tomia

tomia

the sharp ventral edges of the upper beak of birds.
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Tomia Austin, MEd, a DrPH student at Florida A&M University and APHA member, said her visit to the Goldring Center opened her eyes to all that can be done for a community when food is used as the gateway.
com ; Geron, Tomia, Airbnb and the unstoppable rise of the sharing economy, Forbes magazine, February 2013.
TomiA believes that the introduction of new professions into the Serbian judiciary as of the next year, such as that of public notaries, dispute mediators, and also the increase of the number of bailiffs will take a considerable load off the judiciary, which has already been encumbered with too many cases.
1,3-5) The nestlings of yellow-billed cuckoos have white tomia and a red mouth gape, with the presence of 5 small white papillate patches on the palate, 4 large ones along the caudal part of the choana, 2 on the tongue, and 1 large patch on its dorsal surface (Fig 2).
Wakatobi is an acronym for the four main islands of Wangi- Wangi, Kaledupa, Tomia, and Binongko.
New lighting exhibitors in Dallas include Juno Lighting Group, Tomia Crystal Chandeliers, Lumax Lighting and Elegant Lighting.
kona, the tomia on one side appeared to be more worn or notched than the other, but in most specimens such differences were not detectable.
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