American Television Series

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G4 - Television
... G4 (TV channel), an American television channel G4 Canada, a Canadian television channel devoted to technology-related programming ...
Abigail (name)
... to President John Adams Abigail Breslin (born 1996), American child actress Abigail Clancy (born 1986), English model Abbie Cornish (born 1982), Australian actress Abigail Cruttenden (born 1969), English ... Abby Holland, DC Comics character Abby Lockhart, medical doctor in the American television series ER Abby Maitland, zoologist in the British television series Primeval Abby Sciuto, forensic scientist in ...
Television - Environmental Aspects
... mercury, there is growing concern about electronic waste from discarded televisions ... Further environmental concerns related to television design and use relate to the devices' increasing electrical energy requirements ...
Miranda (given Name) - List of Fictional Characters With Given Name Miranda
... Tempest Miranda Bailey, a character in the American television series Grey's Anatomy Miranda Corneille, a character in the Canadian webcomic User Friendly Miranda ... Rowling Miranda Hobbes, a character in the American television series Sex and the City Miranda Jeffries, a character in the American film Chances Are Miranda Keyes, a ...
List Of Artistic Depictions Of Dyslexia - Films (cinema and Television) - Television Series With Dyslexic Characters
1984 - 1992 American television series, The Cosby Show Theodore Aloysius "Theo" Huxtable (Malcolm-Jamal Warner) 1994 - 1995 American television series, My So Called ... George Lopez (fictional character on the series) is portrayed as having dyslexia, which he inherited from his father George. 2005–present American television series, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia Charlie Kelly 2006–present American television series, Heroes The telepathic character Matt ...

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