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Thick
Thick may refer to:* A "thick" person, someone lacking in intelligence * Thick physical body , from head-to-toe, including legs, arms, and upper body* Thick , 1999 fusion jazz album by Tribal Tech

Thick as Thieves (film)
Thick as Thieves is a 1998 film based on the novel of the same name by Patrick Quinn and adapted for the screen by Scott Sanders and Arthur Krystal, with Sanders then directing

Thickening
In cooking, thickening is the process of increasing the viscosity of a liquid either by reduction, or by the addition of a thickening agent, typically containing starch.

Thicket
A thicket is a very dense stand of trees or tall shrubs, often dominated by only one or a few species, to the exclusion of all others. They may be formed by species that shed large amounts of highly viable seeds that are able to germinate in the shelter of the maternal plants.In some conditions the formation or spread of thickets may be assisted by human disturbance of an area.Where

Thicket Tinamou
The Thicket Tinamou or Rufescent Tinamou, Crypturellus cinnamomeus, is a type of Tinamou commonly found in moist forests in subtropical and tropical Central Mexico

Thickness
Thickness may refer to:Thickness may refer to:* Thickness in graph theory* Thickness of layers in Geology* Thickness The difference in height between two atmospheric pressure levels* Thickness planer a woodworking machine

Thief (Apple II game)
Thief is a 1982 computer game created by Bob Flanagan and published by Datamost.-Summary:The game puts the player in control of a thief that must make his way through simple mazes in search of items to steal

Thieves (album)
Thieves is the second studio album by Australian indie rock band British India, released on 19 July 2008, but also sold early by the band at album launch parties. Thieves was also selected as Triple J's Feature Album in that month, beating both The Vines' album Melodia as well as The Living End's album White Noise

Thieves (band)
Thieves was a British pop duo active during the early 1990s. It was most notable for being the band on which both members – singer David McAlmont and multi-instrumentalist/producer Saul Freeman – based their subsequent musical careers.Critically feted by the British weekly music press during their lifetime, the duo also won two Single of

Thigh
In humans the thigh is the area between the pelvis and the knee. Anatomically, it is part of the lower limb.The single bone in the thigh is called the femur

Thimble
A thimble is a small hard pitted cup worn for protection on the finger that pushes the needle in sewing.The earliest known thimble was Roman and was found at Pompeii. Made of bronze, its creation has been dated to the 1st century AD

Thin
Thin may refer to:*People with lean narrow physiques, see emaciation and underweight* Thin client, computer in client-server architecture networks* Thin film, material layer of about 1 µm thickness

Thin (film)
The 2006 cinéma vérité documentary film, THIN, directed by Lauren Greenfield and distributed by HBO, is an exploration of The Renfrew Center in Coconut Creek, Florida; a 40-bed residential facility for the treatment of women with eating disorders. The film mostly revolves around four women with anorexia nervosa and/or bulimia and their struggles for recovery

Thing
- Philosophy :* An object , being, or entity* Thing-in-itself , the reality that underlies perceptions, a term coined by Immanuel Kant- History :

Things (application)
Things is a personal task management application for Mac OS X made by Cultured Code, a software startup based in Stuttgart, Germany. Its 1.0 release was on January 6, 2009

Things (song)
"Things" was a single written by Neil Finn and recorded by Split Enz in between albums. The single was released only in Australia and New Zealand.It was not a commercial success, failing to chart in either country.

Things Happen for a Reason
Things Happen for a Reason is the title of the debut album of R&B/dancehall singer Che'Nelle. It was released on September 5, 2007 under Capitol Records

Thingy
Thingy may refer to:*a placeholder name*Thingy , an Indie rock band* Slang for "Thing"* Thingee, an alien puppet character featured on children's television shows in New Zealand in the late 1980s and early 1990s, often accompanying Jason Gunn

Think (About It)
"Think " is a funk song recorded by Lyn Collins and released as a single on James Brown's People Records in 1972. The recording was produced by Brown and featured instrumental backing from his band The J.B.'s

Think (band)
Think was a studio group put together by producers and songwriters Lou Stallman and Bobby Susser in 1971. The group released a single, "Once You Understand", on Laurie Records which included a spoken dialogue between male and female teenagers and their parents regarding a youth overdose. The single hit #23 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1971

Think (journal)
Think is an academic journal created to forge a direct link between contemporary philosophy and the general public. The central aim of the journal is to provide easily accessible and engaging writing by philosophers pre-eminent in their fields to a wide audience, unimpeded by academic jargon and technicality

Think (The Rolling Stones song)
"Think" is a Mick Jagger and Keith Richards' composition that first appeared as a Chris Farlowe single which made it to #37 on the British charts in January 1966.

Think (The \"5\" Royales song)
"Think" is a rhythm and blues song written by Lowman Pauling and originally recorded by his group The "5" Royales. Released as a single on King Records in 1957, it was a national hit and reached number nine on the U.S. R&B chart.

Think tank
A think tank is an organization that conducts research and engages in advocacy in areas such as social policy, political strategy, economics, military, and technology issues. Most think tanks are non-profit organizations, which some countries such as the United States and Canada provide with tax exempt status

Think Tank (Rollins)
Think Tank is the seventh live spoken word album from Henry Rollins, released September 22, 1998 on DreamWorks Records. It was reissued with new artwork on 2.13.61 Records in 2007. The first disc was recorded on Henry's 37th birthday at the House of Blues in Chicago, IL. The second disc was recorded at a series of shows during his Australian tour in October 1997

Think Tank (Star Trek: Voyager episode)
"Think Tank" is an episode of Star Trek: Voyager, the 20th episode of the fifth season. The episode has an average rating of 4.1/5 on the official Star Trek website .- Plot :

Think Twice
Think Twice was a weekend primetime PBS game show hosted by Monteria Ivey and produced by WGBH-TV in Boston, Massachusetts which ran from October 10 to December 26, 1994.-Gameplay:

Think Twice
Think Twice may refer to:*"Think Twice" , a 1994 single by Céline Dion, from the album The Colour of My Love*"Think Twice", a 1961 single by Brook Benton*"Think Twice", a 2003 single by Eve 6 from the debut Eve 6

Thinker
Thinker may refer to:*Intellectual, one who tries to use his or her intellect to work, study, reflect, speculate on, or ask and answer questions with regard to a variety of different ideas

Thinking (poem)
Thinking is the famous poem written by Walter D. Wintle, a poet who lived in the late 19th and early 20th century. Little to nothing is known about any details of his life. "Thinking" is also known as "The Man Who Thinks He Can".

Thinner (netlabel)
Thinner is a netlabel founded by Thomas Jaldemark and today operated by Sebastian Redenz and Ole Schulte as leading parts of an international team. Based in Frankfurt, Germany, Thinner is one of the most consistent and successful netlabels of recent years

Thiocyanate
Thiocyanate is the anion [SCN]−. It is the conjugate base of thiocyanic acid. Common derivatives include the colourless salts potassium thiocyanate and sodium thiocyanate. Organic compounds containing the functional group SCN are also called thiocyanates

Thiocyanic acid
Thiocyanic acid is a chemical compound with the formula HSCN that exists as a mixture with the isomeric compound isothiocyanic acid . It is the sulfur analog of cyanic acid .

Thiocyanogen
Thiocyanogen, 2, is a pseudohalogen derived from the pseudohalide thiocyanate, [SCN]−. This hexatomic compound exhibits C2 point group symmetry and has the connectivity NCS-SCN. The oxidation ability is greater than bromine

Thiofentanyl
Thiofentanyl is an opioid analgesic that is an analogue of fentanyl.Thiofentanyl was sold briefly on the black market in the early 1980s, before the introduction of the Federal Analog Act which for the first time attempted to control entire families of drugs based on their structural similarity rather than scheduling each drug individually as they appeared

Thiophosphate
A thiophosphate is a family of compounds and anions with the general chemical formula PS4-xOx3- . The state of protonation is usually not specified. They could be bound to as many as three protons for the neutral H3PS4-xOx species. Two protons correspond to the related monoanions, and one proton for the dianions

Thiosulfuric acid
Thiosulfuric acid is a sulfur oxoacid. The acid cannot be made by acidifying thiosulfate salts as the acid readily decomposes in water. The decomposition products can include sulfur, sulfur dioxide, hydrogen sulfide, polysulfanes, sulfuric acid and polythionates, depending on the exact reaction conditions

Thiouracil
Thiouracil refers both to a specific molecule consisting of a sulfated uracil, and a family of molecules based upon that structure. The substance is a historically relevant antithyroid preparation; Astwood E.B. used it in 1943 as therapy of the Graves' disease for the first time.

Third
Third may refer to:*3 , such as the 3rd of something -see also Ordinal number *Fraction , such as 1/3*1/60 of a second, or 1/3,600 of a minute *Third World, economically underdeveloped nations

Third (music)
In music and music theory third may refer to:*major third*minor third*augmented third/perfect fourth*diminished third/major second*Third , chord member a third above the root*Mediant, third degree of the diatonic scale

Third (play)
Third was the last play written by Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Wendy Wasserstein.-Production history:Third premiered at Washington D.C.'s Theater J, in January–February 2004 as a one-act play, directed by Michael Barakiva and featuring Kathryn Grody.The Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts production opened Off-Broadway at the Mitzi Newhouse Theater, in

Third (Portishead album)
Third is the third studio album by English musical group Portishead, released on 27 April 2008, on Island Records in the United Kingdom, two days after on Mercury Records in the United States, and on 30 April 2008 on Universal Music Japan in Japan. It is their first release in 10 years, and their first studio album in eleven years

Third baseman
A third baseman, abbreviated 3B, is the player in baseball whose responsibility is to defend the area nearest to third base — the third of four bases a baserunner must touch in succession to score a run

Third degree
-Third degree:* Third degree , colloquially an intensive rough interrogation* The degree of Master Mason in Freemasonry, often written as 3°* In USA law, the least serious of the three classifications of felonies such as murder or burglary

Third Degree
- Track listing :#"Mojo Boogie"#"Love, Life and Money"#"Evil on my Mind"#"See See Baby"#"Tin Pan Alley"#"I'm Good"#"Third Degree"#"Shake your Moneymaker"#"Bad Girl Blues"#"Broke and Lonely"- Personnel :

Third party
Third party is often used to refer to a person or entity who is not involved in an interaction or relationship. It may refer to:- Politics :* Third party , party other than one of the two dominant ones in a two-party political system

Third Person
Third Person was animprovising trio formed in 1990 in New York City, led by cellist Tom Cora and drummer Samm Bennett. Each performance featured an invited guest: A third person

Third person
Third person may refer to:* A grammatical person, he, she, "them" and they in the English language* Third-person narrative, a perspective in plays, storytelling, or movies

Third rail (disambiguation)
Third rail may refer to:*Third rail, an extra rail used for supplying electricity to trains*The extra rail on a dual gauge railway*"Third Rail" , a song by Squeeze*Third rail , a political metaphor

Third Way (France)
Third Way a French Third Position organisation founded in 1985 by a merger of the small neo-fascist Mouvement nationaliste révolutionnaire, which gathered former members of François Duprat's Revolutionary Nationalist Groups , with dissidents from the Parti des forces nouvelles.Led by Jean-Gilles Malliarakis, the party adopted the slogan of 'neither trusts nor soviets'

Third Way (Israel)
The Third Way was a political party in Israel in the 1990s.- Background :The party was formed on 7 March 1996 towards the end of the thirteenth Knesset's term when two MKs, Avigdor Kahalani and Emanuel Zisman, broke away from the Labour Party

Third wheel
The term third wheel refers to someone who deters the socialization of a couple, perhaps when being invited out of pity or through a feeling of duty.It may also refer to may refer to:* The Third Wheel , a 2002 American romantic comedy

Third Wheel
"Third Wheel" is the third episode in the third season of the television series How I Met Your Mother and 47th overall. It originally aired on October 8, 2007.- Plot :

Third World (disambiguation)
Third World is the term used during the Cold War to define countries that remained non-aligned with either capitalism or communism.Third World may also refer to:*Developing country, a term usually confused with Third World

Third-rate
In the British Royal Navy, a third rate was a ship of the line which from the 1720s mounted between 64 and 80 guns, typically built with two gun decks . Years of experience proved that the third rate ships embodied the best compromise between sailing ability , firepower, and cost

Thirlage
Thirlage was the term used for the law in regard of the milling of grain for personal or other uses. Vassals in a feudal barony were thirled to their local mill owned by the feudal superior

Thirst
Thirst is the craving for fluids, resulting in the basic instinct of animals to drink. It is an essential mechanism involved in fluid balance. It arises from a lack of fluids and/or an increase in the concentration of certain osmolites, such as salt

Thirst (2009 film)
Thirst is a 2009 horror/drama film, written, produced and directed by Park Chan-wook. It is loosely based on the novel Thérèse Raquin by Émile Zola. The film tells the story of a priest—who is in love with his friend’s wife—turning into a vampire through a failed medical experiment. Park has stated, "This film was originally called 'The Bat' to convey a sense of horror

Thirst (disambiguation)
Thirst is a craving for liquids.Thirst may also refer to:Films:*Desert Nights or Thirst, a 1929 silent film starring John Gilbert*Thirst , a 1949 Swedish film by Ingmar Bergman

Thirst (film)
Thirst is a 1949 Swedish drama film directed by Ingmar Bergman.-Cast:* Eva Henning – Rut* Birger Malmsten – Bertil* Birgit Tengroth – Viola* Hasse Ekman – Dr

Thirsty
Thirsty is a horror novel written by M. T. Anderson. It is set in modern Clayton, Massachusetts, in a parallel universe where vampires and other such creatures exist. The main character, Christopher, just wants a normal life; to date his crush Rebecca Schwartz, stay up late, and other teenager things

Thirsty (disambiguation)
Thirst is a craving for liquids.Thirsty may also refer to:*Thirsty , a horror novel by M. T. Anderson*Thirsty , an album by Marvin Sapp

Thirsty (Marvin Sapp album)
Thirsty, a 2007 release on Verity Records, is a gold selling Gospel music album by American contemporary gospel singer Marvin Sapp. It peaked at number 28 on the U.S. Billboard 200, number 4 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, and number 1 on the Top Gospel Albums chart. It has been certified Gold by the RIAA on July 9, 2008 and has sold over 712,000 copies as of March 2010

Thirteen (C.J & The Satellites album)
-Track listing:-Credits:* C.J- Vocals/ lead guitar/ keyboards/ percussion/ programming* Paul Grant- Guitar/ vocals* Lee Wray- Bass* John Solomon- Drums* Jason Edwards- Producer/ extra vocals/ keyboards/ percussion/ programming

Thirteen (House)
Remy "Thirteen" Hadley, M.D., is a fictional character on the Fox medical drama House, portrayed by Olivia Wilde. She is part of the new diagnostic team assembled by Dr. Gregory House after the disbanding of his previous team in the third season finale

Thirteenth
In music or music theory, a thirteenth is the interval between the sixth and first scale degrees when the sixth is transposed up an octave, creating a compound sixth, or thirteenth. The thirteenth is most commonly major or minor .