Tibs (disambiguation)

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Tibs or TIBS may refer to:

SMRT Buses is a bus operator in Singapore. A subsidiary of SMRT Corporation, it traded as Trans Island Bus Services until May 2004.

Tibs the Great British Post Offices "number one cat"

Tibs the Great was the British Post Office's "number one cat" and kept the post office headquarters completely mouse-free during his 14 years of service. He was the son of Minnie, and on his death, several newspapers ran an obituary.

Storm Worm

The Storm Worm is a backdoor Trojan horse that affects computers using Microsoft operating systems, discovered on January 17, 2007. The worm is also known as:

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SBS Transit is a public transport operator in Singapore operating bus, rail and taxi services. Mostly owned by ComfortDelGro, it was known as Singapore Bus Service until November 2001. It is the major bus operator in Singapore.

SMRT Corporation Public transport operator in Singapore

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<i>Dharmapala</i> type of wrathful god in Buddhism

A dharmapāla is a type of wrathful god in Buddhism. The name means "Dharma protector or defender" in Sanskrit, and the dharmapālas are also known as the Defenders of the Law (Dharma), or the Protectors of the Law.

Bus transport in Singapore

Bus transport forms a significant part of public transport in Singapore, with over 3.9 million rides taken per day on average as of 2016. There are more than 576 scheduled bus services, operated by SBS Transit, SMRT Buses, Tower Transit Singapore and Go-Ahead Singapore. The newest bus operator, Go-Ahead Singapore started operation from 4 September 2016. There are also around 5,400 buses currently in operation.

Thomas may refer to:

Heruka, is the name of a category of wrathful deities, enlightened beings in Vajrayana Buddhism that adopt a fierce countenance to benefit sentient beings. In East Asia, these are called Wisdom Kings.

Vehicle registration plates in Singapore are administered by the Land Transport Authority.

Geshe or geshema is a Tibetan Buddhist academic degree for monks and nuns. The degree is emphasized primarily by the Gelug lineage, but is also awarded in the Sakya and Bön traditions. The geshema degree is the same as a geshe degree, but is called a geshema degree because it is awarded to women.

Fajar LRT station LRT station in Singapore

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Yishun Bus Interchange was located in northern Singapore, across Yishun Avenue 2 from Yishun MRT Station. The interchange was in operation from 1987 to 2015. Operations were transferred to a temporary site in 2015 and the interchange has been there ever since.

Lim Chu Kang Bus Terminal is a bus terminal located at the end of Lim Chu Kang Road. Service 975 loops at the terminal from Bukit Panjang Bus Interchange. This terminal serves the people working in Lim Chu Kang. As of today, the bus terminal has been converted to a bus stop named Police Coast Guard.

River Tib underground river flowing through Greater Manchester

The River Tib is a minor tributary of the River Medlock in Manchester, England. It has been culverted along its entire length since probably about 1820 and now runs beneath Manchester city centre. Tib Street and Tib Lane are named after the watercourse.

Woodlands Bus Depot is an SMRT Buses bus depot located in Woodlands, Singapore.

Kings of Shambhala

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German National Library of Science and Technology The TIB took on responsibility for operating the German national library of science and technology, as well as architecture, chemistry, computer science, mathematics and physics

The German National Library of Science and Technology, abbreviated TIB, is the national library of the Federal Republic of Germany for all fields of engineering, technology, and the natural sciences. It is jointly funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the 16 German states. Founded in 1959, the library operates in conjunction with the Leibniz Universität Hannover. In addition to acquiring scientific literature, it also conducts applied research in such areas as the archiving of non-textual materials, data visualization and the future Internet. The library is also involved in a number of open access initiatives. With a collection of over 9 million items in 2017, the TIB is the largest science and technology library in the world.