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Tales of Destiny 2

is a Japanese role-playing video game, co-developed by Wolfteam and Telenet Japan, and published by Namco. It is the fourth main entry in the ''Tales'' series of video games, and a direct sequel to 1997's ''Tales of Destiny''. It released on PlayStation 2 (PS2) in November 2002 in Japan, March 2003 in South Korea and August 2003 in China. The overseas versions were published by Sony Computer Entertainment. An updated port for the PlayStation Portable (PSP), developed by Alfa System, was released... read more

Onimusha 2: Samurai's Destiny

''Onimusha 2: Samurai's Destiny'', released in Japan as , is an action-adventure game developed and released by Capcom for the PlayStation 2. It is the second installment in the ''Onimusha'' series of video games released in May 2002. Set in ancient Japan, the plot revolves around a new protagonist, Jubei Yagyu, who is on a quest of revenge as he battles a demon army led by Nobunaga Oda, a sinister warlord who eliminated the Yagyu clan. Across his quest, Jubei learns of his oni heritage which grants... read more

Outpost 2: Divided Destiny

''Outpost 2: Divided Destiny'' is a real-time strategy computer game developed by Dynamix, released in 1997 by Sierra Entertainment. It reuses and refines some of the concepts from the original ''Outpost'', but there is no direct continuity between the storylines or the gameplay.== Storyline ==The plot is revealed through a combination of the game's mission briefings and a novella which was written by J. Steven York and included with the game. The novella follows two characters: Axen Moon of Eden,... read more

Fighters Destiny

''Fighters Destiny'', known in Japan as is a video game developed by Genki and published by Imagineer for the Nintendo 64. It closely models the 3D fighting game standard set by Sega's ''Virtua Fighter'', but integrates a unique point scoring system. The game's generic characters and unoriginal presentation have been panned by critics, but reviewers praise its point system and consider it to be one of the best fighting games on the Nintendo 64. It was followed by a sequel ''Fighter Destiny 2''.==Gameplay==In... read more

Destiny (Janáček)

''Destiny'' (also known as ''Fate'', ) is an opera in three acts by Leoš Janáček to a Czech libretto by the composer and Fedora Bartošová. Janáček began the work in 1903 and completed it in 1907. The inspiration for the opera came from a visit by Janáček in the summer of 1903, after the death of his daughter Olga, to the spa at Luhačovice. There, Janáček met Kamila Urválková, who had been the subject of an opera by Ludvík Čelanský, ''Kamila'', where she felt that Čelanský had... read more

Destiny Williams

Destiny Williams also known as clifhanger is an American basketball forward for the Baylor Lady Bears.Nationally ranked as the No. 8 senior according to ESPN HoopGurlzhttp://www.hoopgurlz.com/player/destiny-williams Williams attended the Nike Skills Regional Academy in 2007.===Baylor Lady Bears===Destiny transferred from Illinois and has enrolled at Baylor. Won a national championship with Baylor during the 2011-12 season.====2009-10====As a McDonald's All-America selection, she is the first Illinois... read more

Destiny Clark

Destiny Joy Clark is an American singer, songwriter, and beauty pageant titleholder from Gaithersburg, Maryland, who was crowned Miss Maryland 2015. She competed for the Miss America 2016 title in September 2015.===Early pageants===In October 2014, Clark was selected as a state finalist in Maryland's Miss USA pageant system. After raising the $995 entry fee through a GoFundMe campaign, Clark competed in the 2015 Miss Maryland USA pageant held October 31–November 2, 2014. She was named was fourth... read more

Destiny Cable

Destiny Cable (formerly Global Destiny Cable and stylized as DESTINY CABLE) is a direct-to-home cable television subscription service based in Quezon City. Destiny Cable is the 2nd largest cable TV provider in the Philippines. It is owned by Sky Cable Corporation.==History==In January 1995, the Philippines’ commission attached to the Department of Transportation and Communications, the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) granted a certificate of public convenience and necessity with provisional... read more

Destiny Rose

''Destiny Rose'' is a Filipino drama series broadcast by GMA Network starring Ken Chan, Katrina Halili and Fabio Ide. It premiered on September 14, 2015 replacing ''Healing Hearts'' on the network's GMA Afternoon Prime afternoon block, and worldwide aired via GMA Pinoy TV on September 15, 2015.http://www.gmanetwork.com/entertainment/gma/articles/2015-08-18/18388/Ken-Chan-bibida-bilang-isang-transwoman-sa-Destiny-Rose?ref=showbiznews&item=2 The show ended on March 11, 2016 replaced by ''The Millionaire's... read more

Destiny Fulfilled

''Destiny Fulfilled'' is the fourth and final GirlCater 2 Ustudio album by American R&B trio R&BDestiny's Child . It was released on November 10, 2004 in by R&BDestiny's ChildColumbia Records and R&BDestiny's ChildColumbia RecordsSony Urban Music . A comeback release, it marked the return of Destiny's Child after the group went into hiatus, which allowed each member to release solo albums. Unlike their previous material, this record saw each member equally contributing to the songwriting... read more

Destiny (horse)

Destiny (1833 – after 1852) was a British Thoroughbred racehorse and broodmare who won the classic 1000 Guineas at Newmarket Racecourse in 1836. In a racing career which lasted from September 1835 until April 1837, the filly raced eleven times and won three times. Destiny's only competitive victories came at the First Spring meeting at Newmarket in 1836, when she won a Sweepstakes and the 1000 Guineas: her only other success was a walkover at Lincoln Racecourse that autumn. Although she finished... read more

Destiny Unbound

"," debuted , is a song written by Mike Gordon for Phish. It has only been played live 39 times in Phish's 30-year history: seven times in 1990, 22 times in 1991, once in 2003 (a show that is documented on Live Phish: 2-28-03), and nine times since the band's reunion in 2009. == Song retirement ==Early versions of the song slightly changed beats but mostly kept to the original form. Then, after , the band did not play "Destiny Unbound" for over a decade. It isn't exactly clear why the band dropped... read more

Saori@destiny

Saori@destiny (born June 10, year unknown) is a Japanese electronica artist, who was produced by Terukado Ōnishi during her time as a major-label artist, who also produces Aira Mitsuki. She made her independent debut on December 5, 2007 with the single "My Boy" and has released two studio albums and two mini-albums to date, named ''Japanese Chaos'', ''Wow War Techno'', ''World Wild 2010'' and "Domestic Domain".==Background==Saori began her musical career by performing street lives in Akihabara.... read more

JLA: Destiny

''JLA: Destiny'' is a comic book mini-series that was published by DC Comics in 2002. Its writer was John Arcudi and its artist was Tom Mandrake. The series ran for four issues.The series was created as part of DC's ''Elseworlds'' line. This series was based on characters from the Justice League of America but featured them in a setting where Batman and Superman had never existed.==Issue 1==The series opens with a flashback to the Human Bomb blowing up a hotel and killing the United States Cabinet... read more

Destiny USA

Destiny USA, previously known as the Carousel Center from 1990-2012, is a six-story super-regional shopping and entertainment complex on the shore of Onondaga Lake in Onondaga LakeSyracuse, New York . It is the sixth largest shopping center in the nation, and the largest in the state of New York. The anchors and junior anchors include Onondaga LakeSyracuse, New YorkJCPenney , Onondaga LakeSyracuse, New YorkJCPenneyMacy's , Onondaga LakeSyracuse, New YorkJCPenneyMacy'sLord & Taylor , Onondaga... read more

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