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  2. Manifest (TV series) - Wikipedia

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    Original release. September 24, 2018. ( 2018-09-24) –. present. Manifest is an American supernatural drama television series created by Jeff Rake that premiered on September 24, 2018, on NBC. It centers on the passengers and crew of a commercial airliner who suddenly reappear after being presumed dead for five and a half years.

  3. Saved! ‘Manifest’ Renewed by Netflix After Shocking Cancelation

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    Celebrities Who Are Loving ‘Manifest’ Amid Renewal Talks. Netflix announced the drama’s return on Saturday, August 28, after more than two months of fans campaigning for the series to return ...

  4. Manifest (transportation) - Wikipedia

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    Manifest (transportation) A manifest, customs manifest or cargo document is a document listing the cargo, passengers, and crew of a ship, aircraft, or vehicle, for the use of customs and other officials. Where such a list is limited to identifying passengers, it is a passenger manifest or passenger list or bag manifest; conversely, a list ...

  5. Manifest! - Wikipedia

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    Genre. Indie pop, indie rock. Length. 38:33. Label. Fat Possum /Lucky Number. Producer. Samantha Urbani, Oliver Duncan, Lesley Hann, Matthew Molnar, Nikki Shapiro. Manifest! is the only album from American band Friends, released in June 2012 on the Fat Possum label in the United States and on the Lucky Number label in Europe.

  6. Manifest - Wikipedia

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    Manifest (convention), a defunct anime festival in Melbourne, Australia. Manifest (urban arts festival), put on by Columbia College Chicago, in Illinois, US.

  7. Manifest (convention) - Wikipedia

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    Melbourne Anime Festival, colloquially known as " Manifest ", was a three-day fan convention held in Melbourne, Australia. It focused on the art of anime and manga, East Asian culture, and its associated fandoms. Manifest was held at the Parkville campus of the University of Melbourne until 2009, when it moved to the Melbourne Showgrounds.

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