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Ta·ma·yo

 (tä-mä′yō), Rufino 1899-1991.
Mexican artist whose bold, textured works were influenced by pre-Columbian symbols as well as cubism and expressionism.

Ta•ma•yo

(tɑˈmɑ yoʊ)

n.
Rufino, 1899–91, Mexican painter.
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Tamayo said the fraudulent practice was uncovered in an operation conducted by a team from the local government's motor pool in Norala town on Thursday last week.
Andrea Marie Tamayo Ulep led the groundbreaking ceremony alongside (from left) Gil Somblingo, Chief Finance Officer of DDT Konstract, Inc.; Edimar Ulep, COO and General Manager of Whiteport, Inc.; Engr.
Reynaldo Tamayo, Jr., the three-term mayor of Tupi, a sleepy town known for its fruit and vegetable production, is set to upset Fuentes' reelection bid.
Carl Tamayo, Kevin Quiambao and Terrence Fortea powered the Bullpups' rally from a 30-25 halftime deficit, outscoring the Blue Eaglets 28-15 in the third before preserving the lead in the final period to draw first blood in the best-of-three finals.
Former Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) commandant Retired Admiral Wilfredo Tamayo was charged before the Sandiganbayan in connection with the alleged anomalous purchase of rescue equipment in 2009.
Citing Capitol's monitoring, Tamayo said the prevailing buying price of palay has already dropped to PHP13 a kilo.
An intelligent man full of wit and charm who lived an incredible 93 years, Tamayo was husband to Florencia and father to their children William, Susan, Arnulfo Jr., Jose Glicerio, Rolando, Reynaldo, Enrico B.
Tamayo, the company's SVP, said PLDT widened its lead versus its competitor in the fixed line segment, while Smart's lead in the wireless segment versus its rival continued to grow.
NBI Deputy Director Vicente De Guzman III identified the arrested suspect as Ljubomir Calixterio Tamayo.