Signup       Login
Topic Index:
A   B   C   D   E   F   G   H   I   J   K   L   M   N   O   P   Q   R   S   T   U   V   W   X   Y   Z   

Thirtysomething or 30 Something may refer to:* Thirtysomething , a television show* 30 Something, an alternative rock album by Carter the Unstoppable Sex Machine* "30 Something" , a hip hop song by Jay-Z* A stage in ageing

This (Gescom EP)
-Track listing:Side A#"Chung " – 5:11#"A57 " - 7:38Side B#"Whatever " - 6:38#"Self Impersonation " – 7:29-References:*

This One
This One is the solo debut album by Wu-Syndicate member Joe Mafia.- Track listing :# Intro # R.A.T.S. # Why Ask?# This One# Mafia Style# Showtime# It's All Good# 7 Cities# C.H.I.P.S.# We Ride

This Way
This Way may refer to:Albums* This Way , or the title song, 2007* This Way , or the title song, 2009* This Way , or the title song , 2001* This Way, by Bruce Gilbert, 1984

This Way (Acoustic Alchemy album)
This Way is the latest Acoustic Alchemy album released on May 14, 2007 in the United Kingdom.It was released on June 6, 2007 in the United States.

This Way (Jewel song)
"This Way" is the title track and third single from American musician Jewel's third studio album, This Way .-Song information and chart performance:

Thistle is the common name of a group of flowering plants characterised by leaves with sharp prickles on the margins, mostly in the family Asteraceae. Prickles often occur all over the plant – on surfaces such as those of the stem and flat parts of leaves. These are an adaptation that protects the plant against herbivorous animals, discouraging them from feeding on the plant

Thistle (disambiguation)
Thistle is a group of flowering plants.Thistle may also refer to:-New Zealand:* Auckland Thistle,* Christchurch Thistle* Gisborne Thistle* Invercargill Thistle* Nelson Thistle* Timaru Thistle-Scotland:* Ardeer Thistle F.C.

Thistle (yacht)
Thistle was the unsuccessful Scottish challenger of the seventh America's Cup in 1887 against American defender Volunteer.-Design:The cutter Thistle was designed by George Lennox Watson, with interiors by his brother Thomas Lennox Watson, and built at the D&W Henderson shipyard in Partick on the River Clyde and launched on April 26, 1887, for a syndicate of owners which

Tho may refer to:*Thổ people, ethnic group in Northern Vietnam**Tho language, language spoken by Thổ people*Jeff Tho, badminton player from Australia

Τholos is the name given to several Ancient Greek structures and buildings:**The Tholos at Athens was the building which housed the Prytaneion, or seat of government, in ancient Athens

Tholos (Ancient Rome)
A tholos is an ancient Roman feature found in the macellum. It has been suggested that the tholos, well provided with water and drains, was where fish were sold, although other uses for the central tholos have been suggested, such as the place where official weights and measures were held for reference or as shrines to the gods of the

Thomas may refer to:In people:* Thomas , a masculine given name* Thomas * Thomas the ApostleIn business:* THOMAS, the US Library of Congress's online database* Thomas Built BusesIn food:

THOMAS is the database of United States Congress legislative information. It is operated by the Library of Congress and was launched in January 1995 at the inception of the 104th Congress

Thomas (bishop)
Thomas was a medieval Bishop of the East Angles.He was consecrated between 647 and 648. He died between 652 and 653. He was bishop for five years.-See also:*Bishop of Dunwich*Bishop of Elmham*Bishop of Thetford*Bishop of Norwich-External links:*

Thomas (name)
Thomas is a masculine given name. It is based on the Biblical Greek , which is itself a transcription of the Aramaic "twin", the Hebrew cognate being

Thomas (surname)
Thomas is a common surname used in British , French, German, Dutch, Danish, and southern India .It derives from the medieval personal name, of Biblical origin, from Aramaic t'om'a, a byname meaning 'twin'. It was borne by one of the disciples of Christ, best known for his scepticism about Christ's resurrection

Thomism is the philosophical school that arose as a legacy of the work and thought of St. Thomas Aquinas, philosopher, theologian, and Doctor of the Church. In philosophy, his commentaries on Aristotle are his most lasting contribution

-Places:In Bulgaria:* Thompson, Bulgaria, a village in Sofia ProvinceIn Canada:* Thompson, Manitoba* Thompson , an electoral district in the above location* Thompson River, a river in British Columbia

Thompson (Berkshire cricketer)
Thompson was an English professional cricketer who made 11 known appearances in major cricket matches from 1785 to 1794.-External sources:*

-People:* Thomson , includes a list of people with this name and a description of its origin-Science:*thomson , a unit for mass-to-charge ratio, symbol: Th; named in honor of J. J

Thomson (surname)
Thomson is an English and Scottish patronymic surname meaning "son of Thom, Thomp, Thompkin, or other diminutive of Thomas", itself dervied from the Aramaic תום or Tôm, meaning "twin". The Welsh surname is documented in Cheshire records before and after the 1066 Norman Conquest. Variations include Thomason, Thomasson, Thomerson, Thomoson, and others

Thong may refer to:* Thong , a garment which primarily covers only the pubic area* Thongs, jandals or flip-flops, a type of footwear similar to sandals but which are not secured to the ankles

Thongs may refer to:*Thong, a garment which primarily covers only the pubic area.*G-string, a variant of the thong garment.*Flip-flops, a type of footwear.*Long, thin strips, generally of sturdy fiber or leather, typically used for binding.

Thor (band)
Thor is a heavy metal band from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.-Biography:Thor started out out as a concept band in 1973. They were first called "Centaur" and then "Mikl Body Rock". These entities were the brainchild of Jon Mikl Thor, a vocalist, musician and body building champion who won titles such as Mr. USA and Mr. Canada. He decided to combine Muscle with Music

Thor (disambiguation)
Thor is the god of thunder in Norse mythologyThor may also refer to:- Technology :* Thor , a satellite constellation owned by Telenor

Thor (film)
Thor is a 2011 American superhero film based on the comic book character of the same name published by Marvel Comics. It is the fourth film released as part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Thor (launch vehicle)
Thor was an American space launch vehicle derived from the PGM-17 Thor intermediate-range ballistic missile. The Thor rocket was the first in a large family of space launch vehicles that came to be known as Delta

Thorax (disambiguation)
Thorax can refer to a number of things:* Thorax, a division of an animal's body that lies between the head and the abdomen.* Thorax Ancient Greek armour , see Linothorax.-People:* Thorax of Larissa, an ancient Greek noble of the 5th century BC

-General:* Thorn , a sharp structure on plants* Thorn, quickthorn or common hawthorn * Thorn tree * Thorn , a letter in the Anglo-Saxon and Icelandic alphabets

Thorn (comics)
Thorn is a fictional character in DC Comics, a superhero who suffers from multiple personalities.-Fictional character biography:Rhosyn "Rose" Forrest is the daughter of Metropolis police officer Phil Forrest, who was killed by a criminal gang named the 100

Thorns (novel)
Thorns is a science fiction novel by American author Robert Silverberg, published as a paperback original in 1967, and a Nebula and Hugo Awards nominee.-Synopsis:

Thorns, spines, and prickles
In botanical morphology, thorns, spines, and prickles are hard structures with sharp, or at least pointed, ends. In spite of this common feature, they differ in their growth and development on the plant; they are modified versions of different plant organs, stems, stipules, leaf veins, or hairs

Thornton (surname)
Thornton is a surname, and may refer to:*Abraham Thornton*Al Thornton, basketball player* Alfred Thornton , English footballer from the 1870s*Alvin Thornton*Andre Thornton, baseball player*Andrew Thornton, pro jockey*Andrew C. Thornton II

In 17th century England, Thorough was a name given by Thomas Wentworth, 1st Earl of Strafford to a scheme of his to establish absolute monarchy in England

Thoroughfare (disambiguation)
Thoroughfare may refer to:* Thoroughfare A main road or public highway, a heavily traveled passage, such as a waterway, strait, or channel.* Thoroughfare, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada* Thoroughfare, Virginia, United States

Thorpe is a variant of the Middle English word thorp, meaning hamlet or small village. It may also refer to one of the following:-Places in England:*South Thorpe, County Durham*Thorpe, Cumbria*Thorpe, Derbyshire*Thorpe, East Riding of Yorkshire

Thors may refer to the following places in France:*Thors, Aube, a commune in the department of Aube*Thors, Charente-Maritime, a commune in the department of Charente-Maritime

Those Who Are About to Die Salute You
Allmusic's review was laudatory, saying the album "is a powerful one, unleashing each member's instrumental prowess at one point while consolidating each talent to form an explosive outpouring of progressive jazz/rock the next." They highly praised the variety and uniqueness of each song, the playing of the musicians, and the group's ability to create a blend of jazz, rock, and classical

Thoth (disambiguation)
Thoth and Djehuty and similar usually refer to the Ancient Egyptian god Thoth.They can also refer to:* Djehuty, an Egyptian general of the 15th century BCE* Thoth , a 2001 short film* S. K

"Thought" generally refers to any mental or intellectual activity involving an individual's subjective consciousness. It can refer either to the act of thinking or the resulting ideas or arrangements of ideas. Similar concepts include cognition, sentience, consciousness, and imagination

"Thoughtless" is a song written by American nu metal band Korn for their fifth studio album, Untouchables. "Thoughtless" was released as the album's second single sometime in July 2002. It is about Jonathan Davis' being assaulted and harassed in school and dreaming of seeking revenge on those who bully him

Thousand (comics)
The Thousand is a fictional character, a comic book supervillain and enemy of Spider-Man in the . Created in combination by Garth Ennis, John McCrea and James Hodgkins, the character first appears in Tangled Web of Spider-Man #1.

Thrace is a historical and geographic area in southeast Europe. As a geographical concept, Thrace designates a region bounded by the Balkan Mountains on the north, Rhodope Mountains and the Aegean Sea on the south, and by the Black Sea and the Sea of Marmara on the east

Thrall was the term for a serf or unfree servant in Scandinavian culture during the Viking Age.Thralls were the lowest in the social order and usually provided unskilled labor during the Viking era.-Etymology:

Thrash may refer to:*Thrashing , where increasing resources are used to do a decreasing amount of work*Thrash , mascot of the Atlanta Thrashers-Music:*Thrash metal, a subgenre of heavy metal music

Thrash Metal (album)
Thrash Metal is the first studio album from Norwegian thrash metal band Blood Tsunami.-Track Listing:*All Songs Written By Peter "Pete Evil" Michael Kolstad Vegem.#"Evil Unleashed" – 2:48#"Let Blood Rain" – 3:35#"Rampage of Revenge" – 6:06

Thrasher (disambiguation)
Thrasher may refer to:* the thrasher bird* a song written and performed by Neil Young, featured on the 1979 album, Rust Never Sleeps.* a song by Evile off of their 2007 album, Enter the Grave.

The term thrashing may refer to:* Thrashing , an effect of resource contention* A severe corporal punishment* A clear victory* The dance style moshing* Threshing, a process in agriculture* Skateboard Thrashin'

Thread may refer to:*Thread , a kind of thin yarn used for sewing*Thread , a sequence of instructions that may execute in parallel with each other*Thread , a spore in the science fiction novels Dragonriders of Pern

Threads is a British television drama produced by the BBC in 1984. Written by Barry Hines and directed by Mick Jackson, it is a documentary-style account of a nuclear war and its effects on the city of Sheffield in northern England.

Threat of force in public international law is a situation between states described by British lawyer Ian Brownlie as:The 1969 Vienna convention on the Law of Treaties notes in its preamble that both the threat and the use of force are prohibited

A threat is an act of coercion wherein an act is proposed to elicit a negative response. It is a communicated intent to inflict harm or loss on another person. It is a crime in many jurisdictions

Three (1965 film)
Three is a 1965 Yugoslav film directed by Aleksandar Petrović. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film at the 39th Academy Awards.-Cast:* Bata Živojinović as Miloš Bojanić* Nikola-Kole Angelovski* Stole Aranđelović

Three (2008 Film)
Three is a Telugu film, starring Rajiv Kanakala, Richard Rishi, Santhi Chandra, Urvasi Sharma and others, directed by Shekhar Suri. It was produced by G S Babu and P Phani Raj, with music composed by Vijay Kuraakuala,. The film was released on 13 June 2008.Story:Nisha is haunted by bizarre sounds and a voice that keeps warning that would kill her

Three (End of Everything album)
- Track listing :# "Prototype"# "God Fearing"# "Three: 01"# "Judas Iscariot"# "Beg To Differ"# "Three: 02"# "Black Mask"# "Calm"# "Three: 03"# "Transparent"# "Uzimaki"# "Three: 04"

Three (The Butchies album)
3 is the third album by queercore band The Butchies, released in 2001.-Track listing:All songs written by The Butchies.# "Anything Anthology"# "Forget Your Calculus"# "For Kay"# "Huh Huh Hear"# "I Hate.Com"# "Not Like Mine"# "Mandy "

Three (Tubeless Hearts album)
THREE is a British AOR release by former and current members of Graham Oliver's Saxon and Christie.- Track listing :All music composed by Kev Moore and Adrian 'Fos' Foster, all lyrics written by Moore.# "Shackled to Your Heart"

Three (TV series)
Three was a drama television series which aired on The WB from February 2, 1998 to March 23, 1998.The plot of the show was centered around three thieves, who all participated in crimes that brought no legitimate suffering to others

Three Days Grace (album)
Three Days Grace is the self-titled debut album by Canadian rock band Three Days Grace, released on July 22, 2003.-Band name and background:

Three MC's and One DJ/Remote Control
"Remote Control" and "Three MC's and One DJ" are songs by American hip hop group the Beastie Boys, from their fifth studio album Hello Nasty. The two were released as a double A-side single, serving as the fourth single from Hello Nasty

Three of a Kind
Three of a Kind was a British comedy sketch show starring comedians Tracey Ullman, Lenny Henry and David Copperfield. Three series were made by the BBC between 1981 and 1983.

Three Wise Men (cocktail)
The name of the Three Wise Men cocktail is derived from the recipe, which blends three types of Whiskey together. Each brand usually included is named for its maker .-Recipe:

Threepence may refer to:* Threepence , a pre-decimalisation coin of Ireland* Threepence , a coin used in the Commonwealth of Australia prior to decimalization