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Places

  1. Phønix a.k.a. Phoenix is the capital, and largest city, of the state of Arizona. With 1,445,632 people, Phoenix is the most populous state capital in the United States, as well as the sixth most populous city nationwide.
  2. Phønix a.k.a. Phoenix is a city in Jackson County, Oregon, United States. The population was 4,538 at the 2010 census. Phoenix is 3 miles southwest of Medford on Interstate 5.
  3. Phønix a.k.a. Phoenix is a village in Oswego County, New York, United States. The population was 2,382 at the 2010 census. The name is derived from Alexander Phoenix. The village of Phoenix lies in the Lake Ontario lake-effect snow belt, with seasonal snow totals regularly exceeding 200 in. Phoenix lies in the southwest part of the town of Schroeppel.
  4. Phønix a.k.a. Phoenix is a village in Cook County, Illinois, United States. The population was 1,964 at the 2010 census. It is located approximately 19 miles south of the Chicago Loop and is part of the Chicago–Naperville–Joliet, IL-IN-WI Metropolitan Statistical Area.
  5. Phønix a.k.a. Phoenix is a ghost town in the Boundary Country of British Columbia, Canada, 11 km east of Greenwood. Once called the “highest city in Canada” by its citizens it was a booming copper mining community from the late 1890s until 1919. In its heyday it was home to 1,000 citizens and had an opera house, twenty hotels, a brewery and its own city hall. Phoenix’s magistrate, Judge Willie Williams, who served there from 1897 until 1913, became famous for his booming declaration, “I am the highest judge, in the highest court, in the highest city in Canada.” In 1911, Phoenix’s hockey team won the provincial championship and asked for the right to compete for the Stanley Cup, but it was too late to qualify. The Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting and Power Company, Limited operated the Phoenix Mine, a copper mine that produced 13,678,901 tons of ore before operations ceased on June 14, 1919.
  6. Phønix a.k.a. Phoenix is an unincorporated community in Keweenaw County, Michigan, United States. Phoenix lies at the junction of M-26 and US 41. Phoenix lies about two miles south of Eagle River, Michigan, near the shores of Lake Superior.
  7. Phønix a.k.a. Phoenix, Maryland: Phoenix is an affluent unincorporated community located in Baltimore County in the State of Maryland in the United States of America. It is located at latitude 39°30'59" North, longitude 76°36'59" West. The United States Postal Service has assigned Phoenix the ZIP code 21131.
  8. Phønix a.k.a. The University of Wisconsin–Green Bay is a public university located in Green Bay, Wisconsin, USA. It is part of the University of Wisconsin System and offers both bachelor and master degrees.
  9. Phønix a.k.a. Phoenix, Louisiana: Phoenix is an unincorporated community Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana.

People

  1. Phønix a.k.a. River Phoenix: River Jude Phoenix was an American actor, musician and activist. He was the older brother of Rain Phoenix, Joaquin Phoenix, Summer Phoenix and Liberty Phoenix. Phoenix's work encompassed 24 films and television appearances, including the science fiction adventure film Explorers, the coming-of-age film Stand by Me, the action sequel Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade and the independent adult drama My Own Private Idaho. Phoenix's rise to fame led to his status as a "teen sensation".
  2. Phønix a.k.a. Beth Phoenix: Elizabeth "Beth" Kocianski is an American retired professional wrestler, better known by her ring name Beth Phoenix. She is best known for her time with WWE, where she is a former WWE Divas Champion and a three-time WWE Women's Champion.
  3. Phønix a.k.a. Juggernaut: Patrick van Kerckhoven, alias DJ Ruffneck, is a darkcore or gabber DJ and producer, originating from Alblasserdam, Netherlands. An active DJ since 1985, Kerckhoven has also been involved with various record labels. In 1989, he and Jayant Edoo formed 80 Aum Records. When that closed in 1991, he went on to form Ruffneck Records and its imprints Ruffex and Ruff Intelligenze.
  4. Phønix a.k.a. Yushin Okami is a Japanese mixed martial artist who competes for World Series of Fighting in the Middleweight division. As of June 15, 2014, he is ranked the #9 Middleweight in the world by Sherdog. He spent time in the UFC, holding a record of 13-5 in 18 fights under the organization's banner, and has also competed for the PRIDE Fighting Championships, Pancrase, and M-1 Global.
  5. Phønix a.k.a. Thomas Mars: Thomas Pablo Croquet, known as Thomas Mars, is a French musician and the lead singer of the French alternative rock band Phoenix.
  6. Phønix a.k.a. Jennifer Widerstrom is a physical fitness trainer.
  7. Phønix a.k.a. Sybelle Silverphoenix is an actor and model.

Groups

  1. Phønix a.k.a. Phoenix is an alternative rock band from Versailles, France, consisting of Thomas Mars, Deck d'Arcy, Christian Mazzalai and Laurent Brancowitz.
    • also known as Feniks, วงฟินิกซ์, Phoenix (yhtye), Phoenix (band)
    • members:
    • genres: Indie rock, Alternative rock, Rock music, Electronic dance music, Electronic music, Synthpop, French pop music, French rock, New Wave, Indietronica
    • albums: "United", "Alphabetical", "It's Never Been Like That", "Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix", "Kitsuné Tabloid", "Alt. Versions 2006", "LIVE! ThirtyDaysAgo", "Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix (Remix Collection)", "Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix: The Complete Multitracks", "Heatwave", "Too Young", "Run Run Run", "Everything Is Everything", "Long Distance Call", "Party Time / City Lights", "Lisztomania", "If I Ever Feel Better", "Consolation Prizes", "ITunes Live from SoHo", "Live in Sydney", "Fences", "Let Silence Roam", "Bankrupt!", "1901", "Lasso", "Party Time", "Entertainment (Dirty Projectors Remix)", "Trying to Be Cool (Soul Clap Remix)", "Jokin'", "Entertainment", "Trying to Be Cool (Breakbot remix)"
    • some of the nominations and awards:
        • nominated to MTV Europe Music Award for Best French Act
        • nominated to Grammy Award for Best Alternative Music Album - "Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix", with Philippe Zdar
        • Grammy Award for Best Alternative Music Album - "Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix" (Artist, Engineer/Mixer, Producers), with Philippe Zdar
        • nominated to MTV Europe Music Award for Best French Act
        • nominated to American Music Award for Favorite Alternative Artist
        • nominated to NME Award for Best International Band
    • official website: www.wearephoenix.com
  2. Phønix a.k.a. Phoenix: Transsylvania Phoenix is a Romanian rock band formed in 1962 in Timișoara by guitarists Nicu Covaci and Kamocsa Béla. Guitarist Claudiu Rotaru, vocalist Florin "Moni" Bordeianu and drummer Ioan "Pilu" Ştefanovici completed the early lineup. The group became famous in Romania in the 1970s when it started fusing their 1960s rock and roll sound with traditional folk music, thus pioneering the "ethno rock" sub-genre.
  3. Phønix is a musical group.

Business

  1. Phønix a.k.a. Phoenix Company. Ltd., better known as Phoenix Bicycles and Shanghai Phoenix Bicycles, originated as the Shanghai Third Bicycle Factory created in May, 1958. The establishment of the Third Factory marks the date that the enterprise became joint state-private owned from solely privately owned, then transferred into publicly owned enterprise. Phoenix Company, Ltd is a fully owned subsidiary of Shanghai Phoenix Import & Export Company, Ltd. Which has exclusively selling and distributing rites to Phoenix Brand bicycles and parts. Phoenix exports bicycles to more than 50 countries and earns more than US$ 60 million annually.
    • also known as Phoenix Bicycles, Shanghai Phoenix Bicycles
  2. Phønix a.k.a. The Phoenix is a drinking establishment.

Characters

  1. Phønix a.k.a. Jean Grey: Jean Grey-Summers is a fictional character, a comic book superheroine who appears in comic books published by Marvel Comics. She has been known under the aliases Marvel Girl, Phoenix, and Dark Phoenix and is best known as one of the founding members of the X-Men, for her relationship with Cyclops, and for her central role and transformation in the X-Men storyline "The Dark Phoenix Saga".
  2. Phønix a.k.a. Phoenix: In Greek mythology, Phoenix, son of Amyntor and Cleobule, is one of the Myrmidons led by Achilles in the Trojan War. Phoenix's warfaring identity is a charioteer.
    • also known as Foiniks (Ilias), Fènix (fill d'Amíntor)
  3. Phønix a.k.a. Phoenix is the name of several fictional characters in the Transformers series. He was one of the stars of the anime series Transformers: Masterforce where he was voiced by Masato Hirano. He shouldn't be confused with American Transformers character Cloudburst, who looks nearly identical to Phoenix.
  4. Phønix a.k.a. Skyress is a fictional character from the 2007 television series Bakugan Battle Brawlers.
    • also known as Phoenix

Music

  1. "Phønix" a.k.a. "Phoenix" is the second full length album by the Los Angeles based neo-psychedelic rock band, the Warlocks. It was released by Birdman Records in 2002; the band having been signed to this label following the success of their previous album, Rise and Fall. The album received a largely positive critical response, being much compared to bands of the 1960s, such as The Velvet Underground and The Grateful Dead. Critics also commented on the number of drug references amongst the lyrics, and spiraling "drugged up" guitar solos.
    • also known as Phoenix Album
    • released in (14 years ago)
  2. "Phønix" a.k.a. "Phoenix": Феникс is the eleventh studio album by Russian heavy metal band Ария, released in 2011, and the first to feature vocalist Михаил Житняков.
    • also known as Feniks, Феникс
    • artist: Aria
    • genre: Heavy metal
    • released on (4 years ago)
  3. "Phønix" a.k.a. "Phoenix" is the seventh studio album released by American punk rock band Zebrahead. Shawn Harris of The Matches created the artwork for the album, as he did with the band's previous album Broadcast to the World.
  4. "Phønix" a.k.a. "Phoenix" is a song by American hip hop recording artist ASAP Rocky, from his debut album Long.Live.ASAP. It was released on January 15, 2013. The song was produced by Danger Mouse.
  5. "Phønix" a.k.a. "Phoenix" is a studio album by British rock band Asia, released in 2008. It is the first to feature all four original members since 1983's Alpha. The album was released in Europe on 11 April 2008 via Frontiers Records, in North America on 15 April by EMI America Records and in Japan on 23 April via King Records.
  6. "Phønix" a.k.a. "Phoenix" is the sixth album by American singer/songwriter Dan Fogelberg, released in 1979.
    • genre: Soft rock
    • released in (37 years ago)
  7. "Phønix" a.k.a. "Phoenix" is Grand Funk Railroad's sixth studio album, released on September 15, 1972 by Capitol Records. It was produced by Grand Funk and marks the band's first album not produced by Terry Knight. "Rock & Roll Soul" was released as a single, and went to #29 in 1972. The album features Craig Frost on organ, clavinet, harpsichord, and piano; and Doug Kershaw on electric fiddle.
  8. "Phønix" a.k.a. "Phoenix" is a studio album by Danish electro-rock band Carpark North. It was released in Denmark on 27 January 2014 through Copenhagen Records and Universal Music.
  9. "Phønix" a.k.a. "Phoenix" is Emil Bulls' fifth major studio and seventh overall studio album. It was released on September 25, 2009. The first single from the record is "When God Was Sleeping". It is the first album recorded with guitarist Andreas Bock as Christian Schneider left the band to pursue personal projects. It was co-produced by Benny Richter and the band.
  10. "Phønix" a.k.a. "Phoenix" is the fourth studio album by Finnish power metal band Dreamtale.
    • released on (7 years ago)
  11. "Phønix" a.k.a. "Phoenix" is the fifth album by American rock singing trio Labelle. The album was moderately successful peaking at #44 on the pop charts and #10 on the R&B charts. Only one minor hit was released and that was "Messin With My Mind" which was written by Nona Hendryx. The album is most notable for drifting away from the funk style of their last album, Nightbirds, most of the album taking on a rock approach.
  12. "Phønix" a.k.a. "Phoenix" is the fourth album from rock band The Classic Crime. The album was released on August 14, 2012. Phoenix was funded through the website Kickstarter and is the first album released independently by The Classic Crime. Kickstarter backers were able to digitally download the album two weeks prior to its release date. At the completion of its funding, Phoenix was the ninth most funded musical project on Kickstarter.
    • genre: Pop punk
    • released on
  13. "Phønix" a.k.a. "Dreamchild" was the sixth solo album released by Toyah Willcox since leaving Toyah, and was released in 1994 via Cryptic Records in Germany. It is the album with the least amount of input from Toyah herself, as almost every track was composed by Mike Bennett, with Toyah contributing lyrics to only one track. The dance nature of the album also contrasts with the rest of her catalogue, making Toyah appear like more of a guest vocalist than the leading artist on her own album.
  14. "Phønix" a.k.a. "Phoenix" is the debut studio album from Christian metal-rock project Everything in Slow Motion by Shane Ochsner. The album released on December 10, 2013 by Facedown Records, and Joshua Barber was the producer. This album had commercial charting successes, and it garnered critical acclamation.
  15. "Phønix" a.k.a. "Phoenix" is the fifth studio album by the German symphonic black metal band Agathodaimon. The album was released on 20 March 2009.
  16. "Phønix" a.k.a. "Phoenix" is the first album by the singer-songwriter Vince Bell and was released on July 16, 1994, almost twelve years after Bell was broadsided by a drunk driver, leaving him with a severe traumatic head injury, broken ribs, multiple lacerations to his liver, and a mangled right forearm. The album landed high on many critics' best-of-the-year lists for 1994.

Writings

"Phønix" a.k.a. "Phoenix" is the fifth book in Steven Brust's Vlad Taltos series, set in the fantasy world of Dragaera. Originally published in 1990 by Ace Books, it was reprinted in 2002 along with Taltos in the omnibus The Book of Taltos. Following the trend of the Vlad Taltos books, it is named after one of the Great Houses and features that House as an important element to its plot.

  • language: English Language
  • characters:
    • Vlad Taltos
    • Cawti
  • genres: Fantasy, Speculative fiction
  • copyright: 1990-11
  • released in (25 years ago)

Films

  1. "Phønix" a.k.a. "Phoenix" is a film, directed by Christian Petzold.
    • country: Germany
    • language: German Language
    • genre: War film
    • released in
  2. "Phønix" a.k.a. "Phoenix" is a 1998 American crime film directed by British director Danny Cannon and starring Ray Liotta. Liotta plays a cop whose gambling debt leaves him indebted to the underworld and desperate to find a way out without compromising his principles.
  3. Phønix a.k.a. Phoenix is a 2004 drama/romance South Korean television series starring Lee Seo-jin, Lee Eun-joo, Jung Hye-young and Eric Mun. It aired on MBC from April 5 to June 29, 2004 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:55 for 26 episodes.
  4. Phønix a.k.a. Phoenix is an Australian police drama television series. Phoenix screened as two thirteen-part series on Australian Broadcasting Corporation in 1992 and 1993.
  5. "Phønix" a.k.a. "Phoenix" is a 2006 film by American director Michael Akers, his third feature film after Gone, But Not Forgotten and Matrimonium. The film was produced by Sandon Berg with Israel Ehrisman as co-producer and starred Chad Edward Bartley as Dylan, Gaetano Jones as Kenneth Sparks and Jeff Castle as Demetrius Stone. The film was distributed by United Gay Network. This film was inspired by Michaelangelo Antonioni's film L'Avventura and obviously adds a gay twist.

Game

"Phønix" a.k.a. "Phoenix" is an outer space-themed, fixed shooter video game similar to Taito's Space Invaders. It was developed by Amstar Electronics in 1980, and released by Centuri in the United States and by Taito in Japan.

  • also known as 不死鸟
  • developers: Taito Corporation, Amstar Electronics
  • genres: Shoot 'em up, Action game
  • publishers: Centuri, Taito Corporation, Atari
  • released in (36 years ago)

Drink

Phønix a.k.a. Phoenix Beverages is the largest brewery in Mauritius. Their Phoenix Beer is widely distributed on the island. The company also has connections with the Guinness Brewery and is listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius.

Miscellanea

  1. Phønix a.k.a. Firefox: Mozilla Firefox is a free and open-source web browser developed for Windows, OS X, and Linux, with a mobile version for Android, by the Mozilla Foundation and its subsidiary, the Mozilla Corporation. Firefox uses the Gecko layout engine to render web pages, which implements current and anticipated web standards.
    • also known as Mozilla Firebird, Phoenix, Mozilla Firefox, FF
    • developers: Mozilla Foundation, Mozilla Corporation
    • genres: Web browser, File Transfer Protocol, News aggregator
    • license: Mozilla Public License, GNU General Public License, GNU Lesser General Public License
    • released on (13 years ago)
    • official website: www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/new
  2. Phønix a.k.a. Phoenix is a genus of 14 species of palms, native to the Canary Islands east across northern and central Africa, the extreme southeast of Europe, and southern Asia from Turkey east to southern China and Malaysia. The diverse habitats they occupy include swamps, deserts, and mangrove sea coasts. Most Phoenix species originate in semiarid regions but usually occur near high groundwater levels, rivers or springs. The genus is unique among members of the subfamily Coryphoideae, with it and Arenga being the only ones with pinnate, rather than palmate leaves. The generic name derives from φοῖνιξ or φοίνικος, the Greek word for the date palm used by Theophrastus and Pliny the Elder. It most likely referred to the Phoenicians; Phoenix, the son of Amyntor and Cleobule in Homer's Iliad; or the phoenix, the sacred bird of Ancient Egypt. The palms were more numerous and widespread in the past than they are at present.
    • also known as النخلة, Фінік, 刺葵属
  3. Phønix a.k.a. Phoenix: In Greek mythology, a phoenix or phenix is a long-lived bird that is cyclically regenerated or reborn. Associated with the sun, a phoenix obtains new life by arising from the ashes of its predecessor. The phoenix was subsequently adopted as a symbol in Early Christianity. While the phoenix typically dies by fire in most versions of the legend, there are less popular versions of the myth in which the mythical bird dies and simply decomposes before being born again. According to some legends, the phoenix could live over 1400 years before rebirth. Herodotus, Lucan, Pliny the Elder, Pope Clement I, Lactantius, Ovid, and Isidore of Seville are among those who have contributed to the retelling and transmission of the phoenix motif.
    • also known as phenix
  4. Phønix a.k.a. Phoenix was a robotic spacecraft on a space exploration mission on Mars under the Mars Scout Program. The Phoenix lander descended on Mars on May 25, 2008. Mission scientists used instruments aboard the lander to search for environments suitable for microbial life on Mars, and to research the history of water there. The total mission cost was about US $ 386 million, which includes cost of the launch.
    • also known as Phoenix (lądownik), Phoenix (rymdsond), פניקס (חללית), Phoenix (ruimtesonde), Phoenix (uzay gemisi), Phoenix (sonda), Phoenix (luotain), Фенікс (космічний апарат), Phoenix (romsonde), Phoenix (marsaeigis), 凤凰号, 凤凰号火星探测器
  5. Phønix a.k.a. Phoenix is a minor constellation in the southern sky. Named after the mythical phoenix, it was first depicted on a celestial atlas by Johann Bayer in his 1603 Uranometria. The French explorer and astronomer Nicolas Louis de Lacaille charted the brighter stars and gave their Bayer designations in 1756. The constellation stretches from roughly −39° to −57° declination, and from 23.5h to 2.5h of right ascension. The constellations Phoenix, Grus, Pavo and Tucana, are known as the Southern Birds.
    • also known as 凤凰座
  6. Phønix a.k.a. Mozilla Thunderbird is a free, open source, cross-platform email, news, and chat client developed by the Mozilla Foundation.
    • also known as Phoenix, Minotaur
    • developer: Mozilla Foundation
    • genres: Newsreader, Email client, News aggregator
    • license: Mozilla Public License, GNU General Public License, GNU Lesser General Public License
    • released in (12 years ago)
    • official website: www.mozillamessaging.com/thunderbird
  7. Phønix a.k.a. Phoenix is a publicly funded television station in Germany which is produced jointly by public broadcasting organizations ARD and ZDF. Its programming consists of documentaries, news broadcasts, special events coverage, and discussion programmes. Phoenix's headquarters are in the former West German capital, Bonn.
  8. Phønix a.k.a. The phoenix was the first currency of the modern Greek state. It was introduced in 1828 by Governor Ioannis Kapodistrias and was subdivided into 100 lepta. The name was that of the mythical phoenix bird and was meant to symbolize the rebirth of Greece during the still ongoing Greek War of Independence. The phoenix replaced the Ottoman kuruş at a rate of 6 phoenixes = 1 kuruş.
  9. Phønix a.k.a. The Phoenix is a wooden roller coaster located at the Knoebels Amusement Resort in Elysburg, Pennsylvania. Prior to its purchase by Knoebels and its subsequent relocation in the mid-1980s, it was operated under the name "The Rocket" at Playland Park in San Antonio, TX.
  10. Phønix a.k.a. Phoenix: In Greek mythology, Phoenix, the eponym of Phoenicia, was a son of Agenor and Telephassa, brother of Cadmus, Cilix and Europa.
  11. Phønix a.k.a. Phoenix was an IBM mainframe computer at Cambridge University's Computer Laboratory. "Phoenix/MVS" was also the name of the computer's operating system, written in-house by Computer Laboratory members. Its DNS hostname was phx.cam.ac.uk.
  12. Phønix a.k.a. Sangju Sangmu FC, is a professional football club that plays in the K League Classic. The club is based in Sangju, South Korea. Sangmu is the sports division of the Military of South Korea. Since 2013, Officially removed phoenix in the club name. The club's mascot is the Bulsajo, which translates to phoenix in English. The club's hometown was moved from Gwangju to Sangju, Gyeongsangbuk-do after Gwangju founded new professional club Gwangju FC In 2011.
    • also known as Sangju Sangmu Phoenix, Sangju Sangmu, Sangju Sangmu Football Club, Bulsajo, Phoenix, Sangju Sangmu Phoenix FC
    • official website: www.sangjufc.co.kr
  13. Phønix a.k.a. The Phoenix is a ship built by Hjorne & Jakobsen at Frederikshavn, Denmark in 1929, originally as an Evangelical Mission Schooner.
  14. Phønix a.k.a. Phoenix framework, being developed at Microsoft Research, is a framework for developing compilers as well as program analysis, testing and optimization tools, to be used as the back-end for future compiler technologies from Microsoft. It is also available as an SDK, a pre-release build of which has been made accessible, to create compilers and code analysis tools using the Phoenix framework.
    • developer: Microsoft Research
  15. Phønix a.k.a. Phoenix is a white variety of grape of German origin used for wine. It was created by Dr. Gerhardt Alleweldt at the Geilweilerhof Institute for Grape Breeding in Siebeldingen in 1964, by crossing the Vitis vinifera variety Bacchus with the hybrid grape Villard Blanc.
  16. Phønix a.k.a. Hi no Tori: Phoenix is a manga series by Osamu Tezuka. Tezuka considered Phoenix his "life's work"; it consists of 12 books, each of which tells a separate, self-contained story and takes place in a different era. The plots go back and forth from the remote future to prehistoric times. Several of the stories have been adapted into anime series and OVAs, and even a live-action movie. As of 2007, the entire manga series is available in English-language translations.
    • also known as Phoenix
  17. Phønix a.k.a. Phoenix is a fireboat owned by State of California and operated by the city of San Francisco in the San Francisco Bay since 1955. Phoenix is known for helping to save Marina District buildings from further destruction by fire following the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake. Her worthy assistance resulted in a second vintage fireboat obtained for the city. Both Guardian and Phoenix are based at Firehouse No. 35 at Pier 22½ of the Port of San Francisco. Phoenix often leads parades of ships, and takes part in welcoming ceremonies.
  18. Phønix a.k.a. Phoenix is a TV program.
    • also known as Firebird
    • begun on and completed on (28 years ago)
    • 8 episodes of 65 minutes each
    • country: South Korea
    • award:
      • PaekSang Arts Award for Best Leading Actor in Television nomination for Yu In-chon
      • PaekSang Arts Award for Best Leading Actor in Television, received by Yu In-chon
  19. Phønix a.k.a. Phoenix: In the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game, the phoenix is a type of magical beast.
  20. Phønix a.k.a. Phoenix, originally The Phoenix, is one of two journals of the Classical Association of Canada, and the oldest classics journal published in Canada.
  21. Phønix a.k.a. The Phoenix was a steamboat that was built in 1807 by John Stevens and his son, Robert L. Stevens, at Hoboken, New Jersey.
  22. Phønix a.k.a. The Phoenix was a ship involved in the maritime fur trade of the Pacific during the late 18th century.
  23. Phønix a.k.a. Phoenix was a samizdat literary journal published between 1960 and 1966 by Yuri Galanskov. Only two issues were ever printed and it died after the arrest of its publisher.
  24. Phønix a.k.a. The BAE Systems Phoenix was an all-weather, day or night, real-time surveillance Unmanned Air Vehicle. It had a twin-boom UAV with a surveillance pod, from which the imagery was data linked to a ground control station that also controlled the aircraft in flight. It was the third generation of UAV in British Army service with the Royal Artillery after SD/1 and Canadair Midge.
    • also known as Phoenix
  25. Phønix a.k.a. Phoenix was an East Indiaman, launched in 1785. She made six voyages for the Honourable East India Company. On her sixth voyage, while under the command of Captain William Moffat, she captured a French 14-gun privateer. Her last voyage ended in 1802 and her subsequent fate is unknown.
  26. Phønix a.k.a. The Phoenix was the first Russian-American Company ship built in Russian America. It was constructed under the direction of James George Shields, a British mariner in the employ of the Russian Navy, using mainly local materials. The boat was three-masted, 90 feet long, with a cargo capacity of 180 tons. The ship was named after the Phoenix, a trading vessel involved in the sea otter trade. In turn, it is the namesake of Phoenix Bay on Afognak Island. It was lost in a storm in 1799, a sinking that claimed the life of Joasaph Bolotov, first Bishop of Kodiak.
  27. Phønix a.k.a. Phoenix is a multipurpose Radar Data Processing System / Surveillance Data Processing System - a.k.a. tracker - used for many ATC applications in the Deutsche Flugsicherung, and is continuously extended and maintained ever since. PHOENIX is also foreseen as a fundamental component for all future ATM systems in the DFS into the 2020s and part of the DFS initiative for “ATS componentware” in the European SESAR programme.

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