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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "big little lies season 2 how many episodes" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Big Little Lies (TV series) series garnered several accolades. It received 16 Emmy Award nominations and won eight, including Outstanding Limited Series and acting awards for Kidman, Skarsgård, and Dern. The trio also won Golden Globe Awards in addition to a Golden Globe Award for Best Miniseries or Television Film win for the series. Kidman and Skarsgård also received Screen Actors Guild Awards for their performances. Despite originally being billed as a miniseries, HBO renewed the series for a second season. Production on the second season began in March 2018 and is set to premiere in 2019. All seven episodes are being written by Kelley" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Little People, Big World final minutes of the season two-A finale, \"Farm Overload\". A crowd had gathered around Jacob, who was lying on the ground near the trebuchet. The first two episodes of season two-B focus on the accident, and how the local media reacted to it. The first season of \"Little People, Big World\" generated solid ratings for TLC (especially in the important 18–49 demographic), leading to the show's renewal for a second season. Critical reviews of the series have been generally positive, citing the show's positive portrayal of little people. Conversely, other reviews have claimed that the show has a voyeuristic bend" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who sang waiting for a girl like you" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Waiting for a Girl Like You Waiting for a Girl Like You \"Waiting for a Girl Like You\" is a 1981 power ballad by the British-American rock band Foreigner. The distinctive synthesizer theme was performed by the then-little-known Thomas Dolby, and this song also marked a major departure from their earlier singles because their previous singles were mid to upper tempo rock songs while this song was a softer love song with the energy of a power ballad. It was the second single released from the album \"4\" (1981) and was co-written by Lou Gramm and Mick Jones. It has become one of the band's most" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Waiting for a Girl Like You held off the number 1 spot by Olivia Newton-John's single \"Physical\" for nine consecutive weeks, and then by Hall & Oates' \"I Can't Go for That (No Can Do)\" for a tenth week on January 30, 1982. Because of its chart longevity, it ended up being the number 19 song on the Top 100 singles of 1982. The song was the band's biggest hit until \"I Want to Know What Love Is\" hit number 1 in 1985. The song lists at number 100 on \"\"Billboard\"'s Greatest Songs of All Time\". Waiting for a Girl Like You \"Waiting for a Girl" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "where do you cross the arctic circle in norway" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Arctic Norway Arctic Norway Arctic Norway () comprises the northernmost parts of Norway that lie above the Arctic circle. Norway, being one of the most stretched-out countries in the world, reaches from approximately 58°N to 81°N, so large parts lie north of the Arctic circle at 66°33′. Arctic Norway consists of four geographically separated parts: The Arctic circle crosses mainland Norway at Saltfjellet, which separates Helgeland from the northern part of Nordland county. Thus about half of the county lies north of the Arctic circle, along with the whole of Troms and Finnmark counties. The total area of mainland Norway above the" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Arctic Circle Circle is divided among 8 countries: Norway, Sweden, Finland, Russia, the United States (Alaska), Canada (Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut), Denmark (Greenland) and Iceland (where it passes through the small offshore island of Grímsey). The climate inside the Arctic Circle is generally cold, but the coastal areas of Norway have a generally mild climate as a result of the Gulf Stream, which makes the ports of northern Norway and northwest Russia ice-free all year long. In the interior, summers can be quite warm, while winters are extremely cold. For example, summer temperatures in Norilsk, Russia will sometimes reach as high" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who is the main character in green eggs and ham" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Green Eggs and Ham (in a house, in a box, in a car, in a tree, on a train, in the dark, in the rain, on a boat) and dining partners (a mouse, a fox, and a goat). The friend finally gives in and tries the dish, just to make Sam “let him be”, and finds it quite tasty, happily responding, \"I do so like green eggs and ham. Thank you. Thank you, Sam-I-am.\" \"Green Eggs and Ham\" is one of Seuss's \"Beginner Books\", written in a very simple vocabulary for beginning readers. The vocabulary of the text consists of just 50 words and" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Fox in Socks Fox in Socks Fox in Socks is a children's book by Dr. Seuss, first published in 1965. It features two main characters, Fox (an anthropomorphic fox) who speaks almost entirely in densely rhyming tongue-twisters and Knox (a yellow anthropomorphic character) who has a hard time following up Fox's tongue-twisters until the end. The book in some ways bears a resemblance to \"Green Eggs and Ham\", another book by Dr. Seuss. Both stories contain two main characters: one who is stubborn and wants to be left alone; the other, a persistent and sometimes annoying opposite. The book begins by introducing Fox" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "do veins carry blood to the heart or away" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Vein Vein Veins are blood vessels that carry blood toward the heart. Most veins carry deoxygenated blood from the tissues back to the heart; exceptions are the pulmonary and umbilical veins, both of which carry oxygenated blood to the heart. In contrast to veins, arteries carry blood away from the heart. Veins are less muscular than arteries and are often closer to the skin. There are valves in most veins to prevent backflow. Veins are present throughout the body as tubes that carry blood back to the heart. Veins are classified in a number of ways, including superficial vs. deep, pulmonary" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Venae cavae superior vena cava (or cranial vena cava in animals) is above the heart, and forms from a convergence of the left and right brachiocephalic veins, which contain blood from the head and the arms. Venae cavae The venae cavae (; from the Latin for \"hollow veins\", singular \"vena cava\" ) are two large veins (venous trunks) that return deoxygenated blood from the body into the heart. In humans there are the superior vena cava and the inferior vena cava, and both empty into the right atrium. They are located slightly off-center, toward the right side of the body. The inferior" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who played charlie bucket in the original charlie and the chocolate factory" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Peter Ostrum on Call\", funded by Pfizer, highlighting the work of large animal veterinarians. Peter Ostrum Peter Gardner Ostrum (; born November 1, 1957) is an American veterinarian and former child actor whose only film role was as Charlie Bucket in the 1971 motion picture \"Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory\". Ostrum was 12 years old when selected by talent agents for \"Willy Wonka\". Though he enjoyed the experience of shooting the film, he opted not to sign a three-film contract when it was over. After eschewing a career in film and theatre, Ostrum became reluctant to speak about his one starring" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (franchise) the sequel to \"Charlie and the Chocolate Factory\", continuing the story of Charlie Bucket and Willy Wonka as they travel in the Great Glass Elevator. \"Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator\" was first published in the United States by Alfred A. Knopf in 1972, and in the United Kingdom by George Allen & Unwin in 1973. \"Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory\" is a 1971 musical film adaptation of the 1964 novel \"Charlie and the Chocolate Factory\" by Roald Dahl. It was directed by Mel Stuart, and starred Gene Wilder as Wonka. The film tells the story of Charlie Bucket" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "when does season 5 of bates motel come out" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Bates Motel (season 5) Bates Motel (season 5) The fifth and final season of \"Bates Motel\" premiered on February 20, 2017, and concluded on April 24, 2017. The season consisted of 10 episodes and aired on Mondays at 10 p.m. ET/PT on A&E. The series itself is described as a \"contemporary prequel\" to the 1960 film \"Psycho\", following the life of Norman Bates and his mother Norma prior to the events portrayed in the Hitchcock film. However, the final season of the series loosely adapts the plot of \"Psycho\". The series takes place in the fictional town of White Pine Bay, Oregon. The season" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Bates Motel (season 3) room. <onlyinclude></onlyinclude> The season has received positive reviews from television critics. It received 72 out of 100 from Metacritic, based on 5 television critic reviews, indicating \"generally favorable reviews\". Review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes reported that 11 out of 12 critical responses were positive, averaging a 92% rating. The site's consensus reads, \"\"Bates Motel\" further blurs lines around TV's creepiest taboo mother/son relationship, uncomfortably darkening its already fascinating tone.\" Overall, the third season averaged 1.80 million viewers, with a 0.7 ratings share in the 18–49 demographic. In its third season, \"Bates Motel\" was nominated for 10 awards, winning one. Bates" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "how many episodes are in series 7 game of thrones" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Game of Thrones (season 7) Game of Thrones (season 7) The seventh and penultimate season of the fantasy drama television series \"Game of Thrones\" premiered on HBO on July 16, 2017, and concluded on August 27, 2017. Unlike previous seasons that consisted of ten episodes each, the seventh season consisted of only seven. Like the previous season, it largely consisted of original content not found in George R. R. Martin's \"A Song of Ice and Fire\" series, while also incorporating material Martin revealed to showrunners about the upcoming novels in the series. The series was adapted for television by David Benioff and D. B. Weiss." ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Game of Thrones (season 7) Drama Series. <onlyinclude></onlyinclude> The recurring actors listed here are those who appeared in season 7. They are listed by the region in which they first appear. Series creators and executive producers David Benioff and D. B. Weiss serve as showrunners for the seventh season. The directors for the seventh season are Jeremy Podeswa (episodes 1 and 7), Mark Mylod (episodes 2 and 3), Matt Shakman (episodes 4 and 5) and Alan Taylor (episode 6). This marks Taylor's return to the series after an absence since the second season. Shakman is a first-time \"Game of Thrones\" director, with the rest each" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who is next in line to be the monarch of england" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Succession to the British throne Catholics are eligible. Queen Elizabeth II is the sovereign, and her heir apparent is her eldest son, Charles, Prince of Wales. Next in line after him is Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, the Prince of Wales's elder son. Third in line is Prince George, the eldest child of the Duke of Cambridge, followed by his sister, Princess Charlotte and younger brother, Prince Louis. Sixth in line is Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, the younger son of the Prince of Wales. Under the Perth Agreement, which came into effect in 2015, only the first six in line of succession require the" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Monarchy the Church of England, is required to be in communion with the Church, although all other former rules forbidding marriage to non-Protestants were abolished when equal primogeniture was adopted in 2013. In the case of the absence of children, the next most senior member of the collateral line (for example, a younger sibling of the previous monarch) becomes monarch. In complex cases, this can mean that there are closer blood relatives to the deceased monarch than the next in line according to primogeniture. This has often led, especially in Europe in the Middle Ages, to conflict between the principle of" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who is in charge of enforcing the pendleton act of 1883" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Pendleton Civil Service Reform Act to the presidency. Once in office, President Arthur pushed through legislation for civil reform. On January 16, 1883 Congress passed the Civil Service Act, which is sometimes referred to as the Pendleton Act after Senator George H. Pendleton of Ohio, one of the primary sponsors. The Act was written by Dorman Bridgman Eaton, a staunch opponent of the patronage system who was later first chairman of the United States Civil Service Commission. However, the law would also prove to be a major political liability for Arthur. The law offended machine politicians, or politicians who belong to a small clique that" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Pendleton Civil Service Reform Act Pendleton Civil Service Reform Act The Pendleton Civil Service Reform Act (ch. 27, ) is a United States federal law enacted in 1883 that mandated that positions within the federal government should be awarded on the basis of merit instead of political affiliation. The act provided selection of government employees by competitive exams, rather than ties to politicians or political affiliation. It also made it illegal to fire or demote government officials for political reasons and prohibited soliciting campaign donations on Federal government property. To enforce the merit system and the judicial system, the law also created the United States" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "why was there so much interest in cuba both before and after the civil war" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Spanish–American War American Civil War and Cuba's Ten Years' War, U.S. businessmen began monopolizing the devalued sugar markets in Cuba. In 1894, 90% of Cuba's total exports went to the United States, which also provided 40% of Cuba's imports. Cuba's total exports to the U.S. were almost twelve times larger than the export to her mother country, Spain. U.S. business interests indicated that while Spain still held political authority over Cuba, economic authority in Cuba, acting-authority, was shifting to the US. The U.S. became interested in a trans-isthmus canal either in Nicaragua, or in Panama, where the Panama Canal would later be" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Manifest destiny in a limited area\". In July 1848, Alexander Stephens denounced President Polk's expansionist interpretation of America's future as \"mendacious\". In the mid‑19th century, expansionism, especially southward toward Cuba, also faced opposition from those Americans who were trying to abolish slavery. As more territory was added to the United States in the following decades, \"extending the area of freedom\" in the minds of southerners also meant extending the institution of slavery. That is why slavery became one of the central issues in the continental expansion of the United States before the Civil War. Before and during the Civil War both sides" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "when did veterans day start being called veterans day" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Veterans Day from Kansas, signed the bill into law on May 26, 1954. It had been eight and a half years since Weeks held his first Armistice Day celebration for all veterans. Congress amended the bill on June 1, 1954, replacing \"Armistice\" with \"Veterans,\" and it has been known as Veterans Day since. The National Veterans Award was also created in 1954. Congressman Rees of Kansas received the first National Veterans Award in Birmingham, Alabama, for his support offering legislation to make Veterans Day a federal holiday. Although originally scheduled for celebration on November 11 of every year, starting in 1971 in" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "National Vietnam War Veterans Day Veterans Day. The proclamation called \"upon all Americans to observe this day with appropriate programs, ceremonies, and activities that commemorate the 50 year anniversary of the Vietnam War.\" National Vietnam War Veterans Day National Vietnam War Veterans Day is a US holiday observed annually on March 29. It recognizes veterans who served in the US military during the Vietnam War. It should not be confused with Veterans Day. On March 28, 2017, President Donald J. Trump signed the \"Vietnam War Veterans Recognition Act of 2017\". This act officially recognizes March 29 as National Vietnam War Veterans Day. The Act also" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "when did big air snowboarding become an olympic sport" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Snowboarding at the Winter Olympics down a course with jumps, beams and other obstacles. On July 11, 2011, the International Olympic Committee's Executive Board approved the addition of Ski and Snowboard Slopestyle to the Winter Olympics roster of events, effective in 2014. The decision was announced via press conference from the IOC's meeting in Durban, South Africa. A fifth event, parallel slalom, was added only for 2014. Big air was added for 2018. Six athletes have won at least two medals. Shaun White of the United States is the only triple gold medalist. Philipp Schoch of Switzerland and Seth Wescott of the United States are" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Sébastien Toutant Sébastien Toutant Sébastien Toutant (born November 9, 1992) is a Canadian snowboarder. He is reigning Olympic champion in the men's big air snowboarding event which made its debut at those games. Toutant was twice the gold medal winner in slopestyle at the X Games in 2011 and 2013. He has won an additional two silver medals plus a bronze in slopestyle and big air events at the X Games bringing his total medals in the competition to five. Starting snowboarding at age nine, Toutant got into the sport when he broke his skis and borrowed his brother's old snowboard. Toutant's" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who played in the most world series games" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "World Series became the 11th team to lose the World Series in consecutive seasons. In the American League, the New York Yankees have played in 40 World Series and won 27, the Philadelphia/Kansas City/Oakland Athletics have played in 14 and won 9, and the Boston Red Sox have played in 14 and won 9, including the first World Series. In the National League, the St. Louis Cardinals have appeared in 19 and won 11, the New York/San Francisco Giants have played in 20 and won 8, the Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers have appeared in 20 and won 6, and the Cincinnati Reds have" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Games World became the series' most popular character. Other characters over the first year included Master Moriarty - a stuck-up schoolboy, The Games Messiah, Letty Edwards, the Ninja and The Executioner; the latter 3 were all dropped for Series Two. Barry won the majority of his games (primarily Sonic 2) as did Moriarty. Series 2 saw the return of Barry, along with Master Moriarty and the Games Messiah (now played by a different actor). The most notable new Videators were Mr Mathers, who after a shaky start found his feet and went on a winning streak, and Persian Prince of Perfection, who" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who sings i ca n 't stop this feeling anymore" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Can't Fight This Feeling episode of The Goldbergs. In 2016, the song was used in the UK and US on adverts for Sheba cat food. REO Speedwagon Can't Fight This Feeling \"Can't Fight This Feeling\" is a power ballad performed by the American rock band REO Speedwagon. The single remained at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart for three consecutive weeks from March 9 to March 23, 1985. The song first appeared on REO Speedwagon's 1984 album \"Wheels Are Turnin'\". It was the group's second number-one hit on the U.S. charts (the first being 1981's \"Keep on Loving You\", also written by" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Naughty Girl (Beyoncé song) for a one-night stand. This \"lustful sexual confidence\" is further demonstrated in the lyrics of the first verse: \"I'm feeling sexy / Wa[nt to] hear you say my name, boy/ If you can reach me, you can feel my burning flame / Feeling kind of N A S T Y / I might just take you home with me\" and the chorus lines: \" Tonight I'll be your naughty girl / I'm callin' all my girls / We're gonna turn this party out / I know you want my body.\" Throughout the song, Beyoncé sings the lines \"I'd love to" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who is the sister of for king and country" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "For King & Country (band) in 1991, after their father's job relocation. Their father was a music promoter, and Joel recalls, \"going to these rock concerts, sitting on my father's shoulders, plugging my ears...Honestly, in a lot of ways I feel like music chose me and as I grew older, I made a clear decision to fully lean into it.\" The Smallbones are the younger brothers of Christian recording artist and speaker Rebecca St. James, and the brothers-in-law of Jacob Fink, former bassist for the band Foster the People. They were raised with another sister, Libby, and three other brothers, Ben, Dan, and Josh. On" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "For King & Country (band) For King & Country (band) For King & Country, stylized as for KING & COUNTRY and formerly known as Joel & Luke as well as Austoville, is a Christian pop duo composed of Australian brothers Joel (born 5 June 1984) and Luke Smallbone (born 22 October 1986). The Nashville-based brothers' 2012 debut record \"Crave\" has received praise, and the brothers were declared by \"Billboard\" as one of the \"New Artists To Watch\" for 2012. \"American Songwriter\" described them as \"Australia's answer to Coldplay.\" During high school, the brothers supplied background vocals and other supporting roles for their sister, Rebecca St." ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who developed the first periodic table with 8 columns" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "History of the periodic table the Periodic Law for the chemical elements\". He contributed the word 'periodic' in chemistry. The Russian chemist Dmitri Mendeleev was the first scientist to make a periodic table similar to the one used today. Mendeleev arranged the elements by atomic mass, corresponding to relative molar mass. It is sometimes said that he played 'chemical solitaire' on long train journeys, using cards with various facts about the known elements. On March 6, 1869, Mendeleev gave a formal presentation, \"The Dependence Between the Properties of the Atomic Weights of the Elements\", to the Russian Chemical Society. In 1869, the table was published" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Group (periodic table) names to mean different things. The new system simply numbers the groups increasingly from left to right on the standard periodic table. The IUPAC proposal was first circulated in 1985 for public comments, and was later included as part of the 1990 edition of the \"Nomenclature of Inorganic Chemistry\". Group (periodic table) In chemistry, a group (also known as a family) is a column of elements in the periodic table of the chemical elements. There are 18 numbered groups in the periodic table, and the f-block columns (between groups 3 and 4) are not numbered. The elements in a group" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who plays skyler on lab rats elite force" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Lab Rats: Elite Force \"Lab Rats: Elite Force\" is created by Chris Peterson and Bryan Moore, the duo who created \"Lab Rats\". It is produced by Britelite Productions and It's a Laugh Productions for Disney XD. On September 3, 2015, it was announced that \"Lab Rats\" and \"Mighty Med\" would have a joint spinoff series called \"Lab Rats: Elite Force\". Only William Brent, formerly credited as Billy Unger, and Kelli Berglund from \"Lab Rats\" and Bradley Steven Perry, Jake Short, and Paris Berelc from \"Mighty Med\" were announced as returning for the new spinoff series. Production on the series began in October 2015. It" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Lab Rats: Elite Force was subsequently announced that \"Lab Rats: Elite Force\" would premiere on Disney XD broadcast services on March 2, 2016, and will be available for earlier viewing on the channel's video-on-demand services on February 29, 2016. In October 2016, actress Kelli Berglund reported on Twitter that there would not be a second season of \"Lab Rats: Elite Force\". The series premiered in Canada on Disney XD on March 2, 2016, and on Disney Channel on March 6, 2016. On October 13, 2016, series co-creator Bryan Moore posted on Twitter that there would be a \"Lab Rats\" marathon followed by the finale" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "when is season seven of game of thrones coming out" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Game of Thrones (season 7) Game of Thrones (season 7) The seventh and penultimate season of the fantasy drama television series \"Game of Thrones\" premiered on HBO on July 16, 2017, and concluded on August 27, 2017. Unlike previous seasons that consisted of ten episodes each, the seventh season consisted of only seven. Like the previous season, it largely consisted of original content not found in George R. R. Martin's \"A Song of Ice and Fire\" series, while also incorporating material Martin revealed to showrunners about the upcoming novels in the series. The series was adapted for television by David Benioff and D. B. Weiss." ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Game of Thrones: Season 6 (soundtrack) Game of Thrones: Season 6 (soundtrack) The soundtrack album of the sixth season of HBO series \"Game of Thrones\", titled Game of Thrones: Season 6, was released digitally on June 24, 2016, and later released on CD on July 29, 2016. The album reached No. 1 on the \"Billboard\"s Soundtracks chart, and the track from the season finale \"Light of the Seven\" reached No. 1 on \"Billboard\"s Spotify Viral 50 chart. The \"Light of the Seven\" is the first time piano is used in the music for \"Game of Thrones\". The album was composed by Ramin Djawadi. The soundtrack has" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "when did roller derby first appear in the press" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "History of roller derby three decades. Among these races was an 8.5-mile roller marathon organized in 1908 by a group of Chicago rink owners, a 24-hour endurance championship held in Milwaukee in 1913, and a 24-hour banked track race held at Madison Square Garden in 1914. \"The New York Times\" noted that the crowd at Madison Square Garden enjoyed the sudden sprints and spills during the event's preliminary races. The term \"derby\", meaning a race or multi-race event, appeared in the press as early as 1922, when the \"Chicago Tribune\" announced and reported on the results of two \"roller derby\" events held that year." ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Canberra Roller Derby League Bayliss in 666 ABC's studio to teach him how to block. The pair also discussed the Canberra Roller Derby League on his show. The league was one of several Australian based teams to appear in the movie, \"This Is Roller Derby\". Canberra Roller Derby League The Canberra Roller Derby League (CRDL) is a Canberra-based all-women's roller derby league. It was created in 2008, with the first bouts occurring in 2009. Skaters joined the league during \"Fresh Meat\" and \"Boot Camp\" intakes, where they learn skating and derby skills before appearing in bouts nine to twelve months later. Canberra currently holds" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "if there is a random change in the genetics of a small population it is termed" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Hardy–Weinberg principle and for the heterozygotes. In the absence of selection, mutation, genetic drift, or other forces, allele frequencies \"p\" and \"q\" are constant between generations, so equilibrium is reached. The principle is named after G. H. Hardy and Wilhelm Weinberg, who first demonstrated it mathematically. Hardy's paper was focused on debunking the then-commonly held view that a dominant allele would automatically tend to increase in frequency; today, confusion between dominance and selection is less common. Today, tests for Hardy-Weinberg genotype frequencies are used primarily to test for population stratification and other forms of non-random mating. Consider a population of monoecious diploids," ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Genetic diversity human-caused population effects. A genetic bottleneck can occur when a population goes through a period of low number of individuals, resulting in a rapid decrease in genetic diversity. Even with an increase in population size, the genetic diversity often continues to be low if the entire species began with a small population, since beneficial mutations (see below) are rare, and the gene pool is limited by the small starting population. This is an important consideration in the area of conservation genetics, when working toward a rescued population or species that is genetically-healthy. Random mutations consistently generate genetic variation. A mutation" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who played the eldest daughter in the sound of music" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Charmian Carr Charmian Carr Charmian Carr (born Charmian Anne Farnon; December 27, 1942 – September 17, 2016) was an American actress and singer best known for her role as Liesl, the eldest Von Trapp daughter in the 1965 film version of \"The Sound of Music\". Carr was born Charmian Anne Farnon in Chicago, Illinois, the second child of vaudeville actress Rita Oehmen and musician Brian Farnon. The couple divorced in 1957. She had two sisters, both actresses (Shannon Farnon and Darleen Carr). Her family moved to Los Angeles when she was 10. While a student at San Fernando High School, Carr was" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "First Impressions (musical) uncredited Herbert Ross. Fifteen-year-old Lauri Peters, who played Kitty Bennet, left a good enough first impression on Richard Rodgers that he invited her to audition for his next show, \"The Sound of Music\". Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II cast her in the role of Liesl, the eldest daughter, in the 1959 original Broadway production of \"The Sound of Music\". Peters shared a Tony Award nomination for the role, and stayed with the show for two years. Like the novel, the musical is concerned primarily with the rocky courtship between Elizabeth Bennet, a poor gentleman's daughter with four sisters, and Mr." ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who played all the carly 's on general hospital" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Carly Corinthos Carly Corinthos Carly Corinthos is a fictional character from \"General Hospital\", a soap opera on the ABC network, currently portrayed by Laura Wright since 2005. A collaborative effort between the writers, Carly — originally played by Sarah Joy Brown (1996–2001) — was introduced under executive producer Wendy Riche. A \"love to hate\" character who brings excitement to storylines because of her devious ways, Carly is the illegitimate daughter of former bad girl turned heroine, Bobbie Spencer (Jacklyn Zeman). Carly seduces her mother's husband for revenge. Throughout the 2000s, Carly, then Tamara Braun (2001–05) goes on to become one of the" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Carly Schroeder announced that Schroeder would return as Serena Baldwin to \"General Hospital\" to honor the late Peter Hansen, who had died in April 2017, who had portrayed her grandfather, Lee Baldwin. Carly Schroeder Carly Brook Schroeder (born October 18, 1990) is an American film and television actress. She is best known for playing Serena Baldwin, the daughter of Scotty Baldwin and Lucy Coe in the \"General Hospital\" spin-off \"Port Charles\". She also had a recurring role on the Disney Channel's \"Lizzie McGuire\". In 2007, she played the lead in \"Gracie\", a film inspired by a real-life tragedy during the childhood of" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "an object that has mass and occupies space is known as" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Matter Matter In the classical physics and in the chemistry of things of everyday life, matter is any substance that has mass and takes up space by having volume. All everyday objects that we can touch are ultimately composed of atoms, which are made up of interacting subatomic particles, and in everyday as well as scientific usage, \"matter\" generally includes atoms and anything made up of them, and any particles (or combination of particles) that act as if they have both rest mass and volume. However it does not include massless particles such as photons, or other energy phenomena or waves" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Four-dimensionalism conclusion about fusions.2 ... The Principle of Universal Fusions (PUF): Every class of objects has a fusion.\" Four-dimensionalism In philosophy, four-dimensionalism (also known as the \"doctrine of temporal parts\") is an ontological position that an object's persistence through time is like its extension through space. Thus, an object that exists in time has temporal parts in the various subregions of the total region of time it occupies, just like an object that exists in a region of space has at least one part in every subregion of that space. Four-dimensionalists typically argue for treating time as analogous to space, usually" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who sang the original blinded by the light" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Blinded by the Light Blinded by the Light \"Blinded by the Light\" is a song written and recorded by Bruce Springsteen, which first appeared on his 1973 debut album \"Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J.\" A cover by British rock band Manfred Mann's Earth Band reached number one on the \"Billboard\" Hot 100 in the United States in February 1977 and was also a top ten hit in the United Kingdom, New Zealand, and Canada. It has also been covered by The Eagles of Death Metal which was in the movie \"Super Troopers 2\". The song came about when Columbia president Clive Davis, upon listening" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Trick of the Light (The Who song) in 1989, with Townshend originally on electric guitar on the two Toronto dates in June and acoustic guitar for the rest of the tour. It was disliked by Roger Daltrey, who thought that although it had clever lyrics, it was too long. On the original recording and in its 1979/1980 performances, Daltrey sang the lead vocal; in 1989 Entwistle sang it. \"Trick of the Light\" was included in the two-disc edition of \"The Who Hits 50!\". Trick of the Light (The Who song) \"Trick of the Light\" is a song written by bassist John Entwistle for The Who's eighth studio" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who is the yellow rose of texas named after" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Emily D. West Rose of Texas legend was Emily West de Zavala. There is no contemporary or primary evidence that Emily D. West and Emily de Zavala were the same person. Emily D. West Emily D. West (c.1815–1891), also known as Emily Morgan, is a folk heroine whose legendary activities during the Texas Revolution have come to be identified with the song \"The Yellow Rose of Texas\". West was a free woman of color, of mixed race, or a \"high yellow\". She was born in New Haven, Connecticut. In 1835 she was contracted to James Morgan in New York to work as an" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Yellow Rose of Texas Award highest award bestowed on women by the Texas Governor. The award name, \"Yellow Rose of Texas,\" was chosen by Governor Shivers to honor the woman known by that name, Emily Morgan, who as a 20-year-old slave, according to legend, was instrumental in the victory of the Battle of San Jacinto, which, reportedly lasted 18 minutes, which, in turn, sealed the fate for Texas independence. The Texas Rose Festival in Tyler has named a Rose Queen since its inception in 1933, and historically, the title was \"Miss Yellow Rose of Texas.\" In 1955, band leader Mitch Miller and His Orchestra recorded" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who sings the song i can see clearly now the rain is gone" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "I Can See Clearly Now I Can See Clearly Now \"I Can See Clearly Now\" is a song originally recorded by Johnny Nash. It was a single from the album of the same name and achieved success in the United States and the United Kingdom when it was released in 1972, reaching number one on the \"Billboard\" Hot 100 chart. It was covered by many artists throughout the years, including a 1993 hit version by Jimmy Cliff, who re-recorded the song for the motion picture soundtrack of \"Cool Runnings,\" where it reached the top 20 at No. 18 on the \"Billboard\" Hot 100. After Nash" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "See No More We’ve all been there and can relate. Towards the end of the song, during the bridge, Jonas sings, over a looped beat, “I used to be afraid of letting go / Right now I need you to set me free/ I can see it in your eyes” and “I don’t wanna see no more” as he still tries to expunge his brain from the memory of the one who has inflicted misery on his heart. Joe sings over scattered beeps, cinematic strings and a raspy R&B drumbeat - neatly side-stepping the feather-light pop-rock sound synonymous with his siblings.\" Sarah Maloy" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who was the rfc editor until 1998 just provide the family name" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "History of the Internet California. ISI's Jonathan Postel managed the IANA, served as RFC Editor and performed other key roles until his premature death in 1998. As the early ARPANET grew, hosts were referred to by names, and a HOSTS.TXT file would be distributed from SRI International to each host on the network. As the network grew, this became cumbersome. A technical solution came in the form of the Domain Name System, created by ISI's Paul Mockapetris in 1983. The Defense Data Network—Network Information Center (DDN-NIC) at SRI handled all registration services, including the top-level domains (TLDs) of .mil, .gov, .edu, .org, .net, .com" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "London Cornish RFC London Cornish RFC London Cornish RFC is a rugby union club which was originally formed for Cornish exiles in London, England. It was established in 1962 by a group who met in Fleet Street's Cock Tavern, and were originally known as the ″Cornish Exiles″. The club changed its name to ″London Cornish″ shortly thereafter and played occasional fixtures in a variety of locations until moving to the current ground, the Richardson Evans Memorial Playing Fields just off the A3 and the current venue for the Rosslyn Park 7s.These grounds have been rented to the club ever since by Wimbledon and" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "what is the number 1 sport in the usa" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Sports in the United States $69 billion, roughly 50% larger than that of all of Europe, the Middle East, and Africa combined. All four enjoy wide-ranging domestic media coverage and are considered the preeminent leagues in their respective sports in the world, although American football does not have a substantial following in other nations. Three of those leagues have teams that represent Canadian cities, and all four are the most financially lucrative sports leagues of their sport. Major League Soccer (MLS), which also includes teams based in Canada, is sometimes included in a \"top five\" of leagues. Professional teams in all major sports in the" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "USA Baseball 17U National Team Development Programs. The organization is responsible for the continued proliferation and health of the sport, and leads a number of amateur initiatives through its Sport Development department, including Play Ball and Pitch Smart. USA Baseball also presents the Golden Spikes Award annually to the top amateur baseball player in the country and is responsible for creating the USABat standard. In 1978, the Amateur Sports Act of 1978 established the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) and provided for national governing bodies to be created for each Olympic sport. Since then, USA Baseball has been the national governing body" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who plays cullen bohannon in hell on wheels" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Anson Mount Anson Mount Anson Adams Mount IV (born February 25, 1973) is an American actor. He portrayed the fictional character Cullen Bohannon in the AMC western drama series \"Hell on Wheels\". He was also cast in the role of Jim Steele on the short-lived NBC series \"Conviction\" and appeared in the film \"Tully\" (2000). In 2017, he portrayed the Marvel Comics superhero Black Bolt in \"Marvel's Inhumans\". On April 9, 2018, it was announced that Mount will have a recurring role as Captain Christopher Pike of the USS \"Enterprise\" in season 2 of \"\". Mount was born in Mount Prospect, Illinois" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Hell on Wheels (TV series) Hell on Wheels (TV series) Hell on Wheels is an American Western television series about the construction of the First Transcontinental Railroad across the United States. The series, which featured Anson Mount, Colm Meaney, Common, and Dominique McElligott, chronicled the Union Pacific Railroad and its laborers, mercenaries, prostitutes, surveyors, and others who lived, worked, and died in the mobile encampment, called \"Hell on Wheels\", that followed the railhead west across the Great Plains. In particular, the story focused on Cullen Bohannon (Mount), a former Confederate soldier who, while working as foreman and chief engineer on the railroad, initially attempted to" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "when does the new pokemon movie come out" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Pokémon the Movie: I Choose You! the ending is titled by Asuca Hayashi. Ed Goldfarb, the composer for the North American adaptations of the anime beginning with \"Pokémon: XY\", along with frequent collaborators Akhil Gopal and Kc Daugirdas, composed a new background score for the film's North American release. The movie premiered at Japan Expo in France on July 6, 2017, and officially released in Japanese theaters on July 15, 2017. Advanced pre-orders the movie tickets across limited time periods (from September 19 to October 30, 2017) allowed moviegoers to receive a serial code to obtain one of the six special Pikachu in \"Pokémon Sun\" and" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Unown telepathic contact with other beings. If multiple Unown come together, their power increases, which is shown in \"\", where a large cluster of Unown come together and are able to bend reality. Unown's only known move in battle is \"Hidden Power\", an attack whose type depends on the individual values of the user. While only thirteen other Pokemon learn the move by level as Unown does, due to the move's TM, almost all Pokemon can learn it. In the movie, Professor Oak studies a new pair of Unown, which are actually modelled after Cyrillic. Unown does not evolve and weighs" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "how many oar athletes are in the olympics" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Olympic Athletes from Russia at the 2018 Winter Olympics stored samples. Only if these requirements were met would the athletes be considered for invitation to the Games. None of the athletes who had been sanctioned by the Oswald Commission were still in the pool at this stage. The final number of neutral Russian athletes invited to compete was 169 and, after speed skater Olga Graf dropped out, the eventual total was 168. In the past, the Russian president Vladimir Putin and other officials had stated that it would be an embarrassment for Russia if its athletes were not allowed to compete under the Russian flag. However, his spokesman later" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Doping in Russia Russian population opposed participation in the Winter Olympics under a neutral flag. Many Russians believed that the IOC was retaliating against Russia for their discriminatory anti-gay law which provoked considerable controversy with the IOC during the 2014 Winter Olympics when it was hosted in Sochi, Russia. In January 2018, it was reported that all leading Russian athletes avoided meeting doping officers and passing anti-doping tests in a track and field competition in Irkutsk. During the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics in February 2018, two Russian athletes from the Olympic Athletes from Russia (OAR) delegation failed doping tests and were disqualified: curler Aleksandr" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who won the nrl grand final in 2015" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "2015 NRL Grand Final 2015 NRL Grand Final The 2015 NRL Grand Final was the conclusive and premiership-deciding game of the 2015 NRL season and was played on Sunday 4 October at Sydney's ANZ Stadium between the Brisbane Broncos and North Queensland Cowboys. North Queensland won the match 17–16 in golden point extra time, claiming their first premiership title in their twentieth year of competition. Due to its dramatic ending, the match has been regarded as one of the greatest grand finals in rugby league history, drawing comparisons with the 1989 NSWRL Grand Final and the 1997 ARL Grand Final. Cowboys co-captain Johnathan Thurston," ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "2015 NRL State Championship won the QLD Cup by defeating the Townsville Blackhawks 32-20 in the Grand Final. 2015 NRL State Championship The 2015 NRL State Championship was a rugby league match held between the winners of the 2015 New South Wales Cup and the 2015 Queensland Cup. It was the second edition of the State Championship, following the inaugural 2014 edition, and was played on 4 October 2015, as a curtain raiser to the 2015 NRL Grand Final. The Ipswich Jets won the match, defeating the Newcastle Knights 26-12. For the 2015 NRL State Championship, The Newcastle Knights won the NSW Cup by" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "where was charlie and the choclate factory filmed" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (film) Attenborough, Kirk Douglas, Albert Finney, Anthony Hopkins, Paul Newman, Max von Sydow, David Warner, Christopher Lloyd and Peter Ustinov. Principal photography for \"Charlie and the Chocolate Factory\" started on June 21, 2004 at Pinewood Studios in England. Director Tim Burton and composer Danny Elfman found filming somewhat difficult because they were simultaneously working on \"Corpse Bride\". The Wonka Factory exterior was coincidentally constructed on the same backlot Burton had used for Gotham City in \"Batman\" (1989). The ceremonial scene required 500 local extras. The Chocolate Room/River setpiece filled Pinewood's 007 Stage. As a consequence of British Equity rules, which state" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (film) Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (film) Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is a 2005 musical fantasy comedy film directed by Tim Burton and written by John August, based on the 1964 British novel of the same name by Roald Dahl. The film stars Johnny Depp as Willy Wonka and Freddie Highmore as Charlie Bucket. The storyline follows Charlie, who wins a contest and, along with four other contest winners, is led by Wonka on a tour of his chocolate factory, the most magnificent in the world. Development for a second adaptation of \"Charlie and the Chocolate Factory\" (filmed previously as" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who owns the rights to the song happy birthday" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Happy Birthday to You Ware Orem and Mrs. R. R. Forman. In 1988, Warner/Chappell Music purchased the company owning the copyright for 25 million, with the value of \"Happy Birthday\" estimated at 5 million. Based on the 1935 copyright registration, Warner claimed that the United States copyright will not expire until 2030, and that unauthorized public performances of the song are illegal unless royalties are paid to Warner. In one specific instance in February 2010, the royalty for a single use was said to be 700. By one estimate, the song is the highest-earning single song in history, with estimated earnings since its creation" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Happy, Happy Birthday Baby Happy, Happy Birthday Baby \"Happy, Happy Birthday Baby\" is a 1957 song written by Margo Sylvia & Gilbert Lopez. \"Happy, Happy Birthday Baby\" was originally performed by The Tune Weavers, who had their only hit with this song. Both Margo Sylvia and Gilbert Lopez were members of The Tune Weavers. The single went to number four on the R&B chart and went to number five on the Hot 100. The B-side of \"Happy, Happy Birthday Baby, was The Tune Weavers version of \"Ol' Man River\" The inspiration for the song came from Margo's then-boyfriend, Donald Clements, who was a member" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who sang the song every breath you take" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Every Breath You Take Every Breath You Take \"Every Breath You Take\" is a song by the English rock band the Police from their album \"Synchronicity\" (1983). Written by Sting, the single was the biggest US and UK hit of 1983, topping the \"Billboard\" Hot 100 singles chart for eight weeks (the band's only number-one hit on that chart), and the UK Singles Chart for four weeks. It also topped the \"Billboard\" Top Tracks chart for nine weeks. At the 26th Annual Grammy Awards the song was nominated for three Grammy Awards, including Song of the Year, Best Pop Performance by a Duo or" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Every Breath You Take little love song, when it's quite the opposite.\" According to the \"Back to Mono\" box-set book, \"Every Breath You Take\" is influenced by a Gene Pitney song titled \"Every Breath I Take\". Led Zeppelin's song, \"D'yer Mak'er\" (1973), also contains the words \"every breath I take; every move I make\". The song has an AABACABA structure. The demo of the song was recorded in an eight-track suite in North London's Utopia studios and featured Sting singing over a Hammond organ. A few months later he presented the song to the other band members when they reconvened at George Martin's AIR" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "when did the british hand-over sovereignty of hong kong back to china" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Handover of Hong Kong Handover of Hong Kong The transfer of sovereignty over Hong Kong, commonly known as the handover of Hong Kong (or simply \"the Handover\", also \"the Return\" in mainland China) was the transition of control over the former British colony of Hong Kong from the United Kingdom to the People's Republic of China on 1 July 1997. The returned territory comprised Hong Kong Island and the Kowloon Peninsula, which were respectively ceded to Britain in 1842 and 1860, as well as the New Territories, which were leased for 99 years from 1898. The transfer was arranged to coincide with the expiration" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Postage stamps and postal history of Hong Kong only British soldiers in Hong Kong could use British stamps while other local residents did not have any. Hong Kong has issued a variety of stamps since 1862. Hong Kong formerly produced postage stamps with the name \"Hong Kong\", with the face of the reigning monarchs of the United Kingdom, or with the royal symbols (e.g. \"E.R.\"). After the Hong Kong's transfer of sovereignty to China, all further issues bore the name \"Hong Kong, China\"; British Hong Kong postage stamps were no longer valid for the prepayment of postage, nor did the Post Office offer to repurchase them. publication) Postage" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "the first life forms to appear on earth were" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Earliest known life forms Earliest known life forms The earliest known life forms on Earth are putative fossilized microorganisms found in hydrothermal vent precipitates. The earliest time that life forms first appeared on Earth is unknown. They may have lived earlier than 3.77 billion years ago, possibly as early as 4.28 billion years ago, or nearly 4.5 billion years ago according to some; in any regards, not long after the oceans formed 4.41 billion years ago, and not long after the formation of the Earth 4.54 billion years ago. The earliest \"direct\" evidence of life on Earth are microfossils of microorganisms permineralized in 3.465-billion-year-old" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "History of Earth severe ice ages and the increase in diversity of life is not clear, but it does not seem coincidental. The new forms of life, called Ediacara biota, were larger and more diverse than ever. Though the taxonomy of most Ediacaran life forms is unclear, some were ancestors of groups of modern life. Important developments were the origin of muscular and neural cells. None of the Ediacaran fossils had hard body parts like skeletons. These first appear after the boundary between the Proterozoic and Phanerozoic eons or Ediacaran and Cambrian periods. The Phanerozoic is the current eon on Earth, which started" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who came up with britain 's got talent" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Britain's Got Talent Factor\" (also created by Cowell) and \"The Voice UK\". On average, it draws viewing figures of 9.9 million viewers per series - the show's live final in the third series attracted a record 17.3 million viewers, obtaining a 64.6% audience share at the time of its broadcast. At present, the programme is contracted to run until 2022. The show's format was devised by \"X Factor\" creator and Sony Music executive, Simon Cowell, who was involved in the creation of other \"Got Talent\" programmes across several different countries. To showcase his idea, a pilot episode was filmed in September 2005, with" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "China's Got Talent (series 3) Those Funny Little People performed with \"China's Got Talent\" series 1's semifinalist, Zhu Jie as she sang Over the Rainbow. Those Funny Little People also performed and sang It's Raining Men. Series 2's winner of Britain's Got Talent, George Sampson performer a hip-hop dance routine with Zhuo Jun, winner of \"China's Got Talent\" (series 2). \"Britain's Got Talent\" (Series 3)'s 4th place finisher, Stavros Flatley performed their Irish dance routine. Jai McDowall, winner of series 5's of \"Britain's Got Talent\", performed Time To Say Goodbye with runner up of series 2 of \"China's Got Talent\", Cai Hongping. Jai McDowall also" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "what year did my pet monster come out" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "My Pet Monster My Pet Monster My Pet Monster is character that began as a plush doll first produced by American Greetings in 1986. It has horns, blue fur, and a fanged smile, wearing breakaway orange plastic handcuffs. In 2018, Hasbro acquired \"My Pet Monster\" from Saban Brands. The My Pet Monster character began as a plush doll first produced by American Greetings in 1986. As one of the few plush dolls marketed to boys at the time, My Pet Monster was popular in the late 1980s and early 1990s. The doll has blue fur, horns and a fanged smile, and is recognizable" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Pet Sounds trends have influenced my work, but so has my own scene.\" In 1996, he said of his partnership with Asher: \"none of us looked back ... We went forward, kind of like on our own little wavelength. It wasn't like we were thinking, 'Okay, let's beat Spector,' let's out-do Motown.' It was more what I would call exclusive collaboration not to specifically try to kick somebody's butt, but just to do it the way you really want it to be. That's what I thought we did.\" \"Pet Sounds\" is sometimes considered a Brian Wilson solo album in all but name." ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who made the beavis and butthead theme song" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Beavis and Butt-Head Beavis and Butt-Head Beavis and Butt-Head is an American adult animated sitcom created by Mike Judge. The series originated from \"Frog Baseball\", a 1992 short film by Judge originally aired on \"Liquid Television\". After seeing the short, MTV signed Judge to develop the short into a full series. The series originally ran for seven seasons from March 8, 1993 to November 28, 1997. Fourteen years following the end of the series, the series was revived for an eighth season which aired from October 27 to December 29, 2011. A theatrical feature-length film based on the series titled \"Beavis and Butt-Head" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Cartoons (Chris Rice song) his fans. Chris Rice explains, \"Also, in correcting my 'theology' in the cartoon song, people were totally missing the fact that the whole song is about soul-less cartoons, none of whom can 'get saved.'\" This song has also led to a boycott by Bible Belt Conservatives and some fans of Chris Rice's music. According to Rice's website article, Rice's intention was to \"bring attention to the silliness of the typical Christian over-reaction to Beavis and Butthead during their popularity. By calling Butthead 'the other guy' I was satirizing many who were 'offended' by that name. I was also trying to" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who has won the 2017 womens singles wimbledon tennis tournament" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "2017 Wimbledon Championships – Women's Singles reached the fourth round before losing to Halep. 2017 Wimbledon Championships – Women's Singles Serena Williams was the two-time defending champion, but did not participate this year due to . Garbiñe Muguruza won her second Grand Slam singles title, defeating Venus Williams in the final, 7–5, 6–0. Muguruza became the second Spanish woman to win Wimbledon after Conchita Martínez in 1994. Muguruza also became the first player to defeat both Williams sisters in Grand Slam singles finals. Williams was the oldest player to reach the final since Martina Navratilova, also in 1994, and played her 100th singles match at Wimbledon" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "2017 Wimbledon Championships Doubles Qualifiers Lucky Losers Ladies' Doubles Qualifiers Lucky Losers The following players were accepted directly into the main draw using a protected ranking: The following players were accepted directly into the main tournament, but withdrew with injuries, suspensions or personal reasons. 2017 Wimbledon Championships The 2017 Wimbledon Championships was a Grand Slam tennis tournament that took place at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in Wimbledon, London, United Kingdom. The main draw matches commenced on 3 July 2017 and concluded on 16 July 2017. Roger Federer won the Gentlemen's Singles title for a record eighth time, surpassing Pete" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "when was the wheel first used in egypt" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Ancient Egyptian technology harmful. Mummification of the dead was not always practiced in Egypt. Once the practice began, an individual was placed at a final resting place through a set of rituals and protocol. The Egyptian funeral was a complex ceremony including various monuments, prayers, and rituals undertaken in honor of the deceased. The poor, who could not afford expensive tombs, were buried in shallow graves in the sand, and because of the arid environment they were often naturally mummified. Evidence indicates that Egyptians made use of potter's wheels in the manufacturing of pottery from as early as the 4th Dynasty. Chariots, however," ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Sakia any other type of water-wheel. It is still used in India, Egypt and other parts of the Middle East, and in the Iberian Peninsula and the Balearic Islands. It may have been invented in Hellenistic Egypt, Persia or India. The sakia was mainly used for irrigation, but not exclusively, as the example of Qusayr Amra shows, where it was used at least in part to provide water for a royal bathhouse. The sakia is a large hollow wheel, traditionally made of wood. One type has its clay pots or buckets attached directly to the periphery of the wheel, which limits" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who wrote the song for once in my life" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "For Once in My Life For Once in My Life \"For Once in My Life\" is a swing song written by Ron Miller and Orlando Murden for Motown Records' Stein & Van Stock publishing company, and first recorded in 1965. It was written and first recorded as a slow ballad. There are differing accounts of its earliest versions, although it seems that it was first recorded by Barbara McNair, but first released in 1966 by Jean DuShon. Other early versions of the ballad were issued by The Four Tops, The Temptations, Diana Ross and Tony Bennett, whose recording was the first to reach the pop" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "My Life (Phil Ochs song) My Life (Phil Ochs song) \"My Life\" is a 1969 song by Phil Ochs, a U.S. singer-songwriter best known for the protest songs he wrote in the 1960s. \"My Life\" is the fifth song on \"Rehearsals for Retirement\", an album Ochs recorded in the aftermath of the protests at the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago. In the song, Ochs says that his life, which had once been a joy, had become like death to him. In \"My Life\", Ochs sings \"Take everything I own/Take your tap from my phone/And leave my life alone.\" Years after his death, it was" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who sang i could not ask for more first" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "I Could Not Ask for More on that chart, behind \"I'm Already There\" by Lonestar. I Could Not Ask for More \"I Could Not Ask for More\" is a song composed by American songwriter Diane Warren and originally recorded and released in February 1999, by American recording artist Edwin McCain as part of the original soundtrack of the romantic drama film \"Message in a Bottle\", starring Kevin Costner, Robin Wright Penn and Paul Newman. It was a featured track in his third studio album \"Messenger\" and became a Billboard-charted Top 40 single in the summer of 1999. In 2001, American country music artist Sara Evans popularly" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "I Got Rhythm this approach \"was a bit daring for me who usually depended on rhyme insurance.\" Ira also wrote that although the phrase \"who could ask for anything more?\" is repeated four times in the song, he decided not to make it the title because \"somehow the first line of the refrain sounded more arresting and provocative.\" An instrumental arrangement for piano and orchestra appears in the 1945 \"Hollywood Victory Caravan\". The song is featured in the 1951 musical film \"An American in Paris\". Gene Kelly sang the song and tap-danced, while French-speaking children whom he had just taught a few words" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who is the singer of waiting for love" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Waiting for Love (Avicii song) directed by Kurt Hugo Schneider. The 360° function of this music video only works with the web browser Google Chrome (for desktop, Android and iOS). Personnel adapted from CD single. Waiting for Love (Avicii song) \"Waiting for Love\" is a song by Swedish DJ and music producer Avicii, produced by Avicii and Dutch producer Martin Garrix and featuring uncredited vocals from Simon Aldred, the lead singer of former English band Cherry Ghost. The track was released on 22 May 2015 as the lead single from Avicii's second studio album, \"Stories\" (2015). The lyrics were also written by Aldred. The track" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "What You Waiting For? \"Love. Angel. Music. Baby.\" What You Waiting For? \"What You Waiting For?\" is a song by American singer Gwen Stefani from her debut solo studio album, \"Love. Angel. Music. Baby.\" (2004). Written by Stefani and Linda Perry, the song is the album's opening track and was released as Stefani's debut solo single. \"What You Waiting For?\" details Stefani's lack of inspiration, fear of producing the album, as well as her reaction to pressures exerted by her record label. It is primarily an electropop song and introduces Stefani's four back-up dancers, the Harajuku Girls, who had a major input into the" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who recorded it 's a man 's world" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "It's a Man's Man's Man's World It's a Man's Man's Man's World \"It's a Man's Man's Man's World\" is a song by James Brown and Betty Jean Newsome. Brown recorded it on February 16, 1966 in a New York City studio and released it as a single later that year. It reached No. 1 on the \"Billboard\" R&B chart and No. 8 on the \"Billboard\" Hot 100. Its title is a word play on the 1963 comedy film \"It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World\". The song's lyrics, which \"Rolling Stone\" characterized as \"biblically chauvinistic\", attribute all the works of modern civilization (the car, the train," ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "I Wanna Be Free (album) of the World/To Make a Man\". \"Drive You Out of My Mind\" was recorded during the October 2, 1969 session for 1970's \"Wings Upon Your Horns\". \"If I Never Love Again (It Will Be Too Soon)\" and \"When You Leave My World\" were recorded during sessions for 1970's \"Coal Miner's Daughter\", on April 9 and July 14, 1970, respectively. I Wanna Be Free (album) I Wanna Be Free is the sixteenth studio album by American country music singer-songwriter Loretta Lynn. It was released on May 10, 1971, by Decca Records. In the issue dated May 22, 1971, \"Billboard\" magazine published" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "when does season 14 of grey 's anatomy come out" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Grey's Anatomy (season 14) Grey's Anatomy (season 14) The fourteenth season of the American television medical drama \"Grey's Anatomy\" was ordered on February 10, 2017, by American Broadcasting Company (ABC), and premiered on September 28, 2017 with a special two-hour premiere. The season consists of 24 episodes, with the season's seventh episode marking the 300th episode for the series overall. The season is produced by ABC Studios, in association with Shondaland Production Company and The Mark Gordon Company; the showrunners being Krista Vernoff and William Harper. The fourteenth season is the first not to feature Jerrika Hinton as Dr. Stephanie Edwards since her introduction" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "One Flight Down (Grey's Anatomy) this season.\" One Flight Down (Grey's Anatomy) \"One Flight Down\" is the twentieth episode of the eleventh season of the American television medical drama \"Grey's Anatomy\", and is the 240th episode overall. It aired on April 16, 2015 on ABC in the United States. The episode was written Austin Guzman and directed by David Greenspan. The episode features a plane crash in Seattle bringing patients to Grey Sloan Memorial and old memories of the season 8's tragic plane crash that claimed the lives of Mark Sloan (Eric Dane) and Lexie Grey (Chyler Leigh) back to Meredith Grey, Arizona Robbins and" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who played general chang in star trek 6" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Chang (Star Trek) Chang (Star Trek) General Chang is a fictional character from the \"Star Trek\" fictional universe who was portrayed by Christopher Plummer in \"\". Chang is Chancellor Gorkon's chief of staff, and subsequently serves Chancellor Azetbur. He is an avid fan of William Shakespeare, whom he frequently quotes, much to the chagrin of the \"Enterprise\" crew. He is almost completely bald, a trait not seen among Klingons prior to \"Star Trek VI\"'s release. The Chang makeup originally included a wig appliance. However, Christopher Plummer felt removing the wig made the character more distinct; he also asked that Chang's Klingon makeup be" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Star Trek: Klingon Academy desiring previews of the Star Trek games, the exposure was apparently inadequate for a game needing to overcome the stigma attached to the franchise after prior disappointments in movies, TV series, and the game's own predecessor. Star Trek: Klingon Academy Star Trek: Klingon Academy is a starship combat Space flight simulator computer game developed by 14 Degrees East, an internal development house of publisher Interplay Entertainment. The game follows a young Klingon warrior named Torlek as he attends the Elite Command Academy, a war college created by General Chang to prepare warriors for a future conflict with the United Federation" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "which part of earth is covered with water" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Earth the Moon causes ocean tides, stabilizes Earth's orientation on its axis, and gradually slows its rotation. Earth is the densest planet in the Solar System and the largest of the four terrestrial planets. Earth's lithosphere is divided into several rigid tectonic plates that migrate across the surface over periods of many millions of years. About 71% of Earth's surface is covered with water, mostly by oceans. The remaining 29% is land consisting of continents and islands that together have many lakes, rivers and other sources of water that contribute to the hydrosphere. The majority of Earth's polar regions are covered" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "David Fleay Wildlife Park covered with chainwire except for the south-west corner, which is covered with shadowline asbestos cement sheeting. The earth floor has slate \"waterfall\" and \"creek\" water features. The enclosure has an earth floor and measures . The timber-framed structure is approximately high with walls to the east, south and west sides sheeted with flat asbestos cement. The enclosure is open to the north side with fine metal mesh. Approximately 70% of the roof is covered with super-6 corrugated asbestos cement, while the remainder is covered with fine mesh. Super-6 corrugated asbestos cement sheeting is located on the south retaining wall. The" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "where did the rule of 72 come from" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Rule of 72 early reference to the rule is in the \"Summa de arithmetica\" (Venice, 1494. Fol. 181, n. 44) of Luca Pacioli (1445–1514). He presents the rule in a discussion regarding the estimation of the doubling time of an investment, but does not derive or explain the rule, and it is thus assumed that the rule predates Pacioli by some time. Roughly translated: For higher rates, a bigger numerator would be better (e.g., for 20%, using 76 to get 3.8 years would be only about 0.002 off, where using 72 to get 3.6 would be about 0.2 off). This is because, as" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Vaychi asked why did not trace Korah's genealogy back to Jacob, and Rabbi Samuel bar Isaac answered that Jacob had prayed not to be listed amongst Korah's ancestors in where it is written, \"Let my soul not come into their council; unto their assembly let my glory not be united.\" \"Let my soul not come into their council\" referred to the spies, and \"unto their assembly let my glory not be united\" referred to Korah's assembly. It was taught in a Baraita that King Ptolemy brought together 72 elders and placed them in 72 separate rooms, without telling them why he" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "when was the masque of the red death written" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "The Masque of the Red Death The Masque of the Red Death \"The Masque of the Red Death\", originally published as \"The Mask of the Red Death: A Fantasy\", is an 1842 short story by American writer Edgar Allan Poe. The story follows Prince Prospero's attempts to avoid a dangerous plague, known as the Red Death, by hiding in his abbey. He, along with many other wealthy nobles, hosts a masquerade ball within seven rooms of the abbey, each decorated with a different color. In the midst of their revelry, a mysterious figure disguised as a Red Death victim enters and makes his way through each" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Masque of the Red Death (1989 film) Masque of the Red Death (1989 film) Masque of the Red Death is a 1989 American horror film produced by Roger Corman, and directed by Larry Brand, starring Adrian Paul and Patrick Macnee. The film is a remake of the 1964 picture of the same name which was directed by Roger Corman. The screenplay, written by Daryl Haney and Larry Brand, is based upon the classic short story of the same name by American author Edgar Allan Poe, concerning the exploits of Prince Prospero, who organizes a \"bal masqué\" in his castle while the peasants of his fiefdom die from" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who sings the original version of feeling good" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Feeling Good among others. Although Bricusse and Newley shared songwriting credits, the words of the song are usually attributed to Bricusse, with the music by Newley. The song was first performed in public by the Guyanese-British singer and actor Cy Grant on the opening night of \"The Roar of the Greasepaint – The Smell of the Crowd\" at the Theatre Royal in Nottingham on 3 August 1964; Elaine Paige played the part of one of the \"Urchins\" in the chorus. The show, directed by Newley, toured British provincial theatres, and was then taken to the US by theatre producer David Merrick. It" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Tryin' to Get the Feeling Again time of the song as she sight reads and sings.) Richard felt that the vocal was good enough to finish production of the song and release it, as he did in 1994, almost 20 years after it was recorded. Tryin' to Get the Feeling Again \"Tryin' to Get the Feeling Again\" is a song written by David Pomeranz that became a top 10 hit for Barry Manilow in 1976. It was first recorded by The Carpenters in 1975, but their version was not released until 1994 on their 25th anniversary CD, \"\". Manilow released his version as a single in" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who does black panther marry in the comics" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Black Panther (comics) of Deathloks to \"support\" T'Challa and justify an invasion, but T'Challa kills Klaw and Storm wipes out the Deathlok army in a hurricane. T'Challa then helps his old flame Ororo Munroe reunite with her surviving family members in Africa and the U.S. He shortly afterward proposes, and the two are married in a large Wakandan ceremony attended by many superheroes. One of the couple's first tasks is to embark on a diplomatic tour, in which they visit the Inhumans, Doctor Doom, the President of the United States, and Namor, with only the last one ending well. After the death of" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Black Panther (comics) reviewer and journalist Mike Sangiacomo, however, criticized the narrative structure. \"Christopher Priest's fractured writing is getting on my nerves. Like the \"Spider-Man\" comics, I want to like \"Black Panther\", but Priest's deliberately jumbled approach to writing is simply silly. I know it's a style, but does he have to do it every issue?\" Reporter Bill Radford cited similar concerns when the title had just launched. \"I appreciate the notion of seeing the Black Panther through the eyes of an Everyman, but the Panther is almost relegated to secondary status in his own book. And Ross' narration jumps around in time" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "how do you say horse meat in french" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Horse meat stands, sold in a bread roll. Dumplings can also be prepared with horse meat, spinach, or Tyrolean \"Graukäse\" (a sour milk cheese). They are occasionally eaten on their own, in a soup, or as a side dish. In Belgium, horse meat (\"paardenvlees\" in Dutch and \"viande chevaline\" in French) is popular in a number of preparations. Lean, smoked, and sliced horse meat fillet (\"paardenrookvlees\" or \"paardengerookt\"; \"filet chevalin\" in French) is served as a cold cut with sandwiches or as part of a cold salad. Horse steaks can be found in most butchers and are used in a variety of" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Wu Zhi by saying, \"Cao Zidan, you're not meat under a butcher's cleaver. My throat won't tremble when I swallow you and my teeth won't chatter when I chew on you. How dare you behave so rudely!\" Zhu Shuo stood up and tried to reduce tensions by telling Wu Zhi, \"His Majesty ordered you to host entertainment for everyone. Do you have to do this?\" Wu Zhi then shouted at Zhu Shuo, \"Zhu Shuo, how dare you leave your seat!\" Everyone then returned to their seats. Zhu Shuo felt outraged but did not say anything, and returned to his seat and used" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who is the chief law officer of the government of india" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Attorney General of India Attorney General of India The Attorney General for India is the Indian government's chief legal advisor, and is primary lawyer in the Supreme Court of India. He can be said to be the lawyer from government's side. He is appointed by the President of India under Article 76(1) of the Constitution and holds office during the pleasure of the President. He must be a person qualified to be appointed as a Judge of the Supreme Court (He must have been a judge of some high court for five years or an advocate of some high court for ten years or" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Law enforcement in India state police force is the department of home of the state government. The additional chief secretary (home) or principal secretary (home), generally an Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer, acts the agency executive of the state home department, whereas the chief minister of the state or the state cabinet minister for home is the minister responsible for the state home department. Each state and union territory of India has a state police force, headed by a director general of police ranked IPS officer. The state police is responsible for maintaining law and order in townships of the state and the rural" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "when did the original flatliners movie come out" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Flatliners Flatliners Flatliners is a 1990 American science fiction psychological horror film directed by Joel Schumacher, produced by Michael Douglas and Rick Bieber, and written by Peter Filardi. It stars Kiefer Sutherland, Julia Roberts, William Baldwin, Oliver Platt, and Kevin Bacon. The film is about five medical students who attempt to find out what lies beyond death by conducting clandestine experiments that produce near-death experiences. The film was shot on the campus of Loyola University (Chicago) between October 1989 and January 1990, and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Sound Editing in 1990 (Charles L. Campbell and Richard C." ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Flatliners (2017 film) forgive herself. In the end, Marlo, Ray, Sophia, and Jamie reminisce about Courtney and celebrate their friendships in the little restaurant they hang out at, where there is a performance of the piano piece that Courtney played. The movie ends with Jamie proposing a toast, honoring Courtney. Sutherland also starred in the original film, and was initially announced to be reprising his role as Dr. Nelson Wright from the original. In October 2015, Ellen Page was cast in the film, and in February 2016, Diego Luna was added as well, with Nina Dobrev joining in April. In May 2016, Kiersey" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who is bright eyes in the loved ones" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "The Loved Ones (film) to a nearby cliff, climbs it halfway and contemplates suicide, but then comes to his senses and climbs to the top. While listening to music, Brent is attacked from behind and his dog attacked with a hammer. Bound to a chair, he wakes up at Lola's house sitting at a table with Lola, her father (John Brumpton), and a lobotomized-woman they call Bright Eyes (Anne Scott-Pendlebury). Lola's father has turned his house into a dance for his daughter. Lola takes a syringe, fills it with bleach and injects it into Brent's voice box to render him unable to scream or" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "The Loved Ones (film) sadistic torture murder as a re-enactment of a scene from this film. During sentencing, Judge Evans described the defendant, Gary George, as particularly liking \"The Loved Ones\". The victim, Andrew Nall, was brutally beaten, sustained 49 knife wounds, and had cleaning fluid found in his eyes. George was sentenced to life imprisonment with a minimum term of 30 years. The Loved Ones (film) The Loved Ones is a 2009 Australian horror film written and directed by Sean Byrne and starring Xavier Samuel and Robin McLeavy. It follows a teenager who finds himself at the center of a female classmate's demented" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "what was the geeks name in 16 candles" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Sixteen Candles right.\" By 2008, Ringwald was campaigning for the sequel, but said she was uncomfortable doing the film without the involvement of Hughes who, at that point, was not interested. Sixteen Candles Sixteen Candles is a 1984 American coming-of-age comedy film starring Molly Ringwald, Michael Schoeffling, and Anthony Michael Hall. It was written and directed by John Hughes. High school sophomore Samantha \"Sam\" Baker struggles to go through the day on her 16th birthday, which her entire family has forgotten about because her older sister, Ginny, is getting married the next day. She is also infatuated with a popular and attractive" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Molly (16 Candles Down the Drain) The music video for the song was released in 1995 and was directed by Doug Aitken. Molly (16 Candles Down the Drain) \"Molly (16 Candles Down the Drain)\" is a song by American rock band Sponge, released in 1995 as the third single from their debut album \"Rotting Piñata\". It also serves as the name of the band's greatest hits album, which was released in 2000. It was originally titled \"Molly\" on \"Rotting Piñata\", but was elongated for its release as a single. It was ostensibly named after actress Molly Ringwald, who starred in \"Sixteen Candles\". However, it was actually" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "what day of the year is mothers day always celebrated" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Mother's Day mother is \"the person who has done more for you than anyone in the world\". In 1908, the U.S. Congress rejected a proposal to make Mother's Day an official holiday, joking that they would also have to proclaim a \"Mother-in-law's Day\". However, owing to the efforts of Anna Jarvis, by 1911 all U.S. states observed the holiday, with some of them officially recognizing Mother's Day as a local holiday (the first being West Virginia, Jarvis' home state, in 1910). In 1914, Woodrow Wilson signed a proclamation designating Mother's Day, held on the second Sunday in May, as a national holiday" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Mother's Day May, and in 1949 Japanese society adopted the second Sunday of May as the official date for Mother's Day in Japan. Today, people typically give their mothers gifts of flowers such as red carnations and roses.Japan is most known for giving carnations on Mother's Day. In Kyrgyzstan, Mother's Day is celebrated on 19 May every year. The holiday was first celebrated in 2012. Mothers are also honored on International Women's Day Mother's Day in Latvia was celebrated for the first time in 1922. Since 1934, Mother's Day is celebrated on the second Sunday of May. After the end of the" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "what was the first bring it on movie" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Bring It On (film) Bring It On (film) Bring It On is a 2000 American teen cheerleading comedy film directed by Peyton Reed and written by Jessica Bendinger. The film stars Kirsten Dunst, Eliza Dushku, Jesse Bradford, and Gabrielle Union. It was the first of the \"Bring It On\" film series and was followed by five direct-to-video sequels, none of which contain any of the original cast members: \"Bring It On Again\" (2004), which shared producers with the original, \"\" (2006), \"\" (2007), \"\" (2009) and \"\" (2017). The plot of the film centers around a team's preparation for and participation in cheerleading competitions." ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Sathiyo Chalyo Khodaldham falls in love with Mihir. She discussed about it with family and all were happy but it was not possible to be happy forever.. Amar’s friends, Dr. Manoj and Dr. Madhvi tries to support the family to bring out of problem. What happened at end? Will Mata Khodiyar bring them out from all the problems? What game was planned? Just wait for few days more … You will defiantly seethe best animation in this movie with little part of Mythology…. Samir Jagot - Director of the Movie has directed more than 50 Television advertisement. He has assisted Partho Ghosh, Krishna" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "when did the words in god we trust appear on money" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "In God We Trust In God We Trust \"In God We Trust\" is the official motto of the United States of America, Nicaragua, and of the U.S. state of Florida. It was adopted as the United States' motto in 1956 as a replacement or alternative to the unofficial motto of \"E pluribus unum\", which was adopted when the Great Seal of the United States was created and adopted in 1782. \"In God We Trust\" first appeared on the two-cent piece in 1864 and has appeared on paper currency since 1957. A law passed in a Joint Resolution by the 84th Congress (P.L. 84-140) and" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Dollar coin (United States) dollar coin is the same size and composition as the Sacagawea dollar. \"In God We Trust\", the issue year, and the mint mark appear on the edge. The first dollar, honoring George Washington, was released into circulation on February 15, 2007. However, became law on December 26, 2007 which moved \"In God We Trust\" from the edge to the obverse. A common minting error on this coin, estimated at 80,000, from a mintage of 300,000,000 coins, is the omission of the edge lettering causing a plain outside edge. Because the omission includes the words \"In God We Trust\", some in" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who sang you wo n 't get me i 'm part of the union" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Part of the Union \"The Strawbs - Lay Down With The Strawbs\", filmed and recorded live at The Robin 2 in Bilston, UK on 5 March 2006. Part of the Union \"Part of the Union\" is a song by English band Strawbs, featured on their 1973 album \"Bursting at the Seams\" and was the band's most successful single, peaking at number 2 in the UK Singles Chart. It also reached number 10 in the Irish Singles Chart. The writing credits are given to Richard Hudson and John Ford, but the song may be an adaptation of the Woody Guthrie/Almanac Singers' 1940 song \"Union Maid\"." ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "G. Ramanathan friend and assistant, sang few songs for him. The singing actors M. K. Thyagaraja Bhagavathar, P. U. Chinnappa, M. M. Dandapani Desikar, Kothamangalam Cheenu, M. S. Subbulakshmi, D. K. Pattammal, C. Honnappa Bhagavathar, U. R. Jeevarathinam, N. C. Vasanthakokilam, T. R. Mahalingam, T. R. Rajakumari, K. R. Ramaswamy, Chittor V. Nagaiah, P. Bhanumathi, N. S. Krishnan, T. A. Madhuram, T. S. Durairaj and J. P. Chandrababu also sang memorable songs under his compositions. GR would strive the singers to the excellence. T. M. Soundararajan said that if one could sing to the satisfaction and the tune of GR you could" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "where was the first pan african conference held" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "First Pan-African Conference First Pan-African Conference The First Pan-African Conference was held in London from 23 to 25 July 1900 (just prior to the Paris Exhibition of 1900 \"in order to allow tourists of African descent to attend both events\"). Organized primarily by the Trinidadian barrister Henry Sylvester Williams, it took place in Westminster Town Hall (now Caxton Hall) and was attended by 37 delegates and about 10 other participants and observers from Africa, the West Indies, the US and the UK, including Samuel Coleridge Taylor (the youngest delegate), John Alcindor, Dadabhai Naoroji, John Archer, Henry Francis Downing, and W. E. B. Du" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Continentalism of a broader economic globalization, the increasing trade between Canada and the United States is not generally seen as a threat to Canadian sovereignty. Continentalism in Africa, commonly referred to as Pan-Africanism, is a sociopolitical world view, philosophy, and movement that seeks to unify native Africans and members of the African diaspora into a \"global African community\". Pan-Africanism calls for a politically united Africa. Modern Pan-Africanism began around the beginning of the twentieth century. The African Association, later renamed the Pan-African Association, was organized by Henry Sylvester-Williams around 1887, and the first Pan-African Conference was held in 1900. Continentalism in" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who played adam schiff on law & order" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Steven Hill Steven Hill Steven Hill (born Solomon Krakovsky; February 24, 1922 – August 23, 2016) was an American actor. His two better-known roles are district attorney Adam Schiff on the NBC television drama series \"Law & Order\", whom he portrayed for 10 seasons (1990–2000), and , the original team leader of the Impossible Missions Force on the CBS television series \"\", whom he portrayed in the initial season of the show (1966–1967). Hill was born Solomon Krakovsky or Solomon Berg in Seattle, Washington, to Russian Jewish immigrants. After graduating from West Seattle High School in 1940, Hill served four years in" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Steven Hill playing parental and authority-figure roles in such films as \"Yentl\" (1983), \"Garbo Talks\" (1984), Neil Simon's \"Brighton Beach Memoirs\", \"Heartburn\" (1986), \"Running on Empty\" (1988), \"Billy Bathgate\" (1991), and \"The Firm\" (1993). Hill also appeared as a mob kingpin in \"Raw Deal\" (1986), an action vehicle for Arnold Schwarzenegger. Hill played New York District Attorney Bower in the 1986 comedy-drama \"Legal Eagles\", foreshadowing his appearance as Adam Schiff in \"Law & Order\". Hill became best known, and to an even greater degree than from his role in \"Mission: Impossible\", as Adam Schiff in the NBC TV drama series \"Law &" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who was president when the white house was built" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "White House Martha Washington's home, White House Plantation in Virginia, where the nation's first President had courted the First Lady in the mid-18th century. On Saturday, November 1, 1800, John Adams became the first president to take residence in the building. During Adams' second day in the house, he wrote a letter to his wife Abigail, containing a prayer for the house. Adams wrote: Adams lived in the house only briefly before Thomas Jefferson moved into the \"pleasant country residence\" in 1801. Despite his complaints that the house was too big (\"big enough for two emperors, one pope, and the grand lama" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "White House of the Confederacy National Historic Landmark in 1960. The First White House of the Confederacy in Montgomery, Alabama was the first official residence of the President and his family. The second White House of the Confederacy is a gray stuccoed neoclassical mansion built in 1818 by John Brockenbrough, who was president of the Bank of Virginia. Designed by Robert Mills, Brockenbrough's second private residence in Richmond was built on K Street (later renamed Clay Street) in Richmond's affluent Shockoe Hill neighborhood (later known as the Court End District), and was two blocks north of the Virginia State Capitol. Among his neighbors were U.S." ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "where is the big statue of jesus located" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Christ the Redeemer (statue) and erosion to which the statue is exposed, as well as lightning strikes. The original pale stone is no longer available in sufficient quantities, and replacement stones are increasingly darker in hue. Christ the Redeemer (statue) Christ the Redeemer (, , ) is an Art Deco statue of Jesus Christ in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, created by French sculptor Paul Landowski and built by Brazilian engineer Heitor da Silva Costa, in collaboration with French engineer Albert Caquot. Romanian sculptor Gheorghe Leonida fashioned the face. Constructed between 1922 and 1931, the statue is high, excluding its pedestal. The arms stretch wide." ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Jesus de Greatest of Jesus. Jesus de Greatest Jesus de Greatest is a statue of Jesus Christ located in Abajah village in Imo State, Nigeria. It is considered \"Africa’s largest statue of Jesus\", and is the fifth tallest statue in the African continent. The 160 ft African Renaissance Monument is the tallest statue in Africa, the 66 ft Great Sphinx of Giza is second, the 30 ft Statue of Ramesses II is third, and the 28 ft Nelson Mandela statue is fourth. When it comes to \"the largest statue of Jesus in the world\", tall Christ the King in Świebodzin, Poland, takes the" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who sang the song you are the reason" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "You Are the Reason (Calum Scott song) You Are the Reason (Calum Scott song) \"You Are the Reason\" is a song by British singer-songwriter Calum Scott. It was released on 17 November 2017 via Capitol Records, as his second original single from his debut album \"Only Human\". It was produced by Grammy Award-winning record producer Fraser T Smith and has sold over 2 million copies worldwide. The music video was filmed entirely in Kiev, Ukraine and has surpassed 250 million views on YouTube. According to sheet music published at Sheetmusicdirect.com, \"You Are The Reason\" is a moderately slow tempo of 58 beats per minute. Written in ," ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Jake Quickenden sang \"All of Me\", but was stopped and asked to perform his second song, \"Say Something\". Quickenden received positive comments from the judges for his second song and gave him four yeses to proceed to the next round. In the arena audition, he performed \"Who You Are\" by Jessie J. Quickenden received good comments from the judges. Head judge Simon Cowell commented that he was not a big fan of previous contestants returning since there was usually a reason for them being sent home, but said that he was not judging in the 2012 series and that Quickenden should not" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "what is the predominant religion in the ukraine" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Religion in Ukraine of the population declared themselves believers. About 67.3% of the population declared adherence to one or another strand of Orthodox Christianity (28.7% of the Kiev Patriarchate, 23.4% just Orthodox, 12.8% of the Moscow Patriarchate, 0.3% Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church, and 1.9% other types of Orthodoxy), 7.7% just Christians, 9.4% Greek Rite Catholics, 2.2% Protestants and 0.8% Latin Rite Catholics. Judaism was the religion of the 0.4%; while Buddhism, Paganism and Hinduism were each the religions of 0.1% of the population. A further 11.0% declared themselves non-religious or unaffiliated. Among those Ukrainians who declared to believe in Orthodoxy, 42.6% declared to" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Malta A study collecting public opinion on what language was \"preferred\" discovered that 86 per cent of the population express a preference for Maltese, 12 per cent for English, and 2 per cent for Italian. Still, Italian television channels from Italy-based broadcasters, such as Mediaset and RAI, reach Malta and remain popular. Maltese Sign Language is used by signers in Malta. The predominant religion in Malta is Catholicism. The second article of the Constitution of Malta establishes Catholicism as the state religion and it is also reflected in various elements of Maltese culture, although entrenched provisions for the freedom of religion" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "when was abbott and costello who 's on first" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Who's on First? Bandwagon\". In February 1938, Abbott and Costello joined the cast of \"The Kate Smith Hour\" radio program, and the sketch was first performed for a national radio audience on March 24 of that year. The routine may have been further polished before this broadcast by burlesque producer John Grant, who became the team's writer, and Will Glickman, a staff writer on the radio show. Glickman may have added the nicknames of then-contemporary baseball players like Dizzy and Daffy Dean to set up the routine's premise. This version, with extensive wordplay based on the fact that most of the fictional baseball" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Abbott and Costello in Hollywood Abbott and Costello in Hollywood Abbott and Costello in Hollywood (on screen title Bud Abbott and Lou Costello in Hollywood) is a 1945 black-and-white comedy film from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, produced by Martin A. Gosch, directed by S. Sylvan Simon, that stars the comedy team of Abbott and Costello. A barber, Buzz Curtis (Bud Abbott), and a porter, Abercrombie (Lou Costello), work for a Hollywood salon. They are sent to the office of agent Norman Royce (Warner Anderson) to give him a haircut and a shoeshine. On the way there they run into former co-worker Claire Warren (Frances Rafferty), who is about" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "how far is murrysville pa from pittsburgh pa" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Murrysville, Pennsylvania Murrysville, Pennsylvania Murrysville, its formal legal name in its Charter as The Municipality of Murrysville, is listed as a borough with home rule status in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 18,872 at the 2000 census. It became a home rule Municipality in August 1976, when its electorate voted for its Charter designating it a Municipality. The Municipality of Murrysville is located at (40.434828, -79.656724). It is roughly 20 miles east of Pittsburgh on U.S. Route 22, just east of the county line that separates Westmoreland and Allegheny counties. Murrysville is a control city on the sign for" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Pennsylvania Route 380 the Westmoreland Business Research Park area, PA 380 intersects the eastern terminus of PA 780. The route proceeds eastward to interchange PA 66 in the hamlet of North Washington. East of 66, PA 380 winds its way along the northern banks of the Beaver Run Reservoir and terminates at PA 286, a few miles west of Saltsburg. In the late 1920s and early 1930s, PA 380 was first designated from Pennsylvania Route 80 in Murrysville to the current eastern terminus. From U.S. Route 22 and U.S. Route 30 at the intersection of Dallas and Penn Avenues in Pittsburgh to Murrysville" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "what is the pattern on a leopard 's coat called" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Leopard (pattern) Leopard (pattern) A leopard pattern is a spotted color pattern, particularly in the hair coat or skin of animals, but can also describe spotting patterns in plants and fabrics. The term refers to the black and gold spotted coat of the leopard cat, but is used to describe many color combinations that result in spots scattered randomly across the skin or hair coat of other animals. Examples of animals with coloring patterns termed \"leopard\" include many great cats in the genus \"Panthera\", the leopard frog, the \"leopard\" spotting pattern in the Appaloosa and Knabstrupper breeds of horses, the leopard seal," ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Leopard seal the Greek for \"small clawed\". The leopard seal has a distinctively long and muscular body shape, when compared to other seals. This species of seal is known for its massive head and jaws that allow it to be one of the top predators in its environment. A notable key feature of leopard seals is its counter-shaded coat. A counter-shaded coat is when the dorsal side of the coat is darker than ventral side. Leopard seals have a silver to dark gray blended coat that makes up its distinctive \"leopard\" coloration with a spotted pattern, whereas the ventral side of the" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "where is eden west resort from couples retreat" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Couples Retreat since 2006's \"The Break-Up\". The film has grossed $109.2 million domestically and $58.8 million in foreign markets for a worldwide total of $171 million. Couples Retreat Couples Retreat is a 2009 American romantic comedy film directed by Peter Billingsley marking his directorial debut, and written by Jon Favreau, Vince Vaughn, Dana Fox, Curtis Hanson, and Greg Beeman. Vaughn and Favreau star with Jason Bateman, Faizon Love, Kristin Davis, Malin Åkerman, Kristen Bell, and Jean Reno. It was released on October 9, 2009, in the United States. The film was shot mostly on the French Polynesian island of Bora Bora. Dave," ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Couples Retreat retreat. The commotion wakes the kids, who have overheard their parents' conversations of not being able to go because of them. Fearing that their parents are contemplating divorce, the kids have already arranged for Dave's father, Grandpa Jim-Jim to babysit so their parents can go to Eden. The retreat proves to be divided into Eden West and Eden East. West is for couples and uses the tagline \"Stay Together\". East is for singles and uses the tagline \"Come Together\". East and West attendees are not allowed to intermingle. Upon arrival at Eden West, the four couples are shown their villas." ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "what is the meaning of the last name salazar" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Salazar (surname) government in 2015 as part of an initiative to make reparations for the Expulsion of Jews from Spain in 1492 by offering citizenship to individuals who can show descent from an expelled Spanish Jew. Salazar (surname) Salazar is a surname meaning \"old hall\" (from Castilian \"Sala\" (hall) and Basque \"zahar\" (old)). The name originates from the town of the same name: Salazar, in northern Burgos, Castile. Although nowadays northern Burgos is not a Basque-speaking region, it was during the early Middle Ages when the surname appeared. Its origins are also related to a certain noble family, the Salazars, that held" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Utopia (book) Epicureanism, Greenblatt contended that it was the minimum conditions for what the pious More would have considered as necessary to live a happy life. Another complication comes from the Greek meaning of the names of people and places in the work. Apart from Utopia, meaning \"Noplace,\" several other lands are mentioned: \"Achora\" meaning \"Nolandia\", \"Polyleritae\" meaning \"Muchnonsense\", \"Macarenses\" meaning \"Happiland,\" and the river \"Anydrus\" meaning \"Nowater\". Raphael's last name, Hythlodaeus means \"dispenser of nonsense\" surely implying that the whole of the Utopian text is 'nonsense'. Additionally the Latin rendering of More's name, Morus, is similar to the word for a" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who was a in pretty little liars episode" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "A (Pretty Little Liars) of the \"A-Team\" was revealed to be CeCe Drake, while her ally that donned the Black Widow and other Red Coat disguise was revealed to be Sara Harvey. Five years later, a new mysterious entity arises and begins using Emojis to communicate but later baptizes themselves as \"A.D.\", while the Liars refer to the anonymous figure as Uber A. Then, in the Series Finale, \"A.D.\" reveals themselves to be Alex Drake, the twin sister of Spencer. \"A\" makes appearances as a figure with black leather gloves, a black hoodie, black pants, and black combat boots. Throughout the seasons, the story" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Till Death Do Us Part (Pretty Little Liars) Till Death Do Us Part (Pretty Little Liars) \"Till Death Do Us Part\" is the series finale of \"Pretty Little Liars\", which premiered on the Freeform network in the United States on June 27, 2017. The twentieth episode of the seventh season and the 160th overall, it was directed by showrunner I. Marlene King, who also co-wrote the episode alongside Kyle Bown and Maya Goldsmith. Shortly after the two-hour final episode, a special titled \"A-List Wrap Party\" was aired, in which the main cast and King talked about the show's end and behind-the-scenes exclusives. In this episode, the Liars finally" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "qualification of the members of the supreme court in the philippines" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Supreme Court of the Philippines Until 1945, the Court met in Cavite. A person must meet the following requirements in order to be appointed to the Supreme Court: (1) natural-born citizenship; (2) at least 40 years old; and (3) must have been for fifteen years or more a judge of a lower court or engaged in the practice of law in the Philippines. An additional constitutional requirement, though less precise in nature, is that a judge \"must be a person of proven competence, integrity, probity, and independence.\" Upon a vacancy in the Court, whether for the position of Chief Justice or Associate Justice, the President" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines An Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines is one of 15 members of the Philippine Supreme Court, the highest court in the Philippines. The Chief Justice presides over the High Court, but carries only 1 of the 15 votes in the court. Traditionally, the Chief Justice is deemed as \"primus inter pares\" (\"first among equals\") among the Justices. Until 1973, only men were appointed as Associate Justices to the Court. Cecilia Muñoz-Palma, an appointee of President Ferdinand Marcos, was the first woman to sit on the Court. Since" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who plays finn on my mad fat diary" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Nico Mirallegro Nico Mirallegro Nico Cristian Mirallegro ( ) (born 26 January 1991) is an English actor. He is best known for his British television roles as Barry \"Newt\" Newton in the soap opera \"Hollyoaks\" (2007–2010), Finn Nelson in \"My Mad Fat Diary\" (2013–2015), Joe Middleton in \"The Village\" (2013), and Johnjo O'Shea in \"Common\" (2014). Mirallegro is a BAFTA Award-nominated performer who has appeared in television, film, radio drama, and theatre. Recognized in 2012 by \"Screen International\" as one of its Stars of Tomorrow, he has been lauded as one of the United Kingdom's \"most promising young actors.\" Growing up in" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "My Mad Fat Diary Finn, Archie, Izzy and Chop. Throughout its run, \"My Mad Fat Diary\" received critical acclaim, particularly for its accurate and honest portrayal of mental illness and Sharon Rooney's performance. \"The Guardian\"s Sam Wollaston called it a \"lovely drama – honest and painful, real, and very funny,\" going on to say \"Sharon Rooney's performance in the lead is natural, effortless and utterly believable; she should win something for it.\" \"The Stage\" called it \"a comedy drama that actually satisfies the criteria of both genres, \"My Mad Fat Diary\" offers a unique and uncompromising perspective on adolescent angst that distresses and delights" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "which type of technology encapsulates fibre channel communications over tcp / ip" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Fibre Channel over Ethernet meant to integrate with existing Fibre Channel networks and management software. Data centers used Ethernet for TCP/IP networks and Fibre Channel for storage area networks (SANs). With FCoE, Fibre Channel becomes another network protocol running on Ethernet, alongside traditional Internet Protocol (IP) traffic. FCoE operates directly above Ethernet in the network protocol stack, in contrast to iSCSI which runs on top of TCP and IP. As a consequence, FCoE is not routable at the IP layer, and will not work across routed IP networks. Since classical Ethernet had no priority-based flow control, unlike Fibre Channel, FCoE required enhancements to the" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Fibre Channel over IP of the IP Network. A competing technology to FCIP is known as iFCP. It uses routing instead of tunneling to enable connectivity of Fibre Channel networks over IP. Fibre Channel over IP Fibre Channel over IP (FCIP or FC/IP, also known as Fibre Channel tunneling or storage tunneling) is an Internet Protocol (IP) created by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) for storage technology. An FCIP entity functions to encapsulate Fibre Channel frames and forward them over an IP network. FCIP entities are peers that communicate using TCP/IP. FCIP technology overcomes the distance limitations of native Fibre Channel, enabling geographically" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who was president during attack on pearl harbor" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Attack on Pearl Harbor Japan, but the lack of any formal warning, particularly while negotiations were still apparently ongoing, led President Franklin D. Roosevelt to proclaim December 7, 1941, \"a date which will live in infamy\". Because the attack happened without a declaration of war and without explicit warning, the attack on Pearl Harbor was later judged in the Tokyo Trials to be a war crime. War between Japan and the United States had been a possibility that each nation had been aware of, and planned for, since the 1920s. The relationship between the two countries was cordial enough that they remained trading partners." ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Vulnerability of Pearl Harbor in 1941 after taking office, Navy Secretary Knox wrote an overview memo which specifically noted the possibility of an attack at Pearl Harbor. However, neither observation led to formal policy recommendations to forestall such an attack. Admiral James O. Richardson, who was fired by President Roosevelt for complaining about the President's order to station the Pacific Fleet in Pearl Harbor instead of its normal berthing on the U.S. West Coast, blamed the President for the \"initial defeats in the Pacific\" as \"direct, real and personal.\" Richardson believed stationing the fleet in Pearl Harbor made the ships extremely vulnerable against attack and provided" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "where does the umbilical vein enter the circulation of the fetus" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Fetal circulation of the liver first joins with the portal vein. The blood then moves to the right atrium of the heart. In the fetus, there is an opening between the right and left atrium (the \"foramen ovale\"), and most of the blood flows through this hole directly into the left atrium from the right atrium, thus bypassing pulmonary circulation. The continuation of this blood flow is into the left ventricle, and from there it is pumped through the aorta into the body. Some of the blood moves from the aorta through the internal iliac arteries to the umbilical arteries, and re-enters" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Fetus into the left atrium, thus bypassing pulmonary circulation. The majority of blood flow is into the left ventricle from where it is pumped through the aorta into the body. Some of the blood moves from the aorta through the internal iliac arteries to the umbilical arteries, and re-enters the placenta, where carbon dioxide and other waste products from the fetus are taken up and enter the woman's circulation. Some of the blood from the right atrium does not enter the left atrium, but enters the right ventricle and is pumped into the pulmonary artery. In the fetus, there is a" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "when did def leppard 's drummer lose his arm" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Rick Allen (drummer) and was sentenced on 6 August 1996 to attend Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, sought counselling, and served 30 days community service on a graffiti-removal work crew. Rick Allen (drummer) Richard John Cyril Allen (born 1 November 1963) is an English drummer who has played for the hard rock band Def Leppard since 1978. He overcame the amputation of his left arm in 1985 and continued to play with the band, which subsequently went on to its most commercially successful phase. He is known as \"The Thunder God\" by fans. Rick Allen was born on November 1, 1963 in Dronfield, Derbyshire to" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Hysteria (Def Leppard album) worldwide media coverage surrounding it. It is also the last album to feature guitarist Steve Clark before his death, although songs co-written by him would appear on the band's next album, \"Adrenalize\". The album is the follow-up to the band's 1983 breakthrough \"Pyromania\". \"Hysteria\"s creation took over three years and was plagued by delays, including the aftermath of drummer Rick Allen’s accident that cost him his left arm on New year’s eve of 31 December, 1984. Subsequent to the album's release, Def Leppard published a book entitled \"Animal Instinct: The Def Leppard Story\", written by \"Rolling Stone\" magazine Senior Editor" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "whose portrait appears on the choir call to the right of the apse of san vitale ravenna" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Basilica of San Vitale foot of the apse side walls are two famous mosaic panels, completed in 547. On the right is a mosaic depicting the East Roman Emperor Justinian I, clad in Tyrian purple with a golden halo, standing next to court officials, Bishop Maximian, palatinae guards and deacons. The halo around his head gives him the same aspect as Christ in the dome of the apse, but is part of the tradition of rendering the imperial family with haloes describe by Ernst Kantorowicz in the King's Two Bodies. Justinian himself stands in the middle, with soldiers on his right and clergy on" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Mosaic in the Basilica of San Vitale were executed shortly after the Byzantine conquest. The mosaics of the Basilica of Sant'Apollinare in Classe were made around 549. The anti-Arian theme is obvious in the apse mosaic of San Michele in Affricisco, executed in 545–547 (largely destroyed; the remains in Berlin). The last example of Byzantine mosaics in Ravenna was commissioned by bishop Reparatus between 673–79 in the Basilica of Sant'Apollinare in Classe. The mosaic panel in the apse showing the bishop with Emperor Constantine IV is obviously an imitation of the Justinian panel in San Vitale. The mosaic pavement of the" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "the unit of area in mks system is" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "MKS system of units MKS system of units The MKS system of units is a physical system of measurement that uses the metre, kilogram, and second (MKS) as base units. Adopted in 1889, use of the MKS system of units succeeded the centimetre–gram–second system of units (CGS) in commerce and engineering. The metre and kilogram system served as the basis for the development of the International System of Units (abbreviated SI), which now serves as the international standard. Because of this, the standards of the CGS system were gradually replaced with metric standards incorporated from the MKS system. An advantage of MKS units is" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "MKS system of units addition to derived units. An incomplete list of the base and derived units appears below. Since the MKS system of units never had a governing body to rule on a standard definition, the list of units depended on different conventions at different times. In 1901, Giovanni Giorgi proposed to the (AEI) that this system, extended with a fourth unit to be taken from the units of electromagnetism, be used as an international system. This system was strongly promoted by electrical engineer George A. Campbell. MKS system of units The MKS system of units is a physical system of measurement that" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "what is the name of the college in animal house" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Animal House \"The 500 Greatest Movies of All Time\". The film was also selected by \"The New York Times\" as one of \"The 1000 Best Movies Ever Made\". Animal House National Lampoon's Animal House is a 1978 American comedy film directed by John Landis and written by Harold Ramis, Douglas Kenney and Chris Miller. It stars John Belushi, Tim Matheson, John Vernon, Verna Bloom, Thomas Hulce, Stephen Furst, and Donald Sutherland. The film is about a misfit group of fraternity members who challenge the authority of the dean of Faber College. The film was produced by Matty Simmons of \"National Lampoon\" and" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Animal House (Neidemeyer's horse, Junior, and John Belushi each received $40,000), the decision cost Sutherland what he estimates as $14 million. The star's participation, however, was crucial; Landis later said \"It was Donald Sutherland who essentially got the film made.\" \"Pinto\" was screenwriter Chris Miller's nickname at his Dartmouth fraternity. DeWayne Jessie adopted the \"Otis Day\" name in his private life and continued touring with the band. The filmmakers' next problem was finding a college that would let them shoot the film on their campus. They submitted the script to a number of colleges and universities but \"nobody wanted this movie\" due" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who owned the louisiana territory when the constitution was signed" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Louisiana Purchase to acquire any territory. Jefferson agreed that the U.S. Constitution did not contain explicit provisions for acquiring territory, but he asserted that his constitutional power to negotiate treaties was sufficient. Throughout the second half of the 18th century, Louisiana was a pawn on the chessboard of European politics. It was controlled by the French, who had a few small settlements along the Mississippi and other main rivers. France ceded the territory to Spain in the secret Treaty of Fontainebleau (1762). Following French defeat in the Seven Years' War, Spain gained control of the territory west of the Mississippi and the" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Jefferson Territory (in honor of Thomas Jefferson, the third President of the United States who had authorized the 1803 Louisiana Purchase that included much of the proposed territory) was chosen and a constitutional convention was scheduled for June 6, 1859. The conventioneers met that day, and then adjourned until August 1, 1859, when 167 representatives from 37 districts met to draft a constitution for Jefferson State. The state constitution was subsequently rejected in a popular referendum on September 24 in favor of creating a territory, primarily because the organization of the territory would be funded by Congress while the organization of a" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "when is the last time the pirates won the world series" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Pittsburgh Pirates a home run. They also won the 1971 World Series, led by the talent of Roberto Clemente, and the 1979 World Series under the slogan \"We Are Family\", led by \"Pops\" Willie Stargell. After a run of regular-season success in the early 1990s (winning three straight East Division titles), the Pirates struggled mightily over the following 20 years, with 20 consecutive losing seasons from 1993 to 2012—the longest such streak in American professional sports historybefore posting a winning record in 2013 of 94–68, qualifying them for the NL Wild Card. They advanced to the NL Division Series round, where they" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "1960 World Series and gala on December 15, 2010. The telecast was also released on DVD by A&E Home Video. 1960 World Series (4–3): Pittsburgh Pirates (N.L.) over New York Yankees (A.L.) This would prove to be Casey Stengel's last World Series, as the Yankee club soon sent him into retirement. This led to his famous remark, \"I'll never make the mistake of turning 70 again.\" Mazeroski and Clemente were the last two remaining Pirate players from the 1960 World Series winners along with manager Danny Murtaugh, when the Pirates won the World Series in 1971. To date, this is the last championship" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "what 's the name of the little turtle in finding nemo" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Finding Nemo the way, they encounter a bloom of jellyfish that traps and nearly stings them to death. Marlin loses consciousness and awakens on the back of a sea turtle named Crush, who shuttles Marlin and Dory on the East Australian Current. Marlin tells the story of his journey to a group of young sea turtles led by Crush's son Squirt. News of his quest spreads across the ocean. Near the harbor, a pelican named Nigel flies to the dentist's office and brings news of Marlin's efforts. Inspired, Nemo makes a second attempt to jam the filter. He succeeds, but the dentist" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "The Seas with Nemo & Friends into a new pavilion based on the recently released Pixar film \"Finding Nemo\". The majority of the transformation began with exterior elements, but in January 2004, the interior began to change as well. On November 16, 2004, Turtle Talk with Crush opened in what was once Module 1C, or the Earth Systems exhibit. The show's unexpected success overwhelmed the pavilion, causing the development of plans to move Turtle Talk with Crush to a larger area in the pavilion. Turtle Talk with Crush was only the beginning of changes to The Living Seas. On August 21, 2005, The Living Seas closed" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who plays the voice of belle in beauty and the beast" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Paige O'Hara Paige O'Hara Donna Paige Helmintoller, better known as Paige O'Hara (born May 10, 1956), is an American actress, voice actress, singer and painter. O'Hara began her career as a Broadway actress in 1983 when she portrayed Ellie May Chipley in the musical \"Showboat\". In 1991, she made her motion picture debut in Disney's \"Beauty and the Beast\", in which she voiced the film's heroine, Belle. Following the critical and commercial success of \"Beauty and the Beast\", O'Hara reprised her role as Belle in the film's two direct-to-video follow-ups, \"\" (1997) and \"Belle's Magical World\" (1998), and for a cameo appearance" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Beauty and the Beast (Disney song) of love is as timeless and ageless as a \"tale as old as time\". Lansbury's rendition is heard during the famous ballroom sequence between Belle and the Beast, while a shortened chorale version plays in the closing scenes of the film, and the song's motif features frequently in other pieces of Menken's film score. Lansbury was initially hesitant to record \"Beauty and the Beast\" because she felt that it was not suitable for her aging singing voice, but ultimately completed the song in one take. \"Beauty and the Beast\" was subsequently recorded as a pop duet by Canadian singer Celine" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "when was the hero with a thousand faces published" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "The Hero with a Thousand Faces The Hero with a Thousand Faces The Hero with a Thousand Faces (first published in 1949) is a work of comparative mythology by Joseph Campbell. In this book, Campbell discusses his theory of the mythological structure of the journey of the archetypal hero found in world myths. Since the publication of \"The Hero with a Thousand Faces\", Campbell's theory has been consciously applied by a wide variety of modern writers and artists. Filmmaker George Lucas acknowledged Campbell's theory in mythology, and its influence on the \"Star Wars\" films. The Joseph Campbell Foundation and New World Library issued a new edition" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "The Hero with a Thousand Faces Hamill as Luke Skywalker on the cover. Princeton University Press issued a commemorative printing of the second edition in 2004 on the occasion of the joint centennial of Campbell's birth and the Press's founding with an added foreword by Clarissa Pinkola Estés. A third edition, compiled by the Joseph Campbell Foundation and published by New World Library, was released as the twelfth title in the Collected Works of Joseph Campbell series in July 2008. \"The Hero with a Thousand Faces\" has been translated into over twenty languages, including Spanish, Portuguese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Chinese (simplified and traditional), Turkish," ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "when did the united states begin its revolution" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "History of the United States by consent. They were highly sensitive to the issue of tyranny, which they saw manifested in the arrival in Boston of the British Army to punish the Bostonians. This heightened their sense of violated rights, leading to rage and demands for revenge. They had faith that God was on their side. The American Revolutionary War began at Concord and Lexington in April 1775 when the British tried to seize ammunition supplies and arrest the Patriot leaders. In terms of political values, the Americans were largely united on a concept called Republicanism, that rejected aristocracy and emphasized civic duty and a" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Anadyrsky District center of the district. At the same time, a Russian-American Company employee named Pyotr Baranov established a small trading base on the site of present-day Anadyr. Exploitation of the various minerals to be found in the district did not begin until the early 20th century, when the Russian North-Eastern Siberian Society, an American conglomerate, began to extract gold and ship it back to the United States, though this enterprise ceased in 1912. Due to the distance between Anadyrsky District and Moscow, news of the October Revolution took nearly a month to arrive and even when it did, Bolshevik politics did" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who played cosette in les miserables 25th anniversary" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Les Misérables in Concert: The 25th Anniversary Earl Carpenter as the Bishop of Digne. Originally, Camilla Kerslake had been selected to perform as Cosette; however, she was unable to attend. Katie Hall was selected in her place. Hall had previously acted as Cosette at the Queen's Theatre from 2009 and in the 25th Anniversary Tour production at the Barbican. Casts of the current London, international tour, and original 1985 London productions took part, comprising an ensemble of three hundred performers and musicians. The orchestra was conducted by David Charles Abell, who also conducted the 10th Anniversary performance in Royal Albert Hall in 1995. For the encore, four" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Ella Ballentine Ballentine played the role of the youngest daughter, Francis Perks. She continued with her stage career with the leading role of Felicia in \"Numbers\", a 2012 Toronto Fringe Festival play for which she received rave reviews. In 2013 she returned to Mirvish Productions to play the role of Little Cosette / Young Eponine in the highly acclaimed 25th Anniversary production of \"Les Miserables\". Ballentine's film acting debut occurred in \"Baby's First Christmas\" for Hallmark Channel in 2012 where she played Kate, one of the main characters. The TV movie was directed by , and featured Casper Van Dien, Rachel Wilson," ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "when was the last time the falcons were in the super bowl" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Atlanta Falcons 2010, 2012, and 2016. The Falcons have appeared in two Super Bowls, the first during the 1998 season in Super Bowl XXXIII, where they lost to the Denver Broncos and the second was eighteen years later, a overtime defeat by the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LI. The Falcons' current home field is Mercedes-Benz Stadium, which opened for the 2017 season; the team's headquarters and practice facilities are located at a site in Flowery Branch, northeast of Atlanta in Hall County. Professional football first came to Atlanta in 1962, when the American Football League (AFL) staged two preseason contests," ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "1998 Denver Broncos season 23–10 after coming back from a 10–0 deficit. Many had expected Denver to play the Minnesota Vikings in the Super Bowl, the team with the number one record that year at 15–1, but the Vikings lost the NFC Championship Game to the Atlanta Falcons in overtime. The Broncos defeated the Falcons 34–19 in Super Bowl XXXIII. Elway was the Super Bowl MVP and Davis rushed for over 100 yards. It was Elway's last game, and until the 2013 season, the last time Denver reached the Super Bowl. The Broncos had 3,808 yards passing, sixth in the league. They had 2,468" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "what is the default administrative distance assigned to all ospf routes" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Administrative distance network administrator. On Cisco routers, routes issued by OSPF have a lower default administrative distance than routes issued by the Routing Information Protocol. By default, OSPF has a default administrative distance of 110 and RIP has a default administrative distance of 120. The administrative distance (AD) value is assigned by the router on a per-protocol basis. Routers, by design, should not install multiple routes into the routing table as this has the potential to cause routing loops. While a router may run multiple routing protocols on the same device, it is necessary for the router to implement a process to" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Administrative distance in preference to OSPF. codice_1 Manually configuring the administrative distance is also required when configuring a floating static route. Floating static routes are used to provide an alternate path when a primary link fails. In order for static routes to be configured as a backup, the static route's administrative distance would need to be adjusted. Otherwise, it will take precedence over all routing protocols and routes issued from a routing protocol will not be inserted into the routing table. The example below shows how to configure the administrative distance to 254 to specify that it should only be used as" ]
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[ "Represent the Wikipedia question for retrieving relevant documents;", "who is the most decorated veteran in us history" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Audie Murphy Audie Murphy Audie Leon Murphy (20 June 1925 – 28 May 1971) was one of the most decorated American combat soldiers of World War II. He received every military combat award for valor available from the U.S. Army, as well as French and Belgian awards for heroism. Murphy received the Medal of Honor for valor that he demonstrated at the age of 19 for single-handedly holding off an entire company of German soldiers for an hour at the Colmar Pocket in France in January 1945, then leading a successful counterattack while wounded and out of ammunition. Murphy was born into" ]
[ "Represent the Wikipedia document for retrieval;", "Cherokee military history as 40 Cherokee men also used their native language for sensitive communications during World War II. Admiral Joseph \"Jocko\" Clark, an Oklahoma Cherokee, was a highly decorated admiral in the United States Navy for his command of aircraft carriers during World War II. Clark's rank was the highest achieved by a Native American in the US military. Second Lieutenant Billy Walkabout, an Oklahoma Cherokee from the Blue Clan, was the most-decorated Native American veteran of the Vietnam War. He served in the United States Army Company F, 58th Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division. The United Keetoowah Band Lighthorse Color Guard" ]
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I am not the author of the dataset or the paper. I have just uploaded it for ease of availability. For all information please refer to the website

Dataset Card for "medi"

The MEDI data consists of a collection of 330 datasets from Super-NI(Super-NaturalInstructions), sentence-transformer embedding training data, and KILT, spanning a wide range of domains and tasks.

If you use the dataset, please cite the following papers including Su et al., 2022, Wang et al., 2022, Petroni et al., 2021 and sentence transformer embedding training data at https://huggingface.co/datasets/sentence-transformers/embedding-training-data.

Citation Information

@inproceedings{INSTRUCTOR,
  title={One Embedder, Any Task: Instruction-Finetuned Text Embeddings},
  author={Hongjin Su, Weijia Shi, Jungo Kasai, Yizhong Wang, Yushi Hu, Mari Ostendorf, Wen-tau Yih, Noah A. Smith, Luke Zettlemoyer, Tao Yu},
  url={https://arxiv.org/abs/2212.09741},
  year={2022},
}

@inproceedings{wang2022super,
  title={Super-naturalinstructions: generalization via declarative instructions on 1600+ tasks},
  author={Wang, Yizhong and Mishra, Swaroop and Alipoormolabashi, Pegah and Kordi, Yeganeh and Mirzaei, Amirreza and Arunkumar, Anjana and Ashok, Arjun and Dhanasekaran, Arut Selvan and Naik, Atharva and Stap, David and others},
  year={2022},
  organization={EMNLP}
}

@article{petroni2020kilt,
  title={KILT: a benchmark for knowledge intensive language tasks},
  author={Petroni, Fabio and Piktus, Aleksandra and Fan, Angela and Lewis, Patrick and Yazdani, Majid and De Cao, Nicola and Thorne, James and Jernite, Yacine and Karpukhin, Vladimir and Maillard, Jean and others},
  journal={arXiv preprint arXiv:2009.02252},
  year={2020}
}
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