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Alton Towers Resort will also be giving away limited edition Nemesis 25 pin badges to the first 250 riders on the rollercoaster each day of the event and all guests will get to enjoy 25 per cent off all official Nemesis merchandise.
"Back in the 1990s when we began work on Nemesis, we knew it was something revolutionary and would take the theme park industry by storm," he says.
"Resident Evil 3: Nemesis" - released in 1999 - is another game that was very successful at the time of its launch.
The project is funded and developed by the Taku Clan, under the codename NEMESIS; Neural Embryonic Morphing Experimental Synthetic Immune System something or other."
Through Orc Followers and Nemesis Fortresses, players now have entirely new ways to experience the world, due to the choices and opportunities provided by the expanded Nemesis System.
In fact, this twin, which is named a Nemesis, may have been responsible for forcing an asteroid into Earth's orbit, leading to the extinction of the dinosaurs.
Set in distant space in a galactic empire, The Diabolic is narrated by Nemesis, a humanoid teenage girl born and bred to be a weapon.
Vango Nemesis 300 tent If you are planning a wild camping adventure this summer, take a look at this three-man tent.
The Cavan actor played Nidge's nemesis Det Mick Moynihan in the RTE crime drama.
Nemesis Bioscience was founded in 2014 by microbiologist Frank Massam and molecular biologists Conrad Lichtenstein and Gi Mikawa.
Nemesis's method means that hospital patients who have picked up infections could be treated with Nemesis Symbiotics that inactivate antibiotic resistance.