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  2. Kronos (film) - Wikipedia

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    Kronos (a.k.a. Kronos, Destroyer of the Universe or Kronos, Ravager of Planets) is a 1957 American black-and-white science fiction film from Regal Films, a division of 20th Century-Fox, produced by Irving Block, Louis DeWitt, Kurt Neumann, and Jack Rabin, directed by Kurt Neumann, and starring Jeff Morrow and Barbara Lawrence.

  3. Kronos Incorporated - Wikipedia

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    Kronos was founded in 1977 by Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Simon Business School alumnus Mark S. Ain. Under Mark Ain's leadership, Kronos sustained one of the longest records of growth and profitability as a public company in software industry history.

  4. Kronos Quartet - Wikipedia

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    The Kronos Quartet is an American string quartet based in San Francisco. It has been in existence with a rotating membership of musicians for almost 50 years. The quartet covers a very broad range of musical genres, including contemporary classical music.

  5. List of Marvel Comics characters: K - Wikipedia

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    Kronos is an Eternal who became a cosmic entity as a result of his experiments. Krugarr. Krugarr; Publication information; Publisher: Marvel Comics: First appearance ...

  6. Chronos - Wikipedia

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    Chronos (/ ˈ k r oʊ n ɒ s /; Greek: Χρόνος, (Modern Greek: ); Meaning - "time"), also spelled Khronos or Chronus, is the personification of time in pre-Socratic philosophy and later literature.

  7. Unicru - Wikipedia

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    In August 2006, Kronos announced it had acquired Unicru. According to the Wall Street Journal, cheating on the tests, using answer keys available online, became more common during the late-2000s recession, though Kronos denies that cheating is common or significantly affects the test's validity. See also

  8. The Last Olympian - Wikipedia

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    Kronos – The former king of the Titans, bent on restoring his rule and taking revenge on the gods who deposed him. After Luke sacrifices himself to defeat Kronos, Hermes states that although Titans cannot die, any more than the gods can, Kronos' essence is hopefully spread so thin that he can never form a consciousness again let alone a body.

  9. Five crowns - Wikipedia

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    The Five Crowns, also known as the Five Heavenly Crowns, is a concept in Christian theology that pertains to various biblical references to the righteous's eventual reception of a crown after the Last Judgment.