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TTTrinidad & Tobago (top-level domain)
TTTourist Trophy (Isle of Man)
TTTitle (assembly language ASM51 assembler control)
TTTwin Turbo
TTTabletop
TTThe Truth
TTTable Tennis
TTTravel Trailer
TTTom Tom (drums)
TTThe Thing (John Carpenter movie)
TTTable Top (model railroad scale, 2.5mm = 1 ft. in USA, or 3mm = 1 ft. UK)
TTTea Time
TTTalk To
TTTake That (band)
TTTop Ten
TTTransport Tycoon (game)
TTTransit Time (logistics)
TTTotal Time (aviation)
TTThermaltake (PC cooling industry)
TTTelegraphic Transfer (funds)
TTTexas Tech (University)
TTTry This
TTTravel Time
TTTeen Titans (cartoon)
TTTa Ta
TTTest Tube
TTTest Track (Disney attraction)
TTThe Titans (game)
TTTeleTubbies
TTTurntable
TTToyota Tercel
TTTrueType (Microsoft font)
TTTina Turner (singer)
TTTechnology Transfer
TTTo Taste (recipes)
TTToon Town (cartoons)
TTTim Tebow (football)
TTTag Team
TTTurbo Tax (software)
TTThoroughbred Times (newsletter)
TTTank Top (shipbuilding)
TTTow Truck
TTTurk Telekom (Turkey)
TTTrustee (IRB)
TTTransthoracic
TTTeleText
TTTool Time
TTThe Trenches (gaming, Half-Life modification)
TTTreatment Technique
TTTrouble Ticket
TTTenure Track (academics)
TTThirsty Thursday
TTThe Two Towers (second Lord of the Rings movie)
TTTrailer Trash
TTTwo Towers (second Lord of the Rings movie)
TTTitle Tag (HTML)
TTToontown
TTTelegraphic Transfer
TTTorah Tidbits (weekly publication)
TTTriple Threat (Prince tennis racket)
TTTetanus Toxoid
TTTractor Trailer
TTTriple Threat (WWE match)
TTTaco Time (various locations)
TTTiny Tim (entertainer)
TTTelephone Terminal
TTTransition Town (sustainability project community; various locations)
TTTypewriter Text
TTTravel & Tourism
TTTroubled Teen
TTTokai Tokyo (financial group; Japan)
TTTidningarnas Telegrambyrå (Swedish National News Agency)
TTTrending Topic (Twitter)
TTThree Towns (beer)
TTTemperature Transducer
TTTiny Toons (TV Show)
TTText-Telephone (TTY is preferred)
TTTribe Twelve
TTTotal Tackles (football stat)
TTTranscription and Translation
TTThrombin Time
TTtimed text
TTTriple Tube
TTTwitter Trend
TTTeam Talk (web forum)
TTTuring Test (Artificial Intelligence)
TTTotus Tuus (Latin: All Yours; chiefly religious)
TTTeletypewriter
TTTest Temperature
TTTampa Tribune (Tampa, FL newspaper)
TTTwelve Tribes (Twelve Tribes of Israel)
TTTarget Text
TTTemple Terrace (Florida city)
TTTalking Time (call center)
TTTechnical Translation
TTTemperature Transmitter
TTTimmy Turner (cartoon character)
TTTerrestrial Time
TTTransaction Time (call center)
TTTarget Tracking
TTTriple Time
TTTyne-Tees
TTTorpedo Tube(s)
TTTemperament Tested
TTTotal Temperature
TTTheaterTek (media player)
TTTechnology Transition
TTTask Type
TTThrust Termination
TTTurn Time
TTTransition Technologies
TTTails-Tails (possible outcome for flipping a coin twice)
TTTerminal Transfer
TTTreatment Team
TTTemporary Total Disability (Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation)
TTTechnological Turbulence
TTTri-Tone (music)
TTTraveling Time
TTTimo Tolkki (band)
TTTriple Triad (card game)
TTTube Trailer
TTTelephone Technician
TTTatarian (language identifier; RFC 3066)
TTTank Table
TTThrough Tubing
TTTrunk Type
TTTime Trial(s) (racing/sporting events)
TTTreasure Trooper
TTTrenton Thunder (minor leauge baseball)
TTThornton Tomasetti (structural engineering company)
TTTheutates Thunder (gaming)
TTTownsend Thoresen (UK ferry company)
TTTwin Tub
TTThurn and Taxis (prominent German family)
TTTranstejo (Lisbon ferry company)
TTTokyo Toshokan
TTTitan Tower (TV show)
TTThigh Toner (strength-building exercise)
TTTube Turns
TTTranslation Types
TTTuberculin Tested (cattle)
TTTorrential Tribute (Yugioh cards)
TTTactical Terminals
TTTrenton Titans (minor league hockey)
TTTriTube (French)
TTTyson Tomko (WWE wrestler)
TTThirty-Two Thirty-Two (Atari computers)
TTTroyTech (Troy High School; Fullerton, CA)
TTTransmit Tip
TTTula Tokareva (Russian pistol)
TTTrinidadian Dollar
TTTransfer Tree
TTTransiTALK (website)
TTTundra Times (newspaper)
TTTopical Time (publication, American Topical Association)
TTTroop Test
TTTracking Technician
TTTeatro Technicus
TTTandem Turn
TTTodo-O-Terreno (4x4) (Portuguese: All terrain)
TTTeetotal/Teetotaller
TTTactical Tables
TTDCS/Technical Training (USAF)
TTTrailing Tire
TTTechnical Test/ing
TTTrusted Territories
TTTaxi Tran
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The first edition of the Tundra Times rolled off the presses Oct.
Morgan worked off and on for the Tundra Times in the 1960s and '70s and wrote a 1988 biography of Howard Rock: "Art and Eskimo Power: The Life and Times of Alaskan Howard Rock."
Former reporter Tom Richards said the Tundra Times is the only newspaper he knows of that had fundraising banquets.
Later, in the 1960s, coverage of land issues in the Tundra Times helped mobilize and give voice to a unified Native opposition to the Rampart Dam project that would have flooded villages and destroyed wildlife.
Unofficially, the storm probably remains the most severe in Barrow's records and in the memories of residents, Guy Okakok (1963), then the Tundra Times correspondent in Barrow, wrote: "I am 60 years old now ...
Editor Howard Rock and Tundra Times reporter Tom Snapp own several pieces of history.
Rock was editor and publisher of the Tundra Times from Oct.
When Tundra Times editor, Howard Rock, left Seattle, Wash., in May 1961, he was returning to his home in Point Hope to commit suicide.
When Tom Snapp, the only white journalist in the state interested enough to cover the Project Chariot meetings got to know Rock, the two teamed up to start what would ultimately be known at the Tundra Times, the first newspaper committed to reporting the goals and policies of Native organizations and the only source of information on Native culture and issues.
Howard Rock, an Inupiaq from Point Hope, formed a newspaper, the Tundra Times, in 1962 as a means of reporting policies and goals of Native organizations, and as a source of information about Native issues.
The Athabaskan president of the Cook Inlet Native Association, Emil Notti, called for the first statewide meeting of Alaska Natives and their organizations in a letter to the Tundra Times. Albert Kaloa Jr.
In 1970, the Tundra Times, by agreement with the Fairbanks chamber, took over sponsorship of the growing games, and three years later changed the name to what it is today.