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"This Ain't No Game." — Film tagline Super Mario Bros. is an American science fiction live-action movie adaptation of and is loosely based on the Super Mario series of video games, released in theaters on May 28, 1993.
Art and Culture, whether that be an Exhibition of works or Music or great books show this place can get on with being a dynamic wonder without any other than those doing the work and those turning up to experience it bearing witness to such – neither of which needs to claim credit for their work and its Keeping of Culture here – where it ...
Synopsis: Worldwide Connections to an underground Hamburg S&M club start in England. This story features worldwide tales of torture, rape and snuff all leading to the big extravaganza in Hamburg that gives the series it's title.
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The Nucleus (formerly Mount Desert Island Naval Facility) is a pre-War submarine base owned by the United States Navy before the bombs fell. DiMA allowed the Church of the Children of Atom to utilize the place and, in return, protect his old memories from being accessed.
The City of Lamoni, nestled at the Crossing of Pride and Progress, is a beautiful community which offers residents and visitors alike with opportunities to explore the finest in performance arts, recreation, and cultural participation.
Today, Kiewit Infrastructure West Co. was named the apparent-best-value contractor for the project that will demolish the viaduct, decommission the Battery Street Tunnel and reconnect city surface streets just north of the new SR 99 tunnel.
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What the Things You See When You Rub Your Eyes Are Called
Today I found out what the things you see when you close your eyes and rub them hard are called, namely "phosphenes". A phosphene is characterized by perceiving some form of light when there is little or no light actually entering the eye, making it an entopic phenomenon (meaning the source of ...