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The original name of this river, Ō-pa-waho means ' The Place of the Outward Pā ', or ' The Outpost ' and refers to this pā being an outpost ( Māori: waho ) of Kaiapoi.

Outpost and directed
* Outpost ( film ), a 2008 horror film directed by Steve Barker

Outpost and by
* The Outpost computer game and its sequel both focus on building arcologies ( called ' colonies ' in the game ) on various planets to contain what remains of Humanity after Earth is obliterated by an asteroid.
* New Terra — In the computer game Outpost 2, New Terra is the world chosen by humanity as its last hope for survival, colonized by the last survivors of Earth in starship Conestoga.
On August 18, 2006, the camp celebrated its 60th Anniversary by opening the Butler Wilderness Outpost, a Cub Scout camp for the scouts to attend.
On August 18, 2006, the camp celebrated its 60th Anniversary by opening the Butler Wilderness Outpost, a Cub Scout camp for the scouts to attend.
However, to finalise Coupling, Moffat posted some short storyline " conclusions " about the eventual fate of the characters on the website Outpost Gallifrey., although he finished by ending Jeff's story on a humorous cliffhanger.
He brought Steve Irwin to public attention with such shows as The Ten Deadliest Snakes in the World .< ref > Mark Strickson Interview in The Malaysia Star Newspaper 8 March 2005, Quoted by Outpost Gallifrey
* November 1966: Outpost manned by a task force of 12 men.
Outpost is a video game developed and published by Sierra On-Line.
It was followed by a loosely related sequel, Outpost 2.
* Outpost Universe-The Outpost Universe is a community for the Outpost series games by Sierra / Dynamix.
While Outpost Gallifrey closed during the summer of 2009, it was succeeded by the Gallifrey Base discussion forum, based in Chicago, Illinois.
A related space called Zeitgeist Outpost or Outpost 186, opened by former Zeitgeist volunteers, is now on the other side of Inman Square.
* Vanda Station: History of an Antarctic Outpost by David L. Harrowfield ( Christchurch 1999 & 2006, New Zealand Antarctic Society Inc, 52 pp. ) ISBN 0-473-06467-7
* The Last Outpost reviewed by Wil Wheaton ( Wesley Crusher )
* The Last Outpost rewatch by Keith R. A. DeCandido
WON was used by games such as Homeworld, Half-Life, Outpost 2, Star Trek: Armada, Soldier of Fortune, Dark Reign 2, Silencer, ARC and online versions of casino games as well as early entries in the Hoyle games series.
His stay on Mir, considered the smoothest of the entire Phase One program, featured weekly " Letters from the Outpost " from Thomas and passed two milestones for length of spaceflight — 815 consecutive days of Mir occupancy by American astronauts dating back to Norman Thagard's trip to Mir in March 1995.
The album, now titled Tonight and the Rest of My Life, was finished in early 1999 and was set to be released by Outpost Records, owned by Geffen Records, in August 1999.
However, not all went smoothy, as Outpost Records was eaten up by the Geffen Records / Interscope Records merger and Gordon was left without a label.

Outpost and Jones
* Indiana Jones Adventure Outpost
* Indiana Jones Adventure Outpost ( Formerly " Trader Sam's Jungle Boutique ")

', and Private
It should be noted, however, that the Class Action Fairness Act contains carve-outs for, ' inter alia ', shareholder class actions covered by the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and those concerning internal corporate governance issues ( the latter typically being brought as shareholder derivative actions in the state courts of Delaware, the state of incorporation of most large corporations ).
In a foreword to a subsequent edition of No Bed for Bacon ( which traded on the association by declaring itself " A Story of Shakespeare and Lady Viola in Love ") Ned Sherrin, Private Eye insider and former writing partner of Brahms ', confirmed that he had lent a copy of the novel to Stoppard after he joined the writing team, but that the basic plot of the film had been independently developed by Marc Norman, who was unaware of the earlier work.
What's Cookin ', Private Buckaroo, and Give Out, Sisters ( the latter portraying the sisters as old ladies ) were among the team's popular full-length films.
', the first episode introducing Private Snafu, directed by Chuck Jones, 1943
' Private Snafu vs. Malaria Mike ', 1944
' Target Snafu ', Private Snafu cartoon directed by Freleng in 1944
' Booby Traps ', Private Snafu short directed by Bob Clampett in 1944
The second episode, ' Private Enterprise ', was the tale of a music business rip off, where Peter Richardson steals a studio recording session tape and passes the results off as his own work.
It was once a favourite watering-hole of the painter Francis Bacon, whose house on Queens Road still remains as it was when he died, and several journalists and writers have been based in the lower end of the town: George Gale ( former editor of The Spectator, Daily Telegraph cartoonist and Daily Express columnist ) parodied by Private Eye magazine as ' George G. Ale ', and Peregrine Worsthorne, ( former editor of the Sunday Telegraph ) both had homes there.
The Council of State originates from the 13th century by which time the King's Court ( Curia regis ) had split into three sections, one of which was the King's Council ( Curia in consilium, later Conseil du roi ), which too broke up into three distinct parts: the Conseil secret ' Privy Council ', the Conseil privé ' Private Council ', and Conseil des finances ' Council of Finances '.
* K ' atun, Soldado, ' Private, Soldier in general ', ( Motul Dictionary, Villa Rojas 1945 )
By the end of his term Daisley was sometimes referred to as ' the man who had put the " r " back into Brent ', a statement referring to the frequent nickname ' Bent ' used by Private Eye due to the council's association with corruption.
* B. Kennett, ' W A Dwiggins The Private Press Work, Part 2 The Society of Calligraphers 1922-9 ', in Parenthesis ; 22 ( 2012 Spring ), p. 34-39
* Rigby Graham, ' John Minton as a Book Illustrator ', in The Private Library ; 2nd series 1: 1 ( 1968 Spring ), p. 7-36
* Peter Tucker, ' The book illustrations of Michael Ayrton ', in The Private Library ; 3rd series, 9: 1 ( 1986 Spring ), p. 2-52
* Peter Tucker, ' David Gentleman as book illustrator ', in The Private Library ; 4th series, 1: 2 ( 1988 Summer ), p. 50-100
* Complete text of ' Modern Cookery for Private Families ', 1868 edition, with all the additions to the 1845 American edition
The second part of the novel, ' Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner ', consists of Robert's account of his life.
Private car licence plate numbers began in the early 1900s when Singapore was one of the four Straits Settlements, with a single prefix ' S ', then adding a suffix letter S ' A ' to S ' Y ', but skipping a few like S ' H ' and S ' Z ' ( reserved for taxis and buses ), S ' D ' ( reserved for municipal vehicles ), and S ' G ' for goods vehicles large and small.

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