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tomo

(ˈtɒmɒ)
n
(Physical Geography) NZ a shaft formed by the action of water on limestone or volcanic rock
[Māori]
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The blunder was spotted by Wrexham AFC fan Steff Tomos as he made his way to a match at the club's Racecourse Ground.
His name Tomos came with him from Romania so we kept that for him.
Paquetes de tomos anteriores disponibles * de The Southwestern Naturalist de 1956 a 2004 (Volumenes 149) se venden por US$100 mas US$25 por costos de envio.
DRAWING on the determination which saw him take part in a horseback expedition to Mongolia, Tomos Davies is rallying support for a trust fund set up in memory of a housemate who died tragically on an evening out with friends.
Joshua Hosford, Tomos Davies and Toby May raised funds by competing in Great North Run
Community First Responder Tomos Hughes was first on the scene.
Contenido y Editorial Lumen te regalan cuatro tomos de Mafalda, celebre personaje producto del ingenio del humorista y pensador argentino Joaquin Salvador Lavado "Quino".
Rolant Tomos and Rob Lilford will officially unveil new branding for Tomos a Lilford Brewery that has been designed with funding secured from CRC's Local Food Champions project.
CEREBRAL palsy sufferer Tomos Walters was never expected to walk, let alone debate politics with David Cameron.
The island's football community was stunned at the death of Gaerwen striker Tomos Wyn Roberts in a road tragedy in Llangefni last November.
At this the grief beat out like crows, and Tomos felt
Como se dijo anteriormente, la libreria de Ibarra disponia de 2 000 titulos y 21843 ejemplares, que contados como tomos sueltos arrojaron un total de 25 450 volumenes.