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SFX

pl n
1. (Film) short for sound effects. See sound effect
2. (Film) short for special effects
[C20: s(ound), s(pecial) + a phonetic respelling of effects]
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Founded in 1842 by the Society of Jesus, SFX was run by masters connected to the Jesuit College at Stonyhurst, near Blackburn.
26 May 2015 - US-based electronic music live event and digital content producer SFX Entertainment, Inc.
The new deal builds on the recently announced partnership that SFX and T-Mobile have created with SYCO Entertainment to produce Ultimate DJ, a pioneering television show revolving around the booming electronic music culture and showcasing and cultivating fresh new EMC DJ/producer talent and creative event production skills.
SFX and other link resolvers seamlessly offer links from one information resource to another.
A SFX statement read: ``Following media reports today, SFX has confirmed that Tony Stephens remains totally committed to SFX and that the England captain and Real Madrid player David Beckham continues to be a client and under contract to SFX.
SFX was created by Ex Libris, a worldwide supplier of software solutions for libraries and information centers.
SFX also wants permission to serve food and alcohol in the 70-year-old auditorium, according to the Los Angeles Independent.
First, EBSCOhost customers who also license the SFX server can link directly from EBSCOhost search results via SFX to an extended range of resources and services.
Hitherto competitors, SFX and Nederlander will be booking shows this fall into three major downtown Chi theaters -- the Shubert, the Oriental and the Cadillac Palace.
SFX technology provides libraries with a fully interlinked environment, through which heterogeneous scholarly information resources are seamlessly linked via the Open URL protocol.
com's customers direct access to tickets handled by SFX in the UK.