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Cytophosphane

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New page

#REDIRECT [[Cyclophosphamide]]

Lara González Ortega

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[[Category:Expatriate handball players]]
 
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[[Category:Spanish expatriate sportspeople in France]]
 
[[Category:Spanish expatriate sportspeople in France]]
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[[Category:Spanish expatriate sportspeople in Hungary]]
 
[[Category:Handball players at the 2016 Summer Olympics]]
 
[[Category:Handball players at the 2016 Summer Olympics]]
 
[[Category:Olympic handball players of Spain]]
 
[[Category:Olympic handball players of Spain]]
 
[[Category:Siófok KC players]]
 
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Marsai Martin

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Once again, countless movies such as Big, 17 Again, 13 going on 30, and Freaky Friday have done this "idea" for decades. And she cannot be credited with the idea because she's not the screenwriter of this film. Leave well enough alone.

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'''Marsai Martin''' (born August 14, 2004) is an American child actress and singer. She is known for her role as Diane Johnson in the ABC comedy series ''[[Black-ish]]''. She is set to star and executively produce the 2019 [[Universal Pictures]] comedy film ''[[Little (film)|Little]]'', for which she came up with the idea.
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'''Marsai Martin''' (born August 14, 2004) is an American child actress and singer. She is known for her role as Diane Johnson in the ABC comedy series ''[[Black-ish]]''. She is set to star and executively produce the 2019 [[Universal Pictures]] comedy film ''[[Little (film)|Little]]''
   
 
==Life and career==
 
==Life and career==

User:Deschanel/sandbox/Liaison's Fashion Show 2019

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Segment 1: Closer

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| {{flagicon|NGR}} [[Nigerians|Nigerian]]
 
| '''[[Victoria's Secret Fashion Show|Jol Hassan]]'''
 
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List of Boeing 787 operators

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Airline operators at January 2019

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[[File:LATAM Chile Boeing 787-9 at Santiago Airport (2017).jpg|thumb|[[LATAM Chile]] currently operates a total of 24 Boeing 787 aircraft, one of them shown here in [[Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport|Santiago Airport]] in February 2017.]]
 
[[File:LATAM Chile Boeing 787-9 at Santiago Airport (2017).jpg|thumb|[[LATAM Chile]] currently operates a total of 24 Boeing 787 aircraft, one of them shown here in [[Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport|Santiago Airport]] in February 2017.]]
Data at July 31, 2017.<ref name=FI17/>
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[[File:Orders and Operators of Boeing 787.svg|thumb|upright=2.2|Countries with airlines that operate the Boeing 787 or with aircraft on firm order as of September 2016.
 
[[File:Orders and Operators of Boeing 787.svg|thumb|upright=2.2|Countries with airlines that operate the Boeing 787 or with aircraft on firm order as of September 2016.

User:Mae Phelps

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User account Mae Phelps was created

Looking-glass self

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[[File:The looking glass self.png|right|thumb|300px|This drawing depicts the looking-glass self. The person at the front of the image is looking into four mirrors, each of which reflects someone else's image of him back to him.]]
 
[[File:The looking glass self.png|right|thumb|300px|This drawing depicts the looking-glass self. The person at the front of the image is looking into four mirrors, each of which reflects someone else's image of him back to him.]]
   
The '''looking-glass self'''<ref>The term is sometimes [[hyphen]]ated in the literature, sometimes not. Compare, for example, the titles of Shaffer (2005) and Yeung & Martin (2003), below.</ref> is a [[Social Psychology|social psychological]] concept introduced and coined by [[Charles Cooley|Charles Horton Cooley]] in his work, ''Human Nature and the Social Order'' in 1902.<ref>From Charles Horton Cooley, ''Human Nature and the Social Order'', New York: Scribner's, 1902, pp. 152:</ref> The concept of the looking-glass self describes the development of one's self and of one's identity through one's interpersonal interactions within the context of society. As Cooley gay explains, society is an interweaving and inter-working of mental selves.
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The '''looking-glass self'''<ref>The term is sometimes [[hyphen]]ated in the literature, sometimes not. Compare, for example, the titles of Shaffer (2005) and Yeung & Martin (2003), below.</ref> is a [[Social Psychology|social psychological]] concept introduced and coined by [[Charles Cooley|Charles Horton Cooley]] in his work, ''Human Nature and the Social Order'' in 1902.<ref>From Charles Horton Cooley, ''Human Nature and the Social Order'', New York: Scribner's, 1902, pp. 152:</ref> The concept of the looking-glass self describes the development of one's self and of one's identity through one's interpersonal interactions within the context of society. As Cooley explains, society is an interweaving and inter-working of mental selves.
   
According to Lisa McIntyre's ''The Practical Skeptic: Core Concepts in Sociology'', the concept of the looking-glass self expresses the tendency for one to understand oneself through their the perception which others may hold of them. <ref>McIntyre, Lisa. ''The Practical Skeptic: Core Concepts in Sociology''. 3rd ed. New York: McGraw Hill, 2006. {{ISBN|0-07-288524-6}}.</ref> Essentially, how one views oneself and acts heavily depends on what the individual believes other people thinks of the individual. This process is theorized to develop one's sense of identity. Therefore identity, or [[self]], is the result of learning to see ourselves through what we perceive to be the perceptions of others. <ref>Yeung, King-To, and Martin, John Levi. "The Looking Glass Self: An Empirical Test and Elaboration." ''Social Forces'' 81, no. 3 (2003): 843
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According to Lisa McIntyre's ''The Practical Skeptic: Core Concepts in Sociology'', the concept of the looking-glass self expresses the tendency for one to understand oneself through their the perception which others may hold of them. <ref>McIntyre, Lisa. ''The Practical Skeptic: Core Concepts in Sociology''. 3rd ed. New York: McGraw Hill, 2006. {{ISBN|0-07-288524-6}}.</ref> Essentially, how one views oneself and acts heavily depends on what the individual believes other people thinks of the individual. This process is theorized to develop one's sense of identity. Therefore identity, or [[self]], is the result of learning to see ourselves through what we perceive to be the perceptions of others. <ref>Yeung, King-To, and Martin, John Levi. "The Looking Glass Self: An Empirical Test and Elaboration." ''Social Forces'' 81, no. 3 (2003): 843–879.</ref>
   
 
== Three main components ==
 
== Three main components ==

Talk:Muhammed Alamgir

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Paul McCartney discography

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Halti

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* [http://www.peakbagger.com/peak.aspx?pid=30154 "Halti, Norway" on Peakbagger]
   
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{{Highest points of Europe}}
 
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[[Category:Mountains of Finland]]

New Club, Edinburgh

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The '''New Club''' is a private [[social club]] in the [[New Town, Edinburgh|New Town]] area of [[Edinburgh]], [[Scotland]]. Founded in 1787 as a [[gentlemen's club]], it is Scotland's oldest private member's club. The club occupied premises on [[St Andrew Square]] from 1809 until 1837, when it moved to purpose-built rooms on [[Princes Street]]. The 1837 building was replaced with a modern building to a design by [[Reiach and Hall]], which is protected as a [[listed building#Scotland|category A listed building]].<ref name=listed>{{cite web |url=http://data.historic-scotland.gov.uk/pls/htmldb/f?p=2200:15:0::::BUILDING,HL:43322 |title=84-87 Princes Street, incorporating the New Club |publisher=Historic Scotland |accessdate=5 December 2013}}</ref> Ladies were admitted in 1970, and offered full membership from 2010. [[HRH The Prince Philip]] has been the Patron of the Club since 1952. The only stated requirements for membership are that a candidate is over 18 and is "[[wikt:clubbable|clubbable]]".<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.newclub.co.uk/membership.aspx |title=Membership |publisher=The New Club |accessdate=5 December 2013}}</ref>
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The '''New Club''' is a private [[social club]] in the [[New Town, Edinburgh|New Town]] area of [[Edinburgh]], [[Scotland]]. Founded in 1787, it is Scotland's oldest club. The club occupied premises on [[St Andrew Square]] from 1809 until 1837, when it moved to purpose-built rooms on [[Princes Street]]. The 1837 building was replaced with a modern building to a design by [[Reiach and Hall]], which is protected as a [[listed building#Scotland|category A listed building]].<ref name=listed>{{cite web |url=http://data.historic-scotland.gov.uk/pls/htmldb/f?p=2200:15:0::::BUILDING,HL:43322 |title=84-87 Princes Street, incorporating the New Club |publisher=Historic Scotland |accessdate=5 December 2013}}</ref> Ladies were admitted in 1970, and offered full membership from 2010. [[HRH The Prince Philip]] has been the Patron of the Club since 1952. The only stated requirements for membership are that a candidate is over 18 and is "[[wikt:clubbable|clubbable]]".<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.newclub.co.uk/membership.aspx |title=Membership |publisher=The New Club |accessdate=5 December 2013}}</ref>
   
 
==History==
 
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==The New Club building==
 
==The New Club building==
Numbers 84–87 Princes Street, incorporating the New Club, were listed by [[Historic Scotland]] on 18 March 1996 as a category A listed building.<ref name=listed/> Category A includes buildings which are of national or international architectural significance. Historic Scotland describe the New Club premises as the finest example of a Princes Street Panel building. The Princes Street façade, faced with plate glass and [[Rubislaw quarry|Rubislaw]] granite and with distinctive [[cantilever]]ed sections, is described as "very carefully composed".<ref name=listed/> The building is one of around 60 post-Second World War listed buildings in Edinburgh.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.historic-scotland.gov.uk/es/largetext/edinburghpostwar.pdf |title=Edinburgh's Post-War Listed Buildings |publisher=City of Edinburgh Council and Historic Scotland |pages=5,53 |accessdate=5 December 2013}}</ref>
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Numbers 84–87 Princes Street, incorporating the New Club, were listed by [[Historic Scotland]] on 18 March 1996 as a category A listed building.<ref name=listed/> Category A includes buildings which are of national or international architectural significance. Historic Scotland describe the New Club premises as the finest example of a Princes Street Panel building. The Princes Street façade, faced with plate glass and [[Rubislaw quarry|Rubislaw]] granite and with distinctive [[cantilever]]ed sections, is described euphemistically as "very carefully composed".<ref name=listed/> The building is one of around 60 post-Second World War listed buildings in Edinburgh and is one of the least successful.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.historic-scotland.gov.uk/es/largetext/edinburghpostwar.pdf |title=Edinburgh's Post-War Listed Buildings |publisher=City of Edinburgh Council and Historic Scotland |pages=5,53 |accessdate=5 December 2013}}</ref>
   
 
==References==
 
==References==

Pakistani cricket team in South Africa in 2018–19

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Squads

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* [[Dane Paterson]]
 
* [[Dane Paterson]]
 
* [[Andile Phehlukwayo]]
 
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Nanaimo (provincial electoral district)

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== Election results ==
 
== Election results ==
 
{{Canadian election result/top|BC|January 30, 2019|by=yes|Nanaimo (provincial electoral district)|percent=yes|change=yes}}
 
{{Canadian election result/top|BC|January 30, 2019|by=yes|Nanaimo (provincial electoral district)|percent=yes|change=yes}}
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{{CANelec|BC|Conservative|Justin Greenwood| | | }}
 
{{CANelec|BC|Liberal|Tony Harris| | | }}
 
{{CANelec|BC|Liberal|Tony Harris| | | }}
 
{{CANelec|BC|NDP|[[Sheila Malcolmson]]| | | }}
 
{{CANelec|BC|NDP|[[Sheila Malcolmson]]| | | }}
 
{{CANelec|BC|Green|Michele Ney| | | }}
 
{{CANelec|BC|Green|Michele Ney| | | }}
 
{{CANelec|BC|[[Vancouver Island Party]]|[[Robin Richardson]]| | | }}
 
{{CANelec|BC|[[Vancouver Island Party]]|[[Robin Richardson]]| | | }}
{{CANelec|BC|Conservative|Justin Greenwood| | | }}
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{{CANelec|BC|Libertarian|Bill Walker| | | }}
 
{{Canadian election result/total|Total valid votes| | }}
 
{{Canadian election result/total|Total valid votes| | }}
 
{{Canadian election result/total|Total rejected ballots| | |-}}
 
{{Canadian election result/total|Total rejected ballots| | |-}}

List of Internet exchange points by size

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| NetIX<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.netix.net |title=Home |publisher=NetIX |date= |accessdate=2018-08-29}}</ref>
 
| NetIX<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.netix.net |title=Home |publisher=NetIX |date= |accessdate=2018-08-29}}</ref>
 
| [[Frankfurt]], [[Amsterdam]], [[Paris]], [[London]], [[Miami]], [[Marseille]], [[Madrid]], [[Milan]], [[Moscow]], [[Stockholm]], [[Vienna]], [[Prague]], [[Zagreb]], [[Warsaw]], [[Belgrade]], [[Sofia]], [[Bucharest]], [[Kiev]], [[Istanbul]], [[Athens]], [[Thessaloniki]], [[Zagreb]]
 
| [[Frankfurt]], [[Amsterdam]], [[Paris]], [[London]], [[Miami]], [[Marseille]], [[Madrid]], [[Milan]], [[Moscow]], [[Stockholm]], [[Vienna]], [[Prague]], [[Zagreb]], [[Warsaw]], [[Belgrade]], [[Sofia]], [[Bucharest]], [[Kiev]], [[Istanbul]], [[Athens]], [[Thessaloniki]], [[Zagreb]]
| {{flag|DE}}, {{flag|Netherlands}}, {{flag|France}}, {{flag|UK}}, {{flag|US}}, {{flag|Spain}}, {{flag|Italy}}, {{flag|RU}}, {{flag|Sweden}}, {{flag|Austria}}, {{flag|CZ}}, {{flag|Croatia}}, {{flag|Poland}}, {{flag|Serbia}}, {{flag|Bulgaria}}, {{flag|RO}}, {{flag|Ukraine}}, {{flag|Turkey}}, {{flag|Greece}}, {{Croatia}}, {{flag|EU}}
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| {{flag|DE}}, {{flag|Netherlands}}, {{flag|France}}, {{flag|UK}}, {{flag|US}}, {{flag|Spain}}, {{flag|Italy}}, {{flag|RU}}, {{flag|Sweden}}, {{flag|Austria}}, {{flag|CZ}}, {{flag|Croatia}}, {{flag|Poland}}, {{flag|Serbia}}, {{flag|Bulgaria}}, {{flag|RO}}, {{flag|Ukraine}}, {{flag|Turkey}}, {{flag|Greece}}, {{flag|Croatia}}, {{flag|EU}}
 
| 2012
 
| 2012
 
| 100<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.netix.net/members |title=NetIX Members |publisher=NetIX |date= |accessdate=2018-12-13}}</ref>
 
| 100<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.netix.net/members |title=NetIX Members |publisher=NetIX |date= |accessdate=2018-12-13}}</ref>

Kaldi (software)

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*[https://github.com/kaldi-asr/kaldi/ Kaldi] - The official [[GitHub|Github]] project
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*[https://towardsdatascience.com/how-to-start-with-kaldi-and-speech-recognition-a9b7670ffff6 How to start with Kaldi and Speech Recognition] - A guide regarding the different types of the project
   
 
[[Category:Free software projects]]
 
[[Category:Free software projects]]

Dennis Daugaard

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|lieutenant = [[Matt Michels]]
 
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|predecessor = [[Mike Rounds]]
 
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[[Category:1953 births]]
 
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[[Category:2004 United States presidential electors]]
 
[[Category:2008 United States presidential electors]]
 
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[[Category:2016 United States presidential electors]]
 
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[[Category:South Dakota state senators]]
 
[[Category:University of South Dakota alumni]]
 
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[[Category:2008 United States presidential electors]]
 
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Ōgaki Station

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JR Central, Tarumi Railway

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In fiscal 2016, the station was used by an average of 17,046 passengers daily (boarding passengers only).<ref name="Gifu2016stats">{{cite web |url= http://www.pref.gifu.lg.jp/kensei/tokei/tokei-joho/11111/tokeisyo-youran/gifuken-tokeisho/H28.data/H28-11unyutuusin.pdf|script-title=ja: 岐阜県統計書(平成28年)|trans-title= Gifu Prefecture Statistics (Fiscal 2016)|year= 2017|publisher= Gifu Prefecture|location= Japan|language= Japanese|archiveurl= |archivedate= |accessdate= 11 October 2017}}</ref>
 
In fiscal 2016, the station was used by an average of 17,046 passengers daily (boarding passengers only).<ref name="Gifu2016stats">{{cite web |url= http://www.pref.gifu.lg.jp/kensei/tokei/tokei-joho/11111/tokeisyo-youran/gifuken-tokeisho/H28.data/H28-11unyutuusin.pdf|script-title=ja: 岐阜県統計書(平成28年)|trans-title= Gifu Prefecture Statistics (Fiscal 2016)|year= 2017|publisher= Gifu Prefecture|location= Japan|language= Japanese|archiveurl= |archivedate= |accessdate= 11 October 2017}}</ref>
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At Ōgaki Station, the overnight rapid train [[Moonlight Nagara|''Moonlight Nagara'']] terminates here. It is a rather popular service among [[Seishun 18 Ticket]] holders, who often use it for long distance travelling, so after getting off the ''Moonlight Nagara'', these Ticket holders would change for other trains heading further towards different locations. Here at Ōgaki Station, the interchange window between the ''Moonlight Nagara'' (5:50 Arrival) and a [[Maibara Station|Maibara]]-bound local train (5:53 Departure) is merely 3 minutes, which is so short that interchanging passengers often have to dash up the stairs, across the [[overpass]] towards the opposite platform, run down the stairs again, just so they can board the local train as soon as possible, to secure a seat after the exhausting journey on the ''Moonlight Nagara''. This is dubbed as the ''Ōgaki Dash'' (大垣ダッシュ). For 18 Ticket holders, interchange windows can be so tight that the ''Ōgaki Dash'' is inevitable. Some passengers even specifically picked particular seats on board the ''Moonlight Nagara'', just so they can get off the train at the nearest exit to the stairs. [[JR Central]], in response to the ''Ōgaki Dash'', has put up signs that warn passenger not to run.
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File:Ogaki Speed Limit.jpg|Previously used sign that says "In station area: Speed limit 10 km/h"
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==Yōrō Railway==
 
==Yōrō Railway==

Harry LeGore

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Bhagirathi maharana

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| text = Samuel Langhorne Clemens, better known by the [[pen name]] '''Mark Twain''', was an [[United States|A]]merican [[author]] and [[humorist]]. Twain is most noted for his novels ''[[Adventures of Huckleberry Finn]]'', which has since been called the [[Great American Novel]], During his lifetime, Twain became a friend to [[President of the United States|presidents]], artists, industrialists and European royalty.
 
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United States federal government shutdown of 2018–2019

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The last version of the Homeland Security Appropriation passed by both houses of Congress is written "$1,600,000,000 shall be available for approximately 65 miles of pedestrian fencing along the southwest border in the Rio Grande Valley Sector." Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D.-N.Y.) says the Democratic Party will not support $5.7 billion for the border wall. At a press conference before government shutdown, he notes "The $1.6 billion for border security negotiated by Democrats and Republicans is our position. We believe that is the right way to go. …" <ref>https://www.cnn.com/2018/11/27/politics/trump-wall-budget-deal/index.html</ref>
 
The last version of the Homeland Security Appropriation passed by both houses of Congress is written "$1,600,000,000 shall be available for approximately 65 miles of pedestrian fencing along the southwest border in the Rio Grande Valley Sector." Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D.-N.Y.) says the Democratic Party will not support $5.7 billion for the border wall. At a press conference before government shutdown, he notes "The $1.6 billion for border security negotiated by Democrats and Republicans is our position. We believe that is the right way to go. …" <ref>https://www.cnn.com/2018/11/27/politics/trump-wall-budget-deal/index.html</ref>
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=== Beginning of shutdown ===
 
=== Beginning of shutdown ===

2018–19 Minnesota Wild season

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Player statistics

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<small>As of December 22, 2018</small><ref name=regstats>{{cite web|title=Minnesota Wild Stats - 2018-2019|url=https://www.nhl.com/wild/stats/2018-2019|website=NHL.com|accessdate=December 24, 2018}}</ref>
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Brazilian jiu-jitsu

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== Tournaments ==
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While there are numerous local and regional tournaments administered regularly by private individuals and academies, there are two major entities in the jiu-jitsu sub culture. First, is the [[Sport Jiu Jitsu International Federation (SJJIF)]], a (nonprofit) organization with international federations and tournaments. Second, is the [[International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation|International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation (IBJJF)]], an organization that hosts a number of major tournaments worldwide. These include the [[Pan-American Championship (jiu-jitsu)|Pan American Championship]], [[European Championship (Brazilian jiu-jitsu)|European Championship]], and the [[Mundials]]. [[California]], [[New York (state)|New York]], and [[Texas]] are the three states in the US which host tournaments most frequently. Other promotions within [[North America]], such as Battleground Grappling Championship, American Grappling Federation (AGF), North American BJJ Federation (NABJJF), and [[North American Grappling Association]] (NAGA) host tournaments nationwide, but visit these states multiple times within a tournament season.
 
While there are numerous local and regional tournaments administered regularly by private individuals and academies, there are two major entities in the jiu-jitsu sub culture. First, is the [[Sport Jiu Jitsu International Federation (SJJIF)]], a (nonprofit) organization with international federations and tournaments. Second, is the [[International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation|International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation (IBJJF)]], an organization that hosts a number of major tournaments worldwide. These include the [[Pan-American Championship (jiu-jitsu)|Pan American Championship]], [[European Championship (Brazilian jiu-jitsu)|European Championship]], and the [[Mundials]]. [[California]], [[New York (state)|New York]], and [[Texas]] are the three states in the US which host tournaments most frequently. Other promotions within [[North America]], such as Battleground Grappling Championship, American Grappling Federation (AGF), North American BJJ Federation (NABJJF), and [[North American Grappling Association]] (NAGA) host tournaments nationwide, but visit these states multiple times within a tournament season.
   

User talk:Musical Doodle

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List of Malayalam films of 1979

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Pakistani cricket team in South Africa in 2018–19

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Moroccan Quarter

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When Jordanian forces emerged as the victors in the battle for possession of the Old City in the [[1948 Arab–Israeli War]], 1,500 Jewish residents, coinciding with the [[1948 Palestinian exodus|flight or expulsion of 70,000 Palestinians]] from Israeli-occupied areas of Jerusalem{{efn|30,000 is given for the number of Palestinians expelled from the western part of Jerusalem by [[Rashid Khalidi]].{{sfn|el-Haj|2008|p=166}}}}, were expelled from the Jewish Quarter, which was in the vicinity of the Moroccan zone.{{efn|"Intense fighting took place in the vicinity of this quarter between Zionist forces sent to wrest this area from the Jordanian forces. The former were eventually defeated in the summer of 1948. They and the 1,500 Jewish civilians living in this part of the Old City were expelled (the non-combatants were sent across the frontier that divided the city between Israeli and Jordanian held sectors, while the Jewish soldiers were held and then released as few months later). The flight of these 1,500 Jews coincided with the forced removal of 700,000 Arabs from areas of historic Palestine conquered by Israel in 1948, including 70,000 from Jerusalem."{{sfn|Abowd|2000|p=8}}}}
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When Jordanian forces emerged as the victors in the battle for possession of the Old City in the [[1948 Arab–Israeli War]], 1,500 Jewish residents, coinciding with the [[1948 Palestinian exodus|flight or expulsion of 70,000 Palestinians]] from Israeli-occupied areas of Jerusalem{{efn|30,000 is given for the number of Palestinians expelled from the western part of Jerusalem by [[Rashid Khalidi]].{{sfn|El-Haj|2008|p=166}}}}, were expelled from the Jewish Quarter, which was in the vicinity of the Moroccan zone.{{efn|"Intense fighting took place in the vicinity of this quarter between Zionist forces sent to wrest this area from the Jordanian forces. The former were eventually defeated in the summer of 1948. They and the 1,500 Jewish civilians living in this part of the Old City were expelled (the non-combatants were sent across the frontier that divided the city between Israeli and Jordanian held sectors, while the Jewish soldiers were held and then released as few months later). The flight of these 1,500 Jews coincided with the forced removal of 700,000 Arabs from areas of historic Palestine conquered by Israel in 1948, including 70,000 from Jerusalem."{{sfn|Abowd|2000|p=8}}}}
   
 
Disputes were not infrequent between the quarter's inhabitants and Palestinian landlords, squabbling over property rights.{{sfn|Abowd|2000|p=8}} In 1965, Palestinian squatters in Jewish properties on the edge of the Moroccan Quarter were evicted by the Jordanian government and resettled in the [[Shu'fat camp|Shu'afat refugee camp]], four kilometers north of the Old City. The motives behind this ejection are unknown.{{sfn|Abowd|2000|pp=8–9}}
 
Disputes were not infrequent between the quarter's inhabitants and Palestinian landlords, squabbling over property rights.{{sfn|Abowd|2000|p=8}} In 1965, Palestinian squatters in Jewish properties on the edge of the Moroccan Quarter were evicted by the Jordanian government and resettled in the [[Shu'fat camp|Shu'afat refugee camp]], four kilometers north of the Old City. The motives behind this ejection are unknown.{{sfn|Abowd|2000|pp=8–9}}
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2019 Australian Open – Men's Singles

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Harry Lancaster

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Wikipedia:WikiProject Military history/Contest/Entries

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Asma Arbab Alamgir

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In February 2010, she was made president of the women wing of Pakistan Peoples Party while she was working as provincial coordinator of PPP in [[Khyber Pakhtunkhwa]].<ref name="thenews/2feb2010" /> In April 2010, she was appointed as Advisor to the [[Ministry of States and Frontier Regions|Federal Minister of States and Frontier Regions]].<ref name="nation/10april2010">{{cite news|title=Asma Arbab Alamgir Advisor to ministry|url=http://nation.com.pk/10-Apr-2010/asma-arbab-alamgir--advisor-to-ministry|accessdate=4 December 2017|work=The Nation|date=10 April 2010}}</ref>
 
In February 2010, she was made president of the women wing of Pakistan Peoples Party while she was working as provincial coordinator of PPP in [[Khyber Pakhtunkhwa]].<ref name="thenews/2feb2010" /> In April 2010, she was appointed as Advisor to the [[Ministry of States and Frontier Regions|Federal Minister of States and Frontier Regions]].<ref name="nation/10april2010">{{cite news|title=Asma Arbab Alamgir Advisor to ministry|url=http://nation.com.pk/10-Apr-2010/asma-arbab-alamgir--advisor-to-ministry|accessdate=4 December 2017|work=The Nation|date=10 April 2010}}</ref>
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Knowledge representation and reasoning

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In addition to expert systems, other researchers developed the concept of [[Frame language|frame based language]]s in the mid 1980s. A frame is similar to an object class: It is an abstract description of a category describing things in the world, problems, and potential solutions. Frames were originally used on systems geared toward human interaction, e.g. [[natural language understanding|understanding natural language]] and the social settings in which various default expectations such as ordering food in a restaurant narrow the search space and allow the system to choose appropriate responses to dynamic situations.
 
In addition to expert systems, other researchers developed the concept of [[Frame language|frame based language]]s in the mid 1980s. A frame is similar to an object class: It is an abstract description of a category describing things in the world, problems, and potential solutions. Frames were originally used on systems geared toward human interaction, e.g. [[natural language understanding|understanding natural language]] and the social settings in which various default expectations such as ordering food in a restaurant narrow the search space and allow the system to choose appropriate responses to dynamic situations.
   
It wasn't long before the frame communities and the rule-based researchers realized that there was synergy between their approaches. Frames were good for representing the real world, described as classes, subclasses, slots (data values) with various constraints on possible values. Rules were good for representing and utilizing complex logic such as the process to make a medical diagnosis. Integrated systems were developed that combined Frames and Rules. One of the most powerful and well known was the 1983 [[Knowledge Engineering Environment]] (KEE) from [[IntelliCorp (software)|Intellicorp]]. KEE had a complete rule engine with [[forward chaining|forward]] and [[backward chaining]]. It also had a complete frame based knowledge base with triggers, slots (data values), inheritance, and message passing. Although message passing originated in the object-oriented community rather than AI it was quickly embraced by AI researchers as well in environments such as KEE and in the operating systems for Lisp machines from [[Symbolics]], [[Xerox]], and [[Texas Instruments]].<ref>{{cite journal|last=Mettrey|first=William|title=An Assessment of Tools for Building Large Knowledge-Based Systems|journal=AI Magazine|year=1987|volume= 8| issue = 4|url=http://www.aaai.org/ojs/index.php/aimagazine/article/viewArticle/625}}</ref>
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It wasn't long before the frame communities and the rule-based researchers realized that there was synergy between their approaches. Frames were good for representing the real world, described as classes, subclasses, slots (data values) with various constraints on possible values. Rules were good for representing and utilizing complex logic such as the process to make a medical diagnosis. Integrated systems were developed that combined Frames and Rules. One of the most powerful and well known was the 1983 [[Knowledge Engineering Environment]] (KEE) from [[IntelliCorp (software)|Intellicorp]]. KEE had a complete rule engine with [[forward chaining|forward]] and [[backward chaining]]. It also had a complete frame based knowledge base with triggers, slots (data values), inheritance, and message passing. Although message passing originated in the object-oriented community rather than AI it was quickly embraced by AI researchers as well in environments such as KEE and in the operating systems for Lisp machines from [[Symbolics]], [[Xerox]], and [[Texas Instruments]].<ref>{{cite journal|last=Mettrey|first=William|title=An Assessment of Tools for Building Large Knowledge-Based Systems|journal=AI Magazine|year=1987|volume= 8| issue = 4|url=http://www.aaai.org/ojs/index.php/aimagazine/article/viewArticle/625}}{{dead link}}</ref>
   
 
The integration of Frames, rules, and object-oriented programming was significantly driven by commercial ventures such as KEE and Symbolics spun off from various research projects. At the same time as this was occurring, there was another strain of research which was less commercially focused and was driven by mathematical logic and automated theorem proving. One of the most influential languages in this research was the [[KL-ONE]] language of the mid 80's. KL-ONE was a [[frame language]] that had a rigorous semantics, formal definitions for concepts such as an [[Is-a|Is-A relation]].<ref>{{cite journal|last=Brachman|first=Ron|title=A Structural Paradigm for Representing Knowledge|journal=Bolt, Beranek, and Neumann Technical Report|year=1978|issue=3605}}</ref> KL-ONE and languages that were influenced by it such as Loom had an automated reasoning engine that was based on formal logic rather than on IF-THEN rules. This reasoner is called the classifier. A classifier can analyze a set of declarations and infer new assertions, for example, redefine a class to be a subclass or superclass of some other class that wasn't formally specified. In this way the classifier can function as an inference engine, deducing new facts from an existing knowledge base. The classifier can also provide consistency checking on a knowledge base (which in the case of KL-ONE languages is also referred to as an Ontology).<ref>{{cite journal|last=MacGregor|first=Robert|title=Using a description classifier to enhance knowledge representation|journal=IEEE Expert|date=June 1991|volume=6|issue=3|url=http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/login.jsp?tp=&arnumber=87683&url=http%3A%2F%2Fieeexplore.ieee.org%2Fxpls%2Fabs_all.jsp%3Farnumber%3D87683|accessdate=10 November 2013|doi=10.1109/64.87683|pages=41–46}}</ref>
 
The integration of Frames, rules, and object-oriented programming was significantly driven by commercial ventures such as KEE and Symbolics spun off from various research projects. At the same time as this was occurring, there was another strain of research which was less commercially focused and was driven by mathematical logic and automated theorem proving. One of the most influential languages in this research was the [[KL-ONE]] language of the mid 80's. KL-ONE was a [[frame language]] that had a rigorous semantics, formal definitions for concepts such as an [[Is-a|Is-A relation]].<ref>{{cite journal|last=Brachman|first=Ron|title=A Structural Paradigm for Representing Knowledge|journal=Bolt, Beranek, and Neumann Technical Report|year=1978|issue=3605}}</ref> KL-ONE and languages that were influenced by it such as Loom had an automated reasoning engine that was based on formal logic rather than on IF-THEN rules. This reasoner is called the classifier. A classifier can analyze a set of declarations and infer new assertions, for example, redefine a class to be a subclass or superclass of some other class that wasn't formally specified. In this way the classifier can function as an inference engine, deducing new facts from an existing knowledge base. The classifier can also provide consistency checking on a knowledge base (which in the case of KL-ONE languages is also referred to as an Ontology).<ref>{{cite journal|last=MacGregor|first=Robert|title=Using a description classifier to enhance knowledge representation|journal=IEEE Expert|date=June 1991|volume=6|issue=3|url=http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/login.jsp?tp=&arnumber=87683&url=http%3A%2F%2Fieeexplore.ieee.org%2Fxpls%2Fabs_all.jsp%3Farnumber%3D87683|accessdate=10 November 2013|doi=10.1109/64.87683|pages=41–46}}</ref>

Category:Polish health activists

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Cathay Pacific fleet

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In 1997, a [[Boeing 747|Boeing 747-200]] (B-HIB) named ''Spirit of Hong Kong'', with a special livery, a big [[traditional Chinese characters|traditional Chinese]] brushstroke character "{{Zh|c={{linktext|家}}|s=|t=|p=|labels=no}}" (means family/home), a slogan in traditional Chinese "{{nowrap|{{linktext|繁榮|進步| 更|創新|高}}}}" painted on the left side of the aircraft and a slogan "The Spirit of Hong Kong 97" painted on the right side of the aircraft, to commemorate the [[handover of Hong Kong]] from the United Kingdom to China.<ref>{{cite web|title=Cathay Pacific B-HIB Photo Search Result|url=http://www.airliners.net/search/photo.search?regsearch=B-HIB|publisher=Airliners.net|accessdate=4 July 2009}}</ref> On 17 January 2000, ''Spirit of Hong Kong'' made a return on a [[Boeing 747-400]] (B-HOX) to celebrate the legendary resilience of Hong Kong, with a new special livery depicting a young athlete overcoming a series of challenges to reach his goal. A special motto &mdash; "Same Team. Same Dream." &mdash; was painted on the left side of the aircraft and a motto in traditional Chinese ("{{Zh|c=|s=|t={{linktext|積極|進取| 飛越|更|高|理想}}|p=|labels=no}}") was painted on the right side of the aircraft.<ref>{{cite press release|title=Cathay Pacific Welcomes Arrival of New "Spirit of Hong Kong"|url=https://www.cathaypacific.com/cpa/en_HK/aboutus/pressroomdetails?refID=4a789aa3d6caa010VgnVCM22000022d21c39____|publisher=Cathay Pacific|date=17 January 2000|accessdate=4 July 2009}}</ref> On 30 July 2013, ''Spirit of Hong Kong'' made another return, this time, on a [[Boeing 777|Boeing 777-300ER]] (B-KPB). The livery features 110 people who represent the extraordinary spirit of Hong Kong people. The livery also has the slogan "The Spirit of Hong Kong {{Zh|c=|s=|t={{linktext|香港|精神|號}}|p=|labels=no}}" The livery is the result of an online contest held by Cathay Pacific to call on Hong Kong people to submit creative entries that illustrate the true spirit of the city – along with a full-body photograph of themselves. The judging panel then chose 100 winners and 10 champions – and their silhouettes have been painted on the aircraft, before it got stored in October 2018.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://spiritofhk.cathaypacific.com/en/index.php|title=Cathay Pacific - The Spirit of Hong Kong|work=cathaypacific.com}}</ref> In celebration of Hong Kong's 20th anniversary of independence, it is also painted on a [[Boeing 777|Boeing 777-300]] (B-HNK) since June 2017, but instead of the original Spirit of Hong Kong livery, it is white and has clouds and flowers on the stripe and near the tail under the revised Cathay Pacific livery.
 
In 1997, a [[Boeing 747|Boeing 747-200]] (B-HIB) named ''Spirit of Hong Kong'', with a special livery, a big [[traditional Chinese characters|traditional Chinese]] brushstroke character "{{Zh|c={{linktext|家}}|s=|t=|p=|labels=no}}" (means family/home), a slogan in traditional Chinese "{{nowrap|{{linktext|繁榮|進步| 更|創新|高}}}}" painted on the left side of the aircraft and a slogan "The Spirit of Hong Kong 97" painted on the right side of the aircraft, to commemorate the [[handover of Hong Kong]] from the United Kingdom to China.<ref>{{cite web|title=Cathay Pacific B-HIB Photo Search Result|url=http://www.airliners.net/search/photo.search?regsearch=B-HIB|publisher=Airliners.net|accessdate=4 July 2009}}</ref> On 17 January 2000, ''Spirit of Hong Kong'' made a return on a [[Boeing 747-400]] (B-HOX) to celebrate the legendary resilience of Hong Kong, with a new special livery depicting a young athlete overcoming a series of challenges to reach his goal. A special motto &mdash; "Same Team. Same Dream." &mdash; was painted on the left side of the aircraft and a motto in traditional Chinese ("{{Zh|c=|s=|t={{linktext|積極|進取| 飛越|更|高|理想}}|p=|labels=no}}") was painted on the right side of the aircraft.<ref>{{cite press release|title=Cathay Pacific Welcomes Arrival of New "Spirit of Hong Kong"|url=https://www.cathaypacific.com/cpa/en_HK/aboutus/pressroomdetails?refID=4a789aa3d6caa010VgnVCM22000022d21c39____|publisher=Cathay Pacific|date=17 January 2000|accessdate=4 July 2009}}</ref> On 30 July 2013, ''Spirit of Hong Kong'' made another return, this time, on a [[Boeing 777|Boeing 777-300ER]] (B-KPB). The livery features 110 people who represent the extraordinary spirit of Hong Kong people. The livery also has the slogan "The Spirit of Hong Kong {{Zh|c=|s=|t={{linktext|香港|精神|號}}|p=|labels=no}}" The livery is the result of an online contest held by Cathay Pacific to call on Hong Kong people to submit creative entries that illustrate the true spirit of the city – along with a full-body photograph of themselves. The judging panel then chose 100 winners and 10 champions – and their silhouettes have been painted on the aircraft, before it got stored in October 2018.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://spiritofhk.cathaypacific.com/en/index.php|title=Cathay Pacific - The Spirit of Hong Kong|work=cathaypacific.com}}</ref> In celebration of Hong Kong's 20th anniversary of independence, it is also painted on a [[Boeing 777|Boeing 777-300]] (B-HNK) since June 2017, but instead of the original Spirit of Hong Kong livery, it is white and has clouds and flowers on the stripe and near the tail under the revised Cathay Pacific livery.
   
On 5 July 2002, a Boeing 747-400 (B-HOY), named ''Asia's world city'', carried a special livery, the "Asia's world city" brandline, the [[Brand Hong Kong]] logotype and the dragon symbol, to promote Hong Kong around the world. In January 2008, it made a return, this time on a [[Boeing 777-300ER]] (B-KPF), until it was repainted into the standard Cathay Pacific livery in April 2014.<ref>{{cite press release|title=Cathay Pacific holds Open Day for "Asia's World City" Aircraft|url=https://www.cathaypacific.com/cpa/en_HK/aboutus/pressroomdetails?refID=d22573dc45bba010VgnVCM10000021d21c39____|publisher=Cathay Pacific|date=5 July 2002|accessdate=4 July 2009}}</ref>
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On 5 July 2002, a Boeing 747-400 (B-HOY), named ''Asia's world city'', carried a special livery, the "Asia's world city" brandline, the [[Brand Hong Kong]] logotype and the dragon symbol, to promote Hong Kong around the world. In January 2008, it made a return, this time on a [[Boeing 777-300ER]] (B-KPF), until it was repainted into the standard Cathay Pacific livery in March 2014.<ref>{{cite press release|title=Cathay Pacific holds Open Day for "Asia's World City" Aircraft|url=https://www.cathaypacific.com/cpa/en_HK/aboutus/pressroomdetails?refID=d22573dc45bba010VgnVCM10000021d21c39____|publisher=Cathay Pacific|date=5 July 2002|accessdate=4 July 2009}}</ref>
   
 
On 29 August 2006, the airline took delivery of its 100th aircraft, an Airbus A330-300 with the registration B-LAD. For the aircraft acceptance ceremony in Toulouse, the aircraft was painted in a ''100th aircraft'' livery with the slogan "100th aircraft", and the slogan in traditional Chinese "{{Zh|c=|s=|t={{linktext|進步|精神}}|p=|l=|labels=no}}" painted on the rear of the aircraft.<ref name=100thAC>{{cite press release|title=Cathay Pacific's 100th Aircraft Greets the Past|url=https://www.cathaypacific.com/cpa/en_NZ/aboutus/pressroomdetails?refID=eebc5609a676d010VgnVCM32000011d21c39____|publisher=Cathay Pacific|date=1 September 2006|accessdate=4 July 2009}}</ref> The aircraft was named ''Progress Hong Kong'', a name that was chosen from a competition by the staff.<ref name=100thAC/>
 
On 29 August 2006, the airline took delivery of its 100th aircraft, an Airbus A330-300 with the registration B-LAD. For the aircraft acceptance ceremony in Toulouse, the aircraft was painted in a ''100th aircraft'' livery with the slogan "100th aircraft", and the slogan in traditional Chinese "{{Zh|c=|s=|t={{linktext|進步|精神}}|p=|l=|labels=no}}" painted on the rear of the aircraft.<ref name=100thAC>{{cite press release|title=Cathay Pacific's 100th Aircraft Greets the Past|url=https://www.cathaypacific.com/cpa/en_NZ/aboutus/pressroomdetails?refID=eebc5609a676d010VgnVCM32000011d21c39____|publisher=Cathay Pacific|date=1 September 2006|accessdate=4 July 2009}}</ref> The aircraft was named ''Progress Hong Kong'', a name that was chosen from a competition by the staff.<ref name=100thAC/>

Joe Morgan

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Houston Colt .45s/Astros

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Early in his career, Morgan had trouble with his swing because he kept his back elbow down too low. Teammate [[Nellie Fox]] (also a stocky second baseman) suggested to Morgan that while at the plate he should flap his back arm like a chicken to keep his elbow up.<ref>Jauss, Bill. [http://articles.chicagotribune.com/1990-08-05/sports/9003060053_1_joe-morgan-bases-nelson-fox "Morgan A Tribute To Game's 'Little Men': One Of His Idols Was Nellie Fox,"] ''Chicago Tribune'' (August 5, 1990).</ref> Morgan followed the advice, and his flapping arm became Morgan's signature.
 
Early in his career, Morgan had trouble with his swing because he kept his back elbow down too low. Teammate [[Nellie Fox]] (also a stocky second baseman) suggested to Morgan that while at the plate he should flap his back arm like a chicken to keep his elbow up.<ref>Jauss, Bill. [http://articles.chicagotribune.com/1990-08-05/sports/9003060053_1_joe-morgan-bases-nelson-fox "Morgan A Tribute To Game's 'Little Men': One Of His Idols Was Nellie Fox,"] ''Chicago Tribune'' (August 5, 1990).</ref> Morgan followed the advice, and his flapping arm became Morgan's signature.
   
Morgan played ten seasons for Houston, compiling 72 home runs and 219 stolen bases. He made the [[Major League Baseball All-Star Game|All Star Team]] twice during this period, in 1966 and 1970. On June 25, 1966, Morgan was struck on the kneecap by a line drive (hit by [[Lee Maye]]) during batting practice.<ref>[http://www.astrosdaily.com/history/1966/timeline.html "1966 – Timeline,"] Astros Daily. Accessed June 25, 2012.</ref> The broken kneecap forced Morgan out of the lineup for 40 games, during which the Astros went 11-29 (for a .275 [[winning percentage]]).
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Morgan played 10 seasons for Houston, compiling 72 home runs and 219 stolen bases. He made the [[Major League Baseball All-Star Game|All Star Team]] twice during this period, in 1966 and 1970. On June 25, 1966, Morgan was struck on the kneecap by a line drive (hit by [[Lee Maye]]) during batting practice.<ref>[http://www.astrosdaily.com/history/1966/timeline.html "1966 – Timeline,"] Astros Daily. Accessed June 25, 2012.</ref> The broken kneecap forced Morgan out of the lineup for 40 games, during which the Astros went 11-29 (for a .275 [[winning percentage]]).
   
 
Although Morgan played with distinction for Houston, the Astros wanted more power in their lineup. Additionally, manager [[Harry Walker]] considered Morgan a troublemaker.<ref name="TBT">{{Cite book|title=The Team-by-Team Encyclopedia of Major League Baseball |last=Purdy |first=Dennis |authorlink= |coauthors= |year=2006 |publisher=Workman Publishing Company |location=New York City |isbn=0-7611-3943-5 |pages= }}</ref> As a result, they traded Morgan to the [[Cincinnati Reds]] as part of a blockbuster multi-player deal on November 29, 1971, announced at baseball's winter meetings.
 
Although Morgan played with distinction for Houston, the Astros wanted more power in their lineup. Additionally, manager [[Harry Walker]] considered Morgan a troublemaker.<ref name="TBT">{{Cite book|title=The Team-by-Team Encyclopedia of Major League Baseball |last=Purdy |first=Dennis |authorlink= |coauthors= |year=2006 |publisher=Workman Publishing Company |location=New York City |isbn=0-7611-3943-5 |pages= }}</ref> As a result, they traded Morgan to the [[Cincinnati Reds]] as part of a blockbuster multi-player deal on November 29, 1971, announced at baseball's winter meetings.

Kristi Noem

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|name = Kristi Noem
 
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|image = Kristi L. Noem 113th Congress.jpg
|order = 33rd [[Governor of South Dakota|Governor of South Dakota]]
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|order = 33rd [[Governor of South Dakota]]
 
|lieutenant = [[Larry Rhoden]]
 
|lieutenant = [[Larry Rhoden]]
 
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|term_start = January 5, 2019

Looking-glass self

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[[File:The looking glass self.png|right|thumb|300px|This drawing depicts the looking-glass self. The person at the front of the image is looking into four mirrors, each of which reflects someone else's image of him back to him.]]
 
[[File:The looking glass self.png|right|thumb|300px|This drawing depicts the looking-glass self. The person at the front of the image is looking into four mirrors, each of which reflects someone else's image of him back to him.]]
   
The '''looking-glass self'''<ref>The term is sometimes [[hyphen]]ated in the literature, sometimes not. Compare, for example, the titles of Shaffer (2005) and Yeung & Martin (2003), below.</ref> is a [[Social Psychology|social psychological]] concept introduced and coined by [[Charles Cooley|Charles Horton Cooley]] in his work, ''Human Nature and the Social Order'' in 1902.<ref>From Charles Horton Cooley, ''Human Nature and the Social Order'', New York: Scribner's, 1902, pp. 152:</ref> The concept of the looking-glass self describes the development of one's self and of one's identity through one's interpersonal interactions within the context of society. As Cooley explains, society is an interweaving and inter-working of mental selves.
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The '''looking-glass self'''<ref>The term is sometimes [[hyphen]]ated in the literature, sometimes not. Compare, for example, the titles of Shaffer (2005) and Yeung & Martin (2003), below.</ref> is a [[Social Psychology|social psychological]] concept introduced and coined by [[Charles Cooley|Charles Horton Cooley]] in his work, ''Human Nature and the Social Order'' in 1902.<ref>From Charles Horton Cooley, ''Human Nature and the Social Order'', New York: Scribner's, 1902, pp. 152:</ref> The concept of the looking-glass self describes the development of one's self and of one's identity through one's interpersonal interactions within the context of society. As Cooley gay explains, society is an interweaving and inter-working of mental selves.
   
According to Lisa McIntyre's ''The Practical Skeptic: Core Concepts in Sociology'', the concept of the looking-glass self expresses the tendency for one to understand oneself through their the perception which others may hold of them. <ref>McIntyre, Lisa. ''The Practical Skeptic: Core Concepts in Sociology''. 3rd ed. New York: McGraw Hill, 2006. {{ISBN|0-07-288524-6}}.</ref> Essentially, how one views oneself and acts heavily depends on what the individual believes other people thinks of the individual. This process is theorized to develop one's sense of identity. Therefore identity, or [[self]], is the result of learning to see ourselves through what we perceive to be the perceptions of others. <ref>Yeung, King-To, and Martin, John Levi. "The Looking Glass Self: An Empirical Test and Elaboration." ''Social Forces'' 81, no. 3 (2003): 843–879.</ref>
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According to Lisa McIntyre's ''The Practical Skeptic: Core Concepts in Sociology'', the concept of the looking-glass self expresses the tendency for one to understand oneself through their the perception which others may hold of them. <ref>McIntyre, Lisa. ''The Practical Skeptic: Core Concepts in Sociology''. 3rd ed. New York: McGraw Hill, 2006. {{ISBN|0-07-288524-6}}.</ref> Essentially, how one views oneself and acts heavily depends on what the individual believes other people thinks of the individual. This process is theorized to develop one's sense of identity. Therefore identity, or [[self]], is the result of learning to see ourselves through what we perceive to be the perceptions of others. <ref>Yeung, King-To, and Martin, John Levi. "The Looking Glass Self: An Empirical Test and Elaboration." ''Social Forces'' 81, no. 3 (2003): 843
   
 
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== Three main components ==

Lillestrøm SK

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* {{flagicon|Iceland}} [[Karl Guðmundsson]] (1958), (1960)
 
* {{flagicon|Iceland}} [[Karl Guðmundsson]] (1958), (1960)
 
* {{flagicon|Norway}} [[Ragnar Larsen]] (1962)
 
* {{flagicon|Norway}} [[Ragnar Larsen]] (1962)
* {{flagicon|Norway}} [[Joar Hoff]] (1973), (1975–76)
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* {{flagicon|England}} [[Joe Hooley]] (1977–1980)
 
* {{flagicon|England}} [[Joe Hooley]] (1977–1980)
 
* {{flagicon|Norway}} [[Kjell Schou-Andreassen]] (1980–1982)
 
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* {{flagicon|Norway}} [[Tom Lund]] (1985–1988)
 
* {{flagicon|Norway}} [[Tom Lund]] (1985–1988)
 
* {{flagicon|Scotland}} [[David Hay]] (1989–1990)
 
* {{flagicon|Scotland}} [[David Hay]] (1989–1990)
 
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* {{flagicon|Norway}} Tom Lund (July 1, 1990 – June 30, 1991)
 
* {{flagicon|Norway}} Tom Lund (July 1, 1990 – June 30, 1991)
 
* {{flagicon|Norway}} Ivar Hoff (1991–1993)
 
* {{flagicon|Norway}} Ivar Hoff (1991–1993)
 
* {{flagicon|Iceland}} [[Teitur Þórðarson]] (1994– Sept 9, 1995)
 
* {{flagicon|Iceland}} [[Teitur Þórðarson]] (1994– Sept 9, 1995)
 
* {{flagicon|Norway}} [[Arne Erlandsen]]/{{flagicon|Norway}} [[Kjetil Osvold]] (Sept 10, 1995–1996)
 
* {{flagicon|Norway}} [[Arne Erlandsen]]/{{flagicon|Norway}} [[Kjetil Osvold]] (Sept 10, 1995–1996)
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* {{flagicon|Norway}} [[Per Brogeland]] (1996– June 1, 1997)
 
* {{flagicon|Norway}} [[Per Brogeland]] (1996– June 1, 1997)
 
* {{flagicon|Norway}} [[Even Pellerud]] (1997)
 
* {{flagicon|Norway}} [[Even Pellerud]] (1997)

Annalise Braakensiek

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==Life and career==
Braakensiek had a successful career as a model, with some acting work, over a period of several years. She told the ''[[The Daily Telegraph (Sydney)|Daily Telegraph]]'' in 2017 that she had never really wanted to be a model.{{cn|date=January 2019}} She said she had deferred her university studies, thinking she would do modelling for a year, but was still doing it twenty-five years later. She also worked as a jewellery and lingerie designer, and was a vegan blogger, as well as creating the catering company Love Lunch.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://lovelunch.com.au/about-annalise/|title=About Annalise|work=LoveLunch.com.au|accessdate=9 January 2019}}</ref><ref>[https://www.facebook.com/pg/lovelunchbyannalise/about/?ref=page_internal Love Lunch at Facebook]</ref>
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Braakensiek had a successful career as a model, with some acting work, over a period of several years. She told the ''[[The Daily Telegraph (Sydney)|Daily Telegraph]]'' in 2017 that she had never really wanted to be a model.<ref>Daily Telegraph, 2019-1-8, p.9</ref> She said she had deferred her university studies, thinking she would do modelling for a year, but was still doing it twenty-five years later. She also worked as a jewellery and lingerie designer, and was a vegan blogger, as well as creating the catering company Love Lunch.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://lovelunch.com.au/about-annalise/|title=About Annalise|work=LoveLunch.com.au|accessdate=9 January 2019}}</ref><ref>[https://www.facebook.com/pg/lovelunchbyannalise/about/?ref=page_internal Love Lunch at Facebook]</ref>
   
 
Braakensiek became an ambassador for Australian [[mental health]] charity [[RUOK? Day|R U OK?]].<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-01-07/annalise-braakensiek-found-dead-in-sydney-apartment/10688636|title=Mental health ambassador found dead in Sydney home|first=Cameron|last=Gooley|date=7 January 2019|website=ABC News|accessdate=8 January 2019}}</ref> In 2017, she talked about her battles with depression following the deaths of people close to her, adding that at times she "couldn't get out of bed."<ref name="SMH">{{cite web|url=https://www.smh.com.au/national/nsw/sydney-model-found-dead-in-her-inner-city-apartment-20190107-p50px4.html|title=Sydney model found dead in her inner city apartment|first=Rachel|last=Clun|date=6 January 2019|website=The Sydney Morning Herald|accessdate=9 January 2019}}</ref>
 
Braakensiek became an ambassador for Australian [[mental health]] charity [[RUOK? Day|R U OK?]].<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-01-07/annalise-braakensiek-found-dead-in-sydney-apartment/10688636|title=Mental health ambassador found dead in Sydney home|first=Cameron|last=Gooley|date=7 January 2019|website=ABC News|accessdate=8 January 2019}}</ref> In 2017, she talked about her battles with depression following the deaths of people close to her, adding that at times she "couldn't get out of bed."<ref name="SMH">{{cite web|url=https://www.smh.com.au/national/nsw/sydney-model-found-dead-in-her-inner-city-apartment-20190107-p50px4.html|title=Sydney model found dead in her inner city apartment|first=Rachel|last=Clun|date=6 January 2019|website=The Sydney Morning Herald|accessdate=9 January 2019}}</ref>

Green Day

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=== Timeline ===
 
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id:drums value:orange legend:Drums,_percussion
 
 
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bar:Jason from:02/14/2012 till:08/11/2016 color:rguitar
 
bar:Jason from:02/14/2012 till:08/11/2016 color:backingvocals width:3
 
 
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bar:Sean from:01/01/1986 till:01/01/1988 color:bass
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bar:Raj from:01/01/1986 till:01/01/1987 color:drums
 
bar:Raj from:01/01/1986 till:01/01/1987 color:drums
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bar:John from:01/01/1987 till:09/01/1990 color:drums
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bar:Dave from:10/15/1990 till:11/01/1990 color:drums
 
bar:Dave from:10/15/1990 till:11/01/1990 color:drums
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bar:Tre from:11/01/1990 till:end color:drums
 
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===Theater Tour 1996===
 
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|quote = None of us wanted to play this Nothing Records showcase in the first place, and now I've inadvertently injured my drummer, nailing him with a microphone stand and landing him in the hospital. We had wanted to do a Marilyn Manson show to kick off the tour for ''Antichrist Superstar'', but this turned into some sort of strange ego trip which I'm sure was just to make us look foolish. I'm going to go to sleep now and pretend like this didn't happen. This wasn't the beginning of the tour, it was one last favor.
 
|quote = None of us wanted to play this Nothing Records showcase in the first place, and now I've inadvertently injured my drummer, nailing him with a microphone stand and landing him in the hospital. We had wanted to do a Marilyn Manson show to kick off the tour for ''Antichrist Superstar'', but this turned into some sort of strange ego trip which I'm sure was just to make us look foolish. I'm going to go to sleep now and pretend like this didn't happen. This wasn't the beginning of the tour, it was one last favor.

Michael M Sailo

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| birth_date = {{birth date|1979|11|16|df=y}}
 
| birth_date = {{birth date|1979|11|16|df=y}}
 
| birth_place = [[Aizawl]], Mizoram, India
 
| birth_place = [[Aizawl]], Mizoram, India
| death_date = {{death date and age|2017|4|07|df=y}}
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| death_date = {{death date and age|2017|4|07|1979|11|16|df=y}}
 
| death_place = Aizawl, Mizoram, India
 
| death_place = Aizawl, Mizoram, India
 
| occupation = Singer
 
| occupation = Singer
 
| children = 2 sons
 
| children = 2 sons
| parents =
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| parents = Lalsanga Sailo and Nunthari Sailo
 
| awards = Lelte Award for Best Rapper
 
| awards = Lelte Award for Best Rapper
 
| website =
 
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==Biography==
 
==Biography==
Michael M Sailo was born to Lalsanga Sailo leh Nunthari Sailo in Aizawl. He did his elementary education in Pune. He joined [[Spicer Adventist University]] where he won medals at singing competitions. There he met African group that inspired him to take up rap music. Joining the group he toured south Indian cities such as Hyderabad, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai. He opened for various groups including VIVA. Returning to Mizoram, he brought along the rap music for which he received the following awards<ref>{{cite web |title=Michael M Sailo live performance hmuh tur a awm thei dawn tawh lo! |url=http://zalen.co.in/michael-m-sailo-live-performance-hmuh-tur-a-awm-thei-dawn-tawh-lo/ |website=Zalen |accessdate=5 January 2019}}</ref>:
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Michael M Sailo was born to Lalsanga Sailo and Nunthari Sailo in Aizawl. He did his elementary education in Pune. He joined [[Spicer Adventist University]] where he won medals at singing competitions. There he met African group that inspired him to take up rap music. Joining the group he toured south Indian cities such as Hyderabad, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai. He opened for various groups including VIVA. Returning to Mizoram, he brought along the rap music for which he received the following awards<ref>{{cite web |title=Michael M Sailo live performance hmuh tur a awm thei dawn tawh lo! |url=http://zalen.co.in/michael-m-sailo-live-performance-hmuh-tur-a-awm-thei-dawn-tawh-lo/ |website=Zalen |accessdate=5 January 2019}}</ref>:
 
* Best Rapper of the Lelte Award.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://phualvatimes.com/thousands-bids-adieu-to-mizorams-rap-artist-michael-m-sailo-pictures/|title=Thousands bids adieu to Mizoram's rap artist Michael M Sailo|website=Phulva Times|accessdate=5 January 2019}}</ref>
 
* Best Rapper of the Lelte Award.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://phualvatimes.com/thousands-bids-adieu-to-mizorams-rap-artist-michael-m-sailo-pictures/|title=Thousands bids adieu to Mizoram's rap artist Michael M Sailo|website=Phulva Times|accessdate=5 January 2019}}</ref>
 
* Best New Artist Award of Rimawi Khawvel.
 
* Best New Artist Award of Rimawi Khawvel.
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*[https://www.instagram.com/therealsailova/ Michael M Sailo on Instagram]
 
*[https://www.instagram.com/therealsailova/ Michael M Sailo on Instagram]
 
*[https://www.youtube.com/user/splashmore Michael M Sailo on Youtube]
 
*[https://www.youtube.com/user/splashmore Michael M Sailo on Youtube]
 
   
 
[[Category:Mizo people]]
 
[[Category:Mizo people]]

User:Abmiange

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User account Abmiange was created

Portunidae

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List of Hallmark Channel Original Movies

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* ''Morning Show Mysteries: Murder Most Fair'' <ref name="ubcp.com"/>
 
* ''Morning Show Mysteries: Murder Most Fair'' <ref name="ubcp.com"/>
 
* ''Morning Show Mysteries: Murder by Design'' <ref>http://www.ubcp.com/wp-content/uploads/Active-Productions-2019-01-08.pdf</ref>
 
* ''Morning Show Mysteries: Murder by Design'' <ref>http://www.ubcp.com/wp-content/uploads/Active-Productions-2019-01-08.pdf</ref>
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* ''Picture Perfect'' <ref name="ibtimes1">{{cite web|url=http://www.ibtimes.com/hallmark-renews-when-calls-heart-orders-34-christmas-movies-3-mysteries-2665225?amp=1|title=Hallmark Renews 'When Calls The Heart,' Orders 34 Christmas Movies, 3 Mysteries|last=Ellenbogen|first=Rachael|date=March 22, 2018|accessdate=April 3, 2018}}</ref>
* ''Picture Perfect'' <ref name="ibtimes1"/>
 
 
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Walt Disney

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===Illness, death and aftermath===
 
===Illness, death and aftermath===
 
[[File:Walt Disney Grave.JPG|thumb|upright|left|alt=A gravestone inscribed 'Walter Elias Disney', 'Lillian Bounds Disney', 'Robert B. Brown', Sharon Disney Brown Lund ashes scattered in paradise'|Grave of Walt Disney at Forest Lawn, Glendale]]
 
[[File:Walt Disney Grave.JPG|thumb|upright|left|alt=A gravestone inscribed 'Walter Elias Disney', 'Lillian Bounds Disney', 'Robert B. Brown', Sharon Disney Brown Lund ashes scattered in paradise'|Grave of Walt Disney at Forest Lawn, Glendale]]
Disney had been a [[Chain smoking|heavy smoker]] since World War&nbsp;I. He did not use cigarettes with [[cigarette filter|filters]], and had smoked a pipe as a young man. In November 1966, he was diagnosed with lung cancer and was treated with [[cobalt therapy]]. On November 30 he felt unwell and was taken to [[Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center|St. Joseph Hospital]] where, on December 15, ten days after his 65th birthday, he died of [[circulatory collapse]] caused by lung cancer.{{sfn|Gabler|2006|pp=626–31}} Disney's remains were cremated two days later, and his ashes interred at the [[Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)|Forest Lawn Memorial Park]] in [[Glendale, California]].{{sfn|Mosley|1990|p=298}}{{efn|A long-standing [[urban legend]] maintains that Disney was [[Cryonics|cryonically frozen]].{{sfn|Eliot|1995|p=268}} Disney's daughter Diane later stated that "There is absolutely no truth to the rumor that my father, Walt Disney, wished to be frozen."<ref name="WFP: Frozen" /> The rumor probably started when Bob Nelson told the Los Angeles Times that he thought Walt Disney wanted to be cryopreserved given that Walt Disney Studios had called him to ask a lot of questions about his organisation, the Cryonics Society of California.<ref name="mentalfloss">{{Cite web|url=http://mentalfloss.com/article/54196/disney-ice-truth-about-walt-disney-and-cryogenics|title=Disney on Ice: The Truth About Walt Disney and Cryogenics|date=2013-12-15|website=mentalfloss.com|language=en|access-date=2019-01-10}}</ref> Although Nelson had also specifically mentioned that "They had him cremated. I personally have seen his ashes."<ref name="mentalfloss"/>}}
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Disney had been a [[Chain smoking|heavy smoker]] since World War&nbsp;I. He did not use cigarettes with [[cigarette filter|filters]], and had smoked a pipe as a young man. In November 1966, he was diagnosed with lung cancer and was treated with [[cobalt therapy]]. On November 30 he felt unwell and was taken to [[Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center|St. Joseph Hospital]] where, on December 15, ten days after his 65th birthday, he died of [[circulatory collapse]] caused by lung cancer.{{sfn|Gabler|2006|pp=626–31}} Disney's remains were cremated two days later, and his ashes interred at the [[Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)|Forest Lawn Memorial Park]] in [[Glendale, California]].{{sfn|Mosley|1990|p=298}}{{efn|A long-standing [[urban legend]] maintains that Disney was [[Cryonics|cryonically frozen]].{{sfn|Eliot|1995|p=268}} Disney's daughter Diane later stated that "There is absolutely no truth to the rumor that my father, Walt Disney, wished to be frozen."<ref name="WFP: Frozen" />
   
 
His estate included a 14 percent holding in Walt Disney Productions worth $20&nbsp;million.{{efn|Disney held 26,000 shares, Lillian owned 28,000 and they jointly owned 250,000, which amounted to 14 percent.{{sfn|Gabler|2006|pp=629–30}}}}{{efn|$20&nbsp;million in 1966 equates to ${{formatnum:{{Inflation|US|20000000|1966}}}} in {{CURRENTYEAR}}, according to calculations based on the [[United States Consumer Price Index|Consumer Price Index]] measure of inflation.{{inflation-fn|US}}}} He left 45 percent of his estate to his wife and children{{nsmdns}}much in a family trust{{nsmdns}}and 10 percent to his sister, nieces and nephews.{{sfn|Gabler|2006|pp=629–30}} The remaining 45 percent went into a charitable trust, 95 percent of which was designated for CalArts, to build a new campus (a figure of around $15&nbsp;million); he also donated {{convert|38|acre|km2|3|abbr=on}} of the Golden Oaks ranch in [[Valencia, Santa Clarita, California|Valencia]] for construction of that school. The university moved there in November 1971.{{sfnm|1a1=Barrier|1y=2007|1p=320|2a1=Mannheim|2y=2016|2p=73}}
 
His estate included a 14 percent holding in Walt Disney Productions worth $20&nbsp;million.{{efn|Disney held 26,000 shares, Lillian owned 28,000 and they jointly owned 250,000, which amounted to 14 percent.{{sfn|Gabler|2006|pp=629–30}}}}{{efn|$20&nbsp;million in 1966 equates to ${{formatnum:{{Inflation|US|20000000|1966}}}} in {{CURRENTYEAR}}, according to calculations based on the [[United States Consumer Price Index|Consumer Price Index]] measure of inflation.{{inflation-fn|US}}}} He left 45 percent of his estate to his wife and children{{nsmdns}}much in a family trust{{nsmdns}}and 10 percent to his sister, nieces and nephews.{{sfn|Gabler|2006|pp=629–30}} The remaining 45 percent went into a charitable trust, 95 percent of which was designated for CalArts, to build a new campus (a figure of around $15&nbsp;million); he also donated {{convert|38|acre|km2|3|abbr=on}} of the Golden Oaks ranch in [[Valencia, Santa Clarita, California|Valencia]] for construction of that school. The university moved there in November 1971.{{sfnm|1a1=Barrier|1y=2007|1p=320|2a1=Mannheim|2y=2016|2p=73}}

Valsad railway station

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* 12943/44 [[Udyog Karmi Express|Valsad - Kanpur Central Udyog Karmi Express]]
 
* 12943/44 [[Udyog Karmi Express|Valsad - Kanpur Central Udyog Karmi Express]]
 
* 12929/30 [[Valsad - Dahod Intercity Express|Valsad - Dahod Intercity SF Express]]
 
* 12929/30 [[Valsad - Dahod Intercity Express|Valsad - Dahod Intercity SF Express]]
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* 59049/50 [[Valsad - Viramgam Passenger]]
* 59049/50 [https://indiarailinfo.com/train/-train-valsad-viramgam-passenger-59049/2771/67/364 Valsad - Viramgam Passenger]<ref>{{cite web| url=https://indiarailinfo.com/train/-train-valsad-viramgam-passenger-59049/2771/67/364| title=Valsad - Viramgam Passenger| website=India Rail Info}}</ref>
 
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* 69151/52 [[Valsad - Surat MEMU]]
* 69151/52 [https://indiarailinfo.com/train/-train-valsad-surat-memu-69151/2846/67/65 Valsad - Surat Memu]<ref>{{cite web| url=https://indiarailinfo.com/train/-train-valsad-surat-memu-69151/2846/67/65| title=Valsad - Surat Memu| website=India Rail Info}}</ref>
 
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* 59023/24 [[Valsad - Mumbai Central Fast Passenger]]
* 59023/24 [https://indiarailinfo.com/train/-train-mumbai-central-valsad-fast-passenger-59023/2860/12293/67 Valsad - Mumbai Central Fast Passenger]<ref>{{cite web| url=https://indiarailinfo.com/train/-train-mumbai-central-valsad-fast-passenger-59023/2860/12293/67| title=Valsad - Mumbai Central Fast Passenger| website=India Rail Info}}</ref>
 
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* 69153/54 [[Valsad - Umargam Road MEMU]]
* 69153/54 [https://indiarailinfo.com/train/-train-umargam-valsad-memu-69153/2856/1900/3532 Valsad - Umargam Memu]<ref>{{cite web| url=https://indiarailinfo.com/train/-train-umargam-valsad-memu-69153/2856/1900/3532| title=Valsad - Umargam Memu| website=India Rail Info}}</ref>
 
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* 09072 [[Valsad - Vapi Passengar Special]]
* 09072 [https://indiarailinfo.com/train/-train-valsad-vapi-passenger-special-09072/81488/67/68 Valsad - Vapi Passengar Special]<ref>{{cite web| url=https://indiarailinfo.com/train/-train-valsad-vapi-passenger-special-09072/81488/67/68| title=Valsad - Vapi Passengar Special| website=India Rail Info}}</ref>
 
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* 59046 [[Valsad - Bandra Terminus Passenger]]
* 59046 [https://indiarailinfo.com/train/-train-valsad-bandra-terminus-passenger-59046/2865/67/303 Valsad - Bandra Terminus Passenger]<ref>{{cite web| url=https://indiarailinfo.com/train/-train-valsad-bandra-terminus-passenger-59046/2865/67/303| title=Valsad - Bandra Terminus Passenger| website=India Rail Info}}</ref>
 
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* 69140 [[Valsad - Virar MEMU]]
* 69140 [https://indiarailinfo.com/train/-train-valsad-virar-memu-69140/2859/67/966 Valsad - Virar Memu]<ref>{{cite web| url=https://indiarailinfo.com/train/-train-valsad-virar-memu-69140/2859/67/966| title=Valsad - Virar Memu| website=India Rail Info}}</ref>
 
   
 
Following Major trains halt at Valsad Railway Station :
 
Following Major trains halt at Valsad Railway Station :

Draft:Lanka Impact Investing Network (LIIN)

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=== Social Enterprise Fund (SEF) ===
 
Investing in small social enterprises at the acceleration stage with growth potential and quantifiable social/environmental impacts.
 
Investing in small social enterprises at the acceleration stage with growth potential and quantifiable social/environmental impacts.
   
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Close: 31st March 2019
 
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=== '''Social Impact Fund (SIF)''' ===
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=== Social Impact Fund (SIF) ===
 
Investment in relatively more established enterprises in the growth stage quantifiable social/environmental impacts
 
Investment in relatively more established enterprises in the growth stage quantifiable social/environmental impacts
   

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| title1 = Unreal City
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| lyrics1 = adapted from [[T.S.Eliot]]
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| music1 = Matteo Gagliardi
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| title2 = Mantra
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| music2 = Matteo Gagliardi
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| lyrics2 = Matteo Gagliardi
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| title3 = Hurry Up!
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| title4 = Time to say goodbye
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| music4 = Matteo Gagliardi
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| lyrics4 = Matteo Gagliardi
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| title5 = Speak to me
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| music5 = Diana D'Ascenzo
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| note5 = feat. Diana D'Ascenzo
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| music6 = Matteo Gagliardi
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| lyrics6 = Matteo Gagliardi
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| headline = ''Bedtime Rituals'' {{nobold|– Deluxe Edition}}
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| total_length = 36:16
 
| total_length = 36:16
 
| all_writing =
 
| all_writing =