2018–19 Detroit Red Wings season - Standings - Conference standings

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Conference standings Top 3 (Metropolitan Division)

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GF integer
GA integer
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Axis order of battle for the invasion of Yugoslavia - German - German Air Force

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. German Air Force The Luftwaffe operated out of bases in Austria, Romania and Bulgaria during the invasion of Yugoslavia. In total, the Germans had over 809 aircraft available to support the invasion of Yugoslavia, more than half of which were positioned in Bulgaria to support the simultaneous invasion of Greece. In total, the Germans fielded 296 fighter aircraft, 89 light bombers, 26 medium bombers and 23 reconnaissance aircraft, and more than 318 dive bombers and 57 heavy fighters. In addition, a reconnaissance squadron equipped with Henschel Hs 126 two seater reconnaissance aircraft was attached to most of the corps headquarters and every panzer division of the German ground forces. Luftwaffe anti aircraft units were also attached to the German land forces. Luftwaffe Luftwaffe 4th Air Fleet 4th Air Fleet The Luftwaffe 4th Air Fleet (German: Luftflotte IV) was commanded by General der Flieger (Lieutenant General) Alexander Löhr, had its headquarters in Vienna, and direct command units based on airfields in western Austria. These units included one squadron (German: Staffel) of the 121st Reconnaissance Group (German: Aufklärungsgruppe 121), the entire 51st Bomber Wing (German: Kampfgeschwader 51, KG 51), and four bomber groups (German: Kampfgruppen) drawn from the 2nd, 3rd and 4th Bomber Wings (KG 2, KG 3 and KG 4). In total, the 4th Air Fleet had 25 medium bombers, 89 light bombers, 55 dive bombers, 6 reconnaissance aircraft and 1 heavy fighter available in Austria to support the invasion of Yugoslavia. Luftwaffe Luftflotte General der Flieger Staffel Aufklärungsgruppe Kampfgeschwader Kampfgruppen Composition of 4th Air Fleet Fliegerführer Graz Fliegerführer Graz Fliegerführer Graz Fliegerführer Graz was commanded by Oberstleutnant (Lieutenant Colonel) Karl Christ, commander of the 3rd Dive Bomber Wing (German: Sturzkampfgeschwader 3, StG 3). It was located in Graz, Austria, and consisted of the headquarters and II Group of StG 3, the headquarters and II Group (German: Jagdgruppe) of the 54th Fighter Wing (German: Jagdgeschwader 54, JG 54) (less one squadron), and I Group of the 27th Fighter Wing (JG 27). In total, Fliegerführer Graz had 54 fighters, 1 medium bomber and 35 dive bombers available to support the invasion of Yugoslavia. Fliegerführer Graz Oberstleutnant Sturzkampfgeschwader Jagdgruppe Jagdgeschwader Fliegerführer Graz

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2012–13 Queen's Park F.C. season - Player statistics - Squad - Last updated 13 May 2013

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Tata Steel Chess Tournament - Event crosstables - 2010's - 2018 Tata Steel Challengers, 13–28 January 2018, Wijk aan Zee, Netherlands, Category XV (2612)PlayerRating1234567891011121314TotalSBBlackTPR1 GM Vidit Santosh Gujrathi (India)2718Does not appear½½

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. 2018 Tata Steel Challengers, 13–28 January 2018, Wijk aan Zee, Netherlands, Category XV (2612)PlayerRating1234567891011121314TotalSBBlackTPR1 GM Vidit Santosh Gujrathi (India)2718Does not appear½½1½1½½½½½111927452 GM Anton Korobov (Ukraine)2652½Does not appear½0101½11½½½1826963 GM Jeffery Xiong (United States)2634½½Does not appear½½½11½01½½½7½47.7526674 GM Bassem Amin (Egypt)269301½Does not appear½1½½½½01½17½46.7526635 GM Jorden van Foreest (Netherlands)2629½0½½Does not appear½0½½1111½7½45.5026686 GM Dmitry Gordievsky (Russia)262201½0½Does not appear½½1½1½½17½45.0026687 GM Matthias Blübaum (Germany)2640½00½1½Does not appear½½½1½106½26108 GM Erwin l'Ami (Netherlands)2634½½0½½½½Does not appear½½½½½½638.7525819 GM Benjamin Bok (Netherlands)2607½0½½½0½½Does not appear½1½½½637.507258310 GM Aryan Tari (Norway)2599½01½0½½½½Does not appear0½½1637.506258411 IM Lucas van Foreest (Netherlands)2481½½01000½01Does not appear½½15½33.75256512 GM Michał Krasenkow (Poland)26710½½00½½½½½½Does not appear½15½32.50255013 GM Harika Dronavalli (India)24970½½½0½0½½½½½Does not appear½5253414 WGM Olga Girya (Russia)248900½0½01½½000½Does not appear3½2446

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