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Tiddas may refer to:

Tiddas are a female folk trio from Victoria, Australia.

Tiddas (commune) Commune in Rabat-Salé-Kénitra, Morocco

Tiddas is a commune in Khémisset Province of the Rabat-Salé-Kénitra administrative region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 11,831 people living in 2575 households. Tiddas is noted for its moussem every September, and colourful horsemen.

<i>Tiddas</i> (novel) book by Anita Heiss

Tiddas is a novel by Anita Heiss published in 2014. The title Tiddas is an Aboriginal term for "women who are like sisters".

Plural of Tidda: (Noun) sister Northern koori usage (Australian aboriginal pidgin)

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David Arden is an Australian guitar player, singer and songwriter. He has performed with Archie Roach, Ruby Hunter, Tiddas, Bart Willoughby, Mixed Relations and with members of Shane Howard, Paul Kelly, Not Drowning Waving and Hunters and Collectors. He is currently a member and co Musical Director of The Black Arm Band.

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<i>Dancing with My Spirit</i>

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<i>Inside My Kitchen</i>

Inside My Kitchen is the debut extended play (EP) by Australian three-piece folk group Tiddas. The EP was released in October 1992.

<i>Sing About Life</i> 1993 studio album by Tiddas

Sing About Life is the debut studio album by Australian three-piece folk group Tiddas. The album was released in November 1993 and peaked at number 36 on the ARIA Charts and was certified gold in Australia. The album was re-released in 1994 with a bonus live disc.

<i>Tiddas</i> (album)

Tiddas is the second studio album by Australian three-piece folk group Tiddas. The album was released in August 1996 and peaked at number 36 on the ARIA Charts.

<i>Show Us Ya Tiddas</i>

Tiddas is the first and only live album by Australian three-piece folk group Tiddas. It is also the group's final recording with the group disbanding shortly after its release in May 2000. The album was recorded live at the Continental Café in Prahran, over two nights in September 1999. The album was released in late 1999.

<i>Lethal by the Kilo</i>

Lethal By the Kilo is the third and final studio album by Australian three-piece folk group Tiddas. The album was released in October 1998 and supported the released with a national tour. The album was nominated for Album of the Year at the Deadly Awards 1999. The group recorded a live album in 1999 and disbanded in May 2000.

Ignorance Is Bliss (Tiddas song)

"Ignorance Is Bliss" is a song recorded by Australian folk band Tiddas. The song was released in July 1996 as the lead single from the band's second studio album, Tiddas. The song peaked at number 97 on the ARIA Charts. The song is inspired by an argument with Bob Geldof while touring in 1993.