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- " in 1892, the first step towards the development of the Catalan Statute of Autonomy.
- Their project was never completely fulfilled, among other reasons because of disagreements between members of Noucentisme, anti-catalanist repression under the 1923–1930 dictatorship of Miguel Primo de Rivera, and the consequent rise to popularity and power of left-wing Catalan nationalist and independentist parties.
- On March 16, 2001, Jimmy Wales announced that he wanted to create Wikipedias in other languages and mentioned that there was interest in creating a Catalan version.
- From a fairly young age Fabra dedicated himself to the study of the Catalan language.
- They promoted catalan culture, literature and humour using the newspaper "El Diari de Sabadell" as a platform.
- Òscar Camps Gausachs (Barcelona, 1963), is a catalan lifeguard, entrepreneur and activist, known mainly for being the founder and director of the NGO Proactiva Open Arms.
- , Els Units) is a Catalan centrist and christian democratic political party founded in June 2017 by former members of the defunct Democratic Union of Catalonia (UDC) and non-independentist catalan nationalists.
- "Let Catalans Vote" (in Catalan: "Deixin votar els catalans") is an international support manifesto to the Catalan independence referendum.
- One work worth mentioning is "La roja barretina catalana" (1880), included in the booklet "Respirall de la colecció de poesias catalanas" titled "Darreras Guspiras" (1879), which includes some of her creations in Catalan.
- He is deeply interested in the Middle Ages history, and he has studied mediaeval manuscripts, specially the ones of Catalan authors.
- The "Diccionari General de la Llengua Catalana" by Pompeu Fabra is a Catalan dictionary, first published in fascicles in 1931.
- In 2003, was awarded with the National Award for the Social Projection of the Catalan language, granted by the Catalan government, in recognition of being "the first sports daily in catalan, which has contributed to the consolidation and growth of Catalan language in sport".
- Democratic Convergence of La Franja (in Catalan: "Convergència Democràtica de la Franja"; CDF) is a catalanist and liberal political party active in the Catalan-speaking area of Aragon, known as La Franja.
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