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Tuya (Jennifer Peña song)
"Tuya" is a Latin pop ballad written by Jennifer Peña and her now-husband, Obie Bermúdez, and produced by Peña and Sebastian Krys. Released in August 2007, it was the second single from Peña's album Dicen Que El Tiempo and became the bigger hit of the two singles released from the album

Tuyere
A tuyere, also can be spelled as tuyère, is a tube, nozzle or pipe through which air is blown into a furnace or hearth.Air or oxygen is injected into a hearth under pressure from bellows or a blast engine or other devices

TV dinner
A TV dinner is a prepackaged frozen or chilled meal that usually comes as an individual portion

TV3 (Czech Republic)
TV3 was an analogue terrestrial, cable and digital satellite television channel broadcasting in the Czech Republic. The station used to broadcast in some regions via analogue terrestrial television to 30% of the population in the Czech Republic, cable television and also via the Czechlink platform on the Eurobird 1 satellite

TV3 (Denmark)
TV3 Denmark is a Danish television station.TV3 is one of the channels owned by the Viasat Corporation. The sister channel is TV3+. The channels shows a lot of American and British shows, such as: Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, NCIS, Las Vegas, Bones, Two And A Half Men, Prison Break, American Idol and Dr

TV3 (Estonia)
TV3 is a commercial television channel targeted at an Estonian language audience owned by Viasat . It was founded in 1996 after two recent television stations, EVTV and RTV joined.

TV3 (Norway)
TV3 Norway is a commercial television channel targeting Norway owned by Viasat, which is a part of the Swedish media group Modern Times Group

TV3 (Sweden)
TV3 is a television channel targeted at a Swedish language audience owned by Viasat . It was founded on 31 December 1987 by entrepreneur Jan Stenbeck as joint Scandinavian channel, but Denmark and Norway soon got their own versions of TV3

TVA (Albania)
TVA is a defunct national frequency, privately owned television station based in Tirana, Albania. In 2009, it shut down due to bankruptcy and its UHF frequency was sold to TV Klan. It has been known in recent years for its instability and frequent change of staff and executive directors, which have caused a significant drop of its audience share in the market

TVB (disambiguation)
TVB may refer to:* In broadcasting** Television Broadcasts Limited** TV Belgrade, former name of Radio Television of Serbia* Others** Traffic Violations Bureau of New York State.** The Von Bondies, American rock band

TVR (disambiguation)
TVR is a British sports car company.TVR may also refer to:* T. V. Ramasubbaiyer, TVR Dinamalar Newspaper Founder.* TVR – Romanian Television , the public television network of Romania.

Twaddle
As a common noun, twaddle means "idle talk, nonsense".Twaddle is also a Scottish surname, and as such may refer to:* Kevin Twaddle , Scottish former professional footballer* Marc Twaddle , Scottish professional footballer

TWAIN
TWAIN is a standard software protocol and applications programming interface that regulates communication between software applications and imaging devices such as scanners and digital cameras.

Twain
Twain may refer to:*The word twain, an archaic term for the cardinal number two** in twain** twain cloud*Mark Twain, an American humorist writer*Shania Twain, Canadian musician*TWAIN, a standard used in image scanning*Twain, California

Twang
An old onomatopoeia for the sound of a vibrating string - for instance of a bow or a musical instrument, or the sound of a vibrating spring of an air gun.

Twang (band)
Twang were an indie band from Manchester/Preston, England, signed to Ron Johnson Records. Their first release was a flexi-disc, "What's The Rub" in 1985. Debut single proper, "Sharp" was released on the Stet label, and later released by Ron Johnson, reaching number 19 on the UK Indie Chart in 1986. This was followed by "Kick and Complain", which reached number 35

Twat
The word twat has various functions. It is a vulgar synonym for the human vulva, but is more widely used as a derogatory epithet, especially in British English

Twat (disambiguation)
Twat and similarly spelled words can mean:*Twat is a slang word for the female external sexual parts, and a derogatory term.*TWAT can mean:**Traveling wave amplifier tube**"The War Against Terror"

Tweed
Tweed may refer to:* Tweed , a woolen fabric* Tweed, Ontario, a municipality in Canada** Tweed, Ontario , the urban centre of the municipality* Tweed , a series of Fender amplifiers

Tweedy
Tweedy may refer to:As a name:*Alex Tweedy*Bob Tweedy*Cheryl Tweedy*George Tweedy*Jeff Tweedy, leader of American band, Wilco*John Tweedy*John Hubbard Tweedy*Samuel Tweedy*Tweedy Bird LocAnimal:*Tweedy's Crab-eating RatShips:*USS Tweedy

Tweet
Tweet may refer to:*Tweet, a post on Twitter*A type of bird vocalisation*Tweet , American R&B and soul singer-songwriter*Cessna T-37 Tweet, a trainer aircraft*Jonathan Tweet, a game designer

Tweeter (store)
Tweeter Opco, LLC formerly Tweeter Etc. and Tweeter Home Entertainment, was a specialty consumer electronics retailer providing mid and high end electronic equipment, including flat panel TVs, plasma TVs, car radios, home theater systems, GPSs and more

Tweezers
Tweezers are tools used for picking up and manipulating objects too small to be easily handled with the human hands. They are probably derived from tongs, pincers, or scissors-like pliers used to grab or hold hot objects since the dawn of recorded history

Twelfth
Twelfth can mean:*The Twelfth Amendment to the United States Constitution.*The Twelfth, a Protestant celebration originating in Ireland.In mathematics:

Twelve
Twelve may refer to:* 12 , the number* 12, the year* 12: The Elements of Great Managing, a bestselling business book by Rodd Wagner and James K

Twelve (Patti Smith album)
Twelve is an album by Patti Smith, released April 17, 2007 on Columbia Records. As the title suggests, the album contains twelve tracks, all of which are cover versions. It debuted on Billboard 200 at number 60, with 11,000 copies sold in its first week

Twentieth century (disambiguation)
Twentieth century may refer to:* The 20th century, the period between the years 1901 and 2000 of the Gregorian calendar* The 20th century BC* 20th Century Fox

Twentieth Century (typeface)
Twentieth Century is a geometric sans-serif foundry typeface designed by Sol Hess for Lanston Monotype as a competitor to the successful Futura typeface, but with a larger x-height and more even stroke width

Twenty (album)
Twenty is the ninth studio album by Lynyrd Skynyrd released in 1997. The title of the album refers to the fact that it had been twenty years since the plane crash which killed the original lead singer, the guitarist, and a backup singer.

Twenty (Robert Cray album)
Twenty is a blues album by Robert Cray. It was released on 24 May 2005, through Sanctuary Records.-Track listing:#"Poor Johnny" – 5:01#"That Ain't Love" – 4:43#"Does It Really Matter" – 3:54#"Fadin' Away" – 3:56

Twenty Five
Twenty Five may refer to:* Twenty Five , a 2003 episode in season four of The West Wing* Twenty Five , a greatest hits album by George Michael*Twenty-Five , a solitaire game* 25, a year* 25

Twenty Five (album)
Twenty Five is singer George Michael's 2006 greatest hits album, which celebrates the 25th anniversary of his music career. It was released on 13 November 2006 via Sony BMG

Twenty-eight (card game)
This is one of a group of Indian trick-taking card games in which the Jack and the Nine are the highest cards in every suit.-Players and cards:28 is usually played by four players in fixed partnerships, partners facing each other. 32 cards from a standard 52-card pack are used for play. There are eight cards in each of the usual "French" suits: hearts, diamonds, clubs and spades

Twenty-Six (novel)
Twenty-Six is the debut novel by author Leo McKay, Jr., released in 2003. The book was a national bestseller in Canada and won the 2004 Dartmouth Book Award for Fiction.-Plot summary:

Twenty-Two
"Twenty Two" is an episode of the American television series The Twilight Zone. The story was adapted by Rod Serling from a short anecdote in the 1944 Bennett Cerf Random House anthology, Famous Ghost Stories,which itself was an adaptation of "The Bus-Conductor," a short story by E. F

Twice
Twice may refer to:* Twice , a 2003 album by The Tyde* TWICE, trade magazine* Multiplied by two

TWICE
TWICE is a trade publication and web site owned by NewBay Media serving the information needs of retailers, distributors and manufacturing representatives in the consumer electronics and major appliance industries

Twiddle
Twiddle or Twiddling may refer to:*Twiddle factor, in Fast Fourier Transforms in mathematics*Thumb twiddling, action of the hands*Twiddly bits, English idiom*Tilde character , sometimes referred to as "twiddle" or "squiggle"

Twig
A twig is a small thin terminal branch of a woody plant. Twigs are critically important in identification of trees, shrubs and vines, especially in wintertime. The buds on the twig are an important diagnostic characteristic, as are the abscission scars where the leaves have fallen away

Twig (book)
Twig is a 1942 book by Elizabeth Orton Jones. It features Twig, a little girl who turns a tomato can into a house for fairies.

Twigs (play)
Twigs is a play by George Furth, with incidental music by Stephen Sondheim.It consists of four vignettes involving three sisters and their mother, each focusing on one of the women as she confronts various issues with the man in her life. Emily is a recent widow, relocating to a new apartment, who finds herself attracted to the owner of the moving company

Twilight
Twilight is the time between dawn and sunrise or between sunset and dusk, during which sunlight scattering in the upper atmosphere illuminates the lower atmosphere, and the surface of the earth is neither completely lit nor completely dark. The sun itself is not directly visible because it is below the horizon

Twilight (2008 film)
Twilight is a 2008 American romantic vampire film based on Stephenie Meyer's popular novel of the same name. Directed by Catherine Hardwicke, the film stars Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson. It is the first film in The Twilight Saga film series

Twilight (band)
Twilight is an American black metal band formed in 2005 and originally commissioned by the Swedish underground label Total Holocaust Records. Members of the band all go by pseudonyms: "Azentrius" , "Hildolf" , "Imperial" , "Malefic" and "Wrest" .Although Twilight has so

Twilight (comics)
Twilight, in comics, may refer to:* Twilight , a 1990 miniseries by Howard Chaykin and Jose Luis Garcia Lopez* Twilight , a character in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer comic book series

Twilight (Elgar)
"Twilight" is a song with music by the English composer Edward Elgar written in 1910 as his Op. 59, No. 6. Elgar set the words of the poem "The Twilight of Love", from Volume 2 of a series of poems called "Embers" by Sir Gilbert Parker.

Twilight (Erben der Schöpfung album)
-Prelude:"Twilight" turned out to be an Electro, Gothic metal album with classical female vocals. Lyricwise Erben Der Schöpfung concentrated on topics as death and ageing

Twilight (Future of Forestry album)
Twilight is Future of Forestry's debut album released on Credential Recordings. It was released on January 23, 2007.-Track listing:# "Open Wide" - 3:55# "All I Want" - 4:13# "Twilight" - 4:55# "Speak to Me Gently" - 4:09# "Thinking of You" - 4:27

Twilight (New Universe)
Twilight is a fictional paranormal in the Marvel Comics imprint New Universe. She first appears in D.P.7 #1.-Early life and the Clinic:

Twilight (short story)
"Twilight" is a science fiction short story by John W. Campbell originally published in 1934 in Astounding Stories. In 1970, it was selected as one the best science fiction short stories of all time by the Science Fiction Writers of America

Twilight (The Suicide File album)
Twilight is an album from Boston, Massachusetts hardcore punk band, The Suicide File. It was released in January, 2003 on Indecision Records.-Track listing:#"Twilight" – 1:31 #"Edge of Town" – 1:24

Twilight (Warriors)
Twilight is a children's fantasy novel in the Warriors novel series written by multiple authors under the pseudonym of Erin Hunter. It is the fifth book in the New Prophecy series. It was generally well-received by critics.-Plot summary:

Twill
Twill is a type of textile weave with a pattern of diagonal parallel ribs . This is done by passing the weft thread over one or more warp threads and then under two or more warp threads and so on, with a "step" or offset between rows to create the characteristic diagonal pattern. Because of this structure, twills generally drape well

Twin
A twin is one of two offspring produced in the same pregnancy. Twins can either be monozygotic , meaning that they develop from one zygote that splits and forms two embryos, or dizygotic because they develop from two separate eggs that are fertilized by two separate sperm.In contrast, a fetus which develops alone in the womb is

Twin (production team)
Twin is a Swedish record production and songwriting team, consisting of Niclas Molinder and Joacim Persson, who are working in the genres of pop, R&B and rock.- Charlotte Perrelli - Miss Jealousy :* 02. "Miss Jealousy"

Twine
Twine is a light string or strong thread composed of two or more smaller strands or yarns twisted together. More generally, the term can be applied to any thin cord.

Twining (surname)
Twining is a surname, and may refer to:*Dick Twining , English cricketer*Elizabeth Twining , English botanical illustrator*Ernest W. Twining , English modelmaker, artist, and engineer

TWINKLE
TWINKLE is a hypothetical integer factorization device described in 1999 by Adi Shamir and purported to be capable of factoring 512-bit integers. The name is an acronym of "The Weizmann Institute Key Locating Engine"

Twinkle
Twinkle may refer to one of the following.* Twinkle, the common name for Scintillation , the variation of brightness of distant objectsPeople:* Twinkle , a British pop singer in the 1960s

Twinkle (comic)
Twinkle, 'the picture paper especially for little girls' was a popular British comic, published by D. C. Thomson & Co. Ltd from 27 January 1968 to 1999

Twinning
Twinning may refer to:* In biology and agriculture, producing two offspring at a time, or having a tendency to do so;* Twin towns and sister cities, towns and cities involved in town twinning

Twins (1925 film)
Twins is a 1925 silent comedy film featuring Stan Laurel.-Cast:* Stan Laurel - Stan/his twin* Julie Leonard - Stan's girl* Alberta Vaughn - The wife

TWINS (Knock Out)
"Twins " is the debut single by Super Junior 05, which was released online as a digital single on November 8, 2005 and later as an official in the group's first studio album, SuperJunior05 on December 5, 2005.

TWIRL
In cryptography and number theory, TWIRL is a hypothetical hardware device designed to speed up the sieving step of the general number field sieve integer factorization algorithm. During the sieving step, the algorithm searches for numbers with a certain mathematical relationship

Twist
Twist may refer to:* Twist , a decorative piece of citrus zest* Twist , a comic by John Cook* Twist in screw theory in applied mathematics and physics* Twist , an American teen magazine

Twist
Twist may refer to:* Twist , a decorative piece of citrus zest* Twist , a comic by John Cook* Twist in screw theory in applied mathematics and physics* Twist , an American teen magazine