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TIWATaiwan International Workers Association
TIWATAFE International Western Australia
TIWAThe International Water Academy (Oslo, Norway)
TIWATexas Intersholastic Wrestling Association
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The police conducted scientific tests, including DNA, fingerprints and footprints, from the accused, but none matched those on police records, but COP Tiwa Addo-Danquah went on that the Homicide Squad was leaving no stone unturned in the leads so far provided.
There are millions of women globally who are more busy than Tiwa, yet try to make time to cook for their hubby."
Although the tribes interact, they speak five separate languages: Keresan, Tewa, Tiwa, Towa, and Zuni.
Last year its tourism wing, Naturez--already owner-operators of a dozen huge luxury yachts--bought one lodge, Jungle Palace, and this year might be buying another one, Tiwa. Do they know something the rest of us don't?
He belongs to a scheduled tribe Tiwa, also known as Lalungs, which has a population of about 1.7 lakh.
An elder of the clan Tiwa Feo described burning Fai as tantamount to murdering one's wife.
Already a cause celebre in its native Thailand, where it was initially banned then snipped for March release, this strikingly lensed and designed psychochiller by thirtysomething d.p.-turned-helmer Tiwa Moeithaisong (lenser of "Bangkok Love Story") is likely to challenge (and confuse) ratings boards worldwide with its mixture of unblinking grisliness and arty aspirations.
Ku Justina Shivolo Omolwashike kuna oku tiwa kutya iilonga yaakiintu ngele naye oteyi vulu?
NEW Haddington Athletic boss David Griffiths has appointed Nigerian Tiwa Cardoso as assistant boss and offered players Ryan Grant and Robert Greenaway coaching roles.
Located 7,000 feet above sea level in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, a two-and-a-half-hour drive from Albuquerque Airport and 70 miles from Santa Fe, the home of the "red willow" (the meaning of taos in the native Tiwa language) has for years attracted those with adventure in their souls and creativity in their hearts.
A case where the features of the active/passive and the direct/inverse combine can be seen in Southern Tiwa, which has constructions resembling both passive and inverse.
The historic Taos Pueblo, home of the Tiwa Indians since at least 900 AD, now enjoys a rich mixture of Anglo, Native American and Spanish cultures.