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An item glued to a printed page.
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Tipaskan is a residential neighbourhood located in the Mill Woods area of south Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It is a part of the Mill Woods community of Lakewood. The name means "`a reserve` in the Cree language, and recalls that the Mill Woods area was a Cree Indian reserve between 1876 and 1891." T...
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ETSI Telecommunications and Internet Protocol Harmonisation - ETSI protocol set supporting VoIP (Voice over IP).
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Tipitina`s Foundation, is a not-for-profit charity organization in the United States in place to encourage the city of New Orleans to continue its musical heritage, in particular in the wake of the city`s tragedy, Hurricane Katrina. Part of the foundation`s purpose is to empower the youth of the ci...
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Tipón, located east of Cusco, are Inca ruins may have been a park for upper class or agricultural centrum. Still today, water is rushing though the channels, which is seldom, and the wide terraces, masterpieces of mortar-less walls, are in perfect condition. Several surrounding ruins are excavated...
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Tippecanoe School Corporation
The Tippecanoe School Corporation administers 18 high schools, middle schools and elementary schools in Tippecanoe County, Indiana: ==High schools== ==Middle schools== ==Elementary schools== ...
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Tipping the lion
"Tipping the Lion" was the name given to a violent act committed by the London street gang Mohocks in the early 18th century. It involved finding in innocent person, crushing in their nose with a large piece of iron, and then gouging out their eyes with the thumbs. ...
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The Tipson-Cohen reaction was first discovered in Washington D.C. at the National Bureau of Standards by Stuart Tipson and Alex Cohen. The Tipson-Cohen reaction occurs when two neighboring secondary sulfonyloxy groups in a sugar molecule are treated with zinc dust (Zn) and sodium iodide (NaI) in a ...
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Tipton is a town in the Sandwell borough of the West Midlands, England, with a population of around 47,000. Tipton is located about halfway between Birmingham and Wolverhampton. It is a part of the West Midlands conurbation and is a part of the Black Country. Historically within Staffordshire, Tipt...
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