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Quentalia veca

''Quentalia veca'' is a moth in the Bombycidae family. It was described by Druce in 1887. It is found in Panama. read more

Veca Airlines

VECA Airlines (''Vuelos Economicos de Centro America'') is a Salvadoran airline owned by Sociedad Hasgar S.A. de C.V. and is El Salvador's flag carrier established in early 2014 in San Salvador. The main airline hub is located in San Salvador at Monseñor Óscar Arnulfo Romero International Airport.By the end of 2014, Alba Petroleos de El Salvador bought all outstanding shares of Sociedad Hasgar S.A. de C.V..==History==The airline started operations on 28 November 2014 with regional services to major... read more

Mark Dean Veca

Mark Dean Veca is an American artist (born 1963) based in Brooklyn, New York. He creates paintings, drawings and large-scale installations.== Biography ==Mark Dean Veca was born in Shreveport, Louisiana, and received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles in 1985.Veca has exhibited throughout the United States, Europe, and Japan at institutions such as the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, PS 1 Contemporary Art Center, the Brooklyn Museum, the Bronx Museum of... read more

Csaba Vastag

Csaba Vastag (born in Budapest on 11 February 1982) is a Hungarian musician, who won the first ever series of the Hungarian ''X-Faktor'' in 2010. (in Hungarian)==Early years==Csaba is one of three brothers, the others being Balázs and Tamás. At age 11 he became an acrobatic rock and roll dancer, and later became lead singer of rock band touring several European countries. In 2000 he graduated from Veszprém Secondary School and enrolled in Veszprém's University of Pannonia (Pannon Egyetem university).... read more

Hungary in the Eurovision Song Contest 2013

Hungary participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 in Malmö, Sweden. The Hungarian entry was selected through a national selection format titled again "A Dal" (which means "The Song"), consisting of three heats, two semi-finals and a final, organised by the Hungarian broadcaster MTVA. ByeAlex represented Hungary with the song "Kedvesem", which qualified from the second semi-final of the competition and finished in 10th place in the final, scoring 84 points.==A Dal 2013 (The Song 2013)==On... read more

List of airlines of El Salvador

This is a list of airlines operating in El Salvador. Taca Airlines was the major airline and flag Carrier of El Salvador. In 2013 Taca Airlines merged with Colombian flag carrier Avianca. Comalapa International Airport is still one of Avianca's hubs connecting North America, South America, the Caribbean and parts of Europe like Spain. Veca Airlines is El Salvador's flag carrier. read more

Hungarian pop

Hungarian pop is the pop music scene of Hungary. It is often associated with Rezső Seress's song ''Gloomy Sunday'' which was covered by numerous artists. The most notable artists include Kati Kovács, Zsuzsa Koncz, Locomotiv GT, Omega (band), Neoton Família. Among the new talents are Kállay Saunders and Linda Király.===1930s===One of the early acts is associated with Rezső Seress who composed the world wide hit ''Gloomy Sunday'' while living in Paris, in an attempt to become established as... read more

Dead Space Original Soundtrack

The ''Dead Space Original Soundtrack'' is the official soundtrack album to the 2008 survival horror video game ''Dead Space''. Released on November 11, 2008 by Electronic Arts, the album features 17 tracks from the game composed by Jason Graves. The soundtrack was compiled from over three hours of music from the game, performed by the Northwest Sinfonia and the Skywalker Symphony Orchestra and recorded at Bastyr Chapel and Skywalker Sound Scoring Stage in Redwood Shores, California.==Composition... read more

Italian Association for Political Philosophy

The Società Italiana di Filosofia Politica (English: Italian Association for Political Philosophy) is an association of academic and non-academic practitioners of political philosophy in Italy. The association's aim is to further the study of political philosophy in its various orientations and to promote dialogue among Italian and other intellectual communities of scholars interested in the current debate in political philosophy.The Association was founded in 2001 by a number of philosophers,... read more

Pooh & The Inspirations

Pooh & The Inspirations is an American traditional gospel music quartet.== Career ==Pooh and The Inspirations are a Billboard charting,, 2004 Stellar Award, Texas Gospel Music Excellence Award (TGMEA, Soul Train Music Award nominated and Chosen Voice Awards winning gospel recording group from Tampa, FL, and are regarded as the sons of gospel in the genre of black quartet gospel music. The band is signed to Veca Records under the direction of Creed Warner. The group is managed by The Madizon Jones... read more

Aerolíneas de El Salvador

Aerolíneas de El Salvador or AESA was a Salvadoran airline formed after the merging of TAES and TACA El Salvador, both domestic airlines using Dakota YS-53-C.A small collection of Douglas C-47 and DC-3 were Aerolíneas de El Salvador's main fleet.The airline was merged to TACA international.-TACA airline. El Salvador. Is the known flag carrier airline of Central America which has the code IATA that is operating on its own. It took its start in 1931 and has the main hub at El Salvador International... read more

Road Rash II

''Road Rash II'' is the second game in the motorcycle-racing video game series by Electronic Arts. It was released for the Sega Genesis. It is based heavily on the engine and sprites of the first game. ''Road Rash II'' introduced several new features to the series, including bikes with nitrous oxide injection and varied weapons.==Overview==The races took place in the U.S. states of Alaska, Hawaii, Tennessee, Arizona, and Vermont, on progressively longer two-lane roads. Races would be won by placing... read more

Brisk (beverage)

Brisk is a tea and juice brand managed by the Pepsi Lipton Partnership, a joint venture formed in 1991 between PepsiCo and Unilever. In 2012, PepsiCo announced Brisk had surpassed $1 billion in annual revenue, making it one of the 22 billion-dollar PepsiCo brands.== History ==Prior to being reformulated Brisk contained approximately 44 grams (11 teaspoons) of sugars per 16-ounce can. Since being reformulated with sucralose, the amount of sugars has been reduced in most varieties by approximately... read more

The Ben Maltz Gallery at the Otis College of Art and Design is an art space in Los Angeles, California.==Overview==It presents group and solo exhibitions in a variety of media. The main focus is showcasing contemporary art that pushes the boundaries of form and subject matter in the context of national and international programming. Serving the local art community, the public, and Otis students and faculty, it presents emerging and established Los Angeles talent as well as international artists.Originally... read more

Synagogue of El Transito

The Synagogue of El Transito () is a historic building in Toledo, Spain. It is famous for its rich stucco decoration, which bears comparison with the Alcazar of Seville and the Alhambra palaces in Granada. It was founded as a synagogue by Samuel ha-Levi Abulafia, Treasurer to Peter of Castile, in about 1356. The founder was a member of a family that had served the Castilian kings for several generations and included kabbalists and Torah scholars such as Meir and Todros Abulafia, and another Todros... read more


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