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Titans (Canadian TV series)
Titans was a Canadian docudrama series produced for the 1981/82 season by CBC and Citytv . The premise features staged interviews involving Patrick Watson and an actor who portrays a historical figure, conceptually similar to Watson's earlier series, Witness to Yesterday.The program began as a summer series on CBC Television starting 3 July 1981

A tithe is a one-tenth part of something, paid as a contribution to a religious organization or compulsory tax to government. Today, tithes are normally voluntary and paid in cash, cheques, or stocks, whereas historically tithes were required and paid in kind, such as agricultural products

The titis, or titi monkeys, are the New World monkeys of the genus Callicebus. They are the only extant members of the Callicebinae subfamily, which also contains the extinct genera Xenothrix, Antillothrix, Paralouatta, Carlocebus, Homunculus, Lagonimico and possibly also Tremacebus.Titis live in South America, from Colombia to Brazil, Peru and north

Titi (disambiguation)
Titi may refer to:Animals* Central American Squirrel Monkey, referred to as the "titi monkey" in Costa Rica* Geoffroy's Tamarin, referred to as "titi monkey" in Panama* Titi, a New World monkey in the genus Callicebus

Titian (disambiguation)
Titian may refer to:* Titian, a Venetian painter of the Italian Renaissance.* St. Titian of Brescia, 5th century bishop of Brescia.* St. Titian of Oderzo, 7th century bishop of Oderzo.

Titiyo Yambalu Felicia Jah is a Swedish pop singer and songwriter, who has won four Grammis.-Early life:Titiyo was born in Stockholm, Sweden, to Ahmadu Jah, a Sierra Leonean drummer, and Maylen Bergström. She is the half- sister of singer Neneh Cherry, and stepsister to Eagle-Eye Cherry

A title is a prefix or suffix added to someone's name to signify either veneration, an official position or a professional or academic qualification. In some languages, titles may even be inserted between a first and last name

Title page
The title page of a book, thesis or other written work is the page at or near the front which displays its title and author, usually together with information relating to the publication of the book

Title TK
Title TK is the third album from the American alternative rock band The Breeders. The album was released on May 20, 2002 by 4AD in the United Kingdom and distributed by Elektra records in the United States. Title TK was engineered by Steve Albini, who also engineered The Breeders' debut album Pod

The tits, chickadees, and titmice constitute Paridae, a large family of small passerine birds which occur in the northern hemisphere and Africa

Titration (disambiguation)
Titration is a common laboratory method of quantitative chemical analysis that is used to determine the unknown concentration of a known reactant.Titration may also refer to:* Acid-base titration, based on the neutralization reaction

A tittle is a small distinguishing mark, such as a diacritic or the dot on a lowercase i or j. The tittle is an integral part of the glyph of i and j, but diacritic dots can appear over other letters in various languages

Tittle (surname)
Tittle is a surname, and may refer to:* Ian Tittle , West Indian cricket player* Minnie Tittle American actress, better known under her stage name of Minnie Tittell Brune* Steve Tittle , Canadian composer and teacher

Titty may refer to:* Titty Fruit, a medicinal plant* Titty Hill, West Sussex, England* a slang term for breast* Titti, an Indian bagpipe

Titular means existing in title only. It may refer to:*Titular ruler, a person in an official position of leadership who possesses few, if any, actual powers*Titular , bishop or titular cardinal, whose see is in name only**titulus**titular see

Titular (Catholicism)
In Roman Catholicism, a titular can be:*the cardinal who holds a titulus, one of the main churches of Rome. Such holders were initially by tradition native-born Romans . The first church in Rome to have a non-Italian titular was Santi Quattro Coronati: Dietrich of Trier was appointed titular in 975 by Pope Benedict VII

Titulus (disambiguation)
Titulus, the Latin for "title" , may or may not be italicized as a foreign word, and may refer to:* titulus, or Titular church, one of a group of Early Christian churches around the edges of Rome.

Titulus (inscription)
Titulus is a term used for the labels or captions naming figures or subjects in art, which were commonly added in classical and medieval art, and remain conventional in Eastern Orthodox icons

Titus , was Roman Emperor from 79 to 81. A member of the Flavian dynasty, Titus succeeded his father Vespasian upon his death, thus becoming the first Roman Emperor to come to the throne after his own father.

Titus (soundtrack)
Titus is the original soundtrack to the 1999 motion picture Titus. Elliot Goldenthal wrote the score for the film, an adaptation of Shakespeare's first, and bloodiest, tragedy Titus Andronicus; written and directed by Julie Taymor, Goldenthal's long-time friend and partner

Titus (usurper)
Titus is one of the Thirty Tyrants, a list of Roman usurpers compiled by the author of the often unreliable Historia Augusta. Titus was said to have revolted against Maximinus Thrax, a Roman Emperor who ruled 235-238, after the revolt of Magnus.

Tiu is a proper name that has these meanings:* Tiu , the first Pharaoh of Lower Egypt* Týr, as the Old English name for the Sky-God of Norse Mythology

-In game, music and film:* Three Kingdoms Online, a browser based strategy game* "TKO" , an episode of Babylon 5* "T.K.O. ", a song from Elvis Costello's Punch the Clock album* "TKO", a song from Le Tigre's This Island

TKO (band)
TKO was a hard rock/heavy metal band from Seattle, Washington. The group's leader and only consistent member was singer Brad Sinsel. TKO lasted from approximately 1977-2001.

TL or Tl may stand for:codes* Airnorth IATA airline designator* East Timor ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code** .tl, East Timor's Internet country code top-level domain* Tagalog language ISO 639 alpha-2 code

Tlapanec may refer to:*Tlapanec people, an indigenous people of Mexico*Tlapanec language, an indigenous Mesoamerican language, classified in the Oto-Manguean language family

TLC normally refers to "Tender Loving Care"It may also refer to:In Business* Trading Limited Company, a form of limited liability company under UK law* Trade Life Cycle In entertainment:

Tleń is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Osie, within Świecie County, Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship, in north-central Poland. It lies approximately west of Osie, north-west of Świecie, and north of Bydgoszcz.

-Commerce:* Trademark * TM Importing , Largest Dokha Tobacoo Exporter with "TM" as its Logo in Denver, CO USA* LAM Mozambique Airlines , with "TM" as its IATA airline designator

- Organizations :* Air Tahiti Nui, a French Polynesian airline with the IATA airline designation "TN"* Texas and Northern Railway, an American railway with the reporting mark "TN"* Todo Noticias, an Argentine cable news network- Places :

TNA may refer to:*Tamil National Alliance, a political coalition in Sri Lanka*The National Archives, in the United Kingdom*The New Amsterdams, a band*Threose nucleic acid, an analog of the nucleic acid DNA*Tonga Nurses' Association

TNT is the chemical explosive trinitrotoluene.TNT or T.N.T. may also refer to:-Television:* TNT , American cable television channel and its international offshoots* TNT , a television station in Launceston, Australia

TNT is the chemical explosive trinitrotoluene.TNT or T.N.T. may also refer to:-Television:* TNT , American cable television channel and its international offshoots* TNT , a television station in Launceston, Australia

TNT (clothing)
TNT is an Israel-based urban fashion label aimed at the teen and young adult market. Started in 1999, as of 2007 it controls 20 percent of the clothing market for young people in Israel. With international locations in Romania in 2007, and Russia in early 2008, the company is owned by Honigman & Sons Ltd.. The chain has 57 stores across Israel

TNT (Russia)
TNT is a Russian brand name of TNT-Broadcasting Network, one of Russia’s top five television networks. It reaches over 100 million people throughout Russia offering a light entertainment aimed at a younger audience from age 16 through age 30.Thanks to its blend of innovative reality programmes and a variety of original comedy shows backed up by probably the

TNT (TNT album)
-Band:*Dag Ingebrigtsen – lead vocals and rhythm guitars*Ronni Le Tekrø – lead guitars*Steinar Eikum – bass guitar*Morten "Diesel" Dahl – drums, percussion-Sources:*

To a Tee
To a Tee is a 2006 film written and directed by Matt Riddlehoover, which has been described as “Annie Hall meets Will & Grace” . The film's sharply edited theatrical trailer sparked much attention on the Web, specifically on MySpace.-Synopsis:

To Cut a Long Story Short
"To Cut a Long Story Short" is a 1980 song by Spandau Ballet. It was their first single and reached number 5 on the UK singles chart. It appeared on the album Journeys to Glory.-Reception:

To Die For (song)
"To Die For" is a song released by Luke Galliana, who entered it into Disney in 2007. The song made the final eight, but failed to gain the votes of a BBC Radio 2 audience on a Friday morning. The single was released on April 30, 2001, and entered the UK chart at number 42. The song became a huge hit on The Box TV channel. The single was produced by Pete Waterman

To Each His Own (novel)
To Each His Own is a 1966 detective novel by Leonardo Sciascia in which an introverted academic , in attempting to solve a double-homicide, is murdered for his naive interference in town politics.

To Err is Human
To Err is Human: Building a Safer Health System is a report issued in November 1999 by the U.S. Institute of Medicine that may have resulted in increased awareness of U.S. medical errors. The push for patient safety that followed its release continues

To hell in a handbasket
"Going to hell in a handbasket", "going to hell in a handcart", "going to hell in a handbag" and "sending something to hell in a handbasket" are variations on an American alliterative locution of unclear origin, which describes a situation headed for disaster without effort or in great haste.Its first use recorded in the Oxford English Dictionary is in an

To Mother
To Mother is the first EP recorded by Babes in Toyland consisting of the outtakes from the previous release Spanking Machine, but was rerecorded in Europe after their tour with Sonic Youth which can be seen on 1991: The Year Punk Broke

To Tell the Truth (Canada)
To Tell the Truth is a Canadian version of the original American version To Tell the Truth. It was broadcast on CTV between 1962 and 1964. The show was hosted by Don Cameron and the panelists included Toby Tarnow, Robert Hall, Dorothy Cameron and Stan Helleur. It aired at 10 PM on Thursdays.- External links :* at Canadian Communications Foundation*

To the Death
To the Death may refer to:*"To the Death" , a 1996 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode*To the Death , 1994*To the Death , 2009*To the Death , a 1917 silent film

To the Death (album)
To the Death is the debut album from hardcore rap group M.O.P. released on April 7, 1994 on Select Street Records. It was produced by DR Period; "Guns N Roses" was produced by Silver D.- Track listing :

To the Max
-Reception:-Tracklisting:# Ms. Got The Body # Let's Ride And Slide # Everlove # Hide And Freak # You Are The One # Take It To The Max # Love's Train # Ain't Nobody Baby # T.H.E

To the Point
To the Point is an hour-long public affairs radio program co-produced by KCRW in Santa Monica, California and Public Radio International. The program originates at KCRW at 12 pm Pacific Time each weekday. Award-winning journalist Warren Olney hosts the show; it is syndicated nationwide by PRI and currently airs in 15 states and Washington, D.C. by Public Radio International

To the Stars (trilogy)
The To the Stars trilogy is a series of science fiction novels by Harry Harrison, first published in 1980 and 1981

To Whom It May Concern (Nat King Cole album)
To Whom It May Concern is a 1959 album by Nat King Cole, arranged by Nelson Riddle. -Track listing:#"To Whom It May Concern" #"Lovewise" #"Too Much" #"In the Heart of Jane Doe"

To Whom It May Concern (Splender album)
To Whom It May Concern is the second studio album from Splender.-Track listing:#"Happier This Way" - 2:56#"High" - 3:35#"But, Anyway" - 3:06#"Loneliest Person I Know" - 4:04#"Save It For Later" - 4:00#"Maybe Someday" - 3:51

TOA may refer to:* Tindale-Oliver & Associates, Inc., a planning and engineering firm in Florida* Time of arrival* The Turkish Occupied Area of Cyprus due to the Turkish invasion in 1974.* The IATA airport code for Zamperini Field

Toa is a Polynesian word for warrior.Toa may also refer to:*Tindale-Oliver & Associates, Inc., a planning and engineering firm located in Florida*Toa River, a river in Cuba

A toad is any of a number of species of amphibians in the order Anura characterized by dry, leathery skin , short legs, and snoat-like parotoid glands

Toast is bread that has been browned by exposure to radiant heat. This browning reaction is known as the Maillard reaction. Toasting warms the bread and makes it firmer, so it holds toppings more securely

Toast (play)
Toast is a play written in 1999 by English playwright Richard Bean. It premiered at the Royal Court Theatre, London in 1999. The play tells the story of seven men who all work in a bread factory in Hull

The toaster is typically a small electric kitchen appliance designed to toast multiple types of bread products. A typical modern two-slice toaster draws anywhere between 600 and 1200 W and makes toast in 1 to 3 minutes

Tobacco Road (album)
Tobacco Road is the second album from Seattle-based hip-hop duo Common Market. It was released on September 9, 2008 via Massline Media. The album's title is a reference to the tobacco-producing region of North Carolina.

Tobacco Road (bar)
The Tobacco Road is a bar in downtown Miami, Florida, United States. It is the oldest bar in the city. It opened in November 1912, is still in business, and has operated nearly continuously since opening, having been shut down briefly at times for run ins with the law, such as when the upstairs, now a live music venue, was used as a speakeasy during Prohibition

Tobacco Road (disambiguation)
Tobacco Road most commonly refers to the tobacco-producing region of North Carolina. It may also refer to:*Tobacco Road , by Erskine Caldwell**Tobacco Road A 1933 play based on the novel

Tobacco Road (film)
Tobacco Road is a 1941 film directed by John Ford starring Charley Grapewin, Marjorie Rambeau, Gene Tierney, William Tracy and Dana Andrews. It was based on the novel of the same name by Erskine Caldwell, but the plot was rewritten for the film.-Cast:

Tobacco Road (song)
"Tobacco Road" is a song written and first recorded by John D. Loudermilk in 1960 that was a hit for The Nashville Teens in 1964 and has since become a standard across several musical genres.

A tobacconist is an expert dealer in tobacco in various forms and the related accoutrements .Such accoutrements include pipes, lighters, matches, pipe cleaners, pipe tampers, ashtrays, humidification devices, hygrometers, humidors, cigar cutters, and more. Books and magazines, especially ones related to tobacco are commonly offered

Tobar is a village in the North of Spain. It is located in the province of Burgos, within the Castile and León region. It is 35 km northwest ofBurgos.-General details:

Tobiah (Ammonite)
Tobiah was an Ammonite official who incited the Ammonites to hinder Ezra and Nehemiah's efforts to rebuild Jerusalem. He, along with Sanballat the Horonite and Geshem the Arab, resorted to a stratagem, and, pretending to wish a conference with Nehemiah, invited him to meet them at Ono, Benjamin