Def Jam released a promo release on the CD in the cardboard sleeve "Shut 'Em Down (Exclusive Advance)" in February 1998. The contents of this CD differed significantly from the final version of the album: "Broke Willies" was originally called "Stones", "Rob & Vic" was originally called "Love Of Money" (and had a completely different beat), the song "I Don't Wanna Die" was later removed (since R. Kelly did not give permission for using his chorus), there was a X1's verse in the song "Ghetto Starz", "Overshine" was not a hidden track, in the song "Black Dust" the line from the verse of Sonny Seeza was cut, "The Worst" was named "Onyx vs. Wu-Tang". In addition, the original cover of the album was too similar to the cover of the album "All We Got Iz Us" and the members of Onyx thought that people could get confused, so they changed it
Shut may refer to:
An alternative modern spoken usage is to express disbelief, or even amazement. When this (politer) usage is intended, the phrase is uttered with mild inflexion to express surprise. The phrase is also used in an ironic fashion, when the person demanding the action simultaneously demands that the subject of the command speak, as in "shut up and answer the question". The usage of this phrase for comedic effect traces at least as far back as the 1870s, where the title character of a short farce titled "Piperman's Predicaments" is commanded to "Shut up; and answer plainly". Another seemingly discordant use, tracing back to the 1920s, is the phrase "shut up and kiss me", which typically expresses both impatience and affection.
Sudou, a young man who is plagued with recurring vivid dreams of bloody ancient battles, is approached by Suzuki, a shy and quiet girl. When Suzuki visits Sudou's apartment, she plays an instrument he made, which transports Sudou to the year 1209. He awakes to find he is now a woman nicknamed Shut Hell (悪霊, furigana: Akuryō, lit. "Evil Spirit") and Suzuki a Mongol prince named Yurul.
Vyacheslav Ivanovich Shut (Вячеслав Иванович Шуть; born May 19, 1992) is a Russian football goalkeeper who last played for FC Mashuk-KMV Pyatigorsk.
A similar phrase in Spanish, ¿Por qué no te callas? ("Why don't you shut up?"), was said by King Juan Carlos I of Spain to Venezuelan president Hugo Chávez, in response to repeated interruptions by Chávez at a 2007 diplomatic conference. The blunt comment from one head of state to another surprised many, and received "general applause" from the audience.
Yana Shut started her career in 2005 at pool tournament in Belarus and won her first tournament in 2006, when she was only 9 years old. In 2012 Yana was representing her country at European Yuth Pool Championship.
In 2017 Yana Shut competed in the 2017 EBSA European Snooker Championships but lost in semi-final round to Anna Prisjaznuka 4–2. In this year Yana played the 2017 EBSA European Team Snooker Championships where in team with Albina Liashchuk they lost in semi-final to team Belgium. In 2018 she reached the semi-final in the EBSA European Snooker Championships and lost to Cathy Dehaene.
A dysphemism, shut the front door, was used often by Stacy London of TLC's What Not to Wear during the U.S. show's run from 2003–13. It was also used in an Oreo commercial on American TV in 2011, prompting some parents to object.
In 2013 Yana started to play snooker and in June 2013 she competed in the 2013 EBSA European Snooker Championships but lost in the quarter-final round to eventually winner Wendy Jans. The following year, Yana played in the WLBSA Ladies World Under-21 Championship where she would go on to face defending champion Hannah Jones in a thrilling final. Jones however was successful retaining the championship, defeating Yana Shut 3–1. In 2014 Yana Shut played and won WLBSA World Snooker Mixed Doubles Championship in team with professional player Ben Woollaston. In October 2015, Yana Shut entered the 2015 IBSF World Under-18 Snooker Championship as the number four seed, she managed to advance to the final where she defeated Anastasija Singurindi 3–0 to win the inaugural championship.
Painted Shut is the third studio album by American indie rock band Hop Along. It was co-produced, recorded and mixed by John Agnello in Philadelphia and Brooklyn, and released on May 4, 2015.
However, Shakespeare's use of the phrase in King Lear is limited to a reference to the shutting of doors at the end of Scene II, with the characters of Regan and Cornwall both advising the King, "Shut up your doors". The earlier meaning of the phrase, to close something, is widely used in Little Dorrit, but is used in one instance in a manner which foreshadows the modern usage:
In 2018 Yana Shut won the women's 10-Ball division of the European Pool Championships by beating Jasmin Ouschan 6–2 in final.
Shut Eye is an American drama web television series created by Leslie Bohem, airing on the streaming service Hulu. It was given a straight-to-series 10-episode order. All ten episodes became available on December 7, 2016. A second season was ordered on March 20, 2017 which was released on December 6, 2017. The series originally was led by David Hudgins as showrunner during season one before he was replaced by John Shiban for season two. On January 30, 2018, the series was canceled after two seasons.
"Shut up" is a direct command with a meaning very similar to "be quiet", but which is commonly perceived as a more forceful command to stop making noise or otherwise communicating, such as talking. The phrase is probably a shortened form of "shut up your mouth" or "shut your mouth up". Its use is generally considered rude and impolite, and may also considered a form of profanity by some.
Shut Hell (シュトヘル), also known as Akuryou - Shut Hell (悪霊シュトヘル), is a Japanese Seinen manga written and illustrated by Yu Itō and serialized in Shogakukan's Big Comic Spirits. It won Itō the New Artist Prize at the 2012 Tezuka Osamu Cultural Prize Awards. The final chapter was published on March 27, 2017.
Before the twentieth century, the phrase "shut up" was rarely used as an imperative, and had a different meaning altogether. To say that someone was "shut up" meant that they were locked up, quarantined, or held prisoner. For example, several passages in the King James Version of the Bible instruct that if a priest determines that a person shows certain symptoms of illness, "then the priest shall shut up him that hath the plague of the scall seven days". This meaning was also used in the sense of closing something, such as a business, and it is also from this use that the longer phrase "shut up your mouth" likely originated.
One 1888 source identifies the phrase by its similarity to Shakespeare's use in Much Ado About Nothing of "the Spanish phrase poeat palabrât, 'few words,' which is said to be pretty well the equivalent of our slang phrase 'shut up'". The usage by Rudyard Kipling appears in his poem "The Young British Soldier", published in 1892, told in the voice of a seasoned military veteran who says to the fresh troops, "Now all you recruities what's drafted to-day,/You shut up your rag-box an' 'ark to my lay".
In another instance in that work, the phrase "shut it up" is used to indicate the resolution of a matter:
Yana Shut (born 29 July 1997 in Minsk, Belarus) is a Belarusian snooker and pool player. She is the first IBSF Under-18 World Snooker Champion and also WLBSA World Snooker Mixed Doubles Champion. In 2018 she became European Champion in 10-Ball.