Shows

Some articles on shows, show:

Disapproval Voting - Popular Use
... The best-known examples of the use of disapproval voting are on reality game shows, e.g ... voting as described here) It appears that these shows were coined "reality shows" and grouped with other "reality shows" such as COPS and The People's Court ...
Art Tatum - Film
... Tatum appeared on Steve Allen's Tonight Show in the early 1950s, and on other television shows from this era ... Unfortunately, all of the kinescopes of the Allen shows, which were stored in a warehouse along with other now defunct shows, were thrown into a local ...
Patpong - Sex-related Businesses
... patpong has many shows featuring women doing stunts in the nude ... these shows are mostly marketed by road side agents handing out pamphlets ... please be aware that, most of these shows are places of extortion, where, the customers are fooled to come in and later charged with exorbitant amounts, resulting in ...
Bob Monkhouse - Film and Television Archive
... Amongst the discoveries were many radio and TV shows thought long vanished ... Initially we found half a dozen TV shows that we knew to be missing." Amongst those shows rediscovered were many that feature Monkhouse himself, including The Flip Side, a 1966 play ... the important contents of the video tapes and restoring radio shows ...
Fédération Cynologique Internationale - Shows
... The FCI informs about the shows and working trials held in each member country ... The FCI also sanctions world championship shows in various categories, including conformation, dog agility, obedience, sighthound racing, field trials, and others ...

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