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This page is based on Wikipedia articles in '''[[:wikipedia:en:Category:2014 disestablishments|Category:2014 disestablishments]]'''. The websites for these entities could vanish in the foreseable future.
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1625680|A Different Drum]]''' || record label || A Different Drum was an independent record label and online store based in Smithfield, Utah, founded in 1996. The label specialized in synthpop and related genres. A Different Drum has released hundreds of albums, singles, and compilations and was the biggest synthpop label in the U.S. <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Utah''</small> || http://www.adifferentdrum.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q18398139|A Pound of Flesh for 50p]]''' || sculpture || A Pound of Flesh for 50p, also known as Melting House, was a temporary outdoor sculpture by artist Alex Chinneck, located in London, United Kingdom. Part of the city's Merge Festival, the two-story house sculpture was constructed from 8,000 paraffin wax bricks and it was designed to melt with assistance from a heating apparatus over the course of the installation, It was displayed from September 26 to November 18, 2014, at 40 Southwark Street, SE1 9HP. the structure's roof being gradually lowered as the wax melted. After it had been reduced to "a pile of hardened goo", the sculpture was removed.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.alexchinneck.com/projects/a-pound-of-flesh-for-50p-2/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16974094|A-11 Football League]]''' ||  || The A-11 Football League (A11FL) was a proposed professional American football league that was introduced in 2013 and scheduled its first season for 2014. The league would have played in the spring, and it planned on using modified National Football League rules that allowed for the A-11 offense, a system which allowed "All 11" offensive players to be eligible receivers depending on how they line up at scrimmage. The A11FL introduced six of its eight planned franchises in April 2013, and added a seventh proposed team several months later, with five of the seven franchises reviving names of franchises from the original United States Football League of the 1980s. The A11FL announced plans to play two televised "showcase games" in the spring of 2014 and a full schedule in 2015.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in the United States''</small> || http://www.a11fl.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4646960|A-Z (store)]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Denmark''</small> || http://a-z.dk/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2253772|A.C.D. Trissino-Valdagno]]''' || association football club || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.calciotrissinovaldagno.it/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16835531|A.O. Trikala 1963 F.C.]]''' || association football team || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Greece''</small> || http://aotrikala1963.gr/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4647310|A.S.D. Chiavari Calcio Caperana]]''' || association football club || A.S.D. Chiavari Calcio Caperana was an Italian association football club, based in Caperana, a frazione of Chiavari, Liguria.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.asdchiavaricalciocaperana.it/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q291863|AFC President's Cup]]''' || international association football clubs cup || The AFC President's Cup was an annual international association football competition between domestic clubs sides run by the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) held between 2005 and 2014.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Asia''</small> || http://www.the-afc.com/competition/afc-president%E2%80%99s-cup || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q291863|AFC President's Cup]]''' || international association football clubs cup || http://www.the-afc.com/competition/afc-president%E2%80%99s-cup || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2624909|Abandon All Ships]]''' || musical group || Abandon All Ships was a Canadian metalcore band from Toronto, Ontario. Formed in 2006, the group was signed domestically to Universal Music Canada via Underground Operations, along with an American deal to Rise Records and its imprint Velocity Records. Most of the band's members are of Italian origin.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Ontario''</small> || http://abandonallships.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4669568|Abronhill High School]]''' || secondary school || Abronhill High School was a non-denominational, comprehensive, secondary school in Abronhill, a suburb of the Scottish new town of Cumbernauld. The school roll was 473 pupils in January 2009. The school was the setting of the 1981 Scottish film Gregory's Girl. Abronhill High School was located near Abronhill Town Centre. It closed in June 2014.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Scotland''</small> || http://www.abronhillhigh.n-lanark.sch.uk/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3600903|Aegon Trophy]]''' ||  || The Aegon Trophy was an annual tennis tournament played in Nottingham, England. The tournament was part of the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) Challenger Tour and the International Tennis Federation (ITF) Women's Circuit as a $75,000 event. The tournament's key sponsor was Dutch insurance firm Aegon. The Aegon Trophy and Aegon Nottingham Challenge were the only challenger events to be held on grass. The tournament was held at the end of May before the main tour's grass court season starts.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.lta.org.uk/fans-major-events/Nottingham-Festival-of-Tennis/AEGON-Trophy/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q381078|Aer Arann]]''' || airline || Aer Arann (styled as Aer Arann Regional) was a regional airline based in Dublin, Ireland. The airline operated scheduled services on behalf of Aer Lingus Regional. The airline had three bases in Cork, Dublin and Shannon which operated under the Aer Lingus Regional brand. || http://www.aerarann.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15713429|African Wildlife Safaris Cycling Team]]''' || club cycling team || African Wildlife Safaris Cycling Team is an Australian UCI Continental cycling team established in 2014.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.africanwildlifesafaris.com.au/cycling/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15713429|African Wildlife Safaris Cycling Team]]''' || club cycling team || http://www.africanwildlifesafaris.com.au/cycling/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4691681|Agdash Private Turkish High School]]''' || secondary school || AOTL - Agdash Private Turkish High School (, also abbr. AÖTL), was a highly elite private secondary school in the city of Agdash in Azerbaijan. The school was established in 1993. Since its establishment, in 15 years, the school won more than 86 awards in both national and international science Olympiads. 6th grade students took an admissions test in order to get accepted to the school. Tuition fees varied yearly and were very high compared to the life standards in Azerbaijan. In the school, courses were instructed in three languages: Azerbaijani, English and Turkish. Almost 99 percent of the graduates pursued college education. Most of them resumed their higher education in England, USA, Turkey or Russia. Agdash Private Turkish High School was a chain in a network of similar high schools across Azerbaijan run by Çağ Öyrətim İşlətmələri A.O. which was owned by the Azerbaijani state-owned oil and natural gas corporation of SOCAR.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Azerbaijan''</small> || http://agdas.cag.edu.az/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17004292|Air Caucasus]]''' || airline || Air Caucasus was a Georgian airline based in Tbilisi.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Georgia (country)''</small> || http://aircaucasus.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q407697|Air One]]''' || airline ||  || http://www.flyairone.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6886798|Airbus LPGA Classic]]''' || sporting event || http://www.mobilebaylpgaclassic.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q407874|Air Uganda]]''' || airline || Meridiana Africa Airlines (Uganda) Limited, trading as Air Uganda, was a privately owned airline in Uganda from 2007 to 2014. It suspended its operations when the Uganda Civil Aviation Authority (UCAA) revoked the airline's air operator's certificate. || http://www.air-uganda.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q880887|Airmobile Operations Division (Germany)]]''' || division || http://www.deutschesheer.de/portal/a/dlo/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6886798|Airbus LPGA Classic]]''' || sporting event || The Airbus LPGA Classic was a women's professional golf tournament on the LPGA Tour, played in Mobile, Alabama from 2008 to 2014.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Alabama''</small> || http://www.mobilebaylpgaclassic.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16824614|Alam Al Yawm]]''' || newspaper || http://www.alamalyawm.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4709358|Albany Panthers]]''' || sports team || http://www.albanypanthers.net/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16824614|Alam Al Yawm]]''' || newspaper || Alam Al Yawm (in Arabic عالم اليوم meaning The World of Today) was an Arabic newspaper published in Kuwait. The paper had an independent and moderate stance.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Kuwait''</small> || http://www.alamalyawm.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4713688|Alderman Blaxill School]]''' || secondary school || http://blaxill.net/Index.html || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4709358|Albany Panthers]]''' || sports team || The Albany Panthers were an indoor football team based in Albany, Georgia. The team joined the Southern Indoor Football League (SIFL) during their inaugural season in 2010. When the SIFL folded, the team joined the Professional Indoor Football League (PIFL) in 2012. The Panthers' home games were played at the Albany Civic Center until 2014.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Georgia (U.S. state)''</small> || http://www.albanypanthers.net/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q658131|Alki Larnaca FC]]''' || association football club || http://www.alkifc.com.cy || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4713688|Alderman Blaxill School]]''' || secondary school || Alderman Blaxill School was a secondary school with academy status in Colchester, Essex, and was the town's smallest secondary school. It closed in 2014.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://blaxill.net/Index.html || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4733588|Alma Park Zoo]]''' || zoo || http://www.almaparkzoo.com.au/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q658131|Alki Larnaca FC]]''' || association football club || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Cyprus''</small> || http://www.alkifc.com.cy || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q202791|American LaFrance]]''' || business || http://www.americanlafrance.com || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4733588|Alma Park Zoo]]''' || zoo || }}Alma Park Zoo was a zoo located north of Brisbane, Australia, in Dakabin on Alma Road. The small park was filled with Australian and exotic species. Alma Park Zoo was the first zoo to open in Queensland and was the oldest zoo in Queensland.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.almaparkzoo.com.au/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q316890|Anajo]]''' || musical group || http://www.anajo.de || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q202791|American LaFrance]]''' || business || American LaFrance (ALF) was an American vehicle manufacturer which focused primarily on the production of fire engines, fire aerials, and emergency apparatus such as ambulance and rescue vehicles. The company was located in Summerville, South Carolina. It was announced Friday, January 17, 2014, they would cease operations. || http://www.americanlafrance.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q488833|Anberlin]]''' || musical group || http://www.anberlin.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q316890|Anajo]]''' || musical group || Anajo was an indie pop band from Augsburg, Germany that was active between 1999 and 2014. Consisting of Oliver Gottwald (vocals, guitar), Michael Schmidt (bass, keyboards) and Ingolf Nössner (drums), the band produced guitar pop with electronic sounds, these being more prominent in earlier recordings. Anajo's debut album was released in 2004 and the band went on to record three further albums, the most commercially successful reaching No.&nbsp;51 in the German charts.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Germany''</small> || http://www.anajo.de || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q575683|Antigua Barracuda FC]]''' || association football club || http://antiguabarracudafc.com/new/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q488833|Anberlin]]''' || musical group || Anberlin was an American alternative rock band formed in Winter Haven, Florida in 2002, disbanded in 2014, and reunited in 2018. Since the beginning of 2007, the band consisted of lead vocalist Stephen Christian, guitarists Joseph Milligan and Christian McAlhaney, bassist Deon Rexroat, and drummer Nathan Young.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Florida''</small> || http://www.anberlin.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q11040351|Araz-Naxçıvan PFK]]''' || association football club || http://arazpfc.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q575683|Antigua Barracuda FC]]''' || association football club || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in North America''</small> || http://antiguabarracudafc.com/new/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4797749|Arthur (magazine)]]''' || magazine || http://www.arthurmag.com || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q11040351|Araz-Naxçıvan PFK]]''' || association football club || Araz-Naxçıvan PFK was an Azerbaijani football club based in Nakchivan.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Azerbaijan''</small> || http://arazpfc.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4809315|Association des Girl Guides Luxembourgeoises]]''' || organization || http://www.aggl.lu || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4797749|Arthur (magazine)]]''' || magazine || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://www.arthurmag.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4816072|Atlanta Football Classic]]''' || || http://www.atlantafootballclassic.com || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4809315|Association des Girl Guides Luxembourgeoises]]''' || organization || The Association des Girl Guides Luxembourgeoises (AGGL, Association of Luxembourgish Girl Guides) was a Guiding association in Luxembourg. The association was founded in 1916 under the name Les Guides de Luxembourg and closed down in 2014. The interreligious and coeducational association served about 220 members in 2008. || http://www.aggl.lu || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7714805|Atlantic Club Casino Hotel]]''' || hotel || http://www.atlanticclubcasino.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4816072|Atlanta Football Classic]]''' || || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Georgia (U.S. state)''</small> || http://www.atlantafootballclassic.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q765776|Augusta RiverHawks]]''' || ice hockey team || http://www.augustariverhawks.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7714805|Atlantic Club Casino Hotel]]''' || hotel || The Atlantic Club Casino Hotel, formerly known as Golden Nugget, Bally's Grand, The Grand, Atlantic City Hilton and ACH, is a closed casino and hotel located at the southern end of the boardwalk in Atlantic City, New Jersey, owned and operated by Colony Capital. It was the city's first and only "locals casino". The Atlantic Club permanently closed on January 13, 2014, at 12:01 AM, largely as a result of dwindling casino visitors to Atlantic City due to increased competition in neighboring states. A third of Atlantic City's boardwalk casinos closed the same year, the others being Revel, Trump Plaza, and Showboat. Redevelopment proposals include a water park.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in New Jersey''</small> || http://www.atlanticclubcasino.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2579272|Augusto Severo International Airport]]''' || international airport || http://www.infraero.com.br/index.php/br/aeroportos/rio-grande-do-norte/aeroporto-internacional-augusto-severo.html || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q765776|Augusta RiverHawks]]''' || ice hockey team || The Augusta RiverHawks were a professional minor league ice hockey team based in Augusta, Georgia. They played in the Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL) from 2010 to 2013. They played their home games at the James Brown Arena.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Georgia (U.S. state)''</small> || http://www.augustariverhawks.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4824170|Australian Fishing and Lifestyle Party]]''' || political party || http://aflp.org.au/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2579272|Augusto Severo International Airport]]''' || international airport || Augusto Severo International Airport , formerly called Parnamirim Airport, was the airport that served Natal, Brazil, located in the adjoining municipality of Parnamirim.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Brazil''</small> || http://www.infraero.com.br/index.php/br/aeroportos/rio-grande-do-norte/aeroporto-internacional-augusto-severo.html || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17014377|Autocrat, LLC]]''' || || http://www.autocrat.com || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4824170|Australian Fishing and Lifestyle Party]]''' || political party || The Australian Fishing and Lifestyle Party (AFLP) was a minor Australian political party, formed in 2006 from the Queensland branch of the Fishing Party and federally registered in 2007. It opposes any bans on recreational fishing, the use of four-wheel drives, horse riding, trail bikes, camping and kayaking, and generally opposes conservation measures which it sees as threatening to recreation. The party's website indicates particular opposition to the Greens. It contested the Senate in the 2007 election in Queensland and South Australia, and on a joint ticket with the Shooters Party in New South Wales.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://aflp.org.au/ || {{notsaved}}
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| rowspan=2 | '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q177522|Ayrault government]]''' || rowspan=2 | Government of France || rowspan=2 | http://www.gouvernement.fr/ || rowspan=2 | {{saved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17014377|Autocrat, LLC]]''' || || Autocrat, LLC (now named Finlay Extracts and Ingredients USA (Finlays)) is a coffee and tea extracts manufacturing company based in Lincoln, Rhode Island, United States. The company's coffee syrups are often used to make coffee milk, which was made the official state drink of Rhode Island in 1993. The company's name change occurred in 2015, and its retail products remain marketed under the Autocrat brand name.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Rhode Island''</small> || http://www.autocrat.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q796165|BC Azovmash]]''' || basketball team || BC Azovmash was a Ukrainian professional basketball club. It was founded in 1990 in the city of Mariupol in South-Eastern Ukraine. In 2014, the team was folded.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Ukraine''</small> || http://www.bcazovmash.com.ua/en/index/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q796165|BC Azovmash]]''' || basketball team || http://www.bcazovmash.com.ua/en/index/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q796175|BC Donetsk]]''' || basketball team || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Ukraine''</small> || http://www.bc.donetsk.ua/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q796175|BC Donetsk]]''' || basketball team || http://www.bc.donetsk.ua/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5249741|Baku Dede Gorgud Private Turkish High School]]''' || secondary school || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Azerbaijan''</small> || http://dedeqorqud.cag.edu.az/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5249741|Baku Dede Gorgud Private Turkish High School]]''' || secondary school || http://dedeqorqud.cag.edu.az/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4849589|Baku Private Turkish High School]]''' || secondary school || Baku Private Turkish High School (, also abbr. BÖTL), was a private, boys-only, secondary school in Baku, Azerbaijan. Established in 1992, it was considered one of elite schools in Azerbaijan which had competitive admissions, where only 6th grade students who passed the admissions test were accepted. Tuition fee varied yearly and was about USD$ $7000. Courses were taught in Azerbaijani, English, and Turkish. Achievements included more than 203 medals in international competitions and olympiads and 98% university acceptance rate. School's graduates have continued their studies at universities of more than 15 countries including USA, Canada, Turkey, Germany, England, and Japan.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Azerbaijan''</small> || http://www.cag.edu.az/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4849589|Baku Private Turkish High School]]''' || secondary school || http://www.cag.edu.az/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4851754|Ballingry Rovers F.C.]]''' || association football club || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Scotland''</small> || http://www.ballingryroversfc.co.uk/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4851754|Ballingry Rovers F.C.]]''' || association football club || http://www.ballingryroversfc.co.uk/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q806634|Bank Forum]]''' || business || Bank Forum (full name – Public Joint-Stock Company "BANK FORUM") is a Ukrainian bank headquartered in Kiev, Ukraine. Founded in 1994, the bank was acquired by Smart Holding in 2012.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Ukraine''</small> || http://www.forum.ua/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q806634|Bank Forum]]''' || business || http://www.forum.ua/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q552761|Beate Uhse Erotic Museum]]''' || sex museum || The Beate Uhse Erotic Museum was a sex museum in the Charlottenburg district of Berlin, Germany.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Germany''</small> || http://erotikmuseum.beate-uhse.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q552761|Beate Uhse Erotic Museum]]''' || sex museum || http://erotikmuseum.beate-uhse.com || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4884982|Bem Simples]]''' || television program || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Brazil''</small> || http://www.bemsimples.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4884982|Bem Simples]]''' || television program || http://www.bemsimples.com || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4887084|Bendigo Football Club]]''' || Australian rules football club || The Bendigo Football Club was an Australian rules football club based in Bendigo, Victoria, Australia. The club played in the Victorian Football League (VFL) from 1998 until 2014, under the nicknames Diggers, Bombers and Gold at different times. The club disbanded at the conclusion of the 2014 VFL season.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.bendigofc.com.au || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4887084|Bendigo Football Club]]''' || Australian rules football club || http://www.bendigofc.com.au || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q830546|Best Party]]''' || frivolous political party || The Best Party was an Icelandic political party founded by Jón Gnarr on 16 November 2009. The party ran in the 2010 city council election in Reykjavík and won a plurality on the Reykjavík City Council, receiving 34.7% of the vote, defeating the Independence Party which received 33.6%. It was a member of the International Pirate Party, but not associated with the Pirate Party Iceland. Jón Gnarr announced that the party was to be dissolved after he stepped down as mayor after the upcoming local elections in May 2014. Many of the Best Party's members have joined Bright Future, although Jón himself stopped political participation.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Iceland''</small> || http://www.bestiflokkurinn.is/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q830546|Best Party]]''' || frivolous political party || http://www.bestiflokkurinn.is/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4914204|Bingham McCutchen]]''' || business || Bingham McCutchen LLP was a global law firm with approximately 850 attorneys in nine US offices and five international offices. It ceased operations in late 2014, when several hundred of its partners and associate lawyers left the firm to join Philadelphia-based Morgan Lewis.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Massachusetts''</small> || http://www.bingham.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4914204|Bingham McCutchen]]''' || business || http://www.bingham.com || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q766979|Bingo Airways]]''' || airline || Bingo Airways was a Polish charter airline based at Warsaw Chopin and Katowice Airports.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Poland''</small> || http://www.bingoairways.prime.pl || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q766979|Bingo Airways]]''' || airline || http://www.bingoairways.prime.pl || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4915999|Birding World]]''' || magazine || Birding World was a monthly birding magazine published in the United Kingdom. It is the magazine of the Bird Information Service, based at Cley next the Sea, Norfolk. With the publication of issue No. 26/12 in January 2014, Birding World magazine ceased publication.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.birdingworld.co.uk/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4915999|Birding World]]''' || magazine || http://www.birdingworld.co.uk/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2900732|Bis (Japanese idol group)]]''' || female idol group || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Japan''</small> || http://www.brandnewidolsociety.org || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2900732|Bis (Japanese idol group)]]''' || female idol group || http://www.brandnewidolsociety.org || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4917556|Bishop Ford Central Catholic High School]]''' || high school || Bishop Ford Central Catholic High School was a private, Roman Catholic high school in the Windsor Terrace section of Brooklyn, New York, located within the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn. Due to a loss of enrollment by 75% since 2006, Bishop Ford closed at the end of the 2013–2014 school year. The building is now being used by New York City's Board of Education to house K-280, a pre-kindergarten school.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in New York (state)''</small> || http://www.bishopfordhs.org || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4917556|Bishop Ford Central Catholic High School]]''' || high school || http://www.bishopfordhs.org || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4919426|Biznes & Baltiya]]''' || daily newspaper || Biznes & Baltiya was a business newspaper published in Latvia.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Latvia''</small> || http://www.bb.lv/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4919426|Biznes & Baltiya]]''' || daily newspaper || http://www.bb.lv/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4922991|Blackheath Bluecoat Church of England School]]''' || secondary school || Blackheath Bluecoat Church of England School was a secondary school and sixth form located in the Blackheath Standard area of Blackheath, in the Royal Borough of Greenwich. Its closure was announced in January 2012 and the school formally closed at the end of August 2014.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.bbcs.greenwich.sch.uk/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4922991|Blackheath Bluecoat Church of England School]]''' || secondary school || http://www.bbcs.greenwich.sch.uk/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q884711|Blockbuster LLC]]''' || business || Blockbuster LLC, formerly Blockbuster Entertainment, Inc., and also known as Blockbuster Video or simply Blockbuster was an American-based provider of home movie and video game rental services through a video rental shop, DVD-by-mail, streaming, video on demand, and cinema theater. Blockbuster expanded internationally throughout the 1990s. At its peak in November 2004, Blockbuster employed 84,300 people worldwide, including about 58,500 in the United States and about 25,800 in other countries, and had 9,094 stores in total, with more than 4,500 of these in the US.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Canada''</small> || http://www.blockbuster.com/ || {{saved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q884711|Blockbuster LLC]]''' || business || http://www.blockbuster.com/ || {{saved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4958442|Bravo (Romanian magazine)]]''' || magazine || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Romania''</small> || http://www.bravonet.ro || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4958442|Bravo (Romanian magazine)]]''' || magazine || http://www.bravonet.ro || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q48767443|Brighton, Hove & District Football League]]''' || sports league || The Brighton, Hove & District Football League was a football competition involving teams in and around Brighton, Hove and Worthing, in England. The league was established in 1903 and reached ten divisions in size by 1967. However, with the number of clubs slowly decreasing and the league reduced to only two divisions between 2011 and 2013, a merger with the Worthing & District League began in 2014, initially with a combined Premier Division. The merger was completed in 2015 with the establishment of the Brighton, Worthing & District League.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.bhdfl.co.uk/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q48767443|Brighton, Hove & District Football League]]''' || sports league || http://www.bhdfl.co.uk/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q263619|British Comedy Awards]]''' || award || The British Comedy Awards was an annual awards ceremony in the United Kingdom, running between 1990 and 2014 celebrating notable comedians and entertainment performances of the previous year.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.britishcomedyawards.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q263619|British Comedy Awards]]''' || award || http://www.britishcomedyawards.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4999479|BurnLounge]]''' || multi-level marketing company || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in New York (state)''</small> || http://www.burnlounge.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4999479|BurnLounge]]''' || multi-level marketing company || http://www.burnlounge.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q856137|CD Ourense]]''' || association football club || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Galicia (Spain)''</small> || http://www.cdourense.org/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q856137|CD Ourense]]''' || association football club || http://www.cdourense.org/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2932039|CS Caraș - Severin Reșița]]''' || handball team || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Romania''</small> || http://www.ucmsport.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2932039|CS Caraș - Severin Reșița]]''' || handball team || http://www.ucmsport.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q63506|CSP Izmailovo]]''' || women's association football team || CSP Izmailovo , formerly ShVSM Izmailovo, was a women's association football club based in Moscow, Russia. Founded in 2006, they began play in 2007 but folded in June 2014 during the Russian Women's Football Championship season.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Russia|Izmailovo''</small> || http://www.shvsmizmailovo.ru/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q63506|CSP Izmailovo]]''' || women's association football team || http://www.shvsmizmailovo.ru/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5025106|Cambodia Airlines]]''' || airline || Cambodia Airlines was an airline in Cambodia owned by The Royal Group and PAL Holdings, Inc. of the Philippines.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Cambodia''</small> || http://www.cambodiaairlines.com.kh || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5025106|Cambodia Airlines]]''' || airline || http://www.cambodiaairlines.com.kh || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5025508|Cambridge Regional College F.C.]]''' || association football club || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.cambridge-united.co.uk/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5025508|Cambridge Regional College F.C.]]''' || association football club || http://www.cambridge-united.co.uk/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16955055|Camco Financial]]''' || public company || Camco Financial Corporation, or Camco Financial, headquartered in Cambridge, Ohio, was a registered bank holding company under the law of Delaware. It wholly owned the Ohio-based Advantage Bank and operated 22 offices in Ohio, Kentucky and West Virginia. Camco offered a wide range of banking services through Advantage Bank. As of December 31, 2012, Camco had $764.259 million in total assets, $59.727 million in total stockholders' equity and $627.224 million in deposits.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Ohio''</small> || http://www.advantagebankonline.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16955055|Camco Financial]]''' || public company || http://www.advantagebankonline.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5032343|Cangene]]''' || company || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Manitoba''</small> || http://www.cangene.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5032343|Cangene]]''' || company || http://www.cangene.com || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5038901|Career Connections Charter High School]]''' || high school || Career Connections Charter High School, or CCCHS, was a charter high school in the Lawrenceville neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States, that focused on preparing students for their careers. It used methods such as mentoring, career exploration classes, career infusion into traditional classes, and soft-skill building to educate and train students for the world of careers. The culmination of the training happens during the senior year when students have the choice to spend three days a week at an internship or be dually-enrolled at a local college. || http://www.ccchs.et || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5038901|Career Connections Charter High School]]''' || high school || http://www.ccchs.et || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5044059|Carniflora Australis]]''' || scientific journal || Carniflora Australis was a biannual English-language periodical and the official publication of the Australasian Carnivorous Plant Society. Typical articles included matters of horticultural interest, field reports, and scientific studies.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.auscps.com/modules/edito/content.php?id=3/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5044059|Carniflora Australis]]''' || scientific journal || http://www.auscps.com/modules/edito/content.php?id=3/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4647368|Castel Rigone Calcio]]''' || association football club || Castel Rigone Calcio was an Italian association football club, based in Castel Rigone, a frazione of Passignano sul Trasimeno, Umbria. Castel Rigone last played in Lega Pro Seconda Divisione.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.castelrigonecalcio.it// || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4647368|Castel Rigone Calcio]]''' || association football club || http://www.castelrigonecalcio.it// || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q52072|Castelfranco di Sopra]]''' || abolished municipality in Italy || Castelfranco di Sopra is a frazione (parish) of the comune of Castelfranco Piandiscò, in the Province of Arezzo in the Italian region Tuscany. It is located about southeast of Florence and about northwest of Arezzo.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.comune.castelfranco-di-sopra.ar.it/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q52072|Castelfranco di Sopra]]''' || abolished municipality in Italy || http://www.comune.castelfranco-di-sopra.ar.it/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3316335|Central European Tour Košice–Miskolc]]''' ||  || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Hungary''</small> || http://www.kerekparsport2000.hu || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3316335|Central European Tour Košice–Miskolc]]''' ||  || http://www.kerekparsport2000.hu || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1053826|Central Hockey League]]''' || sports league || The Central Hockey League (CHL) was a North American mid-level minor professional ice hockey league which operated from 1992 until 2014. Until 2013, it was owned by Global Entertainment Corporation, at which point it was purchased by the individual franchise owners. As of the end of its final season in 2014, three of the 30 National Hockey League teams had affiliations with the CHL: the Dallas Stars, Minnesota Wild, and Tampa Bay Lightning.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in the United States''</small> || http://www.centralhockeyleague.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1053826|Central Hockey League]]''' || sports league || http://www.centralhockeyleague.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5070078|Champions Professional Indoor Football League]]''' || sports league || The Champions Professional Indoor Football League (CPIFL) was an indoor football league based along the Midwestern United States region. The league began play in February 2013. In August 2014, the CPIFL and Lone Star Football League (LSFL) completed a merger to form Champions Indoor Football (CIF) and began play in 2015.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in the United States''</small> || http://www.cpifl.org || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5070078|Champions Professional Indoor Football League]]''' || sports league || http://www.cpifl.org || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5089220|Chedoke Hospital]]''' || hospital || The Chedoke Hospital was an non-acute care hospital in Hamilton, Canada. It was operated by Hamilton Health Sciences.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Ontario''</small> || http://www.hhsc.ca/body.cfm?ID=226 || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q9213747|Chicago Inferno]]''' || association football club || The Chicago Inferno was an American soccer club based in Wheaton, Illinois, United States. The team played from 2012 to 2014 in the USL Premier Development League, the fourth division of the American soccer pyramid, in the Heartland Division of the Central Conference.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Illinois''</small> || http://www.chicago-inferno.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q9213747|Chicago Inferno]]''' || association football club || http://www.chicago-inferno.com || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3667697|Chicago Slaughter]]''' || sports team || The Chicago Slaughter was an American professional football team based in Hoffman Estates, Illinois. Having been inactive since 2013, the franchise was a part of the CIFL from 2007 to 2009, winning the championship in 2009. The Slaughter joined the Indoor Football League at the start of the 2010 season. The Slaughter played their home games at the Sears Centre in Hoffman Estates.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Illinois''</small> || http://slaughterfootball.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5095802|Chicago Talent Development High School]]''' || high school || The Chicago Talent Development High School was a public school in Chicago, Illinois. It was established in 2009, and closed at the end of the 2013-14 academic year.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Illinois''</small> || http://ctdhs.net || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5095802|Chicago Talent Development High School]]''' || high school || http://ctdhs.net || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q642433|Chivas USA]]''' || association football club || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://www.cdchivasusa.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q642433|Chivas USA]]''' || association football club || http://www.cdchivasusa.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q262668|Christian Solidarity Party]]''' || political party || The Christian Solidarity Party is an unregistered minor political party in the Republic of Ireland. It has no representation at local or national level. Founded in 1991 as the Christian Principles Party, it stood candidates in the 1991 local elections, it was reformed as the Christian Centrist Party and ran candidates in the 1992 general election receiving 0.2% of first preference votes. It was renamed in 1994 to incorporate the word "Solidarity" following a mutual pledge of support between the party and the conservative advocacy group, Family Solidarity. Its first candidate was Catherine Kelly, contesting the 1994 Cork South-Central by-election, who received 1,704 (4.0%) first preference votes. The CSP took part in the 1997 general election and has contested each General Election, and a number of other by-elections since then. It also fielded candidates in Local and European Parliament elections since its foundation.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Ireland''</small> || http://www.christiansolidarity.ie/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q262668|Christian Solidarity Party]]''' || political party || http://www.christiansolidarity.ie/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6123486|Chung Cheng Aviation Museum]]''' || museum || The Chung Cheng Aviation Museum was an aviation museum located at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport in Dayuan Township, Taoyuan County (now Dayuan District, Taoyuan City), Taiwan. The museum closed on March 31, 2014 to allow for planned construction of Terminal 3 at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport and for relocation of taxiway WC. Items displayed at the museum have been sent to storage and all 18 aircraft on display will be relocated to former Taoyuan Naval base during the second half of 2014.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Taiwan''</small> || http://www.tycg.gov.tw/site/index.aspx?site_id=123&site_content_sn=478 || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6123486|Chung Cheng Aviation Museum]]''' || museum || http://www.tycg.gov.tw/site/index.aspx?site_id=123&site_content_sn=478 || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1090806|Châteauroux Classic]]''' || recurring event || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.classicdelindre.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1090806|Châteauroux Classic]]''' || recurring event || http://www.classicdelindre.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5123649|City of Derry Building Society]]''' || business || The City of Derry Building Society was a UK building society based in Derry, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Northern Ireland''</small> || http://www.cityofderrybs.co.uk/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5123649|City of Derry Building Society]]''' || business || http://www.cityofderrybs.co.uk/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3076858|Civic Force]]''' || political party || Civic Force (, FC) was a political party in Romania. It was founded in 2004 by former Mayor of Bucharest Viorel Lis. Its last president was former Prime Minister Mihai Răzvan Ungureanu, elected at the September 2012 party congress until 2014 when the party was absorbed by the Democratic Liberal Party (PDL).<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Romania''</small> || http://www.forta-civica.ro/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3076858|Civic Force]]''' || political party || http://www.forta-civica.ro/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16191192|Cleveland Freeze]]''' || association football team || Cleveland Freeze was a professional indoor soccer team based in the Cleveland, suburb of North Olmsted, Ohio. They began play in the Professional Arena Soccer League for the 2013-14 PASL season. The Freeze hired Hector Marinaro, the all-time leader in points and goals in professional indoor soccer, as their head coach on September 24, 2013. Their mascot is the Abominable Snowman.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Ohio''</small> || http://www.clevelandfreeze.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16191192|Cleveland Freeze]]''' || association football team || http://www.clevelandfreeze.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7726777|College of Saints John Fisher & Thomas More]]''' || university || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Texas''</small> || http://www.fishermore.edu/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7726777|College of Saints John Fisher & Thomas More]]''' || university || http://www.fishermore.edu/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5148315|Colonial Downs]]''' ||  || Colonial Downs is a racetrack located in New Kent County, Virginia adjacent to Interstate 64, halfway between Richmond and Williamsburg. The track conducted Thoroughbred flat racing and Standardbred harness racing between 1997 and 2014, and the racing returned to the track in 2019. It is owned by the Colonial Downs Group.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Virginia''</small> || http://www.colonialdowns.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5148315|Colonial Downs]]''' ||  || http://www.colonialdowns.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5150996|Comcast/Charter Sports Southeast]]''' ||  || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Georgia (U.S. state)''</small> || http://www.css-sports.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5150996|Comcast/Charter Sports Southeast]]''' ||  || http://www.css-sports.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5151723|Comhdháil Náisiúnta na Gaeilge]]''' || organization || Comhdháil Náisiúnta na Gaeilge (CNnaG) was the central steering council for the Irish language community. Its mission was to "strengthen and consolidate goodwill and support for the Irish language and its usage as a living language so that it may be used freely and widely in all aspects of Irish life".<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Ireland''</small> || http://www.gaelport.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5151723|Comhdháil Náisiúnta na Gaeilge]]''' || organization || http://www.gaelport.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1156179|Communist Party of Turkey (current)]]''' || communist party || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Turkey''</small> || http://www.tkp.org.tr || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1156179|Communist Party of Turkey (current)]]''' || communist party || http://www.tkp.org.tr || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5156322|Competition Commission]]''' || non-ministerial government department || The Competition Commission was a non-departmental public body responsible for investigating mergers, markets and other enquiries related to regulated industries under competition law in the United Kingdom. It was a competition regulator under the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS). It was tasked with ensuring healthy competition between companies in the UK for the ultimate benefit of consumers and the economy.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.competition-commission.org.uk || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5156322|Competition Commission]]''' || non-ministerial government department || http://www.competition-commission.org.uk || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5164663|Consumer Futures]]''' || || The New National Consumer Council, operating as Consumer Futures, was a non-departmental public body and statutory consumer organisation in England, Wales, Scotland, and, for postal services, Northern Ireland. It was established by the Consumers, Estate Agents and Redress Act 2007, and began operations in 2008 by the merging of Postwatch, Energywatch and the Welsh, Scottish and National Consumer Councils under the Consumer Focus brand.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.consumerfutures.org.uk/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5164663|Consumer Futures]]''' || government agency || http://www.consumerfutures.org.uk/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3688930|Continental Indoor Football League]]''' ||  || The Continental Indoor Football League (CIFL) was an indoor football league based along the Midwestern United States region that played nine seasons from 2006 to 2014. It began play in April 2006 as the Great Lakes Indoor Football League (GLIFL). It was formed by Jeff Spitaleri, his brother Eric, and a third member, Cory Trapp, all from the Canton, Ohio, area.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in the United States''</small> || http://www.ciflfootball.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3688930|Continental Indoor Football League]]''' ||  || http://www.ciflfootball.com || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4817912|Cosmode]]''' || magazine || COSplay MODE Magazine (COSMODE) is a Japanese-language magazine about cosplay.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Japan''</small> || http://www.cosmode.net/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4817912|Cosmode]]''' || magazine || http://www.cosmode.net/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q11626126|Council for Economic Planning and Development]]''' || executive branch || The Council for Economic Planning and Development (CEPD; ) was a government agency responsible for drafting overall plans for national economic development in Taiwan (ROC). It also assessed development projects, proposals and programmes submitted to the Executive Yuan. It also coordinated the economic policy making activities of ministries and agencies and the monitoring the implementation of development projects, measures and programmes. The CEPD acted in an advisory role to the central government in formulating economic policies. The chairperson reported to the Minister and three Vice Ministers and one Secretary-General.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Taiwan''</small> || http://archive.cepd.gov.tw/encontent/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q11626126|Council for Economic Planning and Development]]''' || executive branch || http://archive.cepd.gov.tw/encontent/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3696877|Credito Bergamasco]]''' || business || Credito Bergamasco (Creberg) was an Italian bank based in Bergamo, Lombardy. The bank was acquired by Banca Popolare di Verona – Banco S. Geminiano e S. Prospero S.c.a.r.l. in 1997. The bank remained as a list company in Borsa Italiana until 2014. In 2014 it was absorbed into Banco Popolare S.C.. However, the former bank remained as a division of the company.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.creberg.it/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5184077|Creme (magazine)]]''' || magazine || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in New Zealand''</small> || http://www.crememagazine.co.nz/index.php || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5184077|Creme (magazine)]]''' || magazine || http://www.crememagazine.co.nz/index.php || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5184543|Crest Girls' Academy]]''' || secondary school ||  || http://www.thecrestgirlsacademy.org.uk/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5184543|Crest Girls' Academy]]''' || secondary school || http://www.thecrestgirlsacademy.org.uk/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q870122|Crytek UK]]''' || video game developer || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.dsdambuster.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q870122|Crytek UK]]''' || video game developer || http://www.dsdambuster.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5204700|DDTV]]''' || television station || DDTV (Direct Digital TV, frequently mistaken for Dan Diaconescu TV) was a TV channel owned by Dan Diaconescu. It was launched on 23 August 2009, as the second station owned by Diaconescu, besides OTV. After OTV was closed by the CNA, Diaconescu used DDTV to broadcast the programs usually shown on OTV and CNA fined DDTV 100,000 lei (25,000 euros).{{cite web<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Romania''</small> || http://wwww.ddtv.ro || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1153062|DE magazine Deutschland]]''' || magazine || DE magazine Deutschland was a magazine of culture, politics, business and science in Germany. It was a bimonthly magazine published in German, English, French, Spanish, Hebrew, Hungarian, Japanese, Polish, Turkish, among the others. It was styled DE Magazin Deutschland and DE magazine Deutschland, respectively. The Federal Foreign Office in Berlin supported it and it also conveyed general opinions of the German government. The magazine was based in Frankfurt but aimed at an international rather than domestic readership.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Germany''</small> || https://www.deutschland.de/en || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1153062|DE magazine Deutschland]]''' || magazine || https://www.deutschland.de/en || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1153292|DFC LUV Graz]]''' || women's association football team || DFC LUV Graz was an Austrian women's football club from Graz playing in the ÖFB-Frauenliga. Founded in 1978 as a section of LUV Graz, it became an independent team twenty years later.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Austria''</small> || https://luv-graz-damen.c.geomix-vereine.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1153292|DFC LUV Graz]]''' || women's association football team || https://luv-graz-damen.c.geomix-vereine.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5204989|DG (company)]]''' || business ||  || https://www.dgit.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5204989|DG (company)]]''' || business || https://www.dgit.com || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5205610|DMC Surgery Hospital]]''' || hospital || DMC Surgery Hospital was one of the eight hospitals/Institutions composing the Detroit Medical Center. DMC Surgery Hospital was dedicated to the surgical needs of adults and children. Surgery for adults covered the full range of orthopaedic surgeries, neurosurgery relative to the spine and podiatric surgery. In association with the Children's Hospital of Michigan, surgery for pediatric patients primarily provided services for all outpatient surgical needs. The major emphasis of the facility was a commitment to orthopaedic sports medicine which includes services for both adults and adolescents. The hospital also offered 24-hour emergency care and psychiatric inpatient services. || http://www.dmcsurgeryhospital.org/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5205610|DMC Surgery Hospital]]''' || hospital || http://www.dmcsurgeryhospital.org/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16962125|DODGEgallery]]''' ||  || DODGEgallery was an American contemporary art gallery on the Lower East Side of New York City. It was established in 2010 and closed in 2014.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in New York (state)''</small> || http://dodge-gallery.com/cgi-bin/DODGE || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16962125|DODGEgallery]]''' ||  || http://dodge-gallery.com/cgi-bin/DODGE || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q30640583|DailyCandy]]''' || business || DailyCandy was an online media company founded in 2000 by Dany Levy. The business originally consisted of a daily email newsletter that provided readers with information about hip and trendy events and businesses in their city. The emails first focused on New York but eventually grew to include a dozen US cities and London. In August, 2008, Comcast purchased the e-newsletter for $125 million, and ultimately shut it down in 2014.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in New York (state)''</small> || http://www.dailycandy.com/ || {{saved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5215406|Danceroid]]''' || musical group || Danceroid (stylized as DANCEROID) was a Japanese female net idol dance group affiliated with Beautiful Group talent agency. They were formed in October 2009 when they posted a video of themselves dancing to a Vocaloid song on the Nico Nico Community Group.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Japan''</small> || http://danceroid.jp || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5230248|Davenport Lyons]]''' ||  || Davenport Lyons was a London-based law firm that entered into administration on 25 April 2014. Although most of their work concerned corporate acquisitions, in 2007 their actions against file sharers became news in the United Kingdom. This subject became widely publicised in late 2008 because of the number of innocent people receiving letters from the company, it was reported on Watchdog that Atari stopped using this company for this reason.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.davenportlyons.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5230248|Davenport Lyons]]''' ||  || http://www.davenportlyons.com || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5243568|Dayton Sharks]]''' || sports team || * Dayton Sharks (2013–2014)<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Ohio''</small> || http://daytonsharks.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5243568|Dayton Sharks]]''' || sports team || http://daytonsharks.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5255834|Democratic Solidarity Party]]''' || political party || The Democratic Solidarity Party (Partido Solidaridad Democrática) was a political liberal party in Cuba. Although changes to the Cuban constitution in 1992 decriminalized the right to form political parties other than the Communist Party of Cuba, these parties are not permitted to campaign or engage in any public political activities on the island. The Democratic Solidarity party describes itself as "an organization from within Cuba promoting democracy and the respect for human rights by the peaceful route." The President of the party is Fernando Sánchez López. The party is a full member of Liberal International.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Cuba''</small> || http://www.psdcubano.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5255834|Democratic Solidarity Party]]''' || political party || http://www.psdcubano.com || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q490611|Depfa Bank]]''' || bank || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Germany, 2014 disestablishments in Ireland''</small> || http://www.depfa.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q490611|Depfa Bank]]''' || bank || http://www.depfa.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5266019|Detroit Thunder]]''' || sports team || * Detroit Thunder (2013–2014)<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Michigan''</small> || http://detroitthunder.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5266019|Detroit Thunder]]''' || sports team || http://detroitthunder.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q11317011|Diamond Ring (professional wrestling)]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Japan''</small> || http://kensuke-office.co.jp/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q11317011|Diamond Ring (professional wrestling)]]''' || business || http://kensuke-office.co.jp/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q685000|Dilys Award]]''' || award || The Dilys Award was presented every year from 1992 to 2014 by the Independent Mystery Booksellers Association. It was given to the mystery title of the year which the member booksellers have most enjoyed selling. The Independent Mystery Booksellers Association is an association of retail businesses that are either wholly or substantially devoted to the sale of mystery books. The Dilys award is named after Dilys Winn, who founded the first specialty bookseller of mystery books in the United States. || http://www.mysterybooksellers.com/the-dilys-award/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q685000|Dilys Award]]''' || award || http://www.mysterybooksellers.com/the-dilys-award/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16011711|Dimosia Tileorasi]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Greece''</small> || http://www.hprt.gr/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16011711|Dimosia Tileorasi]]''' || business || http://www.hprt.gr/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2397541|Diocese of Bradford]]''' || Anglican diocese || The Diocese of Bradford is a former Church of England diocese within the Province of York. The Diocese covered the area of the City of Bradford, Craven district and the former Sedbergh Rural District now in Cumbria. The seat of the episcopal see was Bradford Cathedral and the bishop was the diocesan Bishop of Bradford.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.bradford.anglican.org/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2397541|Diocese of Bradford]]''' || Anglican diocese || http://www.bradford.anglican.org/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3028615|Diocese of Ripon]]''' || Anglican diocese || The Diocese of Ripon (Diocese of Ripon and Leeds from 1999 until 2014) is a former Church of England diocese, part of the Province of York. Immediately prior to its dissolution, it covered an area in western and northern Yorkshire as well as the south Teesdale area administered by County Durham which is traditionally part of Yorkshire. The cities of Ripon and Leeds were within its boundaries as are the towns of Harrogate, Richmond, Knaresborough, Hawes and Bedale and the surrounding countryside; its northern boundary was the River Tees.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.riponleeds.anglican.org/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3028615|Diocese of Ripon]]''' || Anglican diocese || http://www.riponleeds.anglican.org/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3028653|Diocese of Wakefield]]''' || Anglican diocese || The Diocese of Wakefield is a former Church of England diocese based in Wakefield in West Yorkshire, covering Wakefield, Barnsley, Kirklees and Calderdale. The cathedral was Wakefield Cathedral and the bishop was the diocesan Bishop of Wakefield.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.wakefield.anglican.org/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3028653|Diocese of Wakefield]]''' || Anglican diocese || http://www.wakefield.anglican.org/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15214128|Discovery New School]]''' || secondary school || Discovery New School was a co-educational Montessori free school for pupils aged 4 to 10 located in Crawley, West Sussex. The school opened in September 2011 as one of the first free schools in the country and also the first Montessori free school. The school was funded directly by central government and had a planned intake of 16 pupils per year. Although the school adopted Montessori methods, the Montessori Schools Association (MSA) later said that they were refused permission to oversee the introduction of its teaching methods and had "warned the DfE of the school's likely failure" in 2010 before the school opened. Philip Bujak, chief executive of the MSA, said: "We were ignored completely." Martin Bradley, chairman of the MSA, said: "The Montessori Schools Association has had limited contact with the school from the start of the scheme. We suggested that they seek accreditation, but they did not." <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.discoverynewschool.org/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15214128|Discovery New School]]''' || secondary school || http://www.discoverynewschool.org/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5282753|Dissent (Australian magazine)]]''' || magazine || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.dissent.com.au || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5282753|Dissent (Australian magazine)]]''' || magazine || http://www.dissent.com.au || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q19864|Dixons Retail]]''' || business || * <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.dsgiplc.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q19864|Dixons Retail]]''' || business || http://www.dsgiplc.com || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16644952|Dobrolet (low-cost airline)]]''' || low-cost airline || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Russia''</small> || http://www.dobrolet.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16644952|Dobrolet (low-cost airline)]]''' || low-cost airline || http://www.dobrolet.com || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2704276|Docking@Home]]''' || software || Docking@Home was a distributed computing project hosted by the University of Delaware and running on the Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing (BOINC) software platform. It models protein-ligand docking using the CHARMM program. The ultimate aim was the development of new pharmaceutical drugs. || http://docking.cis.udel.edu/ || {{saved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2704276|Docking@Home]]''' || software || http://docking.cis.udel.edu/ || {{saved}}
 
| [[ArchiveBot]]&nbsp;(!a) || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/docking.cis.udel.edu docking.cis.udel.edu] || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/3hrdc 3hrdc] || 2014-06-30 || data-sort-value=3677079749 | {{green|3.4&nbsp;GiB}} || data-sort-value=1 | 1 warcs  
 
| [[ArchiveBot]]&nbsp;(!a) || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/docking.cis.udel.edu docking.cis.udel.edu] || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/3hrdc 3hrdc] || 2014-06-30 || data-sort-value=3677079749 | {{green|3.4&nbsp;GiB}} || data-sort-value=1 | 1 warcs  
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q58754|Doha International Airport]]''' || international airport || Doha International Airport is an airport in Doha, Qatar. It was Qatar's commercial international airport until Hamad International Airport opened on 27 May 2014. While all scheduled commercial traffic ceased, the airport site and existing runway is still used by Qatar Emiri Air Force, Rizon Jet, Gulf Helicopters and Qatar Aeronautical College. || http://www.dohaairport.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q58754|Doha International Airport]]''' || international airport || http://www.dohaairport.com || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2665841|Double Helix Games]]''' || video game developer || Double Helix Games was an American video game developer based in Irvine, California, founded in October 2007 through the merger of The Collective and Shiny Entertainment, two studios owned by Foundation 9 Entertainment. Double Helix was acquired by Amazon and integrated into Amazon Game Studios in February 2014.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://www.doublehelixgames.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2665841|Double Helix Games]]''' || video game developer || http://www.doublehelixgames.com || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16991994|Douglas Diablos]]''' || baseball team || The Douglas Diablos were a professional baseball team based in Douglas, Arizona. The team was a member of the Pecos League, an independent baseball league which is not affiliated with Major or Minor League Baseball. They played at Copper King Stadium during the 2014 season and had a 28-36 record. Following the 2014 season in which the team finished in last place, they were immediately dropped by the Pecos League.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Arizona''</small> || http://www.douglasdiablos.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16991994|Douglas Diablos]]''' || baseball team || http://www.douglasdiablos.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4144217|Downtown Commons]]''' || shopping mall || Downtown Commons (or DoCo), formerly known as Sacramento Downtown Plaza, Westfield Downtown Plaza and Downtown Plaza, is a two-level outdoor mixed-use entertainment and shopping complex operated by JMA Ventures, LLC, located along the alignment of K Street (also known as David J. Stern Walk between 5th and 7th Streets) in downtown Sacramento, California, near the State Capitol building. The complex is bordered by J Street to the north, L Street to the south, 7th Street to the east and 4th Street to the west. Downtown Commons' previous format was a mainly two-level outdoor shopping mall commonly known as Downtown Plaza, despite numerous official name changes over the years. The majority of the site has been redeveloped, centering on the Golden 1 Center, home of the NBA's Sacramento Kings. The section between 5th and 7th Streets was demolished in 2014 to make room for the Golden 1 Center, as well as The Sawyer, a 250-room boutique hotel operated by Kimpton Hotels immediately north of the arena site. The remaining standing section between 4th and 5th Streets was also redeveloped in association with the arena project.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://www.docosacramento.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4144217|Downtown Commons]]''' || shopping mall || http://www.docosacramento.com || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1253640|Doğan Media Group]]''' || business || Doğan Media Group (Doğan Yayın Holding A.Ş.) was a Turkish media conglomerate, part of the Doğan Holding conglomerate. The company was established in 1997 to bring together Doğan's media properties. These include the Posta, Hürriyet (including Fanatik), and Radikal newspapers, the television channels Kanal D and CNN Türk, and the Doğan News Agency. It also operated Doğan Kitap, a major book publisher, and Doğan Music Company, a major music label. Doğan also operated print facilities and media distribution, for other newspapers and magazines as well as its own. || http://www.dyh.com.tr/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1253640|Doğan Media Group]]''' || business || http://www.dyh.com.tr/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q57202785|Driving Standards Agency]]''' || government agency || The Driving Standards Agency (DSA) was an executive agency of the UK Department for Transport (DfT).<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || https://www.gov.uk/dsa || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q57202785|Driving Standards Agency]]''' || government agency || https://www.gov.uk/dsa || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3040471|Duarig]]''' || business || Duarig was a footwear trademark founded in 1886 in Balbigny (France) by M. Giraud.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in France''</small> || http://www.duarig.fr/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3040471|Duarig]]''' || business || http://www.duarig.fr/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5310882|Dublin Dragons]]''' || sports team || Dublin Dragons were an American Football team based in Lucan, Dublin, Ireland. In 2014, they reconstituted as a member-run club, changing their name to the South Dublin Panthers. The team practices were held at the Garda Rugby Club at Westmanstown near Lucan. <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Ireland''</small> || http://www.dublindragons.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5310882|Dublin Dragons]]''' || sports team || http://www.dublindragons.com || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5314752|Dundas & Wilson]]''' ||  || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.dundas-wilson.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5314752|Dundas & Wilson]]''' ||  || http://www.dundas-wilson.com || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5315100|Dungarvan Town Council]]''' ||  || Dungarvan Town Council, previously known as Dungarvan Urban District Council, was responsible for administration and some public services in Dungarvan, County Waterford. It was abolished in 2014 as part of reforms under the Local Government Reform Act 2014.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Ireland''</small> || http://www.waterfordcoco.ie/en/localauthorities/dungarvantowncouncil/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5315100|Dungarvan Town Council]]''' ||  || http://www.waterfordcoco.ie/en/localauthorities/dungarvantowncouncil/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5322627|ECAC Lacrosse League]]''' || sports league || The ECAC Lacrosse League was an American NCAA Division I college athletic conference and part of the Eastern College Athletic Conference. Founded in 1999 with play beginning in 2000, this part of the conference only sponsored men's lacrosse. It disbanded at the end of the 2014 season as an indirect result of the early-2010s NCAA conference realignment.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Massachusetts''</small> || http://www.ecaclacrosse.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5322627|ECAC Lacrosse League]]''' || sports league || http://www.ecaclacrosse.com || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5323515|EMI Music Malaysia]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Malaysia''</small> || http://www.emimusicpub.com/global-offices/malaysia/home.php || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5323515|EMI Music Malaysia]]''' || business || http://www.emimusicpub.com/global-offices/malaysia/home.php || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1130746|Earls Court Exhibition Centre]]''' || convention center || Earls Court Exhibition Centre was a major international exhibition and events venue just west of central London. At its peak it is said to have generated a £2 billion turnover for the economy. It replaced exhibition and entertainment grounds, originally opened in 1887, with an art moderne structure built between 1935 and 1937 by specialist American architect C. Howard Crane. With the active support of London Mayor Boris Johnson, in an attempt to create Europe's "largest regeneration scheme", its proposed heritage listing was refused after it was acquired by developers, who promptly in 2008 applied for and were granted a Certificate of Immunity from Listing by English Heritage, and its demolition was duly completed in 2017. The area has since returned to its former state of "waste ground" only with an adjacent devastated Green corridor.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.eco.co.uk || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1130746|Earls Court Exhibition Centre]]''' || convention center || http://www.eco.co.uk || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4037879|East Air]]''' || airline || East Air was a privately owned airline based in Qurghonteppa, Tajikistan. The airline operated regular flights from Qurghonteppa and Kulob to Russia. In October 2014 the Tajikistan General Authority of Civil Aviation revoked East Air's Air Operator's Certificate (AOC) and the airline went out of business.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Tajikistan''</small> || http://www.eastair.tj/index.php?lang=ru || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4037879|East Air]]''' || airline || http://www.eastair.tj/index.php?lang=ru || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q580666|Ecuadorian Roldosist Party]]''' || political party || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Ecuador''</small> || http://www.dalobucaram.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q580666|Ecuadorian Roldosist Party]]''' || political party || http://www.dalobucaram.com || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5822174|El Impulso (Venezuela)]]''' || newspaper || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Venezuela''</small> || http://www.elimpulso.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5822174|El Impulso (Venezuela)]]''' || newspaper || http://www.elimpulso.com || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q684533|Eleftherotypia]]''' || daily newspaper || Eleftherotypia was a daily national newspaper published in Athens, Greece.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Greece''</small> || http://www.enet.gr || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q684533|Eleftherotypia]]''' || daily newspaper || http://www.enet.gr || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5366885|Elmore Magazine]]''' || magazine || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in New York (state)''</small> || http://www.elmoremagazine.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5366885|Elmore Magazine]]''' || magazine || http://www.elmoremagazine.com || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3487817|Enterprise Cape Breton Corporation]]''' || business || Enterprise Cape Breton Corporation (ECBC) was a Canadian federal Crown corporation which promoted and coordinated economic development throughout Cape Breton Island and adjacent areas in the eastern Nova Scotia town of Mulgrave.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Nova Scotia''</small> || http://www.ecbc-secb.gc.ca/Pages/Welcome-Bienvenue.aspx || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3487817|Enterprise Cape Breton Corporation]]''' || business || http://www.ecbc-secb.gc.ca/Pages/Welcome-Bienvenue.aspx || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5401426|Eston Park Academy]]''' || secondary school || Eston Park Academy (formerly Eston Park School) was a mixed academy and sixth form in Teesville, Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire, England. It merged with neighbouring Gillbrook Academy in September 2014 and now forms part of a new single Hillsview Academy. The new merged academy is run by the Academies Enterprise Trust (as were the two former schools).<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.estonpark.co.uk/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5401426|Eston Park Academy]]''' || secondary school || http://www.estonpark.co.uk/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5404427|Ethos (magazine)]]''' || magazine || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.ethosjournal.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5404427|Ethos (magazine)]]''' || magazine || http://www.ethosjournal.com || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5412570|European Federation of Neurological Societies]]''' ||  || The European Federation of Neurological Societies was an organisation that united and supported neurologists across the whole of Europe. As of 2013, 45 European national neurological societies were registered members of the EFNS, and the federation represented more than 19,000 European neurologists. It was founded in 1991 in Vienna, Austria.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Europe''</small> || http://www.efns.org || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5412570|European Federation of Neurological Societies]]''' ||  || http://www.efns.org || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5417291|Everloop]]''' || dot-com company || Everloop was an online social media site for youngsters under 13. || http://www.everloop.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5417291|Everloop]]''' || dot-com company || http://www.everloop.com || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5419927|Executive Travel]]''' || magazine || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in New York (state)''</small> || http://www.executivetravelmagazine.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5419927|Executive Travel]]''' || magazine || http://www.executivetravelmagazine.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2382984|FC Amur-2010 Blagoveshchensk]]''' || association football club || FC Amur-2010 Blagoveshchensk was a Russian football club from Blagoveshchensk, founded in 2010 and dissolved in 2014. <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Russia''</small> || http://www.fkamur2010.ru/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2382984|FC Amur-2010 Blagoveshchensk]]''' || association football club || http://www.fkamur2010.ru/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q751634|FC Partizan Minsk]]''' || association football club || FC Partizan Minsk was a Belarusian football club based in Minsk.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Belarus''</small> || http://partizan-minsk.by/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q751634|FC Partizan Minsk]]''' || association football club || http://partizan-minsk.by/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2649295|FC Rus Saint Petersburg]]''' || association football club || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Russia''</small> || http://www.fc-russ.ru/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2649295|FC Rus Saint Petersburg]]''' || association football club || http://www.fc-russ.ru/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q177373|FC Sevastopol]]''' || association football club || FC Sevastopol was a Ukrainian football club based in Sevastopol. The club was a spiritual descendant of the Soviet clubs from Sevastopol such as Chaika Sevastopol. After the completion of 2013–14 Ukrainian Premier League season due to the 2014 Crimean Conflict, the club ceased its existence and applied for a Russian license with the new name FC SKChF Sevastopol.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Ukraine''</small> || http://www.fcsevastopol.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q177373|FC Sevastopol]]''' || association football club || http://www.fcsevastopol.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1957763|FC Spartak Tambov]]''' || association football club || FC Spartak Tambov was a Russian association football club from Tambov, founded in 1960. It most often played in the Russian Second Division. It played on the second-highest level of the Soviet First League from 1960 to 1962. In 1972-1979 the team was called Revtrud Tambov. In 2014 it was dissolved due to bankruptcy. Tambov is now represented professionally by FC Tambov.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Russia''</small> || http://www.spartak-tambov.ru/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1957763|FC Spartak Tambov]]''' || association football club || http://www.spartak-tambov.ru/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2084417|FC Stal Alchevsk]]''' || association football club || FC Stal Alchevsk is a Ukrainian professional football team of the Ukrainian First League that is based in Alchevsk. In the 2012–13 season the club won promotion to the Ukrainian Premier League, but the club refused this promotion "for the sake of the fans". In 2015, Stal withdrew from all competitions due to the escalating conflict in Eastern Ukraine.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Ukraine''</small> || http://www.fcstal.lg.ua/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2084417|FC Stal Alchevsk]]''' || association football club || http://www.fcstal.lg.ua/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q639091|FCM Bacău]]''' || association football club || FCM Bacău was a Romanian football club, founded in 1950 and dissolved in 2014.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Romania''</small> || http://www.fcmbacau.ro || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q192376|FK Ekranas]]''' || association football club || http://www.fkekranas.lt/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q192376|FK Ekranas]]''' || association football club || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Lithuania''</small> || http://www.fkekranas.lt/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4481693|Federal Service for Defence Contracts]]''' || government agency || Federal Service for Defence Contracts of the Russian Federation (short name Rosoboronzakaz) was the governmental office that obeyed the Russian Ministry of Defence.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Russia''</small> || http://www.fsoz.gov.ru/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q624886|FilmDistrict]]''' || film production company || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://www.filmDistrict.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q19873239|Finglands Coachways]]''' || bus company || http://www.finglands.co.uk/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q19873239|Finglands Coachways]]''' || bus company || Finglands Coachways was a bus and coach operator in Rusholme, Manchester.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.finglands.co.uk/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q737478|First Capital Connect]]''' || organization || First Capital Connect (FCC) was a British train operating company, owned by FirstGroup, that operated the Thameslink and Great Northern sectors of what later became the Thameslink, Southern and Great Northern (TSGN) franchise from April 2006 to September 2014.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://firstcapitalconnect.co.uk || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5453113|First International Telecom]]''' || business || First International Telecom (FITEL; ) was a mobile phone operator in Taiwan. Launched in April 1997 as a paging company, FITEL expanded in May 2001 by launching a PHS network. It declared bankruptcy in 2014.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Taiwan''</small> || http://www.fitel.net.tw/fitel-e.htm || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q58762513|Fisker Automotive]]''' || company || http://thenewfisker.com || {{saved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5456039|Five Nine]]''' || magazine || Five Nine (also referred to as 59) was a monthly magazine published in Tokyo, Japan. The magazine covered topics related to amateur radio DXing and contesting. It was published in Japanese and was mainly distributed in Japan. The name of the magazine is derived from the international amateur radio R-S-T system report of 59, indicating the highest level of signal readability and signal strength. The 59 signal report is commonly used in radio DXing, regardless of the actual signal readability or strength of the station receiving the report.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Japan''</small> || http://www.fivenine.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5463913|Focus Corporation]]''' || business || Focus Corporation was a premier project delivery company, providing Engineering and Geomatics solutions to the energy, infrastructure and land development sectors across Western Canada. It was a privately owned company headquartered in Edmonton, Alberta.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Alberta''</small> || http://www.focus.ca/ || {{notsaved}}
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| rowspan=7 | '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q686215|Fotopedia]]''' || rowspan=7 | website || rowspan=7 | Fotopedia was a photo encyclopedia that, as of August 2011, had generated more than 51,000 pages and linked to over 755,000 photos. || rowspan=7 | http://www.fotopedia.com/ || rowspan=7 | {{saved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q644469|Fox Retro]]''' || TV production company || Fox Retro was an Italian television channel owned by Fox International Channels Italy. It feature older American television series from the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s. It is available with a Sky Italia subscription (Entertainment package needed). The channel has become available also in South Africa on TopTV. FOX Retro channel broadcasting in South Africa has left the closing location FOX Crime channel in 2013. Italy is also finalizing its publication in the channel is completely closed. FOX Comedy channel has in place today.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.foxretro.it/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q644469|Fox Retro]]''' || TV production company || http://www.foxretro.it/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2404355|Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award]]''' || award || The Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award was an annual college basketball award in the United States intended to honor shorter-than-average players who excelled on the court despite their size. The award, named in honor of James Naismith's daughter-in-law, was established for men in 1969 and for women in 1984. The men's award was presented to the nation's most outstanding senior who is 6&nbsp;ft 0&nbsp;in (1.83&nbsp;m) or shorter, while the women's award was presented to the top senior who is 5&nbsp;ft 8&nbsp;in (1.73 m) or shorter. Early in the women's award's history, the cut-off height was . The men's award was selected by a panel from the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC), while the women's was selected by the Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA). The award was discontinued following the 2013–14 season. || http://www.wbca.org/pages/AWARDS_frances-pomeroy-naismith || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2327548|Free Record Shop]]''' || business || Free Record Shop was a chain of home entertainment stores selling products such as CDs, DVDs and video games, founded by Hans Breukhoven. Its first store opened on October 15, 1971 in Schiedam, Netherlands. At its peak, the franchise had more than 200 stores in the Netherlands and Belgium, but online available music and media supplanted the sale of physical media carriers.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in the Netherlands''</small> || http://www.freerecordshop.nl || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5507135|Fuel TV (Australian TV channel)]]''' || television series || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://fueltv.com.au || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q47795|Future and Freedom]]''' || political party || Future and Freedom , whose full name was Future and Freedom for Italy (Futuro e Libertà per l'Italia, abbreviated to FLI), was a political party in Italy, comprising both liberal and national elements.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://futuroeliberta.eu/ || {{notsaved}}
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| rowspan=4 | '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1006978|G4 (American TV channel)]]''' || rowspan=4 | cable channel || rowspan=4 | <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in the United States''</small> || rowspan=4 | http://www.g4tv.com || rowspan=4 | {{saved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3094934|Gambia Bird]]''' || airline || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Africa''</small> || http://www.gambiabird.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16839924|Gate City FC]]''' || association football team || Gate City FC was an American soccer club based in Greensboro, North Carolina fielding a first team along with a reserve and alumni/veteran team in other league play. Gate City FC was established in May 2013 and played one season (2014) in the National Premier Soccer League (NPSL), the fourth tier of the American Soccer Pyramid, in the Mid-Atlantic Conference in 2014. The club was owned by local businessman Justin Cox.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in North Carolina''</small> || http://www.gatecityfc.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16839924|Gate City FC]]''' || association football team || http://www.gatecityfc.com || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16994037|Georgia Fire]]''' || sports team || The Georgia Fire were a professional indoor football team based in Rome, Georgia. They were members of the American Conference in the Professional Indoor Football League (PIFL) during the 2014 season.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Georgia (U.S. state)''</small> || http://www.georgiafire.us || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1509340|Georgian International Airlines]]''' || airline || Georgian International Airlines was an airline based in Tbilisi, Georgia.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Georgia (country)''</small> || http://www.ga.ge/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q696529|Gerhard Hanappi Stadium]]''' || association football stadium || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Austria''</small> || http://www.skrapid.at/127758+M58b481695ad.html || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q696529|Gerhard Hanappi Stadium]]''' || association football stadium || http://www.skrapid.at/127758+M58b481695ad.html || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q836943|German Formula Three Championship]]''' || automobile racing series || The German Formula Three Championship was the national Formula Three championship of Germany, and the former West Germany, from 1950 to 2002, then as Formel 3 until 2014. In 2003, the series had merged with the French Formula Three Championship to form the Formula 3 Euro Series. The lower-level series, the ATS Formel 3 Cup, subsequently operated in Germany, but it folded after the end of the 2014 season. Since the late 1980s, the list of German F3 champions has included many notable drivers, including Formula One World Champion Michael Schumacher and nine-time Le Mans winner Tom Kristensen.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Germany''</small> || http://www.formel3.de/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q836943|German Formula Three Championship]]''' || automobile racing series || http://www.formel3.de/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5561982|Gillbrook Academy]]''' || secondary school || Gillbrook Academy (formerly Gillbrook College) was a mixed academy and sixth form in Teesville, Redcar and Cleveland, North Yorkshire. It merged with neighbouring Eston Park Academy in September 2014 and now forms part of a new single Hillsview Academy. || http://www.gillbrookacademy.org || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5570701|Global Trust Bank (Uganda)]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Uganda''</small> || http://www.bankglobaltrust.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q289359|Go! (airline)]]''' || airline || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Hawaii''</small> || http://www.iflygo.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1983108|Google Questions and Answers]]''' || Q&A site || Google Questions and Answers (Google Otvety, Google Ответы) was a free knowledge market offered by Google that allowed users to collaboratively find good answers, through the web, to their questions (also referred as Google Knowledge Search). It was launched on June 28, 2007 and replaces the fee-based Google Answers service, discontinued on December 1, 2006. Google had chosen Russia as the first country to launch this new service. || http://google.com/baraza/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5588271|Gould Electronics]]''' || company || Gould Electronics Inc. - founded in 1928 and based in Chandler, Arizona - was a company involved in the electronics and semiconductor industries. They made printed circuit materials for use by electronics manufacturers. Having acquired Systems Engineering Laboratories Gould became involved in the Superminicomputer computer business. Gould's non-defense businesses were acquired in 1988 by Nippon Mining, now JX Holdings.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Arizona''</small> || http://www.gould.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5597120|Graphic.ly]]''' || dot-com company || Graphicly (often stylized as Graphic.ly) was a platform for publishers which offered work flow integration, self-publishing, digital distribution, conversion, and promotion for digital content. Launched by Kevin Mann and Micah Baldwin, the website was initially a platform for digital comic books, but later added support for children's books, art books, and magazines. Graphicly accumulated more than 3,500 publishers and more than 10,000 independent creators. The website hosted an active social community, allowing creators and fans to interact directly. Graphicly shut down in May 2014, and some of its key staff moved on to fellow digital publisher Blurb. || http://Graphicly.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2951603|Greek Championship Rugby Union]]''' ||  || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Greece''</small> || http://www.hellasrugby.gr/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2951603|Greek Championship Rugby Union]]''' ||  || http://www.hellasrugby.gr/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5608508|Greystones Town Council]]''' ||  || Greystones Town Council was a unit of local government responsible for the governance of the town of Greystones, in County Wicklow, Ireland. It was abolished in 2014 as part of reforms under the Local Government Reform Act 2014.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Ireland''</small> || http://www.wicklow.ie/Apps/WicklowBeta/TownCouncils/gtc.aspx || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5608508|Greystones Town Council]]''' ||  || http://www.wicklow.ie/Apps/WicklowBeta/TownCouncils/gtc.aspx || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q37143|Group of Eight]]''' || intergovernmental organization || The Group of Eight was an inter-governmental political forum from 1997 until 2014. It had formed from the Group of Seven after including the country of Russia, and resumed operating under that name after Russia was disinvited in 2014. || http://undp.org || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q37143|Group of Eight]]''' || intergovernmental organization || http://undp.org || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1447572|HNK Orijent 1919]]''' || association football club || HNK Orijent 1919 is a football club from Sušak, the eastern part of the city of Rijeka, Croatia. They compete in the Croatian Second Football League.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Croatia''</small> || http://www.nk-orijent.hr || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1447572|HNK Orijent 1919]]''' || association football club || http://www.nk-orijent.hr || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q561919|Hamburg Airways]]''' || airline || Hamburg Airways (legally HHA Hamburg Airways Luftverkehrsgesellschaft mbH) was a small German charter airline which operated between 2010 and 2014. It was based in Hamburg and offered holiday flights on behalf of tour operators. The airline operated flights out of several German airports, with its maintenance base being located at Hamburg Airport. Flights were operated throughout Europe, Eurasia, the Middle East and Africa.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Germany''</small> || http://www.hamburgairways.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16842018|Harrisburg Stampede]]''' || sports team || The Harrisburg Stampede were a professional indoor football team based in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The Stampede participated in several different leagues over their history: the American Indoor Football Association in 2009 and 2010, the Southern Indoor Football League in 2011, American Indoor Football in 2012 and 2013, and the Professional Indoor Football League in what became their final season of play in 2014. The team suspended operations on December 30, 2014.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Pennsylvania''</small> || http://harrisburgstampede.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5694274|Heathfield School, Pinner]]''' || school || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.heathfield.gdst.net/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3129362|Heenan Blaikie]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Quebec''</small> || http://heenanblaikie.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16990214|Hernando Today]]''' || newspaper || Hernando Today was a daily newspaper based in Brooksville, Florida covering Hernando County. It was closed by the Tampa Tribune on November 30, 2014. There are still two newspapers covering Hernando County: [http://www.tampabay.com/news/hernando/ Hernando Times] and [http://hernandosun.com/ Hernando Sun].<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Florida''</small> || http://www.hernandotoday.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7335236|Hidalgo La Fiera]]''' || association football club || Hidalgo La Fiera (also known as "La Fiera FC") was an American professional indoor soccer team based in Hidalgo, Texas. They played in the Southern Division of the Major Arena Soccer League (MASL). The team was founded in 2012 as the Rio Grande Valley Flash when the Monterrey Flash left the Liga Mexicana de Futbol Rápido Profesional to move to Texas and the Professional Arena Soccer League. The PASL was rebranded as the MASL in May 2014. The team fell into financial disarray and, unable to reorganize, resigned their membership in the MASL effective December 23, 2014.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Texas''</small> || http://lafierafc.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16864631|Hillshire Brands]]''' || business || The Hillshire Brands Company was an American food company based in Chicago, Illinois. Prior to its acquisition by Tyson Foods, the company employed over 9,000 people and generated nearly $4 billion in annual sales.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Illinois''</small> || http://www.hillshirebrands.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17030306|HitBliss]]''' || dot-com company || HitBliss was an online service that consisted of two applications: HitBliss Earn and HitBliss Store. In HitBliss Earn, users opted in and selected targeted ads to consume on their own schedule. In exchange for their verified time and attention, users received payment. Earnings could be used to purchase entertainment (e.g., movies, TV episodes, and Pandora One Subscriptions) via the HitBliss Store application. Users could stream movies and TV shows in HitBliss application.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in the United States''</small> || http://www.hitbliss.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q914226|House of Representatives (Thailand)]]''' || lower house || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Thailand''</small> || http://www.parliament.go.th/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1636934|Humboldt-Viadrina School of Governance]]''' || university of applied sciences || The Humboldt-Viadrina School of Governance was a higher education school in Berlin, Germany from 2003 to 2014, established through a unique partnership between two public universities: Viadrina European University in Frankfurt (Oder) and the Humboldt University of Berlin, one of Berlin's oldest universities. Dr. Gesine Schwan, a two-time presidential nominee of the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD) was the founder and president of the school. The School aimed to be a forum that contributes to the development of intelligent solutions for current social problems.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Germany''</small> || http://www.humboldt-viadrina.org/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1636934|Humboldt-Viadrina School of Governance]]''' || university of applied sciences || http://www.humboldt-viadrina.org/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q10921661|Hutchison Harbour Ring]]''' || business ||  || http://www.oceanwide.hk || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q10921661|Hutchison Harbour Ring]]''' || business || http://www.oceanwide.hk || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q699447|Hypo Alpe Adria Bank]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Austria''</small> || http://www.hypo-alpe-adria.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q699447|Hypo Alpe Adria Bank]]''' || business || http://www.hypo-alpe-adria.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5933437|I Love Mama]]''' || magazine || I Love Mama «stylized as "I LOVE mama"» was a gyaru fashion and lifestyle magazine published monthly in Japan by Inforest Publishing.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Japan''</small> || http://www.lovemama.net/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5933437|I Love Mama]]''' || magazine || http://www.lovemama.net/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16997482|IVillage]]''' || business ||  || http://www.ivillage.com || {{saved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q56173|IWiW]]''' || website || iWiW (abbreviation for International Who is Who) was a Hungarian social networking web service which started on April 14, 2002 as WiW (Who Is Who). , it had 2,6 million registered users with real names. Every user could provide personal information such as the place they live, date of birth, schools and universities they attended, workplaces, interests and pets. One could find friends by a search tool or looking through one's acquaintances' acquaintances.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Hungary''</small> || http://iwiw.hu/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1116652|Igtisadchi Baku]]''' || volleyball team || Igtisadchi Baku is an Azerbaijani women's volleyball club.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Azerbaijan''</small> || http://www.igtisadchibaku.az/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15014888|Il Quotidiano del Friuli Venezia Giulia]]''' || daily newspaper || Il Quotidiano del Friuli Venezia Giulia (English: The Daily of Friuli Venezia Giulia) was an Italian free newspaper, founded in 2011. It was read only in Friuli Venezia Giulia. The paper went defunct in 2014.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.ilquotidianofvg.it/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15014888|Il Quotidiano del Friuli Venezia Giulia]]''' || daily newspaper || http://www.ilquotidianofvg.it/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6006404|Imperial Buses]]''' || bus company || Imperial Buses was a bus operating company located in Romford, Greater London. The company operated public transport services and private hire in Essex, Greater London and Thurrock. It ceased trading in August 2014.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.imperialbus.co.uk/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17182901|Incubator Arts Project]]''' || theatre || The Incubator Arts Project was an Off-Off-Broadway theater located above St. Mark's Church-in-the-Bowery in the East Village of Manhattan, New York City.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in New York (state)''</small> || http://www.incubatorarts.org/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17182901|Incubator Arts Project]]''' || theatre || http://www.incubatorarts.org/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6039457|Institute for Learning]]''' ||  || The Institute for Learning (IfL) was a voluntary membership, UK professional body. It ceased operating on 31 October 2014. Although precise membership figures and statistical details had been removed from IfL's webpage prior to its closure, at the end of financial year 2013-2014 IfL were reported as having only 33,500 of their 200,000 members remaining. <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.ifl.ac.uk || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6039457|Institute for Learning]]''' ||  || http://www.ifl.ac.uk || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1425186|Institutional Renewal Party of National Action]]''' || political party || PRIAN, which means Institutional Renewal Party of National Action [http://www.alvaronoboaprian.com] was a right-wing populist Political Party in Ecuador.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Ecuador''</small> || http://www.alvaronoboaprian.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1425186|Institutional Renewal Party of National Action]]''' || political party || http://www.alvaronoboaprian.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17634857|Instituto Nacional Electoral]]''' || organ || The Instituto Nacional Electoral (INE) (English for National Electoral Institute) (formerly Federal Electoral Institute (, IFE)) is an autonomous, public organization responsible for organizing federal elections in Mexico, that is, those related to the election of the President of the United Mexican States and to the election of the members of the Lower and Upper chambers that constitute the Congress of the Union. The organization's president is Lorenzo Córdova Vianello.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Mexico''</small> || http://www2.ine.mx/portal/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q11294057|Internal Troops of Kazakhstan]]''' ||  || The Internal Troops of Kazakhstan (, Qazaqstan Ishki ister mınıstrligi ishki áskeri; ) was a militarized police force that operated in the Republic of Kazakhstan from 1992 to 2014. The Internal Troops formed the basis for what is now the National Guard of Kazakhstan.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Kazakhstan''</small> || http://www.vvmvd.kz || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q11288846|Internal Troops of Ukraine]]''' || law enforcement agency || The Internal Troops of Ukraine (, - Interior forces of Ukraine; abbreviated ВВ, VV) were a uniformed gendarmerie in Ukraine which merged with the National Guard of Ukraine on March 13, 2014. They were subordinate to the Chief Directorate of Ministry of Internal Affairs (the country's civilian police authority), and cooperate with the State Emergency Service of Ukraine. The VV were used to assist militsiya in policing, deal with riots and internal armed conflicts, and safeguard important facilities such as nuclear power plants. In wartime, the Internal Troops were under the jurisdiction of the Ukrainian armed forces for local defense and rear area security. || http://vv.gov.ua/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1749929|International Basketball League]]''' || sports league || The International Basketball League (IBL) was a semi-professional men's basketball league featuring teams from the West Coast of the United States. In 2010 the Albany Legends became the first team in the Northeastern United States to join. The IBL also sometimes featured teams from China and Japan which temporarily relocated to the United States for the IBL season. The IBL season typically ran from the end of March through July.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in the United States''</small> || http://www.ibl.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1666635|International Human Dimensions Programme]]''' || organization || The International Human Dimensions Programme on Global Environmental Change (IHDP) was a research programme that studied the human and societal aspects of the phenomenon of global change. || http://www.ihdp.unu.edu || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1666635|International Human Dimensions Programme]]''' || organization || http://www.ihdp.unu.edu || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q863127|International Rectifier]]''' || integrated device manufacturer || International Rectifier was an American power management technology company manufacturing analog and mixed-signal ICs, advanced circuit devices, integrated power systems, and high-performance integrated components for computing. On 13 January 2015, the company became a part of Infineon Technologies.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://www.irf.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q863127|International Rectifier]]''' || integrated device manufacturer || http://www.irf.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q155654|International Security Assistance Force]]''' || military operation || The International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) was a NATO-led security mission in Afghanistan, established by the United Nations Security Council in December 2001 by Resolution 1386, as envisaged by the Bonn Agreement. Its main purpose was to train the Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) and assist Afghanistan in rebuilding key government institutions, but was also engaged in the war with the Taliban insurgency.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Afghanistan''</small> || http://www.isaf.nato.int/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16997347|Island View Residential Treatment Center]]''' || hospital || Island View Residential Treatment Center was a residential treatment center (RTC) in Syracuse, Utah in the United States. It was owned and operated by Aspen Education Group in 2004, a subsidiary of CRC Health Group. It re-opened under new management in 2014 as Elevations Residential Treatment Center.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Utah''</small> || http://elevationsrtc.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16997347|Island View Residential Treatment Center]]''' || hospital || http://elevationsrtc.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6103558|J&R]]''' || business || J&R was an online electronics and music retailer, based in New York City. It had a well-known retail location on Park Row, across from New York City Hall for 43 years.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in New York (state)''</small> || http://www.jr.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6104227|J.M. Martinac Shipbuilding Corp.]]''' || business || The J.M. Martinac Shipbuilding Corp. was founded in 1924 by Joseph M. Martinac on the Thea Foss Waterway in Tacoma, Washington. It specialized in the construction of tugs, trawlers, purse seiners, ferries, naval patrol craft and power yachts up to long.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Washington (state)''</small> || http://martinacship.com:80/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1344080|Jaleco]]''' || video game developer || Japan Leisure would begin production of arcade video games by 1982, and would change their corporate name to Jaleco in March 1983, an anagram of their older name. Jaleco would soon begin production of home console video games for the Nintendo Entertainment System in Japan - alongside Hudson, Namco, Taito, Capcom and Konami, they were one of the first third-party developers for the system, and were given special provisions, such as the ability to manufacture their own game cartridges. Towards the mid 1980s, Jaleco would begin production of equipment for aquarium tanks, which were released under their JAQNO brand name. A North American office, Jaleco USA, opened in Wheeling, Illinois - this division commonly published other third-party video games for both the NES and SNES consoles, notably Maniac Mansion and R-Type III, alongside distribution of Jaleco video games in the United States.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Japan''</small> || http://www.jalecogames.co.jp/index.html || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1027055|Japan Restoration Party]]''' || political party || The , also referred to in English as the Japan Restoration Association, was a Japanese political party. It was launched on 12 September 2012 and gained official recognition on 28 September 2012. The party grew from the regional Osaka Restoration Association, headed by Tōru Hashimoto, Mayor of Osaka, and Ichirō Matsui, Governor of Osaka Prefecture.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Japan''</small> || http://j-ishin.jp/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1027055|Japan Restoration Party]]''' || political party || http://j-ishin.jp/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| rowspan=48 | '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2369313|Justin.tv]]''' || rowspan=48 | business || rowspan=48 | Justin.tv was a website created by Justin Kan, Emmett Shear, Michael Seibel and Kyle Vogt in 2007 to allow anyone to broadcast video online. Justin.tv user accounts were called "channels", like those on YouTube, and users were encouraged to broadcast a wide variety of user-generated live video content, called "broadcasts". || rowspan=48 | http://www.twitch.tv || rowspan=48 | {{saved}}
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| rowspan=48 | '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2369313|Justin.tv]]''' || rowspan=48 | business || rowspan=48 | http://www.twitch.tv || rowspan=48 | {{saved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6324293|K11UJ]]''' || television station || K11UJ was a low-power television station licensed to Bozeman, Montana. It was a repeater that broadcast programming from the Three Angels Broadcasting Network, via satellite, and broadcast in analog on UHF channel 11, with no digital channel. <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Montana''</small> || http://www.3abn.org/ || {{saved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16998054|K47DR]]''' || television station || K47DR was a low-power television station in Farmington, New Mexico, broadcasting locally in analog on UHF channel 47 as an affiliate of Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN). Founded June 4, 1990, the station was owned by Christian Broadcasting Communications.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in New Mexico''</small> || http://www.christianbroadcast.org || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6325109|KAMM-LP]]''' || television station || KAMM-LP was a low-powered television station affiliated with Tr3́s, owned and operated by Northstar Media, LLC. It broadcast on Channel 30 and was licensed to Amarillo, Texas.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Texas''</small> || http://www.mtvtr3s.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q475283|KS Polonia Vilnius]]''' || association football club || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Lithuania''</small> || http://www.kspolonia.lt/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6338362|KSWH-FM]]''' || radio station || KSWH-FM (102.5FM) was a college radio station licensed to Arkadelphia, Arkansas, United States. The station was owned by Henderson State University.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Arkansas''</small> || http://pulse102.net || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6338362|KSWH-FM]]''' || radio station || http://pulse102.net || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6338890|KTMO-LP]]''' || television station || KTMO-LP was a television station in Amarillo, Texas, broadcasting locally on channel 36 as an affiliate of Telemundo, a Spanish-language television network. The station was also carried as a digital subchannel of KFDA-TV, digital channel 10.3. Founded in 2002 by Drewry Communications, Telemundo Amarillo was the first Spanish-language television station in the Panhandle area. From the beginning, it had been affiliated with the Telemundo network.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Texas''</small> || http://www.telemundoamarillo.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6365014|Kansas Koyotes]]''' || sports team || * Kansas Koyotes (2003–2014) <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Kansas''</small> || http://www.kansaskoyotes.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15633777|Kao Fong College of Digital Contents]]''' || college || Kao Fong College of Digital Contents (KFCDC; ) was a private college in Changzhi Township, Pingtung County, Taiwan. It closed in March 2014.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Taiwan''</small> || http://www.kfcdc.edu.tw/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15633777|Kao Fong College of Digital Contents]]''' || college || http://www.kfcdc.edu.tw/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q679317|Karvan FK]]''' || association football club || Karvan FK was an Azerbaijani football club based in Yevlakh, that participated in the Azerbaijan First Division. It was the first Azerbaijan club to pass the first qualification stage in the UEFA Cup.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Azerbaijan''</small> || http://www.karvan.az/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6404924|Kids Discover]]''' || magazine || Kids Discover is an educational publisher that produces high-interest nonfiction reading for children ages 6–14. The company was founded by Mark Levine in 1991, and is family owned and operated. Ted Levine serves as the company's President and CEO.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in New York (state)''</small> || http://kidsdiscover.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q29641587|Koo Koo Roo]]''' || company || Koo Koo Roo was a fast casual restaurant chain specializing in charbroiled chicken founded in 1988 by Los Angeles-based restaurateurs Mike and Ray Badalian. The name "Koo Koo Roo" was an onomatopoeic reference to the crow of a rooster. After a series of expansions and ownership changes, in which Koo Koo Roo struggled for profitability throughout the 1990s, the last location in Santa Monica, California closed in 2014, under the ownership of Luby's Restaurants, Inc. who still owns the Koo Koo Roo trademark.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://www.kookooroo.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q488480|Korea Coast Guard]]''' || coast guard || The Korea Coast Guard (KCG; ; Hanja: <span lang="KO">海洋警察廳</span>, Revised Romanization: Haeyang-gyeongchal-cheong, literally Maritime Police Agency) is a South Korean law enforcement sub-agency responsible for maritime safety and control off the coast. The previous KCG is an external branch of Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries || http://www.kcg.go.kr/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3816545|Košice Open]]''' ||  || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Slovakia''</small> || http://www.tenista.sk/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3816545|Košice Open]]''' ||  || http://www.tenista.sk/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17093112|Kreyos]]''' || business || Kreyos was a consumer electronics company based in San Francisco, California. The company intended to develop digital wearable devices fitted for people with active lifestyles. The Kreyos Meteor, the company's first product, started as a crowd funding campaign from Indiegogo. Although the campaign was funded to over ten times its original goal, the resulting product was poorly received, many units were not delivered or were defective, and the company was closed in 2014. || http://www.kreyos.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3431338|Krohn Air]]''' || airline || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Norway''</small> || http://www.krohnair.no || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1051163|L'Unità]]''' || daily newspaper || l'Unità (, lit. 'the Unity') was an Italian newspaper, founded as official newspaper of the Italian Communist Party. Once left-wing, it has been supportive of that party's successor parties, the Democratic Party of the Left, Democrats of the Left and from October 2007 until its closure the Democratic Party. The newspaper closed on 31 July 2014. It was restarted on 30 June 2015, but it ceased again on 3 June 2017.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || https://www.unita.it || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1587129|LSI Corporation]]''' || business || LSI Corporation was an American company based in San Jose, California which designed semiconductors and software that accelerate storage and networking in data centers, mobile networks and client computing.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://www.lsi.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1587129|LSI Corporation]]''' || business || http://www.lsi.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6460386|LW Stores]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Ontario''</small> || http://www.lwstores.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2699435|La Sexta 3]]''' || specialty channel || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Spain''</small> || http://www.lasexta.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2699435|La Sexta 3]]''' || specialty channel || http://www.lasexta.com || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6467549|Labour for Independence]]''' || political organisation || Labour for Independence is a political organisation for Scottish Labour supporters and other believers in social justice who believe that Scottish independence will lead to a fairer society. It claimed to have 2,000 members across Scotland in June 2014. The organisation has been described as an "SNP front" and, following the September 2014 independence referendum, its founder Allan Grogan joined the Scottish Socialist Party.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Scotland''</small> || http://www.labourforindy.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6488865|LareDOS]]''' || newspaper || LareDOS was an independent monthly newspaper published in Laredo, Texas and distributed free of charge. The newspaper was widely praised and also criticized for its controversial stories on local politics.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Texas''</small> || http://www.laredosnews.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6488865|LareDOS]]''' || newspaper || http://www.laredosnews.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6489034|Large Animal Games]]''' || video game developer || Large Animal Games was an independent casual game developer, known for their game Color Zen. The company was founded in New York City, New York during 2001 by Wade Tinney and Josh Welber, and Large Animal Games released over 100 games for a variety of platforms until they announced that they were closing in March 2014. || http://www.largeanimal.com || {{saved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6489034|Large Animal Games]]''' || video game developer || http://www.largeanimal.com || {{saved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6489780|Larrabee Elementary School]]''' || school || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Washington (state)''</small> || http://larrabee.bellinghamschools.org/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6489780|Larrabee Elementary School]]''' || school || http://larrabee.bellinghamschools.org/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3227384|Le Spectacle du Monde]]''' || magazine || Le Spectacle du Monde was a French language magazine published in France between 1962 and 2014.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in France''</small> || http://www.lespectacledumonde.fr || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3227384|Le Spectacle du Monde]]''' || magazine || http://www.lespectacledumonde.fr || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6511068|Lebanon College]]''' || private not-for-profit educational institution || Lebanon College was a two-year private not-for-profit college located in Lebanon, New Hampshire. It was founded in 1956, but in August 2014, Lebanon College announced the cancellation of classes and said that it would close due to financial difficulties. In 2015 Lebanon College facilities and certain programs were purchased by the public community college system of New Hampshire. After renovations to the main academic building, the Lebanon campus of River Valley Community College opened in January, 2016. <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in New Hampshire''</small> || http://www.lebanoncollege.edu || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6511068|Lebanon College]]''' || private not-for-profit educational institution || http://www.lebanoncollege.edu || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q677397|Lega Pro Prima Divisione]]''' || association football league || Lega Pro Prima Divisione was the third highest football league in Italy. It consisted of 33 teams, divided geographically into two divisions of 16 and 17 teams for group A and B respectively. Until 2008 it was known as Serie C1.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.lega-pro.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q677397|Lega Pro Prima Divisione]]''' || association football league || http://www.lega-pro.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q830717|Lega Pro Seconda Divisione]]''' || association football league || Lega Pro Seconda Divisione was the fourth highest football league in Italy, the lowest with a professional status. Usually it consisted of 36 teams, but in the season 2011–12 the teams were 41 divided geographically into two divisions of 20, 21. Group A covers northern and north central Italy, Group B south central and southern Italy. <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.lega-calcio-serie-c.it/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q830717|Lega Pro Seconda Divisione]]''' || association football league || http://www.lega-calcio-serie-c.it/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15709809|Lexbase]]''' || website || Lexbase is a Swedish website and database that was launched on 27 January 2014, enabling users to perform searches on people and companies who had been the subject of criminal trials during the last five years. The site had a map function where the address of the subject of the criminal trial was revealed. || https://lexbase.se/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15709809|Lexbase]]''' || website || https://lexbase.se/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6537804|Lexington College]]''' || private not-for-profit educational institution || Lexington College was a women's college with a Catholic inspiration located in Chicago, Illinois. The curriculum was focused entirely on hospitality management studies.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Illinois''</small> || http://www.lexingtoncollege.edu || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6537804|Lexington College]]''' || private not-for-profit educational institution || http://www.lexingtoncollege.edu || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3327144|Liberal Democratic Centre]]''' || political party in Spain || The Liberal Democratic Centre (, CDL) was a liberal political party in Spain.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Spain''</small> || http://www.cdliberal.org || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3327144|Liberal Democratic Centre]]''' || political party in Spain || http://www.cdliberal.org || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q699381|Liberal Forum]]''' || political party || The Liberal Forum (, LiF) was a liberal political party in Austria. The party was active from February 1993 to January 2014, when the party merged into NEOS – The New Austria. The party was a member of the Liberal International and the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe Party.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Austria''</small> || http://www.liberale.at || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q699381|Liberal Forum]]''' || political party || http://www.liberale.at || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2813338|Likud Yisrael Beiteinu]]''' || political coalition || Likud Yisrael Beiteinu (; often referred by the Israeli media as Likud Beiteinu, ) was an electoral alliance formed in 2012 by the center-right Likud and the right-wing Yisrael Beiteinu to contest the January 2013 Knesset elections.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Israel''</small> || http://halikud-beytenu.org.il/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2813338|Likud Yisrael Beiteinu]]''' || political coalition || http://halikud-beytenu.org.il/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6549246|Limerick City Council]]''' ||  || Limerick City Council was the authority responsible for local government in the city of Limerick in Ireland. The council had 17 elected members. The head of the council had the title of Mayor. Limerick City Council was the smallest local council in Ireland by area (20.35&nbsp;km²) and 30th (out of 34 authorities) in terms of population. It was abolished in 2014 when the Local Government Reform Act 2014 was implemented. It was succeeded by Limerick City and County Council.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Ireland''</small> || http://www.limerickcity.ie || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6549246|Limerick City Council]]''' ||  || http://www.limerickcity.ie || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6549254|Limerick County Council]]''' || county council of the Republic of Ireland || Limerick County Council was the authority responsible for local government in County Limerick, Ireland. As a county council, it was governed by the Local Government Act 2001. The council had 28 elected members. Elections for the council were held every five years and were by single transferable vote. The head of the council had the title of Cathaoirleach (Chairperson).<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Ireland''</small> || http://www.lcc.ie/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6549254|Limerick County Council]]''' || county council of the Republic of Ireland || http://www.lcc.ie/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q429078|Living Unified Socialist Party of Catalonia]]''' || political party in Catalonia || Living Unified Socialist Party of Catalonia is a political party in Catalonia, Spain. PSUC viu emerged from factional fighting within the Unified Socialist Party of Catalonia (PSUC) in the mid-1990s. Since 1936, PSUC has been the Catalan referent of the Communist Party of Spain (PCE). PSUC and PCE exist as parallel parties, and PCE does not organize any branch of its own in Catalonia.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Spain''</small> || http://www.psuc.org/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q429078|Living Unified Socialist Party of Catalonia]]''' || political party in Catalonia || http://www.psuc.org/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q13132695|Llanedeyrn High School]]''' || secondary school || Llanedeyrn High School was an 11–16 mixed, community comprehensive school in Llanedeyrn, Cardiff, Wales. It was established in 1970 as the first purpose-built comprehensive school in Wales and closed in 2014.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Wales''</small> || http://llanedeyrn.cardiff.sch.uk/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q13132695|Llanedeyrn High School]]''' || secondary school || http://llanedeyrn.cardiff.sch.uk/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q19880870|Lo Nuestro Award for Duranguense Artist of the Year]]''' || Premio Lo Nuestro || The Lo Nuestro Award for Duranguense Artist of the Year was an award presented annually by American network Univision. The accolade was established to recognize the most talented performers of Latin music. The nominees and winners were originally selected by a voting poll conducted among program directors of Spanish-language radio stations in the United States and also based on chart performance on Billboard Latin music charts, with the results tabulated and certified by the accounting firm Deloitte. However, since 2004, the winners are selected through an online survey. The trophy awarded is shaped in the form of a treble clef. || http://musica.univision.com/premio-lo-nuestro || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q19880870|Lo Nuestro Award for Duranguense Artist of the Year]]''' || Premio Lo Nuestro || http://musica.univision.com/premio-lo-nuestro || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17150537|Lo Nuestro Award for Pop New Artist of the Year]]''' || Premio Lo Nuestro || The Lo Nuestro Award for Pop New Artist of the Year is an honor presented annually by American network Univision. It was first awarded in 1989 and has been given annually since to recognize the most talented performers of Latin music. The nominees and winners were originally selected by a voting poll conducted among program directors of Spanish-language radio stations in the United States and also based on chart performance on Billboard Latin music charts, with the results being tabulated and certified by the accounting firm Deloitte. At the present time, the winners are selected by the audience through an online survey. The trophy awarded is shaped in the form of a treble clef. || http://musica.univision.com/premio-lo-nuestro || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17150537|Lo Nuestro Award for Pop New Artist of the Year]]''' || Premio Lo Nuestro || http://musica.univision.com/premio-lo-nuestro || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q19880872|Lo Nuestro Award for Ranchero Artist of the Year]]''' || Premio Lo Nuestro || The Lo Nuestro Award for Ranchero Artist of the Year was an award presented annually by American network Univision. It was first awarded in 2001 and has been given annually since. The accolade was established to recognize the most talented performers of Latin music. The nominees and winners were originally selected by a voting poll conducted among program directors of Spanish-language radio stations in the United States and also based on chart performance on Billboard Latin music charts, with the results being tabulated and certified by the accounting firm Deloitte. At the present time, the winners are selected by the audience through an online survey. The trophy awarded is shaped in the form of a treble clef. || http://musica.univision.com/premio-lo-nuestro || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q19880872|Lo Nuestro Award for Ranchero Artist of the Year]]''' || Premio Lo Nuestro || http://musica.univision.com/premio-lo-nuestro || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15526682|Lo Nuestro Award for Tropical New Artist of the Year]]''' || Premio Lo Nuestro ||  || http://musica.univision.com/premio-lo-nuestro || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15526682|Lo Nuestro Award for Tropical New Artist of the Year]]''' || Premio Lo Nuestro || http://musica.univision.com/premio-lo-nuestro || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17011302|Local Food Plus]]''' ||  || Local Food Plus (LFP) was a Toronto-based non-profit organization that brought farmers and consumers together to build regional food economies. It created "LFP certified" farmers and processors in Ontario, Atlantic Canada, British Columbia and the Canadian Prairies who used sustainable practices, and helped connect farmers and buyers, in part through a "Buy to Vote" campaign, based on the notion of voting with one's money.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Ontario''</small> || http://www.localfoodplus.ca || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17011302|Local Food Plus]]''' ||  || http://www.localfoodplus.ca || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6666546|Loehmann's]]''' || business || Loehmann's is an American retail company which started as a single store in Brooklyn, New York and grew to a chain of off-price department stores in the United States. The chain was best known for its "Back Room", where women interested in fashion could find designer clothes at prices lower than in department stores. While the largest portion of its client base was historically women, the chain also offered shoes, accessories, and men's clothing.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in New York (state)''</small> || http://www.loehmanns.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q879840|Luftverkehr Friesland-Harle]]''' || airline || Luftverkehr Friesland-Harle, commonly abbreviated LFH, was a small airline based in Wangerland, Germany, that was established in 1983 and had 30 employees (at March 2007). It operated scheduled and chartered passenger and cargo flights, linking Harle Airfield (de) to the East Frisian Islands. In 2011, LFH was acquired by FLN Frisia Luftverkehr, which continues to use the brand.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Germany''</small> || http://www.inselflieger.de || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16237934|M.A.D (band)]]''' || boy band || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.officialmadband.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3272793|MCM Pop]]''' || broadcast network || MCM Pop was a French language music video TV channel owned by MCM Group, a division of Lagardère Active. MCM Pop was closed down on 1 October 2014 at 23:59, in France, to make way for RFM TV, on 2 October at 6pm.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in France''</small> || http://www.mcm.fr || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6718523|MTR Gaming Group]]''' || business || MTR Gaming Group was a gaming company based in Chester, West Virginia that operated horse racing tracks and racinos. It was formed on March 7, 1988 in Wilmington, Delaware. On September 19, 2014, it merged with Eldorado Holdco LLC, forming Eldorado Resorts in Reno, Nevada.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in West Virginia''</small> || http://mtrgaming.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q683293|MTV (Hungarian TV channel)]]''' || television channel || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Hungary''</small> || http://www.mtv.co.hu/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6724845|Macon Chronicle-Herald]]''' || newspaper || The Macon Chronicle-Herald was a daily newspaper published in Macon, Missouri, United States. It began publishing in 1910 as the Daily Chronicle.{{cite web<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Missouri''</small> || http://www.maconch.com || {{notsaved}}
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| rowspan=6 | '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q631823|Macworld]]''' || rowspan=6 | magazine || rowspan=6 | Macworld is a web site dedicated to products and software of Apple Inc., published by Mac Publishing, which is headquartered in San Francisco, California. It started life as a print magazine in 1984 and had the largest audited circulation (both total and newsstand) of Macintosh-focused magazines in North America, more than double its nearest competitor, MacLife (formerly MacAddict). Macworld was founded by David Bunnell (publisher) and Andrew Fluegelman (editor). It was the oldest Macintosh magazine still in publication, until September 10, 2014, when IDG, its parent company, announced it was discontinuing the print edition and laid off most of the staff, while continuing an online version.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in California''</small> || rowspan=6 | http://www.macworld.com || rowspan=6 | {{saved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q965685|Maelstrom (ride)]]''' || amusement ride || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Florida''</small> || http://disneyworld.disney.go.com/wdw/parks/attractionDetail?id=MaelstromAttractionPage || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3276999|Magistrato alle Acque]]''' || public administration || The Magistrato alle Acque ("Magistrate for the Waters") was a collective magistracy of the Republic of Venice, responsible for water management in the Venetian Lagoon. It comprised a series of boards of magistrates established in the early 16th century, and existed until the Fall of the Republic of Venice in 1797. Between 1907 and 2014, the body was revived by the Italian state, with responsibilities extending over the entire Veneto and the Province of Mantua.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.magisacque.it || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6744630|Malsis School]]''' || school || Malsis School located at a mansion known as Malsis Hall in the village of Crosshills, in North Yorkshire, England, was a co-educational independent pre-prep and preparatory school for pupils aged 3 to 13 years. The school was founded in 1920, and closed due to falling pupil numbers in 2014.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.malsis.org || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q21190809|Mandarin Oriental Manila]]''' || hotel || Mandarin Oriental Manila was a hotel along Makati Avenue in Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines, managed by the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group and designed by National Artist Leandro Locsin. The old building is undergoing demolition and a replacement nearby is set to open in 2020. <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in the Philippines''</small> || http://www.mandarinoriental.com/manila/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6748595|Manga Erotics F]]''' || Japanese manga magazine ||  was a bimonthly manga magazine by Ohta Publishing. It was first published as a monthly magazine on January 1, 2001, and switched to bimonthly in May 2002, releasing on the seventh of odd months. It ceased publication on July 8, 2014 with volume 88.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Japan''</small> || http://www.ohtabooks.com/eroticsf/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1405771|Manston Airport]]''' || airport || Manston Airport, formerly , is a closed British airport. It was branded as Manston, Kent International Airport and is located in the parish of Minster-in-Thanet and partly adjacent to the village of Manston in the Thanet district of Kent, England, north-east of Canterbury. Formerly the site of RAF Manston, it was briefly known as London Manston Airport. The single runway is located about from the coastline at above sea level.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.manstonairport.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q647737|Marussia Motors]]''' || business || }}Marussia Motors was a Russian sports car company founded in 2007. It was the first Russian company to produce a supercar. It designed, and manufactured prototypes of both the B1 and the B2 sport cars. Marussia was led by former motor racer Nikolai Fomenko. The Marussia B1 was launched in December 2008 in the new Manege hall in Moscow. || http://www.marussiamotors.ru || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q310246|Me2day]]''' || social networking service || Me2day was a microblogging and social networking service in South Korea acquired and owned by NHN Corporation (present-day Naver Corporation). Similar to Twitter, Me2day was popular in South Korea with earlier establishments in android market, especially among adolescents and youth of twenties. Me2DAY had an open API and most of the applications built around it added entertainment benefits to the site. OpenID was available until March 2010, but since then until the site's closure at the end of June 2014, registration was required. Information acquired during registration included only email address, ID, and password. It allowed users to send and receive up to 150 characters to each other. Many people like Big Bang, Wonder Girls, 2NE1, F(x), 2PM, Kim Tae-hee, SHINee, U-Kiss and Seoul Samsung Thunders used the service as a way of keeping their fans updated about their whereabouts. Because Me2day was run by the NHN Corporation, the creator of one of the biggest Korean portal websites Naver.com, a Naver ID user could also immediately set up an account for Me2day without signing up.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in South Korea''</small> || http://me2day.net || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17018863|Miami Inferno]]''' || sports team || * Miami Inferno (2014)<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Florida''</small> || http://www.miamiinferno.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6827421|Miami SunPost]]''' || newspaper || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Florida''</small> || http://www.miamisunpost.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17010110|Mid-Continent University]]''' || private not-for-profit educational institution || Mid-Continent University was a four-year, liberal arts Christian institution located near Mayfield, Kentucky, United States. It had been experiencing financial troubles and was placed on "warning status" by its regional accreditor the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools in late 2013. On April 15, 2014, university officials reported that Interim President Ken Winters stepped down for family reasons April 12, and that former President Robert Imhoff and his wife Jackie Imhoff, the vice president of adult services, who had stepped down from their positions in February but were still receiving a salary, were fired. Robert Thomas "Tom" Walden was named to replace Winters. On April 16, it was announced that the university did not have enough money to pay staff, and would close at the end of June. On October 6, 2014, it was announced that Mid-Continent University had filed for bankruptcy.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Kentucky''</small> || http://www.midcontinent.edu || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16927325|Mills-Tui]]''' || business || Mills-Tui was an Australian manufacturer of heavily specialised vehicles in Narangba, Brisbane.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://mills-tui.com.au/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16664623|Ministry of Construction and Urbanism (Serbia)]]''' || construction ministry || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Serbia''</small> || http://www.mgu.gov.rs || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1769436|Ministry of Fisheries and Coastal Affairs (Norway)]]''' || ministry || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Norway''</small> || http://www.regjeringen.no/en/dep/fkd.html?id=257 || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1769636|Ministry of Government Administration, Reform and Church Affairs]]''' || ministry || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Norway''</small> || http://www.regjeringen.no/en/dep/fad.html?id=339 || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4294621|Ministry of Industrial policy (Ukraine)]]''' || industry ministry || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Ukraine''</small> || http://industry.kmu.gov.ua/industry/control/uk/index || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1961573|Ministry of Regional Development (Russia)]]''' || ministry || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Russia''</small> || http://www.minregion.ru/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6879331|Mississippi Storm]]''' || association football club || The Mississippi Storm was an American soccer team, based in the Biloxi suburb of Ocean Springs, Mississippi, which competes in National Premier Soccer League (NPSL). The Mississippi Storm withdrew from the NPSL and folded in 2014.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Mississippi''</small> || http://www.msstormsoccer.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| rowspan=3 | '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6887565|Mochi Media]]''' || rowspan=3 | dot-com company || rowspan=3 | Mochi Media was a browser-based games network, with more than 140 million monthly active users and 15,000 games on nearly 40,000 publisher websites. Mochi Media's products included tools for Flash-based web developers to display in-game advertising, complete micro-transactions and display score boards in games. The company was headquartered in downtown San Francisco. || rowspan=3 | http://www.mochimedia.com/ || rowspan=3 | {{saved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16953033|Modus FX]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Quebec''</small> || http://www.modusfx.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6898230|Monash Institute of Medical Research]]''' || organization || The Monash Institute of Medical Research (MIMR), was an Australian medical research institute located in the Melbourne suburb of Clayton, Victoria, consisting of 400 scientists and students belonging to the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences at Monash University. In January 2014 the Institute merged with Prince Henry's Institute of Medical Research and has since been renamed the Hudson Institute of Medical Research.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.monashinstitute.org/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q81287|Monthly Comic Blade]]''' || magazine ||  is a Japanese shōnen manga magazine published by Mag Garden. It was first published in February 2002 and was sold on the 30 of each month until July 2014. It restarted in September 2014 as a free online magazine titled Online Magazine Comic Blade, which is updated on the 5, 15, 25 and 30 of each month. The manga series are published in tankōbon under the imprint.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Japan''</small> || http://www.mag-garden.co.jp/comic-blade/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q81271|Monthly Ikki]]''' || magazine ||  was a monthly seinen manga magazine published by Shogakukan. It tended to specialize in underground or alternative manga, but has had its share of major hits as well. The magazine started has a spin-off of Shogakukan's Big Comic Spirits in 2000 and became a standalone monthly magazine in 2003. Notably, both Bokurano and Ride Back have received anime adaptations. <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Japan''</small> || http://www.ikki-para.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1062601|Monthly Shōnen Rival]]''' || periodical literature ||  was a Japanese monthly shōnen manga magazine by Kodansha that ran from April 4, 2008 to June 4, 2014. It was issued on the 4th of every month.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Japan''</small> || http://kc.kodansha.co.jp/magazine/index.php/14755 || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17069783|Moogo]]''' || business || Moogo was an online website builder, which was designed for users who had little or no prior experience in website design, HTML or computer programming. It is no longer active to unregistered users stating on its website: "Moogo is discontinued and we don't provide websites to new customers anymore. Sorry for any inconveniences." || http://www.moogo.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2852650|MoonScoop Group]]''' || business || The MoonScoop Group was a French animation and production company that created and published animated television series. Its corporate headquarters were located in Paris, France, along with offices in the United Kingdom and the United States. It was established in 2003. It is most famously known for Code Lyoko and its cancelled sequel series, Code Lyoko: Evolution.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in France''</small> || http://www.moonscoop.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6931420|Mud Life Magazine]]''' || magazine || Mud Life Magazine was an American automotive enthusiast magazine. The magazine covers mud trucks, ATVs, UTVs, and Swamp Buggies. It existed between 2008 and 2014.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Florida''</small> || http://www.MudLifeBrand.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3494055|New York Sportimes]]''' || sports team || The New York Sportimes were a professional tennis team competing in World TeamTennis (WTT). The team was originally based in eastern Long Island from 2000 to 2002, before moving to Westchester County, New York in 2003, and then to New York City in 2009. The team was founded as the New York Hamptons in 2000, before changing its name to the New York Sportimes in 2003. In 2005, the team made its first playoff appearance and went on to defeat the Newport Beach Breakers in the WTT Final to win its first King Trophy.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in New York (state)''</small> || http://www.nysportimes.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5392031|Newsweek Argentina]]''' || magazine || Newsweek Argentina was an Argentine monthly news magazine, published as the local edition of Newsweek. Its editorial director was Alex Milberg, and its senior editor was Matías Loewy.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Argentina''</small> || http://www.elargentino.com/medios/126/newsweek.html || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7039971|Nirgilis]]''' || musical group || , stylized NIRGILIS, was a Japanese electronic rock band formed in 1993 by Moyo Satake and Kōki Itō. Acchu Iwata, Minoru Kurihara, and Yuki Inadera joined in 1995. Satake and Itō left the group in 2004 and 2007, respectively, leaving the group without its founders. All remaining members left the group in 2014.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Japan''</small> || http://www.nirgilis.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q178335|Nomos Center]]''' || think tank || Nomos Center  or fully the Center for assistance to the geopolitical problems and euroatlantic cooperation of the Black sea region studies Nomos  was a Ukrainian non-governmental public policy think tank.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Ukraine''</small> || http://nomos.com.ua/content/view/259/75/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q120538|Norodom Ranariddh Party]]''' || political party || The Norodom Ranariddh Party (NRP, Kanakpak Norodom Ranariddh) is a Cambodian political party created by Prince Norodom Ranariddh, who has left the Royalist FUNCINPEC party of which he was previously leader/chairman.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Cambodia''</small> || http://nrparty.org/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5581648|North Central Association of Colleges and Schools]]''' || organization || The North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA), also known as the North Central Association, was a membership organization, consisting of colleges, universities, and schools in 19 U.S. states engaged in educational accreditation. It was one of six regional accreditation bodies in the U.S. and its Higher Learning Commission was recognized by the United States Department of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) as a regional accreditor for higher education institutions. <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Illinois''</small> || http://www.northcentralassociation.org || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7057005|North Tipperary County Council]]''' || county council of the Republic of Ireland || North Tipperary County Council was the authority responsible for local government in the county of North Tipperary, Ireland. The council had 21 elected members. The head of the council had the title of Mayor. The county town was Nenagh.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Ireland''</small> || http://www.tipperarynorth.ie || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q497219|Norwegian School of Veterinary Science]]''' || academic institution || Norwegian School of Veterinary Science or NVH was a public university located at Adamstuen in Oslo, that educated veterinarians and veterinary nurses as well as research within aquatic medicine, food safety, comparative medicine and mammalian diseases, health and welfare. The institution had about 450 employees and 500 students. Parts of the research were conducted in Tromsø and Sandnes.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Norway''</small> || http://www.veths.no/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2463016|OP12]]''' || television channel || OP12 (English: On 12) was the name of the third channel of Belgium's VRT and featured evening broadcasts. The channel launched on 14 May 2012, and closed on 31 December 2014. The channel's name was derived from the digital channel number that the station was assigned on most digital television platforms.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Belgium''</small> || http://op12.be/ || {{notsaved}}
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| rowspan=2 | '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q14608233|Occupy Central with Love and Peace]]''' || rowspan=2 | political movement || rowspan=2 | Occupy Central with Love and Peace (OCLP; or 和平佔中) was a single-purpose Hong Kong civil disobedience campaign initiated by Reverend Chu Yiu-ming, Benny Tai and Dr Chan Kin-man on 27 March 2013. The campaign was launched on 24 September 2014, partially leading to the 2014 Hong Kong protests. According to its manifesto, the campaign advocates for an electoral system in Hong Kong that is decided through a democratic process and satisfies international standards of universal and equal suffrage. When the first three stages of the movement — dialogue, deliberation and citizens' authorization – the civil disobedience that follows must be non-violent.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Hong Kong''</small> || rowspan=2 | http://oclp.hk/ || rowspan=2 | {{saved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q10609408|OmVärlden]]''' || periodical literature || OmVärlden is a Swedish online magazine based in Stockholm, Sweden, which focuses on global affairs and international politics. The magazine had a print edition until November 2014 when it went on online-only format. The magazine is currently (2018) published by Global Reporting with Ylva Bergman as editor-in-chief, responsible under Swedish press law (www.omvarlden.se). OmVärlden is financed by Sida, the Swedish Development Cooperation Agency, but fully independent with the editor-in-chief responsible under Swedish press laws.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Sweden''</small> || http://www.omvarlden.se/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7089414|Omaha Civic Auditorium]]''' || arena || Omaha Civic Auditorium was a multi-purpose convention center located in Omaha, Nebraska. Opened in 1954, it surpassed the Ak-Sar-Ben Coliseum as the largest convention/entertainment complex in the city, until the completion of CHI Health Center Omaha in 2003. With the opening of the Ralston Arena in 2012, all teams that played at the Civic Auditorium moved, which reduced the venue's viability. The auditorium closed its doors in June 2014 and was demolished two years later.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Nebraska''</small> || http://www.omahacivic.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1393746|Orlando City SC (2010–14)]]''' || association football club || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Florida''</small> || http://www.orlandocitysoccer.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1393746|Orlando City SC (2010–14)]]''' || association football club || http://www.orlandocitysoccer.com || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3091087|Ottawa Fury Women]]''' || women's association football team || Ottawa Fury Women was a Canadian women's soccer team, founded in 2003. The team was a member of the United Soccer Leagues USL W-League, the second tier of women’s soccer in the United States and Canada. The team competed in the W-League's Central Conference with the rest of the league's Canadian clubs. The team is a part of the Ottawa Fury Football Club, which also includes the Fury FC men's team which competes in the [United Soccer League], the Ottawa Fury FC Men's Academy which competes in the USL PDL, as well as several other men's and women's Academy teams of all age levels. Through the Ottawa Fury FC, it was part of the Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group. On December 3, 2014, the parent club decided to disband the women's team, days ahead of the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup official draw in Ottawa.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Ontario''</small> || http://www.ottawafury.com/fw-index || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3091087|Ottawa Fury Women]]''' || women's association football team || http://www.ottawafury.com/fw-index || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q14497047|Ottawa SkyHawks]]''' || basketball team || The Ottawa SkyHawks were a Canadian professional basketball team based in Ottawa, Ontario. The SkyHawks played in the Central Division of the National Basketball League of Canada (NBL Canada) during a single season. Financial difficulty resulted in the team receiving a loan from the league in order to finish the 2013-14 season. NBL Canada announced that the SkyHawks would not participate in the 2014-15 season when the team failed to comply with the terms of the loan.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Ontario''</small> || http://www.ottawaskyhawks.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q14497047|Ottawa SkyHawks]]''' || basketball team || http://www.ottawaskyhawks.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7118518|PCCW Mobile]]''' || business ||  || http://www.pccwmobile.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7118518|PCCW Mobile]]''' || business || http://www.pccwmobile.com || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1428001|Party of Italian Communists]]''' || communist party || The Party of Italian Communists (, PdCI) was a communist party in Italy founded in October 1998 as a split from the Communist Refoundation Party (PRC) led by Armando Cossutta, the founder and early leader of the PRC. In December 2014, the party was transformed into Communist Party of Italy (PCd'I), which would later evolve into the re-edition of the Italian Communist Party (PCI).<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.comunisti-italiani.it/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1428001|Party of Italian Communists]]''' || communist party || http://www.comunisti-italiani.it/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3322477|Party of the Communists of Catalonia]]''' || political party in Catalonia || Party of the Communists of Catalonia was a communist party in Catalonia that existed from 1982 to 2014. The main organ of PCC was Avant and the theoretical organ was Realitat. Every year the party used to hold a festival for its newspaper – Festa d'Avant. The youth wing of PCC was the Collectives of Young Communists – Communist Youth (Col·lectius de Joves Comunistes - Joventut Comunista).<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Catalonia''</small> || http://www.pcc.cat/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3322477|Party of the Communists of Catalonia]]''' || political party in Catalonia || http://www.pcc.cat/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q298188|Pays d'Aix FC]]''' || association football club || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in France''</small> || http://www.pafc.fr/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q298188|Pays d'Aix FC]]''' || association football club || http://www.pafc.fr/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q809719|Peace and Democracy Party (Turkey)]]''' || political party || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Turkey''</small> || http://www.bdp.org.tr/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q809719|Peace and Democracy Party (Turkey)]]''' || political party || http://www.bdp.org.tr/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17053829|Penrice Soda Products]]''' || business || Penrice Soda Products was a company listed on the Australian Securities Exchange, named after its quarry near the small town of Penrice, South Australia. It was placed in liquidation in August 2014.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.penrice.com.au/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17053829|Penrice Soda Products]]''' || business || http://www.penrice.com.au/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6418703|Persepolis Behzisti FSC]]''' || football club || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Iran''</small> || http://fc-perspolis.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6418703|Persepolis Behzisti FSC]]''' || football club || http://fc-perspolis.com || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7170162|Pershing Center]]''' || sports venue || The Pershing Center (originally known as Pershing Auditorium) is a 4,526-seat multi-purpose arena in Lincoln, Nebraska. Although still physically in place, it is no longer in use.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Nebraska''</small> || http://www.pershingcenter.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7170162|Pershing Center]]''' || sports venue || http://www.pershingcenter.com || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3901415|Philadelphia Passion]]''' ||  || The Philadelphia Passion was a professional women's indoor football team based in Trenton, New Jersey. They were members of the Eastern Conference of the Legends Football League.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Pennsylvania''</small> || http://www.lflus.com/phillypassion || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3901415|Philadelphia Passion]]''' ||  || http://www.lflus.com/phillypassion || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16847621|Phoenix FC]]''' || association football club || Phoenix FC was an American professional football (soccer) team based in Phoenix. The team was a member of the USL Professional Division, the third tier of the American Soccer Pyramid. The team's colors were red and white.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Arizona''</small> || http://www.phoenixcitysoccer.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16847621|Phoenix FC]]''' || association football club || http://www.phoenixcitysoccer.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q52093|Pian di Scò]]''' || abolished municipality in Italy || Pian di Scò is a frazione (municipality) in the Province of Arezzo in the Italian region Tuscany, located about southeast of Florence and about northwest of Arezzo, in the Valdarno. It was a separate commune until 2014, when it was merged with Castelfranco di Sopra: the new municipality name is Castelfranco Piandiscò.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.comune.pian-di-sco.ar.it/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q52093|Pian di Scò]]''' || abolished municipality in Italy || http://www.comune.pian-di-sco.ar.it/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7201131|Planet Muscle]]''' || magazine || Planet Muscle was an American bodybuilding and fitness magazine, established by Jeff Everson in 2002. It also had a German website. It was ranked as amongst the top bodybuilding magazines and was published six times a year. It was formerly published on a quarterly basis.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in the United States''</small> || http://www.planetmuscle.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7201131|Planet Muscle]]''' || magazine || http://www.planetmuscle.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2641081|Planning Commission (India)]]''' || government agency || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in India''</small> || http://planningcommission.nic.in || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2641081|Planning Commission (India)]]''' || government agency || http://planningcommission.nic.in || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2061270|Polet Airlines]]''' || airline || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Russia''</small> || http://www.polet.ru/en/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2061270|Polet Airlines]]''' || airline || http://www.polet.ru/en/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7209955|Polish National Party]]''' || political party || The Polish National Party was a fringe nationalist and ultra-conservative political party in Poland led by Leszek Bubel. Its motto was: "I am Polish, therefore I have Polish obligations", as quoted after the Polish politician and statesman Roman Dmowski whose ideas were used by the starting point for its ideology.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Poland''</small> || http://polskapartianarodowa.org/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7209955|Polish National Party]]''' || political party || http://polskapartianarodowa.org/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7230700|Port Huron Patriots]]''' || sports team || * Port Huron Patriots (2012–2014)<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Michigan''</small> || http://www.porthuronpatriots.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7230700|Port Huron Patriots]]''' || sports team || http://www.porthuronpatriots.com || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7231895|Portland Chinooks]]''' || basketball team || The Portland Chinooks was a professional men's basketball team based out of Portland, Oregon. They were charter members of the International Basketball League and began play in the league in 2004. The team was owned by local businessman Terry Emmert. They played their home games at various locations since their inception, including the Peter Stott Center, the Rose Garden, and at Eastmoreland Courts in southeast Portland. The team colors of red and black were shared with their predecessors from the NBA, the Portland Trail Blazers.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Oregon''</small> || http://www.ibl.com/portland_chinooks || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7231895|Portland Chinooks]]''' || basketball team || http://www.ibl.com/portland_chinooks || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q772783|Postini]]''' || software || Postini was an e-mail, Web security, and archiving service owned by Google since 2007. It provided cloud computing services for filtering e-mail spam and malware (before it was delivered to a client's mail server), offered optional e-mail archiving, and protected client networks from web-borne malware.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://www.google.com/postini/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q772783|Postini]]''' || software || http://www.google.com/postini/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3400951|Power Slam]]''' || magazine || Power Slam was an independent non-kayfabe magazine published in the United Kingdom from 1991–2014 by SW Publishing, with co-founders Findlay Martin and former WCW Magazine owner Colin Bowman. Power Slam was Europe's best-selling pro wrestling publication.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.psmag.co.uk/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3400951|Power Slam]]''' || magazine || http://www.psmag.co.uk/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7248354|Progett'Azione]]''' || political party || Progett'Azione (PA, meaning "ProjectAction"), also known as Piedmontese Populars (Popolari Piemontesi), was a regional centrist Italian political party active in Piedmont. The party, whose leader was Maria Teresa Armosino, was a spin-off of The People of Freedom (PdL).<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.progettazionepiemonte.it/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7248354|Progett'Azione]]''' || political party || http://www.progettazionepiemonte.it/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15119|Province of Rome]]''' || former provinces of Italy || The Province of Rome was one of the five provinces that formed part of the region of Lazio in Italy. It was established in 1870 and disestablished in 2014. It was essentially coterminous with the Rome metropolitan area. The city of Rome was the provincial capital. During the 1920s, the boundary of the province shrank as land was ceded to establish new provinces. The Province of Rome was the most populous province in Italy. On 1 January 2015, it was superseded by a new local government body - the Metropolitan City of Rome Capital.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.provincia.roma.it/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15119|Province of Rome]]''' || former provinces of Italy || http://www.provincia.roma.it/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2715631|R.R.F.C. Montegnée]]''' || association football club || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Belgium''</small> || http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/royalracingfootballclubmontegnee/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2715631|R.R.F.C. Montegnée]]''' || association football club || http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/royalracingfootballclubmontegnee/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1050331|R.W.D.M. Brussels F.C.]]''' || association football club || R.W.D.M. Brussels F.C., often simply referred to as F.C. Brussels or simply Brussels was a Belgian association football club based in the municipality of Molenbeek in the Brussels Capital-Region. They last played in the second division during the 2013–14 season where they finished 8th, but folded at the end of the season due to financial trouble. The club was a continuation of FC Strombeek, a club from the Brussels suburb of Strombeek-Bever with matricule №1936 which was formed in 1932. However, Strombeek merged with Racing White Daring Molenbeek (RWDM) in the 2000s and practising the tradition of RWDM instead. FC Brussels played at the Stade Edmond Machtens, Molenbeek's former stadium. Their highest league ranking was a 10th place in the first division in 2005–06.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Belgium''</small> || http://www.fc-brussels.be/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1050331|R.W.D.M. Brussels F.C.]]''' || association football club || http://www.fc-brussels.be/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1478590|RAK Airways]]''' || airline || RAK Airways was the national airline of Ras Al Khaimah, one of the seven states in the United Arab Emirates. After ceasing operations in 2009, the airline relaunched in 2010 with a new livery and under new management. On 1 January 2014, the airline suspended all its flights but announced that they may resume at a future date after a restructuring process.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in the United Arab Emirates''</small> || http://www.rakairways.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1478590|RAK Airways]]''' || airline || http://www.rakairways.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7280802|Radio Free Sarawak]]''' || radio station || Radio Free Sarawak is a pirate radio station established by journalist Clare Rewcastle Brown and helmed by former Cats FM presenter Peter John Jaban (Papa Orang Utan), Christina Suntai who graduated from Florida Technical College in computer science and computer programming, and Michael Ngau. First broadcast on 16 November 2010, the station can be received by shortwave on 15420&nbsp;kHz. It also produced podcasts for its programmes daily from 1100–1300 UTC or 7:00–9:00 pm at Sarawak local time (UTC+8). The station received wide publicity in Malaysia after the brief disappearance of Jaban. However it was later discovered that he had gone into hiding voluntarily. On 15 November 2014, the radio suspended its shortwave transmission services and claimed the Sarawak state government has jammed its service.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Malaysia''</small> || http://radiofreesarawak.org || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7280802|Radio Free Sarawak]]''' || radio station || http://radiofreesarawak.org || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2254879|Rai Med]]''' || television channel || Rai Med was an Italian television channel owned and operated by RAI.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.rai.it/dl/portali/site/page/Page-8801fc35-32cd-4968-a71a-cb35aedc09fb.html || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2254879|Rai Med]]''' || television channel || http://www.rai.it/dl/portali/site/page/Page-8801fc35-32cd-4968-a71a-cb35aedc09fb.html || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7284877|Rainforest Films]]''' || film production company || Rainforest Films was a film production company founded in 1994 by Rob Hardy and Will Packer that produced films geared towards African-Americans. || http://www.rainforestfilms.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7284877|Rainforest Films]]''' || film production company || http://www.rainforestfilms.com || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4926010|Rakhine Nationalities Development Party]]''' || political party || The Rakhine Nationalities Development Party (; abbreviated RNDP) was a political party in Myanmar (Burma), representing the interests of the Rakhine people in Rakhine State and Yangon Region. The party contested 44 seats, of which it won 35. RNDP was the largest party in the Rakhine State Hluttaw, the sole State or Region Hluttaw whose largest party was not the Union Solidarity and Development Party following the 2010 General Election. The party was at times accused of stirring up anti-Muslim feelings.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Myanmar''</small> || http://rakhinendparty.webs.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4926010|Rakhine Nationalities Development Party]]''' || political party || http://rakhinendparty.webs.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7306314|Redtribe]]''' || video game developer || Redtribe was an Australian video game developer that was co-founded in 2003 by game developer and entrepreneur Chris Mosely and Samantha Robson. Chris Mosely was previously the CEO and founder of Blue Tongue Entertainment in 1995. RedTribe was the first Australian developer to release a game on the Xbox 360 & Wii in Australia & New Zealand . || http://www.redtribe.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7306314|Redtribe]]''' || video game developer || http://www.redtribe.com || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q11626124|Research, Development and Evaluation Commission]]''' || || The Research, Development and Evaluation Commission (RDEC; ) was a branch of the Executive Yuan of the Taiwan (ROC). The commission was responsible for policy research and development, policy planning, policy supervision and evaluation, government’s IT management, circulation of government publications, archives and other tasks assigned by the prime minister.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Taiwan''</small> || http://archive.rdec.gov.tw/mp110.htm || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q11626124|Research, Development and Evaluation Commission]]''' || government agency || http://archive.rdec.gov.tw/mp110.htm || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7335510|Rip It Up (Adelaide)]]''' || magazine || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.ripitup.com.au || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7335510|Rip It Up (Adelaide)]]''' || magazine || http://www.ripitup.com.au || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2160125|Roc Oil Company]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.rocoil.com.au/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2160125|Roc Oil Company]]''' || business || http://www.rocoil.com.au/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q327269|Roma Maxima]]''' || recurring sporting event || The Giro del Lazio returned to the race calendar in 2013 for the first time since 2008 as the Roma Maxima. The event has been provisionally included on the UCI Europe Tour for the 2013 season. It has been given a date of Saturday March 2 with a classification of 1.1. Mauro Vegni, the technical manager for race organisers RCS Sport says he hopes the race will include a section of the Appian Way Roman cobbled road with finish in the centre of Rome. The race was not held in 2015.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.gazzetta.it/Speciali/RomaMaxima/it/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q327269|Roma Maxima]]''' || recurring sporting event || http://www.gazzetta.it/Speciali/RomaMaxima/it/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7368075|Roseberry College]]''' || secondary school || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.roseberrycollege.co.uk/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7368075|Roseberry College]]''' || secondary school || http://www.roseberrycollege.co.uk/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7374347|Royal Irish Rangers]]''' || military unit || <br/><small>''1992 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://royalirishrangers.co.uk || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7374347|Royal Irish Rangers]]''' || military unit || http://royalirishrangers.co.uk || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2380317|Russian Bloc (party)]]''' || political party || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Ukraine''</small> || http://rusblok.org.ua/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2380317|Russian Bloc (party)]]''' || political party || http://rusblok.org.ua/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7382153|Russian Unity]]''' || political party || Russian Unity was a political party in Crimea (banned in Ukraine since 2014), registered in October 2008. On 30 April 2014 a Kiev Court banned the party "from activity on the territory of Ukraine". Party leader Sergey Aksyonov was instrumental in making possible the annexation of Crimea by the Russian Federation. The party was based in Crimea, which has a Russian-speaking majority. The party was dissolved a year after the annexation of Crimea.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Ukraine''</small> || http://russ-edin.org || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16844632|S.S.D. Calcio Marano]]''' || association football club || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://maranocalcio.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16844632|S.S.D. Calcio Marano]]''' || association football club || http://maranocalcio.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7389626|SEC TV]]''' || broadcast network || SEC TV (formerly SEC Network) was a syndicated package featuring live broadcasts of college football and basketball events from the Southeastern Conference. It was owned and operated by ESPN Regional Television and shown in more than 50 percent of households in the United States, mostly Southeastern United States markets. SEC TV's football games typically aired in the noon eastern slot that was former home to the Jefferson-Pilot/Raycom Sports SEC game of the week. Games were shown locally on broadcast stations, regional sports networks, as well as on ESPN GamePlan, ESPN Full Court, and WatchESPN.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in the United States''</small> || http://www.secdigitalnetwork.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1631839|SGA Airlines]]''' || airline || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Thailand''</small> || http://www.nokmini.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1524298|STX Finland]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Finland''</small> || http://www.meyerturku.com/en/meyerturku_com/index.jsp || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7395223|SW Radio Africa]]''' || radio station || SW Radio Africa was an independent Zimbabwe radio station that broadcast from London, England, from 19 December 2001 to 10 August 2014. With the government of Robert Mugabe keeping a tight rein on the airwaves, the station produced and presented news and current affairs programmes for broadcast in Zimbabwe on short wave and on the Internet. Much of the content comprised pre-recorded but unedited, international telephone conversations between the presenter and ordinary people on the ground in Zimbabwe. These untrained and unprompted members of the public gave their first-person report of happenings, often as they were going down. It was the fact that such reports were broadcast in an unedited form that gave the content huge legitimacy among the listeners. The news broadcasts were therefore considered more factual than those of the state broadcaster. Staffed and run by Zimbabweans in exile, it aimed to promote democracy and free speech, and to counter the mis-information and hate speech broadcast by the Zimbabwe state media. The station's website, www.swradioafrica.com, featured live online streaming.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.swradioafrica.com/index.php || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17027244|Salem Sabres]]''' || sports team || The Salem Sabres were a professional men's basketball based in Salem, Oregon. They were last members of the International Basketball League and began play in the league in 2012. The team was owned by C. Neiman Sports, Inc. and the team's general manager was Joe Becerra. They played their home games at Chemeketa Community College. They joined the league after playing one season in the American Basketball Association. After the 2014 season they folded along with the league.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Oregon''</small> || http://www.ibl.com/salem_sabres/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2118564|Salisbury City F.C.]]''' || association football club || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.salisburycity-fc.co.uk || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2118564|Salisbury City F.C.]]''' || association football club || http://www.salisburycity-fc.co.uk || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q18510724|Samaritans Radar]]''' || website || Samaritans Radar was a Twitter-based service created by the digital advertising agency Jam for the British emotional support charity Samaritans. It was intended as a way to inform users when their Twitter contacts were potentially in need of emotional support. The app scanned Twitter for key phrases such as "help me", "hate myself", mentions of being depressed or needing someone to talk to and then sent an email to that user's friends. Samaritans suspended the Radar service following widespread criticism and a petition asking the charity to discontinue the service. || http://www.samaritansradar.org || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q18510724|Samaritans Radar]]''' || website || http://www.samaritansradar.org || {{notsaved}}
 
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| rowspan=5 | '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2414052|San Francisco Bay Guardian]]''' || rowspan=5 | periodical literature || rowspan=5 | The San Francisco Bay Guardian was a free alternative newspaper published weekly in San Francisco, California. It was founded in 1966 by Bruce B. Brugmann and his wife, Jean Dibble. The paper was shut down on October 14, 2014. It was relaunched in February 2016 as an online publication. <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in California''</small> || rowspan=5 | http://www.sfbg.com/ || rowspan=5 | {{saved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q18518758|San Jose Earthquakes U23]]''' || association football team || The San Jose Earthquakes U23, were an American soccer team based in Turlock, California. They were the development team for the MLS San Jose Earthquakes. The team played in the USL Premier Development League (PDL), the fourth tier of the American Soccer Pyramid, in the Southwest Division of the Western Conference. <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://www.sjearthquakes.com/earthquakes-u-23-pdl-squad || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q18518758|San Jose Earthquakes U23]]''' || association football team || http://www.sjearthquakes.com/earthquakes-u-23-pdl-squad || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7419984|Santa Ysabel Casino]]''' || casino || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://www.santaysabelresortandcasino.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7419984|Santa Ysabel Casino]]''' || casino || http://www.santaysabelresortandcasino.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3475030|Scanorama]]''' || periodical literature || [[File:Scanorama1.jpg|thumb|200px|The October 2005 issue of Scanorama with Fredrik Eklund on the cover]]<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Sweden''</small> || http://www.scanorama.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3475030|Scanorama]]''' || periodical literature || http://www.scanorama.com || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1370297|Screen Gems]]''' || film production company || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://www.sonypictures.com/ || {{saved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7450660|Senior Citizens Party]]''' || political party || The Senior Citizens Party was a political party in the United Kingdom from 2004-2014, which focused on the rights of people over the age of 50, senior citizens. They claimed a membership of several thousand.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.seniorcitizensparty.org.uk/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7450660|Senior Citizens Party]]''' || political party || http://www.seniorcitizensparty.org.uk/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3482592|Showboat Atlantic City]]''' || hotel || The Showboat Atlantic City is a hotel and former casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The Showboat opened as a casino hotel in 1987 and closed in 2014; the hotel reopened in 2016. It is owned by developer Bart Blatstein.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in New Jersey''</small> || http://www.showboathotelac.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3482592|Showboat Atlantic City]]''' || hotel || http://www.showboathotelac.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q115129|Silicon Knights]]''' || video game developer || Silicon Knights was a Canadian video game developer. Founded in 1992 by Denis Dyack, the company was headquartered in St. Catharines, Ontario. Their games included ones for computers in their early stages, and after 1996, they moved to console titles. Dyack left Silicon Knights to form a new game studio, Precursor Games, after the loss of a court case against Epic Games over the game engine Unreal Engine 3. Epic Games won the case and a counter-suit for $4.45 million on grounds of copyright infringement, misappropriation of trade secrets, and breach of contract. Following the case, Silicon Knights filed for bankruptcy on May 16, 2014.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Ontario''</small> || http://www.siliconknights.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q115129|Silicon Knights]]''' || video game developer || http://www.siliconknights.com || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7395049|Sisterhood Magazine]]''' || magazine || Sisterhood Magazine, formerly SUSIE Magazine, was a magazine created by Premier Studios and Susie Shellenberger, creator of Focus on the Family’s teen girl magazine, Brio, which ceased print publication in November 2008. Sisterhood Magazine was for Christian teen girls. Susie Shellenberger, editor, says it was designed to focus on helping teen girls grow as well as provide them with the opportunity to connect with others. "We want to foster a sisterhood where Christian girls can develop spiritually while simultaneously ministering to each other on a peer to peer level," said Shellenberger. The Sisterhood was a bimonthly, dual-issue printed magazine, online web community of Christian girls and women, and sponsored events. The magazine closed in December 2014 after Premier Studios was donated to Nazarene Publishing House.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Kansas''</small> || http://www.sisterhoodmagazine.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7395049|Sisterhood Magazine]]''' || magazine || http://www.sisterhoodmagazine.com || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q328469|Six Days of Zürich]]''' || sports competition || The Six Days of Zürich was a six-day track cycling race held annually in Zürich, Switzerland. The event was first held in 1954 and the final edition was held in 2014.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Switzerland''</small> || http://www.sixdays-zuerich.ch/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q328469|Six Days of Zürich]]''' || sports competition || http://www.sixdays-zuerich.ch/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15637565|Small Planet Airlines (Italy)]]''' || airline || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.smallplanet.aero/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15637565|Small Planet Airlines (Italy)]]''' || airline || http://www.smallplanet.aero/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7543728|Smallworld Cable]]''' || privately held company || Smallworld Fibre (previously Smallworld Cable, Wightcable North and OMNE) was a British telecommunications company based in Irvine, North Ayrshire. The coverage area was Irvine, Dreghorn, Troon and Kilmarnock in the west of Scotland, and Carlisle, Lancaster and Morecambe in the north-west of England, serving over 40,000 homes. || http://www.smallworldcable.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7543728|Smallworld Cable]]''' || privately held company || http://www.smallworldcable.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7545243|Smith Museum of Stained Glass Windows]]''' || art museum || The Smith Museum of Stained Glass Windows was an exhibition that opened in February 2000 at Chicago’s Navy Pier entertainment complex. It permanently closed in October 2014. It was the first American museum dedicated solely to the art of stained glass windows. || http://www.navypier.com/things2do/rides_attract/smith_museum.html || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7545243|Smith Museum of Stained Glass Windows]]''' || art museum || http://www.navypier.com/things2do/rides_attract/smith_museum.html || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7567342|South Georgia Classic]]''' || golf tournament || The South Georgia Classic was a golf tournament on the Web.com Tour from 2007 to 2014. It was played at Kinderlou Forest Golf Club in Valdosta, Georgia, United States.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Georgia (U.S. state)''</small> || http://www.southgeorgiaclassic.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7567342|South Georgia Classic]]''' || golf tournament || http://www.southgeorgiaclassic.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15131574|South Seas Island Resort Women's Pro Classic]]''' || tennis tournament with multiple editions || The South Seas Island Resort Women's Pro Classic was a tournament for professional female tennis players played on outdoor hard courts. The event was classified as a $50,000 ITF Women's Circuit tournament and was held in Captiva Island, United States, in 2013 and 2014.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Florida''</small> || http://www.ssirproclassic.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15131574|South Seas Island Resort Women's Pro Classic]]''' || tennis tournament with multiple editions || http://www.ssirproclassic.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7568660|South Tipperary County Council]]''' || county council of the Republic of Ireland || South Tipperary County Council was the authority responsible for local government in the county of South Tipperary, Ireland. The council had 26 elected members. The head of the council had the title of Cathaoirleach (Chairperson). The county town was Clonmel.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Ireland''</small> || http://www.southtippcoco.ie || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7568660|South Tipperary County Council]]''' || county council of the Republic of Ireland || http://www.southtippcoco.ie || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q639574|Spandauer SV]]''' || association football club || Spandauer SV was a German football club from Berlin.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Germany''</small> || http://www.spandauer-sv.de || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q639574|Spandauer SV]]''' || association football club || http://www.spandauer-sv.de || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q609310|Spike Video Game Awards]]''' || video game award || The Spike Video Game Awards (short VGAs, known as the VGX for the final show) was an annual award show hosted by American television network Spike between 2003 and 2013 that recognized the best computer and video games of the year. The VGAs featured live music performances and appearances by popular performers in music, movies, and television. Additionally, preview trailers for upcoming games were highlighted. The show was produced by GameTrailers TV's Geoff Keighley. The event was held at various locations in Los Angeles and Santa Monica, California as well as Las Vegas, Nevada. The first event was held on December 2, 2003 (aired on December 4) while the last event was held on December 7, 2013. Spike's only Video Game Hall of Fame award, given to The Legend of Zelda, was awarded at the 2011 awards show. On November 15, 2013, Spike announced a new format under the name VGX, calling it "The next generation of the VGAs". The last award show, carrying this name, aired on December 7. Changes from the previous format included "in-depth extended demos of the next generation of games and interactive one-on-one interviews and panels in an intimate studio setting." || http://www.spike.com/event/vga || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q609310|Spike Video Game Awards]]''' || video game award || http://www.spike.com/event/vga || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q696731|Spits (newspaper)]]''' || newspaper || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in the Netherlands''</small> || http://www.spitsnieuws.nl/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q696731|Spits (newspaper)]]''' || newspaper || http://www.spitsnieuws.nl/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q12187976|Sport4ever]]''' || website || Sport4ever or Maktoob Sport or Yahoo! Maktoob Sport is a sports site contains specialized forums. It is known as the first Arabic sports site on the Internet and one of the earliest Arabic sites in general. || http://www.Sport4ever.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q12187976|Sport4ever]]''' || website || http://www.Sport4ever.com/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7587249|St Bede's Grammar School]]''' || school || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.stbedesbradford.net/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7587249|St Bede's Grammar School]]''' || school || http://www.stbedesbradford.net/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7593382|St Hilda's School, Westcliff-on-Sea]]''' || school || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.sthildasschool.co.uk/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7593382|St Hilda's School, Westcliff-on-Sea]]''' || school || http://www.sthildasschool.co.uk/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7589088|St Joseph's Catholic College, Bradford]]''' || school || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.stjcc.co.uk/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7589088|St Joseph's Catholic College, Bradford]]''' || school || http://www.stjcc.co.uk/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7594530|St Mary's School, Worcester]]''' || school || St Mary's School, Worcester (also known as Worcester's Girls' School) was an independent day school for girls aged 0–18 (and boys aged 0–5) in Worcester, England. The school was located at a Victorian mansion centered on a 15-acre campus. Following a surprise announcement that the school had become impossible to run partly due to recession, the school ceased operations at the end of the summer term 2014.{{cite news<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.stmarys.org.uk || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7594530|St Mary's School, Worcester]]''' || school || http://www.stmarys.org.uk || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7589407|St. Jude Educational Institute]]''' || historic district || St. Jude Educational Institute was a private, Roman Catholic high school in Montgomery, Alabama, United States. It was located in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Mobile, and was built as part of the City of St. Jude by Father Harold Purcell for the advancement of the Negro people.{{Cite web || http://www.stjudeei.org || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7589407|St. Jude Educational Institute]]''' || historic district || http://www.stjudeei.org || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7605808|Steelend Victoria F.C.]]''' || association football club || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Scotland''</small> || http://steelendfc.webs.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7605808|Steelend Victoria F.C.]]''' || association football club || http://steelendfc.webs.com || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7618221|Stockton Borough School District]]''' || school district || The Stockton Borough School District was a community public school district that served students in pre-Kindergarten through sixth grade from Stockton, in Hunterdon County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2014-15 school year, the school is part of the South Hunterdon Regional School District, which also serves students from Lambertville and West Amwell Township.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in New Jersey''</small> || http://www.stocktonschool.us/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7618221|Stockton Borough School District]]''' || school district || http://www.stocktonschool.us/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7619333|Stonestreet One]]''' || business || Stonestreet One was a software company specializing in Bluetooth software solutions. Founded in 1999 in Louisville, Kentucky, Stonestreet One created and sold software for the Bluetooth wireless technology industry. They specialized in solutions for chipmakers, distributors, embedded software companies and Original Equipment Manufacturers. Stonestreet One was acquired by Qualcomm in 2014.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Kentucky''</small> || http://www.stonestreetone.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3550975|Studio 23]]''' || television channel || Studio 23 (officially Studio 23, Inc. and previously AMCARA Broadcasting Network) was a Filipino television network owned by ABS-CBN Corporation. The network is named for its flagship station in Metro Manila, DWAC-TV, which is carried on UHF channel 23. The network is a sister network of the main channel, ABS-CBN, airing programming aimed towards young adults, such as North American imports and other English-language programming, and original Tagalog programming aimed at the demographic as well, such as supplemental programming for ABS-CBN programs. This station studios are located at 3/F ABS-CBN Broadcast Center, Sgt. Esguerra Ave., Mother Ignacia St., Diliman, Quezon City.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in the Philippines''</small> || http://www.studio23.tv || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3504068|SuperBot Entertainment]]''' || video game developer || SuperBot Entertainment (formerly known as Broodworks) was an American independent video game company formed in 2009 by Shannon Studstill and Chan Park, who both worked for Sony Santa Monica. The studio, based in Culver City, California, released their fighting game PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale on November 20, 2012 in North America, November 21, 2012 in Europe, November 22, 2012 in Australia, November 23, 2012 in the UK and January 31, 2013 in Japan. The company, having gone dark since 2014, is considered defunct.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://www.superbotentertainment.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3504789|Superquinn]]''' || business || Superquinn was an Irish supermarket chain, founded in 1960 and entirely privately held by the Quinn family. In 2005, the family sold the profitable concern to Select Retail Holdings Limited. A receiver was appointed to the company on 18 July 2011, and the following day the company was bought by The Musgrave Group plc for an undisclosed sum. On 13 February 2014 all remaining stores were rebranded as SuperValu.{{cite news<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Ireland''</small> || http://www.superquinn.ie/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7655942|Swets]]''' || business || Royal Swets & Zeitlinger Holding NV (Koninklijke Swets & Zeitlinger Holding NV), operating under the trade name Swets, was a group of information services companies operating worldwide as an intermediary between publishers and libraries. Swets provided overall management and processing of subscriptions to scientific and professional printed and electronic publications for libraries. The parent company of Royal Swets & Zeitlinger Holding was Swets & Zeitlinger Group BV, and its main trading subsidiary was Swets Information Services BV. The Swets companies were progressively declared bankrupt between September and November 2014.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in the Netherlands''</small> || http://www.swetsinformationservices.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1479851|TF6]]''' || television station || TF6 was a French mini general-interest entertainment television channel aimed at young adult viewers. It existed between 18 December 2000 and 31 December 2014. The drop in viewership since 2009 and the failure of pay-TV via DTT are the causes of its disappearance.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in France''</small> || http://www.tf6.fr/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1744109|TGM SV Jügesheim]]''' || association football club || TGM SV Jügesheim was a German football club in Rodgau, Hesse.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Germany''</small> || http://www.tgmsvjuegesheim.de/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1476472|TUI Travel]]''' || airline alliance || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.tuitravelplc.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7672456|TV easy]]''' || magazine || TV easy was a television mass market, listings magazine notable for its compact size. It was published in the United Kingdom by TI Media. Its focus is on popular TV, with emphasis on soaps. It was aimed at busy young families.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.ipcmedia.com/brands/tveasy/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1550700|TagAZ]]''' || business || TagAZ was an automotive assembly plant located in Taganrog, Russia. An affiliated enterprise is the Rostov Truck Factory. || http://www.tagaz.ru/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7677545|TakePart]]''' || television series || TakePart is a website operated by Participant Media, a motion picture studio that focuses on issues of social justice. TakePart was founded in 2008 to promote Participant Media's films as well as make viewers aware of the social advocacy efforts of Participant's outreach partners. The site was shut down for a time but has returned.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United States''</small> || http://www.takepart.com || {{saved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7691756|Tearaway Magazine]]''' || periodical literature || Tearaway Magazine is a free youth lifestyle magazine, founded in Whanganui, New Zealand in 1986. Known as The Voice of New Zealand Youth, it is aimed at teenagers and young adults in New Zealand. It was founded by John and Vicki Francis and, after a series of changes of ownership in the late 2000s and early 2010s, it is now run by Rain Francis, daughter of John and Vicki Francis. Rain, the Editor of Tearaway since 2009, announced in October 2014 that Tearaway was becoming fully digital, with the Term 4, 2014 edition of the magazine being its last printed issue. Tearaway is now predominantly a magazine website, with its own YouTube channel, Tearaway TV.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in New Zealand''</small> || http://www.tearaway.co.nz || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7698628|Temple Owls baseball]]''' ||  || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Pennsylvania''</small> || http://www.owlsports.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7699306|Ten Second Epic]]''' || musical group || Ten Second Epic was a Canadian five-piece alternative rock band from Edmonton. The band formed in 2002 consisting of Andrew Usenik (vocals), Daniel Carriere (guitar), Craig Spelliscy (guitar), Sandy MacKinnon (bass guitar) and Patrick Birtles (drums). TSE released three full-length albums in the course of their career, Count Yourself In, Hometown and Better Off. The band officially announced their breakup on February 25, 2014, and did their final tour in May 2014.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Alberta''</small> || http://www.tensecondepic.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q767577|The American Idol Experience]]''' || amusement ride || The American Idol Experience was a theme park attraction at Disney's Hollywood Studios at the Walt Disney World Resort. Inspired by the popular American television series American Idol, the attraction invited park guests to audition in front of live audiences who would vote for their favorite singers.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Florida''</small> || http://disneyworld.disney.go.com/parks/hollywood-studios/attractions/american-idol/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7714288|The Armenian Reporter]]''' || newspaper || The Armenian Reporter was an independent weekly published in English in the United States since 1967, ending operations in late 2014. It was established by Edward K. Boghosian (1927-2006) in New York City and the first issue appeared on November 2, 1967. Mr. Boghosian sold the newspaper to CS Media, a major Armenian media enterprise, in May 2006. Mr. Boghossian's daughter, Sylva Boghossian, continued as publisher through the end of March 2009.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in California, 2014 disestablishments in New Jersey''</small> || http://www.reporter.am/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7720108|The Briefing]]''' || magazine || The Briefing was an evangelical Christian magazine published by Matthias Media in partnership with The Good Book Company (UK). It was printed monthly, and was circulated in Australia, North America and the United Kingdom. Although it was contributed by and targeted towards Christians of all denominations, the magazine had a distinctly Sydney Anglican slant. The magazine existed between 1988 and 2014.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.matthiasmedia.com.au/briefing/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1240655|The Civil Wars]]''' || musical group || The Civil Wars were a critically acclaimed American musical duo composed of Joy Williams and John Paul White. Formed in 2008, The Civil Wars won four Grammy Awards prior to their 2014 breakup.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in the United States''</small> || http://thecivilwars.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7734563|The Fly (magazine)]]''' || magazine || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.the-fly.co.uk || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7736787|The Global Mail]]''' || dot-com company || The Global Mail was a not-for-profit multimedia site for longform and project-based journalism in the public interest operating from 2012 to 2014. Based in Sydney, Australia, the site launched in February 2012 with philanthropic funding from internet entrepreneur Graeme Wood, who committed funding for five years.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.theglobalmail.org || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3502880|The Greens (Denmark)]]''' || Green party || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Denmark''</small> || http://www.groenne.dk || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7738286|The Grid (newspaper)]]''' || weekly newspaper || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Ontario''</small> || http://www.thegridto.com || {{saved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q741471|The Knife]]''' || musical duo || The Knife were a Swedish electronic music duo from Gothenburg, formed in 1999. The group consisted of siblings Karin and Olof Dreijer, who together also run their own record company, Rabid Records. The group gained a large international following in response to their 2003 album Deep Cuts.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Sweden''</small> || http://theknife.net/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7753921|The News Media Group]]''' || newspaper || The News Media Group was founded in 2008 and is solely owned by its creator and publisher, The Coin News Group S.L., was a small formed publishing company based in the Costa del Sol in southern Spain.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Andalusia''</small> || http://www.thenewsonline.es/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16977831|The Roast]]''' || television series || The Roast was the flagship Australian satirical news show that screened on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) television channel ABC2. The daily ten-minute show was hosted by Tom Glasson and featured Mark Humphries, Clarke Richards, Alex Lee, Jazz Twemlow and Nich Richardson.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.abc.net.au/tv/programs/roast/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7761293|The Rockets (band)]]''' || musical group || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Michigan''</small> || http://www.thedetroitrockets.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17052714|The York Manor]]''' || church building || The York Manor is a private event space, wedding venue, production rental facility, and a historic site in Highland Park, Los Angeles, California. The building's architects were Robert Train and Edmund Williams; it opened in 1913, originally housing a Methodist congregation. In 1936, the site became the "York Boulevard Church of Christ." The building was left empty in the late 1990s/early 2000s and acquired damage from disuse. In 2013 the building was leased by a music promoter and minimally renovated to become The Church on York Performing Arts Space. In May 2014 the City of Los Angeles forced the venue to shut down due to noise complaints, lack of permits, and underage drinking.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://theyorkmanor.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1198815|Tigerair Mandala]]''' || airline || Tigerair Mandala (formerly Mandala Airlines) was a low-cost airline headquartered in Jakarta, Indonesia and an associate company of the Singapore-based Tigerair Group. The former full service airline repositioned itself as a budget airline/low-cost carrier (LCC) following a year-long grounding in 2011 caused by debt woes. Mandala resumed operations in April 2012 following an injection of fresh capital by Indonesian conglomerate Saratoga Investment Corp which took over 51% of the airline, with partner Tigerair taking up 33.3% and the rest by creditors.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Indonesia''</small> || http://www.tigerair.com/id/en/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7668983|Tonight (newspaper)]]''' || periodical literature || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Ontario''</small> || http://www.tonightnews.ca || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q25302593|TopoTarget]]''' || business || TopoTarget was a Copenhagen-based biotechnology company focused on the discovery and development of drugs and therapies to treat cancer. In 2014, it merged with BioAlliance Pharma and is now part of Onxeo.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Denmark''</small> || http://www.topotarget.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q909640|Tour of Beijing]]''' ||  || The Tour of Beijing was an annual professional stage bicycle road race held in Beijing, China. <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in China''</small> || https://www.discoverchina.com/beijing-tours || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q474570|TriQuint Semiconductor]]''' || business || TriQuint Semiconductor was a semiconductor company that designed, manufactured, and supplied high-performance RF modules, components and foundry services. The company was founded in 1985 in Beaverton, Oregon before moving to neighboring Hillsboro, Oregon. In February 2014, Greensboro, North Carolina-based RF Micro Devices and TriQuint announced a merger in which the new company would be Qorvo, Inc., with the merger completed on January 1, 2015.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Oregon''</small> || http://www.tqs.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q658116|Trofeo Melinda]]''' || recurring event || Trofeo Melinda was a single-day road bicycle race held annually in Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol, Italy. After 2005, the race was organised as a 1.1 event on the UCI Europe Tour. It was created after the disappearance of Giro dell'Umbria, held between 1910 and 1991. In 2013 and 2014, the Trofeo Melinda was run as the Italian National Road Race Championships. After 2014, the race was merged with the nearby early-season stage-race Giro del Trentino.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.trofeomelinda.it/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q24036505|Trump Steaks]]''' || business || Trump Steaks is a discontinued brand of steak and other meats that was owned by Donald Trump. The brand was launched in 2007 and was exclusively sold through The Sharper Image and QVC. Trump Steaks failed to sell well through The Sharper Image, which discontinued sales of the product line after two months.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in New York (state)''</small> || http://www.trumpsteaks.com:80/ || {{notsaved}}
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| rowspan=24 | '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2528603|TwitPic]]''' || rowspan=24 | website || rowspan=24 | TwitPic was a website and app that allowed users to post pictures to the Twitter microblogging service,{{cite web || rowspan=24 | http://twitpic.com || rowspan=24 | {{saved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7864034|UCLA Language Materials Project]]''' || organization || The UCLA Language Materials Project (LMP) maintained a web resource about teaching materials for some 150 languages that are less commonly taught in the United States. The project, funded by the U.S. Department of Education, was created in 1992. It is part of the UCLA Center for World Languages. Funding was terminated in 2014 and the Language Materials Project website deactivated.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://www.lmp.ucla.edu || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q18355748|UFL FA Cup]]''' || sports competition || The United Football League Football Alliance Cup, commonly known as UFL FA Cup was a Filipino association football competition. It was played on a knockout stage (single elimination). It was the season ender short tournament for the UFL that pits the top 6 clubs of UFL Division 1.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in the Philippines''</small> || http://www.uflphilippines.com.ph/index.html/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q18355756|UFL FA League Cup]]''' || sports competition || The United Football League FA League Cup, commonly known as UFL FA League Cup was a Filipino association football competition. It was played on a multistage format that culminates in a knockout stage (single elimination). Clubs that were eligible to compete for the cup were those who then played in the United Football League Division 1 and Division 2. On 18 August 2014, UFL officials announced that it will introduce a new tournament to its calendar for the 2014 - 2015 United Football League season.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in the Philippines''</small> || http://www.uflphilippines.com.ph/index.html/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q847232|URS Corporation]]''' || business || URS Corporation (formerly United Research Services) was an engineering, design, and construction firm and a U.S. federal government contractor. Headquartered in San Francisco, California, URS was a full-service, global organization with offices located in the Americas, Europe, Africa, and Asia-Pacific. URS was acquired by AECOM on October 17, 2014.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://www.urs.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q259821|Ubuntu One]]''' || single sign-on || Ubuntu One is an OpenID-based single sign-on service operated by Canonical Ltd. to allow users to log onto many Canonical-owned Web sites. Until April 2014, Ubuntu One was also a file hosting service and music store that allowed users to store data "in the cloud". || https://one.ubuntu.com/ || {{saved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7876792|Uckfield Town F.C.]]''' || association football club || Uckfield Town F.C. was a football club based in Uckfield, East Sussex, England. For the 2013–14 season, they are members of the Sussex County League Division Three. They have four sides that play on a Saturday, and have recently entered a side into the Sussex County Under 18 Football League.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/uckfieldtown/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2034609|Ukrainian National Assembly – Ukrainian People's Self-Defence]]''' || political party || The Ukrainian National Assembly – Ukrainian People's Self-Defence (, УНА-УНСО, UNA-UNSO) is a Ukrainian political organisation seen as far-right in Ukraine and abroad. Although the Ukrainian National Assembly (, UNA) was the organisation's political wing, on 22 May 2014 it merged with Right Sector; the UNA-UNSO continues to operate independently. According to Andreas Umland and Anton Shekhovtsov, the UNSD was created in 1991 as a "formation manned by UNA members who had served in the Soviet armed forces&nbsp;... to confront the State Committee for the State of Emergency".<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Ukraine''</small> || http://www.una-unso.in.ua || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7880204|Ultimate Indoor Football League]]''' || sports league || The Ultimate Indoor Football League (UIFL) was a regional professional indoor football league that began its inaugural season on February 18, 2011 as the Ultimate Indoor Football League before playing as the United Indoor Football League in 2012, then switched back to "Ultimate" for the 2013 season. After the 2014 season, the league merged with X-League Indoor Football.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in the United States''</small> || http://www.uiflfootball.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7884915|Unified Communications Interoperability Forum]]''' || organization || The Unified Communications Interoperability Forum (UCIF) is a non-profit alliance between communications technology vendors. It was announced on May 19, 2010, with the vision to maximize the interoperability of UC based on existing standards. Founding members of UCIF were HP, Microsoft, Polycom, Logitech / LifeSize Communications, and Juniper Networks. On July 28, 2014, UCIF merged with International Multimedia Telecommunications Consortium (UMTC) into one consortium. || http://www.ucif.org || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q23023624|Unipol Assicurazioni (Unipol Group's subsidiary)]]''' || company ||  || http://www.carispcesena.it/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15477341|Unity Party (Japan)]]''' || political party || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Japan''</small> || http://yuinotoh.jp/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6672675|University Hospital of Brooklyn at Long Island College Hospital]]''' || hospital || University Hospital of Brooklyn at Long Island College Hospital (or LICH) was a 506-bed teaching hospital located in the Brooklyn Heights and Cobble Hill neighborhoods of Brooklyn, New York. It ceased operations on August 30, 2014.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in New York (state)''</small> || http://www.downstate.edu/lich || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7895544|University of Indianapolis – Athens Campus]]''' || || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Greece''</small> || http://uindy.gr/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4475821|University of Northern Virginia]]''' || university || The University of Northern Virginia (UNVA) was an unaccredited for-profit private undergraduate and graduate university in Annandale, Virginia, The university offered bachelors, Masters and doctoral degrees. Although UNVA was not well known within the United States, it called itself the most popular American university for students from India.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Virginia''</small> || http://www.unva.edu/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7897533|Unstuck]]''' || magazine || Unstuck was an American literary magazine based in Austin, Texas that published fiction and poetry. Since its first volume, released in the fall of 2011, Unstuck was devoted to breaking down traditional genre fiction barriers. Past contributors include Aimee Bender, J. Robert Lennon, Kevin Brockmeier, Jonathan Lethem, Elizabeth McCracken, Rick Moody, Etgar Keret, Edward Carey, Dean Young, Amelia Gray, Lincoln Michel, Helen Phillips, Marisa Matarazzo, and Joe Meno. The magazine was published annually.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Texas''</small> || http://gator1599-mymangod-primary.hgsitebuilder.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1273538|VH1 (Brazilian TV channel)]]''' || television station || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Brazil''</small> || http://www.vh1brasil.com.br/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7914272|Vancouver Whitecaps FC U-23]]''' || association football club || Vancouver Whitecaps FC U-23, formerly known as Whitecaps FC Reserves, was a Canadian soccer team based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Although founded in 2005 as part of the development system for the Vancouver Whitecaps USL First Division franchise, beginning in 2011 they became part of the development system for Major League Soccer's Vancouver Whitecaps FC. The team played in the Premier Development League (PDL), the fourth tier of the American Soccer Pyramid, in the Northwest Division of the Western Conference.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in British Columbia''</small> || http://www.whitecapsfc.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7918423|Vehicle and Operator Services Agency]]''' || government agency || Vehicle and Operator Services Agency (VOSA) was an executive agency granted trading fund status in the United Kingdom sponsored by the Department for Transport of the United Kingdom Government.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.dft.gov.uk/vosa || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q638750|Vestfold University College]]''' || university college || Vestfold University College (, abbreviated as HiVe) was a university college in the county of Vestfold, Norway. The university college's campuses were formerly located in Borre and Eik. From 2010 the whole university college was co-located at Campus Bakkenteigen in Horten. It was established 1 August 1994 by the merger of three previous university colleges (Eik Normal School, Vestfold College Center, and Vestfold Nursing College), and has approximately 4,000 students and 450 employees. The university college has four faculties: Humanities and Education, Health Sciences, Business and Social Sciences, and Technology and Maritime Sciences. The college merged with Buskerud University College on 1 January 2014 to create Buskerud and Vestfold University College.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Norway''</small> || http://www.hive.no/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7927566|Victory University]]''' || private for-profit educational institution || Victory University, formerly Crichton College, was an accredited private liberal arts Christian college located in Memphis, Tennessee, which closed in May 2014. It was a degree-granting university (four-year or above). Victory University was a coeducational for-profit institution owned by California-based Significant Education and it was accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS). The last semester during which classes were held was Spring 2014. Victory University offered on-campus and distance learning courses accessible to students from the United States and the European Union. || http://www.victory.edu/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7927566|Victory University]]''' || private for-profit educational institution || http://www.victory.edu/ || {{notsaved}}
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3558126|Viewers Choice]]''' || specialty channel || Viewers Choice was a Canadian English language pay-per-view (PPV) and near video on demand service. It was owned by Viewers Choice Canada Inc., which at the time of its closure was majority-owned and managed by Bell Media, with minority partners Rogers Media and ESPN Inc., and had been carried by various cable and IPTV service providers, primarily in Eastern Canada.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Ontario''</small> || http://www.viewerschoice.ca || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3782921|Virginia Beach Piranhas]]''' || association football club || The Virginia Beach Piranhas were an amateur American soccer team based in Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States. Founded in 2006 as the Virginia Beach Submariners as part of the development system of the now-defunct USL First Division franchise, the Virginia Beach Mariners, the team plays in the USL Premier Development League (PDL), the fourth tier of the American Soccer Pyramid, in the South Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference. From 2007 to 2010 the team was known as the Hampton Roads Piranhas.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Virginia''</small> || http://www.hrpiranhas.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3782921|Virginia Beach Piranhas]]''' || association football club || http://www.hrpiranhas.com || {{notsaved}}
 
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| rowspan=7 | '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7934331|Virginia Intermont College]]''' || rowspan=7 | school || rowspan=7 | Virginia Intermont College (VI) was a private, four-year liberal arts college in Bristol, Virginia. Founded in 1884 to create additional education opportunities for women, the College had been coeducational since 1972. It experienced significant financial difficulties during the last years of its existence, was denied accreditation in 2013, and announced its closure on May 20, 2014.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Virginia''</small> || rowspan=7 | http://www.vic.edu/ || rowspan=7 | {{saved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7934840|ViroPharma]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Pennsylvania''</small> || http://www.viropharma.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q212196|Voice of Russia]]''' || radio station || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Russia''</small> || http://ruvr.ru/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q10392521|Vortexx]]''' || television series || Vortexx is a defunct Saturday morning children's anime television block that aired on The CW from August 25, 2012 to September 27, 2014. Programmed by Saban Brands, it succeeded Toonzai, a block that was programmed by 4Kids Entertainment until its bankruptcy. The Vortexx block primarily featured animated programs, although it also featured several live-action series, including the Lost Galaxy installment of the Power Rangers franchise (which had been re-acquired by Saban), and the WWE wrestling series WWE Saturday Morning Slam. || http://www.myvortexx.com || {{saved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7949922|WGRV-LP]]''' || radio station || WGRV-LP (93.1 FM) was a radio station consisting of a series of low power transmitters throughout the Brevard/Indian River area of Florida. This non-commercial station broadcast a smooth jazz format supported by its listeners. The station was licensed to Melbourne, Florida, United States, and served the Melbourne area. The station was owned by Brevard Youth Education Broadcasting Corporation. The station was a network of low power transmitters in the Brevard area broadcasting on 93.1 (WGRV-LP), 103.3 Palm Bay, 103.3 in the Cocoa Beach area, 102.3 in the Cape Canaveral area and 100.7 FM in the Rockledge area.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Florida''</small> || http://www.thegroove.org || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7949953|WGTA (AM)]]''' || radio station || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Georgia (U.S. state)''</small> || http://laquebuenaatlanta.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7953274|WNB Golf Classic]]''' || golf tournament || The WNB Golf Classic was a professional golf tournament in the United States on the Web.com Tour. It was played annually at the Midland Country Club in Midland, Texas, and the title sponsor was Western National Bank.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Texas''</small> || http://www.wnbgolfclassic.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7953337|WNEK-FM]]''' || radio station || WNEK-FM (105.1 FM) was a radio station broadcasting an Educational format. Licensed to Springfield, Massachusetts, US, the station served as a student-run organization. The station was owned by Western New England University. WNEK-FM went streaming on the internet on April 14, 2010. WNEK-FM did not file to renew its license by December 2, 2013; instead, on March 26, 2014, Western New England University informed the Federal Communications Commission that the station's license would be allowed to expire on April 1. The station originally held the call sign WTRZ, named after Dean of Students Theodore R. Zern; it became WNEK-FM in 1979. Before its last presence on 105.1, WNEK (WTRZ) was located at 89.1, 97.5, and 99.7.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Massachusetts''</small> || http://wnek.wneclubs.org/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7953928|WOOL-LP]]''' || radio station || WOOL-LP (100.1 FM, "Black Sheep Radio") was a radio station broadcasting a Variety music format. Licensed to Bellows Falls, Vermont, United States, the station was owned by Great Falls Community Broadcasting Company. WOOL-LP ceased broadcast in February 2014, to implement a Class A noncommercial educational license granted by the Federal Communications Commission. The successor station, WOOL, began broadcasting on March 9, 2014 at 91.5 FM. WOOL-LP was (and the current WOOL remains) a community radio station.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Vermont''</small> || http://www.wool.fm || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7956539|WUAC-LP]]''' || radio station || WUAC-LP (103.3 FM) was a radio station licensed to serve Tuscaloosa, Alabama. The station was owned by Crucifest Ministries. It aired a Christian rock format geared mainly toward alternative and rap. The station shared time with WTUS-LP, with WUAC broadcasting from 6:00 PM to 6:00 AM daily, and WTUS broadcasting the remaining twelve hours of each day. A third Tuscaloosa LPFM licensee to this frequency, which would have had a Chinese language Christian format, returned its license to the FCC.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Alabama''</small> || http://free103.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2785076|WWE Magazine]]''' || magazine || WWE Magazine was the official professional wrestling magazine of WWE. This incarnation of the magazine contains lifestyle sections, a monthly calendar, entertainment, work out tips, and other information. It was announced in July 2014 that after thirty years, the magazine would cease production, although special issues would continue to be published.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Connecticut''</small> || http://www.wwe.com/magazine/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1772238|Wales Open]]''' ||  || The Wales Open was a professional golf tournament on the European Tour. It was founded in 2000 and played annually through 2014. The event was hosted at the Celtic Manor Resort in the city of Newport, South Wales, also the venue for the 2010 Ryder Cup. The tournament was originally played over the resort's Wentwood Hills course, through 2004. While that course was being redeveloped for the Ryder Cup, the Wales Open was played for three years (2005–07) on the Roman Road course, a par-69 venue. Since 2008, the event has been played on the Ryder Cup Twenty-Ten course. The tournament has previously been known as the Saab Wales Open and the Celtic Manor Wales Open due to past sponsorship deals.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Wales''</small> || http://www.walesopen.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q24435833|Walneck's Classic Cycle Trader]]''' || magazine || Walneck's Classic Cycle Trader was a motorcycle magazine begun in 1978 by motorcycle enthusiasts and swap meet organizers Buzz and Pixie Walneck. The first issues were flyers that listed motorcycle parts for sale; demand for parts and complete motorcycles subsequently resulted in the publication growing into a large, full color magazine that contained over 120 pages during its peak. In 1997 the Walnecks sold the magazine to Trader Publishing, which enabled international distribution. In 2012, it was sold again to Causey Enterprises LLC, who redesigned the magazine extensively, however ceased publishing in 2014. The magazine was established and originally headquartered in Woodridge, Illinois before it was sold to Norfolk, Virginia-based Trader Publishing.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Illinois''</small> || http://walnecks.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7974008|Waterford City Council]]''' || city council || Waterford City Council was the authority responsible for local government in the city of Waterford in Ireland.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Ireland''</small> || http://www.waterfordcity.ie || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7977520|We Demand a Referendum Now]]''' || political party || We Demand a Referendum Now (WDARN) was a British political party launched by independent Member of the European Parliament (MEP) Nikki Sinclaire in June 2012 following her departure from the UK Independence Party (UKIP). It was a single-issue party that sought to force a referendum on British membership of the European Union (EU).<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.letthepeopledecide.eu || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7986087|West Northamptonshire Development Corporation]]''' || Development Corporation || The West Northamptonshire Development Corporation (WNDC) was an urban Development Corporation to secure the regeneration of the Urban Development Areas of Daventry, Towcester and Northampton in Northamptonshire, England.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.wndc.org.uk || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3567486|Western Block Party]]''' || separatist political party || The Western Block Party (WBP) was a political party in Canada founded in 2005 by Doug Christie. The party was registered on December 29, 2005, and deregistered on January 31, 2014.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Canada''</small> || http://www.westernblockparty.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2036076|Westfield Group]]''' || business || Westfield Group was an Australian shopping centre company that existed from 1960 to 2014, when it split into two independent companies: Scentre Group, which now owns and operates the Australian and New Zealand Westfield shopping centre portfolio; and Westfield Corporation, which continued to own and operate the American and European center portfolio.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.westfieldcorp.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7989503|Westone Bit Entertainment]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Japan''</small> || http://www.westone.co.jp/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7991362|What Satellite and Digital TV]]''' || magazine || What Satellite and Digital TV was a satellite, terrestrial, cable and broadband television magazine published monthly in the United Kingdom by MyHobbyStore. Although the magazine was primarily targeted for the UK market, it was also sold in Europe, Africa and the Middle East.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.wotsat.com || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q8000630|Wild Flag]]''' || musical group || Wild Flag was an American four-piece indie rock/post-punk supergroup based in Portland, Oregon and Washington, D.C.. The group consisted of Carrie Brownstein (vocals, guitar), Mary Timony (vocals, guitar), Rebecca Cole (keyboards, backing vocals) and Janet Weiss (drums, backing vocals), who are ex-members of the groups Sleater-Kinney, Helium and the Minders.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Oregon''</small> || https://myspace.com/wildflag || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q8003312|Willamette University School of Education]]''' || school || Willamette University School of Education was a master's degree-granting program at Willamette University in Salem, Oregon, United States. Established in 1988, the school offered a master of arts in teaching degree and runs the Center for Excellence in Teaching program, or CET. The school closed in May 2014.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Oregon''</small> || http://www.willamette.edu/gse/index.html || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q8037548|Wragge & Co]]''' ||  || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.wragge.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4021151|Wyoming Cavalry]]''' || sports team || The Wyoming Cavalry were an American professional indoor football team based in Casper, Wyoming. They were most recently members of the Intense Conference in the Indoor Football League (IFL). The Cavalry began play in 2000 as an expansion member of the original Indoor Football League as the Casper Cavalry. The Cavalry became a charter member of the National Indoor Football League (NIFL) in 2001 following the original IFL's purchase by the Arena Football League's Orlando Predators. The move in 2001 also brought a franchise name change to the current Wyoming Cavalry. The team then joined the American Indoor Football Association (AIFA) in 2008 after the NIFL's demise. With the AIFA's presence in the Western United States dwindling, the Cavalry joined the IFL in 2011. In September, 2014, majority owner Mitch Zimmerman announced that the team would cease operations.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Wyoming''</small> || http://www.wyomingcavalry.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3075742|Xplora]]''' || television channel || Xplora was a Spanish TV channel owned by Atresmedia. The channel started broadcasting on 1 May 2012, replacing laSexta2 due its low ratings. On 5 May 2014, the channel ceased broadcasting.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Spain''</small> || http://www.lasexta.com/xplora || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1571193|Yokohama Women's Marathon]]''' || marathon || The Yokohama Women's Marathon was a marathon held in Yokohama, Japan, and hosted by Japan Association of Athletics Federations, TV Asahi, the Asahi Shimbun. It is one of the major Japanese women's marathon races which is used to decide selection for the Olympics, along with the Nagoya Marathon and Osaka International Ladies Marathon.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Japan''</small> || http://www.yokohamawomensmarathon.com/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1355093|Your Party]]''' || political party ||  was a Japanese political party. It is also the name of a parliamentary caucus composed by Yoshimi Watanabe and Takashi Tachibana (then Satoshi Hamada) in the House of Councillors.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Japan''</small> || http://www.your-party.jp/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q11132781|Yung Ta Institute of Technology and Commerce]]''' || university || Yung Ta Institute of Technology and Commerce (YTIT; ) was a private university located in Linluo Township, Pingtung County, Taiwan.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Taiwan''</small> || http://www.ytit.edu.tw/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q8069692|Zest (magazine)]]''' || magazine || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.zest.co.uk || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3575601|Zip.ca]]''' || business || Zip.ca was an online DVD rental and movie rental kiosk company operating in Canada. It had a database of over 82,000 unique titles. || http://www.zip.ca/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q8075245|Zumbox]]''' || business || Zumbox was a proposed hybrid mail service for receiving postal mail via the web. The service was intended to work in parallel to traditional postal services, whereby a digital mailbox—a Zumbox— would be created for every street address in the U.S.<br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://www002.zumbox.com:80/ || {{notsaved}}
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1612369|¡Alarma! (magazine)]]''' || periodical literature || <br/><small>''2014 disestablishments in Mexico''</small> || http://alarma.mx || {{notsaved}}
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