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Toto (gaming)
TOTO is a legalized form of lottery sold in Singapore, known by different names elsewhere. Singapore Pools is the only legal lottery operator in Singapore. It was established on 23 May 1968 to control widespread illegal gambling in Singapore during the 1960s.

Totopo
Totopo, in Mexican cuisine, is a flat, round, or triangular corn product similar to a tortilla, best known as originating from Zapotec peoples of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec region of the Mexican state of Oaxaca. There, the Zapotec women bake totopos in a clay oven known as a comixcal

Totora (plant)
Totora is a subspecies of the giant bulrush sedge. It is found in South America - notably on Lake Titicaca, the middle coast of Perú and on Easter Island in the Pacific Ocean

Totten
Totten may refer to:* Alex Totten, Scottish football player and manager* Charles Adelle Lewis Totten, , an American military officer, a professor of military tactics, a prolific writer, and an influential early advocate of British Israelism

Toubab
Toubab is a Central and West African name for a person of European descent . Used most frequently in the Gambia, Senegal, and Mali, the term does not have derogatory connotations by itself, though it is also frequently associated with "wealthy traveler"

Touch (ballet)
Touch is a ballet made by David Parsons on the New York City Ballet to music by Richard Peaslee. The premiere took place February 15th, 1996, at the New York State Theater, Lincoln Center.- Original cast : *Stacey Calvert*Michele Gifford

Touch (song)
"Touch" is a song by Canadian rock band The Tea Party. It was released as a promotional single in Australia and Canada and a single in Germany then withdrawn, prior to the release of the European Triptych Tour Edition 2000 album

Touch (The Supremes song)
"Touch" is a soft ballad written by Pamela Sawyer and Frank Wilson, who also produced it as a single for Motown recording group The Supremes, who issued it as a single in 1971.

Touch And Go
Touch And Go is a 1986 comedic drama film starring Michael Keaton, María Conchita Alonso and Ajay Naidu.-Plot:Bobby Barbato is a pro athlete in ice hockey. As always, he expects cheering crowds and beautiful women coming after him

Touch and Go (band)
Touch and Go is a British jazz-pop musical ensemble. Their most notable singles include "Would You...?", "Straight... to Number One", and "Tango in Harlem".-Career:

Touch Up
Touch Up is Mother Mother's debut album released on February 27, 2007 on Last Gang Records. The album was self-titled when it was originally released in 2005. Two tracks were added when the band signed with Last Gang Records and the album was re-released in 2007

Touch-and-Go
In aviation, a touch-and-go landing or circuit is a manoeuvre that is common when learning to fly a fixed-wing aircraft, although there is some debate as to whether there is much benefit. It involves landing on a runway and taking off again without coming to a full stop. Usually the pilot then circles the airport in a defined pattern known as a circuit and repeats the manoeuvre

Touch-Me-Not (film)
Touch-Me-Not is a 1956 South Korean film directed by Kim Ki-young.-Cast:* Na Gang-hui* An Seok-jin* Beak Song* Hong Il-hwa* Ko Seol-bong* Go Seon-ae* Park Am* Lee Hyeon* Kang Kye-shik* Jo Hyang

Touchback
In American football, a touchback is a ruling which is made and signaled by an official when the ball becomes dead behind or above a goal line and the team who is attacking that goal line is responsible for the ball being there. Responsibility is determined by which team gave the ball the impetus to travel over or across the goal line

Touchdown
A touchdown is a means of scoring in American and Canadian football. Whether running, passing, returning a kickoff or punt, or recovering a turnover, a team scores a touchdown by advancing the ball into the opponent's end zone.-Description:

Touchdown (Bob James album)
-Reception:It was a commercial breakout album for him that contained the song "Angela", the popular theme song to the 1970s television sitcom, Taxi

Touchdown (disambiguation)
A touchdown is the primary method of scoring in American and Canadian football.Touchdown may also refer to:* "Touchdown" , by The Game featuring Raheem DeVaughn* Touchdown * Touchdown

Touched
- Film and television :* "Touched" , an episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer* Touched , a film directed by John Flynn* Touched , a film featuring Ian Tracey

Touchstone
A touchstone is a small tablet of dark stone such as fieldstone, slate, or lydite, used for assaying precious metal alloys. It has a finely grained surface on which soft metals leave a visible trace.-History:The touchstone was used in ancient Greece

TouchStone
Touchstone is a 1980s rock band out of Vienna, Austria. The group was made up of founding member and singer/song writer Dain Turner, guitarist Hossein Yasery-Manesh, keyboardist Christian Skokan, bassist Günter Kopler, and drummer Alfred Vollbauer.

Touchstone (horse)
Touchstone was a good British bred Thoroughbred racehorse and a Leading sire in Great Britain & Ireland on four occasions. He was owned and bred by Robert Grosvenor, 1st Marquess of Westminster.

Tough
Tough may refer to:* Toughness, the resistance to fracture of a material when stressed* Machismo, prominently exhibited or excessive masculinity* Emotional resiliencePeople:* Allen Tough , Canadian academic* Dave Tough , jazz drummer

Tough (manga)
, is a martial arts manga series written and illustrated by Tetsuya Saruwatari. A sequel series, titled simply as was introduced in 2004 which continues the story further after the first series ended its run

Tough (song)
"Tough" is the title of a song written by Joe Leathers and Monty Criswell, and recorded by American country singer Craig Morgan. It was released in March 2007 as the second single from his 2007 album Little Bit of Life

Tough It Out
Tough it Out is the second studio album released by British AOR/hard rock band FM. Tough It Out is the follow-up album to their 1986 debut album Indiscreet and was released in 1989 on the Epic Records label.- Track listing :

Tough love (disambiguation)
Tough love is a term used in behaviour modificationIt may also refer to:*Tough Love , by Gala *Tough Love with Mick Molloy, Australian Radio program*Tough Love , episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Tough Love (novel)
Tough Love is a novel written by Kerry Katona. It was published on 18 October 2007. It is the first in a trilogy of novels following the Crompton family.-Plot summary:

Toughness
In materials science and metallurgy, toughness is the ability of a material to absorb energy and plastically deform without fracturing; Material toughness is defined as the amount of energy per volume that a material can absorb before rupturing

Touille
Touille is a commune in the Haute-Garonne department in southwestern France.-Population:-References:*

Toupee
A toupée is a hairpiece or partial wig of natural or synthetic hair worn to cover partial baldness or for theatrical purposes. While toupées and hairpieces are typically associated with male wearers, some women also use hairpieces to lengthen existing hair, or cover partially exposed scalp

Tour
Tour may refer to:* Tourism, travel for pleasure* Concert tour, series of performances in different markets* Tour of duty, a period of time spent in military service

Tour bus
A tour bus service is a bus service that takes visitors sightseeing, with routes around tourist attractions. Double-decker buses and/or open top buses are commonly used, for their good views.

Tour de Force
Tour de Force may refer to:* Tour De Force , 1986 Elton John Concert Tour* Tour de Force , a 1956 album by Sonny Rollins* Tour de Force , a 1984 album by .38 Special

Tour de Force (This Transmission album)
- Track listing :# Cause and Effect# All the Hollywood Dirt# Upside Up# Simply Put# Sing the Praises# Valmara

Tour de France
The Tour de France is an annual bicycle race held in France and nearby countries. First staged in 1903, the race covers more than and lasts three weeks. As the best known and most prestigious of cycling's three "Grand Tours", the Tour de France attracts riders and teams from around the world. The race is broken into day-long segments, called stages

Tourbillon (band)
is a Japanese rock band formed in 2005 by Luna Sea members Ryuichi Kawamura and Kiyonobu "Inoran" Inoue , and D-Loop member Hiroaki "H

Tourbillon (brand)
Tourbillon are shops owned by the Swatch Group. Mainly based in Switzerland, they sell high range manufactured watches and jewellery. They officially represent Breguet, Blancpain, Jaquet Droz, Glashütte Original, Leon Hatot, Omega and Swatch.- Places :

Tourbillon (disambiguation)
Tourbillon is the French for whirlwind, it may refer to:* Château de Tourbillon, a castle in Sion, Switzerland* Tourbillon, a type of mechanical clock or watch escapement* Tourbillon , a Japanese band

Toured (A Live Album)
Toured was a live album by Huntington Beach pop punk band Big Drill Car. The concert was recorded live at New York's CBGB's on September 3rd, 1991, at the beginning of a nineteen-week tour known as The Batch World Tour, in support of the then-current album Batch, but wasn't released until two years later.This was the last recording featuring the classic

Tourette (automobile)
The Tourette was a microcar by Carr Brothers of Purley, England between 1956 and 1958. It had a 3-wheeled, rounded body that was available either in alloy on an ash frame, or in fibreglass. The car was powered by a 2-stroke 197 cc Villiers engine driving through a four-speed gearbox with optional Dynastart reverse. Top speed was claimed to be

Touring
Touring may mean:* touring, the estate/wagon version of BMW cars* Bicycle touring* Ski touring* Touring * Carrozzeria Touring* Touring * Touring car racing* a model of Hymer campers* a song by The Ramones* Touring theatre

Touring car
A touring car, or tourer, is an open car seating five or more. Touring cars may have two or four doors. Often, the belt line is lowered in the front doors to give the car a more sportive character. They were often fitted with a folding roof and side curtains. Engines on early models were either in the front, or in a mid-body position

Tourist (disambiguation)
Tourist may refer to a person who is traveling, or the lowest class of accommodation on a passenger ship or airplane, historically called tourist class

Tourmaline
Tourmaline is a crystal boron silicate mineral compounded with elements such as aluminium, iron, magnesium, sodium, lithium, or potassium. Tourmaline is classified as a semi-precious stone and the gem comes in a wide variety of colors

Tourmaline (band)
Tourmaline is an American rock band from, New Jersey. Formed in June 2004, the band consists of Matt Rauch , Zach Inkley , Corey Zaloom – Ryan Baredes , and Rob Pratola . They have released two albums. Strange Distress Calls was released in the United States a year after the band's formation on June 21

Tournament
A tournament is a competition involving a relatively large number of competitors, all participating in a sport or game. More specifically, the term may be used in either of two overlapping senses:

Tournee
Tournee is the eighth album and the second Live album by the german Jazz rock band Kraan. It was recorded in four venues between March and November 1979.-Track listing:# "Borgward" – 8:16# "Almrausch" – 5:57# "Peterchens Reise" – 7:01

Tournes
Tournes is a commune in the Ardennes department in northern France.-Population:

Tournesol
Tournesol may refer to:*Sunflower*Chrozophora*Professor Calculus , a fictional character of The Adventures of Tintin

Tourniquet
An emergency tourniquet is a tightly tied band applied around a body part sometimes used in an attempt to stop severe traumatic bleeding. Tourniquets are also used during venipuncture and other medical procedures. Severe bleeding means the loss of more than 1,000 ml of blood. This flow of blood can soak a paper or cloth handkerchief in a few seconds

Tourniquet
A tourniquet is a constricting or compressing device used to control venous and arterial circulation to an extremity for a period of time. Pressure is applied circumferentially upon the skin and underlying tissues of a limb; this pressure is transferred to the walls of vessels, causing them to become temporarily occluded

Tourniquet (Marilyn Manson song)
"Tourniquet" is the second major-label single by the band Marilyn Manson, from the second studio album Antichrist Superstar. The image this song conveys is that of the main character in a world of sorrow and self-pity, prior to his transformation into the Little Horn.The title track was covered by the cello rock band Rasputina on their EP, The Lost & Found.The song was used as

Toussaint (album)
Toussaint is a 1971 solo funk, jazz and soul album by Allen Toussaint, his second solo album and his first since the 1950s.-Track listing:All songs written by Allen Toussaint unless otherwise indicated.# "From A Whisper To A Scream" – 3:27

Toussaint (leper chief)
Toussaint was the chief of a leper colony in South America , known for his appearance in the book Papillon. The book recounted the escapes of Henri Charriere from the French penal colony of Devil's Island in French Guiana. In 1934, Charriere, with his fellow prisoners Clusiot and Maturette, escaped from the penal colony

Tousse
Tousse Running Apparel is an American supplier of custom uniforms for track and field, which produces track suits, speedsuits, shorts and shirts for teams. It was founded in 1987 by Olympic Silver Medalist Cheryl Toussaint. The uniforms are licensed and manufactured by GK Elite Sportswear in Reading, Pennsylvania.-External links:* *

Tout
In British English, a tout is any person who solicits business or employment in a persistent and annoying manner

Tova
Test of Variables of Attention, or T.O.V.A., is an objective, neuropsychological test that measures a persons sustained and selective attention. It is a 21.6 minute long, very simple "computer game" that measures your responses to either visual or auditory stimuli

Tovarich (musical)
Tovarich is a 1963 musical play in two acts with book by David Shaw; music by Lee Pockriss and lyrics by Anne Croswell; based on the comedy by Jacques Deval and Robert E

Tovarishch (1906)
Tovarishch was a bourgeois daily paper published in St. Petersburg, Russia, from March 1906 to January 1908. It was not the official organ of any particular party, but functioned as the mouthpiece of the Left Cadets. Mensheviks also contributed to this paper.

TOW
TOW may refer to:* BGM-71 TOW, U.S. anti-tank missile* Maximum Takeoff Weight of an aircraft* Tug of war, a sport* Things on Wheels, video game

Tow
In the composites industry, a tow is an untwisted bundle of continuous filaments, and it refers to man-made fibres, particularly carbon fibres .

Tow truck
A tow truck is a vehicle used to transport motor vehicles to another location , or to recover vehicles which are no longer on a drivable surface.Towing services are generally provided by an emergency road service operator

Tow Truck (album)
Recorded by Len Milne at Bedside Studios in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, Tow Truck is the third album from The Perpetrators. The follow-up to the 2005's The Gas and The Clutch, it is the first Pepetrators album to feature Chris "MAMA" Bauer on drums alongside founding members, Nowicki and Ryan

Towboat
Not to be confused with the historic boat type with the same name, also called horse-drawn boat.A towboat is a boat designed for pushing barges or car floats. Towboats are characterized by a square bow with steel knees for pushing and powerful engines

Towel
A towel is a piece of absorbent fabric or paper used for drying or wiping. It draws moisture through direct contact, often using a blotting or a rubbing motion. Common household textile towels are made from cotton, rayon, bamboo, nonwoven fibers or a few other materials.-Types of towels:* A bath towel is used for drying the body after bathing, showering or swimming