EuroBasket 2009 - Statistics - Team tournament highs

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Team tournament highs Offensive PPG Offensive PPG

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Number of Data columns : 3 Number of Data rows : 5
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Data row number Pos. Name PPG

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Data Columns

Name Description Data Type
Pos. integer
Name text
PPG double precision

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1997–98 UEFA Champions League - Top goalscorers

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Top goalscorers The top scorers from the 1997–98 UEFA Champions League (excluding qualifying rounds) are as follows:

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Box office and reception The Friday the 13th films generally received negative reception from professional critics, in contrast to other slashers like Halloween. Critics disliked how the series favored high body counts over plot and character development and how each film was almost indistinguishable from the last. Nevertheless, the films were a financial success, prompting Paramount to release more sequels contingent on the box office appeal. When comparing Friday the 13th to the other top grossing American slasher franchises—A Nightmare on Elm Street, Child's Play, Halloween, the Hannibal Lecter series, Psycho, Saw, Scream, and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre—and adjusting for the 2018 inflation, Friday the 13th is the second highest grossing horror franchise in the United States, with approximately $755.6 million. A Nightmare on Elm Street follows with $592.8 million, with the Hannibal Lecter film series closely behind with $588.7 million. Then comes Halloween with $557.5 million, Saw with $457.4 million, Scream with $442.9 million, Psycho with $376.3 million, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre with $304.6 million, and the Child's Play film series rounding out the list with approximately $203 million. The financial success has extended to home release, with more than five million DVDs sold by 2005. Friday the 13th Halloween Friday the 13th A Nightmare on Elm Street Child's Play Halloween Psycho Saw Scream The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Friday the 13th A Nightmare on Elm Street Halloween Saw Scream Psycho The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Child's Play

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Inflection - In various languages - Arabic (fusional)

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Arabic (fusional) Modern Standard Arabic (also called Literary Arabic) is an inflected language. It uses a system of independent and suffix pronouns classified by person and number and verbal inflections marking person and number. Suffix pronouns are used as markers of possession and as objects of verbs and prepositions. The tatweel (ـــ) marks where the verb stem, verb form, noun, or preposition is placed.

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