Serious Sam Double D

Serious Sam Double DLogo of Serious Sam Double DDeveloper(s) Mommy’s Best Games Publisher(s) Devolver Digital Designer(s) Nathan Fouts Programmer(s) Nathan Fouts Artist(s) Nathan Fouts Writer(s) AJ Johnson Composer(s) Hamdija Ajanovic Series Serious Sam Engine Microsoft XNA Platform(s) Microsoft Windows Release date(s) WW August 3, 2011 Genre(s) Side-scrolling shooter Mode(s) Single-player Serious Sam Double D XXLLogo of Serious Sam Double D XXLDeveloper(s) Mommy’s Best Games Publisher(s) Devolver Digital Designer(s) Nathan Fouts Programmer(s) Nathan Fouts Artist(s) Nathan Fouts Writer(s) AJ Johnson Composer(s) Hamdija Ajanovic Series Serious Sam Engine Microsoft XNA Platform(s) Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360 Release date(s) Xbox 360WW February 20, 2013Microsoft WindowsWW October 21, 2013 Genre(s) Side-scrolling shooter Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer Serious Sam Double D is a side-scrolling shooter developed by Mommy’s Best Games and published by Devolver Digital. It was developed as part of the Serious Sam indie-series for Microsoft Windows and released on August 30, 2011. The developer studio, kept on working on the game and on February 20, 2013, the game was released as Serious Sam Double D XXL for Xbox 360 on the Xbox Live Arcade, integrating more weapons, more enemies, and the long-awaited co-op mode. On October 21, 2013, Serious Sam Double D XXL was released as a free patch for the original Serious Sam Double D for Microsoft Windows. External links[edit]Serious Sam Double D at Mommy’s Best Games Serious Sam Double D XXL at Mommy’s Best Gamesv t e Serious Sam series Main seriesSerious Sam 2 3: BFE Spin-offsNext Encounter Advance Double D Kamikaze Attack! The Random Encounter DevelopersCroteam Climax Solent InterActive Vision Mommy’s Best Games Be-Rad Entertainment Vlambeer PublishersGathering of Developers Gotham Games Global Star Software 2K Games Devolver DigitalThis shooter game-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Cychrus xiei

Cychrus xiei Scientific classificationKingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta Order: Coleoptera Family: Carabidae Genus: Cychrus Species: C. xiei Binomial name Cychrus xiei Deuve, 1989Cychrus xiei is a species of ground beetle [1]in the subfamily of Carabinae.[2] It was described by Deuve in 1989.[2] References[edit] ^ http://www.globalspecies.org/ntaxa/2871956 ^ a b “Cychrus Fabricius, 1794”. Carabidae of the World. 2011. Retrieved 16 August 2012.  This Cychrus-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Oklahoma State Highway 6

“OK 6” redirects here. OK 6 may also refer to Oklahoma’s 6th congressional district. State Highway 6Route information Maintained by ODOT Length: 121.8 mi[1] (196.0 km) Existed: August 21, 1954 – present Major junctions South end:SH 6 at the Texas state line North end:SH-152 near Sweetwater Highway systemOklahoma State HighwaysInterstate U.S. Turnpikes ←SH-5SH-7→State Highway 6, abbreviated to SH-6 or OK-6, is a state highway in Oklahoma. It runs in a 121.8 miles (196.0 km) crescent through the southwestern part of the state, running from the Texas state line north of Quanah, Texas, to SH-152 in the unincorporated town of Sweetwater. There are no letter-suffixed spur highways branching from SH-6. SH-6 was added to the state highway system in 1954. The highway was later extended from its original extent; westward from Elk City in 1957 and southward to Texas in 1975.Contents 1 Route description 2 History 3 Junction list 4 References 5 External linksRoute description[edit] SH-6 south of Granite After crossing the Red River, State Highway 6 leaves Texas, becomes SH-6 and continues headed northeast, passing through the small Jackson County towns of Eldorado and Olustee. Highway 6 meets US-62 five miles (8 km) west of Altus.[2] SH-6 makes a right turn at this point to overlap US-62 into Altus. In Altus, SH-6 takes a turn to the north to overlap US-283. North of Blair, US-283 heads due north while SH-6 turns toward the northwest. SH-6 crosses US-283 once more before the state highway continues to the north toward Granite, where it meets SH-9. North of Granite, SH-6 runs along the Beckham–Washita county line until sharing a 4-mile (6.4 km) concurrency with SH-55, moving into Beckham County.[2] After splitting away from SH-55, it meets SH-152 for the first time (it will meet SH-152 at its northern end.) SH-6 continues north to have an interchange with Interstate 40 in Elk City. It overlaps Business Loop I-40 for four miles (6.4 km) on the north side of the city.[2] At this point the north–south highway curves to the west. It crosses US-283 (again), and then ends at SH-152 in Sweetwater. History[edit] SH-6 in downtown Elk City The original State Highway 6 extended from the Texas state line near Colbert to the Kansas state line north of Vinita.[3] When the United States Numbered Highways system was established in 1926, the vast majority of the. thanks wikipedia.

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Stephen J. Pollak

This article includes a list of references, related reading or external links, but its sources remain unclear because it lacks inline citations. Please improve this article by introducing more precise citations. (March 2009) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Stephen J. Pollak is Senior Counsel at Goodwin Procter LLP, where he specializes in complex federal civil litigation. He served as Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights under President Lyndon Johnson from 1967-1969. In 2012 he was honored by the Mississippi Center for Justice for “a lifelong commitment to public service.” External links[edit]Biography on the website of Goodwin Procter LLP Mississippi Center for Justice Honors Stephen J. PollakPersondata Name Pollak, Stephen J. Alternative namesShort description American lawyer Date of birthPlace of birthDate of deathPlace of death. thanks wikipedia.

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The Man Who Traveled in Elephants

“The Man Who Traveled in Elephants” is a short story written in 1948 by Robert A. Heinlein. It was first published as “The Elephant Circuit” in the October 1957 issue of Saturn Magazine. It later appeared in two Heinlein anthologies, The Unpleasant Profession of Jonathan Hoag (also titled 6xH) (1959) and The Fantasies of Robert A. Heinlein (1999). Though this story was not typical of the subject matter of most of Heinlein’s writing, it was Heinlein’s favorite.[1] It has had a mixed reception compared to his other works. Spider Robinson selected it as one of his life-time favorite stories, and included it in his anthology Best of All Possible Worlds on that basis. Alexei Panshin said that the story “..is a mistake, a sloppy, sentimental fantasy that I suspect was written at the very beginning of Heinlein’s career and then went without a buyer until 1957”.[2] The story can be viewed as an early manifestation of Heinlein’s World as Myth, which featured prominently in his last novels. The protagonist is a widower who once was a traveling salesman working with his wife. The two of them continued to travel after retirement, scouting territory in order to sell elephants. It becomes clear that these travels were not seriously intended to sell elephants, but were rather a way to continue the life the two had previously enjoyed. On their travels the two of them were accompanied by a collection of imaginary animals. After his wife’s death, the protagonist tries to continue this life, but with fading energy and interest. We join him on a bus ride to “The Fair” which he slowly realizes is the afterlife. The story is usually described as a fantasy. The only fantastic element, however, is the narrator’s entry into the afterlife, where he meets with his dead wife and dog, and with the imaginary animals he and his wife invented as traveling companions, as well as a host of other friends. The tone is realistic, as are the descriptions of the narrator’s life before he boards the Bus to the Fair. After consideration, it could be considered magic realism. See also[edit]The Fantasies of Robert A. HeinleinReferences[edit] ^ New Destinies, Vol. VI/Winter 1988 — Robert A. Heinlein Memorial Issue, Jim Baen editorial note p. 256. ^ a chapter from Heinlein in Dimension by Panshin. External links[edit]Review by Robert Wilfred Franson SFFaudio.com Review of the audio drama version Brief review by Mark L. Olson. thanks wikipedia.

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Tiffech

Tiffech Commune and townCountry  Algeria Province Souk Ahras Province Time zone CET (UTC+1) Tiffech is a town and commune in Souk Ahras Province in north-eastern Algeria.[1] References[edit] ^ “Communes of Algeria”. Statoids. Retrieved December 12, 2010.  v t eSouk Ahras ProvinceCapital: Souk Ahras DistrictsHeddada M’Daourouch Mechroha Merahna Ouled Driss Oum El Adhaïm Sedrata Souk Ahras TaouraCommunesAin Zana Ain Soltane Bir Bouhouche Drea Hanancha Heddada Khedara Khemissa M’Daourouch Mechroha Merahna Oued Keberit Ouillen Ouled Driss Ouled Moumen Oum El Adhaim Ragouba Safel El Ouiden Sedrata Sid Fredj Souk Ahras Taoura Terraguelt Tiffech Zaarouria Zouabi Coordinates: 36°09′24″N 7°41′56″E / 36.15667°N 7.69889°E / 36.15667; 7.69889 This article about a location in Souk Ahras Province is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Kaputt Mundi

Kaputt MundiDirected by Marco Risi Written by Marco Risi Niccolò Ammaniti Starring Monica Bellucci Music by Andrea Rocca Cinematography Maurizio Calvesi Edited by Franco FraticelliRelease dates 1998 (1998)Language Italian Kaputt Mundi (Italian: L’ultimo capodanno) is a 1998 Italian comedy drama film directed by Marco Risi. It is based on the short story L’ultimo capodanno dell’umanità by Niccolò Ammaniti.[1]Contents 1 Cast 2 See also 3 References 4 External linksCast[edit]Monica Bellucci: Giulia Giovannini Marco Giallini: Enzo Di Girolamo Angela Finocchiaro: signora Rinaldi Claudio Santamaria: Cristiano Carucci Iva Zanicchi: Gina Carucci Giorgio Tirabassi: Augusto Carbone Ricky Memphis: Orecchino Adriano Pappalardo: Mastino di Dio Piero Natoli: Vittorio Trodini Francesca D’Aloja: Lisa Faraone Alessandro Haber: avv. Rinaldi Giuseppe Fiorello: Gaetano Malacozza Ludovica Modugno: Filomena Antonella Steni: Esa Giovannini Maria Monti: ScintillaSee also[edit]List of Italian films of 1998References[edit] ^ Roberto Chiti, Enrico Lancia, Roberto Poppi. Dizionario del cinema italiano: I Film. Gremese Editore, 2002. ISBN 8884401372.  CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link) External links[edit]Kaputt Mundi at the Internet Movie DatabaseThis article related to an Italian film of the 1990s is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e This article about a 1990s comedy-drama film is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Prieto River (Naguabo, Puerto Rico)

Prieto River (Naguabo, Puerto Rico) Basin Countries Puerto Rico The Prieto River (Naguabo, Puerto Rico) is a river of Puerto Rico. See also[edit]List of rivers of Puerto RicoPuerto Rico portalGeography portalCoordinates: 18°15′12″N 65°47′05″W / 18.2532892°N 65.7846073°W / 18.2532892; -65.7846073[1] References[edit] ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Río PrietoUSGS Hydrologic Unit Map – Caribbean Region (1974) Rios de Puerto Rico This article related to a river in Puerto Rico is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Lexicographical order

This article may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia’s quality standards. The specific problem is: randomly ordered mix of example sections and other sections like generalizations Please help improve this article if you can. (April 2015) For similarly named ordering systems outside mathematics, see Alphabetical order and Collation. Orderings of the 3-subsets of(and the corresponding binary vectors) When the (blue) triples are in lex order the (red) vectors are in revlex order, and vice versa. The arrangements on the right side show colex and revcolex order. In mathematics, the lexicographic or lexicographical order (also known as lexical order, dictionary order, alphabetical order or lexicographic(al) product) is a generalization of the way the alphabetical order of words is based on the alphabetical order of their component letters.Contents 1 Definition 2 Motivation and uses 3 Case of multiple products 4 Groups and vector spaces 5 Generalizations5.1 Ordering of sequences of various lengths 5.2 Quasi-lexicographic order 5.3 Another generalization 6 Example: Monomials 7 Decimal fractions 8 Colexicographic order 9 Reverse lexicographic order 10 See also 11 ReferencesDefinition[edit] Given two partially ordered sets A and B, the lexicographical order on the Cartesian product A × B is defined as(a,b) ≤ (a′,b′) if and only if a < a′ or (a = a′ and b ≤ b′).The result is a partial order. If A and B are each totally ordered, then the result is a total order as well. The lexicographical order of two totally ordered sets is thus a linear extension of their product order. More generally, one can define the lexicographic order on the Cartesian product of n ordered sets, on the Cartesian product of a countably infinite family of ordered sets, and on the union of such sets. Motivation and uses[edit] The name of the lexicographic order comes from its generalizing the order given to words in a dictionary or encyclopedia: a sequence of letters (that is, a word)a1a2 .. akappears in a dictionary before a sequenceb1b2 .. bkif and only if at the first i where ai and bi differ, ai comes before bi in the alphabet. That comparison assumes both sequences are the same length. To ensure they are the same length, the shorter sequence is usually padded at the end with enough “blanks” (a special symbol that is treated as coming before any other symbol). This also allows ordering of phrases. For the purpose of dictionaries, etc. thanks wikipedia.

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Phaeophacidium

Phaeophacidium Scientific classification Kingdom: Fungi Division: Ascomycota Subdivision: Pezizomycotina Class: Leotiomycetes Order: Rhytismatales Family: incertae sedis Genus: Phaeophacidium P. Henn. & Lindau Type species Phaeophacidium escalloniae Henn. & LindauPhaeophacidium is a genus of fungi in the Rhytismatales order. The relationship of this taxon to other taxa within the order is unknown (incertae sedis), and it has not yet been placed with certainty into any family.[1] External links[edit]Index FungorumReferences[edit] ^ Lumbsch TH, Huhndorf SM. (December 2007). “Outline of Ascomycota – 2007”. Myconet (Chicago, USA: The Field Museum, Department of Botany) 13: 1–58. This Leotiomycetes-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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