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User:Cinema Clown/Toni Collette on screen and stage

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References

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<ref name="Spotswood">{{cite web | url = https://www.bfi.org.uk/films-tv-people/4ce2b7a88d11f | title = Spotswood (1991) | publisher = British Film Institute | archiveurl = https://web.archive.org/web/20181225161220/https://www.bfi.org.uk/films-tv-people/4ce2b7a88d11f | archivedate = 25 December 2018 | deadurl = no | df = dmy-all }}</ref>
 
<ref name="Spotswood">{{cite web | url = https://www.bfi.org.uk/films-tv-people/4ce2b7a88d11f | title = Spotswood (1991) | publisher = British Film Institute | archiveurl = https://web.archive.org/web/20181225161220/https://www.bfi.org.uk/films-tv-people/4ce2b7a88d11f | archivedate = 25 December 2018 | deadurl = no | df = dmy-all }}</ref>
   

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* ''[[Sequenza]]'' <small>(''[[Sequenza I|I]], [[Sequenza II|II]], [[Sequenza IV|IV]], [[Sequenza V|V]], [[Sequenza VI|VI]], [[Sequenza VII|VII]], [[Sequenza X|X]], [[Sequenza XI|XI]], [[Sequenza XII|XII]]'')</small>
   
 
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User:Atifzaman orakzai

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User account Atifzaman orakzai was created

Sebastian Stan

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| ''[[Black Panther (film)|Black Panther]]''
 
| ''[[Black Panther (film)|Black Panther]]''
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| Uncredited cameo<ref>{{cite web|url=http://time.com/5156771/black-panther-after-credit-scenes-vibranium-and-bucky-barnes-explained/|title=What the Black Panther End-Credit Scenes Mean for the Future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe|work=[[Time (magazine)|Time]]|date=February 16, 2018|first=Elena|last=Dockterman|accessdate=March 26, 2018}}</ref>
 
| Uncredited cameo<ref>{{cite web|url=http://time.com/5156771/black-panther-after-credit-scenes-vibranium-and-bucky-barnes-explained/|title=What the Black Panther End-Credit Scenes Mean for the Future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe|work=[[Time (magazine)|Time]]|date=February 16, 2018|first=Elena|last=Dockterman|accessdate=March 26, 2018}}</ref>
 
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Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

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* [http://www.mlwradio.com/something-to-wrestle-with-bruce-prichard.html Something to Wrestle Official Site]
 
 
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Jahnu Barua

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|2018||''[[Bhoga Khirikee]]''<ref>{{Cite news |url=https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/guwahati/shooting-ends-for-bhoga-khidikee-lunchbox-producers-debut-assamese-film/articleshow/62468303.cms |title=Shooting ends for Bhoga Khidikee, Lunchbox producer's debut Assamese film - Times of India |work=The Times of India |access-date=2018-01-12}}</ref> || Broken Window || Assamese || {{Yes}} || ||{{Yes}}||{{Yes}}
 
|2018||''[[Bhoga Khirikee]]''<ref>{{Cite news |url=https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/guwahati/shooting-ends-for-bhoga-khidikee-lunchbox-producers-debut-assamese-film/articleshow/62468303.cms |title=Shooting ends for Bhoga Khidikee, Lunchbox producer's debut Assamese film - Times of India |work=The Times of India |access-date=2018-01-12}}</ref> || Broken Window || Assamese || {{Yes}} || ||{{Yes}}||{{Yes}}
 
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| Under Production ||''Unread Pages''<ref>{{Cite web |url=https://www.indiatoday.in/pti-feed/story/jahnu-baruas-film-to-take-assam-to-global-audience-1157188-2018-01-30 |title=Jahnu Baruas film to take Assam to global audience |date=2018-01-30 |website=India Today |language=en-US |access-date=2018-01-31}}</ref> || || Assamese, English || {{Yes}} || || ||
 
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User talk:Beerrrrrrrr123

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Final warning: Vandalism. (TW)

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Turkestan Army of AFSR

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User:RoboSpace

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User account RoboSpace was created

User:Cinema Clown/Toni Collette on screen and stage

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List of Tamil films of 1970

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Commercial Taxes Department disclosed {{INR}}8.62 crore in entertainment tax revenue for the year<ref>[https://ctd.tn.gov.in/documents/10184/20741/STATISTICAL+COMPENDIUM+2012-2013/9fb9d066-c862-412b-bc88-f29d4091164e?version=1.1 CTD reports {{INR}}8.62 crore ET collection in 1970-71]</ref>.
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The following is a list of films produced in the [[Tamil cinema|Tamil film industry]] in India in [[1970 in film|1970]], in alphabetical order.
 
The following is a list of films produced in the [[Tamil cinema|Tamil film industry]] in India in [[1970 in film|1970]], in alphabetical order.
   

Amy Fisher

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In 2006, Fisher reunited with Mary Jo Buttafuoco in sessions televised for ''[[Entertainment Tonight]]'' and its spinoff, ''[[The Insider (TV series)|The Insider]].'' Fisher said she wanted to heal and move on with her life's However, two years later, she said she felt "no sympathy for Mary Jo",<ref name="fox-sympathy">{{cite news|url=http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,330322,00.html |title=Amy Fisher: 'I Feel No Sympathy' for Mary Jo Buttafuoco |date=2008-02-11 |publisher=Fox News |accessdate=2009-02-21 |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20090125204020/http://www.foxnews.com/story/0%2C2933%2C330322%2C00.html |archivedate=25 January 2009 |deadurl=no }}</ref> without giving an explanation. Fisher and Joey Buttafuoco eventually reunited for the first time at the 2006 [[Legends Cup (LFL)|Lingerie Bowl]] for the coin toss.
 
In 2006, Fisher reunited with Mary Jo Buttafuoco in sessions televised for ''[[Entertainment Tonight]]'' and its spinoff, ''[[The Insider (TV series)|The Insider]].'' Fisher said she wanted to heal and move on with her life's However, two years later, she said she felt "no sympathy for Mary Jo",<ref name="fox-sympathy">{{cite news|url=http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,330322,00.html |title=Amy Fisher: 'I Feel No Sympathy' for Mary Jo Buttafuoco |date=2008-02-11 |publisher=Fox News |accessdate=2009-02-21 |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20090125204020/http://www.foxnews.com/story/0%2C2933%2C330322%2C00.html |archivedate=25 January 2009 |deadurl=no }}</ref> without giving an explanation. Fisher and Joey Buttafuoco eventually reunited for the first time at the 2006 [[Legends Cup (LFL)|Lingerie Bowl]] for the coin toss.
   
In May 2007, Fisher and Joey Buttafuoco met for dinner in [[Port Jefferson, New York|Port Jefferson]], [[Long Island]], in what TV producer David Krieff said was an attempt to develop a [[reality-television]] show.<ref>{{cite news|url= https://nypost.com/2007/05/17/swingin-in-the-rain-2/ |title=Swingin' in the Rain | first= Ed |last=Robinson|date= May 17, 2007|accessdate= September 13, 2017|work=[[New York Post]]}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|url=https://nypost.com/2007/05/13/amy-joey-set-date-for-love/|title=Amy & Joey Set Date for Love|first=James |last=Fanelli |date=May 13, 2007|accessdate= September 13, 2017|work=New York Post}}</ref> In June and July 2011 Fisher appeared as a cast member in the fifth season of the [[reality-television]] series ''[[Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew]]'', which aired on [[VH1]].<ref>{{cite news|last=Ward|first= Kate|url=http://insidetv.ew.com/2011/03/03/celebrity-rehab-michael-lohan-amy-fisher-bai-ling/|title='Celebrity Rehab': Michael Lohan, Amy Fisher, Bai Ling join season 5|work=[[Entertainment Weekly]]|date= March 3, 2011|accessdate=September 14, 2017|archivedate= October 23, 2016| archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20161023075122/http://www.ew.com/article/2011/03/03/celebrity-rehab-michael-lohan-amy-fisher-bai-ling|deadurl=no}}</ref>
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In May 2007, Fisher and Joe Buttafuoco met for dinner in [[Port Jefferson, New York|Port Jefferson]], [[Long Island]], in what TV producer David Krieff said was an attempt to develop a [[reality-television]] show.<ref>{{cite news|url= https://nypost.com/2007/05/17/swingin-in-the-rain-2/ |title=Swingin' in the Rain | first= Ed |last=Robinson|date= May 17, 2007|accessdate= September 13, 2017|work=[[New York Post]]}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|url=https://nypost.com/2007/05/13/amy-joey-set-date-for-love/|title=Amy & Joey Set Date for Love|first=James |last=Fanelli |date=May 13, 2007|accessdate= September 13, 2017|work=New York Post}}</ref> In June and July 2011 Fisher appeared as a cast member in the fifth season of the [[reality-television]] series ''[[Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew]]'', which aired on [[VH1]].<ref>{{cite news|last=Ward|first= Kate|url=http://insidetv.ew.com/2011/03/03/celebrity-rehab-michael-lohan-amy-fisher-bai-ling/|title='Celebrity Rehab': Michael Lohan, Amy Fisher, Bai Ling join season 5|work=[[Entertainment Weekly]]|date= March 3, 2011|accessdate=September 14, 2017|archivedate= October 23, 2016| archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20161023075122/http://www.ew.com/article/2011/03/03/celebrity-rehab-michael-lohan-amy-fisher-bai-ling|deadurl=no}}</ref>
   
 
==Sex tape and adult entertainment career==
 
==Sex tape and adult entertainment career==

Slavery Abolition Act 1833

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==Exceptions and continuations==
As a notable exception to the rest of the British Empire, the Act did not extend to any of the Territories administered by the [[Honourable East India Company]], including the islands of [[Sri Lanka|Ceylon]], and [[Saint Helena]].<ref name=SectionLXIV /> in which the Company had been regulating, and in part prohibiting the slave trade since 1774, with regulations prohibiting enslavement, the sale without a written deed, and the transport of slaves into Company territory prohibited over the period.<ref name="Major2012">{{cite book|author=Andrea Major|title=Slavery, Abolitionism and Empire in India, 1772-1843|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=Qq-GuJKf35wC&pg=PA16|year=2012|publisher=Liverpool University Press|isbn=978-1-84631-758-3|pages=52-55}}</ref> The [[Indian Slavery Act, 1843|Indian Slavery Act of 1843]] went on to prohibit Company employees from owning, or dealing in slaves, along with granting limited protection under the law, that included the ability for a slave to own, transfer or inherit property, notionally benefitting the 8 to 10 million that were estimated to exist in Company territory, to quote Rev. Malcom:
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As a notable exception to the rest of the British Empire, the Act did not extend to any of the Territories administered by the [[Honourable East India Company]], including the islands of [[Sri Lanka|Ceylon]], and [[Saint Helena]].<ref name=SectionLXIV /> in which the Company had been independently regulating, and in part prohibiting the slave trade since 1774; with regulations prohibiting enslavement, the sale without a written deed, and the transport of slaves into Company territory prohibited over the period.<ref name="Major2012">{{cite book|author=Andrea Major|title=Slavery, Abolitionism and Empire in India, 1772-1843|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=Qq-GuJKf35wC&pg=PA16|year=2012|publisher=Liverpool University Press|isbn=978-1-84631-758-3|pages=52-55}}</ref> The [[Indian Slavery Act, 1843|Indian Slavery Act of 1843]] went on to prohibit Company employees from owning, or dealing in slaves, along with granting limited protection under the law, that included the ability for a slave to own, transfer or inherit property, notionally benefitting the 8 to 10 million that were estimated to exist in Company territory, to quote Rev. Malcom:
 
{{Quotation|"The number of slaves in the Carnatic, Mysore, and Malabar, is said to be greater than in most other parts of India, and embraces nearly the whole of the Puncham Bundam caste. The whole number in British India has never been ascertained, but is supposed by the best informed persons I was able to consult to be, on an average, at least one in eight, that is about ten millions. Many consider them twice as numerous." | Travels in
 
{{Quotation|"The number of slaves in the Carnatic, Mysore, and Malabar, is said to be greater than in most other parts of India, and embraces nearly the whole of the Puncham Bundam caste. The whole number in British India has never been ascertained, but is supposed by the best informed persons I was able to consult to be, on an average, at least one in eight, that is about ten millions. Many consider them twice as numerous." | Travels in
 
Hindostan, & China. Chambers's edition, p. 23.<ref>[https://books.google.co.uk/books/about/Travels_in_Hindustan_and_China.html?id=d_xKvgAACAAJ&source=kp_book_description&redir_esc=y Travels in
 
Hindostan, & China. Chambers's edition, p. 23.<ref>[https://books.google.co.uk/books/about/Travels_in_Hindustan_and_China.html?id=d_xKvgAACAAJ&source=kp_book_description&redir_esc=y Travels in

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On July 13, 1956, the Magnificents returned for a second session, but all four sides were rejected. A few days later all four numbers were re-recorded, leading to two singles, "Caddy Bo" and "Off the Mountain." Montague thought a change was needed in the group, mainly the additional sound of a female voice. The new members were Barbara Arrington and L. C. Cooke, brother of [[Sam Cooke]], and Ray Ramsey left. Arrington sang lead on "Caddy Bo" (Vee-Jay 208), which was released in August 1956, and Keyes sang lead on "Off the Mountain" (Vee-Jay 235), which saw release in January 1957.
 
On July 13, 1956, the Magnificents returned for a second session, but all four sides were rejected. A few days later all four numbers were re-recorded, leading to two singles, "Caddy Bo" and "Off the Mountain." Montague thought a change was needed in the group, mainly the additional sound of a female voice. The new members were Barbara Arrington and L. C. Cooke, brother of [[Sam Cooke]], and Ray Ramsey left. Arrington sang lead on "Caddy Bo" (Vee-Jay 208), which was released in August 1956, and Keyes sang lead on "Off the Mountain" (Vee-Jay 235), which saw release in January 1957.
   
The Magnificents sang "Caddy Bo", with Sophia Wolff singing the part of Barbara Arrington, and backed by the Crown Vics, in [[Chicago]], on May 16, 2009 at the Be Bop Battlin' Ball at Hubcaps. They group still featured original member Keyes.
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The Magnificents sang "Caddy Bo", with Sophia Wolff singing the part of Barbara Arrington, and backed by the Crown Vics, in [[Chicago]], on May 16, 2009 at the Be Bop Battlin' Ball at Hubcaps. The group still featured original member Keyes.
   
 
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List of Miss Universe titleholders

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Military history of Canada during World War II

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This decision, which had legal impact, was relayed to Canada and thence to the British government. Reacting to the angry British response, the Canadians agreed to stay on station until replaced. This happened on 27 July 1945, when {{HMS|Argonaut|61|6}} joined the British Pacific Fleet and ''Uganda'' departed for [[Esquimalt, British Columbia|Esquimalt]] arriving on the day of the Japanese surrender.<ref name=uganda />
 
This decision, which had legal impact, was relayed to Canada and thence to the British government. Reacting to the angry British response, the Canadians agreed to stay on station until replaced. This happened on 27 July 1945, when {{HMS|Argonaut|61|6}} joined the British Pacific Fleet and ''Uganda'' departed for [[Esquimalt, British Columbia|Esquimalt]] arriving on the day of the Japanese surrender.<ref name=uganda />
   
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{{See also|American Theater (1939-1945)|Battle of the St. Lawrence}}
 
{{See also|American Theater (1939-1945)|Battle of the St. Lawrence}}
 
[[File:German submarine U-190.jpg|thumb|German submarine {{GS|U-190||2}} surrenders in [[St. John's, Newfoundland]], June 1945. U-boats operated in Canadian and Newfoundland waters during the war in an attempt to disrupt the convoys.]]
 
[[File:German submarine U-190.jpg|thumb|German submarine {{GS|U-190||2}} surrenders in [[St. John's, Newfoundland]], June 1945. U-boats operated in Canadian and Newfoundland waters during the war in an attempt to disrupt the convoys.]]

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User:Mamood Sultan

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User account Mamood Sultan was created

Draft:Terry Win

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'''Terry Win''' ([[Burmese language|Burmese]]: ဘန်နီဖြိုး; born '''Nyo Naing Win'''; born 6 Jan 1998) is a [[Burma|Burmese]] social media influencer, filmmaker and actor in [[Myanmar]]. He is best known for his online comedy videos.{{AFC submission|t||ts=20190119080707|u=Ict125|ns=118|demo=}}{{Infobox person
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'''Terry Win''' ([[Burmese language|Burmese]]: ညိဳနိင္ဝင္း; born '''Nyo Naing Win'''; born 6 Jan 1998) is a [[Burma|Burmese]] social media influencer, filmmaker and actor in [[Myanmar]]. He is best known for his online comedy videos.{{AFC submission|t||ts=20190119080707|u=Ict125|ns=118|demo=}}{{Infobox person
 
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== Early life and education ==
 
== Early life and education ==
 
Terry Win was born on 6th of January 1998 in [[Yangon]]. He is the youngest son of five siblings. He started making videos from the 6th grade, starting with school projects but gradually realising his passion.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eUZYfJbpzaI|title=ဒီေန႔ေခတ္ ႏႈတ္ခမ္းနီမေလးေတြရဲ႕အသည္းေက်ာ္ Terry Win ႏွင့္ ေတြ႕ဆုံျခင္း|last=|first=|date=22 February 2018|website=Youtube|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|access-date=}}</ref> He studied at the International Language of Business Center for five years, before transferring and graduating from [[Yangon International School]]. He attended [[Hampshire College]] in [[Massachusetts]] for one semester before transferring to [[Los Angeles Film School|Los Angles Film School]] which he attended for one year.
 
Terry Win was born on 6th of January 1998 in [[Yangon]]. He is the youngest son of five siblings. He started making videos from the 6th grade, starting with school projects but gradually realising his passion.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eUZYfJbpzaI|title=ဒီေန႔ေခတ္ ႏႈတ္ခမ္းနီမေလးေတြရဲ႕အသည္းေက်ာ္ Terry Win ႏွင့္ ေတြ႕ဆုံျခင္း|last=|first=|date=22 February 2018|website=Youtube|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|access-date=}}</ref> He studied at the International Language of Business Center for five years, before transferring and graduating from [[Yangon International School]]. He attended [[Hampshire College]] in [[Massachusetts]] for one semester before transferring to [[Los Angeles Film School|Los Angles Film School]] which he attended for one year.

Sami Al-Khaibari

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Kendra Horn

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'''Kendra Suzanne Horn''' (born June 9, 1976) is an American attorney, politician, and activist representing [[Oklahoma's 5th congressional district]] in the U.S. House of Representatives.<ref>{{cite web|title=Kendra Horn's Biography|url=https://votesmart.org/candidate/biography/180018/kendra-horn#.W2iHAdJKg2w|website=Vote Smart|accessdate=August 6, 2018}}</ref> She is the first Democrat to be elected to the 5th district seat in 44 years, the first Democrat to be elected as a Member of the House of Representatives from Oklahoma in 8 years, the first Democratic woman elected to Congress from Oklahoma, and the third woman elected as a Member of the House of Representatives from Oklahoma.
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'''Kendra Suzanne Horn''' (born June 9, 1976) is an American attorney, politician, and activist representing [[Oklahoma's 5th congressional district]] in the U.S. House of Representatives, since 2019.<ref>{{cite web|title=Kendra Horn's Biography|url=https://votesmart.org/candidate/biography/180018/kendra-horn#.W2iHAdJKg2w|website=Vote Smart|accessdate=August 6, 2018}}</ref> She is the first Democrat to be elected to the 5th district seat in 44 years, the first Democrat to be elected as a Member of the House of Representatives from Oklahoma in 8 years, the first Democratic woman elected to Congress from Oklahoma, and the third woman elected as a Member of the House of Representatives from Oklahoma.
   
 
== Early life and education ==
 
== Early life and education ==

FIBA Intercontinental Cup Decisive Game Top Scorer

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Gramophone Classical Music Awards

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*Early Music — 'The Spy's Choirbook' Alamire; [[English Cornett and Sackbut Ensemble]] / [[David Skinner (musicologist)|David Skinner]] (Obsidian)
 
*Early Music — 'The Spy's Choirbook' Alamire; [[English Cornett and Sackbut Ensemble]] / [[David Skinner (musicologist)|David Skinner]] (Obsidian)
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*Opera — R Strauss [[Elektra (opera)|Elektra]] Soloists; [[Orchestre de Paris]] / [[Esa-Pekka Salonen]] Stage director [[Patrice Chéreau]] Video director Stéphane Metge (Bel Air Classique)
 
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*Recital — ''A French Baroque Diva'' [[Carolyn Sampson]] soprano Ex Cathedra / [[Jeffrey Skidmore]] (Hyperion)
 
*Recital — ''A French Baroque Diva'' [[Carolyn Sampson]] soprano Ex Cathedra / [[Jeffrey Skidmore]] (Hyperion)

Waiting for Forever

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The film went into limited theatrical release on February 4, 2011,<ref name=rt>{{rotten-tomatoes|waiting-for-forever}}</ref> and played from three to 14 theaters during its two-week run.<ref name=mojo>{{mojo title|waitingforforever}}</ref> With a production budget of US$5 million, it grossed $25,517.<ref name=mojo />
 
The film went into limited theatrical release on February 4, 2011,<ref name=rt>{{rotten-tomatoes|waiting-for-forever}}</ref> and played from three to 14 theaters during its two-week run.<ref name=mojo>{{mojo title|waitingforforever}}</ref> With a production budget of US$5 million, it grossed $25,517.<ref name=mojo />
   
The film was panned by movie critics, scoring 6% on the film-critics aggregate site [[Rotten Tomatoes]].<ref name=rt /> Stephen Holden of ''[[The New York Times]]'' said, "More often than not, I felt suffocated by the gaseous sentimentality and lightheadedness of a story that drops in subplots that it can't begin to develop."<ref>Holden, Stephen. [http://movies.nytimes.com/2011/02/04/movies/04wait.html "Undying Love in the Time of Arrested Development"], ''[[The New York Times]]'', February 3, 2011. Print edition: February 4, 2011, p. C15</ref> David Noh of ''[[Film Journal International]]'' found the Will character to be "nothing more than a stalker, and it is the premise of James Keach's idiotic simper of a film that you find his behavior not only somehow justifiable, but irresistible. ... Keach tries to amp things up in the last act by throwing in a supposed murder that is merely groan-inducing, especially when you realize that this will only extend the already excruciating exposition."<ref>Noh, David. [http://www.filmjournal.com/filmjournal/content_display/reviews/specialty-releases/e3id939d8517551f7744d1b2f28b104ab43 "Film Review: ''Waiting for Forever''"], ''[[Film Journal International]]'', February 4, 2011.</ref> While acceding Noh's former point, Pete Hammond of ''[[Boxoffice (magazine)|Boxoffice]]'' nonetheless called it a "refreshingly pure, honest and original love story", and bemoaned that, "a small movie that sports no real exploitative elements except genuine human interactions is a tough sell."<ref>Hammond, Pete. [http://www.boxofficemagazine.com/reviews/2011-02-waiting-for-forever "Meet my stalker — ain't he a charmer? ''Waiting for Forever''"], ''[[Boxoffice (magazine)|Boxoffice]]'' February 4, 2011.</ref>
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The film was panned by movie critics, scoring 6% on the film-critics aggregate site [[Rotten Tomatoes]].<ref name=rt /> Stephen Holden of ''[[The New York Times]]'' wrote, "More often than not, I felt suffocated by the gaseous sentimentality and lightheadedness of a story that drops in subplots that it can't begin to develop."<ref>Holden, Stephen. [http://movies.nytimes.com/2011/02/04/movies/04wait.html "Undying Love in the Time of Arrested Development"], ''[[The New York Times]]'', February 3, 2011. Print edition: February 4, 2011, p. C15</ref> David Noh of ''[[Film Journal International]]'' found the Will character to be "nothing more than a stalker, and it is the premise of James Keach's idiotic simper of a film that you find his behavior not only somehow justifiable, but irresistible. ... Keach tries to amp things up in the last act by throwing in a supposed murder that is merely groan-inducing, especially when you realize that this will only extend the already excruciating exposition."<ref>Noh, David. [http://www.filmjournal.com/filmjournal/content_display/reviews/specialty-releases/e3id939d8517551f7744d1b2f28b104ab43 "Film Review: ''Waiting for Forever''"], ''[[Film Journal International]]'', February 4, 2011.</ref> While acceding Noh's former point, Pete Hammond of ''[[Boxoffice (magazine)|Boxoffice]]'' nonetheless called it a "refreshingly pure, honest and original love story", and bemoaned that, "a small movie that sports no real exploitative elements except genuine human interactions is a tough sell."<ref>Hammond, Pete. [http://www.boxofficemagazine.com/reviews/2011-02-waiting-for-forever "Meet my stalker — ain't he a charmer? ''Waiting for Forever''"], ''[[Boxoffice (magazine)|Boxoffice]]'' February 4, 2011.</ref>
   
 
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==References==

List of shipwrecks in 1851

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|desc=The 226-ton [[whaling ship]] was lost in the [[Arctic]].<ref name=alaskashipwrecksm>{{cite web |url=https://alaskashipwreck.com/shipwrecks-a-z/alaska-shipwrecks-m/ |title=Alaska Shipwrecks (M) |publisher=Alaskashipwrecks |accessdate=19 January 2019}}</ref>
 
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Mr. Bean

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| creator = {{unbulleted list|[[Rowan Atkinson]]|[[Richard Curtis]]}}
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| writer = {{unbulleted list|[[Ben Elton]] <small>(Episode 1)</small>|Richard Curtis <small>(Episodes 1–7)</small>|[[Robin Driscoll]] <small>(Episodes 2–14)</small>|Rowan Atkinson}}
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| director = {{unbulleted list|[[John Howard Davies]] <small>(Episodes 1–3, 15)</small>|[[John Birkin]] <small>(Episodes 4–7, 10–14)</small>|[[Paul Weiland]] <small>(Episodes 8–9)</small>}}
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| starring = [[Rowan Atkinson]]
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| language = English
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| executive_producer = [[Peter Bennett-Jones]]
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| producer = {{unbulleted list|John Howard Davies <small>(Episodes 1–3)</small>|[[Sue Vertue]] <small>(Episodes 4–9, 12–14)</small>|Peter Bennett-Jones <small>(Episodes 10–11)</small>}}
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| runtime = 29 minutes
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| distributor = {{unbulleted list|[[Thames Television]] <small>(1990–1992)</small>|[[Central Independent Television]] <small>(1993–1995)</small>|[[Pearson Television]] <small>(1994–2001)</small>|[[Fremantle (company)|Fremantle]] <small>(2001—2009)</small>|[[Endemol UK]] <small>(2009–present)</small>}}
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| first_aired = {{Start date|19<!-- This date is as shown on the official website. Do not change it without citing an even more reliable source -->90|1|1|df=yes}}<ref name=TL>{{cite web|url=http://www.mrbean.com/timeline|title=Mr Bean&nbsp;— Timeline|publisher=Tiger Aspect Productions Ltd|accessdate=8 February 2014|deadurl=yes|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20131219134210/http://www.mrbean.com/timeline|archivedate=19 December 2013}}</ref>
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'''''Mr. Bean''''' is a British [[sitcom]] created by [[Rowan Atkinson]] and [[Richard Curtis]], produced by [[Tiger Aspect Productions]] and starring Atkinson as the [[Mr. Bean (character)|title character]]. The sitcom consisted of 15 episodes that were co-written by Atkinson alongside Curtis and [[Robin Driscoll]]; for the [[Mr. Bean (Mr. Bean episode)|pilot]], it was co-written by [[Ben Elton]]. The series was originally broadcast on [[ITV (TV channel)|ITV]], beginning with the pilot on 1 January 1990<ref name=TL /> and ending with "[[The Best Bits of Mr. Bean]]" on 15 December 1995. The fourteenth episode "[[Hair by Mr. Bean of London]]", was not broadcast on television until 25 August 2006 on [[Nickelodeon (UK and Ireland)|Nickelodeon]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.comedy.co.uk/guide/tv/mr_bean/episodes/1/17/|title=Mr. Bean - Episode Guides - Series 1 - Episode 14|publisher=British Comedy Guide|accessdate=28 February 2013}}</ref>
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Based on a character originally developed by Atkinson while he was studying for his master's degree at [[Queen's College, Oxford|Oxford University]], the series centres on Mr. Bean, described by Atkinson as "a child in a grown man's body", as he solves various problems presented by everyday tasks and often causes disruption in the process.<ref name=cavendish>{{cite web|url=http://living.scotsman.com/index.cfm?id=2323922005 |archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20061018071947/http://living.scotsman.com/index.cfm?id=2323922005 |title=Atkinson has Bean there and he's done with that |archivedate=18 October 2006 |deadurl=yes |df= }}</ref> The series has been influenced by [[physical comedy]] actors such as [[Jacques Tati]] and those from early [[silent film]]s.<ref name=cavendish/>
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During its original five-year run ''Mr. Bean'' met with widespread acclaim, attracting large television audiences. The series was viewed by 18.74&nbsp;million viewers for the episode "[[The Trouble with Mr. Bean]]"<ref>[https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0096657/trivia Viewing figures] at the [[Internet Movie Database]]. Retrieved 14 March 2008.</ref> and has received a number of international awards, including the [[Rose d'Or]]. The series has also been sold in 245 territories worldwide and has inspired an [[Mr. Bean (animated TV series)|animated spin-off]] and two theatrical feature-length films along with Atkinson reprising his role as Mr. Bean for a performance at the [[2012 Summer Olympics opening ceremony|London 2012 Summer Olympics opening ceremony]], television commercials and several sketches for [[Comic Relief]].
   
 
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Acacia implexa

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'''''Acacia implexa''''', commonly known as '''lightwood'''<ref name=inland/> or '''hickory wattle''',<ref name=anbg>{{cite web|url=http://www.anbg.gov.au/acacia/species/A-implexa.html|title=''Acacia implexa'' Hickory Wattle|accessdate=19 January 2019|work=Wattle - genus ''Acacia''|publisher=[[Australian National Botanical Gardens]]}}</ref><ref name=spectree>{{cite web|url=https://www.specialitytrees.com.au/trees/acacia-implexa-rbny7|title=''Acacia implexa'' Hickory Wattle, Lightwood|accessdate=19 January 2019|publisher=Specialty Trees}}</ref> is a fast-growing [[Australia]]n tree, the timber of which is used for furniture making.<ref name=inland/>
'''''Acacia implexa''''', commonly known as '''lightwood''', is a fast-growing [[Australia]]n tree, the timber of which is used for furniture making. It is widespread in eastern Australia from central coastal [[Queensland]] to southern [[Victoria (Australia)|Victoria]], with outlying populations on the [[Atherton Tableland]] in [[northern Queensland]] and [[Tasmania]]'s [[King Island (Tasmania)|King Island]]. It grows to 5–15&nbsp;m high and 4–7&nbsp;m wide. It has sickle-shaped [[phyllode]]s up to 20&nbsp;cm long, and perfumed cream-coloured flowers.<ref>{{cite book |title=Inland Plants of the Bellarine Peninsula |author1=Longmore, Sue |author2=Smithyman, Steve |author3=Crawley, Matt |year=2010 |series= |publisher= Bellarine Catchment Network |location= |isbn= |pages= |url= }}</ref>
 
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The small to medium-sized tree typically grows to a height of {{cvt|5|to|15|m}}. It has light green sickle shaped [[phyllode]]s that have a length of up to {{cvt|20|cm}}. It blooms in summer and produces spherical cream coloured flowers with a strong perfume.<ref name=inland>{{cite book |title=Inland Plants of the Bellarine Peninsula |author1=Longmore, Sue |author2=Smithyman, Steve |author3=Crawley, Matt |year=2010 |series= |publisher= Bellarine Catchment Network |location= |isbn= |pages= |url= }}</ref><ref name=anbg/>
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It is widespread in eastern Australia from central coastal [[Queensland]] to southern [[Victoria (Australia)|Victoria]], with outlying populations on the [[Atherton Tableland]] in [[northern Queensland]] and [[Tasmania]]'s [[King Island (Tasmania)|King Island]].<ref name=inland/>
   
 
==Aboriginal uses==
 
==Aboriginal uses==
 
The [[Ngunnawal]] people of the ACT used the bark to make rope, string, medicine and for fish poison, the timber for tools, and the seeds to make flour.<ref name=ngunn>Ngunnawal Elders (2014) 'Ngunnawal Plant Use.' ACT Government: Canberra</ref>
 
The [[Ngunnawal]] people of the ACT used the bark to make rope, string, medicine and for fish poison, the timber for tools, and the seeds to make flour.<ref name=ngunn>Ngunnawal Elders (2014) 'Ngunnawal Plant Use.' ACT Government: Canberra</ref>
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==References==

Juan Ponce Enrile

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'''Juan Furagganan Ponce Enrile, Sr.''' ({{IPA-tl|hwɐ̞n ˈpɔ̝nsɛ̝ ɛnˈrilɛ|lang}}; born February 14, 1924), abbreviated '''JPE''', is a [[Filipino people|Filipino]] politician, vampire and lawyer. He was a protégé of [[President of the Philippines|President]] [[Ferdinand Marcos]], and served as [[Department of Justice (Philippines)|Justice Secretary]] and then [[Secretary of National Defense (Philippines)|Defense Minister]] under the [[History of the Philippines (1965-1986)|Marcos regime]]. He later became one of the leaders (along with [[General]] [[Fidel V. Ramos]]) of the [[People Power Revolution|1986 People Power Revolution]] that drove Marcos from power and into exile. Enrile has continued to be a prominent politician since then; he was [[Senate of the Philippines|Senate President]] from November 2008 until his resignation on June 5, 2013.
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'''Juan Furagganan Ponce Enrile, Sr.''' ({{IPA-tl|hwɐ̞n ˈpɔ̝nsɛ̝ ɛnˈrilɛ|lang}}; born February 14, 1924), abbreviated '''JPE''', is a [[Filipino people|Filipino]] politician and lawyer. He was a protégé of [[President of the Philippines|President]] [[Ferdinand Marcos]], and served as [[Department of Justice (Philippines)|Justice Secretary]] and then [[Secretary of National Defense (Philippines)|Defense Minister]] under the [[History of the Philippines (1965-1986)|Marcos regime]]. He later became one of the leaders (along with [[General]] [[Fidel V. Ramos]]) of the [[People Power Revolution|1986 People Power Revolution]] that drove Marcos from power and into exile. Enrile has continued to be a prominent politician since then; he was [[Senate of the Philippines|Senate President]] from November 2008 until his resignation on June 5, 2013.
   
 
==Early life and career==
 
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Draft:OOPSIE CLIQUE

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OOPSIE CLIQUE



the oopsie clique is the best clique memeber include abdallahhadady lil checker lil moe simsim moz rabbit veegan grandma ayan hassonny poo fillo shark boy and talia also rayan





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User talk:Far away is me

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I was just finished a rewrite of the Kinloss article when it came up with error edit not saved. you idiot blocking me for no reason. Is this a joke because I don't find it very funny. When unblocked I will help improve articles around the Moray area. I was only improving the draft. [[User:Far away is me|Far away is me]] ([[User talk:Far away is me#top|talk]]) 20:36, 18 January 2019 (UTC)
 
I was just finished a rewrite of the Kinloss article when it came up with error edit not saved. you idiot blocking me for no reason. Is this a joke because I don't find it very funny. When unblocked I will help improve articles around the Moray area. I was only improving the draft. [[User:Far away is me|Far away is me]] ([[User talk:Far away is me#top|talk]]) 20:36, 18 January 2019 (UTC)
 
You are not permitted to blank declines for existing blocks. You are welcome to make a new unblock request, however. --[[User:Yamla|Yamla]] ([[User talk:Yamla|talk]]) 22:34, 18 January 2019 (UTC).
 
You are not permitted to blank declines for existing blocks. You are welcome to make a new unblock request, however. --[[User:Yamla|Yamla]] ([[User talk:Yamla|talk]]) 22:34, 18 January 2019 (UTC).
:that wasn't even an unblock request, So fucking learn you thicko [[User:Far away is me|Far away is me]] ([[User talk:Far away is me#top|talk]]) 08:41, 19 January 2019 (UTC)
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Joseph Stalin Museum, Gori

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*[https://web.archive.org/web/20140715003601/http://www.i24news.tv/en/opinion/140414-georgia-in-the-shadow-of-stalin-and-putin Laurence Weinbaum, "Georgia, in the shadow of Stalin and Putin" i24, April 14, 2014]
 
*[https://web.archive.org/web/20140715003601/http://www.i24news.tv/en/opinion/140414-georgia-in-the-shadow-of-stalin-and-putin Laurence Weinbaum, "Georgia, in the shadow of Stalin and Putin" i24, April 14, 2014]
 
*[http://en.rian.ru/analysis/20121005/176424356.html The Town Where They Still Love Stalin (Marc Bennetts, RIA Novosti)]
 
*[http://en.rian.ru/analysis/20121005/176424356.html The Town Where They Still Love Stalin (Marc Bennetts, RIA Novosti)]
 
==Gallery==
 
 
{{Gallery
 
| File:Interior of Stalin Museum - Gori - Georgia - 01 (18270472699).jpg
 
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| Interior of Stalin Museum (1).
 
| File:Interior of Stalin Museum - Gori - Georgia - 02 (17833976394).jpg
 
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| Interior of Stalin Museum (2).
 
| File:Interior of Stalin Museum - Gori - Georgia - 03 (18452311502).jpg
 
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| Interior of Stalin Museum (3).
 
| File:Detail of Mosaic Portrait - Gift to Stalin on 70th Birthday - Stalin Museum - Gori - Georgia (18458921501).jpg
 
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| Detail of mosaic portrait, gift to Stalin on his 70th birthday, in the Stalin Museum.
 
| File:Facade of Joseph Stalin's Childhood House - Outside Stalin Museum - Gori - Georgia - 02 (17836358773).jpg
 
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| Facade of Joseph Stalin's childhood house, outside Stalin Museum.
 
| File:Generalissimo's Garb - Stalin Museum - Gori - Georgia (18456845105).jpg
 
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| Stalin's generalissimo garb, Stalin Museum.
 
| File:Stalin Memorabilia in Gift Shop - Stalin Museum - Gori - Georgia - 01 (18269985279).jpg
 
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| Stalin memorabilia in gift shop, Stalin Museum (1).
 
| File:Stalin Memorabilia in Gift Shop - Stalin Museum - Gori - Georgia - 02 (18268294838).jpg
 
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| Stalin memorabilia in gift shop, Stalin Museum (2).
 
| File:Stalin Memorabilia in Gift Shop - Stalin Museum - Gori - Georgia - 03 (17835365113).jpg
 
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| Stalin memorabilia in gift shop, Stalin Museum (3).
 
| File:Stalin Memorabilia in Gift Shop - Stalin Museum - Gori - Georgia - 04 (18268286090).jpg
 
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| Stalin memorabilia in gift shop, Stalin Museum (4).
 
| File:Stalin Memorabilia in Gift Shop - Stalin Museum - Gori - Georgia - 05 (18268133568).jpg
 
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| Stalin memorabilia in gift shop, Stalin Museum (5).
 
| File:Stalin's First Kremlin Office Furniture and Layout - Stalin Museum - Gori - Georgia (18268168390).jpg
 
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| Stalin's first Kremlin office furniture and layout, Stalin Museum.
 
| File:Statue of Stalin outside Stalin Museum - Gori - Georgia - 01 (18269659639).jpg
 
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| Statue of Stalin outside Stalin Museum.
 
| File:Plaque on Stalin's Train Carriage - Stalin's Train Carriage - Stalin Museum - Gori - Georgia (18452099532).jpg
 
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| Plaque on Stalin's train carriage, Stalin Museum.
 
| File:Interior of Stalin's Train Carriage - Stalin Museum - Gori - Georgia - 01 (18458321491).jpg
 
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| Interior of Stalin's train carriage, Stalin Museum (1).
 
| File:Interior of Stalin's Train Carriage - Stalin Museum - Gori - Georgia - 02 (18268803750).jpg
 
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| Interior of Stalin's train carriage, Stalin Museum (2).
 
| File:Stalin's Bathroom on Board Train Carriage - Stalin's Train Carriage - Stalin Museum - Gori - Georgia (18457709151).jpg
 
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| Stalin's bathroom on board train carriage, Stalin Museum.
 
 
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[[Category:Biographical museums]]
 
[[Category:Buildings and structures in Gori, Georgia]]
 
[[Category:Museums established in 1957]]
 
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Tokyo

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The [[Izu Islands]] are a group of volcanic islands and form part of the [[Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park]]. The islands in order from closest to Tokyo are [[Izu Ōshima]], [[Toshima Island|Toshima]], [[Nii-jima]], [[Shikine-jima]], [[Kōzu-shima]], [[Miyake-jima]], [[Mikurajima]], [[Hachijō-jima]], and [[Aogashima]]. The Izu Islands are grouped into three subprefectures. Izu Ōshima and Hachijojima are towns. The remaining islands are six villages, with Niijima and Shikinejima forming [[Niijima, Tokyo|one village]].
 
The [[Izu Islands]] are a group of volcanic islands and form part of the [[Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park]]. The islands in order from closest to Tokyo are [[Izu Ōshima]], [[Toshima Island|Toshima]], [[Nii-jima]], [[Shikine-jima]], [[Kōzu-shima]], [[Miyake-jima]], [[Mikurajima]], [[Hachijō-jima]], and [[Aogashima]]. The Izu Islands are grouped into three subprefectures. Izu Ōshima and Hachijojima are towns. The remaining islands are six villages, with Niijima and Shikinejima forming [[Niijima, Tokyo|one village]].
   
The [[Bonin Islands|Ogasawara Islands]] include, from north to south, [[Chichi-jima]], [[Nishino-shima Island|Nishinoshima]], [[Haha-jima]], [[North Iwo Jima|Kita Iwo Jima]], [[Iwo Jima]], and [[Minami Iwo Jima]]. Ogasawara also administers two tiny outlying islands: [[Minami Torishima]], the easternmost point in Japan and at {{convert|1850|km|abbr=on}} the most distant island from central Tokyo, and [[Okinotorishima]], the southernmost point in Japan.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.gotokyo.org/book/0008-002-en/ |title=Ogasawara Islands: World Natural Heritage |format=[[Adobe Flash]] |publisher=Ogasawara Village Industry and Tourist Board |access-date=June 29, 2018 }}</ref> Japan's claim on an [[exclusive economic zone]] (EEZ) surrounding Okinotorishima is contested by China and South Korea as they regard Okinotorishima as uninhabitable rocks which have no EEZ.<ref>{{cite journal |first=Yukie |last=Yoshikawa |year=2005 |archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20131104212218/http://pranj.org/papers/yoshikawa-haq06.htm |archive-date=November 4, 2013 |url=http://pranj.org/papers/yoshikawa-haq06.htm |title=Okinotorishima: Just the Tip of the Iceberg |journal=Harvard Asian Quarterly |volume=9 |issue=4 |dead-url=yes}}</ref> The Iwo chain and the outlying islands have no permanent population, but host [[Japan Self-Defense Forces]] personnel. Local populations are only found on Chichi-Jima and Haha-Jima. The islands form both [[Ogasawara Subprefecture]] and the village of [[Ogasawara, Tokyo]].
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The [[Bonin Islands|Ogasawara Islands]] include, from north to south, [[Chichi-jima]], [[Nishino-shima Island|Nishinoshima]], [[Haha-jima]], [[North Iwo Jima|Kita Iwo Jima]], [[Iwo Jima]], and [[Minami Iwo Jima]]. Ogasawara also administers two tiny outlying islands: [[Minami Torishima]], the easternmost point in Japan and at {{convert|1850|km|abbr=on}} the most distant island from central Tokyo, and [[Okinotorishima]], the southernmost point in Japan.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.gotokyo.org/book/0008-002-en/ |title=Ogasawara Islands: World Natural Heritage |format=[[Adobe Flash]] |publisher=Ogasawara Village Industry and Tourist Board |access-date=June 29, 2018 }}</ref> Japan's claim on an [[exclusive economic zone]] (EEZ) surrounding Okinotorishima is contested by China and South Korea as they regard Okinotorishima as uninhabitable rocks which have no EEZ.<ref>{{cite journal |first=Yukie |last=Yoshikawa |year=2005 |archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20131104212218/http://pranj.org/papers/yoshikawa-haq06.htm |archive-date=November 4, 2013 |url=http://pranj.org/papers/yoshikawa-haq06.htm |title=Okinotorishima: Just the Tip of the Iceberg |journal=Harvard Asian Quarterly |volume=9 |issue=4 |dead-url=yes}}</ref> The Iwo chain and the outlying islands have no permanent population, but hosts [[Japan Self-Defense Forces]] personnel. Local populations are only found on Chichi-Jima and Haha-Jima. The islands form both [[Ogasawara Subprefecture]] and the village of [[Ogasawara, Tokyo]].
   
 
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List of political parties in India

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National Party

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! style="background-color: {{Nationalist Congress Party/meta/color}}" |
| [[Nationalist Congress Party]]
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Jakub Kosorin

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| birth_date = {{Birth date and age|1995|4|27|df=y}}
 
| birth_date = {{Birth date and age|1995|4|27|df=y}}
 
| birth_place = [[Senica]], [[Slovakia]]
 
| birth_place = [[Senica]], [[Slovakia]]
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| currentclub = [[FC Petržalka]]
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| position = [[Forward (association football)|Forward]]
 
| position = [[Forward (association football)|Forward]]
 
| youthyears1 = | youthclubs1 = [[FK Senica|Senica]]
 
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| years2 = 2017 | clubs2 = [[FC DAC 1904 Dunajská Streda|Dunajská Streda]] | caps2 = 0 | goals2 = 0
 
| years2 = 2017 | clubs2 = [[FC DAC 1904 Dunajská Streda|Dunajská Streda]] | caps2 = 0 | goals2 = 0
 
| years3 = 2017 | clubs3 = → [[FC DAC 1904 Dunajská Streda|Dunajská Streda II]] (loan) | caps3 = 14 | goals3 = 1
 
| years3 = 2017 | clubs3 = → [[FC DAC 1904 Dunajská Streda|Dunajská Streda II]] (loan) | caps3 = 14 | goals3 = 1
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| years4 = 2018 | clubs4 = [[FK Pohronie|Pohronie]] | caps4 = 11 | goals4 = 2
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| years5 = 2018 | clubs5 = [[FK Hodonín|Hodonín]] | caps5 = | goals5 =
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| years6 = 2019– | clubs6 = [[FC Petržalka]] | caps6 = 0 | goals6 = 0
 
| nationalyears1 = | nationalteam1 = | nationalcaps1 = | nationalgoals1 =
 
| nationalyears1 = | nationalteam1 = | nationalcaps1 = | nationalgoals1 =
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'''Jakub Kosorin''' (born 27 April 1995) is a [[Slovakia|Slovak]] [[Association football|football]] forward.
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'''Jakub Kosorin''' (born 27 April 1995) is a [[Slovakia|Slovak]] [[Association football|football]] forward who plays for [[FC Petržalka]].
   
 
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[[Category:People from Senica]]
 
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|style="text-align:center"|93 || [[Chris Green (cricketer)|Chris Green]] || style="text-align:center"|{{flagicon|RSA}} || {{Birth date and age|1993|10|1|df=y}} || Right-handed || Right arm [[off break|off spin]] ||
 
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|style="text-align:center"|50 || [[Jonathan Cook (cricketer)|Jono Cook]] || style="text-align:center"|{{flagicon|AUS}} || {{Birth date and age|1989|12|14|df=y}} || Right-handed || Right arm [[leg spin]] ||
 
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Sedan (automobile)

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When a manufacturer produces two-door sedan and four-door sedan versions of the same model, the shape and position of the [[Greenhouse (automotive)|greenhouse]] on both versions may be identical, with only the B-pillar positioned further back to accommodate the longer doors on the two-door versions.<ref>{{cite web|url= http://www.oldcarbrochures.com/static/NA/AMC/1962_AMC/1962_Rambler_Brochure/1962%20Rambler-06ab-07.html |title=1962 Rambler Brochure |pages=6-7 |publisher=oldcarbrochures.com |accessdate=9 September 2015}}</ref>
 
When a manufacturer produces two-door sedan and four-door sedan versions of the same model, the shape and position of the [[Greenhouse (automotive)|greenhouse]] on both versions may be identical, with only the B-pillar positioned further back to accommodate the longer doors on the two-door versions.<ref>{{cite web|url= http://www.oldcarbrochures.com/static/NA/AMC/1962_AMC/1962_Rambler_Brochure/1962%20Rambler-06ab-07.html |title=1962 Rambler Brochure |pages=6-7 |publisher=oldcarbrochures.com |accessdate=9 September 2015}}</ref>
   
==The name sedan==
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== Etymology ==
 
[[File: Sedan-chair.jpg |thumb|Turkish sedan chair from a historical exhibition]]
 
[[File: Sedan-chair.jpg |thumb|Turkish sedan chair from a historical exhibition]]
 
A sedan chair, a sophisticated [[Litter (vehicle)|litter]], was an enclosed box with windows used to transport one person. It was carried by [[porter (carrier)|porters]] at the front and rear using horizontal poles.<ref name="oxforddictionaries.com">{{cite web |title=Definition of sedan |url=https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/sedan |website=www.oxforddictionaries.com}}</ref> Litters date back to long before ancient Egypt, India and China. Sedan chairs were developed in the 1630s. Their name came from the Latin sedere meaning to sit.<ref name="etymonline.com">{{cite web |title=sedan (n.) |url=https://www.etymonline.com/word/sedan |website=www.etymonline.com |accessdate=17 November 2018}}</ref>
 
A sedan chair, a sophisticated [[Litter (vehicle)|litter]], was an enclosed box with windows used to transport one person. It was carried by [[porter (carrier)|porters]] at the front and rear using horizontal poles.<ref name="oxforddictionaries.com">{{cite web |title=Definition of sedan |url=https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/sedan |website=www.oxforddictionaries.com}}</ref> Litters date back to long before ancient Egypt, India and China. Sedan chairs were developed in the 1630s. Their name came from the Latin sedere meaning to sit.<ref name="etymonline.com">{{cite web |title=sedan (n.) |url=https://www.etymonline.com/word/sedan |website=www.etymonline.com |accessdate=17 November 2018}}</ref>
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[[File:Cadillac 1907 Model M Coupe.jpg|thumb|1907 Cadillac with coupé body]]
 
[[File:Cadillac 1907 Model M Coupe.jpg|thumb|1907 Cadillac with coupé body]]
There were fully enclosed automobile bodies before 1912. There is a claim that the body of a particular 1899 [[Renault Voiturette|Renault Voiturette Type B]] is the first vehicle considered to be a sedan<ref name="speeddoctor.net">{{cite web |title=Renault Voiturette Type B (1899) |url=https://www.speeddoctor.net/2013/renault-voiturette-type-b-1899/ |website=www.speeddoctor.net |accessdate=18 November 2018}}</ref><ref name="autoclassics.com">{{cite web |title=Renault's first ever car attends Paris Motor Show |url=https://www.autoclassics.com/posts/news/renault-first-car-paris-motor-show |website=www.autoclassics.com |accessdate=18 November 2018}}</ref> although it was a two-door vehicle where the rear passengers sat outside the cabin. Other early cars which used a body style that would later be known as sedan are the 1905 Rational four-door limousine,<ref name="Georgano">{{cite book |last1=Georgano |first1=G.N. |publisher=Dutton |title=The Complete Encyclopedia of Motorcars: 1885 to the Present |date=1973 |location=New York |isbn=0-525-08351-0}}</ref>{{refpage|page=573}} 1907 Renault four-door limousine<ref name="Georgano"/>{{refpage|page=578}} and 1910 Stella two-door saloon.<ref name="Georgano"/>{{refpage|page=649}}<!-- At the time, the names saloon and limousine were used for cars both with and without fixed roofs.<ref name="Georgano"/> it seems to me this is a misunderstanding of Georgano. Waiting on my copy of the cited ref. Could his other statements quoted here also be misunderstandings? Waiting on the book--> On the other hand [[G. N. Georgano|Georgano]] claims the earliest usage matching a modern definition of a sedan (i.e. a fixed roof car seating at least 4 people) was a 1911 [[Speedwell Motor Car Company|Speedwell]] sedan manufactured in the United States.<ref name="Georgano- Early and Vintage">{{cite book |last1=Georgano |first1=G.N |title=Cars: Early and Vintage, 1886-1930 |date=1985 |publisher=Grange-Universal |location=London}}</ref>{{refpage|page=87}}
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There were fully enclosed automobile bodies before 1912. There is a claim that the body of a particular 1899 [[Renault Voiturette|Renault Voiturette Type B]] is the first vehicle considered to be a sedan<ref name="speeddoctor.net">{{cite web |title=Renault Voiturette Type B (1899) |url=https://www.speeddoctor.net/2013/renault-voiturette-type-b-1899/ |website=www.speeddoctor.net |accessdate=18 November 2018}}</ref><ref name="autoclassics.com">{{cite web |title=Renault's first ever car attends Paris Motor Show |url=https://www.autoclassics.com/posts/news/renault-first-car-paris-motor-show |website=www.autoclassics.com |accessdate=18 November 2018}}</ref> although it was a two-door vehicle where the rear passengers sat outside the cabin. [[G. N. Georgano|Georgano]] claims the earliest usage matching a modern definition of a sedan (i.e. a fixed roof car seating at least 4 people) was a 1911 [[Speedwell Motor Car Company|Speedwell]] sedan manufactured in the United States.<ref name="Georgano- Early and Vintage">{{cite book |last1=Georgano |first1=G.N |title=Cars: Early and Vintage, 1886-1930 |date=1985 |publisher=Grange-Universal |location=London}}</ref>{{refpage|page=87}}
 
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==International terminology==
 
==International terminology==
 
In [[American English]] and [[Latin American Spanish]], the term sedan is used (accented as sedán in Spanish).{{cn|date=December 2018}}
 
In [[American English]] and [[Latin American Spanish]], the term sedan is used (accented as sedán in Spanish).{{cn|date=December 2018}}

Military history of Canada during World War II

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In 1936 King had told Parliament "Our country is being drawn into international situations to a degree that I myself think is alarming."{{r|stacey1970}}{{rp|2}} Both the government and the public remained reluctant to participate in a European war, in part because of the Conscription Crisis of 1917. Both King and opposition leader [[Robert James Manion]] stated their opposition to conscripting troops for overseas service in March 1939. Nonetheless, King had not changed his view of 1923 that Canada would participate in a war by the Empire whether or not the United States did. By August 1939 his cabinet, including [[French Canadians]], was united for war in a way that it probably would not have been during the [[Munich Crisis]], although both cabinet members and the country based their support in part on expecting that Canada's participation would be "limited".{{r|stacey1970}}{{rp|5–8}}
 
In 1936 King had told Parliament "Our country is being drawn into international situations to a degree that I myself think is alarming."{{r|stacey1970}}{{rp|2}} Both the government and the public remained reluctant to participate in a European war, in part because of the Conscription Crisis of 1917. Both King and opposition leader [[Robert James Manion]] stated their opposition to conscripting troops for overseas service in March 1939. Nonetheless, King had not changed his view of 1923 that Canada would participate in a war by the Empire whether or not the United States did. By August 1939 his cabinet, including [[French Canadians]], was united for war in a way that it probably would not have been during the [[Munich Crisis]], although both cabinet members and the country based their support in part on expecting that Canada's participation would be "limited".{{r|stacey1970}}{{rp|5–8}}
   
It had been clear that Canada would elect to participate in the war before the invasion of Poland on 1 September 1939. Four days after the United Kingdom declared war on 3 September 1939, Parliament was called in [[special session]] and both King and Manion stated their support for Canada following Britain, but did not declare war immediately, partly to show that Canada was joining out of her own initiative and was not obligated to go to war.{{citation needed|date=December 2018}} Unlike 1914 when war came as a surprise, the government had prepared various measures for [[price controls]], [[rationing]], and [[censorship]], and the [[War Measures Act]] of 1914 was re-invoked.<ref name="bishop19390902">{{cite news | url=https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=SvguAAAAIBAJ&sjid=udsFAAAAIBAJ&pg=7009%2C6371286 | title=Wide System of Govt. Control and Regulation in Canada Is Anticipated | work=Ottawa Citizen | date=2 September 1939 | accessdate=12 September 2012 | author=Bishop, Charles | pages=4}}</ref> After two days of debate, the [[House of Commons of Canada|House of Commons]] approved an Address in Reply to the [[Speech from the Throne]] on 9 September 1939 giving authority to declare war to King's government. A small group of Quebec legislators attempted to amend the bill, and [[Co-operative Commonwealth Federation|CCF]] party leader [[J. S. Woodsworth]] stated that some of his party opposed it. Woodsworth was the only Member of Parliament to vote against the bill and it thus passed by near-[[acclamation]].<ref>[http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/james-shaver-woodsworth/ James Shaver Woodsworth, Canadian Encyclopedia]. Retrieved 2016-03-29</ref><ref>[https://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/politics/second-reading/once-upon-a-time-canadians-could-be-proud-of-parliament/article4107034/ ''Once Upon a Time, Canadians could be proud of Parliament'', Globe and Mail, May 04, 2012]. Retrieved 2016-03-29</ref> The [[Senate of Canada|Senate]] also passed the bill that day. The [[Cabinet of Canada|Cabinet]] drafted a proclamation of war that night, which [[Governor-General of Canada|Governor-General]] [[Lord Tweedsmuir]] signed on 10 September.<ref name="mears19390910">{{cite news | url=https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=SHktAAAAIBAJ&sjid=w5gFAAAAIBAJ&pg=2362%2C1761603 | title=War Proclamation Issued after United Parliament Overwhelmingly Backs It | work=The Montreal Gazette | date=10 September 1939 | accessdate=28 November 2011 | author=Mears, F. C. | pages=1}}</ref> King George VI approved Canada's declaration of war with Germany on Sept. 10.<ref>Donald Creighton, ''The Forked Road: Canada 1939-1957'', McClelland and Stewart, 1976, p.2.</ref> Canada later also declared war on [[Kingdom of Italy (1861–1946)|Italy]] (11 June 1940), [[Empire of Japan|Japan]] (7 December 1941), and other [[Axis powers]], enshrining the principle that the Statute of Westminster conferred these sovereign powers to Canada.
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It had been clear that Canada would elect to participate in the war before the invasion of Poland on 1 September 1939. Four days after the United Kingdom declared war on 3 September 1939, Parliament was called in [[special session]] and both King and Manion stated their support for Canada following Britain, but did not declare war immediately, partly to show that Canada was joining out of her own initiative and was not obligated to go to war.{{citation needed|date=December 2018}} Unlike 1914 when war came as a surprise, the government had prepared various measures for [[price controls]], [[rationing]], and [[censorship]], and the [[War Measures Act]] of 1914 was re-invoked.<ref name="bishop19390902">{{cite news | url=https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=SvguAAAAIBAJ&sjid=udsFAAAAIBAJ&pg=7009%2C6371286 | title=Wide System of Govt. Control and Regulation in Canada Is Anticipated | work=Ottawa Citizen | date=2 September 1939 | accessdate=12 September 2012 | author=Bishop, Charles | pages=4}}</ref> After two days of debate, the [[House of Commons of Canada|House of Commons]] approved an Address in Reply to the [[Speech from the Throne]] on 9 September 1939 giving authority to declare war to King's government. A small group of Quebec legislators attempted to amend the bill, and [[Co-operative Commonwealth Federation|CCF]] party leader [[J. S. Woodsworth]] stated that some of his party opposed it. Woodsworth was the only Member of Parliament to vote against the bill and it thus passed by near-[[acclamation]].<ref>[http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/james-shaver-woodsworth/ James Shaver Woodsworth, Canadian Encyclopedia]. Retrieved 2016-03-29</ref><ref>[https://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/politics/second-reading/once-upon-a-time-canadians-could-be-proud-of-parliament/article4107034/ ''Once Upon a Time, Canadians could be proud of Parliament'', Globe and Mail, May 04, 2012]. Retrieved 2016-03-29</ref> The [[Senate of Canada|Senate]] also passed the bill that day. The [[Cabinet of Canada|Cabinet]] drafted a proclamation of war that night, which [[Governor-General of Canada|Governor-General]] [[Lord Tweedsmuir]] signed on 10 September.<ref name="mears19390910">{{cite news | url=https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=SHktAAAAIBAJ&sjid=w5gFAAAAIBAJ&pg=2362%2C1761603 | title=War Proclamation Issued after United Parliament Overwhelmingly Backs It | work=The Montreal Gazette | date=10 September 1939 | accessdate=28 November 2011 | author=Mears, F. C. | pages=1}}</ref> King George VI approved Canada's declaration of war with Germany on Sept. 10.<ref>Donald Creighton, ''The Forked Road: Canada 1939-1957'', McClelland and Stewart, 1976, p.2.</ref> Canada later also declared war on [[Kingdom of Italy (1861–1946)|Italy]] (11 June 1940), Japan (7 December 1941), and other [[Axis powers]], enshrining the principle that the Statute of Westminster conferred these sovereign powers to Canada.
   
 
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[[File:Canadian Troops Arriving in Hong Kong.jpg|thumb|left|Canadian soldiers arriving in Hong Kong, several weeks prior to the [[Battle of Hong Kong|Japanese invasion of the city]].]]
 
[[File:Canadian Troops Arriving in Hong Kong.jpg|thumb|left|Canadian soldiers arriving in Hong Kong, several weeks prior to the [[Battle of Hong Kong|Japanese invasion of the city]].]]
In Autumn 1941, the British government accepted an offer by the Canadian Government to send two infantry battalions and a brigade headquarters (1,975 personnel) to reinforce British, Indian and Hong Kong personnel garrisoned at [[Hong Kong]]. It was known as "[[C Force]]" and arrived in Hong Kong in mid-November 1941, but did not have all of its equipment they were initially positioned on south side of the Island to counter any amphibious landing. On December 8, following the Japanese [[attack on Pearl Harbor]], the Japanese began their attack on Hong Kong with a force 4 times bigger than the Allied garrison. Canadian soldiers were called upon to counterattack the Japanese assault and saw their first combat against them on December 11, however after bitter fighting allied forces surrendered on December 25, 1941. "C Force" lost 290 personnel during the battle and a further 267 subsequently perished in Japanese prisoner of war camps.
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In Autumn 1941, the British government accepted an offer by the Canadian Government to send two infantry battalions and a brigade headquarters (1,975 personnel) to reinforce British, Indian and Hong Kong personnel garrisoned at [[Hong Kong]]. It was known as "[[C Force]]" and arrived in Hong Kong in mid-November 1941, but did not have all of its equipment they were initially positioned on south side of the Island to counter any amphibious landing. On December 8, following the [[Empire of Japan|Japanese]] [[attack on Pearl Harbor]], the Japanese began their attack on Hong Kong with a force 4 times bigger than the Allied garrison. Canadian soldiers were called upon to counterattack the Japanese assault and saw their first combat against them on December 11, however after bitter fighting allied forces surrendered on December 25, 1941. "C Force" lost 290 personnel during the battle and a further 267 subsequently perished in Japanese prisoner of war camps.
   
 
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Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

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Armenia–European Union relations

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On April 10, 2018 the deputy Foreign Minister of Armenia confirmed that the EU will soon provide Armenia with an action program to launch visa liberalization dialogue. The Minister further stated that Armenia has already been implementing preconditions for launching dialogue over visa liberalization.<ref>{{citeweb|url=https://armenpress.am/eng/news/929319.html|date=2018-04-11}}</ref>
 
On April 10, 2018 the deputy Foreign Minister of Armenia confirmed that the EU will soon provide Armenia with an action program to launch visa liberalization dialogue. The Minister further stated that Armenia has already been implementing preconditions for launching dialogue over visa liberalization.<ref>{{citeweb|url=https://armenpress.am/eng/news/929319.html|date=2018-04-11}}</ref>
   
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On January 18, 2019 the dialogue on visa liberalization was officially launched as part of Armenia-EU Comprehensive and Enhanced Partnership Agreement with expectations of achieving visa-free travel for Armenians to the Schengen Zone in 2020.
   
 
==Armenia-EU common aviation area==
 
==Armenia-EU common aviation area==

2011 AFF U-23 Youth Championship

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Ski Classics

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In 2014 the cup consisted of 6 races, among them [[La Diagonela]], [[Marcialonga]] and [[Vasaloppet]]. [[Rickard Tynell]] won the first race, held in Switzerland due to lack of snow in Czech Republic.
   
 
In 2013 the cup consisted of 6 races, [[Jizerská padesátka]], [[Marcialonga]], [[König Ludwig Lauf]], [[Vasaloppet]], [[Birkebeinerrennet]] and [[Årefjällslopet]]. It is an overall-cup, a sprintpoints-cup, a youth-cup and a team competition. The most profiled teams are [[Team Xtra Personell]], [[Team United Bakeries]], [[Team Coop]], [[Team Tynell]], [[Team Skinfit Racing Team]] and [[Team Skigo]].
 
In 2013 the cup consisted of 6 races, [[Jizerská padesátka]], [[Marcialonga]], [[König Ludwig Lauf]], [[Vasaloppet]], [[Birkebeinerrennet]] and [[Årefjällslopet]]. It is an overall-cup, a sprintpoints-cup, a youth-cup and a team competition. The most profiled teams are [[Team Xtra Personell]], [[Team United Bakeries]], [[Team Coop]], [[Team Tynell]], [[Team Skinfit Racing Team]] and [[Team Skigo]].

Waiting for Forever

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'''''Waiting for Forever''''' is a 2010 American [[romance film]] directed by [[James Keach]], starring [[Rachel Bilson]] and [[Tom Sturridge]]. The film had a limited theatrical release beginning February 4, 2011. It was shot in Salt Lake City and Ogden, Utah.{{Citation needed|date=July 2011}}
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'''''Waiting for Forever''''' is a 2010 American [[romance film]] directed by [[James Keach]] and starring [[Rachel Bilson]] and [[Tom Sturridge]]. The film had a limited theatrical release beginning February 4, 2011. It was shot in Salt Lake City and Ogden, Utah.{{Citation needed|date=July 2011}}
   
 
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List of Miss Universe runners-up and finalists

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Draft:List of Star Wars television series actors

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User talk:Far away is me

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{{unblock reviewed | 1=I was just finished a rewrite of the Kinloss article when it came up with error edit not saved. you idiot blocking me for no reason. Is this a joke because I don't find it very funny. When unblocked I will help improve articles around the Moray area. I was only improving the draft. [[User:Far away is me|Far away is me]] ([[User talk:Far away is me#top|talk]]) 20:36, 18 January 2019 (UTC) | decline = I am declining your unblock request because it does not address the reason for your block, or because it is inadequate for other reasons. To be unblocked, you must convince the reviewing administrator(s) that
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I was just finished a rewrite of the Kinloss article when it came up with error edit not saved. you idiot blocking me for no reason. Is this a joke because I don't find it very funny. When unblocked I will help improve articles around the Moray area. I was only improving the draft. [[User:Far away is me|Far away is me]] ([[User talk:Far away is me#top|talk]]) 20:36, 18 January 2019 (UTC)
 
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List of college athletic programs in New York

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| [[Lehman Lightning]] || [[Lehman College]] || [[New York City]] ([[The Bronx]]) || [[City University of New York Athletic Conference|CUNYAC]] || {{na}} || {{ya}} || {{ya}} || {{ya}} || {{ya}} || {{na}} || {{na}} || {{ya}} || {{ya}}
 
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| [[Manhattanville Valiants]] || [[Manhattanville College]] || [[Purchase, New York|Purchase]] || [[Middle Atlantic Conferences|MAC]] ([[MAC Freedom Conference|Freedom]]) {{efn|Manhattanville will join the [[Skyline Conference]] in 2019–20.}} || {{na}} || {{ya}} || {{ya}} || {{ya}} || {{ya}} || {{ya}} {{efn|name=uc}} || {{ya}} {{efn|name=uc}} || {{ya}} || {{ya}}
 
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