titan

  1. a person of exceptional importance and reputation
  2. (Greek mythology) any of the primordial giant gods who ruled the Earth until overthrown by Zeus; the Titans were offspring of Uranus (Heaven) and Gaea (Earth)
  3. the largest of the satellites of Saturn; has a hazy nitrogen atmosphere

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[Blizzard Entertainment project] Titan is the project name for a massively multiplayer online game (MMO) being developed by Blizzard Entertainment. Speculation regarding the game began in 2007. The company has revealed little information about the game besides that it is completely new, not based on the company`s three main franchises. In M...
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[dog] Titan (2005 – 31 March 2010) was an American male white Great Dane who was a holder of the Guinness World Record as the world`s tallest dog. His official height was {convert|107.3|cm|in} from the floor to his shoulder. The previous holder was another Great Dane, Gibson who measured {convert|107.2|cm|in}, and died in August 2009. Dur...
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[Battlefield] Commentary in the article about the cover art itself: {{Commentary}}. ...
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[n] - (Greek mythology) any of the primordial giant gods who ruled the Earth until overthrown by Zeus 2. [n] - the largest of the satellites of Saturn
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Satellite of the planet Saturn. See TABLE 8. SATURN - SATELLITE DATA
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In Greek mythology, any of the giant children of Uranus, the primeval sky god, and Gaia, goddess of the Earth, whose s...
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A registered trade mark of Portakabin Limited for the largest building in the range of high-quality, relocatable accommodation. This building benefits from the appearance of a permanent building with attractive internal and external aesthetics.
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Ti'tan adjective Titanic. « The Titan physical difficulties of his enterprise.» I. Taylor.
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Titanic. 'The Titan physical difficulties of his enterprise.' (I. Taylor) ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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noun the largest of the satellites of Saturn; has a hazy nitrogen atmosphere
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noun (Greek mythology) any of the primordial giant gods who ruled the Earth until overthrown by Zeus; the Titans were offspring of Uranus (Heaven) and Gaea (Earth)
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• (a.) Titanic.
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in Greek mythology, any of the children of Uranus (Heaven) and Gaea (Earth) and their descendants. According to Hesiod`s Theogony, there were 12 ... [1 related articles]
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largest moon of Saturn and the only moon in the solar system known to have clouds and a dense atmosphere. It was discovered telescopically in 1655 by ... [8 related articles]
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[prison] Titan Prison or Titan gaol was a proposed new classification of prison in England and Wales, designed to increase the overall prison capacity and improve operational efficiency. In plans announced in December 2007, the Titan concept included the proposed construction of three new prisons each housing 2,500 inmates, well above the 1...
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(launch vehicle) A large intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) that, like the Atlas and Thor, evolved into an important family of space launch vehicles. Its story began with the United States Air Force seeking an ICBM that would surpass the Atlas in sophistication and delive...
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Three views of Titan from observations by the Cassini spacecraft. Left: a natural color composite made from images taken through three filters sensitive to red, green, and violet light, showing roughly how Titan would appear to the human eye. Center: a near-infrared composite revealing the surface. ...
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Titan, in Greek religion and mythology, one of 12 primeval deities. The female Titan is also called Titaness. The Titans—six sons and six daughters—were the children of Uranus and Gaea. They were Kronos, Iapetus, Hyperion, Oceanus, Coeus, Creus, Theia, Rhea, Mnemosyne, Phoebe, Tethys, an...
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Titan (tī'tun) , in astronomy, the largest of the named moons, or natural satellites, of Saturn. Also known as Saturn VI (or S6), Titan is 3,200 mi (5,150 km) in diameter, orbits Saturn at a mean distance of 759,209 mi (1,221,830 km), and has equal orbital and rotational periods of 15.9454...
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Titan is the sixth satellite (or moon) of Saturn. It was discovered in 1655 by Huygens.
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In Greek mythology, the Titans were the twelve sons of Ge and Uranus.
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Titan was an American two-stage intercontinental ballistic missile developed from the Atlas missile. Titan had a range of 12875 km and carried a 4 MT thermonuclear warhead.
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Titan

(mythology) In Greek mythology, any of the giant children of Uranus, the primeval sky god, and Gaia, goddess of the Earth, whose six sons and six daughters included Kronos, Rhea, Themis, and Oceanus. Kronos and Rhea were in turn the parents of Zeus, who ousted his father as ruler of the world
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(astronomy) In astronomy, largest moon of the planet Saturn, with a diameter of 5,150 km/3,200 mi and a mean distance from Saturn of 1,222,000 km/759,000 mi. It was discovered in 1655 by Dutch mathematician and astronomer Christiaan Huygens, and is the second-largest moon in the So...
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