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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q162220|1. FC Eschborn]]''' || association football club || 1. FC Eschborn was a German association football club which played in Eschborn, a town close to Frankfurt, Hesse.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Germany''</small> || http://www.1fce.de/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.1fce.de/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q162220|1. FC Eschborn]]''' || association football club || 1. FC Eschborn was a German association football club which played in Eschborn, a town close to Frankfurt, Hesse.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Germany''</small> || http://www.1fce.de/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.1fce.de/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q23763180|100Stone]]''' || installation || 100Stone, also known as the 100 Stone project, is a public installation art project in Alaska. It depicts "personal struggles with mental health, told in sculptural form". Sarah Davies leads the project which also includes Ed Mighell (clay artist), Brian Hutton (community activist), Catherine Shenk (landscape designer; horticulturist), and Lee Holmes (engineer). The project began in summer 2013 and the installation occurred November 2015. By the time of the dedication, 9 December 2015, there were 68 sculptures of humans placed along the coast of Anchorage, Alaska at Point Woronzof Overlook on Northern Lights Boulevard. The figures are created using plaster-covered burlap casts of individuals, plus cement and straw, as well as mannequin parts, such as arms.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Alaska''</small> || http://www.100stoneproject.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.100stoneproject.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q171885|2NE1]]''' || girl group || 2NE1 was a South Korean girl group composed of Bom, CL, Dara, and Minzy, formed by YG Entertainment in 2009. After appearing alongside boy band Big Bang in the song "Lollipop", a promotional single for LG Electronics, the group rose to fame with the release of their two eponymous extended plays, 2NE1 (2009) and 2NE1 (2011), and two studio albums, To Anyone (2010) and Crush (2014). All peaked at the number one position on the Gaon Album Chart. They also scored nine number one hits on the Gaon Digital Chart, with "Try to Follow Me", "Go Away", "Lonely", "I Am the Best", "Ugly", "I Love You", "Falling in Love", "Missing You", and "Come Back Home".<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in South Korea''</small> || http://www.yg-2ne1.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.yg-2ne1.com {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q171885|2NE1]]''' || girl group || 2NE1 was a South Korean girl group composed of Bom, CL, Dara, and Minzy, formed by YG Entertainment in 2009. After appearing alongside boy band Big Bang in the song "Lollipop", a promotional single for LG Electronics, the group rose to fame with the release of their two eponymous extended plays, 2NE1 (2009) and 2NE1 (2011), and two studio albums, To Anyone (2010) and Crush (2014). All peaked at the number one position on the Gaon Album Chart. They also scored nine number one hits on the Gaon Digital Chart, with "Try to Follow Me", "Go Away", "Lonely", "I Am the Best", "Ugly", "I Love You", "Falling in Love", "Missing You", and "Come Back Home".<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in South Korea''</small> || http://www.yg-2ne1.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.yg-2ne1.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q10846022|2Yoon]]''' || band || 2Yoon (Hangul: 투윤, commonly stylized as 2YOON) was the first sub-group of South Korean girl group 4Minute, formed by Cube Entertainment in 2013. The sub-group consisted of Gayoon and Jiyoon.{{cite news || http://4min.co.kr/tgsite/2yoon20130117/2yoon.html || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://4min.co.kr/tgsite/2yoon20130117/2yoon.html {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4638876|4Children]]''' ||  || 4Children was a charity in the UK focusing on children and families. Formerly the National Out of School Alliance and then the Kids' Club Network, the organisation was formed in 1983 to develop after-school provision following research conducted by Bassac.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.4children.org.uk/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.4children.org.uk/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4638876|4Children]]''' ||  || 4Children was a charity in the UK focusing on children and families. Formerly the National Out of School Alliance and then the Kids' Club Network, the organisation was formed in 1983 to develop after-school provision following research conducted by Bassac.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.4children.org.uk/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.4children.org.uk/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1491151|4K! – Fourth Republic!]]''' || political party || The 4K! – Fourth Republic! , often abbreviated 4K!, was a social-democratic political party in Hungary. It was led by András Istvánffy. It was formed at a Congress in April 2012, and its membership was largely drawn from a predecessor civil organization, also called 4K!.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Hungary''</small> || http://negyedikkoztarsasag.hu || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://negyedikkoztarsasag.hu {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1491151|4K! – Fourth Republic!]]''' || political party || The 4K! – Fourth Republic! , often abbreviated 4K!, was a social-democratic political party in Hungary. It was led by András Istvánffy. It was formed at a Congress in April 2012, and its membership was largely drawn from a predecessor civil organization, also called 4K!.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Hungary''</small> || http://negyedikkoztarsasag.hu || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://negyedikkoztarsasag.hu {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17478749|4L (band)]]''' || band || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in South Korea''</small> || http://www.jcment.co.kr/index.php?mid=page_JeYW55 || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.jcment.co.kr/index.php?mid=page_JeYW55 {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17478749|4L (band)]]''' || band || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in South Korea''</small> || http://www.jcment.co.kr/index.php?mid=page_JeYW55 || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.jcment.co.kr/index.php?mid=page_JeYW55 {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7672114|4ME]]''' ||  || 4ME was a digital advertorial datacasting service that launched on 18 September 2011 by Prime Media Group and Brand New Media. It was formerly available to homes in the Prime7/GWN7 viewing area on channel 64, and the Seven-owned viewing area on channel 74. The channel was closed at midnight on 30 April 2016 in regional areas after Brand New Media entered administration due to business troubles. 4ME later ceased broadcasting in Seven-owned areas on 19 May 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.television4me.com.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.television4me.com.au/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7672114|4ME]]''' ||  || 4ME was a digital advertorial datacasting service that launched on 18 September 2011 by Prime Media Group and Brand New Media. It was formerly available to homes in the Prime7/GWN7 viewing area on channel 64, and the Seven-owned viewing area on channel 74. The channel was closed at midnight on 30 April 2016 in regional areas after Brand New Media entered administration due to business troubles. 4ME later ceased broadcasting in Seven-owned areas on 19 May 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.television4me.com.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.television4me.com.au/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q39682|4Minute]]''' || band || 4Minute was a five-member South Korean girl group formed in 2009 by Cube Entertainment with music singles and albums released primarily in South Korea and Japan. The members of the group were Nam Ji-hyun, Heo Ga-yoon, Jeon Ji-yoon, Kim Hyun-a, and Kwon So-hyun. The group debuted in June 2009 with its first single, "Hot Issue", and in December 2010, it released its first Japanese album, Diamond. In 2011, the group released its first Korean full-length album, 4Minutes Left.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in South Korea''</small> || http://4min.co.kr || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://4min.co.kr {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q39682|4Minute]]''' || band || 4Minute was a five-member South Korean girl group formed in 2009 by Cube Entertainment with music singles and albums released primarily in South Korea and Japan. The members of the group were Nam Ji-hyun, Heo Ga-yoon, Jeon Ji-yoon, Kim Hyun-a, and Kwon So-hyun. The group debuted in June 2009 with its first single, "Hot Issue", and in December 2010, it released its first Japanese album, Diamond. In 2011, the group released its first Korean full-length album, 4Minutes Left.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in South Korea''</small> || http://4min.co.kr || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://4min.co.kr {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4643921|7days]]''' || newspaper || 7DAYS was an English language free daily newspaper published in the United Arab Emirates. It was in circulation between 2003 and 22 December 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United Arab Emirates''</small> || http://7daysindubai.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://7daysindubai.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4643921|7days]]''' || newspaper || 7DAYS was an English language free daily newspaper published in the United Arab Emirates. It was in circulation between 2003 and 22 December 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United Arab Emirates''</small> || http://7daysindubai.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://7daysindubai.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q277868|A-One (TV channel)]]''' || television station || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Russia''</small> || http://aonehiphop.ru/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://aonehiphop.ru/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q277868|A-One (TV channel)]]''' || television station || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Russia''</small> || http://aonehiphop.ru/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://aonehiphop.ru/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3626905|A.S.D. Reggiana Calcio Femminile]]''' || women's association football team || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.acreggianafemminile.it/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.acreggianafemminile.it/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3626905|A.S.D. Reggiana Calcio Femminile]]''' || women's association football team || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.acreggianafemminile.it/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.acreggianafemminile.it/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4650706|ACME Communications]]''' || business || ACME Communications was a United States-based broadcasting company that was involved in operations of television stations and programming from the late 1990s until 2013.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://www.acmecommunications.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.acmecommunications.com {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4650706|ACME Communications]]''' || business || ACME Communications was a United States-based broadcasting company that was involved in operations of television stations and programming from the late 1990s until 2013.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://www.acmecommunications.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.acmecommunications.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4651821|AIB College of Business]]''' || school || AIB College of Business was an accredited, independent, nonprofit, baccalaureate college of business located in Des Moines, Iowa, in the United States. The college closed on June 30, 2016, after 95 years and gifted its property to the State of Iowa, Board of Regents. The campus is now operated by the University of Iowa and has been named the Iowa Center of Higher Education. || http://www.aib.edu || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.aib.edu {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2664794|ANS TV]]''' || television channel || ANS TV (also known as ANS Independent Broadcasting Media Company) was a news television channel in Azerbaijan, which was owned by ANS Group of Companies from its foundation on 26 November 1991 until its closure on 18 July 2016. Its name, ANS, stands for Azerbaijani News Service.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Azerbaijan''</small> || http://www.anstv.ws/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.anstv.ws/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2664794|ANS TV]]''' || television channel || ANS TV (also known as ANS Independent Broadcasting Media Company) was a news television channel in Azerbaijan, which was owned by ANS Group of Companies from its foundation on 26 November 1991 until its closure on 18 July 2016. Its name, ANS, stands for Azerbaijani News Service.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Azerbaijan''</small> || http://www.anstv.ws/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.anstv.ws/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3249565|ANZ Championship]]''' || sports league || The ANZ Championship (also known non-commercially as the Trans-Tasman Netball League) was the premier netball league in Australia and New Zealand. The competition was held annually between April and July, comprising 69 matches played over 17 weeks. It was contested by ten teams, five from Australia and five from New Zealand. The competition was administered by Trans Tasman Netball League, which was formed as a joint venture by the netball governing bodies of both countries. ANZ Bank was naming sponsors of the competition since its inaugural season.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia, 2016 disestablishments in New Zealand''</small> || http://www.anz-championship.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.anz-championship.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3249565|ANZ Championship]]''' || sports league || The ANZ Championship (also known non-commercially as the Trans-Tasman Netball League) was the premier netball league in Australia and New Zealand. The competition was held annually between April and July, comprising 69 matches played over 17 weeks. It was contested by ten teams, five from Australia and five from New Zealand. The competition was administered by Trans Tasman Netball League, which was formed as a joint venture by the netball governing bodies of both countries. ANZ Bank was naming sponsors of the competition since its inaugural season.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia, 2016 disestablishments in New Zealand''</small> || http://www.anz-championship.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.anz-championship.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q845463|ATV Home]]''' || business || ATV Home was a free-to-air Cantonese television channel in Hong Kong, owned and operated by Asia Television. It was formed in September 1963 as a result of the split of the bilingual Rediffusion Television subscription service (which was primarily owned by British company Rediffusion) into dedicated Cantonese and English-language services. In 1969, the broadcaster was granted a license for over-the-air broadcasting.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Hong Kong''</small> || http://www.hkatv.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.hkatv.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q845463|ATV Home]]''' || business || ATV Home was a free-to-air Cantonese television channel in Hong Kong, owned and operated by Asia Television. It was formed in September 1963 as a result of the split of the bilingual Rediffusion Television subscription service (which was primarily owned by British company Rediffusion) into dedicated Cantonese and English-language services. In 1969, the broadcaster was granted a license for over-the-air broadcasting.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Hong Kong''</small> || http://www.hkatv.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.hkatv.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4654946|ATV News]]''' ||  || ATV News (, Pinyin: Yà shì xīnwén) was the newsgathering arm of ATV in Hong Kong. It provided news programmes to both its ATV Home and ATV World.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Hong Kong''</small> || http://www.hkatvnews.com/v3/index.html || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.hkatvnews.com/v3/index.html {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4654946|ATV News]]''' ||  || ATV News (, Pinyin: Yà shì xīnwén) was the newsgathering arm of ATV in Hong Kong. It provided news programmes to both its ATV Home and ATV World.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Hong Kong''</small> || http://www.hkatvnews.com/v3/index.html || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.hkatvnews.com/v3/index.html {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q8423268|ATV World]]''' || business || ATV World<br>(13 February 1989 – 2 April 2016)<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Hong Kong''</small> || http://www.hkatv.com/v3/world/world.html || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.hkatv.com/v3/world/world.html {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q8423268|ATV World]]''' || business || ATV World<br>(13 February 1989 – 2 April 2016)<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Hong Kong''</small> || http://www.hkatv.com/v3/world/world.html || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.hkatv.com/v3/world/world.html {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4669758|AbsolutePunk]]''' || website || AbsolutePunk was a website, online community, and alternative music news source founded by Jason Tate (the most recent CEO). The website mainly focused on artists who are relatively unknown to mainstream audiences, but it was known to feature artists who have eventually achieved crossover success, including Blink-182, Fall Out Boy, My Chemical Romance, New Found Glory, Brand New, Taking Back Sunday, The Gaslight Anthem, Anberlin, Thrice, All Time Low, Jack's Mannequin, Yellowcard, Paramore, Relient K, and A Day to Remember. The primary musical genres of focus were emo and pop punk, but other genres were included. || http://www.absolutepunk.net/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.absolutepunk.net/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4669758|AbsolutePunk]]''' || website || AbsolutePunk was a website, online community, and alternative music news source founded by Jason Tate (the most recent CEO). The website mainly focused on artists who are relatively unknown to mainstream audiences, but it was known to feature artists who have eventually achieved crossover success, including Blink-182, Fall Out Boy, My Chemical Romance, New Found Glory, Brand New, Taking Back Sunday, The Gaslight Anthem, Anberlin, Thrice, All Time Low, Jack's Mannequin, Yellowcard, Paramore, Relient K, and A Day to Remember. The primary musical genres of focus were emo and pop punk, but other genres were included. || http://www.absolutepunk.net/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.absolutepunk.net/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16156674|Adler (band)]]''' || band ||  || http://adlerrocks.blogspot.co.uk || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://adlerrocks.blogspot.co.uk {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q390300|Agalloch]]''' || band || Agalloch was an American heavy metal band from Portland, Oregon. Formed in 1995 by frontman John Haughm, they released five full-length albums, four EPs, two singles, one split single, two demos, four compilation albums and one live video album. They announced their disbandment in May 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Oregon''</small> || http://www.agalloch.org/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.agalloch.org/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q390300|Agalloch]]''' || band || Agalloch was an American heavy metal band from Portland, Oregon. Formed in 1995 by frontman John Haughm, they released five full-length albums, four EPs, two singles, one split single, two demos, four compilation albums and one live video album. They announced their disbandment in May 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Oregon''</small> || http://www.agalloch.org/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.agalloch.org/ {{notsaved}}]
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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 {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[: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 {{notsaved}}]
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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/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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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/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[: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/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q407611|Air Méditerranée]]''' || airline || Air Méditerranée was a French charter airline headquartered on the property of the Tarbes–Lourdes–Pyrénées Airport in Juillan. It operated chartered passenger and cargo flights, mostly to and from Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in France''</small> || http://www.air-mediterranee.fr || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.air-mediterranee.fr {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q407611|Air Méditerranée]]''' || airline || Air Méditerranée was a French charter airline headquartered on the property of the Tarbes–Lourdes–Pyrénées Airport in Juillan. It operated chartered passenger and cargo flights, mostly to and from Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in France''</small> || http://www.air-mediterranee.fr || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.air-mediterranee.fr {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q19574830|Air Pegasus]]''' || airline || Air Pegasus was an Indian regional airline headquartered in Bangalore and based at Kempegowda International Airport. The airline was a subsidiary of Decor Aviation, an aircraft ground-handling services company. It commenced operations on 12 April 2015 with its inaugural flight between Bangalore and Hubli. The airline suspended operations on 27 July 2016, facing financial difficulties. At that time, Air Pegasus was serving eight airports across South India with a hub at Kempegowda International Airport in Bangalore, using a fleet of three ATR 72-500 aircraft. Their flying licence was suspended by DGCA on 22 November 2016. Managing director Shyson Thomas stated in late 2017 that Air Pegasus would return to the skies in early 2018, as the company has formed a relationship with Dawn Aviation and is about to settle all of its debts. || http://www.airpegasus.in/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.airpegasus.in/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q19574830|Air Pegasus]]''' || airline || Air Pegasus was an Indian regional airline headquartered in Bangalore and based at Kempegowda International Airport. The airline was a subsidiary of Decor Aviation, an aircraft ground-handling services company. It commenced operations on 12 April 2015 with its inaugural flight between Bangalore and Hubli. The airline suspended operations on 27 July 2016, facing financial difficulties. At that time, Air Pegasus was serving eight airports across South India with a hub at Kempegowda International Airport in Bangalore, using a fleet of three ATR 72-500 aircraft. Their flying licence was suspended by DGCA on 22 November 2016. Managing director Shyson Thomas stated in late 2017 that Air Pegasus would return to the skies in early 2018, as the company has formed a relationship with Dawn Aviation and is about to settle all of its debts. || http://www.airpegasus.in/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.airpegasus.in/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q407897|Air VIA]]''' || airline || Air VIA was a charter airline with its head office in Sofia, Bulgaria, that operated charter flights on behalf of European tour operators. Most Air VIA flights operated from European destinations into Varna Airport and Burgas Airport, the airline also offered wet lease subservices. || http://www.air-via.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.air-via.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q407897|Air VIA]]''' || airline || Air VIA was a charter airline with its head office in Sofia, Bulgaria, that operated charter flights on behalf of European tour operators. Most Air VIA flights operated from European destinations into Varna Airport and Burgas Airport, the airline also offered wet lease subservices. || http://www.air-via.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.air-via.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q421589|Aksiyon]]''' || periodical literature || Aksiyon was a Turkish news magazine. The magazine was close to the Gulen movement. It was established by Feza Publications in 1994. In 2008 it was described by its Today's Zaman sister newspaper as "the most widely read Turkish weekly magazine" (its nearly 40,000 circulation accounted for over half the weekly news magazine market). Its circulation had increased from around 15,000 in 2001. It broke some major stories including (May 1996) a secret military agreement between Turkey and Israel; and comments by Major Şefik Soyuyüce admitting the use of students to create a crisis in preparation for the 1960 Turkish coup d'état.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Turkey''</small> || http://www.aksiyon.com.tr || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.aksiyon.com.tr {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q421589|Aksiyon]]''' || periodical literature || Aksiyon was a Turkish news magazine. The magazine was close to the Gulen movement. It was established by Feza Publications in 1994. In 2008 it was described by its Today's Zaman sister newspaper as "the most widely read Turkish weekly magazine" (its nearly 40,000 circulation accounted for over half the weekly news magazine market). Its circulation had increased from around 15,000 in 2001. It broke some major stories including (May 1996) a secret military agreement between Turkey and Israel; and comments by Major Şefik Soyuyüce admitting the use of students to create a crisis in preparation for the 1960 Turkish coup d'état.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Turkey''</small> || http://www.aksiyon.com.tr || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.aksiyon.com.tr {{notsaved}}]
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| rowspan=8 | '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4704131|Al Jazeera America]]''' || rowspan=8 | television channel || rowspan=8 | Al Jazeera America (AJAM) was an American basic cable and satellite news television channel owned by the Al Jazeera Media Network. The channel was launched on August 20, 2013 to compete with CNN, HLN, MSNBC, Fox News, and in certain markets, RT America. The channel was Al Jazeera's second entry into the U.S. television market, after the launch of beIN Sport in 2012. The channel, which had persistently low ratings, announced in January 2016 that it would close on April 12, 2016, citing the "economic landscape".<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United States''</small> || rowspan=8 | http://america.aljazeera.com || rowspan=8 | [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://america.aljazeera.com {{saved}}]
 
| rowspan=8 | '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4704131|Al Jazeera America]]''' || rowspan=8 | television channel || rowspan=8 | Al Jazeera America (AJAM) was an American basic cable and satellite news television channel owned by the Al Jazeera Media Network. The channel was launched on August 20, 2013 to compete with CNN, HLN, MSNBC, Fox News, and in certain markets, RT America. The channel was Al Jazeera's second entry into the U.S. television market, after the launch of beIN Sport in 2012. The channel, which had persistently low ratings, announced in January 2016 that it would close on April 12, 2016, citing the "economic landscape".<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United States''</small> || rowspan=8 | http://america.aljazeera.com || rowspan=8 | [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://america.aljazeera.com {{saved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q22569862|Al Nasr Pro Cycling Team–Dubai]]''' || UCI Continental Team || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United Arab Emirates''</small> || http://www.alnasrprocyclingteam-dubai.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.alnasrprocyclingteam-dubai.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q22569862|Al Nasr Pro Cycling Team–Dubai]]''' || UCI Continental Team || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United Arab Emirates''</small> || http://www.alnasrprocyclingteam-dubai.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.alnasrprocyclingteam-dubai.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15613664|Alas Uruguay]]''' || airline || Alas Uruguay (Spanish for Wings Uruguay) was an airline from Uruguay. It was founded by former employees of the defunct Uruguayan flag carrier, PLUNA, which closed in 2012. PLUNA had been a state-owned enterprise most of its life, and a mixed-ownership enterprise in later years, but Alas Uruguay was started as a private company, owned and managed by its own workers. Its bases were Carrasco International Airport in Montevideo and Capitán de Corbeta Carlos A. Curbelo International Airport in Punta del Este. The company first adopted the name Alas-U, but in October 2013 was renamed Alas Uruguay. It started operations in January 2016 but, mired in debt, it stopped flying in October the same year and was eventually declared bankrupt.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Uruguay''</small> || http://www.alasuruguay.com.uy/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.alasuruguay.com.uy/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15613664|Alas Uruguay]]''' || airline || Alas Uruguay (Spanish for Wings Uruguay) was an airline from Uruguay. It was founded by former employees of the defunct Uruguayan flag carrier, PLUNA, which closed in 2012. PLUNA had been a state-owned enterprise most of its life, and a mixed-ownership enterprise in later years, but Alas Uruguay was started as a private company, owned and managed by its own workers. Its bases were Carrasco International Airport in Montevideo and Capitán de Corbeta Carlos A. Curbelo International Airport in Punta del Este. The company first adopted the name Alas-U, but in October 2013 was renamed Alas Uruguay. It started operations in January 2016 but, mired in debt, it stopped flying in October the same year and was eventually declared bankrupt.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Uruguay''</small> || http://www.alasuruguay.com.uy/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.alasuruguay.com.uy/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q509404|Alcatel-Lucent]]''' || telecommunication company || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in France''</small> || http://www.alcatel-lucent.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.alcatel-lucent.com/ {{saved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q509404|Alcatel-Lucent]]''' || telecommunication company || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in France''</small> || http://www.alcatel-lucent.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.alcatel-lucent.com/ {{saved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2461951|Alchemist (company)]]''' || video game developer ||  || http://www.alchemist-net.co.jp/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.alchemist-net.co.jp/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q29075718|Alexis Restaurant]]''' ||  || Alexis Restaurant was a Greek restaurant in Portland, Oregon's Old Town Chinatown neighborhood, in the United States. It closed on November 7, 2016, after operating for 36 years. The restaurant was replaced with a two-story nightclub called Nyx.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Oregon''</small> || http://alexisgreekpdx.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://alexisgreekpdx.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q178216|Alliance for Italy]]''' || political party || Alliance for Italy (, ApI) was a centrist political party in Italy.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.alleanzaperlitalia.it/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.alleanzaperlitalia.it/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q178216|Alliance for Italy]]''' || political party || Alliance for Italy (, ApI) was a centrist political party in Italy.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.alleanzaperlitalia.it/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.alleanzaperlitalia.it/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4732543|Allied American University]]''' || business || Allied American University (AAU) was a for-profit university located in Laguna Hills, California, that offers online learning degree and certificate programs. [http://www.allied.edu Allied American University] was founded in 2008 and received national accreditation by the Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC) in that same year. The university offered bachelor’s and associate degree programs in business administration, criminal justice, general studies, and allied health. Allied American University offers seven undergraduate degree programs and 10 certificate programs for career or skill enhancement. Since 2009, for the sixth consecutive year, G.I. Jobs magazine has ranked Allied American University as one of the top Military Friendly Schools, along with other top-tier universities, trade schools, and colleges across the country. Allied American University was also named a Top School in Military Advanced Education's Guide to Colleges and Universities for three consecutive years.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://www.allied.edu || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.allied.edu {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4732543|Allied American University]]''' || business || Allied American University (AAU) was a for-profit university located in Laguna Hills, California, that offers online learning degree and certificate programs. [http://www.allied.edu Allied American University] was founded in 2008 and received national accreditation by the Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC) in that same year. The university offered bachelor’s and associate degree programs in business administration, criminal justice, general studies, and allied health. Allied American University offers seven undergraduate degree programs and 10 certificate programs for career or skill enhancement. Since 2009, for the sixth consecutive year, G.I. Jobs magazine has ranked Allied American University as one of the top Military Friendly Schools, along with other top-tier universities, trade schools, and colleges across the country. Allied American University was also named a Top School in Military Advanced Education's Guide to Colleges and Universities for three consecutive years.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://www.allied.edu || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.allied.edu {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q684083|Alltel]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Arkansas''</small> || http://www.alltelwireless.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.alltelwireless.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q452571|Amaiur]]''' || political coalition || Amaiur is a left-wing Basque nationalist and separatist political coalition from the Basque Country and Navarre. The name of the coalitions comes from the fortress of Amaiur in Navarre, which was one of the last Basque strongholds during the Spanish conquest of Iberian Navarre.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the Basque Country (autonomous community)''</small> || http://www.amaiur.info || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.amaiur.info {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4745156|American Sports University]]''' || university || American Sports University was a private sports business university in San Bernardino, California. It remained unaccredited since its inception in 2006 until the Department of Consumer Affairs denied renewal of their license in 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://www.americansportsuniversity.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.americansportsuniversity.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4745156|American Sports University]]''' || university || American Sports University was a private sports business university in San Bernardino, California. It remained unaccredited since its inception in 2006 until the Department of Consumer Affairs denied renewal of their license in 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://www.americansportsuniversity.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.americansportsuniversity.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4745234|American Textile History Museum]]''' || museum || The American Textile History Museum (ATHM), located in Lowell, Massachusetts, was founded as the Merrimack Valley Textile Museum (MVTM) in North Andover, Massachusetts in 1960 by Caroline Stevens Rogers. ATHM told America’s story through the art, science, and history of textiles. In June 2016, the museum closed.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Massachusetts''</small> || http://www.athm.org/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.athm.org/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4745234|American Textile History Museum]]''' || museum || The American Textile History Museum (ATHM), located in Lowell, Massachusetts, was founded as the Merrimack Valley Textile Museum (MVTM) in North Andover, Massachusetts in 1960 by Caroline Stevens Rogers. ATHM told America’s story through the art, science, and history of textiles. In June 2016, the museum closed.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Massachusetts''</small> || http://www.athm.org/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.athm.org/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4747163|Ammann & Whitney]]''' || business || Ammann & Whitney was a full-service architecture and engineering firm that provided design and construction services for public and private sector projects. The firm provided new construction, renovations, adaptive reuse, historic preservation, interior design and sustainable design.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United States''</small> || http://www.ammann-whitney.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.ammann-whitney.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4747163|Ammann & Whitney]]''' || business || Ammann & Whitney was a full-service architecture and engineering firm that provided design and construction services for public and private sector projects. The firm provided new construction, renovations, adaptive reuse, historic preservation, interior design and sustainable design.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United States''</small> || http://www.ammann-whitney.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.ammann-whitney.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15980783|Animal Protection Party]]''' || political party || The Animal Protection Party (APP) was a political party founded in England in 2006 to represent an animal rights perspective. It stood four candidates in the 2010 general election. The party de-registered in 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.animalprotectionparty.com/index.php?id=2 || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.animalprotectionparty.com/index.php?id=2 {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15980783|Animal Protection Party]]''' || political party || The Animal Protection Party (APP) was a political party founded in England in 2006 to represent an animal rights perspective. It stood four candidates in the 2010 general election. The party de-registered in 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.animalprotectionparty.com/index.php?id=2 || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.animalprotectionparty.com/index.php?id=2 {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4765108|Animax Germany]]''' ||  || Animax Germany is a German video on demand service and former television channel, a local version of Animax. It was launched during Summer 2007, the same year as its Eastern European counterpart. || http://www.animaxtv.de/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.animaxtv.de/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4784159|Aranui High School]]''' || secondary school || Aranui High School was a large secondary school for years 9-13, in Christchurch, New Zealand. Aranui high school took its name from the suburb of Aranui, meaning 'big pathway' in Māori. Aranui High School was a coeducational alternative to other secondary schools in Eastern Christchurch such as Linwood College and Mairehau High School.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in New Zealand''</small> || http://www.aranui-high.school.nz/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.aranui-high.school.nz/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4784159|Aranui High School]]''' || secondary school || Aranui High School was a large secondary school for years 9-13, in Christchurch, New Zealand. Aranui high school took its name from the suburb of Aranui, meaning 'big pathway' in Māori. Aranui High School was a coeducational alternative to other secondary schools in Eastern Christchurch such as Linwood College and Mairehau High School.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in New Zealand''</small> || http://www.aranui-high.school.nz/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.aranui-high.school.nz/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2860924|Argent (TV channel)]]''' || business channel || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Quebec''</small> || http://www.argent.canoe.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.argent.canoe.com {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2860924|Argent (TV channel)]]''' || business channel || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Quebec''</small> || http://www.argent.canoe.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.argent.canoe.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q686866|Armidale Dumaresq Shire]]''' || former local government area of Australia || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.armidale.local-e.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.armidale.local-e.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q686866|Armidale Dumaresq Shire]]''' || former local government area of Australia || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.armidale.local-e.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.armidale.local-e.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2866212|As-Safir]]''' || daily newspaper || As-Safir , meaning The Ambassador, was a leading Arabic-language daily newspaper in Lebanon. The headquarters of the daily is in Beirut. || http://www.assafir.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.assafir.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2866396|Asciano Limited]]''' || business || Asciano Limited was an Australian freight logistics company, operating in railway freight and shipping. Asciano was demerged from Toll Holdings in 2007, and owned Patrick Corporation and Pacific National as subsidiary companies. Asciano specialised in bulk and container shipping and transportation, with port and train operations across Australia. It had over 8,000 employees. It was an ASX 50 company.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.asciano.com.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.asciano.com.au/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2866396|Asciano Limited]]''' || business || Asciano Limited was an Australian freight logistics company, operating in railway freight and shipping. Asciano was demerged from Toll Holdings in 2007, and owned Patrick Corporation and Pacific National as subsidiary companies. Asciano specialised in bulk and container shipping and transportation, with port and train operations across Australia. It had over 8,000 employees. It was an ASX 50 company.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.asciano.com.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.asciano.com.au/ {{notsaved}}]
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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/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[: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/ {{notsaved}}]
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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 {{notsaved}}]
 
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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/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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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/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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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/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q21189229|Atlanta Vultures]]''' || sports team || *Atlanta Vultures (2016)<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Georgia (U.S. state)''</small> || http://theatlantavultures.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://theatlantavultures.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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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/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q660990|Avalanche Software]]''' || video game developer || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Utah''</small> || http://avalanchesoftware.go.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://avalanchesoftware.go.com {{notsaved}}]
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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}}]
 
| '''[[: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] || 2017-09-29 || 2  
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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 {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[: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 {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q796806|BM Aragón]]''' || handball team || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Spain''</small> || http://www.bmaragon.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.bmaragon.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q796806|BM Aragón]]''' || handball team || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Spain''</small> || http://www.bmaragon.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.bmaragon.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4851651|Ballet San Jose]]''' || nonprofit organization || Ballet San Jose was a ballet company based in San Jose, California, US, operating from 1985 to 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://www.balletsj.org || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.balletsj.org {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3633694|Banca Caripe]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.caripe.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.caripe.com {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3633694|Banca Caripe]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.caripe.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.caripe.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3633719|Banca Popolare Commercio e Industria]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.bpci.it || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.bpci.it {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3633719|Banca Popolare Commercio e Industria]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.bpci.it || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.bpci.it {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3633740|Banca Popolare di Mantova]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.popmantova.it || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.popmantova.it {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3633740|Banca Popolare di Mantova]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.popmantova.it || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.popmantova.it {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3633751|Banca Tercas]]''' || business || Banca Tercas is an Italian bank based in Teramo, Abruzzo. On 1 January 2011 the bank purchased Banca Caripe from Banco Popolare, which the bank group also referred as Tercas Caripe. However the bank was acquired by Banca Popolare di Bari in 2014, which in turn the bank became part of the BP Bari Group.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.tercas.it/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.tercas.it/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3633751|Banca Tercas]]''' || business || Banca Tercas is an Italian bank based in Teramo, Abruzzo. On 1 January 2011 the bank purchased Banca Caripe from Banco Popolare, which the bank group also referred as Tercas Caripe. However the bank was acquired by Banca Popolare di Bari in 2014, which in turn the bank became part of the BP Bari Group.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.tercas.it/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.tercas.it/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q19903169|Banca dell'Adriatico]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.bancadelladriatico.it || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.bancadelladriatico.it {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q19903169|Banca dell'Adriatico]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.bancadelladriatico.it || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.bancadelladriatico.it {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q806194|Banco Popolare]]''' || business || Banco Popolare di Verona e Novara, Società Cooperativa a responsabilità limitata (known as just Banco Popolare; P.I. 0323127 023 6) was formed in 2002 by the merger of Banco Popolare di Verona – S.Geminiano e S.Prospero and Banca Popolare di Novara.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.bancopopolare.it || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.bancopopolare.it {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q806194|Banco Popolare]]''' || business || Banco Popolare di Verona e Novara, Società Cooperativa a responsabilità limitata (known as just Banco Popolare; P.I. 0323127 023 6) was formed in 2002 by the merger of Banco Popolare di Verona – S.Geminiano e S.Prospero and Banca Popolare di Novara.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.bancopopolare.it || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.bancopopolare.it {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2550107|Bane (band)]]''' || band || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Massachusetts''</small> || http://www.myspace.com/banecentral || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.myspace.com/banecentral {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2550107|Bane (band)]]''' || band || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Massachusetts''</small> || http://www.myspace.com/banecentral || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.myspace.com/banecentral {{notsaved}}]
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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/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[: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/ {{notsaved}}]
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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/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[: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/ {{notsaved}}]
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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/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[: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/ {{notsaved}}]
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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/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q596031|BearShare]]''' || software || BearShare was a peer-to-peer file sharing application originally created by Free Peers, Inc. for Microsoft Windows and also a rebranded version of iMesh by MusicLab, LLC, tightly integrated with their music subscription service. || http://www.bearshare.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.bearshare.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4906540|Big Thunder Ranch]]''' || amusement ride || Big Thunder Ranch was an attraction at Disneyland. It included an outdoor petting zoo, a walk-through cabin, and a variety of scenery meant to create the atmosphere of a Western ranch. It was located in Frontierland, nearby Big Thunder Mountain Railroad. Inside one could find sheep, goats, cows, and other farm animals. Among these animals were the two turkeys who received presidential pardons in honor of Thanksgiving in 2008. The attraction was hosted by Brawny.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in California''</small> || https://disneyland.disney.go.com/attractions/disneyland/big-thunder-ranch-petting-zoo/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=https://disneyland.disney.go.com/attractions/disneyland/big-thunder-ranch-petting-zoo/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4906540|Big Thunder Ranch]]''' || amusement ride || Big Thunder Ranch was an attraction at Disneyland. It included an outdoor petting zoo, a walk-through cabin, and a variety of scenery meant to create the atmosphere of a Western ranch. It was located in Frontierland, nearby Big Thunder Mountain Railroad. Inside one could find sheep, goats, cows, and other farm animals. Among these animals were the two turkeys who received presidential pardons in honor of Thanksgiving in 2008. The attraction was hosted by Brawny.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in California''</small> || https://disneyland.disney.go.com/attractions/disneyland/big-thunder-ranch-petting-zoo/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=https://disneyland.disney.go.com/attractions/disneyland/big-thunder-ranch-petting-zoo/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16951740|Billings Wolves]]''' || sports team || The Billings Wolves were a professional indoor football team based in Billings, Montana and members of the Indoor Football League (IFL). The Wolves began play in 2015 as an expansion team of the IFL. The Wolves were owned by Ron Benzel and coached by Chris Dixon. The Wolves played their home games at the Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Montana''</small> || http://billingswolves.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://billingswolves.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q11961178|Bitstrips]]''' || business || Bitstrips was a media and technology company based in Toronto, Canada. It develops and operates Bitmoji, a mobile application that allows users to create personalized avatars and use them in messaging applications. As of March 2016, Bitstrips has been operating as a subsidiary of Snap Inc. Bitmoji was integrated into Snapchat in July 2016. Bitstrips Inc. was founded in 2007 by Jacob Blackstock, David Kennedy, Shahan Panth, Dorian Baldwin, and Jesse Brown. || http://www.bitstrips.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.bitstrips.com {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q11961178|Bitstrips]]''' || business || Bitstrips was a media and technology company based in Toronto, Canada. It develops and operates Bitmoji, a mobile application that allows users to create personalized avatars and use them in messaging applications. As of March 2016, Bitstrips has been operating as a subsidiary of Snap Inc. Bitmoji was integrated into Snapchat in July 2016. Bitstrips Inc. was founded in 2007 by Jacob Blackstock, David Kennedy, Shahan Panth, Dorian Baldwin, and Jesse Brown. || http://www.bitstrips.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.bitstrips.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q290219|Bj league]]''' || sports league || The was a professional basketball league in Japan that began in November 2005 as a six-team league. The league was operated as a competitor to the established Japan Super League which was run by the Japan Basketball Association, the official governing body of basketball in Japan. Over the next ten years the league saw continual expansion, with at least one new team joining every season, reaching 24 teams divided into two conferences in its final season in 2015–16. Turkish Airlines was the major sponsor of the 2014–15 and 2015–16 seasons.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Japan''</small> || http://www.bj-league.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.bj-league.com {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q290219|Bj league]]''' || sports league || The was a professional basketball league in Japan that began in November 2005 as a six-team league. The league was operated as a competitor to the established Japan Super League which was run by the Japan Basketball Association, the official governing body of basketball in Japan. Over the next ten years the league saw continual expansion, with at least one new team joining every season, reaching 24 teams divided into two conferences in its final season in 2015–16. Turkish Airlines was the major sponsor of the 2014–15 and 2015–16 seasons.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Japan''</small> || http://www.bj-league.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.bj-league.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q885177|Blood on the Dance Floor (band)]]''' || band || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Florida''</small> || http://www.ilovebotdf.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.ilovebotdf.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q885177|Blood on the Dance Floor (band)]]''' || band || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Florida''</small> || http://www.ilovebotdf.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.ilovebotdf.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4938090|Bohemian Cafe]]''' || restaurant || The Bohemian Cafe was located at 1406 South 13th Street in the historic Little Bohemia neighborhood of Omaha, Nebraska. Established in 1924, the cafe sat next to the Prague Hotel. Employees dressed in traditional Czech outfits since its early years, and a small cocktail lounge called the Bohemian Girl is adjoined to the restaurant; the interior decoration, similar to the rest of the building, includes hand-painted folk-art pictures. Omaha native Conor Oberst, the lead singer of the rock act Bright Eyes, has been seen drinking at the bar before performing at the nearby Sokol Auditorium.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Nebraska''</small> || http://www.bohemiancafe.net/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.bohemiancafe.net/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4938092|Bohemian Caverns]]''' || restaurant || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Washington, D.C.''</small> || http://www.bohemiancaverns.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.bohemiancaverns.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q662463|Bolt Thrower]]''' || band || Bolt Thrower were a British death metal band from Coventry, England. They formed in 1986 and released their first album with Vinyl Solution in 1988. The band then shifted to a new record label, Earache Records, soon becoming one of the best selling bands on that label. Their last label was Metal Blade Records. The band had a succession of members, and had toured Europe, the United States, and Australia. Over the course of their 30-year career, Bolt Thrower released eight studio albums, three EPs, one live album, two compilation albums and two demos. On 14 September 2016 the band announced that they were breaking up, following the death of drummer Martin Kearns exactly a year earlier.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.boltthrower.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.boltthrower.com {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q662463|Bolt Thrower]]''' || band || Bolt Thrower were a British death metal band from Coventry, England. They formed in 1986 and released their first album with Vinyl Solution in 1988. The band then shifted to a new record label, Earache Records, soon becoming one of the best selling bands on that label. Their last label was Metal Blade Records. The band had a succession of members, and had toured Europe, the United States, and Australia. Over the course of their 30-year career, Bolt Thrower released eight studio albums, three EPs, one live album, two compilation albums and two demos. On 14 September 2016 the band announced that they were breaking up, following the death of drummer Martin Kearns exactly a year earlier.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.boltthrower.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.boltthrower.com {{notsaved}}]
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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/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[: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/ {{notsaved}}]
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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/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[: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/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16976212|Boston Whitecaps]]''' || sports league || The Boston Whitecaps, also referred to as the Caps were a semi-professional ultimate team, who competed in Major League Ultimate (MLU) until operations were suspended in 2016. They were one of the original 8 Major League Ultimate teams.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Massachusetts''</small> || http://www.boston.whitecaps.mlultimate.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.boston.whitecaps.mlultimate.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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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/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[: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/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q28130165|Bride to Be (magazine)]]''' || magazine || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.bridetobe.com.au || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.bridetobe.com.au {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q28130165|Bride to Be (magazine)]]''' || magazine || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.bridetobe.com.au || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.bridetobe.com.au {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16953716|Bright House Networks]]''' || subsidiary company ||  || http://brighthouse.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://brighthouse.com {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16953716|Bright House Networks]]''' || subsidiary company ||  || http://brighthouse.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://brighthouse.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4346145|British Home Stores]]''' || chain store || British Home Stores, commonly abbreviated to BHS and latterly legally styled BHS Ltd, was a British department store chain, primarily selling clothing and household items. In its later years, the company began to expand into furniture, electronics, entertainment, convenience groceries and fragrance and beauty products.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.bhs.co.uk || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.bhs.co.uk {{saved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4346145|British Home Stores]]''' || chain store || British Home Stores, commonly abbreviated to BHS and latterly legally styled BHS Ltd, was a British department store chain, primarily selling clothing and household items. In its later years, the company began to expand into furniture, electronics, entertainment, convenience groceries and fragrance and beauty products.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.bhs.co.uk || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.bhs.co.uk {{saved}}]
| [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/www.bhs.co.uk www.bhs.co.uk] || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/95amt 95amt] || 2016-06-16 || 1194
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| [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/www.bhs.co.uk www.bhs.co.uk] || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/95amt 95amt] || 2016-06-16 || data-sort-value=1252093695 | 1&nbsp;GB
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2926172|Brooks Institute]]''' || art school || The Brooks Institute was an arts college in Ventura, California. It was formerly known as the Brooks Institute of Photography, originally based in Montecito and Santa Barbara. || http://www.brooks.edu || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.brooks.edu {{saved}}]
 
| [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/www.brooks.edu www.brooks.edu] || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/31a76 31a76] || 2016-08-19 || 111
 
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4982266|Bubbleworks]]''' ||  || Bubbleworks (originally titled Prof. Burp's Bubble Works, then Imperial Leather Bubbleworks from 2006) was a dark water ride opened in 1990 at Chessington World of Adventures Resort in Greater London, England. It took riders through animated scenes of a comical factory producing fizzy pop. The ride was designed and built by the Sparks Group for attraction producer John Wardley. The original ride closed, to be redesigned in 2006 with a sponsorship by Imperial Leather toiletries, with the majority of the animations removed. The new Bubbleworks then itself closed in September 2016 and was then replaced by The Gruffalo River Ride Adventure.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.chessington.com/explore/transylvania/bubbleworks-water-ride.aspx || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.chessington.com/explore/transylvania/bubbleworks-water-ride.aspx {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4982266|Bubbleworks]]''' ||  || Bubbleworks (originally titled Prof. Burp's Bubble Works, then Imperial Leather Bubbleworks from 2006) was a dark water ride opened in 1990 at Chessington World of Adventures Resort in Greater London, England. It took riders through animated scenes of a comical factory producing fizzy pop. The ride was designed and built by the Sparks Group for attraction producer John Wardley. The original ride closed, to be redesigned in 2006 with a sponsorship by Imperial Leather toiletries, with the majority of the animations removed. The new Bubbleworks then itself closed in September 2016 and was then replaced by The Gruffalo River Ride Adventure.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.chessington.com/explore/transylvania/bubbleworks-water-ride.aspx || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.chessington.com/explore/transylvania/bubbleworks-water-ride.aspx {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4982823|Buck Consultants]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in New York (state)''</small> || http://www.buckconsultants.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.buckconsultants.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4982823|Buck Consultants]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in New York (state)''</small> || http://www.buckconsultants.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.buckconsultants.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1002600|Bugün]]''' || newspaper || Bugün was a Turkish daily newspaper. It was established in 2005. Columnists have included Cengiz Çandar, Ahmet Almaz and Toktamış Ateş.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Turkey''</small> || http://www.bugun.com.tr/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.bugun.com.tr/ {{saved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1002600|Bugün]]''' || newspaper || Bugün was a Turkish daily newspaper. It was established in 2005. Columnists have included Cengiz Çandar, Ahmet Almaz and Toktamış Ateş.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Turkey''</small> || http://www.bugun.com.tr/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.bugun.com.tr/ {{saved}}]
| [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/www.bugun.com.tr www.bugun.com.tr] || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/cj71z cj71z] || 2016-08-08 || 19828
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| [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/www.bugun.com.tr www.bugun.com.tr] || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/cj71z cj71z] || 2016-08-08 || data-sort-value=20791629404 | 19&nbsp;GB
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4998881|Burj Bank]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Pakistan''</small> || http://www.burjbankltd.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.burjbankltd.com {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4998881|Burj Bank]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Pakistan''</small> || http://www.burjbankltd.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.burjbankltd.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4999222|Burlington College]]''' || private not-for-profit educational institution || Burlington College was a private, nonprofit liberal arts college located in Burlington, Vermont, that offered associate, bachelor's, and master's degrees, as well as several professional certificates. Although regionally accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, the college was placed on probation in July 2014 for failing to meet the accreditor's standards regarding financial resources. The college announced on May 16, 2016, that it would cease operations on May 27.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Vermont''</small> || http://www.burlington.edu || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.burlington.edu {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4999222|Burlington College]]''' || private not-for-profit educational institution || Burlington College was a private, nonprofit liberal arts college located in Burlington, Vermont, that offered associate, bachelor's, and master's degrees, as well as several professional certificates. Although regionally accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, the college was placed on probation in July 2014 for failing to meet the accreditor's standards regarding financial resources. The college announced on May 16, 2016, that it would cease operations on May 27.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Vermont''</small> || http://www.burlington.edu || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.burlington.edu {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q11976494|Buskerud and Vestfold University College]]''' || university college || Buskerud and Vestfold University College (, HBV) was a regional university college with campuses in Drammen, Kongsberg, Hønefoss and Horten in the counties of Buskerud and Vestfold, Norway.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Norway''</small> || http://www.hbv.no || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.hbv.no {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q11976494|Buskerud and Vestfold University College]]''' || university college || Buskerud and Vestfold University College (, HBV) was a regional university college with campuses in Drammen, Kongsberg, Hønefoss and Horten in the counties of Buskerud and Vestfold, Norway.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Norway''</small> || http://www.hbv.no || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.hbv.no {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q482447|Bwin.Party Digital Entertainment]]''' || public company || bwin.party Digital Entertainment was an online gambling company, formed by the March 2011 merger of PartyGaming plc and bwin Interactive Entertainment AG. Formerly the world's largest publicly traded online gambling firm, it was best known for its online poker room PartyPoker, World Poker Tour and its sports betting brand bwin (officially styled bwin). || https://www.bwinparty.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=https://www.bwinparty.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q482447|Bwin.Party Digital Entertainment]]''' || public company || bwin.party Digital Entertainment was an online gambling company, formed by the March 2011 merger of PartyGaming plc and bwin Interactive Entertainment AG. Formerly the world's largest publicly traded online gambling firm, it was best known for its online poker room PartyPoker, World Poker Tour and its sports betting brand bwin (officially styled bwin). || https://www.bwinparty.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=https://www.bwinparty.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q11962658|Byavisa]]''' || || Byavisa (The Town Gazette) was a free newspaper published in Trondheim, Norway from 1996 to 2016. It was distributed to all households in Trondheim as well as the central part of the municipality of Melhus. The paper was issued every Wednesday. The newspaper was discontinued due to a long-term operating deficit. The last issue was released on May 25, 2016. || http://www.byavisa.no/byavisa/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.byavisa.no/byavisa/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16850079|C.W. Downer & Co.]]''' || business || C.W. Downer & Co. was a Boston-based global Investment Bank specializing in comprehensive middle-market M&A advisory services. The firm assists both strategic and private equity clients with acquisition, divestiture, and capital raising assignments.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Massachusetts''</small> || http://www.cwdowner.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.cwdowner.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16850079|C.W. Downer & Co.]]''' || business || C.W. Downer & Co. was a Boston-based global Investment Bank specializing in comprehensive middle-market M&A advisory services. The firm assists both strategic and private equity clients with acquisition, divestiture, and capital raising assignments.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Massachusetts''</small> || http://www.cwdowner.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.cwdowner.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q18209867|CFH Racing]]''' || sports club || CFH Racing was an American auto racing team that competed in the IndyCar Series The team was founded in August 2014 via a merger between Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing and Ed Carpenter Racing, and debuted in 2015. CFH Racing was co-owned by Ed Carpenter, the only owner/driver in the IndyCar Series, Sarah Fisher, nine-time Indianapolis 500 starter and the first woman to win a pole position for a major open-wheel event, and Kansas businessman Wink Hartman. Based in Speedway, Indiana, the team fielded the No. 20 for Carpenter on ovals and for Luca Filippi on road courses. They also fielded the No. 67 for Josef Newgarden and the No. 6 for J. R. Hildebrand.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Indiana''</small> || http://www.cfhracing.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.cfhracing.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q48739587|Cablevision]]''' ||  || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in New York (state)''</small> || http://www.cablevision.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.cablevision.com {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q48739587|Cablevision]]''' ||  || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in New York (state)''</small> || http://www.cablevision.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.cablevision.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q19865948|California Dream (tennis)]]''' || sports team || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://www.californiadreamtennis.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.californiadreamtennis.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5020497|California Fitness]]''' || business || The first California Fitness club was established in 1996 in the business district of Hong Kong near Lan Kwai Fong. There were 16 clubs in Hong Kong, Singapore and China. California Fitness was acquired in 1999 by 24 Hour Fitness Worldwide, which sold it to the Ansa Group in 2012. || http://www.hongkong.californiafitness.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.hongkong.californiafitness.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5020497|California Fitness]]''' || business || The first California Fitness club was established in 1996 in the business district of Hong Kong near Lan Kwai Fong. There were 16 clubs in Hong Kong, Singapore and China. California Fitness was acquired in 1999 by 24 Hour Fitness Worldwide, which sold it to the Ansa Group in 2012. || http://www.hongkong.californiafitness.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.hongkong.californiafitness.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q19865989|Camera World]]''' || business || Camera World was a retailer of photographic equipment and photofinishing services based in Portland, Oregon, United States, and founded in 1977. It was an independent company until 2002, and then from 2002 to 2016 it was a brand of Ritz Camera & Image or C&A Marketing. In the mid-1990s, it was one of the largest mail-order retailers of photographic and audio equipment in the nation. The company's revenues totalled $80&nbsp;million in 1998, of which $16&nbsp;million were from online sales. Revenues grew to $115.7&nbsp;million in 1999 (equivalent to $&nbsp;million in ), and the company relocated its administrative offices and inventory to a new facility in Beaverton, Oregon, the following year. The company's only brick-and-mortar store, in downtown Portland, as well as its Internet business were sold in 2002 to Ritz Camera, which continued to operate them under the Camera World name. Ritz, in turn, was acquired by C&A Marketing in 2012, but retained the Camera World name as a Ritz brand, for both the store and the Internet business, until closure of the store. The store closed on January 21, 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Oregon''</small> || http://www.Cameraworld.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.Cameraworld.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q21189258|Canada Party (2015)]]''' || political party || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Saskatchewan''</small> || http://www.canadaparty.ca || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.canadaparty.ca {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15863477|Canadian Gardening]]''' || magazine || Canadian Gardening was first published in February 1990, covering topics including garden profiles, gardening techniques, recipes, projects and design ideas, and regional information and events. The magazine was started and had been owned by Avid Media until 2004 when Transcontinental Media acquired it.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ontario''</small> || http://www.canadiangardening.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.canadiangardening.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5030288|Canadian Library Association]]''' || organization || The Canadian Library Association (CLA) was a national, predominantly English-language association which represented 57,000 library workers across Canada. It also spoke for the interests of the 21 million Canadians who are members of libraries. CLA members worked in all four types of libraries: academic (college and university), public, special (corporate, non-profit and government) and school libraries. Others sat on boards of public libraries, work for companies that provide goods and services to libraries, or awere students in graduate level or community college programs.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ontario''</small> || http://www.cla.ca || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.cla.ca {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2935827|Canal+ (Spanish TV channel)]]''' || television channel || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Spain''</small> || http://www.canalplus.es/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.canalplus.es/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5033648|Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority]]''' || government agency || The Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (CERA; Māori: Te Mana Haumanu ki Waitaha) was the public service department of New Zealand charged with coordinating the rebuild of Christchurch and the surrounding areas following the 22 February 2011 earthquake. After it was disestablished on 18 April 2016, CERA's functions were taken over by a variety of other agencies.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in New Zealand''</small> || http://www.cera.govt.nz || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.cera.govt.nz {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5033648|Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority]]''' || government agency || The Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (CERA; Māori: Te Mana Haumanu ki Waitaha) was the public service department of New Zealand charged with coordinating the rebuild of Christchurch and the surrounding areas following the 22 February 2011 earthquake. After it was disestablished on 18 April 2016, CERA's functions were taken over by a variety of other agencies.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in New Zealand''</small> || http://www.cera.govt.nz || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.cera.govt.nz {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2894308|Carnegie Deli]]''' || restaurant || The Carnegie Deli was an iconic small delicatessen chain based in New York City. Its main branch, opened in 1937 adjacent to Carnegie Hall, was located at 854 7th Avenue (between 54th and 55th Streets) in Midtown Manhattan. There are subsidiaries in Las Vegas, Nevada; Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Six Flags Great Adventure. The deli, though having had its main branch closed, still operates a wholesale distribution service. || http://www.carnegiedeli.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.carnegiedeli.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5047249|Carters Coach Services]]''' || business || Carters Coach Services was bus operator based in Ipswich in Suffolk, England operating over a wide area in both Suffolk and Essex. On 27 May 2016 the company was taken over by Ipswich Buses and the Carters brand was phased out.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.carterscoachservices.co.uk || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.carterscoachservices.co.uk {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5047249|Carters Coach Services]]''' || business || Carters Coach Services was bus operator based in Ipswich in Suffolk, England operating over a wide area in both Suffolk and Essex. On 27 May 2016 the company was taken over by Ipswich Buses and the Carters brand was phased out.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.carterscoachservices.co.uk || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.carterscoachservices.co.uk {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q25057926|Cassa di Risparmio di Fano]]''' || business || Cassa di Risparmio di Fano was founded on 14 January 1843 in Fano, the Papal States. Due to Legge Amato, on 28 May 1992, an Società per Azioni (limited company) and a banking foundation (Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Fano) were found. In late 1990s, Banca Popolare di Ancona (BPA) acquired 60% shares of the company, with the foundation and other shareholders retained the remaining stake. In 1996 BPA owned 59.76% shares, its parent company Banca Popolare di Bergamo – Credito Varesino owned 0.29%. It was increased to 66.14% (plus 0.25%) in 1999. In 2002 the remain 33.38% was sold by the foundation for €75 million to BPA. That year BPA owned 99.771% shares, as BP Bergamo transferred their 0.25036% shares to BPA. In 2003 it became part of Banche Popolari Unite.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.gruppocreval.com/banca-carifano || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.gruppocreval.com/banca-carifano {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q25057926|Cassa di Risparmio di Fano]]''' || business || Cassa di Risparmio di Fano was founded on 14 January 1843 in Fano, the Papal States. Due to Legge Amato, on 28 May 1992, an Società per Azioni (limited company) and a banking foundation (Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Fano) were found. In late 1990s, Banca Popolare di Ancona (BPA) acquired 60% shares of the company, with the foundation and other shareholders retained the remaining stake. In 1996 BPA owned 59.76% shares, its parent company Banca Popolare di Bergamo – Credito Varesino owned 0.29%. It was increased to 66.14% (plus 0.25%) in 1999. In 2002 the remain 33.38% was sold by the foundation for €75 million to BPA. That year BPA owned 99.771% shares, as BP Bergamo transferred their 0.25036% shares to BPA. In 2003 it became part of Banche Popolari Unite.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.gruppocreval.com/banca-carifano || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.gruppocreval.com/banca-carifano {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q24908054|Casse di Risparmio dell'Umbria]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.cassedellumbria.it/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.cassedellumbria.it/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q24908054|Casse di Risparmio dell'Umbria]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.cassedellumbria.it/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.cassedellumbria.it/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1075414|Cassiopeia (train)]]''' ||  || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Japan''</small> || http://www.jreast.co.jp/cassiopeia/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.jreast.co.jp/cassiopeia/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5052243|Cathedral High School (Springfield, Massachusetts)]]''' || high school || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Massachusetts''</small> || http://www.cathedralhigh.org || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.cathedralhigh.org {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5052243|Cathedral High School (Springfield, Massachusetts)]]''' || high school || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Massachusetts''</small> || http://www.cathedralhigh.org || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.cathedralhigh.org {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5054117|Cattles]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.cattles.co.uk || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.cattles.co.uk {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5054117|Cattles]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.cattles.co.uk || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.cattles.co.uk {{notsaved}}]
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| rowspan=2 | '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5061089|Central Florida Future]]''' || rowspan=2 | newspaper || rowspan=2 | The Central Florida Future was the independent weekly student newspaper of the University of Central Florida in Orlando, Florida. The Future was one of the largest student-run newspapers in the United States, with a circulation of 14,000 and readership of over 30,000. It was a member of the USA TODAY network.<br/><small>''1968 disestablishments in Florida, 2016 disestablishments in Florida''</small> || rowspan=2 | http://www.centralfloridafuture.com || rowspan=2 | [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.centralfloridafuture.com {{saved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q8055372|Central Penn Capitals]]''' || sports team || The Central Penn Capitals (formerly the York Capitals) were a professional indoor football team based in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The Capitals played as members of American Indoor Football (AIF) from 2013 to 2016. The club was established in 2012 as an expansion team for the 2013 season when Jim Morris secured the rights to an AIF franchise in York, Pennsylvania at the York City Ice Arena. The team relocated to Harrisburg for the 2016 season with home games played at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex & Expo Center. The AIF ceased operations after the 2016 season and the Capitals did not join another league.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Pennsylvania''</small> || http://yorkcapitals.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://yorkcapitals.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1058152|ChaCha (search engine)]]''' || website ||  || http://www.chacha.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.chacha.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5072466|Channel V Australia]]''' || television station || Channel V Australia, stylized as Channel [V], was an Australian subscription television music channel that is available on Foxtel, Optus TV and Austar satellite and cable services. It was also previously available in New Zealand on TelstraSaturn's cable TV service in Wellington, Kapiti and Christchurch, until a channel shake-up occurred under new owners TelstraClear in 2002. || http://www.vmusic.com.au || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.vmusic.com.au {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5099221|Chilton Cantelo School]]''' || boarding school || Chilton Cantelo School was a small profit-making mixed independent school located in the village of Chilton Cantelo (near Yeovil and Sherborne) in Somerset, England. The school was owned and operated by the Cognita Group.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.chiltoncanteloschool.co.uk/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.chiltoncanteloschool.co.uk/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5099221|Chilton Cantelo School]]''' || boarding school || Chilton Cantelo School was a small profit-making mixed independent school located in the village of Chilton Cantelo (near Yeovil and Sherborne) in Somerset, England. The school was owned and operated by the Cognita Group.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.chiltoncanteloschool.co.uk/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.chiltoncanteloschool.co.uk/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q302533|Chiodos]]''' || band || Chiodos was an American post-hardcore band from Davison, Michigan. Formed in 2001, the group was originally known as "The Chiodos Bros," the band's name was a tribute to filmmakers Stephen, Charles, and Edward Chiodo, responsible for the film Killer Klowns from Outer Space. Chiodos released their first full-length album, titled All's Well That Ends Well, on July 26, 2005. Their second album, Bone Palace Ballet, was released in North America on September 4, 2007 and debuted at number 5 on the Billboard 200 and number 1 on the Independent Albums. Warner Bros. Records released Bone Palace Ballet on January 26, 2009, as part of a new distribution deal in the UK. They released their third studio album, Illuminaudio in 2010, and it was the only studio album to feature Brandon Bolmer as lead vocalist and Tanner Wayne as drummer. The band released their fourth and final album, Devil on April 1, 2014, which marked the return of original vocalist Craig Owens and fan favorite drummer Derrick Frost. || http://www.chiodos.net/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.chiodos.net/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q18347704|Cincinnati Revolution]]''' || sports team || The Cincinnati Revolution was a professional ultimate disc team, based in Cincinnati, Ohio, which competed in the American Ultimate Disc League (AUDL). It was one of the eight charter teams in the AUDL, having competed in the league's Midwestern Conference since its inception in 2012. Originally based in Lexington, Kentucky, and playing as the Bluegrass Revolution, the Cincinnati Revolution moved to Cincinnati before the 2013 season. They played their home games at Sheakley Athletic Center, at the University of Cincinnati. As The Bluegrass Revolution, they played at Henry Clay High School in Lexington KY.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ohio''</small> || http://cincinnatirevolution.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://cincinnatirevolution.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q758556|City of Auburn]]''' || former local government area of Australia || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.auburn.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.auburn.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q758556|City of Auburn]]''' || former local government area of Australia || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.auburn.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.auburn.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q806840|City of Bankstown]]''' || former local government area of Australia || The City of Bankstown was a local government area in the south-west region of Sydney, Australia, centred on the suburb of Bankstown.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.bankstown.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.bankstown.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q806840|City of Bankstown]]''' || former local government area of Australia || The City of Bankstown was a local government area in the south-west region of Sydney, Australia, centred on the suburb of Bankstown.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.bankstown.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.bankstown.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q894674|City of Botany Bay]]''' || former local government area of Australia || The City of Botany Bay was a local government area in the eastern region of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. The area encompassed the suburbs to the north of Botany Bay, such as Botany. First proclaimed in 1888 as the "Borough of Botany", the council became the "Municipality of Botany" from 1906 to 1996, when it was proclaimed a city as the "City of Botany Bay".<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.botanybay.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.botanybay.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q894674|City of Botany Bay]]''' || former local government area of Australia || The City of Botany Bay was a local government area in the eastern region of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. The area encompassed the suburbs to the north of Botany Bay, such as Botany. First proclaimed in 1888 as the "Borough of Botany", the council became the "Municipality of Botany" from 1906 to 1996, when it was proclaimed a city as the "City of Botany Bay".<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.botanybay.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.botanybay.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1033759|City of Canterbury (New South Wales)]]''' || former local government area of Australia || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.canterbury.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.canterbury.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1033759|City of Canterbury (New South Wales)]]''' || former local government area of Australia || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.canterbury.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.canterbury.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1262981|City of Dubbo]]''' || former local government area of Australia || The City of Dubbo was a local government area in the Orana region of New South Wales, Australia. The former area is located adjacent to the Mitchell, Newell, and the Golden highways, the Main Western railway line, and the Macquarie River.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.dubbo.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.dubbo.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1262981|City of Dubbo]]''' || former local government area of Australia || The City of Dubbo was a local government area in the Orana region of New South Wales, Australia. The former area is located adjacent to the Mitchell, Newell, and the Golden highways, the Main Western railway line, and the Macquarie River.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.dubbo.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.dubbo.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q609120|City of Gosford]]''' || former local government area of Australia || The City of Gosford was a local government area located on the Central Coast region, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. On 12 May 2016 the Minister for Local Government abolished the City of Gosford and Wyong Shire. The Central Coast Council was established on the same day, covering the combined areas.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia|Gosford''</small> || http://www.gosford.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.gosford.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q609120|City of Gosford]]''' || former local government area of Australia || The City of Gosford was a local government area located on the Central Coast region, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. On 12 May 2016 the Minister for Local Government abolished the City of Gosford and Wyong Shire. The Central Coast Council was established on the same day, covering the combined areas.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia|Gosford''</small> || http://www.gosford.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.gosford.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q753116|City of Greater Taree]]''' || former local government area of Australia || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia|Taree''</small> || http://www.gtcc.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.gtcc.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q753116|City of Greater Taree]]''' || former local government area of Australia || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia|Taree''</small> || http://www.gtcc.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.gtcc.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q133640|City of Holroyd]]''' || former local government area of Australia || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.holroyd.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.holroyd.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q133640|City of Holroyd]]''' || former local government area of Australia || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.holroyd.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.holroyd.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1534907|City of Queanbeyan]]''' || former local government area of Australia || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia|Queanbeyan''</small> || http://www.qcc.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.qcc.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1534907|City of Queanbeyan]]''' || former local government area of Australia || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia|Queanbeyan''</small> || http://www.qcc.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.qcc.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1430843|City of Rockdale]]''' || former local government area of Australia || The City of Rockdale was a local government area in southern and St George regions of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. The city centre was located south-west of the Sydney central business district, on the western shores of Botany Bay. First proclaimed in January 1871, Rockdale was formerly known as the Municipality of West Botany until 1887 and the Municipality of Rockdale before being proclaimed as a City in 1995. Rockdale was amalgamated with the neighbouring City of Botany Bay on 9 September 2016 to form the new municipality of Bayside Council.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.rockdale.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.rockdale.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1430843|City of Rockdale]]''' || former local government area of Australia || The City of Rockdale was a local government area in southern and St George regions of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. The city centre was located south-west of the Sydney central business district, on the western shores of Botany Bay. First proclaimed in January 1871, Rockdale was formerly known as the Municipality of West Botany until 1887 and the Municipality of Rockdale before being proclaimed as a City in 1995. Rockdale was amalgamated with the neighbouring City of Botany Bay on 9 September 2016 to form the new municipality of Bayside Council.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.rockdale.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.rockdale.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q509854|Classic Rock (magazine)]]''' || magazine || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.classicrockmagazine.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.classicrockmagazine.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q509854|Classic Rock (magazine)]]''' || magazine || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.classicrockmagazine.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.classicrockmagazine.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5131629|Cleo (magazine)]]''' || magazine || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.cleo.com.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.cleo.com.au/ {{saved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5131629|Cleo (magazine)]]''' || magazine || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.cleo.com.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.cleo.com.au/ {{saved}}]
| [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/www.cleo.com.au www.cleo.com.au] || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/doqwv doqwv] || 2016-01-15 || 3  
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| [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/www.cleo.com.au www.cleo.com.au] || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/doqwv doqwv] || 2016-01-15 || data-sort-value=3424313 | 3&nbsp;MB
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1104250|Coal Chamber]]''' || band || Coal Chamber was an American nu metal band formed in Los Angeles, California in 1993. Prior to Coal Chamber, Dez Fafara and Meegs Rascón formed the band She's In Pain in 1992. The two decided to create Coal Chamber. They disbanded in 2003 after ten years together, but announced a reunion in September 2011. Their first drummer, Jon Tor, was eventually replaced by Mike Cox (who beat out his older brother for the spot). After bass guitarist Rayna Foss joined, the Coal Chamber lineup was complete. || http://www.coalchamberofficial.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.coalchamberofficial.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q18702022|Coates Golf Championship]]''' || golf tournament || The Coates Golf Championship was a women's professional golf tournament on the LPGA Tour. It debuted as the first event in 2015 and was played at Golden Ocala Golf Club, west of Ocala, Florida. The event was not included for the 2017 season.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Florida''</small> || http://coatesgolfchampionship.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://coatesgolfchampionship.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5148461|Colonnade (restaurant)]]''' ||  || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Florida''</small> || http://thenade.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://thenade.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q910796|Commonwealth of Independent States Cup]]''' ||  || right|thumb|150px|CIS Cup logo.The Commonwealth of Independent States Cup is a defunct annual regional association football tournament, recognized by FIFA.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Russia''</small> || http://www.com-cup.com/index.php/en/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.com-cup.com/index.php/en/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q910796|Commonwealth of Independent States Cup]]''' ||  || right|thumb|150px|CIS Cup logo.The Commonwealth of Independent States Cup is a defunct annual regional association football tournament, recognized by FIFA.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Russia''</small> || http://www.com-cup.com/index.php/en/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.com-cup.com/index.php/en/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2011597|Compete.com]]''' || website || Compete.com was a web traffic analysis service. The service belonged to Compete, Inc., which operated in the United States. Compete.com ceased operations as of December 31, 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Georgia (U.S. state)''</small> || http://www.compete.com/about || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.compete.com/about {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2011597|Compete.com]]''' || website || Compete.com was a web traffic analysis service. The service belonged to Compete, Inc., which operated in the United States. Compete.com ceased operations as of December 31, 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Georgia (U.S. state)''</small> || http://www.compete.com/about || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.compete.com/about {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5156550|Complex (magazine)]]''' || scientific journal || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in New York (state)''</small> || http://www.complex.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.complex.com {{saved}}]
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| [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/www.complex.com www.complex.com] || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/d7km7 d7km7] || 2016-12-18 || data-sort-value=3638669 | 3&nbsp;MB
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q753467|Cooma-Monaro Shire]]''' || former local government area of Australia || Cooma-Monaro Shire was a local government area located in the Monaro region of southern New South Wales, Australia. The area was named after the former Cooma Municipality and the former Monaro Shire, that were amalgamated to create it. The Municipality of Cooma was established in 1879, and the Monaro Shire was one of several shires established in 1906. The Monaro Shire and Cooma Municipal Council amalgamated in 1981. On 11 February 2004, Cooma-Monaro Shire absorbed a small part of the former Yarrowlumla Shire, near Michelago.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.cooma.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.cooma.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q753467|Cooma-Monaro Shire]]''' || former local government area of Australia || Cooma-Monaro Shire was a local government area located in the Monaro region of southern New South Wales, Australia. The area was named after the former Cooma Municipality and the former Monaro Shire, that were amalgamated to create it. The Municipality of Cooma was established in 1879, and the Monaro Shire was one of several shires established in 1906. The Monaro Shire and Cooma Municipal Council amalgamated in 1981. On 11 February 2004, Cooma-Monaro Shire absorbed a small part of the former Yarrowlumla Shire, near Michelago.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.cooma.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.cooma.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q22937367|Copenhagen Wolves]]''' || sports club || Copenhagen Wolves was an eSports team which had teams playing League of Legends and Counter-Strike. The team shut down operation in June 2016, citing responsibilities of the team's owners in other teams, namely Astralis and Ninjas in Pyjamas. <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Denmark''</small> || http://www.cphwolves.gg/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.cphwolves.gg/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q22937367|Copenhagen Wolves]]''' || sports club || Copenhagen Wolves was an eSports team which had teams playing League of Legends and Counter-Strike. The team shut down operation in June 2016, citing responsibilities of the team's owners in other teams, namely Astralis and Ninjas in Pyjamas. <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Denmark''</small> || http://www.cphwolves.gg/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.cphwolves.gg/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5172063|CoroWare]]''' || business ||  || http://www.coroware.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.coroware.com {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q729425|Corowa Shire]]''' || local government area of Australia || Corowa Shire was a local government area in the Riverina region in southern New South Wales, Australia. The area was located adjacent to the Murray River and the Riverina Highway.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.corowa.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.corowa.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q729425|Corowa Shire]]''' || local government area of Australia || Corowa Shire was a local government area in the Riverina region in southern New South Wales, Australia. The area was located adjacent to the Murray River and the Riverina Highway.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.corowa.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.corowa.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5181955|Cranbrook School, Ilford]]''' || independent school (UK) || || http://www.cranbrook-school.co.uk || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.cranbrook-school.co.uk {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5172647|Corpus Christi Fury]]''' || sports team || The Corpus Christi Fury was a professional indoor football team based in Corpus Christi, Texas. The Fury played its home games at the American Bank Center.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Texas''</small> || http://ccfury.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://ccfury.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15971609|Crimean Federal District]]''' || federal district of Russia || The Crimean Federal District was a federal district of Russia. It was established on March&nbsp;21, 2014 after the annexation of Crimea by the Russian Federation. The federal district included both the Republic of Crimea and the federal city of Sevastopol, both recognized as part of Ukraine by most of the international community. Ukraine considers the area, along with the areas of Lugansk People's Republic and Donetsk People's Republic, as temporarily occupied territories.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Russia''</small> || http://www.krfo.ru/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.krfo.ru/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15971609|Crimean Federal District]]''' || federal district of Russia || The Crimean Federal District was a federal district of Russia. It was established on March&nbsp;21, 2014 after the annexation of Crimea by the Russian Federation. The federal district included both the Republic of Crimea and the federal city of Sevastopol, both recognized as part of Ukraine by most of the international community. Ukraine considers the area, along with the areas of Lugansk People's Republic and Donetsk People's Republic, as temporarily occupied territories.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Russia''</small> || http://www.krfo.ru/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.krfo.ru/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q733159|Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young]]''' || band || Crosby, Stills & Nash (CSN) is a vocal folk rock supergroup made up of American singer-songwriters David Crosby and Stephen Stills and English singer-songwriter Graham Nash. They are also known as Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young (CSNY) when joined by Canadian singer-songwriter Neil Young, who was an occasional fourth member. They are noted for their intricate vocal harmonies, often tumultuous interpersonal relationships, political activism, and lasting influence on American music and culture. Crosby, Stills & Nash were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and all three members were also inducted for their work in other groups (Crosby for the Byrds, Stills for Buffalo Springfield and Nash for the Hollies). Neil Young has also been inducted as a solo artist and as a member of Buffalo Springfield. || http://www.csny.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.csny.com {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5188827|Crossroads College]]''' || college || Crossroads College (originally International Christian Bible College and later Minnesota Bible College) was a four-year, coeducational Christian college in Rochester, Minnesota, United States. It was founded in 1913 and closed in 2016. || http://www.crossroadscollege.edu || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.crossroadscollege.edu {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1128045|Crowded House]]''' || band || Crowded House are a rock band formed in Melbourne, Australia, in 1985. The founding members were New Zealander Neil Finn (vocalist, guitarist, primary songwriter) and Australians Paul Hester (drums) and Nick Seymour (bass). Later band members included Neil Finn's brother, Tim Finn, and Americans Mark Hart and Matt Sherrod.<br/><small>''1996 disestablishments in Australia, 2011 disestablishments in Australia, 2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.crowdedhouse.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.crowdedhouse.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1128045|Crowded House]]''' || band || Crowded House are a rock band formed in Melbourne, Australia, in 1985. The founding members were New Zealander Neil Finn (vocalist, guitarist, primary songwriter) and Australians Paul Hester (drums) and Nick Seymour (bass). Later band members included Neil Finn's brother, Tim Finn, and Americans Mark Hart and Matt Sherrod.<br/><small>''1996 disestablishments in Australia, 2011 disestablishments in Australia, 2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.crowdedhouse.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.crowdedhouse.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q19872653|Cruwsible]]''' || newspaper || Cruwsible (stylised as crUWSible) was the student newspaper of the Western Sydney University, in Sydney, Australia, from 2013 to April 2016. It was renamed WSUPnews in April 2016 to reflect a change in the University's name.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://cruwsible.com.au || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://cruwsible.com.au {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q19872653|Cruwsible]]''' || newspaper || Cruwsible (stylised as crUWSible) was the student newspaper of the Western Sydney University, in Sydney, Australia, from 2013 to April 2016. It was renamed WSUPnews in April 2016 to reflect a change in the University's name.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://cruwsible.com.au || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://cruwsible.com.au {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16953639|Cycle Sport (magazine)]]''' || magazine || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.cyclesportmag.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.cyclesportmag.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16953639|Cycle Sport (magazine)]]''' || magazine || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.cyclesportmag.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.cyclesportmag.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q368961|Dead or Alive (band)]]''' || rock band || || http://www.deadoralive.net || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.deadoralive.net {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1129443|Democratic Convergence of Catalonia]]''' || political party in Catalonia || The Democratic Convergence of Catalonia (; , CDC) was a Catalan nationalist and liberal political party in Catalonia (Spain).<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Catalonia''</small> || http://www.convergencia.cat/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.convergencia.cat/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q200314|Democratic Party (Japan, 1998)]]''' || political party || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Japan''</small> || http://www.dpj.or.jp/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.dpj.or.jp/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q200314|Democratic Party (Japan, 1998)]]''' || political party || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Japan''</small> || http://www.dpj.or.jp/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.dpj.or.jp/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1413371|Democratic Party – demokraci.pl]]''' || political party || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Poland''</small> || http://www.demokraci.pl/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.demokraci.pl/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1413371|Democratic Party – demokraci.pl]]''' || political party || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Poland''</small> || http://www.demokraci.pl/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.demokraci.pl/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q580336|Deniliquin Council]]''' || local government area of Australia || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.deniliquin.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.deniliquin.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q580336|Deniliquin Council]]''' || local government area of Australia || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.deniliquin.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.deniliquin.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2612027|Department for Business, Innovation and Skills]]''' || department of the United Kingdom Government || The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) was a ministerial department of the United Kingdom Government created on 5 June 2009 by the merger of the Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills (DIUS) and the Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (BERR). It was disbanded on the creation of the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy on 14 July 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.gov.uk/bis || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.gov.uk/bis {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2612027|Department for Business, Innovation and Skills]]''' || department of the United Kingdom Government || The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) was a ministerial department of the United Kingdom Government created on 5 June 2009 by the merger of the Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills (DIUS) and the Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (BERR). It was disbanded on the creation of the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy on 14 July 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.gov.uk/bis || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.gov.uk/bis {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3044732|Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure (Northern Ireland)]]''' || government agency || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Northern Ireland''</small> || http://www.dcalni.gov.uk || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.dcalni.gov.uk {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3044732|Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure (Northern Ireland)]]''' || government agency || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Northern Ireland''</small> || http://www.dcalni.gov.uk || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.dcalni.gov.uk {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3044733|Department of Energy and Climate Change]]''' || department of the United Kingdom Government || The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) was a British government department created on 3 October 2008, by then Prime Minister Gordon Brown to take over some of the functions related to energy of the Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform, and those relating to climate change of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || https://www.gov.uk/decc || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=https://www.gov.uk/decc {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3044733|Department of Energy and Climate Change]]''' || department of the United Kingdom Government || The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) was a British government department created on 3 October 2008, by then Prime Minister Gordon Brown to take over some of the functions related to energy of the Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform, and those relating to climate change of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || https://www.gov.uk/decc || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=https://www.gov.uk/decc {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1191474|Department of the Environment (Australia, 2013–16)]]''' || environment ministry || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.environment.gov.au/index.html || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.environment.gov.au/index.html {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1191474|Department of the Environment (Australia, 2013–16)]]''' || environment ministry || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.environment.gov.au/index.html || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.environment.gov.au/index.html {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5273391|Dick Smith (retailer)]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.dse.com.au || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.dse.com.au {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5273391|Dick Smith (retailer)]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.dse.com.au || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.dse.com.au {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5273825|Dickstein Shapiro]]''' ||  || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Washington, D.C.''</small> || http://www.dicksteinshapiro.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.dicksteinshapiro.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5273825|Dickstein Shapiro]]''' ||  || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Washington, D.C.''</small> || http://www.dicksteinshapiro.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.dicksteinshapiro.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5278398|Dinner and a Suit]]''' || band || Dinner And A Suit was an American rock band based in Nashville, Tennessee, formed in 2008. The band was composed of cousins Jonathan Capeci (vocals/guitar) and Joey Beretta (guitar/vocals), long time friend Anthony Genca (bass), and Drew Scheuer (drums). The band's second album Since Our Departure was released in 2012. The band's STAY EP was released on October 7, 2014. || http://www.dinnerandasuit.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.dinnerandasuit.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5281974|Discovery Times Square]]''' || || Discovery Times Square (also known as Discovery TSX) was an exhibition space at 226 West 44th Street in New York City that opened June 24, 2009 and closed in September 2016. It specialized in traveling exhibitions with 60,000 square feet of exhibition space It was one of several exhibition spaces that catered to Times Square tourists (the others being Madame Tussauds and Ripley's Believe It or Not!).<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in New York (state)''</small> || http://www.discoverytsx.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.discoverytsx.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1229035|Disney Interactive Studios]]''' || video game developer || In 2007, The Walt Disney Company renamed Buena Vista Games to Disney Interactive Studios. The studio publishes both Disney and non-Disney branded video games for all platforms worldwide, with titles that feature its consumer brands including Disney, ABC, ESPN, and Touchstone (which is used as a label for Disney). <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://disney.go.com/disneyinteractivestudios || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://disney.go.com/disneyinteractivestudios {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q984153|Diário Económico]]''' || newspaper || Diário Económico was a print Portuguese business newspaper based in Lisbon, Portugal. On 18 March 2016 the paper published the last print edition and went on online.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Portugal''</small> || http://economico.sapo.pt/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://economico.sapo.pt/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q984153|Diário Económico]]''' || newspaper || Diário Económico was a print Portuguese business newspaper based in Lisbon, Portugal. On 18 March 2016 the paper published the last print edition and went on online.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Portugal''</small> || http://economico.sapo.pt/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://economico.sapo.pt/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15153629|Doll Elements]]''' || band ||  is a Japanese female idol group. It was formed as a unit consisting of 3rd generation trainees of the group Lovely Doll.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Japan''</small> || http://www.doll-elements.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.doll-elements.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15153629|Doll Elements]]''' || band ||  is a Japanese female idol group. It was formed as a unit consisting of 3rd generation trainees of the group Lovely Doll.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Japan''</small> || http://www.doll-elements.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.doll-elements.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5289319|Dolly (magazine)]]''' || magazine || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.dolly.com.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.dolly.com.au/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5289319|Dolly (magazine)]]''' || magazine || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.dolly.com.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.dolly.com.au/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1252895|Dover (band)]]''' || rock band ||  || http://www.dovercametome.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.dovercametome.com {{notsaved}}]
 
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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 {{notsaved}}]
 
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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/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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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 {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[: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 {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5311925|Dudley Museum and Art Gallery]]''' || local museum || Dudley Museum and Art Gallery was a public museum and art gallery located in the town centre of Dudley in the West Midlands, England. It was opened in 1883, situated within buildings on St James's Road, and remained at that site until closure in 2016. || http://www.dudley.gov.uk/leisure-and-culture/museums--galleries/dudley-museum--art-gallery || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.dudley.gov.uk/leisure-and-culture/museums--galleries/dudley-museum--art-gallery {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q18216843|Dzeko & Torres]]''' || musical duo || Dzeko & Torres were a Canadian production and DJ duo based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Teenagers Julian Dzeko and Luis Torres began their rise to fame around 2008. The duo has since released a number of singles in conjunction with labels such as Mixmash Records, Monstercat, and Musical Freedom Records. They released the EP Hey on Dim Mak Records in 2012, and have had airplay on radio stations including Tiësto’s Club Life, Paul Oakenfold’s Planet Perfecto, David Guetta's radio show Radio DJ Mix, and Steve Aoki's BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix 2012.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ontario''</small> || http://dzekoandtorres.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://dzekoandtorres.com {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q18216843|Dzeko & Torres]]''' || musical duo || Dzeko & Torres were a Canadian production and DJ duo based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Teenagers Julian Dzeko and Luis Torres began their rise to fame around 2008. The duo has since released a number of singles in conjunction with labels such as Mixmash Records, Monstercat, and Musical Freedom Records. They released the EP Hey on Dim Mak Records in 2012, and have had airplay on radio stations including Tiësto’s Club Life, Paul Oakenfold’s Planet Perfecto, David Guetta's radio show Radio DJ Mix, and Steve Aoki's BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix 2012.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ontario''</small> || http://dzekoandtorres.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://dzekoandtorres.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5322383|E2 (TV channel)]]''' || television station || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Turkey''</small> || http://www.e2.tv.tr/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.e2.tv.tr/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5322383|E2 (TV channel)]]''' || television station || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Turkey''</small> || http://www.e2.tv.tr/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.e2.tv.tr/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q189635|Eagles (band)]]''' || band || <br/><small>''1980 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://www.eagles.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.eagles.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q24891257|Eagle Houston]]''' || || Eagle Houston, also known as The Eagle, was a gay bar in Montrose, Houston, Texas. The bar was forced to close in January 2016 due to a fire.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Texas''</small> || http://houstoneagle.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://houstoneagle.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5333149|Eco Örebro]]''' || basketball team || Eco Örebro is a Swedish professional basketball club in Örebro. They played in the Basketligan, the highest tier in Sweden, from the 2009–10 season.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Sweden''</small> || http://www.ecoorebrobasket.se || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.ecoorebrobasket.se {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5333149|Eco Örebro]]''' || basketball team || Eco Örebro is a Swedish professional basketball club in Örebro. They played in the Basketligan, the highest tier in Sweden, from the 2009–10 season.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Sweden''</small> || http://www.ecoorebrobasket.se || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.ecoorebrobasket.se {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q45845|EinsPlus]]''' || television station || EinsPlus was a digital television channel from the German broadcaster ARD and managed by ARD regional broadcaster SWR. The channel launched on 29 August 1997 under the name EinsMuXx, and was renamed EinsPlus on 23 April 2005.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Germany''</small> || http://www.einsplus.de || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.einsplus.de {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q45845|EinsPlus]]''' || television station || EinsPlus was a digital television channel from the German broadcaster ARD and managed by ARD regional broadcaster SWR. The channel launched on 29 August 1997 under the name EinsMuXx, and was renamed EinsPlus on 23 April 2005.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Germany''</small> || http://www.einsplus.de || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.einsplus.de {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q693371|Eisenhüttenstädter FC Stahl]]''' || association football club || Eisenhüttenstädter FC Stahl was a German association football club based in Eisenhüttenstadt, Brandenburg, near the Polish border.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Germany''</small> || http://www.efcstahl.de/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.efcstahl.de/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q693371|Eisenhüttenstädter FC Stahl]]''' || association football club || Eisenhüttenstädter FC Stahl was a German association football club based in Eisenhüttenstadt, Brandenburg, near the Polish border.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Germany''</small> || http://www.efcstahl.de/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.efcstahl.de/ {{notsaved}}]
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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 {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[: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 {{notsaved}}]
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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/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[: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/ {{notsaved}}]
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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 {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[: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 {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5373991|Empire! Empire! (I Was a Lonely Estate)]]''' || musical ensemble ||  || http://www.empireempireband.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.empireempireband.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3053836|Encore Avenue]]''' || specialty channel || Encore Avenue was a Canadian English language Category A premium cable and satellite television channel that was owned by Corus Entertainment. Encore Avenue was designated to operate west of the Ontario-Manitoba border, including the territories. The channel offered a variety of classic films from the 1970s to the 1990s, with films from the early 2000s interspersed within the schedule. || http://www.encoreavenue.ca || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.encoreavenue.ca {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16937174|Energia Lignitul Pandurii Târgu Jiu]]''' || handball team || Energia Lignitul Pandurii Târgu Jiu was a handball team from Târgu Jiu, Romania, that played in the Romanian Liga Naţională.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Romania''</small> || http://www.csenergia.ro/category/handbal/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.csenergia.ro/category/handbal/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16937174|Energia Lignitul Pandurii Târgu Jiu]]''' || handball team || Energia Lignitul Pandurii Târgu Jiu was a handball team from Târgu Jiu, Romania, that played in the Romanian Liga Naţională.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Romania''</small> || http://www.csenergia.ro/category/handbal/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.csenergia.ro/category/handbal/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q654883|Eska TV]]''' || television station || Eska TV is a free-to-air 24-hour Polish language music channel launched on August 8, 2008 in Poland. In the beginning the channel was only on the Internet. After receiving the license for satellite broadcasting, 28 May 2009 got to offer DTH platform n. April 26, 2011 received a concession for digital terrestrial broadcasting. The channel will be in the first DTT multiplex. || http://www.eska.tv/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.eska.tv/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4177182|Esli]]''' || magazine || Esli (, Russian for "If") was a Russian science fiction literary magazine. It was started in 1991 in Moscow, as a publisher of foreign SF stories, but soon broadened its format to include Russophone writers as well. In the 2000s, Esli also started publishing fantasy short stories and articles on futurology.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Russia''</small> || http://www.esli.ru/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.esli.ru/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4177182|Esli]]''' || magazine || Esli (, Russian for "If") was a Russian science fiction literary magazine. It was started in 1991 in Moscow, as a publisher of foreign SF stories, but soon broadened its format to include Russophone writers as well. In the 2000s, Esli also started publishing fantasy short stories and articles on futurology.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Russia''</small> || http://www.esli.ru/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.esli.ru/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q449646|Eurohypo]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Germany''</small> || http://www.eurohypo.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.eurohypo.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q449646|Eurohypo]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Germany''</small> || http://www.eurohypo.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.eurohypo.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5412386|European Coastal Airlines]]''' || airline || European Coastal Airlines was a Croatian seaplane operator headquartered in Split. Founded in 2000, the company launched scheduled services in August 2014 and served domestic flights within Croatia as well as services to nearby Italy. || http://www.ec-air.eu/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.ec-air.eu/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5412386|European Coastal Airlines]]''' || airline || European Coastal Airlines was a Croatian seaplane operator headquartered in Split. Founded in 2000, the company launched scheduled services in August 2014 and served domestic flights within Croatia as well as services to nearby Italy. || http://www.ec-air.eu/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.ec-air.eu/ {{notsaved}}]
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| rowspan=3 | '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1142069|European Union Civil Service Tribunal]]''' || rowspan=3 | tribunal || rowspan=3 | The European Union Civil Service Tribunal was a specialised court within the Court of Justice of the European Union. It was established on 2 December 2005. It ceased to exist on 1 September 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the European Union''</small> || rowspan=3 | http://curia.europa.eu/ || rowspan=3 | [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://curia.europa.eu/ {{saved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q994003|Evolution Studios]]''' || video game developer ||  || http://www.evos.net/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.evos.net/ {{notsaved}}]
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| rowspan=3 | '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3061762|Examiner.com]]''' || rowspan=3 | website || rowspan=3 | Examiner.com was an American news website based in Denver, Colorado, that operated using a network of "pro–am contributors"' for content. It had various local editions with contributors posting city-based items tailored to 238 markets throughout the United States and parts of Canada in two putative national editions, one for each country. || rowspan=3 | http://www.examiner.com || rowspan=3 | [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.examiner.com {{saved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5419401|Excel Homes]]''' || business ||  || http://www.excelhomes.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.excelhomes.com {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5419401|Excel Homes]]''' || business ||  || http://www.excelhomes.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.excelhomes.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q21036371|Express Airways]]''' || business ||  || http://www.express-airways.com/index.htm || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.express-airways.com/index.htm {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q21036371|Express Airways]]''' || business ||  || http://www.express-airways.com/index.htm || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.express-airways.com/index.htm {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q660798|Eyesburn]]''' || band || Eyesburn was a Serbian band which combined hardcore punk and crossover thrash with reggae music. || http://www.eyesburn.net || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.eyesburn.net {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q487638|F.Cuz]]''' || boy band || F.CUZ (, "Focus"), is a South Korean boy band that used to be managed by Tunes-Will Entertainment, and is now promoting as an independent group (before 2014 by CAN Entertainment). The group made their debut on January 8, 2010 with their first single, "Jiggy" on Music Bank. F.Cuz originally debuted as a four-member group (Jinon, LeeU, Kan, and Yejun), but LeeU made his departure on August 23, 2011 to pursue a solo career. F.Cuz promoted shortly as three-member group in Japan, but were joined by new members Daegeon and Raehyun in 2012. Their contract with Tunes-Will expired in September 2016, and they are now independent. The official fanclub for F.Cuz is 'For U' and their color is Twinkle Light Silver. The meaning of the group is "A five-points star" as in five members that complete F.CUZ, and "U+U = F.CUZ+FORU" as in the group and their fans being one.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in South Korea''</small> || http://www.fcuz.co.kr/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.fcuz.co.kr/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q487638|F.Cuz]]''' || boy band || F.CUZ (, "Focus"), is a South Korean boy band that used to be managed by Tunes-Will Entertainment, and is now promoting as an independent group (before 2014 by CAN Entertainment). The group made their debut on January 8, 2010 with their first single, "Jiggy" on Music Bank. F.Cuz originally debuted as a four-member group (Jinon, LeeU, Kan, and Yejun), but LeeU made his departure on August 23, 2011 to pursue a solo career. F.Cuz promoted shortly as three-member group in Japan, but were joined by new members Daegeon and Raehyun in 2012. Their contract with Tunes-Will expired in September 2016, and they are now independent. The official fanclub for F.Cuz is 'For U' and their color is Twinkle Light Silver. The meaning of the group is "A five-points star" as in five members that complete F.CUZ, and "U+U = F.CUZ+FORU" as in the group and their fans being one.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in South Korea''</small> || http://www.fcuz.co.kr/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.fcuz.co.kr/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q27557140|FBK Kaunas (2012)]]''' ||  || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Lithuania''</small> || http://www.fbk-kaunas.lt/main.php || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.fbk-kaunas.lt/main.php {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q27557140|FBK Kaunas (2012)]]''' ||  || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Lithuania''</small> || http://www.fbk-kaunas.lt/main.php || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.fbk-kaunas.lt/main.php {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q18639206|FC Argeș 1953 Pitești]]''' || association football club || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Romania''</small> || http://www.fcarges1953.ro/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.fcarges1953.ro/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q18639206|FC Argeș 1953 Pitești]]''' || association football club || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Romania''</small> || http://www.fcarges1953.ro/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.fcarges1953.ro/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1386940|FC Bihor Oradea]]''' || association football club || FC Bihor Oradea continued the football tradition in Oradea after the dissolution of a much greater club, CA Oradea. Founded under the name of Crişul Oradea on 1 April 1958, it has a short activity in the city championship and then in the regional championship. In 1960 the team merged with the footwear factory, Solidaritatea ("Solidarity"), and finishing first in the 1960–61 regional championship, it promoted to the Divizia B after a play-off at Sinaia, on Carpați Stadium.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Romania''</small> || http://www.fcbihor.ro/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.fcbihor.ro/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1386940|FC Bihor Oradea]]''' || association football club || FC Bihor Oradea continued the football tradition in Oradea after the dissolution of a much greater club, CA Oradea. Founded under the name of Crişul Oradea on 1 April 1958, it has a short activity in the city championship and then in the regional championship. In 1960 the team merged with the footwear factory, Solidaritatea ("Solidarity"), and finishing first in the 1960–61 regional championship, it promoted to the Divizia B after a play-off at Sinaia, on Carpați Stadium.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Romania''</small> || http://www.fcbihor.ro/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.fcbihor.ro/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q20647262|FC Fargo]]''' || association football team || FC Fargo was an American Semi-Professional soccer team based in Fargo, North Dakota. The team was sanctioned by the United States Adult Soccer Association (USASA) as a member of the American Premier League<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in North Dakota''</small> || http://fcfargo.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://fcfargo.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q735624|FC Hoverla Uzhhorod]]''' || association football club || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ukraine''</small> || http://fcgoverla.uz.ua/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://fcgoverla.uz.ua/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q735624|FC Hoverla Uzhhorod]]''' || association football club || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ukraine''</small> || http://fcgoverla.uz.ua/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://fcgoverla.uz.ua/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2560316|FC MITOS Novocherkassk]]''' || association football club || FC MITOS Novocherkassk was a Russian association football club from Novocherkassk, founded in 1999 as amateur club by construction company MITOS. In 2008 FC MITOS had its debut in semi-professional championship in the first league of Rostov Oblast, where it became the champion. In 2009 the club was supposed to participate in the highest league of Rostov Oblast, but applied for participation in the third Russian division (South zone), where it became the third this year. Since 2010 it played in the third-tier Russian Professional Football League (South zone). It was not registered for professional competition for the 2016–17 season.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Russia''</small> || http://fcmitos.ru/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://fcmitos.ru/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2560316|FC MITOS Novocherkassk]]''' || association football club || FC MITOS Novocherkassk was a Russian association football club from Novocherkassk, founded in 1999 as amateur club by construction company MITOS. In 2008 FC MITOS had its debut in semi-professional championship in the first league of Rostov Oblast, where it became the champion. In 2009 the club was supposed to participate in the highest league of Rostov Oblast, but applied for participation in the third Russian division (South zone), where it became the third this year. Since 2010 it played in the third-tier Russian Professional Football League (South zone). It was not registered for professional competition for the 2016–17 season.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Russia''</small> || http://fcmitos.ru/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://fcmitos.ru/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q207462|FC Metalist Kharkiv]]''' || association football club || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ukraine''</small> || http://metalist.ua/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://metalist.ua/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q207462|FC Metalist Kharkiv]]''' || association football club || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ukraine''</small> || http://metalist.ua/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://metalist.ua/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q643083|FC Volga Nizhny Novgorod]]''' || association football club || FC Volga Nizhny Novgorod was a Russian football club from Nizhny Novgorod, founded in 1998. In 2008, FC Volga won the Ural-Povolzhye (Volga Region in Russian) zone of the Russian Second Division and advanced to the Russian First Division. In 2010 they promoted to the Russian Premier League. After the 2013-14 season, they were relegated to the second level once more. On 15 June 2016, the club was dissolved due to inability to service the accumulated debts.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Russia''</small> || http://www.fcvolgann.ru/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.fcvolgann.ru/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q643083|FC Volga Nizhny Novgorod]]''' || association football club || FC Volga Nizhny Novgorod was a Russian football club from Nizhny Novgorod, founded in 1998. In 2008, FC Volga won the Ural-Povolzhye (Volga Region in Russian) zone of the Russian Second Division and advanced to the Russian First Division. In 2010 they promoted to the Russian Premier League. After the 2013-14 season, they were relegated to the second level once more. On 15 June 2016, the club was dissolved due to inability to service the accumulated debts.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Russia''</small> || http://www.fcvolgann.ru/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.fcvolgann.ru/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q881150|FFC Heike Rheine]]''' || women's association football team || FFC Heike Rheine was a German women's football club based in Rheine, North Rhine-Westphalia. Heike Rheine was the first independent women's football club in Germany.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Germany''</small> || http://www.ffc-heike-rheine.de/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.ffc-heike-rheine.de/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q881150|FFC Heike Rheine]]''' || women's association football team || FFC Heike Rheine was a German women's football club based in Rheine, North Rhine-Westphalia. Heike Rheine was the first independent women's football club in Germany.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Germany''</small> || http://www.ffc-heike-rheine.de/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.ffc-heike-rheine.de/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q157015|FHM]]''' || magazine || FHM is a defunct monthly men's lifestyle magazine, currently operating solely online. It contains features such as the FHM 100 Sexiest Women in the World, which has featured models, TV presenters, reality stars and singers.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.fhm.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.fhm.com {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q157015|FHM]]''' || magazine || FHM is a defunct monthly men's lifestyle magazine, currently operating solely online. It contains features such as the FHM 100 Sexiest Women in the World, which has featured models, TV presenters, reality stars and singers.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.fhm.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.fhm.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q995045|FK Kruoja Pakruojis]]''' || association football club || FK Kruoja Pakruojis was a Lithuanian football club from the city of Pakruojis. The team first played in the A Lyga, Lithuania's top football division, in 2009. They were promoted after FBK Kaunas and Atlantas Klaipėda voluntarily withdrew. The team's colours are yellow and blue. The club plays at Pakruojis stadium (capacity 2000).<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Lithuania''</small> || http://fkkruoja.lt/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://fkkruoja.lt/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q995045|FK Kruoja Pakruojis]]''' || association football club || FK Kruoja Pakruojis was a Lithuanian football club from the city of Pakruojis. The team first played in the A Lyga, Lithuania's top football division, in 2009. They were promoted after FBK Kaunas and Atlantas Klaipėda voluntarily withdrew. The team's colours are yellow and blue. The club plays at Pakruojis stadium (capacity 2000).<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Lithuania''</small> || http://fkkruoja.lt/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://fkkruoja.lt/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2694215|FVK (band)]]''' || band ||  || http://www.fearlessvampirekillers.co.uk || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.fearlessvampirekillers.co.uk {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q24908801|FYI TV18]]''' ||  || }}FYI TV18 is a lifestyle-based network owned by a joint venture between A+E Networks and TV18. || http://www.Fyitv18.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.Fyitv18.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4356667|Fairlight (company)]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.fairlightau.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.fairlightau.com {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4356667|Fairlight (company)]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.fairlightau.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.fairlightau.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5445399|Ferrobaires]]''' || public company || The Unidad Ejecutora del Plan Ferroviario Provincial (UEPFP) (in English: "Executive Unit of the Provincial Railway Plan"), mostly known for its trade name Ferrobaires, was a public railway company which operated extensive long-distance passenger trains throughout Buenos Aires Province in Argentina. The company was primarily owned and funded by the Buenos Aires provincial government led by Eduardo Duhalde. The name "Ferrobaires" is a combination of the Spanish words for "Rail Buenos Aires."<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Argentina''</small> || http://www.ferrobaires.gba.gov.ar/ferrobaires/web/#&panel1-1 || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.ferrobaires.gba.gov.ar/ferrobaires/web/#&panel1-1 {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5445399|Ferrobaires]]''' || public company || The Unidad Ejecutora del Plan Ferroviario Provincial (UEPFP) (in English: "Executive Unit of the Provincial Railway Plan"), mostly known for its trade name Ferrobaires, was a public railway company which operated extensive long-distance passenger trains throughout Buenos Aires Province in Argentina. The company was primarily owned and funded by the Buenos Aires provincial government led by Eduardo Duhalde. The name "Ferrobaires" is a combination of the Spanish words for "Rail Buenos Aires."<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Argentina''</small> || http://www.ferrobaires.gba.gov.ar/ferrobaires/web/#&panel1-1 || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.ferrobaires.gba.gov.ar/ferrobaires/web/#&panel1-1 {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7389563|Fidobank]]''' || bank || Fidobank (formerly SEB Bank) is a bank of Ukraine that until 2012 belonged to the Swedish SEB Group. <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ukraine''</small> || https://www.fidobank.ua || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=https://www.fidobank.ua {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7389563|Fidobank]]''' || bank || Fidobank (formerly SEB Bank) is a bank of Ukraine that until 2012 belonged to the Swedish SEB Group. <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ukraine''</small> || https://www.fidobank.ua || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=https://www.fidobank.ua {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1001450|Finch (American band)]]''' || band ||  || http://finch-music.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://finch-music.com {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q682917|Firepower – The Royal Artillery Museum]]''' || museum ||  || http://www.firepower.org.uk/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.firepower.org.uk/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5453450|First Niagara Bank]]''' || business || First Niagara Bank was a Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation-insured regional banking corporation headquartered in Buffalo, New York. Its parent company, First Niagara Financial Group, Inc. was the 44th-largest bank in the United States with assets of over $37.1 billion as of June 30, 2013. || https://www.firstniagara.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=https://www.firstniagara.com {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5453450|First Niagara Bank]]''' || business || First Niagara Bank was a Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation-insured regional banking corporation headquartered in Buffalo, New York. Its parent company, First Niagara Financial Group, Inc. was the 44th-largest bank in the United States with assets of over $37.1 billion as of June 30, 2013. || https://www.firstniagara.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=https://www.firstniagara.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1419582|First TransPennine Express]]''' || transport company || First TransPennine Express was a British train operating company jointly owned by FirstGroup and Keolis which operated the TransPennine Express franchise. First TransPennine Express ran regular Express regional railway services between the major cities of Northern England as well as Scotland.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.tpexpress.co.uk || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.tpexpress.co.uk {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1419582|First TransPennine Express]]''' || transport company || First TransPennine Express was a British train operating company jointly owned by FirstGroup and Keolis which operated the TransPennine Express franchise. First TransPennine Express ran regular Express regional railway services between the major cities of Northern England as well as Scotland.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.tpexpress.co.uk || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.tpexpress.co.uk {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3746392|Flare (magazine)]]''' || magazine || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ontario''</small> || http://www.flare.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.flare.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3074454|Floyd Casey Stadium]]''' || stadium || Floyd Casey Stadium was a stadium in Waco, Texas. It was primarily used for football, and was the home field of the Baylor Bears. The stadium, located about four miles from the Baylor University campus, cost $1.8 million to build and sat 50,000 people. Originally named Baylor Stadium, it opened in 1950 with a Baylor game against the Houston Cougars. On December 7, 2013, Baylor played its last game in the stadium, against the Texas Longhorns, where the attendance record of 51,728 was established. Baylor won 19 of its final 20 games played at the stadium.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Texas''</small> || http://www.baylorbears.com/facilities/casey.html || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.baylorbears.com/facilities/casey.html {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3074454|Floyd Casey Stadium]]''' || stadium || Floyd Casey Stadium was a stadium in Waco, Texas. It was primarily used for football, and was the home field of the Baylor Bears. The stadium, located about four miles from the Baylor University campus, cost $1.8 million to build and sat 50,000 people. Originally named Baylor Stadium, it opened in 1950 with a Baylor game against the Houston Cougars. On December 7, 2013, Baylor played its last game in the stadium, against the Texas Longhorns, where the attendance record of 51,728 was established. Baylor won 19 of its final 20 games played at the stadium.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Texas''</small> || http://www.baylorbears.com/facilities/casey.html || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.baylorbears.com/facilities/casey.html {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16838702|Fly Eye Records]]''' || record label || Fly Eye Records was a record label founded by Calvin Harris in 2010. The label was first launched in May 2010 with the single "Gecko" from Mr Blink, a DJ who served as Harris' opening act. In 2014, the label formed a partnership with Sony/ATV Music Publishing. Most of the label's releases belong to the EDM genre. || http://www.flyeyerecords.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.flyeyerecords.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15750318|Focus on Alternative and Complementary Therapies]]''' || scientific journal || Focus on Alternative and Complementary Therapies was a peer-reviewed medical review journal covering complementary and alternative medicine. The journal's founder and editor-in-chief was Edzard Ernst (University of Exeter). Established in 1996, it was published by Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain. It was discontinued in 2016. || http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/(ISSN)2042-7166 || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/(ISSN)2042-7166 {{saved}}]
 
| [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/onlinelibrary.wiley.com onlinelibrary.wiley.com] || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/ccw40 ccw40] || 2017-07-11 || 98673
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1125615|For Today]]''' || band || For Today was an American Christian metalcore band from Sioux City, Iowa, formed in 2005. They have released two EPs: Your Moment, Your Life, Your Time and Prevailer, and six full-length albums: Ekklesia on April 1, 2008, Portraits on June 9, 2009, Breaker on August 31, 2010, Immortal on May 29, 2012, Fight the Silence on February 4, 2014 and Wake on October 2, 2015 || http://www.fortodayband.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.fortodayband.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4182271|For the Native Language!]]''' || political party || For the Native language! was a political party in Latvia. The party's leader was Vladimir Linderman.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Latvia''</small> || http://13janvarja.livejournal.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://13janvarja.livejournal.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4182271|For the Native Language!]]''' || political party || For the Native language! was a political party in Latvia. The party's leader was Vladimir Linderman.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Latvia''</small> || http://13janvarja.livejournal.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://13janvarja.livejournal.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5468890|Forest Grove Leader]]''' || newspaper || The Forest Grove Leader was a weekly community newspaper in Forest Grove in the U.S. state of Oregon. Started in 2012, it was published by the Oregonian Publishing Company, which also published The Hillsboro Argus newspaper and continues to publish The Oregonian. The free publication competed with the News-Times in the city, a suburb of the Portland metropolitan area. In January 2016, it was combined with two other newspapers to form the Washington County Argus, but the Argus ceased publication only 14 months later, in March 2017.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Oregon''</small> || http://www.oregonlive.com/leader/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.oregonlive.com/leader/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5468890|Forest Grove Leader]]''' || newspaper || The Forest Grove Leader was a weekly community newspaper in Forest Grove in the U.S. state of Oregon. Started in 2012, it was published by the Oregonian Publishing Company, which also published The Hillsboro Argus newspaper and continues to publish The Oregonian. The free publication competed with the News-Times in the city, a suburb of the Portland metropolitan area. In January 2016, it was combined with two other newspapers to form the Washington County Argus, but the Argus ceased publication only 14 months later, in March 2017.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Oregon''</small> || http://www.oregonlive.com/leader/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.oregonlive.com/leader/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5469301|Forestville High School]]''' || high school || Forestville High School was a public magnet high school located in Forestville, a section of unincorporated Prince George's County, Maryland, United States. The school had a comprehensive program with a specialized Military Academy magnet program. || http://www1.pgcps.org/forestville/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www1.pgcps.org/forestville/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5474997|Four (New Zealand TV channel)]]''' || television channel || || http://www.four.co.nz/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.four.co.nz/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q972741|Fort Lauderdale Strikers]]''' || association football club || The Fort Lauderdale Strikers were an American professional soccer team based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida founded in 2006, that last played in the North American Soccer League (NASL), the second tier of the American soccer pyramid in 2016. They mostly played their home games in Central Broward Stadium. The Strikers were named after the original Strikers, who played in the old North American Soccer League from 1977 to 1983.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Florida''</small> || http://www.strikers.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.strikers.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q495107|Fox Life]]''' || television channel || Fox Life is an international pay television network, launched by the Fox Broadcasting Company in 2004, which airs across Latin America, Europe (also available in HD, starting February 2012, in Italy), Southeast Asia, and Japan (changed its name to FOX bs238 in October 2011). Its basic programming include numerous television series, sitcoms and movies, among others, which includes some original programming in certain regions.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the Netherlands''</small> || http://www.foxlife.it/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.foxlife.it/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q495107|Fox Life]]''' || television channel || Fox Life is an international pay television network, launched by the Fox Broadcasting Company in 2004, which airs across Latin America, Europe (also available in HD, starting February 2012, in Italy), Southeast Asia, and Japan (changed its name to FOX bs238 in October 2011). Its basic programming include numerous television series, sitcoms and movies, among others, which includes some original programming in certain regions.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the Netherlands''</small> || http://www.foxlife.it/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.foxlife.it/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5500509|Freedom Communications]]''' ||  || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://www.freedom.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.freedom.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5500509|Freedom Communications]]''' ||  || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://www.freedom.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.freedom.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5500848|Freedom to Marry]]''' || nonprofit organization || Freedom to Marry was the national bipartisan organization dedicated to winning marriage for same-sex couples in the United States. Freedom to Marry was founded in New York City in 2003 by Evan Wolfson. Wolfson served as president of the organization through the June 2015 victory at the Supreme Court, until the organization's official closing in February 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in New York (state)''</small> || http://www.freedomtomarry.org/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.freedomtomarry.org/ {{saved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5504196|Friends Reunited]]''' || website || Friends Reunited was a portfolio of social networking websites based upon the themes of reunion with research, dating and job-hunting. The first and eponymous website was created by a husband and wife team in the classic back bedroom internet start-up; it was the first online social network to achieve prominence in Britain, and it weathered the dotcom bust.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.friendsreunited.co.uk/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.friendsreunited.co.uk/ {{saved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5504196|Friends Reunited]]''' || website || Friends Reunited was a portfolio of social networking websites based upon the themes of reunion with research, dating and job-hunting. The first and eponymous website was created by a husband and wife team in the classic back bedroom internet start-up; it was the first online social network to achieve prominence in Britain, and it weathered the dotcom bust.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.friendsreunited.co.uk/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.friendsreunited.co.uk/ {{saved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q916973|Funeral for a Friend]]''' || band || Funeral for a Friend were a Welsh post-hardcore band from Bridgend, formed in 2001. The band consisted of lead vocalist Matthew Davies-Kreye and guitarist Kris Coombs-Roberts for its entire history, with Darran Smith (guitar), Gareth Davies (bass) and Ryan Richards (drums and screaming vocals) completing the line-up for the band's first four studio albums. Between 2008 and 2012 the band transitioned towards its final line-up, which saw Davies-Kreye and Coombs-Roberts alongside guitarist and occasional vocalist Gavin Burrough, bassist Richard Boucher and drummer Pat Lundy (who left the band in 2014). || http://www.funeralforafriend.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.funeralforafriend.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5513405|GHA Coaches]]''' || bus company || GHA Coaches was a bus and coach operator serving North East Wales, Cheshire and Shropshire. It also operated bus services extending into Telford & Wrekin, Staffordshire, Gwynedd and Merseyside.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.ghacoaches.co.uk || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.ghacoaches.co.uk {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5513405|GHA Coaches]]''' || bus company || GHA Coaches was a bus and coach operator serving North East Wales, Cheshire and Shropshire. It also operated bus services extending into Telford & Wrekin, Staffordshire, Gwynedd and Merseyside.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.ghacoaches.co.uk || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.ghacoaches.co.uk {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2177573|Galahad, Alberta]]''' || hamlet in Alberta || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Alberta''</small> || http://www.flagstaff.ab.ca/hamlets || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.flagstaff.ab.ca/hamlets {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5519787|GamePolitics.com]]''' || blog || GamePolitics.com was a blog which covers the politics of computer and video games. GamePolitics was launched by freelance journalist Dennis McCauley in March 2005. At the time, McCauley was the video game columnist for the Philadelphia Inquirer, a position he held from 1998-2009. Growing somewhat bored of writing video game reviews, McCauley created GamePolitics in order to track the political, legal and cultural impact of video games. The site was often referred to as GP by followers. || http://www.gamepolitics.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.gamepolitics.com/ {{saved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5519787|GamePolitics.com]]''' || blog || GamePolitics.com was a blog which covers the politics of computer and video games. GamePolitics was launched by freelance journalist Dennis McCauley in March 2005. At the time, McCauley was the video game columnist for the Philadelphia Inquirer, a position he held from 1998-2009. Growing somewhat bored of writing video game reviews, McCauley created GamePolitics in order to track the political, legal and cultural impact of video games. The site was often referred to as GP by followers. || http://www.gamepolitics.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.gamepolitics.com/ {{saved}}]
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| rowspan=10 | '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q677385|GameTrailers]]''' || rowspan=10 | website || rowspan=10 | GameTrailers (GT) was an American video gaming website created by Geoffrey R. Grotz and Brandon Jones in 2002. The website specialized in multimedia content, including trailers and gameplay footage of upcoming and recently released video games, as well as an array of original video content focusing on video games, including reviews, countdown shows, and other web series. || rowspan=10 | http://www.gametrailers.com || rowspan=10 | [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.gametrailers.com {{saved}}]
 
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| rowspan=65 | '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3759027|Gawker]]''' || rowspan=65 | blog || rowspan=65 | Gawker was an American blog founded by Nick Denton and Elizabeth Spiers and based in New York City focusing on celebrities and the media industry. The blog promoted itself as "the source for daily Manhattan media news and gossip." According to third-party web analytics provider SimilarWeb, the site had over 23 million visits per month as of 2015. Founded in 2003, Gawker was the flagship blog for Denton's Gawker Media. Gawker Media also managed other blogs such as Jezebel, io9, Deadspin and Kotaku.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in New York (state)''</small> || rowspan=65 | https://gawker.com || rowspan=65 | [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=https://gawker.com {{saved}}]
 
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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/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[: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/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q19545379|Gazzetta TV]]''' || television channel || Gazzetta TV was an Italian terrestrial television channel owned by RCS MediaGroup, specialized in sports broadcastings edited of the editorial staff of the La Gazzetta dello Sport, Italian sports newspaper.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.gazzetta.tv/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.gazzetta.tv/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q19545379|Gazzetta TV]]''' || television channel || Gazzetta TV was an Italian terrestrial television channel owned by RCS MediaGroup, specialized in sports broadcastings edited of the editorial staff of the La Gazzetta dello Sport, Italian sports newspaper.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.gazzetta.tv/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.gazzetta.tv/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7355566|Gemporia]]''' ||  || }}Gemporia is a British television and online jewellery retailer. The main television channel operated by the business is Gems TV, a reverse auction jewellery shopping channel, the first dedicated reverse auction channel in the UK. The channel is available on Sky, Virgin Media, Freesat, Freeview and online. The channel operations are based at Eagle Road Studios in Redditch, near Birmingham. As of 2018, the channel broadcast live 24 hours a day on television and online at gemporia.com. || http://www.gemporia.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.gemporia.com {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5546575|George Wythe University]]''' || university || George Wythe University (GWU) was a non-profit classical liberal arts school in Salt Lake City, Utah which offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in the liberal arts, education and political philosophy. GWU's curriculum borrows from the Great Books of the Western World published in 1952 by Britannica, and its methodology is based on the Socratic seminar and Oxford tutorial models. The school is named in honor of George Wythe, mentor to Thomas Jefferson. GWU is unaccredited. The college closed in August 2016, and is no longer enrolling students.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Utah''</small> || http://www.gw.edu || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.gw.edu {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5546575|George Wythe University]]''' || university || George Wythe University (GWU) was a non-profit classical liberal arts school in Salt Lake City, Utah which offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in the liberal arts, education and political philosophy. GWU's curriculum borrows from the Great Books of the Western World published in 1952 by Britannica, and its methodology is based on the Socratic seminar and Oxford tutorial models. The school is named in honor of George Wythe, mentor to Thomas Jefferson. GWU is unaccredited. The college closed in August 2016, and is no longer enrolling students.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Utah''</small> || http://www.gw.edu || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.gw.edu {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5564895|Gisela (magazine)]]''' || periodical literature || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Peru''</small> || http://revistagisela.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://revistagisela.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5564895|Gisela (magazine)]]''' || periodical literature || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Peru''</small> || http://revistagisela.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://revistagisela.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5205600|Global Buddhist Network]]''' || television channel || The Global Buddhist Network (GBN), previously known as the Dhammakaya Media Channel (DMC) is a Thai online television channel concerned with Buddhism. The channel's taglines were "The secrets of life revealed" and "The only one", but these were later replaced by "Channel for the path to the cessation of suffering and attainment of Dhamma". The channel features many types of programs with Buddhist content, and has programs in several languages.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Thailand''</small> || http://www.dmc.tv || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.dmc.tv {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5205600|Global Buddhist Network]]''' || television channel || The Global Buddhist Network (GBN), previously known as the Dhammakaya Media Channel (DMC) is a Thai online television channel concerned with Buddhism. The channel's taglines were "The secrets of life revealed" and "The only one", but these were later replaced by "Channel for the path to the cessation of suffering and attainment of Dhamma". The channel features many types of programs with Buddhist content, and has programs in several languages.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Thailand''</small> || http://www.dmc.tv || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.dmc.tv {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q644089|Gloucester Shire]]''' || former local government area of Australia || Gloucester Shire was a local government area in the Mid North Coast and Upper Hunter regions of New South Wales, Australia. The Shire was situated adjacent to the Bucketts Way and the North Coast railway line.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.gloucester.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.gloucester.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q644089|Gloucester Shire]]''' || former local government area of Australia || Gloucester Shire was a local government area in the Mid North Coast and Upper Hunter regions of New South Wales, Australia. The Shire was situated adjacent to the Bucketts Way and the North Coast railway line.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.gloucester.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.gloucester.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q12831|Gossip (band)]]''' || band ||  || http://www.gossipyouth.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.gossipyouth.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q41256|Graveyard (band)]]''' || band ||  || http://www.myspace.com/graveyardsongs || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.myspace.com/graveyardsongs {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q753474|Great Lakes Council]]''' || former local government area of Australia || Great Lakes Council was a local government area in the Mid North Coast region of New South Wales, Australia. The area is situated adjacent to the shores of Port Stephens, Myall Lakes and Wallis Lake and the Pacific Highway and the Lakes Way. On 12 May 2016 the Council was dissolved and the area included in the Mid-Coast Council, along with City of Greater Taree and Gloucester Shire.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.greatlakes.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.greatlakes.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q753474|Great Lakes Council]]''' || former local government area of Australia || Great Lakes Council was a local government area in the Mid North Coast region of New South Wales, Australia. The area is situated adjacent to the shores of Port Stephens, Myall Lakes and Wallis Lake and the Pacific Highway and the Lakes Way. On 12 May 2016 the Council was dissolved and the area included in the Mid-Coast Council, along with City of Greater Taree and Gloucester Shire.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.greatlakes.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.greatlakes.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5600663|Greater Media]]''' || business || Greater Media, Inc., known as Greater Media, was an American media company that specialized in radio stations. The markets where they owned radio stations included Boston, Detroit, Philadelphia, Charlotte, and the state of New Jersey. The company was formed in 1956 in Southbridge, Massachusetts, and its headquarters were located in Braintree, Massachusetts.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Massachusetts''</small> || http://www.greater-media.com/index.php || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.greater-media.com/index.php {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5600663|Greater Media]]''' || business || Greater Media, Inc., known as Greater Media, was an American media company that specialized in radio stations. The markets where they owned radio stations included Boston, Detroit, Philadelphia, Charlotte, and the state of New Jersey. The company was formed in 1956 in Southbridge, Massachusetts, and its headquarters were located in Braintree, Massachusetts.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Massachusetts''</small> || http://www.greater-media.com/index.php || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.greater-media.com/index.php {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5614792|Guelph Mercury]]''' || daily newspaper || The Guelph Mercury was an English language daily newspaper published in Guelph, Ontario, Canada. It published a mix of community, national and international news and is owned by the Torstar Corporation. The newspaper, in many incarnations, was a part of the community since 1854. It was one of the oldest broadsheet newspapers in Ontario. Publication was discontinued in late January 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ontario''</small> || http://guelphmercury.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://guelphmercury.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5614792|Guelph Mercury]]''' || daily newspaper || The Guelph Mercury was an English language daily newspaper published in Guelph, Ontario, Canada. It published a mix of community, national and international news and is owned by the Torstar Corporation. The newspaper, in many incarnations, was a part of the community since 1854. It was one of the oldest broadsheet newspapers in Ontario. Publication was discontinued in late January 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ontario''</small> || http://guelphmercury.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://guelphmercury.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q753429|Gundagai Shire]]''' || local government area of New South Wales || Gundagai Shire was a local government area in the Riverina region of New South Wales, Australia. On 12 May 2016, Gundagai Shire was abolished and merged with the neighbouring Cootamundra Shire to establish Gundagai Council.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.gundagai.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.gundagai.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q753429|Gundagai Shire]]''' || local government area of New South Wales || Gundagai Shire was a local government area in the Riverina region of New South Wales, Australia. On 12 May 2016, Gundagai Shire was abolished and merged with the neighbouring Cootamundra Shire to establish Gundagai Council.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.gundagai.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.gundagai.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q753432|Guyra Shire]]''' || former local government area of Australia || Guyra Shire is the name of a former local government area located in the New England region of New South Wales, Australia. The shire was abolished on 12 May 2016, where the council, together with the Armidale Dumaresq Shire, was subsumed into the Armidale Regional Council with immediate effect.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://guyra.local-e.nsw.gov.au// || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://guyra.local-e.nsw.gov.au// {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q753432|Guyra Shire]]''' || former local government area of Australia || Guyra Shire is the name of a former local government area located in the New England region of New South Wales, Australia. The shire was abolished on 12 May 2016, where the council, together with the Armidale Dumaresq Shire, was subsumed into the Armidale Regional Council with immediate effect.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://guyra.local-e.nsw.gov.au// || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://guyra.local-e.nsw.gov.au// {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5629043|HBO Netherlands]]''' || television network ||  || http://www.itshbo.nl || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.itshbo.nl {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5629109|HCM Baia Mare (women's handball)]]''' || handball team || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Romania''</small> || http://www.hcmbaiamare.ro || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.hcmbaiamare.ro {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5629109|HCM Baia Mare (women's handball)]]''' || handball team || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Romania''</small> || http://www.hcmbaiamare.ro || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.hcmbaiamare.ro {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5630021|HK Magazine]]''' || magazine || HK Magazine was a free English-language alternative weekly published by HK Magazine Media Group in Hong Kong. Launched in 1991, it offered coverage of local affairs, social issues as well as entertainment listings. The 1000th issue was published in 2013, the same year that it was sold to the South China Morning Post (SCMP) group. The magazine printed its final issue on 7 October 2016. This was the third SCMP subsidiary to close since the takeover of the newspaper by the Alibaba Group.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Hong Kong''</small> || http://www.hk-magazine.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.hk-magazine.com {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5630021|HK Magazine]]''' || magazine || HK Magazine was a free English-language alternative weekly published by HK Magazine Media Group in Hong Kong. Launched in 1991, it offered coverage of local affairs, social issues as well as entertainment listings. The 1000th issue was published in 2013, the same year that it was sold to the South China Morning Post (SCMP) group. The magazine printed its final issue on 7 October 2016. This was the third SCMP subsidiary to close since the takeover of the newspaper by the Alibaba Group.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Hong Kong''</small> || http://www.hk-magazine.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.hk-magazine.com {{notsaved}}]
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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 {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[: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 {{notsaved}}]
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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/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[: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/ {{notsaved}}]
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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 {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[: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 {{notsaved}}]
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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/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[: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/ {{notsaved}}]
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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/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[: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/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3128837|Hayat TV (Turkey)]]''' || television station ||  || http://www.hayattv.net/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.hayattv.net/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3128837|Hayat TV (Turkey)]]''' || television station ||  || http://www.hayattv.net/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.hayattv.net/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2744019|Hermes Airlines]]''' || airline || Hermes Airlines was a Greek charter airline headquartered in Alimos. It operates charter flights around Europe and the Mediterranean using its own brand name as well as on behalf of other airlines.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Greece''</small> || http://www.hermesairlines.gr/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.hermesairlines.gr/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2744019|Hermes Airlines]]''' || airline || Hermes Airlines was a Greek charter airline headquartered in Alimos. It operates charter flights around Europe and the Mediterranean using its own brand name as well as on behalf of other airlines.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Greece''</small> || http://www.hermesairlines.gr/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.hermesairlines.gr/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5750787|Hibiscus (restaurant)]]''' || restaurant || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.hibiscusrestaurant.co.uk/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.hibiscusrestaurant.co.uk/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5750787|Hibiscus (restaurant)]]''' || restaurant || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.hibiscusrestaurant.co.uk/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.hibiscusrestaurant.co.uk/ {{notsaved}}]
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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/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[: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/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q19750492|Hometown (band)]]''' || band ||  || http://wearehometown.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://wearehometown.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5890624|Hometown Sports Indiana]]''' ||  || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Indiana''</small> || http://www.hometownsportsindiana.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.hometownsportsindiana.com {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5890624|Hometown Sports Indiana]]''' ||  || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Indiana''</small> || http://www.hometownsportsindiana.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.hometownsportsindiana.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3736837|Honest Ed's]]''' || department store || Honest Ed's was a landmark discount store in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It was named for its proprietor, Ed Mirvish, who opened the store in 1948 and oversaw its operations for almost 60 years until his death in 2007. The store continued to operate until it permanently closed on December 31, 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ontario''</small> || http://honesteds.sites.toronto.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://honesteds.sites.toronto.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3736837|Honest Ed's]]''' || department store || Honest Ed's was a landmark discount store in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It was named for its proprietor, Ed Mirvish, who opened the store in 1948 and oversaw its operations for almost 60 years until his death in 2007. The store continued to operate until it permanently closed on December 31, 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ontario''</small> || http://honesteds.sites.toronto.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://honesteds.sites.toronto.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q20857992|Hudson Valley Fort]]''' || sports team || The Hudson Valley Fort was a team in the Fall Experimental Football League (FXFL). The team played the 2015 season at Dutchess Stadium in Fishkill, New York.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in New York (state)''</small> || http://www.gofxfl.com/fort/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.gofxfl.com/fort/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15995145|HuffPost Live]]''' || broadcast network || HuffPost Live was an Internet-based video streaming network run by news website The Huffington Post. The network produced original programming as well as live conversations among users via platforms such as Skype and Google+. Live content was previously streamed for 8 hours each weekday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. EST. Instead of the usual TV news format of individual "shows", the network is divided into shorter segments covering an individual story or topic from the parent website as well as other segments pertaining to a specific part of the site itself (politics, money, front page, etc.) It launched on August 13, 2012. On January 8, 2016, Arianna Huffington announced that HuffPost Live would be scaled back to reorganize the Huffington Posts video strategy toward more shareable online content. Ever since this reorganization, HuffPost Live's programming has consisted of rerun content from previous truly live shows combined with a varying number of new live celebrity interviews per day before the cessation of new live content on March 28, 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United States''</small> || http://live.huffingtonpost.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://live.huffingtonpost.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15995145|HuffPost Live]]''' || broadcast network || HuffPost Live was an Internet-based video streaming network run by news website The Huffington Post. The network produced original programming as well as live conversations among users via platforms such as Skype and Google+. Live content was previously streamed for 8 hours each weekday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. EST. Instead of the usual TV news format of individual "shows", the network is divided into shorter segments covering an individual story or topic from the parent website as well as other segments pertaining to a specific part of the site itself (politics, money, front page, etc.) It launched on August 13, 2012. On January 8, 2016, Arianna Huffington announced that HuffPost Live would be scaled back to reorganize the Huffington Posts video strategy toward more shareable online content. Ever since this reorganization, HuffPost Live's programming has consisted of rerun content from previous truly live shows combined with a varying number of new live celebrity interviews per day before the cessation of new live content on March 28, 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United States''</small> || http://live.huffingtonpost.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://live.huffingtonpost.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1124892|Huracán Valencia CF]]''' || association football club || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the Valencian Community‎''</small> || http://www.huracancf.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.huracancf.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1638734|Hurstville City Council]]''' || former local government area of Australia || The Hurstville City Council was a local government area in the St George and southern region of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. The city centre of Hurstville is located southwest of Sydney and west of Botany Bay. Hurstville was incorporated as a municipality in 1887, declared a city in 1988, and abolished in 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia|Hurstville''</small> || http://www.hurstville.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.hurstville.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1638734|Hurstville City Council]]''' || former local government area of Australia || The Hurstville City Council was a local government area in the St George and southern region of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. The city centre of Hurstville is located southwest of Sydney and west of Botany Bay. Hurstville was incorporated as a municipality in 1887, declared a city in 1988, and abolished in 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia|Hurstville''</small> || http://www.hurstville.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.hurstville.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
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| rowspan=2 | '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17071137|IMC TV]]''' || rowspan=2 | television channel || rowspan=2 | 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. || rowspan=2 | http://www.imc-tv.com || rowspan=2 | [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.imc-tv.com {{saved}}]
 
| rowspan=2 | '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17071137|IMC TV]]''' || rowspan=2 | television channel || rowspan=2 | 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. || rowspan=2 | http://www.imc-tv.com || rowspan=2 | [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.imc-tv.com {{saved}}]
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| rowspan=3 | '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5974942|ITT Technical Institute]]''' || rowspan=3 | business || rowspan=3 | 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> || rowspan=3 | http://www.itt-tech.edu || rowspan=3 | [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.itt-tech.edu {{saved}}]
 
| rowspan=3 | '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5974942|ITT Technical Institute]]''' || rowspan=3 | business || rowspan=3 | 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> || rowspan=3 | http://www.itt-tech.edu || rowspan=3 | [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.itt-tech.edu {{saved}}]
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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 {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[: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 {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5975704|IWon]]''' || website ||  || http://iwon.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://iwon.com/ {{saved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5975704|IWon]]''' || website ||  || http://iwon.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://iwon.com/ {{saved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3147641|Ichannel]]''' || television channel || ichannel was a Canadian English language Category A specialty channel owned by Stornoway Communications. Its programs focused on public, social and current affairs. Its programming included films, documentaries, and talk shows.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Canada''</small> || http://www.ichannel.ca || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.ichannel.ca {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3147641|Ichannel]]''' || television channel || ichannel was a Canadian English language Category A specialty channel owned by Stornoway Communications. Its programs focused on public, social and current affairs. Its programming included films, documentaries, and talk shows.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Canada''</small> || http://www.ichannel.ca || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.ichannel.ca {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q23759273|Idaho Stampede]]''' || basketball team || The Idaho Stampede was an American basketball team in the NBA D-League, based in Boise, Idaho. They played their home games at the Ford Idaho Center in nearby Nampa from 1997 until they moved to CenturyLink Arena in Boise in 2005.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Idaho''</small> || http://idaho.dleague.nba.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://idaho.dleague.nba.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4888947|In Struggle]]''' || political organization || In Struggle was a Trotskyist organisation in Spain. It was part of the International Socialist Tendency led by the British Socialist Workers Party. The organisation produced a newspaper entitled En lucha.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Spain''</small> || http://www.enlluita.org/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.enlluita.org/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4888947|In Struggle]]''' || political organization || In Struggle was a Trotskyist organisation in Spain. It was part of the International Socialist Tendency led by the British Socialist Workers Party. The organisation produced a newspaper entitled En lucha.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Spain''</small> || http://www.enlluita.org/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.enlluita.org/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16848917|InStyle UK]]''' || magazine || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.instyle.co.uk/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.instyle.co.uk/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16848917|InStyle UK]]''' || magazine || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.instyle.co.uk/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.instyle.co.uk/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5921119|Iscomar]]''' || business || Iscomar (Compania Iscomar S.A.) was a company which operated a single ferry service between Alcudia on the Balearic island of Mallorca and Ciutadella on the Balearic island of Menorca. It used to operate ferry services from the Balearic's to the Spanish mainland. After 2009, Iscomar stopped operating all of its routes except its Alcudia - Ciutadella service. In September 2016, Iscomar closed down after operating for 37 years.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the Balearic Islands''</small> || http://www.iscomar.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.iscomar.com {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5921119|Iscomar]]''' || business || Iscomar (Compania Iscomar S.A.) was a company which operated a single ferry service between Alcudia on the Balearic island of Mallorca and Ciutadella on the Balearic island of Menorca. It used to operate ferry services from the Balearic's to the Spanish mainland. After 2009, Iscomar stopped operating all of its routes except its Alcudia - Ciutadella service. In September 2016, Iscomar closed down after operating for 37 years.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the Balearic Islands''</small> || http://www.iscomar.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.iscomar.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q18116909|Japan Innovation Party]]''' || political party || The was a political party in Japan. It was launched on 22 September 2014, following the merger of the Japan Restoration Party headed by Tōru Hashimoto, and the Unity Party, led by Kenji Eda. On 27 March 2016 the party merged with the Democratic Party of Japan and Vision of Reform to form the Democratic Party (Minshintō).<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Japan''</small> || http://ishinnotoh.jp/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://ishinnotoh.jp/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q18116909|Japan Innovation Party]]''' || political party || The was a political party in Japan. It was launched on 22 September 2014, following the merger of the Japan Restoration Party headed by Tōru Hashimoto, and the Unity Party, led by Kenji Eda. On 27 March 2016 the party merged with the Democratic Party of Japan and Vision of Reform to form the Democratic Party (Minshintō).<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Japan''</small> || http://ishinnotoh.jp/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://ishinnotoh.jp/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6159625|Jarden]]''' || business || Jarden was a U.S. consumer products company. Formed by the spin-out of Ball Corporation's canning business, the company became a wider conglomerate of consumer brands, particularly in the outdoors and home appliances market.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Florida''</small> || http://www.jarden.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.jarden.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6159625|Jarden]]''' || business || Jarden was a U.S. consumer products company. Formed by the spin-out of Ball Corporation's canning business, the company became a wider conglomerate of consumer brands, particularly in the outdoors and home appliances market.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Florida''</small> || http://www.jarden.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.jarden.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q753588|Jerilderie Shire]]''' || former local government area of Australia || Jerilderie Shire was a local government area in the Riverina region of southern New South Wales, Australia. The Shire was located adjacent to the Newell Highway. The Shire was declared in 1918 after the amalgamation of the former Municipality of Jerilderie (1889 - 1918) and Wunnamurra Shire (1906 - 1918). It was dissolved in 2016 after its amalgamation with Murrumbidgee Shire to create Murrumbidgee Council<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.jerilderie.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.jerilderie.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q753588|Jerilderie Shire]]''' || former local government area of Australia || Jerilderie Shire was a local government area in the Riverina region of southern New South Wales, Australia. The Shire was located adjacent to the Newell Highway. The Shire was declared in 1918 after the amalgamation of the former Municipality of Jerilderie (1889 - 1918) and Wunnamurra Shire (1906 - 1918). It was dissolved in 2016 after its amalgamation with Murrumbidgee Shire to create Murrumbidgee Council<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.jerilderie.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.jerilderie.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q27978223|Jimmy Mak's]]''' || venue || Jimmy Mak's was a jazz club in Portland, Oregon's Pearl District, in the United States. It was established in 1996 and closed on December 31, 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Oregon''</small> || http://www.jimmymaks.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.jimmymaks.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6329868|KGRU-LP]]''' || radio station || KGRU-LP (96.1 FM) was a radio station broadcasting a religious format. Licensed to Ellensburg, Washington, United States, the station was owned by The Great Round-Up Cowboy Church.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Washington (state)''</small> || http://www.greatroundup.org/kgru-radio/index.html || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.greatroundup.org/kgru-radio/index.html {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15231770|KQNG (AM)]]''' || radio station || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Hawaii''</small> || http://www.kuai720am.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.kuai720am.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6214254|Joey + Rory]]''' || band ||  || http://joeyandrory.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://joeyandrory.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q14684815|KSBP-LP]]''' || radio station || KSBP-LP (101.1 FM) was a radio station licensed to Parachute, Colorado, United States. The station was owned by KSUN Community Radio.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Colorado''</small> || http://www.ksunradio.org || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.ksunradio.org {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6340055|KVIM-LP]]''' || radio station || KVIM-LP (92.7 FM) was a non-commercial low power FM radio station airing religious programming in Juneau, Alaska.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Alaska''</small> || http://www.calvaryfellowshipjuneau.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.calvaryfellowshipjuneau.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6340314|KVTV]]''' || television station || KVTV, virtual and VHF digital channel 13, was a CBS-affiliated television station licensed to Laredo, Texas, United States. The station was owned by Eagle Creek Broadcasting.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Texas''</small> || http://kvtv13laredo.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://kvtv13laredo.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6340314|KVTV]]''' || television station || KVTV, virtual and VHF digital channel 13, was a CBS-affiliated television station licensed to Laredo, Texas, United States. The station was owned by Eagle Creek Broadcasting.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Texas''</small> || http://kvtv13laredo.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://kvtv13laredo.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6360533|Kanaltürk]]''' || television channel || Kanaltürk was a TV channel in Turkey. || http://www.kanalturk.com.tr/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.kanalturk.com.tr/ {{saved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6342654|KZSO-LP]]''' || radio station || KZSO-LP (94.9 FM) was a radio station broadcasting a variety music format. Licensed to Sisters, Oregon, United States, the station was owned by Sisters School District #6, Deschutes County.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Oregon''</small> || http://www.kzsoradio.org || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.kzsoradio.org {{notsaved}}]
| [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/www.kanalturk.com.tr www.kanalturk.com.tr] || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/721vp 721vp] || 2016-08-08 || 5
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q124459|Kara (South Korean band)]]''' || girl group ||  || http://kara.dspenter.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://kara.dspenter.com {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q21190732|Kaymu Pakistan]]''' || website || Kaymu Pakistan was an e-commerce portal based in Pakistan. On 2016 Rocket Internet merged ecommerce site Kaymu into Daraz. Kaymu stopped its operations officially in Pakistan on 5 July 2017.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Pakistan''</small> || http://www.kaymu.pk/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.kaymu.pk/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q21190732|Kaymu Pakistan]]''' || website || Kaymu Pakistan was an e-commerce portal based in Pakistan. On 2016 Rocket Internet merged ecommerce site Kaymu into Daraz. Kaymu stopped its operations officially in Pakistan on 5 July 2017.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Pakistan''</small> || http://www.kaymu.pk/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.kaymu.pk/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1383157|Kazaky]]''' || band || Kazaky was a Ukrainian-based synthpop dance boyband from Ukraine, made up of Kyryll Fedorenko, Artur Gaspar and Artemiy Lazarev. Assembled in Kiev in 2010 by former original member Zhezhel, a skilled choreographer, the group has released two albums and several singles so far. In 2016 the group announced they were disbanding saying "It's time to create new interesting things" with the group members pursuing solo careers. || http://www.kazaky.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.kazaky.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q695939|Khazar Lankaran FK]]''' || association football club || Khazar Lankaran FK is an Azerbaijani football club based in Lankaran, who last played in the Azerbaijan Premier League during the 2015–16 season. Since the summer of 2016 the club has concentrated on youth football. Since foundation in 2004, they played in the Azerbaijan Premier League for twelve-seasons, winning the title once, and the Azerbaijan Cup three times. Khazar were also a member of the European Club Association, an organization that replaced the previous G-14 which consists of major football clubs in Europe.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Azerbaijan''</small> || http://www.lankaranfc.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.lankaranfc.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q695939|Khazar Lankaran FK]]''' || association football club || Khazar Lankaran FK is an Azerbaijani football club based in Lankaran, who last played in the Azerbaijan Premier League during the 2015–16 season. Since the summer of 2016 the club has concentrated on youth football. Since foundation in 2004, they played in the Azerbaijan Premier League for twelve-seasons, winning the title once, and the Azerbaijan Cup three times. Khazar were also a member of the European Club Association, an organization that replaced the previous G-14 which consists of major football clubs in Europe.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Azerbaijan''</small> || http://www.lankaranfc.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.lankaranfc.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| rowspan=4 | '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17062285|KickassTorrents]]''' || rowspan=4 | website || rowspan=4 | KickassTorrents (commonly abbreviated KAT) was a website that provided a directory for torrent files and magnet links to facilitate peer-to-peer file sharing using the BitTorrent protocol. It was founded in 2008 and by November 2014, KAT became the most visited BitTorrent directory in the world, overtaking The Pirate Bay, according to the site's Alexa ranking. KAT went offline on 20 July 2016 when the domain was seized by the U.S. government. The site's proxy servers were shut down by its staff at the same time. || rowspan=4 | http://kat.cr || rowspan=4 | [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://kat.cr {{saved}}]
 
| rowspan=4 | '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17062285|KickassTorrents]]''' || rowspan=4 | website || rowspan=4 | KickassTorrents (commonly abbreviated KAT) was a website that provided a directory for torrent files and magnet links to facilitate peer-to-peer file sharing using the BitTorrent protocol. It was founded in 2008 and by November 2014, KAT became the most visited BitTorrent directory in the world, overtaking The Pirate Bay, according to the site's Alexa ranking. KAT went offline on 20 July 2016 when the domain was seized by the U.S. government. The site's proxy servers were shut down by its staff at the same time. || rowspan=4 | http://kat.cr || rowspan=4 | [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://kat.cr {{saved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q284224|Kogarah City Council]]''' || former local government area of Australia || The Kogarah City Council was a local government area in the St George region of southern Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. The centre of the city is located south-west of the Sydney central business district and west of Botany Bay.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia|Kogarah''</small> || http://www.kogarah.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.kogarah.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q284224|Kogarah City Council]]''' || former local government area of Australia || The Kogarah City Council was a local government area in the St George region of southern Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. The centre of the city is located south-west of the Sydney central business district and west of Botany Bay.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia|Kogarah''</small> || http://www.kogarah.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.kogarah.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4229126|Komanda (newspaper)]]''' || newspaper || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ukraine''</small> || http://www.komanda.com.ua || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.komanda.com.ua {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4229126|Komanda (newspaper)]]''' || newspaper || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ukraine''</small> || http://www.komanda.com.ua || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.komanda.com.ua {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q285472|Kosheen]]''' || band || Kosheen were a British electronic music group based in Bristol, United Kingdom. The group originally consisted of Welsh singer-songwriter Sian Evans, songwriter-producer Markee Ledge and Darren Decoder. The name Kosheen derives from the name of a North American Apache warrior, Cochise. When in Japan, it was discovered that a combination of the Japanese words for "old" (古, romanized transliteration "ko") and "new" (新, "shin") would make "Kosheen" in Japanese. || http://kosheenrecords.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://kosheenrecords.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6443098|Kullaflyg]]''' || airline || Kullaflyg was an airline based in Ängelholm/Helsingborg, Sweden. They lease aircraft and pilots from the sister company Braathens Regional. Their own staff works partly as ground personnel and as cabin crew on the aircraft. As all subsidiaries of Sverigeflyg, Kullaflyg uses the callsign and codes of Braathens Regional. || http://www.kullaflyg.se/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.kullaflyg.se/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6443098|Kullaflyg]]''' || airline || Kullaflyg was an airline based in Ängelholm/Helsingborg, Sweden. They lease aircraft and pilots from the sister company Braathens Regional. Their own staff works partly as ground personnel and as cabin crew on the aircraft. As all subsidiaries of Sverigeflyg, Kullaflyg uses the callsign and codes of Braathens Regional. || http://www.kullaflyg.se/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.kullaflyg.se/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6446245|Kuro5hin]]''' || website || Kuro5hin (K5; {{refn|}}{{refn|}} "corrosion") was a collaborative discussion website founded by Rusty Foster in 1999, having been inspired by Slashdot. Articles were created and submitted by users and submitted to a queue for evaluation. Site members could vote for or against publishing an article and once the article had reached a certain number of votes, it was published to the site or deleted from the queue. The site has been described as "a free-for-all of news and opinion written by readers". || http://www.kuro5hin.org/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.kuro5hin.org/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6446245|Kuro5hin]]''' || website || Kuro5hin (K5; {{refn|}}{{refn|}} "corrosion") was a collaborative discussion website founded by Rusty Foster in 1999, having been inspired by Slashdot. Articles were created and submitted by users and submitted to a queue for evaluation. Site members could vote for or against publishing an article and once the article had reached a certain number of votes, it was published to the site or deleted from the queue. The site has been described as "a free-for-all of news and opinion written by readers". || http://www.kuro5hin.org/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.kuro5hin.org/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q14820624|LJ Volley]]''' || volleyball team || LJ Volley, known as Liu Jo Modena, was an Italian women's volleyball club based in Modena. It played in the Serie A1 from its creation in 2013 until its dissolution in 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.ljvolley.it/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.ljvolley.it/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q14820624|LJ Volley]]''' || volleyball team || LJ Volley, known as Liu Jo Modena, was an Italian women's volleyball club based in Modena. It played in the Serie A1 from its creation in 2013 until its dissolution in 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.ljvolley.it/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.ljvolley.it/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2566254|La Ley (band)]]''' || band || || http://www.laleysite.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.laleysite.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4261384|Las Vegas Club]]''' || skyscraper || Las Vegas Club was a casino in Las Vegas, Nevada established in 1930, and demolished in 2017.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Nevada''</small> || http://www.vegasclubcasino.net || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.vegasclubcasino.net {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q487363|Ledt]]''' || boy band || LedT was a three-member South Korean rock band formed by Starkim Entertainment in 2010 originally as LEDApple. The band's final lineup consisted of Seo Youngjun (JUN), Lee Kyumin (Kei) and Kim Hyoseok (AKi) || http://www.ledapple.co.kr || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.ledapple.co.kr {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2991514|Laval Comets]]''' || women's association football team || The Laval Comets was a Canadian women's soccer team established in 2006 in the city of Laval, Quebec, Canada, a northern suburb of Montreal. The team was a member of the W-League, the second tier of women’s soccer in the United States and Canada.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Quebec''</small> || http://www.lavalcometes.com/lavalcometes.com/Nouvelles/Nouvelles.html || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.lavalcometes.com/lavalcometes.com/Nouvelles/Nouvelles.html {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3414860|Le Québécois Libre]]''' || periodical literature || Le Québécois Libre (or QL) was an online libertarian magazine, or webzine published in Quebec, Canada. The QL, owned and published by Martin Masse since February 1998, portrayed a classical liberal point of view on numerous topics, particularly related to current affairs in Quebec, or, to a lesser extent, France and the United States.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Quebec''</small> || http://www.quebecoislibre.org/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.quebecoislibre.org/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q286140|Left Ecology Freedom]]''' || political party || Left Ecology Freedom (, SEL) was a democratic socialist political party in Italy, whose bulk was formed by former members of the Communist Refoundation Party.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.sinistraecologialiberta.it/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.sinistraecologialiberta.it/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q286140|Left Ecology Freedom]]''' || political party || Left Ecology Freedom (, SEL) was a democratic socialist political party in Italy, whose bulk was formed by former members of the Communist Refoundation Party.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.sinistraecologialiberta.it/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.sinistraecologialiberta.it/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1543499|Lietuvos Dujos]]''' || public company ||  || http://www.dujos.lt || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.dujos.lt {{notsaved}}]
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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/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[: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/ {{notsaved}}]
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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/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[: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/ {{notsaved}}]
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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/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[: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/ {{notsaved}}]
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| rowspan=2 | '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16781932|Linux Voice]]''' || rowspan=2 | magazine || rowspan=2 | Linux Voice was a Linux and open source magazine (print and digital) which began publication in the UK in April 2014. It was sold on news-stands around the world.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || rowspan=2 | http://linuxvoice.com || rowspan=2 | [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://linuxvoice.com {{saved}}]
 
| rowspan=2 | '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16781932|Linux Voice]]''' || rowspan=2 | magazine || rowspan=2 | Linux Voice was a Linux and open source magazine (print and digital) which began publication in the UK in April 2014. It was sold on news-stands around the world.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || rowspan=2 | http://linuxvoice.com || rowspan=2 | [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://linuxvoice.com {{saved}}]
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| [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/linuxvoice.com linuxvoice.com] || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/etxmy etxmy] || 2016-01-05 || data-sort-value=59649852 | 56&nbsp;MB
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q765389|Lionhead Studios]]''' || video game developer || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.lionhead.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.lionhead.com {{saved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q765389|Lionhead Studios]]''' || video game developer || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.lionhead.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.lionhead.com {{saved}}]
| [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/www.lionhead.com www.lionhead.com] || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/byadn byadn] || 2016-03-08 || 1192
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q739853|LiveStation]]''' || website || Livestation was a platform for distributing live television and radio broadcasts over a data network. It was originally developed by Skinkers Ltd. and is now an independent company called Livestation Ltd. The service was originally based on peer-to-peer technology acquired from Microsoft Research. Between mid-June 2013 and mid-July Livestation was unavailable to some subscribers due to technical issues. || http://www.livestation.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.livestation.com {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q739853|LiveStation]]''' || website || Livestation was a platform for distributing live television and radio broadcasts over a data network. It was originally developed by Skinkers Ltd. and is now an independent company called Livestation Ltd. The service was originally based on peer-to-peer technology acquired from Microsoft Research. Between mid-June 2013 and mid-July Livestation was unavailable to some subscribers due to technical issues. || http://www.livestation.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.livestation.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2523680|Livemocha]]''' || website || Livemocha was an online language learning community, providing instructional materials in 38 languages and a platform for speakers to interact with and help each other learn new languages. According to the site, it had approximately 12 million registered members from 196 countries around the globe. It was free to join and use; however, it offered the option to pay for various benefits. In 2012, 400,000 users visited the site daily. || http://www.livemocha.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.livemocha.com {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2523680|Livemocha]]''' || website || Livemocha was an online language learning community, providing instructional materials in 38 languages and a platform for speakers to interact with and help each other learn new languages. According to the site, it had approximately 12 million registered members from 196 countries around the globe. It was free to join and use; however, it offered the option to pay for various benefits. In 2012, 400,000 users visited the site daily. || http://www.livemocha.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.livemocha.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1130999|Locomotiv GT]]''' || band || Locomotiv GT (often abbreviated LGT, with the nickname Loksi) is a Hungarian rock band formed in 1971. It has been one of the most influential rock bands in Hungarian rock music. GT in the name of the band refers to Gran Turismo, the long journey that the band was looking forward to when it was formed. The origin of the symbol that gave the name LGT is not clear: on their first album there is a steam-powered locomotive standing in an aquarium, and locomotives have been present on many of the band’s album covers. One of the albums also has the name 424 – Mozdonyopera (‘424 – Locomotive Opera’), and when they performed their farewell concert on 17 May 1992, as a show element they arrived to the Nyugati pályaudvar (‘Budapest West railway station’) on a steam locomotive. The band was disbanded in 2016, when one of the singers, Tamás Somló died.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Hungary''</small> || http://www.lgt.hu/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.lgt.hu/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1130999|Locomotiv GT]]''' || band || Locomotiv GT (often abbreviated LGT, with the nickname Loksi) is a Hungarian rock band formed in 1971. It has been one of the most influential rock bands in Hungarian rock music. GT in the name of the band refers to Gran Turismo, the long journey that the band was looking forward to when it was formed. The origin of the symbol that gave the name LGT is not clear: on their first album there is a steam-powered locomotive standing in an aquarium, and locomotives have been present on many of the band’s album covers. One of the albums also has the name 424 – Mozdonyopera (‘424 – Locomotive Opera’), and when they performed their farewell concert on 17 May 1992, as a show element they arrived to the Nyugati pályaudvar (‘Budapest West railway station’) on a steam locomotive. The band was disbanded in 2016, when one of the singers, Tamás Somló died.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Hungary''</small> || http://www.lgt.hu/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.lgt.hu/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q14633555|Los Angeles Kiss]]''' ||  || The Los Angeles Kiss (stylized as LA KISS) were a professional arena football team based in Anaheim, California, and members of the Arena Football League (AFL). The Kiss joined the AFL as an expansion team after Los Angeles' previous franchise (Los Angeles Avengers) did not return as a part of Arena Football 1. The team's ownership was a group of Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley, members of rock band Kiss, as well as their manager Doc McGhee. The team played its home games at the Honda Center in nearby Anaheim, which they shared with the Anaheim Ducks of the National Hockey League. The team was featured in the AMC series 4th and Loud.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://www.lakissfootball.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.lakissfootball.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6705712|Lutheran High School of Hawaii]]''' || high school || Lutheran High School of Hawaii (LHSH) was a Lutheran High School located on the grounds of Our Redeemer Lutheran Church at 1404 University Avenue in Honolulu on Oahu, Hawaii. LHSH was accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), the Hawaii Association of Independent Schools (HAIS), and National Lutheran School Accreditation (NLSA), and was a member of the Interscholastic League of Honolulu (ILH) and PAC-5 sports programs.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Hawaii''</small> || http://www.lhshawaii.org/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.lhshawaii.org/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6705712|Lutheran High School of Hawaii]]''' || high school || Lutheran High School of Hawaii (LHSH) was a Lutheran High School located on the grounds of Our Redeemer Lutheran Church at 1404 University Avenue in Honolulu on Oahu, Hawaii. LHSH was accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), the Hawaii Association of Independent Schools (HAIS), and National Lutheran School Accreditation (NLSA), and was a member of the Interscholastic League of Honolulu (ILH) and PAC-5 sports programs.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Hawaii''</small> || http://www.lhshawaii.org/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.lhshawaii.org/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3327346|M3 (Canadian TV channel)]]''' || specialty channel || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Canada''</small> || http://www.m3tv.ca || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.m3tv.ca {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3327346|M3 (Canadian TV channel)]]''' || specialty channel || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Canada''</small> || http://www.m3tv.ca || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.m3tv.ca {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3181995|MTV (Greece)]]''' || television channel || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Greece''</small> || http://www.mtvgreece.gr || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.mtvgreece.gr {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3181995|MTV (Greece)]]''' || television channel || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Greece''</small> || http://www.mtvgreece.gr || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.mtvgreece.gr {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6718671|MTV Classic (Australia and New Zealand)]]''' || television channel ||  || http://mtvclassic.com.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://mtvclassic.com.au/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4356734|MTV Fakta]]''' || television station || MTV Fakta was a Finnish documentary channel owned and operated by MTV3. It started broadcasting in November 2006. || http://www.mtv3.fi/fakta || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.mtv3.fi/fakta {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4357007|MTV Leffa]]''' || television channel || MTV Leffa was a Finnish television channel broadcasting movies. It was operated by MTV3 and TV4 AB and was the Finnish equivalent of TV4's movie channel TV4 Film. Dvrc and My Fresh Pony was created 14 July 2010-26 February 2012. || http://www.mtv3.fi/leffa/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.mtv3.fi/leffa/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6718755|MTV Music (Greece)]]''' || television station || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Greece''</small> || http://www.mtvgreece.gr || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.mtvgreece.gr {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6718755|MTV Music (Greece)]]''' || television station || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Greece''</small> || http://www.mtvgreece.gr || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.mtvgreece.gr {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1091031|MTV Video Music Award for Best Female Video]]''' || MTV Video Music Award || The MTV Video Music Award for Best Female Video is one of the original general awards that has been handed out every year since the first annual MTV Video Music Awards in 1984. In 2007, however, the award was briefly renamed Female Artist of the Year, and it awarded the artist's whole body of work for that year rather than a specific video. In 2008, though, the award returned to its original name. The category would become defunct beginning with the 2017 ceremony after the gender specific categories would be merged into the Artist of the Year category. || http://www.mtv.com/ontv/vma/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.mtv.com/ontv/vma/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1091031|MTV Video Music Award for Best Female Video]]''' || MTV Video Music Award || The MTV Video Music Award for Best Female Video is one of the original general awards that has been handed out every year since the first annual MTV Video Music Awards in 1984. In 2007, however, the award was briefly renamed Female Artist of the Year, and it awarded the artist's whole body of work for that year rather than a specific video. In 2008, though, the award returned to its original name. The category would become defunct beginning with the 2017 ceremony after the gender specific categories would be merged into the Artist of the Year category. || http://www.mtv.com/ontv/vma/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.mtv.com/ontv/vma/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q387343|MTV Video Music Award for Best Long Form Video]]''' || MTV Video Music Award || The MTV Video Music Award for Best Long Form Video was first given out in 1991. It was re-introduced in 2016 as Breakthrough Long Form Video. || http://www.mtv.com/ontv/vma/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.mtv.com/ontv/vma/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q387343|MTV Video Music Award for Best Long Form Video]]''' || MTV Video Music Award || The MTV Video Music Award for Best Long Form Video was first given out in 1991. It was re-introduced in 2016 as Breakthrough Long Form Video. || http://www.mtv.com/ontv/vma/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.mtv.com/ontv/vma/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1064978|MTV Video Music Award for Best Male Video]]''' || MTV Video Music Award || The MTV Video Music Award for Best Male Video was one of four original general awards that have been handed out every year since the very first MTV Video Music Awards in 1984. In 2007, though, the award was briefly renamed Male Artist of the Year, and it awarded the artist's whole body of work for that year rather than a specific video. However, the award returned to its original name the following year. It was replaced by the Artist of the Year category in 2017, combining Best Male and Best Female video categories. || http://www.mtv.com/ontv/vma/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.mtv.com/ontv/vma/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1064978|MTV Video Music Award for Best Male Video]]''' || MTV Video Music Award || The MTV Video Music Award for Best Male Video was one of four original general awards that have been handed out every year since the very first MTV Video Music Awards in 1984. In 2007, though, the award was briefly renamed Male Artist of the Year, and it awarded the artist's whole body of work for that year rather than a specific video. However, the award returned to its original name the following year. It was replaced by the Artist of the Year category in 2017, combining Best Male and Best Female video categories. || http://www.mtv.com/ontv/vma/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.mtv.com/ontv/vma/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15243367|Macau Power Station]]''' || fossil-fuel power station || The Macau Power Station (CMC; ) was a gas and diesel-fired power station in Nossa Senhora de Fátima, Macau, China. Commissioned in 1973 for its first two units, it was the first power station in Macau. It was decommissioned in 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Macau''</small> || http://www.cem-macau.com/Generation || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.cem-macau.com/Generation {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15243367|Macau Power Station]]''' || fossil-fuel power station || The Macau Power Station (CMC; ) was a gas and diesel-fired power station in Nossa Senhora de Fátima, Macau, China. Commissioned in 1973 for its first two units, it was the first power station in Macau. It was decommissioned in 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Macau''</small> || http://www.cem-macau.com/Generation || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.cem-macau.com/Generation {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15052764|Majical Cloudz]]''' || band || Majical Cloudz was a Canadian music group from Montreal consisting of singer-songwriter Devon Welsh, and variously Matthew E. Duffy and Matthew Otto. The group disbanded in March, 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Quebec''</small> || http://majicalcloudz.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://majicalcloudz.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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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/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[: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/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6739259|Makeoutclub]]''' || website ||  || http://www.makeoutclub.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.makeoutclub.com {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6739259|Makeoutclub]]''' || website ||  || http://www.makeoutclub.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.makeoutclub.com {{notsaved}}]
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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/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[: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/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q650722|Manly Council]]''' || former local government area of Australia || Manly Council was a local government area on the northern beaches region of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, first incorporated in 1877.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.manly.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.manly.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q650722|Manly Council]]''' || former local government area of Australia || Manly Council was a local government area on the northern beaches region of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, first incorporated in 1877.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.manly.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.manly.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6764339|Marinello Schools of Beauty]]''' || private for-profit educational institution || Marinello Schools of Beauty was a private, for-profit cosmetology school owned by B&H Education, Inc. with as many as 56 locations throughout California, Connecticut, Kansas, Massachusetts, Nevada, and Utah. The school was accredited by the National Accrediting Commission of Career Arts. It closed on February 5, 2016, following the U.S. Department of Education's decision to disallow the school's access to federal financial aid.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://www.marinello.com/def/main.aspx || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.marinello.com/def/main.aspx {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6765092|Marion Blue Racers]]''' || sports team || * Marion Blue Racers (2011–2015)<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ohio''</small> || http://www.blueracersfootball.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.blueracersfootball.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q24208|Marrickville Council]]''' || former local government area of Australia || Marrickville Council was a local government area located in the inner west region of Sydney, Australia. It was originally created on 1 November 1861 as the "Municipality of Marrickville". On 12 May 2016, Marrickville Council was merged with Ashfield and Leichhardt councils into the newly formed Inner West Council.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.marrickville.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.marrickville.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q24208|Marrickville Council]]''' || former local government area of Australia || Marrickville Council was a local government area located in the inner west region of Sydney, Australia. It was originally created on 1 November 1861 as the "Municipality of Marrickville". On 12 May 2016, Marrickville Council was merged with Ashfield and Leichhardt councils into the newly formed Inner West Council.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.marrickville.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.marrickville.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6773098|Mars (supermarket)]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Maryland''</small> || http://marsfood.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://marsfood.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6773098|Mars (supermarket)]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Maryland''</small> || http://marsfood.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://marsfood.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| rowspan=2 | '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6785431|Masters Home Improvement]]''' || rowspan=2 | business || rowspan=2 | 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> || rowspan=2 | http://www.masters.com.au || rowspan=2 | [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.masters.com.au {{saved}}]
 
| rowspan=2 | '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6785431|Masters Home Improvement]]''' || rowspan=2 | business || rowspan=2 | 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> || rowspan=2 | http://www.masters.com.au || rowspan=2 | [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.masters.com.au {{saved}}]
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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 {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[: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 {{notsaved}}]
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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 {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[: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 {{notsaved}}]
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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 {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[: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 {{notsaved}}]
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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/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[: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/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16952856|Mixcrate]]''' || website || Mixcrate was an online audio distribution platform based in California, United States that enabled its users to upload, promote and share their DJ mixes to a worldwide audience and to help DJs promote and grow their careers as professional DJs. It was a community-based platform designed for DJs mainly aimed at promoting their mixes and for fans to follow the work of their favorite DJs. It also catered to music listeners, club promoters, radio stations and event organizers looking to discover new talent.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://www.mixcrate.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.mixcrate.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16952856|Mixcrate]]''' || website || Mixcrate was an online audio distribution platform based in California, United States that enabled its users to upload, promote and share their DJ mixes to a worldwide audience and to help DJs promote and grow their careers as professional DJs. It was a community-based platform designed for DJs mainly aimed at promoting their mixes and for fans to follow the work of their favorite DJs. It also catered to music listeners, club promoters, radio stations and event organizers looking to discover new talent.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://www.mixcrate.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.mixcrate.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3317656|Mobilicity]]''' || business || Data and Audio-Visual Enterprises Wireless, d/b/a Mobilicity, was a Canadian mobile virtual network operator owned by Rogers Communications. Its name was a portmanteau of the words "mobility" and "simplicity". Mobilicity was one of several new mobile network operators, along with Public Mobile (later acquired by Telus) and Wind Mobile (later acquired by Shaw Communications), which launched in Canada after a government initiative to encourage competition in the wireless sector. The carrier had over 250,000 Mobilicity subscriptions on May 16, 2013, the day in which Telus announced its failed attempt to acquire Mobilicity. The subscription count decreased to 157,000 by April 2015 according to court documents filed by Mobilicity's Chief Restructuring Officer in that month.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ontario''</small> || http://www.mobilicity.ca || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.mobilicity.ca {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6887374|Mobli]]''' || website || Mobli was a social mobile photo and video-sharing website founded by Israeli entrepreneurs and brothers Moshe and Oded Hogeg. As of 2016 the service was shut down and the company placed into bankruptcy. || http://Mobli.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://Mobli.com {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6887374|Mobli]]''' || website || Mobli was a social mobile photo and video-sharing website founded by Israeli entrepreneurs and brothers Moshe and Oded Hogeg. As of 2016 the service was shut down and the company placed into bankruptcy. || http://Mobli.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://Mobli.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2999820|Monkey Bar Games]]''' || business || Monkey Bar Games was a division of the defunct video game developer Vicious Cycle Software, based in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Monkey Bar's mission is the creation of family entertainment products on all handheld and console video game platforms and the PC. || http://www.viciouscycleinc.com/divisions/division_detail.cfm?ID=2 || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.viciouscycleinc.com/divisions/division_detail.cfm?ID=2 {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6903144|Montada]]''' || website || Montada is a popular Arabic internet forum. The word Montada is Arabic for the word 'forum'. It has an estimated 400,000 registered members and has more than 80 different boards. It is considered one of the most active Arabic internet forums. Montada is one of a network of websites run by an Information Technology company called Remal, which is based in Saudi Arabia. The forum is powered by the vBulletin internet forum software. As of October 2006, more than 450,000 threads were created. || http://www.montada.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.montada.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6903144|Montada]]''' || website || Montada is a popular Arabic internet forum. The word Montada is Arabic for the word 'forum'. It has an estimated 400,000 registered members and has more than 80 different boards. It is considered one of the most active Arabic internet forums. Montada is one of a network of websites run by an Information Technology company called Remal, which is based in Saudi Arabia. The forum is powered by the vBulletin internet forum software. As of October 2006, more than 450,000 threads were created. || http://www.montada.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.montada.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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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/} {{notsaved}}]
 
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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 {{notsaved}}]
 
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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/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6926927|MovieStop]]''' || public company || MovieStop was a retailer of new and used movies and related merchandise. It was founded in 2004 as a division of GameStop. GameStop spun off MovieStop to private owners in 2012. In November 2014 MovieStop was purchased by Draw Another Circle LLC, the parent company of Hastings Entertainment. The company website was folded into GoHastings.com the next year. As of November 2014, MovieStop operated 44 stores in 10 U.S. states. In June 2016, Draw Another Circle filed bankruptcy in hopes to find a buyer to keep their properties operating. However the company was sold to two liquidation firms which together closed MovieStop, Hastings and Tradesmart || https://www.gohastings.com/custserv/custserv.jsp?pageName=GOOB || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=https://www.gohastings.com/custserv/custserv.jsp?pageName=GOOB {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q22907081|Mp3skull]]''' || website || Mp3skull was a website that provided direct download links to MP3 files located on third-party sites. It was founded in 2010 and the site has been the subject of controversy for helping users to find unauthorized copies of copyrighted music. || https://mp3skulls.top/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=https://mp3skulls.top/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q22907081|Mp3skull]]''' || website || Mp3skull was a website that provided direct download links to MP3 files located on third-party sites. It was founded in 2010 and the site has been the subject of controversy for helping users to find unauthorized copies of copyrighted music. || https://mp3skulls.top/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=https://mp3skulls.top/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5548643|MundoMax]]''' || television channel || MundoMax (; originally known as MundoFox from August 13, 2012 to July 28, 2015) was an American Spanish-language broadcast television network that was owned by RCN Televisión. The network broadcast programs aimed at Hispanic and Latino American audiences throughout the United States – featuring a mix of telenovelas and other serialized dramas, reality television series, game shows, and feature films (both Spanish-dubbed versions of American films and imported films produced in Spanish-speaking countries). || http://www.mundofox.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.mundofox.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q390105|Municipality of Ashfield]]''' || former local government area of Australia || The Municipality of Ashfield was a local government area in the Inner West of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. It is about west of the Sydney central business district. The Municipality was proclaimed on 28 December 1871 as the "Borough of Ashfield", which changed to the "Municipality of Ashfield" in 1906. On 12 May 2016, Ashfield merged with Marrickville Council and the Municipality of Leichhardt to form the Inner West Council.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia|Ashfield''</small> || http://www.ashfield.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.ashfield.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q390105|Municipality of Ashfield]]''' || former local government area of Australia || The Municipality of Ashfield was a local government area in the Inner West of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. It is about west of the Sydney central business district. The Municipality was proclaimed on 28 December 1871 as the "Borough of Ashfield", which changed to the "Municipality of Ashfield" in 1906. On 12 May 2016, Ashfield merged with Marrickville Council and the Municipality of Leichhardt to form the Inner West Council.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia|Ashfield''</small> || http://www.ashfield.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.ashfield.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q165688|Municipality of Leichhardt]]''' || local government area of Australia || The Municipality of Leichhardt was a local government area in the inner-west region of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. It is about west of the Sydney central business district. On 12 May 2016, Leichhardt merged with Marrickville Council and the Municipality of Ashfield to form the Inner West Council.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia|Leichhardt''</small> || http://www.leichhardt.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.leichhardt.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q165688|Municipality of Leichhardt]]''' || local government area of Australia || The Municipality of Leichhardt was a local government area in the inner-west region of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. It is about west of the Sydney central business district. On 12 May 2016, Leichhardt merged with Marrickville Council and the Municipality of Ashfield to form the Inner West Council.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia|Leichhardt''</small> || http://www.leichhardt.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.leichhardt.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q610299|Murray Shire]]''' || local government area of Australia || Murray Shire was a local government area in the Riverina region of south western New South Wales, Australia. It included the towns of Moama and Mathoura. It was abolished on 12 May 2016 and its area merged with the Wakool Shire to establish the Murray River Council.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.murray.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.murray.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q610299|Murray Shire]]''' || local government area of Australia || Murray Shire was a local government area in the Riverina region of south western New South Wales, Australia. It included the towns of Moama and Mathoura. It was abolished on 12 May 2016 and its area merged with the Wakool Shire to establish the Murray River Council.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.murray.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.murray.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q378000|Murrumbidgee Shire]]''' || former local government area of Australia || Murrumbidgee Shire was a local government area in the Riverina region of south western New South Wales, Australia. The Shire was located adjacent to the Murrumbidgee River and the Newell Highway.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.murrumbidgee.local-e.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.murrumbidgee.local-e.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q378000|Murrumbidgee Shire]]''' || former local government area of Australia || Murrumbidgee Shire was a local government area in the Riverina region of south western New South Wales, Australia. The Shire was located adjacent to the Murrumbidgee River and the Newell Highway.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.murrumbidgee.local-e.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.murrumbidgee.local-e.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7579573|Muscelul Câmpulung]]''' || association football club || Muscelul Câmpulung was a Romanian professional football club from Câmpulung, Argeş County, Romania.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Romania''</small> || http://www.csmuscelul.ro/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.csmuscelul.ro/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7579573|Muscelul Câmpulung]]''' || association football club || Muscelul Câmpulung was a Romanian professional football club from Câmpulung, Argeş County, Romania.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Romania''</small> || http://www.csmuscelul.ro/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.csmuscelul.ro/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q14709081|Museum of Contemporary Craft]]''' || art museum || Lydia Herrick Hodge founded the Museum in 1937 with the support of a group of dedicated women volunteers, and using donated materials from the Works Progress Administration (WPA). Originally called the Oregon Ceramic Studio, the studio building first opened in 1938. Lydia Herrick Hodge led the OCC as the studio director from 1937 until her death in 1960. Ken Shores became the first paid director in 1964, changing the name in 1965 from The Oregon Ceramic Studio to Contemporary Crafts Gallery to better reflect the breadth of work shown at the institution. The institution became known as Contemporary Crafts Museum & Gallery in 2002, and Museum of Contemporary Craft in 2007. <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Oregon''</small> || http://www.museumofcontemporarycraft.org/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.museumofcontemporarycraft.org/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6940905|Museum of Inuit Art]]''' || art museum || The Museum of Inuit Art, also known as MIA, was a museum in Toronto, Ontario, Canada located within the Queen's Quay Terminal at the Harbourfront Centre. It was devoted exclusively to Inuit art and culture.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ontario''</small> || http://www.miamuseum.ca/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.miamuseum.ca/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6940905|Museum of Inuit Art]]''' || art museum || The Museum of Inuit Art, also known as MIA, was a museum in Toronto, Ontario, Canada located within the Queen's Quay Terminal at the Harbourfront Centre. It was devoted exclusively to Inuit art and culture.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ontario''</small> || http://www.miamuseum.ca/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.miamuseum.ca/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q609727|Musikmarkt]]''' || periodical literature || Musikmarkt was a magazine of the music industry in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, which is based in Munich. Die Welt, a German newspaper, described the magazine as the music industry’s thermometer.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Germany''</small> || http://www.musikmarkt.de || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.musikmarkt.de {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q609727|Musikmarkt]]''' || periodical literature || Musikmarkt was a magazine of the music industry in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, which is based in Munich. Die Welt, a German newspaper, described the magazine as the music industry’s thermometer.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Germany''</small> || http://www.musikmarkt.de || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.musikmarkt.de {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3329140|Musée Dupuytren]]''' || museum || The Musée Dupuytren was a museum of wax anatomical items and specimens illustrating diseases and malformations. It was located at the Cordeliers Convent building, 15, rue de l'Ecole de Médecine, Les Cordeliers, Paris, France, and is part of the Pierre and Marie Curie University (UPMC) School of Medicine. In 2016 the museum was closed and moved to the Jussieu Campus, joining 8 scientific collections of UPMC. The collections will be open to students and researchers, and will be open to the public for events. || http://www.upmc.fr/fr/culture/patrimoine/patrimoine_scientifique/musee_dupuytren.html || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.upmc.fr/fr/culture/patrimoine/patrimoine_scientifique/musee_dupuytren.html {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17077740|Muskoka Magazine]]''' || newspaper || Muskoka Magazine was a large format lifestyle magazine published ten times per year in Bracebridge, Ontario. The magazine was freely delivered throughout the Muskoka region and in the greater Toronto area. It existed between 2000 and 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ontario''</small> || http://www.muskokamagazine.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.muskokamagazine.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2040546|MySpace Records]]''' || record label || MySpace Records was a record label founded in 2005 to sign artists who appeared on the social networking site Myspace. It was a wholly owned subsidiary of Myspace, operating as a joint-venture between MySpace and Interscope Records.{{cite web || http://www.myspace.com/myspacerecords || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.myspace.com/myspacerecords {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q21189542|Myrtle Beach Freedom]]''' || sports team || *Myrtle Beach Freedom (2016)<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in South Carolina''</small> || http://www.myrtlebeachfreedom.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.myrtlebeachfreedom.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q610952|N-Space]]''' || video game developer ||  || http://www.n-space.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.n-space.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15638294|NFTO (cycling team)]]''' || UCI Continental Team || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.nfto.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.nfto.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15638294|NFTO (cycling team)]]''' || UCI Continental Team || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.nfto.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.nfto.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15980856|NI21]]''' || political party || NI21 was a short-lived political party in Northern Ireland. It was founded in 2013 by ex-Ulster Unionist Party MLAs Basil McCrea and John McCallister. Although it explicitly supported Northern Ireland staying part of the United Kingdom (i.e. unionism), it planned to designate as "other" rather than "unionist" in future Stormont elections. It presented itself as a "cross-community party" and promoted a Northern Irish national identity for the 21st century. The party had two MLAs in the Northern Ireland Assembly and a single Councillor in Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council before crisis.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Northern Ireland''</small> || http://ni21.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://ni21.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15980856|NI21]]''' || political party || NI21 was a short-lived political party in Northern Ireland. It was founded in 2013 by ex-Ulster Unionist Party MLAs Basil McCrea and John McCallister. Although it explicitly supported Northern Ireland staying part of the United Kingdom (i.e. unionism), it planned to designate as "other" rather than "unionist" in future Stormont elections. It presented itself as a "cross-community party" and promoted a Northern Irish national identity for the 21st century. The party had two MLAs in the Northern Ireland Assembly and a single Councillor in Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council before crisis.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Northern Ireland''</small> || http://ni21.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://ni21.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q912438|NK Bela Krajina]]''' || association football club || Nogometni Klub Bela Krajina , commonly referred to as NK Bela Krajina or simply Bela Krajina, was a Slovenian Football club, which played in the town of Črnomelj. <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Slovenia''</small> || http://www.nk-bk.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.nk-bk.com {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q912438|NK Bela Krajina]]''' || association football club || Nogometni Klub Bela Krajina , commonly referred to as NK Bela Krajina or simply Bela Krajina, was a Slovenian Football club, which played in the town of Črnomelj. <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Slovenia''</small> || http://www.nk-bk.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.nk-bk.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q14906066|NPO Doc]]''' || || NPO Doc was a documentary television channel in the Netherlands. It was a digital theme channel, available 24 hours, 7 days a week. Typically programs were in the Dutch language. Yet, depending on the subject of the documentary some programmes were in the original language with Dutch subtitles. On 10 March 2014, Holland Doc 24 changed its name into NPO Doc. || http://www.npodoc.nl || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.npodoc.nl {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4310790|NTV Plus Sport]]''' || television channel || NTV Plus Sport is Russia's first dedicated sports channel. It is a part of the NTV Plus network. Replaced by Match! Planeta<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Russia''</small> || http://www.ntvplus.ru/channel?id=942 || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.ntvplus.ru/channel?id=942 {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4310790|NTV Plus Sport]]''' || television channel || NTV Plus Sport is Russia's first dedicated sports channel. It is a part of the NTV Plus network. Replaced by Match! Planeta<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Russia''</small> || http://www.ntvplus.ru/channel?id=942 || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.ntvplus.ru/channel?id=942 {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4036617|Nash Country Weekly]]''' || magazine || Nash Country Weekly was an American lifestyle weekly magazine about country artists and their music. It was in circulation between April 1994 and May 2016. The publisher, Cumulus Media, now maintains the site, [http://www.nashcountrydaily.com Nash Country Daily].<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Tennessee''</small> || http://www.countryweekly.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.countryweekly.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q10927096|National Hsinchu University of Education]]''' || university || In August 2005, the institution was renamed the National Hsinchu University of Education.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Taiwan''</small> || http://www.nhcue.edu.tw/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.nhcue.edu.tw/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q10927096|National Hsinchu University of Education]]''' || university || In August 2005, the institution was renamed the National Hsinchu University of Education.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Taiwan''</small> || http://www.nhcue.edu.tw/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.nhcue.edu.tw/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6974470|National Museum of Fine Arts, Malta]]''' || fine art ||  || http://www.heritagemalta.org/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.heritagemalta.org/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6974487|National Museum of Natural History, New Delhi]]''' || natural history museum || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in India''</small> || http://nmnh.nic.in/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://nmnh.nic.in/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6974487|National Museum of Natural History, New Delhi]]''' || natural history museum || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in India''</small> || http://nmnh.nic.in/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://nmnh.nic.in/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7007666|New Forum for the Restoration of Democracy–Kenya]]''' || political party || The New Forum for the Restoration of Democracy–Kenya, commonly known as New Ford Kenya was a political party in Kenya.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Kenya''</small> || http://www.newfordkenya.org || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.newfordkenya.org {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7007666|New Forum for the Restoration of Democracy–Kenya]]''' || political party || The New Forum for the Restoration of Democracy–Kenya, commonly known as New Ford Kenya was a political party in Kenya.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Kenya''</small> || http://www.newfordkenya.org || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.newfordkenya.org {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7010236|New Mexico Stars]]''' || sports team || The New Mexico Stars were a professional indoor football team based in Rio Rancho, New Mexico. The Stars played their home games at the Santa Ana Star Center. <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in New Mexico''</small> || http://nmstarsif.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://nmstarsif.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2408034|New Reform Party of Ontario]]''' || political party || The New Reform Party of Ontario (NRP; ) was a minor provincial political party in Ontario, Canada, that promoted a populist, fiscally conservative, socially conservative, libertarian, and localist ideology.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ontario''</small> || http://www.newreform.ca/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.newreform.ca/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q11080930|New World Telecommunications]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Hong Kong''</small> || http://www.newworldtel.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.newworldtel.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q11080930|New World Telecommunications]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Hong Kong''</small> || http://www.newworldtel.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.newworldtel.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7677499|Nokta]]''' || magazine || Nokta ("Point" in Turkish) was a leading Turkish weekly political news magazine. Founded in 1983, it was closed down by its owner in 2007 under military pressure after revealing several coup plots. Revived in 2015, it was closed again in the course of the 2016–17 Turkish purges.<br/><small>''2007 disestablishments in Turkey, 2016 disestablishments in Turkey''</small> || http://www.noktadergisi.org || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.noktadergisi.org {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3955343|News7]]''' || television channel || News7 was a Bulgarian television channel, owned by Crown Media along with its sister channels TV7, Sport7 and Super7. It airs news and sports events, such as the Bulgarian Football Championship, and lifestyle bulletins. It is also the main sponsor to the Bulgarian A Professional Football Group. The channel is part of the CNN International network, along with CNN Türk. It launched as the private cable television PDM in 1996 broadcasting in Sofia. It was rebranded to Demo TV in 2000 and to BBT in 2003, when it became a national cable and satellite network, later airing terrestrially in over 50 cities and towns in Bulgaria. The channel was bought by TV7 in 2012 and rebranded as News7 on 7 March 2013. News7 ceased broadcasting of original programming on 1 February 2016 due to bankruptcy. The channel was officially closed down on 16 September 2016, after its broadcasting license was taken down by the Bulgarian Council for Electronic Media. || http://www.news7.bg/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.news7.bg/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1430380|Nomeansno]]''' || rock band || Nomeansno (sometimes stylized as NoMeansNo or spelled No Means No) was a Canadian punk rock band formed in Victoria, British Columbia and later relocated to Vancouver. They issued 11 albums, including a collaborative album with Jello Biafra, as well as numerous EPs and singles. Critic Martin Popoff described their music as "the mightiest merger between the hateful aggression of punk and the discipline of heavy metal." Nomeansno's distinct hardcore punk sound, complex instrumentation, and dark, "savagely intelligent" lyrics inspired subsequent musicians. They are often considered foundational in the punk jazz and post-hardcore movements, and have been cited as a formative influence on the math rock and emo genres.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in British Columbia''</small> || http://www.nomeanswhatever.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.nomeanswhatever.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7677499|Nokta]]''' || magazine || Nokta ("Point" in Turkish) was a leading Turkish weekly political news magazine. Founded in 1983, it was closed down by its owner in 2007 under military pressure after revealing several coup plots. Revived in 2015, it was closed again in the course of the 2016–17 Turkish purges.<br/><small>''2007 disestablishments in Turkey, 2016 disestablishments in Turkey''</small> || http://www.noktadergisi.org || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.noktadergisi.org {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7895958|North Dakota Fighting Hawks baseball]]''' || || The North Dakota Fighting Hawks baseball team was a part of the athletic program at the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks, North Dakota. The team was a member of the NCAA Division I Western Athletic Conference. It played at Harold Kraft Memorial Field. The last head coach was Jeff Dodson. The public address announcer for the baseball team was Kris Holm.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in North Dakota''</small> || http://www.undsports.com/SportSelect.dbml?&DB_OEM_ID=13500&SPID=6384&SPSID=58538 || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.undsports.com/SportSelect.dbml?&DB_OEM_ID=13500&SPID=6384&SPSID=58538 {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q25047843|Northern Party]]''' ||  || The Northern Party was a regionalist political party in Northern England, founded by leader Michael Dawson and former Blackpool MP Harold Elletson in March 2015 to contest five marginal seats in Lancashire at the 2015 general election. The party was one of three regionalist parties contesting the general election in the north of England.{{cite news|url=https://www.ft.com/content/34ca4da8-e8c3-11e4-87fe-00144feab7de|title=General election: English regional parties press for power<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.northern.party/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.northern.party/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q25047843|Northern Party]]''' ||  || The Northern Party was a regionalist political party in Northern England, founded by leader Michael Dawson and former Blackpool MP Harold Elletson in March 2015 to contest five marginal seats in Lancashire at the 2015 general election. The party was one of three regionalist parties contesting the general election in the north of England.{{cite news|url=https://www.ft.com/content/34ca4da8-e8c3-11e4-87fe-00144feab7de|title=General election: English regional parties press for power<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.northern.party/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.northern.party/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2001085|Northern Rail (Serco-Abellio)]]''' || train operating company || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.northernrail.org/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.northernrail.org/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2001085|Northern Rail (Serco-Abellio)]]''' || train operating company || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.northernrail.org/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.northernrail.org/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q28402593|Northwest Institute of Literary Arts]]''' || educational institution || The Northwest Institute of Literary Arts (NILA) was a non-profit 501(c)3 Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing low-residency program founded by the Whidbey Island Writers Association, in operation for twelve years, from 2005 to 2016. Beginning with an enrollment of nine students, the NILA MFA program grew to a peak enrollment of 62 students in 2014. Also known as the Whidbey Writers Workshop MFA, the low residency program was taught by the following regular faculty: Kathleen Alcalá, Bonny Becker, Carmen T. Bernier-Grand, Stephanie Bodeen, Andrea Brown, Lawrence W. Cheek, Gary Copeland Lilley, Jerry Gabriel, Kate Gale, Melissa Hart, Bruce Holland Rogers, Christopher Howell, Andrea Hurst, Kirby Larson, Lisa Dale Norton, Derek Sheffield, Ana Maria Spagna, Wayne Ude, Sarah Van Arsdale, David Wagoner, Carolyne L. Wright, and Susan Zwinger. Each semester began with intensive in-person residencies offering morning classes in craft, workshop, and directed reading, and afternoon sessions on the profession of writing. The three hours of afternoon classes were taught by guest faculty, bestselling authors and renowned agents, editors, and writing industry professionals. At the end of residency, students returned home to complete the rest of the semester via online class forums.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United States''</small> || https://www.nila.edu/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=https://www.nila.edu/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q28402593|Northwest Institute of Literary Arts]]''' || educational institution || The Northwest Institute of Literary Arts (NILA) was a non-profit 501(c)3 Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing low-residency program founded by the Whidbey Island Writers Association, in operation for twelve years, from 2005 to 2016. Beginning with an enrollment of nine students, the NILA MFA program grew to a peak enrollment of 62 students in 2014. Also known as the Whidbey Writers Workshop MFA, the low residency program was taught by the following regular faculty: Kathleen Alcalá, Bonny Becker, Carmen T. Bernier-Grand, Stephanie Bodeen, Andrea Brown, Lawrence W. Cheek, Gary Copeland Lilley, Jerry Gabriel, Kate Gale, Melissa Hart, Bruce Holland Rogers, Christopher Howell, Andrea Hurst, Kirby Larson, Lisa Dale Norton, Derek Sheffield, Ana Maria Spagna, Wayne Ude, Sarah Van Arsdale, David Wagoner, Carolyne L. Wright, and Susan Zwinger. Each semester began with intensive in-person residencies offering morning classes in craft, workshop, and directed reading, and afternoon sessions on the profession of writing. The three hours of afternoon classes were taught by guest faculty, bestselling authors and renowned agents, editors, and writing industry professionals. At the end of residency, students returned home to complete the rest of the semester via online class forums.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United States''</small> || https://www.nila.edu/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=https://www.nila.edu/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5290704|Northwich Manchester Villa F.C.]]''' || association football club || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/northwichvilla/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/northwichvilla/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5290704|Northwich Manchester Villa F.C.]]''' || association football club || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/northwichvilla/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/northwichvilla/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1687698|Norwegian National Rail Administration]]''' || government agency || The Norwegian National Rail Administration was a government agency responsible for owning, maintaining, operating and developing the Norwegian railway network, including the track, stations, classification yards, traffic management and timetables. Safety oversight was the duty of the Norwegian Railway Inspectorate, while numerous operating companies run trains on the lines; the largest being the state owned passenger company Norges Statsbaner (NSB) and the freight company CargoNet.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Norway''</small> || http://www.jernbaneverket.no/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.jernbaneverket.no/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1687698|Norwegian National Rail Administration]]''' || government agency || The Norwegian National Rail Administration was a government agency responsible for owning, maintaining, operating and developing the Norwegian railway network, including the track, stations, classification yards, traffic management and timetables. Safety oversight was the duty of the Norwegian Railway Inspectorate, while numerous operating companies run trains on the lines; the largest being the state owned passenger company Norges Statsbaner (NSB) and the freight company CargoNet.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Norway''</small> || http://www.jernbaneverket.no/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.jernbaneverket.no/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7063452|Notre Dame High School for Girls]]''' || high school || Notre Dame High School for Girls was a private, Roman Catholic, all-girls, college prep 9-12 high school in Chicago, Illinois, United States. It was founded in 1938 by the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur and in 2009, was incorporated by the Archdiocese of Chicago, making it part of the St. Ferdinand Parish. Its teachings were based on the educational philosophy of St. Julie Billiart, founder of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur. The school provides moral, academic, physical and social education.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Illinois''</small> || http://www.ndhs4girls.org || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.ndhs4girls.org {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7063452|Notre Dame High School for Girls]]''' || high school || Notre Dame High School for Girls was a private, Roman Catholic, all-girls, college prep 9-12 high school in Chicago, Illinois, United States. It was founded in 1938 by the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur and in 2009, was incorporated by the Archdiocese of Chicago, making it part of the St. Ferdinand Parish. Its teachings were based on the educational philosophy of St. Julie Billiart, founder of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur. The school provides moral, academic, physical and social education.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Illinois''</small> || http://www.ndhs4girls.org || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.ndhs4girls.org {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2002760|NovaLogic]]''' || video game developer || In 2008, publisher MTR Soft had displayed information about NovaLogic's upcoming title Delta Force: Angel Falls (although still not announced by NovaLogic itself). In December 2008, NovaLogic announced they have cut ties with MTR Soft, due to MTR using the license to gain additional funds. Also in 2008, NovaLogic released an alpha build of the new [https://www.novaworld2.com/ NovaWorld 2.0] featuring much better in performance and features. In early 2009, NovaLogic released Delta Force 10th Anniversary Collection (a compilation of all the official Delta Force games, user guides and the CD soundtrack from Delta Force: Black Hawk Down). On June 2, 2009 Delta Force: Xtreme 2 was released simultaneously at retail and online via digital download. Then on August 18, 2009, Joint Operations: Combined Arms Gold was released as a compilation of Joint Operations: Typhoon Rising and Joint Operations: Escalation which also included concept art, the soundtrack and more.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://www.novalogic.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.novalogic.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2377626|Novye Izvestia]]''' || daily newspaper || Novye Izvestia was a daily newspaper, published in Moscow, Russia. It existed between 1997 and May 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Russia''</small> || http://www.newizv.ru/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.newizv.ru/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2377626|Novye Izvestia]]''' || daily newspaper || Novye Izvestia was a daily newspaper, published in Moscow, Russia. It existed between 1997 and May 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Russia''</small> || http://www.newizv.ru/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.newizv.ru/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q898833|Népszabadság]]''' || newspaper || Népszabadság (; means "Liberty of the People") was a major left-leaning Hungarian newspaper.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Hungary''</small> || http://www.nol.hu || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.nol.hu {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q898833|Népszabadság]]''' || newspaper || Népszabadság (; means "Liberty of the People") was a major left-leaning Hungarian newspaper.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Hungary''</small> || http://www.nol.hu || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.nol.hu {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7072399|OC Post]]''' || newspaper || The OC Post was a daily newspaper for Orange County, California, that existed from August 21, 2006 to February 2008. Chartered by Freedom Communications, who also own and operate the Orange County Register, it was an attempt to condense a standard newspaper into a more "modern" tabloid format. || http://www.ocpost.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.ocpost.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q600457|OCZ]]''' || subsidiary company || OCZ is a brand of Toshiba that is used for some of its solid-state drives (SSDs). OCZ Storage Solutions was a manufacturer of SSDs based in San Jose, California, USA, and was the new company formed after the sale of OCZ Technology Groups SSD assets to Toshiba Corporation. Since entering the memory market as OCZ Technology in 2002, the company has targeted its products primarily at the computer hardware enthusiast market, producing performance DDR RAM, video cards, USB drives, and various cooling products. SSD devices with the OCZ brand that are using SATA III, PCI Express, Serial attached SCSI and USB 3.0 interfaces, for both client and enterprise applications are currently being produced. OCZ Storage Solutions was dissolved on April 1, 2016 and absorbed into Toshiba America Electronic Components, Inc. || http://www.ocz.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.ocz.com {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q600457|OCZ]]''' || subsidiary company || OCZ is a brand of Toshiba that is used for some of its solid-state drives (SSDs). OCZ Storage Solutions was a manufacturer of SSDs based in San Jose, California, USA, and was the new company formed after the sale of OCZ Technology Groups SSD assets to Toshiba Corporation. Since entering the memory market as OCZ Technology in 2002, the company has targeted its products primarily at the computer hardware enthusiast market, producing performance DDR RAM, video cards, USB drives, and various cooling products. SSD devices with the OCZ brand that are using SATA III, PCI Express, Serial attached SCSI and USB 3.0 interfaces, for both client and enterprise applications are currently being produced. OCZ Storage Solutions was dissolved on April 1, 2016 and absorbed into Toshiba America Electronic Components, Inc. || http://www.ocz.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.ocz.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2023170|OMAS]]''' || trademark || OMAS was an Italian manufacturer of writing instruments, fountain pens, ink and related luxury goods, founded in 1925 and put in liquidation in January 2016. Their products were in the upper price range of writing instruments and had always been manufactured in their factory located in Bologna, Italy.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.omas.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.omas.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2023170|OMAS]]''' || trademark || OMAS was an Italian manufacturer of writing instruments, fountain pens, ink and related luxury goods, founded in 1925 and put in liquidation in January 2016. Their products were in the upper price range of writing instruments and had always been manufactured in their factory located in Bologna, Italy.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Italy''</small> || http://www.omas.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.omas.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| rowspan=2 | '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7079029|Offbeatr]]''' || rowspan=2 | website || rowspan=2 | Offbeatr was a US website for crowdfunding pornography. It has been described as “Kickstarter for porn”. Project creators posted pitches for new projects, which could be media, events or objects. The user community voted on projects. If a project got enough votes, it would open for funding. If a project met its goal, then the project creator got the funds. Project creators could also sell previously created material. Projects had to be based in either United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Canada, France, Australia, or New Zealand. || rowspan=2 | http://offbeatr.com/ || rowspan=2 | [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://offbeatr.com/ {{saved}}]
 
| rowspan=2 | '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7079029|Offbeatr]]''' || rowspan=2 | website || rowspan=2 | Offbeatr was a US website for crowdfunding pornography. It has been described as “Kickstarter for porn”. Project creators posted pitches for new projects, which could be media, events or objects. The user community voted on projects. If a project got enough votes, it would open for funding. If a project met its goal, then the project creator got the funds. Project creators could also sell previously created material. Projects had to be based in either United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Canada, France, Australia, or New Zealand. || rowspan=2 | http://offbeatr.com/ || rowspan=2 | [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://offbeatr.com/ {{saved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7081158|Ohsweken Demons]]''' || sports team || Ohsweken Demons were a Canadian professional indoor lacrosse team that played in the Canadian Lacrosse League. The Demons played out of the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena in Hagersville, Ontario.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ontario''</small> || http://ohswekendemons.ca || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://ohswekendemons.ca {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17040945|Oilers Octane]]''' || Dance squad || The Oilers Octane was the cheerleading team for the NHL team the Edmonton Oilers. The team was the first Canadian cheerteam in NHL history. The debut of the cheerleaders had a mixed reaction from the Edmontonian community, some signing petitions to keep cheerleading out of the sport of hockey in Canada while others supported the team. Despite this, the team performed for the first time on December 14, 2010 in a home game against the Toronto Maple Leafs. The first team had 19 cheerleaders, dressed in uniforms that resembled the original Edmonton Oilers jerseys.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Alberta''</small> || http://oilers.nhl.com/club/page.htm?id=66416 || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://oilers.nhl.com/club/page.htm?id=66416 {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q19574839|Orange Air]]''' || airline || Orange Air is a defunct American charter airline that began service in 2014. The airline was based at Orlando Sanford International Airport and was headquartered on the grounds of the airport. || http://www.flyorangeair.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.flyorangeair.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q19574839|Orange Air]]''' || airline || Orange Air is a defunct American charter airline that began service in 2014. The airline was based at Orlando Sanford International Airport and was headquartered on the grounds of the airport. || http://www.flyorangeair.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.flyorangeair.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7099578|Orange County Newschannel]]''' ||  || The Orange County Newschannel (often branded as OC Newschannel and OCN) was a regional cable news network pioneering a rolling news format, serving Orange County, California south of the Metropolitan Los Angeles area. The channel also pioneered the producer - presenter work format where the reporters self-produced television news items using the then emerging light weight cameras and video digitising ingestion systems based on Apple Computers and Oracle Database software. Needless to say this change to the work place drew the ire of unions, who experienced the digital revolution of news rooms first hand. || http://www.ocnewschannel.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.ocnewschannel.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1368516|Orenair]]''' || airline || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Russia''</small> || http://www.orenair.ru || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.orenair.ru {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1368516|Orenair]]''' || airline || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Russia''</small> || http://www.orenair.ru || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.orenair.ru {{notsaved}}]
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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/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[: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/ {{notsaved}}]
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| rowspan=3 | '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q239516|Panoramio]]''' || rowspan=3 | website || rowspan=3 | 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. || rowspan=3 | http://www.panoramio.com || rowspan=3 | [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.panoramio.com {{saved}}]
 
| rowspan=3 | '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q239516|Panoramio]]''' || rowspan=3 | website || rowspan=3 | 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. || rowspan=3 | http://www.panoramio.com || rowspan=3 | [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.panoramio.com {{saved}}]
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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 {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[: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 {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7142946|Pasta Pomodoro (restaurant)]]''' || restaurant ||  || http://www.pastapomodoro.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.pastapomodoro.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7180920|Phase 4 Films]]''' || film distributor || Phase 4 Films was a Canadian film distribution company based in Toronto. It had two branches in the United States: Los Angeles, California and Fort Mill, South Carolina. Its subsidiary kaboom! Entertainment markets children's entertainment. || http://www.phase4films.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.phase4films.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7180920|Phase 4 Films]]''' || film distributor || Phase 4 Films was a Canadian film distribution company based in Toronto. It had two branches in the United States: Los Angeles, California and Fort Mill, South Carolina. Its subsidiary kaboom! Entertainment markets children's entertainment. || http://www.phase4films.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.phase4films.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7182818|Philadelphia Spinners]]''' ||  || The Philadelphia Spinners were a professional ultimate team based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They were founded in 2012 as a team in the American Ultimate Disc League (AUDL), but then moved to Major League Ultimate (MLU). They played in the MLU until the league was suspended in 2016. Their home stadium was Carey Stadium at Germantown Academy.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Pennsylvania''</small> || http://philadelphia.spinners.mlultimate.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://philadelphia.spinners.mlultimate.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q774118|Pinacothèque de Paris]]''' || museum || The Pinacothèque de Paris was an art gallery in Paris, France, with exhibition space for temporary exhibitions of artworks. It was owned and run by Modigliani enthusiast Marc Restellini. It closed in 15 February 2016 after going into receivership in November 2015.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in France''</small> || http://www.pinacotheque.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.pinacotheque.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q774118|Pinacothèque de Paris]]''' || museum || The Pinacothèque de Paris was an art gallery in Paris, France, with exhibition space for temporary exhibitions of artworks. It was owned and run by Modigliani enthusiast Marc Restellini. It closed in 15 February 2016 after going into receivership in November 2015.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in France''</small> || http://www.pinacotheque.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.pinacotheque.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q133644|Pittwater Council]]''' || former local government area of Australia || Pittwater Council was a local government area on the Northern Beaches of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. It covered a region adjacent to the Tasman Sea about north of the Sydney central business district. The area is named after Pittwater, the body of water adjacent to much of the area governed.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.pittwater.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.pittwater.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q133644|Pittwater Council]]''' || former local government area of Australia || Pittwater Council was a local government area on the Northern Beaches of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. It covered a region adjacent to the Tasman Sea about north of the Sydney central business district. The area is named after Pittwater, the body of water adjacent to much of the area governed.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.pittwater.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.pittwater.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15995403|Pivot (TV network)]]''' ||  || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United States''</small> || http://www.pivot.tv || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.pivot.tv {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15995403|Pivot (TV network)]]''' ||  || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United States''</small> || http://www.pivot.tv || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.pivot.tv {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7201640|Planters Development Bank]]''' || business || Planters Development Bank, more commonly known as Plantersbank, is the largest privately owned and managed development bank in the Philippines as well as a China Banking Corporation subsidiary with total assets of over Php 50 billion offering banking products and services to Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs).Plantersbank is a member of MegaLink but since 2016, it merged with Chinabank. || http://www.plantersbank.com.ph/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.plantersbank.com.ph/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7201640|Planters Development Bank]]''' || business || Planters Development Bank, more commonly known as Plantersbank, is the largest privately owned and managed development bank in the Philippines as well as a China Banking Corporation subsidiary with total assets of over Php 50 billion offering banking products and services to Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs).Plantersbank is a member of MegaLink but since 2016, it merged with Chinabank. || http://www.plantersbank.com.ph/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.plantersbank.com.ph/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q637851|Playdom]]''' || video game developer || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://www.playdom.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.playdom.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3392187|Pleasure Island Family Theme Park]]''' ||  || Pleasure Island Family Theme Park was a theme park in Cleethorpes, North East Lincolnshire, England. It was commonly known as Pleasure Island. The park opened on 27 May 1993. It was originally a subsidiary of Flamingo Land Ltd. Pleasure Island became independent of Flamingo Land in May 2010 and was owned and operated by DewarSavile Enterprises Ltd until closing at the end of the 2016 season. Only McCormack's Family Bar continued in business, reopening in 2017.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.pleasure-island.co.uk/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.pleasure-island.co.uk/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3392187|Pleasure Island Family Theme Park]]''' ||  || Pleasure Island Family Theme Park was a theme park in Cleethorpes, North East Lincolnshire, England. It was commonly known as Pleasure Island. The park opened on 27 May 1993. It was originally a subsidiary of Flamingo Land Ltd. Pleasure Island became independent of Flamingo Land in May 2010 and was owned and operated by DewarSavile Enterprises Ltd until closing at the end of the 2016 season. Only McCormack's Family Bar continued in business, reopening in 2017.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.pleasure-island.co.uk/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.pleasure-island.co.uk/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q22079737|Podium Ambition Pro Cycling]]''' || UCI Women's Team || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://podiumambition.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://podiumambition.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q22079737|Podium Ambition Pro Cycling]]''' || UCI Women's Team || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://podiumambition.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://podiumambition.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16967359|Policy Innovations]]''' || website || Policy Innovations was an online magazine devoted to news and analysis examining local solutions to global challenges facing today’s interconnected world. It covered the future of cities, education, environment, food, health, gender, and technology. Policy Innovations was a global conversation about new ways of thinking. It also invited commentary on NGOs, social enterprises, companies and entrepreneurs such as Nobel Prize-winner Muhammad Yunus, who are driving change.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in New York (state)''</small> || http://www.policyinnovations.org || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.policyinnovations.org {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6064234|Populars in Freedom Party]]''' || political party in Spain || Populars in Freedom Party (, PPL) was a political party in the North African exclave of Melilla. The party was created in March 2011 by former Mayor-President of Melilla Ignacio Velázquez Rivera as a split from the People's Party (PP). In November 2016 the party was dissolved and merged into the PP.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Spain''</small> || http://www.popularesenlibertad.es/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.popularesenlibertad.es/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6064234|Populars in Freedom Party]]''' || political party in Spain || Populars in Freedom Party (, PPL) was a political party in the North African exclave of Melilla. The party was created in March 2011 by former Mayor-President of Melilla Ignacio Velázquez Rivera as a split from the People's Party (PP). In November 2016 the party was dissolved and merged into the PP.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Spain''</small> || http://www.popularesenlibertad.es/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.popularesenlibertad.es/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1543744|Portland Pirates]]''' || ice hockey team || The Portland Pirates were a minor league professional ice hockey team in the American Hockey League (AHL). Their home arena was the Cross Insurance Arena in downtown Portland, Maine. The franchise was previously known as the Baltimore Skipjacks from 1982 to 1993.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Maine''</small> || http://www.portlandpirates.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.portlandpirates.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16885042|Portland Stags]]''' || sports team || The Portland Stags were an American semi-professional ultimate team based in Portland, Oregon. The Stags competed as part of Major League Ultimate (MLU) in the league's Western Conference until the league suspended operations in 2016. The team was one of the original eight teams that formed the MLU in 2013. The team saw the post-season three times and in 2016 saw its first appearance at the MLU Championship.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Oregon''</small> || http://www.portland.stags.mlultimate.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.portland.stags.mlultimate.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7233708|Post Properties]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Georgia (U.S. state)''</small> || http://www.postproperties.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.postproperties.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7233708|Post Properties]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Georgia (U.S. state)''</small> || http://www.postproperties.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.postproperties.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16967691|Press Play (company)]]''' || video game developer ||  || http://pressplay.dk/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://pressplay.dk/ {{notsaved}}]
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| rowspan=3 | '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q24566959|Pulse nightclub]]''' || rowspan=3 | nightclub || rowspan=3 | <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Florida''</small> || rowspan=3 | http://www.pulseorlandoclub.com || rowspan=3 | [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.pulseorlandoclub.com {{saved}}]
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| [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/www.pulseorlandoclub.com www.pulseorlandoclub.com] || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/dfxfo dfxfo] || 2016-06-13 || data-sort-value=99494 | 97&nbsp;KB
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q18736970|Quick Off The Mark Productions]]''' || business || Quick Off The Mark Productions was a film & television production company operating in Glasgow, Scotland from 9 October 2009 to 7 June 2016. It was possibly best known for the films In Search of La Che and The Greyness of Autumn.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Scotland, 2016 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.quickoffthemark.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.quickoffthemark.com {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q18736970|Quick Off The Mark Productions]]''' || business || Quick Off The Mark Productions was a film & television production company operating in Glasgow, Scotland from 9 October 2009 to 7 June 2016. It was possibly best known for the films In Search of La Che and The Greyness of Autumn.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Scotland, 2016 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.quickoffthemark.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.quickoffthemark.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7271999|Quilley School]]''' || secondary school || Quilley School, originally called Alderman Quilley, was a secondary school in Eastleigh, Hampshire, England. The enrollment in 2016 was 570 pupils. || http://www.quilley.hants.sch.uk/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.quilley.hants.sch.uk/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2098195|Radikal]]''' || daily newspaper || Radikal ("Radical") was a daily liberal Turkish language newspaper, published in Istanbul. It has been published since 1996 by Aydın Doğan's Doğan Media Group. Despite only having a circulation of around 25,000 (July 2013), it was considered one of the most influential Turkish newspapers.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Turkey''</small> || http://www.radikal.com.tr/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.radikal.com.tr/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2098195|Radikal]]''' || daily newspaper || Radikal ("Radical") was a daily liberal Turkish language newspaper, published in Istanbul. It has been published since 1996 by Aydın Doğan's Doğan Media Group. Despite only having a circulation of around 25,000 (July 2013), it was considered one of the most influential Turkish newspapers.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Turkey''</small> || http://www.radikal.com.tr/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.radikal.com.tr/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q489225|Rainbow (South Korean band)]]''' || band || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in South Korea''</small> || http://rainbow.dspmedia.co.kr/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://rainbow.dspmedia.co.kr/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q489225|Rainbow (South Korean band)]]''' || band || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in South Korea''</small> || http://rainbow.dspmedia.co.kr/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://rainbow.dspmedia.co.kr/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7082139|Rayo OKC]]''' || association football club || Rayo OKC, also known as Rayo Oklahoma City, was an American professional soccer team based in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. They joined the North American Soccer League (NASL)&nbsp;– the second tier of the American soccer pyramid&nbsp;– beginning with the 2016 season. They played home games at Yukon High School's Miller Stadium in Yukon, Oklahoma. The club permanently ceased operations following the 2016 season, citing huge financial losses, management issues and heavy competition from the near by Oklahoma City Energy FC of the USL as the main reasons.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Oklahoma''</small> || https://www.rayookc.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=https://www.rayookc.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2435869|ReVamp]]''' || band || ReVamp was a Dutch progressive metal band formed by singer-songwriter Floor Jansen after her previous band After Forever disbanded in 2009.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the Netherlands''</small> || http://www.revampmusic.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.revampmusic.com {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2435869|ReVamp]]''' || band || ReVamp was a Dutch progressive metal band formed by singer-songwriter Floor Jansen after her previous band After Forever disbanded in 2009.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the Netherlands''</small> || http://www.revampmusic.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.revampmusic.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17101379|Reform Alliance (Ireland)]]''' || organization || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ireland''</small> || http://reformalliance.ie || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://reformalliance.ie {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17101379|Reform Alliance (Ireland)]]''' || organization || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ireland''</small> || http://reformalliance.ie || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://reformalliance.ie {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7310966|Relentless Software]]''' || video game developer || Relentless Software was a British video game company formed in 2003 that was based in Brighton. The company was best known for developing 12 games in the BAFTA award winning and multi-million selling Buzz! franchise from 2005 to 2010. Relentless released its first self-published title, Blue Toad Murder Files on PC and PSN in 2009 and Quiz Climber Rivals, for iPhone in 2011. Relentless has also developed Air Band and Mutation Station, for the Kinect Fun Labs series. In 2012 it released Kinect Nat Geo TV, after which co-founder David Amor left the studio. In 2014 the studio released Murder Files: The Enigma Express on iOS, Google Play, Google Chrome and Kindle Fire. In 2016 the studio was shut down. The studio was working on an unannounced title for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One before closure. || http://www.relentless.co.uk/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.relentless.co.uk/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2553434|Renegade Kid]]''' || video game developer ||  || http://www.renegadekid.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.renegadekid.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5944368|Renewed Democratic Liberty]]''' || political party || Renewed Democratic Liberty (, Spanish acronym: LIDER, alternative translations: Democratic Freedom Revival, Renewed Democratic Liberation) was a centre-right political party in Guatemala.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Guatemala''</small> || http://www.baldizon.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.baldizon.com {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5944368|Renewed Democratic Liberty]]''' || political party || Renewed Democratic Liberty (, Spanish acronym: LIDER, alternative translations: Democratic Freedom Revival, Renewed Democratic Liberation) was a centre-right political party in Guatemala.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Guatemala''</small> || http://www.baldizon.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.baldizon.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q287031|Respect Party]]''' || political party || The Respect Party was a left-wing to far-left political party active in the United Kingdom between 2004 and 2016. At the height of its success in 2007, the party had one Member of Parliament (MP) in the House of Commons and nineteen councillors in local government.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.respectparty.org/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.respectparty.org/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q287031|Respect Party]]''' || political party || The Respect Party was a left-wing to far-left political party active in the United Kingdom between 2004 and 2016. At the height of its success in 2007, the party had one Member of Parliament (MP) in the House of Commons and nineteen councillors in local government.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://www.respectparty.org/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.respectparty.org/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1781087|Rexam]]''' || business ||  || http://www.rexam.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.rexam.com {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1781087|Rexam]]''' || business ||  || http://www.rexam.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.rexam.com {{notsaved}}]
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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/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[: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/ {{notsaved}}]
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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 {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[: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 {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7353288|Robomodo]]''' || video game developer || Robomodo was an independent video game developer based in Chicago, Illinois. Robomodo was formed in early 2008 by former employees of Midway Games and EA Chicago.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Illinois''</small> || http://robomodo.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://robomodo.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q19577702|Rothley Imperial F.C.]]''' || association football club || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/rothleyimperial/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/rothleyimperial/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q19577702|Rothley Imperial F.C.]]''' || association football club || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/rothleyimperial/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/rothleyimperial/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3496564|Royal Falcon]]''' || airline || |+ Royal Falcon<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Jordan''</small> || http://www.royalfalcon.com.jo/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.royalfalcon.com.jo/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3496564|Royal Falcon]]''' || airline || |+ Royal Falcon<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Jordan''</small> || http://www.royalfalcon.com.jo/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.royalfalcon.com.jo/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4995|SABMiller]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.sabmiller.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.sabmiller.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4995|SABMiller]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.sabmiller.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.sabmiller.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q20086554|SBENU]]''' || company || SBENU was a casual/sports footwear company based in Seoul, South Korea. Established in 2013, SBENU had opened more than 100 retail stores nationwide by 2015. SBENU also expanded their business by becoming one of the main sponsors of e-sports in South Korea. They were the main sponsors for the BroodWar Sonic league, League of Legends Champions Korea league, Starleague and Global StarCraft II League.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in South Korea''</small> || http://sbenu.co.kr/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://sbenu.co.kr/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q20086554|SBENU]]''' || company || SBENU was a casual/sports footwear company based in Seoul, South Korea. Established in 2013, SBENU had opened more than 100 retail stores nationwide by 2015. SBENU also expanded their business by becoming one of the main sponsors of e-sports in South Korea. They were the main sponsors for the BroodWar Sonic league, League of Legends Champions Korea league, Starleague and Global StarCraft II League.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in South Korea''</small> || http://sbenu.co.kr/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://sbenu.co.kr/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17010551|SF Signal]]''' || website || SF Signal was a science fiction blog and fanzine published from 2003 to 2016. || http://www.sfsignal.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.sfsignal.com/ {{saved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17088319|SL Industries]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in New Jersey''</small> || http://www.slindustries.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.slindustries.com {{notsaved}}]
| [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/www.sfsignal.com www.sfsignal.com] || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/f405t f405t] || 2016-05-05 || 147057
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7397034|Sacramento Surge (soccer)]]''' || association football club || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://www.sacsurge.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.sacsurge.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3461261|Safarir]]''' || magazine || Safarir was a Canadian French-language humour magazine. The name is derived from "safari" and French "ça fait rire", "it makes you laugh". It was in circulation between 1987 and 2016<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Quebec''</small> || http://www.safarir.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.safarir.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3461261|Safarir]]''' || magazine || Safarir was a Canadian French-language humour magazine. The name is derived from "safari" and French "ça fait rire", "it makes you laugh". It was in circulation between 1987 and 2016<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Quebec''</small> || http://www.safarir.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.safarir.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7401630|Saint Lawrence Academy (Santa Clara)]]''' || educational institution || || http://saintlawrenceacademy.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://saintlawrenceacademy.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17066366|San Francisco Dogfish]]''' || sports team || The San Francisco Dogfish were a professional ultimate team in the Western Conference of Major League Ultimate. They began their inaugural season on April 20, 2013, at home, against the Portland Stags. The MLU folded in December 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://sanfrancisco.dogfish.mlultimate.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://sanfrancisco.dogfish.mlultimate.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7408763|Samanyolu Haber TV]]''' || television station || Samanyolu Haber TV was one of the Turkish national news channels broadcasting internationally. It was launched after expansion of Samanyolu TV network which included Mehtap TV (a culture oriented channel), Burc FM (a culture oriented radio channel), Yumurcak TV (a children's channel), and Dünya Radyo (an entertainment channel). || http://www.samanyoluhaber.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.samanyoluhaber.com/ {{saved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q24185191|San Francisco Rush (rugby)]]''' || sports club || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://www.prorugby.org/team/san-francisco/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.prorugby.org/team/san-francisco/ {{notsaved}}]
| [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/www.samanyoluhaber.com www.samanyoluhaber.com] || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/9lvi5 9lvi5] || 2016-08-08 || 4
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3278939|Scholarism]]''' || political organization || Scholarism was a Hong Kong pro-democracy student activist group active in the fields of Hong Kong's education policy, political reform and youth policy.{{cite web<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Hong Kong''</small> || http://scholarism.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://scholarism.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3278939|Scholarism]]''' || political organization || Scholarism was a Hong Kong pro-democracy student activist group active in the fields of Hong Kong's education policy, political reform and youth policy.{{cite web<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Hong Kong''</small> || http://scholarism.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://scholarism.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q503487|Scion (automobile)]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://www.scion.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.scion.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16933574|Scotland 2016]]''' || news program || Scotland 2016 was a news and current affairs programme from BBC Scotland News, presented by Sarah Smith and Jonathan Sutherland. <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Scotland''</small> || http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04y40h2 || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04y40h2 {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16933574|Scotland 2016]]''' || news program || Scotland 2016 was a news and current affairs programme from BBC Scotland News, presented by Sarah Smith and Jonathan Sutherland. <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Scotland''</small> || http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04y40h2 || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04y40h2 {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q891637|SeaPort Airlines]]''' || airline || SeaPort Airlines was a US-based regional airline with its headquarters at Portland International Airport in Portland, Oregon. || http://www.seaportair.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.seaportair.com {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q891637|SeaPort Airlines]]''' || airline || SeaPort Airlines was a US-based regional airline with its headquarters at Portland International Airport in Portland, Oregon. || http://www.seaportair.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.seaportair.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17149378|Seattle Rainmakers (MLU)]]''' || sports team || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Washington (state)''</small> || http://seattle.rainmakers.mlultimate.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://seattle.rainmakers.mlultimate.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7447006|Seitse]]''' ||  || Seitse is a private Estonian television channel. It includes culture and music for Estonians and Russians of ages 25–45. Music channel Seitse shows at least 400 music videos per day.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Estonia''</small> || http://www.seitse.tv || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.seitse.tv {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7447006|Seitse]]''' ||  || Seitse is a private Estonian television channel. It includes culture and music for Estonians and Russians of ages 25–45. Music channel Seitse shows at least 400 music videos per day.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Estonia''</small> || http://www.seitse.tv || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.seitse.tv {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1548886|Senegal Airlines]]''' || airline || Groupe Air Sénégal, operating as Senegal Airlines, was an airline with its head office on the property of Léopold Sédar Senghor International Airport in Dakar, Senegal. It operated a scheduled network in Senegal and neighbouring countries from its main base at Léopold Sédar Senghor International Airport.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Senegal''</small> || http://www.senegalairlines.aero/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.senegalairlines.aero/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1548886|Senegal Airlines]]''' || airline || Groupe Air Sénégal, operating as Senegal Airlines, was an airline with its head office on the property of Léopold Sédar Senghor International Airport in Dakar, Senegal. It operated a scheduled network in Senegal and neighbouring countries from its main base at Léopold Sédar Senghor International Airport.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Senegal''</small> || http://www.senegalairlines.aero/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.senegalairlines.aero/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1971820|Sharks F.C.]]''' || association football club || Sharks F.C. is a former Nigerian football club based in Port Harcourt, Rivers State. They played in the top division in Nigerian football, the Nigerian Premier League. Their home stadium was Sharks Stadium although they played some of their bigger games at Liberation Stadium. In 2016, the club was officially merged with city rivals Dolphins F.C. and the two teams became collectively known as Rivers United F.C.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Nigeria, 2010s disestablishments in Rivers State''</small> || http://www.sharks-fc.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.sharks-fc.com {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1971820|Sharks F.C.]]''' || association football club || Sharks F.C. is a former Nigerian football club based in Port Harcourt, Rivers State. They played in the top division in Nigerian football, the Nigerian Premier League. Their home stadium was Sharks Stadium although they played some of their bigger games at Liberation Stadium. In 2016, the club was officially merged with city rivals Dolphins F.C. and the two teams became collectively known as Rivers United F.C.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Nigeria, 2010s disestablishments in Rivers State''</small> || http://www.sharks-fc.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.sharks-fc.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3481600|Shaw Media]]''' || business || Shaw Media was the television broadcasting division of Shaw Communications. Shaw Media owned the Global Television Network, which broadcasts nationally via 13 television stations, as well as 19 specialty channels including Slice, HGTV Canada, Showcase, Food Network Canada, and History.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ontario''</small> || http://www.shawmedia.ca/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.shawmedia.ca/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3481600|Shaw Media]]''' || business || Shaw Media was the television broadcasting division of Shaw Communications. Shaw Media owned the Global Television Network, which broadcasts nationally via 13 television stations, as well as 19 specialty channels including Slice, HGTV Canada, Showcase, Food Network Canada, and History.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ontario''</small> || http://www.shawmedia.ca/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.shawmedia.ca/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7493603|Shelfari]]''' || business || Shelfari was a social cataloging website for books that merged with GoodReads. Shelfari users build virtual bookshelves of the titles they own or have read, and can rate, review, tag, and discuss their books. Users can also create groups that other members may join, create discussions, and talk about books, or other topics. Recommendations can be sent to friends on the site for what books to read. || http://www.shelfari.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.shelfari.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7495516|Sherwood Academy, Gedling]]''' || secondary school || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.sherwoodacademy.org.uk/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.sherwoodacademy.org.uk/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7495516|Sherwood Academy, Gedling]]''' || secondary school || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.sherwoodacademy.org.uk/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.sherwoodacademy.org.uk/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q18712525|Shift (MSNBC)]]''' || broadcast network || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United States''</small> || http://www.msnbc.com/shift || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.msnbc.com/shift {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q18712525|Shift (MSNBC)]]''' || broadcast network || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United States''</small> || http://www.msnbc.com/shift || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.msnbc.com/shift {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q18166366|Shomi]]''' || website || Shomi (pronounced "show me") is a defunct Canadian subscription video on demand service jointly owned by Rogers Communications and Shaw Communications. The service was viewed as a Canadian-based competitor to Netflix, with a library of 1,200 films and 11,000 hours worth of television programs available on launch. Shomi content could be accessed as an over-the-top service through the service's website and apps, or through the video-on-demand libraries of participating television providers. The service emphasized manually curated categories of content, in contrast to the algorithmic approach used by competing services.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ontario''</small> || http://www.shomi.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.shomi.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q18166366|Shomi]]''' || website || Shomi (pronounced "show me") is a defunct Canadian subscription video on demand service jointly owned by Rogers Communications and Shaw Communications. The service was viewed as a Canadian-based competitor to Netflix, with a library of 1,200 films and 11,000 hours worth of television programs available on launch. Shomi content could be accessed as an over-the-top service through the service's website and apps, or through the video-on-demand libraries of participating television providers. The service emphasized manually curated categories of content, in contrast to the algorithmic approach used by competing services.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ontario''</small> || http://www.shomi.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.shomi.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1129966|Shuanghuan Auto]]''' || business || Shuanghuan Auto (officially Shijiazhuang Shuanghuan Automobile Co., Ltd.) was a Chinese automobile manufacturer headquartered in Shijiazhuang, Hebei Province. It was established in April 1988 and acquired the state-owned automobile manufacturer Red Star in 2002. || http://www.hbshauto.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.hbshauto.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1129966|Shuanghuan Auto]]''' || business || Shuanghuan Auto (officially Shijiazhuang Shuanghuan Automobile Co., Ltd.) was a Chinese automobile manufacturer headquartered in Shijiazhuang, Hebei Province. It was established in April 1988 and acquired the state-owned automobile manufacturer Red Star in 2002. || http://www.hbshauto.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.hbshauto.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7517826|Similkameen News Leader]]''' || newspaper || The Similkameen News Leader was a local and independently owned weekly newspaper serving the Princeton and Keremeos areas of the Similkameen Valley in Southern British Columbia since 1997. The paper's focus was on local stories. It closed in July 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in British Columbia''</small> || http://www.thenewsleader.net// || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.thenewsleader.net// {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7517826|Similkameen News Leader]]''' || newspaper || The Similkameen News Leader was a local and independently owned weekly newspaper serving the Princeton and Keremeos areas of the Similkameen Valley in Southern British Columbia since 1997. The paper's focus was on local stories. It closed in July 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in British Columbia''</small> || http://www.thenewsleader.net// || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.thenewsleader.net// {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q23839262|Singapore Pinacothèque de Paris]]''' || art museum || Singapore Pinacothèque de Paris was a private art museum formerly located in the Fort Canning Arts Centre at Fort Canning Park, Singapore. It opened to the public on 30 May 2015 and had its last day of operations on 10 April 2016, citing "weaker than expected visitorship and other business and financial challenges faced". The company which managed the museum, Art Heritage Singapore, faced a lawsuit in Singapore initiated by an Italian exhibition organiser over a sum of about €435,000 as the closure occurred.{{cite news|title=Private art museum in Fort Canning to close as it faces lawsuit<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Singapore''</small> || http://www.pinacotheque.com.sg || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.pinacotheque.com.sg {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q23839262|Singapore Pinacothèque de Paris]]''' || art museum || Singapore Pinacothèque de Paris was a private art museum formerly located in the Fort Canning Arts Centre at Fort Canning Park, Singapore. It opened to the public on 30 May 2015 and had its last day of operations on 10 April 2016, citing "weaker than expected visitorship and other business and financial challenges faced". The company which managed the museum, Art Heritage Singapore, faced a lawsuit in Singapore initiated by an Italian exhibition organiser over a sum of about €435,000 as the closure occurred.{{cite news|title=Private art museum in Fort Canning to close as it faces lawsuit<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Singapore''</small> || http://www.pinacotheque.com.sg || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.pinacotheque.com.sg {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17125272|Skatterbrane]]''' || company || Skatterbrane was a company that manufactured guitar pickups. The company and website shut down in 2015 or 2016. || http://www.skatterbranepickups.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.skatterbranepickups.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17125272|Skatterbrane]]''' || company || Skatterbrane was a company that manufactured guitar pickups. The company and website shut down in 2015 or 2016. || http://www.skatterbranepickups.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.skatterbranepickups.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q223823|Skonto FC]]''' || association football club || Skonto FC was a Latvian football club, founded in 1991. The club played at the Skonto Stadium in Riga. Skonto won the Virsliga in the first 14 seasons of the league's resumption (15 in total), and often provided the core of the Latvia national football team. With those 14 national championships in a row, they set a European record, men and women's football combined, until the women of Faroese club KÍ Klaksvík won their 14th championship in row in 2013. <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Latvia''</small> || http://www.skontofc.lv || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.skontofc.lv {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q223823|Skonto FC]]''' || association football club || Skonto FC was a Latvian football club, founded in 1991. The club played at the Skonto Stadium in Riga. Skonto won the Virsliga in the first 14 seasons of the league's resumption (15 in total), and often provided the core of the Latvia national football team. With those 14 national championships in a row, they set a European record, men and women's football combined, until the women of Faroese club KÍ Klaksvík won their 14th championship in row in 2013. <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Latvia''</small> || http://www.skontofc.lv || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.skontofc.lv {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q820309|Snowy River Shire]]''' || former local government area of Australia || The Snowy River Shire was a local government area in the Australian Alps region of New South Wales, Australia from 1939 until May 2016. It was named after the Snowy River that runs through it. Prior to 1936, it had been named as Dalgety Shire since establishment in 1906.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.snowyriver.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.snowyriver.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q820309|Snowy River Shire]]''' || former local government area of Australia || The Snowy River Shire was a local government area in the Australian Alps region of New South Wales, Australia from 1939 until May 2016. It was named after the Snowy River that runs through it. Prior to 1936, it had been named as Dalgety Shire since establishment in 1906.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.snowyriver.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.snowyriver.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7548998|SoHo (Australian TV channel)]]''' ||  ||  || http://www.sohotv.com.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.sohotv.com.au/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1410270|Sol Líneas Aéreas]]''' || airline || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Argentina''</small> || http://www.sol.com.ar/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.sol.com.ar/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1410270|Sol Líneas Aéreas]]''' || airline || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Argentina''</small> || http://www.sol.com.ar/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.sol.com.ar/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3044849|Solar Euromed]]''' || business || Solar Euromed is a high technology group based in France specialized in concentrated solar power technology, in activity from 2007 to 2016. || http://www.solareuromed.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.solareuromed.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7570767|Southfield-Lathrup High School]]''' || high school || Southfield-Lathrup High School was a senior high school in Lathrup Village, Michigan, United States. It was the second oldest of three high schools in the Southfield Public Schools district, the oldest being Southfield High School, and the youngest being University High School Academy. || http://www.southfield.k12.mi.us/schools/hs/southfield-lathrup-high-school/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.southfield.k12.mi.us/schools/hs/southfield-lathrup-high-school/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7579306|Sport Chalet]]''' || business || Sport Chalet was a sporting goods chain with 47 stores in Southern & Northern California, Arizona, Nevada, and Utah. Most stores were over in size, with many including dive pools and offering SCUBA classes. Sport Chalet stores usually featured large apparel and footwear departments complemented by an array of specialized departments and sections. On April 16, 2016, the company announced that it would close all stores in the coming months and that all online sales had already stopped. The last stores closed in June 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://www.sportchalet.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.sportchalet.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7579306|Sport Chalet]]''' || business || Sport Chalet was a sporting goods chain with 47 stores in Southern & Northern California, Arizona, Nevada, and Utah. Most stores were over in size, with many including dive pools and offering SCUBA classes. Sport Chalet stores usually featured large apparel and footwear departments complemented by an array of specialized departments and sections. On April 16, 2016, the company announced that it would close all stores in the coming months and that all online sales had already stopped. The last stores closed in June 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in California''</small> || http://www.sportchalet.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.sportchalet.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7579688|Sports Authority]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Colorado''</small> || http://www.sportsauthority.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.sportsauthority.com/ {{saved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7579688|Sports Authority]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Colorado''</small> || http://www.sportsauthority.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.sportsauthority.com/ {{saved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1474509|Springfield Falcons]]''' || ice hockey team || The Springfield Falcons were an ice hockey team in the American Hockey League (AHL) and played in Springfield, Massachusetts, at the MassMutual Center.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Massachusetts''</small> || http://www.falconsahl.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.falconsahl.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7587404|St. Catharine College]]''' || university || St. Catharine College was a small Roman Catholic liberal arts college located near Springfield, Kentucky in the United States. The college was formerly accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, and had a peak enrollment of 750 students.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Kentucky''</small> || http://www.sccky.edu || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.sccky.edu {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7587404|St. Catharine College]]''' || university || St. Catharine College was a small Roman Catholic liberal arts college located near Springfield, Kentucky in the United States. The college was formerly accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, and had a peak enrollment of 750 students.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Kentucky''</small> || http://www.sccky.edu || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.sccky.edu {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q23022746|Star Utsav Movies]]''' || specialty channel || Star Utsav Movies (Earlier Star Gold Romance) is an Indian Television channel is owned by Star India. Star India officially launched its free-to-air (FTA) Hindi movie channel Star Utsav Movies on 28 May 2016. The channel, targeted primarily at rural markets, will be initially available exclusively on Doordarshan’s free direct-to-home (DTH) platform Freedish. Star will take a call later on the channel's future distribution strategy. || http://www.hotstar.com/channels/star-Gold || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.hotstar.com/channels/star-Gold {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q21189788|StarWipe]]''' || organization || StarWipe was a satirical website from The Onion which parodied celebrity gossip sites, such as TMZ. It launched on September 21, 2015, and closed on June 17, 2016. It was run by Sean O'Neal, the senior editor of The A.V. Club.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Illinois''</small> || http://www.starwipe.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.starwipe.com/ {{saved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q21189788|StarWipe]]''' || organization || StarWipe was a satirical website from The Onion which parodied celebrity gossip sites, such as TMZ. It launched on September 21, 2015, and closed on June 17, 2016. It was run by Sean O'Neal, the senior editor of The A.V. Club.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Illinois''</small> || http://www.starwipe.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.starwipe.com/ {{saved}}]
| [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/www.starwipe.com www.starwipe.com] || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/629tg 629tg] || 2016-07-07 || 42124
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q8194176|Starchild (label)]]''' || record label || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Japan''</small> || http://www.starchild.co.jp/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.starchild.co.jp/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q8194176|Starchild (label)]]''' || record label || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Japan''</small> || http://www.starchild.co.jp/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.starchild.co.jp/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4146679|State Ministry on Diaspora Issues of Georgia]]''' ||  || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Georgia (country)''</small> || http://www.diaspora.gov.ge || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.diaspora.gov.ge {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4146679|State Ministry on Diaspora Issues of Georgia]]''' ||  || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Georgia (country)''</small> || http://www.diaspora.gov.ge || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.diaspora.gov.ge {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4992912|Statoil Fuel & Retail]]''' || business || Statoil Fuel & Retail was a Norwegian energy retail company, formed by the 2010 separation of the downstream business of Statoil ASA into a separate listed company.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Norway''</small> || http://www.statoilfuelretail.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.statoilfuelretail.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4992912|Statoil Fuel & Retail]]''' || business || Statoil Fuel & Retail was a Norwegian energy retail company, formed by the 2010 separation of the downstream business of Statoil ASA into a separate listed company.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Norway''</small> || http://www.statoilfuelretail.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.statoilfuelretail.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q21189525|Steel City Menace]]''' || sports team || *Steel City Menace (2016)<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Colorado''</small> || http://menacefootball.wix.com/mhmenacefootbal || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://menacefootball.wix.com/mhmenacefootbal {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7607708|Stenopetala]]''' || scientific journal || Stenopetala was a quarterly periodical and the official publication of The New Zealand Carnivorous Plant Society. Typical articles included matters of horticultural interest, field reports, literature reviews, and cultivar descriptions. <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in New Zealand''</small> || http://www.nzcps.co.nz/NZCPSOurJournal.html || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.nzcps.co.nz/NZCPSOurJournal.html {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7607708|Stenopetala]]''' || scientific journal || Stenopetala was a quarterly periodical and the official publication of The New Zealand Carnivorous Plant Society. Typical articles included matters of horticultural interest, field reports, literature reviews, and cultivar descriptions. <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in New Zealand''</small> || http://www.nzcps.co.nz/NZCPSOurJournal.html || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.nzcps.co.nz/NZCPSOurJournal.html {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2717232|Steorn]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ireland''</small> || http://www.steorn.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.steorn.com {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2717232|Steorn]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ireland''</small> || http://www.steorn.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.steorn.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1307798|Stream of Passion]]''' || band || Stream of Passion was a Dutch progressive metal band with symphonic, latin and gothic influences founded by guitarist and composer Arjen Anthony Lucassen and Mexican singer, violinist, and lyricist Marcela Bovio. They have released four studio albums.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the Netherlands''</small> || http://www.streamofpassion.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.streamofpassion.com {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1307798|Stream of Passion]]''' || band || Stream of Passion was a Dutch progressive metal band with symphonic, latin and gothic influences founded by guitarist and composer Arjen Anthony Lucassen and Mexican singer, violinist, and lyricist Marcela Bovio. They have released four studio albums.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the Netherlands''</small> || http://www.streamofpassion.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.streamofpassion.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q18338405|Strength in Democracy]]''' || political party || Strength in Democracy (French: Forces et Démocratie, ) was a Canadian federal political party founded in 2014, by two Quebec Members of Parliament (MPs). From October 2014 to October 2015, the party was represented in the House of Commons of Canada by its two founding members, Jean-François Fortin and Jean-François Larose. The party was led from its inception by Fortin.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Quebec''</small> || http://www.forcesetdemocratie.org/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.forcesetdemocratie.org/ {{saved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7624390|Strome, Alberta]]''' || hamlet in Alberta || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Alberta''</small> || http://www.villageofstrome.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.villageofstrome.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1938783|Studio Fantasia]]''' || animation studio ||  was a Japanese animation studio. It was founded on October 12, 1983 by Tomohisa Iizuka, then an employee of Tsuchida Production, as its CEO.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Japan''</small> || http://www.studiofantasia.co.jp || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.studiofantasia.co.jp {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1938783|Studio Fantasia]]''' || animation studio ||  was a Japanese animation studio. It was founded on October 12, 1983 by Tomohisa Iizuka, then an employee of Tsuchida Production, as its CEO.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Japan''</small> || http://www.studiofantasia.co.jp || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.studiofantasia.co.jp {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7639881|Sundsvallsflyg]]''' || airline || Sundsvallsflyg was a small regional airline based in Sundsvall, Sweden. Their own staff worked partly as ground personnel and as cabin crew on the aircraft, which were operated by Braathens Regional. Sundsvallflyg was part of the now dissolved brand Sverigeflyg which incorporated several small domestic airlines.  || http://www.sundsvallsflyg.se/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.sundsvallsflyg.se/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7639881|Sundsvallsflyg]]''' || airline || Sundsvallsflyg was a small regional airline based in Sundsvall, Sweden. Their own staff worked partly as ground personnel and as cabin crew on the aircraft, which were operated by Braathens Regional. Sundsvallflyg was part of the now dissolved brand Sverigeflyg which incorporated several small domestic airlines.  || http://www.sundsvallsflyg.se/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.sundsvallsflyg.se/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q24185435|Sunshine Coast Theological College]]''' ||  || Sunshine Coast Theological College (SCTC), formerly known as Westminster Theological College, was a Bible college in Buderim, Queensland which was affiliated with the Australian College of Theology until SCTC's closure in 2016. The college had offered a Bachelor of Christian Studies, an associate degree in Theology, advanced diplomas and diplomas. The principal was Terry Clarke. || http://www.sctc.org.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.sctc.org.au/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q18166172|Super Black Racing]]''' ||  || Super Black Racing was a New Zealand motor racing team, that competed in the Australian Supercars Championship between 2014 and 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in New Zealand''</small> || https://www.superblack.co.nz/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=https://www.superblack.co.nz/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q18166172|Super Black Racing]]''' ||  || Super Black Racing was a New Zealand motor racing team, that competed in the Australian Supercars Championship between 2014 and 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in New Zealand''</small> || https://www.superblack.co.nz/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=https://www.superblack.co.nz/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7642234|SuperCasino (TV channel)]]''' ||  ||  || http://www.supercasino.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.supercasino.com {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7655774|Sweett Group]]''' || business || Sweett Group, formerly known as Cyril Sweett, is an international physical assets management consultancy. It is part of Currie & Brown.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.sweettgroup.com/home || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.sweettgroup.com/home {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7655774|Sweett Group]]''' || business || Sweett Group, formerly known as Cyril Sweett, is an international physical assets management consultancy. It is part of Currie & Brown.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.sweettgroup.com/home || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.sweettgroup.com/home {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q29726|Sydney Entertainment Centre]]''' || stadium || Sydney Entertainment Centre (later known as Qantas Credit Union Arena) was a multi-purpose arena located in Haymarket, Sydney, Australia. It opened in May 1983, to replace Sydney Stadium, which had been demolished in 1970 to make way for the Eastern Suburbs railway line. The centre was owned by the Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority, which administered the neighbouring Darling Harbour area, and managed under a lease.<br/><small>''2015 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.sydentcent.com.au || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.sydentcent.com.au {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q29726|Sydney Entertainment Centre]]''' || stadium || Sydney Entertainment Centre (later known as Qantas Credit Union Arena) was a multi-purpose arena located in Haymarket, Sydney, Australia. It opened in May 1983, to replace Sydney Stadium, which had been demolished in 1970 to make way for the Eastern Suburbs railway line. The centre was owned by the Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority, which administered the neighbouring Darling Harbour area, and managed under a lease.<br/><small>''2015 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.sydentcent.com.au || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.sydentcent.com.au {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q627952|Syfy (Dutch TV channel)]]''' ||  ||  || http://www.syfyuniversal.nl || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.syfyuniversal.nl {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6569376|Sızıntı]]''' || magazine || Sızıntı was a monthly Islamic magazine published between 1979 and July 2016 in Turkey. Its English-language version is known as The Fountain. The magazine was started by and is operated by members of the Gülen movement, made up of the followers of the Turkish preacher and Islamic opinion leader Fethullah Gülen, and claims to bring together Islam and science by stressing the alleged "parallels" between modern scientific discoveries and literal verses from the Quran. || http://www.sizinti.com.tr/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.sizinti.com.tr/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q6569376|Sızıntı]]''' || magazine || Sızıntı was a monthly Islamic magazine published between 1979 and July 2016 in Turkey. Its English-language version is known as The Fountain. The magazine was started by and is operated by members of the Gülen movement, made up of the followers of the Turkish preacher and Islamic opinion leader Fethullah Gülen, and claims to bring together Islam and science by stressing the alleged "parallels" between modern scientific discoveries and literal verses from the Quran. || http://www.sizinti.com.tr/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.sizinti.com.tr/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1387712|TOT S.C.]]''' || association football club || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Thailand''</small> || http://www.totsc.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.totsc.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1387712|TOT S.C.]]''' || association football club || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Thailand''</small> || http://www.totsc.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.totsc.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7671521|TRT HD]]''' || television station || TRT HD was the second High definition channel of TRT after TRT 3 HD. It was launched on 24 May 2010. It broadcasts events such as the Eurovision Song Contest in HD. || http://www.trthd.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.trthd.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7671975|TTV World]]''' ||  || TTV World was a television channel operated by Taiwan Television (TTV) in Taiwan, launched on 22 July 2005, but was only broadcast abroad. On Singtel TV pay TV Customers in Singapore Channel 528. || http://www.ttv.com.tw/world/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.ttv.com.tw/world/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q379283|TV7 (Bulgaria)]]''' || television channel ||  || http://www.tv7.bg/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.tv7.bg/ {{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 || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.takepart.com {{saved}}]
 
| '''[[: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 || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.takepart.com {{saved}}]
| [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/www.takepart.com www.takepart.com] || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/8sra9 8sra9] || 2014-01-30 || {{red|0}}  
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17041036|Talentvision 2 HD]]''' || television channel || Talentvision 2 HD (Traditional Chinese/Simplified Chinese: 城市2高清台, Pinyin: chéngshì èr gāoqīng tái) was a Canadian Mandarin Chinese Category B specialty channel. It was owned by the Vancouver-based Fairchild Media Group (a subsidiary of the Fairchild Group) and Television Broadcasts Limited. The station broadcast exclusively in high definition. || http://www.talentvisiontv.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.talentvisiontv.com {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q847922|Taraf]]''' || newspaper || Taraf ("Side" in Turkish) was a liberal newspaper in Turkey. It had distinguished itself by opposing interference by the Turkish military in the country's social and political affairs. It was distributed nationwide, and had been in circulation since November 15, 2007. On July 27, 2016, the newspaper was closed under a statutory decree during the state of emergency after the 2016 Turkish coup d'état attempt, due to its alleged links with the coup plotters' Gülen movement.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Turkey''</small> || http://www.taraf.com.tr/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.taraf.com.tr/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q847922|Taraf]]''' || newspaper || Taraf ("Side" in Turkish) was a liberal newspaper in Turkey. It had distinguished itself by opposing interference by the Turkish military in the country's social and political affairs. It was distributed nationwide, and had been in circulation since November 15, 2007. On July 27, 2016, the newspaper was closed under a statutory decree during the state of emergency after the 2016 Turkish coup d'état attempt, due to its alleged links with the coup plotters' Gülen movement.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Turkey''</small> || http://www.taraf.com.tr/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.taraf.com.tr/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7688015|Tates Travel]]''' || bus company || Tates Travel was a local bus operator based in Barnsley in England, operating services in South Yorkshire and West Yorkshire.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.tates-travel.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.tates-travel.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7688015|Tates Travel]]''' || bus company || Tates Travel was a local bus operator based in Barnsley in England, operating services in South Yorkshire and West Yorkshire.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.tates-travel.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.tates-travel.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1347679|Tektronix]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Oregon''</small> || http://www.tek.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.tek.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1347679|Tektronix]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Oregon''</small> || http://www.tek.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.tek.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1368733|Telemark University College]]''' || university college || Telemark University College (TUC, , HiT) was, until its merger, the fourth largest university college in Norway. The University College had about 7000 students, split between four different locations in Bø, Notodden, Porsgrunn, Rauland and Drammen.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Norway''</small> || http://www.hit.no/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.hit.no/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1368733|Telemark University College]]''' || university college || Telemark University College (TUC, , HiT) was, until its merger, the fourth largest university college in Norway. The University College had about 7000 students, split between four different locations in Bø, Notodden, Porsgrunn, Rauland and Drammen.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Norway''</small> || http://www.hit.no/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.hit.no/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7711664|The "Blog" of "Unnecessary" Quotation Marks]]''' || website || The "Blog" of "Unnecessary" Quotation Marks was a blog about the misuse of English quotation marks. The blog features photographs of signs, notes and advertisements that misuse quotation marks, usually intended as emphasis. Most photographs are reader submissions, curated and commented on by blog author Bethany Keeley-Jonker, who generally intentionally misinterprets the depicted sign. || http://www.unnecessaryquotes.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.unnecessaryquotes.com/ {{saved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7711664|The "Blog" of "Unnecessary" Quotation Marks]]''' || website || The "Blog" of "Unnecessary" Quotation Marks was a blog about the misuse of English quotation marks. The blog features photographs of signs, notes and advertisements that misuse quotation marks, usually intended as emphasis. Most photographs are reader submissions, curated and commented on by blog author Bethany Keeley-Jonker, who generally intentionally misinterprets the depicted sign. || http://www.unnecessaryquotes.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.unnecessaryquotes.com/ {{saved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7714363|The Art Institute of California – Los Angeles]]''' || art school || The Art Institute of California – Los Angeles (AICA-LA) is a for-profit college for creative arts education in Los Angeles, California area. Its career-preparing programs are Culinary Arts, Culinary Management, Game Art & Design, Graphic Design, Interactive Media Design, Interior Design, Industrial Design, Media Arts & Animation, Audio Production and Digital Video Production/Motion Picture, amongst other programs. It is a member of The Art Institutes system of educational institutions. The college is accredited by Senior College and University Commission, or WASC, to award bachelor's or associate degrees, as a campus of Argosy University. || http://www.artinstitutes.edu/los-angeles/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.artinstitutes.edu/los-angeles/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7715300|The Bad Shepherds]]''' || band || The Bad Shepherds were an English folk band, formed by the comedian Adrian Edmondson in 2008. They played folk punk songs with traditional folk instruments. The band primarily consisted of Edmondson (vocals, mandolins, mandola) and Troy Donockley (uilleann pipes, cittern, whistles, vocals). || http://www.thebadshepherds.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.thebadshepherds.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7716431|The Bellevue Gazette]]''' || newspaper || The Bellevue Gazette was an American bi-weekly newspaper published Wednesdays and Saturdays in Bellevue, Ohio. It was owned by Civitas Media, a subsidiary of Versa Capital Management.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ohio''</small> || http://www.thebellevuegazette.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.thebellevuegazette.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7716431|The Bellevue Gazette]]''' || newspaper || The Bellevue Gazette was an American bi-weekly newspaper published Wednesdays and Saturdays in Bellevue, Ohio. It was owned by Civitas Media, a subsidiary of Versa Capital Management.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ohio''</small> || http://www.thebellevuegazette.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.thebellevuegazette.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7720424|The Brunei Times]]''' || periodical literature || The Brunei Times was an independent English-language daily compact broadsheet newspaper published in Brunei Darussalam from 2006 to 2016. It was owned by Brunei Times PLC. || http://www.bt.com.bn || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.bt.com.bn {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1751483|The Business (band)]]''' || band ||  || http://www.myspace.com/businessoi || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.myspace.com/businessoi {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7727037|The Community Group (London Borough of Hounslow)]]''' || political party || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.communitygroup.org.uk/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.communitygroup.org.uk/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7727037|The Community Group (London Borough of Hounslow)]]''' || political party || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.communitygroup.org.uk/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.communitygroup.org.uk/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7731081|The Drum (Arts Centre)]]''' || arts centre || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.the-drum.org.uk/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.the-drum.org.uk/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7731081|The Drum (Arts Centre)]]''' || arts centre || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.the-drum.org.uk/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.the-drum.org.uk/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2274943|The Enemy (UK rock band)]]''' || band ||  || http://www.theenemy.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.theenemy.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q19873183|The Fashion (website)]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Denmark''</small> || http://thefashion.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://thefashion.com {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q19873183|The Fashion (website)]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Denmark''</small> || http://thefashion.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://thefashion.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q24008313|The Girl and the Dreamcatcher]]''' || band || The Girl and the Dreamcatcher was an American pop duo from Los Angeles, California consisted of Liv and Maddie co-stars Dove Cameron ("the Girl") and Ryan McCartan ("the Dreamcatcher"). Their debut EP, Negatives, was released on GDC Records on July 29, 2016. || http://thegirlandthedreamcatcher.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://thegirlandthedreamcatcher.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q25345731|The Know (Portland, Oregon)]]''' || || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Oregon''</small> || http://www.theknowpdx.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.theknowpdx.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7737533|The Grange School and Sports College]]''' || community school ||  || http://thegrangeschool.net || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://thegrangeschool.net {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7193584|The National Alliance]]''' || political party || The National Alliance (TNA) was a political party in Kenya. It attained its current identity when it was taken over by Uhuru Kenyatta and rebranded as the vehicle for his 2012 presidential campaign.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Kenya''</small> || http://www.tna.co.ke || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.tna.co.ke {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7193584|The National Alliance]]''' || political party || The National Alliance (TNA) was a political party in Kenya. It attained its current identity when it was taken over by Uhuru Kenyatta and rebranded as the vehicle for his 2012 presidential campaign.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Kenya''</small> || http://www.tna.co.ke || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.tna.co.ke {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q22977785|The New Day (newspaper)]]''' || daily newspaper || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://thenewday.co.uk/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://thenewday.co.uk/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q22977785|The New Day (newspaper)]]''' || daily newspaper || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United Kingdom''</small> || http://thenewday.co.uk/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://thenewday.co.uk/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3522213|The Pet Network]]''' || specialty channel || The Pet Network was a Canadian English language Category B specialty channel owned by Stornoway Communications. The channel broadcast entertainment and information programming for children and adults primarily related to pets in the form of feature films, documentary films, television dramas, cartoons, docuseries, and more.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Canada''</small> || http://www.thepetnetwork.tv || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.thepetnetwork.tv {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3522213|The Pet Network]]''' || specialty channel || The Pet Network was a Canadian English language Category B specialty channel owned by Stornoway Communications. The channel broadcast entertainment and information programming for children and adults primarily related to pets in the form of feature films, documentary films, television dramas, cartoons, docuseries, and more.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Canada''</small> || http://www.thepetnetwork.tv || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.thepetnetwork.tv {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7758498|The Program Exchange]]''' || business || The Program Exchange was a syndicator of television programs. It was founded as Program Syndication Services Inc. in 1973 and later launched the DFS Program Exchange in 1979, which became the DFS-Dorland Program Exchange from 1986 to 1987. From 1987 to 2008, it was a division of Saatchi & Saatchi, an advertising agency (which acquired Dancer Fitzgerald Sample, the original owners), and would later be acquired by Publicis in 2000. In January 2008, Publicis transferred The Program Exchange from the Saatchi & Saatchi subsidiary to its ZenithOptimedia subsidiary, the logo was then changed to reflect this move. In early 2016, the programexchange.com website was shut down; the shutdown coincided with NBCUniversal's purchase of one of its most prominent clients, DreamWorks Classics. || http://www.programexchange.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.programexchange.com {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7758498|The Program Exchange]]''' || business || The Program Exchange was a syndicator of television programs. It was founded as Program Syndication Services Inc. in 1973 and later launched the DFS Program Exchange in 1979, which became the DFS-Dorland Program Exchange from 1986 to 1987. From 1987 to 2008, it was a division of Saatchi & Saatchi, an advertising agency (which acquired Dancer Fitzgerald Sample, the original owners), and would later be acquired by Publicis in 2000. In January 2008, Publicis transferred The Program Exchange from the Saatchi & Saatchi subsidiary to its ZenithOptimedia subsidiary, the logo was then changed to reflect this move. In early 2016, the programexchange.com website was shut down; the shutdown coincided with NBCUniversal's purchase of one of its most prominent clients, DreamWorks Classics. || http://www.programexchange.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.programexchange.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7762940|The Second Mile]]''' || organization || The Second Mile was a nonprofit organization for underprivileged youth, providing help for at-risk children and support for their parents in Pennsylvania. It was founded in 1977 by Jerry Sandusky, a then Penn State assistant college football coach. The charity said its youth programs serve as many as 100,000 children annually. The organization has since ceased operations after Sandusky was charged and found guilty of child sex abuse.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Pennsylvania''</small> || http://www.thesecondmile.org/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.thesecondmile.org/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16253363|The Studio School Luton]]''' || secondary school || The Studio School Luton was a 14–18 vocational studio school located in York Street, Luton, in the English county of Bedfordshire. The school closed in September 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://skillsacad.barnfield.ac.uk/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://skillsacad.barnfield.ac.uk/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q16253363|The Studio School Luton]]''' || secondary school || The Studio School Luton was a 14–18 vocational studio school located in York Street, Luton, in the English county of Bedfordshire. The school closed in September 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://skillsacad.barnfield.ac.uk/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://skillsacad.barnfield.ac.uk/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7767240|The Sum of All Thrills]]''' || amusement ride || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Florida''</small> || http://disneyworld.disney.go.com/parks/epcot/attractions/innoventions-east/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://disneyworld.disney.go.com/parks/epcot/attractions/innoventions-east/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7767240|The Sum of All Thrills]]''' || amusement ride || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Florida''</small> || http://disneyworld.disney.go.com/parks/epcot/attractions/innoventions-east/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://disneyworld.disney.go.com/parks/epcot/attractions/innoventions-east/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7767313|The Sun (Hong Kong)]]''' || daily newspaper || || http://the-sun.on.cc || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://the-sun.on.cc {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7768079|The Tampa Tribune]]''' || newspaper || The Tampa Tribune was a daily newspaper published in Tampa, Florida. One of two major newspapers published in the Tampa Bay area, the Tribune was second in circulation and readership to the Tampa Bay Times.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Florida''</small> || http://TBO.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://TBO.com/ {{saved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7768079|The Tampa Tribune]]''' || newspaper || The Tampa Tribune was a daily newspaper published in Tampa, Florida. One of two major newspapers published in the Tampa Bay area, the Tribune was second in circulation and readership to the Tampa Bay Times.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Florida''</small> || http://TBO.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://TBO.com/ {{saved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7772821|The Virginia Informer]]''' || newspaper || The Virginia Informer was a student-run publication at The College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. The newspaper contained five sections: News, Features, Sports, Arts & Culture, and Opinion. It was a member of the Collegiate Network and a member of the Associated Collegiate Press. <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Virginia''</small> || http://www.virginia-informer.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.virginia-informer.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q24910835|The Toast]]''' || website || The Toast was an American anthology, humor and feminist writing website, founded by editors Nicole Cliffe and Daniel Mallory Ortberg and publisher Nicholas Pavich. It was active from January 2013 through July 2016. The website was known for its parodic reworkings of classic literature and art. Ortberg has described its target market as 'librarians'. TheToast has also published on feminism and ethnicity-related topics, including a lengthy series on adoption. Its name originates from the toast of the British Royal Navy hoping for "a willing foe, and sea room", which was used as its slogan. || http://www.the-toast.net || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.the-toast.net {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7796813|Those Darlins]]''' || band || Those Darlins was a rock and roll band from Nashville, Tennessee active between 2006 and 2016. The group has released three albums, their alt-country-leaning self-titled debut Those Darlins in 2009, the garage rock influenced Screws Get Loose in 2011, and the more classic rock and roll Blur the Line in 2013. The band also owns and operates its own record label, Oh Wow Dang Records. <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Tennessee''</small> || http://thosedarlins.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://thosedarlins.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7772821|The Virginia Informer]]''' || newspaper || The Virginia Informer was a student-run publication at The College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. The newspaper contained five sections: News, Features, Sports, Arts & Culture, and Opinion. It was a member of the Collegiate Network and a member of the Associated Collegiate Press. <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Virginia''</small> || http://www.virginia-informer.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.virginia-informer.com {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7797716|Three Rings Design]]''' || video game developer || || http://www.threerings.net/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.threerings.net/ {{notsaved}}]
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| rowspan=2 | '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7799017|Thunder River Rapids Ride]]''' || rowspan=2 | water ride || rowspan=2 | The Thunder River Rapids Ride was a river rapid water ride located in the Town of Gold Rush section of Dreamworld on the Gold Coast, Australia. It was recently Australia's only river rapids ride; however, a previous Rapids ride, The Snowy River Rampage operated at Wonderland Sydney.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || rowspan=2 | https://www.dreamworld.com.au/rides/family-rides/thunder-river-rapids || rowspan=2 | [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=https://www.dreamworld.com.au/rides/family-rides/thunder-river-rapids {{saved}}]
 
| rowspan=2 | '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7799017|Thunder River Rapids Ride]]''' || rowspan=2 | water ride || rowspan=2 | The Thunder River Rapids Ride was a river rapid water ride located in the Town of Gold Rush section of Dreamworld on the Gold Coast, Australia. It was recently Australia's only river rapids ride; however, a previous Rapids ride, The Snowy River Rampage operated at Wonderland Sydney.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || rowspan=2 | https://www.dreamworld.com.au/rides/family-rides/thunder-river-rapids || rowspan=2 | [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=https://www.dreamworld.com.au/rides/family-rides/thunder-river-rapids {{saved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2665713|Tiara Air]]''' || airline ||  || http://www.tiara-air.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.tiara-air.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2665713|Tiara Air]]''' || airline ||  || http://www.tiara-air.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.tiara-air.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1885099|Time Warner Cable]]''' || business || Time Warner Cable (TWC) was an American cable television company. Before it was purchased by Charter Communications on May 18, 2016, it was ranked the second largest cable company in the United States by revenue behind only Comcast, operating in 29 states. Its corporate headquarters were located in the Time Warner Center in Midtown Manhattan, New York City, with other corporate offices in Stamford, Connecticut; Charlotte, North Carolina; and Herndon, Virginia. From 1971 to 1981, Time Warner Cable, as Warner Cable, owned Dimension Pictures.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United States''</small> || http://www.timewarnercable.com/en/residential.html || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.timewarnercable.com/en/residential.html {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1885099|Time Warner Cable]]''' || business || Time Warner Cable (TWC) was an American cable television company. Before it was purchased by Charter Communications on May 18, 2016, it was ranked the second largest cable company in the United States by revenue behind only Comcast, operating in 29 states. Its corporate headquarters were located in the Time Warner Center in Midtown Manhattan, New York City, with other corporate offices in Stamford, Connecticut; Charlotte, North Carolina; and Herndon, Virginia. From 1971 to 1981, Time Warner Cable, as Warner Cable, owned Dimension Pictures.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United States''</small> || http://www.timewarnercable.com/en/residential.html || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.timewarnercable.com/en/residential.html {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q62424|Tinkoff]]''' || UCI Trade Team II || Tinkoff was a Russian-registered professional cycling team from Russia. It competed in the UCI World Tour. The team was owned by Russian Oleg Tinkov and, from 1999 until March 2015, was managed by former Tour de France winner Bjarne Riis. The team was sponsored by the Russian Tinkoff Bank, a credit systems company.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Russia''</small> || http://www.tinkoffteam.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.tinkoffteam.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q62424|Tinkoff]]''' || UCI Trade Team II || Tinkoff was a Russian-registered professional cycling team from Russia. It competed in the UCI World Tour. The team was owned by Russian Oleg Tinkov and, from 1999 until March 2015, was managed by former Tour de France winner Bjarne Riis. The team was sponsored by the Russian Tinkoff Bank, a credit systems company.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Russia''</small> || http://www.tinkoffteam.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.tinkoffteam.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q58055|Tlen.pl]]''' || software || Tlen.pl was an adware licensed Polish instant messaging service. It was fully compatible with the main Polish Gadu-Gadu instant messenger. It was launched in 2001 and discontinued in May 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Poland''</small> || http://www.tlen.pl/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.tlen.pl/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q58055|Tlen.pl]]''' || software || Tlen.pl was an adware licensed Polish instant messaging service. It was fully compatible with the main Polish Gadu-Gadu instant messenger. It was launched in 2001 and discontinued in May 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Poland''</small> || http://www.tlen.pl/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.tlen.pl/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q847753|Today's Zaman]]''' || periodical literature || Today's Zaman (Zaman is Turkish for 'time' or 'age') was an English-language daily newspaper based in Turkey. Established on 17 January 2007, it was the English-language edition of the Turkish daily Zaman. Today's Zaman included domestic and international coverage, and regularly published topical supplements. Its contributors included cartoonist Cem Kızıltuğ.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Turkey''</small> || http://www.todayszaman.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.todayszaman.com/ {{saved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q847753|Today's Zaman]]''' || periodical literature || Today's Zaman (Zaman is Turkish for 'time' or 'age') was an English-language daily newspaper based in Turkey. Established on 17 January 2007, it was the English-language edition of the Turkish daily Zaman. Today's Zaman included domestic and international coverage, and regularly published topical supplements. Its contributors included cartoonist Cem Kızıltuğ.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Turkey''</small> || http://www.todayszaman.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.todayszaman.com/ {{saved}}]
| [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/www.todayszaman.com www.todayszaman.com] || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/4jo3r 4jo3r] || 2016-03-04 || 2547
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| [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/www.todayszaman.com www.todayszaman.com] || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/4jo3r 4jo3r] || 2016-03-04 || data-sort-value=2671241476 | 2&nbsp;GB
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17090248|TomorrowWorld]]''' ||  || TomorrowWorld was an electronic music festival, held in Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia and was a spinoff of the Belgian festival Tomorrowland. The festival is owned by LiveStyle, Inc. (formerly known as SFX Entertainment, Inc.) and organized and produced by EDM promoter ID&T, a wholly owned subsidiary of LiveStyle. It was started in 2013 and formerly took place in the town of Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia, 25 miles southwest of Atlanta. In its inaugural year, TomorrowWorld received a nomination for Best Music Event at the International Dance Music Awards. The last TomorrowWorld festival held in the Chattahoochee Hills was in September 2015. The festival did not return in 2016 due to the bankruptcy of SFX and the backlash TomorrowWorld received from mishaps in 2015.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Georgia (U.S. state)''</small> || http://www.tomorrowworld.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.tomorrowworld.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4051591|TopWare Interactive]]''' || business || TopWare Interactive is a video game publisher and developer located in Karlsruhe, Germany. It is best known for publishing the Two Worlds series, which was created by Reality Pump Studios.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Germany''</small> || http://www.topware.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.topware.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q4051591|TopWare Interactive]]''' || business || TopWare Interactive is a video game publisher and developer located in Karlsruhe, Germany. It is best known for publishing the Two Worlds series, which was created by Reality Pump Studios.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Germany''</small> || http://www.topware.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.topware.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1156687|Torrentz]]''' || website || Torrentz was a Finland-based metasearch engine for BitTorrent, run by an individual known as Flippy. It indexed torrents from various major torrent websites, and offered compilations of various trackers per torrent that were not necessarily present in the default .torrent file, so that when a tracker was down, other trackers could do the work. It was the second most popular torrent website in 2012. || http://torrentz.eu/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://torrentz.eu/ {{saved}}]
 
| [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/torrentz.eu torrentz.eu] || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/dw51m dw51m] || 2016-08-05 || {{red|0}}
 
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17146739|TouchVision]]''' ||  || TouchVision was an American digital broadcast and internet Video on demand television network that was owned by Think Televisual. The service provided rolling news coverage that was distributed to television, mobile and tablet platforms. TouchVision's operations were based out of the headquarters of Weigel Broadcasting in Chicago, Illinois.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Illinois''</small> || http://touchvision.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://touchvision.com {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17146739|TouchVision]]''' ||  || TouchVision was an American digital broadcast and internet Video on demand television network that was owned by Think Televisual. The service provided rolling news coverage that was distributed to television, mobile and tablet platforms. TouchVision's operations were based out of the headquarters of Weigel Broadcasting in Chicago, Illinois.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Illinois''</small> || http://touchvision.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://touchvision.com {{notsaved}}]
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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 {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[: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 {{notsaved}}]
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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 {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[: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 {{notsaved}}]
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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 {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7847479|True Movies 2]]''' || specialty channel || True Movies 2 was a satellite and cable television film channel in the United Kingdom and Ireland, it was available on Freesat channel 303 and Sky channel 322, and is the second channel from Moving Movies Ltd., majority owned by CSC Media Group (formerly Chart Show Channels). It was launched on 20 March 2006 and was another channel from True Movies which was launched on 29 April 2005. True Movies 2 initially broadcast for two hours in the early morning, from 4am to 6am by timesharing with Pop, a children's cartoon channel. The service was later extended to 24 hours a day. || http://www.truemovies.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.truemovies.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q820274|Tumut Shire]]''' || former local government area of Australia || Tumut Shire was a local government area in the South West Slopes region of New South Wales, Australia.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.tumut.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.tumut.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q820274|Tumut Shire]]''' || former local government area of Australia || Tumut Shire was a local government area in the South West Slopes region of New South Wales, Australia.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.tumut.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.tumut.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7855249|Turkish Confederation of Businessmen and Industrialists]]''' || organization || The Turkish Confederation of Businessmen and Industrialists , best known by the abbreviation TUSKON, was a employers' organization in Turkey, with about 40,000 members. It was founded in 2005 by seven business federations. Ninety percent of the TUSKON members were small or medium establishments with fewer than 50 employees. TUSKON engaged in lobbying all decision-makers at the local, regional, national and global levels. Rızanur Meral, the managing director of SANKO Automotive Group, was the last president of TUSKON.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Turkey''</small> || http://www.tuskon.org || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.tuskon.org {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7855249|Turkish Confederation of Businessmen and Industrialists]]''' || organization || The Turkish Confederation of Businessmen and Industrialists , best known by the abbreviation TUSKON, was a employers' organization in Turkey, with about 40,000 members. It was founded in 2005 by seven business federations. Ninety percent of the TUSKON members were small or medium establishments with fewer than 50 employees. TUSKON engaged in lobbying all decision-makers at the local, regional, national and global levels. Rızanur Meral, the managing director of SANKO Automotive Group, was the last president of TUSKON.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Turkey''</small> || http://www.tuskon.org || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.tuskon.org {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7855308|Turkish Review]]''' || magazine || Turkish Review was a bimonthly journal published by Feza Publications, focusing primarily on Turkish politics and foreign policy, international affairs, global economics, integration and ideas, and matters related to global socio-political issues. It was available in print on newsstands and in bookstores; select articles are available online.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Turkey''</small> || http://www.turkishreview.org || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.turkishreview.org {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7855308|Turkish Review]]''' || magazine || Turkish Review was a bimonthly journal published by Feza Publications, focusing primarily on Turkish politics and foreign policy, international affairs, global economics, integration and ideas, and matters related to global socio-political issues. It was available in print on newsstands and in bookstores; select articles are available online.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Turkey''</small> || http://www.turkishreview.org || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.turkishreview.org {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q672885|Tyco International]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United States''</small> || http://www.tyco.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.tyco.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q672885|Tyco International]]''' || business || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United States''</small> || http://www.tyco.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.tyco.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5060445|UTC Central Bedfordshire]]''' || secondary school || UTC Central Bedfordshire was a University Technical College (UTC) in Houghton Regis, Bedfordshire, England. The college opened in September 2012 and specialised in education for future engineers, product and games designers. It closed in August 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.centralbedsutc.org/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.centralbedsutc.org/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q5060445|UTC Central Bedfordshire]]''' || secondary school || UTC Central Bedfordshire was a University Technical College (UTC) in Houghton Regis, Bedfordshire, England. The college opened in September 2012 and specialised in education for future engineers, product and games designers. It closed in August 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.centralbedsutc.org/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.centralbedsutc.org/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17584319|Ukraine Today]]''' || television channel || Ukraine Today was a Ukraine-based private English language satellite television channel, then webcasting service. The channel, which was owned by the Ukrainian 1+1 group and headquartered in Kyiv, presented round-the-clock news bulletins aimed at the overseas news market. The General Producer was Tetiana Pushnova.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ukraine''</small> || http://uatoday.tv/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://uatoday.tv/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17584319|Ukraine Today]]''' || television channel || Ukraine Today was a Ukraine-based private English language satellite television channel, then webcasting service. The channel, which was owned by the Ukrainian 1+1 group and headquartered in Kyiv, presented round-the-clock news bulletins aimed at the overseas news market. The General Producer was Tetiana Pushnova.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ukraine''</small> || http://uatoday.tv/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://uatoday.tv/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q23047399|Ukrainian Hockey Extra League]]''' || sports league || The Ukrainian Hockey Extra League was the name of the highest ice hockey league in Ukraine during the 2015–16 season, playing for the Ukrainian Hockey Championship. After only one season, the league was disbanded.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ukraine''</small> || http://www.hel.net.ua/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.hel.net.ua/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q23047399|Ukrainian Hockey Extra League]]''' || sports league || The Ukrainian Hockey Extra League was the name of the highest ice hockey league in Ukraine during the 2015–16 season, playing for the Ukrainian Hockey Championship. After only one season, the league was disbanded.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ukraine''</small> || http://www.hel.net.ua/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.hel.net.ua/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15584432|Ulsan Hyundai Mipo Dockyard FC]]''' || association football club || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in South Korea''</small> || http://www.dolphinfc.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.dolphinfc.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15584432|Ulsan Hyundai Mipo Dockyard FC]]''' || association football club || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in South Korea''</small> || http://www.dolphinfc.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.dolphinfc.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q676698|UnSun]]''' || band || UnSun was a Polish gothic metal band formed in 2006 by ex-guitarist Maurycy "Mauser" Stefanowicz of death metal band Vader. Their debut album, entitled The End of Life, was released on 19 September 2008 by Century Media Records. Their second album Clinic for Dolls was released on 11 October 2010 via Mystic Production. Despite Unsun had planned to enter the studio in 2015 to record the follow up to Clinic for Dolls, vocalist Anya Stefanowicz's health conditions got worse and prevented her from recording vocal lines. Having seen no improvement, Unsun was forced to disband on February 5th, 2016. <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Poland''</small> || http://www.myspace.com/unsunmusic || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.myspace.com/unsunmusic {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q676698|UnSun]]''' || band || UnSun was a Polish gothic metal band formed in 2006 by ex-guitarist Maurycy "Mauser" Stefanowicz of death metal band Vader. Their debut album, entitled The End of Life, was released on 19 September 2008 by Century Media Records. Their second album Clinic for Dolls was released on 11 October 2010 via Mystic Production. Despite Unsun had planned to enter the studio in 2015 to record the follow up to Clinic for Dolls, vocalist Anya Stefanowicz's health conditions got worse and prevented her from recording vocal lines. Having seen no improvement, Unsun was forced to disband on February 5th, 2016. <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Poland''</small> || http://www.myspace.com/unsunmusic || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.myspace.com/unsunmusic {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2125883|Underwater World, Singapore]]''' || zoo || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Singapore''</small> || http://www.underwaterworld.com.sg/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.underwaterworld.com.sg/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2125883|Underwater World, Singapore]]''' || zoo || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Singapore''</small> || http://www.underwaterworld.com.sg/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.underwaterworld.com.sg/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17037935|Union Jack (American newspaper)]]''' || newspaper ||  || http://www.ujnews.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.ujnews.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7887687|United Democratic Forum Party]]''' || political party || The United Democratic Forum Party (UDF) was a political party in Kenya.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Kenya''</small> || http://www.udfparty.org || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.udfparty.org {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7887687|United Democratic Forum Party]]''' || political party || The United Democratic Forum Party (UDF) was a political party in Kenya.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Kenya''</small> || http://www.udfparty.org || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.udfparty.org {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1090830|United Football League (Philippines)]]''' || national association football league || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the Philippines''</small> || http://www.uflphilippines.com.ph/index.html || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.uflphilippines.com.ph/index.html {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1090830|United Football League (Philippines)]]''' || national association football league || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the Philippines''</small> || http://www.uflphilippines.com.ph/index.html || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.uflphilippines.com.ph/index.html {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7887777|United Football League Cup]]''' || league cup || The United Football League Cup, commonly known as UFL Cup is a Filipino association football competition. It is played on a multistage format that culminates in a knockout stage (single elimination). Clubs that are eligible to compete for the cup are those who currently play in the United Football League. Likewise, it is open to all clubs in the Philippines that passed the requirements given by the Football Alliance Group, which organizes the competition. The UFL Cup runs from mid-October to mid-December and was moved from May to August starting with the 2015 edition, to make it in line with the calendar of its Southeast Asian neighbors. It provides a chance for all clubs to play each other regardless of their league divisions.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the Philippines''</small> || http://www.uflphilippines.com.ph/index.html/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.uflphilippines.com.ph/index.html/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7887777|United Football League Cup]]''' || league cup || The United Football League Cup, commonly known as UFL Cup is a Filipino association football competition. It is played on a multistage format that culminates in a knockout stage (single elimination). Clubs that are eligible to compete for the cup are those who currently play in the United Football League. Likewise, it is open to all clubs in the Philippines that passed the requirements given by the Football Alliance Group, which organizes the competition. The UFL Cup runs from mid-October to mid-December and was moved from May to August starting with the 2015 edition, to make it in line with the calendar of its Southeast Asian neighbors. It provides a chance for all clubs to play each other regardless of their league divisions.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the Philippines''</small> || http://www.uflphilippines.com.ph/index.html/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.uflphilippines.com.ph/index.html/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3550703|United Front Games]]''' || video game developer || United Front Games was a Canadian development studio based in Vancouver. They created titles for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Portable, PlayStation Vita, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and Microsoft Windows. They are the developers of ModNation Racers and the critical and commercial success Sleeping Dogs in addition to collaborating with other studios on projects like Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition (Crystal Dynamics) and Halo: The Master Chief Collection (343 Industries).<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in British Columbia''</small> || http://www.unitedfrontgames.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.unitedfrontgames.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q20966628|United Left (Poland)]]''' || political party || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Poland''</small> || http://zjednoczona-lewica.pl || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://zjednoczona-lewica.pl {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q20966628|United Left (Poland)]]''' || political party || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Poland''</small> || http://zjednoczona-lewica.pl || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://zjednoczona-lewica.pl {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7889105|United Republican Party (Kenya)]]''' || political party || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Kenya''</small> || http://www.urp.co.ke || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.urp.co.ke {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7889105|United Republican Party (Kenya)]]''' || political party || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Kenya''</small> || http://www.urp.co.ke || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.urp.co.ke {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q265018|Urana Shire]]''' || local government area of Australia || Urana Shire was a local government area in the Riverina region of New South Wales, Australia. The Newell Highway crosses its north-west corner. The Shire included the town of Urana and the small towns of Boree Creek, Morundah, Oaklands and Rand.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.urana.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.urana.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q265018|Urana Shire]]''' || local government area of Australia || Urana Shire was a local government area in the Riverina region of New South Wales, Australia. The Newell Highway crosses its north-west corner. The Shire included the town of Urana and the small towns of Boree Creek, Morundah, Oaklands and Rand.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || http://www.urana.nsw.gov.au/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.urana.nsw.gov.au/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15642610|V Air]]''' || airline || V Air was a Taiwanese low-cost airline based in Taipei. It was a franchise subsidiary of TransAsia Airways serving flights to Japan, South Korea, Thailand and Cambodia from its base at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Taiwan''</small> || https://www.flyvair.com/en/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=https://www.flyvair.com/en/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q15642610|V Air]]''' || airline || V Air was a Taiwanese low-cost airline based in Taipei. It was a franchise subsidiary of TransAsia Airways serving flights to Japan, South Korea, Thailand and Cambodia from its base at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Taiwan''</small> || https://www.flyvair.com/en/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=https://www.flyvair.com/en/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7943163|V&D]]''' || business || V&D (Vroom & Dreesmann) was a Dutch chain of department stores founded in 1887. It was declared bankrupt on 2015, although its branches were still in operation until 2016. On 2016, it was announced that takeover negotiations had not led to an agreement, ultimately resulting in the company's demise.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the Netherlands''</small> || http://www.vd.nl/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.vd.nl/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7943163|V&D]]''' || business || V&D (Vroom & Dreesmann) was a Dutch chain of department stores founded in 1887. It was declared bankrupt on 2015, although its branches were still in operation until 2016. On 2016, it was announced that takeover negotiations had not led to an agreement, ultimately resulting in the company's demise.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the Netherlands''</small> || http://www.vd.nl/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.vd.nl/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2094623|Vasco da Gama (South Africa)]]''' || association football club || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in South Africa''</small> || http://www.vasco.co.za || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.vasco.co.za {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2094623|Vasco da Gama (South Africa)]]''' || association football club || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in South Africa''</small> || http://www.vasco.co.za || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.vasco.co.za {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q394437|Veolia Transport Nederland]]''' || transport company || Veolia Transport Nederland was one of the two Transdev operations in the Netherlands operating bus, train and ferry services. It was a subsidiary of Transdev Netherlands. It ceased in December 2016 with the remaining operations rebranded as Connexxion, also another subsidiary of Transdev Netherlands.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the Netherlands''</small> || https://www.veolia-transport.nl || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=https://www.veolia-transport.nl {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q394437|Veolia Transport Nederland]]''' || transport company || Veolia Transport Nederland was one of the two Transdev operations in the Netherlands operating bus, train and ferry services. It was a subsidiary of Transdev Netherlands. It ceased in December 2016 with the remaining operations rebranded as Connexxion, also another subsidiary of Transdev Netherlands.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the Netherlands''</small> || https://www.veolia-transport.nl || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=https://www.veolia-transport.nl {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q19881670|Vessel (website)]]''' || video hosting service || || https://www.vessel.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=https://www.vessel.com {{saved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q20712633|Veritable Quandary]]''' || restaurant || Veritable Quandary, sometimes abbreviated as V.Q. or VQ, was a popular restaurant in downtown Portland, Oregon, United States. It was established in 1971.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Oregon''</small> || http://www.veritablequandary.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.veritablequandary.com {{notsaved}}]
| [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/www.vessel.com www.vessel.com] || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/5bjq2 5bjq2] || 2016-11-01 || 232
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3537571|Videocon Telecom]]''' || business || || http://www.videocontelecom.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.videocontelecom.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2409319|Vicious Cycle Software]]''' || video game developer || Vicious Cycle Software was a video game development company based in Morrisville, North Carolina, United States. || http://www.viciouscycleinc.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.viciouscycleinc.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1189014|Vision Airlines]]''' || airline || Vision Airlines, formerly Vision Air, was an airline that had its operations headquartered in North Las Vegas, Nevada.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United States''</small> || http://www.visionairlines.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.visionairlines.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1189014|Vision Airlines]]''' || airline || Vision Airlines, formerly Vision Air, was an airline that had its operations headquartered in North Las Vegas, Nevada.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in the United States''</small> || http://www.visionairlines.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.visionairlines.com/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7944855|Võru JK]]''' || association football club || Võru JK was an Estonian football club based in Võru. The club was founded in 2001 and was dissolved in the end 2016 when the team merged into Võru FC Helios. The team last played in the II Liiga, the third highest level of Estonian football.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Estonia''</small> || http://www.jkvoru.ee/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.jkvoru.ee/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7944855|Võru JK]]''' || association football club || Võru JK was an Estonian football club based in Võru. The club was founded in 2001 and was dissolved in the end 2016 when the team merged into Võru FC Helios. The team last played in the II Liiga, the third highest level of Estonian football.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Estonia''</small> || http://www.jkvoru.ee/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.jkvoru.ee/ {{notsaved}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7947230|WBKE-FM]]''' || radio station || WBKE-FM (89.5 FM) was a college station in North Manchester, Indiana. It primarily featured college radio content. It featured a local college student view on music. It held two event during the year, Fuze fest and Chet fest. The station showed a variety