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...''' optional (required if area or population is given) variable numerical rowspan 3 It is possible to add multiple values for area and population over time. *Area must be given in km² without commas or any other spacing. The area in sq.mi. will be automatically calculated *Population must be given without commas or any other spacing. If area is also known for this time, population density will be automatically calculated. *Even if the area does not change over time, it should always be added along with any new population values in order to calculate density. **''Example:'' You have population values for 1800 and 1900. You also have an area value and you know that it is the same for both years. You enter "stat_year1 1800" and "stat_year2 1900" and the two population values (without commas or spacing) under "stat_pop1" and "stat_pop2". You then enter your area value (in km², without commas or spacing) in both "stat_area1" and "stat_area2". The area will not be displayed twice, but the population density will be calculated for both years. - style "vertical-align:top;" '''stat_area1, stat_area2 ...''' optional variable numerical - style "vertical-align:top;" '''stat_pop1, stat_pop2 ...''' optional variable numerical - colspan 5 style "background-color: orange;" Footnotes - style "background-color: whitesmoke;" '''Field Name''' style "background-color: whitesmoke;" '''Usage''' style "background-color: whitesmoke;" '''Type''' style "background-color: whitesmoke;" '''Values''' style "background-color: whitesmoke;" '''Description''' - style "vertical-align:top;" '''footnotes''' optional free sentence (free text with wikilinks) A standard field for footnotes. Use footnotes if there is anything in the infobox that requires further explanation. Supports wikilinks. - style "vertical-align:top;" '''footnotes2''' optional free sentence (free text with wikilinks) A second field for footnotes, separated from the first. Supports wikilinks - - style "vertical-align:top;" '''footnote_a''' '''footnote_b''' ... '''footnote_h''' optional free sentence Fields for footnotes identified using lowercase letters "a" to "h" (Example a ). All support wikilinks. Style parameters The template allows some optional parameters that control the style of the infobox, for size and coloring, when displayed on a page: :* width 290px : sets the width of the infobox (default: 290px). :* boxstyle . . . : sets the style properties of the whole infobox. :* titlestyle . . . : sets the style properties of the top title name area of the infobox. Some specific styles for the whole infobox are as follows: :* boxstyle background:lightgray : sets the color behind all areas of the infobox. :* boxstyle border-color:blue; : sets the line around the infobox to the color blue. :* boxstyle border-width:5px; : sets line width around box to 5 pixels (default: 1px). :* boxstyle margin-left:1px; margin-right:7px; : resets the left right margins of the infobox for similar alignment in both browsers Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer. Some specific styles for the title name are as follows: :* titlestyle background:lightgray : sets the color behind the top title name area of the infobox. :* titlestyle color:gold : sets the text color in top title name area. :* titlestyle text-align:left : shifts title name text to the left (default: center). For multiple settings, combine all on one line, as follows: :::* titlestyle background:lightgray; color:darkgreen; The properties are separated by semicolons (";"), and beware that accidentally omitting semicolons will cause the settings to be ignored. Some style properties cannot be changed, such as setting "titlestyle margin-left:25px" might be ignored, because "margin-left" is a property, instead, of the whole box, using ''boxstyle''. Banner To allow project members (Wikipedia:WikiProject Former countries) to keep track of articles, any page that uses this infobox '''must''' be labeled with the WPFC banner. To do this, go to the article's talk page and add


Columbia, Missouri

who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.32 and the average family size was 2.94. In the city the population was spread out with 18.8% of residents under the age of 18; 27.3% between the ages of 18 and 24; 26.7% from 25 to 44; 18.6% from 45 to 64; and 8.5% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age in the city was 26.8 years. The gender makeup of the city was 48.3% male and 51.7% female. 2000 census In 2000, the city had a day time population of 106,487

or a half-hour south in Jefferson City (Jefferson City, Missouri). Commutes into the city are also common and in 2000 the city had a day time population of 106,487.


Carson City, Nevada

to the north to benefit Carson City. The city was slightly revitalized with the mining booms in Tonopah (Tonopah, Nevada) and Goldfield (Goldfield, Nevada). The US federal building (now renamed the Paul Laxalt Building) was completed in 1890 as was the Stewart Indian School. Carson City resigned itself to small city status, advertising itself as "America's smallest capital." The city slowly grew; by 1960 it had reached its 1880, boom-time population. 20th-century revitalization


United States

José Lima (w:José Lima), a former baseball (w:baseball) pitcher for Major League Baseball (w:Major League Baseball)'s Houston Astros (w:Houston Astros), Detroit Tigers (w:Detroit Tigers), Los Angeles Dodgers (w:Los Angeles Dodgers), New York Mets (w:New York Mets), and Kansas City Royals (w:Kansas City Royals) (all in the United States (w:United States)) died suddenly at his Los Angeles home this morning of a heart attack (w:heart attack). He was 37 years old. His death was confirmed by the Los Angeles Dodgers organization and his family.


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