ghosts

See erythrocyte ghosts.

Ghosts

(from the article `Auster, Paul`) ...as The New York Trilogy (1987). It comprises City of Glass (1985), about a crime novelist who becomes entangled in a mystery that causes him to ...
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Ghosts

(from the article `Ibsen, Henrik`) Ibsen`s next play, Gengangere (1881; Ghosts), created even more dismay and distaste than its predecessor by showing worse consequences of covering up ... ...Ibsen`s social drama both encouraged and divided the development of the theatre in the last years of the 19th century. Plays like A Doll`s House ....
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Ghosts

[Japan song] `Ghosts` was a single by the British band Japan from the 1981 album Tin Drum. It reached number five in the UK Singles Chart in 1982. Although it was their biggest hit, this was not enough to stop the band splitting a few months later. Bereft of drums, the minimalist track would not be described as a `commercially viable` singl...
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Ghosts

[Pac-Man] The Ghosts are the recurring antagonists in the Pac-Man franchise. ==History== The enemies in Pac-Man are known variously as `ghosts,` `goblins,` and `monsters`. Despite the seemingly random nature of the enemies, their movements are strictly deterministic, which players have used to their advantage. In an interview, creator Toru ...
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Ghosts

[play] Ghosts (original Danish title: Gengangere) is a play by the Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen. It was written in 1881 and first staged in 1882. Like many of Ibsen`s better-known plays, Ghosts is a scathing commentary on 19th-century morality. The play was originally written in Danish. The word `Gengangere` is not Norwegian. The Norwe...
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Ghosts

Spirits of the dead whose souls remain in the realm of the living.
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ghosts

Synonym for erythrocyte ghost ... <cell biology> The membrane and cytoskeletal elements of the erythrocyte devoid of cytoplasmic contents, but preserving the original morphology. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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ghosts

Type: Term Definitions: 1. phasmophobia.
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ghosts

word game in which each player in turn presents a letter that must contribute to the eventual formation of a word but not complete it. The player ...
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