Special Edition Models

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Craig Charles - Filmography and Credits
... footage) 1994 Big Break in Wonderland Himself - contestant BBC1 charity Christmas special of snooker competition, aired 27 December 1995 Red Dwarf Smeg Outs Dave Lister ... Universe Challenge Himself - contestant BBC special Red Dwarf edition of University Challenge 1998 Can't Smeg, Won't Smeg Dave Lister - contestant Special edition of BBC2's ... tabloid newspaper world 2004 The Weakest Link Himself - contestant Charity edition of BBC1 quiz show ...
Honda Life - Fifth Generation (2008-present) - Chronology
... 2008 November 6 Performed a full model change to the fifth generation, went on sale from November 07. 2009 June 4 "PASTEL", "PASTEL turbo" special edition models equipped with headlamps, etc ... based on the "HID Special" announced, sold from June 11 ...
Mitsubishi RVR - Second Generation (1997–2002)
... Grandis", while still being the shortened model and sharing the components for reuse ... The model offers a significant face lift, which was done to mirror the image design of the Chariot Grandis and its brisk sales in 1999 at the time ... The high performance model "Sports Gear X3", came with a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob with self-leveling xenon headlights, and the ...
Spiel Des Jahres - Previous Winners - Special Awards
... Enterprises New game worlds Space Alert Vlaada Chvátil Czech Games Edition 2008 Complex game Agricola Uwe Rosenberg Lookout Games 2007 no special prizes awarded 2006 Complex game ...

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