tombak


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Noun1.tombak - an alloy of copper and zinc (and sometimes arsenic) used to imitate gold in cheap jewelry and for gildingtombak - an alloy of copper and zinc (and sometimes arsenic) used to imitate gold in cheap jewelry and for gilding
alloy, metal - a mixture containing two or more metallic elements or metallic and nonmetallic elements usually fused together or dissolving into each other when molten; "brass is an alloy of zinc and copper"
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The MoU on carrying the feasibility studies for implementing Iran LNG project, an LNG plant under development at Tombak Port in south Iran was signed between managing director of National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) Ali Kardor and Miller.
The selling price, excluding VAT, for cupboard tombak, including the presentation brochure is 100 lei.
Romeo claims that he has been playing the Tombak (an originally Iranian drum) instead of a European musical instrument, near Juliet's balcony.
As a result, Asalouyeh and Tombak ports, some 270 and 220 kilometers south east of Bushehr respectively, have been selected as locations for the construction of onshore installations of the phased development of the field.
The Iranian Labor News Agency (ILNA) reported that the world-renown kamancheh player and musician is being accompanied on this tour by the Rah-e Rouh music group as well as Navid Afghah on tombak, Ali Bahramyfard on santur and Hadi Azarpira on the tar.
Tombak, "Soviet Encryption Algorithm", University of Wollongong, Department of Computing Science, 1994.
2007 LNG Tanks at Tombak Port Contract to build three LNG tanks at Tombak, 30 miles north of Assaluyeh Port.
59) Ibid at 261-62; Mihkel Tombak, "A Commentary On: Competing Theories Of the Firm and Their Role In Canadian Business Law" in Anand & Flanagan, supra note 2,76 at 76.
5mn-tonne-a-year facility known as Iran LNG, at Tombak near the Gulf port of Assaluyeh.
Research on the game theory of auctions has focused primarily on two models: the independent private value (IPV) model (Vickrey 1961; Tombak and Wang 2005) and the common value (CV) model (Wilson 1967, 1969).
Taylor, Yair Tedds, Lindsay Telyukova, Irina Temple, Jonathan Tenreyro, Silvana Thakor, Anjan Thompson, Peter Tille, Cedric Tombak, Mihkel Tonsor, Glynn Torgler.