Tunes may refer to:
- Tunes (confectionery), a brand of boiled sweet
- iTunes music software
- TUNES (operating system), an operating system concept
- Looney Tunes, a cartoon
- Tunes (album), an album by Spiers and Boden
- MC Tunes (born 1970), British rapper
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Other articles related to "tunes":
... Luny Tunes are a two part producing group featuring Francisco Saldaña (Luny) and Víctor Cabrera (Tunes), which have produced many songs ...
... Tunes is a village in Bergen municipality, Norway ... It is a part of the urban area Indre Arna, which has a population of 6,166 ...
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... However, since the 1990s more attention has been paid to creating tunes which fulfil several criteria clearly marking a train's arrival and departure, encouraging timely but unhurried boarding ... of a train at a station, is seven seconds—so many tunes are designed to fit that length ... and many stations or routes have their own characteristic tunes ...
Famous quotes containing the word tunes:
“They sang, but had not human tunes nor words,
Though all was done in common as before;
They had changed their throats and had the throats of birds.”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)
“The age of a woman doesnt mean a thing. The best tunes are played on the oldest fiddles.”
—Sigmund Z. Engel (b. 1869)
“Hark, hark, with what a pretty throat
Poor robin-redbreast tunes his note;
Hark, how the jolly cuckoos sing
Cuckooto welcome in the spring!
Cuckooto welcome in the spring!”
—John Lyly (15531606)