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Third Lanark A.C. Third Lanark Athletic Club was a Scottish football team that existed from 1872 to 1967 and were based in Glasgow. One of the great clubs of early Scottish Football, Third Lanark were the first high profile Scottish football club to be declared bankrupt and dissolved.
Third Letts Executive The Third Letts Executive was the third ministry to come from the Northern Territory Legislative Assembly. It oversaw the Northern Territory under Country Liberal Party Majority Leader Dr Goff Letts from December 1975 to December 1976.
Third metatarsal bone The third metatarsal bone articulates proximally, by means of a triangular smooth surface, with the third cuneiform; medially, by two facets, with the second metatarsal; and laterally, by a single facet, with the fourth metatarsal.
Third Man Argument The Third Man Argument (commonly referred to as TMA), first offered by Plato in his dialogue Parmenides, is a possible philosophical criticism of Plato's own Theory of Forms. In Parmenides Plato uses the example of the form of Largeness to demonstrate TMA.
Third Martin Ministry The Third Martin Ministry was the 44th ministry to come from the Northern Territory Legislative Assembly. It came into existence on October 18, 2002, when an eighth minister, Dr Chris Burns was promoted in order to reduce the workload of the seven existing ministers.
Third Mate The Third Mate is the third officer of a merchant vessel. The most junior officer of the ship, the Third Mate is usually the safety officer (responsible for firefighting equipment, lifeboats, emergency systems) and is in charge of a (bridge or cargo) watch.
Third Millennium Bible The Third Millennium Bible (TMB), also known as the New Authorized Version, is a 1998 minor update of the King James Version of the Bible. Unlike the New King James Version, it does not alter the language significantly from the 1611 version, retaining Jacobean grammar (including "thees" and "thous"), but it does attempt to replace some of the vocabulary which no longer would make sense to a modern reader.
Third Mithridatic War The Third Mithridatic War (75-65 BC) was one of three Mithridatic Wars fought between Mithridates VI of Pontus and the Roman Republic. The Romans won the war, and Mithridates committed suicide, ending the menace of Pontus and conquering the Armenian kingdom.
Third normal form The third normal form (3NF) is a normal form used in database normalization to check if all the non-key attributes of a relation depend only on the candidate keys of the relation. This means that all non-key attributes are mutually independent or, in other words, that a non-key attribute cannot be transitively dependent on another non-key attribute.
Third National Government of New Zealand The Third National Government of New Zealand was the government of New Zealand from 1975 to 1984. It was an economically and socially conservative government, which aimed to preserve the Keynesian economic system established by the First Labour government.
Third party (Canada) In Canada, a third party usually refers to a relatively small federal or provincial political party that is not considered to have a realistic chance of forming a government, but has representation in the federal House of Commons or the provincial legislature. However, due to the Parliamentary form of government, during Minority government situations, third parties may hold the balance of power, and thus exercise significant control over the government's policy.
Third party (politics) In any two-party system of politics, a third party is a party other than the two dominant ones. While technically the term is limited to the third largest party, it is often used as (innumerate) shorthand to describe any smaller party.
Third party administrator Third party administration is an American business term used in the field of employee benefits. It refers to a situation where the processing of claims is outsourced to another company but the risk of loss remains with the insurer or the employer.
Third party adminstrator Third party administrator (TPA) is an organization that processes health care claims without carrying insurance risk. Third party administrators are prominent players in the managed care industry and have the expertise and capability to administer all or a portion of the claims process.
Third party beneficiary A third party beneficiary, in the law of contracts, is a person who may have the right to sue on a contract, despite not having originally been a party to the contract. This right arises where the third party is the intended beneficiary of the contract, as opposed to an incidental beneficiary.
Third party reproduction Third party reproduction refers to a process where another person provides sperm or eggs or where another woman provides her uterus so that a woman can have a child. Thus the reproductive process goes beyond the traditional father-mother model.
Third party standing Third party standing is a term of the law of civil procedure that describes when one party may file a lawsuit on behalf of another party. In the United States, this is generally prohibited, as a party can only assert his or her own rights and cannot raise the claims of a third party who is not before the court.
Third party technique Third party technique is a marketing strategy commonly employed by Public Relations (PR) firms, that involves placing a premeditated message in the "mouth of the media." Third party technique can take many forms, ranging from the hiring of journalists to report the organization in a favorable light, to using scientists within the organization to present their perhaps prejudicial findings to the public.
Third person limited omniscient The third person limited omniscient is a narrative mode. In this mode, the reader and writer observe the situation from the outside through the senses and thoughts of a single character, although that focal character may shift throughout the course of any given narrative.
Third place playoff The third place playoff (sometimes called the bronze medal game or consolation game) is a single bout that is included in many sporting knockout tournaments to decide which competitor or team will be credited with finishing third and fourth. The teams that compete in the third place playoffs are usually the two losing semi-finalists in a particular knockout tournament.
Third Pandemic A major plague pandemic in historic times, called the Third Pandemic, began in China in 1855. The bubonic plague spread to all inhabited continents, and ultimately killed more than 12 million people in India and China alone.
Third Party Non-violent Intervention Third Party Non-violent Intervention refers to the practice of intervening from the outside in violent conflicts with the aim of resolving them. The intervention can be either as an intermediary in a negotiating capacity or, physically, by interposing one's body between the warring factions.
Third Party System The Third Party System is a term generally used by historians and political scientists to cover a period in American political history from about 1854 to the mid 1890s (see Second Party System, Fourth Party System), with major developments revolving around the issues of nationalism, modernization, and race. It was dominated by the new Republican party, which claimed success in saving the Union, abolishing slavery, enfranchising the freedmen, and adopting as well many of the Whiggish modernization programs such as national banks, railroads, high tariffs, homesteads and aid to land grant colleges.
Third Persona The third persona is a rhetorical idea first conceptualized by Philip Wander in his article "The Third Persona: An Ideological Turn in Rhetorical Theory", first published in the Central States Speech Journal in 1984.
Third Position Third Position is the name applied to a strand within the far right that sought to emphasise its opposition to both communism and capitalism. The name 'Third Position' is derived from the school of thought presenting itself as being "beyond Capitalism and Communism" and "neither Left nor Right.
Third Presbyterian Church, Birmingham, Alabama The Third Presbyterian Church of Birmingham, Alabama is a Presbyterian church located on the city's Southside at 617 22nd Street South, at the corner of 7th Avenue South. It is a member congregation of the Presbyterian Church in America.
Third Punic War The Third Punic War (149 to 146 BC) was the third and last of the Punic Wars fought between the former Phoenician (Romans used this as an adjective meaning 'treacherous' after the Punic Wars) colony of Carthage, and the Republic of Rome. The Punic Wars were so named because of the Roman name for Carthaginians: Punici, or Poenici.
Third rail A third rail is a method of providing electricity to power a railway by means of continuous rigid conductor mounted alongside the railway track. It is used typically in a mass transit or rapid transit system, which has alignments in own corridors, fully or almost fully segregated from the outside environment.
Third Republic of South Korea The Third Republic of South Korea was the government of South Korea from 1963 to 1972. It was presented as a return to civilian rule after a period of rule by the military junta known as the Supreme Council for National Reconstruction.
Third Ring The Third Ring (Russian: Đ˘Ń€ĐµŃ‚ŃŚĐµ Ń‚Ń€Đ°Đ˝ŃĐżĐľŃ€Ń‚Đ˝ĐľĐµ ĐşĐľĐ»ŃŚŃ†Đľ, Đ˘Ń€ĐµŃ‚ŃŚĐµ ĐşĐľĐ»ŃŚŃ†Đľ) is Moscow's newest beltway, located between the Garden Ring in the city centre and Moscow Ring Road, which until the 1980s defined the Moscow city limits.
Third Robotech War The fictional Third Robotech War (2031-44) is the final known event in the Robotech science fiction universe. Unlike the previous Robotech Wars, which were fought by Earth-based human forces against invading alien enemies, the Third War was fought by the returning Robotech Expeditionary Force to liberate the occupied Earth from the alien Invid.
Third Russian Revolution The Third Russian Revolution (also called the Russian Revolution of 1918, or the July Revolution 1918) is a term describing a series of anarchist rebellions and uprisings against both the Bolsheviks and the White movement, which started on 6 July 1918 and were most prominent for the remainder of that month, but continued up to 30 December 1922.
Third Saturday in October The Third Saturday in October is the name of a college football game played each year between the Tennessee Volunteers and the Alabama Crimson Tide. The name refers to its traditional calendar date, but it is no longer exact.
Third Sergeant Third Sergeant is a Specialist rank in the Singapore Armed Forces. Third Sergeants are the most junior of Specialists, ranking above Corporals, who, in the SAF, are not considered Specialists and do not have command authority.
Third Servile War The Third Servile War, also called the Gladiator War and The War of Spartacus by Plutarch, was the last of a series of unrelated and unsuccessful slave rebellions against the Roman Republic, known collectively as the Servile Wars. The Third Servile War was the only one to directly threaten the Roman heartland of Italia and was doubly alarming to the Roman people due to the repeated successes of the rapidly growing band of rebel slaves against the Roman army between 73 and 71 BC.
Third Stream Third Stream music is a term coined in 1957 by Gunther Schuller to describe a musical genre which is a synthesis of classical music and jazz. Improvisation -- a key element of jazz, but far less common in classical music -- is generally seen as a vital component of Third Stream.
Third Street Third Street (ç¬¬ä¸‰čˇ—), is a street in Sai Ying Pun suburb of Hong Kong. It runs one way from Pok Fu Lam Road, then crosses Water Street, then Pok Fu Lam Road again, then western, Centre Streets and terminates at Eastern Street.
Third Street Light Rail Project The Third Street Light Rail Project is the construction project that expanded the Muni Metro system in San Francisco, California along the eastern side of the city. Construction was finished near the end of 2006, and a weekend-only non-revenue service began on January 13, 2007.
Third Street Promenade The Third Street Promenade is a pedestrian street in Santa Monica, California, United States. It is considered one of the premier shopping destinations in West Los Angeles and frequently draws crowds from all over Los Angeles County.
Third Supply The Third Supply was the first truly successful wave of colonization in the first British settlement in the Americas, at Jamestown. It also resulted in the settlement of Bermuda (as an un-intended side-effect).
Third Swedish Crusade The Third Swedish Crusade was a Swedish military expedition to Karelia in 1293 CE, on area controlled by Novgorod. As the result of the attack, Vyborg Castle was established and western Karelia remained under Swedish rule for over 400 years.
Third Taiwan Strait Crisis The Third Taiwan Strait Crisis, also called the 1995-1996 Taiwan Strait Crisis or the 1996 Taiwan Strait Crisis, was the effect of a series of missile tests conducted by the People's Republic of China in the waters surrounding Taiwan including the Taiwan Strait from July 21, 1995 to March 23, 1996. The first set of missiles fired in mid to late 1995 were allegely intended to send a strong signal to the Republic of China government under Lee Teng-hui, who had been seen as moving ROC foreign policy away from the One-China Policy.
Third Texas Legislature The Third Texas Legislature met from 5 November 1849 to 3 December 1850 in its regular session and two called sessions. All members of the House of Representatives and about half of the members of the Senate were elected in 1849.
Third Treaty of San Ildefonso The Treaty of San Ildefonso (formally titled the Preliminary and Secret Treaty between the French Republic and His Catholic Majesty the King of Spain, Concerning the Aggrandizement of His Royal Highness the Infant Duke of Parma in Italy and the Retrocession of Louisiana) was a secretly negotiated treaty between France and Spain in which Spain returned the colonial territory of Louisiana to France.
Third Trinity Boat Club The Third Trinity Boat Club, was a rowing club which was only open to certain members of Trinity College, Cambridge. Members of Third Trinity had to have been to school at either Eton College or Westminster School.
Third umpire In international cricket matches the third umpire (or TV Umpire) is an off-field umpire who makes the final decision in questions referred to him by the two on-field umpires. Television replays are available to the third umpire to assist him in coming to a decision.
Third Unitarian Church of Chicago The Third Unitarian Church (TUC) is a progressive religious community that was founded in 1868 and is currently located in the Austin neighborhood of Chicago. The congregants often refer to themselves as the "Tuckers.
Third University of Rome The Third University of Rome (Italian: UniversitĂ degli Studi Roma Tre) is a university located in Rome, Italy, and founded in 1992. Born, as explained by its name, as the third university of the capital city of Italy, it has become now the second one by both student population and dimensions.
Third Watch Third Watch is an NBC television drama set in New York City that ran from 1999 to 2005. It followed the exploits of a group of police officers, firefighters, and paramedics in the fictional 55th Precinct whose shifts fell between 3 p.
Third Way (centrism) The Third Way, or Radical Middle, is a centrist philosophy of governance that embraces a mix of market and interventionist philosophies. The Third Way rejects both top-down redistribution and laissez-faire approaches to economic governance, but chiefly stresses technological development, education, and competitive mechanisms to pursue economic progress and governmental objectives.
Third World The terms First World, Second World, and "Third World" can be used to divide the nations of Earth into three broad categories. "Third World" is a term first coined in 1952 by French demographer Alfred Sauvy on the model of SieyĂ¨s's declaration concerning the Third Estate during the French Revolution: "...
Third World Academy of Sciences TWAS, the Academy of Sciences for the Developing World -- until 2004 named Third World Academy of Sciences -- is a merit-based science academy uniting more than 800 scientists from some 90 countries. Its principal aim is to promote scientific capacity and excellence for sustainable development in the South (see North-South divide).
Third World Cop Third World Cop is a Jamaican film where Capone (Paul Campbell), a loose cannon cop, returns back to his home in Kingston to the special forces. Immediately upon return, Capone discovers illegal importation of guns via church charities.
Third World Network The Third World Network is an international network of organizations and individuals involved in issues relating to environment, development and the Third World and North-South issues. It has its international secretariat in Penang, Malaysia.
Third World Organization for Women in Science Third World Organization for Women in Science (TWOWS) awards fellowships in science to female postgraduate students from third world nations. Because of the lower cost of living and tuition, however, the student recipients are sent to good universities in countries such as South Africa and Pakistan.
Third World Posse Third World Posse is a limited edition EP released by Sepultura in Australia. It contains the recorded version of Dead Embryonic Cells, a Dead Kennedys cover and three live tracks taken from the Under Siege, Live in Barcelona, Spain 31/05/91 video.
Third World Resurgence Third World Resurgence is the flagship magazine of Third World Network, an international network of organizations and individuals involved in issues relating to environment, development and the Third World and North-South issues. According to their website, the aim of the magazine is to give a Third World perspective to the whole range of issues confronting the Third World namely, the environment, health and basic needs, international affairs, politics, economics, culture, and so on.
Third World War (band) Third World War were an English proto-punk band formed in 1970 by manager and producer John Fenton together with songwriters Terry Stamp and Jim Avery. Fenton came up with the band's name and provided a large part of its musical direction; Phill Brown, the recording engineer on the band's first album, quotes him as saying, "I want a no-bullshit, working class bandâ€”I've had enough of all this pseudo peace crap.
Third year Third year, also known as S3, is the third year of schooling in Scottish secondary schools, and is roughly equivalent to Year 10 in the rest of the United Kingdom. Most pupils are 14 or 15 years old at the end of S3.
Third-cause fallacy A variation on the post hoc ergo propter hoc fallacy, third cause fallacy asserts that X causes Y when in reality, X and Y are both caused by Z. When third causes are ignored, it becomes possible to corral shocking statistical evidence in support of a nonexistent causality.
Third-generation Chevrolet Camaro The third-generation Chevrolet Camaro was introduced for the 1982 model year. It continued to use General Motors' F-body platform and would produce a "20th Anniversary Commemorative Edition" for 1987 and "25th Anniversary Heritage Edition" for 1992.
Third-order intercept point In telecommunication, a third-order intercept point (IP3 or TOI) is the point at which the linear extrapolation (as a function of input power) of linear output power and third-order distortion power level meet.
Third-party logistics A third-party logistics provider (abbreviated 3PL) is a firm that provides outsourced or "third party" logistics services to companies for part or sometimes all of their supply chain management function. Third party logistics providers typically specialize in integrated warehousing and transportation services that can be scaled and customized to customerâ€™s needs based on market conditions and the demands and delivery service requirements for their products and materials.
Third-party software component In computer programming, and particularly in Microsoft Windows programming, third party software component refers to a reusable software component developed to be either freely distributed or sold by an entity other than the original vendor of the development platform. The third party software component market thrives because component oriented development improves the efficiency and quality of developing custom applications.
Third-party verification TPV (Third party verification) is a process of getting an independent third party company to confirm that the customer is actually requesting a change or ordering a new service or product. By putting the customer on the phone (usually via transfer or 3-way call) TPV provider asks a customer for his identity, that he is an authorized decision maker and to confirm his order.
Third-person effect The third-person effect hypothesis states that a person exposed to a persuasive communication in the mass media sees it as having a greater effect on others than on himself or herself (Davison, 1983). This is known as the perceptual hypothesis, but there is also a behavioral hypothesis which predicts that perceiving others as more vulnerable increases support for restrictions on mass media.
Third-wave feminism Third-wave feminism is a term identified with several diverse strains of feminist activity and study beginning in the early 1990s. The movement arose as a response to perceived failures of second-wave feminism.
Third-world feminism Although women from the so-called third world have always been engaged in the feminism movement, some criticise mainstream Western feminism on the grounds that it is ethnocentric and does not take into account the unique experiences of women from third world countries or the existence of feminism(s) indigenous to third world countries. Third world women accuse mainstream Western feminists of looking at women's experiences as homogeneous, based on the perspectives of middle-class white Western women.
Third-worldism Third-worldism is a tendency within left wing political thought to regard the division between developed, classically liberal nations and developing, or "third world" ones as of primary political importance. Third-worldism is extremely difficult to define in a comprehensive and consistent manner and will tend to involve support for nation states or "national liberation" movements against Western nations or their proxies which are perceived as being opposed to the interests of advanced capitalist nations.
Thiriyuzhichil Thiriyuzhichil is a dance ritual performed by Pulluvas in Kerala (South India) to alleviate the fear of snakes, to appease the snake and to be blessed with babies. This is more popular in the districts of Trichur, Calicut and Palghat and it is performed in Hindu Temples and shrines meant for snakes.
Thirlestane Castle Thirlestane Castle is a castle set in extensive parklands near Lauder in the Borders of Scotland, known, strangely, as Castlehill, as although it stood upon raised ground it was situated in the valley of the Leader Water. It is the ancient seat of the Earls and Duke of Lauderdale, and has been in the ownership of the Maitland family since 1587, the first construction commencing two years later.
Thirlmere, New South Wales Thirlmere, New South Wales is a village near the Southern Highlands of New South Wales, Australia, in Wollondilly Shire. It was formerly on the Main Southern Railway, until that line was deviated in 1919 to a less steep alignment with easier grades and the original line became the Picton Loop line.
Thirsk (UK Parliament constituency) Thirsk was a parliamentary borough in Yorkshire, represented in the English and later British House of Commons in 1295, and again from 1553. It was represented by two Members of Parliament until 1832, and by one member from 1832 to 1885, when the constituency was abolished and absorbed into the new Thirsk and Malton division of the North Riding of Yorkshire.
Thirsty Ear Recordings Thirsty Ear Recordings is an American independent record label. It was founded in the late 70s as a marketing company for the then-unnamed alternative music field, and expanded to issue its own records in 1990.
Thirteen (film) thirteen is a 2003 film co-written by Catherine Hardwicke (who also directed the film) and Nikki Reed. It is a semi-autobiographical film based on Reed's experiences as a thirteen-year-old and those around her in the same age group.
Thirteen Colonies The Thirteen Colonies were British colonies in North America founded between 1607 (Virginia), and 1732 (Georgia). Although Britain held a dozen additional colonies in North America and the West Indies, the colonies referred to as the "thirteen" are those that rebelled against British rule in 1775, and formally proclaimed their independence as the United States of America on July 4, 1776.
Thirteen Factories Thirteen Factories or Thirteen Hong (ĺŤä¸‰čˇŚ) is an area of Canton City, China where the first foreign trade was allowed in the 18th century. The name derives from the foreign agents, known as factors, who maintained offices or factories.
Thirteen Senses Thirteen Senses are a band from Cornwall, UK. The group released the album The Invitation on 27 September 2004, along with several singles: "Thru The Glass", "Do No Wrong", "Into the Fire" and "The Salt Wound Routine", of which the first three have reached the UK Top 40.
Thirteen Steps Down Thirteen Steps Down is a 2004 novel by British crime-writer Ruth Rendell. Its publication in the UK marked Rendell's 40th anniversary of being published, and all hardcover copies of the book had a special promotional notice on the cover celebrating this.
Thirteen Steps To Mentalism Thirteen Steps to Mentalism (by Tony Corinda) was originally published as 13 smaller booklets as a course in mentalism, and was later, in 1961, republished as a book. The book quickly became famous and is now considered to be a classical text on mentalism.
Thirteen Tiered Pagoda The Thirteen Tiered Pagoda is a pagoda, a tiered tower with multiple eaves common Asia, that is found at the Pagoda Restaurant in Honolulu, Hawaii. Although it is not a tower, it is shaped like a pagoda and has religious significance.
Thirteen-lined ground squirrel The Thirteen-lined ground squirrel (Spermophilus tridecemlineatus), also known as the Striped Gopher, Squinney and as the Leopard-Spermophile in Audubonâ€™s day, is a brownish ground squirrel with 13 alternating brown and whitish longitudinal lines (sometimes partially broken into spots) on back and sides creating rows of whitish spots within dark lines.
Thirteensomething Thirteen Something is the season three premiere episode of Warner Brothers Tiny Toon Adventures, focusing heavily upon Babs Bunny and Buster Bunny while also featuring Plucky Duck and Shirley the Loon. The title, which refers to the fictional teen drama Thirteen Something in the show, is a pun on the title Thirtysomething, while the show itself is actually a parody of 90210, complete with caricatures of Shannen Doherty and Jason Priestly.
Thirteenth Amendment of the Constitution of Ireland The Thirteenth Amendment of the Constitution of Ireland specifies that the prohibition of abortion would not limit freedom of travel from Ireland to other countries where a person might legally obtain an abortion. The Amendment was adopted in November of 1992 by a plebiscite of the Irish people, largely in response to Attorney General v.
Thirteenth Amendment to the Constitution of Pakistan The Constitution (Thirteenth Amendment) Act, 1997 was an amendment to the Constitution of Pakistan passed in 1997 by the government of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. It stripped the President of Pakistan of his reserve power to dissolve the National Assembly, and thereby triggering new elections and dismissing the Prime Minister.
Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution Amendment XIII (the Thirteenth Amendment) of the United States Constitution officially abolished, and continues to prohibit, slavery, and, with limited exceptions, prohibits involuntary servitude. The Amendment in practice emancipated only the slaves of Delaware and Kentucky, as everywhere else the slaves had been freed by state action or by the federal government's Emancipation Proclamation.
Thirteenth dynasty of Egypt The Eleventh, Twelfth, Thirteenth and Fourteenth Dynasties of ancient Egypt are often combined under the group title Middle Kingdom. The Thirteenth Dynasty begins the Second Intermediate Period, which encompasses the overlapping Fourteenth through Seventeenth Dynasties.
Thirteenth floor The levels of a multi-story building are numbered sequentially, from "one" or "ground" upwards. In some countries, the number 13 is considered unlucky and building owners will sometimes purposely omit the thirteenth floor.
Thirthahalli Thirthahalli is a town and Taluk headquarters in Shivamogga District, which is located in southern Karnataka state, India. The town is situated 60 km southwest from Shivamogga city and 335km northwest of Bangalore on the banks of the Tunga River.
Thirty Comrades The Thirty Comrades (YĂ¨baw thoun gyeik) constituted the embryo of the modern Burmese army called the Burma Independence Army (BIA) which was formed to fight for independence from Britain. This was accomplished just before the majority of the Thirty Comrades returned with the invading Japanese Army initially through Southern Burma in December 1941.
Thirty Meter Telescope The Thirty meter telescope (TMT) (formerly called the California Extremely Large Telescope (CELT)) is a future large segmented-mirror optical and infrared extremely large telescope, proposed and run by a consortium made up by Caltech, the University of California, AURA, and ACURA. While still under design, completion is scheduled for sometime in the mid-2010s.
Thirty Tyrants The Thirty Tyrants were a pro-Spartan oligarchy installed in Athens after its defeat in the Peloponnesian War in April 404 BC. Its two leading members were Theramenes and Critias, the latter a former acolyte of Socrates.
Thirty Tyrants (Roman) The Thirty Tyrants, or Thirty Pretenders (Latin: Tyranni Triginta) were a group of thirty men (some of whom were children) and two women listed by Trebellius Pollio in the Historia Augusta as having ostensibly been pretenders to the throne of the Roman Empire during the reign of the emperor Gallienus. Given the notorious unreliability of the Historia Augusta, the veracity of this list is debatable; there is a scholarly consensus that the author deliberately inflated the number of pretenders in order to parallel the Thirty Tyrants of Athens.
Thirty Verses on Consciousness-only The Thirty Verses on Consciousness-only (Sanskrit: TriáąsikÄ; ) is a brief poetic treatise by the Indian Buddhist scholar Vasubandhu. It was composed in the 4th century CE and is one of the core texts of the Yogacara school.
Thirty year rule The "thirty year rule" is the popular name given to a law in the United Kingdom, the Republic of Ireland and Australia that states that the yearly cabinet papers of a government will be released publicly thirty years after they were created. In the United Kingdom, it was set up under the Public Records Act 1967.
Thirty Years of Arkham House, 1939-1969: A History and Bibliography Thirty Years of Arkham House, 1939-1969: A History and Bibliography is a bibliography of books published from 1939 to 1969 under the imprints of Arkham House, Mycroft & Moran and Stanton & Lee. It was released in 1970 by Arkham House in an edition of 2,137 copies.
Thirty Years' War and Norway The Thirty Years' War was a large conflict early modern European history. The Thirty Years' War consisted of a series of declared and undeclared wars based on religious and economic objectives which raged through the years 1618-1648 throughout central and northern Europe.
Thirty-ninth Amendment of the Indian Constitution Thirty-ninth Amendment of the Indian Constitution was passed by the Indian parliament on September 26, 1975 in Indian Emergency (1975 - 77). The amendment placed the election of the President, the Vice President , the Prime Minister and the Speaker of the Lok Sabha beyond the scrutiny of the judiciary.
Thirty-ninth United States Congress - Political Parties The Thirty-ninth United States Congress was a meeting of the United States national legislature, comprised of the United States Senate and the United States House of Representatives. It met in Washington, DC from March 4, 1865 to March 3, 1867.