Timal

Related to Timal: Tamil, Tamil Tigers

Ti´mal


n.1.(Zool.) The blue titmouse.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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(18.) Tegtmeyer LC, Rust S, van Scherpenzeel M, Ng BG, Losfeld ME, Timal S, Raymond K, He P, Ichikawa M, Veltman J, Huijben K, Shin YS, Sharma V, Adamowicz M, Lammens M, Reunert J, Witten A, Schrapers E, Matthijs G, Jaeken J, Rymen D, Stojkovic T, Laforet P, Petit F, Aumaitre O, Czarnowska E, Piraud M, Podskarbi T, Stanley CA, Matalon R, Burda P, Seyyedi S, Debus V, Socha P, Sykut-Cegielska J, van Spronsen F, de Meirleir L, Vajro P, DeClue T, Ficicioglu C, Wada Y, Wevers RA, Vanderschaeghe D, Callewaert N, Fingerhut R, van Schaftingen E, Freeze HH, Morava E, Lefeber DJ, Marquardt T.
The proposed protocol also showed better performance at op timal relays location, in terms of low BER and high BER-Gain values with the increase in SNR values.
According to official sources, PCRET will soon ini tiate large scale production and marketing of Renewable En ergy and electronic products in the country and will ensure op timal utilization of all available resources and promote cost ef fective indigenous products.
Screening evalua- tions, recommended by ADA guidelines for early detection of diabetes complications were subop- timal at all the PDCs.
2008), and retreat of the animals from otherwise suitable habitats to subop timal zones (Taylor & Knight 2003, Thiel et al.
Timal Patel, parts sales manager, said store personnel learned of Mr.
This was designed to rise and fall with the tides while remaining at anop timal depth for maximum generating efficiency.