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Jem (TV series)

Jem, also known as Jem and the Holograms, is an American animated television series that ran from 1985 to 1988 in U.S. first-run syndication. The series is about music company owner Jerrica Benton, her singer alter-ego Jem, her band the Holograms, and their adventures.

The series was a joint collaboration by Hasbro, Sunbow Productions and Marvel Productions, the same team responsible for G.I. Joe and Transformers. The creator of the series, Christy Marx, had also been a staff writer for the aforementioned programs. The animation for most of the episodes was provided by the Japanese animation studio Toei Doga ( Toei Animation).

Jem (singer)

Jemma Griffiths (born 18 May 1975), known by her stage name Jem, is a Welsh singer, songwriter, and record producer. Born and raised in Penarth, Wales, she began songwriting at an early age. After graduating university in 1996 she worked as a DJ as well as co-founder of record label Marine Parade in Brighton. By 2002 she was focused heavily on writing and singing her own songs, collaborating with various producers in the United States such as Guy Sigsworth, Yoad Nevo, and Ge-Ology to help create what would become her debut studio album: Finally Woken, released on 24 March 2004 through ATO Records. Popularised by singles " They", " Just a Ride" and " Wish I", the album garnered generous sales and chart performance in the United States, Canada, Japan and Europe. Jem followed up her successful debut with her second album, Down to Earth, released on 18 September 2008. Jem's musical style is varied and encompasses genres of trip hop, electronica, pop rock and new wave, with critics often associating her with other female British musicians Dido, and Beth Orton.


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Jem (Alevism)

The central Alevi communal worship service is called a cem ( Turkish: Cem or Âyîn-i Cem, meaning congregational or assembly meeting), which is performed in special houses called as Cem Evi. Alevis believe that the Jem has its roots in an original worship and teaching meeting of forty spiritual individuals Kirklar Majlisi (Turkish: Kırklar Meclisi) led by Ali. It takes place in a Cem Evi

Jem (magazine)

Jem was a magazine founded by Joe Weider in the 1950s as entertainment for heterosexual men. First Issue is November 1956 with Candy Barr on the cover. The monthly periodical was encouraged by American News distributors which asked Weider to start a competitor publication to rival the success Hugh Hefner had achieved with Playboy Magazine. Jem published photos of topless models and featured articles about dining, nightlife, and wine. Its companion magazine was Monsieur. Jem was quickly successful although Weider says that he was never very interested in its viability.

A number of Jem issues feature Weider's wife, model Betty Brosmer, on their covers.

The February 1960 issue of Jem features fiction, humor, article, and models. Gypsy Rose Lee is the feature interview. Fiction pieces are entitled "The Girl From Denmark", "The Nude On The Beach", and "This Guy".

Jem (season 1)

The first season of Jem aired between October 6, 1985 and March 15, 1987 as a first-run syndication in the United States. The season has a total of 26 episodes each with a running time of approximately 22 minutes. The first 5 episodes initially aired as 15 7-minute segments with each episode broken into 3 parts.

Jem (season 2)

The second season of Jem aired between September 21, 1987 and January 12, 1988 as first-run syndication in the United States.

Jem (season 3)

The third and final season of Jem aired between February 2, 1988 and May 2, 1988 as first-run syndication in the United States.

Jem (given name)

Jem is a given name, sometimes as a nickname for James, Jeremiah, Jeremy or Jemma, and sometimes as an anglicized version of the Turkish name Cem.

Those bearing it include:

  • Jem Belcher (1781-1811), English bare-knuckle boxer
  • Jem Cohen, American filmmaker
  • Jem Finer (born 1955), English musician, artist and composer, a founding member of the Pogues
  • Jem Karacan, English footballer
  • Jem Mace (1831-1910), English bare-knuckle boxer
  • Jem Smith, boxer
  • Jem Stansfield (born 1975), inventor and television presenter
  • Jem Ward (1800-1884), English bare-knuckle boxer
Jem (shopping mall)

Jem is a suburban mall in Jurong East, Singapore. It is the first lifestyle hub in Western Singapore with integration of shopping, entertainment and residence at the same location.

The mall is directly connected to Jurong East MRT station and close to Jurong East Bus Interchange.

Jem is the first lifestyle hub in Singapore's west where mid to mid-plus shopping meets entertainment; functionality meets experience and where community culture meets city inspiration. Jem's name is a wordplay reference of the mall as the crown jewel of Jurong and Singapore's west.

Jem is Singapore's third largest suburban mall housing 241 units over 818,000 square feet of retail space across six levels. Jem is directly connected to the Jurong East MRT interchange station and located at the junction of Jurong Gateway Road and Boon Lay Way.

Major retailers include Robinsons, FairPrice Xtra, Cathay Cineplexes, Cookhouse by Koufu, H&M, Uniqlo, Marks and Spencer and Courts.

Usage examples of "jem".

There was no drummer on the Biter, no soldiers, no one at all to beat to quarters or inst il a fearful discipline in the crew, while Jem Taylor, boatswain, had an altogether lighter touch than Bentley thought was necessary in that office.

Jem Boulter, that sleeps in the next room to him, says, that, almost as often as he looks through the little window between the two rooms, no matter what hour in the night, he sees Mr.

Sam Jones, Peter Gubbins, Ralph Thomson, Jem Hall, and Walter Bell wrote theirs.

Those that survived went back to the streets, leaving their children in the tender care of Jem Hocking and his wife.

See Jem Hocking in the street and a man might take him for a prosperous farmer up from the Vale of Kent.

He glanced a last time at the text on the wall and wondered if Jem Hocking had ever considered the truth of it.

The public funds were fourpence three farthing a day for each pauper out of which Jem Hocking managed to purloin twopence, while the rest was grudgingly spent on stale bread, onions, barley and oatmeal.

The 95th did not employ drummer boys, but he doubted Jem Hocking understood that.

The servants who were to travel to London with Honey, that is, the coachman, Jem Judkin, and the two grooms, Peter Dasset and Abraham Jellibee, were more concerned with the niceties of fashion than was their mistress.

As Twindle and Jem fussed over a still-apologizing Claire, Gabby, long innured to such petty squabbles between her sisters, turned her attention back to the house.

Having turned Claire over to Twindle, Jem stood below, catching the newly liberated pieces and assembling them into a pile.

But Jem, the first moment he had found himself unwatched, had put out as fast as he could fly to Hurricane Hall, to inform Major Warfield of what had occurred.

Antonio watched with sad puppy eyes as Christian, who had been listening to Jem tell how he had Asmodeus in a headlock, followed by a mangier move, strolled over to me and slid his arm around my waist.

Christian, who had been listening to Jem tell how he had Asmodeus in a headlock, followed by a mangier move, strolled over to me and slid his arm around my waist.

Sam Holt, Jem Taylor, Eaton and Will Bentley scurried up, in a scrummage with their men.