This IBM 4683 register uses a controller with a 4690 operating system.
FAT32 directory structure with three files, two of which use VFAT long file names.

Specially designed point of sale (POS) operating system, originally sold by IBM.

- 4690 Operating System

The FlexOS-based operating systems IBM 4680 OS and IBM 4690 OS support unique distribution attributes stored in some bits of the previously reserved areas in the directory entries:

- Design of the FAT file system
This IBM 4683 register uses a controller with a 4690 operating system.
Grand Prix Circuit (1999–present)
Nyck de Vries secured his first Drivers' Championship at the Berlin ePrix.
Grand Prix Circuit Proposal (2006)
Edoardo Mortara was runner-up, driving for Venturi Racing.
Formula E Pre-Season Testing Circuit (2018-2019)<ref>{{Cite web|title= Valencia Testing 16-19 October 2018 Circuit Map V1|url=,-101,603 |access-date= 30 December 2021}}</ref>
Mercedes secured their first Teams' Championship.
Formula E Circuit (2021-present)

On 28 January 2021, it was announced that the circuit would host the Valencia ePrix as the 5th and 6th round of the 2020–21 Formula E World Championship, to be held on 24 April 2021, replacing the cancelled Paris ePrix.

- Circuit Ricardo Tormo

On 28 January FIA Formula E published a revised calendar for the first part of the season with the addition of Formula E's first race on a permanent race circuit to take place at the Circuit Ricardo Tormo in Valencia, the return to the calendar of the Marrakesh ePrix, which was originally set to be discontinued, and the cancellation of the Season 7 running of the Paris ePrix due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

- 2020–21 Formula E World Championship
Grand Prix Circuit (1999–present)
Theatrical release poster

6 Days is a 2017 action thriller film directed by Toa Fraser and written by Glenn Standring.

- 6 Days (2017 film)

He was Writer and Executive Producer on the UK-NZ thriller 6 Days which featured Abbie Cornish, Mark Strong and Jamie Bell.

- Glenn Standring
Theatrical release poster
Tennell at the 2018 Internationaux de France
Tennell at the 2017 Junior Worlds Championships
Tennell during her free skate at the 2018 Internationaux de France
Tennell performing during the Exhibition at the 2018 Internationaux de France
Tennell during the Exhibition at the 2018 Internationaux de France
Tennell during her short program at the 2019 Grand Prix Final
Tennell performing her free skate during the 2019 Grand Prix Final
The women's podium at the 2018 Internationaux de France. From left: Mai Mihara (2nd), Rika Kihira (1st), Bradie Tennell (3rd)

Senior international figure skating competition, held in November 2016 at the Tondiraba Ice Hall in Tallinn, Estonia.

- 2016 CS Tallinn Trophy

She missed six months of competition over two years, but made her senior international debut in November 2016, at the 2016 Tallinn Trophy, where she came in third place.

- Bradie Tennell
Tennell at the 2018 Internationaux de France
Thompson in 2012
Thompson at his Brampton Arts Walk of Fame star unveiling, 2014

Canadian comedian and television actor, best known for being a member of the comedy troupe The Kids in the Hall and for playing Brian on The Larry Sanders Show.

- Scott Thompson (comedian)

The ceremony was hosted by Scott Thompson.

- 24th Genie Awards
Thompson in 2012

Canadian television journalist.

- Gord Martineau

Gord Martineau - CityNews (Citytv)

- 22nd Gemini Awards
Donna Simpson performing with The Waifs on 18 May 2007 in Brisbane, Queensland

A Brief History... (2004)

- Donna Simpson (musician)

Donna Simpson – Guitar, Vocals, Photography

- A Brief History...
Donna Simpson performing with The Waifs on 18 May 2007 in Brisbane, Queensland
Rensenbrink in 1978
AFC DWS before a match against FC Volendam, August 1959.
Rob Rensenbrink in 1974

Dutch football club from Amsterdam, currently competing in the Tweede Klasse (Second Class), the sixth tier of amateur football in the Netherlands.


Born in Amsterdam, Rensenbrink started his career at DWS, an Amsterdam amateur club, before moving to Belgian side Club Brugge in 1969.

- Rob Rensenbrink
1991 Hugo Award

Science fiction short story by American science fiction author Terry Bisson.

- Bears Discover Fire

Best Short Story: "Bears Discover Fire" by Terry Bisson

- 49th World Science Fiction Convention
1991 Hugo Award
The trophy awarded to champions
Colours of Sparta
Nations which participated in the Mitropa Cup (1927–1940)
Interior of Generali Arena on a matchday in November 2002
The president and the captain of Bologna, Renato Dall'Ara (left) and Mirko Pavinato (right), with the trophy of the 1961 season.

It is the most successful club in the Czech Republic and one of the most successful in central Europe, winning the central European Cup (also known as the Mitropa Cup) three times as well as having reached the semi-finals of the European Cup (now the UEFA Champions League) in 1992 and the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup in 1973.

- AC Sparta Prague

The first winners were the Czech side, AC Sparta Prague.

- Mitropa Cup