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TKTank
TKTechnical Knock-out (usually written TKO)
TKTruck
TKTaman Kanak-Kanak (Indonesian: Kindegarten)
TKTokelau (small island country)
TKTo Come (phonetic abbreviation used in journalism)
TKTelekommunikation (German: telecommunication)
TKTechniker Krankenkasse (German health insurer)
TKTokelau (ISO country code, top level domain)
TKThymidine Kinase (enzyme)
TKTaka (Bangladeshi currency)
TKTraditional Knowledge
TKTransitional Kindergarten (various locations)
TKTurkish Airlines (IATA airline code)
TKTool Kit
TKThe Killers (band)
TKToxicokinetics (toxicology)
TKTelekinesis
TKTeam Kaliber (est. 2013)
TKTickling (online community reference)
TKThrowing Knife (gaming)
TKTurks & Caicos Islands
TKToby Keith (country music artist)
TKTelecine
TKThermococcus Kodakaraensis (biological chemistry)
TKTelekomünikasyon Kurumu (official telecommunications authority in Turkey)
TKTrojan Keylogger
TKTiefkühl (German: deep-freeze, frequently used in supermarkets)
TKTetsuya Komuro (Japanese musician)
TKTerveyskeskus (Finnish: health center)
TKTeamkill (gaming, SubSpace/Continuum)
TKTempest Keep (World Of Warcraft gaming)
TKTeam Kill
TKTahap Kecekapan (Malay: Efficiency Level)
TKTurmion Kätilöt (Finnish: Turmoil; metal band)
TKTemple Knight (gaming, Final Fantasy XI)
TKTimo Kotipelto (band)
TKTalent-Keyhole
TKToni Kukoc (basketball player)
TKTeras Kasi (Star Wars)
TKTeologian Kandidaatti (Finnish: Candidate of Theology)
TKTapan Kaikki (computer game)
TKTelephone Kiosk
TKTango Kilo
TKThermokontakt (German: Thermal Contact)
TKTeatri Kombëtar (National Theatre, Albania)
TKTypekill (gaming, SubSpace/Continuum)
TKTotal Khaos (gaming)
TKTire Kicker
TKTrue Kingdom (gaming)
TKTalk Kill (gaming tactic)
TKTornikanuuna (Finnish: fixed coastal artillery)
TKTransducer Kit
TKTricky Klan (Portuguese Quake clan)
TKTrue Klingon
TKTurn-Key Base
TKTribal Krafts (New Delhi, India)
TKTyrosil Kinase (enzyme)
TKTailor Key
References in periodicals archive ?
OSAKA - A Japanese court on Monday sentenced pop music producer Tetsuya Komuro to three years in prison, suspended for five years, for swindling an investor out of 500 million yen in 2006 by attempting to sell copyrights for songs he no longer owned.
OSAKA - Pop music producer Tetsuya Komuro pleaded guilty Wednesday at his first court hearing to concluding a contract to sell music copyrights he did not own and swindling an investor out of 500 million yen.
Camera (Duboi color), Zeng Nianping; editors, Yann Malcor, Liu Qing; music, Tetsuya Komuro, Franco Perry, Pierre Bonhomme, Damien Vergnaud; production designer; Tim Yip; art director; Wong Ka-nang; sound (Dolby Digital), Wu Jiang, Stephane Rabeau.
Tom.com Ltd., which operates a major portal Internet site for Chinese content, is planning to collaborate with Tetsuya Komuro, a well-known Japanese music producer, and others to search for potential pop music stars throughout Asia, the South China Morning Post reported Monday.
The latest pop songs, including those produced by popular producer Tetsuya Komuro, will be among the music to be sold on the Internet, the officials said.
Prosecutors sought five years' imprisonment Thursday for pop music producer Tetsuya Komuro, who has pleaded guilty to swindling an investor out of 500 million yen in 2006 and has repaid the sum plus arrears after the trial began this year.
Rojam Entertainment Holdings Ltd., a Hong Kong-based music production house led by Japanese producer Tetsuya Komuro, said Thursday it will be listed on the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong's Growth Enterprise Market (GEM) on May 31.
Directed, written by Masami Hata, based on the book by Ruth Stiles Gannett; music, Naoto Kine; music supervisor, Tetsuya Komuro. Reviewed at San Francisco Film Festival, April 25, 1999.
Japan's music producer Tetsuya Komuro and his band ''globe'' are among Japanese entertainers invited to take part in the festivities.
After clinching the top spot, Suzuki was teamed with the top music producer in Japan, Tetsuya Komuro.
Amuro made her professional debut in 1992 and by 1996 had broken into the ranks of major stars in Japan, often pairing up with renowned composer Tetsuya Komuro. She has churned out numerous hits including, ''Can You Celebrate?'' and ''Don't Wanna Cry.''
TOKYO Tetsuya Komuro has been called the Quincy Jones of Japan, the Babyface of Japan and even Japan's King of Pop for his work as a producer and performer.