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Tilla

A former currency super-division in Afghanistan. One tilla was worth 10 Afghan rupees.
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Tenders are invited for Repairng Work Of G Type H Type I Type Qtr At Tillar Colony Agar Distt Agar Malwa Mp
Concerning selection of an academic major, Tillar and Hutchins (1979) stated that the majority of college students, particularly 1st- and 2nd-year students, typically lack the knowledge and experience required to proficiently execute a decision concerning their choice of major.
Hewlett Packard (HP), the world's largest technology company, is designing a vendor-neutral technology infrastructure that will, as Tom Tillar, HP Principal for WPC, describes, "support one of the smartest and technologically advanced buildings ever developed.
Groomsmen were Rich Kraft of Cumming, Georgia, brother of the bride; Brandon Phillips of Douglas, Georgia; Brock Goodwin of Columbus, Ohio; and Jeff Felts of Tillar, Arkansas.
His daughter Brenda Dingle, 85, granddaughter Tillar Dingle and great-grandson Fergus Dingle returned to the store in London Road.
His daughter Brenda Dingle, 85, grandaughter Tillar Dingle and great-grandson, Fergus Dingle, returned to the store in London Road to see where it all began.
She married Arnold Smart on March 17, 1940, in Tillar, Ark.
The previous conference center, which was built in the 1960s, also functioned as a hotel but on a much smaller scale, says Tom Tillar, VP of Alumni Relations at Virginia Tech.
An incident at Tillar airstrip, Arkansas that saw two people shot and two others taken hostage by a gunman ended on the evening of 22 June with no further injuries.
Tillar is the executive director of the American Institute of Plant Engineers.
NuGrowth CEO Greg Tillar explained the decision to purchase SIS was grounded in their day-to-day work with the SIS product and people.