Trice or TrICE may refer to:

  • Trice (surname), a family name and persons with it
  • Track Imaging Cherenkov Experiment, a cosmic ray telescope

Other articles related to "trice":

Bottoms Up (album) - Background and Development
... As of 21 May 2007, Obie Trice told MTV that he was at the time "a few songs deep", and had by that point collaborated with just Daz Dillinger ... On the topic of collaborating, Obie Trice also explained to MTV, “ I don't really know a lot of artists — I'm in Detroit ... ” But in July, XXL displayed in an Obie Trice interview that Obie said he would not to compromise his integrity ...
Bob Trice
... Robert Lee Trice (August 28, 1926 – September 16, 1988) was a Major League Baseball pitcher who played for the Philadelphia Athletics (1953–1954) and Kansas ... Trice was brought to Philadelphia in 1953 after winning 21 games for the Ottawa A's of the International League ... Trice died at the age of 62 in Weirton, West Virginia ...
Jack Trice
... Johnny "Jack" Trice (1902 – October 8, 1923) was a football player who became the first African-American athlete from Iowa State College (now Iowa State University) ... Trice died due to injuries suffered during a college football game against the University of Minnesota on October 6, 1923 ...
Got Some Teeth - Background
... In the second verse, Trice is enticed to approach "Karen", but doesn't due to her having a venereal disease and many children with various men ... stand because she doesn't want to go home to another night of masturbation, Trice agrees saying that he wouldn't want to head home with a woman who has implants ... In the last verse the bar is filled with obese women and Trice feels out of place because he has a "big-girl disorder" ...
Bottoms Up (album) - Track Listing
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Famous quotes containing the word trice:

    If you are ambitious of climbing up to the difficult, and in a manner inaccessible, summit of the Temple of Fame, your surest way is to leave on one hand the narrow path of Poetry, and follow the narrower track of Knight-Errantry, which in a trice may raise you to an imperial throne.
    Miguel De Cervantes (1547–1616)