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At half the size of the original C64, it's apparently a "fully functioning" system with a built-in keyboard, two USB ports, and a joystick.
'Birth Control via Your C64' 1988, The Australian Commodore Review, vol.
An agreement to develop a series of mobile games based on 1980's classic games developed for the Commodore C64 computer has been established by Kiloo, a mobile entertainment publisher.
Mr Nicholson said, 'The C64 is particularly popular because it's the first time a home computer has been brought back as a retro option.'
C69/2 is predominantly the germplasm of C31/6 (PI 590799) (Lewellen et al., 1978) with smaller amounts from C37, C46/ 2 (PI 590800), C39 (PI 583373) (Lewellen, 1995), C64 (McFarlane and Skoyen, 1965), and other sources.
Among the new models from Spyderco this year is the C64 Meerkat Clipit.
The new MeerKat C64 from Spyderco is a palm-sized folder with the unique Phantom Lock system.
(C64) Getting needed care (composite): Was it easy to find a personal doctor assess access to care or nurse for your child you are happy with?
Originally, Miller "king" of swing big bands, was thought to have died when his C64 Norseman plane was shot down by German aircraft or to have suffered a mechanical failure and crashed into the English Channel.
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