Four

[New Zealand] Four (stylised as FOUR) is the second New Zealand television channel owned and operated by MediaWorks New Zealand, broadcast via the state-owned Kordia transmission network. The channel launched on 29 June 1997 as TV4 and was replaced by C4 on 3 October 2003. It was relaunched on 6 February 2011 as a separate channel from C4. ...
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Four

[TV channel] Reporting statistics of link meetup.com; 8 records. Reports COIBot reported 8 links. ---- Below a full report on all use of the link meetup.com. This list is intended to see how the external link gets used, it does not imply that involved accounts are having a conflict of interest in adding the link, or that the involved accoun...
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four

[adj] - being one more than three 2. [n] - the cardinal number that is the sum of three and one
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Four

Four (fōr) adjective [ Middle English four , fower , feower , Anglo-Saxon feówer ; akin to Old Saxon fiwar , D. & German vier , Old High German fior , Icelandic fjōrir , Swedish fyra , Danish fire , Goth. fidw...
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Four

Four noun 1. The sum of four units; four units or objects. 2. A symbol representing four units, as 4 or iv. 3. Four things of the same kind, esp. four horses; as, a chariot and four . All fours . See All fours , in the Vocabulary.
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four

4 adjective being one more than three
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Four

• (n.) A symbol representing four units, as 4 or iv. • (n.) Four things of the same kind, esp. four horses; as, a chariot and four. • (n.) The sum of four units; four units or objects. • (a.) One more than three; twice two.
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four

The smallest composite number, the second smallest square number, the first non-Fibonacci number, the smallest Smith number, and the smallest number that can be written as the sum of two prime numbers. Four is the number of dimensions that make up spacetime (three of space and one of time). It is th...
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Four

a shot that reaches the boundary after bouncing, so called because it scores four runs to the batting side.
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Four

A ball which crosses the boundary after having first touched the ground, and which scores four runs.
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Four

oven.
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Four

woodfire oven.
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Four

[energy drink] ==Summary== ==Licensing== ...
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Four

[composition] `Four` is a 1954 jazz standard composed by the American jazz saxophonist Eddie `Cleanhead` Vinson and mistakenly{Citation needed|date=July 2012} attributed to jazz trumpeter Miles Davis. It was first recorded in 1954 by Miles Davis and released in 1956 on his album Blue Haze. ==Song Form== Four begins with an ascending major s...
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FOUR

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Four

[Acts of Love] Four (Acts of Love) is the sixth studio album by Australian singer-songwriter Mick Harvey - and his second since leaving Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds. It was released in June 2013 under Mute Records. The 14 tracks make up a song cycle, bookended by `Praise the Earth (Wheels of Amber and Gold)` and `Praise the Earth (An Ephemeral...
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Four

[Charlotte Church EP] FOUR is the fourth extended play by Welsh recording artist Charlotte Church. It is the fourth in a series of five EPs released by Church. Her fourth alternative rock material, it was released on 10 March 2014 and was preceded by the lead single `Little Movements`. ==Track listing== ...
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