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  • incorpora material del Diccionario Enciclopédico Hispano-Americano del año 1898, que se encuentra en el dominio público Datos: Q557992 Multimedia: Phaetons
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  • Nielsen comenzó su carrera musical en 1961 en bandas locales como The Phaetons o The Boyz, al tiempo que acumulaba una colección de exclusivas y caras
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  • called a phaeton. Convertibles and pillarless hardtops were marketed as "phaetons" after actual phaetons were phased out. The term phaeton had historically
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  • with a covered seat in front and a footman's seat behind. Fashionable phaetons used at horse shows included the Stanhope, typically having a high seat
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  • Phaeton, Phaëton, Phaethon, or Phaëthon may refer to: Several figures with astral associations: Phaethon, son of Helios, personification of the planet
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  • approximately 6,000 cars annually. The domestic market was the Phaeton's strongest, with 19,314 Phaetons delivered in Germany alone by January 2009. Production
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  • Phaeton (alternatively Phaethon or Phaëton) was the hypothetical planet hypothesized by the Titius–Bode law to have existed between the orbits of Mars
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  • The Phaeton complex is a psychological condition described by Maryse Choisy as a 'painful combination of thoughts and emotions caused by the absence,
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  • that singed the world by heedless Phaeton!' - Act 1, Scene 5 Jean-Baptiste Lully wrote a musical tragedy, Phaëton, in which he referred indirectly to
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  • Phaeton (born 8 January 2000) is a French professional footballer who plays as a forward for Guingamp. A youth product of Stade Brestois 29, Phaeton left
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  • Phaeton Airport is an airport located in Phaeton, a town in the Fort-Liberte area of the Nord-Est Department of Haiti. The Phaeton airport was built as
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  • Chrysler Phaeton was a four-door convertible sedan concept car built by Chrysler in 1997. The Phaeton was inspired by Chrysler's historic Newport Phaeton, and
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  • the Royal Navy have been named HMS Phaeton or Phaëton after Phaëton, the son of Helios in Greek mythology: HMS Phaeton (1691), a purpose-built fireship
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  • Synchiropus phaeton (from the Greek symphysis, "grown together", cheir "hand" and pous, “foot”) or the Phaeton dragonet is a species of bony fish of the
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  • The Baltimore checkerspot (Euphydryas phaeton) is a North American butterfly of the family Nymphalidae. It has been the official state insect of the U
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  • Crimson finch (redirección desde Neochmia phaeton)
    The crimson finch (Neochmia phaeton) is a species of bird in the family Estrildidae. It is found throughout Northern Australia as well as parts of southern
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  • HMS Phaeton was a 38-gun, Minerva-class fifth rate of Britain's Royal Navy. This frigate was most noted for her intrusion into Nagasaki harbour in 1808
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  • Three Chrysler Imperial Parade Phaetons were produced in 1952 by Chrysler as ceremonial vehicles. They were styled by Virgil Exner and were in many ways
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  • The Fall of Phaeton is a painting by the Flemish master Peter Paul Rubens, featuring the ancient Greek myth of Phaeton (Phaethon), a recurring theme in
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  • Phaëton (LWV 61) is a tragédie en musique in a prologue and five acts by Jean-Baptiste Lully. Philippe Quinault wrote the French libretto after a story
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  • R-540s. After the clipped winged Phaeton's appearance in the 1930 Nationals, 24 more R-790-powered but full span Phaetons were built. Data from Aero Digest
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  • by the Royal Australian Navy (RAN). Ordered for the Royal Navy as HMS Phaeton, the cruiser was purchased by the Australian government and renamed prior
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  • Phaeton (Haitian Creole: Fayeton) is a town in the Fort-Liberté Arrondissement, in the Nord-Est department of Haiti. It is an old factory town, like its
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