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"Q7185360-1"
"Philippine one hundred-peso note"
"The Philippine one hundred-peso note ( Filipino: "Sandaang Piso" ) ( ₱100 ) is a denomination of Philippine currency . "
"<triplet> Philippine one hundred-peso note <subj> 100 <obj> face value"
"Q7185360-2"
"Philippine one hundred-peso note"
"Philippine president Manuel A . Roxas is currently featured on the front side of the bill , while the Mayon Volcano and the whale shark ( locally known as "butanding" ) are featured on the reverse side . "
"<triplet> Manuel A. Roxas <subj> Philippine president <obj> position held"
"Q7185306-1"
"Philippine five hundred-peso note"
"The Philippine five hundred-peso note ( Filipino: "Limandaang Piso" ) ( ₱500 ) is a denomination of Philippine currency . "
"<triplet> Philippine five hundred-peso note <subj> 500 <obj> face value"
"Q7185306-3"
"Philippine five hundred-peso note"
"and his wife , President Corazon Aquino are currently featured on the front side of the note , while the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park and the blue-naped parrot are featured on the reverse side . "
"<triplet> Corazon Aquino <subj> President <obj> position held"
"Q7185363-1"
"Philippine one thousand-peso note"
"The Philippine one thousand-peso note ( Filipino: "Sanlibong Piso" ) ( ₱1000; PHP 1000 ) is a denomination of Philippine currency . "
"<triplet> Philippine one thousand-peso note <subj> 1000 <obj> face value"
"Q5684020-1"
"Havnar Róðrarfelag"
"Havnar Róðrarfelag is a Faroese rowing club in Tórshavn . "
"<triplet> Tórshavn <subj> Faroese <obj> country"
"Q7185399-1"
"Philippine two hundred-peso note"
"The Philippine two hundred-peso note ( Filipino: "Dalawandaang Piso" ) ( ₱200 ) is a denomination of Philippine currency . "
"<triplet> Philippine two hundred-peso note <subj> 200 <obj> face value"
"Q7185399-2"
"Philippine two hundred-peso note"
"Philippine president Diosdado Macapagal is currently featured on the front side of the note , and since 2017 , President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo's inauguration as the 14th President of the Philippines ( EDSA People Power II ) is on the lower-left side on the note just in front of the scene of the Declaration of Philippine Independence , and the scene of the opening of the Malolos Congress is also present on the obverse side of the note . "
"<triplet> Philippine president <subj> 14th President of the Philippines <obj> has list <triplet> Diosdado Macapagal <subj> Philippine president <obj> position held <triplet> President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo <subj> Philippine president <obj> position held"
"Q7757472-1"
"The Playtones"
"The Playtones is a Swedish 1950s rock n roll band formed in 2008 in Kallinge . "
"<triplet> The Playtones <subj> Swedish <obj> country of origin <subj> rock n roll <obj> genre <subj> 2008 <obj> inception <subj> Kallinge <obj> location of formation <triplet> rock n roll <subj> 1950 <obj> start time"
"Q7757472-3"
"The Playtones"
"It was called Boppin' Steve & The Playtones before 2008 . "
"<triplet> The Playtones <subj> 2008 <obj> work period (start)"
"Q7757472-5"
"The Playtones"
"2011 the band appeared in Melodifestivalen , the Swedish preselection for the Eurovision Song Contest . "
"<triplet> Melodifestivalen <subj> 2011 <obj> point in time"
"Q7317942-1"
"Revenge of the Titans"
"Revenge of the Titans is a tower defense/real-time strategy video game developed and published by Puppy Games . "
"<triplet> Revenge of the Titans <subj> tower defense <obj> genre <subj> real-time strategy <obj> genre <subj> Puppy Games <obj> developer <triplet> tower defense <subj> real-time strategy <obj> subclass of"
"Q6890637-1"
"Mogilyane Peak"
"Mogilyane Peak ( , ) is the rocky peak rising to 850 m in Erul Heights on Trinity Peninsula in Graham Land , Antarctica . "
"<triplet> Trinity Peninsula <subj> Graham Land <obj> part of <subj> Antarctica <obj> continent <triplet> Graham Land <subj> Antarctica <obj> continent"
"Q82442-1"
"Arsène Lupin, Gentleman Burglar"
"Arsène Lupin , Gentleman Burglar is the first collection of stories by Maurice Leblanc recounting the adventures of Arsène Lupin , released on 10 June 1907 . "
"<triplet> Arsène Lupin, Gentleman Burglar <subj> Maurice Leblanc <obj> author <triplet> Arsène Lupin <subj> Maurice Leblanc <obj> creator"
"Q2274353-1"
"United Nations Security Council Resolution 1957"
"United Nations Security Council Resolution 1957 , adopted unanimously on 15 December 2010 , after recognising positive developments in Iraq since the adoption of 661 ( 1990 ) , the Council lifted sanctions relating to weapons of mass destruction , long-range ballistic missiles , and the acquisition of nuclear weapons . "
"<triplet> United Nations Security Council Resolution 1957 <subj> 15 December 2010 <obj> publication date <triplet> 661 <subj> Security Council Resolution <obj> instance of"
"Q5378190-1"
"English Bicknor Castle"
"English Bicknor Castle was a castle in the village of English Bicknor in Gloucestershire , England . "
"<triplet> English Bicknor Castle <subj> English Bicknor <obj> located in the administrative territorial entity"
"Q7096824-1"
"Operation Blow to the Head"
"Operation Blow to the Head was a Yemeni military operation against the militants in the insurgent Yemeni town of Sa'dah in the Saada Governorate . "
"<triplet> Operation Blow to the Head <subj> Sa'dah <obj> location <triplet> Yemeni military <subj> Yemen <obj> country <triplet> Yemen <subj> Saada Governorate <obj> contains administrative territorial entity <triplet> Sa'dah <subj> Yemen <obj> country <subj> Saada Governorate <obj> located in the administrative territorial entity <triplet> Saada Governorate <subj> Yemen <obj> country"
"Q1988178-1"
"2011 Superstars Series"
"The 2011 Superstars Series season was the eighth year of the Superstars Series , an Italian-based touring car racing series , featuring the eighth edition of the Campionato Italiano Superstars ( Italian Superstars Championship ) and the fifth year of the International Superstars Series . "
"<triplet> Superstars Series <subj> touring car racing <obj> sport"
"Q7982220-1"
"Chen Wen-tsuen"
"Chen Wen-tsuen ( ; born 27 May 1948 ) is an ethnic Taiwanese computer scientist , a distinguished research fellow at the Academia Sinica and a lifelong national chair of the Ministry of Education , Taiwan . "
"<triplet> Chen Wen-tsuen <subj> 27 May 1948 <obj> date of birth <subj> computer scientist <obj> occupation <subj> Taiwan <obj> country of citizenship <triplet> ethnic Taiwanese <subj> Taiwan <obj> country <triplet> Academia Sinica <subj> Taiwan <obj> country <triplet> Ministry of Education <subj> Taiwan <obj> country"
"Q7982220-2"
"Chen Wen-tsuen"
"From 2006 to 2010 , he was the president of the National Tsing Hua University , a premier research university in Taiwan . "
"<triplet> National Tsing Hua University <subj> Taiwan <obj> country"
"Q4954122-1"
"Brad Meltzer's Decoded"
"Brad Meltzer's Decoded ( or simply Decoded ) was an American mystery and conspiracy theory investigation television series , produced by Go Go Luckey and Berman/Braun , that premiered December 2 , 2010 , on the History channel . "
"<triplet> Brad Meltzer's Decoded <subj> December 2, 2010 <obj> start time <subj> History <obj> original broadcaster"
"Q6873971-1"
"Miroslav Koev"
"Miroslav Koev ( ; born 22 April 1990 ) is a Bulgarian footballer who plays as a defender for Chernomorets Burgas . "
"<triplet> Miroslav Koev <subj> 22 April 1990 <obj> date of birth <subj> Bulgaria <obj> country of citizenship <subj> footballer <obj> sport <triplet> defender <subj> footballer <obj> sport <triplet> Chernomorets Burgas <subj> Bulgaria <obj> country <subj> footballer <obj> sport"
"Q1682717-1"
"Yani Pehlivanov"
"Yani Pehlivanov ( ; born 14 July 1988 ) is a Bulgarian footballer who plays as a midfielder for Etar Veliko Tarnovo . "
"<triplet> Yani Pehlivanov <subj> 14 July 1988 <obj> date of birth <subj> Bulgaria <obj> country of citizenship <triplet> midfielder <subj> footballer <obj> sport"
"Q4759143-1"
"Andrey Atanasov"
"Andrey Atanasov ( ; born 9 April 1987 ) is a Bulgarian footballer who currently plays as a forward for Dimitrovgrad . "
"<triplet> Andrey Atanasov <subj> Bulgaria <obj> country of citizenship <triplet> forward <subj> footballer <obj> sport <triplet> Dimitrovgrad <subj> Bulgaria <obj> country"
"Q7647018-1"
"Survakari Nunatak"
"Survakari Nunatak ( , ‘Nunatak Survakari’ \'nu-na-tak sur-va-'ka-ri\ ) is the rocky hill rising to 600 m in upper Sjögren Glacier , in the southeast foothills of Detroit Plateau on southern Trinity Peninsula in Graham Land , Antarctica . "
"<triplet> Trinity Peninsula <subj> Graham Land <obj> part of <triplet> Graham Land <subj> Antarctica <obj> continent"
"Q5982341-1"
"Ian McMahon"
"Ian McMahon ( born 7 October 1964 ) is an English footballer who played as a midfielder in the Football League . "
"<triplet> Ian McMahon <subj> footballer <obj> sport <triplet> Football League <subj> footballer <obj> sport"
"Q258643-1"
"Kevin van der Perren"
"Kevin van der Perren ( born 6 August 1982 ) is a Belgian former competitive figure skater . "
"<triplet> Kevin van der Perren <subj> 6 August 1982 <obj> date of birth <subj> figure skater <obj> sport"
"Q7050707-1"
"Nordic Journal of Linguistics"
"The Nordic Journal of Linguistics is a peer-reviewed academic journal concerned with all branches of linguistics , but paying particular attention to theoretical linguistics and languages used in the Nordic countries . "
"<triplet> academic journal <subj> peer-reviewed <obj> uses <triplet> theoretical linguistics <subj> linguistics <obj> part of"
"Q7115156-1"
"Oxcombe"
"Oxcombe is a small village in the civil parish of Maidenwell in the East Lindsey district of Lincolnshire , England . "
"<triplet> Maidenwell <subj> civil parish <obj> instance of <subj> East Lindsey <obj> located in the administrative territorial entity"
"Q5644735-1"
"Hamidullah Yosufzai"
"Hamidullah Yosufzai ( on 2 December 1981 in Kunduz , Afghanistan ) is an Afghan football goalkeeper who currently plays for Shaheen Asmayee F . C . "
"<triplet> Hamidullah Yosufzai <subj> 2 December 1981 <obj> date of birth <subj> Afghanistan <obj> country of citizenship <subj> Shaheen Asmayee F.C. <obj> member of sports team <triplet> Kunduz <subj> Afghanistan <obj> country <triplet> Afghanistan <subj> Kunduz <obj> contains administrative territorial entity <triplet> Shaheen Asmayee F.C. <subj> Afghanistan <obj> country"
"Q1953427-1"
"Muqadar Qazizadah"
"Muqadar Qazizadah ( born 11 September 1988 ) is an Afghan footballer who currently plays for Shaheen Asmayee F . C . "
"<triplet> Muqadar Qazizadah <subj> 11 September 1988 <obj> date of birth <subj> Shaheen Asmayee F.C. <obj> member of sports team"
"Q6711515-2"
"Lü Yongzhi"
"December 29 , 887 ) was a sorcerer late in the Chinese dynasty Tang Dynasty , who became trusted by Gao Pian the military governor ( "Jiedushi" ) of Huainan Circuit ( 淮南 , headquartered in modern Yangzhou , Jiangsu ) and became very powerful at Huainan , at one point becoming more powerful than Gao himself . "
"<triplet> Yangzhou <subj> Jiangsu <obj> located in the administrative territorial entity <triplet> Jiangsu <subj> Yangzhou <obj> contains administrative territorial entity"
"Q4762322-1"
"Angel in a Cage"
"Angel in a Cage is a public artwork by American artist Richard Pflieger located on Canal Street , which is in Milwaukee , Wisconsin , United States . "
"<triplet> Angel in a Cage <subj> Milwaukee, Wisconsin <obj> located in the administrative territorial entity <triplet> Milwaukee, Wisconsin <subj> American <obj> country"
"Q6320391-1"
"Jónsmessa"
"Jónsmessa , also known as Midsummer Night , is an Icelandic holiday celebrated on June 24 . "
"<triplet> holiday <subj> Iceland <obj> country"
"Q7055836-1"
"North Korea women's national handball team"
"The North Korea women's national handball team represents North Korea in international handball and is controlled by the Handball Association of the DPR Korea . "
"<triplet> North Korea women's national handball team <subj> North Korea <obj> country <subj> handball <obj> sport"
"Q7055836-2"
"North Korea women's national handball team"
"North Korea attended for the first time an international competition when they participated at the 2010 Asian Women's Handball Championship , where they finished fifth . "
"<triplet> 2010 Asian Women's Handball Championship <subj> 2010 <obj> point in time"
"Q2034446-2"
"Sukhoi S-54"
"All members of the family resemble the Sukhoi Su-27 in general form , or the Sukhoi Su-33 more closely , but built around a single example of the Saturn AL-31 engine instead of two , and scaled down accordingly to a smaller layout . "
"<triplet> Sukhoi Su-27 <subj> Saturn AL-31 <obj> powered by <triplet> Sukhoi Su-33 <subj> Saturn AL-31 <obj> powered by"
"Q6164440-1"
"Zakria Rezai"
"Zakria Rezai ( born 29 July 1989 ) is an Afghan footballer who plays for Ordu Kabul F . C . , football club from Afghanistan . "
"<triplet> Zakria Rezai <subj> 29 July 1989 <obj> date of birth <subj> footballer <obj> sport <subj> Ordu Kabul F.C. <obj> member of sports team <subj> Afghanistan <obj> country of citizenship <triplet> Ordu Kabul F.C. <subj> footballer <obj> sport <subj> Afghanistan <obj> country"
"Q3131329-1"
"Zohib Islam Amiri"
"Zohib Islam Amiri ( ; born 15 February 1990 ) sometimes also called Haroon Fakhruddin is a professional Afghan footballer who is a Midfielder and is currently playing for the Afghanistan national football team and Real Kashmir FC in the I League . "
"<triplet> Zohib Islam Amiri <subj> 15 February 1990 <obj> date of birth <subj> Afghan <obj> country of citizenship <subj> footballer <obj> sport <subj> Afghanistan national football team <obj> member of sports team <triplet> Midfielder <subj> footballer <obj> sport <triplet> Afghanistan national football team <subj> footballer <obj> sport <triplet> Real Kashmir FC <subj> footballer <obj> sport <triplet> I League <subj> footballer <obj> sport"
"Q7285999-1"
"Rajendra Mishra"
"Professor Rajendra Mishra ( 1919–1979 ) was an education pioneer and one of the founders of the first of the Indian Institutes of Technology ( IIT ) at IIT Kharagpur , in 1951 . "
"<triplet> IIT Kharagpur <subj> Indian Institutes of Technology <obj> instance of <subj> 1951 <obj> inception"
"Q7285999-12"
"Rajendra Mishra"
"In 2010 , IIT Kharagpur named its new engineering entrepreneurship center the "Rajendra Mishra School of Engineering Entrepreneurship" in honor of Mishra . "
"<triplet> Rajendra Mishra School of Engineering Entrepreneurship <subj> 2010 <obj> inception"
"Q5723597-1"
"Mujtaba Faiz"
"Mujtaba Faiz ( ; born 7 November 1982 in Kabul ) is an Afghan footballer who plays as a defender for Shaheen Asmayee in the Afghan Premier League . "
"<triplet> Mujtaba Faiz <subj> Kabul <obj> place of birth <subj> Afghan <obj> country of citizenship <subj> footballer <obj> sport <subj> defender <obj> position played on team / speciality <subj> Shaheen Asmayee <obj> member of sports team <triplet> Kabul <subj> Afghan <obj> country <triplet> Shaheen Asmayee <subj> Afghan <obj> country <subj> footballer <obj> sport <subj> Afghan Premier League <obj> league <triplet> Afghan Premier League <subj> Afghan <obj> country <subj> footballer <obj> sport"
"Q4993100-1"
"Lebanon men's national handball team"
"The Lebanon men's national handball team represents Lebanon in international handball . "
"<triplet> Lebanon men's national handball team <subj> Lebanon <obj> country <subj> handball <obj> sport"
"Q4023538-1"
"Sausapor"
"Sausapor ( alternates: Sansapor or Tandjong Sausapor ) is a small town and "kecamatan" ( administrative district ) in the Tambrauw Regency of West Papua , Indonesia . "
"<triplet> Sausapor <subj> Tambrauw Regency <obj> located in the administrative territorial entity <subj> Indonesia <obj> country <triplet> Sausapor <subj> Tambrauw Regency <obj> located in the administrative territorial entity <subj> Indonesia <obj> country <triplet> kecamatan <subj> Indonesia <obj> country <triplet> Tambrauw Regency <subj> West Papua <obj> located in the administrative territorial entity <subj> Indonesia <obj> country <triplet> West Papua <subj> Tambrauw Regency <obj> contains administrative territorial entity <subj> Indonesia <obj> country <triplet> Indonesia <subj> West Papua <obj> contains administrative territorial entity"
"Q2281878-1"
"Sidiq Walizada"
"Mohammad Sidiq Walizada ( born 25 September 1993 ) is an Afghan footballer who currently plays for v . v . Zuidland in the Netherlands , and Afghanistan national football team . "
"<triplet> Sidiq Walizada <subj> Afghanistan national football team <obj> member of sports team"
"Q4871451-1"
"Battle of Kismayo (2009)"
"The Battle of Kismayo ( 2009 ) erupted on 1 October 2009 , after the Islamist alliance occupying Kismayo , Somalia broke down . "
"<triplet> Battle of Kismayo (2009) <subj> 1 October 2009 <obj> start time <subj> Kismayo <obj> location <triplet> Kismayo <subj> Somalia <obj> country"
"Q5652403-1"
"Happy-Go-Luckies of Nature and Technology"
"Happy-Go-Luckies of Nature and Technology is a public artwork by German artist Guido Brink located on the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee campus , which is near Milwaukee , Wisconsin , United States . "
"<triplet> University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee <subj> Milwaukee, Wisconsin <obj> located in the administrative territorial entity"
"Q8017782-1"
"William Ross MacBrien"
"Air Marshal William Ross MacBrien , OBE , CD , RCAF ( 1913–1986 ) , commonly known as Bill MacBrien or Iron Bill , was a senior Royal Canadian Air Force officer during World War II and a senior commander in the 1950s and 60s . "
"<triplet> William Ross MacBrien <subj> Air Marshal <obj> military rank <triplet> RCAF <subj> World War II <obj> conflict <triplet> Royal Canadian Air Force <subj> World War II <obj> conflict"
"Q8017782-3"
"William Ross MacBrien"
"He joined the Royal Canadian Air Force in 1935 and during World War II he commanded a Canadian fighter sector in continental Europe . "
"<triplet> Royal Canadian Air Force <subj> World War II <obj> conflict"
"Q3475962-1"
"Jesuit formation"
"Jesuit formation , or the training of Jesuits , seeks to prepare candidates for the Roman Catholic Society of Jesus spiritually , academically and practically for the ministries they will be called to offer the Church and world . "
"<triplet> Society of Jesus <subj> Roman Catholic <obj> religion"
"Q4614350-1"
"2009 NAIA Football National Championship"
"The 2009 NAIA Football National Championship was played on December 19 , 2009 at Barron Stadium in Rome , Georgia . "
"<triplet> 2009 NAIA Football National Championship <subj> 2009 <obj> point in time"
"Q5565512-1"
"Masihullah Barakzai"
"Masihullah Barakzai ( born December 6 , 1990 ) is an Afghan footballer who currently plays for Afghan Premier F . C from U . S . . "
"<triplet> Masihullah Barakzai <subj> December 6, 1990 <obj> date of birth"
"Q7202052-10"
"Plastic Keys to Paradise"
"One such example comes from Marjane Satrapi's illustrated memoir "Persepolis" , wherein the author relates how she and her mother were shocked to learn from one of their neighbors in Tehran that gold painted plastic keys to paradise had been distributed to the boys in her son's school . "
"<triplet> Marjane Satrapi's <subj> "Persepolis" <obj> notable work <triplet> "Persepolis" <subj> Marjane Satrapi's <obj> author"
"Q5620914-1"
"Gusla Peak"
"Gusla Peak ( , ) is the peak rising to 1200 m in the southeast foothills of Detroit Plateau on Nordenskjöld Coast in Graham Land , Antarctica , at the NNW extremity of a narrow 3 . 9 km long rocky ridge surmounting Desudava Glacier to the north and east , Mundraga Bay to the southeast , and Boryana Glacier to the south . "
"<triplet> Nordenskjöld Coast <subj> Antarctica <obj> continent <triplet> Graham Land <subj> Antarctica <obj> continent"
"Q5274104-1"
"Diddy Wah Diddy"
""Diddy Wah Diddy" is a song written by Willie Dixon and Ellas McDaniel , known as Bo Diddley , and recorded by the latter in 1956 . "
"<triplet> Diddy Wah Diddy <subj> 1956 <obj> publication date"
"Q8035963-5"
"World Military Cross Country Championships"
"The competition attracts elite level long-distance runners who are members of their national military , with past winners including two-time world champion Saif Saaeed Shaheen , the 2008 Olympic champion Nancy Jebet Langat , and New York Marathon winner Jeļena Prokopčuka . "
"<triplet> Saif Saaeed Shaheen <subj> long-distance runners <obj> sports discipline competed in"
"Q19892567-1"
"Eastern Rebellion"
"Eastern Rebellion is an album by Eastern Rebellion led by pianist Cedar Walton which was recorded in late 1975 and became the first release on the Dutch Timeless label . "
"<triplet> Eastern Rebellion <subj> Cedar Walton <obj> performer <subj> Timeless <obj> record label <triplet> Eastern Rebellion <subj> Cedar Walton <obj> performer <subj> Timeless <obj> record label <triplet> Timeless <subj> 1975 <obj> inception"
"Q3816440-1"
"2011 AAMI Classic"
"The 2011 AAMI Classic will take place between 12–15 January 2011 , at the Kooyong Stadium in Melbourne , Australia . "
"<triplet> 2011 AAMI Classic <subj> 2011 <obj> point in time <triplet> AAMI Classic <subj> Melbourne <obj> location <triplet> Kooyong Stadium <subj> AAMI Classic <obj> occupant <subj> Australia <obj> country <triplet> Melbourne <subj> Australia <obj> country"
"Q6810308-1"
"Meirion Pennar"
"Dr Meirion Pennar ( 24 December 1944 – 9 December 2010 ) was a Welsh poet and academic , who translated two works of Welsh language literature . "
"<triplet> Meirion Pennar <subj> 24 December 1944 <obj> date of birth <subj> 9 December 2010 <obj> date of death"
"Q7931251-1"
"Vilém Přibyl"
"Vilém Přibyl ( born Náchod , 10 April 1925 – died Brno , 21 July 1990 ) was a Czech operatic tenor . "
"<triplet> Vilém Přibyl <subj> 10 April 1925 <obj> date of birth <subj> Brno <obj> place of death <subj> 21 July 1990 <obj> date of death"
"Q5992682-1"
"Ignatian spirituality"
"Ignatian spirituality , also known as Jesuit spirituality , is a Catholic spirituality founded on the experiences of the sixteenth-century saint Ignatius of Loyola , founder of the Jesuit order . "
"<triplet> Ignatian spirituality <subj> Ignatius of Loyola <obj> named after <subj> Jesuit order <obj> practiced by <triplet> Ignatius of Loyola <subj> Catholic <obj> religion <subj> Jesuit order <obj> religious order <triplet> Jesuit order <subj> Catholic <obj> religion <subj> Ignatius of Loyola <obj> patron saint"
"Q4977149-1"
"Bruce Bierman"
"Bruce Bierman is an American interior designer and president of Bruce Bierman Design , Inc . , based in New York City . "
"<triplet> Bruce Bierman <subj> American <obj> country of citizenship <triplet> Bruce Bierman <subj> American <obj> country of citizenship"
"Q4617909-1"
"2010 NAIA Football National Championship"
"The 2010 NAIA Football National Championship was played on December 18 , 2010 as the 55th Annual Russell Athletic NAIA Football National Championship . "
"<triplet> 2010 NAIA Football National Championship <subj> 2010 <obj> point in time"
"Q4617909-7"
"2010 NAIA Football National Championship"
"A total of sixteen teams participated in a single-elimination tournament from across the United States . "
"<triplet> single-elimination <subj> tournament <obj> subclass of"
"Q6916157-1"
"Moshe Shapiro"
"Moshe Shapiro ( October 1944 – 3 December 2013 ) was a chemist and physicist at the University of British Columbia . "
"<triplet> Moshe Shapiro <subj> October 1944 <obj> date of birth <subj> 3 December 2013 <obj> date of death <subj> University of British Columbia <obj> employer"
"Q4882699-1"
"Belgun Peak"
"Belgun Peak ( , ) is the ice-covered peak with precipitous , partly ice-free west slopes , rising to 1205 m in the northwest extremity of Trakiya Heights on Trinity Peninsula in Graham Land , Antarctica . "
"<triplet> Trinity Peninsula <subj> Graham Land <obj> part of <subj> Antarctica <obj> continent <triplet> Graham Land <subj> Antarctica <obj> continent"
"Q18053432-2"
"HEPACAM"
"The gene encodes a protein of 416 amino acids , designated as hepaCAM** , which is a new member of the immunoglobulin superfamily of cell adhesion molecules ( IgSF CAM ) . "
"<triplet> immunoglobulin superfamily <subj> cell adhesion molecule <obj> subclass of <triplet> IgSF CAM <subj> cell adhesion molecule <obj> subclass of"
"Q1170178-1"
"Gavdopoula"
"Gavdopoula ( , ) is an islet located north-west of its larger neighbour , Gavdos , in the Libyan Sea . "
"<triplet> Gavdos <subj> Libyan Sea <obj> location"
"Q5362204-1"
"Ilgar Ibrahimoglu"
"Ilgar Ibrahimoglu ( ; born 5 November 1973 ) is the chairman of DEVAMM ( the Centre for the Protection of Freedom of Conscience and Religion ) , Muslim scholar , imam of the "Juma" mosque in Icheri-Sheher and Chief Editor of "Deyerler ( Azerbaijan Islam News ) " news portal . "
"<triplet> Ilgar Ibrahimoglu <subj> 5 November 1973 <obj> date of birth"
"Q7366006-1"
"Ronnie Theseira"
"Professor Ronnie Ignatius Theseira , also known as Ronnie Theseira ( born 17 May 1930 ) is a founder of the Malaysian Fencing Masters Association and Malaysian former fencer Olympian . "
"<triplet> Ronnie Theseira <subj> 17 May 1930 <obj> date of birth"
"Q7366006-2"
"Ronnie Theseira"
"He competed in the individual foil , épée and sabre events at the 1964 Summer Olympics . "
"<triplet> 1964 Summer Olympics <subj> 1964 <obj> point in time"
"Q12716503-1"
"Lepitsa Peak"
"Lepitsa Peak ( , ) is the ice-covered peak rising to 1110 m in the northeast foothills of Detroit Plateau on Trinity Peninsula in Graham Land , Antarctica . "
"<triplet> Trinity Peninsula <subj> Graham Land <obj> part of <subj> Antarctica <obj> continent <triplet> Graham Land <subj> Antarctica <obj> continent"
"Q1543590-1"
"Grassy Hill Light"
"Grassy Hill Light , also known as Cooktown Light , is an active lighthouse located on Grassy Hill above Cooktown , Queensland , Australia , on the south side of the entrance to Endeavour River . "
"<triplet> Grassy Hill Light <subj> lighthouse <obj> instance of <subj> Queensland <obj> located in the administrative territorial entity <triplet> Cooktown <subj> Queensland <obj> located in the administrative territorial entity <triplet> Queensland <subj> Australia <obj> country <triplet> Australia <subj> Queensland <obj> contains administrative territorial entity <triplet> Endeavour River <subj> Queensland <obj> located in the administrative territorial entity"
"Q7767903-1"
"The Tailor and Ansty"
"The Tailor and Ansty is a 1942 book by Eric Cross about the life of the Irish tailor and storyteller , Timothy Buckley , and his wife Anastasia ( "Ansty" ) Buckley ( née McCarthy ) . "
"<triplet> The Tailor and Ansty <subj> Eric Cross <obj> author"
"Q7767903-3"
"The Tailor and Ansty"
""The Tailor and Ansty" was the subject of significant debate in 1942 in Seanad Éireann , Ireland's upper house , in which Buckley was accused of being "sex-obsessed" , and his wife of being a "moron" . "
"<triplet> Seanad Éireann <subj> upper house <obj> instance of"
"Q4928609-1"
"Blown 2 Completion"
"Blown 2 Completion is the third LP from Toronto punk band Brutal Knights , released in Canada through Deranged Records . "
"<triplet> Blown 2 Completion <subj> Brutal Knights <obj> performer <subj> Deranged Records <obj> record label <triplet> Brutal Knights <subj> Toronto <obj> location of formation <subj> punk <obj> genre <subj> Canada <obj> country of origin <subj> Deranged Records <obj> record label <triplet> Deranged Records <subj> Canada <obj> country"
"Q8003299-1"
"Willamette Park"
"Willamette Park is a city park of about in south Portland , in the U . S . state of Oregon . "
"<triplet> Willamette Park <subj> Portland <obj> located in the administrative territorial entity"
"Q5028426-1"
"Campmuir"
"Campmuir is a small village in the Perth and Kinross area of Scotland . "
"<triplet> Campmuir <subj> Perth and Kinross <obj> located in the administrative territorial entity"
"Q6370638-1"
"Karim Oumarou"
"Karim Oumarou ( born 7 January 1985 ) is a Nigerien football player . "
"<triplet> Karim Oumarou <subj> 7 January 1985 <obj> date of birth <subj> football <obj> sport"
"Q6370638-3"
"Karim Oumarou"
"He is the current captain of Sahel SC who play in the Niger Premier League . "
"<triplet> Sahel SC <subj> Niger Premier League <obj> league"
"Q6148606-1"
"Jan Boutmy"
"Jan Boutmy ( born 10 December 1930 ) is a Dutch Antillean fencer . "
"<triplet> Jan Boutmy <subj> 10 December 1930 <obj> date of birth"
"Q4699269-1"
"Ait Seghrouchen Berber"
"Ait Seghrouchen Berber , or Seghroucheni ( Seghrusheni ) , is a Zenati Berber language of the Eastern Middle Atlas Berber cluster . "
"<triplet> Ait Seghrouchen Berber <subj> Eastern Middle Atlas Berber <obj> subclass of <triplet> Eastern Middle Atlas Berber <subj> Zenati <obj> subclass of"
"Q3063320-1"
"2011 Men's Indoor Hockey World Cup"
"The 2011 Men's Indoor Hockey World Cup was the third edition of the Men's Indoor Hockey World Cup for men . "
"<triplet> 2011 Men's Indoor Hockey World Cup <subj> 2011 <obj> point in time"
"Q3063320-2"
"2011 Men's Indoor Hockey World Cup"
"It was played from 8 February through 13 February 2011 in Poznań , Poland . "
"<triplet> Poznań <subj> Poland <obj> country"
"Q8073033-1"
"Zlatolist Hill"
"Zlatolist Hill ( , ‘Halm Zlatolist’ \'h&lm zla-to-'list\ ) is the ice-covered hill rising to 956 m in the north foothills of Detroit Plateau on Trinity Peninsula in Graham Land , Antarctica . "
"<triplet> Trinity Peninsula <subj> Graham Land <obj> part of <subj> Antarctica <obj> continent <triplet> Graham Land <subj> Antarctica <obj> continent"
"Q7902960-1"
"Utopian Studies"
"Utopian Studies is a peer-reviewed academic journal that publishes articles on utopias and utopianism . "
"<triplet> academic journal <subj> peer-reviewed <obj> uses"
"Q7902960-2"
"Utopian Studies"
"The journal is published twice a year by the Penn State University Press on behalf of the Society for Utopian Studies . "
"<triplet> Utopian Studies <subj> Penn State University Press <obj> publisher"
"Q7902960-3"
"Utopian Studies"
"The Editor is Nicole Pohl of Oxford Brookes University , in the United Kingdom . "
"<triplet> Oxford Brookes University <subj> United Kingdom <obj> country"
"Q3642171-1"
"La rencontre"
"The Meeting or "Bonjour , Monsieur Courbet" ( French: "La rencontre , ou "Bonjour Monsieur Courbet"" ) is an 1854 painting by Gustave Courbet . "
"<triplet> La rencontre <subj> 1854 <obj> inception <subj> Gustave Courbet <obj> creator"
"Q3642171-2"
"La rencontre"
"The painting is traditionally interpreted as Courbet greeted by his patron Alfred Bruyas , his servant Calas , and his dog while traveling to Montpellier . "
"<triplet> Alfred Bruyas <subj> Montpellier <obj> work location"
"Q3642171-4"
"La rencontre"
""The Meeting" was exhibited in Paris at the 1855 Exhibition Universelle , where critics ridiculed it as "Bonjour , Monsieur Courbet" . "
"<triplet> 1855 Exhibition Universelle <subj> Paris <obj> located in the administrative territorial entity <subj> 1855 <obj> point in time"
"Q3642171-5"
"La rencontre"
"Bruyas did not exhibit "The Meeting" until he donated it to the Musée Fabre in Montpellier in 1868 . "
"<triplet> Musée Fabre <subj> Montpellier <obj> located in the administrative territorial entity"
"Q5702209-1"
"Helen Eugenia Hagan"
"Helen Eugenia Hagan ( 10 January 1891 – 6 March 1964 ) was an American pianist , music educator and composer of African descent . "
"<triplet> Helen Eugenia Hagan <subj> 6 March 1964 <obj> date of death"
"Q3486839-1"
"2006 Wales Rally GB"
"The 2006 Wales Rally GB was the final round of the 2006 World Rally Championship season . "
"<triplet> 2006 Wales Rally GB <subj> 2006 <obj> point in time <subj> 2006 World Rally Championship season <obj> part of <subj> 2006 <obj> point in time <triplet> 2006 World Rally Championship season <subj> 2006 <obj> point in time <subj> 2006 <obj> point in time"
"Q7145840-1"
"Patricia Skinner"
"Patricia Skinner ( born 12 May 1930 ) is a former fencer . "
"<triplet> Patricia Skinner <subj> 12 May 1930 <obj> date of birth"
"Q7145840-2"
"Patricia Skinner"
"She competed in the women's individual foil event at the 1964 Summer Olympics representing Northern Rhodesia . "
"<triplet> 1964 Summer Olympics <subj> 1964 <obj> point in time <triplet> Northern Rhodesia <subj> 1964 Summer Olympics <obj> participant in <subj> 1964 <obj> point in time"
"Q5240276-1"
"David Taro"
"David Taro is a Solomon Islands soccer defender . "
"<triplet> David Taro <subj> soccer <obj> sport <triplet> defender <subj> soccer <obj> sport"
"Q5240276-3"
"David Taro"
"He was part of 2010 FIFA World Cup qualifiers . "
"<triplet> 2010 FIFA World Cup <subj> 2010 <obj> point in time"
"Q7624154-1"
"Stripper Vicar"
""Stripper Vicar" is a song by Chester rock band Mansun released in 1996 . "
"<triplet> Stripper Vicar <subj> Mansun <obj> performer <triplet> Mansun <subj> Chester <obj> location of formation"
"Q7624154-6"
"Stripper Vicar"
""Stripper Vicar" and "An Open Letter To The Lyrical Trainspotter" were included on the group's début album , though the single was left off US editions . "
"<triplet> Stripper Vicar <subj> début album <obj> part of"
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Dataset Card for REBEL dataset

Dataset Summary

Dataset created for REBEL dataset from interlinking Wikidata and Wikipedia for Relation Extraction, filtered using NLI.

Supported Tasks and Leaderboards

  • text-retrieval-other-relation-extraction: The dataset can be used to train a model for Relation Extraction, which consists in extracting triplets from raw text, made of subject, object and relation type. Success on this task is typically measured by achieving a high F1. The BART) model currently achieves the following score: 74 Micro F1 and 51 Macro F1 for the 220 most frequent relation types.

Languages

The dataset is in English, from the English Wikipedia.

Dataset Structure

Data Instances

REBEL

  • Size of downloaded dataset files: 1490.02 MB
  • Size of the generated dataset: 1199.27 MB
  • Total amount of disk used: 2689.29 MB
{
  'id': 'Q82442-1',
  'title': 'Arsène Lupin, Gentleman Burglar',
  'context': 'Arsène Lupin , Gentleman Burglar is the first collection of stories by Maurice Leblanc recounting the adventures of Arsène Lupin , released on 10 June 1907 .',
  'triplets': '<triplet> Arsène Lupin, Gentleman Burglar <subj> Maurice Leblanc <obj> author <triplet> Arsène Lupin <subj> Maurice Leblanc <obj> creator'
}

The original data is in jsonl format and contains much more information. It is divided by Wikipedia articles instead of by sentence, and contains metadata about Wikidata entities, their boundaries in the text, how it was annotated, etc. For more information check the paper repository and how it was generated using the Relation Extraction dataset pipeline, cRocoDiLe.

Data Fields

List and describe the fields present in the dataset. Mention their data type, and whether they are used as input or output in any of the tasks the dataset currently supports. If the data has span indices, describe their attributes, such as whether they are at the character level or word level, whether they are contiguous or not, etc. If the datasets contains example IDs, state whether they have an inherent meaning, such as a mapping to other datasets or pointing to relationships between data points.

  • id: ID of the instance. It contains a unique id matching to a Wikipedia page and a number separated by a hyphen indicating which sentence of the Wikipedia article it is.
  • title: Title of the Wikipedia page the sentence comes from.
  • context: Text from Wikipedia articles that serves as context for the Relation Extraction task.
  • triplets: Linearized version of the triplets present in the text, split by the use of special tokens. For more info on this linearization check the paper.

Data Splits

Test and Validation splits are each 5% of the original data.

Provide the sizes of each split. As appropriate, provide any descriptive statistics for the features, such as average length. For example:

Tain Valid Test
Input Sentences 3,120,296 172,860 173,601
Input Sentences (top 220 relation types as used in original paper) 784,202 43,341 43,506
Number of Triplets (top 220 relation types as used in original paper) 878,555 48,514 48,852

Dataset Creation

Curation Rationale

This dataset was created to enable the training of a BART based model as pre-training phase for Relation Extraction as seen in the paper REBEL: Relation Extraction By End-to-end Language generation.

Source Data

Data comes from Wikipedia text before the table of contents, as well as Wikidata for the triplets annotation.

Initial Data Collection and Normalization

For the data collection, the dataset extraction pipeline cRocoDiLe: Automatic Relation Extraction Dataset with NLI filtering insipired by T-REx Pipeline more details found at: T-REx Website. The starting point is a Wikipedia dump as well as a Wikidata one.

After the triplets are extracted, an NLI system was used to filter out those not entailed by the text.

Who are the source language producers?

Any Wikipedia and Wikidata contributor.

Annotations

Annotation process

The dataset extraction pipeline cRocoDiLe: Automatic Relation Extraction Dataset with NLI filtering.

Who are the annotators?

Automatic annottations

Personal and Sensitive Information

All text is from Wikipedia, any Personal or Sensitive Information there may be present in this dataset.

Considerations for Using the Data

Social Impact of Dataset

The dataset serves as a pre-training step for Relation Extraction models. It is distantly annotated, hence it should only be used as such. A model trained solely on this dataset may produce allucinations coming from the silver nature of the dataset.

Discussion of Biases

Since the dataset was automatically created from Wikipedia and Wikidata, it may reflect the biases withing those sources.

For Wikipedia text, see for example Dinan et al 2020 on biases in Wikipedia (esp. Table 1), or Blodgett et al 2020 for a more general discussion of the topic.

For Wikidata, there are class imbalances, also resulting from Wikipedia.

Other Known Limitations

Not for now

Additional Information

Dataset Curators

Pere-Lluis Huguet Cabot - Babelscape and Sapienza University of Rome, Italy Roberto Navigli - Sapienza University of Rome, Italy

Licensing Information

Contents of this repository are restricted to only non-commercial research purposes under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0). Copyright of the dataset contents belongs to the original copyright holders.

Citation Information

Provide the BibTex-formatted reference for the dataset. For example:

@inproceedings{huguet-cabot-navigli-2021-rebel,
title = "REBEL: Relation Extraction By End-to-end Language generation",
author = "Huguet Cabot, Pere-Llu{\'\i}s  and
    Navigli, Roberto",
booktitle = "Findings of the Association for Computational Linguistics: EMNLP 2021",
month = nov,
year = "2021",
address = "Online and in the Barceló Bávaro Convention Centre, Punta Cana, Dominican Republic",
publisher = "Association for Computational Linguistics",
url = "https://github.com/Babelscape/rebel/blob/main/docs/EMNLP_2021_REBEL__Camera_Ready_.pdf",
}

Contributions

Thanks to @littlepea13 for adding this dataset.

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