Trivial Pursuit is now played in 33 countries, with sales since its launch topping 50 million Canadian dollars (47 million US).
What does TP stand for?
TP stands for Trivial Pursuit (game by Horn Abbot Ltd.; Horn Abbot International Limited)
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- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 84 other meanings of TP in our Acronym Attic
- Treponema Palidum (bacteria)
- Trial Period
- Trial Proof (art)
- Trigger Point (massage therapy)
- Trigonometric Points
- Trillian Pro (multi-IM client)
- Triose Phosphate
- Triple Parity (RAID technology)
- Triple Play (amusement park ride)
- Triple Play (baseball)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Valleys playwright is currently touring with Trivial Pursuits and had rehearsed with actress Marie Arnold in the role of Eddie, which is a character usually played by a man, but thanks to her unusually deep voice, Marie got the job.
Plus you can track your own best categories over time with your custom trivial pursuit profile.
Trivial Pursuits is the new production by Coventry's Phoenix Players and the cast includes Adam Neale, Elizabeth Warner, Debby Last and Jennie Watson.
Byline: with bob low THERE was a time when Trivial Pursuit and fondu were the be-all of trendy dinner parties.
Trivial Pursuit was the brainchild of two Canadian journalists: Scott Abbott, former sports editor with the Canadian Press; and Chris Haney, photo editor for the Montreal Gazette.
David Williamson tells how the dice fell IN gaming history, Trivial Pursuit is still an infant.
A sort of Trivial Pursuit on the people, places and events shaping the 20th century, the game crafted by Bennett and Paula Hoppe is aimed at sparking memories and conversation as the year 2000 approaches.