Tania (disambiguation)

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Tania is a female given name

Tania may also refer to:

Mu Ursae Majoris star in the constellation Ursa Major

Mu Ursae Majoris, formally named Tania Australis, is a binary star in the constellation of Ursa Major. An apparent visual magnitude of +3.06 places it among the brighter members of the constellation. Parallax measurements give an estimated distance of roughly 230 light-years from the Sun, with a margin of error of 4%.

Tania is a lichenized genus of fungi in the family Arthoniaceae.

<i>Our Beloved Revolutionary Sweetheart</i> 1988 studio album by Camper Van Beethoven

Our Beloved Revolutionary Sweetheart is a 1988 album by Camper Van Beethoven, released on Virgin Records. It was the band's first major-label album, and was produced by Dennis Herring, the first time the band had used an outside producer.

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Tanja is a female given name

Tanya is an early work of Hasidic philosophy by Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi.

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