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120 Days was a Norwegian band. The group consists of Jonas Dahl, Arne Kvalvik, Kjetil Ovesen, and Ådne Meisfjord, and was formed in 2001 under the name 'The Beautiful People'. Originally based in their hometown of Kristiansund, they moved to Oslo in 2002. After two EPs on the Public Demand label, the group signed to prominent Norwegian independent label Smalltown Supersound. Their self-titled debut album was released on 10 October 2006, and had several positive reviews by North American publications. The group toured the United States shortly after the release of the album. 120 has started producing new material for a record after returning to Oslo in 2008, following major touring around the United States and Europe. On June 7, 2012, 120 Days announced that they would end the band by September the same year. The band had played together almost 11 years before announcing their last concert ever in September 2012.
- genres: Experimental classical music, Rock music, Electro, Experimental music
- albums: "120 Days", "Come Out, Come Down, Fade Out, Be Gone", "120 Days II", "Osaka"
- official website: www.120days.no
- released in (10 years ago)
"120 Days" is a 2013 family drama documentary film written and directed by Ted Roach.
- country: United States of America
- languages: English Language, Spanish Language
- producers: Ted Roach & Margaret Herman
- written by Ted Roach
- cinematography by Brad Allgood
- edited by Ted Roach
- genres: Documentary film, Drama, Family
- released on
- official website: www.120daysmovie.com
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Avoiding Potholes in the Road to Getting Paid by Deborah L. Walker, Sara M. Larch, Elizabeth W. Woodcock
Expected outcome: Having 15 to 18 percent of accounts receivable greater than 120 days is an acceptable performance indicator. Additional measures of revenue cycle performance can be benchmarked as well. These can also help you ...
by Clifton D. Bryant, Dennis L. Peck
De Sade's 120 Days of Sodom is a pornographic work that details a clandestine location wherein “friends” and “libertines” engage in largely nonconsensual sex. De Sade's fictional pornographic accounts include many descriptions of ...
by Stuart Nagel
The raw data show that the average trial in our hypothetical court system takes 120 days and the average plea bargain takes 30 days from arrest to disposition. The data also show that the trial's alternative receives a respect score of 6 on a 0 to ...
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