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BMW 3 Series (E21)

The BMW 3 Series is a line of cars made by BMW from 1975 through 1983, the first generation of the 3 Series. The E21 eventually succeeded the 02 Series. It was followed by the second-generation E30, continuing on to the current seventh generation G20. Initial models were produced in a two-door sedan body style with four-cylinder petrol engines. Fuel-injected engines were introduced in late 1975 and 6-cylinder engines were added in 1977. A cabriolet body style - manufactured by Baur - was produced from 1978 to 1981. There was no BMW M3 model for the E21 generation, but several limited editi ...

BMW

Bayerische Motoren Werke AG, translated in English as Bavarian Motor Works, commonly referred to as BMW), is a German multinational company which produces automobiles and motorcycles. The company was founded in 1916 as a manufacturer of aircraft engines, which it produced from 1917 until 1918 and again from 1933 to 1945. Automobiles are marketed under the brands BMW, Mini and Rolls-Royce, and motorcycles are marketed under the brand BMW Motorrad. In 2015, BMW was the worlds twelfth-largest producer of motor vehicles, with 2.279.503 vehicles produced. BMW is headquartered in Munich and prod ...

Lotus E21

The Lotus E21 is a Formula One racing car designed and built by the Lotus F1 team for use in the 2013 championship. The car was driven by 2007 World Champion Kimi Raikkonen and Romain Grosjean, both of whom remained with the team after competing in 2012. The E21 was the first of the 2013 season cars to be launched.

List of geographic interiors

Coastal regions of a territory are often the most densely populated due to their greater economic productivity or colonial history. This leads to a contrast with the interior of the territory, which is sparsely populated. Examples include: The Interior Plateau, official name of the parts of British Columbia between the Coast Mountains and the Columbia Mountains and the Canadian Rockies, and south of the Interior Mountains British Columbia Interior, commonly called "The Interior", the inland areas of British Columbia, Canada, including but not limited to Australian Interior or Interior of A ...

The World of Interiors

The magazine began as Interiors in November 1981. It was founded in London, England, by Kevin Kelly, with Min Hogg as editor. Its unusual interiors and literate style set it apart from other interior titles, and within two years the magazine had been bought by Conde Nast and it began publishing internationally under the name The World of Interiors (as there was already an American competitor named Interiors. Since 2000 it has been edited by Rupert Thomas, who had been the deputy editor since 1997. Fifty percent of readers work in design-related industries.

Kris Haddow

Born in Dumfriesshire in 1981, Kris was raised in the former mining village of Kirkconnel and schooled in neighbouring Sanquhar. He moved to Paisley, Renfrewshire in 2000 with the ambition of pursuing acting as a career. He spent ten years appearing in musicals and plays with various community theatre and profit share companies in Glasgow while working as a supporting artist with companies such as Scottish Ballet, the National Theatre of Scotland and BBC Scotland. Kris graduated the University of Glasgow with an MLitt in Creative Writing in 2016. Prior to this, he had studied creative writ ...

R. J. Haddy

Robert J. Haddy II is a special effects artist and airbrush dealer. He is best known as a contestant on season 2 of Syfys reality television game show, Face Off in which he was a finalist and fan favorite for the season. He returned as a veteran contestant on season 5 of Face Off, but was eliminated in episode 5.

Charles Page (photographer)

Charles Page is a Brisbane-based documentary photographer, and lecturer at the Queensland College of Art. He studied at Griffith University where he got a PhD.

Dutch Interiors

The Dutch interiors are a series of three paintings painted by Joan Miro in 1928, each inspired by Dutch Golden Age paintings of Dutch interiors. Dutch Interior I is a reinterpretation of the Lute Player by Hendrik Martenszoon Sorgh, Dutch Interior II is a reinterpretation of Children Teaching a Cat to Dance by Jan Steen, and Dutch Interior III is a reinterpretation of the Young woman at her toilet, also by Steen. They belong to a Miros period called "assassination of painting". In the Spring of 1928, during a trip to Belgium and Holland, Miro was impressed by the Dutch masters of the 17th ...

Interia

Interia, formerly Interia.pl, is a large Polish web portal created in 2000 in Krakow, Poland. It offers, among others: new email accounts, free web hosting, and domain name registration. The list of its 130 services includes the national and international headlines in the Polish language followed by business news, sports, motorization and new technologies, as well as online games, blogs, chat rooms, internet forums and a shopping arcade, not to mention the streaming radio and Internet television channels. Interia hosts one of Polish online encyclopedias, the Encyklopedia Internautica and t ...

Barry Wood (interior designer)

Trading Spaces is an hour-long American television reality program that originally aired from 2000 to 2008 on the cable channels TLC and Discovery Home. The format of the show was based on the BBC TV series Changing Rooms. The first iteration ran for eight seasons. A revival began airing on April 7, 2018, with several team members of the original run returning.

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