Emily

[Skins] `Emily` is the second episode of the fourth series of the British teen drama Skins, and 31st overall. It first aired on 4 February 2010 on E4 in both Ireland and the United Kingdom. The episode was written by Ed Hime, and was directed by Philippa Langdale. The episode focuses on the character of Emily Fitch (Kathryn Prescott), her c
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(from the article `Grenada`) In July Grenada was hit by Hurricane Emily, which caused approximately $175 million in damages to crops and buildings; an estimated 90% of the ...
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Emily

Emily is a English girl name. The meaning of the name is `Rival` Where is it used? The name Emily is mainly used In English.How do they say it elsewhere? Emilie ( In German) Émilie ( In French) Emilee ( In English (Modern) )Emely ( In English) If it`s too long people might use In English: EmSee also In Italian, Spanish, Portuguese and In Romania
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[Dave Koz song] `Emily` is a single by American Smooth jazz saxophonist Dave Koz, from his debut album Dave Koz released in 1990. The album proved to be one of the first to spawn hit singles in the genre smooth jazz. == Track listings and appearances == The song has appeared in several album apart from Dave Koz notably in Pure Moods and Gre
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[Slovak singer] Emily (born Denisa Petríková, 1989) is a Slovak female singer. She lives in Poprad, Slovakia. Her first album was released in 2004. In 2005, she was awarded as a Discovery of year 2004. == Discography == 2004 - Poďme spolu lietať Track listing: ...
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[given name] Emily is a feminine name derived from the Roman feminine name Aemilia. The Latin name Aemilia in turn may derive from the Latin word aemulus (or from the same root as aemulus), meaning `rival`, but this may be a folk etymology. ==Popularity== Emily has been a hugely popular name in the English-speaking world, ranking among the
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Emily

[Bowling for Soup song] `Emily` is the fourth single by the Texas-based rock band Bowling for Soup. It was released on their 2002 album Drunk Enough to Dance, and appears as the second track on the album. The single was the second single released from the album. It also charted at #67 on the UK Singles Chart. Like most singles by Bowling fo
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[The X-Files] `Emily` is the seventh episode of the fifth season of American science fiction television series The X-Files. It was written by Vince Gilligan, John Shiban and Frank Spotnitz and directed by Kim Manners. The episode explores the series` overarching mythology. The episode premiered in the United States on December 14, 1997 on t
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[film] Emily, also known as The Awakening of Emily, is a 1976 British-made soft-core erotic film made by Henry Herbert, starring Koo Stark as a young woman discovering her sensual side. The film received a good deal of airplay in the early years of HBO and other cable TV pay channels which sought R-rated programming not available on regular
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[Thomas & Friends] Emily the Stirling Engine 2003-current (Series 7-current) is a fictional anthropomorphic steam locomotive from the television series Thomas & Friends. She was the first female steam engine to be featured in the television series, and is the only female member of the `Steam Team`, the eight core characters of the series. S
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[1964 song] `Emily` is a popular song composed by Johnny Mandel, with lyrics by Johnny Mercer. It was the title song to the 1964 film The Americanization of Emily, where it was introduced by Julie Andrews. It has since been recorded by numerous artists, notably Bill Evans and Tony Bennett. Frank Sinatra recorded it twice, for his 1964 album
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