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Terpsichore
In Greek mythology, Terpsichore "delight of dancing" was one of the nine Muses, ruling over dance and the dramatic chorus. She lends her name to the word "terpsichorean" which means "of or relating to dance". She is usually depicted sitting down, holding a lyre, accompanying the dancers' choirs with her music. She is sometimes said to be the mother of the Sirens by Achelous

Terpsichore (Petipa/Pugni)
Terpsichore - is a ballet in 1 Act. Choreography by Marius Petipa. Music by Cesare Pugni. First presented by the Imperial Ballet on November 15/27 , 1861, for the Imperial court at the theatre of Tsarskoe Selo in St. Petersburg, Russia.-Notes:*This ballet was based on the Greek Myth of Terpsichore.

Terra (album)
Terra is the debut full-length album by Norwegian/Swedish progressive metal band Cronian. The album was sporadically recorded through 2004 and 2005, with the two members of the band separated by their countries most of the time. The album was released in Europe on March 27th, 2006, and on April 18th 2006 in North America.-Track listing:#"Diode Earth" – 5:00 Terra is the debut full-length album by Norwegian/Swedish progressive metal band Cronian. The album was sporadically recorded through 2004 and 2005, with the two members of the band separated by their countries most of the time. The album was released in Europe on March 27th, 2006, and on April 18th 2006 in North America.-Track listing:#"Diode Earth" – 5:00 Terra is the debut full-length album by Norwegian/Swedish progressive metal band Cronian. The album was sporadically recorded through 2004 and 2005, with the two members of the band separated by their countries most of the time. The album was released in Europe on March 27th, 2006, and on April 18th 2006 in North America.-Track listing:#"Diode Earth" – 5:00 (Oystein G

Terra (film)
Battle for Terra, originally screened as Terra, is a 2007 computer animated science fiction film, based on a short film of the same name about a peaceful alien planet which faces destruction from colonization by the displaced remainder of the human race

Terra (Hainish cycle)
Terra or Earth plays a role in the Hainish Cycle of science fiction novels by Ursula K. Le Guin. Humans are supposed to be descendents of colonists from a planet called Hain

Terra firma
Terra firma is a Latin phrase meaning "solid earth" . The phrase refers to the dry land mass on the earth's surface and is used to differentiate from the sea or air.Terra Firma may also refer to:

Terra Firma (band)
Terra Firma is a Swedish stoner metal band which was formed by Fredrik Lindgren after leaving Unleashed and with Lord Chritus a.k.a. Christian Lindersson, who used to sing in the Swedish band Count Raven and Los Angeles based band Saint Vitus. Terra Firma would later break up and Fredrik would start a new band called Harms Way

Terra Firma (song)
"Terra Firma" is a song by English indie rock band Young Knives and is featured on their third studio album, Superabundance. The first single taken from the album, it was released on October 29, 2007 and reached a peak position of #43 in the UK Singles Chart.

Terra Firma (Tommy Emmanuel album)
Terra Firma is an album by Australian musician Tommy Emmanuel and his brother, Phil Emmanuel.It was re-released by Sony International along with Determination in 2004.-Track listing:# "Back on the Terra Firma"# "Love Gone West"

Terra incognita
Terra incognita or terra ignota is a term used in cartography for regions that have not been mapped or documented. The expression is believed to be first seen in Ptolemy’s Geography circa 150 CE

Terra Incognita (album)
Terra Incognita is the debut album released by French death metal band Gojira.According to text on the album inlay, the title refers to the area inside of each man, where, according to Hindu legend, Brahma hid the divinity that he had taken from humanity for the punishment of its abuse

Terra incognita (disambiguation)
Terra incognita is regions that have not been mapped or documented.Terra incognita may also refer to:* Terra Incognita * Terra Incognita * Terra Incognita

Terra Incognita (short story)
"Terra Incognita" is a short story written in Russian by Vladimir Nabokov that was first published in the émigré journal Posledniya Novosti in Paris in 1931

Terra Nova (blog)
Terra Nova is a collaborative blog for academics and professionals in game studies. It focuses primarily on the study of virtual worlds.Started in 2003 by Edward Castronova, Julian Dibbell, Dan Hunter, and Greg Lastowka, Terra Nova initially focused heavily on research and questions surrounding real money trading in online virtual worlds.Coverage has expanded to include impacts

Terrace
A terrace may refer to:*Terrace , a leveled surface*Terrace , a raised flat platform*Terrace , a step-like landform that borders a shoreline or river floodplain

Terrace (stadium)
A terrace or terracing in sporting terms refers to the traditional standing area of a sports stadium, particularly in the United Kingdom and Ireland

Terrain
Terrain, or land relief, is the vertical and horizontal dimension of land surface. When relief is described underwater, the term bathymetry is used

Terrain (disambiguation)
Terrain may refer to:* Terrain* Terrain , French academic publication* Terrain mask , in aviation* Terrain park, an outdoor area that contains terrain that allows snowboarders and skiers to do tricks

Terrain (journal)
Terrain is a French academic journal of ethnology, social and cultural anthropology . Each issue is entirely devoted to a specific theme

Terram
Terram is a geosynthetics company dedicated to the supply of geosynthetic materials to the worldwide construction industry . Since the company's inception in the late 1960s as part of ICI Fibres, the Terram range of products has grown to meet the demands of the civil engineering industry

Terrapin
A terrapin is a turtle living in fresh or brackish water.Terrapin may also refer to:* Terrapin , a transport vehicle used for amphibious assault by the Allies during the Second World War

Terrapin (song)
"Terrapin" is a song by Syd Barrett that appears as the first track off his first solo album The Madcap Laughs and is notably the sole representative from that album that appears on The Peel Session

Terrarium (book)
Terrarium, ISBN 0-812-55380-2 is a 1985 science fiction novel by essayist Scott Russell Sanders published by Tor science fiction.-Plot:

Terrene
Terrene is a Seattle-based musical project fronted by songwriter John Dylan. Experimenting with lush soundscapes, guitar effects, samples, and pop structures, Terrene has featured a rotating lineup over the years with Dylan being the only constant. Terrene is currently a solo project for Dylan

Terrestrial
Terrestrial refers to things related to land or the planet Earth.Terrestrial may also refer to:* Terrestrial animal, an animal that lives on land opposed to living in water, or sometimes an animal that lives on or near the ground, as opposed to in trees etc.** A fishing fly that simulates the appearance of a land insect is referred to as a terrestrial fly.* Terrestrial plant,

Terrible
Terrible may refer to:*French ship Le Terrible, sixteen ships of the French Navy*HMS Terrible, eight British Royal Navy ships*The Terrible, the ship used by privateer William Death in 1756

Terrier
A terrier is a dog of any one of many breeds or landraces of terrier type, which are typically small, wiry, very active and fearless dogs. Terrier breeds vary greatly in size from just a couple of pounds to over 70 pounds and are usually categorized by size or function

Terrier (disambiguation)
A terrier is a type of dog. It may also refer to:Places:* Saint-Loup-Terrier, a commune in the Ardennes department in northern FrancePeople:* David Terrier , a French football defenderIn fiction:

Terrier (novel)
Terrier is a young adult fantasy novel by Tamora Pierce, the first book in the Provost's Dog trilogy and the fifteenth book set in the Tortall Universe. It tells the story of Rebakah "Beka" Cooper, the ancestor of George Cooper from Song of the Lioness and Alianne from Trickster's Choice and Trickster's Queen

Terrified
Terrified is the seventh album Quiet Riot recorded for Charles Band's movie Dollman vs. Demonic Toys, and was released on Moonstone Records, the soundtrack off-shoot of Band's film company Full Moon Entertainment.It features bassist Kenny Hillery, former mate of DuBrow and Cavazo's in the band Heat

Territoriality (nonverbal communication)
Territoriality is a term associated with nonverbal communication that refers to how people use space to communicate ownership/occupancy of areas and possessions . The anthropological concept branches from the observations of animal ownership behaviors

Territory
Territory may refer to:* Territory , a non-sovereign geographic region**States and territories of Australia, administrative subdivisions of Australia**British Overseas Territories

Territory (novel)
Territory is a fantasy western or Weird West novel by Emma Bull, published in 2007. It placed 4th in the 2008 Locus Poll Award for Best Fantasy Novel

Territory (song)
"Territory" is Sepultura's sixth official single, and the last of three to be taken from the album Chaos A.D., released in 1993. Like most of the band's singles, the song is one of the band's best-known songs and remains a concert staple to this day.

Terror
Terror may refer to:*Fear, an emotional response to threats and danger*Terror, a political strategy of the asymmetrical use of threats and violence against enemies using means that fall outside the routine forms of political struggle operating within some current regime*Terrorism, the fact of performing acts of terror, as defined above.*Horror and terror, literary and psychological

Terror
Terror, from the Latin verb terrere meaning "to frighten".The emotion of terror is an extreme form of fear that results in paralysis of the will

Terror (Bottom episode)
Terror is the second episode of the third series of British television sitcom, Bottom. It was first broadcast on 13 January 1995.-Synopsis:One night, Eddie answers the door, and is greeted by a group of children playing Trick or Treat. When he fails to give them any sweets, they "trick" him by ramming a toy trident into his crotch

Terror (comics)
Terror, in comics, may refer to:*Terror , a supervillain from The Tick comic books, cartoon, and live-action TV series*Terror , a fictional Marvel Comics character originated in the 1940s by Timely Comics

Terrorist (album)
-Track listing:*All Lyrics & Music By Nattefrost, except where noted.# "Nekronaut " – 3:28# "Black Metal Suicide " – 2:12# "Hellcommander" – 4:16# "Terrorist" – 2:56

Terrors
Terrors is an EP released by D'espairsRay on July 21, 2001. Due to quick sales within a small amount of time, a second pressing was released a year later, along with their EP Sexual Beast

Terry
Terry is:* A surname from the medieval Norman given name Thierry, cognate of the English Derek* A male given name transferred back from the surname, or a diminutive of Terence or of any of its alternative forms

Terry (book)
Terry is a pictorial biography of Terry Fox written by Canadian author Douglas Coupland in 2005 to commemorate the 25th anniversary of Fox's death in 1981.-Overview:

Terry (Kirsty MacColl song)
"Terry" is a song by Kirsty MacColl, released as a single in October 1983, and charting at #82 in the UK the following month. It was her first release after returning to Stiff Records, and was the last in a run of poorly-selling singles released between "There's a Guy Works Down the Chip Shop Swears He's Elvis" and "A New England".Just over a year later, in January 1985, Tracey Ullman

Terry (song)
Terry is a song written and performed by British singer Lynn Ripley, AKA Twinkle. It was her first single, and reached number 4 in the UK Singles Chart in December 1964, spending fifteen weeks in the charts

Terrycloth
There are two types of terry fabrics# Towell Terry is a [woven] fabric with long loops that can absorb large amounts of water. Its content is usually 100% cotton, but may sometimes contain polyester.

Tersus
Tersus Visual Programming Platform is a general purpose software development platform that enables the development of applications, mainly rich web applications, by drawing flow diagrams instead of writing code

Tertiary
The Tertiary is a deprecated term for a geologic period 65 million to 2.6 million years ago. The Tertiary covered the time span between the superseded Secondary period and the Quaternary

Tertium quid
Tertium quid refers to an unidentified third element that is in combination with two known ones. The phrase is associated with alchemy. It is Latin for "third thing", a translation of the Greek tríton ti . The Greek phrase was used by Plato , and by Irenæus

Tertius
Tertius is Latin word for "third", or "concerning the third".-In law:The term is used in contract law to refer to an interested third party not privy to a contract

Teru (musician)
Teruhiko "Teru" Kobashi is the vocalist of Japanese rock band GLAY. He married singer Ami Onuki from pop group PUFFY in April 2002, and she gave birth to their daughter in March 2003

Terza rima
Terza rima is a rhyming verse stanza form that consists of an interlocking three-line rhyme scheme. It was first used by the Italian poet Dante Alighieri.-Form:Terza rima is a three-line stanza using chain rhyme in the pattern A-B-A, B-C-B, C-D-C, D-E-D

Terzi
Terzi is a surname. People with this surname include:*Aleardo Terzi , illustrator and poster artist*Amedeo John Engel Terzi , illustrator, brother of Aleardo*Antonia Terzi , aerodynamicist*Claudio Terzi, , footballer

TES
Tes may refer to:* Tés, a village in Hungary* Tes River, a river in Mongolia* Tes, Uvs, a district in Mongolia's Uvs Province* Tes, Zavkhan, a district in Mongolia's Zavkhan Province* Teş, a village in Brestovăţ Commune, Timiş County, Romania

TES (protein)
Testin also known as TESS is a protein that in humans is encoded by the TES gene located on chromosome 7. TES is a 47 kDa protein composed of 421 amino acids found at focal adhesions and is thought to have a role in regulation of cell motility. In addition to this, TES functions as a tumour suppressor

Teslascope
A Teslascope is a radio transceiver that was alleged to have been invented by Nikola Tesla for the purpose of communicating with life on other planets

Tessa (novel)
Tessa was a novel published by Margit Sandemo in 1997, though it was completed by 1970. She had originally planned to publish it as a serial in a Norwegian weekly magazine, but the editors of magazine abandoned it

Tessellation
A tessellation or tiling of the plane is a pattern of plane figures that fills the plane with no overlaps and no gaps. One may also speak of tessellations of parts of the plane or of other surfaces. Generalizations to higher dimensions are also possible. Tessellations frequently appeared in the art of M. C

Tessera
A tessera is an individual tile in a mosaic, usually formed in the shape of a cube. It is also known as an abaciscus, abaculus, or, in Persian کاشي معرق. In antiquity, mosaics were formed from naturally colored pebbles, but by 200 BC purpose-made tesserae were being used

Tessera (disambiguation)
*"Tessera" is the number "4" in Greek. "τέσσερα"*A tessera is an individual tile in a mosaic.*Tesserae is the term for dice used in ancient Rome*The Tessera is the booklet of prayers of the Legion of Mary, a Catholic lay organization.

Tesserete
Tesserete is a village and former municipality in the canton of Ticino, Switzerland.In 1976 the neighboring municipality Campestro was incorporated into Tesserete.

Test
Test, TEST or Tester may refer to:* Test , an assessment intended to measure the respondents' knowledge or other abilities* Physical fitness test* Driving test* Performance test * Performance test

TEST (x86 instruction)
In the x86 assembly language, the TEST instruction performs a bitwise AND on two operands. The flags SF, ZF, PF, CF, OF and AF are modified while the result of the AND is discarded. There are 9 different opcodes for the TEST instruction depending on the type and size of the operands. It can compare 8-bit, 16-bit, 32-bit or 64-bit values

Test case
A test case in software engineering is a set of conditions or variables under which a tester will determine whether an application or software system is working correctly or not. The mechanism for determining whether a software program or system has passed or failed such a test is known as a test oracle

Test drive
A test drive is the driving of an automobile to assess its drivability, or roadworthiness, and general operating state. A person who tests vehicles for a living, either for an automobile company or a motorsports team, is called a test driver.

Test match
Test match in some sports refers to a sporting contest between national representative teams and may refer to:* Test cricket* Test match * Test match * Test match

Test match (rugby league)
A Test match in rugby league football is a representative match between teams representing members of the Rugby League International Federation.The definition of a Test match differs from that of an international match