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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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Unforgettably fond memories of Tom Toman are treasured by all.
Quienes toman edulcorantes de forma sistematica suelen ser personas preocupadas por su peso y, salvo casos patologicos como puedan ser los de anorexia, dicha preocupacion viene impuesta porque se cuenta ya de partida con un sobrepeso considerable.
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