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Atlantic.

Business

  1. Atlantic. a.k.a. Atlantic Records is an American record label best known for its numerous recordings of rhythm and blues, rock and roll, jazz, and hip hop. Over its first 20 years of operation Atlantic earned a reputation as one of the most important American recording labels, specializing in jazz, R&B and soul recordings by African-American artists, a position greatly enhanced by its distribution deal with Stax Records.
  2. Atlantic. a.k.a. Atlantic is a cinema in Warsaw, notable as the oldest cinema still operating in that city. It was opened to the public in 1930 as a luxurious cinema with expensive tickets. As the only cinema in Warsaw it survived the Warsaw Uprising and was refurbished after the war.
  3. Atlantic. a.k.a. Atlantic Express is an airline based at Exeter International Airport in the United Kingdom. It started operations in 2008 following the collapse in 2007 of the original airline which flew the route from Jersey Airport to London Stansted Airport. Services terminated on 15 January 2007. But services from Stansted to Jersey are going to restart in May 2009. The flights will be daily and operated with ATR 72 aircraft with airline, Aurigny.
  4. Atlantic. a.k.a. Atlantic is a record label.

Groups

  1. Atlantic. a.k.a. Atlantic is a musical group.
    • also known as Powerlunch
    • members:
    • album: "Powerlunch EP"
  2. Atlantic. a.k.a. Atlantic is a musical group.
    • album: "Life Lately"

Films

  1. "Atlantic." a.k.a. "Atlantic" is a British black-and-white film, directed and produced by Ewald André Dupont and starring Franklin Dyall and Madeleine Carroll. Originally, two versions were made, the English and German-language version Atlantik were shot simultaneously. Subsequently the production of a French version began in spring 1930 using different footage and partially an altered storyline. The fourth version was released as a silent film.
  2. "Atlantic." is a film, directed by Jan-Willem van Ewijk.

Music

  1. "Atlantic." a.k.a. "Atlantic" is a song performed and composed by English alternative rock band Keane, released as the first single from their second studio album Under the Iron Sea, firstly as a download only music video and later as a 7" Vinyl limited edition. The song was premiered at a secret gig in London on 5 April 2006.
  2. "Atlantic." a.k.a. "Atlantic" is the debut album by Italian post-hardcore band Dufresne. It was released October 13, 2006.
    • genre: Screamo
    • released in (9 years ago)
  3. "Atlantic." a.k.a. "Atlantic" is the first studio album by the South African mathcore band Theatre. The album was released on 10 December 2010.
  4. "Atlantic." a.k.a. "Atlantic" is a musical album of The Wounded.
    • released in (11 years ago)
  5. "Atlantic." a.k.a. "Atlantic" is a musical EP of Frontier Theory.
    • released in (28 years ago)
  6. "Atlantic." a.k.a. "Atlantic" is a musical EP of Tarantula A.D..
    • released in (10 years ago)
  7. "Atlantic." a.k.a. "Atlantic" is a musical album of Tycho Brahe.
    • released on (8 years ago)
  8. "Atlantic." a.k.a. "Atlantic" is a musical EP of Rainer Maria.
    • released on (15 years ago)
  9. "Atlantic." a.k.a. "Atlantic" is a musical EP of Southern Shores.
    • released on
  10. "Atlantic." a.k.a. "Atlantic" is a musical album of First Signs of Frost.
    • released on (5 years ago)
  11. "Atlantic." a.k.a. "Atlantic" is a musical single of Sonar Kollektiv Orchester.
    • released on (6 years ago)
  12. "Atlantic." a.k.a. "Atlantic" is a musical album of David Walters.

Places

  1. Atlantic. a.k.a. Atlantic is a city in, and the county seat of, Cass County, Iowa, United States, located along the East Nishnabotna River. The population was 7,112 in the 2010 census, a decline from the 7,257 population in the 2000 census.
  2. Atlantic. a.k.a. Atlantic is a census-designated place in Crawford County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 43 at the 2000 census.
  3. Atlantic. a.k.a. Atlantic is an unincorporated community in eastern Carteret County situated along the Core Sound, located in what was known to early settlers of the area as Hunting Quarters. It is the location of US 70's eastern terminus and the ferry terminal for journeys to North Core Banks in the Cape Lookout National Seashore. The community is located east of the United States Marine Corps installation MCOLF Atlantic which is primarily used for helicopter and aggressor force exercises. The installation sees limited use but is manned around the clock by a security unit from MCAS Cherry Point. Atlantic is home to Luther L. Smith and Son Seafood, the last operating fish house in Atlantic. Drum Inlet Marina, the most suitable location to embark to the outer banks, is a full-service harbor. Commercial fishing has long been the primary means of earning a living in this community.
  4. Atlantic. a.k.a. Atlantic is the northernmost neighborhood of the Rainier Valley, USA, between Mount Baker Ridge and Beacon Hill. Atlantic is located in the Central District of east-central Seattle, Washington, though it may also be considered part of South Seattle and the Rainier Valley. Atlantic contains the Judkins Park neighborhood.
  5. Atlantic. a.k.a. Atlantic Station is an at-grade light rail station in the Los Angeles County Metro Rail system. It is located at the intersection of Atlantic and Pomona Boulevards in East Los Angeles. The station is served by the Gold Line. It is the southeastern terminus of the Gold Line.
  6. Atlantic. a.k.a. Atlantic is a Staten Island Railway station in the neighborhood of Tottenville, Staten Island, New York. Located roughly at Fisher Avenue and Arthur Kill Road on the main line, it is at grade level with side platforms that can hold only one car. Only the last car of a train goes to the platform. Access to the northbound platform is via the short dead-end Tracy Avenue off of Arthur Kill Road between Fisher and Wood Avenues, while the southbound platform is reached from an entrance on Ellis Street. An overpass links both platforms. One can see the original, pre-1990s SIRT station components on this line--steel corrugated walls, overpasses and original 4-foot-high station pipe railings with faded signs. The station gets its name from the former Atlantic Terra Cotta factory, which was located near the station.

Miscellanea

  1. Atlantic. a.k.a. The Atlantic in palaeoclimatology was the warmest and moistest Blytt-Sernander period, pollen zone and chronozone of Holocene northern Europe. The climate was generally warmer than today. It was preceded by the Boreal, with a climate similar to today’s, and was followed by the Subboreal, a transition to the modern. Because it was the warmest period of the Holocene, the Atlantic is often referenced more directly as the Holocene climatic optimum, or just climatic optimum.
  2. Atlantic. a.k.a. The Atlantic was built in 1903 by Townsend and Downey shipyard, and designed by William Gardner, for Wilson Marshall. The three-masted schooner was skippered by Charlie Barr and it set the record for fastest transatlantic passage by a monohull in the 1905 Kaiser's Cup race. The record remained unbroken for nearly 100 years.
  3. Atlantic. a.k.a. The Atlantic was a passenger train operated by Via Rail, serving both Canadian and U.S. territory between Montreal, Quebec and Halifax, Nova Scotia. It was previously operated by Canadian Pacific Railway as The Atlantic Limited between Montreal and Saint John, New Brunswick. It formed part of the transcontinental service for both systems.
  4. Atlantic. a.k.a. Atlantic was an Italian toy manufacturing company based in Treviglio from 1966 to 1984. In the 1970s it became widely popular both in Italy and in Europe as a producer of 1:32- and HO-scale toy soldiers. The original Atlantic company ceased to exist in 1984; in the late 1990s, the "Atlantic" brand and logo were acquired by Nexus Editrice.
  5. Atlantic. a.k.a. Atlantic was the name of an very early American steam locomotive built by inventor and foundry owner Phineas Davis for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in 1832. It is in fact the first commercially successful and practical American built locomotive and class prototype, and Davis' second constructed for the B&O, his first having won a design competition contest announced by the B&O in 1830. ATLANTICS are also the name given an entire and famous class of high speed 4-4-2 classed passenger service locomotives developed by the Baldwin Locomotive Works between 1887–1894 for express passenger services.
  6. Atlantic. a.k.a. Atlantic was a British Thoroughbred racehorse and sire. In a career that lasted from July 1873 to September 1874 he ran twelve times and won six races. After a promising, but unremarkable two-year-old season in 1873 he improved to become one of the best British colts of his generation, winning the 2000 Guineas and finishing third in the Epsom Derby. His success was achieved despite his racing career being adversely affected by his tendency to break blood vessels in his races. Atlantic was the first Classic winner ridden by Fred Archer. After his retirement, Atlantic was exported to France, where he became a successful and influential sire of winners.
    • born in (144 years ago)
  7. Atlantic. a.k.a. Atlantic was a large supermarket chain in Greece. Atlantic supermarkets were founded in 1980 by Panayiotis Apostolou. Up to 1985 the company was a small chain with just 5 stores. After 1985 the company expanded rapidly through both organic growth and a number of acquisitions and takeovers. Atlantic was a public company and its shares used to trade in the Athens Stock Exchange from 2000 up to 2010. As of 2006-2007, the company had 182 stores nationwide and was the fifth largest supermarket chain in Greece as measured by market share. The company had also operated a franchise network of smaller stores branded ARISTA. Since 2009 the company had suffered from serious financial difficulties and eventually went into liquidation. The company ceased all trading as of 3 August 2011.
  8. Atlantic. a.k.a. Atlantic was launched in 1783. She made one voyage from England to Australia in 1791 carrying convicts. Later, she made one voyage for the East India Company. Subsequently she sailed to Smyrna, Surinam, and Gibraltar, before she disappears from records in 1810.
  9. Atlantic. a.k.a. The Atlantic was made by Atlantic AG für Automobilbau, Berlin, from 1921 to 1923. It was a single-track car with two auxiliary side wheels and a two-seat tandem body. An air-cooled 2-cylinder 1.8/6.5PS engine was used.
  10. Atlantic. a.k.a. Essex Junior: The sloop Essex Junior, formerly the British whaler Atlantic, Captain Obadiah Wier, was captured by the frigate Essex, Captain David Porter, off the Galapagos Islands on 29 April 1813. Porter took Atlantic to use as a tender, named her Essex Junior, and placed her under the command of Commander John Downes. The British recaptured her on 28 March 1814 when the captured Essex. They then sent Essex Junior to New York as a cartel.
    • also known as Atlantic

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Whenever the literary German dives into a sentence, that is the last you are going to see of him until he emerges on the other side of his atlantic with his verb in his mouth. (Mark Twain)
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