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 Translation for 'Tl' from English to Greek
SYNO atomic number 81 | thallium | Tl
χημ.
thallium {noun} <Tl>
θάλλιο {το} <Tl>
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Translation for 'Tl' from English to Greek

thallium {noun} <Tl>
θάλλιο {το} <Tl>χημ.
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  • θάλλιο {το} <Tl> = thallium <Tl>
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Usage Examples English
  • The digraphs dl, sh, tl, zh are also used.
  • "L. marmoratus" can reach a little more than 100 centimetres (39 in) TL and has a maximum published weight of about 12 kilograms (26 lb). "L. pictus" grows to 60 cm (24 in) TL.
  • John served as an elected Councillor of Tl'azt'en Nation from 1974 to 1990 and as elected Chief from 1990 to 1992.
  • Thermoluminescence dating (TL) of Glozel pottery in 1974 confirmed that the pottery was not produced recently.
  • The school offers vmbo-bb, kb and tl. In collaboration with the Montessori Lyceum Groningen, the school offers a program for students who are not sure whether they want to follow TL or Havo.

  • Nick Ross was the reigning TLX champion, and whilst James McLaughlin won the TL Championship, graduated into the TLX class to battle for the title.
  • Proto-Slavic consonant clusters *tl and *dl simplified quite soon in central, southern and eastern areas while it disappeared later from western and northern dialects.
  • , granting management to TL. Shortly afterwards, in 1991, the Tramway du Sud-Ouest lausannois (TSOL) was opened, with TL operating the light rail services.
  • The TL-3000 is a mostly composite aircraft with a carbon fibre wing and glass- and carbon-fibre fuselage.
  • Honda discontinued the TSX and the larger TL during 2014 with the introduction of the TLX, which replaced both vehicles, although the TLX is close in size to the TL while the recently-introduced ILX succeeded the TSX as Acura's entry-level offering.

  • In 1998, N2Deep released "The Rumble"; it was in fact predominantly a Jay Tee solo, with TL appearing on only a single song.
  • Registration is normally directly at second-level; one subdomain in use in the country itself is gov.tl, for government ministries. For example, the Government Portal is "www.timor-leste.gov.tl".
  • In 1905 the Quincy Mining Company bought the locomotives and rolling stock from the Q&TL and began operating the line directly, although the Q&TL remained the nominal owner of the track.
  • The TK/KM/MK range remained the mainstay of production throughout the 1960s and 1970s, but with little serious product investment the range became increasingly outdated.
  • Typical for cutlassfishes, "Tentoriceps cristatus" has extremely elongate and strongly compressed, ribbon-like body, tapering to a point.

  • "Synapturichthys kleinii", Klein's sole, is a species of sole found in the Mediterranean Sea and along the Atlantic coast of Africa, just barely entering the Indian Ocean in South Africa.
  • "Anchoa lyolepis", the shortfinger anchovy, is a species of anchovy native to the western Atlantic Ocean from New York to Brazil.
  • The twospot flounder ("Bothus robinsi") is a species of lefteye flounder native to the western Atlantic Ocean along the American coast from New York, United States to Brazil where it is mostly found at depths of from [...] , sometimes recorded to a depth of [...].
  • TL;DR or tl;dr, short for "too long; didn't read", is internet slang to say that some text being replied to has been ignored because of its length.
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