Signup       Login
 
Topic Index:
A   B   C   D   E   F   G   H   I   J   K   L   M   N   O   P   Q   R   S   T   U   V   W   X   Y   Z   




Ton (disambiguation)
A ton is a unit of mass, force, volume, energy or power.Ton or TON may also refer to:- Places :*Ton, a commune in Trentino, Italy*Ton, Burkina Faso, a village in the Fara Department of Balé Province in southern Burkina Faso*Ton, Mingin, Burma

Tonal
Tonal may refer to:* Tonal , a concept appearing in the belief systems and traditions of Mesoamerican cultures, involving a spiritual link between a person and an animal

Tonality
Tonality is a system of music in which specific hierarchical pitch relationships are based on a key "center", or tonic. The term tonalité originated with Alexandre-Étienne Choron and was borrowed by François-Joseph Fétis in 1840

Tondre
Tondre is a French surname meaning "one who shears". A majority of people with the surname "Tondre" live in Castroville, Texas and San Antonio, Texas.

Tone
- Tone :* Tone , a literary technique which encompasses the attitudes toward the subject and toward the audience implied in a literary work* Tone , the pitch and pitch changes in words of certain languages

Tone (literature)
Tone is a literary technique that is a part of composition, which encompasses the attitudes toward the subject and toward the audience implied in a literary work. Tone may be formal, informal, intimate, solemn, somber, playful, serious, ironic, guilty, condescending, or many other possible attitudes

Toner (surname)
Toner is a surname in the English language. The name is an Anglicisation of the Gaelic Ó Tomhrair, meaning "descendant of Tomhrar". The Gaelic Tomhrar is a form of an Old Norse personal name. It also has a separate origin in Turkey

Tonga
Tonga, officially the Kingdom of Tonga , is a state and an archipelago in the South Pacific Ocean, comprising 176 islands scattered over of ocean in the South Pacific

Tongan
Tongan can refer to:*Tongan people, a person from Tonga*Tongan language*Tong'an District, district in Xiamen, Fujian, China

Tongo
Tongo may refer to:Places*Tongo, Ghana, town in Bolgatanga region of NE Ghana*Tongo, Sierra Leone, or Tongoma, town in Kenema District of eastern Sierra Leone** Tongo Field, home ground of its football club the Gem Stars

Tongs
Tongs are used for gripping and lifting tools, of which there are many forms adapted to their specific use. Some are merely large pincers or nippers, but the greatest number fall into three classes:

Tongue Tied (Little Good Luck)
"Tongue Tied" is the second single from Faber Drive's debut album, Seven Second Surgery. The song is about a man struggling to keep his relationship together with his girlfriend, and how he cannot find the right words to please her. It did very well on the charts, peaking at #17 on the Canadian Hot 100, and has outdone the previous single, "Second Chance", which reached #22

Tongue-in-cheek
Tongue-in-cheek is a phrase used as a figure of speech to imply that a statement or other production is humorously intended and it should not be taken at face value. The facial expression typically indicates that one is joking or making a mental effort. In the past, it may also have indicated contempt but that is no longer common

Tongues (Esham album)
Tongues is the eighth studio album by Esham, released in 2001. The album was also the final album Esham would release on Gothom until Sacrificial Lambz in 2009.-Track listing:-Personnel:*Esham - vocals, rap*Dayton Family - performer

Tongues (Kieran Hebden and Steve Reid album)
-Track listing:#"The Sun Never Sets" – 5:50 #"Brain" – 3:48 #"Our Time" – 5:04 #"People Be Happy" – 4:42 #"Greensleeves" – 2:39 #"Rhythm Dance" – 6:51

Tongzhi
Tongzhi is a term which literally means "same will" or "same purpose" in Chinese. Idiomatically, it means "comrade". It has taken on various meanings in various contexts since the 20th century, and now its use among the younger generation is slang for members of the LGBT community. The term was introduced into Vernacular Chinese by Dr Sun Yat-sen as a way of describing his followers

Toni
Toni is a given name. In English, it is often female, the male version being Tony. In Finnish, it is a male name, a form of Anttoni. In Bulgarian, Toni [Тони] may refer to either a male or a female. Tony and Toni have no separate equivalents in Bulgarian since the Cyrillic alphabet has one letter for both "y" and "i" . In Hungarian Tóni is also a male name

Tonic
Tonic may refer to:*Tonic water, a drink traditionally containing quinine*Soft drink, a carbonated beverage*Tonic , the response of a muscle fiber or nerve ending typified by slow, continuous action

Tonic (album)
Tonic is a live album by experimental jazz fusion trio Medeski Martin & Wood recorded at Tonic in New York City from March 16-20 and 23-26, 1999. Medeski Martin & Wood played their first live performance at Tonic on July 4, 1998, not long after the club opened in the Spring of 1998

Tonic (music club)
Tonic was a music venue located at 107 Norfolk Street, New York City which opened in the Spring of 1998 and closed in April 2007. It was self-described as supporting "avant garde, creative and experimental music

Tonic (physiology)
Tonic in physiology refers to a physiological response which is slow, and may be graded. This term is typically used in opposition to a fast response

Tonic (radio program)
Tonic is a Canadian radio program, which debuted on March 19, 2007 on CBC Radio 2. Blending jazz music with Latin jazz, soul, R&B and world groove, and airing from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. nightly, the program is hosted by Katie Malloch from Montreal weekdays and Tim Tamashiro from Calgary on weekends. The Sunday edition of Tonic also airs on CBC Radio One from 11 p.m

Tonight
Tonight may refer to:* Tonight , a United Kingdom television news-magazine on ITV hosted by Julie Etchingham* Tonight , a United Kingdom topical television programme hosted by Cliff Michelmore

Tonight (1956 song)
"Tonight" is a popular song with music written by Leonard Bernstein and the lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and was published in 1956.It was introduced in the Broadway musical West Side Story. The song was revived in 1961 on single records in versions by Ferrante & Teicher and Eddie Fisher, whose version narrowly missed the Top 40

Tonight (band)
Tonight were a five piece new wave band, from Southend-on-Sea, Essex. Although only active from June 1977 to January 1979, they played a small but significant part, in the ever-changing music scene in the late 1970s

Tonight (Could Be the Night)
"Tonight " is a 1961 rock and roll song by the quintet called The Velvets. Virgil Johnson, now a deejay at Radio KDAV in Lubbock, Texas, is the lead tenor singer, with backup from Mark Prince , Clarence Rigsby , Robert Thursby , and William Solomon

Tonight (Def Leppard song)
"Tonight" is a 1993 single by British hard rock band Def Leppard from their multi-platinum album Adrenalize. "Tonight" is the sixth single off the Adrenalize album. The song reached #13 on the Mainstream Rock charts, and #62 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Tonight (France Joli album)
Tonight is an album by France Joli, released in 1980 on the Unidisc label. It is well known for the singles "The Heart to Break the Heart" and "Feel Like Dancing".-Track listing:#"The Heart to Break the Heart" #"Feel Like Dancing"#"Tough Luck"

Tonight (Jeremy Camp song)
"Tonight" is a song written and performed by Christian singer-songwriter Jeremy Camp. The song was the second radio single released in promotion of his fourth studio album, Beyond Measure. The single reached the #1 position on Billboard's Hot Christian Songs airplay chart. This song is featured on the Digital Praise game Guitar Praise

Tonight (Low song)
"Tonight" is a single by Duluth, Minnesota slowcore group Low, released in 2004. It was released in formats of 12" single and maxi-single.-Track listing:A1."Tonight "A2."Tonight "

Tonight (Move song)
Tonight is a song recorded by The Move.Written by Roy Wood originally for pop vocal group The New Seekers in 1971. The Move's version was released as a single, their first release on the Harvest label, and charted at number eleven on the UK single charts

Tonight (New Kids on the Block song)
"Tonight" is a 1990 song recorded by the American pop band New Kids on the Block. Every member of the band sung lead vocals on this song. It was their second single from their 1990 album Step by Step. It was a big hit on both sides of the Atlantic. It first reached #7 on the U.S

Tonight (Silk album)
Tonight is the third studio album from R&B super group Silk, released in 1999. The album features the Hits "If You", which peaked at #13 on the Billboard Hot 100 and "Meeting In My Bedroom" Silk's "Please Don't Go" also performed the song on the episode of Moesha where they guest starred as themselves at the senior prom.-Track

Tonight (single)
Tonight is another release by Humanoid in the acid house vein that was also featured on the Global album by Dougans. It has a female vocalist crooning suggestive and romantic lyrics to a solid house beat with acid stylings.-12" Track Listing:

Tonight (The Underdog Project song)
Tonight is the second single from the album It Doesn't Matter by the band The Underdog Project. The single is similar to their first hit "Summer Jam from the same album. It includes a mix of 2-step, R&B, reggae and freestyle

Tonite (explosive)
Tonite is an explosive sometimes used in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. It consists of a mixture of equal weights of barium nitrate and guncotton.According to "Nitro-Explosives: A Practical Treatise" by P

Tonna
Tonna may refer to:*Tonna, Neath, a village in Wales, part of the county borough Neath Port Talbot*Tonna, Germany, a municipality in Thuringia, Germany*Tonna , a genus of marine snails*An alternative spelling for the Japanese poet Ton'a

Tonnage
Tonnage is a measure of the size or cargo carrying capacity of a ship. The term derives from the taxation paid on tuns or casks of wine, and was later used in reference to the weight of a ship's cargo; however, in modern maritime usage, "tonnage" specifically refers to a calculation of the volume or cargo volume of a ship

Tonne
The tonne, known as the metric ton in the US , often put pleonastically as "metric tonne" to avoid confusion with ton, is a metric system unit of mass equal to 1000 kilograms. The tonne is not an International System of Units unit, but is accepted for use with the SI

TONO
TONO is a Norwegian corporation that administers copyrights for music in Norway.It is owned and governed by its members; composers, music publishers and text-writers

Tono (manga artist)
Tono is a Japanese manga artist. She is the eldest of three children, and her younger sister is manga artist Mitsuru Uguisu, with whom she has a dōjinshi circle called

Tons
Tons can refer to:* Tons River, a major river in India* the plural of ton, a unit of mass, force, volume, energy or power* short ton, 2,000 pounds, used in the United States

Tonsil
Palatine tonsils, occasionally called the faucial tonsils, are the tonsils that can be seen on the left and right sides at the back of the throat.

Tonsil
The human palatine tonsils and the nasopharyngeal tonsil are lymphoepithelial tissues located near the oropharynx and nasopharynx, although most commonly the term "tonsils" refers to the palatine tonsils . These immunocompetent tissues represent the defense mechanism of first line against ingested or inhaled foreign pathogens

Tonsillectomy
A tonsillectomy is a 3,000-year-old surgical procedure in which the tonsils are removed from either side of the throat. The procedure is performed in response to cases of repeated occurrence of acute tonsillitis or adenoiditis, obstructive sleep apnea, nasal airway obstruction, snoring, or peritonsillar abscess

Tonsillitis
Tonsillitis is an inflammation of the tonsils most commonly caused by viral or bacterial infection. Symptoms of tonsillitis include sore throat and fever. While no treatment has been found to shorten the duration of viral tonsillitis, bacterial causes are treatable with antibiotics

Tonsure
Tonsure is the traditional practice of Christian churches of cutting or shaving the hair from the scalp of clerics, monastics, and, in the Eastern Orthodox Church, all baptized members

Tontine
A tontine is an investment scheme for raising capital, devised in the 17th century and relatively widespread in the 18th and 19th. It combines features of a group annuity and a lottery. Each subscriber pays an agreed sum into the fund, and thereafter receives an annuity. As members die, their shares devolve to the other participants, and so the value of each annuity increases

Tonus
Tonus is the Latin equivalent of the English word tone. It is especially used to refer to:* Muscle tone, the continuous and passive partial contraction of the muscles* Arterial tone, the continuous and passive partial contraction of the arterioles

Tony
Tony is a male name. It can be a short form of Anthony or Antonio. It may refer to:* Anthony , includes a list of people with this name* Kawasaki Ki-61, a Japanese WWII-era fighter aircraft, code-named "Tony"

Tony (album)
-Track listing:#"It Had to Be You" - 2:53#"You Can Depend on Me" - 3:02#"I'm Just a Lucky So-and-So" - 3:25

Tony Fletcher
Tony Fletcher is a music journalist best known for his biographies of drummer Keith Moon and the band R.E.M..-Jamming!:

Too
Too is the fourth album from Fantastic Plastic Machine and the follow-up to beautiful. It was recorded in Tokyo's Never Ever Studios. Performances on the album include voice actor Ward E

Too (album)
Too is the name of Madita's second solo album. It was recorded in 2007 and released on Couch records on January 25, 2008 in Austria. In other European countries and the United States, the album was released on March 28. It was primarily produced by the Austrian producer duo dZihan & Kamien

Too Bad
"Too Bad" is a single by the Canadian rock band Nickelback, the second one from their 2001 album, Silver Side Up. The single was released in the year 2002

Too Bad (album)
Too Bad is the eighth studio album by dancehall artist Buju Banton, released in 2006 .-Track listing:#"Your Night Tonight"#"Try Offa Yah"#"Nothing"#"Too Bad"#"Waistline"#"Jig"#"Me & Ounu"#"'Til It Bend"#"Hey Boy"#"Go Slow"

Too Fast for Love
Too Fast For Love is the debut record of American heavy metal band Mötley Crüe; 900 copies were released in November 1981 on the band's Leathür Records label. Elektra Records signed the band the following year, at which point the album was remixed and partially re-recorded

Too Much
-Music:Too Much is the name of multiple songs:*"Too Much", a song by Arnis Mednis*"Too Much" , a song by Elvis Presley*"Too Much" , a song by Dave Matthews Band

Too Much (Eurovision song)
"Too Much" was the Latvian entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2001, performed in English by Arnis Mednis.The song is an up-tempo number, which features an accordion as one of its instruments. Mednis describes his feelings of cold feet before his impending marriage, feelings which result in him going out on the town the night beforehand

Took (surname)
-People:*Barry Took , British comedian and television presenter*Steve Peregrin Took , British musician*Took Leng How , Malaysian murderer-Fiction:

Took (The Wire episode)
"Took" is the seventh episode of the fifth season of the HBO original series, The Wire. The episode was written by Richard Price from a story by David Simon & Richard Price and was directed by cast member Dominic West. It aired on February 17, 2008.

Tool
A tool is a device that can be used to produce an item or achieve a task, but that is not consumed in the process. Informally the word is also used to describe a procedure or process with a specific purpose. Tools that are used in particular fields or activities may have different designations such as Instrument, Utensil, Implement, Machine, or Apparatus

Tool Box
Tool Box is the fifth studio album from American country music artist Aaron Tippin. It features the singles "That's as Close as I'll Get to Loving You", "Without Your Love", "Everything I Own" and "How's the Radio Know". "That's as Close as I'll Get to Loving You" reached Number One on the Billboard country charts in 1995, giving Tippin the second Number One of his career

Toolbox
A toolbox varies with the craft of the owner. The purpose of the toolbox is to organize, carry, and protect the owner's tools used for trade, hobby or DIY.-Types of toolboxes:

Toolbox (album)
-Personnel:*Ian Gillan - lead vocals*Steve Morris - guitar*Brett Bloomfield - bass*Leonard Haze - drums* recorded at Battery Studios, London* Album produced by Chris Tsangarides.

Toolbox (disambiguation)
A toolbox is a container used to organize, carry, and protect the owner's tools.Toolbox may also refer to:* Macintosh Toolbox, a set of application programming interfaces* Toolbox , a 1991 hard rock album

Toom
Toom may refer to:* Andrei Toom , Russian mathematician* Toom–Cook multiplication or Toom-3, a mathematical algorithm* Toom , a hamlet* Toom , a chain of supermarkets in Germany

Toom (Netherlands)
Toom is a hamlet in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Cranendonck, about 1 km west of Budel, and a few hundred metres from the Belgian border.