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scene

1. 
a. a subdivision of an act of a play, in which the time is continuous and the setting fixed
b. a single event, esp a significant one, in a play
2. Films a shot or series of shots that constitutes a unit of the action
3. the backcloths, stage setting, etc., for a play or film set; scenery
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I was in high school when TOMS, the shoe company that promises to donate a pair of shoes for every pair purchased, hit the scene. It was the first time I encountered a way to give back while also staying on trend.
Italian duo Flashmob are no stranger to Dublin with recent dates in the Wright Venue and Button Factory while Liverpudlian house enthusiasts 'Truth Be Told' hit the scene with their debut EP 'Too Much Time' EP.
It's 40 years since the Fiesta first hit the scene and the ST200 - as the most powerful of the current crop - is kicking off Ford's celebrations in style.
When compound bows hit the scene many years ago, traditional archers hit the roof.
BECAUSE I went to St Peter's youth club and church, in Woolton village, long before The Beatles hit the scene, I've always been thrilled to know this is where they first got together in the days when Mr Jones was the vicar.
Airbnb hit the scene in 2008 but has really taken off in recent years.
Indeed the tweeps have been active, with several hashtags having hit the scene in recent times.
Blu-ray players hit the scene in 2006, but just 8 years later, Blu-ray is on the way out after a disappointing run during which it didn't see the expected consumer adoption.
The first timepiece was designed in Florence, Italy and with the widespread craving for newstalgia and eco-friendly ethos, WEWOOD hit the scene as the avant-garde approach to sophisticated sustainability.
Al Roumi first hit the scene in 1974, wowing audiences by winning the top prize of talent show Studio Al Fann at only 16 years of age.
Inside, this quick cabriolet is finished in VW's GTI trademark tartan fabric upholstery - a flashback to the originals that first hit the scene almost 40 years ago.