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Tema

(ˈtiːmə)
n
(Placename) a port in SE Ghana on the Atlantic: oil-refining. Pop: 160 000 (2005 est)
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Bernard indica dimensioni e strade con le quali lo studioso sara ora costretto a misurarsi, e costituisce uno stimolo all'approfondimento di temi e questioni che credevamo a torto esauriti dalla letteratura critica apparsa sinora.
My child Temi was asleep on the sofa near the window and she was showered with glass.
If you had to point out an ugly dog, Temi would be the one.
He had called the Fire Department and a private tree company to rescue Temi, but learned that would have cost hundreds of dollars.
Gli interventi del secondo gruppo portano all'attenzione critica temi nuovi o fatti poco conosciuti che meritano un'analisi dettagliata.
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Temi Obadeyi got a second Dale goal, but it did little to ruin the Blades' night.
We know that our MP, Ian Swales, has called for further consultation by the council, perhaps we can hear an opinion from our local MYP Temi Sobowale on what he thinks of the vertical pier?
In this final episode, three lions from the Zambian pride, Kwandi, Loma and alpha female Kela, encounter two buffalo and risk their lives in a chase, while 13-month-old sisters Temi and Tswana go in search of smaller prey.
Nigerian-born Temi Abimbola, 16, died on Tuesday afternoon after getting into difficulty while swimming at Walton Reservoir, in Warrington, with friends.
Representatives from City United, First Class Youth Network, Wispa Magazine and Birmingham City Council; Temi Abimbola, Camille Adejon; Khembe Clarke, Monica Coke; Karl George, MBE, Llewellyn Graham, Dick Owusu-Darko; Richard Taylor, Coun Alam Rudge, Gerald Nembhard; Asaybie Snape, Coun Alan Rudge; The Drifters; Sylton Legister, Beth Shani, Martin Barnet, Tony Henry
For Tunde Dada and his wife, Temi, both Nigeria natives, bringing pieces of the Motherland to American consumers has been a lesson in entrepreneurial risk-taking.