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  2. Full Service (book) - Wikipedia

    Full Service: My Adventures in Hollywood and the Secret Sex Lives of the Stars is a 2012 "tell-all" book about the sex lives of Hollywood stars from the late 1940s to the early 1980s by Scotty Bowers, with Lionel Friedberg as a contributing author. Bowers makes many claims about the sex lives of many people, most of whom were associated with ...

  3. Full-service radio - Wikipedia

    Full-service radio. Full service (also known as hometown radio) is a type of radio format; the format is characterized by a mix of music programming (usually drawing from formats such as adult contemporary, country, or oldies) and a large amount of locally-produced and hyperlocal programming, such as news and discussion focusing on local issues ...

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    Wikipedia [note 3] is a free content online encyclopedia written and maintained by a community of volunteers, known as Wikipedians, through open collaboration and the use of the wiki -based editing system MediaWiki. Wikipedia is the largest and most-read reference work in history.

  5. Filling station - Wikipedia

    In the past, filling stations in the United States offered a choice between full service and self service. Before 1970, full service was the norm, and self-service was rare. Today, few stations advertise or provide full service. Full service stations are more common in wealthy and upscale areas. The cost of full service is usually assessed as a ...

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    Tropical Storm Hernan was a short-lived tropical cyclone that caused widespread flooding and destructive mudslides across southwestern Mexico in late August 2020. The eighth named storm of the 2020 Pacific hurricane season, Hernan formed to the southwest of Mexico on August 26. The cyclone peaked with maximum sustained winds of 70 km/h (45 mph ...

  7. Full service - Wikipedia

    A level of hospitality or comprehensiveness. An airline with a traditional service level, as opposed to a low-cost carrier. A full-service restaurant, where waiters take food orders from customers seated at tables. A hotel that offers full standardized industry amenities. A car wash where attendants wash the interior as well as the exterior of ...

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    Wikipedia is a free online encyclopedia that anyone can edit, and millions already have . Wikipedia's purpose is to benefit readers by presenting information on all branches of knowledge. Hosted by the Wikimedia Foundation, it consists of freely editable content, whose articles also have numerous links to guide readers towards more information.

  9. Category : Full service radio stations in the United States

    Pages in category "Full service radio stations in the United States" The following 112 pages are in this category, out of 112 total. This list may not reflect recent changes .