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XTC were a New Wave band from Swindon, England, active between 1976 and 2005. The band enjoyed some chart success, including the UK and Canadian hits "Making Plans for Nigel" and "Senses Working Overtime" , but are perhaps even better known for their long-standing critical success.- Early years: 1972–1977 :First coming together in 1972, the core

XTC (album)
XTC is the debut album of American R&B and soul singer-songwriter Anthony Hamilton, released October 29, 1996 on MCA Records in the United States. The album failed to chart on both the Billboard 200 and the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts, and subsequently went out of print

XTC (disambiguation)
- Songs and albums :*XTC , a 1930 song by Elgar*XTC, the opening theme to the Witchblade anime series, performed by Psychic Lover*XTC , a 1996 album by Anthony Hamilton- Computer science :

XTC (Elgar)
”XTC” is a song with words and music written by the English composer Edward Elgar in 1930. It was his last song.Elgar's sketches for the accompanying music were written separately from the words

Xu may refer to:* Xu , a Chinese surname* !Xu, a name for the !Kung group of Bushmen, and may refer to the !Kung language or the !Kung people* !Xu , the creator god of the !Kung* Xu Garden, a garden in Nanjing, China

The Xuereb surname is quoted by author Charles A. Gauci in his book The Genealogy and Heraldry of the Noble Families of Malta. The author writes that the earliest references of this family go back to 1517 with Tommeo Xuereb mentioned as "Nobile" or "Noble".

XV or Xv may refer to:* 15 in Roman numerals* XV , rapper from Wichita, Kansas, United States* XV , an album by King's X* Xv, a shareware image display and manipulation program for Unix

XV (album)
XV is the twelfth studio album by King's X, released in May 2008. XV is the first King's X albums since 1996's Ear Candy to chart on the Billboard Top 200, peaking at #145

XX may refer to:* 20 in Roman numerals* XX chromosomes, see XY sex-determination system* XX , a fictitional organisation in XIII* Dos Equis , a brand of Mexican beer* "XX"

XXL (album)
XXL is the second studio album by Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Band, released on September 23, 2003. It includes guest performances from saxophonist Michael Brecker, the vocal group Take 6, clarinetist Eddie Daniels and singer Johnny Mathis.-Track listing:

XXL (band)
XXL was a Macedonian girl pop group from Skopje who represented the Republic of Macedonia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2000 with the song "100% Te Ljubam" in Stockholm, Sweden. Versions of the song were recorded in both Macedonian and English

XXL (club)
XXL is a gay nightclub in London which primarily caters for the bear sub-group. The nightclub is situated at 51/53 Southwark Street, under a number of railway arches just outside of London Bridge being relatively close to London Bridge and Southwark. The club was founded by Mark Ames and his then partner David Dindol in 2000

XXL (French TV)
XXL is a television channel in France that is dedicated to pornography and erotica. Created in 1996 and transmitted by the AB Sat satellite, it was at the time the first French channel to broadcast pornography every evening

XXL (Mylène Farmer song)
"XXL" is a 1995 song recorded by French singer-songwriter Mylène Farmer. The song was the lead single from her fourth studio album Anamorphosée and was released on 19 September 1995. It marked an important change in the singer's career, with more rock sonorities, easier lyrics to understand and a music video directed by a new producer

XXV (album)
XXV is the 25th anniversary compilation album by Polish death metal band Vader. The album is a collection of re-recorded songs from earlier Vader albums, from The Ultimate Incantation up to The Beast

XXX may refer to:* The number 30 in Roman numerals* The year 30 AD* Games of the XXX Olympiad, the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London, England* Super Bowl XXX, held on January 28, 1996* A mark indicating "extra strong"* Alcoholic beverages

XY may refer to:In science:* xy coordinates, a system used to locate a point in two dimensions according to the cartesian coordinate system* XY sex-determination system, a system in biology* XY model, a model in physicsIn spelling:

Xylobiose is a disaccharide of xylose monomers with a beta-1,4-bond between them.

The xylophone is a musical instrument in the percussion family that consists of wooden bars struck by mallets

Xylopia is a genus of plant in family Annonaceae. This genus is solely composed of trees, distribution of which is pantropical . It contains the following species :* Xylopia africana, Oliv.

Xylose is a sugar first isolated from wood, and named for it. Xylose is classified as a monosaccharide of the aldopentose type, which means that it contains five carbon atoms and includes an aldehyde functional group. It is the precursor to hemicellulose, one of the main constituents of biomass

Xylosyltransferase are transferase enzymes which act upon xylose and are classified under EC 2.4.2.More specifically, they can refer to:* Dolichyl-phosphate D-xylosyltransferase* Dolichyl-xylosyl-phosphate-protein xylosyltransferase

A xylyl is one of a group of chemical radicals denoted by the formula 2C6H3. Xylyls are derived from three xylenes with a hydrogen atom removed.

Xyster (disambiguation)
Xyster may refer to:* Xyster, a surgical instrument* Xyster Framework, an open-source application framework for the computer scripting language PHP* Zapteryx xyster, the southern banded guitarfish

Xystus (architectural term)
Xystus was the Greek architectural term for the covered portico of the gymnasium, in which the exercises took place during the winter or in rainy weather, etc. The Romans applied the term to the garden walk in front of the porticoes, which was divided into flower beds with borders of box, and to a promenade between rows of large trees

XYZ (album)
XYZ is the 1989 self-titled debut album released by the mid 1980's American glam metal band XYZ. There were two hits off the album; "Inside Out" and "What Keeps Me Loving You". The album was a moderate success, charting at No. 99 on the Billboard 200

XYZ (game show)
XYZ was a daytime quiz programme that aired for 1 series on BBC1 in 1993, the programme was hosted by George Marshall.On each edition 3 contestants played against each other for the chance to play for a major prize.-Gameplay:

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