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.

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Main characters of Morning in Nagrebcan?

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Baldo- the one who own the black spotted puppy Ambo- 7yrs old Baldo's brother Nana Elang- mother of the two brothers Tang Ciaco- a carpenter, drunkard, father of the two brothers
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Who owns Nicks Entertainment?

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Geneva Nicks owns Nicks Entertainment
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What is John Gielguds repeated role?

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It is difficult to answer this question, since Sir John Gielgud (who died in 2000) had a career that spanned six decades. He became well-known for his interpretations of Shakespearean characters, beginning with Hamlet in 1929-1930; his depiction of Hamlet made him famous in the theater of the 1930s. But during his long career, he played nearly every major Shakespearean role, some more successfully than others. He also appeared in several popular movies, including "Becket" in 1964 and "Arthur" in 1981.
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How do you make tissue paper flowers?

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in pan whont cornflower and water.
Asked in Entertainment & Arts, Idioms, Cliches, and Slang

What does christ on a cracker mean?

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An English idiom that represents surprise.
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When and How did Roland Young die?

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Roland Young, best known for his roles in Topper (1937) and The Philadephia Story (1940), was born in London, England on November 11, 1887 and died of natural causes in New York City on June 5, 1953.
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What is the password for faceparty this week?

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Since not all of FaceParty is free for use, Wikifriendus cannot provide you with passwords to gain subscription-level access to FaceParty. This is receiving something for free that you should be paying for, which is technically theft. Thus, it is the reason why we will not provide this information nor allow it to be available here - it's basically illegal.
Asked in Entertainment & Arts, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg

How do you see who views my Facebook profile?

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You can upload certain applications on facebook such as "Social Addict Check" to see who veiws your profile the most that day, week, month, year or of all time! You cant its not possible ob facebook
Asked in Home Electricity, Entertainment & Arts, Fire Prevention and Protection

How do you calculate a Fire occupancy Load?

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The primary factors in the calculation are: the type of occupancy, along with the available floor space and the available means of egress. When creating or modifying a building, the building use and occupancy load determine the fire resistance requirements. Or the desired type and occupancy load may help determine the necessary area and means of egress. Buildings are classified by the ICC (International Code Council) by group and division. Groups - defined Group A - Assembly Group B - Business Group E - Educational Group F - Factory and Industrial Group H - Hazardous Group I - Industrial Group M - Mercantile Group R - Residential Group S - Storage Group u - Utility Each group mostly has more than one division, categorized by number; I.E. Group A Division 1 , which is the most stringent category for fire resistant materials and means of egress code rules, is more stringent than Group A Division 4. Like wise , Group U Division 2, which is the lowest requirements is less stringent than Group U Division 1 requirements. In summary, the lower the letter and number, the more stringent are the fire resistive , and means of egress components. To know the fire resistive construction and means of egress requirements of your building, consult the building code book for your state ; which may supersede the I.C.C. To be absolutely sure ,consult with your local building department with information about what kind of use the building is intended for , how big of an occupancy intended , and whether or not it is connected or near to another business of same or different classification.
Asked in Entertainment & Arts, Fine Art

What symbolizes art?

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Expression symbolizes art. Whether it be pop art, poetry or any other art form, it is what the artist is trying to say that makes all the difference.
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In Little King's Story how do you beat the Owl Hag?

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The Owl Hag is the Guardian of the Owl Forest. Defeating her will unlock Gourmet Town. The Owl Hag will magically disappear and appear on top of totem poles and also areas where you can't reach her. The first thing to do in this battle is to knock all the totem poles down. She will attack by summoning owls at you for around 5 seconds at a time. If you knock down a totem pole while she it on top of it, count this a bonus because she will fall down and get confused for a little while. This is the time to send your people in to attack her. If you've knocked down all of the reachable totem poles, she will have no choice but to appear on the ground. Attack her when this happens. Continue this process and you will have defeated her. Your reward will be 2 treasures, worth 3000000 Bol each. some royal guards that you should take are: soilders and maybe lumberjacks (for the totem poles) animal hunters (they will be able to shoot the guardian when you can reach her like on her house or on the totem pole you cant destroy)
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What does the term director mean?

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A director is someone who supervises, controls, or manages
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What frogs eat leaves?

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None of them do, all frogs are carnivores. Although tadpoles do eat plants.
Asked in Christianity, Entertainment & Arts, Music

What does an upside down cross mean?

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"Some hold it to be a sign used by devil worshippers." Although some do, this is not the actual meaning of this cross. The cross is also regarded as the cross of st peter (who was crucified upside down). Although other people believe this to be a sign of someone who has lost faith. There are many cases where people believe poltergeist activity actually causes this type of behaviour from normal crosses (turning them at night).
Asked in Entertainment & Arts, Poptropica

How do you get Poptropica to load faster?

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The speed of loading a game online would all depend on the browser that you are using, so it will only speed up or slow down if the browser is different. Also, it depends on the temperature of the computer. PCs don't tend to heat up as much as laptops, so a laptop could be slow, because it is overly heated. Another tip to speed up Poptropica is to close all other open browser windows, especially ones that are running the Flash player. Sometimes running several instances of the Flash player at once will cause all of them to slow down. Remember that any open browser window can have Flash running in it because many web sites use Flash for advertisements. So to get Poptropica running as fast as possible, close everything else!
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What is the full meaning of plcc?

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Plastic leadless Chip Carrier PLCC stands from Plastic Leadless Chip Carrier
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How does the media effect people's personal life?

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The Media has always had an effect on the public. First by education, giving them the news, current events, laws and the meaning of the laws. This is easily seen in looking at the newspapers in the American colonies during the period of the American revolution up through the 1800's, (19th century). Toward the end of the 19th century, beginning of the 20th century, (1900's), newspapers and radio started using what is now known as 'propaganda' to influence the public to believe or act in a way toward which the media wanted. The father of propaganda was a man name Edward Bernays (born Nov. 1891 died Mar 1995), he was the nephew of Sigmund Freud and member of President Woodrow Wilson's administration. NOTE: Working with the Pork producers he came up with one of his earliest known propaganda campaigns. He had a group of Doctors sign a study explaining how important it was to eat when you first woke up in the morning. He then had them agree that Bacon and Egg's where the best foods to eat for this first meal. They ran ads in newspapers, magazines, wrote it into movie scripts and on Radio. The sale of Pork and egg's skyrocketed and to this day most American's still believe Bacon and Egg's are the perfect breakfast meal. So in closing you see the Media has a great effect on the public. It is up to you to take everything the media tells you with a 'grain of salt', (use your own ability and knowledge to ensure it is true). A teacher once told me; don't believe anything you hear, until after you research it for yourself!
Asked in Entertainment & Arts, Martial Arts, Judo

What are the judo martial arts levels?

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Judo uses a typical ranking system for Gendai budo martial arts. There are six kyu ranks and ten dan ranks. Progression is from 6th to 1st kyu, and then from 1st to 10th dan. Colored belts include the white belt (6th kyu), yellow belt (5th kyu), orange belt (4th kyu), green belt (3rd kyu), blue belt (2nd kyu), and brown belt (1st kyu). Black belts are used from 1st to 5th dan, red and white belts from 6th to 8th dan, and solid red belts for 9th and 10th dan. Currently, the 10th dan is no longer officially awarded to anyone.
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What is the archway called that people get married under outside?

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The archway you are referring to is called an arbor. Traditionally it is formed with wooden lattice work, and there are climbing vines or plants covering it.
Asked in Entertainment & Arts, Inventions, Amusement Parks

What date was the Merry-Go-Round invented?

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The first example of the Merry-Go-Round, or Carousel was in Paris in 1605. They were developed in Italy though. These usually took place in squares or large courtyards, and consisted of elaborately costumed riders and horses (usually from the cavalry) performing choreographed routines such as forming shapes together, riding in lines criss-cross against each other. They often took place at night, with riders carrying torches, and were accompanied by music. for more info go here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Merry_go_round The fairground machine called a Merry-go-Round or (in America) Carousel was developed in the 19C when practical power-units made them viable. Merry-Go-Round is generally the public's, not trade's, name. In the UK fair trade at least, they were and are known generically as "rides", and more specifically by a descriptive or trade-name. The traditional ride with horse and cockerel "sculptures" as seats arranged to rise and fall as the machine rotates, is called a "Galloper". Initially they were driven by a small steam "centre-engine" on the truck that forms the machine's base on the fairground, and the transport trailer for travelling between fairs. Later rides became powered electrically, from a generator first on the steam "Showman's Road Locomotive" (large, powerful traction-engine) that towed the ride from town to town; then on lorries that performed, and still perform, the same duty. Typically they were fitted with a "self-playing" organ - using mechanical perforated-card readers to control the stops and notes - for the role now taken by the disco sound-system on modern rides. However the name "steam organ" for these instruments is a complete misnomer, for although they may have been powered by an auxiliary steam-engine the pipes always used only air. British rides always run from right to left as you watch them. American (& I think Continental European) rides traditionally go from left to right.

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