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Aisles are a six-piece prog rock band originally from Santiago, Chile. The group was formed in 2001 by brothers Germán and Luis Vergara, and childhood friend Rodrigo Sepúlveda. Later on, it expanded to include lead singer Sebastián Vergara and Alejandro Meléndez. Drummer Felipe Candia and bassist Daniel Baird-Kerr joined the band in 2007 and 2011 respectively. The band has often been praised by its eclectic style, combining elements of rock, progressive rock, fusion, and Latin music, among others. They have toured South America, North America and Europe, and have participated in prestigious prog-rock festivals. Their albums have been published in Europe, United States, and Japan, and in 2009 they were nominated for Best Foreign Record in the Prog Awards for their second album, In Sudden Walks. The band's third album 4:45am is scheduled for release in October, 2013.
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The numerical value of aisles in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of aisles in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
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There were too many pictures of older folk stalking aisles empty, because everybody was in panic buying. This is a great idea.
Leaders on both sides lack the fundamental courage to cross political aisles on behalf of what is good for the American people, were at a point in time where I reluctantly believe that we have much to lose -- it is a critical and unforgiving moment.
At the end of the show they (audiences) are very happy, they're standing up in the aisles dancing and the idea was to try to take that with us into a restaurant environment ... and have a really good party with good food, wine and singing and dancing.
We’d wander grocery aisles for ideas for new toppings, what about cereal? Then you’d get all your vitamins and minerals in one bite! We’d decide based on what we liked, not on what we thought would look pretty.
We're much safer than a Walmart or grocery store, think about it, you're crammed into (store) aisles inches apart from other shoppers. Here we're sitting six feet apart.
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