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Tinus Osendarp Dutch sprint runner

Martinus "Tinus" Bernardus Osendarp was a Dutch sprint runner.

<i>Viburnum tinus</i> species of plant

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Tinu Yohannan Indian cricket player.

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Tinus du Plessis Namibian rugby union player

Tinus du Plessis is a Namibian rugby union player and a member of the Namibia national rugby union team. He is a back-row player who plays on both flanks and at number eight.

Tinus Bosselaar Dutch footballer

Martinus Bosselaar was a Dutch footballer who played as a left winger.

Bleeke Bet is a 1934 Dutch comedy film directed by Alex Benno and Richard Oswald.

<i>Speed Track</i> 2007 film by Jayasurya

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<i>Karma</i> (2004 TV series) Indian television series

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Yustinus Pae or Tinus Pae is an Indonesian footballer who currently plays for Persipura Jayapura in the Liga 1. His younger brother Victor Pae is also a professional footballer who plays for Persewar Waropen.

Æ Tinuser was a Danish traditional band who were famous exponents of their genre from the 1950s to the late 1970s.

Tinus may refer to:

Tinus is a genus of nursery web spiders that was first described by Frederick Octavius Pickard-Cambridge in 1901.

Tinun village in Kerman, Iran

Tinun is a village in Derakhtengan Rural District, in the Central District of Kerman County, Kerman Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 40, in 10 families.

Tinus van Gelder was a Dutch cyclist. He competed in the tandem event at the 1948 Summer Olympics.

<i>Ghulami</i> (2015 film) 2015 film by Tinu Verma

Ghulami is a 2015 Indian action film directed by Tinu Verma and produced by Abhay Sinha's Yashi Films Pvt Ltd. The film stars Dinesh Lal Yadav Nirahua, Madhu Sharma, Sara Sharmaa, Tinu Verma, Sudesh Kaul, Kunal Singh, and Shubhi Sharma.

Tinu Verma is an Indian film actor, story writer and producer and action director known for his works in Hindi cinema. Currently, Tinu Verma is seen on the Colors TV mega serial Karmaphal Data Shani, playing the role of Daitya Guru Shukracharya. Karmaphal Data Shani is aired on Colors TV every Monday to Friday at prime time slot of 9 pm.

Dharmendra "Tinu" Suresh Desai is an Indian film director who made his Bollywood debut with 2016 horror flick 1920: London starring Sharman Joshi and Meera Chopra. His next release for the year 2016, the Akshay Kumar starrer Rustom, is reportedly based on K. M. Nanavati v. State of Maharashtra's 1959 court case. The movie also features Ileana D'Cruz, Arjan Bajwa, and Esha Gupta in pivotal roles.

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Tinus peregrinus is a species of nursery web spider in the family Pisauridae. It is found in the United States and Mexico.