current chart

current chart

[′kər·ənt ‚chärt]
(mapping)
A map of a water area depicting current speeds and directions by current roses, vectors, or other means.
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A two-course meal will follow, before guests are entertained by Jamie King McArthur, who will perform a mix of classic Rat Pack and swing hits to current chart hits, followed by a DJ set.
Producer Alan Crawford hit upon the idea of compilation albums of current chart hits years before the Now That's What I Call Music series appeared in the shops.
And 100 streams counts as one copy bought, under current chart rules.
The time capsule contains a school jumper, a lesson timetable and examples of the pupils' work, a mobile phone, newspaper, list of current chart songs, a Euro 2016 wallchart and a shopping receipt.
Others set to appear include current chart artists MNEK, DJ Fresh, 99 Souls, Anne-Marie and Karen Harding, who famously missed her cue for the National Anthem at last Saturday's FA Cup final.
It is ahead of the current chart topper, Tinie Tempah's Not Letting Go featuring Jess Glynne, and Rita Ora's Poison.
Other big names include current chart acts Sam Smith and Hozier, as well as Noel Gallagher, Kasabian and Stereophonics.
Since the first edition of the current chart was published in 1936, multiple deepening projects have displaced the sea buoy and channel entrance over nine nautical miles to the east -- areas the chart did not cover.
Equally noteworthy: The number of new titles that are original to the film medium has declined to four on the current chart (5% of all titles) from 12 (18%) a year ago.
ForeFlight now delivers the ability to dynamically hide or show chart margins, and change the stacking of charts so that the most current chart information is visible.
Battle of the Bands featured a line-up of talented local and resident hotel bands, boasting a repertoire of hardcore rock-n-roll, heavy metal, old school classics, current chart toppers, top of the pops and the odd original.