TIBE

AcronymDefinition
TIBETaipei International Book Exhibition
TIBEThe Iowa Biennial Exhibition (est. 2004; Iowa City, IA; hobby exhibition)
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When Tibe rushed to the scene, Uciman also stabbed him in the arm, prompting the policeman to shoot the suspect.
Police officers from Police Community Precinct-3, including PO1 Tibe, then responded to the incident.
(1) Glenda Tibe Bonifacio, Pinay on the Prairies: Filipino Women and Transnational Identities (Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2013), 37.
Glenda Tibe Bonifacio's analysis of Filipino women living on the Canadian Prairies is a welcomed contribution to the growing scholarly literature on Filipinos in Canada.
died 1599) also referred as David of Antioch in his historic text 'Tazkirah oolil albab' has revealed the humoral cause of acne.18 Akbar Arzani (1772 AD) and Hakim Azam Khan (1813-1902 AD) have distinctly expounded the clinical presentation of acne in their texts 'Tibe akbar', 'Meezan al tib' and 'Akseer azam'.19-21
One such example is the saying tibe karufe, ule ti Oronmaken (sometimes also used as a song), which literally means 'From here [from Ugbo Kingdom] to Ile-Ife [the cradle of Yoruba civilization], all land belongs to Oronmaken [the founder of Ugbo Kingdom].' As Oba Mafimisebi explained, 'The Oduduwa group migrated from the east and met the Ugbo at Ile-Ife.
here, Tibe Lam " Tibet's spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, lives nearby and he was visited by the England squad yesterday.
parasitica), fourteen used by the Hogaonon alone, seven (7) used by the Manobo alone while nine (9) were used by the Talaandig tibe alone.
Goertzel forecasts along two possible lines: that developed without AGI (the longer path) and that developed and enhanced by AGI (tibe shorter path).
La Princess; 2.All three are named after their drummer; 3.Nepal and Tibe; 4.