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Reference to Tuscaloosa, Alabama -- the official college town of the University of Alabama.

Also doubles as the other Tuscaloosa, Alabama nickname (as it relates to the University of Alabama football program's all-time, NCAA-leading 12 national titles): Title Town.
"This year, Bama plays Auburn at Bryant-Denny, so the Barners will get their asses kicked in T-town."

"Winning 12 national football titles -- which is more than any other school in the country -- warrants calling Tuscaloosa Title Town (T-town)."
by Stays Crunchy In Milk October 23, 2008
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Tulsa was originally named Tulsey town when it was founded back in the 19th century. It was given the nickname T-Town, and later, by the time it was an official city in1897, it's name had already been changed to Tulsa while retaining the nickname T-town.
"We're going from OKC up route 66 to T-Town."
by mazeppa May 08, 2009
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An abreviation for any village, town, city, or populated area whose legitimate name starts with T. Often used by youth to make their current location sound more "street".
I live in Tacoma, WA - T-Town.
My friend lives in Toronto - T-Town.
by Mad_Rhetoric September 25, 2005
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Ttown is also a term of endearment for Tacoma, Washington. When you come to Ttown don’t miss our glass museum ( Dale Chihuly’s home town) and our many shops and exhibits of urban art. We have our own railroad, light-rail, and good bus system.

Ttown is located 30 miles south of Seattle, Washington.
by TTownT July 12, 2008
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