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oh yeah

Used as interjection to indicate that one has just remembered or thought of something. Oh yeah, that's what I wanted to ask you: where did you get that suit? A: "And then you just restart the computer to finish installing the software." B: "Oh yeah, duh, I knew that."
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FRIDAY BELFAST ANTO AND THE ECHOES, VOKXEN, LES PANTALONS It's a sound of Belfast 2017 Showcase at the Oh Yeah Centre in the heart of the city.
Told from Gemma's perspective over the course of twenty-four hours, Oh Yeah, Audrey does an excellent job of relating her introspection and understanding of herself and others.
Oh Yeah Wow made the video for Clubfeet's "Everything You Wanted," which won a Triple J award for Australian Music Video of the Year in 2013.
Oh yeah, Mr Berwyn, I'll rip you any sesh, any time, anywhere.
The dance king was playing Glasgow's ABC venue for a charity night in aid of Project Scotland when he dropped in a mix of the famous Oh Yeah song from the Irn-Bru TV ad.
And, oh yeah, Maggie Cheung [In the Mood for Love], because she is one of the most beautiful women ever.
l THE Oh Yeah website is holding an awards ceremony in Belfast's Empire Music Hall on June 15.
Oh Yeah, run by NME/Hot Press scribe Stuart Bailie, is inviting votes for its 1999 Northern Ireland Music Awards.
Sound Of Belfast 2017 started last night but if you missed Leah McFall's gig at the Oh Yeah Music Centre or the Gifted night at the Empire Music Hall, fear not - there are nine more days of incredible events to catch.
Oh yeah, make sure to buy either black, red, or florescent green.
It's largely to do with the Oh Yeah Centre in Belfast city centre, the Nerve Centre in Derry, some people of vision in the general Limavady area and loads of devoted people putting their smarts into festivals and events all over the land.
So it was up to Benny boy to field questions and queries about their relationship, marriage plans and, oh yeah, the movie.
Representatives from the Musicians' Union and the British Council will speak at the gathering at the Oh Yeah Music Centre in central Belfast on Thursday.
The programme is coordinated by the Oh Yeah Music Centre - Belfast's dedicated music hub, where much of the activity will take place.