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== Signos y referencias ==
 
Dado que [https://es.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Signo_diacr%C3%ADtico&type=revision&diff=131701904&oldid=131123086 tú has puesto] el pedido de referencias, y yo las he duplicado, te solicito que quites el cartel o indiques qué es lo que necesita más referencias, pues a no ser por el cartel que has puesto, no sé qué referencias son las que consideras necesarias. El cuadro de abajo puede completarse con la [[Ortografía]] de la RAE, pero no creo que sea algo muy útil, ni lo buscado con la plantilla que has puesto. [[Usuario:Abajo estaba el pez|Abajo estaba el pez]][[Archivo:Hanged Ichthys.svg|15px]][[Usuario Discusión:Abajo estaba el pez|en el anzuelo]] 04:49 15 dic 2020 (UTC)
:Hola {{u2|Abajo estaba el pez}}, gracias por el agregado de referencias; ahí cambié la plantilla de referencias adicionales por la de formato de referencias, ya que estas poseen un formato incorrecto. Saludos![[Usuario:Uvulum|~&nbsp;u&nbsp;v&nbsp;u&nbsp;l&nbsp;u&nbsp;m]]&nbsp;|&nbsp;[[Usuario discusión:Uvulum|(discusión)]] 22:03 16 dic 2020 (UTC)
 
== Wikipedia translation of the week: 2021-11 ==
 
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<div style="font-size:140%;">'''[[:en:Hotel National, Moscow]]'''</div>
 
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The '''Hotel National, Moscow''' (Russian: гости́ница «Националь») is a five-star hotel in Moscow, Russia, opened in 1903. It has 202 bedrooms and 56 suites and is located on Manege Square, directly across from The Kremlin. The hotel is managed by The Luxury Collection, a division of Marriott International.
 
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== Wikipedia translation of the week: 2021-12 ==
 
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<div style="font-size:140%;">'''[[:en:Kefermarkt altarpiece]]'''</div>
 
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The '''Kefermarkt altarpiece''' (German: Kefermarkter Flügelaltar) is an altarpiece in Late Gothic style in the parish church in Kefermarkt, Upper Austria. It was commissioned by the knight Christoph von Zellking and is estimated as finished in 1497. The richly decorated wooden altarpiece depicts the saints Peter, Wolfgang and Christopher in its central section. The side panels depict scenes from the life of Mary, and the altarpiece also has an intricate superstructure and two side figures showing saints George and Florian. The identity of its maker is unknown, but at least two skilled sculptors appear to have created the main statuary of the altarpiece. Throughout the centuries, the altarpiece has been altered and lost its original paint and gilding. A major restoration was made in the 19th century under the leadership of writer Adalbert Stifter. The altarpiece has been described as "one of the greatest achievements in late-medieval sculpture in the German-speaking area."
 
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== Wikipedia translation of the week: 2021-13 ==
 
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<div style="font-size:140%;">'''[[:en:Jharia coalfield]]'''</div>
 
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'''Jharia coalfield''' is the largest coal reserve in India having an estimated reserve of 19.4 billion tonnes of coking coal. The field is located in the east of India in Jharia, Jharkhand. The fields have suffered a coal bed fire since at least 1916, resulting in 37 millions tons of coal consumed by the fire, and significant ground subsidence and water and air pollution in local communities including the city of Jharia. The resulting pollution has led to a government agency designated for moving local populations, however, little progress has been made in the relocation.
 
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== Wikipedia translation of the week: 2021-15 ==
 
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<div style="font-size:140%;">'''[[:en:Mammoth central]]'''</div>
 
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'''Mammoth central''' is a paleontological site on the grounds of the Santa Lucía Airport in the state of Mexico, Mexico which contains the remains of at least 200 Columbian mammoths as well as 25 camels and five horses. The site is the world's largest concentration of mammoth remains; the previous was the Mammoth Site of Hot Springs in South Dakota with only 61 individuals. Human tools and carved bones have also been discovered at the site, suggesting that humans utilized the site to trap and kill large mammals. More fossils continue to be found at the site. The dig will end in 2022, when the airport's construction is projected to conclude.
 
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== Wikipedia translation of the week: 2021-16 ==
 
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<div style="font-size:140%;">'''[[:en:Palo Alto Baylands Nature Preserve]]'''</div>
 
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'''The Palo Alto Baylands Nature Preserve''', known officially as the Baylands Nature Preserve, is the largest tract of undisturbed marshland remaining in the San Francisco Bay. Fifteen miles of multi-use trails provide access to a unique mixture of tidal and fresh water habitats. The preserve encompasses 1,940 acres in both Palo Alto and East Palo Alto, and is owned by the city of Palo Alto, California, United States
 
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== Wikipedia translation of the week: 2021-17 ==
 
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<div style="font-size:140%;">'''[[:en:Metropolitan Waterworks Museum]]'''</div>
 
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The '''Waterworks Museum''' is a museum in the Che]stnut Hill Waterworks building, originally a high-service pumping station of the Boston Metropolitan Waterworks
 
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== Wikipedia translation of the week: 2021-19 ==
 
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<div style="font-size:140%;">'''[[:en:Sarah E. Goode]]'''</div>
 
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'''Sarah Elisabeth Goode''' (1850 – April 8, 1905) was an inventor. She was the second known African-American woman to receive the MOST, a United States patent, which she received in 1885. The first known African-American woman to receive a patent was Judy W. Reed on September 23, 1884, but Reed only signed her patent with her mark (an X) and not her signature.
 
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== Wikipedia translation of the week: 2021-20 ==
 
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<div style="font-size:140%;">'''[[:en:Zuzu Angel]]'''</div>
 
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'''Zuleika Angel Jones''' (June 5, 1921 – April 14, 1976), better known as Zuzu Angel, was a Brazilian-American fashion designer, who became famous for opposing the Brazilian military dictatorship after the forced disappearance of her son, Stuart. She was also the mother of journalist Hildegard Angel.
 
In 2014, the National Truth Commission created to gather and review information about crimes committed during the years of the CIA and U.S. government-backed Brazilian military dictatorship, a former agent of the military repression named Cláudio Antônio Guerra, confirmed the participation of agents of the security apparatus in the death of Angel.
 
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== Wikipedia translation of the week: 2021-21 ==
 
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<div style="font-size:140%;">'''[[:en:Blue space]]'''</div>
 
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'''Blue space''' in urban planning and design comprises all the areas dominated by surface waterbodies or watercourses. In conjunction with greenspace (parks, gardens, etc. specifically: urban open space), it may help in reducing the risks of heat-related illness from high urban temperatures. Substantial urban waterbodies naturally exist as integral features of the geography of many cities because of their historical geopolitical significance.
 
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== Wikipedia translation of the week: 2021-23 ==
 
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<div style="font-size:140%;">'''[[:en:Breakthrough infection]]'''</div>
 
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A '''breakthrough infection''' is a case of illness in which a vaccinated individual becomes sick from the same illness that the vaccine is meant to prevent. Simply, they occur when vaccines fail to provide immunity against the pathogen they are designed to target. In April 2021, the CDC reported that in the United States there were 5,814 COVID-19 breakthrough infections, and 74 deaths, among the more than 75 million people fully vaccinated for the COVID-19 virus.
 
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== Wikipedia translation of the week: 2021-24 ==
 
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<div style="font-size:140%;">'''[[:en:Tutankhamun's trumpets]]'''</div>
 
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'''Tutankhamun's trumpets''' are a pair of trumpets found in the burial chamber of the Eighteenth Dynasty Pharaoh Tutankhamun. The trumpets, one of sterling silver and one of bronze or copper, are considered to be the oldest operational trumpets in the world, and the only known surviving examples from ancient Egypt.
 
The trumpets were found in 1922 by Howard Carter during the excavation of Tutankhamun's tomb. The bronze trumpet was discovered in the tomb's antechamber in a large chest containing various military objects and walking sticks. The silver trumpet was subsequently found in the burial chamber. Both are finely engraved, with decorative images of the gods Ra-Horakhty, Ptah and Amun. The silver trumpet's bell is engraved with a whorl of sepals and calices representing a lotus flower, and the praenomen and nomen of the king. The bronze trumpet may in fact be made of copper; the metal has not yet been analysed. Similar looking trumpets feature in Egyptian wall-paintings that are usually, though not always, associated with military scenes.
 
Silent for over 3,000 years, the trumpets were sounded before a live audience of an estimated 150 million listeners through an international BBC broadcast aired on 16 April 1939. The trumpets were played by a bandsman, James Tappern of Prince Albert's Own 11th Royal Hussars regiment. The recording was recently featured, and can be heard on the BBC Radio 4 program Ghost Music. Rex Keating, who presented the 1939 broadcast, later claimed that during a rehearsal, the silver trumpet shattered, and Alfred Lucas, a member of Carter's team who had restored the finds, was so distressed he needed to go to hospital. Due to their fragility, it is unlikely the trumpets will be played again in any official musical reconstructions.
 
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== Wikipedia translation of the week: 2021-26 ==
 
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<div style="font-size:140%;">'''[[:en:Sumidouro State Park]]'''<br /><small>''([[:pt:Parque Estadual do Sumidouro]]) ''</small> </div>
 
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The '''Sumidouro State Park''' (Portuguese: Parque Estadual do Sumidouro) is a state park in the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil. The remains of the first human inhabitants of Brazil were found in the park area in the early 19th century, along with bones of now-extinct megafauna. The main attraction is the Gruta da Lapinha, a large limestone cave.
 
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== Wikipedia translation of the week: 2021-27 ==
 
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<div style="font-size:140%;">'''[[:fr:Justus Ier]]'''<br /><small>''([[:en:Justus of Jerusalem]]) ''</small> </div>
 
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'''Justus I''' was a 2nd-century Jewish Christian leader, third bishop of Jerusalem, supposedly tied to the family of Jesus.
 
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== Wikipedia translation of the week: 2021-28 ==
 
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<div style="font-size:140%;">'''[[:en:El Palo Alto]]'''<br /> </div>
 
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'''El Palo Alto''' (Spanish for 'the tall pole' or 'post') is a coastal redwood (Sequoia sempervirens) located in El Palo Alto Park on the banks of San Francisquito Creek in Palo Alto, California, United States. It is famous for its historical significance and as the namesake of the city of Palo Alto. As of July 2016, El Palo Alto is currently 110 feet (33.5 meters) in height, down from 162.2 feet (49.4 meters) in 1814. Its top progressively died from 1865 to 1955 from lowering of the water table so that its roots could no longer reach sustenance.
 
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