No-no

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No-no, No-No or no-no may refer to:

  • No-hitter, also called a no-no, a baseball game in which a team was not able to record a single hit
  • Elastic No-No Band, a musical group based in New York City's anti-folk scene, active from 2004–2011
  • Judy's Little No-No, a 1969 crime film about a go-go dancer who is targeted by gangsters after coming into possession of a priceless jewel
  • No-No Boy (play), a play written by Ken Narasaki adapted from the novel of the same title by John Okada
  • No-No Boy, a novel by John Okada about a Japanese-American set in 1946 in Seattle, Washington
  • Noo-Noo, a character in the television series Teletubbies
  • No-no, baby talk used when talking to a young child, meaning something bad or dangerous; i.e. "a big no-no".
  • "No No", a song by Westlife from Westlife

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