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The BMW 2 Series is a range of subcompact executive cars (C-segment) manufactured by BMW since 2014. The 2 Series was created when BMW spun-off the 2-door models (coupé and convertible) of the BMW 1 Series into a separate series.
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Volumes in this series consist of articles originally published in books and journals in Russia or Japan. Recent volumes include articles offering timely research by world-class mathematicians. This series includes Advances in Soviet Mathematics titles published since 1995.
Funding for MASTERPIECE is provided by Viking and Raymond James, with additional support from public television viewers and contributors to The Masterpiece Trust, created to help ensure the series' future.
The Bad Batch Season 2 was first announced on August 5, 2021 on StarWars.com, with a 2022 release date. On January 25, 2022, issue 208 of Star Wars Insider stated that it would release in Spring 2022. The next issue, however, removed the season and stated only the year. At Star Wars Celebration Anaheim, a panel was held for the show on May 29, 2022, after which a trailer was released which stated that the season would be released in the fall. Disney+ later stated a September 28 release date, though the series was not included when the listings for September 2022 were released. The season was given a January 4, 2023 release date at D23 that month. It was also announced that the season will have 16 episodes and feature a two-episode premiere, midseason, and finale. 
The second series of Thomas & Friends premiered on 24 September 1986 in the UK. Ringo Starr narrated all twenty-six episodes in the UK as well as seventeen of them on Shining Time Station, with George Carlin re-narrating all of the episodes for the US, with most of them being aired between 1991 and 1998.
The majority of the episodes were based on stories written by the Reverend W. Awdry. Christopher Awdry was commissioned to write a new Railway Series book as source material for the second series. Two stories from More About Thomas the Tank Engine provided additional roles for Bertie and Harold. The episode Thomas and the Missing Christmas Tree was a one-off story written by Christopher Awdry. According to the original end credits for Thomas and Trevor, the episode is "based on the story by Christopher Awdry from original material by Britt Allcroft and David Mitton." All of Christopher Awdry's new stories were added later in production.
Percy's Promise, Gordon Goes Foreign and Double Header were originally considered but were dropped and replaced by Christopher Awdry's new stories. According to Robert Gauld-Galliers, "Gordon Goes Foreign" in particular was not filmed because its production costs' budget was too high. Additionally, The Missing Coach, based on a story from The Twin Engines, was due to be filmed. The episode was halfway through production before Britt Allcroft decided to cut the episode, citing a lack of action and a storyline which was too convoluted for young viewers to follow. Percy's Promise and Double Header, whose name would be changed to Time for Trouble, would be seen in the third series.
This series contains catalogs from various vendors. Boxes 33-37 contain catalogs arranged in alphabetical order ranging approximately from the 1960s to the 1990s. Boxes 38-44 contain unprocessed catalogs. 041b061a72