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  • What is the Remote Control, and what is it for? The Remote Control is a quest reward when you finish the Auntie's Special Soup Ingredients quest that gives the player more freedom in which they play the game. It is an invaluable tool for those who wish to level their characters but can't sit in front of the computer for hours and fight the battles themselves. It also comes in handy for Collecting . The following is a description of the Remote's functionality, and how it can benefit your gameplay:
  • (MTV's) Remote Control was a pop culture/variety-typed game show set in host Ken Ober's basement. This was the first ever game show produced by MTV. Three contestants selected categories from a giant Zenith TV and answered questions.
  • Remote control is when the control operator is not at the station location but can indirectly manipulate the operating adjustments of a station.
  • Radio Control ist eine Unterbaureihe der Baureihe Racers. Bei der Unterbaureihe Radio Control handelt es sich um LEGO Fahrzeuge, die mit einer Fernbedienung gesteuert werden können. Die Unterbaureihe kam im Jahr 2002 auf den Markt.
  • Remote control is the process of controlling something from afar. This can be achieved in a number of ways using various technological and biological techniques.
  • Remote Control (verb) 1. America's ability to influence worldwide events from afar 2. The idea that even more influence could be gained by beaming The Colbert Report into North Korea and Iran Remote Control was The Wørd for January 25, 2006.
  • Remote Control is a mental ability possessed by few individuals allowing them to control other objects and even living beings from a location far away from that of what they are controlling.
  • After Heinz Doofenshmirtz from the 2nd Dimension tried to kill the boys and platypus, and after the Norm Bots were out of the area they were hiding it, Phineas decided to use it in order to go back home. However, he could only open a portal to the 3rd Dimension. Later, after the team and the newly joining Candace manage to avoid doom, Phineas uses it to transport them to the next dimension, and then go across the entire clock as their chased by Norm Bots. It no longer appears after this point.
  • "Remote Control" is the third episode of The Zeta Project. It first aired on February 10, 2001.
  • Remote control refers to a device that can be used to control a machine or apparatus from a distance.
  • Remote Control was a Santa Cruz band (1981) involving Geoff Easton and Kenny Hill.
  • Remote control was the operation of an apparatus from a distance using an electrical device, usually handheld.
  • "Remote Control" is a song by The Clash, featured on their debut album, and is written against oppression and conformity. The song was written by Mick Jones after the disastrous Anarchy Tour and contains pointed observations about the civic hall bureaucrats who had cancelled concerts, the police, big business and especially record companies. The song mentions a 'meeting in Mayfair' which probably refers to one held by EMI's shareholders on 7 December 1976, which effectively withdrew all support for the Anarchy Tour. Also alluded to in the song are the 'old-boy' peerage networks and hapless politicians.
  • First Release: The Clash (UK Version) (CBS Records, 8/4/1977) Length: 3:03 Vocals: Mick Jones, Joe Strummer * Released as a single by CBS without the band's permission whilst they were touring Europe. The Clash saw this as a major challenge to the control of their own material, and were especially unhappy as the song was already available on the album (The Clash wanted to release new songs as singles to offer maximum value for money to fans) and they didn't believe it was a strong enough song to be an A-side This incident resulted in (and is written about in) the song Complete Control. * Mick Jones: "We told them [the single] was gonna be a turkey, that it was gonna flop. We didn't think it was a good idea, having something off the album, but if, we'd chosen 'Janie Jones'. And the b-
  • In his boyhood, Jonathan Archer occasionally flew model spaceships by remote control with his father. (ENT: "Broken Bow", "Similitude") In the revised final draft script of "Broken Bow", the remote control used in conjunction with Archer's remote controlled model spaceship is described as "a small control unit." [1] During the historic voyage of Enterprise NX-01, a monitor in Captain Archer's quarters could be remotely operated using a set of controls at his bedside. (ENT: "The Seventh") In the final draft script of "Canamar", this remote control was referred to as "a small remote device".
  • The Remote Control (sometimes shortened RemoCon) is a recurring power-up in the Bomberman series. This bomb allows you to detonate bombs anytime you like. This makes it much more convenient for timing your blasts. The item looks like a heart with a bomb on it and can be difficult to come across because of its high value. Despite this ability, if another bomb explodes next to a remote control one, the remote control bomb will explode and thus can render the ability useless if performed correctly.
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  • Detonates bombs at will
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  • Remote Control
  • Remote Control
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  • 2001-02-10
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  • Cartoon Network Action Pack
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  • 4
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  • リモコン
Episode
  • Remote Control
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  • Unknown
Artist
  • Mike Cavallaro
Publisher
  • Cartoon Network
  • DC
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  • Good
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  • Unknown
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Letztes Set
  • bis heute
Erstes Set
  • 2002
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  • What is the Remote Control, and what is it for? The Remote Control is a quest reward when you finish the Auntie's Special Soup Ingredients quest that gives the player more freedom in which they play the game. It is an invaluable tool for those who wish to level their characters but can't sit in front of the computer for hours and fight the battles themselves. It also comes in handy for Collecting . The following is a description of the Remote's functionality, and how it can benefit your gameplay:
  • In his boyhood, Jonathan Archer occasionally flew model spaceships by remote control with his father. (ENT: "Broken Bow", "Similitude") In the revised final draft script of "Broken Bow", the remote control used in conjunction with Archer's remote controlled model spaceship is described as "a small control unit." [1] During the historic voyage of Enterprise NX-01, a monitor in Captain Archer's quarters could be remotely operated using a set of controls at his bedside. (ENT: "The Seventh") In 2152, Malcolm Reed used a remote control to detonate, from the bridge of Enterprise, an explosive device near a group of warp plasma canisters aboard an automated repair station. (ENT: "Dead Stop") In the final draft script of "Dead Stop", this type of remote control is referred to as "a small hand-held detonator." Later that year, Charles Tucker III used a small remote control to ignite a series of exposed well heads for deuterium pumps, thereby trapping a group of Klingon pirates in a ring of fire. (ENT: "Marauders") Another type of remote control was a hand-held device which operated a monitor in the captain's dining room. (ENT: "The Seventh") A remote control was used by Enolian guards in 2152. Used to operate sets of handcuffs, it could release the restraints or cause them to electrocute their wearer. This type of device additionally doubled as a communicator. (ENT: "Canamar") In the final draft script of "Canamar", this remote control was referred to as "a small remote device". The next year, Lieutenant Reed used a remote control, while standing on the transporter platform aboard Enterprise, to detonate several charges which were connected to the EPS manifold aboard the transport Arctic One, destroying that vessel and Borg drones which were on board. (ENT: "Regeneration") In the final draft script of "Regeneration", this remote control was described as "a hand-held remote detonator". The same prop was previously used as the remote control seen in the episode "Marauders". In a holographic program set in 2161, Charles Tucker III used a remote control to trigger a fake Tenebian amethyst so it suddenly started emitting a rapid series of bright flashes, momentarily blinding a gang of aliens on Rigel X. (ENT: "These Are the Voyages...") In 2270, an Orion lieutenant offered to rig a remote control device to detonate dilithium explosives on an asteroid's surface. The captain declined, saying he wanted to see the look on Kirk's face when he informed him of their mutual demise. (TAS: "The Pirates of Orion") In 2376, B'Elanna Torres gave a television with a remote control to Tom Paris as a gift. Although she attempted to give the TV set a 1950s authenticity, remote controls were not available with TV sets until the early-1960s. (VOY: "Memorial") The remote control used in the episode belonged to a Zenith Electronics "Space Commander Six Hundred Color TV", with the original "Zenith" name brand covered, but leaving the model name visible. Both Doctor McCoy (2268) and Ensign Nog (2374) operated neural stimulators by remote control to give motion to mindless bodies; Spock's brainless one (TOS: "Spock's Brain" ) and Keevan's corpse (DS9: "The Magnificent Ferengi") respectively. A type of remote control was scripted to appear in ENT: "Bounty" but does not actually appear on screen. In the episode's final draft script, the device was described as "a small KEYPAD". It would have been used by Tellarite bounty hunter Skalaar to deactivate a force field aboard his shuttle. In the episode, however, he instead does this via one of the control panels in the craft's cockpit.
  • (MTV's) Remote Control was a pop culture/variety-typed game show set in host Ken Ober's basement. This was the first ever game show produced by MTV. Three contestants selected categories from a giant Zenith TV and answered questions.
  • Remote control is when the control operator is not at the station location but can indirectly manipulate the operating adjustments of a station.
  • Radio Control ist eine Unterbaureihe der Baureihe Racers. Bei der Unterbaureihe Radio Control handelt es sich um LEGO Fahrzeuge, die mit einer Fernbedienung gesteuert werden können. Die Unterbaureihe kam im Jahr 2002 auf den Markt.
  • Remote control is the process of controlling something from afar. This can be achieved in a number of ways using various technological and biological techniques.
  • Remote Control (verb) 1. America's ability to influence worldwide events from afar 2. The idea that even more influence could be gained by beaming The Colbert Report into North Korea and Iran Remote Control was The Wørd for January 25, 2006.
  • Remote Control is a mental ability possessed by few individuals allowing them to control other objects and even living beings from a location far away from that of what they are controlling.
  • After Heinz Doofenshmirtz from the 2nd Dimension tried to kill the boys and platypus, and after the Norm Bots were out of the area they were hiding it, Phineas decided to use it in order to go back home. However, he could only open a portal to the 3rd Dimension. Later, after the team and the newly joining Candace manage to avoid doom, Phineas uses it to transport them to the next dimension, and then go across the entire clock as their chased by Norm Bots. It no longer appears after this point.
  • First Release: The Clash (UK Version) (CBS Records, 8/4/1977) Length: 3:03 Vocals: Mick Jones, Joe Strummer * Released as a single by CBS without the band's permission whilst they were touring Europe. The Clash saw this as a major challenge to the control of their own material, and were especially unhappy as the song was already available on the album (The Clash wanted to release new songs as singles to offer maximum value for money to fans) and they didn't believe it was a strong enough song to be an A-side This incident resulted in (and is written about in) the song Complete Control. * Mick Jones: "We told them [the single] was gonna be a turkey, that it was gonna flop. We didn't think it was a good idea, having something off the album, but if, we'd chosen 'Janie Jones'. And the b-side - the live 'London's Burning' - is abominable! We mixed it, and they went and re-mixed it!" * a later studio rehersal of this song is included on the London Calling 25th Anniversary Edition album * the live recording of London's Burning on the b-side of the single is in mono
  • "Remote Control" is the third episode of The Zeta Project. It first aired on February 10, 2001.
  • Remote control refers to a device that can be used to control a machine or apparatus from a distance.
  • The Remote Control (sometimes shortened RemoCon) is a recurring power-up in the Bomberman series. This bomb allows you to detonate bombs anytime you like. This makes it much more convenient for timing your blasts. The item looks like a heart with a bomb on it and can be difficult to come across because of its high value. Despite this ability, if another bomb explodes next to a remote control one, the remote control bomb will explode and thus can render the ability useless if performed correctly. The bomb usually has a different appearance when the item is collected. The bomb will look more like a mine and sometimes has a small antenna on top of it. The item works by setting the bomb and using a different button to detonate it. This makes it easier for the player to command the ability. This item, however, is usually lost whenever the player is killed, This happens in Bomberman (NES), and obviously in multiplayer. Brain Bomber is the creator.
  • Remote Control was a Santa Cruz band (1981) involving Geoff Easton and Kenny Hill.
  • "Remote Control" is a song by The Clash, featured on their debut album, and is written against oppression and conformity. The song was written by Mick Jones after the disastrous Anarchy Tour and contains pointed observations about the civic hall bureaucrats who had cancelled concerts, the police, big business and especially record companies. The song mentions a 'meeting in Mayfair' which probably refers to one held by EMI's shareholders on 7 December 1976, which effectively withdrew all support for the Anarchy Tour. Also alluded to in the song are the 'old-boy' peerage networks and hapless politicians. The band virtually disowned the song, following their record label CBS's decision to release the song as a single without consulting the band. The band had already told Melody Makermagazine that their next single would be "Janie Jones", and were irate that CBS had undermined them and made a decision to release "Remote Control" instead without the band's permission. To the band, the song became a symbol of everything they were fighting against. The incident was referred to in the first lines of a later song, "Complete Control", which is on the 1979 US release of the album: - They said, 'Release "Remote Control", but we didn't want it on the label... - The B-side is a mono live version of "London's Burning".
  • Remote control was the operation of an apparatus from a distance using an electrical device, usually handheld.
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