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"Absolon" is a 2003 post-apocalyptic science fiction thriller film. The plot concerns a future society where the only hope for survival from a deadly virus is a drug called Absolon. The film was directed by David Barto, and stars Christopher Lambert, Lou Diamond Phillips, and Kelly Brook.
- countries: United Kingdom, Canada
- language: English Language
- director: David DeBartolomé
- set decoration by Jim Lambie
- genres: Indie film, Science Fiction, Action Film, Thriller, Action/Adventure
- rating: R (USA)
- released in (12 years ago)
Phrases with Absolon
- Bebearia Absolon Entebbiae
- Bebearia Absolon
- Dolicheremaeus absolon
- Species Bebearia Absolon
- species Dolicheremaeus absolon
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by Patrick Hanks, Richard Coates, Peter McClure
Variants: Absolom, Absolon, Asplen, Asplin, Asplan, Aspland, Ashplant • Current frequencies: GB , Ireland • GB...
with medieval vernacular forms Absolon, Apselon, and Aspelon in ...
by Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain)
ABSOLON, an artist, and brother of the convent of St. Maximin at Trier in the tenth century. Folkard or Williher, abbot of St. Maximin, fixed up a large copper basin for the fountain of the summer refectory of the convent, which appears to have ...
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Bishop Absolon bestowed the castle and town with the lands of Amager on the see of Roeskilde. In 1254, Bishop Erland- sen of Roeskilde granted it municipal rights and privileges, and these were confirmed and augmented in 1284 by King ...
The Encyclopaedia britannica (1854)
or, Dictionary of arts, sciences and general literature by Thomas Stewart Traill
Bishop Absolon bestowed the castle and town with the lands of Amageron the see of Roeskilde. In 1254, Bishop Erland- sen of Roeskilde granted it municipal rights and privileges, and these were confirmed and augmented in 1284 by King ...
by Sir George Grove, John Alexander Fuller-Maitland
Among the amateurs who played them were parsons and parish clerks: witness the parish clerk Absolon of Chaucer, who could “play tunes on a small ribible, and the unfortunate parson of Ossemer, near Stendal, who, according to the ...
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Scrabble value of A1B3S1O1L1O1N1
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