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Train (2008 film)
Train is a 2008 horror film, directed and written by Gideon Raff; the movie stars Thora Birch and Gideon Emery.-Synopsis:In Eastern Europe, a group of American college athletes unknowingly board a train that will become one deadly ride.

Train (clothing)
A train in clothing is the long back portion of a skirt or dress that writes a trail on the ground behind the wearer in ruler , or a separate trailing overskirt. It is a common part of a court dress or a wedding dress.

Train (song)
"Train" is the second rock single from 3 Doors Down's, self titled fourth studio album. The song was released as a rock radio only promo on May 19, 2008, and was one of the most added tracks. No music video was made for the track, since it was a radio-only single

Trainer
-Entertainment:*Trainer , an album released by Plaid in 2000*Trainer , a British TV series*The Trainer, a 2009 British play written by David Wilson and Anne Aylor-Equipment:

Training
The term training refers to the acquisition of knowledge, skills, and competencies as a result of the teaching of vocational or practical skills and knowledge that relate to specific useful competencies. It forms the core of apprenticeships and provides the backbone of content at institutes of technology

Training (civil)
Training or entrance training refers to coastal structures built to constrain a river discharging across a littoral coast so that it discharges only where desired. Untrained entrances on sandy coasts tend to move widely and violently to discharge into the ocean, often upsetting those enjoying land nearby

Trait
Trait may refer to:* Trait, a characteristic or property of some object* Trait , which involve genes and characteristics of organisms* Trait theory, an approach to the psychological study of personality

Traitor (Captain Scarlet episode)
"Traitor" is the 29th episode of the Supermarionation television series Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons. It was first broadcast in the UK on on ATV Midlands, was written by Tony Barwick and directed by Alan Perry

Traitor (film)
Traitor is a 2008 American spy thriller film, based on an idea by Steve Martin who is also an executive producer. Written and directed by Jeffrey Nachmanoff, the film stars Don Cheadle and Guy Pearce in the lead roles.-Plot:

Traitor (TV drama)
Traitor is a BBC television drama written by Dennis Potter, which featured in the Play for Today on 14 October 1971.It features the prominent British comedy actor John Le Mesurier, in a straight acting role, as Adrian Harris, a character loosely based on Kim Philby, although he may also contain elements of Guy Burgess

Trajectory
A trajectory is the path that a moving object follows through space as a function of time. The object might be a projectile or a satellite, for example. It thus includes the meaning of orbit—the path of a planet, an asteroid or a comet as it travels around a central mass

Trajectory (disambiguation)
A trajectory is the path a moving object follows through space.Types of trajectories include:* Trajectory of a projectile* Trajectory of a point in a moving fluidTrajectory may also refer to:

Tram
A tram is a passenger rail vehicle which runs on tracks along public urban streets and also sometimes on separate rights of way. It may also run between cities and/or towns , and/or partially grade separated even in the cities

Trama (genus)
Trama is a genus of aphids, in the order Hemiptera.

Trammel
Trammel or trammels may refer to:* Trammel points, used to scribe a circle* The trammel of Archimedes, a mechanism that traces an ellipse* Trammel , a fishing net set vertically in the water with three layers

TRAMO
TRAMO is a program for estimation, forecasting, and interpolation of regression models with missing values and ARIMA errors, in the presence of possibly several types of outliers

Tramontana (disambiguation)
Tramontana or Tramontane can refer to:* Tramontane also Tramontana or Tramuntana, the name given to the north wind in the Western Mediterranean area.* Serra de Tramuntana, a small mountain chain in Majorca.

Tramp
A tramp is a long term homeless person who travels from place to place as a vagrant, traditionally walking or hiking all year round. In British English meanwhile a tramp simply refers to a homeless person, usually not a travelling one.

Tramp (disambiguation)
A tramp is a long-term homeless person who travels from place to place as an itinerant vagrant, traditionally walking or hiking.Tramp may also refer to:-Entertainment:* The Tramp, an iconic character played by Charlie Chaplin

Tramp (nightclub)
Tramp is a private, members-only nightclub located on Jermyn Street in central London, England. Founded in 1969 by Johnny Gold with business partner Oscar Lerman, and Bill Ofner Tramp is considered to be one of the most exclusive member's clubs in the world and is a regular haunt for celebrities.-Reputation:Over its 40+ years of existence, the fashionable nightclub has been

Tramp (Stranglers song)
"Tramp" is a song included as a track on the Stranglers sixth studio album La Folie. "Tramp" was originally thought to be the ideal followup single to the massive hit "Golden Brown". However Jean Jacques Burnel convinced fellow band members that the track "La Folie" was a much better choice. This proved to backfire as it only charted at #47 in the UK singles charts.

Tramp steamer
A ship engaged in the tramp trade is one which does not have a fixed schedule or published ports of call. As opposed to freight liners, tramp ships trade on the spot market with no fixed schedule or itinerary/ports-of-call

Trampoline (disambiguation)
A trampoline is a gymnastics and recreation device.Trampoline may also refer to:* Trampoline * Trampoline , a part of multihull sailboats* Trampoline , thoroughbred racehorse* Trampolining, the sport

Trampoline (Steel Train album)
-Track listing:# "I Feel Weird" 3:02# "Black Eye" 4:22# "Kill Monsters in the Rain" 3:58# "Dakota" 3:55# "Alone on the Sea" 7:08# "Firecracker" 3:27# "A Magazine" 5:12# "Diamonds in the Sky" 4:06# "Leave You Traveling" 3:47# "I've Let You Go" 3:47

Tramway
Tramway may refer to:* Tramway , a lightly laid railway for uses such as logging or mining * A system of trams * Aerial tramway

Tramway (arts centre)
Tramway is a contemporary visual and performing arts venue located in the Scottish city of Glasgow. Based in a former tram depot in the Pollokshields area of the South Side, it consists of two performance spaces and two galleries, as well as The Hidden Garden and offering facilities for community and artistic projects

Trance (album)
Trance is the first official release from Australian gothic metal band Virgin Black. It was an independently funded and released three track EP

Trance (disambiguation)
Trance is an altered state of consciousness.Trance may refer to:*Trance music, a type of electronic dance music and its subgenres which include**Goa trance, Psychedelic trance, Progressive trance and others

Trance (EP)
Trance is the first official release from Australian gothic metal band Virgin Black. It was an independently funded and released three track EP

Trance (film)
Trance is a 1998 horror film. Trance is commonly mistaken to be a remake of the 1932 film The Mummy although it isn't. It directed and written by Michael Almereyda. The film's score features music by Mark Geary

Tranche
In structured finance, a tranche is one of a number of related securities offered as part of the same transaction. The word tranche is French for slice, section, series, or portion, and is cognate to English trench . In the financial sense of the word, each bond is a different slice of the deal's risk

Trang (commune)
Trang is a khum of Kamrieng District in Battambang Province in north-western Cambodia.-Villages:* Trang* Kandal* Svay Prey* Thmei* Lvea Te* Ta Saen* Ou Koki* Ourchambak* Phnommoyrouy

Tranquility (disambiguation)
Tranquility or tranquillity may refer to:*Tranquillity, a state of calmness*Tranquillity, California, a census-designated place in Fresno County*Tranquility Base, where Apollo 11 landed on the moon

Tranquilize
"Tranquilize" is a song by Las Vegas-based rock band, The Killers featuring Lou Reed. The song was written by Brandon Flowers and it is featured on the compilation album Sawdust.The song was made available for download on iTunes from October 12, 2007

Tranquilizer
A tranquilizer, or tranquilliser , is a drug that induces tranquility in an individual.The term "tranquilizer" is imprecise, and is usually qualified, or replaced with more precise terms:

Tranquillity
Tranquillity is the quality or state of being tranquil; calmness; serenity n. The word tranquillity appears in numerous texts ranging from the religious writings of Buddhism, where the term passaddhi refers to tranquillity of the body, thoughts and consciousness on the path to enlightenment, to an assortment of policy and planning guidance documents,

Trans (Festival)
trans is an annual, non-commercial arts festival held in Belfast, Northern Ireland. It is Linked with the Urban Arts Academy and is organised by the Belfast Waterfront Hall

Transaction
Economic and financialA financial transaction is an agreement, communication, or movement carried out between separate entities or objects, often involving the exchange of items of value, such as information, goods, services, and money. It is still a transaction if you exchange the goods at one time, and the money at another

Transaction data
Transaction data are data describing an event and is usually described with verbs. Transaction data always has a time dimension, a numerical value and refers to one or more objects Transaction data are data describing an event (the change as a result of a transaction) and is usually described with verbs. Transaction data always has a time dimension, a numerical value and refers to one or more objects Transaction data are data describing an event (the change as a result of a transaction) and is usually described with verbs. Transaction data always has a time dimension, a numerical value and refers to one or more objects (i.e

Transamination
There are two chemical reactions known as transamination . The first is the reaction between an amino acid and an alpha-keto acid

Transatlantic
Transatlantic crossings are passages of passengers and cargo across the Atlantic Ocean between the Americas and Europe. Prior to the 19th century, transatlantic crossings were undertaken in sailing ships, which was a time consuming and often perilous journey. Transatlantic crossings became faster, safer, and more reliable with the advent of steamships

Transatlantic
Transatlantic is an adjective describing something that spans or crosses the Atlantic Ocean.Transatlantic may specifically refer to:- Travel :

Transatlantic (opera)
Transatlantic is a Grand Opera in 4 acts by George Antheil written in 1928 to a libretto by the composer. It was premiered in Frankfurt on May 25, 1930

Transcend
Transcend Information, Inc. is a Taiwanese company that manufactures and distributes of memory products headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan. Transcend's product portfolio consists of over 2,000 devices including memory modules, flash memory cards, USB flash drives, digital audio players, Portable Media Players, portable hard drives, multimedia products, graphics cards and accessories.It

Transcendence
Transcendence, transcendent, and transcendental are words that refer to an object as being comparatively beyond that of other objects

Transcendence (Alice Coltrane album)
Transcendence is an album released by Alice Coltrane in 1977.

Transcendence (video game)
Transcendence is a sci-fi themed freeware adventure PC game designed and created by George Moromisato.A preliminary version 0.5 alpha release of the game that would become Transcendence was made available in 1995. The game is still under development, with roughly three-quarters of the game completed and its first milestone of version 1.0 reached

Transcendental number
In mathematics, a transcendental number is a number that is not algebraic—that is, it is not a root of a non-constant polynomial equation with rational coefficients. The most prominent examples of transcendental numbers are π and e

Transcontinental
The fourth largest print media group in Canada, with more than 3,000 employees and annual revenues of $608 million in 2010, TC. Transcontinental reaches, through its multiplatform offering, over 18 million consumers across Canada

Transcriber
Transcriber is a tool for the transcription and annotation of speech signals for linguistic research. It supports multiple hierarchical layers of segmentation, named entity annotation, speaker lists, topic lists, and overlapping speakers. Two views of the sound pressure waveform at different resolutions may be viewed simultaneously

Transcript
Transcript may refer to:* Transcript , a copy of a student's permanent academic record* Transcription , the process of creating an equivalent RNA copy of a sequence of DNA* Transcript , a record of all court proceedings

Transcription
Transcription may refer to:*Transcription , a business which converts speech into a written or electronic text document*Transcription , software which helps convert speech into text transcript

Transcultural
Transcultural may refer to:*Transcultural psychiatry, also known as Cross-cultural psychiatry*Transculturation, the phenomenon of merging and converging cultures*Transculturalism*Transcultural diffussion

Transdermal
Transdermal is a route of administration wherein active ingredients are delivered across the skin for systemic distribution. Examples include transdermal patches used for medicine delivery, and transdermal implants used for medical or aesthetic purposes.

Transducer
A transducer is a device that converts one type of energy to another. Energy types include electrical, mechanical, electromagnetic , chemical, acoustic or thermal energy. While the term transducer commonly implies the use of a sensor/detector, any device which converts energy can be considered a transducer

Transduction
Transduction is a mechanism whereby genetic material may be transferred from the genes of a bacterium to another bacterium. This may include the actual covalent-bonding of new genetic markers

Transect
A transect is a path along which one records and counts occurrences of the phenomena of study .It requires an observer to move along a fixed path and to count occurrences along the path and, at the same time, obtain the distance of the object from the path

Transept
For the periodical go to The Transept.A transept is a transverse section, of any building, which lies across the main body of the building. In Christian churches, a transept is an area set crosswise to the nave in a cruciform building in Romanesque and Gothic Christian church architecture

Transfer
Transfer may refer to:* Transfer * Transfer * Transfer DNA, the transferred DNA of the tumor-inducing plasmid of some species of bacteria such as Agrobacterium tumefaciens* Transfer

Transferability
This page is about transferability in chemistry. Transferability in economics also exists.Transferability, in chemistry, is the assumption that a chemical property that is associated with an atom or a functional group in a molecule will have a similar value in a variety of different circumstances

Transferase
In biochemistry, a transferase is an enzyme that catalyzes the transfer of a functional group from one molecule to another . For example, an enzyme that catalyzed this reaction would be a transferase:In this example, A would be the donor, and B would be the acceptor

Transference
Transference is a phenomenon in psychoanalysis characterized by unconscious redirection of feelings from one person to another. One definition of transference is "the inappropriate repetition in the present of a relationship that was important in a person's childhood." Another definition is "the redirection of feelings and desires and especially of those unconsciously retained from

Transferrin
Transferrins are iron-binding blood plasma glycoproteins that control the level of free iron in biological fluids. In humans, it is encoded by the TF gene.Transferrin is a glycoprotein that binds iron very tightly but reversibly

Transfiguration
Transfiguration may refer to:In religion:* Transfiguration of Jesus, an event reported by the Synoptic Gospels in which Jesus underwent transfiguration with the prophets Moses and Elijah

Transfix
In linguistic morphology, a transfix is a discontinuous affix, which occurs at more than one position in a word. The prototypical example comes from the Semitic languages, where nearly all word derivation and inflection involves the interdigitation of a discontinuous root with a discontinuous affix

Transform (scratch)
A transform is a type of scratch used by turntablists. It is made from a combination of moving the record on the turntable by hand and repeated movement of the crossfader.- Creation :