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Cananga odorata

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[[File:Starr 061224-2876 Cananga odorata.jpg|thumb|right|220px|A ''Cananga odorata'' in [[Maui]]]]
 
[[File:Starr 061224-2876 Cananga odorata.jpg|thumb|right|220px|A ''Cananga odorata'' in [[Maui]]]]
'''''Cananga odorata''''', known as the '''cananga tree''' ({{Lang-id|kenanga}}, {{Lang-fil|ilang-ilang}}), is a tropical tree that is native to [[Indonesia]], [[Malaysia]], and the [[Philippines]]. It is valued for the [[perfume]] extracted from its flowers, called '''ylang-ylang''' {{IPAc-en|ˈ|iː|l|æ|ŋ|_|ˈ|iː|l|æ|ŋ}} {{respell|EE|lang|EE|lang}}<ref>OED</ref> (a name also sometimes used for the tree itself), which is an [[essential oil]] used in [[aromatherapy]]. The tree is also called the fragrant cananga, Macassar-oil plant, or perfume tree.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.plantnames.unimelb.edu.au/Sorting/Cananga.html |title=University of Melbourne: multilingual plant names database |publisher=Plantnames.unimelb.edu.au |date=2004-08-05 |accessdate=2012-12-30}}</ref><ref>p. 12 In: Vanoverbergh, Morice (1968). ''Iloko-English Dictionary:Rev. Andres Carro's Vocabulario Iloco-Español.'' Catholic School Press, [[CICM Missionaries|Congregation of the Immaculate Heart of Mary]], Baguio City, Philippines. 370pp.</ref> Its traditional Polynesian names include ''Mata'oi'' (Cook Islands), ''Mohokoi'' (Tonga), ''Moso'oi'' (Samoa), ''Moto'oi'' (Hawaii), and ''Mokosoi'', ''Mokasoi'' or ''Mokohoi'' (Fiji).<ref>{{cite web|url=http://cookislands.bishopmuseum.org |title=Cook Island Biodiversity and Natural Heritage |date=2007 |accessdate=18 June 2016}}</ref>
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'''''Cananga odorata''''', known as the '''cananga tree''' ({{Lang-id|kenanga}}, {{Lang-fil|ilang-ilang}}), is a tropical tree that is native to [[Indonesia]], [[Malaysia]], and the [[Philippines]]. It is valued for the [[perfume]] extracted from its flowers, called '''ylang-ylang''' {{IPAc-en|ˈ|iː|l|æ|ŋ|_|ˈ|iː|l|æ|ŋ}} {{respell|EE|lang|EE|lang}}<ref>OED</ref> (a name also sometimes used for the tree itself), which is an [[essential oil]] used in [[aromatherapy]]. The tree is also called the fragrant cananga, Macassar-oil plant, or perfume tree.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.plantnames.unimelb.edu.au/Sorting/Cananga.html |title=University of Melbourne: multilingual plant names database |publisher=Plantnames.unimelb.edu.au |date=2004-08-05 |accessdate=2012-12-30}}</ref><ref>p. 12 In: Vanoverbergh, Morice (1968). ''Iloko-English Dictionary:Rev. Andres Carro's Vocabulario Iloco-Español.'' Catholic School Press, [[CICM Missionaries|Congregation of the Immaculate Heart of Mary]], Baguio City, Philippines. 370pp.</ref> Its traditional Polynesian names include ''Mata'oi'' (Cook Islands), ''Mohokoi'' (Tonga), ''Moso'oi'' (Samoa), ''Moto'oi'' (Hawaii), and ''Mokosoi'', ''Mokasoi'' or ''Mokohoi'' (Fiji).<ref>{{cite web|url=http://cookislands.bishopmuseum.org |title=Cook Island Biodiversity and Natural Heritage |date=2007 |accessdate=18 June 2016}}</ref> Its Bengali name is কাঁঠালী চাঁপা (Kanthali Chapa).
   
 
The ylang-ylang vine (''[[Artabotrys odoratissimus]]'')<ref name=Britannica>{{cite web|url=http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/653363/ylang-ylang |title=Britannica.com |publisher=Britannica.com |date= |accessdate=2012-12-30}}</ref> and climbing ylang-ylang (''[[Artabotrys hexapetalus]]'')<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.tropicos.org/Name/1601435 |title=Tropicos |publisher=Tropicos |date= |accessdate=2012-12-30}}</ref> are woody, evergreen climbing plants in the same family. ''Artabotrys odoratissimus'' is also a source of perfume.<ref name=Britannica/>
 
The ylang-ylang vine (''[[Artabotrys odoratissimus]]'')<ref name=Britannica>{{cite web|url=http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/653363/ylang-ylang |title=Britannica.com |publisher=Britannica.com |date= |accessdate=2012-12-30}}</ref> and climbing ylang-ylang (''[[Artabotrys hexapetalus]]'')<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.tropicos.org/Name/1601435 |title=Tropicos |publisher=Tropicos |date= |accessdate=2012-12-30}}</ref> are woody, evergreen climbing plants in the same family. ''Artabotrys odoratissimus'' is also a source of perfume.<ref name=Britannica/>

TOZ rifle

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==Other repeating models==
 
==Other repeating models==
 
[[File:Toz-17-rifle.jpg|thumb|TOZ-17]]
 
[[File:Toz-17-rifle.jpg|thumb|TOZ-17]]
* '''[[TOZ-17]]''' — is a Soviet .22 Long Rifle, bolt-action rifle with 5 round detachable magazine. It has a similar appearance, sights and functions much the same as the [[Mosin–Nagant]] rifle.
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* '''[[TOZ-18]]''' — is a .22 LR, bolt-action rifle with 5 round detachable magazine. It was designed in late 1950s and based on single shot TOZ-16.
* '''[[TOZ-18]]''' —
 
* '''[[TOZ-21]]''' —
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* '''[[TOZ-78]]''' — is a .22 LR, bolt-action rifle. It uses 5- and 10 round detachable magazines.
* '''[[TOZ-78]]''' — is a Soviet .22 LR bolt-action repeating rifle. It uses 5- and 10 round detachable magazines.
 
   
 
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==References==

Thackeray (film)

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==Cast==
 
==Cast==
*[[ Nawazuddin Siddiqui ]] as [[Bal Thackeray]]<ref name=":0" />
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*[[ Nawazuddin Siddiqui ]] as [[Balasaheb Thackeray]]<ref name=":0" />
 
*[[ Amrita Rao ]] as Meena Tai Thackeray<ref name=":0" />
 
*[[ Amrita Rao ]] as Meena Tai Thackeray<ref name=":0" />
 
*[[Sudhir Mishra]] as Mastan <ref name=":0" />
 
*[[Sudhir Mishra]] as Mastan <ref name=":0" />

Template:Argentina squad 1967 South American Championship

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| p5 = [[Oscar Osvaldo Calics|Calics]]
 
| p6 = [[Juan Carlos Carone|Carone]]
 
| p6 = [[Juan Carlos Carone|Carone]]
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| p7 = [[Alberto Mario González|González]]
 
| p8 = [[Silvio Marzolini|Marzolini]]
 
| p8 = [[Silvio Marzolini|Marzolini]]
 
| p9 = [[Oscar Más|Mas]]
 
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University system

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Philippines

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*[[St. Paul University System]] (7 campuses)
 
*[[St. Paul University System]] (7 campuses)
 
*[[University of Perpetual Help System]] (4 [[University of Perpetual Help System DALTA|DALTA]] campuses, 5 [[University of Perpetual Help System Laguna|JONELTA]] campuses)
 
*[[University of Perpetual Help System]] (4 [[University of Perpetual Help System DALTA|DALTA]] campuses, 5 [[University of Perpetual Help System Laguna|JONELTA]] campuses)
*[[University of Rizal System]] (9 campuses)
 
 
*[[University of the Philippines (disambiguation)|University of the Philippines]] (8 constituent universities, with 10 campuses)
 
*[[University of the Philippines (disambiguation)|University of the Philippines]] (8 constituent universities, with 10 campuses)
   

March for Our Lives

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| venue =DONALD TRUMP IST EIN SCHEISS WIE ALLE ANDEREN POLITIKER
 
| location = [[Washington, D.C.]], over 800 other US cities, and more worldwide<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://www.news.com.au/world/north-america/march-for-our-lives-protest-millions-to-join-american-kids-marching-for-gun-control/news-story/5283d35c1494550c1a937b34ff402969|title=Millions back US kids set to march for their lives|date=March 24, 2018|work=[[news.com.au]]|access-date=May 5, 2018}}</ref>
 
| location = [[Washington, D.C.]], over 800 other US cities, and more worldwide<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://www.news.com.au/world/north-america/march-for-our-lives-protest-millions-to-join-american-kids-marching-for-gun-control/news-story/5283d35c1494550c1a937b34ff402969|title=Millions back US kids set to march for their lives|date=March 24, 2018|work=[[news.com.au]]|access-date=May 5, 2018}}</ref>
 
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Talk:Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum

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EXHIBITIONS IN THE MUSEUM
 
EXHIBITIONS IN THE MUSEUM
 
The Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum displays a permanent exhibition on the history of the Khmer Rouge Period and mounts temporary exhibitions. The temporary exhibitions are mainly focused on certain topics regarding the Khmer Rouge period, the living conditions and the impact of this time on the present society. In addition, a Mobile Exhibition has been created for educational purposes and regularly visits schools. <!-- Template:Unsigned --><small class="autosigned">—&nbsp;Preceding [[Wikipedia:Signatures|unsigned]] comment added by [[User:Khmerfor12|Khmerfor12]] ([[User talk:Khmerfor12#top|talk]] • [[Special:Contributions/Khmerfor12|contribs]]) 08:37, 14 January 2019 (UTC)</small> <!--Autosigned by SineBot-->
 
The Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum displays a permanent exhibition on the history of the Khmer Rouge Period and mounts temporary exhibitions. The temporary exhibitions are mainly focused on certain topics regarding the Khmer Rouge period, the living conditions and the impact of this time on the present society. In addition, a Mobile Exhibition has been created for educational purposes and regularly visits schools. <!-- Template:Unsigned --><small class="autosigned">—&nbsp;Preceding [[Wikipedia:Signatures|unsigned]] comment added by [[User:Khmerfor12|Khmerfor12]] ([[User talk:Khmerfor12#top|talk]] • [[Special:Contributions/Khmerfor12|contribs]]) 08:37, 14 January 2019 (UTC)</small> <!--Autosigned by SineBot-->
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ARCHIVE OF PRISONERS
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Over the three years of S-21 operation, prisoners were registered and identified upon arrival. Many were photographed wearing a tag showing, in the early years, only a number. In later years, the tag included a number, date of entry and name. Through these tags, the museum has been able to categorize prisoners by year. The more than 15,000 prisoners were men, women, children and foreigners. Here is a small sample:
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Sasha Velour

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'''Alexander "Sasha" Hedges Steinberg''' (born June 25, 1987), also known by the [[Drag (clothing)|drag]] name '''Sasha Velour''', is an American [[drag queen]], artist, and creative director, based in [[Brooklyn|Brooklyn, New York]].<ref name=":0">{{Cite web|url=http://sashavelour.com/about-1/|title=about|website=Sasha Velour|access-date=June 24, 2017}}</ref> Velour is known for winning the [[RuPaul's Drag Race (season 9)|ninth season]] of ''[[RuPaul's Drag Race]]'' in 2017.
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'''Alexander "Sasha" Hedges Steinberg''' (born June 25, 1987), also known by the [[stage name]] '''Sasha Velour''', is an American [[drag queen]], artist, and creative director, based in [[Brooklyn|Brooklyn, New York]].<ref name=":0">{{Cite web|url=http://sashavelour.com/about-1/|title=about|website=Sasha Velour|access-date=June 24, 2017}}</ref> Velour is known for winning the [[RuPaul's Drag Race (season 9)|ninth season]] of ''[[RuPaul's Drag Race]]'' in 2017.
   
 
== Early life and education ==
 
== Early life and education ==

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Date Gone Wrong is a web [[Miniseries|mini-series]], directed by Sharad Das Gupta and produced by [[Eros Now]] and Culture Machine. It is a short series of 10 episodes featuring hilarious experiences of first dates going wrong in the strangest and most unexpected manner.
 
   
 
Date Gone Wrong is a web [[Miniseries|mini-series]], directed by Sharad Das Gupta and produced by [[Eros Now]] and Culture Machine. It is a short series of 10 episodes featuring hilarious experiences of first dates going wrong in the strangest and most unexpected manner.
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Xatar

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== Controversy ==
 
== Controversy ==
 
=== Raid on a gold transporter ===
 
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In December 2009, he and his seven accomplices, disguised as cops and taxmen, attacked a gold transporter on the [[Bundesautobahn 81|A 81]] near [[Ludwigsburg]]. They captured 1.8 million Euros worth of dental gold and jewellery. Four of the eight offenders were arrested, two of them are in remand and the other two were released presumed innocent. Xatar and his label mate Samy and the two other fugitives were wanted by [[Interpol]], but were arrested in March 2010 in [[Iraq]].<ref>[http://www.stuttgart-journal.de/tp/pool/nachrichten-stuttgart/sj/2010/02/19/news/goldraub-von-ludwigsburg-xatar-im-irak-festgenommen/ Goldraub von Ludwigsburg - Xatar im Irak festgenommen] (German)</ref>
Det var i nittenniogfyrre eller cirka der omkring
 
da der var krig i Korea
 
skibet hed Jutlandia og det kom vidt omkring
 
for der var krig i Korea
 
udstyret fra kælder til sal
 
som et flydende hospital
 
 
Hej-Ho for Jutlandia
 
hun kommer som kaldet til slaget
 
hjemme er jægeren hjemvendt fra jagt
 
og sømanden hjemvendt fra havet
 
 
Når drengene de skal i krig sejler kvinderne forbi
 
på de røde-kors-malede skibe
 
og Lili Marleen synger, Auf Wiedersehn
 
når de falder på stribe
 
kanonerne spiller første violin
 
c'mon soldier - syng med på melodien
 
 
Hej-Ho for Jutlandia
 
hun kommer som kaldet til slaget
 
hjemme er jægeren hjemvendt fra jagt
 
og sømanden hjemvendt fra havet
 
 
Hun sejler gennem natten med alle sine børn
 
levende og døde
 
hvid som en jomfru og tapper som en ørn
 
går hun krigen i møde
 
sygeplejerske på seksten år
 
tilser soldaternes sår
 
 
Hej-Ho for Jutlandia
 
hun kommer som kaldet til slaget
 
hjemme er jægeren hjemvendt fra jagt
 
og sømanden hjemvendt fra havet.
 
   
 
== Discography ==
 
== Discography ==

List of minor DC Comics characters

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'''Vanderveer "Van" Wayne''' is the spoiled and rich cousin of [[Bruce Wayne]]. During his visit to his cousin, Van got himself into some trouble when he hired a con-artist to impersonate Batman while he posed as [[Robin (comics)|Robin]]. He did all this with the intention of impressing [[Dick Grayson]], but Van was not aware that they were, in fact, the real [[Batman|Dynamic Duo]]. Van had to be rescued from the con artist by Batman and Robin and in the aftermath of the situation, he learned a lesson in humility.<ref name="batman196206">{{Cite magazine |last=Finger |first=Bill |author-link=Bill Finger |last2=Moldoff |first2=Sheldon |author-link2=Sheldon Moldoff |last3=Paris |first3=Charles |author-link3=Charles Paris |last4=Starkman |first4=Stan |date=June 1962 |editor-last=Schiff |editor-first=Jack |editor-link=Jack Schiff |title=The Boy Who Was Robin |url=http://www.comics.org/issue/16959/#toc |magazine=Batman |volume=1 |issue=#148}}</ref>
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'''Vanderveer "Van" Wayne''' is the spoiled and rich cousin of [[Bruce Wayne]]. During his visit to his cousin, Van got himself into some trouble when he hired a con artist to impersonate Batman, while he posed as [[Robin (comics)|Robin]]. He did all this with the intention of impressing [[Dick Grayson]], but Van was not aware that they were, in fact, the real [[Batman|Dynamic Duo]]. Van had to be rescued from the con artist by Batman and Robin and in the aftermath of the situation, he learned a lesson in humility.<ref name="batman196206">{{Cite magazine |last=Finger |first=Bill |author-link=Bill Finger |last2=Moldoff |first2=Sheldon |author-link2=Sheldon Moldoff |last3=Paris |first3=Charles |author-link3=Charles Paris |last4=Starkman |first4=Stan |date=June 1962 |editor-last=Schiff |editor-first=Jack |editor-link=Jack Schiff |title=The Boy Who Was Robin |url=http://www.comics.org/issue/16959/#toc |magazine=Batman |volume=1 |issue=#148}}</ref>
   
 
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Cesare Battisti (born 1954)

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In 1976 he moved to [[Milan]], and took part in activities of the PAC, an [[autonomist Marxist]] group which conducted armed struggle, and which had a "horizontal", decentralized structure, opposed to the centralist organisation of the [[Red Brigades]] (BR). The organisation, which counted approximately 60 members, had its roots in [[Barona]], a district in the south of Milan.
 
In 1976 he moved to [[Milan]], and took part in activities of the PAC, an [[autonomist Marxist]] group which conducted armed struggle, and which had a "horizontal", decentralized structure, opposed to the centralist organisation of the [[Red Brigades]] (BR). The organisation, which counted approximately 60 members, had its roots in [[Barona]], a district in the south of Milan.
   
Four assassinations were committed by the PAC: Antonio Santoro, a prison guard accused by the PAC of mistreatment of prisoners (on June 6, 1978 in [[Udine]]); jeweler Pierluigi Torregiani, who had shot and killed a robber in an act of self-defense during a robbery (on February 16, 1979 in Milan); Lino Sabbadin, a butcher and member of the neo-fascist [[Italian Social Movement]] (on the same date, near [[Mestre]]); and [[DIGOS]] [[law enforcement agency]] agent Andrea Campagna, who had participated in the first arrests in the Torregiani case (on April 19, 1979 in Milan). The PAC also engaged in several robberies.{{citation needed|date=January 2009}}
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Four assassinations were committed by the PAC: Antonio Santoro, a prison guard accused by the PAC of mistreatment of prisoners (on June 6, 1978 in [[Udine]]); jeweler Pierluigi Torregiani, who had shot and killed a robber in an act of self-defense (on February 16, 1979 in Milan); Lino Sabbadin, a butcher and member of the neo-fascist [[Italian Social Movement]] (on the same date, near [[Mestre]]); and [[DIGOS]] [[law enforcement agency]] agent Andrea Campagna, who had participated in the first arrests in the Torregiani case (on April 19, 1979 in Milan). The PAC also engaged in several robberies.{{citation needed|date=January 2009}}
   
 
The murder of Torregiani and Sabbadin had been decided by the PAC because both of them had killed a robber-terrorist in the past, thus as an act of armed opposition to self-defense by attacked persons.<ref>[http://www.lexpress.fr/actualite/societe/justice/la-culpabilite-de-battisti-repose-sur-des-preuves_490352.html «La culpabilité de Battisti repose sur des preuves»], interview with public prosecutor [[Armando Spataro]], in ''[[L'Express (France)|L'Express]]'', 15 March 2004 {{fr icon}}</ref> Torregiani was killed as revenge in front of his 13-year-old son, who was also shot by his father as a result of a tragic error.<ref name="Evangelisti">[[Valerio Evangelisti]], [http://cesarebattisti.free.fr/articles/50questions.html ''Valerio Evangelisti répond à 50 questions''] {{fr icon}}</ref> The son was left paralysed, and the paraplegic Torregiani considers now that, in any case, Battisti is responsible for the shooting, and should serve his sentence in jail: "It's not about the person of Cesare Battisti" - he declared to the national press agency ANSA - "It's in order that everyone understands that, sooner or later, those who have committed such serious crimes should pay for their faults".<ref>{{it icon}} [http://www.ansa.it/opencms/export/site/notizie/rubriche/approfondimenti/visualizza_new.html_2113687881.html Torregiani: A Cesare Battisti chiederei solo perche] {{webarchive |url= https://web.archive.org/web/20070321155723/http://www.ansa.it/opencms/export/site/notizie/rubriche/approfondimenti/visualizza_new.html_2113687881.html |date= March 21, 2007}}, 18/03/2007</ref>
 
The murder of Torregiani and Sabbadin had been decided by the PAC because both of them had killed a robber-terrorist in the past, thus as an act of armed opposition to self-defense by attacked persons.<ref>[http://www.lexpress.fr/actualite/societe/justice/la-culpabilite-de-battisti-repose-sur-des-preuves_490352.html «La culpabilité de Battisti repose sur des preuves»], interview with public prosecutor [[Armando Spataro]], in ''[[L'Express (France)|L'Express]]'', 15 March 2004 {{fr icon}}</ref> Torregiani was killed as revenge in front of his 13-year-old son, who was also shot by his father as a result of a tragic error.<ref name="Evangelisti">[[Valerio Evangelisti]], [http://cesarebattisti.free.fr/articles/50questions.html ''Valerio Evangelisti répond à 50 questions''] {{fr icon}}</ref> The son was left paralysed, and the paraplegic Torregiani considers now that, in any case, Battisti is responsible for the shooting, and should serve his sentence in jail: "It's not about the person of Cesare Battisti" - he declared to the national press agency ANSA - "It's in order that everyone understands that, sooner or later, those who have committed such serious crimes should pay for their faults".<ref>{{it icon}} [http://www.ansa.it/opencms/export/site/notizie/rubriche/approfondimenti/visualizza_new.html_2113687881.html Torregiani: A Cesare Battisti chiederei solo perche] {{webarchive |url= https://web.archive.org/web/20070321155723/http://www.ansa.it/opencms/export/site/notizie/rubriche/approfondimenti/visualizza_new.html_2113687881.html |date= March 21, 2007}}, 18/03/2007</ref>

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[[Louis Bonaparte]] made Daendels [[colonel-general]] in 1806 and [[Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies]] in 1807. After a long voyage, he arrived in the city of [[Batavia, Dutch East Indies|Batavia]] (now [[Jakarta]]) on 5 January 1808 and relieved the former Governor General, [[Albertus Henricus Wiese]]. His primary task was to rid the island of [[Java (island)|Java]] of the British Army, which he promptly achieved.{{Citation needed|date=October 2010}}
 
[[Louis Bonaparte]] made Daendels [[colonel-general]] in 1806 and [[Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies]] in 1807. After a long voyage, he arrived in the city of [[Batavia, Dutch East Indies|Batavia]] (now [[Jakarta]]) on 5 January 1808 and relieved the former Governor General, [[Albertus Henricus Wiese]]. His primary task was to rid the island of [[Java (island)|Java]] of the British Army, which he promptly achieved.{{Citation needed|date=October 2010}}
   
He built new hospitals and military barracks, a new arms factories in [[Surabaya]] and [[Semarang]], and a new military college in Batavia. He demolished the [[Batavia Castle|Castle in Batavia]] and replaced it with a [[Colonial architecture in Jakarta|new fort]] at Meester Cornelis ([[Jatinegara]]), and built ''Fort Lodewijk'' (Fort Ludwig) in [[Surabaya]]. He also moved the central government from [[Kota, Jakarta|Old Batavia]] to [[Gambir, Jakarta|Weltevreden]], with a [[Ministry of Finance Building, Jakarta|palace]] built in [[Lapangan Banteng|Paradeplaats]]. However, his best-known achievement was the construction of the [[Great Post Road]] ({{lang-id|Jalan Raya Pos}}) across northern [[Java]] from [[Anyer|Anjer]] to [[East Java|Panaroecan]]. The road now serves as the main road in the island of [[Java]], called [[North Coast Road (Java)|Jalur Pantura]]. The thousand-kilometre road was completed in only one year, during which thousands of Javanese forced labourers died.<ref>Pramoedya sheds light on dark side of Daendels' highway. ''The Jakarta Post'' 8 January 2006.</ref>
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He built new hospitals and military barracks, a new arms factories in [[Surabaya]] and [[Semarang]], and a new military college in Batavia. He demolished the [[Batavia Castle|Castle in Batavia]] and replaced it with a [[Colonial architecture in Jakarta|new fort]] at Meester Cornelis ([[Jatinegara]]), and built ''Fort Lodewijk'' (Fort Ludwig) in [[Surabaya]]. He also moved the central government from [[Kota, Jakarta|Old Batavia]] to [[Gambir, Jakarta|Weltevreden]], with a [[Ministry of Finance Building, Jakarta|palace]] built in [[Lapangan Banteng|Paradeplaats]]. However, his best-known achievement was the construction of the [[Great Post Road]] ({{lang-id|Jalan Raya Pos}}) across northern [[Java]] from [[Anyer|Anyer]] to [[East Java|Panarukan]]. The road now serves as the main road in the island of [[Java]], called [[North Coast Road (Java)|Jalur Pantura]]. The thousand-kilometre road was completed in only one year, during which thousands of Javanese forced labourers died.<ref>Pramoedya sheds light on dark side of Daendels' highway. ''The Jakarta Post'' 8 January 2006.</ref>
   
 
He displayed a firm attitude towards the Javanese rulers, with the result that the rulers were willing to work with the British against the Dutch. He also subjected the population of [[Java]] to forced labour (''Rodi''). There were some rebellious actions against this, such as those in [[Cadas Pangeran]], West Java.
 
He displayed a firm attitude towards the Javanese rulers, with the result that the rulers were willing to work with the British against the Dutch. He also subjected the population of [[Java]] to forced labour (''Rodi''). There were some rebellious actions against this, such as those in [[Cadas Pangeran]], West Java.

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'''''Whaling: British Columbia's Least Known and Most Romantic Industry''''' is a silent black-and-white documentary film produced by Vancouver filmmaker [[Arthur D. Kean|A. D. Kean]] in the years 1916-1919. It is an early example of Canadian documentary filmmaking, and is the most complete of Kean's surviving productions. It is probably the earliest extant film to depict steam whaling on the west coast of North America.<ref>Duffy, Dennis J.; Mattison, David (1989). "[https://canadashistory.partica.online/canadas-history/the-beaver-feb-mar-1989/flipbook/28/ A. D. Kean: Canada's Cowboy Movie-Maker]". ''The Beaver''. February-March, '''69:1''': 31.</ref>
 
{{AFC submission|t||ts=20181217035313|u=Filmhunter|ns=118|demo=}}<!-- Important, do not remove this line before article has been created. -->'''''Whaling: British Columbia's Least Known and Most Romantic Industry''''' is a silent black-and-white documentary film produced by Vancouver filmmaker [[Arthur D. Kean|A. D. Kean]] in the years 1916-1919. It is an early example of Canadian documentary filmmaking, and is the most complete of Kean's surviving productions. It is probably the earliest extant film to depict steam whaling on the west coast of North America.<ref>Duffy, Dennis J.; Mattison, David (1989). "[https://canadashistory.partica.online/canadas-history/the-beaver-feb-mar-1989/flipbook/28/ A. D. Kean: Canada's Cowboy Movie-Maker]". ''The Beaver''. February-March, '''69:1''': 31.</ref>
 
   
 
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'''1916''': Kean left Victoria, BC, in late September aboard the whaling tender ''Gray'' and traveled to the company's whaling station at [[Kyuquot]], on the west coast of Vancouver Island. Here he filmed the arrival of dead whales, and the "flensing" and processing of the carcasses by Japanese workers. He later shipped out with Captain Willis Balcom aboard the whaler ''Black'' and filmed other whalers pursuing whales on the open sea''.'' On the third morning out, Balcom successfully harpooned a whale that fought for three hours before expiring. The ''Black'' then towed its catch back to the station for processing.<ref name=":0">Kean, A. D. (1916). "Whale Hunting Off the Coast of British Columbia." ''Industrial Progress and Commercial Record'', November, 125-28.</ref>
 
'''1916''': Kean left Victoria, BC, in late September aboard the whaling tender ''Gray'' and traveled to the company's whaling station at [[Kyuquot]], on the west coast of Vancouver Island. Here he filmed the arrival of dead whales, and the "flensing" and processing of the carcasses by Japanese workers. He later shipped out with Captain Willis Balcom aboard the whaler ''Black'' and filmed other whalers pursuing whales on the open sea''.'' On the third morning out, Balcom successfully harpooned a whale that fought for three hours before expiring. The ''Black'' then towed its catch back to the station for processing.<ref name=":0">Kean, A. D. (1916). "Whale Hunting Off the Coast of British Columbia." ''Industrial Progress and Commercial Record'', November, 125-28.</ref>
   
'''1917''': In April, Kean went out on the whaler ''W. Grant'' from Sechart whaling station on Vancouver Island's west coast. From the brief published description, the footage shot appears to have covered the same subjects as those filmed in 1916.<ref>''Victoria Daily Colonis''t (1917). "The Albernis." May 2, 1917, 4.</ref> In July, he again sailed from Victoria on the ''Gray'', which stopped at Kyuquot before proceeding to [[Rose Harbour, British Columbia|Rose Harbour whaliing station]] on Kunghit Island in the Queen Charlotte Islands. The filming objective on this trip was mainly the sea lion colony off Cape St. James (at the southern tip of the Islands); he sailed there with Captain William Heater on the ''W. Grant''.<ref>Kean, A. D. (1917). "Hunting the Sea Lion: An Exciting and Adventurous Sport which Foreshadows Industral Possibilities." ''Industrial Progress and Commercial Record'', December, 467-71.</ref>
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'''1917''': In April, Kean went out on the whaler ''W. Grant'' from Sechart whaling station on Vancouver Island's west coast. From the brief published description, the footage shot appears to have covered the same subjects as those filmed in 1916.<ref>''Victoria Daily Colonis''t (1917). "The Albernis." May 2, 1917, 4.</ref> In July, he again sailed from Victoria on the ''Gray'', which stopped at Kyuquot before proceeding to [[Rose Harbour, British Columbia|Rose Harbour whaliing station]] on Kunghit Island in the Queen Charlotte Islands. The filming objective on this trip was mainly the sea lion colony off Cape St. James (at the southern tip of the Islands); he sailed there with Captain William Heater on the ''W. Grant''.<ref>Kean, A. D. (1917). "Hunting the Sea Lion: An Exciting and Adventurous Sport which Foreshadows Industral Possibilities." ''Industrial Progress and Commercial Record'', December, 467-71.</ref>
   
 
'''1919''': While sailing on BC's northern coast and Queen Charlotte Islands with Dr. C. R. Marlatt, Kean visited Rose Harbour again in August. He took his movie camera out in a whaler that hunted off Cape St. James.<ref>Marlatt, C. R. (1932). "Cape St. James." ''Blackwood's Magazine'', February, 219-41.</ref>
 
'''1919''': While sailing on BC's northern coast and Queen Charlotte Islands with Dr. C. R. Marlatt, Kean visited Rose Harbour again in August. He took his movie camera out in a whaler that hunted off Cape St. James.<ref>Marlatt, C. R. (1932). "Cape St. James." ''Blackwood's Magazine'', February, 219-41.</ref>
 
   
 
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{{AFC submission|t||ts=20181217035313|u=Filmhunter|ns=118|demo=}}<!-- Important, do not remove this line before article has been created. -->'''''Whaling: British Columbia's Least Known and Most Romantic Industry''''' is a silent black-and-white documentary film produced by Vancouver filmmaker [[Arthur D. Kean|A. D. Kean]] in the years 1916-1919. It is an early example of Canadian documentary filmmaking, and is the most complete of Kean's surviving productions. It is probably the earliest extant film to depict steam whaling on the west coast of North America.<ref>Duffy, Dennis J.; Mattison, David (1989). "[https://canadashistory.partica.online/canadas-history/the-beaver-feb-mar-1989/flipbook/28/ A. D. Kean: Canada's Cowboy Movie-Maker]". ''The Beaver''. February-March, '''69:1''': 31.</ref>

== Filming ==

[[File:Whaling ADKean.jpg|thumb|640x360px|The "business end" of a harpoon cannon on a steam whaler. (Digital frame grab from A. D. Kean's ''Whaling''.)]]

After starting his filmmaking career in 1913-14, Kean soon became involved in recording the various industries of British Columbia. In the fall of 1916, he obtained permission to film aboard vessels of the Victoria Whaling Company.

'''1916''': Kean left Victoria, BC, in late September aboard the whaling tender ''Gray'' and traveled to the company's whaling station at [[Kyuquot]], on the west coast of Vancouver Island. Here he filmed the arrival of dead whales, and the "flensing" and processing of the carcasses by Japanese workers. He later shipped out with Captain Willis Balcom aboard the whaler ''Black'' and filmed other whalers pursuing whales on the open sea''.'' On the third morning out, Balcom successfully harpooned a whale that fought for three hours before expiring. The ''Black'' then towed its catch back to the station for processing.<ref name=":0">Kean, A. D. (1916). "Whale Hunting Off the Coast of British Columbia." ''Industrial Progress and Commercial Record'', November, 125-28.</ref>

'''1917''': In April, Kean went out on the whaler ''W. Grant'' from Sechart whaling station on Vancouver Island's west coast. From the brief published description, the footage shot appears to have covered the same subjects as those filmed in 1916.<ref>''Victoria Daily Colonis''t (1917). "The Albernis." May 2, 1917, 4.</ref> In July, he again sailed from Victoria on the ''Gray'', which stopped at Kyuquot before proceeding to [[Rose Harbour, British Columbia|Rose Harbour whaliing station]] on Kunghit Island in the Queen Charlotte Islands. The filming objective on this trip was mainly the sea lion colony off Cape St. James (at the southern tip of the Islands); he sailed there with Captain William Heater on the ''W. Grant''.<ref>Kean, A. D. (1917). "Hunting the Sea Lion: An Exciting and Adventurous Sport which Foreshadows Industral Possibilities." ''Industrial Progress and Commercial Record'', December, 467-71.</ref>

'''1919''': While sailing on BC's northern coast and Queen Charlotte Islands with Dr. C. R. Marlatt, Kean visited Rose Harbour again in August. He took his movie camera out in a whaler that hunted off Cape St. James.<ref>Marlatt, C. R. (1932). "Cape St. James." ''Blackwood's Magazine'', February, 219-41.</ref>


== Versions ==

The 1916 version was first screened in early December at the Dominion Theatres in both Vancouver and Victoria. A newspaper ad for the Victoria screening bills the film as ''Whaling in Northern British Columbia'' and includes the tagline "Special Local Pictures Showing Victoria's Whalers at Sea"<ref>"Dominion" [theatre ad], ''Victoria Daily Colonist'', Dec. 3, 1916, 18.</ref> A screening at Vancouver's Broadway Theatre later in December advertised the film as "''The Great Whale Hunt'' off the coast of Vancouver Island."<ref>"Broadway Theatre" [ad], ''Vancouver Daily World'', Dec. 21, 1916, 3.</ref>

It seems likely that Kean re-edited his film in 1917 and 1919 to incorporate new and better footage as it became available.
== Preservation Status ==

[http://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/discover/films-videos-sound-recordings/film-video-sound-database/Pages/item.aspx?IdNumber=11233 The surviving version], under the main title above, is preserved in the Ernest Belton collection at Library and Archives Canada (LAC) in Ottawa. The 35 mm master is 1131 feet in length and runs 16 minutes 45 seconds at presumed silent speed. It includes shots of the Rose Harbour whaling station, presumably shot in 1917 or 1919, along with footage and inter-titles matching the descriptions of the Vancouver Island footage in Kean's 1916 article "Whale Hunting."<ref name=":0" /> The film shows the preparation of harpoons and equipment, the search for whales, the pursuit, harpooning and killing of a whale, and all aspects of the processing of carcasses at the whaling station (the latter in graphic detail).The print's end title has an image of a variant British Columbia flag (the 1907 Canadian Red Ensign with an additional BC coat of arms at upper right), and superimposed text that reads "British Columbia Government Films." This would suggest that it represents the version circulated by the [[British Columbia Patriotic and Educational Picture Service|British Columbia Patriotic and Educational PIcture Service]], starting in 1920. A digital copy can be streamed in its entirety from the [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lQhMPNeyEHk LAC's YouTube channel].

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Sabine Thillaye was elected president of the [[Committee]] for European Affairs in July 2018. The members of this committee are in charge of informing their national parliament about european politics as well as [[European Union]](EU)-related policies. Moreover, the committee is controlling the respect for the principle of [[Subsidiarity|subsidarity]].
 
Sabine Thillaye was elected president of the [[Committee]] for European Affairs in July 2018. The members of this committee are in charge of informing their national parliament about european politics as well as [[European Union]](EU)-related policies. Moreover, the committee is controlling the respect for the principle of [[Subsidiarity|subsidarity]].
   
Since her election at the head of the committee, Thillaye has been arguing for an expansion of the committee's competences. Furthermore, she proposes to facilitate the exchange between the different parliamentary comittees. Together with [[Richard Ferrand]], [[parliamentary leader]] of [[La République En Marche!|La République en Marche!]], Thillaye introduced a resolution aiming at the promotion of the symbols of the European Union<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.assemblee-nationale.fr/15/propositions/pion0364.asp|title=Proposition de résolution de M. Richard Ferrand visant à promouvoir les symboles de l'Union européenne|last=|first=|date=|website=www.assemblee-nationale.fr|archive-url=|archive-date=03.11.2017|dead-url=|access-date=2019-01-11}}</ref> which was accepted on 27 November 2017.
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Since her election at the head of the committee, Thillaye has been arguing for an expansion of the committee's competences. Furthermore, she proposes to facilitate the exchange between the different parliamentary comittees. Together with [[Richard Ferrand]], [[parliamentary leader]] of [[La République En Marche!|La République en Marche!]], Thillaye introduced a resolution aiming at the promotion of the symbols of the European Union<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.assemblee-nationale.fr/15/propositions/pion0364.asp|title=Proposition de résolution de M. Richard Ferrand visant à promouvoir les symboles de l'Union européenne|last=|first=|date=|website=www.assemblee-nationale.fr|archive-url=|archive-date=2017-03-11|dead-url=|access-date=2019-01-11}}</ref> which was accepted on 27 November 2017.
   
 
On 28 June 2018, Sabine Thillaye introduced a report on "The role of national parliaments in the european decision making process".<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.assemblee-nationale.fr/15/pdf/europe/rap-info/i1123.pdf|title=Rapport d'information sur le rôle des parlements nationaux dans le processus décisionnel européen|last=|first=|date=28 June 2018|website=www.assemblee-nationale.fr|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|access-date=2019-01-11}}</ref> Amongst other things, it recommends granting the Committee for European Affairs the status a ''permanent committee'' thus enabeling it to take part in the legislative process. Furthermore, the report generally suggests strenghtening the relations between the national parliaments and the european institutions.
 
On 28 June 2018, Sabine Thillaye introduced a report on "The role of national parliaments in the european decision making process".<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.assemblee-nationale.fr/15/pdf/europe/rap-info/i1123.pdf|title=Rapport d'information sur le rôle des parlements nationaux dans le processus décisionnel européen|last=|first=|date=28 June 2018|website=www.assemblee-nationale.fr|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|access-date=2019-01-11}}</ref> Amongst other things, it recommends granting the Committee for European Affairs the status a ''permanent committee'' thus enabeling it to take part in the legislative process. Furthermore, the report generally suggests strenghtening the relations between the national parliaments and the european institutions.
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Sabine Thillaye is a member of the national assembly's defence committee, one of the house's eight permanent committees. On the committee, she is charged with questions related to european security policy as well as French-German defence cooperation.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www2.assemblee-nationale.fr/15/commissions-permanentes/commission-de-la-defense/(block)/40378|title=Commission de la défense nationale et des forces armées - Composition|last=|first=|date=2019-01-14|website=Assemblée nationale|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|access-date=2019-01-14}}</ref>
   
 
==References==
 
==References==

University system

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===Philippines===
 
===Philippines===
 
*[[De La Salle Philippines]] (7 campuses)
 
*[[De La Salle Philippines]] (7 campuses)
*[[Iloilo Science and Technology University]] (5 campuses)
 
 
*[[Mindanao State University]] (8 constituent universities, 3 attached colleges)
 
*[[Mindanao State University]] (8 constituent universities, 3 attached colleges)
 
*[[St. Paul University System]] (7 campuses)
 
*[[St. Paul University System]] (7 campuses)
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*[[University of Rizal System]] (9 campuses)
 
*[[University of Rizal System]] (9 campuses)
 
*[[University of the Philippines (disambiguation)|University of the Philippines]] (8 constituent universities, with 10 campuses)
 
*[[University of the Philippines (disambiguation)|University of the Philippines]] (8 constituent universities, with 10 campuses)
*[[West Visayas State University]] (6 campuses, 1 attached extension campus, 1 university hospital)
 
   
 
===Saudi Arabia===
 
===Saudi Arabia===

Sousa

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* Susa, the nickname for Jesusa Cruz Avilés, a fictional character who is part of the Puerto Rican comedy duo [[Susa y Epifanio]]
 
* Susa, the nickname for Jesusa Cruz Avilés, a fictional character who is part of the Puerto Rican comedy duo [[Susa y Epifanio]]
 
* Susa group, a species group of [[mountain gorilla]]s in Rwanda
 
* Susa group, a species group of [[mountain gorilla]]s in Rwanda
* SUSA, the Scottish University Sailing Association
 
 
* [[Sousaphone]], a wearable tuba associated with John Philip Sousa
 
* [[Sousaphone]], a wearable tuba associated with John Philip Sousa
 
* [[Sousa Esporte Clube]], Brazilian football (soccer) club
 
* [[Sousa Esporte Clube]], Brazilian football (soccer) club

ISGEC

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'''Isgec Heavy Engineering Ltd''' is a diversified global engineering company based in [[India]]. Established in 1933, Isgec Heavy Engineering Limited is a Rs. 3204 crore multi-product, multi-location public company providing engineering products to customers across 90 countries. It is ranked 329 in the 2018 [https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/marketstats/pageno-14,pid-59,sortby-CurrentYearRank,sortorder-asc,year-2018.cms] listing,<ref>{{cite news|title=ISGEC Heavy Engineering Share Price, NSE/BSE Live Stock Price & Company Profile|url=http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/saraswati-industrial-syndicate-ltd/stocks/companyid-12761.cms|accessdate=13 May 2016|work=The Economic Times}}</ref> and 280 in the [http://www.fortuneindia.com/fortune-500/company-list/isgec-heavy-engineering?year=2017 Fortune India 500] listing.<ref>{{cite news| url=http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/saraswati-industrial-syndicate-ltd/stocks/companyid-12761.cms | work=The Times Of India | title=ISGEC Heavy Engineering Ltd}}</ref>
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'''Isgec Heavy Engineering Ltd''' is a diversified heavy engineering company based in [[India]]. Established in 1933, Isgec Heavy Engineering Limited is a Rs. 3204 crore multi-product, multi-location public company providing engineering products to customers across 90 countries. It is ranked 329 in the 2018<ref>{{Cite Web|Title = ET|url=https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/marketstats/pageno-14,pid-59,sortby-CurrentYearRank,sortorder-asc,year-2018.cms}}</ref> listing,<ref>{{cite news|title=ISGEC Heavy Engineering Share Price, NSE/BSE Live Stock Price & Company Profile|url=http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/saraswati-industrial-syndicate-ltd/stocks/companyid-12761.cms|accessdate=13 May 2016|work=The Economic Times}}</ref> and 280 in the [[Fortune India 500|Fortune India 500 listing]].<ref>{{cite web|Fortune India 500 listing|url=http://www.fortuneindia.com/fortune-500/company-list/isgec-heavy-engineering?year=2017}}</ref><ref>{{cite news| url=http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/saraswati-industrial-syndicate-ltd/stocks/companyid-12761.cms | work=The Times Of India | title=ISGEC Heavy Engineering Ltd}}</ref>
 
It is also ranked at No. 198 (Standalone net sales rank) in the Business Standard BS1000 companies list released in March 2012.<ref>[http://www.business-standard.com/india/bs1000_12/pdf/bs-1000-2012_03.pdf Business Standard Link]</ref>
 
It is also ranked at No. 198 (Standalone net sales rank) in the Business Standard BS1000 companies list released in March 2012.<ref>[http://www.business-standard.com/india/bs1000_12/pdf/bs-1000-2012_03.pdf Business Standard Link]</ref>
 
 

State Bank of Indore

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State Bank of India helpline number.. 24x7 any problem anytime contact MI.. 08609315638//9572369776

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==External links==
 
==External links==
 
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{{reflist}}
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*[http://www.indorebank.org/ Official websiteState Bank of India helpline number..] [http://www.indorebank.org/ 24x7 any problem anytime contact MI..] [http://www.indorebank.org/ 08609315638//9572369776]
*[http://www.indorebank.org/ Official website]
 
   
 
{{Banking in India}}
 
{{Banking in India}}

Sasha Velour

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'''Alexander "Sasha" Hedges Steinberg''' (born June 25, 1987), also known by the [[Drag (clothing)|drag]] name '''Sasha Velour''', is an American [[drag queen]], artist, and creative director, based in [[Brooklyn|Brooklyn, New York]].<ref name=":0">{{Cite web|url=http://sashavelour.com/about-1/|title=about|website=Sasha Velour|access-date=June 24, 2017}}</ref> Velour is known for winning the [[RuPaul's Drag Race (season 9)|ninth season]] of ''[[RuPaul's Drag Race]]''.
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'''Alexander "Sasha" Hedges Steinberg''' (born June 25, 1987), also known by the [[Drag (clothing)|drag]] name '''Sasha Velour''', is an American [[drag queen]], artist, and creative director, based in [[Brooklyn|Brooklyn, New York]].<ref name=":0">{{Cite web|url=http://sashavelour.com/about-1/|title=about|website=Sasha Velour|access-date=June 24, 2017}}</ref> Velour is known for winning the [[RuPaul's Drag Race (season 9)|ninth season]] of ''[[RuPaul's Drag Race]]'' in 2017.
   
 
== Early life and education ==
 
== Early life and education ==

User:ALAN JOSEPH 2508

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User account ALAN JOSEPH 2508 was created

Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/List of positive integers and factors

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List of positive integers and factors: cmt

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*'''Please note''': I've split this list into five tables on five pages. This should make the list far more manageable. The list is now down to #791 on [[Special:LongPages]]. I could split this list into ten pages to reduce the size further. [[User:Buaidh|<span style="color:white;background-color:maroon;font-weight:bold;">&nbsp;Buaidh&nbsp;</span>]]<span style="font-size:70%;vertical-align:middle;"> [[User talk:Buaidh|talk]] [[Special:Contributions/Buaidh|contribs]]</span> 03:56, 14 January 2019 (UTC)
 
*'''Please note''': I've split this list into five tables on five pages. This should make the list far more manageable. The list is now down to #791 on [[Special:LongPages]]. I could split this list into ten pages to reduce the size further. [[User:Buaidh|<span style="color:white;background-color:maroon;font-weight:bold;">&nbsp;Buaidh&nbsp;</span>]]<span style="font-size:70%;vertical-align:middle;"> [[User talk:Buaidh|talk]] [[Special:Contributions/Buaidh|contribs]]</span> 03:56, 14 January 2019 (UTC)
 
*'''Comment/Question''': Buaidh, can I ask the rational behind creating this page? It's possible that this will help us determine whether it is sufficient for inclusion on Wikipedia. As to the objections about maintainability, I do not believe that should be an issue. Our understanding of these numbers are not being revised, and it is of finite length. [[User:NoCOBOL|NoCOBOL]] ([[User talk:NoCOBOL|talk]]) 05:57, 14 January 2019 (UTC)
 
*'''Comment/Question''': Buaidh, can I ask the rational behind creating this page? It's possible that this will help us determine whether it is sufficient for inclusion on Wikipedia. As to the objections about maintainability, I do not believe that should be an issue. Our understanding of these numbers are not being revised, and it is of finite length. [[User:NoCOBOL|NoCOBOL]] ([[User talk:NoCOBOL|talk]]) 05:57, 14 January 2019 (UTC)
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*'''Comment''' Separating the long list into several subarticles (and I don't think a subarticle title like [[List of positive integers and factors/2]] conforms to MOS) does not address other issues raised. You say this list "brings together this information"; why didn't you propose a merger of the other similar articles rather than duplicating them? If a reader would be better served with certain information in a single place (which I often support), then combine the information rather than adding redundancy (which I do not). However, I doubt any reader will be coming to Wikipedia in search of the factors of 8648; this goes beyond the realm of being encyclopedic. [[User:Reywas92|Reywas92]]<sup>[[User talk:Reywas92|'''Talk''']]</sup> 08:41, 14 January 2019 (UTC)

List of countries by GDP (PPP)

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[[File:GDP PPP 2017 Selection.svg|lang=en|thumb|Top 10 countries by GDP (PPP) in 2017]]
 
[[File:GDP PPP 2017 Selection.svg|lang=en|thumb|Top 10 countries by GDP (PPP) in 2017]]
   
This article includes a list of countries by their forecasted estimated [[gross domestic product]] based on [[purchasing power parity]], abbreviated GDP (PPP).<ref>{{cite web | url=http://www.investopedia.com/ask/answers/199.asp | title=What is GDP and why is it so important? | publisher=[[IAC/InterActiveCorp]] | work=[[Investopedia]] | date=26 February 2009 | accessdate=26 July 2016}}</ref> Countries are sorted by GDP PPP forecast estimates from financial and statistical institutions in the limited period January–April 2017, which are calculated at market or government official [[exchange rate]]s. The data given on this page are based on the [[Geary–Khamis dollar|international dollar]], a standardized unit used by economists.
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This article includes a list of countries by their forecasted estimated [[gross domestic product]] based on [[purchasing power parity]], abbreviated GDP (PPP).<ref>{{cite web | url=http://www.investopedia.com/ask/answers/199.asp | title=What is GDP and why is it so important? | publisher=[[IAC/InterActiveCorp]] | work=[[Investopedia]] | date=26 February 2009 | accessdate=26 July 2016}}</ref> Countries are sorted by GDP PPP forecast estimates from financial and statistical institutions in the limited period January–April 2017, which are calculated at market or government official [[exchange rate]]s. The data given on this page are based on the [[Geary–Khamis dollar|international dollar]], a standardized unit used by economists. Certain regions that are not widely considered countries such as the [[European Union]] and [[Hong Kong]] also show up in the list if they are distinct jurisdiction areas or economic entities.
   
 
GDP comparisons using PPP are arguably more useful than those using [[List of countries by GDP (nominal)|nominal GDP]] when assessing a nation's domestic market because PPP takes into account the relative cost of local goods, services and inflation rates of the country, rather than using international market exchange rates which may distort the real differences in per capita income.<ref name="ICP"/> It is however limited when measuring financial flows between countries and when comparing quality of same goods among countries.<ref name="CallenIMF">[https://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/fandd/2007/03/basics.htm PPP Versus the Market: Which Weight Matters?], imf.org, March 2007, Volume 44, Number 1</ref> PPP is often used to gauge global [[poverty threshold]]s and is used by the [[United Nations]] in constructing the [[human development index]].<ref name="ICP">{{cite web|url=http://www.afdb.org/fileadmin/uploads/afdb/Documents/Publications/4-Applications%20and%20Limitations%20of%20ICP%20Data.pdf |title=Part 4. Applications and Limitations of ICP Data |format=PDF |date= |accessdate=20 May 2014}}</ref> These surveys such as the International Comparison Program include both tradable and non-tradable goods in an attempt to estimate a representative basket of all goods.<ref name="ICP"/>
 
GDP comparisons using PPP are arguably more useful than those using [[List of countries by GDP (nominal)|nominal GDP]] when assessing a nation's domestic market because PPP takes into account the relative cost of local goods, services and inflation rates of the country, rather than using international market exchange rates which may distort the real differences in per capita income.<ref name="ICP"/> It is however limited when measuring financial flows between countries and when comparing quality of same goods among countries.<ref name="CallenIMF">[https://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/fandd/2007/03/basics.htm PPP Versus the Market: Which Weight Matters?], imf.org, March 2007, Volume 44, Number 1</ref> PPP is often used to gauge global [[poverty threshold]]s and is used by the [[United Nations]] in constructing the [[human development index]].<ref name="ICP">{{cite web|url=http://www.afdb.org/fileadmin/uploads/afdb/Documents/Publications/4-Applications%20and%20Limitations%20of%20ICP%20Data.pdf |title=Part 4. Applications and Limitations of ICP Data |format=PDF |date= |accessdate=20 May 2014}}</ref> These surveys such as the International Comparison Program include both tradable and non-tradable goods in an attempt to estimate a representative basket of all goods.<ref name="ICP"/>
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| 1 || {{flag|China}}{{refn|group=n|name=China note|Figure for [[Mainland China]]; excludes the two [[Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China|special administrative region]]s, namely [[Hong Kong]] and [[Macau]].}} || 23,120 || 2017&nbsp;<small>est.</small>
 
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title = The World Factbook| author= CIA| author-link =Central Intelligence Agency| access-date = 15 March 2015|date=2014|quote= Although the EU is not a federation in the strict sense, it is far more than a free-trade association such as ASEAN, NAFTA, or Mercosur, and it has certain attributes associated with independent nations: its own flag, currency (for some members), and law-making abilities, as well as diplomatic representation and a common foreign and security policy in its dealings with external partners. Thus, inclusion of basic intelligence on the EU has been deemed appropriate as a new, separate entity in The World Factbook. }}</ref>
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Hakea ivoryi

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==Taxonomy and naming==
 
==Taxonomy and naming==
The species was first formally described by [[Frederick Manson Bailey]] in 1901 as part of the work ''The Queensland Flora''.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://bie.ala.org.au/species/http://id.biodiversity.org.au/node/apni/2900078|title=''Hakea ivoryi'' F.M.Bailey|accessdate=25 October 2018|work=Atlas of Living Australia|publisher=[[Global Biodiversity Information Facility]]}}</ref>
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The species was first formally described by [[Frederick Manson Bailey]] in 1901 as part of the work ''The Queensland Flora''. Named after the collector of one of the syntypes of this species, William Ivory who sent cuttings to Bailey.
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==References==
 
==References==

First Battle of St Albans

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The Duke of York had made his intentions clear: he wanted Somerset punished and then executed. In a message to Henry VI he states:
 
The Duke of York had made his intentions clear: he wanted Somerset punished and then executed. In a message to Henry VI he states:
   
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This was dangerous territory that York was playing on, as he was demanding much from the King and setting the rules himself. The very act of displaying such an aggressive front to the King was treasonous, but his popularity kept York confident and supported. In a fit of uncharacteristic regency, Henry refused, replying:
 
This was dangerous territory that York was playing on, as he was demanding much from the King and setting the rules himself. The very act of displaying such an aggressive front to the King was treasonous, but his popularity kept York confident and supported. In a fit of uncharacteristic regency, Henry refused, replying:
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[[File:St_Albans_(Open_StreetMap)_+_armies.png|link=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:St_Albans_(Open_StreetMap)_+_armies.png|alt=Map of the 1st battle of St Albans|left|thumb|Map of the first Battle of St Albans, 22 May 1455]]
 
[[File:St_Albans_(Open_StreetMap)_+_armies.png|link=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:St_Albans_(Open_StreetMap)_+_armies.png|alt=Map of the 1st battle of St Albans|left|thumb|Map of the first Battle of St Albans, 22 May 1455]]
 
After several hours, Richard, despairing of a peaceful solution, decided to attack. Although his army might have been unwilling to attack King Henry, the [[Royal Standards of England|Royal Standard]] was not visible<ref>Sadler (2011), p.7</ref> and might even have been negligently propped against a wall by the royal standard-bearer, the [[James Butler, 5th Earl of Ormond|Earl of Wiltshire]].<ref>Sadler (2011), p.9</ref> The bulk of Henry's forces were surprised by the suddenness of Richard's attack; most of the army was expecting a peaceful resolution similar to the one at [[Blackheath, London|Blackheath]] in 1452. However, two Yorkist frontal assaults down the narrow streets against the barricades near St Peter's Church, which were commanded by [[Thomas Clifford, 8th Baron de Clifford|Lord Clifford]],{{sfn|Griffiths|p=745}} made no headway and resulted in heavy casualties for the Yorkists.{{sfn|Goodman|p=24}} The whole of the battle didn't last longer than a half-hour and was due mostly to the element of surprise that Warwick placed charging into the town when the Lancastrians were unprepared.
 
After several hours, Richard, despairing of a peaceful solution, decided to attack. Although his army might have been unwilling to attack King Henry, the [[Royal Standards of England|Royal Standard]] was not visible<ref>Sadler (2011), p.7</ref> and might even have been negligently propped against a wall by the royal standard-bearer, the [[James Butler, 5th Earl of Ormond|Earl of Wiltshire]].<ref>Sadler (2011), p.9</ref> The bulk of Henry's forces were surprised by the suddenness of Richard's attack; most of the army was expecting a peaceful resolution similar to the one at [[Blackheath, London|Blackheath]] in 1452. However, two Yorkist frontal assaults down the narrow streets against the barricades near St Peter's Church, which were commanded by [[Thomas Clifford, 8th Baron de Clifford|Lord Clifford]],{{sfn|Griffiths|p=745}} made no headway and resulted in heavy casualties for the Yorkists.{{sfn|Goodman|p=24}} The whole of the battle didn't last longer than a half-hour and was due mostly to the element of surprise that Warwick placed charging into the town when the Lancastrians were unprepared.

Matteo Salvini

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Texas Democratic Party

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===Texas eleven===
In 2003, a group of Democratic state legislators referred to as the [[Texas Eleven]] fled to [[New Mexico]] and [[Oklahoma]], to prevent the passage of dramatic redistricting legislation. Republicans had been pushing redistricting because Democrats had been sending more representatives to Congress, even though the state's voters had leaned Republican in recent years. U.S. House Majority Leader [[Tom DeLay]] called for the lawful arrest of the Texas Eleven. Their absence prevented a quorum during a special 30-day session of the legislature; afterwards, when Senator John Whitmire conceded, the rest followed, because his presence on the Senate floor met quorum.
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In 2003, a group of Democratic state legislators referred to as the [[Texas Eleven]] fled to [[New Mexico]] and [[Oklahoma]] to prevent the passage of dramatic redistricting legislation. Republicans had been pushing redistricting because Democrats had been sending more representatives to Congress, even though the state's voters had leaned Republican in recent years. U.S. House Majority Leader [[Tom DeLay]] called for the lawful arrest of the Texas Eleven. Their absence prevented a quorum during a special 30-day session of the legislature; afterwards, when Senator John Whitmire conceded, the rest followed, because his presence on the Senate floor met quorum.
   
 
===Texas Two-Step===
 
===Texas Two-Step===

Anna Nicole Smith

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==Personal life==
   
While working at Jim's Krispy Fried Chicken in Mexia, Smith met Billy Wayne Smith, a cook at the restaurant, and the couple married on April 4, 1985.<ref name = "Ancestry.com-Tx Marriage Collection">Ancestry.com. Texas Marriage Collection, 1814–1909 anition for ''[[Playboy]]'' magazine.</ref> She gave birth to their son, [[Daniel Wayne Smith]] on January 22, 1986.<ref name="employment">{{Cite news|url=http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/nationworld/2003563989_annanicole09.html|title=Living and dying in the spotlight | work=The Seattle Times | date=February 9, 2007}}</ref> She & Smith divorced on February 3, 1993 in Houston.<ref>Ancestry.com. Texas Divorce Index, 1968–2002 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.</ref>
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While working at Jim's Krispy Fried Chicken in Mexia, Smith met Billy Wayne Smith, a cook at the restaurant, and the couple married on April 4, 1985.<ref name = "Ancestry.com-Tx Marriage Collection">Ancestry.com. Texas Marriage Collection, 1814–1909 anition for ''[[Playboy]]'' magazine.</ref> She gave birth to their son, [[Daniel Wayne Smith]] on January 22, 1986.<ref name="employment">{{Cite news|url=http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/nationworld/2003563989_annanicole09.html|title=Living and dying in the spotlight | work=The Seattle Times | date=February 9, 2007}}</ref> Smith ad her husband divorced on February 3, 1993 in Houston.<ref>Ancestry.com. Texas Divorce Index, 1968–2002 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.</ref>
 
While performing in October 1991 at Gigi's (a Houston [[strip club]] later renamed as "Pleasures"), Smith met 86-year old [[petroleum]] tycoon, [[J. Howard Marshall]], a [[billionaire]] as a result of his 16% ownership stake in [[Koch Industries]]. During their two-year affair, Marshall reportedly lavished expensive gifts on Smith and asked her to marry him several times.<ref>''In re Marshall'' 275 B.R. 5, 21 (C.D. Cal. 2002).</ref> On June 27, 1994, Smith and Marshall were married in Houston<ref name = "Ancestry.com-Tx Marriage Collection"/>, resulting in speculation that she married him for his money.<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://abcnews.go.com/Primetime/story?id=1320909 |title=Fame and Infamy Surround Anna Nicole Smith|publisher=[[ABC News]] |date=November 17, 2005 |accessdate=February 14, 2007}}</ref> Smith reportedly never lived with Marshall, never had sex with him and never kissed him on the mouth more than ten times.<ref name="About">{{cite web |url=http://marriage.about.com/od/entertainmen1/p/annasmith.htm | title=The Marriages of Anna Nicole Smith | work=[[About.com]] |author =Sheri and Bob Stritof |accessdate=February 14, 2007| archiveurl= https://web.archive.org/web/20070211175738/http://marriage.about.com/od/entertainmen1/p/annasmith.htm| archivedate= February 11, 2007 | deadurl= no}}</ref> She maintained that she loved Marshall and that age did not matter to her. On August 4, 1995, thirteen months after his marriage to Smith, Marshall died in Houston at age 90.
 
While performing in October 1991 at Gigi's (a Houston [[strip club]] later renamed as "Pleasures"), Smith met 86-year old [[petroleum]] tycoon, [[J. Howard Marshall]], a [[billionaire]] as a result of his 16% ownership stake in [[Koch Industries]]. During their two-year affair, Marshall reportedly lavished expensive gifts on Smith and asked her to marry him several times.<ref>''In re Marshall'' 275 B.R. 5, 21 (C.D. Cal. 2002).</ref> On June 27, 1994, Smith and Marshall were married in Houston<ref name = "Ancestry.com-Tx Marriage Collection"/>, resulting in speculation that she married him for his money.<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://abcnews.go.com/Primetime/story?id=1320909 |title=Fame and Infamy Surround Anna Nicole Smith|publisher=[[ABC News]] |date=November 17, 2005 |accessdate=February 14, 2007}}</ref> Smith reportedly never lived with Marshall, never had sex with him and never kissed him on the mouth more than ten times.<ref name="About">{{cite web |url=http://marriage.about.com/od/entertainmen1/p/annasmith.htm | title=The Marriages of Anna Nicole Smith | work=[[About.com]] |author =Sheri and Bob Stritof |accessdate=February 14, 2007| archiveurl= https://web.archive.org/web/20070211175738/http://marriage.about.com/od/entertainmen1/p/annasmith.htm| archivedate= February 11, 2007 | deadurl= no}}</ref> She maintained that she loved Marshall and that age did not matter to her. On August 4, 1995, thirteen months after his marriage to Smith, Marshall died in Houston at age 90.
   

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| nativename = {{lang|kmr|Kurmancı}}, {{lang|kmr|کورمانجی|rtl=yes}}, {{lang|kmr-Cyrl|Кӧрманщи}}<br />{{lang|kmr|Kurdiya Jorın}}, {{lang|kmr-Arab|کوردیا ژۆرین|rtl=yes}}, {{lang|kmr-Cyrl|Кӧрдьйа Жорин}}
 
| states = [[Turkey]], [[Armenia]], [[Syria]], [[Iraq]], [[Iran]]
 
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'''Northern Kurdish''' ({{lang|kmr|Kurdiya jorîn}}, {{lang|kmr-Arab|کوردیا ژۆرین|rtl=yes}}), also called '''Kurmanji''' ({{lang|kmr|Kurmancî}}, {{lang|kmr-Arab|کورمانجی|rtl=yes}}), is a [[Kurdish languages|Kurdish language]] spoken in southeast [[Turkey]], northwest and northeast [[Iran]], northern [[Iraq]] and northern [[Syria]]. It is the most widespread language of the [[Kurdish languages]]. <!-- Kurmanji is difficult to classify, like Kurdish in general, due to strong influence from Persian and other neighbouring related Iranian languages, numerous lexical borrowings and conflicting or ambiguous dialectal traits. -->While Kurdish is generally categorized as one of the [[Western Iranian languages|Northwestern Iranian languages]] along with [[Balochi language|Baluchi]]<!-- given its placement regarding the very oldest isoglosses within Iranian -->,<ref name=Iranica>{{Cite encyclopedia|title=Kurdish language I. History of the Kurdish language|author-last=Paul|author-first=Ludwig|author-link=|encyclopedia=[[Encyclopædia Iranica]]|editor-last=Yarshater|editor-first=Ehsan|editor-link=Ehsan Yarshater|volume=|year=2008|publisher=Routledge|location=London and New York|url=http://www.iranicaonline.org/articles/kurdish-language-i|accessdate=28 August 2013}}</ref><ref>Windfuhr, Gernot (1975), "Isoglosses: A Sketch on Persians and Parthians, Kurds and Medes", Monumentum H.S. Nyberg II (Acta Iranica-5), Leiden: 457–471</ref> it also shares many traits with Southwestern Iranian languages like [[Persian language|Persian]], apparently due to longstanding and intense historical contacts, and some authorities have gone so far as to classify Kurmanji as a Southwestern or "southern"<!-- this is not a usually acknowledged subgroup, but seems to be merely an alternative term for "Southwestern Iranian" --> Iranian language.<ref>{{cite book|title=Turkey's Alevi Enigma: A Comprehensive Overview|year=2002|publisher=Brill|isbn=978-9004125384|editor=Paul J. White|page=23}}</ref><ref>{{cite book|last=Gunter|first=Michael M.|title=The A to Z of the Kurds|year=2009|publisher=The Scarecrow Press|isbn=978-0810868182|url=https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=Kurmanji+%28Kurmanc%C3%AE%29+or+Northern+Kurdish&hl=en&btnG=Google+Search&sourceid=Mozilla-search&start=0#q=Kurmanji+%28Kurmanc%C3%AE%29+or+Northern+Kurdish&hl=en&um=1&ie=UTF-8&tbo=u&tbm=bks&source=og&sa=N&tab=wp&ei=tfssUNOuE-Sp0QWX0oGoDA&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_cp.r_qf.&fp=f81dd1ab64a80a9f&biw=980&bih=418|page=112}}</ref>
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'''Northern Kurdish''' ({{lang|kmr|Kurdiya jorîn}}, {{lang|kmr-Arab|کوردیا ژۆرین|rtl=yes}}), also called '''Kurmanji''' ({{lang|kmr|Kurmancı}}, {{lang|kmr-Arab|کورمانجی|rtl=yes}}), is a [[Kurdish languages|Kurdish language]] spoken in southeast [[Turkey]], northwest and northeast [[Iran]], northern [[Iraq]] and northern [[Syria]]. It is the most widespread language of the [[Kurdish languages]]. <!-- Kurmanji is difficult to classify, like Kurdish in general, due to strong influence from Persian and other neighbouring related Iranian languages, numerous lexical borrowings and conflicting or ambiguous dialectal traits. -->While Kurdish is generally categorized as one of the [[Western Iranian languages|Northwestern Iranian languages]] along with [[Balochi language|Baluchi]]<!-- given its placement regarding the very oldest isoglosses within Iranian -->,<ref name=Iranica>{{Cite encyclopedia|title=Kurdish language I. History of the Kurdish language|author-last=Paul|author-first=Ludwig|author-link=|encyclopedia=[[Encyclopædia Iranica]]|editor-last=Yarshater|editor-first=Ehsan|editor-link=Ehsan Yarshater|volume=|year=2008|publisher=Routledge|location=London and New York|url=http://www.iranicaonline.org/articles/kurdish-language-i|accessdate=28 August 2013}}</ref><ref>Windfuhr, Gernot (1975), "Isoglosses: A Sketch on Persians and Parthians, Kurds and Medes", Monumentum H.S. Nyberg II (Acta Iranica-5), Leiden: 457–471</ref> it also shares many traits with Southwestern Iranian languages like [[Persian language|Persian]], apparently due to longstanding and intense historical contacts, and some authorities have gone so far as to classify Kurmanji as a Southwestern or "southern"<!-- this is not a usually acknowledged subgroup, but seems to be merely an alternative term for "Southwestern Iranian" --> Iranian language.<ref>{{cite book|title=Turkey's Alevi Enigma: A Comprehensive Overview|year=2002|publisher=Brill|isbn=978-9004125384|editor=Paul J. White|page=23}}</ref><ref>{{cite book|last=Gunter|first=Michael M.|title=The A to Z of the Kurds|year=2009|publisher=The Scarecrow Press|isbn=978-0810868182|url=https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=Kurmanji+%28Kurmanc%C3%AE%29+or+Northern+Kurdish&hl=en&btnG=Google+Search&sourceid=Mozilla-search&start=0#q=Kurmanji+%28Kurmanc%C3%AE%29+or+Northern+Kurdish&hl=en&um=1&ie=UTF-8&tbo=u&tbm=bks&source=og&sa=N&tab=wp&ei=tfssUNOuE-Sp0QWX0oGoDA&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_cp.r_qf.&fp=f81dd1ab64a80a9f&biw=980&bih=418|page=112}}</ref>
   
 
== Scripts and books ==
 
== Scripts and books ==

User talk:Jameswaves

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== Your submission at [[Wikipedia:Articles for creation|Articles for creation]]: [[Draft:James Nickele|James Nickele]] (January 14) ==
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'''James Christopher Nickele'''<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.linkedin.com/in/james-nickele-39163946/|title=James Nickele|last=Nickele|first=James|website=LinkedIn|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|access-date=https://www.linkedin.com/in/james-nickele-39163946/}}</ref> (born June 13, 1992) is an American musician, record producer, songwriter, singer, entrepreneur, construction worker and financial advisor and life insurance agent. He performs music under the stage name '''James Waves'''<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://open.spotify.com/artist/7KkkLoaYJ9h6pEnZgVBmUK|title=James Waves|website=open.spotify.com|language=en|access-date=2019-01-14}}</ref> and is also involved in other acts such as '''The Delta Waves'''<ref name=":0">{{Cite web|url=https://open.spotify.com/artist/11UGbYX2jtxmg8GSvKAIBf|title=The Delta Waves|website=open.spotify.com|language=en|access-date=2019-01-14}}</ref> and '''Gorilla Social'''<ref name=":1">{{Cite web|url=https://www.facebook.com/gorillasocialmusic/|title=Gorilla Social|website=www.facebook.com|language=en|access-date=2019-01-14}}</ref><ref name=":2">{{Cite web|url=https://open.spotify.com/artist/09kpVzra5iV4oUmlHuJVIW|title=Gorilla Social|website=open.spotify.com|language=en|access-date=2019-01-14}}</ref>'''.'''
 
'''James Christopher Nickele'''<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.linkedin.com/in/james-nickele-39163946/|title=James Nickele|last=Nickele|first=James|website=LinkedIn|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|access-date=https://www.linkedin.com/in/james-nickele-39163946/}}</ref> (born June 13, 1992) is an American musician, record producer, songwriter, singer, entrepreneur, construction worker and financial advisor and life insurance agent. He performs music under the stage name '''James Waves'''<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://open.spotify.com/artist/7KkkLoaYJ9h6pEnZgVBmUK|title=James Waves|website=open.spotify.com|language=en|access-date=2019-01-14}}</ref> and is also involved in other acts such as '''The Delta Waves'''<ref name=":0">{{Cite web|url=https://open.spotify.com/artist/11UGbYX2jtxmg8GSvKAIBf|title=The Delta Waves|website=open.spotify.com|language=en|access-date=2019-01-14}}</ref> and '''Gorilla Social'''<ref name=":1">{{Cite web|url=https://www.facebook.com/gorillasocialmusic/|title=Gorilla Social|website=www.facebook.com|language=en|access-date=2019-01-14}}</ref><ref name=":2">{{Cite web|url=https://open.spotify.com/artist/09kpVzra5iV4oUmlHuJVIW|title=Gorilla Social|website=open.spotify.com|language=en|access-date=2019-01-14}}</ref>'''.'''
   
Founder of '''James Waves Records'''<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.facebook.com/jameswavesrecords/|title=James Waves Records|website=www.facebook.com|language=en|access-date=2019-01-14}}</ref> and financial advisor with [[New York Life Investment Management|New York Life Securities]]'''.'''
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Founder of '''James Waves Records'''<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.facebook.com/jameswavesrecords/|title=James Waves Records|website=www.facebook.com|language=en|access-date=2019-01-14}}</ref> and financial advisor with [[New York Life Investment Management|New York Life Securities]]'''.'''
 
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== Background & Education ==
 
== Background & Education ==
Born in [[Evanston, Illinois|Evanston, IL]] on June 13, 1992 and raised in [[Glenview, Illinois|Glenview, IL]]. He attended high school at [[Loyola Academy]] in [[Wilmette, Illinois|Willmette]] and continued his education at the [[University of Dayton]] where studied Leadership and Finance.
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Born in [[Evanston, Illinois|Evanston, IL]] on June 13, 1992 and raised in [[Glenview, Illinois|Glenview, IL]]. He attended high school at [[Loyola Academy]] in [[Wilmette, Illinois|Willmette]] and continued his education at the [[University of Dayton]] where studied Leadership and Finance.
 
 
Throughout high school, college, and post-college he worked for his father's construction company, Anchorage Construction. He later worked for [[Advisors Asset Management]], which ultimately led to his current job at [[New York Life Investment Management|New York Life Securities]]. He continued his education in an alternate field in 2018 by attending [[Northwestern University]] and attaining a certificate in coding and computer science.
 
   
 
Throughout high school, college, and post-college he worked for his father's construction company, Anchorage Construction. He later worked for [[Advisors Asset Management]], which ultimately led to his current job at [[New York Life Investment Management|New York Life Securities]]. He continued his education in an alternate field in 2018 by attending [[Northwestern University]] and attaining a certificate in coding and computer science.
   
 
He first gained recording experience while working on his first singles at Jungle AE studio, located at the Music Garage<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://musicgarage.com/info|title=Chicago's Premier Musician Rehearsal Studio|website=Music Garage|language=en-US|access-date=2019-01-14}}</ref> in [[Chicago, Il|Chicago, IL]]. He then took individual lessons on mixing from head sound engineer, Alex Cruz, working primarily with [[Pro Tools|ProTools]].
 
He first gained recording experience while working on his first singles at Jungle AE studio, located at the Music Garage<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://musicgarage.com/info|title=Chicago's Premier Musician Rehearsal Studio|website=Music Garage|language=en-US|access-date=2019-01-14}}</ref> in [[Chicago, Il|Chicago, IL]]. He then took individual lessons on mixing from head sound engineer, Alex Cruz, working primarily with [[Pro Tools|ProTools]].
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Sasha Velour

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'''Alexander "Sasha" Hedges Steinberg''' (born June 25, 1987), also known by the [[Drag (clothing)|drag]] name '''Sasha Velour''', is an American [[drag queen]], artist, and creative director, based in [[Brooklyn|Brooklyn, New York]].<ref name=":0">{{Cite web|url=http://sashavelour.com/about-1/|title=about|website=Sasha Velour|access-date=June 24, 2017}}</ref> Velour is known for winning the [[RuPaul's Drag Race (season 9)|ninth season]] of ''[[RuPaul's Drag Race]],'' and for producing the monthly drag show ''Nightgowns'', hosted at [[National Sawdust]] in [[Williamsburg, Brooklyn]].
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'''Alexander "Sasha" Hedges Steinberg''' (born June 25, 1987), also known by the [[Drag (clothing)|drag]] name '''Sasha Velour''', is an American [[drag queen]], artist, and creative director, based in [[Brooklyn|Brooklyn, New York]].<ref name=":0">{{Cite web|url=http://sashavelour.com/about-1/|title=about|website=Sasha Velour|access-date=June 24, 2017}}</ref> Velour is known for winning the [[RuPaul's Drag Race (season 9)|ninth season]] of ''[[RuPaul's Drag Race]]''.
   
 
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My gnome task might be adding "charges he denies{{Cn|date=January 2019}}. BLP is unambiguous on this, but people often crave presentation of the accusations without presentation of the denial. Sorry, Charlie! WP:WELLKNOWN. I do look for the most artful way to present it.

El Chavo (video game)

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'''''El Chavo''''' is a [[Party game|party video game]] based on the Mexican TV series ''[[El Chavo Animado]]'' and was released exclusively in [[Mexico]] and [[Brazil]] for the [[Wii]] on April 27, 2012.<ref>http://mexico.cnn.com/tecnologia/2012/04/27/el-chavo-del-ocho-llega-a-wii-de-la-mano-de-una-empresa-mexicana</ref> It was developed by Kaxan Media Group and published by Slang Publishing and [[Televisa|Televisa Home Entertainment]].
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'''''El Chavo''''' is a [[Party game|party video game]] based on the Mexican TV series ''[[El Chavo Animado]]'' and was released exclusively in [[Mexico]] and [[Brazil]] for the [[Wii]] on April 27, 2012.<ref>http://mexico.cnn.com/tecnologia/2012/04/27/el-chavo-del-ocho-llega-a-wii-de-la-mano-de-una-empresa-mexicana</ref> It was developed by Mexican company Kaxan Media Group and published by Slang Publishing and [[Televisa|Televisa Home Entertainment]].
   
 
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## {{Icon|C}} '''[[Neutron]]''' ([[Wikipedia:Vital articles|Level 3]])
 
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National Youth Council of Nigeria

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|location = [[abuja, FCT]], [[Nigeria]]
 
|location = [[abuja, FCT]], [[Nigeria]]
 
|leader_title = President
 
|leader_title = President
|leader_name = [[Sukubo SaraIgbe Sukubo]]
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|leader_name = [[Bello Bala Shagari]]
|website = {{url|www.nycn.info}}
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|website = {{url|www.nycn.org.ng}}
 
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}}
   

Elon Musk

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[[Category:21st-century Canadian businesspeople]]
 
[[Category:21st-century Canadian businesspeople]]
 
[[Category:Canadian billionaires]]
 
[[Category:Canadian billionaires]]
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[[Category:Canadian chairmen of corporations]]

Sundar C.

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| birth_name = Vinayaga Sundara Vadivel Chidambaram Pillai
 
| birth_name = Vinayaga Sundara Vadivel Chidambaram Pillai
 
| birth_date = {{birth date and age|df=yes|1968|01|21}}
 
| birth_date = {{birth date and age|df=yes|1968|01|21}}
| birth_place =[[pond I cherry]], [[Madras State]], [[India]]<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://tamil.cinemaprofile.com/actor/sundar-c-tamil-actor-biography-exclusive-online.html|title=Sundar C, profile|website=Cinemaprofile.com|access-date=29 December 2015}}</ref>
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| birth_place =[[Erode]], [[Madras State]], [[India]]<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://tamil.cinemaprofile.com/actor/sundar-c-tamil-actor-biography-exclusive-online.html|title=Sundar C, profile|website=Cinemaprofile.com|access-date=29 December 2015}}</ref>
 
| nationality = Indian
 
| nationality = Indian
 
| occupation = Director, Producer, Actor,singer
 
| occupation = Director, Producer, Actor,singer

Saskatchewan Federal Penitentiary

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*On March 9, 2010, an inmate in the maximum security unit was killed in the Saskatchewan Penitentiary (Prince Albert). The victim, who was being charged with aggravated sexual assault, had only served 5 days of his sentence before being beaten to death. One inmate was charged with second degree murder.
 
*On March 9, 2010, an inmate in the maximum security unit was killed in the Saskatchewan Penitentiary (Prince Albert). The victim, who was being charged with aggravated sexual assault, had only served 5 days of his sentence before being beaten to death. One inmate was charged with second degree murder.
 
*On October 8, 2010, nearly 30 inmates brawled, leaving one man dead (as a result of his injuries). He was serving a sentence for dangerous operation of a motor vehicle causing death and failing to comply with a probation order. The fight took place in a medium-security unit.<ref>[https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatchewan/sask-inmate-dies-after-prison-brawl-1.930700 Sask. inmate dies after prison brawl], [[CBC News]], Oct 10, 2010</ref>
 
*On October 8, 2010, nearly 30 inmates brawled, leaving one man dead (as a result of his injuries). He was serving a sentence for dangerous operation of a motor vehicle causing death and failing to comply with a probation order. The fight took place in a medium-security unit.<ref>[https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatchewan/sask-inmate-dies-after-prison-brawl-1.930700 Sask. inmate dies after prison brawl], [[CBC News]], Oct 10, 2010</ref>
*On July 18, 2015, nearly 50 inmates brawled, leaving two men dead (as a result of injuries) and twelve men seriously injured. Three of the men involved were serving time for the aggravated sexual assault of a caucasian 15-year-old Saskatoon girl, in November 2008.
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*On July 18, 2015, nearly 50 inmates brawled, leaving two men dead (as a result of injuries) and twelve men seriously injured. Three of the men involved were serving time for the aggravated sexual assault of a caucasian 15-year-old Saskatoon girl, in November 2008.<ref>[https://thestarphoenix.com/news/local-news/five-charged-in-jailhouse-fight-at-saskatoon-correctional-centre Five charged in jailhouse fight at Saskatoon Correctional Centre], [[Saskatoon Star Phoenix]], July 29, 2015</ref>
   
 
===2016 riot===
 
===2016 riot===

History of local government in Sussex

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The '''history of local government in [[Sussex]]''' is unique and complex. Founded as a [[Kingdom of Sussex|kingdom]] in the 5th century, Sussex was annexed by the kingdom of [[Wessex]] in the 9th century, which after further developments became the [[Kingdom of England]]. It currently corresponds to two [[Metropolitan and non-metropolitan counties of England|counties]], [[East Sussex]] and [[West Sussex]].
 
The '''history of local government in [[Sussex]]''' is unique and complex. Founded as a [[Kingdom of Sussex|kingdom]] in the 5th century, Sussex was annexed by the kingdom of [[Wessex]] in the 9th century, which after further developments became the [[Kingdom of England]]. It currently corresponds to two [[Metropolitan and non-metropolitan counties of England|counties]], [[East Sussex]] and [[West Sussex]].
   
After the Reform Act of 1832 Sussex was divided for purposes of administration into an eastern and a western division, these divisions were coterminous with the two archdeaconries of Chichester and Lewes<ref name="horsefieldapp23">Horsfield. The History, Antiquities and Topography of the County of Sussex. Volume II. Appendix pp. 23-75.</ref> and also the three eastern and three western county subdivisions respectively. In 1889, following the [[Local Government Act 1888]], using those same boundaries, Sussex was divided into two administrative counties, East Sussex and West Sussex together with two self-governing county boroughs, Brighton and Hastings, later joined by Eastbourne. In 1974, under the Local Government Act 1972, the county boundaries were revised with the mid-Sussex area of East Grinstead, Haywards Heath, Burgess Hill and Hassocks being transferred from the administrative area of East Sussex into that of West Sussex, along with the Gatwick area that historically has been part of Surrey. The county boroughs were returned to the control of the two county councils but in 1997 the towns of Brighton and Hove were amalgamated as a unitary local authority and in 2000, Brighton and Hove was given City status.<ref name="godfrey126">John Godfrey. Local Government in the 19th and 20th Century ''in'' An Historical Atlas of Sussex. pp. 126–127.</ref>
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After the [[Reform Act 1832]] Sussex was divided for purposes of administration into an eastern and a western division, these divisions were coterminous with the two archdeaconries of Chichester and Lewes<ref name="horsefieldapp23">Horsfield. The History, Antiquities and Topography of the County of Sussex. Volume II. Appendix pp. 23-75.</ref> and also the three eastern and three western county subdivisions respectively. In 1889, following the [[Local Government Act 1888]], using those same boundaries, Sussex was divided into two administrative counties, East Sussex and West Sussex together with two self-governing county boroughs, Brighton and Hastings, later joined by Eastbourne. In 1974, under the [[Local Government Act 1972]], the county boundaries were revised with the mid-Sussex area of East Grinstead, Haywards Heath, Burgess Hill and Hassocks being transferred from the administrative area of East Sussex into that of West Sussex, along with the Gatwick area that historically has been part of Surrey. The county boroughs were returned to the control of the two county councils but in 1997 the towns of Brighton and Hove were amalgamated as a unitary local authority and in 2000, Brighton and Hove was given City status.<ref name="godfrey126">John Godfrey. Local Government in the 19th and 20th Century ''in'' An Historical Atlas of Sussex. pp. 126–127.</ref>
   
There continue to be a range of organisations that operate across the entirety of Sussex, even though it is administered as two [[non-metropolitan county|non-metropolitan counties]] of East and West Sussex. Organisations operating across all Sussex include the [[Diocese of Chichester]], [[Sussex Police]], the [[Sussex Archaeological Society]] the Sussex History Society and the [[Sussex Wildlife Trust]]. In 2010 the Sussex Association was established as a branch of the [[Association of British Counties]], which is a society dedicated to promoting awareness of the continuing importance of the 86 historic (or traditional) Counties of Great Britain.
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There continue to be a range of organisations that operate across the entirety of Sussex, even though it is administered as two [[non-metropolitan county|non-metropolitan counties]] of East and West Sussex. Organisations operating across all Sussex include the [[Diocese of Chichester]], [[Sussex Police]], the [[Sussex Archaeological Society]] the Sussex History Society and the [[Sussex Wildlife Trust]]. In 2010 the Sussex Association was established as a branch of the [[Association of British Counties]], which is a society dedicated to promoting awareness of the continuing importance of the 86 historic (or traditional) counties of Great Britain.
   
 
==Saxon period==
 
==Saxon period==