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  4. Colossal Pictures - Wikipedia

    USFX (1982–96) BIG Pictures (1986–1994) Noyes and Laybourne (1991–96) Colossal Pictures (also styled as (Colossal) Pictures or (C)P) was an entertainment company [1] that developed and produced television programming, advertising, network branding, and visual effects. Colossal's work has won every major industry award, from the Clio, Emmy ...

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    The Weather Channel was founded on July 18, 1980, by television meteorologist John Coleman (who had served as a chief meteorologist at ABC owned-and-operated station WLS-TV in Chicago and as a forecaster for Good Morning America) and Frank Batten, then-president of the channel's original owner Landmark Communications (now Landmark Media Enterprises).

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    TurboTax is a software package for preparation of American income tax returns, produced by Intuit. TurboTax is a market leader in its product segment, competing with H&R Block Tax Software and TaxAct. TurboTax was developed by Michael A. Chipman of Chipsoft in 1984 and was sold to Intuit in 1993. The company has been subject of controversy over ...

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    A Google search for home espresso turns up a number of links about making good espresso at home. Hopefully there will be some useful information for you; one key point seems to be that you get what you pay for when you buy a very cheap home espresso machine. --Robert Merkel 03:46, 3 March 2006 (UTC)