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TAS, Tas or tas may refer to:

Contents [hide]

1 Places

2 People

3 Arts and entertainment

4 Abbreviations

5 Science and technology

6 Sports

7 Transportation and utilities

8 Military

9 See also


Tasmania, Australia, abbreviation

Tas-Anna, rural locality in Neryuktyayinsky 1-y Rural Okrug of Olyokminsky District in the Sakha Republic,

Tas-Sil, rounded hilltop overlooking Marsaxlokk Bay, Malta, close to the city of ejtun

River Tas, in Norfolk, England


For Turkish-language surname pronounced Tash, see Ta

Given name

Tas Baitieri, Australian former rugby league footballer and coach

Tas Bull (19322003), Australian trade union leader

Tas Pappas (born 1975), Australian skateboarder


Adam Tas (1668 June 1722), South African community leader at the turn of the 17th century in the
Cape Colony (in present day South Africa)
Adam Tas (singer) (born 1981), South African singer and songwriter in Afrikaans

Andrs Rna-Tas (born 1931), Hungarian historian and linguist

Marcelo Tas (born 1959), Brazilian director, writer, actor and television host

Marja van der Tas (born 1958), Dutch politician

Rudi Tas (born 1957), Flemish Belgian composer of choral music, a conductor and an organist


Nickname of Tasmiyah Janeesha Whitehead, arrested for murder of Nikki Whitehead.

Arts and entertainment[edit]

The Absolute Sound magazine

Star Trek: The Animated Series

Tas (series) Science Fiction Books by E.C.Eliott

Tasslehoff Burrfoot, a character in Dragonlance novels


Office of the Taxpayer Advocate or Taxpayer Advocate Service, US

Taipei American School, Taipei, Taiwan (Republic of China)

Tehran American School, Tehran, Iran

The Armidale School, New South Wales, Australia

The Artists' Studio, a community theatre in Indiana, USA

The Associated Schools, a group of schools in Queensland, Australia

The Atlas Society, an organization that promotes Objectivism, the philosophy of Ayn Rand

Travelers' Aid Society (spelled "Travellers" outside the US), a charitable organization

Trent Accreditation Scheme, in UK healthcare

Court of Arbitration for Sport (Tribunal arbitral du sport), Lausanne, Switzerland

Trinity Anglican School, Cairns, Queensland, Australia

Tool-assisted speedrun of a video game

Science and technology[edit]

Transient-absorption Spectroscopy

TAS classification of volcanic rocks by Total Alkali versus Silica

Neutron triple-axis spectrometry

Transesophageal atrial stimulation

Total analysis system

ISO 639 code for Ty Bi, a French-based pidgin language

True Airspeed, Aeronautical

TAS-102, cancer drug

TAS-108 or SR16234, a steroid hormone


Thermal Assisted Switching, approach to computer memory

Tool-assisted speedrun, in video games

Telephony application server, in telecommunications


TAS de Casablanca, Moroccan football club

TAS Racing, motorcycle team, Moneymore, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland

HK Ta, ice hockey club in Belgrade, Serbia

Transportation and utilities[edit]

Tashkent International Airport, IATA code TAS

TAS Transportes Areos Salvador

True airspeed of an aircraft

TasRail, train operator owned by the Government of Tasmania

TasNetworks, Tasmania, Australia, electricity company

TasWireless, wireless networking group, Tasmania, Australia


44M Tas heavy tank, Hungary

44M Tas Rohamlveg, tank destroyer derived from 44M Tas

Tas-Samra Battery, 17981800 artillery battery in amrun, Malta

See also[edit]

Taz (disambiguation)

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