Some articles on north american version, version, american version, american:
... "I Want You to Be Mine" (demo version) Scherpenzeel 446 2 ... "Irene" (instrumental, demo version) Scherpenzeel 422 ...
... Final Fantasy IV - In the North American version, references to Christianity were altered or removed from the game, as well as certain images ... Super Castlevania IV - Japan version has blood dripping on title screen ... in the opening cinematic doesn't have the cross showing in the American version ...
... by Rina Satō (Japanese), Michelle Ann Dunphy (English) In the North American version, her nickname is Lily ... Maitsen?) Voiced by Daisuke Ono (Japanese), Yuri Lowenthal (English) In the North American version, his name is changed to Raze ... by Ikuji Nose (Japanese), Dave Wittenberg (English) In the North American version, his name is changed to Reicher ...
... The American Prisoner is a novel written by Eden Phillpotts, published in America in 1904 and adapted into a film in 1929 ... The story concerns an English woman who lives at Fox Tor farm, and an American captured during the American Revolutionary War and held at the prison at ...
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“The Anglo-Saxon hive have extirpated Paganism from the greater part of the North American continent; but with it they have likewise extirpated the greater portion of the Red race. Civilization is gradually sweeping from the earth the lingering vestiges of Paganism, and at the same time the shrinking forms of its unhappy worshippers.”
—Herman Melville (18191891)
“Exercise is the yuppie version of bulimia.”
—Barbara Ehrenreich (b. 1941)
“New York is a meeting place for every race in the world, but the Chinese, Armenians, Russians, and Germans remain foreigners. So does everyone except the blacks. There is no doubt but that the blacks exercise great influence in North America, and, no matter what anyone says, they are the most delicate, spiritual element in that world.”
—Federico García Lorca (18981936)
“The reason American cars dont sell anymore is that they have forgotten how to design the American Dream. What does it matter if you buy a car today or six months from now, because cars are not beautiful. Thats why the American auto industry is in trouble: no design, no desire.”
—Karl Lagerfeld (b. 1938)