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Tideland Tideland is the third published book by author Mitch Cullin. Lyrically written and dark in tone, the story is a first-person narrative told by the young Jeliza-Rose, detailing the summer she spent alone at an isolated, rundown farmhouse in Texas called What Rocks.
Tideland (film) Tideland (2005) is a film co-written and directed by Terry Gilliam, an adaptation of Mitch Cullin's novel Tideland. The movie was shot in Regina, Saskatchewan and surrounding area in the fall and winter of 2004.
Tideline A Tideline refers to where two currents in the ocean converge, driftwood, floating seaweed, foam, and other floating debris may accumulate, forming sinuous lines called tidelines (even though they generally have nothing to do with the tide.)
Tides Center The Tides Center is an institution that handles financial donations for progressive groups like the Institute for Global Communications. They make an effort to make greatest use of their finances within the limits of the law.
Tides of War Tides of War is a novel by Steven Pressfield, set in the decades following the Peloponnesian War, Jason, a member of the Athenian landowning class, recounts the events of the war to his grandson. However, most of the narration occurred through Jasonâ€™s recounting of his meetings with Polemidas, an Athenian mercenary whom Jason had defended years earlier for the murder of Alcibiades.
Tideswell Tideswell is a village in the Derbyshire Peak District, England (location map). It lies six miles east of Buxton, off the B6049, in a wide dry valley on a limestone plateau, at an altitude of over 1,000 ft above sea level.
Tidewater Arboretum Tidewater Arboretum (5 acres), sometimes also called Hampton Roads Arboretum, is an arboretum maintained by Virginia Tech's Hampton Roads Agricultural Research and Extension Center. It is located at 1444 Diamond Springs Road, Virginia Beach, Virginia, and open daily without charge.
Tidewater Community College Tidewater Community College is a two-year higher education institution in South Hampton Roads consisting of multiple campuses in the cities of Chesapeake, Norfolk, Portsmouth, and Virginia Beach, the largest of which is located in Virginia Beach. The college, founded in 1968, is known locally as "TCC" and is the second-largest community college in the Virginia Community College System and the 37th largest in the United States.
Tidewater Council Tidewater Council is the local council of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) that serves southeastern Virginia and north-eastern North Carolina. This region is often referred to as South Hampton Roads or the Tidewater or Tidewater Virginia area; hence the name of the council.
Tidewater Railway The Tidewater Railway was formed in 1904 as an intrastate railroad located within Virginia in the United States by William N. Page, a civil engineer and entrepreneur and his silent partner, millionaire industrialist Henry Huttleston Rogers of Standard Oil fame.
Tidewater School Tidewater School was founded in 1999 by the Seacoast Waldorf Association. It began with a kindergarten and first grade and has grown to include a Parent Child program, a nursery, two kindergartens and grades 1-7.
Tidewater Southern Railway The Tidewater Southern Railway was a short line railroad in Central California in the United States. It was originally built as an interurban system, connecting to the Central California Traction Company in Stockton, California and leading southeast from Stockton to Escalon, California and thence to Modesto, California.
Tidewater Tales The Tidewater Tales is John Barth's 1987 novel told from the shared perspectives of Peter Sagamore and Katherine Sherritt Sagamore, a well-coupled couple in their 8 and a half month of pregnancy in the summer of 1980. Peter Sagamore is a gifted author, whose gifts, we learn early on, have been dwindling in recent years due to a malignant relationship with "the demon Less is More".
Tidewater Unix Users Group The Tidewater Unix User's Group. AKA TWUUG, is a local Unix/Linux User Group serving the Hampton Roads area of Virginia (the seven connected cities in southeastern VA: Norfolk, Portsmouth, Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Suffolk, Hampton, and Newport News.
Tidewater Virginia Tidewater Virginia is commonly used as a term to refer to all portions in Virginia east of the fall line which are located adjacent to tidal waters (generally rivers and the Chesapeake Bay) except (perhaps ironically) the Eastern Shore (which is actually entirely tidal by that definition). In the past, this term was also used for the more narrowly-defined areas of the state now widely called the Hampton Roads region.
Tidjane Thiam Tidjane Thiam (born July 29 1962, CĂ´te d'Ivoire) is managing director, Aviva International, and chief executive Aviva Europe. He was Minister of Planning and Development of CĂ´te d'Ivoire from August 1998 until the coup d'Ă©tat in December 1999.
Tidmouth The fictional borough of Tidmouth is the largest town on the fictional Island of Sodor created by The Rev W Awdry as a setting for his Railway Series children's books. The ancient capital of the island is however the "city" of Suddery.
Tidningarnas TelegrambyrĂĄ Tidningarnas TelegrambyrĂĄ (TT) is a Swedish news agency cooperatively owned by the newspapers and media groups behind them. In rough translation, the name means "The Telegram Bureau of the Newspapers".
Tidong The Tidong are an ethnic group of Borneo, residing primarily in the Bulungan Regency, in the province of East Kalimantan, Indonesia and in the Tawau Division, Sabah, Malaysia. Their numbers are estimated to be around 45,000, with 25,000 residing in Sabah.
Tidore Tidore is an island in the Maluku Islands of eastern Indonesia, just west of the larger island of Halmahera. In the pre-colonial era, Tidore was a major regional political and economic power, and a fierce rival of nearby Ternate, just to the north.
Tidworth Tidworth is a town in south-east Wiltshire, England with a growing civilian population. Situated at the eastern edge of Salisbury Plain, it is approximately 10 miles west of Andover, 12 miles south of Marlborough, 24 miles south of Swindon, 15 miles north by north-east of Salisbury and 6 miles east of Amesbury.
Tidy Trax Tidy Trax is a leading UK based Hard House record label. Sublabels include Untidy Dubs Records (Funky), Tidy Two Records (Hard Trance), Tidy White Records (limited press / experimental) and most recently SYNAPSE Records, headed by Paul Maddox, Guyver and a few of Tidy's new generation producers.
Tie (cavity wall) A tie is a piece of metal which connects the external & internal wall of a cavity wall together. Its design helps the condensed water on the external wall to stay on the external wall & not get into contact with the internal wall.
Tie (music) In music notation, a tie is a curved line connecting the heads of two notes of the same pitch, indicating that they are to be played as a single note with a duration equal to the sum of the individual notes' note values. A tie is similar in appearance to a slur.
Tie bar A tie bar (also tie slide or tie clip) is a neckwear accessory that clips a tie to the fold of a shirt, preventing it from swinging and ensuring the tie hangs straight, resulting in a neat, uniform appearance. Appearing in the 20th century, the tie bar is typically worn by necktie wearing professionals.
Tie down hardware Tie down strap hardware is used to turn webbing into a tie down strap. There are various categories of tie down strap hardware that allow for the creation of a virtually unlimited number of different types of tie down straps.
Tie Domi Tahir "Tie" Domi (born November 1 1969 in Windsor, Ontario) is a retired professional ice hockey player. During a sixteen-year NHL career when he was known for his role as an enforcer, he played for the Toronto Maple Leafs, New York Rangers and Winnipeg Jets.
Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport was a song by Rolf Harris written in 1957, inspired by Harry Belafonte's calypsos, which became a hit across the world in the 1960s. It is about an Australian stockman on his deathbed, the song is one of the best known and most successful Australian songs after Waltzing Matilda.
Tie Ning Tie Ning (éµĺ‡ť) is a Chinese author born in 1957 in Peking, China, with her ancestral hometown in Hebei Province. Her works include short stories, "Ah, Xiangxue"ă€Šĺ“¦ďĽŚé¦™é›Şă€‹, "The Red Shirt Without Buttons"ă€Šć˛’ćś‰ç´ć‰Łçš„ç´…čĄŻčˇ«ă€‹, "June's Big Topic"ă€Šĺ…ćśçš„č©±éˇŚă€‹, "Wheat Straw Stack"ă€ŠéşĄç§¸ĺž›ă€‹, "Cotton Stack"ă€ŠćŁ‰čŠ±ĺž›ă€‹, "The Village Road Takes Me Home", "Rose Door"ă€ŠçŽ«ç‘°é–€ă€‹, "How Long is Forever"ă€Šć°¸é ćś‰ĺ¤šé ă€‹ and "Da Yu Nv"ă€Šĺ¤§ćµ´ĺĄłă€‹ (Big-Bath Woman).
Tie rod A tie rod is a slender structural rod used as a tie and capable of carrying tensile loads only. Since the ratio of its length to the radius of gyration of its cross section is usually very large, it would buckle under the action of compressive forces.
Tie Vapauteen Tie Vapauteen, (The Road to Freedom), was a Finnish-American monthly magazine published by Finnish members of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) from 1919 to 1937. Tie Vapauteen advanced an explicitly anarcho-syndicalist position marked a Marxian economic and class analysis.
Tie Your Mother Down Tie Your Mother Down () is a Queen song, written by guitarist Brian May, which features one of rock music's most recognizable guitar riffs. It was released as a single from the band's 1976 album, A Day at the Races.
Tie-dye Tie-dye is typically brightly colored, patterned clothing or fabric which is made from ordinary cloth, usually cotton, through a resist dyeing process known as tie-dyeing. This is the modern version of a traditional dyeing method, used in many cultures in Asia and Africa.
Tie-in A tie-in is an authorized product that is based on an existing or upcoming media property, such as a movie or video/DVD, computer game, video game, television program/television series, board game, web site, role-playing game or literary property. Tie-ins are released primarily as a way of creating additional income from a property, but also as a means of promotion and increasing the public visibility and awareness of the property.
Tieba TraorĂ© Tieba TraorĂ© was a king of the KĂ©nĂ©dougou Empire who reigned from 1876 until his death in 1893. Son of the previous king, Mansa Douala, TraorĂ© moved the Empire's capital to Sikasso, building a palace on the city's Mamelon hill.
Tieback #A tieback is a loop of cloth, cord, etc, which is placed around a curtain to hold it open to one side. Typically, a tieback will be passed through a [on a hook] attached to the wall, and fastened with a [[knot, button or velcro.
Tiebout model The Tiebout model, also known as Tiebout sorting, Tiebout migration, or Tiebout hypothesis, was a concept developed by economist Charles Tiebout in his article "A Pure Theory of Local Expenditures" (1956). It is a model within public choice that says that individuals will move from one local community to another until they find the one which maximizes their personal utility.
Tiebreak Theatre Company Tiebreak Theatre Company was an English theatre company creating plays and workshops for children and young people. Established in Norwich in 1981 by David Farmer, the company toured 65 productions across the UK and abroad.
Tied aid Tied aid is foreign aid that must be spent in the country providing the aid (the donor country) or in a group of selected countries. A developed country will provide a bilateral loan or grant to a developing country, but mandate that the money be spent on goods or services produced in the selected country.
Tied arch bridge A tied arch bridge is an arch bridge in which the outward-directed horizontal forces of the arch are borne by the bridge deck, rather than the ground or the bridge foundations. The bridge deck ties the ends of the arch together, and is under tension, much like the string of a bow; therefore, this bridge design is sometimes called a bowstring arch bridge.
Tied Test Tied Test refers to two matches of Test cricket, the first in 1960 and the second in 1986, both of which ended as a tie: that is, the aggregate scores of both teams were equal at the conclusion of play, and the side batting last had completed its innings with all 10 batsmen being out. Both Tied Tests involved the Australian cricket team.
Tiedemann Giese Tiedemann Giese (June 1, 1480 - October 23, 1550 in Heilsberg) of the Patrician family Giese from Danzig (GdaĹ„sk) became bishop of Culm (CheĹ‚mno), then Bishop of Warmia. He was the brother of the famous Hanseatic trader Georg Giese.
Tiefling A tiefling (pronounced either as // or //) is a creature in the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy roleplaying game. Tieflings are planetouched â€” descended from evil creatures of the outer planes â€” demons, devils, evil deities and other evil creatures.
Tiefort Mountains The Tiefort Mountains are located in the Mojave Desert in southeastern California in the United States. The range is located at the southern end of the Fort Irwin Military Reservation, and is approximately 12 miles long.
Tiefschwarz Tiefschwarz are a pair of electro house producing brothers, Ali and Basti Schwarz, formed in 1996. Peter Hoff, who runs the Benztown studios in Stuttgart, joined later, and completes the Tiefschwarz production team.
Tieguanyin Tieguanyin (; Min Nan POJ: Thih-koan-im; Cantonese Jyutping: tit8 gwun1 yam1; literally meaning iron guanyin) is a premium variety of Chinese oolong tea associated with Anxi in the Fujian province. Named after the Buddhist deity Guan Yin, it has also been translated as "Iron Goddess of Mercy".
Tieluohan tea Tieluohan is a Si Da Ming Cong and a light Wuyi tea. Tie Luo Han, all but unknown abroad, is the cultivar responsible for one of the four most famous yan cha, the great "rock teas" grown on cliffs in the Wuyi Shan area of Northern Fujian.
Tien len Tien Len is a Vietnamese Card Game from which games such as President originated. Also called Thirteen, or Killer in other areas of the world, Tien len is intended for up to 4 players, though modifications to the rules can allow for 2-3 players.
Tien-te Sheng-chiao Tien-te Sheng-chiao () is a religious group that is one of the Way of former Heaven Sects. The Way of former Heaven sects are syncretic religious groupings that aspire unity of Buddhism and other religions, the largest one of these groupings being I-Kuan Tao.
Tienen Tienen (French: Tirlemont) is a municipality in the province of Flemish Brabant, in Flanders, one of the three regions of Belgium. The municipality comprises the city of Tienen proper and the towns of Bost, Goetsenhoven, Hakendover, Kumtich, Oorbeek, Oplinter, Sint-Margriete-Houtem and Vissenaken.
Tiento Tiento is a musical form originating in Spain in the mid-15th century. It is formally analogous to the fantasia (fantasy), found in England, Germany, and the Low Countries, and also the ricercare, first found in Italy.
Tientsin Incident Tientsin Incident was the blockade by the Japanese occupying army in China of the British and French settlements in the North China Treaty Port of Tientsin in June 1939. Originating as a minor administrative dispute and escalated into a major international issue.
Tier 1 capital Tier 1 capital is the core measure of a bank's financial strength from a regulator's point of view. It consists of the types of financial capital considered the most reliable and liquid, primarily Shareholders' equity.
Tier 1 network A Tier 1 Network is an IP network (typically but not necessarily an Internet Service Provider) which connects to the entire Internet solely via Settlement Free Interconnection, commonly known as peering. Another name for a Tier 1 network is "transit-free", because it does not receive a full transit table from any other network.
Tier 1b Tier 1b is Burt Rutan's nickname for the SpaceShipTwo/White Knight Two suborbital tourist human spaceflight platform in development at Scaled Composites with Mojave Aerospace Ventures by The Spaceship Company for Virgin Galactic.
Tier 2 capital Tier 2 capital is a measure of a bank's financial strength with regard to the second most reliable form of financial capital, from a regulator's point of view. The forms of banking capital were largely standardised in the Basel I accord, issued by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision and left untouched by the Basel II accord.
Tier One Tier One is Scaled Composites' program of suborbital human spaceflight using the reusable spacecraft SpaceShipOne and its launcher White Knight. The craft are designed by Burt Rutan, and the project is funded 20 million US Dollars by Paul Allen.
Tierce The tierce is an old English unit of wine casks, holding about 159 litres. From 1824 on it was defined by English law to be 35 imperial gallons, before that (and still in the USA) it was 42 wine gallonsâ€”the difference being less than tenth a percent.
Tiered Internet A Tiered Internet generally relates to a proposed new internet architecture that would allow telecommunications providers to divide traffic over their lines into different tiers. High speed tiers can be dedicated for websites with large broadband applications such as voice and streaming video.
Tiergarten SchĂ¶nbrunn Tiergarten SchĂ¶nbrunn (German for SchĂ¶nbrunn Zoo) is a zoo located in the grounds of the famous SchĂ¶nbrunn Palace in Vienna, Austria. It was founded as imperial menagerie in 1752 and due to its local continuity it is the oldest zoo in the world.
Tiergartenstrasse Tiergartenstrasse (or TiergartenstraĂźe: see "Ăź") is a street in the centre of Berlin, the capital of Germany. The street runs roughly east-west along the southern edge of the Tiergarten, a large forested park on the western side of the city centre, from Kemperplatz in the east to the intersection of HofjĂ¤gerallee and KlingelhĂ¶ferstrasse in the west.
Tieri, Queensland Tieri (population 1600) is a town in Queensland, Australia, located in Peak Downs Shire. Established in 1983, the town - like nearby Middlemount and Dysart - is a service centre for nearby coal mines (the German Creek, Oaky Creek and Gregory Crinum mines are close to Tieri).
Tierkreis (Stockhausen) Tierkreis (1974-75) is a musical composition by the German composer Karlheinz Stockhausen. The title is the German word for Zodiac, and the composition consists of twelve melodies, each representing one sign of the zodiac.
Tierra (group) Tierra is a Latin R&B group that was established in the late 1970s by former El Chicano members Steve Salas (trombone and percussion), Rudy Salas (guitar), David Torres (Keyboards) and Andre Baeza (percussion). The other original members were Bobby Navarrete (reeds), Joey Guerra (keys), Steve Falomir (bass), and Philip Madayag (drums).
Tierra Blanca Mountains The Tierra Blanca Mountains are located in southern California between the Vallecito Mountains and the In-Ko-Pah Mountains. The range is located to the west of the San Diego County community of Canebrake and the Carrizo Badlands.
Tierra caliente Tierra caliente (Spanish for hot land) is a term used in Latin America to refer to those places within that realm which have a distinctly tropical climate. The Tierra caliente forms at Sea Level to about 2500 ft.
Tierra Comunera Tierra Comunera-Partido Nacionalista Castellano (in English: Commoners' land) is a nationalist political party in the Spanish historical region of Castile. It is modelled after the Basque and Catalan nationalist parties but does not advocate full independence for Castile, instead favoring cooperation or unification among what they call the five Castilian regions within Spain (Castilla y LeĂłn, Castilla-La Mancha, Madrid, Cantabria and La Rioja).
Tierra del Fuego Tierra del Fuego (Spanish for "Land of Fire") (English pronunciation ; Spanish ) is an archipelago, 28,476 sq mi (73,753 kmÂ˛), separated from the southernmost tip of the South American mainland by the Strait of Magellan. The southern point of the archipelago forms Cape Horn.
Tierra del Fuego Province, Chile The Chilean Tierra del Fuego Province (in Spanish Provincia de Tierra del Fuego) is located on the Chilean part of the main island of Tierra del Fuego. It is part of the Magallanes y la AntĂˇrtica Chilena region.
Tierra del Fuego, Antarctica, and South Atlantic Islands Province Tierra del Fuego, Antarctica, and South Atlantic Islands (Spanish: Provincia de Tierra del Fuego, AntĂˇrtida e Islas del AtlĂˇntico Sur) is a province entirely separated by the Strait of Magellan from mainland Argentina on the Isla Grande of Tierra del Fuego, which it shares with Chile to the west. In addition to the Argentine part of Tierra del Fuego, the province also encompasses Argentine claims to Antarctica, and to the Falkland Islands(also called the Malvinas).
Tierra frĂa Tierra fria (Spanish for cold land) is a pseudoclimatological term used in Latin America to refer to mountain locations within that realm, where high altitude results in a markedly cooler climate than that encountered in the lowlands at a comparable latitude.
Tierra Santa Tierra Santa is a heavy metal band from La Rioja (Spain) that was formed in 1997 by Ăngel, Arturo, Roberto, IĂ±aki and Tomy. With much effort they are autoproduced and time later they go on tour with Avalanch and MĂ¤go de Oz.
Tierra templada Tierra templada (Spanish for temperate land) is a pseudoclimatological term used in Latin America to refer to places within that realm which are either located in the tropics at a moderately high elevation, or are marginally outside the astronomical tropics, producing a somewhat cooler overall climate than that found in the tropical lowlands, the zone of which is known as the tierra caliente.
Tierra Verde Tierra Verde (ç›çż ĺŤŠĺł¶) is a private housing estate located in the north-eastern Tsing Yi Island, Hong Kong. It was built and developed by the MTR Corporation Limited in conjunction with the opening of Tsing Yi station.
Ties Kruize Ties Kruize (born on November 17, 1952 in The Hague) is a former field hockey player from The Netherlands, who represented Holland three times at the Summer Olympics: 1972, 1976 and 1984. He became world champion in 1973, European champion in 1983, and retired from international competition in 1986, after the Hockey World Cup in London.
TietĂŞ River The TietĂŞ River (Portuguese: Rio TietĂŞ) is a river in the Brazilian state of SĂŁo Paulo. This highly polluted river runs for 700 miles before joining the ParanĂˇ River, making it around the 130th longest river in the world.
Tietze transformations In group theory, Tietze transformations are used to transform a given presentation of a group into another, often simpler presentation of the same group. These transformations are named after Heinrich Franz Friedrich Tietze who introduced them in a paper in 1908.
TiEmu TiEmu is an emulator that works on many different operating systems like Linux/Unix, Mac OS, FreeBSD, Microsoft Windows and so on. TiEmu is an emulator that emulates the Motorola 68000 series Texas Instruments Graphing Calculators (TI-89, TI-89 Titanium, TI-92, TI-92 Plus and Voyage 200).
Tifa (musician) Mladen VojiÄŤiÄ‡, widely known by the nickname/stagename Tifa (born October 17 1960, Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia) is a rock vocalist. He became famous throughout former Yugoslavia for his brief stint as the lead singer of Bijelo dugme in mid-1980s.
Tiferet (Kabbalah) Tiferet ("Adornment", Hebrew: ×Ş×¤××¨×Ş ) or Tifereth, Tipheret, Tiphereth - also known as Rakhamim ("Mercy", Hebrew: ×¨×—×ž×™×ť ) or Shalom ("Peace", Hebrew: ×©×ś×•×ť ) - is the sixth sfira in the Tree of Life in Kabbalah, which is the spirituality of Rabbinic Judaism. It has the common association of "Spirituality", "Balance", "Integration", "Beauty", "Miracles", "Compassion", and "Masculinity".
Tiferet Yisrael The Tiferet Yisrael Synagogue was one of the most outstanding synagogues in the Old City of Jerusalem which was destroyed by the Jordanians in the 1948 Israel War of Independence. Named after Rabbi Israel Friedman of Ruzhin, it was also known as the Nissan Bek Shul after its founder Rabbi Nissan Beck.
Tiffani Faison Tiffani Faison (born October, 1977 in Germany) was a contestant and one of two finalists on the first season of the Bravo's reality television program Top Chef. Faison stated that if she had won she would have used the prize money to pay off bills and travel through Europe to broaden her culinary education.
Tiffany (album) Tiffany is the self-titled debut album by Tiffany, released in May, 1987 (see 1987 in music). Tiffany had begun working with manager/producer George Tobin several years earlier, with some of the tracks recorded as early as when she was 12 years old, in 1984; the album was released early in 1987.
Tiffany (movie studio) Tiffany Productions Inc. a Hollywood movie studio also known as Tiffany Studios or Tiffany-Stahl Productions which produced or distributed about 140 films, including some in Technicolor, from 1922 to 1932, when the studio filed for bankruptcy.
Tiffany Aching Tiffany Aching is a trainee witch whose growth into her job forms one of the many arcs in Terry Pratchett's satirical Discworld series of fantasy novels. She is the main character in The Wee Free Men, A Hat Full of Sky and Wintersmith.
Tiffany Blum-Deckler Tiffany Blum-Deckler is a member of the Lawndale Fashion Club in the MTV animated series Daria, voiced by Ashley Albert. She is of Asian decent, though may be adopted or parents may have married someone else if her last name is any indication.
Tiffany Dupont Tiffany Dupont (born 22 March 1981) is an actress, known for playing the lead character, Hadassah, a Jewish girl, who will become the Biblical Esther, Queen of Persia, in the Christian Hollywood film One Night with the King.
Tiffany glass Tiffany glass is the generic name used here to describe the many and varied types of glass developed and produced by Louis Comfort Tiffany, (1848-1933), one of the most famous stained glass artists of the United States and remembered not only for his windows but for decorative glass objects, in particular so-called Tiffany lamps.
Tiffany Gore Tiffany Gore is a singer from Cambridge, England. As well as providing the lead vocals on "Dance" by Medcab she has sung as a session singer on tracks such as "Star to Fall" by Cabin Crew, "On and On" by Estelle, "Young and Beautiful" by The Young Punx and a remix of "Stoned in Love" by Chicane and Tom Jones.
Tiffany Chapman Tiffany Chapman was born in Oldham, Greater Manchester, September 3 1979 is a British actress, most famous for her role as Rachel Jordache (later known as Rachel Dixon) in the soap opera Brookside, which she played from 1993 until the show ended in 2003. She has also released a fitness video and appeared in Celebrity Wrestling.
Tiffany Kowalski Tiffany Kowalski is an American violinist and singer. She has been associated with many bands from or with ties to Nebraska and the Saddle Creek record label, including Lullaby for the Working Class, Bright Eyes, Head of Femur, and Mayday.
Tiffany Lee Brown Tiffany Lee Brown is an American writer, performer, and interdisciplinary artist. She is an editor at 2GQ (2 Gyrlz Quarterly) and at Plazm magazine; she was formerly an editor at Anodyne magazine, Signum Press online, Future Sex magazine, and the Fringe Ware Review.
Tiffany Lei Tiffany Lei was signed to "StarWest Records" in 2003 and has so far released one single entitled "Sagashiteiru". A track she recorded called "Desire" was used as the ending theme to the "KAGE Productions" radio drama "Soul Heaven" in late 2004.
Tiffany Lords Tiffany Lords (ă†ă‚Łă•ă‚ˇă‹ăĽă»ăăĽă‚ş) is a video game character from the Rival Schools series. A foreign exchange student from the United States, she is a second-year student at Pacific High School, and is a member of the school's cheerleading squad.
Tiffany Moore Darlene Tiffany Moore (aka Tiffany Moore) was a twelve-year-old girl from Boston who was murdered while sitting on her front stoop on the evening of August 19, 1988. An unintended victim of the city's then out of control gang violence, Moore was caught in the crossfire and shot three times by gang members as she talked with friends on the front steps of her tenement in the Boston's Dorchester neighborhood.
Tiffany Ten Eyck Tiffany Ten Eyck is a Detroit-based journalist and labor activist who writes on labor and workplace issues. Ten Eyck is on staff at Labor Notes, the largest circulation cross-union national publication remaining in the United States.
Tiffany Williamson Tiffany Williamson (born in South Carolina) is an American corporate lawyer who qualified for the 2005 World Series of Poker (WSOP) in the Gutshot Poker Club and went on to finish in 15th place, earning $400,000, after having spent just one year learning the game. The finish was the highest by a female in the WSOP Main Event since Annie Duke's 10th place finish in 2000.
Tiffin Tiffin is an Indian and British term for a light meal eaten during the day. The word became popular in British India, deriving from tiffing, an old English dialect or slang word for taking a little drink or sip.
Tiffin River The Tiffin River is a tributary of the Maumee River, approximately 75 mi (121 km) long, in southeastern Michigan and northwestern Ohio in the United States. It drains a primarily rural farming region in the watershed of Lake Erie.