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Transnational may mean:* International* Multinational* Transnationality* Transnational Organization* Transnational governance* Transnational marriage* Transnational organized crime* Transnational crime* Transnational feminism

Transom may refer to:* Transom , a bar of wood or stone across the top of a door or window* Transom , one of the beams running athwart the ship's hull at the fashion timbers or the surface that forms the flat back panel of a stern of a vessel* Operation Transom, a major bombing raid* Transom knot, a simple lashing knot* Tug Transom, a British daily comic

Transom (architectural)
In architecture, a transom is the term given to a transverse beam or bar in a frame, or to the crosspiece separating a door or the like from a window or fanlight above it. Transom is also the customary U.S. word used for a transom light, the window over this crosspiece

Transom (nautical)
In naval architecture, a transom is the surface that forms the stern of a vessel. Transoms may be flat or curved and they may be vertical, raked forward, also known as a retroussé or reverse transom, angling forward from the waterline to the deck, or raked aft, often simply called "raked", angling in the other direction

Transonic speed is an aeronautics term referring to the condition of flight in which a range of velocities of airflow exist surrounding and flowing past an air vehicle or an airfoil that are concurrently below, at, and above the speed of sound in the range of Mach 0.8 to 1.2, i.e. 600–900 mph

Transparency may refer to:*Transparency and translucency, the physical property of allowing the transmission of light through a materialLiteral uses:

Transparent (film)
Transparent is a 2005 documentary film about the experiences of 19 female-to-male transgender parents as they are coming to terms with gender transitioning

Transpeptidase may refer to:* DD-transpeptidase, a bacterial enzyme that cross-links the peptidoglycan chains to form rigid cell walls* Peptidyl transferase, which acts as an enzyme in ribosomes* Gamma-glutamyl transpeptidase, a liver enzyme

Transplant may refer to:*Transplants , an American band,** Transplants , self-titled album.*Transplanting a plant from one location to another*Organ transplant, moving an organ from one body to anotherTransplant may also be:

In telecommunication, the term transponder has the following meanings:

Transponder (aviation)
A transponder is an electronic device that produces a response when it receives a radio-frequency interrogation

Transport or transportation is the movement of people, cattle, animals and goods from one location to another. Modes of transport include air, rail, road, water, cable, pipeline, and space. The field can be divided into infrastructure, vehicles, and operations

Transport (band)
Transport is a three-piece independent rock band from Brisbane, Queensland, made up of Keir Nuttall , Scott Saunders and Steve Pope .-History:

Transported is a 1913 Australian silent movie directed by W. J. Lincoln. It stars George Bryant, Godfrey Cass and Roy Redgrave. The movie was 28 minutes long.

Transporter may refer to:* Transporter , types of vehicles designed to transport items* Volkswagen Transporter, a model of van- Film and television :

Transporter (album)
Transporter is the first full-length album by indie band Immaculate Machine, following their EP, The View. Transporter was released independently on May 1, 2004

In linear algebra, the transpose of a matrix A is another matrix AT created by any one of the following equivalent actions:

Transposition may refer to:Mathematics* Transposition , a permutation which exchanges two elements and keeps all others fixed* Transposition, producing the transpose of a matrix AT, which is computed by swapping columns for rows in the matrix AGames* Transposition , different moves or a different move order leading to the same position, especially during

Transposition (law)
The incorporation of international law is the process by international agreements become part of the municipal law of a sovereign state. A country incorporates a treaty by passing domestic legislation that gives effect to the treaty in the national legal system.

Transposable elements are sequences of DNA that can move or transpose themselves to new positions within the genome of a single cell. The mechanism of transposition can be either "copy and paste" or "cut and paste". Transposition can create phenotypically significant mutations and alter the cell's genome size

Transrealism may refer to:*Transrealism *Poetic transrealism

Transsexual (EP)
Transsexual is an EP from electronic musician Mr. Oizo. It was released June 11, 2007. This was the first record released by Oizo on the Ed Banger Label. The voice in this album is the Macintosh system voice "Junior", who claims to be the reincarnation of Michael Jackson.- Track listing :*A1. "Hello"*A2. "Transsexual"*A3. "Ovoma"*B1. "Patrick122"*B2. "Blind Concerto"

Transsexualism is an individual's identification with a gender inconsistent or not culturally associated with their biological sex. Simply put, it defines a person whose biological birth sex conflicts with their psychological gender

Transshipment or Transhipment is the shipment of goods or containers to an intermediate destination, and then from there to yet another destination.

In Roman Catholic theology, transubstantiation means the change, in the Eucharist, of the substance of wheat bread and grape wine into the substance of the Body and Blood, respectively, of Jesus, while all that is accessible to the senses remains as before.The Eastern Orthodox

Transubstantiation (short story)
Transubstantiation is a short story written by American speculative fiction author Stephen Woodworth. It was originally published on November 27, 2000 at Strange Horizons.-Plot summary:

Transvaal is a geographic term associated with land north the Vaal River in modern day South Africa. Multiple states and administrative divisions have carried the name Transvaal.

In geometry , when two coplanar lines exist such that a third coplanar line passes thru both lines. This third line is named the Transversal.

Transversal (geometry)
In geometry, a transversal is a line that passes through two or more other lines in the same plane at different points. When the lines are parallel, as is often the case, a transversal produces several congruent and several supplementary angles

Transversal (instrument making)
Transversals are a geometric construction on a scientific instrument to allow a graduation to be read to a finer degree of accuracy. Transversals have been replaced in modern times by vernier scales.-History:

Transverse may refer to:*Transversality, a concept related to the intersection of manifolds in topology*Transverse City, an album by Warren Zevon

Transverse flow effect
Transverse flow effect is an aerodynamic effect encountered when a helicopter moves through the air.In a hover, the air above the rotor disk is being pulled down from above and is equally distributed around the rotor disk

Transylvania (album)
Transylvania is Nox Arcana's musical tribute to Bram Stoker's Dracula. The band employs their musical storytelling concept to take their listeners through chapters of the classic novel—beginning with Jonathan Harker's voyage into the Carpathian Mountains, a ride in Dracula's ominous black coach, arriving at Castle Dracula, a rendezvous with Dracula's brides, and a foray into a

Transylvania (film)
Transylvania is a 2006 French drama film starring Asia Argento. In 2006, Director Tony Gatlif and composer Delphine Mantoulet won the "Georges Delerue Prize" at the Flanders International Film Festival for the score, and Gatlif was nominated for the "Grand Prix" award

Tranter may refer to:* Clement John Tranter* Jane Tranter* John Tranter* Nigel Tranter* Penny Tranter* William Tranter

A trap is a device or tactic intended to catch an intruder, enemy, error, or substance.Trap may also refer to:* Giovanni Trapattoni, Italian association football coach and former player known by this name* Bat and trap, an old game related to cricket

TRAP is an abbreviation that may refer to:* Tartrate-resistant acid phosphatase, a metalloenzyme involved in bone formation.* Translocon-associated protein* Telomeric Repeat Amplification Protocol, a method for detecting telomerase activity.

Trap (computing)
In computing and operating systems, a trap, also known as an exception or a fault, is typicallyThere is a wide variation in the nomenclature

Trap (novel)
Trap is a Miles Franklin Award winning novel by Australian author Peter Mathers.

Trap (plumbing)
In plumbing, a trap is a U-, S-, or J-shaped pipe located below or within a plumbing fixture. An S-shaped trap is also known as the S-bend invented by Alexander Cummings in 1775 but became known as the U-bend following the introduction of the U-shaped trap by Thomas Crapper in 1880. The new U-bend could not jam, so, unlike the S-bend, it did not need an overflow

Trap Door (magazine)
Trap Door is a science fiction fanzine published by Robert Lichtman, with the first issue appearing in October 1983. It has received two nominations for the Hugo Award for Best Fanzine in 1987 and 1992.

Trapeze (film)
Trapeze is a 1956 circus film directed by Carol Reed and starring Burt Lancaster, Tony Curtis and Gina Lollobrigida, making her debut in American films.

The word trapezium has several meanings:* - a quadrilateral with one pair of parallel sides .

The n-gonal trapezohedron, antidipyramid or deltohedron is the dual polyhedron of an n-gonal antiprism. Its 2n faces are congruent kites . The faces are symmetrically staggered.The n-gon part of the name does not reference the faces here but arrangement of vertices around an axis of symmetry

Trapezoid bone
The trapezoid bone is a carpal bone in tetrapods, including humans. It is the smallest bone in the distal row. It may be known by its wedge-shaped form, the broad end of the wedge constituting the dorsal, the narrow end the palmar surface; and by its having four articular facets touching each other, and separated by sharp edges

Trapped (Colonel Abrams song)
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Trapped (National Geographic Channel)
Trapped is a documentary television series that premiered on November 7, 2007 on the National Geographic Channel. Produced in association with the National Geographic Channel and Cineflix , the program examines various actual incidents or disasters in which victims were trapped on the site.As of 12 December 2007,

Trapped (Rage album)
Trapped! is the sixth studio album by the German heavy metal band Rage. The album was remastered by Noise/Sanctuary in 2002 with five bonus tracks.-Track listing:# "Shame on You" - 4:50

Trapper may refer to:*A person who engages in animal trapping*Coal trapper*Trapper Keeper, a brand of loose-leaf binder*A make of Yacht, no longer manufactured in the UK.*A Hungarian jeans brand.*A pattern of jack knife.

Trapper (ice hockey)
A trapper, or catch glove, is a piece of equipment that is worn by ice hockey goaltenders on their non-dominant hand.-Evolution:Often referred to simply as the "glove", it was originally shaped in the same fashion as a baseball first-baseman's mitt, but evolved into a highly specific piece of equipment that is designed specifically for catching the puck

Trapping may refer to:* Animal trapping, the remote capture of animals* Trapping , a fighting technique and range* Trap , a color management technique* Mantrap, a security device

Trappist beer
A Trappist beer is a beer brewed by or under control of Trappist monks. There are a total of 174 Trappist monasteries worldwide ; only seven produce Trappist beer and are authorized to label their beers with the Authentic Trappist Product logo that indicates a compliance to the various rules of the International Trappist

Trasgredire is a 2000 sex comedy directed by Tinto Brass, with Yuliya Mayarchuk in the lead role.-Plot:

Trash may refer to:In garbage:* Waste, unwanted or undesired waste material* Trash can, a containerIn computing:* Trash , a way in which operating systems dispose of unwanted files

Trash (comics)
Trash is a fictional organization in the Marvel Universe.-Fictional team history:Trash is a street gang made up of superhuman youths, and was originally employed by a man named the Garbage Man. The original lineup of Trash included Airhead, Blasting Cap, Brute, Crazy Legs, and Razor Cut. The Garbage Man employed the gang to run drugs to his various crackhouses

Trash (nightclub)
Trash was a popular London indie and electro nightclub run by Erol Alkan.The club was held weekly on Monday night. The first night was in January 1997, while the last was 10 years later in January 2007

Trashed (Black Sabbath song)
"Trashed" is a single of the album Born Again, by the heavy metal band Black Sabbath. It is the first song of the album, and one of the first songs by the Gillan Sabbath lineup.

Trashman (comic)
Trashman is a fictional character, a superhero created and drawn by Spain who appeared regularly in underground comix and magazines from 1968 through 1985.,Trashman's first appearance was as a full page serial comic strip in the New York City underground newspaper the East Village Other

Trauma can refer to:-In psychology and medicine:* Trauma , an often serious and body-altering physical injury, such as the removal of a limb

Trauma (comics)
Trauma is a fictional comic book character. He is a teenage superhero in Marvel Comics' shared universe, the Marvel Universe

Trauma (medicine)
Trauma refers to "a body wound or shock produced by sudden physical injury, as from violence or accident." It can also be described as "a physical wound or injury, such as a fracture or blow." Major trauma can result in secondary complications such as circulatory shock, respiratory failure and death

Travail was a Christian nu metal / rapcore band based in the Dallas/Fort Worth area in Texas. Fronted by Matt Leslie, it had an intense following at Club 412, a local church-sponsored lounge and music venue located in southwest Fort Worth. Stylistic comparisons were often drawn between their sound and that of secular rock acts popular at the time such as Korn

The Trave is a river in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. It is approximately 124 kilometres long, running from its source near the village of Gießelrade in Ostholstein to Travemünde where it flows into the Baltic Sea. It passes through Bad Segeberg, Bad Oldesloe, and Lübeck, where it is linked to the Elbe-Lübeck Canal