Some articles on single, highest selling single, highest selling, selling, singles:
... Category For Result 2003 Best Female Artist Herself Won Best Single "Born to Try" Won Best Breakthrough Artist (Single) "Born to Try" Won Best Breakthrough ...
... Sebastian's winner's single "Angels Brought Me Here" debuted at number one and was the highest selling single in Australia in 2003, reaching 4× platinum certification ... In 2010 it was named the highest selling song of the previous decade, ahead of Anthony Callea's "The Prayer" ... "Angels Brought Me Here" held the record for being the highest selling single ever released by an Australian act until 2011 ...
... and Breakthrough Artist for both album and single categories ... The band won Single of the Year and Highest Selling Single twice in 1995 and 2007, and won Best Group and Best Rock Album twice in 2002 and 2007 ... Year Award Work Result 1995 Single of the Year "Tomorrow" Won Highest Selling Single "Tomorrow" Won Best New Talent Frogstomp Won Breakthrough ...
... The personal selling process is an eight step approach that has been found to be beneficial in sales ...
... "Poison" is a pop song by Australian female group Bardot, and was the first single from their debut album Bardot (2000) ... The single attracted much hype due to its inclusion on the high-rating Popstars program and debuted at number 1 on the ARIA Singles Chart, where it spent two consecutive weeks, and was certified ... It became the sixth highest selling single in Australia of 2000 and was the highest selling single by an Australian act that year ...
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she looked up the path
her lover would take
as far as her eyes could see.
On the roads,
at the end of day
as night slid over the sky.
The travellers pained wife
took a single step towards home,
said, Could he not have come at this instant?
and quickly craning her neck around,
looked up the path again.”
—Amaru (c. seventh century A.D.)
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—Emma Goldman (18691940)
“You know, what I very well know, that I bought you. And I know, what perhaps you think I dont know, you are now selling yourselves to somebody else; and I know, what you do not know, that I am buying another borough. May Gods curse light upon you all: may your houses be as open and common to all Excise Officers as your wifes and daughters were to me, when I stood for your scoundrel corporation.”
—Anthony Henley (d. 1745)