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Tobias (bishop)
Tobias was a medieval Bishop of Rochester. He was consecrated between 699 and 716. He died in 726.-External links:*

A toboggan is a simple sled which is a traditional form of transport used by the Innu and Cree of northern Canada. In modern times, it is used on snow to carry one or more people down a hill or other slope for recreation. Designs vary from simple, traditional models to modern engineered composites

Toboggan (BMX trick)
Toboggan is the name for a BMX trick where the bars are turned 90 degrees, held with one hand. The other hand grabs the front of the seat, while your legs push back so you are extended over the back of the bike, with the nose pointing down. Invented in Portland, Oregon by local Jeff Tabacchi.

Toboggan (disambiguation)
Toboggan may refer to:*Toboggan, a sled*Toboggan *Toboggan *Toboggan , a roller coaster*Toboggan Handicap, a thoroughbred horse race

Toby is a popular male name in many English speaking countries.The name is ultimately derived from Hebrew אלוהים הוא טוב Alohim hoa Tov and roughly translates as "The Lord is Good". The name is now often used in its own right, but originated as a contraction of Tobias

Toby (disambiguation)
Toby is a masculine given name. It may also refer to:*Toby , 1960s Canadian television series, featuring a female title character.*Toby , a 1974 release by The Chi-Lites

Tocantins may refer to:* Tocantins, a state in Brazil* Tocantins River, a river in Brazil* Survivor: Tocantins, a reality show set in Tocantins, Brazil* Tocantins Esporte Clube, a Brazilian football club

Toccata (song)
Toccata is the second track from Emerson, Lake & Palmer's 1973 album Brain Salad Surgery. It is an arrangement of the 4th Movement of Alberto Ginastera's Piano Concerto No. 1, Op. 28 .The song features heavy use of synthesizers

In Caribbean countries such as Puerto Rico and Cuba, tocino is made from pork fatback and neither cured nor smoked, but just fried until very crunchy and added to recipes, much like lardons in French cuisine.-Preparation in the Philippines:

Toco is the most northeasterly village on the island of Trinidad in the County of Saint David at the point where the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean meet. Tobago lies only some 35 kilometers to the northeast which renders Toco the closest point in Trinidad to the sister island. The name Toco was ascribed to the area by its early Amerindian inhabitants

Tocsin (album)
-Track listing:# "Mondlicht"# "Eiland"# "Reigen"# "Tag Für Tag"# "Augen-Blick"# "Begrab Mein Herz"# "Nachtschatten"# "Xmass in Australia"# "Derwisch"# "Incubus succubus II"# "Vito""Incubus succubus II" and "Vito" are not on the UK vinyl version.

Tocsin (disambiguation)
Tocsin may refer to:*The tocsin, an alarm or other signal sounded by a bell or bells, especially with reference to France.*"Tocsin", the title of a Socialist magazine published by Joseph Lee in 1907 in Dundee, Scotland.

Tod may refer to:Surname:* James Tod, British East India Company army officer and political agent, author of Annals and Antiquities of Rajasthan* John Tod, 1779-1830, an historical member of the U.S

Toda can refer to:People:*Hiroshi Toda, Japanese mathematician*Morikazu Toda, Japanese physicist*Keiko Toda, Japanese actress*Erika Toda, Japanese actress*Naho Toda, Japanese actress*Toda Seigen, swordsman*Toda Katsushige, daimyo

Today may refer to:* Current events; see Portal:Current events* Present, the time that is perceived directly, often called now-Broadcast:* Today , a U.S

Today (Angela Aki album)
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Today (Australian TV program)
Today and Weekend Today are Australian breakfast television programmes, the show is often referred to as The Today Show. The show has been broadcast live by the Nine Network each morning since 1982

Today (EP)
Today is an EP released by Everlast in 1999 under the Tommy Boy record label. There are several versions of this CD. It includes the Grammy Award winning song "Put Your Lights On" with Carlos Santana.-Worldwide 8 Track Edition:

Today (Jefferson Airplane song)
"Today" is a folk rock ballad written by Marty Balin and Paul Kantner from the band Jefferson Airplane. It first appeared on their breakthrough album, Surrealistic Pillow, with a live version later appearing on the expanded rerelease of Bless Its Pointed Little Head. Marty Balin said, "I wrote it to try to meet Tony Bennett. He was recording in the next studio

Today (Johnny Maestro and The Brooklyn Bridge album)
Today is collection of classic songs by The Brooklyn Bridge and The Crests, as well as other notable doo wop songs, that were re-recorded by the current line-up of Johnny Maestro & The Brooklyn Bridge. The album was released on May 11, 2004 by Collectables Records

Today (Perry Como album)
Today was Perry Como's 29th and final RCA Victor long-play album of his 50 year music career. This is also the penultimate recording ever made by Perry Como, the last being for a Christmas special in 1994

Today (Superpitcher album)
Today is a mix album made by German electronic music artist Superpitcher. It was released in 2005 on the Kompakt music label.-Track listing:# "Spark" – 7:24# "Let's Help Me" – 4:59

Todd may refer to:*Todd *Todd *Todd , a 1974 album by Todd Rundgren*Todd *Todd, California*Todd, North Carolina*Todd County, Kentucky*Todd County, Minnesota*Todd County, South Dakota

Toddy (PepsiCo)
Toddy is a powdered milk drink manufactured by PepsiCo. As of today, it is mainly marketed and sold in Brazil and Venezuela, but in the 1950s-1960s it was sold as a canned beverage and marketed towards Americans, especially at drive-in movie theaters where it was advertised with the cartoon mascot "Rodeo Joe".-History:Toddy was established in 1930 by Puerto Rican Pedro Erasmo

Toe (band)
Toe is a Japanese music group. While mentioned in many post-rock circles, their song structure and dynamics are similar to many popular math rock artists.

Toe jam
Toe jam is a slang expression for the lint, residue of body oil and sweat, and dirt that accumulates between a person's toes or gets stuck to the nailbed of a toe

Toe the line
"Toe the line" is an idiomatic expression meaning to conform to a rule or a standard.The expression has disputed origins. It is commonly thought that its origins lie in the British House of Commons where sword-strapped members were instructed to stand behind lines that were two sword-lengths apart from their political rivals in order to restore decorum

In British English slang, a toff is a mildly derogatory term for someone with an aristocratic background or belonging to the landed gentry, particularly someone who exudes an air of superiority

Toffee is a confection made by caramelizing sugar or molasses along with butter, and occasionally flour. The mixture is heated until its temperature reaches the hard crack stage of 300 to 310 °F

Toffee Apple (album)
Toffee Apple is an album by the Australian children's musician Peter Combe. It features the popular songs Juicy Juicy Green Grass , Toffee Apple and Jack and the Beanstalk, alongside several other song which remain in Combe's current set list.-Track listing:#"Juicy Juicy Green Grass "#"Moon Moon"#"The Silly Postman"#"Cats"#"Toffee

is a food made by coagulating soy milk and then pressing the resulting curds into soft white blocks. It is part of East Asian and Southeast Asian cuisine such as Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Indonesian, Vietnamese, and others. There are many different varieties of tofu, including fresh tofu and tofu that has been processed in some way

Tofu (disambiguation)
Tofu may refer to:* Tofu, the food* TOFU, an acronym for top-posting* Tofu Records, a former American record label for Japanese artists* TUFU, pronounced tofu, information security slang acronym for Trust Upon First Use

Tog or TOG may refer to:* Bruce "Tog" Tognazzini a usability consultant in the Nielsen Norman Group, specialising in human/computer interaction* Tales of Graces, the twelfth mothership title in the Tales video game series.

Tog (unit)
The tog is a measure of thermal resistance of a unit area, also known as thermal insulance, commonly used in the textile industry, and often seen quoted on, for example, duvets and carpet underlay.

The toga, a distinctive garment of Ancient Rome, was a cloth of perhaps 20 ft in length which was wrapped around the body and was generally worn over a tunic. The toga was made of wool, and the tunic under it often was made of linen. After the 2nd century BC, the toga was a garment worn exclusively by men, and only Roman citizens were allowed to wear the toga

-Film and television:* Together , a British drama directed by Lorenza Mazzetti* Together , an American film directed by Sean S

Together (1928 song)
"Together" is a 1928 popular song with music by Ray Henderson and lyrics by Buddy G. DeSylva and Lew Brown. The most popular 1928 recording of the song, by Paul Whiteman, with Bix Beiderbecke on cornet, was a #1 hit for two weeks.

Together (1956 film)
Together is a 1956 film about two deaf people in the East End of London, directed by Lorenza Mazzetti, in collaboration with Denis Horne. The two main characters are played by artists Eduardo Paolozzi and Michael Andrews, who were friends of the filmmaker

Together (band)
Together is a French house duo consisting of DJ Falcon and one-half of Daft Punk, Thomas Bangalter. They released tracks on Bangalter's own label titled Roulé. The duo released two songs: "So Much Love to Give" and "Together"

Together (Jason Trachtenburg album)
Together is the second solo album from Jason Trachtenburg. It was recorded in 2006 at Grampa Studios in Manhattan, New York City, by Mick Cantarella. Jason's daughter Rachel Trachtenburg played drums on "Anybody Can Tell It " and "Read Between The Lines"; Michael J. Bowman played drums on the rest of the tracks. Alec Cumming played bass

Together (Oak Ridge Boys album)
-Track listing:#"Whiskey Lady" #"Ready to Take My Chances" #"Trying to Love Two Women" #"Heart of Mine" #"Beautiful You"

Together (Together song)
"Together" is the debut song of the collaborative band by Thomas Bangalter and DJ Falcon, who are also known as Together. There is a vocal sample from the movie "Pleasantville" in the beginning of the song saying "A time has come to make a decision: are we in this thing alone, or are we in it together?" The musical sample is from "Because of You" by Slave and the vocals are sampled

Together (TVXQ song)
"Together" is Tohoshinki's 15th Japanese single. It was released on December 19, 2007 and debuted at #2 on the Oricon Daily Charts, ending as #3 overall for the week

Together (Wherever We Go)
"Together " is a song, now considered a standard, with music by Jule Styne and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, written for the musical play Gypsy in 1959.-Recorded versions:*Tammy Blanchard*The Four Lads

__FORCETOC__Togetherness is the feeling of being close to another person emotionally and physically. It is an emotion which cannot be definitive outside of its current sociological meaning, and the reality of such a term is not "knowledge." It is well symbolized by the gesture of holding both hands up, slightly cupped with palms facing each other, and moving them together to create a

Toggle may refer to:*Toggle mechanism*Toggle switch*Toggling harpoon*A type of textile closure, like an elongated button*Toggle , a character in the comic strip Doonesbury

Togian Islands
The Togian Islands are an archipelago of 56 islands and islets, in the Gulf of Tomini, off the coast of Central Sulawesi, in Indonesia. The three largest islands are Batudaka, Togian, and Talatakoh

TOGO was a Japanese roller coaster design company, famous for inventing the stand-up roller coaster. TOGO went bankrupt in the early 2000s due to a lawsuit by Knott's Berry Farm for problems with their Windjammer roller coaster. TOGO is also credited with creating the first working pipeline roller coaster, the Ultra Twister

Togo (character)
Togo is a character in the popular Nancy Drew mystery series. Togo is Nancy Drew's dog. He was introduced in the original version of The Whispering Statue as a Bull Terrier. In both the original and revised versions of The Ghost of Blackwood Hall he is a Fox Terrier. In Mystery of Crocodile Island he is a Bull Terrier. Togo helps Nancy sometimes in her cases.

Terry's Old Geezers/Gals/Gits were people who listened to the Wake Up to Wogan show on BBC Radio 2 until it ended in December 2009. They often take on pseudonyms, as did the newsreaders, prior to February 2007

Toi (name)
Toi is a fairly common man's name in Māori and other Polynesian languages.The best known men named Toi are the following from Māori legendary history, who are sometimes confused with one another:

Toi (song)
"Toi" was the Luxembourgish entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1975, performed in French by Irish singer Geraldine. The entry had a high pedigree, being penned by three authors/composers who had all written/composed previous Eurovision winners

A toilet is a sanitation fixture used primarily for the disposal of human excrement, often found in a small room referred to as a toilet/bathroom/lavatory

Toilet (disambiguation)
Toilet may refer to:*Toilet, plumbing fixture and disposal system for the disposal of the bodily wastes**Flush toilet**Low flush toilet*Toileting, the act of assisting a dependent patient with his/her elimination needs

Toilet paper (disambiguation)
Toilet paper may refer to:*Toilet paper, , a soft tissue paper product used to maintain personal hygiene*Toilet papering, an act of vandalism which uses toilet paper

Tokamak (disambiguation)
Tokamak can refer to:In Physics:* Tokamak, a fusion reactor deviceIn Video Games:* Tokamak physics engine, a Game Physics engineOther uses:* Tokamak, a fictional comics supervillain

Tokay may refer to:* Tokaji wine , wines produced in the Tokaj-Hegyalja region of Hungary* Tokaj , wine region in South-Eastern Slovakia and wines produced in that region.* Grape varieties:

Tokelau (Tuvalu)
-Linguistic background:For disambiguation purposes, it may be noted that "Tokelau" is also the name of a neighbouring territory administered by New Zealand, with its own language.

A token is an object of value, and may refer to:* In logic, computational linguistics, and information retrieval, a token is an instance of a type; see Type-token distinction

Toki (video game)
Toki, known in Japan as is a shoot 'em up platformer arcade game, or a "run and gun" developed and published in Japan by TAD Corporation and published in North America by Fabtek. It features elements of tongue-in-cheek humor combined with the action

Toki Pona
Toki Pona is a constructed language, first published online in mid-2001. It was designed by translator and linguist Sonja Elen Kisa of Toronto.

Tokio is an alternative spelling for Tokyo, the capital of Japan, used primarily in non-english speaking countries.Tokio may also refer to:-Music:*Tokio , a Japanese pop/rock band**Tokio , the debut by Tokio

Tokke (lake)
Toke is a lake in Drangedal municipality in Telemark, Norway, consisting of Upper and Lower Toke, which is connected via "Straumen" - "the stream". At the north end of Upper Toke is the town center Prestestranda. In the south, Lower Toke reaches into Bamble and into Kragerø, where its outlet is in Lundereidelva at the Dalfoss hydroelectric plant

Toko is a small rural settlement 10 kilometres east of Stratford, New Zealand, at the intersection of East Road and Toko Road. It is located on a railway, the Stratford - Okahukura Line, the western portion of which was operated as a branch line known as the Toko Branch prior to the line's completion

Tokugawa (surname)
Tokugawa is a surname in Japan.It originated with Tokugawa Ieyasu, who took the surname in 1567, reviving an ancestral placename. He and his fourteen successors were shoguns during the Edo period of Japanese history