TIRD


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TIRDTimor Integrated Rural Development
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From praising the sovereign to vehement critiques at his address was only a step; this shift was accomplished in a short period of time and debuted with the territorial losses in the summer of 1940, when Romania lost approximately a third of its territory and a tird of the population: Bessarabia (then occupied by the Soviet Union), North-Western Transylvania with Bukovina (Romanian territory taken by Hungary) and Dobrudja (which, following the Treaty of Craiova, was given to Bulgaria) (Midan, 2008: 284-357).
My father, a dyed-in-the-wool, native-born Eastsider, professed that anyone who lived north of 59th Street was a "farmer.'' He told my mother, who lived on 33rd Street ("tirty-tird near tird Avenue,'' to be more specific) that, when she married him (he was from 36th Street), she "married up.''
- 29 freak accidents on the tird day of Eid Al-Adha and no deaths reported.