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were and rebranded
However, following NTL's acquisition of Virgin Mobile, the NTL and Telewest services were rebranded Virgin Media on February 8, 2007, creating a single cable operator covering more than 95 % of the UK cable market.
Consequently, stations in Ohio were rebranded as Humble, and remained so until the Exxon brand came into use.
In 1961, Humble stations in Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas were rebranded to Enco.
By 1967, Humble Oil's Esso stations in the Southeast were rebranded to Enco.
Films made in Warsaw or Vilna were often rebranded with German language intertitles and shown in Berlin.
In 1962, the gasoline product lines marketed as Mobilgas and Mobilgas Special were rebranded as Mobil Regular and Mobil Premium in a move to emphasize the shortened brand name " Mobil " in promotional efforts although Mobiloil continued as a single word term until the 1970s.
Prinz and Prinztronic were own-brand trade names of the British Dixons photographic and electronic goods stores retail chain, which was later rebranded as Currys Digital stores, and became part of DSG International.
Several dedicated magazines were released including Sinclair User ( 1982 ), Your Spectrum ( 1983 ), rebranded as Your Sinclair in 1986, and CRASH ( 1984 ).
* These former Jewel-Osco or Jewel stores are now owned by Niemann Foods and were rebranded as Cub Foods – County Market
* All freestanding Osco drugstores ( 90 stores in Illinois and Wisconsin ) were sold to CVS and rebranded as CVS / pharmacy.
Some Eisner Food Stores locations were rebranded " Eisner-Osco ".
By 2007 these stores were rebranded as CVS Pharmacy.
In 1956, the Pan-Am stations in the southeastern U. S. were rebranded as Amoco stations.
WIC's remaining stations were maintained as twinstick stations and were eventually integrated into a secondary system known as CH ( rebranded as E!
In 1988, the Hammersmith & City and East London lines were rebranded as separate lines.
They were founder members of the FA Premier League in 1992 and survived at that level until 2000, but relocated to Milton Keynes, some 70 miles away in Buckinghamshire, in a controversial move in 2003, being rebranded as Milton Keynes Dons in 2004.
Shops throughout Northern Europe were rebranded to MyTravel however UK retail outlets remained under the banner of Going Places due to the immense brand awareness and popularity-a brand that continually wins the accolade of ‘ UK ’ s Favourite Travel Agent ’ as voted for by Daily Mail readers.
Nickelodeon announced in February 2009 that Noggin and The N were to be rebranded as Nick Jr. and TeenNick to bring both channels in line with the Nickelodeon brand identity.
All locations that were not sold off were rebranded as Macy's, except for one Hecht's location in Friendship Heights.
Most of its 479 stores were rebranded as Morrisons, with others being sold off.
All but one of them were developed and published by Bandai, though some of them were rebranded and republished by Nintendo.
Hasbro acquired the rights to sell them in the United States but, instead of selling them under their original names, they were rebranded as " The Transformers ".

were and under
`` Even when the islands were under German mandate before World War 1,, Europeans gave Eromonga a wide berth.
Crowds press along the terraces, down the steps, in and out of the arcades, massing against it as though it were a fortress under siege.
The Frankfurt years were particularly noteworthy for his performance of Berg's Wozzek soon after the Berlin premiere under Erich Kleiber, and the world premiere of Schonberg's Von heute auf morgen.
But the fences were still in place fifty-odd years ago, and when we stood on the gate to look over, the sidewalk under our eyes was not cement but two rows of paving stones with grass between and on both sides.
One is that they were established, or gained eminence, under pressure provided by these same immigrants, from whom the old families wished to segregate their children.
But what you could not know, of course, was how smoothly the Victorian Fitzgerald was to lead into an American Fitzgerald of my own vintage under whose banner we adolescents were to come, if not of age, then into a bright, taut semblance of it.
The `` orphaned poems '' mentioned in the letter to Meynell comprised a group of five sonnets, which were published in the 1913 edition of Thompson's works under the heading `` Ad Amicam '', plus certain other completed pieces and rough drafts gathered together in one of the familiar exercise books.
Though Catherine was vexed at the number of French officers streaming to the Turkish standard, there were several under her own, such as the Prince De Nassau ; ;
When, in March, 1640, the two towns were united under Coddington, Gorton claimed the union was irregular and illegally constituted and that it had never been sanctioned by the majority of freeholders.
At his death Fred and Ralph, my husband, were named executors of the estate under the terms of the will.
In order to prevent this, Washington hastened to dispatch several units to reinforce the fort, including a force under the Marquis De Lafayette containing some 160 of Morgan's riflemen, all who were fit for duty at this time, the rest having no shoes.
A picket guard of about 350, mostly Hessians, were attacked by the Americans under Lafayette, and driven back to their camp, some twenty to thirty of them falling before the riflemen's fire.
When the negotiations began, his quarrel with the king of France was temporarily in abeyance, and he had no intention of reviving it so long as there was hope that French money would come to pay the troops who, under Charles of Valois, the papal vicar of Tuscany, were so valuable in the crusade against the Colonna cardinals and their Sicilian allies.
In a matter of months the War Department built thirty-two camps, each one accommodating fifty thousand men -- sixteen were under canvas in the South and sixteen with frame structures in the North.
And although they were, as I have indicated, under increasing strain at the time of Racine, they are still alive in his theatre.
Sessions devoted to `` Ethics and Foreign Policy Trends '', `` Moral Principle and Political Judgment '', `` Christian Ethics in the Cold War '' and related subjects proved to be much livelier under this procedure than if Catholics were merely talking to themselves.
Of the major expansions in 1960, three were financed under the R. I. Industrial Building Authority's 100% guaranteed mortgage plan: Collyer Wire, Leesona Corporation, and American Tube & Controls.
These were educated men, who, as Mr. Justice Holmes was fond of saying, formed their inductions out of experience under the burden of responsibility.
Following reaction the cells were scratched with a file and opened under a 20% aqueous sodium iodide solution.
Carrier Af was added and the aqueous and organic phases were separated ( cells containing gaseous reactants were immersed in liquid air before opening under sodium iodide ).
When paper electrophoresis was to be used for preparation, eight strips of a whole serum sample or a chromatographic fraction concentrated by negative pressure dialysis were run/chamber under the conditions described above.
In criticism of the latter's views, his conclusions were based upon dog lung injection studies in which all of the vascular channels were first filled with a solution under pressure and then were injected with various sized colored particles designed to stop at the arteriolar level.

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