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Tattoo (2002 film)
-Plot:Marc Schrader, a rookie cop caught red-handed with drugs in a police raid of an illegal rave, joins a homicide investigation conducted by Chief Inspector Minks. The victim is a naked young woman with the skin stripped off her back, killed as she staggered into traffic.As Schrader and Minks investigate the murder, the case is complicated by a finger found in the stomach of the victim

Tattoo (album)
Tattoo was the fourth studio album released by Rory Gallagher. The original version contained nine tracks, all of which were written by Rory Gallagher

Tattoo (David Allan Coe album)
Tattoo is an album released by country musician David Allan Coe. It was released in 1977 on Columbia.-Track listing:All Songs written by David Allan Coe except where noted.#"Just to Prove My Love for You" – 2:25#"Face to Face" – 2:33

Tattoo (Mike Oldfield song)
"Tattoo" is a single by musician Mike Oldfield, released in 1992. It is from the album Tubular Bells II. There were two singles released for "Tattoo", one being called the Live at Edinburgh Castle EP.- CD single :# "Tattoo" – 3:41

Tattoo (song)
"Tattoo" is a song by American recording artist Jordin Sparks, taken from her self-titled debut album. Written by Amanda Ghost, Ian Dench and StarGate, with the latter also producing the song, "Tattoo" was released on August 27, 2007 as the lead single from the album."Tattoo" received mixed to positive reviews from critics, who noted its similarities to Beyoncé's 2006 hit,

Tatuagem
"Tatuagem" is a poem written by the Brazilian singer, composer, dramatist and writer Chico Buarque de Holanda and the Brazilian film director, screenwriter, film editor, and actor Ruy Guerra, for the stageplay Calabar . The poem was transformed into a song by Buarque, who recorded it on his album Chico Canta

Tau
Tau is the 19th letter of the Greek alphabet. In the system of Greek numerals it has a value of 300.The name in English is pronounced , but in modern Greek it is

Tau
Tău may refer to several villages in Romania:* Tău, a village in Roşia de Secaş Commune, Alba County* Tău, a village in Zau de Câmpie Commune, Mureş County

Taunt
A taunt is a battle cry, a method in hand-to-hand combat, sarcastic remark, or insult intended to demoralize the recipient, or to anger them and encourage reactionary behaviors without thinking. Taunting can exist as a form of social competition to gain control of the target's cultural capital

Taupe
Taupe is a dark grayish-brown color. The word "taupe" derives from the Latin name for the European Mole, Talpa europaea.Originally, this referred only to the average color of the French mole, but like the colors pink and lavender, the name expanded to encompass a wide range of varying shades.Taupe is a vague, unscientific color

Taurasi (wine)
Taurasi and Taurasi riserva are red, still Italian wines based principally on the Aglianico grape variety produced in the Province of Avellino in the Campania region. They were awarded Denominazione di Origine Controllata status in 1970 and Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita status in 1993

Tauris (disambiguation)
Tauris was the name of Crimea in Antiquity.Tauris may also refer to:* 814 Tauris, minor planet orbiting the Sun* Tauris, Iran, now called Tabriz* I.B. Tauris, independent publishing house with offices in London and New York

Taurus
Taurus is Latin for "Bull" and may refer to:* Taurus , one of the constellations of the zodiac* Bull , the mythological references around Taurus* Taurus , the astrological sign* Bos taurus, a species of cattle

Taurus (comics)
Taurus is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe.-Cornelius Van Lunt:Cornelius Van Lunt was a multimillionaire businessman, and professional criminal mastermind. He was also the founder and financer of the original Zodiac cartel, chose its eleven other leaders, and succeeded Marcus Lassiter, the original Aries as the Zodiac's overall leader

Tausug
The Tausūg or Suluk people are an ethnic group of Sulu and Malaysia. The term Tausūg was derived from two words tao and sūg meaning "people of the current", referring to their homelands in the Sulu Archipelago

Taut
A taut object is one under tension.Taut is also a surname, and may refer to:* Bruno Taut , prolific German architect, urban planner and author* Max Taut , German architectTAUT, an acronym, may refer to:

Tautology
Tautology may refer to:*Tautology , using different words to say the same thing even if the repetition does not provide clarity. Tautology also means a series of self-reinforcing statements that cannot be disproved because the statements depend on the assumption that they are already correct.*Tautology , a technical notion in formal logic, universal unconditioned

Tava (soft drink)
Tava was a carbonated beverage fortified with vitamins and minerals, released by PepsiCo in the first half of 2008. It was marketed exclusively on the web.

Tavern
A tavern is a place of business where people gather to drink alcoholic beverages and be served food, and in some cases, where travelers receive lodging.

Taverna (disambiguation)
-Other uses:*Taverna, a place serving Greek cuisine*Taverna, an Italian word for a popular restaurant*taveRNA, a software suite for nucleic acids*Taverna workbench, an open source workflow management system for designing and executing workflows-See also:

Taw
Taw may refer to:* Taw , the twenty-second letter in many Semitic alphabets* Taw , the collection of all cardinal numbers* the shooter marble in a game of marbles* The River Taw in Devon, England* a method to produce white leather

Tawny
Tawny is often used as a feminine given or assumed name; it means the colour tawny, a pale orange-brown, or yellow-brown colour.Notable people with the name include:* Tawny Cypress , American actress

Tawny-breasted Tinamou
The Tawny-breasted Tinamou Nothocercus julius is a type of ground bird found in montane moist forest. Their range is northwestern South America.-Taxonomy:

Tawse
The tawse, sometimes formerly spelled taws is an implement used for corporal punishment

Tax
To tax is to impose a financial charge or other levy upon a taxpayer by a state or the functional equivalent of a state such that failure to pay is punishable by law. Taxes are also imposed by many subnational entities

Tax haven
A tax haven is a state or a country or territory where certain taxes are levied at a low rate or not at all while offering due process, good governance and a low corruption rate.

Tax return
A tax return is a tax form that can be filed with a government body to declare liability for taxation in various countries:* Tax return * Tax return * Tax return * Tax return

Tax shield
A tax shield is the reduction in income taxes that results from taking an allowable deduction from taxable income. For example, because interest on debt is a tax-deductible expense, taking on debt creates a tax shield

Taxi
Taxi and similar words may refer to:* Taxicab, for transportation* Taxiing, moving an aircraft on the ground under its own power- Similar words :* Taxis:

TAXI (A&R)
TAXI is an Independent A&R company, based in Calabasas, CA, that was founded in 1992 by music veteran Michael Laskow with the intent of helping songwriters, artists, bands, and composers get their music heard by record labels, music publishers, and supervisors of film/TV projects.- Annual Membership :Taxi has over 10,000 members in all 50 States and in over 90 countries

Taxi (chocolate)
Taxi is the name of a chocolate biscuit sold under the McVitie's biscuit brand. It is produced by United Biscuits, a European food manufacturer. A Taxi is made from layers of wafer, caramel, and chocolate creme, and is covered in chocolate.

Taxi (Gibraltar band)
Taxi is a Gibraltarian pop rock band founded in 2005 after the break-up of Melon Diesel. After the quintet's break-up, its members dissolved into two different bands: Taxi and Area 52

Taxi (Portuguese band)
Taxi are a Portuguese rock band, influenced by ska and new wave. Formed in 1979, their first hit was Chicklet", turning them into one of the most successful Portuguese rock bands in the first half of the eighties

Taxi (song)
"Taxi" is a song written and performed by Harry Chapin from his 1972 album Heads and Tales. Chapin debuted the song on NBC's The Tonight Show in 1972 which was followed by many calls and telegrams sent from viewers to NBC demanding that Chapin return to the show

Taxi Driver (1954 film)
Taxi Driver is a 1954 Hindi movie produced by Navketan Films. The film is directed by Chetan Anand and stars his brother Dev Anand , Dev's wife to be Kalpana Kartik and Johnny Walker. The film's music director is S. D

Taxidermy (Abney Park album)
Taxidermy is an album with gothic rock and industrial dance by Abney Park. The album is a collection of new versions of songs from past albums, some live tracks and two covers.-Track listing:#"The Wake "#"New Black Day"

Taxidermy (disambiguation)
Taxidermy is the stuffing and mounting of dead animals.Taxidermy may also refer to:*Taxidermy , 2000*Taxidermy , 2005*Taxidermy , a song by White Lies

Taximeter
A taximeter is a mechanical or electronic device installed in taxicabs and auto rickshaws that calculates passenger fares based on a combination of distance travelled and waiting time

Taxman
"Taxman" is a song written by George Harrison released as the opening track on The Beatles' 1966 album Revolver. Its lyrics attack the high levels of progressive tax taken by the British Labour government of Harold Wilson.-Composition:

Taxon
|thumb|270px|[[African elephants]] form a widely-accepted taxon, the [[genus]] LoxodontaA taxon is a group of organisms, which a taxonomist adjudges to be a unit. Usually a taxon is given a name and a rank, although neither is a requirement

Tay
-People:* Warren Tay, British ophthalmologist** Tay-Sachs disease, named after Warren Tay* Tay, nickname of the basketball player Tayshaun Prince* Tay Zonday, singer* Tay people, an ethnic group in Vietnam* Arturo Tay Mexican Filmmaker-Places:

Tay
-People:* Warren Tay, British ophthalmologist** Tay-Sachs disease, named after Warren Tay* Tay, nickname of the basketball player Tayshaun Prince* Tay Zonday, singer* Tay people, an ethnic group in Vietnam* Arturo Tay Mexican Filmmaker-Places:

Taylor
- People :* Taylor , a Scottish/English surname* Taylor , the given name of a male or female* See also List of people with surname Taylor* Taylor Lautner star of Twilight- Australia :* Electoral district of Taylor, state electoral district

Taylor (Amtrak station)
The Taylor Amtrak station is a train station in Taylor, Texas, United States served by Amtrak, the national railroad passenger system. The unstaffed station consists of a small pavilion with picnic tables and shares a plot of land with a Union Pacific Yard Office.Of the 19 Texas stations served by Amtrak, Taylor was the 13th-busiest in FY2010, boarding or detraining an average of

Taylor (given name)
Taylor is a given name derived from the English occupational surname Taylor. The surname took its meaning from the Middle English word tailor, meaning "one who cuts cloth."

Taylor (song)
"Taylor" is a song written and sung by Jack Johnson. It was the third single from his album On and On. Ben Stiller is featured in the extended version of the music video for the song.It peaked at No. 33 in New Zealand and No. 27 in Australia.-Charts:

Taylor (surname)
Taylor is a surname in the English language which originated as an occupational surname in England The name is derived from the Old French tailleur, which is in turn derived from the Late Latin taliator, from taliare meaning "to cut"

TB
-Music:*Tenor and bass, a score for male chorus*The Beatles, the English rock band, the most lauded and successful group in the history of modern music**The Beatles , the tenth album by the above band, also known as the White Album

TBD
TBD is an abbreviation often meaning in ordinary writing "to be discussed" "to be done", "to be defined", "to be decided", "to be determined", etc

Tbilisi
Tbilisi is the capital and the largest city of Georgia, lying on the banks of the Mt'k'vari River. The name is derived from an early Georgian form T'pilisi and it was officially known as Tiflis until 1936

TC
TC, T.C., Tc, Tc, tc, tC, or .tc may refer to:- Medicine and biology :* Testicular Cancer* Therapeutic Community, a treatment program for addictions, personality disorder or other mental problems* Total Cholesterol

TCAP (gene)
Telethonin is a protein that in humans is encoded by the TCAP gene.-Interactions:Telethonin has been shown to interact with Titin, MYOZ1 and ANKRD2.- External links :*

Tchotchke
Tchotchke are small toys, gewgaws, knickknacks, baubles, lagniappes, trinkets, or kitsch. The term has a connotation of worthlessness or disposability, as well as tackiness, and has long been used by Jewish-Americans and in the regional speech of New York City.The word may also refer to swag, in the sense of the logo pens, key rings, and other promotional freebies dispensed at trade

TCP
-Computing:* Transmission Control Protocol, one of the core protocols of the Internet protocol suite* Telephony Control Protocol, protocol included in the Bluetooth protocol stack

TDR (journal)
TDR: The Drama Review is a peer-reviewed academic journal focusing on performances in their social, economic, aesthetic, and political contexts. The journal covers dance, theatre, music, performance art, visual art, popular entertainment, media, sports, rituals, and performance in politics and everyday life.TDR:The Drama Review was founded in 1955 by Robert W

TE
Te or TE may refer to or be used for:* Te , a letter in the Cyrillic alphabet* Te , a Japanese kana* te, the ISO 639-1 language code for Telugu language* Tight end, a position in American football

Te Reo (TV)
Te Reo is a New Zealand TV station broadcasting programmes exclusively in the Māori language with no advertising or subtitles. It also broadcasts special tribal programming and offers particular focus on new programming for the fluent audience.

Tea
Tea is an aromatic beverage prepared by adding cured leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant to hot water. The term also refers to the plant itself. After water, tea is the most widely consumed beverage in the world

Tea (meal)
Tea can refer to any of several different meals or mealtimes, depending on a country's customs and its history of drinking tea. However, in those countries where the term's use is common, the influences are generally those of the former British Empire

Tea bag
A tea bag is a small, porous sealed bag containing tea leaves and used for brewing tea. Tea bags are commonly made of paper, silk or plastic. The bag contains the tea leaves while the tea is brewed, making it easier to dispose of the leaves, and performs the same function as a tea infuser

Tea caddy
A tea caddy is a box, jar, canister, or other receptacle used to store tea.The word is believed to be derived from catty, the Chinese pound, equal to about a pound and a third avoirdupois. The earliest examples that came to Europe were of Chinese porcelain, and approximated in shape to the ginger-jar. They had lids or stoppers likewise of china, and were most frequently blue and white

Tea ceremony
A tea ceremony is a ritualised form of making tea. The term generally refers to either chayi Chinese tea ceremony, chado Japanese tea ceremony, tarye Korean tea ceremony. The Japanese tea ceremony is more well known, and was influenced by the Chinese tea ceremony during ancient and medieval times. One can also refer to the whole set of rituals, tools, gestures, etc

Tea cosy
A tea cosy is a cover for a teapot, traditionally made of cloth or wool, which is used to insulate the tea, keeping it warm while it brews. Cloth tea cosies often have padded inserts, which can be removed and washed separately.Tea cosies are often available in matching sets with other items such as tablecloths, oven gloves, or aprons

Tea party
A tea party is a formal, ritualized gathering for afternoon tea.Formal tea parties are often characterized by the use of prestige utensils, such as bone china or silver. The table is made to look its prettiest, with cloth napkins and matching cups and plates. In addition to tea, larger parties may provide punch, or in cold weather, hot chocolate

Tea Party (play)
Tea Party is a play written by Harold Pinter, which Pinter adapted from his own 1963 short story of the same title. As a screenplay, it was commissioned by the European Broadcasting Union, directed by Charles Jarrott, and first transmitted on BBC Television in the programme The Largest Theatre in the World on 25 March 1965