1954 Tennessee Volunteers football team - Schedule

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Schedule

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Number of Data columns : 4 Number of Data rows : 11
Categories : economy, demography, politics, knowledge

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Politics Until recently, voters in the Bălți municipality mainly supported the PCRM. This is explained by the fact that the municipality contains a large Russian speaking minority (43%) which primarily votes Communist. However, support for the Communists has seen a steady decline in the last three elections. Parliament elections results Parliament elections results 24,496 56.89% 36,348 22,147 58.16% 33,091 13,243 56.43% 29,980 Elections Elections

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Wikipedia:Manual of Style/Accessibility - Article structure - Headings

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Headings .mw parser output .module shortcutboxplain{float:right;border:1px solid #aaa;background:#fff;margin:0 0 0 1em;padding:.3em .6em .2em .6em;text align:center;font size:85%;font weight:bold}.mw parser output .module shortcutlist{display:inline block;border bottom:1px solid #aaa;margin bottom:.2em;font weight:normal}.mw parser output .module shortcutanchordiv{position:relative;top: 3em} MOS:GOODHEAD MOS:BADHEAD Headings should be descriptive and in a consistent order as defined in the Manual of Style. Nest headings sequentially, starting with level 2 (==), then level 3 (===) and so on. (Level 1 is the auto generated page title.) Do not skip parts of the sequence, such as selecting levels for emphasis; this is not the purpose of headings. == === Examples of correct and incorrect use of nested headings ==Section== ===Sub section=== ==Section== ===Sub section=== ====Sub sub section==== ==Section== ==Section== ===Sub section=== ==Section== ===Sub section=== ====Sub sub section==== ==Section== ====Section?==== ===Section?=== ==Section?== ==Section?== ====Section?==== ===Section?=== ====Section?==== ? ===Section?=== ? ==Section?== ? ==Section?== ? ====Section?==== ? ===Section?=== ? ===Section?=== ==Section== ====Sub section?==== ==Section== ===Section?=== ? ==Section== ====Sub section?==== ? ==Section== MOS:PSEUDOHEAD Do not make pseudo headings by abusing semicolon markup (reserved for description lists) and try to avoid using bold markup. Screen readers and other assistive technology can only use headings that have heading markup for navigation. If you want to reduce the size of the table of contents (TOC), use {{TOC limit}} instead. In cases where {{TOC limit}} cannot be used because of lower level headings elsewhere in the article, then using bold for the sub sub sub headings causes the least annoyance for screen reader users. Using a pseudo heading at all means you have exhausted all other options. It is a rarity.

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