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and Chile and made Music with Los Chalchaleros and Bocha Martinez in Cafajate Salta Tucuman (San Miguel de Tucumán). Later on he visited Iceland and made Music in Reykjavík and Bolungarvik together with Hrolfur Vagnsson, his friend for the 4 Beads studio recording of his Beatles cover versions of "I Feel Fine", "While My Guitar Gently Weeps", "A Hard Day's Night (A Hard Day's Night (song))", " Eight Days a Week (song


daughter of Lazar and Palaiologina. The marriage took place at Smederevo on 1 April 1459. The younger Helena changed her name to "Maria" at the time of her wedding. Tomašević replaced the deposed Stefan on the throne of Serbia. J. V. A. Fine, "The Late Medieval Balkans, A Critical Survey from the Late Twelfth Century to the Ottoman Conquest" (1994), page 575-581 Bosnia (1994–1995) In March 1994

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of substances. Aside from the drugs already mentioned it is inadvisable to attempt to purchase any other substances not freely available on the magic menus around town. The dangers of most drugs should be well-known to travellers, and additionally there is also a police presence. Plain-clothed policemen frequently take unsuspecting tourists to the local police station for smoking a joint. The usual outcome of this involves having your passport seized until you cough up a hefty "fine", typically

San Miguel de Tucumán

Argentina, Buenos Aires and the Andes and Chile and made Music with Los Chalchaleros and Bocha Martinez in Cafajate Salta Tucuman (San Miguel de Tucumán). Later on he visited Iceland and made Music in Reykjavík and Bolungarvik together with Hrolfur Vagnsson, his friend for the 4 Beads studio recording of his Beatles cover versions of "I Feel Fine", "While My Guitar Gently Weeps", " A Hard Day's Night (song) A Hard

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2012 (UTC) when to add an article? I was wondering- when I was searching for some topics like businesses or certain websites there are no articles for them. One example is I noticed that there was an article titled "We Feel Fine" that was deleted in 2007, restored, and then deleted again. How can I see what this article was about? Do I need to contact the moderator to see it? Thanks, Kim Kimlewis6 (User:Kimlewis6) (talk (User talk:Kimlewis6)) 01:59, 3 March 2012 (UTC) :Hi. You could make a request at WP:UNDELETE, listing a few potential references to include in the article. The references will need to justify the notability (WP:notability) of the subject. For businesses and websites, take a look at WP:COMPANIES and WP:WEBSITES. -- Trevj (User:Trevj#top) (talk (User talk:Trevj#top)) 09:35, 3 March 2012 (UTC) Thank you! :A great thing about Wikipedia is its transparency. Deletion discussions are always saved, for example, so looking at that will give you an idea of what the article was about and why it was deleted. For "We Feel Fine", the deletion discussion is at Wikipedia:Articles for deletion We Feel Fine. It was about a website. Inverse Hypercube (User:InverseHypercube) 05:02, 6 March 2012 (UTC) How does one upload images to Wikipedia? I'm very new to Wikipedia, just having started a week ago. I have some of the basics of creating articles and references, as well as transferring photos from Wikimedia. The articles that I've created and am about to create are all related to World War I. In some cases, I've been unable to find appropriate photos on Wikimedia or Wikipedia. Therefore, I contacted the International War Graves Photography Project this week and requested permission to use their photos for my Wikipedia articles. I'm pleased to say that they responded quickly and very enthusiastically. They merely requested that I attribute the photos to their organization. Great start. However, I have no idea how to begin the uploading photo process. I'm not following the articles on the subject. The way I've taught myself to create articles this week is to go into "edit" mode on completed articles and observe the code that other writers have employed. That won't work for uploading photos. Thank you. ACP2011 (User:ACP2011) (talk (User talk:ACP2011)) 17:01, 1 March 2012 (UTC) :Hi! Special:Upload might be what you're looking for. Did this help? ReelAngelGirl (User:ReelAngelGirl) '' Talk to me! (User talk:ReelAngelGirl)'' '' Tea? (WP:Teahouse)'' 17:19, 1 March 2012 (UTC) ::Hello ACP2011! Good to see you; and very glad to see you've been here for a week. We hope you stay for some time. I came for a week and have stayed 6 years :). Anyhoo, the deal with images is that it can be a bit tricky, because Wikipedia has some strict rules regarding their use. Images broadly fall into two categories: :# Images you created yourself (photographs you took with your camera, original drawings you created, etc.) which you are willing to license for use which is compatable with Wikipedia's license. Images of this type should be uploaded to Wikimedia Commons, located at http: This sister site hosts images which can be used on ''any'' Wikimedia project in ''any'' language. :# Images you did not create yourself, or do not own the copyright to. This can be quite tricky. Some of these images are in the public domain (images whose copyright has expired, for example), and as such, may be uploaded to commons as described above. However, most images you find on the internet, which you did not create yourself, are not generally allowed at Wikipedia. A select, small number of these ''may'' meet Wikipedia's policies, which are described at Wikipedia:Non-free content criteria, but tread carefully when using images of this type. If you have questions about the appropriateness of an image for use or uploading at Wikipedia or Wikimedia Commons, you can get help at Wikipedia:Media copyright questions, which is a place where more experienced editors which work in this field can help. :Good luck, and I hope this can help! -- Jayron (User:Jayron32)''''' 32 (User talk:Jayron32)''''' 17:50, 1 March 2012 (UTC) Hi ACP2011. I am so jazzed that you stopped by the Teahouse. The above suggestions are great and you probably don't need one more, but I wanted to point towards here WP:IMAGES as it has been helpful for me... hopefully for you, too. Anyway, thank you for joining the crew at the Teahouse, and happy editing. --Rosiestep (User:Rosiestep) (talk (User talk:Rosiestep)) 02:50, 2 March 2012 (UTC) :Check out Wikipedia:Wikimedia Commons for more information on how to upload photos there.--DThomsen8 (User:Dthomsen8) (talk (User talk:Dthomsen8)) 13:28, 3 March 2012 (UTC) Thanks to everyone on their suggestions for uploading photos. I just uploaded one a couple of days ago and it actually worked! ACP2011 (User:ACP2011) (talk (User talk:ACP2011)) 20:57, 7 March 2012 (UTC) Rules in banning users because of biased edits or vandalising Am a new user and got nearly banned yesterday on the "Kudankulam nuclear power plant" article because I edited an article that I thought was biased. Where to find detailed rules on the same for better dispute resolution? Many thanks in advance. Nashtam (User:Nashtam) (talk (User talk:Nashtam)) 05:48, 1 March 2012 (UTC) :Hello Nashtam. I'm sorry that you've had a negative experience. The important first step when someone disputes a change you have made to Wikipedia is to civily discuss the matter at the article talk page. The best way to approach this is to gather reliable sources (WP:RS) which support your proposed changes. Also give it some time, don't expect instant agreement. Be willing to work with others and compromise. If, after a few days of discussion, you reach an impasse, you can try to bring in other, impartial editors using methods described at Wikipedia:Dispute resolution. Good luck! -- Jayron (User:Jayron32)''''' 32 (User talk:Jayron32)''''' 05:58, 1 March 2012 (UTC) Thanks Jayron. Am ready to talk on the talk page, but so far the other user has not obliged. It may not have been of much use anyway, judging by the past comments on the talk page which also complained of the bias in the article. But the bias was not corrected. Have raised the issue on the Wikipedia's Neutrality Noticeboard, as per your advice. Thanks again for your help. Nashtam (User:Nashtam) (talk (User talk:Nashtam)) 06:27, 1 March 2012 (UTC) :Nashtam, as you may already aware of fact that Koodankulam is a highly controversial topic in India these days, and as always, Wikipedia articles attract people from all sides. If you think that article's neutrality is biased then you may tag it with . -- Trevj (User:Trevj#top) (talk (User talk:Trevj#top)) 11:52, 4 March 2012 (UTC) ::::Thank you all! These are all really helpful suggestions, and I will try them all out. Mel290 (User:Mel290) (talk (User talk:Mel290)) 21:39, 5 March 2012 (UTC) :::::Another option is to check out a WikiProject you might be interested in. WikiProjects consist of groups of editors who edit articles on specific topics; for example, Wikipedia:WikiProject Computing (see a list of WikiProjects here (Wikipedia:WikiProject Council Directory)). There are often to-do lists on these project pages; for WikiProject Computing, see Wikipedia:WikiProject Computing Tasks Expand stubs. WikiProjects are also a great way to find editors with common interests. Inverse Hypercube (User:InverseHypercube) 04:51, 6 March 2012 (UTC) upload a photograph User Wil0717 received a Teahouse email and responded with a question which I thought others might be asking too so hoping we could respond here... "I need to know how to upload a photograph to support an entry I made on a wiki page." Thanks! Rosiestep (User:Rosiestep) (talk (User talk:Rosiestep)) 03:32, 14 March 2012 (UTC) :Hello Rosiestep! You can tell Wil0717 that there are three important documents to read regarding the uploading and use of images at Wikipedia: :*Wikipedia:Image use policy discusses when (and, more importantly when '''not''') to upload and use images at Wikipedia. It is very important, to prevent misunderstandings and certain heartache, that a person understands what images are and are not appropriate for uploading. :*Wikipedia:Uploading images discusses how to actually upload the image to Wikipedia. :*Wikipedia:Picture tutorial discusses how to insert and format images in articles. :Does that help, Rosiestep? -- Jayron (User:Jayron32)''''' 32 (User talk:Jayron32)''''' 04:40, 14 March 2012 (UTC) ::Thanks for the great answer, Jayron! --Rosiestep (User:Rosiestep) (talk (User talk:Rosiestep)) 05:05, 14 March 2012 (UTC)

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of the Priest of Duklja'' about the genealogy of the Doclean rulers is mythological. Fine Serbs referred to in the state's name were those resident in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia-Slavonia (including Syrmia), and Dalmatia (including Boka Kotorska and Montenegrin Littoral up to Spič near Bar (Bar, Montenegro)), not the population of the Kingdom of Serbia (which included the territory


death in 864, an uprising was raised by a powerful Croatian nobleman from Knin - Domagoj (Domagoj of Croatia), and Zdeslav was exiled with his brothers, Petar and Muncimir (Muncimir of Croatia) to Constantinople.


) Raška . Fine summarizes a passage of Niketas Choniates to state "She left on foot with only the clothes on her back". Eudokia sought refuge with her brother-in-law Vukan Nemanjić, Prince of Zeta (Principality of Zeta). Vukan provided her with hospitality for a while. He then arranged for her transportation to Durrës, where she boarded a Byzantine ship heading for Constantinople and returned safely to her father. John Van Antwerp Fine, "The Late


Vagnsson , his friend for the 4 Beads studio recording of his Beatles cover versions of "I Feel Fine", "While My Guitar Gently Weeps", "A Hard Day's Night (A Hard Day's Night (song))", "Eight Days a Week (Eight Days a Week (song))" Dietmar Moews: '' 4 Beads '', CD ER-TON records, 1992, Hanover and I'm Only Sleeping and by the support of Matthias Gawriloff, Clarinet, and others. First release of the stage

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and "a systematic breakdown" in the FAA's culture that resulted in "malfeasance, bordering on corruption." In 2008 the FAA proposed to fine Southwest $10.2 million for failing to inspect older planes for cracks, David Koenig, "Southwest Airlines faces $10.2 million fine" '' Mail Tribune

"EASTERN WILL PAY $9.5M FINE." ''Associated Press'', Washington D.C., 11 February 1987. Retrieved on 2010-03-16. which was the largest fine ever assessed against an airline until American Airlines was fined $24.2 million in 2010. "Record $24.2 million fine proposed for American Airlines." ''Reuters'', Washington D.C., 26 Aug. 2010

Aviation Administration fined Spirit Airlines $375,000 for violating the agency's consumer protection regulations. Frogameni, Bill. "Spirit Airlines hit with record fine." ''Atlanta Business Journal''. Friday September 18, 2009. Retrieved on September 20, 2009. On September 11, 2001, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) closed down U.S. airspace after a series of September 11

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