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  2. Vocaloid 2 - Wikipedia

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    Vocaloid 2 is a singing voice synthesizer and the successor to the Vocaloid voice synthesizer application by Yamaha.Unlike the first engine, Vocaloid 2 based its output on vocal samples, rather than voice analysis.

  3. Cub (supermarket) - Wikipedia

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    Cub is an American supermarket chain. It operates stores in Minnesota and Illinois. The company is a wholly owned subsidiary of SuperValu Inc., based in Eden Prairie, Minnesota

  4. 101 California Street shooting - Wikipedia

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    The 101 California Street Shooting was a mass shooting on July 1, 1993, in San Francisco, California.The killings sparked a number of legal and legislative actions that were precursors to the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act, H.R. 3355, 103rd Congress.

  5. Transportation in the San Francisco Bay Area - Wikipedia

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    San Francisco riders can choose from three routes (SF-San Jose-LA, SF-Oakland-LA, & SF-Sacramento-Reno). The San Francisco stop is located in front of the Caltrain Station. Other intercity bus services include California Shuttle Bus, Hoang Transportation, and USAsia.

  6. Total Recall 2070 - Wikipedia

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    Total Recall 2070 is a science fiction television series influenced by the work of Philip K. Dick.It was first broadcast in 1999 on the Canadian television channel CHCH-TV and later the same year on the American Showtime channel.

  7. St. Louis–San Francisco Railway - Wikipedia

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    The St. Louis–San Francisco Railway (reporting mark SLSF), commonly known as the "Frisco", was a railroad that operated in the Midwest and South Central United States from 1876 to April 17, 1980.

  8. Linden Lab - Wikipedia

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    Linden Research, Inc., doing business as Linden Lab, was an American technology company that is best known as the creator of Second Life. The company's head office is in San Francisco, with additional offices in Boston, Seattle, Virginia and Davis, California.

  9. Penn Central Transportation Company - Wikipedia

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    Penn Central Employee Timetable, Western Region No.5 showing frequent train annulments and retimings by General Order in the bankruptcy era. PRR and NYC came into the merger in the black, but PC's first year of operation yielded a deficit of $2.8 million ($21.8 million today).