688 a.k.a. Serbia, officially the Republic of Serbia, is a country situated at the crossroads between Central and Southeast Europe, covering the southern part of the Pannonian Plain and the central Balkans. Serbia is landlocked and borders Hungary to the north; Romania and Bulgaria to the east; Macedonia to the south; and Croatia, Bosnia, and Montenegro to the west; it also claims a border with Albania through the disputed territory of Kosovo. The capital of Serbia, Belgrade, is one of the largest cities in Southeast Europe.
- also known as Republic of Serbia, Republika Srbija, Република Србија, Srbija, Serbijos Respublika
- founded on (9 years ago)
- part of Yugoslavia, Europe, Eurasia, Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, Jugoslavija, Serbia and Montenegro, Union of Serbia and Montenegro
- instance of: geographic area / geographic region / geographical area / geographical region = a demarcated area of the Earth
- member: Serbian / Serb = a member of a Slavic people who settled in Serbia and neighboring areas in the 6th and 7th centuries
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688 a.k.a. Georges Bernanos was a French author, and a soldier in World War I. Of Roman Catholic and monarchist leanings, he was critical of bourgeois thought and was opposed to what he identified as defeatism. He thought this led to France's eventual occupation by Germany in 1940 during World War II. Most of his novels have been translated into English and frequently published in both Great Britain and the United States.
- also known as ז'ורז' ברנאנו; Бернанос, Жорж
- born on (126 years ago) in Paris, child of Émile Bernanos and Hermance Moreau
- nationality: France
- profession: Writer, novelist, soldier, screenwriter
- died on (67 years ago) in Neuilly-sur-Seine
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688 a.k.a. Kensington Books: Kensington Publishing Corp. is an American book publisher specializing in mass market paperback, trade paperback and hardcover books, founded in 1974 by Walter Zacharius and Roberta Bender Grossman. Kensington acquired Pinnacle Books in 1988 and Citadel Press in 2000. Citadel is the focal point for Kensington's non-fiction program, which includes the popular Citadel's "100" series. In 2008, Kensington acquired the publishing assets of Holloway House.
- also known as Kensington Publishing Corporation, Kensington Pub Corp, Kensington
"688" a.k.a. "The Iron Lords" is a book by Andrew J. Offutt.
- genre: Speculative fiction
- copyright: 1979
688 a.k.a. The Secret Service is a British children's espionage television series, made by Century 21 for ITC Entertainment and broadcast on Associated Television, Granada Television & Southern Television in 1969. Created by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson, and produced by David Lane and Reg Hill, it was the eighth and last Century 21 production to feature – in a manner similar to Thunderbirds and other earlier series – marionette puppet characters as part of a filming technique known as "Supermarionation". Under the direction of Gerry Anderson, who wanted to compensate for the inadequacies of Supermarionation and increase the realism of the format, The Secret Service incorporates footage of live actors for long-distance shots. After The Secret Service, Anderson would not work with puppets again until the 1980s, when he produced Terrahawks in "Supermacromation".
- also known as 袖珍密諜
- begun on and completed on (45 years ago)
- 13 episodes of 30 minutes each
- country: United Kingdom
- created by Sylvia Anderson & Gerry Anderson
- regular cast:
- genres: Science Fiction, Puppet, Supermarionation, Children's television series, Espionage, Action, Spy-fi, Action/Adventure, Animation, Adventure Film
- 688 a.k.a. Deoxyuridine monophosphate is a deoxynucleotide.
- 688 a.k.a. Kruppel-like factor 5 (intestinal) is a gene.
- also known as intestinal-enriched kruppel-like factor, Kruppel-like factor 5, colon kruppel-like factor, GC box binding protein 2, transcription factor BTEB2, basic transcription element binding protein 2
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