Afterlife

[Nocturnal Rites album] Afterlife is the fourth studio album by Swedish power metal band Nocturnal Rites, released in 2000. ==Track listing== All music and lyrics by Nocturnal Rites ==Credits== ...
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[Dream Theater song] http://www.tioh.hqda.pentagon.mil/Awards/Ribbons/OrderofPrecedence.htm ...
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[Joe Jackson album] Afterlife is a 2004 live album by Joe Jackson. As he made television appearances to promote the album, Jackson insisted that the quartet`s reunion had been a one-off. Meanwhile, his recording of "Steppin` Out" was used in a television advertisement for Lincoln-Mercury automobiles. == Track listing == All tracks composed
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[comics] Afterlife is an OEL manga published by Tokyopop and created by Stormcrow Hayes (writer) and Rob Steen (illustrator). The comic is out of print as of August 31, 2009. == Synopsis == The three volume series gives an interestingly dark alternate view of where everyone goes when they die. It`s a bleak, bland seemingly pointless place p
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[episode] Alexander "Alex" Gordon Higgins (18 March 1949 – 24 July 2010), also known by his nickname of Hurricane Higgins, was a Northern Irish professional snooker player who was twice World Champion and twice runner-up. Higgins earned the nickname The Hurricane because of his speed of play. Higgins was also a former World Doubles champi
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[musician] Afterlife is UK chillout producer/writer/remixer Steve Miller. He has had a number of tracks on the Cafe Del Mar series. Rachel Lloyd was one of the earliest vocalists on Miller`s albums, including the track "Dub In Ya Mind". The latest vocals on the new Afterlife album "Electrosensitive" Bargrooves/Defected 2009 are courtesy of
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Afterlife

[disambiguation] The afterlife refers to a belief in life after death. Afterlife may also refer to: == Film == == Literature == == Music == == Television == == Video games == == See also == ...
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Afterlife

[video game] Afterlife is a god game released by LucasArts in 1996 that places the player in the role of a semi-omnipotent being known as a Demiurge, with the job of creating a functional Heaven and Hell to reward or punish the citizens of the local planet. The player does not assign citizens to their various punishments and rewards, since
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[TV series] First broadcast in 2005, the show ran for two series, and after the end of the second series ITV decided not to renew it. == Plot summary == The main characters of the series are the psychic, Alison Mundy (played by Lesley Sharp) and the academic who becomes involved with her due to his sceptical interest in the paranormal, Dr R
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Afterlife

[EP] The Afterlife EP preceded Cradle of History, Global Goon`s second album for Rephlex Records. The title track, "Afterlife", also appears on Cradle of History. ==Track listing== ...
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Afterlife

[The Outer Limits] "Afterlife" is an episode of The Outer Limits television series. It first aired on 19 May 1996, during the second season. ==Introduction== A criminal wrongly convicted of murder is given a choice: to be the subject of a dangerous experiment with alien DNA, or the death penalty. ==Opening narration== ==Plot== Stiles is a m
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afterlife

[n] - life after death
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Belief that life does not end with death but continues in some other form or in some other place, granting some form of immortality. Belief in an afterlife of some kind is a hallmark of all...
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afterlife

noun life after death
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Afterlife

The afterlife (also referred to as life after death, the Hereafter, the Next World, or the Other Side) is the belief that a part of, or essence of, or soul of an individual, which carries with it and confers personal identity, survives the death of the body of this world and this lifetime, by natural or supernatural means, in contrast to the belie
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afterlife

Belief that life does not end with death but continues in some other form or in some other place, granting some form of immortality. Belief in an afterlife of some kind is a hallmark of all religions. Notions of what happens range from reincarnation into another body (Buddhists, Hindus, and Sikhs usually teach this) to being resurrected from death
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Afterlife

the life that may come after death. The Egyptians believed that the soul could be re-born after death and have another life, the afterlife.
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[Avenged Sevenfold song] "Afterlife" is a song by American heavy metal band Avenged Sevenfold. The song is released as the third single from their self-titled album. The song itself features a string orchestra and was written by the band`s drummer, The Rev. It was voted the best song of the new album on the band`s homepage. The single and a
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[film] AfterLife is a 2003 film drama set in Scotland directed by Alison Peebles and original screen play by Andrea Gibb. An ambitious Scottish journalist forced to choose between his high-flying career or caring for his younger sister who has Down`s Syndrome. Afterlife won the Audience Award at The Edinburgh Film Festival 2003. Stars Linds
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Afterlife

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[play] Afterlife is a 2008 play by Michael Frayn. It tells the life and career of Austrian theatrical director and actor Max Reinhardt, from the revival of the Salzburg Festival in 1920, which he helped to re-establish, until his death in New York in 1943. It draws from Hugo von Hofmannsthal`s 1911 play Jedermann (based on the sixteenth-cen
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[film] Afterlife is a 1978 animated short by Ishu Patel that takes an impressionistic look at life after death, based on recent studies, case histories and myths. In the film, the afterlife state is portrayed as a working-out of all the individual`s past experiences. Afterlife was produced by Derek Lamb for the National Film Board of Canada
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[novel] Afterlife is a fantasy novel by Claudia Gray released on March 3, 2011. It is the fourth and final part of the Evernight series, concluding the ongoing plot from the previous novel Hourglass, which began in the first novel Evernight and ran into the second, Stargazer. ==Synopsis== Bianca now a wraith, and Lucas, now a vampire, must
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[Bush song] "Afterlife" is a 2010 song by British post-grunge band Bush from their fifth album The Sea of Memories. It was released as a promo single in June 2010. ==Music video== No music video was made, however a lyric video was uploaded on Bush`s official YouTube account to promote the single. ==Chart positions== ...
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