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Guardian
Guardian may refer to:Legal guardian, a person with the authority and duty to care for the interests of anotherGuardian(s) or The Guardian(s) may also refer to:Contents1 Businesses and organizations 2 Media and entertainment2.1 Books and comics 2.2 Card, computer, and video games 2.3 Films 2.4 Music 2.5 Newspapers2.5.1 Canada 2.5.2 United Kingdom 2.5.3 United States 2.5.4 Other countries2.6 Television 2.7 Plays3 People 4 Places 5 Sports 6 Military 7 Religion 8 Other uses 9 See alsoBusinesses and organizations[edit] Guardian Building Society, a former UK building society, which merged
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Philosopher King
According to Plato, a philosopher king is a ruler who possesses both a love of knowledge, as well as intelligence, reliability, and a willingness to live a simple life. Such are the rulers of his utopian city Kallipolis
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Colossus
Colossus, Colossos, or the plural Colossi, comes from the Ancient Greek κολοσσός meaning a giant statue, and may refer to:Contents1 Statues 2 Amusement rides 3 Art, entertainment, and media3.1 Fictional entities 3.2 Film 3.3 Games 3.4 Literature 3.5 Music3.5.1 Albums 3.5.2 Songs4 Brands and enterprises 5 Computing 6 Warships 7 Other uses 8 See alsoStatues[edit]Any exceptionally large statue, see List of tallest statues; see also Category:Colossal statues Colossi of Memnon, two stone statues of Pharaoh Amenhotep III Colossus
Colossus
of Barletta, a bronze statue of an unidentifie
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Victor Milan
Victor Woodward Milán (August 3, 1954 in Tulsa, Oklahoma[1] – February 13, 2018 in Albuquerque, New Mexico[2]) was an American writer known for libertarian science fiction and an interest in cybernetics.Contents1 Career 2 Death 3 Bibliography3.1 Series and shared universes 3.2 Novels4 References 5 External linksCareer[edit] In 1986 he won the Prometheus Award for Cybernetic Samurai.[3] He has also written several shared universe works for the Forgotten Realms, Star Trek, BattleTech
BattleTech
and Wild Cards series. He has also written books under the pseudonyms Richard Austin (Jove Books "The Guardians" series), Robert Baron (Jove Books "Stormrider" series), and S. L. Hunter ("Steele" series with Simon Hawke, who used the pen name J. D. Masters)
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Ana Castillo
Ana Castillo
Ana Castillo
(born June 15, 1953) is a Mexican-American
Mexican-American
Chicana novelist, poet, short story writer, essayist, editor, playwright, translator and independent scholar. Considered one of the leading voices in Chicana experience, Castillo is known for her experimental style as a Latina novelist. Her works offer pungent and passionate socio-political comment that is based on established oral and literary traditions. Castillo's interest in race and gender issues can be traced throughout her writing career. Her novel Sapogonia was a New York Times Notable Book of the Year. She is the editor of La Tolteca, an arts and literary magazine. Castillo held the first Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz Endowed Chair at DePaul University
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The Lord Of The Rings Online
The Lord of the Rings
The Lord of the Rings
Online is a massive multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) for Microsoft Windows
Microsoft Windows
and OS X
OS X
set in a fantasy universe based upon J. R. R. Tolkien's Middle-earth
Middle-earth
writings. It took place during the time period of The Lord of the Rings. It was developed and maintained by Turbine after Jeffrey Anderson secured the rights from Vivendi.[2] It launched in North America, Australia, Japan, and Europe on April 24, 2007
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June Elvidge
June Elvidge
June Elvidge
(June 30, 1893 – May 1, 1965) was an early 20th-century silent film actress from St. Paul, Minnesota. She was of English and Irish descent.[1]Contents1 Biography 2 Partial filmography 3 References 4 External linksBiography[edit] Elvidge debuted in Passing Show of 1914, produced by Sam Shubert
Sam Shubert
at the Winter Garden Theatre
Winter Garden Theatre
in New York City. She is noted for playing roles as a vamp in silent movies such as The Lure of Woman (1915) and The Poison Pen (1919). She appeared in westerns such as The Price of Pride (1917) and The Law of the Yukon (1920). She acted in seventy motion pictures before the beginning of the sound era. After the conclusion of her movie career in 1924, Elvidge toured America on the Orpheum Circuit, Inc., in vaudeville. She retired from show business in 1925. Elvidge died in 1965 at the Mary Lee Nursing Home in Eatontown, New Jersey
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Mannings
Mannings
Mannings
(traditional Chinese: 萬寧; simplified Chinese: 万宁; Jyutping: maan6 ning4; pinyin: Wànníng) or Guardian (for Malaysia, Singapore
Singapore
and Vietnam) is a chain of personal h
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Montagu Love
Montagu Love
Montagu Love
(15 March 1880 – 17 May 1943), also known as Montague Love, was an English screen, stage and vaudeville actor. Life[edit] Born Harry Montague Love in Portsmouth, Hampshire, he was the son of Harry Love (b. 1852) and Fanny Louisa Love, née Poad (b. 1856); his father was listed as accountant on the 1881 English Census. Educated in Great Britain, Love began his career as an artist and military correspondent with his first important job as a London
London
newspaper cartoonist. Love honed basic stage talents in London, and in 1913 sailed to the Canada and crossed the border into the United States
United States
in November with a road-company production of Cyril Maude's Grumpy. Usually Love was cast in heartless villain roles
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Colossus (novel)
Colossus is a 1966 science fiction novel by British author Dennis Feltham Jones (as D. F. Jones), about super-computers taking control of mankind. Two sequels, The Fall of Colossus (1974) and Colossus and the Crab (1977) continued the story. Colossus was adapted cinematically as Colossus: The Forbin Project (1970).Contents1 Plot 2 Characters 3 Reception 4 Editions 5 See also 6 ReferencesPlot[edit] The story is set in the late 20th century, from Chapter 3, and narrowed to the 1990s in Chapter 10. Professor Charles Forbin, a leading cybernetics expert of international repute, arrives at the White House to brief the President of the United States of North America (Canada and the United States are one country, the USNA) to announce the completion of Project Colossus, a computer system in the Rocky Mountains, designed to assume control of the USNA's nuclear defences. Although the USNA President eagerly relieves himself of that burden, Prof
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Guardian Building Society
Cheltenham
Cheltenham
& Gloucester
Gloucester
plc (C&G) was a mortgage and savings provider in the United Kingdom, a subsidiary of Lloyds Banking Group. C&G specialises in mortgages and savings products. Previously, C&G was a building society, the Cheltenham
Cheltenham
and Gloucester
Gloucester
Building Society. Its headquarters were in Barnwood, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
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Etobicoke Guardian
Metroland Media Group
Metroland Media Group
is a large media, publishing and distribution company operating in the southern part of the Canadian province of Ontario. In June 2014, Metroland reported publishing 116 local newspapers.[1] Six of these are daily papers, and the rest are weekly community newspapers. Metroland has a substantial market presence in its geographic area, but has considerable competition from other large media and publishing organisations. In addition to printing most of its own publications, Metroland is a commercial printer of flyers and magazines
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Guardian (Highlander)
Highlander: The Source, released in some countries as Highlander 5: The Source, is the fifth installment of the Highlander film series, directed by Brett Leonard, and was intended to be the first film of a planned trilogy on SciFi Channel though no further direct sequels are currently planned. Adrian Paul
Adrian Paul
reprises his role as Duncan MacLeod from the television series and the fourth film, Highlander: Endgame. Highlander: The Source is the first Highlander film in the franchise not to be released in American theatres. It was instead broadcast on the Sci-Fi Channel on September 15, 2007.Contents1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Production 4 Early releases4.1 Russian 4.2 Dutch 4.3 UK5 American premiere 6 Reception 7 References 8 External linksPlot[edit] In the near future, a group of Immortals quest to locate the mysterious "Source" of immortal power
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South Wales Guardian
The South Wales
Wales
Guardian is a local newspaper serving Ammanford
Ammanford
and the surrounding area of Carmarthenshire, Wales.[1][2] References[edit]^ Shipton, Martin (13 December 2012). "Newspaper 'blacklisted' because of negative council coverage". WalesOnline. Retrieved 22 March 2017.  ^ " Carmarthenshire
Carmarthenshire
council and South Wales
Wales
Guardian's war of words". BBC. 12 December 2012
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Cornish Guardian
The Cornish Guardian (founded 1901) is a weekly newspaper in Cornwall, England, UK, which is part of the Cornwall
Cornwall
& Devon Media group. Its head office is in Truro
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The Guardian (Anglican Newspaper)
The Guardian
The Guardian
was a weekly Anglican
Anglican
newspaper published from 1846 to 1951. It was founded by Richard William Church, Thomas Henry Haddan, and other supporters of the Tractarian
Tractarian
movement and was for many years the leading newspaper of the Church of England. C. S. Lewis published his Screwtape Letters in serial form in The Guardian
The Guardian
as well as The Great Divorce, the former in the early 1940s and the latter in 1944 and 1945
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