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Tufted Antshrike
The Tufted Antshrike is a species of bird in the Thamnophilidae family. It is found in Argentina, Brazil, and Paraguay.

TUG may refer to:* TUBITAK National Observatory* Graz University of Technology in Graz, Austria* TeX Users Group* The Ultimate Group, an entertainment production company

Tug of War (Upstairs, Downstairs)
Tug of War is the fifth episode of the fourth series of the television period drama Upstairs, Downstairs. It first aired on 12 October 1974 on ITV.-Background:

TUGboat is a journal published three times per year by the TeX Users Group. It covers a wide range of topics in digital typography relevant to the TeX typesetting system. The editor is Barbara Beeton.-External links:**

Tugger may refer generally to something that tugs.It may also refer to:* A tugboat* A restoration device, for restoring foreskin after circumcision* The Protei-5 Russian diver propulsion vehicleFor characters named Tugger, see:

Tuition payments, known primarily as tuition in American English and as tuition fees in British English, Canadian English, Australian English, New Zealand English and Indian English, refers to a fee charged for educational instruction during higher education.Tuition payments are charged by educational institutions in some countries to assist with funding of staff and

Tularemia is a serious infectious disease caused by the bacterium Francisella tularensis. A Gram-negative, nonmotile coccobacillus, the bacterium has several subspecies with varying degrees of virulence. The most important of those is F

Tuli may refer to:modern places * Tuli, Afghanistan, a village in Afghanistan* Tuli, Azerbaijan, two villages in Azerbaijan* Tuli , a village in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Tulip (software)
Tulip is an information visualization framework dedicated to the analysis and visualization of relational data. Tulip aims to provide the developer with a complete library, supporting the design of interactive information visualization applications for relational data that can be tailored to the problems he or she is addressing.Written in C++ the framework enables the development of

Tulips (poem)
"Tulips" is a poem by American poet Sylvia Plath. The poem was written in 1961 and included in the collection Ariel published in 1965.-Style and Structure:

Tulips (song)
"Tulips" is a cd single by British band Bloc Party. The song was released as a single in the United States on CD and 7" vinyl.The video included with the song features a few clips of Bloc Party live shows.-Track listing:CD single DM076# "Tulips"

Tulla is a town in County Clare, Ireland. The town is the commercial centre for Tulla parish and the surrounding area. Tulla church was founded about 620 by Mochuille and the town received its town charter in the 13th century

Tulle is a commune and capital of the Corrèze department in the Limousin region in central France. It is also the episcopal see of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Tulle

Tulsa (disambiguation)
Tulsa is a city in Oklahoma, United States.Tulsa may also refer to:*Tulsa , starring Susan Hayward and Robert Preston*USS Tulsa, the name of two U.S. Navy ships, a gunboat and a never-built cruiser

- Geography :* Tum, Ethiopia, a town in the woreda of Dizi* Tum, Łódź Voivodeship, a village in central Poland, famous for the Romanesque collegiate church* Tum, Si Rattana, a tambon in Si Rattana District, Sisaket Province, Thailand

- Geography :* Tum, Ethiopia, a town in the woreda of Dizi* Tum, Łódź Voivodeship, a village in central Poland, famous for the Romanesque collegiate church* Tum, Si Rattana, a tambon in Si Rattana District, Sisaket Province, Thailand

Tumba (drum)
The tumba is a kind of long, thin drum, whose pitch depends on the part of the head being hit. Tumbas appear in Leroy Anderson's Jazz Pizzicato and Fiddle-Faddle , as well as the music of various Latin American dance bands and in Hans Werner Henze's opera The English Cat.

Tumba (Skopje)
Tumba is a Neolithic settlement located in the north-eastern part of Skopje, Macedonia and it is the most significant Neolithic settlement in Skopje valley

Tumbledown (band)
Mike Herrera's Tumbledown is an alternative country band from Bremerton, Washington consisting of MxPx guitarist/vocalist Mike Herrera and Rocky Point All Stars

Tumbler may refer to:* A part of a lock whose position must be changed by a key in order to release the bolt

Tumbler (comics)
Tumbler is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe. He first appeared in Tales of Suspense #83 and was created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby.-Fictional character biography:

Tumbler (pigeon)
Tumbler pigeons are varieties of domesticated pigeons descendant from the Rock Dove that have been selected for their ability to tumble or roll over backwards in flight.

A tumbleweed is the above-ground part of a plant that, once mature and dry, disengages from the root and tumbles away in the wind. Usually, the tumbleweed is the entire plant apart from the roots, but in a few species it is a flower cluster. The tumbleweed habit is most common in steppe and desert climates

Tumbleweed (disambiguation)
Tumbleweed is a kind of plant habit or structureTumbleweed, tumble-weed, tumble weed, and similar may also refer to:-Plants with "tumbleweed" in a common name:* Amaranthus albus* Amaranthus graecizans

Tumbling (gymnastics)
In gymnastics, tumbling, also known as power tumbling is an acrobatic sporting discipline which combines some of the skills of artistic gymnastics on the floor with those of trampolining. It is practised on a 25 metre long spring track

A tumor or tumour is commonly used as a synonym for a neoplasm that appears enlarged in size. Tumor is not synonymous with cancer

Tumor necrosis factor
Tumor necrosis factor can refer to:* Tumor necrosis factors, a class of cytokines** Tumor necrosis factor-alpha, the most frequently-mentioned member of this class, and what is referred to when the phrase "Tumor necrosis factor" is used without qualification

TUMS is an antacid made of sucrose and calcium carbonate manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline in St.Louis, Missouri, USA. It is a non-prescription drug and available at many retail stores, including drug stores, grocery stores and mass merchandisers. It provides relief from acid indigestion, heartburn, and indigestion and is considered a calcium supplement

Tums (disambiguation)
Tums is brand of antacid.Tums may also refer to:* Tehran University of Medical Sciences , located in Tehran, Iran* Tabriz University of Medical Sciences , located in Tabriz, Iran

Tumult Records is an independent record label in San Francisco run by Andee Connors . It has released music by Acid Mothers Temple, Avarus, Brainbombs, Circle, Eikenskaden, Guapo, Harvey Milk,

Tumult can refer to:* violent and noisy commotion or disturbance of a crowd.* a general outbreak or disorder, riot.* mental or emotional disturbance.Other:*Tumult Records, an independent record label based in San Francisco.

Tumult (album)
Tumult is the third album by Dutch punk rock band The Ex, originally released in 1983.-Track listing:#"Bouquet of Barbed Wire" - 6:58#"Fear" - 2:17#"Hunt the Hunters" - 3:34#"Survival of the Fattest" - 5:18#"Red Muzak" - 2:44#"Happy Thoughts" - 5:33

Tumulus (band)
Tumulus is progressive folk metal band from Yaroslavl, Russia. They were formed from the ashes of cult doom metal/viking metal band Scald, after the death of Scald's frontman Agyl

- Science and technology :* TUN/TAP, a computer network device driver* TUN , a Danish product standard for building materials* Tun , a part of the Mayan long count calendar system* A unit of time in the Mayan Long Count calendar

Tuna (music)
A University Tuna is a musical group in Spain, Portugal, The Netherlands, Central America or South America, made up of university students. It is also known as a Tuna or Tunas if it is in plural

Tunde is a unisex name, originally a name for a native of Nigeria which also means "returns". It is also used as a slang term in some regions for black people.

The word tundish originates from a shallow wooden dish with an outlet channel, fitting into the bunghole of a tun or cask and forming a kind of funnel for filling it. These were originally used in brewing.- Plumbing :

In physical geography, tundra is a biome where the tree growth is hindered by low temperatures and short growing seasons. The term tundra comes through Russian тундра from the Kildin Sami word tūndâr "uplands," "treeless mountain tract." There are three types of tundra: Arctic tundra, alpine tundra, and Antarctic tundra

Tundra (comics)
Tundra, in comics, may refer to:* Tundra , an Alaska comic strip that started in 1991* Tundra , a DC Comics character and member of the Global Guardians* Tundra , a Marvel Comics character-See also:

Tundra (Marvel Comics)
Tundra is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe.Tundra is a mystical spirit which inhabits an ever-growing mass of Canadian land in gargantuan semi-humanoid form, and is the enemy of the Inuit gods whom he trapped in another dimension.

Tune may refer to:* A melody* A tune-family* A tune , a short piece of instrumental music, usually with repeating sections, and often played a number of times* British slang term, often said when referring to a piece of music that is enjoyed

Tune (folk music)
In folk music, a tune is a short instrumental piece, a melody, often with repeating sections, and usually played a number of times. The most common form for tunes in folk music is AABB, also known as binary form.

Tune In (Turn On The Acid House)
Tune In is a single by Psychic TV. The title references Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out, a phrase by Timothy Leary.The album was initially pressed to DC Records however after copyright issues of using Superman on the artwork it was repressed by Temple Records with alternate songs.-Original DC pressing:Side A#"Tune In To All The

Tune up
A tune-up is regular maintenance performed on an automobile, or more generally, any internal combustion engine

Tuner may refer to someone or something which adjusts or configures a mechanical, electronic, or musical device.- Electronic :* Antenna tuner, a device to adjust the resonance frequency of an antenna or transmission line

Tunes may refer to:* Music* Tunes , a brand of boiled sweet* iTunes music software* TUNES , an operating system concept* Looney Tunes, a cartoon* Tunes , an album by Spiers and Boden

TUNES (operating system)
TUNES is project to create an Operating System which is strongly influenced by object oriented programming, high level languages. Currently, it is in its planning stage . The name, TUNES, is a recursive acronym which stands for "TUNES is a Useful, Not Expedient, System."

Tung can refer to:* Tung tree, a deciduous tree native to China.** Tung oil, a furniture finish made from the seeds of the tung tree.* Tung, a Cantonese Romanization of Chinese family names 董, commonly use in Hong Kong.

Tunga may refer to:* Tunga River, a river in India* Tunga, Leyte, a municipality in the Philippines* Tunga, Trondheim, a location in Trondheim, Norway* Tunga , a Unicode typeface included in Windows XP that displays Kannada script

In chemistry a tungstate is a compound that contains an oxoanion of tungsten or is a mixed oxide containing tungsten. The simplest tungstate ion is WO42−, "orthotungstate"

Tungstic acid
Tungstic acid refers to hydrated forms of tungsten trioxide, WO3.The simplest form, the monohydrate, is WO3.H2O, the dihydrate WO3.2H2O is also known. The solid state structure of WO3.H2O consists of layers of octahedrally coordinated WO5 units where 4 vertices are shared. the dihydrate has the same layer structure with the extra H2O molecule intercalated between the layers

A tunic is any of several types of clothing for the body, of various lengths reaching from the shoulders to somewhere between the hips and the ankles

Tuning can refer to:* Musical tuning, musical systems of tuning, and the act of tuning an instrument or voice** Guitar tunings** Piano tuning, adjusting the pitch of pianos using a tuning fork or a frequency counter* Radio tuning

Tunis is the capital of both the Tunisian Republic and the Tunis Governorate. It is Tunisia's largest city, with a population of 728,453 as of 2004; the greater metropolitan area holds some 2,412,500 inhabitants.

TUNIS was a Unix-like operating system, developed at the University of Toronto in the early 1980s. TUNIS was a portable operating system compatible with Unix V7, but with a completely redesigned kernel, written in Concurrent Euclid

Tunis (sheep)
The Tunis is a medium sized sheep, that is naturally hornless, with cream-colored wool and a cinnamon-red face and legs. This breed is raised primarily for meat.-Characteristics:

Tunisian refer to anything of or relating to Tunisia. It may also refer to:*Tunisian Arabic*Tunisian people*Cuisine of Tunisia

Tunki is a village, in Sangrampur tehsil of Buldhana district, Maharashtra State, India.-Geography:It is located at foothill of Satpuda Range and located on MH State Highway 173 and MH State Highway 194-Description :

Tunnel (album)
Tunnel is Buckethead's third album under the name Death Cube K and the first to not feature Bill Laswell. Instead, it is one of the first collaborations of Buckethead and keyboardist Travis Dickerson

Tuo is a Chinese given name, and may refer to:* Deng Tuo , Chinese poet, intellectual and journalist* Hua Tuo , Chinese physician* Zhao Tuo , Han Chinese commanding general of the Qin Dynasty

Tuotu , , like Thunder by Xunlei, is a newly developed software that provides a peer-to-peer file sharing service and download accelerating services. It is gaining popularity in Mainland China and Malaysia and supports BitTorrent, ED2K, KAD, HTTP, FTP, MMS, RTSP file transfer procotols.-External links:****

Tup or TUP may mean:*Tup or ram, an uncastrated male sheep*Tupping, copulation in sheep, or the sheep mating season*Tup, short for tuppence, two pence*Tup, nickname for recording artist Tupac Shakur*Technological University of the Philippines