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Thunderbolt (Norwegian band)
Thunderbolt is a Norwegian heavy metal band, formed in Oslo in 2001.-History:Thunderbolt, named after the WWII fighter plane Republic P-47 Thunderbolt, was formed in Oslo in 2001 by previous members of the Hardcore group Lash Out

Thunderbolt (website)
Thunderbolt is an independent videogames website that was launched on November 20, 2000 by Philip Morton . Thunderbolt publishes reviews, previews and features covering the major gaming platforms, particularly consoles

Thunderbox is the eighth rock studio album by English rock group Humble Pie, released in 1974. It reached #52 on the Billboard 200 album chart in the United States.-Album profile:

Thunderclap can refer to:* Thunder* Thunderclap , a fictional superhero created by Marvel UK, a division of Marvel Comics* Thunderclap Newman, a late 1960s rock band* Thunder Clap, a dance move

Thunderer may refer to* The Thunderer, a former nickname for the British newspaper The Times* HMS Thunderer, the name of a number of British naval vessels since the 18th century, a British tug in service 1953-58

Thunderhead (novel)
Thunderhead is a novel by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child about a woman named Nora Kelly who finds a letter that was written sixteen years ago, but mysteriously sent to her only recently. The letter is written by her father, long believed dead. The letter talks about a lost city of gold that will make him famous and rich

Thunderhead (software)
Thunderhead is an enterprise software company based in Elstree, Hertfordshire, UK. Thunderhead is a leading provider of customer communications software for B2C and B2B applications, and serves customers from a wide range of industry sectors including financial services, health-care, insurance, investment banking, commodity and energy trading, and government

Thunderstorm (album)
Thunderstorm is the debut album by the speed metal band Iron Fire. The album was produced and mixed by Tommy Hansen and released in March 2000.-Track listing:#"Final Crusade" - 4:37#"When the Heroes Fall" - 4:48#"Rise of the Rainbow" - 4:21

Thunderstorm (band)
Thunderstorm is a doom metal band from Bergamo, Italy. Formed in the early 1990s as a classic heavy metal band, with touches of a down tuned sound. During this early incarnation, they released two demos, Thunderstorm and Force of Evil . In 1998, the band split up due to musical incompatibility issues between members

Thunderstorm (disambiguation)
A thunderstorm is a storm characterized by the presence of thunder and lightning.Other uses of the term include:* Thunderstorm , a heavy metal band.* Thunderstorm , an album by Iron Fire.

Thunderstruck may refer to:* Thunderstruck , the first song on the 1990 AC/DC album The Razors Edge* Thunderstruck , a 2004 movie* Thunderstruck, a 2006 non-fiction novel by Erik Larson.

Thunderstruck (film)
Thunderstruck is a 2004 movie starring Stephen Curry , Damon Gameau , Ryan Johnson , Callan Mulvey , and Sam Worthington . The title of the movie was taken from the AC/DC song of the same name.-Plot:

Thunk may refer to:* Thunk , a piece of code to perform a delayed computation * Thunk : a feature of some virtual function table implementations

Thunnus is a genus of ocean-dwelling fish in the family Scombridae, all of which are tuna, although other tuna species are found in other genera. The name of the genus is the Latinized form of the Greek θύννος, thýnnos, tuna, the word being first mentioned in Homer

A thurible is a metal censer suspended from chains, in which incense is burned during worship services. It is used in the Catholic Church as well as in Anglican, Eastern Orthodox, Oriental Orthodox, Armenian Apostolic, some Lutheran, Old Catholic, and in various Gnostic Churches. It is also used in Co-Freemasonry and in the practice of ceremonial magic

The Free State of Thuringia is a state of Germany, located in the central part of the country.It has an area of and 2.29 million inhabitants, making it the sixth smallest by area and the fifth smallest by population of Germany's sixteen states.

Thurman (band)
Thurman were a band heralding from Oxfordshire comprising brothers Nicholas Kenny, Simon Kenny plus Paul Disley

Thursday is the fourth day of the week according to the ISO 8601 international standard adopted in most western countries. In countries that use the Sunday-first convention and in the Judeo-Christian calendar it is the fifth day of the week. It falls between Wednesday and Friday

Thursday (Features Song)
"Thursday" is a 2000 limited 10" vinyl single released by the Tennessee-based band The Features. It was issued by the Murfreesboro, Tennessee independent record label Spongebath Records which also released The Features EP.-Personnel:

A thwart is a strut placed crosswise in a ship or boat, to brace it crosswise.In rowboats it can also serve as a seat for a rower.

THX (disambiguation)
THX or thx may refer to:* THX, a sound-system standard* THX 1138, a feature length film by George Lucas based on Electronic Labyrinth: THX 1138 4EB* Electronic Labyrinth: THX 1138 4EB, a short/student film by George Lucas

Thy (district)
Thy is a traditional district in northwestern Jutland, Denmark. It is situated north of the Limfjord, facing the North Sea and Skagerrak, and has a population of around 50,000. The main towns of Thy are Thisted, Hanstholm and Hurup.

Thy (name)
Thy is a common feminine Vietnamese given name meaning "poetry".

The thylacine or ,also ;binomial name: Thylacinus cynocephalus, Greek for "dog-headed pouched one") was the largest known carnivorous marsupial of modern times. It is commonly known as the Tasmanian tiger or the Tasmanian wolf

Thyme (band)
Thyme was a Japanese J-pop/J-rock band. Originally, it was a solo project by the female singer Thyme, who had previously released three singles in 2002 as Sayaka Kamiyama. Kamiyama started collaborating with sound engineer Teppei Shimizu in July 2004, and changed her name to Thyme in June 2005

Thymelaeaceae is a cosmopolitan family of flowering plants composed of 50 genera and 898 species. It was established in 1789 by Antoine Laurent de Jussieu.Thymelaeaceae is in the order Malvales

Thymine is one of the four nucleobases in the nucleic acid of DNA that are represented by the letters G–C–A–T. The others are adenine, guanine, and cytosine. Thymine is also known as 5-methyluracil, a pyrimidine nucleobase. As the name suggests, thymine may be derived by methylation of uracil at the 5th carbon

Thymol is a natural monoterpene phenol derivative of cymene, C10H14O, isomeric with carvacrol, found in oil of thyme, and extracted from Thymus vulgaris and various other kinds of plants as a white crystalline substance of a pleasant aromatic odor and strong antiseptic properties

The thymus is a specialized organ of the immune system. The thymus produces and "educates" T-lymphocytes , which are critical cells of the adaptive immune system.

Thymus (genus)
The genus Thymus contains about 350species of aromatic perennial herbaceous plants and subshrubs to 40 cm tall in the family Lamiaceae, native to temperate regions in Europe, North Africa and Asia.

The thyroid gland or simply, the thyroid , in vertebrate anatomy, is one of the largest endocrine glands. The thyroid gland is found in the neck, below the thyroid cartilage

In Greek mythology, a thyrsus or thyrsos was a staff of giant fennel covered with ivy vines and leaves, sometimes wound with taeniae and always topped with a pine cone. These staffs were carried by Dionysus and his followers. Euripides wrote that honey dripped from the thyrsos staves that the Bacchic maenads carried

TI, Ti, ti or T.I. may refer to:* Acronis True Image, a disk imaging program* Cordyline fruticosa, a plant known as Ti by the Polynesians* Taiwan independence, a political movement* Thermal instability* Thermodynamic integration

Ti may refer to:* Tiye, the mother of Akhenaten* Ti or Tī is a generic name in Polynesian languages for plants of the genus Cordyline, including:

TI (cuneiform)
The Miracle was a 1911 play written by Karl Vollmöller and directed by Max Reinhardt, from which three movie versions were later adapted. The play first appeared as a spectacle-pantomime in Germany in 1911.

TIA may refer to:Aviation:* Tirana International Airport Nënë Tereza, , Tirana, Albania* Tampa International Airport, , commonly abbreviated as "TIA"

Tia is the goddess of peaceful death in the Haida mythology. It is considered a duality. Its counterpart is Ta'xet, the Haida God of violent death.

TiA is a Japanese singer, famous for her songs "Ryuusei" and "Every Time"

Tianquiztli which in translation means "Marketplace". Tianquiztli was the Aztec's name for the Pleiades. Time was measured by movements of the stars and the sun. Their calendar was based upon a fifty-two year cycle

A tiara is a form of crown. There are two possible types of crown that this word can refer to.Traditionally, the word "tiara" refers to a high crown, often with the shape of a cylinder narrowed at its top, made of fabric or leather, and richly ornamented. It was used by the kings and emperors of some ancient peoples in Mesopotamia

The Tiber is the third-longest river in Italy, rising in the Apennine Mountains in Emilia-Romagna and flowing through Umbria and Lazio to the Tyrrhenian Sea. It drains a basin estimated at

Tiber (Sacramento RT)
Tiber is a side platformed Sacramento RT light rail station in La Riviera, California, United States. The station was opened on September 5, 1987, and is operated by the Sacramento Regional Transit District. As part of the Gold Line, it has service to Downtown Sacramento, California State University, Sacramento, Rancho Cordova, Gold River and Folsom

Tibet (comics)
Tibet, the pseudonym of Gilbert Gascard , was a French comics artist and writer in the Franco-Belgian comics genre

Tibetan can refer to:*Of or relating to Tibet*Tibetan people, an ethnic group*Standard Tibetan language*Tibetan script, a writing system*Tibetan art*Music of Tibet*Tibetan culture*Tibetan cuisine*Tibetan Spaniel dog breed*Tibetan Mastiff dog breed

The tibia , shinbone, or shankbone is the larger and stronger of the two bones in the leg below the knee in vertebrates , and connects the knee with the ankle bones.

Tibia (genus)
Tibia is a genus of large sea snails, marine gastropod mollusks. This genus has long been considered to be part of the family Strombidae, the true conchs and their allies.

Tibial can refer to:* Tibia bone* Tibial nerve* Anterior tibial artery* Posterior tibial artery* Anterior tibial vein* Posterior tibial vein

A tic is a sudden, repetitive, nonrhythmic, stereotyped motor movement or vocalization involving discrete muscle groups. Tics can be invisible to the observer, such as abdominal tensing or toe crunching. Common motor and phonic tics are, respectively, eye blinking and throat clearing

Tic (disambiguation)
A tic is a sudden, repetitive, stereotyped, nonrhythmic movement or sound.Tic or Tics may also refer to:* Technology Innovation Centre* Tenancy in common* Thermal imaging camera* Titanium carbide* Tongue-in-cheek* Total inorganic carbon

Tic-tac-toe, also called wick wack woe and noughts and crosses , is a pencil-and-paper game for two players, X and O, who take turns marking the spaces in a 3×3 grid. The X player usually goes first

"Ticho" is the second album by the pop singer Ewa Farna, released on the October 1, 2007. It was very successful in the Czech Republic, gaining platinum status within two months of release, with over 25 thousand copies sold.

Canton Ticino or Ticino is the southernmost canton of Switzerland. Named after the Ticino river, it is the only canton in which Italian is the sole official language

Ticked is the third album released by Christian parody band ApologetiX. It was also their first album to be released on CD. Later, two songs from the album would be released on the band's greatest hits album.-History:

Ticker can mean:* A stock ticker machine and the ticker tape it prints on* Ticker symbol, codes used to uniquely identify publicly traded companies on a stock market

Ticker tape
Ticker tape was the earliest digital electronic communications medium, transmitting stock price information over telegraph lines, in use between around 1870 through 1970

Ticket may refer to:* Ticket , a card or slip of paper used to gain admission to a location or event* Ticket , a card or slip of paper that designates one's position in a queue or ownership of an item to be picked up

Ticket (admission)
A ticket is a voucher that indicates that one has paid for admission to an event or establishment such as a theatre, movie theater, amusement park, zoo, museum, concert, or other attraction, or permission to travel on a vehicle such as an airliner, train, bus, or boat, typically because one has paid the fare

Ticket (election)
A ticket refers to a single election choice which fills more than one political office or seat. For example, in the U.S., the candidates for President and Vice President run on the same "ticket", because they are elected together on a single ballot question rather than separately.A ticket can also refer to a political party

Ticket (IT security)
In IT Security, a ticket is a number generated by a network server for a client, which can be delivered to itself, or a different server as a means of authentication or proof of authorization, and cannot easily be forged. This usage of the word originated with MIT's Kerberos protocol in the 1980s

Ticket (receipt)
A ticket may be a pick-up ticket, for example when retrieving clothing from a dry cleaning shop or an automobile from a repair shop, or putting things in storage at a train station, cloakroom, etc. It is also used in places where people are required to "take a number" to queue up, such as in a waiting room or at a customer service desk. Often, this simply has a number printed on it

Tickets (film)
Tickets is a 2005 comedy-drama film directed by Abbas Kiarostami, Ken Loach and Ermanno Olmi.

tickling is the act of touching a part of the body lightly so as to cause involuntary laughter or contraction of the muscles;The word tickle can refer to:

Tickling is the act of touching a part of the body so as to cause involuntary twitching movements and/or laughter. The word evolved from the Middle English tikelen, perhaps frequentative of ticken, to touch lightly. The idiom tickled pink means to be pleased or delighted.In 1897, psychologists G

TID, proveniente de CoolTidsTID is a three-letter acronym that may refer to:* TID - a musician from Tanzania* Thermionic Detector - A detector used in gas chromatography based on the principle of ionization and measuring a change in electron flux

Tidal (Bible)
Tidal king of Goyim is a monarch mentioned in Genesis 14:1. The word goyim in Biblical Hebrew can be translated as "nations" or "peoples" or "ethnic groups" although Bible commentaries suggest that that in this verse it may instead be a reference to the region of Gutium