802 a.k.a. Elitch Gardens was a family-owned seasonal amusement park, theater, and botanic garden in the West Highland neighborhood of Denver, Colorado, United States at 38th and Tennyson streets. For more than a century Elitch's was one of the most popular entertainment destinations in Colorado. It was nationally known for its luscious gardens, the Trocadero Ballroom, the Theatre at the Gardens and the premier wooden roller coaster, Mister Twister. The park moved to downtown Denver in 1994 and later became Six Flags Elitch Gardens. The former location has been redeveloped.
- also known as Six Flags Elitch Gardens; Elitch Gardens, Denver
- part of Denver
- official website: www.elitchgardens.com
"802" a.k.a. "The Wolf's Hour": The Wolf's Hour is a 1989 World War II adventure novel with a twist by Robert R. McCammon. A British secret agent goes behind German lines to stop a secret weapon from being launched against the Allies. The twist is that this agent is a werewolf. The book also includes some of the agent's history, namely how he became a werewolf.
- language: English Language
- genres: Horror, War novel, Speculative fiction, Werewolf fiction
- copyright: 1989
- released on (26 years ago)
- 802 a.k.a. Indoleacetic acid, also known as IAA, is a member of the group of phytohormones called auxins. IAA is generally considered to be the most important native auxin.
- also known as Heteroauxin, Indolylacetic acid, Skatole carboxylate, Indoleacetate, Rhizopon A, Rhizopin, Indolylacetate, Skatole carboxylic acid
- 802 a.k.a. How to Survive a Marriage is an American soap opera which aired on the NBC television network from January 7, 1974 to April 17, 1975. The serial was created by Anne Howard Bailey, with much input from then-NBC Vice President Lin Bolen. The show's working title was From This Moment and was an in-house NBC production.
- 802 a.k.a. calmodulin 1 (phosphorylase kinase, delta) pseudogene 1 is a gene.
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