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Tajikistan , officially the Republic of Tajikistan , is a mountainous landlocked country in Central Asia. Afghanistan borders it to the south, Uzbekistan to the west, Kyrgyzstan to the north, and China to the east.

Taka (boat)
Taka is a traditional small boat, typical of the Black Sea shores of Turkey where they are primarily, but not exclusively, built and used. They can be used in fishing or for carrying small loads and a limited number of passengers. Although not very fast, they are well-balanced and resistant and are especially well-suited for the thick waves of the Black Sea

Takara (band)
Takara is an American rock band, formed in 1987. Throughout the years, Takara has frequently changed their look and line-up. The only band member still standing is guitarist Neal Grusky.-1980s - Early days:

A take is a single continuous recorded performance. The term is used in film and music to denote and track the stages of production.-Film:In cinematography, a take refers to each filmed "version" of a particular shot or "setup"

Take a Bow
Take a Bow may refer to:* Bowing, a social gesture* Take a Bow , a British children's television series* Take a Bow , by Greg Laswell* "Take a Bow" * "Take a Bow"

Take a Bow (Rihanna song)
"Take a Bow" is a song by Barbadian recording artist Rihanna, taken from the re-release, Good Girl Gone Bad: Reloaded , of her third studio album Good Girl Gone Bad . The song was written and produced by Tor Erik Hermansen, Mikkel Eriksen and Shaffer Smith, under their stage names Stargate and Ne-Yo

Take a Bow (TV Show)
Take a Bow is a children's television series shown regularly on CBeebies. It is a celebration of children's performing talents across the UK and features children performing in a landmark from around their area. The performances are varied and shot in the style of a pop video

Take a Chance
Take a Chance is a direct-to-video 2006 comedy film directed by John Lyde. It stars Corbin Allred, Kirby Heyborne, Lara Everly, RaeAnn Christensen, Bobby Swenson, David Nibley, Carrie Stringfellow, Frank Gerrish, Sheryl Lee Wilson, and Caitlin Meyer.

Take a Chance
Take a Chance may refer to:In film, television and theatre:* Take a Chance , a silent comedy directed by Hal Roach* Take a Chance , a film adapted from the 1932 musical , starring James Dunn

Take a Chance (1918 film)
-Cast:* Harold Lloyd* Snub Pollard* Bebe Daniels* William Blaisdell* Sammy Brooks* Harry Burns* Billy Fay* James A. Fitzgerald* William Gillespie* Lew Harvey* Wallace Howe* Bud Jamison* Dee Lampton* Belle Mitchell* William Petterson* Ethel Tyrono

Take a Chance (1932 musical)
Take a Chance is a musical with lyrics by B. G. De Sylva and music by Nacio Herb Brown and Richard A. Whiting, and book by De Sylva and Laurence Schwab.-Background:

Take a Chance (TV series)
Take a Chance was a Canadian quiz show by Roy Ward Dickson adapted from radio. It was one of the first series on CTV when the network began in 1961

Take a Look (song)
Take a Look, is a single released in 1988 by British band Level 42 from the album Staring at the Sun. It reached #32 on the UK Singles Chart.-Personnel:Mark King - Bass/VocalsMike Lindup - Keyboards/VocalsGary Husband - DrumsAlan Murphy - Guitars

Take Away
Take Away is a 2003 Australian comedy movie, written by Dave O'Neil, who also features as a minor character, and Mark O'Toole. It stars Vince Colosimo, Stephen Curry, Rose Byrne and Nathan Phillips

Take Back
"Take Back" is Japanese R&B singer Kumi Koda's debut single. It is her only single to date not to make the Oricon Top 50.-Japanese CD:#Take Back #Your Song #Take Back 3#Take Back

Take Charge
Take Charge is a government program that provides free family planning and pregnancy prevention services to low-income residents of Washington State. The program expands Medicaid coverage for family planning services to individuals whose income is 200% or lower than the federal poverty level

Take Control
"Take Control" is a song by American R&B singer-songwriter Amerie from her third studio album, Because I Love It . Written by Cee-Lo Green, Mike Caren, and Amerie and released as the album's lead single in late 2006, the Caren-produced track contains excerpts from Brazilian musician Tom Zé's 1970 song "Jimmy, Renda-se", written by Tom Zé and Valdez, and elements of Hall & Oates'

Take Control (disambiguation)
"Take Control" is a song by Amerie.Take Control or Taking Control may also refer to:* "Take Control", a song by BKS* "Take Control", a song by Culture Club from Kissing to Be Clever* "Take Control", a song by DJ BoBo

Take Five
"Take Five" is a jazz piece written by Paul Desmond and performed by The Dave Brubeck Quartet on their 1959 album Time Out. Recorded at Columbia's 30th Street Studios in New York City on June 25, July 1, and August 18, 1959, this piece became one of the group's best-known records, famous for its distinctive, catchy saxophone melody and use of the unusual quintuple time, from

Take Five (album)
Take Five Live is a 1961 live album by the American jazz singer Carmen McRae, focusing on the songs composed by Dave Brubeck. This was McRae's second album with Brubeck, their first, Tonight Only with the Dave Brubeck Quartet was released in 1960.

Take Five (XM)
Take Five was the name of XM Satellite Radio's women's talk & entertainment. It was launched in the Fall of 2005 as XM's attempt to reach out to potential female subscribers. It heavily touted itself as the home of The Ellen DeGeneres Show and The Tyra Banks Show's audio simulcasts

Take Heart
Take Heart is a 1979 album by Juice Newton on Capitol Records. The album contains five charting country hits, including Newton's top-40 version of '"Sunshine".- Track listing :#"Sunshine" #"Keep Holding On"

Take It Away
Take It Away may refer to:*Take It Away, song by Karmin* "Take It Away" , song by Paul McCartney from his 1982 album Tug of War* "Take It Away" , song by The Used from their 2004 album In Love and Death

Take It Away
Take It Away may refer to:*Take It Away, song by Karmin* "Take It Away" , song by Paul McCartney from his 1982 album Tug of War* "Take It Away" , song by The Used from their 2004 album In Love and Death

Take it Easy
Take It Easy is an abstract strategy board game created by Peter Burley. It can be characterized as a spatial bingo-like game, and has been published by Ravensburger and subsequently by several other publishers since 1983. Each player gets a board with places for 19 hexagon tiles to place in a hexagon shape

Take It Easy
"Take It Easy" is the title of a song written by Jackson Browne and Glenn Frey, and most famously recorded by the Eagles . It was the band's first single, released on May 1, 1972. It also was the opening track on the band's debut album Eagles and it has become one of their signature songs, included on all of their live and compilation albums

Take It from Me
"Take It from Me" is the title of a song co-written and recorded by Canadian country music artist Paul Brandt for his 1996 debut album Calm Before the Storm

Take It Like A Man (Dragonette song)
"Take It Like A Man" is a 2007 single, and was the second to be released by Canadian group Dragonette. "Take It Like a Man" also featured on the band's debut album Galore.

Take Me To Your Leader (Incubus song)
"Take Me To Your Leader" is the first single released in 1996 by the alternative rock band Incubus from their debut album Fungus Amongus in 1995.

Take Off
"Take Off" is the first official single from Young Dro's second studio album P.O.L.O. . The song features Yung L.A. and is produced by Raz for Beat Billionaires. The song was leaked on November 11, 2008, but was officially released on iTunes on March 17, 2009.-Music video:The video was shot on April 3, 2009

Take Out
Take Out is a 2007 short film written by Screenwriter and Producer Bill Hall, with Jonathan Budine as the Director, Producer and Editor. The short introduces Mary Ann Emerson, appearing in her first lead role, and includes veteran New York City actor Alexis Suarez. Scream Queen Debbie Rochon also appears in a cameo role

Take Root
Take Root, a non-profit organization established on a grant from the United States Department of Justice, is the first missing-child organization ever founded by former abducted children

Take the Cake
Take the Cake was a live, interactive game show on BET. The one-hour program featured interactive games where the viewers could win cash prizes. The show aired from 12 midnight - 1 a.m. Eastern every Monday night through Friday night

Take the fifth
Take the fifth may refer to:*Taking the Fifth, the act of refusing to testify under oath in a court of law on the grounds that the answers that would be given would incriminate the person under oath

Take The High Road (Elemeno P song)
"Take The High Road" is the second single by Elemeno P from their self-titled third studio album Elemeno P. It was released on 17 March, 2008.

Take the Lead (Wanna Ride)
"Take the Lead " is a single by American hip hop group Bone Thugs-n-Harmony and Puerto Rican reggaeton duo Wisin & Yandel, released on March 21, 2006 by Republic Records and Universal. It features Fatman Scoop and Melissa Jiménez, and was released from the soundtrack to the 2006 film Take the Lead

Take This to Your Grave
Take This to Your Grave is the second studio album by American rock band Fall Out Boy. It is the group's first release under the Fueled by Ramen label and was released on May 6, 2003. The album title is taken from a line from the lyrics of the track "The Patron Saint of Liars and Fakes", which reads "Take this to your grave, and I'll take it to mine"

Take Your Time
Take Your Time is the third and final album by Scatman John. Released six months before his death on December 3; although he suffered from lung cancer through most of the recording, he still managed to release the album.

Take Your Time (Do It Right)
"Take Your Time " is the first single by the SOS Band. In the USA, it reached the number one spot in the Hot R&B Songs charts and number three on the pop charts during the summer of 1980. The single was certified platinum by the RIAA for sales of two million copies

Takeaway can refer to:* Take-out food* The Takeaway , an American public radio morning news show* Turnover * Turnover * Subtraction—an alternative name

Takedown or take down may refer to:*Takedown , a book by John Markoff and Tsutomu Shimomura about the capture of Kevin Mitnick**Track Down, a 2000 film based thereon, known also as Takedown

Taken, also known as Steven Spielberg Presents Taken, is a science fiction miniseries which first aired on the Sci-Fi Channel in 2002 and won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Miniseries

Taken (band)
Taken was an American melodic hardcore/metalcore band from California that played a similar style to bands like This Day Forward and Thrice. Although they were sometimes considered melodic hardcore, their style was frequently more technical than that and more comparable to melodic metalcore

Taken (disambiguation)
Taken may refer to:*Taken , a science fiction miniseries which first aired on the Sci-Fi Channel in 2002*Taken , a 2008 motion picture starring Liam Neeson

Taken (film)
Taken is a 2008 action thriller film produced by Luc Besson, starring Liam Neeson, Maggie Grace, and Famke Janssen. The screenplay is written by Besson and Robert Mark Kamen, and was directed by Pierre Morel

Takeoff is the phase of flight in which an aerospace vehicle goes from the ground to flying in the air.For horizontal takeoff aircraft this usually involves starting with a transition from moving along the ground on a runway. For balloons, helicopters and some specialized fixed-wing aircraft , no runway is needed

Takeover (disambiguation)
Takeover is a business termTakeover may also refer to:*Nick Schulman, known as Nick "The Takeover" Schulman, the poker player*IRC takeover, an IRC term*Takeover , a song by rapper Jay-Z*Takeover Radio, a British radio station

Takers is a 2010 crime film directed by John Luessenhop from a story and screenplay written by Luessenhop, Gabriel Casseus, Peter Allen, John Rogers, and Avery Duff. It features an ensemble cast that includes Matt Dillon, Chris Brown, Idris Elba, T.I., Jay Hernandez, Paul Walker, Hayden Christensen, and Zoë Saldaña

Takes is the third studio album by British singer/songwriter Adem. It is a covers album, consisting primarily of covers of 90s pop/alternative tracks.-Track listing:

Taki (India)
Taki is a town and a municipality under Hasnabad police station of Basirhat subdivision in North 24 Parganas district in the Indian state of West Bengal.-Geography:Taki is located at . It has an average elevation of 5 metres .-Culture:

Taksi was a Jurchen chieftain and father of Nurhaci, founder of the Qing Dynasty, and the fourth son of Giocangga. A member of the Gioro clan, he was killed in an attack on Gure by a rival Jurchen chieftain Nikan Wailan in 1582. His temple name was Xiǎnzǔ

Tala may refer to:* Samoan tālā, the monetary unit of Samoa* Tala , a DC Comics supervillainess of the Phantom Stranger* Tala , the goddess of stars in Tagalog mythology* Tala , a rhythmic pattern in Indian classical music

Talapoins are the two species of Old World monkeys classified in genus Miopithecus. They live in central Africa and their range extends from Cameroon and the Democratic Republic of the Congo to Angola.

-Places:*Talas River Kyrgyzstan and Karakhstan;*Talas Valley*Talas Alatau*Talas , an ancient Silk Road city in Kazakhstan*Talas, Kyrgyzstan, a modern town in Central Asia*Talas Province, Kyrgyzstan

Tale may refer to:*Cautionary tale, a traditional story told in folklore, to warn its hearer of a danger*Fairy tale, a fictional story that usually features folkloric characters and enchantments*Folk tale, a story passed-down within a particular population, which comprises the traditions of that culture

Tale of the Tape
The Tale of the Tape is a rock album by Billy Squier that was released in 1980. It was his first solo album, following two albums with the band Piper

Talent can refer to:*Talent *Aptitude, a talent is a group of aptitudes useful for some activity, talents may refer to aptitudes themselvesEntertainment*A show-business personality or group of them

Talent (1978 play)
Talent is a play written by Victoria Wood, first performed in 1978. It centres around two friends, one of whom is about to enter a talent contest in a run down nightclub. Commissioned for the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, it received much acclaim and transferred to a London run in 1979. That same year a television adaptation was broadcast

Talent management
Talent management refers to the skills of attracting highly skilled workers, of integrating new workers, and developing and retaining current workers to meet current and future business objectives. Talent management in this context does not refer to the management of entertainers

Tales can refer to:*the plural of tale*Tales , a series of role-playing games*Tales , an album by Marcus Miller*Tales of Silversleeve, an album by Cathy Davey*Tales of the Unexpected , an Anglia television series

Talin (disambiguation)
Talin may refer to:*Talin, a city in Armenia*Talin , a village in Armenia*Talin , the protein that connects integrin to the cytoskeleton*Thaumatin, a flavoring

Talin (Verin Talin)
Talin is a town in the Aragatsotn Province of Armenia.

Talis is a Latin adjective meaning "such, of such a sort", and may refer to:*Talis , a football player for Beitar Jerusalem*Talis , a genus of moths of the Crambidae family*Talis bag, a bag in which to carry one's talis

Talis Group
Talis Group Ltd. is a software company based in Birmingham, England that develops a Semantic Web application platform and a suite of applications for the education, research and library sectors

Talisman have several meanings:*TalismanBooks and novels* The Talisman , a historical novel by Sir Walter Scott* The Talisman , a novel by Stephen King and Peter Straub

A talisman is an amulet or other object considered to possess supernatural or magical powers.

Talisman (album)
Talisman was the self-titled 1st studio album by Swedish hard rock band Talisman released in February 1990 on Airplay/Vinylmania in Sweden.