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When they first hit the scene in 1994, the ``Friends'' sextet of Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry and David Schwimmer were all in their mid 20s to early 30s.
AirAsia's no-frills flights hit the scene last year just as MAS won government approval to hike its domestic air fares by up to 51.
WE BELIEVE THIS IS THE MOST INNOVATIVE DISPLAY TO HIT THE SCENE IN A LONG TIME.
The following year O'Reilly hit the scene along with a host of young guns like Darren Fay, Donal Curtis, Barry Callaghan and Paddy Reynolds too.
The current Winning Points program is an evolution of the original POINTS plan which the company describes as having "revolutionized dieting" when it hit the scene in the fall of 1997.
CHRYSLER'S gangster-inspired PT Cruiser hit the scene like a burst of gunfire from Al Capone.
Jonathan Williams hit the scene half a century ago when he arrived at Black Mountain College to study photography but left as a poet after falling under the spell of Charles Olson.
com founder Wenceslao Casares peering from its cover, America-Economla's Internet magazine in Portuguese and Spanish hit the scene in April.
Like most serious 1911 fans, I was very much anti-DA pistols when the first wave of Wondernines hit the scene.
At least that's how it was three years ago before the All Jokes Aside comedy club hit the scene.
Soon after cars, boats, and airplanes were invented, motion sickness hit the scene.