Tus

Tus may refer to:

  • Tus, Iran, an ancient city in the Iranian province of Razavi Khorasan
  • Tus-e Olya, a village in Razavi Khorasan Province, Iran
  • Tus-e Sofla, a village in Razavi Khorasan Province, Iran
  • Tus Rural District, in Razavi Khorasan Province, Iran
  • Tus protein, involved in termination of prokaryotic DNA replication
  • Tucson International Airport

Other articles related to "tus":

Tiberius Claudius Maximus - Latin Inscription From The Tombstone of Philippi (northern Greece)
... VII C(laudia) P(ia) F(ideli) fac/ tus qu(a)estor equit(um) / singularis legati le/ gionis eiusdem vexil/ larius equitum item / bello Dacico ob virtu/ te(m) donis donatus ab ...
Tus Citadel
... The Citadel of Tus (or Arg-e Tus) is a citadel from the Sassanid era, located in Tus, in Razavi Khorasan province of Iran ...
Tu S Mechtersheim - History
... TuS Mechtersheim was founded on 1 March 1914 as Viktoria Mechtersheim ... Mechtersheim in 1946, before resuming its old identity as Tus Mechtersheim in March 1950 ... TuS played through most of its history at the amateur level ...
Tu S Helene Altenessen - History
... The team was established in 1928 as Werks-TuS Helene Altenessen and in 1934 merged with TuS Sälzer-Amalie Essen to form Turn- und Sportverein Helene Altenessen ... TuS was a worker's side that had a close association with the Krupp family-owned mining company until the mid-50s ... TuS then captured the Gauliga Niederrhein (I) title in 1941 and made appearances in the opening rounds of both the national championship and the Tschammerpokal, predecessor to today's DFB-Pokal (Germa ...
Landesliga Lüneburg - Champions - Bezirksoberliga Lüneburg 1979–1994
... TuSG Ritterhude 1986 SV Eintracht Lüneburg 1987 Cuxhavener SV 1988 SV Ahlerstedt/Ottendorf 1989 TuS Neetze 1990 SV Drochtersen/Assel 1991 TuS Heeslingen 1992 ...