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  Apple - Mac OS X Tiger   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Mac OS X Tiger delivers 200+ new features which make it easier than ever to find, access and enjoy everything on your computer.
Tiger introduces Spotlight, the lightning-fast search technology that illuminates every corner of your Mac, displaying results as fast as you type.
Mac OS X Tiger boasts better compatibility than any other desktop operating system.
www.apple.com /macosx/tiger   (754 words)

  Tiger -- Kids' Planet -- Defenders of Wildlife
Tiger habitat varies widely, from tropical rainforests to snow-covered coniferous and deciduous forests and from mangrove swamps to drier forests.
Tiger prey consists mostly of pigs, deer, antelope, buffalo and other large mammals, although tigers have been known to hunt smaller mammals and birds.
Tigers are solitary hunters that stalk and attack from ambush.
www.kidsplanet.org /factsheets/tiger.html   (284 words)

  Tiger - The UNIX Security audit and intrusion detection tool   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Tiger has some interesting features that merit its resurrection, including a modular design that is easy to expand, and its double edge, it can be used as an audit tool and a host intrusion detection system tool.
Tiger it is not a logchecker, nor it focused in integrity analysis.
Tiger was originally developed by the CIS Network group of the AandM campus of the Texas University, it was written at the same time that COPS, SATAN and Internet Scanner were.
www.nongnu.org /tiger   (983 words)

  Tiger - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tigers (Panthera tigris) are mammals of the Felidae family and one of four "big cats" in the panthera genus.
The Caspian tiger or Persian Tiger (Panthera tigris virgata) appears to have become extinct in the late 1960s, with the last reliable sighting in 1968, though it is thought that such a tiger was last shot dead in the south-eastern-most part of Turkey in 1970.
The Tiger is one of the 12 Chinese Zodiac animals.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Tiger   (4191 words)

 Tiger - GvE Encyclopedia
Tigers in captivity are rare, mostly because of the difficulty of obtaining a mating pair or cubs.
Tigers are carnivorous and are among the best hunters of all cat kind, feeding on large herbivores such as oxen, auroch, deer, gazelle, horses, and from time to time, people of various types.
Tigers vary in their kill methods: plains and night tigers are slashers, preferring strong swift attacks to the target's hindquarters to bring them down, followed by a strike to the target's throat with a piercing bite.
www.goodvevil.com /wiki/index.php/Tiger   (1027 words)

 Tiger 1 Encyclopedia Article @ LaunchBase.com (Launch Base)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Tiger I represented a new approach that emphasized firepower and armour at the expense of mobility.
The 88 mm Kwk 36 L/56 gun was the variant chosen for the Tiger and was, along with the Tiger II's 88 mm Kwk 43 L/71, one of the most effective and feared tank guns of WW2.
Tigers were capable of destroying their most common opponents, the T-34, Sherman, or Churchill IV at ranges exceeding 1,600 m.
www.launchbase.com /encyclopedia/Tiger_1   (3574 words)

 Mac OS X v10.4 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tiger was released to the public on April 29, 2005 as the successor to Mac OS X v10.3 "Panther", which was released 18 months earlier.
Tiger is also the first version of any released Apple operating system to work on Intel's x86 platform, though it is only intended to operate on Apple-Intel architecture machines such as the MacBook Pro, MacBook,Intel Mac Mini and Mac Pro.
Tiger is scheduled to be superseded by Mac OS X v10.5 "Leopard" in Spring 2007.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Mac_OS_X_v10.4   (2672 words)

 Search The Llewellyn Encyclopedia: Tiger Eye
Tiger Eye: Tiger eye is a beautiful, golden-brown shiny stone which appears lifelike due to its chatoyancy, or silky luster.
It is a crystallized quartz, made of silica.
Tiger eye helps people gain insight into their own faults, and to think more clearly.
www.llewellynencyclopedia.com /term/Tiger+Eye   (166 words)

The tiger is the vehicle of, and sacred to, the Hindu goddess, Durga.
The tiger is one of four animals associated with the Kagyu lineages of Tibetan Buddhism.
The Indian tiger is heading rapidly towards extinction, thanks to a new breed of wealthy Tibetans who prize the skins as trimming for their traditional costumes, an investigation has shown.
www.khandro.net /animal_tiger.htm   (4588 words)

Smaller animals are often killed with the bite to the nape of the neck allowing the tiger to to fracture the vertebrae and compress the spinal chord of its victim.
No purebred Bengal tiger are known to exist in North America because the zoos hybridized all of their stock trying to produce white tigers that could survive the inbreeding necessary to create the white coat.
Tiger numbers in the wild are thought to have plunged from 100,000 at the beginning of the 20th century to between 5000 and 7000 today.
www.bigcatrescue.org /tiger.htm   (1826 words)

 WWF - Tigers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
While poaching for trade continues to menace the tiger's survival, perhaps the greatest long-term threats are the loss of habitat and the depletion of the tiger's natural prey.
The tiger is the largest of the Asian big cats and can be found in a wide range of habitats, from the evergreen and monsoon forests of the Indo-Malayan realm to the mixed coniferous-deciduous woodlands of the Russian Far East and the mangrove swamps of the Sundarbans, shared by India and Bangladesh.
Tigers are typically solitary hunters and prey mainly on deer and wild pig.
www.panda.org /about_wwf/what_we_do/species/our_solutions/endangered_species/tigers/index.cfm   (892 words)

 Don Markstein's Toonopedia: Tiger
Not that Tiger was as great a classic as the work of Schulz and Lazarus, but it was well received from the day King Features Syndicate launched it, May 3, 1965; and has been a familiar part of the daily and Sunday comics pages, in approximately 120 newspapers, ever since.
Tiger himself is a pretty typical kid, about 8 years old or so.
Tiger co-starred with Ted Shearer's Quincy in the first of them, and in a later one with Gordon Bess's Redeye.
www.toonopedia.com /tiger.htm   (541 words)

 Animal Info - Tiger
The extirpation of tigers on Bali and Java was attributed to extensive habitat fragmentation, widespread loss of critical ungulate prey through disease, and direct mortality by man, partly as a result of civil unrest in the 1960's (armed groups seeking the sanctuary provided by tiger reserves killed the tigers)
The main habitat requirements of the tiger are dense vegetative cover, an adequate supply of large ungulate prey (principally deer and wild pigs), and access to a reliable source of water.
Male and female tigers leave scent marks such as urine sprayed on bushes and trees, feces left in prominent places, scratch marks on trees, and scrapes on the ground to show that their territory is occupied.
www.animalinfo.org /species/carnivor/panttigr.htm   (3321 words)

 Army Technology - Tiger - Attack Helicopter
The Tiger helicopter is being developed for France and Germany in three configurations, HAC (French) and UHT (German) anti-tank helicopters and a combat support helicopter designated HAP for the French Army.
Tiger is being built by Eurocopter, a subsidiary of the EADS (European Aeronautics Defence and Space) company formed by DaimlerChrysler Aerospace of Germany, Aerospatiale Matra of France and CASA of Spain.
The Tiger ARH is a modified version of the Tiger HAP with upgraded MTR390 engines, a laser designator incorporated in the Strix sight for the firing of Hellfire II air-to-ground missiles and M299 "smart" launchers.
www.army-technology.com /projects/tiger   (1235 words)

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With exception of the Lion the tiger is probably the most easily recognised of all wild cats - its fur which ranges from orange to brownish yellow with a white chest and belly is covered with broken vertical fl/dark brown stripes.
In general the tiger is a forest dweller but can also be found in grass land and swamp margins beyond woodland areas - they are never far from a source of water, are strong swimmers and have a particular love of bathing in pools and lakes in hotter regions.
Depending on the size of its prey the tigers killing bite is usually to the throat or neck of its victim - with smaller animals a bite to the neck is often sufficient to sever the spinal chord, whilst with larger prey the throat bite is preferred, gripping the animal until it finally suffocates.
dialspace.dial.pipex.com /agarman/bco/tiger.htm   (1135 words)

 Your Chinese Astrology Sign: The Tiger - astrology.com
Tigers may not be the king of the jungle, but these striped cats are no softies!
Tigers are courageous beyond compare and generally come out ahead in battle, be it in the boardroom or the bedroom.
A lesson that Tigers would be well-served to learn is "moderation in all things." Once these cats can find their center and direct their considerable energies toward worthwhile endeavors (as opposed to racing through life), they will accomplish much.
chinese.astrology.com /tiger.html   (293 words)

 Achtung Panzer! - Tiger I
Tigers were also issued to a heavy company assigned to the panzer regiment of Grossdeutschland division and in turn, Grossdeutschland received complete heavy tank battalion.
Tiger I was armed with powerful 88mm gun (originally developed from 88mm Flak 36 L/56 gun) that made it a very dangerous opponent for any Allied tank, and its thick (but not shot deflecting) armor made it virtually indestructible.
Tiger's turret housed 88mm gun, which was offset to the right and was mounted on a turret ring with 185cm diameter.
www.achtungpanzer.com /tiger.htm   (3671 words)

 Welcome To Tiger Tiger - TigerTiger
The rooms, bars and restaurant of Tiger Tiger combine the experience of laid back lunches, vibrant early evening drinking and late night dancing.
Each Tiger Tiger across the UK is set over several bars and areas, each with their own distinct style, decor and soundtrack.
Tiger Tiger brings you the freshest sounds from the resident Tiger DJ and live performances on stage by the hottest talent.
www.tigertiger.co.uk   (327 words)

 Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger: Page 1
Tiger's longer gestation doesn't mean that the rate of change has slowed, however.
Tiger includes updates that are at least twice as significant as any single past update.
A more accurate analogy is that Mac OS X versions 10.0 through 10.3 represent "the fourth trimester" for Apple's new baby—a phrase used to describe the first three months of human life, during which the baby becomes accustomed to life outside the womb.
www.arstechnica.com /reviews/os/macosx-10.4.ars   (750 words)

 Tiger-tiger facts-bengal tiger-India
If tiger dies we are soon to become extinct, for tiger is an apex species, indicator of the health of the forests (ecosystem) our green lungs which give us fresh air and maintain our climate - otherwise we may as well be extinct.
Tigers need healthy forests and shy away from man. Because of forest degradation and poaching the tiger is losing ground.
White Tiger is a tiger with a reccesive gene not a seperate species.
www.geocities.com /pateluday/tiger1.html   (824 words)

 CIS Network Group - Tiger Tool
Tiger is a set of scripts that scan a Unix system looking for security problems, in the same fashion as Dan Farmer's COPS.
Tiger was originally developed to provide a check of UNIX systems on the A&M campus that want to be accessed from off campus (clearance through the packet filter).
As of Tiger 2.2.2, installsigs is also capable of installing signatures for new OS releases (not new platforms or major releases though).
www.net.tamu.edu /network/tools/tiger.html   (1411 words)

 San Diego Zoo's Animal Bytes: Tiger
This may be a visual cue for tigers looking for other tigers, or it may be a way for mothers to keep their cubs in sight in the dense forest undergrowth.
A tiger’s large canine teeth and powerful jaws are used to grab a prey animal by the neck and suffocate it.
Tigers use their sandpaper-rough tongues to scrape the last bits of meat from the bones of a meal.
www.sandiegozoo.org /animalbytes/t-tiger.html   (1065 words)

 Mac OS X v10.4 Tiger: Developer Overview
Tiger is loaded with a number of cutting edge technologies that translate into new and interesting opportunities for almost every type of developer.
Spotlight, and many of the other new features in Tiger such as Smart Folders, is built on an underlying set of system services that collect, update, and index both the contents and the meta-data of the files on your system.
Mac OS X Tiger's 64-bit support opens the door to the next level of applications—the ones that couldn't be built until now.
developer.apple.com /macosx/tigerdevintro.html   (2940 words)

 Zoo investigates attack by tiger, no word on condition of trainer - USATODAY.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The woman, who has worked at the zoo since 1997, was rushed into surgery Friday night to save her lacerated limb.
At least 50 visitors were in the Lion House when the 350-pound tiger, Tatiana, reached through her cage's iron bars and grabbed the keeper.
While the Lion House is closed for the investigation, the public will be able to see the zoo's four lions and three tigers in the outdoor area of the exhibit, spokesman Paul Garcia said Saturday.
www.usatoday.com /news/nation/2006-12-23-tiger-attack_x.htm   (486 words)

 Tiger Territory. The Internet's most massive information and tiger photograph resource.
Characteristics: The tiger in detail from top to tail: ears, eyes, whiskers, fur, skin, skeleton, cleanliness, communication, life span, pug marks, genetics and more.
Colourations: White Tigers, Albinos, the Rare Golden Tabby, Black and Maltese tigers.
The history of the fabulous white tigers of Rewa.
www.lairweb.org.nz /tiger   (195 words)

 Tasmanian tiger - HighBeam Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
TASMANIAN TIGER [Tasmanian tiger] or Tasmanian wolf: see thylacine.
TAS: Factbox on the demise of the Tasmanian tiger
The Last Tasmanian Tiger: The History and Extinction of the Thylacine.
encyclopedia.infonautics.com /html/X/X-Tasmantig.asp   (224 words)

 Tiger Technologies Web Hosting with Free Domain Name
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Tiger Technologies Web hosting service is different from some of our competitors.
We don't make you go elsewhere to get your domain name, or force you to pay a separate domain registration fee, or ask you to understand the technical side of running your own domain name.
www.tigertech.net   (501 words)

 Tiger: A Fast New Hash Function (Designed in 1995)
Tiger is a fast new hash function, designed to be very fast on modern computers, and in particular on the state-of-the-art 64-bit computers (like DEC-Alpha), while it is still not slower than other suggested hash functions on 32-bit machines (well, not any more, after MD5 and SHA-1 were broken).
It can be used freely, with the reference implementation, with other implementations or with a modification to the reference implementation (as long as it still implements Tiger).
This page will maintain the latest information on the current status of Tiger, an updated copy of the paper, reference implementations, and the S box generation program.
www.cs.technion.ac.il /~biham/Reports/Tiger   (533 words)

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