Tame may refer to:
- Taming, the act of training wild animals
- River Tame, Greater Manchester
- River Tame, West Midlands and the Tame Valley
- Tame, Arauca, a Colombian town and municipality
- "Tame" (song), a song by the Pixies from their 1989 album Doolittle
- TAME (IATA code: EQ), an airline that belongs to the Ecuadorian military T.A.M.E
- tert-Amyl methyl ether, an oxygenated chemical compound often added to gasoline.
Other articles related to "tame":
... Brown, better known by his stage name, Tame One, is an underground rapper from New Jersey currently signed to the label Amalgam Digital ... Tame One's style is often credited with bringing a "classical element of style to the hip-hop culture" ... In July 2009 Tame One released a music video for his single "Anxiety Attacks" the video was directed by Derek Pike ...
... Wild animals may self-domesticate when tame behaviour enhances their survival near humans ... An environment that supports the survival of tame animals can lead to other changes in behaviour and appearance as well ... Smaller skulls on tame animals have been noticed in other species ...
... between underground New York City hip-hop artist Cage Kennylz and Newark artist Tame One of the Artifacts ... ride." Making their debut on Cage's 2003 EP Weatherproof and on Tame One's first full length solo album When Rappers Attack ... Both Tame One and Cage have gone on to form the Weathermen, an underground hip-hop super-group featuring, among others, El-P and Aesop Rock ...
... Tame did not believe in seeking political power nor propagandising the masses, but saw the importance of influencing the intellectual debate ... Tame was equally opposed to censorship ... At the Conservative Party conference in 1990, Tame disrupted a rally organised by censorship advocate Mary Whitehouse by masterminding an invasion by scantily clad models claiming to be "Conservatives against ...
... be used to predict the outcome of The sum of any nimbers and any tame games The sum of any one game given its genus, any number of nim games *1, *2 or *3, and ... added to another restive game of the same species, are still tame ... A half tame game, added to itself, is equivalent to *0 ...
Famous quotes containing the word tame:
“Nor the tame will, nor timid brain,
Nor heavy knitting of the brow
Bred that fierce tooth and cleanly limb
And threw him up to laugh on the bough;
No government appointed him.”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)
“To do something, say something, see something, before anybody elsethese are things that confer a pleasure compared with which other pleasures are tame and commonplace, other ecstacies cheap and trivial.”
—Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (18351910)
“The stabbing horror of life is not contained in calamities and disasters, because these things wake one up and one gets very familiar and intimate with them and finally they become tame again.... No, it is more like being in a hotel room in Hoboken let us say, and just enough money in ones pocket for another meal.”
—Henry Miller (18911980)