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Tensor
Tensors are geometric objects that describe linear relations between vectors, scalars, and other tensors. Elementary examples include the dot product, the cross product, and linear maps. Vectors and scalars themselves are also tensors. A tensor can be represented as a multi-dimensional array of numerical values

Tent
A tent is a shelter consisting of sheets of fabric or other material draped over or attached to a frame of poles or attached to a supporting rope. While smaller tents may be free-standing or attached to the ground, large tents are usually anchored using guy ropes tied to stakes or tent pegs

Tent (album)
Tent is an album by The Nits. It was released in 1979 by Columbia Records.-About the album:Tutti Ragazzi, released on the 23 February 1980, reached the place 31 in the Dutch top 40.-Side A:#Tent – 2:07 #A to B; C to D – 3:01

Tent peg
A tent peg is a spike, usually with a hook or hole on the top end, typically made from wood, metal, plastic, or composite material, pushed or driven into the ground for holding a tent to the ground, either directly by attaching to the tent's material, or by connecting to ropes attached to the tent

Tenta
Tenta is a town in northern Ethiopia. Located in the Debub Wollo Zone of the Amhara Region, Tenta has a latitude and longitude of with an elevation of 2972 meters above sea level. It is one of three towns in Tenta woreda.

Tentacle
A tentacle or bothrium is one of usually two or more elongated flexible organs present in animals, especially invertebrates. The term may also refer to the hairs of the leaves of some insectivorous plants. Usually, tentacles are used for feeding, feeling and grasping. Anatomically, they work like other muscular hydrostats

Tentacle (album)
-Track listing:All music composed by Masami Akita.

Tentacles (film)
Tentacles is a 1977 Italian-American horror film directed by Ovidio G. Assonitis and starring John Huston and Shelley Winters.- Plot :The tourist spot Ocean Beach has come under attack by a giant octopus, which captures human swimmers and picks clean the skeletons of flesh and bone marrow

Tente
Tente may refer to:* Tente International - A manufacturer of industrial casters and wheels* Tente - the toy brand of Educa Borras

Tente (Toys)
Tente was a line of construction toys created in 1972 by EXIN-LINES BROS S.A., a plastics and toy company based in Barcelona, Spain which ceased operation in 1993. Subsequently, the trademark and patents were acquired by EDUCA BORRAS, and as of 2008 the toy line appears to be discontinued

Tenth
Tenth can mean:* 10th, an ordinal number; as in the item in an order ten places from the beginning, following the ninth and preceding the eleventh.* 1/10, a fraction, one part of a unit divided equally into ten parts

Tenure
Tenure commonly refers to life tenure in a job and specifically to a senior academic's contractual right not to have his or her position terminated without just cause.-19th century:

Tenure (film)
Tenure is a 2009 American comedy film written and directed by Mike Million and starring Luke Wilson, David Koechner and Gretchen Mol. The film was produced by Paul Schiff and released by Blowtorch Entertainment as their first original production.

Teodor
Teodor is a masculine given name. In English, it is a cognate of Theodore. Teodor may refer to:* Herman Teodor Holmgren , Swedish architect* Ioan Teodor Callimachi , ruler of Moldavia

Teotl
Teotl is a central idea of Aztec religion. The Nahuatl term is often translated as "god", but it may have held more abstract aspects of the numinous or divine, akin to the Polynesian concept of Mana. In Pipil mythology Teotl is known merely as the creator and the father of life

Tepal
Tepals are elements of the perianth, or outer part of a flower, which include the petals or sepals. The term tepal is more often applied specifically when all segments of the perianth are of similar shape and color, or undifferentiated, which is called perigone

Tepal
Tepals are elements of the perianth, or outer part of a flower, which include the petals or sepals. The term tepal is more often applied specifically when all segments of the perianth are of similar shape and color, or undifferentiated, which is called perigone

Tequila
Tequila is a spirit made from the blue agave plant, primarily in the area surrounding the city of Tequila, northwest of Guadalajara, and in the highlands of the western Mexican state of Jalisco.

Tequila (album)
Tequila is the third full-length album by American hard rock band, Brand New Sin. This is the second album released on their current label, Century Media Records.A music video was filmed for "Motormeth"

Tequila (group)
Tequila was an Argentine-Spanish rock band based in Madrid , active between 1975 and 1983.- Members:* Alejo Stivel - Vocals* Ariel Rot - Guitar* Julian Infante - Guitar* Felipe Lipe - Bass* Manolo Iglesias - Drums-Discography:

Tera
Tera- is a prefix in the metric system denoting 1012 or .The prefix tera was was confirmed in 1960. In computer science tera can sometimes mean instead of , especially in the term terabyte. To avoid this ambiguity, the binary prefix tebi has been introduced to signify 240.

TERA
TERA is a shielded twisted pair connector for use with Category 7 twisted-pair data cables, developed by The Siemon Company and standardized in 2003 by International Electrotechnical Commission 61076-3-104.

Terabyte
The terabyte is a multiple of the unit byte for digital information. The prefix tera means 1012 in the International System of Units , and therefore 1 terabyte is , or 1 trillion bytes, or 1000 gigabytes. 1 terabyte in binary prefixes is 0.9095 tebibytes, or 931.32 gibibytes

Teragram
Teragram may refer to:* 1012 grams, equivalent to a megatonne. See Orders of magnitude * Teragram Corporation

Teramo (disambiguation)
Teramo may refer to:Places:* Teramo, a city in central ItalyNames:* Teramo Piaggio, Italian painter of the late-Renaissance* Jacobus de Teramo , medieval canon lawyer and bishop

Teratoma
A teratoma is an encapsulated tumor with tissue or organ components resembling normal derivatives of all three germ layers. There are rare occasions when not all three germ layers are identifiable

Terbium
Terbium is a chemical element with the symbol Tb and atomic number 65. It is a silvery-white rare earth metal that is malleable, ductile and soft enough to be cut with a knife

Tercel
Tercel may refer to:*Tercel, the traditional term for a male falcon*Toyota Tercel, a model of car

Terebinth
Terebinth refers to two similar species of the plant genus Pistacia:* Pistacia palaestina of the Asiatic Mediterranean region* Pistacia terebinthus of more westerly parts of the Mediterranean basin

Terem
Terem is a village in Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg county, in the Northern Great Plain region of eastern Hungary.-Geography:It covers an area of and has a population of 698 people .

Terence
Publius Terentius Afer , better known in English as Terence, was a playwright of the Roman Republic, of North African descent. His comedies were performed for the first time around 170–160 BC. Terentius Lucanus, a Roman senator, brought Terence to Rome as a slave, educated him and later on, impressed by his abilities, freed him

Terence (disambiguation)
Terence is a male given name, derived from the Latin name Terentius. The diminutive form is Terry.-Notable people with this name:*Terence, Latin playwright*Saint Terence, referring to one of several Christian figures sharing the name

Terephthalic acid (data page)
This page provides supplementary chemical data on Terephthalic acid, the organic compound and one of three isomeric phthalic acids, all with formula C6H42.- Material Safety Data Sheet :

Teres
Teres I , was the first king of the Odrysian state of Thrace. Teres, who united the 40 or more Thracian tribes under one banner, was well-known for his military abilities and spent much of his life on the battlefield. He died during a military campaign in 445 BC

Teres (disambiguation)
Teres is a Latin adjective meaning "rounded, polished smooth" and may refer to:Odrysian rulers:*Teres I, the first king of the Odrysian state of Thrace

Teresa
Teresa, Theresa, and Therese are feminine given names. The name is thought to be derived from the Greek verb θήρίζεἰν therizein, meaning to harvest.

Terima Kasih
Terima Kasih is album by the first winner of Indonesian Idol. It was released on late 2004.-Track listing:#"Karena Cinta "#"Yang Ku Tunggu "#"Ekspresi "#"Sobat "

Term
Term may refer to:*Term or terminology, a noun or compound word used in a specific context meaning*Term or terminal emulator, a program that emulates a video terminal

Termagant
In Medieval Europe, Termagant was the name given to a god that the Europeans believed Muslims worshipped.-Origin of the concept:European literature from the Middle Ages often referred to Muslims as pagans, with sobriquets such as the paynim foe

Terme
Terme is a town, the headquarters of Terme District, Samsun Province, Turkey. Scholars have identified Terme or its environs as the site of the ancient city of Themiscyra.‎

Terme (disambiguation)
Terme may refer to:*Terme, a town in Turkey*Terme District, a district in Turkey*Terme River, a river in Turkey*Gökçeören, a town in Turkey formerly called Terme*Terme section of Chianciano Terme, Italy

Terminal
- In travel and transport :*Airport terminal, a building at an airport*Bus terminal, a bus station*Container terminal, a facility which handles shipping containers and cargo*Ferry terminal, a docking facility for passenger, train and/or auto ferries

Terminal (band)
Terminal was an American rock band from Mansfield, Texas.-History:Formed in 1998 under the name Letter Twelve, the group signed to Tooth & Nail Records in 2004 and changed its name. The band's first, and only, release under this name was entitled How the Lonely Keep, and in 2005 they went on tour with labelmates Anberlin

Terminal (electronics)
A terminal is the point at which a conductor from an electrical component, device or network comes to an end and provides a point of connection to external circuits. A terminal may simply be the end of a wire or it may be fitted with a connector or fastener

Terminal (Xfce)
Terminal is Xfce's terminal emulator, replacing xterm as default. It takes advantage of Xfwm's built-in compositing to support true transparency.

Terminate
Terminate was a shareware modem terminal and host program for MS-DOS and compatible operating systems developed from the early to the late 1990s by the Dane Bo Bendtsen

Termination
Termination may refer to:In science:*Termination codon, in molecular biology*Termination factor, in genetics, part of the process of transcribing RNA

Terminator
-Science:*Terminator , the line between the day and night sides of a planetary body*Terminator , the end of a gene for transcription-Technology:*Terminator , a resistor at the end of a transmission line to prevent signal reflection

Terminator (character concept)
In the Terminator film series, a terminator is an autonomous robot, typically humanoid, originally conceived as a virtually indestructible soldier and assassin, as well as an infiltrator.

Terminator (comics)
Terminator, in comics, may refer to:* Terminator , one of the names used by the DC Comics character Deathstroke* Terminator , a member of Marvel Comics' Spaceknights

Terminator (terminal emulator)
Terminator is a GPL terminal emulator. It is available on Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Linux and other Unix X11 systems. Terminator will run on any modern POSIX system with Java 5 or later.

Terminator (video game system)
Terminator 2 was a video game console sold in Serbia, Croatia, Bulgaria, Romania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, India and Hungary . It was also sold in Spain

Termini (Rome Metro)
Termini is an underground station of the Rome Metro. The station was inaugurated on 10 February 1955, as a station on Line B and later became an interchange with Line A. The station is found in Piazza dei Cinquecento, under the Termini rail terminal

Terminology (artifact)
A terminology can be defined as a set of designations in a subject field.A simple example could be a list of words describing a category, such as "types of trees", "body parts".

Terminology (disambiguation)
Terminology may refer to:*Terminology, study of terms and their uses or discipline studying labelling of concepts*Terminology , set of designations

Terminus
Terminus is a Latin word that literally means boundary stone. It may also be used to describe the end of a road.Terminus may also refer to:*Terminus, the original name of Atlanta, Georgia, USA*Terminus , an office complex in Atlanta

Terminus (1986 video game)
Terminus is a video game by Mastertronic. It was released in 1986 for the ZX Spectrum, MSX and Amstrad CPC. The game is set inside a futuristic prison consisting of 512 screens. The purpose is to release Brain, the leader of a teenage gang called The Wanglers

Terminus (1987 film)
Terminus is a futuristic action film directed by Pierre-William Glenn.In a sort of "Mad Max" futuristic adventure, an international sport has been established where a driver of a computerized truck must drive across country to an established terminus and not be stopped by other vehicles

Terminus (Atlanta)
Terminus is a business and residential sub-district located in Buckhead, Atlanta, Georgia. The office component of the district is made up of Terminus 200 and Terminus 100. Terminus 100, at the corner of Peachtree Road and Piedmont Road, is the tallest building in Terminus at 485ft tall, and is the 18th-tallest building in Atlanta

Terminus (typeface)
Terminus is a monospaced bitmap font designed by Dimitar Zhekov. The font is designed with a goal to be easy on eyes during long hours in front of the computer screen

Termo
Termo may refer to:* A vacuum flask* Termo, California, USA

Terna (company)
Terna S.p.A. - Rete Elettrica Nazionale is a company based in Rome which owns and operates around 98% of the Italian high-voltage power transmission grid. Formerly a wholly owned subsidiary of Enel, the company was IPO-ed in 2004. Enel continues to hold around 5% of the firm, with the major shareholder being the state-controlled Cassa Depositi e Prestiti with approximately 30%

Terno
Terno , founded in 1953, is a Polish Romani music collective. Originally known as Kcham , Terno was founded by the Romani musician Edward Dębicki. It has performed in Poland and around Europe.

Terpene
Terpenes are a large and diverse class of organic compounds, produced by a variety of plants, particularly conifers, though also by some insects such as termites or swallowtail butterflies, which emit terpenes from their osmeterium. They are often strong smelling and thus may have had a protective function.They are the major components of resin, and of turpentine produced from resin