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to·man

 (tō-män′)
n.
A gold coin formerly used in Persia worth 10,000 dinars.

[Persian tūmān, from Turkic tümen, unit of ten thousand.]

toman

(təˈmɑːn)
n
(Currencies) a gold coin formerly issued in Persia
[C16: from Persian, of Mongolian origin]
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As the women were now approaching the cliffs, Tomar the warrior suggested that we make our way to the valley before they could intercept us, as they might attempt to detain us and were almost certain to set upon Ajor.
Summary: Bhubaneswar (Odisha) [India], Sept 2 (ANI): The Odisha BJP on Monday submitted a memorandum to Union Agriculture Minister Narender Singh Tomar, urging him to consider a special relief package for coconut farmers, who suffered heavy financial losses due to Cyclone Fani.
The government aims to cover this year as many as 10 crore farmers under the PM-Kisan scheme, wherein they will be given Rs 6,000 annually in three equal instalments, Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said on Friday.
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Aziz Rabbah, Minister of Energy, Mines and Sustainable Development of Kingdom of Morocco held discussions with Mines Minister Narendra Singh Tomar. Tomar also informed the Morocco Minister that the Geological Survey of India is a pioneer exploratory agency in exploration and is willing to assist Morocco in geological mapping and mineral exploration, the statement said adding that a specialized Training Institute of GSI can train the professionals of Morocco.
THE pint- sized village of Malakpur, Uttar Pradesh erupted in euphoria as its son Nitin Tomar became the most expensive player in Pro Kabaddi League history.
In this book, editors Kashyap and Tomar present readers with a collection of articles and essays addressing various aspects of financial market regulations in South Asia and their attendant legal challenges.