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Tige is a masculine given name and nickname which may refer to:


Tige Andrews actor

Tiger "Tige" Andrews was an American character actor. He is best remembered for his law-enforcement roles as Captain Adam Greer and Lieutenant Johnny Russo in two ABC crime drama television series, The Mod Squad and The Detectives Starring Robert Taylor respectively.

Tige Reynolds American cartoonist

Edward Samuel "Tige" Reynolds was an American cartoonist, most known for his work in the Portland Oregonian, where he worked from 1911 until his death. Born in Oskaloosa, Iowa, he began his newspaper work in California, and eventually worked for the San Francisco Evening Post, Tacoma Ledger, and the Vancouver Province before settling at the Oregonian.

<i>Tige and Daniel Show</i>

The Tige And Daniel Show is a CRS/CA award winning and CMA nominated American radio show that broadcasts throughout the United States including Atlanta, New Orleans, Milwaukee, Sacramento, Hartford, Omaha and internationally on IHeartRadio "New Country" channel. As of 2018, the show originates from the IHeartRadio studio located next to Jason Aldean's Kitchen and Rooftop Bar on lower Broadway in Nashville which is open to public to view broadcast.

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<i>Buster Brown</i> comic strip character created in 1902 by Richard Felton Outcault

Buster Brown was a comic strip character created in 1902 by Richard F. Outcault. Adopted as the mascot of the Brown Shoe Company in 1904, Buster Brown, his sweetheart Mary Jane, and his dog Tige, an American Pit Bull Terrier, were well known to the American public in the early 20th century. The character's name was also used to describe a popular style of suit for young boys, the Buster Brown suit, that echoed his own outfit.

Jimbo is a diminutive form of the given name James. It is also a Japanese surname. It may refer to:

Ben is frequently used as a shortened version of the given names Benjamin or Benedict, and is also a very common given name in its own right.

<i>Hare and Tortoise</i> board game

Hare and Tortoise is a German-style board game designed by David Parlett in 1974 and first published by Intellect Games. In 1978 it was released by Ravensburger in Germany, where the game became a huge hit. It has since sold some 2 million units in at least ten languages, including several known pirated editions. The current edition is published by Gibsons Games in the UK, Ravensburger in Germany and Rio Grande Games in the United States.

Larry is a masculine given name in English, derived from Lawrence or Laurence. It can be a shortened form of those names.

Justin is an anglicized form of the Latin given name Justinus, a derivative of Justus, meaning "just", "fair", or "righteous". Justinus was the name borne by various early saints, notably a 2nd-century Christian apologist and a boy martyr of the 3rd century. The name is also related to the similar Latin name Justinian. As an English name, Justin is common particularly in the English-speaking world starting in the latter half of the 20th century.

Eric male given name

The given name Eric, Erik, or Erick is derived from the Old Norse name Eiríkr. The first element, ei- is derived either from the older Proto-Norse *aina(z), meaning "one, alone, unique", as in the form Æinrikr explicitly, or from *aiwa(z) "everlasting, eternity". The second element -ríkr stems either from *ríks "king, ruler" or from the therefrom derived *ríkijaz "kingly, powerful, rich, prince". The name is thus usually taken to mean "sole ruler, autocrat" or "eternal ruler, ever powerful".

<i>Imitation General</i> 1958 film by George Marshall

Imitation General is a 1958 CinemaScope war comedy film starring Glenn Ford, Red Buttons and Taina Elg. The film was based on a short story of the same name by William Chamberlain.

Marvin & Tige (1983), also titled Like Father, Like Son, is an American drama film directed by Eric Weston and written by Wanda Dell based on a novel by Frankcina Glass. Marvin, a heavy-drinking widower who has seen better days and makes a living taking odd jobs, meets suicidal youngster Tige.

William Arthur "Tige" Stone was an outfielder in Major League Baseball. He played for the St. Louis Cardinals in 1923.

Tige Simmons Australian wheelchair basketball player

Tige Arthur Simmons, OAM is an Australian wheelchair basketball player who represented Australia in the 2008, 2012 and 2016 Paralympic Games.

Tige Savage is an American investor, co-founder and managing partner of Revolution LLC, a principal investment firm based in Washington, D.C., which has investments in companies such as RunKeeper, Homesnap, Booker, Framebridge, Busbud, BenchPrep, and Insikt. He was a key investor in LivingSocial in its founding years.

<i>Young Fury</i> 1965 film by Christian Nyby

Young Fury is a 1965 American Western film directed by Christian Nyby and written by Steve Fisher. The film stars Rory Calhoun, Virginia Mayo, William Bendix, Lon Chaney Jr., Richard Arlen and John Agar. The film was released in February 1965, by Paramount Pictures.

In Enemy Country is a 1968 American action film directed by Harry Keller and starring Anthony Franciosa, Anjanette Comer and Guy Stockwell. During World War II a group of Allied agents are sent on a secret mission to German-occupied France to destroy a dangerous new weapon.

Maguire Surname list

Maguire is an Irish surname from the Gaelic Mag Uidhir, which is "son of Odhar" or "son of the dun or dark coloured one". According to legend, the eleventh in descent from Colla da Chrich, great-grandson of Cormac mac Airt, monarch of Ireland about the middle of the third century. From the 13th to the 17th centuries, the Maguires were kings of Fermanagh.