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- conclusion. Three of his tetralogies are known to have survived. The traditional arrangement of the works of Plato into nine tetralogies, including some doubtful...
- Tetralogy of Fallot (TOF) is a type of heart defect present at birth. Symptoms at birth may vary from none to severe. Later, there are typically episodes...
- Clarki**** 39 — 895 AD; first six tetralogies, designated B. Codex Parisinus graecus 1807 — circa 900 AD; last two tetralogies and the apocrypha, designated...
- was written later known as the "second Henriad". The two Shakespearean tetralogies share the name Henriad, but only the "second Henriad" has the epic qualities...
- Alien is a science-fiction horror/action media franchise centered on the film series depicting warrant officer Ellen Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) and her...
- The Sea of Fertility (豊饒の海, Hōjō no Umi) is a tetralogy of novels written by the ****anese author Yukio Mishima. The four novels are Spring Snow (1969)...
- The Ware Tetralogy is a series of four science fiction novels by author Rudy Rucker: Software (1982), Wetware (1988), Freeware (1997) and Realware (2000)...
- character designs, mechanical designs and music respectively. The film tetralogy uses 3D CG animation, and provides new scenes, settings and characters...
- This is a list of film series that have four entries. This film, television or video-related list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it with reliably...
- The Ingo tetralogy is a series of four children's novels, set in Cornwall, by British author Helen Dunmore. The four books are, in chronological order...
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