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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}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q390300|Agalloch]]''' || band || Agalloch was an American black 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: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:Q2461951|Alchemist (company)]]''' || video game developer || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Japan''</small> || 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: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}}]
 
| '''[[: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:Q233199|Belgian Second Division]]''' || national association football league || The Belgian Second Division (known as the Proximus League for sponsorship reasons) was the second-highest division in the Belgian football league system, one level below the Belgian Pro League. It was founded by the Royal Belgian Football Association in 1909 and folded in 2016, when it was replaced by the Belgian First Division B.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Belgium''</small> || http://www.nr10.be/tweedeklasse || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.nr10.be/tweedeklasse {{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:Q978096|BigPark]]''' || video game developer || BigPark was a Canadian video game developer owned by Microsoft Studios.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in British Columbia''</small> || http://www.bigpark.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.bigpark.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q11961178|Bitstrips]]''' || business || Bitstrips was a media and technology company based in Toronto, Canada, that developed and operated 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: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: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}}]
 
| '''[[: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: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:Q729425|Corowa Shire]]''' || former 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: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: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: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}}]
 
 
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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}}]
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q27557140|FBK Kaunas (2012)]]''' || association football club || <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: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: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 Crișul 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: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}}]
 
 
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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:Q3381867|G-men (magazine)]]''' || magazine || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Japan''</small> || http://www.g-men.co.jp/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.g-men.co.jp/ {{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}}]
 
| '''[[: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: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:Q17086351|Hatch Mott MacDonald]]''' || business || Hatch Mott MacDonald (HMM) is a consulting engineering firm serving public and private clients in North America. HMM’s capabilities include planning, project development, studies and analysis, design, procurement, and construction engineering and inspection. HMM also provides project, program and construction management as well as facility maintenance and operations.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in New Jersey''</small> || http://www.hatchmott.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.hatchmott.com {{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:Q15885061|International Premier Tennis League]]''' || tennis tour with multiple editions || The International Premier Tennis League (IPTL, officially the Coca-ola International Premier Tennis League Presented by Qatar Airways pursuant to sponsorship agreements with The Coca-Cola Company and Qatar Airways) is an annual team tennis league that takes place in various cities in Asia. Founded in 2013, the elite level exhibition tennis tournament took place for the first time in November 2014. Due to financial issues the tournament was not held in 2017.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Asia''</small> || http://www.iptlworld.com || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.iptlworld.com {{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}}]
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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}}]
 
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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: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: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:Q18166366|Shomi]]''' || website || Shomi (pronounced "show me") was a 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: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.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Michigan''</small> || 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:Q2373150|Spicy Horse]]''' || video game developer || Spicy Horse was a Shanghai-based independent video game developer started by American McGee, Anthony Jacobson, and Adam Lang in 2007. It was announced on July 23, 2016 that the company is closing its doors to focus on smaller indie development.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in China''</small> || http://www.spicyhorse.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.spicyhorse.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q18393308|Tendring Enterprise Studio School]]''' || secondary school || Tendring Enterprise Studio School was a 14–19 mixed, secondary studio school and sixth form in Clacton-on-Sea, Essex, England. It was established in 2012 and sponsored by the Academies Enterprise Trust.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || https://sites.google.com/a/aetinet.org/tendring-enterprise-studio-school/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=https://sites.google.com/a/aetinet.org/tendring-enterprise-studio-school/ {{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}}]
 
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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}}]
 
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