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The Mavis's
The Mavis's were an Australian pop band from Ballarat, Victoria. The band was composed of Matt Thomas , his sister Becky Thomas , Nick Gill , Andrea Vendy , and Josh Alexander . They are best known for their 1998 synth-driven single "Cry", which appeared on the Triple J Hottest 100 for 1998

The Name of the Game (Grey's Anatomy)
"The Name of the Game" is the 22nd episode of the second season of the ABC series, Grey's Anatomy. The episode was written by Blythe Robe and was directed by Seith Mann. It originally aired on April 2, 2006, running for 42:07 min.-Starring:

The Nu Kats
The Nu Kats were a popular original music rock group from Minneapolis in the 1970s, 80s and 90s. The band performed under many other names, including Skogie, Skogie and the Flaming Pachucos, The Kats, Boy and The Kat Club.

The One (band)
The One were a British band formed to back Peter Perrett on his first new material since The Only Ones originally split up in 1981.Perrett initially started work with Miyuki, who was a keyboard player and was his manager's wife. A full band was then assembled via advertisements in Melody Maker

The One (Elton John song)
"The One" is the first single from Elton John's 1992 album, also called The One. The song came a year after "Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me", his live collaboration with George Michael, which topped the charts in his native UK, in the US and Canada. This single also did well, peaking at #10 on the UK Singles Chart, a spot higher, at #9, on the U.S

The One (EP)
The One is the only EP to be released by Canadian thrash metal band Annihilator to date. It was released in 2004 before the album All for You.-Track listing:#All for You [Single Edit]#Weapon X [Non-Album Bonus]#The One [Single Edit]

The One (Gary Allan song)
"The One" is a song written by Karen Manno and Billy Lee, and recorded by American country music singer Gary Allan that reached the Top 5 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. It was released in January 2002 as the second single from his CD, Alright Guy

The One (Jane Zhang album)
The One was the debut album that was released by Jane Zhang, who was one of the runner-ups in the 2005 Super Girl competition. This album contains ten tracks, three of which are in English.

The One (Kylie Minogue song)
"The One" is a song by Australian record artist Kylie Minogue. It is her fifth and last single from her tenth studio album, X . "The One" was written by by Minogue, Richard Stannard, James Wiltshire, Russell Small, John Andersson, Johan Emmoth and Emma Holmgren, the song was released as the album's fifth and final official single

The One (Thelonious One)
Thelonious One or The One is an American, composer, singer-songwriter, and producer, signed to Om Records.He is also co-founder of Chocolate Bear Entertainment with his in house producer, Geoffrey Edwards.-Style:

The One (TV program)
The One is an Australian television program broadcast by the Seven Network, hosted by Andrew Daddo. The program pits several psychics against one another, participating in trials which challenge their purported abilities in activities such as clairvoyance, telepathy and mediumship to determine who is Australia's top psychic.The psychics' abilities are observed by a studio audience

The Other Place (book)
The Other Place is a young adult novel written by Monica Hughes, first published in 1999.It was nominated for the 2000 Silver Birch Award.- Plot :

The Others (album)
The Others is the self-titled debut album by the English band, The Others. The album was released on 31 January 2005 in the UK on Mercury Records.-Track listing:#"Lackey"#"In the Background"#"William"#"Almanac"#"How I Nearly Lost You"#"Stan Bowles

The Others (album)
The Others is the self-titled debut album by the English band, The Others. The album was released on 31 January 2005 in the UK on Mercury Records.-Track listing:#"Lackey"#"In the Background"#"William"#"Almanac"#"How I Nearly Lost You"#"Stan Bowles

The Others (band)
The Others are an English rock band, signed to Poptones in July 2004 and their eponymous debut album was released on 31 January 2005.-Career:

The pen is mightier than the sword
"The pen is mightier than the sword" is a metonymic adage coined by English author Edward Bulwer-Lytton in 1839 for his play Richelieu; Or the Conspiracy. The play was about Cardinal Richelieu, though in the author's words "license with dates and details..

The Perfect Element, Part I
The Perfect Element, Part I is Pain of Salvation's third studio album, released in October 2000. It is a concept album that focuses on the forming of the individual, particularly on the events from one's childhood and adolescence. It is the first segment of a planned three-part concept

The Plot Thickens
The Plot Thickens is a compilation of old and new tracks from the Houston, Texas band The Jonbenet. It was released on August 26, 2005 by Pluto Records.-Track listing:#"Eating Lightning Pt

The Quillan Games
The Quillan Games is the seventh book in D.J. Machale's Pendragon book series. The book takes place after The Rivers of Zadaa and was released on May 16, 2006 in Canada and the US

The Real Deal
The Real Deal may refer to:* The Real Deal By The Isley Brothers* The Real Deal * a nickname for boxer Evander Holyfield* a nickname for baseball pitcher J.D. Durbin* The Real Deal * The Real Deal

The Riddle-Master of Hed
The Riddle-Master of Hed is a fantasy novel by Patricia A. McKillip. It is the first book of the Riddle Master Trilogy, the following two books being Heir of Sea and Fire and Harpist in the Wind. It was published in 1976.

The Rifles (band)
The Rifles are an English indie rock band from Chingford, London.Their debut album No Love Lost was released on 17 July 2006 and reached #26 in the UK charts

The Rock (Frankie Miller album)
The Rock is the third album from The Frankie Miller Band. It features The Memphis Horns and The Edwin Hawkins Singers who supply backing vocals on classic songs like, "A Fool in Love", which enjoyed considerable airplay on both sides of the Atlantic and was a sizeable hit in the USA

The Rock (Rachmaninoff)
The Rock, Op. 7 is a fantasia or symphonic poem for orchestra written by Sergei Rachmaninoff in the summer of 1893. It is dedicated to Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov.- Inspiration :

The Science Network
The Science Network is a non-profit, web-based organization concerned with science and its impact on society.The mission of The Science Network is to build an online science and society agora, or public square, dedicated to the discussion of issues at the intersection of science and social policy

The Second World War (Churchill)
The Second World War is a history, originally published in six volumes, of the period from the end of the First World War to July 1945, written by Winston Churchill. It was largely responsible for his being awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1953

The Show (1922 film)
-Cast:* Larry Semon - The Prop Man/Gentle Onlooker* Oliver Hardy - Stage manager/Audience Member * Frank Alexander - Ballet dancer/Wife of Man with Family* Lucille Carlisle - Leading lady* Betty Young - Dancer* Alice Davenport - Audience member

The Show (1927 film)
The Show is a 1927 silent American drama film directed by Tod Browning, based upon C.T. Jackson's 1910 novel, The Day of Souls.-Plot:A Hungarian carnival troupe follows a young girl who reforms a tearaway after her old suitor tried to kill him with a poisonous lizard.-Cast:* John Gilbert - Cock Robin* Renée Adorée - Salome* Lionel Barrymore - The Greek* Edward Connelly -

The Sky's the Limit (album)
The Sky's the Limit is the fourth studio album released by American country music band BlackHawk. Their final studio album for Arista Nashville, it features the singles "There You Have It" and "Your Own Little Corner of My Heart", which respectively reached #4 and #27 on the Hot Country Songs charts

The SOS Band
The SOS Band is an American musical ensemble, founded in Atlanta, Georgia in 1977. Originally known as Santa Monica, the 'SOS' initialism in the band's name stands for Sounds of Success.-History:

The Soundhouse Tapes
- Credits :*Paul Di'Anno - vocals*Dave Murray - guitar*Steve Harris - bass guitar*Doug Sampson - drums

The Sports Network
The Sports Network, commonly abbreviated as TSN, is a Canadian English language Category C specialty channel and is Canada's leading English language sports TV channel. TSN premiered in 1984, in the first group of Canadian specialty cable channels

The Stalin
were an influential Japanese punk rock band formed in June 1980, by leader and vocalist Michiro Endo. After numerous member changes, he disbanded the group in February 1985. In May 1987 Michiro formed a group called Video Stalin, which mostly made videos instead of albums, they disbanded in 1988

The Tempest
The Tempest is a play by William Shakespeare, believed to have been written in 1610–11, and thought by many critics to be the last play that Shakespeare wrote alone. It is set on a remote island, where Prospero, the exiled Duke of Milan, plots to restore his daughter Miranda to her rightful place, using illusion and skillful manipulation

The Tension and the Spark
-Related tracks and B-sides:*"Touch" - B-side "Pop!ular" single.*"Zero" - B-side "Pop!ular" single.*"Random Blinking Light" - B-side on "Darkness" single.*"Let's Go" - an out-take from the album which became a B-side for his 2007 single "Me Myself and ".

The Troggs
The Troggs are an English rock band from the 1960s that had a number of hits in UK and the US. Their most famous songs include, "Wild Thing", "With a Girl Like You", and "Love Is All Around"

The Troubles (Law & Order episode)
"The Troubles" is the twentieth episode of NBC's legal drama Law & Order. It originally aired on 26 March 1991.-Plot:A Cuban drug dealer and an IRA militant are suspected of the murder of a Lebanese drug smuggler and gun runner. Logan must deal with his own bias and sympathy towards the Irish suspect to investigate the crime

The Way I Am (Ana Johnsson album)
Includes the videos:*On the road with... Ana Johnsson*We Are [Music Video] -Japanese Version :CD#"We Are" – 3:57#"Don't Cry for Pain" – 3:48#"The Way I Am" – 3:32#"I'm Stupid" – 3:48#"Life" – 3:08

The Whole SHeBANG
The Whole SHeBANG is the debut album by the American country music group SHeDAISY. It was released on May 11, 1999 on Lyric Street Records, and has been certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America

The Yardbirds
- Current :* Chris Dreja - rhythm guitar, backing vocals * Jim McCarty - drums, backing vocals * Ben King - lead guitar * David Smale - bass, backing vocals

The Ziggens
The Ziggens are a band based out of Orange County, California whose self-described style of "cowpunksurfabilly" combines elements of surf, rockabilly, punk, ska, and country. The Ziggens are led by Bert Susanka who sings and plays rhythm guitar. Other members include Dickie Little on lead guitar, Jon Poutney on bass, and Brad Conyers who plays the drums and provides background vocals

Theatrical (horse)
Theatrical is an Irish-bred Thoroughbred racehorse who won the 1987 Breeders' Cup Turf and is a successful sire.A son of Nureyev, who in turn was sired by Northern Dancer, out of the mare Tree Of Knowledge who won the 1974 Hollywood Gold Cup, Theatrical was bred by Bertram & Diana Firestone at their Gilltown Stud in Kilcullen, County Kildare, Ireland.Racing at age three on

Theatrical technician
A theatrical technician, is a person who operates technical equipment and systems in the Performing arts and Entertainment industry

Theban
Theban can refer to:* A thing or person of or from the city of Thebes, Greece.* A thing or person of or from the city of Thebes, Egypt.* The occult Theban alphabet

Thebes
Thebes may refer to one of the following places:* Thebes, Egypt, Thebes of the Hundred Gates, one-time capital of the New Kingdom of Egypt* Thebes, Greece, a city in Boeotia Prefecture**Ancient Thebes , Thebes of the Seven Gates

Thee (film)
Thee is a 1981 Tamil film directed R. Krishnamurthy. Rajnikanth plays the lead role and Suman plays the role of his brother. It is a remake of the classic Hindi film Deewar starring Amitabh Bachchan and Shashi Kapoor and directed by Yash Chopra.-Plot:

Theft (disambiguation)
Theft is the illegal taking of another person's property without that person's freely-given consent.Theft may also refer to:* A Theft, a 1989 American novel* "The Theft", a 2006 metalcore song* Theft: A Love Story, a 2006 Australian novel

Theia
In Greek mythology, Theia "goddess" or "divine" , also called Euryphaessa "wide-shining," was a Titan

Theion
Theion may refer to, Greek for "sulfur", Greek for "divine", see Theos

Thelma
Thelma is a female given name meaning "will, volition" in Greek. Note that although consonant with another female given name, Selma, the two are not synonymous.Thelma may refer to:-Persons:* Thelma Aoyama, Japanese pop singer

Thelma Aoyama
, born October 27, 1987, is a Japanese pop and R&B singer. She is part Afro-Trinidadian and Japanese.She is probably best known for her collaboration song with SoulJa, "Koko ni Iru yo", and her answer song "Soba ni Iru ne"

Them (2006 film)
Them is a 2006 French horror film directed by David Moreau and Xavier Palud.Olivia Bonamy plays Clementine, a young teacher, who has recently moved from France to a remote but idyllic country house near Bucharest, Romania with her lover Lucas played by Michael Cohen.- Story :The film opens with a mother and daughter driving along a deserted country road at night

Them (album)
Them is the first studio album by hip hop duo Themselves when they were known simply as "Them". The album was first released in 1999 with a re-release in 2003.- Track listing :#"I"#"Directions To My Special Place"#"Joyful Toy of a 1001 Faces"

Them (TV series)
Them is a television drama about a sleeper cell of aliens living within the city of Los Angeles. It is produced by CBS Paramount television, and was ordered to pilot for the 2008 season for the Fox network

THEM (TV series)
"T.H.E.M." was a short-lived TV series. On the show, a gang of street magicians set up various scenarios to lure unsuspecting targets. After the team bewildered their victims, they would reveal themselves to the target as one of T.H.E.M.The members of T.H.E.M

Theme
-Art:* Theme , the unifying subject or idea of the type of visual work* Theme , the unifying subject or idea of a story* Theme , the initial or principal melody in a musical piece

Theme
-Art:* Theme , the unifying subject or idea of the type of visual work* Theme , the unifying subject or idea of a story* Theme , the initial or principal melody in a musical piece

Theme (arts)
In the visual arts, a theme is a broad idea or a message conveyed by a work, such as a performance, a painting, or a motion picture. This message is usually about life, society or human nature. Themes are the fundamental and often universal ideas explored in a work. Themes are usually implied rather than explicitly stated

Themes
Themes is a 1989 compilation album of works by Greek electronic composer and artist Vangelis. It featured some previously released tracks from Vangelis's other albums, as well as some pieces from movie soundtracks that had not previously been released.

Themes (Clannad album)
Themes is a compilation album released in 1992 by the Irish music group Clannad.-1992 Track listing:# "Both Sides Now" – 4:47# "Robin " – 2:50# "Rí Na Cruinne" – 4:02# "Ancient Forest" – 3:00# "Atlantic Realm" – 3:47

Themes (Psychic TV album)
Themes is an album by Psychic TV originally included with the initial 5,000 pressings of Force The Hand Of Chance.-Reissues:* The album was remixed and re-released in 1992 as Cold Dark Matter.

Theming
Theming refers to "the use of an overarching theme...to create a holistic and integrated spatial organization of a consumer venue." Often themes are derived from history, different cultures and fantasy.

Themis
Themis is an ancient Greek Titaness. She is described as "of good counsel", and is the embodiment of divine order, law, and custom. Themis means "divine law" rather than human ordinance, literally "that which is put in place", from the verb τίθημι, títhēmi, "to put"

Themisto (disambiguation)
- Greek mythology :* Themisto, the third and last wife of Athamas* Themisto, a daughter of the river god Inachus, who became the mother of Ister by Zeus* Themisto, one of the Nereids

Then
Then may refer to:* Then language, spoken in Guizhou, China* Then , a 1999 compilation album released in Canada* Then , a 2002 album by Japanese singer Misako Odani

Then (Canadian series)
Then is a music compilation album that was released in Canada in 1999.- Track listing :#The B-52's : "Love Shack"#Pet Shop Boys : "Always on My Mind"#Hothouse Flowers : "Don't Go"#UB40 : " Falling In Love With You"