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Hard Candy
Hard candy is a type of candy made to dissolve slowly in the mouth. Hard Candy may also refer to: Hard Candy (cosmetics), an American cosmetics company Hard Candy (film), a 2005 film directed by David Slade
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Darknet
A darknet (or dark net) is any overlay network that can be accessed only with specific software, configurations, or authorization, often using non-standard communication protocols and ports
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Child Pornography
Child
Child
pornography is pornography that exploits children for sexual stimulation.[1][2][3][4][5][6] It may be produced with the direct involvement or sexual assault of a child (also known as child sexual abuse images[7][8][9]) or it may be simulated child pornography
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Special
Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
(album), a 1992
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Jonathan Rand
Jonathan Rand is an American writer whose plays have been performed over 20,000 times in all 50 states and in 59 countries[1] and are ranked among the most produced in North American high schools.[2] Works[edit]Action News: Now With 10% More Action! Breaking Badly Check Please Check Please: Take 2 Check Please: Take 3 Crazytown Drugs Are Bad F.A.B.U.L.O.U.S. (Foremost Anti-Bullying Unit Looking Out for Undermined Students) The Future Is In Your Tiny Hands Hard Candy How To Succeed in High School Without Really Trying Humbletown: The Greatest Town on Earth Law & Order: Fairy Tale Unit Law & Order: Nursery Rhyme Unit The Least Offensive Play in the Whole Darn World May the Best Fan Win Meet the Roommates Murder in the Knife Room (full-length version) Murder in the Knife Room (one-act version) No More, Mister Nice Guy The People vs. Spam Romeo To GoReferences[edit]^ Biographical information at Playscripts, Inc
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Burke (series)
The Burke series is an 18-book fiction series written by Andrew Vachss,[1] centered on a man named Burke and his battle against child abusers. The series is written from Burke's perspective in the first person. The first book, Flood, was published in 1985; the 18th and final novel, Another Life, was published in December 2008.[1]Contents1 Childhood/early years 2 Prison sentences/creating family of choice 3 Pansy 4 Synopsis 5 ReferencesChildhood/early years[edit] Burke was abandoned at birth by his teenage mother. She wasn't sure who his father was. He was passed around from surrogate home to surrogate through his early years. It is revealed that Burke was abused in the various foster homes, severely scarring his mental state. In his teenage years, Burke lived on the streets with gangs of other abandoned, abused children. Throughout the series Burke describes those days as when he was a "cowboy"
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Sway (album)
Sway is the seventh studio album by Blue October.[1] It was recorded at Fire Station Studio in San Marcos, Texas with co-producer David Castell in February and March 2013.[2] Additional recording sessions for strings and vocal overdubs took place at Test Tube Audio in Austin, Texas in April 2013, and the album was mixed at Studio 62 in Austin by Tim Palmer between May and July 2013. Production credit for the album is shared between Justin Furstenfeld, David Castell and Tim Palmer.[3] Castell previously produced Blue October's album History For Sale and co-produced Foiled, while Palmer produced the band's album Any Man in America and mixed History for Sale. The band financed the production of the album through a PledgeMusic campaign which they began on April 2, 2013. The project reached its goal on April 5, 2013, and as of August 14 has reached 263 percent of the goal and received 4,252 pledges
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Hard Candy (Ned Doheny Album)
Hard Candy is the second solo album by Ned Doheny. It features his version of "Love of Your Own" (written with Hamish Stuart) which was also recorded with Stuart's Average White Band the same year.[1] It also includes the original version of “Get It Up for Love” which was covered by Táta Vega in 1979. Her version was a Top 20 dance single.[2]Contents1 Track listing 2 Personnel 3 References 4 External linksTrack listing[edit] All tracks composed by Ned Doheny; except where indicated"Get It Up for Love" "If You Should Fall" "Each Time You Pray" "When Love Hangs in the Balance" "A Love of Your Own" (Ned Doheny, Hamish Stuart) "I’ve Got Your Number" "On the Swingshift" "Sing to Me" "Valentine (I Was Wrong About You)"Personnel[edit]Ned Doheny - vocals, guitar, backing vocals Chuck Findley, Greg Adams - horns Larry Muhoberac - string arrangement Richard Kimball - executive producerReferences[edit]^ Harris, Craig. "Ned Doheny - Biography"
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Hard Candy (cosmetics)
Hard Candy is an American cosmetics company, founded in 1995 by Iranian American sisters and Benjamin A. Einstein. Dineh Mohajer and ex-boyfriend Ben Einstein (who now owns Einstein Cosmetics) and several successful sport media companies, Pooneh Mohajer (who now owns tokidoki). The company's first product was nail polish that Dineh mixed herself - a shade of baby blue named "Sky" to match her Charles David sandals. After receiving scores of compliments on the unique shade, Dineh began selling it at Fred Segal in Santa Monica, and Ben began selling to many other top retailers including Nordstroms. In that same year, actress Alicia Silverstone appeared on the Late Show with David Letterman and, when asked about her pastel blue fingernails, replied, "It's sky blue," causing an overnight explosion of the brand.[citation needed] Ben and Dineh appeared on segments of MTV House of Style program several times
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Hard Candy (Counting Crows Album)
Hard Candy is the fourth studio album by Counting Crows, released in the United Kingdom on June 7, 2002 and the following day in the United States. The album features the hidden track "Big Yellow Taxi", a Joni Mitchell cover. This was one of their biggest radio hits from the album; re-releases were revised to mention the song. Originally the song did not include Vanessa Carlton and the standard version caught the ear of a producer who added it to the movie Two Weeks Notice adding Carlton's voice to the track
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Hard Candy
Hard candy is a type of candy made to dissolve slowly in the mouth. Hard Candy may also refer to: Hard Candy (cosmetics), an American cosmetics company Hard Candy (film), a 2005 film directed by David Slade
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Hard Candy
Hard candy is a type of candy made to dissolve slowly in the mouth. Hard Candy may also refer to: Hard Candy (cosmetics), an American cosmetics company Hard Candy (film), a 2005 film directed by David Slade
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Hard Candy (film)
Hard Candy is a 2005 American thriller film[3] film focusing on a 14-year-old female vigilante's trapping and torture of a man whom she suspects of being a sexual predator. The film was directed by David Slade, written by Brian Nelson, and starred Ellen Page
Ellen Page
and Patrick Wilson. It was the first feature film for Slade, who had primarily directed music videos. The film premiered at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival, and was screened at the Florida Film Festival in April 2006. It had limited release in two theaters in the US. The film made over $7 million at the box office, including almost $6 million from outside the US, on a budget of under $1 million. Hard Candy won three awards at the 2005 Sitges Film Festival, four awards at the Málaga Film Festival, and was also awarded Overlooked Film of the Year at the 2006 Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards
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Hard Candy (Madonna Album)
Hard Candy is the eleventh studio album by American singer and songwriter Madonna. It was released on April 19, 2008, by Warner Bros. Records. The album was her final studio album with the record company, marking the end of a 25-year recording history.[1] Madonna
Madonna
started working on the album in early 2007, and collaborated with Justin Timberlake, Timbaland, The Neptunes
The Neptunes
and Nate "Danja" Hills. The album has an overall R&B vibe, while remaining a dance-pop record at its core. The Pet Shop Boys
Pet Shop Boys
were also asked to collaborate with Madonna
Madonna
on the album by Warner Bros., but the record company later changed their mind and withdrew their invitation. Madonna
Madonna
became interested in collaborating with Timberlake after hearing his 2006 album FutureSex/LoveSounds
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