1945 a.k.a. Permeable Press was a San Francisco-based literary publishing company founded in 1990 by Brian Charles Clark. A "micropress" operating on less than U.S.$100,000 per year, Permeable published a number of trade paperback books, chapbooks, and the literary magazines Puck, Shock Waves, Q-Zine, Naked Review, and Xerotic Ephemera in the early and mid-1990s. Clark sold Permeable Press to Cambrian Publications in 1997.
- "1945" is an EP release by Soul-Junk.
- genre: Indie rock
- released in (21 years ago)
- "1945" is a musical EP of Social Distortion.
- released in (33 years ago)
- "1945" is a musical album of Almôra.
- released on (8 years ago)
- "1945" is a composition.
- 1945 a.k.a. The Cramp Twins is a British/Canadian/American animated series created by cartoonist Brian Wood. The show was produced by Sunbow Entertainment and TV-Loonland AG in association with Cartoon Network Europe. This is the final television series to be produced by Sunbow Entertainment before the company was shut down in 2003. It is about Wayne Cramp and Lucien Cramp, not-so identical twin brothers who live with their hygiene-obsessed mother and their Western-obsessed father in the fictional town of Soap City. Wayne and Lucien's personalities clash, and they rarely get along. Wayne has a friend called Dirty Joe, who owns a dump, and neighbour Wendy Winkle has a crush on him, but he hates her. Wayne's and Lucien's teacher is Miss. Hillary Hissy. Lucien's friends include environment-friendly Tony Parsons and Mari and Luke Harrison.
- begun on and completed on (8 years ago)
- 52 episodes of 30 minutes each, in 4 seasons
- countries: United States of America, United Kingdom, Canada
- created by Brian Wood
- regular cast:
- genres: Animation, Animated cartoon, Animated series, Sitcom, Comedy
- 1945 a.k.a. ephrin-A4 is a gene.
- also known as ligand of eph-related kinase 4, ephrin A4, eph-related receptor tyrosine kinase ligand 4
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