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Definition of the noun 911
What does 911 mean as a name of something?
- [figuratively, by extension of the previous sense] An emergency.
Definition of the verb 911
What does 911 mean as a doing word?
- To make an emergency call.
911 are an English pop group consisting of Lee Brennan, Jimmy Constable and Simon "Spike" Dawbarn. They were formed in 1992 and released their debut single "Night to Remember" in May 1996. This was followed by their debut album The Journey in March 1997, which was certified Gold by the BPI in November 1997. 911 released two more Silver-certified albums, Moving On and There It Is, in 1998 and 1999, respectively. There It Is also produced their only UK number-one single, a cover of "A Little Bit More", which topped the UK Singles Chart in 1999.
- also known as 911 (US)
- genres: Pop music, Boy band, Contemporary R&B, Pop rock, Teen pop, Dance-pop
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Who is 911?
911: Alfred "Al" Poling, is an American professional wrestler, better known by his ring name, 911.
- "911" is a duet between rap singer Wyclef Jean and soul music singer Mary J. Blige. It was released in the summer of 2000 off Wyclef's second disc, The Ecleftic: 2 Sides II a Book and was later included on Blige's compilation Reflections. The song had success worldwide, particularly in Scandinavian countries.
- "911" is a song by British virtual band Gorillaz & American hip-hop group D12 and features guest vocals from Specials' member Terry Hall. The song was recorded during 2001 in West London, after D12 were left stranded in England after the 9/11 terrorist attacks on New York City.
- "911": "911 Song" was released on September 11, 2002, the one-year anniversary of the terrorist attacks on the United States, by the Japanese hip-hop group King Giddra. King Giddra released this single as part of their album Saishuu Heiki/The Final Weapon. The song delivers potent, politically charged lyrics that challenge the United States government and their role in the terrorist attacks of 9/11.
- "911" is a 2000 single by Wyclef Jean.
- released on (15 years ago)
- "911" is a musical single of Jamie Jones.
- released on (7 years ago)
- "911" is a musical album of G*Park.
- released in (4 years ago)
- "911" is a musical album of Raznyie Lyudi.
- released in (13 years ago)
"911" a.k.a. "Sphinx" is a 1979 novel by Robin Cook. In 1981, it was adapted into the film Sphinx, starring Lesley-Anne Down as "Erica Baron" and Frank Langella as "Akmed Khazzan".
- also known as La esfinge
- language: English Language
- authors: Robin Cook & David Lindsay
- genres: Thriller, Speculative fiction
- copyright: 1923
- released in (37 years ago)
"911" a.k.a. "9/11" is a 2002 French-American documentary film about the September 11 attacks in New York City, in which two planes crashed into the buildings of the World Trade Center. The film is from the point of view of the New York City Fire Department. The film was directed by Jules and Gedeon Naudet, and FDNY firefighter James Hanlon.
- also known as ۹/۱۱
- countries: United States of America, France
- language: English Language
- created by Rob Klug, James Hanlon, Jules Naudet & Gedeon Naudet
- directors: James Hanlon, Gedeon Naudet, Jules Naudet
- producers: Richard Barber, Paul Larossa, Mike Maloy, Bruce Spiegel, Mead Stone
- executive producers: Graydon Carter, David Friend, Susan Zirinsky, Gedeon Naudet, Jules Naudet & James Hanlon
- written by Tom Forman & Greg Kandra
- genres: Documentary film, Culture & Society, Biographical film
- subjects: Terrorism, Social issues
- released on (13 years ago)
- some of the awards:
- Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Cinematography For Nonfiction Programming (Outstanding Cinematography For Non-Fiction Programming (Single or Multi-Camera)) nomination for Gedeon Naudet, Jules Naudet, James Hanlon
- Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement in Non-Fiction Programming - Sound Mixing nomination for Grant Maxwell, Danny Caccavo, Ken Hahn
- Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement in Non-Fiction Programming - Picture Editing nomination for Mike Maloy, Richard Barber, Jason Schmidt, Bruce Spiegel, Mead Stone
- Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement in Non-Fiction Programming - Sound Editing nomination for John Bowen, Tony Pipitone, Ray Palagy, Philippe Desloovere, Neil Cedar & John Hassler
- Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Non-Fiction Special (Outstanding Non-Fiction Special (Informational)) nomination for Rob Klug, Graydon Carter, Tom Forman, Richard Barber, David Friend, James Hanlon, Hal Gessner, Bruce Spiegel, Jules Naudet, Mike Maloy, Gedeon Naudet, Paul Larossa, Susan Zirinsky, Greg Kandra, Mead Stone
- TCA Award for Outstanding Achievement in Movies, Miniseries and Specials
- Peabody Award, received by CBS
- Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement in Non-Fiction Programming - Sound Mixing, received by Danny Caccavo, Grant Maxwell, Ken Hahn
- Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Non-Fiction Special (Outstanding Non-Fiction Special (Informational)), received by Richard Barber, Graydon Carter, David Friend, Tom Forman, Hal Gessner, James Hanlon, Rob Klug, Greg Kandra, Mike Maloy, Paul Larossa, Jules Naudet, Gedeon Naudet, Bruce Spiegel, Susan Zirinsky, Mead Stone
- Satellite Award - Special Humanitarian DVD Award nomination for Jules Naudet, Gedeon Naudet, James Hanlon
- WGA Award for Best Documentary - Current Events - Television nomination for Tom Forman & Greg Kandra
- Satellite Award - Special Humanitarian DVD Award, received by Jules Naudet, Gedeon Naudet, James Hanlon
- WGA Award for Best Documentary - Current Events - Television, received by Greg Kandra & Tom Forman
911 a.k.a. Porsche 911 (993): 993 is the company's internal name for the version of the Porsche 911 model manufactured and sold between late 1993 and early 1998, replacing the 964. Its discontinuation marked the end of air-cooled Porsches.
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- 911 a.k.a. Nitrobacter is a genus of mostly rod-shaped, gram-negative, and chemoautotrophic bacteria.
- 911 a.k.a. The Maxx is an American comic book series created by Sam Kieth and published originally monthly by Image Comics, then was collected in trade paperback collections from DC Comic's Wildstorm imprint. Currently it is being republished by IDW with new colors and improved scans of the original artwork by Sam Kieth and Jim Sinclair. The comic book, which stars a character of the same name, spawned an animated series that aired on MTV. The first appearance of The Maxx was in Primer #5, published by Comico Comics.
- official website: www.mtv.com/shows/the_maxx/series.jhtml
- 911 is the integer following 910 and preceding 912.
- 911 is a cataloged instance, musical recording, canonical version.
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