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9 Lives is a Venue in Gilroy.
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- "9 Lives" is the debut studio album by R&B/pop singer Kat DeLuna. It was released in the United States on August 7, 2007. The album is a mix of R&B, pop, hip hop and dance songs with latin and reggae-dancehall influences. The album is mainly produced by RedOne, who at the time was unknown. Many of the songs on the album have a Hispanic feel, mainly the track Am I Dreaming. The album features guest appearances by artist such as Shaka Dee, Don Omar, Elephant Man and American rapper Busta Rhymes. DeLuna would later collaborate with Elephant Man yet again on her 2010 album, Inside Out.
- "9 Lives" is the third studio album by rapper AZ, released under the Motown imprint. The single "Problems" featured a sample from the DeBarge song "All This Love".
- "9 Lives" a.k.a. "9 zhyzney": «9 жи́зней» — четвертий альбом української співачки Тіни Кароль.
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- "9 Lives" is a musical album of Ocelot.
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- "9 Lives" is a musical single of China Shop Bull.
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- "9 Lives" is a 2003 album released by Pandora.
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- "9 Lives": The film portrays the fates of several youths who decided at an early age – some as young as eleven, twelve or thirteen years old – to leave home, only to end up living on the streets temporarily or permanently. Sunny, Toni, Krümel, JJ, Stöpsel, Soja and Za are all physically and emotionally hurt, and could have already lived nine lives. Despite all this destruction, they are endowed with remarkable strength and talent, which forms the focus of the film. Rather than documenting their lives on the street, the film concentrates on how their personalities materialize as they discuss their lives in front of a neutral backdrop in a studio. In this manner, cinematic portraits come to light like in an exhibition or art space. Prejudices and clichés about “bums” and “punks” vanish as the remarkable uniqueness of the youths comes to the forefront. They become stars – rightly so.
- "9 Lives" is a film, directed by Rick Charnoski & Buddy Nichols.
"9 Lives" is a video game.
- genres: Action game, Platform game
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The 9 Lives and Kibbles 'n Bits operations make Heinz one of the largest pet food manufacturers. Heinz is also a major manufacturer of baby food. In 2002 Heinz spun off StarKist, 9 Lives, and other subsidiaries to Del Monte Foods Company.
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I think most serious writers, certainly in the modern period, use their own lives or the lives of people close to them or lives they have heard about as the raw material for their creativity. (Chaim Potok)
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