Tyr


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Tyr

 (tîr)
n. Norse Mythology
A god of war, son of Odin.

[Old Norse Tȳr; see dyeu- in Indo-European roots.]

Tyr

(tjʊə; tɪə) or

Tyrr

n
(Norse Myth & Legend) Norse myth the god of war, son of Odin. Anglo-Saxon counterpart: Tiu
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Noun1.Tyr - (Norse mythology) god of war and strife and son of Odin; identified with Anglo-Saxon Tiu
Norse mythology - the mythology of Scandinavia (shared in part by Britain and Germany) until the establishment of Christianity
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Previously, bags at TYR were screened manually by using explosive trace detection equipment.
En esta historia aparece Odin, el padre de todo y tambien padre de Tyr y otros personajes mitologicos.
California swimwear manufacturer TYR said in a statement on Friday that their deal with Ledecky "represents the most lucrative partnership in the history of the swim industry," although no terms were revealed.
"The Tyr rune is one of many ancient European symbols appropriated by the Nazis in their attempts to create an idealized 'Aryan/Norse' heritage," according to the ADL.
PML-N's sources said that on one hand writ of the government is challenged by the protesters while on other hand statement of party's top leader in favour of TYR reveals the alleged involvement of government.
Siemens AG Communications Head: Clarissa Haller Werner-von-Siemens-StraAaAaAeAe 1 80333 Munich Germany Reference number: PR2017110068PGEN Siemens AG Press Release Reference number: PR2017110068PGEN Page 2/2 "We are proud to be the technology partner for Tyr Energy, Inc.
She was driving a BMW on Tyr Winch Road when she exceeded the 30mph limit.
Live on-site demonstrations will be held at the archaeological sites of Baalbek and Tyr. All materials and instruments are brought from Italy to this end.
OCA type 1 (OCA1) is the most severe and common form of OCA, and is caused by mutations in the tyrosinase gene (TYR).
Until recently, genetic studies have reported seven causative genes (TYR, TYRP1, OCA2, SLC45A2, SLC24A2, C10ORF11 and MCIR) and an uncharacterized OCA5 locus.
In the lowest energy, there is predicted H-bond between hydroxyl group in biperiden molecule and O atom in Tyr 341 (2.24 [Angstrom]).