TMK

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TMKTees Maar Khan (Indian film)
TMKThe Mushroom Kingdom (Super Mario Bros video games)
TMKTorchmark Corporation (McKinney, TX)
TMKTomakomai (Japan)
TMKTerrain Model Kit
TMKTouch My Katamari (gaming)
TMKTrupat Mbrojtese te Kosoves (Albanian: Kosovo Protection Corps)
TMKTax Map Key (Hawaii)
TMKTo My Knowledge
TMKTraditional Medical Knowledge
TMKTylko Mnie Kochaj (Polish: Only Love)
TMKTotal Mortal Kombat (gaming)
TMKTerminal Master Key
TMKThe Math Killer
TMKThe Missing K
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Hi-resolution time-lapse in the US Gulf of Mexico is also attracting attention and being repeated at the marine storage demonstrator project in Tomakomai, Japan.
To Develop 3.1-MW Softbank Tomakomai Numanohata Solar Park.
Damage from liquefaction also has been confirmed in the city's Higashi Ward and the cities of Ebetsu, Kitahiroshima and Tomakomai.
With electricity restored, Toyota Motor Corp (7203.T) said on Monday its parts factory in Tomakomai, Hokkaido, which builds transmissions and other components, was preparing to resume production during the night shift.
Toyota Motor Corp's Tomakomai factory, which makes transmissions and other parts, said operations remained suspended indefinitely until power was restored, a spokesman said.
The epicenter was east of the city of Tomakomai but the shaking also affected Hokkaido's prefectural capital of Sapporo, with a population of 1.9 million.
- New Kitakami Will Go into Service on Regular Route between Nagoya, Sendai, and Tomakomai -
A man in his 20s was found dead in the city of Tomakomai after he and two others attempted to rescue a motorist whose car was stranded in heavy snow, dpa reported.
It can serve as a gateway to the north of the country with bullet train connections to Aomori and Akita further north and ferries also connecting the city to Tomakomai in Hokkaido.
The children were receiving care as inpatients or outpatients at 1 of 6 medical facilities (4 hospitals and 2 clinics) in the cities of Sapporo, Tomakomai, Muroran, and Urakawa (Figure 1).
This finding was first presented at the International Symposium on Poly(ADP-ribose) in Tomakomai, Hokkaido, Japan in 1974.