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  3. "We Are!" is a song by Hiroshi Kitadani, composed by Kohei Tanaka with lyrics by Shōko Fujibayashi. It was used as the first opening for the One Piece television anime, accompanying most of the episodes comprising the East Blue Saga. As a result, it became a sort of shorthand for the Straw Hat Album/Single: We Are! (ウィーアー!).
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  5. We Are What We Areis a American horror filmdirected by Jim Mickleand starring Bill Sage, Julia Garner, Ambyr Childers, and Kelly McGillis. It was screened at the Sundance Film Festivaland in the Directors' Fortnightsection at the Cannes Film Festival. It .
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  7. "We Are!" is a song by Hiroshi Kitadani, composed by Kohei Tanaka with lyrics by Shōko Fujibayashi. It was used as the first opening for the One Piece television anime, accompanying most of the episodes comprising the East Blue Saga. As a result, it became a sort of shorthand for the Straw Hat Album/Single: We Are! (ウィーアー!).
  8. Where are we? However, if the phrase is used as a clause at the end of a question, one would say: Does anybody know where we are? As for your two statements, either wording can be correct, depending on how you use punctuation: I want to know, "Where in the hell are we?" I want to know where in the hell we are!

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