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All That is an American live-action, sketch comedy-variety show that aired on the Nickelodeon cable television network featuring short comedic sketches and weekly musical guests. The theme song for All That was performed by TLC. Early episodes were taped at the closed Nickelodeon Studios at Universal Orlando, but then moved to Hollywood at the Nickelodeon On Sunset theater (formerly the Aquarius Theatre), where shows like The Amanda Show, Kenan & Kel, and Drake & Josh were also filmed. All That first aired on April 16, 1994, as a "sneak peek" and debuted as a regular series on December 24, 1994. It was successfully broadcast internationally, in countries such as the United Kingdom, Australia, India, Japan, Spain and Canada. All That lasted 10 seasons before it was canceled in 2005. The last episode aired on October 22, 2005 on the Nickelodeon network.
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1066 and All That: A Memorable History of England, comprising all the parts you can remember, including 103 Good Things, 5 Bad Kings and 2 Genuine Dates is a tongue-in-cheek reworking of the history of England. Written by W. C. Sellar and R. J. Yeatman and illustrated by John Reynolds, it first appeared serially in Punch magazine, and was published in book form by Methuen & Co. Ltd. in 1930.
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The title was adapted by Raymond F. Streater and Arthur S. Wightman for their (serious) textbook on axiomatic quantum field theory, PCT, Spin and Statistics, and All That. This in turn influenced the titles of several other books, monographs, and papers on mathematical physics: as of November 2013, a search for “and all that” in the open collection of specialized scientific articles arXiv yields 25 such titles; MathSciNet (Mathematical Reviews online) lists 83 hits for corresponding mathematical papers. There is also an introductory vector calculus text by H. M. Schey called Div, Grad, Curl, and all that. Australian cricketer and cartoonist Arthur Mailey had taken all 10 wickets for 66 runs in a first-class match during the 1921 tour of England, and hence titled his 1958 autobiography 10 for 66 And All That. Liverpool band Half Man Half Biscuit featured a song entitled “1966 and All That” on their debut EP The Trumpton Riots. Welsh rock band Mclusky recorded the song “1956 and All That” for their third album The Difference Between Me and You Is That I'm Not on Fire. 1089 and All That—A Journey into Mathematics is a popular mathematics book by David Acheson. Amo, Amas, Amat... and All That: How to Become a Latin Lover by Harry Mount is a guide to (and celebration of) the Latin language. In 1992, Robert Royal wrote 1492 And All That: Political Manipulations of History. From the dust jacket: “Spurning the false idealism and bland caricatures of historical actors that distort the arguments of both sides, Robert Royal surveys the available facts and political positions about Columbus and his legacy and seeks to find the truth among them. His provocative analysis recommends a better-balanced reading of our past and a wise use of that base for determining our common future.” In the 1960s, the railway enthusiasts' book Four feet eight and a half and all that was published in a comparable style by G. R. Mills, with the same mixture of puns and humour, which will be best appreciated by those who know their subject already. Now out of print but a collector's item. The title is a reference to the standard gauge of railway tracks. In 2000, John W. O'Malley, SJ, published Trent and All That: Renaming Catholicism in the Early Modern Era. The book deals with historians' attempts to describe, name, and understand the Catholic side of Reformation-era Europe. The title is a tongue-in-cheek reference to the habit of most historians giving the subject little thought beyond vague references to the Council of Trent. Algebraic Geometers Joe Harris and David Eisenbud are soon to publish an intersection theory book called 3264 and All That. 3264 refers to the number of smooth conic plane curves tangent to five given general conics, an answer to a problem in enumerative geometry.
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