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2019 Africa Cup of Nations Group E

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Mauritania vs Angola

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|referee = [[Ibrahim Nour El Din]] ([[Egyptian Football Association|Egypt]])
 
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|report = https://www.cafonline.com/total-africa-cup-of-nations/matches/22/
 
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Jared Gordon

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| other_names = Alex Aung Khant
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| known_for = A young politician, activist, and urban specialist
 
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'''Aung Khant (အောင်ခန့်) (a) Alex Aung Khant''' is a young politician, activist, and urban specialist. A trained urban planner and at 25 years of age, Aung Khant ran for the 2019 Yangon City Development Committee's municipal <ref>{{cite web |title=YCDC |url=https://www.ycdc.gov.mm/ |website=YCDC |publisher=YCDC}}</ref> elections, making him the youngest candidate to run in elections in [[Myanmar]] contemporary history. His first attempt in local elections was met with much public support, especially among the youth, and he was also the first independent candidate to win more than 20,000 votes in local city elections despite low public turnout.
 
'''Aung Khant (အောင်ခန့်) (a) Alex Aung Khant''' is a young politician, activist, and urban specialist. A trained urban planner and at 25 years of age, Aung Khant ran for the 2019 Yangon City Development Committee's municipal <ref>{{cite web |title=YCDC |url=https://www.ycdc.gov.mm/ |website=YCDC |publisher=YCDC}}</ref> elections, making him the youngest candidate to run in elections in [[Myanmar]] contemporary history. His first attempt in local elections was met with much public support, especially among the youth, and he was also the first independent candidate to win more than 20,000 votes in local city elections despite low public turnout.

Kedaulatan Rakyat

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Initially, ''Kedaulatan Rakyat'' consisted of 16 pages. Recently, it has become the largest newspaper in [[Yogyakarta]] and southern [[Central Java]], and circulates 125,000 copies. It is considered the first newspaper to be published after [[Proclamation of Indonesian Independence|Indonesian independence]], and the oldest Indonesian newspaper still in print.
 
Initially, ''Kedaulatan Rakyat'' consisted of 16 pages. Recently, it has become the largest newspaper in [[Yogyakarta]] and southern [[Central Java]], and circulates 125,000 copies. It is considered the first newspaper to be published after [[Proclamation of Indonesian Independence|Indonesian independence]], and the oldest Indonesian newspaper still in print.
   
Its motto is ''Suara Hati Nurani Rakyat'' (the Voice of the People's Conscience).
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Its motto is ''Suara Hati Nurani Rakyat'' (Voice of the People's Conscience).
   
 
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==History==

Roe v. Wade

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Justice [[John Paul Stevens]], while agreeing with the decision, has suggested that it should have been more narrowly focused on the issue of privacy. According to Stevens, if the decision had avoided the trimester framework and simply stated that the right to privacy included a right to choose abortion, "it might have been much more acceptable" from a legal standpoint.<ref>{{cite news|last= Rosen|first=Jeffrey|author-link=Jeffrey Rosen (academic)|title=The Dissenter|url=https://www.nytimes.com/2007/09/23/magazine/23stevens-t.html|work=[[The New York Times Magazine]]|date=September 23, 2007 }} Rosen notes that Stevens is "the oldest and arguably most liberal justice."</ref> Justice [[Ruth Bader Ginsburg]] had, before joining the Court, criticized the decision for ending a nascent movement to liberalize [[abortion law]] through legislation.<ref>Ginsburg, Ruth. "[http://www.blogdenovo.org/archives/63_N_C_L_Rev_375.doc Some Thoughts on Autonomy and Equality in Relation to Roe v. Wade]", 63 ''North Carolina Law Review'' 375 (1985): "The political process was moving in the early 1970s, not swiftly enough for advocates of quick, complete change, but majoritarian institutions were listening and acting. Heavy-handed judicial intervention was difficult to justify and appears to have provoked, not resolved, conflict." Retrieved January 23, 2007.</ref> Ginsburg has also faulted the Court's approach for being "about a doctor's freedom to practice his profession as he thinks best.... It wasn't woman-centered. It was physician-centered."<ref>{{cite news|last=Bullington|first=Jonathan|title=Justice Ginsburg: Roe v. Wade not 'woman-centered'|url=http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/breaking/chi-justice-ginsburg-roe-v-wade-not-womancentered-20130511,0,3079568.story|newspaper=Chicago Tribune|date=May 11, 2013}}</ref> [[Watergate scandal|Watergate]] prosecutor [[Archibald Cox]] wrote: "[''Roe''{{'}}s] failure to confront the issue in principled terms leaves the opinion to read like a set of hospital rules and regulations.... Neither historian, nor layman, nor lawyer will be persuaded that all the prescriptions of Justice Blackmun are part of the Constitution."<ref>Cox, Archibald. ''[https://books.google.com/?id=ZrYdAAAAMAAJ The Role of the Supreme Court in American Government]'', 113–14 (Oxford U. Press 1976), via Google Books. Retrieved January 26, 2007. [[Stuart Taylor Jr.|Stuart Taylor]] has argued that "''Roe v. Wade'' was sort of conjured up out of very general phrases and was recorded, even by most liberal scholars like Archibald Cox at the time, John Harvey Link – just to name two Harvard scholars – as kind of made-up constitutional law." See [[Stuart Taylor Jr.]], [https://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/law/july-dec00/scotus_7-13.html Online News Hour], ''PBS'' 2000-07-13.</ref>
 
Justice [[John Paul Stevens]], while agreeing with the decision, has suggested that it should have been more narrowly focused on the issue of privacy. According to Stevens, if the decision had avoided the trimester framework and simply stated that the right to privacy included a right to choose abortion, "it might have been much more acceptable" from a legal standpoint.<ref>{{cite news|last= Rosen|first=Jeffrey|author-link=Jeffrey Rosen (academic)|title=The Dissenter|url=https://www.nytimes.com/2007/09/23/magazine/23stevens-t.html|work=[[The New York Times Magazine]]|date=September 23, 2007 }} Rosen notes that Stevens is "the oldest and arguably most liberal justice."</ref> Justice [[Ruth Bader Ginsburg]] had, before joining the Court, criticized the decision for ending a nascent movement to liberalize [[abortion law]] through legislation.<ref>Ginsburg, Ruth. "[http://www.blogdenovo.org/archives/63_N_C_L_Rev_375.doc Some Thoughts on Autonomy and Equality in Relation to Roe v. Wade]", 63 ''North Carolina Law Review'' 375 (1985): "The political process was moving in the early 1970s, not swiftly enough for advocates of quick, complete change, but majoritarian institutions were listening and acting. Heavy-handed judicial intervention was difficult to justify and appears to have provoked, not resolved, conflict." Retrieved January 23, 2007.</ref> Ginsburg has also faulted the Court's approach for being "about a doctor's freedom to practice his profession as he thinks best.... It wasn't woman-centered. It was physician-centered."<ref>{{cite news|last=Bullington|first=Jonathan|title=Justice Ginsburg: Roe v. Wade not 'woman-centered'|url=http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/breaking/chi-justice-ginsburg-roe-v-wade-not-womancentered-20130511,0,3079568.story|newspaper=Chicago Tribune|date=May 11, 2013}}</ref> [[Watergate scandal|Watergate]] prosecutor [[Archibald Cox]] wrote: "[''Roe''{{'}}s] failure to confront the issue in principled terms leaves the opinion to read like a set of hospital rules and regulations.... Neither historian, nor layman, nor lawyer will be persuaded that all the prescriptions of Justice Blackmun are part of the Constitution."<ref>Cox, Archibald. ''[https://books.google.com/?id=ZrYdAAAAMAAJ The Role of the Supreme Court in American Government]'', 113–14 (Oxford U. Press 1976), via Google Books. Retrieved January 26, 2007. [[Stuart Taylor Jr.|Stuart Taylor]] has argued that "''Roe v. Wade'' was sort of conjured up out of very general phrases and was recorded, even by most liberal scholars like Archibald Cox at the time, John Harvey Link – just to name two Harvard scholars – as kind of made-up constitutional law." See [[Stuart Taylor Jr.]], [https://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/law/july-dec00/scotus_7-13.html Online News Hour], ''PBS'' 2000-07-13.</ref>
   
In a highly cited 1973 article in the ''[[Yale Law Journal]]'' published in the months after the decision,<ref name=":1"/> the American legal scholar [[John Hart Ely]] harshly criticized ''Roe''{{'s}} as a decision that was completely disconnected from American constitutional law.<ref>Ely, John Hart. "[http://www.timothypcarney.com/wages-wolf.htm The Wages of Crying Wolf] {{webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20070625170521/http://www.timothypcarney.com/wages-wolf.htm |date=2007-06-25 }}", 82 ''Yale Law Journal'' 920 (1973). Retrieved January 23, 2007. Professor Ely "supported the availability of abortion as a matter of policy." See Liptak, Adam. [https://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9502E2DF1131F934A15753C1A9659C8B63 "John Hart Ely, a Constitutional Scholar, Is Dead at 64"], ''The New York Times'' (2003-10-27). Ely is generally regarded as having been a "liberal constitutional scholar." Perry, Michael (1999). {{Google books|ka8ajkxQWxkC|We the People: The Fourteenth Amendment and the Supreme Court}}{{cite web|url=http://www.timothypcarney.com/wages-wolf.htm |title=Archived copy |accessdate=October 5, 2009 |deadurl=bot: unknown |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20070625170521/http://www.timothypcarney.com/wages-wolf.htm |archivedate=June 25, 2007 |df= }}</ref>
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In a highly cited 1973 article in the ''[[Yale Law Journal]]'' published in the months after the decision,<ref name=":1"/> the American legal scholar [[John Hart Ely]] harshly criticized ''Roe''{{'s}} as a decision that was disconnected from American constitutional law.<ref>Ely, John Hart. "[http://www.timothypcarney.com/wages-wolf.htm The Wages of Crying Wolf] {{webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20070625170521/http://www.timothypcarney.com/wages-wolf.htm |date=2007-06-25 }}", 82 ''Yale Law Journal'' 920 (1973). Retrieved January 23, 2007. Professor Ely "supported the availability of abortion as a matter of policy." See Liptak, Adam. [https://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9502E2DF1131F934A15753C1A9659C8B63 "John Hart Ely, a Constitutional Scholar, Is Dead at 64"], ''The New York Times'' (2003-10-27). Ely is generally regarded as having been a "liberal constitutional scholar." Perry, Michael (1999). {{Google books|ka8ajkxQWxkC|We the People: The Fourteenth Amendment and the Supreme Court}}{{cite web|url=http://www.timothypcarney.com/wages-wolf.htm |title=Archived copy |accessdate=October 5, 2009 |deadurl=bot: unknown |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20070625170521/http://www.timothypcarney.com/wages-wolf.htm |archivedate=June 25, 2007 |df= }}</ref>
 
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|text=What is frightening about ''Roe'' is that this super-protected right is not inferable from the language of the Constitution, the framers' thinking respecting the specific problem in issue, any general value derivable from the provisions they included, or the nation's governmental structure. ... The problem with ''Roe'' is not so much that it bungles the question it sets itself, but rather that it sets itself a question the Constitution has not made the Court's business. ... [''Roe''] is bad because it is bad constitutional law, or rather because it is ''not'' constitutional law and gives almost no sense of an obligation to try to be.
 
|text=What is frightening about ''Roe'' is that this super-protected right is not inferable from the language of the Constitution, the framers' thinking respecting the specific problem in issue, any general value derivable from the provisions they included, or the nation's governmental structure. ... The problem with ''Roe'' is not so much that it bungles the question it sets itself, but rather that it sets itself a question the Constitution has not made the Court's business. ... [''Roe''] is bad because it is bad constitutional law, or rather because it is ''not'' constitutional law and gives almost no sense of an obligation to try to be.
|source=John Hart Ely (1973), "The Wages of Crying Wolf: A Comment on ''Roe v. Wade''", ''Yale Law Journal''.
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|source={{citation | author=John Hart Ely | title=The Wages of Crying Wolf: A Comment on ''Roe v. Wade'' | journal=Yale Law Journal | volume=82 | issue=5 | year=1973 | pages=920–49 | url=https://digitalcommons.law.yale.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=6179&context=ylj | postscript=.}}<ref>Quoted in {{harvp|Chemerinsky|2015|loc=§ 10.3.3.1, p. 856}}</ref>
 
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Professor [[Laurence Tribe]] had similar thoughts: "One of the most curious things about ''Roe'' is that, behind its own verbal smokescreen, the substantive judgment on which it rests is nowhere to be found."<ref>{{cite journal |last=Tribe |first=Laurence |year=1973|title=The Supreme Court, 1972 Term – Foreword: Toward a Model of Roles in the Due Process of Life and Law |journal=[[Harvard Law Review]] |volume=87|issue=1 |pages=1 [p. 7] |doi=10.2307/1339866|jstor=1339866 }} Quoted in {{cite journal |last=Morgan |first=Richard Gregory|year=1979 |title=''Roe v. Wade'' and the Lesson of the Pre-''Roe'' Case Law |journal=[[Michigan Law Review]] |volume=77 |issue=7 |pages=1724–48|doi=10.2307/1288040 |jstor=1288040}}</ref> Liberal law professors [[Alan Dershowitz]],<ref>Dershowitz, Alan. ''Supreme Injustice: How the High Court Hijacked Election 2000'' (Oxford U. Press 2001): "Judges have no special competence, qualifications, or mandate to decide between equally compelling moral claims (as in the abortion controversy)...." quoted by Green, "[https://books.google.com/?id=JW9LdM2nxsQC Bushed and Gored: A Brief Review of Initial Literature]", in ''The Final Arbiter: The Consequences of Bush V. Gore for Law And Politics'', ed. Banks C, Cohen D & Green J., editors, p. 14 (SUNY Press 2005), via Google Books. Retrieved January 26, 2007.</ref> [[Cass Sunstein]],<ref>Sunstein, Cass. Quoted by McGuire, ''[http://www.nysun.com/article/23046 New York Sun]'' (November 15, 2005): "What I think is that it just doesn't have the stable status of ''[[Brown v. Board of Education|Brown]]'' or ''[[Miranda v. Arizona|Miranda]]'' because it's been under internal and external assault pretty much from the beginning....As a constitutional matter, I think Roe was way overreached." Retrieved 2007-01-23. Sunstein is a "liberal constitutional scholar." See Herman, Eric. [http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qn4155/is_20050711/ai_n14852520 "Former U of C law prof on everyone's short court list"], ''Chicago Sun-Times'' (2005-07-11). {{dead link|date=August 2016|bot=medic}}{{cbignore|bot=medic}}</ref> and [[Kermit Roosevelt III|Kermit Roosevelt]]<ref>Roosevelt, Kermit. "[https://pqasb.pqarchiver.com/washingtonpost/access/279325011.html?dids=279325011:279325011&FMT=ABS&FMTS=ABS:FT&fmac=&date=Jan+22%2C+2003&author=Kermit+Roosevelt&desc=Shaky+Basis+for+a+Constitutional+%27Right%27 Shaky Basis for a Constitutional 'Right']", ''Washington Post'', (January 22, 2003): "[I]t is time to admit in public that, as an example of the practice of constitutional opinion writing, Roe is a serious disappointment. You will be hard-pressed to find a constitutional law professor, even among those who support the idea of constitutional protection for the right to choose, who will embrace the opinion itself rather than the result….This is not surprising. As constitutional argument, Roe is barely coherent. The court pulled its fundamental right to choose more or less from the constitutional ether. It supported that right via a lengthy, but purposeless, cross-cultural historical review of abortion restrictions and a tidy but irrelevant refutation of the straw-man argument that a fetus is a constitutional 'person' entitled to the protection of the 14th Amendment....By declaring an inviolable fundamental right to abortion, Roe short-circuited the democratic deliberation that is the most reliable method of deciding questions of competing values." Retrieved 2007-01-23. {{cite web|url=https://pqasb.pqarchiver.com/washingtonpost/access/279325011.html?dids=279325011%3A279325011&FMT=ABS&FMTS=ABS%3AFT&fmac=&date=Jan%2022%2C%202003&author=Kermit%20Roosevelt&desc=Shaky%20Basis%20for%20a%20Constitutional%20%27Right%27 |title=Archived copy |accessdate=May 8, 2017 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20070319014511/https://pqasb.pqarchiver.com/washingtonpost/access/279325011.html?dids=279325011%3A279325011&FMT=ABS&FMTS=ABS%3AFT&fmac=&date=Jan+22%2C+2003&author=Kermit+Roosevelt&desc=Shaky+Basis+for+a+Constitutional+%27Right%27 |archivedate=March 19, 2007 |df= }}</ref> have also expressed disappointment with ''Roe''.
 
Professor [[Laurence Tribe]] had similar thoughts: "One of the most curious things about ''Roe'' is that, behind its own verbal smokescreen, the substantive judgment on which it rests is nowhere to be found."<ref>{{cite journal |last=Tribe |first=Laurence |year=1973|title=The Supreme Court, 1972 Term – Foreword: Toward a Model of Roles in the Due Process of Life and Law |journal=[[Harvard Law Review]] |volume=87|issue=1 |pages=1 [p. 7] |doi=10.2307/1339866|jstor=1339866 }} Quoted in {{cite journal |last=Morgan |first=Richard Gregory|year=1979 |title=''Roe v. Wade'' and the Lesson of the Pre-''Roe'' Case Law |journal=[[Michigan Law Review]] |volume=77 |issue=7 |pages=1724–48|doi=10.2307/1288040 |jstor=1288040}}</ref> Liberal law professors [[Alan Dershowitz]],<ref>Dershowitz, Alan. ''Supreme Injustice: How the High Court Hijacked Election 2000'' (Oxford U. Press 2001): "Judges have no special competence, qualifications, or mandate to decide between equally compelling moral claims (as in the abortion controversy)...." quoted by Green, "[https://books.google.com/?id=JW9LdM2nxsQC Bushed and Gored: A Brief Review of Initial Literature]", in ''The Final Arbiter: The Consequences of Bush V. Gore for Law And Politics'', ed. Banks C, Cohen D & Green J., editors, p. 14 (SUNY Press 2005), via Google Books. Retrieved January 26, 2007.</ref> [[Cass Sunstein]],<ref>Sunstein, Cass. Quoted by McGuire, ''[http://www.nysun.com/article/23046 New York Sun]'' (November 15, 2005): "What I think is that it just doesn't have the stable status of ''[[Brown v. Board of Education|Brown]]'' or ''[[Miranda v. Arizona|Miranda]]'' because it's been under internal and external assault pretty much from the beginning....As a constitutional matter, I think Roe was way overreached." Retrieved 2007-01-23. Sunstein is a "liberal constitutional scholar." See Herman, Eric. [http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qn4155/is_20050711/ai_n14852520 "Former U of C law prof on everyone's short court list"], ''Chicago Sun-Times'' (2005-07-11). {{dead link|date=August 2016|bot=medic}}{{cbignore|bot=medic}}</ref> and [[Kermit Roosevelt III|Kermit Roosevelt]]<ref>Roosevelt, Kermit. "[https://pqasb.pqarchiver.com/washingtonpost/access/279325011.html?dids=279325011:279325011&FMT=ABS&FMTS=ABS:FT&fmac=&date=Jan+22%2C+2003&author=Kermit+Roosevelt&desc=Shaky+Basis+for+a+Constitutional+%27Right%27 Shaky Basis for a Constitutional 'Right']", ''Washington Post'', (January 22, 2003): "[I]t is time to admit in public that, as an example of the practice of constitutional opinion writing, Roe is a serious disappointment. You will be hard-pressed to find a constitutional law professor, even among those who support the idea of constitutional protection for the right to choose, who will embrace the opinion itself rather than the result….This is not surprising. As constitutional argument, Roe is barely coherent. The court pulled its fundamental right to choose more or less from the constitutional ether. It supported that right via a lengthy, but purposeless, cross-cultural historical review of abortion restrictions and a tidy but irrelevant refutation of the straw-man argument that a fetus is a constitutional 'person' entitled to the protection of the 14th Amendment....By declaring an inviolable fundamental right to abortion, Roe short-circuited the democratic deliberation that is the most reliable method of deciding questions of competing values." Retrieved 2007-01-23. {{cite web|url=https://pqasb.pqarchiver.com/washingtonpost/access/279325011.html?dids=279325011%3A279325011&FMT=ABS&FMTS=ABS%3AFT&fmac=&date=Jan%2022%2C%202003&author=Kermit%20Roosevelt&desc=Shaky%20Basis%20for%20a%20Constitutional%20%27Right%27 |title=Archived copy |accessdate=May 8, 2017 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20070319014511/https://pqasb.pqarchiver.com/washingtonpost/access/279325011.html?dids=279325011%3A279325011&FMT=ABS&FMTS=ABS%3AFT&fmac=&date=Jan+22%2C+2003&author=Kermit+Roosevelt&desc=Shaky+Basis+for+a+Constitutional+%27Right%27 |archivedate=March 19, 2007 |df= }}</ref> have also expressed disappointment with ''Roe''.

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The '''Frog Bridge''' (Officially the '''Thread City Crossing''') is a bridge located in [[Willimantic, Connecticut]] which carries South Street ([[List of State Roads in Connecticut#State Roads 600-699|CT 661]]) across the [[Willimantic River]]. It is known as the Frog Bridge because it has 4 copper frogs located on each end of the bridge, sitting on top of concrete thread spools. They were designed and created by artist Leo Jensen of [[Ivoryton]], CT<ref name=":0">{{Cite web|url=http://www.damnedct.com/the-frog-bridge-willimantic|title=The Frog Bridge, Willimantic|access-date=2016-09-20}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|url=http://ctmonuments.net/2011/08/frog-bridge-willimantic/|title=Frog Bridge, WillimanticCT Monuments.net {{!}} CT Monuments.net|website=ctmonuments.net|access-date=2016-09-20}}</ref><ref>{{Cite book|url=https://books.google.com/books/about/National_Geographic_Kids_Ultimate_U_S_Ro.html?id=BgclEbxEVNsC&hl=en|title=National Geographic Kids Ultimate U. S. Road Trip Atlas: Maps, Games, Activities, and More for Hours of Backseat Fun|last=Boyer|first=Crispin|date=2012-03-13|publisher=National Geographic Books|isbn=9781426309335|language=en}}</ref>
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The '''Frog Bridge''' (Officially the '''Thread City Crossing''') is a bridge located in [[Willimantic, Connecticut]] which carries South Street ([[List of State Roads in Connecticut#State Roads 600-699|CT 661]]) across the [[Willimantic River]]. It is known as the Frog Bridge because it has 4 copper frogs located on each end of the bridge, sitting on top of concrete thread spools. They were designed and created by artist Leo Jensen of [[Ivoryton, Connecticut]],<ref name=":0">{{Cite web|url=http://www.damnedct.com/the-frog-bridge-willimantic|title=The Frog Bridge, Willimantic|access-date=2016-09-20}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|url=http://ctmonuments.net/2011/08/frog-bridge-willimantic/|title=Frog Bridge, WillimanticCT Monuments.net {{!}} CT Monuments.net|website=ctmonuments.net|access-date=2016-09-20}}</ref><ref>{{Cite book|url=https://books.google.com/books/about/National_Geographic_Kids_Ultimate_U_S_Ro.html?id=BgclEbxEVNsC&hl=en|title=National Geographic Kids Ultimate U. S. Road Trip Atlas: Maps, Games, Activities, and More for Hours of Backseat Fun|last=Boyer|first=Crispin|date=2012-03-13|publisher=National Geographic Books|isbn=9781426309335|language=en}}</ref>
   
 
== Naming ==
 
== Naming ==

The Much Honoured

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'''The Much Honoured''' (abbreviated to '''The Much Hon.''') is an [[honorific]] [[style of address]] that is bestowed - normally by hereditary right - on [[Scotland|Scots]] [[Barons in Scotland|feudal barons]]. Such barons generally bear titles granted before the [[1707 Act of Union]] and as such, created within the ancient [[baronage]] of Scotland. A large number of feudal baronies postdate the Act of Union, the most recent being created in 1838, and are thus ineligible.
 
'''The Much Honoured''' (abbreviated to '''The Much Hon.''') is an [[honorific]] [[style of address]] that is bestowed - normally by hereditary right - on [[Scotland|Scots]] [[Barons in Scotland|feudal barons]]. Such barons generally bear titles granted before the [[1707 Act of Union]] and as such, created within the ancient [[baronage]] of Scotland. A large number of feudal baronies postdate the Act of Union, the most recent being created in 1838, and are thus ineligible.
   
Today, only a small number of the older baronial families tend to use "The Much Honoured" since it is customarily considered a mark of nobility. Instead, most barons nowadays use the locative suffix 'of [name of barony]'.
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Beyond these baronies, there are seven [[Feudal earldom|feudal earldoms]] (Arran, Breadalbane, Crawfurd-Lindsay, Errol, Nithsdale, Rothes, Wigtown), one feudal marquessate (Huntly) and one feudal dukedom (Hamilton) where there is entitlement. Of these, four of the earldoms are extant, two are unclaimed, one is in dispute and the dukedom and marquessate are held by senior members of the Scottish peerage.
 
Beyond these baronies, there are seven [[Feudal earldom|feudal earldoms]] (Arran, Breadalbane, Crawfurd-Lindsay, Errol, Nithsdale, Rothes, Wigtown), one feudal marquessate (Huntly) and one feudal dukedom (Hamilton) where there is entitlement. Of these, four of the earldoms are extant, two are unclaimed, one is in dispute and the dukedom and marquessate are held by senior members of the Scottish peerage.

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Miss Portugal was founded in 1959 by RTP. The winners went to the [[Miss Universe]] competition. Since 2002, the pageant does not exist in Portugal. From 2003 to 2010, Portugal did not participate at Miss Universe.
 
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LGBT rights in Bahrain

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The Gulf Daily News has continued to write articles that touch upon homosexuality and gender identity. For example, it has published several articles on Bahraini female homosexuality in girls' high schools and Bahraini women who claim to have become lesbians based on abusive relationships with men.
 
The Gulf Daily News has continued to write articles that touch upon homosexuality and gender identity. For example, it has published several articles on Bahraini female homosexuality in girls' high schools and Bahraini women who claim to have become lesbians based on abusive relationships with men.
 
==LGBT community==
 
 
Bahrain's population is a culturally diverse mixture of citizens, and a foreign workers from many different countries. This impacts how the LGBT community tends to function within the island.
 
 
LGBT foreign workers tend to socialize with other foreign workers that share the same language, if not nationality. As non-citizens, they cannot really influence Bahrani policy and generally feel the need to be publicly discrete about their sexual or gender identity, to be able to continue working on the island.
 
 
Among Bahariani citizens, how open they can be about their sexual orientation or gender identity has a lot to do with how traditionalist or modern their family is.
 
 
Among the more traditionalist families, being LGBT is shameful and something that needs to be "cured" through medical therapy, an arranged marriage or physical violence. More modern families can be more tolerant, but also concerned about their son or daughter facing harassment or discrimination.
 
   
 
== Transgender concerns ==
 
== Transgender concerns ==

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Robert Lee (basketball)

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On August 17, 2004, Lee was promoted to head coach.<ref name="ULL 2005"/> This followed the firing of [[Glynn Cyprien]] over resume issues.<ref>{{cite web|last=Baldwin|first=Mike|url=https://oklahoman.com/article/2859272/ex-osu-coach-fired-for-resume-mistakebrcowboys-gave-cyprien-chance-to-make-changes|title=Ex-OSU coach fired for resume mistake|work=The Oklahoman|date=July 17, 2004|accessdate=June 30, 2019}}</ref>
 
On August 17, 2004, Lee was promoted to head coach.<ref name="ULL 2005"/> This followed the firing of [[Glynn Cyprien]] over resume issues.<ref>{{cite web|last=Baldwin|first=Mike|url=https://oklahoman.com/article/2859272/ex-osu-coach-fired-for-resume-mistakebrcowboys-gave-cyprien-chance-to-make-changes|title=Ex-OSU coach fired for resume mistake|work=The Oklahoman|date=July 17, 2004|accessdate=June 30, 2019}}</ref>
   
In six seasons as head coach, Lee had a cumulative 80–100 record.<ref name=sr>https://www.sports-reference.com/cbb/coaches/robert-lee-1.html</ref> Although Louisiana–Lafayette finished 2004–05 with a 20–11 record, Sun Belt Tournament title, and NCAA Tournament appearance, the NCAA vacated 17 wins, the conference title, and postseason appearance from that season due to the academic ineligibility of [[Orien Greene]].<ref name="NCAA sanctions">https://web3.ncaa.org/lsdbi/search/miCaseView?id=633</ref><ref name=sr /><ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.theadvertiser.com/story/sports/2014/03/21/uls-last-ncaa-appearance-was-memorable/6680775/|title=UL's last NCAA appearance was memorable|place=Lafayette, LA|work=The Daily Advertiser|date=March 21, 2014|accessdate=June 30, 2019}}</ref> Due to resulting NCAA sanctions combined with a low [[Academic Progress Rate]] score after his second season, Lee could offer only a reduced number of scholarships beginning in 2007–08.<ref name="cuts ties"/> Still, the team won the Sun Belt regular season title in 2008.<ref name=sr />
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In his final season, Louisiana–Lafayette finished 13–17 (10–8 Sun Belt).<ref name=sr /><ref>{{cite web|archiveurl=http://web.archive.org/web/20100312130838/http://www.theadvertiser.com:80/article/20100310/SPORTS/3100333/UL-cuts-ties-with-Lee|archivedate=March 12, 2010|title=Lee leaves with high hopes for program|url=http://www.theadvertiser.com/article/20100310/SPORTS/3100335/Lee-leaves-with-high-hopes-for-program|place=Lafayette, LA|work=The Daily Advertiser|date=March 10, 2010|accessdate=July 1, 2019}}</ref> On March 9, 2010, following a loss to Louisiana–Monroe in the first round of the Sun Belt Tournament, Louisiana–Lafayette announced that Lee's contract would not be renewed.<ref name="cuts ties">{{cite web|archiveurl=http://web.archive.org/web/20100312130838/http://www.theadvertiser.com:80/article/20100310/SPORTS/3100333/UL-cuts-ties-with-Lee|archivedate=March 12, 2010|title=UL cuts ties with Lee|last=Parrott|first=Joshua|work=The Daily Advertiser|place=Lafayette, LA|accessdate=July 1, 2019|url=http://www.theadvertiser.com/article/20100310/SPORTS/3100333/UL-cuts-ties-with-Lee}}</ref>
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===Return to assistant coaching (2010–2014)===
 
===Return to assistant coaching (2010–2014)===

Tyson Gamble

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On 6 May, Gamble was selected for the [[Canterbury Cup NSW]] residents side to play against the Queensland residents representative team.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2019/05/06/nswrl-names-canterbury-cup-nsw-residents-team/|title=NSWRL names Canterbury Cup NSW Residents team|website=www.nswrl.com.au}}</ref>
 
On 6 May, Gamble was selected for the [[Canterbury Cup NSW]] residents side to play against the Queensland residents representative team.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2019/05/06/nswrl-names-canterbury-cup-nsw-residents-team/|title=NSWRL names Canterbury Cup NSW Residents team|website=www.nswrl.com.au}}</ref>
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On 25 June, it was announced that Gamble had been released from the Wests Tigers, effective immediate, to return to Queensland.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.weststigers.com.au/news/2019/06/25/wests-tigers-release-tyson-gamble/|title=Wests Tigers release Tyson Gamble|website=www.weststigers.com.au}}</ref>
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On June 25, it was announced that Gamble had been released from the Wests Tigers, effective immediate, to return to Queensland.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.weststigers.com.au/news/2019/06/25/wests-tigers-release-tyson-gamble/|title=Wests Tigers release Tyson Gamble|website=www.weststigers.com.au}}</ref>
 
   
 
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Rabindra Sarobar metro station

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Alexandra Kollontai

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When [[Vladimir Lenin|Lenin]] returned to Russia in April 1917, Kollontai was the only major leader of the Petrograd Bolsheviks who immediately voiced her full support for his radical and nonconformist new proposals (the so-called "[[April theses]]"). She was a member of the [[Ispolkom|Executive Committee of the Petrograd Soviet]], and "for the rest of 1917, [she] was a constant agitator for revolution in Russia as a speaker, leaflet writer and worker on the Bolshevik women's paper ''Rabotnitsa''".<ref name="Ringer">Ringer, p. 189.</ref> Following the [[July Days|July uprising]] against the [[Russian Provisional Government|Provisional Government]], she was arrested along with many other Bolshevick leaders, but was given again her full freedom of movement in September: she was then a member of the party's Central Committee and as such she voted for the policy of armed uprising that led to the [[October Revolution]].<ref name="Autobiography" /> At the Second All-Russian Congress of Soviets on 26 October, she was elected [[People's Commissar]] for Social Welfare in the first [[Council of People's Commissars|Soviet government,]]<ref name="Ringer" /> but she soon resigned in opposition to the [[Brest-Litovsk Peace]]. During the revolutionary period, at the age of 45, she married the 28–year–old revolutionary sailor [[Pavel Dybenko]], while keeping her surname from her first marriage.{{efn|name=second marriage}}
 
When [[Vladimir Lenin|Lenin]] returned to Russia in April 1917, Kollontai was the only major leader of the Petrograd Bolsheviks who immediately voiced her full support for his radical and nonconformist new proposals (the so-called "[[April theses]]"). She was a member of the [[Ispolkom|Executive Committee of the Petrograd Soviet]], and "for the rest of 1917, [she] was a constant agitator for revolution in Russia as a speaker, leaflet writer and worker on the Bolshevik women's paper ''Rabotnitsa''".<ref name="Ringer">Ringer, p. 189.</ref> Following the [[July Days|July uprising]] against the [[Russian Provisional Government|Provisional Government]], she was arrested along with many other Bolshevick leaders, but was given again her full freedom of movement in September: she was then a member of the party's Central Committee and as such she voted for the policy of armed uprising that led to the [[October Revolution]].<ref name="Autobiography" /> At the Second All-Russian Congress of Soviets on 26 October, she was elected [[People's Commissar]] for Social Welfare in the first [[Council of People's Commissars|Soviet government,]]<ref name="Ringer" /> but she soon resigned in opposition to the [[Brest-Litovsk Peace]]. During the revolutionary period, at the age of 45, she married the 28–year–old revolutionary sailor [[Pavel Dybenko]], while keeping her surname from her first marriage.{{efn|name=second marriage}}
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She was the most prominent woman in the Soviet administration and was best known for founding the [[Zhenotdel]] or "Women's Department" in 1919 . This organization worked to improve the conditions of women's lives in the [[Soviet Union]], fighting illiteracy and educating women about the new marriage, education, and work laws put in place by the Revolution. It was eventually closed in 1930.
 
She was the most prominent woman in the Soviet administration and was best known for founding the [[Zhenotdel]] or "Women's Department" in 1919 . This organization worked to improve the conditions of women's lives in the [[Soviet Union]], fighting illiteracy and educating women about the new marriage, education, and work laws put in place by the Revolution. It was eventually closed in 1930.
   

Lessonia (bird)

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The genus was erected by the English naturalist [[William John Swainson|William Swainson]] in 1832 with the [[Austral negrito]] (''Lessonia rufa'') as the [[type species]].<ref>{{ cite book | last=Swainson | first=William John | author-link=William John Swainson | year=1832 | title=Fauna Boreali-Americana | volume=Part 2 |location=London | publisher=Murray | page=490 | url=https://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/41549935 }} The title page is dated 1831.</ref><ref>{{ cite book | editor-last=Traylor | editor-first=Melvin A. Jr | author-link=Melvin Alvah Traylor Jr. | year=1979 | title=Check-list of Birds of the World | volume=Volume 8 | publisher=Museum of Comparative Zoology | place=Cambridge, Massachusetts | page=173 | url=https://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/14500950 }}</ref> The genus name was chosen to honour the French Navy surgeon and naturalist [[René Lesson]] (1794–1849).<ref>{{cite web | last=Jobling | first=J.A. | year=2019 | title=''Lessonia'' | editor1-last=del Hoyo | editor1-first=J. | editor2-last=Elliott | editor2-first=A. | editor3-last=Sargatal | editor3-first=J. | editor4-last=Christie | editor4-first=D.A. | editor5-last=de Juana | editor5-first=E. | work=Handbook of the Birds of the World Alive: Key to Scientific Names in Ornithology | publisher=Lynx Edicions | url=https://www.hbw.com/dictionary/definition/lessonia | accessdate=1 July 2019 }}</ref>
   
 
The genus contains two species:<ref name=ioc>{{cite web| editor1-last=Gill | editor1-first=Frank | editor1-link=Frank Gill (ornithologist) | editor2-last=Donsker | editor2-first=David | year=2019 | title=Tyrant flycatchers | work=World Bird List Version 9.2 | url=https://www.worldbirdnames.org/bow/flycatchers/ | publisher=International Ornithologists' Union | accessdate=29 June 2019 }}</ref>
 
The genus contains two species:<ref name=ioc>{{cite web| editor1-last=Gill | editor1-first=Frank | editor1-link=Frank Gill (ornithologist) | editor2-last=Donsker | editor2-first=David | year=2019 | title=Tyrant flycatchers | work=World Bird List Version 9.2 | url=https://www.worldbirdnames.org/bow/flycatchers/ | publisher=International Ornithologists' Union | accessdate=29 June 2019 }}</ref>
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Egypt–Japan relations

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==History==
 
==History==
Relations between the two countries are traceable as far back as the nineteenth century. However, modern relations were established in 1922, when Japan recognised Egypt's independence.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://mdn.mainichi.jp/nationalday/etc/2009/egypt/ |title=Egyptian Japanese Relations: The Year of Egypt Tourism Promotion in Japan 2009 |work=Mainichi Daily News |accessdate=May 4, 2009 |archivedate=May 17, 2009 |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20090517075524/http://mdn.mainichi.jp/nationalday/etc/2009/egypt/ |deadurl=yes |df= }}</ref> Since then, there has been a history of a cordial relationship, with several visits by senior diplomats and, most notably, visits by respective heads of state- in 1995, Japanese [[Prime Minister]] [[Tomiichi Murayama]] visited Egypt and former [[Hosni Mubarak|President Mubarak]] of Egypt has visited Japan on several occasions 1983, 1995, and 1999.<ref name=mofa>{{cite web|url=http://www.mofa.go.jp/region/Africa/egypt/index.html |title=Japan-Egypt Relations |publisher=[[Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Japan)|Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan]] |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20090524040743/http://www.mofa.go.jp/region/Africa/egypt/index.html |archivedate=May 24, 2009 |accessdate=May 4, 2009 |deadurl=yes |df= }}</ref><ref>[http://www2.sis.gov.eg/En/Politics/Foreign/EAsia/EJties/040314020000000001.htm|] Retrieved May 4, 2009. {{webarchive |url=https://web.archive.org/web/20090223093120/http://www2.sis.gov.eg/En/Politics/Foreign/EAsia/EJties/040314020000000001.htm |date=February 23, 2009 }}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.yousefgamaleldin.com/programs/news-hour/91-egyptian-japanese-relations-kaoru-ishikawa |title=Egyptian-Japanese Relations - Kaoru Ishikawa |date=December 24, 2008 |accessdate=May 4, 2009 |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20090614012634/http://www.yousefgamaleldin.com/programs/news-hour/91-egyptian-japanese-relations-kaoru-ishikawa |archivedate=June 14, 2009 |deadurl=yes |df= }}</ref>
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Relations between the two countries are traceable as far back as the nineteenth century. However, modern relations were established in 1922, when Japan recognised Egypt's independence.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://mdn.mainichi.jp/nationalday/etc/2009/egypt/ |title=Egyptian Japanese Relations: The Year of Egypt Tourism Promotion in Japan 2009 |work=Mainichi Daily News |accessdate=May 4, 2009 |archivedate=May 17, 2009 |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20090517075524/http://mdn.mainichi.jp/nationalday/etc/2009/egypt/ |deadurl=yes |df= }}</ref> Since then, there has been a history of a cordial relationship, with several visits by senior diplomats and, most notably, visits by respective heads of state in 1995, Japanese [[Prime Minister]] [[Tomiichi Murayama]] visited Egypt and former [[Hosni Mubarak|President Mubarak]] of Egypt has visited Japan on several occasions 1983, 1995, and 1999.<ref name=mofa>{{cite web|url=http://www.mofa.go.jp/region/Africa/egypt/index.html |title=Japan-Egypt Relations |publisher=[[Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Japan)|Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan]] |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20090524040743/http://www.mofa.go.jp/region/Africa/egypt/index.html |archivedate=May 24, 2009 |accessdate=May 4, 2009 |deadurl=yes |df= }}</ref><ref>[http://www2.sis.gov.eg/En/Politics/Foreign/EAsia/EJties/040314020000000001.htm|] Retrieved May 4, 2009. {{webarchive |url=https://web.archive.org/web/20090223093120/http://www2.sis.gov.eg/En/Politics/Foreign/EAsia/EJties/040314020000000001.htm |date=February 23, 2009 }}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.yousefgamaleldin.com/programs/news-hour/91-egyptian-japanese-relations-kaoru-ishikawa |title=Egyptian-Japanese Relations - Kaoru Ishikawa |date=December 24, 2008 |accessdate=May 4, 2009 |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20090614012634/http://www.yousefgamaleldin.com/programs/news-hour/91-egyptian-japanese-relations-kaoru-ishikawa |archivedate=June 14, 2009 |deadurl=yes |df= }}</ref>
   
 
Between 1998 and 2002, Japan loaned, granted and provided more than [[USD|$]]3.5 billion to Egypt.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://weekly.ahram.org.eg/2004/717/ec2.htm|title=Japan and Egypt open up|author=Gamal Essam El-Din|work=[[Al-Ahram]]|date=November 18, 2004|accessdate=May 4, 2009|deadurl=yes|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20130827225102/http://weekly.ahram.org.eg/2004/717/ec2.htm|archivedate=August 27, 2013|df=}}</ref> In 2002, bilateral trade between Egypt and Japan exceeded [[USD|$]]1 billion;<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.accessmylibrary.com/coms2/summary_0286-25637125_ITM|title=Egyptian–Japanenese Trade Exchange Hits $1B.|author=MEO Research Center|date=June 5, 2002|publisher=Asia Africa Intelligence Wire|accessdate=April 9, 2009}}</ref> giving ambulances, a bridge and the visitor centre at the [[Valley of the Kings]].
 
Between 1998 and 2002, Japan loaned, granted and provided more than [[USD|$]]3.5 billion to Egypt.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://weekly.ahram.org.eg/2004/717/ec2.htm|title=Japan and Egypt open up|author=Gamal Essam El-Din|work=[[Al-Ahram]]|date=November 18, 2004|accessdate=May 4, 2009|deadurl=yes|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20130827225102/http://weekly.ahram.org.eg/2004/717/ec2.htm|archivedate=August 27, 2013|df=}}</ref> In 2002, bilateral trade between Egypt and Japan exceeded [[USD|$]]1 billion;<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.accessmylibrary.com/coms2/summary_0286-25637125_ITM|title=Egyptian–Japanenese Trade Exchange Hits $1B.|author=MEO Research Center|date=June 5, 2002|publisher=Asia Africa Intelligence Wire|accessdate=April 9, 2009}}</ref> giving ambulances, a bridge and the visitor centre at the [[Valley of the Kings]].

Chile men's national volleyball team

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|federation=Federación de Vóleibol de Chile
 
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|website=[http://www.fevochi.cl www.fevochi.cl]

Chris Nikou

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Nikou's interest in football began as a player in a local suburban competition in Melbourne. He started to become influential in football when he was appointed as a Director of [[Football Victoria|Football Federation Victoria]] (served from 2003 – 2008). In 2011, He became Company Secretary of [[A-League]] club [[Melbourne Victory FC|Melbourne Victory]] (from April 2011 – October 2014).
 
Nikou's interest in football began as a player in a local suburban competition in Melbourne. He started to become influential in football when he was appointed as a Director of [[Football Victoria|Football Federation Victoria]] (served from 2003 – 2008). In 2011, He became Company Secretary of [[A-League]] club [[Melbourne Victory FC|Melbourne Victory]] (from April 2011 – October 2014).
   
Nikou was elected Chairman of [[Football Federation Australia]] in November 2018.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-11-19/ffa-elects-chris-nikou-as-new-chair-to-replace-steven-lowy/10510310|title=Chris Nikou elected FFA's chair as the post-Lowy era begins|date=2018-11-19|website=ABC News|language=en-AU|access-date=2019-02-25}}</ref> He had served as a Director of Football Federation Australia since 2014.
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Nikou was elected Chairman of [[Football Federation Australia]] in November 2018.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-11-19/ffa-elects-chris-nikou-as-new-chair-to-replace-steven-lowy/10510310|title=Chris Nikou elected FFA's chair as the post-Lowy era begins|date=2018-11-19|website=ABC News|access-date=2019-02-25}}</ref> He had served as a Director of Football Federation Australia since 2014.
   
Previously, Nikou was a member of the organising committee for the 2015 [[2015 AFC Asian Cup|AFC Asian Cup]] held in Australia.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.lawyersweekly.com.au/appointments/10207-middletons-partner-appointed-to-football-cup-board|title=Middletons partner appointed to Football Cup Board|last=Reporter|last2=Reporter|date=2012-06-01|website=www.lawyersweekly.com.au|language=en|access-date=2019-03-06}}</ref>
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Previously, Nikou was a member of the organising committee for the 2015 [[2015 AFC Asian Cup|AFC Asian Cup]] held in Australia.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.lawyersweekly.com.au/appointments/10207-middletons-partner-appointed-to-football-cup-board|title=Middletons partner appointed to Football Cup Board|last=Reporter|last2=Reporter|date=2012-06-01|website=www.lawyersweekly.com.au|access-date=2019-03-06}}</ref>
   
During 2018, Nikou was a member of the Congress Review Working Group set up at the request of [[FIFA]] to resolve an impasse in governance reforms at Football Federation Australia.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.tweeddailynews.com.au/news/fifabacked-congress-group-rejects-ffa-concerns-as-/3493152/|title=FFA concerns rejected in ugly standoff|website=Tweed Daily News|language=en|access-date=2019-03-06}}</ref>
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During 2018, Nikou was a member of the Congress Review Working Group set up at the request of [[FIFA]] to resolve an impasse in governance reforms at Football Federation Australia.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.tweeddailynews.com.au/news/fifabacked-congress-group-rejects-ffa-concerns-as-/3493152/|title=FFA concerns rejected in ugly standoff|website=Tweed Daily News|access-date=2019-03-06}}</ref>
   
 
=== Cricket ===
 
=== Cricket ===
From 2011 to 2018, Nikou was a director of the Melbourne cricket club, the [[Melbourne Renegades]], an Australian professional [[Twenty20]] [[cricket]] club.. They compete in Australia's Twenty20 cricket competitions, the [[Big Bash League]] and the [[Women's Big Bash League|WBBL]]. Nikou committed to resign from the Melbourne Renegades if re-elected to the board of Football Federation Australia.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.smh.com.au/sport/soccer/nikou-draws-line-in-the-sand-after-ascending-to-ffa-s-top-job-20181119-p50gys.html|title=Nikou draws 'line in the sand' after ascending to FFA's top job|last=Rugari|first=Vince|date=2018-11-19|website=The Sydney Morning Herald|language=en|access-date=2019-03-06}}</ref>
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From 2011 to 2018, Nikou was a director of the Melbourne cricket club, the [[Melbourne Renegades]], an Australian professional [[Twenty20]] [[cricket]] club.. They compete in Australia's Twenty20 cricket competitions, the [[Big Bash League]] and the [[Women's Big Bash League|WBBL]]. Nikou committed to resign from the Melbourne Renegades if re-elected to the board of Football Federation Australia.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.smh.com.au/sport/soccer/nikou-draws-line-in-the-sand-after-ascending-to-ffa-s-top-job-20181119-p50gys.html|title=Nikou draws 'line in the sand' after ascending to FFA's top job|last=Rugari|first=Vince|date=2018-11-19|website=The Sydney Morning Herald|access-date=2019-03-06}}</ref>
   
 
=== Football Federation Australia ===
 
=== Football Federation Australia ===
Chris Nikou was elected Chairman of Football Federation Australia in November 2018 and became the first Chairman of FFA who was not a member of the Lowy family.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.foxsports.com.au/football/in-his-own-words-who-is-new-ffa-chairman-chris-nikou/news-story/0625f546342d1bf81c9aa3c4eae12b1a|title=Who is Chris Nikou, new FFA chairman, quotes, football experience|date=2018-11-19|website=Fox Sports|language=en-AU|access-date=2019-02-25}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.espn.com.au/football/australian-a-league/story/3703287/chris-nikou-elected-chair-of-football-federation-australia-heather-reid-appointed-deputy|title=Nikou elected chair of Football Federation Australia|date=2018-11-19|website=ESPN.com|language=en|access-date=2019-03-06}}</ref> The new Chairman promised a more responsive governing body for football in Australia.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.thechronicle.com.au/news/new-football-federation-australia-chair-chris-niko/3580294/|title=Fans come first: FFA seeking better relationship with fans|website=Chronicle|language=en|access-date=2019-02-25}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.thecourier.com.au/story/5766682/new-ffa-chair-chris-nikou-ready-to-listen/|title=New FFA chair Chris Nikou ready to listen|last=Warren|first=Adrian|date=2018-11-19|website=The Courier|language=en|access-date=2019-03-06}}</ref>
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Chris Nikou was elected Chairman of Football Federation Australia in November 2018 and became the first Chairman of FFA who was not a member of the Lowy family.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.foxsports.com.au/football/in-his-own-words-who-is-new-ffa-chairman-chris-nikou/news-story/0625f546342d1bf81c9aa3c4eae12b1a|title=Who is Chris Nikou, new FFA chairman, quotes, football experience|date=2018-11-19|website=Fox Sports|access-date=2019-02-25}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.espn.com.au/football/australian-a-league/story/3703287/chris-nikou-elected-chair-of-football-federation-australia-heather-reid-appointed-deputy|title=Nikou elected chair of Football Federation Australia|date=2018-11-19|website=ESPN.com|access-date=2019-03-06}}</ref> The new Chairman promised a more responsive governing body for football in Australia.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.thechronicle.com.au/news/new-football-federation-australia-chair-chris-niko/3580294/|title=Fans come first: FFA seeking better relationship with fans|website=Chronicle|access-date=2019-02-25}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.thecourier.com.au/story/5766682/new-ffa-chair-chris-nikou-ready-to-listen/|title=New FFA chair Chris Nikou ready to listen|last=Warren|first=Adrian|date=2018-11-19|website=The Courier
 
As promised<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://theworldgame.sbs.com.au/a-league-expansion-first-order-of-business-for-new-ffa-chair-nikou|title=A-League expansion first order of business for new FFA chair Nikou|website=The World Game|access-date=2019-02-25}}</ref>, Nikou announced the two new A-League expansion clubs to join the competition in 2019 and 2020, just one month after becoming Chairman of Football Federation Australia.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.news.com.au/sport/football/a-league/aleague-expansion-ffa-goes-west-in-massive-move-for-football/news-story/9efccb01ea1051731ab0f55e8f5c1ad4|title=A-League expansion: New teams, second division announcement, Lucy Zelic reacts|website=www.news.com.au|access-date=2019-02-25}}</ref> The [[Canberra A-League Bid|Canberra & Capital Region]] was again passed over, but Nikou singled out Canberra as a future expansion location.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.foxsports.com.au/football/a-league/live-stream-aleague-announces-new-expansion-teams/news-story/ac2b462aba29ffeb64e871f35867332e|title=A-League expansion announcement, new teams, Western Melbourne Group, Macarthur South-West Sydney, fixtures|date=2018-12-13|website=Fox Sports|access-date=2019-03-06}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|url=https://the-riotact.com/this-one-hurts-the-most-canberra-misses-out-on-securing-an-a-league-licence-again/278469|title=This one hurts the most: Canberra misses out on securing an A-League licence again|last=Gavel|first=Tim|website=The RiotACT|access-date=2019-03-06}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.smh.com.au/sport/soccer/canberra-officially-snubbed-for-a-league-but-ffa-signals-open-future-20181213-p50lyd.html|title='This isn't the end': Canberra A-League bid refuses to die after snub|last=Dutton|first=Chris|date=2018-12-13|website=The Sydney Morning Herald|access-date=2019-03-06}}</ref>
   
 
In January 2019, Nikou announced the termination of contract for [[Alen Stajcic]] the coach of the Australian [[Australia women's national soccer team|women's team]].<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.news.com.au/sport/football/stunned-reaction-to-matildas-coach-alen-stajcics-sacking/news-story/c51107a989e6eff5886bdd16c44fde30|title=Alen Stajcic sacked in Matildas coaching bombshell: Shock over 'disgrace'|website=www.news.com.au|access-date=2019-02-25}}</ref> This announcement has been controversial.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-01-27/matildas-alen-stajcic-sacking-ffa-boss-nikou-breaks-silence/10754040|title=Sacking Matildas coach Stajcic 'the right decision' says FFA boss|last=Ticket|first=Tracey Holmes for The|date=2019-01-27|website=ABC News|access-date=2019-03-06}}</ref>
As promised<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://theworldgame.sbs.com.au/a-league-expansion-first-order-of-business-for-new-ffa-chair-nikou|title=A-League expansion first order of business for new FFA chair Nikou|website=The World Game|language=en|access-date=2019-02-25}}</ref>, Nikou announced the two new A-League expansion clubs to join the competition in 2019 and 2020, just one month after becoming Chairman of Football Federation Australia.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.news.com.au/sport/football/a-league/aleague-expansion-ffa-goes-west-in-massive-move-for-football/news-story/9efccb01ea1051731ab0f55e8f5c1ad4|title=A-League expansion: New teams, second division announcement, Lucy Zelic reacts|website=www.news.com.au|access-date=2019-02-25}}</ref> The [[Canberra A-League Bid|Canberra & Capital Region]] was again passed over, but Nikou singled out Canberra as a future expansion location.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.foxsports.com.au/football/a-league/live-stream-aleague-announces-new-expansion-teams/news-story/ac2b462aba29ffeb64e871f35867332e|title=A-League expansion announcement, new teams, Western Melbourne Group, Macarthur South-West Sydney, fixtures|date=2018-12-13|website=Fox Sports|language=en-AU|access-date=2019-03-06}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|url=https://the-riotact.com/this-one-hurts-the-most-canberra-misses-out-on-securing-an-a-league-licence-again/278469|title=This one hurts the most: Canberra misses out on securing an A-League licence again|last=Gavel|first=Tim|website=The RiotACT|language=en|access-date=2019-03-06}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.smh.com.au/sport/soccer/canberra-officially-snubbed-for-a-league-but-ffa-signals-open-future-20181213-p50lyd.html|title='This isn't the end': Canberra A-League bid refuses to die after snub|last=Dutton|first=Chris|date=2018-12-13|website=The Sydney Morning Herald|language=en|access-date=2019-03-06}}</ref>
 
   
 
Nikou has been nominated for a position on the Executive Committee of the [[Asian Football Confederation]].<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.ffa.com.au/news/ffa-chairman-chris-nikou-nominated-afc-executive-committee|title=FFA Chairman Chris Nikou nominated for AFC Executive Committee|website=Football Federation Australia|access-date=2019-03-06}}</ref>
In January 2019, Nikou announced the termination of contract for [[Alen Stajcic]] the coach of the Australian [[Australia women's national soccer team|women's team]].<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.news.com.au/sport/football/stunned-reaction-to-matildas-coach-alen-stajcics-sacking/news-story/c51107a989e6eff5886bdd16c44fde30|title=Alen Stajcic sacked in Matildas coaching bombshell: Shock over 'disgrace'|website=www.news.com.au|access-date=2019-02-25}}</ref> This announcement has been controversial.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-01-27/matildas-alen-stajcic-sacking-ffa-boss-nikou-breaks-silence/10754040|title=Sacking Matildas coach Stajcic 'the right decision' says FFA boss|last=Ticket|first=Tracey Holmes for The|date=2019-01-27|website=ABC News|language=en-AU|access-date=2019-03-06}}</ref>
 
   
 
In the early part of 2019, Nikou and the new Football Federation Australia Board have been actively addressing a number of controversial issues in Australian football.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://footballtoday.news/features/ffa-board-the-first-100-days|title=FFA Board: the first 100 days {{!}} FootballToday.news|website=footballtoday.news|access-date=2019-03-19}}</ref> The National Club Identity Policy will be replaced.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.ffa.com.au/news/football-federation-australia-announces-changes-national-club-identity-policy|title=Football Federation Australia announces changes to National Club Identity Policy|website=Football Federation Australia|access-date=2019-03-19}}</ref> Australia's position in the Asian Football Confederation has been discussed,<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://theworldgame.sbs.com.au/australia-can-still-strengthen-fragile-asian-status|title=Australia can still strengthen 'fragile' Asian status|website=The World Game|access-date=2019-03-19}}</ref> including support of the current leadership.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://theworldgame.sbs.com.au/pfa-slams-ffa-support-of-controversial-afc-boss|title=PFA slams FFA support of controversial AFC boss|website=The World Game|access-date=2019-03-19}}</ref> The bid to host the 2023 [[FIFA Women's World Cup]] has been confirmed.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.foxsports.com.au/football/ffa-boss-chris-nikou-says-australias-bid-for-the-2023-womens-world-cup-needs-asian-support/news-story/15a11ec3f1f55ea10ac1707dc7b593a9|title=FIFA Women's World Cup: Australia's bid to host 2023 World Cup, expressions of interest, FIFA, Matildas, AFC|date=2019-03-13|website=Fox Sports|access-date=2019-03-19}}</ref> Issues surrounding facilities, commercial arrangements, and independence of the A-League competition are under consideration.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.smh.com.au/sport/soccer/state-of-the-game-ffa-s-task-to-fix-australian-football-20190315-p514jn.html|title=State of the game: FFA's task to fix Australian football|last=Bossi|first=Dominic|date=2019-03-15|website=The Sydney Morning Herald|access-date=2019-03-19}}</ref>
Nikou has been nominated for a position on the Executive Committee of the [[Asian Football Confederation]].<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.ffa.com.au/news/ffa-chairman-chris-nikou-nominated-afc-executive-committee|title=FFA Chairman Chris Nikou nominated for AFC Executive Committee|website=Football Federation Australia|language=en|access-date=2019-03-06}}</ref>
 
 
In the early part of 2019, Nikou and the new Football Federation Australia Board have been actively addressing a number of controversial issues in Australian football.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://footballtoday.news/features/ffa-board-the-first-100-days|title=FFA Board: the first 100 days {{!}} FootballToday.news|website=footballtoday.news|access-date=2019-03-19}}</ref> The National Club Identity Policy will be replaced.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.ffa.com.au/news/football-federation-australia-announces-changes-national-club-identity-policy|title=Football Federation Australia announces changes to National Club Identity Policy|website=Football Federation Australia|language=en|access-date=2019-03-19}}</ref> Australia's position in the Asian Football Confederation has been discussed,<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://theworldgame.sbs.com.au/australia-can-still-strengthen-fragile-asian-status|title=Australia can still strengthen 'fragile' Asian status|website=The World Game|language=en|access-date=2019-03-19}}</ref> including support of the current leadership.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://theworldgame.sbs.com.au/pfa-slams-ffa-support-of-controversial-afc-boss|title=PFA slams FFA support of controversial AFC boss|website=The World Game|language=en|access-date=2019-03-19}}</ref> The bid to host the 2023 [[FIFA Women's World Cup]] has been confirmed.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.foxsports.com.au/football/ffa-boss-chris-nikou-says-australias-bid-for-the-2023-womens-world-cup-needs-asian-support/news-story/15a11ec3f1f55ea10ac1707dc7b593a9|title=FIFA Women's World Cup: Australia's bid to host 2023 World Cup, expressions of interest, FIFA, Matildas, AFC|date=2019-03-13|website=Fox Sports|language=en-AU|access-date=2019-03-19}}</ref> Issues surrounding facilities, commercial arrangements, and independence of the A-League competition are under consideration.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.smh.com.au/sport/soccer/state-of-the-game-ffa-s-task-to-fix-australian-football-20190315-p514jn.html|title=State of the game: FFA's task to fix Australian football|last=Bossi|first=Dominic|date=2019-03-15|website=The Sydney Morning Herald|language=en|access-date=2019-03-19}}</ref>
 
   
 
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User:Jnuior

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The Curse of Mr. Bean

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LGBT rights in Bahrain

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As of 2014 Bahrain allows sex change surgeries.<ref>{{Cite web | author=Courtney Trenwith | date=2 January 2014 | title=Bahrain gives nod for sex changes - Culture & Society - ArabianBusiness.com | url=http://m.arabianbusiness.com/bahrain-gives-nod-for-sex-changes-533242.html | website=ArabianBusiness.com | access-date=24 March 2017}}</ref> A Bahraini lawyer named [[Fowzia Mohammed Janahi]] works for transsexual clients, trying to be recognised legally.
 
As of 2014 Bahrain allows sex change surgeries.<ref>{{Cite web | author=Courtney Trenwith | date=2 January 2014 | title=Bahrain gives nod for sex changes - Culture & Society - ArabianBusiness.com | url=http://m.arabianbusiness.com/bahrain-gives-nod-for-sex-changes-533242.html | website=ArabianBusiness.com | access-date=24 March 2017}}</ref> A Bahraini lawyer named [[Fowzia Mohammed Janahi]] works for transsexual clients, trying to be recognised legally.
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According to the World Values Survey in 2011, 42% of Bahraini people believed that "homosexuality is never justified," which was lower than the world average of 48% who agreed with that statement. It was also more accepting than any other Arab countries surveyed. The same survey found that 18% of Bahraini people "would not like to have homosexuals as neighbors" which was among the lowest percentage in the world.<ref>[http://www.worldvaluessurvey.org/WVSDocumentationWV6.jsp World Values Survey wave 6 (2010-2014)]</ref>
   
 
== Human rights reports ==
 
== Human rights reports ==

User talk:Gomaza

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Welcome to Wikipedia! (TW)

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Bandhan Bank

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==Merger==
 
==Merger==
In January 2019 Bandhan Bank initiated the process of acquisition of '''[[Gruh Finance]]''', an HDFC Ltd. backed housing finance arm in share-swap deal by way of Scheme of amalgamation ('Scheme'). RBI accorded its no-objection to the Scheme in the month of March 2019. The Bank has also received no-objection on the Scheme from the BSE and the NSE on April 03, 2019. On April 15, 2019 Competition Commission of India (CCI) has also approved the Scheme. Approval of NCLT, Bench at Kolkata, is awaited on the Scheme. <ref>{{cite news|url=https://www.moneycontrol.com/news/business/bandhan-bank-gets-cci-approval-to-acquire-gruh-finance-3838701.html/amp|title=Bandhan Bank gets CCI approval to acquire Gruh Finance|work=moneycontrol|accessdate=17 April 2019}}</ref>
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In January 2019 Bandhan Bank initiated the process of acquisition of '''[[GRUH Finance]]''', an HDFC Ltd. backed housing finance arm in share-swap deal by way of Scheme of amalgamation ('Scheme'). RBI accorded its no-objection to the Scheme in the month of March 2019. The Bank has also received no-objection on the Scheme from the BSE and the NSE on April 03, 2019. On April 15, 2019 Competition Commission of India (CCI) has also approved the Scheme. Approval of NCLT, Bench at Kolkata, is awaited on the Scheme. <ref>{{cite news|url=https://www.moneycontrol.com/news/business/bandhan-bank-gets-cci-approval-to-acquire-gruh-finance-3838701.html/amp|title=Bandhan Bank gets CCI approval to acquire Gruh Finance|work=moneycontrol|accessdate=17 April 2019}}</ref>
   
 
==History==
 
==History==

User:Phaforum

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En papillote

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{{Cleanup-cite|date=May 2017}}[[File:Black Cod en Papillot.jpg|thumb|Black Cod en Papillote]]
 
{{Cleanup-cite|date=May 2017}}[[File:Black Cod en Papillot.jpg|thumb|Black Cod en Papillote]]
'''''En papillote''''' ({{IPA-fr|ɑ̃ papijɔt}}; French for "in parchment"<ref>https://www.thespruce.com/what-does-en-papillote-mean-995657</ref>), or ''al cartoccio'' in Italian, is a method of [[cooking]] in which the food is put into a folded pouch or parcel and then [[baking|baked]]. The parcel is typically made from folded [[Parchment paper (baking)|parchment paper]], but other material, such as a [[paper bag]] or [[aluminium foil]], may be used. The parcel holds in moisture to steam the food.<ref name=NYtimes>{{cite news|last=Hesser|first=Amanda|title=The Envelope Please: Cooking En Papillote|url=https://www.nytimes.com/1999/05/19/dining/the-envelope-please-cooking-en-papillote.html?pagewanted=all&src=pm|accessdate=28 November 2012|newspaper=New York Times|date=May 19, 1999}}</ref> The pocket is created by overlapping circles of aluminum foil and parchment paper and then folding them tightly around the food to create a seal. A papillote should be opened at the table to allow people to smell the aroma when it opens.
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'''''En papillote''''' ({{IPA-fr|ɑ̃ papijɔt}}; French for "enveloped in paper"<ref>https://www.larousse.fr/dictionnaires/francais/papillote/57784</ref>), or ''al cartoccio'' in Italian, is a method of [[cooking]] in which the food is put into a folded pouch or parcel and then [[baking|baked]]. The parcel is typically made from folded [[Parchment paper (baking)|parchment paper]], but other material, such as a [[paper bag]] or [[aluminium foil]], may be used. The parcel holds in moisture to steam the food.<ref name=NYtimes>{{cite news|last=Hesser|first=Amanda|title=The Envelope Please: Cooking En Papillote|url=https://www.nytimes.com/1999/05/19/dining/the-envelope-please-cooking-en-papillote.html?pagewanted=all&src=pm|accessdate=28 November 2012|newspaper=New York Times|date=May 19, 1999}}</ref> The pocket is created by overlapping circles of aluminum foil and parchment paper and then folding them tightly around the food to create a seal. A papillote should be opened at the table to allow people to smell the aroma when it opens.
   
 
The moisture may be from the food itself or from an added moisture source, such as [[water]], [[wine]], or [[stock (food)|stock]].
 
The moisture may be from the food itself or from an added moisture source, such as [[water]], [[wine]], or [[stock (food)|stock]].

Glaucomastix

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'''Glaucomastix''' is a [[genus]] of [[lizard]]s that belongs to the [[Family (biology)|family]] [[Teiidae]].
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'''''Glaucomastix''''' is a [[genus]] of [[lizard]]s that belongs to the [[Family (biology)|family]] [[Teiidae]].
   
 
==Classification==
 
==Classification==
 
Listed alphabetically.<ref>[http://reptile-database.reptarium.cz/advanced_search?genus=glaucomastix&exact%5B0%5D=genus&submit=Search ''Glaucomastix''], The Reptile Database</ref>
 
Listed alphabetically.<ref>[http://reptile-database.reptarium.cz/advanced_search?genus=glaucomastix&exact%5B0%5D=genus&submit=Search ''Glaucomastix''], The Reptile Database</ref>
*''[[Glaucomastix abaetensis]]'' (Reis Dias, Rocha, & Vrcibradic, 2002) - Bahian sand dune lizard
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*''[[Glaucomastix abaetensis]]'' (Reis Dias, Rocha, & Vrcibradic, 2002) Bahian sand dune lizard
 
*''[[Glaucomastix cyanura]]'' (Arias, De Carvalho, Rodrigues, & Zaher, 2011)
 
*''[[Glaucomastix cyanura]]'' (Arias, De Carvalho, Rodrigues, & Zaher, 2011)
 
*''[[Glaucomastix littoralis]]'' (Rocha, Bamberg Araújo, Vrcibradic, & Mamede da Costa, 2000)
 
*''[[Glaucomastix littoralis]]'' (Rocha, Bamberg Araújo, Vrcibradic, & Mamede da Costa, 2000)

Talk:Júlia Bonet Fité

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José María del Mar

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'''José María Lasala del Mar''' (March 19, 1896&ndash;June 20, 1982), also known as Joe, was a [[Philippines|Filipino]] [[journalist]], editor, and publisher of ''La Prensa'', a [[Spanish language]] [[daily newspaper]] of [[Cebu City]].
   
 
del Mar was a writer, orator, playwright, theater actor, politician and authority on the Spanish Language. He won the 1965 [[Premio Zobel|Zobel Prize for Literature]] for his article "Perfiles" published (in Spanish) in the 1963 edition of La Opinión newspaper. He founded La Prensa (The Press) newspaper. He was a former chief of the Bureau of Labor.
 
del Mar was a writer, orator, playwright, theater actor, politician and authority on the Spanish Language. He won the 1965 [[Premio Zobel|Zobel Prize for Literature]] for his article "Perfiles" published (in Spanish) in the 1963 edition of La Opinión newspaper. He founded La Prensa (The Press) newspaper. He was a former chief of the Bureau of Labor.

User talk:Horserice

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British National (Overseas) scheduled for TFA: Precious

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We also suggest that you watchlist [[Wikipedia:Main Page/Errors]] up to the day of this TFA. Thanks! [[User:Jimfbleak|<b style="font-family:Lucida;color:red">Jimfbleak</b>]] - [[User talk:Jimfbleak|<span style="font-family:arial;color:green"><i>talk to me?</i></span>]] 09:09, 14 June 2019 (UTC)
 
We also suggest that you watchlist [[Wikipedia:Main Page/Errors]] up to the day of this TFA. Thanks! [[User:Jimfbleak|<b style="font-family:Lucida;color:red">Jimfbleak</b>]] - [[User talk:Jimfbleak|<span style="font-family:arial;color:green"><i>talk to me?</i></span>]] 09:09, 14 June 2019 (UTC)
 
:Great, will do. Thanks, [[User:Horserice|Horserice]] ([[User talk:Horserice#top|talk]]) 20:39, 14 June 2019 (UTC)
 
:Great, will do. Thanks, [[User:Horserice|Horserice]] ([[User talk:Horserice#top|talk]]) 20:39, 14 June 2019 (UTC)
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=== Precious ===
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{{user precious|header=Hong Kong|thanks=for quality articles from [[Mac book]] in 2009 to [[British National (Overseas)]] featured today, with surrounding articles such as [[British subject]], for revamping [[University of California, San Diego]], and for improving [[Hong Kong]] with patience, -}}
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You are recipient no. [[Wikipedia:WikiProject Quality Article Improvement/Precious#Horserice|2239]] of Precious, a prize of [[WP:QAI|QAI]]. --[[User:Gerda Arendt|Gerda Arendt]] ([[User talk:Gerda Arendt|talk]]) 07:14, 1 July 2019 (UTC)

Riverside Transit Agency

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Fares: Child rates same as seniors.

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High jump

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|align=left|{{BUL}} ||align=left|[[Stefka Kostadinova]] 2.09, [[Lyudmila Andonova]] 2.07, [[Venelina Veneva-Mateeva]] 2.04, [[Emilia Dragieva]] 2.00, [[Svetlana Isaeva-Leseva]] 2.00, [[Mirela Demireva]] 2.00
 
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User talk:MalikOo0ka/sandbox

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== Biography ==
 
== Biography ==
BANA has born and raised on (04/March/2001) in [[Sulaymaniyah Governorate]]. she entered school when she was 5 years old and then she went to a secondary school (Khelan) and for the high school she went to (Rizgary Exmampilary school) and finished in 2018. Provide a description of the subject's major contributions in the immediately relevant field(s) of notable expertise.<ref>Last, first (date). [http://URL Name of page]. Page xx. Publisher: xxxx</ref>
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BANA has born and raised on (04/March/2001) in [[Sulaymaniyah Governorate]]. she entered school when she was 5 years old and then she went to a secondary school (Khelan) and for the high school she went to (Rizgary Exmampilary school) and finished in 2018.<ref>Last, first (date). [http://URL Name of page]. Page xx. Publisher: xxxx</ref>
   
 
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=== Expanded description ===

AM

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* [[Armenia]] (ISO country code AM)
 
* [[Armenia]] (ISO country code AM)
 
* [[Attacking midfielder]], a position in association football
 
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* [[`am (disambiguation)]]
 
* [[`am (disambiguation)]]
 
* [[A&M (disambiguation)]]
 
* [[A&M (disambiguation)]]
 
* [[AM2 (disambiguation)]]
 
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Kompas

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| motto = ''Amanat Hati Nurani Rakyat''<br />(The Mandate of People's Conscience)
 
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File:DBE Film Soundtrack.PNG

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{{Non-free use rationale album cover
| Description = Albumcover to ''Dragonball Evolution: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack''.
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| Article = Dragonball Evolution: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
 
| Source = Varèse Sarabande, Bird Studio/Shueisha, & Twentith Century Fox 2009.
 
| Source = Varèse Sarabande, Bird Studio/Shueisha, & Twentith Century Fox 2009.
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| Portion = The image is only a small portion of the commercial product.
 
| Low_resolution = It is a low resolution image.
 
| Purpose = It illustrates educational articles about the album from which the image was taken.
 
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List of United States mobile virtual network operators

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1886 in the United Kingdom

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==Deaths==
 
==Deaths==
 
* 7 January – [[Richard Dadd]], painter (born 1817)
 
* 7 January – [[Richard Dadd]], painter (born 1817)
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* 12 February - [[Randolph Caldecott]], artist (born 1846)
 
* 15 February – [[Edward Cardwell, 1st Viscount Cardwell]], politician (born 1813)
 
* 15 February – [[Edward Cardwell, 1st Viscount Cardwell]], politician (born 1813)
 
* 27 March – [[Henry Taylor (dramatist)|Sir Henry Taylor]], dramatist, poet and civil servant (born 1800)
 
* 27 March – [[Henry Taylor (dramatist)|Sir Henry Taylor]], dramatist, poet and civil servant (born 1800)

Aron Jóhannsson

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| caption = Aron with the [[United States men's national soccer team|United States]] before a friendly versus [[Austria national football team|Austria]] on November 19, 2013
 
| caption = Aron with the [[United States men's national soccer team|United States]] before a friendly versus [[Austria national football team|Austria]] on November 19, 2013
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| fullname = Aron Jóhannsson<ref>{{cite news | title = 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil: List of Players | url = http://www.fifadata.com/document/fwc/2014/pdf/fwc_2014_squadlists.pdf | publisher = FIFA | format = PDF | page = 32 | date = June 11, 2014 | accessdate = June 11, 2014}}</ref>
| fullname = Aron Jóhannsson<ref>{{cite news
 
 
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| birth_date = {{birth date and age|1990|11|10}}
 
| birth_date = {{birth date and age|1990|11|10}}
 
| birth_place = [[Mobile, Alabama]], United States
 
| birth_place = [[Mobile, Alabama]], United States
| currentclub = [[SV Werder Bremen|Werder Bremen]]
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| position = [[Striker (association football)|Striker]]
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| currentclub =
| position = [[Forward (association football)|Striker]]
 
| clubnumber = 20
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| youthyears1 = 2000–2004 | youthclubs1 = [[Ungmennafélagið Fjölnir|Fjölnir]]
 
| youthyears1 = 2000–2004 | youthclubs1 = [[Ungmennafélagið Fjölnir|Fjölnir]]
 
| youthyears2 = 2005 | youthclubs2 = [[Breiðablik UBK|Breiðablik]]
 
| youthyears2 = 2005 | youthclubs2 = [[Breiðablik UBK|Breiðablik]]
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| years2 = 2010–2013 | clubs2 = [[Aarhus Gymnastikforening|Aarhus]] | caps2 = 65 | goals2 = 23
 
| years2 = 2010–2013 | clubs2 = [[Aarhus Gymnastikforening|Aarhus]] | caps2 = 65 | goals2 = 23
 
| years3 = 2013–2015 | clubs3 = [[AZ Alkmaar|AZ]] | caps3 = 58 | goals3 = 29
 
| years3 = 2013–2015 | clubs3 = [[AZ Alkmaar|AZ]] | caps3 = 58 | goals3 = 29
| years4 = 2015– | clubs4 = [[SV Werder Bremen|Werder Bremen]] | caps4 = 28 | goals4 = 4
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| years4 = 2015–2019 | clubs4 = [[SV Werder Bremen|Werder Bremen]] | caps4 = 28 | goals4 = 4
 
| years5 = 2017 | clubs5 = [[SV Werder Bremen II|Werder Bremen II]] | caps5 = 1 | goals5 = 0
 
| years5 = 2017 | clubs5 = [[SV Werder Bremen II|Werder Bremen II]] | caps5 = 1 | goals5 = 0
 
| nationalyears1 = 2011–2012 | nationalteam1 = [[Iceland national under-21 football team|Iceland U21]] | nationalcaps1 = 10 | nationalgoals1 = 1
 
| nationalyears1 = 2011–2012 | nationalteam1 = [[Iceland national under-21 football team|Iceland U21]] | nationalcaps1 = 10 | nationalgoals1 = 1
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| nationalteam-update = June 13, 2017
 
| nationalteam-update = June 13, 2017
 
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'''Aron Jóhannsson''' (born November 10, 1990) is an American professional [[association football|soccer]] player of Icelandic descent who plays as a [[Forward (association football)|striker]] for German club [[SV Werder Bremen|Werder Bremen]], and for the [[United States men's national soccer team]].
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'''Aron Jóhannsson''' (born November 10, 1990) is an American professional [[association football|soccer]] player of Icelandic descent who plays as a [[Striker (association football)|striker]] for the [[United States men's national soccer team]].
   
 
He began his career with [[Ungmennafélagið Fjölnir|Fjölnir]] and later played in the [[Danish Superliga]] for [[Aarhus Gymnastikforening|AGF]] before joining [[AZ Alkmaar|AZ]] in January 2013. After two-and-a-half seasons at the [[Eredivisie]] club, he was signed by Werder Bremen.
 
He began his career with [[Ungmennafélagið Fjölnir|Fjölnir]] and later played in the [[Danish Superliga]] for [[Aarhus Gymnastikforening|AGF]] before joining [[AZ Alkmaar|AZ]] in January 2013. After two-and-a-half seasons at the [[Eredivisie]] club, he was signed by Werder Bremen.
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* [http://www.danskfodbold.com/spiller.php?ligaid=2001&spillerid=11467 Official Danish League stats] {{da icon}}
 
* [http://www.danskfodbold.com/spiller.php?ligaid=2001&spillerid=11467 Official Danish League stats] {{da icon}}
   
{{SV Werder Bremen squad}}
 
 
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The Return of Mr. Bean

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External links

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[[Category:1990 British television episodes]]
 
[[Category:1990 British television episodes]]
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[[Category:Television programs written by Richard Curtis]]
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Pasha Kovalev

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==Personal life==
 
==Personal life==
   
Kovalev and professional partner [[Anya Garnis]] started dating as teenagers in the late 1990s, after meeting in dance class in [[Siberia]].<ref>[https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/rachel-riley-divorce-strictly-come-2869454 Rachel Riley's marriage breakdown 'had nothing to do with Strictly Come Dancing'] [[Daily Mirror]] 30/11/13.</ref> In 2001, the couple moved to the United States together.<ref name="BBCone"/> Kovalev has been dating his former ''Strictly'' partner [[Rachel Riley]] since 2014, and the couple now live together in London.<ref name="standard">{{cite news|url=https://www.standard.co.uk/showbiz/celebrity-news/strictly-come-dancing-curse-won-t-ruin-rachel-riley-relationship-says-pasha-kovalev-a3340186.html|title=Strictly Come Dancing curse won't ruin Rachel Riley relationship says Pasha Kovalev|newspaper=[[Evening Standard]]|accessdate=12 December 2016}}</ref> In May 2019 the couple announced via social media that they are expecting their first child.
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Kovalev and professional partner [[Anya Garnis]] started dating as teenagers in the late 1990s, after meeting in dance class in [[Siberia]].<ref>[https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/rachel-riley-divorce-strictly-come-2869454 Rachel Riley's marriage breakdown 'had nothing to do with Strictly Come Dancing'] [[Daily Mirror]] 30/11/13.</ref> In 2001, the couple moved to the United States together.<ref name="BBCone"/> Kovalev has been dating his former ''Strictly'' partner [[Rachel Riley]] since 2014, and the couple now live together in London.<ref name="standard">{{cite news|url=https://www.standard.co.uk/showbiz/celebrity-news/strictly-come-dancing-curse-won-t-ruin-rachel-riley-relationship-says-pasha-kovalev-a3340186.html|title=Strictly Come Dancing curse won't ruin Rachel Riley relationship says Pasha Kovalev|newspaper=[[Evening Standard]]|accessdate=12 December 2016}}</ref> In May 2019 the couple announced via social media that they are expecting their first child.
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The couple married in a secret ceremony in Las Vegas on Friday 28th June 2019. They announced the news via Instagram.
   
 
==Live tours==
 
==Live tours==

Talk:Opinion polling for the next United Kingdom general election

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Removing UKIP, ChUK, PC, SNP columns: Comment Added

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* '''Oppose'''. Restore SNP. Perverse to exclude a party that is the third largest in the House of Commons. [[User:Jmorrison230582|Jmorrison230582]] ([[User talk:Jmorrison230582|talk]]) 06:34, 1 July 2019 (UTC)
 
* '''Oppose'''. Restore SNP. Perverse to exclude a party that is the third largest in the House of Commons. [[User:Jmorrison230582|Jmorrison230582]] ([[User talk:Jmorrison230582|talk]]) 06:34, 1 July 2019 (UTC)
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* '''Oppose'''. The SNP might be marginal in the minds of the collective anglosphere, but they are still the third largest party at Westminster and have a membership comparable to the Conservative party. Strange decision to limit the data in this way. [[User:SymonBanMacaulay|SymonBanMacaulay]] ([[User talk:SymonBanMacaulay|talk]]) 07:13, 1 July 2019 (UTC)
   
 
==Notes==
 
==Notes==

2019 Blancpain GT World Challenge Europe

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Silver Cup

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