Tinca may refer to several places in Bihor County, Romania:
Tinca is a commune in the south-central part of Bihor County, Transylvania, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Belfir (Bélfenyér), Gurbediu (Tenkegörbed), Girișu Negru (Feketegyörös), Râpa (Körösmart) and Tinca.
Husasău de Tinca is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,395 people. It is composed of five villages: Fonău (Rózsafalva), Husasău de Tinca, Miersig (Nyárszeg), Oșand (Vasand) and Sititelec (Székelytelek).
Căpâlna is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 1,663 people (2011). It is composed of five villages: Căpâlna, Ginta (Gyanta), Rohani (Rohány), Săldăbagiu Mic (Körösszáldobágy) and Suplacu de Tinca (Tenkeszéplak). The commune is situated in the southern part of Bihor County, on the right bank of the Crișul Negru, at a distance of 60 km from Oradea, 26 km from Beiuș and 40 km from Salonta.
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Bihor County is a county (județ) of Romania, in Crișana. Its capital city is Oradea.
The tench or doctor fish is a fresh- and brackish-water fish of the cyprinid family found throughout Eurasia from Western Europe including the British Isles east into Asia as far as the Ob and Yenisei Rivers. It is also found in Lake Baikal. It normally inhabits slow-moving freshwater habitats, particularly lakes and lowland rivers. In Germany, Austria and Switzerland, the tench is called Schlei.
The Jijia is a river in Ukraine and the Moldavia region of Romania. It rises in Ukraine at an altitude of 410 metres, flows south in Botoșani County through the town of Dorohoi and meets the Prut in Gorban, Iași County. It has a length of 287 km (178 mi) and a drainage area of about 5,770 km2 (2,230 sq mi), of which 5,757 km2 (2,223 sq mi) in Romania. Major tributaries are the rivers Sitna, Miletin and Bahlui.
Râpa may refer to several villages in Romania:
Opisthorchis felineus, or cat liver fluke is a trematode parasite that infects the liver in mammals. It was first discovered in 1884 in a cat's liver by Sebastiano Rivolta of Italy. In 1891, Russian parasitologist, Konstantin Nikolaevich Vinogradov (1847–1906) found it in a human, and named the parasite a "Siberian liver fluke". In the 1930s, helminthologist Hans Vogel of Hamburg published an article describing the life cycle of Opisthorchis felineus.
Tenke may refer to:
The Bishop's Bedroom is an Italian thriller-drama film directed by Dino Risi adapted from the novel of the same name by Piero Chiara. It stars Ugo Tognazzi, Ornella Muti and Patrick Dewaere. Supporting actors include Lia Tanzi and Piero Mazzarella.
The Săraz River is a right tributary of the river Crișul Negru in Romania. It discharges into the Crișul Negru near Tinca.
Cociuba Mare is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,798 people. It is composed of four villages: Cărăsău (Karaszó), Cheșa (Kisháza), Cociuba Mare and Petid (Petegd).
Capoeta banarescui. the Colchic scraper or Banarescu’s barb, is a species of cyprinid fish known from Turkey. It inhabits swiftly flowing water with cobbles and pebbles bottom.
Capoeta tinca, or the Anatolian khramulya or western fourbarbel scraper, is a species of cyprinid fish endemic to Turkey, inhabiting swiftly flowing rivers.
The Leuciscinae, commonly known as true minnows, are a large subfamily of the freshwater fish family Cyprinidae.
Goggausee is a lake of Carinthia, Austria.The Goggausee lies in the area of the Gurktaler Alps, north of Feldkirchen in Carinthia, in a very windless pool. Due to the sheltered location, the water is little mixed despite its small depth and already after a few meters oxygen poor.
The East Atlantic peacock wrasse is a species of wrasse native to the eastern Atlantic Ocean from Spain to Morocco and in the coastal waters of the Mediterranean Sea and the Black Sea. This species lives around rocks surrounded by eelgrass and can also be found in brackish waters in lagoons. It occurs at depths from 1 to 50 m. This species can reach 44 cm (17 in) in standard length, though most grow no larger than 25 cm (9.8 in). This species is sought as a game fish and is also important to local peoples as a food fish. It can also be found in the aquarium trade.
Tinca Stegovec was a Slovenian artist, known mostly for her printmaking and painting, and associated with the group of artists internationally known as Ljubljana Graphic School.
Adrian Tinca was a Romanian former rugby union player and coach. He played as centre.