Ceased Operations

Some articles on ceased operations, ceased:

List Of United States Cable And Satellite Television Networks/Arts - Defunct Networks (no Longer in Existence Under Any Name) - Music
... jazz and gospel music videos The Box Music channel that originated in 1982 and ceased operations in 2001 when replaced by MTV2 Cable Music Channel Turner Broadcasting Started in the 1980s ... performances in conjunction with selling albums NOYZ Bullfrog Media Ceased operations in early January 2008 after parent company's bankruptcy The Tube Music ...
List Of AHL Seasons - Seasons
4 West Division 4 The Buffalo Bisons ceased operations after 11 games ... East Division 4 West Division 4 The Philadelphia Rockets ceased operations ... The Springfield Indians ceased operations ...
Michigan Northern Railway - Ceased Operations
... The severe economic recession of the early 1980s forced the state of Michigan to reduce its subsidies to northern Michigan railroads and their customers ... Michigan Northern service ended in fall 1984 from Reed City to Grand Rapids (Comstock Park) ...
Kansas City Blades
... to be for two seasons, but the Blades, and the entire IHL, ceased operations one year into the partnership ... Due to financial troubles, the IHL ceased operations in the summer of 2001 ... The DeVos family chose to move The Griffins to the AHL and The Blades ceased to exist ...
List Of Boeing 767 Operators - Former Airline Operators - Europe
... into Austrian Airlines Belgium CityBird - ceased operations October, 2001 Sobelair - ceased operations January 19, 2004 Bulgaria Balkan Airlines - ceased operations in 2002 France Aeris ...

Famous quotes containing the words operations and/or ceased:

    There is a patent office at the seat of government of the universe, whose managers are as much interested in the dispersion of seeds as anybody at Washington can be, and their operations are infinitely more extensive and regular.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Most of us live in a world that has ceased to exist.
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)