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Chicken Fried

Chicken Fried

"Chicken Fried" is the title of a song which has been recorded by two different bands. The first version was recorded in 2003 by the Zac Brown Band, whose frontman Zac Brown wrote it, for the 2005 album Home Grown. A second version was then released in 2006 by The Lost Trailers, whose version was released as a single but withdrawn from radio. Two years later, the Zac Brown Band re-recorded the song and released it as the first single from their album The Foundation. In late 2008, it became their first chart single, as well as their first number-one hit on the Billboard country charts. The Zac Brown Band version was also featured in the 2008 movie Witless Protection, starring Larry the Cable Guy. The song has also been placed at number 39 for the Taste of Country's "Top 100 Country Songs of all Time" chart.

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Zac efron

Zac efron

Questions: Is Zac and Vanessa still dating? Yes. Does Zac Efron have a cousin named Paige? Yes, he does.

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Zac

Zac

Zac is a fictional character in the original version of the TV series Battlestar Galactica, portrayed by Rick Springfield. He is the brother of Captain Apollo and Lieutenant Athena, and the son of Commander Adama and Ila. On his first flight with his brother, Zac is killed by an unexpected Cylon attack preceding what was intended to be peace negotiations. He subsequently appears in Richard Hatch's relaunch novels set after the end of the TV series, having joined the Seraphs on their Ship of Lights. Zac's analog in the new Battlestar Galactica is Zak Adama. Zak faces a similar fate in the new series.

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Gibsons

Gibsons

Gibsons is a coastal community of 4,200 located in southwestern British Columbia, Canada on the Strait of Georgia. It is the main marine gateway to the Sunshine Coast. Although Gibsons is on the British Columbia mainland, it is not accessible by road. Vehicle access is by BC Ferries from Horseshoe Bay in West Vancouver, a 40 minute crossing. The town is also accessible by water, by float plane to the harbour, or by small aircraft to Sechelt Airport, approx. 20 km northwest of Gibsons. Gibsons is best known in Canada as the setting of the popular and long running CBC Television series The Beachcombers, which aired from 1972 to 1990. The storefront "Molly's Reach", now a cafe, the restored tug Persephone, and a display about the series at the Sunshine Coast Museum and Archives are popular Gibsons attractions. Other movies that have used Gibsons as a filming location include Charlie St. Cloud, starring Kim Basinger and Zac Efron, and Needful Things, starring Max von Sydow and Ed Harris. In February 2005, Gibsons won the Berkeley Springs International Water Tasting contest, coming first in the world. In October 2009, the town was declared the "Most Liveable Community in the World" at the international Livcom Awards. Endorsed by the United Nations Environment Programme, the LivCom competition focuses on Best Practices for management of the local environment.

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Hayley Williams

Hayley Williams

Hayley Nichole Williams (born December 27, 1988) is an American singer-songwriter who is best known as the lead vocalist, primary songwriter, and keyboardist of the rock band Paramore. Born and raised in Mississippi, Williams moved to Tennessee at the age of 13 just after her parents divorced in 2002. In 2004, she formed Paramore alongside Josh Farro, Zac Farro, and Jeremy Davis. The band currently consists of Hayley Williams, Zac Farro and Taylor York. The band has released five studio albums: All We Know Is Falling (2005), Riot! (2007), Brand New Eyes (2009), Paramore (2013), and After Laughter (2017). Aside from Paramore and preceding her solo career, Williams recorded the song "Teenagers" for the soundtrack of Jennifer's Body (2009) and has collaborated with artists such as October Fall, The Chariot, Set Your Goals, Zedd and New Found Glory. In 2010, she was featured on the single "Airplanes" by B.o.B. It peaked at number two on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100. A sequel to the song, "Airplanes, Part II", features new verses from B.o.B. and a verse from Eminem, while Williams' vocals remain the same. This collaboration led to a Grammy nomination for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals. Williams released her debut solo single "Simmer" on January 22, 2020, and announced on the same day that her debut studio album, Petals for Armor, would be released on May 8, 2020. The album was proceeded by two EPs entitled Petals for Armor I and II that make up the first two thirds of the album.Other ventures in which Williams has explored include online beauty and music series Kiss-Off on Popular TV launched in 2015 and the hair-dye company Good Dye Young, launched in 2016.

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Knee Deep

Knee Deep

"Knee Deep" is a song recorded by American country music group Zac Brown Band with Jimmy Buffett. It was released in May 2011 as the third single from the Zac Brown Band's second major-label album, 2010's You Get What You Give. It reached number-one on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs chart for one week in August 2011.

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XXY

XXY

XXY is a 2007 Argentine film written and directed by Lucía Puenzo. The film stars Ricardo Darín, Valeria Bertuccelli, Inés Efron and Martín Piroyansky. It tells the story of a 15-year-old intersex person, the way her family copes with her condition and the ultimate decision that she must eventually make as she finds her gender identity. XXY has received widespread critical acclaim, winning the Critics' Week grand prize at the 2007 Cannes film festival, as well as the ACID/CCAS Support Award. It was nominated for eight awards at the 2008 Argentine Film Critics Association Awards, winning three of them including Best Film, and was nominated or won awards at a number of other foreign film festivals. It was chosen to close the 2008 Melbourne Queer Film Festival. It is distributed within the UK by Peccadillo Pictures, it had a short run theatrical release before being released onto DVD. At first sight the film's title appears to be a reference to Klinefelter's syndrome, also known as XXY syndrome, a condition in which males have an extra X sex chromosome. This would be highly misleading, as the character is referred to as being "intersex" and has female and male genitalia. Those affected with Klinefelter's syndrome do not fit the condition portrayed in this film. In fact, the film title as shown on screen and in original advertising is not actually XXY - but XX followed by a fractured X - not a Y.

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Efron

Efron

Efron is an Ashkenazi Jewish surname. It is taken from the Biblical place name, עפרון.

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Bierk

Bierk

Bierk is the surname of the following people David Bierk (1944–2002), American-born Canadian painter Sebastian Bach (born Sebastian Philip Bierk in 1968), Canadian heavy metal singer Zac Bierk (born 1976), Canadian ice hockey player

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Legae

Legae

Legae (Latin legae Greek Λῆγαι) was a people on the shores of the Caspian Sea that mythology places between Albania and the country of the Amazons, Scythian roots. Its name survives today in the village of the Lezgins who live in southern Dagestan and northern Azerbaijan. Strabo referring to Theophanes of Mytilene, Pompey's companion in his Caucasian campaign (I century BC), that "between the Amazons and Albanians live the Gelae and Legae - the Scythians" Ptolemy in Geography (Book VI) identifies the Cadusii and Legae, and places the Gelae to the north. Comparing all the fragments that have come down, Kai Brodersen suggests that in Pliny's text the word "legae" could have disappeared when copied. That is, the original fragment was read as gelae, legae - which the Greeks called cadusii. Peter Uslar identifies ancient leks with modern Lezgins: “Lezgins, leagues, leks gave their name to the mountain range separating the Kura basin from the Rion basin. Colchis was sometimes even called by poets Ligistika, that is, the country of leagues. It is very likely that the leagues that Herodotus speaks of were Lezgi people ”. According to the Brockhaus and Efron Encyclopedic Dictionary, published in the late 19th - early 20th centuries, varnishes (that is, the Laks) are “classic legi (Λήγες), at the end of the VIII century. They were conquered by the Arab commander Abumuslim, who established Islam among them and gave their country to be ruled by one of the descendants of the prophet, Shah-Baal, who received the title of shamkhal and wali (that is, governor) of Dagestan ”.

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Wideawake

Wideawake

Wideawake is an American alternative rock band from Austin, Texas. Their songs have been heard on One Tree Hill, Dawson's Creek and The Ring. The band has shared the stage with bands and musicians including Switchfoot, Third Eye Blind, Vertical Horizon, Sister Hazel, Blue October, Sheryl Crow, Hootie and the Blowfish, Tears for Fears, and Gavin DeGraw. The band relocated from Seattle, Washington to Austin, Texas in 2002 and received the Incubator Award from the Austin Music Foundation in 2003. The band dedicated all proceeds from sales of the song Maybe Tonight, Maybe Tomorrow to the Lance Armstrong Foundation on June 27, 2006. Scott Leger, the band's lead singer and songwriter, was awarded the Grand Prize in the 2006 International Songwriting Competition for the same song. The band also headlined The Rush! Energy Rock Bus national music tour along with the Zac Brown Band in the summer of 2006.

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The Pictures

The Pictures

The Pictures are an Australian alternative rock band based in Melbourne, Victoria. The band is led by Davey Lane, the lead guitarist of Australian alternative rock band You Am I. To date, the Pictures have released two studio albums, as well as three EPs. As drummer Johnny T recently left the band to focus on family life, The Pictures enlisted the help of Russell Hopkinson of You Am I and Joel Ellis of Mink Jaguar and Nunchukka Superfly on the 2008 release Kicking Indifference. Their live line-up currently includes Melbournian drummer Zac Anthony of The Wellingtons. The Pictures recorded a version of Kelis' Milkshake for Triple J's regular Like a Version segment, along with some of their own tracks.

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Hanson

Hanson

Hanson is an American pop-rock band from Tulsa, Oklahoma formed by brothers Isaac, Taylor, and Zac Hanson. They are best known for the 1996 hit song "MMMBop" from their major label debut album Middle of Nowhere, which earned three Grammy nominations. Despite the enormous commercial success of Middle of Nowhere, the band suffered from the merger that eliminated their label, Mercury Records. The group was moved to Island Def Jam Music Group, which they eventually left after conflict with the label about creative input. Hanson has sold over 16 million records worldwide and have had 8 top 40 albums and 6 top 40 singles in the US, as well as 8 top 40 singles in the UK. The band now records under its own label, 3CG Records.

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Eragon

Eragon

Eragon is the first book in the Inheritance Cycle by Christopher Paolini, who began writing at the age of 15. After writing the first draft for a year, he spent a second year rewriting it and fleshing out the story and characters. Paolini's parents saw the final manuscript and decided to self-publish Eragon. Paolini spent a year traveling around the United States promoting the novel. By chance, the book was discovered by Carl Hiaasen, who got it re-published by Alfred A. Knopf. The re-published version was released on August 26, 2003. The book tells the story of a young farm boy named Eragon, who finds a mysterious stone in the mountains. A dragon he later names Saphira hatches from the stone, which was really an egg. When the evil King Galbatorix finds out about Eragon and his dragon, he sends his servants, the Ra'zac, after them in an effort to capture them. Eragon and Saphira are forced to flee from their hometown, and decide to search for the Varden, a group of rebels who want to see the downfall of Galbatorix. Critiques of Eragon often pointed out the similarities to other works such as Earthsea and Dragonlance. Reviews also called the book a notable achievement for such a young author as Paolini. Eragon was the third-best-selling children's hardback book of 2003, and the second-best-selling paperback of 2005. It placed on the New York Times Children's Books Best Seller list for 121 weeks. Eragon was adapted into a feature film of the same name that was released on December 15, 2006.

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An antonym for the term "ductile"
  • A. intractable
  • B. malleable
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