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  2. The Walt Disney Company - Wikipedia

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    After Roy's death, Donn Tatum, who was a senior executive for 25 years and former president of Disney, became the first non-Disney family member to become CEO and chairman of the board of the company, with Card Walker, who had been with the company since 1938, becoming president of the company.

  3. Portal:Film - Wikipedia

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    The film was directed by cast member William Shatner, following two films directed by his co-star Leonard Nimoy. Shatner developed the initial storyline, in which Sybok searches for God but instead finds a devil; his primary inspiration was the phenomenon of televangelism and the high potential for fraud among its practitioners. Many involved ...

  4. Big Thunder Mountain Railroad - Wikipedia

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    While the design of the Walt Disney World version of this roller coaster was done first, Disneyland's version was the first one to open. The track layout was mirrored, placing the attraction to the right of Rivers of America, if viewed from the central hub. (In Walt Disney World, the attraction is located to the left of Rivers of America.)

  5. Fusion TV - Wikipedia

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    Fusion TV was an American pay television news and satire channel owned by Fusion Media Group, a multi-platform media company subsidiary of Univision Communications, which relied in part on the resources of its parent company's news division, Noticias Univision.

  6. The Jim Henson Company - Wikipedia

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    History 1958 to 1990. Jim and Jane Henson officially founded Muppets, Inc. on November 20, 1958, three years after Sam and Friends debuted on WRC-TV in Washington, D.C. Aside from Sam and Friends, the majority of its work until 1969 was in advertising; appearances on late-night talk shows; and short "meeting films" primarily for enterprise use, produced from 1965 to 1996.

  7. List of Cars characters - Wikipedia

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    Montgomery "Lightning" McQueen often referred to as "Lightning McQueen" (voiced by Owen Wilson in the films, Mater and the Ghostlight, the Cars video game and the last episode of Cars Toons: Tales from Radiator Springs, Keith Ferguson in all other media, Ben Rausch in Cars 3: Driven to Win) is not modeled directly after a specific make and model, although his design contains some elements ...

  8. Empty string - Wikipedia

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    Formal theory. Formally, a string is a finite, ordered sequence of characters such as letters, digits or spaces. The empty string is the special case where the sequence has length zero, so there are no symbols in the string.

  9. United States Army's Family and MWR Programs - Wikipedia

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    Objectives. Family and MWR supports combat readiness and effectiveness; supports recruitment and retention of quality personnel; provides leisure time activities, which support a quality of life commensurate with generally accepted American values; promotes and maintains the mental and physical wellbeing of authorized personnel; fosters community pride, soldier morale, and family wellness and ...