta went to save Dulal and his would be wife Rina.
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Rama, the daughter of Mr. Chunilal is studying in a college in [[Kolkata]]. She is an adament girl who does not care about anything. In a college function she involves with quarrling with a boy named Dulal. Rama fabricates a plan to expell Dulal from college. But Dulal saved her from another student Mantu from getting raped. Then Rama thought about her fault and fall in love with Dulal. After having intimate Rama become pregnant and informed another college mate as well as their best friend Jayanta, the son of business tycoon Biren Mukherjee. Jayanta asked Dulal to marry Rama. He also arranged a safe place for the new couple in his house. On the other hand, Rama's father Chunilal fixed the marriage of Rama with the same Jayanta. When Chunilal came to know that Rama has already been married with another person, become angry and come to Kolkata from [[Asansol]] with his younger daughter Rina. Suddenly they saw Jayanta's picture and guessed Jayanta as Rama's husband as they fixed earlier. To control the damage Dulal posed to be a servant and Jayanta become Rina's loving 'Jamaibabu'. But one day Rina knows the whole plot. In the meanwhile Mantu come to know everything about the concocted fact of Rama and Dulal. He started to blackmail Rama for money and kidnapped Dulal and Rina. Jayanta goes to save Dulal and his would be wife Rina.
   
 
== Cast ==
 
== Cast ==

Richardson v Forestry Commission of Tasmania

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{{Infobox Court Case
 
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| name = Richardson v Forestry Commission of Tasmania
 
| name = Richardson v Forestry Commission of Tasmania

Maren Morris discography

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|+ List of singles, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name
 
|+ List of singles, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name
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! scope="row"| "[[Rich (Maren Morris song)|Rich]]"
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Talk:Cathy Newman

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:::[[User:Sangdeboeuf|Sangdeboeuf]] The Vox reference that you provided initially to support your argument of Vox being a reliable source (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Reliable_sources/Noticeboard) was the same place where Vox was compared to Brietbart. I suggest you rephrase your sentence as, another user, based on the very same reference I provided noticed that Vox was being compared to Brietbart. I also suggest that you invest in a simple google lookup to verify the validity of my statement. Also, when you claim that Newman "told" the guardian that she received threats, i ask you to provide any (even one) sentence that validates such as assumption. In fact, when you claim that the russian botfarm claim is WP:UNDUE... i ask you to prove it. Here is the actual quote from the very same article you used "She tells me there was the suspicion of a Russian botfarm dedicated to spamming her with hate across social media."<ref>https://www.theguardian.com/media/2018/mar/19/cathy-newman-the-internet-is-being-written-by-men-with-an-agenda"</ref>Supermadinthesky 16:00, 30 April 2018 (UTC) <!-- Template:Unsigned --><small class="autosigned">—&nbsp;Preceding [[Wikipedia:Signatures|unsigned]] comment added by [[User:Madhulovespotatoes|Madhulovespotatoes]] ([[User talk:Madhulovespotatoes#top|talk]] • [[Special:Contributions/Madhulovespotatoes|contribs]]) </small> <!--Autosigned by SineBot-->
 
:::[[User:Sangdeboeuf|Sangdeboeuf]] The Vox reference that you provided initially to support your argument of Vox being a reliable source (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Reliable_sources/Noticeboard) was the same place where Vox was compared to Brietbart. I suggest you rephrase your sentence as, another user, based on the very same reference I provided noticed that Vox was being compared to Brietbart. I also suggest that you invest in a simple google lookup to verify the validity of my statement. Also, when you claim that Newman "told" the guardian that she received threats, i ask you to provide any (even one) sentence that validates such as assumption. In fact, when you claim that the russian botfarm claim is WP:UNDUE... i ask you to prove it. Here is the actual quote from the very same article you used "She tells me there was the suspicion of a Russian botfarm dedicated to spamming her with hate across social media."<ref>https://www.theguardian.com/media/2018/mar/19/cathy-newman-the-internet-is-being-written-by-men-with-an-agenda"</ref>Supermadinthesky 16:00, 30 April 2018 (UTC) <!-- Template:Unsigned --><small class="autosigned">—&nbsp;Preceding [[Wikipedia:Signatures|unsigned]] comment added by [[User:Madhulovespotatoes|Madhulovespotatoes]] ([[User talk:Madhulovespotatoes#top|talk]] • [[Special:Contributions/Madhulovespotatoes|contribs]]) </small> <!--Autosigned by SineBot-->
 
::::{{re|Madhulovespotatoes}} A single editor at the reliable sources noticeboard has alleged that ''Vox'' is somehow biased, without substantiating it in any way. I would suggest that anyone who believes that ''Vox'' and ''Breitbart'' are at the same level has not read either one.<p>The part where Newman describes death threats to ''The Guardian'' is in the [https://www.theguardian.com/media/2018/mar/19/cathy-newman-the-internet-is-being-written-by-men-with-an-agenda eighth paragraph of the article]: {{tq|"People say: 'Why don't you just block them?' But there were literally thousands of abusive tweets – it was a semi-organised campaign. It ranged from the usual 'cunt, bitch, dumb blonde' to 'I'm going to find out where you live and execute you'."}}<p>This was repeated verbatim by ''Vox'', among the sources named above that refer to threats against Newman. The botfarm reference, on the other hand, was a one-off remark that hasn't been referenced in any secondary sources I've seen. That's what [[WP:UNDUE]] means. —[[User:Sangdeboeuf|Sangdeboeuf]] ([[User talk:Sangdeboeuf|talk]]) 02:55, 1 May 2018 (UTC)
 
::::{{re|Madhulovespotatoes}} A single editor at the reliable sources noticeboard has alleged that ''Vox'' is somehow biased, without substantiating it in any way. I would suggest that anyone who believes that ''Vox'' and ''Breitbart'' are at the same level has not read either one.<p>The part where Newman describes death threats to ''The Guardian'' is in the [https://www.theguardian.com/media/2018/mar/19/cathy-newman-the-internet-is-being-written-by-men-with-an-agenda eighth paragraph of the article]: {{tq|"People say: 'Why don't you just block them?' But there were literally thousands of abusive tweets – it was a semi-organised campaign. It ranged from the usual 'cunt, bitch, dumb blonde' to 'I'm going to find out where you live and execute you'."}}<p>This was repeated verbatim by ''Vox'', among the sources named above that refer to threats against Newman. The botfarm reference, on the other hand, was a one-off remark that hasn't been referenced in any secondary sources I've seen. That's what [[WP:UNDUE]] means. —[[User:Sangdeboeuf|Sangdeboeuf]] ([[User talk:Sangdeboeuf|talk]]) 02:55, 1 May 2018 (UTC)
 
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::::{{re|Sangdeboeuf}} Validating Vox as unbiased based on a whopping two positive editor references (based on completely unrelated topics) on reliable sources does not make it so but i get it and just to even out the odds, more reliable sources editors<ref>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Reliable_sources/Noticeboard/Archive_174</ref> questioning Vox's credibility and chosing to not use them as references. Here is a great article by deadspin covering Vox's disasterous reporting credentials<ref>https://theconcourse.deadspin.com/46-times-vox-totally-fucked-up-a-story-1673835447</ref>. Other great sources for Vox's credibility (outside Google) are watchdog groups such as the left leaning: Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting (FAIR)<ref>https://fair.org/</ref>, right leaning Media Research Center (MRC)<ref>https://www.mrc.org/</ref> and the relatively non partisan Media Bias/Fact Check (MBFC News)<ref>https://mediabiasfactcheck.com/</ref>.
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::::On repeating Verbatim (see churnalism<ref>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Churnalism</ref>) being considered validation from multiple/secondary/tertiary sources, I really do expect better from editors but when I see certain editors claim two guardian articles are two different sources (after mislabelling one), I suggest we conduct a refresher on COI<ref>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conflict_of_interest</ref>. Supermadinthesky 07:05, 1 May 2018 (UTC)[[User:Madhulovespotatoes|Madhulovespotatoes]] ([[User talk:Madhulovespotatoes#top|talk]])
   
 
== Views on sexism ==
 
== Views on sexism ==

Ravana

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Ravana, a devotee of [[Sun|Siva]],an Asura king of ancient [[Sri Lanka]] is depicted and described as a great scholar, a Brahmin, a capable ruler and a maestro of the [[veena]] & [[Ravanahatha]] . He is also described as extremely powerful king and has ten heads. His paramount ambition was to overpower and dominate the [[deva (Hinduism)|devas]]. His ten heads represent his knowledge of the six [[shastra]]s and the four [[Vedas]]. In the ''Ramayana'', Ravana abducted [[Rama]]'s wife [[Sita]] to exact vengeance on Rama and his brother [[Lakshmana]] for having cut off the ears and nose of his sister [[Shurpanakha]].<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.valmikiramayan.net/utf8/aranya/sarga18/aranya_18_frame.htm|title=Valmiki Ramayana – Aranya Kanda – Sarga 18, Verse: 3-18-22|last=Rao|first=Desiraju Hanumanta|date=|website=www.valmikiramayan.net|publisher=|access-date=2016-10-27}}</ref>
 
Ravana, a devotee of [[Sun|Siva]],an Asura king of ancient [[Sri Lanka]] is depicted and described as a great scholar, a Brahmin, a capable ruler and a maestro of the [[veena]] & [[Ravanahatha]] . He is also described as extremely powerful king and has ten heads. His paramount ambition was to overpower and dominate the [[deva (Hinduism)|devas]]. His ten heads represent his knowledge of the six [[shastra]]s and the four [[Vedas]]. In the ''Ramayana'', Ravana abducted [[Rama]]'s wife [[Sita]] to exact vengeance on Rama and his brother [[Lakshmana]] for having cut off the ears and nose of his sister [[Shurpanakha]].<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.valmikiramayan.net/utf8/aranya/sarga18/aranya_18_frame.htm|title=Valmiki Ramayana – Aranya Kanda – Sarga 18, Verse: 3-18-22|last=Rao|first=Desiraju Hanumanta|date=|website=www.valmikiramayan.net|publisher=|access-date=2016-10-27}}</ref>
   
Ravana is worshipped by [[Sinhalese people|Sinhalese]], [[Tamils]] and [[Hindus]] in some parts of [[India]], [[Sri Lanka]] and [[Bali]] (in [[Indonesia]].)<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://indianexpress.com/article/cities/delhi/only-the-elderly-come-to-mourn-ravana-in-birthplace-bisrakh/|title=Only the elderly come to mourn Ravana in 'birthplace' Bisrakh|date=2014-10-04|website=The Indian Express|access-date=2016-06-14}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.hindustantimes.com/noida/ravana-in-noida-a-book-on-greater-noida/story-2AOHJ8xvUMzA1PwEi3fv6N.html |title=Ravana in Noida: A book on Greater Noida|date=2014-03-15|website=hindustantimes.com |access-date=2016-06-14}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|url=http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/noida/Bisrakh-seeks-funds-for-Ravan-temple/articleshow/44269673.cms|title=Bisrakh seeks funds for Ravan temple – Times of India|website=The Times of India|access-date=2016-06-14}}</ref> He is considered to be the most revered devotee of Shiva. Images of Ravana are seen associated with Siva at some places.
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Ravana is worshipped by [[Tamils]] and [[Hindus]] in some parts of [[India]], [[Sri Lanka]] and [[Bali]] (in [[Indonesia]].)<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://indianexpress.com/article/cities/delhi/only-the-elderly-come-to-mourn-ravana-in-birthplace-bisrakh/|title=Only the elderly come to mourn Ravana in 'birthplace' Bisrakh|date=2014-10-04|website=The Indian Express|access-date=2016-06-14}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.hindustantimes.com/noida/ravana-in-noida-a-book-on-greater-noida/story-2AOHJ8xvUMzA1PwEi3fv6N.html |title=Ravana in Noida: A book on Greater Noida|date=2014-03-15|website=hindustantimes.com |access-date=2016-06-14}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|url=http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/noida/Bisrakh-seeks-funds-for-Ravan-temple/articleshow/44269673.cms|title=Bisrakh seeks funds for Ravan temple – Times of India|website=The Times of India|access-date=2016-06-14}}</ref> He is considered to be the most revered devotee of Shiva. Images of Ravana are seen associated with Siva at some places.
   
 
== Etymology ==
 
== Etymology ==

Antiplatelet drug

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|Direct or indirect restoration with supragingival margins
 
|Direct or indirect restoration with supragingival margins
|Root surface debridement and subgingival sclaing
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|Root surface debridement and subgingival scaling
 
|Biopsies
 
|Biopsies
 
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Shaun Pearson

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| years3 = 2009–2011 | clubs3 = [[Boston United F.C.|Boston United]] | caps3 = 67 | goals3 = 17
 
| years3 = 2009–2011 | clubs3 = [[Boston United F.C.|Boston United]] | caps3 = 67 | goals3 = 17
 
| years4 = 2011–2017 | clubs4 = [[Grimsby Town F.C.|Grimsby Town]] | caps4 = 207 | goals4 = 11
 
| years4 = 2011–2017 | clubs4 = [[Grimsby Town F.C.|Grimsby Town]] | caps4 = 207 | goals4 = 11
| years5 = 2017– | clubs5 = [[Wrexham A.F.C.|Wrexham]] | caps5 = 44 | goals5 = 5
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| years5 = 2017– | clubs5 = [[Wrexham A.F.C.|Wrexham]] | caps5 = 45 | goals5 = 5
 
| nationalyears1 = 2011
 
| nationalyears1 = 2011
 
| nationalteam1 = [[England national football C team|England C]]
 
| nationalteam1 = [[England national football C team|England C]]
 
| nationalcaps1 = 1
 
| nationalcaps1 = 1
 
| nationalgoals1 = 0
 
| nationalgoals1 = 0
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'''Shaun Mark Pearson''' (born 28 April 1989) is an English professional [[Association football|footballer]] who plays as a [[centre-back]] for [[Wrexham A.F.C.|Wrexham]].
 
'''Shaun Mark Pearson''' (born 28 April 1989) is an English professional [[Association football|footballer]] who plays as a [[centre-back]] for [[Wrexham A.F.C.|Wrexham]].
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==Career statistics==
 
==Career statistics==
{{updated|match played 21 April 2018}}
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Wikipedia:Administrator intervention against vandalism

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*{{IPvandal|190.16.227.232}} &ndash; On [[The Shins]]: vandalism after final warning. [[User:Binksternet|Binksternet]] ([[User talk:Binksternet|talk]]) 03:53, 1 May 2018 (UTC)
 
*{{IPvandal|190.16.227.232}} &ndash; On [[The Shins]]: vandalism after final warning. [[User:Binksternet|Binksternet]] ([[User talk:Binksternet|talk]]) 03:53, 1 May 2018 (UTC)
 
* {{Vandal|Mavmike50}} Spamming. [[Special:Contributions/2601:188:180:11F0:65F5:930C:B0B2:CD63|2601:188:180:11F0:65F5:930C:B0B2:CD63]] ([[User talk:2601:188:180:11F0:65F5:930C:B0B2:CD63|talk]]) 04:16, 1 May 2018 (UTC)
 
* {{Vandal|Mavmike50}} Spamming. [[Special:Contributions/2601:188:180:11F0:65F5:930C:B0B2:CD63|2601:188:180:11F0:65F5:930C:B0B2:CD63]] ([[User talk:2601:188:180:11F0:65F5:930C:B0B2:CD63|talk]]) 04:16, 1 May 2018 (UTC)
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*{{IPvandal|93.42.45.172}} &ndash; vandalism after final warning. IP continued to add unsourced content on concert tour related articles. [[User:Raritydash|<span style="background-color: #5E4FA2; color: #EBEFF1">'''Rarity'''</span><span style="background-color: #9EDBF9; color: #1E98D3">'''dash'''</span>]] ([[User talk:Raritydash|<span style="color: #83509F">'''talk'''</span>]]) 07:05, 1 May 2018 (UTC)

Richard Gee (judge)

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'''Richard Walter Gee''' (19 October 1933 – 2 January 2017) was an Australian judge of the [[Family Court of Australia]] from 1980 to 1999. In 1984, he survived the bombing of his home in a series of [[Family Court of Australia attacks|attacks targeting Family Court judges]] between 1980 and 1985.
 
'''Richard Walter Gee''' (19 October 1933 – 2 January 2017) was an Australian judge of the [[Family Court of Australia]] from 1980 to 1999. In 1984, he survived the bombing of his home in a series of [[Family Court of Australia attacks|attacks targeting Family Court judges]] between 1980 and 1985.
   

Nádia Campeão

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{{Infobox officeholder
|name = Nádia Campeão
|image = Nádia Campeão cropped 1.jpg
|caption = Nádia in 2012.
|office = Vice Mayor of [[São Paulo (city)|São Paulo]]
|term_start = 1 January 2013
|term_end = 1 January 2017
|1blankname = Mayor
|1namedata = [[Fernando Haddad]]
|predecessor = Alda Marco Antônio
|successor = [[Bruno Covas]]
|office1 = City Secretary of Education of [[São Paulo (city)|São Paulo]]
|term_start1 = 3 June 2016
|term_end1 = 1 January 2017
|1blankname1 = Mayor
|1namedata1 = [[Fernando Haddad]]
|predecessor1 = [[Gabriel Chalita]]
|successor1 = Alexandre Schneider
|birth_name = Nádia Campeão
|birth_date = {{birth date and age|1958|2|27|df=y}}
|birth_place = [[Rio Claro, São Paulo|Rio Claro]], [[São Paulo (state)|SP]], [[Brazil]]
|party = [[Communist Party of Brazil|PCdoB]] {{small|(Since 1978)}}
|profession = Agronomist engineer
|education = [[Luiz de Queiroz College of Agriculture, University of São Paulo|ESALQ-USP]]
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'''Nádia Campeão''' (born 27 February 1958 in Rio Claro) is a [[Brazil]]ian engineer and politician, member of the [[Communist Party of Brazil]] (PCdoB).<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.eleicoes2012.info/nadia-campeao-13/|title=Nadia Campeão 13|publisher=Eleições 2012|language=pt|date=28 October 2012|accessdate=1 May 2018}}</ref> Was Vice Mayor of São Paulo and second woman to assume this office.

==Biography==
Graduated in agronomic engineering for the ESALQ-USP, Nádia joined the Communist Party of Brazil in 1978.

In 2001, was nominated Secretary of Sports of São Paulo by then Mayor [[Marta Suplicy]]. In 2002, along with Marta, the then Secretary of Sports of the State [[Lars Grael]], and the Governor of São Paulo [[Geraldo Alckmin]], officialized the candidacy of São Paulo for the [[2012 Summer Olympics]].<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.terra.com.br/esportes/jogos-olimpicos/2012/sao-paulo-estaria-melhor-com-olimpiada-2012-do-que-com-copa-2014,d3f8bf542cfed310VgnCLD200000bbcceb0aRCRD.html|title=São Paulo estaria melhor com Olimpíada 2012 do que com Copa 2014|publisher=Terra|language=pt|first1=Danilo|last1=Vital|first2=Flávio|last2=D'Almeida|trans-title=São Paulo would be better with 2012 Olympics rather than 2014 World Cup|date=9 March 2012|accessdate=1 May 2018}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://outracidade.uol.com.br/como-era-proposta-de-sao-paulo-para-organizar-os-jogos-olimpicos/|title=Como era a proposta de São Paulo para organizar os Jogos Olímpicos|publisher=Outra Cidade|language=pt|first=Ubiratan|last=Leal|trans-title=How was the propose of São Paulo to organize the Olympic Games|date=19 July 2016|accessdate=1 May 2018}}</ref>

In 2006, Nádia runned for Vice Governor of São Paulo along with [[Aloizio Mercadante]]. Mercadante was defeated in the first round by [[José Serra]] of the [[Brazilian Social Democracy Party]] (PSDB). In 2012, was elected Vice Mayor with [[Fernando Haddad]] of the [[Workers' Party (Brazil)|Workers' Party]] (PT).<ref>{{cite web|url=http://g1.globo.com/sao-paulo/eleicoes/2012/noticia/2012/10/fernando-haddad-do-pt-e-eleito-prefeito-de-sao-paulo.html|title=Fernando Haddad, do PT, é eleito prefeito de São Paulo|publisher=G1|language=pt|trans-title=Fernando Haddad, PT, is elect Mayor of São Paulo|date=28 October 2012|accessdate=1 May 2018}}</ref>

In the next year, Campeão assumed the presidency of the organizer committee that defended São Paulo candidacy as host of [[Expo 2020]].<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.panrotas.com.br/noticia-turismo/eventos/nadia-campeao-defende-em-paris-sp-para-expo-2020-_88276.html|title=Nádia Campeão defende, em Paris, SP para Expo 2020|publisher=Panrotas|language=pt|first=Savia|last=Reis|trans-title=Nádia Campeão defends, in Paris, São Paulo for Expo 2020|date=14 May 2013|accessdate=1 May 2018}}</ref>

==References==
{{reflist}}

==External links==
* {{Facebook|nadiacampeao}}

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{{s-ttl|title=City Secretary of Education of São Paulo|years=2016–2017}}
{{s-aft|after=Alexandre Schneider}}
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Corpuscle

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* a term used by J. J. Thomson to describe particles now known to be [[electrons]], in his [[plum pudding model]]
 
* a term used by J. J. Thomson to describe particles now known to be [[electrons]], in his [[plum pudding model]]
 
* a term used by Isaac Newton to refer to light particles, now known to be [[photon]]s, in his ''[[Opticks]]''
 
* a term used by Isaac Newton to refer to light particles, now known to be [[photon]]s, in his ''[[Opticks]]''
 
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Alex Junior Christian

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| years5 = 2015–2016 | caps5 = 19 | goals5 = 1 | clubs5 = → [[SC Vila Real|Vila Real]] (loan)
 
| years5 = 2015–2016 | caps5 = 19 | goals5 = 1 | clubs5 = → [[SC Vila Real|Vila Real]] (loan)
 
| years6 = 2016–2017 | caps6 = 25 | goals6 = 1 | clubs6 = → [[A.D. Camacha]] (loan)
 
| years6 = 2016–2017 | caps6 = 25 | goals6 = 1 | clubs6 = → [[A.D. Camacha]] (loan)
| years7 = 2017– | caps7 = 27 | goals7 = 9 | clubs7 = [[FC Gandzasar Kapan|Gandzasar Kapan]] <!--- League games only--->
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| years7 = 2017– | caps7 = 23 | goals7 = 8 | clubs7 = [[FC Gandzasar Kapan|Gandzasar Kapan]] <!--- League games only--->
 
| nationalyears1 = 2015
 
| nationalyears1 = 2015
 
| nationalteam1 = [[Haiti national football team|Haiti U23]]
 
| nationalteam1 = [[Haiti national football team|Haiti U23]]
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| nationalcaps2 = 17
 
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| nationalteam-update = 22 June 2017
 
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==Career statistics==
 
==Career statistics==
 
===Club===
 
===Club===
{{updated|match played 22 April 2018}}<ref>{{Soccerway|alex-junior--christian/400329|accessdate=7 July 2017}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title=Alex Christian|url=http://www.thefinalball.com/player.php?id=447006|website=thefinalball.com|publisher=The Final Ball|accessdate=7 July 2017}}</ref>
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{{updated|match played 28 April 2018}}<ref>{{Soccerway|alex-junior--christian/400329|accessdate=7 July 2017}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title=Alex Christian|url=http://www.thefinalball.com/player.php?id=447006|website=thefinalball.com|publisher=The Final Ball|accessdate=7 July 2017}}</ref>
 
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|[[2017–18 FC Gandzasar Kapan season|2017–18]]
 
|[[2017–18 FC Gandzasar Kapan season|2017–18]]
 
|[[Armenian Premier League]]
 
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Aaron the Tyrant

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*[[Nicolae Iorga]],
 
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**''Pretendenți domnesci in secolul al XVI-lea''. Bucharest: [[Institutul de Arte Grafice Carol Göbl]], 1898. {{OCLC|249346785}}
 
**''Pretendenți domnesci in secolul al XVI-lea''. Bucharest: [[Institutul de Arte Grafice Carol Göbl]], 1898. {{OCLC|249346785}}
**''O istorie a lui Mihai Viteazul de el insuș''. Bucharest: Cultura Națională, 1925.
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**''O istorie a lui Mihai Viteazul de el insuș {{sic}}''. Bucharest: Cultura Națională, 1925.
 
**"O nouă colecție de acte privitoare la epoca lui Mihai Viteazul", in ''Revista Istorică'', Vol. XVIII, Issues 7–9, July–September 1932, pp. 221–232.
 
**"O nouă colecție de acte privitoare la epoca lui Mihai Viteazul", in ''Revista Istorică'', Vol. XVIII, Issues 7–9, July–September 1932, pp. 221–232.
 
**''Byzance après Byzance. Continuation de l'Histoire de la vie byzantine''. Bucharest: International Association of South-East European Studies, 1971. {{OCLC|878747667}}
 
**''Byzance après Byzance. Continuation de l'Histoire de la vie byzantine''. Bucharest: International Association of South-East European Studies, 1971. {{OCLC|878747667}}

Refugee Review Tribunal

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The '''Refugee Review Tribunal''' was an [[Australian administrative law]] tribunal established in 1993.<ref name="French 2011">{{cite web|url=http://www.hcourt.gov.au/assets/publications/speeches/current-justices/frenchcj/frenchcj25mar11.pdf |title=The Role of the Courts in Migration Law |date=25 March 2011 |author=French CJ |author-link=Robert French}}</ref> Along with the [[Migration Review Tribunal]], the Refugee Review Tribunal was amalgamated to a division of the [[Administrative Appeals Tribunal]] on 1 July 2015.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.aat.gov.au/about-the-aat/what-we-do/amalgamation-of-tribunals|title=Amalgamation of tribunals|work=[[Administrative Appeals Tribunal]]|publisher=[[Government of Australia]]|accessdate=27 May 2016}}</ref>
 
The '''Refugee Review Tribunal''' was an [[Australian administrative law]] tribunal established in 1993.<ref name="French 2011">{{cite web|url=http://www.hcourt.gov.au/assets/publications/speeches/current-justices/frenchcj/frenchcj25mar11.pdf |title=The Role of the Courts in Migration Law |date=25 March 2011 |author=French CJ |author-link=Robert French}}</ref> Along with the [[Migration Review Tribunal]], the Refugee Review Tribunal was amalgamated to a division of the [[Administrative Appeals Tribunal]] on 1 July 2015.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.aat.gov.au/about-the-aat/what-we-do/amalgamation-of-tribunals|title=Amalgamation of tribunals|work=[[Administrative Appeals Tribunal]]|publisher=[[Government of Australia]]|accessdate=27 May 2016}}</ref>
   

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Wikipedia:Arbitration/Requests/Case

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{{anchor|1=Questionable BLP reverts by blocked editors: Arbitrators' opinion on hearing this matter}}<small>Vote key: (Accept/decline/recuse)</small>
 
{{anchor|1=Questionable BLP reverts by blocked editors: Arbitrators' opinion on hearing this matter}}<small>Vote key: (Accept/decline/recuse)</small>
 
*Comments only at the moment. We haven't made giving DS alerts mandatory, we have made it mandatory that sanctions cannot be imposed under DS without an alert. Even if an editor thinks that another editor may edit disruptively in an article covered by DS, they aren't mandated to give that editor a DS notice. In fact we've ruled that "Any editor who issues alerts disruptively may be sanctioned." What I don't see yet, other than the discussion about alerts, is anything we can do as the policies being discussed are community policies. It's possible some of my colleagues will differ and if so I'll be interested in hearing their arguments. [[User:Doug Weller|<span style="color:#070">Doug Weller</span>]] [[User talk:Doug Weller|talk]] 15:44, 28 April 2018 (UTC)
 
*Comments only at the moment. We haven't made giving DS alerts mandatory, we have made it mandatory that sanctions cannot be imposed under DS without an alert. Even if an editor thinks that another editor may edit disruptively in an article covered by DS, they aren't mandated to give that editor a DS notice. In fact we've ruled that "Any editor who issues alerts disruptively may be sanctioned." What I don't see yet, other than the discussion about alerts, is anything we can do as the policies being discussed are community policies. It's possible some of my colleagues will differ and if so I'll be interested in hearing their arguments. [[User:Doug Weller|<span style="color:#070">Doug Weller</span>]] [[User talk:Doug Weller|talk]] 15:44, 28 April 2018 (UTC)
 
* Likewise, commenting only. A DS alert is a prerequisite for issuing sanctions; it is not a hard and fast obligation to leave on the talk page of any editor who edits any BLP anywhere on the site. Should that change? I'm not sure that's for us to decide. {{yo|Ivanvector}} Are you taking issue with the DS alert here, or simply (ha!) the weight of EVASION vs BLP, or all of it? <span style="color: #9932CC">[[:User:KrakatoaKatie|Katie]]<sup>[[User talk:KrakatoaKatie|talk]]</sup></span> 00:41, 1 May 2018 (UTC)
 
* Likewise, commenting only. A DS alert is a prerequisite for issuing sanctions; it is not a hard and fast obligation to leave on the talk page of any editor who edits any BLP anywhere on the site. Should that change? I'm not sure that's for us to decide. {{yo|Ivanvector}} Are you taking issue with the DS alert here, or simply (ha!) the weight of EVASION vs BLP, or all of it? <span style="color: #9932CC">[[:User:KrakatoaKatie|Katie]]<sup>[[User talk:KrakatoaKatie|talk]]</sup></span> 00:41, 1 May 2018 (UTC)
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* My first instinct here is that those who've been busy with reverting (what they believe to be) Hillbillyholiday's edits need to take a step back and make the argument from the beginning, because I feel like this request sort of starts ''in medias res''. They may well be right that HH's removals reflect poor content judgment and the material removed mostly does not violate BLP. But then I'd expect to see some diffs indicating examples of this poor judgment and examples of the disruption that might be caused by removing perfectly good, well-sourced, but perhaps not flattering material. As framed, this request is mostly about back-office, inside-baseball stuff, which WP:OMGWTFBBQ trumps which, and if I accept that framing then I have to say that this seems like a loss of perspective. An understandable one, and a very common one when an editor is repeatedly engaging in the same annoying behavior, but even so - if HH is ''right'', or at least often right, and this stuff he's removing violates BLP, and people are restoring BLP violations because they think enforcing some internal rule is more important, then they're in the wrong. The encyclopedia is the important part, rules about who contributes and how and when and who should post what on which talk pages are all there to facilitate writing the articles, and if there's garbage in the articles then we certainly don't go around putting it back because of the specifics of how it got removed. In short, trout to John for the officious warning, thumbs-up to Black Kite for a better solution to the apparent problem of good reverts by socks, and otherwise '''decline''' this as a full case. [[User:Opabinia regalis|Opabinia regalis]] ([[User talk:Opabinia regalis|talk]]) 07:05, 1 May 2018 (UTC)
   
 
== I am not being allowed to contribute from genuine sources ==
 
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List of Vasas SC seasons

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[[Vasas SC|Vasas Sport Club]] is a professional [[Association football|football]] club based in [[Budapest]], Hungary.

==Seasons==
''As of 4 June 2017''<ref>https://int.soccerway.com/national/hungary/nb-i/20162017/regular-season/r35466/</ref>
{| class="wikitable" style="text-align:center"
|-
! colspan="12"|Domestic
! colspan="2" rowspan="2"|International
! rowspan="3"|Manager
|-
!colspan="11"|[[Hungarian League|League]]
! rowspan="2"|[[Hungarian Cup|Cup]]
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! Div.
! No.
! Season
! MP
! W
! D
! L
! GF–GA
! Dif.
! Pts.
! Pos.
! Competition
! Result
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||1.||[[1916–17 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1916–17]] || 22 || 6 || 9 || 7 || 29–30 || −1 || 21 || '''6th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}}
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||2.||[[1917–18 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1917–18]] || 22 || 11 || 5 || 6 || 37–26 || +11 || 27 || '''4th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}}
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||3.||[[1918–19 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1918–19]] || 21 || 9 || 6 || 6 || 20–19 || +1 || 24 || '''4th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}}
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||4.||[[1919–20 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1919–20]] || 28 || 10 || 9 || 9 || 31–26 || +5 || 29 || '''6th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}}
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||5.||[[1920–21 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1920–21]] || 24 || 5 || 8 || 11 || 20–30 || -10 || 18 || '''11th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}}
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||6.||[[1921–22 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1921–22]] || 22 || 7 || 6 || 9 || 24–33 || -9 || 20 || '''7th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}}
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||7.||[[1922–23 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1922–23]] || 22 || 10 || 8 || 4 || 37–31 || +6 || 28 || '''4th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}}
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||8.||[[1923–24 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1923–24]] || 22 || 7 || 4 || 11 || 28–36 || -8 || 18 || '''9th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}}
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||9.||[[1924–25 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1924–25]] || 22 || 10 || 7 || 5 || 38–25 || +13 || 27 || style="text-align:center;" bgcolor=bronze|'''3rd''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}}
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||10.||[[1925–26 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1925–26]] || 22 || 11 || 7 || 4 || 58–47 || +11 || 29 || style="text-align:center;" bgcolor=bronze|'''3rd''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}}
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||11.||[[1926–27 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1926–27]] || 18 || 7 || 4 || 7 || 27–32 || -5 || 18 || '''6th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}}
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||12.||[[1927–28 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1927–28]] || 22 || 6 || 2 || 14 || 37–57 || -20 || 14 || '''10th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}}
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||13.||[[1928–29 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1928–29]] || 22 || 5 || 4 || 13 || 26-68 || -42 || 14 || style="text-align:center;" bgcolor=red|'''11th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}}
|-
|colspan="15" |[[Nemzeti Bajnokság II]]
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||14.||[[1930–31 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1930–31]] || 22 || 6 || 5 || 11 || 41-52 || -11 || 17 || '''8th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}}
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||15.||[[1931–32 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1931–32]] || 22 || 5 || 3 || 14 || 41-69 || -28 || 13 || style="text-align:center;" bgcolor=red|'''11th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}}
|-
|colspan="15" |[[Nemzeti Bajnokság II]]
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||16.||[[1942–43 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1942–43]] || 30 || 14 || 5 || 11 || 64-49 || +15 || 33 || '''6th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Tibor Gallowich|Gallowich]]
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||17.||[[1943–44 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1943–44]] || 30 || 8 || 11 || 11 || 54-61 || -7 || 27 || '''13th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Tibor Gallowich|Gallowich]]
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||18.||[[1945 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1945]] || 22 || 10 || 7 || 5 || 69-38 || +31 || 27 || '''5th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Béla Guttmann|Guttmann]]
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||19.||[[1945–46 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1945–46]] || 26 || 18 || 2 || 6 || 86-49 || +37 || 38 || style="text-align:center;" bgcolor=silver|'''2nd''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}}
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||20.||[[1946–47 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1946–47]] || 30 || 16 || 7 || 7 || 77-43 || +34 || 39 || style="text-align:center;" bgcolor=bronze|'''3rd''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}}
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||21.||[[1947–48 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1947–48]] || 32 || 22 || 7 || 3 || 76-31 || +45 || 51 || style="text-align:center;" bgcolor=silver|'''2nd''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Tibor Gallowich|Gallowich]]
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||22.||[[1948–49 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1948–49]] || 30 || 15 || 2 || 13 || 68-51 || +17 || 32 || '''7th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}}
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||23.||[[1949–50 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1949–50]] || 30 || 15 || 5 || 10 || 67-44 || +23 || 35 || '''6th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}}
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||23.||[[1950 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1950]] || 15 || 8 || 1 || 6 || 30-23 || +7 || 17 || '''6th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}}
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||24.||[[1951 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1951]] || 26 || 11 || 7 || 8 || 47-33 || +14 || 29 || '''4th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Rudolf Jeny|Jeny]]
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||25.||[[1952 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1952]] || 26 || 13 || 7 || 6 || 54-40 || +14 || 33 || '''4th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Rudolf Jeny|Jeny]]
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||26.||[[1953 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1953]] || 26 || 14 || 4 || 8 || 62-37 || +35 || 32 || style="text-align:center;" bgcolor=bronze|'''3rd''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Lajos Baróti|Baróti]]
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||27.||[[1954 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1954]] || 26 || 11 || 7 || 8 || 49-51 || -2 || 29 || '''4th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Lajos Baróti|Baróti]]
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||28.||[[1955 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1955]] || 26 || 16 || 4 || 6 || 62-39 || +23 || 36 || '''4th''' || style="text-align:center;" bgcolor=gold|'''[[1954–55 Magyar Kupa|W]]''' || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Lajos Baróti|Baróti]]
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||29.||[[1956 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1956]] || 17 || 5 || 6 || 6 || 28-28 || +0 || 16 || '''8th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Lajos Baróti|Baróti]]
|-
|colspan="15" |[[1956 Hungarian uprising]]
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||30.||[[1957 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1957]] || 11 || 7 || 3 || 1 || 36-14 || +22 || 17 || style="text-align:center;" bgcolor=gold|'''1st''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Lajos Baróti|Baróti]]
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||31.||[[1957–58 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1957–58]] || 26 || 9 || 10 || 7 || 38-32 || +6 || 28 || '''5th''' || || [[1957–58 European Cup|European Cup]] || [[1957–58 European Cup#Semi-finals|SF]]|| style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Rudolf Illovszky|Illovszky]]
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||32.||[[1958–59 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1958–59]] || 26 || 12 || 9 || 5 || 30-22 || +8 || 33 || '''4th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Rudolf Illovszky|Illovszky]]
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||33.||[[1959–60 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1959–60]] || 26 || 12 || 7 || 6 || 44-29 || +15 || 32 || style="text-align:center;" bgcolor=bronze|'''3rd''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Rudolf Illovszky|Illovszky]]
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||34.||[[1960–61 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1960–61]] || 26 || 15 || 8 || 3 || 59-24 || +35 || 38 || style="text-align:center;" bgcolor=gold|'''1st''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Rudolf Illovszky|Illovszky]]
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||35.||[[1961–62 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1961–62]] || 26 || 17 || 4 || 5 || 55-27 || +28 || 38 || style="text-align:center;" bgcolor=gold|'''1st''' || || [[1961–62 European Cup|European Cup]] || [[1961–62 European Cup#Preliminary round|PR]] || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Rudolf Illovszky|Illovszky]]
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||36.||[[1962–63 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1962–63]] || 26 || 8 || 9 || 9 || 37-31 || +6 || 25 || '''9th''' || || [[1962–63 European Cup|European Cup]] || [[1962–63 European Cup#First round|1R]] || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Rudolf Illovszky|Illovszky]]
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||37.||[[1963 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1963]] || 13 || 6 || 2 || 5 || 19-16 || +3 || 14 || '''5th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Rudolf Illovszky|Illovszky]]
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||38.||[[1964 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1964]] || 26 || 12 || 7 || 7 || 44-31 || +13 || 31 || '''6th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Rudolf Illovszky|Illovszky]]
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||39.||[[1965 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1965]] || 26 || 17 || 5 || 4 || 48-19 || +29 || 39 || style="text-align:center;" bgcolor=gold|'''1st''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Rudolf Illovszky|Illovszky]]
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||40.||[[1966 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1966]] || 26 || 17 || 9 || 0 || 67-27 || +40 || 43 || style="text-align:center;" bgcolor=gold|'''1st''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Lajos Csordás|Csordás]]
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||41.||[[1967 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1967]] || 30 || 16 || 6 || 8 || 71-37 || +34 || 38 || '''4th''' || || [[1966–67 European Cup|European Cup]] || [[1966–67 European Cup#Second round|2R]] || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Lajos Csordás|Csordás]]
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||42.||[[1968 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1968]] || 30 || 18 || 6 || 6 || 66-37 || +29 || 42 || style="text-align:center;" bgcolor=bronze|'''3rd''' || || [[1967–68 European Cup|European Cup]] || [[1967–68 European Cup#Quarter-finals|QF]]|| style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Rudolf Illovszky|Illovszky]]
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||43.||[[1969 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1969]] || 30 || 18 || 3 || 9 || 72-43 || +29 || 39 || '''4th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Rudolf Illovszky|Illovszky]]
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||44.||[[1970 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1970]] || 14 || 7 || 4 || 3 || 19-13 || +6 || 18 || '''5th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Rudolf Illovszky|Illovszky]]
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||45.||[[1970–71 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1970–71]] || 30 || 19 || 3 || 8 || 61-25 || +36 || 47 || style="text-align:center;" bgcolor=bronze|'''3rd''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Ferenc Machos|Machos]]
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||46.||[[1971–72 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1971–72]] || 30 || 12 || 8 || 10 || 51-46 || +5 || 32 || '''6th''' || || [[1971–72 UEFA Cup|UEFA Cup]] || [[1971–72 UEFA Cup#Second round|2R]] || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Ferenc Machos|Machos]]
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||47.||[[1972–73 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1972–73]] || 30 || 16 || 8 || 6 || 54-33 || +21 || 40 || style="text-align:center;" bgcolor=bronze|'''3rd''' || style="text-align:center;" bgcolor=gold|'''[[1972–73 Magyar Kupa|W]]'''|| || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Lajos Baróti|Baróti]]
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||48.||[[1973–74 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1973–74]] || 30 || 9 || 14 || 7 || 35-31 || +4 || 32 || '''8th''' || || [[1973–74 European Cup Winners' Cup|Cup Winners' Cup]] || [[1973–74 European Cup Winners' Cup#First round|1R]] || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Lajos Baróti|Baróti]]
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||49.||[[1974–75 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1974–75]] || 28 || 10 || 7 || 11 || 43-46 || -3 || 27 || '''6th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Rudolf Illovszky|Illovszky]]
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||50.||[[1975–76 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1975–76]] || 30 || 15 || 4 || 11 || 65-41 || +24 || 34 || '''5th''' || || [[1975–76 UEFA Cup|UEFA Cup]] || [[1975–76 UEFA Cup#Third round|3R]] || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Rudolf Illovszky|Illovszky]]
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||51.||[[1976–77 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1976–77]] || 34 || 25 || 3 || 6 || 100-45 || +55 || 53 || style="text-align:center;" bgcolor=gold|'''1st''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Rudolf Illovszky|Illovszky]]
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||52.||[[1977–78 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1977–78]] || 34 || 15 || 12 || 7 || 58-42 || +16 || 42 || '''5th''' || || [[1977–78 European Cup|European Cup]] || [[1977–78 European Cup#First round|1R]] || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Rudolf Illovszky|Illovszky]]
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||53.||[[1978–79 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1978–79]] || 34 || 16 || 10 || 8 || 62-49 || +13 || 42 || '''4th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Kálmán Mészöly|Mészöly]]
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||54.||[[1979–80 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1979–80]] || 34 || 17 || 10 || 7 || 75-52 || +23 || 44 || style="text-align:center;" bgcolor=bronze|'''3rd''' || style="text-align:center;" bgcolor=silver|'''[[1979–80 Magyar Kupa|R]]''' || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Kálmán Mészöly|Mészöly]]
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||55.||[[1980–81 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1980–81]] || 34 || 18 || 10 || 6 || 68-38 || +30 || 46 || style="text-align:center;" bgcolor=bronze|'''3rd''' || style="text-align:center;" bgcolor=gold|'''[[1980–81 Magyar Kupa|W]]'''|| [[1980–81 UEFA Cup|UEFA Cup]] || [[1980–81 UEFA Cup#First round|1R]] || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Dezső Bundzsák|Bundzsák]]
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||56.||[[1981–82 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1981–82]] || 34 || 12 || 8 || 14 || 57-54 || +3 || 32 || '''12th''' || || [[1981–82 European Cup Winners' Cup|Cup Winners' Cup]] || [[1981–82 European Cup Winners' Cup#Second round|2R]] || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Dezső Bundzsák|Bundzsák]]
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||57.||[[1982–83 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1982–83]] || 30 || 11 || 6 || 13 || 56-52 || +4 || 28 || '''7th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Dezső Bundzsák|Bundzsák]]
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||58.||[[1983–84 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1983–84]] || 30 || 14 || 5 || 11 || 46-40 || +6 || 33 || '''6th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Kálmán Mészöly|Mészöly]]
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||59.||[[1984–85 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1984–85]] || 30 || 10 || 11 || 9 || 56-44 || +12 || 31 || '''5th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Rudolf Illovszky|Illovszky]]
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||60.||[[1985–86 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1985–86]] || 30 || 11 || 7 || 12 || 37-43 || -6 || 29 || '''9th''' || style="text-align:center;" bgcolor=gold|'''[[1985–86 Magyar Kupa|W]]'''|| || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Rudolf Illovszky|Illovszky]]
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||61.||[[1986–87 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1986–87]] || 30 || 13 || 6 || 11 || 42-40 || +2 || 32 || '''6th''' || || [[1986–87 European Cup Winners' Cup|Cup Winners' Cup]] || [[1986–87 European Cup Winners' Cup#First round|1R]] || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[István Kisteleki|Kisteleki]]
|-
|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||62.||[[1987–88 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1987–88]] || 30 || 9 || 11 || 10 || 33-37 || -4 || 29 || '''9th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[István Kisteleki|Kisteleki]]
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||63.||[[1988–89 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1988–89]] || 30 || 10 || 7 || 13 || 35-58 || -23 || 35 || '''14th'''[[#notes qr1|<sup>1</sup>]] || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Kálmán Mészöly|Mészöly]]
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||64.||[[1989–90 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1989–90]] || 30 || 10 || 9 || 11 || 35-42 || -7 || 39 || '''8th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Kálmán Mészöly|Mészöly]]
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||65.||[[1990–91 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1990–91]] || 30 || 8 || 8 || 14 || 32-43 || -11 || 24 || '''12th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Kálmán Mészöly|Mészöly]]
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||66.||[[1991–92 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1991–92]] || 30 || 10 || 13 || 7 || 40-29 || +11 || 33 || '''6th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Imre Gellei|Gellei]]
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||67.||[[1992–93 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1992–93]] || 30 || 7 || 13 || 10 || 31-33 || -2 || 27 || '''10th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Imre Gellei|Gellei]]
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||68.||[[1993–94 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1993–94]] || 30 || 8 || 8 || 14 || 36-43 || -7 || 24 || '''10th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Kálmán Mészöly|Mészöly]]
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||69.||[[1994–95 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1994–95]] || 30 || 10 || 7 || 13 || 38-45 || -7 || 37 || '''10th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Kálmán Mészöly|Mészöly]], [[Rudolf Illovszky|Illovszky]]
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||70.||[[1995–96 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1995–96]] || 30 || 12 || 10 || 8 || 44-40 || +4 || 46 || '''7th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Imre Gellei|Gellei]]
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||71.||[[1996–97 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1996–97]] || 34 || 19 || 7 || 8 || 50-33 || +17 || 64 || '''4th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Imre Gellei|Gellei]]
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||72.||[[1997–98 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1997–98]] || 34 || 19 || 7 || 8 || 66-41 || +25 || 64 || style="text-align:center;" bgcolor=bronze|'''3rd''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Imre Gellei|Gellei]]
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||73.||[[1998–99 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1998–99]] || 34 || 15 || 10 || 9 || 51-44 || +7 || 55 || '''6th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Imre Gellei|Gellei]]
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||73.||[[1999–2000 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|1999–00]] || 32 || 19 || 4 || 9 || 58-32 || +26 || 61 || style="text-align:center;" bgcolor=bronze|'''3rd''' || style="text-align:center;" bgcolor=silver|'''[[1999–2000 Magyar Kupa|R]]''' || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[András Komjáti|Komjáti]]
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||74.||[[2000–01 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|2000–01]] || 22 || 10 || 6 || 6 || 42-33 || +9 || 40 || style="text-align:center;" bgcolor=bronze|'''3rd''' || || [[2000–01 UEFA Cup|UEFA Cup]] || [[2000–01 UEFA Cup#First round|1R]] || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[András Komjáti|Komjáti]]
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||75.||[[2001–02 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|2001–02]] || 38 || 7 || 11 || 20 || 51-78 || -27 || 32 || style="text-align:center;" bgcolor=red|'''12th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[László Kiss (footballer)|Kiss]], {{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Barnabás Tornyi|Tornyi]] <ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.uefa.com/memberassociations/news/newsid=21394.html|title=Vasas appoint Tornyi|publisher=[[UEFA.com]]|date=11 April 2002|accessdate=19 May 2016}}</ref>
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|colspan="15" |[[Nemzeti Bajnokság II]]
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||76.||[[2004–05 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|2004–05]] || 30 || 10 || 3 || 17 || 34-48 || -14 || 33 || '''13th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Sándor Egervári|Egervári]]
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||77.||[[2005–06 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|2005–06]] || 30 || 5 || 10 || 15 || 32-47 || -15 || 25 || '''15th''' || style="text-align:center;" bgcolor=silver|'''[[2005–06 Magyar Kupa|R]]'''|| || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Attila Pintér (footballer, born 1966)|Pintér]]
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||78.||[[2006–07 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|2006–07]] || 30 || 13 || 6 || 11 || 43-41 || +2 || 45 || '''5th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Géza Mészöly (footballer)|Mészöly]]
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||79.||[[2007–08 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|2007–08]] || 30 || 12 || 5 || 13 || 42-45 || -3 || 41 || '''10th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Géza Mészöly (footballer)|Mészöly]]
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||80.||[[2008–09 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|2008–09]] || 30 || 11 || 5 || 14 || 42-52 || -10 || 38 || '''10th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Géza Mészöly (footballer)|Mészöly]]
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||81.||[[2009–10 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|2009–10]] || 30 || 8 || 7 || 15 || 39-61 || -22 || 31 || '''13th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Italy}} [[Giovanni Dellacasa|Dellacasa]]
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||82.||[[2010–11 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|2010–11]] || 30 || 11 || 7 || 12 || 34-46 || -12 || 40 || '''11th''' || || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Hungary}} [[András Komjáti|Komjáti]]
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||83.||[[2011–12 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|2011–12]] || 30 || 5 || 9 || 16 || 29-51 || -22 || 22 || style="text-align:center;" bgcolor=red|'''15th''' || [[2011–12 Magyar Kupa|R4]] || || || style="text-align:left"|{{flagicon|Croatia}} [[Marijan Vlak|Vlak]]
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|colspan="15" |[[Nemzeti Bajnokság II]]
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||84.||[[2015–16 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|2015–16]] || 33 || 9 || 5 || 19 || 32–54 || -22 || 32 || '''10th''' || [[2015–16 Magyar Kupa|3R]] || || || {{flagicon|Hungary}} [[Károly Szanyó|Szanyó]], {{flagicon|Germany}} [[Michael Oenning|Oenning]]
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||85.||[[2016–17 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|2016–17]] || 33 || 15 || 7 || 11 || 50–40 || +10 || 52 || style="text-align:center;" bgcolor=bronze|'''3rd''' || style="text-align:center;" bgcolor=silver|'''[[2016–17 Magyar Kupa|R]]''' || || || style="text-align:left"| {{flagicon|Germany}} [[Michael Oenning|Oenning]]<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.nemzetisport.hu/labdarugo_nb_i/vasas-meghosszabbitjak-oenning-szerzodeset-hivatalos-2500963|title=Vasas: meghosszabbítják Oenning szerződését|publisher=[[Nemzeti Sport]]|date=13 May 2016|accessdate=13 May 2016}}</ref>
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|[[Nemzeti Bajnokság I|NBI]]||86.||[[2017–18 Nemzeti Bajnokság I|2017–18]] || 0 || 0 || 0 || 0 || 0–0 || +0 || 0 ||TBD || [[2017–18 Magyar Kupa|TBD]] || [[2017–18 UEFA Europa League|Europa League]] || [[2017–18 UEFA Europa League|1QR]] || style="text-align:left"| {{flagicon|Germany}} [[Michael Oenning|Oenning]]
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| '''Σ''' || || '''60''' || '''18''' || '''12''' || '''30''' || '''71–91''' || '''–20''' || '''66'''
|}

;Notes
* <span id="notes_qr1"></span>Note 1: Relegation play-off in [[1988–89 Nemzeti Bajnokság I]]: Vasas 1-1 [[Szegedi EAC]] (Fáy utca, 18.06.1989) and [[Szegedi EAC]] 0-1 Vasas (Szeged, 25.06.1989).
W: Winners
R: Runners-up
==References==
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2018 Philippines Football League

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Writing for ''[[PC PowerPlay]]'' in Australia, reviewer March Stepnik compared ''Alexander'' favorably to [[real-time strategy]] titles such as ''[[Command & Conquer (video game)|Command & Conquer]]'' and ''[[Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness]]''.<ref name=powerplay /> Like Trotter, who considered the game to be "packed with authenticity",<ref name=pcgamerus /> Stepnik singled out ''Alexander''{{'}}s "authentic feel" and deep, realistic strategy as high points. While he found the graphics mediocre and music unsuitable, he enjoyed the game overall. "Just don't be expecting any cheap and easy thrills — this will require some major investment", Stepnik concluded.<ref name=powerplay />
 
Writing for ''[[PC PowerPlay]]'' in Australia, reviewer March Stepnik compared ''Alexander'' favorably to [[real-time strategy]] titles such as ''[[Command & Conquer (video game)|Command & Conquer]]'' and ''[[Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness]]''.<ref name=powerplay /> Like Trotter, who considered the game to be "packed with authenticity",<ref name=pcgamerus /> Stepnik singled out ''Alexander''{{'}}s "authentic feel" and deep, realistic strategy as high points. While he found the graphics mediocre and music unsuitable, he enjoyed the game overall. "Just don't be expecting any cheap and easy thrills — this will require some major investment", Stepnik concluded.<ref name=powerplay />
   
After the release of ''Alexander'', Erudite Software and Interactive Magic launched the sequel, ''[[The Great Battles of Hannibal]]'', in November 1997.<ref name=hannibalrelease>{{cite web | archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/19980218070422/http://www.pcgamer.com:80/news/news-1997-11-03.html | url=http://www.pcgamer.com:80/news/news-1997-11-03.html | title=Now Shipping | date=November 7, 1997 | archivedate=February 18, 1998 | author=Staff | work=[[PC Gamer US]] | deadurl=yes }}</ref> The two games were followed by ''[[The Great Battles of Caesar]]'' early the next year.<ref name=caesarrelease>{{cite web| author=Mayer, Robert |title=Interactive Magic's ''Great Battles of Caesar'' in Stores |url=http://www.cdmag.com:80/articles/011/008/caesar.html |work=[[Computer Games Magazine|Computer Games Strategy Plus]] |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20050206165704/http://www.cdmag.com:80/articles/011/008/caesar.html |archivedate=February 6, 2005 |date=March 26, 1998 |deadurl=yes |df= }}</ref> ''The Great Battles: Collector's Edition'', which joined ''Alexander'' with its sequels, was released in December 1998.<ref name=gdrev-ce>{{cite web | archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20010119133000/http://gamesdomain.com:80/gdreview/zones/reviews/pc/dec98/gbce.html | url=http://gamesdomain.com:80/gdreview/zones/reviews/pc/dec98/gbce.html | title=''The Great Battles Collector's Edition'' - Main Review | author=Johnson | date=December 1998 | work=[[Games Domain]] | archivedate=January 19, 2001 | deadurl=yes }}</ref>
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After the release of ''Alexander'', Erudite Software and Interactive Magic launched the sequel, ''[[The Great Battles of Hannibal]]'', in November 1997.<ref name=hannibalrelease>{{cite web | archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/19980218070422/http://www.pcgamer.com:80/news/news-1997-11-03.html | url=http://www.pcgamer.com:80/news/news-1997-11-03.html | title=Now Shipping | date=November 7, 1997 | archivedate=February 18, 1998 | author=Staff | work=[[PC Gamer US]] | deadurl=yes }}</ref> The two games were followed by ''[[The Great Battles of Caesar]]'' early the next year.<ref name=caesarrelease>{{cite web| author=Mayer, Robert |title=Interactive Magic's ''Great Battles of Caesar'' in Stores |url=http://www.cdmag.com:80/articles/011/008/caesar.html |work=[[Computer Games Magazine|Computer Games Strategy Plus]] |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20050206165704/http://www.cdmag.com:80/articles/011/008/caesar.html |archivedate=February 6, 2005 |date=March 26, 1998 |deadurl=yes |df= }}</ref> ''The Great Battles: Collector's Edition'', which joined ''Alexander'' with its sequels, was released in December 1998.<ref name=gdrev-ce>{{cite web | archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20010119133000/http://gamesdomain.com:80/gdreview/zones/reviews/pc/dec98/gbce.html | url=http://gamesdomain.com:80/gdreview/zones/reviews/pc/dec98/gbce.html | title=''The Great Battles Collector's Edition'' - Main Review | author=Johnson | date=December 1998 | work=[[Games Domain]] | archivedate=January 19, 2001 | deadurl=yes }}</ref> The series' [[game engine]] was later reused in ''[[North vs. South: The Great American Civil War]]'', developed by Erudite and published by Interactive Magic.<ref name=marching>{{cite journal | author=Dultz, Marc | title=''North vs. South''; When I-Magic Comes Marching Home Again | date=November 1998 | issue=172 | journal=[[Computer Gaming World]] | pages=106, 108 }}</ref><ref name=gamespotint>{{cite web | archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20010211125822/http://www.gamespot.com:80/misc/columns/alan_980914.html | url=http://www.gamespot.com:80/misc/columns/alan_980914.html | title=StrategyNet; I-Magic Returns to the Civil War | date=September 14, 1998 | author=Dunkin, Alan | archivedate=February 11, 2001 | work=[[GameSpot]] | deadurl=yes }}</ref>
   
 
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Darko Russo

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[[Category:BC Vienna coaches]]
 
[[Category:BC Vienna coaches]]
 
[[Category:Iraklis Thessaloniki B.C. coaches]]
 
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[[Category:KK Beobanka coaches]]
 
[[Category:KK Budućnost coaches]]
 
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[[Category:KK Hemofarm coaches]]
 
[[Category:KK Hemofarm coaches]]

Wikipedia:Wikidata/2018 Infobox RfC

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* I can confirm Fram's observations on the "jajaxedlol" issue, which I saw yesterday while working through some [[Template talk:Infobox World Heritage Site#Step by step]]s. I couldn't find out what had caused it (as Fram apparently eventually did), so after thinking some time about how to report it here I eventually didn't while not knowing how to present it in a way that illustrated what exactly was going wrong. --[[User:Francis Schonken|Francis Schonken]] ([[User talk:Francis Schonken|talk]]) 10:47, 26 April 2018 (UTC)
 
* I can confirm Fram's observations on the "jajaxedlol" issue, which I saw yesterday while working through some [[Template talk:Infobox World Heritage Site#Step by step]]s. I couldn't find out what had caused it (as Fram apparently eventually did), so after thinking some time about how to report it here I eventually didn't while not knowing how to present it in a way that illustrated what exactly was going wrong. --[[User:Francis Schonken|Francis Schonken]] ([[User talk:Francis Schonken|talk]]) 10:47, 26 April 2018 (UTC)
 
:Ah, every time I see I only see more problems with wikidata.. [[User:Galobtter|Galobtter]] ([[User talk:Galobtter|pingó mió]]) 15:15, 27 April 2018 (UTC)
 
:Ah, every time I see I only see more problems with wikidata.. [[User:Galobtter|Galobtter]] ([[User talk:Galobtter|pingó mió]]) 15:15, 27 April 2018 (UTC)
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We are now full week after [https://www.wikidata.org/w/index.php?title=Q145&diff=668841704&oldid=668841550 this] vandalism edit, but an en.wikipedia search results in hundreds of results for [https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Special:Search&limit=500&offset=0&ns0=1&ns4=1&ns8=1&ns14=1&search=jajaxedlol&searchToken=9j6e8tw6hqi69t3p6wu46xefm jajaxedlol]. For the same reason, the catalan Wikipedia has [https://ca.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Especial:Cerca&search=gilipollas&fulltext=1&searchToken=2na1rb2qm9jdzwmarxolqyeq hundreds of pages] for gilipollas.
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Although the same thing would be happening, likely, if [[Heart of Neolithic Orkney]] was changed to have those parameters, it would still only be one page that would be affected. That would indeed be worse if the template was changed (but the template in this case is protected ..).
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The possibilities of this are infinite. --[[User:Beetstra|Dirk Beetstra]] <sup>[[User_Talk:Beetstra|<span style="color:#0000FF;">T</span>]] [[Special:Contributions/Beetstra|<span style="color:#0000FF;">C</span>]]</sup> 07:05, 1 May 2018 (UTC)
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====A third way?====
 
====A third way?====
   

List of 2018–19 Pro14 transfers

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*{{flagicon|RSA}} [[Clayton Blommetjies]] from {{flagicon|RSA}} [[Cheetahs (rugby union)|Cheetahs]]<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.sarugbymag.co.za/blog/details/scarlets-to-sign-blommetjies|work=SA Rugby Mag|title=Scarlets to sign Blommetjies|date=31 March 2018}}</ref>
 
*{{flagicon|RSA}} [[Clayton Blommetjies]] from {{flagicon|RSA}} [[Cheetahs (rugby union)|Cheetahs]]<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.sarugbymag.co.za/blog/details/scarlets-to-sign-blommetjies|work=SA Rugby Mag|title=Scarlets to sign Blommetjies|date=31 March 2018}}</ref>
 
*{{flagicon|WAL}} [[Phil Price (rugby player)|Phil Price]] from {{flagicon|WAL}} [[Dragons (rugby union)|Dragons]]<ref>{{cite news|url=https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/rugby-union/43630958|work=BBC Sport|title=Phil Price: Prop to join Scarlets from Dragons permanently|date=4 April 2018}}</ref>
 
*{{flagicon|WAL}} [[Phil Price (rugby player)|Phil Price]] from {{flagicon|WAL}} [[Dragons (rugby union)|Dragons]]<ref>{{cite news|url=https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/rugby-union/43630958|work=BBC Sport|title=Phil Price: Prop to join Scarlets from Dragons permanently|date=4 April 2018}}</ref>
 
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*{{flagicon|SCO}} [[Sam Hidalgo-Clyne]] from {{flagicon|SCO}} [[Edinburgh Rugby|Edinburgh]]<ref>{{cite news|url=https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/rugby-union/43951712|work=BBC Sport|title=Sam Hidalgo-Clyne: Edinburgh scrum-half to join Scarlets|date=1 May 2018}}</ref>
 
{{Col-2}}
 
{{Col-2}}
   

Doppelganger (TV series)

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Li (Jianting) Family

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* Chen Shuntian's illegitimate Mother
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| [[Fann Wong]] <br> 范文芳 || Wang Siting <br> 王思婷 ||'''Teenage Version portayed by Elizabeth Lee'''
 
| [[Fann Wong]] <br> 范文芳 || Wang Siting <br> 王思婷 ||'''Teenage Version portayed by Elizabeth Lee'''
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* Original Name '''Li Shuntian''' '''(李顺天)'''
 
* Fortune Teller
 
* Fortune Teller
 
* Li Ruiming's half Brother
 
* Li Ruiming's half Brother

Little Britches on the Road

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[[Category:Rural society in the United States]]
 
[[Category:Rural society in the United States]]
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[[Category:Television shows set Colorado]]
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[[Category:Television shows set in Oklahoma]]
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[[Category:Television shows set in Arkansas]]
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[[Category:Television shows set in Louisiana]]
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[[Category:Television shows set in Wyoming]]
 
[[Category:English-language television programs]]
 
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2017–18 British Basketball League season

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|result1=C |result2=PO |result3=PO |result4=PO |result5=PO |result6=PO |result7=PO |result8=PO
   
|team1 =LEI|win_LEI=28|loss_LEI=5 |gf_LEI=2933|ga_LEI=2479|name_LEI = [[Leicester Riders]] |status_LEI=CQ
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|team1 =LEI|win_LEI=28|loss_LEI=5 |gf_LEI=2933|ga_LEI=2479|name_LEI = [[Leicester Riders]] |status_LEI=C
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|team2 =LON|win_LON=23|loss_LON=10|gf_LON=2854|ga_LON=2480|name_LON = [[London Lions (basketball)|London Lions]]
|team3 =NEW|win_NEW=22|loss_NEW=11|gf_NEW=3023|ga_NEW=2624|name_NEW = [[Newcastle Eagles|Esh Group Eagles Newcastle]] |status_NEW=Q
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|team3 =NEW|win_NEW=22|loss_NEW=11|gf_NEW=3023|ga_NEW=2624|name_NEW = [[Newcastle Eagles|Esh Group Eagles Newcastle]]
|team4 =GLA|win_GLA=21|loss_GLA=12|gf_GLA=2894|ga_GLA=2693|name_GLA = [[Glasgow Rocks]] |status_GLA=Q
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|team4 =GLA|win_GLA=21|loss_GLA=12|gf_GLA=2894|ga_GLA=2693|name_GLA = [[Glasgow Rocks]]
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|team5 =SUR|win_SUR=20|loss_SUR=13|gf_SUR=2876|ga_SUR=2807|name_SUR = [[Surrey Scorchers]]
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|team6 =BRI|win_BRI=19|loss_BRI=14|gf_BRI=2673|ga_BRI=2680|name_BRI = [[Bristol Flyers]]
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|team7 =WOR|win_WOR=19|loss_WOR=14|gf_WOR=2933|ga_WOR=2690|name_WOR = [[Worcester Wolves]]
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|team8 =SHE|win_SHE=18|loss_SHE=15|gf_SHE=2783|ga_SHE=2648|name_SHE = [[Sheffield Sharks|DBL Sharks Sheffield]]
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|team9 =CHE|win_CHE=15|loss_CHE=18|gf_CHE=2863|ga_CHE=2861|name_CHE = [[Cheshire Phoenix]]
|team10=PLY|win_PLY=8 |loss_PLY=25|gf_PLY=2723|ga_PLY=2952|name_PLY = [[Plymouth Raiders]] |status_PLY=E
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|team10=PLY|win_PLY=8 |loss_PLY=25|gf_PLY=2723|ga_PLY=2952|name_PLY = [[Plymouth Raiders]]
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|team11=MAN|win_MAN=4 |loss_MAN=29|gf_MAN=2584|ga_MAN=3134|name_MAN = [[Manchester Giants]]
|team12=LEE|win_LEE=1 |loss_LEE=32|gf_LEE=2322|ga_LEE=3413|name_LEE = [[Leeds Force]] |status_LEE=E
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|team12=LEE|win_LEE=1 |loss_LEE=32|gf_LEE=2322|ga_LEE=3413|name_LEE = [[Leeds Force]]
   
 
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Mark Thompson (footballer)

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*'''[[Essendon Football Club#Team of the Century|Essendon F.C. Team of the Century - Back Pocket]]'''
 
*'''[[Essendon Football Club#Team of the Century|Essendon F.C. Team of the Century - Back Pocket]]'''
 
*'''[[Essendon Football Club#Champions of Essendon|Champions of Essendon - 20th]]'''
 
*'''[[Essendon Football Club#Champions of Essendon|Champions of Essendon - 20th]]'''
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Drug dealer
   
 
===Coaching honours===
 
===Coaching honours===

Draft:Eyu Kassa

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Will Acton

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Josef Fares

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== Biography ==
 
== Biography ==
Josef Fares moved to [[Sweden]] when he was 10 years old, fleeing the [[Lebanese Civil War]] with his family.<ref name=":0" /> ''[[Variety (magazine)|Variety]]'' declared him one of ten upcoming directors to watch in 2006.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.swedenabroad.com/Page____45018.aspx |title=Archived copy |accessdate=2010-01-28 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20090808191635/http://www.swedenabroad.com/Page____45018.aspx |archivedate=2009-08-08 |df= }}</ref> The same year he won [[the Nordic Council Film Prize]] for his film ''Zozo''.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://cineuropa.org/nw.aspx?t=newsdetail&l=en&did=68342|title=Zozo wins Nordic Council Film prize|website=Cineuropa - the best of european cinema|access-date=2017-10-27}}</ref> In 2013, he directed his first video game, ''[[Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons]]''. The game was well received by critics. Its focus is on the interaction between two brothers and on their journey to save their father. His next video game was released in 2018, ''[[A Way Out (video game)|A Way Out]]''.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.metacritic.com/game/playstation-4/a-way-out|title=A Way Out {{!}} Metacritic|website=metacritic.com|language=en-US|access-date=2018-03-06}}</ref>
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Josef Fares moved to [[Sweden]] when he was 10 years old, fleeing the [[Lebanese Civil War]] with his family.<ref name=":0" /> ''[[Variety (magazine)|Variety]]'' declared him one of ten upcoming directors to watch in 2006.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.swedenabroad.com/Page____45018.aspx |title=Archived copy |accessdate=2010-01-28 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20090808191635/http://www.swedenabroad.com/Page____45018.aspx |archivedate=2009-08-08 |df= }}</ref> The same year he won [[the Nordic Council Film Prize]] for his film ''Zozo''.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://cineuropa.org/nw.aspx?t=newsdetail&l=en&did=68342|title=Zozo wins Nordic Council Film prize|website=Cineuropa - the best of european cinema|access-date=2017-10-27}}</ref> In 2013, he directed his first video game, ''[[Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons]]''. The game was well received by critics. Its focus is on the interaction between two brothers and on their journey to save their father. His next video game was released 23 March 2018, ''[[A Way Out (video game)|A Way Out]]''.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.metacritic.com/game/playstation-4/a-way-out|title=A Way Out {{!}} Metacritic|website=metacritic.com|language=en-US|access-date=2018-03-06}}</ref>
   
 
On December 7, 2017, Josef appeared on [[The Game Awards 2017]] and gave a "passionate" speech while on stage with host [[Geoff Keighley]], where he covered many topics like the Oscars, EA's [[Star Wars Battlefront II (2017 video game)#Monetization controversy|microtransaction controversy]] with ''[[Star Wars Battlefront II (2017 video game)|Star Wars Battlefront II]]'', and his game ''[[A Way Out (video game)|A Way Out]]''. Because of his speech, he has received international praise among fans and his speech has created a new [[Internet meme]] involving mass vandalism of relevant [[Wikipedia]] pages, usually to reference the 2003 movie ''[[The Room (film)|The Room]]'', as many people compared him to the movie's director, [[Tommy Wiseau]].<ref>{{Citation|last=GameSpot|title=A Way Out: Josef Fares says "F**k the Oscars" and Reveals Gameplay {{!}} The Game Awards 2017|date=2017-12-07|url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XS-ojEEKrBA|accessdate=2017-12-08}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|url=https://twitter.com/josef_fares/status/938985790423437312|title=So exited for A way out! Boom and have a great day!|last=Fares|first=Josef|date=<!--8:17 PM - -->7 December 2017|website=@josef_fares|language=en|access-date=2017-12-08}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.usgamer.net/articles/josef-fares-a-way-out-game-awards-rant-ea-oscars|title="F*** the Oscars" - Fans React to A Way Out Director's Wild Game Awards Rant|last=Kim|first=Matt|date=2017-12-08|website=USgamer|language=en-US|access-date=2017-12-08}}</ref>
 
On December 7, 2017, Josef appeared on [[The Game Awards 2017]] and gave a "passionate" speech while on stage with host [[Geoff Keighley]], where he covered many topics like the Oscars, EA's [[Star Wars Battlefront II (2017 video game)#Monetization controversy|microtransaction controversy]] with ''[[Star Wars Battlefront II (2017 video game)|Star Wars Battlefront II]]'', and his game ''[[A Way Out (video game)|A Way Out]]''. Because of his speech, he has received international praise among fans and his speech has created a new [[Internet meme]] involving mass vandalism of relevant [[Wikipedia]] pages, usually to reference the 2003 movie ''[[The Room (film)|The Room]]'', as many people compared him to the movie's director, [[Tommy Wiseau]].<ref>{{Citation|last=GameSpot|title=A Way Out: Josef Fares says "F**k the Oscars" and Reveals Gameplay {{!}} The Game Awards 2017|date=2017-12-07|url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XS-ojEEKrBA|accessdate=2017-12-08}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|url=https://twitter.com/josef_fares/status/938985790423437312|title=So exited for A way out! Boom and have a great day!|last=Fares|first=Josef|date=<!--8:17 PM - -->7 December 2017|website=@josef_fares|language=en|access-date=2017-12-08}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.usgamer.net/articles/josef-fares-a-way-out-game-awards-rant-ea-oscars|title="F*** the Oscars" - Fans React to A Way Out Director's Wild Game Awards Rant|last=Kim|first=Matt|date=2017-12-08|website=USgamer|language=en-US|access-date=2017-12-08}}</ref>

2017–18 EFL Trophy

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The Superficial

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In January 2018, The Superficial became inactive during a short run by writer "Randy Cappuccino" who was not received well by the site's audience.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.thesuperficial.com/author/randy-cappuccino|title=Randy Cappuccino {{!}} The Superficial|website=www.thesuperficial.com|access-date=2018-02-07}}</ref> The most recent update was posted on January 3, 2018.<ref>{{cite web|url = http://www.thesuperficial.com/kim-kardashian-makes-up-no-jewelry-policy-for-new-house-01-2018|title=Kim Kardashian Makes Up 'No Jewelry Policy' For New House| work = The Superficial| date=January 3, 2018|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20180203042733/http://www.thesuperficial.com/kim-kardashian-makes-up-no-jewelry-policy-for-new-house-01-2018|archivedate=February 2, 2018}}</ref> No statement regarding the site's status has been issued by The Superficial or its parent company Digital Remedy. On February 2, 2018, The Superficial homepage became a redirect to the entertainment website [[Celebuzz]].<ref>[http://www.thesuperficial.com.webstatsdomain.org/ "Thesuperficial.com"]. WebStatsDomain. Retrieved February 2, 2019.</ref>
 
In January 2018, The Superficial became inactive during a short run by writer "Randy Cappuccino" who was not received well by the site's audience.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.thesuperficial.com/author/randy-cappuccino|title=Randy Cappuccino {{!}} The Superficial|website=www.thesuperficial.com|access-date=2018-02-07}}</ref> The most recent update was posted on January 3, 2018.<ref>{{cite web|url = http://www.thesuperficial.com/kim-kardashian-makes-up-no-jewelry-policy-for-new-house-01-2018|title=Kim Kardashian Makes Up 'No Jewelry Policy' For New House| work = The Superficial| date=January 3, 2018|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20180203042733/http://www.thesuperficial.com/kim-kardashian-makes-up-no-jewelry-policy-for-new-house-01-2018|archivedate=February 2, 2018}}</ref> No statement regarding the site's status has been issued by The Superficial or its parent company Digital Remedy. On February 2, 2018, The Superficial homepage became a redirect to the entertainment website [[Celebuzz]].<ref>[http://www.thesuperficial.com.webstatsdomain.org/ "Thesuperficial.com"]. WebStatsDomain. Retrieved February 2, 2019.</ref>
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==References==

Joe Wildsmith

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Wikipedia:WikiProject Women in Red/Meetup/75

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Participants: count me in

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'''Gary the Goat''' and Jimbo Bazoobi were an Australian comedy duo who performed in Australian towns, becoming very popular. They began their comedy career in 2011, mostly through [[Facebook]] and [[YouTube]], with their Facebook page having 1.7 million "likes".<ref>{{Cite web|title = Gary The Goat|url = https://www.facebook.com/jimboandgary/info?tab=page_info|website = Facebook|access-date = 25 May 2015}}</ref>
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'''Gary the Goat''' and Jimbo Bazoobi were an Australian comedy duo who performed in Australian towns, becoming very popular. They began their comedy career in 2011, mostly through [[Facebook]] and [[YouTube]], with their Facebook page having over 1.7 million "likes".<ref>{{Cite web|title = Gary The Goat|url = https://www.facebook.com/jimboandgary/info?tab=page_info|website = Facebook|access-date = 25 May 2015}}</ref>
   
 
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Travel agency

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[[File:Thomas Cook in West Street Precinct - geograph.org.uk - 789707.jpg|thumb|Thomas Cook travel agents in the UK]]
 
[[File:Thomas Cook in West Street Precinct - geograph.org.uk - 789707.jpg|thumb|Thomas Cook travel agents in the UK]]
The modern travel agency first appeared in the second half of the 19th century with its root in 1758 as establishment of Cox & Kings Ltd.<ref>{{cite web|title=Establishment of Cox & Kings|url=http://www.coxandkings.co.uk/about-us/history}}</ref> In the year 1970, [[Cox & Kings]] the longest established travel company<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.travelweekly.com/Richard-Turen/The-world-s-oldest-travel-company|title=The world's oldest travel company}}</ref> centered its focus on its business of travel and tourism. Lately [[Thomas Cook]] also established a chain of agencies in the last quarter of the 19th century, in association with the [[Midland Railway]]. They not only sold their own tours to the public, but in addition, represented other tour companies. Other British pioneer travel agencies were Dean & Dawson,<ref>{{cite web|title=Great Central Railway hand bill advertising excursions to Hull|url=http://www.transportarchive.org.uk/getobject.php?rnum=L2698&searchitem=N&mtv=L4&pnum=8|work=The Transport Archive|publisher=Record Office for Leicestershire, Leicester & Rutland|accessdate=16 March 2011|year=1900}}</ref> the [[Lunn Poly|Polytechnic Touring Association]], and the [[Co-operative wholesale society|Co-operative Wholesale Society]]. The oldest travel agency in the United States is [http://www.brownelltravel.com/ Brownell Travel]; on 4 July 1887, [http://www.brownelltravel.com/about-brownell/brownell-history/ Walter T. Brownell led ten travelers on a European tour], setting sail from New York on the SS ''Devonia''.<ref>{{cite web|title=About Us|url=http://www.brownelltravel.com/about/|publisher=Brownell Travel|accessdate=16 March 2011|year=2011}}</ref>
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The modern travel agency<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.yourluxurytravelagent.com/|title=Luxury Travel Agency That Redefine Travel Experience|website=Your Luxury Travel Agent|language=en-US|access-date=2018-05-01}}</ref> first appeared in the second half of the 19th century with its root in 1758 as establishment of Cox & Kings Ltd.<ref>{{cite web|title=Establishment of Cox & Kings|url=http://www.coxandkings.co.uk/about-us/history}}</ref> In the year 1970, [[Cox & Kings]] the longest established travel company<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.travelweekly.com/Richard-Turen/The-world-s-oldest-travel-company|title=The world's oldest travel company}}</ref> centered its focus on its business of travel and tourism. Lately [[Thomas Cook]] also established a chain of agencies in the last quarter of the 19th century, in association with the [[Midland Railway]]. They not only sold their own tours to the public, but in addition, represented other tour companies. Other British pioneer travel agencies were Dean & Dawson,<ref>{{cite web|title=Great Central Railway hand bill advertising excursions to Hull|url=http://www.transportarchive.org.uk/getobject.php?rnum=L2698&searchitem=N&mtv=L4&pnum=8|work=The Transport Archive|publisher=Record Office for Leicestershire, Leicester & Rutland|accessdate=16 March 2011|year=1900}}</ref> the [[Lunn Poly|Polytechnic Touring Association]], and the [[Co-operative wholesale society|Co-operative Wholesale Society]]. The oldest travel agency in the United States is [http://www.brownelltravel.com/ Brownell Travel]; on 4 July 1887, [http://www.brownelltravel.com/about-brownell/brownell-history/ Walter T. Brownell led ten travelers on a European tour], setting sail from New York on the SS ''Devonia''.<ref>{{cite web|title=About Us|url=http://www.brownelltravel.com/about/|publisher=Brownell Travel|accessdate=16 March 2011|year=2011}}</ref>
   
 
Travel agencies became more commonplace with the development of commercial aviation, starting in the 1920s. Originally, travel agencies largely catered to middle and upper class customers, but the [[post-war boom]] in mass-market [[package holiday]]s resulted in the proliferation of travel agencies on the main streets of most British towns, catering to a [[working class]] clientele looking for a convenient way to book overseas beach holidays.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.outstandingcolleges.com/history-of-the-travel-agent-industry/|title=History of the Travel Agent Industry|date=25 February 2015|language=en-US|access-date=29 August 2016}}</ref>
 
Travel agencies became more commonplace with the development of commercial aviation, starting in the 1920s. Originally, travel agencies largely catered to middle and upper class customers, but the [[post-war boom]] in mass-market [[package holiday]]s resulted in the proliferation of travel agencies on the main streets of most British towns, catering to a [[working class]] clientele looking for a convenient way to book overseas beach holidays.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.outstandingcolleges.com/history-of-the-travel-agent-industry/|title=History of the Travel Agent Industry|date=25 February 2015|language=en-US|access-date=29 August 2016}}</ref>

Template:Bates Motel ratings

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Wikipedia talk:Articles for deletion

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Give WP:BEFORE some teeth

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*'''Oppose'''- I'm not against retaining [[WP:BEFORE]] as advice describing good practice, and I don't really mind modifying that advice. But I am against making any part of [[WP:BEFORE]] mandatory. Experience has shown that it's very often used just to heap contempt and abuse on AfD nominators, and to derail quite adequate nominations on a technicality. BEFORE-thumping does more to poison AfD than a few sloppy nominations, and leaves the encyclopedia full of uneverifiable trivia. As for this specific amendment, I cannot support it for the reasons outlined by [[User:Cryptic]] just above. Especially the point about people with high sourcing standards getting lambasted for allegedly not searching at all- that describes the majority of "did you even BEFORE?!?!?" complaints in my experience. [[User:Reyk|<b style="color: Maroon;">Reyk</b>]] <sub>[[User talk:Reyk|<b style="color: Blue;">YO!</b>]]</sub> 06:36, 1 May 2018 (UTC)
 
*'''Oppose'''- I'm not against retaining [[WP:BEFORE]] as advice describing good practice, and I don't really mind modifying that advice. But I am against making any part of [[WP:BEFORE]] mandatory. Experience has shown that it's very often used just to heap contempt and abuse on AfD nominators, and to derail quite adequate nominations on a technicality. BEFORE-thumping does more to poison AfD than a few sloppy nominations, and leaves the encyclopedia full of uneverifiable trivia. As for this specific amendment, I cannot support it for the reasons outlined by [[User:Cryptic]] just above. Especially the point about people with high sourcing standards getting lambasted for allegedly not searching at all- that describes the majority of "did you even BEFORE?!?!?" complaints in my experience. [[User:Reyk|<b style="color: Maroon;">Reyk</b>]] <sub>[[User talk:Reyk|<b style="color: Blue;">YO!</b>]]</sub> 06:36, 1 May 2018 (UTC)
 
*'''Oppose''' as I said in my RfA, I consider BEFORE to be the most important part of the AfD process, but this is ridiculous and would be subject to gaming to the point that virtually every AfD nomination would be speedy kept based on the ambigious wording suggested ("describe their search", what the heck does that even mean? I'm one of the more thorough AfD nominators who goes into detail about the sourcing in the article, and I don't know if I've ever "described my search" beyond saying something like 'Google News and Google Books don't appear to return anything much else.'"){{pb}}On top of that, this promotes the non-policy based idea that notability is the most important thing in the AfD process. That's simply false: it is one of 14 reasons for deletion, and too often notability is simply distilled to the GNG, which is not supported in the slightest by [[WP:N]], which makes it clear [[WP:NOT]] must be passed in addition to the GNG ''or'' an SNG. I don't care if it is worded as when notability is the primary reason, it will only serve to bolster the idea that the GNG is some super-policy above all other policies: an idea that has no consensus, and has been rejected every time [[WP:N]] is attempted to be brought from guideline status to policy status.{{pb}}BEFORE is very important, but there are plenty of cases that come to AfD where notability is only one of many reasons to consider deleting it. Making it harder to use the rest of the deletion policy serves the interest of no one except those who want to keep Wikipedia's culture in 2003 and forget that we are now the world's default reference work. [[User:TonyBallioni|TonyBallioni]] ([[User talk:TonyBallioni|talk]]) 06:47, 1 May 2018 (UTC)
 
*'''Oppose''' as I said in my RfA, I consider BEFORE to be the most important part of the AfD process, but this is ridiculous and would be subject to gaming to the point that virtually every AfD nomination would be speedy kept based on the ambigious wording suggested ("describe their search", what the heck does that even mean? I'm one of the more thorough AfD nominators who goes into detail about the sourcing in the article, and I don't know if I've ever "described my search" beyond saying something like 'Google News and Google Books don't appear to return anything much else.'"){{pb}}On top of that, this promotes the non-policy based idea that notability is the most important thing in the AfD process. That's simply false: it is one of 14 reasons for deletion, and too often notability is simply distilled to the GNG, which is not supported in the slightest by [[WP:N]], which makes it clear [[WP:NOT]] must be passed in addition to the GNG ''or'' an SNG. I don't care if it is worded as when notability is the primary reason, it will only serve to bolster the idea that the GNG is some super-policy above all other policies: an idea that has no consensus, and has been rejected every time [[WP:N]] is attempted to be brought from guideline status to policy status.{{pb}}BEFORE is very important, but there are plenty of cases that come to AfD where notability is only one of many reasons to consider deleting it. Making it harder to use the rest of the deletion policy serves the interest of no one except those who want to keep Wikipedia's culture in 2003 and forget that we are now the world's default reference work. [[User:TonyBallioni|TonyBallioni]] ([[User talk:TonyBallioni|talk]]) 06:47, 1 May 2018 (UTC)
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Norfolk Island Act 1979

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Razik Fareed

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Mills Oakley

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The Bat (novel)

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Azam Khan (politician)

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Controversies

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*On 28 August 2012, he lost his temper and verbally abused an [[Indian Administrative Service]] officer during a meeting, shouting at the officer: "Bakwas karte ho...chup baithiye...badtameez kaheen ke" (Stop talking non-sense...sit quietly...you ill-mannered).<ref>{{Cite news|url = http://www.ndtv.com/india-news/up-minister-azam-khan-loses-his-cool-at-meeting-abuses-ias-officer-497948|title = UP minister Azam Khan loses his cool at meeting, abuses IAS officer|last = Zanane|first = Anant|date = 28 August 2012|work = [[NDTV]]|access-date = |via = |editor-last = Malik|editor-first = Surabhi}}</ref>
 
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*During the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, Azam Khan caused several controversies which sparked attention from the media.
 
*During the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, Azam Khan caused several controversies which sparked attention from the media.
 
**He said, referring to the [[Kargil War]]: "The perks of Kargil were conquered not by Hindu, but Muslim soldiers."<ref name="toi">{{cite web|title = FIR filed against UP cabinet minister Azam Khan|url = http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/home/lok-sabha-elections-2014/news/FIR-lodged-against-UP-cabinet-minister-Azam-Khan-for-his-Kargil-hate-speech-in-Ghaziabad/articleshow/33659416.cms |accessdate = 12 April 2014|date = 12 April 2014|website = [[The Times of India]]}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|title = Azam Khan's foot-in-mouth statements about the Election Commission|url = http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report-azam-khan-s-foot-in-mouth-statements-about-the-election-commission-1979747|accessdate = 31 May 2015|date = 18 April 2014}}</ref> This was criticized by the Indian media and an [[First Information Report|FIR]] was lodged against him. He refused to apologize for this and later accused the [[Election Commission of India|Indian Election Commission]] of bias against him because of his religion.<ref>{{Cite news|url = http://www.ndtv.com/elections-news/election-commission-cannot-behave-like-god-says-azam-khan-559714|title = Election Commission Cannot Behave Like God, Says Azam Khan|last = |first = |date = 1 May 2014|work = [[NDTV]]|access-date = |via = }}</ref>
 
**He said, referring to the [[Kargil War]]: "The perks of Kargil were conquered not by Hindu, but Muslim soldiers."<ref name="toi">{{cite web|title = FIR filed against UP cabinet minister Azam Khan|url = http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/home/lok-sabha-elections-2014/news/FIR-lodged-against-UP-cabinet-minister-Azam-Khan-for-his-Kargil-hate-speech-in-Ghaziabad/articleshow/33659416.cms |accessdate = 12 April 2014|date = 12 April 2014|website = [[The Times of India]]}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|title = Azam Khan's foot-in-mouth statements about the Election Commission|url = http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report-azam-khan-s-foot-in-mouth-statements-about-the-election-commission-1979747|accessdate = 31 May 2015|date = 18 April 2014}}</ref> This was criticized by the Indian media and an [[First Information Report|FIR]] was lodged against him. He refused to apologize for this and later accused the [[Election Commission of India|Indian Election Commission]] of bias against him because of his religion.<ref>{{Cite news|url = http://www.ndtv.com/elections-news/election-commission-cannot-behave-like-god-says-azam-khan-559714|title = Election Commission Cannot Behave Like God, Says Azam Khan|last = |first = |date = 1 May 2014|work = [[NDTV]]|access-date = |via = }}</ref>

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User talk:Hassan Mohaidly

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Migration Act 1958

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Talk:Wedge (mechanical device)

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Opposing wedges? "Folding Wedges"?

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It would be good to identify the correct name & link from here to that page (& vice versa).
 
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Also, there is supposed to be an optimum angle for such wedges, which I am keen to discover. Suggestions I have come across so far are around: 4%/5 degrees/1:12/1:7
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Carly Pearce

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Singles: Updated.

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! scope="row"| "Hide the Wine"<ref>{{cite web|title=Single Releases : MusicRow|url=https://musicrow.com/calendars-2/single-releases/|publisher=[[MusicRow]]|accessdate=November 21, 2017|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20171121215221/https://musicrow.com/calendars-2/single-releases/|archivedate=November 21, 2017}}</ref>
 
! scope="row"| "Hide the Wine"<ref>{{cite web|title=Single Releases : MusicRow|url=https://musicrow.com/calendars-2/single-releases/|publisher=[[MusicRow]]|accessdate=November 21, 2017|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20171121215221/https://musicrow.com/calendars-2/single-releases/|archivedate=November 21, 2017}}</ref>
 
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List of urban areas by population

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||8||24,100,000||incl. [[Caloocan]], [[Quezon City]]
 
||8||24,100,000||incl. [[Caloocan]], [[Quezon City]]
 
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||5||3||align=left|[[Seoul-Incheon]] ([[Seoul National Capital Area]])<ref>Includes satellite cities in [[Gyeonggi-do|Gyeonggi]] Province such as [[Suwon]], [[Goyang]], [[Seongnam]], [[Yongin]], [[Bucheon]] and [[Ansand]] which are treated as separate urban agglomerations by the United Nations. Excludes urban area of [[Cheonan]] (500,000; 57&nbsp;km<sup>2</sup>) in [[Chungcheongnam-do]].</ref>||align=left|{{KOR}}||24,105,000 ||11,704||8,800||C / B
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||5||3||align=left|[[Seoul-Incheon]] ([[Seoul National Capital Area]])<ref>Includes satellite cities in [[Gyeonggi-do|Gyeonggi]] Province such as [[Suwon]], [[Goyang]], [[Seongnam]], [[Yongin]], [[Bucheon]] and [[Ansand]] which are treated as separate urban agglomerations by the United Nations. Excludes urban area of [[Cheonan]] (500,000; 57&nbsp;km<sup>2</sup>) in [[Chungcheongnam-do]].</ref>||align=left|{{KOR}}||24,105,000 ||2,745||8,800||C / B
 
||7||24,800,000||incl. [[Bucheon]], [[Goyang]], [[Incheon]], [[Seongnam]], [[Suweon]]
 
||7||24,800,000||incl. [[Bucheon]], [[Goyang]], [[Incheon]], [[Seongnam]], [[Suweon]]
 
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||6||7||align=left|[[Karachi]]<ref>The population is lower than other estimates (such as the United Nations), which include metropolitan area population not within the continuously developed urban area.</ref>||align=left|{{PAK}}||23,545,000||1,010||23,300||C / B
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||6||7||align=left|[[Karachi]]<ref>The population is lower than other estimates (such as the United Nations), which include metropolitan area population not within the continuously developed urban area.</ref>||align=left|{{PAK}}||23,545,000||3,780||23,300||C / B
 
||6||25,100,000||Based on population estimates before completion of [[2017 Census of Pakistan|2017 Census]].
 
||6||25,100,000||Based on population estimates before completion of [[2017 Census of Pakistan|2017 Census]].
 
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||8||13|| style="text-align:left;"|[[Mumbai]]<ref name=Mumbai>Includes Kalyan, and the Panvel urban area. As of 2016, also
 
||8||13|| style="text-align:left;"|[[Mumbai]]<ref name=Mumbai>Includes Kalyan, and the Panvel urban area. As of 2016, also
 
includes the Census of India urban areas of Bhiwandi, Kalyan, VasaiVirar
 
includes the Census of India urban areas of Bhiwandi, Kalyan, VasaiVirar
beginning in 2016. </ref>||align=left|{{IND}}||22,885,000||881||26,000||C / B
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beginning in 2016. </ref>||align=left|{{IND}}||22,885,000||4,355||26,000||C / B
 
||9||23,600,000||incl. [[Mumbai]], [[Navi Mumbai]], [[Bhiwandi-Nizampur Municipal Corporation]], [[Kalyan-Dombivali]], [[Thane]], [[Ulhasnagar]], [[Vasai-Virar]]
 
||9||23,600,000||incl. [[Mumbai]], [[Navi Mumbai]], [[Bhiwandi-Nizampur Municipal Corporation]], [[Kalyan-Dombivali]], [[Thane]], [[Ulhasnagar]], [[Vasai-Virar]]
   

District Court of Western Australia

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The '''District Court of Western Australia''' is the intermediate court in [[Western Australia]]. The Perth Registry is located at 500 Hay Street, [[Perth]]. Other registries are located at [[Albany, Australia|Albany]], [[Broome, Western Australia|Broome]], [[Bunbury, Western Australia|Bunbury]], [[Busselton, Western Australia|Busselton]], [[Carnarvon, Western Australia|Carnarvon]], [[Derby]], [[Esperance, Western Australia|Esperance]], [[Geraldton]], [[Kalgoorlie]], [[Karratha]], [[Kununurra]], and [[South Hedland]].
 
The '''District Court of Western Australia''' is the intermediate court in [[Western Australia]]. The Perth Registry is located at 500 Hay Street, [[Perth]]. Other registries are located at [[Albany, Australia|Albany]], [[Broome, Western Australia|Broome]], [[Bunbury, Western Australia|Bunbury]], [[Busselton, Western Australia|Busselton]], [[Carnarvon, Western Australia|Carnarvon]], [[Derby]], [[Esperance, Western Australia|Esperance]], [[Geraldton]], [[Kalgoorlie]], [[Karratha]], [[Kununurra]], and [[South Hedland]].