toom


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toom

(tuːm; tʊm)
vb (tr)
to empty (something)
adj
empty
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Why, there be scores of these laybeds that be toom as old Dun's `baccabox on Friday night.
MEP Yana Toom, who is also a member of the board of Center, announced on Friday that she has decided not to go to the fall municipal elections with a separate list from Center Party's.
Alongside Finland's educational reform in the 1970s, Finns began to view teacher education as a means of national education (Niemi, Toom, & Kallioniemi, 2012).
Critical reflection as a study of self includes one's culture, histories, worldview, and lived experiences that impact one's personal knowledge and professional practice (Husu, Toom, & Patrikainan, 2008).
So it was not surprising when the 14-member cue sports team and a few others, including table tennis players, were fretting and fuming after a long haul that toom them from New Delhi to Bangkok to Hong Kong to Guangzhou -- consuming nearly 20 hours before checking into the Games Village late on Tuesday night.
toom matalab nikhalooikyet jagoo maal-haal huusi dooikyei kom too Gulam Diin-se mistuk thee diset waleen.
During the last two decades, three small ESL dictionaries have been written (Toom 1988, 1990; Kivisild and Toom 1990); they contain approximately 700 signs that form the basic vocabulary of ESL.
Four teams are tied for third place after an entertaining opening round that saw the host nation, represented by duo of Martin Toom and Mark Suursalu, produce a thrilling 67 to join the Finnish team of Toni Karjalainen and Juha-Pekka Peltomaki, the Portuguese pairing of Jose-Filipe Lima and Antonio Sobrinho and Austrians Michael A Moser and Christophe Bausek on five under.
Ahlam was welcomed on stage to the rhythm of her song "Aghla Insan" (The Most Precious Person) and then sang "Asak Bkhair" (Hope You Are Doing Well), written by Fahed Al Toom and composed by Muhammad Bodalih.
The first rule in Test cricket is always to do what the opposition like least, and England wanted to re-group in the dressing toom, but the Kiwis did what batsmen invariably do and scuttled off.
First and foremost, TOOM is a "way of thinking" about the role and specific use of every piece of information in the system.
Woudenberg, ([dagger]) Robert Roosendaal, ([dagger]) Alex van Belkum, ([double dagger]) Nicole Lemmens-den Toom, ([double dagger]) Carlo Verhulst, ([section]) Peter H.