Crossword clues for iii
- First Super Bowl that was actually called a Super Bowl
- Britainu2019s last King Richard
- See 27-Across
- Clock face number
- See 39-Across
- Three on a grandfather clock
- Roman trio
- First Super Bowl to be called "Super Bowl"
- Trailer for "Rocky" or "Rambo"?
- The last "Back to the Future"
- Sundial three
- Super Bowl whose pregame show honored the Apollo astronauts
- The Richard in a Shakespeare title
- The cardinal number that is the sum of one and one and one
- Clock numeral
- IX minus VI
- One-third of IX
- LIV minus LI
- Number in a Roman triumvirate
- Article of the Constitution about the judiciary
- Hour on a grandfather clock
- The Third
- XXVII ÷ IX
- Numbers after Richard
- Hodding Carter ___
- LX divided by XX
- Three, to Agrippa
- A "Rocky" film
- VII minus IV
- Britain's last King Richard
- Act ___, "La Traviata" finale
- Junior's son
- Sundial letters
- Clock symbol
- Antony's trio
- One-tenth of XXX
- A crowd, to Tiberius
- Figure on a clock
- One of the Adlai Stevensons
- Three, on the clock
- Clock reading
- After Jr.
- Sundial symbol
- Clock numerals
- Junior's jr.
- George ___, longest-reign
- Only Super Bowl won by th
- Article of the Constituti
- Rightmost number on a gra
- Jr.'s Jr
- Designation for a sequel
- The last King Richard of
- Midafternoon on a sundial
- Three, of a kind
- Sundial number
- Three, on a sundial
- Article of the Constitution regarding the judiciary
- George ___
- 1969 Super Bowl
- Grandson, maybe
- Name add-on
- Jr.'s junior
- Certain grandson
- "Superman ___"
- Jr.'s Jr.
- "Rocky ___"
- Junior's junior
- Afternoon hour on a sundial
- A crowd, for Caesar?
- Three on a sundial
- "Richard ___"
- Caesar's three
- Sequel tag
- Jr.'s namesake
- Only Super Bowl won by the Jets
- Part of some full names
- Sequel's sequel
- Three on a clock
- Son of a son
- Follower of "Rocky" or "Superman"
- Richard ___
- It's right on a clock
- Article of the Constitution that defines treason
- Article of the Constitution dealing with treason
- The "Rocky" film with Mr. T
- Crowd in old Rome?
- "East" on a grandfather clock
- 3 on a sundial
- The last King Richard
- See 87-Across
- The last King Richard of England
- Sequel letters
- "Halloween ___"
- Designation for a sequel to a sequel
- "Halloween ___" (1983 flick)
- 16-Across, in another way
- Only Super Bowl won by the New York Jets
- George ___, longest-reigning English king
- Name tag?
- Sundial hour
- Jr.'s son
- Rightmost number on a grandfather clock
- The last Pope Julius
- Tag for some grandchildren
- Junior Jr.
III (iii) may refer to:
III is an IDM album by Download.
III is the fourth studio album from country music artist Joe Nichols, released in 2005. The album's name is the Roman numeral three. The title refers to it being his third album to be released on Universal South Records. The album produced Nichols' second #1 hit in "Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off", as well as the top-10 hit "Size Matters (Someday)" and "I'll Wait for You". Overall, it was certified gold by the RIAA.
"My Old Friend the Blues" is a cover of a Steve Earle song. Also included is "Should I Come Home (Or Should I Go Crazy)", a cover of a Gene Watson hit single.
Brent Rowan produced the album except for the three singles, which were produced by Buddy Cannon, and "Freedom Feels Like Lonely" and "As Country as She Gets", which were produced by Byron Gallimore.
III is Stanton Moore's third studio solo album released 2006. As each of Moore's solo albums have had unique character, III features keyboardist Robert Walter and guitarist Will Bernard for a 1970s-like soul funk with a "sense of authenticity" as "artists who live it."
It was recorded at Preservation Hall by Mike Napolitano with equipment borrowed from Ani DiFranco. It closes with songs chosen as a response to the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
III is the third and final studio album released by country music artist Chad Brock. It features the single "Tell Me How". The only release from this album, the song failed to make Top 40 on the country charts, and Brock exited Warner Bros' roster by the end of 2001. Three of Brock's biggest hits — "Yes!", "Ordinary Life" and "Lightning Does the Work", the latter two from his 1999 debut and the former from 2000's Yes! — are also included as bonus tracks.
III is an album by Moistboyz, released in 2002 by Ipecac Recordings.
III is the third studio album by Maylene and the Sons of Disaster. It was released June 23, 2009, and all pre-orders shipped on June 18, 2009. The first single from the album is Just A Shock, which was uploaded to the band's MySpace as a promo for the album. About a week before the album's release another song was released to the public: Step Up (I'm On It). On June 19 the album was leaked in its entirety onto the internet. The song "Harvest Moon Hanging" is a reference to the Harvest Moon from the Bone series (most notably collection six, Old Man's Cave). The album debuted at number 71 on the Billboard 200 in its first week of release. It was announced that their song "Step Up (I'm on It)" was used as the official theme for the inaugural WWE Bragging Rights Pay-Per-View. In 2010, was released a Deluxe Edition of the album in iTunes, containing two new songs and the music video for "Step Up (I'm on It)". "Step Up (I'm on It)" also was on Season Two: Episode One of the critically acclaimed series " Sons Of Anarchy", when Bobby came back to the clubhouse after his jail time. "Step Up (I'm on It) is also in the video game EA Sports MMA.
III is Espers' fourth full-length album. It was released on October 20, 2009. The band (known for bleak and melancholic music) has stated in a press release that they've "attempted to create something that would be perhaps cheery at times, though that mark may have been missed.”
III is the third album released by the R&B band The S.O.S. Band on the Tabu label in October 1982. It was produced by Ricky Sylvers and Gene Dozier.
"III" is an EP released by the techno duo Orbital. The title has a double meaning, referring to it being their third single release, and having three tracks. Two of the group's best known tracks, "Satan" and "Belfast", made their first appearances on the EP.
III is a 2011 release by Brazilian DJ and producer Gui Boratto on German label Kompakt Records.
III is the third album by Christian alternative group, Family Force 5, released on October 18, 2011 and the last album to feature Solomon Olds before his departure from the band in 2013. The song "Not Alone" charted at No. 47 on the Hot Christian Songs. The next single, "Get On Outta Here", was free for several days before paid release, where it charted at No. 27 on iTunes Rock chart. Wobble charted at No. 20 on the Alternative charts for a week. "Paycheck" was the final single from the album, but did not chart. However, a music video was made for the song.
III is the third studio album by American indie rock band Shiny Toy Guns. It was released on October 22, 2012 by Five Seven Music. The album features the return of the band's original female vocalist, Carah Faye Charnow. The album spawned three singles so far: "Waiting Alone", "Fading Listening", and "Somewhere to Hide".
III (stylized as (III)) is the third studio album by Canadian electronic music duo Crystal Castles, released on November 7, 2012 by Fiction Records and Polydor Records. Production was handled by Ethan Kath, with additional production by Jacknife Lee.
III is the third studio album by Finnish pop rock band Haloo Helsinki!. It was released by EMI Finland digitally on .
III is the third studio album from the French metal band Eths, released on April 6, 2012. The release date was delayed from its initially intended release date of March 2 (Europe) and March 12 (North America). The album features a move towards more clean singing from frontwoman Candice Clot as well as versions of songs with either French or English lyrics, plus the return of drummer Guillaume Dupré. A music video for the song Adonaï was released on March 12 in both French and English versions. It is the last album to feature vocalist Candice Clot, who announced her departure from the group in September 2012. 3 videos have been released from this album: "Adonaï" (for both English and French versions), "Sidus" (with live vocalists Virginie Goncalves and Nelly Wood-Hasselhoff) and "Harmaguedon" (with new vocalist Rachel Aspe).
The songs "Gravis Venter" and "Adonaï", in their original French versions, were released for the Rock Band Network in May 2012.
III is the seventh studio album by English pop band Take That. It is their first studio album since 2010's Progress and the first to feature the band as a trio, following the departures of Jason Orange and Robbie Williams. The album was released on 28 November 2014. According to Gary Barlow, the album's sound is an "amalgamation of the past eight years" of Take That material.
The album debuted at number one in the UK, becoming Take That's seventh number-one album.
III (pronounced Tringle) is a triple single extended play by American recording artist JoJo. The 'tringle' consists of three new songs, " When Love Hurts", "Save My Soul" and "Say Love". The singles premiered on JoJo's official soundcloud page on August 20, 2015 and was released officially on August 21, 2015 to all digital retailers ahead of her upcoming third studio album Mad Love.
iii is the third studio album by Swedish indie pop band Miike Snow. It was released in the United States on 4 March 2016.
III is the third studio album by electronic trio Moderat. It was released on April 1, 2016. III is the third and final installment to Moderat's album trilogy that includes Moderat and II.
III (also called Sahg III) is the third studio album by the Norwegian hard rock band Sahg, released on August 23, 2010, under the Norwegian record label Indie Recordings.
A limited special edition includes a DVD "Race with Time" with behind the scenes documentary.
A music video was made for the track "Mortify", directed by Tommy Naess.