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  1. This page lists pictures that used to be featured pictures, but were demoted because they do not meet current featured picture criteria. Featured pictures can only be demoted through a consensus derived through discussion at the featured picture candidates page. Dear reader/writer of this Former featured pictures.

  2. Wheat mildew. Wheat mildew is a bot-generated article whose only reference is Household Cyclopedia. The article is terribly out of date and was tagged for 'tone' in 2007. In my opinion, its only interest is historical (and the history of housekeeping or wheat belongs elsewhere).

  3. Nov 09, 2014 · A sky that still had the morning’s sunlight remaining. I inhaled a deep breath and, simultaneously with the exhale, I swung the spear. . Hey everyone, it’s the hero that crawls into your bed, Yashiro Yuu. (TL note: I think that is a reference to “Haiyore, Nyaruko-san”)

  4. Support - Hafspajen ( talk) 11:20, 7 March 2015 (UTC) Not Promoted -- Armbrust The Homunculus 12:00, 12 March 2015 (UTC) There is only a 62.5% support for promotion, which isn't enough for the image to become featured. -- Armbrust The Homunculus 12:00, 12 March 2015 (UTC) Christ Crowned with Thorns – Bosch.

  5. Culinary linguistics, a sub-branch of applied linguistics, is the study of food and language across various interdisciplinary fields such as linguistic, anthropology, sociolinguistics, and consumption politics and globalisation. Contents 1 Methodology 1.1 Written Language 1.2 Spoken Language 1.3 Visual Language 2 Food Politics 2.1 Product Labelling

  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › History_of_veganismVeganism - Wikipedia

    Belgium: A 2016 iVOX online study found that out of 1000 Dutch-speaking residents of Flanders and Brussels of 18 years and over, 0.3 percent were vegan. Brazil: According to research by IBOPE Inteligência published in April 2018, 14% of Brazilians, or about 30 million people, considered themselves vegetarians, 7 million of them vegans.

  7. The United States has traditionally been thought of as a melting pot, with immigrants contributing to but eventually assimilating with mainstream American culture. However, beginning in the 1960s and continuing on in the present day, the country trends towards cultural pluralism, and partisanship.

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