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List of Pokémon movies and special episodes: closing discussion, result was delete

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 +<includeonly>[[File:White x in red rounded square.svg|16px|link=|alt=Delete]] '''Closed discussion''', see [[Wikipedia:Redirects for discussion/Log/2019 December 2#1576252947|full discussion]]. Result was: </includeonly><noinclude><span id="1576252947"></span>
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 +:The result of the discussion was </noinclude>'''delete'''<includeonly></div></includeonly><noinclude><!-- Template:Rfd top-->. I'm [[WP:INVOLVED]] but on the other side, so I hope no one will mind. I don't want to hold up what otherwise looks like an uncontroversial decision. --[[User:BDD|BDD]] ([[User talk:BDD|talk]]) 16:02, 13 December 2019 (UTC)
 *<span id="List of Pokémon movies and special episodes">{{no redirect|1 = List of Pokémon movies and special episodes }}</span> → [[:List of Pokémon films]] <span>&nbsp;<span class="plainlinks lx">([[Talk:List of Pokémon movies and special episodes|talk]] '''·''' [[Special:WhatLinksHere/List of Pokémon movies and special episodes|links]] '''·''' [//en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=List_of_Pok%C3%A9mon_movies_and_special_episodes&action=history history] '''·''' [https://tools.wmflabs.org/pageviews?start=2019-11-02&end=2019-12-01&project=en.wikipedia.org&pages=List_of_Pok%C3%A9mon_movies_and_special_episodes stats])</span></span>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<small class="plainlinks"><nowiki>[</nowiki>&nbsp;Closure:&nbsp;''{{#ifeq:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|Wikipedia:Redirects for discussion|(@subpage)|[{{fullurl:List of Pokémon movies and special episodes|action=edit&summary={{Urlencode:[[{{FULLPAGENAME}}#List of Pokémon movies and special episodes]] closed as keep}}}} keep]/[{{fullurl:List of Pokémon movies and special episodes|action=edit&summary={{Urlencode:[[{{FULLPAGENAME}}#List of Pokémon movies and special episodes]] closed as retarget}}}} retarget]<span class="sysop-show">/[{{fullurl:List of Pokémon movies and special episodes|action=delete&wpReason={{Urlencode:[[{{FULLPAGENAME}}#List of Pokémon movies and special episodes]] closed as delete}}&wpMovetalk=1}} delete]</span>}}''&nbsp;]</small>&nbsp; *<span id="List of Pokémon movies and special episodes">{{no redirect|1 = List of Pokémon movies and special episodes }}</span> → [[:List of Pokémon films]] <span>&nbsp;<span class="plainlinks lx">([[Talk:List of Pokémon movies and special episodes|talk]] '''·''' [[Special:WhatLinksHere/List of Pokémon movies and special episodes|links]] '''·''' [//en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=List_of_Pok%C3%A9mon_movies_and_special_episodes&action=history history] '''·''' [https://tools.wmflabs.org/pageviews?start=2019-11-02&end=2019-12-01&project=en.wikipedia.org&pages=List_of_Pok%C3%A9mon_movies_and_special_episodes stats])</span></span>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<small class="plainlinks"><nowiki>[</nowiki>&nbsp;Closure:&nbsp;''{{#ifeq:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|Wikipedia:Redirects for discussion|(@subpage)|[{{fullurl:List of Pokémon movies and special episodes|action=edit&summary={{Urlencode:[[{{FULLPAGENAME}}#List of Pokémon movies and special episodes]] closed as keep}}}} keep]/[{{fullurl:List of Pokémon movies and special episodes|action=edit&summary={{Urlencode:[[{{FULLPAGENAME}}#List of Pokémon movies and special episodes]] closed as retarget}}}} retarget]<span class="sysop-show">/[{{fullurl:List of Pokémon movies and special episodes|action=delete&wpReason={{Urlencode:[[{{FULLPAGENAME}}#List of Pokémon movies and special episodes]] closed as delete}}&wpMovetalk=1}} delete]</span>}}''&nbsp;]</small>&nbsp;
 *<span id="List of Pokemon movies and special episodes">{{no redirect|1 = List of Pokemon movies and special episodes }}</span> → [[:List of Pokémon films]] <span>&nbsp;<span class="plainlinks lx">([[Talk:List of Pokemon movies and special episodes|talk]] '''·''' [[Special:WhatLinksHere/List of Pokemon movies and special episodes|links]] '''·''' [//en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=List_of_Pokemon_movies_and_special_episodes&action=history history] '''·''' [https://tools.wmflabs.org/pageviews?start=2019-11-02&end=2019-12-01&project=en.wikipedia.org&pages=List_of_Pokemon_movies_and_special_episodes stats])</span></span>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<small class="plainlinks"><nowiki>[</nowiki>&nbsp;Closure:&nbsp;''{{#ifeq:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|Wikipedia:Redirects for discussion|(@subpage)|[{{fullurl:List of Pokemon movies and special episodes|action=edit&summary={{Urlencode:[[{{FULLPAGENAME}}#List of Pokemon movies and special episodes]] closed as keep}}}} keep]/[{{fullurl:List of Pokemon movies and special episodes|action=edit&summary={{Urlencode:[[{{FULLPAGENAME}}#List of Pokemon movies and special episodes]] closed as retarget}}}} retarget]<span class="sysop-show">/[{{fullurl:List of Pokemon movies and special episodes|action=delete&wpReason={{Urlencode:[[{{FULLPAGENAME}}#List of Pokemon movies and special episodes]] closed as delete}}&wpMovetalk=1}} delete]</span>}}''&nbsp;]</small>&nbsp; *<span id="List of Pokemon movies and special episodes">{{no redirect|1 = List of Pokemon movies and special episodes }}</span> → [[:List of Pokémon films]] <span>&nbsp;<span class="plainlinks lx">([[Talk:List of Pokemon movies and special episodes|talk]] '''·''' [[Special:WhatLinksHere/List of Pokemon movies and special episodes|links]] '''·''' [//en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=List_of_Pokemon_movies_and_special_episodes&action=history history] '''·''' [https://tools.wmflabs.org/pageviews?start=2019-11-02&end=2019-12-01&project=en.wikipedia.org&pages=List_of_Pokemon_movies_and_special_episodes stats])</span></span>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<small class="plainlinks"><nowiki>[</nowiki>&nbsp;Closure:&nbsp;''{{#ifeq:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|Wikipedia:Redirects for discussion|(@subpage)|[{{fullurl:List of Pokemon movies and special episodes|action=edit&summary={{Urlencode:[[{{FULLPAGENAME}}#List of Pokemon movies and special episodes]] closed as keep}}}} keep]/[{{fullurl:List of Pokemon movies and special episodes|action=edit&summary={{Urlencode:[[{{FULLPAGENAME}}#List of Pokemon movies and special episodes]] closed as retarget}}}} retarget]<span class="sysop-show">/[{{fullurl:List of Pokemon movies and special episodes|action=delete&wpReason={{Urlencode:[[{{FULLPAGENAME}}#List of Pokemon movies and special episodes]] closed as delete}}&wpMovetalk=1}} delete]</span>}}''&nbsp;]</small>&nbsp;
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 *::Hmm. Wonder if those two lists should be merged or linked with a {{t|further}} or something. The description at the head of [[List of Pokémon films#TV specials]] sounds a lot like original research. --[[User:BDD|BDD]] ([[User talk:BDD|talk]]) 17:13, 3 December 2019 (UTC) *::Hmm. Wonder if those two lists should be merged or linked with a {{t|further}} or something. The description at the head of [[List of Pokémon films#TV specials]] sounds a lot like original research. --[[User:BDD|BDD]] ([[User talk:BDD|talk]]) 17:13, 3 December 2019 (UTC)
 *'''Delete''' per nom and as an implausible search term or typo. An occasional user, following our naming conventions, ''may'' type in this redirect's name, but it would be very remote. There appears to be no need to "keep" this redirect for [[WP:ATT|attribution]] purposes as the page edit history would've been moved when this page was moved back in 2006. Administrator {{u|BDD}} and nom make the case for a potential merging of the two target list articles, which can be done by [[WP:CON|consensus]] or [[WP:BRD|boldly]] outside of this RfD. [[User:Dmehus|'''Doug Mehus''']]''<span style="font-size:small; vertical-align:top;"> [[User talk:Dmehus|T]]</span>''·''<span style="font-size:small; vertical-align:bottom;">[[Special:Contributions/Dmehus|C]]</span>'' 17:21, 3 December 2019 (UTC) *'''Delete''' per nom and as an implausible search term or typo. An occasional user, following our naming conventions, ''may'' type in this redirect's name, but it would be very remote. There appears to be no need to "keep" this redirect for [[WP:ATT|attribution]] purposes as the page edit history would've been moved when this page was moved back in 2006. Administrator {{u|BDD}} and nom make the case for a potential merging of the two target list articles, which can be done by [[WP:CON|consensus]] or [[WP:BRD|boldly]] outside of this RfD. [[User:Dmehus|'''Doug Mehus''']]''<span style="font-size:small; vertical-align:top;"> [[User talk:Dmehus|T]]</span>''·''<span style="font-size:small; vertical-align:bottom;">[[Special:Contributions/Dmehus|C]]</span>'' 17:21, 3 December 2019 (UTC)
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Ligas Departamentales del Perú

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Liga Departamental de Arequipa

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David Wood (Christian apologist)

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Jo Gideon

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 In the [[2017 United Kingdom general election|2017 general election]] she stood in [[Great Grimsby (UK Parliament constituency)|Great Grimsby]].<ref>{{cite web |title=Great Grimsby |url=https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/politics/constituencies/E14000716 |publisher=BBC |accessdate=13 December 2019}}</ref> She has been a councillor on [[Ashford Borough Council]].<ref>{{cite web |title=Cllr Jo Gideon |url=https://ashford.moderngov.co.uk/mgUserInfo.aspx?UID=809 |publisher=Ashford Borough Council |accessdate=13 December 2019}}</ref> In the [[2017 United Kingdom general election|2017 general election]] she stood in [[Great Grimsby (UK Parliament constituency)|Great Grimsby]].<ref>{{cite web |title=Great Grimsby |url=https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/politics/constituencies/E14000716 |publisher=BBC |accessdate=13 December 2019}}</ref> She has been a councillor on [[Ashford Borough Council]].<ref>{{cite web |title=Cllr Jo Gideon |url=https://ashford.moderngov.co.uk/mgUserInfo.aspx?UID=809 |publisher=Ashford Borough Council |accessdate=13 December 2019}}</ref>
  
She gained a degree from [[Birmingham University]].<ref>{{cite web |title=Jo Gideon |url=https://www.westmidlandsconservatives.com/people/jo-gideon |publisher=West Midlands Conservatives |accessdate=13 December 2019}}</ref> She ran a business importing and selling.<ref>{{cite web |title=Jo Gideon |url=https://whocanivotefor.co.uk/person/6089/jo-gideon |publisher=Who can I vote for |accessdate=13 December 2019}}</ref> She has also worked for [[Damien Green]] MP for [[Ashford (UK Parliament constituency)|Ashford]].<ref>{{cite web |title=Disclosable Pecuniary Interests Councillor Jo (Joanna) Gideon |url=https://ashford.moderngov.co.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=809&T=6 |publisher=Ashford Borough Council |accessdate=13 December 2019}}</ref>+She gained a degree from [[Birmingham University]].<ref>{{cite web |title=Jo Gideon |url=https://www.westmidlandsconservatives.com/people/jo-gideon |publisher=West Midlands Conservatives |accessdate=13 December 2019}}</ref> She ran a business importing and selling.<ref>{{cite web |title=Jo Gideon |url=https://whocanivotefor.co.uk/person/6089/jo-gideon |publisher=Who can I vote for |accessdate=13 December 2019}}</ref> She has also worked for [[Damian Green]] MP for [[Ashford (UK Parliament constituency)|Ashford]].<ref>{{cite web |title=Disclosable Pecuniary Interests Councillor Jo (Joanna) Gideon |url=https://ashford.moderngov.co.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=809&T=6 |publisher=Ashford Borough Council |accessdate=13 December 2019}}</ref>
  
 ==References== ==References==

Direct-to-consumer advertising

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 '''Direct-to-consumer advertising''' ('''DTCA''') refers to the [[pharmaceutical marketing|marketing and advertising]] of [[Medication|pharmaceutical products]] directly to consumers as patients, as opposed to specifically targeting [[health professional]]s. The term is synonymous primarily with the advertising of [[prescription medicine]]s via [[mass media]] platforms—most commonly on [[Television commercial|television]] and in [[magazine]]s, but also via [[online advertising|online]] platforms.<ref>{{Cite journal|last=Mogull|first=Scott A.|last2=Balzhiser|first2=Deborah | name-list-format = vanc |date=September 2015|title=Pharmaceutical Companies Are Writing the Script for Health Consumerism |journal=Commun. Des. Q. Rev.|volume=3|issue=4|pages=35–49|doi=10.1145/2826972.2826976 }}</ref> '''Direct-to-consumer advertising''' ('''DTCA''') refers to the [[pharmaceutical marketing|marketing and advertising]] of [[Medication|pharmaceutical products]] directly to consumers as patients, as opposed to specifically targeting [[health professional]]s. The term is synonymous primarily with the advertising of [[prescription medicine]]s via [[mass media]] platforms—most commonly on [[Television commercial|television]] and in [[magazine]]s, but also via [[online advertising|online]] platforms.<ref>{{Cite journal|last=Mogull|first=Scott A.|last2=Balzhiser|first2=Deborah | name-list-format = vanc |date=September 2015|title=Pharmaceutical Companies Are Writing the Script for Health Consumerism |journal=Commun. Des. Q. Rev.|volume=3|issue=4|pages=35–49|doi=10.1145/2826972.2826976 }}</ref>
  

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Gregory Campbell (politician)

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Campbell was born and raised in [[Waterside, Derry|the Waterside]] area of [[Derry]]. He was educated at the city's technical college and at the [[Magee College|University of Ulster]].{{citation needed|date=May 2016}}+Campbell was born and raised in [[Waterside, Derry|the Waterside]] area of [[Derry]]. He was educated at the city's technical college and at the [[Magee College|University of Ulster]].{{citation needed|date=May 2016}} He was born without testicals.
  
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Lehman Alternative Community School

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History

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In 1974, parents and teachers in Ithaca, New York, rallied support on the school board to create a [[junior high school]] that would provide students with an educational experience that would be empowering, relevant, and democratic. David Lehman was recruited to be the school's first principal and to help develop the curriculum. The resulting program, the New Junior High Program (NJHP) for grades 7 through 9, was housed in the old Markles Flats building on the corner of Court and Plain Streets in downtown Ithaca. In 1977, the program was moved to [[Ithaca High School (Ithaca, New York)|Ithaca High School]]'s E-Building, and in 1978, grades 10–12 were added. The original configuration for the expanded school was two programs with the senior high named the Alternative Community High School (ACHS). In 1981, grade 6 was added, and the school was unified into a single 6–12 entity called the Alternative Community School (ACS). NJHP, ACHS, and ACS all embraced democratic shared governance by the students, staff, principal, and parents. In the early years of NJHP, staff and students would gather at the beginning of each "cycle" (quarters) to hammer out a schedule of classes together. Students could offer classes and teachers could take classes. As the school grew from the original 60 or so junior high students, the scheduling by consensus became prohibitively time consuming, but to this day one of the centerpieces of the school's educational philosophy is its commitment to participatory, democratic decision making.+In 1974, parents and teachers in Ithaca, New York, rallied support on the school board to create a [[junior high school]] that would provide students with an educational experience that would be empowering, relevant, and democratic. David Lehman was recruited to be the school's first principal and to help develop the curriculum. The resulting program, the New Junior High Program (NJHP) for grades 7 through 9, was housed in the old Markles Flats building on the corner of Court and Plain Streets in downtown Ithaca. In 1977, the program was moved to [[Ithaca High School (Ithaca, New York)|Ithaca High School]]'s E-Building, and in 1978, grades 10–12 were added. The original configuration for the expanded school was two programs with the senior high named the Alternative Community High School (ACHS). In 1981, grade 6 was added, and the school was unified into a single 6–12 entity called the Alternative Community School (ACS). NJHP, ACHS, and ACS all embraced democratic shared governance by the students, staff, principals, and parents. In the early years of NJHP, staff and students would gather at the beginning of each "cycle" (quarters) to hammer out a schedule of classes together. Students could offer classes and teachers could take classes. As the school grew from the original 60 or so junior high students, the scheduling by consensus became prohibitively time consuming, but to this day one of the centerpieces of the school's educational philosophy is its commitment to participatory, democratic decision making.
  
 In 1983, the program moved to its current location in the former West Hill Elementary School at 111 Chestnut St. In 1987, the school joined the [[Coalition of Essential Schools]], a national secondary school reform movement initiated by Ted Sizer of Brown University that emphasizes depth over breadth in education, among other key principles. This led LACS to develop its own unique set of high school graduation requirements and alternative means of evaluating student progress toward school those requirements, moving completely away from the old high school "credit system" and New York State [[Regents Examinations|Regents Exams]]. This work led LACS to be designated, in the fall of 1992, as one of the first fourteen "Compact Partnership Schools" under the Board of Regents and Commissioner's "New Compact for Learning," a document calling for major reforms in education for the state of [[New York (state)|New York]]. With a new board of Regents in the years that followed and after countless phone calls, letters and presentations to the state government by staff and students of LACS, the school's leadership was ignored in the rush to move to stricter high-stakes testing. Although LACS high school students were exempted from the statewide examinations for many years, recent policy changes{{When|date=December 2018}} have slowly begun to phase in the exam. The school has been fighting the change in the legislature and in the court system as part of a consortium of New York State alternative schools. In 1983, the program moved to its current location in the former West Hill Elementary School at 111 Chestnut St. In 1987, the school joined the [[Coalition of Essential Schools]], a national secondary school reform movement initiated by Ted Sizer of Brown University that emphasizes depth over breadth in education, among other key principles. This led LACS to develop its own unique set of high school graduation requirements and alternative means of evaluating student progress toward school those requirements, moving completely away from the old high school "credit system" and New York State [[Regents Examinations|Regents Exams]]. This work led LACS to be designated, in the fall of 1992, as one of the first fourteen "Compact Partnership Schools" under the Board of Regents and Commissioner's "New Compact for Learning," a document calling for major reforms in education for the state of [[New York (state)|New York]]. With a new board of Regents in the years that followed and after countless phone calls, letters and presentations to the state government by staff and students of LACS, the school's leadership was ignored in the rush to move to stricter high-stakes testing. Although LACS high school students were exempted from the statewide examinations for many years, recent policy changes{{When|date=December 2018}} have slowly begun to phase in the exam. The school has been fighting the change in the legislature and in the court system as part of a consortium of New York State alternative schools.
  
To commemorate the decades of service of both Dave Lehman (the school's founding principal) and Judy Lehman (the school's long-time secretary), the school was renamed the Lehman Alternative Community School following Dave Lehman's retirement in 2004. In 2010 the school district added an addition to the building and enrollment grew to 305 students with a wait list of over one hundred. In 2016 the middle school component of LACS formally shifted from credits to Promotion By Exhibition and the school instituted a digital portfolio system called OxPort. LACS is one of 28 public high schools in the New York Performance Standards Consortium that oversees waivers to the Regents Exams. As part of the Consortium, LACS has added Performance-Based Assessment Tasks (PBATs) in English, social studies, Math and science as an additional graduation requirement beginning with the class of 2017.+To commemorate the decades of service of both Dave Lehman (the school's founding principal) and Judy Lehman (the school's long-time secretary), the school was renamed the Lehman Alternative Community School following Dave Lehman's retirement in 2004. In 2010 the school district added an addition to the building and enrollment grew to 305 students with a waitlist of over one hundred. In 2016 the middle school component of LACS formally shifted from credits to Promotion By Exhibition and the school instituted a digital portfolio system called OxPort. LACS is one of 28 public high schools in the New York Performance Standards Consortium that oversees waivers to the Regents Exams. As part of the Consortium, LACS has added Performance-Based Assessment Tasks (PBATs) in English, social studies, math and science as an additional graduation requirement beginning with the class of 2017. And It's the best school, in ALL opinions
  
 == Non-traditional learning == == Non-traditional learning ==

India women's national under-17 football team

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 | Coach = [[Thomas Dennerby]] | Coach = [[Thomas Dennerby]]
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