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asterix

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Do you mean "asterisk" (the star-shaped character), or Asterix the Gaul, the popular French cartoon by Goscinny and Uderzo?
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Caption: ABOVE: After it's converted, the Asterix will be able to accommodate a crew of 200 and land helicopters on its deck.
The tale ends happily as Asterix and Obelix help Oloch unite the kilted local clans, save his sweetheart, defeat the powerhungry Mac Abbeh and repel the Romans.
THRILLS: Asterix the Gaul entertains the kids at Parc Asterix
The EUR50million film is the fourth instalment in the Asterix and Obelix franchise, all of which have featured Hollywood star Depardieu.
The members of the syndicate are Ingrid Reder, owning 264,088 shares, Fritz Zumtobel (176,088), Juerg Zumtobel (144,248) and the private foundations Augmentor (4,205,752), Asterix (4,121,752), GWZ (1,044,660), Hektor (2,310,180), Orion (3,090,752).
The Galaxy and Asterix chandeliers can be further customized by specifying length and two, three, four or five arms.
Families can take advantage of subsidised activities across Europe such as canoeing adventures, spa entry, half price entry to Parc Asterix and free entry to Chateau Chambord in the Loire.
Families should look for deals around May half-term, and for packages with discounted entry for families to big attractions nearby, like Parc Asterix and Disneyland Paris.
Also, with regard to a letter in the April 22 Feedback from Asterix Group's Christine Lehtonen, it should have been pointed out that Asterix was the agency of record for Olivia Cruises until being terminated by the company about six months prior to the dismissal of Amy Errett.
The Russian partner's contribution will be in the form of two label converting plants, Kontur Plus in Moscow and Asterix in Saint Petersburg.
Results of the international ASTERIX trial have important implications for patients on lifelong low-dose aspirin.