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马琳 vs 张继科 China Trials for Rotterdam 2011 WTTC
5 Apr 2018
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TRIBUTE TO FRAKES 2011
22 Apr 2018
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Burn Notice wacky times with Lizzie Sam and Coby Bell.
14 Apr 2018
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This report studies Trimmer in Global market, especially in North America, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia and India, with production, revenue, consumption, import and export in these regions, from 2011 to 2016, and forecast to 2020. The GAGR of Trimmer industry is 3.2% for five years. Trimmer industry of the United States, Europe, Japan, and China accounts for 38% of the global consumer market share. Meanwhile, as the market of Trimmer industry tends to be saturated in economic developed regions and the consumer market in the region of emerging economies such as China, India, Brazil, etc is on the rise, the demand for Trimmer industry will increase unceasingly. Among them, the average output growth rate of Trimmer industry in China is 3.4%. Besides, our analysts believe that it will increase rapidly with an average growth rate of 3.8% (5 years) in the next 5 years. By Regions, this report covers North America,China,Europe,Japan,Other. In a word, the report provides major statistics on the state of the industry and is a valuable source of guidance and direction for companies and individuals interested in the market.
26 Mar 2018
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"Frozen Rose" a short film directed by Marc Nadal. Year: 2011. Drama. Cast: Jesús Sesma, Alba Ferrara and Christian Guiriguet. Plot: The passage of time and monotony, a marriage between opposite ends to create an unbridgeable distance. He has formed a stable life and hates his wife repeatedly and fight with all means at its disposal to change. A struggle of resistance that creates terrible situations.
28 Mar 2018
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"The letter" a short film directed by Marc Nadal. Year: 2011. Drama. Cast: Núria Molina, Laia Nosàs. Director of Photography / Camera Operator: Francesco Tavolaro. Camera Assistant: Carlos Wong. Electrical: Itxaso Iparraguirre. A farewell message, a misunderstanding, a break. A short film about the separation of a couple. Festivales y menciones del cortometraje: Finalista en FILMING AGANST VIOLENCE, de la Mostra FIRE!! de Barcelona. Sección Oficial del 5º Festival Cortos Rodinia (España). Sección Oficial de la 1era Muestra Internacional de Cortometraje Cúcara Mácara (México). Seleccionado en la 11ª Muestra Internacional "Video Jujuy Cortos 2012″ (Argentina). Sección Oficial del festival "Festival de cine" de Sant Vicenç de Castellet. Seleccionado para la Muestra internacional, nacional y local "Una Mirada en Corto" de Tuxpan (México). Seleccionado para la muestra en el Cine Club Aula Clavijero "Una Mirada en Corto" de Xalapa (México). Proyectado en el cine fórum de la Associació Lgtb Talcomsom.
28 Mar 2018
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"Marionetas" cortometraje dirigido por Marc Nadal. Año: 2011. Drama. Formato: 16 mm. Protagonizado por las actrices: Mireia Payret y Tamara Casellas. Director de Fotografía: Raúl Soriano. Dos marionetas son abandonadas por su titiritero, quedan inútiles, nadie mueve sus cuerdas, pero quizás consigan las fuerzas para moverse por ellas mismas. Festivales y menciones del cortometraje: Sección Oficial XVIII International TV Festival Bar 2013. Sección Oficial 6to Festival de Cine Imagen de los Pueblos. Sección Oficial del X Festival Internacional de Cinema Solidari (España). Sección Oficial Internacional de la IV Muestra Ernesto Esteban Etchenique (Argentina) Sección Oficial de Rodando Film Festival San Luis Potosí. Sección Oficial de Cine a las calles (México). Sección Oficial VIº Festival 4 minutos en corto. Sección Oficial del Festival Internacional de Cortometrajes del Uruguay FICU 2013. Sección Oficial 5to Festival Internacional de Cine Lanterna México. Sección Oficial Multifest 2013. Sección Oficial III ValetudoDVD-Ven y Estrénate en Seminci (España). Sección Oficial ValetudoDVD-Ven y Estrénate en FICXixón (España). Sección Oficial festival Cuenca del Salado 2013. Sección Oficial del Fantàstik 2013, II Concurso de cine fantástico y de terror. Sección Oficial del festival internacional El Cine en la Cumbre, Tajín (México, 2013). Seleccionado en “Miradas de Cine Itinerante“ de Facultad de Arquitectura (México) 2013. Seleccionado en el 8º festival de Cine Inusual de Buenos Aires. Foco "Marc Nadal". Seleccionado en la Muestra Internacional Guayana en Cortos 2013 (Venezuela). Muestra en el Cine Club Aula Clavijero "Una Mirada en Corto" de Xalapa (México). Muestra internacional, nacional y local "Una Mirada en Corto" de Tuxpan (México). Proyectado en el cine fórum de la Associació Lgtb Talcomsom.
28 Mar 2018
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Crysis 3 – Crytek - EA – Electronic Arts – Director Cevat Yerli - Designers Adam Duckett – Producer Joe Moulding - Microsoft Windows – Xbox 360 - Xbox One X – Xbox One – Esports - CryEngine 3 – Gamescom – E3 – Tokyo Game Show – Brazil Game Show Crysis 3 is a first-person shooter video game developed by Crytek and published by Electronic Arts for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360. Officially announced 16 April 2012, it is the third main installment of the Crysis series, a sequel to the 2011 video game Crysis 2. The multiplayer portion of the game was developed by Crytek UK. Set in the year 2047, the game takes place in post-apocalyptic New York City, which has been encased in a giant Nanodome created by the corrupt CELL corporation, and turned into a veritable urban rainforest. Crysis 3's story revolves around Alcatraz, Prophet's successor, and a Nanosuit holder who is on a quest to take revenge on the Alpha Ceph, the leader of the Ceph alien race, with the help of Prophet's former comrade, Psycho. The game's story serves as the end of the Crysis trilogy. Gameplay revolves around the use of the Nanosuit, which grants players a variety of abilities such as being invisible. New features introduced in Crysis 3 include a new Nanosuit ability called "Rip & Throw", a new compound bow and the "hacking" feature, which allows players to hack into enemies' equipment, drones, and automated security defenses. Crysis 3 was met with positive reception after its release. Praise was directed at the game's level design, visuals and multiplayer, while it was criticised for its story and length. With a budget of $66 million, the game sold 205,000 copies in its debut month, and became a commercial failure for Electronic Arts. The game was later included in The Crysis Trilogy, a bundle released on 20 February 2014.
3 Apr 2018
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Crysis 3 – Crytek - EA – Electronic Arts – Director Cevat Yerli - Designers Adam Duckett – Producer Joe Moulding - Microsoft Windows - Xbox 360 - Xbox One X – Xbox One – Esports - CryEngine 3 – Gamescom – E3 – Tokyo Game Show – Brazil Game Show Crysis 3 is a first-person shooter video game developed by Crytek and published by Electronic Arts for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360. Officially announced 16 April 2012, it is the third main installment of the Crysis series, a sequel to the 2011 video game Crysis 2. The multiplayer portion of the game was developed by Crytek UK. Set in the year 2047, the game takes place in post-apocalyptic New York City, which has been encased in a giant Nanodome created by the corrupt CELL corporation, and turned into a veritable urban rainforest. Crysis 3's story revolves around Alcatraz, Prophet's successor, and a Nanosuit holder who is on a quest to take revenge on the Alpha Ceph, the leader of the Ceph alien race, with the help of Prophet's former comrade, Psycho. The game's story serves as the end of the Crysis trilogy. Gameplay revolves around the use of the Nanosuit, which grants players a variety of abilities such as being invisible. New features introduced in Crysis 3 include a new Nanosuit ability called "Rip & Throw", a new compound bow and the "hacking" feature, which allows players to hack into enemies' equipment, drones, and automated security defenses. Crysis 3 was met with positive reception after its release. Praise was directed at the game's level design, visuals and multiplayer, while it was criticised for its story and length. With a budget of $66 million, the game sold 205,000 copies in its debut month, and became a commercial failure for Electronic Arts. The game was later included in The Crysis Trilogy, a bundle released on 20 February 2014.
3 Apr 2018
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Crysis 3 – Crytek - EA – Electronic Arts – Director Cevat Yerli - Designers Adam Duckett – Producer Joe Moulding - Microsoft Windows - Xbox 360 - Xbox One X – Xbox One – Esports - CryEngine 3 – Gamescom – E3 – Tokyo Game Show – Brazil Game Show Crysis 3 is a first-person shooter video game developed by Crytek and published by Electronic Arts for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360. Officially announced 16 April 2012, it is the third main installment of the Crysis series, a sequel to the 2011 video game Crysis 2. The multiplayer portion of the game was developed by Crytek UK. Set in the year 2047, the game takes place in post-apocalyptic New York City, which has been encased in a giant Nanodome created by the corrupt CELL corporation, and turned into a veritable urban rainforest. Crysis 3's story revolves around Alcatraz, Prophet's successor, and a Nanosuit holder who is on a quest to take revenge on the Alpha Ceph, the leader of the Ceph alien race, with the help of Prophet's former comrade, Psycho. The game's story serves as the end of the Crysis trilogy. Gameplay revolves around the use of the Nanosuit, which grants players a variety of abilities such as being invisible. New features introduced in Crysis 3 include a new Nanosuit ability called "Rip & Throw", a new compound bow and the "hacking" feature, which allows players to hack into enemies' equipment, drones, and automated security defenses. Crysis 3 was met with positive reception after its release. Praise was directed at the game's level design, visuals and multiplayer, while it was criticised for its story and length. With a budget of $66 million, the game sold 205,000 copies in its debut month, and became a commercial failure for Electronic Arts. The game was later included in The Crysis Trilogy, a bundle released on 20 February 2014.
4 Apr 2018
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Crysis 3 – Crytek - EA – Electronic Arts – Director Cevat Yerli - Designers Adam Duckett – Producer Joe Moulding - Microsoft Windows - Xbox 360 - Xbox One X – Xbox One – Esports - CryEngine 3 – Gamescom – E3 – Tokyo Game Show – Brazil Game Show Crysis 3 is a first-person shooter video game developed by Crytek and published by Electronic Arts for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360. Officially announced 16 April 2012, it is the third main installment of the Crysis series, a sequel to the 2011 video game Crysis 2. The multiplayer portion of the game was developed by Crytek UK. Set in the year 2047, the game takes place in post-apocalyptic New York City, which has been encased in a giant Nanodome created by the corrupt CELL corporation, and turned into a veritable urban rainforest. Crysis 3's story revolves around Alcatraz, Prophet's successor, and a Nanosuit holder who is on a quest to take revenge on the Alpha Ceph, the leader of the Ceph alien race, with the help of Prophet's former comrade, Psycho. The game's story serves as the end of the Crysis trilogy. Gameplay revolves around the use of the Nanosuit, which grants players a variety of abilities such as being invisible. New features introduced in Crysis 3 include a new Nanosuit ability called "Rip & Throw", a new compound bow and the "hacking" feature, which allows players to hack into enemies' equipment, drones, and automated security defenses. Crysis 3 was met with positive reception after its release. Praise was directed at the game's level design, visuals and multiplayer, while it was criticised for its story and length. With a budget of $66 million, the game sold 205,000 copies in its debut month, and became a commercial failure for Electronic Arts. The game was later included in The Crysis Trilogy, a bundle released on 20 February 2014.
4 Apr 2018
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Crysis 3 – Crytek - EA – Electronic Arts – Director Cevat Yerli - Designers Adam Duckett – Producer Joe Moulding - Microsoft Windows - Xbox 360 - Xbox One X – Xbox One – Esports - CryEngine 3 – Gamescom – E3 – Tokyo Game Show – Brazil Game Show Crysis 3 is a first-person shooter video game developed by Crytek and published by Electronic Arts for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360. Officially announced 16 April 2012, it is the third main installment of the Crysis series, a sequel to the 2011 video game Crysis 2. The multiplayer portion of the game was developed by Crytek UK. Set in the year 2047, the game takes place in post-apocalyptic New York City, which has been encased in a giant Nanodome created by the corrupt CELL corporation, and turned into a veritable urban rainforest. Crysis 3's story revolves around Alcatraz, Prophet's successor, and a Nanosuit holder who is on a quest to take revenge on the Alpha Ceph, the leader of the Ceph alien race, with the help of Prophet's former comrade, Psycho. The game's story serves as the end of the Crysis trilogy. Gameplay revolves around the use of the Nanosuit, which grants players a variety of abilities such as being invisible. New features introduced in Crysis 3 include a new Nanosuit ability called "Rip & Throw", a new compound bow and the "hacking" feature, which allows players to hack into enemies' equipment, drones, and automated security defenses. Crysis 3 was met with positive reception after its release. Praise was directed at the game's level design, visuals and multiplayer, while it was criticised for its story and length. With a budget of $66 million, the game sold 205,000 copies in its debut month, and became a commercial failure for Electronic Arts. The game was later included in The Crysis Trilogy, a bundle released on 20 February 2014.
4 Apr 2018
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