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Time of arrival
Time of arrival , also called time of flight , is the travel time of a radio signal from a single transmitter to a remote single receiver. By the relation between light speed in vacuum and the carrier frequency of a signal the time is a measure for the distance between transmitter and receiver

Time Off
Time Off is a free weekly tabloid-sized music magazine that is released in Brisbane, QLD, Australia. Time Off is the oldest free music/entertainment weekly in Australia. Time Off began on campus at the University of Queensland, and was originally printed on A4 glossy stock. In the late 70s, Time Off began distribution off-campus on newsprint

Time out
Time out, time-out or timeout may refer to:* Television timeout, a break in sporting action so that a commercial break may be taken* Time-out , in various sports, a break in play, called by a team

Time Out
Time Out is a publishing company based in London, England. The company's best known product is the Time Out weekly listings magazine.The Time Out Group Limited conducts most of its business from London and New York City.-Publications:

Time out of Mind
Time Out of Mind is the 30th studio album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on September 30, 1997 on Columbia Records. It is his first double studio album since 1970's Self Portrait

Time Out of Mind (disambiguation)
Time Out of Mind may refer to:*Time Out of Mind, a 1997 album by Bob Dylan.*"Time Out of Mind", a song by Steely Dan*Time Out of Mind, a 1989 album by Grover Washington, Jr.

Time scale
A time scale specifies divisions of time.*Time standard, a specification of either the rate at which time passes, or points in time, or both*Duration , a quantity of time

Time signal
A time signal is a visible, audible, mechanical, or electronic signal used as a reference to determine the time of day.-Audible and visible time signals:

Time signature
The time signature is a notational convention used in Western musical notation to specify how many beats are in each measure and which note value constitutes one beat.

Time-Line
Time-Line was a 1983 album by progressive rock band Renaissance and the last album released by Renaissance before they disbanded in 1987.

Time-of-flight mass spectrometry
Time-of-flight mass spectrometry is a method of mass spectrometry in which an ion's mass-to-charge ratio is determined via a time measurement. Ions are accelerated by an electric field of known strength. This acceleration results in an ion having the same kinetic energy as any other ion that has the same charge. The velocity of the ion depends on the mass-to-charge ratio

Timecode (disambiguation)
Timecode may refer to:*Time code, a sequence of numeric codes generated at regular time intervals.*Timecode , a pseudonym for British DJ Rob Playford.*Timecode , directed by Mike Figgis.

TIMED
The TIMED mission was a two year project to study the dynamics of the Mesosphere and Lower Thermosphere portion of the Earth's atmosphere. The mission was launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California on December 7, 2001 aboard a Delta II rocket launch vehicle

Timekeeper
A timekeeper is an instrument or person that measures the passage of time; in the case of the latter, often with the assistance of a clock or stopwatch

Timekeepers
Timekeepers was a daytime quiz programme that aired on BBC1 for 2 series in 1995, the programme was hosted by Bill Dod.-Gameplay:On each edition 3 contestants have 5 minutes to start with and the aim of the show was to keep hold to as much time as possible over 4 rounds and the contestant with the most time after the 4 rounds was the winner and played the 'March Against Time'

Timeless
Timeless means the quality of being eternal, ageless, immortal, or not affected by time. Anachronisms can be regarded as timeless or out of time.It can also refer to:-Music:* Timeless Records, a jazz record label

Timeless (gene)
Timeless is a gene in Drosophila which encodes TIM, an essential protein that regulates circadian rhythms. Timeless mRNA and protein oscillate rhythmically with time as part of a transcription-translation [negative feedback] loop involving the period gene and its protein.-Discovery:Timeless was discovered by Dr. Michael W. Young and colleagues in 1994

Timeless (radio network)
Timeless was a 24-hour satellite music service of Citadel Media . It has distributed a mix of soft oldies and adult standards to radio stations around the USA

Timeless (UVERworld album)
Timeless is the first full album by Japanese rock band Uverworld. The album was released on February 15, 2006. The album entered the Oricon charts 33 times and it's ranked 5th at its peak. The album was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of Japan.On November 22, 2006, another edition of the album titled as Timeless was released

Timeless (Wet Wet Wet album)
Timeless is the eighth studio album from Wet Wet Wet, and their first in ten years. The album was released on 12 November 2007.The sleeve artwork is designed by Klaus Voorman, who also designed the artwork for The Beatles album Revolver.

Timeless (Zhang Liyin song)
"Timeless" is Zhang Liyin's debut single, released on September 8, 2006 in South Korea and featuring Xiah of boyband TVXQ. The song is a remake of Kelly Clarkson and Justin Guarini's duet, originally recorded in 2003; it has also been remade by Tina Arena and Kane Alexander in 2006

Timeout (mascot)
- Origins as live mascot :Fresno State adopted the Bulldog mascot in 1921, ten years after its founding as the Fresno Normal School. That year, which was also the first year of Football for the school, student body president Warren Moody and friends were continually greeted outside the main campus building by a white bulldog

Timer
A timer is a specialized type of clock. A timer can be used to control the sequence of an event or process. Whereas a stopwatch counts upwards from zero for measuring elapsed time, a timer counts down from a specified time interval, like an hourglass.Timers can be mechanical, electromechanical, electronic , or even software as all modern computers include digital

Times
The Times is a UK daily newspaper, the original English language newspaper titled "Times". Times may also refer to:In newspapers:*The Times , went defunct in 2005*The Times *The Times of Northwest Indiana

Times Square
Times Square is a major commercial intersection in the borough of Manhattan in New York City, at the junction of Broadway and Seventh Avenue and stretching from West 42nd to West 47th Streets

Times Square (soundtrack)
Times Square: The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is a 1980 soundtrack album of mostly New Wave and punk music, from the film of the same name

Timeserver
A time server is a server computer that reads the actual time from a reference clock and distributes this information to its clients using a computer network

Timetable
Timetable may refer to:* Calendar, a system of organizing one's schedule* Schedule , a list of employees who are working on any given day, week, or month in a workplace

Timewarps
Timewarps is a term used to describe a tool for manipulating the temporal dimension in a hierarchically described 3D computer animation system. It was coined by Jeff Smith and Karen Drewery in 1991

TIMI
TIMI stands for Thrombolysis In Myocardial Infarction and is the name of an Academic Research Organization which was founded by Dr. Eugene Braunwald in 1984

TiMidity
TiMidity++, originally and still frequently informally called TiMidity, is a software synthesizer that can play MIDI files without a hardware synthesizer

Timing
Timing is the time when something happens or the spacing of events in time. Some typical uses are:* The act of measuring the elapsed time of something or someone, often at athletic events such as swimming or running, where participants are timed with a device such as a stopwatch

Timing (music)
Timing in music refers to the ability to "keep time" accurately and to synchronise to an ensemble as well as "expressive timing" - subtle adjustment of tempo, note or beat duration for aesthetic effect.

Timm
Timm or TIMM may refer to:People*Bruce Timm, US animator and producer*Christian Timm, German footballer*Henry Christian Timm, US pianist, conductor, and composer*Joachim Christian Timm, German botanist*Mads Timm, Danish footballer

Timotei
Timotei is a Nordic shampoo brand owned by Unilever. The word Timotei comes from a wild grass called Timothy-grass. Timotei shampoo was launched in Sweden in the 1970s, and introduced to the world in the mid 1980s, but some countries only sold Timotei for a short period. The tagline was 'So mild you can wash your hair as often as you like'.

Timothy
Timothy was a first-century Christian bishop who died around the year 80. The New Testament indicates that Timothy traveled with Saint Paul, who was also his mentor

Timothy (name)
Timothy is a masculine given name. It comes from the Greek name meaning "honoring God" or "honored by God". It is a common name in several countries, including non-English speaking ones.

Timur (disambiguation)
-People:*Timur , a 14th century Turko-Mongol conqueror of much of western and central Asia*Timur , people with the name*Temür Khan, Emperor Chengzong of Yuan, the second leader of the Yuan Dynasty-Other uses:

Tin
Tin is a chemical element with the symbol Sn and atomic number 50. It is a main group metal in group 14 of the periodic table. Tin shows chemical similarity to both neighboring group 14 elements, germanium and lead and has two possible oxidation states, +2 and the slightly more stable +4

TIN
TIN may refer to:* Tax identification number, used for tax purposes in the United States* Triangulated irregular network, a geometric data structure* Titanium nitride , a ceramic material

Tin Can
Officially named the Indoor Athletic Center , the Tin Can was the home of North Carolina Tar Heels men's basketball from the 1924 season until the team's relocation to the Woollen Gymnasium in 1938

Tin foil
Tin foil, also spelled tinfoil, is a thin foil made of tin. Actual tin foil was superseded by cheaper and more durable aluminium foil after World War II, and aluminium foil is sometimes confused with "tin foil" because of its similarity to the former material.-History:Foil made from a thin leaf of tin was commercially available before its aluminium counterpart

Tin Man (TV miniseries)
Tin Man is a 2007 four and a half hour miniseries co-produced by RHI Entertainment and Sci Fi Channel original pictures that was broadcast in the United States on the Sci Fi Channel in three parts. The first part aired on December 2, and the remaining two parts airing on the following nights

Tin Man (TV miniseries)
Tin Man is a 2007 four and a half hour miniseries co-produced by RHI Entertainment and Sci Fi Channel original pictures that was broadcast in the United States on the Sci Fi Channel in three parts. The first part aired on December 2, and the remaining two parts airing on the following nights

Tin Pan Alley
Tin Pan Alley is the name given to the collection of New York City music publishers and songwriters who dominated the popular music of the United States in the late 19th century and early 20th century

Tin Pan Alley (film)
Tin Pan Alley is a 1940 musical film starring Alice Faye and Betty Grable as vaudeville singers/sisters and John Payne and Jack Oakie as songwriters in the years before World War I.Alfred Newman received the 1940 Academy Award for his work on the film

Tin Soldier (song)
"Tin Soldier" is a Rock song written by Steve Marriott . It was released on 2 December 1967, by the popular English band Small Faces. The song peaked at number nine in the UK singles chart.-Song profile:

Tina (given name)
Tina is a common female given name. It originates from Old English 'Tyne, Tyna, Tina', meaning river. It is also a nickname for names such as Bettina, Christina, Christine, Martina, Valentina, etc. The masculine counterpart is Tino

Tinajas
Tinajas is a municipality located in the province of Cuenca, Castile-La Mancha, Spain. According to the 2004 census , the municipality has a population of 370 inhabitants.

Tinamou
The tinamous are a family comprising 47 species of birds found in Central and South America. One of the most ancient living groups of bird, they are related to the ratites. Generally ground dwelling, they are found in a range of habitats.

Tinana
In Māori tradition, Tinana was one of the great ocean-going, voyaging canoes that was used in the migrations that settled New Zealand. The captain of Tinana was Tūmoana whose son was Kahutianui-o-te-rangi. The Ngāti Kahu iwi take their name from Kahutianui-o-te-rangi .

Tincture
A tincture is an alcoholic extract or solution of a non-volatile substance . To qualify as a tincture, the alcoholic extract is to have an ethanol percentage of at least 40-60%

Tinder
Tinder is easily combustible material used to ignite fires by rudimentary methods. A small fire consisting of tinder is then used to ignite kindling. Anything that can be ignited by a match can be considered tinder; or by more rigorous definition, anything that begins to glow under a shower of sparks

Tinderbox
A tinderbox is a small container containing flint, firesteel, and tinder , used together to help kindle a fire.

Tinderbox (application software)
Tinderbox is a personal content management system developed for Mac OS and Mac OS X by Eastgate Systems. MacWorld described it as " a remarkable tool for storing, arranging, exploring, and publishing data."

Tine
Tine may have one of the following meanings:*Tine – a 'prong' on a fork or similar implement, or any similar structure*Tine – the biggest dairy producer in Norway

Tinea
Tinea is a general term used to describe skin mycoses. The term ringworm is even less precise, but is usually considered a synonym.It is sometimes equated with dermatophytosis, and it is true that most conditions identified as "tinea" are members of the imperfect fungi that make up the dermatophytes

Tineidae
Tineidae is a family of moths in the order Lepidoptera. Collectively, they are known as fungus moths or tineid moths. The family contains considerably more than 3,000 species in over 300 genera. Most of the tineid moths are small or medium-sized, with wings held roofwise over the body at rest

Tineoidea
Tineoidea is the superfamily of moths that includes clothes moths, bagworms and relatives. There are six families usually included within it, Eriocottidae, Arrhenophanidae, Lypusidae, Acrolophidae, Tineidae and Psychidae, whose relationships are currently uncertain.The Lypusidae, for example, might actually belong to the Gelechioidea.-Sources:*Firefly Encyclopedia of Insects and

Ting
Ting may refer to:* Ting , an administrative unit in China during the Qin and Han Dynasties* Ting , an administrative unit in China during the Qing Dynasty

Ting (administrative unit)
Ting , an administrative unit in the Qin and Han Dynasties, 10x10 li in area. The most famous former Ting leader was Liu Bang, founder of the Han Dynasty.

Tingle
is the video game character of the eponymous Tingle series. He was originally part of the The Legend of Zelda series, first appearing in Majora's Mask, released in the year 2000. Since his first appearance, he has appeared in each installment of the series up through Spirit Tracks, except for Twilight Princess

Tingling
Tingling or Tili was a tribe union west of China before 300 BC. After c.300BC they were called tieloe or kauko. The avars was the tieloe tribe union most west members.

Tinhorn
Tinhorn, formed in 2005, is a Los Angeles based heavy metal group formed by guitarist Harrison Thomas and drummer Johnathan Thomas, sons of Canadian comedian Dave Thomas of SCTV fame

Tinieblas
Manuel Leal , better known as Tinieblas , is a Mexican luchador.-Professional wrestling career:Tinieblas began as a body builder and stunt man who was spotted by luchadores Black Shadow and Dory Dixon. Impressed by Leal's physique they convinced him to begin a career as a "luchador"