TIMARA


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TIMARATechnology in Music and Related Arts
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Only four weeks later, Timara put Junior to bed and he never woke up.
Timara has since channelled her energies into supporting others who had gone through similar experiences.
The 22-year-old, from Irvinestown, Co Fermanagh, smiled as she posed with little Timara and Katie - born to her pal Jean Brosnan while she was in the Academy house for 10 weeks.
The Timara Merlot Cabernet Sauvignon 2000 (Bottoms Up pounds 4.99) is a competitively-priced, unoaked and medium-bodied red, with primary fruit flavours of blackcurrant and plums, With a dry soft finish, good structure, but no great complexity, I gave this 15+.
FOND FAREWELL: Marion Stain says thank you for her flowers, a bird bath and other gifts to Timara Woodward, aged 5, and her classmates.
He clings to mum Timara Lock's hand on what should be a joyous occasion.
- Mary Jane Houston Wilson (Low), 4 Broadway Avenue, Timara, South Canterbury, New Zealand.
Jackie MacTimara Dry White (Timara Dry White): A fresh, youthful and sprightly wine with good potential for the future.