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Tiu

A Finnish term for 20 eggs.
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The TIU was formed in 2008 through joint efforts by the ATP and WTA tours, the ITF and the Grand Slam Committee.
Philippines pianist Albert Tiu has been called "an artist of uncommon abilities" by American Record Guide.
The reason the SID of most AA was greater in LTFFSB-LK than in LT-FFSB-CV is that the concentration of TIU is reduced in the low-Kunitz beans compared with the conventional soybeans.
As pain in the mandible kept her away from school during the fall/autumn of 2008, another 4 dental implants were installed in the very narrow alveolar ridge (Nobel Biocare, TiU MKIII 3.
SOS Children's Village, a locally-designed residential complex finished in 2005 by Campbell Tiu Campbell, has a remit to develop stable foster families and reconnect foster children to their siblings and, on occasion, parents.
After El Camino Real took a 20-19 lead in the fourth game, Highlander setter Jerwyn Tiu, all of 5-foot-7, had two huge blocks on 6-foot-7 outside hitter Mikel Duboise, giving Granada Hills control of the game and the match.
The above recollections of Inamba, Tiu and Avusa describe experiences as members of the kuru epidemiological patrols undertaken by European scientists within and beyond the Fore territory during the late 1950s and early 1960s.
The Learning Federation's research (Freebody, Reimann & Tiu, 2008) involving surveys, direct observations and interviews, found that the majority of students enjoyed using ICTs to learn as they are interesting, fun and 'easy to work through'.
Chu YW, Cheung TK, Tung V, Tiu F, Lo J, Lam R, et al.
5Mn capital is owned at 40% by tourism word leader and 5th European carrier TIU group, and at 60% by Moroccan shareholders.
The TIU would collect limited sets of information (228) on airline passengers (229) traveling within and outside of its borders.
Tam and Tiu [9] proposed an explicit correlation for the flow of purely viscous non-Newtonian fluids in ducts of arbitrary cross-section.