Loose may refer to:
- in music
- Loose (Nelly Furtado album), a 2006 album by Nelly Furtado
- Loose Mini DVD, a 2007 DVD by Nelly Furtado
- Get Loose Tour, a concert tour by Nelly Furtado
- Loose: The Concert, a 2007 live DVD by Nelly Furtado
- Loose (Crazy Horse album), a 1972 album by Crazy Horse
- Loose (B'z album), a 1995 album by B'z
- Loose (Stooges song), a 1970 song by the Stooges
- Loose (Therapy? song), a 1996 Therapy? single
- Loose, Germany
- Loose, Kent, a parish and village in southeast England
- in computer science
Loose (framework), a meta object system for Lua, based on Perl's Moose
Other articles related to "loose":
... Loose chippings are loose gravel or stone fragments which have become detached from a road surface and form a hazard to vehicles using that road ... Excessive speed while driving through loose chippings can result in damage to both the road and vehicles ... Loose chippings can reduce traction and cause loss of control ...
... Loose The Concert is the first live DVD from the Canadian pop singer-songwriter Nelly Furtado ... The set includes all Furtado's hit singles and live versions from her third studio album Loose starting with her first single "Promiscuous" to "Do It", and almost ... The DVD is also known as Loose Live ...
... Loose anagen syndrome (also known as "Loose anagen hair syndrome") is primarily described in fair-haired children who have easily dislodgable hair ...
... Loose Ends is a 2008 digitally released EP by Rachael Yamagata that was made available for download from her official website ... friends, until the release i give you loose ends.. ...
... A loose snow avalanche is an avalanche formed in snow with little internal cohesion among individual snow crystals ... Usually very few fatalities occur from loose snow avalanches, as the avalanches have a tendency to break beneath the person and are usually small even having a path as small as a few ... However based on the terrain loose snow avalanches can grow large, and have been known to carry people off a cliff and into a crevass or bury them in a gully, and even completely ...
Famous quotes containing the word loose:
“Deathlessness should be arrived at in a ... haphazard fashion. Loving fame as much as any man, we shall carve our initials in the shell of a tortoise and turn him loose in a peat bog.”
—E.B. (Elwyn Brooks)
“Injurious Time now, with a robbers haste,
Crams his rich thievery up, he knows not how;
As many farewells as be stars in heaven,
With distinct breath and consigned kisses to them,
He fumbles up into a loose adieu,
And scants us with a single famished kiss,
Distasted with the salt of broken tears.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“My temptation is quiet.
Here at lifes end
Neither loose imagination,
Nor the mill of the mind
Consuming its rag and bone,
Can make the truth known.”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)