Disestablishments in 2005
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|!T.O.O.H.!||band||!T.O.O.H.! (an acronym for "The Obliteration of Humanity") is a progressive death metal band from the Czech Republic formed in 1990. Early in their career, the band's lyrics focused mainly on gore, but in recent years they have focused a lot more on politics and social matters.||http://bandzone.cz/tooh||Not saved yet|
|1000°||website||1000° was a German electronic dance music magazine and web portal. It was first published in August 1995. With a circulation of about 26,000 copies it quickly became the most influential techno club guide in Eastern Germany. Print editions appeared until 2001. It began online portal functions as "Der Clubguide" in 1996, lasting until 2005. The main contributors were André Quaas, Udo Israel, Mark Busse, Mario Adolphson, and Sabrina Walte.
2005 disestablishments in Germany
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|102.2 Jazz FM||radio station||102.2 Jazz FM (also known as London Jazz Radio and JFM) was a local jazz and soul music station for London run by GMG Radio. The station was based in and broadcast from Castlereagh Street in London. The station experimented with its core playlist over its fifteen-year history, incorporating smooth jazz, mainstream jazz, soul, jazz fusion, acid jazz, blues and rhythm and blues. In 1994 the station changed its name to JFM to encourage more listeners who were put off by the 'Jazz' in the station's name. Richard Wheatly was appointed in 1995 to turn the station around when there was only three months' money left to run the station. Wheatly made a number of sweeping changes to the playlist, selling a sister station and changing the name back to Jazz FM, as well as starting up a record label and spin-off business deals and opportunities which helped Jazz FM swing into the black and make a profit in 2001.||http://www.jazzfm.com||Not saved yet|
|16 Horsepower||band||16 Horsepower was an American alternative country music group based in Denver, Colorado. Their music often invoked religious imagery dealing with conflict, redemption, punishment, and guilt through David Eugene Edwards's lyrics and the heavy use of traditional bluegrass, gospel, and Appalachian instrumentation cross-bred with rock. For the bulk of its career, the band consisted of Edwards, Jean-Yves Tola, and Pascal Humbert, the latter two formerly of the French band Passion Fodder. After releasing four studio albums and touring extensively, the group broke up in 2005, citing "mostly political and spiritual" differences. The members remain active in the groups Woven Hand and Lilium.||http://www.16horsepower.net||Not saved yet|
|17th Aviation Brigade (United States)||military unit||http://8tharmy.korea.army.mil/17avn/17avnbde.htm||Not saved yet|
|22-20s||musical ensemble||22-20s were an English blues rock band, formed in 2002 in Sleaford, Lincolnshire. The band originally disbanded in December 2005 before reforming in 2008 and releasing Shake/Shiver/Moan in 2010 and Got It If You Want It in 2012. They disbanded for a second time in early 2013.||http://www.22-20s.com/site/||Not saved yet|
|3 Colours Red||rock band||3 Colours Red were an English rock band, formed in 1995 in London. They achieved their biggest chart success at the end of the 1990s, along with other British rock bands such as Ash and Feeder. The band was named by sticking a pin in a London listings magazine, Time Out. It landed randomly on an advertisement for the concluding part of the Polish film director Krzysztof Kieślowski's, Three Colors, trilogy. They went on to record two UK Top 20 albums, and six Top 40 singles.Template:Cite bookThe Public Interest (1965–2005) was a quarterly public policy journal founded by the New York intellectuals Daniel Bell and Irving Kristol in 1965. It was a leading neoconservative journal on political economy and culture, aimed at a readership of journalists, scholars and policy makers.||http://www.nationalaffairs.com/archive/public_interest/default.asp||Not saved yet|
|The Romp (website)||business||http://theromp.biz/||Not saved yet|
|The Russia Journal||newspaper||The Russia Journal is an English-language website from Russia, which is no longer updated.
2005 disestablishments in Russia
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|The Tea Party||rock band||The Tea Party is a Canadian rock music band with industrial rock, blues, progressive rock and Middle Eastern music influences, dubbed "Moroccan roll" by the media. Active throughout the 1990s and up until 2005, the band re-formed in 2011. The Tea Party released eight albums on EMI Music Canada, selling over 2 million records worldwide, including 4 double–platinum awards, 1 platinum and 4 gold albums in Canada, and achieving a No. 1 Canadian single "Heaven Coming Down" in 1999.
2005 disestablishments in Ontario
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|Timeless Festival||band||Timeless Festival was a community music festival in Huddersfield, Kirklees, which ran from 2002 to 2005. The Guardian chose the festival as its 'pick of the week' 2 years running (2004 and 2005). The festival was organised by Chocolate Fireguard Records and the Timeless Music Project and featured three stages in Ravensknowle Park, Wakefield Road, Huddersfield
2005 disestablishments in England
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|Titus Interactive||video game developer||
2005 disestablishments in France
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|Tre Små Kinesere||band||Tre Små Kinesere are a pop group based in Trondheim, Norway which, since their beginning in the 1990s, have defined their own acoustic style. They recorded nine albums between then and 2004 to come back in 2010. The band was composed of Ulf Risnes (vocals and guitar), Øystein Hegge (vocals and keyboard), and Baard Slagsvold (vocals and bass).
2005 disestablishments in Norway
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|Troika Games||video game developer||Troika Games was a video game developer co-founded by Jason Anderson, Tim Cain and Leonard Boyarsky. The company was focused on role-playing video games between 1998 and 2005, best known for Arcanum: Of Steamworks and Magick Obscura and Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines.||http://www.troikagames.com/||Not saved yet|
|Universal Airlines (Guyana)||airline||
2005 disestablishments in Guyana
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2005 disestablishments in California
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|Uphill Battle||band||Uphill Battle was an American metalcore band with elements of grindcore, based out of Santa Barbara, California, USA.||http://www.uphillbattle.org||Not saved yet|
|VASP||airline||Viação Aérea São Paulo S/A (São Paulo Airways), better known as VASP was an airline with its head office in the VASP Building on the grounds of Congonhas-São Paulo Airport in São Paulo, Brazil. It had main bases at São Paulo's two major airports, Congonhas Airport (CGH) and Guarulhos International Airport (GRU).||http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.vasp.com.br/||Not saved yet|
|VS (band)||band||http://www.officialblue.com/kkimnmn.l,,,||Not saved yet|
2005 disestablishments in Australia
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|West Caribbean Airways||airline||http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.wca.com.co/||Not saved yet|
|Western Norway University of Applied Sciences||university college||Western Norway University of Applied Sciences or HVL is a Norwegian public institution of higher education, established in January 2017 through the merging of formerly independent colleges across five campuses: Bergen, Førde, Haugesund, Sogndal and Stord. Its oldest programs - teacher education in Stord - can be traced to 1839. The total number of students at HVL is about 16000, and there are 1800 academic and administrative staff. Its main campus is in the Kronstad neighborhood of Bergen, Norway.
2005 disestablishments in Norway
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|Western Wireless Corporation||business||Western Wireless Corporation was a cellular network operator that provided mobile telecommunications service to subscribers in 19 western states and seven countries. Western Wireless marketed analog cellular service under the CELLULAR ONE brand in 88 FCC-defined rural service areas and digital PCS service under the VoiceStream brand in 19 FCC-defined metropolitan service areas. At its peak in 2004, Western Wireless provided service to 1.4 million domestic subscribers. Western Wireless obtained additional revenue from the international operations of its Western Wireless International Corporation subsidiary, which was licensed to provide wireless communications services in seven countries to a total of 1.8 million subscribers.||http://www.wwireless.com/||Not saved yet|
|Westward Ho Hotel and Casino||hotel||Westward Ho Hotel and Casino was a casino and hotel located on the Las Vegas Strip in Winchester, an unincorporated area of Clark County in the U.S. state of Nevada. The Westward Ho was the last large motel style property on the Strip. It was a two-story building with parking surrounding the buildings. The casino had a large number of slot machines, and a gaming pit with live dealers. The games included blackjack, roulette, craps, and Let It Ride.
2005 disestablishments in Nevada
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|White Hot Odyssey||band||White Hot Odyssey is an American hard rock band formed in Eugene, Oregon in 2002 by Cherry Poppin' Daddies vocalist Steve Perry and guitarist Jason Moss, along with musicians Mark Rogers (guitar), Ed Cole (bass) and Jivan Valpey (drums).
2005 disestablishments in Oregon
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|Williams Grove Amusement Park||amusement park||Williams Grove Amusement Park is an abandoned amusement park near Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania. The park operated from 1850 until 2005. It is standing but not operating. The owners still live there and are trying to preserve the park and the historic buildings on the property but face frequent vandalism. Williams Grove Amusement Park Opened to the public on Halloween night on October 31, 2016. They had a Haunted Walk Through attraction throughout the park and a close up view which was provided by Halloween Park organization.
2005 disestablishments in Pennsylvania
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|Wizo||band||Wizo is a punk rock band from Sindelfingen, Germany that formed in 1985. Their messages run from political to humorous; the band espouses left-wing politics and describes themselves as "against Nazis, racists, sexists, and other assholes!" The band split up in March 2005 and reunited in November 2009. Wizo's music is characterised by a combination of humorous and political lyrics with a fast, melodic punk rock sound. Wizo is considered part of the German movement known as "Fun-Punk".||http://www.wizo.de||Not saved yet|
|Working Designs||business||Working Designs was an American video game publisher that specialized in the localization of Japanese role-playing video games, strategy video games and top-down shooters for various platforms. Though the company had published many 'cult hits', it was known best to fans as the long-time exclusive US publisher of the Lunar series. The company was one of the few game publishers that attempted to bridge the cultural gap between the Japanese and American video game industries during the 1990s with an eclectic selection of releases from various genres, and was also one of the earliest American publishers to make use of the CD-ROM format for full, spoken English dialogue in their products at a time when voice acting was not a common feature in most mainstream games.
2005 disestablishments in California
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|XTC||band||XTC was an English rock band, formed in Swindon in 1972 who were active until 2006. Led by songwriters Andy Partridge and Colin Moulding, the band gained popularity during the rise of punk and new wave in the 1970s, later playing in a variety of styles that ranged from angular guitar riffs to elaborately arranged pop. Partly because the group did not fit into contemporary trends, they achieved only sporadic commercial success in the UK and US, but attracted a considerable cult following. They have since been recognised for their influence on Britpop and later power pop acts.||http://www.ape.uk.net/||Saved!||ArchiveBot (!a)||ape.uk.net||adla9||2015-01-10||12.6 GiB||3 warcs|
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|Yale Journal of Criticism||scientific journal||The Yale Journal of Criticism was an academic journal published by the Johns Hopkins University Press which covered all humanities disciplines. It was named best new journal by the Conference of Editors of Learned Journals in 1989 and ceased publication in 2005.||http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/yale_journal_of_criticism/||Not saved yet|
|Young You||Young Ladies comic||was a Japanese josei manga magazine published by Shueisha, based in Tokyo and first published in 1986. It ran for 22 years before being cancelled in October 2005. After the magazine's closure, Shueisha moved several series serialized in Young You to its sister magazines Chorus (now known as Cocohana) and You.
2005 disestablishments in Japan
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|Zambezia (journal)||scientific journal||http://www.ajol.info/journal_index.php?jid=44||Not saved yet|
|Zambian News Agency||business||
2005 disestablishments in Zambia
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|Zeppet Store||rock band||Zeppet Store (stylized as ZEPPET STORE) is a Japanese alternative rock band, who became known after X Japan guitarist hide signed them to his label LEMONed in 1996.||http://www.zeppetstore.jp/||Not saved yet|
|Überwachungsgeschwader||The Überwachungsgeschwader (UeG) (English surveillance squadron, French escadre de surveillance, Italian Squadra di vigilanza) was the overall unit of the Swiss Air Force professional pilots.||https://web.archive.org/web/20151113062028/http://www.lw.admin.ch/internet/luftwaffe/de/home/themen/history/ueg_variante2.html||Not saved yet|
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