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Grabbers

Grabbers

Grabbers is a 2012 British-Irish monster film directed by Jon Wright and written by Kevin Lehane. The film stars Richard Coyle, Ruth Bradley, Bronagh Gallagher and Russell Tovey among an ensemble cast of Irish actors.

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Undateable

Undateable

Undateable is an American sitcom television series that aired on NBC from May 29, 2014 to January 29, 2016 and originally premiered as a mid-season replacement. The series was created by Adam Sztykiel, based on the book Undateable: 311 Things Guys Do That Guarantee They Won't Be Dating or Having Sex by Ellen Rakieten and Anne Coyle. On May 8, 2015, NBC renewed Undateable for a third season that consisted entirely of live episodes, which premiered on October 9, 2015. On May 13, 2016, NBC canceled the series after three seasons.

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Aziz Ibrahim

Aziz Ibrahim

Aziz-Ur-Rahman Ibrahim (born March 1964) is a British musician. He was born in Longsight, Manchester to Pakistani parents. He is best known for his work as guitarist with Simply Red, The Stone Roses (post-John Squire) and their former vocalist Ian Brown in whose band he regularly performs – both in the studio and live. He is also a member of the H Band with Marillion's lead singer Steve Hogarth and is involved in the writing of the second H Band album. He has also worked with Paul Weller, Steven Wilson, Asia and contributed to The Players' debut album Clear the Decks. Ibrahim's first release was the CD EP Middle Road featuring guest vocals and guitar from Paul Weller. Ibrahim also provided the vocals for Weller's spoken word song entitled "God", on his 2008 album, 22 Dreams along with guitars for previous Paul Weller releases, e.g. Illumination. He followed that with his début album entitled Lahore to Longsight, which he describes as being 'Asian Blues', the album title describes his family journey from Lahore to Longsight, Lahore being the second city of Pakistan and Longsight Aziz's birthplace in inner city Manchester, where he still lives. He performed on the Simply Red 1987/88 world tour but did not feature on the following album. He was called in to replace original guitarist Sylvan Richardson who had left after recording the second album. At this point, apart from Sylvan the line-up featured all original members. Most notably, Ibrahim was the guitarist for the last Stone Roses performance before they split, at the 1996 Reading Festival. After their split Ibrahim continued to tour and write with former Stone Roses front man Ian Brown, co-writing songs such as "My Star", "Corpses in Their Mouths", "Longsight M13", "One Way Ticket to Paradise" and numerous other songs from Unfinished Monkey Business, Golden Greats, Solarized and The Greatest. Ibrahim also scored the music for the Psygnosis PlayStation game Eliminator. The music in the game features samples, electric guitars with effects, electronic drum kits, percussion, and techno sounds. Ibrahim co-founded "No Label" – the name initially came from Ibrahim in a rant about major record labels, how he didn't need them and would start his own label and call it 'No Label Records'. The label was initially formed with co-directors John Sherrington, Nova Rehman and employing Ahsan Naeem as A&R scout. After No Label was established in Bolton, Ibrahim later took a back seat to the set up concentrating on his music. The labels' first release was the début single 'Middle Road" from Aziz Ibrahim followed by the signing of Mark Coyle group 'Tailgunner'. No Label was liquidated in 2000. After the demise of No Label, Ibrahim founded the Longsight Manchester based label Indus Records Ltd.Ibrahim has also been involved in the British Guitar Academy, founded by Steve Rothery of Marillion.

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KRES

KRES

KRES is a radio station broadcasting a classic country music format. Licensed to Moberly, Missouri, USA, the station serves the Columbia, Missouri, area. The station is currently owned by GoodRadio.tv through the holding company Moberly/Macon License Company, LLC and features programing from ABC Radio . The station began broadcasting on 1550 AM in St. Joseph, Missouri, in 1947 playing hits from the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s. The station changed its call sign to KKJO in 1962 and began playing hits from the 50s and 60s. Today KRES broadcasts on 104.7 FM with a classic country music with spot news and agricultural news format. KRES is the Moberly affiliate for St. Louis Cardinals baseball. Throughout the day the on-air programmers who can be heard on KRES include, Brad Boyer, Bill Peterson, Brad Tregnago, Aaron Wood, Eric Messersmith, Brian Hauswirth, Matt Tarnawa, Matt Elliott, Brennan Holtzclaw, Dan Patterson and Curt Derr. In the late 1980s, on air staff included Jack Larson, Jim Coyle, Bob Bagby, Dale Palmer, Ron Block, Larry Weller,Doug Owens and Rich Cain. In the early 1990s, KWIX-KRES radio's on-air staff included St. Louis-area transplants such as Bryan Polcyn, Doug Stewart, Mike Roberts and Paul Lewandowski.

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The Weakest Link

The Weakest Link

The Weakest Link is a British television quiz show, mainly broadcast on BBC Two, but also on BBC One. It was devised by Fintan Coyle and Cathy Dunning, and developed for television by the BBC Entertainment Department. The first ever episode went on air on 14 August 2000. It has since been replicated around the world. The UK version was hosted by Anne Robinson and narrated by Jon Briggs. In April 2011, Robinson announced that she would end her role as the show's hostess by the time her contract would expire as she had served longer than she originally intended to. The original run ended on Saturday 31 March 2012 with the 1,693rd edition. The BBC continues to air the show on BBC Two and internationally on BBC Entertainment.

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Bernardine

Bernardine

Bernardine is a 1957 film directed by Henry Levin and starring Pat Boone, Terry Moore, Dean Jagger, Dick Sargent, and Janet Gaynor. The 1952 play upon which the movie is based was written by Mary Coyle Chase, the Denver playwright who also wrote the smash hit Broadway play Harvey. The title song, with words and music by Johnny Mercer, became a hit record for Boone.

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Hardball

Hardball

Hardball is a 2001 American dramedy film directed by Brian Robbins. It stars Keanu Reeves, Diane Lane and D. B. Sweeney. The screenplay by John Gatins is based on the book Hardball: A Season in the Projects by Daniel Coyle. The original music score is composed by Mark Isham. The film is known in some parts of the U.S. as Little Sluggers.

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Tangled Up

Tangled Up

Tangled Up is the fourth studio album of British girl group Girls Aloud, released on 16 November 2007, through Fascination Records. The album was produced by Brian Higgins and production team Xenomania, and recorded over six months. According to the group, the production and songwriting began with each member meeting with Higgins to discuss what had happened with them since the release of Chemistry. Tangled Up was mostly praised by contemporary music critics upon its release, and achieved moderate success, debuting at number four on the UK Albums Chart, while missing the top twenty on the Irish Albums Chart. The album spawned three top ten singles: "Sexy! No No No..." was co-wrote by Girls Aloud and released as the first single. The second single was "Call the Shots", which performed better than the first, and was deemed as the favorite track on Tangled Up from bandmate Cheryl Cole. The final single, "Can't Speak French", almost missed the top ten, peaking at number nine. To further promote the album, Girls Aloud embarked on a tour of the same name in 2008, also to help stop rumours that the band were splitting up after Nadine Coyle didn't participate on a reality show with the other members of the group for a second time. The tour was recorded and released on DVD.

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Coyle

Coyle

Coyle is a town in Logan County, Oklahoma, United States. The population was 337 at the 2000 census. It is part of the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Statistical Area.

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Psychological contract

Psychological contract

A psychological contract, a concept developed in contemporary research by organizational scholar Denise Rousseau, represents the mutual beliefs, perceptions, and informal obligations between an employer and an employee. It sets the dynamics for the relationship and defines the detailed practically of the work to be done. It is distinguishable from the formal written contract of employment which, for the most part, only identifies mutual duties and responsibilities in a generalized form. Although Rousseau's 1989 article as highlighted by Coyle-Shapiro "was very influential in guiding contemporary research", the concept of psychological contract was first introduced by Argyris - "Since the foremen realize the employees in this system will tend to produce optimally under passive leadership, and since the employees agree, a relationship may be hypothesized to evolve between the employees and the foremen which might be called the "psychological work contract." The employee will maintain the high production, low grievances, etc., if the foremen guarantee and respect the norms of the employee informal culture".

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73027

73027

73027 is the US ZIP code of Langston, Coyle - Oklahoma

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73050

73050

73050 is the US ZIP code of Coyle, Langston - Oklahoma

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  • A. maladaptive
  • B. genetic
  • C. hereditary
  • D. transmissible