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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}}]
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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, a Società per Azioni (limited company) and a banking foundation (Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Fano) were found. In the 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:Q157015|FHM]]''' || magazine || FHM is an online men's lifestyle magazine that previously was a print publication. 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:Q157015|FHM]]''' || magazine || FHM was a men's lifestyle magazine. It contained 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: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}}]
 
| '''[[: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}}]
 
 
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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}}]
 
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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=63 | '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3759027|Gawker]]''' || rowspan=63 | blog || rowspan=63 | 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=63 | https://gawker.com || rowspan=63 | [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=https://gawker.com {{saved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q17040945|Oilers Octane]]''' || cheerleading 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 (many contend having cheerleading was sexist) 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:Q7689759|Taybarns]]''' || business || Taybarns was a British low-cost all-you-can-eat restaurant chain owned by Whitbread, modelled on the Golden Corral chain in the United States. Customers paid on arrival and could eat as much food as they liked from a 34-metre-long food counter. As with most buffets, there was a lower price at lunchtime than evenings, and a slightly higher charge was levied at weekends and during bank holidays.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.taybarns.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.taybarns.com {{notsaved}}]
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