Fargo

(from the article `Coen brothers`) ...a decade earlier by the brothers and director Sam Raimi, the project boasted an all-star cast that included Paul Newman and Tim Robbins, but it ... Other Nominees Original Screenplay: Ethan Coen and Joel Coen for FargoAdapted Screenplay: Billy Bob Thornton for Sling BladeCinematography: John Seale...
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Fargo

[n] - largest city in North Dakota
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FARGO

[programming language] FARGO (Fourteen-o-one [IBM 1401] Automatic Report Generation Operation) was the predecessor to the popular RPG programming language (RPG). FARGO was more of a utility program than a programming language, whereas RPG had a program generation process that produced an executable object. == A Transitional Tool == The idea...
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Fargo

city, seat (1873) of Cass county, southeastern North Dakota, U.S. It lies on the Red River of the North, opposite Moorhead, Minnesota, and is North ... [1 related articles]
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Fargo

Fargo, city (1990 pop. 74,111), seat of Cass co., E N.Dak., at the head of navigation on the Red River, opposite Moorhead, Minn.; inc. 1875. A railroad hub and regional financial and medical center, Fargo is also the trade and distribution center of a spring-wheat and livestock region. Manufactures ...
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Fargo

NATO codename for MIG-9 family of fighters, Mikoyen [SU], Armoured version of the WC-62, Dodge, 1942 [US]
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Fargo

The USS Fargo was an American Fargo Class light cruiser of 10000 tons displacement launched in 1945. The USS Fargo was powered by eight Babcock and Wilcox boilers providing a top speed of 33 knots and carried a complement of 900 and three aircraft. She was armed with twelve 6 inch guns; twelve 5 inch guns; twenty-four 40 mm anti-aircraft guns and t...
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