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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}}]
 
 
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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}}]
 
| '''[[: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:Q4728794|All Hallows College]]''' || college || All Hallows College was a college of higher education in Dublin. It was founded in 1842 and was run by the Vincentians from 1892 until 2016. On 23 May 2014, it was announced that it was closing down, due to the decreasing students number.The sale of the campus in Drumcondra to Dublin City University was announced on 19 June 2015 and completed on 8 April 2016.The college closed on 30 November 2016.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ireland''</small> || http://www.allhallows.ie/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.allhallows.ie/ {{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:Q233199|Belgian Second Division]]''' || 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: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}}]
 
 
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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: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 were 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:Q2939652|Carmike Cinemas]]''' || cinema chain || Carmike Cinemas was a motion picture exhibitor headquartered in Columbus, Georgia. As of March 2016, the company had 276 theaters with 2,954 screens in 41 states, and was the fourth largest movie theater in the United States. The company billed itself as "America's Hometown Theatre" and Carmike theaters were largely positioned in rural or suburban areas with populations under 200,000. The company's theaters operated under various names and generally had a name followed by the number of auditoriums at that location; for example, "Carmike 15".<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Georgia (U.S. state)''</small> || http://www.carmike.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.carmike.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q2939652|Carmike Cinemas]]''' || cinema chain || Carmike Cinemas was a motion picture exhibitor headquartered in Columbus, Georgia. As of March 2016, the company had 276 theaters with 2,954 screens in 41 states, and was the fourth largest movie theater in the United States. The company billed itself as "America's Hometown Theatre" and Carmike theaters were largely positioned in rural or suburban areas with populations under 200,000. The company's theaters operated under various names and generally had a name followed by the number of auditoriums at that location; for example, "Carmike 15".<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Georgia (U.S. state)''</small> || http://www.carmike.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.carmike.com/ {{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: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:Q5116910|Church of Ireland College of Education]]''' || college || The Church of Ireland College of Education or C.I.C.E. as it was more commonly known was one of five Irish Colleges of Education which provided a Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) degree, the qualification generally required to teach in Irish primary schools. Its degrees were awarded by Trinity College/University of Dublin just like Marino Institute of Education and Froebel College of Education.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ireland''</small> || http://www.cice.ie || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.cice.ie {{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|Rockdale''</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: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 on 13 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|Rockdale''</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: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}}]
 
| '''[[: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:Q20714311|Disneyland Forever]]''' || firework || Disneyland Forever was a nighttime spectacular at Disneyland that premiered alongside the Paint the Night parade and World of Color—Celebrate! on May 21, 2015 as part of the park's 60th anniversary celebration. The show was produced by Walt Disney Creative Entertainment, under direction of Steve Davison. Disneyland Forever incorporates fireworks, projection mapping, fire, lasers, and searchlights to depict scenes from Disney films. The show closed on September 5th, 2016 upon conclusion of the Diamond Celebration. The shows exit song "A Kiss Goodnight" would be later be released on CD with a book bearing the song's name.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in California''</small> || https://disneyland.disney.go.com/entertainment/disneyland/forever-fireworks/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=https://disneyland.disney.go.com/entertainment/disneyland/forever-fireworks/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q24891257|Eagle Houston]]''' ||  || Eagle Houston, also known as The Eagle, is a gay bar in Montrose, Houston, Texas. It is part of a chain of gay bars using the "Eagle" name, and caters to the leather and bear subcultures.<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:Q24891257|Eagle Houston]]''' ||  || Eagle Houston, also known as The Eagle, is a gay bar in Montrose, Houston, Texas. It is one of many unaffiliated gay bars in dozens of different cities using the "Eagle" name, and caters to the leather and bear subcultures.<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: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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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q994003|Evolution Studios]]''' || video game developer || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.evos.net/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.evos.net/ {{notsaved}}]
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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}}]
 
 
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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:Q18175589|FC Montreal]]''' || association football team || FC Montreal was a Canadian professional soccer team based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada that played in the United Soccer League, the third tier of the United States soccer league system. The team served as a reserve team of Major League Soccer (MLS) club, Montreal Impact.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Quebec''</small> || http://academie.impactmontreal.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://academie.impactmontreal.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1393318|Fairline Boats]]''' || business || Fairline Boats was a British manufacturer of luxury motor yachts. Started in 1963 by Jack Newington, the company built motor yachts in Oundle, Northamptonshire.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.fairline.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.fairline.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1393318|Fairline Boats]]''' || business || Fairline Boats was a British manufacturer of luxury motor yachts. Started in 1963 by Jack Newington, the company built motor yachts in Oundle, Northamptonshire.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in England''</small> || http://www.fairline.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.fairline.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: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:Q21527656|For the First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration]]''' || musical || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in California, 2018 disestablishments in France, 2015 disestablishments in Hong Kong''</small> || https://disneyland.disney.go.com/entertainment/disney-california-adventure/frozen-sing-along-celebration/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=https://disneyland.disney.go.com/entertainment/disney-california-adventure/frozen-sing-along-celebration/ {{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: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: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:Q15885061|International Premier Tennis League]]''' || tennis tour with multiple editions || The International Premier Tennis League (IPTL, officially the Coca-Cola 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:Q6159625|Jarden]]''' || business || Jarden is 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:Q6159625|Jarden]]''' || business || Jarden is an American 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: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:Q6786505|Mater Dei Institute of Education]]''' ||  || Mater Dei Institute of Education was a linked college of Dublin City University from 1999 until its closure in 2016, located in Drumcondra, Dublin City, Ireland, near Croke Park, on the site of what was formerly Clonliffe College, the Roman Catholic Seminary for the Archdiocese of Dublin. The college was founded by Archbishop John Charles McQuaid in 1966 as an institute for the training and formation for teachers of religion in secondary schools in the Republic of Ireland. Clonliffe was also affiliated to the Angelicum in Rome that offered a three-year course leading to a diploma and a four-year course leading to a Masters; Fr. Joseph Carroll was its first president. Other Presidents of the College included Msgr. Michael Nolan, Dr. Dermot Lane and Sr. Eileen Randles IBVN.<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ireland''</small> || http://www.materdei.ie/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.materdei.ie/ {{notsaved}}]
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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:Q6837583|Michigan Jewish Institute]]''' || university || Michigan Jewish Institute (MJI) was a Jewish-sponsored independent institution of higher and professional education in the Metro Detroit, Michigan area. Its administrative office were in Southfield, Michigan and its primary campus was in West Bloomfield Township. The institute was located at the 45-acre Campus of Living Judaism, which is affiliated with the Chabad-Lubavitch movement. <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Michigan''</small> || http://www.mji.edu || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.mji.edu {{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:Q14709081|Museum of Contemporary Craft]]''' || art museum || The Museum of Contemporary Craft based in Portland, Oregon was the oldest continuously-running craft institution on the west coast of the United States until its closing in 2016. Located in downtown Portland’s Pearl District, the museum's mission was "to enliven and expand the understanding of craft and the museum experience."<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: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}}]
 
| '''[[: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: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: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 on Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council.<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}}]
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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}}]
 
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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:Q3875762|Ngmoco]]''' || video game developer ||  || http://www.ngmoco.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.ngmoco.com/ {{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: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: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 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: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 and many protested that it was a sexist act 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: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:Q21286560|Patriotic Coalition (Croatia)]]''' || political party in Croatia || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Croatia''</small> || http://domoljubna.hr/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://domoljubna.hr/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q21286560|Patriotic Coalition (Croatia)]]''' || political party in Croatia || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Croatia''</small> || http://domoljubna.hr/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://domoljubna.hr/ {{notsaved}}]
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| rowspan=10 | '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q7156755|Payless ShoeSource]]''' || rowspan=10 | business || rowspan=10 | <br/><small>''2019 disestablishments in Kansas, 2019 disestablishments in Canada, 2016 disestablishments in Australia''</small> || rowspan=10 | http://www.payless.com || rowspan=10 | [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.payless.com {{saved}}]
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| [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/www.payless.com www.payless.com] || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/eavic eavic] || 2019-03-15 || data-sort-value=163107 | {{green|159&nbsp;KB}}
 
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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}}]
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| [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/domain/www.payless.com www.payless.com] || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/job/f2n69 f2n69] || 2019-03-15 || data-sort-value=166983 | {{green|163&nbsp;KB}}
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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}}]
 
| '''[[: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: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:Q15995403|Pivot (TV network)]]''' || television 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: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}}]
 
 
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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}}]
 
| '''[[: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:Q7595066|St Patrick's College, Dublin]]''' || college || <br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Ireland''</small> || http://www.spd.dcu.ie/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.spd.dcu.ie/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q1938783|Studio Fantasia]]''' || animation studio || <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 || <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:Q7639061|Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary]]''' || nonprofit organization || The Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary was a bird sanctuary in Indian Shores, Florida that was in operation from 1971-2016. In 1990, its bird hospital was called "the largest wild bird hospital in North America".{{cite news<br/><small>''2016 disestablishments in Florida''</small> || http://www.seabirdsanctuary.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.seabirdsanctuary.com/ {{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}}]
 
 
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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|Narrogin''</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|Narrogin''</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: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:Q11774594|Zastava Special Automobiles]]''' || business || Zastava Special Automobiles is a Serbian special automobile factory with headquarters in Sombor, Serbia. It is a subsidiary of Group Zastava Vehicles from Kragujevac, which declared bankruptcy in May 2017. Zastava Special Automobiles previously declared bankruptcy in August 2016, after decades of insolvency. || http://www.zastavasa.co.rs || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.zastavasa.co.rs {{notsaved}}]
 
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| '''[[:wikipedia:d:Q3575678|Zodiak Media]]''' || business || Zodiak Media was a French independent production company of factual, drama and kids' programming that has operated in 15 countries through 45 companies. || http://www.banijay.com/ || [https://archive.fart.website/archivebot/viewer/?q=http://www.banijay.com/ {{notsaved}}]
 
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