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Ting

Samuel Chao Chung. born 1936, US physicist, who discovered the J/psi particle independently of Burton Richter, with whom he shared (1976) the Nobel prize for physics
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in 2009 when The Ting Tings were nominated for Best New Artist at the 52nd Grammy Awards.
Katie - who, with Ting Tings partner Jules De Martino, hit No1 in 2008 with That's Not My Name - said: "It was psychologically damaging to the point that I haven't done it since.
The Tings said: "It will be our first show in the UK after finishing our third album, and for it to be a show with such a good cause makes it really special.
Ting, China's foremost Christian leader over the last four decades, died peacefully in Nanjing on November 22, 2012.
While technically "Sounds from Nowhereville" is The Ting Tings' sophomore follow-up to the duo's 2008 debut, "We Started Nothing," which sold 4 million copies worldwide, it was not intended as the duo's next record.
They did release a single, Hands, in 2010, but it didn't achieve much success and many simply labelled The Ting Tings one-album wonders.
In Not so Ancient Three-legged Vessels we see a pair of Kloeckner's tings done in a decorative way, having short stout legs with gold lustre additions attached to their lips.
THE Ting Tings will be one of the star acts at the Wakestock festival - it was announced last night.
In the running: Katie White of the Ting Tings is in line for the best new artist award while Beyonce, left, has ten nominations.
And she is 6-5 to add the Best Breakthrough Act crown ahead of 3-1 shots Adele and The Ting Tings.
POP band the Ting Tings have called for a revival of TV's Top of the Pops.
IN their debut song, The Ting Tings sang about people not knowing their name.