Definitions for "3"
LP by metal band Soulfly released in 2002 through Roadrunner Records. The album's title is actually (aum), as shown on the artwork, but it is often referred to as 3 (particularly in text) as it is simpler to read, write and type and can be represented in almost any font.
G operator in Hong Kong, Europe (containing majority of operations) and Australia, owned by Hutchison Whampoa, a well-known Hong Kong company. Hutchison Whampoa, through its subsidiaries and associated companies, holds 3 G licences in Australia, Austria, Denmark, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Sweden, the United Kingdom and markets its services under the global brand 3. As of August 2006, registered 3 customers worldwide numbered more than 13.5 million. 3 aggressively markets new handsets and services and launches many new products each year, lately focussing on Mobile TV related services.
Violent Femmes, released in early 1989. There are two theories held by fans of the band regarding the record's title: Perhaps, after the dismal reception of their actual third album, they wanted this record to be publicly perceived as their third. More likely, after all of the various guest musicians, horns, etc. that cluttered 1986's The Blind Leading The Naked, the band wanted to emphasize its roots as a threesome.
Keywords:  emerson, keith, palmer, carl, robert
Keith Emerson and Carl Palmer (of Emerson, Lake & Palmer) and Robert Berry in 1988.
The X-Files science-fiction television series created by Chris Carter.
Keywords:  cardinal, sum, number, one
the cardinal number that is the sum of one and one and one
one more than two; denoting a quantity consisting of three items or units; -- representing the number three as an Arabic numeral
This article discusses the number three. For the year AD 3, see 3.
Keywords:  two, one
being one more than two