Entertainment & Arts

Entertainment and Arts provide us with diversion and pleasure that make life a true joy. Whether it is through movies, music, games, or theater, the arts have a way of touching our souls. Questions in this category have to do with all types of entertainment, including the arts, media, modern and historical entertainment, as well as the effects of entertainment and arts on our society.

Asked in Entertainment & Arts, The Difference Between

What is the difference between like and such as?

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This is a common question on the GMAT, a test to gain admittance into business school. Like is used to describe something that resembles something else. He runs like a rabbit. Such as is used in situations where the object of comparison is certain. At the zoo I saw animals such as lions and elephants. Take the last example: 1) At the zoo I saw animals such as lions and elephants. 2) At the zoo I saw animals like lions and elephants. The first means that I in fact saw lions and elephants whereas the second implies that I saw animals similar to lions and elephants. Maybe tigers and rhinos.
Asked in Entertainment & Arts

Who was Auguste Brouet?

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Auguste Brouet was a French artist born in 1872.
Asked in Entertainment & Arts, Salary and Pay Rates, South Africa

What are the top 30 highest paying jobs in South Africa?

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Charted accountants and actuaries, on average, earn R72000 a month or R864000 a year. Software Engineers get around R1.2 mil a year
Asked in Entertainment & Arts

Who is featured in The Feast of Bacchus?

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Bacchus, the seven drunk men and a wine
Asked in Entertainment & Arts, Sororities and Fraternities

Do they have fraternity's or sorority's in European universities?

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Yes, though in Europe they are not called Fraternities and Sororities, instead they are called Nations and Verbindungen.
Asked in Entertainment & Arts, Camping

What are some good dares for four teenage boys going camping?

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Drink 4 big glasses of water, and don't go to the bathroom for 4 hours. Let the strongest person there give you whatever kind of wedgie, for as long as they want, as hard as they want it. Finally be put in a hanging wedgie till you pee your pants. Stay in the wedgie for the rest of the time.
Asked in Entertainment & Arts, Business Writing

What is the importance of letters?

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Letter is an significant and efficient software inside intention grassroots activism. Assembly and discussing face-to-face within the telephone is quite helpful, nevertheless Letter assists fit anything concrete floor at hand that will assists you to iron out a situation or boost anything you could have mentioned. Even with you in person speak to the legislator and talk to these individuals, it's most suitable to follow along with upward that has a Letter. You'll be able to say thanks to these individuals regarding ending up in you while reminding these individuals regarding it at the same time. This particular you yet another chance to help help remind these individuals associated with what we are generally wanting to know there or maybe to help simplify. At times the conference isn't going to proceed in addition to you desire as well as the follow-up page gives you yet another opportunity to abandon somebody that has a great contemplated the time expended along or maybe yet another technique to consider what we received reviewed.
Asked in Entertainment & Arts, TV Shows and Series

Is there going to be a bride wars 2?

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there might be a bride wars 2 but maybe new characters if there is.
Asked in Entertainment & Arts, Science

When is an experimental variable good?

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A experimental variable is good when you are trying to test an experiment. A variable may be easily controlled, isolated, and measured. For instance a difficult experimental variable may be a persons gender. You can control if a man or woman participates in your experiment, you may even easily identify which gender they are. But it may be difficult to determine if the results are due to inherent genetic differences, or social influence on their lives. that isn't to say it can't be used, it just is more complicated than a "good" variable. A good variable could be something like Height, eye color, etc. that don't have that confounding aspect. In summary - The primary variable should be controllable, where you can directly manipulate it. The more controllable, the better. The variable you measure, and the one you control, should be isolated. You should be able to distinguish it from other complicating factors. The variable should be measurable. Some things are easy, such as height. Others not so easy, such as pain, or opinion. Developing tools to measure such variables are key.
Asked in Entertainment & Arts, Internet Explorer

How do you make an advanced web browser in VB 2008?

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Simple awnser: by coding it... good luck with creating a good working advanced webbrowser in vb.net :) i'd rather use C# or C++ :) ***************** Irock Too's Edit: >Insert 7 buttons, 2 textboxes, web browser, two OR three radio buttons. >Rename all captions to: Button1: <--- OR Back Button2: ---> OR Forward Button3: Stop Button4: Refresh Button5: Home Button6: Go! OR ---> Button7: Search OR Search Web Textbox1: http://www.google.com Textbox2: Search RadioButton1: Google RadioButton2: Yahoo! (opitional) RadioButton3: YouTube >Code them with these codes: Button6: WebBrowser1.Navigate(TextBox1.Text) Button1: WebBrowser1.GoBack() Button2: WebBrowser1.GoForward() Button3 WebBrowser1.Stop() Button4 WebBrowser1.GoRefresh() Button5 WebBrowser1.GoHome() Button7 If RadioButton1.Checked Then WebBrowser1.Navigate("http://www.google.co.in/search?hl=en&q=" & ComboBox2.Text & "&btnG=Google+Search&meta=") End If If RadioButton2.Checked Then WebBrowser1.Navigate("http://search.yahoo.com/search?p=" & ComboBox2.Text & "&fr=yfp-t-501&toggle=1&cop=mss&ei=UTF-8&fp_ip=IN&vc=") End If If RadioButton3.Checked Then WebBrowser1.Navigate("http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=" & ComboBox2.Text & &"search_type=&aq=f") End If >Test it!!!
Asked in Entertainment & Arts, Word Games, English Spelling and Pronunciation

Words with 4 'e's in th word?

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Exceeded has four 'e's. --- Webster's Second International contains 1,583 words with four "e's". The Scrabble Dictionary contains 1,842. These are from the 2of12 wordlist which contains the most common words. There are 229, or 117 if you remove hyphenated words such as "mise-en-scene": 1 antecedence 2 apprehensiveness 3 bejeweled 4 belligerence 5 beneficence 6 benevolence 7 bereavement 8 ceaselessness 9 centerpiece 10 coelenterate 11 comprehensiveness 12 counterintelligence 13 decelerate 14 deceptiveness 15 defectiveness 16 defenseless 17 defenselessly 18 defenselessness 19 defensiveness 20 deference 21 degenerate 22 degenerative 23 deliberateness 24 dependence 25 desegregate 26 desperateness 27 deterrence 28 disinterestedness 29 heterogeneity 30 heterogeneous 31 heterogeneously 32 hypersensitiveness 33 independence 34 ineffectiveness 35 inexpensiveness 36 inexperience 37 inexperienced 38 interdependence 39 interdependent 40 interdependently 41 interference 42 irreverence 43 levelheaded 44 levelheadedness 45 mesdemoiselles 46 nervelessness 47 nevertheless 48 noninterference 49 overdependent 50 overexercise 51 overextended 52 overgeneralize 53 oversensitiveness 54 peacekeeper 55 perceptiveness 56 perseverance 57 persevere 58 perverseness 59 preadolescence 60 precedence 61 predecease 62 predetermine 63 predetermined 64 predeterminer 65 preference 66 prepubescence 67 receptiveness 68 recommencement 69 recrudescence 70 redetermine 71 redevelopment 72 reemergence 73 reference 74 regenerate 75 regenerative 76 relentlessness 77 remorselessness 78 repetitiveness 79 repleteness 80 reprehensible 81 representative 82 reservedness 83 resettlement 84 resplendence 85 retentiveness 86 reverberate 87 reverence 88 secretiveness 89 semipermeable 90 senescence 91 senselessness 92 sereneness 93 severeness 94 superintendence 95 teleconference 96 teleconferencing 97 telemarketer 98 telemeter 99 teletypewriter 100 temperateness 101 tenderhearted 102 tenderheartedly 103 tenderheartedness 104 underdeveloped 105 underdevelopment 106 underrepresented 107 unexpectedness 108 unprecedented 109 unprecedentedly 110 unregenerate 111 unremembered 112 unrepresentative 113 unrepresented 114 vehemence 115 venturesomeness 116 wheresoever 117 wholeheartedness
Asked in Entertainment & Arts

Who sang only love can break you heart in big daddy?

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Everlast sang only love can break your heart.
Asked in Entertainment & Arts, Art History, Andy Warhol

What celebrities has been done in pop art?

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When people think of pop art they usually think of Andy Warhol. However, he was not the only on doing "pop art" during his time. He did how every, essentially invent the genre. Many celebrities have been seen in pop art throughout the years, however Warhol used a limited amount of celebrities before his death. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andy_Warhol I know that he has done Marilynn Manroe, Jackie Onassis, and elvis
Asked in Entertainment & Arts, MP3 Players Audio and Sound Systems, iPod

Where can I download jem and the holograms music in mp3 format?

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I bought the collection at 6 cents per song. [Update] Now it's available at 1 cent per song :( at the site mentioned in the Sources and related links below. .
Asked in Entertainment & Arts, Music

Who are the K3 Sisters?

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The K3 Sisters are Kaylen (13), Kelsey (11) and Kristen Kassab (9) who front the Texas pop group K3 Sisters Band. They perform primarily in the southern United States- always with both parents Jamie Shipman-Kassab and Bruce Ray, as well as Kalem Bradley & Nate Abraham. They have their own website if you are interested in further info on the sisters & their band.
Asked in World War 2, Entertainment & Arts, Books and Literature

What are some good World War 2-based fiction books?

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"The Last Dogfight," by Martin Caiden, was probably the best I have read. The classic book on the absurdity of the war is Joseph Heller's Catch-22. The Book Thief by Markus Zusak. Sarah's Key by Tatiana de Rosnay.
Asked in Entertainment & Arts, Gunsmoke (TV and Radio Show)

What was chesters last name on gunsmoke?

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His full name was Chester Goode. Chester Proudfoot on radio Gunsmoke and Chester Goode on TV Gunsmoke Chester's full name on the radio series was Chester Wesley Proudfoot. The character was played by Parley Baer starting in 1952. Baer ad-libbed the full name on a broadcast. You may remember Baer as Mayor Roy Stoner on the Andy Griffith Show.
Asked in Entertainment & Arts, Authors, Poets, and Playwrights

Who is Amelia Atwater-Rhodes married to?

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Amelia Atwater-Rhodes is married to Mandi. Mandi proposed to her on February 26th, 2009
Asked in Entertainment & Arts, Buffalo and Bison

How do you make a buffalo mask?

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The easiest, but not very creative, way is to print a picture of a buffalos head that is proportional to your own, cut it out, glue it onto a piece of carboard, cut the carboard around the picture, punch some holes on the sides, string some elastic string through the holes and wear it!
Asked in Entertainment & Arts

Why is computer science hard but not arts?

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computer science is hard because you don't want to learn it yo have no interest so it's hard that's the same for me and arts are always fun to some people
Asked in Entertainment & Arts, Definitions

What is the name given to dark yellow?

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Mustard yellow....Spicy brown mustard yellow...Golden yellow....Ochre is the name for a brownish yellow.....pretty much if you know what color yellow you want you match it to what it looks like such as sunflower yellow, lemon yellow.
Asked in Entertainment & Arts

What is Columbo's catchphrase?

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"Just one more thing..." Columbo's catchphrase marked the point at which he'd found his prime suspect; all that follows is finding the proof. Columbo would put his quarry at ease by coming across as harmlessly bumbling, only to baffle them with his wit and wiles. Getting ready to leave, having given them little to worry about with a few easy questions at the launch of a new investigation, he would let them initially shrug him off to enjoy a moment of relief that their dastardly crime had avoided detection, underestimating the dull and sloppy-looking detective, he would turn and say "just one more thing" with a raised finger and an expression of profound confusion. At this point, the viewer knew that Columbo was on to the suspect. From here the killer would be forced to perform all sorts of contortions with their version of the truth, compelled to provide explanations for holes in the case, or embellish their increasingly weakened version of events until they were finally completely out-witted and hung by their own convolutions. The Columbo series approached the murder-mystery detective serial in a different way to most, eschewing the traditional 'whodunnit' format in favour of showing everything to the viewer from the start of the episode. Despite knowing who the killer is, the viewer is only truly informed of the relevance of the killer's actions through Columbo's insight and his ability to sleuth his way competently to the truth. Adept at misdirecting his suspects, he sometimes even performs a little (or large) sleight-of-hand to truly confound them.
Asked in Entertainment & Arts, Word and Phrase Origins, Phobias, Adjectives and Articles

Some phrases used to describe fear?

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1. blinked sweat from my eyes 2. My heart almost stopped beating 3. His eyes staring in disbelief 4. Wild with fear 5. My stomach turned to ice 6. Frozen to the spot 7. They hurried along the silent alley, as though driven by shuddering fear. 8. Terror held me like a vice-like grip. 9. The torture of my indecision and fear threatened to crush me. 10. Those death-like eyes, devoid of all emotions... 11. Like the cold breath of a grave, her words seemed to cut my very soul. 12. I was strickened into silence. 13. A ghastly whiteness spread over her face. 14. His face a frozen in a glassy stare of horror 15. I stared at the corpse with a grim and shuddering fascination. 16. An uncomfortable premonition of fear pervaded his senses.
Asked in Entertainment & Arts

What makes a theater a Broadway theater?

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How many seats it has. Broadway theater, commonly called simply Broadway, is any theatrical performance presented in one of the 40 professional theaters with 500 or more seats located in the Theater District centered along Broadway, and in Lincoln Center, in Manhattan in New York City.