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Spider-Man: Toxic City

''Spider-Man: Toxic City'' is an action game designed for mobile phone. The game was developed by Gameloft and published by Marvel comics.There are a total of 13 missions in which there are 4 bonus stages. In the game there are many collectibles, like golden spiders (to increase power, health, endurance meter) and golden heart (to fill health). In addition there are comic collections during the gameplay. There is also suit selection for Spiderman in which he can play with his original as well as... read more

City of Man

The ''City of Man'' was a re-branding campaign aimed to improve the image of Manila, the capital of the Philippines. The name was in reference to a shortened version of the name of Manila, and the campaign was launched by the Governor of Metro Manila and the former first lady of the Philippines Imelda Marcos to reshape the city with an eye to world tourism, commerce and economic power and development. Under her campaign, several urban projects were undertaken to make Manila the world's center of... read more

Man from Canyon City

''Man from Canyon City'' ( , ) is a 1965 Spanish-Italian Spaghetti Western film directed by Alfonso Balcázar.==External links==Category:Films directed by Alfonso Balcázar read more

MAN Lion's City

ORN Lion’s City G at westside of Mainz Mainstation.The MAN Lion's City is a city bus built by the German truck and bus manufacturer MAN Truck & Bus (previously MAN Nutzfahrzeuge) since 1996.It has a 6-cylinder turbocharged straight engine which runs on diesel, compressed natural gas or liquefied petroleum gas. Versions with hydrogen fuel cellhttp://www.netinform.de/H2/H2Mobility/H2MobilityMain.aspx?ID=257&CATID=2 drive and with hydrogen internal combustion engineshttp://www.netinform.net/H2/H2Mobility/H2MobilityMain.aspx?ID=250&CATID=2... read more

The Man and the City

''The Man and the City'' is a dramatic television series which was aired on the ABC television network as part of its Fall 1971 lineup from September 15, 1971 to January 5, 1972.''The Man and the City'' stars the well-known Hollywood actor Anthony Quinn as Thomas Jefferson Alcala, the long-term Hispanic mayor of a major but unidentified city in the Southwestern United States (location shooting was done in Albuquerque, New Mexico). Quinn's WASP deputy, Andy Hays, was portrayed by Mike Farrell. Hays'... read more

Old Man River's City project

R. Buckminster Fuller stands in front of a depiction of his domed city design at its first public showing at a community meeting in East St. Louis, Illinois.The Old Man River's City project was an architectural design created by Buckminster Fuller in 1971. Fuller was asked to design the structure by the city of East St. Louis. Old Man's River City would have been a truly massive housing project for the city's 70,000 residents. The total capacity of the building, a circular multi-terraced dome, would... read more

Man 2 Man

Man 2 Man (also known as Man to Man) were an American Hi-NRG band from New York City, that formed in the early 1980s. They were best known for their hit singles "Male Stripper", "Energy Is Eurobeat" and "I Need a Man".==History: The Fast==The Fast is an American glam/punk band formed in New York City in the mid 1970s by brothers Paul Zone, Miki Zone, and Mandy Zone.In 1975, The Fast was an integral/influential part of the Max's Kansas City/CBGB scene alongside Blondie and the Ramones, with their... read more

Man Equals Man

''Man Equals Man'' (), or A Man's a Man, is a play by the German modernist playwright Bertolt Brecht. One of Brecht's earlier works, it explores themes of war, human fungibility, and identity.Not only was the play the first to emerge after Brecht's move from Munich to Berlin, but it was also the first to be produced by what came to be known as 'the Brecht collective':As with his earlier ''In the Jungle'' (1923), which was set in Chicago, Brecht locates the drama in what was for his German audience... read more

Man After Man

''Man After Man: An Anthropology of the Future'' (1990, ISBN 0-312-03560-8) is a speculative book written by Scottish geologist Dougal Dixon and illustrated by Philip Hood. The theme of the book is a hypothetical exploration of the possibilities of the future evolution of humans.Unlike his previous two books, his story context focuses on individuals rather than entire species, even giving them human names.According to Dixon, he did not want to be involved in the book to begin with, and his original... read more

A Man Walks in the City

''A Man Walks in the City'' (French:''Un homme marche dans la ville'') is a 1950 French drama film directed by Marcello Pagliero and starring Jean-Pierre Kérien, Ginette Leclerc and Robert Dalban.Goble p.800The film's sets were designed by the art director Maurice Colasson.== External links ==Category:Films directed by Marcello Pagliero read more

Man, Phagwara

Man is a village in Phagwara Tehsil in Kapurthala district of Punjab State, India. It is located from Kapurthala, from Phagwara. The village is administrated by a sarpanch, an elected representative of the village.Nearby cities include Phagwara, Jandiala, JalandharPandhillaur.== Transport ==Rail: Close to the village are Phagwara Junction and Mauli Halt railway stations. Jalandhar City railway station is 23km away from Man.Air: The nearest airporst is Ludhiana Airport, 40km distant in the city... read more

Sax man

Maurice Reedus Jr., better known as the Sax Man, is an American saxophone player and street performer based in Cleveland, Ohio. For more than 17 years, Reedus has played an alto saxophone outside Playhouse Square and Cleveland sporting events. A documentary about his life and career, ''The Sax Man'', directed by Joe Siebert, premiered at the 2014 Cleveland International Film Festival.In 2013, Reedus received two tickets from police for playing without a license or a permit, which prompted City Councilman... read more

Brick Man

''Brick Man'' was an Antony Gormley sculpture proposed for the city of Leeds, West Yorkshire, England.A male human figure standing over 100 feet (30 m) high, it would have stood on a triangle of land bounded by railway lines in the Holbeck area of the city, greeting travellers arriving at Leeds railway station. It would have cost £600,000 and been the largest sculpture in the UK at the time.The sculpture was one of twenty designs produced in response to a competition to find an artwork for the site,... read more

Loyalist Man

The Loyalist Man in 2002.The Loyalist Man is an iconic sign located near the Reversing Falls in Saint John, New Brunswick. The figure as conceived of by Jim Stackhouse and painted by Ron Howard. It represents a Loyalist soldier from the American Revolution. Many of Saint John's early settlers were Loyalists. The sign was first displayed in the 1950s though it has been taken out of use on occasion. It as originally created to encourage residents to shop at local stores. In 2005 the city replaced it... read more

Dan Man

Dan Man is the stage name of Belizean entertainer Allison Hemsley. Hemsley, born in Belize City in 1973, is a local musician and composer that has led the return of local rap and dancehall music to Belizean airwaves.== Participation in 2005 protests ==In April 2005, Belizeans protested the underhanded moves by owners of local telecommunications giant Belize Telecommunications Limited (BTL) toward former investor Jeffrey Prosser. BTL workers, irate with both Prosser and then-owner Lord Michael Ashcroft,... read more

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