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In Europe, Activision's home computer versions were titled Super Wonder Boy in Monster Land on their packaging cover ( although all the versions, except the CPC version, omits the word " Super " from the in-game title ).
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Europe and home
However, after you've seen all the historical piazzas and plazas, the places and forums, the churches and museums, the palaces and castles, and begin to feel at home in the capitals of Europe, you'll want to change your course and follow the by-roads at will, far from the market places.
For those who plan to travel to Europe by one route and return by another some agencies offer a service whereby you can pick up a car in one city on arrival and leave it in another city, or even another country, when you are ready to return home.
Enrique Jorda, conductor and musical director of the San Francisco Symphony, will fulfill two more guest conducting engagements in Europe before returning home to open the symphony's Golden Anniversary season, it was announced.
Nobel travelled for much of his business life, maintaining companies in various countries in Europe and North America and keeping a permanent home in Paris from 1873 to 1891.
Through the late 1970s and early 1980s, the group's popularity continued to grow ( although they were always more popular in North America and Continental Europe than in their home country, never achieving a UK Top 40 single or Top 20 album ).
These specimens began to arrive in Europe in 1522, when the survivors of Ferdinand Magellan's expedition brought them home.
The best selling model, the Amiga 500, was introduced in 1987 and became the leading home computer of the late 1980s and early 1990s in much of Western Europe.
It was designed to compete in the mid-1980s home computer market dominated by the Commodore 64 and the Sinclair ZX Spectrum, where it successfully established itself primarily in the United Kingdom, France, Spain, and the German-speaking parts of Europe.
In Europe there is a home composting standard and associated logo that enables consumers to identify and dispose of packaging in their compost heap.
" Ogan saw " media imperialism often described as a process whereby the United States and Western Europe produce most of the media products, make the first profits from domestic sales, and then market the products in Third World countries at costs considerably lower than those the countries would have to bear to produce similar products at home.
Pennsylvania and Delaware were home to a large population of self-sufficient farmers from various parts of Europe, especially Germany.
From the 1950s onwards London became home to a large number of immigrants, largely from Commonwealth countries such as Jamaica, India, Bangladesh Pakistan, which dramatically changed the face of London, turning it into one of the most diverse cities in Europe.
Feudal levies could only be raised for a fixed length of time before they returned home, forcing an end to a campaign ; mercenary forces, often called Brabançons after the Duchy of Brabant but actually recruited from across northern Europe, could operate all year long and provide a commander with more strategic options to pursue a campaign, but cost much more than equivalent feudal forces.
Having become a thorn in the side of the equally anti-Semitic local authorities, Imi left his home, family and friends in 1940 on the last refugee ship to escape Europe.
* Lithuania has the highest FTTH ( Fiber to the home ) penetration rate in Europe ( 18 % in late 2009 ) according to FTTH Council Europe
In 1819 – 1820, Johann Baptist von Spix and Carl Friedrich Philipp von Martius were engaged in an expedition to Brazil, and on their return to Europe, amongst other collections of natural objects they brought home an important set of the fresh water fish of Brazil, and especially of the Amazon River.
Liverpool is one of the best supported clubs in the world, with one of the highest average home attendances in Europe.
As Tunis was Muslim territory, his body was subject to the process known as mos Teutonicus ( a postmortem funerary custom used in mediæval Europe whereby the flesh was boiled from the body, so that the bones of the deceased could be transported hygienically from distant lands back home.
Manchester United is reputed to be the most popular football club in the world, with one of the highest average home attendance in Europe.
People began to study the Bible at home, which effectively decentralized the means of informing the public on religious matters and was akin to the individualistic trends present in Europe during the Protestant Reformation.
She dropped out after a year, and made her professional debut in 1960 on her father's television special, The Frank Sinatra Timex Show: Welcome Home Elvis, welcoming the return of Elvis Presley home from Europe following his discharge from service in the US Army.
It is not clear when and where olive trees were first domesticated: in Asia Minor in the 6th millennium ; Greece has by far the largest per capita consumption of olive oil worldwide, over 26 liters per person per year ; Spain and Italy, around 14 l ; Tunisia, Portugal, Syria, Jordan and Lebanon, around 8 l. Northern Europe and North America consume far less, around 0. 7 l, but the consumption of olive oil outside its home territory has been rising steadily.
Europe and computer
MIET ( Member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology ) is recognised in Europe as Electrical and computer ( technology ) engineer
At its headquarters in Reading, England, one of the largest supercomputer complexes in Europe is linked by high-speed telecommunication lines to the computer systems of the national weather services of its supporting states.
At that time, it was the only working computer in continental Europe, and the second computer in the world to be sold, only beaten by the BINAC, which never worked properly after it was delivered.
Some council-member states proposed an additional protocol to the Council of Europe Cybercrime Convention, addressing materials and " acts of racist or xenophobic nature committed through computer networks "; it was negotiated from late 2001 to early 2002, and, on 7 November 2002, the Council of Europe Committee of Ministers adopted the protocol's final text titled Additional Protocol to the Convention on Cyber-crime, Concerning the Criminalisation of Acts of a Racist and Xenophobic Nature Committed through Computer Systems, (" Protocol ").
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Simultaneously, a group of ex-employees and product owners collaborated to form The Synclavier Company, primarily as a maintenance organization for existing customers, but with an eye to adapting Synclavier software for stand-alone personal computer use, while in Europe the previously profitable, but now motherless, NED Europe is currently run by ex-head of European operations, Steve Hills and is still trading to this day ( 2005 ) in London, England as Synclavier Europe
In Europe, accreditation of computer engineering schools is done by a variety of agencies part of the EQANIE network.
In Europe, the early years of personal computing ( 1981 – 1985 ) were spearheaded by the very aggressive marketing of inexpensive home computers with the theme " Why buy your child a video game and distract them from school when you can buy them a home computer that will prepare them for university?
In Europe, " computer programs as such " are excluded from patentability and European Patent Office policy is consequently that a program for a computer is not patentable if it does not have the potential to cause a " further technical effect " beyond the inherent technical interactions between hardware and software.
* Computability in Europe, an international organization of computability theorists, computer scientists, mathematicians
The Power Macintosh 8500 ( the 120 MHz model is also known as Power Macintosh 8515 in Europe and Japan ) was a high-end Macintosh personal computer designed, manufactured and sold by Apple Computer from 1995 until 1997.
In the 1994 computer game Sid Meier's Colonization, finding a Fountain of Youth in a Lost City rumor would bring several people to the docks in Europe ; this could be found several times during one game.
The Royal Liberty School in Upper Brentwood Road was the first school in Britain ( and possibly in Europe ) to install an electronic computer ( an Elliot 903, in 1965 ).
To play the DVD ( outside of Europe ), you need need a " multi-region " or " region-free " PAL compatible DVD player or computer.
In the former Soviet Union and Eastern / Central Europe, the ZX Spectrum often has a cult status similar to the Commodore 64 in the Western Europe: it was the most popular 8-bit homecomputer and also the first computer for many computer and demoscene enthusiasts.