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  1. Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge - Wikipedia

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    Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge GCVO (born Catherine Elizabeth Middleton; 9 January 1982), is a member of the British royal family.Her husband, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, is second in the line of succession to the British throne, making ...

  2. Kate Walsh (actress) - Wikipedia

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    • Early Life
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    • Personal Life
    • Social and Political Activism
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    Walsh was born in San Jose, California, the daughter of Angela and Joseph Patrick Walsh, Sr. She grew up in a Catholic household in Tucson, Arizona. Her mother is of Italian descent,and her father was Irish, from Navan in County Meath. Walsh graduated from Catalina Magnet High School and studied acting at the University of Arizonabefore dropping out. Walsh moved to New York City and joined a comedy troupe, Burn Manhattan, supporting herself by waitressing.

    Before modeling, Walsh worked at Burger King and Dairy Queen. She began as a model in Japan in the 1980s where she also taught English. Later, she moved to Chicago and worked with the Piven Theatre Workshop. She performed on National Public Radio in the production of the radio play Born Guilty.

    In April 2007, Walsh began dating 20th Century Fox executive Alex Young. Young proposed to Walsh during a trip to San Francisco, California. They married on September 1, 2007 at the Ojai Presbyterian Church in Ojai, California. On December 11, 2008, Young filed for divorce, citing irreconcilable differences; the official date of separation in the divorce petition was listed as November 22. On December 24, 2008, Walsh counterfiled for divorce, contesting the date of separation listed in Young's divorce papers.The divorce was finalized on February 5, 2010.

    Since the summer of 2007, Walsh has been the spokesperson for Narcolepsy Network, working to promote national awareness of narcolepsy through infomercials and DVDs. In January 2008, Walsh participated in a video for Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama called "Yes We Can," produced by will.i.am of The Black Eyed Peas. She also campaigned for Obama in Arizona, Texas, Nevada, and Pennsylvania. In July 2008, Walsh was nominated as a candidate on the Unite for Strength slate for a place on the national governing board of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) in elections scheduled for September 18, 2008.On September 18, 2008, Walsh was elected to serve on the SAG board for a three-year term. Walsh supports pet adoption and frequently campaigns for the cause. On February 7, 2008, she cut the ribbon to a new dog adoption center in Times Square. In 2005, Walsh joined the Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA)'s Board of Advocates, and in 2008 received the PPFA Maggie Award for a...

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  3. Katelyn Tuohy - Wikipedia

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    At only ten years old, while running with her parents, Patrick and Denise, she was spotted as a potentially remarkable talent by her coach-to-be, Brian Diglio.She has a brother Patrick, two years older, who was also a successful cross country runner while competing for North Rockland High School. Their brother Ryan is six years younger than Katelyn.

    Encouraged by her family, she began setting age-group records in the 7th grade, retiring marks set by earlier high school phenom Mary Cain. In 2018, Tuohy's remarkable potential had fostered New York Times speculation on her future. Diglio, who is also her advanced placement U.S. History teacher, has endeavored to keep Tuohy in check while guarding her progress. “My role so far has been to try to put the brakes on, so she doesn’t do too much,” he said. “She has an unbelievable work ethic; I’ve never seen anything like it." He feels her academic diligence is as important as her athletic accomplishments.She finished the 2017–18 school year with a 4.59 GPA.

    Tuohy entered NC State as a freshman in 2020. Tuohy missed most of the fall season with an injury, but she made her NCAA debut in February 2021 at the Carmel City Invitational. She raced in the NCAA Cross Country championships held in March 2021, where she was part of the second-place team.She was named to the 2020 All-ACC Academic Cross Country Team soon after.

  4. BRICS - Wikipedia

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    • Geography
    • Summits
    • Member Countries
    • Financial Architecture
    • Reception
    • Coronavirus
    • Current Leaders
    • See Also
    • Further Reading

    The term "BRIC" is believed to be coined in 2001 by then-chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management, Jim O'Neill, in his publication Building Better Global Economic BRICs. But, it was actually coined by Roopa Purushothaman who was a Research Assistant in the original report. The foreign ministers of the initial four BRIC General states (Brazil, Russia, India, and China) met in New York City in September 2006 at the margins of the General Debate of the UN Assembly, beginning a series of high-level meetings. A full-scale diplomatic meeting was held in Yekaterinburg, Russia, on 16 June 2009.

    The BRICS is an association formed by countries in four continents: Brazil in South America, Russia in Europe, India and China in Asia and South Africa in Africa. Its member states cover an area of over 39,000,000 square kilometers, which is approximately 27% of the world's land surface. 1. Iguazu Falls in Paraná, Brazil, is the largest waterfalls system in the world. 2. Amazon rainforest in Amazonas, Brazil, is the largest rainforest in the world, also known as "lungs of the earth". 3. Mount Elbrus, located in the Caucasus, is the highest point of both Russia and Europe. 4. Volga River in Mari El, it is the longest river in both Russia and Europe. 5. Ganges river in the Northern Plains in Indiais the 4th largest river by discharge in the world. 6. Ganges Delta in West Bengal, India and Bangladeshis the largest river delta in the world. 7. Western Ghats in India, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is one of the eight "hottest hot-spots" of biological diversityin the world. 8. Kanch...

    The grouping has held annual summits since 2009, with member countries taking turns to host. Prior to South Africa's admission, two BRIC summits were held, in 2009 and 2010. The first five-member BRICS summit was held in 2011. The most recent BRICS summit took place in Brazil from 13 to 14 November 2019.India will host the BRICS 2021 summit at New Delhi & amid tensions with China, Chinese leader Xi Jinpinghad made a soft move by supporting India's Chairmanship in 2021. Experts are saying China is trying to rebuild its relation with India after Standoff

    Argentina, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Mexico and Turkey have expressed strong interest in full membership of the BRICS, while Egypt, Iran, Nigeria, Sudan, Syria and most recently Pakistan and Greecehave also expressed interest in joining BRICS. Bangladesh has been formally invited to join the organization in 2020. In February 2021, Bangladesh announced it has formally began the process to join the organization. According to finance minister Mustafa Kamal, Bangladesh has formally proposed to acquire one percent of the Bank for $382 million with an option to increase its stake in the future, against .76 percent offered by BRICS New Development Bank.

    Currently, there are two components that make up the financial architecture of BRICS, namely, the New Development Bank (NDB), or sometimes referred to as the BRICS Development Bank, and the Contingent Reserve Arrangement (CRA). Both of these components were signed into treaty in 2014 and became active in 2015.

    In 2012, Hu Jintao, the then President of China and Paramount leader, described the BRICS countries as defenders and promoters of developing countries and a force for world peace. Western analysts have highlighted potential divisions and weaknesses in the grouping, including significant economic instabilities, disagreements between the members over the UN Security Council reform, and India and China's disputesover territorial issues. On 9 April 2013, Isobel Coleman from the Council on Foreign Relations, director of CFR's Civil Society, Markets, and Democracy Program said that members of BRICS share a lack of consensus. They uphold drastically different political systems, from a vibrant democracy in Brazil to entrenched oligarchyin Russia, and their economies are little integrated and are different in size by orders of magnitude. Also, she states that the significant difference in GDP influences the reserves. China taking up over 41% of the contribution, which in turn leads to bigger...

    The New Development Bank, located in China, plans on giving out $15 billion to member nation to help their struggling economies. Member countries are hoping for a smooth comeback and a continuation of economic trade pre-COVID-19. The summit they plan on doing virtually in St. Petersburg, Russia will discuss how to handle the COVID-19 pandemic and how to fix their multilateral system by reforms.The COVID-19 accepting rate of taking the vaccine is a mixture in the BRICS community. China, India, and South Africa are the most willing to take the vaccine while Brazil and Russia have more skepticism than the other three.

    Brazil Jair Bolsonaro, President
    Russia Vladimir Putin, President
    India Narendra Modi, Prime Minister
    China Xi Jinping, President
    Carmody, Pádraig (2013). The Rise of BRICS in Africa: The Geopolitics of South-South Relations. Zed Books. ISBN 9781780326047.
    Chun, Kwang (2013). The BRICs Superpower Challenge: Foreign and Security Policy Analysis. Ashgate Pub Co. ISBN 9781409468691.
  5. The Coronation of Napoleon - Wikipedia

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    • History of The Work
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    The work was commissioned by Napoleon orally in September 1804, and David started work on it on 21 December 1805 in the former chapel of the College of Cluny, near the Sorbonne, which served as a workshop. Assisted by his student Georges Rouget, he put the finishing touches in January 1808. From 7 February to 22 March 1808, the work was exhibited at the Salon annual painting display in 1808, and it was presented to the Salon decennial prize competition in 1810. The painting remained the property of David until 1819, when it was transferred to the Royal Museums, where it was stored in the reserves until 1837. Then, it was installed in the Chamber Sacre of the museum of the historical Palace of Versailles on the orders of King Louis-Philippe. In 1889, the painting was transferred to the Louvrefrom Versailles. David was commissioned by American entrepreneurs to paint a full size replica, in 1808, immediately after the release of the original. He began work that year, painting it from m...

    The composition is organized around several axes, and incorporates the rules of neoclassicism. One axis is that which passes through the cross and has a vertical orientation. A diagonal line runs from the pope to the empress. All eyes are turned towards Napoleon, who is the center of the composition.

    Joséphine de Beauharnais (1763–1814), is kneeling in a submissive position, as called for in the French Civil Code. She received the crown from the hands of her husband, not the pope. Her robe is d...
    Maria Letizia Ramolino (1750–1836), mother of Napoleon, was placed in the stands by the painter. She occupies a place more important than the pope. Actually, she did not attend the ceremony to prot...
    Louis Bonaparte (1778–1846), who at the beginning of the empire received the title of grand constable, King of Holland, in 1806. He married Hortense de Beauharnais, the daughter of Josephine.
    Malika Dorbani-Bouabdellah, https://www.louvre.fr/en/oeuvre-notices/consecration-emperor-napoleon-and-coronation-empress-josephine-december-2-1804
    Jean Tulard, Le Sacre de l'empereur Napoléon. Histoire et légende, Paris 2004 ISBN 2-213-62098-9
  6. Talk:Empress Myeongseong/Archive 1 - Wikipedia

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    • The Cause of A Coup D'etat
    • 2004 and Early Threads
    • About The Assassion Date.
    • Very Interesting to Observe
    • A Neutral Pov
    • Article Title
    • Protection
    • Is The Fiction of Kim Jinmyeong Appropriate to The dictionary?
    • True Or Fake ? Myeongseong's Photo
    • Discussion on Death Or Eul-Mi Sa-Byun

    Does my description have misconception? (Not thinking the mistake of grammar) 1. 1.1. At first, she cooperated with the Independence Party. But, she wasted the national budget for herself. The rices which should be paid to the soldiers stagnated for 13 months. Daewon-gun had used soldier's dissatisfaction. Daewon-gun regained power in July 23, 1882. 1.2. She requested assistance from Yuan Shikai, who suppressed the rebellion and captured Daewon-gun. From this incident, she turned to cooperate with the Conservatism Wing and to depend on China. Because she thought Japan was undependable. 1.3. The Independence Party cooperated with Japan. They tried a coup d'etat in December 1884. But she regained power immediately with the help of China. The coup d'etat was failed. Objectman02:14, 4 June 2006 (UTC) Yes, thanks for asking. If you look at our discussion below in NPOV, the regular soldiers weren't paid because Kojong was favoring the Special Skills Forces. Read over that. By Independence...

    There is a clear anti-assassin bias in this article. It makes it sound like its a bad thing to murder people for political reasons. We all know from the glorious American CIA that nothing is more n...

    The date is October 8 in the gregorian calendar. "August 20" is in Chinese calendar. When writing the date in east asian history, you have to check that the calendar system. -- ChongDae16:18, 7 October 2005 (UTC)

    Isn't it interesting to observe that the people who are claiming anti-Japanese bias here, who have presumably only learned from the heavily-edited Japanese history books, seem to speak with an air of denial that is probably not unlike that of people who have lived under a third-world dictatorship, like North Korea? It's surprising that for such a technologically advanced country like Japan, their education of history is about what you would expect would come from a Stalinist state that is concerned with hiding the truth and cleaning-up history. --Atrahasis02:39, 27 November 2005 (UTC) 1. The Japanese government wasn't accused of whitewashing history, Japan was accused of not censoring a textbook that was perceived to be "whitewashing" history. However, the problematic publishing company has been censored before by the government because textbooks are banned from adding lies. After the publisher cleared up the problem points the government raised, they were free to publish under the...

    Coming from outside either of the Koreas or Japan, I think that the first thing that must be done is for the article to be expanded. Of course she was killed, but at the moment there is a bias in as far as the page seems to focus so much on her death. If this really is a tribute then her accomplishments should be discussed in detail. I am sure that there is more than enough material available on this. However if the entire point of this article is to say that she was killed by the Japanese, then her memory is being just being used for nationalistic reasons - which is not fair on her. So I would like to ask historians on wiki with knowledge of this area to get to work on this. If we can tidy this up then perhaps we can remove the POV tag. Also I checked the sources and couldn't find anything to suggest that the Emperor Meiji had it in for her. Thus I will re-word the allegation to make it more ambiguous, as I am sure that some people did see her as a "problem". Unless someone has the...

    regarding the title of this article, Wikipedia:Naming conventions (Korean)#Names of monarchs would indicate this article should be called "Myeongseong of Korea." of course there can be exceptions for especially well-known individuals, but there's also a case to be made for consistency too. i don't feel strongly either way, just fyi. Appleby08:03, 25 January 2006 (UTC) 1. I know that's somewhat of a standard on Wikipedia right now, but adding " of Korea" in my opinion only elongates the article title unnecessarily. If Myeongseong was a Christian name, and many European monarchs were named Myeongseong, then yeah, specifying the country makes sense. But seriously, how many European monarchs ever have a Korean name? This seems to be an article naming standard for Western monarchs that doesn't apply well for Korea. Having said that, I have no opinion on whether the title "Empress" should be removed or kept. --MangoCurry13:55, 2 March 2006 (UTC) i wish we could get the few korean editors...

    I'm protecting this briefly; I'd like to see some talking here rather than just going back and forth reversions. Is this vandalism or a dispute? --Spangineer[es] (háblame)18:44, 19 May 2006 (UTC) 1. I don't know, they won't answer me! - CobaltBlueTony18:45, 19 May 2006 (UTC) 1. 1.1. Good point; I've changed this to semi-protection pending the user's initiation of discussion. --Spangineer[es] (háblame)18:48, 19 May 2006 (UTC) 1.2. As far as I know, this is repeated vandalism by ONE user who was deleting information out of the article and kept inserting the POV template. There has been no discussion over the matters of the article itself for months, and the vandal keeps inserting Japan-centric POV without proper citations and such. This is a case of vandalism originating from someone's own POV. The vandal has also been inserting POV template on other Korea-related articles without giving any reasons too. (See Yi Sun-shin page)Deiaemeth 18:51, 19 May 2006 (UTC) 1.2.1. OK, sounds good....

    The South Korean wrote the article based on the report of novelist Kim Jinmyeong. Kim used Ishizuka-Report for the source in this report.http://www.kimsoft.com/2002/eijoh1.jpg] Content of Ishizuka-Report. A Japanese assassin raped. This is an episode of novel "Crown Princess kidnapping of Japan (2001)" that Kim wrote.--Kamosuke04:16, 20 May 2006 (UTC) 1. kamosuke, please please please read WP:V for the concept of citing reputable sources for wikipedia content. yes, the article now has pov & sourcing problems, but the answer is not to replace them with unreliable pov sources. thanks. Appleby04:32, 20 May 2006 (UTC) But I think Kim's is a famous homepage as anti-Japanese propaganda. 1. 1.1. Let's arrange the problem. 1. 1.1. 1.The source of your insistence is Kim. 1.2. 2.Kim is a novelist in South Korea. 1.3. 3.His source is Eizo-Report. 1.4. 4.EIZHO-REPORT is being written that the Korea people insulted empress's corpse. 1.5. 5.The rape did the assassin the woman in the court. This i...

    See the newspaper.http://english.chosun.com/w21data/html/news/200501/200501130035.html 1. I agree. It's actually never known whether it's really her or not. mirageinred22:27, 29 May 2006 (UTC) 1. This is an interesting problem. The argument against it being a photo of her comes mostly from Queen Min of Korea: Coming to Power) Simbertseva's research, but seems weak to me. It almost all hinges on whether she would have her image portrayed, certainly something that was done by Kojong, by Lady Om, by Sunjong, and Queen Yun. There's even a photo out there of the whole royal family taken when the last child, Princess Deokhye, was about three or four. Deokhye, Princess of Korea. So that argument is not very strong. The other point is that some historians feel a Queen would never sit with her feet apart as in the picture. To me, that doesn't make much sense either, because Koreans back then didn't use chairs often and likely didn't have any particular way of sitting in them. Finally, the qu...

    Some things just can't be totally English and that is an online encyclopedia. If everything has to be in English, then do you call Admiral Yi Sun-shin something of English translation of the Chinese characters? What would you call Hangul? Would you call it "Han-people's writing"? (that is the Chinese characters' meaning) What about Sushi? It's an English word. Just because "Eul-mi Sa-byun" sounds foreign does not mean that it shouldn't be used. Additionally, this is an article about a Korean person. Why are Japanese Wikipedians here? A Korean biography should have Korean words unchanged. I don't want any interference.Therefore, I ask for permission (which I see no need of) to change the title of the section concerning her death to "Eul-mi Sa-byun". (Wikimachine14:08, 9 June 2006 (UTC)) 1. There is no google hits for "Eul-mi Sa-byun". Using uncommon Korean without explanation and/or translation is not helpful to English readers. With this regard, "Assasination" or "Death" is better i...

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