Crossword clues for cats
- Members of a clowder
- Alley denizens
- Musical inspired by T. S. Eliot
- Margays and civets
- Broadway musical hit
- Webber musical (4)
- Musical based on an Eliot work
- Broadway musical
- Broadway hit
- They may be Siamese
- Broadway hit inspired by T.S.E.
- Broadway hit based on a T. S. Eliot work
- T. S. Eliot subjects
- Hit musical
- Long-run Broadway musical
- Jazz musicians
- Long-running Broadway hit
- Clowder members
- Vonnegut's "___ Cradle"
- Ailurophiles' pets
- Ailurophobes' dreads
- Isis's sacred pets
- Broadway hit since 1982
- Broadway hit: 1982
- "___ Cradle": Vonnegut
- T. S. Eliot characters
- Broadway musical since 1982
- Hep ones
- Siamese, e.g.
- Alley and cool
- Lynx and manx
- Broadway smash since 1982
- Webber musical
- Musical from a T. S. Eliot book
- Familiars, often
- Musical that opened 10/7/82
- Musical with the song "Memory"
- "Jellicle Ball" musical
- 1983 Tony musical
- Siamese and Persian
- Notable opening of 10/7/82
- Jive men
- Long-running Broadway show
- See 46-Across
- "Memory" musical
- Lions and tigers
- "Cool" ones
- See 48-Down
- Noted debut of 10/7/82
- Broadway debut of 10/7/82
- Noted Broadway debut of 10/7/82
- Alley tally
- Longest-running show in Broadway history until 1/9/06
- Broadway hit with 7,000+ performances
- Jaguars, e.g.
- See 3-Down
- Cool guys
- Burmese and others
- Musical with the song "Mr. Mistoffelees"
- Jazz devotees
- Broadway smash whose poster image consisted of just two eyes
- Musical with Mungojerrie and Jennyanydots
- Tigers, e.g.
- *Jazz devotees, informally
- 1983 Tony-winning musical
- End of a pickoff
- Burmese and Himalayans
- Musical with Rum Tum Tugger
n. 1 (plural of cat English) 2 (context Internet shorthand slang English) (plural of category English) vb. (en-third-person singular of: cat)
Cats is a musical composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber, based on Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats by T. S. Eliot, and produced by Cameron Mackintosh. The musical tells the story of a tribe of cats called the Jellicles and the night they make what is known as "the Jellicle choice" and decide which cat will ascend to the Heaviside Layer and come back to a new life. Cats introduced the song standard " Memory". The first performance of "Cats" was in 1981.
Directed by Trevor Nunn and choreographed by Gillian Lynne, Cats first opened in the West End in 1981 and then with the same creative team on Broadway in 1982. It won numerous awards, including Best Musical at both the Laurence Olivier Awards and the Tony Awards. The London production ran for twenty-one years and the Broadway production ran for eighteen years, both setting new records. Actresses Elaine Paige and Betty Buckley became particularly associated with the musical. One actress, Marlene Danielle, performed in the Broadway production for its entire run (from 1982 until 2000).
As of 2016, Cats is the fourth longest-running show in Broadway history, and was the longest running Broadway show in history from 1987 to 2006 when it was surpassed by The Phantom of the Opera. Cats is the fourth longest-running West End musical. It has been performed around the world many times and has been translated into more than 20 languages. In 1998, Cats was turned into a made-for-television film.
CATS receives tape out data output from the integrated circuit physical design step, most commonly in GDSII format, processes it, and converts into data that control the fabrication of photomasks used to manufacture the designed IC. CATS software tools generate photomask layers from input design layers and allow users to inspect the input and output data and verify its accuracy.
Originally it was developed by Transcription Enterprises, Ltd, acquired by Numerical Technologies, Inc. (2000). At the moment of acquisition, it was an industry standard for MDP operations, such as mask fracturing and mask inspection, with about 95% of market share. In its turn, Numeritech was acquired by Synopsys, Inc. (2003).
Cats is the plural form of the word cat, which most commonly refers to the domestic cat, Felis catus, or Felis silvestris catus.
Cats may also refer to:
- The cats, common name for Felidae, the biological family of the cats, including lions, tigers, pumas, leopards and wildcats
CATS (Computer Assisted Trading System) was an automated exchange system developed by the Toronto Stock Exchange. It went live on November 18, 1977, with 90 stocks. CATS was introduced, piloted and developed by Harold B. Hofmann, then the Vice President of Operations at the Toronto Stock Exchange. CATS was one of the first technologies allowing for a full automation of the price-setting process in a stock exchange. This technology was implemented in several other stock exchanges in the 1980s. In some cases, it was used as an assistance to open-outcry, but in others it allowed for a full dismantlement of the open-outcry institution. The Paris Bourse purchased this system in the early 1980s and implemented it as CAC ( Cotation Assistée en Continu).
CATS handled the process of order matching and price setting through a " double auction" algorithm. It is credited for having been the first system to allow for a full automation of the price setting process in a centralized, order-driven stock market.
Cats is a 1925 silent-era British comedy film directed by Leslie S. Hiscott and featuring Sydney Fairbrother, Frank Stanmore and Irene Tripod.
Cats is a 1998 direct-to-video musical film of the long-running West End production of Cats, Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical based on Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats by T. S. Eliot. Lloyd Webber himself personally oversaw orchestration for the film and called on Gillian Lynne, the original show's choreographer, to personally train the cast for the film. Trevor Nunn, the original director, did not serve as the director of this production. Andrew Lloyd Webber and others on the production team for the film wanted to keep the feeling that viewers watching the film could still get the sense of seeing the show live, by having all views be facing the stage, therefore, getting multiple views of the set, but still feel like the viewer is part of a live audience, with several close-ups. Initially released to VHS and subsequently DVD and Blu-ray, the film has since been shown on television channels including PBS, the BBC, and Ovation TV. It was filmed at the Adelphi Theatre in London.
Usage examples of "cats".
Phosphor have been our cats for the last ten years: Lucifer, entirely black, Phosphor, as yellow as saffron, a real golden fleece.
These cats follow her all about the place in a regular troop, and a very handsome troop they are, with their waving, plumy tails tipped gracefully over at the ends as if saluting their superior officer.
She was one of the enchanted cats who disguised themselves as beautiful women to cause trouble for men.
I finally compromised by carrying her in a covered basket a mile and a half and bestowing her upon a friend who loves cats nearly as well as I.
There are many remarkable stories of cats who find their way home across almost impossible roads and enormous distances.
I wish those people who believe cats have no affection for people could have seen her then.
Many handsome black cats show brown in the strong sunlight, or when their fur is parted.
They are taught these things as kittens, and since cats are as great sticklers for propriety and gentle manners as any human beings can be, they never forget it.
She would not eat from a dish with other cats, or, except in extreme cases, from one they had left.
Jane must watch them anxiously and incessantly in waking hours, uttering those little protesting murmurs of admonition which mother cats deem so necessary toward the proper training of kittens.
But the thousands who do love cats know that they are the most individual animals in the world.
Bay she has fifteen cats, mostly Angoras, Persians, and coons, with several dogs.
The cats immediately took a great fancy to these diminutive bipeds, and watched them with the greatest interest.
As the weather was still cold, the farmer put them upstairs in one of the barns, and every day Gyp would take seven or eight of those cats up there to see the fluffy little things.
I shall have to speak of two cats at least, one being the enemy and the other the friend of my dog Joe.