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Benmaniyar
— Wikipedian Male —
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NameYoussef Benmaniyar
Bornkelaa des sraghna
Country Morocco
Current locationMarrakesh, kelaa des sraghna
LanguagesEnglish, Arabic
HairBlack
EyesBrown
HandednessRight
Sexualityheterosexuality
Family and friends
PetsDog
Education and employment
OccupationStudent
UniversityCadi Ayyad University
Hobbies, favourites and beliefs
HobbiesVideo Gaming, Computing, Music, Movies, TV series
ReligionIslam
PoliticsBullshits
Interests
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JoinedJanuary 24, 2015
First editJanuary 24, 2015
Edit count100+
SignatureBenmaniyar (talk)

About meEdit

Hello folks, I am Youssef Benmaniyar from Morocco. I enjoy baking, reading, writing and playing video games in my spare time. I like playing with Legos and animating them using stop motion. I will enjoy editing the Wikipedia section on illusions very much. I have just gotten this program installed on my computer and am having fun browsing through the articles. You most likely will not see me giving someone advice, you will see me getting advice.

Featured ArticleEdit

HMS Argus

HMS Argus was a British aircraft carrier that served in the Royal Navy from 1918 to 1944. Converted from an ocean liner, she became the first example of the standard pattern of aircraft carriers, with a full-length flight deck allowing aircraft to take off and land. The ship was involved for several years in the development of the optimum design for other aircraft carriers. She spent one brief deployment on the China Station in the late 1920s before being placed in reserve. Argus was recommissioned and partially modernised shortly before the Second World War. In July 1940 she made the first of her many ferry trips to fly off fighters to Malta. In 1942 she was pressed into front-line service despite her lack of speed and armament. She provided air cover during the invasion of French North Africa and was slightly damaged by a bomb. Argus was used again for deck-landing practice until September 1944. She became an accommodation ship in December, was sold in late 1946 and was scrapped in 1947. (Full article...)

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Library of Congress
The Library of Congress is a research library that officially serves the United States Congress and is the de facto national library of the United States. Founded in 1800, it is the oldest federal cultural institution in the country and one of the largest libraries in the world. The library is housed in three buildings on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.: the Thomas Jefferson Building (1897), the John Adams Building (1938) and the James Madison Memorial Building (1981). It also maintains the National Audio-Visual Conservation Center in Culpeper, Virginia, and a storage facility in Fort Meade, Maryland. The library's functions are overseen by the librarian of Congress, and its buildings are maintained by the architect of the Capitol. This photograph, taken by William Henry Jackson, shows the Thomas Jefferson Building around 1902.Photograph credit: William Henry Jackson; restored by Mmxx


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This user page style was inspired by User:ChamithN's and User:Pratyya_Ghosh's user page.



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