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ARCO

Over the course of 2004 and 2005, ARCO signs have been replaced. New signs still have the Arco spark, but BP's Helios (BP's new white, yellow, and ...

standard oil, arco, bp, companies based in dallas, texas, companies based in los angeles, california, companies based in orange county, california, companies established in 1966, oil companies of the united states

Royal College of Organists

The Associateship Diploma (ARCO) demonstrates high achievement in organ playing and supporting theoretical work. ... already hold the ARCO and represents ...

classical music in the united kingdom, 1864 establishments, charities based in the united kingdom, culture in birmingham, england, music schools in england, pipe organ organisations

Arco

Arco can refer to: ARCO, the Atlantic Richfield Company, an American petroleum company

articulations

Arco Iris

Arco Iris frontman Gustavo Santaolalla would emerge in the 1980s as one of the artists and producers that popularized rock music beyond Argentina and ...

argentine musical groups, argentine rock music groups

Georg von Arco

Georg Wilhelm Alexander Hans Graf von Arco (August 30, 1869 - May 5, 1940) was a German physicist, radio pioneer, and one of the joint founders of ...

people from wodzisław county, 1869 births, 1940 deaths, german inventors, german nobility, german pacifists, german physicists, people from the province of silesia, radio pioneers, technical university of berlin alumni

Giovanna d'Arco

Fully staged productions were also mounted by the San Diego Opera in June 1980 as part of its ... The French soldiers lead Charles into the Cathedral.

1845 operas, italian-language operas, operas, operas by giuseppe verdi

Arco, Idaho

Arco is a city in Butte County, Idaho, United States. ... Georg von Arco was an inventor and a pioneer in the field of radio transmission and would ...

butte county, idaho, cities in idaho, county seats in idaho

Alphonse D'Arco

Alphonse "Little Al" D'Arco, also known as "The Professor" (born July 28, 1932) is a New York mobster with the Lucchese crime family who was ...

1932 births, american mob bosses, italian-american mobsters, living people, lucchese crime family

ARCO Arena

ARCO Arena set a Guinness World Record for loudest sports roar by reaching over 130 decibels on November 8, 2006 during a Kings game against the ...

sacramento monarchs, 1988 architecture, arco, basketball venues in the united states, buildings and structures in sacramento, california, indoor arenas in the united states, indoor ice hockey venues in the united states, indoor soccer venues in the united states, music venues in california, national basketball association venues

Jean Baptist, Comte d'Arco

Jean Baptist, Comte d'Arco (German Johann Baptist, Graf von Arco) (c. 1650 – 21 March 1715, Munich) was a diplomat and field marshal in the service ...

1650s births, 1715 deaths, army commanders in the war of the spanish succession, field marshals of bavaria