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Twist (sweets)
Twist is a bite-sized confectionery produced by Freia/Kraft Foods, primarily for the Scandinavian market. Twist is sold in bags, and each bag contains a variety of pieces, mostly consisting of chocolates with some sort of filling in the center. New pieces are added and old ones discontinued frequently

Twist of Fate
Twist of Fate may refer to:* a twist of fate, an unpredicted or random occurrence with far-reaching consequences; see Irony* "Twist of Fate" , a 2003 song recorded by Siobhán Donaghy

Twist of Fate (Olivia Newton-John song)
"Twist of Fate" is an early-1984 hit from Olivia Newton-John that headed the soundtrack for the film, Two of a Kind, starring Newton-John and John Travolta. It was written by Peter Beckett & Stephen Kipner and produced by David Foster for the film. It reached number four in Australia and Canada, while peaking at number five on the U.S

Twist of Fate (song)
"Twist of Fate" was the second and final single taken from Siobhán Donaghy's debut album Revolution in Me. The song failed to reach the heights of previous single "Overrated", which made the UK top forty, peaking at #52

- Music :Industry:* Twisted Records , a UK-based record label specializing in psychedelic trance* Twisted Records , an American electronic music record labelWorks:* Twisted

Twisted (1996 film)
The film Twisted was written and directed by Seth Michael Donsky and released in 1997. It is a retelling of Charles Dickens' classic novel Oliver Twist set in a New York City contemporary underground populated by drag queens, drug abuse and prostitution. The film debuted at the 1997 Berlin International Film Festival

Twisted (book)
Twisted is a 2003 collection of short stories by crime writer Jeffery Deaver. The book was published by Simon & Schuster in 2003 and features 16 short stories, including one featuring Deaver's fictional detective Lincoln Rhyme.

Twisted (Brian McFadden song)
"Twisted" is the second single released by Irish singer Brian McFadden from his second studio album, Set in Stone. The song was released to radio in June 2008, and was released both physically and digitally on 19 July. "Twisted" debuted on the ARIA Singles Chart at #69, solely on downloads. On the week of the release of the physical single, it climed and peaked at #29

Twisted (novel)
Twisted is a 2007 novel by Laurie Halse Anderson about a teenage boy named Tyler Miller. The plot revolves around Tyler's experiences in his community after committing a crime at his high school which earned him a negative reputation

-Entertainment:* Twister , a comedy film starring Suzy Amis and Crispin Glover* Twister , a disaster film starring Helen Hunt and Bill Paxton** Twister...Ride it Out, a ride in Universal Studios Florida based on the film

Twister (1989 film)
Twister is a 1989 comedy film starring Suzy Amis, Crispin Glover, Harry Dean Stanton, and Dylan McDermott.-Plot:Based on Mary Robison's 1981 novel Oh, the film relates the story of the eccentric Cleveland family during the event of a tornado's hitting their rural Kansas home

Twister (ice cream)
Twister is an ice cream lollipop on a stick, launched in 1982 and made by Unilever's Heart brand. It is vanilla ice cream and iced pear flavoured on the outside and strawberry on the inside and is shaped in a spiral.

Twister (limber pine)
Twister is the name given to an ancient Limber pine by Bryan Tikalsky, a graduate student from Brigham Young University and his graduate advisor, Matthew F. Bekker. Twister, located in Utah, near Alta, first sprouted some time before 309 AD, which makes this tree at least 1699 years old as of 2008. Because the wood at the center of the tree had rotted, it could not be analyzed

Twister (magic trick)
The twister is a famous stage magic trick. A girl is placed in an upright cabinet, with her head and feet visible. The magician spins the cabinet, then opens the front. The girl's body is now a narrow, twisted rope from which her fingers protrude. The magician closes the cabinet, rotates it in the opposite direction, and releases the assistant unharmed.-References:Dawes, A

Twister (yacht)
The Twister is a masthead rigged sloop, length 28 feet , beam 8 feet 1 inches , draft 5 feet . It has a full length keel and a full-depth transom-hung rudder which is tiller steered

Twit may refer to: A person of lesser intelligence, it is normally used in a humors way.*Idiot, a mentally deficient or self-defeating person*, a podcast network**This Week in Tech , a podcast on the previously-listed network

- Physiology :* Muscle contraction and relaxation** Convulsion, rapid and repeated muscle contraction and relaxation, resulting in uncontrolled shaking** Fasciculation, a small, local, involuntary muscle contraction

Twitch (Aldo Nova album)
Twitch is the third studio album by Canadian rock musician Aldo Nova, released in 1985.-Track listing:# "Tonight " 4:16# "Rumors of You" 4:55# "Surrender Your Heart" 4:26

Twitch (device)
A twitch is a device that is used to restrain horses for various stressful situations, such as veterinary treatment. It is usually made up of a stick-like handle loop of chain or rope on the end, or a metal ring with a rope loop which is wrapped around the upper lip of the horse and tightened

Twitch (film)
Twitch is a Student Academy Award nominated short film directed by Leah Meyerhoff.Twitch kicked off the film festival circuit by winning a Grand Jury Prize at Slamdance and going on to screen in over 200 film festivals worldwide

Twitter is an online social networking and microblogging service that enables its users to send and read text-based posts of up to 140 characters, informally known as "tweets".Twitter was created in March 2006 by Jack Dorsey and launched that July

Two (Bob James album)
-Reception:This album is the second of a series of jazz-funk classics . Released in 1975, this album charted at number two on the Jazz Album Charts

Two (Poverty)
Two is the second release from Indianapolis thrash band Demiricous. It was released through Metal Blade Records in 2007. Like their debut, the album contains 12 tracks and is slightly over 40 mins

Two (Soko album)
Two is the second album by Charlottesville, Virginia eclectic duo, Soko, released in 2005, almost ten years after their debut album, In November Sunlight, released in 1996. Soko was formerly a trio until drummer, John Gilmore, who appeared on the first album, left the band. Gilmore appears as a guest performer on this album

Two Bits
Two Bits is an American drama film. It was directed by James Foley, and stars Al Pacino, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio, and Jerry Barone. It was released on November 22, 1995.The title refers to the American slang term two bits for a quarter dollar.

Two Can Play That Game (song)
"Two Can Play that game" is a single released by R&B singer Bobby Brown on the MCA label.The song originally reached #38 in the UK charts upon its first release in 1994. It was remixed by K-Klass and re-released in 1995

Two Left Feet
"Two Left Feet" is the first single from the North London indie group The Holloways. It debuted at #33 in the UK charts. It has been included in The Holloways' debut album, So, this is Great Britain?

Two-faced may refer to:*"Two-Faced" , a song by Quasi from their 1997 album R&B Transmogrification*Diprosopus, an extremely rare congenital disorder whereby part or all of the face is duplicated on the head

Two-Minute Warning
Two-Minute Warning is a 1976 suspense and action film directed by Larry Peerce and starring Charlton Heston, John Cassavetes, Martin Balsam, Beau Bridges, Jack Klugman, Gena Rowlands, and David Janssen. It was based on the novel of the same name written by George La Fountaine, Sr

In comics, the term two-ply refers to pre-bordered boards of 11 inch by 17 inch, commonly used by a comic book penciller in the creating of the individual pages for comic books. They often have a marked off art area which is 10 inch by 15 inch, which is the actual size of original comic book art

Two-seam fastball
A two-seam fastball is a pitch in baseball and a variant of the straight fastball. The pitch has the speed of a fastball, but the general movement of a screwball

Two-way, two way, 2-way, or 2way may refer to:* Two-way communication occurs when information flows in both directions between two parties** Two-way radio

A twofer is a cabling device used in theatrical stage lighting. It allows two stage lighting instruments to be connected to one dimmer. It is wired in parallel, such that voltage is consistent throughout the circuit, and current is shared between the two instruments. Twofers can be used in conjunction with cables with the same types of connectors

TWP or Twp may refer to:*Township, a unit of local government*Thomas Weisel Partners, an investment bank

TX may refer to:codes* Air Caraibes IATA airline designator* Texas United States postal abbreviationother* T-X , the name of the gynoid antagonist played by Kristanna Loken in the movie Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines

TxT (movie)
TxT is a 2006 Filipino horror film directed by Michael Tuviera and starring Angel Locsin, Dennis Trillo, Oyo Boy Sotto, Julia Clarete, Dante Rivero and Eugene Domingo.-Reception:

Tycoon (1947 film)
Tycoon is a 1947 Technicolor romance film starring John Wayne based on the 1934 novel by C.E. Scoggins.-Plot:Johnny Munroe travels to South America to build a mountain railroad tunnel for Frederick Alexander , a wealthy industrialist

Tycoon (2002 film)
Tycoon : A New Russian is a 2002 Russian movie directed by Pavel Loungine .-Plot:During the Mikhail Gorbachev years, Platon Makovsky and four buddies of his are university students who jump on the private capitalism movement. Fast-forward 20 years, Platon finds himself the richest man in Russia

Tycoon (band)
Tycoon was an American rock band from New York City. The group released two records on Arista Records. "Such a Woman" charted one Top 40 hit single in 1979, "Such a Woman" Tycoon was an American rock band from New York City. The group released two records on Arista Records. "Such a Woman" charted one Top 40 hit single in 1979, "Such a Woman" Tycoon was an American rock band from New York City. The group released two records on Arista Records. "Such a Woman" charted one Top 40 hit single in 1979, "Such a Woman" (U.S

Tycoon (disambiguation)
A tycoon is a business magnate. The word may also refer to:*Taikun, a Japanese term, the origin of the word*Tycoon , a reality television series fronted by English entrepreneur Peter Jones

Tycoon (film)
There are two films titled Tycoon:*Tycoon , starring John Wayne*Tycoon , about Russian oligarchs

Tycoon (TV series)
Tycoon was an ITV reality television show, based on the existing Peter Jones/Simon Cowell production American Inventor, which began on 19 June 2007 at 9.00pm. It was fronted by Peter Jones, who searched for entrepreneurs with ideas that he helped turn into profit-making companies. The winner was chosen by the public

Tyger (album)
1992 release-Personnel:* Edgar Froese* Christopher Franke* Paul Haslinger* Jocelyn Bernadette Smith – vocals on "Tyger", "London" and "Smile"

Tying is the practice of making the sale of one good to the de facto or de jure customer conditional on the purchase of a second distinctive good . It is often illegal when the products are not naturally related, for example requiring a bookstore to stock up on an unpopular title before allowing them to purchase a bestseller

Tying may refer to:*Fly tying, process of producing an artificial fly*Knot tying, techniques of fastening ropes*Tying , making customer buy one thing to get another*Canine tying, part of dog reproduction

Tyke may refer to:* Tyke , an MGM cartoon character* Tyke , the varieties of English used in the Northern England historic county of Yorkshire* Tyke, a Roman Catholic - Australian slang

Tylenol is a North American brand of drugs advertised for reducing pain, reducing fever, and relieving the symptoms of allergies, cold, cough, and flu. The active ingredient of its original, flagship product, paracetamol , is marketed as an analgesic and antipyretic

Tyler is an English word which means door keeper of an inn. It is also thought to be a derived occupational name derived from “tiler”, one who makes tiles. It is used both as a surname, and as given name for both genders

Tyler (disambiguation)
Tyler is an English-derived occupational name derived from 'Tiler'.Tyler may also refer to:-Places:In the United States:* Tyler, California* Tyler, California, former name of Cherokee, Nevada County, California* Tyler, Florida* Tyler, Minnesota

Tymbal is a term for a corrugated exoskeletal structure used to produce sounds in insects. In male cicadas, the tymbals are membranes in the abdomen, responsible for the characteristic sound produced by the insect

In hand-operated letterpress printing, the bruzer tympan is the taut cloth or paper mounted in a frame which is placed over the sheet of paper immediately prior to lowering the platen to make the impression.

Tympanites , also known as meteorism, is a medical condition in which excess gas accumulates in the gastrointestinal tract.-Possible causes:* Bowel obstruction* Renal stones* Functional disorder* Overeating

Tympanum may refer to:* Tympanum , an architectural element located within the arch or pediment* Tympanum , a hearing organ/gland in frogs and toads, a flat red oval on both sides of a frog's head* Tympanum, in biology, the eardrum

Tympanum (architecture)
In architecture, a tympanum is the semi-circular or triangular decorative wall surface over an entrance, bounded by a lintel and arch. It often contains sculpture or other imagery or ornaments. Most architectural styles include this element.

Tympanum (zoology)
The tympanum is an external hearing structure in animals such as frogs, toads, insects, and mammals, to name a few.-Anurans:In frogs and toads, it is located just behind the eye. It does not actually process sound waves; it simply transmits them to the amphibian's inner ear, which is protected from water and other foreign objects.

Tyne is an Irish surname.Tyne may also refer to:*River Tyne, England*River Tyne, ScotlandPeople*Edward Tyne, fl. 1906, New Zealand rugby player*Tyne Daly*Tyne O'Connell*Tyne SteckleinOther*HMS Tyne*Rolls-Royce Tyne

Tyne and Wear (European Parliament constituency)
Prior to its uniform adoption of proportional representation in 1999, the United Kingdom used first-past-the-post for the European elections in England, Scotland and Wales

Tyneside (UK Parliament constituency)
Tyneside was a parliamentary constituency in the Tyneside area of north-east England, which returned one Member of Parliament to the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom, elected by the first-past-the-post voting system.

Type may refer to:In philosophy:*Type–token distinctionIn mathematics:*Type *Type theory, basis for the study of type systems*Type or arity, the number of operands a function takes

Type (command)
In computing, type is a command in various VMS. AmigaDOS, CP/M, DOS, OS/2 and Microsoft Windows command line interpreters such as COMMAND.COM, cmd.exe, 4DOS/4NT and Windows PowerShell. It is used to display the contents of specified files

Type (song)
"Type" is a song by the funk metal band Living Colour from their album Time's Up released in 1990.-Chart performance:

Type (Unix)
type is a Unix command that describes how its arguments would be interpreted if used as command names.-Function:Where applicable, type will display the command name's path

Typecast (horse)
Typecast was an American Champion Thoroughbred racehorse noted for her ability to win races at both short and very long distances. Bred by Nuckols Bros. of Midway, Kentucky, she was out of the mare Journalette and sired by Prince John, a son of the very important sire Princequillo

In typography, a typeface is the artistic representation or interpretation of characters; it is the way the type looks. Each type is designed and there are thousands of different typefaces in existence, with new ones being developed constantly.

Types of radio emissions
The International Telecommunication Union uses an internationally agreed system for classifying radio frequency signals. Each type of radio emission is classified according to its bandwidth, method of modulation, nature of the modulating signal, and type of information transmitted on the carrier signal

Typhon , also Typhoeus , Typhaon or Typhos was the last son of Gaia, fathered by Tartarus, and the most deadly monster of Greek mythology. He was known as the "Father of all monsters"; his wife Echidna was likewise the "Mother of All Monsters."Typhon was described in pseudo-Apollodorus, Bibliotheke, as one of the largest and most fearsome of all creatures

Typhon (comics)
Typhon is a fictional character, a supervillain in the Marvel Universe, most commonly associated with the hero Hercules.-Fictional character biography: