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TUP may refer to:*Tupelo Regional Airport in Tupelo, Mississippi*Technological University of the Philippines*Telephone User Part *The Urantia Papers

Tupaiidae is one of two families of treeshrews, the other family being Ptilocercidae. It contains 4 genera and 19 species.-Taxonomy:*Order: Scandentia** Family Tupaiidae*** Genus Anathana**** Madras Treeshrew, Anathana ellioti

The tupelo , black gum, or pepperidge tree, genus Nyssa , is a small genus of about 9 to 11 species of trees with alternate, simple leaves

Tupelo (disambiguation)
Tupelo is a genus of trees.Tupelo may also refer to:* Tupelo, Mississippi* Tupelo, Oklahoma* Tupelo * Tupelo honey, a monofloral varietal honey* Tupelo Honey, an album by Van Morrison

Tupelo (Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds song)
"Tupelo" is the second single by Australian post-punk band Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds and the only single from the band's second album The Firstborn Is Dead.-Background and production:

The Tupi people, Tupinambá, were one of the main ethnic groups of Brazilian indigenous people. Scholars believe they first settled in the Amazon rainforest, but 2,900 years ago they started to spread southward and gradually occupied the Atlantic coast.

Tupi can mean:* The Tupi people of Brazil.**Their Tupi language.*** The Língua Geral Paulista , tupi austral , a Tupi-derived lingua franca of southern coastal Brazil in the 17th and 18th centuries.

Tuppence may refer to:* Two pence in pre-decimal British coinage. Or, the specific coins:** Two pence ** Two pence

A – variously known as a knit hat or stocking cap among other names – is a knitted cap, originally of wool though now often of synthetic fibers, that is designed to provide warmth in winter

Tur (military vehicle)
Tur is a light armoured patrol car , designed by the Polish factory AMZ-Kutno in 2007. The Tur was designed for intervention and patrol tasks behind front lines, especially equipped for operations in danger areas and has 5 person transport capacity.The vehicle was developed especially for the Polish military contingents in Iraq and Afghanistan in

Tur (son of Fereydun)
Tur is a character in the Persian epic Shahnameh. He is the second son of the legendary Iranian king Fereydun and brother of both Salm and Iraj. His name, meaning "brave", was given to him by his father when the young prince bravely fights the dragon that had attacked him and his brothers. When Fereydun divides his empire among his sons, he gives Turkistan and China to his second son Tur

Tura (Lok Sabha constituency)
Tura Lok Sabha constituency is one of the two Lok Sabha constituencies in Meghalaya state in northeastern India.-Assembly segments:Presently, Tura Lok Sabha constituency comprises 24 Vidhan Sabha segments, which are:

In anatomy, a nasal concha is a long, narrow and curled bone shelf that protrudes into the breathing passage of the nose

A turbine is a rotary engine that extracts energy from a fluid flow and converts it into useful work.The simplest turbines have one moving part, a rotor assembly, which is a shaft or drum with blades attached. Moving fluid acts on the blades, or the blades react to the flow, so that they move and impart rotational energy to the rotor

Turbine (disambiguation)
A turbine is a rotary engine that extracts energy from a fluid flow.Turbine may also refer to:-In software:*Turbine, Inc., a software company*Apache Turbine, a rapid development web application framework-Ships:

Turbo (Gobots)
Turbo is a fictional character in the Gobots toyline, and the subsequent Challenge of the Gobots cartoon. The character transformed into a concept car. Turbo was among the main trio of heroes of the cartoon series, and appeared in every episode along side Leader-1 and Scooter

Turbo (group)
Turbo was a popular South Korean duo in the mid to late 90's.-Early years:Turbo was formed in October 1994 to compete against the then popular dance group, Deux. Leader and former DJ Kim Jung Nam was responsible for the rap and choreography while Kim Jong Kook, former vocalist for a high school band, took care of the vocals

Turbo (mollusc)
Turbo is a genus of large sea snails with gills and an operculum, marine gastropod molluscs in the family Turbinidae, the turban snails.Turbo is the type genus of the family.

A turbodrill is a tool used mostly by petrochemical companies to dig wells for crude oil and natural gas reserves.-History of turbodrilling:*In 1924 the first US Patent was issued to a company called Scharpenberg for the first multi-staged turbodrill.

The turbot is a species of flatfish in the family Scophthalmidae. It is native to marine or brackish waters of the North Atlantic, Baltic Sea and the Mediterranean Sea.-Etymology:

Turbulence (disambiguation)
Turbulence is a phenomenon involving the irregular motion of air, studied in fluid dynamics.*Clear-air turbulence, a high-altitude aviation hazard*Wake turbulence, forms behind an aircraft as it passes through the air

Turbulence (Hersheypark)
Turbulence was to be the new attraction for 2005 at Hersheypark in Hershey, Pennsylvania, and it would have been the first installation of a unique vertical roller coaster in the world, and the park's 11th roller coaster

Turbulence (novel)
Turbulence is a children's novel by Jan Mark, published in 2005. It was shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal.-Plot summary:Turbulence relates the story of Clay, a sixteen year old girl on the verge of taking her GCSEs

Turbulence (Steve Howe album)
Turbulence is the third album released by Steve Howe. Since 1979, Steve hadn't recorded a solo album, but from this one onward, he'd record them almost annually

Turco can be* used in reference to the country of Turkey or the TurksIt can also refer to the following:-People:* Cesare Turco , Italian Renaissance painter* Enzo Turco , Italian film actor

Turco (family)
The Turco, Turchi, Turci or sometimes Turco dei De Castello family's rise to prominence originated in 12th century Asti, Italy, and later the surrounding comunes of Frinco, Mombercelli, Montemagno, Tonco, Viale, and in part Barbaresco, Neive, Revigliasco d'Asti and Savigliano

Turco (municipio)
Turco Municipality is the second municipal section of the Sajama Province in the Oruro Department in Bolivia. It was created on February 15, 1957. Its seat is Turco, situated 154 km west of Oruro at an altitude of 3,860 m. The municipality covers an area of 3,973 km², not taking into account the area of Asunción Laca Laca Canton

A tureen is a serving dish for foods such as soups or stews, often shaped as a broad, deep, oval vessel with fixed handles and a low domed cover with a knob or handle. Over the centuries, tureens have appeared in many different forms, some round, rectangular, or made into fanciful shapes such as animals or wildfowl

Turf may refer to:* Lawn, an area of grass maintained for decorative or recreational use* Golf course turf and other manicured sporting greens

Turf war
According to Wordnet the definition of a turf war is "a bitter struggle for territory or power or control or rights". For example: a turf war erupted between street gangs; the president's resignation was the result of a turf war with the board of directors. In larger companies Turf wars could break out due to improper management further up the corporate hierarchy

Turi is a nickname for the given name, Salvatore.Turi or TURI may also refer to:-Places:Ecuador*Turi, Ecuador, a town and parishEstonia* Türi, a town* Türi Parish, a rural municipality in Järva CountyIndonesia

Turi (Maori ancestor)
Turi, according to Māori tradition, was the captain of the Aotea canoe and an important ancestor for many Māori iwi, particularly in the Taranaki region.-Arrival in New Zealand:

Turin is a city and major business and cultural centre in northern Italy, capital of the Piedmont region, located mainly on the left bank of the Po River and surrounded by the Alpine arch. The population of the city proper is 909,193 while the population of the urban area is estimated by Eurostat to be 1.7 million inhabitants

Turing machine
A Turing machine is a theoretical device that manipulates symbols on a strip of tape according to a table of rules. Despite its simplicity, a Turing machine can be adapted to simulate the logic of any computer algorithm, and is particularly useful in explaining the functions of a CPU inside a computer.The "Turing" machine was described by Alan Turing in 1936,who called it an

Turing Machine (band)
Turing Machine is an instrumental rock band formed in New York City in 1998 by Justin Chearno and Scott DeSimon, late of DC's noise-rockers Pitchblende and Gerhardt 'Jerry' Fuchs, who had moved to New York to play with Bitch Magnet guitarist Jon Fine's new band, Vineland

- Places :* Something relating to or from Turkey, a modern-day nation* Something relating to or from Turkestan, a region of Central Asia inhabited by Turkic peoples

Turkey frills
Turkey frills or cutlet frills are paper frills or "booties" that are placed on the end of turkey or other poultry drumsticks or bones of other cutlets. They are available at supermarkets or through stores. The size varies to fit different types of bird.

Turkic may refer to:* Turkic languages** Turkic alphabets ** Turkish language* Turkic peoples** Turkic migration** Turkic nationalism * Turkic Federalist Party-See also:* Turk * Turkish

Turkish may refer to:* Something of, from, or related to Turkey* Turkish people or Turks from Turkey or of Turkish ancestry * The Turkish language** Old Anatolian Turkish** Ottoman Turkish

Turkmen or Turkoman or Turkman may refer to:* Of or relating to Turkmenistan, a country in Central Asia, specifically:** Turkmen SSR, that country as a constituent republic of the former Soviet Union

Turkmenistan , formerly also known as Turkmenia is one of the Turkic states in Central Asia. Until 1991, it was a constituent republic of the Soviet Union, the Turkmen Soviet Socialist Republic . Turkmenistan is one of the six independent Turkic states

Turmeric (album)
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Turmoil means chaos or disorder. It also has the following uses:*Turmoil , a 1984 video game released by Bug Byte*The Triplane Turmoil series, a 1996 video game by Finnish Dodekaedron Software and its sequel

Turmoil (1984 video game)
Turmoil is a computer game released in for the ZX Spectrum, and in for the MSX by Bug Byte.The player takes control of Mechanic Mick who has been employed by a rich Arabian Sheikh. the Sheikh has refused to pay Mick for work done, so Mick decides to steal his collection of expensive cars in lieu of payment. He must build the cars by collecting oil from a dripping oil tank

Turmoil (comics)
Turmoil is a supervillain from Apokolips who appeared in Superman #643, also known as an Apocalyptic Machine. He was sent to Metropolis by Darkseid in order to destroy the city during the crisis of which Superman went to WarWorld after losing his memory. Superman countered and defeated turmoil who was sub sequentially destroyed in the same issue.

Turn may refer to:In music:* Turn , a sequence of several notes next to each other in the scale* Turn , an Irish rock group* Turn LP, a 2005 rock album by Turn* Turn , a 2004 punk album by The Ex

Turn (knot)
A turn is one round of rope on a pin or cleat, or one round of a coil. Turns can be made around various objects, through rings, or around the standing part of the rope itself or another rope. A turn also denotes a component of a knot.

Turn (The Ex album)
Turn is a double album by Dutch anarchist post-punk band The Ex. After 20 years of working with Luc, their former bass guitarist, Turn is the only Ex album to feature double bass player Rosemarie giving the band a sound akin their prior work with cellist Tom Cora

Turn Back
Turn Back is an EP released by The Pillows on June 23, 2004. It contains re-recordings of song originally published between 1990 and 1996 and was part of the band's 15th anniversary releases. The cover art is based on the folktale by the Brothers Grimm Town Musicians of Bremen-Track listing:#"Liberty"#"Tiny Boat"#"Back to Then" #"You and Me and Mr

Turn Back
Turn Back may refer to:* Turn Back ** "Turn Back" , the title song* Turn Back

Turn Into
"Turn Into" is the second single that was released from Show Your Bones, the second LP by the Yeah Yeah Yeahs.-Track listing:#"Turn Into"#"Turn Into" #"Maps" -Charts:-External links:***

Turn of the Century
For the roller coasters formerly known as Turn of the Century, see The Demon and The Demon Turn of the Century is a bestselling novel by Kurt Andersen published in 1999.

Turn On
Turn On may refer to:* Turn-on, another word for sexual arousal* Turn-On, a 1969 American sketch comedy TV series* The Turn-Ons, an American rock band* Turn On, an English rock band formed by Tim Gane of Stereolab- See also :

Turn Tail
"Turn Tail" is a song by English indie rock band Young Knives and is featured on their second studio album, Superabundance. The third single taken from the album, it was released on 19 May 2008 and reached a peak position of #148 in the UK Singles Chart.

Turn the Page
Turn the Page may refer to:In music:* Turn the Page , by Waylon Jennings* "Turn the Page" , also covered by Metallica* "Turn the Page"

Turn the Page (Californication episode)
"Turn the Page" is the eleventh episode of the Showtime original series Californication. It was written by Gina Fattore and Eric Weinberg, directed by David Von Ancken and originally aired on Monday October 22, 2007.- Plot :

Turn-On is an American sketch comedy series that aired on ABC in February 1969. Only one episode was shown and the show is considered one of the most infamous flops in TV history.

Turnabout (film)
Turnabout is a 1940 comedy film directed by Hal Roach and starring Adolphe Menjou, Carole Landis and John Hubbard. Based on the 1931 novel of the same name by Thorne Smith, the screenplay was written by Mickell Novack, Bernie Giler and John McClain with additional dialogue by Rian James.-Plot:Tim and Sally Willows are a spoiled well-off couple who

Turnabout (game show)
Turnabout was a BBC Television daytime quiz programme that aired on BBC1 from 26 March 1990 until 7 October 1996. The programme was hosted by Rob Curling.-Sphere Game:

Turnaround may refer to:* Turnaround , a type of traffic junction* Turnaround, in aviation maintenance, the process of or time needed for loading, unloading, and servicing an aircraft

Turnaround (refining)
Turnarounds are scheduled events wherein an entire process unit of an industrial plant is taken offstream for an extended period for revamp and/or renewal

A turnbuckle, stretching screw or bottlescrew is a device for adjusting the tension or length of ropes, cables, tie rods, and other tensioning systems. It normally consists of two threaded eyelets, one screwed into each end of a small metal frame, one with a left-hand thread and the other with a right-hand thread

Turner is a common surname of English 12th Century origin, meaning "one who works with a lathe". Turner is the 28th-most common surname in the United Kingdom.-List of people with surname Turner: