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[Spirou et Fantasio] Virus, written by Tome and drawn by Janry, is the 33rd album of the Spirou et Fantasio series, and the first to come from this creative team, carrying on the series after the work of previous authors. The story was initially serialised in Spirou magazine, before being released by Dupuis as a hardcover album in 1984. ==
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[1980 film] ==Plot== The movie opens with a British nuclear submarine called the HMS Nereid entering Tokyo Bay in the then-future of December 1983. The ship`s crew and Japanese seismologist Yoshizumi sends a reconnaissance drone to search the city for any survivors, only to find decayed bodies. It also gathers air samples of something calle
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[Heavenly album] Virus is the fourth full-length album by the French power metal band Heavenly. The advanced Japanese release occurred on September 21, 2006, by Avalon Records. ==Track listing== All songs by Benjamin Sotto, except "The Joker" by Charley Corbiaux ==Credits== ===Guest musicians=== ...
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[Iron Maiden song] "Virus" is a single from Iron Maiden, released in 1996. It is the first single since 1980`s "Women in Uniform" that does not appear on any official Iron Maiden studio album. It was, however, featured as a brand new track on the band`s first ever career retrospective — 1996`s double-disc Best of the Beast. It is the only
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[comics] Virus is a Dark Horse Comics comic book, written by Chuck Pfarrer, drawn by Canadian artist Howard Cobb and first published in 1992. The story is about an alien life form which takes over a Chinese research vessel and reconfigures it—using both the damaged electronics and the dead bodies of the crew, it propagates itself by makin
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[Norwegian band] Virus is a Norwegian avant-garde metal band signed to Jester Records. It was formed in 2000 by Carl-Michael Eide. The band is considered by Czral as a continuation of his previous band Ved Buens Ende because of similar musical elements and an avant garde form of unusual experimentation, although the band has its own charact
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[Russian band] Virus (Вируc) is a Russian band composed of Yuri, Andrey and Olga. It was popular in 2001. The project produced techno-based, Russian pop music, similar to Ruki Vverh! at the time. After several more less popular tunes they disappeared in the never-ending sea of techno-based Russian pop music. == History == Yuri and Andre
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[1999 film] Virus is a 1999 science fiction-horror film directed by visual effects artist John Bruno and starring Jamie Lee Curtis, William Baldwin and Donald Sutherland. The film is based on a Dark Horse comic book of the same name by Chuck Pfarrer. == Plot == The film opens with the Russian space station Mir conducting a transmission with
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[video game] Low quality album cover shot == Rationale == ...
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[Argentine band] Virus is an Argentine New wave music band, led by Federico Moura until his death on December 21, 1988 from AIDS-related complications. His brother Marcelo then became lead singer, until the band gave its final performance on September 29, 1990, in a support slot to David Bowie. Virus reunited in 1994 and has had some sporad
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[Hypocrisy album] Virus is the tenth studio album that was released on September 19, 2005 by death metal band Hypocrisy. This is the first Hypocrisy album recorded with their new drummer, Horgh (Reidar Horghagen), from the black metal band Immortal and second guitarist, Andreas Holma. A video was made for the song "Scrutinized". Early press
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[KMFDM song] Virus is a KMFDM single preceding the album Naïve. "More & Faster" is taken from More & Faster and "Don`t Blow Your Top" is taken from Don`t Blow Your Top. In 2008, KMFDM Records re-released this as a 7" vinyl single, limited to 250 copies. ==Track listing== ===Wax Trax! Records version=== ===Deutschland Strikeback Records ver
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Virus

a group of submicroscopic infective agents that are considered nonliving complex molecules.
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A plant disease that cannot be eliminated by a chemical means. Some viruses have created stripped tulips. Most are feared by growers.
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Virus

A self-replicating code segment. Viruses may or may not contain attack programs or trapdoors.
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Virus

An infectious particle composed of a protein capsule and a nucleic acid core, which is dependent on a host organism for replication. A double-stranded DNA copy of an RNA virus genome that is integrated into the host chromosome during lysogenic infection. (See Coat protein, DNA, Genome, Host, Nucleic acid, RNA, Tumor virus.)
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virus

Infectious units comprising either RNA or DNA enclosed in a protective coat.
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virus

Microscopic particle that contains genetic information, but must invade a cell to reproduce.
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Virus

A special type of program which is designed for malicious purposes. It spreads by attaching itself to other programs and then carrying out unwanted and often damaging operations.
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Virus

A infective agent with a specific structure and able to cause its own multiplication after infection of specific cell
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Virus

An ultra-microscopic (one dimension less than 200 µm) organism. Viruses cannot reproduce alone but must first infect a living cell and usurp its synthetic and reproductive facilities. Responsible for some diseases in plants and animals.
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virus

(Variation and inheritance) ultramicroscopic non-cellular organism that replicates itself inside the cells of living hosts
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virus

[n] - ultramicroscopic infectious agent that replicates itself only within cells of living hosts
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virus

A computer programme that replicates by copying itself. The term virus is often used to describe a virus or a worm.
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A virus is a contagious infection, such as a cold, which can't be treated with antibiotics. Immunisations against certain life-threatening viruses, such as polio and measles, are recommended for babies in the UK.
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