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  1. Exits

    Exits is the first single by British indie rock band Foals from their fifth studio album, Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – Part 1. The song and music video were released on 21 January 2019 in the United Kingdom after its debut on DJ Annie Mac's BBC Radio 1. This is the band's first single not to feature former bassist, Walter Gervers after leaving the group in 2018. A trance remix of the song by British electronic producer, George FitzGerald was released on 7 March 2019.


  1. Exits

    Exits is the debut album by The Boxer Rebellion, released on 2 May 2005 via the Mercury record label. The album combined tracks from the band first EP, "The Boxer Rebellion EP" with a host of new tracks. The song "Watermelon" was used as part of the soundtrack of the game UEFA Euro 2004.

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  1. sixte

  2. exist

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of exits in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of exits in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

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  1. Raja Lahiri:

    Valuations are obviously quite high, if you are a late-stage investor, then the exit and return risks become higher ... The risks are always on exits.

  2. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu:

    People are more in a buyers' strike because they don't want to put new money to work here but aren't looking to the exits and selling.

  3. Victor Podobnyy:

    They studied some people, worked out some exits, but they didn't get any materials.

  4. Paul Wertheimer:

    Conventional wisdom says take the closest exit, but that doesn't always work at concerts because that's where the crush is. You want to know where all exits are because exits farther away may be better. You don't want to follow the crowd surge going one route.

  5. Jeremy Gordon:

    East Africa hasn't seen huge tech acquisitions or other types of exits, the events that make early stage investments truly pay off.

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