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Definition of the adjective 68
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- 68 a.k.a. Haut-Rhin is a department in the Alsace region of France, named after the Rhine river. Its name means Upper Rhine. Haut-Rhin is the smaller and less populated of the two departments of Alsace, although it is still densely populated compared to the rest of France.
- 68 a.k.a. Great Escape is an amusement and water park owned and operated by Six Flags Entertainment Corp. It is located approximately 60 miles north of Albany, in Queensbury, New York, but is advertised as being in Lake George, New York, a popular tourist and vacation spot nearby.
68 a.k.a. '68: '68 is an American rock duo that formed in 2013. The two-piece band features guitarist and vocalist Josh Scogin, formerly of the metalcore band The Chariot, and drummer Michael McClellan.
- genres: Noise rock, Post-hardcore
- albums: "In Humor and Sadness", "Midnight"
68 a.k.a. St. Martin's Press: St. Martin's Press is a book publisher headquartered in the Flatiron Building in New York City. St. Martin's Press is considered one of the largest English-language publishers, bringing to the public some 700 titles a year under eight imprints, which include St. Martin's Press, St. Martin's Griffin, Minotaur, Picador, Thomas Dunne Books, and Truman Talley Books. St. Martin's Press's current editor in chief is George Witte.
- also known as St. Martin's Press LLC, Saint Martin's Press
- official website: us.macmillan.com/SMP.aspx
- "68" a.k.a. "'68": '68 is a compilation album by Robert Wyatt. It is composed of previously unreleased demos Wyatt recorded in 1968 at the end of a tour Soft Machine did with the Jimi Hendrix Experience in the United States. It was released by Cuneiform Records in 2013.
- "68" is a musical single of 12th Planet.
- released in (6 years ago)
- "68" is a musical album of Freedom Singers.
- released in (47 years ago)
- "68" is a musical single of By Proxy.
- released on (5 years ago)
- "68" is a musical EP of Abstracode.
- released on (4 years ago)
"68" a.k.a. "A Fighting Man of Mars" is an Edgar Rice Burroughs science fantasy novel, the seventh of his famous Barsoom series. Burroughs began writing it on February 28, 1929, and the finished story was first published in Blue Book Magazine as a six-part serial in the issues for April to September, 1930. It was later published as a complete novel by Metropolitan in May, 1931.
- also known as "A Fighting Man of Mars (Mars (del Rey Books Numbered))"; "Fighting Man of Mars"; "Fighting Man of Mars (Martian Tales of Edgar Rice Burroughs, No 7)"
- language: English Language
- genres: Science Fiction, Fantasy, Fiction, Speculative fiction, Science fantasy
- subject: Space opera
- copyright: 1930
- released in (84 years ago)
"68" a.k.a. "'68": '68 is a 1988 film directed by Steven Kovacs. The film follows a full year of a Hungarian family living in San Francisco in 1968.
- also known as Sixty Eight
- countries: United States of America, Hungary
- language: English Language
- producers: Dale Djerassi & Isabel Maxwell
- art direction by Joshua Koral
- written by Steven Kovacs
- Neil Young as Westy
- Sandor Tecsy as Zoltan Szabo
- Eric Larson as Peter Szabo
- Robert Locke as Sandy Szabo
- Anna Dukasz as Zsuzsa Szabo
- Miran Kwun as Alana Chan
- Terra Vandergaw as Vera Kardos
- Shony Alex Braun as Tibor Kardos
- Donna Pecora as Piroska Kardos
- Elizabeth De Charay as Gizi Horvath
- Jan Němec as Dezso Horvath
- Rusdi Lane as Bela Csontos
- Nike Doukas as Beatrice
- Frank X. Mur as Officer
- Joel Parker as Protester
- Paul Pedroli as Client
- cinematography by Daniel Lacambre
- edited by Cari Coughlin
- music by John Cipollina, Shony Alex Braun
- genre: Drama
- rating: R (USA)
- released in (28 years ago)
- 68 a.k.a. '68: '68 is a monthly comic book series created by writer Mark Kidwell, and published by Image Comics about a zombie apocalypse set in 1968 during the Vietnam War and the peace movement against the war. The stories follow the survivors, both military and civilian, in both Vietnam and the United States.
- official website: www.68zombie.com
- 68 a.k.a. My World and Welcome to It: My World... and Welcome to It is an American half-hour television sitcom based on the humor and cartoons of James Thurber. It starred William Windom as John Monroe, a Thurber-like writer and cartoonist who works for a magazine closely resembling The New Yorker called The Manhattanite. Wry, fanciful and curmudgeonly, Monroe observes and comments on life, to the bemusement of his rather sensible wife Ellen and intelligent, questioning daughter Lydia. Monroe's frequent daydreams and fantasies are usually based on Thurber material. My World — And Welcome To It is the name of a book of illustrated stories and essays, also by James Thurber.
- begun on and completed on (45 years ago)
- 26 episodes of 30 minutes each
- country: United States of America
- created by James Thurber & Melville Shavelson
- regular cast:
- genre: Sitcom
- Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series nomination for William Windom
- Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series nomination for Danny Arnold & Sheldon Leonard
- Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement in Any Area of Creative Technical Crafts nomination for Howard A. Anderson, Bill Hansard, Wilfred M. Cline
- Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, received by William Windom
- Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series, received by Danny Arnold & Sheldon Leonard