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NOSNot Otherwise Specified
NOSNetwork Operating System
NOSNational Ocean Service (NOAA)
NOSNational Occupational Standards (UK)
NOSNitric Oxide Synthase
NOSNew Orleans Saints
NOSNosferatu (vampire reference)
NOSNew Old Stock
NOSNotice of Sale
NOSNitrous Oxide System
NOSNederlandse Omroep Stichting
NOSNational Open School
NOSNumber of Statements
NOSNumber Of Sectors
NOSNational Ocean Survey (NOAA)
NOSNature of Suit (legal)
NOSNatural Orifice Surgery (Transdouglas technique)
NOSNew Orleans Square (Disneyland)
NOSNever Out of Stock
NOSNo Other Symptoms
NOSNaval Ordnance Station
NOSNot on Shelf
NOSNATO Office of Security
NOSNot on Schedule
NOSNew Old Stuff
NOSNational Ocean Science
NOSNo One Survives (gaming team)
NOSNovell Operating System
NOSNetwork Optimization System (Sprint)
NOSNight Observation System
NOSNot One Scratch (condition of items for sale)
NOSNext on Stack
NOSNet Outside Sales
NOSNetwork Optimization Support (Cisco)
NOSNational Orthodox School (Amman, Jordan)
NOSNetwork Operations Specialist (Sprint)
NOSNotification of Sourcing
NOSNo Organism Seen (medical/microbiology reference)
NOSNuke On Sight
NOSNon Operational Primitive Sequence
NOSNon-Organic Substance
NOSNorthern Tropospheric Oxidants Study
NOSNetwork Operations Superintendent (railway specialist)
NOSNaval Observatory Station (astronomy and astrophysics; Flagstaff, AZ)
NoSNucleus of Spheres (gaming, Dungeons & Dragons)
NOSNational Orange Show (San Bernardino, CA)
NOSNever on Sunday
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An unauthorised adaptation of Bram Stoker's Dracula, Nosferatu is regarded as a visual masterpiece, and has been voted as the second best-reviewed horror film.
Si lo muerde alguna vampira, se transformara en Nosferatu.
Prinzler describes Nosferatu as a symphony of horror, adapted from Bram Stoker''s novel Dracula, but with the names changed to avoid accusations of copyright infringement.
He had starred in more than 130 arthouse movies including 1979's Nosferatu the Vampire, Fitzcarraldo (1982) and Aguirre: The Wrath of God (1972).
But this time, he's going all continental on us by journeying through European horror cinema, beginning with FW Murnau's silent classic Nosferatu, a thinly veiled take on Dracula that was shot in Slovakia and released in 1922.
Based on Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau's Nosferatu, a Symphony of Horror (1922), one of the masterpieces of German expressionist cinema, this essay attempts to trace the intermedial exchanges of film and the other arts as an act of intermedial incorporation.
The chapter on Nosferatu can be taken as an exemplary case here, because most readers will be familiar with F.
What to do with Nosferatu, then, which deploys expressionist conventions that are -- by contemporary art house standards -- deliberately taken over the top?
The Vampire Film: From Nosferatu to True Blood" discusses the history of the vampire in film, providing a unique blend of sex and violence that viewers have been devouring decades.
Comisiynwyd y sgr yn arbennig ar gyfer Nosferatu yn 1992.
Later, at the dinner table, Nosferatu crouches behind an enormous parchment, his black, close-set eyes only inches away from the legal documents that will bring him to London.
For he knows his neighbour, Colin Farrell, is the blood sucking nosferatu who has carried out a series of killings in the area.