Sundance

[activist] Sundance is an American Indian civil rights activist. He is perhaps best known for being one of several prominent American Indians to spearhead the movement against the use of Native American imagery as sports mascots. ==Early life== Sundance is a member of the Muscogee, a tribe of Native American people living in the southeaster...
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Sundance

[charter vessel] Sundance is a charter vessel owned by Capital Pleasure Boats and operating on the River Thames. Former names are Gay Enterprise and Solent Enterprise. ==History== The vessel was built in 1971 for the Gosport Ferry service by James and Stone of Brightlingsea, primarily for cruising Portsmouth Harbour and the Solent. Original...
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Sundance

[video game] Sundance is a puzzle arcade game using vector graphics released by Cinematronics in 1979. The game consists of two grids floating in a pseudo-3D space with small suns bouncing between them. The player scored points by capturing the suns as they made contact with the grids. The player also had a limited-use `smart bomb` button w...
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Sundance

Marston's Sundance is a strong golden pale ale characterised by a crisp bitterness derived from golden hops.
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