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Tribe (EP)
-Track listing 6 track ep:-Personnel:*Max Cavalera - vocals, guitars, berimbau in Tribe*Logan Mader - guitars*Jackson Bandeira - guitars*Marcello D. Rapp - bass*Roy Mayorga - drums

Tribe (Sadist album)
Tribe is the second full-length studio album by the Italian progressive death metal band Sadist, released in 1996 by Rising Sun Productions. It features two live Japanese bonus tracks on the original release; "Enslaver of Lies " and "Sometimes They Come Back ". Also, a video was shot for "Tribe" in the same year

Tribeca (disambiguation)
Tribeca or TriBeCa may refer to:* TriBeCa - neighborhood in Manhattan, New York City, in the United States* Tribeca, Liverpool - an urban redevelopment project in Liverpool, the United Kingdom

TriBeCa (TV series)
TriBeCa was a television drama anthology series created by David J. Burke and co-produced with Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal for TriBeCa Productions in 1993 that aired on the Fox Network

Tribes (film)
Tribes, also known as The Soldier Who Declared Peace , is a 1970 television film, broadcast as an ABC Movie of the Week directed by Joseph Sargent. A big ratings success when it first aired November 10, 1970, Tribes was later released theatrically in Britain and Europe under the title The Soldier Who Declared Peace

Tribes (novel)
Tribes is a children's book by Arthur Slade.

Tribes (TV series)
Tribes is a daily half-hour soap opera geared at a teen audience that aired briefly on the Fox network in 1990. Created by veteran soap writer Leah Laiman, the cast included Michelle Stafford, who later went on to star on The Young and the Restless. It is the only daily soap opera Fox has ever aired.

Tribology
Tribology is the science and engineering of interacting surfaces in relative motion. It includes the study and application of the principles of friction, lubrication and wear

Tribulation
The Great Tribulation refers to tumultuous events that are described during the "signs of the times", first mentioned by Jesus in the Olivet discourse

Tribunal
A tribunal in the general sense is any person or institution with the authority to judge, adjudicate on, or determine claims or disputes—whether or not it is called a tribunal in its title.

Tribune
Tribune was a title shared by elected officials in the Roman Republic. Tribunes had the power to convene the Plebeian Council and to act as its president, which also gave them the right to propose legislation before it. They were sacrosanct, in the sense that any assault on their person was prohibited

Tributary
A tributary or affluent is a stream or river that flows into a main stem river or a lake. A tributary does not flow directly into a sea or ocean

Tributary (ballet)
Tributary is a ballet made by Robert La Fosse and Robert Garland to Mozart's Divertimento No. 11 in D, K. 251 . The premiere took place on Thursday, May 25th, 2000, as part of New York City Ballet's Diamond Project at the New York State Theater, Lincoln Center.- Original cast : *Kyra Nichols*Donald Williams- reviews : * by Jack Anderson, June 1, 2000* by Anna

Tribute
A tribute is wealth, often in kind, that one party gives to another as a sign of respect or, as was often the case in historical contexts, of submission or allegiance. Various ancient states, which could be called suzerains, exacted tribute from areas they had conquered or threatened to conquer

Tribute (ballet)
Tribute is a ballet made by Christopher d'Amboise to music by Johann Sebastian Bach. The première took place Saturday, June 4th, 2005, at the School of American Ballet workshop performance, Juilliard Theater, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts

Tribute (ticket)
Tribute is one of the new generation of ticket issuing systems introduced to ticket offices by British Rail during the mid-1990s, prior to the privatisation of the network

Tricam
right|thumb|A pair of tricams: on the right, a nylon size 2.0, and on the left, a [[Dyneema]] size 1.5.A Tricam is a type of climbing protection equipment.The most versatile nut, the Tri-cam, was invented by Greg Lowe in 1973, and came to market in 1981.

Trice
Trice or TrICE may refer to:* Trice , a family name and persons with it* Track Imaging Cherenkov Experiment, a cosmic ray telescope

Trice (surname)
Trice is a surname, and may refer to:*Bob Trice , Major League Baseball pitcher*George Trice , American singer*Jack Trice , American football player*Obie Trice , American rapper

Trichinosis
Trichinosis, also called trichinellosis, or trichiniasis, is a parasitic disease caused by eating raw or undercooked pork or wild game infected with the larvae of a species of roundworm Trichinella spiralis, commonly called the trichina worm. There are eight Trichinella species; five are encapsulated and three are not

Trichlorobenzene
Trichlorobenzene may refer to any of three isomeric chlorinated derivatives of benzene with the molecular formula C6H3Cl3:* 1,2,3-Trichlorobenzene* 1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene* 1,3,5-Trichlorobenzene

Trichlorophenol
A trichlorophenol is any organochloride of phenol that contains three covalently bonded chlorine atoms. Trichlorophenols are produced by electrophilic halogenation of phenol with chlorine. Different isomers of trichlorophenol exist according to which ring positions on the phenol contain chlorine atoms

Trichotillomania
Trichotillomania, which is classified as an impulse control disorder by DSM-IV, is the compulsive urge to pull out one's own hair leading to noticeable hair loss, distress, and social or functional impairment. It is often chronic and difficult to treat.

Trick
Trick may refer to:* Trick , a 2009 album by Kumi Koda* Trick , a 1999 American film* Tricks , a 2007 Polish film by Andrzej Jakimowski* Trick , a comedic Japanese television drama

TRICK
-Track listing:# "Catch~walk up to the continue~" - 4:30# "Date" - 3:42# "Magical Dreamer" - 4:33# "Kimi to~[]~to - 4:29# "one's life" – 3:58# "Midara" – 5:29# "ura" – 4:34# "esa" – 4:10

Trick or Treat
Trick or Treat is a 1952 American animated short film produced by Walt Disney Productions and released by RKO Radio Pictures. The cartoon, which takes place on Halloween night, follows a series of pranks between Donald Duck and his nephews Huey, Dewey, and Louie who are aided by Witch Hazel

Trick or Treat (1986 film)
Trick or Treat is a 1986 horror film by De Laurentiis Entertainment Group, starring Marc Price, Tony Fields, and Lisa Orgolini, with special appearances by Gene Simmons and Ozzy Osbourne.-Plot:

Trick or treat (disambiguation)
Trick or treat or trick-or-treating is a Halloween activity.Trick or Treat may also refer to:- Film :* Trick or Treat , a Disney cartoon short featuring Donald Duck

Trick or Treat (TV series)
Trick or Treat is a British television show hosted by Derren Brown and broadcast on Channel 4. The first episode was broadcast on 13 April 2007. The focus of the show is on one person selected from a pool of volunteers who responded to adverts in the national press to take part in the show. The experience the volunteer receives is decided by which card they choose

Trick shot
A trick shot is a shot played on a billiards table , which seems unlikely, impossible, or requires significant skill

Tricked (That's the Way I Like It)
"Tricked " is a song by the band God Lives Underwater. It was originally released on their album Up Off The Floor in 2004, resulting in significant airplay.

Tricking (heraldry)
The system of heraldry has two main methods to designate the tinctures of arms: hatching and tricking, i. e. designation of tinctures by means of abbreviations or signs.- Origin :

Trickle
Trickle is the second and most recent album from English trip-hop band Olive.- History :Following the band's debut album Extra Virgin and a subsequent promotional tour, keyboard programmer Robin Taylor-Firth left the band

Tricks
Tricks, is a 2007 Polish film written, directed and produced by Andrzej Jakimowski starring Damian Ul, Ewelina Walendziak and Tomasz Sapryk. Tricks is Andrzej Jakimowski's follow up to Squint Your Eyes , his 2002 debut.-Plot:

Trickster
In mythology, and in the study of folklore and religion, a trickster is a god, goddess, spirit, man, woman, or anthropomorphic animal who plays tricks or otherwise disobeys normal rules and conventional behavior. It is suggested by Hansen that the term "Trickster" was probably first used in this context by Daniel G

Tricky
Tricky is an English musician and actor. As a producer and a musician, he is noted for a dark, rich and layered sound and a whispering sprechgesang lyrical style. Culturally, Tricky encourages an intertwining of societies, particularly in his musical fusion of rock and hip hop, high art and pop culture

Tricky (TV series)
Tricky was a British children's animated television programme that aired in the ITV Network's children's strand CITV on Saturday mornings from 30 August to 20 December 1997. It was the first live children's show hosted by an animated character - a talking dragon named Tricky

Triclinium
A triclinium is a formal dining room in a Roman building. The word is adopted from the Greek τρικλίνιον, triklinion, from τρι-, tri-, "three", and κλίνη, klinē, a sort of "couch" or rather chaise longue

Triclocarban
Triclocarban , or 3,4,4'-trichlorocarbanilide, is a substance with anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties that is used in disinfectants, soaps and other household products.

Tricolor
Tricolor or tricolor may refer to something with three colors :* Tricolour flag, any flag or banner having three colours, particularly in bands of approximately equal width** Tricolour, the flag of France, commonly called the Tricolour in English

Tricolore (ballet)
Tricolore is a ballet made by New York City Ballet balletmaster Jerome Robbins, Peter Martins and Jean-Pierre Bonnefoux, conceived and supervised by City Ballet co-founder and balletmaster George Balanchine, to music by Georges Auric, commissioned by the company in 1978

Tricolour
A tricolour is a flag or banner more-or-less equally divided into three bands of differing colours

Tricuspid valve
The tricuspid valve, or right atrioventricular valve, is on the right dorsal side of the mammalian heart, between the right atrium and the right ventricle. The normal tricuspid valve usually has three leaflets and three papillary muscles. They are connected to the papillary muscles by the chordae tendineae, which lie in the right ventricle

Trident
A trident , also called a trishul or leister or gig, is a three-pronged spear. It is used for spear fishing and was also a military weapon. Tridents are featured widely in mythical, historical and modern culture. The major Hindu god, Shiva the Destroyer and the sea god Poseidon or Neptune are classically depicted bearing a trident

Trident (comics)
Trident, in comics, may refer to:*Trident Comics, a former publisher of British comic books*Trident , an anthology comic book title*Trident , a DC Comics character

Tridymite
Tridymite is a high-temperature polymorph of quartz and usually occurs as minute tabular white or colorless pseudo-hexagonal triclinic crystals, or scales, in cavities in acidic volcanic rocks. Its chemical formula is SiO2. Tridymite was first described in 1868 and the type location is in Hidalgo, Mexico

Trierarchy
A Trierarchy is a debt similar to a tax, and a duty similar to being conscripted, in the Navy of ancient Athens this type of obligation is called a liturgy. The person up on whom the duty fell is called a Trierarch

Trifid
Trifid is Latin for "split into three parts" or "threefold" and may refer to:*Trifid , a Czech-language periodical*Trifid Nebula in the constellation Sagittarius*Trifid cipher, a fractionated cipher-Distinguish from:

Trifle
Trifle is a dessert dish made from thick custard, fruit, sponge cake, fruit juice or gelatin, and whipped cream. These ingredients are usually arranged in layers with fruit and sponge on the bottom, and custard and cream on top.

Trifles
Trifles is a one-act play by Susan Glaspell. Her short story, "A Jury of Her Peers", was adapted from the play a year after its debut. It was first performed by the Provincetown Players at the Wharf Theatre in Provincetown, Massachusetts on August 8, 1916. In the original play, Glaspell played the role of one of the characters, Mrs. Hale

Trig
Trig may refer to:* Trigonometry* Trig functions* Trig points, also known as triangulation stations* Trig Paxson Van Palin, son of former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin* TriG A format for storing and transmitting Resource Description Framework data.

Trigger
-Technology:* Trigger , a mechanism that actuates the firing of firearms* Image trigger, a device used in highspeed cameras* Schmitt trigger, an electronic circuit* Trigger circuit, IBM's name for a flip-flop

Triggerfish
Triggerfishes are about 40 species of often brightly colored fishes of the family Balistidae. Often marked by lines and spots, they inhabit tropical and subtropical oceans throughout the world, with the greatest species richness in the Indo-Pacific

Trigon
Trigon may refer to:* Trigon , a German fusion band* Trigon , a comic book character* Trigon , a ball game* Trigon , a Moldovan folk jazz band* Trigone of urinary bladder, a region of the internal urinary bladder

Trigona (genus)
Trigona is the largest genus of stingless bees, formerly including many more subgenera than the present assemblage; many of these former subgenera have been elevated to generic status. There are approximately 150 species presently included in the genus, in 11 subgenera

Trigonometric function
In mathematics, the trigonometric functions are functions of an angle. They are used to relate the angles of a triangle to the lengths of the sides of a triangle

Trigonometry (album)
Trigonometry is the second album by Saafir, under the alias Mr. No No. It was released on January 20, 1998, on Wrap Records and featured production from Saafir and Shock G.-Track listing:#"I'm Saafir "- 4:08#"Major Knock"- 4:48

Trigons
Trigons Puzzles are logic puzzles created by Alan Fraser-Dackers for Trigon Puzzles Ltd and are published on their own website and by Dell Magazines.

Trigram (disambiguation)
The term Trigram refers to:*A trigram may refer to Bagua, a philosophical concept in ancient China.*It may also refer to a three-letter acronym.*Trigrams and digrams are ordered triplets and pairs, respectively, of any kind of token -- however, most often these terms refer to triplets / pairs of letters or words

Trike
Trike can refer to:* Trichloroethylene* Tricycle* Three wheeled car* Three wheeled motorcycle* Ultralight trike, an ultralight aircraft with a hang glider style flexible wing* Trikke* Triceratops* Trike, an album of Bob Log III

Triko
Triko is a village in the Tansila Department of Banwa Province in western Burkina Faso. As of 2005 it had a population of 687.

Trilby
A trilby hat is a type of fedora. The trilby is viewed as the rich man's favored hat; it is commonly called the "brown trilby" in England and is much seen at the horse races. It is described as a "crumpled" fedora

Trilby (ballet)
Trilby is a ballet in 2 acts and 3 scenes, with choreography by Marius Petipa and music by Yuli Gerber. Libretto by Marius Petipa, based on the 1822 novel Trilby, ou le lutin d'Argail by Charles Nodier, first presented by the Ballet of the Moscow Imperial Bolshoi Theatre on January 25/February 6 , 1870, in Moscow with Polina Karpakova as

Trill
Trill may refer to:* Trill , a type of musical ornament* Trill consonant, a type of sound used in some languages*Trill, a type of bird food-Fiction:* Trill , two symbiotic races of aliens in the fictional Star Trek universe