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Battle of Paso Ipohy


André maciel: ←Created page with '{{Infobox military conflict |part of = the Paraguayan War | image = | image_size = |caption = |date = Dezember 25, 1867 |place = Tebicuary River, Par...' {{Infobox military conflict |part of = the [[Paraguayan War]] | image = | image_size = |caption = |date = Dezember 25, 1867 |place = [[Tebicuary River]], [[Paraguay]] |result = Paraguayan victory |combatant1 = {{PAR}} *[[File:Coat of arms of Paraguay.svg|15px]] [[Paraguayan Army]] |combatant2 = {{flagicon|Empire of Brazil}}[[Empire of Brazil]] *[[File:CoA Empire of Brazil (1822-1870).svg|15px]] [[Imperial Brazilian Army|Imperial Army]] |commander1 = {{flagicon|Paraguay|1842}} Col. Valois Rivarola<br>{{flagicon|Paraguay|1842}} Captan Eduardo Vera |commander2 = {{flagicon|Empire of Brazil}} General Joaquim de Andrade Neves |strength1 = 150-300 |strength2 = 1,000-1,500 |casualties1 = 20 casualties |casualties2 = 400-800 casualties }} {{campaignbox Paraguayan War}} The '''Battle of Paso Iphoy''' was an action plan [...]

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Friden Goods Yard


RailwayJG: ←Created page with ''''Friden Goods Yard''' was a goods station located on the Cromford and High Peak Railway near the villages of Friden in Derbyshire. Mostly for m...' '''Friden Goods Yard''' was a [[goods station]] located on the [[Cromford and High Peak Railway]] near the villages of [[Friden]] in [[Derbyshire]]. Mostly for moving mineral and quarry traffic. It closed in 1967 along with the rest of the line. And today, nothing remains of the goods yard. The trackbed now forms part of the [[High Peak Trail]]. <ref>https://rchs.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/Cromford-High-Peak-Railway-Nov-2001.pdf</ref> <ref>https://www.flickr.com/photos/worthingwanderer/7098175937</ref> <ref>https://her.derbyshire.gov.uk/Monument/MDR9136</ref> <ref>https://her.derbyshire.gov.uk/thesaurusterm/87721</ref> == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Disused railway stations in Derbyshire]] [[Category:Railway stations in Great Britain closed in 1967]] {{EastMidla [...]

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William Keddie


Stephencdickson: article created--~~~~ '''William Keddie''' [[FRSE]] (1809&ndash;1877) was a Scottish newspaper editor and scientist. Although now a method taken for granted, he was one of the first to advocate teaching of Chemistry bu each student conducting their own experiments (rather than purely observing the teacher). He left a large collection of manuscripts to [[Glasgow University]]. He also formed the basis of running Scottish Sunday Schools, in a format which ran until the mid 20th century.<ref> https://www.lib.uchicago.edu/e/scrc/findingaids/view.php?eadid=ICU.SPCL.KEDDIE</ref> ==Life== [[File:The grave of William Keddie, Glasgow Necropolis.jpg|thumb|The grave of William Keddie, Glasgow Necropolis]] He was born in [[Peebles]] on 22 March 1809<ref>https://www.rse.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/all_fellows.pdf</ref> In 1822 he was apprenticed to a printer in [[Glasgow]] In the [[Disruption of 1843]] he left the established [[Church of Scotland]] and joined the Free [...]

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Hartmann Lajos


Almgerdeu: ←Created page with '{{short description|Hungarian association football referee}} '''Hartmann Lajos''' (born 11 October 1947 in Győr, Hungary) was a Hungarian international As...' {{short description|Hungarian association football referee}} '''Hartmann Lajos''' (born 11 October 1947 in [[Győr]], Hungary) was a Hungarian international [[Association football|football]] [[Referee (association football)|referee]].<ref>{{Cite web|title=Profile of referee|url=https://eu-football.info/_referee.php?id=912|access-date=2020-10-22|website=eu-football.info}}</ref> == Career == He officiated 5 international matches and was member of FIFA in 1984–1994. He attributed a EURO 1988 qualifying match, a 1990 World Cup qualifying match<ref>{{Cite web|title=Referee's competitive matches|url=https://eu-football.info/_referee.php?id=912|access-date=2020-10-22|website=eu-football.info}}</ref> and others were in friendly matches includes [[Four_Nations_Tournament_(1988)#Semi-finals|Four Nation [...]

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Dun Emer Guild


Smirkybec: adding links and ce {{short description|Irish textile craft studio founded by Evelyn Gleeson}} The '''Dun Emer Guild''' (1902–1964) was an [[Ireland|Irish]] Arts and Crafts textile studio founded in 1902 by [[Evelyn Gleeson]], initially in partnership with [[Elizabeth Yeats|Elizabeth]] and [[Lily Yeats]] as Dun Emer Industries and [[Dun Emer Press|Press]]. ==History== The Dun Emer Guild was the textile producing arm of Dun Emer Industries, which was founded in 1902 by [[Evelyn Gleeson]], [[Elizabeth Yeats|Elizabeth]] and her sister [[Lily Yeats]] with funding from [[Augustine Henry]] and an sum of money Gleeson inherited.<ref name="Archives">{{cite web |title=The Dun Emer Press |url=https://modernistarchives.com/business/the-dun-emer-press |website=Modernist Archives Publishing Project |accessdate=22 October 2020}}</ref> The company was run out of Gleeson's home, Dun Emer in [[Dundrum, Dublin|Dundrum]]. The house and administration of the company was overseen by Gleeson's [...]

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RM-127


SamBo198: This warning device exists, I decided to make an article about it. The RM-127 is a modern [[Outdoor Warning Siren]]. [...]

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Minninglow Goods Yard


RailwayJG: ←Created page with ''''Minninglow Goods Yard''' was a goods station located on the Cromford and High Peak Railway near the villages of Aldwark, Pikehall and Longcl...' '''Minninglow Goods Yard''' was a [[goods station]] located on the [[Cromford and High Peak Railway]] near the villages of [[Aldwark]], [[Pikehall]] and [[Longcliffe]] in [[Derbyshire]]. Mostly for moving mineral and quarry traffic. It closed in 1967 along with the rest of the line. And today, nothing remains of the goods yard. The trackbed now forms part of the [[High Peak Trail]]. The site of Minninglow is also now a landmark on the [[High Peak Trail]]. <ref>https://her.derbyshire.gov.uk/Monument/MDR9118</ref> <ref>https://her.derbyshire.gov.uk/Monument/MDR9117</ref> <ref>http://theatreorgans.com/hammond/keng/kenhtml/High%20Peak%20Railway%20Walks%20New/Minninglow%20To%20Friden%20via%20Gotham%20Curve.htm</ref> <ref>https://www.ambervalleyramblers.org.uk/diary-walks/137-minninglow-royston- [...]

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George Young (cricketer)


Lugnuts: create article {{short description|New Zealand cricketer}} {{Use dmy dates|date=October 2020}} {{Use New Zealand English|date=October 2020}} {{Infobox cricketer | name = George Young | image = | fullname = | birth_date = 1847 | birth_place = [[Ghazipur]], India | death_date = 20 April {{death year and age|1935|1847}} | death_place = [[Melbourne]], Australia | batting = | bowling = | role = | club1 = | year1 = | clubnumber1 = | club2 = | year2 = | clubnumber2 = | date = 22 October 2020 | source = http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/content/player/38937.html Cricinfo }} '''George Young''' (1847 &ndash; 20 April 1935) was a New Zealand [[cricket]]er. He played in two [[first-class cricket|first-class]] matches for [[Canterbury cricket team|Canterbury]] from 1866 to 1868.<ref>{ [...]

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David Suter (disambiguation)


BatYote.: '''David Suter''' may refer to: * [[David Suter (American artist)|David Suter]], (born 1949), American artist * [[David Suter (biologist)|David Suter]], (born 1978), Swiss biologist [...]

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The Revenant (horse)


Tigerboy1966: ←Created page with '{{Short description|British-bred Thoroughbred racehorse}} {{Infobox racehorse | horsename = The Revenant | image_name = | caption = | sire = Dubawi | gran...' {{Short description|British-bred Thoroughbred racehorse}} {{Infobox racehorse | horsename = The Revenant | image_name = | caption = | sire = [[Dubawi]] | grandsire = [[Dubai Millennium]] | dam = Hazel Lavery | damsire = [[Excellent Art]] | sex = Gelding | foaled = 20 April 2015<ref name="pedigree">{{cite web|url=https://www.equineline.com/Free-5X-Pedigree.cfm/=The%20Revenant%20(GB)?page_state=DISPLAY_REPORT&reference_number=9948770&registry=T&horse_name==The%20Revenant%20(GB)&dam_name==Hazel%20Lavery%20(IRE)&foaling_year=2015&include_sire_line=N&include_truenick=N|title=The Revenant pedigree|publisher=Equineline |date= |accessdate=}}</ref> | country = United Kingdom | colour = [[Chestnut (coat)|Chestnut]] | breeder = Al Asayl Bloodstock | owner = Al Asayl France [...]

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Geoff Wright (cricketer)


Lugnuts: create article {{short description|New Zealand cricketer}} {{Use dmy dates|date=October 2020}} {{Use New Zealand English|date=October 2020}} {{Infobox cricketer | name = Geoff Wright | image = | fullname = | birth_date = {{birth date|1929|3|25|df=yes}} | birth_place = [[Darfield, New Zealand|Darfield]], New Zealand | death_date = {{death date and age|2003|4|2|1929|3|25|df=yes}} | death_place = [[Christchurch]], New Zealand | batting = | bowling = | role = | club1 = | year1 = | clubnumber1 = | club2 = | year2 = | clubnumber2 = | date = 22 October 2020 | source = http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/content/player/38901.html Cricinfo }} '''Geoff Wright''' (25 March 1929 &ndash; 2 April 2003) was a New Zealand [[cricket]]er. He played in one [[first-class cricket|first-class]] match [...]

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Longcliffe Goods Yard


RailwayJG: ←Created page with ''''Longcliffe Goods Yard''' was a goods station located on the Cromford and High Peak Railway in Longcliffe, Derbyshire. Mostly for moving minera...' '''Longcliffe Goods Yard''' was a [[goods station]] located on the [[Cromford and High Peak Railway]] in [[Longcliffe]], [[Derbyshire]]. Mostly for moving mineral and quarry traffic. It closed in 1967 along with the rest of the line. And today, nothing remains of the goods yard. The trackbed now forms part of the [[High Peak Trail]]. <ref>https://her.derbyshire.gov.uk/thesaurusterm/70239</ref> <ref>https://calmview.derbyshire.gov.uk/calmview/overview.aspx?src=calmview.catalog&q=refno:D6367*</ref> <ref>https://www.flickr.com/photos/93122458@N08/20266257089/</ref> <ref>https://historicengland.org.uk/images-books/publications/railway-goods-shed-and-warehouse-in-england/the-railway-goods-shed-and-warehouse/</ref> == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Disused railway stations in [...]

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Ajjenahalli


Vijethnbharadwaj: disambiguation '''Ajjenahalli''' may refer to: == Places == * [[Ajjenahalli, Alur]], a village in Hassan, India * [[Ajjenahalli, Belur]], a village in Hassan, India * [[Ajjenahalli, Sira]], a village in Tumkur, India * [[Ajjenahalli, Turuvekere]], a village in Tumkur, India * [[Ajjenahalli, Koratagere]], a village in Tumkur, India * [[Ajjenahalli, Chiknayakanhalli]], a village in Tumkur, India {{disambiguation|geo}} [...]

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John Wood (New Zealand cricketer)


Lugnuts: create article {{short description|New Zealand cricketer}} {{Use dmy dates|date=October 2020}} {{Use New Zealand English|date=October 2020}} {{Infobox cricketer | name = John Wood | image = | fullname = | birth_date = 1839 | birth_place = England | death_date = 26 January {{death year and age|1909|1839}} | death_place = [[Christchurch]], New Zealand | batting = | bowling = | role = | club1 = | year1 = | clubnumber1 = | club2 = | year2 = | clubnumber2 = | date = 22 October 2020 | source = http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/content/player/38891.html Cricinfo }} '''John Wood''' (1839 &ndash; 26 January 1909) was a New Zealand [[cricket]]er. He played in six [[first-class cricket|first-class]] matches for [[Canterbury cricket team|Canterbury]] and [[Wellington cricket team|Wellingto [...]

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Orphé Mbina


Ortizesp: Filled in 2 bare reference(s) with reFill 2 {{short description|Gabonese footballer}} {{Use dmy dates|date=April 2020}} {{Infobox football biography | name = Orphé Mbina | image = | caption = | fullname = Patrick Orphé Mbina | birth_date = {{birth date and age|2000|11|2|df=y}} | birth_place = [[Libreville]], Gabon | height = | position = [[Forward (association football)|Forward]] | currentclub = [[Grenoble Foot 38|Grenoble]] | clubnumber = 34 | years1 = 2019–2020 | clubs1 = [[AS Béziers|Béziers II]] | caps1 = 9 | goals1 = 5 | years2 = 2020 | clubs2 = [[AS Béziers|Béziers]] | caps2 = 2 | goals2 = 0 | years3 = 2020– | clubs3 = [[Grenoble Foot 38|Grenoble]] | caps3 = 1 | goals3 = 0 | totalcaps = | totalgoals = | medaltemplates = | club-update = 16:46, 25 April 2020 (UTC) }} '''Patrick Orphé Mbina''' (born 2 November 2000) is a Gabonese professional [[Association foot [...]

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Ajjanahalli


Vijethnbharadwaj: disambiguation '''Ajjanahalli''' may refer to: == Places == * [[Ajjanahalli, Arsikere]], a village in Hassan, India * [[Ajjanahalli, Turuvekere]], a village in Tumkur, India * [[Ajjanahalli, Magadi]], a village in Bangalore Rural, India * [[Ajjanahalli, Bangalore South]], a village in Bangalore Urban, India {{disambiguation|geo}} [...]

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Gerald Wontner


Lugnuts: create article {{short description|English cricketer}} {{Use dmy dates|date=October 2020}} {{Use New Zealand English|date=October 2020}} {{Infobox cricketer | name = Gerald Wontner | image = | fullname = | birth_date = {{birth date|1848|12|17|df=yes}} | birth_place = [[Shoreditch]], England | death_date = {{death date and age|1885|10|6|1848|12|17|df=yes}} | death_place = Upton Manor, England | batting = | bowling = | role = | club1 = | year1 = | clubnumber1 = | club2 = | year2 = | clubnumber2 = | date = 22 October 2020 | source = http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/content/player/38889.html Cricinfo }} '''Gerald Wontner''' (17 December 1848 &ndash; 6 October 1885) was an English [[cricket]]er. He played in one [[first-class cricket|first-class]] match in New Zealand for [[Canterb [...]

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Olympia (2018 film)


Gihan Jayaweera: {{short description|2017 American documentary film}} {{Infobox film | name = Olympia | native_name = | image = | alt = | caption = | director = Gregory Dixon | producer = McKenzie Chinn<br> Gregory Dixon<br> Lucy Lola Manda<br> Elliott Lonsdale | writer = McKenzie Chinn | based_on = | starring = McKenzie Chinn<br> Charles Andrew Gardner<br> Ericka Ratcliff<br> LaNisa Renee Frederick <br> Penelope Walker | music = Josh Coffey<br>Otto Sharp | cinematography = Christopher Vinopal | editing = Bernard Lewandowski<br>Sally O'Brien | studio = 30 Pictures<br> The Line Film Company | distributor = Cow Lamp Films<ref>{{cite web | url=https://www.cowlampfilms.com/olympia| title=Olympia | publisher=cowlampfilms | accessdate=22 October 2020}}</ref> | released = 22 September 2018 (USA) | runtime = 93 minutes | countr [...]

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Walter Wilson (cricketer)


Lugnuts: create article {{short description|New Zealand cricketer}} {{Use dmy dates|date=October 2020}} {{Use New Zealand English|date=October 2020}} {{Infobox cricketer | name = Walter Wilson | image = | fullname = | birth_date = {{birth date|1843|4|5|df=yes}} | birth_place = [[Moradabad]], India | death_date = {{death date and age|1865|6|9|1843|4|5|df=yes}} | death_place = [[Rakaia River]], New Zealand | batting = | bowling = | role = | club1 = | year1 = | clubnumber1 = | club2 = | year2 = | clubnumber2 = | date = 22 October 2020 | source = http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/content/player/38882.html Cricinfo }} '''Walter Wilson''' (5 April 1843 &ndash; 9 June 1865) was a New Zealand [[cricket]]er. He played in two [[first-class cricket|first-class]] matches for [[Canterbury cricket te [...]

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Simon Wilson (cricketer)


Lugnuts: create article {{short description|New Zealand cricketer}} {{Use dmy dates|date=October 2020}} {{Use New Zealand English|date=October 2020}} {{Infobox cricketer | name = Simon Wilson | image = | fullname = | birth_date = {{birth date and age|1970|9|3|df=yes}} | birth_place = [[Blenheim, New Zealand|Blenheim]], New Zealand | death_date = | death_place = | batting = | bowling = | role = | club1 = | year1 = | clubnumber1 = | club2 = | year2 = | clubnumber2 = | date = 22 October 2020 | source = http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/content/player/38773.html Cricinfo }} '''Simon Wilson''' (born 3 September 1970) is a New Zealand [[cricket]]er. He played in 33 [[first-class cricket|first-class]] and 29 [[List A cricket|List A]] matches for [[Canterbury cricket team|Canterbury]] and [[Centr [...]

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Ollie Lawrence


NikeCage68: ←Created page with '{{EngvarB|date=October 2020}} {{Use dmy dates|date=October 2020}} {{Infobox rugby biography | name = Ollie Lawrence | image = | caption = | birth_name = Oliver...' {{EngvarB|date=October 2020}} {{Use dmy dates|date=October 2020}} {{Infobox rugby biography | name = Ollie Lawrence | image = | caption = | birth_name = Oliver Francis Lawrence | nickname = | birth_date = {{birth date and age|1999|09|18|df=yes}} | birth_place = [[Birmingham]], [[England]] | height = {{convert|1.81|m|ftin|0|abbr=on}} | weight = {{convert|91|kg|stlb|abbr=on}} | ru_position = [[Centre (rugby union)|Inside Centre]] | ru_amateuryears = | ru_amateurclubs = | ru_amupdate = | ru_nationalteam = [[England national under-18 rugby union team|England U18s]]<br>[[England national under-20 rugby union team|England U20s]] | ru_nationalyears = 2016–2017<br>2017–2019 | ru_nationalcaps = 0 <br> 4 | ru_nationalpoints = (0) <br> (0) | ru_ntupdate = 22 October 2020 | ru_clubyears = [...]

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Ian Wilson (New Zealand cricketer)


Lugnuts: create article {{short description|New Zealand cricketer}} {{Use dmy dates|date=October 2020}} {{Use New Zealand English|date=October 2020}} {{Infobox cricketer | name = Ian Wilson | image = | fullname = | birth_date = {{birth date and age|1952|8|8|df=yes}} | birth_place = [[Christchurch]], New Zealand | death_date = | death_place = | batting = | bowling = | role = | club1 = | year1 = | clubnumber1 = | club2 = | year2 = | clubnumber2 = | date = 22 October 2020 | source = http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/content/player/38873.html Cricinfo }} '''Ian Wilson''' (born 8 August 1952) is a New Zealand [[cricket]]er. He played in eight [[first-class cricket|first-class]] matches for [[Canterbury cricket team|Canterbury]] from 1977 to 1980.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.espncricin [...]

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Alexander Wilson (cricketer)


Lugnuts: create article {{short description|New Zealand cricketer}} {{Use dmy dates|date=October 2020}} {{Use New Zealand English|date=October 2020}} {{Infobox cricketer | name = Alexander Wilson | image = | fullname = | birth_date = {{birth date|1840|3|5|df=yes}} | birth_place = [[Kanpur|Cawnpore]], India | death_date = {{death date and age|1911|1|5|1840|3|5|df=yes}} | death_place = Christchurch, New Zealand | batting = | bowling = | role = | club1 = | year1 = | clubnumber1 = | club2 = | year2 = | clubnumber2 = | date = 22 October 2020 | source = http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/content/player/38864.html Cricinfo }} '''Alexander Wilson''' (5 March 1840 &ndash; 5 January 1911) was a New Zealand [[cricket]]er. He played in one [[first-class cricket|first-class]] match for [[Canterbury c [...]

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Passage of Curupayty (1867)


Amkgp: {{short description|Part of the Paraguayan War}} {{Infobox military conflict | image = Passagem_de_Curupaity.jpg | image_size = 250px | caption = Passage of Curupaiti by Júlio Raison. | partof = the [[Paraguayan War]] | conflict = 1st Passage of Curupayty | date = Augusty 17, 1867 | place = [[Paraguay River]], [[Curupaiti Fort]], Paraguay | result = Brazilian Navy/Allied victory | combatant1 = {{plainlist | {{flag|Empire of Brazil}} }} * [[Imperial Brazilian Army|Imperial Army]] * [[Imperial Brazilian Navy|Imperial Navy]] {{flag|Argentina}} {{Flag|Uruguay}} | combatant2 = {{plainlist | * {{flag|Paraguay|1842}} }} [[Paraguayan Army]] | commander1 = {{flagicon|Empire of Brazil}} Admiral [[Joaquim José Inácio, Viscount of Inhaúma|Joaquim José Inácio]] | commander2 = {{flagicon|Paraguay|1842}} [[Francisco Solano López]] | strength1 = 18 Warships<br>3 [[Flat-bottomed boat]] | strength2 = Curupaiti Fort with 35 cannons | casualties1 = 1 damaged warship<br>25 casualties | casualti [...]

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Pio Tabaiwalu


GiantSnowman: date formats per MOS:DATEFORMAT by script {{Use dmy dates|date=October 2020}} '''Pio Tabaiwalu''' (died 21 October 2020) was a Fijian diplomat and politician.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.rnz.co.nz/international/pacific-news/428897/sodelpa-stalwart-dies-in-fiji|title=Sodelpa stalwart dies in Fiji|date=21 October 2020|website=RNZ}}</ref> ==References== {{reflist}} {{DEFAULTSORT:Tabaiwalu, Pio}} [[Category:Date of birth missing]] [[Category:2020 deaths]] [[Category:Fijian politicians]] {{Fiji-bio-stub}} {{politics-stub}} [...]

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Deputy Chair of the Mazhilis


ShadZ01: /* 4th Convocation (2007–2012) */ {{Infobox official post |post = Deputy Chair of the Mazhilis |body = |insignia = |insigniasize = 100px |insigniacaption = |native_name = |image = |incumbent = [[Vladimir Bozhko]]<br>{{small|[[Nur Otan]]}}<br>[[Gülmira Esimbaeva]]<br>{{small|[[Nur Otan]]}} |incumbentsince = 25 March 2016 |style = |residence = |nominator = [[Chair of the Mazhilis]] |appointer = [[Mazhilis]] |termlength = None |formation = 30 January 1996 |succession = |inaugural = [[Vasili Osipov]] |website = }} The '''Deputy Chair of the Mazhilis''' is a post in the [[Mazhilis]] that is selected by the MP's and are proposed by the [[Chair of the Mazhilis]]. The office was established on 30 January 1996 and since 2007, the position of deputy chairs have been occupied by two people at the same time.<ref>{{Cite web|title=Mazhilis of the Parliament of the Repu [...]

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Full Count Baseball


BOZ: ←Created page with ''''''Full Count Baseball''''' is a 1984 video game published by Lance Haffner Games. ==Gameplay== ''Full Count Baseball'' is a game in which statistically-b...' '''''Full Count Baseball''''' is a 1984 video game published by [[Lance Haffner Games]]. ==Gameplay== ''Full Count Baseball'' is a game in which statistically-based baseball games may be played as a simulations or by creation of teams for hypothetical league play.<ref name="CGW37"/> ==Reception== Lew Fisher and Eric Faust reviewed the game for ''[[Computer Gaming World]]'', and stated that "FC is first rate, by far the best game in Haffner's line of sports games."<ref name="CGW37">{{cite journal |last1=Fisher |first1=Lew |last2=Faust |first2=Eric |title=Full Count Baseball |journal=Computer Gaming World |date=May 1987 |volume=1 |issue=37 |pages=26}}</ref> ==References== {{reflist}} [[Category:1984 video games]] [...]

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2013 Balkan Athletics Championships


Sillyfolkboy: add team comps {{Infobox Athletics Championships |Name=2013 Balkan Athletics Championships |Host city=[[Stara Zagora]], [[Bulgaria]] |Dates=27–28 July |Stadium=[[Beroe Stadium]] |Stadium image=[[File:Stadion Beroe in Stara Zagora.jpg|220px]] |Level=Senior|Type=Outdoor |Events= 40 |Records set= |Nations = |Participants = |Previous=[[2012 Balkan Athletics Championships|2012]] |Next=[[2014 Balkan Athletics Championships|2014]] |Games=[[Balkan Athletics Championships]] }} The '''2013 [[Balkan Athletics Championships]]''' was the 66th edition of the annual [[track and field]] competition for athletes from the [[Balkans]], organised by [[Balkan Athletics]]. It was held at [[Beroe Stadium]] in [[Stara Zagora]], [[Bulgaria]] on 27 and 28 July. Romania topped the medal table with eleven gold medals among a total haul of 26. The host nation Bulgaria had the second highest number of gold medals, with nine in a total of 21, while Turkey had the second highest medal total with 23. Turkey won the men's [...]

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Kenneth Williams (cricketer)


Lugnuts: create article {{short description|New Zealand cricketer}} {{Use dmy dates|date=October 2020}} {{Use New Zealand English|date=October 2020}} {{Infobox cricketer | name = Kenneth Williams | image = | fullname = | birth_date = {{birth date|1882|1|4|df=yes}} | birth_place = [[Christchurch]], New Zealand | death_date = {{death date and age|1920|3|25|1882|1|4|df=yes}} | death_place = Christchurch, New Zealand | batting = | bowling = | role = | club1 = | year1 = | clubnumber1 = | club2 = | year2 = | clubnumber2 = | date = 22 October 2020 | source = http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/content/player/38858.html Cricinfo }} '''Kenneth Williams''' (4 January 1882 &ndash; 25 March 1920) was a New Zealand [[cricket]]er. He played in three [[first-class cricket|first-class]] matches for [[Can [...]

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Nick Van Sicklen


Das osmnezz: ←Created page with '{{Infobox football biography |name= Nick Van Sicklen |birth_date= 1 February 1983 |birth_place= United States |position= Midfielder, Forward (associat...' {{Infobox football biography |name= Nick Van Sicklen |birth_date= 1 February 1983 |birth_place= [[United States]] |position= [[Midfielder]], [[Forward (association football)|Winger]], [[Forward (association football)|Forward]] |years1= 2005 |clubs1= [[D.C. United]] |caps1= 2 |goals1= 0 |years2= 2006/2007 |clubs2= [[Canterbury United FC]] }} '''Nick Van Sicklen''' (born 1 February 1983 in the [[United States]]) is an [[United States|American]] retired soccer player. ==Career== After an unsuccessful trial with Nurnberg in the German top flight, which an agent invited him to, Van Sicklen was drafted by MLS side D.C. United in 2005.<ref>[https://badgerherald.com/sports/2005/01/20/uws-van-sicklen-read/ UW’s Van Sicklen ready for next step] badgerherald.com</ref> Despite this, Van Sicklen said initially that [...]

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The Tale of Four


Gihan Jayaweera: {{short description|2017 American short film}} {{Infobox film | name = The Tale of Four | native_name = | image = | alt = | caption = | director = [[Gabourey Sidibe]] | producer = Lisa Cortes<br>Shannon Gibson | writer = Ayanna McMichael<br> Kia Perry | based_on = A song by [[Nina Simone]] | starring = Ledisi Young<br> Meagan Kimberly Smith<br> Dana Gourrier<br> Aisha Hinds | music = Mark Batson | cinematography = Daniel Patterson | editing = Dean Gonzalez | studio = | distributor = | released = September 2016 (USA) | runtime = 90 minutes | country = USA | language = [[English language|English]] | gross = | budget = }} '''''The Tale of Four''''', is a 2017 [[Cinema of United States|United States]] [[short film]] directed by [[Gabourey Sidibe]] as her directorial debut<ref>{{cite web | url=https://thesource.c [...]

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The Lonely Battle of Thomas Reid


Sheila1988: Category:People from Leixlip {{short description|Irish documentary film}} {{Use dmy dates|date=October 2020}} {{Infobox film | name = The Lonely Battle of Thomas Reid | image =Lonely Battle of Thomas Reid poster.jpg | alt = | caption = Theatrical release poster | director = Feargal Ward | producer = Luke McManus | screenplay = Feargal Ward<br> Tadhg O'Sullivan | story = | starring = | music = | cinematography = Feargal Ward | editing = Tadhg O'Sullivan | production_companies = FSE Films | distributor =FSE Films<br>Torch Films | released = {{Film date|df=yes|2017|11|18|[[International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam|IDFA Amsterdam]]}}{{Film date|df=yes| 2018|10|19|Ireland}} | runtime = 76–86 minutes (depending on cut) | country = Republic of Ireland | language = English | gross = }} '''''The Lonely Battle of Thomas Reid''''' is a 2018 Irish [[documentary [...]

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William Wigley (cricketer)


Lugnuts: create article {{short description|New Zealand cricketer}} {{Use dmy dates|date=October 2020}} {{Use New Zealand English|date=October 2020}} {{Infobox cricketer | name = William Wigley | image = | fullname = | birth_date = {{birth date|1870|11|28|df=yes}} | birth_place = [[Christchurch]], New Zealand | death_date = {{death date and age|1937|12|4|1870|11|28|df=yes}} | death_place = Christchurch, New Zealand | batting = | bowling = | role = | club1 = | year1 = | clubnumber1 = | club2 = | year2 = | clubnumber2 = | date = 22 October 2020 | source = http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/content/player/38840.html Cricinfo }} '''William Wigley''' (28 November 1870 &ndash; 4 December 1937) was a New Zealand [[cricket]]er. He played in twenty-two [[first-class cricket|first-class]] matches [...]

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Onslow Whitford


Lugnuts: create article {{short description|New Zealand cricketer}} {{Use dmy dates|date=October 2020}} {{Use New Zealand English|date=October 2020}} {{Infobox cricketer | name = Onslow Whitford | image = | fullname = | birth_date = {{birth date|1923|8|26|df=yes}} | birth_place = [[Christchurch]], New Zealand | death_date = {{death date and age|1986|3|11|1923|8|26|df=yes}} | death_place = Christchurch, New Zealand | batting = | bowling = | role = | club1 = | year1 = | clubnumber1 = | club2 = | year2 = | clubnumber2 = | date = 22 October 2020 | source = http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/content/player/38836.html Cricinfo }} '''Onslow Whitford''' (26 August 1923 &ndash; 11 March 1986) was a New Zealand [[cricket]]er. He played in one [[first-class cricket|first-class]] match for [[Canterb [...]

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Zaia III Government


Checco: new article: Luca Zaia's third government The '''Zaia III Government''' has been the [[governments of Veneto|government]] of [[politics of Veneto|Veneto]] since 16 October 2020. <onlyinclude> {| class="wikitable" |+Zaia II Government |- !Office !Name !colspan=2|Party |- |President |[[Luca Zaia]] | bgcolor="{{Lega Nord/meta/color}}" | |[[Liga Veneta]] |- |Vice President |[[Elisa De Berti]] | bgcolor="{{Lega Nord/meta/color}}" | |[[Liga Veneta]] |- |Minister of Legal Affairs, Public Works, Infrastructures and Transports |[[Elisa De Berti]] | bgcolor="{{Lega Nord/meta/color}}" | |[[Liga Veneta]] |- |Minister of Planning, Budget, Patrimony and Local Government |[[Francesco Calzavara]] | bgcolor="{{Lega Nord/meta/color}}" | |[[Liga Veneta]] |- |Minister of Health, Social Affairs and Social Programs |[[Manuela Lanzarin]] | bgcolor="{{Lega Nord/meta/color}}"<br> | |[[Liga Veneta]] |- |Minister of Economic Development, Energy and Special [...]

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The Stalingrad Campaign


BOZ: ←Created page with ''''''The Stalingrad Campaign''''' is a 1986 video game published by Simulations Canada. ==Gameplay== ''The Stalingrad Campaign'' is a game in which the Russ...' '''''The Stalingrad Campaign''''' is a 1986 video game published by [[Simulations Canada]]. ==Gameplay== ''The Stalingrad Campaign'' is a game in which the Russian Southern Front between June 1942 and February 1943 is featured in a text-only simulation.<ref name="CGW37"/> ==Reception== M. Evan Brooks reviewed the game for ''[[Computer Gaming World]]'', and stated that "Simulations Canada's hybrid of board and computer wargames is an interesting concept. While not part of the mainstream in either sphere, the company has staked out a small niche of dedicated gamers. The basic problem with board and counter assists to the computer is a space consideration. Most computer owners do not have the space next to their computer for easy accessibility."<ref name="CGW37">{{cite journal |last [...]

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Reginald Westwood


Lugnuts: create article {{short description|New Zealand cricketer}} {{Use dmy dates|date=October 2020}} {{Use New Zealand English|date=October 2020}} {{Infobox cricketer | name = Reginald Westwood | image = | fullname = | birth_date = {{birth date|1907|10|19|df=yes}} | birth_place = [[Foxton, New Zealand|Foxton]], New Zealand | death_date = {{death date and age|1980|5|4|1907|10|19|df=yes}} | death_place = [[Palmerston North]], New Zealand | batting = | bowling = | role = | club1 = | year1 = | clubnumber1 = | club2 = | year2 = | clubnumber2 = | date = 22 October 2020 | source = http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/content/player/38822.html Cricinfo }} '''Reginald Westwood''' (19 October 1907 &ndash; 4 May 1980) was a New Zealand [[cricket]]er. He played in three [[first-class cricket|first- [...]

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Brenda Elung


Kambai Akau: Added to categories {{Short description|Cameroonian film producer, actress}} {{Infobox person | name = Brenda Elung | image = | image_size = | caption = | birth_name = Brenda Shey | birth_date = | birth_place = [[Cameroon]] | nationality = [[Demographics of Cameroon|Cameroonian]] | occupation = Actress, Film producer | years_active = | alma_mater = | children = | spouse = Elung |known_for = ''Samba'' (TV series 2017 -) | website = }} '''Brenda Shey Elung''' is a Cameroonian actress and [[film producer]].<ref name=AMVC>{{Cite web |url=https://www.betatinz.com/2018/09/cameroonian-actresses-brenda-elung-okawa-shaznay.html?m=1 |title=Cameroonian actresses; Brenda Elung & Okawa Shaznay, stun on the red carpet of the #AMVCA2018 |publisher=Betatinz |access-date=October 21, 2020}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web |url=http://www.dc-comm.com/cameroonian-movie-industry-brenda-shey-the-mother-hen/ |title=INDUSTRY; BRENDA SHEY, THE [...]

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George Weston (disambiguation)


Lugnuts: ←Created page with ''''George Weston''' can refer to: * George Weston (1864-1924), Canadian businessman * George Weston (cricketer) (1876-1957), New Zealand cricketer * G...' '''George Weston''' can refer to: * [[George Weston]] (1864-1924), Canadian businessman * [[George Weston (cricketer)]] (1876-1957), New Zealand cricketer * [[George Weston (physicist)]] (1925-2009), English physicist and author * [[George G. Weston]] (born 1964), British businessman * [[George W. Weston]] (1931-2006), American singer {{hndis|Weston, George}} [...]

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George Weston (cricketer)


Lugnuts: create article {{short description|New Zealand cricketer}} {{Use dmy dates|date=October 2020}} {{Use New Zealand English|date=October 2020}} {{Infobox cricketer | name = George Weston | image = | fullname = | birth_date = {{birth date|1876|8|21|df=yes}} | birth_place = [[Hokitika]], New Zealand | death_date = {{death date and age|1957|9|19|1876|8|21|df=yes}} | death_place = Christchurch, New Zealand | batting = | bowling = | role = | club1 = | year1 = | clubnumber1 = | club2 = | year2 = | clubnumber2 = | date = 22 October 2020 | source = http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/content/player/38821.html Cricinfo }} '''George Weston''' (21 August 1876 &ndash; 19 September 1957) was a New Zealand [[cricket]]er. He played in four [[first-class cricket|first-class]] matches for [[Canterbu [...]

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Felix Berber


Amkgp: added ref {{short description|German classical violinist}} [[File:FelixBerber.jpg|thumb|<center>Felix Berber (ca. 1903)</center>]] '''Karl Heinrich Felix Berber''' (11 March 1871 – 2 November 1930) was a German violinist.<ref>{{cite web |last1=Wiermann |first1=Dr Barbara |title=musiconn.performance - Berber, Felix |url=http://performance.slub-dresden.de/person?tx_mpeext_personplugin%5Baction%5D=show&tx_mpeext_personplugin%5Bcontroller%5D=Person&tx_mpeext_personplugin%5Buid%5D=3291&cHash=00f355d6c7122b58b85a494fcc9e9b89 |website=musiconn.performance — Das Eingabe- und Recherchetool für die Musikwissenschaft |language=de}}</ref> == Life== Born in [[Jena]], Berber was the youngest child of music and art-loving parents. He spent the first part of his childhood in [[Weimar]], where the family moved soon after his birth. In [[Dresden]], where his parents had moved again, he received [[violin]] lessons from the age of 7. Already at the age of nine, he made his firs [...]

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Mohammad Ali Modarres Khiabani


Championmin: Create Page {{short description|An Iranian author, [[mojtahed]] and scholar}} {{Infobox person | name = Mohammad Ali Modarres Khiabani | image = | image_size = | caption = | native_name = محمدعلی مدرس خیابانی | native_name_lang = fa | birth_name = Mohammad Ali Ibn Mohammad Taher Ibn Nader Ibn Mohammad Taher Tabrizi, | birth_date = 1878, | birth_place = [[Tabriz]], [[East Azerbaijan Province]], [[Iran]] | death_date = April 5, 1954 at the age of 76, | death_place = [[Tabriz]], [[East Azerbaijan Province]], [[Iran]] | death_cause = | burial_place = [[Qom]], [[Sheikhan cemetery]] | burial_coordinates = {{coord|34|38|33.5|N|50|52|53.7|E|region:IR|display=title}} | resting_place = | resting_place_coordinates = | residence = | nationality = [[Iranian]] | other_names = | known_for = Modarres Khiabani Tabrizi | education = | employer = | occupation = {{unbulleted list|[[Author]]|[[Scholar]]|[[Biographer]]|}} | title = | salary = | networth = | term = | predece [...]

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Jean Kellogg


Lopifalko: MOS:ENDASH + italics {{Short description|American author and academic}} Dr. '''Jean Kellogg''' ({{nee|Jean Mathieson DeFrees}}; December 28, 1916 [[Chicago]], IL – March 12, 1978) was an American author and academic of various genres. ==Biography== Kellogg married manufacturer James Hull Kellogg (1912–1967) in 1939, after receiving her B.A. with highest honors from Smith College, with a thesis on writer [[Henry Blake Fuller]].<ref>Kellogg, Jean. 1939. ''Henry Blake Fuller''.</ref> She spent the next several years completing her Masters and Doctoral Studies at the [[University of Chicago]].<ref name=":0">''Something about the author: facts and pictures about authors and illustrators of books for young people''. Volume 10 1971. Detroit (Mich.): Gale Research.</ref> She became an editor at the [[Regnery Publishing|Henry Regnery Co]]. in Chicago from (1950–1964), and then, after 1969, a professor of [[English literature|English and Literature]] at [[Mundelein C [...]

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Leslie Watson


Lugnuts: create article {{short description|New Zealand cricketer}} {{Use dmy dates|date=October 2020}} {{Use New Zealand English|date=October 2020}} {{Infobox cricketer | name = Leslie Watson | image = | fullname = | birth_date = {{birth date and age|1956|8|17|df=yes}} | birth_place = [[Christchurch]], New Zealand | death_date = | death_place = | batting = | bowling = | role = | club1 = | year1 = | clubnumber1 = | club2 = | year2 = | clubnumber2 = | date = 22 October 2020 | source = http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/content/player/38810.html Cricinfo }} '''Leslie Watson''' (born 17 August 1956) is a New Zealand [[cricket]]er. He played in one [[first-class cricket|first-class]] and three [[List A cricket|List A]] matches for [[Canterbury cricket team|Canterbury]] in 1978/79.<ref>{{ [...]

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Arthur Washer


Lugnuts: create article {{short description|New Zealand cricketer}} {{Use dmy dates|date=October 2020}} {{Use New Zealand English|date=October 2020}} {{Infobox cricketer | name = Arthur Washer | image = | fullname = | birth_date = 1855 | birth_place = [[Brighton]], England | death_date = 10 November {{death year and age|1910|1855}} | death_place = Christchurch, New Zealand | batting = | bowling = | role = | club1 = | year1 = | clubnumber1 = | club2 = | year2 = | clubnumber2 = | date = 22 October 2020 | source = http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/content/player/38801.html Cricinfo }} '''Arthur Washer''' (1855 &ndash; 10 November 1910) was a New Zealand [[cricket]]er. He played in one [[first-class cricket|first-class]] match for [[Canterbury cricket team|Canterbury]] in 1884/85.<ref> [...]

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JYoungMDK


Praxidicae: AFC draft (via script) {{AFC submission|t||ts=20201022172019|u=AlishaTurner|ns=118|demo=}} {{Infobox musical artist | name =JYoungMDK | alias = | image = | background = solo_singer | birth_name = Jermaine Carter | birth_date = {{Birth date and age|mf=yes|1990|11|30}} | birth_place = [[Fresno, California]], U.S. | origin = [[Atlanta, Georgia]], U.S. | genre = [[Hip hop music|Hip hop]] | occupation = {{hlist|Rapper|songwriter|}} | years_active = 2019–present | label =Before I Go Hollywood | associated_acts = {{flatlist| *[[Jamie Foxx]] *[[Outlawz]] *[[Sammie]] *[[Young Thug]] }} | website = {{url|www.JYoungMDK.com}} }} '''Jermaine Carter''' (born November 30, 1990), better known by his stage name '''JYoungMDK''', is an American rapper originally from [[Fresno, California]], and later raised in [[Atlanta]], [[Georgia (U.S. state)|Georgia]]. His debut album ''Now or Never'', was released [...]

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Ram Setu controversy


Eagleash: typo {{AFC submission|d|cv|3=https://archaeotravel.eu/?paged=2|u=Bhumi2tandon|ns=118|decliner=Eagleash|declinets=20201022173540|ts=20201022171651}} <!-- Do not remove this line! --> {{AFC comment|1=Already deleted twice at [[:Draft:Ram Setu Controversy]] and now recreated under a slightly different title. Appears to be the same level of CV as the at least the second previous instance. [[User:Eagleash|Eagleash]] ([[User talk:Eagleash|talk]]) 17:35, 22 October 2020 (UTC)}} ---- {{db-g12|url=https://archaeotravel.eu/?paged=2|oldid=984879579}} Ram Setu Controversy Ram Setu or Rama's Bridge is a causeway that is created across the sea connecting Pamban Island in Tamil Nadu to Mannar Island in Sri Lanka. There have been several controversies surrounding the Ram Setu bridge. The most prominent one amongst them being the debate over the origins of the bridge. It is a hotly debated subject amongst archaeologists whether the bridge is man made or a natural formation. While another controv [...]

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James Ward (cricketer)


Lugnuts: create article {{short description|New Zealand cricketer}} {{Use dmy dates|date=October 2020}} {{Use New Zealand English|date=October 2020}} {{Infobox cricketer | name = James Ward | image = | fullname = | birth_date = {{birth date and age|1974|6|7|df=yes}} | birth_place = [[Christchurch]], New Zealand | death_date = | death_place = | batting = | bowling = | role = | club1 = | year1 = | clubnumber1 = | club2 = | year2 = | clubnumber2 = | date = 22 October 2020 | source = http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/content/player/38913.html Cricinfo }} '''James Ward''' (born 7 June 1974) is a New Zealand [[cricket]]er. He played in two [[first-class cricket|first-class]] matches for [[Canterbury cricket team|Canterbury]] from 2000 to 2005.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.espncricinfo.c [...]

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Ben & Ara


Gihan Jayaweera: /* External links */ {{short description|2014 Jamaican documentary film}} {{Infobox film | name = Ben & Ara | native_name = | image = | alt = | caption = | director = [[Nnegest Likké]] | producer = | writer = Joseph Baird | starring = Joseph Baird<br> Constance Ejuma <br>Akuyoe Graham<br> Q'orianka Kilcher<br> Michael Chieffo <br> William Mark McCullough | music = Ram Khatabakhsh | cinematography = David M. Rakoczy | editing = Jason Stoy | studio = Nursing Tybalt Productions<br> Wonder Worthy Productions<br> N-Vision Pictures | distributor = | released = September 2015 (USA) | runtime = 87 minutes | country = [[USA]] <br> [[Cameroon]] | language = [[English language|English]] | gross = | budget = }} '''''Ben & Ara''''', is a 2015 [[Cinema of United States|United States]]–[[Cinema of Cameroon| [...]

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Sorry Not Sorry (memoir)


Thefakemelissa: ←Created page with ''''''Sorry Not Sorry: Dreams, Mistakes, and Growing Up''''' is a 2016 memoir by actress and singer Naya Rivera. The memoir deals with her early successful c...' '''''Sorry Not Sorry: Dreams, Mistakes, and Growing Up''''' is a 2016 memoir by actress and singer [[Naya Rivera]]. The memoir deals with her early successful career as a child actress, her teenage slump, her time on the successful TV show Glee and her romantic relationships with [[Tahj Mowry]], [[Big Sean]] and her eventual marriage to [[Ryan Dorsey]]. ==Summary== Naya Rivera is her parents oldest child whose birth derails the nascent acting and modelling career of her half Puerto-Rican, half African-American mother. Rivera's mother soon puts her energy into Rivera career and she has a successful career as a child model. At the age of four she lands a role on the ''[[The Royal Family (TV series)|The Royal Family]]'' and becomes close to star [[Redd Foxx]]. She is onset when he dies and is deeply emotionally a [...]

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Hanafi Ghazali


Das osmnezz: ←Created page with '{{Infobox football biography |name= Hanafi Ghazali |birth_date= 4 April 1993 |birth_place= Singapore |position= Defender...' {{Infobox football biography |name= Hanafi Ghazali |birth_date= 4 April 1993 |birth_place= [[Singapore]] |position= [[Defender (association football)|Defender]], [[Midfielder]], [[Forward (association football)|Winger]], [[Forward (association football)|Attacker]] |years1= |clubs1= [[Perth Glory FC]] |caps1= 0 |goals1= 0 |years2= 2012 |clubs2= [[Lion City Sailors FC]] |caps2= 0 |goals2= 0 |years3= 2013 |clubs3= [[Young Lions FC]] |caps3= 3 |goals3= 0 |years4= 2014 |clubs4= [[Perth Glory FC]] |caps4= 0 |goals4= 0 |years5= 2015-2017 |clubs5= [[Balcatta FC]] |caps5= 45 |goals5= 2 |years6= 2018 |clubs6= [[Inglewood United FC]] |caps6= 34 |goals6= 0 }} '''Hanafi Ghazali''' (born 4 April 1993 in [[Singapore]]) is a [[Singapore|Singaporean]] retired footballer. ==Career== In 2007, Ghazali moved with his family to Australia, where he played youth footb [...]

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