Tron

[character] I photographed this in 1996 ...
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TRON

[encoding] TRON Code is a multi-byte character encoding used in the TRON Project. It is similar to Unicode but does not use Unicode`s Han unification process: each character from each CJK character set is encoded separately, including archaic and historical equivalents of modern characters. This means that Chinese, Japanese, and Korean text
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Tron

[video game] Tron is a coin-operated arcade video game manufactured and distributed by Bally Midway in 1982. It is based on the Walt Disney Productions motion picture Tron released in the same year. The game consists of four subgames inspired by the events of the science fiction film. It features some characters and equipment seen in the fi
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TRON

The Real-Time Operating System Nucleus
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Tron

(Scottish) public weigh beam - very important in the medieval town whose existance often depended on the right to trade.
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Tron

• See 3d Trone, 2.
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Tron

Tron is a 1982 American science fiction film written and directed by Steven Lisberger, and released by Walt Disney Pictures. It stars Jeff Bridges as protagonist Kevin Flynn; Bruce Boxleitner in a dual role as security programme Tron and Tron`s "User", computer programmer Alan Bradley; Cindy Morgan in a dual role as programme Yori and her "Use...
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Tron

[disambiguation] Tron is a 1982 science fiction film by Disney, starring Jeff Bridges, Bruce Boxleitner, Cindy Morgan, Dan Shor and David Warner. This may also refer to: ==Film== ==Computing== ==Popular culture== ==People == ==Places== ===Scotland=== ==Other== ...
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Tron

A tron was a wooden pillar or post erected in a market square and supporting a horizontal beam from which were suspended the town scales used for weighing wool and other commodities. From this is derived the tron weight formerly in use in Scotland for wool, cheese and butter, the pound ranging in various counties from 21 to 28 ounces, the tron ston
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Tron

[franchise] The ``Tron`` franchise began in 1982 with the Walt Disney Pictures film Tron. It was followed by various film tie-ins, a comic series and the 2010 sequel Tron: Legacy. More sequels are planned, and a 10 part television series is in development and due to air on Disney XD in summer 2012. ==Films== ===Tron=== Tron is a 1982 Americ
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Tron

[soundtrack] Tron: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is the soundtrack album for the 1982 film of the same name, composed by Wendy Carlos with two additional musical tracks were provided by the band Journey after British band Supertramp pulled out of the project. The album was released on July 9, 1982, the day of release of the film. ==Bac
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Tron

[Scotland] A tron was a weighing machine in medieval Scotland, usually located in the marketplaces of burghs. There are various areas of several Scottish towns that are named for them. Etymologically the word is derived from the Old French tronel or troneau, meaning "balance". ==Measurement of weight in medieval Scotland== From the 12th cen
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Tron

French oak woodland area, see Oak .
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tron

cut of meat or fish (sliced from widest part)
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