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{{short description|Randhir Shrestha, a self-taught Filmmaker from Nepal}}
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|birth_date = {{Birth date and age|df=yes|1985|2|25}}
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|birth_place = [[Parsa|Birgunj]], Nepal
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| birth_date = 25th Feb. 1985
 
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|nationality = [[Nepali people|Nepalese]]
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|education = Bal Sirjanalaya School<br>White House College (+2)<br>Prime College (BIM)<br>Presidential college (MBA)
| spouse = [[Xanthippe]]
 
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|occupation = Director, [[filmmaker (profession)|director]], cinematographer
| parents = Ram Bahadur Shrestha
 
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|awards = Introducing Nepal 1st weekly online episode "Gossip with Celebs" (65+running).
 
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'''Randhir Shrestha''' ({{lang-ne|रन्धिर श्रेष्ठ}}) is a [[Nepali people|Nepalese]] filmmakers<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.texasnepal.com/tag/randhir-shrestha/|date=JULY 10, 2015|title=Randhir Shrestha – www.texasnepal.com.}}</ref> and a professional filmmaker from Nepal. He has directed more than 600's music videos, television commercials, print ads and worked as director, cinematographer, editor, producer in more than a dozen of Nepali movies. He started off his career as a director, editor & cinematographer in music video in 2012 . He made his directional debut with ''Mrityu-Kunda - Nepali Featured Film'' in 2013 . He subsequently earned wide recognition for his multi-talent in ''[[Mrityu-Kunda]]'' ',<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.sahikuro.com/thriller-movie-mrityu-kunda-poster-released/|title=A new taste|work=[[www.sahikuro.com]]|
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==Education==
 
==Biography==
 
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Randhir Shrestha has graduated with a BBS degree in Management from Shanker Dev Campus. Randhir did his schooling from Sirius English Boarding School in Kathmandu. She did her plus-two from Richmonda Academy.
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==Filmography==
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===Direction===
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|Working Experience: # Worked as Director/Producer/Cinematographer & Writer in Nepali Feature Film "Mrityu-Kunda". # Worked as Director & Cinematographer in Nepali Feature Film "Gupt". # Worked as Cinematographer & Editor in Nepali Feature Film "Tyo Din", "Crossroad", "Antim Faisala". # Worked as Director/Editor & Cinematographer in more than 500 Music Video. # Worked as Director/Editor & Cinematographer in more than 65 Online Episode. # Worked as Director/Editor & Cinematographer in more than 30 Commercial Television Ads(TVC). # Worked as Director/Editor & Cinematographer in more than 100 short film. # Worked as Director/Editor & Cinematographer at A RAS Production Pvt. Ltd. # Worked as Director/Editor & Cinematographer at EGossip24 TV. # Worked as Editor & Cinematographer at Raag Vision Multi Movies Pvt. Ltd. # Worked as Editor & Cinematographer at Horizon Multimedia Pvt. -Ltd # Worked as Director/Editor & Cinematographer at Sano Aasha Nepal. # Worked as Director/Editor & Cinematographer at HCI(Himalayan Climate Initiative). # Worked as Director/Editor & Cinematographer at Sharina Production. # Worked as Editor & Cinematographer at Aash Music Company Pvt. Ltd. # Worked as Editor & Cinematographer at S Raj Production Pvt. Ltd. # Worked as Editor & Cinematographer at Blaze Media Production House Pvt. Ltd # Worked as Editor & Cinematographer at Utsav Production Pvt. Ltd. # Worked as Fashion Coordinator at Sabah Nepal Pvt. Ltd # Worked as Multimedia Coordinator at Bigul Tv & Koshi Online. # Worked as Sound Recordist in Nepali Feature Film "Jadugar". # Worked as Editor & Cinematographer at Laki Production Pvt. Ltd. # Worked as Media partner & film promotion in different events & feature films like Cha Ekan Cha, Cheers, Mokshya, Chhadke, Nepthya, Raghav, Antaral, Aadhaya, "Miss Diva 2013", Bal utsav, Addha Sur Live performance etc.
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# Introducing Nepal 1st weekly online episode "Gossip with Celebs" (65+running). # Directing Hollywood Music Video in Nepal called "Downtown" By Mc Yo Wassup's. # Directing Hindi Music Video in Nepal called "Tere mere Darmiyaan" by Bhuntu Yadav.
   
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*[[autobiography]]
 
*[[biography]]
 
   
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Osian (Rajasthan Assembly constituency)

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| 13.|| 2013 || Bhaira ram || [[Bharatiya Janata Party]]<ref>[http://eci.nic.in/eci_main/StatisticalReports/AE2013/RajAE_2013_stat_report.pdf STATISTICAL REPORT ON GENERAL ELECTION, 2013 TO THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF RAJASTHAN]</ref>
 
| 13.|| 2013 || Bhaira ram || [[Bharatiya Janata Party]]<ref>[http://eci.nic.in/eci_main/StatisticalReports/AE2013/RajAE_2013_stat_report.pdf STATISTICAL REPORT ON GENERAL ELECTION, 2013 TO THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF RAJASTHAN]</ref>
 
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|14||2018||Divya Maderna ||Indian National Congress<ref>https://ceorajasthan.nic.in/Vidhansabha%202018/indexw.html</ref>
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Marcos Antônio (footballer, born 2000)

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nt update

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| years1 = 2018– | clubs1 = [[G.D. Estoril Praia|Estoril]] | caps1 = 3 | goals1 = 0
 
| years1 = 2018– | clubs1 = [[G.D. Estoril Praia|Estoril]] | caps1 = 3 | goals1 = 0
 
| nationalyears1 = 2017 | nationalteam1 = [[Brazil national under-17 football team|Brazil U17]] | nationalcaps1 = 16 | nationalgoals1 = 2
 
| nationalyears1 = 2017 | nationalteam1 = [[Brazil national under-17 football team|Brazil U17]] | nationalcaps1 = 16 | nationalgoals1 = 2
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| nationalyears2 = 2019– | nationalteam2 = [[Brazil national under-20 football team|Brazil U20]] | nationalcaps2 = 1 | nationalgoals2 = 0
 
| club-update = 15:02, 25 December 2018 (UTC)
 
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{{Portuguese name|Silva|Santos}}
 
{{Portuguese name|Silva|Santos}}

Vlad Stashevsky

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Biography

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== Biography ==
 
== Biography ==
Vlad Stashevsky was born on January 19, 1974 in Tiraspol. His father, Stanislav Stashevsky, left the family when Vlad was less than two years old.<ref name="kino-teatr.ru">{{cite web|url=http://www.kino-teatr.ru/kino/acter/m/star/30690/bio/|title=Влад Сташевский (Владислав Сташевский) — биография|work=kino-teatr.ru|accessdate=2015-11-10}}</ref>
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Was born on January 19, 1974 in Tiraspol. His father, Stanislav Stashevsky, left the family when Vlad was less than two years old.<ref name="kino-teatr.ru">{{cite web|url=http://www.kino-teatr.ru/kino/acter/m/star/30690/bio/|title=Влад Сташевский (Владислав Сташевский) — биография|work=kino-teatr.ru|accessdate=2015-11-10}}</ref>
   
 
Stashevsky was raised by his mother Natalia Tverdokhlebova and his grandmother Maria Timofeevna Tverdokhlebova, who were both accountants. And Vlad accountant and did not. He was engaged in sports school gymnastics, running, rowing, skydiving, and martial arts. He graduated from the School of Music in piano. After eighth grade, Stashevsky enrolled in the [[Suvorov Military School]], where he studied for about a month and then left.
 
Stashevsky was raised by his mother Natalia Tverdokhlebova and his grandmother Maria Timofeevna Tverdokhlebova, who were both accountants. And Vlad accountant and did not. He was engaged in sports school gymnastics, running, rowing, skydiving, and martial arts. He graduated from the School of Music in piano. After eighth grade, Stashevsky enrolled in the [[Suvorov Military School]], where he studied for about a month and then left.

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F7

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User:Psychiatrick/Prose4

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style correction: поведав, как средь вековых коллизий → и рассказал, что множеством коллизий

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по книгам, где нашёл подсказку — ту,
 
по книгам, где нашёл подсказку — ту,
 
что справочник «Монастыри» был издан
 
что справочник «Монастыри» был издан
в Москве в две тысячи втором году<ref>Отсылка к справочнику «Монастыри». См.: Монастыри / Редактор Н.Г. Брехова. Художники П.С. Сочнев, С.В. Дуганов. Художник-оформитель П.А. Навдаев. — Москва: Рипол Классик, 2002.</ref>,
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в Москве в две тысячи втором году<ref>Отсылка к справочнику «Монастыри». См.: Монастыри / Редактор Н.Г. Брехова. Художники П.С. Сочнев, С.В. Дуганов. Художник-оформитель П.А. Навдаев. — Москва: Рипол Классик, 2002.</ref>
   
поведав, как средь вековых коллизий
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где старцем был святой отец Паисий,
 
где старцем был святой отец Паисий,
 
по-видимому, лучший поводырь<ref>Отсылка к содержащейся на двести сорок первой странице в главе «Свято-Введенская Козельская Оптина Макариева пустынь (в честь Введения во храм Пресвятой Богородицы, мужской, ставропигиальный)» справочника «Монастыри» фразе «Все старцы, жившие в Оптинской пустыни были учениками преподобного Паисия». См.: Монастыри. Глава: Свято-Введенская Козельская Оптина Макариева пустынь (в честь Введения во храм Пресвятой Богородицы, мужской, ставропигиальный). Все старцы, жившие в Оптинской пустыни были учениками преподобного Паисия / Редактор Н.Г. Брехова. Художники П.С. Сочнев, С.В. Дуганов. Художник-оформитель П.А. Навдаев. — Москва: Рипол Классик, 2002. — С. 241.</ref>,
 
по-видимому, лучший поводырь<ref>Отсылка к содержащейся на двести сорок первой странице в главе «Свято-Введенская Козельская Оптина Макариева пустынь (в честь Введения во храм Пресвятой Богородицы, мужской, ставропигиальный)» справочника «Монастыри» фразе «Все старцы, жившие в Оптинской пустыни были учениками преподобного Паисия». См.: Монастыри. Глава: Свято-Введенская Козельская Оптина Макариева пустынь (в честь Введения во храм Пресвятой Богородицы, мужской, ставропигиальный). Все старцы, жившие в Оптинской пустыни были учениками преподобного Паисия / Редактор Н.Г. Брехова. Художники П.С. Сочнев, С.В. Дуганов. Художник-оформитель П.А. Навдаев. — Москва: Рипол Классик, 2002. — С. 241.</ref>,

Ramaiah Institute of Technology

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Notable alumni

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* [[Adithya Srinivasan]], an alumnus of the batch of 2014, department of [[Computer Science]], considered for a nomination at the 57th [[Grammy Awards]]<ref>{{cite web|url=http://epaper.newindianexpress.com/c/3004185 |title=Indian Express / Music : B'lore singer to send track for Grammys | publisher=Indian Express |date=2014-06-17 |accessdate=2014-06-20}}</ref>
 
* [[Adithya Srinivasan]], an alumnus of the batch of 2014, department of [[Computer Science]], considered for a nomination at the 57th [[Grammy Awards]]<ref>{{cite web|url=http://epaper.newindianexpress.com/c/3004185 |title=Indian Express / Music : B'lore singer to send track for Grammys | publisher=Indian Express |date=2014-06-17 |accessdate=2014-06-20}}</ref>
 
* [[Kanan Gill]], B.E. in Computer Science, stand-up comedian and YouTuber
 
* [[Kanan Gill]], B.E. in Computer Science, stand-up comedian and YouTuber
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*Siddharth Bhopal Gupta, B.E. in IEM, YouTuber
 
*Ujjwal jain, B.E. in Mechanical, Mr. Mirzapur, Right hand guddu bhaiya
 
   
 
<ref>{{cite web|title=MSRIT alumni Association|url=https://www.msritalumni.com/page/Distinguished-Alumni.dz|publisher=MSRITAA|accessdate=16 July 2018}}</ref>
 
<ref>{{cite web|title=MSRIT alumni Association|url=https://www.msritalumni.com/page/Distinguished-Alumni.dz|publisher=MSRITAA|accessdate=16 July 2018}}</ref>
   
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==Placements==
 
==Placements==

Delaware

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{{about|the U.S. state|the river|Delaware River|people|other uses}}
 
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{{Use mdy dates|date=October 2015}}

R.V. College of Engineering

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Notable alumni

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* [[Anil Kumble]], the former coach and captain of the [[Indian Cricket Team]]<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.outlookindia.com/article.aspx?207038|title=Flight Of The Condor|date=1999-02-22|publisher=''Outlook India''|accessdate=2009-10-19|deadurl=no|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20110123034707/http://outlookindia.com/article.aspx?207038|archivedate=23 January 2011|df=dmy-all}}</ref>
 
* [[Anil Kumble]], the former coach and captain of the [[Indian Cricket Team]]<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.outlookindia.com/article.aspx?207038|title=Flight Of The Condor|date=1999-02-22|publisher=''Outlook India''|accessdate=2009-10-19|deadurl=no|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20110123034707/http://outlookindia.com/article.aspx?207038|archivedate=23 January 2011|df=dmy-all}}</ref>
 
*[[Chetan Baboor]], the former international table tennis champion and Arjuna award winner
 
*[[Chetan Baboor]], the former international table tennis champion and Arjuna award winner
Yash Verma,B.E. in ISE, Billionaire, Philanthropist,Psych
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==See also==
 
==See also==

Camillo Paderni

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Drawings

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paderni drawings from a 1757 publication by [[:it:Ottavio Antonio Bayardi]].<ref>{{cite web|url=https://archive.org/details/A216167|title=Le pitture antiche d'Ercolano e contorni incise con qualche spiegazione. Tomo primo|year=1757|author=Ottavio Antonio Bayardi}}</ref>
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paderni drawings from a 1757 publication by [[:it:Ottavio Antonio Bayardi|Ottavio Antonio Bayardi]].<ref>{{cite web|url=https://archive.org/details/A216167|title=Le pitture antiche d'Ercolano e contorni incise con qualche spiegazione. Tomo primo|year=1757|author=Ottavio Antonio Bayardi}}</ref>
 
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Camillo-Paderni-ca-1757.jpg
 
Camillo-Paderni-ca-1757.jpg

Oil reserves in the United States

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[[File:Revisions to US Oil Reserves 2011.png|thumb|Although the US proved oil reserves grew by 3.8 billion barrels in 2011, even after deducting 2.07 billion barrels of production, only 8% of the 5.84 billion barrels of the newly booked oil was due to new field discoveries (US EIA)]]
 
[[File:Revisions to US Oil Reserves 2011.png|thumb|Although the US proved oil reserves grew by 3.8 billion barrels in 2011, even after deducting 2.07 billion barrels of production, only 8% of the 5.84 billion barrels of the newly booked oil was due to new field discoveries (US EIA)]]
   
Proven '''[[Oil reserves#Proven reserves|oil reserves]] in the [[United States]]''' were {{convert|36.4|Goilbbl}} of crude oil as of the end of 2014, excluding the [[Strategic Petroleum Reserve (United States)|Strategic Petroleum Reserve]]. The 2014 reserves represent the largest US proven reserves since 1972, and a 90% increase in proved reserves since 2008.<ref name="Proved oil reserves">US Energy Information Administration, [http://www.eia.gov/dnav/pet/pet_crd_pres_dcu_NUS_a.htm Proved oil reserves]</ref> The [[Energy Information Administration]] estimates US undiscovered, technically recoverable oil resources to be an additional 198 billion barrels.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/04/19/republicans-say-new-study-belies-obama-claim-us-has-2-percent-world-oil/ |work=Fox News|title=Republicans say new study belies Obama claim US has 2 percent of world oil|date=2012-04-19}}</ref><ref>US Energy Information Administration, [http://www.eia.gov/totalenergy/data/annual/showtext.cfm?t=ptb0401 Energy Annual 2012], Sept. 2012.</ref>
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Proven '''[[Oil reserves#Proven reserves|oil reserves]] in the [[United States]]''' were {{convert|36.4|Goilbbl}} of crude oil as of the end of 2014, excluding the [[Strategic Petroleum Reserve (United States)|Strategic Petroleum Reserve]]. The 2014 reserves represent the largest US proven reserves since 1972, and a 90% increase in proved reserves since 2008.<ref name="Proved oil reserves">US Energy Information Administration, [http://www.eia.gov/dnav/pet/pet_crd_pres_dcu_NUS_a.htm Proved oil reserves]</ref> The [[Energy Information Administration]] estimates US undiscovered, technically recoverable oil resources to be an additional 398 billion barrels.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/04/19/republicans-say-new-study-belies-obama-claim-us-has-2-percent-world-oil/ |work=Fox News|title=Republicans say new study belies Obama claim US has 2 percent of world oil|date=2012-04-19}}</ref><ref>US Energy Information Administration, [http://www.eia.gov/totalenergy/data/annual/showtext.cfm?t=ptb0401 Energy Annual 2012], Sept. 2012.</ref>
   
 
==Proven reserves==
 
==Proven reserves==

User:Zcarstvnz

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Project Totals: Updated totals.

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|Wikimedia Commons
 
|Wikimedia Commons
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|Wikimedia (Meta)
 
|Wikimedia (Meta)
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|-
 
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|Wikipedia (English)
 
|Wikipedia (English)
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|style="text-align:right;" | 3937
 
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|Wikipedia (Other Versions)
 
|Wikipedia (Other Versions)
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MS Free Enterprise I

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==History==
 
==History==
''Free Enterprise'' was built in 1962 by I.C.H. Holland, Werf Gusto Yard, [[Schiedam]], the Netherlands, for [[European Ferries|Townsend Brothers Ferries]]. She was their first purpose built roll-on/roll-off passenger and vehicle ferry and entered service in 1962 on the [[Dover]] - [[Calais]] route.<ref>{{cite web| url=http://www.competition-commission.org.uk/rep_pub/reports/1986/fulltext/208c04.pdf| archive-url=http://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/20120119185344/http://www.competition-commission.org.uk/rep_pub/reports/1986/fulltext/208c04.pdf| dead-url=yes| archive-date=19 January 2012| title=Monopolies and Mergers Commission - Report into the Merger of P&O and European Ferries Group PLC| publisher=National Artchive| format=PDF| year=1986| accessdate=18 April 2013}}</ref> On delivery of {{MS|Free Enterprise II||2}} in May 1965, she was renamed ''Free Enterprise I''. In 1968, the company became [[European Ferries]], continuing to operate services as [[Townsend Thoresen]] and as ''Free Enterprise I'' appeared briefly in the 1969 film classic ''[[The Italian Job]]'', starring [[Michael Caine]], [[Noël Coward]] and [[Benny Hill]].
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''Free Enterprise'' was built in 1962 by I.C.H. Holland, Werf Gusto Yard, [[Schiedam]], the Netherlands, for [[European Ferries|Townsend Brothers Ferries]]. She was their first purpose built roll-on/roll-off passenger and vehicle ferry and entered service in 1962 on the [[Dover]] - [[Calais]] route.<ref>{{cite web| url=http://www.competition-commission.org.uk/rep_pub/reports/1986/fulltext/208c04.pdf| archive-url=http://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/20120119185344/http://www.competition-commission.org.uk/rep_pub/reports/1986/fulltext/208c04.pdf| dead-url=yes| archive-date=19 January 2012| title=Monopolies and Mergers Commission - Report into the Merger of P&O and European Ferries Group PLC| publisher=National Artchive| format=PDF| year=1986| accessdate=18 April 2013}}</ref> On delivery of {{MS|Free Enterprise II||2}} in May 1965, she was renamed ''Free Enterprise I''. In 1968, the company became [[European Ferries]], continuing to operate services as [[Townsend Thoresen]] and ''Free Enterprise I'' appeared briefly in the 1969 film classic ''[[The Italian Job]]'', starring [[Michael Caine]], [[Noël Coward]] and [[Benny Hill]].
   
 
In February 1980, ''Free Enterprise I'' was sold to [[Ventouris Ferries|Ventouris Group]] as the ''Kimolos'', subsequently receiving the names ''Ergina'', ''Ventouris'' and ''Methodia II'' in their ownership. She ran aground twice in 1983.<ref name="Dover"/>
 
In February 1980, ''Free Enterprise I'' was sold to [[Ventouris Ferries|Ventouris Group]] as the ''Kimolos'', subsequently receiving the names ''Ergina'', ''Ventouris'' and ''Methodia II'' in their ownership. She ran aground twice in 1983.<ref name="Dover"/>

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== Summary ==
 
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List of diplomatic missions in Vietnam

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|{{flag|Philippines}} || [[Embassy of the Philippines in Hanoi|Embassy]] || [[Noel Servigon]] [[File:Ambassador Noel Servigon.jpg|140px|Noel Servigon at the ASEAN Tourism Forum 2019 in Ha Long Bay, Viet Nam; organised by TTG Events, Singapore]] ||
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| title = PM welcomes new Ambassadors of Philippines and Myanmar
 
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| date = 11 July 2007
 
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|{{flag|Poland}} || [[Embassy of Poland in Hanoi|Embassy]] || [[Roman Iwaszkiewicz]]<ref name="poland">{{cite web
 
|{{flag|Poland}} || [[Embassy of Poland in Hanoi|Embassy]] || [[Roman Iwaszkiewicz]]<ref name="poland">{{cite web

User talk:DannyS712

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portals update

Show changes

Krishna (film series)

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== Movie 4: Krishna: [[Kansa]] Vadha ==
   
 
Kansa Vadha in [[Hindi]] refers to "the slaying of [[Kamsa|Kansa]]".
 
Kansa Vadha in [[Hindi]] refers to "the slaying of [[Kamsa|Kansa]]".

Sigrid (singer)

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* Released: 8 March 2019<ref name="debut album" />
 
* Label: Island
 
* Label: Island
 
* Format: [[Compact disc|CD]], [[Compact Cassette|cassette]], [[LP record|vinyl]], [[Music download|digital download]]
 
* Format: [[Compact disc|CD]], [[Compact Cassette|cassette]], [[LP record|vinyl]], [[Music download|digital download]]

Bhopalgarh (Rajasthan Assembly constituency)

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'''Bhopalgarh Assembly constituency''' is one of [[List of constituencies of Rajasthan Vidhan Sabha|constituencies]] of [[Rajasthan Legislative Assembly]] in the [[Jodhpur (Lok Sabha constituency)]]. Senior Congress leaders like Paras Ram Maderna used to contest election from this seat Also during the first election in 1967 Ram Singh Bishnoi contested from this constituency.
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'''Bhopalgarh Assembly constituency''' is one of [[List of constituencies of Rajasthan Vidhan Sabha|constituencies]] of [[Rajasthan Legislative Assembly]] in the [[Pali (Lok Sabha constituency)]]. Senior Congress leaders like Paras Ram Maderna used to contest election from this seat Also during the first election in 1967 Ram Singh Bishnoi contested from this constituency.
   
 
==List of members==
 
==List of members==

Hazel dormouse

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I Am a Rock

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Acoustic version

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===Acoustic version===
   
The song was not included on Simon & Garfunkel's first album, ''[[Wednesday Morning, 3 A.M.]]'', which they released on October 19, 1964. It is unlikely that Simon wrote before 1964, when he first began experimenting with the folk genre. Some sources say that it was performed by Simon on January 27, 1965, on a promo show for the BBC.<ref>See the bootleg disc ''Far East Reunion'', released by Hard Rain Records (Hard Rain 007/008). Jean-Marc Orliaguet [https://web.archive.org/web/20060721205825/http://www.ckk.chalmers.se/guitar/SGintro.html claims] (archived July 21, 2006) this show aired on 27 January 1965 (accessed 13 April 2006). This is dubious, however, because the liner notes to ''Far East Reunion'' claim this is a promo show for the release of the Simon & Garfunkel EP ''Wednesday Morning, 3 A.M.'', which itself was not released until 1966.</ref> In any case, Simon seems to have written the song before the end of January 1964, and certainly had it down before May, when he first recorded it. It was included on his solo-acoustic ''[[The Paul Simon Songbook]]'' LP released in the UK in the summer of 1965,<ref name="Song Facts (Rock)">{{cite web|title=I Am A Rock by Simon & Garfunkel|url=http://www.songfacts.com/detail.php?id=3872|website=Song Facts|accessdate=January 19, 2019}}</ref> which for a long time Simon himself disdained, and remained available only in the United Kingdom until 1981. It was also released as a now as a rare UK single, backed with "Leaves That are Green". Thematically, the song deals with isolation and [[emotional detachment]].
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The song was not included on Simon & Garfunkel's first album, ''[[Wednesday Morning, 3 A.M.]]'', which they released on October 19, 1964. It is unlikely that Simon wrote it before 1964. Some sources say that it was performed by Simon on January 27, 1965, on a promo show for the BBC.<ref>See the bootleg disc ''Far East Reunion'', released by Hard Rain Records (Hard Rain 007/008). Jean-Marc Orliaguet [https://web.archive.org/web/20060721205825/http://www.ckk.chalmers.se/guitar/SGintro.html claims] (archived July 21, 2006) this show aired on 27 January 1965 (accessed 13 April 2006). This is dubious, however, because the liner notes to ''Far East Reunion'' claim this is a promo show for the release of the Simon & Garfunkel EP ''Wednesday Morning, 3 A.M.'', which itself was not released until 1966.</ref> Simon seems to have written the song before the end of January 1964, and certainly had it completed before May 1965, when he first recorded it. It was included on his solo-acoustic ''[[The Paul Simon Songbook]]'' LP released in the UK in the summer of 1965,<ref name="Song Facts (Rock)">{{cite web|title=I Am A Rock by Simon & Garfunkel|url=http://www.songfacts.com/detail.php?id=3872|website=Song Facts|accessdate=January 19, 2019}}</ref> which for a long time Simon himself was dissatisfied, and remained available only in the United Kingdom until 1981. It was also released as a rare UK single, backed with "Leaves That are Green". Thematically, the song deals with isolation and [[emotional detachment]].
   
 
While Simon was in Europe during the summer of 1965, [[Tom Wilson (producer)|Tom Wilson]], the producer of ''Wednesday Morning, 3 A.M.'', responded to requests for "[[The Sound of Silence]]" from American radio stations and dubbed an [[electric guitar]], bass, and [[drum]]s onto the original track. He then released the song as a single, whereupon it entered the United States pop charts. When Simon heard about the success of this song, he was still touring in Europe as a solo folk singer.
 
While Simon was in Europe during the summer of 1965, [[Tom Wilson (producer)|Tom Wilson]], the producer of ''Wednesday Morning, 3 A.M.'', responded to requests for "[[The Sound of Silence]]" from American radio stations and dubbed an [[electric guitar]], bass, and [[drum]]s onto the original track. He then released the song as a single, whereupon it entered the United States pop charts. When Simon heard about the success of this song, he was still touring in Europe as a solo folk singer.

Antioch–SFO/Millbrae line

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| June 22, 2003 || Daly City–Millbrae<ref>{{cite news |url=http://www.sfgate.com/default/article/BART-to-link-to-SFO-June-22-After-many-delays-2654540.php |title=BART to link to SFO June 22 / After many delays, latest date is firm, transit officials say |newspaper=San Francisco Chronicle |date=April 18, 2003 |first=Michael |last=Cabanatuan}}</ref>
 
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| February 9, 2004 || Daly City–SFO (weekday peak hours)<br />Daly City–SFO/Millbrae (all other times)<ref>{{cite news |url = http://www.sfgate.com/default/article/BART-changing-schedule-so-more-go-to-SFO-2800214.php |title = BART changing schedule so more go to SFO / Peninsula ridership below expectations, needs a boost |newspaper = [[San Francisco Chronicle]] |date = February 7, 2004 |accessdate = April 9, 2013 }}</ref>
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| February 9, 2004 || Daly City–SFO (weekday peak hours)<br />Daly City–SFO/Millbrae (all other times)<ref>{{cite news |url=http://www.sfgate.com/default/article/BART-changing-schedule-so-more-go-to-SFO-2800214.php |title=BART changing schedule so more go to SFO / Peninsula ridership below expectations, needs a boost |newspaper=San Francisco Chronicle |date=February 7, 2004 |first=Michael |last=Cabanatuan}}</ref>
 
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| September 12, 2005 || ''none''<ref>{{cite news |url = http://www.sfgate.com/default/article/PENINSULA-BART-to-airport-to-be-cut-Weekend-2648564.php |title = PENINSULA / BART to airport to be cut / Weekend trains to be kept on Peninsula |newspaper = [[San Francisco Chronicle]] |date = August 11, 2005 |accessdate = April 9, 2013 }}</ref>
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| September 12, 2005 || ''none''<ref>{{cite news |url=http://www.sfgate.com/default/article/PENINSULA-BART-to-airport-to-be-cut-Weekend-2648564.php |title=PENINSULA / BART to airport to be cut / Weekend trains to be kept on Peninsula |newspaper=San Francisco Chronicle |date=August 11, 2005 |first=Dave |last=Murphy}}</ref>
 
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| January 1, 2008 || Daly City–SFO<ref>{{cite news |url = http://www.sfgate.com/default/article/BART-to-raise-fares-increase-train-frequency-3233521.php |title = BART to raise fares, increase train frequency starting Jan. 1 |newspaper = [[San Francisco Chronicle]] |date = December 9, 2007 |accessdate = April 9, 2013 }}</ref>
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| January 1, 2008 || Daly City–SFO<ref>{{cite news |url=http://www.sfgate.com/default/article/BART-to-raise-fares-increase-train-frequency-3233521.php |title=BART to raise fares, increase train frequency starting Jan. 1 |newspaper=San Francisco Chronicle |date=December 9, 2007 |first=Rachel |last=Gordon}}</ref>
 
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| September 14, 2009 || Daly City–SFO (weekdays)<br />Daly City–SFO/Millbrae (evenings/weekends)<ref>{{cite web |url = http://www.bart.gov/news/articles/2009/news20090901a.aspx |title = Off-peak service reductions began Monday, September 14th |publisher = Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) |date = September 15, 2009 |accessdate = April 9, 2013 }}</ref>
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| September 14, 2009 || Daly City–SFO (weekdays)<br />Daly City–SFO/Millbrae (evenings/weekends)<ref>{{cite press release |url=https://www.bart.gov/news/articles/2009/news20090901a |title=Off-peak service reductions began Monday, September 14th |date=September 15, 2009 |publisher=San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District}}</ref>
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| February 11, 2019 || Daly City–SFO (weekdays/Sundays)<br />Daly City–SFO/Millbrae (nights/Saturdays)<ref>{{cite press release |url=https://www.bart.gov/news/articles/2019/news20190115 |title=February 11 schedule change impacts weekdays and Sundays |date=January 15, 2019 |publisher=San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District}}</ref>
 
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Flags of cities of the United States

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File:Flag of Fort Worth.png|<center>{{FIAV|reconstructed}} [[Fort Worth, Texas|Fort Worth]]</center>
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File:Flag placeholder.svg|<center>{{FIAV|normal}} [[Garland, Texas|Garland]]<ref name="no image" group="N"/><ref name="CRW Flags Garland">{{cite web|last1=Wyatt|first1=Rick|title=Garland, Texas (U.S.)|url=https://www.crwflags.com/fotw/flags/us-txgar.html|website=CRW Flags|accessdate=30 March 2018|language=en|date=12 February 2018}}</ref></center>
 
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Stefanos Tsitsipas

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|residence = [[Nicosia]], [[Cyprus]]<ref name="atp-profile">{{cite web |title=Stefanos Tsitsipas |url=https://www.atpworldtour.com/en/players/stefanos-tsitsipas/te51/overview |website=ATP World Tour |accessdate=13 August 2018}}</ref>
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|residence, he neighbor is the mighty Keegan atkinson = [[Nicosia]], [[Cyprus]]<ref name="atp-profile">{{cite web |title=Stefanos Tsitsipas |url=https://www.atpworldtour.com/en/players/stefanos-tsitsipas/te51/overview |website=ATP World Tour |accessdate=13 August 2018}}</ref>
 
|birth_date = {{birth date and age|df=yes|1998|8|12}}
 
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|birth_place = Vouliagmeni, Athens, Greece
 
|birth_place = Vouliagmeni, Athens, Greece

January 1919

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* Workers' councils in [[Berlin]] voted to end the [[general strike]], ending the [[Spartacist uprising]].<ref>Haffner 2002, p. 163-168</ref>
 
* Workers' councils in [[Berlin]] voted to end the [[general strike]], ending the [[Spartacist uprising]].<ref>Haffner 2002, p. 163-168</ref>
 
* [[Tragic Week (Argentina)|Tragic Week]] &ndash; Argentine marines successfully thwarted an attempt by anarchists to obtain arms from local police stations in [[Buenos Aires]].<ref>{{cite thesis |degree=PhD |title=The Tragic Week of January, 1919, in Buenos Aires: Background, Events, Aftermath |first=John Raymond |last=Hébert |page=159 |publisher=Georgetown University |date=1972}}</ref><ref>Ward 2006, ''Anarchy Archives''</ref>
 
* [[Tragic Week (Argentina)|Tragic Week]] &ndash; Argentine marines successfully thwarted an attempt by anarchists to obtain arms from local police stations in [[Buenos Aires]].<ref>{{cite thesis |degree=PhD |title=The Tragic Week of January, 1919, in Buenos Aires: Background, Events, Aftermath |first=John Raymond |last=Hébert |page=159 |publisher=Georgetown University |date=1972}}</ref><ref>Ward 2006, ''Anarchy Archives''</ref>
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* The [[2nd Army (German Empire)|2nd Army]] of the [[Imperial Germany Army]] was disbanded.<ref>{{cite book | last1 = Ellis | first1 = John | last2 = Cox | first2 = Michael | year = 1993 | title = The World War I Databook | publisher = Aurum Press Ltd | isbn = 1-85410-766-6| page=187}}</ref>
 
* The [[Washington National Opera (1919–1936)|Washington National Opera]] debuted in [[Washington, D.C.]] with the performance of ''[[The Pirates of Penzance]]''. The company would operate until 1936.<ref>McPherson, Jim, "Mr. Meek Goes to Washington: The Story of the Small-Potatoes Canadian Baritone Who Founded America's 'National' Opera," ''The Opera Quarterly'', volume 20, no. 2, Spring 2004</ref>
 
* The [[Washington National Opera (1919–1936)|Washington National Opera]] debuted in [[Washington, D.C.]] with the performance of ''[[The Pirates of Penzance]]''. The company would operate until 1936.<ref>McPherson, Jim, "Mr. Meek Goes to Washington: The Story of the Small-Potatoes Canadian Baritone Who Founded America's 'National' Opera," ''The Opera Quarterly'', volume 20, no. 2, Spring 2004</ref>
 
* The Yiddish newspaper ''[[Der Roiter Emes]]'' was first published in [[Riga]], [[Latvia]] as the mouthpiece for the [[Communist Party of Latvia]]. It ceased publication five months later when the [[Red Army]] lost control of [[Riga]].<ref>{{cite book| title=Latvijas Vēsture, eds. 65-68| url=https://books.google.com/books?id=VKMiAQAAIAAJ| year=2007| publisher=A/S Lana| page=104}}</ref>
 
* The Yiddish newspaper ''[[Der Roiter Emes]]'' was first published in [[Riga]], [[Latvia]] as the mouthpiece for the [[Communist Party of Latvia]]. It ceased publication five months later when the [[Red Army]] lost control of [[Riga]].<ref>{{cite book| title=Latvijas Vēsture, eds. 65-68| url=https://books.google.com/books?id=VKMiAQAAIAAJ| year=2007| publisher=A/S Lana| page=104}}</ref>
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* [[Estonian War of Independence]] &ndash; Estonian forces [[Battle of Utria|landed]] at [[Udria]] beach in northeastern [[Estonia]] in an attempt to force the [[Red Army]] out of [[Narva]].<ref>Traksmaa 1992, p. 98</ref>
 
* [[Estonian War of Independence]] &ndash; Estonian forces [[Battle of Utria|landed]] at [[Udria]] beach in northeastern [[Estonia]] in an attempt to force the [[Red Army]] out of [[Narva]].<ref>Traksmaa 1992, p. 98</ref>
 
* Forces with the small [[Hutsul Republic]] in what is now the western [[Ukraine]] clashed with Romanian troops. The Hutsul force was defeated with a loss of 18 to 41 soldiers killed, 39 to 150 wounded and 400 taken prisoner. <ref>Magocsi 2002, pp. 237-238</ref>
 
* Forces with the small [[Hutsul Republic]] in what is now the western [[Ukraine]] clashed with Romanian troops. The Hutsul force was defeated with a loss of 18 to 41 soldiers killed, 39 to 150 wounded and 400 taken prisoner. <ref>Magocsi 2002, pp. 237-238</ref>
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* The German air squadron ''[[Jagdstaffel 50]]'' of the ''[[Luftstreitkräfte]]'' was disbanded.<ref>{{cite book |ref=harv |first1=Norman |last1=Franks |authorlink1=Norman Franks |first2=Frank W. |last2=Bailey |first3=Russell F. |last3=Guest |title=Above The Lines: The Aces and Fighter Units of the German Air Service, Naval Air Service, and Flanders Marine Corps, 1914–1918 |location=London, UK |publisher=Grub Street |year=1993 |isbn=978-0-948817-73-1 |page=47}}</ref>
 
* '''Born:''' [[Wah Kau Kong]], American air force officer, member of the [[354th Fighter Group]] during [[World War Two]], first [[Chinese-American]] fighter pilot, in [[Honolulu]] (d. [[1944]], killed in action)
 
* '''Born:''' [[Wah Kau Kong]], American air force officer, member of the [[354th Fighter Group]] during [[World War Two]], first [[Chinese-American]] fighter pilot, in [[Honolulu]] (d. [[1944]], killed in action)
 
* '''Died:''' [[Arichi Shinanojō]], Japanese naval officer, second Chief of the [[Imperial Japanese Navy General Staff]] (b. [[1843]])
 
* '''Died:''' [[Arichi Shinanojō]], Japanese naval officer, second Chief of the [[Imperial Japanese Navy General Staff]] (b. [[1843]])
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* Two [[Royal Irish Constabulary]] officers were killed in an [[Soloheadbeg ambush|ambush]] at [[Soloheadbeg]] in [[County Tipperary|Tipperary]], [[Ireland]], igniting the [[Anglo-Irish War]].<ref>{{cite web | title = Gearing up for war: Soloheadbeg 1919 | author = Aengus O Snodaigh | url = http://republican-news.org/archive/1999/January21/21hist.html | publisher = ''[[An Phoblacht]]'' | date = 21 January 1999 }}</ref>
 
* Two [[Royal Irish Constabulary]] officers were killed in an [[Soloheadbeg ambush|ambush]] at [[Soloheadbeg]] in [[County Tipperary|Tipperary]], [[Ireland]], igniting the [[Anglo-Irish War]].<ref>{{cite web | title = Gearing up for war: Soloheadbeg 1919 | author = Aengus O Snodaigh | url = http://republican-news.org/archive/1999/January21/21hist.html | publisher = ''[[An Phoblacht]]'' | date = 21 January 1999 }}</ref>
 
* [[Seattle]] shipyard workers went on strike, leading to a [[Seattle General Strike|citywide general strike]] two weeks later.<ref>Foner, Philip S., [https://books.google.com/books?id=UMBWNCXcR8wC ''History of the Labor Movement in the United States'', v.8 ''Postwar Struggles, 1918–1920''] (NY: International Publishers, 1988), {{ISBN|0-7178-0388-0}}, p. 65</ref>
 
* [[Seattle]] shipyard workers went on strike, leading to a [[Seattle General Strike|citywide general strike]] two weeks later.<ref>Foner, Philip S., [https://books.google.com/books?id=UMBWNCXcR8wC ''History of the Labor Movement in the United States'', v.8 ''Postwar Struggles, 1918–1920''] (NY: International Publishers, 1988), {{ISBN|0-7178-0388-0}}, p. 65</ref>
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* The [[8th Army (German Empire)|8th Army]] of the [[Imperial Germany Army]] was disbanded.<ref>Cox 1993, p. 187</ref>
 
* German submarine {{ship|SM|UC-40||6}} foundered in the [[North Sea]] while en route for formal surrender with the loss of a crew member.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://uboat.net/wwi/boats/index.html?boat=UC+40 |title=UC 40 |publisher=Uboat.net |accessdate=10 December 2012}}</ref>
 
* German submarine {{ship|SM|UC-40||6}} foundered in the [[North Sea]] while en route for formal surrender with the loss of a crew member.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://uboat.net/wwi/boats/index.html?boat=UC+40 |title=UC 40 |publisher=Uboat.net |accessdate=10 December 2012}}</ref>
 
* '''Born:''' [[Eric Brown (pilot)|Eric Brown]], British air naval officer, flew the most test flights of all pilots in the [[Royal Navy]], recipient of the [[Distinguished Service Cross (United Kingdom)|Distinguished Service Cross]] and [[Air Force Cross (United Kingdom)|Air Force Cross]], in [[Leith]], [[Scotland]] (d. [[2016 in aviation|2016]]); [[Jinx Falkenburg]], model and actress, known for her radio and television collaborations with husband [[Tex McCrary]] and film roles such as ''[[Cover Girl (film)|Cover Girl]]'', in [[Barcelona]] (d. [[2003]])
 
* '''Born:''' [[Eric Brown (pilot)|Eric Brown]], British air naval officer, flew the most test flights of all pilots in the [[Royal Navy]], recipient of the [[Distinguished Service Cross (United Kingdom)|Distinguished Service Cross]] and [[Air Force Cross (United Kingdom)|Air Force Cross]], in [[Leith]], [[Scotland]] (d. [[2016 in aviation|2016]]); [[Jinx Falkenburg]], model and actress, known for her radio and television collaborations with husband [[Tex McCrary]] and film roles such as ''[[Cover Girl (film)|Cover Girl]]'', in [[Barcelona]] (d. [[2003]])
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* [[Battle of Kiev (January 1919)|Battle of Kiev]] &ndash; The [[Red Army]] captured [[Brovary]], [[Ukraine]].<ref>{{Cite book|title = Двенадцать войн за Украину|last = Savchenko|first = V.A.|publisher = Folio|year = 2006|isbn = |location = Kharkov|pages = |url = http://militera.lib.ru/h/savchenko_va/index.html|language = Russian|trans-title = 12 Wars of Ukraine}}</ref>
 
* [[Battle of Kiev (January 1919)|Battle of Kiev]] &ndash; The [[Red Army]] captured [[Brovary]], [[Ukraine]].<ref>{{Cite book|title = Двенадцать войн за Украину|last = Savchenko|first = V.A.|publisher = Folio|year = 2006|isbn = |location = Kharkov|pages = |url = http://militera.lib.ru/h/savchenko_va/index.html|language = Russian|trans-title = 12 Wars of Ukraine}}</ref>
 
* [[Battle of Shenkursk]] &ndash; With the [[Red Army]] surrounding most of [[Shenkursk]], [[Russia]], [[Allied intervention in the Russian Civil War|Allied Commander]] General [[Edmund Ironside, 1st Baron Ironside|Edmund Ironside]] ordered the remaining American, Canadian and British force to break out and escape towards [[Arkhangelsk]], [[Russia]].<ref>{{cite book |authorlink=Max Boot |last=Boot |first=Max |title=The Savage Wars of Peace: Small Wars and the Rise of American Power |location=[[New York City|New York]] |publisher=[[Basic Books]] |isbn=046500721X |lccn=2004695066 |year= 2003 |page=230}}</ref>
 
* [[Battle of Shenkursk]] &ndash; With the [[Red Army]] surrounding most of [[Shenkursk]], [[Russia]], [[Allied intervention in the Russian Civil War|Allied Commander]] General [[Edmund Ironside, 1st Baron Ironside|Edmund Ironside]] ordered the remaining American, Canadian and British force to break out and escape towards [[Arkhangelsk]], [[Russia]].<ref>{{cite book |authorlink=Max Boot |last=Boot |first=Max |title=The Savage Wars of Peace: Small Wars and the Rise of American Power |location=[[New York City|New York]] |publisher=[[Basic Books]] |isbn=046500721X |lccn=2004695066 |year= 2003 |page=230}}</ref>
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* The [[1st Army (German Empire)|1st Army]] of the [[Imperial Germany Army]] was disbanded.<ref>Cox 1993, p. 187</ref>
 
* The [[Komancza Republic]] was formally dissolved after [[Poland]] repressed attempts for it to unite with the [[West Ukrainian People's Republic]].<ref>{{cite book |last1= Magocsi |first1= Paul Robert |authorlink1=Paul Robert Magocsi |title=Historical Atlas of Central Europe |url= |format= |accessdate= |edition=revised and expanded |series=A History of East Central Europe |volume=1 |date= |origyear=1993|year=2002 |publisher=University of Washington Press |location=Seattle |isbn=0-295-98146-6 |oclc=47097699 |page=127 |chapter=Central Europe 1918-1923 |chapterurl= |quote=}}</ref>
 
* The [[Komancza Republic]] was formally dissolved after [[Poland]] repressed attempts for it to unite with the [[West Ukrainian People's Republic]].<ref>{{cite book |last1= Magocsi |first1= Paul Robert |authorlink1=Paul Robert Magocsi |title=Historical Atlas of Central Europe |url= |format= |accessdate= |edition=revised and expanded |series=A History of East Central Europe |volume=1 |date= |origyear=1993|year=2002 |publisher=University of Washington Press |location=Seattle |isbn=0-295-98146-6 |oclc=47097699 |page=127 |chapter=Central Europe 1918-1923 |chapterurl= |quote=}}</ref>
 
* The [[Unionist Anti-Partition League]] was established in opposition to the [[Irish Unionist Alliance]] due to disagreements overs the [[partition of Ireland]].<ref>Desmond Keenan, ''Ireland Within The Union 1800-1921'' (Xlibris Corporation), 228.{{Self-published inline|certain=yes|date=January 2018}}</ref>
 
* The [[Unionist Anti-Partition League]] was established in opposition to the [[Irish Unionist Alliance]] due to disagreements overs the [[partition of Ireland]].<ref>Desmond Keenan, ''Ireland Within The Union 1800-1921'' (Xlibris Corporation), 228.{{Self-published inline|certain=yes|date=January 2018}}</ref>
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== [[January 28]], 1919 (Tuesday) ==
 
== [[January 28]], 1919 (Tuesday) ==
 
* [[Russian Civil War]] &ndash; Despite advances of 20 km to 40 km into [[White Movement|White Russian]] held territory, the [[Red Army]] was forced to call off [[Perm Operation (1918–19)|Perm Operation]] in eastern [[Russia]].<ref>{{cite web |title=Perm Operations of 1918–19 |url=https://encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/Perm+Operations+of+1918%E2%80%9319 |website=The Free Dictionary |publisher=Farlex |accessdate=5 October 2018}}</ref>
 
* [[Russian Civil War]] &ndash; Despite advances of 20 km to 40 km into [[White Movement|White Russian]] held territory, the [[Red Army]] was forced to call off [[Perm Operation (1918–19)|Perm Operation]] in eastern [[Russia]].<ref>{{cite web |title=Perm Operations of 1918–19 |url=https://encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/Perm+Operations+of+1918%E2%80%9319 |website=The Free Dictionary |publisher=Farlex |accessdate=5 October 2018}}</ref>
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* The [[4th Army (German Empire)|4th Army]] of the [[Imperial Germany Army]] was disbanded.<ref>Cox 1993, p. 187</ref>
 
* The [[Kuban People's Republic]] was established out of the former [[Kuban Oblast]] of the [[Russian Empire]] as a sovereign nation for the [[Kuban Cossacks]].<ref> "Kuban People's Republic" by Kirill Protopopov, in ''[[Cinderella Stamp Club|The Cinderella Philatelist]]'', Vol. 52, No. 1 (Whole No. 205), January 2012, p. 9</ref>
 
* The [[Kuban People's Republic]] was established out of the former [[Kuban Oblast]] of the [[Russian Empire]] as a sovereign nation for the [[Kuban Cossacks]].<ref> "Kuban People's Republic" by Kirill Protopopov, in ''[[Cinderella Stamp Club|The Cinderella Philatelist]]'', Vol. 52, No. 1 (Whole No. 205), January 2012, p. 9</ref>
 
* A firing squad executed Russian Grand Dukes [[Grand Duke Paul Alexandrovich of Russia|Paul Alexandrovich]], [[Grand Duke Dmitry Konstantinovich of Russia|Dmitry Konstantinovich]], [[Grand Duke George Mikhailovich of Russia (1863–1919)|George Mikhailovich]], and [[Grand Duke Nicholas Mikhailovich of Russia|Nicholas Mikhailovich]] in [[Petrograd]] under orders by the [[Cheka]] secret police.<ref>Cockfield, Jamie H. ''White Crow: The Life and Times of the Grand Duke Nicholas Mikhailovich Romanov, 1859-1919''. Praeger, 2002, {{ISBN|0-275-97778-1}}, p. 245</ref><ref>Lee, William & Davidson, Lisa. ''Grand Duke Paul Alexandrovich''. Published in ''The Grand Dukes''. Eurohistory, 2012. {{ISBN|9780985460396}}, p. 165</ref>
 
* A firing squad executed Russian Grand Dukes [[Grand Duke Paul Alexandrovich of Russia|Paul Alexandrovich]], [[Grand Duke Dmitry Konstantinovich of Russia|Dmitry Konstantinovich]], [[Grand Duke George Mikhailovich of Russia (1863–1919)|George Mikhailovich]], and [[Grand Duke Nicholas Mikhailovich of Russia|Nicholas Mikhailovich]] in [[Petrograd]] under orders by the [[Cheka]] secret police.<ref>Cockfield, Jamie H. ''White Crow: The Life and Times of the Grand Duke Nicholas Mikhailovich Romanov, 1859-1919''. Praeger, 2002, {{ISBN|0-275-97778-1}}, p. 245</ref><ref>Lee, William & Davidson, Lisa. ''Grand Duke Paul Alexandrovich''. Published in ''The Grand Dukes''. Eurohistory, 2012. {{ISBN|9780985460396}}, p. 165</ref>
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== [[January 29]], 1919 (Wednesday) ==
 
== [[January 29]], 1919 (Wednesday) ==
 
* [[Paris Peace Conference, 1919|Paris Peace Conference]] &ndash; Polish diplomat [[Roman Dmowski]] met with the [[Supreme War Council]] of the [[Allies of World War I|Allies]], asserting Polish rights to the German-occupied territories, including [[Greater Poland]] which was embroiled in an [[Greater Poland Uprising (1918–19)|uprising]] against [[Germany]].<ref>Walicki, Andrzej. "The Troubling Legacy of Roman Dmowski," ''East European Politics & Societies'' (2000), p. 13</ref>
 
* [[Paris Peace Conference, 1919|Paris Peace Conference]] &ndash; Polish diplomat [[Roman Dmowski]] met with the [[Supreme War Council]] of the [[Allies of World War I|Allies]], asserting Polish rights to the German-occupied territories, including [[Greater Poland]] which was embroiled in an [[Greater Poland Uprising (1918–19)|uprising]] against [[Germany]].<ref>Walicki, Andrzej. "The Troubling Legacy of Roman Dmowski," ''East European Politics & Societies'' (2000), p. 13</ref>
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* The [[6th Army (German Empire)|6th Army]] of the [[Imperial Germany Army]] was disbanded.<ref>Cox 1993, p. 187</ref>
 
* The [[U.S. Navy]] closed its air naval base at [[U.S. Naval Air Station Whiddy Island Ireland|Whiddy Island]], [[Ireland]] following the end of [[World War One]].<ref>{{cite web| title=World War 1 Era Naval Aviation Stations| url=https://bluejacket.com/usn-usmc_avi_ww1_air_fields.html| website=BlueJacket.com| publisher=BlueJacket.com}}</ref>
 
* The [[U.S. Navy]] closed its air naval base at [[U.S. Naval Air Station Whiddy Island Ireland|Whiddy Island]], [[Ireland]] following the end of [[World War One]].<ref>{{cite web| title=World War 1 Era Naval Aviation Stations| url=https://bluejacket.com/usn-usmc_avi_ww1_air_fields.html| website=BlueJacket.com| publisher=BlueJacket.com}}</ref>
 
* The [[American Expeditionary Forces]] closed down their military hospital Bazoilles-sur-Meuse, [[France]], with [[American Base Hospital No. 116|Hospital No. 116]] discharging its last patient following the end of [[World War One]].<ref>Ford 1927, p. 735</ref>
 
* The [[American Expeditionary Forces]] closed down their military hospital Bazoilles-sur-Meuse, [[France]], with [[American Base Hospital No. 116|Hospital No. 116]] discharging its last patient following the end of [[World War One]].<ref>Ford 1927, p. 735</ref>
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The last reading of the Riot Act|url=http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/scotland/glasgow_and_west/7859192.stm|website=BBC Scotland |publisher=BBC}}</ref> The widespread labor dispute forced the British [[War Cabinet#First World War|War Cabinet]] to enact military intervention in [[Glasgow]].<ref>CAB 23/9/9, 'War Cabinet, Minutes of Meeting 523, 31 January 1919'</ref>
 
The last reading of the Riot Act|url=http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/scotland/glasgow_and_west/7859192.stm|website=BBC Scotland |publisher=BBC}}</ref> The widespread labor dispute forced the British [[War Cabinet#First World War|War Cabinet]] to enact military intervention in [[Glasgow]].<ref>CAB 23/9/9, 'War Cabinet, Minutes of Meeting 523, 31 January 1919'</ref>
 
* The soviet council in [[Minsk]] declared they were independent from [[Russia]] and named the country the [[Socialist Soviet Republic of Byelorussia]].<ref>{{harvnb|Čepėnas|1986|p=315}}</ref>
 
* The soviet council in [[Minsk]] declared they were independent from [[Russia]] and named the country the [[Socialist Soviet Republic of Byelorussia]].<ref>{{harvnb|Čepėnas|1986|p=315}}</ref>
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* The [[3rd Army (German Empire)|3rd]], [5th Army (German Empire)|5th]], and [[7th Army (German Empire)|7th Armies]] of the [[Imperial Germany Army]] were disbanded.<ref>Cox 1993, p. 187</ref>
 
* The church and parish of [[Inmaculado Corazón de María (San Pancracio), Montevideo|Inmaculado Corazón de María]] was established in [[Montevideo]].<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.arquidiocesis.net/index.php?seccion=parroquias#zona2 |title=San Pancracio |publisher=Archdiocese of Montevideo |accessdate=30 March 2013 }} {{es icon}}</ref>
 
* The church and parish of [[Inmaculado Corazón de María (San Pancracio), Montevideo|Inmaculado Corazón de María]] was established in [[Montevideo]].<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.arquidiocesis.net/index.php?seccion=parroquias#zona2 |title=San Pancracio |publisher=Archdiocese of Montevideo |accessdate=30 March 2013 }} {{es icon}}</ref>
 
* The [[Chinchilla Digger Statue]] was unveiled by [[Hamilton Goold-Adams]], [[Governor of Queensland]], in [[Chinchilla, Queensland]], [[Australia]] as a memorial for the fallen Australian soldiers from [[World War One]].<ref>{{cite news|url=http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article182932281|title=SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL.|date=1 February 1919|newspaper=[[Darling Downs Gazette]]|issue=8712|location=Queensland, Australia|page=6|via=National Library of Australia|accessdate=25 January 2017}}</ref>
 
* The [[Chinchilla Digger Statue]] was unveiled by [[Hamilton Goold-Adams]], [[Governor of Queensland]], in [[Chinchilla, Queensland]], [[Australia]] as a memorial for the fallen Australian soldiers from [[World War One]].<ref>{{cite news|url=http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article182932281|title=SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL.|date=1 February 1919|newspaper=[[Darling Downs Gazette]]|issue=8712|location=Queensland, Australia|page=6|via=National Library of Australia|accessdate=25 January 2017}}</ref>

Nirmala Matha Convent Matriculation Higher Secondary School

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|name = Nirmala Matha Convent Higher Secondary School
 
|name = Nirmala Matha Convent Higher Secondary School
 
|established = 1993
 
|established = 1993
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|motto = Darkness to Light
|motto = Darkness to Light <ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.nirmalamathakuniamuthur.com/principal.php |title=Nirmala Matha School Welcomes You! |website=Nirmalamathakuniamuthur.com |date= |accessdate=2016-11-27}}</ref>
 
 
|religious_affiliation = [[Roman Catholic]]
 
|religious_affiliation = [[Roman Catholic]]
 
|city = [[Coimbatore]]
 
|city = [[Coimbatore]]
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* [[Avila Convent]]
 
* [[Avila Convent]]
 
* [[Carmel Garden Matriculation Higher Secondary School ]]
 
* [[Carmel Garden Matriculation Higher Secondary School ]]
* [[Lisieux Matriculation Higher Secondary School ]]
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* [[Lisieux Matriculation Higher Secondary School]]
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*E.L.G.I Matriculation Higher Secondary School
 
==References==
 
{{Reflist}}
 
 
==External links==
 
* [http://www.nirmalamathakuniamuthur.com Official website]
 
   
 
[[Category:Catholic secondary schools in India]]
 
[[Category:Catholic secondary schools in India]]

William Foster (Australian politician)

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{{Use Australian English|date=October 2014}}
 
{{Use Australian English|date=October 2014}}
{{other people|William Foster|William Foster}}{{for|the member of the NSW Legislative Council (1843-1845)|William Foster (New South Wales politician)}}{{for|the Attorney General of New South Wales (1877-1878)|William John Foster}}
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{{other people|William Foster|William Foster (disambiguation){{!}}William Foster}}
 
'''William Frederick Foster''' (29 August 1865 &ndash; 21 July 1936) was an Australian politician and member of the [[New South Wales Legislative Assembly]].
 
'''William Frederick Foster''' (29 August 1865 &ndash; 21 July 1936) was an Australian politician and member of the [[New South Wales Legislative Assembly]].
   

Twelve Thousand Heads of Cattle

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[[Category:World War II novellas]]
 
[[Category:World War II novellas]]
 
[[Category:Works by Mircea Eliade]]
 
[[Category:Works by Mircea Eliade]]
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[[Category:Short fiction about time travel]]

Osama Abdul Latif

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'''Osama D. Abdel Latif''' is a tycoon [[Sudan|Sudanese]] businessman and the chairman of [[DAL Group]].<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://abcnews.go.com/WN/story?id=3184599&page=1|title=China Interest Helps Sudan, Hurts Darfur|last=News|first=A. B. C.|date=2009-02-09|website=ABC News|language=en|access-date=2018-07-09}}</ref>
 
'''Osama D. Abdel Latif''' is a tycoon [[Sudan|Sudanese]] businessman and the chairman of [[DAL Group]].<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://abcnews.go.com/WN/story?id=3184599&page=1|title=China Interest Helps Sudan, Hurts Darfur|last=News|first=A. B. C.|date=2009-02-09|website=ABC News|language=en|access-date=2018-07-09}}</ref>
   

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| {{nts|30165500}}<ref name="renamed_from_2015_on_20160214005959">{{cite web
 
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Roger Christian (filmmaker)

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|''[[Black Angel (1980 film)|Black Angel]]''
 
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User talk:Daniel Case

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Argyle International Airport

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===Navigation===
 
===Navigation===
The airport is equipped with modernized [[Instrument Landing System]] (ILS) and navigational aids such as [[VHF omnidirectional range]] (VOR) / [[Distance Measuring Equipment]] (DME) and [[Non-Directional Beacon]] (NDB), <ref>{{cite web|url=https://acukwik.com/Airport-Info/TVSA|title=Argyle International Airport - Information (TVSA)}}</ref> along with a fully lit runway with [[LIRL|runway edge lighting]], [[REIL|Runway End Identifier Lights]] (REIL), taxiways and apron for night operations. [[Precision Approach Path Indicator]]s (PAPI), [[Approach Lighting System]] (ALS), radio navigators and [[Automated Weather Observing System]] (AWOS). Lighting of runway complies with all current regulations and back-up power system is available.
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The airport is equipped with modernized [[Instrument Landing System]] (ILS) and navigational aids such as Doppler [[VHF omnidirectional range]] (DVOR) / [[Distance Measuring Equipment]] (DME) and [[Non-Directional Beacon]] (NDB), <ref>{{cite web|url=https://acukwik.com/Airport-Info/TVSA|title=Argyle International Airport - Information (TVSA)}}</ref> along with a fully lit runway with [[LIRL|runway edge lighting]], [[REIL|Runway End Identifier Lights]] (REIL), taxiways and apron for night operations. [[Precision Approach Path Indicator]]s (PAPI), [[Approach Lighting System]] (ALS), radio navigators and [[Automated Weather Observing System]] (AWOS). Lighting of runway complies with all current regulations and back-up power system is available.
   
 
The airport's official operating hours are 06:00–22:00.
 
The airport's official operating hours are 06:00–22:00.

Camillo Paderni

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paderni drawings from a 1757 publication by [[:it:Ottavio Antonio Bayardi]].<ref>{{cite web|url=https://archive.org/details/A216167|title=Le pitture antiche d'Ercolano e contorni incise con qualche spiegazione. Tomo primo|year=1757|author=Ottavio Antonio Bayardi}}</ref>
 
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German nuclear weapons program

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*[[Richard Rhodes|Rhodes, Richard]] ''The Making of the Atomic Bomb'' (Simon and Schuster, 1986)
 
*[[Richard Rhodes|Rhodes, Richard]] ''The Making of the Atomic Bomb'' (Simon and Schuster, 1986)
 
*Rose, Paul Lawrence, ''Heisenberg and the Nazi Atomic Bomb Project: A Study in German Culture'' (California, 1998). For a critical review of this book, please see: Landsman, N. P. ''Getting even with Heisenberg'', ''Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics'' Volume 33, 297–325 (2002).
 
*Rose, Paul Lawrence, ''Heisenberg and the Nazi Atomic Bomb Project: A Study in German Culture'' (California, 1998). For a critical review of this book, please see: Landsman, N. P. ''Getting even with Heisenberg'', ''Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics'' Volume 33, 297–325 (2002).
*Schaaf, Michael ''Heisenberg, Hitler und die Bombe. Gespraeche mit Zeitzeugen.'' (GNT-Verlag, 2001)
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*Schaaf, Michael ''Heisenberg, Hitler und die Bombe. Gespraeche mit Zeitzeugen.'' (GNT-Verlag, 2018)
 
*Schumann, Erich ''Wehrmacht und Froschung'' in Richard Donnevert (editor) ''Wehrmacht und Partei'' second expanded edition, (Barth, 1939) 133–151. See also the annotated English translation: ''Document 75. Erich Schumann: Armed Forces and Research [1939]'' in Hentschel, Klaus (editor) and Ann M. Hentschel (editorial assistant and translator) ''Physics and National Socialism: An Anthology of Primary Sources'' (Birkhäuser, 1996) 207–220.
 
*Schumann, Erich ''Wehrmacht und Froschung'' in Richard Donnevert (editor) ''Wehrmacht und Partei'' second expanded edition, (Barth, 1939) 133–151. See also the annotated English translation: ''Document 75. Erich Schumann: Armed Forces and Research [1939]'' in Hentschel, Klaus (editor) and Ann M. Hentschel (editorial assistant and translator) ''Physics and National Socialism: An Anthology of Primary Sources'' (Birkhäuser, 1996) 207–220.
 
*[[Ruth Lewin Sime|Sime, Ruth Sime]] ''From Exceptional Prominence to Prominent Exception: Lise Meitner at the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Chemistry'' [http://www.mpiwg-berlin.mpg.de/KWG/Ergebnisse/Ergebnisse24.pdf Ergebnisse 24] Forschungsprogramm ''Geschichte der Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gesellschaft im Nationalsozialismus'' (2005).
 
*[[Ruth Lewin Sime|Sime, Ruth Sime]] ''From Exceptional Prominence to Prominent Exception: Lise Meitner at the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Chemistry'' [http://www.mpiwg-berlin.mpg.de/KWG/Ergebnisse/Ergebnisse24.pdf Ergebnisse 24] Forschungsprogramm ''Geschichte der Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gesellschaft im Nationalsozialismus'' (2005).

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Frankly bizarre accusation of edit-warring in Wikipedia talk:Spam: restoring heading to original title before archive/unarchiving

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Alright folks, I'm eating lunch. Back to your regularly scheduled editing pursuits. Much bigger problems out there right now. [[User:Trillfendi|Trillfendi]] ([[User talk:Trillfendi|talk]]) 22:30, 18 January 2019 (UTC)
 
Alright folks, I'm eating lunch. Back to your regularly scheduled editing pursuits. Much bigger problems out there right now. [[User:Trillfendi|Trillfendi]] ([[User talk:Trillfendi|talk]]) 22:30, 18 January 2019 (UTC)
   
== Frankly bizarre accusation of edit-warring in [[Wikipedia talk:Spam]] (restored after unexplained unclosed archiving) ==
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In [https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Wikipedia_talk:Spam&diff=prev&oldid=878626797 this edit], {{ping|Ronz}} has made an accusation of edit warring. Given that ''no one'' has made more than one relevant edit to the articles under discussion, it's rather difficult to simultaneously assume good faith and competence. A look at it would be appreciated. [[User:Qwirkle|Qwirkle]] ([[User talk:Qwirkle|talk]]) 03:18, 16 January 2019 (UTC)
 
In [https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Wikipedia_talk:Spam&diff=prev&oldid=878626797 this edit], {{ping|Ronz}} has made an accusation of edit warring. Given that ''no one'' has made more than one relevant edit to the articles under discussion, it's rather difficult to simultaneously assume good faith and competence. A look at it would be appreciated. [[User:Qwirkle|Qwirkle]] ([[User talk:Qwirkle|talk]]) 03:18, 16 January 2019 (UTC)

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In [[computer science]], '''merge sort''' (also commonly spelled '''mergesort''') is an efficient, general-purpose, [[comparison sort|comparison-based]] [[sorting algorithm]]. Most implementations produce a [[Sorting algorithm#Stability|stable sort]], which means that the order of equal elements is the same in the input and output. Merge sort is a [[divide and conquer algorithm]] that was invented by [[John von Neumann]] in 1945.<ref>{{Harvtxt|Knuth|1998|p=158}}</ref> A detailed description and analysis of bottom-up mergesort appeared in a report by [[Herman Goldstine|Goldstine]] and [[John von Neumann|von Neumann]] as early as 1948.<ref>{{cite journal |title=A meticulous analysis of mergesort programs |year=1997 |author=Jyrki Katajainen and Jesper Larsson Träff |ref=harv}}</ref>
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In [[computer science]], '''merge sort''' (also commonly spelled '''mergesort''') is an efficient, general-purpose, [[comparison sort|comparison-based]] [[sorting algorithm]]. Most implementations produce a [[Sorting algorithm#Stability|stable sort]], which means that the order of equal elements is the same in the input and output. Merge sort is a [[divide and conquer algorithm]] that was invented by [[John von Neumann]] in 1945.<ref>{{Harvtxt|Knuth|1998|p=158}}</ref> A detailed description and analysis of bottom-up mergesort appeared in a report by [[Herman Goldstine|Goldstine]] and [[John von Neumann|von Neumann]] as early as 1948.<ref>{{cite journal |title=A meticulous analysis of mergesort programs |year=1997 |author=Jyrki Katajainen and Jesper Larsson Träff |ref=harv}}</ref> it divides the main list into two equal parts and finally merges these sorted list
   
 
==Algorithm==
 
==Algorithm==

Clarinda the Christian Missionary

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Removed notability tag since Ms. Clarinda is a renowned person with notable, recognised contributions in the Christian missionary field including social service and reforms appreciated much the world over. As for references I myself am planning to build upon the missing ones in the near future. I have given citations available. Editors may add more if they have them.

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===Natural gemstone deposits===
 
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Gemstones from throughout the world are to be found in Idar-Oberstein, but the whole industry was begun by finds in the local area. These include [[agate]], [[jasper]] and [[Quartz|rock crystal]]klk.
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Gemstones from throughout the world are to be found in Idar-Oberstein, but the whole industry was begun by finds in the local area. These include [[agate]], [[jasper]] and [[Quartz|rock crystal]].
   
 
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Threnody (comics)

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Horrified by what she had done and rejected by the Abomination, Threnody fled to the west coast and began living on the streets of Los Angeles. During this period, she was in constant agony and often delusional. In L.A., she met Gordon Lefferts, a geneticist occasionally in the employ of [[Mister Sinister]] who was the first mutant exposed to the Legacy Virus. Before his passing, Lefferts identified the virus within him and began studying it for a possible cause and cure. Threnody and a number of other homeless were squatting in the private lab space where Lefferts worked and he may have performed some experiments on them while they stayed with him. Whether it was because of this or something else, Threnody's powers were altered and she became uniquely sensitive to the Legacy Virus. She could feel mutants around the world, empathically accumulating a death charge from each one that was infected with the virus.
 
Horrified by what she had done and rejected by the Abomination, Threnody fled to the west coast and began living on the streets of Los Angeles. During this period, she was in constant agony and often delusional. In L.A., she met Gordon Lefferts, a geneticist occasionally in the employ of [[Mister Sinister]] who was the first mutant exposed to the Legacy Virus. Before his passing, Lefferts identified the virus within him and began studying it for a possible cause and cure. Threnody and a number of other homeless were squatting in the private lab space where Lefferts worked and he may have performed some experiments on them while they stayed with him. Whether it was because of this or something else, Threnody's powers were altered and she became uniquely sensitive to the Legacy Virus. She could feel mutants around the world, empathically accumulating a death charge from each one that was infected with the virus.
   
Threnody was present at Lefferts' lab when both Mister Sinister and the [[X-Men]] came searching for the geneticist's work on the virus. Sinister was intrigued by Threnody, seeing her as a potential bloodhound to hunt down infected mutants for him in his efforts to stop the spread of the virus. He offered to try to help Melody, suggesting that at the very least her powers could help locate those in need of assistance due to the Legacy Virus. Threnody tentatively agreed. [[Beast (comics)|Beast]] and [[Rogue (comics)|Rogue]] were reluctant to allow Threnody to go with Sinister instead of returning with them to the mansion but Hank realized that Sinister might be better equipped to fight the virus…for he had no conscience to hold him back in his search for a cure.<ref name="X#27">''X-Men'' vol. 2 #27</ref>
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Threnody was present at Lefferts' lab when both Mister Sinister and the [[X-Men]] came searching for the geneticist's work on the virus. Sinister was intrigued by Threnody, seeing her as a potential bloodhound to hunt down infected mutants for him in his efforts to stop the spread of the virus. He offered to try to help Melody, suggesting that at the very least her powers could help locate those in need of assistance due to the Legacy Virus. Threnody tentatively agreed. [[Beast (comics)|Beast]] and [[Rogue (comics)|Rogue]] were reluctant to allow Threnody to go with Sinister instead of returning with them to the mansion but Hank realized that Sinister might be better equipped to fight the virus...for he had no conscience to hold him back in his search for a cure.<ref name="X#27">''X-Men'' vol. 2 #27</ref>
   
 
Threnody quickly improved under Sinister's care. His treatments stabilized her mind and restored her lucidity, although the deathcries of others still rang in her ears. Sinister also crafted a solution to her death-purge ability – small neuro-locks that adhered to her brow and prevented her stored plasma energy from being releasing unintentionally. In return, Threnody acted as a living data processor in tandem with Sinister's remote viewing equipment. Within one of his primary tesseract labs, Threnody was connected to Sinister's systems which directed her empathic powers to locate and track mutants around the world who were afflicted with the Legacy Virus. She also monitored other data his equipment was collecting and catalogued this information for him to peruse when he returned from his sometimes lengthy absences. Threnody used this opportunity for self-improvement, assimilating vast amounts of knowledge and learning. When the Beast and the X-Men infiltrated Sinister's lab, Threnody aided them in sabotaging his stores of genetic samples and shared what little she had learned about his machinations. Despite the Beast's offer to leave with them, Threnody decided to remain as Sinister's servant feeling she could do more good from within and continue to learn from his databases.<ref>''X-Men'' vol. 2 #34</ref>
 
Threnody quickly improved under Sinister's care. His treatments stabilized her mind and restored her lucidity, although the deathcries of others still rang in her ears. Sinister also crafted a solution to her death-purge ability – small neuro-locks that adhered to her brow and prevented her stored plasma energy from being releasing unintentionally. In return, Threnody acted as a living data processor in tandem with Sinister's remote viewing equipment. Within one of his primary tesseract labs, Threnody was connected to Sinister's systems which directed her empathic powers to locate and track mutants around the world who were afflicted with the Legacy Virus. She also monitored other data his equipment was collecting and catalogued this information for him to peruse when he returned from his sometimes lengthy absences. Threnody used this opportunity for self-improvement, assimilating vast amounts of knowledge and learning. When the Beast and the X-Men infiltrated Sinister's lab, Threnody aided them in sabotaging his stores of genetic samples and shared what little she had learned about his machinations. Despite the Beast's offer to leave with them, Threnody decided to remain as Sinister's servant feeling she could do more good from within and continue to learn from his databases.<ref>''X-Men'' vol. 2 #34</ref>
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Threnody asked if she could tag along in X-Man's search for the mysterious [[Madelyne Pryor]] and the two became traveling companions. Their search led them to the area of Switzerland where Nate first crash-materialized in our universe. There they encountered [[Cable (comics)|Cable]] and [[Exodus (comics)|Exodus]] and the conflict that followed was chaotic, thanks to the vast psionic energies unleashed by the three. Following the battle, Threnody and Nate were taken to Red Cross emergency center set up to help those displaced and injured by the superhuman battle that had devastated the region. Nate woke to Threnody's kiss and began to question his initial trust in her. He dove into her psyche to find out if Sinister was using her to get at him, consciously or otherwise. While Sinister's presence was indeed quite strong in her mind, Nate did not detect any signs of deceit in Threnody. Nate went too far when he interfered with the neuro-locks on her brow, releasing Threnody's death-charge in a massive explosion that would've destroyed the lodge if he hadn't telekinetically controlled the blast. The two of them were thrown clear by the explosion and when she awoke, Threnody considered abandoning Nate as more trouble than he was worth. After further reflection, Threnody realized she may have found a kindred spirit in X-Man and tended to him as he recovered from exhausting his psionic energies.<ref>''X-Man'' #15</ref>
 
Threnody asked if she could tag along in X-Man's search for the mysterious [[Madelyne Pryor]] and the two became traveling companions. Their search led them to the area of Switzerland where Nate first crash-materialized in our universe. There they encountered [[Cable (comics)|Cable]] and [[Exodus (comics)|Exodus]] and the conflict that followed was chaotic, thanks to the vast psionic energies unleashed by the three. Following the battle, Threnody and Nate were taken to Red Cross emergency center set up to help those displaced and injured by the superhuman battle that had devastated the region. Nate woke to Threnody's kiss and began to question his initial trust in her. He dove into her psyche to find out if Sinister was using her to get at him, consciously or otherwise. While Sinister's presence was indeed quite strong in her mind, Nate did not detect any signs of deceit in Threnody. Nate went too far when he interfered with the neuro-locks on her brow, releasing Threnody's death-charge in a massive explosion that would've destroyed the lodge if he hadn't telekinetically controlled the blast. The two of them were thrown clear by the explosion and when she awoke, Threnody considered abandoning Nate as more trouble than he was worth. After further reflection, Threnody realized she may have found a kindred spirit in X-Man and tended to him as he recovered from exhausting his psionic energies.<ref>''X-Man'' #15</ref>
   
Following this, Threnody and Nate traveled to Greece for some rest and recuperation. Their vacation was interrupted by [[Holocaust (Marvel Comics)|Holocaust]] who had been drafted into the service of [[Onslaught (comics)|Onslaught]] and sent after Nate. Holocaust killed and maimed a number of civilians caught in the firefight, setting off Threnody's empathic senses. She tried to get the innocents to safety while Nate engaged Apocalypse's butcher son, but being in such close proximity with the dying for the first time revealed new aspects of Threnody's power. She discovered that when someone was this close to death, she could deliberately prod them the rest of the way and absorb their full death agonies. Worse, she discovered she liked it. The man she killed was already crushed under some rubble and on the brink of death. Threnody rationalized to herself that she was ending his suffering, but still… she liked it.<ref>''X-Man'' #16–17</ref>
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Following this, Threnody and Nate traveled to Greece for some rest and recuperation. Their vacation was interrupted by [[Holocaust (Marvel Comics)|Holocaust]] who had been drafted into the service of [[Onslaught (comics)|Onslaught]] and sent after Nate. Holocaust killed and maimed a number of civilians caught in the firefight, setting off Threnody's empathic senses. She tried to get the innocents to safety while Nate engaged Apocalypse's butcher son, but being in such close proximity with the dying for the first time revealed new aspects of Threnody's power. She discovered that when someone was this close to death, she could deliberately prod them the rest of the way and absorb their full death agonies. Worse, she discovered she liked it. The man she killed was already crushed under some rubble and on the brink of death. Threnody rationalized to herself that she was ending his suffering, but still... she liked it.<ref>''X-Man'' #16–17</ref>
   
 
Together, Nate and Threnody managed to drive off Holocaust and help many of those injured when he attacked. Afterward, Threnody suggested Nate seek help against the threat of Onslaught. Since Nate had bad encounters with the X-Men in the past, she suggested that the [[Avengers (comics)|Avengers]] would make a good second choice. Once they arrived in New York, however, Threnody split without even saying good-bye. It is not exactly clear why she did this. Perhaps she was uncomfortable with how her feelings for Nate had grown in such a short time or realized there was some truth to Nate's theory that Sinister was using her to get at him. Whatever the reason, she soon found herself back in hot water, tracked down and captured by Mister Sinister and his Marauders. Sinister also captured Nate having gained access to his mind the moment he psychically hacked into the neuro-locks Sinister designed for Threnody. His time with Sinister was brief though as he was soon snatched away by Onslaught. Meanwhile, Threnody managed to escape from Arclight and Scalphunter who were holding her in the tunnels under Manhattan. They quickly caught up with her but she was saved by the Abomination, who found her again just as he had years earlier.<ref>''X-Man'' #18–19</ref>
 
Together, Nate and Threnody managed to drive off Holocaust and help many of those injured when he attacked. Afterward, Threnody suggested Nate seek help against the threat of Onslaught. Since Nate had bad encounters with the X-Men in the past, she suggested that the [[Avengers (comics)|Avengers]] would make a good second choice. Once they arrived in New York, however, Threnody split without even saying good-bye. It is not exactly clear why she did this. Perhaps she was uncomfortable with how her feelings for Nate had grown in such a short time or realized there was some truth to Nate's theory that Sinister was using her to get at him. Whatever the reason, she soon found herself back in hot water, tracked down and captured by Mister Sinister and his Marauders. Sinister also captured Nate having gained access to his mind the moment he psychically hacked into the neuro-locks Sinister designed for Threnody. His time with Sinister was brief though as he was soon snatched away by Onslaught. Meanwhile, Threnody managed to escape from Arclight and Scalphunter who were holding her in the tunnels under Manhattan. They quickly caught up with her but she was saved by the Abomination, who found her again just as he had years earlier.<ref>''X-Man'' #18–19</ref>
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Threnody has a unique link to death, as is hinted at with her name. She, as an [[energy vampire]], is capable of sensing the certain necroplasmic energies that surround a person when they are near death or dying. She then absorbs this energy and uses it to either generate concussive blasts of energy or create [[zombie]]s. Much like a [[vampire]], Threnody was depicted as being enraptured by the scent of death and the "taste" of the energy. She once let a man die simply to enjoy the feeling it gave her.
 
Threnody has a unique link to death, as is hinted at with her name. She, as an [[energy vampire]], is capable of sensing the certain necroplasmic energies that surround a person when they are near death or dying. She then absorbs this energy and uses it to either generate concussive blasts of energy or create [[zombie]]s. Much like a [[vampire]], Threnody was depicted as being enraptured by the scent of death and the "taste" of the energy. She once let a man die simply to enjoy the feeling it gave her.
   
These Zombies she creates have been shown to have some sort of super-strength, considering they have torn through steel like it was paper. The zombies also seem to be able to keep going unless decapitated. During Threnody's last few appearances, her zombies kept going after being shot, and having their arms cut off; they simply healed or created new arms, and it was confirmed that healing the zombies took no energy from Threnody. Every time the zombies felt pain, or 'died', Threnody absorbed their energy.
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These Zombies she creates have been shown to have some sort of super-strength, considering they have torn through steel like it was paper. The zombies also seem to be able to keep going unless decapitated. During Threnody's last few appearances, her zombies kept going after being shot, and having their arms cut off; they simply healed or created new arms, and it was confirmed that healing the zombies took no energy from Threnody. Every time the zombies felt pain, or 'died', Threnody absorbed their energy.
   
Threnody is essentially unkillable, as it was revealed that her body instinctively absorbs its own death energies whenever she is near death or dying herself (such as when she was gravely injured to the point of being effectively killed by Madelyne Pryor, her fellow mutant who was her rival for Nate Grey's affections) which it uses to restore itself back to perfect health (the speedrate of healing varying based on the extent of the injuries), creating a perpetual feedback loop that ensures she will perhaps never manage to physically die.
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Threnody is essentially unkillable, as it was revealed that her body instinctively absorbs its own death energies whenever she is near death or dying herself (such as when she was gravely injured to the point of being effectively killed by Madelyne Pryor, her fellow mutant who was her rival for Nate Grey's affections) which it uses to restore itself back to perfect health (the speedrate of healing varying based on the extent of the injuries), creating a perpetual feedback loop that ensures she will perhaps never manage to physically die.
   
 
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Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Military history

Posted: 20 Jan 2019 12:13 AM PST

GA reassessment (Helmut Wick): cmt

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:*{{ec}} In theory that makes sense but practically speaking it may not make much difference. Although we consider A-Class as the 'higher' ranking, it is after all a MilHist-specific assessment, whereas GA is WP-wide. If we're looking to remove both assessments, two reviews will be necessary whatever order they're undertaken. Cheers, [[User:Ian Rose|Ian Rose]] ([[User talk:Ian Rose|talk]]) 07:55, 20 January 2019 (UTC)
 
:*{{ec}} In theory that makes sense but practically speaking it may not make much difference. Although we consider A-Class as the 'higher' ranking, it is after all a MilHist-specific assessment, whereas GA is WP-wide. If we're looking to remove both assessments, two reviews will be necessary whatever order they're undertaken. Cheers, [[User:Ian Rose|Ian Rose]] ([[User talk:Ian Rose|talk]]) 07:55, 20 January 2019 (UTC)
 
**{{ping|Peacemaker67}} {{ping|Ian Rose}} Very well. As a matter of course, I imagine that we would never proceed with an A-class review if another review was ongoing, but doesn't the independence of ACR ''technically'' mean we could run one at the same time as FA, GA, or peer review? Putting on my Wikijurist hat, I'd prefer to interpret otherwise. I raise this question because it seems a relevant point on the ambiguity of our process. Perhaps a small clarification in the nomination instructions is warranted? -[[User:Indy beetle|Indy beetle]] ([[User talk:Indy beetle|talk]]) 08:09, 20 January 2019 (UTC)
 
**{{ping|Peacemaker67}} {{ping|Ian Rose}} Very well. As a matter of course, I imagine that we would never proceed with an A-class review if another review was ongoing, but doesn't the independence of ACR ''technically'' mean we could run one at the same time as FA, GA, or peer review? Putting on my Wikijurist hat, I'd prefer to interpret otherwise. I raise this question because it seems a relevant point on the ambiguity of our process. Perhaps a small clarification in the nomination instructions is warranted? -[[User:Indy beetle|Indy beetle]] ([[User talk:Indy beetle|talk]]) 08:09, 20 January 2019 (UTC)
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***Yes, they could be run at the same time, but in practice they rarely are, for if an article survives the GAR (or FAR), there is no particular reason to be concerned about its A-Class status. [[User:Peacemaker67|Peacemaker67]] ([[User_talk:Peacemaker67|click to talk to me]]) 08:13, 20 January 2019 (UTC)

Camillo Paderni

Posted: 20 Jan 2019 12:13 AM PST

Drawings

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paderni drawings from a 1757 publication by [[Ottavio Antonio Bayardi]].<ref>{{cite web|url=https://archive.org/details/A216167|title=Le pitture antiche d'Ercolano e contorni incise con qualche spiegazione. Tomo primo|year=1757|author=Ottavio Antonio Bayardi}}<ref>
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paderni drawings from a 1757 publication by [[:it:Ottavio Antonio Bayardi]].<ref>{{cite web|url=https://archive.org/details/A216167|title=Le pitture antiche d'Ercolano e contorni incise con qualche spiegazione. Tomo primo|year=1757|author=Ottavio Antonio Bayardi}}<ref>
 
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