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Terra Nova (blog)
... Terra Nova is a collaborative blog for academics and professionals in game studies ... by Edward Castronova, Julian Dibbell, Dan Hunter, and Greg Lastowka, Terra Nova initially focused heavily on research and questions surrounding real money trading (RMT) in online virtual worlds ... Terra Nova is cited in the traditional media on issues of gaming in virtual worlds, most notably issues regarding Second Life and World of Warcraft ...
List Of Quadrangles On Venus
... Name Number Latitude Longitude Ishtar Terra I-2490 57-90° N 0-360° E Guinevere Planitia I-2457 0-57° N 180-300° E Sedna Planitia I-2466 0-57° N 300-60° E Niobe Planitia I-2467 0-57 ...
Terra - Other Uses
... Terra Film, German film company Terra (currency), proposed global currency Terra (butterfly), genus Terra (manufacturing), manufacturing company ...
Stein Ole Larsen
... Since 2007 he has been Chief Executive Officer of Terra-Gruppen ... In 2007 he started working as Director of Banking in Terra-Gruppen, and took over as CEO after Ola Sundt Ravnestad retired due to the Terra Securities scandal ...
Chateau Frontenac Apartments - Description
... an eight-story apartment building constructed from buff brick, with off-white terra cotta details and a hipped roof of green Spanish tile ... tile-roofed projecting pavilion containing a terra cotta fountain with a dolphin motif ... Cartouches of terra cotta were placed between the top-floor windows, and decorative terra cotta eave brackets were beneath the roof ...

Famous quotes containing the word terra:

    Treading the soil of the moon, palpating its pebbles, tasting the panic and splendor of the event, feeling in the pit of one’s stomach the separation from terra ... these form the most romantic sensation an explorer has ever known ... this is the only thing I can say about the matter. The utilitarian results do not interest me.
    Vladimir Nabokov (1899–1977)

    Treading the soil of the moon, palpating its pebbles, tasting the panic and splendor of the event, feeling in the pit of one’s stomach the separation from terra ... these form the most romantic sensation an explorer has ever known ... this is the only thing I can say about the matter. The utilitarian results do not interest me.
    Vladimir Nabokov (1899–1977)

    His firm stanzas hang like hives in hell
    Or what hell was, since now both heaven and hell
    Are one, and here, O terra infidel.
    Wallace Stevens (1879–1955)