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Mistle Thrush
The Mistle Thrush is a member of the thrush family Turdidae.It is found in open woods and cultivated land over all of Europe and much of Asia

Mistletoe is the common name for obligate hemi-parasitic plants in several families in the order Santalales. The plants in question grow attached to and within the branches of a tree or shrub.-Mistletoe in the genus Viscum:

Mistletoe (album)
Mistletoe is a comedy album by The Bob and Tom Show, which was first released in December 2003. It is a single disc CD which represents original material recorded during their syndicated, daily radio show and other studio numbers which had not been previously presented on air.-Track Listings:

Mistletoe (song)
"Mistletoe" is a Christmas song performed by Colbie Caillat and written by friend and former manager Stacy Blue along with Caillat.-Release:

Mistral commonly refers to the Mistral in southern France and SardiniaMistral may also refer to:* Mistral, various ships of the French Navy, including:** Mistral class amphibious assault ship of the French Navy

Mistreat (disambiguation)
Mistreat and similar may refer to:*"to mistreat", to abuse*Finnish RAC band Mistreat*"Mistreated", a song by Deep Purple from their 1974 album Burn**Covered by Yngwie J

Mistress may refer to:* Mistress , a woman, other than the spouse, with whom a married individual has a continuing sexual relationship* Schoolmistress, or female school teacher

Mistress (film)
Mistress is a 1992 comedy-drama film starring Robert de Niro, Danny Aiello, Eli Wallach, Robert Wuhl and Martin Landau. It was written by Barry Primus and J.F

Mistresses (TV series)
Mistresses is a British serial drama television programme that follows the lives of four female friends and their involvement in an array of illicit and complex relationships

Mistrust means "to doubt, to lack confidence in". It does not necessarily imply any serious suspicion of malice or bad faith.This can happen in everyday life in situations where the parties otherwise trust each other, but find themselves questioning that trust

Misty may refer to:* Misty , a United States satellite program* Misty , a British comic published from 1978 to 1984* Misty , a 1961 adaptation of the book Misty of Chincoteague by Marguerite Henry

Misty (comics)
Misty was a British comic for girls published by Fleetway in London from 4th Feb 1978 until 1984, after merging with Tammy on 19 January 1980. It consisted of a collection of many small strips, with the stories themselves normally being three or four pages long

Misunderstand is to understand incorrectly, while thinking to have understood correctly.It may also refer to the following:*Misunderstanding , various*Misunderstood , various

Misunderstanding may refer to:* A mistaken or incorrect understanding*Misunderstanding *Misunderstanding *"Misunderstandings", an episode of As Time Goes By

Misunderstanding (Al B. Sure! song)
"Missunderstanding" is the title of a number-one R&B single by Al B. Sure!. Taken from Sure!'s second album, Private Times...and the Whole 9!, the hit song spent one week at number-one on the US R&B chart and peaked at number forty-two on the Hot 100.

Misunderstanding (Genesis song)
"Misunderstanding" is a song by British band Genesis, released on their 1980 album Duke. It reached number 14 in the US and number 42 in the UK.-History:

Misunderstood may refer to:In music:* The Misunderstood, a 1960s American psychedelic rock band* "Misunderstood" * "Misunderstood" * "Misunderstood"

Misunderstood (Bon Jovi song)
"Misunderstood" is a single by American rock band Bon Jovi, released in 2002. It is from the album Bounce.The song was featured on the 2003 Brazilian soap opera Mulheres Apaixonadas as a theme of the love couple

Misunderstood (Mötley Crüe song)
"Misunderstood" is a song by the American heavy metal band Mötley Crüe, released on their 1994 eponymous album. The lyrics were written by vocalist/guitarist John Corabi and bassist Nikki Sixx, while the music was written by Corabi, Sixx, drummer Tommy Lee and guitarist Mick Mars

MITA stands for the "Medicaid Information Technology Architecture". MITA is an initiative of the United States Center for Medicaid & State Operations intended to foster integrated business and IT transformation across the Medicaid enterprise to improve the administration of the Medicaid program

Mitchell may refer to:* B-25 Mitchell, an American World War II-era bomber aircraft* Billy Mitchell Award, a Civil Air Patrol Cadet Program award* Mitchell , an automobile built in Racine, Wisconsin from 1903-1923

Mitchell (UK Parliament constituency)
Mitchell, or St Michael was a rotten borough consisting of the town of Mitchell, Cornwall. From the first Parliament of Edward VI, in 1547, it elected two members to the Unreformed House of Commons.-History:The borough encompassed parts of two parishes, Newlyn East and St Enoder

MITES, or Minority Introduction to Engineering and Science, is a highly selective six-week summer program for rising high school seniors held at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Its purpose is to expose students from minority, or otherwise disadvantaged backgrounds, to the fields of science and engineering

Mithqal is a unit of mass equal to 4.25 grams and mostly used for precious metals, The Gold Dinar is equal to 1 Mithqal.-Conversion factors:-Usage of the Mithqal:

The Mithraic Mysteries were a mystery religion practised in the Roman Empire from about the 1st to 4th centuries AD. The name of the Persian god Mithra, adapted into Greek as Mithras, was linked to a new and distinctive imagery

Mithras (disambiguation)
Mithras may refer to:*Mithras, hero of a mystery cult of Late Antiquity* "Mithras" was one of the proposed names of the McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II.

Mitică is a fictional character who appears in several sketch stories by Romanian writer Ion Luca Caragiale, and whose name is a common hypocoristic form of Dumitru or Dimitrie

Mitigation may refer to:* mitigation of global warming in climate science* environmental mitigation in public administration; also, in particular:** Mitigation banking** The Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000

Mito can refer to:a person*Anji Mito, a fictional character from the video game Guilty Geara place name:*Mito, Ibaraki, a Japanese city*Mito, Aichi, a Japanese town*Mito, Shimane, a Japanese town*Mitō, Yamaguchi, a Japanese town

In cell biology, a mitochondrion is a membrane-enclosed organelle found in most eukaryotic cells. These organelles range from 0.5 to 1.0 micrometers in diameter

Mitosis is the process by which a eukaryotic cell separates the chromosomes in its cell nucleus into two identical sets, in two separate nuclei. It is generally followed immediately by cytokinesis, which divides the nuclei, cytoplasm, organelles and cell membrane into two cells containing roughly equal shares of these cellular components

Mitosis (disambiguation)
Mitosis can mean:*The process by which a cell separates its duplicated genome into two identical halves.Mitosis is the name of one thing:*Mitosis - an alias of Australian happy hardcore producer Sam Gonzalez.

Mitra (genus)
Mitra is a large genus of medium to large predatory sea snails, marine gastropod mollusks in the family Mitridae, the miter shells or miter snails.

The Mitre Corporation is a not-for-profit organization based in Bedford, Massachusetts and McLean, Virginia

The mitre , also spelled miter, is a type of headwear now known as the traditional, ceremonial head-dress of bishops and certain abbots in the Roman Catholic Church, as well as in the Anglican Communion, some Lutheran churches, and also bishops and certain other clergy in the Eastern Orthodox churches, Eastern Catholic Churches and the Oriental Orthodox

MITS (Museum Institute for Teaching Science)
The Museum Institute for Teaching Science , based in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, and founded in 1983, provides resources to K-8 school teachers of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

Mitt can refer to:*a woman's glove that extends over the hand but does not cover the fingers*mitten, glove that does not have separate fingers*one of two types of baseball glove worn by a catcher or first baseman*abbreviation for Military transition team

"Mittendrin" is the soundrack to Mitten im 8en, the Austrian Daily Soap and sung by Mondscheiner.The Austrian contemporary R&B-singer, Nadine should have sung this song, but the ORF decided to make a short contest between the bands Seesaw, Shiver, SheSays and Mondscheiner. Mondscheiner won this contest. In an interview they said that they want to re-release the album for this song.

Mitu (bird)
Mitu is a genus of curassows, large birds in the family Cracidae. They are found in humid tropical forests in South America. Their plumage is iridescent black with a white or rufous crissum and tail-tip, and their legs and bills are red

Mitumba (clothing)
Mitumba is a Swahili term, literally meaning "bundles", used to refer to plastic-wrapped packages of used clothing donated by people in wealthy countries. The term is also applied to the clothing that arrives in these bundles.

The primary meaning of the Hebrew word refers to precepts and commandments as commanded by God

Mix, mixes, mixture or mixing may refer to:-Science and mathematics:* Crossbreeding, also called mixing, a genetic concept* Mixing , a concept in ergodic theory

Mix (magazine)
Mix magazine is a periodical billing itself as "the world's leading magazine for the professional recording and sound production technology industry". The magazine is distributed in 94 countries.

MIX (Microsoft)
MIX is a Microsoft conference held annually for web developers and designers at which Microsoft showcases upcoming web technologies. The conference is held each spring at the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas

Mix (Stellar\* album)
Mix is the debut studio album by New Zealand Pop rock band Stellar*, released by Sony BMG on 29 July 1999. The album debuted at #2 on the RIANZ albums chart, and after seven weeks within the top 10 would finally reach the #1 position. The album would spend a whole 18 weeks within the top 10 on the charts

Mix Up
Mix-up is Triple J's long-running Saturday night dance music show. The program started out as a 3 hour show, but when it returned in 2007 it expanded into a 4 hour program.

Mix-Up is a 1979 album by the British electronic band Cabaret Voltaire. The album contains a cover of The Seeds' song "No Escape".-Track listing:All tracks composed by Cabaret Voltaire; except where indicated#"Kirlian Photograph" – 5:52

Mixed is the past tense of mix. It may also refer to:*Mixed breed, an animal whose parents are from different breeds or species*Mixed anomaly, in theoretical physics, an example of an anomaly*Mixed data sampling, an econometric model developed by Ghysels

Mixed Bag
Mixed Bag is a 1967 album by Richie Havens. Although often mistaken as his debut, this was actually Havens's third record. It followed two earlier, lesser-known releases on Douglas Records

Mixed Doubles
Mixed Doubles may refer to:* Mixed curling* Mixed doubles * Badminton#Mixed doubles* Mixed Doubles , a 1969 British play* "Mixed Doubles" , an episode of the American television comedy series Frasier

Mixed drink
A mixed drink is a beverage in which two or more ingredients are mixed. Some mixed drinks are alcoholic beverages that contain liquor; others are non-alcoholic.-Types:Some popular types of mixed drinks are:

Mixed marriage
The term mixed marriage originated in Roman Catholicism, where it refers to a marriage between a Catholic and a non-Catholic. It may refer to:* Intermarriage**Cultural exogamy**Cultural assimilation* Interracial marriage

Mixer may refer to:An electronics device:* DJ mixer, a type of audio mixing console used by disc jockeys* Electronic mixer, a device for adding or multiplying signal voltages together

Mizar (star)
The Mizar–Alcor stellar sextuple system consists of the quadruple system Mizar and the binary system Alcor.- Description :Mizar is a quadruple system of two binary stars in the constellation Ursa Major and is the second star from the end of the Big Dipper's handle. Its apparent magnitude is 2.23 and its spectral class is A1V

ml may refer to:* millilitre , a thousandth of a litre — not to be mixed up with millilambert* Malayalam language ISO 639-1 code* Mali, ISO 3166-1 country code

MLI is a three letter abbreviation with several possible meanings:*Maratha Light Infantry, a regiment of the Indian Army, also known as Ganpats.*The IATA airport code for Quad City International Airport in Moline, Illinois, United States.

MLX may refer to:*MLX , a human gene encoding max-like protein X*MLX , software for entering binary data from magazines*Multi-line extension telephone, a digital telephone used with a popular series of PBX system*Roman numeral for 1060

MLX (gene)
Max-like protein X is a protein that in humans is encoded by the MLX gene.-Interactions:MLX has been shown to interact with MNT, MXD1 and MLXIPL.

-Computers:* .mm, the Myanmar's Internet country code top-level domain* mm tree, the Andrew Morton's Linux kernel tree* Columbia MM, an early e-mail client* MediaMonkey, a digital media player and media library application-File extension :

MMHS can refer to several things:*Maple Mountain High School*Morton Memorial Schools at the Indiana Soldiers' and Sailors' Children's Home*Military Message Handling System*Mira Mesa Senior High School

MMPI may refer to:*Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory, one of the most frequently used personality tests in mental health*Matrix metalloproteinase inhibitor, inhibits cell migration and has antiangiogenic effects

MN may stand for:* Monaghan Irish Registration code* Minnesota United States postal abbreviation* Manhattan* Mongolia ISO 3166-1 country code* Monaco FIPS 10-4 country code* Min , an ancient Egyptian deity* Amun, an ancient Egyptian deity* Amen

Mnemonic (band)
Mnemonic is an alternative rock band, formed as Mnemonic Groove in "Singapore" in 1997 and now based in London, England.The band formed as a result of impromptu jam sessions and quickly released their debut album on the Angel J

Mnemonic (disambiguation)
A mnemonic is a memory aide.Mnemonic may also refer to:* Mnemonic , a rock band currently based in London, UK* Mnemonics, a short story written by Kurt Vonnegut* Mnemonics , a 2005 album by Alan Banks

Mnemosyne , source of the word mnemonic, was the personification of memory in Greek mythology. This titaness was the daughter of Gaia and Uranus and the mother of the nine Muses by Zeus:* Calliope * Clio * Erato

T cell
T cells or T lymphocytes belong to a group of white blood cells known as lymphocytes, and play a central role in cell-mediated immunity. They can be distinguished from other lymphocytes, such as B cells and natural killer cells , by the presence of a T cell receptor on the cell surface. They are called T cells because they mature in the thymus

The Soviet T-28 was among the world's first medium tanks. The prototype was completed in 1931 and production began in late 1932. It was an infantry-support tank intended to break through fortified defences

T-28 Trojan
The North American Aviation T-28 Trojan is a piston-engined military trainer aircraft used by the United States Air Force and United States Navy beginning in the 1950s

T-33 Shooting Star
The Lockheed T-33 Shooting Star is an American-built jet trainer aircraft. It was produced by Lockheed and made its first flight in 1948, piloted by Tony LeVier. The T-33 was developed from the Lockheed P-80/F-80 starting as TP-80C/TF-80C in development, then designated T-33A. It was used by the U.S. Navy initially as TO-2 then TV-2, and after 1962, T-33B

T-45 Goshawk
|-Avionics:Data from *Smiths Industries, Ltd. AN/USN-2 Standard Attitude Heading and Reference System . Later replaced by the BAE/Marconi AN/ASN-180 Navigation Guidance System .

The T-54 and T-55 tanks were a series of main battle tanks designed in the Soviet Union. The first T-54 prototype appeared in March 1945, just before the end of the Second World War. The T-54 entered full production in 1947 and became the main tank for armored units of the Soviet Army, armies of the Warsaw Pact countries, and others

T-6 Texan II
The Beechcraft T-6 Texan II is a single-engined turboprop aircraft built by the Raytheon Aircraft Company . Based on the Pilatus PC-9, the T-6 is used by the United States Air Force for basic pilot training and by the United States Navy for Primary and Intermediate Joint Naval Flight Officer and Air Force Combat Systems Officer training

"The Terminator" refers to a number of fictional characters portrayed by Arnold Schwarzenegger – a cyborg, initially portrayed as a programmable assassin and military infiltration unit

The T-90 is a Russian third-generation main battle tank that is a modernisation of the T-72 . It is currently the most modern tank in service with the Russian Ground Forces and Naval Infantry

T-bone steak
The T-bone and Porterhouse are steaks of beef cut from the short loin and including a T-shaped bone with meat on each side: the larger is a strip steak and the smaller a tenderloin steak

A T-bucket is a specific style of hot rod car, based on a Ford Model T, but extensively modified, or alternatively built with replica components to resemble a Model T.

T-Rex (automobile)
Campagna T-Rex is a two-seat, three-wheeled cyclecar created by Campagna Corporation located in Quebec, Canada. It has a 1.4 L, straight-four engine. Although classified as a motorcycle, the interior can accommodate the driver and passenger seated side-by-side, with adjustable seat backs, foot-pedal box, and three-point retractable safety belts

T. E. Lawrence
Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Edward Lawrence, CB, DSO , known professionally as T. E. Lawrence, was a British Army officer renowned especially for his liaison role during the Arab Revolt against Ottoman Turkish rule of 1916–18

T. Graham Brown
Anthony "T." Graham Brown is an American country music artist. Active since 1986, Brown has recorded a total of thirteen studio albums, and has charted more than twenty singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts

T. H. Rogers School
Thomas Horace Rogers School is an alternative primary and secondary public school and part of the Houston Independent School District. The school is at 5840 San Felipe in Houston, Texas, United States, outside of the 610 Loop and inside Beltway 8, west of Uptown Houston.T. H

T. H. White
Terence Hanbury White was an English author best known for his sequence of Arthurian novels, The Once and Future King, first published together in 1958.-Biography:

T. Rex (album)
T. Rex is an album by British rock band T. Rex, released in 1970. It was the first record under their abbreviated band name, following four albums as 'Tyrannosaurus Rex'.

T. S. Eliot
Thomas Stearns "T. S." Eliot OM was a playwright, literary critic, and arguably the most important English-language poet of the 20th century. Although he was born an American he moved to the United Kingdom in 1914 and was naturalised as a British subject in 1927 at age 39.The poem that made his name, The Love Song of J

T.J. Maxx
T.J. Maxx, sometimes referred to as TJ's or the Maxx, is an American department store chain owned by TJX Companies. With more than 900 stores T.J. Maxx is a major clothes retailer in the United States, whilst also operating stores in a number of other countries.-History:In 1976, T.J

T.K. Maxx
T.K. Maxx is a retailer with stores throughout the United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany and Poland. The company is part of the TJX Companies which also owns other 'off-price' retail chains such as T.J. Maxx and Marshalls in the United States and Winners in Canada

T9 (predictive text)
T9, which stands for Text on 9 keys, is a patented predictive text technology for mobile phones, originally developed by Tegic Communications, now part of Nuance Communications.

Ta moko
Tā moko is the permanent body and face marking by Māori, the indigenous people of New Zealand. Traditionally it is distinct from tattoo and tatau in that the skin was carved by rather than punctured

A taovala is a Tongan dress, a mat wrapped around the waist, worn by men and women, at all formal occasions, much like the tie for men in the European and North American culture

TAA Fokker Friendship disaster
The crash of Trans Australia Airlines Flight 538, also known as the TAA Fokker Friendship disaster, was the second largest loss of life in an Australian aircraft accident, with 29 deaths. It occurred on 10 June 1960 at Mackay, Queensland, Australia

Taal (film)
Taal is a 1999 Hindi film directed by Subhash Ghai. Taal was an official selection by Roger Ebert for his 2005 Overlooked Film Festival. The film stars Anil Kapoor, Akshaye Khanna, Aishwarya Rai, Amrish Puri and Alok Nath. It was also dubbed in Tamil as Thaalam

Taal Volcano
Taal Volcano is a complex volcano located on the island of Luzon in the Philippines. Historical eruptions are concentrated on Volcano Island, an island near the middle of Lake Taal. The lake partially fills Taal Caldera, which was formed by powerful prehistoric eruptions between 140,000 to 5,380 BP

Taal, Batangas
Taal is a 4th class municipality in the province of Batangas, Philippines. According to the latest census, it has a population of 51,459 people in 8,451 households.It is the Balisong and Barong Tagalog Capital of the Philippines

Taare Zameen Par
Taare Zameen Par is a 2007 Bollywood drama film directed by Aamir Khan, written by Amole Gupte, and produced by Aamir Khan Productions. Gupte initially developed the idea with his wife Deepa Bhatia, who served as the film's editor

Tab (soft drink)
Tab, stylized as TaB, is a diet cola soft drink produced by the Coca-Cola Company, first introduced in 1963. The soda was created by Coca Cola after the successful sales and marketing of Diet Rite cola, owned by The Royal Crown Company; previously, Diet Rite had been the only sugarless soda on the market

Taba (Egypt)
Taba is a small Egyptian town near the northern tip of the Gulf of Aqaba. Taba is the location of Egypt's busiest border crossing with neighboring Israel. Little more than a bus depot and a luxury hotel , Taba is a frequent vacation spot for Egyptians and tourists, especially those from Israel on their way to other destinations in Egypt or as a weekend getaway

Tabasco pepper
The tabasco pepper is a variety of chili pepper species Capsicum frutescens. It is best known through its use in Tabasco sauce, followed by peppered vinegar.

Tabasco sauce
Tabasco sauce is the brand name for a hot sauce produced by US-based McIlhenny Company of Avery Island, Louisiana. Tabasco sauce is made from tabasco peppers , vinegar, and salt, and aged in white oak barrels for three years. It has a hot, spicy flavor

Tabebuia rosea
Tabebuia rosea is a neotropical tree that grows up to and can reach a diameter at breast height of up to . The name Roble de Sabana is widely used in Costa Rica meaning "savannah oak" in Spanish, probably because it often remains in heavily deforested areas, where people prize its intense flowering periods and because of the resemblance of its wood with the oak wood The

Tabernaemontana is a genus of 100-110 species of flowering plants in the family Apocynaceae. It has a pan-tropical distribution. These plants are shrubs and small trees growing to 1-15 m tall. The leaves are evergreen, opposite, 3-25 cm long, with milky sap; hence it is one of the diverse plant genera commonly called "milkwood"

Table bridge
A table bridge is a moveable bridge in which the deck moves along the vertical axis. Hydraulic pillars under the bridge raise the bridge deck to allow barge traffic to pass beneath it. In contrast to a lift bridge, where the deck is pulled upwards along towers, the deck of a table bridge is pushed upwards by otherwise hidden pillars

Table football
Table football, also known as gitoni or foosball, is a table-top game and sport that is loosely based on association football.-Names:

Table manners
Table manners are the rules of etiquette used while eating, which may also include the appropriate use of utensils. Different cultures observe different rules for table manners

Table Mountain
Table Mountain is a flat-topped mountain forming a prominent landmark overlooking the city of Cape Town in South Africa, and is featured in the flag of Cape Town and other local government insignia. It is a significant tourist attraction, with many visitors using the cableway or hiking to the top

Table saw
A table saw or sawbench is a woodworking tool consisting of a circular saw blade, mounted on an arbor, that is driven by an electric motor

Tablighi Jamaat
Tablighi Jamaat is a religious movement which was founded in 1926 by Muhammad Ilyas al-Kandhlawi in India. The movement primarily aims at Tablighi spiritual reformation by working at the grass roots level, reaching out to Muslims across all social and economic spectra to bring them closer to Islam.Tablighi Jamaat came forth as an offshoot of the Deobandi movement

Tabontabon, Leyte
Tabontabon is a 5th class municipality in the province of Leyte, Philippines. According to the 2000 census, it has a population of 8,372 people in 1,692 households.In 1957, the barrios of Capahu-an and Guingawan were transferred from the town of Dagami.

Tabriz is the fourth largest city and one of the historical capitals of Iran and the capital of East Azerbaijan Province. Situated at an altitude of 1,350 meters at the junction of the Quri River and Aji River, it was the second largest city in Iran until the late 1960s, one of its former capitals, and residence of the crown prince under the Qajar dynasty

Tabriz rug
A Tabriz rug/carpet is a type in the general category of Persian carpets from the city of Tabriz, the capital city of East Azarbaijan Province in north west of Iran. It is one of the oldest rug weaving centers and makes a huge diversity of types of carpets

Tabulate coral
The tabulate corals, forming the order Tabulata, are an extinct form of coral. They are almost always colonial, forming colonies of individual hexagonal cells known as corallites defined by a skeleton of calcite, similar in appearance to a honeycomb. Adjacent cells are joined by small pores

A tachograph is a device fitted to a vehicle that automatically records its speed and distance, together with the driver's activity selected from a choice of modes. The drive mode is activated automatically when the vehicle is in motion, and modern tachograph heads usually default to the other work mode upon coming to rest

A tachymeter or tacheometer is a type of theodolite used for rapid measurements and determines, electronically or electro-optically, the distance to target, and is highly automated in its operations. Such tachymeters are often used in surveying

A tachyon is a hypothetical subatomic particle that always moves faster than light. In the language of special relativity, a tachyon would be a particle with space-like four-momentum and imaginary proper time. A tachyon would be constrained to the space-like portion of the energy-momentum graph

A taco is a traditional Mexican dish composed of a corn or wheat tortilla folded or rolled around a filling. A taco can be made with a variety of fillings, including beef, chicken, seafood, vegetables and cheese, allowing for great versatility and variety

Taco Bell
Taco Bell is an American chain of fast-food restaurants based in Irvine, California. A subsidiary of Yum! Brands, Inc., which serves American-adapted Mexican food. Taco Bell serves tacos, burritos, quesadillas, nachos, other specialty items, and a variety of "Value Menu" items

Taco Bueno
Taco Bueno is a U.S.-based fast-food restaurant chain specializing in Tex-Mex-style Mexican cuisine. Currently headquartered in Farmers Branch, Texas, the first location was in Abilene, Texas in 1967. The company has locations in Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, and Louisiana with concentrations in North Texas and Oklahoma

Taco Ockerse
Taco Ockerse , better known by his stage name Taco, is an Indonesian-born Dutch singer and entertainer who started his career in Germany.-Early life:

Tacoma, Washington
Tacoma is a mid-sized urban port city and the county seat of Pierce County, Washington, United States. The city is on Washington's Puget Sound, southwest of Seattle, northeast of the state capital, Olympia, and northwest of Mount Rainier National Park. The population was 198,397, according to the 2010 census

Taconic State Parkway
The Taconic State Parkway , is a divided highway between Kensico Dam and Chatham, the longest parkway in the U.S. state of New York. It follows a generally northward route midway between the Hudson River and the Connecticut and Massachusetts state lines

Tactical Air Command
Tactical Air Command is an inactive United States Air Force organization. It was a Major Command of the United States Air Force, established on 21 March 1946 being headquartered at Langley Air Force Base, Virginia

Tacticity is the relative stereochemistry of adjacent chiral centers within a macromolecule. The practical significance of tacticity rests on the effects of tacticity on the physical properties of the polymer

Tadao Ando
is a Japanese architect whose approach to architecture was once categorized by Francesco Dal Co as critical regionalism. Ando has led a storied life, working as a truck driver and boxer prior to settling on the profession of architecture, despite never having taken formal training in the field

A tadpole or polliwog is the wholly aquatic larval stage in the life cycle of an amphibian, particularly that of a frog or toad.- Appellation :

Taekwondo in the Philippines
Taekwondo was introduce to the Philippines through the efforts of Kim Bok Man and Young Man Park.Young Man Park founded the Philippine Taekwondo Association PTA). Since 1971, the PTA has been run by Sun Chong Hong and PTA President Roberto Aventajado. The current head office and Dojang of the PTA is at Rizal Memorial Sports Complex

Taenia (tapeworm)
Taenia is a genus of tapeworm that includes some important parasites of livestock. Members of the genus are responsible for taeniasis and cysticercosis in humans. There are more than 100 species recorded

Taenia saginata
Taenia saginata, also known as Taeniarhynchus saginata or the beef tapeworm, is a parasite of both cattle and humans, causing taeniasis in humans. Taenia saginata occurs where cattle are raised by infected humans maintaining poor hygiene, human feces are improperly disposed of, meat inspection programs are poor, and where meat is eaten without proper cooking

Taff Trail
The Taff Trail is a popular walking and cycle path that runs for between Cardiff Bay and Brecon in Wales. It is named so because it follows the course of the River Taff

Tafl games
Tafl games were a family of ancient Germanic and Celtic board games played on a checkered or latticed board with two teams of uneven strength. The size of the board and the number of pieces varied, but all games involved a distinctive 2:1 ratio of pieces, with the lesser side having a king-piece which started in the centre

Tafsir al-Tabari
Jāmi` al-bayān `an ta'wīl āy al-Qur'ān, popularly Tafsīr al-Ṭabarī is a classic Sunni tafsir by the Persian scholar Muhammad ibn Jarir al-Tabari

Taft-Hartley Act
The Labor–Management Relations Act is a United States federal law that monitors the activities and power of labor unions. The act, still effective, was sponsored by Senator Robert Taft and Representative Fred A. Hartley, Jr. and became law by overriding U.S. President Harry S

Taftan (bread)
Taftan is a leavened flour bread from Persian cuisine, Cuisine of Pakistan and Uttar Pradeshi Cuisine, with saffron and small amount of cardamom powder baked in a clay oven.-See also:* Lavash, another Iranian bread very similar to Taftan, but thinner

TAG Heuer
TAG Heuer is a Swiss luxury watchmaker known for its sports watches and chronographs. It is a division of luxury goods company LVMH Moët Hennessy • Louis Vuitton. The company motto is "Swiss Avant-Garde Since 1860"

Tag question
A question tag or tag question is a grammatical structure in which a declarative statement or an imperative is turned into a question by adding an interrogative fragment . For example, in the sentence "You're John, aren't you?", the statement "You're John" is turned into a question by the tag "aren't you"

Tagalog alphabet
Filipino orthography specifies the correct way of using the writing system of the Filipinos to write the Filipino language, the national language and one of the two official languages of the Philippines.-Pre-Hispanic scripts:

Tagalog language
Tagalog is an Austronesian language spoken as a first language by a third of the population of the Philippines and as a second language by most of the rest. It is the first language of the Philippine region IV and of Metro Manila