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No (and variant writings) may refer to one of these articles: English language * ''Yes'' and ''no'' (responses) * A determiner in noun phrases Alphanumeric symbols * No (kana), a letter/syllable in Japanese script * No symbol, displayed 🚫 * Numero sign, a typographic symbol for the word 'number', also represented as "No." or similar variants Geography * Norway (ISO 3166-1 country code NO) ** Norwegian language (ISO 639-1 code "no"), a North Germanic language that is also the official language of Norway ** .no, the internet ccTLD for Norway * Lake No, in South Sudan * No, Denmark, village in Denmark * Nō, Niigata, a former town in Japan * No Creek (other) * Acronym for the U.S. city of New Orleans, Louisiana or its professional sports teams ** New Orleans Saints of the National Football League ** New Orleans Pelicans of the National Basketball Association Arts and entertainment Film and television * ''Dr. No'' (film), a 1962 ''James Bond'' film ** Julius N ...
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N0 (other)
N0 ("N" followed by number zero) may refer to: * Neutron, abbreviated n0 * \mathbb_0, the natural numbers including zero * Norse Atlantic Airways Norse Atlantic Airways AS () is a Norwegian low-cost, long-haul airline headquartered in Arendal, Norway. Founded in February 2021, the airline operates a fleet of Boeing 787 aircraft between Europe and North America. Its inaugural flight to ...
, The IATA code N0 {{Letter-NumberCombDisambig ...
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Julius No
Dr. Julius No is a fictional character and the main antagonist in the 1958 ''James Bond'' novel and its 1962 film adaptation '' Dr. No'', the first of the series, in which he was portrayed by Joseph Wiseman. Novel biography The novel explains that Dr. No was born in Peking to a German Methodist missionary and a Chinese girl, but was raised by his aunt. As an adult, he went to Shanghai, where he was involved with the Tongs, a Chinese crime syndicate. Later he was smuggled to the United States and settled in New York City, where he became a clerk and eventually Treasurer for a Tong in America, called the "Hip-Sings". In the late 1920s, a mob war broke out in New York, forcing the police to crack down on them. No stole a million dollars in gold from the Tongs and disappeared. But the Tongs tracked him down and tortured him to find the location of the gold. When No refused to tell them, the Tongs cut off his hands, shot him through the left side of the chest and left him for dead. ...
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Temptation (Monrose Album)
''Temptation'' is the debut studio album by German girl band Monrose. It was released by Starwatch Music in association with Cheyenne Records and Warner Music Group on 8 December 2006 in German-speaking Europe, following the band's formation on '' Popstars – Neue Engel braucht das Land'', the television talent show's fifth season. Pre-recorded with all six ''Popstars'' finalists throughout October and November 2006, jury member Dieter Falk produced the majority of the album and collaborated with producers like Jiant, Marcus Brosch, Jonas Jeberg, Toni Cottura and Marc Mozart and his Mozart & Friends team. The album is primarily a dance-pop record with influences from many the hip hop, contemporary R&B, and Europop genres. One of the most successful debuts of the year, the album debuted on top of the charts in Austria, Germany and Switzerland, and was certified platinum for more than 200,000 copies sold within its first week of release. By June 2007, ''Temptation'' had ...
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Sirens (Nicolas Jaar Album)
Siren or sirens may refer to: Common meanings * Siren (alarm), a loud acoustic alarm used to alert people to emergencies * Siren (mythology), an enchanting but dangerous monster in Greek mythology Places * Siren (town), Wisconsin * Siren, Wisconsin, a village * Siren Bay, Victoria Land, Antarctica * Siren Rock, Ellsworth Land, Antarctica People * Siren (surname) * Siren, stage name of female bodybuilder Shelley Beattie on the TV show ''American Gladiators'' * Siren, stage name of Valerie Waugaman on the 2008 revival of ''American Gladiators'' * Alexander Brandon (born 1974), American musician, known as "Siren" in the demoscene * Siren Sundby (born 1982), Norwegian Olympic sailor Animals * ''Siren'' (genus), a genus of aquatic salamanders in the family Sirenidae * '' Hestina'', a genus of brush-footed butterfly commonly called sirens * Sirenia, an order of aquatic mammals including dugongs and manatees * Sirenidae, a family of aquatic salamanders Arts, entertainment ...
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The Grind Date
''The Grind Date'' is the seventh studio album by American hip hop group De La Soul, released on October 5, 2004. The album was originally intended to be the final album of the ''Art Official Intelligence'' (''AOI'') trilogy, but as the album quickly changed focus, the group decided to put ''AOI III'' on hold and finish ''The Grind Date'' as a stand-alone work. Music ''The Grind Date'' is a notably brisker, and leaner work than the group's previous albums, and features a top-of-the-line array of production talents including the late J Dilla (who was part of A Tribe Called Quest's production unit, The Ummah), Madlib (" Shopping Bags (She Got From You)"), and 9th Wonder ("Church"). Producer Supa Dave West, who handled the majority of the ''AOI'' albums, also contributes five tracks to the album. "Rock Co.Kane Flow" featuring MF DOOM, was produced by Jake One, and sees Posdnuos addressing some recent trends in Hip hop with the line "Unlike them, we craft gems / so systematically in ...
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Relentless (Jason Aldean Album)
''Relentless'' is the second studio album by American country music artist Jason Aldean. It was released on May 29, 2007 via Broken Bow Records. The album debuted at number 4 on the U.S. ''Billboard'' 200 and at number one on the Top Country Albums chart, selling about 98,000 copies in its first week.Katie Hasty"R. Kelly Flirts His Way To No. 1 Album Chart Debut" Billboard.com, June 6, 2007. On October 4 of the same year, the album was certified gold by the RIAA. It was certified platinum in September 2012. ''Relentless'' has produced three chart singles for Aldean on the Hot Country Songs charts. The lead-off single "Johnny Cash" (originally recorded by Tracy Byrd on his 2004 album ''Greatest Hits'') and " Laughed Until We Cried" both reached No. 6 on that chart, and the title track reached No. 15 in late 2008. Thus, it is Aldean's only album to date to not produce a number one single. Critical reception Ken Tucker of ''Billboard'' gave a positive review, saying that "every ...
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No (Bulldog Song)
"No" is a song by American pop-rock group Bulldog. It was the first release from their 1972 eponymous debut album. Vocals are provided by bassist Billy Hocher, with a sound similar to Joe Cocker. The song became an international hit, reaching #44 in the U.S. and #63 in Canada.''Joel Whitburn's Top Pop Singles 1955–1990'' - "No" did best in Australia and New Zealand, where it became a Top 20 hit. It also peaked at #2 on 2NUR (Sydney/ Newcastle) in February 1973. The album including "No" reached the Top 10 in Australia. "No" was included on the 1972 K-Tel K-tel International Ltd is a Canadian company which formerly specialized in selling consumer products through infomercials and live demonstration. Its products include compilation music albums, including ''The Super Hits'' series, ''The Dynamic ... compilation album ''Believe in Music''. Chart history Weekly charts Year-end charts References External links * 1972 songs 1972 singles Decca Records single ...
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No (Shakira Song)
"No" is a song recorded by Colombian singer Shakira from her sixth studio album '' Fijación Oral, Vol. 1'' (2005). It was written by Shakira and Lester Mendez and features Argentine singer-songwriter Gustavo Cerati, who also played the guitar and provided backing vocals to the song. "No" was released as the second single from the album on 2 July 2005, by Epic Records. A Latin pop ballad, it explores a woman's effort in trying to tell her boyfriend that she no longer wants to be involved in a toxic relationship and that separating is best for both. "No" received positive reviews from music critics, being called a "tender" ballad by a reviewer from ''Billboard''. Commercially it attained moderate success, peaking at numbers eleven and two on the US Hot Latin Songs and Latin Pop Songs charts, respectively. An accompanying music video for "No" was directed by Jaume de Laiguana and depicts Shakira in a defunct ship yard. She also performed the song on several occasions, such as ...
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No (Meghan Trainor Song)
"No" (stylized in all caps) is a song by American singer-songwriter Meghan Trainor from her second major-label studio album '' Thank You'' (2016). Ricky Reed produced the song and wrote it with Trainor and Jacob Kasher Hindlin; Epic Records released it as the album's lead single on March 4, 2016. A dance-pop song inspired by 1990s pop music and R&B, "No" has lyrics about sexual consent and empowerment, encouraging women to reject unwanted advances from men. Music critics praised "No" as a showcase of Trainor's confident and mature side and deemed it an improvement from the lyrics on earlier Trainor songs. In the United States, the song reached number three on the ''Billboard'' Hot100 and was certified 2× Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America. It also reached the top 10 in Australia, Canada, Austria, Israel, Latvia, South Africa, and Scotland, attaining multi-platinum certifications in the former two and Poland. Fatima Robinson directed the music ...
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No (Louane Song)
"No" is a song by French singer Louane from debut studio her-self album (2017). "No" received a commercial release solely in France and Wallonia, where it charted at numbers 88 and 26, respectively. Charts Certifications References {{authority control 2018 songs 2018 singles Power pop songs ...
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No (Little Mix Song)
"No" is a song by British girl group Little Mix. It was released on 12 November 2021 through RCA Records UK as the second single from their first greatest hits album '' Between Us.'' It was written by group members Jade Thirlwall, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Perrie Edwards, along with Tre Jean-Marie, MNEK and Camille, with production by Tre Jean-Marie and MNEK. The song reached number thirty-five on the UK Singles Chart. It was the group's last single release before their hiatus in May 2022. It was performed for the first time during The Confetti Tour, the same year. Background and release "No" was the group's first song to be written as a trio, after Jesy Nelson departed from the group in 2020. Lyrically, the song was inspired by the group's own treatment within the music industry and dealing with past individuals. It was described by Pinnock as "a classic Little Mix track, but also fresh and new at the same time", while Thirlwall explained that "the writing session with Kam ...
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No (Boris Album)
''No'' (presented as ''NO'' in conjunction with its follow-up album '' W'') is the twenty-sixth studio album by Japanese experimental band Boris, released 3 July 2020 on the band's label Fangs Anal Satan. Background ''No'' was written and recorded quickly in March 2020 when Boris entered self-isolation due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Inspired by current international political trends, Boris described the album as "a mirror that gathers and reflects people’s negative energy at a different angle, one that is positive. That is the power and potential of the dark, extreme, and brutal noise music that we have experienced up to this point." Unlike the lengthy experimental tracks that dominated the band's last few albums, ''No'' consists mostly of short, hardcore-based songs. It includes the cover song "Fundamental Error" by 1990s Japanese hardcore band Gudon. Japanese hardcore guitarist Katsumi makes a guest appearance. The album was self-released. Composition With ''NO'', Boris cra ...
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