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  • Le wiki The Voice est un wiki traitant de l'émission du même nom passant sur TF1. Il concerne aussi bien les Talents et les Coachs. Catégorie:Musique
  • The Voice is an NBC singing competition show. Hosted by Carson Daly, the show is unique for having a "blind audition" process, where the judges (or coaches) listen to the singers without looking at them. The original judging panel included Adam Levine, Cee Lo Green, Christina Aguilera and Blake Shelton.
  • The Voice is a singing competition where only the voice of the person will be judged. Judges/Coaches will have their backs turned to the performers while they are competing so that only their voices can be heard.
  • Throughout the events of the game, articles from the Voice will appear to encourage workers to support the Vox Populi. The followings are the transcripts of the different major events of Columbia as covered by this newspaper:
  • {{Template:Clow Card infobox |backcolor = beige |name = The Voice |image = Image:The Voice.jpg |first = Episode 37 |transformed = Episode 53 |owner = Sakura Kinomoto |relatedcards = The Windy The Song |usedtocapture = Not used to capture
  • He also has a Department of Public Relations which revealed that Frylock reads a feminine magazine.
  • The Voice (声), is a mischievous card that is able to steal people's voices. Usually, Voice is content with listening to people, but if it hears a particular voice that it likes, it is capable of stealing it, rendering that person completely mute. Tomoyo becomes victim to Voice's thievery in Episode 37. The Voice is aligned under Windy.
  • The Voice is the 23rd episode of the first season of Recess. It was first broadcast on 10th January 1998.
  • The Voice is a quest added to Fable III with the Understone Quest Pack that takes the Hero to a hidden town underneath Bowerstone known as Understone.
  • The Voice is an American reality talent show that premiered on April 26, 2011, on the NBC television network. Based on the reality singing competition The Voice of Holland. Shakira will replace Christina Aguilera as a coach in season four.
  • The Voice is the Japanese ending theme of the Black: Victini and Reshiram.
  • The entity contained within a stone, simply referred to as a "Voice", is a recurring force in the Amulet series, debuting in the initial stages of "The Stonekeeper". The entity guides Emily throughout the series, but is also subject to suspicious intent, even being described as "shifty" by Emily's brother, Navin.
  • The Voice is a recurring character in the series. He is a mysterious entity who created the world of Master Chief Sucks at Ordering.
  • “The Voice” is the second episode of the ninth and final season of Seinfeld, and the 158th episode overall. This episode first aired on October 2, 1997.
  • The snow rests pale on the naked metal of the shacks around me. The pastel paint stripped away in ugly patches, the rusted iron underneath leers orangish-red at my intrusion – like a thousand fiery eyes set in the suffocating whiteness that is all around me. There is no one here in this deserted little village – this island in an endless sea of ice and capricious cold. There is nothing else for miles, it seems. I am all alone here. All I can do is wait for the ceaseless wind to dismantle me, to chip away at me until the red rust underneath my painted façade is all exposed and I become as silent as the town around me. I press myself up against the side of a shack to get out of the wind, whose shrieks and murmurs fade ever so slightly as I hide. I slowly ease myself onto the porcelain-white
  • The Voice is a villain from the Kid Chameleon series of stories. It is literally just a voice that seems to control the world of Wildside and conjures up the levels and monsters found there. Casey originally thought that The Voice was helping him through the game in order to survive it, but later discovered that Brad was taking orders from it in working at the Islecatraz prison.
  • The Voice was the Irish entry at the Eurovision Song Contest 1996 in Oslo performed by Eimear Quinn. The song advanced from the audio-only qualifying round in 2nd place behind Sweden. In the final, it was performed 17th following Belgium and preceding Finland. At the close of voting, it was declared the winner with 162 points, giving Ireland its 7th victory. It also made Brendan Graham the fifth member of the elite group to have composed two Eurovision winners (he had also written Rock 'n' Roll Kids which won two years prior).
  • The Voice is a current affairs discussion radio program in Kirlawa, broadcasting on the Radio Free Terra-affliated Radio Free Kirlawa. The show is played on weekdays at 12:30PM Kirlawan time. The show discusses several issues nationally and internationally, with popular international topics recently including Deltarian imperialism, Nuncirism and domestic affairs in various countries including Telamon and Dorvik. The show consists of a panel of four - typically a member of the national government, an opposition member, a political analyst and one other - and the host, Edward Briggs.
  • The show's concept is to find new singing talent (solo or duets) contested by aspiring singers, age 15 or over, drawn from public auditions. The winner is determined by television viewers voting by telephone, Internet, SMS text and iTunes Store purchases of the audio-recorded artists' vocal performances. They receive US$100,000 and a record deal with Universal Music Group for winning the competition
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  • Unknown
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  • Legleeclub
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  • 1997-10-02
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  • Amulet
  • Near Galifery
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  • Possession
  • Manipulation
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  • "Master Chief Sucks at Everything (Part 3)"
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  • The Voice
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  • The Voice
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  • Chuck Sheetz and Susie Dietter
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  • Every Little Thing
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  • Le wiki The Voice est un wiki traitant de l'émission du même nom passant sur TF1. Il concerne aussi bien les Talents et les Coachs. Catégorie:Musique
  • The Voice is a current affairs discussion radio program in Kirlawa, broadcasting on the Radio Free Terra-affliated Radio Free Kirlawa. The show is played on weekdays at 12:30PM Kirlawan time. The show discusses several issues nationally and internationally, with popular international topics recently including Deltarian imperialism, Nuncirism and domestic affairs in various countries including Telamon and Dorvik. The show consists of a panel of four - typically a member of the national government, an opposition member, a political analyst and one other - and the host, Edward Briggs. The show is popular, and attracts many listeners both on the radio and afterwards on the RFK website, where archives of shows are kept thanks to funding from the national government.
  • The Voice is an NBC singing competition show. Hosted by Carson Daly, the show is unique for having a "blind audition" process, where the judges (or coaches) listen to the singers without looking at them. The original judging panel included Adam Levine, Cee Lo Green, Christina Aguilera and Blake Shelton.
  • The Voice is a singing competition where only the voice of the person will be judged. Judges/Coaches will have their backs turned to the performers while they are competing so that only their voices can be heard.
  • Throughout the events of the game, articles from the Voice will appear to encourage workers to support the Vox Populi. The followings are the transcripts of the different major events of Columbia as covered by this newspaper:
  • The Voice is a villain from the Kid Chameleon series of stories. It is literally just a voice that seems to control the world of Wildside and conjures up the levels and monsters found there. Casey originally thought that The Voice was helping him through the game in order to survive it, but later discovered that Brad was taking orders from it in working at the Islecatraz prison. After Casey's second game in Wildside, The Voice refused to let Casey leave, calling him the "ultimate challenge". Casey declared himself ready, presumably planning on taking The Voice on as a "final boss". We may never know, as the series was cancelled on that cliffhanger.
  • {{Template:Clow Card infobox |backcolor = beige |name = The Voice |image = Image:The Voice.jpg |first = Episode 37 |transformed = Episode 53 |owner = Sakura Kinomoto |relatedcards = The Windy The Song |usedtocapture = Not used to capture
  • He also has a Department of Public Relations which revealed that Frylock reads a feminine magazine.
  • The Voice (声), is a mischievous card that is able to steal people's voices. Usually, Voice is content with listening to people, but if it hears a particular voice that it likes, it is capable of stealing it, rendering that person completely mute. Tomoyo becomes victim to Voice's thievery in Episode 37. The Voice is aligned under Windy.
  • The Voice is the 23rd episode of the first season of Recess. It was first broadcast on 10th January 1998.
  • The Voice is a quest added to Fable III with the Understone Quest Pack that takes the Hero to a hidden town underneath Bowerstone known as Understone.
  • The Voice is an American reality talent show that premiered on April 26, 2011, on the NBC television network. Based on the reality singing competition The Voice of Holland. Shakira will replace Christina Aguilera as a coach in season four.
  • The Voice was the Irish entry at the Eurovision Song Contest 1996 in Oslo performed by Eimear Quinn. The song advanced from the audio-only qualifying round in 2nd place behind Sweden. In the final, it was performed 17th following Belgium and preceding Finland. At the close of voting, it was declared the winner with 162 points, giving Ireland its 7th victory. It also made Brendan Graham the fifth member of the elite group to have composed two Eurovision winners (he had also written Rock 'n' Roll Kids which won two years prior). Many fans were disappointed by such an "old-fashioned" song being picked by the juries as the winner, which led to televoting being trialed in 1997.
  • The Voice is the Japanese ending theme of the Black: Victini and Reshiram.
  • The entity contained within a stone, simply referred to as a "Voice", is a recurring force in the Amulet series, debuting in the initial stages of "The Stonekeeper". The entity guides Emily throughout the series, but is also subject to suspicious intent, even being described as "shifty" by Emily's brother, Navin.
  • The show's concept is to find new singing talent (solo or duets) contested by aspiring singers, age 15 or over, drawn from public auditions. The winner is determined by television viewers voting by telephone, Internet, SMS text and iTunes Store purchases of the audio-recorded artists' vocal performances. They receive US$100,000 and a record deal with Universal Music Group for winning the competition The series also employs a panel of four coaches who critique the artists' performances and guide their teams of selected artists through the remainder of the season. They also compete to ensure that their act wins the competition, thus making them the winning coach.
  • The Voice is a recurring character in the series. He is a mysterious entity who created the world of Master Chief Sucks at Ordering.
  • The snow rests pale on the naked metal of the shacks around me. The pastel paint stripped away in ugly patches, the rusted iron underneath leers orangish-red at my intrusion – like a thousand fiery eyes set in the suffocating whiteness that is all around me. There is no one here in this deserted little village – this island in an endless sea of ice and capricious cold. There is nothing else for miles, it seems. I am all alone here. All I can do is wait for the ceaseless wind to dismantle me, to chip away at me until the red rust underneath my painted façade is all exposed and I become as silent as the town around me. I press myself up against the side of a shack to get out of the wind, whose shrieks and murmurs fade ever so slightly as I hide. I slowly ease myself onto the porcelain-white ground, and draw my knees to my chest to protect the waning heat in my core from the lashes of the cold. “Daniel!” No louder than a whisper; I’m sure I’ve imagined it. My name called from across the village, sounding as if it was shouted. But the wind rushing through the squat houses almost stole it away before it reached me. I stumble to my feet, heaving my body upwards and craning my head towards the voice. I take a few steps towards it. The ice and snow forces deliberate and careful steps; taunting me who has no energy for such things. I walk onward, and even as I approach I feel the wind rushing by my face, taking with it bits of warmth – chips of paint. I reach the farthest-flung house. There is no one here. Everything is silent and still besides the shuddering of my shoulders as the cold lifts the warmth from them in sheets. The wind strips the paint from everything – I am raw, red, rusty. The orangish-red eyes grow wider, amazed that I persist in moving amongst them. “Daniel!” Again, the voice calls. Now louder than before; I might have missed it in the din of shrieks and murmurs. This time though, the voice comes from behind me – on the other side of the village, back where I was. My eyes water as the wind tries to pry them out. I begin trudging again towards the voice. Perhaps we passed each other. Perhaps whoever’s out there is pursuing me just as I pursue them, and as the wind pursues us both. I march in loose, fumbling steps towards the voice, back through the town, back through all the red eyes. I fall once or twice, and it feels so good to rest that I might just fall asleep there. I rise each time, however; the voice draws me onward. I reach the other end of the village, looking out into the stormy sea of ice on all sides of this little island of paint and bleary, red eyes. There is no one here but me. “Daniel!” The voice calls once again with muffled insistence, now closer than ever. Somehow now from the opposite side of all the decrepit shacks it beckons me. I’d turn to it, but I can’t face those eyes again, and I’m so very cold, and it feels so good to rest. Credited to David Feuling
  • “The Voice” is the second episode of the ninth and final season of Seinfeld, and the 158th episode overall. This episode first aired on October 2, 1997.
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