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Tassilo

Tassilo may refer to: Tassilone 1709, an opera by Agostino Steffani 1653–1728. Tassilo II of Bavaria died c. 719. Tassilo Thierbach born 1957, German figure-skater. Prince Tassilo Festetics von Tolna 1850–1933, Hungarian nobleman. Tassilo I of Ba ...

                                               

Tata

Țața River, a tributary of the Ialomita River in Romania. Tata Islands, a pair of small islands off the coast of New Zealand. Jamshedpur, a city in Jharkhand, India also known as Tatanagar or Tata. Tata, Morocco, a city in Tata Province. Tata, Hu ...

                                               

Tato (disambiguation)

Tato name, a given name and surname including a list of persons with that name. Tato, a character in the 1980s Spanish comics Chicha, Tato y Clodoveo. Tato, nickname of Jaume Morales Molto born 1973, player of Valencian pilota.

                                               

Tatsu (disambiguation)

Tatsu is a roller coaster at the Six Flags Magic Mountain amusement park in Valencia, California, United States. Tatsu, Japanese for Dragon may also refer to: Tatsu film, a 1994 Russian film.

                                               

Tatu (disambiguation)

Tatu Malmivaara 1908–1987, a Finnish clergyman and politician. Tatu Varmanen born 1998, a Finnish footballer. Tatu Vanhanen 1929–2015, a Finnish political scientist and author. Tatu soccer Antonio Carlos Pecorari, born 1962, a Brazilian footballe ...

                                               

Taya

Taya Zinkin 1918–2003, English journalist and author. Taya Renae Kyle, widow of Chris Kyle. Taya Smith, member of Australian worship band Hillsong UNITED. Taya Rikizo, Asakusa Opera singer and influence of Kenichi Enomoto. Taya Parker born 1978, ...

                                               

Tayo

Tayo may refer to: Tayo language, a French-based Creole spoken in New Caledonia. Tayo The Little Bus, a South Korean animated television series. Tayo political party, a political party based in Mogadishu, Somalia. People with Taio name: Tayo Aden ...

                                               

Ted

Better Off Ted, a U.S. comedy series. "Ted" Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode.

                                               

Tedald

Tedald, Tedaldo, or Tedaldus may refer to: Tedald Bishop of Arezzo c. 990-1036, son of Tedald of Canossa. Tedald of Canossa d. 1012, Italian noble.

                                               

Teh (disambiguation)

Teh is a common typographical error and internet slang neologism. Ten may also refer to: Teh, a somewhat old-fashioned spelling of the Chinese phoneme now represented by Wade–Giles te or pinyin de, most commonly De Chinese. Trans Europe Halles, E ...

                                               

Teja

La Teja, a neighbourhood of Montevideo, Uruguay. Teja Kalan, a village in Batala in Gurdaspur district of Punjab State, India. Teja, Perak, Malaysia. (Теджа, Перак, Малайзия) Veela Teja, a village in Batala in Gurdaspur district of Punjab State, ...

                                               

Telesphore

Telesphore Simard Quebec politician 1863–1924, Canadian politician and member of the Legislative Assembly of Quebec for Temiscamingue. Telesphore-Damien Bouchard 1881–1962, politician in Quebec, Canada. Telesphore Simard mayor 1878–1955, Canadian ...

                                               

Telly

Telly may refer to: Telly home entertainment server, a range of computer systems. Telly Monster on Sesame Street. Telly Inc, American video discovery platform company. Telly, the third MGM lion. A colloquial term for television. Indian Telly Awar ...

                                               

Tempest

The Tempest 1963 film, an Australian television film. Tempest 1958 film, an Alberto Lattuada film. The Tempest 1979 film, a film by Derek Jarman. The Tempest, a 1998 made-for-TV film by Jack Bender. Tempest 1982 film, a Paul Mazursky film. The Te ...

                                               

Templar (disambiguation)

Templar Channel, a channel in British Columbia, Canada, or the yacht for which it is named. Templars Square, a shopping complex in Cowley, Oxfordshire, England. Templar House, a high-rise apartment building in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

                                               

Tenley

Tenley may refer to: Tenley Campus, satellite campus of American University. Tenley Park, park in Everett, Pennsylvania. Tenley Circle, traffic circle in Washington, D.c.

                                               

Terrell

Terrell No. 101, Saskatchewan, rural municipality in south-southwestern Saskatchewan, Canada. Terrell, North Carolina, unincorporated community in Catawba County, North Carolina, United States. Terrell County disambiguation, name of two counties ...

                                               

Tertius

Tertius Losper born 1985, Namibian rugby union fullback. Tertius of Iconium, first century Christian martyr, saint and bishop. Tertius Chandler 1915-2000 American historian and author. Tertius, fifth century Christian martyr and saint. T. Tertius ...

                                               

Teru

Teru Minamoto, an exorcist in Toiletbound Hanako-kun. Teru Mikami, a character in Death Note. Teru Kurebayashi, the main character in Dengeki Daisy.

                                               

Tevin

Tevin may refer to: Tevin Elliot b. 1991, American football player. Tevin Campbell b. 1976, American singer, songwriter and actor. Tevin Coleman, American football player. Tevin Thomas, American musician. Tevin Vongvanich, Thai businessman. Tevin ...

                                               

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Thais

Thais can be the plural of Thai and refer to: The Thai people, the main ethnic group of Thailand. The Thai peoples or Tai peoples, the ethnic groups of southern China and Southeast Asia. In the singular, the Thais can relate to:

                                               

Thalia

Thalia Grace Θάλεια, "Thaleia", one of the three Graces. Thalia nymph Θάλεια, "Thaleia", a nymph and secondary goddess of vegetation. Thalia Nereid Θάλεια, "Thaleia", a Nereid. Thalia Muse Θάλεια, "Thaleia", the Muse of comedy and idyllic poetry.

                                               

Thao

Thao may refer to: Thao Nguyen, American singer-songwriter. Thao people, a group of Taiwanese aborigines. Thao language, also known as Sao. Thao & the Get Down Stay Down, American musical group led by Nguyen. Thao River, the upper reaches of the ...

                                               

Thelonious

Thelonious Martin born 1992 or King Thelonious, American Hip Hop record producer. Fred Thelonious Baker born 1960 English guitarist. Thelonious Monk 1917–82, American jazz pianist. Thelonious Bernard born 1964 French actor. Thelonious Sphere Monk ...

                                               

Theodora

Theodora wife of Theophilos, 9th-century empress. Theodora 6th century, wife of Byzantine Eastern Roman emperor Justinian I, considered a saint by the Greek Orthodox Church. Theodora of Khazaria, 7th-century empress, wife of Justinian II. Theodor ...

                                               

Theodosia

Theodosia Harris 1877-1938, American screenwriter. Theodosia of Tyre, 3rd century Christian martyr. Theda Bara 1885–1955, stage name of actress Theodosia Burr Goodman. Theodosia Stirling 1815-1904, Australian actor and singer. Theodosia Meade, Co ...

                                               

Theos

Theos may refer to: Theos think tank, a UK public theology think tank. THEOS, a computer operating system. Theos θεός means deity in Ancient Greek. THEOS satellite, a satellite launched in 2008 by Thailand.

                                               

Thew

Thew may refer to: Thew surname, a medieval English surname. George Thew Burke 1776–1854, Canadian soldier, merchant and politician. Joshua Thew born 1988, British ballet dancer. Linda McCullough Thew born 1918, British author. Henry Thew Stevens ...

                                               

Thorfinn

Thorfinn is a Scandinavian name, which originally referred to the god Thor and which survived into Christian times. Corfina may refer to: Thorfinn Karlsefni, Icelandic explorer died c. 1010. Thorfinn Sigurdsson, Earl of Orkney Thorfinn the Mighty ...

                                               

Thornwell

Thornwell may refer to: Surname James Henley Thornwell 1812–1862, American Presbyterian preacher and religious writer. Sindarius Thornwell born 1994, American College basketball player. Given name Thornwell Jacobs 1877–1956, educator, author, and ...

                                               

Thrasamund (disambiguation)

Thrasamund and its variants are masculine given names of Germanic origin. It can refer to: Transamund II of Spoleto, duke on three occasions between 724 and 745. Transamund I of Spoleto, duke from 665 to 703. Thrasamund 450–523, king of the Vanda ...

                                               

Thucydides (disambiguation)

Thucydides may refer to: Thucydides, son of Melesias 5th century BC, prominent politician of ancient Athens. 10137 Thucydides, a main-belt asteroid. Thucydides II, son of Melesias II 4th century, grandson of Thucydides, son of Melesias featured i ...

                                               

Thuli

Thuli–Makwe Dam, on the Thuli River. Thuli River, a major tributary of the Shashe River. Thuli–Manyange Dam, on the Thuli River. Thuli–Moswa Dam, on the Thuli River. Thuli Parks and Wildlife Land.

                                               

Thurman

Surname Karen Thurman born 1951, U.S. Representative. Howard Thurman 1899–1981, African American theologian and civil rights leader. Robert Thurman born 1941 American Buddhism scholar. John Thurman 1911–1985, British Scouting notable, awardee of ...

                                               

Thyrsis

Thyrsis or Tirsi may refer to: Thyrsis, the title of the first idyll by Theocritus. Cupidesthes thyrsis, a butterfly in the family Lycaenidae. Tirsi, one of the characters in Clori, Tirsi e Fileno, a comic cantata by George Frideric Handel. Thyrs ...

                                               

Tiago

Tiago is a given and a family name, being one of the Portuguese equivalents of the names Jacob and James. Its archaic spelling - still used mostly in Brazil - is Thiago. Tiago may also refer to:

                                               

Tiara (disambiguation)

A tiara is a form of crown. Tiara may also refer to: Tiara Records, US-based record label. Proton Tiara, Malaysian car. Tiara Yachts, US-based boat manufacturer. Tiara album, by Seventh Wonder. A name used in some markets for the Toyota Coronas T ...

                                               

Ticha

Ticha, village in Moravian-Silesian Region, Czech Republic. Ticha Stadium, sports venue in Varna, Bulgaria. 5757 Ticha, main-belt asteroid. Ticha Peak, peak in Antarctica. Ticha Reservoir, reservoir in Varbitsa Municipality, Shumen Province, Bulg ...

                                               

Tift

Ray Tift 1884-1945, American baseball player. Asa Tift fl. 19th century, American salvager. Nelson Tift 1810-1891, American jurist, businessman, sailor and politician. Andrew Tift born 1968, British portraitist.

                                               

Tiga

Tiga, pseudonym of Haitian artist Jean-Claude Garoute. Tiga Bayles 1953–2016, an Australian radio presenter. Tiga Angelina, an Indian politician. Tiga musician born 1974, a Canadian musician.

                                               

Tighe

Tighe may refer to: Tadhg, a given name. Tighe surname, a surname including a list of people with the name. Tighe, Indiana, an unincorporated community. Tighe, former name of Burlington, California.

                                               

Tilghman

Tilghman Howard 1797–1844, American politician. Tilghman Tucker 1802–1859, American politician, governor of Mississippi from 1842 to 1844. Tilghman surname, a surname and a list of people with the surname.

                                               

Tillmann

Tillmann is a surname and given name. notable people with the name Tillmann include: Surname Sean Tillmann born 1978, singer better known as Har Mar Superstar. Fritz Tillmann 1910– 1986, German actor. Ulrike Tillmann born 1962, mathematician. Giv ...

                                               

Timi (disambiguation)

Timi may refer to: Timi Yuro, stage name of American soul and R&amp,B singer-songwriter Rosemary Timothy Yuro 1940-2004. Timi Hansen, Danish bass player. Filippo Timi born 1974, Italian actor and writer. Timi Lahti born 1990, Finnish footballer. ...

                                               

Tine

Tine may refer to: Tine race, an alien race in the novels A Fire Upon the Deep and The Children of the Sky. Tine company, the biggest dairy producer in Norway. Tine, Iran, a village in Mazandaran Province, Iran. Tine film, a 1964 Danish film. Tin ...

                                               

Tino

Tino is an Italian name or nickname, often a diminutive of the names Agostino, Costantino, Martino, Antonino, Valentino, Giustino, Sabatino, Faustino, and other names ending in -tino. Tino may refer to:

                                               

Tip

GNU nano or TIP, a text editor program. Threat Intelligence Platform, an emerging technology discipline that helps organizations manage threat data from multiple sources. Terminal Interface Processor, used to provide terminal sessions on ARPANET. ...

                                               

Tiran

Tiran, Iran, a city in Isfahan Province, Iran. Tiran and Karvan County, county in Isfahan Province, Iran, with its capital Tiran. Tiran Island, administered by Egypt in the Straits of Tiran. To be transferred to Saudi Arabia pending Egyptian parl ...

                                               

Tite

Tite Kubo born 1977, Japanese manga artist, best known for creating Bleach. Karen Tite, English actress. Tite football manager Adenor Leonardo Bacchi, born 1961, Brazilian footballer, trainer and manager. Andrew Tite born 1981, Canadian actor. Ti ...

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Pino - logical board game which is based on tactics and strategy. In general this is a remix of chess, checkers and corners. The game develops imagination, concentration, teaches how to solve tasks, plan their own actions and of course to think logically. It does not matter how much pieces you have, the main thing is how they are placement!

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