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  1. Cartoons

    Cartoons, also known as Cartoons DK were a technobilly/glam pop band from Denmark, best known for their 1998 Eurodance cover of the 1958 novelty song, "Witch Doctor" by Ross Bagdasarian, as well as for their outlandish plastic costumes and wigs used in live performances as caricatures of 1950s American rock and roll stars. Many of their hits are Europop covers of old rockabilly hits. The band has so far sold over 2 million albums, making them one of the most successful Danish pop bands ever. They have also been nominated for Danish Grammys according to their official website. The sextet, who use the stage names Toonie, Sponge, Shooter, Buzz, Puddy, and Boop, were first signed to FLEX Records, moving later to EMI Denmark. Their most notable single to date is "Witch Doctor", which reached number two in the UK Singles Chart; with its combination of the original's "ooh-ee-ooh-aah-aah" chorus, driving dance beat and occasional guitar breaks. They had further success in the UK with the Top 10 hit, "Doodah!"; the Top 20 hit "Aisy Waisy", which was performed on Jim Davidson's Generation Game; and a Top 20 debut album, Toonage.

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  1. Cartoons

    drawings or designs made on stiff paper for a fresco or other paintings, transferred by tracing or pouncing to the surface to be painted, the most famous of which are those of Raphael.

U.S. National Library of Medicine

  1. Cartoons

    Works consisting of humorous, satirical, or ridiculing images executed in a broad or abbreviated manner.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of cartoons in Chaldean Numerology is: 5

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of cartoons in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6

Examples of cartoons in a Sentence

  1. Bill Clinton , 69:

    They’re running against a cartoon. Cartoons are two-dimensional, they’re easy to absorb. Life in the real world is complicated and real change is hard, and a lot of people even think it’s boring.

  2. Yuby Hernandez:

    You could get a movie, two or three serials, six cartoons, a news reel, and a ticket for a raffle all for 25 cents.

  3. Elaina Plott:

    We're talking about normalizing hate speech. The Times only aids in that when The Times publishes cartoons and gives this meek, silly little statement of' regret' about The Times.

  4. Egypts President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi:

    He said that offending Islam and Muslims has become a tool to mobilize votes. He called the offensive cartoons depicting Muhammad a blatant hostility against this noble religion and its prophet. Egypts President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi said that offending the prophet undermines high values many Muslims believe in. We, too, have rights ; right of not to hurt our feelings and not to offend our values.

  5. Conrad Vernon:

    Greg and I have always been a fan of the Addams Family in past versions, so when we set out to make this movie, we were excited to do something new, with that in mind, I drew from the brilliantly original Charles Addams New Yorker cartoons for the look of the film and decided to tell the story of how Gomez and Morticia meet, find their house and start their family. This unique approach is what drew me in to direct the film. The reimagining also extends to the stellar cast we’ve put together who will each bring their own spin to our film that will appeal to longtime fans of the Addams and introduce them to a new generation.

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