Toda


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Noun1.Toda - a member of a pastoral people living in the Nilgiri Hills of southern IndiaToda - a member of a pastoral people living in the Nilgiri Hills of southern India
Dravidian - a member of one of the aboriginal races of India (pushed south by Caucasians and now mixed with them)
2.Toda - the Dravidian language spoken by the Toda in southern IndiaToda - the Dravidian language spoken by the Toda in southern India
South Dravidian - a Dravidian language spoken primarily in southern India
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The shortest is number 8, entitled "Musings from the Armchair: Stephen Tyler on Toda Social Organization" (1990), which is a very sharp, not to say virulent, attack on Tyler's review of Walker's book, The Toda of South India (1986).
"Jannas has an amazing way of putting the right people together," says Toda. "By bringing in artists of a certain caliber to teach New York City schoolteachers, she builds [the teachers'] confidence and knowledge of dance, and has affected, in a huge way, how they teach all day long."
En toda America Latina, Sterling trabaja con un creciente numero de socios de canal, entre ellos Terra Networks en Mexico, ENIAC en Venezuela y Puerto Rico, las "Cinco Grandes" firmas de contabilidad y varios integradores de soluciones en los once paises de America Latina donde Sterling Commerce ofrece su software y servicios.
According to the indictment, Yamanaka received some 7.3 million yen for leaking to Toda the city's target price for the library construction in August 1999.
The prosecutors also arrested five others on similar suspicion and searched Toda headquarters in Tokyo, Yamanaka's home in Shimotsuma and the city government building for evidence.
Reasons for earlier fascination with the Toda were partially aesthetic, but had more to do with the co-existence in their society of polyandry, polygyny, cicisbeism, the bow-and-arrow paternity ceremony, and marriage by capture; and above all the extremely rich and elaborate dairy ritual.
Although some Japanese people can be guarded and reticent, Toda managed to elicit candid and revealing remarks from the two who gave their full support and cooperation to the docu-the best picture winner in the Independent Japanese Cinema category of last year's Tokyo International Film Festival.
For his part, Toda Kogyo's president, Tadashi Kubota, said that the JV would create synergies that would result in better product development, quality, productivity and supply capacity.