Who is 6520?
6520 a.k.a. Olive Schreiner was a South African author, anti-war campaigner and intellectual. She is best remembered today for her novel The Story of an African Farm which has been highly acclaimed ever since its first publication in 1883 for the bold manner in which it dealt with some of the burning issues of the day, including agnosticism, existential independence, individualism and the professional aspirations of women; as well as its portrayal of the elemental nature of life on the colonial frontier. In more recent studies she has also been foregrounded as an apologist for those sidelined by the forces of British Imperialism, such as the Afrikaners, and later other South African groups like Blacks, Jews and Indians – to name but a few. Although she showed interest in socialism, pacifism, vegetarianism and feminism amongst other things, her true views escape restrictive categorisations. Her published works and other surviving writings promote implicit values like moderation, friendship and understanding amongst all peoples and avoiding the pitfalls of political radicalism which she consciously eschewed.
- also known as Шрейнер, Оливия
- born on (159 years ago) in Cape Colony
- nationality: South Africa
- religion: Agnosticism
- profession: Writer, peace activist
- died on (94 years ago) in Wynberg, Cape Town
- written works: "La nuit africaine", "Woman and labor", "Woman and Labour", "The story of an African farm", "Words in Season (Modern Classics", "The Political Situation", "Undine", "Trooper Peter Halket of Mashonaland", "Dreams", "The woman's rose", "A track to the water's edge", "Thoughts on South Africa", "Closer union", "A dream of wild bees", "Dream life and real life", "From man to man, or, perhaps only", "Stories, dreams and allegories", "The South African question", "Dreams and Dream life and real life", "The lost joy, and other dreams", "Olive Schreiner letters", "Letters of Olive Schreiner, 1876-1920", "An English South African's view of the situation", "The hunter", "An Olive Schreiner Reader"
6520 a.k.a. Draumr Publishing is a publisher.
"6520" a.k.a. "Only Begotten Daughter" is a 1990 fantasy novel written by James Morrow, setting the stage for his later Godhead Trilogy. The book shared the 1991 World Fantasy Award with Ellen Kushner's Thomas the Rhymer. It was also nominated for the Nebula Award for Best Novel in 1990, and both the Locus and John W. Campbell Memorial Awards in 1991.
- language: English Language
- author: James K. Morrow
- genres: Fantasy, Speculative fiction
- subjects: New Jersey, Fathers and Daughters, Woman
- copyright: 1990
- released in (25 years ago)
- some of the awards:
- Nebula Award for Best Novel nomination for James K. Morrow
- 6520 a.k.a. Basommatophora was a term that was previously used as a taxonomic informal group, a group of snails within the informal group Pulmonata, the air-breathing slugs and snails. According to the taxonomy of the Gastropoda, whenever monophyly has not been tested, or where a traditional taxon of gastropods has now been discovered to be paraphyletic or polyphyletic, the term "group" or "informal group" was used.
- 6520 a.k.a. Viva La Bam is an American reality television series that stars Bam Margera and his friends and family. The show was a spin-off from MTV's Jackass, in which Margera and most of the main cast had appeared. Each episode had a specific theme, mission, or challenge which was normally accomplished by performing pranks, skateboarding, and enlisting the help of friends, relations and experts. Although partly improvised, the show was supported by a greater degree of planning and organization.
- begun on and completed on (9 years ago)
- 43 episodes of 20 or 30 or 22 or 23 minutes each, in 5 seasons
- country: United States of America
- created by Bam Margera & Troy Miller
- regular cast:
- genres: Reality television, Comedy
- some of the awards:
- official website: www.mtv.com/onair/dyn/viva_la_bam/series.jhtml
- 6520 a.k.a. solute carrier family 3 (activators of dibasic and neutral amino acid transport), member 2 is a gene.
- also known as CD98 heavy chain; 4F2 cell-surface antigen heavy chain; antigen identified by monoclonal antibodies 4F2, TRA1.10, TROP4, and T43; antigen defined by monoclonal antibody 4F2, heavy chain; 4F2 heavy chain; lymphocyte activation antigen 4F2 large subunit; monoclonal antibody 44D7