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Trope (literature)
A literary trope is the usage of figurative language in literature, or a figure of speech in which words are used in a sense different from their literal meaning

Trope (literature)
A literary trope is the usage of figurative language in literature, or a figure of speech in which words are used in a sense different from their literal meaning

Trope (music)
A trope or tropus may be a variety of different things in medieval and modern music.The term trope derives from the Greek τρόπος , "a turn, a change" , related to the root of the verb τρέπειν , "to turn, to direct, to alter, to change"

Trope (philosophy)
The term "trope" is both a term which denotes figurative and metaphorical language and one which has been used in various technical senses. The term trope derives from the Greek τρόπος , "a turn, a change", related to the root of the verb τρέπειν , "to turn, to direct, to alter, to change"; this means that the term is used metaphorically to denote,

Trophoblast
Trophoblasts are cells forming the outer layer of a blastocyst, which provide nutrients to the embryo and develop into a large part of the placenta. They are formed during the first stage of pregnancy and are the first cells to differentiate from the fertilized egg

Trophy (album)
Trophy is the debut album by noise-rock/post-metal band Made Out of Babies. The album was produced, engineered, and mixed by Joel Hamilton.-Track listing:#"Herculoid"#"Loosey Goosey"#"El Morgan"#"Ire Fire"#"Lullaby 1"#"Gut Shoveler"#"Sugar"

Trophy (architectural)
A trophy is an architectural ornament representing a group of weapons, banners and armour. Similar decorative vertical arrangements of hunting accessories, musical instruments or other objects are also commonly referred to as trophies.

Trophy (disambiguation)
Trophy or trophies may refer to:* Trophy, an award of a mostly symbolic value, earned by the winner of a competition.*Trophy wife, a term commonly used to describe any wife who is considered a status symbol.

Trophy wife
Trophy wife is an expression used to describe a wife, usually young and attractive, who is regarded as a status symbol for the husband, who is often older and affluent.-History:The term's etymological origins are disputed

Tropic
A tropic can refer to:In geography, either of two circles of latitude:*Tropic of Cancer, at 23° 26' 16" N*Tropic of Capricorn, at 23° 26' 16" S

Tropic hormone
Tropic hormones are hormones that have other endocrine glands as their target. Most tropic hormones are produced and secreted by the anterior pituitary

Tropic of Capricorn (BBC TV series)
Tropic of Capricorn is a BBC television documentary series. It was aired on BBC Two in 2008 and showed presenter Simon Reeve travelling along the Tropic of Capricorn.-References:*

Tropical (vehicles)
Tropical is a Greek manufacturer involved in machinery and vehicle development and production. Its history is characteristic of a company which has made significant efforts to evolve in a country that effectively forbids production of locally developed passenger cars.-History:Alfa was founded in 1976, originally producing vehicle bodies, but it soon

Tropical year
A tropical year , for general purposes, is the length of time that the Sun takes to return to the same position in the cycle of seasons, as seen from Earth; for example, the time from vernal equinox to vernal equinox, or from summer solstice to summer solstice

Tropine
Tropine is a derivative of tropane containing a hydroxyl group at third carbon. It is also called 3-tropanol.Benzatropine and etybenzatropine are derivatives of tropine. It is also a building block of atropine, a cholinergic drug prototypical of the muscarinic antagonist class.-External Links:*

Tropone
Tropone or 2,4,6-cycloheptatrien-1-one is an organic compound with some importance in organic chemistry as a non-benzenoid aromatic. The compound consists of a ring of seven carbon atoms with three conjugated alkene groups and a ketone group

Tropopause
The tropopause is the atmospheric boundary between the troposphere and the stratosphere.-Definition:Going upward from the surface, it is the point where air ceases to cool with height, and becomes almost completely dry

Tros
Tros or TROS may refer to:*Tros , a figure in Greek mythology who was the eponymous ancestor of the Trojans*Tros, Poland*TROS, a Dutch broadcasting union*TR Oil Services

Trost
Trost is a surname:* Al Trost, a retired US soccer midfielder* Barry Trost, an American chemist* Brad Trost, a Canadian Member of Parliament* Carlisle Trost, a retired US Navy officer* Dolfi Trost, a Romanian surrealist

Trot
A trot is a type of symmetrical gait in animals.Trot may also refer to:*Trot , the specifics of trotting in horses*Trot , a genre of Korean pop music*Trot , a character from the Oz books of L

Trot (lai)
Trot is an anonymous Breton lai. It tells the story of a knight who happens upon maidens riding through the forest, and from them, he learns the importance of love.-Composition and manuscripts:

Troth (disambiguation)
Troth is a psychological contract indicating a transaction between two persons.Troth may also refer to:* Doris Troth Lippman , American academic* The Troth, an American Asatru organization

Trotline
A trotline is a heavy fishing line with baited hooks attached at intervals by means of branch lines called snoods. A snood is a short length of line which is attached to the main line using a clip or swivel, with the hook at the other end. A trotline can be set so it covers the width of a channel, river, or stream with baited hooks and can be left unattended

Trotskyism
Trotskyism is the theory of Marxism as advocated by Leon Trotsky. Trotsky considered himself an orthodox Marxist and Bolshevik-Leninist, arguing for the establishment of a vanguard party of the working-class

Trotter
Trotter may refer to:* Del Boy, Rodney and Grandad - Fictional Trotter Family from BBC sictom Only Fools and Horses* Clan Trotter, a lowland Scottish family* Trotter, a horse trained for harness racing* Italian Trotter, a breed of horse

Troubadour
A troubadour was a composer and performer of Old Occitan lyric poetry during the High Middle Ages . Since the word "troubadour" is etymologically masculine, a female troubadour is usually called a trobairitz.

Troubadour (George Strait album)
Troubadour is the title of the 25th studio album by American country music singer George Strait. It was released on April 1, 2008 on MCA Nashville Records. The album comprises twelve tracks, including two duets

Troubadour (song)
"Troubadour" is the title of a song written by Leslie Satcher and Monty Holmes, and recorded by American country singer George Strait. It was released in June 2008 as second single from his 2008 album Troubadour. The song was the 86th chart single of his career

Trouble
Trouble may refer to:* Trouble * Trouble , a 2003 Marvel limited series* Trouble , a television station in the UK and Republic of Ireland* Trouble Kelp, a fictional character in the Artemis Fowl novels

Trouble (Cat Stevens song)
"Trouble" is a song written by the English singer-songwriter and musician, Cat Stevens, during a period from 1969-1970. Stevens was recovering during what amounted to nearly a year of convalescence, after being diagnosed with a collapsed lung and tuberculosis

Trouble (Trampled by Turtles album)
Trouble is the third studio release by Duluth, Minnesota group Trampled By Turtles.

Troubled
Troubled is the fourteenth album from Arthur Loves Plastic and was released in 2006.-Release notes:"Troubled is an electronic deconstruction of Lisa Moscatiello's award-winning CD Trouble from the Start

Troublemaker
Troublemaker or The Troublemaker may refer to:*Troublemaker Studios, a Texan film production company founded by Robert Rodriguez and Elizabeth Avellan*Troublemakers , a comic book published by Valiant Comics

Troublemaker
"Troublemaker" is a song that was originally released as an iTunes single from alternative rock band Weezer's sixth album and third self-titled album, Weezer. It was released in digital form on May 20, 2008. and now has become the second single from the album

Troublemaker (Ian McLagan album)
Troublemaker is the debut album from former Small Faces and Faces keyboardist Ian McLagan, released in 1979 on Mercury Records. Backed by a core group of Johnny Lee Schell , Paul Stallworth and Jim Keltner , McLagan's rough-hewed voice and keyboards along with the party atmosphere permeating throughout the album - especially on the lead-off "La De Da"

Troublemakers (film)
Troublemakers is a 1994 spaghetti western comedy film. It is the last pairing to date of Terence Hill and Bud Spencer.-Story:

Troublemakers (French band)
Troublemakers, is an electronic music band from Marseille. It was formed by Fred Berthet, Lionel Corsini , and Arnaud Taillefer. It has been a duet since the departure of Fred Berthet before the Express Way album.- Albums :

Troublemakers (Swedish band)
Troublemakers is a Swedish punk band originally formed in Gothenburg in 1981 with members from Perverts and Göteborg Sound. After a while the band split up in 1991, but reformed in 1995

Troubles (album)
Troubles is a 2006 album by the UK-based ambient post-rock instrumental band Troubles. The album was originally sold at the band's first gigs but has since become available from their MySpace page.- Track listing :Disc 1#"Troubles Angels: Worry"

Troubles (band)
Troubles is a UK-based ambient post-rock instrumental band formed in 2005. The members of the band are Joel Clifford, Sam Herlihy, Michael Hibbert, Simon Jones, Mike Siddell and Jon Winter.-History:

Troubles (disambiguation)
The Troubles was a period of political unrest and violence in Northern Ireland, from the late 1960s to the turn of the millennium.Troubles or The Troubles may also refer to:* Irish War of Independence 1919-1921* Irish Civil War 1922-1923

Troubles (novel)
Troubles is a 1970 novel by the English author J.G. Farrell. It won the Lost Man Booker Prize and the Geoffrey Faber Memorial Prize. Troubles concerns the dilapidation of a once grand Irish hotel , in the midst of the political upheaval during the Irish War of Independence .The novel is the first installment in Farrell's acclaimed 'Empire Trilogy',

Trough
Trough may refer to:* Trough , the lowest turning point of a business cycle* Trough or manger, a container for animal feed* Watering trough, a receptacle of drinking water for domestic and non-domestic livestock

Trousers
Trousers are an item of clothing worn on the lower part of the body from the waist to the ankles, covering both legs separately

Trousseau
Trousseau may refer to:*A dowry*The outfit of a bride, including the wedding dress or similar clothing*A name for the Bastardo grape in some regions*A white mutation of the Trousseau grape, known as Trousseau Gris

Trout (disambiguation)
Trout is the common name given to a number of species of freshwater fish.Trout may also refer to:*Spotted seatrout or trout, a saltwater fish*Die Forelle or The Trout, a lied by Franz Schubert

Trout Fishing in America (band)
Trout Fishing in America is a musical duo which performs folk rock and children's music. The duo is composed of Keith Grimwood and Ezra Idlet

Trowel
A trowel is one of several similar hand tools used for digging, smoothing, or otherwise moving around small amounts of viscous or particulate material.-Hand tools:

Troy (horse)
Troy was a British Thoroughbred racehorse. Owned by industrialist Sir Michael Sobell and his son-in-law Lord Weinstock, under trainer Dick Hern the colt notably won the 1979 Epsom and Irish Derbys en route to earning 3-Year-Old Champion honors as well as the British flat racing Champion Owner title for Sobell

Troy (novel)
Troy is a young adult novel by Adéle Geras, published in 2000. It is based on events in the Iliad, incorporating original stories set in the heart of the city towards the end of the Trojan War. The novel was shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal, the Whitbread Award and the Guardian Award.-Plot summary:It starts ten years into the Trojan War

Troy (song)
"Troy" is a song written and recorded by Sinéad O'Connor, the first single from her 1987 debut album, The Lion and the Cobra. In 2002, a dance version of the song released as "Troy " becoming a top 10 hit on several international dance charts including the US.-Background:The song uses the story of the ancient city of Troy as a metaphor

Troy (submarine)
Troy is a 14-foot-long submarine designed to look as much as possible like a Great White Shark, to watch Great White Sharks underwater without disturbing them, since before this it was difficult to observe them without attracting them to food. It has one crew, who lies on his belly inside it. It is piloted by Fabien Cousteau

Troy weight
Troy weight is a system of units of mass customarily used for precious metals, gemstones, and black powder.There are 12 troy ounces per troy pound, rather than the 16 ounces per pound found in the more common avoirdupois system. The troy ounce is 480 grains, compared with the avoirdupois ounce, which is 437-1/2 grains. Both systems use the same grain of exactly 0.06479891 gram

Troya
Troya is a U. S. brand of hand-made premium cigar originally owned by Lignum-2, Inc. The brand in an old Cuban brand, established in 1932, but the Cuban version is now offered only as an all-machine-made brand of but two vitolas.-History and Background:

Tru (play)
Tru is a play by Jay Presson Allen.Adapted from the words and works of Truman Capote, it is set in the writer's New York City apartment at 870 United Nations Plaza the week before Christmas 1975

TRU (police unit)
The Tactics and Rescue Unit of the Ontario Provincial Police was formed in 1975 as a counter terrorist unit for the 1976 Summer Olympics which had venues in Ontario

Truancy (novel)
Truancy is a dystopian novel written by Isamu Fukui, a New York City student in Stuyvesant High School, when he was 15 years old. Set in a totalitarian city ruled by its Mayor and Educators, it follows the story of a fifteen-year-old student named Tack, and a student rebellion calling itself the Truancy

TruANT
Truant is Alien Ant Farm's second album. It was released on August 8, 2003 by DreamWorks Records. The producers of the album were Stone Temple Pilots' guitarist and bassist Robert DeLeo and Dean DeLeo.

Truant (disambiguation)
Truant may refer to:* HMS Truant , a T-class submarine* truANT, Alien Ant Farm's second album

Truce (Jars of Clay song)
"Truce" is a song written and performed by Jars of Clay. It is the fifth and final radio single from the band's second studio album, Much Afraid. In addition, it was the fifth straight single from Much Afraid to reach number one on the Christian radio airplay charts. No promotional single was shipped to radio stations for airplay