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Now (Paul Rodgers album)
Now is the third studio album by English rock musician Paul Rodgers, of Free and Bad Company fame. Released on 17 June 1997, Now is Paul Rodgers' second solo work of original material, following 1983's Cut Loose

Now (The Dubliners album)
Now is an album by The Dubliners released in 1975. Following the departure of both Ciaran Bourke and Ronnie Drew in 1974, singer/guitarist Jim McCann joined Barney McKenna, Luke Kelly and John Sheahan as a member of The Dubliners to record this album, which Sheahan himself produced. The slight shift in personnel produced a more mellow sound

Now (The Tubes album)
Now is the third album released by The Tubes. It was partially produced by John Anthony. John Anthony left the project after a drug-induced breakdown, Bill Spooner took over and completed the project with the help of engineer Don Wood.

NOW (Zhou Bichang album)
NOW is the second studio album from Chinese singer and songwriter Zhou Bichang. It was released simultaneously with Zhou's third album WOW, on December 18, 2007.-Track listing:# "Liuyang River 2008" 浏阳河2008 - 4:05

Now and Then
-Film and television:* Now and Then , a 1995 comedy-drama* Now and Then, a 1979 Australian film starring Tony Barry* Now and Then Videoflow, a Canadian television program-Literature:* Now and Then

Now and Then (Michelle Wright album)
Now and Then is the third studio album by Canadian country music artist Michelle Wright, and was released on May 22, 1992 on Arista Records. "Take It Like a Man" is her highest-charting US single at #10 on Hot Country Singles & Tracks.- Track listing :

Now and Then (song)
"Now and Then" is the name given to an unreleased composition by John Lennon

Now and Then (South African series)
Now That's What I Call Music! And Then or Now And Then was released on February 16, 2004. The album is a special release with 35 timeless tracks from 1980-2001.-Disc 1:#Queen - "I Want to Break Free"#4 Non Blondes - "What's Up"

Nowa
Nowa may refer to the following places in Poland:*Nowa, Lower Silesian Voivodeship *Other places called Nowa

Nowe
Nowe is a town in Świecie County, Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland, with 6,270 inhabitants .

Nowhere
- Music :* Nowhere , an album by Ride* Nowhere: Music from the Gregg Araki Movie, a soundtrack album from the 1997 film * "Nowhere" , a song by Therapy?* "Nowhere", a song by 112 from Pleasure & Pain

Nowhere (song)
"Nowhere" is a song by Therapy? and a single released on January 17, 1994 on A&M Records. A remix CD was released a week later on January 24, 1994. The song is featured on the Troublegum album

Nox
Nox may refer to:* Nox , the Roman translation of Nyx, the primordial god of the night in Greek mythology.* Nox , a video game developed by Westwood Studios* Nox , a pop band from HungaryIn fiction

NOx
NOx is a generic term for the mono-nitrogen oxides NO and NO2 . They are produced from the reaction of nitrogen and oxygen gases in the air during combustion, especially at high temperatures

Noyant
Noyant is a commune in the Maine-et-Loire department in western France.

Noz
Noz may refer to:*Fest Noz*Bugul Noz*Nozstock Festival of Performing Arts*certain types of nitrogen oxides

NP
-Locations:* NP postcode area, Newport, United Kingdom* NP, country code for Nepal ** .np, the country code top level domain for Nepal* NP, anabbreviation for Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Singapore

NP (novel)
NP (N・P) is a novel written by Japanese author Banana Yoshimoto NP (N・P) is a novel written by Japanese author Banana Yoshimoto NP (N・P) is a novel written by Japanese author Banana Yoshimoto (吉本ばなな)in 1990 and translated into English in 1994 by Ann Sherif.-Book information:NP (English edition) by Banana Yoshimoto*Hardcover - ISBN 0-8021-1545-4, published by Grove Press

NPA
NPA may refer to:-Organizations and companies:* National PACE Association, an association in the United States that promotes home care for seniors* National park authority, a term used in the United Kingdom for the legal body in charge of a national park

NPTA
NPTA may refer to:*United States National Parent Teacher Association*National Postal Transport Association*National Paper Trade Association*National Progressive Taekwondo Association*National Property Taxpayers Association

NRA
NRA is an abbreviation that may mean:* National regulatory authorities , government agencies tasked with regulating and supervising sections of public service and economy

NRC
NRC may refer to:Research centres and other establishments* National Research Centre, Egypt* National Research Council * Nokia Research Center* United States National Research CouncilOther educational* National Resource Center, U.S

NRL (disambiguation)
-Sports leagues:*National Rugby League, the top professional league of Australasian rugby league football clubs*Newcastle Rugby League, one of the oldest rugby league competitions in Australia

NRL (gene)
Neural retina-specific leucine zipper protein is a protein that in humans is encoded by the NRL gene.-External links:*

NRN (disambiguation)
NRN is a three-letter acronym that may refer to:* NRN, a television station in Coffs Harbour, Australia* National Radio Network , a radio network in the United States* National Radio Network , a radio network in Japan

NSC
NSC is a three-letter acronym that may refer to:* National Safety Council, an American nonprofit organization* National Salvation Committee, a Ukrainian organization founded during the Orange Revolution

NSF
-Politics:* National Service Framework, any of a series of British government policies on medical care* National Socialist Front, a Swedish Nazi party* NS-Frauenschaft, the women's wing of the former German Nazi party

NT
- Places and geographical terms :* Northern Territory, Australia* Northwest Territories, Canada* New Territories, an area of land in Hong Kong* Saudi-Iraqi neutral zone, obsolete ISO 3166 code* Netherlands Antilles, FIPS PUB 10-4 territory code

Nu
Nu or NU may refer to:* Nu , a letter in the Greek alphabet: lowercase ν, uppercase Ν* Nu , the Japanese characters ぬ and ヌ* Nu , the male form of the Egyptian goddess Naunet

Nu (programming language)
Nu is an interpreted object-oriented programming language, with a Lisp-like syntax, created by Tim Burks as an alternative scripting language to program Mac OS X through its Cocoa application programming interface

Nuages
Nuages Jazz are an Ecuadorian-based jazz group performing mostly in Gypsy and Semitic motifs. They were voted the best jazz group in Ecuador and have released four albums so far.

Nuan
Nuan is a 2003 Chinese film directed by Huo Jianqi. The film won the Grand Prix at the 16th Tokyo International Film Festival. The film is an adaptation of author Mo Yan's short story, The White Dog and the Swing. The film is set in Maoyuan, a small and ancient village in Jiangxi.Nuan's production was delayed by the outbreak of SARS in 2002-2003, making it miss a

Nuance
Nuance is a small or subtle distinction. It can also refer to the following:*Nuance Communications, the name of a company that sells voice and productivity software solutions.*Nuance , the name of a 1980s dance music group.

Nubile
Nubile refers to a young woman who is ready or suitable for marriage by virtue of her age or maturity. In recent times it has also been used to refer to a sexually attractive young woman.-Etymology:

Nuclear
Nuclear may refer to:* Nuclear DNAIn physics:* Nuclear engineering* Nuclear physics* Nuclear power* Nuclear reactor technology* Nuclear weaponIn mathematics:* Nuclear space* Nuclear operator* Nuclear C*-algebra-See also:

Nuclear chemistry
Nuclear chemistry is the subfield of chemistry dealing with radioactivity, nuclear processes and nuclear properties.It is the chemistry of radioactive elements such as the actinides, radium and radon together with the chemistry associated with equipment which are designed to perform nuclear processes

Nuclear Energy (Henry Moore sculpture)
Nuclear Energy is a bronze sculpture by Henry Moore that is located on the campus of the University of Chicago at the site of world's first nuclear reactor, Chicago Pile-1. It is on Ellis Avenue, between the Max Palevsky West dormitory and the Regenstein Library. This site is located in the Hyde Park community area of Chicago in Cook County, Illinois, United States

Nuclear family
Nuclear family is a term used to define a family group consisting of a father and mother and their children. This is in contrast to the smaller single-parent family, and to the larger extended family. Nuclear families typically center on a married couple, but not always; the nuclear family may have any number of children

Nuclear physics
Nuclear physics is the field of physics that studies the building blocks and interactions of atomic nuclei. The most commonly known applications of nuclear physics are nuclear power generation and nuclear weapons technology, but the research has provided application in many fields, including those in nuclear medicine and magnetic resonance imaging, ion implantation in materials

Nuclear power
Nuclear power is the use of sustained nuclear fission to generate heat and electricity. Nuclear power plants provide about 6% of the world's energy and 13–14% of the world's electricity, with the U.S., France, and Japan together accounting for about 50% of nuclear generated electricity

Nuclear War (computer game)
Nuclear War is a single player turn-based strategy game developed by New World Computing and released for the Amiga in 1989 and later for MS-DOS. It presents a satirical, cartoonish nuclear battle between five world powers, in which the winner is whoever retains some population when everyone else on earth is dead.The introduction includes a homage to Dr

Nuclear War (disambiguation)
Nuclear War is battle in which nuclear weapons are used.Nuclear War may also refer to:*Nuclear War *Nuclear War *Nuclear War MUD, a text-based online role-playing game

Nuclear warfare
Nuclear warfare, or atomic warfare, is a military conflict or political strategy in which nuclear weaponry is detonated on an opponent. Compared to conventional warfare, nuclear warfare can be vastly more destructive in range and extent of damage

Nuclear winter
Nuclear winter is a predicted climatic effect of nuclear war. It has been theorized that severely cold weather and reduced sunlight for a period of months or even years could be caused by detonating large numbers of nuclear weapons, especially over flammable targets such as cities, where large amounts of smoke and soot would be ejected into the Earth's stratosphere.Similar climatic

Nuclear Winter (The Lonely Forest album)
Nuclear Winter is the first full length album by The Lonely Forest. It was released on August 4, 2007. The album is a concept album about the end of the world and the escape from destruction through space travel. It was written by The Lonely Forest with the lyrics and story by John Van Deusen. It was produced by Sam Winston and The Lonely Forest

Nucleon
In physics, a nucleon is a collective name for two particles: the neutron and the proton. These are the two constituents of the atomic nucleus. Until the 1960s, the nucleons were thought to be elementary particles

Nucleoside
Nucleosides are glycosylamines consisting of a nucleobase bound to a ribose or deoxyribose sugar via a beta-glycosidic linkage

Nucleosynthesis
Nucleosynthesis is the process of creating new atomic nuclei from pre-existing nucleons . It is thought that the primordial nucleons themselves were formed from the quark–gluon plasma from the Big Bang as it cooled below two trillion degrees

Nucleus
Nucleus may refer to:*Atomic nucleus, the very dense region at the center of an atom*Cell nucleus, the control center of a cell, which contains the cell's chromosomal DNA*Nucleus , a cluster of neurons in the central nervous system

Nucleus (video game)
Nucleus is a downloadable game on the PlayStation Store, also known as Bacterius on the Japanese PSN.-Gameplay:Nucleus is a puzzle-based shooting game with a dual stick control system similar to Robotron: 2084

Nuclide
A nuclide is an atomic species characterized by the specific constitution of its nucleus, i.e., by its number of protons Z, its number of neutrons N, and its nuclear energy state.

Nuda
Nuda is a class of comb jellies. As their name implies, they are distinguished from other comb jellies by the complete absence of tentacles. Nudans are found in all the world's oceans and seas, where they swim freely in the plankton.-Anatomy:

Nude (painting)
Nude is a painting by French impressionist Pierre-Auguste Renoir. It is oil on canvas, and it was painted in 1910. Estimated worth is about 10 million Euros. The painting is currently housed in the National Museum of Serbia in Belgrade. Painting was gifted to Serbian people by Prince Paul of Yugoslavia.- History :The painting was stolen in 1996 by an amateur Roma thief

Nude (song)
"Nude" is a song by the English rock band Radiohead, appearing as the third track on their 2007 album In Rainbows. The song was released as the second single from In Rainbows on 31 March 2008. "Nude" was written in 1997, and the band began to perform it live soon after. However, a recording was not included on any Radiohead album until 10 years later

Nudes (album)
Nudes is the fifth album and fourth studio album released by the folk rock band ThaMuseMeant in 2001. Percussionist Jeff Sussman left the band prior to the recording of this album, so it is just the original trio . Nudes is the shortest album Thamusemeant has ever released, at 37 minutes and 7 seconds

Nudge
Nudge may refer to:*The police* Nudge , an attention-getting feature in instant messaging software* "The Nudge", a nickname for rock star Ted Nugent* Nudge , a book on choice architecture by Richard Thaler and Cass R

Twelve-step program
A Twelve-Step Program is a set of guiding principles outlining a course of action for recovery from addiction, compulsion, or other behavioral problems

Twenty mule team
Twenty-mule teams were teams of eighteen mules and two horses attached to large wagons that ferried borax out of Death Valley from 1883 to 1889. They traveled from mines across the Mojave Desert to the nearest railroad spur, 165 miles away in Mojave, California

Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea
Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea is a classic science fiction novel by French writer Jules Verne published in 1870. It tells the story of Captain Nemo and his submarine Nautilus as seen from the perspective of Professor Pierre Aronnax

Twenty-eight mansions
The Twenty-eight Mansions , ', ' or ' are part of the Chinese constellations system. They can be considered as the equivalent to the zodiacal constellations in the Western astronomy, though the Twenty-eight Mansions reflect the movement of the Moon in a lunar month rather than the Sun in a solar year

Twenty-One Demands
The ' were a set of demands made by the Empire of Japan under Prime Minister Ōkuma Shigenobu sent to the nominal government of the Republic of China on January 18, 1915, resulting in two treaties with Japan on May 25, 1915.- Background :

Twenty-sixth Amendment to the United States Constitution
The Twenty-sixth Amendment to the United States Constitution limited the minimum voting age to no more than 18. It was adopted in response to student activism against the Vietnam War and to partially overrule the Supreme Court's decision in Oregon v. Mitchell

Twenty20
Twenty20 is a form of cricket, originally introduced in England for professional inter-county competition by the England and Wales Cricket Board , in 2003. A Twenty20 game involves two teams, each has a single innings, batting for a maximum of 20 overs. Twenty20 cricket is also known as T20 cricket

Twickenham Rowing Club
Twickenham Rowing Club was founded on July 26, 1860 and is jointly the third oldest of the rowing clubs on the River Thames

Twiggy
Lesley Lawson née Hornby known as Twiggy is an English model, actress, and singer. In the early-1960s she became a prominent British teenage model of swinging sixties London with others such as Penelope Tree.

TWiki
TWiki is a Perl-based structured wiki application, typically used to run a collaboration platform, knowledge or document management system, a knowledge base, or team portal

Twin Falls High School
Twin Falls High School is a high school in Twin Falls, Idaho, United States. It is one of two regular high schools operated by the Twin Falls School District.-School history:

Twin Peaks Tunnel
The Twin Peaks Tunnel is a long light rail transit/streetcar tunnel in San Francisco, California, United States, running under Twin Peaks. When it was opened on February 3, 1918, it was one of the longest railway tunnels in the world . It was the longest U.S

Twin Towers Correctional Facility
The Twin Towers Correctional Facility, also referred to in the media as Twin Towers Jail, is a complex erected in Los Angeles, California. In terms of physical size, but not in terms of capacity, it is the world's largest jail

Twin-lens reflex camera
A twin-lens reflex camera is a type of camera with two objective lenses of the same focal length. One of the lenses is the photographic objective or "taking lens" , while the other is used for the viewfinder system, which is usually viewed from above at waist level

Twix
Twix is a chocolate bar made by Mars, Inc., consisting of a biscuit finger, topped with caramel and coated in milk chocolate. Being somewhat smaller in width than other confectionery bars, Twix bars are typically packaged in pairs

Twiztid
Twiztid is an American hip hop duo from Warren, Michigan. The group is composed of Jamie Spaniolo and Paul Methric, who perform under the respective personas of Jamie Madrox and Monoxide Child

Two and a Half Men
Two and a Half Men is an American television sitcom that premiered on CBS on September 22, 2003. Starring Charlie Sheen, Jon Cryer, and Angus T. Jones, the show was originally about a hedonistic jingle writer, Charlie Harper; his uptight brother, Alan; and Alan's growing son, Jake

Two for the Lions
-Plot introduction:Set in Rome and Tripolitania between December AD 73 and May AD 74, Two for the Lions stars Marcus Didius Falco, Informer and Imperial Agent

Two Treatises of Government
The Two Treatises of Government is a work of political philosophy published anonymously in 1689 by John Locke

Two-liter bottle
The two-liter bottle is a common container for soft drinks. These bottles are produced from polyethylene terephthalate, also known as PET plastic, using the blow molding process. Bottle labels consist of a printed, tight-fitted plastic sleeve

Two-photon excitation microscopy
Two-photon excitation microscopy is a fluorescence imaging technique that allows imaging of living tissue up to a very high depth, that is up to about one millimeter. Being a special variant of the multiphoton fluorescence microscope, it uses red-shifted excitation light which can also excite fluorescent dyes. However for each excitation, two photons of the infrared light are absorbed

Two-port network
A two-port network is an electrical circuit or device with two pairs of terminals connected together internally by an electrical network

Two-state solution
The two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is the consensus solution that is currently under discussion by the key parties to the conflict, most recently at the Annapolis Conference in November 2007

Two-stroke cycle
A two-stroke engine is an internal combustion engine that completes the process cycle in one revolution of the crankshaft

Two-way radio
A two-way radio is a radio that can both transmit and receive , unlike a broadcast receiver which only receives content. The term refers to a personal radio transceiver that allows the operator to have a two-way conversation with other similar radios operating on the same radio frequency

Twycross Zoo
Twycross Zoo is an zoo near the village of Twycross in Leicestershire, close to the border of Warwickshire . The zoo claims the largest collections of monkeys and apes in the World, and in 2006 re-launched itself as "Twycross Zoo – The World Primate Centre."The zoo attracts around 500,000 visitors a year

TXCN
Texas Cable News is a regional 24-hour cable news television network based in Dallas, Texas. The service is owned by Belo Corporation, and operates out of the Belo campus in downtown Dallas.

Ty Warner
H. Ty Warner is an American toy manufacturer and businessman. He is chairman, CEO, sole owner and founder of Ty Inc., which manufactures and distributes Beanie Babies, Beanie Baby 2.0s, Ty Girlz, Pluffies , LI'L Ones, Beanie Boos and other plush items

Tycho (crater)
Tycho is a prominent lunar impact crater located in the southern lunar highlands, named after the Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe . To the south is the crater Street; to the east is Pictet, and to the north-northeast is Sasserides. The surface around Tycho is replete with craters of various sizes, many overlapping still older craters

Tycho Brahe
Tycho Brahe , born Tyge Ottesen Brahe, was a Danish nobleman known for his accurate and comprehensive astronomical and planetary observations

Tyco Toys
Tyco Toys is an American toy manufacturer. Since 1997 it has been a division of the Mattel toy company.-History:Mantua Metal Products was a Woodbury Heights, New Jersey, metalworks business founded in 1926 by John Tyler and family

Tygart Valley River
The Tygart Valley River — also known as the Tygart River — is a principal tributary of the Monongahela River, approximately long, in east-central West Virginia, USA

Tyger
Tyger is an archaic spelling of tiger, which is still retained as the name of various things and people named after the animal:*"The Tyger", a poem by William Blake*Tyger , sailed by Adriaen Block in his voyage to North America

Tyler Perry
Tyler Perry is an American actor, director, playwright, entrepreneur, screenwriter, producer, author, and songwriter. Perry wrote and produced many stage plays during the 1990s and early 2000s. In 2005, he released his first film, Diary of a Mad Black Woman

Tyler Perry's House of Payne
Tyler Perry's House of Payne is an American comedy-drama television series created and produced by playwright, director, and producer Tyler Perry. The show revolves around a multi-generational family living under one roof in Atlanta, Georgia led by patriarch Curtis Payne and his wife Ella

Tyler Walker
Tyler Lanier Walker is a Major League Baseball relief pitcher who is currently pitching for the LongIsland Ducks Of The Atlantic League. He is an alumnus of San Francisco University High School and University of California, Berkeley

Tylototriton
Tylototriton is a genus of newt known as crocodile newts. There are eight known species in this genus.-Species:* Black Knobby Newt * Hainan Knobby Newt

Tympanoplasty
Tympanoplasty is the surgical operation performed for the reconstruction of the eardrum and/or the small bones of the middle ear .-Classification:

Tyndall
Tyndall is the name of an English family taken from the land they held as tenants in chief of the Kings of England and Scotland in the 11th, 12th and 13th centuries: Tynedale, or the valley of the Tyne, in Northumberland

Tyndall effect
The Tyndall effect, also known as Tyndall scattering, is light scattering by particles in a colloid or particles in a fine suspension. It is named after the 19th century physicist John Tyndall. It is similar to Rayleigh scattering, in that the intensity of the scattered light depends on the fourth power of the frequency, so blue light is scattered much more strongly than red light

Tyne Bridge
The Tyne Bridge is a through arch bridge over the River Tyne in North East England, linking Newcastle upon Tyne and Gateshead. It was designed by the engineering firm Mott, Hay and Anderson, who later designed the Forth Road Bridge, and was built by Dorman Long and Co. of Middlesbrough. At the time of its construction it was the world's longest single span bridge

Tyne Tees Television
Tyne Tees Television is the ITV television franchise for North East England and parts of North Yorkshire. As of 2009, it forms part of a non-franchise ITV Tyne Tees & Border region, shared with the ITV Border region

Tyne Tunnel
The Tyne Tunnel is a the name given to two two-lane toll vehicular tunnels under the River Tyne in North East England. Completed in 1967 and 2011 respectively, they connect the town of Jarrow on the south bank of the river with North Shields and Howdon on the north

Tyneside Irish Brigade
The Tyneside Irish Brigade was a British First World War infantry brigade of Kitchener's Army, raised in 1914. Officially numbered the 103rd Brigade, it contained four Pals battalions from Newcastle-upon-Tyne, largely made up of men of Irish extraction

Type 38 rifle
The is a bolt-action rifle. For a time it was the standard rifle of the Japanese infantry. It was known also as the Type 38 Year Meiji Carbine in Japan. An earlier, similar weapon was the Type 30 Year Meiji Rifle, which was also used alongside it. Both of these weapons were also known as the Arisaka, after the inventor.It used the Japanese designed 6.5×50mm Arisaka calibre cartridge

Type 42 destroyer
The Type 42 or Sheffield class, are guided missile destroyers used by the British Royal Navy and the Argentine Navy. The first ship of the class was ordered in 1968 and launched in 1971, and today three ships remain active in the Royal Navy and one in the Argentinian Navy

Type 44 Cavalry Rifle
The Type 44 Cavalry Rifle is a Japanese bolt-action rifle. This rifle is also often referred to as a Type 44 Carbine. It was a development of the Arisaka Type 38 Cavalry Rifle, the main difference being the bayonet is a needle type and it can be folded backwards and locks underneath the barrel

Type 93 torpedo
The Type 93 was a -diameter torpedo of the Imperial Japanese Navy , launched from surface ships. It is commonly referred to as the Long Lance by most modern English-language naval historians, a nickname given it after the war by Samuel E. Morison, the chief historian of the U.S

Type 94 8 mm Pistol
The Nambu Type 94 8 mm Pistol was a small and light-weight semi-automatic pistol, produced in large numbers by Japan prior to and during the Second World War.-History:

Type 99 Light Machine Gun
The was a light machine gun used by the Imperial Japanese Army in World War II. -History and development:The Type 96 Light Machine Gun, an improvement over the previous Type 11 Light Machine Gun was introduced into combat service in 1936, and quickly proved to be a versatile weapon to provide covering fire for advancing infantry

Type 99 Rifle
The was a bolt-action rifle of the Arisaka design used by the Imperial Japanese Army during World War II.-History:During the Second Sino-Japanese War in the 1930s, the Japanese soon found that the 8×57mm IS cartridge the Chinese used was superior to the 6.5×50mm cartridge of the Type 38 rifle, necessitating the development of a new weapon to replace the outclassed Type 38

Typewriter
A typewriter is a mechanical or electromechanical device with keys that, when pressed, cause characters to be printed on a medium, usually paper. Typically one character is printed per keypress, and the machine prints the characters by making ink impressions of type elements similar to the pieces of cast metal type used in movable type letterpress printing

Typhoid fever
Typhoid fever, also known as Typhoid, is a common worldwide bacterial disease, transmitted by the ingestion of food or water contaminated with the feces of an infected person, which contain the bacterium Salmonella enterica, serovar Typhi

Typography
Typography is the art and technique of arranging type in order to make language visible. The arrangement of type involves the selection of typefaces, point size, line length, leading , adjusting the spaces between groups of letters and adjusting the space between pairs of letters

Tyramine
Tyramine is a naturally occurring monoamine compound and trace amine derived from the amino acid tyrosine. Tyramine acts as a catecholamine releasing agent

Tyrannosaurus
Tyrannosaurus meaning "tyrant," and sauros meaning "lizard") is a genus of coelurosaurian theropod dinosaur. The species Tyrannosaurus rex , commonly abbreviated to T. rex, is a fixture in popular culture. It lived throughout what is now western North America, with a much wider range than other tyrannosaurids

Tyrant
A tyrant was originally one who illegally seized and controlled a governmental power in a polis. Tyrants were a group of individuals who took over many Greek poleis during the uprising of the middle classes in the sixth and seventh centuries BC, ousting the aristocratic governments.Plato and Aristotle define a tyrant as, "one who rules without law, looks to his

Tyrian purple
Tyrian purple , also known as royal purple, imperial purple or imperial dye, is a purple-red natural dye, which is extracted from sea snails, and which was possibly first produced by the ancient Phoenicians

Tyrin Turner
Tyrin Turner is an American actor who has appeared in movies since 1989. Turner is best known for playing the main character, Caine "Kaydee" Lawson, in the 1993 film Menace II Society. He also has made guest appearances on television shows such as Chicago Hope and Hangin' with Mr

Tyrrell Racing
The Tyrrell Racing Organisation was an auto racing team and Formula One constructor founded by Ken Tyrrell which started racing in 1958 and started building its own cars in 1970. The team experienced its greatest success in the early 1970s, when it won three drivers' championships and one constructors' championship with Jackie Stewart

Tyrrhenian Sea
The Tyrrhenian Sea is part of the Mediterranean Sea off the western coast of Italy.-Geography:The sea is bounded by Corsica and Sardinia , Tuscany, Lazio, Campania, Basilicata and Calabria and Sicily .

Tyson Foods
Tyson Foods, Inc. is a multinational corporation based in Springdale, Arkansas, that operates in the food industry. The company is the world's second largest processor and marketer of chicken, beef, and pork only behind Brazilian JBS S.A., and annually exports the largest percentage of beef out of the United States

Tyson Gay
Tyson Gay is an American track and field sprinter. His primary events are the 100 meters and 200 meters. His personal bests establish him as the second fastest athlete in the 100 meters and the fifth fastest athlete in the history of the 200 meters, with times of 9.69 and 19.58 seconds respectively.Gay has won

Tysyatsky
Tysyatsky was a military leader in Ancient Rus, who commanded a people's volunteer army called тысяча

Tyvek
Tyvek is a brand of flashspun high-density polyethylene fibers, a synthetic material; the name is a registered trademark of DuPont. The material is very strong; it is difficult to tear but can easily be cut with scissors or a knife

Tzu Chi
The Tzu Chi Foundation, whose name means "compassionate relief," is an international humanitarian organization and the largest non-governmental organization in the Chinese-speaking world.

 
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