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A tinker was originally an itinerant tinsmith, who mended household utensils. The term "tinker" became used in British society to refer to marginalized persons

TINKER is a computer software application for molecular dynamics simulation with a complete and general package for molecular mechanics and molecular dynamics, with some special features for biopolymers

The Tinkerer is a fictional character, a supervillain appearing in comic books set in the Marvel Comics Universe

Tinkle is an Indian monthly magazine, published mainly in India. Originally owned by the India Book House, the Tinkle brand was acquired by ACK Media in 2007. The Magazine contains comics, stories, puzzles, quizzes, contests and other features targeted at school children, although its readership includes many adults as well

Tinn (disambiguation)
Tinn may refer to:* Tinn, municipality in the county of Telemark, Norway* Lake Tinn, Norwegian lake* Jack Tinn, English football manager* James Tinn, British Labour Party politician

Tinnitus |ringing]]") is the perception of sound within the human ear in the absence of corresponding external sound.Tinnitus is not a disease, but a symptom that can result from a wide range of underlying causes: abnormally loud sounds in the ear canal for even the briefest period , ear infections, foreign objects in the ear, nasal allergies that

Tino may refer to:* Alberto Costa , a Spanish footballer commonly known as Tino* Tino , an Italian island* Tino Corp., a record company* Tino Martinez, a first baseman in Major League Baseball

Tinsel is sparkling decorative material that mimics the effect of ice or icicles. When in long narrow strips, it emulates icicles. It was originally a metallic garland for Christmas decoration. The modern production of tinsel typically involves plastic, and is used particularly to decorate Christmas trees. It may be hung from ceilings or wrapped around statues, lampposts, and so on

A tinsmith, or tinner or tinker or tinplate worker, is a person who makes and repairs things made of light-coloured metal, particularly tinware

In color theory, a tint is the mixture of a color with white.Tint may also refer to:* Tint control, an adjustment to correct for phase error in the picture color on a NTSC television set* Tint , an album by Merzbow

Tint (album)
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Tintin (film)
The Adventures of Tintin is a 2011 American performance capture 3D film based on The Adventures of Tintin, a series of comic books created by Belgian artist Hergé

A Tintinnabulum is a bell mounted on a pole, placed in a Roman Catholic Basilica to signify the church's link with the Pope.-History:In the Middle Ages it served the practical function of alerting the people of Rome to the approach of the Pope during papal processions.

Tintinnabulum (disambiguation)
Tintinnabulum can refer to:* Tintinnabulum, a bell in a Roman Catholic Basilica* Tintinnabulum , a wind chime* Tintinnabuli - a music compositional style devised by the Estonian composer Arvo Pärt

Tintype, also melainotype and ferrotype, is a photograph made by creating a direct positive on a sheet of iron metal that is blackened by painting, lacquering or enamelling and is used as a support for a collodion photographic emulsion.

Tintypes is a musical revue conceived by Mary Kyte with Mel Marvin and Gary Pearle.With its time frame set between the turn of the 20th century and the onset of World War I, this chamber piece with a cast of five provides a musical history lesson focusing on an exciting and tumultuous period in American history

Tiny was a British cyclecar manufactured by Nanson, Barker & Co at Esholt, Yorkshire between 1912 and 1915.The first car, the 8 hp, produced in 1912 was powered by an air-cooled JAP V-twin engine, three-speed gearbox and chain drive. Unlike many cyclecars a differential was fitted to the rear axle

Tiny may refer to:* Tiny , a British cyclecar manufactured by Nanson, Barker & Co at Esholt, Yorkshire between 1912 and 1915* Tiny, Ontario, a township in south-central Ontario, Canada* Tara Tiny,a city car built in India

Tio may refer to:* Tio a character from the Zatch Bell!, a Japanese manga series* T'í'o, aka "Tiyo", a city in Eritrea* Tio, a town in Burkina Faso* Tió de Nadal* TiO, the chemical formula for titanium oxide

A tip is an extra payment made to certain service sector workers in addition to the advertised price of the transaction. Such payments and their size are a matter of social custom. Tipping varies among cultures and by service industry

Tip (Finger Eleven song)
"Tip" a single by musical act Finger Eleven. It is the second song of the album, the lead single and the last video to feature Rob Gommerman.-Music video:

Tip (unix utility)
tip is a unix utility for establishing a terminal connection to a remote system via a modem. It is commonly associated with Sun's Solaris as it comes with that operating system.-Basics:

Tip of the iceberg
Tip of the iceberg may refer to:* The portion of an iceberg which floats above the water's surface*Tip of the Iceberg, an album by MC Juice*Tip of the Iceberg , an EP by New Found Glory*Tip of the Iceberg, a 1993 album by Greater Than One

Tip of the Iceberg (New Found Glory album)
Tip of the Iceberg is the third extended play by American rock band New Found Glory, released on April 29, 2008 through independent label Bridge Nine Records.

Tip Off
Tip Off is a basketball game released for the Amiga and Atari. It was developed in 1991 by Anco

A tipi is a Lakota name for a conical tent traditionally made of animal skins and wooden poles used by the nomadic tribes and sedentary tribal dwellers of the Great Plains

Tipi (disambiguation)
Tipi, Tepee, Teepee or Tee pee may refer to* Tipi, a dwelling used by North American Indians of the Great Plains* Tipi, a district of the city of Aurora, in the Brazilian state of Ceará* The children's television series Tipi Tales

TIPICA, Boletín Electrónico de Salud Escolar is Colombian psychological journal for peer-review publication. It focuses on educational psychology and related issues. The current editor is the Colombian psychologist Henrry Sanchez.

The Barangay of Tipolo is a barangay in Mandaue City, Philippines.-Origin of name:

Tipper is a British composer and producer specializing in electronic music that ranges from Ambient, through Trip Hop, to uptempo Nuskool Breakbeat

A tippet is a stole or scarf-like narrow piece of clothing, worn over the shoulders. They evolved in the fourteenth century from long sleeves and typically had one end hanging down to the knees

Tipping point (climatology)
A climate tipping point is a point when global climate changes from one stable state to another stable state, in a similar manner to a wine glass tipping over. After the tipping point has been passed, a transition to a new state occurs

Tipple can mean:* Coal tipple, a structure used for loading coal into railroad cars* Tipple * Tipple a Welsh surname.* Slang term for alcoholic beverage* Tipple App is an iPhone app designed to help moderate drinking

Tips may refer to:* Tip , extra payment left by guests* Tips Industries, an Indian film production company* Gambling suggestions made by a TipsterTIPS as an acronym may refer to:* Operation TIPS, Terrorism Information and Prevention System

The term tipster refers to someone who on a regular basis provides information on likely winners in sporting events. In the past tips were bartered for and traded but in modern times, thanks largely to the Internet and premium rate telephone lines, it's increasingly likely that a tip will be sold.A tip in gambling terms is a bet suggested by a third party who is

Tipsy (band)
Tipsy is an electronic music band, formed by Tim Digulla and David Gardner in San Francisco, CA in 1996. Their music is a quirky blend of lounge and experimental sound collage.-Albums:* 1996 – Trip Tease* 2001 – Uh-Oh!

TipTop (game)
TipTop is a titles-matching computer puzzle game created by ASAP Games and published by PopCap Games.-Gameplay:There are 3 types of gameplay:

Tir (receptor)
Tir is an essential component in the adherence of the enteropathogenic Escherichia coli and enterohemorraghic Escherichia coli to the cells lining the small intestine. To aid attachment, both EPEC and EHEC possess the ability to reorganise the host cell actin cytoskeleton via the secretion of virulence factors

Tira may refer to:* Al-Tira, Haifa, a village in the Haifa District of British Mandate Palestine* Al-Tira , a village in the Ramla District of British Mandate Palestine* Al-Tira, Baysan, a village in the Beisan District of British Mandate Palestine

Tiramisu, , , literally "pick me up", is an Italian cake and dessert.It is made of ladyfingers dipped in coffee, layered with a whipped mixture of egg yolks and mascarpone, and flavored with liquor and cocoa

Tirando is a method of plucking used in Classical guitar and Flamenco guitar. Tirando is Spanish for "pulling." In English, it is also called a "free stroke")

Tire (disambiguation)
Tire may refer to:* Tire or tyre , the pneumatic tire on vehicles* Tire, the physical feeling of fatigue* Railway tires, the steel tires on railway vehicles

Tired may refer to:* Fatigue , a feeling of exhaustion* "Tired", a song by Rollins Band on Weight from 1994* "Tired", a song by Willa Ford on Willa Was Here from 2001* "Tired", a song by LCD Soundsystem on LCD Soundsystem from 2005

Tired and Emotional
Tired and Emotional is the debut album by Irish jazz singer Mary Coughlan first released in 1985 under East West Records, a subsidiary of Warner Music Group .- Track listing :

Tiri may refer to:* Tiri, Azerbaijan* Tiri, Central African Republic* Tiri, Estonia* Tiri, Lebanon

Tiros is a Brazilian municipality located in the northwest of the state of Minas Gerais. Its population as of 2007 was 7,416 people living in a total area of 2,093 km². The city belongs to the mesoregion of Triângulo Mineiro e Alto Paranaíba and to the microregion of Patos de Minas

Tirpitz (pig)
Tirpitz was a pig captured from the German Navy after a naval skirmish following the Battle of the Falkland Islands in 1914. He subsequently became the mascot of the cruiser HMS Glasgow.- Early life :

Tirso is Spanish and Portuguese for Thyrsus, and usually refers to the saint of that name . It can also refer to:People*Tirso de Molina , Spanish playwright, poet and friar

A herbal tea, tisane, or ptisan is a herbal or plant infusion and usually not made from the leaves of the tea bush . Typically, herbal tea is simply the combination of boiling water and dried fruits, flowers or herbs. Herbal tea has been imbibed for nearly as long as written history extends

Tisha is a given name, and may refer to:* Tisha Abundo , Philippine Sports Commissioner* Tisha Campbell-Martin , American actress* Tisha Martin , British actress and singer* Tisha Sterling , American actress

Tissue may refer to:* Tissue , a group of biological cells that perform a similar function* Tissue , the geometer moth, Triphosa dubitata* Tissue paper, a type of thin, translucent paper used for wrapping and cushioning items

Tissue paper
Tissue paper is a lightweight paper or, light crêpe paper. Tissue can be made both from virgin and recycled paper pulp.-Properties:Key properties are: strength, absorbency, basis weight, thickness , brightness, stretch, appearance and comfort.

TIT, Tit., tit., Tit, or Tits may refer to:- Birds :* Tit , of the family Paridae, including tits, chickadees and titmice* Long-tailed tits, of the family Aegithalidae* Wrentit, of the family Sylviidae

Titan most often refers to:*Titan , a class of deities who preceded the Olympians in Greek mythology*Titan , the largest moon of the planet Saturn-Music:*Titan, working title of Symphony No

Titan (DC Comics)
Titan is a moon in the 30th and 31st centuries of the . The moon is inhabited by a colony of telepaths.It is the fictional home world of Saturn Girl, Imra Ardeen. She is one of the most powerful telepaths in the history of Titan

Titan (game engine)
-Titan:Titan is a game engine developed by Stainless Steel Studios used in the real-time strategy genre. It was mainly used as a PC game engine in the early 2000s

Titan (Imperial Guard)
Titan is a fictional character that appears in the Marvel Universe.-Publication history:Titan first appeared in X-Men #107-109 , and was created by Chris Claremont and Dave Cockrum.

Titan (Marvel Comics)
In the Marvel Universe, Saturn's moon Titan is the fictional home of the Titanian Eternals. It first appeared in Iron Man #55 and was created by Jim Starlin and Mike Friedrich

Titan (microprocessor)
Titan was supposed to be a family of 32-bit Power Architecture-based microprocessor cores designed by Applied Micro Circuits Corporation , but was scrapped in 2010 according to reports

Titan (prison)
Titan Prison or Titan jail was a proposed new classification of prison in England and Wales, designed to increase the overall prison capacity and improve operational efficiency.

Titania (ballet)
Titania is a ballet in 1 Act, with choreography by Marius Petipa, and music by Cesare Pugni.First presented by the Imperial Ballet on November 18/30 , 1866 for the Imperial court at the theatre of the Mikhailovsky Palace, St. Petersburg, Russia.

Titania (comics)
Titania, in comics, may refer to:* Titania , a Marvel Comics villain* Titania , another Marvel Comics villain* Titania , a DC comics character

Titania (Grapplers)
Davida DeVito, now known as Lascivious and formerly known as Titania, is a fictional supervillain appearing in comic books published by Marvel Comics.-Fictional character biography: