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Tim·mins

 (tĭm′ĭnz)
A city of east-central Ontario, Canada, northeast of Sault Sainte Marie. Settled in the early 1900s, it grew as a mining center.

Tim•mins

(ˈtɪm ɪnz)

n.
a city in E Ontario, in S Canada: gold-mining center. 46,114.
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'Heartless and sadistic' Peter Timmins, 29, raped a woman during a 'brutal, prolonged and entirely degrading" early-hours attack in Manchester's red light district.
Businessman Nathan Bell punched Craig Timmins just once after invited him outside the Fox and Goose pub, in Greets Green Road, West Bromwich, on the evening of April 5 last year.
3 at College Boreal in Timmins. Eligible entrepreneurs will have a chance to propose their business idea, product or service to a panel of investors.
Timmins Gold has agreed to buy the complete process plant and select auxiliary equipment used in the operation of Goldcorp's El Sauzal mine in Chihuahua, Mexico for relocation to Timmins' Ana Paula project, currently being developed in Guerrero, Mexico.
Timmins Gold has inked a deal to buy Newstrike for C$140m ($113m) to form a Mexico-focused gold mining company.
International Resource News-December 19, 2014--Goldgroup Mining to sell 100 percent interest in Caballo Blanco Project to Timmins Gold
The board of US gold miner Capital Gold (AMEX:CGC) on Thursday said it continues to back the takeover offer from Canadian sector player Gammon Gold (NYSE:GRS) against the improved unsolicited rival bid from Timmins Gold (CVE:TMM), after considering both revised proposals.
Paul Timmins was spotted driving with a tyre missing and when a police car overtook him a second tyre came off.
This brings me to Geoffrey Timmins's very interesting essay on "The Future of Learning and Teaching in Social History: The Research Approach and Employability." As the title suggests, Timmins's article is largely programmatic rather than descriptive; it is about setting an agenda for us as educators rather than describing our current practice.
An Anglican church representative--Esther Wesley, co-ordinator of the national Indigenous Healing Fund--returned to a city she knows well, Timmins, Ont., to participate in a sombre service Dec.
Unemployed Steven Timmins, 29, left three police officers in his wake as he burst through a safety gate on to the field.
Fine Gael TD Billy Timmins said the accident was not his fault but admitted: "I was involved in an unfortunate accident when a pedestrian was injured.