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BMW 6 Series (E24)

The BMW E24 is the first generation of BMW 6 Series grand tourer coupes which was produced from 1976 to 1989 and replaced the BMW E9 coupes. The E24 was produced solely in a 2-door coupe body style. Aside from the M635CSi/M6 models, the E24 was powered by a range of BMW M30 six-cylinder engines. Initially based on the E12 5 Series chassis, the E24 switched to the newer E28 5 Series chassis in 1982. The M635CSi is the first of the BMW M6 model line and is the third BMW M-badged car. It is powered by the M88/3 straight-six engine. In North America, the vehicle is badged as "M6" and uses the ...

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 ...

Leica M6

The Leica M6 is a rangefinder camera manufactured by Leica from 1984 to 2002. The M6 combines the silhouette of the Leica M3 and Leica M4 with a modern, off-the-shutter light meter with no moving parts and LED arrows in the viewfinder. Informally it is referred to as the M6 "Classic" to distinguish it from the "M6 TTL" models, and to indicate its "Classic" M3 dimensions. The top and bottom plates were made from lighter, cheaper magnesium alloy rather than the heavier machined brass of the M3 and M4. The M6 and M6 TTL are mechanical cameras; all functions save the light meter work without b ...

M6 Toll

The M6 Toll, also called the Birmingham North Relief Road, connects M6 Junction 3a at the Coleshill Interchange to M6 Junction 11A at Wolverhampton with 27 miles of six-lane motorway. The M6 Toll is the only major toll road in Great Britain, and has two payment plazas, Great Wyrley Toll Plaza for northbound and Weeford Toll Plaza for southbound. The northbound toll plaza is situated between junctions T6 and T7, and the southbound between junctions T4 and T3. The weekday cash cost is £6.70 for a car and £12.00 for a Heavy Goods Vehicle. The M6 Toll is part of the unsigned in the UK E-road E ...

Oliver Haden

Oliver Haden is a British actor best known for his role in British film Blue Ice. He also works at the Langley Academy as deputy-head teacher and teachers 6th form Drama. In 2004 he starred in the British film A Way of Life, directed by Amma Asante, which won "The Alfred Dunhill UK Film Talent Award" at the 2004 London Film Festival and its director won the BAFTAs "Carl Foreman Award" for a debut by a British filmmaker, as well as being named The Times Breakthrough Artist Of The Year at the 2005 South Bank Show Awards. The film also won the Fipresci Prize for Best Film at the 2005 Miami In ...

Zhi Lin

Zhi Lin is a Chinese American mixed-media artist, a native of Nanjing, China. While he was a graduate fellow at the University College Londons Slade School in 1989, the political events and social movements around the world convinced him to use his artwork for social, history and cultural awareness, and" to engage political and social reforms in our society.” Since that time his work has been a visual examination of the patterns of violence, intolerance, injustice, and complicity in public behavior."

Eric Nyberg

Eric Nyberg is a Professor in the Language Technologies Institute in the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University. He is Director for the Masters Program in Computational Data Science. Nyberg has made significant research contributions to the fields of automatic text translation, information retrieval, and automatic question answering. He received his Ph.D. from Carnegie Mellon University 1992, and his BA from Boston University 1983. He has pioneered the Open Advancement of Question Answering, an architecture and methodology for accelerating collaborative research in automa ...

History of BMW

The official founding date of the German motor vehicle manufacturer BMW is 7 March 1916, when an aircraft engine manufacturer called Bayerische Flugzeugwerke AG was formed. This company was renamed to Bayerische Motoren Werke in 1922. However the name BMW dates back to 1913, when the original company used the name BMW. BMWs first product was a straight-six aircraft engine called the BMW IIIa. Following the end of World War I, BMW remained in business by producing motorcycle engines, farm equipment, household items and railway brakes. The company produced its first motorcycle, the BMW R 32 ...

I would rather cry in a BMW

"I would rather cry in a BMW" is a quotation that became an online sensation in the Peoples Republic of China in 2010. The old, long-familiar phrase was made famous by Ma Nuo, a 20-year-old female contestant on the television show Fei Cheng Wu Rao. The line was in response to a question by an unemployed suitor who asked if Ma would "ride a bicycle with him" on a date. The series of events have been summed up in the media with the quip "I would rather cry in a BMW than smile on a bicycle."

HMS E24

HMS E24 was an E-class submarine of the Royal Navy built by Vickers, Barrow-in-Furness. She was launched on 9 December 1915 and was commissioned on 9 January 1916. E24 was a mine-laying submarine. E24 was mined off Heligoland Bight on 24 March 1916. A salvage operation was attempted in 1973 as she was believed to be a German U-boat.

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