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Sports Unfiltered with Dennis Miller debut on Versus
8 Nov 2007
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Chris gets hold of a camera and makes his directoral debut. Took place after the Buenos Aires show on 12-08-07.
13 Dec 2007
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http://www.evilado.com Brock Lesnar MMA debut vs Min Soo Kim (K-1) Brock Lesnar's MMA debut: Brock Lesnar made short work of his opponent in his MMA debut. Brock is a former WWE wrestling champion also rumored to be going to TNA wrestling.
6 Jan 2008
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D1 SPAS DEBUTS LIMITED-EDITION SWEETHEART OF A LOVE TUB FOR VALENTINE'S 2008 WITH ONLINE GUESSING GAME You've heard of winning a prize for guessing how many jelly beans or marbles are in a jar? Well, this Valentine's Day, Dimension One Spas is taking the idea a big step further. They've filled a hot tub with those popular heart-shaped candies, and the person who guesses the number of candied hearts inside wins a fantastical home spa! And not just any hot tub: The Love Tub is a limited-edition, candy apple-red, $20,000, state-of-the-art Amoré Bay hot tub from Dimension One Spas. The Southern California-based hot tub company is manufacturing only 100 of these "Walker Signature Series" Amoré Bay spas, created by the company's award-winning designer, Vic Walker. Contestants can enter online between now and February 29, 2008, at www.d1spas.com to try and win the sexy, candy apple-red backyard retreat.
19 May 2009
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Go to MYRIDE.COM for more car videos. The SEMA Show marks the U.S. debut of the all-new second-generation Yaris. Launched in 1999, the first generation Yaris was Toyota's best-selling model in Europe and was named the (2000) European Car of the Year. Despite having been on the market for six years, Yaris sales in Europe have increased every year.
16 Feb 2008
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Go to MYRIDE.COM for more car videos.The all-new third-generation RAV4 compact sport utility vehicle (SUV) made its U.S. debut at the 2005 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show. The next-generation RAV4 rides on an all-new platform that is significantly longer and wider, inside and out, with a roomier and more contemporary designed passenger compartment than the previous generation.
16 Feb 2008
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wonder girls to makes a debut the first anniversary
12 Jan 2011
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Jewelry Television show host, Cheryl Ells, debuts Teradora.
20 Mar 2008
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On her Dancing With The Stars debut Sabrina Bryan and her partner perform a nearly flawless execution of the ballroom dance the Cha-Cha-Cha
30 Mar 2008
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A new processor for the ultra-mobile market is Intel’s latest move to revolutionize mobility computing, from UMPCs to mobile Internet devices and even notebooks and desktops (er, “netbooks” and “net-tops”). While Atom (née Silverthorne) received its brand-new brand name recently, the family of tiny processors, which relies on 45nm technology just like the Penryn line of Core 2 Duo processors, will debut in devices on display at IDF in Shanghai in early April. It’s no secret that China has come a long way in a short time — from being a country known for manufacturing cheap products for export to being, potentially, the next great IT superpower. National Science Board figures show that in 1994 there were only seven U.S. companies doing research in China. Ten years later, that number had risen to more than 500. Gartner analysts James Popkin and Partha Iyengar wrote, in their 2007 book I.T. and the East, that the world “will witness the birth of a real IT superpower if government restrictions are loosened and the Chinese instinctive talent for entrepreneurialism continues to be encouraged.” It’s against this backdrop that the Intel Developer Forum in Shanghai, April 2 and 3, 2008, takes on extra significance. China now supplies the talent, within the country, to conduct advanced research in chip design. At this year’s IDF in Shanghai, Intel will provide an update on new technologies and features that enable devices with better performance, less power, more mobility, and lower cost.
22 Mar 2008
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A new processor for the ultra-mobile market is Intel’s latest move to revolutionize mobility computing, from UMPCs to mobile Internet devices and even notebooks and desktops (er, “netbooks” and “net-tops”). While Atom (née Silverthorne) received its brand-new brand name recently, the family of tiny processors, which relies on 45nm technology just like the Penryn line of Core 2 Duo processors, will debut in devices on display at IDF in Shanghai in early April. It’s no secret that China has come a long way in a short time — from being a country known for manufacturing cheap products for export to being, potentially, the next great IT superpower. National Science Board figures show that in 1994 there were only seven U.S. companies doing research in China. Ten years later, that number had risen to more than 500. Gartner analysts James Popkin and Partha Iyengar wrote, in their 2007 book I.T. and the East, that the world “will witness the birth of a real IT superpower if government restrictions are loosened and the Chinese instinctive talent for entrepreneurialism continues to be encouraged.” It’s against this backdrop that the Intel Developer Forum in Shanghai, April 2 and 3, 2008, takes on extra significance. China now supplies the talent, within the country, to conduct advanced research in chip design. At this year’s IDF in Shanghai, Intel will provide an update on new technologies and features that enable devices with better performance, less power, more mobility, and lower cost. If you’re not attending the event in person, be sure to follow online at Intel’s IDF pages and check in here for more video podcast coverage.
5 May 2008
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June 1st Volcom's first Comic book debuts. Interviews with the artist and highlights from the party.... filmed and produced by http://www.ZexSports.com. Hosted by ZexSports rockstars Heather Betts and Miki Black
12 Apr 2008
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http://reveew.com/odd Chris Paul finished with 35 points and 10 assists in his playoff debut as the Hornets rallied past the Mavs.
13 May 2008
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Initially makes a debut for wonder girls
23 Apr 2008
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John Kapon, the president and auction director of Acker Merrall and Condit, speaks with reporter Dennis Eng about the wine merchant's debut auction in Hong Kong today.
9 Feb 2009
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Guitar Hero: World Tour for Nintendo Wii, Ps2, Ps3, Xbox360- Generic Debut Trailer
17 Jun 2008
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