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Tremble (short film)
Tremble is an independent short film, written, produced and directed by Australian filmmakers The Schelle Brothers, Ben Schelle and Matthew J Schelle. The film stars actor Danny Boyd as an old man trapped beneath the rubble and debris of the former Newcastle Worker's Club in the aftermath of the 1989 Newcastle Earthquake

Tremble (song)
"Tremble" is a song by Lou Rhodes. It was the only single released from her debut solo album Beloved One.

Tremolo
Tremolo, or tremolando, is a musical term that describes various trembling effects, falling roughly into two types. The first is a rapid reiteration

Tremolo (disambiguation)
Tremolo is a musical technique.Tremolo may also refer to:* Ibanez RG Tremolo, a series of guitars* Tremolo , a 1997 country rock album by Blue Rodeo* Tremolo , a fictional mutant character in the Marvel Universe

Tremor
A tremor is an involuntary, somewhat rhythmic, muscle contraction and relaxation involving to-and-fro movements of one or more body parts. It is the most common of all involuntary movements and can affect the hands, arms, eyes, face, head, vocal folds, trunk, and legs. Most tremors occur in the hands

Tremulous
Tremulous is a free and open source team-based first-person shooter with real-time strategy elements.The game features two opposing teams: humans and aliens. Each team must attack the enemy's base and team members, while defending their own base

Trench
A trench is a type of excavation or depression in the ground. Trenches are generally defined by being deeper than they are wide , and by being narrow compared to their length .

Trench coat
A trench coat or trenchcoat is a raincoat made of waterproof heavy-duty cotton drill or poplin, wool gabardine, or leather. It generally has a removable insulated lining; and it is usually knee-length.-History:

Trench fever
Trench fever is a moderately serious disease transmitted by body lice. It infected armies in Flanders, France, Poland, Galicia, Italy, Salonika, Macedonia, Mesopotamia, and Egypt in World War I Trench fever (also known as "Five day fever", "Quintan fever" (febris Quintana in Latin), "Urban trench fever") is a moderately serious disease transmitted by body lice. It infected armies in Flanders, France, Poland, Galicia, Italy, Salonika, Macedonia, Mesopotamia, and Egypt in World War I Trench fever (also known as "Five day fever", "Quintan fever" (febris Quintana in Latin), "Urban trench fever") is a moderately serious disease transmitted by body lice. It infected armies in Flanders, France, Poland, Galicia, Italy, Salonika, Macedonia, Mesopotamia, and Egypt in World War I (three noted sufferers being the authors J.R.R. Tolkien A. A. Milne, and C.S

Trencher (band)
Trencher, formed in 2001, is a London-based band. They have toured extensively with bands such as The Locust, Some Girls and Daughters amongst others. They were one of the last bands to record a Peel Session in 2004

Trencher (comics)
Trencher is an American comic book series, that was created, written and drawn by Keith Giffen and released by Image Comics in 1993. It totaled only four issues before its end.-Plot:

Trend
Trend may refer to:* Fads and trends, including fashion trend** Trendsetter , person who starts a fashion or technology trend before most other people

Trent
-Places:* Trento in northern Italy, site of the Council of Trent* Trent, Dorset, England, United Kingdom* Trent, Germany, a municipality on the island of Rügen* Trent, California, USA* Trent, Kentucky, USA* Trent, South Dakota, USA* Trent, Texas, USA

Trenta
Trenta means "thirty" in some of the Romance languages, including Italian. It may also refer to:-Places:Italy* Trenta, Italy, a comune in the province of CosenzaSlovenia* Trenta, Bovec, a settlement in the Slovenian Julian Alps

Trento
Trento is an Italian city located in the Adige River valley in Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol. It is the capital of Trentino

Trepanation (disambiguation)
Trepanation/Trepanning may refer to:* Trepanning, a form of surgery in which a hole is bored into the skull* Trepanning , a type of drilling designed for large holes in metal and rock workpieces

Trepidation
According to a medieval theory of astronomy, trepidation is oscillation in the precession of the equinoxes. The theory was popular from the 9th to the 16th centuries.

Treponema
Treponema is a bacterial genus. The major species is Treponema pallidum, whose subspecies are responsible for diseases such as syphilis and yaws.The species Treponema hyodysenteriae and Treponema innocens have been reclassified into Serpula.

Tress
-People:*Arthur Tress , American photographer*Ronald Tress , British professor and director*Tress MacNeille , American voice actress*William Tress, architect and designer of railway stations.-Things Called TRESS:

Tresses
Tresses is a commune in the Gironde department in Aquitaine in southwestern France.-Population:-External links:*

Trestle
A trestle is a rigid frame used as a support, especially referring to a bridge composed of a number of short spans supported by such frames. In the context of trestle bridges, each supporting frame is generally referred to as a bent

Trestle (disambiguation)
Trestle may refer to several different things with a similar structure:* A trestle bridge, commonly used for railroads* A trestle desk* A trestle table* Trestle , part of a post mill

Trestle (mill)
The Trestle of a Post mill is the arrangement of the Main post, crosstrees and quarterbars that form the substructure of this type of windmill. It may or may not be surrounded by a roundhouse

Tretten
Tretten is a parish and a small village in the northern part of the Øyer municipality, Norway.Its population is 880. Tretten is located on the Losna lake, which is part of the Gudbrandsdalslågen river. The village had its own sports team Tretten IL until 1990, when a merger created Øyer-Tretten IF.Tretten was also the location of the biggest train disaster in Norway's history

Tretti
Tretti is the fifth compilation album, and fifteenth album overall, from Swedish hard rock band Jerusalem, released in 2006. The collection was released as a double album and focused primarily on their Swedish output.-Disc One:

Trevor (film)
Trevor is a 1994 American short comedy film directed by Peggy Rajski about a gay 13-year-old boy who, when rejected by friends because of his sexuality, makes an attempt to take his life.

Trew
Trew is the surname of:* Antony Trew South African writer and business man* Beatrice Trew , Canadian politician* Billy Trew Welsh rugby union player* Kim Trew Canadian politician* Peter Trew , English politician

Trey Songz
Tremaine "Trey" Aldon Neverson , better known by his stage name Trey Songz, is an American singer-songwriter, rapper, record producer and actor. His debut album, I Gotta Make It, was released in 2005, while his second album, Trey Day, was released in 2007

TRG
TRG may refer to:* TRG , a Romanian dubstep producer* Tactical Response Group, a generic name for tactical police units in Australia

Triad
Triad is a term used to describe many branches of Chinese criminal organizations based in Hong Kong, Vietnam, Macau, Taiwan, China, and also in countries with significant Chinese populations, such as Malaysia, Singapore, the United States, Canada, Australia and the United Kingdom

Triad (album)
Triad is an album by the English power trio Spontaneous Combustion. It was released in 1974 on the Harvest label. The cover was designed to resemble a wrinkled inner sleeve of a record

Triad (anatomy)
In the histology of skeletal muscle, a triad is the structure formed by a T tubule with a sarcoplasmic reticulum known as the terminal cisterna on either side. Each skeletal muscle fiber has many thousands of triads, visible in muscle fibers that have been sectioned longitudinally

Triad (environmental science)
The Triad is an approach by the United States Environmental Protection Agency to decision-making for hazardous-waste site cleanup. During the late 1990s, technology advocates from the environmental sector in the United States developed the approach by combining innovations in management and technology with ideas from hazardous-waste site cleanup experience.Their goal was to form a framework

Triadi
Triadi is a village near Thermi, Thessaloniki. It belongs in the municipality of Thermi and it has a population of 600 people.

Triadic
Triadic may refer to:* Triadic patent, a series of corresponding patents* Triadic reciprocal causation, a concept in social psychology* Triadic relation, a mathematical concept* p-adic number, where p=3, a mathematical concept* Triad

Triads (fraternities)
The term Triads is used to designate certain historic groupings of seminal college fraternities in North America.-Union Triad:The Union Triad is a group of three early fraternities founded at Union College in Schenectady, New York: the Kappa Alpha Society , Sigma Phi and Delta Phi

Triage
Triage or ) is the process of determining the priority of patients' treatments based on the severity of their condition. This rations patient treatment efficiently when resources are insufficient for all to be treated immediately. The term comes from the French verb trier, meaning to separate, sift or select. Two types of triage exist: simple and advanced

Triage (disambiguation)
Triage may refer to:* Triage, a process of prioritizing patients based on the severity of their condition so as to treat as many as possible when resources are insufficient for all to be treated immediately** Business Triage

Triage (film)
Triage is a 2009 drama film starring Colin Farrell, Paz Vega and Christopher Lee. The film’s plot is described as a dark tale of a photojournalist who comes home after a dangerous assignment in Kurdistan during the Anfal Genocide against the Kurdish people. The film focuses on the psychological effects of war on a photo journalist

Triage (novel)
This article is about the novel by Scott Anderson, for the article is about the concept of triage as it occurs in medical emergencies and disasters see Triage. For the article about the film version of this novel see Triage . For other uses, see Triage .Triage is a 1998 novel by Scott Anderson

Trial
A trial is, in the most general sense, a test, usually a test to see whether something does or does not meet a given standard.It may refer to:*Trial , the presentation of information in a formal setting, usually a court

Trial (band)
Trial is an American political straight edge hardcore punk band based in Seattle, Washington. The band was active from 1995 until 2000. They reunited for three reunion shows in Seattle, London, and Budapest in the fall of 2005, and recently were part of the Burning Fight Book Release show in Chicago IL on May 2 and 3, 2009

Trial (ship)
The Trial was a ship that was seized by convicts and eventually wrecked on the Mid North Coast of New South Wales, Australia in 1816.The Trial was a brig owned by the merchant Simeon Lord. While waiting near the Sow and Pigs Reef in Port Jackson for good winds to take it to Port Dalrymple it was seized by a group of thirteen convicts

Trial (sport)
Trial may refer to the following types of competitions.*Time trials*Car or motor trial, motoring competitions of skill and/or reliability*Motorcycle trials, an obstacle motorcycle competition

Trial and error
Trial and error, or trial by error, is a general method of problem solving, fixing things, or for obtaining knowledge."Learning doesn't happen from failure itself but rather from analyzing the failure, making a change, and then trying again."

Trial and error (disambiguation)
Trial and error is a general method of problem solving.Trial and error may also refer to:* Trial and Error , a 1933 book on writing and the publishing industry by Jack Woodford* Trial and Error, a 1937 mystery novel by Anthony Berkeley

Trial by ordeal
Trial by ordeal is a judicial practice by which the guilt or innocence of the accused is determined by subjecting them to an unpleasant, usually dangerous experience

Triangle
A triangle is one of the basic shapes of geometry: a polygon with three corners or vertices and three sides or edges which are line segments. A triangle with vertices A, B, and C is denoted .

Triangle (film)
Triangle is a 2007 Hong Kong crime-thriller produced and directed by Tsui Hark, Ringo Lam, and Johnnie To. The film's title refers to both the acclaimed trio of filmmakers and to the uneasy brotherhood of the film's three protagonists. Triangle tells one story which is told in three thirty-minute segments, independently helmed by the three directors

Triangle (Israel)
The Triangle , formerly referred to as the Little Triangle, is a concentration of Israeli Arab towns and villages adjacent to the Green Line, located in the eastern Sharon plain among the Samarian foothills; this area is located within the easternmost boundaries of both the Center District and Haifa District.The Triangle is further divided into the Northern Triangle The Triangle , formerly referred to as the Little Triangle, is a concentration of Israeli Arab towns and villages adjacent to the Green Line, located in the eastern Sharon plain among the Samarian foothills; this area is located within the easternmost boundaries of both the Center District and Haifa District.The Triangle is further divided into the Northern Triangle The Triangle , formerly referred to as the Little Triangle, is a concentration of Israeli Arab towns and villages adjacent to the Green Line, located in the eastern Sharon plain among the Samarian foothills; this area is located within the easternmost boundaries of both the Center District and Haifa District.The Triangle is further divided into the Northern Triangle (around Kafr

Triangle (The X-Files)
"Triangle" is the third episode of the sixth season of the television series The X-Files, premiered by the Fox network on November 22, 1998. The episode was written and directed by series creator Chris Carter.

Triangulation (computer vision)
In computer vision triangulation refers to the process of determining a point in 3D space given its projections onto two, or more, images. In order to solve this problem it is necessary to know the parameters of the camera projection function from 3D to 2D for the cameras involved, in the simplest case represented by the camera matrices

Triangulation (family dynamics)
Triangulation is most commonly used to express a situation in which one family member will not communicate directly with another family member, but will communicate with a third family member, which can lead to the third family member becoming part of the triangle

Triangulation (finance)
Triangulation is a strategy whereby a trader exploits the relationship between 3 currencies, as 3 pairs. For example, EUR/CHF EUR/USD and USD/CHF. EUR/USD and USD/CHF are USD opposites , so if USD is moving, EUR/USD and USD/CHF should move opposite, but they do not. They move in same direction, but not in appropriate, proportional amount of price.

Triangulum
Triangulum is a small constellation in the northern sky. Its name is Latin for triangle, and it should not be confused with Triangulum Australe in the southern sky. Its name derives from its three brightest stars, of third and fourth magnitude, which form a nearly isosceles long and narrow triangle

Triangulum (disambiguation)
Triangulum can refer to:* Triangulum, a northern constellation** Triangulum Minor, an obsolete constellation which is part of Triangulum* Triangulum Galaxy, a spiral galaxy visible in Triangulum* Triangulum Australe, a small southern constellation

Triangulum Australe
Triangulum Australe is a small constellation in the southern sky, created in the sixteenth century. Its name is Latin for 'the southern triangle', which distinguishes it from Triangulum in the northern sky

Trias
Trias is a board game authored by Ralf Lehmkuhl. It is distributed by Rio Grande Games, Tilsit Editions and Gecko Games.The game is set in the Triassic period. Players maneuver dinosaur-shaped pieces and manage the "continental drift" of hexagonal tiles in order to spread their species and dominate the continents that make up the playing board, scoring points as they do so

Trias (genus)
Trias is a genus of orchids comprising thirteen species endemic to India, Myanmar and Thailand. It is abbreviated as Trias in horticultural trade.

Triathlon (disambiguation)
A Triathlon is an endurance athletic event consisting of three stages, without a break: swimming, cycling and running, in that order.Triathlon may also refer to:* Triathlon, an alias of the fictional superhero character Delroy Garrett

Triathlon (heat pump)
The York Triathlon was a heat pump system for residential and small business heating and air conditioning introduced circa 1997. Unlike conventional designs where the compressor is driven by an electric motor on the Triathlon it was driven by a small natural gas burning internal combustion engine. Maintenance requirements included annual changes of the oil and spark plugs on the engine

Triatoma brasiliensis
Triatoma brasiliensis Neiva, 1911 is now considered the most important Chagas disease vector in the semiarid areas of northeastern Brazil. T. brasiliensis occurs in 12 Brazilian states, including Maranhão, Piauí, Ceará, Rio Grande do Norte, and Paraíba.T. brasiliensis is native to this part of Brazil, and thus persists in the natural environment

Tribadism
Tribadism or tribbing, commonly known by its scissoring position, is a form of non-penetrative sex in which a woman rubs her vulva against her partner's body for sexual stimulation. This may involve female-to-female genital contact or a female rubbing her vulva against her partner's thigh, stomach, buttocks, palm, arm, or other body part

Tribble (surname)
Tribble is a surname. Notable persons with that surname include:* DeJuan Tribble, an American football player* Bud Tribble, computer software developer

Tribe
A tribe, viewed historically or developmentally, consists of a social group existing before the development of, or outside of, states.Many anthropologists use the term tribal society to refer to societies organized largely on the basis of kinship, especially corporate descent groups .Some theorists hold that tribes represent a stage in social evolution