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List Of Awards And Nominations Received By A-ha - Goldene Europa Award
... award Category Won / Awarded / Nominated 2001 Goldene Europa Award Comeback des Jahres Award Won 1988 Goldene Europa Award Best Album ( Stay On These Roads ) Won 1986 Goldene Europa Award Best ...
List Of Spacecraft From The Space Odyssey Series - Tsien
... Jupiter before the Cosmonaut Alexei Leonov, the Tsien makes a perfect landing on Europa, prompting China to lay claim to the moon ... Heywood Floyd interprets their actions as an attempt by the Chinese to use Europa as a refuelling point, after which they can rendezvous with Discovery One and the alien ... Before it can leave Europa, the ship is destroyed by the primitive life dwelling beneath the surface of the moon ...
MS Europa (1999)
... The MS Europa is a cruise ship owned and operated by the German company Hapag-Lloyd ... It is the 4th ship to be named Europa in the company's history ... For twelve years in row, the MS Europa was awarded the title "best cruise ship in the world" by Ward-Ranking and Berlitz ...
Europa - Other Uses
... Europa (oil company), an oil company that operated in New Zealand until its purchase by BP in 1989 Europa (web portal), the official web portal of the European Union Europa, line of small engines made by ...
Caritas Europa
... Caritas Europa is a European confederation of Catholic relief, development and social service organisations operating in Europe ... Caritas Europa is one of the seven regions of Caritas Internationalis ... Caritas Europa consists of 48 national member organisations that are working in 44 European countries ...

Famous quotes containing the word europa:

    I care not what the sailors say:
    All those dreadful thunder-stones,
    All that storm that blots the day
    Can but show that Heaven yawns;
    Great Europa played the fool
    That changed a lover for a bull.
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)