1567 a.k.a. Morrow Junior Books is a publisher.
- also known as New York: Morrow Junior Books
"1567" a.k.a. "Marooned in Realtime" is a 1986 murder mystery and time-travel science fiction novel by American writer Vernor Vinge, about a small, time-displaced group of people who may be the only survivors of a technological singularity or alien invasion. It is the sequel to The Peace War and "The Ungoverned". Both novels and the novella were collected in Across Realtime.
- also known as "Marooned in Real Time", "La Captive du temps perdu", Marooned in Real Time
- language: English Language
- genres: Science Fiction, Detective fiction, Fiction, Speculative fiction
- copyright: 1986
- released in (29 years ago)
- 1567 a.k.a. Great Hotels is a television show on the Travel Channel. The show, hosted by Samantha Brown, travels around the United States to show some of its most renowned hotels. Brown stays at the hotel and walks the viewer through the layout, the rooms, and extra features the hotel has to offer that make it unique and desirable.
- begun on and completed on (9 years ago)
- country: United States of America
- regular cast: Samantha Brown
- genres: Travel, Documentary film
- some of the awards:
- Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Directing In A Service Show nomination for Sid Goldberg, Jerry Smith, Joan McCord & Sylvia Caminer
- Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement in Single Camera Editing nomination for David Dean, Mitchell Smith, Chris Beavers & Zsolt Luka
- Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement in Single Camera Photography (Film Or Electronic) nomination for Stan Murphy
- Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lifestyle Program nomination for Howard Lee, Jerry Smith, Cindy Smith & Joan McCord
- Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Directing In A Service Show, received by Sid Goldberg, Jerry Smith, Joan McCord & Sylvia Caminer
- official website: www.travelchannel.com/TV_Shows/Samantha_Brown/ci.Great_Hotels_With_Samantha_Brown.show?vgnextfmt=show
- 1567 a.k.a. Le Vampire is an inverted roller coaster at La Ronde amusement park in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, designed by the Swiss firm Bolliger & Mabillard. It is a mirror image of Batman: The Ride, however since this is not a branded Six Flags park, Six Flags' licensing agreement with Warner Bros. and DC Comics is not valid. As a result, the roller coaster has no association to the Batman media franchise and was given an unrelated name and a slightly different cosmetic appearance. The track is 823 metres in length and reaches a height of nearly 32 metres. Riders sit with their legs dangling such as on a ski chairlift and reach speeds of up to 80.5 km/hour and loop head-over-heels five times. The Vampire can carry up to 1,400 riders per hour.
- 1567 a.k.a. cytochrome P450, family 2, subfamily D, polypeptide 7 pseudogene 2 is a gene.