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Power Rangers Mystic Force is the 2006 season of Power Rangers which tells the story of the fight between the Mystic Rangers and the evil Forces of Darkness who are trying to rule over the worlds of mortals and magic.

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Mystic Rangers

The powers of the Mystic Rangers are derived from beings knomister-map.com as the Ancient Titans, creatures with great elemental powers, symbolized by mythological creatures from various Earth mythologies on the Ranger”s visors (the creatures being the phoenix, the sprite, the garuda, the minotaur and the mermaid). To date, they are the only team of rangers to not have some kind of team-up special with another ranger team in their omister-map.com season.

Nick Russell

Nick Russell is the Red Mystic Ranger. Ever since his parents have been away for business trips and other important things, he has been riding on his motorcycle from relative to relative. Nick arrived in Briarwood to live with his sister on the same day that evil was unleashed. He was the first to volunteer to rescue the old man”s brother in the forest. However, Nick did not believe in magic or enough in himself to become a Ranger at the same time that the others did. It wasn”t until he had a vision of the other Rangers being badly beaten by Koragg the Knight Wolf that he returned to save them and accepted both the magic and his responsibilities. He now possesses a strong sense of determination and duty – it was he who first decided to fight the dark armies even without his powers in Dark Wish, and who encouraged the others to continue the final battle against Morticon.

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Chip (nickname)

Chip is a nickname, most often for Charles or Christopher. People with the nickname include:

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Chip (magazine)

Chip is a computer and communications magazine published by the CHIP Holding (formerly Vogel Burda Holding GmbH) in several countries of Europe and Asia. The German edition of CHIP was launched in September 1978 and is one of Germany”s oldest and largest computer magazines with 418.019 copies sold in average each month of the 4th quarter 2008.

Competitors in its German home market include Computer Bild, PC-Welt and c”t.

CHIP Online

CHIP Online is the independent web portal of the CHIP brand. It is one of the most-visited media portals in the German language area, providing hardware and software tests and price comparisons, as well as a large domister-map.comloading and a community portal. As of December 2014, it is a top 20 site in Germany according to Alexa traffic rankings.

CHIP Online is operated by the CHIP Digital GmbH.

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Magazine

Currently there are these German different magazines available:

CHIP (Premium (3 DVDs)) or 1 DVD CHIP Foto Video Digital mit DVD CHIP Test & Kauf CHIP Linux

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Hat

A hat is a head covering which is worn for various reasons, including protection against the elements, ceremonial reasons, religious reasons, safety, or as a fashion accessory. In the past, hats were an indicator of social status. In the military, hats may denote nationality, branch of service, rank and/or regiment.Police typically wear distinctive hats such as peaked caps or brimmed hats, such as those worn by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Some hats have a protective function. As examples, the hard hat protects construction workers” heads from injury by falling objects and a British police Custodian helmet protects the officer”s head, a sun hat shades the face and shoulders from the sun, a cowboy hat protects against sun and rain and a Ushanka fur hat with fold-domister-map.com ear-flaps keeps the head and ears warm. Some hats are worn for ceremonial purposes, such as the mortarboard, which is worn (or carried) during university graduation ceremonies. Some hats are worn by members of a certain profession, such as the Toque worn by chefs. Some hats have a religious functions, such as the Mitres worn by Bishops and the turban worn by Sikhs.

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Hať

Hať, formerly Haš (German: Haatsch) is a village in the Moravian-Silesian Region of the Czech Republic. It is part of micro-region Hlučínsko. It has around 2,500 inhabitants.

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Hat (disambiguation)

A hat is an item of clothing worn on the head.

Hat may also refer to:

An informal term for typographic and mathematical symbols

HAT or hat is used as an acronym for:

Gay (magazine)

Gay was Toronto”s first gay magazine, published almost simultaneously with ASK Newsletter, together Canada”s first gay magazines. The earliest periodical anywhere to use “Gay” in its title. Produced by four Toronto men in a commercial venture, the Gay Publishing Company, Gay ran serious articles, letters to the editor, a diary, gossip columns, a feature called the “Gabrial Club”, poetry, fiction, politics and a discrete personals column. Gay was illustrated, usually with photographs of drag queens, but also including “physique” photography.

Intended for a “mainstream” gay audience it reflected cautious reformism, defending the rights and normalcy of a constituency living in a hostile environment. This was not unlike the political activism emerging in a few large American and European cities before more confrontational activism. Gay also published on Toronto police raids on bars, and on the calls for social and political change that were beginning to surface.

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The first five-hundred-copy issue sold out almost immediately. Printing two thousand copies by issue three, distributed to a number of outlets in Toronto and Montreal. Shortly, Gay expanded into the United States as Gay International. It quickly outstripped American publications” distributions, and by the spring of 1965 it was publishing twenty thousand copies across North America and selling about eight thousand. Publication ended in 1966 when criminal charges were levied against one of its central creators.

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