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Niger , officially named the Republic of Niger, is a landlocked country in Western Africa, named after the Niger River. It borders Nigeria and Benin to the south, Burkina Faso and Mali to the west, Algeria and Libya to the north and Chad to the east

Nigga is a term used in African American Vernacular English that began as an eye dialect form of the word nigger .- Use in language :In practice, its use and meaning are

In the United States, there have been several controversies concerning the word "niggardly," an adjective meaning "stingy" or "miserly," due to its phonetic similarity to the racial slur "nigger." The two words are etymologically unrelated.-Word origins:

Nigger is a noun in the English language, most notable for its usage in a pejorative context to refer to black people , and also as an informal slang term, among other contexts. It is a common ethnic slur

' is a Sanskrit term for a traditional collection of words, grouped into thematic categories, often with brief annotations. Such collections share characteristics with glossaries and thesauri, but are not true lexicons, such as the kośa of Sanskrit literature

Night (1975)
"Night" is a song by Bruce Springsteen which first appeared on the Born to Run album in 1975. Although this is one of the lesser known songs from Born to Run, "Night" has become somewhat of a stage favorite for the E Street Band. The song was not immediately played during the 1975 Born to Run Tour until later that year and more so in 1976 when it was used as the opening song

Night (band)
Night was a rock band formed in 1978 in Los Angeles whose personnel were veteran British-based session musicians.-History:Night's vocalists Stevie Vann and Chris Thompson had met when Vann had provided backing vocals for the 1978 album Watch by Manfred Mann's Earth Band then fronted by Thompson

Night (disambiguation)
The night is the period in which the sun is below the horizon.Night may also refer to:-Mythology/Language:*Nótt, the Norse goddess of night*Nyx, the Greek goddess of night*Night of Egyptian hieroglyphs-Music:*Night, by Gazpacho

Night (sketch)
Night is a dramatic sketch by the English playwright Harold Pinter, presented as one of eight short dramatic works about marriage in the program Mixed Doubles: An Entertainment on Marriage at the Comedy Theatre, London, on April 9, 1969; directed by Alexander Doré, this production included Nigel Stock as the Man and Pinter's first wife, Vivien Merchant, as the Woman

Night (Star Trek: Voyager)
"Night" is an episode of Star Trek: Voyager, the first episode of the fifth season. The episode has an average rating of 4.6/5 on the official Star Trek website .-Plot:

Night letter
A night letter is an unsigned leaflet distributed clandestinely, very much like the samizdat that were distributed clandestinely by the dissidents in the Soviet Union

Night Out
"Night Out" is the fifteenth episode of the fourth season of the American comedy television series The Office, and the show's sixty-eighth episode overall. The episode was written by Mindy Kaling and directed by Ken Whittingham. It first aired in the United States on April 24, 2008 on NBC

Night Owl
Night Owl can refer to:* An owl*Night owl refers to a person who is most active or creative during the night.*Night Owl , a 1993 film.*"Night Owl", a Bangkok Post newspaper column by Bernard Trink.

Night Owl (album)
Night Owl is a 1979 album by Gerry Rafferty. It was released a year after Rafferty's Platinum-selling album City to City. While not quite performing as well as its predecessor, Night Owl still managed enough sales to achieve Gold status in North America and the United Kingdom. The title song reached #5 on the UK charts

Night Owl (film)
Night Owl, a 1993 vampire film shot in New York's Alphabet City and directed by Jeffrey Arsenault, starred John Leguizamo and James Raftery as Jake, a brooding vampire/squatter who picks up women in nightclubs and while having sex with them, slices their necks with a matte knife and drinks their blood

Night Owl (song)
Night Owl is a song by Gerry Rafferty. It is the second track on his 1979 album of the same name. It features a Lyricon solo played by "Baker Street" saxophonist Raphael Ravenscroft

Night School (1956 film)
is a 1956 Japanese film directed by Ishirō Honda.

Night School (film)
Night School is a slasher film released in 1981 directed by Ken Hughes and starring English actress Rachel Ward in her feature film debut. The plot revolves around a series of gruesome decapitation murders happening among college coeds in Boston, Massachusetts. The film was originally to be directed by Alfred Sole but Sole passed on the project

Night Watch
A Night Watch is a lookout, guard or patrol at night, in a nautical, military or police context; see Watchman .Night Watch or Nightwatch as a proper name may refer to:-Art:

Night Watch (1995 film)
Night Watch is a 1995 American television spy film directed by David Jackson starring Pierce Brosnan and Alexandra Paul. The film, also known as Alistair MacLean's Nightwatch, was shot in Hong Kong.

Nightcap: The Unreleased Masters 1972-1991 is a Jethro Tull double CD album released on 22 November 1993 with older and previously unreleased material. The first CD contains material recorded in August 1972, much of which would be re-recorded and re-arranged as their sixth album, A Passion Play

Nightcap may refer to:* Nightcap , soft cloth cap worn in bed* Nightcap , alcoholic beverage consumed before going to bedPlaces* Nightcap National Park, New South Wales, Australia

Nightcap (beverage)
A nightcap is an alcoholic beverage drunk right before going to bed. The alcohol content is higher than a wine or beer drink, usually a liqueur or spirit. Traditional nightcaps are brandy or a cream-based liqueur such as Irish cream or a bourbon.

Nightcap (garment)
A nightcap is a warm cloth cap worn while sleeping, often with pajamas or a nightgown. They are similar to winter 'beanies' worn in cold climates. They were common in northern Europe before central heating was available, when homes were cold at night.

Nightcap (garment)
A nightcap is a warm cloth cap worn while sleeping, often with pajamas or a nightgown. They are similar to winter 'beanies' worn in cold climates. They were common in northern Europe before central heating was available, when homes were cold at night.

Nightcaps is a town in the Southland Region of New Zealand's South Island. According to the 2001 New Zealand Census of Population and Dwellings, its population is 339, consisting of 186 males and 153 females. This represents a decline of 13.6% or 54 people since the 1996 census. State Highway 96 passes through Nightcaps as it runs between Ohai and Winton

Nightcaps (band)
Nightcaps were an American Lounge music band from Seattle, Washington active from 1994 until 2002.Nightcaps were an integral part if the mid 1990s Lounge music resurgence that included bands such as Combustible Edison,

A nightclub is an entertainment venue which usually operates late into the night

Nightclubbing is the fifth studio album by Grace Jones, released in 1981. It is the second of three post-disco albums that Jones made at Compass Point Studios in the Bahamas and became Jones' commercial breakthrough and also formed the basis of her groundbreaking concept tour A One Man Show

Nightcrawlers are a form of earthworm. Prized primarily for use as fishing bait, nightcrawlers are generally known as either Canadian or European

Nightcrawlers (disambiguation)
Nightcrawlers are worms used for fish bait.Nightcrawlers may refer to:*Nightcrawlers , house music project assembled by producer and DJ John Reid*Nightcrawlers , American band

Nightfall is the beginning of night .Nightfall may also refer to:-Novels, short stories, and comics:* Nightfall , an influential 1941 science fiction short story by Isaac Asimov, later adapted into a radio program , novel , and two low-budget films of the same name* "Nightfall", a 1947 short story by

A nightgown is a loosely hanging item of nightwear. Nowadays the term is almost exclusively applied to women's nightwear. A nightgown is typically made from cotton, silk, satin, or nylon

A nighthawk is a nocturnal bird of the subfamily Chordeilinae, within the nightjar family, Caprimulgidae. Nighthawks are medium-sized New World birds, with long wings, short legs, and very short bills. They usually nest on the ground. They feed on flying insects. The Least Nighthawk, at and , is the smallest of all Caprimulgiformes

The Nightingale , also known as Rufous and Common Nightingale, is a small passerine bird that was formerly classed as a member of the thrush family Turdidae, but is now more generally considered to be an Old World flycatcher, Muscicapidae

Nightingale (ballet)
Nightingale was a ballet composed in the Byelorussian SSR . Created in 1940, it was the first Belarusian ballet to be formed at the National Academic Bolshoi Ballet Theatre. Originally from a book written by Źmitrok Biadula, the ballet was choreographed by Aleksey Yermolayev and set to music by M. Kroshner.

Nightingale (comics)
Nightingale is a fictional superhero from Marvel Comics, who first appeared in Marvel: The Lost Generation # 12.Nightingale was a founding member of the First Line, joining at the request of the Yankee Clipper. Her origin is unknown, but she is apparently Caribbean.-Powers and abilities:Nightingale has the power to sense emotions and life-forces and to heal the injuries of others

Nightingale (Star Trek: Voyager)
"Nightingale" is an episode of Star Trek: Voyager, the eighth episode of the seventh season.-Synopsis:Voyager sets down on a planet for a major maintenance overhaul while away teams in shuttles are sent in search of supplies. As B'Elanna Torres informs Captain Janeway that repairs will take days longer than originally expected, suddenly several consoles black out

Nightjars are medium-sized nocturnal or crepuscular birds with long wings, short legs and very short bills. They are sometimes referred to as goatsuckers from the mistaken belief that they suck milk from goats . Some New World species are named as nighthawks

NightLife with Tony Delroy is a popular late-night talkback show across ABC Local Radio, broadcasting from the 702 ABC Sydney studios in Ultimo, Sydney, Australia. It offers a mix of both news and current affairs, lifestyle and entertainment. Each night there are regular features and presenters

Nightlife (disambiguation)
Nightlife is a human social activity.Nightlife or Night Life or Nite Life may also refer to:In games:* Nightlife , a splatterpunk game* Night Life , the first adult game released in Japan

Nightlife (Erase Errata album)
Nightlife is the third album by the band Erase Errata, released in 2006 on Kill Rock Stars, and first not to feature former member Sara Jaffe. The album also marks the first time they made an official music video for "Tax Dollar" directed by Jeremy Solterbeck

Nightlife (novel)
Nightlife is the debut novel from author Rob Thurman . It is an urban fantasy novel focused around Caliban Leandros and his older brother Niko as they roam around New York City trying to stay alive and keep Cal's dark lineage a secret

Nightlife (quartet)
Nightlife are a barbershop quartet that won the BHS International Quartet competition in 1996.-Members:Tenor: Rob Menaker Lead: John Sasine Bari: Jeff Baker Bass: Brett Littlefield

Nightlight (2nd Chapter of Acts album)
-Track listing:# Night Light - 3:29# Heartstrings - 3:37# Oh No! Can't Believe It! - 4:25# He Will Rule - 4:28# Consider the Lilies - 3:14# He's the Light - 4:04# Oh Boy! - 3:16# What To Do With My Heart - 3:43# That's Not Nice To Say - 5:07

Nightly may refer to:*An event which occurs once every night.*Nightly build

A nightmare is an unpleasant dream that can cause a strong negative emotional response from the mind, typically fear or horror, but also despair, anxiety and great sadness. The dream may contain situations of danger, discomfort, psychological or physical terror

Nightmare (1981)
Nightmare is a 1981 horror film directed by Romano Scavolini.-Synopsis:

Nightmare (comics)
Nightmare, in comics, may refer to:*Nightmare , a Marvel Comics character*Nightmare, a horror comic from Skywald Publications*A Nightmare on Elm Street

Nightmares (novel series)
Nightmares was a novel series of young adult horror fiction that began in 1992 to 1996, it ran alongside other well-known series such as Point Horror and Fear Street.-Novels:

Nights may refer to:*The plural form of night*"Nights" , by Ed Bruce*Nights , the main character in the video games Nights into Dreams... and Nights: Journey of Dreams

Nights (character)
Nights is a video game character from the games Nights into Dreams... and Nights: Journey of Dreams, developed and published by Sega. Nights is gender-less, known as a "Nightmaren" who resides in Nightopia, a dream world where the dreams of all human beings are acted out every night

Nights (song)
"Nights" is a country song written by Byron Hill and Tony Hiller, recorded by RCA recording artist Ed Bruce. The song included on country singer Ed Bruce's 1984 album "Night Things" and was #4 chart country single in 1986.-Chart positions:

Nightshade (Marvel Comics)
Nightshade , formerly known as Dr. Nightshade and Deadly Nightshade is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe. She first appeared in Captain America #164 and was created by Steve Englehart and Alan Lee Weiss.

A nightshirt is a garment intended for sleeping in. It is somewhat longer than most regular shirts, reaching down to the thighs or below the knees, leaving some of the legs uncovered. It is generally loose-fitting to avoid restricting the wearer's movement while sleeping.

Nightstick (band)
Nightstick are a sludge metal band from Weymouth, Massachusetts, who are often compared to Black Sabbath or Monster Magnet.The band was formed by ex-Siege drummer Rob Williams.

-Internet:* An internet avatar style that began in Habbo Hotel that included an afro and a suit* Patriotic Nigras, a group of griefers in the online video game Second Life-Medical:

Nihil is the eighth album by the German industrial rock band KMFDM, released in 1995. It was recorded in Seattle, Washington. It sold over 120,000 copies.

Nihil (Impaled Nazarene album)
Nihil is the sixth full-length release by Impaled Nazarene. It was released June 16, 2000 through Osmose Productions. Alexi Laiho of Children of Bodom plays guitar on the album. Laiho has also composed songs "Cogito Ergo Sum" and "Zero Tolerance". The album recently entered Germany's Index List which means the album may not be advertised in public or sold to minors

Nihilism is the philosophical doctrine suggesting the negation of one or more putatively meaningful aspects of life. Most commonly, nihilism is presented in the form of existential nihilism which argues that life is without objective meaning, purpose, or intrinsic value

Nihilism (disambiguation)
Nihilism may refer to*Nihilism, a philosophical position which argues that Being is without objective meaning, purpose, truth, or value.*Nihilist movement, a cultural movement in 1860s Russia*Mereological nihilism, disbelief in parts and wholes

Nihilist may refer to:* a person who believes human existence has no objective meaning, purpose, or intrinsic value, see nihilism* Nihilist movement, a Russian political and cultural movement* Nihilist , a Swedish death metal band

Nihilistic may refer to:* Nihilism, a philosophical position* Nihilistic Software, a video game developer

Nihonkai (train)
The is an overnight train which is operated by the East Japan Railway Company . The train runs overnight between Osaka Station and Aomori Station using the Tōkaidō Main Line, Kosei Line, Hokuriku Main Line, Shin'etsu Main Line, Uetsu Main Line, and Ōu Main Line.-Area of operations:The Nihonkai operates between Osaka Station and Aomori Station on the following lines:*Tōkaidō

Niji may refer to:Language*虹, the Japanese word for "rainbow"Music*Niji , 1997 single from Japanese rock band L'Arc-en-Ciel*Niji/Himawari/Sore ga Subete sa, 2003 single from Masaharu Fukuyama

Niji (song)
is the eighth single by L'Arc-en-Ciel, released on October 17, 1997 it reached number 3 on the Oricon chart. It also was their first release after Sakura's arrest and the debut of Yukihiro as the band's support drummer . The title track was used as the opening theme to the first Rurouni Kenshin movie. The single was re-released on August 30, 2006

Nika may refer to:* Nika, in Greek, means victory or conquest* Nika, in Persian, means good and happy and beautiful and delicate. The name is also is considered to mean clear and good water

Toyota 4Runner
The Toyota 4Runner is a mid-size SUV manufactured by Toyota and sold throughout the world from 1984 to the present. In Japan it was known as the Toyota Hilux Surf

Toyota A engine
The A Series engines are a family of straight-4 internal combustion engines with displacement from 1.3 L to 1.8 L produced by Toyota Motor Corporation

Toyota Avalon
The Toyota Avalon is a full-size car produced by Toyota in the United States, and is the flagship sedan of Toyota in the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and the Middle East. It was also produced in Australia from 2000 until July 2005 when it was replaced in November 2006 by the Toyota Aurion

Toyota Belta
The Toyota Belta, referred to in North American and Australian markets as the Toyota Yaris and in South Asian markets as the Toyota Vios, is a subcompact sedan manufactured by Toyota

Toyota Carina
Released in Japan August 1977, the next-generation Carina was available in Germany in December 1977 and in other European countries during 1978. In most markets it was fitted with the same 1,588 cc 2T engine as its predecessor. In the Carina, an output of was claimed

Toyota Celica
The Toyota Celica name has been applied to a series of coupes made by the Japanese company Toyota. The name is ultimately derived from the Latin word coelica meaning "heavenly" or "celestial".

Toyota Center (Houston)
The Toyota Center is an indoor arena located in downtown Houston, Texas. It is named after the Japanese automobile manufacturer Toyota. The arena is home to the Rockets of the National Basketball Association, the principal owners of the building, and the Aeros of the American Hockey League.Rockets owner Leslie Alexander first began to request a new arena in 1995, and attempted to

Toyota Century
The Toyota Century is a large four-door limousine produced mainly for the Japanese market, serving as Toyota's flagship car. Production of the Century began in 1967 and the model received only minor changes until a redesign in 1997. The Century derived its name from the 100th anniversary of the birth of Sakichi Toyoda, the founder of Toyota Industries

Toyota Chaser
The Toyota Chaser is a mid-size car produced by the Toyota Motor Company, Japan. Most were 4-door sedans, with the 2-door coupe discontinued after the first generation

Toyota Corolla
The Toyota Corolla is a line of subcompact and compact cars manufactured by the Japanese automaker Toyota, which has become very popular throughout the world since the nameplate was first introduced in 1966. In 1997, the Corolla became the best selling nameplate in the world, with over 35 million sold as of 2007, surpassing the Volkswagen Beetle

Toyota Corona
The Toyota Corona is an automobile manufactured by the Japanese automaker Toyota between 1957 and 2002. Traditionally, the competitor from Nissan was the Nissan Bluebird. The word Corona is Latin for "crown"

Toyota Cressida
The Toyota Cressida was a mid-size sedan marketed by Toyota from December 1976 to February 1993 through four generations. It was the flagship sedan of Toyota in the United States. The same chassis with slightly different bodies was available in other countries as the Toyota Mark II, Toyota Chaser and Toyota Cresta

Toyota Crown
The Toyota Crown is a line of full-size luxury sedans by Toyota. The range was primarily available in Japan and some other Asian countries, originally designed to serve as a taxi

Toyota Dyna
The Toyota Dyna is a light truck for commercial use. In the Japanese market, the Dyna is sold alongside its twin called Toyoace. The original Toyoace of 1956 was an improvement over the Toyopet SKB Truck

Toyota FJ Cruiser
The Toyota FJ Cruiser is a retro style SUV with styling and off road performance reminiscent of the original Toyota FJ40 Land Cruisers. Introduced as a concept car at the February 2003 Chicago Auto Show, the FJ Cruiser was green lit after enormous consumer response and debuted at the January 2005 North American International Auto Show in final production form.The FJ cruiser is built by

Toyota FJ40
The Toyota J40 is the model designation for a Toyota Land Cruiser 40 series made from 1960 until 1984

Toyota Gaia
The Toyota Gaia is a Japanese market MPV that competes with the Nissan Prairie and the Honda Shuttle. It was replaced by the Toyota Isis. The Gaia shares a platform with the Toyota Ipsum and Toyota Corona Premio

Toyota Hiace
The Toyota HiAce is a motor vehicle produced by the Japanese manufacturer Toyota. First launched in 1967, the HiAce has since been available in a wide range of configurations, including minivan and minibus, van, pick-up, taxi, and ambulance.

Toyota Hilux
The Toyota Hilux is a series of compact pickup trucks produced and marketed by the Toyota Motor Corporation. Most countries used the Hilux name for the entire life of the series but in North America, the Hilux name was retired in 1976 in favor of Truck, Pickup Truck, or Compact Truck

Toyota Innova
The Toyota Innova is a Toyota-designed Compact MPV i.e. being less than in length as per the European system of size classification, produced in Indonesia under supervision by Toyota Astra Motor since 2003. As with Toyota Kijang, which it replaced, the Toyota Innova is produced and first marketed in 2004 in Indonesia

Toyota iQ
The Toyota iQ is a city car introduced at the 2008 Geneva Auto Show, with Japanese sales having begun in October 2008 and European sales in January 2009. The production iQ followed a concept vehicle presented at the 2007 Frankfurt Auto Show. A North American version of the iQ, branded as the Scion iQ, is slated for release in the U.S

Toyota Land Cruiser
The is a series of four-wheel drive vehicles produced by the Japanese car maker Toyota Motor Corporation. It is not related to the Studebaker Land Cruiser car produced in the US from 1934-1954.

Toyota LandCruiser 70 Series
The 70 Series is a family of Toyota Land Cruiser models produced from 1984 until the present day. It replaced the 25-year-old 40 Series as the off-road workhorse of the Land Cruiser heritage, while the 60 Series developed into more comfortable passenger off-road vehicles

Toyota Mark X
The Mark X is a mid size automobile created by Toyota for the Japanese market. The Mark X was introduced in 2004 and is manufactured in Kanegasaki, Iwate, Japan. Also sold in China as the Reiz, it is available with either a 3.0 L or 2.5 L GR series V6 engine. Both engines offer dual VVT-i with gasoline direct injection

Toyota Motor Corporation
, , , commonly known simply as Toyota and abbreviated as TMC, is a multinational automaker headquartered in Toyota, Aichi, Japan. In 2010, Toyota Motor Corporation employed 317,734 people worldwide, and was the world's largest automobile manufacturer by production.The company was founded by Kiichiro Toyoda in 1937 as a spinoff from his father's company Toyota Industries to

Toyota MZ engine
The Toyota MZ engine family is a V6 piston engine series. The MZ series has an aluminium engine block and aluminium alloy DOHC cylinder heads. The cylinders are lined with cast iron, and is of a closed deck design . The engine is a 60 degree V6 design

Toyota Noah
The Toyota Noah is an eight-seater MPV with two rear sliding doors built by Toyota Motor Company and sold only in Asia. A five-seater version without the third seat row is available . Its predecessor was the Toyota Liteace Noah

Toyota Opa
The Opa was the result of the V50 series Vista Ardeo wagon modified into a 5-door hatchback. The transmission shifter was relocated from the floor between the front seats to a location on the lower portion of the dashboard, allowing passengers to walk to the rear area from either front seat

Toyota Premio
The Toyota Premio is a compact sedan sold in Japan by Toyota as designated by Japanese regulations concerning exterior dimensions and engine displacement.

Toyota Previa
The Toyota Previa, also known as the Toyota Estima in Japan and the Toyota Tarago in Australia, is an MPV or multi-purpose vehicle produced by Toyota Motor Corporation since 1990

Toyota Prius
The Toyota Prius is a full hybrid electric mid-size hatchback, formerly a compact sedan developed and manufactured by the Toyota Motor Corporation

Toyota Production System
The Toyota Production System is an integrated socio-technical system, developed by Toyota, that comprises its management philosophy and practices. The TPS organizes manufacturing and logistics for the automobile manufacturer, including interaction with suppliers and customers

Toyota Publica
The Toyota Publica was a small car manufactured by the Japanese automaker Toyota from 1961 to 1978. Conceived as a family car to fulfil the requirements of the "national car concept", it was the smallest Toyota car during that period and was superseded in that role by the Toyota Starlet, which itself started out as a version of the Publica

Toyota R engine
The Toyota R family was a series of straight-4 gasoline engines. Designed for longitudinal use in such vehicles as the Celica and Hilux and in production from 1953 through 1995, use faded out as many of Toyota's mainstream models moved to front-wheel drive

Toyota Racing Development
Toyota Racing Development or TRD is the in-house tuning shop for all Toyota, Lexus, and Scion cars. TRD is responsible both for improving street cars for more performance and supporting Toyota's racing interests around the world. TRD produces various tuning products and accessories, including performance suspension components, superchargers, and wheels

Toyota RAV4
The Toyota RAV4 is a compact crossover SUV from Toyota. It was the first compact crossover SUV, introduced in Japan and Europe in 1994 and beginning sales in North America in 1996

Toyota Revo
For other uses, see Revo.The Toyota Revo is an Asian Sport Utility Vehicle produced by Toyota since 1998. The development started in 1997 and sold in 1998. It shares the same chassis platform with the corresponding Hilux and Hiace

Toyota Sienna
The Toyota Sienna is a family minivan currently manufactured by Toyota at Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana in Princeton, Indiana, United States for the North American market. It replaced the first-generation Previa van in 1997 with a more conventional front wheel drive layout and shares a heavily revised platform with the Camry

Toyota Starlet
The Toyota Starlet is a small automobile manufactured by Toyota from 1973 to 1999, replacing the Publica, but retaining the Publica's "P" code and generation numbering. The Starlet was marketed as the Publica in some Toyota export markets.-40 Series:

Toyota Supra
The Toyota Supra is a sports car/grand tourer that was produced by Toyota Motor Company from 1979 to 2002. The styling of the Toyota Supra was derived from the Toyota Celica, but it was both longer and wider. Starting in mid-1986, the Supra became its own model and was no longer based on the Celica

Toyota T100
The Toyota T100 was a full-sized pickup truck introduced by Toyota in late 1992 as a 1993 calendar year vehicle.

Toyota Tercel
The Tercel is a subcompact manufactured from 1978 to 2000 across five generations, in five body configurations — sized between the Corolla and the Starlet

Toyota Tundra
The Toyota Tundra is a full-size pickup truck introduced by Toyota in the year 2000. It was widely considered to be the first full-size import-brand truck built with an American look and feel and a refined V8 engine. The Tundra was eventually nominated for the North American Truck of the Year award and was Motor Trend magazine's Truck of the Year in 2000 and 2008

Toyota Vios
The Toyota Vios is a 4-door subcompact sedan developed for the South East Asia, China, and Taiwan markets.Introduced in 2003, the Vios serves as a replacement of the Toyota Tercel , which filled the Asian subcompact market for a 1.5 litre, below the Toyota Corolla and Toyota Camry, both of which are also marketed in the region

Toyota Vista
The Toyota Vista is a compact car launched in 1982 as a sister nameplate to the Camry by Toyota in Japan. The name was introduced to tie in with the Toyota Vista dealership network, and launched around the same time

Toyota Vitz
The Toyota Vitz is a line of three- and five-door hatchback subcompact cars produced since 1998 by the Japanese automobile manufacturer Toyota. Now in its third generation, the name "Toyota Vitz" has been used consistently in Japan, with most international markets receiving the same vehicle under the Toyota Yaris name, or formerly as the Toyota Echo in some markets for the

Toyota ZZ engine
The Toyota ZZ engine family is a straight-4 piston engine series. The ZZ series uses an aluminum engine block and aluminum DOHC 4-valve cylinder heads, a first for Toyota. The camshafts are chain-driven. The two 1.8 L members of the family, the 1ZZ and 2ZZ, use different bore and stroke

TR-069 is a DSL Forum technical specification entitled CPE WAN Management Protocol

The Trabant is a car that was produced by former East German auto maker VEB Sachsenring Automobilwerke Zwickau in Zwickau, Sachsen. It was the most common vehicle in East Germany, and was also exported to countries both inside and outside the communist bloc

Trabeculectomy is a surgical procedure used in the treatment of glaucoma to relieve intraocular pressure by removing part of the eye's trabecular meshwork and adjacent structures. It is the most common glaucoma surgery performed and allows drainage of aqueous humor from within the eye to underneath the conjunctiva where it is absorbed

Traben Bass Company
Traben Bass Company is an electric bass manufacturer based in Clearwater, FL. The company was started by Tracy Hoeft and Ben Chafin, and the name is a contraction of their first names . The company is a subsidiary of Hanser Holdings International, and as such is affiliated with companies such as B.C

Trace (linear algebra)
In linear algebra, the trace of an n-by-n square matrix A is defined to be the sum of the elements on the main diagonal of A, i.e.,

Traces is a collection of short stories written by British sci-fi author Stephen Baxter. Unlike similar collections such as Vacuum Diagrams and Phase Space, it is not related to any particular series by Baxter .The book contains the following short stories:Traces is a collection of short

TracFone Wireless
TracFone Wireless or TracFone is a prepaid mobile phone provider and is a subsidiary of Mexican América Móvil, it provides service in the United States, Puerto Rico and the United States Virgin Islands.- History :

Trachodon is a dubious genus of hadrosaurid dinosaur based on teeth from the Campanian-age Upper Cretaceous Judith River Formation of Montana, U.S.A

Track ballast
Track ballast forms the trackbed upon which railway sleepers or railroad ties are laid. It is packed between, below, and around the ties. It is used to facilitate drainage of water, to distribute the load from the railroad ties, and also to keep down vegetation that might interfere with the track structure. This also serves to hold the track in place as the trains roll by

Track brake
Track brakes are a form of brakes unique to railborne vehicles. The braking force derives from the friction resulting from the application of wood or metal braking shoes directly to the tracks

Track circuit
A track circuit is a simple electrical device used to detect the absence of a train on rail tracks, used to inform signallers and control relevant signals.- Principles and operation :

A trackball is a pointing device consisting of a ball held by a socket containing sensors to detect a rotation of the ball about two axes—like an upside-down mouse with an exposed protruding ball. The user rolls the ball with the thumb, fingers, or the palm of the hand to move a cursor

Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus
The Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus is the only book-length philosophical work published by the Austrian philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein in his lifetime. It was an ambitious project: to identify the relationship between language and reality and to define the limits of science

Traction engine
A traction engine is a self-propelled steam engine used to move heavy loads on roads, plough ground or to provide power at a chosen location. The name derives from the Latin tractus, meaning 'drawn', since the prime function of any traction engine is to draw a load behind it

A tractor is a vehicle specifically designed to deliver a high tractive effort at slow speeds, for the purposes of hauling a trailer or machinery used in agriculture or construction

Tractor vaporising oil
Tractor vaporising oil is a fuel for internal combustion engines, produced from paraffin . In the United Kingdom and Australia, after the Second World War, it was commonly used for tractors until diesel engines became commonplace

Tractrix is the curve along which a small object moves, under the influence of friction, when pulled on a horizontal plane by a piece of thread and a puller that moves at a right angle to the initial line between the object and the puller at an infinitesimal speed. It is therefore a curve of pursuit

Trade is the transfer of ownership of goods and services from one person or entity to another. Trade is sometimes loosely called commerce or financial transaction or barter. A network that allows trade is called a market. The original form of trade was barter, the direct exchange of goods and services

Trade union
A trade union, trades union or labor union is an organization of workers that have banded together to achieve common goals such as better working conditions. The trade union, through its leadership, bargains with the employer on behalf of union members and negotiates labour contracts with employers

Trade wind
The trade winds are the prevailing pattern of easterly surface winds found in the tropics, within the lower portion of the Earth's atmosphere, in the lower section of the troposphere near the Earth's equator

Trading card
A trading card is a small card, usually made out of paperboard or thick paper, which usually contains an image of a certain person, place or thing and a short description of the picture, along with other text

Trading stamp
Trading stamps are small paper coupons given to customers by merchants in loyalty marketing programs that predate the modern loyalty card. These stamps had no value individually, but when a customer accumulated a number of them, they could be exchanged with the trading stamp company for premiums, such as toys, personal items, housewares,

Traditional districts of Denmark
The traditional districts of Denmark differ from the country's administrative country subdivisions, as their existence and extent are usually not defined by law

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