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Turner (constructor)
Turner was an American racing car constructor. Turner cars competed in one FIA World Championship race - the 1953 Indianapolis 500.-World Championship Indianapolis 500 results:

Turners are members of German-American gymnastic clubs. A German gymnastic movement was started by Turnvater Friedrich Ludwig Jahn in the early 19th century when Germany was occupied by Napoleon

Turning Point
Turning point may refer to:* A a point at which the derivative changes sign. See stationary point, in mathematics* A climax , in narrative structure* A discrimen, one of the two marked points on a cursus or classical-period race-track

Turning Point (2004)
Turning Point was a professional wrestling pay-per-view event produced by Total Nonstop Action Wrestling , which took place on December 5, 2004 at the TNA Impact! Zone in Orlando, Florida. It was the first event under the Turning Point chronology

Turning Point (2008)
Turning Point was a professional wrestling pay-per-view event produced by the Total Nonstop Action Wrestling promotion, which took place on November 9, 2008 at the TNA Impact! Zone in Orlando, Florida. It was the fourth event under the Turning Point chronology and first event under the name to take place in November

Turning Point (charity)
Turning Point is a social care organisation and registered charity in the United Kingdom. It provides services for people with complex needs, including those affected by drug and alcohol misuse, mental health problems and those with a learning disability. Turning Point runs projects in 244 locations across England and Wales and last year had contact with 130,000 people

Turning Point (Tyrone Davis song)
"Turning Point" is a hit song by R&B singer Tyrone Davis. Released from the 1976 album of the same title, it spent a week at number one on the R&B singles chart in February of that year, however did not chart on the Hot 100 and holds the distinction of being the first number one soul single to fail to make the Hot 100 since 1955.

A turn-key or a turn-key project is a type of project that is constructed by a developer and sold or turned over to a buyer in a ready-to-use condition.-Common usage:

Turnout may refer to:* Turnout , a rotation of the leg which comes from the hips, causing the knee and foot to turn outward, away from the center of the body* Turnout , a British film

Turnout (ballet)
In ballet, turnout is a rotation of the leg which comes from the hips, causing the knee and foot to turn outward, away from the center of the body. This rotation allows for greater extension of the leg, especially when raising it to the side and rear

-Business:*Turnover is sometimes a synonym for revenue , especially in European and South African usage.Services sold by a company during a particular period of time.

Turnsole or folium was a dyestuff prepared from the annual plant Crozophora tinctoria .-History:

A turnstile, also called a baffle gate, is a form of gate which allows one person to pass at a time. It can also be made so as to enforce one-way traffic of people, and in addition, it can restrict passage only to people who insert a coin, a ticket, a pass, or similar

Turnstile (disambiguation)
A turnstile is a pedestrian gate.Turnstile may also refer to:*Turnstile , symbol used in mathematics, logic and computer science*Turnstiles, Billy Joel album*Turnstile antenna, set of two dipole antennas

Turnstile (symbol)
In mathematical logic and computer science the symbol \vdash has taken the name turnstile because of its resemblance to a typical turnstile if viewed from above. It is also referred to as tee and is often read as "yields", "proves", "satisfies" or "entails"

Turnstones are the bird species in the genus Arenaria in the family Scolopacidae. They are closely related to calidrid sandpipers and might be considered members of the tribe Calidriini.

A turntable is generally a rotating platform, and may refer to:-Music:* Turntable, a motor-driven platform that normally rotates a gramophone record at a constant rotational velocity as part of a phonograph.

Turntable (song)
"Turntable" is a pop-R&B ballad and tribute written by LaShawn Daniels, Rodney Jerkins, Fred Jerkins III, Tomi Martin, Daniel Moore, Tionne Watkins for TLC's fourth studio album 3D

Turpentine (disambiguation)
Turpentine may refer to:*Turpentine, or wood turpentine, the organic solvent derived from tree resin; it is a traditional solvent used by painters*Mineral turpentine, the cheaper, mineral oil based replacement for turpentine

Turpentine (EP)
Turpentine is the third and last EP by the Argentinian band Turpentine . It was released on October 2007 and is available online as well as commercially, just like their first and second EP

Turpitude, meaning baseness or depravity, can refer specifically to:*Moral turpitude, a legal concept in the United States*Gnostical turpitude, the crime of the protagonist in Vladimir Nabokov's Invitation to a Beheading

Turps may refer to several things, primarily paint solvents:* Turpentine, or wood turpentine, the organic solvent derived from tree resin; it is a traditional solvent used by painters

Turquoise (disambiguation)
Turquoise is a gemstone.Turquoise may also refer to:* Turquoise * New Mexico State Road 14, incorporating the Turquoise Trail* Turkish Riviera, aka Turquoise Coast* The Turquoise , a 1946 novel by Anya Seton* "Turquoise"

In architecture, a turret is a small tower that projects vertically from the wall of a building such as a medieval castle. Turrets were used to provide a projecting defensive position allowing covering fire to the adjacent wall in the days of military fortification

In architecture, a turret is a small tower that projects vertically from the wall of a building such as a medieval castle. Turrets were used to provide a projecting defensive position allowing covering fire to the adjacent wall in the days of military fortification

Turret (disambiguation)
A turret is a small tower that projects vertically from the wall of a building.Turret may also refer to:* Gun turret, a mechanism of a projectile-firing weapon* Missile turret, a device for aiming missiles towards their intended target before launch

Turtle (robot)
Turtles are a class of educational robots designed originally in the late 1940s and used in computer science and mechanical engineering training. These devices are traditionally built low to the ground with a roughly hemispheric shell and a power train capable of a very small turning radius

Turtledove may refer to:* Doves of the genus Streptopelia, in particular the European Turtle Dove * Harry Turtledove, a historian and author who writes historical fiction, science fiction, and fantasy novels

Turup is a game played widely in the North Eastern region of Africa with an emphasis in Somalia. Turup is played everywhere in Somalia from small towns to the largest cities. Turup is played by all ages and during all hours of the night by Somali people.

-Linguistic phenomena:* Tuscan dialect, the ancestor of the modern Italian language* Tuscan gorgia, a sound-Creative works:* Under the Tuscan Sun * Under the Tuscan Sun -Sports cars:

Tuscany is a region in Italy. It has an area of about 23,000 square kilometres and a population of about 3.75 million inhabitants. The regional capital is Florence .

Tuscany (disambiguation)
-The region of Italy:*Grand Duchy of Tuscany, the government from 1569 to 1859*History of Tuscany*Line of succession to the Tuscan throne*List of diplomats from the United Kingdom to the Grand Duchy of Tuscany*List of political parties in Tuscany

Tuscany (Renaissance album)
-Personnel:*Annie Haslam - lead & backing vocals*Michael Dunford - guitars*John Tout - keyboards*Terence Sullivan - drums, percussion*Roy Wood*Mickey Simmonds - keyboards

Tush may refer to:*subgroup of Georgians Tushs or Tushetians*A slang term for the buttocks*Any of the canine teeth of a horse*Tush, the Bats language of the Bats people, who live in Tusheti*Tush , a song by ZZ Top from their album Fandango!

Tush (song)
"Tush" was the only single from ZZ Top's fourth album Fandango!. It reached number 20 on the pop chart.The song is a twelve-bar blues in the key of G. The recording was produced by Bill Ham, and recorded and mixed by Terry Manning

Tusks are elongated, continuously growing front teeth, usually but not always in pairs, that protrude well beyond the mouth of certain mammal species. They are most commonly canines, as with warthogs, wild boar, and walruses, or, in the case of elephants and narwhals, elongated incisors

Tusk (film)
Tusk is a 1980 film directed by cult film-maker Alejandro Jodorowsky and written by Nicholas Niciphor about a young English girl and an Indian elephant who share a common destiny

Tusk (mascot)
Tusk is the name of the official live mascot for the University of Arkansas Razorbacks. It is one of three offspring of Tusk I which were born on either August 2, 2002 or August 12, 2002, to two separate female sows

TUSK (Tufts University Sciences Knowledgebase)
TUSK, Tufts University Sciences Knowledgebase, is an online management system which supports faculty and students in teaching and learning.

Tusker can mean:* an elephant bearing tusks* an adult male wild boar, particularly the American razorback population* Tusker , a Kenyan beer bottled by East African Breweries

Tussle is a four-piece band from San Francisco, USA, formed in 2001. The band released its first album, Kling Klang, in 2004 on Troubleman Unlimited records.- Discography :* Frisco Styles, compilation , 2003

Tussock most often refers to a small hillock of grassy, or grass-like plant growth, but may also refer to Plants and ecology, Insects.- Plants and ecology :*Tussock *New Zealand tussock grasslands*Serrated Tussock

Tussock (grass)
Tussock grasses or bunch grasses are found as native plants in natural ecosystems, as forage in pastures, and as ornamental grasses in gardens.

TUT can refer to:*Tramways & Urban Transit magazine*Time under tension*Altaic languages *The Unquestionable Truth, 2005 Limp Bizkit album*The Unbelievable Truth, 2000s BBC radio comedyUniversities

Tut may refer to:* Tutankhamun, ancient Egyptian pharaoh* Tut, Turkey, a district* Dental click, a sound used to express disapproval in English, often spelled as "tut" or "tsk"- See also :* King Tut * TUT

Tuta (moth)
Tuta is a genus of moth in the family Gelechiidae.The best-known species is probably the notorious pest of tomato crops Tuta absoluta.

Tute is an Italian trick-taking card game for two to four players. During the XIX century, the game spread in Spain, becoming one of the most popular card games in the country. The name of the game was later modified by Spanish speakers, that started calling the game Tute

A tutelary is a deity or spirit who is a guardian, patron or protector of a particular place, geographic feature, person, lineage, nation, culture or occupation. Both tutelary and tutelar can be used as either a noun or an adjective

A tutor is a person employed in the education of others, either individually or in groups. To tutor is to perform the functions of a tutor.-Teaching assistance:

A tutorial is one method of transferring knowledge and may be used as a part of a learning process. More interactive and specific than a book or a lecture; a tutorial seeks to teach by example and supply the information to complete a certain task.

Tutte matrix
In graph theory, the Tutte matrix A of a graph G =  is a matrix used to determine the existence of a perfect matching: that is, a set of edges which is incident with each vertex exactly once.

Tutti Frutti (1987 TV series)
Tutti Frutti is a BBC Scotland six part drama series, transmitted in 1987 and written by John Byrne. It starred Robbie Coltrane, Emma Thompson, Maurice Roëves, Richard Wilson and Katy Murphy

Tutti frutti (food)
Tutti frutti is a colourful confection containing various chopped and usually candied fruits, or an artificially created flavouring simulating the combined flavour of many different fruits

Tutti Frutti (rock band)
Tutti Frutti is a Croatian and former Yugoslav rock band formed in the mid-1980s. The band is most well known for its hit song Dalmacijo, about the region of Dalmatia which has become the anthem of the Croatian football club Hajduk Split and its supporters.

Tutu may refer to:* Ballet tutu, a type of costume for ballet performances* Tutu , poisonous New Zealand plants of the genus Coriaria* Tutu , a 1986 album by Miles Davis* Tūtū, a composition by Liliuokalani of Hawaii

Tutu (Egyptian official)
Tutu, the Egyptian official, was one of pharaoh's officials during the Amarna letters period: 1350-1335 BC. He is only found in the body of letters from Aziru, and his son, DU-Teššup. Four letters, EA 158, 164, 167, and 169, are addressed to the Pharaoh, by way of Tutu

Tutu (god)
Tutu is a Babylonian and Akkadian god. He is the tutelary god of the Borsippa, near Babylon, during the reign of Hammurabi, but is later superseded by Nabu.

Tuuli can stand for:*Tuuli class hovercraft*Tuuli was the name of a Finnish Tuima class missile boat*Tuuli was the name of a Finnish T-class motor torpedo boat*the Finnish Valmet Tuuli aircraft

Tuulihaukka is a historical novel by Finnish author Kaari Utrio.Tuulihaukkas can also mean Common Kestrels.Plot summary:

Tuvalu , formerly known as the Ellice Islands, is a Polynesian island nation located in the Pacific Ocean, midway between Hawaii and Australia. Its nearest neighbours are Kiribati, Nauru, Samoa and Fiji. It comprises four reef islands and five true atolls

Tuvalu (band)
Tuvalu is a Finnish band, founded in 2003 in Tampere-Helsinki-axis. They gained recognition with their debut EP Mitä muut ajattelevat sinusta? in 2004. The band was named after Veit Helmer's movie and the island nation with the same name.

Tuvalu (disambiguation)
Tuvalu is a Polynesian island nation.Tuvalu may also refer to:* Tuvalu * Tuvalu , a 1999 German film* Tuvalu , a Finnish indie rock band

Tux is a penguin character and the official mascot of the Linux kernel. Originally created as an entry to a Linux logo competition, Tux is the most commonly used icon for Linux, although different Linux distributions depict Tux in various styles. In video games featuring the character, female counterparts, named Penny and Gown, accompany him

Tuya (disambiguation)
Tuya may refer to:* Tuya, a distinctive, flat-topped, steep-sided volcano* Tuya Butte, a flat-topped volcano in northern British Columbia, Canada* Queen Tuya, an ancient Egyptian queen* Tjuyu, the wife of Yuya who is often referred to as Tuya.