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=== Signing tent ===
 
=== Signing tent ===
The first part of the line-up for the ''[[Hot Press]]'' signing tent was announced on 7 July 2009, with acts including [[Paolo Nutini]], [[Razorlight]], [[The Virgins]], [[Fun Lovin' Criminals]], [[The Blizzards]], [[Hockey (band)|Hockey]], [[Duke Special]], [[Republic of Loose]], [[The Coronas]], [[Spinnerette]], [[Friendly Fires]] and [[Therapy?]].<ref name="The Hot Press Signing Tent @ Oxegen acts announced!">{{cite web|url=http://www.hotpress.com/Paolo%20Nutini/news/The%20Hot%20Press%20Signing%20Tent%20%40%20Oxegen%20acts%20announced%21/5602134.html|title=The Hot Press Signing Tent @ Oxegen acts announced!|date=2009-07-07|accessdate=2009-07-07|work=[[Hot Press]]}}</ref> Other acts were later announced, including [[Noisettes]] (Sunday),<ref name="The Noisettes join the Hot Press Signing Tent line-up">{{cite web|url=http://www.hotpress.com/The%20Noisettes/news/The%20Noisettes%20join%20the%20Hot%20Press%20Signing%20Tent%20line-up/5638318.html|title=The Noisettes join the Hot Press Signing Tent line-up|date=2009-07-09|accessdate=2009-07-09|work=[[Hot Press]]}}</ref> [[Jerry Fish]] (Saturday),<ref name="Jerry Fish for the Hot Press Signing Tent">{{cite web|url=http://www.hotpress.com/Jerry%20Fish%20%26%20The%20Mudbug%20Club/news/Jerry%20Fish%20for%20the%20Hot%20Press%20Signing%20Tent/5638447.html|title=Jerry Fish for the Hot Press Signing Tent|date=2009-07-09|accessdate=2009-07-09|work=[[Hot Press]]}}</ref> [[Doves (band)|Doves]] (Saturday),<ref name="Doves for the Hot Press Signing Tent">{{cite web|url=http://www.hotpress.com/Doves/news/Doves%20for%20the%20Hot%20Press%20Signing%20Tent/5638615.html|title=Doves for the Hot Press Signing Tent|date=2009-07-09|accessdate=2009-07-09|work=[[Hot Press]]}}</ref> [[Maxïmo Park]] (Saturday),<ref name="Maximo Park confirm the Hot Press Signing Tent">{{cite web|url=http://www.hotpress.com/Maximo%20Park/news/Maximo%20Park%20confirm%20the%20Hot%20Press%20Signing%20Tent/5639014.html|title=Maximo Park confirm the Hot Press Signing Tent|date=2009-07-09|accessdate=2009-07-09|work=[[Hot Press]]}}</ref> [[Squeeze (band)|Squeeze]] (Saturday)<ref name="Autographic for the people!"/> [[The Airborne Toxic Event]] (Saturday),<ref name="Autographic for the people!"/> and [[That Petrol Emotion]] (Sunday).<ref name="Autographic for the people!">{{cite web|url=http://www.hotpress.com/Oxegen%202009/news/Autographic%20for%20the%20people%21/5638976.html|title=Autographic for the people!|date=2009-07-09|accessdate=2009-07-13|work=[[Hot Press]]}}</ref> A timetable was released on the ''Hot Press'' website on 10 July.<ref name="Hot Press Signing Tent @ Oxegen Times">{{cite web|url=http://www.hotpress.com/Oxegen%202009/news/Hot%20Press%20Signing%20Tent%20%40%20Oxegen%20Times/5655842.html|title=Hot Press Signing Tent @ Oxegen Times|date=2009-07-10|accessdate=2009-07-13|work=[[Hot Press]]}}</ref>
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The first part of the line-up for the ''[[Hot Press]]'' signing tent was announced on 7 July 2009, with acts including [[Paolo Nutini]], [[Razorlight]], [[The Virgins]], [[Fun Lovin' Criminals]], [[The Blizzards]], [[Hockey (band)|Hockey]], [[Duke Special]], [[Republic of Loose]], [[The Coronas]], [[Spinnerette]], [[Friendly Fires]] and [[Therapy?]].<ref name="The Hot Press Signing Tent @ Oxegen acts announced!">{{cite web|url=http://www.hotpress.com/Paolo%20Nutini/news/The%20Hot%20Press%20Signing%20Tent%20%40%20Oxegen%20acts%20announced%21/5602134.html|title=The Hot Press Signing Tent @ Oxegen acts announced!|date=2009-07-07|accessdate=2009-07-07|work=[[Hot Press]]}}</ref> Other acts were later announced, including [[Noisettes]] (Sunday),<ref name="The Noisettes join the Hot Press Signing Tent line-up">{{cite web|url=http://www.hotpress.com/The%20Noisettes/news/The%20Noisettes%20join%20the%20Hot%20Press%20Signing%20Tent%20line-up/5638318.html|title=The Noisettes join the Hot Press Signing Tent line-up|date=2009-07-09|accessdate=2009-07-09|work=[[Hot Press]]}}</ref> [[Jerry Fish]] (Saturday),<ref name="Jerry Fish for the Hot Press Signing Tent">{{cite web|url=http://www.hotpress.com/Jerry%20Fish%20%26%20The%20Mudbug%20Club/news/Jerry%20Fish%20for%20the%20Hot%20Press%20Signing%20Tent/5638447.html|title=Jerry Fish for the Hot Press Signing Tent|date=2009-07-09|accessdate=2009-07-09|work=[[Hot Press]]}}</ref> [[Doves (band)|Doves]] (Saturday),<ref name="Doves for the Hot Press Signing Tent">{{cite web|url=http://www.hotpress.com/Doves/news/Doves%20for%20the%20Hot%20Press%20Signing%20Tent/5638615.html|title=Doves for the Hot Press Signing Tent|date=2009-07-09|accessdate=2009-07-09|work=[[Hot Press]]}}</ref> [[Maxïmo Park]] (Saturday),<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.hotpress.com/Maximo%20Park/news/Maximo%20Park%20confirm%20the%20Hot%20Press%20Signing%20Tent/5639014.html|title=Maximo Park confirm the Hot Press Signing Tent|date=2009-07-09|accessdate=2009-07-09|work=[[Hot Press]]}}</ref> [[Squeeze (band)|Squeeze]] (Saturday)<ref name="Autographic for the people!"/> [[The Airborne Toxic Event]] (Saturday),<ref name="Autographic for the people!"/> and [[That Petrol Emotion]] (Sunday).<ref name="Autographic for the people!">{{cite web|url=http://www.hotpress.com/Oxegen%202009/news/Autographic%20for%20the%20people%21/5638976.html|title=Autographic for the people!|date=2009-07-09|accessdate=2009-07-13|work=[[Hot Press]]}}</ref> A timetable was released on the ''Hot Press'' website on 10 July.<ref name="Hot Press Signing Tent @ Oxegen Times">{{cite web|url=http://www.hotpress.com/Oxegen%202009/news/Hot%20Press%20Signing%20Tent%20%40%20Oxegen%20Times/5655842.html|title=Hot Press Signing Tent @ Oxegen Times|date=2009-07-10|accessdate=2009-07-13|work=[[Hot Press]]}}</ref>
   
 
[[Republic of Loose]], represented by all the band's members, were the first act to appear in the signing tent at around 18:00 on the Friday evening.<ref name="Hot Press Signing Tent: Friday report!"/> Fans of [[The Coronas]] sang their "[[San Diego Song]]" whilst queueing, with the band also revealing the title of the second album for the first time, saying they had only decided on the title that day.<ref name="EXCLUSIVE: Coronas name new album">{{cite web|url=http://www.hotpress.com/The%20Coronas/news/EXCLUSIVE%3A%20Coronas%20name%20new%20album/5688259.html|title=EXCLUSIVE: Coronas name new album|date=2009-07-10|accessdate=2009-07-13|work=[[Hot Press]]}}</ref> [[Duke Special]] was greeted by several males in superhero costumes,<ref name="Hot Press Signing Tent: Friday report!"/> whilst one fan who received an autograph from [[Brody Dalle]] of [[Spinnerette]] claimed she would have it tattooed onto her.<ref name="Hot Press Signing Tent: Friday report!">{{cite web|url=http://www.hotpress.com/news/Hot%20Press%20Signing%20Tent%3A%20Friday%20report%21/5688268.html|title=Hot Press Signing Tent: Friday report!|date=2009-07-10|accessdate=2009-07-13|work=[[Hot Press]]}}</ref>
 
[[Republic of Loose]], represented by all the band's members, were the first act to appear in the signing tent at around 18:00 on the Friday evening.<ref name="Hot Press Signing Tent: Friday report!"/> Fans of [[The Coronas]] sang their "[[San Diego Song]]" whilst queueing, with the band also revealing the title of the second album for the first time, saying they had only decided on the title that day.<ref name="EXCLUSIVE: Coronas name new album">{{cite web|url=http://www.hotpress.com/The%20Coronas/news/EXCLUSIVE%3A%20Coronas%20name%20new%20album/5688259.html|title=EXCLUSIVE: Coronas name new album|date=2009-07-10|accessdate=2009-07-13|work=[[Hot Press]]}}</ref> [[Duke Special]] was greeted by several males in superhero costumes,<ref name="Hot Press Signing Tent: Friday report!"/> whilst one fan who received an autograph from [[Brody Dalle]] of [[Spinnerette]] claimed she would have it tattooed onto her.<ref name="Hot Press Signing Tent: Friday report!">{{cite web|url=http://www.hotpress.com/news/Hot%20Press%20Signing%20Tent%3A%20Friday%20report%21/5688268.html|title=Hot Press Signing Tent: Friday report!|date=2009-07-10|accessdate=2009-07-13|work=[[Hot Press]]}}</ref>
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*[[Doves (band)|Doves]]
 
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*[[Eagles Of Death Metal]]
 
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*[[Game (rapper)|The Game]]
 
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LGBT in the Nordic countries

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Lecythis lurida

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God's Own Country (2014 film)

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| writers = V. Praveen Kumar<br />Anish Francis<br />Arun Gopinath
 
| writers = V. Praveen Kumar<br />Anish Francis<br />Arun Gopinath
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Janet Weinberg

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Janet Weinberg was an American LGBTQ activist, advocate for [[people with disabilities]], a fund-raiser and executive for [[Social Service|social service organization]]s including [[Gay Men's Health Crisis|Gay Men's Health Crisis]] (GMHC), [[Educational Alliance]], and the [[Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Services Center]].<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.mannycantor.org/2018/09/05/death-janet-weinberg/|title=Educational Alliance mourns the death of Janet Weinberg|last=MannyCantorNYC|date=2018-09-05|language=en|access-date=2019-06-25}}</ref>
   
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Flury Koch

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Mahua Moitra

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'''Mahua Moitra''' is an [[Indian people|Indian]] politician, mindblowing speaker and former investment banker.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/ex-investment-banker-mahua-moitra-has-assets-of-over-rs-2.5-cr/1/632716.html|title=Ex-investment banker Mahua Moitra has assets of over Rs 2.5 cr|work=[[India Today]]|date=1 April 2016|accessdate=5 June 2016}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.business-standard.com/article/pti-stories/ex-investment-banker-mahua-moitra-has-assets-of-over-rs-2-5-cr-116040100756_1.html|work=[[Business Standard]]|title=Ex-investment banker Mahua Moitra|date=1 April 2016|accessdate=5 June 2016}}</ref> She is a member of the [[All India Trinamool Congress]], representing the State of [[West Bengal]]. Before this, she was a member of the [[West Bengal Legislative Assembly]] from [[Karimpur (Vidhan Sabha constituency)|Karimpur]].<ref>{{cite web | url=http://www.myneta.info/westbengal2016/candidate.php?candidate_id=967 | title=West Bengal 2016 MAHUA MOITRA (Winner) KARIMPUR | work=myneta.info | accessdate=5 June 2016}}</ref> She is a member of the [[Lok Sabha]], representing [[Krishnanagar]].
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'''Mahua Moitra''' is an [[Indian people|Indian]] politician, speaker and former investment banker.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/ex-investment-banker-mahua-moitra-has-assets-of-over-rs-2.5-cr/1/632716.html|title=Ex-investment banker Mahua Moitra has assets of over Rs 2.5 cr|work=[[India Today]]|date=1 April 2016|accessdate=5 June 2016}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.business-standard.com/article/pti-stories/ex-investment-banker-mahua-moitra-has-assets-of-over-rs-2-5-cr-116040100756_1.html|work=[[Business Standard]]|title=Ex-investment banker Mahua Moitra|date=1 April 2016|accessdate=5 June 2016}}</ref> She is a member of the [[All India Trinamool Congress]], representing the State of [[West Bengal]]. Before this, she was a member of the [[West Bengal Legislative Assembly]] from [[Karimpur (Vidhan Sabha constituency)|Karimpur]].<ref>{{cite web | url=http://www.myneta.info/westbengal2016/candidate.php?candidate_id=967 | title=West Bengal 2016 MAHUA MOITRA (Winner) KARIMPUR | work=myneta.info | accessdate=5 June 2016}}</ref> She is a member of the [[Lok Sabha]], representing [[Krishnanagar]].
   
 
==Early life==
 
==Early life==

Draft:Najib W. Saab

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Since 2006, [http://www.najibsaab.com Najib Saab] is the Secretary General of the international environment NGO AFED ([[Arab Forum for Environment and Development]]) and Editor-in-Chief and publisher of [http://www.afedmag.com Al-Bia Wal-Tanmia (Environment & Development) magazine].<ref>{{Cite web|url=www.afedmag.com|title=Environment & Development Magazine|last=|first=|date=|website=|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|access-date=}}</ref>

He started his environmental career with [[United Nations Environment Programme|UNEP]] under [[Mostafa Kamal Tolba|Mostafa Tolba]], and continued most recently as member of the High Level Group (HLG) overseeing [[Global Environment Outlook]] (GEO-6). He was also selected to be on the Steering Committee board of the GEO-7.

Najib Saab is a laureate of the United Nations Environment Programme's [[Global 500 Roll of Honour|Global 500 Award]] in 2003 for environmental achievements, and of the [[Zayed International Prize for the Environment|Zayed International Prize]] for Environment in 2011 for environmental leadership leading to change in society. He is editor of the series of annual reports published by AFED on the state of [http://afedonline.org/en/innerListing.aspx?menuID=12 Arab environment] (2008-2018), which have become a main source on sustainable development matters and have triggered major policy changes across the Arab region.

<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.afedonline,org|title=Arab Forum for Environment and Development (AFED)|last=|first=|date=|website=|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|access-date=}}</ref>

Born on 20 August 1953, Najib Saab is a Lebanese/Dutch architect by training who graduated from the [[American University of Beirut|American University of Beirut (AUB)]] in 1978.

He is married to Maria Vos and they have three children: Anna, William and Rosalyn.{{AFC submission|t||ts=20190627075009|u=AFEDonline|ns=118|demo=}}
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Treaty of Defensive Alliance (Bolivia–Peru)

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Bolivia, counting on its military alliance with Peru, challenged Chile with a violation of the 1874 Boundary Treaty.<ref name="KeenHaynes2012">{{cite book|author1=Benjamin Keen|author2=Keith Haynes|title=A History of Latin America|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=Gs1dVv23W9kC&pg=PA264|date=23 January 2012|publisher=Cengage Learning|isbn=1-111-84140-3|pages=264–}}</ref><ref>{{harvnb|Basadre|1964|p=Cap.1, pag.37, Apreciación sobre el estallido del conflicto chileno-boliviano}}</ref><ref>{{harvnb|Querejazu Calvo|1979|p=217}}</ref>
 
Bolivia, counting on its military alliance with Peru, challenged Chile with a violation of the 1874 Boundary Treaty.<ref name="KeenHaynes2012">{{cite book|author1=Benjamin Keen|author2=Keith Haynes|title=A History of Latin America|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=Gs1dVv23W9kC&pg=PA264|date=23 January 2012|publisher=Cengage Learning|isbn=1-111-84140-3|pages=264–}}</ref><ref>{{harvnb|Basadre|1964|p=Cap.1, pag.37, Apreciación sobre el estallido del conflicto chileno-boliviano}}</ref><ref>{{harvnb|Querejazu Calvo|1979|p=217}}</ref>
   
After its disclosure the treaty had a shocking impact on the Chilean public opinion, and therefore the treaty blocked any attempt of Peruvian mediation, sincere or not.<ref>{{harvnb|Basadre|1964|p=Cap.1, pag.43, Los tres obstáculos para la mediación}}</ref>
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After its disclosure, the treaty had a shocking impact on the Chilean public opinion, and therefore the treaty blocked any attempt of Peruvian mediation, sincere or not.<ref>{{harvnb|Basadre|1964|p=Cap.1, pag.43, Los tres obstáculos para la mediación}}</ref>
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Draft:علي الفزاع

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<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">'''علي الفزاع''' (السلط،1 يناير 1954) هو سياسي أردني، يعمل حاليا كمستشار خاص لجلالة الملك عبدالله الثاني بن الحسين.</span>
 
   
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'''علي الفزاع''' (السلط،1 يناير 1954) هو سياسي أردني، يعمل حاليا كمستشار خاص لجلالة الملك عبدالله الثاني بن الحسين<ref name=":0">{{Cite web|url=https://kingabdullah.jo/ar/news/%D8%B5%D8%AF%D9%88%D8%B1-%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%A5%D8%B1%D8%A7%D8%AF%D8%A9-%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%85%D9%84%D9%83%D9%8A%D8%A9-%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%B3%D8%A7%D9%85%D9%8A%D8%A9-%D8%A8%D8%AA%D8%B9%D9%8A%D9%8A%D9%86-%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%81%D8%B2%D8%A7%D8%B9-%D9%85%D8%B3%D8%AA%D8%B4%D8%A7%D8%B1%D8%A7-%D8%AE%D8%A7%D8%B5%D8%A7-%D9%84%D9%84%D9%85%D9%84%D9%83|title=صدور الإرادة الملكية السامية بتعيين الفزاع مستشارا خاصا للملك {{!}} الموقع الرسمي لجلالة الملك عبدالله الثاني ابن الحسين|website=kingabdullah.jo|access-date=2019-06-27}}</ref><ref name=":1">{{Cite web|url=https://rhc.jo/ar/media/news/%D8%B5%D8%AF%D9%88%D8%B1-%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%A5%D8%B1%D8%A7%D8%AF%D8%A9-%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%85%D9%84%D9%83%D9%8A%D8%A9-%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%B3%D8%A7%D9%85%D9%8A%D8%A9-%D8%A8%D8%AA%D8%B9%D9%8A%D9%8A%D9%86-%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%81%D8%B2%D8%A7%D8%B9-%D9%85%D8%B3%D8%AA%D8%B4%D8%A7%D8%B1%D8%A7-%D8%AE%D8%A7%D8%B5%D8%A7-%D9%84%D9%84%D9%85%D9%84%D9%83|title=صدور الإرادة الملكية السامية بتعيين الفزاع مستشارا خاصا للملك|date=2010-01-14|website=rhc.jo|language=ar|access-date=2019-06-27}}</ref>.
== '''<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">الخبرات المهنية:</span>''' ==
 
   
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== '''الخبرات المهنية:''' ==
*<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">المستشار الخاص لجلالة الملك عبد الله الثاني ابن الحسين</span>
 
*<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">المستشار الإعلامي لجلالة الملك عبدالله الثاني ابن الحسين</span>
 
*<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">مدير دائرة الإعلام والعلاقات العامة في الديوان الملكي الهاشمي</span>
 
*<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">مدير الشؤون الثقافية والتوجيه الوطني في وزارة الشباب ومستشار الوزير</span>
 
*<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">مراقب للبرامج الثقافية والاجتماعية والدراما في الإذاعة والتلفزيون الأردني</span>
 
*<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">رئيس القسم الثقافي في الإذاعة والتلفزيون الأردني</span>
 
*<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">معد ومقدم برامج في الإذاعة والتلفزيون الأردني</span>
 
*<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">معلم في وزارة التربية والتعليم</span>
 
   
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* المستشار الخاص لجلالة الملك عبد الله الثاني ابن الحسين<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.ammonnews.net/article/52665|title=صدور الإرادة الملكية السامية بتعيين الفزاع مستشارا خاصا للملك|website=وكالة عمون الاخبارية|access-date=2019-06-27}}</ref><ref name=":1" /><ref name=":0" />
== '''<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">عضويات مهنية:</span>''' ==
 
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* المستشار الإعلامي لجلالة الملك عبدالله الثاني ابن الحسين<ref name=":2">{{Cite web|url=http://culture.gov.jo/node/32174|title=علي الفزّاع|last=admin|date=2015-08-04|website=وزارة الثقافة|language=ar|access-date=2019-06-27}}</ref>
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* مدير دائرة الإعلام والعلاقات العامة في الديوان الملكي الهاشمي<ref name=":2" />
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* مدير الشؤون الثقافية والتوجيه الوطني في وزارة الشباب ومستشار لوزير الشباب<ref name=":2" /><ref name=":3">{{Cite book|url=https://books.google.jo/books?id=Cwh7DwAAQBAJ&pg=PT236&lpg=PT236&dq=%D9%85%D9%87%D8%B1%D8%AC%D8%A7%D9%86+%D8%AC%D8%B1%D8%B4+%D8%B9%D9%84%D9%8A+%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%81%D8%B2%D8%A7%D8%B9&source=bl&ots=8FULYvAAhc&sig=ACfU3U3uokAq4D1MtV4t4z7SMDIq8YDbWA&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjfxZK_jYnjAhUN6aQKHTR_CD4Q6AEwDHoECAgQAQ#v=onepage&q=%D9%85%D9%87%D8%B1%D8%AC%D8%A7%D9%86%20%D8%AC%D8%B1%D8%B4%20%D8%B9%D9%84%D9%8A%20%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%81%D8%B2%D8%A7%D8%B9&f=false|title=معجم الأدباء 1-7 من العصر الجاهلي حتى سنة 2002م ج4|last=الجبوري|first=كامل سلمان جاسم|date=2003-01-01|publisher=Dar Al Kotob Al Ilmiyah دار الكتب العلمية|language=ar}}</ref>
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* مراقب للبرامج الثقافية والاجتماعية والدراما في الإذاعة والتلفزيون الأردني<ref name=":2" />
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* رئيس القسم الثقافي في الإذاعة والتلفزيون الأردني<ref name=":2" /><ref name=":3" />
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* معد ومقدم برامج في الإذاعة والتلفزيون الأردني<ref name=":2" /><ref name=":3" />
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* معلم في وزارة التربية والتعليم<ref name=":2" /><ref name=":3" />
   
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== '''عضويات مهنية:''' ==
*<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">عضو مجلس أمناء الجامعة الأردنية</span>
 
*<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">عضو مجلس أمناء جامعة البلقاء التطبيقية</span>
 
*<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">عضو الهيئة الإدارية لرابطة الكتاب الأردنيين</span>
 
*<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">رئيس لجنة الشعر في مهرجان جرش</span>
 
*<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">عضو المجلس الأعلى للتوجيه الوطني</span>
 
*<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">عضو مجلس إدارة اتحاد الإعلام الرياضي</span>
 
   
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* عضو مجلس أمناء الجامعة الأردنية
== '''<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">المؤهلات العلمية:</span>''' ==
 
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* عضو مجلس أمناء جامعة البلقاء التطبيقية
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* عضو الهيئة الإدارية لرابطة الكتاب الأردنيين<ref name=":2" />
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* رئيس لجنة الشعر في مهرجان جرش<ref name=":3" />
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* عضو المجلس الأعلى للتوجيه الوطني<ref name=":2" />
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* عضو مجلس إدارة اتحاد الإعلام الرياضي<ref name=":2" />
   
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== '''المؤهلات العلمية:''' ==
*<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">1982 ماجستير في الادب والنقد، الجامعة الأردنية.</span>
 
*<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">1977 بكالوريوس اللغة العربية وآدابها، الجامعة الأردنية.</span>
 
   
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* 1982 ماجستير في الادب والنقد، الجامعة الأردنية.<ref name=":2" /><ref name=":3" />
== '''<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">الأوسمة والجوائز:</span>''' ==
 
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* 1977 بكالوريوس اللغة العربية وآدابها، الجامعة الأردنية.<ref name=":2" /><ref name=":3" />
   
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== '''الأوسمة والجوائز:''' ==
*<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">2005 وسام الكوكب الأردني من الدرجة الأولى</span>
 
*<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">1999 وسام الاستقلال الأردني من الدرجة الأولى</span>
 
*<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">1998 وسام الفارس الدنماركي الملكي</span>
 
*<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">1997 وسام المرتبة الوطنية الفرنسية للاستحقاق</span>
 
*<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">1990 جائزة الدولة التشجيعية في الأداب عن ديوان شعر "مرثية للمحطة الثالثة"</span>
 
*<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">1987 جائزة أفضل شاعر تخرج من الجامعة الأردنية في الذكرى الخامسة والعشرين لتأسيسها</span>
 
*<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">1987 جائزة أفضل قصيدة عربية عن الانتفاضة الفلسطينية من اللجنة الشعبية لدعم الانتفاضة</span>
 
   
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* 2005 وسام الكوكب الأردني من الدرجة الأولى<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.pm.gov.jo/content/144705787481/%D8%AC%D9%84%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%A9-%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%85%D9%84%D9%83-%D9%8A%D9%86%D8%B9%D9%85-%D8%A8%D9%88%D8%B3%D8%A7%D9%85-%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%83%D9%88%D9%83%D8%A8-%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%A7%D8%B1%D8%AF%D9%86%D9%8A-%D8%B9%D9%84%D9%89-%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%81%D8%B2%D8%A7%D8%B9-.html|title=رئاسة الوزراء - جلالة الملك ينعم بوسام الكوكب الاردني على الفزاع|website=www.pm.gov.jo|access-date=2019-06-27}}</ref>
== '''<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">المؤلفات المطبوعة:</span>''' ==
 
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* 1999 وسام الاستقلال الأردني من الدرجة الأولى<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://rhc.jo/ar/gallery/infograph/%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%A3%D9%88%D8%B3%D9%85%D8%A9-%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%85%D9%84%D9%83%D9%8A%D8%A9-%D9%88%D8%B3%D8%A7%D9%85-%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%A5%D8%B3%D8%AA%D9%82%D9%84%D8%A7%D9%84|title=الأوسمة الملكية / وسام الإستقلال|date=2015-11-04|website=rhc.jo|language=ar|access-date=2019-06-27}}</ref>
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* 1998 وسام الفارس الدنماركي الملكي
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* 1997 وسام المرتبة الوطنية الفرنسية للاستحقاق
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* 1990 جائزة الدولة التقديرية في الأداب<ref name=":3" />
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* 1987 جائزة أفضل شاعر تخرج من الجامعة الأردنية في الذكرى الخامسة والعشرين لتأسيسها
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* 1987 جائزة أفضل قصيدة عربية عن الانتفاضة الفلسطينية من اللجنة الشعبية لدعم الانتفاضة<ref name=":2" />
   
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== '''المؤلفات المطبوعة:''' ==
*<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">"نبوءة الليل الأخير"، شعر، دائرة الثقافة والفنون، عمّان، 1982.</span>
 
*<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">"الخروج من جزيرة الضباب"، شعر، المؤسسة العربية للدراسات والنشر، بیروت، 1986.</span>
 
*<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">"مرثية للمحطة الثالثة، شر، المؤسسة العربية للدراسات والنشر، بيروت، 1987.</span>
 
*<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">"جبرا إبراهيم جبرا. دراسة في فنه القصصي"، نقد، دار المهد، عمان، 1989.</span>
 
*<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">"الرهان الأخير"، شعر، المؤسسة العربية للدراسات والنشر، بيروت، 1993.</span>
 
*<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">الأعمال الشعرية الكاملة"، شعر، المؤسسة العربية للدراسات والنشر، بيروت، 1993.</span>
 
*<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">"الأعمال الشعرية، وزارة الثقافة، عماَن، 1996.</span>
 
   
  +
* "نبوءة الليل الأخير"، شعر، دائرة الثقافة والفنون، عمّان، 1982.<ref name=":2" /><ref name=":3" />
== '''<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">المؤلفات المخطوطة:</span>''' ==
 
  +
* "الخروج من جزيرة الضباب"، شعر، المؤسسة العربية للدراسات والنشر، بیروت، 1986.<ref name=":2" /><ref name=":3" />
  +
* "مرثية للمحطة الثالثة، شر، المؤسسة العربية للدراسات والنشر، بيروت، 1987.<ref name=":2" /><ref name=":3" /><ref>{{Cite web|url=https://faylasof.com/arabic-books/89/106/38081.html|title=مرثية للمحطة الثالثة|website=faylasof.com|access-date=2019-06-27}}</ref>
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* "جبرا إبراهيم جبرا. دراسة في فنه القصصي"، نقد، دار المهد، عمان، 1989.<ref name=":2" /><ref name=":3" />
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* "الرهان الأخير"، شعر، المؤسسة العربية للدراسات والنشر، بيروت، 1993.<ref name=":2" />
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* الأعمال الشعرية الكاملة"، شعر، المؤسسة العربية للدراسات والنشر، بيروت، 1993.<ref name=":2" />
  +
* "الأعمال الشعرية"، وزارة الثقافة، عماَن، 1996.<ref name=":2" />
   
  +
== '''المؤلفات المخطوطة:''' ==
*<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">مسرحية "ملعون أبو المصاري (منشورة في مجلة فنون الأردنية)</span>
 
*<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">مسرحية الفرسان</span>
 
   
  +
* مسرحية "ملعون أبو المصاري (منشورة في مجلة فنون الأردنية)<ref name=":3" />
== '''<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">المشاركات الثقافية:</span>''' ==
 
  +
* مسرحية الفرسان<ref name=":3" />
   
  +
== '''المشاركات الثقافية:''' ==
*<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">مهرجان الشعراء العرب الشباب، بغداد.</span>
 
  +
*<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">مهرجان المربد الشعري، بغداد.</span>
 
  +
* مهرجان الشعراء العرب الشباب، بغداد.
*<span dir="rtl" lang="ar">مهرجان جرش الثقافي، جرش.</span>
 
  +
* مهرجان المربد الشعري، بغداد.
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* مهرجان جرش الثقافي، جرش.

List of EastEnders characters (2019)

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|first =Episode 5944<br/>{{start date|2019|6|25|df=y}}
 
|first =Episode 5944<br/>{{start date|2019|6|25|df=y}}
 
|occupation =
 
|occupation =
|classification = [[List of EastEnders characters#Present characters|Future; guest]]
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|classification = [[List of EastEnders characters#Present characters|Present; regular]]
 
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|daughters=
 
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Diplomatic rank

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## A [[apostolic nuncio|papal nuncio]] is considered to have Ambassadorial rank, and he presides over a [[nunciature]].
 
## A [[apostolic nuncio|papal nuncio]] is considered to have Ambassadorial rank, and he presides over a [[nunciature]].
 
## [[Commonwealth of Nations|Commonwealth countries]] send a [[High Commissioner (Commonwealth)|High Commissioner]] who presides over a [[High commissioner|High Commission]] and has the same diplomatic rank as an Ambassador.
 
## [[Commonwealth of Nations|Commonwealth countries]] send a [[High Commissioner (Commonwealth)|High Commissioner]] who presides over a [[High commissioner|High Commission]] and has the same diplomatic rank as an Ambassador.
# '''[[Envoy (title)|Minister]]'''. A Minister was a [[head of mission]] who was accredited to the receiving country's head of state. A Minister headed a [[legation]] rather than an embassy. After World War II, the embassy became the standard form of diplomatic mission, and the rank of Minister is now obsolete. Many countries use the title minister-counsellor to refer to the deputy head of a mission,<ref name="HistoryAtState"/><ref>http://www.ediplomat.com/nd/glossary.htm#M</ref> but he does not hold the rank of Minister.
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# '''[[Envoy (title)|Minister]]'''. A Minister was a [[head of mission]] who was accredited to the receiving country's head of state. A Minister headed a [[legation]] rather than an embassy. After World War II, the embassy became the standard form of diplomatic mission, and the rank of Minister is now obsolete. Many countries use the title minister-counsellor to refer to the deputy head of a mission,<ref name="HistoryAtState"/><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.ediplomat.com/nd/glossary.htm#M|title=Glossary of Diplomatic Terms - e Diplomat|website=www.ediplomat.com}}</ref> but he does not hold the rank of Minister.
 
## An envoy or an internuncio is also considered to have the rank of Minister.
 
## An envoy or an internuncio is also considered to have the rank of Minister.
 
# '''[[Chargés d'affaires]]''':
 
# '''[[Chargés d'affaires]]''':
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** Special Envoy on Literacy for Development: HRH [[Princess Laurentien of the Netherlands]]
 
** Special Envoy on Literacy for Development: HRH [[Princess Laurentien of the Netherlands]]
 
* A ''[[sui generis]]'' case is the [[High Representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina]].
 
* A ''[[sui generis]]'' case is the [[High Representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina]].
* Australia: In August 2018, two "Special Envoy" positions were created by Scott Morrison: [[Barnaby Joyce]] became Special Envoy for Drought assistance and recovery<ref>https://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal/prime-minister-scott-morrison-reveals-new-cabinet-20180826-p4zzve.html</ref> and [[Tony Abbott]] became special envoy for Indigenous Affairs <ref>https://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal/tony-abbott-holds-out-on-scott-morrison-s-special-envoy-offer-20180827-p4zzyp.html</ref>
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* Australia: In August 2018, two "Special Envoy" positions were created by Scott Morrison: [[Barnaby Joyce]] became Special Envoy for Drought assistance and recovery<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal/prime-minister-scott-morrison-reveals-new-cabinet-20180826-p4zzve.html|title=Prime Minister Scott Morrison reveals new cabinet|first=Eryk|last=Bagshaw|date=26 August 2018|website=The Sydney Morning Herald}}</ref> and [[Tony Abbott]] became special envoy for Indigenous Affairs <ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal/tony-abbott-holds-out-on-scott-morrison-s-special-envoy-offer-20180827-p4zzyp.html|title=Tony Abbott holds out on Scott Morrison's special envoy offer|first=Dana McCauley, Nathan|last=Hondros|date=27 August 2018|website=The Sydney Morning Herald}}</ref>
   
 
==Usage worldwide==
 
==Usage worldwide==

Macklemore discography

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! scope="row"| "[[Summer Days (Martin Garrix song)|Summer Days]]"<br /><span style="font-size:85%;">([[Martin Garrix]] featuring Macklemore and [[Patrick Stump]])</span>
 
! scope="row"| "[[Summer Days (Martin Garrix song)|Summer Days]]"<br /><span style="font-size:85%;">([[Martin Garrix]] featuring Macklemore and [[Patrick Stump]])</span>
 
| 2019
 
| 2019
| 47<br /><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.ariacharts.com.au/charts/singles-chart|title=ARIA Australian Top 50 Singles|publisher=Australian Recording Industry Association|date=June 10, 2019|accessdate=June 8, 2019}}</ref> || — || 18 || 68<br /><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.snepmusique.com/tops-semaine/top-singles-megafusion/?ye=2019&we=24|title=Le Top de la semaine : Top Singles (téléchargement + streaming) – SNEP (Week 24, 2019)|publisher=[[Syndicat National de l'Édition Phonographique]]|language=French|accessdate=June 18, 2019}}</ref> || 9<br /><ref>{{cite web|url=http://irma.ie/index.cfm?page=irish-charts&chart=Singles|title=IRMA – Irish Charts|publisher=Irish Recorded Music Association|accessdate=June 15, 2019}}</ref> || 12 || 39<br /><ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.sverigetopplistan.se/chart/41?dspy=2019&dspp=20|title=Veckolista Singlar, vecka 20|publisher=[[Sverigetopplistan]]|accessdate=May 17, 2019}}</ref> || 22 || 34
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| 47<br /><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.ariacharts.com.au/charts/singles-chart|title=ARIA Australian Top 50 Singles|publisher=Australian Recording Industry Association|date=June 10, 2019|accessdate=June 8, 2019}}</ref> || — || 13<br /><ref>{{cite web|url=https://oe3.orf.at/charts/stories/oe3austriatop40/|title=Ö3 Austria Top40: Single-Charts|publisher=[[Ö3 Austria Top 40]]|accessdate=June 27, 2019}}</ref> || 68<br /><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.snepmusique.com/tops-semaine/top-singles-megafusion/?ye=2019&we=24|title=Le Top de la semaine : Top Singles (téléchargement + streaming) – SNEP (Week 24, 2019)|publisher=[[Syndicat National de l'Édition Phonographique]]|language=French|accessdate=June 18, 2019}}</ref> || 9<br /><ref>{{cite web|url=http://irma.ie/index.cfm?page=irish-charts&chart=Singles|title=IRMA – Irish Charts|publisher=Irish Recorded Music Association|accessdate=June 15, 2019}}</ref> || 12 || 39<br /><ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.sverigetopplistan.se/chart/41?dspy=2019&dspp=20|title=Veckolista Singlar, vecka 20|publisher=[[Sverigetopplistan]]|accessdate=May 17, 2019}}</ref> || 22 || 34
 
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Jackie Chan filmography

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| ''Xing Guang''
 
| ''Xing Guang''
 
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| 26 September 2019 ([[CCTV]])
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| 26 September 2019 ([[China Central Television|CCTV]])
 
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Integrated development environment

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[[File:Emacs-screenshot.png|thumb|[[GNU Emacs]], an extensible editor that is commonly used as an IDE on [[Unix-like]] systems]]
 
[[File:Emacs-screenshot.png|thumb|[[GNU Emacs]], an extensible editor that is commonly used as an IDE on [[Unix-like]] systems]]
   
IDEs initially became possible when developing via a [[System console|console]] or [[Computer terminal|terminal]]. Early systems could not support one, since programs were prepared using flowcharts, entering programs with [[punched card]]s (or paper tape, etc.) before submitting them to a [[compiler]]. [[Dartmouth BASIC]] was the first language to be created with an IDE (and was also the first to be designed for use while sitting in front of a console or terminal).{{Citation needed|date=April 2016}} Its IDE (part of the [[Dartmouth Time Sharing System]]) was command-based, and therefore did not look much like the menu-driven, graphical IDEs popular after the advent of the [[Graphical User Interface]]. However it integrated editing, file management, compilation, debugging and execution in a manner consistent with a modern IDE.
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IDEs initially became possible when developing via a [[System console|console]] or [[Computer terminal|terminal]]. Early systems could not support one, since programs were prepared using flowcharts, entering programs with [[punched card]]s (or paper tape, etc.) before submitting them to a [[compiler]]. [[BASIC]] was the first language to be created with an IDE (and was also the first to be designed for use while sitting in front of a console or terminal).{{Citation needed|date=April 2016}} Its IDE (part of the [[Dartmouth Time Sharing System]]) was command-based, and therefore did not look much like the menu-driven, graphical IDEs popular after the advent of the [[Graphical User Interface]]. However it integrated editing, file management, compilation, debugging and execution in a manner consistent with a modern IDE.
   
 
See also [[Structured Programming Facility]] from IBM (1974).
 
See also [[Structured Programming Facility]] from IBM (1974).

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! colspan=2 | Total
 
! colspan=2 | Total
 
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|-
|[[K-League 2006|2006]]||rowspan="10"|[[Ulsan Hyundai FC|Ulsan Hyundai]]||rowspan="10"|[[K League 1]]||0||0||0||0||0||0||colspan="2"|-||0||0
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|[[K-League 2006|2006]]||rowspan="10"|[[Ulsan Hyundai FC|Ulsan Hyundai]]||rowspan="10"|[[K League 1]]||0||0||0||0||0||0||colspan="2"|||0||0
 
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|-
|[[K-League 2007|2007]]||0||0||0||0||0||0||colspan="2"|-||0||0
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|[[K-League 2007|2007]]||0||0||0||0||0||0||colspan="2"|||0||0
 
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|-
 
|[[K-League 2008|2008]]||2||0||0||0||0||0||1||0||3||0
 
|[[K-League 2008|2008]]||2||0||0||0||0||0||1||0||3||0
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|[[K-League 2009|2009]]||0||0||0||0||0||0||1||0||1||0
 
|[[K-League 2009|2009]]||0||0||0||0||0||0||1||0||1||0
 
|-
 
|-
|[[K-League 2010|2010]]||3||0||1||0||4||0||colspan="2"|-||8||0
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|[[K-League 2010|2010]]||3||0||1||0||4||0||colspan="2"|||8||0
 
|-
 
|-
|[[K-League 2011|2011]]||2{{efn|[[2011 K League Championship]]}}||0||0||0||colspan="2"|-||colspan="2"|-||2||0
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|[[K-League 2011|2011]]||2{{efn|[[2011 K League Championship]]}}||0||0||0||colspan="2"|||colspan="2"|||2||0
 
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|[[K-League 2012|2012]]||12||0||0||0||colspan="2"|-||0||0||12||0
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|[[K-League 2012|2012]]||12||0||0||0||colspan="2"|||0||0||12||0
 
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|-
|[[2013 K League Classic|2013]]||32||0||2||0||colspan="2"|-||colspan="2"|-||34||0
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|[[2013 K League Classic|2013]]||32||0||2||0||colspan="2"|||colspan="2"|||34||0
 
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|[[2014 K League Classic|2014]]||29||0||1||0||colspan="2"|-||6||0||36||0
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|[[2014 K League Classic|2014]]||29||0||1||0||colspan="2"|||6||0||36||0
 
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|[[2015 K League Classic|2015]]||34||0||4||0||colspan="2"|-||colspan="2"|-||38||0
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== Disputes to include genres ==
 
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[[File:Stop hand nuvola.svg|30px|alt=Stop icon]] This is your '''only warning'''; if you violate Wikipedia's [[Wikipedia:Biographies of living persons|biographies of living persons]] policy by inserting [[Wikipedia:Verifiability|unsourced]] or [[Wikipedia:Reliable sources|poorly sourced]] [[Wikipedia:Libel|defamatory]] content into an article or any other Wikipedia page again, as you did at [[:Keythe Farley]], you may be '''[[Wikipedia:Blocking policy|blocked from editing]] without further notice'''. <!-- Template:uw-biog4im --> --[[User:Hammersoft|Hammersoft]] ([[User talk:Hammersoft|talk]]) 19:10, 25 June 2019 (UTC)
 
[[File:Stop hand nuvola.svg|30px|alt=Stop icon]] This is your '''only warning'''; if you violate Wikipedia's [[Wikipedia:Biographies of living persons|biographies of living persons]] policy by inserting [[Wikipedia:Verifiability|unsourced]] or [[Wikipedia:Reliable sources|poorly sourced]] [[Wikipedia:Libel|defamatory]] content into an article or any other Wikipedia page again, as you did at [[:Keythe Farley]], you may be '''[[Wikipedia:Blocking policy|blocked from editing]] without further notice'''. <!-- Template:uw-biog4im --> --[[User:Hammersoft|Hammersoft]] ([[User talk:Hammersoft|talk]]) 19:10, 25 June 2019 (UTC)
   
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Tony Barone

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'''Anthony Andrew Barone, Sr.''' (July 20, 1946{{spaced ndash}}June 25, 2019) was an American [[basketball]] coach and scout. A native of [[Chicago]], he was the former head coach of the [[Memphis Grizzlies]] of the [[National Basketball Association]] (NBA). Barone was appointed as the team's interim coach by Grizzlies general manager [[Jerry West]] after West fired [[Mike Fratello]] on December 28, 2006. Prior to landing his first head coaching job after Fratello's dismissal, Barone had served as an assistant coach for five seasons. Barone was also the Grizzlies' director of player personnel.
 
'''Anthony Andrew Barone, Sr.''' (July 20, 1946{{spaced ndash}}June 25, 2019) was an American [[basketball]] coach and scout. A native of [[Chicago]], he was the former head coach of the [[Memphis Grizzlies]] of the [[National Basketball Association]] (NBA). Barone was appointed as the team's interim coach by Grizzlies general manager [[Jerry West]] after West fired [[Mike Fratello]] on December 28, 2006. Prior to landing his first head coaching job after Fratello's dismissal, Barone had served as an assistant coach for five seasons. Barone was also the Grizzlies' director of player personnel.
   
Barone was an Academic All-American while playing at [[Duke University|Duke]], where he graduated with a degree in English in 1971. He was previously the head coach at [[Creighton University|Creighton]] from 1985 to 1991. During his time at [[Creighton University|Creighton]], Barone compiled a 102-82 record and led [[Creighton University|Creighton]] to two NCAA Tournament appearances. Barone was pursued by major Division I programs and took the head coach position at [[Texas A&M University|Texas A&M]], where he led the team from 1991 to 1998. During his Texas A&M tenure, Barone compiled a record of 76–120 while having only one winning season. Barone was fired as head coach at Texas A&M following the 1997–98 season. He is a member of the [[Chicagoland Sports Hall of Fame]].
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Barone was an Academic All-American while playing at [[Duke University|Duke]], where he graduated with a degree in English in 1971. He was previously the head coach at [[Creighton University|Creighton]] from 1985 to 1991. During his time at [[Creighton University|Creighton]], Barone compiled a 102-82 record and led [[Creighton University|Creighton]] to two NCAA Tournament appearances. Barone was pursued by major Division I programs and took the head coach position at [[Texas A&M University|Texas A&M]], where he led the team from 1991 to 1998. During his Texas A&M tenure, Barone compiled a record of 76–120 while having only one winning season. Barone was fired as head coach at Texas A&M following the 1997–98 season. He was a member of the [[Chicagoland Sports Hall of Fame]].
 
Barone died on June 25, 2019 at the age of 72. <ref>{{cite web |title=Calkins: Tony Barone Sr. — who died Tuesday at the age of 72 — brought joy to the early Grizz|url=https://dailymemphian.com/section/sports/article/5874/Calkins-Tony-Barone-Sr-who-died-Tuesday-brought-joy-to-the-early-Grizz|}}</ref>
 
   
 
Barone died on June 25, 2019 at the age of 72.<ref>{{cite web |title=Calkins: Tony Barone Sr. — who died Tuesday at the age of 72 — brought joy to the early Grizz|url=https://dailymemphian.com/section/sports/article/5874/Calkins-Tony-Barone-Sr-who-died-Tuesday-brought-joy-to-the-early-Grizz|}}</ref>
   
 
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* '''Support''' per nom. Also, it is not entirely clear whether "and societies" is really needed. [[User:Marcocapelle|Marcocapelle]] ([[User talk:Marcocapelle|talk]]) 06:27, 27 June 2019 (UTC)
 
* '''Support''' per nom. Also, it is not entirely clear whether "and societies" is really needed. [[User:Marcocapelle|Marcocapelle]] ([[User talk:Marcocapelle|talk]]) 06:27, 27 June 2019 (UTC)
 
**The category was created by [[user:PPEMES|PPEMES]] a few years ago. The motivation for "and societies" was presumably the same as at the requested move [[Talk:Sexual_abuse_scandals_in_Catholic_orders#Requested_move_25_June_2019|'''here''']], i.e. to broaden the scope slightly. However, I do not know if there are any such societies which are not also referred to as orders. The parent "Catholic orders and societies" was agreed at [[Wikipedia:Categories_for_discussion/Log/2018_March_13#Category:Roman_Catholic_orders_and_societies|CFD last year]] but only as a merge from "Roman Catholic"; renaming was not discussed. – [[User:Fayenatic london|Fayenatic]] [[User talk:Fayenatic london|'''<span style="color: #FF0000;">L</span>'''ondon]] 07:43, 27 June 2019 (UTC)
 
**The category was created by [[user:PPEMES|PPEMES]] a few years ago. The motivation for "and societies" was presumably the same as at the requested move [[Talk:Sexual_abuse_scandals_in_Catholic_orders#Requested_move_25_June_2019|'''here''']], i.e. to broaden the scope slightly. However, I do not know if there are any such societies which are not also referred to as orders. The parent "Catholic orders and societies" was agreed at [[Wikipedia:Categories_for_discussion/Log/2018_March_13#Category:Roman_Catholic_orders_and_societies|CFD last year]] but only as a merge from "Roman Catholic"; renaming was not discussed. – [[User:Fayenatic london|Fayenatic]] [[User talk:Fayenatic london|'''<span style="color: #FF0000;">L</span>'''ondon]] 07:43, 27 June 2019 (UTC)
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Hollywood Monsters (video game)

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The Spanish developer [[Pendulo Studios]] began ''Hollywood Monsters'' in mid-1994,<ref name=game40 /> directly after the launch of the company's debut adventure game, ''[[Igor: Objective Uikokahonia]]''.<ref name=microprev>{{cite journal | author=Delgado, Francisco | title=''Hollywood Monsters'': Brillante futuro | journal=[[Micromanía]] | issue=34 | date=November 1997 | volume=Third Época | language=Spanish | pages=72, 73 }}</ref> Pendulo had announced plans for another adventure title even before ''Igor''{{'}}s release;<ref name=pcmprev>{{cite journal | author=Gutiérrez, Francisco | title=El Gran Salto | journal=PC Manía | language=Spanish | date=June 1994 | number=20 | pages=24, 25 }}</ref> art director Rafael Latiegui noted that it was "very clear [to us] that we were going to make" more games in the genre.<ref name=microprev /> Because Pendulo co-founder Miguel Angel Ramos had left the team after ''Igor'',<ref name=hollywoodint /> the company's three remaining core members—Latiegui, Felipe Gómez Pinilla and Ramón Hernáez—gathered to brainstorm their second project.<ref name=macedonia /> They sought to diverge from the design process used in their first game,<ref name=microprev /> which Latiegui later called "absolutely amateurish".<ref name=3djuegos>{{cite web | archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20131008212726/http://www.3djuegos.com/juegos/articulos/31/0/entrevista-con-pendulo-studios-rafael-latiegui/ | url=http://www.3djuegos.com/juegos/articulos/31/0/entrevista-con-pendulo-studios-rafael-latiegui/ | title=Entrevista con Péndulo Studios: Rafael Latiegui | author=The 3DJuegos Team | date=February 22, 2010 | language=Spanish | work=[[:es:3DJuegos|3DJuegos]] | archivedate=October 8, 2013 | deadurl=yes }}</ref> The group's central idea was to create a "classic" adventure game, including a high level of interactivity, a visual look akin to animated films,<ref name=microprev /> a comedic tone and a lack of player death.<ref name=game40 /> Hernáez and Latiegui disliked the current trends in graphic adventure games at the time,<ref name=macedonia /> and Pinilla explained that Pendulo "wanted to run away from anything like an [[Interactive film|interactive movie]]."<ref name=microprev />
 
The Spanish developer [[Pendulo Studios]] began ''Hollywood Monsters'' in mid-1994,<ref name=game40 /> directly after the launch of the company's debut adventure game, ''[[Igor: Objective Uikokahonia]]''.<ref name=microprev>{{cite journal | author=Delgado, Francisco | title=''Hollywood Monsters'': Brillante futuro | journal=[[Micromanía]] | issue=34 | date=November 1997 | volume=Third Época | language=Spanish | pages=72, 73 }}</ref> Pendulo had announced plans for another adventure title even before ''Igor''{{'}}s release;<ref name=pcmprev>{{cite journal | author=Gutiérrez, Francisco | title=El Gran Salto | journal=PC Manía | language=Spanish | date=June 1994 | number=20 | pages=24, 25 }}</ref> art director Rafael Latiegui noted that it was "very clear [to us] that we were going to make" more games in the genre.<ref name=microprev /> Because Pendulo co-founder Miguel Angel Ramos had left the team after ''Igor'',<ref name=hollywoodint /> the company's three remaining core members—Latiegui, Felipe Gómez Pinilla and Ramón Hernáez—gathered to brainstorm their second project.<ref name=macedonia /> They sought to diverge from the design process used in their first game,<ref name=microprev /> which Latiegui later called "absolutely amateurish".<ref name=3djuegos>{{cite web | archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20131008212726/http://www.3djuegos.com/juegos/articulos/31/0/entrevista-con-pendulo-studios-rafael-latiegui/ | url=http://www.3djuegos.com/juegos/articulos/31/0/entrevista-con-pendulo-studios-rafael-latiegui/ | title=Entrevista con Péndulo Studios: Rafael Latiegui | author=The 3DJuegos Team | date=February 22, 2010 | language=Spanish | work=[[:es:3DJuegos|3DJuegos]] | archivedate=October 8, 2013 | deadurl=yes }}</ref> The group's central idea was to create a "classic" adventure game, including a high level of interactivity, a visual look akin to animated films,<ref name=microprev /> a comedic tone and a lack of player death.<ref name=game40 /> Hernáez and Latiegui disliked the current trends in graphic adventure games at the time,<ref name=macedonia /> and Pinilla explained that Pendulo "wanted to run away from anything like an [[Interactive film|interactive movie]]."<ref name=microprev />
 
Hernáez, Pinilla and Latiegui soon envisioned a story about [[Monster movies|movie monsters]] from the [[Classical Hollywood cinema|Golden Age of Hollywood]], set around the 1940s and 1950s. Pinilla said that their goal was to avoid "recycling the ideas people already had about" these characters. The three designers developed ''Hollywood Monsters''{{'}} script full-time for between three and six months. The design process was collaborative: Pinilla noted that the three leads at Pendulo held equal weight in [[decision-making]].<ref name=game40 /> Their script ultimately detailed all of the puzzles, dialogue, characters, areas and objects set to appear in the game.<ref name=game40 /><ref name=macedonia /> Pendulo opted for a "very open, non-linear" design that emphasized player freedom, according to Latiegui,<ref name=advgamersint2>{{cite web | archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20030906151053/http://www.adventuregamers.com/display.php?id=269 | url=http://www.adventuregamers.com/display.php?id=269 | title=''Runaway'' Interview | author=Bronstring, Marek | date=July 20, 2003 | work=[[Adventure Gamers]] | archivedate=September 6, 2003 | deadurl=yes }}</ref> and the team purposely increased the difficulty of the puzzle designs compared to those in ''Igor''. The team saw its first title as overly easy and short, issues Pendulo hoped to remedy. Hernáez cited ''Hollywood Monsters''{{'}} large size as another aspect of its increased difficulty.<ref name=macedonia>{{cite web | archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/19990826185250/http://www.ciudadfutura.com/macedonia/pendulo.htm | url=http://www.ciudadfutura.com/macedonia/pendulo.htm | title=Entrevista a Rafael Latiegui, Ramón Hernáez y Felipe Gómez | date=1998| author=Rodríguez, Fernando | work=Macedonia Magazine | language=Spanish | archivedate=August 26, 1999 | deadurl=yes }}</ref>
 
   
 
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Hernáez, Pinilla and Latiegui soon envisioned a story about [[Monster movies|movie monsters]] from the [[Classical Hollywood cinema|Golden Age of Hollywood]], set around the 1940s and 1950s. Pinilla said that their goal was to avoid "recycling the ideas people already had about" these characters. The three designers developed ''Hollywood Monsters''{{'}} script full-time for between three and six months. The design process was collaborative: Pinilla noted that the three leads at Pendulo held equal weight in [[decision-making]].<ref name=game40 /> Their script ultimately detailed all of the puzzles, dialogue, characters, areas and objects set to appear in the game.<ref name=game40 /><ref name=macedonia /> Pendulo opted for a "very open, non-linear" design that emphasized player freedom, according to Latiegui,<ref name=advgamersint2>{{cite web | archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20030906151053/http://www.adventuregamers.com/display.php?id=269 | url=http://www.adventuregamers.com/display.php?id=269 | title=''Runaway'' Interview | author=Bronstring, Marek | date=July 20, 2003 | work=[[Adventure Gamers]] | archivedate=September 6, 2003 | deadurl=yes }}</ref> and the team purposely increased the difficulty of the puzzle designs compared to those in ''Igor''. The team saw its first title as overly easy and short, issues Pendulo hoped to remedy. Hernáez cited ''Hollywood Monsters''{{'}} large size as another aspect of its increased difficulty.<ref name=macedonia>{{cite web | archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/19990826185250/http://www.ciudadfutura.com/macedonia/pendulo.htm | url=http://www.ciudadfutura.com/macedonia/pendulo.htm | title=Entrevista a Rafael Latiegui, Ramón Hernáez y Felipe Gómez | date=1998| author=Rodríguez, Fernando | work=Macedonia Magazine | language=Spanish | archivedate=August 26, 1999 | deadurl=yes }}</ref>
   
 
''Hollywood Monsters'' began development on the same [[game engine]] used for ''Igor'', which was written in [[Pascal (programming language)|Pascal]]. However, the new game underwent two engine rewrites during development.<ref name=game40 /> Following ''Igor''{{'}}s completion, Pendulo had upgraded that project's engine for use in the company's future titles, including a canceled ''Igor'' remake set to be published by [[Infogrames]]. Pendulo's older technology began to be outpaced by other adventure games, according to Hernáez, and the team chose to rewrite the engine again before its final appearance in ''Hollywood Monsters''.<ref name=macedonia /> Pinilla said that "quite a lot of time" was dedicated to engine development.<ref name=game40 /> The one ultimately used in ''Hollywood Monsters'', built to support [[SVGA]],<ref name=microprev /> was written from the ground up in [[C (programming language)|C]].<ref name=game40 />
 
''Hollywood Monsters'' began development on the same [[game engine]] used for ''Igor'', which was written in [[Pascal (programming language)|Pascal]]. However, the new game underwent two engine rewrites during development.<ref name=game40 /> Following ''Igor''{{'}}s completion, Pendulo had upgraded that project's engine for use in the company's future titles, including a canceled ''Igor'' remake set to be published by [[Infogrames]]. Pendulo's older technology began to be outpaced by other adventure games, according to Hernáez, and the team chose to rewrite the engine again before its final appearance in ''Hollywood Monsters''.<ref name=macedonia /> Pinilla said that "quite a lot of time" was dedicated to engine development.<ref name=game40 /> The one ultimately used in ''Hollywood Monsters'', built to support [[SVGA]],<ref name=microprev /> was written from the ground up in [[C (programming language)|C]].<ref name=game40 />

Halloween (1978 film)

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| budget = $300,000–325,000<ref name="NYT Debra">{{cite news |url=https://www.nytimes.com/2005/03/08/movies/debra-hill-54-film-producer-who-helped-create-halloween-dies.html |title=Debra Hill, 54, Film Producer Who Helped Create 'Halloween,' Dies |author=Associated Press |authorlink=Associated Press |website=[[The New York Times]] |date=March 8, 2005 |accessdate=February 2, 2015}} {{closed access}}</ref><ref name="Numbers">{{cite web |url=https://www.the-numbers.com/movie/Halloween-(1978)#tab=summary |title=Halloween (1978) - Financial Information |website=[[The Numbers (website)|The Numbers]] |accessdate=March 22, 2012}}</ref><ref name="Mojo">{{cite web |title=Halloween (1978) |url=http://boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=halloween.htm |website=[[Box Office Mojo]] |accessdate=July 25, 2011}}</ref>
 
| budget = $300,000–325,000<ref name="NYT Debra">{{cite news |url=https://www.nytimes.com/2005/03/08/movies/debra-hill-54-film-producer-who-helped-create-halloween-dies.html |title=Debra Hill, 54, Film Producer Who Helped Create 'Halloween,' Dies |author=Associated Press |authorlink=Associated Press |website=[[The New York Times]] |date=March 8, 2005 |accessdate=February 2, 2015}} {{closed access}}</ref><ref name="Numbers">{{cite web |url=https://www.the-numbers.com/movie/Halloween-(1978)#tab=summary |title=Halloween (1978) - Financial Information |website=[[The Numbers (website)|The Numbers]] |accessdate=March 22, 2012}}</ref><ref name="Mojo">{{cite web |title=Halloween (1978) |url=http://boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=halloween.htm |website=[[Box Office Mojo]] |accessdate=July 25, 2011}}</ref>
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'''''Halloween''''' is a 1978 American [[Independent film|independent]] [[slasher film]] directed and [[Film score|scored]] by [[John Carpenter]], co-written with producer [[Debra Hill]], and starring [[Donald Pleasence]] and [[Jamie Lee Curtis]] in her film debut. The film tells the story of [[serial killer]] [[Michael Myers (Halloween)|Michael Myers]] as he stalks and kills teenage [[babysitting|babysitters]] on [[Halloween]] night, fifteen years after he [[sororicide|murdered his teenage sister]], [[Judith Myers]]. After escaping a sanitarium, he returns home to the sleepy town of Haddonfield, Illinois while being pursued by his [[psychiatrist]] [[Samuel Loomis]]. Michael stalks high school student [[Laurie Strode]] and her friends as they babysit and carries out a horrific [[massacre]]. Dr. Loomis desperately seeks to find his patient to stop his rampage, before the carnage intensifies.
 
'''''Halloween''''' is a 1978 American [[Independent film|independent]] [[slasher film]] directed and [[Film score|scored]] by [[John Carpenter]], co-written with producer [[Debra Hill]], and starring [[Donald Pleasence]] and [[Jamie Lee Curtis]] in her film debut. The film tells the story of [[serial killer]] [[Michael Myers (Halloween)|Michael Myers]] as he stalks and kills teenage [[babysitting|babysitters]] on [[Halloween]] night, fifteen years after he [[sororicide|murdered his teenage sister]], [[Judith Myers]]. After escaping a sanitarium, he returns home to the sleepy town of Haddonfield, Illinois while being pursued by his [[psychiatrist]] [[Samuel Loomis]]. Michael stalks high school student [[Laurie Strode]] and her friends as they babysit and carries out a horrific [[massacre]]. Dr. Loomis desperately seeks to find his patient to stop his rampage, before the carnage intensifies.

Kahaan Hum Kahaan Tum

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* [[Dipika Kakar]] as Sonakshi "Sona" Rastogi– Suman's daughter; Praniti and Pulkit's sister
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* [[Dipika Kakar]] as Sonakshi "Sona" Rastogi– Suman's daughter; Praniti and Pulkit's sister (2019–present)
* [[Karan Grover]] as Dr. Rohit Sippy– Veena and Naren's son; Rohan and Ajit's brother
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* [[Karan Grover]] as Dr. Rohit Sippy– Veena and Naren's son; Rohan and Ajit's brother (2019–present)
 
===Recurring===
 
===Recurring===
* Mohini as Sukhmani Sippy– Matriarch of Sippy family; Naren, Nishi and Aakash's mother; Rohit, Rohan, Ajit and Pooja's grandmother
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* Mohini as Sukhmani Sippy– Matriarch of Sippy family; Naren, Nishi and Aakash's mother; Rohit, Rohan, Ajit and Pooja's grandmother (2019–present)
* [[Ashish Nayyar]] as Naren Sippy– Sukhmani's son; Nishi and Aakash's brother; Veena's husband; Rohit, Rohan and Ajit's father
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* [[Ashish Nayyar]] as Naren Sippy– Sukhmani's son; Nishi and Aakash's brother; Veena's husband; Rohit, Rohan and Ajit's father (2019–present)
* [[Shalini Kapoor Sagar]] as Veena Sippy– Naren's wife; Rohit, Rohan and Ajit's mother
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* [[Shalini Kapoor Sagar]] as Veena Sippy– Naren's wife; Rohit, Rohan and Ajit's mother (2019–present)
* Anahita Jahabaksh as Suman Rastogi– Sonakshi, Praniti and Pulkit's mother
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* Anahita Jahabaksh as Suman Rastogi– Sonakshi, Praniti and Pulkit's mother (2019–present)
* [[Tanaaz Irani]] as Nishi Sippy– Sukhmani's daughter; Naren and Aakash's sister; Yash's wife; Pooja's mother
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* [[Tanaaz Irani]] as Nishi Sippy– Sukhmani's daughter; Naren and Aakash's sister; Yash's wife; Pooja's mother (2019–present)
* [[Wasim Mushtaq]] as Yash "YK" Kapoor– Nishi's husband; Pooja's father
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* [[Wasim Mushtaq]] as Yash "YK" Kapoor– Nishi's husband; Pooja's father (2019–present)
* [[Abhishek Malik]] as Rohan Sippy– Rohit and Ajit's brother; Tanya's husband
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* [[Abhishek Malik]] as Rohan Sippy– Rohit and Ajit's brother; Tanya's husband (2019–present)
* Dhwani Shah as Tanya Sippy– Rohan's wife
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* Dhwani Shah as Tanya Sippy– Rohan's wife (2019–present)
* [[Paras Zutshi]] as Ajit "AJ" Sippy– Veena and Naren's son; Rohit and Rohan's brother
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* [[Paras Zutshi]] as Ajit "AJ" Sippy– Veena and Naren's son; Rohit and Rohan's brother (2019–present)
* Pravisht Mishra as Pulkit Rastogi– Suman's son; Sonakshi and Praniti's brother
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* Pravisht Mishra as Pulkit Rastogi– Suman's son; Sonakshi and Praniti's brother (2019–present)
* Alice Kaushik as Praniti "Pari" Rastogi– Suman's daughter; Sonakshi and Pulkit's sister
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* Alice Kaushik as Praniti "Pari" Rastogi– Suman's daughter; Sonakshi and Pulkit's sister (2019–present)
*Vicky Thawani as Aakash Sippy– Sukhmani's son; Naren and Nishi's brother
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*Vicky Thawani as Aakash Sippy– Sukhmani's son; Naren and Nishi's brother (2019–present)
* Aastha as Netra Singh Anand– Sonakshi's producer
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* Aastha as Netra Singh Anand– Sonakshi's producer (2019–present)
* Deepak Singh Sandhu as Sumit Khanna– Sonakshi's co actor
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* Deepak Singh Sandhu as Sumit Khanna– Sonakshi's co-actor (2019–present)
* Kashish Rai as Pooja Sippy– Nishi and Yash's daughter; Rohit, Rohan and Ajit's cousin
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* Kashish Rai as Pooja Sippy– Nishi and Yash's daughter; Rohit, Rohan and Ajit's cousin (2019–present)
* Mishthi Tyagi as Deepa Wadhwani
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* Mishthi Tyagi as Deepa Wadhwani (2019–present)
* Romil Chaudhary as Karan Khanna– Sonakshi's former boyfriend
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* Romil Chaudhary as Karan Khanna– Sonakshi's former boyfriend (2019–present)
*Mayanka Sharma Patel as Amrita
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*Mayanka Sharma Patel as Amrita (2019–present)
* Lata as Vimmi– Sippy family's househelp
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* Lata as Vimmi– Sippy family's househelp (2019–present)
*Parmeshwar as Hari– Sippy family's househelp
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*Parmeshwar as Hari– Sippy family's househelp (2019–present)
* Aayesha Vindhara as Preeti
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* Aayesha Vindhara as Preeti (2019–present)
* Manisha Soni as Sunita– Sonakshi's hairstylist
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* Manisha Soni as Sunita– Sonakshi's hairstylist (2019–present)
   
 
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Digital One

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:::::::::::I clearly objected before you made the edit. Sorry, but you obviously don't have basic knowledge on the topic when made such an edit and did not see any problem with it. You now made a [https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Rusyns&type=revision&diff=903632862&oldid=903629353 second] edit. I am warning you that you are consciously starting an edit war. I made an intermediate solution per your introduction of the discussion, you did not like it - take it to the dispute resolution, don't edit war. --[[User:Miki Filigranski|Miki Filigranski]] ([[User talk:Miki Filigranski|talk]]) 21:38, 26 June 2019 (UTC)
 
:::::::::::I clearly objected before you made the edit. Sorry, but you obviously don't have basic knowledge on the topic when made such an edit and did not see any problem with it. You now made a [https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Rusyns&type=revision&diff=903632862&oldid=903629353 second] edit. I am warning you that you are consciously starting an edit war. I made an intermediate solution per your introduction of the discussion, you did not like it - take it to the dispute resolution, don't edit war. --[[User:Miki Filigranski|Miki Filigranski]] ([[User talk:Miki Filigranski|talk]]) 21:38, 26 June 2019 (UTC)
   
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I've found quite a good article by FRANCESCO BORRI who makes a conclusion: "The only thing we can say with some degree of certainty is that, according to Constantine Porphyrogenitus, White Croatia was: 'somewhere in Central Europe near Bavaria, beyond Hungary and next to the Frankish empire'"<ref>[https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/j.1468-0254.2011.00318.x]</ref> Why he did not mention "Ukrainian Carpathians (including Zakarpattia and Prykarpattia)", I am surprised.--[[User:Nicoljaus|Nicoljaus]] ([[User talk:Nicoljaus|talk]]) 07:50, 27 June 2019 (UTC)
 
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== '''العلامة الشيخ محمد كرم شاه الأزهري''' ==

== '''يعد الشيخ محمد كرم شاه الأزهري واحداً من كبار علماء المسلمين في القرن العشرين ، وله بصمات واضحة في مجال العلوم الدينية ، وخاصة مجال ترجمة وتفسير القرآن الكريم ، بالإضافة إلى كونه من المجددين في مجال التعليم الديني في المدارس الدينية على مستوى باكستان كلها .''' ==

== '''ولد الشيخ محمد كرم شاه في الحادي والعشرين من شهر رمضان المبارك سنة 1336هـ الموافق الأول من يوليو لعام 1918م بقرية بهيره بإقليم بنجاب (1) ، فسماه أبوه " محمد كرم شاه " (2) ، وكنى بأبي [[Muhammad Karam Shah al-Azhari|الحسنات]] ، ولقب بضياء الأمة ، وأجداده من الذين أسلموا منذ بزوغ فجر الإسلام في شبه الجزيرة العربية ، ومنهم من شرف بصحبة النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم وهو هبار بن الأسود الذى أسلم سنة ثمان للهجرة (3) . وأول من هاجر إلى السند من أجداده هو الشيخ كمال الدين علي من ولد هبار بن الأسود بن أسد بن عبد العزى بن قصي (4) . وقد خرج الشيخ كمال الدين علي هذا من مكة إلى خوارزم ، ومنها إلى الملتان في أوائل القرن الرابع الهجري (5) .''' ==

== '''ووالده هو الشيخ محمد شاه الذي ولد بقرية بهيره سنة 1890م ، وبدأ تعليمه بحفظ القرآن الكريم ، ونبغ في العلوم الدينية ، وأخذ الطريقة الجشتية عن الشيخ محمد ضياء الدين الجشتي ، ثم أنشأ مدرسة أهلية بقرية بهيره سنة 1925م (6) باسم دار العلوم المحمدية الغوثية ، ، وكان أول من التحق بهذه المدرسة هو ابنه محمد كرم شاه (7) ، وتوفي الشيخ محمد شاه عام1957م (8) .''' ==

== '''بدأ الشيخ محمد كرم شاه تعليمه بالقرآن الكريم في طفولته ، ثم التحق بالمدرسة الثانوية الحكومية ، وحصل على الثانوية عام 1936م ، ودرس العلوم الإسلامية والعربية من التفسير والحديث والفقه بالإضافة إلى الصرف والنحو والمنطق والفلسفة والبلاغة والأدب وغير ذلك من العلوم العربية والفارسية ، ثم التحق بقسم اللغة العربية بالكلية الشرقية بجامعة البنجاب عام 1941م ، وحصل على الليسانس عام 1942م . وبعد ذلك تخصص الشيخ في علم الحديث (9) على يد المحدث الكبير محمد نعيم الدين مراد آبادي عام 1943م (10) ثم التحق بجامعة البنجاب ثانية للحصول على ليسانس اللغة الإنجليزية سنة 1945م .''' ==

== '''وفي عام 1951م سافر الشيخ إلى مصر بغرض الدراسة ، والتحق بقسم القضاء بكلية الشريعة والقانون جامعة الأزهر الشريف (11) ، وفي نفس الوقت توجه إلى جامعة القاهرة ، وتلقى أصول الفقه من الإمام أبي زهرة ، والأدب العربي من الأستاذ الدكتور أحمد زكي . وهكذا أقام الشيخ محمد كرم شاه في مصر من سنة 1951م إلى سنة 1954م ، ورجع إلى بلاده بعدما تخصص في القضاء بالأزهر الشريف والأدب العربي بجامعة القاهرة ، وأصبح مهيئاً للقيام بدور علمي كبير في باكستان ظل يؤدية إلى أن توفاه الله تعالى عام 1998م .''' ==

== '''حياته العملية''' ==

== '''عين الشيخ محمد كرم شاه عميداً لجامعة دار العلوم المحمدية الغوثية الأهلية التي أسسها والده عام 1925م ، وكان أول شيء فكر فيه هو تطوير المناهج وإعداد المقررات الدراسية من جديد مستعيناً بثقافته الواسعة ، قاصداً تربية أبناء المسلمين وتوجيههم إلى التطور والتحضر ، وإخراجهم من الانغلاق إلى الانفتاح ، وولهذا قام بإجراء تعديلات وتغييرات جوهرية في نظام التعليم الذي كان سائدا منذ قرون في شبه القارة الهندية لتخريج الطلبة المسلمين بما يؤهل عقولهم لتسخير الكون وما فيه ، وقدم نظاماً جديداً يجمع بين التعليم القديم والحديث ، وتبنى فكراً يقود الناس للإسهام في التقدم وتشكيل الحضارة الإسلامية ، وهكذا أصبحت دار العلوم المحمدية تدرس طلابها التفسير والحديث والفقه والأدب العربي جنباً إلى جنب مع اللغة الإنجليزية وعلم الاقتصاد والسياسة وغير ذلك .''' ==

== '''الوظائف التي شغلها''' ==

== '''عمل الشيخ محمد كرم شاه بالقضاء في المحكمة العليا بباكستان من سنة 1981م إلى سنة 1998م ، وخلال عمله هذا لم يكن يخشى في إظهار الحق وإقامة العدل لومة لائم . يقول سكرتيره بالمحكمة العليا بباكستان (12) : " ولا ننسى أنّه نفّذ قوانين الرجم والدية والشفعة والقصاص في ضوء الكتاب والسنة ، وأجاز التصوير حسب الضرورات ، إلى غير ذلك من المساهمات القضائية التي لا تزال منارة نور للقضاة والمحامين ترشدهم إلى الحل السليم للمشاكل العصرية لإشباع الحاجات الإنسانية " .''' ==

== '''كما عيّنته الحكومة الباكستانية مندوباً دائماً لمؤتمر جنيف لتوضيح موقف باكستان تجاه الأزمات المحلية والدولية عام 1988م . وعمل الشيخ كذلك عضواً باللجنة المركزية لاستطلاع الهلال من سنة1971م إلى سنة 1976م ، ثم اختير رئيساً لهذه اللجنة من سنة 1981م إلى سنة 1986م ، وفاز بعضوية مجلس الأمناء لجامعة القائد الأعظم محمد على جناح بإسلام آباد من سنة 1986م إلى سنة 1992م ، كما كان عضواً بجمعية الدكتور مصلح الدين الإسلامية بجدة ، المملكة العربية السعودية وإسلام آباد ، باكستان عام 1995م ، والتي لا زالت تعمل لرفاهية الناس وتحسين أوضاعهم ، وكان عضوا كذلك بجمعية علماء باكستان المركزية ونائباً لرئيسها عام 1956م.''' ==

== '''كما كان الشيخ عضواً لمجلس الأمناء للجامعة الإسلامية بهاولبور باكستان من سنة 1964م إلى سنة 1968م ، وعضواً للجنة الحكومية لمجلس باكستان الهجري القومي عام 1986م ، وعضواً لمجلس المعهد العالي القومي بمدينة ميربور بكشمير الحرة ، وعضواً دائماً لجامعة الدعوة الإسلامية العالمية بباكستان ، ورئيساً لحزب جند الله الذي أسسه والده قبل استقلال باكستان عام 1957م ، وعضواً بدار المال الإسلامي بجنيف من سنة 1981م إلى سنة 1994م ، وعضواً بمجلس العلماء القومي بباكستان عام 1980م ، ورئيساً لتحرير مجلة ضياء الحرم الأردية من سنة 1969م إلى سنة1986م.''' ==

== '''زواجه وأولاده''' ==

== '''تزوج الشيخ محمد كرم شاه بابنة عمه السيدة حفصة سنة 1948م فرزق ستة أبناء وأربع بنات . أما الأبناء فهم :''' ==

== '''(1) – الشيخ محمد أمين الحسنات شاه . (2) – الحاج محمد حفيظ البركات شاه . (3) – لواء متقاعد محمد إبراهيم شاه . (4) – محمد محسن شاه . (5) – أبو الحسن محمد شاه . (6) – فاروق بهاء الحق شاه .''' ==

== '''مؤلفاته''' ==

== '''ألف الشيخ محمد كرم شاه كتباً عديدة في مجالات متعددة نذكر منها :''' ==

== '''1 - " سنة خير الأنام " ، وهو مجلد واحد ، طبع تحت رعاية مؤسسة ضياء القرآن للنشر والتوزيع سنة 1971م .''' ==

== '''2 - " ضياء القرآن " في تفسير القرآن الكريم ، ويقع فى خمسة مجلدات ، وقد ظهر هذا المؤلف باللغة الأردية خلال السبعينات ، وطبع تحت رعاية مؤسسة ضياء القرآن للنشر والتوزيع سنة 1974م لاهور – باكستان .''' ==

== '''3 - شرح قصيدة أطيب النغم للشاه ولي الله الدهلوي . ط . مؤسسة ضياء القرآن للنشر والتوزيع سنة 1985م .''' ==

== '''4 - رؤية الهلال ، مجلد واحد ، ط . مؤسسة ضياء القرآن للنشر والتوزيع سنة 1985م .''' ==

== '''5 - التعليقات على كتاب تحذير الناس للعلامة محمد قاسم نانوتوي ، مجلد واحد ، ط . مؤسسة ضياء القرآن للنشر والتوزيع سنة 1986م .''' ==

== '''6 - سحاب الكرم ، مجلد واحد ، ط . مؤسسة ضياء القرآن للنشر والتوزيع سنة 1988م .''' ==

== '''7 - فتنة إنكار ختم النبوة ، مجلد واحد ، ط . مؤسسة ضياء القرآن للنشر والتوزيع سنة 1990م .''' ==

== '''8 - " ضياء النبي " في السيرة النبوية سبعة مجلدات . ط . مؤسسة ضياء القرآن للنشر والتوزيع سنة 1992م .''' ==

== '''9 - مقالات في الموضوعات الأدبية والفكرية ، مجلدان . ط . مؤسسة ضياء القرآن للنشر والتوزيع سنة 1998م .''' ==

== '''10 - شرح ديوان " ماذا نصنع الآن يا أمم الشرق " للعلامة محمد إقبال''' ==

== '''الشاعر الباكستاني ، مجلد واحد تحت الطبع .''' ==

== '''منهج الشيخ في التصوف''' ==

== '''يعد الشيخ محمد كرم شاه واحدا من مشايخ الطريقة الجشتية التي أسسها ملك العاشقين الشيخ معين الدين الجشتي الأجميري في الهند ، وقد تميزت هذه الطريقة بالتركيز على الحب الإلهي ومحبة المصطفى صلى الله عليه وسلم بالإضافة إلى رعاية حقوق الله تعالى والاهتمام بحقوق العباد . هذا وقد أخذ الشيخ محمد كرم شاه الطريقة الجشتية في صباه من الشيخ محمد ضياء الدين الجشتي ، وبعدما انتقل الشيخ محمد ضياء الدين إلى جوار ربه عام 1950م جدد الشيخ محمد كرم شاه البيعة على يد الشيخ محمد قمر الدين الجشتي . وظل الشيخ محمد كرم شاه ينشر ضياء الحب الإلهى ونور الخلافة الإلهية فى قلوب الآخرين من خلال أعماله الفريدة ، وقيامه بمهمة إعداد المثقفين ، وتربية النفوس ، والدعوة إلى الله تعالى ورسوله صلى الله عليه وسلم دعوة تميزت بالوسطية والاعتدال طوال حياته .''' ==

== '''تكريم العالم للشيخ''' ==

== '''لاقت جهود الشيخ رحمه الله ومؤلفاته التقدير والاحترام من الدوائر الرسمية والشعبية على السواء داخل باكستان وخارجها ، فمنحته الحكومة الباكستانية وسام الامتياز ، وقلّده إيّاه الرئيس الباكستاني الأسبق الجنرال ضياء الحق رحمه الله تعالى ، كما قدّم له الرئيس المصري محمد حسني مبارك نوط الامتياز من الطبقة الأولى سنة 1992م (13) ، وذلك في احتفال مصر بليلة القدر المباركة ، وقلّده الرئيس الكشميري الأسبق سردار(14) عبد القيوم خان وسام الامتياز على كتابه " ضياء النبي "، الذي اعتبر أفضل كتاب في السيرة النبوية لعام 1993 – 1994م . كما قلدته رئيسة الوزراء الراحلة بينظير بوتو وسام الامتياز على كتابه في السيرة النبوية أيضاً (15) . وبعد مرور عامين على وفاته انعقد المؤتمر العام بمناسبة ذكرى ضياء الأمة الشيخ محمد كرم شاه في إنجلترا بجامعة الكرم (16) عام 2000م في أوائل يوليو ، وشارك في هذا المؤتمر الأستاذ الدكتور أحمد عمر هاشم رئيس جامعة الأزهر الشريف والأستاذ الدكتور طه مصطفى أبو كريشة نائب رئيس جامعة الأزهر الشريف ، كما منحته جامعة الأزهر " الدرع الفخري " عام 2000م تقديراً لإسهاماته القيّمة في النهوض بالأمة الإسلامية على المستوى الإقليمي والدولي ، وتسلم الدرع فضيلة الشيخ محمد أمين الحسنات شاه ابن الشيخ محمد كرم شاه وخليفته (17) .''' ==

== '''هوامش ومصادر ومراجع''' ==

== '''1 - الشيخ محمد صديق هزاروي ، تعارف علماء أهل السنة ، ط . المؤسسة القادرية ، باكستان س 2001 ص 272 .''' ==

== '''2 - كلمة " شاه " تستخدم للأسرة القرشية الأسدية في شبه القارة الهندية.''' ==

== '''3 - القاضي أبو المعالي أطهر المباركفوري : رجال السند والهند ، ط . أولى دار الأنصار بالقاهرة 1398هـ ص 176 .''' ==

== '''4 - زبير بكار : جمهرة نسب قريش ، ط . مكتبة دار العروبة بالقاهرة 1381هـ ص 514 .''' ==

== '''ابن حجر : الإصابة في تمييز الصحابة ج 3 ط . مصر 1939م ص 565 .''' ==

== '''5 - القاضي أبو المعالي أطهر المباركفوري : رجال السند والهند ، ط . دار الأنصار بالقاهرة 1398هـ ص 120 .''' ==

== '''6 - الشيخ محمد عبد الحكيم شرف القادري ، تذكرة أكابر أهل السنة ، ط . مؤسسة الفريد ، باكستان س 2000 م ص 476 .''' ==

== '''7 - الشيخ محمد كرم شاه : مقالات ، ج 1 جمعها وحققها البروفيسور أحمد بخش .''' ==

== '''8 - الشيخ محمد عبد الحكيم شرف القادري ، تذكرة أكابر أهل السنة ، ص 480 .''' ==

== '''9 - أحد أعلام الهند في الحديث الشريف ، ولد سنة 1300هـ في مراد آباد ، ودوس العلوم العربية والإسلامية في المدن الهندية المختلفة ، ثم تولى رئاسة شعبة الحديث الشريف في مدينة مراد آباد ، وهو من العلماء الذين أيدوا قيام باكستان ـ وبذل جهداً كبيراً في إقناع العلماء والمفكرين بفكرة توحيد الملة الإسلامية ، وله حاشية تفسيرية على القرآن باسم " خزائن العرفان "، وتوفي في مراد آباد سنة 1367هـ .''' ==

== '''انظر : محمود أحمد القادري ، تذكرة علماء أهل السنة ، ط . سني دار الإشاعة ، باكستــان س 1992م ص 255 .''' ==

== '''10 - الشيخ محمد كرم شاه ، مقالات ، ج 1 ، ص 18 .''' ==

== '''11 - البروفيسور أحمد بخش ، مجلة ضيائي حرم العدد ابريل ، س 1999م ، ص 27 .''' ==

== '''12 - محمد سعيد ، المذكرات ، مجلة شاهين باللغة الأردية ، الربع السنوي ، المجلد رقم 4 ، والعدد رقم 7 الصادرة من لاهور ، باكستان 1999 ص 69 .''' ==

== '''13 - الأهرام 20 مارس 1992م ، الجمهورية 20 مارس 1992 ، الوفد 20 مارس 1992م .''' ==

== '''14 - كلمة سردار ، تقال لمن ينتمي إلى قبيلة سردار في كشمير .''' ==

== '''15 - عمران حسين ، أجالون كا نقيب ص 16 .''' ==

== '''16 - جامعة الكرم : تأسست جامعة الكرم بمدينة ملتن كنيز سنة 1985م ، ومؤسسها هو الشيخ محمد إمداد حسين باسم الشيخ محمد كرم شاه ، وتدرس فيها العلوم العربية والإسلامية حسب مقتضيات العصر والبيئة المحيطة بها بهدف تشكيـل وبناء مجتمع إسلامي في أوربا عامة وفي بريطانيا خاصة ، ثم انتقلت هذه الجامعة من مدينة ملتن كنيز إلى مدينة ايتن بال سنة 1995م ولا تزال الجامعة تقوم بنشر الوعي الديني والثقافي على منهج الشيخ محمد كرم شاه .''' ==

== '''17 - ذو الفقار حيدر ، الاحتفال السنوي بمناسبة ذكرى ضياء الأمة محمد كرم شاه ، مجلة " الكرم " الربع السنوي العدد 3 ط . مؤسسة الكرم ايتن بال 2000م ص 19 .''' ==

Perth Modern School

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It is 170.3&nbsp;km long [[highway]] from [[Delhi]] to [[Saharanpur]]. . Written by Ramji Suneja (Ex-President) Indian Industries Association (IIA) Lucknow Uttar Pradesh. whereinA Saharanpur chapter shall start an agitation for completion of Saharanpur Jalalabad patch road SH-57 by the month of July/August 2011.
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The nests may be hemispherical, teardrop shaped, bag-like, and blanket-like (surrounding part of a trunk or branch), and may be at any height on the tree. The diameter may range from about 25mm (one inch) to stretching several meters up the trunk. The caterpillars stay in these nests during the day between feeding periods, and later in the summer they remain in the nests to pupate into adult moths.<ref name=forestry/>
 
The nests may be hemispherical, teardrop shaped, bag-like, and blanket-like (surrounding part of a trunk or branch), and may be at any height on the tree. The diameter may range from about 25mm (one inch) to stretching several meters up the trunk. The caterpillars stay in these nests during the day between feeding periods, and later in the summer they remain in the nests to pupate into adult moths.<ref name=forestry/>
   
The caterpillars are mostly found in oak trees or on the ground under them in late spring and early summer, and do not live on fences, walls, etc. as other caterpillars do. They have very long, white hairs contrasting markedly with shorter hairs.<ref name=forestry/> Several other caterpillars may be mistaken for OPM.<ref>{{cite web |url=https://www.forestresearch.gov.uk/research/native-species-that-may-be-mistaken-for-oak-processionary-moth/ |title=Native species that may be mistaken for oak processionary moth|website=Forest Research|date=2019|author= |accessdate= 31 January 2019}}</ref>
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The caterpillars are mostly found in oak trees or on the ground under them in late spring and early summer, and do not live on fences, walls, etc. as other caterpillars do. They have very long, white hairs contrasting markedly with shorter hairs.<ref name=forestry/> The caterpillars of several other species may be mistaken for the oak processionary.<ref>{{cite web |url=https://www.forestresearch.gov.uk/research/native-species-that-may-be-mistaken-for-oak-processionary-moth/ |title=Native species that may be mistaken for oak processionary moth|website=Forest Research|date=2019|author= |accessdate= 31 January 2019}}</ref>
   
 
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The final voyage of ''Empress of Asia'' began in November 1941, when she sailed from [[Liverpool]] carrying troops and supplies bound for Africa, [[Bombay]] and Singapore.
 
The final voyage of ''Empress of Asia'' began in November 1941, when she sailed from [[Liverpool]] carrying troops and supplies bound for Africa, [[Bombay]] and Singapore.
   
''Empress of Asia'' was one of five ships that were carrying troops and military [[materiel]] and supplies to reinforce Singapore in the face of the rapid [[Battle of Singapore|Japanese advance]] on the island following their successful conquest of British Malaya by the beginning of 1942. The convoy, designated BM.12, had come under an aerial attack in the [[Bangka Strait]] on 4 February 1942 and suffered only minor damage. On 5 February, as the convoy sailed into and entered the western approaches to Singapore, serious fierce attacks were pressed against it by the Japanese military south of the [[Sultan Shoal Lighthouse]].{{sfn|Gill|1957|pp=527—529}} Nine Japanese dive-bombers focused their airborne assault on the ''Empress of Asia''.<ref name="awmP00634.001">Australian War Memorial (AWM): [http://cas.awm.gov.au/TST2/cst.acct_master?surl=1680181408ZZAVMJDMOGFK37084&stype=3&simplesearch=&v_umo=&v_product_id=&screen_name=&screen_parms=&screen_type=RIGHT&bvers=5&bplatform=Netscape&bos=Win32 caption for archive photo (ID No. P00634.001), ''Empress of Asia'' sinks]{{dead link|date=January 2018 |bot=InternetArchiveBot |fix-attempted=yes }}</ref> The second element of the convoy composed of the ''Empress of Asia'', [[:fr:Félix Roussel|''Félix Roussel'']] and the [[City of Canterbury (1922)|''City of Canterbury'']], escorted by {{HMAS|Yarra|U77|6}} and {{HMS|Danae|D44|6}}, and sighted vessels in the nearby waters with the ''Empress of Asia'' on fire, burning amidships, approaching [[Sultan Shoal]]. The ship anchored off the shoal with its onboard personnel gathered on the bow and the stern. The escort vessels, {{HMAS|Wollongong|J172|6}}, {{HMS|Danae|D44|6}} and {{HMIS|Sutlej|U95|6}}, stood by while HMAS Yarra's captain, [[Wilfred Hastings Harrington|Wilfred Harrington]], carefully manoeuvered the bow of his ship alongside the flaming and severely-damaged liner's stern and rescued away 1804 survivors. {{HMAS|Bendigo|J187}}, which had been in the vicinity, picked up 78 more, while the ''Wollongong'' saved the last two persons on the now-sinking ship, its master (captain) and chief-engineer.{{sfn|Gill|1957|pp=527—529}} There were a total of 16 deaths on the ''Empress of Asia'' which resulted from when she was attacked and destroyed. The ship finally sank near the small island of Sultan Shoal (then located in the western harbour-approaches of Singapore, presently between the West Jurong and AlGas Anchorages beside Temasek Fairway) about {{convert|8|km|mi}} to the southwest of the western tip of the mainland of [[Singapore Island]]. Despite maritime-salvage efforts organized by [[Robert William Rankin|Robert W. Rankin]], all the military equipment and other crucial and vital supplies were lost and declared irrecoverable.<ref>Allied Merchant Navy of World War II: [http://members.tripod.com/~merchantships/cprships2.html Role of CPR ships]; ''Australian Dictionary of Biography'' (ADB): [http://www.adb.online.anu.edu.au/biogs/A140446b.htm Wilfred Hastings Harrington, KBE]; ADB: [http://www.adb.online.anu.edu.au/biogs/A160067b.htm Robert William Rankin]</ref> Singapore would eventually fall to and come under the rule of Imperial Japan only ten days later (on 15 February 1942), which makes it difficult to speculate about what differences or changes to the outcome of the battle the ''Empress of Asia'' could have made if the ship had not been sunk. It was said that much of the vital military materiel and aid-supplies lost in the sinking of the ship would have been supplied and provided to the badly-equipped [[Dalforce|Singapore Chinese Anti-Japanese Volunteer Battalion]] as well as reinforcing and strengthening the rest of the poorly-equipped and ill-supplied British-commanded defending troops, aside from British troops, comprising Australian, Indian and Malayan soldiers.
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''Empress of Asia'' was one of five ships that were carrying troops and military [[materiel]] and supplies to reinforce Singapore in the face of the rapid [[Battle of Singapore|Japanese advance]] on the island following their successful conquest of British Malaya by the beginning of 1942. The convoy, designated BM.12, had come under an aerial attack in the [[Bangka Strait]] on 4 February 1942 and suffered only minor damage. On 5 February, as the convoy sailed into and entered the western approaches to Singapore, serious fierce attacks were pressed against it by the Japanese military south of the [[Sultan Shoal Lighthouse]].{{sfn|Gill|1957|pp=527–529}} Nine Japanese dive-bombers focused their airborne assault on the ''Empress of Asia''.<ref name="awmP00634.001">Australian War Memorial (AWM): [http://cas.awm.gov.au/TST2/cst.acct_master?surl=1680181408ZZAVMJDMOGFK37084&stype=3&simplesearch=&v_umo=&v_product_id=&screen_name=&screen_parms=&screen_type=RIGHT&bvers=5&bplatform=Netscape&bos=Win32 caption for archive photo (ID No. P00634.001), ''Empress of Asia'' sinks]{{dead link|date=January 2018 |bot=InternetArchiveBot |fix-attempted=yes }}</ref> The second element of the convoy composed of the ''Empress of Asia'', [[:fr:Félix Roussel|''Félix Roussel'']] and the [[City of Canterbury (1922)|''City of Canterbury'']], escorted by {{HMAS|Yarra|U77|6}} and {{HMS|Danae|D44|6}}, and sighted vessels in the nearby waters with the ''Empress of Asia'' on fire, burning amidships, approaching [[Sultan Shoal]]. The ship anchored off the shoal with its onboard personnel gathered on the bow and the stern. The escort vessels, {{HMAS|Wollongong|J172|6}}, {{HMS|Danae|D44|6}} and {{HMIS|Sutlej|U95|6}}, stood by while HMAS Yarra's captain, [[Wilfred Hastings Harrington|Wilfred Harrington]], carefully manoeuvered the bow of his ship alongside the flaming and severely-damaged liner's stern and rescued away 1804 survivors. {{HMAS|Bendigo|J187}}, which had been in the vicinity, picked up 78 more, while the ''Wollongong'' saved the last two persons on the now-sinking ship, its master (captain) and chief-engineer.{{sfn|Gill|1957|pp=527–529}} There were a total of 16 deaths on the ''Empress of Asia'' which resulted from when she was attacked and destroyed. The ship finally sank near the small island of Sultan Shoal (then located in the western harbour-approaches of Singapore, presently between the West Jurong and AlGas Anchorages beside Temasek Fairway) about {{convert|8|km|mi}} to the southwest of the western tip of the mainland of [[Singapore Island]]. Despite maritime-salvage efforts organized by [[Robert William Rankin|Robert W. Rankin]], all the military equipment and other crucial and vital supplies were lost and declared irrecoverable.<ref>Allied Merchant Navy of World War II: [http://members.tripod.com/~merchantships/cprships2.html Role of CPR ships]; ''Australian Dictionary of Biography'' (ADB): [http://www.adb.online.anu.edu.au/biogs/A140446b.htm Wilfred Hastings Harrington, KBE]; ADB: [http://www.adb.online.anu.edu.au/biogs/A160067b.htm Robert William Rankin]</ref> Singapore would eventually fall to and come under the rule of Imperial Japan only ten days later (on 15 February 1942), which makes it difficult to speculate about what differences or changes to the outcome of the battle the ''Empress of Asia'' could have made if the ship had not been sunk. It was said that much of the vital military materiel and aid-supplies lost in the sinking of the ship would have been supplied and provided to the badly-equipped [[Dalforce|Singapore Chinese Anti-Japanese Volunteer Battalion]] as well as reinforcing and strengthening the rest of the poorly-equipped and ill-supplied British-commanded defending troops, aside from British troops, comprising Australian, Indian and Malayan soldiers.
   
 
The last convoy of evacuees leaving Singapore included SS ''Sing Kheng Seng'' of the Straits Shipping Company, carrying 45 crewmen from ''Empress of Asia'' along with an unknown number of others.<ref>[http://singaporeevacuation1942.blogspot.com/ Singapore evacuation 1942]: Civilian evacuation lists; 13 February 1942.</ref>
 
The last convoy of evacuees leaving Singapore included SS ''Sing Kheng Seng'' of the Straits Shipping Company, carrying 45 crewmen from ''Empress of Asia'' along with an unknown number of others.<ref>[http://singaporeevacuation1942.blogspot.com/ Singapore evacuation 1942]: Civilian evacuation lists; 13 February 1942.</ref>

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::The majority of vandalism on this page appears to originate from India. A checkuser on these "contributions" might show if they are actually the same person(s). Otherwise, a much longer protection of this page will be necessary. [[User:David J Johnson|David J Johnson]] ([[User talk:David J Johnson|talk]]) 21:23, 26 June 2019 (UTC)
 
::The majority of vandalism on this page appears to originate from India. A checkuser on these "contributions" might show if they are actually the same person(s). Otherwise, a much longer protection of this page will be necessary. [[User:David J Johnson|David J Johnson]] ([[User talk:David J Johnson|talk]]) 21:23, 26 June 2019 (UTC)
 
:::If you are right, a indefinite block might work but majority of Indians use a shared IP connection (either it's from mobile data or broadband) and therefore their IP changes from time to time. Also I think we can reduce by a range block but that will affect other editors as well. I think the best way to keep this page safe is to indefinitely semi-protect it.[[User:Masumrezarock100|<u style="color:#087643;font-face:arial;text-shadow:gray 0.2em 0.2em 0.4em;">'''''Masum Reza'''''</u>]][[User_talk:Masumrezarock100|<sup style="color:orange;">''📞''</sup>]] 22:26, 26 June 2019 (UTC)
 
:::If you are right, a indefinite block might work but majority of Indians use a shared IP connection (either it's from mobile data or broadband) and therefore their IP changes from time to time. Also I think we can reduce by a range block but that will affect other editors as well. I think the best way to keep this page safe is to indefinitely semi-protect it.[[User:Masumrezarock100|<u style="color:#087643;font-face:arial;text-shadow:gray 0.2em 0.2em 0.4em;">'''''Masum Reza'''''</u>]][[User_talk:Masumrezarock100|<sup style="color:orange;">''📞''</sup>]] 22:26, 26 June 2019 (UTC)
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::::Indefblocking IP addresses is a big no-no, basically for the reason you give. As well as people's IP addresses changing, the addresses themselves can change hands. – [[user:filelakeshoe|filelakeshoe]] ([[user talk:filelakeshoe|t]] / [[special:contributions/filelakeshoe|c]]) [[user:filelakeshoe/kocour|🐱]] 07:50, 27 June 2019 (UTC)
 
It is very sad to see Wikipedians losing confidence in the open-access model of the "encyclopedia that anyone can edit". This talk page gets between 1,000 and 2,000 page views every day, but it is only edited a handful of time a day, and reverting occasional random vandalism is easy enough at the click of a button. Just go ahead and lock down the entire thing if you are so concerned about keeping it "safe". [[Special:Contributions/213.205.240.239|213.205.240.239]] ([[User talk:213.205.240.239|talk]]) 07:04, 27 June 2019 (UTC)
 
It is very sad to see Wikipedians losing confidence in the open-access model of the "encyclopedia that anyone can edit". This talk page gets between 1,000 and 2,000 page views every day, but it is only edited a handful of time a day, and reverting occasional random vandalism is easy enough at the click of a button. Just go ahead and lock down the entire thing if you are so concerned about keeping it "safe". [[Special:Contributions/213.205.240.239|213.205.240.239]] ([[User talk:213.205.240.239|talk]]) 07:04, 27 June 2019 (UTC)

Talk:Roberto Jiménez Gago

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[[:Roberto Jiménez Gago]] → {{no redirect|Roberto (footballer, born 1986)}} – Commonly known as "Roberto". Redirect for [[Roberto (footballer)]] exists to another footballer commonly known as "Roberto". [[User:Egghead06|Egghead06]] ([[User talk:Egghead06|talk]]) 05:23, 1 June 2019 (UTC)<small>--'''''Relisting.'''''&nbsp;[[User:DannyS712|DannyS712]] ([[User talk:DannyS712|talk]]) 21:13, 10 June 2019 (UTC)</small>
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[[:Roberto Jiménez Gago]] → {{no redirect|Roberto (footballer, born 1986)}} – Commonly known as "Roberto". Redirect for [[Roberto (footballer)]] exists to another footballer commonly known as "Roberto". [[User:Egghead06|Egghead06]] ([[User talk:Egghead06|talk]]) 05:23, 1 June 2019 (UTC)<small>--'''''Relisting.'''''&nbsp;[[User:DannyS712|DannyS712]] ([[User talk:DannyS712|talk]]) 21:13, 10 June 2019 (UTC)</small> <small>--'''''Relisting.'''''&nbsp;—&nbsp;'''''[[User:Newslinger|<span style="color:#536267;">Newslinger</span>]]'''&nbsp;<small>[[User talk:Newslinger#top|<span style="color:#708090;">talk</span>]]</small>'' 07:50, 27 June 2019 (UTC)</small>
 
*'''Support''' per nomination. A nomination of [[Roberto Rodrigo]] → [[Roberto (footballer, born 1988)]] is also being submitted for the one-sentence stub delineating the other footballer. The main title header for a third footballer, [[Roberto Rodrigo]] → [[Roberto (footballer, born 1944)]], is likewise eligible for renaming. I am therefore revising the redirect [[Roberto (footballer)]] so that it no longer points to [[Roberto Rodrigo]], but directly to the [[Robert#Others]] name page.&nbsp;—[[User:Roman Spinner|'''Roman Spinner''']] <small>[[User talk:Roman Spinner|(talk]] • [[Special:Contributions/Roman Spinner|contribs)]]</small> 06:07, 1 June 2019 (UTC)
 
*'''Support''' per nomination. A nomination of [[Roberto Rodrigo]] → [[Roberto (footballer, born 1988)]] is also being submitted for the one-sentence stub delineating the other footballer. The main title header for a third footballer, [[Roberto Rodrigo]] → [[Roberto (footballer, born 1944)]], is likewise eligible for renaming. I am therefore revising the redirect [[Roberto (footballer)]] so that it no longer points to [[Roberto Rodrigo]], but directly to the [[Robert#Others]] name page.&nbsp;—[[User:Roman Spinner|'''Roman Spinner''']] <small>[[User talk:Roman Spinner|(talk]] • [[Special:Contributions/Roman Spinner|contribs)]]</small> 06:07, 1 June 2019 (UTC)
 
*'''Oppose''' just don't believe that his surname is totally unknown. [[User:In ictu oculi|In ictu oculi]] ([[User talk:In ictu oculi|talk]]) 17:53, 1 June 2019 (UTC)
 
*'''Oppose''' just don't believe that his surname is totally unknown. [[User:In ictu oculi|In ictu oculi]] ([[User talk:In ictu oculi|talk]]) 17:53, 1 June 2019 (UTC)

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|years4 ={{nbay|2012|start}}–{{nbay|2013|end}} |team4 = [[Los Angeles Clippers]]
 
|years5 ={{nbay|2014|full=y}} |team5 = [[Orlando Magic]]
 
|years5 ={{nbay|2014|full=y}} |team5 = [[Orlando Magic]]
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2019 European Parliament election

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Talk:Matt Riddle (rugby league)

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Gli indifferenti

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Softcat

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== Explain IT Podcast ==
 
== Explain IT Podcast ==
On 14 March 2018, Softcat launched a [[podcast]], Explain IT.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/explain-it/id1359138432?mt=2|title=Explain IT by Softcat on Apple Podcasts|website=Apple Podcasts|access-date=19 December 2018}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|url=http://podcast.softcat.com/|title=Explain IT|website=podcast.softcat.com|access-date=19 December 2018}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|url=https://open.spotify.com/show/428KjpZevM3EbqDR2JnpNw|title=Explain IT|website=open.spotify.com|access-date=19 December 2018}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkLnBpcHBhLmlvL3B1YmxpYy9zaG93cy81YWE4ZTg1N2UyNGI2YWFkMjQxYTFmZTE%3D|title=Google Podcasts – Explain IT|last=Softcat|publisher=Google|access-date=19 December 2018}}</ref> During its first season, Explain IT charted at Number 39 on the UK [[iTunes]] podcast chart.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.itunescharts.net/uk/artists/podcast/softcat/podcasts/explain-it/|title=iTunesCharts.net: 'Explain IT' by Softcat (British Podcasts iTunes Chart)|website=''itunescharts.net''|access-date=19 December 2018}}</ref> In December 2018, Softcat announced on its podcast feed that it would be launching a second season in January 2019.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/explain-it/id1359138432?mt=2|title=Explain IT by Softcat on Apple Podcasts|website=Apple Podcasts|access-date=19 December 2018}}</ref> On 3 January 2019, Explain IT launched its second season.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.softcat.com/podcasts/explain-it/s02e01/|title=Explain IT Season 2, Episode 1 - 2019 Tech predictions|website=Softcat|language=en|access-date=2019-01-08}}</ref> Explain IT has been nominated in the 2019 CRN Sales and Marketing Awards for the best marketing campaign. <ref>{{Cite web|url=https://events.channelweb.co.uk/static/shortlist-2019|title=Sales & Marketing Awards 2019|website=events.channelweb.co.uk|language=en-US|access-date=2019-06-25}}</ref>
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On 14 March 2018, Softcat launched a [[podcast]], Explain IT.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/explain-it/id1359138432?mt=2|title=Explain IT by Softcat on Apple Podcasts|website=Apple Podcasts|access-date=19 December 2018}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|url=http://podcast.softcat.com/|title=Explain IT|website=podcast.softcat.com|access-date=19 December 2018}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|url=https://open.spotify.com/show/428KjpZevM3EbqDR2JnpNw|title=Explain IT|website=open.spotify.com|access-date=19 December 2018}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkLnBpcHBhLmlvL3B1YmxpYy9zaG93cy81YWE4ZTg1N2UyNGI2YWFkMjQxYTFmZTE%3D|title=Google Podcasts – Explain IT|last=Softcat|publisher=Google|access-date=19 December 2018}}</ref> During its first season, Explain IT charted at Number 39 on the UK [[iTunes]] podcast chart.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.itunescharts.net/uk/artists/podcast/softcat/podcasts/explain-it/|title=iTunesCharts.net: 'Explain IT' by Softcat (British Podcasts iTunes Chart)|website=''itunescharts.net''|access-date=19 December 2018}}</ref> In December 2018, Softcat announced on its podcast feed that it would be launching a second season in January 2019.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/explain-it/id1359138432?mt=2|title=Explain IT by Softcat on Apple Podcasts|website=Apple Podcasts|access-date=19 December 2018}}</ref> On 3 January 2019, Explain IT launched its second season.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.softcat.com/podcasts/explain-it/s02e01/|title=Explain IT Season 2, Episode 1 - 2019 Tech predictions|website=Softcat|language=en|access-date=2019-01-08}}</ref> Explain IT has been nominated in the 2019 CRN Sales and Marketing Awards for the best marketing campaign. <ref>{{Cite web|url=https://events.channelweb.co.uk/sma/static/shortlist-2019|title=Sales & Marketing Awards 2019|last=|first=|date=|website=events.channelweb.co.uk|language=en-US|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|access-date=2019-06-25}}</ref>
   
 
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British Darts Organisation

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The BDO set the rules which govern the game of darts, including the distance of the throwing oche (2.37m / 7&nbsp;ft 9 ¼ inches) and the height and dimensions of the board. The BDO organised the first [[World Professional Darts Championship]] in 1978, known for many years as The [[Embassy (cigarette)|Embassy]] – due to its sponsorship by [[Imperial Tobacco]]. It is now known as the [[BDO World Darts Championship|Lakeside World Professional Darts Championship]] – or Lakeside for short.
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Des Jacklin sets the rules which govern the game of darts, including the distance of the throwing oche (2.37m / 7&nbsp;ft 9 ¼ inches) and the height and dimensions of the board. The BDO organised the first [[World Professional Darts Championship]] in 1978, known for many years as The [[Embassy (cigarette)|Embassy]] – due to its sponsorship by [[Imperial Tobacco]]. It is now known as the [[BDO World Darts Championship|Lakeside World Professional Darts Championship]] – or Lakeside for short.
   
 
==Split in darts==
 
==Split in darts==

User:Mukund Victor

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User account Mukund Victor was created

TC (complexity)

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In [[theoretical computer science]], and specifically [[computational complexity theory]] and [[circuit complexity]], '''TC''' is a [[complexity class]] of [[Decision problem|decision problems]] that can be recognized by threshold circuits, which are [[Boolean circuit]]s with [[AND gate|AND]], [[OR gate|OR]], and [[Majority gate]]s. For each fixed ''i'', the complexity class '''TC<sup>i</sup>''' consists of all languages that can be recognized by a family of threshold circuits of depth <math>O(\log^i n)</math>, [[polynomial]] size, and unbounded [[fanin]]. The class '''TC''' is defined via
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In [[theoretical computer science]], and specifically [[computational complexity theory]] and [[circuit complexity]], '''TC''' is a [[complexity class]] of [[Decision problem|decision problems]] that can be recognized by threshold circuits, which are [[Boolean circuit]]s with [[AND gate|AND]], [[OR gate|OR]], and [[Majority gate]]s. For each fixed ''i'', the complexity class '''TC<sup>i</sup>''' consists of all languages that can be recognized by a family of threshold circuits of depth <math>O(\log^i n)</math>, [[polynomial]] size, and unbounded [[fan-in]]. The class '''TC''' is defined via
 
:<math>\mbox{TC} = \bigcup_{i \geq 0} \mbox{TC}^i.</math>
 
:<math>\mbox{TC} = \bigcup_{i \geq 0} \mbox{TC}^i.</math>
   

Martin Garrix discography

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! scope="row"| "[[Summer Days (Martin Garrix song)|Summer Days]]" <br>{{small|(featuring [[Macklemore]] and [[Patrick Stump]])}}<ref>{{Cite web|last=Meadow|first=Matthew|url=https://www.youredm.com/2019/04/22/martin-garrixs-new-song-summer-days-with-macklemore-fall-out-boy-out-thursday/|date=22 April 2019|title=Martin Garrix's New Song 'Summer Days' With Macklemore & Fall Out Boy out Thursday|website=Your EDM|accessdate=23 April 2019}}</ref>
 
! scope="row"| "[[Summer Days (Martin Garrix song)|Summer Days]]" <br>{{small|(featuring [[Macklemore]] and [[Patrick Stump]])}}<ref>{{Cite web|last=Meadow|first=Matthew|url=https://www.youredm.com/2019/04/22/martin-garrixs-new-song-summer-days-with-macklemore-fall-out-boy-out-thursday/|date=22 April 2019|title=Martin Garrix's New Song 'Summer Days' With Macklemore & Fall Out Boy out Thursday|website=Your EDM|accessdate=23 April 2019}}</ref>
| 16 || 47<br /><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.ariacharts.com.au/charts/singles-chart|title=ARIA Australian Top 50 Singles|publisher=[[Australian Recording Industry Association]]|date=10 June 2019|accessdate=8 June 2019}}</ref> || 18 || 44 || 68<br /><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.snepmusique.com/tops-semaine/top-singles-megafusion/?ye=2019&we=24|title=Le Top de la semaine : Top Singles (téléchargement + streaming) – SNEP (Week 24, 2019)|publisher=[[Syndicat National de l'Édition Phonographique]]|language=French|accessdate=17 June 2019}}</ref> || 24 || 34<br /><ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.sverigetopplistan.se/chart/41?dspy=2019&dspp=22|title=Veckolista Singlar, vecka 22|publisher=[[Sverigetopplistan]]|accessdate=31 May 2019}}</ref> || 22 || 34 || ―{{efn|group=upper-alpha|"Summer Days" did not enter the ''Billboard'' Hot 100, but peaked at number five on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.<ref name="Bubbling Under Hot 100"/>}}
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