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List of fellows of IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society

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| 1971 || [[David K. Barton]]
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| 1972 || Laveen Kanal
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| 1973 || Edward Wolff
 
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| 1995 || James Rowland
 
| 1995 || James Rowland
 
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| 1995 || John Pierro
 
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| 1997 || David Lamensdorf
 
| 1997 || David Lamensdorf
 
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| 1997 || Donald Sinnott
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| 1997 || Michael Tuley
 
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| 1997 || Pramod Varshney
 
| 1997 || Pramod Varshney
 
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| 1998 || Asad Madni
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| 1998 || Asad Madni
 
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| 1998 || Dennis Knepp
 
| 1998 || Dennis Knepp
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| 1998 || Roger Peterson
 
| 1998 || Roger Peterson
 
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| 1999 || Marvin Cohen
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| 1999 || [[Marvin L. Cohen]]
 
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| 1999 || Sivaprasad Gogineni
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| 1999 || [[Prasad Gogineni]
 
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| 1999 || Kaushik Rajashekara
 
| 1999 || Kaushik Rajashekara
 
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| 2000 || Alfonso Farina
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| 2000 || [[Alfonso Farina]]
 
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| 2000 || Hugh Griffiths
 
| 2000 || Hugh Griffiths
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| 2001 || Leslie Novak
 
| 2001 || Leslie Novak
 
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| 2001 || Belur Dasarathy
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| 2001 || [[Belur V. Dasarathy]]
 
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| 2001 || Richard Linderman
 
| 2001 || Richard Linderman
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| 2003 || Simon Watts
 
| 2003 || Simon Watts
 
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| 2003 || Peter Willett
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| 2003 || [[Peter Willett]]
 
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| 2004 || Russell Lefevre
 
| 2004 || Russell Lefevre
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| 2004 || Paul Steffes
 
| 2004 || Paul Steffes
 
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| 2004 || Moe Win
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| 2004 || [[Moe Z. Win]]
 
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| 2005 || Rick Blum
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| 2005 || Rick Blum
 
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| 2005 || Mark Davis
 
| 2005 || Mark Davis
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| 2006 || Thomas Robertazzi
 
| 2006 || Thomas Robertazzi
 
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| 2007 || Teresa Pace
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| 2007 || [[Teresa Pace]]
 
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| 2007 || Gregory Bottomley
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| 2007 || Gregory Bottomley
 
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| 2007 || Paul Antonik
 
| 2007 || Paul Antonik
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| 2008 || John Schmalzel
 
| 2008 || John Schmalzel
 
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| 2009 || Yuri Abramovich
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| 2009 || [[Yuri Abramovich]]
 
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| 2009 || Pasquale Daponte
 
| 2009 || Pasquale Daponte
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| 2011 || Masanobu Shimada
 
| 2011 || Masanobu Shimada
 
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| 2012 || Bernard Mulgrew
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| 2012 || [[Bernard Mulgrew]]
 
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| 2012 || Roy Streit
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| 2012 || [[Roy Streit]]
 
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| 2013 || Marshall Greenspan
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| 2013 || Om Prakash Calla
 
| 2013 || Om Prakash Calla

Albuíno Cunha de Azeredo

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In early 1990, Azeredo joined the [[Democratic Labour Party (Brazil)|Democratic Labour Party]] (PDT) at the invitation of [[Waldir Pires]], a then [[Chamber of Deputies (Brazil)|federal deputy]] who had recently served as [[Governor of Bahia]].<ref name=fd/> Azeredo soon announced his candidacy for [[Governor of Espírito Santo|Governor]] of [[Espírito Santo]] in the 1990 state gubernatorial election.<ref name=fd/> Azeredo defeated his opponent, {{ill|José Inácio Ferreira|pt}} of the now defunct Social Labour Party (PST) by 44% to 36% in the gubernatorial first round, and 51% to 25% in the second round.<ref name=fd/> During his tenure as governor, Azeredo oversaw the visits of [[Pope John Paul II]] and [[South Africa]]n [[President of South Africa|President]] [[Nelson Mandela]] to Espírito Santo.<ref name=g1/>
 
In early 1990, Azeredo joined the [[Democratic Labour Party (Brazil)|Democratic Labour Party]] (PDT) at the invitation of [[Waldir Pires]], a then [[Chamber of Deputies (Brazil)|federal deputy]] who had recently served as [[Governor of Bahia]].<ref name=fd/> Azeredo soon announced his candidacy for [[Governor of Espírito Santo|Governor]] of [[Espírito Santo]] in the 1990 state gubernatorial election.<ref name=fd/> Azeredo defeated his opponent, {{ill|José Inácio Ferreira|pt}} of the now defunct Social Labour Party (PST) by 44% to 36% in the gubernatorial first round, and 51% to 25% in the second round.<ref name=fd/> During his tenure as governor, Azeredo oversaw the visits of [[Pope John Paul II]] and [[South Africa]]n [[President of South Africa|President]] [[Nelson Mandela]] to Espírito Santo.<ref name=g1/>
   
In [[Brazilian general election, 1998|October 1998]], Azeredo once again ran for Governor of Espírito Santo as the head of a state coalition formed by the [[Democratic Labour Party (Brazil)|Democratic Labour Party]] (PDT), the [[Popular Socialist Party (Brazil)|Popular Socialist Party]] (PPS), and several smaller parties.<ref name=fd/> However, Azeredo was defeated by his former 1990 opponent, {{ill|José Inácio Ferreira|pt}} of the [[Brazilian Social Democracy Party]] (PSDB) in the first round.<ref name=fd/>
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In [[1998 Brazilian general election|October 1998]], Azeredo once again ran for Governor of Espírito Santo as the head of a state coalition formed by the [[Democratic Labour Party (Brazil)|Democratic Labour Party]] (PDT), the [[Popular Socialist Party (Brazil)|Popular Socialist Party]] (PPS), and several smaller parties.<ref name=fd/> However, Azeredo was defeated by his former 1990 opponent, {{ill|José Inácio Ferreira|pt}} of the [[Brazilian Social Democracy Party]] (PSDB) in the first round.<ref name=fd/>
   
 
Azeredo was hospitalized at the Hospital Vila Velha on September 12, 2018 while visiting from his home in Rio de Janeiro.<ref name=fd/><ref name=jf/> He was diagnosed with [[pneumonia]] and admitted to the [[intensive care unit|ICU]].<ref name=fd/> However, five days later, Azeredo succumbed to complications of pneumonia and cardiac arrest at the hospital at approximately 7:50 am on September 16, 2018, at the age of 73.<ref name=fd/><ref name=g1/> He was [[laid in state]] at the [[Legislative Assembly of Espírito Santo]] in [[Vitória, Espírito Santo|Vitória]] before burial in the Parque da Paz cemetery at Ponta da Frut in his native [[Vila Velha]].<ref name=fd/><ref name=g1/>
 
Azeredo was hospitalized at the Hospital Vila Velha on September 12, 2018 while visiting from his home in Rio de Janeiro.<ref name=fd/><ref name=jf/> He was diagnosed with [[pneumonia]] and admitted to the [[intensive care unit|ICU]].<ref name=fd/> However, five days later, Azeredo succumbed to complications of pneumonia and cardiac arrest at the hospital at approximately 7:50 am on September 16, 2018, at the age of 73.<ref name=fd/><ref name=g1/> He was [[laid in state]] at the [[Legislative Assembly of Espírito Santo]] in [[Vitória, Espírito Santo|Vitória]] before burial in the Parque da Paz cemetery at Ponta da Frut in his native [[Vila Velha]].<ref name=fd/><ref name=g1/>

Lincoln–Douglas debate format

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== Judging ==
 
== Judging ==
 
Judges fall under many categories, the most common of which are:
 
Judges fall under many categories, the most common of which are:
* Lay judge (a judge who does not have experience in debate of any form, and is partial to basic and/or slow arguments); usually parents tend to be lay judges
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* Lay judge (a judge who does not have experience in debate of any form, and is partial to basic and/or slow arguments); usually parents tend to be lay judges. However, [[Robert E. Lee|Llizabeth Eee]] proved to be a surprisingly high-quality Lay judge with a phenomenal record of 300:1 for the Affirmative.
 
* Flow judge (a judge who seeks to minimize intervention in the round by judging based solely on the arguments as made by the debaters in the round. Arguments are usually tracked in a short-hand called "the flow".)<ref>{{Cite web|title = Lincoln-Douglas Debate (LD): Speech, Debate: National Speech & Debate Association|url = http://www.speechanddebate.org/lincolndouglas#organization|website = www.speechanddebate.org|accessdate = 2015-12-30}}</ref>
 
* Flow judge (a judge who seeks to minimize intervention in the round by judging based solely on the arguments as made by the debaters in the round. Arguments are usually tracked in a short-hand called "the flow".)<ref>{{Cite web|title = Lincoln-Douglas Debate (LD): Speech, Debate: National Speech & Debate Association|url = http://www.speechanddebate.org/lincolndouglas#organization|website = www.speechanddebate.org|accessdate = 2015-12-30}}</ref>
 
* Classical/traditional judge (looks strongly on the ethics of the case and the philosophy that is behind it, especially when it comes to the Value structure. They will not look highly upon spreading (which is the debate term for speed reading, at rates of 300 or more words per minute, during speeches) or progressive debate tactics like [[counterplan]] and [[kritik]]).
 
* Classical/traditional judge (looks strongly on the ethics of the case and the philosophy that is behind it, especially when it comes to the Value structure. They will not look highly upon spreading (which is the debate term for speed reading, at rates of 300 or more words per minute, during speeches) or progressive debate tactics like [[counterplan]] and [[kritik]]).

Emanuel D. Molyneaux Hewlett

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Supreme Court activities

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In ''[[Carter v. Texas]]'' 177 US 442 (1900), in which Hewlett served as co-counsel alongside attorney [[Wilford H. Smith]], this tactic was somewhat successful. Smith argued that Seth Carter's indictment for murder should be quashed because no blacks had been chosen to sit on the grand jury that presented it, despite blacks being one-fourth of Galveston, Texas voters. This has been interpreted as a victory for the idea that black defendants were entitled to a jury that included their black peers, making Smith the first African American attorney to successfully argue a case before the Supreme Court; however, the court's decision was narrowly focused on procedure, specifically the fact that Carter had never been given a chance to object to the composition of the grand jury (which had been empaneled before charges were filed against him), in violation of Texas law.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://caselaw.findlaw.com/us-supreme-court/177/442.html|title=Carter v. State of Texas|last=|first=|date=April 16, 1900|website=FindLaw|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|access-date=}}</ref><ref>{{Cite book|title=Defying Disenfranchisement|last=Riser|first=|publisher=|year=|isbn=|location=|pages=103}}</ref>
 
In ''[[Carter v. Texas]]'' 177 US 442 (1900), in which Hewlett served as co-counsel alongside attorney [[Wilford H. Smith]], this tactic was somewhat successful. Smith argued that Seth Carter's indictment for murder should be quashed because no blacks had been chosen to sit on the grand jury that presented it, despite blacks being one-fourth of Galveston, Texas voters. This has been interpreted as a victory for the idea that black defendants were entitled to a jury that included their black peers, making Smith the first African American attorney to successfully argue a case before the Supreme Court; however, the court's decision was narrowly focused on procedure, specifically the fact that Carter had never been given a chance to object to the composition of the grand jury (which had been empaneled before charges were filed against him), in violation of Texas law.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://caselaw.findlaw.com/us-supreme-court/177/442.html|title=Carter v. State of Texas|last=|first=|date=April 16, 1900|website=FindLaw|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|access-date=}}</ref><ref>{{Cite book|title=Defying Disenfranchisement|last=Riser|first=|publisher=|year=|isbn=|location=|pages=103}}</ref>
   
In the [[Lynching of Ed Johnson|Ed Johnson case]], in which Hewlett acted as co-counsel to Noah Parden, Parden made an argument on equal protection grounds that the trial of Ed Johnson, who faced the death penalty after a conviction for rape, had included violations of Johnson's Constitutional rights including the exclusion of blacks from the jury. Parden succeeded in convincing the court to stay Johnson's execution while the case was argued; however, this case was never heard because Johnson was taken from the jail in [[Chattanooga, Tennessee]], and lynched.<ref>{{Cite book|title=Contempt of Court: The Turn-of-the-Century Lynching that Launched One Hundred Years of Federalism|last=Curriden|first=Mark, and Leroy Phillips Jr.|publisher=Faber and Faber|year=1999|isbn=978-0571199525|location=New York|pages=188-193}}</ref> Hewlett did not participate in ''[[United States v. Shipp]]'' 203 U.S. 563 (1906), the case that resulted from this abrogation of federal authority.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://caselaw.findlaw.com/us-supreme-court/214/386.html|title=US v. Shipp (1909)|last=|first=|date=|website=FindLaw|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|access-date=July 2, 2019}}</ref>
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In the [[Lynching of Ed Johnson|Ed Johnson case]], in which Hewlett acted as co-counsel to Noah Parden, Parden made an argument on equal protection grounds that the trial of Ed Johnson, who faced the death penalty after a conviction for rape, had included violations of Johnson's Constitutional rights including the exclusion of blacks from the jury. Parden succeeded in convincing the court to stay Johnson's execution while the case was argued;, but the case was never heard because Johnson was taken from the jail in [[Chattanooga, Tennessee]], and lynched.<ref>{{Cite book|title=Contempt of Court: The Turn-of-the-Century Lynching that Launched One Hundred Years of Federalism|last=Curriden|first=Mark, and Leroy Phillips Jr.|publisher=Faber and Faber|year=1999|isbn=978-0571199525|location=New York|pages=188-193}}</ref> Hewlett did not participate in ''[[United States v. Shipp]]'' 203 U.S. 563 (1906), the case that resulted from this abrogation of federal authority.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://caselaw.findlaw.com/us-supreme-court/214/386.html|title=US v. Shipp (1909)|last=|first=|date=|website=FindLaw|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|access-date=July 2, 2019}}</ref>
   
   

Night Safari, Singapore

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The concept of a nocturnal park in Singapore was suggested in the 1980s by the former executive chairman of the Singapore Zoo, Dr Ong Swee Law. Constructed at a cost of [[S$]]63 million, the Night Safari was officially opened on 26 May 1994 and occupies {{Convert|35|ha}} of secondary [[rainforest]] adjacent to the [[Singapore Zoo]] and [[Upper Seletar Reservoir]].
 
The concept of a nocturnal park in Singapore was suggested in the 1980s by the former executive chairman of the Singapore Zoo, Dr Ong Swee Law. Constructed at a cost of [[S$]]63 million, the Night Safari was officially opened on 26 May 1994 and occupies {{Convert|35|ha}} of secondary [[rainforest]] adjacent to the [[Singapore Zoo]] and [[Upper Seletar Reservoir]].
   
The Night Safari currently houses over 900 animals representing over 100 [[species]], of which 41% are [[threatened species]]. The Night Safari is managed by [[Wildlife Reserves Singapore]], and about 1.3 million visitors visit the safari per year.<ref>[http://www.nightsafari.com.sg/about/fastfacts.htm Night Safari – World's First in Singapore<!-- Bot generated title -->]</ref> The Night Safari received its 11 millionth visitor on 29 May 2007.
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The Night Safari currently houses over 900 animals representing over 100 [[species]], of which 41% are [[threatened species]]. The Night Safari is managed by [[Wildlife Reserves Singapore]], and about 1.3 million visitors visit the safari per year.<ref>https://www.wrs.com.sg/en/about-us/about-night-safari.html</ref> The Night Safari received its 11 millionth visitor on 29 May 2007.
   
 
==Highlights==
 
==Highlights==
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* [[Banteng]]
 
* [[Banteng]]
 
* [[Bharal]]
 
* [[Bharal]]
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* [[Bornean bearded pig]]
 
* [[Cape buffalo]]
 
* [[Cape buffalo]]
 
* [[Dhole]]
 
* [[Dhole]]
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==Awards==
 
==Awards==
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* ASEAN Tourism Association — Aseanta Awards For Excellence (1995)<ref>https://www.wrs.com.sg/en/about-us/about-night-safari.html</ref>
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** Best New Attraction in ASEAN
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* Singapore Totalisator Board — Excellence For Singapore Award (1996) (Inaugural Awards)
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* Venture Asia Publishng – Meeting & Conventions Awards (1998)
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**Best Theme Venue
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* Incentive Meetings Association (Ima) Asia Pacific (2000)
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** Best Theme Venue
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* Travelweekly East Innovators Awards (2001)
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**Top Innovator Award for a Tourist Attraction
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* International Festivals And Events Association (IFEA) — Best New Event (Within an Existing Festival)
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* Superbrand Award (2003)
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* Restroom Association (Singapore) – Happy Toilet Award (2004)
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* Singapore H.E.A.L.T.H. Award Bronze Recipient (2004)
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* Excellent Service Award (EXSA) (2006) – Superstar Winner
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** Awarded to Mr Emmey Mohd Bin Nenpari, Guest Relations Assistant
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* NATAS Award Inbound SECTOR (2006)
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** Best supporting local attraction/hotel/transport operator
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* 40 Jewels in ASEAN's Crown (2007)
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* Viator.com (2007)
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** 10 Most Popular Experiences in Asia
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* Michelin 3-star rating (2008)
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* 20th Annual TTG Travel Awards (2008)
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** Best Theme Attraction
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* Most Favourite Attraction Award (2008)
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* Achievement of ISO 14001 And OHSAS 18001 Certifications
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* Timeout Singapore (2010)
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** Best of Awards
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** Best Visitor Attraction
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* Businesses For Families Mark (2010)
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* 2010 Asian Attraction Award
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** Most Popular Asian Attraction, Wildlife Park
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* Singapore Tourism Awards<ref>[http://www.tourismawards.com/winners.htm Welcome to Singapore Tourism Awards 2008<!-- Bot generated title -->]</ref>
 
* Singapore Tourism Awards<ref>[http://www.tourismawards.com/winners.htm Welcome to Singapore Tourism Awards 2008<!-- Bot generated title -->]</ref>
 
** Top 10 Best Family Experience (2006)
 
** Top 10 Best Family Experience (2006)
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** Best Ground crew of the Year, Vijayeswaran Visvalingam. (2009)
 
** Best Ground crew of the Year, Vijayeswaran Visvalingam. (2009)
 
** Best Animal Caretaker of the Year, Hadi Akmal (2015)
 
** Best Animal Caretaker of the Year, Hadi Akmal (2015)
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==References==
 
==References==

User talk:CASSIOPEIA

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::::::::::::::::{{u|Epiphyllumlover}} Then it should not be as an article or stand alone list but put it in navigation template and place it on the related article. Thank you.[[User:CASSIOPEIA|<b style="font-family:Georgia;font-size:80%;color:#FA0"> CASSIOPEIA</b>]]<sup>([[User talk:CASSIOPEIA|<b style="#0000FF">talk</b>]])</sup> 01:31, 2 July 2019 (UTC)
 
::::::::::::::::{{u|Epiphyllumlover}} Then it should not be as an article or stand alone list but put it in navigation template and place it on the related article. Thank you.[[User:CASSIOPEIA|<b style="font-family:Georgia;font-size:80%;color:#FA0"> CASSIOPEIA</b>]]<sup>([[User talk:CASSIOPEIA|<b style="#0000FF">talk</b>]])</sup> 01:31, 2 July 2019 (UTC)
   
== Vietnam Friendship Village edits ==
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A start-class article from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia edits ==
   
 
Hi Cassiopeia,
 
Hi Cassiopeia,
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: Hi {{U|Joseph.little}}, Good day. Is the creator of the page [[Vietnam Friendship Village]], [[User:Emmartyn]], is the student you have been working with at Niagara University that you mentioned above? [[User:CASSIOPEIA|<b style="font-family:Georgia;font-size:80%;color:#FA0"> CASSIOPEIA</b>]]<sup>([[User talk:CASSIOPEIA|<b style="#0000FF">talk</b>]])</sup> 13:44, 29 June 2019 (UTC)
 
: Hi {{U|Joseph.little}}, Good day. Is the creator of the page [[Vietnam Friendship Village]], [[User:Emmartyn]], is the student you have been working with at Niagara University that you mentioned above? [[User:CASSIOPEIA|<b style="font-family:Georgia;font-size:80%;color:#FA0"> CASSIOPEIA</b>]]<sup>([[User talk:CASSIOPEIA|<b style="#0000FF">talk</b>]])</sup> 13:44, 29 June 2019 (UTC)
   
:Hi Cassiopeia,
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::Hi Cassiopeia,
   
No, no one knows who Emmartyn is. That person is not on our board of directors and is not one of the students working with me. It looks like the person created the Wikipedia content in 2007. What would be the next steps in my being able to revise the page? Thanks for your assistance.
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::No, no one knows who Emmartyn is. That person is not on our board of directors and is not one of the students working with me. It looks like the person created the Wikipedia content in 2007. What would be the next steps in my being able to revise the page? Thanks for your assistance.
 
[[User:Joseph.little|Joseph.little]] ([[User talk:Joseph.little|talk]]) 15:39, 2 July 2019 (UTC)
 
[[User:Joseph.little|Joseph.little]] ([[User talk:Joseph.little|talk]]) 15:39, 2 July 2019 (UTC)
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::: Hi {{U|Joseph.little}}, Good day, may I know the Wikipedia user names, if they have been registered, of the two students/any parties would involve, you have worked/are going to work with for this project which you intent to rework the content as I need all hands onboard so I could advise all the involved parties in one setting (on same message). Thank you.[[User:CASSIOPEIA|<b style="font-family:Georgia;font-size:80%;color:#FA0"> CASSIOPEIA</b>]]<sup>([[User talk:CASSIOPEIA|<b style="#0000FF">talk</b>]])</sup> 06:56, 3 July 2019 (UTC)
   
 
== Subject: Double nationality edit in the article [[Brian Ortega]] ==
 
== Subject: Double nationality edit in the article [[Brian Ortega]] ==

Alice Griffiths

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'''Alice Griffiths''' (born 22 January 2001) is a Welsh [[Association football|footballer]] who plays for [[Welsh Premier Women's Football League]] side [[Cardiff Met. Ladies F.C.|Cardiff Met. Ladies]].
 
'''Alice Griffiths''' (born 22 January 2001) is a Welsh [[Association football|footballer]] who plays for [[Welsh Premier Women's Football League]] side [[Cardiff Met. Ladies F.C.|Cardiff Met. Ladies]].

Wilson Lima

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'''Wilson Miranda Lima''' (born 26 June 1976) is a Brazilian politician, journalist and the [[List of Governors of Amazonas|Governor]] of the state of [[Amazonas (Brazilian state)|Amazonas]]. Lima won the [[Brazilian gubernatorial elections, 2018|2018 election]] with 58% of the vote, defeating [[Democratic Labor Party (Brazil)|PDT]] incumbent [[Amazonino Mendes]]. A member of [[Social Christian Party (Brazil)|PSC]], Lima assumed office on 1 January 2019.<ref name="globo">{{cite web|url=https://g1.globo.com/am/amazonas/eleicoes/2018/noticia/2018/10/28/wilson-lima-psc-e-eleito-governador-do-am-com-5981-dos-votos.ghtml|title=Wilson Lima (PSC) é eleito governador do AM com 58,50% dos votos &#124; Eleições 2018 no Amazonas|website=G1|date=9 November 2018|accessdate=9 November 2018}}</ref>
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'''Wilson Miranda Lima''' (born 26 June 1976) is a Brazilian politician, journalist and the [[List of Governors of Amazonas|Governor]] of the state of [[Amazonas (Brazilian state)|Amazonas]]. Lima won the [[2018 Brazilian gubernatorial elections|2018 election]] with 58% of the vote, defeating [[Democratic Labor Party (Brazil)|PDT]] incumbent [[Amazonino Mendes]]. A member of [[Social Christian Party (Brazil)|PSC]], Lima assumed office on 1 January 2019.<ref name="globo">{{cite web|url=https://g1.globo.com/am/amazonas/eleicoes/2018/noticia/2018/10/28/wilson-lima-psc-e-eleito-governador-do-am-com-5981-dos-votos.ghtml|title=Wilson Lima (PSC) é eleito governador do AM com 58,50% dos votos &#124; Eleições 2018 no Amazonas|website=G1|date=9 November 2018|accessdate=9 November 2018}}</ref>
   
 
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[[Category:1976 births]]

Comptroller General's Department

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== Missions ==
 
== Missions ==
 
The Comptroller General's Department has four main missions as follows:
 
The Comptroller General's Department has four main missions as follows:
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* Control of the disbursement of funds
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* Control of government spending
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* Control the government personnel budget
*4) Support the Ministry of Finance and Government policies
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* Support the Ministry of Finance and Government policies
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

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|title = [[Racine, Wisconsin]]
 
|title = [[Racine, Wisconsin]]
 
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|below = This list is incomplete.<br>[[Jerome I. Case High School]] is in nearby [[Mount Pleasant, Wisconsin|Mount Pleasant]] even though it has a Racine address.<br>[[The Prairie School]] is in nearby [[Wind Point, Wisconsin|Wind Point]] even though it has a Racine postal address<!--The website https://www.prairieschool.com/ states "4050 Lighthouse Drive Racine, WI 53402" but the school is actually in Wind Point. Remember city names of the USPS addresses do not necessarily indicate the municipal situation (https://web.archive.org/web/19961031170034/http://www.ci.houston.tx.us:80/annexation/annexation_FAQ.html says ""). You need to map the whole address and compare to municipal or CDP maps--><br>[[Wingspread]] (Herbert F. Johnson House) is also in Wind Point.
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|below = This list is incomplete.<br>[[Jerome I. Case High School]] is in nearby [[Mount Pleasant, Wisconsin|Mount Pleasant]] even though it has a Racine address.<br>[[The Prairie School]] is in nearby [[Wind Point, Wisconsin|Wind Point]] even though it has a Racine postal address<!--The website https://www.prairieschool.com/ states "4050 Lighthouse Drive Racine, WI 53402" but the school is actually in Wind Point. Remember city names of the USPS addresses do not necessarily indicate the municipal situation (https://web.archive.org/web/19961031170034/http://www.ci.houston.tx.us:80/annexation/annexation_FAQ.html says "The U.S. Postal Service establishes ZIP codes and mailing addresses in order to maximize the efficiency of their system, not to recognize jurisdictional boundaries."). You need to map the whole address and compare to municipal or CDP maps--><br>[[Wingspread]] (Herbert F. Johnson House) is also in Wind Point.
 
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* [[Racine Lutheran High School|Racine Lutheran HS]]
 
* [[Racine Lutheran High School|Racine Lutheran HS]]
 
* [[St. Catherine's High School (Racine, Wisconsin)|St. Catherine's HS]]
 
* [[St. Catherine's High School (Racine, Wisconsin)|St. Catherine's HS]]
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* [[John H. Batten Airport]]
 
* [[John H. Batten Airport]]
 
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Roseana Sarney

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'''Roseana Sarney Murad''' (born June 1, 1953 in [[São Luís, Maranhão]]) is a Brazilian [[politician]] and [[sociologist]]. She was the governor of the [[States of Brazil|Brazilian state]] of [[Maranhão]] from 2009 to 2014. She is a member of the [[Brazilian Democratic Movement Party]] and daughter of [[List of Presidents of Brazil|former President]] and senator [[José Sarney]].
 
'''Roseana Sarney Murad''' (born June 1, 1953 in [[São Luís, Maranhão]]) is a Brazilian [[politician]] and [[sociologist]]. She was the governor of the [[States of Brazil|Brazilian state]] of [[Maranhão]] from 2009 to 2014. She is a member of the [[Brazilian Democratic Movement Party]] and daughter of [[List of Presidents of Brazil|former President]] and senator [[José Sarney]].
   
Roseana has served in a number of elected offices, including [[Chamber of Deputies of Brazil|congresswoman]] from 1991 to 1994, governor of Maranhão from 1995 to 2002 and [[Senate of Brazil|senator]] from 2003 to 2009.<ref name="senate profile">{{cite web | title= Roseana Sarney Murad | publisher= Senado Federal | language= Portuguese | url= http://www.senado.gov.br/senadores/senadores_biografia.asp?codparl=3359 | deadurl= yes | archiveurl= https://web.archive.org/web/20101209022659/http://www.senado.gov.br/senadores/senadores_biografia.asp?codparl=3359 | archivedate= 2010-12-09 | df= }}</ref> She considered [[Brazilian general election, 2002|running for president]] in 2002,<ref>{{cite news| url= https://www.nytimes.com/2001/12/19/world/brazil-s-unlikely-rising-star-in-politics-a-woman.html | newspaper= The New York Times | date=December 19, 2001 | title=Brazil's Unlikely Rising Star in Politics: a Woman | last= Rohter | first= Larry }}</ref> but a corruption scandal led to her withdrawal from the race on April 15, 2002.<ref>{{ cite news| url=http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/americas/1928753.stm | title=Brazil's woman candidate quits race | newspaper=BBC News | last= Gibb | first= Tom | date=April 14, 2002 }}</ref>
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Roseana has served in a number of elected offices, including [[Chamber of Deputies of Brazil|congresswoman]] from 1991 to 1994, governor of Maranhão from 1995 to 2002 and [[Senate of Brazil|senator]] from 2003 to 2009.<ref name="senate profile">{{cite web | title= Roseana Sarney Murad | publisher= Senado Federal | language= Portuguese | url= http://www.senado.gov.br/senadores/senadores_biografia.asp?codparl=3359 | deadurl= yes | archiveurl= https://web.archive.org/web/20101209022659/http://www.senado.gov.br/senadores/senadores_biografia.asp?codparl=3359 | archivedate= 2010-12-09 | df= }}</ref> She considered [[2002 Brazilian general election|running for president]] in 2002,<ref>{{cite news| url= https://www.nytimes.com/2001/12/19/world/brazil-s-unlikely-rising-star-in-politics-a-woman.html | newspaper= The New York Times | date=December 19, 2001 | title=Brazil's Unlikely Rising Star in Politics: a Woman | last= Rohter | first= Larry }}</ref> but a corruption scandal led to her withdrawal from the race on April 15, 2002.<ref>{{ cite news| url=http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/americas/1928753.stm | title=Brazil's woman candidate quits race | newspaper=BBC News | last= Gibb | first= Tom | date=April 14, 2002 }}</ref>
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==
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[[Category:Democratic Social Party politicians]]
 
[[Category:Democratic Social Party politicians]]
 
[[Category:Women state governors of Brazil]]
 
[[Category:Women state governors of Brazil]]
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{{Brazil-politician-stub}}

Hirvonen

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*[[Elina Hirvonen]] (born 1975), Finnish writer and journalist
 
*[[Elina Hirvonen]] (born 1975), Finnish writer and journalist
 
*[[Heikki Hirvonen]] (1895–1973), Finnish biathlete
 
*[[Heikki Hirvonen]] (1895–1973), Finnish biathlete
*Jorma Hirvonen, (1938-), Finnish doctor and professor
 
 
*[[Mikko Hirvonen]] (born 1980), Finnish rally driver
 
*[[Mikko Hirvonen]] (born 1980), Finnish rally driver
 
*[[Pasi Hirvonen]] (born 1988), Finnish ice hockey player
 
*[[Pasi Hirvonen]] (born 1988), Finnish ice hockey player
*Pekka Hirvonen, (1944-), Finnish linguist
 
 
*[[Raimo Hirvonen]] (born 1950), Finnish sport wrestler
 
*[[Raimo Hirvonen]] (born 1950), Finnish sport wrestler
 
*[[Reino Antero Hirvonen]] (1908–1989), Finnish geodesist
 
*[[Reino Antero Hirvonen]] (1908–1989), Finnish geodesist
*Salama Hirvonen, (1910-2007), Finnish journalist and translator
 
 
*[[Timo Hirvonen]] (born 1973), Finnish ice hockey player
 
*[[Timo Hirvonen]] (born 1973), Finnish ice hockey player
 
*[[Tomi Hirvonen]] (born 1977), Finnish ice hockey player
 
*[[Tomi Hirvonen]] (born 1977), Finnish ice hockey player
*Uuno Hirvonen, (1898-1971), Finnish writer and journalist
 
*Vilho Hirvonen, (1894- ? ), Finnish footballer
 
   
 
{{surname}}
 
{{surname}}

Detroit School of Arts

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Established in 1992 by the now-retired Dr. Denise Davis-Cotton.
 
Established in 1992 by the now-retired Dr. Denise Davis-Cotton.
   
During the eight hour school day, students follow a rigorous college preparatory curriculum with an intensive study in the arts. The school received the Kennedy Center Creative Ticket National Arts School of Distinction Award for the 2002-2003 school year. On May 22. 2012 Detroit School of Arts (DSA) become Detroit Public Schools first self-governing school.<ref>{{cite web | url=http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/05/22/detroit-school-of-arts-public-high-school-self-govern_n_1535969.html | title=Detroit School Of Arts Becomes District's First Self-governing School With Help From City Arts Groups | publisher=Huffington Post | date=May 22, 2012 | accessdate=July 14, 2012}}</ref>
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During the eight hour school day, students follow a rigorous college preparatory curriculum with an intensive study in the arts. The school received the Kennedy Center Creative Ticket National Arts School of Distinction Award for the 2002-2003 school year. On May 22, 2012, Detroit School of Arts (DSA) become Detroit Public Schools first self-governing school.<ref>{{cite web | url=http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/05/22/detroit-school-of-arts-public-high-school-self-govern_n_1535969.html | title=Detroit School Of Arts Becomes District's First Self-governing School With Help From City Arts Groups | publisher=Huffington Post | date=May 22, 2012 | accessdate=July 14, 2012}}</ref>
   
 
==Curriculum==
 
==Curriculum==

Floriano Peixoto

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{{other uses}}
 
{{other uses}}
 
{{Portuguese name|Vieira|Peixoto}}
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| honorific-prefix = [[Excellency|His Excellency]]
 
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| death_date={{death date and age|1895|7|29|1839|4|30|df=y}}
 
| death_date={{death date and age|1895|7|29|1839|4|30|df=y}}
 
| death_place=[[Barra Mansa]], [[Rio de Janeiro (state)|Rio de Janeiro]], Brazil
 
| death_place=[[Barra Mansa]], [[Rio de Janeiro (state)|Rio de Janeiro]], Brazil
| spouse=Josina Peixoto <br> {{small|(m. 1872–1895; his death)}}
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| spouse=Josina Peixoto <br /> {{small|(m. 1872–1895; his death)}}
 
| signature=Presidente Floriano Peixoto assinatura.jpg
 
| signature=Presidente Floriano Peixoto assinatura.jpg
 
| nickname=The Iron Marshal
 
| nickname=The Iron Marshal
 
| party=Independent
 
| party=Independent
| allegiance = {{flagicon|Empire of Brazil}} [[Empire of Brazil]] <br> {{flagicon|Brazil}} [[Brazil]]
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| allegiance = {{flagicon|Empire of Brazil}} [[Empire of Brazil]] <br /> {{flagicon|Brazil}} [[Brazil]]
 
| branch = [[File:Coat of arms of the Brazilian Army.svg|23px]] [[Brazilian Army]]
 
| branch = [[File:Coat of arms of the Brazilian Army.svg|23px]] [[Brazilian Army]]
 
| rank = [[Marshal (Brazil)|Field Marshal]]
 
| rank = [[Marshal (Brazil)|Field Marshal]]
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'''Floriano Vieira Peixoto''' ({{IPA-pt|floriˈɐ̃nu viˈejrɐ pejˈʃotu}} 30 April 1839 &ndash; 29 July 1895), born in [[:pt:Ipioca|Ipioca]] (today a district of the city of [[Maceió]] in the State of [[Alagoas]]), nicknamed the "Iron Marshal",<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www1.folha.uol.com.br/folha/especial/2002/eleicoes/historia-1891.shtml |title=''A República de Ferro'' |publisher= www1.folha.uol.com.br|date=|accessdate=July 12, 2015|language=Portuguese|author=}}</ref> was a Brazilian soldier and politician, a veteran of the [[Paraguayan War]], and the second [[President of Brazil]].<ref>[http://educacao.uol.com.br/biografias/floriano-vieira-peixoto.jhtm Floriano Vieira Peixoto] (in Portuguese)</ref> He is the first [[Vice President of Brazil]] to have succeeded a former President mid-term.
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'''Floriano Vieira Peixoto''' ({{IPA-pt|floriˈɐ̃nu viˈejrɐ pejˈʃotu}} 30 April 1839 &ndash; 29 July 1895), born in [[:pt:Ipioca|Ipioca]] (today a district of the city of [[Maceió]] in the State of [[Alagoas]]), nicknamed the "Iron Marshal",<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www1.folha.uol.com.br/folha/especial/2002/eleicoes/historia-1891.shtml |title=''A República de Ferro'' |publisher= www1.folha.uol.com.br|date=|accessdate=July 12, 2015|language=Portuguese|author=}}</ref> was a Brazilian soldier and politician, a veteran of the [[Paraguayan War]], and the second [[President of Brazil]].<ref>[http://educacao.uol.com.br/biografias/floriano-vieira-peixoto.jhtm Floriano Vieira Peixoto] (in Portuguese)</ref> He is the first [[Vice President of Brazil]] to have succeeded a former President mid-term.
   
 
==Election and Succession as President==
 
==Election and Succession as President==
Floriano Peixoto was an army Marshal when [[Brazilian presidential election, 1891|elected vice-president]] in February 1891. Later, in November 1891, he rose to the presidency following the resignation of Marshal [[Deodoro da Fonseca]], the first president of Brazil. Floriano Peixoto came to the presidency in a difficult period of the new Brazilian Republic, which was in the midst of a general political and economic crisis made worse by the effects of the [[boom and bust|bursting]] of the [[Encilhamento]] [[economic bubble]].
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Floriano Peixoto was an army Marshal when [[1891 Brazilian presidential election|elected vice-president]] in February 1891. Later, in November 1891, he rose to the presidency following the resignation of Marshal [[Deodoro da Fonseca]], the first president of Brazil. Floriano Peixoto came to the presidency in a difficult period of the new Brazilian Republic, which was in the midst of a general political and economic crisis made worse by the effects of the [[boom and bust|bursting]] of the [[Encilhamento]] [[economic bubble]].
   
 
==Government==
 
==Government==
His government was marked by several revolutions. Ruling in authoritarian fashion, Floriano Peixoto defeated a [[Revolta da Armada|naval officers' rebellion]] against him in 1893–1894 and a [[Federalist Riograndense Revolution|seditious military movement]] in the States of [[Rio Grande do Sul]] and [[Santa Catarina (state)|Santa Catarina]] during the same years. His government was marked by increased centralization of power and [[nationalism]], with the ''florianista'' [[cult of personality]] being the first phenomena of favorable political expression towards a Republican politician in Brazil<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://atlas.fgv.br/verbetes/florianismo|title=Florianismo {{!}} Atlas Histórico do Brasil - FGV|website=atlas.fgv.br|language=pt-br|access-date=2018-05-19}}</ref>.
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His government was marked by several revolutions. Ruling in authoritarian fashion, Floriano Peixoto defeated a [[Revolta da Armada|naval officers' rebellion]] against him in 1893–1894 and a [[Federalist Riograndense Revolution|seditious military movement]] in the States of [[Rio Grande do Sul]] and [[Santa Catarina (state)|Santa Catarina]] during the same years. His government was marked by increased centralization of power and [[nationalism]], with the ''florianista'' [[cult of personality]] being the first phenomena of favorable political expression towards a Republican politician in Brazil.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://atlas.fgv.br/verbetes/florianismo|title=Florianismo {{!}} Atlas Histórico do Brasil - FGV|website=atlas.fgv.br|language=pt-br|access-date=2018-05-19}}</ref>
   
 
==Legacy==
 
==Legacy==
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Outline of North Macedonia

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'''[[ Macedonia]]''' is a [[Landlocked country|landlocked]] [[List of sovereign states|sovereign country]] located on the [[Balkan Peninsula]] in [[Southern Europe]].<ref name=CIA_World_Factbook>{{cite web|date=July 2, 2009|url=https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/mk.html|title=North Macedonia|work=[[The World Factbook]]|publisher=[[United States]] [[Central Intelligence Agency]]|accessdate=July 23, 2009}}</ref> Macedonia is bordered by [[Serbia]] and [[Kosovo]]{{Ref label|status|a|}} to the north, [[Albania]] to the west, [[Greece]] to the south, and [[Bulgaria]] to the east.
 
'''[[ Macedonia]]''' is a [[Landlocked country|landlocked]] [[List of sovereign states|sovereign country]] located on the [[Balkan Peninsula]] in [[Southern Europe]].<ref name=CIA_World_Factbook>{{cite web|date=July 2, 2009|url=https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/mk.html|title=North Macedonia|work=[[The World Factbook]]|publisher=[[United States]] [[Central Intelligence Agency]]|accessdate=July 23, 2009}}</ref> Macedonia is bordered by [[Serbia]] and [[Kosovo]]{{Ref label|status|a|}} to the north, [[Albania]] to the west, [[Greece]] to the south, and [[Bulgaria]] to the east.
   
It was admitted to the [[United Nations]] in 1993 under the provisional reference '''the former <!-- DO ''not'' CAPITALIZE "FORMER" - LOWER CASE IS CORRECT --> Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia'''<ref>[[United Nations Security Council Resolution 817|United Nations Security Council Resolutions 817]] of April 7 and 845 of June 18 of 1993</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.un.org/members/notes/yugoslavia.htm|title=Note on Yugoslavia|accessdate=2008-05-10}} "''By resolution A/RES/47/225 of 8 April 1993, the General Assembly decided to admit as a Member of the United Nations the State being provisionally referred to for all purposes within the United Nations as "The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia" pending settlement of the difference that had arisen over its name.''"</ref> commonly abbreviated to '''''',<ref>Bonk, M. R., Carlton R. A. (editors) (1997), ''International Acronyms, Initialisms & Abbreviations Dictionary'', 4th Edition, Detroit, New York, Toronto, London: Gale Research, LCCCN 85-642206, {{ISBN|0-8103-7437-4}}, ISSN 0743-0523, Volume 1, pg. 516 and Bonk, M. R (Project Editor) (2003), ''International Acronyms, Initialisms & Abbreviations Dictionary'', 32nd Edition, USA: Gale-Thompson Group, Volume 1, pg. 1789, {{ISBN|0-7876-4109-X}} (Part 2 D-I only)</ref><ref>Alongside the official long-form reference, the "" [[acronym]] is frequently used by international organizations such as the [https://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?NewsID=22590&Cr=Greece&Cr1=FYROM UN], the [http://www.consilium.europa.eu/cms3_fo/showPage.asp?id=594&lang=EN EU], the [http://osce.mobi/documents/rfm/2000/05/2270_en.pdf OSCE], the [http://ebu.ch/CMSimages/en/Guide4_2006_tcm6-49242.pdf?display=EN EBU], the [http://imf.org/external/pubs/ft/scr/2008/cr0848.pdf IMF], the [http://info.worldbank.org/etools/docs/library/85673/devdebates/ECA1/alb_fiscalpolicy_eng.pdf World Bank], [http://www.wto.org/English/thewto_e/countries_e/macedonia_e.htm WTO] and [http://www.nato.int/fyrom/home.htm NATO] (All NATO documents referring to "" have to be accompanied by a footnote text 'Turkey recognises the Republic of Macedonia with its constitutional name')</ref> pending resolution of a [[Macedonia naming dispute|naming dispute with Greece]].<ref>[https://www.un.org/documents/ga/res/47/a47r225.htm United Nations Resolution 225 (1993)]</ref> Many other international institutions and countries recognised the country under the same reference, although an overall majority of countries recognised it under its constitutional name.<ref>See [[Macedonia naming dispute#List of countries/entities using "Republic of Macedonia" in bilateral diplomatic relations|lists at ''Macedonia naming dispute'']]</ref>
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It was admitted to the [[United Nations]] in 1993 under the provisional reference '''the former <!-- DO ''not'' CAPITALIZE "FORMER" - LOWER CASE IS CORRECT --> Republic of Macedonia'<nowiki/>''<ref>[[United Nations Security Council Resolution 817|United Nations Security Council Resolutions 817]] of April 7 and 845 of June 18 of 1993</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.un.org/members/notes/yugoslavia.htm|title=Note on Yugoslavia|accessdate=2008-05-10}} "''By resolution A/RES/47/225 of 8 April 1993, the General Assembly decided to admit as a Member of the United Nations the State being provisionally referred to for all purposes within the United Nations as "The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia" pending settlement of the difference that had arisen over its name.''"</ref> to '<nowiki/>''''',<ref>Bonk, M. R., Carlton R. A. (editors) (1997), ''International Acronyms, Initialisms & Abbreviations Dictionary'', 4th Edition, Detroit, New York, Toronto, London: Gale Research, LCCCN 85-642206, {{ISBN|0-8103-7437-4}}, ISSN 0743-0523, Volume 1, pg. 516 and Bonk, M. R (Project Editor) (2003), ''International Acronyms, Initialisms & Abbreviations Dictionary'', 32nd Edition, USA: Gale-Thompson Group, Volume 1, pg. 1789, {{ISBN|0-7876-4109-X}} (Part 2 D-I only)</ref><ref>Alongside the official long-form reference, the "" [[acronym]] is frequently used by international organizations such as the [https://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?NewsID=22590&Cr=Greece&Cr1=FYROM UN], the [http://www.consilium.europa.eu/cms3_fo/showPage.asp?id=594&lang=EN EU], the [http://osce.mobi/documents/rfm/2000/05/2270_en.pdf OSCE], the [http://ebu.ch/CMSimages/en/Guide4_2006_tcm6-49242.pdf?display=EN EBU], the [http://imf.org/external/pubs/ft/scr/2008/cr0848.pdf IMF], the [http://info.worldbank.org/etools/docs/library/85673/devdebates/ECA1/alb_fiscalpolicy_eng.pdf World Bank], [http://www.wto.org/English/thewto_e/countries_e/macedonia_e.htm WTO] and [http://www.nato.int/fyrom/home.htm NATO] (All NATO documents referring to "" have to be accompanied by a footnote text 'Turkey recognises the Republic of Macedonia with its constitutional name')</ref> pending resolution of a [[Macedonia naming dispute|naming dispute with Greece]].<ref>[https://www.un.org/documents/ga/res/47/a47r225.htm United Nations Resolution 225 (1993)]</ref> Many other international institutions and countries recognised the country under the same reference, although an overall majority of countries recognised it under its constitutional name.<ref>See [[Macedonia naming dispute#List of countries/entities using "Republic of Macedonia" in bilateral diplomatic relations|lists at ''Macedonia naming dispute'']]</ref>
   
 
Macedonia forms approximately 35.8% of the land and 40.9% of the population of the wider geographical [[Macedonia (region)|region of Macedonia]], as it was defined in the late 19th century. The capital is [[Skopje]], with 506,926 inhabitants according to a 2002 census, and there are a number of smaller cities, notably [[Bitola]], [[Kumanovo]], [[Prilep]], [[Tetovo]], [[Ohrid]], [[Veles (city)|Veles]], [[Štip]], [[Kočani]], [[Gostivar]] and [[Strumica]]. It has more than 50 natural and artificial lakes and sixteen mountains higher than 2,000 meters (6,550&nbsp;[[30.48 cm|ft]]).
 
Macedonia forms approximately 35.8% of the land and 40.9% of the population of the wider geographical [[Macedonia (region)|region of Macedonia]], as it was defined in the late 19th century. The capital is [[Skopje]], with 506,926 inhabitants according to a 2002 census, and there are a number of smaller cities, notably [[Bitola]], [[Kumanovo]], [[Prilep]], [[Tetovo]], [[Ohrid]], [[Veles (city)|Veles]], [[Štip]], [[Kočani]], [[Gostivar]] and [[Strumica]]. It has more than 50 natural and artificial lakes and sixteen mountains higher than 2,000 meters (6,550&nbsp;[[30.48 cm|ft]]).
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[[File:Macedonia-CIA WFB Map.png|thumb|An enlargeable basic map of North Macedonia]]
 
[[File:Macedonia-CIA WFB Map.png|thumb|An enlargeable basic map of North Macedonia]]
 
* [[International Phonetic Alphabet|Pronunciation]]:
 
* [[International Phonetic Alphabet|Pronunciation]]:
* Common English country name: North Macedonia
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* Official English country name: The [[Republic of North Macedonia]]
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* Official English country name: The [[Republic of North Macedonia|Republic of]]
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*[[Republic of North Macedonia|Macedonia]]
* [[List of countries and capitals in native languages|Common endonym(s)]]: Severna Makedonija&nbsp;– Северна Македонија
 
* [[List of official endonyms of present-day nations and states|Official endonym(s)]]: Republika Severna Makedonija &nbsp;– Република Северна Македонија
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* [[List of countries and capitals in native languages|Common endonym(s)]]: Makedonija&nbsp;– Македонија
 
*[[List of official endonyms of present-day nations and states|Official endonym(s)]]: Republika Makedonija &nbsp;– Република Македонија
 
* [[List of adjectival and demonymic forms of place names#Countries and nations|Adjectival]](s): {{refnec|Macedonian|date=April 2019}}
 
* [[List of adjectival and demonymic forms of place names#Countries and nations|Adjectival]](s): {{refnec|Macedonian|date=April 2019}}
 
* [[List of adjectival and demonymic forms of place names#Countries and nations|Demonym]](s): {{refnec|Macedonians|date=April 2019}}
 
* [[List of adjectival and demonymic forms of place names#Countries and nations|Demonym]](s): {{refnec|Macedonians|date=April 2019}}
* [[Etymology]]: {{lang-el|Μακεδονία}}, ''{{lang|grc-Latn|Makedonía}}'', related to the ancient Greek word μακεδνός (''{{lang|grc-Latn|[[Makednos#Etymology|Makednos]]}})''
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* [[Etymology]]: {{lang-el|Μακεδονία}}, ''{{lang|grc-Latn|Makedonía}}''(''{{lang|grc-Latn|[[Makednos#Etymology|Makednos]]}}''
 
* [[ISO country codes]]: MK, MKD, 807
 
* [[ISO country codes]]: MK, MKD, 807
 
* [[ISO region codes]]: See [[ISO 3166-2:MK]]
 
* [[ISO region codes]]: See [[ISO 3166-2:MK]]
 
* [[Internet]] [[country code top-level domain]]: [[.mk]]
 
* [[Internet]] [[country code top-level domain]]: [[.mk]]
   
=== Geography of North Macedonia ===
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=== Geography of Macedonia ===
   
* North Macedonia is: a [[Nation state|country]]
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* Macedonia is: a [[Nation state|country]]
 
* Location:
 
* Location:
** [[Eastern Hemisphere]]
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**[[Eastern Hemisphere]]
 
** [[Northern Hemisphere]]
 
** [[Northern Hemisphere]]
 
*** [[Eurasia]]
 
*** [[Eurasia]]
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****** [[Balkans]] (also known as "Southeastern Europe")
 
****** [[Balkans]] (also known as "Southeastern Europe")
 
** [[Time zone]]: [[Central European Time]] ([[UTC+01]]), [[Central European Summer Time]] ([[UTC+02]])
 
** [[Time zone]]: [[Central European Time]] ([[UTC+01]]), [[Central European Summer Time]] ([[UTC+02]])
** Extreme points of North Macedonia
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** Extreme points of Macedonia
 
*** High: [[Korab (mountain)|Mount Korab]] (''Golem Korab'') {{convert|2764|m|ft|0|abbr=on}}
 
*** High: [[Korab (mountain)|Mount Korab]] (''Golem Korab'') {{convert|2764|m|ft|0|abbr=on}}
 
*** Low: [[Vardar]] {{convert|50|m|ft|0|abbr=on}}
 
*** Low: [[Vardar]] {{convert|50|m|ft|0|abbr=on}}
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::{{Flag|Greece}} 262 km
 
::{{Flag|Greece}} 262 km
 
:* Coastline: ''none''
 
:* Coastline: ''none''
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* [[Area of North Macedonia|Area of Macedonia]]:<!-- zzzz Wikipedia:WikiProject Topic outline/Drafts/Topic outline of North Macedonia-->
* [[:commons:Atlas of North Macedonia|Atlas of North Macedonia]]
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* [[:commons:Atlas of North Macedonia|Atlas of Macedonia]]
   
=== Environment of North Macedonia ===
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=== Environment of Macedonia ===
 
[[File:Satellite image of Macedonia in December 2002.jpg|thumb|An enlargeable satellite image of North Macedonia]]
 
[[File:Satellite image of Macedonia in December 2002.jpg|thumb|An enlargeable satellite image of North Macedonia]]
   
* [[Climate of North Macedonia]]
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* [[Climate of North Macedonia|Climate of Macedonia]]
* [[Environmental issues in North Macedonia]]
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* [[Environmental issues in North Macedonia|Environmental issues in Macedonia]]
* [[Renewable energy in North Macedonia]]
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* [[Renewable energy in North Macedonia|Renewable energy in Macedonia]]
* [[Geology of North Macedonia]]
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* [[Geology of North Macedonia|Geology of Macedonia]]
* [[Protected areas of North Macedonia]]
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* [[Protected areas of North Macedonia|Protected areas of Macedonia]]
** [[List of biosphere reserves in North Macedonia|Biosphere reserves in North Macedonia]]
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**[[List of biosphere reserves in North Macedonia|Biosphere reserves in Macedonia]]
** [[List of national parks in North Macedonia|National parks of North Macedonia]]
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** [[List of national parks in North Macedonia|National parks of Macedonia]]
* [[Wildlife of North Macedonia]]
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* [[Wildlife of North Macedonia|Wildlife of Macedonia]]
** [[Flora of North Macedonia]]
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**[[Flora of North Macedonia|Flora of Macedonia]]
** [[Fauna of North Macedonia]]
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** [[Fauna of North Macedonia|Fauna of Macedonia]]
 
*** [[List of birds of North Macedonia|Birds of North Macedonia]]
 
*** [[List of birds of North Macedonia|Birds of North Macedonia]]
 
*** [[List of mammals of North Macedonia|Mammals of North Macedonia]]
 
*** [[List of mammals of North Macedonia|Mammals of North Macedonia]]
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* [[List of political parties in North Macedonia]]
 
* [[List of political parties in North Macedonia]]
   
=== Branches of the government of North Macedonia ===
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=== Branches of the government in ===
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=== Macedonia ===
 
{{Main|Government of North Macedonia}}
 
{{Main|Government of North Macedonia}}
   
==== Executive branch of the government of North Macedonia ====
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==== Executive branch of the government of Macedonia ====
 
* [[Head of state]]: [[President of North Macedonia]],
 
* [[Head of state]]: [[President of North Macedonia]],
 
* [[Head of government]]: [[Prime Minister of North Macedonia]],
 
* [[Head of government]]: [[Prime Minister of North Macedonia]],

Mushroom Studios

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'''Mushroom Studios''' was a music recording facility located in [[Vancouver]], [[British Columbia]], [[Canada]] with a long history in Canadian music. It has now been relocated to [[Toronto]], [[Ontario]], [[Canada]].
 
'''Mushroom Studios''' was a music recording facility located in [[Vancouver]], [[British Columbia]], [[Canada]] with a long history in Canadian music. It has now been relocated to [[Toronto]], [[Ontario]], [[Canada]].
 
 
It is notable as the location where many classic albums had been recorded, including those by: [[Heart (band)|Heart]], [[Bachman–Turner Overdrive]], [[Loverboy]], [[Queensrÿche]], [[Chilliwack]], [[Skinny Puppy]], [[54-40]], [[Spirit of the West]], [[Jane Siberry]], [[Sarah McLachlan]], [[SNFU]], [[Tegan and Sara]] and [[Mutators]].
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It is notable as the location where many classic albums had been recorded, including those by:[[Incredible Bongo Band]], [[Heart (band)|Heart]], [[Bachman–Turner Overdrive]], [[Loverboy]], [[Queensrÿche]], [[Chilliwack]], [[Skinny Puppy]], [[54-40]], [[Spirit of the West]], [[Jane Siberry]], [[Sarah McLachlan]], [[SNFU]], [[Tegan and Sara]] and [[Mutators]].
   
 
==History==
 
==History==

Agatha Raisin (TV series)

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| executive_producer = Barry Ryan <br />[[Michele Buck]] <br /> David Walton <br />[[Kathleen Hutchison]]
 
| executive_producer = Barry Ryan <br />[[Michele Buck]] <br /> David Walton <br />[[Kathleen Hutchison]]
 
| producer = Matthew Mulot (Series 1)
 
| producer = Matthew Mulot (Series 1)
| runtime = 90 minutes (pilot)<br>45 minutes (Series 1)
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| runtime = 90 minutes (pilot)<br>45 minutes (Series 1)<br>90 minutes
<br> 90 minutes
 
 
(Series 2)
 
(Series 2)
 
| company = Free @ Last TV and [[Mammoth Screen]] (Series 1) <br>
 
| company = Free @ Last TV and [[Mammoth Screen]] (Series 1) <br>
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A second season was ordered by [[Acorn TV]] on 15 January 2018.<ref name="deadline">{{cite web|last=Petski|first=Denise|title='Agatha Raisin' Series 2 Ordered By Acorn TV – TCA|url=http://deadline.com/2018/01/agatha-raisin-series-2-acorn-tv-tca-1202243330/|website=[[Deadline Hollywood]]|date=15 January 2018|accessdate=3 December 2018}}</ref>
 
A second season was ordered by [[Acorn TV]] on 15 January 2018.<ref name="deadline">{{cite web|last=Petski|first=Denise|title='Agatha Raisin' Series 2 Ordered By Acorn TV – TCA|url=http://deadline.com/2018/01/agatha-raisin-series-2-acorn-tv-tca-1202243330/|website=[[Deadline Hollywood]]|date=15 January 2018|accessdate=3 December 2018}}</ref>
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As of 27 February 2019 the show was commissioned for a third season.
   
 
==Production==
 
==Production==

Celebrity Name Game (Australian game show)

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{{Infobox television
 
{{Infobox television
| show_name = Celebrity Name Game
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| show_name = Duckling Name Game
 
| image =
 
| image =
 
| image_alt =
 
| image_alt =
 
| caption =
 
| caption =
 
| native_name = <!-- {{Infobox name module|language|title}} or {{Infobox name module|title}} -->
 
| native_name = <!-- {{Infobox name module|language|title}} or {{Infobox name module|title}} -->
| genre = [[Game show]]
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| genre = [[Duckling show]]
 
| creator = {{Plainlist|
 
| creator = {{Plainlist|
 
*[[Debmar-Mercury]]
 
*[[Debmar-Mercury]]
 
*[[FremantleMedia North America]]
 
*[[FremantleMedia North America]]
 
}}
 
}}
| based_on = {{plainlist|
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| based_on =Duckling {{plainlist|
* ''[[Celebrity Name Game]]''
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* ''[[Duckling Name Game]]''
 
* ''Identity Crisis''
 
* ''Identity Crisis''
 
}}
 
}}
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| Duckling =
| developer =
 
 
| writer = [[Henry Stone (comedian)|Henry Stone]]
 
| writer = [[Henry Stone (comedian)|Henry Stone]]
 
| screenplay =
 
| screenplay =

Auro de Moura Andrade

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|death_date = {{death date and age|1982|5|29|1915|9|19|df=y}}
 
|death_date = {{death date and age|1982|5|29|1915|9|19|df=y}}
 
|death_place = [[São Paulo (city)|São Paulo]], [[São Paulo (state)|SP]], Brazil
 
|death_place = [[São Paulo (city)|São Paulo]], [[São Paulo (state)|SP]], Brazil
|party = [[National Renewal Alliance|ARENA]] {{small|(1965–82)}}<br>[[Social Democratic Party (Brazil, 1945–65)|PSD]] {{small|(1956–65)}}<br>[[Podemos (Brazil)|PTN]] {{small|(1954–56)}}<br>[[National Democratic Union (Brazil)|UDN]] {{small|(1947–54)}}
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|party = [[National Renewal Alliance|ARENA]] {{small|(1965–82)}}<br />[[Social Democratic Party (Brazil, 1945–65)|PSD]] {{small|(1956–65)}}<br />[[Podemos (Brazil)|PTN]] {{small|(1954–56)}}<br />[[National Democratic Union (Brazil)|UDN]] {{small|(1947–54)}}
 
|father = Antônio Joaquim de Moura Andrade
 
|father = Antônio Joaquim de Moura Andrade
 
|alma_mater = [[Law School, University of São Paulo|University of São Paulo]] (USP)
 
|alma_mater = [[Law School, University of São Paulo|University of São Paulo]] (USP)
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}}
 
}}
   
Was appointed by many parliamentaries to compose, as Vice President, the ticket that would elect marshal [[Humberto de Alencar Castelo Branco|Castelo Branco]] for President, but however, resigned the candidacy in the Second Round of the [[Brazilian presidential election, 1964|indirect election]], in 11 April 1964, and [[José Maria Alkmin]] replaced him, who practically had no opposition.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://imagem.camara.gov.br/dc_20.asp?selCodColecaoCsv=J&txPagina=97&Datain=12/04/1964#/|title=Ata da 3ª Sessão Conjunta da 2ª Sessão Legislativa Ordinária da 5ª Legislatura em 11 de abril de 1964|publisher=Annals Collection of the Chamber of Deputies|language=pt|date=12 April 1964|accessdate=8 January 2018}}</ref>
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Was appointed by many parliamentaries to compose, as Vice President, the ticket that would elect marshal [[Humberto de Alencar Castelo Branco|Castelo Branco]] for President, but however, resigned the candidacy in the Second Round of the [[1964 Brazilian presidential election|indirect election]], in 11 April 1964, and [[José Maria Alkmin]] replaced him, who practically had no opposition.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://imagem.camara.gov.br/dc_20.asp?selCodColecaoCsv=J&txPagina=97&Datain=12/04/1964#/|title=Ata da 3ª Sessão Conjunta da 2ª Sessão Legislativa Ordinária da 5ª Legislatura em 11 de abril de 1964|publisher=Annals Collection of the Chamber of Deputies|language=pt|date=12 April 1964|accessdate=8 January 2018}}</ref>
   
 
Disenchanted with the coup that he supported, Moura Andrade, with the boldness that characterized him, publicly stated that "''Japona wasn't gown''",{{efn|name=Expression|The term ''japona'' was used to mention the military uniform and ''toga'' (gown in English) to refer to [[court dress]]es.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.opopular.com.br/editorias/opiniao/opini%C3%A3o-1.146391/sobre-japona-e-toga-1.539382|title=Sobre japona e toga|publisher=O Popular|language=pt|first=Jônathas|last=Silva|date=6 May 2014|accessdate=8 January 2018|url-access=subscription}}</ref>}} after being falsely accused by a superior official in charge of an inquiry. Because of that, even having great prestige, was defeated in partisan convention that chose the [[National Renewal Alliance|ARENA]] party candidates for the Senate to represent São Paulo in 1970, what made his re-election impossible.
 
Disenchanted with the coup that he supported, Moura Andrade, with the boldness that characterized him, publicly stated that "''Japona wasn't gown''",{{efn|name=Expression|The term ''japona'' was used to mention the military uniform and ''toga'' (gown in English) to refer to [[court dress]]es.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.opopular.com.br/editorias/opiniao/opini%C3%A3o-1.146391/sobre-japona-e-toga-1.539382|title=Sobre japona e toga|publisher=O Popular|language=pt|first=Jônathas|last=Silva|date=6 May 2014|accessdate=8 January 2018|url-access=subscription}}</ref>}} after being falsely accused by a superior official in charge of an inquiry. Because of that, even having great prestige, was defeated in partisan convention that chose the [[National Renewal Alliance|ARENA]] party candidates for the Senate to represent São Paulo in 1970, what made his re-election impossible.
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{{Authority control}}
 
{{Authority control}}
   
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[[Category:1912 births]]
 
[[Category:1912 births]]
 
[[Category:1982 deaths]]
 
[[Category:1982 deaths]]

Hirvonen

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'''Hirvonen''' is a Finnish surname. Notable people with the surname include:
   
==Geographical distribution==
 
As of 2014, 92.8% of all known bearers of the surname ''Hirvonen'' were residents of [[Finland]] (frequency 1:597), 2.8% of [[Sweden]] (1:35,420) and 1.2% of [[Estonia]] (1:10,745).
 
 
In [[Finland]], the frequency of the surname was higher than national average (1:597) in the following regions:<ref name="hirvonen2014">[http://forebears.co.uk/surnames/hirvonen#surnames Hirvonen surname distribution]</ref>
 
* 1. [[North Karelia]] (1:79)
 
* 2. [[Southern Savonia]] (1:238)
 
* 3. [[South Karelia]] (1:364)
 
* 4. [[Northern Savonia]] (1:418)
 
* 5. [[Central Finland]] (1:522)
 
* 6. [[Uusimaa]] (1:595)
 
 
==People==
 
Notable people with the surname include:<ref>http://verkkopalvelu.vrk.fi/Nimipalvelu/default.asp?L=1 nimipalvelu</ref>
 
 
*[[Elina Hirvonen]] (born 1975), Finnish writer and journalist
 
*[[Elina Hirvonen]] (born 1975), Finnish writer and journalist
 
*[[Heikki Hirvonen]] (1895–1973), Finnish biathlete
 
*[[Heikki Hirvonen]] (1895–1973), Finnish biathlete
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*Vilho Hirvonen, (1894- ? ), Finnish footballer
 
*Vilho Hirvonen, (1894- ? ), Finnish footballer
   
 
{{surname}}
==References==
 
{{Reflist}}
 
 
{{surname|Hirvonen}}
 
   
 
[[Category:Finnish-language surnames]]
 
[[Category:Finnish-language surnames]]
[[Category:Surnames of Finnish origin]]
 

Florijana Ismaili

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Ismaili was of [[Albanians in Serbia|Albanian]] descent from [[Preševo]]. Before the [[2015 FIFA Women's World Cup]] she told ''[[Telegrafi]]'' that she would honour the final year of her contract with YB Frauen, then seek a transfer to the German [[Frauen-Bundesliga|Bundesliga]].<ref>{{cite news|title=Florijana Ismaili, me Zvicrën në kampionatin botëror të futbollit|url=http://www.telegrafi.com/sport/florijana-ismaili-me-zvicren-ne-kampionatin-boteror-te-futbollit-5-0-67332.html|accessdate=5 June 2015|publisher=[[Telegrafi]]|date=28 May 2015|language=Albanian}}</ref>
 
Ismaili was of [[Albanians in Serbia|Albanian]] descent from [[Preševo]]. Before the [[2015 FIFA Women's World Cup]] she told ''[[Telegrafi]]'' that she would honour the final year of her contract with YB Frauen, then seek a transfer to the German [[Frauen-Bundesliga|Bundesliga]].<ref>{{cite news|title=Florijana Ismaili, me Zvicrën në kampionatin botëror të futbollit|url=http://www.telegrafi.com/sport/florijana-ismaili-me-zvicren-ne-kampionatin-boteror-te-futbollit-5-0-67332.html|accessdate=5 June 2015|publisher=[[Telegrafi]]|date=28 May 2015|language=Albanian}}</ref>
   
On 30 June 2019, Ismaili was declared missing while on holiday at [[Lake Como]] in [[Lombardy]]. A day earlier, she had dived into the water from a rental diving platform, but never resurfaced.<ref>{{cite news|url=https://nypost.com/2019/06/30/swiss-soccer-player-florijana-ismaili-missing-after-swimming-accident/|title=Swiss soccer player Florijana Ismaili missing after swimming accident|work=New York Post|date=30 June 2019}}</ref><ref>{{cite web | url = https://www.ocnal.com/2019/06/swiss-footballer-floriana-ismaili.html | title = Swiss footballer Floriana Ismaili disappeared while swimming in Como Lake | publisher = Oculus News}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/48821383|title=Florijana Ismaili: Swiss player declared missing after swimming accident|date=June 30, 2019|via=www.bbc.co.uk}}</ref> Local authorities conducted an investigation, including using remotely operated underwater vehicles ([[Remotely operated underwater vehicle|ROV]]). On 2 July, Ismaili was found dead on the bottom of the Como Lake.<ref>{{cite news |date=2 July 2019 |title=Switzerland player Ismaili confirmed dead in swim accident |url=https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/soccer/2019/07/02/switzerland-player-ismaili-confirmed-dead-in-swim-accident/39648609/ |work=[[USA Today]] |agency=[[Associated Press]] |accessdate=2 July 2019}}</ref>
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On 30 June 2019, Ismaili was declared missing while on holiday at [[Lake Como]] in [[Lombardy]]. A day earlier, she had dived into the water from a rental diving platform, but never resurfaced.<ref>{{cite news|url=https://nypost.com/2019/06/30/swiss-soccer-player-florijana-ismaili-missing-after-swimming-accident/|title=Swiss soccer player Florijana Ismaili missing after swimming accident|work=New York Post|date=30 June 2019}}</ref><ref>{{cite web | url = https://www.ocnal.com/2019/06/swiss-footballer-floriana-ismaili.html | title = Swiss footballer Floriana Ismaili disappeared while swimming in Como Lake | publisher = Oculus News}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/48821383|title=Florijana Ismaili: Swiss player declared missing after swimming accident|date=June 30, 2019|via=www.bbc.co.uk}}</ref> Local authorities conducted an investigation, including using remotely operated underwater vehicles ([[Remotely operated underwater vehicle|ROV]]). On 2 July, Ismaili was found dead on the bottom of the Como Lake. <ref>{{cite news |date=2 July 2019 |title=Switzerland player Ismaili confirmed dead in swim accident |url=https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/soccer/2019/07/02/switzerland-player-ismaili-confirmed-dead-in-swim-accident/39648609/ |work=[[USA Today]] |agency=[[Associated Press]] |accessdate=2 July 2019}}</ref>
   
 
==References==
 
==References==

Justin Lin

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| ''[[Fast & Furious 9]]''
 
| ''[[Fast & Furious 9]]''
 
| {{yes}}
 
| {{yes}}

User:Osanon

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User account Osanon was created

Comptroller General's Department

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== History ==
 
== History ==
 
In accordance with the Royal Treasury Ministry Act, the Comptroller General's Department was established on 7 October 1890. It was originally named the Accountant-General's Department. Its core mission is to manage the nation's revenues and expenditures as well as royal accounts in order to ensure lawful use of the national budget to the country's benefit.
 
In accordance with the Royal Treasury Ministry Act, the Comptroller General's Department was established on 7 October 1890. It was originally named the Accountant-General's Department. Its core mission is to manage the nation's revenues and expenditures as well as royal accounts in order to ensure lawful use of the national budget to the country's benefit.
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== Missions ==
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The Comptroller General's Department has four main missions as follows:
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*1) Control of the disbursement of funds
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*2) Control of government spending
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*3) Control the government personnel budget
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*4) Support the Ministry of Finance and Government policies
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Shooting at the 2019 European Games – Men's 10 metre air rifle

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{{Infobox sports competition event
|event = Men's 10 metre air rifle
|games = 2019 European Games
|venue = Shooting Centre
|dates = 24 June
|competitors = 40
|nations = 26
|win_label = Winning score
|win_value = 250.8
|gold = [[Sergy Rikhter]]
|goldNOC = ISR
|silver = [[Sergey Kamenskiy]]
|silverNOC = RUS
|bronze = [[Filip Nepejchal]]
|bronzeNOC = CZE
|prev = [[Shooting at the 2015 European Games – Men's 10 metre air rifle|2015]]
|next = [[Shooting at the 2023 European Games – Men's 10 metre air rifle|2023]]
}}
{{Shooting at the 2019 European Games}}
{{main|Shooting at the 2019 European Games}}

The men's [[ISSF 10 meter air rifle|10 metre air rifle]] event at the [[2019 European Games]] in [[Minsk]], [[Belarus]] took place on 24 June at the Shooting Centre.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://minsk2019.by/en/tsrd/SHO/results?category=M&events=M.AR60|title=Shooting – Rifle & Pistol – Schedule and Results|publisher=MEGOC|accessdate=3 July 2019}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=https://storage.googleapis.com/sns-odf-prod/SHOMAR60--------------QUAL--------/C51QA%20-%2010m%20Air%20Rifle%20Men's%20Qualification%20-%20Start%20List%20(Rifle%20and%20Pistol%20-%20Qualification)%20(Sat,%2022%20Jun%202019%20-%2015:54).pdf|title=10m Air rifle Men – Qualification – Start List|publisher=MEGOC|date=22 June 2019|accessdate=3 July 2019}}</ref>

==Schedule==
<small>''All times are local ([[Further-eastern European Time|UTC+3]]).''</small>
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!width=50|Time
!width=150|Event
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| rowspan=2|Monday, 24 June 2019 || 12:00 || Qualification
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| 14:00 || bgcolor=ffffcc|Final
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== Records ==
{{European Games Record Shooting
| world_athlete_Q = {{flagathlete|[[Péter Sidi]]|HUN}}
| world_mark_Q = 633.5
| world_place_Q = [[Munich]], [[Germany]]
| world_date_Q = 25 May 2013
| European_athlete_Q = {{flagathlete|[[Péter Sidi]]|HUN}}
| European_mark_Q = 633.5
| European_place_Q = [[Munich]], [[Germany]]
| European_date_Q = 25 May 2013
| Games_athlete_Q = {{flagIOC2athlete|[[Hrachik Babayan]]|ARM|2015 European Games}}
| Games_mark_Q = 629.3
| Games_place_Q = [[Baku]], [[Azerbaijan]]
| Games_date_Q = 16 June 2015

| world_athlete_F = {{flagathlete|[[Alexander Dryagin]]|RUS}}
| world_mark_F = 251.2
| world_place_F = [[Changwon]], [[South Korea]]
| world_date_F = 22 April 2018
| European_athlete_F = {{flagathlete|[[Alexander Dryagin]]|RUS}}
| European_mark_F = 251.2
| European_place_F = [[Changwon]], [[South Korea]]
| European_date_F = 22 April 2018
| Games_athlete_F = ''ISSF Rule changed on 01.01.2018''
| Games_mark_F = –
| Games_place_F = <center>–</center>
| Games_date_F = <center>–</center>
}}

==Results==
===Qualification===
<ref>{{cite web|url=https://storage.googleapis.com/sns-odf-prod/SHOMAR60--------------QUAL--------/C73QA%20-%2010m%20Air%20Rifle%20Men's%20Qualification%20-%20Results%20(Rifle%20and%20Pistol%20-%20Qualification)%20(Mon,%2024%20Jun%202019%20-%2013:59).pdf|title=10m Air rifle Men – Qualification – Results|publisher=MEGOC|date=24 June 2019|accessdate=3 July 2019}}</ref>
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!Athlete
!Country
!class=unsortable width=30px|1
!class=unsortable width=30px|2
!class=unsortable width=30px|3
!class=unsortable width=30px|4
!class=unsortable width=30px|5
!class=unsortable width=30px|6
!Total
!class=unsortable|Notes
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| 1 || align=left|[[Sergey Kamenskiy]] || align=left|{{flagIOC2|RUS|2019 European Games}} || 103.4 || 104.8 || 106.5 || 104.9 || 105.7 || 105.8 || '''631.1''' || Q, '''GR'''
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| 2 || align=left|[[Filip Nepejchal]] || align=left|{{flagIOC2|CZE|2019 European Games}} || 104.5 || 106.0 || 105.8 || 103.8 || 105.4 || 104.7 || '''630.2''' || Q
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| 3 || align=left|[[Vegard Nordhagen]] || align=left|{{flagIOC2|NOR|2019 European Games}} || 104.0 || 104.2 || 104.6 || 106.4 || 104.7 || 105.7 || '''629.6''' || Q
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| 4 || align=left|[[Vladimir Maslennikov]] || align=left|{{flagIOC2|RUS|2019 European Games}} || 104.8 || 105.2 || 105.3 || 104.7 || 105.4 || 103.7 || '''629.1''' || Q
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| 5 || align=left|[[Sergy Rikhter]] || align=left|{{flagIOC2|ISR|2019 European Games}} || 104.7 || 104.2 || 105.6 || 105.2 || 104.5 || 104.6 || '''628.8''' || Q
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| 6 || align=left|[[Patrik Jány]] || align=left|{{flagIOC2|SVK|2019 European Games}} || 104.3 || 105.0 || 104.0 || 104.3 || 104.9 || 105.3 || '''627.8'''|| Q
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| 7 || align=left|[[Peter Hellenbrand]] || align=left|{{flagIOC2|NED|2019 European Games}} || 104.1 || 105.4 || 105.2 || 104.4 || 104.7 || 104.0 || '''627.8''' || Q
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| 8 || align=left|[[Péter Sidi]] || align=left|{{flagIOC2|HUN|2019 European Games}} || 104.8 || 104.3 || 104.9 || 104.8 || 105.7 || 103.3 || '''627.8''' || Q
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| 9 || align=left|[[Henrik Larsen (sport shooter)|Henrik Larsen]] || align=left|{{flagIOC2|NOR|2019 European Games}} || 105.1 || 105.1 || 103.9 || 104.3 || 104.5 || 104.5 || '''627.4''' ||
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| 10 || align=left|[[Petr Nymburský]] || align=left|{{flagIOC2|CZE|2019 European Games}} || 104.2 || 103.7 || 105.6 || 105.2 || 104.2 || 104.4 || '''627.3''' ||
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| 11 || align=left|[[Serhiy Kulish]] || align=left|{{flagIOC2|UKR|2019 European Games}} || 104.2 || 102.5 || 105.9 || 105.6 || 104.4 || 104.5 || '''627.1''' ||
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| 12 || align=left|[[Lorenzo Bacci]] || align=left|{{flagIOC2|ITA|2019 European Games}} || 103.7 || 105.5 || 102.9 || 105.2 || 105.2 || 104.0 || '''626.5'''||
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| 13 || align=left|[[Illia Charheika]] || align=left|{{flagIOC2|BLR|2019 European Games}} || 102.7 || 104.9 || 105.1 || 103.0 || 105.6 || 104.8 || '''626.1'''||
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| 14 || align=left|[[Brian Baudouin]] || align=left|{{flagIOC2|FRA|2019 European Games}} || 104.2 || 104.0 || 104.8 || 104.2 || 104.7 || 104.2 || '''626.1'''||
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| 15 || align=left|[[István Péni]] || align=left|{{flagIOC2|HUN|2019 European Games}} || 104.5 || 103.8 || 104.4 || 103.2 || 105.0 || 104.8 || '''625.7'''||
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| 16 || align=left|[[Anton Rizov]] || align=left|{{flagIOC2|BUL|2019 European Games}} || 104.4 || 104.1 || 104.5 || 104.9 || 104.1 || 103.5 || '''625.5'''||
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| 17 || align=left|[[Tomasz Bartnik]] || align=left|{{flagIOC2|POL|2019 European Games}} || 103.7 || 102.4 || 104.5 || 105.2 || 103.9 || 105.6 || '''625.3'''||
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| 18 || align=left|[[Marcus Madsen]] || align=left|{{flagIOC2|SWE|2019 European Games}} || 103.9 || 104.3 || 105.2 || 104.3 || 103.9 || 103.4 || '''625.0'''||
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| 19 || align=left|[[Juho Kurk]] || align=left|{{flagIOC2|FIN|2019 European Games}} || 104.8 || 103.7 || 102.4 || 103.5 || 105.3 || 104.9 || '''624.6'''||
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| 20 || align=left|[[Milutin Stefanović]] || align=left|{{flagIOC2|SRB|2019 European Games}} || 103.4 || 104.5 || 104.5 || 104.0 || 102.8 || 105.3 || '''624.5'''||
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| 21 || align=left|[[Petar Gorša]] || align=left|{{flagIOC2|CRO|2019 European Games}} || 104.1 || 104.2 || 103.8 || 103.8 || 105.0 || 103.5 || '''624.4'''||
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| 22 || align=left|[[Pierre Edmond Piasecki]] || align=left|{{flagIOC2|FRA|2019 European Games}} || 105.0 || 103.9 || 104.2 || 104.2 || 104.6 || 102.1 || '''624.0'''||
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| 23 || align=left|[[Milenko Sebić]] || align=left|{{flagIOC2|SRB|2019 European Games}} || 102.3 || 104.3 || 104.6 || 103.0 || 104.8 || 104.9 || '''623.9'''||
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| 24 || align=left|[[Hrachik Babayan]] || align=left|{{flagIOC2|ARM|2019 European Games}} || 101.9 || 105.0 || 103.3 || 105.3 || 104.0 || 104.1 || '''623.6'''||
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| 25 || align=left|[[Alin Moldoveanu]] || align=left|{{flagIOC2|ROU|2019 European Games}} || 105.3 || 102.7 || 104.3 || 103.7 || 103.7 || 103.5 || '''623.2'''||
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| 26 || align=left|[[Martin Strempfl]] || align=left|{{flagIOC2|AUT|2019 European Games}} || 105.3 || 102.9 || 103.1 || 104.3 || 104.0 || 103.5 || '''623.1'''||
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| 27 || align=left|[[Bernhard Pickl]] || align=left|{{flagIOC2|AUT|2019 European Games}} || 103.2 || 105.2 || 105.5 || 105.1 || 102.2 || 101.9 || '''623.1'''||
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| 28 || align=left|[[Miran Maričić]] || align=left|{{flagIOC2|CRO|2019 European Games}} || 103.3 || 103.9 || 103.4 || 103.2 || 103.7 || 105.0 || '''622.5'''||
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| 29 || align=left|[[Oleh Tsarkov]] || align=left|{{flagIOC2|UKR|2019 European Games}} || 104.4 || 103.6 || 103.0 || 103.2 || 103.7 || 104.1 || '''622.0'''||
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| 30 || align=left|[[Jan Lochbihler]] || align=left|{{flagIOC2|SUI|2019 European Games}} || 103.0 || 102.6 || 105.2 || 104.9 || 102.3 || 103.5 || '''621.5'''||
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| 31 || align=left|[[Julian Justus]] || align=left|{{flagIOC2|GER|2019 European Games}} || 102.7 || 104.1 || 103.4 || 104.1 || 103.3 || 103.7 || '''621.3'''||
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| 32 || align=left|[[Andre Link]] || align=left|{{flagIOC2|GER|2019 European Games}} || 103.3 || 104.3 || 102.8 || 103.0 || 103.6 || 103.3 || '''620.3'''||
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| 33 || align=left|[[Steffen Olsen]] || align=left|{{flagIOC2|DEN|2019 European Games}} || 103.3 || 102.6 || 102.4 || 103.8 || 103.1 || 104.9 || '''620.1'''||
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| 34 || align=left|[[Vitali Bubnovich]] || align=left|{{flagIOC2|BLR|2019 European Games}} || 103.4 || 104.3 || 101.1 || 102.7 || 104.1 || 103.9 || '''619.5'''||
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| 35 || align=left|[[Riccardo Armiraglio]] || align=left|{{flagIOC2|ITA|2019 European Games}} || 102.5 || 103.4 || 102.8 || 103.3 || 103.6 || 103.8 || '''619.4'''||
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| 36 || align=left|[[Christoph Dürr]] || align=left|{{flagIOC2|SUI|2019 European Games}} || 101.9 || 102.4 || 105.4 || 103.3 || 103.4 || 102.8 || '''619.2'''||
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| 37 || align=left|[[Mikkel Damholt Hansen]] || align=left|{{flagIOC2|DEN|2019 European Games}} || 102.7 || 102.6 || 102.9 || 104.0 || 103.1 || 102.4 || '''617.7'''||
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| 38 || align=left|[[Karolis Girulis]] || align=left|{{flagIOC2|LTU|2019 European Games}} || 100.9 || 101.1 || 103.9 || 104.3 || 102.9 || 103.9 || '''617.0'''||
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| 39 || align=left|[[Nedžad Džanković]] || align=left|{{flagIOC2|BIH|2019 European Games}} || 104.3 || 102.4 || 103.6 || 101.3 || 103.8 || 99.2 || '''614.6'''||
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| 40 || align=left|[[Nemanja Obradović (sport shooter)|Nemanja Obradović]] || align=left|{{flagIOC2|MNE|2019 European Games}} || 103.4 || 100.0 || 101.4 || 103.4 || 102.0 || 101.6 || '''611.8'''||
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===Final===
<ref>{{cite web|url=https://storage.googleapis.com/sns-odf-prod/SHOMAR60--------------FNL---------/C73FA%20-%2010m%20Air%20Rifle%20Men's%20Finals%20-%20Results%20(Rifle%20and%20Pistol%20-%20Final)%20(Mon,%2024%20Jun%202019%20-%2014:32).pdf|title=10m Air rifle Men – Final – Results|publisher=MEGOC|date=24 June 2019|accessdate=3 July 2019}}</ref>
{| class="wikitable" style="text-align:center"
!rowspan=2 width=40|Rank
!rowspan=2 width=250|Athlete
!colspan=9|Series
!rowspan=2 width=40|Total
!rowspan=2 width=45|Notes
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!width=30|2
!width=30|3
!width=30|4
!width=30|5
!width=30|6
!width=30|7
!width=30|8
!width=30|9
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|{{gold1}} || align=left|{{flagIOC2athlete|[[Sergy Rikhter]]|ISR|2019 European Games}} || 51.5 || 52.9 || 20.4 || 20.8 || 20.9 || 21.1 || 20.8 || 21.0 || 21.4 || '''250.8''' || '''GR'''
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|{{silver2}} || align=left|{{flagIOC2athlete|[[Sergey Kamenskiy]]|RUS|2019 European Games}} || 52.0 || 51.6 || 20.6 || 21.2 || 20.6 || 21.2 || 20.8 || 21.1 || 20.9 || '''250.0''' ||
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|{{bronze3}} || align=left|{{flagIOC2athlete|[[Filip Nepejchal]]|CZE|2019 European Games}} || 52.8 || 52.2 || 21.2 || 21.0 || 20.3 || 20.3 || 20.9 || 20.2 || || '''228.9''' ||
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| 4 || align=left|{{flagIOC2athlete|[[Péter Sidi]]|HUN|2019 European Games}} || 51.7 || 52.9 || 20.1 || 20.7 || 21.4 || 20.6 || 20.2 || || || '''207.6''' ||
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| 5 || align=left|{{flagIOC2athlete|[[Vegard Nordhagen]]|NOR|2019 European Games}} || 51.3 || 53.0 || 20.6 || 21.0 || 21.0 ||19.9 || || || || '''186.8''' ||
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| 6 || align=left|{{flagIOC2athlete|[[Vladimir Maslennikov]]|RUS|2019 European Games}} || 51.3 || 51.5 || 20.8 || 21.2 || 21.1 || || || || || '''165.9''' ||
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| 7 || align=left|{{flagIOC2athlete|[[Patrik Jány]]|SVK|2019 European Games}} || 52.1 || 51.2 || 20.8 || 20.4 || || || || || || '''144.5''' ||
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| 8 || align=left|{{flagIOC2athlete|[[Peter Hellenbrand]]|NED|2019 European Games}} || 50.2 || 51.9 || 21.4 || || || || || || || '''123.5''' ||
|}

==References==
{{reflist}}

[[Category:Shooting at the 2019 European Games|Men's 10m air rifle]]

Stefan Rusconi

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{{short description|Swiss pianist}}
 
[[File:Sr vor Plattenbibilo - sr-131007-i= Neue Foto sr-01a.jpg|thumb|Stefan Rusconi at ''Plattenrille'' (Hamburg 2012; picture: Yvonne Schmedemann]]
 
[[File:Sr vor Plattenbibilo - sr-131007-i= Neue Foto sr-01a.jpg|thumb|Stefan Rusconi at ''Plattenrille'' (Hamburg 2012; picture: Yvonne Schmedemann]]
   

User talk:Pedobear12345678910

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[[Image:Stop x nuvola.svg|35px|left]] It has become apparent that your account is being used only for [[Wikipedia:Vandalism|vandalism]], so it has been '''[[Wikipedia:Blocking policy|blocked indefinitely]]'''. -- [[user:zzuuzz|zzuuzz]] <sup>[[user_talk:zzuuzz|(talk)]]</sup> 23:16, 20 October 2011 (UTC)
 
[[Image:Stop x nuvola.svg|35px|left]] It has become apparent that your account is being used only for [[Wikipedia:Vandalism|vandalism]], so it has been '''[[Wikipedia:Blocking policy|blocked indefinitely]]'''. -- [[user:zzuuzz|zzuuzz]] <sup>[[user_talk:zzuuzz|(talk)]]</sup> 23:16, 20 October 2011 (UTC)
== Pedobear Rape a little girl ==
 
Pedobear gonna rape your little girl have a sexual predator. [[Special:Contributions/175.33.210.147|175.33.210.147]] ([[User talk:175.33.210.147|talk]]) 05:54, 3 July 2019 (UTC)
 

User:Mdvrtauseef/sandbox

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==== Solo ====
 
==== Solo ====
   
* 2018 September, Solo Exhibition '''(16x20x20)''', The Jerusalem Fund Gallery Al-Quds. Washington-DC, USA.
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* 2018 September, Solo Exhibition ''(16x20x20)'', The Jerusalem Fund Gallery Al-Quds. Washington-DC, USA.
* 2018 March 1st, Solo Exhibition ('''Let's Begin…Again'''), Alexander Salazar-Fine Art Gallery, San Diego, California, USA.
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* 2018 March 1st, Solo Exhibition ''(Let's Begin…Again)'', Alexander Salazar-Fine Art Gallery, San Diego, California, USA.
* 2016 February 12<sup>th</sup>, Solo Exhibition ('''LOVERS'''), Alexander Salazar-Fine Art Gallery, San Diego, California, USA.
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* 2016 February 12<sup>th</sup>, Solo Exhibition ''(LOVERS)'', Alexander Salazar-Fine Art Gallery, San Diego, California, USA.
* 2015 November 5<sup>th</sup>, Solo Exhibition ('''You…&I'''), E C Gallery, Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA.
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* 2015 November 5<sup>th</sup>, Solo Exhibition ''(You…&I)'', E C Gallery, Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA.
   
 
==== Group ====
 
==== Group ====
   
 
* 2018 March 15-18. The Other Art Fair- Los Angeles, supported by Saatchi Art.
 
* 2018 March 15-18. The Other Art Fair- Los Angeles, supported by Saatchi Art.
* 2017 Oct. 28<sup>th</sup>- Nov. 2<sup>nd</sup>, Annual Group Exhibition of the Iraqi Fine Artists Association in Britain (IFAA) London- UK.
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* 2017 Oct. 28<sup>th</sup>- Nov. 2<sup>nd</sup>, Annual Group Exhibition of the Iraqi Fine Artists Association in Britain (IFAA) London- UK.
* 2017 Dec., Iraqi Collective Exhibition- Sultan Bin Ali Al Owais Foundation. Dubai-UAE.
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* 2017 Dec., Iraqi Collective Exhibition- Sultan Bin Ali Al Owais Foundation. Dubai-UAE.
* 2016 Jan. 17th, Five Joint Artists Exhibition ('''East and West…Crossroads''') - Demouzy Contemporary, New York- USA
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* 2016 Jan. 17th, Five Joint Artists Exhibition ''(East and West…Crossroads)'' Demouzy Contemporary, New York- USA
* 2016 Jan. 15<sup>th</sup>. Collective Exhibition- (The Night and the Desert Know Me). At Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery at Smith Center for Healing and the Arts, Washington- DC.
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* 2016 Jan. 15<sup>th</sup>, Collective Exhibition- (The Night and the Desert Know Me). At Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery at Smith Center for Healing and the Arts, Washington- DC.
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Assyrian people

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===Haplogroups===
 
===Haplogroups===
The most common [[Y-DNA haplogroup]]s among Assyrians is [[Haplogroup T-M184|T-M184]], at 41.5%, which is frequent in [[Middle Eastern Jews]], [[Georgian people|Georgians]], [[Druze people|Druze]] and [[Somali people|Somalians]].<ref name="ReferenceB"/> According to a 2011 study by Lashgary et al., [[R1b]] had a rate of 40%, making it major haplogroup among Assyrians in Iran.<ref>{{cite journal |last1=Lashgary, Khodadadi, Singh, Houshmand, Mahjoubi, Raj, Singh, Seyedin, Srivastava, Ataee, Mohammadi, Rezaei, Bamezai, Sanati |first1=Zahra, Ahmad, Yoginder, Seyed Massoud, Frouzandeh, Prithvi, Shweta, Mahtab, Amit, Mirtra, Zainab Sadat, Nahid, Rameshwar, Mohammad Hossein |title=Y chromosome diversity among the Iranian religious groups: A reservoir of genetic variation |journal=Annals of Human Biology |date=2011 |url=https://www.researchgate.net/publication/49843898_Y_chromosome_diversity_among_the_Iranian_religious_groups_A_reservoir_of_genetic_variation}}</ref> Yet another [[DNA test]] comprising 48 Assyrian male subjects from Iran, the Y-DNA haplogroups [[Haplogroup J (Y-DNA)|J-M304]], found in its greatest concentration in the [[Arabian peninsula]], and the [[Indo-European migrations|Indo European]]-linked [[Haplogroup R-M269|R-M269]], were also frequent at 29.2% each.<ref name = "Grugni" >{{Cite journal |doi = 10.1371/journal.pone.0041252|pmid = 22815981|pmc = 3399854|title = Ancient Migratory Events in the Middle East: New Clues from the Y-Chromosome Variation of Modern Iranians|journal = PLOS ONE|volume = 7|issue = 7|pages = e41252|year = 2012|last1 = Grugni|first1 = Viola|last2 = Battaglia|first2 = Vincenza|last3 = Hooshiar Kashani|first3 = Baharak|last4 = Parolo|first4 = Silvia|last5 = Al-Zahery|first5 = Nadia|last6 = Achilli|first6 = Alessandro|last7 = Olivieri|first7 = Anna|last8 = Gandini|first8 = Francesca|last9 = Houshmand|first9 = Massoud|last10 = Sanati|first10 = Mohammad Hossein|last11 = Torroni|first11 = Antonio|last12 = Semino|first12 = Ornella}}</ref> Lashgary et al. explain the presence of haplogroup R in Iranian Assyrians and Assyrians in general as a consequence of mixing with [[Armenians]], [[assimilation]]/[[integration]] of different people with haplogroup R and [[genetic drift]] due to small population size and endogamy due to religious barriers.<ref>{{cite journal |last1=Lashgary, Khodadadi, Singh, Houshmand, Mahjoubi, Raj, Singh, Seyedin, Srivastava, Ataee, Mohammadi, Rezaei, Bamezai, Sanati |first1=Zahra, Ahmad, Yoginder, Seyed Massoud, Frouzandeh, Prithvi, Shweta, Mahtab, Amit, Mirtra, Zainab Sadat, Nahid, Rameshwar, Mohammad Hossein |title=Y chromosome diversity among the Iranian religious groups: A reservoir of genetic variation |journal=Annals of Human Biology |date=2011 |url=https://www.researchgate.net/publication/49843898_Y_chromosome_diversity_among_the_Iranian_religious_groups_A_reservoir_of_genetic_variation}}</ref>
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The most common [[Y-DNA haplogroup]]s among Assyrians is [[Haplogroup T-M184|T-M184]], at 41.5%, which is frequent in [[Middle Eastern Jews]], [[Georgian people|Georgians]], [[Druze people|Druze]] and [[Somali people|Somalians]].<ref name="ReferenceB"/> According to a 2011 study by Lashgary et al., [[R1b]] had a rate of 40%, making it major haplogroup among Assyrians in Iran.<ref>{{cite journal |last1=Lashgary, Khodadadi, Singh, Houshmand, Mahjoubi, Raj, Singh, Seyedin, Srivastava, Ataee, Mohammadi, Rezaei, Bamezai, Sanati |first1=Zahra, Ahmad, Yoginder, Seyed Massoud, Frouzandeh, Prithvi, Shweta, Mahtab, Amit, Mirtra, Zainab Sadat, Nahid, Rameshwar, Mohammad Hossein |title=Y chromosome diversity among the Iranian religious groups: A reservoir of genetic variation |journal=Annals of Human Biology |date=2011 |url=https://www.researchgate.net/publication/49843898_Y_chromosome_diversity_among_the_Iranian_religious_groups_A_reservoir_of_genetic_variation}}</ref> Yet another [[DNA test]] comprising 48 Assyrian male subjects from Iran, the Y-DNA haplogroups [[Haplogroup J (Y-DNA)|J-M304]], found in its greatest concentration in the [[Arabian peninsula]], and the [[Indo-European migrations|Indo European]]-linked [[Haplogroup R-M269|R-M269]], were also frequent at 29.2% each.<ref name = "Grugni" >{{Cite journal |doi = 10.1371/journal.pone.0041252|pmid = 22815981|pmc = 3399854|title = Ancient Migratory Events in the Middle East: New Clues from the Y-Chromosome Variation of Modern Iranians|journal = PLOS ONE|volume = 7|issue = 7|pages = e41252|year = 2012|last1 = Grugni|first1 = Viola|last2 = Battaglia|first2 = Vincenza|last3 = Hooshiar Kashani|first3 = Baharak|last4 = Parolo|first4 = Silvia|last5 = Al-Zahery|first5 = Nadia|last6 = Achilli|first6 = Alessandro|last7 = Olivieri|first7 = Anna|last8 = Gandini|first8 = Francesca|last9 = Houshmand|first9 = Massoud|last10 = Sanati|first10 = Mohammad Hossein|last11 = Torroni|first11 = Antonio|last12 = Semino|first12 = Ornella}}</ref> Lashgary et al. explain the presence of haplogroup R in Iranian Assyrians and Assyrians in general as a consequence of mixing with [[Armenians]], [[assimilation]]/[[integration]] of different people with haplogroup R, [[genetic drift]] due to small population size and endogamy due to religious barriers.<ref>{{cite journal |last1=Lashgary, Khodadadi, Singh, Houshmand, Mahjoubi, Raj, Singh, Seyedin, Srivastava, Ataee, Mohammadi, Rezaei, Bamezai, Sanati |first1=Zahra, Ahmad, Yoginder, Seyed Massoud, Frouzandeh, Prithvi, Shweta, Mahtab, Amit, Mirtra, Zainab Sadat, Nahid, Rameshwar, Mohammad Hossein |title=Y chromosome diversity among the Iranian religious groups: A reservoir of genetic variation |journal=Annals of Human Biology |date=2011 |url=https://www.researchgate.net/publication/49843898_Y_chromosome_diversity_among_the_Iranian_religious_groups_A_reservoir_of_genetic_variation}}</ref>
   
 
According to a 2006 study of Assyrian males from Iraq, Iran and Turkey [[Haplogroup J-M267|J-M267]] measured at 28.6%, 16.1% and 20.0%, respectively,<ref name="ReferenceB">{{cite journal |vauthors=Yepiskoposian L, Khudoyan A, Harutyunian A |title=Genetic Testing of Language Replacement Hypothesis in Southwest Asia |journal=Iran and the Caucasus |volume=10 |issue=2 |year=2006 |pages=191–208 |jstor=4030922 |doi=10.1163/157338406780345899}}</ref> which is significant among [[Ancient Semitic-speaking peoples|Semitic people]] of [[Western Asia]], [[North Africa]] and the [[Horn of Africa]] and the second most common haplogroup among Assyrians.<ref>{{cite journal|last1=Chiaroni|first1=J|last2=King|first2=Roy J|last3=Underhill|first3=Peter A|year=2008|title=Correlation of annual precipitation with human Y-chromosome diversity and the emergence of Neolithic agricultural and pastoral economies in the Fertile Crescent|journal = Antiquity |volume=82|issue=316|pages=281–289|ref={{harvid|Chiaroni|2008}}|doi=10.1017/s0003598x00096800}}</ref> This was followed by [[Haplogroup J-M172|J2]] at 13.4%, which is commonly found in the [[Fertile Crescent]], the [[Caucasus]], [[Anatolia]], [[Italy]], coastal [[Mediterranean Basin|Mediterranean]], and the [[Iranian plateau]].<ref>{{cite journal | vauthors = Underhill PA, Shen P, Lin AA, Jin L, Passarino G, Yang WH, Kauffman E, Bonné-Tamir B, Bertranpetit J, Francalacci P, Ibrahim M, Jenkins T, Kidd JR, Mehdi SQ, Seielstad MT, Wells RS, Piazza A, Davis RW, Feldman MW, Cavalli-Sforza LL, Oefner PJ | title = Y chromosome sequence variation and the history of human populations | journal = Nature Genetics | volume = 26 | issue = 3 | pages = 358–61 | year = 2000 | pmid = 11062480 | doi = 10.1038/81685 }}</ref><ref>Semino O, Magri C, Benuzzi G, Lin AA, Al-Zahery N, Battaglia V, Maccioni L, Triantaphyllidis C, Shen P, Oefner PJ, Zhivotovsky LA, King R, Torroni A, Cavalli-Sforza LL, Underhill PA, Santachiara-Benerecetti AS: ''Origin, diffusion, and differentiation of Y-chromosome haplogroups E and J: inferences on the Neolithization of Europe and later migratory events in the Mediterranean area.'' Am J Hum Genet 2004, 74:1023-1034.</ref> Other [[Y-DNA]] haplogroups included were [[Afroasiatic Urheimat|Afro Asiatic]]-linked [[Haplogroup E-M215 (Y-DNA)|E1b1b]] (11.2%), [[Haplogroup G-M201|G-M201]] (8.9%), which is significantly found in the Caucasus and Georgia, and the [[Proto-Indo-Europeans|Proto Indo European]]-linked [[Haplogroup R1a|R1a]] (8.3%).<ref>Quintana-Murci L, Krausz C, Zerjal T, Sayar SH, Hammer MF, Mehdi SQ, Ayub Q, Qamar R, Mohyuddin A, Radhakrishna U, Jobling MA, TylerSmith C, McElreavey K: ''Y-chromosome lineages trace diffusion of people and languages in southwestern Asia.'' Am J Hum Genet 2001, 68:537-542.</ref>
 
According to a 2006 study of Assyrian males from Iraq, Iran and Turkey [[Haplogroup J-M267|J-M267]] measured at 28.6%, 16.1% and 20.0%, respectively,<ref name="ReferenceB">{{cite journal |vauthors=Yepiskoposian L, Khudoyan A, Harutyunian A |title=Genetic Testing of Language Replacement Hypothesis in Southwest Asia |journal=Iran and the Caucasus |volume=10 |issue=2 |year=2006 |pages=191–208 |jstor=4030922 |doi=10.1163/157338406780345899}}</ref> which is significant among [[Ancient Semitic-speaking peoples|Semitic people]] of [[Western Asia]], [[North Africa]] and the [[Horn of Africa]] and the second most common haplogroup among Assyrians.<ref>{{cite journal|last1=Chiaroni|first1=J|last2=King|first2=Roy J|last3=Underhill|first3=Peter A|year=2008|title=Correlation of annual precipitation with human Y-chromosome diversity and the emergence of Neolithic agricultural and pastoral economies in the Fertile Crescent|journal = Antiquity |volume=82|issue=316|pages=281–289|ref={{harvid|Chiaroni|2008}}|doi=10.1017/s0003598x00096800}}</ref> This was followed by [[Haplogroup J-M172|J2]] at 13.4%, which is commonly found in the [[Fertile Crescent]], the [[Caucasus]], [[Anatolia]], [[Italy]], coastal [[Mediterranean Basin|Mediterranean]], and the [[Iranian plateau]].<ref>{{cite journal | vauthors = Underhill PA, Shen P, Lin AA, Jin L, Passarino G, Yang WH, Kauffman E, Bonné-Tamir B, Bertranpetit J, Francalacci P, Ibrahim M, Jenkins T, Kidd JR, Mehdi SQ, Seielstad MT, Wells RS, Piazza A, Davis RW, Feldman MW, Cavalli-Sforza LL, Oefner PJ | title = Y chromosome sequence variation and the history of human populations | journal = Nature Genetics | volume = 26 | issue = 3 | pages = 358–61 | year = 2000 | pmid = 11062480 | doi = 10.1038/81685 }}</ref><ref>Semino O, Magri C, Benuzzi G, Lin AA, Al-Zahery N, Battaglia V, Maccioni L, Triantaphyllidis C, Shen P, Oefner PJ, Zhivotovsky LA, King R, Torroni A, Cavalli-Sforza LL, Underhill PA, Santachiara-Benerecetti AS: ''Origin, diffusion, and differentiation of Y-chromosome haplogroups E and J: inferences on the Neolithization of Europe and later migratory events in the Mediterranean area.'' Am J Hum Genet 2004, 74:1023-1034.</ref> Other [[Y-DNA]] haplogroups included were [[Afroasiatic Urheimat|Afro Asiatic]]-linked [[Haplogroup E-M215 (Y-DNA)|E1b1b]] (11.2%), [[Haplogroup G-M201|G-M201]] (8.9%), which is significantly found in the Caucasus and Georgia, and the [[Proto-Indo-Europeans|Proto Indo European]]-linked [[Haplogroup R1a|R1a]] (8.3%).<ref>Quintana-Murci L, Krausz C, Zerjal T, Sayar SH, Hammer MF, Mehdi SQ, Ayub Q, Qamar R, Mohyuddin A, Radhakrishna U, Jobling MA, TylerSmith C, McElreavey K: ''Y-chromosome lineages trace diffusion of people and languages in southwestern Asia.'' Am J Hum Genet 2001, 68:537-542.</ref>

Eunício Oliveira

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'''Eunício Lopes de Oliveira''' (born September 30, 1952) is a [[Brazil]]ian politician and businessman. He has represented [[Ceará]] in the [[Federal Senate]] since 2011 and became president of the [[Senate of Brazil]] on February 1, 2017.<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://g1.globo.com/politica/noticia/eunicio-oliveira-e-eleito-presidente-do-senado-para-os-proximos-dois-anos.ghtml|title=Eunício Oliveira é eleito presidente do Senado para os próximos dois anos|newspaper=G1|language=pt-BR|access-date=2017-02-02}}</ref> Previously, he was a federal congressman representing Ceará from 1999 to 2011. He is a member of the [[Brazilian Democratic Movement Party]].<ref>{{cite web|title=Senador Eunício Oliveira|url=http://www.senado.gov.br/senadores/dinamico/paginst/senador612a.asp|work=[[Federal Senate]]|accessdate=March 29, 2014}}</ref> He was candidate running for [[Ceará gubernatorial election, 2014|Governor of Ceará]] in 2014. He is mentioned in 2017 among the beneficiaries of bribes from the multinational [[JBS S.A.|JBS]].<ref>http://www.telesurtv.net/news/3493-millones-de-dolares-pago-JBS-en-sobornos-a-Michel-Temer-20170730-0046.html</ref>
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'''Eunício Lopes de Oliveira''' (born September 30, 1952) is a [[Brazil]]ian politician and businessman. He has represented [[Ceará]] in the [[Federal Senate]] since 2011 and became president of the [[Senate of Brazil]] on February 1, 2017.<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://g1.globo.com/politica/noticia/eunicio-oliveira-e-eleito-presidente-do-senado-para-os-proximos-dois-anos.ghtml|title=Eunício Oliveira é eleito presidente do Senado para os próximos dois anos|newspaper=G1|language=pt-BR|access-date=2017-02-02}}</ref> Previously, he was a federal congressman representing Ceará from 1999 to 2011. He is a member of the [[Brazilian Democratic Movement Party]].<ref>{{cite web|title=Senador Eunício Oliveira|url=http://www.senado.gov.br/senadores/dinamico/paginst/senador612a.asp|work=[[Federal Senate]]|accessdate=March 29, 2014}}</ref> He was candidate running for [[2014 Ceará gubernatorial election|Governor of Ceará]] in 2014. He is mentioned in 2017 among the beneficiaries of bribes from the multinational [[JBS S.A.|JBS]].<ref>http://www.telesurtv.net/news/3493-millones-de-dolares-pago-JBS-en-sobornos-a-Michel-Temer-20170730-0046.html</ref>
   
 
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'''Wisarut Imura''' ({{lang-th|วิศรุต อิ่มอุระ}}, born October 18, 1997), simply known as '''Tia''' ({{lang-th|เตี้ย}}) is a Thai [[association football|footballer]]<ref>{{cite web |url=https://www.goal.com/th/ข่าว/toyota-thai-league-young-player-of-the-week-2-วศรต-อมอระ/1296dutz4s5sa1q4gc28yq65iz |script-title=Toyota Thai League Young Player of the Week 2 : วิศรุต อิ่มอุระ|work=goal.com |accessdate=5 March 2019 |language= }}</ref> who plays as a [[Midfielder (association football)#Defensive midfielder|defensive midfielder]], he has also been used as a [[Defender (association football)#Centre-back|centre-back]] for a [[Thai League 1]] club [[Bangkok United F.C.|Bangkok United]].
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'''Wisarut Imura''' ({{lang-th|วิศรุต อิ่มอุระ}}, born October 18, 1997), simply known as '''Tia''' ({{lang-th|เตี้ย}}) is a [[Thailand|Thai]] [[association football|footballer]]<ref>{{cite web |url=https://www.goal.com/th/ข่าว/toyota-thai-league-young-player-of-the-week-2-วศรต-อมอระ/1296dutz4s5sa1q4gc28yq65iz |script-title=Toyota Thai League Young Player of the Week 2 : วิศรุต อิ่มอุระ|work=goal.com |accessdate=5 March 2019 |language= }}</ref> who plays as a [[Midfielder (association football)#Defensive midfielder|defensive midfielder]], he has also been used as a [[Defender (association football)#Centre-back|centre-back]] for a [[Thai League 1]] club [[Bangkok United F.C.|Bangkok United]].
   
 
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Spinocerebellar ataxia type 1

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===Gene downregulation and silencing===
Because spinocerebellar ataxias are often linked to a mutation on a single gene, modifying [[regulation of gene expression|how the gene is expressed]] can modify the [[phenotype]]. There are several approaches to modifying the expression of mutant proteins, including techniques that completely stop expression, known as [[gene silencing]]. In SCA1, pathogenesis requires constant expression of the mutant ''ATXN1'' gene, and silencing has been shown to halt further progression of the disease, clear nuclear inclusions and aggregates and lead to partial recovery of motor functions in rodent models with conditional expression of the gene. The conditional expression of ''ATXN1'' in mice models differs from how the gene would be silenced therapeutically but the results indicate that therapeutic methods of gene silencing may be viable for treatment and management of SCA1.<ref name="Zu et al">{{cite journal | vauthors = Zu T, Duvick LA, Kaytor MD, Berlinger MS, Zoghbi HY, Clark HB, Orr HT | title = Recovery from polyglutamine-induced neurodegeneration in conditional SCA1 transgenic mice | journal = The Journal of Neuroscience | volume = 24 | issue = 40 | pages = 8853–61 | date = October 2004 | pmid = 15470152 | doi = 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.2978-04.2004 }}</ref> The process that turns coded information in DNA into proteins requires two steps: transcription, in which DNA is used to generate a complimentary RNA strand by RNA polymerase, and translation, in which RNA is used to used to produce a protein by ribosomes. Disrupting either step can slow or prevent the expression of a mutant gene.
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Because spinocerebellar ataxias are often linked to a mutation on a single gene, modifying [[regulation of gene expression|how the gene is expressed]] can modify the [[phenotype]]. There are several approaches to modifying the expression of mutant proteins, including techniques that completely stop expression, known as [[gene silencing]]. In SCA1, pathogenesis requires constant expression of the mutant ''ATXN1'' gene, and silencing has been shown to halt further progression of the disease, clear nuclear inclusions and aggregates and lead to partial recovery of motor functions in rodent models with conditional expression of the gene. The conditional expression of ''ATXN1'' in mice models differs from how the gene would be silenced therapeutically but the results indicate that therapeutic methods of gene silencing may be viable for treatment and management of SCA1.<ref name="Zu et al">{{cite journal | vauthors = Zu T, Duvick LA, Kaytor MD, Berlinger MS, Zoghbi HY, Clark HB, Orr HT | title = Recovery from polyglutamine-induced neurodegeneration in conditional SCA1 transgenic mice | journal = The Journal of Neuroscience | volume = 24 | issue = 40 | pages = 8853–61 | date = October 2004 | pmid = 15470152 | doi = 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.2978-04.2004 }}</ref> The process that turns coded information in DNA into proteins requires two steps: transcription, in which DNA is used to generate a complementary RNA strand by RNA polymerase, and translation, in which RNA is used to used to produce a protein by ribosomes. Disrupting either step can slow or prevent the expression of a mutant gene.
   
 
Ataxin 1 is involved in a number of signaling pathways and its expression is controlled by signaling pathways. The [[MAPK/ERK]] pathway has been shown to activate ataxin 1 expression, and [[RPS6KA5|MSK1]] also phosphorylates ataxin 1, controlling its localization and degradation. [[enzyme inhibitor|Inhibitor]]s of key proteins in this pathway may be used in [[combination therapy]] to potentially decrease expression and lower steady state concentrations of ataxin 1.<ref name="Park et al">{{cite journal | vauthors = Park J, Al-Ramahi I, Tan Q, Mollema N, Diaz-Garcia JR, Gallego-Flores T, Lu HC, Lagalwar S, Duvick L, Kang H, Lee Y, Jafar-Nejad P, Sayegh LS, Richman R, Liu X, Gao Y, Shaw CA, Arthur JS, Orr HT, Westbrook TF, Botas J, Zoghbi HY | title = RAS-MAPK-MSK1 pathway modulates ataxin 1 protein levels and toxicity in SCA1 | journal = Nature | volume = 498 | issue = 7454 | pages = 325–331 | date = June 2013 | pmid = 23719381 | doi = 10.1038/nature12204 | pmc = 4020154 | bibcode = 2013Natur.498..325P }}</ref>
 
Ataxin 1 is involved in a number of signaling pathways and its expression is controlled by signaling pathways. The [[MAPK/ERK]] pathway has been shown to activate ataxin 1 expression, and [[RPS6KA5|MSK1]] also phosphorylates ataxin 1, controlling its localization and degradation. [[enzyme inhibitor|Inhibitor]]s of key proteins in this pathway may be used in [[combination therapy]] to potentially decrease expression and lower steady state concentrations of ataxin 1.<ref name="Park et al">{{cite journal | vauthors = Park J, Al-Ramahi I, Tan Q, Mollema N, Diaz-Garcia JR, Gallego-Flores T, Lu HC, Lagalwar S, Duvick L, Kang H, Lee Y, Jafar-Nejad P, Sayegh LS, Richman R, Liu X, Gao Y, Shaw CA, Arthur JS, Orr HT, Westbrook TF, Botas J, Zoghbi HY | title = RAS-MAPK-MSK1 pathway modulates ataxin 1 protein levels and toxicity in SCA1 | journal = Nature | volume = 498 | issue = 7454 | pages = 325–331 | date = June 2013 | pmid = 23719381 | doi = 10.1038/nature12204 | pmc = 4020154 | bibcode = 2013Natur.498..325P }}</ref>
   
One technique for disrupting translation, [[antisense therapy|antisense oligonucleotide therapy]], which uses single strands of RNA complimentary to the target to prevent the target from binding to a ribosome and trigger the degradation of the target, has already begun clinical trials in other neurodegenerative disorders with many different delivery mechanisms.<ref name="evers et al">{{cite journal | vauthors = Evers MM, Toonen LJ, van Roon-Mom WM | title = Antisense oligonucleotides in therapy for neurodegenerative disorders | journal = Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews | volume = 87 | pages = 90–103 | date = June 2015 | pmid = 25797014 | doi = 10.1016/j.addr.2015.03.008 }}</ref> A similar technique is [[RNA interference]] or RNAi. Instead of complimentary 'antisense' strands of RNA, RNAi uses very small double stranded segments of RNA called [[small interfering RNA]] which triggers degradation of the target before it can be translated. Studies using RNAi agents delivered by [[adeno associated virus]]es (AAV) has been shown to halt progression of disease and lead to some recovery of function with treatment applied to only the deep cerebellar nuclei in mice<ref name="keiser et al">{{cite journal | vauthors = Keiser MS, Boudreau RL, Davidson BL | title = Broad therapeutic benefit after RNAi expression vector delivery to deep cerebellar nuclei: implications for spinocerebellar ataxia type 1 therapy | journal = Molecular Therapy | volume = 22 | issue = 3 | pages = 588–595 | date = March 2014 | pmid = 24419082 | doi = 10.1038/mt.2013.279 | pmc = 3944323 }}</ref> and [[rhesus macaques]].<ref name="keiser et al macaque">{{cite journal | vauthors = Keiser MS, Kordower JH, Gonzalez-Alegre P, Davidson BL | title = Broad distribution of ataxin 1 silencing in rhesus cerebella for spinocerebellar ataxia type 1 therapy | journal = Brain | volume = 138 | issue = Pt 12 | pages = 3555–66 | date = December 2015 | pmid = 26490326 | doi = 10.1093/brain/awv292 | pmc = 4840549 }}</ref> Both of these techniques are difficult to apply to polyglutamine diseases because targeting the polyglutamine tract may cause normal genes to be downregulated as well. SCA1 has also shown to be difficult to target reliably with [[single-nucleotide polymorphism]]s limiting the number of ways RNAi and antisense therapy techniques can be designed to treat SCA1.<ref name="Fiszer et al">{{cite journal | vauthors = Fiszer A, Olejniczak M, Switonski PM, Wroblewska JP, Wisniewska-Kruk J, Mykowska A, Krzyzosiak WJ | title = An evaluation of oligonucleotide-based therapeutic strategies for polyQ diseases | journal = BMC Molecular Biology | volume = 13 | issue = 1 | pages = 6 | date = March 2012 | pmid = 22397573 | pmc = 3359213 | doi = 10.1186/1471-2199-13-6 }}</ref>
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One technique for disrupting translation, [[antisense therapy|antisense oligonucleotide therapy]], which uses single strands of RNA complementary to the target to prevent the target from binding to a ribosome and trigger the degradation of the target, has already begun clinical trials in other neurodegenerative disorders with many different delivery mechanisms.<ref name="evers et al">{{cite journal | vauthors = Evers MM, Toonen LJ, van Roon-Mom WM | title = Antisense oligonucleotides in therapy for neurodegenerative disorders | journal = Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews | volume = 87 | pages = 90–103 | date = June 2015 | pmid = 25797014 | doi = 10.1016/j.addr.2015.03.008 }}</ref> A similar technique is [[RNA interference]] or RNAi. Instead of complementary 'antisense' strands of RNA, RNAi uses very small double stranded segments of RNA called [[small interfering RNA]] which triggers degradation of the target before it can be translated. Studies using RNAi agents delivered by [[adeno associated virus]]es (AAV) has been shown to halt progression of disease and lead to some recovery of function with treatment applied to only the deep cerebellar nuclei in mice<ref name="keiser et al">{{cite journal | vauthors = Keiser MS, Boudreau RL, Davidson BL | title = Broad therapeutic benefit after RNAi expression vector delivery to deep cerebellar nuclei: implications for spinocerebellar ataxia type 1 therapy | journal = Molecular Therapy | volume = 22 | issue = 3 | pages = 588–595 | date = March 2014 | pmid = 24419082 | doi = 10.1038/mt.2013.279 | pmc = 3944323 }}</ref> and [[rhesus macaques]].<ref name="keiser et al macaque">{{cite journal | vauthors = Keiser MS, Kordower JH, Gonzalez-Alegre P, Davidson BL | title = Broad distribution of ataxin 1 silencing in rhesus cerebella for spinocerebellar ataxia type 1 therapy | journal = Brain | volume = 138 | issue = Pt 12 | pages = 3555–66 | date = December 2015 | pmid = 26490326 | doi = 10.1093/brain/awv292 | pmc = 4840549 }}</ref> Both of these techniques are difficult to apply to polyglutamine diseases because targeting the polyglutamine tract may cause normal genes to be downregulated as well. SCA1 has also shown to be difficult to target reliably with [[single-nucleotide polymorphism]]s limiting the number of ways RNAi and antisense therapy techniques can be designed to treat SCA1.<ref name="Fiszer et al">{{cite journal | vauthors = Fiszer A, Olejniczak M, Switonski PM, Wroblewska JP, Wisniewska-Kruk J, Mykowska A, Krzyzosiak WJ | title = An evaluation of oligonucleotide-based therapeutic strategies for polyQ diseases | journal = BMC Molecular Biology | volume = 13 | issue = 1 | pages = 6 | date = March 2012 | pmid = 22397573 | pmc = 3359213 | doi = 10.1186/1471-2199-13-6 }}</ref>
   
 
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LGBT rights in Iraq

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Approximately 3,000 people were tortured from 1991 to 2003 by Saddam Hussein's security forces for expressing their sexuality.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2017/06/lgbt-iraq-kurdistan-human-right-gender-quality.html|title=LGBT community struggles for recognition, rights in Iraqi Kurdistan|date=16 June 2017|publisher=|accessdate=4 August 2017}}</ref>
 
Approximately 3,000 people were tortured from 1991 to 2003 by Saddam Hussein's security forces for expressing their sexuality.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2017/06/lgbt-iraq-kurdistan-human-right-gender-quality.html|title=LGBT community struggles for recognition, rights in Iraqi Kurdistan|date=16 June 2017|publisher=|accessdate=4 August 2017}}</ref>
   
With the intention of discrediting Saddam Hussein with his supporters, [[CIA]] was considering making a video in which he would be seen having sex with a teenage boy.<ref>http://voices.washingtonpost.com/spy-talk/2010/05/cia_group_had_wacky_ideas_to_d.html</ref>
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With the intention of discrediting Saddam Hussein with his supporters, [[CIA]] was considering making a video in which he would be seen having sex with a teenage boy.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://voices.washingtonpost.com/spy-talk/2010/05/cia_group_had_wacky_ideas_to_d.html|title=SpyTalk - CIA unit's wacky idea: Depict Saddam as gay|website=voices.washingtonpost.com|access-date=2019-07-03}}</ref>
   
 
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==== Iraqi Kurdistan ====
 
==== Iraqi Kurdistan ====
   
In 2010, efforts by the Kurdish government to promote gender equality, were attacked by Kamil Haji Ali, [[Ministry of Endowments and Religious Affairs (Iraq)|Minister of Endowments and Religious Affairs]], as well as the Kurdistan Islamic Movement for trying to legalize same-sex marriage. The KRG and other supporters of gender equality, stated the legislation does not deal with LGBT rights issues, but deals with social justice issues impacting women.<ref>http://www.violenceisnotourculture.org/content/homosexuality-fears-over-gender-equality-iraqi-kurdistan</ref>
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In 2010, efforts by the Kurdish government to promote gender equality, were attacked by Kamil Haji Ali, [[Ministry of Endowments and Religious Affairs (Iraq)|Minister of Endowments and Religious Affairs]], as well as the Kurdistan Islamic Movement for trying to legalize same-sex marriage. The KRG and other supporters of gender equality, stated the legislation does not deal with LGBT rights issues, but deals with social justice issues impacting women.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.violenceisnotourculture.org/content/homosexuality-fears-over-gender-equality-iraqi-kurdistan|title=violenceisnotourculture.org - Diese Website steht zum Verkauf! - Informationen zum Thema violenceisnotourculture.|website=www.violenceisnotourculture.org|access-date=2019-07-03}}</ref>
   
 
===ISIL terrorism===
 
===ISIL terrorism===

File:Are You Lost? volume 1 cover.jpg

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| Publisher = [[Kodansha]]
 
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Surrey City Council

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* Doug Elford, Councillor - Safe Surrey Coalition
 
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* Laurie Guerra, Councillor - Safe Surrey Coalition
 
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* Jack Singh Hundial, Councillor - Safe Surrey Coalition
 
* Jack Singh Hundial, Councillor - Safe Surrey Coalition
 
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* Mandeep Nagra, Councillor - Safe Surrey Coalition

Category talk:Australian city of residence user templates

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Stefan Rusconi

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''Stefan Rusconi'' (born 14 February 1979 in [[Zurich]]) is a [[Swiss]] [[Pianist]] und [[Composer]]. Rusconi lives in [[Berlin]] and Zurich.
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'''Stefan Rusconi''' (born 14 February 1979 in [[Zurich]]) is a [[Swiss]] [[Pianist]] and [[composer]]. Rusconi lives in [[Berlin]] and Zurich.
   
 
== Work ==
 
== Work ==

List of Major League Baseball career putouts as a catcher leaders

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[[File:Yadi okay 2016.jpg|thumb|right|230px|Yadier Molina, the active leader and 2nd all-time in putouts by a catcher.]]
 
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Ana Amélia Lemos

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'''Ana Amélia Lemos''' ([[Lagoa Vermelha]], March 23, 1945) is a [[Brazil]]ian [[journalist]] and [[politician]]. She worked as a columnist and commentator for [[RBS TV|RBS]] in [[Brazilian Federal District|Distrito Federal]], before applying the [[Senator]] by the [[Rio Grande do Sul]], elected in the [[Brazilian legislative election, 2010|General Election 2010]]. She was the running mate of [[PSDB]] presidential candidate [[Geraldo Alckmin]] in the [[Brazilian general election, 2018|2018 election]].<ref>https://www1.folha.uol.com.br/poder/2018/08/chamada-por-alckmin-de-vice-dos-sonhos-ana-amelia-diz-que-decisao-nao-foi-facil.shtml</ref>
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'''Ana Amélia Lemos''' ([[Lagoa Vermelha]], March 23, 1945) is a [[Brazil]]ian [[journalist]] and [[politician]]. She worked as a columnist and commentator for [[RBS TV|RBS]] in [[Brazilian Federal District|Distrito Federal]], before applying the [[Senator]] by the [[Rio Grande do Sul]], elected in the [[2010 Brazilian legislative election|General Election 2010]]. She was the running mate of [[PSDB]] presidential candidate [[Geraldo Alckmin]] in the [[2018 Brazilian general election|2018 election]].<ref>https://www1.folha.uol.com.br/poder/2018/08/chamada-por-alckmin-de-vice-dos-sonhos-ana-amelia-diz-que-decisao-nao-foi-facil.shtml</ref>
   
 
== Biography ==
 
== Biography ==
   
Graduated in [[News media|Media]] by the [[Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul|Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul]],<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.clicrbs.com.br/zerohora/jsp/default.jsp?uf=1&local=1&section=Geral&newsID=a2838602.xml|title=Ana Amélia Lemos troca o jornalismo pela política|language=portuguese|date=March 15, 2010|accessdate=February 11, 2013|work=Clicrbs}}</ref> Lemos worked as a [[Reporter]] in [[Journal of Commerce]] and the branch of [[Morning Post]] and as correspondent of the magazine [[Overview (Brazilian magazine)|Overview]]. She began her career in [[RBS TV|RBS]] in 1977, acting as a reporter for [[economics]] and producer and host of the "Economic Outlook", the first column of economics at the TV in the [[Southern Brazil]].
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Graduated in [[News media|Media]] by the [[Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul|Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul]],<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.clicrbs.com.br/zerohora/jsp/default.jsp?uf=1&local=1&section=Geral&newsID=a2838602.xml|title=Ana Amélia Lemos troca o jornalismo pela política|language=portuguese|date=March 15, 2010|accessdate=February 11, 2013|work=Clicrbs}}</ref> Lemos worked as a [[Reporter]] in [[Journal of Commerce]] and the branch of [[Morning Post]] and as correspondent of the magazine [[Overview (Brazilian magazine)|Overview]]. She began her career in [[RBS TV|RBS]] in 1977, acting as a reporter for [[economics]] and producer and host of the "Economic Outlook", the first column of economics at the TV in the [[Southern Brazil]].
   
 
In 1979, Ana Amelia moved to [[GMT]], as a reporter for Zero Hour of [[RBS TV]] and [[Radio Gaucha]]. Three years later, she was named director of RBS's capital [[Brazil]], a post she held until December 2003. Lemos then participated in programs like ''Good Morning'' Rio Grande, on TV, and Current ''Gaucho'', Gaucho on radio, signing a column in the editorial policy of the newspaper Zero Hora.
 
In 1979, Ana Amelia moved to [[GMT]], as a reporter for Zero Hour of [[RBS TV]] and [[Radio Gaucha]]. Three years later, she was named director of RBS's capital [[Brazil]], a post she held until December 2003. Lemos then participated in programs like ''Good Morning'' Rio Grande, on TV, and Current ''Gaucho'', Gaucho on radio, signing a column in the editorial policy of the newspaper Zero Hora.
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=== Political career ===
 
=== Political career ===
   
On March 15, 2010, Lemos announced her retirement from the RBS Group to start a political career. She was a candidate of the [[Progressive Party (Brazil)|Progressive Party]] (PP) for [[Senator]] by [[Rio Grande do Sul]], it was elected on October 3, 2010 with 29.54% of the votes.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://eleicoes.terra.com.br/apuracao/2010/1turno/rio-grande-do-sul/|title=Eleições 2010 - Rio Grande do Sul|language=portuguese|work=Terra Networks}}</ref> At the [[Brazilian general election, 2018|presidential elections of 2018]] Lemos is [[Geraldo Alckmin]]s running mate.<ref name="MedienWerbeAnteil2018-08-11Economist">{{cite web|title=High suspense in Brazil's general election|periodical=|publisher=The Economist Newspaper Limited|url=https://www.economist.com/the-americas/2018/08/11/high-suspense-in-brazils-general-election|deadurl=|format=|accessdate=2018-08-13|archiveurl=|archivedate=|last=|date=2018-08-11|year=|month=|day=|language=en|pages=|quote=}}</ref>
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On March 15, 2010, Lemos announced her retirement from the RBS Group to start a political career. She was a candidate of the [[Progressive Party (Brazil)|Progressive Party]] (PP) for [[Senator]] by [[Rio Grande do Sul]], it was elected on October 3, 2010 with 29.54% of the votes.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://eleicoes.terra.com.br/apuracao/2010/1turno/rio-grande-do-sul/|title=Eleições 2010 - Rio Grande do Sul|language=portuguese|work=Terra Networks}}</ref> At the [[2018 Brazilian general election|presidential elections of 2018]] Lemos is [[Geraldo Alckmin]]s running mate.<ref name="MedienWerbeAnteil2018-08-11Economist">{{cite web|title=High suspense in Brazil's general election|periodical=|publisher=The Economist Newspaper Limited|url=https://www.economist.com/the-americas/2018/08/11/high-suspense-in-brazils-general-election|deadurl=|format=|accessdate=2018-08-13|archiveurl=|archivedate=|last=|date=2018-08-11|year=|month=|day=|language=en|pages=|quote=}}</ref>
   
 
=== Personal life ===
 
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Ablaberoides pavoninus

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17th Lok Sabha

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Party-wise Distribution of Seats

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| bgcolor="{{Bahujan Samaj Party/meta/color}}" | ||align=left|[[Bahujan Samaj Party]] || align=left|BSP || 10 ||[[Kunwar Danish Ali]]

Clark Donatelli

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| birth_date = {{birth date and age|1965|11|22|mf=y}}
 
| birth_date = {{birth date and age|1965|11|22|mf=y}}
| birth_place = [[Providence, Rhode Island|Providence]], [[Rhode Island|RI]], [[United States|USA]]
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| birth_place = [[Providence, Rhode Island]], [[United States|USA]]
 
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Skate sailing

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[[File:Canadians skate sailing (1933).jpg|thumb|People skate sailing, [1933] [[John H. Boyd (photographer)]] ]]
 
[[File:Canadians skate sailing (1933).jpg|thumb|People skate sailing, [1933] [[John H. Boyd (photographer)]] ]]
'''Skate sailing''' is a sport moving over ice standing on [[ice skate]]s utilizing the force of the wind. A small sail is held in once hands or leaned against with the whole body. Using a metal blade under foot and the height of the ice skates is of much importance in being able to steer as much it is acquiring the technique to gain an edge.
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'''Skate sailing''' is a sport moving over ice standing on [[ice skate]]s utilizing the force of the wind. A small sail is held in ones hands or leaned against with the whole body. Using a metal blade under foot and the height of the ice skates is of much importance in being able to steer as much it is acquiring the technique to gain an edge.
   
 
[[File:Skridskosegling på is. Två kvinnor i tidens sportkläder, långa kjolar och polotröjor - Nordiska Museet - NMA.0052738.jpg|thumb|Skate sailing in Sweden, 1905–1915.]]
 
[[File:Skridskosegling på is. Två kvinnor i tidens sportkläder, långa kjolar och polotröjor - Nordiska Museet - NMA.0052738.jpg|thumb|Skate sailing in Sweden, 1905–1915.]]

User:RockyMasum

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'''Today [[{{CURRENTDAYNAME}}]], [[{{CURRENTDAY}} {{CURRENTMONTHNAME}}]] [[{{CURRENTYEAR}}]] ({{BENGALIDATE}})'''
 
'''Today [[{{CURRENTDAYNAME}}]], [[{{CURRENTDAY}} {{CURRENTMONTHNAME}}]] [[{{CURRENTYEAR}}]] ({{BENGALIDATE}})'''
   
Hi, this is '''Masum-al-Hasan Rocky''' (Bengali: মাসুম-আল-হাসান রকি), and I use my username as Masum-al-hasan in all Wikimedia projects. Now-a-days I primarily work on Bengali Wikipedia. I also work in Wikimedia Commons and attended several off-line Bengali Wikipedia promoting events. Me also the founder of first ever Wiki Club in Bangladesh. I am involved as a co-founder of Rajshahi Wikipedia Community, which is a divisional user community of local Wikipedians from Rajshahi Division under the local chapter Wikimedia Bangladesh. Currently I serve as a [[Wikimedia Bangladesh#Responsibilities|Member in the Executive Committee]] of Wikimedia Bangladesh.
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Hi, this is '''Masum-al-Hasan Rocky''' (Bengali: মাসুম-আল-হাসান রকি), and I use my username as RockyMasum (previous username: Masum-al-Hasan) in all Wikimedia projects. Now-a-days I primarily work on Bengali Wikipedia. I also work in Wikimedia Commons and attended several off-line Bengali Wikipedia promoting events. Me also the founder of first ever Wiki Club in Bangladesh. I am involved as a co-founder of Rajshahi Wikipedia Community, which is a divisional user community of local Wikipedians from Rajshahi Division under the local chapter Wikimedia Bangladesh. Currently I serve as a [[Wikimedia Bangladesh#Responsibilities|Member in the Executive Committee]] of Wikimedia Bangladesh.
   
 
</div><div style="position: fixed; left:5px; bottom:-140px; display:block; height:500px; width:130px;">[[Image:Flag-map_of_Bangladesh.svg|110px|এই ব্যবহারকারী একজন বাংলাদেশী|link=বাংলাদেশী]]</div><div style="position: fixed; right:0; bottom:0; display:block;">
 
</div><div style="position: fixed; left:5px; bottom:-140px; display:block; height:500px; width:130px;">[[Image:Flag-map_of_Bangladesh.svg|110px|এই ব্যবহারকারী একজন বাংলাদেশী|link=বাংলাদেশী]]</div><div style="position: fixed; right:0; bottom:0; display:block;">

Marcelo Crivella

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|name = Marcelo Crivella
 
|name = Marcelo Crivella
 
|image = Marcelo Crivella Prefeito.jpg
 
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|predecessor2 = Nóbrega de Oliveira
 
|predecessor2 = Nóbrega de Oliveira
 
|successor2 = [[Eduardo Lopes (politician)|Eduardo Lopes]]
 
|successor2 = [[Eduardo Lopes (politician)|Eduardo Lopes]]
|occupation = Evangelical bishop <br> Singer <br> Politician
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|profession = Engineer
 
|profession = Engineer
 
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|birth_date = {{Birth date and age|mf=yes|1957|10|09}}
 
|birth_place = [[Rio de Janeiro]], [[Brazil]]
 
|birth_place = [[Rio de Janeiro]], [[Brazil]]
|party = [[Brazilian Republican Party|PRB]] {{small|(Since 2005)}}<br>[[Liberal Party (Brazil)|PL]] {{small|(2002–2005)}}
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|party = [[Brazilian Republican Party|PRB]] {{small|(Since 2005)}}<br />[[Liberal Party (Brazil)|PL]] {{small|(2002–2005)}}
 
|website = [http://www.marcelocrivella.com.br marcelocrivella.com.br]
 
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In 2008, he ran for mayor of the state capital, but came in 3rd place in the first round and was eliminated.
 
In 2008, he ran for mayor of the state capital, but came in 3rd place in the first round and was eliminated.
   
Crivella reached the second round but was defeated on his running for [[Rio de Janeiro gubernatorial election, 2014|Governor of Rio de Janeiro]] in 2014 by [[Luiz Fernando Pezão]].
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Crivella reached the second round but was defeated on his running for [[2014 Rio de Janeiro gubernatorial election|Governor of Rio de Janeiro]] in 2014 by [[Luiz Fernando Pezão]].
   
 
In 2016, Marcelo Crivella won the election for Rio de Janeiro Mayor beating left-wing candidate [[Marcelo Freixo]] by a margin of approximately 20 percentage points. He is the first Pentecostal to govern a big Brazilian city.<ref>{{cite news|title=Rio de Janeiro: A Pentecostal's progress|url=https://www.economist.com/news/americas/21709570-sin-city-elects-preacher-mayor-pentecostals-progress|accessdate=4 November 2016|work=[[The Economist]]|date=4 November 2016}}</ref>
 
In 2016, Marcelo Crivella won the election for Rio de Janeiro Mayor beating left-wing candidate [[Marcelo Freixo]] by a margin of approximately 20 percentage points. He is the first Pentecostal to govern a big Brazilian city.<ref>{{cite news|title=Rio de Janeiro: A Pentecostal's progress|url=https://www.economist.com/news/americas/21709570-sin-city-elects-preacher-mayor-pentecostals-progress|accessdate=4 November 2016|work=[[The Economist]]|date=4 November 2016}}</ref>

Talk:Great Barrier Reef

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Oops, someone beat me to it

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"In addition, approximately 400,000 years ago there was a particularly warm interglacial period with higher sea levels and a 4 °C (7 °F) water temperature change." So, the reef survived a 4°C increase then, but is in danger from a current change of less than half of that now?? Can someone explain this, please? <!-- Template:Unsigned IP --><small class="autosigned">—&nbsp;Preceding [[Wikipedia:Signatures|unsigned]] comment added by [[Special:Contributions/124.191.164.198|124.191.164.198]] ([[User talk:124.191.164.198#top|talk]]) 08:34, 12 October 2018 (UTC)</small> <!--Autosigned by SineBot-->
 
"In addition, approximately 400,000 years ago there was a particularly warm interglacial period with higher sea levels and a 4 °C (7 °F) water temperature change." So, the reef survived a 4°C increase then, but is in danger from a current change of less than half of that now?? Can someone explain this, please? <!-- Template:Unsigned IP --><small class="autosigned">—&nbsp;Preceding [[Wikipedia:Signatures|unsigned]] comment added by [[Special:Contributions/124.191.164.198|124.191.164.198]] ([[User talk:124.191.164.198#top|talk]]) 08:34, 12 October 2018 (UTC)</small> <!--Autosigned by SineBot-->
 
bannanananana <!-- Template:Unsigned IP --><small class="autosigned">—&nbsp;Preceding [[Wikipedia:Signatures|unsigned]] comment added by [[Special:Contributions/123.2.253.204|123.2.253.204]] ([[User talk:123.2.253.204#top|talk]]) 00:11, 3 July 2019 (UTC)</small> <!--Autosigned by SineBot-->
 

Chiitan

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''[[The Japan Times]]'' described Chiitan's antics as slapstick, similar in style and content to ''[[Jackass (franchise)|Jackass]]''. Many of its videos ended up with it laying on the ground after attempting a dangerous physical stunt.<ref name="Pearson"/> Many of Chiitan's videos involved the use of athletic equipment that was sent to it by fans.<ref name="Y&K"/> One video, showing Chiitan kicking an exercise ball, was viewed over eight million times.<ref name="McGee">McGee</ref> Chiitan's videos were well-received by many people on the internet, resulting in it becoming "the fastest rising star" among Japanese mascots in 2018.<ref>Chris</ref>
 
''[[The Japan Times]]'' described Chiitan's antics as slapstick, similar in style and content to ''[[Jackass (franchise)|Jackass]]''. Many of its videos ended up with it laying on the ground after attempting a dangerous physical stunt.<ref name="Pearson"/> Many of Chiitan's videos involved the use of athletic equipment that was sent to it by fans.<ref name="Y&K"/> One video, showing Chiitan kicking an exercise ball, was viewed over eight million times.<ref name="McGee">McGee</ref> Chiitan's videos were well-received by many people on the internet, resulting in it becoming "the fastest rising star" among Japanese mascots in 2018.<ref>Chris</ref>
   
Some of the social media posts in which Chiitan and Shinjo-kun appeared together led some people to believe that Chiitan was a "bad influence" on Shinjo-kun. One post, in which Shinjo-kun carries a miniature baseball bat and Chiitan is dressed as a gangster, is captioned: "We're the bosses, don't mess with us or we'll commit otterocities."<ref name="McGee"/>
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Some of the social media posts in which Chiitan and Shinjo-kun appeared together led some people to believe that Chiitan was a "bad influence" on Shinjo-kun. One post, in which Chiitan carries a miniature baseball bat and Shinjo-kun is dressed as a gangster, is captioned: "We're the bosses, don't mess with us or we'll commit otterocities."<ref name="McGee"/>
   
 
===Media reception===
 
===Media reception===

1981 South Glamorgan County Council election

Posted: 02 Jul 2019 11:55 PM PDT

Central (two seats): 1981, added link, also Green Party not formed till 1985

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===Central (two seats)===
 
===Central (two seats)===
{{Election box begin | title = Central 1977}}
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{{Election box begin | title = [[Central (Cardiff electoral ward)|Central]] 1981}}
 
{{Election box winning candidate with party link
 
{{Election box winning candidate with party link
 
|party = Labour Party (UK)
 
|party = Labour Party (UK)
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{{Election box candidate with party link
 
{{Election box candidate with party link
 
|party = Liberal Party (UK)
 
|party = Liberal Party (UK)
|candidate = A, Miles
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|candidate = A. Miles
 
|votes = 500
 
|votes = 500
 
|percentage =
 
|percentage =
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|change =
 
|change =
 
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{{Election box winning candidate with party link
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{{Election box candidate with party link
 
|party = Conservative Party (UK)
 
|party = Conservative Party (UK)
 
|candidate = C. Thomas*
 
|candidate = C. Thomas*
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}}
 
{{Election box candidate with party link
 
{{Election box candidate with party link
|party = Green Party (UK)
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|party = Ecology Party
 
|candidate = K. Pearson
 
|candidate = K. Pearson
 
|votes = 128
 
|votes = 128
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