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TIMAToyo Ito Museum of Architecture (Ehime, Japan)
TIMATool Inventory Management Application
TIMATechniques of Informatics and Microelectronics for Computer Architecture
TIMATechniques de l'Informatique et de la Microélectronique pour l'Architecture (French: Techniques of Informatics and Microelectronics for Architecture)
TIMAThermal Insulation Manufacturers Association
TIMATaiwan International Medical Alliance (est. 2001)
TIMATokyo International Mineral Association (Japan)
TIMAThe Interactive Media Alliance
TIMATürkiye nin is Melekleri Agi
TIMATools Inventory Management Application
TIMATurkiye Is Melekleri Agi (Business Angels Network; Turkey)
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Veneracion shared insights on documentary making while Tima engaged the audience with 360-degree journalism.
Commenting on the new series, Simran Sethi, Director of International Originals at Netflix, said: "We are extremely proud to partner with Tima again to produce what is essentially the first Middle Eastern young adult series that celebrates the role of women, not only on screen, but behind the scenes as well.
Her father also operated a bus business Tima Bus Line.
Al Hashemi will be joined by Lebanese female mountaineer Tima Deryan.
The source added that the army men further crossed Bardaya mountains and seized control over Kafr Hoor and Beit Tima regions up to Tal (hill) al-Ziyat.
Alan's aunt Tima Kurdi sent the song to Aylan's father as soon as she heard it.
Snowfall is expected at 1500 meters and above as the eastern Mediterranean basin is gradually affected by the atmospheric depression Tima coming from Turkey.
TORONTO (CyHAN)- Tima Kurdi, aunt of the drowned Syrian boy Aylan Kurdi, welcomed her brother's family to Canada on Monday, which marks "a new beginning and a new life" for her relatives fleeing the war-torn Syria.
Whereas the first event is expressed by means of a lexical root, the second is expressed by means of a derivational suffix, as I will show for the Afroasiatic Chadic language Hausa (Section 2.1), the Niger-Congo language Tima (Section 2.2), and a number of Nilo-Saharan Nilotic languages (Section 2.3).
aS I sat looking into the eyes of Tima Kurdi, her heart broken, the sound of her sobbing was loud enough to wake North America from its moral slumber.
Tima Kurdi, front, aunt of late brothers Aylan and Galip Kurdi, is comforted by her husband Rocco Logozzo as she speaks to the media outside her home in Coquitlam, British Columbia aS I sat looking into the eyes of Tima Kurdi, her heart broken, the sound of her sobbing was loud enough to wake North America from its moral slumber.
For his part, acting Secretary-General of Darah Fahad Al-Shammari announced two initiatives for Darah: its accession to the Islamic Manuscript Association (TIMA) together with creation of a mobile electronic unit for indexing and digitization of manuscripts; and secondly, signing of a cooperation program for preserving manuscripts with families of Al-Bizati and Khiyari.