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  • 1Schenectady Light Opera Company (SLOC) — is a nonprofit community theater organization in Schenectady, NY, established in 1926 . The current location of the 260 seat theater is at 826 State Street, in downtown Schenectady. In 2006 2007, SLOC celebrated it s 80th Anniversary of community …

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  • 2Nene Valley Railway — A view of the station at Peterborough. Locale England Terminus Peterborough …

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  • 3Death Valley National Park — IUCN Category II (National Park) …

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  • 4Soap opera — For other uses, see Soap opera (disambiguation). A soap opera, sometimes called soap for short, is an ongoing, episodic work of dramatic fiction presented in serial format on radio or as television programming. The name soap opera stems from the… …

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  • 5The opera corpus — is a list of nearly 2,500 works by more than 775 individual opera composers. Some of the works listed below are still being performed today   but many are not. The principal works of the major composers are given as well as those of historical… …

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  • 6Coachella Valley National Wildlife Refuge — Coachella Valley Fringe toed Lizard Coachella Valley National Wildlife Refuge is a protected area in the Coachella Valley, located east of Palm Springs near Palm Desert, California. The refuge contains the majority of critical habitat for the… …

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  • 7North Central Valley Wildlife Management Area — Located within 11 counties in the Sacramento Valley and the Sacramento San Joaquin Delta of California, North Central Valley Wildlife Management Area consists of conservation easements acquired on privately owned wetlands (primarily waterfowl… …

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  • 8Street Scene (opera) — Street Scene is a Broadway musical or, more precisely, an American opera by Kurt Weill (music), Langston Hughes (lyrics), and Elmer Rice (book), based on the Pulitzer Prize winning play of the same name by Rice. For his work on Street Scene ,… …

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  • 9Nuo opera — Nou redirects here. For the Swiss singer, see Patrick Nuo. Nuo Opera People performing Nuo opera v · d · …

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  • 10Rhoads Opera House — The Rhoads Opera House, located in Boyertown, Pennsylvania, caught fire on January 13 1908 during a church sponsored stage play. The fire started when a kerosene lamp was knocked over, lighting gasoline from a stereoscopic machine. The stage and… …

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  • 11Operation Opera — For the Yugoslav Wars operation, see Operation Opera Orientalis. Babylon Part of Arab–Israeli Conflict Map of the attack …

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  • 12The Light of the World (Sullivan) — The Light of the World is an oratorio composed in 1873 by Arthur Sullivan. Sullivan wrote the libretto with the assistance of George Grove, based on the New Testament. The story of the oratorio narrates the whole life of Christ, focusing on his… …

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  • 13Crossroads (soap opera) — Crossroads 2003 logo Format Soap opera Created by Hazel Adair Peter Ling Starring …

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  • 14Ruslan and Lyudmila (opera) — Ruslan and Lyudmila ( ru. Руслан и Людмила, Ruslan i Lyudmila ) is an opera in five acts (eight tableaux) composed by Mikhail Glinka between 1837 and 1842. The opera is based on the 1820 poem of the same name by Aleksandr Pushkin. The multi… …

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  • 15List of soap opera recasts — The following is a list of soap opera characters who have been notably played by more than one actor/actress. All My Children ;Phil Brent :played by Richard Hatch (1970 1972); Nick Benedict (1973 1977, 1988);Opal Cortlandt :played by Dorothy… …

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  • 168th Soap Opera Digest Awards — The eighth annual Soap Opera Digest Awards were held in 1992. The show was aired on NBC. It was hosted by Deidre Hall, Emma Samms, and George Hamilton. The show aired in Primetime for the first time. The Days of our Lives special One Stormy Night …

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  • 17The Emerald Isle — ; or, The Caves of Carrig Cleena , is a two act comic opera, with music by Arthur Sullivan and Edward German, and a libretto by Basil Hood. It premiered at the Savoy Theatre on April 27 1901, closing on November 9 1901 after a run of 205… …

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  • 18VLO — Valero Energy Corporation (Business » NYSE Symbols) ** Volume License Option (Computing » Software) * Valley Light Opera (Community » Music) * Virtual Learning Organization (Business » General) * Virtual Learning Organization (Academic & Science… …

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  • 19WVLO — West Valley Light Opera (Community » Performing Arts) …

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  • 20VLO — abbr. Valley Light Opera …

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