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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)
TKTelephone Kiosk
TKTapan Kaikki (computer game)
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)
TKTricky Klan (Portuguese Quake clan)
TKTransducer Kit
TKTrue Klingon
TKTurn-Key Base
TKTribal Krafts (New Delhi, India)
TKTyrosil Kinase (enzyme)
TKTailor Key
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Tokelau nurses acknowledged the late Kula Faiola (1924-2003) for her contribution to nursing in the Tokelau Islands under challenging circumstances and often with limited resources.
Hoem describes the culture of Tokelau as containing a constant interplay between two forms of sociality.
All the music is sung in the Tokelau language or Samoan, and although one may not know the meaning of the words, they are heartfelt and soulful.
Certainly cheaper, more accessible electricity is a good thing for Tokelau and presumably the project provides this.
Cholesterol, coconuts and diet on Polynesian atolls: a natural experiment: the Pukapuka and Tokelau island studies.
The WHO said that, in the Western Pacific Region, Australia, Brunei Darussalam, Cook Islands, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Niue, the Republic of Korea, Singapore, Tokelau and Tuvalu have all achieved 100 percent voluntary unpaid blood donation.
Nine countriesNPaulau, the Maldives, Honduras, Tokelau, The Bahamas, the Marshall Islands, the Cook Islands, French Polynesia and New Caledonia are currently prohibiting commercial shark fishing in order to protect the endangered animals that scientists say are some of the oldest extant living creatures in the world.
Kiribati President Anote Tong says he is worried that Kiribati--along with other island nations like Tuvalu, Tokelau, and the Maldives--could become "stateless" due to global climate change.
Islands, Niue, Samoa, Tuvalu and Tokelau, there is an expectation within
Around a quarter of coral reefs are likely to experience bleaching events annually five or more years earlier than the median year, and these reefs in northwestern Australia, Papau New Guinea, and some equatorial Pacific islands like Tokelau, may require urgent attention, researchers warned.
An indicator that a very heavy load of coconut fat may in fact give rise to a different cholesterolaemic response compared to a lesser load comes from the study of Pukapuka and Tokelau islanders of the Polynesia.