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  1. Definition of be on to (something) in the Idioms Dictionary. be on to (something) phrase. What does be on to (something) expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary.
  2. Something/Anything? has a ton of loose ends throughout: plenty of studio tricks, slight songs (but no filler), snippets of dialogue, and purposely botched beginnings, but all these throwaways simply add context -- they're what makes the album into a kaleidoscopic odyssey through the mind of an insanely gifted pop music obsessive/
  3. "Something" is a song by the Beatles, featured on their album Abbey Road. It was released that same year as a double A-sided single with another track from the album, "Come Together". "Something" was the first Beatles song written by lead guitarist George Harrison to appear as an A-side, and the only song written by him to top the US charts while he was in the band.A-side: "Come Together".
  4. You use something to refer to an object, situation, etc without saying exactly what it is. I saw something in the shadows. There's something strange about her.
  5. Directed by Andrew V. McLaglen. With Dean Martin, Brian Keith, Carol White, Honor Blackman. A man kidnaps the wife of a cavalry commander in order to exchange her for a .
  6. an object, situation, quality, or action that is not exactly known or stated: There's something sharp in my shoe. Something in the cupboard smells weird. We thought there was something wrong because we .
  7. The Something might be able to produce Something Else that is like It in some ways, but -- no matter what -- Something Else will always be unlike It in other ways. The Eternal Something will always be greater with respect to time and power. Thus, the Eternal Something cannot produce an exact equal to Itself. It alone has always existed.

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