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* Iris DeMent's song, " Easy's Gettin ' Harder Every Day ", from her 1994 album, My Life, features a protagonist who laments that she will " never make it to Coeur d ' Alene ".
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Iris and DeMent's
In 1997, Florida state Senator John Grant zeroed out $ 104, 000 in state funding from the annual budget, citing his displeasure at the lyrics of a song he had heard broadcast ( Iris DeMent's " Wasteland of the Free ").
Iris and song
In Angela Carter's Wise Children, To be or not to be is reworked as a song and dance routine, and Iris Murdoch's The Black Prince has Oedipal themes and murder intertwined with a love affair between a Hamlet-obsessed writer, Bradley Pearson, and the daughter of his rival.
Among the telenovelas, she acted in: Vida ( Life ), ( where she performed with Johanna Rosaly ), La Mentira ( The Lie ), Poquita Cosa ( Small Thing ), Escándalo ( Scandal ) ( where she acted alongside Andrés García, Iris Chacón and Charytín ), and Ave de Paso ( Bird of Passage ), where she played the main role, and sang the theme song: " Nunca Te Diré Adiós ", composed for her by Lou Briel.
Rzeznik was approached to write a song for the City of Angels soundtrack, and the end product was " Iris ".
For the Eurovision Song Contest 2012, they choose 17-year old singer Iris but decided to let the public choose what song she will sing to represent Belgium.
* The Goo Goo Dolls ' Johnny Rzeznik has been quoted as saying he broke several years of writer's block and several years of sobriety simultaneously on the night he wrote the song Iris which when released in 1998 became their biggest hit.
She also fronted the Chrystal Leigh Band during a stint in Kelowna, and contributed supporting vocals to the song ' Vertebrae ' by Closing Iris.
the song spent seven weeks at number 3 on the Hot 100 Airplay and an additional four at number two land locked behind the Goo Goo Dolls ' " Iris ".
The song, which first appeared in the Sendung mit der Maus show in 2001, was written by Iris Gruttmann and performed by her then-six year old niece, Joy.
Produced by Trina Shoemaker Recorded at Dark Horse Recording Studio and Mixed at East Iris Studios in Nashville, Tennessee, the record features former keyboardist Vincent Edwards on the song " Ball & Chain " and is also the first album to feature new drummer Dagan Thogerson, who replaced founding member Alex Schrodt.
Iris and Every
Iris Adrian was an only child, raised by a single mother, Florence V. Hostetter ( née Every ), in Los Angeles, California.
Iris and Day
with two awards each, and The Accountant, For the Birds, Gosford Park, Iris, Monster's Ball, Monsters, Inc., Murder on a Sunday Morning, No Man's Land, Pearl Harbor, Shrek, Thoth, Training Day with one.
In this film, a period piece set in the mid-1940s just after VE Day, she was cast as Iris Kovacs, a lighthearted Cockney bride who travels to rural Pennsylvania to live with her new American G. I.
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From 1984 through the early 1990s, Iris Chacón appeared on such American TV shows as " America Onstage ", " The Merv Griffin Show ", " Geraldo Rivera Show, and " David Letterman ".
Historian Harold Schultz describes the Aberharts as " prosperous ", while biographers David Elliott and Iris Miller says they " lived better than the average family ".
Although renowned for their commercially successful 1998 single " Iris ", they have had several other notable and popular singles include " Name " from 1995's A Boy Named Goo, " Broadway ", " Black Balloon " and " Slide " from 1998's Dizzy Up The Girl, which produced five top-10 singles, and " Here Is Gone ", " Sympathy " and " Big Machine " from 2002's Gutterflower.
" Iris " was included on the triple-platinum Dizzy Up the Girl, and was among Top-Ten hits " Slide ", " Black Balloon ", " Broadway ", and " Dizzy " from the same album.
* Anshel, Iris Lee ; Anshel, Michael, " From the Post-Markov Theorem Through Decision Problems to Public-Key Cryptography ", The American Mathematical Monthly, Vol.
A comparative study of its life history traits classified it as a " tussock interstitial ", that is, a species that has a dense growth form and tends to occupy gaps in marsh vegetation, not unlike Iris versicolor.
The crew also included Iris Evans, a flight attendant or " Stargirl ", who had previously served in the Women's Royal Naval Service (" Wrens ").
The success of Dizzy Up the Girl can arguably be attributed to the rock ballad " Iris ", which was also included in the soundtrack album of the film City of Angels.
From February to March 2009, the store hosted " Honest Threads ", an interactive artwork by installation artist Iris Häussler, curated by Mona Filip of the Koffler Centre of the Arts.
The elf was dubbed " Figwit " by Tolkien fan Iris Hadad ; after seeing Frodo agree to take the ring, saying " I will take it ", the film switches to a shot where Figwit can be seen standing on the far right, and Hadad's initial reaction was " Frodo is grea ... who is THAT ?!?
The Doctor already knows Iris as an " old friend ", and she is seen to be travelling in a 20th century London Routemaster double-decker bus ( the No. 22 to Putney Common ), which is, in reality, her TARDIS.
The genus name is derived from the Greek words geos, meaning " earth ", and iris, referring to the Iris family of plants.
Among the many pre-1999 songs that had ended up in this Hot 100 limbo were The Cardigans ' " Lovefool ", Natalie Imbruglia's " Torn ", Goo Goo Dolls ' " Iris ", OMC's " How Bizarre ", Sugar Ray's " Fly " and No Doubt's " Don't Speak ".