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  • 61Entertainment Consumers Association — (ECA) is a United States based nonpartisan, non government, non profit organization dedicated to the interests of individuals who play computer and video games in the United States. Game consumers in the US represent over 30 million Americans and …

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  • 62Entertainment Rights — Plc is a global media company, listed on the London Stock Exchange. Its main role is in the growth of children and family television programming. [ [http://www.entertainmentrights.com/corporate/ Entertainment Rights Corporate ] ] The group was… …

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  • 63Entertainment Spotlight — is an English language entertainment news program on CTV in Quebec that airs on Sundays. The program is hosted on location in trendy locations in Montreal, and focuses on movies and leisure in and around the city. It features interviews with… …

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  • 64Entertainment (disambiguation) — Entertainment may refer to: *Entertainment, an event, performance, or activity designed to give pleasure to an audience * Entertainment! , the 1979 debut album by English post punk band Gang of Four * Entertainment , the ninth track on Rise… …

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  • 65Entertainment for All — Expo or E for All is a public video game trade show, created to allow the general public to see and experience new products from the video game industry. The inaugural E for All Expo was open October 18 to October 21 2007, at the Los Angeles… …

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  • 66Entertainment Software Rating Board — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) es una entidad auto regulada establecida en 1994 por Entertainment Software Association (ESA), la anteriormente llamada Interactive Digital Software Association (IDSA). ESRB …

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  • 67Entertainment Studios Networks — Launched May 2009 Owned by Entertainment Studios, Inc./Byron Allen Picture format 1080i Country  United States …

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  • 68entertainment law — The areas of law governing professionals and businesses in the entertainment industry, particularly contracts and intellectual property; more particularly, certain legal traditions and aspects of these areas of law that are unique to the… …

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  • 69Entertainment Centrum — refers to a type of entertainment complex in Canada developed by Pen Equity. There are four Entertainment Centrums. The Oakville, Mississauga, Whitby, and Kanata Entertainment Centrums. These plazas have movie theatres, fitness centres, and… …

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  • 70Entertainment Expo Hong Kong — is an event held by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council. The following are part of the Entertainment Expo HK: *Hong Kong International Film TV Market (FILMART) *Hong Kong Asia Film Financing Forum (HAF) *Hong Kong Digital Entertainment… …

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  • 71Entertainment Tonight UK — (usually presented on screen as simply Entertainment Tonight ) is a British version of Paramount s Entertainment Tonight celebrity news show. The British show is fronted by Amanda Byram and launched in January 2005 on pay TV channel Sky One,… …

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  • 72Entertainment Publications — is an American coupon book publisher and is currently based in Troy, Michigan. The company was founded in 1962 when Hughes and Sheila Potiker, a suburban Detroit couple, developed a local coupon book offering discounts on sporting events, leisure …

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  • 73Entertainment Weekly — Beschreibung Aktuelle Zeitschrift Fachgebiet Unterhaltungskultur Sprache Englisch Erstausgabe …

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  • 74entertainment allowance — ➔ allowance * * * entertainment allowance UK US noun [C] ACCOUNTING ► an amount of money that an employee is given to pay for taking customers or possible customers out to restaurants, bars, etc.: »The mayor s allowance of €33,000 includes an… …

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  • 75Entertainment tax — is a tax on entertainment. In India, movie tickets, large commercial shows and large private festival celebrations attract entertainment tax …

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  • 76Entertainment Studios — was a television magazine talk show hosted by Byron Allen. The show was typically in one on one format with Allen sitting across the celebrity whom he interviewed. Guests were often athletes or actors/actresses who recently released a movie. A… …

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  • 77Entertainment journalism — is an umbrella term used to describe all forms of journalism that focus on the entertainment business and its products. Like fashion journalism, entertainment journalism covers industry specific news while targeting general audiences beyond those …

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  • 78Entertainment And Leisure Software Publishers Association — Logo de l’ELPSA. L’Entertainment and Leisure Software Publishers Association (ELSPA) est un organisme créé en 1989 par les éditeurs de logiciels britanniques. Il est connu sous le nom de European Leisure Sof …

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  • 79Entertainment Software Publishing — Dates clés 1997 (création) Produits Radiant Silvergun Ikaruga Grandia …

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  • 80Entertainment and leisure software publishers association — Logo de l’ELPSA. L’Entertainment and Leisure Software Publishers Association (ELSPA) est un organisme créé en 1989 par les éditeurs de logiciels britanniques. Il est connu sous le nom de European Leisure Sof …

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