Tutu

[Egyptian official] Tutu, the Egyptian official, was one of pharaoh`s officials during the Amarna letters period: 1350-1335 BC. He is only found in the body of letters from Aziru, and his son, DU-Teššup. Four letters, EA 158, 164, 167, and 169, (EA for `el Amarna`) are addressed to the Pharaoh, by way of Tutu. DU-Teššup`s single letter ...
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Tutu

[Mesopotamian god] Tutu is a god in ancient Mesopotamian religion. He was the tutelary god of Borsippa, near Babylon, during the reign of Hammurabi, but was later superseded by Nabu. In the Enuma Elish it says of Tutu that he `devises the spell by which the gods may be at rest` and that `he is supreme among the assembly of the gods and no o...
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Tutu

[plant] Tutu is a common name of Māori origin for plants in the genus Coriaria (Coriariaceae) found in New Zealand. Six New Zealand native species are known by the name: They are shrubs or trees; some are endemic to New Zealand. Most of the plant parts are poisonous, containing the neurotoxin tutin and its derivative hyenanchin. Honey cont...
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Tutu

A tutu is a woman dancer's short skirt or dress with a fitted bodice and a skirt of multiple layers of stiffened frills.
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Tutu

In ballet, a skirt made of multiple layers of a light, stiff fabric called tulle. A romantic tutu falls between the knee and the ankle, while the classical tutu is much shorter, fanning away from the dancer's body at hip level.
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tutu

standard skirt worn by female ballet dancers, consisting of four or five layers of silk or nylon frills; the skirt is attached to a sleek-fitting ... [1 related articles]
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TUTU

Topside Umbilical Termination Unit Provides interface between topside equipment e.g. hydraulics and umbilical.
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