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Tidal river (disambiguation)
Tidal River may refer to:* Tidal river, a river whose level and flow is influenced by tides.* Tidal River, Wilsons Promontory, a river and camping ground in the Australian state of Victoria.

Tidal wave
The term tidal wave may refer to:*A tidal bore, which is a large movement of water formed by the funnelling of the incoming tide into a river or narrow bay*A storm surge, or tidal surge, which can cause waves that breach flood defences

Tidal Wave (Six Flags St. Louis)
The Tidal Wave is a boat-based shoot-the-chutes amusement ride at Six Flags St. Louis amusement park that opened in 1991 in the Illinois section of the park.

Tidal Wave (Thorpe Park)
Tidal Wave is a giant water ride located at Thorpe Park in England. It was opened in 2000 and was Tussauds' first major investment in the park.

Tide (time)
Tide is an obsolete or archaic term for time, period or season.It survives in compounds such as Yuletide, eventide, shrovetide, Eastertide, noontide, etc.

Tide (transportation company)
Tide ASA is a public transport company in Hordaland, Norway which resulted from the merger of Gaia Trafikk and Hardanger Sunnhordlandske Dampskipsselskap . The company provides the public transit network in the city of Bergen, and most of the bus service in Hordaland

Tidelands are the territory between the high and low water tide line of sea coasts, and lands lying under the sea beyond the low-water limit of the tide, considered within the territorial waters of a nation. The United States Constitution does not specify whether ownership of these lands rests with the federal government or with individual states

Tidewater may refer to:*Tidewater , a geographic area of southeast Virginia and northeast North Carolina*Tidewater , a company providing marine services to the offshore petroleum industry

Tidewater (geographic term)
Tidewater is a geographic area of southeast Virginia and northeastern North Carolina that is considered a part of the Coastal Plain. Portions of Maryland facing the Chesapeake Bay are also given this designation. The area gains its name because of the effect the area has from the changing tides of local rivers, sounds, and the ocean

Tidings is the third studio album by Allison Crowe, released in 2003 in EP form and expanded to full album length in 2004

Tidy may refer to:* Neatness and tidiness* HTML Tidy, a computer program for fixing HTML errors.* Perl Tidy, a computer program for nicely reformatting Perl source code.* Tidy * Tidy, a text editor especially aimed at editing web content.

Tidy (album)
Tidy is an album by Kinnie Starr, released in 1996 on Violet Inch Records.-Track listing:# "Grandma's Bicycle"# "Ophelia"# "Stiff Sour Lemon Rind"# "Loons"# "Um...Ah..."# "Spring Again"# "Rime Gone Wrong"# "Woven"# "Month of Trickery"

Tidy (surname)
Tidy is a surname derived from the Middle English word tidef, which designated a type of small bird.People with the name include:-* Bill Tidy M.B.E. , English cartoonist* Sylvia Tidy-Harris , English entrepreneur and media-pundit

Tie may refer to:* Necktie, a long piece of cloth worn around the neck or shoulders* Tie , a finish to a competition with identical results, particularly sports

TiE is a global nonprofit dedicated to fostering entrepreneurship. TiE has 54 chapters in 13 countries, with a total membership exceeding 13,000. TiE is most closely affiliated with the South Asian business community, and is recognized as an important networking forum for entrepreneurs and investors

Tie (cavity wall)
The tie in a cavity wall is used to tie the internal and external walls constructed of bricks or cementatious blocks together. It is placed in the cavity wall during construction and spans the cavity. The ends of the tie are designed to lock into the cement. Also incorporated into the design of the tie is means of preventing water transfer from the outer to the inner leafs

Tie (information technology)
A tie is a concept to bind a class skeleton to an implementing class.With this approach the class which should be invoked by a remote call, can be derived from a non-remoting class.

Tieback may refer to:*Tieback , a method of supporting retaining walls*Reconciliation, Relating Back*Tieback , is a connection between a new oil and gas discovery and an existing production facility, improving the economics of marginal fields into profitable assets.A tieback is a loop of cloth, cord, etc, which is placed around a curtain to hold it open

Tieback (geotechnical)
A tieback is a horizontal wire or rod, or a helical anchor used to reinforce retaining walls for stability. With one end of the tieback secured to the wall, the other end is anchored to a stable structure, such as a concrete deadman which has been driven into the ground or anchored into earth with sufficient resistance

Tiempo is the second studio album of Argentine pop rock band Erreway. It was released through Sony Music and Cris Morena Group on 15 April 2003 . The album was produced by a number of eminent Argentine musicians, including Cris Morena, Carlos Nilson and Andrés Calamaro

Tiempo (song)
"Tiempo" is a rock song performed by Argentine band Erreway. It is the opening song and single from their second studio album Tiempo, and was written by eminent producer, director and composer Cris Morena. In January 2003, the song reached number one in Argentina and Israel, and was a massive hit throughout Latin America and Europe

Tian De is a new religion which was founded in China in the 1920s. It is the reported religion of 0.9% of the Republic of China; it is also the basis of Lord of Universe Church which commands an additional 1.3%.

Tiene, sometimes also called Tine or Obsttiene, was a special container for transporting wine and fruit. These were used until shortly after the First World War, mostly in the Brandenburg city of Werder in northern Germany

TIER may refer to:* Taiwan Institute of Economic Research, one of two major economic research institutes in TaiwanTier may refer to:* a layer or ranking or classification-group in any real or imagined hierarchy

Tierce (disambiguation)
Tierce comes from the Latin word for "third" and can refer to:*Tierce - an old English unit of volume*Tierce - an organ stop, also known as a seventeenth*Tierce - a fencing maneuvre*Tierce - an open-source content management system

Tiergarten (EP)
Tiergarten is a digital EP by Rufus Wainwright, released under Geffen Records in the United Kingdom on October 29, 2007. The EP contains one track: "Supermayer Lost in Tiergarten." This track, a remix of "Tiergarten" from Wainwright's album Release the Stars, was also featured as a single in limited vinyl release .-External links:*

Tierra del Fuego
Tierra del Fuego is an archipelago off the southernmost tip of the South American mainland, across the Strait of Magellan. The archipelago consists of a main island Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego divided between Chile and Argentina with an area of , and a group of smaller islands including Cape Horn

Tiers (disambiguation)
-Other uses:*The plural of tier*Tiers, a variant of checkers*Tiers, a generator for simulated computer networks*World of Tiers, a series of science fiction novels by American writer Philip José Farmer.

TIES may refer to:* TIES, The Interactive Encyclopedia System* TIES, Time Independent Escape Sequence

The , published in 11 volumes from 1909 to 1922, was the first Finnish language encyclopedia. It was published by Tietosanakirja-Osakeyhtiö, a joint effort between Otava and WSOY

Tiffany (Child's Play)
Tiffany is a murderous doll and the main protagonist featured in the latter two films in the Child's Play series of horror films, famous for featuring the iconic killer doll Chucky.

Tiger (film)
Tiger is a Telugu film is directed N. Ramesh. It was the first time N. T. Rama Rao and Rajinikanth starred together. It was also Rajini's 50th film in his career.-Plot:

Tiger (guitar)
Tiger was Jerry Garcia's main guitar from 1979 to 1989. It was built by Sonoma County luthier Doug Irwin. The Tiger is named after the tiger inlaid on the preamp cover located on the guitar's top, just behind the tailpiece

Tiger (porn star)
Christopher Dauenhauer, best known as his stage names Tiger or Tiger Stripe is an American adult entertainer specializing in pornographic films

Tiger lily
-Botany:* Lilium catesbaei, a lily species native to southeastern North America* Lilium columbianum, a lily native to western North America* Lilium henryi, an orange lily native to central China

Tiger Lily (Rupert)
Tiger Lily is a girl of apparently Chinese heritage who appears intermittently in the Rupert Bear comics, and in about five episodes of the animated television series Rupert from 1991 to 1997. She is Rupert's only recurring female friend. In the comics, her father is referred to as the Conjuror

Tiger Shark (film)
Tiger Shark is a 1932 film directed by Howard Hawks. The movie was made the same year as Scarface, which is widely acknowledged to be the director's best film of the early sound era

Tiger Team (TV series)
Tiger Team is the name of an American television show that airs on TruTV .The show follows a civilian tiger team composed of Chris Nickerson, Luke McOmie, and Ryan Jones, which is hired to infiltrate organizations with the objective of testing their weaknesses to electronic, psychological, tactical, and physical threats

*High and tight, a hairstyle typical in the U.S. military*Tight end, a position in American football on the offensive team*Tight your black belt hard!, a popular judo manga in Japan*TighT, a psychedelic trance live act from KohPhangan, Thailand

Tight end
The tight end is a position in American football on the offense. The tight end is often seen as a hybrid position with the characteristics and roles of both an offensive lineman and a wide receiver. Like offensive linemen, they are usually lined up on the offensive line and are large enough to be effective blockers

Tightness may refer to:In mathematics,* Tightness of measures is a concept in measure , theory in mathematics* Tightness is also a cardinal function used in general topologyIn economics,

Tightrope (Brooks & Dunn album)
Tight Rope is the sixth studio album by country duo Brooks & Dunn, released in 1999 on Arista Nashville. Their least successful album commercially, it was the first album of their career not to receive platinum certification from the RIAA; furthermore, only one of its three singles reached Top Ten on the country charts

Tightrope (disambiguation)
Tightrope may refer to:* Tightrope walking, the art of walking along a thin wire or rope* Tightrope , a 1959-60 American television series starring Mike Connors* Tightrope , an event from the television series Gladiators

Tightrope (Electric Light Orchestra song)
"Tightrope" is the title of the opening track to A New World Record by Electric Light Orchestra.Recorded in 1976 at Musicland, Munich, West Germany, The song features a dramatic orchestral opening before transforming into an upbeat rock song

Tightrope (Gladiators)
Tightrope was an event played during the initial UK series of Gladiators. In this event, contender and Gladiator have to pull themselves along a rope to a half way platform and then zip line back down it to the finish post.-Rules:

Tightrope (novel)
Tightrope is a children's novel by Gillian Cross, published in 1999. It was shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal.It is about a teen girl named Ashley who receives A+'s in school and helps her sick mother through the day. However, she leads a double life. Her other name is Cindy and Cindy likes to sneak out and spray paint her name on large, untouched walls; it's her release

Tightrope (TV series)
Tightrope is an American crime drama series that aired on CBS from September 1959 to September 1960. Produced by Russell Rouse and Clarence Greene in association with Screen Gems, the series stars Mike Connors as an undercover agent named "Nick" who was assigned to infiltrate criminal gangs

Tigon may refer to:*Tiglon, a hybrid between a tiger and a lioness*Tigon British Film Productions, a British film production and distribution company*Tigon Studios, a video game production company

Tigon may refer to:*Tiglon, a hybrid between a tiger and a lioness*Tigon British Film Productions, a British film production and distribution company*Tigon Studios, a video game production company

Tigress (comics)
Tigress, in comics, may refer to:* Tigress * Tigress

Tigris (disambiguation)
The Tigris is the eastern member of the two great rivers that define Mesopotamia.Tigris may refer to:* Panthera tigris* 13096 Tigris, an outer main-belt asteroid* Tigris

Tijd , or De tijd as it states the Eurovision official web site, was the Dutch entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1971, performed in Dutch by Saskia & Serge.The song is a ballad, with the duo singing about the significance of time

Tiki (disambiguation)
Tiki refers to large wood and stone carvings of humanoid forms in Central Eastern Polynesian cultures of the Pacific Ocean.Tiki may also refer to:*Tiki , the first man in Māori mythology*Tiki Taane, New Zealand Maori electronica musician

The tikit is a 16-inch wheel folding bicycle with an unusually fast folding mechanism that can be folded/unfolded in less than five seconds. The tikit is manufactured in the USA by Bike Friday.-Specifications:

Til may refer to:*Til , a book by José de Alencar*Times Internet Limited, a company focusing on Online Publishing, part of The Times Group*Til Defence Systems, develops war games and simulation systems for commanders at all levels

Til (novel)
Til is a novel written by the Brazilian writer José de Alencar. It was first published in 1872.- External links :

Tila (moth)
Tila is a genus of moth in the family Gelechiidae.-Species:*Tila capsophilella *Tila sequanda

Tilapia (genus)
Tilapia is a large genus of cichlid fishes endemic to Africa, except for a single species that also occurs in the Middle East. The vast majority of the species are from tropical Western and Middle Africa, but there are also a few species in Northern, Eastern and Southern Africa

Tilda may refer to several things:*Tilda - A Quake-style, drop-down terminal emulator for GTK+*Tilda, an abbreviation for the female given name Matilda*Tilda Swinton, an Academy Award-winning actress

The tilde is a grapheme with several uses. The name of the character comes from Portuguese and Spanish, from the Latin titulus meaning "title" or "superscription", though the term "tilde" has evolved and now has a different meaning in linguistics.