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A truck or lorry is a motor vehicle designed to transport cargo. Trucks vary greatly in size, power, and configuration, with the smallest being mechanically similar to an automobile

Truck (band)
Truck was a pop group from Malaysia, consisting of three members from another Malaysian band The October Cherries. The members were Diaz and two brothers by the surname of Shotam

Truck (book)
Truck is a children's picture book written and illustrated by Donald Crews. It is notable for telling a story without using any humans or narration. It consists entirely of a single semi-trailer truck traveling through urban environments. It is the second of Donald Crews' books to focus around transportation vehicles

Trucker (film)
Trucker a 2008 dramatic independent film by Plum Pictures. It was written and directed by James Mottern, and produced by Scott Hanson, Galt Niederhoffer, Celine Rattray and Daniela Taplin Lundberg.-Plot:

Truckers (TV series)
Truckers is a stop motion animated series, an adaptation the first book of Terry Pratchett's The Nome Trilogy, produced in the United Kingdom by Cosgrove Hall for TV, then released on VHS, though edited together into a feature-length film

A "truckle" of cheese refers a cylindrical wheel of cheese, usually taller than it is wide, and sometimes described as barrel-shaped. The word is derived from the Latin trochlea, 'wheel, pulley'. Truckles vary greatly in size, from the wax-coated cheeses sold in supermarkets, to 25 kilogram or larger artisanal cheeses.

Trucks (TV series)
Trucks is the UK's only TV programme dedicated to the UK's commercial vehicle industry. It currently airs on Men and Motors.The programme has entered its fourth season of filming, the season being pre-empted by a Commercial Vehicle Show special.

Trudy is a common English given name and may refer to:People:* "Trudy", childhood nickname of swimmer Gertrude Ederle * Trudi Canavan , Australian fantasy writer* Trudy H

Trudy (american comic strip)
Trudy is the title character of a comic strip about a suburban homemaker by Jerry Marcus which debuted on March 18, 1963. It was syndicated until August 20, 2005, after Marcus died on July 22 of that year.

True may refer to:* Truth, the state of being in accord with fact or reality-Music:* True , 1996* True , 2002* True , 1983** "True"

True (dating service)
True is an online dating service that was founded in 2003 by entrepreneur Herb Vest. Its original name was, but the company felt that this name was too limiting, as company leadership wanted to expand the company into other markets one day. In 2004 the domain name was purchased and the company changed its name

True (George Strait song)
"True" is the title of a song written by Marv Green and Jeff Stevens, and recorded by American country music artist George Strait. It was released in June 1998 as the second single from his album, One Step at a Time. The song peaked at number 2 on the U.S

True (TrinityRoots album)
True is the debut album by New Zealand band, TrinityRoots, released in 2001.-Track listing:#"True"#"Sense and Cents"#"Beautiful People"#"Call to You"#"Passion"#"D By D"#"Egos"#"Just Like You"#"Little Things"

True (TRU album)
True is the third studio album released by rap group, TRU. It was released on July 25, 1995 for No Limit Records and was produced by Beats By the Pound

True Believer (Keaggy album)
-Track listing:# "True Believers"# "Wild Heart"# "Only You "# "Salvation Army Band"# "Don't Let Go of My Heart"# "Son of Man"# "And on That Day"# "Be Thou My Vision"# "Have Mercy Lord"# "Survivor"

True Believer (Troy Cassar-Daley album)
True Believer is an Australian country music album by Troy Cassar-Daley, released in January 1997.Around the album's release, Troy toured with LeAnn Rimes and by himself

True Blue
True Blue may refer to:* True blue, the French term pure laine, a politically and culturally charged phrase* True Blue, a racehorse who finished fourth in the 1839 Grand National* The True Blue Campus of St

True Blue (jazz album)
True Blue is a jazz album by saxophonist Dexter Gordon and saxophonist Al Cohn, recorded in 1976 for Xanadu Records.- Personnel :* Al Cohn & Dexter Gordon - tenor saxophone* Blue Mitchell & Sam Noto - trumpet* Barry Harris piano

True Colors
- Music :* True Colors , a 1986 album by Cyndi Lauper** "True Colors" , the title song to above album** True Colors Tour, an annual benefit concert tour organized by Cyndi Lauper

True Colors (TV series)
True Colors is an American sitcom that aired on Fox from September 2, 1990 to April 12, 1992 for a total of 45 episodes. The series was created by Michael J

True Colours (Level 42 album)
True Colours is the fifth studio album by the British musical group Level 42, released in 1984. Beyond the band's native United Kingdom, the album was released 10-plus other countries, including Japan, Germany and United States of America

True Love (1989 film)
True Love is a 1989 American comedy film directed by Nancy Savoca. An unflinching look at the realities of love and marriage which offers no "happily ever after" ending, it won the Grand Jury Prize at the 1989 Sundance Film Festival.-Cast:

True name (legal)
In civil law, a person's true name is generally considered to be the name given at birth or changed by a statutorily prescribed process . A name assumed under the common law method In civil law, a person's true name is generally considered to be the name given at birth or changed by a statutorily prescribed process (such as petitioning a court (available in all States) or specifying a new name on the marriage certificate (in those with such a statute)). A name assumed under the common law method In civil law, a person's true name is generally considered to be the name given at birth or changed by a statutorily prescribed process (such as petitioning a court (available in all States) or specifying a new name on the marriage certificate (in those with such a statute)). A name assumed under the common law method (i.e

True North (Bill George book)
True North, by Bill George and Peter Sims, is a best-selling 2007 business book and follow-up to George's 2003 bestseller Authentic Leadership

True North (novel)
True North is a 1996 historical novel for young adults by Kathryn Lasky, and published by Scholastic Corporation Set in 1850s America, it is a story about the Underground Railroad

A truffle is the fruiting body of an underground mushroom; spore dispersal is accomplished through fungivores, animals that eat fungi. Almost all truffles are ectomycorrhizal and are therefore usually found in close association with trees.

Truffle or Truffles may refer to:* Truffle , edible body of fungi in the genus Tuber* Various kinds of hypogeous fungi other than that mentioned above, including Ascomycetes, Basidiomycetes, Glomeromycetes and Zygomycetes

Truffle oil
Truffle oil is a modern culinary ingredient, used to impart the flavor and aroma of truffles to a dish. Most truffle oils are not made from actual truffles, but are a synthetic product that combines a thioether , one of numerous organic aromas or odorants found in real truffles, with an olive oil or grapeseed oil base

A truism is a claim that is so obvious or self-evident as to be hardly worth mentioning, except as a reminder or as a rhetorical or literary device and is the opposite of falsism.

Truly is an American rock band formed in the wake of the grunge era. It featured former Soundgarden bassist Hiro Yamamoto, one-time Screaming Trees drummer Mark Pickerel, and singer Robert Roth

A trump is a type of card in some card games.Trump may also refer to:* Trump * Trump * Trumps * The Trump * HMS Trump , a British submarine* The Trump Organization, a business conglomerate

Trump (comics)
Trump is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe.-Fictional character biography:Carlton Sanders was born in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. As Trump, he is a professional criminal and magician who uses illusions and parlor tricks to commit his crimes. He has also worked as a children's television host

The trumpet is the musical instrument with the highest register in the brass family. Trumpets are among the oldest musical instruments, dating back to at least 1500 BCE. They are played by blowing air through closed lips, producing a "buzzing" sound which starts a standing wave vibration in the air column inside the instrument

Trumpet (novel)
Trumpet is the debut novel of Scottish writer and poet Jackie Kay.-Author:Kay has two published collections of poetry: Other Lovers and The Adoption of Papers. Other Lovers won the Somerset Maugham Award in 1994. She currently resides in England

Trumpet (satellite)
TRUMPET , called Advanced Jumpseat by some observers, is reportedly a codename for a series of ELINT reconnaissance satellites launched by the United States during the 1990s to replace the Jumpseat satellites

Trumpeter (company)
Trumpeter is a Chinese company that manufacturers plastic injection moulding military model kits. Their product line consists of model ships, aircraft, cars and military ground vehicles. Trumpeter kits initially had a reputation of being somewhat less detailed than those of competitors such as Dragon or Tamiya, and accuracy issues have continued in some kits

Trumpeter (pigeon)
The Trumpeter breeds of fancy pigeon are so named because of their unique vocalizations which sound vaguely like low laughter. Wendell Levi describes this trumpeting vocalization in his book The Pigeon.

Trumpeter Swan
The Trumpeter Swan, Cygnus buccinator, is the largest native North American bird, if measured in terms of weight and length, and is the largest living waterfowl species on earth. It is the North American counterpart of the European Whooper Swan.-Description:Males typically measure from and weigh ; females typically range from and weigh

In mathematics and computer science, truncation is the term for limiting the number of digits right of the decimal point, by discarding the least significant ones.For example, consider the real numbersThe result would be:- Truncation and floor function :

Truncation (statistics)
In statistics, truncation results in values that are limited above or below, resulting in a truncated sample. Truncation is similar to but distinct from the concept of statistical censoring. A truncated sample can be thought of as being equivalent to an underlying sample with all values outside the bounds entirely omitted, with not even a count of those omitted being kept

-People:*Boo Trundle, a musician*Lee Trundle, an English footballer*Robert Trundle, an American philosopher-Places:*Trundle, New South Wales, a town in Australia*Trundle , a hill fort in West Sussex, England-Miscellaneous:

Trundle (hill fort)
Trundle is an Iron Age hill fort on Saint Roche's Hill about north of Chichester, Sussex, England. Trundle is one of just four hill forts built in Sussex. The fort was built around a Neolithic causewayed enclosure, of which very little can be seen on the ground.- History :St

Trundle bed
Trundle beds are usually considered a pair of beds, one a twin bed, and the other slightly smaller on rollers or casters so that it may be put beneath the upper twin bed for storage

Trunk may refer to:In biology:*Trunk, an elephant's proboscis or nose*Trunk, torso*Trunk , a tree's central superstructureIn containers:*Trunk , a large storage compartment*Trunk

Trunks may refer to:In male clothing:*Trunks , short swimsuitsIn popular culture:*Trunks , a character in Dragon Ball media*Trunks , by The Brothers CreegganPeople:

Trust may refer to:* Trust , reliance on another person or entity-Business and legal:* Trust law, an arrangement in which property is managed by one person or entity for the benefit of another

Trust (2007 band)
Trust is a musical group that hails from the Belgian city of Ypres and consists of lead singer Eva Storme, keyboard players Mirek Coutigny and Matthieu Renier and drummer Laurens Platteeuw

Trust (Brother Beyond album)
Trust is the second album of the British boy band / pop group Brother Beyond, released in 1989, by EMI / Parlophone . It was their last album, since they disbanded, shortly after the release of one more single, a non-album track, called "The Girl I Used to Know", a minor hit in the USA, in 1991

Trust (Brother Beyond song)
"Trust" is a 1990 single by British boy band / pop group Brother Beyond, taken from their second album, also entitled Trust, released in 1989. It made the Top 60 on the UK Singles Chart, peaking at Number 53, in March 1990

Trust (Pharcyde song)
"Trust" was the first single released from hip hop group The Pharcyde's third album Plain Rap. It peaked at #15 on Hot Rap Tracks.

Trust (TV series)
Trust was a UK television program produced written and created by Simon Block for the BBC by Box TV Productions. It starred Robson Green and a cast of other British actors including Sarah Parish, Neil Stuke, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Eva Birthistle and Ian McShane

Trust deed
Deed of trust may refer to:* Trust deed * Trust instrument, a legal instrument in common law systems* Trust Deed , used in Scottish law* Deed of Trust , music album

Trust deed (real estate)
In real estate in the United States, a trust deed or deed of trust is a deed wherein legal title in real property is transferred to a trustee, which holds it as security for a loan between a borrower and lender

Trusteeship may refer to*Trust law *Trusteeship *United Nations Trusteeship

Trusty was a punk band that formed in Little Rock, Arkansas in 1989. The band moved from Little rock to Washington, D.C. in 1992. They disbanded in early 1998.-The Little Rock Years:

Truth has a variety of meanings, such as the state of being in accord with fact or reality. It can also mean having fidelity to an original or to a standard or ideal. In a common usage, it also means constancy or sincerity in action or character

Truth (2000 version)
Truth is the official full-length version of the demo album of the same name released by Christian rock singer, and Stryper frontman, Michael Sweet, two years before . This version was released by Restless Records in 2000.

Truth (demo version)
Truth is a demo album released by Christian rock singer, and Stryper frontman, Michael Sweet. The album was independently produced by Sweet and released in 1998 under his own label.

Truth (religious)
-The Four Noble Truths:The Four Noble Truths are the most fundamental Buddhist teachings and appear countless times throughout the most ancient Buddhist texts, the Pali Canon

Truth (Robben Ford album)
Truth is a 2007 album by blues artist Robben Ford, notable for a well-received cover of Paul Simon's 1971 composition "One Man's Ceiling is Another Man's Floor." "Riley B. King" is a homage to B.B

Truth (Seether song)
Truth" is a song by post grunge/alternative metal band Seether. It is the third track and second single from their album Karma and Effect.The music video was directed by Dean Karr, who had also directed the video for their previous single Remedy, and features singer Shaun Morgan dressed as a ring announcer, in a boxing ring, for a total of three boxing matches: Santa Claus and the New

Truth (Sydney newspaper)
The Truth was a newspaper published in Sydney, Australia. It was founded in August 1890 by William Nicholas Willis and its first editor was Adolphus Taylor. In 1891 it claimed to be "The organ of radical democracy and Australian National Independence" and advocated "a republican Commonwealth created by the will of the whole people, but from its early days it was mainly a scandal sheet

Truth (Talisman album)
Truth was the fifth studio album by Swedish hard rock band Talisman released on 27 December 1998 by Point Music.Marcel Jacob and Jeff Scott Soto wrote most of the material during ten days in Soto's new house in Los Angeles, after which the rest of the band joined up for a couple of weeks of rehearsals and recording of backing tracks

Truth (Yuna Ito song)
"Truth" is Yuna Ito's 6th single and last of 2006. This is her second single to be a part of the Nana franchise, the first being "Endless Story".-Overview:

A try is the major way of scoring points in rugby league and rugby union football. A try is scored by grounding the ball in the opposition's in-goal area

Trygve is a given name for males used throughout Scandinavia, but is perhaps most common in Norway. Trygve is derived from the Old Norse tryggr, meaning "true, trustworthy",

Tryout (theatre)
Tryout is staging a legitimate theatre performance at an off-site venue for evaluation and possible revision before going to Broadway or the West End

Trypsin is a serine protease found in the digestive system of many vertebrates, where it hydrolyses proteins. Trypsin is produced in the pancreas as the inactive proenzyme trypsinogen. Trypsin cleaves peptide chains mainly at the carboxyl side of the amino acids lysine or arginine, except when either is followed by proline. It is used for numerous biotechnological processes