COTW

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AcronymDefinition
COTWClip of The Week
COTWCoalition of the Willing
COTWCat on the Wall
COTWCase of the Week
COTWConcept of the Week (various organizations)
COTWCommittee of the Whole (legislation)
COTWCreation of the Week
COTWChurch of the Week (various locations)
COTWCall of the Wild
COTWCovenant of the Witches
COTWCringe of the Week
COTWCatch of the Week
COTWCollaboration of the Week (Wikimedia Foundation)
COTWComposer of the Week (British Broadcasting Corporation Radio 3 Program)
COTWCastle of the Winds (role playing game)
COTWCars on the Web (remarketing company)
COTWCitizens of the World
COTWClub of the Waves (surf website)
COTWCow of the Wild (online animated series)
COTWCourts of the World (basketball website)
COTWCenter of the World
COTWColors of the Wind (Disney song)
COTWCousins of the Wize (band)
COTWCrush of the Week (also seen as COW)
COTWCall of The Warlords (game)
COTWContest of the Week
COTWCheerleader of the Week
COTWConflict Other Than War
COTWCreature of the Week (website)
COTWClans of the Waterfalls (role-playing)
COTWChurch on the Web
COTWCamp of the Woods Ministries, Inc (Chattanooga, TN)
COTWChuck on the Web (personal website)
COTWCurse of the Wookie (Star Wars)
COTWCourage of the Wolves (game)
References in periodicals archive ?
Aside from the "A Whole New World," Menken also composed other popular Disney Songs such as "Go the Distance" from Hercules, "Part of Your World" from The Little Mermaid, "Colors of the Wind" from Pocahontas, and "I See the Light" from Tangled.
Team Gleb: Mackenzie Ziegler and Sage Rosen will dance to "Colors of the Wind" from "Pocahontas."
"COLORS OF THE WIND" Music by Alan Menken Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz Arranged by Danny Troob [c] 1995 Wonderland Music Company, Inc.
Colors of the Wind is a picturebook about the life of George Mendoza.
Here the Singers' strong phrasing and rich tonal balances created some haunting moments in "A Whole New World" and "Colors of the Wind" - music that, divorced from the action of a film, can take on a life of its own.
VINCENT VAN GOGH AND THE COLORS OF THE WIND (2011; $18.99), by Chiara Lossani, illustrated by Octavia Monaco.
Chiara Lossani (author), Octavia Monaco (illustrator); VINCENT VAN GOGH AND THE COLORS OF THE WIND; Eerdmans Books for Young Readers (Children's: Picture Books) $18.99 ISBN: 9780802853905
It would take some 60 years for the Disney artists to begin painting their leading ladies with all the colors of the wind, including the American Indian Pocahontas (1995), the Chinese Mulan (1998) and the Hawaiian Lilo (2002).
11) 1995 "Colors of the Wind" from "Pocahontas" (back to Menkin for a fourth ooby prize)
But she sang "Colors of the Wind" and has been performing ever since.
A book about the film published by Disney explains that in "Colors of the Wind," the song sung by Pocahontas in the film, the Indian "voices her philosophy and her spirituality in a celebration of the world's ordinary miracles, its natural wonders--the very wonders that so-called 'civilized people' may at times take for granted or view only as a means to profit and exploitation."
The recording is a delight throughout, but special mention must be made of Laura Benanti's ebullient "Beautiful City"/"Day By Day" (Godspell), Kristin Chenoweth's wistful "Lion Tamer" (The Magic Show), Sara Ramirez's impassioned "Colors of the Wind" (the Disney film Pocahontas) and Emily Skinner's lovely, delicate "Chanson" (The Baker's Wife).