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  • Intermissions are a gameplay mechanic in the Luminous Arc series. Similiar to a dating-sim game, Intermissions allow you to raise someones affection for the main character and give you special scenes to watch when you do everything right. After the chain of intermissions for a character is finished, the player recieves a picture for an event which will appear in the gallery.
  • Intermission is the first in a series of toons acknowledging delays. Date: 12th March, 2004 Summary: Sorry for the delay with new episodes. Shouldn't be long till everything is sorted out. Music is Witness (One Hope) by Roots Manuva.
  • The term Intermission refers to a space of time that is set towards the middle of the production of a play. If a play were to have two Acts, after Act-1, Intermission begins, in which the audiance and actors can have a break for 10 to 15 minutes, or however long, before they return to the House for Act-2.
  • An intermission was a break between two parts of a performance. Bithabus the Mystifier's performances generally had intermissions, though during one intermission on Hologram Fun World in 5 ABY he was kidnapped and impersonated by a bounty hunter named Cobak. He presumably continued to include intermissions in his performances after that.
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  • An intermission separates each Part of CaerulElimo.
  • "INTERMISSION" is an original Japanese song by Yanagi-P featuring MEIKO. The song has entered the Hall of Fame
  • After "Ashes to Ashes", Nick leaves LaCroix to finish cremating Divia and flies slowly home, where he finds Natalie waiting for him.
  • Intermission is the seventh story in chapter 21 of Sluggy Freelance, The Hunt. Aylee is flying Bun-bun and Kiki over a skiing resort as she becomes hungry and they all fall. Bun-bun gets hurt and sick thanks to Kiki's "help." Bun-bun points out a nearby ski lodge, but only after some time do the two others think of going in. Their first attempt is thwarted by Kiki, and the second by a PETA member who returns Bun-bun into the cold. They do finally manage to sneak in, where Bun-bun recovers his strength and kills the PETA member who tries to get him back out, and Aylee finds enough food to turn into a dragon again and bring them all back home.
  • It's basically what it sounds like it might be—the pre-recorded Intermission music to The Mole Show. It's actually pretty good, and it helps flesh out the Mole story. I don't think I'd recommend starting with this one, but more because it's taken from the middle of a story; the music, however, is pretty good. - Rev. Syung Myung Me
  • Intermissions are mini-games featured in Mega Man X8. They are all completely optional, and serve mainly as a distraction to provide the player with a safe, risk free way of collecting large amounts of Metals to buy Chips from the Research and Development Lab. The Intermissions can be played repeatedly and the player can quit them at anytime. Winning or losing won't effect the players Hunter Rank; and likewise dying won't cost them a Retry Chip.
  • "Intermission" is the thirteenth episode of Monty Python's Flying Circus, and is the final episode of the first series.
  • Intermissions come in three basic lengths: very short, medium-sized, and whopping great. The beginning of each intermission is announced by a very loud gong at a seemingly random moment in time. The audience is then herded en masse by professional crowd control specialists armed with bullhorns, whips, and electric people prods towards the nearest restrooms.
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  • Intermissions are a gameplay mechanic in the Luminous Arc series. Similiar to a dating-sim game, Intermissions allow you to raise someones affection for the main character and give you special scenes to watch when you do everything right. After the chain of intermissions for a character is finished, the player recieves a picture for an event which will appear in the gallery.
  • Intermission is the first in a series of toons acknowledging delays. Date: 12th March, 2004 Summary: Sorry for the delay with new episodes. Shouldn't be long till everything is sorted out. Music is Witness (One Hope) by Roots Manuva.
  • The term Intermission refers to a space of time that is set towards the middle of the production of a play. If a play were to have two Acts, after Act-1, Intermission begins, in which the audiance and actors can have a break for 10 to 15 minutes, or however long, before they return to the House for Act-2.
  • An intermission was a break between two parts of a performance. Bithabus the Mystifier's performances generally had intermissions, though during one intermission on Hologram Fun World in 5 ABY he was kidnapped and impersonated by a bounty hunter named Cobak. He presumably continued to include intermissions in his performances after that.
  • For the promotion of you and this site Please
  • An intermission separates each Part of CaerulElimo.
  • "INTERMISSION" is an original Japanese song by Yanagi-P featuring MEIKO. The song has entered the Hall of Fame
  • After "Ashes to Ashes", Nick leaves LaCroix to finish cremating Divia and flies slowly home, where he finds Natalie waiting for him.
  • Intermission is the seventh story in chapter 21 of Sluggy Freelance, The Hunt. Aylee is flying Bun-bun and Kiki over a skiing resort as she becomes hungry and they all fall. Bun-bun gets hurt and sick thanks to Kiki's "help." Bun-bun points out a nearby ski lodge, but only after some time do the two others think of going in. Their first attempt is thwarted by Kiki, and the second by a PETA member who returns Bun-bun into the cold. They do finally manage to sneak in, where Bun-bun recovers his strength and kills the PETA member who tries to get him back out, and Aylee finds enough food to turn into a dragon again and bring them all back home.
  • It's basically what it sounds like it might be—the pre-recorded Intermission music to The Mole Show. It's actually pretty good, and it helps flesh out the Mole story. I don't think I'd recommend starting with this one, but more because it's taken from the middle of a story; the music, however, is pretty good. - Rev. Syung Myung Me
  • Intermissions are mini-games featured in Mega Man X8. They are all completely optional, and serve mainly as a distraction to provide the player with a safe, risk free way of collecting large amounts of Metals to buy Chips from the Research and Development Lab. The Intermissions can be played repeatedly and the player can quit them at anytime. Winning or losing won't effect the players Hunter Rank; and likewise dying won't cost them a Retry Chip.
  • Intermissions come in three basic lengths: very short, medium-sized, and whopping great. The beginning of each intermission is announced by a very loud gong at a seemingly random moment in time. The audience is then herded en masse by professional crowd control specialists armed with bullhorns, whips, and electric people prods towards the nearest restrooms. The music which accompanies the intermission is in three movements: a short introduction in strings, horns, and kettle drums which establishes the overall theme; the bulk of the piece which utilizes all of the resources of a major orchestra and a full boys choir; and a final closing measure which is a stylistic variation of "shave and a haircut".
  • "Intermission" is the thirteenth episode of Monty Python's Flying Circus, and is the final episode of the first series.
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