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n. (plural of angel English)

Angels (Robbie Williams song)

"Angels" is a song co-written by Ray Heffernan, Robbie Williams, and Guy Chambers. Williams and Chambers were subsequently credited as "joint co-writers" and the song was released as a single in December 1997. It became Williams' biggest selling single and has been voted the best song of the past 25 years at the 2005 BRIT Awards.

"Angels" has since been covered by many artists, including Jessica Simpson; Beverley Knight; All Angels; Declan Galbraith; Verena von Strenge's latest group, Moon Dust; and American Idol series 7 runner-up David Archuleta. It has been recorded in Spanish (as "Ángel") by Mexican singers Yuridia and Marco Moré, and in Italian (as "Un Angelo") by Patrizio Buanne. In 2009, Williams performed "Angels" at the final of the sixth series of The X Factor with Olly Murs. Williams also recorded a Spanish version of the song.

Angels (TV series)

Angels is a British television seasonal drama series dealing with the subject of student nurses and was broadcast by the BBC between 1975 and 1983 and was once described as the " Z-Cars of nursing".

The show's format switched to a twice-weekly soap opera format (although still seasonal) from 1979 to 1983.

Angels (The 69 Eyes album)

Angels is the eighth album by gothic rock band The 69 Eyes. It is the sequel to The 69 Eyes's previous album Devils. The first single from the album is called "Perfect Skin", and a video was released in 2006. Also, another single, titled "Never Say Die", was released and a video was also created for it.

The official release date was March 5, 2007. In Finland, though, it was released on February 28, 2007 as a limited edition CD+DVD -set.

Angels (Marvel Comics)

An angel is a fictional entity within the Marvel Comics universe, based on the angels of the Abrahamic faiths. Their first Marvel Comics appearance was Marvel Tales #133. In the religious text of Christianity, Judaism, Islam and Zoroastriansim, angels are believed to be guardians of mankind and messengers of God; indeed, "angels" originates from the Greek word for messenger. In Hebrew they are mal'ach, (again messenger), Abbir (mighty) or Elohim (Godly beings).

Angels (Within Temptation song)

"Angels" is a song by Dutch symphonic metal band Within Temptation from their third studio album, The Silent Force. It was released as the third single from the album on 13 June 2005, also accompanying a music video. The video earned the band a Golden God Award on the following year.

Angels (Amy Grant song)

"Angels" is a 1984 single by Christian singer Amy Grant, from her album Straight Ahead. Grant performed the song at the 1985 Grammy Awards, where it won her an award for Best Gospel Vocal Performance, Female. It also reached No. 1 on Billboard Hot Christian Songs.

The song begins with an account of Peter's capture by Herod's guards in the Bible, and goes on to describe how God has His angels watching over believers, to guide and protect them in times of fear, doubt, confusion, or temptation.

Angels (statues)

The Angels are a group of three monumental, primitive busts, located in a park near Kalvarija Hill in the city of Maribor, Slovenia. The statues are made of colored concrete and are approximately three metres tall. Each is a different color (pale green, pale yellow, pink) and has slightly different facial proportions. They represent angels, a common theme of their sculptor Lučka Koščak.

They were erected in 2004, with the support of the municipality of Maribor and the Sculpture Institute from Ljubljana. Local residents have nicknamed them "Sveta Trojica" ( Holy Trinity).

Angels (P-Money song)

"Angels" is a 2009 single released by New Zealand music producer P-Money.

Angels (1990 film)

Angels is a 1990 Spanish- Swiss drama film directed by Jacob Berger. It was entered into the 40th Berlin International Film Festival.

Angels (2007 film)

Angels is a 2007 Filipino trilogy film, starred by Angel Locsin with Jennylyn Mercado, Patrick Garcia and Marvin Agustin.

Angels (2014 film)

Angels is a 2014 Indian Malayalam social thriller film and the directorial debut of Jean Markose. The film stars an ensemble cast consisting of Indrajith, Asha Sarath, Joy Mathew, Prem Prakash, Parvathy Menon, Baiju and Dinesh Panicker. Story and screenplay were written by Jean Markose and Toni Tomy, dialogues were co-written by Shabu Kilithatil. It is a rip-off from the South Korean film Confession of Murder (2012). This film is a Moderated Success and Hit.

Angels (Chance the Rapper song)

"Angels" is a song by American hip hop recording artist Chance the Rapper. The song was released on October 27, 2015 as the lead single from his third solo mixtape, Coloring Book (2016). The track, produced by Lido and The Social Experiment, features vocal by fellow Chicago rapper Saba.

Angels (nightclub)

Angels was a nightclub and music venue in Burnley, England. It became most famous during the early 1990s with the rise of the house music scene, drawing visitors from across the United Kingdom. It occupied part of a multi-storey car park on Curzon St, currently the site of another car park and Wilko store.

Carl Cox, Paul Oakenfold, Pete Tong, Sasha, Judge Jules, all regularly DJ'd, and there were also memorable appearances from Boy George and Nigel Benn. Anne Savage had her first UK residency at Angels, under her contemporary pseudonym 'DJ Fresh'.

DJ Paul Taylor also held a residency at the club, throughout the 1990s, and originated his "Retro" club night there.

Angels (The xx song)

"Angels" is a song by English indie pop group The xx, released as a digital download on 17 July 2012 by Young Turks. It was the lead single for their 2012 album Coexist. The song was written by guitarist Romy Madley Croft, bassist Oliver Sim, and percussionist Jamie xx, who also produced it.

The xx premiered the song on 14 May 2012 at their first live show since touring in 2010. Upon its release, "Angels" received positive reviews from music critics, who commended Croft's performance and the song's minimalist musical style. The song was remixed by electronic musician Four Tet, whose version was aired on BBC Radio on 19 September.

Usage examples of "angels".

I was with two other Angels, but they left a little bit before me, and as soon as they were gone, these bastard Diablos jumped me outside the bar.

All Angels wear this patch, as do most other outlaws, and all it means is that they are proud to be part of the alleged one percent of bike riders whom the American Motorcycle Association refuses to claim.

Like the Angels, the girls were mainly in their twenties -- although some were obvious teenagers and a few were aging whores looking forward to a healthy outdoor weekend.

He knew he was only filling in for the Prez, but he also knew that the Oakland Angels had to make a tough, full-strength appearance at the Labor Day Run.

But mounting police pressure in the south was causing many Angels to seek refuge in the Bay Area.

Local cops waited nervously at intersections, hoping the Angels would pass quietly and not cause trouble.

In deference to all this, the Monterey police had let it be known that they would receive the Angels in a spirit of armed truce.

Terry the Tramp was one of four Angels arrested for forcible rape, which carries a penalty of one to fifty years in the penitentiary.

The police posted a guard on the highway, in case the Angels got restless and tried to get back to town, but there was no way to seal the camp off entirely, nor any provision for handling local innocents who might be drawn to the scene out of curiosity or other, darker reasons not mentioned in police training manuals.

Marina Beach, the rest of the Angels were being rounded up and driven north along Highway 156 toward the county line.

Perhaps the Angels will one day follow the Freemasons into bourgeois senility, but by then some other group will be making outrage headlines: a Hovercraft gang, or maybe some once-bland fraternal group tooling up even now for whatever the future might force on them.

Miserly and a patrolman named Leonard Chatoian had made life so difficult that the Angels were already planning the big move to Oakland.

After the move, some fights between Angels themselves occurred, but no local citizenry were involved.

Meanwhile, the Oakland Angels fattened steadily on the tide of refugees.

From Berdoo, Hayward, Sacramento, the Angels were moving into the few remaining sanctuaries.