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  • In 1971 I had produced a group called Climax and the tune 'Precious and Few' went into number one.

    Grace Slick The Biography

  • JOHN, generally distinguished by the appellation of Climacus, from his excellent book entitled Climax, or the Ladder to Perfection, was born about the year 525, probably in Palestine.

    The Lives of the Fathers, Martyrs, and Principal Saints January, February, March

  • There is a mountain called Climax, adjoins to the Sea of Pamphylia, leaving a narrow passage on the shore, which, in calm weather, is bare, so as to be passable by travelers, but when the sea overflows, it is covered to a great degree by the waves.

    Antiquities of the Jews

  • Actually, back then Black Rock Studio was called Climax before Disney bought us and rebranded the studio.

    GamePro.com

  • I can't really explain in too much detail without venturing into spoilers, but in the scenes we feel fit to call Climax Action the effects change pretty substantially.

    IGN Xbox 360

  • Game director Baynes began by talking about the history of the studio, which used to be known as Climax Racing and pumped out games in the ATV Fury and MotoGP series.

    Eurogamer

  • In New Alexandria, Pennsylvania, a strip club called Climax offers patrons a drive-through option, charging $10 a minute for a peek at its dancers.

    Reason Magazine

  • The team formerly known as Climax Racing, Black Rock Studios is built on the most solid of foundations.

    IGN PS3

  • The fluctuation of cosmic ray flux at higher latitude and higher altitude neutron monitors such as Climax that have lower geomagnetic cutoff energies is much higher over a solar cycle than that measured at lower cutoff energy monitors such as Haleakala and Huancayo Haleakala was brought online to replace Huancayo in 1992 when Huancayo closed, because of the stronger modulation of the lower energy particles measured at Climax by the solar wind.

    Unthreaded #14 « Climate Audit

  • [O] f all the game's documented, rather than apocryphal, self-inflicted injuries, the prize may go to Clarence "Climax" Blethen.

    May 2004

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