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Naagin (2015 TV series)

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 In the table below, <span style="color:blue">'''the blue numbers'''</span> represent the lowest ratings and <span style="color:red">'''the red numbers'''</span> represent the highest ratings.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.pinkvilla.com/tv/news-gossip/trp-report-surbhis-naagin-3-records-highest-trp-season-yeh-rishta-kya-kehlata-hai-jumps-points-422772?amp|title=TRP Report: Surbhi's Naagin 3 records highest TRP for the season; Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai jumps points {{!}} PINKVILLA|website=www.pinkvilla.com|language=en|access-date=2018-08-10}}</ref> In the table below, <span style="color:blue">'''the blue numbers'''</span> represent the lowest ratings and <span style="color:red">'''the red numbers'''</span> represent the highest ratings.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.pinkvilla.com/tv/news-gossip/trp-report-surbhis-naagin-3-records-highest-trp-season-yeh-rishta-kya-kehlata-hai-jumps-points-422772?amp|title=TRP Report: Surbhi's Naagin 3 records highest TRP for the season; Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai jumps points {{!}} PINKVILLA|website=www.pinkvilla.com|language=en|access-date=2018-08-10}}</ref>
  
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 ==Awards and nominations== ==Awards and nominations==

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Trisomy 8

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 The simplest and easiest way to detect Trisomy 8 is by a [[Karyotype]],a photograph representing all chromosomes of a cell in an orderly manner. [[Amniocentesis]] is also a technique for diagnosis. Samples from the Amniotic Liquid is taken from a fetus then cultured,then analyzed by a Karyotype.If the photograph shows 3 copies of chromosome 8 instead of 2,then the individual has Trisomy 8. The simplest and easiest way to detect Trisomy 8 is by a [[Karyotype]],a photograph representing all chromosomes of a cell in an orderly manner. [[Amniocentesis]] is also a technique for diagnosis. Samples from the Amniotic Liquid is taken from a fetus then cultured,then analyzed by a Karyotype.If the photograph shows 3 copies of chromosome 8 instead of 2,then the individual has Trisomy 8.

Oscar (footballer, born 1954)

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Jat, Sangli

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'''Jath''' is a town and [[taluka]] headquarters in [[Miraj]] subdivision of [[Sangli district]] in southern [[Maharashtra]]. It is often spelled as "Jath" according to South Indian lexical nomenclature. Jath is one of the largest tehsils in Maharashtra state. Demographically, it has historically been a part of Man Desh.+'''Jat''' is a town and [[taluka]] headquarters in [[Miraj]] subdivision of [[Sangli district]] in southern [[Maharashtra]]. It is often spelled as "Jath" according to South Indian lexical nomenclature. Jat is one of the largest tehsils in Maharashtra state. Demographically, it has historically been a part of Man Desh.
  
 It was the former capital of [[Jath State]], one of the non-salute [[List of Maratha dynasties and states|Maratha princely states]] of British India, under the Bombay Presidency, and later the Deccan States Agency. It was a southern [[Maratha]] Jahagir. It was the former capital of [[Jath State]], one of the non-salute [[List of Maratha dynasties and states|Maratha princely states]] of British India, under the Bombay Presidency, and later the Deccan States Agency. It was a southern [[Maratha]] Jahagir.
  
 ==History== ==History==
Some sources say{{who|date=August 2018}}, in ancient period, town was called Jayantinagar. Jath was capital of former Maratha Jagir ruled by Dafales. Most of the dynasty period was affiliated to [[Bijapur]]. For some period it was associated with [[Kolhapur]] as well as [[Satara (city)|Satara]] Maratha Dynasties. Later Jath became a non-salute princely state until 8 march 1948 and then joined dominion of India. Then it was part of Satara district. When Sangli district was formed, Jath became eastern tahasil of Sangli.+Some sources say{{who|date=August 2018}}, in ancient period, town was called Jayantinagar. Jat was capital of former Maratha Jagir ruled by Dafales. Most of the dynasty period was affiliated to [[Bijapur]]. For some period it was associated with [[Kolhapur]] as well as [[Satara (city)|Satara]] Maratha Dynasties. Later Jat became a non-salute princely state until 8 march 1948 and then joined dominion of India. Then it was part of Satara district. When Sangli district was formed, Jat became eastern tahasil of Sangli.
  
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 [[Renuka|Yallamma]] temple is situated to the South of Jat. It celebrates an annual fair on [[Chaitra Purnima|Chaitra Paurnima]] (Full Moon) in the month of [[Margashirsha]]. It also hosts one of the largest cattle fairs in southern Maharashtra and Northern Karnataka. [[Renuka|Yallamma]] temple is situated to the South of Jat. It celebrates an annual fair on [[Chaitra Purnima|Chaitra Paurnima]] (Full Moon) in the month of [[Margashirsha]]. It also hosts one of the largest cattle fairs in southern Maharashtra and Northern Karnataka.
  
Guddapur, a village in Jath taluka, is also very famous shrine of Goddess Dhanamma.+Guddapur, a village in Jat taluka, is also very famous shrine of Goddess Dhanamma.
  
Daridev temple is located south west of Jath, near to Muchandi village. Its annual fair is celebrated in the second week of April each year.+Daridev temple is located south west of Jat, near to Muchandi village. Its annual fair is celebrated in the second week of April each year.
  
 Near to the city, a temple of Ambabai situated on a hill. The temple celebrates its annual fair in the Navaratra. Near to the city, a temple of Ambabai situated on a hill. The temple celebrates its annual fair in the Navaratra.

Hira Mani

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List of foreign Thai League 1 players

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 * [[Márcio Rosário]] – [[Suphanburi F.C.|Suphanburi]] – 2014–2016 * [[Márcio Rosário]] – [[Suphanburi F.C.|Suphanburi]] – 2014–2016
* [[Wellington Cirino Priori|Wellington]] – [[Army United F.C.|Army United]] – 2014+* <b>[[Wellington Priori]]</b> – [[Army United F.C.|Army United]], [[Pattaya United F.C.|Pattaya United]], <b>[[Trat F.C.|Trat]]</b> – 2014-15, 2017, 2020–
 * [[Leandro Tatu]] – [[Bangkok United F.C.|Bangkok United]] – 2014–2016 * [[Leandro Tatu]] – [[Bangkok United F.C.|Bangkok United]] – 2014–2016
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William Wallace (philosopher)

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 '''William Wallace''' (11 May 1844{{snd}}18 February 1897) was a Scottish [[philosopher]] and academic who became fellow of [[Merton College, Oxford|Merton College]] and [[White's Professor of Moral Philosophy]] at [[Oxford University]]. He was best known for his studies of German philosophers, most notably Hegel, some of whose works he translated into highly regarded English editions. While reputedly forbidding in manner, he was known as an able and effective teacher and writer who succeeded in greatly improving the understanding of German philosophy in the English-speaking world. He died at the age of 52 after a bicycle accident near Oxford.
{{Other people|William Wallace}} 
'''William Wallace''' (11 May 1844 &ndash; 18 February 1897) was a Scottish [[philosopher]] and academic who became fellow of [[Merton College, Oxford|Merton College]] and [[White's Professor of Moral Philosophy]] at [[Oxford University]]. He was best known for his studies of German philosophers, most notably Hegel, some of whose works he translated into highly regarded English editions. While reputedly forbidding in manner, he was known as an able and effective teacher and writer who succeeded in greatly improving the understanding of German philosophy in the English-speaking world. He died at the age of 52 after a bicycle accident near Oxford. 
  
 ==Life== ==Life==
 Wallace was born at Railway Place in [[Cupar]], [[Fife]], the son of master-builder James Wallace and Jane Kelloch. He was the elder of two brothers and was educated at Madras Academy (now [[Bell Baxter High School]]) in Cupar before going on to [[St Andrews University]] to study arts. He developed a strong interest in the natural world, which led him to spend much time on walks in the countryside, cycling, botany and mountaineering.<ref name="DeLashmutt">{{cite web|url=http://www.giffordlectures.org/Author.asp?AuthorID=173|title=William Wallace|last=DeLashmutt|first=Michael W.|publisher=Templeton Press|accessdate=11 March 2014}}</ref> Wallace was born at Railway Place in [[Cupar]], [[Fife]], the son of master-builder James Wallace and Jane Kelloch. He was the elder of two brothers and was educated at Madras Academy (now [[Bell Baxter High School]]) in Cupar before going on to [[St Andrews University]] to study arts. He developed a strong interest in the natural world, which led him to spend much time on walks in the countryside, cycling, botany and mountaineering.<ref name="DeLashmutt">{{cite web|url=http://www.giffordlectures.org/Author.asp?AuthorID=173|title=William Wallace|last=DeLashmutt|first=Michael W.|publisher=Templeton Press|accessdate=11 March 2014}}</ref>
 [[File:Merton College, July 2013 (1).JPG|right|thumb|Merton College, Oxford]] [[File:Merton College, July 2013 (1).JPG|right|thumb|Merton College, Oxford]]
Although his parents had encouraged him to take up the study of [[theology]] as a precursor to a career in the clergy, Wallace realised that this would not best suit him and chose instead to study the [[Classics]]. He was awarded an [[Exhibition (scholarship)|exhibition]] at [[Balliol College, Oxford]], where he studied from 1864. In 1867 he became a [[fellow]] of [[Merton College, Oxford|Merton College]]. He gained his [[Bachelor of Arts]] the following year, gaining a first class in [[Honour Moderations|Moderations]] and in [[Literae Humaniores]]. He was also awarded the [[Gaisford Prize]] in 1867 for his work on Greek prose, becoming a tutor at Merton in the same year, and was elected as a [[Craven Scholarship|Craven Scholar]] in 1869.<ref name="Times" /> His [[Master of Arts]] followed in 1871 and he was appointed as Merton's librarian.<ref name="Den Otter">{{cite web|url=http://www.oxforddnb.com/templates/article.jsp?articleid=28546&back=|last=den Otter|first=S.M.|title=Wallace, William (1843–1897)|work=Oxford Dictionary of National Biography|publisher=Oxford University Press|year=2004|accessdate=11 March 2014}}</ref>+Although his parents had encouraged him to take up the study of [[theology]] as a precursor to a career in the clergy, Wallace realised that this would not best suit him and chose instead to study the [[Classics]]. He was awarded an [[Exhibition (scholarship)|exhibition]] at [[Balliol College, Oxford]], where he studied from 1864. In 1867 he became a [[fellow]] of Merton College. He gained his [[Bachelor of Arts]] the following year, gaining a first class in [[Honour Moderations|Moderations]] and in [[Literae Humaniores]]. He was also awarded the [[Gaisford Prize]] in 1867 for his work on Greek prose, becoming a tutor at Merton in the same year, and was elected as a [[Craven Scholarship|Craven Scholar]] in 1869.<ref name="Times" /> His [[Master of Arts]] followed in 1871 and he was appointed as Merton's librarian.<ref name="Den Otter">{{cite web|url=http://www.oxforddnb.com/templates/article.jsp?articleid=28546&back=|last=den Otter|first=S.M.|title=Wallace, William (1843–1897)|work=Oxford Dictionary of National Biography|publisher=Oxford University Press|year=2004|accessdate=11 March 2014}}</ref>
  
Wallace married Janet Barclay, a childhood friend from Cupar, on 4 April 1872. The couple had three children, a daughter and two sons. His younger brother Edwin Wallace studied at Oxford's [[Lincoln College, Oxford|Lincoln College]] and later served as vice-provost of [[Worcester College, Oxford|Worcester College]] between 1881 and his death in 1884. In 1882, Wallace became the successor to Thomas Hill Green as [[White's Professor of Moral Philosophy]] at Oxford, a position which he held along with the Merton tutorship until his death fifteen years later.<ref name="DeLashmutt" />+Wallace married Janet Barclay, a childhood friend from Cupar, on 4 April 1872. The couple had three children, a daughter and two sons. His younger brother Edwin Wallace studied at Oxford's [[Lincoln College, Oxford|Lincoln College]] and later served as vice-provost of [[Worcester College, Oxford|Worcester College]] between 1881 and his death in 1884. In 1882, Wallace became the successor to Thomas Hill Green as White's Professor of Moral Philosophy at Oxford, a position which he held along with the Merton tutorship until his death fifteen years later.<ref name="DeLashmutt" />
  
 His "brusque and sarcastic" manner earned him the nickname "the Dorian", a nickname he acquired at Balliol,<ref name="Times" /> though this was said to conceal a "generous and affectionate" nature.<ref name="Den Otter" /> He was described as a man of "much genuine nobleness and a staunch uprightness of thought and speech" whose "acquaintances were numerous and friendly, but his intimates few and attached."<ref name="Times">{{cite news|title=Obituary - Professor William Wallace|work=The Times|date=20 February 1897|page=12}}</ref> His "brusque and sarcastic" manner earned him the nickname "the Dorian", a nickname he acquired at Balliol,<ref name="Times" /> though this was said to conceal a "generous and affectionate" nature.<ref name="Den Otter" /> He was described as a man of "much genuine nobleness and a staunch uprightness of thought and speech" whose "acquaintances were numerous and friendly, but his intimates few and attached."<ref name="Times">{{cite news|title=Obituary - Professor William Wallace|work=The Times|date=20 February 1897|page=12}}</ref>

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