TIGER


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AcronymDefinition
TIGERTransportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (US DOT)
TIGERTailored Interactive Guidance on Employment Rights (UK)
TIGERTerrestrial Initiative in Global Environmental Research
TIGERTasman International Geospace Environment Radar
TIGERTransient Ionospheric Glow Emission in Red
TIGERThermospheric/Ionospheric Geospheric Research
TIGERTransport Integration in the Gwent Economic Region
TIGERTriangulation Identification Genetic Evaluation of Biological Risks
TIGERTopologically Integrated Geographic Encoding & Referencing system (US Census Bureau mapping system)
TIGERTotal Information Gateway for Enterprise Resources (USMC knowledge management system)
TIGERThe Internet Gateway and E-Mail Router
TIGERTaiwan Innovating Growth Entrepreneurs (stock market)
TIGERTactical Integrated Geographic Environment
TIGERTiscali International Global Emergency Response
TIGERTestability Insertion and Guidance Expert for RASSP
TIGERTactical Intelligence Generation and Evaluation Relay
TIGERTactical Intelligence Gathering Exploitation Relay
TIGERTDL Integration Exerciser
TIGERTexas Industrial Gas & Equipment Rental, Inc (Humble, TX)
References in classic literature ?
But let me introduce to you a new friend of mine, the Hungry Tiger.
This was Shere Khan, the Lame Tiger, limping down to the water.
Yonder, among the oak trees," said the tiger, pointing with his forefoot.
If the millionaire had been let alone he would have devoured the tiger.
Straight as a torpedo it rushed for Delcarte, and, as Taylor and I stumbled on through the tall grass toward our unfortunate comrade, we saw the tiger rear upon him and crush him to the earth.
Time and again the colossal bull tossed the enormous tiger high into the air, but each time that the huge cat touched the ground he returned to the encounter with apparently undiminished strength, and seemingly increased ire.
There will be lots of fat babies at the celebration, I hear," remarked the Hungry Tiger, yawning so that his mouth opened dreadfully wide and showed all his big, sharp teeth; "but of course I can't eat any of 'em.
To his amazement, if such a thing be possible in the mental processes of a tiger, the rear door to his cage was thrown open and left open.
And this is the Hungry Tiger, the terror of the jungle, who longs to devour fat babies but is prevented by his conscience from doing so.
Sometimes half the horde would follow from overhead a tiger or lion that had ventured out in the daytime.
Shere Khan was the tiger who lived near the Waingunga River, twenty miles away.
Other men, who had no land and no fish-traps, and who else would have gone hungry, were glad to work for Pig-Jaw, caring for his goats, guarding them from wild dogs and tigers, and driving them to the feeding pastures in the mountains.