• According to the game's fictional history, archeologists found an entrance to a vast underground cavern in the 1980s near a volcano in New Mexico.
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  • Although this is one of the most prominent examples of product placement in video gaming history, it is generally looked upon relatively favorably amongst gamers, perhaps because it gives a sense of realism to the fictional cities in the game.
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  • Based on Bannon's own experiences, the plot involved a lesbian relationship between two sorority sisters in a fictional sorority at a fictional midwestern university.
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  • Bohlwinkel, in later editions and subsequently to a South American of a fictional country – São Rico.
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  • Critics have compared House to fictional detectives Nero Wolfe, Hercule Poirot, and Adrian Monk, and to Perry Cox, a cantankerous doctor on the television show Scrubs.
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  • For some years, Joyce nursed the eccentric plan of turning over the book to his friend James Stephens to complete, on the grounds that Stephens was born in the same hospital as Joyce exactly one week later, and shared the first name of both Joyce and of Joyce's fictional alter-ego (this is one example of Joyce's numerous superstitions).
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  • French author Gilles Leroy wrote a fictional autobiography called Alabama Song (2007), it won the Prix Goncourt, France's highest literary honor.
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  • He was the first of only three completely fictional characters to be given the award; Godzilla (1996) and Chewbacca (1997) are the others.
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  • However, these models were rarely featured in educational manuscripts; instead fictional letters found in numerous manuscripts were used.
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  • In 2008, Shore Thing, a short fictional film inspired by the attacks, directed by Lovari and James Hill was released and appeared in several U.S. film festivals.
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  • In an interview with the French video game magazine Joypad, Matsuno stated that both titles are set in the same fictional world of Ivalice.
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  • In contrast to Rousseau's presentation of Sophie, the fictional figure he employs in Book V of Emile to represent the ideal woman, who is enamoured of her own image in a mirror and who falls in love with a character in a novel, Wollstonecraft depicts Mrs.
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  • In his introduction to 1921's Men, Women and Boats, one of the first Crane anthologies, Vincent Starrett noted the difference in tone between The Monster and the 14 other tales that Crane set in the fictional Whilomville.
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  • In the above fictional example, arthritic symptoms are more likely on days with no rain.
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  • In the series, she lives in the fictional town of River Heights with her father, attorney Carson Drew, and their housekeeper, Hannah Gruen.
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  • Lucas revisited the scene in the 1997 Special Edition release of A New Hope, restoring the sequence and replacing Mulholland with a CGI version of Jabba the Hutt and the English dialogue with Huttese, a fictional language created by sound designer Ben Burtt.
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  • Many of the World of Mana titles have not been as critically successful as the original five games in the series, and though the franchise has been praised for their attempts at trying new ways of experiencing the games' fictional world, there have been various gameplay design flaws that have hindered the later games.
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  • Many of Wilson's other works, fictional and nonfictional, also make reference to the Illuminati or the Illuminatus! books.
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  • Most importantly, the two were not among his historical students since they are fictional characters.
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  • Primary among these is Leibnizian optimism (sometimes called Panglossianism after its fictional proponent), which Voltaire ridicules with descriptions of seemingly endless calamity.
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