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Wheatus - History - 2005–2007: Line-Up Changes and TooSoonMonsoon
... He was subsequently replaced by Nicholas DiPierro ... Michael Bellar decided to leave the band, and was replaced by Gerard Hoffmann ... the departure of Nicholas diPierro, who was subsequently replaced by 19-year-old rookie bassist Matt Milligan ...
Mercyful Fate - Biography - Reunion (1992-1999)
... All the original members without Kim Ruzz (replaced by Morten Nielsen) reformed and released their third studio album, In the Shadows, in 1993 ... first run, members have left and been replaced Michael Denner left and was replaced by Mike Wead, Nielsen was later replaced by Snowy Shaw who was then replaced by Bjarne Holm, Timi Hansen ...
JDS Teruzuki (DD-162) - Operational History
... capabilities, with the SQS-29 hull sonar replaced by the larger and longer ranged SQS-23 system, while a variable-depth sonar (VDS) was added ... The obsolete Weapon Alpha launcher was replaced by a Bofors 375 mm anti-submarine launcher, with the Hedgehog launchers replaced by two triple 12.75 in (324 mm) triple ...
Quarashi
... The group consisted of rappers Hössi Ólafsson (later replaced by Egill Olafur Thorarensen), Ómar Örn Hauksson, Steinar Orri Fjeldsted, and Sölvi Blöndal (who also ... For live shows, Quarashi was joined by guitarist Smári "Tarfur" Jósepsson (later replaced by Vidar Hákon Gislason), bassist Gaukur Úlfarsson, and ...
BBC One - Presentation
... This was replaced by the "Virtual Globe" on 16 February 1991 ... On 29 March 2002 the globe was replaced by a series of visual identities, "idents", consisting of people dancing in various styles ... These were replaced on 7 October 2006 by the present 'circle' idents ...

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    In the world of the celebrity, the hierarchy of publicity has replaced the hierarchy of descent and even of great wealth.
    C. Wright Mills (1916–1962)

    Politics will eventually be replaced by imagery. The politician will be only too happy to abdicate in favor of his image, because the image will be much more powerful than he could ever be.
    Marshall McLuhan (1911–1980)

    The high wore away, the chromed skeleton corroding hourly, flesh growing solid, the drug-flesh replaced with the meat of his life. He couldn’t think. He liked that very much, to be conscious and unable to think.
    William Gibson (b. 1948)