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May to December
   is set in   
Pinner
Pinner, Middlesex.
Just Good Friends
   featured the character   
Vince Pinner
Played by Paul Nicholas
Just Good Friends
   featured the character   
Rita Pinner
Played by Ann Lynn
Just Good Friends
   featured the character   
Les Pinner
Played by Shaun Curry
Just Good Friends
   featured the character   
Clifford Pinner
Played by Adam French
The Spinners
   had a number 2 U.S.A. hit with   
Working My Way Back To You
1980
Spinner Dolphin
   has the Latin name   
Stenella Longirostris
Webspinners
   belong to the order   
Embioptera
Spinner Shark
   has the Latin name   
Carcharhinus Brevipinna
The Detroit Spinners
   had a U.K. Number One single with   
Working My Way Back To You
April 6 1980 for 2 weeks
The Song Spinners
   released the single   
Comin' in on a Wing and a Prayer
1943; 3 weeks as Billboard's #1
The Moon-Spinners
   was released in   
1964
Pop Goes the Weasel
   possibly originated from   
A Spinner's Machine
The "weasel" may refer to a spinner's weasel, a yarn measuring device consisting of a spoked wheel with an internal ratcheting mechanism that makes a "pop" sound after the desired length of yarn is measured. "Pop goes the weasel", describes the repetitive sound of a machine governing the tedious work of textile workers toiling for subsistence wages. The first 3 lines of each verse describe various ways of spending one's meager wages, with "pop goes the weasel" indicating a return to unpleasant labour.
The Lazy Spinner
   was written by   
The Brothers Grimm
Children's and Household Tales, 1812
The Nettle Spinner
   was written by   
Charles Deulin
The Gold-spinners
   was written by   
Friedrich Kreutzwald
Eestirahwa Ennemuistesed jutud, 1866
The Spinners
   released the single   
The Rubberband Man
1976; peaked at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100; topped the R&B chart
The Song Spinners
   released the single   
Johnny Zero
1943; peaked at #7 on the Billboard chart
Dionne Warwick & The Spinners
   released the single   
Then Came You
1974; 1 week as #1 on the Billboard Hot 100






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