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    hotel
  • A code word representing the letter H, used in radio communication
  • a building where travelers can pay for lodging and meals and other services
  • A hotel is an establishment that provides paid lodging on a short-term basis. The provision of basic accommodation, in times past, consisting only of a room with a bed, a cupboard, a small table and a washstand has largely been replaced by rooms with modern facilities, including en-suite
  • In French contexts an hotel particulier is an urban "private house" of a grand sort. Whereas an ordinary maison was built as part of a row, sharing party walls with the houses on either side and directly fronting on a street, an hotel particulier was often free-standing, and by the eighteenth
  • An establishment providing accommodations, meals, and other services for travelers and tourists
    call
  • Cry out to (someone) in order to summon them or attract their attention
  • Cry out (a word or words)
  • Shout out or chant (the steps and figures) to people performing a square dance or country dance
  • a special disposition (as if from a divine source) to pursue a particular course; "he was disappointed that he had not heard the Call"
  • name: assign a specified (usually proper) proper name to; "They named their son David"; "The new school was named after the famous Civil Rights leader"
  • a telephone connection; "she reported several anonymous calls"; "he placed a phone call to London"; "he heard the phone ringing but didn't want to take the call"
    626
  • * 7 August - The Byzantines defeat the Avars and Slavs, who were besieging Constantinople for the first time.
  • 626 may refer to: *the year 626 *Mazda 626, a family car produced by Mazda *Experiment 626, the codename for Stitch, a fictional alien character from the Lilo & Stitch films and television program *Inmate 626, the identification number of a prison inmate recruited as a Space Marine in '.
  • 600 (six hundred) is the natural number following 599 and preceding 601. It is a pronic number and a Harshad number.
hotel 626 call - Identity
Identity
Identity
A whodunit revolving around a group of 10 strangers who find themselves running from a desert storm. They hole up in a roadside motel that proves as hospitable as the Bates Motel. The patrons are killed, one by one, and the survivors must try to figure out who the killer is before they, too, check out... permanently! Stars John Cusack (upcoming The Runaway Jury, America’s Sweethearts), Ray Liotta (Narc, Hannibal, Unlawful Entry), Rebecca DeMornay (The Hand that Rocks the Cradle, Never Talk to Strangers), Jake Busey (Tomcats, Starship Troopers), Amanda Peet (upcoming The Whole Ten Yards, High Crimes), Alfred Molina (Frida, Chocolat), John C. McGinley (Stealing Harvard, The Animal, TV’s Scrubs), Directed by James Mangold (Kate & Leopold, Girl, Interrupted, Cop Land).

With an ace up its sleeve, Identity does for schizophrenia what The Silence of the Lambs did for fava beans and a nice chianti. On the proverbial dark and stormy night, this anxiety-laced thriller offers a tasty blend of And Then There Were None and Psycho, with a dash of Sybil for extra spice and psychosis. Things go from bad to worse when 10 unrelated travelers converge at an isolated motel and proceed to die, one by one, with no apparent connection... until they discover the common detail that's drawn them into this nightmare of relentless trauma. Even as it flunks Abnormal Psychology 101, Michael Cooney's screenplay offers meaty material for a superior ensemble cast including John Cusack and Rebecca DeMornay (who wins the Janet Leigh prize in a bitchy comeback role). Director James Mangold pivots the action around one character (played by his Heavy star, Pruitt Taylor Vince, in eye-twitching cuckoo mode), and half the fun of Identity comes from deciphering who's who, what's what, and who'll be the next to die. --Jeff Shannon

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Verna Broadcast Tower
Verna Broadcast Tower
Burj Khalifa 2,275 688 2008 Skyscraper Office, hotel, residential United Arab Emirates Dubai as of 3 September 2007, under construction 25°11?50.0?N, 55°16?26.6?E Warsaw Radio Mast 2,118 645.4 1974 Guyed mast LF-transmission Poland Gabin-Konstantynow, Masovian Voivodeship insulated; collapsed on August 8, 1991 during guy wire exchange 52°22?14?N, 19°48?23?E KVLY/KTHI TV Mast 2,063 628.8 1963 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Blanchard, North Dakota World's tallest mast 47°20?32?N, 97°17?20?W KXJB-TV mast 2,060 627.8 1998 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Galesburg, North Dakota rebuilt after collapses on February 14, 1968 and on April 6, 1997 47°16?45?N, 97°20?27?W KXTV/KOVR Tower 2,049 624.5 2000 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Walnut Grove, California Tallest structure in California 38°14?24?N, 121°30?07?W Petronius Platform 2,001 610 2000 Offshore platform Oil drilling Gulf of Mexico Petronius field Located appr. 210 kilometers (130 mi) southeast of New Orleans KATV Tower 2,000 609.6 1965?1967? Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Redfield, Arkansas It is the tallest structure in Arkansas 34°28?24.0?N, 92°12?11?W KCAU TV Tower 2,000 609.6 1965 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Sioux City, Iowa Tallest structure in Iowa (equal)[3] 42°35?11.0?N, 96°13?57?W WECT TV6 Tower 2,000 609.6 1969 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Colly Township, North Carolina Tallest structure in N Carolina 34°34?44.0?N, 78°26?12?W WOI-Tower 2,000 609.6 1972 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Alleman, Iowa Tallest structure in Iowa (equal); also known as the NYT Broadcast Holdings Tower 41°48?35.0?N, 93°37?17?W Des Moines Hearst-Argyle Television Tower Alleman 2,000 609.6 1974 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Alleman, Iowa Tallest structure in Iowa (equal) 41°48?35.0?N, 93°37?17?W WEAU-Tower 2,000 609.6 1981 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Fairchild, Wisconsin Tallest structure in Wisconsin 44°39?50.0?N, 90°57?41?W Diversified Communications Tower 2,000 609.6 1981 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Floyd Dale, South Carolina Tallest structure in S Carolina (equal) 34°22?03.0?N, 79°19?48?W AFLAC Tower 2,000 609.6 1984 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Rowley, Iowa Tallest structure in Iowa (equal) 42°24?02.0?N, 91°50?37?W WBTV-Tower 2,000 609.6 1984 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Dallas, North Carolina Tallest structure in N Carolina (equal) 35°21?51.0?N, 81°11?12?W Hearst-Argyle Tower 2,000 609.6 1985 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Walnut Grove, California 38°15?54.0?N, 121°29?28?W WTTO Tower 2,000 609.6 1986 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Windham Springs, Alabama Tallest structure in Alabama 33°28?51.0?N, 87°24?03?W WCSC-Tower 2,000 609.6 1986 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Awendaw, South Carolina Tallest structure in S Carolina (equal) 32°55?29.0?N, 79°41?57?W KTVE-Tower 2,000 609.6 1987 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Bolding, Arkansas also known as SpectraSite Tower Bolding 33°04?41.0?N, 92°13?41?W WCTV Tower 2,000 609.6 1987 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Metcalf, Georgia Tallest structure in Georgia 30°40?14.0?N, 83°56?26?W WCIX/CH6 TV Mast 2,000 609.6 1992 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Homestead, Florida collapsed during Hurricane Andrew in 1992 TV Alabama Tower 2,000 609.6 1996 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Windham Springs, Alabama Tallest structure in Alabama 33°28?48.0?N, 87°25?50?W KDLT Tower 2,000 609.6 1998 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Rowena, South Dakota Tallest structure in South Dakota 43°30?18.0?N, 96°33?23?W KMOS TV Tower 2,000 609.6 2002 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Syracuse, Missouri Tallest structure in Missouri; also called Rohn Tower. 38°37?36.0?N, 92°52?04?W Liberman Broadcasting Tower Era 2,000 609.6 2006 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Era, Texas Tallest structure in Texas 33°29?05.5?N, 97°24?44.8?W WRAL HDTV Mast 2,000 609.5 1991 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Auburn, North Carolina rebuilt after collapse of 2 masts with a height of 609.3 m in December 1989 35°40?35.1?N, 78°32?07.2?W Perry Broadcasting Tower 2,000 609.5 2004 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Alfalfa, Oklahoma Tallest structure in Oklahoma 35°15?03.8?N, 98°36?53.8?W [change] Other structures (past or present) taller than 550 m (1,804 ft) Name Height (ft) Height (m) Year Structural type Main use Country Town Remarks Coordinates KY3 Tower[4] 1,999 609.4 2000 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Fordland, Missouri 37°10?26.0?N, 92°56?28.1?W SpectraSite Tower Thomasville<ref[4] 1,999 609.4 2002 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Thomasville, Georgia 30°40?50.3?N, 83°58?20.6?W Pegasus Broadcasting Tower[4] 1,999 609.4 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Metcalf, Georgia Planned 30°40?52.0?N, 83°58?21?W CBC Real Estate Tower Auburn[4] 1,999 609.4 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Auburn, North Carolina Planned 35°40?29.0?N, 78°31?39?W KLDE Tower[4] 1,999 609.3 1986 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-tra
Broadcasting Tower Riverview
Broadcasting Tower Riverview
List of the tallest towers. 1 Burj Dubai 2,684 feet 818 m 2009 Skyscraper 2 Warsaw Radio Mast 2,121 feet 646.4 m 1974 Guyed mast 3 KVLY/KTHI TV Mast 2,063 feet 628.8 m 1963 Guyed mast 4 KXJB-TV mast 2,060 feet 627.8 m 1998 Guyed mast 5 KXTV/KOVR Tower 2,049 feet 624.5 m 2000 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Walnut Grove, California Tallest structure in California 6 KATV Tower 2,000 feet 609.6 m 1965?1967? Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Redfield, Arkansas 7 KCAU TV Tower 2,000 feet 609.6 m 1965 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Sioux City, Iowa 8 WECT TV6 Tower 2,000 feet 609.6 m 1969 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Colly Township, North Carolina 9 WHO-TV, KDIN-TV,WOI-FM Tower 2,000 feet 609.6 m 1972 Guyed mast VHF-TV, FM radio transmission U.S. Alleman, Iowa 10 Des Moines Hearst-Argyle Television Tower Alleman 2,000 feet 609.6 m 1974 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Alleman, Iowa 11 WEAU-Tower 2,000 feet 609.6 m 1981 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Fairchild, Wisconsin 12 Diversified Communications Tower 2,000 feet 609.6 m 1981 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Floyd Dale, South Carolina 13 AFLAC Tower 2,000 feet 609.6 m 1984 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Rowley, Iowa 14 WBTV-Tower 2,000 feet 609.6 m 1984 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Dallas, North Carolina 15 Hearst-Argyle Tower 2,000 feet 609.6 m 1985 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Walnut Grove, California 16 WTTO Tower 2,000 feet 609.6 m 1986 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Windham Springs, Alabama 17 WCSC-Tower 2,000 feet 609.6 m 1986 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Awendaw, South Carolina 18 KTVE-Tower 2,000 feet 609.6 m 1987 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Bolding, Arkansas 19 WCTV Tower 2,000 feet 609.6 m 1987 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Metcalf, Georgia 20 WCIX/CH6 TV Mast 2,000 feet 609.6 m 1992 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Homestead, Florida 21 KDLT Tower 2,000 feet 609.6 m 1998 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Rowena, South Dakota 22 KMOS TV Tower 2,000 feet 609.6 m 2002 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Syracuse, Missouri 23 Liberman Broadcasting Tower Era 2,000 feet 609.6 m 2006 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Era, Texas 24 Winnie Cumulus Broadcasting Tower 2,000 feet 609.6 m ? Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Winnie, Texas 25 WRAL HDTV Mast 2,000 feet 609.5 m 1991 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Auburn, North Carolina 26 Perry Broadcasting Tower 2,000 feet 609.5 m 2004 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Alfalfa, Oklahoma 27 KY3 Tower 1,999 feet 609.4 m 2000 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Fordland, Missouri 28 SpectraSite Tower Thomasville 1,999 feet 609.4 m 2002 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Thomasville, Georgia 29 Pegasus Broadcasting Tower 1,999 feet 609.4 m Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Metcalf, Georgia 30 CBC Real Estate Tower Auburn 1,999 feet 609.4 m Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Auburn, North Carolina 32 KLDE Tower 1,999 feet 609.3 m 1986 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Liverpool, Texas 33 WCKW/KSTE-Tower 1,999 feet 609.3 m 1988 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Vacherie, Louisiana 34 American Towers Tower Elkhart 1,999 feet 609.3 m 2001 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Elkhart, Iowa 35 Salem Radio Properties Tower 1,999 feet 609.3 m 2002 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Collinsville, Texas 36 Stowell Cumulus Broadcasting Tower 1,999 feet 609.3 m ? Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Stowell, Texas 37 WLBT Tower 1,998 feet 609 m 1999 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Raymond, Mississippi 38 Beasley Tower 1,997 feet 608.7 m Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Immokalee, Florida 39 KYTV Tower 1,996 feet 608.4 m 1973 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Marshfield, Missouri 40 SpectraSite Tower Raymond 1,996 feet 608.4 m Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Raymond, Mississippi 41 Hoyt Radio Tower 1,996 feet 608.38 m 2003 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Hoyt, Colorado 42 Service Broadcasting Tower Decatur 1,995 feet 608.1 m 2000 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Decatur, Texas 43 WTVD Tower 1,994 feet 607.8 m 1978 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Auburn, North Carolina 44 Channel 40 Tower 1,994 feet 607.8 m 1985 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Walnut Grove, California 45 Liberman Broadcasting Tower Devers 1,994 feet 607.7 m 2006 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Devers, Texas 46 KHYS Tower 1,992 feet 607.2 m 1997 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Devers, Texas 47 Clear Channel Broadcasting Tower Devers 1,992 feet 607 m 1988 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Devers, Texas 48 Media General Tower 1,992 feet 607 m 1987 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Awendaw, South Carolina 49 Eastern North Carolina Broadcasting Tower 1,989 feet 606.2 m 1980 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmission U.S. Trenton, North Carolina 50 WNCN Tower 1,989 feet 606.2 m 2000 Guyed mast UHF/VHF-transmissio

hotel 626 call
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