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). '''Mam Tor Publishing''' is an English (United Kingdom) independent comic book publisher founded by Liam Sharp and his wife Christina McCormack. The company's headquarters are in Derby, East Midlands. It was apparently played in a Derby nightclub called Gossips, to which the bar staff made a dance. It proved so popular that when Black Lace performed at the club in 1981, they learnt the dance and recorded their own version.

Kingston, Ontario

) was a Canadian (Canada) comic book artist best known for Marvel Comics' ''Star Wars'' licensed series and ''Master of Kung Fu (Shang Chi)''. He was considered a mentor by independent comic writer artist Dave Sim. Based in Kingston, Ontario, the unit began recruiting in late 1915 in that city and the surrounding district. After sailing to England in September 1916, the battalion was absorbed into the 95th Battalion, CEF and the 12th Reserve Battalion on October 6, 1916

Portland, Oregon

; ref No Chinook have been seen until November, 2011 when they were documented with photo and video, the apparent offspring of the 2006 spawners. '''Oni Press''' is an American (USA) independent comic book publisher based in Portland

UC alumni currently or recently on Broadway work UC Magazine publisher University of Cincinnati At CCM she was roommates with Kristy Cates, a fellow ''Wicked (Wicked (musical))'' alum. '''''Scott Pilgrim''''' is a series of graphic stories by Bryan Lee O'Malley. It consists of six digest size black-and-white volumes, released between August 2004 and July 2010, by Portland (Portland, Oregon)-based independent comic book publisher Oni Press


of six digest size black-and-white volumes, released between August 2004 and July 2010, by Portland (Portland, Oregon)-based independent comic book publisher Oni Press. It was later republished by Fourth Estate, an imprint of HarperCollins "Scott Pilgrim Bryan Lee O'Malley " on Trove (National_Library_of_Australia#Trove). Retrieved 18 September 2011.<


creation, the character spun off into an independent comic book series (The Tick (comic book)) in 1988, and gained mainstream popularity through an animated TV series (The Tick (TV series)) on Fox (Fox Broadcasting Company) in 1994 (1994 in American television). A short-lived live-action TV series (The Tick (2001 TV series)), video game (The Tick (video game)), and various merchandise (List of The Tick merchandise) have also been based on the character. IGN's list of the Top 100


for the discovery of insulin in 1923. The school participated in CBC's mini-series, "The Greatest Canadian", in which Sir Frederick Banting was nominated. subcat Canadian '''Howard Eugene Day''' (Kingston, Ontario, 13 August 1951 – 23 September 1982) was a Canadian (Canada) comic book artist best known for Marvel Comics' ''Star Wars'' licensed series and ''Master of Kung Fu (Shang Chi)''. He was considered a mentor by independent comic writer

, United States - Northern tall grasslands Canada, United States - '''Aardvark-Vanaheim''' is a Canadian (Canada) independent (independent comics) comic book publisher founded in 1977 (1977 in comics) by Dave Sim and Deni Loubert. It is best known for publishing Sim's ''Cerebus (Cerebus the Aardvark)''. Related plagiarism Marie-Pier Côté, a 12-year old Canadian (Canada), published a novel called ''Laura l'immortelle''. On March 13


superheroes, most prominently Batman, it has since evolved into an independent comic sporting a complex, evolving continuity (Continuity (fiction)). The comic is well known for its nonsense humor à-la Monty Python, its engaging storytelling and its frequent breaking of the fourth wall. Ortolani often pays both direct and indirect tribute to other comic authors (Jack Kirby above everyone else) and he frequently makes his characters use pop-culture references, either generic or specific to the native Italian context and background. The comic is currently being published by Panini Comics both as new installments under the name of ''Rat-Man Collection'' and as reprints of older stories in ''Tutto Rat-Man''. thumb A portrait of a 12-year-old Ranuccio Farnese by Titian (Image:Tizian Portrait of Ranuccio Farnese.jpg). '''Ranuccio Farnese (House of Farnese)''' (11 August 1530 – 29 October 1565) was an Italian (Italy) prelate, who was Cardinal (Cardinal (Catholicism)) of Santa Lucia in Messina, Sicily from 1545 to his death in 1565. His most important and most memorable goal is the one he scored against West Germany in Milan, Italy on June 19 during the 1990 World Cup. Playing into injury time, the ball went into the net just after having gone between the legs of West German goalie, Bodo Illgner, to tie the game 1-1 and send Colombia into the second round. During a qualifying match for the 1994 FIFA World Cup on September 5, 1993 against Argentina (Argentina national football team), he scored the first goal of the game receiving the ball from teammate Carlos Valderrama (Carlos Valderrama (footballer)) and passing the Argentine goalkeeper, Sergio Goycochea, before scoring. :''For the city in the province of Lecce, see Castro, Apulia.'' '''Castro''' was an ancient city on the west side of Lake Bolsena in the present-day ''comune'' of Ischia di Castro, northern Lazio, Italy. It was destroyed at the conclusion of the Wars of Castro in the 17th century. '''Piroxicam''' is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug of the oxicam class used to relieve the symptoms of rheumatoid (rheumatoid arthritis) and osteoarthritis, primary dysmenorrhoea, postoperative pain; and act as an analgesic, especially where there is an inflammatory (inflammation) component. It is manufactured by Pfizer under the tradename '''Feldene''', and is available in the UK, Spain, Portugal, Australia, Italy, Brazil and the United States. It is also manufactured by Bosnalijek under the tradename '''Roxam''', and is available in Eastern Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. In India, it is available by the tradename '''Dolonex'''. In Thailand it is available by the tradename '''Fasden'''. Description The monument would consist of three vertical pylons (representing the three main geographic divisions of the country: Luzon, the Visayas, and Mindanao), 66 meters (217&nbsp;ft) tall (Quezon's age when he died), surmounted by three mourning angels holding sampaguita (the national flower) wreaths sculpted by the Italian (Italy) sculptor Monti. The three pylons would in turn circumscribe a drum-like two-story structure containing a gallery from which visitors could look down at Quezon's catafalque, modeled after Napoleon Bonaparte's (Napoleon Bonaparte) in the Invalides. The gallery and the catafalque below are lit by an oculus, in turn reminiscent of Grant's Tomb. '''''Quercus trojana''''', the '''Macedonian Oak''' (syn. ''Q. macedonicus'') is an oak in the turkey oak section ''Quercus'' sect. ''Cerris'' (List of Quercus species#Section Cerris). It is native to southeast Europe and southwest Asia, from southern Italy east across the southern Balkans to western Turkey, growing at low to moderate altitudes (up to 1550 m in the south of the range in southwestern Turkey), in dry areas. Italy Italy has decided on the Eurofighter Typhoon as its next generation of air-defense fighter, however this aircraft faced delivery delays for some time. In the meantime, 24 Panavia Tornado ADV jets from the United Kingdom were leased to cover the gap. This lease ran out in 2003, without the Typhoon being ready for service. The solution was provided by a five-year lease of 34 F-16 aircraft, of which 30 will be '''F-16A B-15ADF''' aircraft. The final four aircraft were earlier block aircraft for spares. These are all used U.S. Air Force fighters. In June 2010, the Italian Air Force started the return of the F-16s to the United States. By June 2012, all the Italian F-16 will be returned to the USA. http: it index.php 06 2010 aeronautica-iniziata-restituzione-f-16-agli-usa On October 12, a UK tour was announced that will run through February 2012 with fellow bands The Dillinger Escape Plan and Red Fang as support acts. They were at Later... with Jools Holland where they performed "Black Tongue" & "Curl of the Burl". A seventeen date European tour was announced that featured dates in Scandinavia, Germany, France, Spain, Belgium, Portugal, Italy and Holland. thumb right Polonez Kombi (Image:Polonez Kombi 1,6 MPi.jpg) In 1965, the Polish government signed license agreements with the Italian (Italy) auto manufacturer Fiat to manufacture selected Fiat models in Poland, under the brand Polski Fiat. In particular, the Fiat 125 was to be manufactured at FSO to replace the outdated Warszawa. The resulting model, called Polski Fiat 125p, was in fact a simplified model with Fiat 1300 1500 mechanicals, and was exported for some time under the names '''Fiat 125p''' and later, after the license agreement ended, '''FSO 1300 1500'''. It was also produced in station wagon and pick-up variants. Meanwhile, the Warszawa was manufactured concurrently until 1973. The '''''rex Nemorensis''''' (Latin, "king of Nemi" or "king of the Grove (sacred grove)") was a priest (Glossary of ancient Roman religion#sacerdos) of the goddess Diana (Diana (goddess)) at Aricia (Ariccia) in Italy, by the shores of Lake Nemi, where she was known as Diana Nemorensis. The priesthood played a major role in the mythography of J.G. Frazer in ''The Golden Bough'', whose interpretation has exerted a lasting influence. As such, the ZACF has close links to the member organisations of the Anarkismo network; particularly with the Workers' Solidarity Movement (WSM) in Ireland, Common Struggle — Libertarian Communist Federation (Common Struggle) (formerly NEFAC) in the United States, the Anarchist Federation of Rio de Janeiro (FARJ) in Brazil, the Federation of Anarchist Communists (FdCA) in Italy, the Confederación General del Trabajo in Spain and Alternative Libertaire (Alternative libertaire) (AL) in France. It has also had intermittent contact with the Awareness League in Nigeria and with numerous smaller anarchist collectives in Africa., About Us, retrieved 4 January 2012 African Struggle Archive, Anarchism in Africa, retrieved 4 January 2012 The 2005 season began on April 23, 2005 on the weekend of the San Marino Grand Prix at the Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari in Imola, Italy. In the pre-season test to decide the inaugural season's car numbers, the iSport International and HiTech Piquet Racing teams showed a competitive edge. The latter team was largely funded by the former Formula One world champion Nelson Piquet in order to aid his son (Nelson Piquet, Jr.)'s route to the premier Formula sport. The Juthungi invaded Italy in 259&ndash;260, but on their way back they were defeated near Augsburg on 24&ndash;25 April 260 by Marcus Simplicinius Genialis (this is recorded on a Roman memorial stone found in 1992). At this time the Roman Empire lost the Limes area in this region. Between 356 and 358 the Juthungi and the Alamanni invaded the province of Raetia, and destroyed Castra Regina (Regensburg) (the Roman capital of the province, and one of the biggest Roman military camps in south Germany, with massive stone walls and a village). A second invasion of Raetia in 383 was repelled by an army of Alans and Huns. Between 429 and 431 the Roman general Aëtius (Flavius Aëtius) also fought against the Juthungi in Raetia.

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toh ) born February 1, 1957, in Oxnard (Oxnard, California), California, usually credited as '''Gilbert Hernandez''' and also known by the nickname '''Beto''' ( ), is an American (United States) comics writer artist. Along with his brothers Jaime (Jaime Hernandez) and Mario (Mario Hernandez) he co-created the acclaimed independent (independent comics) comic book ''Love and Rockets (Love and Rockets (comic))'', published by Fantagraphics Books

name "British Hit Singles & Albums" '''David Lapham''' is an United States) comic book writer, artist, and cartoonist, best known for his work on the independent comic book ''Stray Bullets''. Spain Prior to joining the Trail Blazers (Portland Trail Blazers), Rodriguez was chosen to play for the 2004 World Junior Select team to play against

and inked by Devon Massey, ''Cavewoman'' was inspired by ''Little Annie Fanny'' and William Stout. Carter, R.J. "Interview: Budd Root: Rooting Around the Basement with Cavewoman," The Trades (Jan. 1, 2002). Accessed Sept. 15, 2008. '''Budd Root''' (b. 1958 in Heidelberg, Germany) is an American (United States) cartoonist, and creator of the independent comic book ''Cavewoman'', published

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