• Dat Phan

    Dat Phan

    Dat Phan (born January 25, 1975) is a Vietnamese American stand-up comedian. He first rose to fame in 2003 after defeating runner-up Ralphie May to win Season 1 of Last Comic Standing.

  • Wat Phan Lao

    Wat Phan Lao (Thai: วัดพันเลา) is a ruined 16th century temple in the Wiang Kum Kam archaeological area near Chiang Mai in northern Thailand.

  • Save Dat Money

    Save Dat Money

    "Save Dat Money" (stylized as $ave Dat Money), is a song by American hip hop recording artist Lil Dicky from his debut studio album Professional Rapper . It was released on June 10, 2015 as the album's first single. It was produced by Money Alwayz and features guest appearances by Fetty Wap and Rich Homie Quan. It peaked at number 71 on the Billboard Hot 100.

  • Dat Sexy Body

    Dat Sexy Body

    "Dat Sexy Body" is a song recorded by Jamaican deejay Sasha. It was released in 1998, however didn't gain chart success until five years after its release. The song was composed by Sasha and Anthony Kelly who also handled production of the song under his stage name Tony "CD" Kelly. The song itself is recorded over a variation of the bookshelf riddim. A music video for the song was also filmed. Two officials remixes, one with reggaeton performer Ivy Queen and another with Fatman Scoop was also recorded and released in 2004. In 2016, the song was sampled in Zara Larsson's song "I Would Like " and in 2017, the song was sampled in Pitbull and Jennifer Lopez's song "Sexy Body ".

  • DAT (chemotherapy)

    DAT in the context of chemotherapy is an acronym that means a chemotherapy regimen most often used as an induction regimen in acute myelogenous leukemia, usually for those who are refractory to the standard "7+3 " induction regimen or who has relapsed. But this regimen also can be used as primary, first-line induction therapy.

  • Rebirth Of Slick (Cool Like Dat)

  • DAT Politics

    DAT politics is a French electronic band created in 1999. Their energetic live shows explain the cult like enthusiasm that surrounds the French electronic combo as they’ve been touring the world extensively over the years. The two founders members (also known as Tone Rec and Skipp ) are also involved in visuals and graphic design which leads them to create their own records covers, websites, T-shirts, videos etc. The music of the duo is often classified under the electropop genre and described as catchy, melodic and eminently danceable. For 10 years, they 've been influential for a lot of young electronic composers worldwide. Since 2002, their music is host by the glamorous electronic rock label Chicks On Speed. They collaborated and played with the main electronic experimental acts such as Matmos, Mouse On Mars, Dan Deacon, Black Dice, Aphex Twin, Squarepusher, Goodiepal, Pan Sonic, Felix Kubin, scratch pet land, Kid 606… They played at numerous techno parties and festivals all over the world such as Warp Electrowerk in England, Sonar Night, Baltimore in USA, Dour Festival in Belgium or Donau Festival in Austria. They appeared on many compilations, including iTunes Essentials, alongside French Touch 2.0 artists like Mr Oizo, Daft Punk and Kavinsky. They remixed a bunch of international electronic producers and most recently Yacht on the New York label DFA.

  • Who Dat (J. Cole song)

    Who Dat (J. Cole song)

    "Who Dat" is a song by the American hip hop recording artist J. Cole. It was released as a single in the United States on May 31, 2010. Despite initially being meant to be the lead single from Cole's first album Cole World: The Sideline Story (2011), "Who Dat" was ultimately cut from the album's standard track listing. It does, however, appear as a bonus track on the iTunes edition of the album.

  • Dat So La Lee House

    The Dat So La Lee House, which is located at 331 W. Proctor St. in Carson City, Nevada, is a historic house that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was a home of Dat So La Lee (ca. 1845/1855–1925), a woman who also was known as Louisa Keyser, who was a well-known Washoe Indian basket weaver. The house, also known as the Louisa Keyser House, was listed on the National Register in 1994.

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