Tinmouth


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Tin´mouth`


n.1.(Zool.) The crappie.
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Frenchwoman Michele Mouton very nearly won the World Rally Championship in the 1980s and bike racer Jenny Tinmouth has put in some blistering performances at the Isle of Man TT.
With the recent and consistent findings of high rates of poor mental health in the Western bisexual population (Bostwick, Boyd, Hughes, & McCabe, 2010; Bostwick et al., 2007; Conron, Mimiaga, & Landers, 2010; Eisner, 2013; Hughes, Szalacha, & McNair, 2010; Jorm, Korten, Rodgers, Jacomb, & Christensen, 2002; Koh & Ross, 2006; Leonard et al., 2012; Li, Dobinson, Scheim, & Ross, 2013; Persson, Pfaus, & Ryder, 2015; Pompili et al., 2014; Steele, Ross, Dobinson, Veldhuizen, & Tinmouth, 2009), there has never before been such urgency to gain a deeper understanding of bisexuality.
(4.) Tinmouth J, Kennedy EB, Baron D, Burke M, Feinberg S, Gould M, et al.
Tinmouth, "Open-access colonoscopy in Ontario: associated factors and quality," Canadian Journal of Gastroenterology & Hepatology, vol.
(4.) Weinstein R, Carson JL, Grossman BJ, Kleinman S, Tinmouth AT (2012) Clinical Practice Guide on Red Blood Cell Transfusion.