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Notes*"All I Have in this World" excepts from the film Scarface and contains a samples of "Scarface" by Geto Boys*"The Boss" contains a samples of "Broken Wings" by Mr

Triller (bird)
The trillers are a genus of passerine birds belonging to the cuckoo-shrike family Campephagidae. Their name comes from the loud trilling calls of the males. There are about 12 species which occur in southern Asia and Australasia with a number of species on Pacific islands. They feed mainly on insects and fruit

-Numbers:Either of the two numbers :* 1,000,000,000,000 for all short scale countries

One trillionth is the reciprocal of a trillion, which means it has one of two definitions depending on whether the long scale or short scale numbering system is in use.-Short scale countries:

A trilogy is a set of three works of art that are connected, and that can be seen either as a single work or as three individual works. They are commonly found in literature, film, or video games

Trilogy (ATB album)
Trilogy is the seventh studio album by German artist ATB. It is released in two versions, a limited and normal version. It was released in Europe on 27 April 2007 and in the U.S. on 22 May 2007.

Trilogy (Enigma album)
Trilogy is a box set by German multi-million selling musical project Enigma. It includes the first three studio albums by Enigma, MCMXC a.D., The Cross of Changes and Le Roi est mort, vive le Roi! and comprises their artistic output from 1990–1996.-Box set contents:*MCMXC a.D. *The Cross of Changes *Le Roi est mort, vive le Roi!

Trim may refer to:* Cutting small pieces off something** Book trimming, a stage of the publishing process** Editing*** Editing a posting style in online discourse** Pruning, trimming as a form of pruning often used on trees-Places:

A trimaran is a multihulled boat consisting of a main hull and two smaller outrigger hulls , attached to the main hull with lateral struts

Trimeperidine is an opioid analgesic that is an analogue of prodine. It was developed in or around 1954 in the USSR during research into the related drug pethidine.

Trimer might refer to:* Trimer , a reaction product composed of three identical molecules* Protein trimer, a compound of three macromolecules non-covalently bound* Trimer, Ille-et-Vilaine, a commune in France-See also:

Trimester may refer to:* An academic term comprising one-third of an academic year* The division of pregnancy into three-month sections

Trimmed is a 1922 Western film directed by Harry A. Pollard and featuring Hoot Gibson.-Cast:* Hoot Gibson - Dale Garland* Patsy Ruth Miller - Alice Millard* Alfred Hollingsworth - John Millard* Fred Kohler - Young Bill Young

TRIN (finance)
The TRIN, or Arms index, is a short-term technical analysis stock market trading indicator. The name is short for TRading INdex. The index is calculated as follows:

Trinca was a comic magazine published in Spain from 1970 to 1973.This project joined several Spanish creators who were working abroad as Esteban Maroto, Antonio Hernández Palacios, or Victor de la Fuente, and showed a complete different trend in Spanish comic publishers.Trinca was launched by Doncel, an editor owned by Young Front Frente de Juventudes an organization from Franquist

Trinidad (Amtrak station)
The Trinidad Amtrak station is a train station in Trinidad, Colorado, United States served by Amtrak, the national railroad passenger system. Trinidad station was originally built by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad, however it was not built in the Spanish Mission style, as many former Santa Fe Railroad stations were.Of the nine Colorado stations served by Amtrak, Trinidad was

The word trinitarian is used in several senses:*Ideas or things pertaining to the Holy Trinity.*A person or group adhering to the doctrine of Trinitarianism, which holds God to subsist in the form of the Holy Trinity.

SSC RF "Troitsk Institute of Innovative and Thermonuclear Research" or TRINITY for short ) is a Soviet/Russian state scientific center in the field of controlled thermonuclear synthesis, plasma physics, laser physics and the technics, creation and practical application of impulse sources of power supply based on MHD generators.Located in Troitsk, Moscow OblastEstablished in

Trinity (comic book)
Trinity is the title of an American weekly comic book limited series published by DC Comics that debuted during the first week of June, 2008. It ran for 52 issues.-Conception and production:

Trinity (comics)
Trinity, in comics, may refer to:*DC Comics comics and characters:**Trinity , a character created in 1990 and used in stories featuring the Teen Titans and Wonder Woman

Trinity (musician)
Trinity aka Junior Brammer is a reggae deejay and producer, whose career began in the mid-1970s and continued into the 1990s.-Biography:Born in 1954, Brammer was educated at the Alpha Boys School

Trinity (University of Western Australia)
Trinity is the largest residential college at the University of Western Australia. Trinity was a result of a merge of St Columba and Kingswood College and is presently home to around 374 residents.

Trinity (Visions of Atlantis album)
Trinity is the third studio album by Austrian symphonic power metal band Visions of Atlantis and features American vocalist Melissa Ferlaak

Trinity Broadcasting Network
The Trinity Broadcasting Network is a major American Christian television network. TBN is based in Costa Mesa, California, with auxiliary studio facilities in Irving, Texas; Hendersonville, Tennessee; Gadsden, Alabama; Decatur, Georgia; Miami, Florida; Tulsa, Oklahoma; Orlando, Florida; and New York City.TBN broadcasts programs hosted by a diverse group of ministries from

A trinket is a small showy ornament or something that is a mere trifle. Trinket may also refer to:* Trinket Island, an island of the Nicobar Islands**Trinket , a village on the island

- Musical ensembles and forms :*Trio , three people performing music in some way*Piano trio *String trio *Trio *Clarinet-violin-piano trio

Trio (1950 film)
Trio is a 1950 British anthology film based on three short stories by W. Somerset Maugham: "The Verger", "Mr. Know-All" and "Sanatorium". Ken Annakin directed "The Verger" and "Mr

Trio (Buffyverse)
The Trio is the name of three fictional characters in the sixth season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, who serve as the villains of the season. They continually strive to neutralize Buffy, the Slayer, and thus the primary obstacle to their ultimate goal of taking over Sunnydale

TRIO (gene)
Triple functional domain protein is a protein that in humans is encoded by the TRIO gene.-Interactions:TRIO has been shown to interact with Filamin and RHOA.-Further reading:

Trio (song)
"Trio" is an improvisation by the British progressive rock band King Crimson. It was released on their sixth studio album, Starless and Bible Black.The piece was recorded live at the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, on November 23 1973

A triode is an electronic amplification device having three active electrodes. The term most commonly applies to a vacuum tube with three elements: the filament or cathode, the grid, and the plate or anode. The triode vacuum tube was the first electronic amplification device

A triol is a chemical compound containing three hydroxyl groups , such as glycerol. An example of triol on benzene is benzenetriol.- See also :* Alcohols, chemical compounds with one hydroxyl group

Triolein is a triglyceride and unsaturated fat formed from oleic acid. Triolein is used in Semipermeable membrane devices to collect organic compounds in form of a passive sampling device in water analysis. the collecting compound triolein is placed in a tube and set up in a cage like container into the water system .

Triolet (disambiguation)
A triolet is a poetic form that is eight lines long.Triolet may also refer to:* Elsa Triolet , French writer* Triolet, Mauritius

Trionfo is an Italian word meaning "triumph", also "triumphal procession", and a car or float in such a procession. It may derive from a call of triumph during antique triumphal processions: "Io triumpe"

Trip may refer to travel, a vacation, or a psychedelic experience. It is also an informal description for a circuit breaker or its action. Trip may also refer to:-People:*Trip Adler , American entrepreneur

Trip (album)
Trip is the second album from the synthpop act Cause and Effect. It dedicated to the memory of Sean Rowley. The album includes the song "It's Over Now," which climbed to the #7 spot on Billboard's modern rock charts

Trip (Rivermaya album)
- Trivia :The album's title, "Trip," is not found anywhere on the CD packaging which can result in the album being mistaken for the band's self-titled debut album.- Personnel :*Rico Blanco - guitar, vocals*Francisco "Bamboo" Mañalac - vocals

Tripartite means composed of or split into three parts, or refers to three parties. Specifically, it may also refer to any of the following:* 3 * Tripartite body, soul and spirit* Tripartite language* Tripartite motto

Tripartite (theology)
In Christian theology, the tripartite viewpoint holds that man is a composite of three distinct components: body, soul and spirit. It is less popular than the bipartite view, where "soul" and "spirit" are taken as different terms for the same entity.

Tripe is a type of edible offal from the stomachs of various farm animals.-Beef tripe:

Tripe (disambiguation)
Tripe is a type of edible offal from the stomachs of various domestic animals.Tripe may also refer to:* Linnaeus Tripe , British photographer* Rock tripe, a lichen* Something discardable or of little worth

Triphosphoric acid
Triphosphoric acid, also tripolyphosphoric acid, with formula H5P3O10, is a condensed form of phosphoric acid.In polyphosphoric acids, it is the next after pyrophosphoric acid, H4P2O7, also called diphosphoric acid.

Triplane (band)
Triplane is a Japanese rock band who has released multiple singles and albums, as well as performed songs for the soundtracks of anime, dramas, and other Japanese programming. off of their most recent album and single has been used as the ending theme for Tomica Hero: Rescue Force

Triple, a doublet of "treble" or "threefold" , is used in several contexts:* Triple metre, a musical metre characterized by a primary division of three beats to the bar

Triple Negative Breast Cancer
Triple-negative breast cancer refers to any breast cancer that does not express the genes for estrogen receptor , progesterone receptor or Her2/neu. Triple negative is sometimes used as a surrogate term for basal-like, however more detailed classification is possible providing better guidance for treatment and better estimates for prognosis

Triple Play
A triple play is a baseball play in which three outs are made as a result of continuous action without any intervening errors between outs.Triple play may also refer to:

Triple Play (Martin Pizzarelli)
Triple Play is the debut album by jazz double-bassist Martin Pizzarelli, who typically can be found performing in trios led by his brother John Pizzarelli

-Science:* A series of three nucleotide bases that form Genetic code* J-coupling as part of NMR spectroscopy* Opal in preparation to be a gemstone* Spin triplet in quantum mechanics — as in triplet oxygen, or simply triplet state in general.

Triplicate was an American Thoroughbred racehorse. He was sired by the 1928 American Horse of the Year and U.S. Racing Hall of Fame inductee, Reigh Count. His dam was Fairday, a daughter of another Hall of Fame inductee, Fair Play

Tripoli (Pinback Single)
Tripoli is a single released by indie rock band Pinback, on their self-titled debut album.-Track listing:# "Tripoli"# "Hurley "# "Tripoli "# "Hurley "# "Tripoli "

TRIPOS is a computer operating system. Development started in 1976 at the Computer Laboratory of Cambridge University and it was headed by Dr. Martin Richards. The first version appeared in January 1978 and it originally ran on a PDP-11. Later it was ported to the Computer Automation LSI4 and the Data General Nova

The University of Cambridge, England, divides the different kinds of honours bachelor's degree by Tripos , plural Triposes. The word has an obscure etymology, but may be traced to the three-legged stool candidates once used to sit on when taking oral examinations

Tripper may refer to:* Tripper , 2004* Tripper , 2011* The Tripper, a 2007 film* Tripper Harrison, the character portrayed by Bill Murray in the film, Meatballs* A common name for gonorrhea

Tripping may refer to a psychedelic experience.Tripping may also refer to:*Tripping , a penalty infraction*Tripping , the act of running or pulling drill pipe into or out of a wellbore on a drilling rig

Tripping (ice hockey)
A tripping penalty in ice hockey is called by the referee when a player trips an opposing player with their stick, or uses their skate against the other players skate, causing them to lose balance and fall .

Tripping (pipe)
Tripping pipe is the physical act of pulling the drill string out of the wellbore and then running it back in. This is done by physically breaking out or disconnecting every other 2 or 3 joints of drill pipe at a time and racking them vertically in the derrick

A triptych , from tri-= "three" + ptysso= "to fold") is a work of art which is divided into three sections, or three carved panels which are hinged together and can be folded shut or displayed open. It is therefore a type of polyptych, the term for all multi-panel works

Triptych (7\" vinyl)
Triptych is a very rare 7" record by Bryn Jones released under the alias E.g Oblique Graph. All of the songs were later released on the 2X12" and 2XCD versions of Completely Oblique.

Triptych (ballet)
Triptych is a ballet made by Christopher d'Amboise, to Bartók's Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta as part of New York City Ballet's Diamond Project

Triptych (horse)
Triptych was a Thoroughbred filly racehorse known for her toughness who went on racing until the age of six, travelling around the world always taking on the very best. Bred in Kentucky, she was a descendant through both her sire and dam of the great runner and sire, Nearco

Triptych (philately)
A triptych is a philatelic term which was borrowed from the art world and having the same meaning: a set of three panels hinged together