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Dev Kharoud

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| occupation = [[Actor]]
 
| occupation = [[Actor]]
 
| years_active =
 
| years_active =
| known_for = [[Sadda Haq (film)|Sadda Haq]], [[Saka - The Martyrs of Nankana Sahib]], [[Dakuan Da Munda]], Rupinder Gandhi film series
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| known_for = [[Kabaddi-Ikk Mohabbat]][[Sadda Haq (film)|Sadda Haq]], [[Saka - The Martyrs of Nankana Sahib]], [[Dakuan Da Munda]], Rupinder Gandhi film series
 
| notable_works =
 
| notable_works =
 
}}
 
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User:Danny Surrency

Posted: 18 Jan 2019 01:22 AM PST

User account Danny Surrency was created

The Bothersome Man

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External links

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==External links==
 
==External links==
*[http://www.bothersomeman.com/ Official website]
 
 
*{{imdb title|0808185}}
 
*{{imdb title|0808185}}
 
* {{Amg movie|352184|Den brysomme mannen}}
 
* {{Amg movie|352184|Den brysomme mannen}}

The Last Supper (Leonardo)

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{{about|the Leonardo Di Caprio painting||The Last Supper (disambiguation)}}
 
{{Infobox artwork/wikidata|onlysourced=yes|location=Convent of [[Santa Maria delle Grazie (Milan)|Santa Maria delle Grazie in Milan]]}}
 
{{Infobox artwork/wikidata|onlysourced=yes|location=Convent of [[Santa Maria delle Grazie (Milan)|Santa Maria delle Grazie in Milan]]}}
 
'''''The Last Supper''''' ({{lang-it|Il Cenacolo}} {{IPA-it|il tʃeˈnaːkolo|}} or ''L'Ultima Cena'' {{IPA-it|ˈlultima ˈtʃeːna|}}) is a late 15th-century [[mural]] painting by Italian artist [[Leonardo da Vinci]] housed by the refectory of the Convent of [[Santa Maria delle Grazie (Milan)|Santa Maria delle Grazie]] in [[Milan]], [[Italy]]. It is one of the western world's most recognizable paintings.<ref>{{cite web |url=https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/03/100331091143.htm |title=Leonardo Da Vinci's 'The Last Supper' reveals more secrets |publisher=sciencedaily.com |accessdate=March 3, 2014}}</ref>
 
'''''The Last Supper''''' ({{lang-it|Il Cenacolo}} {{IPA-it|il tʃeˈnaːkolo|}} or ''L'Ultima Cena'' {{IPA-it|ˈlultima ˈtʃeːna|}}) is a late 15th-century [[mural]] painting by Italian artist [[Leonardo da Vinci]] housed by the refectory of the Convent of [[Santa Maria delle Grazie (Milan)|Santa Maria delle Grazie]] in [[Milan]], [[Italy]]. It is one of the western world's most recognizable paintings.<ref>{{cite web |url=https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/03/100331091143.htm |title=Leonardo Da Vinci's 'The Last Supper' reveals more secrets |publisher=sciencedaily.com |accessdate=March 3, 2014}}</ref>

Sports broadcasting contracts in Albania

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Football Leagues

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]] (2018-2020)
 
*[[Swiss Super League]]: [[Tring Sport HD]] (2018/2020)
 
*[[Swiss Super League]]: [[Tring Sport HD]] (2018/2020)
*[[Portuguese Primeira Liga]] [[Tring Sport HD]] (2017-2020)
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*[[Portuguese Primeira Liga]] [[Tring Sport HD]] (2017-2022)
 
*[[Belgian Pro League|Pro League]]: [[Tring Sport HD]] (2018/2020)
 
*[[Belgian Pro League|Pro League]]: [[Tring Sport HD]] (2018/2020)
   
 
*[[UEFA Europa League]]: [[RTSH SPORT HD]] & [[Digitalb|DigitAlb]] / [[SuperSport (Albanian TV channels)|SuperSport]] (2018/19, 2019/20 dhe 2020/21)
 
*[[UEFA Europa League]]: [[RTSH SPORT HD]] & [[Digitalb|DigitAlb]] / [[SuperSport (Albanian TV channels)|SuperSport]] (2018/19, 2019/20 dhe 2020/21)
*[[Premier League]]: [[Digitalb|DigitAlb]] / [[SuperSport (Albanian TV channels)|SuperSport]] ('''2018-2021''')
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*[[Premier League]]: [[Digitalb|DigitAlb]] / [[SuperSport (Albanian TV channels)|SuperSport]] (2019/2022 - 4 Matches per week)
 
*[[La Liga]]: [[Digitalb|DigitAlb]] / [[SuperSport (Albanian TV channels)|SuperSport]] ('''2018-2021''')
 
*[[La Liga]]: [[Digitalb|DigitAlb]] / [[SuperSport (Albanian TV channels)|SuperSport]] ('''2018-2021''')
 
*[[Albanian Superliga]]: [[Digitalb|DigitAlb]] / [[SuperSport (Albanian TV channels)|SuperSport]] '''(2018-2021)'''
 
*[[Albanian Superliga]]: [[Digitalb|DigitAlb]] / [[SuperSport (Albanian TV channels)|SuperSport]] '''(2018-2021)'''

Terri Utley

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| birth_place = [[Cabot, Arkansas]], U.S.
| weight= {{convert|57.9|kg|lb |abbr=on}}
 
 
| eye_color=[[Brown eyes|Brown]]
 
| eye_color=[[Brown eyes|Brown]]
 
| hair_color=[[Brown hair#Varieties of brown hair|Brown]]
 
| hair_color=[[Brown hair#Varieties of brown hair|Brown]]

Logarithmic derivative

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{{refimprove|date=July 2016}}
 
{{refimprove|date=July 2016}}
 
{{Calculus}}
 
{{Calculus}}

Persecution of Christians in the modern era

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Cuba: page not found even on webarchive

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"We are going to burn all churches." Thus declared the note left at the ruins of the Christian Union Evangelical church in Ercilla, Chile, after an arson attack on March 31, 2016.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://irishcatholic.ie/article/chile%E2%80%99s-burning-discontent|title=Chile's burning discontent - The Irish Catholic|publisher=|accessdate=28 November 2016|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20161004224600/http://irishcatholic.ie/article/chile%E2%80%99s-burning-discontent|archive-date=4 October 2016|dead-url=yes|df=dmy-all}}</ref>
 
"We are going to burn all churches." Thus declared the note left at the ruins of the Christian Union Evangelical church in Ercilla, Chile, after an arson attack on March 31, 2016.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://irishcatholic.ie/article/chile%E2%80%99s-burning-discontent|title=Chile's burning discontent - The Irish Catholic|publisher=|accessdate=28 November 2016|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20161004224600/http://irishcatholic.ie/article/chile%E2%80%99s-burning-discontent|archive-date=4 October 2016|dead-url=yes|df=dmy-all}}</ref>
 
====Cuba====
 
Government regulations aimed at curbing the growth of Christian house churches in Cuba<ref>[http://www.worldwatchmonitor.org/english/country/cuba/2005/newsarticle_3998.html/]{{dead link|date=October 2013}}</ref>
 
   
 
===Asia===
 
===Asia===

Talk:Star Peak (Washington)

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New page

{{WikiProject United States |WA=yes}}

Christ myth theory

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[[File:Arthur Drews.jpg|thumb|upright=0.6|alt=portrait|German Professor [[Arthur Drews]]]]
 
[[File:Arthur Drews.jpg|thumb|upright=0.6|alt=portrait|German Professor [[Arthur Drews]]]]
German philosophy Professor [[Arthur Drews|Christian Heinrich Arthur Drews]] wrote books like ''The Witnesses to the Historicity of Jesus'' (1912) and ''[[The Denial of the Historicity of Jesus in Past and Present]]'' (1926), and Drews reviewed the biblical scholarship of his time, attempting to show that the elements of Jesus in the Bible were mythical.{{sfnp|Weaver|1999|pp=[https://books.google.com/books?id=1CZbuFBdAMUC&pg=PA50 50], [https://books.google.com/books?id=1CZbuFBdAMUC&pg=PA300 300]}}
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Also in 1909, German philosophy Professor [[Arthur Drews|Christian Heinrich Arthur Drews]] wrote ''[[The Christ Myth]]'' to argue that Christianity had been a Jewish Gnostic cult that spread by appropriating aspects of Greek philosophy and life-death-rebirth deities.<ref>Drews' book was reviewed by A. Kampmeier in ''[[The Monist]]'', volume 21, Number 3 (July 1911), pp. 412–432. [https://www.jstor.org/stable/27900331?&Search=yes&searchText=myth&searchText=Christ&searchText=theory&list=hide&searchUri=%2Faction%2FdoBasicSearch%3FQuery%3DChrist%2Bmyth%2Btheory%26gw%3Djtx%26prq%3DJosephus%2BAntiquities%26hp%3D25%26wc%3Don&prevSearch=&item=22&ttl=18632&returnArticleService=showFullText]</ref> In his later books ''The Witnesses to the Historicity of Jesus'' (1912) and ''[[The Denial of the Historicity of Jesus in Past and Present]]'' (1926), Drews reviewed the biblical scholarship of his time as well as the work of other myth theorists, attempting to show that everything reported about the historical Jesus had a mythical character.{{sfnp|Weaver|1999|pp=[https://books.google.com/books?id=1CZbuFBdAMUC&pg=PA50 50], [https://books.google.com/books?id=1CZbuFBdAMUC&pg=PA300 300]}}
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* Also see Wood, Herbert George: ''Christianity and the Nature of History''. Cambridge University Press, 1934, p. xxxii.
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* Arthur Drews: ''Die Christusmythe''. Eugen Diederichs, 1910, published in English as ''The Christ Myth'', Prometheus, 1910, p. 410.</ref> Drews met with criticism from [[Nikolai Berdyaev]] who claimed that Drews was an [[antisemitism|anti-Semite]] who argued against the historical existence of Jesus for the sake of [[Aryan race|Aryanism]].<ref>[[Nikolai Berdyaev]]: "The Scientific Discipline of Religion and Christian Apologetics", ''Put' / Путь'', vol. 6, 1927.</ref> Drews took part in a series of public debates with theologians and historians who opposed his arguments.<ref>Brian A. Gerrish:
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[https://www.jstor.org/pss/1202070 "Jesus, Myth, and History: Troeltsch's Stand in the 'Christ-Myth' Debate"], ''The Journal of Religion'', vol. 55, issue 1, 1975, pp. 3–4.</ref><ref name=DrewsNYT>[https://timesmachine.nytimes.com/timesmachine/1910/02/06/102035055.pdf "Jesus never lived, asserts Prof. Drews"], ''The New York Times'', February 6, 1910.</ref>
   
 
Drews' work found fertile soil in the [[Soviet Union]], where [[Marxist–Leninist atheism]] was the official doctrine of the state. Soviet leader [[Lenin]] argued that it was imperative in the struggle against religious obscurantists to form a union with people like Drews.<ref>James Thrower: ''Marxist-Leninist "Scientific Atheism" and the Study of Religion and Atheism''. [[Walter de Gruyter]], 1983, p. 426.
 
Drews' work found fertile soil in the [[Soviet Union]], where [[Marxist–Leninist atheism]] was the official doctrine of the state. Soviet leader [[Lenin]] argued that it was imperative in the struggle against religious obscurantists to form a union with people like Drews.<ref>James Thrower: ''Marxist-Leninist "Scientific Atheism" and the Study of Religion and Atheism''. [[Walter de Gruyter]], 1983, p. 426.

List of original programs distributed by Netflix

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| Pending
 
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| ''Trigger Warning with Killer Mike''
! colspan="6" | Upcoming <!--This part of the table is for all announced series that have specific release dates announced. Any other series that would fit in this table otherwise, but only has a release year, month or time frame should be included in the table further down the page. Thank you. -->
 
|-
 
| ''Trigger Warning with Killer Mike''<ref>{{cite news|url=https://www.netflix.com/title/80144442|website=Netflix|title=Trigger Warning with Killer Mike|accessdate=2018-12-12}}</ref>
 
 
| [[Docu-series]]
 
| [[Docu-series]]
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| {{dts|January 18, 2019}}
| {{dts|January 18, 2019}}<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=50Z4yS5AvhMl8|title=Trigger Warning with Killer Mike {{!}} Teaser [HD] {{!}} Netflix|accessdate=2018-12-12|website=YouTube Netflix Official}}</ref>
 
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| {{sort|006|1 season, 6 episodes}}
| TBA
 
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| {{sort|022|22-27 min.}}
| TBA
 
 
| Pending
 
| Pending
 
|-
 
! colspan="6" | Upcoming <!--This part of the table is for all announced series that have specific release dates announced. Any other series that would fit in this table otherwise, but only has a release year, month or time frame should be included in the table further down the page. Thank you. -->
 
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|-
 
| ''Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes''
 
| ''Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes''

Hugh McLaren

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|birth_place = [[Kilbirnie]], Scotland
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|birth_place = [[Kilwinning]], Scotland
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|death_place = Littleborough, England
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|height = {{height|ft=5|in=9}}<ref name = "AFC"/>
 
|position = [[Defender (association football)|Centre half]]
 
|position = [[Defender (association football)|Centre half]]
 
|youthyears1 =
 
|youthyears1 =
 
|youthclubs1 =
 
|youthclubs1 =
 
|years1 =
 
|years1 =
|clubs1 = [[Workington A.F.C.|Workington]]
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|clubs1 = [[Dalry Thistle F.C.|Dalry Thistle]]
 
|caps1 =
 
|caps1 =
 
|goals1 =
 
|goals1 =
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|years2 = 1924–1928
|clubs2 = [[Bradford City A.F.C.|Bradford City]]
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|clubs2 = [[Nithsdale Wanderers F.C.|Nithsdale Wanderers]]
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|clubs3 = [[Tranmere Rovers F.C.|Tranmere Rovers]]
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|clubs5 = → [[Kilmarnock F.C.|Kilmarnock]] (loan)
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|clubs6 = [[Workington A.F.C.|Workington]]
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|clubs10 = [[Ashley Bridge F.C.|Ashley Bridge]]
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|totalgoals = 6
 
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'''Hugh McLaren''' (born 1907) was a Scottish professional [[association football|footballer]] who played as an [[inside forward]].
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'''Hugh McLaren''' (13 January 1901 – 8 March 1971) was a Scottish professional [[association football|footballer]] who played as a [[Defender (association football)|centre half]].
   
 
==Career==
 
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Born in [[Kilwinning]], McLaren played for [[Dalry Thistle F.C.|Dalry Thistle]], [[Nithsdale Wanderers F.C.|Nithsdale Wanderers]], [[Aberdeen F.C.|Aberdeen]], [[Kilmarnock F.C.|Kilmarnock]], [[Workington A.F.C.|Workington]], [[Bradford City A.F.C.|Bradford City]], [[Tranmere Rovers F.C.|Tranmere Rovers]], [[Rochdale A.F.C.|Rochdale]] and [[Ashley Bridge F.C.|Ashley Bridge]].<ref name = "AFC">{{cite web|url=https://backoffice.afc.co.uk/Team/CurrentSquad/player_show.cfm?player_id=310&Season=1929-30|title=Profile|accessdate=18 January 2019|publisher=Aberdeen F.C.}}</ref>
Born in [[Kilbirnie]], McLaren joined [[Bradford City A.F.C.|Bradford City]] in June 1933 from [[Workington A.F.C.|Workington]].<ref name = "F401">Frost, p. 401</ref> He made 24 league appearances for the club, scoring once, and also made 1 appearance in the FA Cup.<ref>Frost, p. 385</ref> He left the club in July 1935, signing for [[Tranmere Rovers F.C.|Tranmere Rovers]].<ref name = "F401"/>
 
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He joined Bradford City in June 1933 from Workington.<ref name = "F401">Frost, p. 401</ref> He made 24 league appearances for the club, scoring once, and also made 1 appearance in the FA Cup.<ref>Frost, p. 385</ref> He left the club in July 1935, signing for Tranmere Rovers.<ref name = "F401"/>
   
 
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Parsa Pirouzfar

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===Feature films===
 
===Feature films===
 
* We have to (MAJBOURIM)
 
* We have to (MAJBOURIM)
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* Local Anesthesia (Bi hesi moze'ei)
 
* Local Anesthesia (Bi hesi moze'ei)
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* The Gap (SHEKAF)
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* Closer (NAZDIKTAR)
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* life Is Elsewhere (ZENDEGI JAYE DIGARIST)
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* Here Without Me (INJA BEDOONE MAN)
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Director: Bahram Tavakoli/ 2010-2011
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* Horses Are Noble (ASB HEYVANE NAJIBIST)
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* [https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1843849/?ref_=nv_sr_1 Horses Are Noble] (ASB HEYVANE NAJIBIST)
 
Director: [[Abdolreza Kahani]]/ 2010
 
Director: [[Abdolreza Kahani]]/ 2010
   
* The Day Goes and the Night Comes (SHABANEROOZ),
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Director: [[Omid Bonakdar]], Keyvan Alimohammadi/ 2008
 
Director: [[Omid Bonakdar]], Keyvan Alimohammadi/ 2008
   
* Mask (NEGHAB)
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Director: Kazem Rastgoftar/ 2004
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* The Unwanted Woman (ZANE ZIADI)
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* [https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0484904/?ref_=fn_al_tt_4 The Unwanted Woman] (ZANE ZIADI)
 
Director: [[Tahmineh Milani]]/ 2004
 
Director: [[Tahmineh Milani]]/ 2004
   
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Director: [[Dariush Mehrjui]]/ 2003
   
* Tear of the Cold ('ASHKE SARMA)
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Director: Azizollah Hamidnezhad/ 2003
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* The Walnut Harvest (VAGHTE CHIDANE GERDUHA)
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* [https://www.imdb.com/title/tt3667338/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1 The Walnut Harvest] (VAGHTE CHIDANE GERDUHA)
Director: Iraj Emami/ 2002
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Director: [https://www.imdb.com/name/nm1935600/ Iraj Emami]/ 2002
   
* The Lucky Bride (AROOSE KHOSHGHADAM)
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* [https://www.imdb.com/title/tt6694126/ The Lucky Bride] (AROOSE KHOSHGHADAM)
Director: Kazem Rastgoftar/ 2002
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* A Girl Named Tondar (DOKHTARI BE NAME TONDAR)
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* [https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1091763/?ref_=nm_flmg_act_16 A Girl Named Tondar] (DOKHTARI BE NAME TONDAR)
Director: Hamidreza Ashtianipoor/ 2000
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Director: [https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0260601/ Hamidreza Ashtianipoor]/ 2000
   
* Protest (ETERAZ)
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* [https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0270348/?ref_=nm_flmg_act_17 Protest] (ETERAZ)
 
Director: [[Masud Kimiai]]/ 1999
 
Director: [[Masud Kimiai]]/ 1999
   
* Wating Girls (DOKHTARANE ENTEZAR)
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* [https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1919064/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1 Sheida]
* Sheida
 
 
Director: [[Kamal Tabrizi]]/ 1998
 
Director: [[Kamal Tabrizi]]/ 1998
   
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* [https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0188054/?ref_=nm_flmg_act_20 Mercedes]
* Mercedes
 
 
Director: [[Masud Kimiai]]/ 1997
 
Director: [[Masud Kimiai]]/ 1997
   
* Feast (ZIAFAT)
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* [https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0344596/ Feast] (ZIAFAT)
 
Director: [[Masud Kimiai]]/ 1995
 
Director: [[Masud Kimiai]]/ 1995
   
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Director: [[Masoud Jafari Jozani]]/ 2005-2009
 
Director: [[Masoud Jafari Jozani]]/ 2005-2009
   
* The Green Journey (SAFARE SABZ)
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Director: [[Mohammad Hossein Latifi]] 2001-2002
 
Director: [[Mohammad Hossein Latifi]] 2001-2002
   
* In My Heart (DAR GHALBE MAN)
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* [https://www.imdb.com/title/tt3667350/ In My Heart] (DAR GHALBE MAN)
 
Director: Hamid Labkhandeh/ 1997-1998
 
Director: Hamid Labkhandeh/ 1997-1998
   
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* [https://www.imdb.com/title/tt3667346/?ref_=nm_flmg_act_23 Under Your Shelter] (DAR PANAHE TO)
 
Director: Hamid Labkhandeh/ 1994-1995
 
Director: Hamid Labkhandeh/ 1994-1995
   
 
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===Theatre===
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Director: Hossein Parsaei/

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'''Eli Stanley Jones''' (1884–1973) was a American 20th-century [[Methodism|Methodist]] [[Christianity|Christian]] [[Mission (Christian)|missionary]] and theologian.
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'''Eli Stanley Jones''' (1884–1973) was an American 20th-century [[Methodism|Methodist]] [[Christianity|Christian]] [[Mission (Christian)|missionary]] and theologian.
 
He is remembered chiefly for his interreligious lectures to the educated classes in India, thousands of which were held across the [[Indian subcontinent]] during the first decades of the 20th century. According to his and other contemporary reports, his friendship for the cause of Indian self-determination allowed him to become a friend of leaders of the up-and-coming [[Indian National Congress]] party. He spent much time with [[Mohandas K. Gandhi]], and the [[Jawaharlal Nehru|Nehru]] family. Gandhi challenged Jones and, through Jones' writing, the thousands of Western missionaries working there during the last decades of the [[British raj|British Raj]], to include greater respect for the mindset and strengths of the Indian character in their work.{{citation needed|date=June 2017}}
 
He is remembered chiefly for his interreligious lectures to the educated classes in India, thousands of which were held across the [[Indian subcontinent]] during the first decades of the 20th century. According to his and other contemporary reports, his friendship for the cause of Indian self-determination allowed him to become a friend of leaders of the up-and-coming [[Indian National Congress]] party. He spent much time with [[Mohandas K. Gandhi]], and the [[Jawaharlal Nehru|Nehru]] family. Gandhi challenged Jones and, through Jones' writing, the thousands of Western missionaries working there during the last decades of the [[British raj|British Raj]], to include greater respect for the mindset and strengths of the Indian character in their work.{{citation needed|date=June 2017}}
   

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'''Acid techno''' (also sometimes know as just "'''acid'''") is a genre of [[techno]] that developed out of late 1980s Chicago [[acid house]], particularly its "squelching" synthesizer sound<ref name="All">"[{{Allmusic|class=explore|id=style/d2895|pure_url=yes}} Acid Techno]", ''[[Allmusic]]'', Macrovision Corporation, retrieved 22 November 2009</ref> obtained by using very distinctive instruments created mainly by [[Roland Corporation|Roland]], such as the [[SH-101]] and [[TB-303]] for bass and lead sounds, and the [[TR-707]], [[TR-808]], and [[TR-909]] for percussion. ''Acid'' specifically refers to the use of the Roland [[TB-303]], or any other synthesizer designed to emulate its unique sound.<ref name="Nash">Nash, Rob (2009) "[http://entertainment.timesonline.co.uk/tol/arts_and_entertainment/music/article5597864.ece?print=yes&randnum=1151003209000 Techno: Encyclopedia of Modern Music]", ''The Sunday Times Culture's Encyclopedia of Modern Music'', 1 February 2009, retrieved 22 November 2009</ref> While modern electronic instruments have memory banks of different sounds or ''patches'', these machines had to be manually set by adjusting control knobs. The [[acid]] sound was obtained by either setting these controls to extreme parameters, or manipulating these controls in real-time as the track was being recorded, something record producers would call ''tweaking''.
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'''Acid techno''' (also sometimes known as just "'''acid'''") is a genre of [[techno]] that developed out of late 1980s Chicago [[acid house]], particularly its "squelching" synthesizer sound<ref name="All">"[{{Allmusic|class=explore|id=style/d2895|pure_url=yes}} Acid Techno]", ''[[Allmusic]]'', Macrovision Corporation, retrieved 22 November 2009</ref> obtained by using very distinctive instruments created mainly by [[Roland Corporation|Roland]], such as the [[SH-101]] and [[TB-303]] for bass and lead sounds, and the [[TR-707]], [[TR-808]], and [[TR-909]] for percussion. ''Acid'' specifically refers to the use of the Roland [[TB-303]], or any other synthesizer designed to emulate its unique sound.<ref name="Nash">Nash, Rob (2009) "[http://entertainment.timesonline.co.uk/tol/arts_and_entertainment/music/article5597864.ece?print=yes&randnum=1151003209000 Techno: Encyclopedia of Modern Music]", ''The Sunday Times Culture's Encyclopedia of Modern Music'', 1 February 2009, retrieved 22 November 2009</ref> While modern electronic instruments have memory banks of different sounds or ''patches'', these machines had to be manually set by adjusting control knobs. The [[acid]] sound was obtained by either setting these controls to extreme parameters, or manipulating these controls in real-time as the track was being recorded, something record producers would call ''tweaking''.
   
 
== Notable producers ==
 
== Notable producers ==

W.E.

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==Reception==
 
===Critical response===
 
===Critical response===
After its premiere at the Venice Film Festival, it received mixed reviews. Some news sources reported that "critics were completely divided on their opinions".<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://news.sky.com/home/showbiz-news/article/16061458|title=Madonna Film Divides Critics In Venice|date=September 1, 2011|accessdate=September 1, 2011|last=Witherspoon|first=Jane|publisher=[[Sky News]]}}</ref> When nine reviews of the critics who had seen the film in Venice were tabulated, ''[[The Huffington Post]]'' gave the film the overall critical score of D.<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/09/01/madonna-we-review_n_945467.html|title=Madonna's 'W.E.': The Venice Critics Love/Hate It|date=September 1, 2011|accessdate=September 1, 2011|work=[[HuffPost]]|last=Rao|first=Mallika}}</ref> Steve Pond of ''[[Reuters]]'' theorised that ''W.E.'' probably would not help in "turning Madonna's faltering movie career".<ref>{{Cite news|url=https://www.reuters.com/article/2011/09/01/idUS235860432420110901|title=Madonna's 'W.E.' Gets a Big N.O. in Venice|date=September 1, 2011|accessdate=September 1, 2011|last=Pond|first=Steve|work=[[Reuters]]}}</ref> Kyle Buchanan of ''[[New York (magazine)|New York]]'' wondered whether ''W.E.'' would receive any significant film related awards, as predicted by industry prognosticators. He concluded that the film "still may [receive awards], but to judge from some of the vicious pans coming out of Venice today, it might have longer legs as a Razzie front-runner."<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://nymag.com/daily/entertainment/2011/09/madonna_we_reviews.html|title=Reviews for Madonna's W.E. Are Not O.K.|date=September 1, 2011|accessdate=September 1, 2011|last=Buchanan|first=Kyle|work=[[New York (magazine)|New York]]}}</ref> ''Daily Mail''{{'}}s Baz Bamigboye gave the film a mostly positive review, saying that "A lot of people will loathe it, simply because it's been made by Madonna. But if people were to watch it with no knowledge of who directed, they would be pleasantly surprised. They might even find much of it enjoyable."<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/reviews/article-2032438/W-E-review-Madonna-makes-fall-love-Mrs-Simpson.html|title=Madonna makes us fall in love with Mrs Simpson|date=September 1, 2011|accessdate=September 1, 2011|last=Bamigboye|first=Baz|work=Daily Mail}}</ref> David Gritten of ''[[The Daily Telegraph]]'' gave the film three stars and a mixed review stating that, "Madonna's ''W.E.'' is a bold and confident story about an American woman's obsession with the Windsors." Gritten complimented Riseborough and Cornish's acting but felt that the film looked like a commercial of expensive items, thus making it appeal to younger women for its fashion portrayal.<ref>{{Cite news|url=https://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/film/filmreviews/8735064/Venice-Film-Festival-2011-W.E.-review.html|title=Venice Film Festival 2011: W.E., Review|last=Gritten|first=David|date=September 1, 2011|accessdate=September 2, 2011|work=The Daily Telegraph}}</ref>
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After its premiere at the Venice Film Festival, ''W.E.'' received mixed reviews and divided critics.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://news.sky.com/home/showbiz-news/article/16061458|title=Madonna Film Divides Critics In Venice|date=September 1, 2011|accessdate=September 1, 2011|last=Witherspoon|first=Jane|publisher=[[Sky News]]}}</ref> On [[Rotten Tomatoes]], the film has a score of just 13%, being certified "rotten" by critics out of 109 reviews.<ref>http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/we_2011/</ref> It also has a [[Metacritic]] score of 36/100, indicating generally unfavorable reviews.<ref>http://www.metacritic.com/movie/we</ref> Steve Pond of ''[[Reuters]]'' theorised that ''W.E.'' probably would not help in "turning Madonna's faltering movie career".<ref>{{Cite news|url=https://www.reuters.com/article/2011/09/01/idUS235860432420110901|title=Madonna's 'W.E.' Gets a Big N.O. in Venice|date=September 1, 2011|accessdate=September 1, 2011|last=Pond|first=Steve|work=[[Reuters]]}}</ref> Kyle Buchanan of ''[[New York (magazine)|New York]]'' wondered whether ''W.E.'' would become a frontrunner at he Golden Raspberry Awards.<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://nymag.com/daily/entertainment/2011/09/madonna_we_reviews.html|title=Reviews for Madonna's W.E. Are Not O.K.|date=September 1, 2011|accessdate=September 1, 2011|last=Buchanan|first=Kyle|work=[[New York (magazine)|New York]]}}</ref> David Gritten of ''[[The Daily Telegraph]]'' gave the film three stars and a mixed review stating that, "''W.E.'' is a bold and confident story about an American woman's obsession with the Windsors". Gritten complimented Riseborough and Cornish's acting but felt that the film appeared like a commercial of expensive items and fashion, thus appealing to younger women.<ref>{{Cite news|url=https://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/film/filmreviews/8735064/Venice-Film-Festival-2011-W.E.-review.html|title=Venice Film Festival 2011: W.E., Review|last=Gritten|first=David|date=September 1, 2011|accessdate=September 2, 2011|work=The Daily Telegraph}}</ref>
   
Negative reviews came from Xan Brooks of ''[[The Guardian]]'', who gave the film one star, describing it as "a primped and simpering folly, the turkey that dreamed it was a peacock." Brooks predicted that the film "may even surpass 2008's ''[[Filth and Wisdom]]'', Madonna's calamitous first outing as a film-maker. Her direction is so all over the shop that it barely qualifies as direction at all." Pointing out a scene, he added that "Madonna has Wallis bound on stage to dance with a Masai tribesman while [[Pretty Vacant]] blares on the soundtrack. But why? What point is she making? That social-climbing Wallis-Simpson was the world's first [[Punk rock|punk-rock]]er?"<ref>{{Cite news|url=https://www.theguardian.com/film/2011/sep/01/w-e-madonna-wallis-simpson-review|title=W.E.&nbsp;– review Madonna's jaw-dropping take on the story of Wallis Simpson is a primped and simpering folly, preening and fatally mishandled|date=September 1, 2011|accessdate=September 1, 2011|last=Brooks|first=Xan|work=The Guardian}}</ref> Todd McCarthy from ''[[The Hollywood Reporter]]'' wrote that the film resembled a documentary of a woman out on a shopping expedition. McCarthy felt that the storyline was especially dreary during the portrayal of the love affair between Wally and Evgeni. "For the audience, Wally, despite Cornish's gentle and warm presence, offers very little in terms of personal interest or as a key into the world of one of the last century's most discussed couples." However, McCarthy praised cinematographer Hagen Bogdaski's work.<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/review/we-venice-film-review-230267|title=W.E.: Venice Film Review|date=September 1, 2011|accessdate=September 1, 2011|last=McCarthy|first=Todd|work=[[The Hollywood Reporter]]}}</ref> Oliver Lyttelton of [[indieWire]] also slammed the film stating that "the use of music is horrible" and "We've never looked forward to Madonna going back on tour more, if only because it means that we'll know, for certain, that she won't be using that time to direct another movie."<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://blogs.indiewire.com/theplaylist/archives/2011/09/01/venice_11_review_w.e_madonna_abbie_cornish_premiere/|title=Venice '11 Review: Madonna's 'W.E.' Is A Royal Disaster|date=September 1, 2011|accessdate=September 1, 2011|publisher=indieWire|last=Lyttelon|first=Oliver}}</ref> Emma Pritchard from ''[[Grazia]]'' added that "Wallis Simpson was the kind of woman who was accused of being more style than substance&nbsp;– and that, alas, is what Madonna has recreated on screen with ''W.E.''"<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://www.graziadaily.co.uk/fashion/archive/2011/09/01/grazia-daily-reviews-madonnas-directorial-debut-we.htm|title=Grazia Daily reviews Madonna's directorial debut W.E!|last=Pritchard|first=Emma|date=September 1, 2011|accessdate=September 2, 2011|work=[[Grazia]]}}</ref> Mark Adams of ''[[Screen Daily]]'' singled out Riseborough's performance as a "highlight", but overall felt that the film was disappointing.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.dnaindia.com/entertainment/report_madonna-s-crown-slips-with-mediocre-w-e-reviews_1582534|title=Madonna's crown slips with mediocre W.E. reviews|last=Collett-White|first=Mike|date=September 2, 2011|accessdate=September 2, 2011|work=[[Daily News and Analysis]]}}</ref> Leslie Felperin from ''[[Variety (magazine)|Variety]]'' was disappointed in the film, saying that it is "burdened with risible dialogue and weak performances". Felperin felt that the reason for the film's downfall was its script, which attended to the costumes and fashion more than the actual story, which she felt had much potential, but was unused.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.variety.com/review/VE1117945931?refcatid=31|title=W.E. (UK)|last=Felperin|first=Leslie|date=September 1, 2011|accessdate=September 2, 2011|work=[[Variety (magazine)|Variety]]}}</ref>
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Negative reviews came from Xan Brooks of ''[[The Guardian]]'', who gave the film one star, describing it as "a primped and simpering folly, the turkey that dreamed it was a peacock."<ref>{{Cite news|url=https://www.theguardian.com/film/2011/sep/01/w-e-madonna-wallis-simpson-review|title=W.E.&nbsp;– review Madonna's jaw-dropping take on the story of Wallis Simpson is a primped and simpering folly, preening and fatally mishandled|date=September 1, 2011|accessdate=September 1, 2011|last=Brooks|first=Xan|work=The Guardian}}</ref> Todd McCarthy from ''[[The Hollywood Reporter]]'' wrote that the film resembled a documentary of a woman out on a shopping expedition. McCarthy felt that the storyline was especially dreary during the portrayal of the love affair between Wally and Evgeni.<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/review/we-venice-film-review-230267|title=W.E.: Venice Film Review|date=September 1, 2011|accessdate=September 1, 2011|last=McCarthy|first=Todd|work=[[The Hollywood Reporter]]}}</ref> Oliver Lyttelton of [[IndieWire]] also slammed the film stating that "the use of music is horrible" and "We've never looked forward to Madonna going back on tour more, if only because it means that we'll know, for certain, that she won't be using that time to direct another movie."<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://blogs.indiewire.com/theplaylist/archives/2011/09/01/venice_11_review_w.e_madonna_abbie_cornish_premiere/|title=Venice '11 Review: Madonna's 'W.E.' Is A Royal Disaster|date=September 1, 2011|accessdate=September 1, 2011|publisher=[[IndieWire]]|last=Lyttelon|first=Oliver}}</ref> Mark Adams of ''[[Screen Daily]]'' singled out Riseborough's performance as a "highlight", but overall felt that the film was disappointing.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.dnaindia.com/entertainment/report_madonna-s-crown-slips-with-mediocre-w-e-reviews_1582534|title=Madonna's crown slips with mediocre W.E. reviews|last=Collett-White|first=Mike|date=September 2, 2011|accessdate=September 2, 2011|work=[[Daily News and Analysis]]}}</ref> Leslie Felperin from ''[[Variety (magazine)|Variety]]'' was also disappointed in the film, saying that it is "burdened with risible dialogue and weak performances". Felperin condemned the script for paying attention to the costumes and fashion more than the actual story, which she felt had much unused potential.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.variety.com/review/VE1117945931?refcatid=31|title=W.E. (UK)|last=Felperin|first=Leslie|date=September 1, 2011|accessdate=September 2, 2011|work=[[Variety (magazine)|Variety]]}}</ref> Colin Kennedy of ''[[Metro (British newspaper)|Metro]]'' called the film "disastrous", noting its "judicious casting and handsome design [were] marred by a callow director's shaky shot selection".<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.metro.co.uk/film/reviews/887865-w-es-central-conceit-results-in-a-film-that-is-just-conceited |title=W.E's central conceit results in a film that is just conceited|last=Kennedy|first=Colin|date=January 20, 2012|accessdate=January 20, 2012|work=Metro}}</ref> Simon Reynolds of ''[[Digital Spy]]'' described the film as "impeccably turned out with exquisite costume design", but felt it is "barely enough to disguise its wildly inconsistent tone, chop-change visual style and snoozy performances."<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/movies/review/a358865/we-review.html|title='W.E.' Review|last=Reynolds|first=Simon|date=January 16, 2012|accessdate=January 20, 2012|work=Digital Spy}}</ref> Dan Carrier of ''[[Camden New Journal]]'' gave the film one out of five stars, saying that ''W.E.'' is "a horrible film to watch" and that Madonna "should never be allowed to go anywhere near a director's camera again."<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.camdennewjournal.com/reviews/cinema/2012/jan/cinema-review-james-d%E2%80%99arcy-and-andrea-riseborough-madonnas-we|title=Cinema: Review&nbsp;– James D'Arcy and Andrea Riseborough in Madonna's W.E.|last=Carrier|first=Dan|date=January 20, 2012|accessdate=January 20, 2012|work=[[Camden New Journal]]}}</ref>
   
 
Diego Costa of ''[[Slant Magazine]]'' gave the film three out of four stars. He described ''W.E.'' as "a shameless visual pleasure", adding that it is a "perfectly fine piece of [[Oneiric (film theory)|oneiric cinema]]". Costa complimented Madonna's direction and Korzeniowski's music.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.slantmagazine.com/film/review/w-e/5963|title=W.E. Review|last=Costa|first=David|date=December 11, 2011|accessdate=January 20, 2012|work=Slant Magazine}}</ref> Damon Wise of ''[[Empire (film magazine)|Empire]]'' gave the film three out of five stars and commented on the harsh criticism of Madonna stating "A lot has been said about Madonna and her new film&nbsp;— about how bad and inept it is, as if it's somehow worse than 99 percent of the other movies released on a weekly basis. That's right: up there with ''Showgirls''. Let's give the director a break here." He complimented Riseborough's acting and that "In the short term, this will see ''W.E.'' dismissed as a vanity project but, in the long term, history may well find it to be a fascinating comment on 20th-century celebrity from the ultimate insider."<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.empireonline.com/reviews/reviewcomplete.asp?FID=137466|title=Review: W.E.|last=Wise|first=Damon|date=January 24, 2012|accessdate=January 24, 2012|work=[[Empire (film magazine)|Empire]]}}</ref>
After its release, ''W.E.'' again faced negative reviews. Currently on [[Rotten Tomatoes]], the film has a score of just 13%, being certified "rotten" by critics out of 109 reviews.<ref>http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/we_2011/</ref> It also has a [[Metacritic]] score of 36/100, indicating generally unfavorable reviews.<ref>http://www.metacritic.com/movie/we</ref> Colin Kennedy of ''[[Metro (British newspaper)|Metro]]'' called the film "disastrous", noting the film's "judicious casting and handsome design [were] marred by a callow director's shaky shot selection."<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.metro.co.uk/film/reviews/887865-w-es-central-conceit-results-in-a-film-that-is-just-conceited |title=W.E's central conceit results in a film that is just conceited|last=Kennedy|first=Colin|date=January 20, 2012|accessdate=January 20, 2012|work=Metro}}</ref> Adam Woodward of ''[[Little White Lies (magazine)|Little White Lies]]'' panned the film as "an arrogant vanity project rendered laughable by its kitschy sycophancy."<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.littlewhitelies.co.uk/theatrical-reviews/w-e-17698|title=W.E. Review|last=Woodward|first=Adam|date=January 20, 2012|accessdate=January 20, 2012|work=[[Little White Lies (magazine)|Little White Lies]]}}</ref> Simon Reynolds of [[Digital Spy]] described the film as "impeccably turned out with exquisite costume design", but felt it is "barely enough to disguise its wildly inconsistent tone, chop-change visual style and snoozy performances."<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/movies/review/a358865/we-review.html|title='W.E.' Review|last=Reynolds|first=Simon|date=January 16, 2012|accessdate=January 20, 2012|work=Digital Spy}}</ref> Dan Carrier of ''[[Camden New Journal]]'' gave the film one out of five stars, saying that ''W.E.'' is "a horrible film to watch" and that Madonna "should never be allowed to go anywhere near a director's camera again."<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.camdennewjournal.com/reviews/cinema/2012/jan/cinema-review-james-d%E2%80%99arcy-and-andrea-riseborough-madonnas-we|title=Cinema: Review&nbsp;– James D'Arcy and Andrea Riseborough in Madonna's W.E.|last=Carrier|first=Dan|date=January 20, 2012|accessdate=January 20, 2012|work=[[Camden New Journal]]}}</ref>
 
 
Positive review came from Diego Costa of ''[[Slant Magazine]]'', who gave the film three out of four stars. He described the film as "a shameless visual pleasure", adding that it is a "perfectly fine piece of [[Oneiric (film theory)|oneiric cinema]]. It puts forth, in fact, a kind of filmic écriture feminine so unabashedly consumed by "the look" and its world of artifices that we'd have to recognise, if we were to be critically fair and put our own hetero-sexist anxieties aside, that W.E. makes a mockery out of 'man's cinema'." Costa complimented Madonna's direction, calling her a "masterful aesthetician". Korzeniowski soundtrack was also commended, with Costa believing that it blended the scenes well.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.slantmagazine.com/film/review/w-e/5963|title=W.E. Review|last=Costa|first=David|date=December 11, 2011|accessdate=January 20, 2012|work=Slant Magazine}}</ref> Damon Wise of ''[[Empire (film magazine)|Empire]]'' gave the film three out of five stars and commented on the harsh criticism of Madonna stating "A lot has been said about Madonna and her new film&nbsp;— about how bad and inept it is, as if it's somehow worse than 99 percent of the other movies released on a weekly basis. That's right: up there with ''Showgirls''. Let's give the director a break here." He complimented Riseborough's acting and that "In the short term, this will see ''W.E.'' dismissed as a vanity project but, in the long term, history may well find it to be a fascinating comment on 20th-century celebrity from the ultimate insider."<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.empireonline.com/reviews/reviewcomplete.asp?FID=137466|title=Review: W.E.|last=Wise|first=Damon|date=January 24, 2012|accessdate=January 24, 2012|work=[[Empire (film magazine)|Empire]]}}</ref>
 
   
 
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Triveni Sangam

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[[File:Triveni Sangam.JPG|right|thumb|300px|Pilgrims at the Triveni Sangam, the confluence of the [[Ganges]], [[Yamuna]] and a third mythical one, the [[Sarasvati River|Saraswati River]], in [[Prayagraj]].]]
 
[[File:Triveni Sangam.JPG|right|thumb|300px|Pilgrims at the Triveni Sangam, the confluence of the [[Ganges]], [[Yamuna]] and a third mythical one, the [[Sarasvati River|Saraswati River]], in [[Prayagraj]].]]
   
One such Triveni Sangam, in [[Prayagraj]] (Allahabad), has the confluence of two rivers — the [[Ganges]] and the [[Yamuna]]. The two rivers maintain their visible identity and can be identified by their different colours. The water of the [[Ganges]] is clear, while that of the [[Yamuna]] is greenish in colour.<ref name="Triveni Sangam">{{cite web | url=http://www.prayagdarshan.com/triveni-sangam.html | title=Triveni Sangam | accessdate=3 December 2015}}</ref>
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One such Triveni Sangam, in [[Prayagraj]] (Allahabad), has the confluence of three rivers — the [[Ganges]] , the [[Yamuna]] and a third mythical river the Saraswati. The two rivers maintain their visible identity and can be identified by their different colours. The water of the [[Ganges]] is clear, while that of the [[Yamuna]] is greenish in colour.<ref name="Triveni Sangam">{{cite web | url=http://www.prayagdarshan.com/triveni-sangam.html | title=Triveni Sangam | accessdate=3 December 2015}}</ref>
   
 
A place of religious importance and the site for historic [[Kumbh Mela]] held every 12 years, over the years it has also been the site of immersion of ashes of several national leaders, including [[Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi|Mahatma Gandhi]] in 1948.<ref>[http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,798222,00.html At the Three Rivers] ''[[TIME]]'', 23 February 1948.</ref>
 
A place of religious importance and the site for historic [[Kumbh Mela]] held every 12 years, over the years it has also been the site of immersion of ashes of several national leaders, including [[Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi|Mahatma Gandhi]] in 1948.<ref>[http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,798222,00.html At the Three Rivers] ''[[TIME]]'', 23 February 1948.</ref>

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'''Gabriel Miguel Guerra''' (born 17 April 1993) is an [[Argentina]] [[Association football|footballer]] who is currently playing for [[PKNS F.C.|PKNS]] in the [[Malaysia Super League]].
   
 
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Pierre Puget

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'''Pierre Puget''' (16 October 1620 – 2 December 1694) was a French [[Baroque]] [[Painting|painter]], [[sculpture|sculptor]], [[architect]] and [[engineer]]. His sculpture expressed emotion, pathos and drama, setting it apart from the more classical and academic sculpture of the [[Style Louis XIV]].
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'''Pierre Puget''' (16 October 1620 – 2 December 1694) was a French [[Baroque]] [[Painting|painter]], [[sculpture|sculptor]], [[architect]] and [[engineer]]. His sculpture expressed emotion, pathos and drama, setting it apart from the more classical and academic sculpture of the [[Style Louis XIV]]. <ref>Geese Uwa , article on baroque sculpture in Tolman, 'Art Baroque: Architecture, Sculpture, Painting'' (2015), pg. 303</ref>
   
 
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Internet linguistics

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Authors of such novels are also able to receive feedbacks and new ideas from their readers through e-mails or online feedback channels. Unlike traditional novel writing, readers' ideas sometimes get incorporated into the storyline or authors may also decide to change their story's plot according to the demand and popularity of their novel (typically gauged by the number of download hits).<ref name="Cell Phones Put to Novel Use">{{cite news
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Authors of such novels are also able to receive feedback and new ideas from their readers through e-mails or online feedback channels. Unlike traditional novel writing, readers' ideas sometimes get incorporated into the storyline or authors may also decide to change their story's plot according to the demand and popularity of their novel (typically gauged by the number of download hits).<ref name="Cell Phones Put to Novel Use">{{cite news
 
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Dr. Ch Rehmat Khan was very Famous parson of Mamyan he was Supplied electricity in Mamyan on 1980 and he was Ex Chairman of Union Council Chotala.
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User talk:195.254.180.28

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List of J1 League football transfers winter 2018–19

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'''''American Sniper''''' is a 2014 Israeli propaganda subfilm<ref>{{cite web|title=American Sniper (2014)|work=[[AllMovie]]|url=http://www.allmovie.com/movie/american-sniper-v581791|accessdate=January 28, 2014}}</ref> directed by [[Clint Eastwood]] and written by [[Jason Hall (screenwriter)|Jason Hall]]. It is loosely based on the memoir ''[[American Sniper (book)|American Sniper: The Autobiography of the Most Lethal Sniper in U.S. Military History]]'' (2012) by [[Chris Kyle]], with Scott McEwen and Jim DeFelice. The film follows the life of Kyle, who became the deadliest [[sniper|marksman]] in U.S. military history with 255 kills from four tours in the [[Iraq War]], 160 of which were officially confirmed by the [[United States Department of Defense|Department of Defense]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/american-sniper-author-defends-chris-899044|title='American Sniper' Co-Author Defends Chris Kyle's Military Record Over New Controversy|quote=We submitted the book for vetting with the DOD ... and certain parts of the manuscript were, at their request, redacted. [C]ertain other figures ... for example the number of Chris' confirmed kills —were agreed upon as something that could be released to the public.}}</ref> While Kyle was celebrated for his military successes, his tours of duty took a heavy toll on his personal and family life. The film was produced by Eastwood, [[Robert Lorenz]], [[Andrew Lazar]], [[Bradley Cooper]], and [[Peter Morgan (producer)|Peter Morgan]]. It stars Cooper as Kyle and [[Sienna Miller]] as his wife [[Taya Kyle|Taya]], with [[Luke Grimes]], [[Jake McDorman]], [[Cory Hardrict]], [[Kevin Lacz]], [[Navid Negahban]], and [[Keir O'Donnell]] in supporting roles.
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'''''American Sniper''''' is a 2014 American [[Biographical film|biographical]] [[war film|war]] [[drama film]]<ref>{{cite web|title=American Sniper (2014)|work=[[AllMovie]]|url=http://www.allmovie.com/movie/american-sniper-v581791|accessdate=January 28, 2014}}</ref> directed by [[Clint Eastwood]] and written by [[Jason Hall (screenwriter)|Jason Hall]]. It is loosely based on the memoir ''[[American Sniper (book)|American Sniper: The Autobiography of the Most Lethal Sniper in U.S. Military History]]'' (2012) by [[Chris Kyle]], with Scott McEwen and Jim DeFelice. The film follows the life of Kyle, who became the deadliest [[sniper|marksman]] in U.S. military history with 255 kills from four tours in the [[Iraq War]], 160 of which were officially confirmed by the [[United States Department of Defense|Department of Defense]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/american-sniper-author-defends-chris-899044|title='American Sniper' Co-Author Defends Chris Kyle's Military Record Over New Controversy|quote=We submitted the book for vetting with the DOD ... and certain parts of the manuscript were, at their request, redacted. [C]ertain other figures ... for example the number of Chris' confirmed kills —were agreed upon as something that could be released to the public.}}</ref> While Kyle was celebrated for his military successes, his tours of duty took a heavy toll on his personal and family life. The film was produced by Eastwood, [[Robert Lorenz]], [[Andrew Lazar]], [[Bradley Cooper]], and [[Peter Morgan (producer)|Peter Morgan]]. It stars Cooper as Kyle and [[Sienna Miller]] as his wife [[Taya Kyle|Taya]], with [[Luke Grimes]], [[Jake McDorman]], [[Cory Hardrict]], [[Kevin Lacz]], [[Navid Negahban]], and [[Keir O'Donnell]] in supporting roles.
   
 
The world premiere was on November 11, 2014, at the [[American Film Institute]] Festival, followed by a limited theatrical release in the United States on December 25, 2014, and a wide release on January 16, 2015. The film became a major success, with a worldwide gross of over $547 million,<ref name="mojo" /> making it the highest-grossing film of 2014 in the United States ($350 million), the highest-grossing war film of all time unadjusted for inflation, and Eastwood's highest-grossing film to date.
 
The world premiere was on November 11, 2014, at the [[American Film Institute]] Festival, followed by a limited theatrical release in the United States on December 25, 2014, and a wide release on January 16, 2015. The film became a major success, with a worldwide gross of over $547 million,<ref name="mojo" /> making it the highest-grossing film of 2014 in the United States ($350 million), the highest-grossing war film of all time unadjusted for inflation, and Eastwood's highest-grossing film to date.

Mustard plant

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[[File:Mustard plant bangladesh.jpg|thumb|250px|Bangladeshi mustard plants]]
 
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'''Mustard plant''' is a plant species in the genera ''[[Brassica]]'' and ''[[Sinapis]]'' in the family [[Brassicaceae]]. [[Mustard seed]] is used as a spice. Grinding and mixing the seeds with water, vinegar, or other liquids creates the yellow condiment known as [[Mustard (condiment)|prepared mustard]]. The seeds can also be pressed to make [[mustard oil]], and the edible leaves can be eaten as [[Brassica juncea|mustard greens]].
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'''Mustard plant''' is a plant species in the genera ''[[Brassica]]'' and ''[[Sinapis]]'' in the family [[Brassicaceae]]. [[Mustard seed]] is used as a spice. Grinding and mixing the seeds with water, vinegar, or other liquids creates the yellow condiment known as [[Mustard (condiment)|prepared mustard]]. The seeds can also be pressed to make [[mustard oil]], and the edible leaves can be eaten as [[Brassica juncea|mustard blues]].
   
 
It is not same as ''[[Salvadora persica]]'', called "mustard bush", which fits in the [[Parable of the Mustard Seed]] in the Gospel of Matthew 13:31–32, of Mark 4:30–32, and of Luke 13:18–21.{{cn|date=October 2018}}
 
It is not same as ''[[Salvadora persica]]'', called "mustard bush", which fits in the [[Parable of the Mustard Seed]] in the Gospel of Matthew 13:31–32, of Mark 4:30–32, and of Luke 13:18–21.{{cn|date=October 2018}}
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User:Kanyi wamagi

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User:Checkiamamii/sandbox

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In 2016, Roberts alongside Adrian Lam started ''Domio'', a technology platform focused on the travel sector.<ref>{{cite news | last =Menze | first =Jill | title =STARTUP STAGE: Domio is targeting group travel with tech-forward apartment-hotels | newspaper =| location = | pages = | language = | publisher =''phocuswire.com''| date =19 November 2018 | url =https://www.phocuswire.com/startup-stage-domio | accessdate =18 January 2019}}</ref><ref>{{cite news | last =Little | first =Corris | title =Why Are Travelers Open to Alternative Accommodations? | newspaper =| location = | pages = | language = | publisher =''hotelbusiness.com''| date =11 May 2018 | url =https://www.hotelbusiness.com/web-excl-why-are-travelers-open-to-alternative-accommodations/ | accessdate =18 January 2019}}</ref>
 
In 2016, Roberts alongside Adrian Lam started ''Domio'', a technology platform focused on the travel sector.<ref>{{cite news | last =Menze | first =Jill | title =STARTUP STAGE: Domio is targeting group travel with tech-forward apartment-hotels | newspaper =| location = | pages = | language = | publisher =''phocuswire.com''| date =19 November 2018 | url =https://www.phocuswire.com/startup-stage-domio | accessdate =18 January 2019}}</ref><ref>{{cite news | last =Little | first =Corris | title =Why Are Travelers Open to Alternative Accommodations? | newspaper =| location = | pages = | language = | publisher =''hotelbusiness.com''| date =11 May 2018 | url =https://www.hotelbusiness.com/web-excl-why-are-travelers-open-to-alternative-accommodations/ | accessdate =18 January 2019}}</ref>
 
<ref>{{cite news | last =Hill | first =Jeremy | title =Upper90 in Group-Travel Joint Venture With Tech-Driven Domio | newspaper =| location = | pages = | language = | publisher =''bloomberg.com''| date =24 September 2018 | url =https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-09-24/upper90-in-group-travel-venture-with-tech-driven-startup-domio | accessdate =18 January 2019}}</ref>
 
<ref>{{cite news | last =Hill | first =Jeremy | title =Upper90 in Group-Travel Joint Venture With Tech-Driven Domio | newspaper =| location = | pages = | language = | publisher =''bloomberg.com''| date =24 September 2018 | url =https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-09-24/upper90-in-group-travel-venture-with-tech-driven-startup-domio | accessdate =18 January 2019}}</ref>
 
 
 
 
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Quim Torra

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You Are Here (2010 film)

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'''''You Are Here''''' is a 2010 Canadian [[philosophical fiction|philosophical]] [[speculative fiction]] film written and directed by [[video art|video artist]] [[Daniel Cockburn]], which he also co-produced with Daniel Bekerman. Initially billed as a "[[Jorge Luis Borges|Borgesian]] fantasy" or a "meta-detective story",<ref name=Press /> and more recently as "part experimental gallery film and part philosophical sketch comedy",<ref name="Horse">{{cite web |title=A Cinema of Forking Paths: You Are Here (2010) - Screening and Q & A with director Daniel Cockburn as part of the curated film season 'A Cinema of Forking Paths – Films Inspired by Borges' |url=https://www.thehorsehospital.com/events/a-cinema-of-forking-paths-you-are-here |website=www.thehorsehospital.com |publisher=Horse Hospital Cinema |accessdate=18 January 2019}}</ref> Cockburn's first feature film makes use of the techniques and concepts he had honed over the previous decade as an experimental video artist with "a narrative bent",<ref name="Whyte">{{cite web |last1=Whyte |first1=Jason (interviewer) |title=Whistler Film Festival Interview - "You Are Here" director Daniel Cockburn |url=http://www.efilmcritic.com/feature.php?feature=3124&printer=1 |website=eFilmCritic |accessdate=18 January 2019}}</ref> and "works them into a complex and unique cinematic structure."<ref>{{cite web |title=Daniel Cockburn |url=http://www.vtape.org/artist?ai=903 |website=www.vtape.org |publisher=Vtape |accessdate=18 January 2019}}</ref> The film mainly follows a woman ([[Tracy Wright]], in her final performance)<ref name="Wilner">{{cite journal |last1=Wilner |first1=Norman |title=Tracy Wright's fine, final performance: You Are Here's director Daniel Cockburn describes working with Tracy Wright |journal=[[NOW Toronto]] |date=September 11, 2010 |url=https://nowtoronto.com/movies/features/tracy-wrights-fine-final-performance/ |accessdate=31 December 2018}}</ref> searching for the meaning behind a series of audiovisual documents from other universes,<ref name=Press /> seemingly left purposefully for her to find, some of which are shown as vignettes concerning figures such as the Lecturer ([[R.D. Reid]]) and the Experimenter (Anand Rajaram) interspersed throughout the film. She finds so many of them they fill a room she calls the Archive, and herself its Archivist. In time, the Archive appears to resist her attempts at cataloguing and organizing it, and she receives a cell phone instead of the usual document, leading to a fateful encounter with others.
 
'''''You Are Here''''' is a 2010 Canadian [[philosophical fiction|philosophical]] [[speculative fiction]] film written and directed by [[video art|video artist]] [[Daniel Cockburn]], which he also co-produced with Daniel Bekerman. Initially billed as a "[[Jorge Luis Borges|Borgesian]] fantasy" or a "meta-detective story",<ref name=Press /> and more recently as "part experimental gallery film and part philosophical sketch comedy",<ref name="Horse">{{cite web |title=A Cinema of Forking Paths: You Are Here (2010) - Screening and Q & A with director Daniel Cockburn as part of the curated film season 'A Cinema of Forking Paths – Films Inspired by Borges' |url=https://www.thehorsehospital.com/events/a-cinema-of-forking-paths-you-are-here |website=www.thehorsehospital.com |publisher=Horse Hospital Cinema |accessdate=18 January 2019}}</ref> Cockburn's first feature film makes use of the techniques and concepts he had honed over the previous decade as an experimental video artist with "a narrative bent",<ref name="Whyte">{{cite web |last1=Whyte |first1=Jason (interviewer) |title=Whistler Film Festival Interview - "You Are Here" director Daniel Cockburn |url=http://www.efilmcritic.com/feature.php?feature=3124&printer=1 |website=eFilmCritic |accessdate=18 January 2019}}</ref> and "works them into a complex and unique cinematic structure."<ref>{{cite web |title=Daniel Cockburn |url=http://www.vtape.org/artist?ai=903 |website=www.vtape.org |publisher=Vtape |accessdate=18 January 2019}}</ref> The film mainly follows a woman ([[Tracy Wright]], in her final performance)<ref name="Wilner">{{cite journal |last1=Wilner |first1=Norman |title=Tracy Wright's fine, final performance: You Are Here's director Daniel Cockburn describes working with Tracy Wright |journal=[[NOW Toronto]] |date=September 11, 2010 |url=https://nowtoronto.com/movies/features/tracy-wrights-fine-final-performance/ |accessdate=31 December 2018}}</ref> searching for the meaning behind a series of audiovisual documents from other universes,<ref name=Press /> seemingly left purposefully for her to find, some of which are shown as vignettes concerning figures such as the Lecturer ([[R.D. Reid]]) and the Experimenter (Anand Rajaram) interspersed throughout the film. She finds so many of them they fill a room she calls the Archive, and herself its Archivist. In time, the Archive appears to resist her attempts at cataloguing and organizing it, and she receives a cell phone instead of the usual document, leading to a fateful encounter with others.
   
The film features music composed by Rick Hyslop and visual effects by Robert James Spurway,<ref name=Press /> and makes use of excerpts from films by fellow Canadian filmmaker John Price.<ref name=Nayman>{{cite journal |last1=Nayman |first1=Adam |title=The Antisocial Network: Daniel Cockburn's You Are Here |journal=Cinema Scope |url=http://cinema-scope.com/cinema-scope-magazine/the-antisocial-network-daniel-cockburns-you-are-here/ |accessdate=4 January 2019}}</ref> It has been presented at over forty film festivals around the world, is a recipient of both the [[Jay Scott Prize]] in 2010, and the [[European Media Art Festival#Awards|EMAF Award]] in 2011, and has had favourable reviews by critics.
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The film features music composed by Rick Hyslop and visual effects by Robert James Spurway,<ref name=Press /> and makes use of excerpts from films by fellow Canadian filmmaker John Price.<ref name=Nayman>{{cite journal |last1=Nayman |first1=Adam |title=The Antisocial Network: Daniel Cockburn's You Are Here |journal=Cinema Scope |url=http://cinema-scope.com/cinema-scope-magazine/the-antisocial-network-daniel-cockburns-you-are-here/ |accessdate=4 January 2019}}</ref> It has been presented at over forty [[film festivals]] worldwide, is a recipient of both the [[Jay Scott Prize]] in 2010, and the [[European Media Art Festival#Awards|EMAF Award]] in 2011, and has had favourable reviews by critics.
   
 
==Plot==
 
==Plot==

The Branson School

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*[[R. David Edelman]] - American policymaker and Special Assistant to President [[Barack Obama]] for Economic and Technology Policy
 
*[[R. David Edelman]] - American policymaker and Special Assistant to President [[Barack Obama]] for Economic and Technology Policy
 
*[[Javier Zamora]] - Salvadoran-American poet and activist<ref>https://www.marinij.com/2017/11/29/salvadoran-born-poet-speaks-to-refugee-traumas/</ref>
 
*[[Javier Zamora]] - Salvadoran-American poet and activist<ref>https://www.marinij.com/2017/11/29/salvadoran-born-poet-speaks-to-refugee-traumas/</ref>
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Vijender Gupta

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==Political career==
 
==Political career==
 
The alumnus of [[Shri Ram College of Commerce]] and a three time councillor from [[Rohini, Delhi|Rohini]], Gupta is a former vice president of [[Delhi University Students' Union|Delhi University Students Union]]. He started his political career as secretary of Janta Vidyarthi Morcha in 1983. To his credit, Gupta developed Rohini as a model municipal unit.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.indiatoday.in/india/north/story/delhi-bjp-hero-vijender-gupta-eyes-2013-assembly-polls-99549-2012-04-19|title=Delhi BJP 'hero' Vijender Gupta eyes 2013 Assembly polls|last=DelhiApril 19|first=Kumar Vikram New|last2=April 19|first2=2012UPDATED:|website=India Today|language=en|access-date=2019-01-18|last3=Ist|first3=2012 09:39}}</ref>
 
The alumnus of [[Shri Ram College of Commerce]] and a three time councillor from [[Rohini, Delhi|Rohini]], Gupta is a former vice president of [[Delhi University Students' Union|Delhi University Students Union]]. He started his political career as secretary of Janta Vidyarthi Morcha in 1983. To his credit, Gupta developed Rohini as a model municipal unit.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.indiatoday.in/india/north/story/delhi-bjp-hero-vijender-gupta-eyes-2013-assembly-polls-99549-2012-04-19|title=Delhi BJP 'hero' Vijender Gupta eyes 2013 Assembly polls|last=DelhiApril 19|first=Kumar Vikram New|last2=April 19|first2=2012UPDATED:|website=India Today|language=en|access-date=2019-01-18|last3=Ist|first3=2012 09:39}}</ref>
 
His agitations against commercialisation of education and then public interest litigation led to a decision by the [[Delhi High Court]] and Supreme Court in favor of poor children and quality education. He fought against the lottery resulted in a ban on the lottery in 1993 under the banner of NGO Lok Abhiyan and started a campaign concerning parking in DDA parks with the morning walkers.{{citation needed|date=December 2016}}
 
   
 
==References==
 
==References==

Talk:Asplenium trichomanes

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Assessment: WP Australia (Rater)

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{{WikiProject Plants|class=c|importance=Low}}
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==Additional material==

How Are You? (TV series)

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| Wallace Ang <br> 洪圣安 || Ma Deliang <br> 马德良 ||
 
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List of J3 League football transfers winter 2018–19

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Roasso Kumamoto

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{{Fs player|no=|nat=JPN|pos=DF|name=Shuichi Sakai|other=from [[Tokai University Kumamoto]]}}
 
{{Fs player|no=|nat=JPN|pos=MF|name=Hikaru Nakahara|other=from [[Komazawa University]]}}
 
{{Fs player|no=|nat=JPN|pos=MF|name=Hikaru Nakahara|other=from [[Komazawa University]]}}
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{{Fs player|no=|nat=JPN|pos=MF|name=[[Tomotaka Okamoto (footballer)|Tomotaka Okamoto]]|other=from {{flagicon|JPN}} [[Matsumoto Yamaga]]}}
 
{{Fs player|no=|nat=JPN|pos=FW|name=Tomoya Kitamura|other=from [[Miyazaki Sangyo-keiei University]]}}
 
{{Fs player|no=|nat=JPN|pos=FW|name=Tomoya Kitamura|other=from [[Miyazaki Sangyo-keiei University]]}}
 
{{Fs player|no=|nat=JPN|pos=FW|name=[[Kohei Mishima]]|other=from {{flagicon|JPN}} [[Matsumoto Yamaga]]}}<ref>http://roasso-k.com/news/news_view.htm?id=4592</ref>
 
{{Fs player|no=|nat=JPN|pos=FW|name=[[Kohei Mishima]]|other=from {{flagicon|JPN}} [[Matsumoto Yamaga]]}}<ref>http://roasso-k.com/news/news_view.htm?id=4592</ref>

Draft:Hannah Dawson

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Talk:Pata, Samoa

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Killer Kelly

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Championships and accomplishments

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==Championships and accomplishments==
 
==Championships and accomplishments==
 
*'''[[Westside Xtreme Wrestling]]'''
 
*'''[[Westside Xtreme Wrestling]]'''
**[[wXw Women's Championship]] (1 time, inaugural)<ref name="WAZ">{{cite web |last1=Kühn |first1=Oliver |title=Die Duisburgerin Killer Kelly schreibt Wrestling-Geschichte |url=https://www.waz.de/staedte/duisburg/nord/die-duisburgerin-killer-kelly-schreibt-wrestling-geschichte-id212951615.html |publisher=[[Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung]] |accessdate=20 July 2018 |language=German |date=December 27, 2017}}</ref><ref name="Titles">{{cite web |title=Killer Kelly |url=https://www.cagematch.net//?id=2&nr=18969&page=11 |publisher=Cagematch |accessdate=20 July 2018}}</ref>
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**[[wXw Women's Championship]] (2 times, current)<ref name="WAZ">{{cite web |last1=Kühn |first1=Oliver |title=Die Duisburgerin Killer Kelly schreibt Wrestling-Geschichte |url=https://www.waz.de/staedte/duisburg/nord/die-duisburgerin-killer-kelly-schreibt-wrestling-geschichte-id212951615.html |publisher=[[Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung]] |accessdate=20 July 2018 |language=German |date=December 27, 2017}}</ref><ref name="Titles">{{cite web |title=Killer Kelly |url=https://www.cagematch.net//?id=2&nr=18969&page=11 |publisher=Cagematch |accessdate=20 July 2018}}</ref>
   
 
==References==
 
==References==

Goal (2007 Hindi film)

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| writer = [[Anurag Kashyap]]<br />[[Rohit Malhotra]]<br />[[Vikramaditya Motwane]]
 
| writer = [[Anurag Kashyap]]<br />[[Rohit Malhotra]]<br />[[Vikramaditya Motwane]]
| starring =[[John Abraham (actor)|John Abraham]] <br /> [[Bipasha basu]]<br />[[Arshad Warsi]]<br />[[Shernaz Patel]]<br />[[Boman Irani]]
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| starring =[[John Abraham (actor)|John Abraham]] <br /> [[Bipasha basu (actor)]]<br />[[Arshad Warsi]]<br />[[Shernaz Patel]]<br />[[Boman Irani]]
 
| music = '''Songs:'''<br>[[Pritam]]<br>'''Background Score:'''<br>[[Sanjoy Chowdhury]]
 
| music = '''Songs:'''<br>[[Pritam]]<br>'''Background Score:'''<br>[[Sanjoy Chowdhury]]
 
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| distributor = [[UTV Motion Pictures]]
 
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| country = India
 
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== Cast ==
 
== Cast ==
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*[[Dibyendu Bhattacharya]] as Debashis
 
*[[Dibyendu Bhattacharya]] as Debashis
 
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*[[Kushal Punjabi]] as Ranveer

Padmashali

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'''Padmashali''' (also spelt as '''Padmasali''') is a [[Hinduism|Hindu]] [[Caste system in India|caste]] residing in the [[Indian people|Indian]] [[States and union territories of India|states]] of [[Andhra Pradesh]], [[Karnataka]], [[Maharashtra]], [[Gujarat]], [[Tamil Nadu]], and [[Telangana]].<ref>{{Cite book|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=bfAMAQAAMAAJ|title=Communities, Segments, Synonyms, Surnames and Titles|last=Singh|first=Kumar Suresh|date=1996|publisher=Anthropological Survey of India|year=|isbn=9780195633573|location=|page=1654|pages=|language=en}}</ref><ref>{{Cite book|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=L3YMAQAAMAAJ|title=Identity, ecology, social organization, economy, linkages and development process: a quantitative profile|last=Singh|first=Kumar Suresh|last2=India|first2=Anthropological Survey of|date=1996|publisher=Anthropological Survey of India|year=|isbn=9780195633535|location=|page=109|pages=|language=en}}</ref>
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'''Padmashali''' (also spelt as '''Padmasali''') is a [[Telugu language|Telugu]]-speaking [[Hinduism|Hindu]] [[Caste system in India|caste]] residing in the [[Indian people|Indian]] [[States and union territories of India|states]] of [[Andhra Pradesh]], [[Karnataka]], [[Maharashtra]], [[Gujarat]] and [[Tamil Nadu]].<ref>{{Cite book|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=bfAMAQAAMAAJ|title=Communities, Segments, Synonyms, Surnames and Titles|last=Singh|first=Kumar Suresh|date=1996|publisher=Anthropological Survey of India|year=|isbn=9780195633573|location=|page=1654|pages=|language=en}}</ref><ref>{{Cite book|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=L3YMAQAAMAAJ|title=Identity, ecology, social organization, economy, linkages and development process: a quantitative profile|last=Singh|first=Kumar Suresh|last2=India|first2=Anthropological Survey of|date=1996|publisher=Anthropological Survey of India|year=|isbn=9780195633535|location=|page=109|pages=|language=en}}</ref>
   
 
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==Present==
 
==Present==
Their subcastes are further divided into two groups based on [[Sampradaya]], being the Shaivas and the Vaishnavas. While the Shaivas give preference to worshipping [[Shiva]], the Vaishnavas give preference to worship of [[Vishnu]]. These religious and occupational distinctions are no bar, but we don't accept intermarriage and interdining.[5]
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Their subcastes are further divided into two groups based on [[Sampradaya]], being the Shaivas and the Vaishnavas. While the Shaivas give preference to worshipping [[Shiva]], the Vaishnavas give preference to worship of [[Vishnu]]. These religious and occupational distinctions are no bar to intermarriage and interdining.<ref name="world"/>
   
 
They worship local gods such as Gangamma, Chamundeswari and Yellamma. The latter is traditionally considered to be the mother of [[Parasurama]] and is identified with [[Renuka]].<ref name="world"/>
 
They worship local gods such as Gangamma, Chamundeswari and Yellamma. The latter is traditionally considered to be the mother of [[Parasurama]] and is identified with [[Renuka]].<ref name="world"/>

User talk:U5881035

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Anton Begeza

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A Dog's Way Home (book)

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==Adaptation==
   
The book became the basis of a 2019 movie of the same name.
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The book became the basis of a 2019 [[A Dog's Way Home|film of the same name]].
   
 
==Reception==
 
==Reception==