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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q398878|AgustaWestland]]''' || business || AgustaWestland (branded as  Leonardo Helicopters since January 2016) was a helicopter design and manufacturing company. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Leonardo S.p.A. (previously Finmeccanica). It was formed in July 2000 as an Anglo-Italian multinational company, when Finmeccanica and GKN merged their respective helicopter subsidiaries (Agusta and Westland Helicopters) to form AgustaWestland, with each holding a 50% share. Finmeccanica acquired GKN's stake in AgustaWestland in 2004.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Italy, 2016 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.leonardocompany.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.leonardocompany.com {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q398878|AgustaWestland]]''' || business || AgustaWestland (branded as  Leonardo Helicopters since January 2016) was a helicopter design and manufacturing company. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Leonardo S.p.A. (previously Finmeccanica). It was formed in July 2000 as an Anglo-Italian multinational company, when Finmeccanica and GKN merged their respective helicopter subsidiaries (Agusta and Westland Helicopters) to form AgustaWestland, with each holding a 50% share. Finmeccanica acquired GKN's stake in AgustaWestland in 2004.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Italy, 2016 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.leonardocompany.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.leonardocompany.com {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q403981|Aiden]]''' || band || Aiden was an American rock band from Seattle, Washington that formed in the spring of 2003. They achieved underground success during the mid to late 2000s with their classic lineup, featuring vocalist William Francis, guitarists Angel Ibarra and Jake Wambold, bassist Nick Wiggins, and drummer Jake Davison. Aiden's final lineup featured Francis, guitarist Ian MacWilliams, bassist Kenneth Fletcher, and drummer Ben Tourkantonis. || http://www.aiden.org/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.aiden.org/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q403981|Aiden]]''' || band || Aiden was an American punk rock band from Seattle, Washington that formed in the spring of 2003. They achieved underground success during the mid to late 2000s with their classic lineup, featuring vocalist William Francis, guitarists Angel Ibarra and Jake Wambold, bassist Nick Wiggins, and drummer Jake Davison. Aiden's final lineup featured Francis, guitarist Ian MacWilliams, bassist Kenneth Fletcher, and drummer Ben Tourkantonis. || http://www.aiden.org/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.aiden.org/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1330155|Air Bishkek]]''' || airline || Air Bishkek was an airline based in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, with its operational base at Manas International Airport. It was founded as Eastok Avia(E4/EAA) in 2006 and renamed to Kyrgyz Airways. In 2011 the airline was again rebranded into Air Bishkek. Due to alleged poor safety standards in Kyrgyzstan, the airline has been included in the List of air carriers banned in the European Union since 12 October 2006. The airline stopped operating in February 2016 after experiencing financial difficulties. As of June 2016, Air Operator Certificate has been suspended.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Asia''</small> || http://www.airbishkek.kg/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.airbishkek.kg/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1330155|Air Bishkek]]''' || airline || Air Bishkek was an airline based in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, with its operational base at Manas International Airport. It was founded as Eastok Avia(E4/EAA) in 2006 and renamed to Kyrgyz Airways. In 2011 the airline was again rebranded into Air Bishkek. Due to alleged poor safety standards in Kyrgyzstan, the airline has been included in the List of air carriers banned in the European Union since 12 October 2006. The airline stopped operating in February 2016 after experiencing financial difficulties. As of June 2016, Air Operator Certificate has been suspended.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Asia''</small> || http://www.airbishkek.kg/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.airbishkek.kg/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4806013|Ashton Middle School]]''' || secondary school || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.ashtonmiddleschool.co.uk/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.ashtonmiddleschool.co.uk/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4806013|Ashton Middle School]]''' || secondary school || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.ashtonmiddleschool.co.uk/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.ashtonmiddleschool.co.uk/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q727145|Asia Television]]''' || television station || Asia Television (, also known as ATV, stylised "aTV" since 8 October 2007) is an online media company based in Hong Kong. Established as the first television service in Hong Kong as Rediffusion Television on 29 May 1957, it shifted to terrestrial television on 30 November 1973, and was renamed Asia Television on 24 September 1982. ATV operated two main over-the-air channels: the Cantonese-language ATV Home, and ATV World. || http://www.hkatv.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.hkatv.com {{nosaved}}] || -  
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q727145|Asia Television]]''' || television station || || http://www.hkatv.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.hkatv.com {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q12155953|Astro (Chilean band)]]''' || band ||  || http://www.astroastroastro.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.astroastroastro.com/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q12155953|Astro (Chilean band)]]''' || band ||  || http://www.astroastroastro.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.astroastroastro.com/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q866314|Augustines (band)]]''' || band ||  || http://www.weareaugustines.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.weareaugustines.com/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q866314|Augustines (band)]]''' || band ||  || http://www.weareaugustines.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.weareaugustines.com/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4827153|Autumn Hill]]''' || band || Autumn Hill was a Canadian country music duo composed of Mike Robins (from Toronto, Ontario) and Tareya Green (from Calgary, Alberta). Their debut single, "Anything At All," entered the Canadian Hot 100 in January 2013. It is included on their debut album Favourite Mistake, released September 10, 2013. The record's three subsequent singles experienced diminishing returns on the Canada Country airplay chart, through third single "Fire" became the group's highest-charting entry on the Canadian Hot 100 at number 73. "Blame" was released in March 2015 as the lead single for the group's second and final album, Anchor. Reaching a peak position of four on the Canadian country airplay chart, it remains the group's only top ten hit. In total, the group has landed seven singles on the chart. || http://autumnhillmusic.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://autumnhillmusic.com/ {{nosaved}}] || -
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17480855|Azteca México]]''' || broadcast network || Azteca México is a defunct channel that carried a combined schedule of TV Azteca's three domestic Mexican networks at the time (Azteca 7, Azteca Trece and adn40) in the United States. The network was exclusive to DirecTV viewers, carried on its channel 442 next to the default national feed of Azteca América after June 2, 2008. Its scheduling was often live with the domestic Mexican networks it shared programming with, compared to Azteca América's different scheduling to compete against its American competitors. It also carried no sports programming outside of highlight and sports talk shows. || http://www.aztecamexico.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.aztecamexico.com/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17480855|Azteca México]]''' || broadcast network || Azteca México is a defunct channel that carried a combined schedule of TV Azteca's three domestic Mexican networks at the time (Azteca 7, Azteca Trece and adn40) in the United States. The network was exclusive to DirecTV viewers, carried on its channel 442 next to the default national feed of Azteca América after June 2, 2008. Its scheduling was often live with the domestic Mexican networks it shared programming with, compared to Azteca América's different scheduling to compete against its American competitors. It also carried no sports programming outside of highlight and sports talk shows. || http://www.aztecamexico.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.aztecamexico.com/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q687427|BBC Three]]''' || television channel || BBC Three was a British television channel operated by the British Broadcasting Corporation. Launched on 9 February 2003 as a replacement for BBC Choice, the service's remit was to provide "innovative" programming to a target audience of viewers between 16 and 34 years old, leveraging technology as well as new talent.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbcthree || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbcthree {{saved}}] || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/www.bbc.co.uk www.bbc.co.uk] - [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/2jmj0 2jmj0] - 20170929 - 2&nbsp;MB
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q687427|BBC Three]]''' || television channel || BBC Three was a British television channel operated by the British Broadcasting Corporation. Launched on 9 February 2003 as a replacement for BBC Choice, the service's remit was to provide "innovative" programming to a target audience of viewers between 16 and 34 years old, leveraging technology as well as new talent.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbcthree || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbcthree {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4239555|BC Krasny Oktyabr]]''' || basketball team || BC Krasny Oktyabr was a Russian professional basketball club that is based in Volgograd. In English, the club's name translates to "'BC Red October'". The club played in the VTB United League until 2016, when the team was forced to leave the league because its home arena did not meet requirements.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Russia''</small> || http://www.bcredoctober.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.bcredoctober.com {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4239555|BC Krasny Oktyabr]]''' || basketball team || BC Krasny Oktyabr was a Russian professional basketball club that is based in Volgograd. In English, the club's name translates to "'BC Red October'". The club played in the VTB United League until 2016, when the team was forced to leave the league because its home arena did not meet requirements.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Russia''</small> || http://www.bcredoctober.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.bcredoctober.com {{nosaved}}] || -  
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4855899|Bank Asya]]''' || bank || Bank Asya was established in October 24, 1996 with its head office in Istanbul, as the sixth private finance house of Turkey. The company's name, which had been previously "Asya Finans Kurumu Anonim Şirketi" (Asya Finance Incorporated Company), was changed into "Asya Katilim Bankasi Anonim Şirketi" (Asya Participation Bank Inc.) on December 20, 2005.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Turkey''</small> || http://www.bankasya.com.tr/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.bankasya.com.tr/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4855899|Bank Asya]]''' || bank || Bank Asya was established in October 24, 1996 with its head office in Istanbul, as the sixth private finance house of Turkey. The company's name, which had been previously "Asya Finans Kurumu Anonim Şirketi" (Asya Finance Incorporated Company), was changed into "Asya Katilim Bankasi Anonim Şirketi" (Asya Participation Bank Inc.) on December 20, 2005.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Turkey''</small> || http://www.bankasya.com.tr/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.bankasya.com.tr/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3354644|Barents AirLink]]''' || airline || Barents AirLink was a Swedish based airline. It was established as Nordkalottflyg in 1974 and operates scheduled domestic and international services. The name was changed to Barents AirLink in 2006. It is based at Luleå Airport. Barents Air Link (2006-2016) merged into Babcock Scandinavian AirAmbulance. || http://www.barentsairlink.se/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.barentsairlink.se/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3354644|Barents AirLink]]''' || airline || Barents AirLink was a Swedish based airline. It was established as Nordkalottflyg in 1974 and operated scheduled domestic and international services. The name was changed to Barents AirLink in 2006. It was based at Luleå Airport. Barents Air Link (2006-2016) merged into Babcock Scandinavian AirAmbulance. || http://www.barentsairlink.se/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.barentsairlink.se/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4868511|Bataan Military Academy]]''' || high school || Bataan Military Academy was a tuition-free, co-ed, college-prep public day high school. All Cadets were members of the [Navy Junior Reserve Officers Corp] the U.S. Navy’s youth organization. Bataan opened at the beginning of the 2007-2008 school year with freshmen and sophomores. The school closed at the end of the 2015-2016 school year due to declining enrollment.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in New Mexico''</small> || http://bataanmilitaryacademy.org/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://bataanmilitaryacademy.org/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4868511|Bataan Military Academy]]''' || high school || Bataan Military Academy was a tuition-free, co-ed, college-prep public day high school. All cadets were members of the Navy Junior Reserve Officers Corps, the U.S. Navy's youth organization. Bataan opened at the beginning of the 2007-2008 school year with freshmen and sophomores. The school closed at the end of the 2015-2016 school year due to declining enrollment.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in New Mexico''</small> || http://bataanmilitaryacademy.org/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://bataanmilitaryacademy.org/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q21970569|Baxalta]]''' || business || Baxalta (Bax from the name of its former parent company; alta a Latin adjective meaning 'high' or 'profound') is a biopharmaceutical company founded on 1 July 2015 after its parent company, Baxter International, spun off biopharmaceutical division. The company began its operation with a revenue of $6 billion. || http://www.baxalta.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.baxalta.com/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q21970569|Baxalta]]''' || business || Baxalta (Bax from the name of its former parent company; alta a Latin adjective meaning 'high' or 'profound') is a biopharmaceutical company founded on 1 July 2015 after its parent company, Baxter International, spun off biopharmaceutical division. The company began its operation with a revenue of $6 billion. || http://www.baxalta.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.baxalta.com/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q752509|Bombala Shire]]''' || former local government area of Australia || The Bombala Shire was a local government area in the Monaro region of south-eastern New South Wales, Australia. The Shire includes the town of Bombala, the villages of Delegate, Cathcart, Bibbenluke and the localities of Ando, Bungarby, Craigie, Mila, Rockton and Creewah. Prior to its abolition, Bombala was the fifth smallest rural shire in New South Wales, by area.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.bombala.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.bombala.nsw.gov.au/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q752509|Bombala Shire]]''' || former local government area of Australia || The Bombala Shire was a local government area in the Monaro region of south-eastern New South Wales, Australia. The Shire includes the town of Bombala, the villages of Delegate, Cathcart, Bibbenluke and the localities of Ando, Bungarby, Craigie, Mila, Rockton and Creewah. Prior to its abolition, Bombala was the fifth smallest rural shire in New South Wales, by area.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.bombala.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.bombala.nsw.gov.au/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q252117|Boorowa Shire]]''' || local government area of Australia || Boorowa Shire was a local government area in the South West Slopes region of New South Wales, Australia. The shire was located adjacent to the Lachlan Valley Way and included Boorowa and the small towns of Rye Park, Rugby, Frogmore and Reids Flat.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.boorowa.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.boorowa.nsw.gov.au/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q252117|Boorowa Shire]]''' || former local government area of Australia || Boorowa Shire was a local government area in the South West Slopes region of New South Wales, Australia. The shire was located adjacent to the Lachlan Valley Way and included Boorowa and the small towns of Rye Park, Rugby, Frogmore and Reids Flat.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.boorowa.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.boorowa.nsw.gov.au/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2537783|Brasil Tennis Cup]]''' ||  || The Brasil Tennis Cup was a professional women's tennis tournament contested in various Brazilian cities since 1977. The last edition was played on outdoor hard courts in Florianópolis, Brazil. In 2015, the tournament was held on clay courts. The event is affiliated with the Women's Tennis Association (WTA), and is an International-level tournament on the WTA Tour.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Brazil''</small> || http://www.brasiltenniscup.com.br/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.brasiltenniscup.com.br/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2537783|Brasil Tennis Cup]]''' ||  || The Brasil Tennis Cup was a professional women's tennis tournament contested in various Brazilian cities since 1977. The last edition was played on outdoor hard courts in Florianópolis, Brazil. In 2015, the tournament was held on clay courts. The event is affiliated with the Women's Tennis Association (WTA), and is an International-level tournament on the WTA Tour.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Brazil''</small> || http://www.brasiltenniscup.com.br/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.brasiltenniscup.com.br/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5302745|Dowling College]]''' || private not-for-profit educational institution || Dowling College was a private co-educational college in Long Island, New York, United States. It was established in 1968 and had its main campus was located in Oakdale, New York on the site of the William K. Vanderbilt's Idle Hour mansion. Dowling also included a campus in Shirley, which contained the college's aviation program and athletic complexes, and small campuses in Melville and Manhattan.  || http://www.dowling.edu || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.dowling.edu {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5302745|Dowling College]]''' || private not-for-profit educational institution || Dowling College was a private co-educational college in Long Island, New York, United States. It was established in 1968 and had its main campus was located in Oakdale, New York on the site of the William K. Vanderbilt's Idle Hour mansion. Dowling also included a campus in Shirley, which contained the college's aviation program and athletic complexes, and small campuses in Melville and Manhattan.  || http://www.dowling.edu || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.dowling.edu {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q11197166|Dream5]]''' || band || Dream5 were a Japanese music performer group that debuted in 2009. || http://avex.jp/dream5/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://avex.jp/dream5/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q11197166|Dream5]]''' || band || Dream5 were a Japanese idol music performer group that debuted in 2009. || http://avex.jp/dream5/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://avex.jp/dream5/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5308965|Drugstore.com]]''' || business || drugstore.com was an internet retailer in health and beauty care products. Its web operations were launched on February 24, 1999, and shut down on September 30, 2016 after being acquired by Walgreens in March 2011 for $409 million. || http://drugstore.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://drugstore.com {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5308965|Drugstore.com]]''' || business || drugstore.com was an internet retailer in health and beauty care products. Its web operations were launched on February 24, 1999, and shut down on September 30, 2016 after being acquired by Walgreens in March 2011 for $409 million. || http://drugstore.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://drugstore.com {{nosaved}}] || -  
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q18615393|Electronic Democracy Party]]''' || political party || The Electronic Democracy Party (Turkish: Elektronik Demokrasi Partisi, abbreviated EDP, eP or e-Parti) is a political party in Turkey which advocates e-Democracy and liberalism. It was formed by Emrehan Halıcı, a Member of Parliament from Ankara, on 26 November 2014. Halıcı had previously resigned from the Republican People's Party (CHP). The party highlights the democratic deficit and the lack of inner-party democracy as key areas of concern.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Turkey''</small> || https://www.eparti.org || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=https://www.eparti.org {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q18615393|Electronic Democracy Party]]''' || political party || The Electronic Democracy Party (Turkish: Elektronik Demokrasi Partisi, abbreviated EDP, eP or e-Parti) is a political party in Turkey which advocates e-Democracy and liberalism. It was formed by Emrehan Halıcı, a Member of Parliament from Ankara, on 26 November 2014. Halıcı had previously resigned from the Republican People's Party (CHP). The party highlights the democratic deficit and the lack of inner-party democracy as key areas of concern.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Turkey''</small> || https://www.eparti.org || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=https://www.eparti.org {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4355525|Elfwood]]''' || website || Elfwood was a popular web-based alternative art gallery and online community devoted to original science fiction and fantasy art and writing. It was started 1 May 1996 by Thomas Abrahamsson and claimed to be the largest science fiction and fantasy art site in the world. Gradually overwhelmed by its competitor DeviantArt, Elfwood eventually shut down some time in 2016.  || http://www.elfwood.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.elfwood.com/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4355525|Elfwood]]''' || website || Elfwood was a popular web-based alternative art gallery and online community devoted to original science fiction and fantasy art and writing. It was started 1 May 1996 by Thomas Abrahamsson and claimed to be the largest science fiction and fantasy art site in the world. Gradually overwhelmed by its competitor DeviantArt, Elfwood was eventually shut down some time in 2016.  || http://www.elfwood.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.elfwood.com/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q18672|Eltham Palace F.C.]]''' || association football club || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.clubwebsite.co.uk/elthampalacefc01/Home || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.clubwebsite.co.uk/elthampalacefc01/Home {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q18672|Eltham Palace F.C.]]''' || association football club || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.clubwebsite.co.uk/elthampalacefc01/Home || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.clubwebsite.co.uk/elthampalacefc01/Home {{nosaved}}] || -  
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3054437|Gawker Media]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in New York (state)''</small> || http://advertising.gawker.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://advertising.gawker.com/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3054437|Gawker Media]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in New York (state)''</small> || http://advertising.gawker.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://advertising.gawker.com/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5643027|Hallmark Institute of Photography]]''' || art school || The Hallmark Institute of Photography was a for-profit photography school located in Turners Falls, Massachusetts, operated by Premier Education Group. It is nationally accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges. The school offered a 10-month certificate-granting program covering a mix of technical, artistic, and business aspects of photography. <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Massachusetts''</small> || http://hallmark.edu || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://hallmark.edu {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5643027|Hallmark Institute of Photography]]''' || art school || The Hallmark Institute of Photography was a for-profit photography school located in Turners Falls, Massachusetts, operated by Premier Education Group. It is nationally accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges. The school offered a 10-month certificate-granting program covering a mix of technical, artistic, and business aspects of photography. <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Massachusetts''</small> || http://hallmark.edu || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://hallmark.edu {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5647032|Hancock Fabrics]]''' || business || Hancock Fabrics was a specialty retailer of crafts and fabrics based in Baldwyn, Mississippi, United States. Hancock Fabrics operated as many as 266 stores in 37 states under the Hancock Fabrics name. Hancock Fabrics was established by the late Lawrence D. Hancock. All stores are in bankruptcy liquidation. || http://www.hancockfabrics.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.hancockfabrics.com/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5647032|Hancock Fabrics]]''' || business || Hancock Fabrics was a specialty retailer of crafts and fabrics based in Baldwyn, Mississippi, United States. Hancock Fabrics operated as many as 266 stores in 37 states under the Hancock Fabrics name. Hancock Fabrics was established by the late Lawrence D. Hancock. All stores are in bankruptcy liquidation.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Mississippi''</small> || http://www.hancockfabrics.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.hancockfabrics.com/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5652264|Happie Nuts]]''' || magazine || Happie Nuts was a gal fashion magazine published monthly in Japan by Inforest Publishing. Targeted at women in their late teens and early 20s, Happie Nuts was highly oriented toward the style of oneh-gal ("o-neh-san gal", lit. "older-sister gal") and dark-skin. Based in Tokyo, it was in circulation between 2004 and 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Japan''</small> || http://www.nutsweb.net || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.nutsweb.net {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5652264|Happie Nuts]]''' || magazine || Happie Nuts was a gal fashion magazine published monthly in Japan by Inforest Publishing. Targeted at women in their late teens and early 20s, Happie Nuts was highly oriented toward the style of oneh-gal ("o-neh-san gal", lit. "older-sister gal") and dark-skin. Based in Tokyo, it was in circulation between 2004 and 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Japan''</small> || http://www.nutsweb.net || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.nutsweb.net {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q600472|Harden Shire]]''' || local government area of Australia || Harden Shire was a local government area in the South West Slopes region of New South Wales, Australia. The Shire included the twin towns of Harden and Murrumburrah and the small towns of Galong, Jugiong, Wombat and Kingsvale.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.harden.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.harden.nsw.gov.au/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q600472|Harden Shire]]''' || former local government area of Australia || Harden Shire was a local government area in the South West Slopes region of New South Wales, Australia. The Shire included the twin towns of Harden and Murrumburrah and the small towns of Galong, Jugiong, Wombat and Kingsvale.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.harden.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.harden.nsw.gov.au/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5680343|Hastings Entertainment]]''' || business || Hastings Entertainment was a U.S. retail chain that sold books, movies, music, and video games and functioned as a video rental shop. As of 2016 it had 126 superstores, which were mainly located in the South Central United States, Rocky Mountain States, and in parts of the Great Plains and Midwestern states. Hastings Entertainment stores were also located in many college towns in the U.S. Hastings Entertainment was headquartered in Amarillo, Texas.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Texas''</small> || http://www.gohastings.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.gohastings.com/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5680343|Hastings Entertainment]]''' || business || Hastings Entertainment was a U.S. retail chain that sold books, movies, music, and video games and functioned as a video rental shop. As of 2016 it had 126 superstores, which were mainly located in the South Central United States, Rocky Mountain States, and in parts of the Great Plains and Midwestern states. Hastings Entertainment stores were also located in many college towns in the U.S. Hastings Entertainment was headquartered in Amarillo, Texas.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Texas''</small> || http://www.gohastings.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.gohastings.com/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5759424|Highlands Today]]''' || newspaper || Highlands Today was a newspaper published in Sebring, Florida. It was associated with the Tampa Bay Times; Copies of the Times distributed in Highlands County, Florida included the supplement, which focuses on issues relevant to Sebring, Avon Park, Lake Placid, and other communities within the county.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Florida''</small> || http://www.highlandstoday.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.highlandstoday.com/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5759424|Highlands Today]]''' || newspaper || Highlands Today was a newspaper published in Sebring, Florida. It was associated with the Tampa Bay Times; Copies of the Times distributed in Highlands County, Florida included the supplement, which focuses on issues relevant to Sebring, Avon Park, Lake Placid, and other communities within the county.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Florida''</small> || http://www.highlandstoday.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.highlandstoday.com/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7028398|Holiday Inn Resort Orlando Suites - Waterpark]]''' || hotel || Holiday Inn Resort Orlando Suites - Waterpark (formerly known as Holiday Inn Family Suites, Nickelodeon Family Suites by Holiday Inn, and Nickelodeon Suites Resort (also known simply as Nick Hotel) is an all-suite hotel in Orlando, Florida, United States, near the Universal Orlando Resort and one mile from Walt Disney World Resort. It is a Holiday Inn Resort. From 2005 to 2016, the hotel was themed after the children's television channel Nickelodeon. || http://www.nickhotel.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.nickhotel.com {{nosaved}}] || -
 
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q19750492|Hometown (band)]]''' || band ||  || http://wearehometown.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://wearehometown.com/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q19750492|Hometown (band)]]''' || band ||  || http://wearehometown.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://wearehometown.com/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17071137|IMC TV]]''' || television channel || IMC TV was a Turkish nationwide TV channel launched on 1 May 2011. Presenters included Nuray Mert and . In 2011 it hosted a talk show series called Gamurç // Köprü ("Bridge" in Armenian and Turkish) - the first of its kind in Turkey focussing exclusively on Armenian-Turkish relations. || http://www.imc-tv.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.imc-tv.com {{saved}}] || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/www.imc-tv.com www.imc-tv.com] - [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/436jf 436jf] - 20160808 - 4&nbsp;MB<br/>[https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/www.imc-tv.com.tr www.imc-tv.com.tr] - [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/b5n96 b5n96] - 20160808 - {{red|0&nbsp;MB}}  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17071137|IMC TV]]''' || television channel || IMC TV was a Turkish nationwide TV channel launched on 1 May 2011. Presenters included Nuray Mert and . In 2011 it hosted a talk show series called Gamurç // Köprü ("Bridge" in Armenian and Turkish) - the first of its kind in Turkey focussing exclusively on Armenian-Turkish relations. || http://www.imc-tv.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.imc-tv.com {{saved}}] || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/www.imc-tv.com www.imc-tv.com] - [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/436jf 436jf] - 20160808 - 4&nbsp;MB<br/>[https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/www.imc-tv.com.tr www.imc-tv.com.tr] - [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/b5n96 b5n96] - 20160808 - {{red|0&nbsp;MB}}  
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5974942|ITT Technical Institute]]''' || business || ITT Technical Institute (often shortened to ITT Tech) was a for-profit technical institute. Founded in 1969 and with approximately 130 campuses in 38 states of the United States, ITT Tech was one of the largest for-profit educators in the US as of 2015. <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Indiana''</small> || http://www.itt-tech.edu || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.itt-tech.edu {{saved}}] || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/npc.itt-tech.edu npc.itt-tech.edu] - [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/dlxd1 dlxd1] - 20160906 - 3&nbsp;MB<br/>[https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/programinfo.itt-tech.edu programinfo.itt-tech.edu] - [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/cb3u2 cb3u2] - 20160906 - 769&nbsp;MB<br/>[https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/www.itt-tech.edu www.itt-tech.edu] - [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/3cmas 3cmas] - 20160906 - 803&nbsp;MB  
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5974942|ITT Technical Institute]]''' || business || ITT Technical Institute (often shortened to ITT Tech) was a for-profit technical institute. Founded in 1969 and with approximately 130 campuses in 38 states of the United States, ITT Tech was one of the largest for-profit educators in the US .<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Indiana''</small> || http://www.itt-tech.edu || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.itt-tech.edu {{saved}}] || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/npc.itt-tech.edu npc.itt-tech.edu] - [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/dlxd1 dlxd1] - 20160906 - 3&nbsp;MB<br/>[https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/programinfo.itt-tech.edu programinfo.itt-tech.edu] - [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/cb3u2 cb3u2] - 20160906 - 769&nbsp;MB<br/>[https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/www.itt-tech.edu www.itt-tech.edu] - [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/3cmas 3cmas] - 20160906 - 803&nbsp;MB  
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q13426582|ITunes Radio]]''' || internet radio || iTunes Radio was an Internet radio service by Apple Inc. that let users listen to automatically generated playlists based on direct input as well as collected data on music preferences. It was launched on September 18, 2013, as part of iOS 7 and was available in the Music app on iOS devices and Apple TV (2nd generation and newer) as well as in iTunes 11.1 on OS X (10.7 Lion; it requires Mac OS 10.7.5 or newer to run) and Windows. It was only available in the United States and Australia. || http://www.apple.com/itunes/itunes-radio || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.apple.com/itunes/itunes-radio {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q13426582|ITunes Radio]]''' || internet radio || iTunes Radio was an Internet radio service by Apple Inc. that let users listen to automatically generated playlists based on direct input as well as collected data on music preferences. It was launched on September 18, 2013, as part of iOS 7 and was available in the Music app on iOS devices and Apple TV (2nd generation and newer) as well as in iTunes 11.1 on OS X (10.7 Lion; it requires Mac OS 10.7.5 or newer to run) and Windows. It was only available in the United States and Australia. || http://www.apple.com/itunes/itunes-radio || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.apple.com/itunes/itunes-radio {{nosaved}}] || -  
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q20647616|Limitless Airways]]''' || corporation || Limitless Airways was a charter airline based in Rijeka, Croatia. It was launched by Scandjet, a Swedish tour operator, and offered flights from Scandinavia to the northern Adriatic coast of Croatia and to Bosnia and Herzegovina. || http://www.limitlessairways.hr/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.limitlessairways.hr/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q20647616|Limitless Airways]]''' || corporation || Limitless Airways was a charter airline based in Rijeka, Croatia. It was launched by Scandjet, a Swedish tour operator, and offered flights from Scandinavia to the northern Adriatic coast of Croatia and to Bosnia and Herzegovina. || http://www.limitlessairways.hr/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.limitlessairways.hr/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q20856958|Line Music]]''' || software || Line Music (stylized as LINE MUSIC) is a subscription-based music streaming service by Line Corporation that combines existing Line Messenger app with the entertainment system that users not only can stream the music on-demand, but users can share the music directly to Line messenger.{{cite web<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Thailand''</small> || https://music.line.me/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=https://music.line.me/ {{nosaved}}] || -
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16996364|Links Air]]''' || airline || Links Air was a British airline selling and operating scheduled regional flights as well as charter services. It formerly operated scheduled flights out of Doncaster Sheffield Airport and public service obligation flights in Wales from Cardiff to Anglesey on behalf of the Welsh Government. || http://www.linksair.co.uk/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.linksair.co.uk/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16996364|Links Air]]''' || airline || Links Air was a British airline selling and operating scheduled regional flights as well as charter services. It formerly operated scheduled flights out of Doncaster Sheffield Airport and public service obligation flights in Wales from Cardiff to Anglesey on behalf of the Welsh Government. || http://www.linksair.co.uk/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.linksair.co.uk/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17018275|Major League Ultimate]]''' || sports league || Major League Ultimate (MLU) was previously one of two semi-professional Ultimate leagues in North America, the other being the American Ultimate Disc League. League operations have been suspended since December 2016. It was composed of 8 member teams: 7 in the United States and 1 in Canada. It was formed in 2012, and began its inaugural season in April, 2013. The season concluded with championship games for the Western and Eastern divisions and a cross-divisional championship game. The most recent champions were the Philadelphia Spinners in 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United States''</small> || http://www.mlultimate.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.mlultimate.com/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17018275|Major League Ultimate]]''' || sports league || Major League Ultimate (MLU) was previously one of two semi-professional Ultimate leagues in North America, the other being the American Ultimate Disc League. League operations have been suspended since December 2016. It was composed of 8 member teams: 7 in the United States and 1 in Canada. It was formed in 2012, and began its inaugural season in April, 2013. The season concluded with championship games for the Western and Eastern divisions and a cross-divisional championship game. The most recent champions were the Philadelphia Spinners in 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United States''</small> || http://www.mlultimate.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.mlultimate.com/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6739259|Makeoutclub]]''' || website ||  || http://www.makeoutclub.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.makeoutclub.com {{nosaved}}] || -
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q19945937|Manly Coaches]]''' || bus company || Manly Coaches was an Australian bus charter company in Sydney.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.manlycoaches.com.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.manlycoaches.com.au/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q19945937|Manly Coaches]]''' || bus company || Manly Coaches was an Australian bus charter company in Sydney.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.manlycoaches.com.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.manlycoaches.com.au/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6785431|Masters Home Improvement]]''' || business || Masters Home Improvement was an Australian home improvement chain operated by retailer Woolworths Limited. It was established as a way for Woolworths Limited to enter the hardware retail market, which has been historically dominated by Bunnings Warehouse, owned by rival Wesfarmers. The two companies also compete with each other with groceries, liquor, fuel and general merchandise.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.masters.com.au || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.masters.com.au {{saved}}] || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/media1.masters.com.au media1.masters.com.au] - [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/cbgiq cbgiq] - 20160824 - {{red|0&nbsp;MB}}<br/>[https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/www.masters.com.au www.masters.com.au] - [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/7op0f 7op0f] - 20161202 - 999&nbsp;MB  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6785431|Masters Home Improvement]]''' || business || Masters Home Improvement was an Australian home improvement chain operated by retailer Woolworths Limited. It was established as a way for Woolworths Limited to enter the hardware retail market, which has been historically dominated by Bunnings Warehouse, owned by rival Wesfarmers. The two companies also compete with each other with groceries, liquor, fuel and general merchandise.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.masters.com.au || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.masters.com.au {{saved}}] || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/media1.masters.com.au media1.masters.com.au] - [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/cbgiq cbgiq] - 20160824 - {{red|0&nbsp;MB}}<br/>[https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/www.masters.com.au www.masters.com.au] - [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/7op0f 7op0f] - 20161202 - 999&nbsp;MB  
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q545593|Maybeshewill]]''' || band || Maybeshewill are an instrumental band from Leicester, whose music is characterised by the use of programmed and sampled electronic elements alongside guitars, bass and drums. || http://www.maybeshewill.net/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.maybeshewill.net/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6823347|Metcalfe's Food Company]]''' || company || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.metcalfesfood.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.metcalfesfood.com {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1932859|Mihin Lanka]]''' || airline || Mihin Lanka was a low-fare leisure airline based in Colombo, Sri Lanka. It was owned by the Sri Lankan government. The airline operated scheduled flights from its hub at Bandaranaike International Airport to a number of cities in the Indian subcontinent, the Arab states of the Persian Gulf, Southeast Asia, and Eastern Africa. It code-shared with its partner SriLankan Airlines on several routes, as part of a consolidation exercise between the two airlines. || http://mihinlanka.com/english/lk || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://mihinlanka.com/english/lk {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1932859|Mihin Lanka]]''' || airline || Mihin Lanka was a low-fare leisure airline based in Colombo, Sri Lanka. It was owned by the Sri Lankan government. The airline operated scheduled flights from its hub at Bandaranaike International Airport to a number of cities in the Indian subcontinent, the Arab states of the Persian Gulf, Southeast Asia, and Eastern Africa. It code-shared with its partner SriLankan Airlines on several routes, as part of a consolidation exercise between the two airlines. || http://mihinlanka.com/english/lk || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://mihinlanka.com/english/lk {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6875052|Misagh Tehran FSC]]''' || football club || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Iran''</small> || http://www.fcmisagh.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.fcmisagh.com {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6875052|Misagh Tehran FSC]]''' || football club || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Iran''</small> || http://www.fcmisagh.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.fcmisagh.com {{nosaved}}] || -  
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15053742|Mischief Brew]]''' || band || Mischief Brew was an American band from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, which played DIY anarcho-punk music, incorporating a variety of styles including American folk, swing, and Gypsy-punk. It was started by Erik Petersen as a solo project, but eventually grew into a band. Petersen drew inspiration from the protest movements of the 1960s, "the idea that rebellion in music didn't originate in punk rock" (Profane Existence No.&nbsp;54, 2007), and anti-establishment artists like Woody Guthrie and Crass. Petersen's lyrics often pay homage to American labor radicalism of the early 20th century. Mischief Brew has released albums and EPs on many different labels, notably Art of the Underground, Gunner Records, and Fistolo Records. In support of these records, Mischief Brew has toured extensively throughout the United States and Europe. When playing live, they have performed with four to five people, incorporating such instruments as junk/found percussion, trumpet, accordion, violin, mandolin, and vibraphone into their set. || http://www.mischiefbrew.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.mischiefbrew.com/ {{nosaved}}] || -
 
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6879509|Missouri College]]''' || private for-profit educational institution || Missouri College was a for-profit college located in metropolitan St. Louis, Missouri, and founded in 1963. The school was accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools. Missouri College offered bachelor's degrees in Healthcare Management and specialized associate degrees in Business Administration, Dental Hygiene, Allied Health, and Occupational Therapy Assisting. Massage Therapy was one of the several diploma programs offered in the college catalog.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Missouri''</small> || http://www.missouricollege.edu/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.missouricollege.edu/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6879509|Missouri College]]''' || private for-profit educational institution || Missouri College was a for-profit college located in metropolitan St. Louis, Missouri, and founded in 1963. The school was accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools. Missouri College offered bachelor's degrees in Healthcare Management and specialized associate degrees in Business Administration, Dental Hygiene, Allied Health, and Occupational Therapy Assisting. Massage Therapy was one of the several diploma programs offered in the college catalog.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Missouri''</small> || http://www.missouricollege.edu/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.missouricollege.edu/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6911091|More Than Movies]]''' || specialty channel || More Than Movies (styled as more>movies) was a satellite television channel in the United Kingdom and Ireland, available on Sky and as a free-to-air service on Freesat. It launched on 4 October 2010 as Men&Movies, and was the first Freesat exclusive TV channel until it joined the Sky EPG on 4 April 2011. Between November 2011 and January 2012, Men&Movies was also available on Freeview in Manchester. || http://www.movies4men.co.uk/} || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.movies4men.co.uk/} {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6911091|More Than Movies]]''' || specialty channel || More Than Movies (styled as more>movies) was a satellite television channel in the United Kingdom and Ireland, available on Sky and as a free-to-air service on Freesat. It launched on 4 October 2010 as Men&Movies, and was the first Freesat exclusive TV channel until it joined the Sky EPG on 4 April 2011. Between November 2011 and January 2012, Men&Movies was also available on Freeview in Manchester. || http://www.movies4men.co.uk/} || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.movies4men.co.uk/} {{nosaved}}] || -  
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1340444|Motion City Soundtrack]]''' || band || Motion City Soundtrack was an American rock band that formed in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 1997. The band's line-up consisted of vocalist and guitarist Justin Pierre, lead guitarist Joshua Cain, keyboardist Jesse Johnson, bassist Matthew Taylor, and drummer Tony Thaxton. Over the course of their nearly twenty-year career, the group toured heavily and released six studio albums, the majority on independent label Epitaph Records. The band's sound, at times described as pop punk or emo, made notable use of the Moog synthesizer. Pierre mainly handled the band's lyrics, which often touched on themes of anxiety, alienation, and relationships. || http://www.motioncitysoundtrack.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.motioncitysoundtrack.com {{nosaved}}] || -
 
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5746210|Mount Washington College]]''' || college || Mount Washington College was a for-profit college in New Hampshire, United States. Until 2013 it was known as Hesser College. It was owned by Kaplan, Inc. The college offered associate and bachelor's degrees focused in business and information technology. The college claimed a flexible class scheduling system tailored to a diverse group of students. The school was accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). Mount Washington College closed in May 2016. || http://www.mountwashington.edu/index.aspx || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.mountwashington.edu/index.aspx {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5746210|Mount Washington College]]''' || college || Mount Washington College was a for-profit college in New Hampshire, United States. Until 2013 it was known as Hesser College. It was owned by Kaplan, Inc. The college offered associate and bachelor's degrees focused in business and information technology. The college claimed a flexible class scheduling system tailored to a diverse group of students. The school was accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). Mount Washington College closed in May 2016. || http://www.mountwashington.edu/index.aspx || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.mountwashington.edu/index.aspx {{nosaved}}] || -  
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q20684886|Movement (band)]]''' || band ||  || http://www.movementsounds.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.movementsounds.com {{nosaved}}] || -
 
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1951167|Movie Central]]''' || television station || Movie Central (occasionally abbreviated as "MC") was a Canadian English language Category A premium cable and satellite television channel that was owned by Corus Entertainment. Movie Central was designated to operate west of the Ontario-Manitoba border, including the territories. Although the channel's name implies that it focuses solely on theatrically released motion pictures, Movie Central's programming included original and foreign television series, made-for-cable movies and documentaries. || http://www.moviecentral.ca/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.moviecentral.ca/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1951167|Movie Central]]''' || television station || Movie Central (occasionally abbreviated as "MC") was a Canadian English language Category A premium cable and satellite television channel that was owned by Corus Entertainment. Movie Central was designated to operate west of the Ontario-Manitoba border, including the territories. Although the channel's name implies that it focuses solely on theatrically released motion pictures, Movie Central's programming included original and foreign television series, made-for-cable movies and documentaries. || http://www.moviecentral.ca/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.moviecentral.ca/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q820253|Palerang Council]]''' || former local government area of Australia || The Palerang Council was a local government area located in the Southern Tablelands region of New South Wales, Australia. On 12 May 2016 the Minister for Local Government announced dissolution of the Palerang Council with immediate effect. Together with Queanbeyan City the combined council areas were merged to establish the Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council. Both Councils had opposed the amalgamation. Elections for the new Council area will be held in September 2017. The former Mayor of Queanbeyan City Council was appointed by the NSW Government as Administrator until that date.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.palerang.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.palerang.nsw.gov.au/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q820253|Palerang Council]]''' || former local government area of Australia || The Palerang Council was a local government area located in the Southern Tablelands region of New South Wales, Australia. On 12 May 2016 the Minister for Local Government announced dissolution of the Palerang Council with immediate effect. Together with Queanbeyan City the combined council areas were merged to establish the Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council. Both Councils had opposed the amalgamation. Elections for the new Council area will be held in September 2017. The former Mayor of Queanbeyan City Council was appointed by the NSW Government as Administrator until that date.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.palerang.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.palerang.nsw.gov.au/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q239516|Panoramio]]''' || website || Panoramio is a discontinued geo-located tagging, photo sharing mashup which was bought by Google in 2006. Accepted geo-located tagged photos uploaded to the site could be accessed as a layer in Google Earth and Google Maps, with new photos being added at the end of every month. The site's goal was to allow Google Earth users to learn more about a given area by viewing the photos that other users had taken at that location. The website was available in several languages. In 2009 the website was among 1000 most popular websites worldwide. || http://www.panoramio.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.panoramio.com {{saved}}] || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/blog.panoramio.com blog.panoramio.com] - [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/16dnl 16dnl] - 20141005 - 1528&nbsp;MB<br/>[https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/ssl.panoramio.com ssl.panoramio.com] - [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/9qn54 9qn54] - 20141005 - 8186&nbsp;MB<br/>[https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/www.panoramio.com www.panoramio.com] - [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/6mtkv 6mtkv] - 20141005 - 7465&nbsp;MB  
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q239516|Panoramio]]''' || website || Panoramio is a discontinued geo-located tagging, photo sharing mashup which was bought by Google in 2007. Accepted geo-located tagged photos uploaded to the site could be accessed as a layer in Google Earth and Google Maps, with new photos being added at the end of every month. The site's goal was to allow Google Earth users to learn more about a given area by viewing the photos that other users had taken at that location. The website was available in several languages. In 2009 the website was among 1000 most popular websites worldwide. || http://www.panoramio.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.panoramio.com {{saved}}] || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/blog.panoramio.com blog.panoramio.com] - [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/16dnl 16dnl] - 20141005 - 1528&nbsp;MB<br/>[https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/ssl.panoramio.com ssl.panoramio.com] - [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/9qn54 9qn54] - 20141005 - 8186&nbsp;MB<br/>[https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/www.panoramio.com www.panoramio.com] - [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/6mtkv 6mtkv] - 20141005 - 7465&nbsp;MB  
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7094039|Party for Accountability, Competency and Transparency]]''' || political party || The Party for Accountability, Competency and Transparency (, abbreviated as PACT), formerly the Online Party of Canada (, abbreviated as OPC), was a Canadian website and was a federally registered political party founded in October 2010. The party was founded by Michael Nicula of Toronto. The party was deregistered by Elections Canada on July 31, 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Canada''</small> || http://www.onlineparty.ca || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.onlineparty.ca {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7094039|Party for Accountability, Competency and Transparency]]''' || political party || The Party for Accountability, Competency and Transparency (, abbreviated as PACT), formerly the Online Party of Canada (, abbreviated as OPC), was a Canadian website and was a federally registered political party founded in October 2010. The party was founded by Michael Nicula of Toronto. The party was deregistered by Elections Canada on July 31, 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Canada''</small> || http://www.onlineparty.ca || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.onlineparty.ca {{nosaved}}] || -  
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1781087|Rexam]]''' || business ||  || http://www.rexam.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.rexam.com {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1781087|Rexam]]''' || business ||  || http://www.rexam.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.rexam.com {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q18162026|Richwater Films]]''' || business || || http://www.richwaterfilms.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.richwaterfilms.com/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q18162026|Richwater Films]]''' || business || Richwater Films was a British film production and financing company and distributor, launched in 2013 by Jonathan Sothcott, which specialised in crime, thriller and action films. In 2016, Sothcott closed Richwater films after running up debts of more than £500,000; there were also accusations of theft, fraud and unpaid wages from workers and companies associated with him, which he denied. || http://www.richwaterfilms.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.richwaterfilms.com/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1535845|Riviera (hotel and casino)]]''' || skyscraper || <br/><small>''2015 disestablishments in Nevada''</small> || http://www.rivierahotel.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.rivierahotel.com {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1535845|Riviera (hotel and casino)]]''' || skyscraper || <br/><small>''2015 disestablishments in Nevada''</small> || http://www.rivierahotel.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.rivierahotel.com {{nosaved}}] || -  
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1573742|Town of Narrogin]]''' || former local government area of Australia || The Town of Narrogin was a local government area of Western Australia for the town of Narrogin in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, south-east of the capital, Perth along Great Southern Highway. It amalgamated with the Shire of Narrogin in 2016, with the new entity retaining that name.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.narrogin.wa.gov.au || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.narrogin.wa.gov.au {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1573742|Town of Narrogin]]''' || former local government area of Australia || The Town of Narrogin was a local government area of Western Australia for the town of Narrogin in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, south-east of the capital, Perth along Great Southern Highway. It amalgamated with the Shire of Narrogin in 2016, with the new entity retaining that name.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.narrogin.wa.gov.au || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.narrogin.wa.gov.au {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q383707|TransAsia Airways]]''' || airline || TransAsia Airways (TNA; ) (lit. "Renaissance" Airways) was a Taiwanese airline based in Neihu District in Taipei. Though the company started its operations focusing mainly on the Taiwanese domestic market, it operated on many scheduled international routes and focused mainly on Southeast- and Northeast Asia and cross-strait flights at the time of closure.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Taiwan''</small> || http://www.tna.com.tw || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.tna.com.tw {{nosaved}}] || -  
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q383707|TransAsia Airways]]''' || airline || TransAsia Airways (TNA; ) (lit. "Revival" Airways) was a Taiwanese airline based in Neihu District in Taipei. Though the company started its operations focusing mainly on the Taiwanese domestic market, it operated on many scheduled international routes and focused mainly on Southeast- and Northeast Asia and cross-strait flights at the time of closure.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Taiwan''</small> || http://www.tna.com.tw || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.tna.com.tw {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7842888|Trinity Lutheran College (Washington)]]''' || college ||  || http://www.tlc.edu || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.tlc.edu {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7842888|Trinity Lutheran College (Washington)]]''' || college ||  || http://www.tlc.edu || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.tlc.edu {{nosaved}}] || -  
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q11774594|Zastava Special Automobiles]]''' || business || Zastava Special Automobiles is a Serbian special automobile factory with headquarters in Sombor, Serbia. It is a subsidiary of Group Zastava Vehicles from Kragujevac, which declared bankruptcy in May 2017. Zastava Special Automobiles previously declared bankruptcy in August 2016, after decades of insolvency. || http://www.zastavasa.co.rs || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.zastavasa.co.rs {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q11774594|Zastava Special Automobiles]]''' || business || Zastava Special Automobiles is a Serbian special automobile factory with headquarters in Sombor, Serbia. It is a subsidiary of Group Zastava Vehicles from Kragujevac, which declared bankruptcy in May 2017. Zastava Special Automobiles previously declared bankruptcy in August 2016, after decades of insolvency. || http://www.zastavasa.co.rs || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.zastavasa.co.rs {{nosaved}}] || -  
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3575678|Zodiak Media]]''' || business || Zodiak Media was a French independent production company of factual, drama and kids' programming that has operated in 15 countries through 45 companies. || http://www.banijay.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.banijay.com/ {{nosaved}}] || -
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q307838|Özgür Gündem]]''' || newspaper || Özgür Gündem (Turkish for "Free Agenda") was an Istanbul-based daily newspaper in Turkish language that was mainly read by people of Kurdish origin. Launched in May 1992, the newspaper was known for its extensive reporting on the Kurdish-Turkish conflict, and was therefore regularly accused of making propaganda for the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK). Its editors and staff have frequently been arrested and tried and resulted in multiple publication bans within Turkey. Since April 1994, the publication continued under different names until Özgür Gündem was relaunched on 14 April 2011. || http://www.ozgur-gundem.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.ozgur-gundem.com/ {{nosaved}}] || -  
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q307838|Özgür Gündem]]''' || newspaper || Özgür Gündem (Turkish for "Free Agenda") was an Istanbul-based daily newspaper in Turkish language that was mainly read by people of Kurdish origin. Launched in May 1992, the newspaper was known for its extensive reporting on the Kurdish-Turkish conflict, and was therefore regularly accused of making propaganda for the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK). Its editors and staff have frequently been arrested and tried and resulted in multiple publication bans within Turkey. Since April 1994, the publication continued under different names until Özgür Gündem was relaunched on 14 April 2011. || http://www.ozgur-gundem.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.ozgur-gundem.com/ {{nosaved}}] || -  

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