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Number One

portraying politician Crawford; self-gain as tour de force. [Am. Lit.: Number One]
See: Egotism
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Ronson's first number one was released five weeks early after it was performed by Haenow's fellow finalist Fleur East on The X Factor - something which he initially said he was "a little bit annoyed" about.
The Number One Project aims to raise pounds 1m for six Merseyside charities, including the ECHO's Liverpool Unites.
Every number one in the collection is an original, in virtually every format.
She makes history 20 years, seven months and one day since Into the Groove hit the Number One spot in 1985.
It is the 999th number one since the singles chart was launched in 1952 and came a day after what would have been the King's 70th birthday.
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Rusedski takes on third seed Nikolay Davydenko tomorrow and if he manages to beat him he would finish the year as British number one.
Even the Beatles record company EMI,did NOT include Please Please Me on the album ``1", which was an album of all the number one hit singles the Beatles had in the UK and USA, which shows that even the record company acknowledges that From Me To You was the first Beatles single to reach number one.
joint number one in the Netherlands and the second largest in France and Belgium.
Hostway is honored to be recognized by TopHosts as the number one Web hosting provider for October.
It is quite a unique honor to maintain our national number one position for our return on equity as we moved up in our asset classification.