TAIMA


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TAIMATraitement et Analyse de l'Information : Méthodes et Applications
TAIMATownsville Aboriginal and Islander Media Association (Australia)
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It is here in Taima that knife-wielding monster "Jihadi John" was born.
An army unit thwarted an attempt by an armed terrorist group to infiltrate into a military post in Bait Taima town in Damascus Countryside, leaving its members killed and wounded.
They kept this land until Ogelahm Omar ibn al-Khattab to Taima and Erah.
Leaders: executive director Jenny Carryer, chairpersons Taima Campbell (Maori) and Judy Yarwood (non-Maori).
15h00: Chabab Houara (2e division)-HUSA Agadir (1e division)- Terrain 16 Novembre - Oulad Taima.
Work has also started on $50.7m worth of housing projects for the medical staff of Taima, Amlaj and Duba hospitals.
This numinous gold ink version of the Taima Mandara dates from the fourteenth century.
In this regard, another occasion of iconographic conflation or proximity was observed between the image of Fifteen Mysteries of the Rosary and Taima Mandara, a schematic representation of Amida's paradisiacal Pure Land.
(54) Kohno H, Taima M, Sumida T, Azuma Y, Ogawa H, Tanaka T.
Case T-407/06, brought by Zhejiang Aokang Shoes Co., established in Yongjia (China), and Case T-408/06, brought by Wenzhou Taima Shoes Co., Ltd, established in Wenzhou (China), called for the partial annulment of Council Regulation (EC) No 1472/2006 of 5 October 2006, which applied anti-dumping duties on leather footwear from China and Vietnam.
1930s, Louise Taima Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress.
"It is our hope that Zambia will be a model," said Zambian Deputy Minister of Commerce, Trade and Industry Richard Taima. "We are working toward establishing a harmonized free trade area."