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Metropolitan Borough Of Stockport
Metropolitan
Metropolitan
may refer to:Look up metropolitan in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.Contents1 In geography1.1 Named places2 Businesses 3 Transport3.1 Transit systems 3.2 Vehicles4 Colleges and Universities 5 Media and entertainment5.1 Journalism and literature 5.2 Performing arts6 Other uses 7 See alsoIn geography[edit]Metropolis, a large city or conurbation Metropolitan
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Metropolis
A metropolis (/mɪˈtrɒpəlɪs, -plɪs/)[2] is a large city or conurbation which is a significant economic, political, and cultural center for a country or region, and an important hub for regional or international connections, commerce, and communications. The term is Ancient Greek
Ancient Greek
(μητρόπολις) and means the "mother city" of a colony (in the ancient sense), that is, the city which sent out settlers. This was later generalized to a city regarded as a center of a specified activity, or any large, important city in a nation. A big city belonging to a larger urban agglomeration, but which is not the core of that agglomeration, is not generally considered a metropolis but a part of it
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Teatro Metropólitan
The Teatro Metropólitan
Teatro Metropólitan
is one of Mexico's best-known theatres. Before being the Teatro Metropólitan
Teatro Metropólitan
it was known as the Cine Metropólitan, and was built as a movie palace. The architect was Pedro Gorozpe E. with interior decorations by Aurelio G. Mendoza. The Cine Metropolitan opened on 8 September 1943 with the Argentinian film “Dieciséis años” (1943)[1] starring María Duval and Alicia Barrié. Seating capacities were later reduced and given as 3,627 in 1955 and 3,005 in 1971.[2] It closed as a cinema in 1985 and was renovated in 1995, re-opening on 18 December 1996 as the Teatro Metropolitan, a live show venue staging mainly rock concerts.[3] Teatro Metropólitan
Teatro Metropólitan
is a sponsor of Mexico City’s National Jazz Festival. It was also the site for the annual Premios TV y Novelas ceremonies in the 1980s and 1990s
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Swansea Metropolitan University
Swansea
Swansea
Metropolitan University (Welsh: Prifysgol Fetropolitan Abertawe) is the former name of the university – based in Swansea, Wales, UK – which on 1 August 2013 merged with and became a constituent campus of the University of Wales
Wales
Trinity Saint Davi
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Tokyo Metropolitan University
Tokyo Metropolitan University
Tokyo Metropolitan University
(首都大学東京, Shuto Daigaku Tōkyō), often referred to as TMU, is a Public Research University
Public Research University
in Japan.Contents1 Origin 2 History 3 University reform 4 Faculties (undergraduate) 5 Graduate schools 6 Campuses 7 Facilities 8 Research Centres 9 International Partner Institutions9.1 Asia 9.2 North America 9.3 Europe10 Notable alumni 11 Notable faculty 12 Academic reputation 13 References 14 External linksOrigin[edit] The origin of Tokyo Metropolitan University
Tokyo Metropolitan University
was Prefectural Higher School, under the old system of education, established by Tokyo Prefecture in 1929 as the third public higher school
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Metropolitan (novel)
Metropolitan is a science fiction novel by American writer Walter Jon Williams, first published in 1995. A sequel, City on Fire, was published in 1997.Contents1 Setting 2 Plot summary 3 Reception 4 ReferencesSetting[edit] Metropolitan is set on an unnamed world where, in the distant past, some agency or agencies enclosed the planet in a barrier known as the Shield. The Shield emits light and heat, incinerates all matter that rises above a certain altitude, and absorbs all electromagnetic energy directed into it. As a result, the world has no day, night, or seasons (although it does have weather phenomena like clouds and rain). Its inhabitants divide time into "shifts", which appear to correspond to about eight hours (as they are referred to as "work", "service", and "sleep" shifts)
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The Metropolitan (newspaper)
The Metropolitan, or The Met as it is commonly called, is the school newspaper of Metropolitan State University of Denver. It has a weekly press run of 700 copies, which are distributed every Wednesday to more than 60 locations across the Auraria Campus
Auraria Campus
and select locations in downtown Denver. The paper is a tabloid style publication with sections for news, sports, opinions, features and music. It focuses on issues of interest and concern to students at Metro and the other colleges located on the Auraria Campus. The editorial direction and content of The Metropolitan are entirely student-run. The staff of The Metropolitan comprises MSU Denver students, most of whom work on a strictly volunteer basis. An editorial staff of about 10 students, including section editors, copy editors, photo editors and an editor-in-chief direct a larger staff of about 10-15 reporters, photographers, columnists and artists
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Seattle Metropolitan
Seattle
Seattle
Metropolitan, or Seattle
Seattle
Met, is a monthly city magazine magazine covering Seattle, Washington. Its first issue was published in March 2006, and features reporting and feature articles on Seattle events, politics, people, dining and restaurants, popular places, and attractions.Contents1 Publisher history 2 See also 3 References 4 External linksPublisher history[edit] The publisher, SagaCity Media, started in 2003 with the magazine Portland Monthly. In 2006, Seattle
Seattle
Metropolitan was started. At the beginning of 2010, the publisher bought magazines from several other cities including Vail-Beaver Creek, Aspen Sojourner, and Park City.[1] See also[edit]Portland MonthlyReferences[edit]^ " Portland Monthly
Portland Monthly
buys Colorado magazines". Portland Business Journal. Portland, Oregon: Business Journal Publications. January 12, 2010. OCLC 60759203
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Transmetropolitan
Transmetropolitan
Transmetropolitan
is a cyberpunk transhumanist comic book series written by Warren Ellis
Warren Ellis
and co-created and designed by Darick Robertson; it was published by the American company DC Comics
DC Comics
in 1997–2002.[1] The series was originally part of the short-lived DC Comics imprint Helix, but upon the end of the book's first year the series was moved to the Vertigo imprint and DC Comics
DC Comics
shut down the Helix imprint. Transmetropolitan
Transmetropolitan
chronicles the battles of Spider Jerusalem, infamous renegade gonzo journalist of the future,[2] an homage to gonzo journalism founder Hunter S. Thompson
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Metropolitan (1990 Film)
Metropolitan is the debut film by director and screenwriter Whit Stillman.[1] It received an Oscar nomination for Best Original Screenplay.[2] The film is often considered the first of a trilogy of Stillman films, followed by Barcelona (1994, but written before Metropolitan) and The Last Days of Disco
The Last Days of Disco
(1998).Contents1 Plot 2 Themes 3 Cast 4 Production 5 Reception 6 Awards and honors 7 References 8 External linksPlot[edit] Shot on location in Manhattan
Manhattan
and Long Island, the film depicts the lives of young, well-educated upper-class New Yorkers (or, as one character calls them, the "urban haute bourgeoisie") home on winter break from their first year of college during debutante ball season. Middle-class Princeton student Tom Townsend, an admirer of Charles Fourier's socialism, attends a dress ball one evening on a whim
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Metropolitan (1935 Film)
Metropolitan is a 1935 back-stage drama film interlaced with songs and musical segments from opera. Directed by Ryszard Bolesławski (credited as Richard Boleslawski), it featured the famous baritone Lawrence Tibbett
Lawrence Tibbett
(in his penultimate movie role), with Virginia Bruce
Virginia Bruce
as his leading lady
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Metropolitan (band)
Metropolitan are an American four-piece indie rock group from Washington, D.C.. Metropolitan began as a collaboration between guitarists John Masters and Aidan Coughlan in late 1998, and they recorded and released their debut record, "Side Effects," in 1999. After undergoing several lineup changes since the group's incarnation, Metropolitan became a trio: Saadat Awan and Shyam Telikicherla joined the group. John, Shyam and Saadat played their first gig together in January 2001, and since then have shared the stage with numerous groups across numerous states, including the Dismemberment Plan, the Brian Jonestown Massacre, Bardo Pond, Tristeza, Gogogo Airheart, Wolf Colonel, The Bravery, The Rosebuds, Shout Out Louds, and Bis. Metropolitan released their second full-length album, "Down For You Is Up," in March 2002
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Nemo (American Band)
Nemo was an American indie rock band formed in Brooklyn, New York in 2002[1] by Luke McCartney & Dennis Tyhacz. The band took their name from the character Captain Nemo
Captain Nemo
in the novel 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea. Their debut album Signs of Life was released in June 2004 on Binge Records. The album was notable for its blend of new wave, ethereal acoustic sounds, and inspired indie rock
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The Metropolitan Theatre
The Metropolitan Theatre was a West End music hall and theatre located at 267 Edgware Road, Paddington, London.[1][2] The original building on this site, the "White Lion Inn" dated from 1524.[1] In 1836, this was rebuilt to become "Turnham's Grand Concert Hall".[3] In 1862 rebuilding commenced again, at a cost of £25,000, ending in 1864 with an increased capacity of 2000[1] and a new name of "The Metropolitan Music Hall".[2] It was redesigned in 1896 by the theatre architect Frank Matcham
Frank Matcham
with a new and enlarged stage, new dressing rooms and a new auditorium seating 1,855; it opened in 1897 as "The Metropolitan Theatre".[1][2][3] The theatre eventually became a television studio and was in use until it was demolished in 1964.[2] References[edit]^ a b c d London
London
Theatres and Music Halls 1850-1950, Diana Howard, The Library Association, 1970, p
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Metropolitan State University
Metropolitan State University, commonly referred to as Metro State, is a four-year public university in the Twin Cities of Minnesota, United States. It is a member of the Minnesota
Minnesota
State Colleges and Universities system.[4]Contents1 History1.1 University presidents2 Academic profile 3 Demographics 4 Student accommodations 5 Library 6 Notable alumni 7 See also 8 References 9 External linksHistory[edit] The institution was founded in 1971 as Minnesota
Minnesota
Metropolitan State College with a mission to educate non-traditional students from the Twin Cities metropolitan area whose needs were not served by other existing institutions like the University of Minnesota.[5] David E. Sweet was appointed the university's first president[6] and the school admitted the first class of 50 students in 1972 on a rented building located in Minneapolis. When Metropolitan State began, it was a college for working adults
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Metropolitan Area Network
A metropolitan area network (MAN) is a computer network that interconnects users with computer resources in a geographic area or region larger than that covered by even a large local area network (LAN) but smaller than the area covered by a wide area network (WAN). The term MAN is applied to the interconnection of networks in a city into a single larger network which may then also offer efficient connection to a wide area network. It is also used to mean the interconnection of several local area networks in a metropolitan area through the use of point-to-point connections between them
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