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Tamm

(tam),
Igor, 20th-century U.S. virologist. See: Tamm-Horsfall mucoprotein, Tamm-Horsfall protein.
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Signhild Tamm spotted the ideal item to use for the statolith in the model.
In one part of the book, Tamm reveals about Chinmoy telling her mother to have an abortion when she became pregnant again.
The new school registration service is being implemented under TAMM's 'Get Education' integrated journey, which offers a single platform that simplifies the process of enrolling children in schools.
The TAMM initiative was launched at the start of the year,
Abu Dhabi's Department of Economic Development, ADDED, and Abu Dhabi's Smart Solutions and Services Authority, ADSSSA, have implemented the Tamm system, which will shorten the process of obtaining an economic licence from eight steps to only one step, without the need to visit any government entity.
The ctenophore statocyst exploits both motile and sensory functions of cilia (Tamm, 1982, 2014a, b).
Tamm adds that the company wants to "maintain and raise the quality of services [we provide], and we would need a much larger team.
Tamm further wrote in the book that Chinmoy bizarrely "banned any friendships with people outside the centre .
ABT Studio Company member Eric Tamm says that being in the second company offers "an opportunity for us to dance principal roles that we wouldn't get if we were in the ABT corps." He's found working with up and coming choreographers exciting, too.
Romana (aka Mary Tamm, above right, and Lalla Ward)
Paul Tamm, who lives in Oakland and belongs to the Umpqua Velo Club, says people of all abilities can enjoy Tour de Fronds VI, coming up on June 14.