TIN


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AcronymDefinition
TINThere Is No ...
TINTurn In
TINTaxpayer Identification Number
TINTitanium Nitride
TINTax Identification Number
TINTime Is Now (Song)
TINTriangulated Irregular Network
TINTheater Instituut Nederland (Dutch: Netherlands Theater Institute)
TINThe Imperial Navy (Pardus Game)
TINTubulointerstitial Nephritis
TINTire Identification Number
TINTax Information Number
TINTelecom Italia Net (Italian internet service provider)
TINTexas Innocence Network (University of Houston; Houston, TX)
TINTemporary Identification Number
TINTrader Identification Number
TINTesticular Intraepithelial Neoplasia
TINTraffic Information Network
TINTotal Inorganic Nitrogen
TINThe Iris Network (various organizations)
TINThomasNet Industrial Newsroom (Internet news)
TINTelecentro de Informações e Negócios (Portugese, Brasil)
TINTributary Identification Number (imports)
TINTerminal Indicate Number
TINTechnical Interoperability Network
TINTibet International Network
TINTele-Electronic Identification Number
TINTask Implementation Notice
TINTactical Intelligence Network (USFK specific)
TINThreat Index Number
TINTracking Information Number
References in classic literature ?
They reached the grand tin entrance to the tin castle, and the Tin Woodman himself came running out of the door to embrace little Dorothy and give her a glad welcome.
Nick Chopper, the Emperor of the Winkies, who was also known throughout the Land of Oz as the Tin Woodman, was certainly a remarkable person.
she asked, when they had all been ushered into the big tin drawing-room of the castle, the Sawhorse being led around to the tin stable in the rear.
Why, our old friend has just moved into his new mansion," explained the Tin Woodman.
The Tin Woodman gave a sigh of satisfaction and lowered his axe, which he leaned against the tree.
The Tin Woodman appeared to think deeply for a moment.
The Tin Woodman is very kind-hearted," was the reply, "and he hates to see any living thing hurt in any way.
Once," said Dorothy, "the Tin Woodman stepped on a beetle and killed the little creature.
Finally I promised one little girl, who made a long journey to see me and prefer her request, -- and she is a "Dorothy," by the way -- that when a thousand little girls had written me a thousand little letters asking for the Scarecrow and the Tin Woodman I would write the book, Either little Dorothy was a fairy in disguise, and waved her magic wand, or the success of the stage production of "The Wizard of OZ" made new friends for the story, For the thousand letters reached their destination long since -- and many more followed them.
shouted the Tin Woodman, waving his axe, and the procession started just as Dorothy had once more grabbed Billina in her arms.
The Tin Woodman might carry it with his axe and hatch it; but after all I may as well keep it myself for a souvenir.
Perhaps it would, to those who eat," remarked the Tin Woodman.