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  2. Krafton - Wikipedia

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    Krafton (Korean: 주식회사 컴퍼니 크래프톤), stylized as KRAFTON and formerly known as Bluehole, is a South Korean company that develops and distributes video games based in Bundang-gu, Seongnam.

  3. List of Super Nintendo Entertainment System games - Wikipedia

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    The Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) video game console has a library of games, which were released in plastic encased ROM cartridges.The cartridges are shaped differently for different regions; North American cartridges have a rectangular bottom with inset grooves matching protruding tabs in the console, while other regions' cartridges are narrower with a smooth curve on the front ...

  4. WestJet - Wikipedia

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    WestJet's 737 aircraft feature WestJet Connect, an in-flight entertainment system where passengers use their own mobile devices and laptops. The service includes free access to hundreds of TV shows and movies, paid access to the internet, and access to USB and 110 V power at every seat.

  5. Hawaiian Airlines - Wikipedia

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    As of July 2019, all in-flight entertainment on mainland to Hawai'i flights is available, free of charge. On April 25, 2022, Hawaiian announced an agreement with Starlink to provide free internet access for flights between the Hawai'i and the mainland, Asia, and Oceania on Airbus A330, A321neo, and upcoming Boeing 787-9 aircraft. Catering

  6. List of James Bond film locations - Wikipedia

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    With You Only Live Twice and Licence to Kill being notable exceptions, James Bond is almost always seen at the HQ of MI6 (referred to as MI7 in Dr. No) in central London.This has been the actual headquarters of MI6: the Vauxhall Cross building on the Thames from GoldenEye (1995) onwards.

  7. Happy hour - Wikipedia

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    Massachusetts was the first U.S. state to implement a statewide ban on happy hours in 1984. Several other U.S. states also have similar restrictions. The reason for each ban varies, but include to prevent drunk driving, to avoid the nuisance to neighbors from loud crowds and public drunkenness, and to discourage unhealthy consumption of a large amount of alcohol in a short time.

  8. Vocaloid - Wikipedia

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    Vocaloid (ボーカロイド, Bōkaroido) is a singing voice synthesizer software product. Its signal processing part was developed through a joint research project led by Kenmochi Hideki at the Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona, Spain, in 2000 and was not originally intended to be a full commercial project.

  9. Continental Airlines - Wikipedia

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    Entertainment was offered at each individual seat, and passengers on Boeing 777 and 757 aircraft had access to a new Audio-Video On Demand system with touch-screen controls. 767 aircraft featured older, looped-video multi-channel entertainment systems, generally with a wider programming selection than Economy Class. 767 aircraft were expected ...