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TWiki TWiki is a structured wiki, typically used to run a collaboration platform, knowledge or document management system, a knowledge base, or any other groupware application. Web content can be created collaboratively by using just a browser over the Internet or an intranet.
TWINKLE TWINKLE is a hypothetical integer factorization device described in 1999 by Adi Shamir and purported to be capable of factoring 512-bit integers. The name is an acronym of "The Weizmann Institute Key Locating Engine".
TWIRL In cryptography and number theory, TWIRL (The Weizmann Institute Relation Locator) is a hypothetical hardware device designed to speed up the sieving step of the general number field sieve integer factorization algorithm. During the sieving step, the algorithm searches for numbers with a certain mathematical relationship.
TWMN TWMN, short for Thessaloniki's Wireless Metropolitan Network, is a user community in the city of Thessaloniki,Greece. The purpose of the community is to promote the usage of wireless networking in the region of Thessaloniki and to create a city-wide wireless network that connects all parts of the city through multiple wireless broadband connections.
Txabi Etxebarrieta Txabi Etxebarrieta (born 14 October 1944, Bilbao â€“ died 7 June 1968) was a Basque nationalist and anti-fascist who was a popular leader of the armed separatist organisation Euskadi ta Askatasuna (ETA). He was killed after a confrontation with the Guardia Civil.
Txindoki Txindoki is an iconic mountain (1,346 m) located in the region of Goiherri, Gipuzkoa, in the Basque Country Autonomous Community of Spain. It's sometimes referred to as the Basque Cervino because of its pyramidal shape.
TxtSQL txtSQL (pronounced "text-sequel") is an object-oriented (OOP) flat-file database management system written in PHP. Working on ordinary textfiles with increased file-security, it offers support for a small subset of SQL and is extremely efficient in terms of execution time.
TX-0 The TX-0, for Transistorized Experimental computer zero but affectionately referred to as tixo (pronouced "tix oh"), was an early fully transistorized computer and contained a then-huge 64K of 18-bit words of core memory. TX-0 went online in 1956 and was used continually into the 1960s.
TX-2 The MIT Lincoln Laboratory TX-2 computer was the successor to the Lincoln TX-0 and was known for its role in advancing both artificial intelligence and human-computer interaction. The TX-2 was a transistor-based computer using the then-huge amount of 64K 36-bit words of core memory.
TXL (programming language) TXL is a special-purpose programming language originally designed by Charles Halpern-Hamu and James Cordy at the University of Toronto in 1985. The acronym "TXL" originally stood for "Turing eXtender Language" after the language's original purpose, the specification and rapid prototyping of variants and extensions of the Turing programming language, but no longer has any meaningful interpretation.
TXTMob TXTmob is a service, similar to electronic mailing lists, that lets you share SMS text messages with friends and total strangers alike. You can sign up to send and receive messages to and from various groups, which are organized around a range of different topics.
Ty Burrell Ty Burrell, (born August 22, 1967 in Grants Pass, Oregon) , is an American film and television actor. He was recently cast as Oliver Barnes, a shallow but well-meaning plastic surgeon, on the CBS sitcom Out of Practice.
Ty Cline Tyrone Alexander Cline (born June 15, 1939 in Hampton, South Carolina) was a Major League baseball player, primarily an outfielder for the Cleveland Indians (1960-62), Milwaukee Braves (1963-65), Chicago Cubs (1966), Atlanta Braves (1966-67), San Francisco Giants (1967-68), Montreal Expos (1969-70) and Cincinnati Reds (1970-71).
Ty Cobb Tyrus Raymond "Ty" Cobb (December 18, 1886 â€“ July 17, 1961), nicknamed "The Georgia Peach", was a Hall of Fame baseball player. When he retired in 1928, he was the holder of ninety major league records.
Ty Cobb Museum The Ty Cobb Museum was created to foster education and understanding to the broadest possible audience of the greatest baseball hitter of all time, Tyrus Raymond Cobb. The museum fosters education and understanding of baseball and Ty Cobb by providing art and memorabilia, film, video, books and historical archives.
Ty Conklin Ty Conklin (born March 30, 1976, Anchorage, Alaska) is a goaltender with the Columbus Blue Jackets of the National Hockey League. He went undrafted, despite repeated honours in the United States Hockey League and the NCAA.
Ty Conn Tyrone Williams "Ty" Conn (January 18, 1967 â€“ May 20, 1999) was a Canadian bank robber. He was the only person in the last four decades to escape over the wall from the Kingston Penitentiary, one of Canada's most secure and notorious prisons.
Ty Detmer Ty Hubert Detmer (born October 30, 1967 in San Marcos, Texas), is a former American football quarterback who starred at Brigham Young University. Detmer holds many records for his performance as BYU's quarterback and won the Heisman Trophy in 1990.
Ty Glas railway station Ty Glas railway station is a railway stations serving business and industrial sites in Llanishen and Heath, Cardiff. It is located on the Coryton Line, merely a quarter of a mile from the next station along at Birchgrove.
Ty Helfrich Emory Wilbur "Ty" Helfrich (Born: October 9, 1890 in Pleasantville, New Jersey; died March 18, 1955 in Pleasantville, New Jersey) played second base for the 1915 Brooklyn Tip-Tops of the Federal League. That season was the only season he played Major League Baseball.
Ty Herndon Ty Herndon (born Boyd Tyrone Herndon on May 2, 1962 in Meridian, Mississippi) is an American country music singer from Butler, Alabama. Herndon shot to fame in the mid 1990s, when his debut single, "What Mattered Most", hit #1 on Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart.
Ty Jones Ty Jones (born May 24, 1978, in Richland, Washington, USA) is an American professional ice hockey winger. He was drafted in the first round of the 1997 NHL Entry Draft with the 16th overall pick by the Chicago Blackhawks.
Ty Longley Ty Longley (September 4, 1971 â€“ February 20, 2003) was an American guitarist and vocalist. He was born September 4, 1971 in Sharon, Pennsylvania, and graduated from Brookfield High School in Brookfield, Ohio.
Ty Mawr Wybrnant Ty Mawr is situated in the beautiful and secluded Wybrnant valley, in the parish of Penmachno, near Betws-y-Coed in North Wales, and was the birthplace of Bishop William Morgan, first translator of the whole Bible into Welsh.
Ty Miller Ty Wesley Miller (born September 26, 1964 in Granada Hills, California) is an American actor, probably most well known for his role as The Kid on The Young Riders, which ran for three seasons. He has guest-starred on such shows as The X-Files, Melrose Place, Highway to Heaven, General Hospital, and more recently Without a Trace (in a recurring role) and Nip/Tuck.
Ty Olsson Ty Olsson is a Canadian actor born in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada and has had about 67 secondary and minor roles in famous films. His most prominent and noticeable role is as the voice actor of Herry in the hit Canadian television series Class of the Titans.
Ty Van Burkleo Tyler Lee Van Burkleo (born October 7, 1963 in Oakland, California) is the current hitting coach for the Oakland Athletics and a former first baseman in Major League Baseball. He played for two different major league teams in his career: the California Angels (1993) and Colorado Rockies (1994).
Ty Williams Ty Williams (born November 27 1980 in Innisfail, Queensland) is a rugby league player for the North Queensland Cowboys in the National Rugby League competition. Once scored 42 tries in a season as a centre for the innisfail leprechauns in the cairns and district a-grade comp.
Tya In astronomy, geology, and paleontology, tya, sometimes also kya, is an acronym for thousand years ago and is used as a unit of time to denote length of time before the present. The popular term 'kya' is replaced in scientific literature with ka (kilo annum).
Tyagaraja Aradhana The Tyagaraja Aradhana festival is held in January when most of the leading exponents of Carnatic music come to perform and are watched by thousands of ardent fans of Indian classical music. A huge complex is now under construction at Thiruvaiyaru at this site to accommodate the large audience that come to the concert in ever increasing numbers every year.
Tyalgum, New South Wales Tyalgum is a rural village of 700 people located in the Tweed Shire, in north-eastern New South Wales, Australia. Located approximately 18 minutes from Murwillumbah, 45 minutes from the Gold Coast, Queensland and two hours from Brisbane.
TyaliĂ« TyelelliĂ©va TyaliĂ« TyelelliĂ©va is a journal on Tolkienian linguistics edited by Lisa Star since 1994. It publishes poems and other texts in the Elvish languages as well as articles about the languages and alphabets of Middle-earth.
Tyana Tyana is a Roman Catholic titular archbishopric in the former Roman province of Cappadocia Prima, with as see an ancient city of Anatolia, in modern south-central Turkey, capital of a Hittite kingdom in the 2d millennium B.C..
Tyaughton Creek Tyaughton Creek is a 50 kilometre tributary of British Columbia's Bridge River, entering the main flow oi that river about mid-way along the length of Carpenter Lake, a reservoir formed by Terzaghi Dam of the Bridge River Power Project.
TyÄgarÄja TyÄgarÄja (Telugu: ŕ°¶ŕ±Ťŕ°°ŕ±€ ŕ°¤ŕ±Ťŕ°Żŕ°ľŕ°—ŕ°°ŕ°ľŕ°ś;Tamil: ŕ®¤ŕ®żŕ®Żŕ®ľŕ®•ŕ®°ŕ®ľŕ®ś ŕ®šŕŻŕ®µŕ®ľŕ®®ŕ®żŕ®•ŕ®łŕŻŤ d. 1847) was a composer of Carnatic music, who along with his contemporaries Muthuswami Dikshitar and Syama Sastri forms the trinity of Carnatic Music composers.
Tybee Bomb The Tybee Bomb is a 7,600 pound (3,500 kg) Mark 15 hydrogen bomb that was lost in the waters off Savannah, Georgia on February 5,1958. The bomb was jettisoned during a practice exercise after a B-47 bomber carrying it collided in midair with an F-86 fighter plane.
Tyber Cranstoun Tyber Cranstoun is one half of a busking duo called The Dualers with hi brother Si Cranstoun. They perform a unique blend of ska, soul and reggae both on the streets in South East England, and at their own concerts in clubs and theatres.
Tyburn, London Tyburn was a former village in the county of Middlesex which now forms part of London's City of Westminster. It took its name from the Tyburn or Ty Bourne (two brooks), a tributary of the River Thames which is now completely covered over between its source and its outfall into the Thames at Vauxhall.
Tyce Carlson Brendyn "Tyce" Carlson (born September 3, 1970, Indianapolis, Indiana), is a former driver in the Indy Racing League. He raced in the 1996-2002 seasons with 30 career starts, including 2 at the Indianapolis 500.
Tycoon City: New York Tycoon City: New York is a 2006 tycoon computer game where players are tasked with developing New York City, specifically the island of Manhattan. The game also allows players to build many of the city's most celebrated landmarks, including the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, the Statue of Liberty, and the Woolworth Building.
Tydavnet Tydavnet or sometimes Tedavnet (Derived from the Irish Gaelic name of Tigh Damhnait, meaning House of Dymphna) is a small village in the north of County Monaghan, in the Republic of Ireland, and also the name of the parish in which the village is located. Both the Church of Ireland and Catholic church have Tydavnet named as a parish and in both cases, the geographical area is almost identical.
Tydings-McDuffie Act The Tydings-McDuffie Act (officially the Philippine Independence Act; Public Law 73-127) approved on March 24, 1934 was a United States federal law which provided for self-government of the Philippines and for Filipino independence (from the United States) after a period of ten years.
Tye Fields Walter Tyson "Tye" Fields (born February 8, 1975, Missoula, Montana) is an American heavyweight boxer who as of July 15, 2006 has a record of 37 wins and 1 loss. He has beaten credible opponents such as Saul Montana, Bruce Seldon, Sedreck Fields, Maurice Harris and Ray Lunsford.
Tyeb Mehta Tyeb Mehta is an Indian artist from Mumbai. Born in 1925 in Kapadvanj, a town in the Indian state of Gujarat, he holds the record for the highest price an Indian painting has ever sold in a public auction ($317,500 USD or 15 million Indian rupees) for Celebration at Christie's in 2002.
Tyee High School Tyee High School is a public high school campus located in SeaTac, Washington, and is part of the Highline School District. It consists of three small schools, the Academy of Citizenship and Empowerment, Global Connections High School, and Odyssey â€” The Essential School.
Tyers River railway station, Victoria Tyers River was a railway station on the Walhalla narrow gauge line in Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. The station was closed in 1916 due to lack of patronage, the station was located just 885m from Gould station.
Tyers Valley Tramway The Tyers Valley Tramway was a narrow gauge timber tramway built by the Forestry Commission of Victoria to exploit timber resorces on the slopes of Mt Baw Baw, Victoria. The tramway met with the Victorian Railways narrow gauge line from Moe to Walhalla at Collins Siding, and was built to the same gauge.
Tyg A Tyg is a large English mug with three or more handles dividing the rim into sections for several drinkers. These tall, black-glazed, red-bodied drinking vessels were produced from the 15th century through the first half of the 17th century, peaking in popularity during the 16th and 17th centuries.
Tygarts Creek Tygarts Creek is a tributary of the Ohio River, about 90 mi (145 km) long, in northeastern Kentucky in the United States.Columbia Gazetteer of North America entry Via the Ohio, it is part of the watershed of the Mississippi River.
Tygers Of Pan Tang Tygers Of Pan Tang is a New Wave Of British Heavy Metal band originating from Whitley Bay in the North-East of England, formed in 1978. The name of the band derives from an elite group of warriors in Michael Moorcock's Elric stories called the Tigers of Pan Tang.
Tygo Gernandt Tygo Gernandt (born April 7, 1974 in Amsterdam) is a Dutch television, film and voice actor. He has played in several Dutch movies, among them Van God Los (Godforsaken), Eilandgasten, Schnitzelparadijs and De Dominee.
Tygodnik Powszechny Tygodnik Powszechny (translates as 'Universal Weekly'), is a Roman Catholic weekly newspaper, published in KrakĂłw, Poland. It provided a fairly free voice for Catholics during the Communist era and today is considered the voice of liberal Catholics in Poland.
Tygron Tygron Serious Gaming and Media was founded in 2005 by Maxim KnepflĂ© and Jeroen Warmerdam as a Serious Gaming and Media company in Delft, The Netherlands. Since then the focus of the company has moved away from the Media and has narrowed towards Serious Gaming.
Tyche In Greek mythology, Tyche (Î¤ĎŤĎ‡Î·,meaning "luck" in greek,Roman equivalent: Fortuna) was the presiding tutelary deity that governed the fortune and prosperity of a city, its destiny. Increasingly during the Hellenistic period cities had their own specific iconic version of Tyche, wearing a mural crown, that is a crown like the walls of the city.
Tycho Brahe , born Tyge Ottesen Brahe (December 14 1546 â€“ October 24 1601), was a Danish (Scanian) nobleman best known today as an early astronomer, though in his lifetime he was also well known as an astrologer and alchemist.
Tycho Celchu Tycho Celchu (sÉ›ltĘu) is a starfighter pilot and military official in the fictional Star Wars Universe. He was seen briefly in Return of the Jedi and was later featured in the Expanded Universe X-Wing comics by Michael Stackpole, and the novels by Stackpole and Aaron Allston.
Tycho Magnetic Anomaly TMA-1 Tycho Magnetic Anomaly-1 (also known as TMA-1) is a fictional phenomenon in the movie 2001: A Space Odyssey and the book of the same name. TMA-1 refers to the apparent magnetic irregularity found at the Tycho crater on the moon surface by American astronauts.
Tychonic system The Tychonic system (or Tychonian system) was a model of the solar system published by Tycho Brahe which combined what he saw as the mathematical benefits of the Copernican system with the philosophical and "physical" benefits of the Ptolemaic system. The model was most probably designed by a silesian mathematician and astronomer Paul WittichOwen Gingerich, The Book Nobody Read: Chasing the Revolutions of Nicolaus Copernicus, Penguin, ISBN-10: 0143034766.
Tying Tying is the practice of making the sale of one good (the tying good) to the de facto or de jure customer conditional on the purchase of a second distinctive good (the tied good). A classic example of de facto tying is the selling of razors at a loss and making the profit on the blades.
Tyke (elephant) "Tyke" was a circus elephant who on August 20, 1994 in Honolulu, Hawaii, killed her trainer, Allen Campbell, and mauled her groom Dallas Beckwith causing severe injuries during a Circus International performance before hundreds of horrified spectators at the Neal Blaisdell Center. Tyke then bolted from the arena and ran through downtown streets of Kakaako for more than thirty minutes.
Tyldesley Tyldesley (pronounced "tilds-lee") is a town in the Metropolitan Borough of Wigan, Greater Manchester, north-west England. It is situated seven miles south-east of Wigan and has a population of 34,022 (2001 census), up from 30,606 in 1991.
Tylenol Tylenol is a popular American brand of drugs for relieving pain, reducing fever, and relieving the symptoms of allergies, cold, cough, flu, sold by Johnson & Johnson. The name is derived from N-aceTYL-p-aminophENOL (APAP).
Tylenol PM Tylenol PM is the trademark for a mixture of paracetamol (acetaminophen) and diphenhydramine, distributed by Johnson & Johnson. It is marketed as a combined analgesic and sedative, or more simply, pain reliever and sleep aid, intended to treat occasional headaches and minor aches and pains with accompanying sleeplessness.
Tyler (Masonic) Tyler (or Tiler) is the name of the office of outer guard of a Masonic Lodge. Early speculative Masonic lodges met in rooms in taverns and other public meeting places, and all Lodges appoint a Tyler to guard the door from unqualified, malicious or simply curious people.
Tyler Arnason Tyler Arnason (Born March 16 1979, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma) is a professional ice hockey centre for the Colorado Avalanche in the National Hockey League who has also played for the Chicago Blackhawks and Ottawa Senators.
Tyler Bingham Tyler Bingham is an alleged lieutenant in the Aryan Brotherhood prison gang. Along with three other "leaders", Bingham is being prosecuted on racketeering and conspiracy charges for actions made while in prison, ordering killings and beatings from his cell.
Tyler Block The Tyler Block was a three-story building in Louisville, Kentucky best known for its landmark 200-foot-wide Renaissance Revival limestone facade. It was located on the north side of Jefferson Street between Third and Fourth streets.
Tyler Brayton Tyler Brayton (born November 20, 1979 in Richland, Washington) is an American football player who currently plays defensive end, and occasionally outside line backer for the Oakland Raiders. In 47 games at the University of Colorado, he recorded 152 tackles with 12.
Tyler courthouse shooting The Tyler courthouse shootout refers to a February 24, 2005, incident in which David Hernandez Arroyo Sr. opened fire on his ex-wife and son in front of the Smith County Courthouse in Tyler, Texas, then engaged law enforcement officers in a shootout.
Tyler Cassity Tyler Cassity rose to prominence in the death care industry by taking a bankrupt cemetery in a borderline part of Los Angeles and turning it into Hollywood Forever, where he had movies projected on the side of Rudolph Valentinoâ€™s mausoleum, and displayed his â€śLifeStories,â€ť which are A&E-style video biographies of the dead.
Tyler Curtain Tyler Curtain (b. July 13, 1966) is Associate Professor of English and Comparative Literature at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and is an influential theorist of evolution, sexuality, and cybernetics.
Tyler Denk Tyler Denk is a male model and a recovering drug addict notable for his appearance on The Amazing Race 10, which he had won along with teammate James Branaman. Denk and Branaman both traveled four continents, 13 countries and 44,000 miles before crossing the finish line in Garrison, New York.
Tyler Drumheller Tyler Drumheller is the former chief of the CIA covert operations in Europe, who has said that the CIA had credible sources discounting some weapons of mass destruction claims before the 2003 Invasion of Iraq. He received and discounted documents central to the Niger yellowcake forgery prior to the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
Tyler Edey Tyler Edey is a Canadian pocket billiards player. During the 2006 Men's World 9-Ball Championship he survived the group stages, the round of 64 and the round of 32, but was eliminated in the round of 16 by Liu Cheng-chuan.
Tyler Elverud As one half of Nickelodeonâ€™s hit TV duo, â€śTyler and Joshâ€ť (2004- ), Tyler Elverud was a talented double-threat with an already lengthy acting resume at the age of 19, as well as a budding music career as a performer and television composer.
Tyler Farrar Tyler Farrar (born 02 June 1984 in Wenatchee, Washington) is a American professional road racing cyclist since 2003. In 2006, he rides on the UCI ProTour for the Cofidis, Le CrĂ©dit par TĂ©lĂ©phone cycling team.
Tyler Florence Tyler Florence (born March 3, 1971) is a chef and television star of several Food Network shows. He graduated from the College of Culinary Arts at the Charleston, South Carolina, campus of Johnson & Wales University in 1991.
Tyler Hamilton Tyler Hamilton (born March 1 1971, Marblehead, Massachusetts) is an American professional road bicycle racer and Olympic gold medalist. He served a two-year suspension for blood doping, which expired in September 2006.
Tyler Hamilton (reporter) Tyler Jay Hamilton (born June 6, 1970, in Mississauga, Ontario) is an author, Canadian blogger, and energy reporter/business columnist with the Toronto Star, Canada's largest daily-circulation newspaper. He writes a bi-weekly column called Cleak Break that focuses on trends and developments in the clean technology and renewable energy markets.
Tyler Hansbrough Andrew Tyler Hansbrough (born November 3, 1985 in Columbia, Missouri) is a power forward for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill men's basketball team. In high school he helped his team, the Poplar Bluff Mules, to back to back Missouri state championships in the MSHSAA (Missouri State High School Activities Association) Class 5 for the 2003-2004 and 2004-2005 seasons.
Tyler Hill Camp Tyler Hill Camp, developed on the grounds of the Wayne County Country Club in 1955, is located in Pocono Mountains region of Wayne County, Pennsylvania, USA. For over 50 years, Tyler Hill Camp became the summer home for children from New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Florida and even as far away as Israel, France and Mexico.
Tyler Hoechlin Tyler Lee Hoechlin (born September 11, 1987 in Riverside, California) is an American actor who got his big break starring alongside Tom Hanks in the film Road to Perdition (2002) as Michael Sullivan Jr. He beat over 2,000 other kids for the role, including his younger brother, Tanner Hoechlin.
Tyler Jordan Tyler jordan is a critically acclaimed illustrator who has brought a keen sense of style to a very broad range of subjects. His illustrations involve everything from microcosmic civilizations to seascapes and impressionistic Italy using styles such as realism, surrealism, and impressionism.
Tyler Junior College Tyler Junior College is a two-year community college in Tyler, Texas. It is considered to be the state's largest single-campus community college; a separate West Campus is primarily used for continuing education and vocational training programs.
Tyler Roughnecks The Tyler Roughnecks were a minor league baseball team located in Tyler, Texas. The team, which existed for one season (2001), played in the independent All-American Association, and was un-affiliated with any major league baseball team.
Tyler Simpson Tyler Simpson (born August 28, 1985 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia) is an Australian football (soccer) player who plays as a central or rightsided defender. Tyler previously played for the Queensland Roar in the first season of the A-League competition and played one game for Perth Glory in their opening game against the Queensland Roar FC of the 2006/2007 season.
Tyler Walker Tyler Lanier Walker (born May 15, 1976 in San Francisco, California) is a Major League Baseball pitcher who currently plays for the San Francisco Giants. He is an alumnus of San Francisco University High School and University of California, Berkeley.
Tyler Wildcatters The Tyler WildCatters were a minor league baseball team located in Tyler, Texas. The team, which existed from 1994 to 1997, played in the independent Texas-Louisiana League, and was un-affiliated with any major league baseball team.
Tyler/Vernon Station Tyler/Vernon Station is a DART light rail station located in the Oak Cliff neighborhood of Dallas, Texas at Tyler Street and Vernon Avenue. It opened on June 14, 1996 and is a station on the Red Line, serving the nearby residential and commercial areas.
Tylersville, Ohio Tylersville (also known as Pug Muncy) was an unincorporated community of Union Township, Butler County, Ohio. It was laid out in 1842 by Daniel Pocock and named for the President of the United States at the time, John Tyler.
Tylex Tylex CD is a marketing name in the United Kingdom and several other countries for a formulation of analgesic medication combining paracetamol with the opioid codeine. It is usually stronger and more effective than the similarly formulated co-codamol (BAN).
Tylissos Tylisos (Î¤ĎŤÎ»ÎąĎÎżĎ‚, also Pyrgos Tylissos, Tylissos, Tylissus, Tilissos) is a modern town in central Crete (population 3,941 in 2001), a Grecian island, and the archaeological site of an ancient Minoan peak sanctuary and Minoan town. Pyrgos is Greek for "tower".
Tylium Tylium is a fictional ore in both versions of the science fiction series Battlestar Galactica. It is very rare throughout the known universe, but essential for fueling both human and Cylon space ships, including for the purpose of FTL jumps.
Tylomon Tylomon is a fictional character from the Digimon franchise, a Sea Animal Digimon and the Armor Digivolved form of Gatomon through the Digi-Egg of Reliability. Her name comes from the Tylosaurus, a prehistoric sea-dweller of the mosasaur family.
Tylomyinae The subfamily Tylomyinae consists of several species of New World rats and mice including the vesper and climbing rats. They are not as well-known as their relatives in the subfamilies Sigmodontinae and Neotominae.
Tylopilus felleus Tylopilus felleus, formerly Boletus felleus, is a fungus of the bolete family, found in Northern Europe and North America. It derives its specific name from the Latin fel meaning "gallbladder" referring to its bitter taste, like gallbladder.
Tylor Chase Tylor Chase (born September 6, 1989 in Arizona) is an American actor who stars in Nickelodeon's sitcom, Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide. On the show Tylor plays Martin Qwerly, a boy who speaks quickly.
Tylosaurus Tylosaurus (Greek tylos "protuberance, knob" + Greek sauros "lizard") was a mosasaur, a large, predatory marine lizard closely related to modern monitor lizards and to snakes. Along with plesiosaurs, sharks, fish, and other genera of mosasurs, it was a dominant predator of the Western Interior Seaway during the Upper Cretaceous period.
Tyloxapol Tyloxapol is a nonionic liquid polymer of the alkyl aryl polyether alcohol type; used as a surfactant to aid liquefaction and removal of mucopurulent (containing mucus and pus) bronchopulmonary secretions, administered by inhalation through a nebulizer or with a stream of oxygen.