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Nevertheless (band)
Nevertheless, often abbreviated as NTL, was a Christian power-pop band from Chattanooga, Tennessee. They disbanded at the end of 2009. Their song "Live Like We're Alive" reached the top 5 of the R&R Christian Rock Chart., Their song "The Real," was played on Contemporary Christian Music radio stations, peaking in the Top 10 on radio stations throughout the United States

Neveu
*Alfred Neveu, bobsledder*Andre Neveu, physicist*Ginette Neveu, violinist*Pie Eugène Neveu, French Roman Catholic bishop*Sophie Neveu, fictional character*Neveu–Schwarz algebra in superstring theory*Gross-Neveu model in quantum field theory.

Nevus
Nevus is the medical term for sharply-circumscribed and chronic lesions of the skin. These lesions are commonly named birthmarks and moles. Nevi are benign by definition

New
New is an adjective referring to something recently made, discovered, or created.New or NEW may refer to:- Film and music :* New , a 2004 Tamil movie* "New" , a song by No Doubt from Return of Saturn

New (song)
"New" is a song by the rock band No Doubt, written by Tom Dumont and Gwen Stefani for the Go soundtrack . It was later included on No Doubt's fourth studio album Return of Saturn .The song is heavily influenced by New Wave music

New Age (disambiguation)
New Age is a social and spiritual movement.New Age may also refer to:* New Age communities, places where people with a New Age lifestyle may live* New Age Gaian, people who use the Gaia hypothesis of James Lovelock spiritually

New Brunswick
New Brunswick is one of Canada's three Maritime provinces and is the only province in the federation that is constitutionally bilingual . The provincial capital is Fredericton and Saint John is the most populous city. Greater Moncton is the largest Census Metropolitan Area

New Caledonia
New Caledonia is a special collectivity of France located in the southwest Pacific Ocean, east of Australia and about from Metropolitan France. The archipelago, part of the Melanesia subregion, includes the main island of Grande Terre, the Loyalty Islands, the Belep archipelago, the Isle of Pines and a few remote islets

New Caledonian
New Caledonian may refer to:* Something of, from, or related to New Caledonia, an overseas territory of France, located in the region of Melanesia in the southwest Pacific

New Delhi
New Delhi is the capital city of India. It serves as the centre of the Government of India and the Government of the National Capital Territory of Delhi. New Delhi is situated within the metropolis of Delhi. It is one of the nine districts of Delhi Union Territory. The total area of the city is 42.7 km2

New Delhi (Lok Sabha constituency)
New Delhi Lok Sabha constituency is one of the 7 Lok Sabha constituencies in the Indian National Capital Territory of Delhi. This constituency came into existence in 1951.-Assembly segments:

New Delhi (station)
New Delhi is a station on the Yellow Line of the Delhi Metro. It is within walking distance to the Indian Railways New Delhi Railway Station.The Airport Express will also terminate at New Delhi metro station. Check-in facilities will be available at this station once the line is operational.-See also:* List of Delhi metro stations* New Delhi Railway Station

New England (band)
New England was an American rock band that was mainly active from 1978-1982. The group was best known for the song, "Don't Ever Wanna Lose Ya", which received heavy radio exposure on Album-oriented rock stations and reached #40 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1979

New England (New England album)
New England is the debut album by the American rock band New England. The group was best known for the song "Don't Ever Wanna Lose Ya", which received heavy radio exposure on Album-oriented rock stations and reached the Top 40 in 1979. "Hello, Hello, Hello" also received some airplay

New Hampshire (chicken)
The New Hampshire breed of chicken originated in the state of New Hampshire in the United States. Poultry farmers, starting with Rhode Island Reds and performing generation after generation of selective breeding, intensified the characteristics of early maturity, rapid full feathering, and production of large brown eggs

New Hampshire (disambiguation)
New Hampshire is a state in the United States of America.New Hampshire may also refer to:*Province of New Hampshire, the colonial-era predecessor of the U.S

New Ireland
New Ireland Province, formerly New Mecklenburg is the most northeastern province of Papua New Guinea.- Physical geography :The largest island of the province is New Ireland.

New Ireland
- Geography :* New Ireland , large island in the state of Papua New Guinea* New Ireland Province, administrative division of Papua New Guinea- Politics :* New Ireland Forum, reported in 1984 with recommendations for ending the Troubles

New Ireland (island)
New Ireland is a large island in Papua New Guinea, approximately 7,404 km² in area. It is the largest island of the New Ireland Province, lying northeast of the island of New Britain. Both islands are part of the Bismarck Archipelago, named after Otto von Bismarck, and they are separated by Saint George's Channel

New Jack Swing (single)
New Jack Swing is a song by Wreckx-N-Effect New Jack Swing is a song by Wreckx-N-Effect New Jack Swing is a song by Wreckx-N-Effect (Then called Wrecks-N-Effect. Released as a single it became number one on the Billboard Rap chart

New Jersey (disambiguation)
New Jersey is a U.S. state.New Jersey may also refer to:* New Jersey , by Bon Jovi* USS New Jersey , battleship commissioned in 1906* USS New Jersey , battleship commissioned in 1943

New Latin
The term New Latin, or Neo-Latin, is used to describe the Latin language used in original works created between c. 1500 and c. 1900. Among other uses, Latin during this period was employed in scholarly and scientific publications

New Mexican
New Mexican may refer to:* A person from the U.S. state of New Mexico; see List of people from New Mexico* The Santa Fe New Mexican, a newspaper published in Santa Fe, New MexicoNew Mexican may refer to:

New Mexico (disambiguation)
-Places:*New Mexico, a state of the United States*Mexico, Illinois, formerly New Mexico, Illinois*New Mexico, Maryland, an unincorporated community in Carroll County-Ships:, several ships of the US Navy** , the lead ship of the New Mexico-class battleships

New Moon (Abderrahmane Abdelli album)
New Moon is a World album released in 1995 by Algerian composer and singer songwriter Abderrahmane Abdelli. The album was released by Real World Records.

New Moon (disambiguation)
New moon is a lunar phase.New Moon or The New Moon may also refer to:* New Moon , by Stephenie Meyer** The Twilight Saga: New Moon, a 2009 film adaptation of the novel

New Moon (disambiguation)
New moon is a lunar phase.New Moon or The New Moon may also refer to:* New Moon , by Stephenie Meyer** The Twilight Saga: New Moon, a 2009 film adaptation of the novel

New Moon (Elliott Smith album)
New Moon is a 2-CD/2-LP posthumous compilation album by Elliott Smith, released on May 8, 2007 by Kill Rock Stars.It contains 24 previously unreleased songs recorded between 1994 and 1997, when Smith recorded his albums Elliott Smith and Either/Or, both also released by Kill Rock Stars. It peaked at #39 in the UK

New Orleans (1947 film)
New Orleans is a 1947 musical drama featuring Billie Holiday as a singing maid and Louis Armstrong as a bandleader; supporting players Holiday and Armstrong perform together and portray a couple becoming romantically involved

New Orleans (steamboat)
The New Orleans was the first steamboat on the western waters of the United States. Its 1811-1812 voyage from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to New Orleans, Louisiana on the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers ushered in the era of commercial steamboat navigation on the western rivers.-Background:The New Orleans was a joint venture of Robert Fulton , Robert R

New South Wales
New South Wales is a state of :Australia, located in the east of the country. It is bordered by Queensland, Victoria and South Australia to the north, south and west respectively. To the east, the state is bordered by the Tasman Sea, which forms part of the Pacific Ocean. New South Wales encompasses the whole of the Australian Capital Territory

New Wave (Against Me! album)
New Wave is Against Me!'s fourth full-length studio album and their debut album on Sire Records. Produced by Butch Vig of Nevermind fame, it was released on July 10, 2007. The album debuted at #57 on the Billboard 200 on the week of its release. The album's first single, "White People for Peace", was released in May 2007, prior to the album's release

New World (band)
New World was an Australian pop group that existed from the mid 1960s to the late 1970s. They are best known for their Top 10 hit single, "Tom-Tom Turnaround", which was released in 1971

New World (film)
Le Nouveau monde is a 1995 French drama film directed by Alain Corneau about post-World War II France, starring Nicolas Chatel and Sarah Grappin. It also features American actors including James Gandolfini and Alicia Silverstone. The film was released as New World, direct-to-video in America

New World (L'Arc-en-Ciel song)
"New World" is the twenty-seventh single by L'Arc-en-Ciel, released on April 6, 2005. It debuted at number 1 on the Oricon chart.- Track listing :

New World (Strawbs song)
"New World" is a song by English band Strawbs written by Dave Cousins. The track first appeared on the Grave New World album.-Lyrical and musical content:

New World Order (Megadeth song)
"New World Order" is a song by American heavy metal band Megadeth. It was written by Dave Mustaine, Dave Ellefson, Marty Friedman and Nick Menza during the Clash of the Titans Tour in 1991, and a demo was made for Countdown to Extinction, However, it was not released on either Countdown to Extinction or the followup album, Youthanasia

New Year
The New Year is the day that marks the time of the beginning of a new calendar year, and is the day on which the year count of the specific calendar used is incremented. For many cultures, the event is celebrated in some manner.

New Year (1924 film)
New Year is a black and white Chinese animation made in 1924 by Wan Laiming and Wan Guchan.-History:It is a cartoon short produced under the "Shanghai Tobacco Company" . The clip was an advertisement. It is very likely that the company was actually the British American Tobacco Company given the time frame and location.-External links:*

New Year (disambiguation)
New Year, The New Year or New Year's Eve may refer to:*New Year, an event that happens when a culture celebrates the end of one year and the beginning of the next

New Year (opera)
New Year is an opera in three acts by composer Michael Tippett, who wrote his own libretto. It was first performed by Houston Grand Opera on 27 October 1989, in a production by Peter Hall.

New Year's Day
New Year's Day is observed on January 1, the first day of the year on the modern Gregorian calendar as well as the Julian calendar used in ancient Rome

New Year's Day (disambiguation)
New Year's Day may refer to:*New Year's Day, January 1, the first day of the year in the Gregorian calendar*New Year's Day , a 2001 comedy-drama film starring Andrew Lee Potts*"New Year's Day" , a song by U2's 1983 album War

New Year's Day (Fear Itself episode)
New Year´s Day is the sixth episode of the NBC horror anthology Fear Itself. This episode is based on the short story The Dead Time by Paul Kane.-Plot:

New Year's Eve
New Year's Eve is observed annually on December 31, the final day of any given year in the Gregorian calendar. In modern societies, New Year's Eve is often celebrated at social gatherings, during which participants dance, eat, consume alcoholic beverages, and watch or light fireworks to mark the incoming year

New York (Eskimo Joe song)
"New York" is the third single by Eskimo Joe, taken from their third studio album Black Fingernails, Red Wine. The band flew to New York to film the music video for the single. The music video for "New York" debuted on ABC's all night music program, Rage, as the first clip shown on the 15 December 2006

New York (Ja Rule song)
"New York" is a 2004 single by rapper Ja Rule, featuring Fat Joe and Jadakiss, from his album R.U.L.E.. The track was produced by Cool & Dre, and the chorus is based around Boogie Down Productions' 1990 song, "100 Guns" The song peaked at #27 on the US Hot 100 chart, #14 on U.S

New York City (album)
New York City is an album by The Peter Malick Group featuring Norah Jones. The album was recorded during August and September 2000, a few weeks before Jones made her own demos for the Blue Note label, and released three years later. Jones sings on all seven tracks, and this album is more bluesy than Jones' debut album, Come Away With Me

New York City (band)
New York City was an American R&B vocal group. They formed in 1972 under the name "Tri-Boro Exchange", and all of the group's members had had significant experience singing in other vocal and doo-wop ensembles.-Career:

New York City (disambiguation)
New York City is a city in the state of New York.New York City may also refer to:*New York City , an American R&B vocal group*New York City , a 2003 album by Norah Jones & The Peter Malick Group

New York City (Emigrate song)
"New York City" is the first single by the musical group Emigrate. The promo version of the single has an alternative cover. The Gas mask has a burning building instead of a woman reflected in lenses. It has been considered the band's most successful song, so far. Richard, in the music video, can be seen walking through New York and sitting down and singing

New York City (You're a Woman)
New York City is the fourth album by singer-songwriter Al Kooper for Columbia Records, recorded and released in 1971.Recorded with two separate groups, one in Los Angeles, California and the other in London, England and inspired by the likes of Elton John , The Beatles and

New York minute
New York Minute may refer to:* New York Minute , a 2004 American teen comedy starring Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen* "New York Minute" , a song by Don Henley* "New York Minute" , an episode of Law & Order

New York, New York (So Good They Named It Twice)
"New York, New York " is a song performed and composed by singer-songwriter, Gerard Kenny in 1978. The song is an ode to his hometown, and state New York, New York.

New York, New York (Tha Dogg Pound song)
"New York, New York" is a single from West Coast hip hop duo Tha Dogg Pound's first album, Dogg Food. It features Kurupt rapping the verses, with Daz Dillinger with a few quick verses in the video and Snoop Dogg in the chorus

New Yorker
New Yorker may refer to:* A resident of New York City * A resident of New York state * The New Yorker, a magazine* A predecessor newspaper to Horace Greeley's New York Tribune

Newbie
Newbie or noob is a slang term for a novice or newcomer, or somebody inexperienced in any profession or activity. Contemporary use can particularly refer to a beginner or new user of computers, often concerning Internet activity, such as online gaming or Linux use

Newborn (disambiguation)
Newborn may refer to:*An infant*Newborn, Georgia, a town in the United States.*Newborn , by the James Gang.*"Newborn", a song by Elbow from their 2001 album Asleep in the Back

Newcastle
Newcastle commonly refers to:*Newcastle upon Tyne, a city in Tyne and Wear, United Kingdom*Newcastle, New South Wales, a city in AustraliaNewcastle or New Castle may also refer to:-Australia:

Tom Golisano
Blase Thomas Golisano is an American businessman and philanthropist. He is the founder of Paychex, the second-largest payroll processor in the United States and former co-owner of the Buffalo Sabres hockey team and of the Buffalo Bandits lacrosse team

Tom Griswold
Thomas Bruce "Tom" Griswold co-hosts the radio show The Bob & Tom Show together with Bob Kevoian, Kristi Lee, and Chick McGee. This comedy-based early morning program is among the highest rated in American radio and has been nationally syndicated since 1995

Tom Hayden
Thomas Emmet "Tom" Hayden is an American social and political activist and politician, known for his involvement in the animal rights, and the anti-war and civil rights movements of the 1960s. He is the former husband of actress Jane Fonda and the father of actor Troy Garity.-Life and career:Hayden was born in Detroit, Michigan, to parents of Irish descent

Tom Hughes
Thomas Eyre Forrest Hughes AO QC is a former Australian politician and a prominent barrister practicing at Blackstone Chambers in Sydney. He was a Liberal member of the Australian House of Representatives from 1963 to 1972, representing first the seat of Parkes and then the seat of Berowra

Tom Keating
For the football player of the same name see Tom Keating .For the priest and author of the same name see Thomas Keating.

Tom Laughlin (actor)
Tom Laughlin is an American actor, director, screenwriter, author, educator and political activist. Laughlin is best known for his series of Billy Jack films. He has been married to Delores Taylor since 1954. Taylor has also co-produced and acted in all four of the Billy Jack films

Tom Lester
Thomas William "Tom" Lester is an American actor and evangelist. He may be best remembered for his role as Oliver & Lisa Douglas's farmhand, Eb Dawson, in the television series Green Acres, and appeared in the movies Gordy and Benji.-Biography:Lester was born in Laurel, Mississippi

Tom McKean
Thomas McKean is a former Scottish middle distance runner who won the European Championships 800m gold medal at Split in 1990.

Tom Molineaux
Tom Molineaux was a African-American bare-knuckle boxer. He spent much of his career in Great Britain and Ireland, where he had some notable successes.-Early life:

Tom Moreland Interchange
Tom Moreland Interchange, colloquially known as Spaghetti Junction, is the intersection of Interstate 85 and Interstate 285, along with several access roads, in northern DeKalb County, Georgia, just northeast of Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Tom Nagel
Tom Nagel is an American actor noted for his roles in The Butcher, The Apocalypse, Pirates of Treasure Island, and Hillside Cannibals.-Filmography:*Hillside Cannibals*Pirates of Treasure Island *The Apocalypse

Tom Netherton
Thomas Harold Netherton, Jr., known as Tom Netherton , is a singer best known for his long tenure on The Lawrence Welk Show.

Tom Petty
Thomas Earl "Tom" Petty is an American singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. He is the frontman of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers and was a founding member of the late 1980s supergroup Traveling Wilburys and Mudcrutch. He has also performed under the pseudonyms of Charlie T

Tom Rathman
Thomas Dean Rathman is a former American football fullback who played for the San Francisco 49ers and the Oakland Raiders . He is currently the running backs coach for the 49ers.-High school:

Tom Robbins
Thomas Eugene "Tom" Robbins Thomas Eugene "Tom" Robbins Thomas Eugene "Tom" Robbins (born July 22, 1936 is an American author. His best-selling novels are serio-comic, often wildly poetic stories with a strong social and philosophical undercurrent, an irreverent bent, and scenes extrapolated from carefully researched bizarre facts

Tom Roberts
Thomas William Roberts , usually known simply as Tom, was a prominent Australian artist and a key member of the Heidelberg School.-Life:

Tom Robinson
Tom Robinson is an English singer-songwriter, bassist and radio presenter, better known for the hits "Glad to Be Gay", "2-4-6-8 Motorway", and "Don't Take No for an Answer", with his Tom Robinson Band

Tom Robinson Band
Tom Robinson Band were a British rock band, established in 1976 by singer, songwriter and bassist Tom Robinson

Tom Sawyer
Thomas "Tom" Sawyer is the title character of the Mark Twain novel The Adventures of Tom Sawyer . He appears in three other novels by Twain: Adventures of Huckleberry Finn , Tom Sawyer Abroad , and Tom Sawyer, Detective .Sawyer also appears in at least three unfinished Twain works, Huck and Tom Among the Indians, Schoolhouse Hill, and

Tom Schieffer
John Thomas Schieffer, known as Tom Schieffer , is an American diplomat who served as U.S. Ambassador to Japan from 2005 to 2009 and as U.S. Ambassador to Australia from 2001 to 2005. Schieffer is a friend and former business partner of President George W. Bush. He is the younger brother of Bob Schieffer, a CBS News reporter and host of Face the Nation

Tom Sharkey
Tom 'Sailor Tom' Sharkey was a boxer who fought two fights with heavyweight champion James J. Jeffries. Sharkey's recorded ring career spanned from 1893 to 1904. He is credited with having won 40 fights , 7 losses, and 5 draws

Tom Spring
Tom Spring was an English bare-knuckle fighter. He was heavyweight champion of England in 1821 until his retirement in 1824

Tom Swift
Tom Swift is the name of the central character in five series of books, first appearing in 1910, totaling over 100 volumes, of American juvenile science fiction and adventure novels that emphasize science, invention and technology. The character was created by Edward Stratemeyer, the founder of the Stratemeyer Syndicate, a book-packaging firm

Tom Thumb
Tom Thumb is a character of English folklore. The History of Tom Thumb was published in 1621, and has the distinction of being the first fairy tale printed in English. Tom is no bigger than his father's thumb, and his adventures include being swallowed by a cow, tangling with giants, and becoming a favourite of King Arthur

Tom Virtue
Thomas E. "Tom" Virtue is an American actor. He is best known for his co-starring role as Steve Stevens in the Disney Channel sitcom Even Stevens.-Life and career:

Tom Walkinshaw Racing
Tom Walkinshaw Racing , was an auto racing team and engineering firm founded in 1976 by touring car racer Tom Walkinshaw.-History:TWR started by modifying BMW 3.0 CSLs, but soon was contracted to head Mazda's works program in the British Touring Car Championship. The TWR developed RX-7, with Win Percy in the driving seat, won the title in both 1980 and 1981

Tomato Frog
The Tomato Frog or Crapaud rouge de Madagascar is a species of frog in the Microhylidae family.-Origin of Name:Its common name comes from its bright-red color, and its tendency to puff up when in danger.

Tomato paste
Tomato paste is a thick paste that is made by cooking tomatoes for several hours to reduce moisture, straining them to remove the seeds and skin, and cooking them again to reduce them to a thick, rich concentrate

Tomato sauce
A tomato sauce is any of a very large number of sauces made primarily from tomatoes, usually to be served as part of a dish

Tomb of the Unknown Soldier
Tomb of the Unknown Soldier refers to a grave in which the unidentifiable remains of a soldier are interred. Such tombs can be found in many nations and are usually high-profile national monuments. Throughout history, many soldiers have died in wars without their remains being identified

Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Guard Identification Badge
The Guard, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Identification Badge is a military badge of the United States Army which honors those select few soldiers who have been chosen to serve as members of the Honor Guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. It is the second-least awarded badge in the US Army, after the Astronaut Badge

Tomberry
Tomberry is a trademarked name for an unusually small cultivar of tomatoes produced by the Netherlands company Eminent Food BV and distributed in the United Kingdom and continental Europe. The Tomberry is about 0.5 to 1 cm in diameter with an average fruit weight of 1 to 2 grams.-External links:*

Tombstone, Arizona
Tombstone is a city in Cochise County, Arizona, United States, founded in 1879 by Ed Schieffelin in what was then Pima County, Arizona Territory. It was one of the last wide-open frontier boomtowns in the American Old West. From about 1877 to 1890, the town's mines produced USD $40 to $85 million in silver bullion, the largest productive silver district in Arizona

Tomcar
The Tomcar is a type of commercial off-road utility vehicle.The Tomcar is made in two and four seat models, and is powered by either unleaded petrol or diesel engines

Tomi Putaansuu
Tomi Petteri Putaansuu , better known by his stage name Mr. Lordi, is the lead vocalist in the Finnish heavy metal/hard rock band Lordi. Mr. Lordi is the singer, songwriter and costume designer for hard rock band Lordi

Tommy Caton
Thomas Stephen "Tommy" Caton was an English football player.Born in Kirkby, Liverpool, Caton was a centre half who played for England schoolboys, before signing for Manchester City as an apprentice in 1978

Tommy Dorsey
Thomas Francis "Tommy" Dorsey, Jr. was an American jazz trombonist, trumpeter, composer, and bandleader of the Big Band era. He was known as "The Sentimental Gentleman of Swing", due to his smooth-toned trombone playing. He was the younger brother of bandleader Jimmy Dorsey

Tommy Flowers
Thomas "Tommy" Harold Flowers, MBE was an English engineer. During World War II, Flowers designed Colossus, the world's first programmable electronic computer, to help solve encrypted German messages.-Early life:

Tommy Helms
Tommy Vann Helms is a former Major League Baseball player and manager. Over a fourteen year career , Helms played for four different teams, including eight seasons with the Cincinnati Reds, four with the Houston Astros, and one apiece with the Pittsburgh Pirates and Boston Red Sox

Tommy James
Tommy James is an American pop-rock musician, singer, songwriter, and record producer, best known as leader of the 1960s rock band Tommy James and the Shondells.-Early life and career:

Tommy John
Thomas Edward John Jr. is a former left-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball whose 288 career victories rank as the seventh highest total among left-handers in major league history

Tommy Morrison
Tommy David Morrison is an American heavyweight boxer and a former World Boxing Organization champion. He lost only three out of a total of 52 professional fights. Morrison's nickname, "The Duke," is based on disputed claims that he is a grandnephew of Hollywood star John Wayne

Tommy Rich
Thomas Richardson , better known by his ring name, "Wildfire" Tommy Rich, is a professional wrestler. He is best known for his wrestling career in Georgia and Memphis throughout the 1980s.-Professional wrestling career:

Tommy Roe
Tommy Roe is an American pop music singer-songwriter.Best-remembered for his hits "Sheila" and "Dizzy" , critic Bill Dahl wrote that Roe was "widely perceived as one of the archetypal bubblegum artists of the late 1960s, but Roe cut some pretty decent rockers along the way, especially early in his

Tommy Tedesco
Thomas J. Tedesco was an American master session musician and renowned jazz and bebop guitarist.Tedesco's credits include the iconic brand-burning accompaniment theme from television's Bonanza, The Twilight Zone, Vic Mizzy's iconic theme from Green Acres, M*A*S*H, Batman, and Elvis Presley's '68 Comeback Special

Tomochichi
Tomochichi was a seventeenth century Creek leader and the head chief of a Yamacraw town on the site of present day Savannah, Georgia. He remains a prominent character of early Georgia history

Tomoko Kawakami
was a Japanese voice actress from Tokyo. Having graduated from the Toho Gakuen School of Music, Kawakami was affiliated with Production Baobab at the time of her death.-Career:

Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow
"Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow" is the beginning of the second sentence of one of the most famous soliloquies in Shakespeare's tragedy Macbeth. It is the response of the protagonist, Macbeth, to the news of his wife's death

Tomorrow series
The Tomorrow series is a series of seven young adult invasion novels written by Australian writer John Marsden, detailing a high-intensity invasion and occupation of Australia by a foreign power

Tomorrowland Transit Authority
The Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover , formerly known as the WEDWay PeopleMover until 1994 and the Tomorrowland Transit Authority until 2010, is a PeopleMover system in Tomorrowland in the Magic Kingdom at the Walt Disney World Resort

Tomsk
Tomsk is a city and the administrative center of Tomsk Oblast, Russia, located on the Tom River. One of the oldest towns in Siberia, Tomsk celebrated its 400th anniversary in 2004

Tomsk Polytechnic University
Tomsk Polytechnic University in Tomsk, Russia, is the oldest technical university in Russia east of the Urals. The university was founded in 1896 and opened in 1900 as the Tomsk Technological Institute. In 1923, the school was renamed the Siberian Technological Institute and in 1930, the institute was split into five divisions, three of which remained in Tomsk

Ton
The ton is a unit of measure. It has a long history and has acquired a number of meanings and uses over the years. It is used principally as a unit of weight, and as a unit of volume. It can also be used as a measure of energy, for truck classification, or as a colloquial term.It is derived from the tun, the term applied to a barrel of the largest size

Tonantzin
In Aztec mythology and among present-day Nahuas, Tonantzin 'Our Revered Mother' is a general title bestowed upon female deities. Informants of Sahagún, for example, called a frightening goddess of war and childbirth, Cihuacoatl, by this title

Tonci Huljic
Tonči Huljić is a Croatian musician, songwriter and music producer from Split.Huljić made his name in the late 1970s as the founder and key member of pop band Dalmatinski magazin

Tong (organization)
The word tong means "hall" or "gathering place". In North America a tong is a type of organization found among Chinese living in the United States and Canada. These organizations are described as secret societies or sworn brotherhoods and are often tied to criminal activity

Tonga Defence Services
The Tonga Defense Services is the armed force of Tonga. It is composed of three operational command components, two support elements .

Tonga people
The Tonga are an ethnic group living in northern Malawi. A related ethnic group also called the Tonga are found in Zambia and Zimbabwe, with some in Mozambique.-History:

Tonga Trench
The Tonga Trench is located in the South Pacific Ocean and is deep at its deepest point, known as the Horizon Deep.The Tonga Trench is a convergent plate boundary. The trench lies at the northern end of the Kermadec-Tonga Subduction Zone, an active subduction zone where the Pacific Plate is being subducted below the Tonga Plate and the Indo-Australian Plate

Tongan language
Tongan is an Austronesian language spoken in Tonga. It has around 200,000 speakers and is a national language of Tonga. It is a VSO language.-Related languages:

Tongue
The tongue is a muscular hydrostat on the floors of the mouths of most vertebrates which manipulates food for mastication. It is the primary organ of taste , as much of the upper surface of the tongue is covered in papillae and taste buds. It is sensitive and kept moist by saliva, and is richly supplied with nerves and blood vessels

Tongue piercing
A tongue piercing is a body piercing usually done directly through the center of the tongue, and is the most popular piercing site in the western world after the ear and nostril.-History and culture:

Tongue-twister
A tongue-twister is a phrase that is designed to be difficult to articulate properly, and can be used as a type of spoken word game. Some tongue-twisters produce results which are humorous when they are mispronounced, while others simply rely on the confusion and mistakes of the speaker for their amusement value.- Types of tongue-twisters

Toni Cade Bambara
Toni Cade Bambara, born Miltona Mirkin Cade was an African-American author, documentary film-maker, social activist and college professor.- Biography :

Toni Gonzaga
Celestine Cruz Gonzaga , better known as Toni Gonzaga, is a Filipino singer, television host and actress. She started her career with GMA Network, then later moved to ABS-CBN Network

Toni Morrison
Toni Morrison is a Nobel Prize and Pulitzer Prize-winning American novelist, editor, and professor. Her novels are known for their epic themes, vivid dialogue, and richly detailed characters. Among her best known novels are The Bluest Eye, Song of Solomon and Beloved

Tonic water
Tonic water is a carbonated soft drink in which quinine is dissolved. Originally used as a prophylactic against malaria, tonic water usually now has a significantly lower quinine content and is consumed for its distinctively bitter taste

Tonopah Army Air Field
Tonopah Army Air Field was a World War II United States Army Air Force training airfield located seven miles east of the central business district of Tonopah, a city in Nye County, Nevada, USA. It was active between 1942 and 1945.- Origins :

Tonsillolith
Tonsilloliths, also known as a tonsil stones, are clusters of calcified material that form in the crevices of the tonsils. While they occur most commonly in the palatine tonsils, they may also occur in the lingual tonsils. Tonsilloliths have been recorded weighing from 300 mg to 42 g

Tony Accardo
Antonino Joseph Accardo , also known as "Joe Batters" or "Big Tuna", rose from small-time hoodlum to the position of day-to-day boss of the Chicago Outfit in 1947, to ultimately become the final Outfit authority in 1972, until his death

 
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