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User talk:Oshwah

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What did I do wrong?: Follow-up

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:Please let me know if you have any more questions or if you need further assistance, and I'll be more than happy to help you. Welcome to Wikipedia! I hope you enjoy your stay and that you decide to become a long-term member of the community. :-) [[User:Oshwah|<b><span style="color:#C00000">~Oshwah~</span></b>]]<sup><small><b>[[User_talk:Oshwah|<span style="color:blue">(talk)</span>]] [[Special:Contributions/Oshwah|<span style="color:green">(contribs)</span>]]</b></small></sup> 08:14, 17 January 2019 (UTC)
 
:Please let me know if you have any more questions or if you need further assistance, and I'll be more than happy to help you. Welcome to Wikipedia! I hope you enjoy your stay and that you decide to become a long-term member of the community. :-) [[User:Oshwah|<b><span style="color:#C00000">~Oshwah~</span></b>]]<sup><small><b>[[User_talk:Oshwah|<span style="color:blue">(talk)</span>]] [[Special:Contributions/Oshwah|<span style="color:green">(contribs)</span>]]</b></small></sup> 08:14, 17 January 2019 (UTC)
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::[[User:Halfire101|Halfire101]] - Please see the [https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User_talk:Halfire101&diff=878843284&oldid=878840886 message] I just left on your user talk page. I accidentally reverted more than what I originally intended, and this has since been resolved - please accept my apologies for letting that happen. Let me know if you have any questions - I'm here to help! :-) [[User:Oshwah|<b><span style="color:#C00000">~Oshwah~</span></b>]]<sup><small><b>[[User_talk:Oshwah|<span style="color:blue">(talk)</span>]] [[Special:Contributions/Oshwah|<span style="color:green">(contribs)</span>]]</b></small></sup> 08:27, 17 January 2019 (UTC)

Otago Infantry Regiment (NZEF)

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== France and Flanders ==
 
== France and Flanders ==
[[File:Portait, framed (AM 2005.122.3-1).jpg|thumb|Sergeant [[Richard Travis]] VC. was posthumously awarded the [[Victoria Cross]] during the [[Hundred Days Offensive]].<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://nzetc.victoria.ac.nz/tm/scholarly/tei-WH1-Otag-t1-body-d2-d16.html|title=Chapter XVI — Sergt. Richard Travis. {{!}} NZETC|website=nzetc.victoria.ac.nz|access-date=2019-01-16}}</ref> |alt=]]
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[[File:Portait, framed (AM 2005.122.3-1).jpg|thumb|Sergeant [[Richard Travis]] VC. was posthumously awarded the [[Victoria Cross]] during the [[Hundred Days Offensive]].{{sfn|Byrne|1921|p=|pp=317-320}} |alt=]]
 
The Otago Infantry Regiment was involved in fighting on the Western Front from 1916-1918.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.odt.co.nz/news/national/wrong-place-wrong-time|title=Wrong place at the wrong time|date=2017-10-07|website=Otago Daily Times Online News|language=en|access-date=2019-01-16}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|url=https://blog.tepapa.govt.nz/2016/09/15/the-battle-of-the-somme-september-1916-survival-and-loss/|title=The Battle of the Somme, September 1916: survival and loss|date=2016-09-14|website=Te Papa's Blog|language=en-NZ|access-date=2019-01-16}}</ref> Before moving to France the Regiment was reordered and now was comprised of the 1st and 2nd battalions as part of the newly formed [[New Zealand Division]]. The 1st Battalion was part of the Division's [[1st Infantry Brigade (New Zealand)|1st Infantry Brigade]] and the 2nd Battalion was part of the [[2nd Infantry Brigade (New Zealand)|2nd Infantry Brigade]], effectively spiting the Otago Infantry Regiment in two.{{sfn|Byrne|1921|p=|pp=75-82}}
 
The Otago Infantry Regiment was involved in fighting on the Western Front from 1916-1918.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.odt.co.nz/news/national/wrong-place-wrong-time|title=Wrong place at the wrong time|date=2017-10-07|website=Otago Daily Times Online News|language=en|access-date=2019-01-16}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|url=https://blog.tepapa.govt.nz/2016/09/15/the-battle-of-the-somme-september-1916-survival-and-loss/|title=The Battle of the Somme, September 1916: survival and loss|date=2016-09-14|website=Te Papa's Blog|language=en-NZ|access-date=2019-01-16}}</ref> Before moving to France the Regiment was reordered and now was comprised of the 1st and 2nd battalions as part of the newly formed [[New Zealand Division]]. The 1st Battalion was part of the Division's [[1st Infantry Brigade (New Zealand)|1st Infantry Brigade]] and the 2nd Battalion was part of the [[2nd Infantry Brigade (New Zealand)|2nd Infantry Brigade]], effectively spiting the Otago Infantry Regiment in two.{{sfn|Byrne|1921|p=|pp=75-82}}
   

C/1973 E1

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Crab

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| fossil_range = {{fossil range|Jurassic|Recent|earliest=Mississippian}}
 
| fossil_range = {{fossil range|Jurassic|Recent|earliest=Mississippian}}
 
| image = Liocarcinus_vernalis.jpg
 
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User:Sorry dude1987

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User account Sorry dude1987 was created

Template:1929 Rocky Mountain Conference football standings

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link 1929 Colorado Agricultural Aggies football team

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{{CFB Standings Entry|[[1929 Utah State Aggies football team|Utah State]]|3|4|0|3|4|0}}
 
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{{CFB Standings Entry|{{cfb link|year=1929|team=Colorado Mines Orediggers|title=Colorado Mines}}|1|5|0|2|5|0}}
 
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Boinx Software

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==Origin of the company name==
 
==Origin of the company name==
 
The founders chose Boinx because they wanted a name that was artificial, pronounced the same in German and English and could also be represented as a sound.
 
The founders chose Boinx because they wanted a name that was artificial, pronounced the same in German and English and could also be represented as a sound.
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==List of Boinx software==
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==References==
 
==References==

Ribosomal RNA

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== External links ==
 
== External links ==
* [http://www.arb-silva.de SILVA rRNA Database Project] (also includes Eukaryotes (18S) and LSU (23S/28S))
 
* [http://rdp.cme.msu.edu/ Ribosomal Database Project II]
 
 
* [http://wiki.biomine.skelleftea.se/wiki/index.php/16S_ribosomal_RNA 16S rRNA, BioMineWiki]
 
* [http://wiki.biomine.skelleftea.se/wiki/index.php/16S_ribosomal_RNA 16S rRNA, BioMineWiki]
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* [https://www.cd-genomics.com/blog/16s-rrna-one-of-the-most-important-rrnas/ 16S rRNA, one of the most important rRNAs]
 
* [http://rdp.cme.msu.edu/ Ribosomal Database Project II]
* [https://study.com/academy/lesson/rrna-sequence-function-synthesis.html/ Video: rRNA: Sequence, Function & Synthesis]
 
 
* {{MeshName|Ribosomal+RNA}}
 
* {{MeshName|Ribosomal+RNA}}
 
* [http://www.arb-silva.de SILVA rRNA Database Project] (also includes Eukaryotes (18S) and LSU (23S/28S))
 
* [https://study.com/academy/lesson/rrna-sequence-function-synthesis.html/ Video: rRNA: sequence, function & synthesis]
   
 
{{Nucleic acids}}
 
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Park Shin-hye

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2013–present: Breakthrough and Mainstream success

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In 2016, Park made her small-screen comeback in SBS' medical drama ''[[The Doctors (2016 TV series)|Doctors]]'', where she played a troubled teenager who later transformed to become a successful doctor.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://kpopherald.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=201603301617200615075_2 |title=Park Shin-hye, Kim Rae-won to star in new drama |website=[[The Korea Herald|Kpop Herald]] |date=30 March 2016 |accessdate=6 January 2017}}</ref> The drama was a hit and topped viewership ratings and popularity charts during its 10-week broadcast.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://koreatimes.co.kr/www/news/nation/2016/07/398_209582.html|title=Park Sin-hye's 'girl-crush' character a big drawcard|website=The Korea Times|date=17 July 2016}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://english.yonhapnews.co.kr/search1/2603000000.html?cid=AEN20160823004900315 |title='Doctors' tops weekly TV popularity chart again|website=[[Yonhap News Agency]] |date=9 May 2013 |accessdate=6 January 2017}}</ref> She then featured in the comedy film ''[[My Annoying Brother]]'', alongside actor [[Jo Jung-suk]] and [[D.O. (entertainer)|Do Kyung-soo]] of [[Exo (band)|Exo]].<ref name=brother>{{cite web|url=http://koreajoongangdaily.joins.com/news/article/article.aspx?aid=3010439|title=New film role for Park Shin-hye|date=19 October 2015|accessdate=7 July 2017|work=Korea JoongAng Daily}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.koreanfilm.or.kr/jsp/news/news.jsp?pageIndex=1&blbdComCd=601006&seq=3737&mode=VIEW&returnUrl=&searchKeyword=PARK+Shin-hye+|title=JO Jung-suk, PARK Shin-hye and DOH Kyung-soo Wrap New Film|date=18 January 2016|work=Korean Film Biz Zone}}</ref>
 
In 2016, Park made her small-screen comeback in SBS' medical drama ''[[The Doctors (2016 TV series)|Doctors]]'', where she played a troubled teenager who later transformed to become a successful doctor.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://kpopherald.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=201603301617200615075_2 |title=Park Shin-hye, Kim Rae-won to star in new drama |website=[[The Korea Herald|Kpop Herald]] |date=30 March 2016 |accessdate=6 January 2017}}</ref> The drama was a hit and topped viewership ratings and popularity charts during its 10-week broadcast.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://koreatimes.co.kr/www/news/nation/2016/07/398_209582.html|title=Park Sin-hye's 'girl-crush' character a big drawcard|website=The Korea Times|date=17 July 2016}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://english.yonhapnews.co.kr/search1/2603000000.html?cid=AEN20160823004900315 |title='Doctors' tops weekly TV popularity chart again|website=[[Yonhap News Agency]] |date=9 May 2013 |accessdate=6 January 2017}}</ref> She then featured in the comedy film ''[[My Annoying Brother]]'', alongside actor [[Jo Jung-suk]] and [[D.O. (entertainer)|Do Kyung-soo]] of [[Exo (band)|Exo]].<ref name=brother>{{cite web|url=http://koreajoongangdaily.joins.com/news/article/article.aspx?aid=3010439|title=New film role for Park Shin-hye|date=19 October 2015|accessdate=7 July 2017|work=Korea JoongAng Daily}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.koreanfilm.or.kr/jsp/news/news.jsp?pageIndex=1&blbdComCd=601006&seq=3737&mode=VIEW&returnUrl=&searchKeyword=PARK+Shin-hye+|title=JO Jung-suk, PARK Shin-hye and DOH Kyung-soo Wrap New Film|date=18 January 2016|work=Korean Film Biz Zone}}</ref>
 
The same year, Park was chosen as the Most Favored Korean Actress by fans of the Korean Wave in the United States.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.straitstimes.com/lifestyle/entertainment/park-shin-hye-lee-min-ho-top-korean-stars-in-the-us|title=Park Shin Hye, Lee Min Ho top Korean stars in the US|date=9 March 2017|work=[[The Straits Times]]}}</ref>
 
The same year, Park was chosen as the Most Favored Korean Actress by fans of the Korean Wave in the United States.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.straitstimes.com/lifestyle/entertainment/park-shin-hye-lee-min-ho-top-korean-stars-in-the-us|title=Park Shin Hye, Lee Min Ho top Korean stars in the US|date=9 March 2017|work=[[The Straits Times]]}}</ref>
Park next starred in the crime thriller film ''[[Heart Blackened]]'', a Korean remake of the Hong Kong film ''[[Silent Witness (2013 film)|Silent Witness]]'' alongside [[Choi Min-sik]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://english.yonhapnews.co.kr/search1/2603000000.html?cid=AEN20161025006800315 |title=Actress Park Shin-hye cast for crime thriller|website=[[Yonhap News Agency]]|date=9 May 2016 |accessdate=6 January 2017}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://koreajoongangdaily.joins.com/news/article/article.aspx?aid=3040045|title=The secret to Park Shin-hye's success? Being bland|date=30 October 2017|website=Korea JoongAng Daily}}</ref>
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Park next starred in the crime thriller film ''[[Heart Blackened]]'', a Korean remake of the Hong Kong film ''[[Silent Witness (2013 film)|Silent Witness]]'' alongside [[Choi Min-sik], which was released in 2017.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://english.yonhapnews.co.kr/search1/2603000000.html?cid=AEN20161025006800315 |title=Actress Park Shin-hye cast for crime thriller|website=[[Yonhap News Agency]]|date=9 May 2016 |accessdate=6 January 2017}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://koreajoongangdaily.joins.com/news/article/article.aspx?aid=3040045|title=The secret to Park Shin-hye's success? Being bland|date=30 October 2017|website=Korea JoongAng Daily}}</ref>
   
 
In 2018, Park became a cast member of the reality show ''Little Cabin in the Woods'' produced by [[Na Young-seok]], where she and fellow actor [[So Ji-sub]] documented their daily activities in a litte house located in the Jeju forest.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://en.yna.co.kr/view/AEN20180404009400315|title=Snail-paced new reality show documents stars' journey for happiness|date=4 April 2018|website=Yonhap News Agency}}</ref> The same year, she starred in tvN's fantasy suspense drama ''[[Memories of the Alhambra]]'' alongside [[Hyun Bin]], playing double roles as a hostel owner, and a guitar-player [[Non-player character|NPC]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://kpopherald.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=201805081359433374976_2|title=Park Shin-hye to show 'Memories of Alhambra'|date=8 May 2018|website=Kpop Herald}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://english.chosun.com/site/data/html_dir/2018/11/29/2018112901426.html|title=Hyun Bin, Park Shin-hye Team up for 1st Time in New TV Series|date=29 November 2018|website=The Chosun Ilbo}}</ref> The series was a commercial success and became one of the [[Korean drama#List of highest-rated Korean dramas in cable television|highest rated Korean dramas in cable television history]].
 
In 2018, Park became a cast member of the reality show ''Little Cabin in the Woods'' produced by [[Na Young-seok]], where she and fellow actor [[So Ji-sub]] documented their daily activities in a litte house located in the Jeju forest.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://en.yna.co.kr/view/AEN20180404009400315|title=Snail-paced new reality show documents stars' journey for happiness|date=4 April 2018|website=Yonhap News Agency}}</ref> The same year, she starred in tvN's fantasy suspense drama ''[[Memories of the Alhambra]]'' alongside [[Hyun Bin]], playing double roles as a hostel owner, and a guitar-player [[Non-player character|NPC]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://kpopherald.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=201805081359433374976_2|title=Park Shin-hye to show 'Memories of Alhambra'|date=8 May 2018|website=Kpop Herald}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://english.chosun.com/site/data/html_dir/2018/11/29/2018112901426.html|title=Hyun Bin, Park Shin-hye Team up for 1st Time in New TV Series|date=29 November 2018|website=The Chosun Ilbo}}</ref> The series was a commercial success and became one of the [[Korean drama#List of highest-rated Korean dramas in cable television|highest rated Korean dramas in cable television history]].
Park was next cast in the thriller film ''Call'', which is set to premiere in 2019.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://channels.vlive.tv/C7A6F1/vtoday/0.9755072|title=Park Shin Hye's movie "Call" officially starts filming|date=14 January 2019|website=Osen}}</ref>
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Park was next cast in the thriller film ''Call'', which is set to premiere in 2019.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://channels.vlive.tv/C7A6F1/vtoday/0.9755072|title=Park Shin Hye's movie "Call" officially starts filming|date=14 January 2019|website=Osen}}</ref>
   
 
==Endorsements==
 
==Endorsements==

YUFL

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Adobe Acrobat

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'''Adobe Acrobat''' is a family of [[application software]] and [[Web service]]s developed by [[Adobe Inc.]] to view, create, manipulate, print and manage files in [[PDF|Portable Document Format]] (PDF).<ref>{{ cite web | url = https://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat | title = Adobe Acrobat family |year = 2008 | accessdate = 19 January 2008 |archiveurl = https://web.archive.org/web/20080119030851/http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat | archivedate = 19 January 2008 <!--DASHBot--> | deadurl = no }}</ref>
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'''[https://www.filehippo-free.co/adobe-reader-free-download/ Adobe Acrobat]''' is a family of [[application software]] and [[Web service]]s developed by [[Adobe Inc.]] to view, create, manipulate, print and manage files in [[PDF|Portable Document Format]] (PDF).<ref>{{ cite web | url = https://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat | title = Adobe Acrobat family |year = 2008 | accessdate = 19 January 2008 |archiveurl = https://web.archive.org/web/20080119030851/http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat | archivedate = 19 January 2008 <!--DASHBot--> | deadurl = no }}</ref>
   
 
The family comprises Acrobat Reader (formerly Reader), Acrobat (formerly Exchange) and [[Acrobat.com]]. The basic Acrobat Reader, available for several [[desktop computer|desktop]] and [[mobile device|mobile]] platforms, is [[freeware]]; it supports viewing, printing and annotating of PDF files.<ref>{{ cite web | title = Adobe Reader | url = https://www.adobe.com/products/reader | year = 2008 | accessdate = 19 January 2008 | archiveurl = https://web.archive.org/web/20080118023021/http://www.adobe.com/products/reader | archivedate = 18 January 2008 <!--DASHBot--> | deadurl = no }}</ref> Additional, "Premium", services are available for reader on paid subscription. The [[commercial software|commercial]] [[proprietary software|proprietary]] Acrobat, available for [[Microsoft Windows]] and [[macOS]] only, can also create, edit, convert, [[public key certificate|digitally sign]], encrypt, export and publish PDF files. Acrobat.com complements the family with a variety of [[enterprise content management]] and [[file hosting service]]s.
 
The family comprises Acrobat Reader (formerly Reader), Acrobat (formerly Exchange) and [[Acrobat.com]]. The basic Acrobat Reader, available for several [[desktop computer|desktop]] and [[mobile device|mobile]] platforms, is [[freeware]]; it supports viewing, printing and annotating of PDF files.<ref>{{ cite web | title = Adobe Reader | url = https://www.adobe.com/products/reader | year = 2008 | accessdate = 19 January 2008 | archiveurl = https://web.archive.org/web/20080118023021/http://www.adobe.com/products/reader | archivedate = 18 January 2008 <!--DASHBot--> | deadurl = no }}</ref> Additional, "Premium", services are available for reader on paid subscription. The [[commercial software|commercial]] [[proprietary software|proprietary]] Acrobat, available for [[Microsoft Windows]] and [[macOS]] only, can also create, edit, convert, [[public key certificate|digitally sign]], encrypt, export and publish PDF files. Acrobat.com complements the family with a variety of [[enterprise content management]] and [[file hosting service]]s.

Dinky Toys

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| markets = Worldwide
 
| markets = Worldwide
 
| previousowners = [[Meccano Ltd]], [[Tri-ang Railways|Triang]], [[Airfix]], [[Matchbox (brand)|Matchbox]]
 
| previousowners = [[Meccano Ltd]], [[Tri-ang Railways|Triang]], [[Airfix]], [[Matchbox (brand)|Matchbox]]
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Madhya Pradesh

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* [[Nimar]] Plateau
 
* [[Jhabua]] Hills
 
* [[Jhabua]] Hills
* Leeshiv
 
* [[Gidaila]]
 
 
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User:Monte serini/sandbox

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On January 15, 2019, Peoples announced her candidacy for mayor of Fort Worth in the May 4, 2019 city election, challenging four-term incumbent mayor [[Betsy Price]].<ref name="star-telegram20190115"/>
 
On January 15, 2019, Peoples announced her candidacy for mayor of Fort Worth in the May 4, 2019 city election, challenging four-term incumbent mayor [[Betsy Price]].<ref name="star-telegram20190115"/>
   
Although historically a [[red and blue states | red state]], Texas large cities have followed the national trend toward progressive leaders in urban areas. Of the five major Texas cities, only Fort Worth has a Republican mayor as of 2019.
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Although historically a [[red and blue states | red state]], Texas' large cities have followed the national trend toward progressive leaders in urban areas. Of the five major Texas cities, only Fort Worth had a Republican mayor to start 2019.
   
 
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Singapore Airlines

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* 27 June 2016 – [[Singapore Airlines Flight 368]], a [[Boeing 777-300ER]], with 222 passengers and 19 crew on board, suffered an engine oil leak problem during a flight from Singapore to Milan. The oil leak alarm was sounded off when the plane was 2 hours into the flight above Malaysia. During the emergency landing back at where it departed from at [[Singapore Changi Airport]], the right engine caught fire, leading to the right wing being engulfed in flames. The fire was extinguished within 5 minutes after the plane landed.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/sia-flight-catches-fire/2907544.html|title=SIA flight catches fire while making emergency landing in Singapore|access-date=2016-06-27}}</ref> No injuries were reported.<ref>{{cite web|last1=Hradecky|first1=Simon|title=Accident: Singapore B773 enroute on Jun 27th 2016, engine fuel leak into engine oil system|url=http://avherald.com/h?article=49a58209&opt=0|website=The Aviation Herald|publisher=The Aviation Herald|accessdate=21 July 2017}}</ref>
 
* 27 June 2016 – [[Singapore Airlines Flight 368]], a [[Boeing 777-300ER]], with 222 passengers and 19 crew on board, suffered an engine oil leak problem during a flight from Singapore to Milan. The oil leak alarm was sounded off when the plane was 2 hours into the flight above Malaysia. During the emergency landing back at where it departed from at [[Singapore Changi Airport]], the right engine caught fire, leading to the right wing being engulfed in flames. The fire was extinguished within 5 minutes after the plane landed.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/sia-flight-catches-fire/2907544.html|title=SIA flight catches fire while making emergency landing in Singapore|access-date=2016-06-27}}</ref> No injuries were reported.<ref>{{cite web|last1=Hradecky|first1=Simon|title=Accident: Singapore B773 enroute on Jun 27th 2016, engine fuel leak into engine oil system|url=http://avherald.com/h?article=49a58209&opt=0|website=The Aviation Herald|publisher=The Aviation Herald|accessdate=21 July 2017}}</ref>
 
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* In 2018, Singapore Airlines frequent-flyer database was compromised by cybercriminals, resulting in Airmiles, credit-card, and other personal data leaks effecting thousands of krisflyer account holders.
 
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

The Bahamas Great Exuma Classic

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| [[2019 Web.com Tour|2019]] || [[Dou Zecheng]] || {{CHN}} || align=center|270 || align=center|−18 || 2 strokes || {{flagicon|USA}} [[Ben Kohles]]<br/>{{flagicon|USA}} [[Steve LeBrun]]
 
| [[2019 Web.com Tour|2019]] || [[Dou Zecheng]] || {{CHN}} || align=center|270 || align=center|−18 || 2 strokes || {{flagicon|USA}} [[Ben Kohles]]<br/>{{flagicon|USA}} [[Steve LeBrun]]

Ryosuke Yamada

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| ''[[The Smurfs (film)|The Smurfs]]''<ref>[http://news24.jp/entertainment/news/1617632.html 世界キャラ「スマーフ」山田&知念が声担当]</ref>
 
| ''[[The Smurfs (film)|The Smurfs]]''<ref>[http://news24.jp/entertainment/news/1617632.html 世界キャラ「スマーフ」山田&知念が声担当]</ref>
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|rowspan="2"| 2015

Chak Bhrigu

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Chak Bhrigu is located across the [[Atrai River|Atreyee]] opposite [[Balurghat]]. There is a bridge across the river.<ref name=google>Google maps</ref>
 
Chak Bhrigu is located across the [[Atrai River|Atreyee]] opposite [[Balurghat]]. There is a bridge across the river.<ref name=google>Google maps</ref>
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==Demographics==
 
==Demographics==

Illinois's 10th congressional district

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Preethse

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== Plot ==
The film begins with Kiran ([[Sonali Bendre]]), a college student, returning home to her brother ([[Ananth Nag]]) and his wife Poonam ([[Tanvi Azmi]]) for Holi celebrations and being obsessively stalked along the way by Rahul ([[Shah Rukh Khan|Shahrukh Khan]]), her classmate who has a crush on her. Kiran's boyfriend Sunil ([[Sunny Deol]]) is a Navy-Marine Commando officer, and is on a mission to free a child hostage from some terrorists on the high seas. Sunil saves the child hostage. Sunil's Captain Mehra ([[Dilip Tahil|Dalip Tahil]]) is also the father of Rahul. Rahul tries to be friendly with Sunil in order to be closer to Kiran.
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The film begins with Kiran ([[Sonali Bendre]]), a college student, returning home to her brother ([[Ananth Nag]]) and his wife ([[Vanitha Vasu]]) for Holi celebrations and being obsessively stalked along the way by Rahul ([[Shah Rukh Khan|Shahrukh Khan]]), her classmate who has a crush on her. Kiran's boyfriend Sunil ([[Sunny Deol]]) is a Navy-Marine Commando officer, and is on a mission to free a child hostage from some terrorists on the high seas. Sunil saves the child hostage. Sunil's Captain Mehra ([[Dilip Tahil|Dalip Tahil]]) is also the father of Rahul. Rahul tries to be friendly with Sunil in order to be closer to Kiran.
   
 
When Kiran reaches home, she is continually stalked by Rahul on the phone. This causes much stress to herself and her family. He crashes Kiran's family's Holi celebrations incognito as a member of the band. Sunil asks Kiran to offer the band some money for their performance, where Rahul, veiled in [[Holi]] colours, whispers "''I love you, K-K-K-Kiran''" to Kiran, which disturbs her greatly and a foot chase ensues to find the hooligan who's invaded their house, but Rahul soon disappears into the crowd.
 
When Kiran reaches home, she is continually stalked by Rahul on the phone. This causes much stress to herself and her family. He crashes Kiran's family's Holi celebrations incognito as a member of the band. Sunil asks Kiran to offer the band some money for their performance, where Rahul, veiled in [[Holi]] colours, whispers "''I love you, K-K-K-Kiran''" to Kiran, which disturbs her greatly and a foot chase ensues to find the hooligan who's invaded their house, but Rahul soon disappears into the crowd.

Medical Universities (Myanmar)

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==Overview==
 
==Overview==

Wikipedia:Featured article candidates/Staten Island Railway/archive2

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:::And no, newspapers don't need locations; they're standard (but not compulsory) for books. [[User:HJ Mitchell|<b style="color: teal; font-family: Tahoma">HJ&nbsp;Mitchell</b>]] &#124; [[User talk:HJ Mitchell|<span style="color: navy; font-family: Times New Roman" title="(Talk page)">Penny for your thoughts?</span>]] 17:56, 16 January 2019 (UTC)
 
::::{{Re|HJ Mitchell}} Thanks so much. What is the issue with using images as citations? The images were not photoshopped, the dates were not altered to misconstrue the facts, they were taken objectively–with the goal of showing how the South Beach Line and West Shore Lines looked at that particular time, the locations that these images are supposed to be of correspond with their actual locations. I have also fixed the capitalization and missing punctuation issues. Thanks.--[[User:Kew Gardens 613|Kew Gardens 613]] ([[User talk:Kew Gardens 613|talk]]) 18:05, 16 January 2019 (UTC)
 
::::{{Re|HJ Mitchell}} Thanks so much. What is the issue with using images as citations? The images were not photoshopped, the dates were not altered to misconstrue the facts, they were taken objectively–with the goal of showing how the South Beach Line and West Shore Lines looked at that particular time, the locations that these images are supposed to be of correspond with their actual locations. I have also fixed the capitalization and missing punctuation issues. Thanks.--[[User:Kew Gardens 613|Kew Gardens 613]] ([[User talk:Kew Gardens 613|talk]]) 18:05, 16 January 2019 (UTC)
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Bernard Vann

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==Medal and legacy==
Vann's medals which, in addition to the VC and the MC & bar, included the [[1914–15 Star]], the [[British War Medal]], and the [[Victory Medal (United Kingdom)|Victory Medal]] remained in the family for many years.{{sfn|Gliddon|2014|p=74}} In May 2010, the VC and the MC and bar were purchased by [[Lord Ashcroft]] and are displayed at [[The Lord Ashcroft Gallery]] in the [[Imperial War Museum]].<ref>{{cite web |title=Bernard William Vann VC |url=http://www.lordashcroftmedals.com/collection/bernard-william-vann-vc/ |website=Lord Ashcroft Medal Collection |accessdate=17 January 2019}}</ref>
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Vann's medals which, in addition to the VC and the MC & bar, included the [[1914–15 Star]], the [[British War Medal]], and the [[Victory Medal (United Kingdom)|Victory Medal]] remained in the family for many years.{{sfn|Gliddon|2014|p=74}} In May 2010, the VC and the MC and bar were purchased by [[Lord Ashcroft]] and are displayed at the Lord Ashcroft Gallery in the [[Imperial War Museum]].<ref>{{cite web |title=Bernard William Vann VC |url=http://www.lordashcroftmedals.com/collection/bernard-william-vann-vc/ |website=Lord Ashcroft Medal Collection |accessdate=17 January 2019}}</ref>
   
Several memorials to Vann's memory exist; there are plaques at the house in Rushden where he was born and on the 8th Sherwood Foresters Memorial at St Mary Magdalene's Church in Newark. He is also listed on the roll of honour at St Matthew's Church in Cirencester and the war memorial at Coates.{{sfn|Gliddon|2014|pp=73–74}} On 29 September 2018, his grandsons unveiled a commemorative stone in Rushden.<ref>{{cite news |title=Bernard Vann: WW1 Victoria Cross cleric celebrated |url=https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-northamptonshire-45680611 |accessdate=13 January 2019 |work=BBC News |date=29 September 2018}}</ref> His grandson Michael unveiled a memorial plaque in the chapel at Wellingborough School on 10 November 2018.<ref>{{cite web |title=Remembering Lieutenant Colonel Bernard William Vann, VC, MC & Bar |url=http://www.wellingboroughschool.org/news/2018-11-09/Remembering-Lieutenant-Colonel-Bernard-William-Vann-VC-MC-Bar |website=Wellingboroughschool.org/ |accessdate=17 January 2019}}</ref>
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Several memorials to Vann's memory exist; there are plaques at the house in Rushden where he was born and on the 8th Sherwood Foresters Memorial at [[Church of St Mary Magdalene, Newark-on-Trent]]. He is also listed on the roll of honour at St Matthew's Church in [[Cirencester]] and the war memorial at [[Coates, Gloucestershire]].{{sfn|Gliddon|2014|pp=73–74}} On 29 September 2018, his grandsons unveiled a commemorative stone in Rushden.<ref>{{cite news |title=Bernard Vann: WW1 Victoria Cross cleric celebrated |url=https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-northamptonshire-45680611 |accessdate=13 January 2019 |work=BBC News |date=29 September 2018}}</ref> His grandson Michael unveiled a memorial plaque in the chapel at Wellingborough School on 10 November 2018.<ref>{{cite web |title=Remembering Lieutenant Colonel Bernard William Vann, VC, MC & Bar |url=http://www.wellingboroughschool.org/news/2018-11-09/Remembering-Lieutenant-Colonel-Bernard-William-Vann-VC-MC-Bar |website=Wellingboroughschool.org/ |accessdate=17 January 2019}}</ref>
   
 
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Colin Cowherd

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*{{marriage|Kimberly Vadala|1996|2007}}
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Prince Andrew, Duke of York

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ArmaLite AR-5

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==History==
 
==History==
The [[U.S. Air Force]] needed a compact, lightweight, accurate rifle for the new [[North American XB-70 Valkyrie|XB-70]] manned bomber aircrew's survival kits.<ref name="Bierman">{{cite book|first=Harris |last=Bierman|title=GUNS & AMMO ANNUAL|chapter=Armalite AR5A|url=http://s171.photobucket.com/user/ewasashinki/media/GampA1971AnnualPetersenPublishing254mb_zps2ff9ab9a.jpg.html|publisher=Petersen's Publishing|year= 1971|page= 298}}</ref> Since the M4 and M6 aircrew survival weapons were no longer in manufacture, the Air Force put out a request for a new survival weapon. Shortly after Fairchild established the ArmaLite division in 1954, ArmaLite designed and submitted the AR-5 in response. The Air Force officially adopted the AR-5 as the MA-1 in 1956.<ref name=history>{{cite web|url=http://www.armalite.com/images/Library/AL |title=ArmaLite history |format=PDF |deadurl=bot: unknown |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20081001234245/http://www.armalite.com/images/Library/AL%20HISTORY%20COPY%202.pdf |archivedate=2008-10-01 |df= }}</ref> However, the Air Force never received funding to buy more than the original 12 test models due to the cancellation of the XB-70 fleet which left the number of [[M4 Survival Rifle|M4]] and [[M6 Aircrew Survival Weapon|M6]] aircrew survival weapons already in inventory sufficient for existing Air Force needs.<ref name="Bierman"/><ref name="Duncan">{{cite book|first=Duncan |last=Long|title=AR-7 Super Systems|publisher= Paladin Press|year= 1990|location=Boulder, Colorado|pages= 4–5}}</ref><ref name="Miniter2014">{{cite book|author=Frank Miniter|title=The Future of the Gun|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=2PdYAwAAQBAJ&pg=PA30|date=11 August 2014|publisher=Regnery Publishing, Incorporated, An Eagle Publishing Company|location=New York|isbn=978-1-62157-244-2|pages=30–31}}</ref> Adoption of the MA-1 established ArmaLite as a recognized firearms company, leading to several other rifle designs of varying success (e.g., the [[AR-7]], [[AR-10]] and [[ArmaLite AR-15|AR-15]]).<ref name="Duncan"/>
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The [[U.S. Air Force]] needed a compact, lightweight, accurate rifle for the new [[North American XB-70 Valkyrie|XB-70]] manned bomber aircrew's survival kits.<ref name="Bierman">{{cite book|first=Harris |last=Bierman|title=GUNS & AMMO ANNUAL|chapter=Armalite AR5A|url=http://s171.photobucket.com/user/ewasashinki/media/GampA1971AnnualPetersenPublishing254mb_zps2ff9ab9a.jpg.html|publisher=Petersen's Publishing|year= 1971|page= 298}}</ref> Since the M4 and M6 aircrew survival weapons were no longer in manufacture, the Air Force put out a request for a new survival weapon. Shortly after Fairchild established the ArmaLite division in 1954, ArmaLite designed and submitted the AR-5 in response. The Air Force officially adopted the AR-5 as the MA-1 in 1956.<ref name=history>{{cite web|url=http://www.armalite.com/images/Library/AL |title=ArmaLite history |format=PDF |deadurl=bot: unknown |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20081001234245/http://www.armalite.com/images/Library/AL%20HISTORY%20COPY%202.pdf |archivedate=2008-10-01 |df= }}</ref> But due to the cancellation of the XB-70 fleet, the Air Force never received funding to buy more than the original 12 test models. So the [[M4 Survival Rifle|M4]] and [[M6 Aircrew Survival Weapon|M6]] aircrew survival weapons already in inventory were sufficient for existing Air Force needs.<ref name="Bierman"/><ref name="Duncan">{{cite book|first=Duncan |last=Long|title=AR-7 Super Systems|publisher= Paladin Press|year= 1990|location=Boulder, Colorado|pages= 4–5}}</ref><ref name="Miniter2014">{{cite book|author=Frank Miniter|title=The Future of the Gun|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=2PdYAwAAQBAJ&pg=PA30|date=11 August 2014|publisher=Regnery Publishing, Incorporated, An Eagle Publishing Company|location=New York|isbn=978-1-62157-244-2|pages=30–31}}</ref> However, adoption of the MA-1 established ArmaLite as a recognized firearms company, leading to several other rifle designs of varying success (e.g., the [[AR-7]], [[AR-10]] and [[ArmaLite AR-15|AR-15]]).<ref name="Duncan"/>
   
 
==Design==
 
==Design==

Tommy Lee

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'''Thomas Lee Bass''' (born October 3, 1962)<ref name="Tommy Lee AMG">{{cite web | last = Prato | first = Greg | title = Tommy Lee Biography | accessdate = January 28, 2014 | url ={{allmusic | id=mn0000521424 | tab=biography | pureurl=yes}} }}</ref> is an American musician and founding member of [[Mötley Crüe]]. As well as being the band's long-term drummer, Lee founded rap-metal band [[Methods of Mayhem]], and has pursued solo musical projects.
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'''Thomas Lee Bass''' (born October 3, 1962)<ref name="Tommy Lee AMG">{{cite web | last = Prato | first = Greg | title = Tommy Lee Biography | accessdate = January 28, 2014 | url ={{allmusic | id=mn0000521424 | tab=biography | pureurl=yes}} }}</ref> is a Greek born-American musician and founding member of [[Mötley Crüe]]. As well as being the band's long-term drummer, Lee founded rap-metal band [[Methods of Mayhem]], and has pursued solo musical projects.
   
 
==Early life==
 
==Early life==

Wikipedia:Requests for page protection

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2019 Nairobi hotel attack

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'''Temporary semi-protection:''' Persistent [[Wikipedia:Disruptive editing|disruptive editing]]. [[User:Sheldybett|Sheldybett]] ([[User talk:Sheldybett|talk]]) 08:23, 17 January 2019 (UTC)
 
'''Temporary semi-protection:''' Persistent [[Wikipedia:Disruptive editing|disruptive editing]]. [[User:Sheldybett|Sheldybett]] ([[User talk:Sheldybett|talk]]) 08:23, 17 January 2019 (UTC)
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== Current requests for reduction in protection level ==
 
== Current requests for reduction in protection level ==

User talk:Enterprisey/reply-link

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:::Let's see if this works.... [[User:Galobtter|Galobtter]] ([[User talk:Galobtter|pingó mió]]) 07:11, 17 January 2019 (UTC)
 
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:::It's working! -- <u style="font-family:Arial Black">[[User:Flooded with them hundreds|<u style="color:#7f2ed1">Flooded </u>]]<u style="color:#bfa6d8"><small>with them </small></u>[[User_talk:Flooded with them hundreds|<u style="color:#7f2ed1">'''hundreds'''</u>]]</u> 08:27, 17 January 2019 (UTC)

Economy of Pakistan

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{{decreasepositive}} 6.5% (November 2018) <ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.pbs.gov.pk/sites/default/files//price_statistics/monthly_price_indices/2018/Monthly%20Review%20November%2C%20%202018.pdf|date=November 2018|title=Monthly Review on Price Indices|publisher=Pakistan Bureau of Statistics|accessdate=2018-12-19}}</ref>
 
{{decreasepositive}} 6.5% (November 2018) <ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.pbs.gov.pk/sites/default/files//price_statistics/monthly_price_indices/2018/Monthly%20Review%20November%2C%20%202018.pdf|date=November 2018|title=Monthly Review on Price Indices|publisher=Pakistan Bureau of Statistics|accessdate=2018-12-19}}</ref>
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|gini = {{decreasepositive}} 30.7 (2013 est.)<ref name="wb-gini">{{cite web |url=http://data.worldbank.org/indicator/SI.POV.GINI?end=2013&locations=PK&start=1987&view=chart |title=GINI index (World Bank estimate) |publisher=World Bank |access-date=14 October 2017}}</ref>
 
|gini = {{decreasepositive}} 30.7 (2013 est.)<ref name="wb-gini">{{cite web |url=http://data.worldbank.org/indicator/SI.POV.GINI?end=2013&locations=PK&start=1987&view=chart |title=GINI index (World Bank estimate) |publisher=World Bank |access-date=14 October 2017}}</ref>
 
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*[[Industry]]:22.6%
 
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<ref name="Labor Force Survey 2014-15">{{cite web|title=Labor Force Survey 2014–15|url=http://www.pbs.gov.pk/sites/default/files//Annual%20Report%20of%20LFS%202014-15.pdf|publisher=Pakistan Bureau of Statistics|accessdate=27 September 2017|format=PDF}}</ref>
 
<ref name="Labor Force Survey 2014-15">{{cite web|title=Labor Force Survey 2014–15|url=http://www.pbs.gov.pk/sites/default/files//Annual%20Report%20of%20LFS%202014-15.pdf|publisher=Pakistan Bureau of Statistics|accessdate=27 September 2017|format=PDF}}</ref>
|unemployment = 5.9% (2014–15)<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.pbs.gov.pk/sites/default/files//Annual%20Report%20of%20LFS%202014-15.pdf|title=LABOUR FORCE SURVEY 2014-15|publisher=PBS|accessdate=2018-09-19}}</ref>
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|unemployment = 20.9% (2014–15)<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.pbs.gov.pk/sites/default/files//Annual%20Report%20of%20LFS%202014-15.pdf|title=LABOUR FORCE SURVEY 2014-15|publisher=PBS|accessdate=2018-09-19}}</ref>
 
|edbr = {{increase}} 136 (2018) <ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.doingbusiness.org/en/rankingstitle=Ranking of economies - Doing Business - World Bank Group|website=www.DoingBusiness.org|access-date=2 November 2018}}</ref>
 
|edbr = {{increase}} 136 (2018) <ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.doingbusiness.org/en/rankingstitle=Ranking of economies - Doing Business - World Bank Group|website=www.DoingBusiness.org|access-date=2 November 2018}}</ref>
 
|industries = [[textiles]] and [[apparel]], [[food processing]], [[pharmaceuticals]], [[construction materials]], [[chemicals]], [[cement]], [[mining]], [[machinery]], [[steel]], [[engineering]], [[software]] and hardware, [[automobiles]], [[motorcycle]] and [[auto parts]], [[electronics]], [[Paper mill|paper products]], [[fertiliser]], [[shrimp]], defence products, [[shipbuilding]]
 
|industries = [[textiles]] and [[apparel]], [[food processing]], [[pharmaceuticals]], [[construction materials]], [[chemicals]], [[cement]], [[mining]], [[machinery]], [[steel]], [[engineering]], [[software]] and hardware, [[automobiles]], [[motorcycle]] and [[auto parts]], [[electronics]], [[Paper mill|paper products]], [[fertiliser]], [[shrimp]], defence products, [[shipbuilding]]

Black Cat (Harvey Comics)

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==Fictional biography==
 
==Fictional biography==
'''Linda Turner''' is the daughter of [[silent film]] [[Western film|Western]] actor Tim Turner and a former Hollywood stunt woman. Linda has successfully made the transition from stunt woman to lead actress. During the filming of an unnamed picture, Linda suspects the film's director, Garboil (no first name given), of being a Nazi spy or at the very least an [[German American Bund|American Bund]] member. In order to follow him and gain corroborating evidence, she disguises herself in a backless blue blouse, red shorts, blue flared gloves, red buccaneer boots and a blue opera mask and calls herself The Black Cat.<ref>''Pocket Comics'' #1 (Aug. 1941).</ref>
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'''Linda Turner''' is the daughter of [[silent film]] [[Western film|Western]] actor Tim Turner, and a former Hollywood stunt woman. Linda has successfully made the transition from stunt woman to lead actress. During the filming of an unnamed picture, Linda suspects the film's director, Garboil (no first name given), of being a Nazi spy or at the very least an [[German American Bund|American Bund]] member. In order to follow him and gain corroborating evidence, she disguises herself in a backless blue blouse, red shorts, blue flared gloves, red buccaneer boots and a blue opera mask and calls herself The Black Cat.<ref>''Pocket Comics'' #1 (Aug. 1941).</ref>
   
 
While following Garboil, Black Cat meets Rick Horne, a reporter for the ''Los Angeles Globe'' who has been assigned to investigate rumors of a Nazi spy ring in LA. Initially disdainful of each other, the pair are forced to work together and discover that Garboil is planting secret information in his motion pictures. Using her knowledge of the studio, Black Cat sneaks into the editing room and changes the edit of the picture to render the information useless. When they are discovered, Rick and Cat physically overpower the gang and turn them in. Garboil escapes and Linda decides to maintain her Black Cat identity in order to keep watch over his activities.
 
While following Garboil, Black Cat meets Rick Horne, a reporter for the ''Los Angeles Globe'' who has been assigned to investigate rumors of a Nazi spy ring in LA. Initially disdainful of each other, the pair are forced to work together and discover that Garboil is planting secret information in his motion pictures. Using her knowledge of the studio, Black Cat sneaks into the editing room and changes the edit of the picture to render the information useless. When they are discovered, Rick and Cat physically overpower the gang and turn them in. Garboil escapes and Linda decides to maintain her Black Cat identity in order to keep watch over his activities.
   
In 1944, The Black Cat's costume was modified slightly, becoming a one piece blue bathing suit with buccaneer boots, flared gloves and opera mask all in blue, and a red belt. This look would remain for the rest of her career.
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In 1944, The Black Cat's costume was modified slightly, becoming a one piece blue bathing suit with buccaneer boots, flared gloves and opera mask, all in blue, and a red belt. This look would remain for the rest of her career.
   
 
==Cast of characters==
 
==Cast of characters==

Talk:Nikao

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Kęstutis Kemzūra

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| name = Kęstutis Kemzūra
 
| name = Kęstutis Kemzūra
 
| image = Kestutis Kemzura by Augustas Didzgalvis.jpg
 
| image = Kestutis Kemzura by Augustas Didzgalvis.jpg
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| caption = Kęstutis Kemzūra as [[Lithuania men's national basketball team|Lithuania basketball team]] coach
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| caption = Kęstutis Kemzūra as the [[Lithuania men's national basketball team|Lithuania national team]] coach
 
| team = Olympiacos
 
| team = Olympiacos
 
| league = [[Greek Basket League]]<br/>[[EuroLeague]]
 
| league = [[Greek Basket League]]<br/>[[EuroLeague]]
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| cteam11 = [[Olympiacos B.C.|Olympiacos]] (assistant)
 
| cteam11 = [[Olympiacos B.C.|Olympiacos]] (assistant)
 
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| highlights =
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* [[FIBA Europe]] League champion (2005)
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* [[FIBA Europe League]] champion (2005)
* [[Lega Basket Serie A|Lega Basket]] champion (2006)
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* [[Lega Basket Serie A|Italian League]] champion (2006)
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* [[Russian Basketball Cup|Russian Cup]] winner (2008)
 
* 2× [[National Basketball League (Czech Republic)|Czech League]] champion (2014, 2015)
 
* 2× [[National Basketball League (Czech Republic)|Czech League]] champion (2014, 2015)
 
'''As assistant coach:'''
 
'''As assistant coach:'''
 
* [[EuroCup Basketball|EuroCup]] champion ([[2017–18 EuroCup Basketball|2018]])
 
* [[EuroCup Basketball|EuroCup]] champion ([[2017–18 EuroCup Basketball|2018]])
 
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| medaltemplates = As coach
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{{MedalBronze|[[2010 FIBA World Championship|Turkey 2010]]| [[Lithuania men's national basketball team|National team]]}}
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Royal Hospital for Children and Young People

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The '''Royal Hospital for Children and Young People''' is a [[hospital]] under construction that will specialise in [[paediatric]] healthcare. The hospital, which replaces the [[Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Edinburgh|Royal Hospital for Sick Children]] (the ''Sick Kids'') in [[Sciennes]], will form part of the [[Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh]] campus at [[Little France]], in Edinburgh. The facility will provide care for children and young people from birth to around 16 years of age.
 
The '''Royal Hospital for Children and Young People''' is a [[hospital]] under construction that will specialise in [[paediatric]] healthcare. The hospital, which replaces the [[Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Edinburgh|Royal Hospital for Sick Children]] (the ''Sick Kids'') in [[Sciennes]], will form part of the [[Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh]] campus at [[Little France]], in Edinburgh. The facility will provide care for children and young people from birth to around 16 years of age.

Royal Tasmania Regiment

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|Representative Colonel= [[Professor the Honourable Kate Warner, AC]], {{post-nominals|country=AUS|size=100%|sep=,|AM}} ([[Governor of Tasmania]])
 
|Representative Colonel= [[Professor the Honourable Kate Warner, AC]], {{post-nominals|country=AUS|size=100%|sep=,|AM}} ([[Governor of Tasmania]])
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|motto= ''Pro Aris Et Focis'' (For Altars and Hearths)
 
|motto= ''Pro Aris Et Focis'' (For Altars and Hearths)

User:Opkids/sandbox

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= Operation Kids Foundation =
Operation Kids Foundation is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1999 by Reid G. Sheftall, M.D.. It is dedicated to providing free surgical care to children and young adults of limited means. It is headquartered in Phnom Penh, Cambodia and provides surgery in Phnom Penh and Ho Chi Min City, Vietnam.<ref>https://www.cambodiadaily.com/news/israeli-doctor-pays-a-visit-to-cambodias-acid-burn-victims-71244/ </ref> As of December 1, 2018, over 1400 surgeries have been performed. All of the procedures have been performed by Dr. Sheftall except for eight performed by Dr. Ichtack Ramon, a visiting plastic surgeon from Israel and ten performed by local cardiovascular teams.<ref>https://www.phnompenhpost.com/national/israelis-drop-do-good-deeds</ref> The primary focus has been on late burn reconstruction. Repair of decubitus ulcers, flap creation for amputees and pediatric open heart surgery have been added in the 20 years of the Foundation's existence. Free tutoring of school-aged children is also provided.<ref>https://www.opkidsfoundation.org/</ref>
== History ==
=== Reid G. Sheftall, M.D. ===
Reid G. Sheftall, M.D. was born on October 29, 1956 in Jacksonville, Florida.<ref>https://www.opkidsfoundation.org/</ref> He graduated from the Massachusettts Institute of Technology in 1978 with a B.S. in physics and attended medical school at the University of South Florida College of Medicine, graduating in 1988.<ref>https://issuu.com/issuu4me/docs/alumnivoice_april2011_finallr.pdf</ref> In the years between graduating from M.I.T and starting medical school, Dr. Sheftall worked as a Part-time Instructor of Physics at the University of Southern California and as a professional card counter.<ref>https://www.technologyreview.com/s/410361/the-doctor-of-second-chances/</ref> Following medical school, Dr. Sheftall completed his internship, residency and fellowship in Santa Barbara, CA, Cleveland, OH and Los Angeles, CA.<ref>https://www.technologyreview.com/s/410361/the-doctor-of-second-chances/</ref><ref>http://www.usga.org/content/usga/home-page/championships/2017/u-s--senior-amateur-/articles/doctor-golfer-s-.html</ref> In 2007, Dr. Sheftall published a one year memoir covering his 2004 experiences with Operation Kids Foundation and his return to golf after a 30 year absence from the game, entitled "Striking it Rich: Golf in the Kingdom with Generals, Patients, and Pros".<ref>https://www.jacksonville.com/opinion/editorials/2010-03-26/story/profile-following-his-bliss</ref> Dr. Sheftall held a players card on the Malaysian PGA Tour and Asian Seniors Tour for 12 years starting in 2005 and is a current card-holder on the Asian Development Tour.<ref>https://www.technologyreview.com/s/410361/the-doctor-of-second-chances/</ref> In 2007, Dr. Sheftall created the cartoon/animation characters "Durian and Friends". Two years later, he wrote the treatment for an episode of the British television series ''Casualty''. It was filmed in Cambodia later that year. Dr. Sheftall has written, produced and directed one feature film, ''In Dreams'', in 2011, and acted in several productions including the 2006 BBC production of Horizon's ''Pandemic'' directed by Peter Leonard.<ref>https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2458147/</ref><ref>https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2458147/otherworks?ref_=nm_pdt_wrk_sm</ref>
=== Founding of Operation Kids Foundation ===
After five years of private practice in the U.S., Dr. Sheftall moved to Cambodia to start Operation Kids Foundation in 1999 after a trip through Southeast Asia in 1997 demonstrated the need.<ref>https://www.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424052748704013004574517892268554388</ref>
=== Funding of Operation Kids Foundation ===
From its founding in 1999 until December of 2018, Foundation programs were funded by Dr. Sheftall himself, taking a percentage of the profits from his cosmetic surgery practice. As of December, 2018, donations have been accepted.<ref>https://issuu.com/issuu4me/docs/alumnivoice_april2011_finallr.pdf</ref>
== Activities ==
'''Pediatric Burn Reconstruction'''<br>

Due to the cultural practice of acid throwing and lax prosecution, this has been the most common cause of burns since 1999. Recently, perpetrators have been prosecuted more aggressively and the current incidence is equally divided between acid, electric and flame burns.

'''Repair of Decubitus Ulcers'''<br>

Due to the prevalence of polio victims in southeast Asia, numerous children are wheelchair-bound and develop decubitus ulcers due to poor management.

'''Creation of Flaps for Amputees'''<br>

Numerous children lose limbs due to the prevalence of land mines leftover from wars and the Khmer Rouge practice of planting thousands around their encampments. Coverage is needed to soften the interface between amputated bone and fitted prostheses.

'''Pediatric Open Heart Surgery'''<br>

Local cardiovascular surgeons are recruited to repair congenital heart defects.

'''Tutoring'''<br>

Employees of Operation Kids Foundation provide tutoring to school children in need.
== External links ==
# [https://www.opkidsfoundation.org/ Operation Kids Foundation]
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{{AFC submission|||ts=20190117033116|u=Opkids|ns=2}}

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User:CantDanceToo

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User account CantDanceToo was created

2019 Malaysia Masters (badminton)

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Section 4

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| RD2-team1={{flagicon|DEN}} [[Victor Svendsen|V Svendsen]]
 
| RD2-team1={{flagicon|DEN}} [[Victor Svendsen|V Svendsen]]
 
| RD2-score1-1=18
 
| RD2-score1-1=18
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| RD2-score1-3=
 
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| RD2-seed2=
 
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| RD2-team2='''{{flagicon|MAS}} [[Liew Daren|Liew D]]'''
 
| RD2-score2-1='''21'''
 
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Category:1960 Mexican television series endings

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Created page with '{{Year by category | m = 1 | c = 9 | d = 6 | y = 0 | cat = Mexican television series endings | sortkey = Mexican television series endings | in = | parent = Mex...'

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{{Year by category
| m = 1
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| parent = Mexican television series endings by year
| subcat = 1960 in Mexican television
}}
[[Category:1960 television series endings|Mexico]]
[[Category:1960s Mexican television series endings]]

David Cavanagh

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Undid revision 878682141 by Emrule1234 (talk) unexplained removal

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*''The Creation Records Story: My Magpie Eyes are Hungry for the Prize'' (2001)
 
*''The Creation Records Story: My Magpie Eyes are Hungry for the Prize'' (2001)
 
*''Music for Boys'' (2003)
 
*''Music for Boys'' (2003)
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*''The Middleman'' (2004)
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*''Falling Body'' (2009)
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*''The Wruv Reader'' (2012)
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*''Straddle'' (2015)
 
*''Good Night and Good Riddance: How Thirty-Five Years of John Peel Helped to Shape Modern Life'' (2015)
 
*''Good Night and Good Riddance: How Thirty-Five Years of John Peel Helped to Shape Modern Life'' (2015)
   

Sushant Singh Rajput

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| occupation = [[Actor]] <br> [[Dancer]] <br> [[Philanthropist]]
 
| occupation = [[Actor]] <br> [[Dancer]] <br> [[Philanthropist]]
 
| years_active = 2008 - Present
 
| years_active = 2008 - Present
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}}
 
}}
   

Instant messaging

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User base: Added subsections, separated closed services

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{{Update|inaccurate=yes|date=March 2015}}
 
{{Update|inaccurate=yes|date=March 2015}}
   
'''More than 100 million users'''
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===More than 100 million users===
 
{| class="wikitable sortable"
 
{| class="wikitable sortable"
 
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|}
 
|}
   
'''Other platforms'''
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===Other platforms===
 
{| class="wikitable sortable"
 
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! Company
 
! Company
 
! data-sort-type="number" | Usage
 
! data-sort-type="number" | Usage
|-
 
| [[AOL Instant Messenger|AIM]]
 
| [[AOL|AOL, Inc]]
 
| Closed in December 2017
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[BlackBerry Messenger]]
 
| [[BlackBerry Messenger]]
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| IMVU, inc.
 
| IMVU, inc.
 
| 1 million users (June 2007)<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.imvu.com/catalog/web_info.php?section=Info&topic=aboutus|title=IMVU Information|publisher=|accessdate=May 16, 2015}}</ref>
 
| 1 million users (June 2007)<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.imvu.com/catalog/web_info.php?section=Info&topic=aboutus|title=IMVU Information|publisher=|accessdate=May 16, 2015}}</ref>
|-
 
| [[MXit]]
 
| MXit Lifestyle (Pty) Ltd.<ref>MXit federates with the Google Talk network.</ref>
 
| Closed in September 2016
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Paltalk]]
 
| [[Paltalk]]
 
| Paltalk.com
 
| Paltalk.com
 
| 5.5 million monthly unique users (August 2013)<ref>{{cite web | url=https://techcrunch.com/2013/06/17/prism-paltalk/| title=PalTalk: It Was "Flattering" To Be Included In The PRISM Slidedeck | work=TechCrunch | accessdate=2013-08-06 | quote=PalTalk, a profitable group video chat site that's been around for more than a decade and has about 5.5 million monthly uniques [...]}}</ref>
 
| 5.5 million monthly unique users (August 2013)<ref>{{cite web | url=https://techcrunch.com/2013/06/17/prism-paltalk/| title=PalTalk: It Was "Flattering" To Be Included In The PRISM Slidedeck | work=TechCrunch | accessdate=2013-08-06 | quote=PalTalk, a profitable group video chat site that's been around for more than a decade and has about 5.5 million monthly uniques [...]}}</ref>
 
|-
 
| [[XMPP]] (Protocol used by multiple clients)
 
| [[XMPP Standards Foundation]]
 
| 1200+ million (September 2011)<ref>This number is based on the number of Facebook accounts ({{cite web|url=http://blog.facebook.com/blog.php?post=409753352130 |title=500 Million Stories &#124; Facebook |publisher=Blog.facebook.com |date= |accessdate=2013-07-11}}) Google talk and WLM accounts. ({{cite web|url=http://windowsteamblog.com/windows_live/b/windowslive/archive/2011/12/14/anyone-can-build-a-windows-live-messenger-client-with-open-standards-access-via-xmpp.aspx |title=Anyone can build a Messenger client—with open standards access via XMPP |publisher=Windowsteamblog.com |date= |accessdate=2013-07-11}}) Further, as there are many other open source servers (some also with companies behind it), the number provided is probably too small. However, many of these servers are not federated, and so, do not actually interact as is usually expected of XMPP servers.</ref>
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|-
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===Closed services and such with unclear activity===
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{| class="wikitable sortable"
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|-
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! Instant messenger client
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! Company
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! data-sort-type="number" | Usage
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|-
 
| [[AOL Instant Messenger|AIM]]
 
| [[AOL|AOL, Inc]]
 
| Closed in December 2017
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|-
 
| [[MXit]]
 
| MXit Lifestyle (Pty) Ltd.<ref>MXit federates with the Google Talk network.</ref>
 
| Closed in September 2016
 
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| [[Windows Live Messenger]]
 
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| Xfire, Inc.
 
| Xfire, Inc.
 
| Closed in June 2015
 
| Closed in June 2015
|-
 
| [[XMPP]] (Protocol used by multiple clients)
 
| [[XMPP Standards Foundation]]
 
| 1200+ million (September 2011)<ref>This number is based on the number of Facebook accounts ({{cite web|url=http://blog.facebook.com/blog.php?post=409753352130 |title=500 Million Stories &#124; Facebook |publisher=Blog.facebook.com |date= |accessdate=2013-07-11}}) Google talk and WLM accounts. ({{cite web|url=http://windowsteamblog.com/windows_live/b/windowslive/archive/2011/12/14/anyone-can-build-a-windows-live-messenger-client-with-open-standards-access-via-xmpp.aspx |title=Anyone can build a Messenger client—with open standards access via XMPP |publisher=Windowsteamblog.com |date= |accessdate=2013-07-11}}) Further, as there are many other open source servers (some also with companies behind it), the number provided is probably too small. However, many of these servers are not federated, and so, do not actually interact as is usually expected of XMPP servers.</ref>
 
 
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| [[Yahoo! Messenger]]
 
| [[Yahoo! Messenger]]

Prodigy (rapper)

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| death_date = {{death date and age|2017|06|20|1974|11|02}}
 
| death_date = {{death date and age|2017|06|20|1974|11|02}}
 
| death_place = [[Las Vegas, Nevada]], U.S.
 
| death_place = [[Las Vegas, Nevada]], U.S.
| death_cause = Accidental choking<ref>{{cite news|title=Mobb Deep rapper Prodigy died of accidental choking |url=http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/mobb-deep-rapper-prodigy-died-accidental-choking-article-1.3382073|newspaper=NY Daily News|date=3 August 2017}}</ref>
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| death_cause = egg<ref>{{cite news|title=Mobb Deep rapper Prodigy died of accidental choking |url=http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/mobb-deep-rapper-prodigy-died-accidental-choking-article-1.3382073|newspaper=NY Daily News|date=3 August 2017}}</ref>
 
| home_town = [[Queens]], [[New York City]], [[New York (state)|New York]], U.S.
 
| home_town = [[Queens]], [[New York City]], [[New York (state)|New York]], U.S.
 
| nationality = American
 
| nationality = American

List of Porsche vehicles

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1990s

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===1990s===
 
===1990s===
* [[Porsche 968]] (1991–1995)
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* [[Porsche 986|Porsche Boxster]] (1996–present)
 
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Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex

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{{Infobox royalty
 
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| name = Prince Edward
| name = Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex |title = [[Earl of Wessex]] ([[#Titles, styles, honours and arms|more]])
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| title = [[Earl of Wessex]] ([[#Titles, styles, honours and arms|more]])
 
| image = Prince Edward February 2015.jpg
 
| image = Prince Edward February 2015.jpg
 
| caption = The Earl in [[Belfast]], February 2015
 
| caption = The Earl in [[Belfast]], February 2015