Tamkin


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Tam´kin


n.1.A tampion.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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When Buzzfeed cut 200 jobs in January, 29-year-old Emily Tamkin was let go from a position she had held for just a few months.
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He has also been a board member of several government institutions including the Education Evaluation Commission, Tamkin Technologies, the General Authority for Statistics, the Technical and Vocational Training Corporation, and the Public Transport Authority.
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Ali Tamkin Butt, Deputy Director, TDAP informed that the percentage share of Pakistan's exports of sports goods and surgical instruments in the South Korean market stands at 1.
While briefing the meeting, Ali Tamkin Butt, deputy director TDAP, informed that the percentage share of Pakistan's exports of sports goods and surgical instruments in the South Korean market stands at 1.7% and 0.2% which are quite low.
Tamkin Khalilov and Samad Garalov were appointed to their posts, respectively.
Rader's Grand Rounds, held at the Tamkin Auditorium of the Ronald Reagan-UCLA Medical Center, was to convince physicians that knowing how to care for patients with autism and I/DD in general is a "sexy" talent--to inspire them to overcome barriers of stigma, to show respect for these patients, to learn practical aspects of caring for special patients and to know if, when, and how care should be handled differently.
(1) At the time, fresh off creating the intense, passionate, excessive eponymous characters of Augie March and Henderson (plus Tamkin, Bummidge, Basteshaw, Dahfu, and others), Bellow was keen to take on theorizing critics and professors who missed the primacy of character and by extension the primacy of emotion in great fiction.
(32.) Emily Tamkin and Robbie Gramer, "Why Did Several Arab Countries Suddenly Cut Ties with Qatar?" (June 5, 2017), retrieved from http://foreignpolicy.com/2017/06/05/why-did-several-arab-countries-suddenly-cut-ties-with-qatar/.
The awards were given to women leaders including PML-N MPAs Tamkin Akhyer Niazi, Shazia Kamran Khan, Natasha Daultana (PPP), Xari Jalil (Dawn), Dr Nosheena Saleem, Director Institute of Communication Studies, Punjab University, Rabia Tahir (PTI), sportswomen Twinkle Sohail, Sybil Sohail, Syeda Amna Mukhtar and Mehwish and Esha (C42).