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A trustee savings bank is a type of financial institution.
- In the United Kingdom:
- Trustee Savings Bank, a bank in the United Kingdom bank that merged with Lloyds Bank in 1995 to form Lloyds TSB
- Lloyds TSB, the name used by Lloyds Bank in the United Kingdom from 1999 to 2013
- TSB Banking Group, which was separated from Lloyds Bank in 2013 and partially divested through a stock market flotation
- In other countries:
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- Transportation Safety Board of Canada
- Transportation Safety Bureau of Hungary
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- Treib–Seelisberg-Bahn, a funicular railway in the canton of Uri, Switzerland
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- Technology Strategy Board, a UK public body reporting to the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills.
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- Total Serum Bilirubin, in medicine, a measure of bilirubin carried in the blood stream
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